Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 4
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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Maynard News Volume I, Number 7 Maynard circles will Be meeting during July M.WNAlil) Mrs. Jack Tho;n ;is :m i Mi-. ('h;irlc- Rcchkcmir.c: v,::l have < har^c nf the pto- ; i \vh >-n I.adio* Aid S:ci- . iy >•.:<•,•<• a: l!n- St. Paul's I.u- ',( : ai > htit . :•. Tlniivday aftt r- i .i .) 1 \ II ' ):l ! tie M 'lvm;; cum.'!!.•!•< • ;•. :i! hi• Mr- Kai ] .hnias. Mix .1,1 Waniki-. Mrs. Ilda K.-pi. .uid Mi- W..J1 .I.--' Stoff.'n Mis F.. ilk I. >rka :d and Mrs. i,a . i• ii i .m ka: .1 m.ikt- up the : !• w« . »:n :»i :Ui «• for thr month. C '.i -. i... t.f 'he W. S. C S will •t!i-<: 'in 'i'hiii .-day, July (!. as f.d- . 'w - H n'l a: ;:.r Maynard park .-• . n . v. ,t ; , a picnic dinner at : M.::. K.-:!HV £i»up with Mrs. ' . ,\ i i.i ' ai lhi' afternoon; Mar, w, :..(..,;• v, i ;a Mrs. H< His Wind. ... in the afti J tie • tl. Th- X.»..t:i . ai 'lc will meet in :•.<• • v. n:n- July 10 with Mrs. l >av :d l 'ai -a .ii- Ti.i re '.>.'ill oc no meeting of !:ic <'»i lit i ••• Ka.-irin Star in July. Tia I,., in..- (.'i nictury associate;) v.-il) )i Id its annual picnic K:.i !;.y. Jaly 7. at the home of Mix M;ni;a- Unless. The dinner '.vii'i U- 'ndlowcd by tin ic<;- ;i!.,.- fi•;-j f i • -.-- nieetiny and social hour. The July meeting of the American l.ifiinii auxiliary will be at tile L'omniunitv hall, Tuesday, July II. Mrs. John Tluelc and Mrs. William Eldridge will present the lesson on "God's Word — Our Word" when the Women's Society of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church. Wednesday afternoon. July 12. On the hostess committee arc Mrs Henry Kuper, Mrs. Lee Candco, Mrs. George Carley, Mrs. Kunald Brunei- and Stelia Knight. Thursday, July 6, 1961 .-ippii.ocimately 10 ton of rocks which had been brought to the Nifiiri' w/ien <•< bulldozer and crader weie used to level the southwest corner of the grounds. '1 /lis lock was part of the foundation of a large barn that had . nee slood on this ground. The .seeding will he done later in the season. Iowa editor to head Technical journalism Department at I.S.U. (.'.ill Hamilton, editor of llardm County Times and Fall; Citizen, will beci.tne ui the technical journalism paitnii'iit at Iowa State the Iowa head de- university. Ames. January 1, 1902. His appointment was announced la.-t week by President James li. Hilton after the State Board oi 1 ,'egents approved the appointment in its meeting at Iowa City. Hamilton will succeed Kenneth It. Marvin, who will relinquish his administrative duties July 1. Maivin has headed the department since 1945. James W. Schwartz, ns:v:ciate pri fessor, will serve as acting head of the department from July 1 through December 31. Hamilton, wdio will hold the rank of professor, was born in May, 1914, in Carroll t.:unty. His parents now live in Jefferson. Hamilton was graduated from Improvements are being made on Baseball diamond in Maynard LOCALS The children of Mr. and Mrs. Maui in Hui'd, and several ether neighbor children are enjoying the new swimming pool which the Hurds recently built in their back yard. The pool is 40 x JO teet and five and one half teet at the deepest point. A creamery truck was used to fill the pool and chlorine was added. Future plans include enclosing it .-con with a fence. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sykes and Janet attended a family reunion at the Oelwein park Thursday, June 20, in observance of the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Engel, of Delhi. Mrs. Sykes and Mrs. Engel are sisters. Mrs. Sam Holmes, Mrs. Lois Sorg and Mrs. Earl Foss were in Sioux City the past week to attend the Missicn School and Christian Service of the North Iowa Conference of the Methodist church. Mrs. Lillian Bartels and daughter Fern, of Alexandria, Va., and Mrs. Ruth Bartels of Oelwein, were Friday visitors of Mrs. Wilma Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foss spent part of the Fourth of July weekend with their daughter, Mrs. Richard Otto, and family, at Burlington, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Max Piatt and children ,of Borger, Texas, came Saturday, June 24, for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Glew and family attended the Brause family reunion, held at Brandon, Sunday, June 25. Ray Wood, who has been driving a transport out of Dubuque for the Farm Service Co., for the past two and one-half years, has been transferred to Hudson, where he will hold a similar job out of Des Moines for the same company. The family will continue its residence in Maynard. Mrs. James Wood and baby, of Dubuque, came Saturday, June 24, to spend two weeks with her MAYNARD The baseball diamond in the Maynard park, and the grounds surrounding it, are being improved and new equipment added in preparation for upcoming games. Three strings of tile (500) were laid last week by Harold Steegc, Herbert Meyer, Leslie Cushion and Aaron Schlegel, using Gerhard Stecge's tiling machine. Low spots on the diamond were raised with 17 loads of fill dirt furnished by Prn Simpson and hauled by Leo Anderson. This was covered with seven loads of black dirl. The leveling was done by Gushing, using the town grader. The grass seed for the outer area, furnished by the Maynard Cooperative, and the fertilizer, furnished by the Farm Service Co., was spread by Willard Guritz, using his lime truck. A new backstop is being installed by the softball learn, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Woods, and with relatives in Oelwein while her husband is attending a two-weeks training period in the Active Army Reserves at Camp McCoy, LaCnasse, Wis. the bleachers will be furnished by the West Central school. All labor and use of necessary equipment were donated, as was till materials except the tile and black dirt. Cub Scouts meet MAYNARD - At this week's meeting of Den .'i. Hack 74. of the Cub Scouts, held in the yard of the Den Mother, Mrs. Tom Sam- tielson. Robert Carlsen led the group in the flag ceremony. After listing achievements that have been completed on the achievement scfoli, the group collected insects in the Mavnurd park. The Rev. Carl R. "Carlson then demonstrated how insects are stripped or prepared for mounting. Ray Paul told of his recent fishing trip, which was followed by the closing ceremony and trcets. Bobby Vorhees, of Sumner, was a guest of the group. At the next meeting the insects will be mounted as a permanent display collection. Free copy of mystery Farm picture to owner For making identification The picture above was taken .of a farm somewhere in Fayette county, in the vicinity of the town "of Fayette. The mystery farm pictures are r* series sponsored by the Faye .to Leader frr the interest of its many readcrn. If the owner of the farm pictured above will stop in at the Leader office he will receive free of charge a 5 x 7 glossy print of the picture. There is nofcing to buy. All that is asked of the owner is a little information so that the farm picture may he identified for the public the following week. D. C, in 1938. During the war years, he was assistant to Secretary of Agriculture, Claude R. Wickard. He also served as an assistant administrator of tht Rural Electrification Administration in Washington. Since 1948, Hamilton has been editor of the Iowa Falls weeklies. He has served as a member of the Governor's Committee on Reapportionment, the Governor's Committee of 100 and the Iowa State University Agricultural Foundation. Both Hamilton and Marvin were honored this year by the Iowa Press association. Hamilton received <'i Master Editor - Publisher award and Maivin was cited for outstanding service to the profession. The new department head received the "Bent Cane Award" from the Des Moines Press and Radio club for his outstanding contribution to low.i journalism in 1955. Mrs. Hamilton, the former Ruth Farnham, holds bachelor's and master's degrees from Iowa State university. The Hamiltons have four children — two sons in iiign school, another who will enter Cornell college this fall and a daughter who is a senior at Grinnell college. Marvin has served more than 30 years on the Iowa Stale staff, and has been the technical journalism department since 1934. He was co-publisher of the Marengo Pioneer - Republican and Blairstown Press from 1927 - 30 and was managing editor of the Albia Union - Republican and Monroe Countv News ftom 193034. Page 4 July 6. 1361 Fayette Leader Fayette, Iowa Wolves Seven wolves were killed recently by Ken Kaster of near Moravia. The Kaster hounds caught an old wolf and the young were dug out of a den nearby. The Kasters returned to the spot later where the other old wolf was caught. BERNS ALL PURPOSE 20 inch 3 - Speed FAN $20 95 5 Year Guarantee HAMILTON HARDWARE Phone 46 Maynard, Iowa CARL HAMILTON Prepare little league Park for seeding MAYNARD — Between 35 and 40 men and boys from town and country met at the Little Leaguers' park area Thursday afternoon to prepare the ground for seeding. Tractors, loaders and trucks furnished by Leo Anderson, Spahn and Rose Lumber Co., Ray Wolfe, James Hamilton, and the town were used to haul out Glidden high school in 1931 and from Iowa State university with a B.S. degree in agricultural journalism in 1936. At Iowa State, he was a member of Cardinal Key and Cardinal Guild, and president of the junior class. In 1937, he edited several Iowa State university publications and was advertising manager for the Iowa Falls Citizen. He joined the information staff of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration in Washington, CUTS WASTE AND SAVES YOU MONEY Slop wasting materials by on-the-job mixing! Tell ui your specifications and we'll deliver the right amount of the right concrete mix to your job. Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" Duane Slauson, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS STRENGTHEN AMERICA'S PEACE POWER I Buy U.S. -.^-SAVINGS ,JPftfcONDS • Q m ' *\fti^ <S ^LS YOU* SHAM IN A MI RICA . COMPLETE PROCESSING FOR YOUR FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, Iowa FELC0 COOPERATION MEANS A BETTER !IFE FOR YOU Joining together with 150,000 farmers to keep costs do.... . . . that's Felco cooperation, ft enables you to buy live '.lock and poultry feeds . , . fertilizers . . . chemicals . . . seed . . . and other supplies at a very reasonable cost. ! enables you to produce your farm commodities at a lovw cost... allowing you .i bigger margin ... so you can alTo; a better life for you and your family. Join with your nciy: ours . . . your friends and use all Felco products availa' only through your local Felco member cooperative. CONTACT... Maynard Co-op Co. Phone 36 MAYNARD, IOWA Now...for the first time you can... dicy clothes with natural gas Thrifty, dependable natural gas is the ideal fuel for drying your clothes. It does the job for about half the cost of other fuels. And it does the job faster. Modern, automatic natural gas has taken so much of the work out of wash days. No more lifting, carrying, hanging, taking down. Your natural gas dryer does all this for you automatically at a turn of the dial. Today's automatic controls let you dry everything in your gas dryer... from heavy work clothes to the sheerest blouses. Use your gas dryer for wash- and-wear and other new synthetic fabrics; Abundant, economical natural gas is now ready to make your wash day easier. Plan today to convert — and put natural gas to work in your home. Start living in the modern manner — automatically- -' AU natural gas. with PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatr e - Clifford Haye., Mgr. ^ Ph^ 266 LIVE MODERN...FOR LESS...WITH NATURALQ iMiljnHWnil

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