Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

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Thursday, July 27, 1961
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Maynard News Sfhi-ader. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald spent the day with her son, Mrs. Arthur Schlep, Renee and uans Mr. and Mrs. Wayne But- Ralph and family. Mr. Hocpf- Ricky, arc visiting relatives in Mr. and Mrs. Donald nor, Mr. Briggs and Mrs. Nading California ' FS< a T! MrS ' Ray drOVC CnVS ' Mr3 ' F1 ^ d Nadin * and G l°™ •,'f • 1- MrV i w £ ^"?f cr Mr ' nnd Mrs> Frank Edm « n ds will accompany her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Nadin^ ™* ™™' and Mikc ynch were , . Friday Arthur Everett and Dick of Vol- Volume I, Number 9 Thursday, July 27, 1961 New disposal plant to Be built at Maynard MAYNARD - The toard of will inn-ease .xpemhlm..* f,,, , education of the West Central custodian. mjijtit...s .•„,<! supplies Community schools has award- by S8.8IM. Another proposed med contracts for the construe- crease is for S-1,000 for f ; ,ciillv tion of a lagoon type sewage dis- members. pDsal plant for the buildings at A third area of inert-isc is for Mrs Huth Shadle. Maynard. Total amount of the the improvement of C-ie science contracts is $6,708.03. laboratory and i- f |tii,.-,iu-nt. Tin- Maynard old-timers will provide the entertainment, his parents in Maynaxl. ,m<l with The Kehekah gi'ikl will meet her mother, Mrs, Nclda liu-'uni- thi 1 same afternoon with Mrs. .son, Oelwein, during Hi it p-t •,<>(!. (Jlen Mittelstadt. The lesson The Maynard fin- ilr;>;u ti iu m .study will hi' led by Mrs. Ernest was called to the Hrini.iii (;,nl- Peasley. This nuilcl will provide ow residence about li:.i.> ;i . ,,, the flowers for the church serv- Saturday. July 21!, wT.eiv tin- ii'i'.s during August. chimney was on fire. Tii»v Mrs. John Inge Is will be host- cceded in putting i-ut liic ess to the Eve guild on Monday before serious damage •v.i; evening. Aug. 28. The devotions will he led l>v Mrs. James Oland the lesson study by /^flfo^j M.Y.F. will have evening meeting. u , M t , f •• the pi 0et to-rfh-r The 40th annual awarded the contract for exca- National Defense ^ducalii.n Sci- rlan get ' to g«n e r of thc Rand alia Methodist church vating approximately 4,741 cu- fnce proRram at a cost of $1:1,. MAYNARU — Plans are un- will be held August 0. Sunday bic yards and constructing the 342.91. The school will be re- dor w;lv fm . tno o , d Timers Q school will be at 10 a . „,. :I ,K| (liffc , clU lagoon for $1,721.31. The Ameri- imburscd later bj the federal can Cast Iron Pipe Co. received government f,:r one-half of this the contract for 600 feet of four amount. inch water pipe at a cost of — $990.93. Two immersible pumps Circles, clubs plan and lift station equipment will »« • . be purchased from the Munici- Meeting in August pal Service and Supply Co for MAYNARD — The first nvet- schedulod ToKethei Sunday, Aug. 13. 1 . ., „ . .. church services at 11 at the Community hall pot ]uck dinnc ,. wi ,, Dinner will at 12:30. The aftemn Moepfner. Tin I'harue of the The Center Do-H-Best 4-H chib met Tuisday with Martha Heitzman. Gloria Uohbs and Martha 1 ( ] won fii-si in junior division with "' their demonstration uf "Beat the '"'" lieal with a frosty treat." Other demonstrations were "Smile and say cheese cake" by Marilyn Kaune and Mary Jo Nabhol/.; "Hey, Mom! What's to eat?" by Sandra limit/ and Wilma McBride. Strawberry milk shake and egg nog, Margaret Sullivan and Joyce Hall; making muffins, Nadine and Joann Ward. In the senior division Sheila and Emily Sullivan won with ways to fix milk. Lois visiting with his brother, Lee Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur, JelJings, accompanied his bro- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchctt Iher Walter to his h;me in Del- and Charles McBride attended wc-in, Sunday, for a visit. the funeral of Jim Antwinc at Mrs. Pearl Nad ing, Mr. and Arlington, Sunday afternoon. m. a. m. A higels of Maynard was the judge, be served ;.) () rothye Busehing, home ccono- " ....... '•" '""" '"• " num W1 " at ".-JO. ™ e altenuKm meetinu mist Mrs Marvin Ineuls county .- served at the hall by the Am- will begin at 2 p. n, !', elude by , hjli ;. miln . M r T Howa'd Sullivan -M-ican Lotfy-n auxiliary at noon. Mrs. Leon Matson, prayer, a min- ;md Ml , s . Cha ,., cs McBridc were I his will be the sixth meeting ister. Business meeling and el- of sons and dai-shlcrs. grandsons ection of officers. und granddaughters, and some- Committees appointed are: great grandchildren of Nominating, Mr. arid Mrs. Harold tunes Achievement Day will be August 7 at 7:30 p. m. in the church «ii» frnm iha Vin^on* rM« n j i li f A •—," " f " • .' °-—----—--- — -- IIVJI.IIIIUIIIIB, urn. uuu mi--,, luuimi social i> .om. Everyone is invit- tile from the Vincent Clay Prod- leties for August is that of the former residents of the Maynard Ashby Mr. and Mrs Dale Gor ed ucts Co. for $322.56; and the In- Naomi circle of the W. S. C. S «'-ea. They usually represent don and Mrs Ruth Whiteford' vr r°i gamels Plumbing and Heating, which will meet at the Twin several states. A short program registration Mis Fred B-u-on w u ,,"' , * n Dunkerton, will receive 81,122 for Bridges park Tuesday, Aug. 1, for is beim; arranged by the officers: Mrs Carrie Taicott Mrs Dick ""ended the laying drainage tile, sewer pipe a picnic beginning at 6:30 p. m. Walter Warnko, president; Herb- Vargason; reception, Mr and ' " erl Malven, vice president; and Mrs. Clai'r ClaxUm, Mr. 'and Mis Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer, sccre- Deane Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading; flowers for church camp at Council Bluffs last week. and water pipe. On Wednesday, Aug. 2. lh- The contract for sewer pipe Helping Hand society will meet has not been let as of now. The at the United Presbyterian estimated cost is $826. Work church at 1.30 p. m. "Freedom to must be completed before the Believe" is the topic for discus f 0 f A 1 S new elementary school gym ad- sion with Mrs. John Ingels a.; dition can be put into operation, leader. Hostesses will be Mrs. rKl . Grimes home of Mrs Geo- in Waterloo were and tables, Mrs, Hen Turner and Mrs Kenneth N-vdinii Mrs Ron '- ' Tu -ner Mrs Alex Guenthe • M,s Gene Wilbur Mr" Lee Mix David WellV Billv " " cil Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Donald companicd them to Waterloo and Mrs. Vern Arthur; ushers, Floyd Hack, Junior .. . .__ _. Mr. and Mrs. Lee A. Candee Bronn', Frank Thyer and David The lagcon and disposal plant John McKoon, Mrs. Floyd Simp- left Thursday, July 20, on a 30- Wells; afternoon play supervis- an(1 Cynthia Mrs Delmar Sorgo Will- be located south of the son and Mrs. Henry Gamier. days vacation trip through south- ors, Sandra Bronn. Marjoric Dav- Darwin and Dennis Mrs' Grrdori school buildings on 10.6 acres of The Ladies' Aid Society will <--rn Canada, the western states is, Judy Claxton and Mary Estel; Trewin Mrs Taylor Brigcs Mrs land purchased from Mrs. Orrin meet at the St. Paul's Lulhn-an "'id to Los Angeles, Calif. They neon coffee, Mrs. Bruce'Varga- p e te Hoepfner and from Water- Sewell for $500 per acre. church, Thursday afternoon, Aug. were accompanied by her sis- son, Mrs. Fred Finch; kitchen i () o Mrs. Robert Odekirk 'and No objections were recorded 3 ' witn Ml ' s - Earl Judas and Mrs. tt-'r, Dorothy Ashbaugh of Los icmmittee, Mrs, Frank Thyer, ^j rs Hugh Mabon. They visUed to. the proposed school budget of Marjorie Morit/ in charge of 'he Angeles, who had spent a week Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett, the museum at 1 p m. and then $324,711 for 1961-62 when the program. On the serving com- in their home. Mrs. Herman Hoepfner, Mrs. returned to thc Grimes home and board held its hearing on Wed- mittee will DC Mrs. John Gun- „ p Tl .. 10Q , ,, n , 4 . Floyd Hack, Mr. and Mrs. Harold pi;,ved bunco at three tables. nesday, July 19. Of this am- tenbein, Mrs. Ernest Oltrogge, w p> ,' , ^ sd h , 1^-itzman, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Mrs Guenther received high ount $304,846 is ibr the general Mrs. Richard Reinke and Mrs. .J c^".VY, ?'Y'"oo Lr w»«? Cockorham ' Mrs! Odekirk low and Mrs. Wil- fund and $19,865 for the paying Gladys Buenneke. On the flow- York Pi v whntp ho wi 1 n S Dinin S ™ om - Mr. ""<< Mi 's- Co- bur bunco. Mrs Ted Lenius ac- off of bonds. This is an increase e '' committee for thc month will of $19,380 over the 1960-61 bud- be Mrs. Herman J. Brandt ,-ind get of $305,324 of which only Ml ' s - J- W. Judas. $286,882.97 was used list year. °n Thursday afternoon, Aug. The new budget will call for 3 > Mrs. Kenneth Gray will enter- , an estimated tax rate of $40.46 tain the Ruth circle of the eln edu «tors from per $1,000 of taxable value of W.S.C.S.; Mrs. Jesse Luloff, the property which is about $1.50 per Martha circle; and Mrs. Leo Cole$1;000 above last year. This is mar >. Westgate, the Esther circle. a tax rate of $37.57 per $1,000 for The Ladies' Cemetery associa- are announcing the birth of their the general fund and S2.89 for tion wil1 hold its regular meeting fi rs t grandchild at the Manchest- the bond fund. » n the home of Mrs. Charles e r hospital, Wednesday, July 19. The largest increase was in the Barnholt, Friday afternoon, Aug. Kimberley Kay, eight pounds and area of operation of the plant. 4 - Assisting hostesses will be seven ounces, is the daughter of The opening of the new building Mrs. Blanche Perry, Mrs. Nell Mr. and Mrs. Dean Odekirk o£ ' ••' Gray, Mrs. Albert Betz, Mrs. Lament. Faye Cummings and Mrs. Ida Alert youth Saves Lehniger. Mrs. Oscar C. Miehe returned n^v»L C~.~ £!..«... The Order of Eastern Star will f rom Rochester, Minn., Wednes- oromer rrom names hold its annual p i cn i c at tne e ut sc OU.M -pueqsnq jaq qjtM MAYNARD —Roger Moorlock, Maynard park on Sunday, Aug. 6. day, July 19, where she had been 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon The regular meeting of the hospital there. She reports his Eudey who live southeast of American Legion auxiliary will condition much improved at that Maynard, was saved from a more be at the Community hall, Tues- time. serious, accident Wednesday, July day evening, Aug. 8. _,. ]q ,. prnrillqtin ., _,„,, 1$ by the quick thinking of his The Women's Society of Chris- The 19bl 8 raduatin g class brother, James, 17. tian Service will meet at the Em- According to Eudey, Roger was manuel Methodist church, Wed- pouring dissel fuel from a con- nesday afternoon, Aug. 9. WHOLESALE Feeds and Ingredients CUSTOMIZED FEEDS CWT. viding Quality Education in Rural Areas" at Columbus University. He was one of 25 mid-west- states invited to participate in this ial Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Odekirk CUSTOM COMBINING With New Machinery OATS - BEANS - CORN Contact LA VERNE VANDERSEE Rural Route Fayette EARL FOSS IMPLEMENT Maynard, Iowa 16% Pig Starter - Grower $3.75 14% Pig Grower 3.45 12% Hog Finisher 2.95 15% Sow Feed 3.00 16%, All Mash Layer 3.35 14% Dairy Feed 3.20 INGREDIENTS CWT. TON O. P. Soybean Meal $4.60 $90.00 Solvenft Soybean Meal 4.35 86.00 Cottonseed Meal 4.20 82.00 60% Tankage 5.50 108.00 50% Meat Scraps 5.60 110.00 50% Protein Blend 5.35 105.00 Steamed Bone Meal 5.75 114.00 Wheat Middlings 2.50 50.00 Wheat Bran 2.40 48.00 Dehyd. Alfalfa Meal 2.80 54.00 ALL PRICES F.O.B. FAYETTE Terms, Net Cash. Prices Effective to Aug. 3 NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Phono 145 — Fayelte, Iowa Mrs. graduating the Maynard Consolidated school held its 10-year class reunion Sunday, July 23, at the Oelwein tadner that morning when the Homer Bunn and Mrs. Harold park beginning with a picnic exploded sending flames Arthur will present the lesson on J'™^ ^^toTwere ^"5^1 onto his clothing. As he ran "A Council of Churches". On the Mrs clifford , Fox Oelwein and from the> scene his brother, who hostess committee will be Mrs. R ,' t Mahonev ' Clarion ' was in the barn about 200 feet Kenneth Gray, Mrs. Jerry Breh- Robert Mahone y' ^*™ n away, heard his screams and me, Mrs. Raymond Calhoun, Mrs. James Wood, son of Mr. and ran to his aid. When he caught Ted Bodley, Mrs. David Parsons Mrs. Ray Wood, who has been laV with Roger he knocked him and Mrs. Elmer Reick. living in Dubuque while atttnd- dqwn and pulled the burning The Deborah guild of thc Help- ing the University of Dubuque, clothing from him. ing H-and society will meet Wed- is now taking a four weeks tiain- ftoger was "then rushed to the nesday afternoon, Aug. 16, with ing course in Des Moines pre- Ottwein hospital where he was Mrs. Faye Cummings. Mrs. Ed paratory to going into credit triibtedrfor third degree burns on W. Meyer will lead the lesson work for the U. S. government. "" Ieftc4eg. study and Mrs. Robert Ponsar His wife and baby will stay with JULY CLEARANCE SALE STILL IN PROGRESS CANVAS WEAR SPORT SHOES LADIES MEN'S • Reg. $3.95 and $4.95 Reg. $5.98 and $6.45 $2 M NOW $3" SUMMER HATS PRICE NOW 2O% Discount ON SUMMER SPORT WEAR Short* Sleeveless Blouses Summer Dresses 01 Men's & Boys' Bermudas Men's Short Sleeve Shirts Men's Knit Shirts Children's Bathing Suits -Ladies Sleeveless Dresses Children'* Sun Dresses WHITE FLAT SHOES $1 OFF OPEN SATURDAY NIGHTS MAURERS SHOES AND CLOTHING 97* • ''HPttM^v T r* $fr»?rJMfr* ' : %i«8MSJ '*' • • 'ffft*'^ For preplant applications ahead of corn and milo... youre "price-shopping" fertilizer, take a look at our "custom-blend" "CuBtom-blend" fertilizer means no waste—no waiting or delay when you're ready to fertilize your fields. You enjoy all the savings of bulk material handing... lower plant- food costs, faster service and easier fertilizer application. Hero's what we offer you: AFTER A SOIL TEST shows you what your crops need to make top yields— WE "CUSTOM-MIX" just the right balance of top-grade nitrogen,* phosphate and potash in the exact bulk quantity for a complete application. These materials are properly mixed to assure even, distribution without separation. YOU SAVE the cost of bags and bagging, and the hard work of handling and rehandling bags. YOU GET a uniform, high-analysis plant food in free> flowing granules. One easy application gives your crops exactly what they need... no more... no less. Give us a call, or better yet... stop in and visit ne*t tima you're in town. "Momonlo E-2® Ammonium Nllral* Lloyd Pattison & Sons Phone 159 — Fayette, Iowa

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