Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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Maynard News Ridgeway where they visited her gathered at the Community hall Page 4 sister, Mrs. Emory Boothe and Saturday afternoon, Aug. 5, for family. On Sunday, July 30, tnc fj ls t story hour of the month they attended the wedding of her „„ , „„ , , A , n „. ,,,,„„ , r , , „ , .... sponsored by the Ada Reading nephew, David Boothe and Nita v 3 & Circle. Readers for the day were Mrs. Irving Patridge and Mrs. Fayette Leader Augvat 10, 1961 Fayette, Iowa Barrett at Trenton, Mo. Volurhfe I, Number I I Thursday, August 10, 1961 Peggy Hunter, of Dewitt is Dona , d pish A hnd h m spending two weeks vacation West Cemrcil F.r.A. MemWs ' :ta ioj: Of research ,a MA \ • A K i I 'I w<nty four ... II! tin- WYM Central c-iiapti 'i" M! the l-'ii'air-' Karrr.rrs 1,5 A 'in . . ;i nr -e'iinpanii'd by their advisor, William A St piiens, hit Mayn:ird by bus Friday. Aut{. 4, at 7 .i. m. for St. Louis, Mo. where they ('Hired the Hai- v i :i Pin ma lte.e.ui'h Kami at (il.l.V S1111111111. Tin V al.;o alb inU .I the Card- 111:11 - I'lnladi lpln.i dou !,!i '-heail- ii ban) .ill ^aine Suinl.iy after- i. HI and in the evening had a ; :;ort tnp down the Mississippi 1 1 v.i on tin' "Admiral", the Win Id'.. I .u /'.rst i.xi lusion .steam( i. Tin- I '.ioiip, whose president is Jim IlatiiMin, stayed in the De- So'i. hotel in downtown St. Lou>s wnile there. Thuy returned to Maynard on Monday, Aug. 7. 33 cows produce over 400 pounds butterfat MAYNARD — The July i ot George A. Youmans, super with her grandmother, Mrs. Maye Langley. Pfe. Jimmie Nicholson, who has bei n stationed at Fort Lewis, Wash., is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nicholson during a 30-day leave. Mr. and Mrs. Dwight K< oker '.f Lowell. Ark., came Saturday, Air'. . r ', for a visit with their aunt, Mrs. Faye Cummings, and her sister, Mrs. Leroy Hnnniges in Fayette. Mrs. Curtis McGregor, Janet jind Jimmie, who have spent the past three weeks in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Sykes, left Friday, Aug. 4, for their home in WashingVn, D. C. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schrader spent Thursday evening, Aug. 4, with their son, Gene, at Osage. be in Kindergarten through third g'ide this fall is eligible to attend. Other story hours will be on Saturdays, Aug. 12 and 19. DRINK * 3 GLASSES /II > OF MILK /II EVERY DAY 55 attend story hour MAYNArtD — A total of 5!> children from Smithfield and Harlan townships and Maynard IE BUILDINGS Mystery farm identified S B ^. M :t^ a ^.^!.. 165 cars checked at L ,? C A L .?, Maynard safety lane ... „ ,, . ~. . The mystery farm that appeal or of the tayette county Dairy ( . ( , ,„ thl , , v , 3 issm . ()f th( . Herd inproyement association u . m1 h[ls bo( , n itU . n{iiiud , )V No. shews tliere were JJ cows |hc ()Wn wmia| „ Rl)[1( , LMS , of found in 14 of the herds that pro- Randilia " f The 14B acre farm is located five mile in duced more than 400 pound butterfat for the month. Two registered Holsteins MAYNARD cars A total Dr. O. C. Miehe is home from tin.' hospital in Rochester, Minn., where he had been for several weeks. f Mrs. Orrin Sewell. who had passi d through the safelv , .. , , southeast of Fayette. ,„,„. , h( ., u al Mavm.rd on Sal- hccn 111 Uu " ° L ' lwi> '» hospital for William Rodgers and his wife, U rday. Of this number III) pass- t,u ' I 3ast - s ' x weeks for medical the herd of Edwin Decker, West- Mary, were married on Dec. 5, without qualification and 4!) care, was released this week, gatft, produced 009 and 553 19; > 3 ' Five years ago they pur- w ,,,. c , rejected. chased the farm from the Duwar Twenty of the rejects return estate and have renvideled the ,,, thl , ( .| 1( ,,. k ] an( , for lc . house and put new equipment in checking which made them eli- t,u ' ,jain - gible for one of the five prizes The Rodgers have a son, Will- given away by the Maynard mer- iam Miller, 19, who will attend chants. Prize winners were An- C'arolvn F,r- Steffen,' Herb- p unds; M. J. Lein and Son, Maynard, had one registered Holstein with 587 pounds; I. P. Stewart, Maynard, four registered Holsteins with 5G1, 471, 405 and 424 pounds; Harvey Love, Fair- IT . . ,, . , ,, , , . bank three registered Brown "pp^ Iowa university this fall, drew Gantenbem. Mr. Rodgers milks 27 Holsteins ickson. Wallace Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klink returned home this week from Men's — Women's Children's SHOES USED DISHES 9 x 12 Wool Rug New & Used Clothing MAYNARD BARGAIN SHOP Maynard, Iowa GENERAL PURPOSE POLE BARN 02' x r >2' AS LITTLE AS $55.75 Per Mo. Let us show you what we have to offer in the way of money making buildings to improve your farm. Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" Duane Slauson, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa 521 and 44U pounds; Bernard E. Buhr, Sum- jf" d . do , es « enc ' rnl t >'' )e «J <->n Meyer and Mrs. Ralph Gil „„j erade fi,rmm K- They are members of mer. , ' the Christian church. ner, six registured and Holsteins with 511. 4119, 479, 444, 434 and 403 pounds; Herbert W. -, . . . . Maiven, Mavnard, one register- Entertains circle members ed Holstein with 490 p unds. MAYNARD - Mrs Leo Cole- Twent three Matlvmt mem- Othtr herds were those of tne man entertained members of the bcrs of th( , famiIv of the late Mr. Smith est. and John W. Ingels, Esther circle of the W. S. C. S. at Maynard, one grade Holstein her home in Westgate, Thursday t , )L , |,\., yet t c pa rk Sund; with 401 pounds; Walter Pagel afternoon, Aug. 3. The 12 mem- t j Klj| . sixth annua i rcnln i 0] and Sons, Sumner, one registered hers present answered mil call Holstein with 4G9 pounds; Victor with "How I like to spend a rainy Steege, Maynard, three grade day" and reported 10 culls on the Holsteins with 460, 419 and 413 sick and shut-ins for July, pounds; Russell Pagel, Sumner, four registered and grade Hoi- turc for the day and Mrs Elmer a^pUon. Daughters were born starts with 452, 445, 434.and 409 Kl.nk ted ho study of the les- on Pg t . 10 a * d n {o Mr _ and pounds; William Buhr, Westgate, son on World Federation two grade Holsteins with 420 and Methodist Women." 401 pounds; H. W. and Milton Cowles family reunion Held here on Sunday and Mrs. Lcuis Cowles, met at ly for eunion. ] Tnose attending were from ! West Union, Ossian, Waverly Fayette and Stevens Point, Wis , , Since the 1900 gathering, there Mrs. Floy Glow read the scrip- had b(jen three bi| . ths and one 950 oi Mrs. David Olson and to Mr. and Mss. Curtis Chensvold, respect- The group made plans for its ivcly and son u> Mr , . ind Ml . s . Leech, Westgate, one grade Hoi- part in serving the Fayette coun- George Cowles on April 2. Mr. stein with 420 pounds; »-- •• ..... . r-..„..^ n„ m,....^... «»" . little girl during the summer. The oldest attendant was Mrs. . . , . , - , , Hazel Rasmussen, and the young- ess, assisted by her daughter, ost was Connic K ay Chensvold. Mrs. Harvey Baker. Mrs David olson came fl . om tho farthest distance. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS The P'tnie dinner was followed by a social afternoon and the WITH LEADER WANT ADS taking of pictures. - , , George Cowles on April 2. Alfred ty Beef Producers dinner at the and M ,- s Kenneth Cowles adoDt Leyh, Sumner, one grade Guern- Community hall on Thursday, " d a Ktnlulh dowlas ucopl sey with 405 pounds; and Louis Sept. 7. The gospel of St. Luke Fettkether and Lowell Cannell one grade Guernsey pounds butterfat. with 404 Delores Steffen honored At pre-nuptial shower MAYNARD — Delores Steffen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Steffen, was honored at a pre- iiuptial showsr held at the St. Paul's Lutheran church parlors Saturday evening, Aug. 5. Entertainment consisted of contests conducted by Mrs. Gene Brownell with honors going to Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mrs. Earl Foss, Karen Steffen, of Oelwein. The bride-to-be was assisted at the gift table by Karen Simpson, Waukegan, 111., Karen Steffen and Rose Marie Serfling, Oelwein, and Deanna Steffen. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mrs. Roy L^hniger and Mrs. Clyde Bigelow, Hazleton, Mrs. Betty fierfling, Oelwein, and Mrs. Jack Ondo, Waukegan, 111. The oldest person present v/as Mrs. Bertha Arp, grandmother of the bride-to-be. Judy Brownell received the door prize. Delores Steffen and Jerry Simpson, Chicago, 111., are planning a Sept. 16 wedding at Maynard. was chosen for the year's study. Lunch was served by the host- Tiy An Ad In The Leader A REAL TIGER FOR EFFICIENCY AND ECONOMY Here are some good reasons: Single load wash Double load wash King - size dryer 20c 30c 10c — It WUl Be Worth Your Trial Wash King Koin Launderette Maynard, Iowa OELWEIN, IOWA LISTENING LOG Monday Thru Saturday Sunday Morning — 5:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:25 Weather 5:30 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:55 Weather 6:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 6:30 News 7:00 Sports 7:10 Music 7:15 Weather — Music 7:30 News 8:00 Music 8:30 News 9:00 Music 10:00 News — Markets 10:30 Music 12:00 Markets — New» Morning — 6:00 News theARIZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN Area In Seott$dql»- ths •'Waufi mort Western Town" —12 mllen northeast of downtown Phoenix. 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