Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 4
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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Maynard News Volume I, Number 12 Thursday, August 17, 1961 Harlan 4-H girls Achievement day Held on Saturday cake from the exhibit*. page 4 Fayette leader Parents present included: Mr. , A ,„ . _„ and Mrs. Joe Harrington, Mr. ^P" 1 17 ' 1961 T ** M *' 1<ma and Mrs. Ivan Gamier, Mr. and ' ~~~ Mrs. Robert Dugan, Mr. and Mrs. tional Association oi Bank Wo- Joe 'Roete, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph men, according to announce- Gilmer, Mr. and Mrs. James ment made by Ka,thryn Weiland, Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ar- membership chairman. 193 offend the annual Old Timers Homecoming MA.YNARD — The 193 persons could not attend were posted on who registered at the Old-Timers the bulletin board. Homecoming at the Community The family of the late Mr. and haJ), Sunday, Aug. 13, came from Mrs. W. D, Arthur, who lived Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, northwest of Maynard more than Missouri, Oklahoma, Nevada, Or- 50 years ago, was represented by egon and California, as well as the five living sons and one from many points in Iowa. grandson. They were: Chester, The afternoon program open- Oelwein; Leonard, Mnrshalltown; ed with a welcome from the vice Ernest, Pequot Lakes, Minn.; president, Herbert Malven, and Gaylen, Clarion; and Raymond, a vocal duet, 'Beyond the Sunset' Maynard. The grandson was Elby Mrs. Wilma Bartels and Ed mer Arthur, also of Clarion. Meyer, accompanied by Mrs. The noon meal served by the Herbert Malven, as a memorial American Legion Auxiliary was to the old-timers deceased since followed by a short business the first meeting in 1953. This meeting, conducted by the vice was followed by a brief message president. The gnsup signified and a welcome by Mayor Earl its approval of holding another Foss. get-together on the second Sun- With John Thiele as master of day in August, 1963, at the same ceremonies, the program contin- place and then elected the fol- n i n ..„„ f Unai _„„ hv ,1 ucd with recognition being paid lowing officers to have charge of ?„.„^„_:.,„?A to Fred Orbell, 95, of Waterloo, that meeting: John Thiele, pres- the oldest man present, and to ident; Herbert Malven, vice pres- Mrs. Mary Wilbur Perry, 89, also ident; Mrs. Earl Foss, secretary; of Waterloo, the oldest woman and Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, assistant present. To Mrs. Tilla Struthoff secretary. Malven, 83, went the honor of Iowa towns represented in- being the oldest life-long resi- eluded Coon Rapids, Waterloo, d<;nt present. Also recognized were those Iowa City, Waverly, Owatonna IMPROVED ROMAN SIDING SHOWN AT FAIR MAYNARD "Around the thur, Mr. and Mrs. John Ingels, Mrs. Don Fish, Mrs. Ted Bodley, Mrs. Edwin Erickson, Mrs. Don 11 A mi .u Woods and Mrs. Leo Simpson. world with 4-H was the theme ' . , „ ,. „__„; >„n„.., t .u„ XTIJC A vt «i^io An installation service follow- of the Harlan NRG 4-H girls , ... T ... r >„i~„.. «i „ x ed with Judy Palmer, the retir- achievement day program at the .„„ oc ,„„/„„,„„ „«,. Community hall Saturday, Aug 12. It began with group singing of songs from several countries. Other musical numbers were two pantomime songs by Kay Dugan, Charlene Erickson, Cheryl Bodley and Judy Simp- _, , „ ... son. Accompanists were Ann Bar, ? f ! ra . HamJllt ° n Gilmer and Mary Ann Hamilton. Sharon Harrington and Anna Fettkelher, junior team, demonstrated "Teen-time Snacks" and Judy Simpson and Kay Pagan, ing president, as installing officer. Officers installed were. Joann Harrington, president; Sharon Harrington, vice president; Kay Dugan, secretary; Cheryl Bodley, treasurer; Judy Simpson, historian; Ann Gilmer, reporter; junior vice president; and Carol Roete. junior secretary. Items selected by the judges as fair entries were as follows: Junior division (girls 10 to 12 Mrs. Shadle, who has been with the bank for five years, handles bookkeeping, teller and filing work. The association has an activ? membership of more than 3,70!/ members, all of whom hold official titles or executive positions in banks throughout the country. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS HURDLING Unman Riilir. Kliilnn Kramer, noted lim rwom.'in, will show fieveritl liiiiinivi'inciit.s on flic ancient 'ail at tlie Mlmu-sotu State Fair, Kcliuduluil And. 2H through Sept. I. Appearing in tIn­ state Fulr Horse Show, HIIC will ride u matched »lx i> »iy hiich Roman fUHhlon 011 Die level and over hurdles. The meeting opened with the Buenneke, and Mr Warnke, son Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Warnke, Isaac Paul gave a review of the were married in tliis church on bc.:k, "Amid My Alien Corn" by Nov. 28, 1911, by the Rev Frank Betty Lussier. Mrs. Raymond Tiede, the pastor of the church. Calhoun led the group in singing They are life-lonf! residents of favorite songs. this community. Initial plans were made for The Warnkes have one son, compiling a cook bo* of the D of Hinsdale Cedar Rapids, Hiawatha, Tripoli, '°. vontc °, f the , members. daughtcr Mrs T nu , .. , r\ 1 The next meeting wi 11 be at 1 U ' 1U M'"-'. mrs ........ M * w, 8 , ty, u W , Wly ' Owatonna, Tuesday, Sept. 12, with sey, of Northport, Ala., both of who came the farthest: Mr. and Webster, Melbourne, Clarion, r. L ,. H ' ^ ,,. . ' Mrs. Donald Dean Mrs. Clarke Hileman, Las Vegas, Keota, Marshalltown, Vinton, Nov.; Raymond Meyer, Portland, West Union, Oelwein, Fayette, Ore; Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Wal- Randalia, Sumner, Independence, ter, Sunland, Calif.; Fred Warn- Westgate, Hazleton, Alpha and ke, Santa Rosa, Calif.;,«nd Mary Arlington. White, Muskogee, Okla. As each responded to the recognition, he Auxiliary plans for an This will be organizational tea. Mrs. W. A. Stephen Entertains circle whom will be present for the oc casion. There arc four grand children. floral Membership drive MAYNARD — Plans for the MAYNARD — Mrs. William A. Stephens entertained the August meeting of the Naomi circle of the W.S.C.S. in her home on Wednesday evening, Aug. 9. Mrs. annual membership drive of the Dclbort G]ew opened the meet or she was presented a tribute by Ed W. Meyer. Musical selections included two vocal selections by Paul ,„_.„„. ...^ Thompson, accompanied by Ann j—jf^ Auxinary'were'discussed ing with scripture reading taken Q.lmcr. and a tiumpel solo by Bl lne ,. cgulai . meeting Tuesday * p ni ,jppj an8 . Mrs. David George Malven.^ great grandson night ^Pi^ ^ ^ Mrs. Walter Ehlers was named lions and a ropo ,. t on the recent chairman with Mrs. A. F. Berg- m ce ti n g of the World Federation man and Mrs. William A. Steph- c[ Women in Oslo, Norway, ens as assistants. It was voted to purchase a copy of the American Legion annual which is a complete report of all the units in the state. Cheer cards were Honored Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hunt were honored recently in Northboro with open house celebrating their 65th anniversary. the senior team, demon jtrated cookles if! bo * ca * e ' "Tea-time Tasties". The Country Carol Roete; quick bread, Re- Girls' Creed was given by Marcia ^ ecca ATr " esde "= p,a ' n , ca * e ' Gamier and comments on the l 0 ?™ , AT } hu ? 0 Intermediate div- exhibits were given by the judg- > slon . ^ ir ' s 12 £ } 3 dr °P cs, Mrs. John Ingels and Mrs. cookies, Karen Fish; rolled cook- Don Woods les - charIene Erickson; quick uon woods, bread, Barbara Hamilton; plain The business included naming CQke> PaUy Lu ndry; angel food Judy Simpson, Kay Dugan and cake> and three jars of fmH and Joann Harrington as the booth or vege tables, Anna Kay Fett- committce at the Fayette county kether; c]over leaf rolls> Shar . fair. Ann Gilmer, Sharon Har- Qn Harrington; yeast bread, Mary rington and their leader. Mrs. Ann HamiUon; two jars jelly> Leo Simpson, were named to pa- M , Qarnier. trol the 4-H building at the fair from 12 noon to 3 p. m. on Wednesday, Aug. 23. Cookies and punch were served at the close of the program. ieS( quick bread ard plajn cake _ In the evening the girls enter- Judv "Palmer; angel food cake, III., and one tained their parents at a 7 p. m. ye ast rolls and the "science why", Kenneth Henne- dinner at the hall. Tables were Joann Harrington; yeast bread, decorated with green and white Ann Gilmer; two jars jelly, Judy and bouquets of red clover bios- Simpson; three jars tomatoes, soms. Suspended above the tab- Kay Dugan. les was a white paper globe with attached streamers each ending M Sh d j ejected with a green four-leaf clover. On the menu was sliced ham, To national group scalloped potatoes, sliced toma- MAYNARD — Mrs. Ruth Shad- toes, buttered corn, homemade l e , assistant cashier at the Mayn- rolls, pickles, coffee and kool- ard Savings bank, has been el- In the senior division (girls 14 and over) drop cookies, three Jars assorted vegetables and table setting, Cheryl Bodley; roll cook- We Specialize In SALES and SERVICE of PERMAGLAS and RHEEM WATER HEATERS' aid, ice cream cups, cookies and ected to membership in the Na- GENE WM. SINGER Plumbing & Heating Fayette, Iowa of early residents. He was ac companicd by his mother. Informal talks were given by Dr. Belmont C. Kappmeyer, Hamilton, 111.; Frank Coburn of Cedar Rapids (Uncle Elmer on the radio); and by former officers, Charles Barnholt, Walter Warnke and Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer. A letter from Mrs. Ruby Jen- The six members present answered roll call by reporting a total of 26 sick calls and turned in $3 in pledges. This circle will 11 Uli- Ol«M.. V1ICC1 V.U1U3 WUIU . . - ,, igncd for two of its members hav " chai ^ of th « altar flowers for September and of the fcllow- at the church Sunday, August 27. The , new program booklets for the year were passed out. Mrs. Ronald Bruner, Mrs. Minnie Boggess and Mrs. Stephens were prize winners in the contests conducted by Mrs. Glew. LOCALS „,,,,, ., .. , who are ill, Mrs. Charles Werden ... .. . , , ,, n.son1 Bell. Mobile, Ala., was rend of Wallkori) and Mrs . 0rrin Sew . ship dinner to be held by Mrs. Kappmeyer, and one cl] — J — from Mrs. Gladys Clarke Ferry, Announcement was made Independence, by Mrs. Earl Foss, the Fayette colmt icnic to be who also closed the meeting with at Waucoma on Sunday, August a few remarks. Many cards, con- 20i and of the school of instruc . veying messages from those who t j on to be nt Hawkeye on Satur . day, August 26. Mrs. Marvin Ingels, Mrs. David Parsons and Mrs. Delbert 50th anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Leon Holmstrom Glew made up the hostess com- fV n hmuio nlannwl and family, St. Joseph, Mo„ came m i Uee for the joint social hour e P Iannea Saturday, Aug. 13, to visit his with members of the Legion. MAYNARD — On Sunday, mother, Mrs. Ed Holmstrom, and August 20, Mr. and Mrs. Henry her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don- M^M,.,-.-!,.,- Warnke will hold open house at aid E. Fish. nomemaKers meet the St Paul . s Lut heran church MAYNARD — Sixteen mem- parlors from 2 b 4 p. m. in ob- Mrs. Arlie Stewart, Kansas bers of the Smithfield Homemak- servance of their golden wedding City, Mo., is spending this week ers club met at the home of Mrs. anniversary. FTiends and rela- with her cousin, Mrt. George Ralph Stewart at 1 p. m., Tues- tivea are invited to attend. No Carley, and other relatives and day, Aug. 8 for its regular meet- formal Invitations are being sent, friends. ing. Mrs. Merle Nicholson was The former Lydia Buenneke, Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry a guest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Warnke are their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hennesy and family, Northport, Ala. Judy Palmer, in company with other young people of this area, left the first of this week for Miami, Fla., where they will attend the nine-day convention of the National Luther League. Members of the immediate family of Mrs. Ed Holmstrom enjoyed a family reunion at her home Sunday, A ,ug. 13. Those present were: Mr, and Mrs. Don Holmstrom and two children of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Holmstrom and Aaron of Cedar Falls, and the Leon Holm- atroms of St. Joseph, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Carley and children, Lincoln, Nebr., are guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Carley. Mrs, Dale Schrader and her mother, Mrs. Wilma Bartels, spent Wednesday, August 9, In the Russell Jones home at Wadena. Mrs, David Esmond and sister, Laurel Ash, Edgewood, were guests of Mrs. Anna Friedley on Tuesday, August 8. Mrs, Ed Robertson and daughter Lucile, Lexington, Ohio, are guests in the home of her uncle, A. E. ; Knight and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Willis and family, of Montgomery, Ala., are spending the week with her mo- t3ier,¥$Irg' Mollie Wlttenburg, and attjer relatives. Mrfiwid Mrs. Kenneth Schrad- tt> j^mt three days this week Mrs. Robert Schrader and family, Hincifoyi IU< Robert was re- •entl^pransierred from Grundy Centdpo Hinckley, where he is now spnager of one of the Walnut d^ove depots. Mrsind Mrs. Fred Schrader, ..miL ^4 wife, .Mr. and Mrs. „ ScAraaer, were Sunday, %ue<rti to the C. T. Jennie in 'Xmtat&ti-sVri ifi w cqujin of Fred FELCO 16% ALL MASH GIVES CHICKENS A BALANCED BANQUET 16% All Mash contains everything a ben wants and should have. It leaves nothing to chance or choice {is cafeteria feeding does. This way you know your hens are getting Just what they need, not just what they pick at. Whether poultry Is your whole operation or just a part of it, you'll find Felco 16% All Mash productive and profitable. CONTACT... Maynard Co-op Co. OELWEIN, IOWA LISTENING LOG Monday Thru Saturday Morning — 5:00 Farmer'a 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 — News Sunday Morning — 6:00 News — Music — Weather and Religious Programs News Music — Religious Programs News Music Religious Service Music 8:00 8:15 10:00 10:15 11:00 12:00 m

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