Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 4
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August 24, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Maynard News Volume I, Number 13 Thursday, August 24. 1961 West Central school will Open on August 28 FAIR VUU UP AfiD DOWN THE MIDWAY MAYNARD - tni) schools will year on Mowl.'iy. 8:30 a. m. for ail The West Con- open the school August 28, at 1 ,'isses, kindergarten through high school, with dismissal at 2:45 p. in. There will be no school r:n Labor Day. Teachers will be working at the schools on Thursday and Friday, Aug. 24 ,'md 25, to have all books and plans in readiness for the students' arrival on the opening day Parents will be welcomed by the teachers for conferences on those two days. li-r at the high sclkol and Harold SteLge at the new elementary building, both in Maynard; and Floyd Bark at the Randalia school. There will be six new faculty members this year. They are: Rosemary Murphy, a 1W51 graduate of Mount Mercy college, Cedar Rapids, vocal music in grades and high school; Janet Eaton, 19C1 graduate of Coo college, Cedar Rapids, girls' physical education and eighth social iludies; William Burke, 19C1 graduate of FUNSTEF.S will Inday cv.-i-.v ii:iy ;ii (lie sola Mliiie I'- ii. A tliruiiKli y> in. lai'R<'Hl I cm ill NIIOUII ll'tr, nil in-..\. v. I'.llll tills >. I:r Sky Wliei-li-, KI 'Ollllll. TlVil I' I' I MI-I-IIII - liilK'- • irrl IliK 111 <• i. 3 1 v.• 11 1 i Jtlili-.-'. f,iiiin-> ill lire tin simitiiil ilri'dn of tliiiiis .iinls ID Unyal Aiinrinu tin- riiaii' l-'air. Lunches will be served on the upper Iowa university, Fayette, opening day. Tickets will be S6 seventh and eighth grade science, for 20 meals. Single lunches and and wor i f i history; Leora Sulti- ttiose for adults will be 35 cents V an, from Upper Iowa, sixth each. Preparing the lunches at grade ilt Randalia; Mrs. Homer Maynard will be Mrs. Elmer Chapman, also of U.I.U., third Keick, Mrs. Ray Wolfe, Mrs. Eve- Krade ot Maynard; and Mrs. Lee lyn Arthur and Mrs. Don Simp- Steffen, Oelwein, kindergarten. son. At Randalia it will be Mrs. Ruth Whiteford and Mrs. Benita Bcman. Book rentals "/iii he $7 for the grades seven through 12; $6 for grades one through six; and S4 for kindergarten pupils. Thus will include work books as well as the text books. Kindergarten will continue half day sessions with both sessions being held in Maynard this year. School insurance will be available at $3.50 for grades 10 through 12; $3 for grades s^ven through nine: and S2 for kindergarten through sixth grade. Eleven buses will be operating this year, which is two Jess than last year, making necessary some changes in the routes. Drivers will be Robert Bergman, Taylor Briggs, George Buenneke, Robert Hanchett, Walter Parsons, Ai- vin Potratz, Mildred Potratz, Elmer Reick, Henry Reisner and Grant Vargaaon. The first day of football practice will be Thursday, Aug. 24, and the first game will be at Arlington <r.i Sept. 15. In thr. school's office at Maynard will be Mrs. Kmilie Bencke, district and office secretary, and Mrs. Wallace Steffen, lunch, office and principal's secretary. Custodians will be James Trot- Tentative United Fund Campaign date set The week of Oct. 6 has been tentatively set as time for the 19(11 Fayette county United Fund campaign. Budget 'for the campaign was set at $27,550 at a recent board of directors meeting. Definite date for the fund campaign will receive final approval by Lavcrn Alcorn, county campaign chairman. Only minor revisions made in the 1961 budget as compared to 1900 costs and recommendations of budget and admissions committee were followed by the b.ard of directors. The complete J961 budget in- diid'.'s the foiiow in,? agencies; Rea Cross, $3,000: Sister Kenny Institute, S750; Salvation Army, $3,000; Iowa Chapter of Ar- th-ci:::; and Rheumatism Foundation, $900; Iowa Children's Society, §750; CROP, $1,500; Fayette court y retarded children program, $750; Girl Scouts, $1,200; Poy Scouts, $4,000; Palmer Memorial hospital Auxiliary, S300; Heart and Cancer research, 54,000; YWMCA, $100; Contingency fund, S3.000; operating fund, $2,000. Services held Saturday For Albert Betz, 77 MAYNARD — Funeral services for Albert Betz, 77, retired farmer, who died suddenly at his home Thursday afternoon, Aug. . 17, were held at the St. Paul's .Lutheran church Saturday at 2 ,-' p. m. with the Rev. Paul Lutz of ' Oelwein officiating. A prayer service was held at the Delsing- Wright Funeral home at 1:30 p. m. Burial was in the Woodlawn cemetery at Oelwein. Mr. Betz, a native of Kansas, came to the Maynard area in 1911 and later located on a farm one mile west and one mile south of town. He is survived by his wife, Alma, one daughter, Mrs. Harold (Fern) Hammelman, of Waterloo, one ran, George, on the home farm, and eight grandchildren. paper casualties was reported by P&ge 4 Wilbur C. Peterson, SUI school ^ of journalism associate professor and director of its Bureau <A Media Service, in a recent issue of Journalism Quarterly. After pointing out that 788 weekly newspapers went by the boards between 1950 and 1959, the Peterson study focused attention on the true "country" Fayette Leader August 24, 1961 FayetiOi low* Fair August 29th. The title of their demonstration is "Firearms Safety". Roger Bauer has been in club work five years and »Roger Tope nine. Others who competed were Gary Gamier, "Planning a Live^ ee ^:, th ^^ pe L^ 1 l!!i e iN?f! stock Handling. Setup", Paul Clark "Does Your Mailbox Need Attention", Gary Lynch and Bill Adams, the "Modern Pied Piper", and Glen Christen, "The Three Types of Light Switches". Bill Stephens, West Central PFA Instructor was the judge. Sisters visit Oscar Sykes on birthday MAYNARD—Oscar Sykes was surprised Monday afternoon, Aug. 14, when three sisters from his former neighborhood near Donnan, Mrs. Tenny Ladd, Mrs. Mabel Porter, Mrs. Anna Holmes, and his own sister, Mrs. Lena McCormick of Fayette, met at his home to assist in observing his 82nd birthday anniversary. The birthday cake was baked decorated by Mrs. Porter. and the LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Patsey of Phoenix, j\riz,, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Patsey of Los Angeles, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Aannn Melick of Oak Park, 111., were weekend guests of Mrs. Orah Patsey. Mr. and Mrs. Clint Kelly of Bryantsburg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Harrison. Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Harrison are sisters. Mrs. Wilma Bartels and her granddaughter, Kathy Jones, of Wadena, left Sunday for West Liberty where they will spend a few days with relatives. Mrs. Orrin Sewell re-entered the Oelwein hospital Wednesday, Aug. 17, for further care. Mrs. Emmet Weyant, Mrs. Anna Stalnaker and Mrs. Agnes Elliott, all of Edgewood, were Thursday guests, Aug. 17, of Mrs. Anna Friedley, in the Clyde Renfrow home. Edwin Olson is a medical patient in the Oelwein hospital. Regular meeting cancelled MAYNARD — Since this is the week of the Fayette county fair, the regular meeting of the Boos- ti r club on Thursday, Aug. 24, h.is been cancelled, according to Aaron Sehlegol, secretary. The next meeting will be on Thursday evening, Sept. 28. Large group attends Wamke anniversary MAYNARD — Approximately 110 relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warlike attended the observance of the golden wedding anniversary at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Sunday, were Aug. 20. Albert Warnke, of Kendale, Wis., and Ed Buenneke, of Scranton, were the only attendants at the wedding who were present Sunday. The program included vocal selections by their son-in-law and grandson, Kenneth Hennesey and son, Kenny, of Northpsrt, Ala., accompanied by Mrs. Henry Buenneke, and a talk by the Rev. i : . F. Bredow, of Waverly. During the refreshment hour, Mrs. Bredow poured and Mrs. Loraine Aibrecht cut the three- tiered wedding cake decorated in white and gold. They were assisted by Mrs. Dale Meinken, Mrs. Ralph Pliester, Mrs. Florence Odell, Lois and Beth Albrecht. Seventy of the relatives gathered at their home for the evening moat and uooiul hour. 77, of Tripoli, and the youngest was the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sanger of Waterloo. Other towns represented included Waverly, Readlyn, Westgate, Hawkeye, Sumner, Oelwein, Maynard, Milwaukee and Beloit, Wis. Try An Ad In The Leader Study reports drop In weekly newspapers What is happening to weekly newspaper — the so-called "grass roots" of American journalism? Between 1950 and 1959, 788 of these papers simply "died," according to findings of a study made at the State University of Tope, Bauer to compete Iowa. That was a decade which brought many new developments in mass communications media — the spurt of television and new concepts in radio, the daily newspapers, and motion pictures. The study of the weekly news- a week in non-metropolitan areas. It did not include newspapers published once a week in the suburbs of large cities. In 1950, the study disclosed, there were 6,548 "country" weeklies. Nine years later, the number had dropped to 5,845, a net loss of 703 (even taking into account the new papers which had begun publishing). Nearly half of that loss was in communities of less than 1,000 population. And nearly 95 per cent of the remaining country weeklies were in communities of only one newspaper; they had no competition from either a daily newspaper or another weekly. In those communities of less than 1,000 population where the local weekly stopped publishing, Peterson said, "these communities are without any local newspaper. It is a loss that they will feel seriously, for even though a neighboring newspaper may provide coverage of news in that community, such coverage seldom approaches -that provided by a local newspaper. Nor does it seem likely that many of these towns under 1,000 population will have a newspaper again . . " Peterson's survey also disclosed that, for the most part, the "lost" weeklies were older newspapers: only 22.3 per cent of those going out of business had been established since 1935. In state 4-H contest Roger Tope and Roger Bauer from Bethel Rams 4-H Club have been chosen to represent Fayette County in the Boys' 4-H Demonstrations Contest at Iowa State We Specialize In SALES and SERVICE of PERMAGLAS - and RHEEM WATER HEATERS GENE WM. SINGER Plumbing & Heating Fayette, Iowa 950 FOR SURPRISING RESULTS TRY LEADER WANT ADS Reunion at Eagle Point MAYNARD — After a period of five years, 53 descendents of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nauholz, Sr., now living in northeast Iowa and Wisconsin, met in another reunion at the Eagle Point park in Dubuque on Sunday, Aug. 20. The oldest person present was Mrs. Henry Warnke, To sponsor party MAYNARD — On Saturday, August 26, from 2:30 to 3:30 p. m. The Ada Reading Circle and the Community Library hoard will sponsor jointly a party at the Community hall for all the children in kindergarten through the third grade this fall who have attended the story hour the past three Saturdays and those who have taken part in the summer reading program. Approximately 85 youngsters are expected to attend. Thwe will be entertainment, special recognition made of honors earned and a refreshment hour. i MAYNARD COOP SEED CLEANING PLANT IS NOW OPERATING FOR TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED Top Prices Paid FOR HOME GROWN TIMOTHY and CLOVER Maynard Co-op Co. Phone 36 MAYNARD, IOWA OELWEIN, IOWA LISTENING LOG Monday Thru Saturday Morning — Sunday In •u~>© ARIZONA' WW- CAMEL.BACK • 1, MOUNTAIN |j Area Horci • • ' CM "Ho In Sctftidcil*- th* "VvWi rnoit Wwtorn Town" —12 mites nQrthsQtt of downtown Phoenix. Mzcnrt n»W9tt and'flMft yw around hotel. 18Q luKvriout room anil «/Jf«~a// with pri- Vaii ion d«fc, many Aav« tnacfcbar fcffcnoni. Dinning Jtoom, Cecltjal) lovna*. Htattd Swim* mlng Pool. AH yporft end ecttvitto avallablt. 6*<»ll»pt Meeting | IUROPIAN PLAN JVicllltitf forlgreups | wriMfw in>*m up. to 200, j RplMT rpBHW OM. MB* Scotfisdale 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 New* 7:00 Sports 7:10 Music 7:15 Weather — Music 7:30 News 8:00 Music 8:30 New* 9:00 Music 10:00 News — Markets 10:30 Music 12:00 Markets — News Afternoon — Morning —• 6:00 News 8:00 8:15 10:00 10:15 11:00 12:00 Music — Weather and Religious Programs News Music — Religious Programs News Music Religious Service Music 12:30 "Music With News On the Hour 13:50 Chicago Markets News Baseball Scoreboard How's Fishing Music ? Evening— Afternoon — 12:30 News 12:45 Chapel By The Side Of theRoad 1:00 *BasebalI 5:00 News 8:16 Music 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:35 6:00 6:30 7:18 7:20 10:00 10:15 News and Sports PoIk| Party Evening — 6:00 News 6:15 Music 10:00 News 10:18 Music to Sign Off er *BasehaU News Music to Sign Off Milwaukee Braves Baseball KOEL WeeJwky games begin MORE PEOPLE USTENfO KOEL THAN LISTEN TO ^L

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