Maynard News been decided the regular meeting f AMI C date will be changed to the see- , Lu„. . ». % , nd Saturday of each month from Mrs. ^lf h *? rl f.* h « s 2 to 4 p. m. at the Community ^"w 4 ^?^ 81 , pBt \ e . n } ™. iY }?. , A1 " Page 6 Sept. 21. 1001 Fayette Fayette, fowa 2 to hall. The five, seniors and eight jun ^. wasea xuesaay, sept, iz. ; iors watched a demonstrat.on on presently is bcing cared for ••nppli.. snlnd" by Mary Ann Ham- the homo of hcr * A „ en _ for the past few weeks, was released Tuesday, Sept. 12. She in Volume I, Number 16 Thursday, September 21, 1961 Steffen - bimpson vows Exchanged on Saturday MAYNARD — Dclores Steffen, Milliliter of Mr. ;incl Mrs. Wallace Sic!fen, and Jerry Simpson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Simpson, both of Chicago, were married Saturday, Sept. 16. The 2 p. m. double ring ceremony at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Maynard, was performed by the Kev. Herman J. Brnndt, Double set of candelabra decorated Ihe altar and gold and white bows and streamers marked the pi'WS. Nuptial music was provided by Mrs. Henry Buenneke at the organ. She also accompanied 'Ronald Bcnckc who sang the "Wedding Prayer" and the "Lord's Prayer resscs, all former classmates of thr bride, were Carol Kennon of Oelwein, Carol Hintz, Sandra Stohr, Judcen Fit/, and Ivc Buhr, oil of Westgate. Hostess for the courtesy was Mrs. John Fuller of Maynard. Following the bridal dinner at the club the Town room of Hotel Mealey program, in Oelwein, the couple left on an undisclosed wedding trip. For the trip the bride wore a black and white two-piece knit suit with black accessories. Mrs. Simpson, a 1950 graduate of the West Central Community After a short business session conducted by the new president, Mrs. Carl It. Carlson discussed "The war y< ars — on the lighter side", developing it along the lines of the songs written in the south and north during the Civil War, the literature which grew out of those years, the entertainment, customs and foods of *.he people. Roll call was answered with a blankets should contact Mrs. Walter Ehlers. During the evening a memorial service was held for the late Mrs. Orrin Sewell, whose death occurred on August 31. The auxiliary served for the immediate family on the day of the funeral. Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mrs. Robert Bergman and Mrs. Adolph Kucnncn were hostesses for Din joint social hour with Legion members. iltnn. The club has purchased its own camera and has appointed Ann Gilmer, the reporter, to be the club's photographer. New members will be welcomed at the nest regular meeting on Saturday, Oct. 14. Lunch was served by Karen Fish and Becky Truesdell, assisted bv their mothers, Mrs. Don Ki.*h and Mrs. W. P. Truesdell. len Memorial hospital, Waterloo, ents, Mr. an J Mrj. Arthur Thompson. His next assignment will be at Wichita Falls, Texas, where he will be an instructor in the teletype school for the next two years. Beverly Ann Thompson, Anaheim, Calif., came Saturday, Sept. 16, to spend a two-weeks vacation in the parental Arthur Thompson home. She presently is employed as bookkeeper in the Downey First National bank in Anaheim. quotation from Lincoln. The penny march and the singing of - -— Collect concluded the New books received Theme for this year's programs is "Iowa A Century Ago", and the projects include selling towels hemmed by the blind women of Iowa, children's parties, and assisting at the Community library. Contributions will be high school, is employod as head sent to CARE, ihe Penny Art the ad- fund, the Indian affairs schol- dictaphono operator in missions room of the University of Chicago. Mr. Simpson, a 1957 • After Sept. 20 they will be at home in Chicago. The bride, given in marriage by graduate of the Maynard Consol her father, wore a gown design- idatcd school, is a brakeman on ed by Bridallure, New York, of the Chicago Great Western rail- bridal bouquet taffeta over net road, ruffles and taffeta with lily point sleeves, fitted bodice, a banded empire waistline centered with a self-fabric rosette, a lace yoke inset re-embroidered with opal sequins and seed pearls and square scalloped nockline. The full circular gathered skirt, with tiers Ada Reading circle Met Friday afternoon MAYNARD — The Ada Road- held its first meeting in» circle Legion auxiliary met Tuesday at Maynard MAYNARD — At the meeting of the American Legion auxiliary Tuesday evening, Sept. 12, at the . . Community hall, Mrs. Merrill of chantilly lace caught in center 0 f the federated club year Friday Glow, child welfare ehulrmon, i'e front and back with fabric rosettes, formed a cloud-like bouffant which flowed to a chapel sweep. The veil was a fingertip creation of imported pure .silk English illusion held by a princess type crow'n of seed pearls and crystal teardrops. She carried a white feathered carnation cascade bouquet accented with pearl sprays, white ribbon and tulle. Deanna Steffen was maid of honor for hcr sister. Karen Simp- afternoon, Sept. 15, in the home of Mrs. Don Fish with 21 of the 28 members present. Mrs. John Thiele, last year's president, called the meeting to order and opened with the singing of the theme song, "Battle Hymn of the Republic". She then conducted a candle lighting installation service for the new officers. They are: Mrs. A. F. Bergman, president; Mrs. W. P. Truesdell, vice president; Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer, scretary and At community library MAYNARD — A new section of books from the State Traveling Library has been received at the Community library for readers of all ages living in Harlan and Smithfield townships from Sept. 10 to Dec. 0. Among the books for adults will be found: Free Soil by, AUIs; The Hollow Needle by Coze; Child of Our Time by del Castillo; Children of the Wolf by Diggan; The Power of Glory by Greene; Life of Jesus by Goodspccd; Main Traveled Roads by Garland; Role Playing by Klein; Son of Smoky Sea by Oliver; Justice of the Heart by Robertson; Miracle In the Hills by Sloop; New Song in A Strange Land by Warner. For those in senior and Junior high may be found: Trouble After School by Beim; Rumpus on • Commodore Hill by Cheney; ported that the fall clothes vol- Xhldwicki tno B |g Hearted Moose arship fund, and the Pan American scholarship fund. Booklets on "How to respect and display our flag" were passed out as a courtesy of the Marine Corps, Waterloo. Homemakers tea held MAYNARD — The annual organization tea of the Farm Bureau Homemakers of Smithfield township was hold Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 12, with Mrs. Lcroy Hcnniges. Mrs. Charles Schlumbohm, the chairman of women's work in Fayette county, was present to explain the program for the new club year to the 16 members, Mrs. Roy Potter gavo a review of the book "The Red Chair Waits" by Alice Margaret Huggins. Plans were made for the annual club trip which will be to visit the school for the blind at Vinton and other places of Interest in that vicinity. Meeting places for the year were selected and the family living programs were handed out. Mrs. Schlumbohm poured at the luncheon which followed. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schrader spent Monday through Wednesday, Sept. 11 - 14, in Chicago, visiting his brother Harold, who is a surgical patient in the Hincs hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hall of Mountain View, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Kirk Sperry, Greene, were in town Friday, Sept. 15, calling on old friends. The Halls are former Maynard residents. A 2|c David J. Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thompson, who has been stationed in Iceland the past year, is spending a 30-day leave with his par- miNOmtN AMI RICA'S PfACI POWIftf ^U.S. SAVINGS ONDS VOOTfMUf M to by Geiscl; Submarine Rendezvous by Icenhower; Glory Be by Lambert; Second Year Nurse by McCulloch; Reptiles Round the World by Pope; and Pebble in A ong those children. for the son of Waukegan, 111., sister of the Stella Knight treasurer bridegroom, and Karen Steffen of Oelwein, aunt of the bride, were the bridesmaids. All three wore identical dresses, made by the bride's mother, of gold showcase print fashioned with fitted bodices, v-shaped necklines, and shirred three - quarter length sleeves. The skirts were bell- shaped with full over-lap skirts. White feather and veil hats and white gloves completed the ensembles. They carried bouquets of bronze pompoms and tulle with gold ribbons. Terry Bcman, Randalia, served his friend as best man. Ron Steffen, Oelwein, uncle of the bride, and Gene Gustin, Chicago, were the attendants. Roger Decker, of Westgate, and Larry Jeanes of Maynard served their friends as ushers. Leo Steffen, brother of the bride, was a junior usher. Mrs. Steffen chose a beige boucle dress with brown accessories for her daughter's wedding and Mrs. Simpson wore a navy blue two-piece suit of cotton rayon with Magenta wine accessories. Both wore feathered white carnations. During the reception which followed in the church social rooms, Mrs. Allen Tift of Clear Lake, Wis., sister of the bridegroom, registered the guests. Assisting at the gift table were Mrs. Jack Ondo, Waukegan, 111., sister of the bridegroom, Janice Hoehne of Waterloo, and Mrs. Ronald Buhr of Westgate. The five tiered all white cake was cut by Mrs. Roy Lehniger of Hazleton, aunt of the bride. At the punch bowl war Janet Gamier of Waterloo, and coffee was served by Judy Palmer of Maynard. The wait- Appointive officers are: Mrs. Earl Foss, towel chairman; Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, scrap hook; Mrs. Floyd Hcnniges, legislative chairman; Mrs. Thiele, literature; Mrs. Irving Patridge and Mrs. Glen Mittelstadt, cheer committee; Mrs. Faye Cummings, reporter; Mrs. Sam Holmes, Mrs. Henry Buenneke and Mrs. Earl Judas, program committee for 1961 - 62. ued at $20 had been sent to the assigned child. Mrs. Walter Ehlers, membership chairman, reported 11 paid memberships date. Proceeds from the Old Timer* Poop by Yates dinner, served in August by the Several new ones auxiliary, amounted to $170, according to the report of Mrs. David Parsons, She also reported that all surplus food from the dinner was taken to the Fayette county home. The school of instruction held by the new president, Mrs. Marvin Ingels, was followed by new business which included a discussion on how to conduct the collection of coffee strips. Those who wish may leave them with Mrs. A. F. Bergman. Plans were initiated for the fall sewing program which will be the making of hospital supplies. Anyone wishing to donate used sheets or will be am- elementary Harlan girls meet MAYNAflD—The Harlan NRG girls' 4-H club met Saturday, Sopt. D, at the Community hall with 13 members present. It has Observe 25th anniversary MAYNARD — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hughson observed their 25th wedding anniversary, which was Tuesday, Sept. 19, by holding open house on Saturday, Sept. 16, at Seedorff's Cafeteria in Oelwein from 8 to 12 p. m. The former Margaret MeLeish, daughter of A- F. McLelsh and his deceased wife, and Mr. Hughson, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Hughson of Oelwein, were married Sept. 19, 1936, at tlalena, III. Since then they have farmed in the Maynard area. **" • Mr. and Mrs. Hughson have three children, Robert of Fairbank, Allen and Helen, both at home, and two grandsons. ANNUAL FALL SALE BEGINNING THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21 FOR 10 DAYS ONLY Watch For Catalog With FREE MERCHANDISE COUPON PACK OF 6 LIGHT BULBS Regularly $1.50 97c No. 14 Aluminum GRAIN SCOOP Free Gloves $5.87 HAMILTON HARDWARE Maynard, Iowa CUTS WASTE AND SAVES YOU MONEY Slop wasting material! by on-the-job mixing I 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 Blauson. Mgr. | : | Phona 47 — Maynard, Iowa It 's NEW! "Next Summer You Will Be Dang Atomic Electric Power!" Interstate Power and 9 Other Investor-Owned Utilities' 66,000 KW Pathfinder Atomic Power Plant to Start Producing Electricity for You in the Summer of 1962 HEDDY KILOWATT, your faithful, hardworking helper, kAi proudly makes thia Progress W Report. Work on your atomic v£uviii m «£L power plant is progressing on ** r «ie* schedule and 1962 will gee you using "power from the atoral" The atomicpower plant—aptly named "Pathfinder" — is located near Sioux Falls, South Dakota. Major interconnections will permit energy produced by Pathfinder to flow into Interstate* trans mission system — to furnish electric power to your homes, farms, plants and buai- ' nesses, to be used for your needs, t ' If s All Bright Ahead! » . Reddy Kilowatt says: "My bosses will" always be ready to furnish you with all the power you want, all the time. Now they're putting the atom to work for yout Tomorrow's needs are being planned for and met. There will always be progress and planning for your bright electric future! It's a promise .. . depend on it!"
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