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September 28, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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Maynard News Volume I, Number 17 Thursday, September 28, 1961 Parent • Teachers group holds Reception for school teachers MAYNARD — Approximately 300 persons attended the reception for the West Central teachers, held at the Community hall Monday evening, Sept. 13. The event, sponsored by the joint Parent - Teachers' associations of Randalia, Westgate and Maynard began with a 7 p. m. share-a-dish dinner at which the Rev. James Nelson, pastor of the Randalia Methodist church, gave the invocation. •Harry Art?iur, as master of ceremonies, opened the program by introducing the members of the school board of which he is president. The community singing was led by Mrs. Arthur with Ann Gilmer at the piano. Two piano solos were rendered by Mardene Davis and Ann Gilmer and a number of selections were played by the high school German band made up by Geraldine Berry, Sherla Beman, Beverly Hoehne, Judy Derr, Charles Smith and their instructor, Karen Bartachek. A musical pantomime was given by Cheryl Bodley, Kay Dugan, Judy Simpson and Charene Erickson. Members of the faculty were introduced by Supt. Wayne P. Truesdell and each presented a corsage or boutonniere by Mrs. Harold Meyer and Mrs. Ivan Garnier. Committees planning and carrying out the evening's program included the following: Decorations, Mrs. Arthur Thompson, Mrs. Harold Meyer, Mrs. Wilbert Puls; program — Mrs. Harvey Baker, Mrs. Arthur. Mrs. Carl R. Carlsen; dinner — Mrs. James Hamilton, Mrs. Russell Mullins, Mrs. Walter Parsons, Mrs. Ralph Jipson, Mrs. Ted Lenius; corsages and boutonnieres — Mrs. Donald Fish, Mrs. David Wells, Mrs. Floyd Bark, Mrs. Elmer Knoedler, Mrs. Gamier. The waitresses for the dinner included Lois Albrecht, Sherla Beman, Beverly Hoehne, Geraldine Berry, Mary Lang, Mary Erickson, Judy Dcrr, Mardene Davis and Sandra Alshouse. The following have been appointed to carry out the work of the Parent - Teacher association for the remainder of the school year: Program commttce — Mrs. Gene Brownell, Mrs. Russell Mullins and Mrs. Leo Simpson; hospitality — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Fish, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. David Parsons; membership — Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Cumberland, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wagner; publicity chairman, Mrs. Edwin Erickson. Room mothers chairman, Mrs. Loraine Albrecht; for the kindergarten — Mrs. Maurice Hurd, Mrs. Clifford Baker, Mrs. Dalton Dahl; first grade — Mrs. John Birdnow, Mrs. Warron Rueber Mrs. Sam Crabtrec; second grade — Mrs. Paul Buenncke; third grade — Mrs. James Hamilton; fourth grade — Mrs. Vivian Hubbcll; fifth grade — Mrs. Lawrence Hurd; sixth grade — Mrs. Ted Bodley; seventh grade — Mrs. Frank Thyer; and eighth — Mrs. Robert Paulson. i I NO. OAK, !«l«l«<«»B»M»t*>«>»Mi WYO. i " i SO. OAK. i |-<w«imMM*Mii«<m«w^ i i * COIOIADQ NIW MIXICO Judy Derr To represent This county MAYNARD — Judy Dorr, a member of the West Central chapter of the Future Homemakers of America, was installed as a representative of the district four FHA at the district meeting at Hudson, Saturday, Sept. 23. Judy is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dorr, Arlington. Approximately 300 members, advisors and chapter mothers representing 12 northeast Iowa chapters were in attendance. The theme of the program was "Teen-age consumers be wise and organi/e". Ardyco Fett, Dysart, the state FHA president, reported on her trio to tiic national FHA convention in St. Louis last July. Mrs. Helen Mills of the Iowa State university home management staff, spoke on "How to get your money's worth in shopping". She said "In 1950 teen-agers spent 10 billion dollars on various consumer items and are therefore a very important part of the buying public in the United States." The West Centra) chapter was in charge of registration at the meeting. Patty Shadle, as retiring treasurer, took part in the business meeting and in the installation of new officers. Others from West Central who were present included Laurel Woods, Virginia Parsons, Gaycla Brunei-, Geraldine Knudson, Sandi Fick, Mardcno Davis, Jane Ashby, Joan Dohut, Loretta Hooger, Barbara Trcptow, Eleanor Arp, Nancy Rood, Ronee LariK, Elaine Barry, Kathy Barry, Carolce Eitol, Nicky Hughson, Marjoric Davis, Shirley Sanders, Elva Jean Sandors, Lois AlbiTi'ht, Mrs. August Polratz and Mrs. John Ingols, the chapter's advisor. at the Farm Bureau building, Fayette, at 8 p. m., Tuesday, Oct. 24, to which the ladies were invited by Mrs. Brownell. Mrs. Lang and the hostess prepared quick broads according to recipes from the leaflets handed out. These and samples of favorite recipes of quick and yeast breads brought by those present were served at the close of the mooting. Since the regular meeting date has boon changed to the fourth Tuesday of oath month, the next mooting will be on Oct. 24, at 1:30 p. m. with Mrs. Brownell. There will !><„• a plant and slip exchange at that meeting. sage presented Mrs. Rich was made by Mrs. Glen Nicholson and Mrs. Don Hartz. Others attending the courtesy included Mrs. Lestci Martin, Mrs. Tcna McCawley, Stella Knight, Mrs. Ann Nicholson, Mrs. Emma C. Swarts, Mrs. W. P. Trues- ii<'i|. Mrs. Hollis Windenburg, Mr.;. Frank Gilmer, Mrs. Lois Sorg, Mrs. Homer Bunn and Mrs. Evelyn Arthur. Farm Bureau Homemakers Elect officers for year MAYNARD — Mrs. Loraine Albrecht was hostess to 19 members of the Farm Bureau Homemakers of Harlan township who met in her home Thursday nf- tornoon, Sept. 21. The mooting opened with group singing of "Old Folks at Home" and "I've Boon Working on the Railroad" led by Mrs, Donald Fish. Officers re-elected for the 196162 Home makers' year are Mrs. Raymond Latin, t-hairman; Mrs, Gene Brownell, vice chairman; a-.id Mrs. Victor Steogc, publicity. Mrs. A. F. Bi'rpnan, reading chairman, read a list of books recommended by Mrs. Lester Moellor, Stanley, county reading chairman, for the coming year's reading project and others were suggested by those present. These will be purchased from the county women's library fund and circulated among the townships. Mrs. Charles Schlumbohm, of Aurora, county chairman of women's work, was present to explain the new Farm Bureau program and announced that instruction in the program will be given at the county workshop .in' ( Fayette on Monday, Oct. 0. She also showed slides of her \cg\s- lative tour taken in Washington," D. C., last March''. .,-.. i. Other announcements made were of the leadership "itrammg school to be held in Fayette", on Thursday, Sept. 28, and > of' the United Nations'observance' to. be Bertha Cue honored On 86th birthday MAYNARD — Mrs. Bertha Cue of Oelwein was honored Sunday, Sept. 24 at a family gathering at the Maynard Community hall in observance of her SHkh birthday anniversary, which was Sept. 23. Her four daughters, Mrs. L. A. Williams, Mrs. Don Fox, both of Oelwotn, Mrs. Furnld Davis of Sumner, and Mrs. Nor) ih Hurd of Maynard, were hostesses for the courtesy which began with a dinner at noon. Tlii. birthday cake was baked hv Mrs. Hurd. Other members of her immediate family pn.sent were two ons, Harold i.f V/<-;'.:"'tf. nil,'. Al nf Oelwein; a step daughter, Mrs. Orland Lewi-, ;_,hell".buru; a si"; son, Harry Cue, C.-'woin; and two sisters in law, Mrs. Maude Cue, Shellsburg, and Mrs. Fred Soclen, Urbana, both past BO. Three sons were unable to be present. Other towns represented by the 75 persons present included Randalia, Independence, Waterloo, Center Point, Cedar Rapids, and Albert Lea, Minn. Women's Bowling Lucky Hawks Jolly Joes Odd Balls Ten Pins Panhandk rs ' : "; k and Rollers I! 1(1.—Jo Heidrick H I.S.—Lila StrectiM- H.T.G.—Lucky Hawks H.T.S.—Lucky Hawks W 3 3 2 2 1 1 their annual fall invitational ride Sunday, Oct. 1, starting from the Wadena Sales barn. There will be a picnic dinner at 11:30 a. m. with the ride at 12:30 sharp. Mrs. Mildred Miner and family, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker were afternoon and supper guests Sunday at the Harold Vandersee home in Oelwein honoring - Le- Ann's first birthday. The Don Vandersee family were dinner and afternoon guests. 1 Sunday dinner guests of Mr. j and Mrs. Jacob Yearous were 2 their son, Charles and family, and 2 afternoon visitors were his bro- 3 thcr, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Year- 3 ous of Elgin. 194 445 Waldo Walker has been hos- 757 pitalized in Palmer Memorial hos- 2112 Pital f°r observation and treatment. Martha circle group Honors Bertha Rich .MAYNARD' . —:. Mrs. Bertha Rich was surprised Tuesday /afternoon, , Sept. 19, when members ,.pf the Martha circle of the WSCS of which she is a member, mot .at-hev'home^for ; a social hour,in ho'n'o'r of'her'80th birthday' mini-' vorsary, which' was Sunday the ,mh. / -. ;1 - _;,'• •••, i 'The' birthday;cake was baked ,'by : Mrs/ x Jesse Luloff and,the cor- Men s Bowling W L fcmdalia . .. 7 1 ( n hnat'-r B 2 ' ' •!]..!,! Oi! .5 3 , '. •) '." : •• -.53 •iupur Valu 4 4 < 'irrmon . 35 i.t's Drive - In 1 7 - t!ion 1 7 1 I.G.— Bob Daniels 210 I.I.S.— Bob Daniels 520 I.T.G.— Vandersee 988 -I.T.S.— Randalia 2851 LOCALS 'Pie German Mutual Insurance issoriutiun, division four, will meet Thursday evening at the Jay Potter home. 0 The Volga River Riders gold iiond project workers will hold GUITE'S Ceptic Tank Service Oelwein, Iowa Phone 1504-J MISSION CIRCLE TO MEET The Mission Circle of the 3race Lutheran church will meet 1'hursday, Oct. 5, at 2 p. m. at the :hurch. Hostesses will be Mrs. Luella schroeder and Mrs. Bethel Sieck. FAYETTE THEATRE Friday and Saturday Sept. 28 - 29 - 30 BURT LANCASTER DINA MERRILL, SHELLEY WINTERS THE YOUNG SAVAGES Sun - Mon - Tue* Oct 1 - 2 - 3 ROBERT MITCHUM MARTHA HYER JACK WEBB LAsfnME t SAW ARCHIE •» •*•* t A ARK. TIXA1 \ NORTHERN NATURAL Gas Company's pipeline network stretches from the supply area in New Mexico, Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas to its market area where it serves 511 communities with natural gas. Fayette is One of the latest in il» eonrice area. -&»*} Feeds and Ingredients CWT CUSTOMIZED FEEDS 16% Pig Starter - Grower -------------- $3.80 14% Pig Grower _____________________ 3.50 12% Hog Finisher . ........... --------- 3.00 16% All Math Layer _ ...... ------ ...... 3.40 14% Dairy Feed __________________ — - 3.25 32% Dairy Feed ---------------------- 4.70 32% Cattle Supplement ---------------- 4.40 INGREDIENTS CWT. TON O. P. Soybean Meal _____________ 4.50 88.00 Solvent Soybean Meal ________ - 4.20 82.00 60% Tankage ____ ..... - ...... 5.45 108.00 50% Protein Blend __ .......... 5.20 104.00 Wheat Middling* _______ ....... 2.35 47.00 Wheat Bran .... ........... — 2.40 48.00 Steamed Bone Meal ........ -— 5.80 116.00 Shell Builder 38% Calcium ------ 1.60 AUU PRICES F.O.B. FAYETTE Tenns. N«4 Cash ••. Prices Effect}™ to 1 OoJ, 5 . ^ MUTRI-PAK COMPANY PhOM 145 — F»y«tt», Iowa This cake frosting cost 260 to make... The butter in it cost 5 7 /io* more than a cheap spread would have cost... You'll be glad you use Watch the {Dinah Shore Show, Oct. 0, NBC-TV Real butter always gives you so much more to be glad about—flavor, freshness and pure cream goodness.With butter you know that all the sifting, mixing and baking will turn out better. Whea butter costs so little more (really only a few pennies more in any dish) you ought to use it every time. v «, ' ' AMERICAN Piiay ASSOCIATION .w IOWA Cox «MWi . fcO -V «W^1£ "ftla

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