Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Maynar ews Volume i. No. 19 Thursday, October 26, 1961 Entertains Missionaries to Rhodesia 5: :• \y.~' V;:-f. .1 Troi. '-• i: i :v™or f, -bcr r.-..vrr.-£. Ort. 30. y.r«.. G-f.-rce Roberts. :>:•; j.-d her husband. ; ^t- .;cr-„.--.; llure mis- .r Rhoie^sa. South Af". j'.S ?.r.d 1907 respec- * turned to the United Ji:'v for a much need- *' ; R.'forts told the group of ? • e „i the many phases of their . c< there, some of the hum• incidents, a few of the pathetic ones, and of the prog- r. - that has been made in that area through the work of the Methodist conference. She also prepared a native dish of corn- rr.eal and greens and, served it African style, which included the f;n^'cr washing ceremony and the table grace in the native language. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. Ed W. Meyer. IVfrs. Isaac Paul and Mrs. Irving Patridge. Others prevent included Mrs. Mata Holm- vtium. Mrs. Wilma Bartels, Mrs. J. W. Judas, Mrs. Charlotte Rann^y. Mrs. Robert Ponsar, Mrs. Floyd Simpson, Mrs. Faye Cummings, Mrs. Carl Carlsen, Mrs. Herbert Meyer and Mrs. Anna Stooge. Auxiliary members meet; Hear reports of activities MAYNARD — Mrs. Bob Wilson, Fayette, and Mrs. Austin Hraton were guests of the 12 members of the American Legion auxiliary who met at the Community hull Tuesday, Oct. 10, for the regular monthly meeting. • The president, Mrs. Marvin Ingels, gave an account of the district conference held at Gutten- herg in September. Others from the local unit attending the conference were Mrs. Walter Suhr, Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mrs. Ray Arthur and Mrs. Delbert Glew. She also urged members to attend the United Nations Day program at tho Farm Bureau build- inn, Fayette, Tuesday, Oct. 24. Mrs. Walter Ehlers, membership chairman, reported a paid up membership to date of 32. A letter from Mrs. Zonona Wheat, Waukon, department president, was read giving a forward look at the year's work. It vyas voted to place an order for 625 small poppies and 50 large ones for use . next May, and to place a copy of the book, "Need A Lift", in the library at West Central. This is an educational scholarship book. On the refreshment committee for tho joint social hour with Legion members were Mrs. Harold Ault, Mrs. Grant Vargason and Mrs. Lee Oakes. 49 West Central gruels Have left Maynard MAYNARD — Thirty of the 49 members of the 1961 graduating class of the West Centra! Community high school have entered s.-rr.e collese. school of special ".ry.njng. the armed forces, or have employment away from Th^se entering college are: Na- :'-.;r. B?nier. Ellsworth Junior cv>"ege. Iowa Falls: Sandra Lauer. Ir.va State university. Ames: Judy Palmer. Judy Hoeger and Dennis Bigelow, Wartburg college, Waverly; Kent Hubbell, University of Dubuque. Dubuque: Shiela Paulson, State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls: Kay Leverington. State University of Iowa, Iowa City; Aileen Llewelyn and Charles Trotter, Upper Iowa university, Fayette. Kay Brownell and Ramona Pliester have entered nurse's training at St. Mary's hospital, Rochester, Minn.; Floy Crabtree at the Swedish American hospital, Rockford, 111.; and Barbara Schrader at Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo. Bessie Lundry is taking training as a beauty operator at the Pitze Beauty school, Waterloo, and Velda Poock and Beverly Potratz at Young's Beauty school in Des Moines. Linda Tellin and Karen Knudson have entered the School of Automation, Des Moines. Janet Gamier and Pat Potratz have enrolled at the Gates Business college, Waterloo. Ronette Bruner and Shirley Jipson, who took training this summer at the Personnel Institute, Omaha, Nebr., are now employed at Chicago, 111., and Washington, D. C, respectively. Those entering service are Bill Arthur and Bob Potratz in the navy and Bob Stohr in the air corps. Betty Arthur has employment in Des Moines, Mardello Parkinson in Cedar Falls and Lynda Whiteford in Minneapolis, Minn. Visit community library MAYNARD — Both morning and afternoon classes of the kindergarten of West Central and their teacher, Mrs. Lee Sleffen, visited tho Community library Monday, Oct. Hi. as a part of their study about "Community Helpers". They were shown some of the children's books, where they are found on the shelves and how to check them out for home use by members of the library board. On Tuesday, Oct. 17, they visited the fire station where Fire Chief Ray Wolfe showed them the fire trucks and explained the functions of the several items carried on the trucks. Brownell, Mrs. Warren Rucber and Mrs. Floyd Hennigcs. Work and storage centers Discussed at night school MAYNARD — "Planning Work and Storage Centers" was discussed by the women attending the adult night class at the Maynard school Monday evening, Oct. 23. Mrs. John Ingels led them in their discussions. The lesson for the men's class was "Soil Testing and the Milk Testing Program". The presentation was in charge of the Future Farmers of America of West Central. At the Oct. 16 meeting refreshments were served the 20 women and 18 men present, by Mrs. Gene Elect new officers MAYNARD The Future Teachers' association at West Central has elected Barbara Ross, president; Laurel Woods, vice president; and Sandra Alshouse, secretary - treasurer for this year. On tho constitution committee will be Mardene Davis, Gary Gamier and Sheila Bernan. Members of t'ne program committee will be Laurel Woods, Renee Lang and Patty Shadle. Richard Peder.son. teacher of English, world history and dramatics, is the sponsor of the FTA which is for those students interested in the teaching profession. To meet Tuesday MAYNARD — The Farm Bureau Homemakers of Harlan township will meet Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 24, in the home of Mrs. Gene Brownell for the lesson on "Planning Kitchens" with Mrs. A. F. Bergman and Mrs. Victor Steege as leaders. There will be an exchange of plants and slips. The regular meeting date will now be the fourth Tuesday of each month instead of the third Thursday as before. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE NRG girls meet MAYNARD — Harlan NRG girls' 4-H club met Saturday afternoon, Oct. 14, in the Community hall with 10 members present. Guests included Irene Henniges and Charlcne Rueber, two prospective members, at this first meeting of the club year. Mary Ann Hamilton and Karen Fish will be promoted to the senior group. An award day has been planned by the group for Friday, Nov. 2, when both the girls' and boys' 4-H clubs and their families will be invited to the pot-luck supper. The remainder of the meeting was spent in planning activities for the coming year. Home furnishings will be the project for the year. Lunch was served by Judy Simpson and her mother, Mrs. Leo Simpson. Honored with shower MAYNARD — Mae Louise Stromseth, of Decorah, was honored by relatives and friends of th* Maynard community at a prenuptial shower at the St. Paul's Lutheran church, Sunday afternoon, Oct. 22. The hostesses, Mrs. John Gantenbein, Mrs. Erwin Schrader and Mrs. Ernest Miehe provided the entertainment which included a "Wedding Verse" read by Mrs. 'Schrader, and two contests. High honors went to Mrs. Henry Schrader and Mrs. Melvin Doehr- ne, Readlyn. Assisting the bride-to-be at the gift table were Mrs. Don Molitor, Decorah, sister of the honoree, and Barbara Schrader. Miss Schrader presided at the serving table also. Miss Stromseth and Jack Judas will be married Saturday, Nov. 16, at the First Methodist church in Decorah. Hosts Ada reading circle MAYNARD — Mrs. George Betz was hostess to 16 members of the Ada Reading circle who met in her home Friday afternoon for the regular monthly meeting. As a step in developing the year's theme, "Iowa, A Century Ago", Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and Mrs. J. Fred Ingels told about some of "Our Fighting Men" and roll call was answered by naming a well-known soldier of the Civil War, or one from the local area, and telling something of his service. Not for one heating season—or two heating seasons—but for heating seasons that extend into a generation-that's the kind of heating economy you can rely on with Moncrief. For more than 55 years Moncrief owners have enjoyecMhe real value that's inherent in every Moncrief furnace. Today's models are styled and b>.<ilt to maintain this Moncrief economy reputation. Come in and let us explain why. Gene Wm. Singer Plumbing, Heating, Wiring FAYETTE, IOWA LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Morf left Monday, Oct. 23, for-thair home in Laguna Beach, Calif., after spending the past week in the home of her father, A. E. Knight. ti Virginia Henniges, who was -critically injured in a two-car iJiead-on crash north of Maynard .some time ago, has returned to „4AHen Memorial hospital in Waterloo, where she is a student | ; nurse. Mike McBride, who was lljfijured in the same accident, has jppturned'to the State College of p\ya, Cedar Falls, where he is a Bnior-t. Wfcii and,;Mrs. A. F, Bergman pentf'M* week-end in the home ! tfcetrson, Kenneth, and family, 'fteatoV III. jMnsy BayihondfcHall and Mrs. SJyde Renfrew jyere at Frank •till*.' P>-±.._J Sk • plQ, -Saturday, t an all-day Btrations by nchers and fch@! e ways, of uaL rials of the UnH hurch school*. 21, attend- ig of dem- ly school showing 'new ma- Bbyterian YOTO DOffl WAJffTfl NOTICE WE WISH TO ADVISE ALL OUR GOOD CUSTOMERS THAT BIG GAIN FEEDS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE AT THE FAYETTE SOY BEAN MILL. V MR. WAYNE LARSON WILL CALL ON YOU AND MAKE DELIVERIES DIRECTLY FROM THE PLANT AT WEST UNION. IF YOU NEED FEED BEFORE MR. 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