Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 5, 1962 · Page 3
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April 5, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Numerous subject* Discussed at meeting MAYNARD - Reclaiming Old Picture Frames, World Living, History of the Associated Country Women of the World, Australia and Brucellosis were subjects discussed by 14 Farm Bureau Homemakers of Harlan township when they met Tuesday afternoon, Mar. 26, with Mrs. Ivan Gamier. The meeting opened with the lesson on picture frames by Mrs. Gamier who gave a step by-step procedure on the most approved way of making an old frame look like new. She also gave instructions on what to consider in choosing a picture suitable for the refinished frame and when it is necessary to use a mat. Mrs. Raymond Arthur assisted in the presentation. A brief history of the A. C. W. W. was read by Mrs. Gamier who is the World Living chairman. It showed that rural women first organized in Sweden in 1933 and that the Pen Pal phase was initiated in 1836 at the conference held in Washington D. C. Since the next conference will be in Australia, some time is spent at each meeting on studying the country and people. At this meet- Ing Mrs. A. F. Bergman, reading chairman, reviewed the book, "Sara Dane" by Catherine Gaskin showing life as lived in that country by a woman from England. Mrs. M. J. Lein, healthful living chairman, conducted a quiz on the disease known as brucellosis or Bangs disease when found in animals and as undulant or Malta fever in man. During the brief business hour Mrs. Raymond Lang, township chairman reported on the dinner served by the group recently at Fayette and called for comments, favorable or otherwise, on the recent county Women's Day program. These comments will be /| considered by the committee planning next year's program. Plans were made for handwork at the April meeting to be with Mrs. Victor Steege. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Maynard Cub Scout* Hold Den meetings MAYNARD - All five Cub Scouts of Den 3 Pack 74 had a busy afternoon Monday, March 26, when their den mother, Mrs. Arnold Paul, after school. They made sparkplug rocket paper weights and they converted film boxes into match containers to be used during their camping trips next summer. They also began work on wall plaques by sanding cowboy boots and printing their names on them. These will be completed at the next meeting. The afternoon's activities closed with the living circle and treats by Mrs. Paul. Den 2 Pack 74 met the same afternoon with their den mother, Mrs. John Birdnow. They worked on their scrapbooks of favorite subjects which will be completed at home and brought to the next meeting. Mark Birdnow led the group in repeating the pledge of allegiance, the Cub Scout promise at the opening and the living circle (or the closing. Treats were served by Mrs. Birdnow. Future bride honored With shower Friday MAYNARD — Barbara Fish was honored Friday evening, Mar. 23, by 75 women from the Westgate, Hazleton and Maynard areas who met at the United Presbyterian church social rooms to present her with a shower of miscellaneous gifts. The program opened with two vocal selections, "A Wonderful Guy" and "In An Old Dutch Garden", by Beverly Hoehne, Patricia Shadle and Sandra Alshouse accompanied by Mrs. John Ingels. Mrs. Don Woods gave a reading on "Showers" and Mrs. Wilma Bartels read an orginal poem, "Along the Years with Barbara". Two contests were conducted by Mrs. Floyd Gilley and Mrs. Russell Mullins with honors going to Mrs. Andrew Gantenbein and Mrs. L. 0. Weston. The bride-to-be was assisted at the gift table by Laurel Woods Beverly Hoehne, Marcia Garnier and Karen Fish. Mrs. Carl R. Carlaen and Mrs. Louis Garnier poured at the serving table during the refreshment hour. 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