Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 21, 1957 · Page 3
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tit* i»EffS AH The regular Ladies Aid meeting will be Friday, Nov. 22 with Mrs. Aulden Wilson. Roll call, a Bible verse. Devotions, Mrs. Joy Copenhagen. Program, Mrs. Russell Dickinson. . . • • The Volga Valley club met Thursday with Mrs. Russell Po- nenhaRen. Eight members answered Roll call with a Thanksgiving poem. Mrs. Joy Popenhagen had some contests. Officers elected Mrs. Earl Stanard President, Mrs. Jim Davis Vlce-pres., Mrs. Don Murply, Sec. and Mrs. Ray Warner, Treasurer. • * • , • James Gage arrived home last week having completed six months training with the National Guard at Camp Jackson, South Carolina. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis and Alan visited Sunday in the Parker Davis home. • • « • Funeral services for Grover Lambert, Sycamore, 111., a long time resident here, were held nt Fayette Saturday afternoon. 1957 The Centei I.m-stu.-k 4-H dub met Monday ' vi iun<j,, N OV 11 ;i t the home of linn; worked in t!,, ,, Julius Winner stration on "II, iu- halters." Lviih'h Mrs. Lee Oaki-.. LaWni Wrgne'r is reporter. PANCAKES KNOW NO LIMITS -, | Oakr Thrv , vnin | books. : .;i\v a demon- in m;iki- rope \va- srivrd by ' MH. AND MRS. ROBERT JOHNSON are pictured above following their marriage at the Grace Lutheran Church in Fayette on 10 November. (Courtesy Register) PLUMBING HEATING Frank Edmonds last Saturday to help them celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary which was Sunday, Nov. 10. Sewing Cinlr will m , ,.| Tuesday, Nov. :!i; with Mrs. licssic Odekirk. The Woman's Hrhrf C'cn-ps social meeting will l,c held ;it (he home of Mrs. IVtr ! I, >, •finer Friday afternomi. Nnv 21!. Mrs. Donna Johnson will ,I.MM as co hostess. « • • Funeral .-• rvicrs were held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Haiula- lia Methodist church for Mrs. Adeline Miner. !)4. a former resident of the RanJah.i and Oelwein vicinity. M •*. M,nn died Thursday inorn.n^ a: Mar.nn Indiana. where s! e I. ml m: de IHT home with her da'igliter. !l,i/.el Miner anJ Mrs. Mabel Lurwick. She is survived by three daughters and one son and 14 yr.ui K'hildren. Burial was in Dunham's Grove Cemetery. * * * • Giles'., for last Sunday dinner in the home of Hi v. and Mrs. Gait Hawhee in honor of the birthdays of Mr-;. Hawhee's mother, Mrn, Wind Cook and her brother, Charles Cook were: Mr. and MM. Cecil Conk and Pancakes of today are so dressed up that they properly go to lunch, supper and snacktlme, as well as breakfast. Cold winter weather calls for hot and hearty food to give the energy needed for enjoyable living. Special pancakes and glistening sausages are Just the right tempting fare for winter-sharpened appetites at almost any meal of the day. It's most Important to start with a good basic recipe for your pancake main course. By pouring fresh buttermilk Into pancake mix, you get the old-fashioned taste and tenderness obtained when buttermilk came from the home churn. So for this recipe, use a pancake mix that does not already contain buttermilk. BUTTERMILK PANCAKES 'j teaspoon soda 2 Mi cups buttermilk 1 W 3 tablespoon* melted butter 2 cups pancake mix Dissolve soda In buttermilk; add with unbeaten egg and butter to pancake mix, stirring lightly. Bake on hot, lightly greased griddle, turning only once. If you're i preparing a large batch and the batter tends to become thick on standing, add more buttermilk to thin It a little. While buttermilk pancakes aro light and tender, thfl addition of cottage cheese to I ha butter wilt make them even morn so, Ui;u one-half cup of the cream style cottage creese. You'll be surprised with the results. An Interesting and easy way to dress up buttermilk pancakes Is with cinnamon butter and applesauce. Serve them as "cinnamon apple pancakes." These are especially good for lunch or supper, although your family also would appreciate them to give variety to the first meal of the day. Cinnamon apple pancakes arc made by putting a generous portion of cooked or canned applesauce between two pancakes and topping with cinnamon butter. Those who delight in the taste of a dash of cinnamon on apple sauce, will hail these pancakes M a clever flavor combination. Butter, with its unmatched natural flavor, is alone a wonderful topping for pancakes. The addition of cinnamon provides a temptingly spicy touch. CINNAMON BUTTER (1 cup) !i cup butter 1 cup confectioner's sofBr 1H teaspoons cinnamon 2 teaspoons mlik Cream butter and sugar. Add cinnamon and milk and mix well. WIRING BOTTLE GAS Gene Wm. Singer \ Fayette, Iowa PHONE 247 FOR REPAIRS We have zippers, wristlets and new pockets. UNIVERSITY CLEANERS 100 N. Main — Phone 152 family and Mrs. Flora Hegwood of Dos Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Bill (Joebol of Harper's Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. Churles Cook and baby Billy Johnson, son \if Mrs. Donna Johnson, has employment in Fall Church, Virginia in the Technician. He plans to enter "Capitol Radio Engineering In- stitule in January. and Mr. and Mrs. Ward Cook of Mopar Inc. of Westinghousu Air Wuukon. Brake Corps, as an Electronic OBITUARY Bruliant gems for "HER $1 VANITY FAIR Electric Record Player and Records LAZY SUSANS Metal, Glass $3.95 - 18.95 DAVIS REXALL STORE Browsers'ii Basement CARAFES — 8 — 16 cup $3.95-7.95 CHROMEPLATED Sugar, Cream' Tray $5.95 to $9.95 A Kromex PANTRY PARTNER 4 I* Set $10.95 PROCTOR AUTOMATIC TOASTER $15.95 TOMORROW'S SPIO/AL SPECIALS GOOD TIL THANKSGIVING Rath's PURE LARD 4 & 89c Folgers INSTANT COFFEE 49c Folgers, Butternut COFFEE ,b. 89c Lobby's FRUIT COCKTAIL 4 c.n.$1.00 Del Clara SEEDLESS RAISINS 24 oz on _ pkg. «Jt/l> Sno Boy 1 Q^ CRANBERRIES Ib. liJC Calif. Pascal CELERY __ plastic . wrap $2.29 ^Squeeze Me Pigs Caldak Tray Tables 4 with Rack "Country Auction" "Nassau" $9.95 U.S. No. 1 WHITE POTATOES lbs. THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 Fayette, Iowa H. A. Schmidt George Grover Lamteri George Grover Lambert was born on a farm near Lima, Iowa, to George and Rose Anna Mathew Lambert on December 1, U192. He passed away in his home in Sycamore. III.. November 13, 1057, at'.or several months illness. In his youth he joined the Methodist Church i n Lima, and later transfered his membership to the Methodist Church in Sycamore. 111. On December 5, 1917 he was married to Elsie Mae Chittenden in Fayette, Iowa. He moved with his wife to a farm near Lima. The marriage was blessed by four sons and two daughters. He continued fanning until about thirteen years ago when he moved to Sycamore, 111. There he was employed by the Anaconda Wire and Cable Co. until his ix-cunt illness. "",'. Tho.se remaining to mourn his passing are his wife, three sons, Richard of Plato Center, III.; Robert of Fayette, Iowa; Ronald of Hopkinion, Iowa; two daughters, Mrs. J. U. Doughty (Dorothy) of Hampshire, 111.; Mrs. Paul Cave (Agnes) of Sycamore, 111.; and two sisters, Mrs. V. M. Wallace of Rosco, 111.; and Mrs. Polly McFarlane of Fayette, la.; and twenty-one grandchildren, as well as many friends. He was preceeded in death by his parents and one son, Donald Francis, who died in infancy. MAVNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 CHEMISTRY $&95 to S9 MEMO TO you IF YOU • Are hard to pi**** • Have everything • Like the unusual •••;• Delight in giving novel gift* • Are gadget minded THEN — Our store isjust the place for you to shop. TOY TELEPHONES 98c to $2.69 FRICTION CARS 98c 0 to 1Y B and others N TOY MUSICAL GIFTS Accordion, Xylophqne Ukelele $4.95 TOTS LAMP Fayette Theater THURS. FRI. SAT. NOV. 21 — 22 — 23 IN _ BURT LANCASTER HI KATHARINE .HEPBURN I "THE RAINMAKER" ij A heartful of happiness and Jl drama! (In Technicolqr) li! ««» "I sure miss my wife's cooking . .. every chance I get!" Why not bring your wife in, please We'll slip her our best recipes 1 DRIVE IN We will stop the Show and announce the Thank Kite "Dinners. »*.«««> SUN. MON. TUBS. NOV. 24 — 25 — 26 JAMES MAC ARTHUR K|M HUNTER JAMES DALY IN "THE YOUNG STRANGER" Do you really know your son?

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