Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 13, 1961
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The Dorcas Lutheran aid were entertained in the home of Mrs Richard Erickjson Wednesday afternoon. Roll call was answered by ten members. There were four guests and several children present. The president conducted a short business meeting. The Bible Study was given by Mrs. Clifford Olson. Mrs. Ed Geinard read an article "Do you Count Your Blessings?" The meeting adjourned a|JJ lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Ed JellinKs and family, Marion, spent over the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jellings. Other guests on Sunday were — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Jellings and family, Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Jellings and family, Volga, and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Oldfathcr, Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clemas and granddaughter Sheri Clemas, Federal Dam, Minnesota, came Tuesday to visit Mrs. Clemas sister, Mrs. Elmer Struss and with Sheri's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Aeschliman. Mrs. Elmer Struss entertained the "Little Eight" club in her home Tuesday night. Prizes were won by — Mrs. Alia Bond, Mrs. Wilfred Bond, Mrs. Pearl Johnson and Mrs. Aulden Wilson. Mrs. Richard Aeschliman entertained the following guests Wednesday afternoon in honor of the second birthday of her son Robert, Mrs. William O'Laughlin and son Glen, Mrs. James Gelchrist, Mrs. Leo Herriman, Mrs. Phillip Caley, and Jeff, Mrs. Elmer Struss, Mrs. , Luther Crandall and Mrs. Frank Clemas and granddaughter Sheri, Federal Dam, Minnesota. The afternoon •w,as spent visiting. Robert opened his gifts and Mrs. Aeschliman served a delicious lunch, with a beautiful birthday cake baked in the shape of an elephant. The American Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion hall Thursday night. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag, singing "The Star Spangled Banner," and the preamble. Roll call was answered by eleven members. The secretary and treasurer both gave reports. The motion was made and seconded that we send twelve dollars ($12.00) Canteen book to our sponsored child for the year Gaunty Conference will be held at Hawkeye on Saturday, April 8, District Conference at Elkader on Saturday, Ajpril 15,' and the county meeting at Boot Hill, West Union, April 24. Plaps w,ere discussed for the, dinner Tuesday night that the auxiliary is serving the Interstate Power Co. The turkey dinner, May 11, was discussed. Kitchen Committee are — Mrs. Madge Murray and Mrs- Leo Herriman, dining room chairman, Mrs. William O'Laughlin and Mrs. Earl Little- Coffee Committee, Mrs. Arthur Herding and Mrs. James Gilchrist. TbA aJlWPni bauqupt which is. to be June 18 fc syjd held in toe schoQlgyifc was, djacuased and it wail \otifr tjiat w,e submit a menu™o th« alumni board. Mrs. Herrling and Mrs. Gilchrist are to look into the buying of new tables. Mrs. Murray is to buy some new dishes. Mrs. Murray then presented MRS. Richard Aeschliman with a post president pin, which will be dqne from now on, upon the retirement of each president. Canteen books to be sent in April are— Mrs. Phil Caley, Mrs. JcThnnie Erickson, Mrs. Elmer atruss, Mrs. George Alderson, MBS. John Frey and Mrs. Tom Sniffin. Lunch Committee for MJTy are — Mrs. O'Laughlin, Mrs. Caley and Mrs. Bill Merkle.. THie meeting adjourned and Byron Murray, who is home on leave, gave a very interesting taut on his duty on the submarine. Thank y»u Byron. Lunch ' was served by the committee. Sunday guesW in the. home of MB. aa&T«»fc2 Auldta,- Wilson, wire — Mr. and Mrs, Roger Cande* and family, Fontanella, Mr. art Mrs. Cornelius Yearous and Jilmie, Springville Mr. and M». Frank Poor, Arlington, Mr. an£ Mrs. Jim Weyant, Edgewood, and Mr. and Mrs. LaVem Mc- Clftvey and family, Wadena. Lallen Knox attended the directors meeting of the Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Comply, Thursday and Friday at Jewe* Langford was taken, to th» Univswlty Hospital at Iowa thi* week where he will re- B medical attention, r. and Mrs. Jamea Crandall Jtauhie, Ottumwa, spent the week end in the par, Luther Crandall home, services,, by the *.*! is a. icftle model of Foods with the Freshness of Spring . .. BILL'S SUPER VALU ^m f CRISP, LEAFY, SOLID HEADS fclhfc* Crisp lettuce salad adds zest to a meal H-y: 1 'A.* 5 **! '"*J' >- '•* each head The freshest tasting chicken you've ever eofen or DOUBLE YOUR MONEY BACK! 10 They're 1st Choice Govt. Grade "A" Frozen Fryer*. Cut-Up and Pan Ready. ^- ~ —-~" 2 - 2Yz Ib. Average EACH PRODUCE U. S. Number 1 RED POTATOES RADISHES GREEN ONIONS CUCUMBERS ALL MEAT SKINLfSS WIENERS GUS GLASER SKINLESS LB. Franks 45c Large, Chunk Style Bologna Ib. 39c ! R>V-O-RITE ASSORTED Van Camp 300 size PORK AND BEANS Ma Brown 9 oz. RED RASPBERRY JELLY Ma Brown 9 oz. 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