Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 4
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April 20, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Lnnier- man of Eldorn. spent the weekend of April 9 in the home of his parents, the Joe Langerman's. — #—• Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Lamport, Don Rees, Mike Denner and Mrs. Stella Paul, attended the senior class play at Aplington under the direction of William Hultman on Wednesday evening April 12. — •— Mrs. Mary Smith visited a few days last week in the Herman Hall home in Oelwein, and with other relatives. —• — Miss Ella Foxwell was quite ill last week. — •— Mrs. Mildred Timm visited from Wednesday to Sunday in the Donald Sieleman nemo at Mason City and Bryce Timm home at Lake Mills. ners were Monday dinner guests in the Oldfather home. Roger 1; with Delta Airlines. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zupkc returned Sunday from a two weeks visit in the home of friends, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnson, Tullos, La —•— A group of friends gathered Friday afterroon at the home of Mrs. John Hofer, to help her celebrate her birthday anniversary. Those present were: Mesdames Eldred Dumermuth, Don Durfey, Charles Webb, Alva Chase, Earl Aanes, Ronald Ash and Lloyd Holtzman. Mrs. Chase brought the birthday cake. — m — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner and Mrs. Ben Turner went to Waterloo Sunday to see Ben who is at St. Francis hospital . Dr. and Mrs R. H. Hintz and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth Mrs. E. B. Thomas and children, "lied on her step-father Albert Clinton, and John Schmidt, Bullock of Oelwein. Friday ev- Sioux City, were called here last enmg. Mr Bull.ck is leaving week to attend the funeral scr- soo , n '°. r Humbolt, Kansas to vices for their aunt, Mrs. Al ™ ke »" s home_with a brother. Ascheim, Chicago, on Saturday at Belles-Wright funeral home, and also visited their sister and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold HJeth were guests in the Ora Menney home, near Dsnnan, Saturday brother Mary and Harold cvonmg . Mrs . Menney is home Schmidt. Mrs. Lydia Stearns has return- now from the Sumner hospital, _ where she was a patient for a ed to her"home'cn South Main number of weeks, street after staying last winter in A , number" from Fayette the home of her daughter, Mrs. attonde | tho Volga Ridei , s to „ c uecii Davis. sale in wadona Saturday even- Mr. and Mrs. James McCarron, ' n 8- Independence, spent the week- The Junior 7s *n"i^r Banquet is end here doing spring clean up he]d Saturd c4vening work at theirj-esidence. Apri , 22 at the Fa / m Burea * Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cain and building. There will be a dance family, Winona, Minn., and Mr. afterwards at the gym. and Mrs. John Corkery and fam- — ily, Armstrong, are expected this Philip J. Lorenz Sr., of At- weekend at the parental Harry lanta, •Ga., arrived Monday, April Corkery home. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Potter visited over the weekend in the Loel Timm home in Des Moines. 17, for a few weeks visit with his son Philip Lorenz Jr., and family. Mrs. Lowell Skinner returned home Sunday from the Sumner — •— hospital. She is convalescing in Gary Warner did not pass his the home of her parents, the physical at Des Moines so is Roscoe Cousins, home again. —•— — •— Pvt. Lowell Skinner left Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poor, day for Colorado, where he will Arlington, are temporarily mov- be stationed. ing back to the farm they sold • to her nephew, Arthur Home- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Knobel of wood, until he can take over lat- Chicago, Mr- and Mrs. Joey Knoer this summer when he gets bel, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tesar out of service. of Marquette, were Sunday visi- — •— tors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Rudolph, Juneau ,Wis., j oy Lamphier. Mr. and Mrs. Har- came last week for a visit in the ry Lamphier o£ LaPorte visited home of his sister Mrs- S. E. there on Saturday. Campbell, and all went Saturday • to Sioux City, Neb., to visit in Dinner guests Saturday in the the home of e /ic/r aisur, Mrs. Jim Leveringtdn home were: Mr. Harry Holtsapple, for several and Mrs. Rex Leverington and days. John James, Fairbank; Maude Fox and Roy Leverington, Oel- Mrs. Mildred Miller, Waterloo, wein; Charles Leverington, of is visiting in the home of her son, California; Mr. and Mrs. 'Bob Rev. and Mrs^Richard Jamison. p e ttit. Independence; Mrs. Dale Mrs. Vema Trusty, Rockford, ^^.West ™° n; ^ J"!? 111., visited the past week in the Edgar Moore . Ke ?, de11 ' home of her daughter, Mrs. Har- Wise.; Mr. and Mrs Clyde Haun ry Schneider, who took her ° c } wein ' * nd Mcr ' an ? Mrs " mother home on Friday and will W . lU Leverington, Sr of near visit over the weekend with her L i m ^ dTinner . w f ln 1 ? onor sister Irene and in the homes of f Charle * Leverington, who is her brother Eugene Trusty and v ' sltln * hls swter - Mrs " another sister, Mrs. Robert Shoe- Uyae mun maker and family^ Philathea Society wjJJ meet Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Butts, Des W .^ n ^ day V 26 at 12:16 • Moires, visited over Saturday with Mrs. Jake Yearout. night in the parental Shirley ¥1 , , , Butts home. Harlan club meets Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis and William visited Saturday night and Sunday in the home of their daughter and sister Mrs. Richard Hulse, at Marshalltown. — m — Mrs. Mabel Porter has been staying part time with her sister Mrs. Tenny Ladd, who is very ill in Waterloo. —«— Mr. and Mrs. Roger Oldfather, Chicago, 111., came Friday night for a visit in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Turner, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Oldfather. The Tur- MAYNARD — The Harlan Livestock 4-H club met at the Community hall Thursday evening, April 6, for itfe regular monthly meeting. There were 23 members present. Jim Buhr and Wayne Harrington were appointed as a committee to learn more about the club tour being planned for June. • On the program was a discussion on "The Importance of Good Seed to Agriculture" by Paul Clark and a demonstration of "Hard Seeds" by Dick Brownell. Gary Gamier was in charge of the recreation hour. WHEN YOU THINK OF PLUMBING THINK OF US . . . SIS' 0|0 fi< COMPLETE INSTALLATION ON ALL TYPES OF FURNACES If you're thinking of installing Natural Gas in your home, call us now for free estimate!. We guarantee our work and service. Donald Vondersee PLUMBING and HEATING when buying is also building Do you ever drive long distances to a BIG CITY to shop for "bargains"? If so, you're beating yourself tor nothing, because the biggest Bargains can be had right here from your local merchants. Here's why: Every dollar you spend in our town does double duty . . . gives you a bonus purchase. For it makes you a partner of our hometown merchants in building a better community for you and your family to live in. The educational, recreational and health facilities we need for better living come mostly from the taxes paid by local businessmen. The more business they do, the more taxes they pay; the more taxes they pay, the more of the good things of life will be ours. So doesn't it make sense to keep your shopping dollars at home, especially when the quality, style, selection and price of the merchandise offered are just as favorable? THIS MESSAGE IS PUBLISHED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY: sans cats*? HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING ALL YOUR SHOPPING LOCALLY When you buy from yow hometown merchants you get: 1. HONEST VALUtt*.\ 2. AMPLE SELECTION 3. INSTANT DELIVERY* SERVICE AND ADXJSTMCT 4. MORE PERSONAL AND FRIENDLIER TREATMENT 5. SAVING OF TIME 6. RELIEF FROM COSTlt TRAVEL y - r adit ' ^_ ft, FREEDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS 8. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLING CROWDS SO. THE CHANCE TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY BY PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HIRE THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANT S WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE OTTS DRIVE - IN DtT f 'O Cimnn ...... OTTS DRIVE • IN Phone 192 DUMERMUTH AND FAY Phone 207 WILLIAMS LOCKER Phone 64 ZABRISK1ES GARAGE Phone 80 MAURER'S SHOES ANl> CLOTHING Phone 263 E. A. BILLINGS Postmaster DANIELS DRUG STORE Phone 163 MC LEESE - LEYTZE FURNITURE - APPLIANCE Phone 160 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 MUUINS SPORT SHOP YANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 BUI'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 DOCS BARBER SHOP MAPLE MOTEL Phone 264-R2 PIXLER'S FARM STORE FAYETTE THEATER HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 SMITH AND SONS GROCERY Phone 7 :W ••*>* FARM BBRJAUJISUMHCE FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER COi t " m. THRIFTY FOOD iPhone 81 till . > • t u^. -. Phone 20$ mm

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