Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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Fayvtto Leader Page 3 Thunday, AprU 27. 1961 a Newt, Center Do-R-Best 4-H girls club held their better grooming contest last week at the home of Mrs. Harry Arthur. Doris Alley, the senior girl winner, with two red and one blue ribbons n- warded in that division. Gloria Dobbs was the junior winner. Seven blue and seven red ribbons were awarded in the junior class. The winners will represent their club in the grooming event to be held at the 4-H Rally Day. Judges were Mrs. R. Strong IHyria township, and Mrs. N. Barth, teacher from North High. Sheila Sullivan was chosen delegate to the state convention at Ames. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet May 3 in the church social room with Mrs. Clifford Anderson and Mrs. Pearl Nading hostesses. Leaders of the program "Our Threefold Pledges" will be Mrs. Deanc Davis and Mrs. Leslie Davis. Roll call is to be answered by "child- rens cute comments,,. The Sewing circle met Tuesday for a pot luck dinner with Mrs. Darrell Austin. Attending the Dubuque District meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service at Oelwein Tuesday were Mrs. Harriet Smith, Mrs. Lee Jellings, Mrs. Kenneth Nading, Mrs. J. W. Frye, Mrs. Carrie Talcott, Mrs. Dale Gordon, Mrs. Blanche Knight, Mrs. Floyd Nading. Mrs. Clifford Anderson is the chairman at Center Township for the Cancer Society. Mrs. Howard, Sullivan, who has been chairman for five years and a worker 11 years, resigned. Dean Jellings visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings Tuesday evening and Wednesday, enroute from Poughkeepsic, New York to Rochester, Minn., where he has been transferred by the I. B. M. Saturday was cleanup day in town, several loads of debris and junk was hauled away by Darrel Benter with his dump truck. A pot luck dinner was served in the fire station. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Neil of Nora Springs, Mrs. George Granneman and family of Oelwein, were Sunday visitors in the Pete Hoepfner home. Mrs. Ben Turner was a Fri. day morning caller of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen in Fayette. Etna Oakes submitted to surgery Monday at Schoitz hospital in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Niles Patton are the parents of a son born April 23 in the Sumner hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosenbaum are the parents of a 7 lb.-15 oz. girl bom April 23 in the Oelwein hospital. They now have three girls and a boy. Mrs. Charles McBride and Mrs. Ted Lenius were Saturday morning callers of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen at Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Ral^h Palmer of Independence were Sunday even- ng visitors in the Ralph Oakes home. Geraldine Franks, teacher in the Manchester school, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Franks. Kenneth Nading and Mrs. Ben Turner drove to Waterloo Sunday morning to get Ben Turner, a patient at St. Francis hospital for two weeks. He is getting a- ]ong satisfactorily. Mrs. Vern Arthur returned home Saturday from a visit with her daughters Mrs. Lowell Sherwood and Mrs. Paul McElnoy and families at Percival. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waskow, Evelyn and George, were Sunday dinner guests in the Leslie Oakes home. To be at Weal Union A representative of the Social Security Administration- District Office in Waterloo will be in West Union at the Court House on May 2, 9, 18, 23, and 31 from 10:00 a. m. to 12 w*m, according to Earl T. Johnson, District manager. The representative will assist persons who wish to file applications for federal old-age, survivors or disability insurance benefits, original and duplicate social security account number cards and employer identification numbers. Persons who prefer may call at the district office in Waterloo which is located in room 702 of the Black Hawk Building, W. 4th & Commercial fits. The telephone number ia A»«m* 4-1554. Lily Mrs. Joe M«nfeld, Sr. of Cas- cad« has what may toe a new tewwd for the helghth of an African Lily. The specimen measures 7 ft. 6 Inches from the bulb to the tip of the blossom- The bulb i» six years old and has produced ft blossom each year, growing without the aid of water or dirt. The «talk averaged 5 inches of growth each day after it reached 16 inchea. 100 Mr. William H. Campbell of Leon recently celebrated hte 100- th birthday. He has owned hi* own farm near Grand River for 73 year* and lived there until a year ago. While in Grand River - he MIU continued to manage his f wnv of 6M acre*. Vdu 'VUA/ L-X'WIY *— )W -, i) & Ovr meat managers liavc pledged to make only the finest ground beef it is possible to produce. They have pledged to make Super Valu ground beef only from lean, frcsb, boneless, pure beef with nothing added, nothing taken away. We are sure you'll enjoy its freslicr-by- far pure beef flavor. LL'S ER VALU 100% PURE "Value Selected" with S.V.T. U. S. D. A. Good STEAK U. S. D. A. BLADE ROAST Ib. Ib. Breasts . . . . ib. 69c Drums ib. 59c Thighs lb 59c Wings b . 39 C CRISP, TENDER 25 Free Stamps With 2 Packages FLAV-O-RITE COOKIES At The Regular Price 50 Free Stamps With A BROOM At The Regular Price BREAD Morton's IODIZED SALT PLAIN SALT lOc FRESH STRAWBERRIES 2 pinl . 59c PILLSBURY CRESCENT DINNER ROLLS 8 oz. pkg. 29c FLAV-O-RITE 2 loaves 31c Thursday — Friday — Saturday FRIDAY NIGHT SPECIAL FROM 6 TO 10 P. M. BANANAS pound Funk and Wagnall ENCYCLOPEDIAS Volumes 1 through 25 Are Available Now We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—S A. M. to 9 P. M- Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon Vegetable Beef — Chicken Noodle — Cream of Mushroom CAMPBELL'S SOUP Kellogg's CORN FLAKES BISQUICK Flav-O-Rite CHOCOLATE CHIPS White and Assorted NORTHERN TOWELS Ma Brown Hamburger Sliced DILL PICKLES Ma Brown Ol' Fashioned BREAD & BUTTER PICKLES Giant RINSO CANDY BARS for 12oz. 40 oz. 2 2 2 10 rolls jars for for 99c 23c 39c 29c 29c 49c 49c 69c 39c -- Save Your Cash Register Tapes With Each $7.50 Tape and 99c You Receive One T-V Tray FREE SAMPLING OF SANITARY CHEESE DIP AND POTATO CHIPS SAVE 2 WAV* LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS FRIDAY NIGHT OPENING In Cooperation With The Friday Night Opening Hours Of The Retail Stores In Fayette, Our Store Will Remain Open Ur.til 10 P. M. Each Friday Night. ALL SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS COME IN AND CHECK OUR Mystery Special

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