Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 27, 1961 · Page 9
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 9

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 27, 1961
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L O C A L S Mr. and Mrs. Keith Erir|<;.-t> of Tisgali. wove Saturday «iu..i s of Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkel. The Ericksons' and Hinkels' were former neighbors. —— •— The Volga River Riders Saddle club held their annual horse sale April 15, at the Wndena sale barn. A large crowd attended in spite of the weather. The officers The approaching marriage of their daughter. Marilyn Joan, to Duane D. Miner, son of Mrs. Mildred Miner of Fayette is being announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schrader of Sumner. Miss Schrader is employed in the offices of the Rath Packing Company, her fiance is employed ei the Zimmerman Ford garage in Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd 'Kerslen of Rt. 2 Traer, are announcing the •engagement of their daughter .JanU Elaine to Carleton W. ^'Kip" Knight II of Fayette. Miss Kersien, a senior student at Upper Iowa University, will leach in the Fayette Community School system next fall. Mr. Knight, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cartton Knight of Fayeite, is also a student At Upper Iowa couple will exchange vows ihe St Francis church Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Duckett of Independence, announce the engagement of Iheir daughter, Leta Joyce to Ensign Richard E. Holloway, ion of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Holloway of Evanston. IlL Miss Duckett attended Upper Iowa university and i» cuirrenlly employed by the Vallejo Land TUle Company in Vallejo, Calif. Ber fiance U a graduate of the University of Texas and ta currently serving in the United States Navy. A inimmer wedding l> planned at the Union church in Stanley. Fayette Leader Page 9 Thursday, April 27, 1981 of (he club held n meotiriK tne followiiin Sundny iit the Carroll Turner home to check up after the Iv.-rse sale. Mr. and Mr.s. Howard Roberts were feted at a surprise party Sunday, April 16, in honor of their 27th wedding anniversary. Those attending were: Eddie Roberts, Bill Spencer, Eddies r<.;mmato from Winona, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Junior Roberts family of Oelwein, Mrs. Will Landas and Carolyn, Miss Janis SchmiU and Ray McChanc. Many were unable to attend because of the bad weather. —• — Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Paul arc moving from the apartment over the store building they sold to the Epco Company to the rooms in the rear cf the Don Henry building, formerly the Schilling studio. —•— Dale Fry left Sunday for Garrison where he is employed by a construction Co. Mrs. Fry will Join him next week. Their trailer nouse was demolished in the ston-m Sunday. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and family went Friday to Chic., {o, 111., to attend the wedding of their friend Fred Carpenter and Edith Pine on Saturday afternoon. They returned Sunday. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Max Staffer went to Grundy Center Sunday and met their daughter, Mrs. Donald Brattebo and son Erie, West Des Moines, who are spending the week here while her hus. band is at Atlanta, Ga. —• — Mrs. Murice Everett, Albany, came home Saturday from LaValle, Wise., where she spent the winter in the home of her daughter, Mr.s. Lloyd Jones. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis went Friday to Marshalltown to see their new granddaughter, in the Richard Hulse home. Mr. Lewis came home Sunday. Mrs. Lewis remained fbr the week. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Percy Foster and family, Sumner, were supper guests Sunday in the Charles Lockard home. -"^e)~~ Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs visited during the weekend in the home of their son Ross and family at Soldier. While there they took a trip through Nebras- *ka and South Dakota. _~.^-_. Mrs. Glair Claxton, Mrs. Arthur Schlec and Mrs. Frank Thyer of Randalia, Mrs. Howard Sullivan, Fayette and Mrs. Robert Jaggard of Oelwein attended the Iowa annual meeting of the United Nations held at the Hotel Sheraton-Montrose, Cedar Rapids, April 22. _ _ Sunday guests in the Frank Downing home .were Mr. and Mrs. Don Cowning and family, of ^Fredricksburg. Mr. and Mrs. Carl King of Oelwein were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Naomi Hanson. —•— Visiting the Charles Nairn family is Mrs. Nairn's mother, Mrs. Z. R. Prentiss from Akron, Ohio. She has been here since the arrival of the Nairn's fourth child, Michael, born April 7. Week-end visitors were Mrs. .(Nairn's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Biege, also of Akron, Ohio. _0——. Mrs. William Merkle was appointed acting chairman for the Fayette chapter df the Jane Jefferson Democratic club of Fayette county, at the April 13 meeting in -Oelwein. ^ i _ j— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Merlin and Donna were supper guests Tuesday in the Harold Fox home in Stanley in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fox and family of Auxvasse, Mo- Merlin Roberts is now employed by the Winona Industries at Winona, Minn. Announce engagement Mr. and Mrs. Elmar McAhern, Waterloo, are announcing the engagement, of their daughter Lavonne to Forrest Bonjour, son of Mrs. Florence Bonjour and the late A. G. Bonjour. They plan a July wedding. ( Gene Wm. Singer FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247 PLUMBING HEATING WIRING CONTRACTOR WELCOME To Another New Business IN FAYETTE THE Beauty Box Salon We're happy to .welcome the new Beauty Box Salon to the Fayette business group. Their newly remodeled shop will certainly add to the appearance of our Main street, and to the variety of business places. We invite both the owner and the operator of the beauty salon to take part in our business promotions, our organizations, and also the social life of the Fayette community. We're sure they will be an asset to the town. With all of us working together, we're sure Fayette can grow and prosper, making it a very desirable place to live and to be in business. MRS. MAE ANDERSON The new Beauty Box Salon is owned by Mrs. Mae Anderson of Maynard. She has operated a beauty shop in Maynard for the past seven years, and has been a beautician for about 20 years. Mrs. Anderson plans to continue her shop in Maynard, and will help out in the Fayette shop only when needed. Beverly Thompson Patterson, who is also known in the Fayette and West Union area, will be in charge of the local shop. She is a graduate of the West Union high school, and also of the Young's School of Beauty in Waterloo. Beverly and her husband are at present living in Tripoli. The new beauty salon, located in the building iust south of the University cleaners, will feature a complete beauty service. BEVERLY PATTERSON THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE DR. SCOn UNGE Phone 101 HOWARD'S RADIO AND T-V Phone 265 HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 riE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 FAYETTE STONE CO. Phone 73 JFAYETTE SPEED WASH Phone Red 182 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 68 DUMERMUTH AND FAY Phone 207 DR. E. J. DAHLOUIST Phone 171 FAYETTE THEATER COFFEE NOOK Phone 8 BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME ^^ Phone 199 NUTRI - PAK FEED COMPANY Phone 145 UNITED WINDOW CO. Phone 31 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE Phone 80 LEYTZE FURNITURE - APPJJANCE GAY'S BARBER SHOP Phone 279 WALKER FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP Phone 39 MAE'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 150 PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Phone 266 WILKE AND WILKE PRODUCE Phone 9 LA. BILLINGS Postmaster FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Phone ll-R-2 DUWE APPLIANCE AND REPAIR Lawn Mower Engine Repairing VANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 HEINEMAN TEXACO Phone 35 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 OTTS DRIVE" IN Phone 192 FAYETTE HOG BUYING STATION Phone 183 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING

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