Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 4, 1961
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The Ladies Altar Society of home of Mrs. Robert Allan in St. Joseph's parish met in the Arlington, Tuesday evening with Mrs. Lillian Walters as co-hostess. There were 15 members in attendance and the Rev. Convad Schallau, Mrs. John Erickson, vice president was in charge of the meeting. Mrs. Lyle Kuhens and Mrs. Robert Klingman reported on the Mental Health Institute open house they attended at Independence earlier in the month. Mrs. John Erickson read a request from Foreign Relief Committee for buttons and First Communion dresses that could be used by the missions. Mrs. Robert Allan and Mrs. Lillian Walters reported on Federal aid to Education material. Final plans were dissussed for the annual May Breakfast, which will be served by the organization Sunday, May 7. This will be served in the Legion hall, serving from 7 A. M. until all are served. A white elephant sale and lunch closed the evening's meeting. Mrs. Madge Murray, Mrs. Richard Erickson, Mrs. Earl Livingston, Mrs. James Gilchrist, Mrs. Leo Herriman, Mrs. Phillip Caley and Mrs. Clement Messeili, attended the Fayette county American Legion and auxiliary meeting held Monday night at Pcot Hill in West Union. Mrs. Elmer Struss «and Mrs. Robert Klingman, left Friday evening to attend the "The America Martyrs Retreat" held in Cedar Falls through Sunday. Walter Cook received word Thursday of the death of his bmther-in-law, Al Kieger of St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Cook, Lamont, and Walter, left Friday and will attend the services there Saturday morning. Mrs. Keiger was the former Ella Ccek. The W. M. A. missionary association met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Wallace Mayhugh. Roll call, a topic event was answere'd by nine members, and three guests, Miss Nettie Birdsell, a former missionary from Africa, and Miss Abbie Swales, Garden Prairie, and Mrs. Anderson, West Union. The program "Into AH the World as Evangelicals" was presented by Mrs. Mayhugh. The business meeting was held and lunch was served by Mrs. Mayhugh. Mrs. Arthur Herrling, Mrs. Harold Popenhagen, Mrs. Sidney Corbin, Mrs. Will Frey and Mrs. Lindy Frey attended the Presby- terial meeting held in the West Minister church, Cedar Rapids on Wednesday. Mrs. John DeLong, Clear Lake and Mrs. John Fay, Fayette, spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. DeLong's sister, Mrs. William Corkery. Wadena Cub Seoul Pack 120 held its Pack meeting on Monday afternoon. It opened with the flag ceremony. The Cubs had on display a variety of aeroplanes made during the rr^nth. Highlights of the evening was a "Pine Derby Race". Each Scout entered a race car. Winners were first — Timmy Baldwin, Second — Gary Jennings and third — Toni Jo Baldwin. There was some discussion on taking a trip to Water- V-o to a Scout meeting. Den mothers are — Mrs. Bernard Roys and Mrs. Harold Halvcrson. The meeting closed with the living Circle after which lunch was served . Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Roys and family went to Hopkinton Sunday chore they attended upon house for Mrs. Hoys grandmother, Mrs. Anna Poor, who was celebrating her 90th birthday. Mrs. Poor is a former Wudena resident. Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Bond were all day Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Goodenbour, Waterloo. The Thursday Reading Circle will hold their Mother's Day one o'clock luncheon in the church social room May 11. Reception committee .'ice Mrs. W. A. Schroe- cler and Mrs. Neil Ingersoil. Program committee, Mrs. Lee Jellings and Mrs. James McSween- cy. Menu committee, Mrs. Vcrn Arthur, and Mrs. Sadie Woods. J. Gibson Winans will show .-•1'des of Japan, Formosa and Nepal India May 13 at 7:30 p.m. in the church. Anyone is welcome to see these pictures. The Parent-Teachers meeting wa.s held last Monday evening, he first grade pupils unrlor the direct ion of Mrs. Ruby Pieper performed a ranee "Glow Worm" performed <i dance "Glow \\VTm." Officers elected wore Mrs. Elmer Knocdlcr, president; illr.s. Deane Davis, vice-president; Mrs. Floyd Henniges, secretary- treasurtT. Exhibits of the pupils work was enjoyed by the parents and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, Phillip and Debra attended the wedding of their neice and «:TTnppTc:mo HPCTTT T<J Cousin. Lois Wcods and Jim Bus- SURPRISING RESULTS by at ^ Melhodist church in THY LEADER WANT ADS Maynard. Sunday, afternoon Phillips was candle lighter. Highway pal Mlrlllbri- n| force since Debra Thy or v.-.v. .111 guest of Joy Lc-uui- at UV--tgjie Thursday night. Tom Gildner \v;i-. a SaUiidnv caller in the l.ee Oukes home. He left Sunday fur Camp Dod^e at DPS Moim-, when' he will pttencl a five ucek> (ramim; period for the I. trol. Ho has 1:. the Stunner p lire fi Dec. 15. 19fiO. They h;ive stnred their household i;niul> and !u.< wife ;iml f;nnily ,ne si.-iyiiu: wild her parents. The M. Y. F. lak^l t! yai'd Sunday ;.;i'i i],i,, n supper in the rluiirh. Mr. and Mr.. Dale Celwvin were Ki iday evening visitors u-f Mr. and Mis. Hen Turner. Bunco w;is played at five les at the Wdinan'.- IJelief ( soi'inl meelitiK l''ndav aftc i at the home i'f Mi. (Jdir.i;!' Cai- Icy in M;iyn:nd. Mi•..:. Iinnna Johnson received ini;h. Mrs. '1'ay- lor I3ri(<Ks, low and Mrs. Dale Wolfe of Oelwcm. Imno- Mrs. Pearl Nadiuj; spent the weekend with her sisti r Mr.,. Bert Hnrkun in O. hvem. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth U'illnir and Robin of IMnt Mound were weekend visilnis in the K. R. Wilbui- home. Mrs. Ruby I,.usen , f Spring Grove. 111., visited over the weekend with her M>M Hubert Larsen •'"ill family. Hniiiiie Baiter, \vhn i : : i^l at Chanute Field, 111. Saturday and Sunday Hen Turner In-me. He i-, ( 'f tlio fi.-niier Hrrnire Barter and Dwain Bartoi ifornia. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Evcrs and family of I'nlo, Mo., were Saturday visitors of her lm tlur Junior Hi i mi and familv. stutiun- visitecl in the the son Turin i i>( Cal- Maynard auxiliary Active past month MAYNARD — Reports given at the regular meeting of the American Legion auxiliary held in the Community hall Tuesday evening. Apr. 11. showed that committees have been active the p.-isi month and goals are being I1H- 1 . . Mi.-:. Kvclyn Arthur, girls' state chairman 11'(> Tied all slate pap ''i 1 - had In en filled in iiml returned to Des MoiiR'.s and thai Vicki Wi-nli-n. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wei-den, has been seleeted as the girl this unit will send to Girls' State this summer. Tin- report of Mrs. David Parsons, rehabilitation chairman, showed 43 pot holders had been sent ', • the Cherokee state hospital; four bed pads to the Old Soldier's Home, Marshalltown; K\.> pair bed shoes to the state hospital, Knoxville; and tour packages nnd four tablets were sent to Mrs. Ed Balk, Waucoma, district president, for the Knoxville carnival. The president, Mrs. Walter Ehlers, announced that the spring conference will be in Elkader on Tuesday. Apr. 18, and the next county meeting at West Union on Monday, Apr. 24. Mrs. Walter Suhr and Mrs. Homer Bunn were the hostesses f--i- the ;'i:int social hour which .ullowecl the soperatc meetings. Fayette Leader Page 3 Thursday. May 4. 1961 serving aboard the tactical command ship USS Nortnhampton operating out of Norfolk, Va. The Northampton is one of the largest communications facilities afloat and the only ship of its kind in the Navy today. Aboard command ship Lowell R. Paul, seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Durwood [•:. Paul of Fayette, Ir:wa, is Store Goettel's store in Ackley pas-•'•d into history recently after 75 years. The store was founded by W. H. Goettel in 1886. The .is mess was a general store, carrying groceries, dry goods, notions, and including a millinery department. We're Proud ill ill pi We Applaud MICHAEL LOREN ASHBY is the 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ashby of Fayette. During all four of his high school years he has been a member of the football and track squads, and also a member of the school chorus. He has been a member of the student council during his senior year. Mike plans to study forestry, and will attend Montana State university at Missoula. Montana this fall. HAPPINESS — SUCCESS — GOOD FORTUNE All these things we wish for this fine Graduating Class. People's Natural Gas Fayette, Iowa !ii:iii!-iiii:!;!iii:ii:i;ii!i:i;iiii;!:i;iiiiiiiii:ii:ii;;ii:;:ii;iii!i::i::i:iiiii:ii;::iii;iiiii;i:::!:i!i!::i:!!!!!i;;;;;; MARLENE ANN ASH is »he 18-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ash of Fayette. She has been a member of the girls chorus during her freshman, sophomore and junior years, mixed chorus all four years. »he Pep club all four years and has worked on the school paper staff this past year. Marlene plans to enter nurses training at St. Luke's in Cedar Rapids after graduating this spring. SUPER VALU'S 19th ANNIVERSARY SALE Check Your Super Valu Circulars FOR OUR SPECIALS DON'T MISS THIS SALE Be Sure To Register For The New Car And Refrigerator TO BE GIVEN AWAY FREE HEY KIDS— Have Mom and Dad Register For The FREE BICYCLE TO BE GIVEN AWAY IN THIS STORE Come In And See It . . YOUR MANY ACHIEVEMENTS DURING THE PAST YEAR, AND WISH YOU GREAT HAPPINESS MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING u&ft::;:&::::::&^ Free Saper Valu Coffee and Cake, Made From Super Valu Cake Mix Will Be Served All Day On Friday And Saturday. WE STILL HAVE SOME T-V TRAYS LEFT DON'T FORGET — WE HAVE ALL KINDS OF COLD MEATS TO SLICE AS YOU WANT IT. WE GIVE S & H GREEN STAMPS BILL'S SUPER VALU j& FREE COFFEE FREE COFFEE Grand Opening Saturday & Sunday, May 6 & 7 Lucy's Garden of Eat'en MURICE EVERETT Is The Winner Of The Dresser Set, Lazy Susan, Visor Val et and Manicure Set For Submitting The Winning Name. LUCKY NUMBERS 6 SUNDAY DINNERS FREE PHONE 60 FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZES CONSOLATION WINNERS Name Name Submitted 1. Tom Tallman Doll House 2. Ron Cole (first entry) Lucy's 3. Gary Briermiester ... Blue Note Cafe 4. Lloyd Holtzman Two Step Inn 5. Frank Jones Cherry Blossom Each Receive* A $5 Meal Ticket i REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES BOTH DAYS MF QUftW COLA II I HAMBURGER & DODGER Cool trick! 7-Up float'! Mikf It with 7-Up and let criim. SUNDAY MENU MENU Borden's Ice Cream 7UP& Witt Be Served A* Usual , ' r ' On Saturday. SpedaU Good After 11 A. M. 15c lOc U a. ra. till Closing Tomato or Orange Juice Baked Ham Swiss Steak Chicken & Noodles Mashed Potatoes & Gravy Corn Cole Slaw Hot Rolls Tea Coffee Milk Graham Cracker, Apple or Cherry Pie Ice Cream Cake Plate $1.00 Complete Dinner $1.50 Including Dessert You're Invited We wish to invite everyone to come in that would like to look our new place over. Of course we are very proud of it. But we cannot claim all the honors. There were many of our friends and relatives who loaned us a helping hand. There are too many to name. But we sure do i want to thank each and everyone of them. We really appreciated the interest the people of the community have shown. We think that made us want to work all the harder. Lucy & Bob Lamphier Come In And Enjoy Music Played On The Gulbranson Organ Both Saturday Night and Sunday i kV/ kY7k\"/ kY7 »\'7 »i'7 kV7 kvv k\"< kV

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