Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 4, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

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LOCALS Mrs. Donald Durfey and son home. Dwight, went Saturday to Des — • — Moines to visit in the home of Mr - a » d Ml ' s - n "»K KvereU their daughter and sister, Mrs. wel ' c week-end guests of rela- Dale Carter, and will attend the tivcs at Central City. Drake relays.^ ^ Mr and Mrs ' Evw)n Gll( . kln Bruce Mosher* Waucoma, took > 1: ? vo bou S ht the Walter Fish his mother Mrs. Ethel Bisson, Johnson to homo So ' Mechanic street and are making extensive and Mrs. Eunice „„.....,„.. ,.,, Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. beforc movingjn_ Bisson was fitted with a brace on Mrs Mildm , Tmlm Wl . nl Sun . one leg. Mrs. Bisson is being day evcnini , to Ix ,, ; Mo ines to cared for at the Johnson Nursing Ktay seveni i days in lhl , hoin( , ,, r home. h cr son while Mrs. Loel Timm Mr. and Mrs. William Smej- » sla y in 8 wit » her mother, Mrs. kal and Miss Barbara Reese, Ra y Potlor - 'nj.he_ hospital. Cedar Rapids, visited Saturday Ralph Koig wont ,,, Waterloo in the M. E. Reese home and at- Thursday for x-rays and other tended the wedding of Diane Ol- examinations of his back, and son and Terry Mullins on Satur- found thcre - aro scvcnil in fected day. discs. He is under medical y'eat- Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth cal- ment for two_week.s at his home. led on Mrs. Heth's aunt, Mrs. Mrs. John Solomon is in tin- Louise Ooldaberry, in Fairbank Mercy hospital in Oelwein a few Sunda# 'afternoon. Mrs. Golds- days f or me dical care. berry was recently discharged m from the Oelwein hospital. The Memorial services will be held Heths also attended the 50th at Lima on Sunday, May 28. wedding anniversary of Mr. and — m — Mrs. Heths aunt and uncle, Mr. Mrs. A. J. Fox attended D. A. and Mrs. Rudolph Heth, in the R, meeting Thursday at the Lutheran church parlors at Fair- home of Mrs. Rolf at Waucoma. bank. —• — *• A pink and blue shower hon- Mrs. Frank Bright and Mrs. oring Mrs Han . y Lamph icr. La- Erwin Goeken and Steve were Porto cityi was attendecl by a- callers in WaterloojWonday. bout s i xtocn i ad i es Friday even- Mrs. Eunice Johnson visited ing at the G & B cafe. Out of Wednesday and Thursday in the ° w » guests were: Mrs. Bruce home of her daughter Mrs. Kline. Mrs. Jack Lamphicr and the Fayette Leader Page 7 Tliuriiiuy, May 4, 1961 UK- beige all of LaPorte Mrs. FVanks w~e"re"sunday £ity. Mrs. Francis Loft us and supper guests of Mrs. Johnson. Mrs - Irenc Dnn ' cls - West Unlon ' Charles Franks, Oelwein. Mr. lne honorcc, and and Mrs. Charles Lockard, Lima. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sieleman at Mis and family, Mason City, visited Court of Honor held ., _, Sunday in the home of her moth- MAyNARD _ Rona , d B ,, mdt «hter of^ Mr and Mr. G A Ol- Mrs. Geor.e Mark Sailer wore presented er, Mrs. Mildred Timm, and with and relatives in West Union. Tenderfoot badges at ho meet— m — . r , c, r* , i- TT and Mrs Paul Voshell and lng uof the Scout Court ot Hon- Mr family attended open house for her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. dress witli (.;reen accessories. They wore identical white and red I-MS; hud co]\sa/;es. Kolliiwinii. ihe eeren i ny a wed- dinn dinner was served in the Kami Hmvaii huilding. Tlie \ved- din,; t ake was di eerated in yel- '. w and nvcen. Kor lier K l) in" away ensemble tne I'riile chose a beige suit with navy accessories. The bride is a graduate i t the Kayette high school and St. I,nice s Schrol of Practical Nursing and has been employed as a piactical nnr.se at Mercy hospital in Oelwein. Mr. Mullins is a graduate of Kayette high scl.rol and a student at Upper Iowa university. They will he at home in Fayette. Hoehne • Walz wedding Performed Saturday MAYN/\HD — Phyllis Wai/, dangbler "f Mi'- arid Tvlrs. William U'alz.Oelwein and Arlin Hoenhe, ; son . f Mi. and Mrs. Edwin Hoe- \ line. Maynard, were married { Saturday at 7 p.m. at the St. I Peter's Lutheran church, West- i f.ate. with the Hev. O. C. Schult/. ! officiating. i They were attended by Beverly Iloehne, sister of the bride- I'.iMi.rn, and I-V-gt r Dicker, West- r.ale. The bride ehose for her wedding a blue satin street length dnss with white accessories and carried a bouquet «~f white roses. Her attendant wore a dress of pink chiffon and carried a bouquet of pink i. M s. A iveeption for members of the immediate families follow- and ed at the lvalue of the bride- tlie grooms parents near Maynard. Matron ••.}' h ni,ir were Prior to her marriage Mrs. K;v: , uf Uubiiqu •. l'i ehne was employed at a Sup- ihn iiena .if Cedar er Valu store at New Hampton th si.-ter., of tlie bride, and hi r husband was engaged in Mullins of Fayette. They wore identical dresses . f farming with his father. They Lowell Shckleton of- apple green chiffon sheath, with will make their home OB a h,rm ynne Bryant and Sandra Als- lunch officers were elected. They house A-IIU sniiR J 'O Baby Mine" are: President, Miss Harriet Ran- ati'l "Now the Day Is Over"; a ncy; vice-president, Mrs. Lysle piano MM , "Impromptu in C Wooldridge; sec.-treas. Miss An- groom's sharp Minor" by Reinhokl, and a na Wilson. The program commit- shoath jjronp .-.f shii! renciiiiRs by Mrs. tee are: Mrs. Joanna Harrison Sam Holmes. The entertainment and Mrs. Nydegger. . n<i •:•,<' ;l of several panics led by Roll call was answered with a Mrs. .', 'in InKols. favr.-ritc recipe and there was a All ('.((nations were carried 50 cent gift exchange. i'it in ,:;val blue and white, the K O r the program they had two bride's colors. interesting cor'ests, and a ?hort Assist in/; the bride-to-be at history of the club telling of its .e gift, table were her sister, start in 1939 by a group of ladies Laurel V.'. urls, and her sister-in- meeting with Mrs. Mary Hoyt law. Mr;. Coril Woods, Oelwein. ."id the meeting places and of- H,::tesses for the courtesy were ficers from then to the present Mrs. 'Elni'T Miller, Mrs. Donald time. K. Kihh, Mr.;. Krwin Sehrader, Others present were: Mrs. Ar- Ingels, L .|iiu W(,-.l, Mrs. Sheldon Chit- Hcllis tendon, Mrs. Guy Holtzman, Mrs. Hoick Everett Sinnott, Mrs. Ed Campbell, Mrs. Floyd Durey, Mrs. Mrs. HaroM Hare.. Mrs. Airs. Kd Iioreheis, Mrs. Wmdcnbur-;. Mrs. Klmer and Mrs. Holmes. April birthday club Met last Saturday The April Birthday club met Saturday, April 29, with Mrs. Fred Nydeimer thr.e miles north f Lima. After a delicieus pot luck Katie Campbell and Mrs. Maud Mizner. Mrs. Lysle Wooldridge was not present. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE TRY LEADER WANT ADS Keep Going Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mullins Mullins - Olson vows are read on Saturday At St. Francis Catholic church, Olson, sister . i 11 a.m. KaUn-day, April 29, Sharlei n Mullm boll - and '-(.•quins. S ; n' ,'an ie CillCt of white i:,i: tleniar,. Maid.-- of hon,,r vere P,onni( Me i :-id a.m. Diane Elizabeth Olson, dau- - • T M ni son of Mr _ and Hapids, ity hall. These boys and Donald the ™» tcd " l the ouble ring cere- satin a.,,1 panel back, els of white near Westgate. Lois Woods is honored Mrs. Lottie Smirl and Dick were visitors of relatives in Waterloo Sunday._ w _ which was conducted by John Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pixler, Ehlers, troop leader. The motion West Union, visited Tuesday picture taken at the last Nation- in the Arnold Heth al Boy Scout jamboree was shown sown 01 the scouts and their parents. midriff Alter decorations were They carried bouqi • mums. There were 162 and yellow daisies. present. Terry Stevens of Oelwein, . . , Wayne Fitzgerald of Wav- .served as best man, and attend- At pre-nuptial shower played "The Wedding ants were, Dennis Olson, brother MAYNARD — Lois Woods was March", a.nd" Ava Maria", was of the bride from Dubuque, Mon- honored finest at a pre-nuptial DAVID BURGET is the 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burget. He has been a member* of the basketball team, the annual staff, and participated in dramatics. Pep club, and the audio visual aid group during all four cf his high school years. He participated in track and chorus during his freshman, sophomore and junior years, baseball during his freshman and :;phomore years, and football during his freshman year. He was manager of the football team during his junior year, and a class officer during his freshman and sophomore years. He plans to attend Upper Iowa university. evening Jim Busby, Lois Woods Were married Sunday MAYNARD — Lois Marie Woods and Jim L. Busby were married at 2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 30, at the Emmanuel Methodist church in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Herbert L. Bryant, pastor of the church, before an altar decorated with bouquets of white carnations. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Woods, Maynard, and" Mr. and Mrs.Tvan J. Erwin, Kewanee, 111. Pamela Fitfleyj Kendallville, ritef sling' "THe Lord's Prayer" arid :rt l twe^Yoii-trtily" accom- pa$efc by Ann' 'OHmer- .at the piano. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina length gown of cotton lace designed with scalloped sabriha neckline, fitted bodice and three- qarter length sleeves. The circular skirt had a scaMped hemline with tiny bows. Her fingertip veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and sequins and she carried a white Bible topped with blue and white carnations. Attending the bride was her sister, Laurel M. Woods, attired in a blue and white flowered ballerina length gown of nylon and white headdress. She carried a colonial bouquet of white carnations. Lawrence Newlin, Aurora, 111. served his friend as best man Ushers were Cecil W. Woods, Oelw,ein^.b;potbep of the bride and Harlan Young, Aurora. • Mrs. Busby, a graduate of the West Central Community high school, the Personnel Traihing Institute, Omaha, Neb., and of the Florence Utt IBM schools, Chicago, 111., is employed by the Burlington Railroad. Her husband, a graduate of the Kewanee high school, also is em'plo'yed by the Burlington Railroad at Cicero, Ilil. Following at reception held in the Community hall the couple left f9r/ 9% undisclosed destination. For'uie trip the bride wore a tan arf^ttnW figured sheath with thfee-'quarter - length matching coat arid accessories. After May, 10 jtjiey, will be at home liv'BfyolMield,'lit In charge of arrangements for the reception were Mrs. Elmer Miller assisted by' members of the EsthW? cireier * <tf the WSCS, The guests were registered by Mra. C*c|t WS69SJ Janice Hoehne, Barbara Ftoh a <tnd Mary Ann Nicholson, all lonper classniates of: the bride «t'-Wwf J deK<rali as- BistejJ, dt^tf^ej flfcCt iiible. ' The wedding cake, bated and decorated by Mrs? Hodfe Win- denburg, was-cut by Mrs. James .ThyerfF^fWMWo* tfce bride- finl^ddring the t*wur w.er« Mr«. Don Iowa City and Mrlf Ifei^i Wadena, who I#or6d Frank Tbyer, Ra^Nfliii •piyer, Waterloo, bon, won at the Hazleton Field day on April 22. ei .j"' There was a display of the Scouts' leather craft and wood sunR hv Ly i e Lamphier, and Mrs. to Faye of C'almar, a friend of .shower in the social rooms of working projects at the meeting, w y ' Fit/Kera i d . the groom, and Jack Mullins, the Emmanuel Methodist church l_ I _l» ...rin »»^ M J I tft4 f\fl 1-.1F Tl-»l-»»^ •* **** O . All in marriage by ti:usm of the groom. Altar boy Friday evening, Apr. 29. a floor length was Ronald Olson, brother of the Program numbers included 'stalette, styled bride. two selections by girls' a-cap- with a sabrina neckline, scalloped with seed pearls and sc- "e'go quins, with a fitted bodice and long sleeves. Her finger tip veil TRY LEADER WANT ADS fell from a crown of seed pearls YOU DESERVE THE HONORS YOU ARE RECEIVING GOOD LUCK Dr. Scott Linge FOR SURPRISING RESULTS ill Fayette, Iowa ill nn;i!;i:::;;i:;;;;:;.;;;;;;;;;i!;.;;.;;;i;;;;..;i-.......;;;;H;n;^ Hi»;:::HHn::!;;;K:::n:»:;;:;:;::;:!:;;:;!:;^ .. in:iH:i«:;:n::nHH:;m::;:;»»:::n::H:»::::HHHH::^ The bride's mother chose a ella quartet made up by Judy sheath dress with brown Fausch, Sandra Fortune, Carol- BONANZA DAY Itoyster FERTILIZERS GIVE RESULTS THAT EARN EXTRA DOLLARS ONE DAY ONLY SATURDAY, MAY 6 FAYETTE HOG MARKET SPECIAL DISCOUNTS ON ALL FERTILIZER Dave Wulfekuhle Best of Luck I III Well Done DENNIS DILLEY is >he 17-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilley of Fayelle. Ho transferred lo the Fayette school from West Central during his sophomore year. He was a member of Jhe basketball team during his sophomore junior end senior years, and was captain ihis past year. He was a mernbor of *he baseball team during his jun'.or end senior years, Ihe football team during »he ppst year, and the Pep club and dramatics during his junior and senior years. He was also on the track squad during his sophomore year. He plans io attend Upper Iowa university and major in Business Administration. WE WISH GREAT HAPPINESS NUTR/-PAK CO. MECHANIC AND SEVENTH STREET FAYETTE. IOWA KENNETH L. PRIEDLY is ihe 17-year-old son cf Mr. and Mrs. Russell Friedly of Fayetts. The first three years of his high school career were spent in ihe West Central high school, and the past yeaar in ihe Fayette high school. He is a member of the Future Farmers of America, and ihe science club. Kenneth plans io work al home after graduating this spring, and later plans io join the United States Air Force. There h A Wonderful Time Ahead Accept Our Sincere BEST WISHES Thrifty Food Mart H. A. Schmidt, Proprietor iii ' ill Hi Keep Going Big Future ;;;;;;;;;;;;;j;;i;;;;:;:;;;;;:;;;;;;;;;;;;;;H!;;;!;;!;;;;:;:;!;H;;;* Good Work RUSSELL BLACK is the 17-year-old son of Bernard Black of Fayeile. Russell moved to Fayette with his father and brothers and sisters several years ago. Being the oldest of ihe Black children, he has had the responsibility ot helping care for the younger children, and ha» no* had too much lime for extra curricular «chool 'activities. He plans io «ni« ' ihe United Slates Air "Force ait«r graduating from high school. THERE IS A FINE FUTURE AHEAD OF YOU. . GOOD LUCK Interstate Power Co. FAYETTE, IOWA . SHARLEEN MULLINS is ihe 18-year-old daughter of M*. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. She has participated in band, chorus. Pep club, cheerleading, girls basketball, dramatics, small band groups and the school paper during all four of her high school years, and has been editor of the paper the past two years. She has been on ihe annual staff ihe past two years, took part in small, vocal groups and was a member of the student council during her freshman year, and was crowned homecoming queen last fall. She plans io enter nurses training at Si. Luke's in Cedar Rapids. We Join Family And Friends In WISHING YOU THE BEST FOR EACH OF THE GRADS OF 1961 Standard Station Harold Earlei, Proprietor 'lillilllilimillllHWIIWilllllllllHIiniWUIHIHIllW^ ' JOE ROHDE is the 18-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Rohdet He has been a member of ih» school chorus during all four of his high school years. During his sophomore year, he also took part in football and track. Joe's immediate plans fox the future do not include college. H« plane to take a short summer vacation, and then enlUl in the United States army. We congratulate you for all your achievements in the past and add our prayer that the future holds joy and success. McLeese St Leytze FURNITURE and APlPtiANCE

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