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PayetU Lender Page 3 H, 1961 Fayeite, Iowa Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hulbcrt were: Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ocsteele and family, Waukon. Mrs. Hul- •bert spent the past week with her sister, Mrs. Violet Behn near f~\ • — . •-•suvme. Mrs. Pearl Johnson entertained the "Little Eight" Card club m her home Monday night. Prizes were won by — Mrs. Jennie Carpenter, Mrs. Ray Klingman, Mrs. Elmer Struss and Mrs. Aulden Wilson. Walter Cook went to the Veteran's hospital in Iowa City, Thursday for his medical check up, and returned the same day. Mrs. William O'Laughlin entertained at a surprise birthday party in her home Wednesday night lor her husband. The party was also in honor of the birthday's of Mrs. Aulden Wilson, Mr. Kenneth Mork and Harold Pcpenhagen. Those attending were: Aulden Wilson, Mrs. Mork, Mrs. Popenhagen, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blockus, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pritehard, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Halverson, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Little, Mr. and Mrs. Wilder Mattocks, Mrs. Olc Reierson, Mrs. Pearl Johnson, Mrs. Elmer Struss, Glen and Dale Minger. The evening was spent in playing euchre, with Gerald Blockus winning high prize for men and Glen Minger, low prize. Mrs. Pearl Johnson won high for women and Mrs. Wilder Mattocks won low. At the close «of the evening lunch was served by Mrs. O'L/au- ghlin, who was assisted by some of the women who brought cake and salad. The American Legion Auxiliary met in the Legion hall Thursday night. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag. Roll call was answered by eleven members. The secretary and treasurer gave their reports. The unit purchased seven tables and the truck for holding them, using the Memorial money they had received. Mrs. Earl Little, chairman for Gold Star, is to get a gift fior the Gold Star mother for Mother's Day. All those who can will meet at the Legion hall on Tuesday 'afternoon, May 23, and help make wreaths for Memorial Day. Mrs. Arthur Herrling is chairman in charge of preparing a program- for Memorial Day. The turkey dinner, Thursday, May 11, was discussed and further plans made. Those on for the Canteen books for May are: Mrs. Leo Herriman, Mrs. Madge Murray, Mrs. A<lla Leonhart, Mrs. Joy Wheeler, Mrs. Laura Herrling and Mrs. William Shea. Lunch committee members for June are: Mrs. Arthur Herrling, Mrs. Johnnie Erickaon and Mrs. Leo Ainsworth. Guests in the Paul Kuhens home over Tuesday night were: the Rev. and Mrs. Dale Kelly, of Lehigh. The Rev. and Mrs. L. C. Heck were over night guests in the William Moore home. Mrs. Maud Richardson and Mrs. Goldie Linn, Lehigh, were guests of Mrs. Mary Jennings, Sr. The Rev. Herbert Edwards, Conference Supt. of Rock River Conference, will be in'Wadena May 8, to hold quarterly conference in tine United Bretlhran churcih. Gary Jennings, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Keith Jennings, is on the sick list. Mrs. James Gilchrist left Saturday to spend a few days with her friend, Mrs. Letha Doran, Omaha, Nebraska, going from there to Colorado Springs, Colorado, to visit her son Frank Wetzel 'and family. Mrs. Madge Murray, Mrs. Robert Murray arid Jeri Lynn, went Friday evening to Freeport Illinois and spent over the weekend wlth-M». Murray's daughters, Mr. Henry Schlee and Mrs. Robert Boland, also with her son Jere. Terrace project i» Planned by farmer* Elrion FrlBch and Richard Stubenrauch on their farms near Sumner plan to terrace a field this year that is on a four to six per cent elope. rotation of «qrn, corn, oats, meadow on thes* fields. This corn is grown 60 -per cent of the time on the land. If a clean tilled crop such as com or K»rb,ea«B are grown 50 per cent of ihe time on land on a slope over 8 per cent it should be terraced. These terraces pre- (veats sheet .erosion, conserves the soil «nd maintains fertility. .Leonard Meighan, a tile contractor, was in the Fayette county S. C. S. office this winter and 'stated that he started to put laterals on tile last year that he had previously laid for this farmer five years 'before. He dug down three feet to find the old tile*od could not locate it. It had to be there so he kept on digging and at four feet he found the tile. In five years 'there had been -a deposit of one foot of soil from the slope* above. This is what is known, as sheet .jerosion, so little ea«i '*** * be farmer , does «-t;has ***** *****' classed as gent- / ly Wiling about tour, to five per SUPER VALU JELLO each KOOL AID 3 pkgs. lOc Heinz, 14 oz. bottle Catsup 17 c Van Camp PORK & BEANS, No. 2 can Northern LUNCHEON NAPKINS cans for 10 Pounds CHARCOAL BRIQUETS (50 Free S & H Green Stamps) Dole, 46 oz. can PINEAPPLE JUICE Joan of Arc Light Red KIDNEY BEANS Flav-o-rite Large Round ANGEL FOOD Nabisco RITZ CRACKERS cans 1 50 FREE STAMPS With A Quart Of PLAIN OR KOSHER DILL PICKLES BRANDT , NAMES ix. STOKELY FROZEN Fruit Pies • Apple • Cherry •Peach Largo Family Size PIE NOJUH STATE FROZEN RASPBERRIES, PEACHES OR Strawberries K' 5 f ° r *' SARA LEE Coffee Cake Lie,* U'/i 01. pi,. 79< CONKIDKNCK BRAND, NAMES SATISFACTION. GOLDEN RIPE \ Bananas ib. 89c , \ \^ V ' Red Ripe TOMATOES tube Steak T-Bone Steak TRY OUR NEW Super Valu COFFEE Ib. can 19c 69c FRESH BAKERY PIES Available Friday and Saturday FOR MOTHER'S DAY FRIDAY NIGHT OPENING In Cooperation With The Friday Night Opening Hours Of The Retail Stores In Fayette, Our Store Will Remain Open Until 10 P. M. Each Friday Night. ENCYCLOPEDIAS After the week of May 27, we will not have the encyclopedias. ALL KINDS OF GARDEN PLANTS AVAILABLE NOW COMPLETE LINE OF Picnic Supplies & Cold Beverages ALL SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS LAST WEEK TO REGISTER! We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon FRIDAY and SATURDAY FREE POP and SANDWICHES A 1961 BONNEVILLE PONT/AC or on. of 500 BICYCLES 26" Bright Red SpoedrHot A WINNER IN OUR.SrORJL OR ONE OF 50 V Mod.1 upF-i i.6i FREEZERS SAVE LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS GREEN STAMPS -"""""