Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 18, 1961
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A community-wide chest x-ray program is being sponsored by the County Tuberculosis and Health association, State Department of Health, Iowa Tuberculosis and Health association, and County Medical society. The mobile unit is scheduled to be in Randalia May 23 from I to 3 p. m. All adults 18 years of age or over are urged to come for a chest x-ray. There is no disrobing. However, jewelry on clothing, and articles in pockets over the chest area must be removed. Come in your work clothes. There is no charge. The cost is covered by Christmas Seal funds <uid your tax dollar. Thursday Beading Circle members entertained 26 mothers at a 1 p.m. luncheon Thursday. After the meal, a program was presented. Welcome was given by Mrs. W. A. Schroeder and the response Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayette. A poem "I Was In The Wrong. He was In The Right", was given by Marcia Ingersoll, and a reading, "Mothers Day", by Mrs. James McSweeney, "Juanita" and "Loves Old Secret Song" were sung by the group. A skit was given by Panlette and Marcia Ingersoll. Early club days was described by Mrs. Blanche Knight and Mrs. J. W. Frye. "Auld Lang Syne" and "America The Beautiful," closed the program. Fourteen members, one leader and one mother represented the Center D-R4Best 4-H club at the county wide rally day at May- nurd. Doris Alley president, gave a talk. She received a red ribbon in the better grooming contest. Sandra Raatz read the country girls creed. Sheila Sullivan, the convention delegate to Ames, was also recognized. Gloria Dobbs won the junior grooming contest. A talk by Flora Hiz- man, exchange student to Israel, was a highlight of the meeting. The serving circle will meet with Mrs. Howard Sullivan May 23 for a pot luck dinner. Mrs. Frank Thyer and Debra were last Sunday visitors of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schnoeder at Strawberry Point. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorge of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride and family were Mother's Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sorge. Mrs. Dorothy Berger, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Berger and family of Oelwein were Sunday evening callers in the Dick Vargason home. Mrs. Julius Wegner returned home from the Sumner hospital last Wednesday, where she had surgery. Leland Benter returned home Wednesday from the Sumner hospital where he was a medical patient. Mrs. Blanche Knight spent Mother's Day with her son Supt. and Mrs. Roydon Bacon and family at Shellsburg. Mrs. Albert Vandersee fell in her yard and pulled her right arm out of the socket at the shoulder. She was taken to the Oelwein hospital where it was set. She carries it in a sling. Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and family of Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and LeAnn of Oelwein were Mother's Day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, •Rollyn and Mardene were Sunday supper guests in the C. J. Decker home at Westgate. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schroeder of Arlington were Sunday evening visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Jane and Billy were Saturday evening visitors in the Fred Waskow home near Sumner. Dean ffellings of Rochester, tyuntt., spent the weekend with bis parents Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jelllnga. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings and itaan. were Sunday supper guests in the Harley Wescott home at Waverly. Mrs. Charles McBride attended the Rebekah Convention at Arlington Monday afternoon. United Brethren group Held 41st meeting W&SENA — The Iowa i of missions of the United I ' in Christ church met ' 41st annual sessions evening, «nd on Wed-in. the U. B. church, Miss Birdsall, former mlssjon- i Afrjpa, was guest speak- ^BdaV evening and slide n pictures 'of our mission -Africa and Mississippi tirere shown. ** Th* Bey, Cgle Rejly of Lehigh, Va, hadv0hs£ge of'ititte.de.votlon- aqirvices. }Mr». < Msud Hichard- Jfrwa, president of <£ad charge of the —-._.. "sSiionB. Offkers ftated for #xs comdng jear|*e*e: IfrfBldent — Mrs, Pale ttrst vise presi- „ . , .,_Jlwn Moore, Waa; second vice president, Mrs. •, Stanley; seer*^Anderson, Jfey- 5 — • LwcJUe counselor sup- BILL'S VALU Only the TENDEREST beef is branded "Valu Selected" by Super Valu's own beef buyers. -A, Nissen s No. I coarse grain BOLOGNA 3OO STAMPS-FREE With 5 ib. bag of U.S.D.A. Good ROUND STEAK Gus Glaser OLD SMOKEY SUMMER SAUSAGE We Have All Kinds Of COLD MEAT To Slice As You Want It. ,»«..„, ~ r . KuhOM, Wsdena; organizer, Pillsbury Flour 49c ( See Coupon Below ) 300JS & H Green Stamps WHEN YOU ENTER PILLSBURY'S 1961 BAKE-OFF c 1 *-" ™™ ™- -*™ -^"~""—""* *-"" ~~ mmm ~~ *^ *™" ~~"™" ^ ~- """"^ *" ^————«i ( Attach this certificate to your official Grand j National entry blank and we will send you a coupon good for 300 S & H Green Stamps from BILL'S SUPER VALU. Fayoiie, Iowa. Name. .Zone State. ?*•>•• Pillsbury'd BEST Flour Sib. bag 49c Z Jumbo Heads Tube RED RIPE TOMATOES U. S. 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SAVt GREEN STAMPS 50 FREE STAMPS CLIP THIS CO xTp^O N 50 Winner Of The Bicycle Given Away In Our Store HQWARD (HOD) JOHNSON, Fayette, Iowa ALL-SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU MONDAY WHttg SUPPLY LASTS

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