Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 25, 1961 · Page 3
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May 25, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Our Future Citizens Six more youngsters in the series oi Fayelle's future citizens «r» pictured above. Those pictured in the top row. left to right, are: xhr«« months eld Tim, one year old Sieve, and three year old Mike •oitt of Mr, and Mrs. David Wulfekuhle of Fayette. Bottom row, left to right, are: Four year old Janet, two year old Steven, and eight w««k» old Stuart, children of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliler of Fayetle. Fayette Leader Page 3 May 18, 1961 Fayetie, Iowa Ra+uiaUa The Center Do-R-Best 4-H club met Saturday, May 13, with Joan and Nadlne Ward. Thirteen members, four guests, one mother and two leaders were present. Guests were Sandra, Carma and Tina Ward, and Ginger Hall. Marilyn Kaune spoke on the "Goodness of A Good Breakfast"; Peggy Fox, "Let's get in the habit of a good breakfast"; Joyce Hall, "How to act at a meeting"; and Gloria Dobbs, "Eating the right foods". Joan Ward gave a demonstration on blueberry muffins and Nadine Ward, bran muffins. These were eaten with a lunch served by the hostess. Bunco was played at six tables Friday afternoon at the Woman's Relief Corps social meeting at Mrs. Dale Wolfe's home in Oelwein. Mrs. Donna Johnson received buncw, Mrs. Glen Greenough, low, and Mrs. Arthur Schlee, high. Lunch was served by the hostess. The members of the Woman's Relief Corps will meet at the hall Monday, May 29, to make sprays for the graves and decorate that afternoon. Field day at the school will be held May 26, with a picnic dinner. A film on artificial respiration will be shown Friday afternoon, May 26, at 2 p. m. in the Woman's Relief Corps hall, sponsored by the Thursday Reading circle. It is open to the public. Leo Raatz was taken to the Palmer Memorial hospital at West Union Sunday afternoon, after suffering a heart attack. Jonathan Zupke has returned home from the Oelwein hospital, where he was treated lor an injured eye, caused by an accident with a screw driver. Mrs. Alta Watt was taken to the Manning Nursing "nome at Oelwein for medical care. Dale MdRride had his leg broken, just below the place that had recently been broken and healed, while playing at school. Another child fell on his leg. He has it in a cast again. Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayette, and Mrs. J. W. Frye attended baccalaureate at West 'Union, Sunday evening. Mrs. Frye's grandson, Gary Upham, was a member of the graduating class. Mr. and Mrs. NyJe Vargason, Judy and Mark, of Center Point, spent the week-end with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Vargason, and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. Attending -the wedding of Marilyn Schrader and Duane Miner Saturday afternoon at St. John's Lutheran church in Surn- ner, were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mrs. Eugene Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Briggs, Mrs. Frank Edmonds, Mrs. Julius Wegner, Mrs. Deane Davis, Mrs. Loyal Beman and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vandersce, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Ingersoll and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder and family ^ were Sunday potluck dinner guests in the C. J. Decker home at Westgate, in honor of his birthday anniversary. Other guests were from Center Point, Oelwein, Fayette, Westgate, Dundee and Surnner. Teachers for the vacation Bible school, May 29 to June 3, exci.pt May 30, Memorial Day, will be Ralph Darmstadt, Mrs. Glen Holmes and Mardene Davis. Helpers, Barbai'a Claxton, Mrs. Junior Bronn and Judy Claxton. Music by Mrs. Harry Arthur and Jane Ashby. Mission project, Sandra Bronn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBridc, Wilma and Faye attended baccalaureate at Oelwein Sunday evening. Mr. McBride's son Jerry was one of the graduates. Beginning the first Sunday in June, church school will be held at 9 a. m. and church services at 10 a. m. Cattle feeder* "Hey" Day to be held at Ames on Wednesday Several cattlemen, livestock and feed industry men from Fayette County expect to attend the annual Cattle Feeders' "Hey" Day at Iowa State university May 31, County Extension Director M. C. Wangsness reports. Several of them will be accompanied by their wives. A special women's program will be held during the afternoon. Women will be welcome to attend the open house at the Iowa State university beef nutrition farm and to hear the cattle feeding researdh reports at the university armory. In the afternoon, if they prefer, they will be able to attend a discussion of the "Economics of Spending for Clothes" under the leadership of Geitel Winakor of the College of Home Economics. The day's program opens at the beef nutrition farm at 9 a.m., where more than 200 experimental cattle will be on display, according to Wise Burroughs, university beef nutritionist. Morning discussions at the university armory will deal with the use of vitamin. A. in cattle supplements, the performance of feedlot cattle that have been previously implanted with stilbestrol on pasture, the use of high-concentrate, low-fibre rations, and protein blocks as compared with liquid supplements for cattle on corn stalks. The afternnoon program will deal with meat quality considerations in cattle production. The Iowa Beef Producers association will hold its annual meeting and election of officers WHEN YOU THINK OF PLUMBING THINK OP US.. . COMPLETE INSTALLATION ON ALL TYPES OF FURNACES If you're thinking of Natural Gin In your bom*, call us now for fww «ttim*tm. Wt 0uarac*«« our work and t *»i\t*$r*n*- *!•"• Donald Vandersee PLUMBING mJ HEATING ROAD UMOER CONSTRUCTION PROCEED AT anything can happen That all-day shopping trip to the BIG CITY may sound attractive when you plan it. But road hazards, weather, car failure and heavy traffic can easily make you sorry you strayed so far from home. Especially so when our local stores offer just as much (and often more) In styles, selection and value. Not only our hometown merchants, but service stations, automobile dealers, banks and professional men in this community can provide everything you need for better living and personal care. The next time the idea of taking your shopping dollars far from home presents itself, he realistic. Ask yourself whether the risks involved arc worth the effort. T HIS MESSAGE IS PUBLISHED AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BYt HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING ALL YOUR SHOPPING LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you get: 1. HONEST VALUES 2. AMPLE SELECTION 3. INSTANT DELIVERY, SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 4. MORE PERSONAL AND FRIENDLIER TREATMENT 5. SAVING OF TIME 6. RELIEF FROM COSTLY TRAVEL 7. FREEDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS 8. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLING CROWDS 10. THE CHANCE TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY BY PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HIM YOUR LOCAL STORE OFFERS MORE THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE OTT'S DRIVE - IN Phone 192 DUMERMUTH AND FAY Phone 207 ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE Phone 80 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Phone 263 E. A. BILLINGS Postmaster MC LEESE - LEYTZE FURNITURE - APPLIANCE Phone 160. STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 MULLINS SPORT SHOP VANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 DOC'S BARBER SHOP Phone 264-R2 MAPLE MOTE FAYETTE THEATER HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 68 FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Phone ll-R-2 THRIFTY FOOD MART ,,..,. Phone 8

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