Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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Feyette Leader Page 3 8, 1961 FayeMe, Iowa Ra+tdaUa Mrs. Ruth Whiteford entertained 25 guests in honor of Lynda's graduation. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Warrington of Humboldt, Mrs. Everett Brenm- man and Donald of Lowden, Mr. and Mrs. George Carley of Maynard, Charles Whiteford of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hammerstrom of Riceville, and other friends and neighbors. Mrs. Fred Campbell and daughter, Mrs. Una Holmes of Minneapolis, Minn., were recent visitors in the home of the former's niece, Mrs. Ruth Whiteford and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Adams of Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., were Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bacon. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hanchett of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kitch of Hawkeye were Memorial Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Hanchett. Lynda Whiteford has employment with the telephone company at Minneapolis, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings attended the eighth grade graduation of their granddaughter, Dixie Lee Gordon, at Winterset, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonds and Mike Lynch were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Nelson home in Waterloo'. Other guests were the Edmonds' son- in-law and daughter, Col. and Mrs. James McFadden, Nickie and Michael of Shreveport, La. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Unkrich and family of Birmingham, Ala., were week-end guests in the Harry Arthur home. Mrs. Unkrich is Mrs. Arthur's sister. Clyde Miner of Wild Rose, Wis. and son Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner of Madison, Wis., were Sunday callers in the Burton Odekirk home. The 1956 graduating class of Randalia high school held a reunion Sunday at the Oelwein park with a picnic dinner at noon. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and family of Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sullivan and daughter, Mrs. Dale Nelson (Alberta Weideman), Mr. and Mrs. David Baier (Maureen Llewellyn) and family of Sumner; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huebner and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and daughter, Oelwein, Mrs. LuAnn Burghardt Munn and baby, Fenimore, Wis., Whyla Beman, Darrell Benter, Ben Wright and Donald Miner. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Trewin received word that their granddaughter, Diane Bagenstos of LaPorte City had fallen in the yard while playing ball and broke her leg above the ankle. Visitors in the Lee Jellings home Memorial Day were Mrs. Madge Doran, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Gates and family of Waterloo, Fay Davis of Oelwein, Dean Jellings of Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harley Weseott of Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sflk- er and family of Woodstock, 111. • Mrs. Vern Arthur was a Sunday dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings. In the afternoon they visited Mr. and Mrs. John Wilkenson at Maynard. Mrs. Frank Thyer and Debra were Sunday afternoon callers in the Donald Woods home at Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Lk>yd Alderson of Strawberry Point were Memorial Day visitors in the Frank Edmonds home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pruess of Strawberry Point, Mr. and Mrs. .Russell Pruess and David of Edgewood, were §uncfey evening callers in the Frank Thyer home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. S«?hno€der, Rollyn and Mardene spent Memorial Day with ttyeir spn-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason at Center Point. Mrs. MUdr«d' Miner, Shirley and Gerald, of Eayetle, apd Mrs. Eugene Wilbur were Sunday supper guests in the W. A. -Schroedei; , home. Mrs. Floyd •Nading was aft evening caller. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schroeder ftt Arlington were Wednesday evening callers' In the, tome of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. Mrs. Robert Claxton visaed * lew days with friends in Chicago. 1961 CCC loan interest Continues at same The interest rate to be charged producers and others on Commodity Credit Corporation price Wport loans on 1961 crops will hot be changed from the current rate, the Department of Agriculture has announced. The rate is .jthree «pd $vH«J< P year. According to E11U chairman, County Agricultural Stabilization and Conserva; tinues In effect the, ktei-est rite .which has been charged by :C.C.C. on its nonrecourse oom- ,'modlty loans since the 1904 , (crops. IIMNOfHIN A*tlWC*»*Mtt WHttl BILL'S \ £5, SUPER VALU A perfect size for individual servings and excellent for outdoor cooking! Del Mon£e *1! Catchup ft* -' ..¥** »r#A* Ib. I4-oi. Bottle 15c Branded 'Valu Selected* for finest flavor Chuck Steaks 59 Ib AMERICA'S FLAV-O-RITE Mild Colby Cheese ib.49 c ife, 1 NISSEN 4 Ib. to 7 Ib. PICNIC HAM ib. 35c MA BROWN Hamburger Sliced DILL PICKLES 2 jars 49c VAN CAMP No. 2 can PORK&BEANS 3 «™ DEL MONTE Cream &. Whole Kernel CORN DEL MONTE PEAS BONDWARE 40 ct. 9 in. PAPER PLATES KINGSFORD CHARCOAL BRIQUETS TOM THUMB FROZEN Steakettes 10 patties in each 23-oz, pkg. NORTH STATE TURKEY, BEEF, CHICKEN Meat Pies .... 5 US' $ l PEAS, PEAS & CARROTS, FRENCH PRIM Bulk Vegetables.. %'!" 39' VINE-RIPENED LIBBY'S BROWN Baked Beans 2 c ° 29c NABISCO OREO COOKIES 2 pkss 69c 69c FLAV-O RITE 14 oz. pkg. NUTS for FRESH PEACHES CELERY NEW RED & WHITE POTATOES TENDER AND CRISP LETTUCE FLOV-O-RITE (pkg. of 13) DO NUTS (baker's doz.) B-Z 10 oz. jar STRAWBERRY PRESERVES QUART BOTTLES DAD'S ROOT BEER We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. - Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon Betty Crocker Angel Food Cake Mix FUDGE SWIRL LEMON CUSTARD ORANOE PINEAPPLE CONFETTI ^^Blp^ \9tf^ ^Wl^^ SAME LOW, LOW PRICES .PLUS GREEN STAMPS Winner of the Electric Sewing Machine DONNA THYER, RANDALIA ALL SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS ANYONE WHO DIDN'T RECEIVE THEIR GLASS COUPONS IN THE MAIL — PLEASE ASK FOR THEM IN THE STORE. REDEEM YOUR NO. 3 GLASS COUPONS THIS WEEK

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