Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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T i I ik Miner - Schrader vows Exchanged at Sumner Miss Marilvn Joan Bcs! man was Donald Miner, twin brother of the groom, and siTvinH as Kroomsmen were Ed- Schrader, imincl Webster, brother-in-law daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale <>f t!io bride and R.-bort Miner, J. Schrader of Sumner, and Du- brother of the groom, c.ne D. Miner, son of Mrs. Mil- The bride's mother wore a dred Miner of Fayette, were mar- ; 0 so colored silk eyelet embruid- ried Saturday. May 20, at 2:30 cred dress with white accessor- p. m. in the St. John American Lutheran church in Sumner. The Rev. John Mohr officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Darlene Mohr of Sumner served as organist and accompanied Mrs. A! Erkel as she sang "Wedding Prayer" and "Ava Marie." The bride, given in marriage ks. and the groom's mother wore a navy blue dress with white accessories. They both wore red rose corsages. A reception was held in the church parisli hall. The bride is a graduate of the Sumner high school and is employed in the offices of the Rath Packing Co. The groom is a Reservations open for Cabins in state parks Iowans hankering to spend a week or two at >:i>' lake without spending a small fortune still haV' !:iiic to r< e:\e a .abin at : <•. : i ai state park.;. All of the parks with cabins 1 ivi' laki . . i rivers within .'•an.Iv di .lanr 'e. l'.oateis can b;ij]g llie .r i wn w.iler craft or rent th( :n 1.iHii park concessionaire s. J '.'uk- u /fii Jake: ami cabins a:. l'.n • lake, Haekb iiie park, Wapello, Springbrook park, nf Three F:r. :.. and Lncey- :::)ii.i Tliose with live, is adjacent are V> Hiver Memorial, Pine lake, Backbone, Spring- bri ak, Lacev - Keosauqua and Palisades - Kepler. T.'IL lakes on which motorboats of up to six horsepower mav be operated are Lake Wapi /lV', Backbone, and Lake of Three Fires. The cabin rental rates vary from S5 per day and S30 per week at Pine Lake and Dolliver Memorial to SG per day and $35 per week at Backbone, Lake Wapello, Springbrook, Lake of Three Fnes and Lacey - Keosauqua. Kates at some of the Palisades- Kepler cabins are Sfi per day and $40 per week. Reservations for the cabins are made through the park officers located as follows: Pine Lake, Eldora; Dolliver Memorial, Lehigh; Backbone, Strawberry Point; Lake Wapello, Drakesville; Lake of Three Fires, Bedford: Springbrook, Guthrie Center; Lacey- Keosauqua, Keosauqua; and Palisades - Kepler at Mount Vernon. Page 4 June 8. 19£1 Fayette Leader Fayette. Jowa friends, and members of the faculty. Awards included 29 Doctor of Philosophy, 03 Master of Science, 61 Doc'.#-r of Veterinary Medicine and 17 Bachelor of Architecture degrees. Nearly all others were Bachelor of Science decrees. Represented among the grad nates were 32 states, the District of Columbia and 14 foreign lands. Those from this area who received Bachelor of Science de- f ;i(.os were: James Loomis, son of Everett Loomis, Arlington — Industrial Engineering. David Fulton, son of Laurence Fulton, Fayette, Landscape Architecture. by her father, was attired in a ^.^.^ of R an dalia high school gown of silk organza with clian tilly lace edge overskirt ending in a chapel train. The calias rose point lace bodice featured long sleeves. Her elbow length veil fell from a ciown of velvet leaves and wax orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet of phalenopsis orchids and stephanotis. and is a salesman for Zimmerman Ford. The couple will be at home at Sumner. Philathea society met The Philathea society met on Wednesday with Mrs. Walter Turner. Fourteen members were present. Mrs. Grant Kiel had devotions and Mrs. Jake Yearous, "Women of the Bible", the story of Eunice and Lois. The next meeting is with Mrs. Grant Kiel. Mrs. Blanche Davis will have devotions and Mrs. Justin Herwig "Women of the Bible". Honored with supper Mr. and Mrs. Robert White were honored with a supper Sunday evening at the home of her Mrs. Edmund Webster of Sum- mother and step-father, Mr. and ner, sister of the bride, was ma- Mrs. Charles Lockard, in observ- tron of honor. Barbara Miner, ance of the White's eighth wed- sister of the groom, and Mrs. tling anniversary. Partaking of Richard A. Schmidt, friend of the the courtesy with them were: bride, were bridesmaids. They Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gilbert and wore nile mint green organdy son, Brainard; Mr. and Mrs. Per- ballerina length dresses with cy Foster and daughters, Sum- bell shaped skirts and open front ner; and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Met- overskirts. Their headpieces calf, Hawkeye. were a single rose with scalloped rose veil and they carried bouquets of crystal mums. Julie Schmidt was flower girl. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Harry Grimes identifies Mystery farm picture The mystery farm that appeared in the April 20 issue of the Leader has been identified by the owner, Harry Grimes, Jr., of West Union. The 175 acre farm is located six miles southeast of West Union. The Harry Grimes family have lived there for the past 18 years, having purchased it at that time. Arliss Brandt and Harry Grimes, Jr., were married in 1940 and have six children, Jim, Jon, Bill, Linda, Cinda and Nancy. Jon is attending State Teachers college at Cedar Falls, Jim is a graduate of West Union high school and is working for his father, and Bill graduated from West Union high school last week. The Grimes are members of the Farm Bureau and the Presbyterian church in West Union, and the children are all past or present 4-H members. The Grimes family all enjoy boating and water skiing, and Mr. Grimes enjoys fishing. Mr. Grimes raises hogs and Holstcin dairy cows. Baker Tillie Rasmussen celebrated her birthday recently, performing one or her favorite tasks in the Waldorf college cafeteria kitchen in Forest City, with Minnie Calgaard, women use five tons each year in preparing pastries for some 330 students. Miss Rasmussen is also marking her 45th year of service to Waldorf. Together the two of flour Two area residents Receive B. S. degrees Degrees and certificates were awarded to 992 students at the !)0th annual Commencement program at Iowa State university in Ames, Saturday, May 27. President James H. Hilton addressed the graduates and greeted each as they received their diplomas in the University Armory. After the commencement exercises, he and Mrs. Hilton were hosts at the President's Reception in Memorial Union for graduates, their families and To be at court house A representative of the Social Security Administration District office in Waterloo will be in West Unirn at the court house on June 13, 20, 27, from 10 a. m. to 12 noon, according to Earl T. Johnson, district manager. The representative will assist persons who wish to file applications for federal old-age, survivors or disability insurance benefits, original and duplicate social security account number cards and employer identification numbers. Persons who prefer may call at the district office in Waterloo, which is located in room 702 of the Black Hawk building, West Fourth and Commercial streets. The telephone number is ADams 4-1554. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS TRY LEADER WANT ADS IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WE HAVE PARTS & SERVICE For All Kinds Of VACUUM CLEANERS Kirby Home Renovation Phone 118 — Fayette Phone 364 — West Union cook with natural gas Thrifty, dependable natural gat gives you instant heal for your cooking. Set your range for a whisper of flame for slow simmering ... for a fiery heat that boils water in less than two minutes . . . and for every heat in between. Modern, automatic natural gas offers you the automatic controls that make cooking so easy. Set the "burner with a brailn" to keep just the heat you need, automatically. Set the timer to turn burner or oven on and off just when you want them, automatically. Abundant, economical natural gas is coming to make cooking easier . . . more fun. Plan today to convert — and put natural gas to work in your home. Start living in the modern manner — automatically — with natural gas. GAS WATER HEATERS ARE ON DISPLAY AT OUR LOCAL OFFICE NOW PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatre — Clifford Hayes, Mgr. — Phone 266 LIVE MODERN...FOR LESS...WITH NATURAL GAS (COTTAGH CHEESE mwr ^. I DAIRYING IS STILL ONE OF THE TOP INDUSTRIES IN IOWA You can help support this great industry by using more dairy products in your every day living. For better health and for more enjoyable summer menus . .. USE MORE DAIRY PRODUCTS WE SALUTE THE FAYETTE COUNTY DAIRY FARMERS NUTRI - PAK COMPANY Phone 145 FAYETTE STONE CO., INC. Phone 73 FAYETTE CO - OP CREAMERY Phone 143-R-2 DUMERMUTH & FAY Phone 207 WILKE & WILKE PRODUCE Phone 9 FAYETTE HOG BUYING STA. Phone 183 ED CAMPBELL'S STATION Phone 45

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