Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 3
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June 22, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Payette Loader Page 3 Juno 22. U61 Fayette. Iowa The officers of the Woman's Society of Christian Service were installed Sunday during the morning worship by the Rev. Ralph Darmstadt. Those installed were: Mrs. Harriet Smith, president; Mrs. Cecil Kelly, vice president; Mrs. Parker Davis, recording secretary; Mrs. Diane Davis, treasurer. Other secretaries are: Mrs. Will Llewellyn, children's work; Mrs. Clair Claxton, Christian social relations; Mrs. Dale Gordon, literature and publications; Mrs. Fred Finch, missionary education and service; Mrs. Robert Claxton, promotion; Mrs. Floyd Nading, spiritual life; Mrs. Carrie Talcott, student work; Mrs. J. W. Frye, supply work; Mrs. Frank Thyer, youth work. A miscellaneous shower was given Roene Burghardt, Saturday evening in the church social room. The decorations were blue and white. Entertainment was music furnished by several girls. Mrs. Harley Wescott of Waverly, assisted by Barbara and Judy Claxton, helped Miss Burghardt with the gifts. A girl friend fiwm Alabama registered the gifts. She will be married to George W. Cammack, of DCS Moines, 'July 1, in the Randalia church. Bunco was played at three tables Friday afternoon at the Woman's Relief Corps social meeting at the home of Mrs. Eugene Wilbur. Mrs. Gordon Trewin received high, Mrs. Pearl Nading low, Mrs. Pete Hoepfner bunco and Mrs. Harold Huebner double threes. Mark Risinger has accepted a position as principal in the Plymouth school. He has been in Randalia 14 years. The family will be moving during the summer. Mrs. (Fred Bacon entertained at supper Thursday, Mrs. Mary Beman, Mrs. Blanche Knight, Mr, and Mrs. Phil Turner, Jim and Donald of Pasco, Wash., Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner, Rev. .Ralph Darmstadt, Mrs. Ruth Whiteford and Jim. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings attended the Jellings reunion at Volga City, Sunday. Mrs. Blanche Knight, Mrs. Ted Lenius and Fred Orbell visited the letter's daughter, Mrs. George Grimes at Waterloo, Tuesday, and also called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Porter. The Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. Gordon Trewin, June 27 for a pot luck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Turner, Jim and Donald left Saturday for their home at Pasco, Wash., after visiting their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. Mr. and Mrs. George Grimes of Waterloo spent the week-end with her father, Fred Orbell. Mrs. Ted Lenius accompanied Mrs. Gladys Sinnott and Mrs. Grant Tupper of West Union to Oelwein, Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner were Monday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Grimes, at Waterloo. Mr. Turner attended the Masonic lodge with Mr. Grimes. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lenius and family, of Waterloo, were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Proesch, of Lowden, were palling on friends, Sunday. They were former community residents. Mr and Mrs. Robert Hanchett, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kitch of Hawkeye were Sunday visitors at the Vernon Hanchett home in Decorah. _ ., Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Scnlee, Renee and Ricky, and Mrs. Pearl Nading returned home Saturday from caring for the Risinger's fishing dock at Clear Lake while the Risingers visited their son, Win, at the Coast Guard Academy at Hartford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading and Richard returned home Sunday from a week's visit with their son, Elwin and family, at Alexandria, La., : jpd a V«ek with Ivan at Shaw Air Force j. Base in Sumpter, S. C. ; Mrs. Vern Arthur, Mr. and . Mrs. LuVern Meyer and daugh- '! ters attended the Beecher reunion at Maynard community hall, Too Hot To Handle That's Our Bargains 81*0* "' Mrs. Harry Arthur and family spent the week-end with Mrs. Arthur's father, E. J. Will! iams at Birmingham, Iowa. ' ; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dettwil- !.«r of Warren, III, Mr. and Mrs • Kwmeth Wilbur and Robin of ' Pilot Mound, Mr. and Mrs. Eui «ne Wilbur were Sunday din- nerauests in the Keith Borland Ihome in Oelwein, celebrating the birthdays of Mrs. Dettwiler and Mrs ilbur who are twins. > ano and Dennis spent a week with their Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Mrs. James .Mdfsd- g gu«is of her . Mr and Mrs. Prank Edmonds, on way home from vlsUin* W , Harold Lynch and family, Saturday, In honor birthday . , and Mr. and Can't Print the Prices They Burn The Paper We Don't Dare Print This Week's Food Prices We'd Be MOBBED! . —» —" BUY NOW! NOW ON "S ALII In thii month'* issue: BACK \ PORCH \ SUPPERS 1 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 SAVE LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS ALL SPECIALS GOOD WEDNESDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS YQUK NO. 5 GLAS3 COUPON THIS WEEK GREEN STAMPS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities SUPER VALU

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