Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 22, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 22, 1961
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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Voss of gram and Tucson, Ari/., and Mrs. Julia was playing ''('nodi Hermans of Logan, were visitors in the ID-me of Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkel. LT. AND MRS. S. G. WARREN Warren - Nehlsen vows Exchanged Saturday Verna Nadine Nehlsen, Fayette, became the bride of Lt. Stanley Gene Warren of Des Moines, in a double ring ceremony at the First Methodist church in Fayette, Saturday, June 17, at 2 p. m. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nehlsen of Fayette and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G. Warren of Des Moines. Baskets of yellow and white majestic daisies decorated the alter as Mrs. Clifford Vierow of Oelwein sang "Because" and "Through the Years", accompanied by Mrs. Roger Halverson of Monona, at the organ. Both were former high school classmates of the bride. The bride's ensemble, which she made herself, was street- length made of white embossed satin with rounded neckline and short sleeves. The natural waistline formed a "v" in the back, from which fell a concentration of pleats accented by a large bow. The shoulder-length veil also made by the bride, was secured by a crown headpiece. She carried a bouquet of white carnations with a pink rose in the center. Maid of honor was Mary Ellen Nelson, a college friend of the bride. Her gown, which she made, was of mint green embroidered cotton, street-length, with short sleeves, boat neckline and a natural waistline above a bouffant skirt. She carried a bouquet of yellow Esther Reed daisies. Serving as best man was Steven Howard Smith of Des Moines. Kenneth Klink of Maynard and Howard Griffith of St. Paul seated the guests. The bridegroom wore his Air Force dress uniform for the wedding. The bride's mother wore a dress of Dior blue lace, with white accessories. Following a reception in the church broad room, the couple- left for a trip tlnvjugh the western states, the bride wearing a brown and white dacron dress, with white accessories. After June 25, they will live at Vandenburg Air Force Base in California. Mrs. Warren is a graduate of Fayette nigh school, and attended Iowa State University, where she received a B. S. denree in institutional management. She spent one year at the University of Washington in dietetic internship. Mr. and Mrs. iUissdl Dickinson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bonjour and family visited Saturday in the Rodney Brittain home at Fredricksburg. Albert Everett is completing a 40 x 44 barn on the farm where he lives with his mother Pearl Everett, two and one half miles northeast r:f Fayette on the Lima road. Sunday dinner guests in the A. R. Kimpston home were Mr. and Mrs. Nathon Kimpston of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ealy of Cedar Rapids. Afternoon guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mervill Powlishta and ron Vernon, of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. James Miller and Rodney visited in Underwood, Minn., this week with iier parents, Mr. and Mrs. Halmcr Olson. Mrs. Mary Miller accompanied them • and visited her brother, Louie Seavert at Springfield, Minn. £ Mrs. Ida Bowman, of Arlington, visited a o.uple of days this week with her daughter and family, the Floyd Mansons. — a — The Happy Valley club met Wednesday afterrr:on, June 14, at the home of Mrs. Donald Van Sickle. Nine members and one guest, Mrs. Arthur Homewood, were present. Mrs. Homewrrjd joined as a member. Mrs. Donald Orr was in charge of the pro- Lt. Warren attended Des Moines high school and received his B. S. in mechanical engineering from Iowa State University, where he was a member of Lambda Chi Alpha social fraternity. He is a real property officer at Vandenburg Base. MBING COMPLETE INSTALLATION ON ALL TYPES OF FURNACES If you're thinking of installing Natural Gas in your home, call us now for free estimates. We guarantee our work and s«nrics. Donald Vandersee PLUMBING and HEATING West Union June 23 thru July 1 $10 to $20 - 10% Discount Over $20 - 20% Discount No Dbcount* On Guns Or Ammo. EVERYTHING FOR OUTDOOR LIVING Can Be Found At KEN'S SPORT SHOP WEST UNION , IOWA TENNIS — BADMINTON - PICNIC SUPPLIES BASEBALL EQUIPMENT - SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT Boat & Motor Rental — Ski & Life Jacket Rental All Kinds Of Fishing Tackle Mr, and Mis. Phillip Turner and sons, of Pasco, Wash., Curt Turner of Wavntv. and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner n| Uandalia were supper «ii.-st ; ; Fridav at the Walter Turner In inc. •••• Mr. and Mr-,. Louie Sorge were dinner guests Sunday of his brother and family, the Wesley Sorge's at Ilawkeye, in celebration of Wesley's birthday. Evening visitors m the Louie Sorge icme were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gilnier and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Paul, nil of Maynard. , . £ The Lawrence Thomas family returned home Sunday from a fishing trip m Minnesota. --• — Mrs. Ethel Watkins spent the week-e-nd in the John Chase home at Hawkeye. - - • - Mr. and Mrs Taylor Briggs and Bob Ashbaugh of Randalia were Sunday visitors in the Walker Briggs home. --«•__ Mrs. Bernice llacke-lt of Mount Pleasant has been visiting friends in '. wn over the week-end. She came especially to attend the Nehlsen - Warren wedding on Saturday. -~m..- Miss Grace Meyer took Mrs. William Esters, Mrs. A. J. Fox and the Misses Amy Leigh and Margjiret Paine on a drive along Ihe Mississippi (owns, Sunday. They also called at the home of Mrs. E. Stanley Jones at Clayton. J. aim Bemiett,~U.I.U. 'M, has been admitted to do graduate work in the speech department of Northwestern university. She will leave Friday, .June ~M. She lias lieen leaching speech at Waverly hij;h school for two year's, and will n turn to Waverly. Prof. Fred Clark, a former teacher of science at U.I.U., suffered a stii-ke in May, and is hospitali/ed in Lansing, Mich. Mrs. William Esters of the speech and drama departnu nt of U.I.U., will leave Friday, June :!:), for Kvanston, III., where she will studv in the graduate school of the speech department at Northwestern university for a summer course. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles attended the funeral services Ii r Gary Osmundsen, at the Bethany Lutheran church near West Union, Friday afternoon, June Hi. Amos Rogers of Portland, Ore., is visiting in the Mrs. Florence I'onjour home, and with other relatives. Mrs. James Lieber and J. C, of Annapolis, Md., came Friday for a visit in the S. E. Campbell home. Commander James Lieber and son John, of too U. S. Navy, will join them here later. Mrs. William Esters entertained about a <!i'/en women at a 12:15 luncheon at the Porter Dining room Thursday, June 15, hunc riiiK the birthdays of Mur- i.arel Pame imd Mrs. Forrest Claxton. - • - ivlr and Mi•;. William Smeiknl, William Shaffer and Miss Barbara liecse of Cetlar Hapids were Fathers Pay K'H'sts of the M. K. Keese's. l\"i e than 101) horses and riders look part in the Volga River 'ii-lors Saddle club ride, Sunda". They rode around and ov or Ihe hills near Lima. Bonnie Owen of Uiuulalia is .spending this week with her grandmother, Mrs. Alia Owen. Mr. and Mrs. Robert White and family went In Davenport Friday lo visit in Ihe Merle Rhine, home and attend the wedding of his niece, Beverly Rhinos and Richard K»:os, on Saturday. Mr. White was the gnu in man and little Juanita While was Mower girl. Mrs. Betty Sorfling and til, Hose, of Oelwein, visited over Saturday night in the Howard Roberts home. C. L. Cole, of Midland, Mich., visited several days last week in Fayetlir with his mother, Mrs. Mayme (Vie. She returned homo with him for a visit. — Q Midshipman Thomas Kile, of Annapolis, Mil., his mother, Mrs. Mnvin Kile of Creighlon, Nob., wore recent visitors in the home of their cousin and niece, Mrs. Herbert .1, nes. Mrs. Maude Kile who had been visiting bore wilh her daughter, Mrs. Ji.nes, for two w( i ks, lolmncd to her home in Crei(,'hton wilh Iliein. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Roger Oldfulher of Chicago, 111., visited during the week-end in the home of hi.i Kmnripnrents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner. -.-.» , Mrs. Uldinc Giijje, Dixie Lee and Lintni Lynn, from Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests in the Daryl Kuhens home. — • — Mr. und Mrs. K. A. Billing.-! attended n three county postmasters dinner in Oelwein Wednesday, June 14. Annual Kinderlein picnic The Kinderlein club will hold its annual potluck picnic supper on Tuesday, June 27, at f>:HO p.m. at Kick's Island. The picnic will \w the lust meeting until f:\ll. Members are to brinn their own table service, and coffee will be provided by the club. Membership in the Kayette Kinderlein club is open to all mothers of prc-.school children. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE CAREFREE- HEAT1NG Don't forget - - Natural Gas is Coming to Fayette! We Have Had More Than 25 Years Experience In The Furnace Business. Free Estimates For You On Any Type Of Furnace Installation Or Conversion. TIME PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE YES, WE STILL HAVE SKELGAS E. H. CARLEY PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 — Fayette, Iowa IN AMONCRIEF HEMED HOWE «i ' Y»i, Mr. Hom.owrw-It cotti a lot (•it than you Jhlnh fo enjoy tun- Ilk* warmth in your horn* all winter long: A Moncrl.f h«at»d horn* It |uil Kit* living In tropical tunthln*. You'r* olwoyi |uit 01 coiy and worm ai you want to b«, no matter what th« w*oth*r It outdoors. And you'll dallfht In th« •conomtcof, cof*4fM totltfactlon of a Mont- f GENE WM. 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