Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 29, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 29, 1961
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Fayette Leader Page 3 Juna Z9. 1961 Fayelta, Iowa Ra+utalia The annual Strawn reunion was held at the Wildlife club park at Independence Sunday, June 18. Officers were elected for the 1962 reunion to be held at the same park June 5, 19G2. Robert Ralston was elected president, Mrs. Ralph Palmer vice president, Mrs. Ralph Oakes secretary, Mrs. Pauline Strawn treasurer, Mrs. Susie Oakes historian, Mrs. Harold Lohman and Ralph Palmer food committee, Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Oakes and Nellodian Strawn entertainment. The eldest member present was Ross Strawn of Menominee, Wis., and the youngest Becky Russell of Cedar Falls. Coming the farthest distance were Mr. and Mrs. Ross Strawn, and son Nellodian and grandson Jerry Sunderlin of Elkmound, Wis. In attendance were: Etna Oakes, Mrs. Susie Oakes and Charles of Hazleton; Mr. and Mrs. Alois Strawn and son of Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. John Strawn of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Ross Strawn and Nellodian and Jerry Sunderlin of Menominee, Wis.; Mrs. Lily Hildenbrandt of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Russell and Cathy, Mrs. Roy Oakes and Linda of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oakes and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Oakes, Bernard, Betty Lee and Barbara, of Randalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Palmer, Mrs. Harold Lohman, James, Rhonda and Mark, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Oakes and Alan, Mrs. Thelma Friend, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Oakes, Jr., Cindy, Susie, Debbie and David, of Independence; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ralston, Lynn, Bobby and Bruce, of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Russell, Jody and Becky of Cedar Falls. Door prize was won by Mrs. Susie Oakes. Center Do-R-flest 4-H girls held their June meeting with Patty and Peggy Fox with 17 members, one mother and one guest present. Peggy gave a demonstration on how to make a drink from two drinks and ice cream. Patty gave a talk on science, which was later discussed by other members. Doris Alley prepared and demonstrated a relish tray. Sheila Sullivan gave a report on her trip to Ames as a delegate of the club, Wednesday morning the girls had a breakfast at the home of Mrs. Harry Arthur. The Women's Society of Christian Service will meet in the church social room, July 5, with Mrs. Lloyd Sprague and Mrs. Donald Johnson hostesses. The program "God's Word and Our Words" will be presented by Mrs. Fred Finch and Mrs. Harriet Smith. Roll call will be answered by my favorite way of relaxing. Attending the wedding of Patricia MeFadden and Uames Rid- erer at Cedar Rapids, Saturday, were Mr. and Mrs. John MeFad- den. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoepfner, Mrs. Herman Hoepfner, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wegner, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wescott, Mrs. Eugene Wilbur, Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mrs. Mildred Miner, Mr. and Mrs. Everett McSweeney, Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeney and Rita and Mrs. John Slamkowski of Indiana. Tommy MeFadden was ring bearer and Pamela Me- Fadden flower girl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Wells and family, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sarge and sons attended the Cannell reunion Sunday at the Maynard park. Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Morf of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Briggs drove to McGregor, Sunday. Mrs. Vern Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arthur and family, Mr. and Mrs. 'Lyle Arthur and family went to Percival, Saturday, to attend the wedding of Sharon McElroy on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Beman and granddaughter Sheila Beman went to Spirit Lake Friday where they will be employed at Templar park for the summer. Olive Reid of Spirit Lake and Whyla 'Beman are supervising a girls camp in New York during the summer months. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Saltsgiver and Mrs. Mabel Knox were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ault, Joan and Janet, Christine Jones and Bob Wilson attended the wedding of Mrs. Ault'a and Mias Jones' sister, Ilene Jones and Norman Belle at Ellisville 111., Sunday. Mrs. Ault was bridesmaid. Their niece, EUen Jones, returned home with them for a week's visit, ; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder and family attended a pot luck dinner Sunday at the Kenneth Miner home ,*» Maynard, Aa, honor at Brooks' first birthday anniversary. *l«r». W. A. Schroeder, Mrs. Mildred Miner and Mrs. Amelia Voelker of Fayette attended the * »1 of Mrs. Schroeder'5 uncle, iPotratz, at Westgate, on YOU* PON'T WMITB I'KfCKS KFFECTIVK THROUGH MONDAY, JULY 3, 1961. "K"* \\ *«\ ^\\ \v>:&^^- », o SUPER VALU I GOVERNMENT GRADE "A" FIRST CHOICE — FRESH ® Mom, ,; tin; kiddies to our stnri 1 to see tile largest color reproduction of the Declaration of fiiilfpcmlffiire displayed in our community. Ui-.ii] with tin-in the stirring words on which our country was 'numled. Cut Up — Han Heady .SWl't 1 n'if/i (,'/iiV/,-cn or Hum — Ofi'nn .Sfvviy Cranberry Sauce 15 oz. can 2" r 49c And don't forget Super Valu's "Double Your Money Back" guarantee if thia is not die freshest tasting cliicken you've ever eaten. 2 to 2'/2 pounds Eacl OPEN UNTIL NOON, TUESDAY, JULY 4 BRING YOUR ORDERS IN EARLY FOR YOUR JULY 4TH ICE CREAM WE'LL PACK IT IN ICE AND HAVE IT READY FOR YOU DON'T FORGET TO ORDER PLENTY OF COLD POP Whole 6 for jYo Finer Milk in. Any Can! Carnation Milk ....£« 89c Dole (crushed or chunks) PINEAPPLE Del Monte — 46 oz. can ORANGE JUICE 2 for 47c 45c Flavor - KUt 'MIX OR MATCH' DEAL CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIES LEMON CUSTARD SANDWICH TOASTED COCOANUT BARS OATMEAL COOKIES SUGAR COOKIES Del Monte, 46 oz. can, unsweetened PINEAPPLE JUICE Nissen PICNIC Ham.. Krajt'i Delirious Velveeta . . . Nabisco SNACK CRACKERS Grandee Thrown Stuft MANZ OLIVES Hunt's 14 oz. CATSUP Hiawatha Hamb. Sliced DILL PICKLES 7 - 8 lb. Picnic 2 £x on jars WELCH-AID qt. cans Tom Thumb Frozen Sea Mist Frozen Steakettes.... "* 89' I pound xocuum can 3 for 37c We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—S A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. - Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon SAVE tow, LOW races .nut . OREBN STAMPS BE SURE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE FAYETTE LEADER IN ANOTHER AD IN THIS ISSUE ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS REDEEM YOUR NO. 6 GLASS COUPON THIS WEEK RED RIPE AND FIRM Tomafoes . . Bondware 9" 40ct. WHITE PLATES Kingsforcl — 10 IBs. CHARCOAL BRIQUETS Kraft Jet Puf, 10 oz. pkg. MARSHMALLOWS Hiland regular or waves POTATO CHIPS Reynolds 49c 59c 19c 49c 29c

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