Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 6, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 6, 1961
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-J- Rcuutcdi a Mrs. Donna Johnson, a member of Rosebud Rcbekah lodge was presented a 50-year-jcwei Pin at thu meeting Wednesday evening. The veteran's jewel was presented to Mrs. Johnson by her sister, Mrs. Lora Belt of Oelwcin a member of the Kandalia lodge. A luncheon was served on a table decorated with the number ". r )0" in pink and green. Mrs. David Wells prepared an angel food cake, decorated with the number denoting Mrs. Johnson's years of service to the lodge. Al'so honored at the meeting were Mrs. Pete Hoepfner and Mrs. Lora Belt, who observed their birthday anniversaries the 27th and 29th at June. The members voted to have vacation through July and August. Jean Ann Waskow of Dunkerton spent the week with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes. Billy Oakes spent the week with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Waskow at Dunkerton. Mrs. Hubert Bagenslos, Diane and LcAnn of LaPorte City, attended the Sewing circle meeting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Gordon Trewin, Tuesday. Mrs. Trewin accompanied them home in the evening. Mrs. Kenneth Hammcrstrom of Riceville visited her sister, Mrs. Ruth Whiteford, Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Hammcrstrom is attending summer school at Upper Iowa. Mrs, Roydon Bacon and family returned to their home in Shellsburg, Wednesday evening, after a week's visit in the home of Mrs. Blanche Knight. Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Briggs visited Mr. and Mrs. Claude Davis at Radcliffe, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bright at Eldora, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bright at Steamboat Rock, Wednesday. Art and Ralph Bright are very ill. Bill Gordon and Larry returned to their home at Winterset Thursday after a few days visit in the Lee Jellings home. Mrs. Gordon, Dixie and Kathy stayed for another week. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gordon, Dixie, Larry and Kathy were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wecott at Waverly. Lynda Whiteford of Minneapolis, Minn., visited her mother, Mrs. Ruth Whiteford, from Friday until Tuesday. Norma Huebner of Minneapolis, Minn., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huebner over the week-end. Carolyn Nuttall of Decorah was a Saturday overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading^. Larry Belschner of West Chicago, visited his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner, Saturday. Sheryl Belschner of West Chicago and Paul Bratt of Waterloo are spending the summer with, their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bratt. Ceramics new division At Iowa state fair Ceramics have been promoted to a full division in the Iowa state fair textile department, Mrs. W. L. Van Peursem, Mitchellville, the superintendent, announced today. She said increasing interest in creative handwork promted the board to enlarge ceramics from a single class to a division. Ceramics is the art of molding. modeling and baking in clay. A total of $40 in premiums will be offered tor ash trays, jewelry, lamps, novelties, plates, vase or pitcher and miniature Christmas tree or other Christmas decoration. Exhibitors will compete for $1,792 in textile awards. Mrs. Van Puersem said 2 other new classes are for loom weaving, open to girls from 10 to 16; and machine knitting. Because this is the Civil War Centennial fair, the textile department lists include a division for antiques of 1861-85. Awards totaling $83 will be given for brass or copper, daguerreotype or photograph of a soldier in uniform, pewter or silver, Civil War uniform, doll or dolls, antique jewelry collection and homespun goods. Women who can stitch a cotton feed bag into a likely looking dress, stuffed toy, small boy's sport shirt or half a dozen other articles will compete in a contest sponsored by the National Cotton Council. The Iowa winner will move on to the finals at Memphis, Tenn., and, possibly to New York, N. Y. , as the grand champion. Oldsters have their own division for special talents, such as crocheting, cotten patchwork quilts, lace, quilting, braided rug, crofes-stltched article. Eull information on the 18 divisions is now available at the Iowa State Fair office, Des Moines. Iowa State Fair dates this year are) Aug. 25-Sept. 3. Textile department entries will close Aug.9. Mary Peters of Solon i» retiring from the active teach- ingbanks goon. She has taught a " f *• oMO yews. 32f of them in She began her teaching In a rural -school' near- in Ml and WugSt in na> vote in the vicinity lot eight . In 1981 she jop$Fj?S6> dependent school. She tau- w>d- third grades. BILL'S SUPER VALU " --iii^wS gm &WA*^_J- WITH THIS COUPON (Limit 10 Ibs. per customer) WITH THIS COUPON HAPPY HOST 'MIX OR MATCH" DEAL PORK AND BEANS BUTTER BEANS GREAT NORTHERN BEANS MEXICAN STYLE BEANS DARK RED KIDNEY BEANS RED BEANS PINTO BEANS WHITE HOMONY SPAGHETTI Cans 88c Meaty PORK STEAK SIRLOIN STEAK HAMBURGER BULK SAUSAGE , b 49c 69c lb. 2 lb .95c lb . 41c CANNON WASH CLOTHS WILDERNESS Brand APRICOT PIE FILLING APRICOT PINEAPPLE FILLING BLACKBERRY PIE FILLING PEACH PIE FILLING 5 - 88c cans Washington Ring North State Frozen SPAM Heinz Strained BABY FOODS Waldorf Colored TOILET TISSUE North State Raspberries or STRAWBERRIES Stokely Apple, Cherry, Peach FRUIT PIES 88c 88c 12 o 88c 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 SAVt IOW. LOW PRICES nut 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. New Pack STRAWBERRY PRESERVES Quart Size WELCHADE Musselman's APPLE SAUCE Geisha MANDARIN ORANGES CARROTS CUCUMBERS for 88c 3 qt . 88c for cans pkgs. for 88c 88c 29c 15c

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