Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 13, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 13, 1961
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LOCALS Visiting a week in the Earl Aanes home, are her sister and bnother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Mitchell and two sons of Hawaii, an aunt, Mrs. Alma Tripp of Guttenburg and father, Robert Grimes of Elgin. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Herald Brownell of Cedar Rapids were business visitors in town Monday. ^ David Sternberg and Merle Thompson of New York City were week end visitors of her mother Mrs. Beryl Thompson. A group of relatives met at the park with them Sunday for a picnic. gi Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis and family, Hiawatha, spent the July 4 week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Davis. — •— Mrs. Carl Whitteker and children, Manchester, and Mrs. George Franks and G'eraldine, Randalia, were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Don Vandersee home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nolting of Waterloo were also afternoon visitors. Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Ena Davis were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Jellings of West Union, and Friday evening visitors in her home were Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meisner and family and Arthur Meisner all of Postville. Mrs. Park Cowles attended the funeral of Peter Kleppe at the First Lutheran church near West Union Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Gertrude Mullins returned home Sunday from a 10 days visit with relatives in Cincinnati, Ohio and vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Thomas and family of Miami, Fla. are spending 10 days with her mother Mrs. Gertrude Mullins and other relatives in and around Fayette. Jerry Tann spent the July fourth week end with his uncle, Robert Tann, in Chicago. July fourth picnic dinner, guess at the home of Mr. and Mrs. •Frank Miller were the Arley Stuf- fliebeam family, Waterloo, the James Miller family, Mrs. Mary Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oyerhus, all of Fayette. The Evelyn Earle family of 'Randalia were Monday evening visitors at the .Frank Miller home. —•— Mrs. Ronald Jellings of Joliet, 111., visited h.er aunt, Mrs. Lloyd Marvin, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryce Timm and family of Lake Mills were dinner guests of Mrs. Mildred Timm, recently. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Melohn of Cedar Falls were week end guests of Mrs. John 'Bt-dl, recently. _._ Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Mydra of Madteon, Minn., were overnight guests Tuesday in the Harold Clsndenen home. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter, Janet and Steven, attended the Shrine circus in Waterloo, Friday evening and also visited in the James Jach home. The Social ~~Hour club will meet Friday afternoon, July 7, at the home of Mrs. Merle Durfey. __ a _ Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Tuel of ,Jesup were July 4th visitors at the IJames Miller home and attended the picnic dinner gathering with them that day at the Frank Miller home. '••-". e Mr. and Mrs. Richard Higgins and family of Washington, Iowa, are 'spending a few days at the horne of her sister, Mrs. Charles Yejijfous. YOUR DOITT WANTS LEADER WANT ADS We Offer SALES and SERVICE On MONCRIEF and iPERMAGLAS • FURNACES Permaglas 4YATER HEATERS KOHLER BATHS RCA — Amana DEHUM1DIF1ERS CA WHIRLPOOL CONDITIONERS HERS ft DRYERS REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS INS STOVES WE SINGER & Heating L'S ,1 SUPER VALU CANNING $1 39 $1 \9 r* * . «•** reg . 2-piece reg -ular aoz. 35 c 2 a<>z. 33 c ,Sn/)<•»• Valu quality is never reduced— just the price! \ Johnson's KLEAR WAX, 26 oz. 7 Good Valu SALAD DRESSING, qt. Libby's 46 oz. can TOMATO. JUICE Super Valu, SVz oz. can O CHUNKTUNA *• for CHEERIOS, lOVzoz. pkg. « for ? 4Qr WHEATIES, 12oi!. pkg. « for ^«/V Jumbo White O <t1 00 SCOTT TOWELS «* rolls «D1 Jumbo Colored O $1 00 SCOTT TOWELS *> rolls A-l Assorted Colors Rath Blackhawk SMOKED PICNIC, 3 Ib. tin CHUCK STEAK, Ib. 59c Floridagold Frozen 6 oz. cans L-l Assorted Colors | O OILET TISSUE " rolls IConte A'orj/i State Turkey, Chicken, Beef Meat Pies .... 5 pkg5.' I Bulk Frozen Peas, Peta & Carrot*, French Fries Vegetables . . . '^ 39 C 4Qr ALKA SELTZER, 25 tablets ^H* Regular 69c A£g* PEPSODENT TOOTHPASTE ™*» FOR 'PEACHY* BUYS PLUS s & H GREEN STAMPS/, For a PEACH of a gift. . .. .look through your & H GREEN STAMP GIFT CATALOG They'r» oil yours FREE With S & H GREEN STAMPS Good Valu, whole, 2 Va size yi Unpeeled APRICOTS ^ Strongheart ISVz oz. can /* DOG FOOD V 89c cans v^w* ^9r cans «Jt/l> 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 REDEEM YOUR NO. 8 GLASS COUPON NOW PESWRETOTAP ABVfNTAXJE OF OUR FREE GIFT SUBSCRIPTION TO THE FAY£TTE fcEADEJ&IN lANOpER AD IN THIS FLAV-O-RITE COOKIES Cho • coa grahams — Devils food — Cho - tangs Fudge sandwich — Cho - nut sundae — Nut cream Assorted Sandwich — Vanilla sugar wafers — Oatmeal Fig bars — Vanilla sandwich — Raisen cake cookies Sugar cookies — Dutch mill — Coconut crisp Butterscotch sandwich — Coconut Taffy bar Devils food sandwich SAVE 2WAYS LOW, LOW PRICES .PLUS packages THRU J-ASTS $100 (3REEN STAMPS

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