Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 20, 1961 · Page 4
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July 20, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Pamela and Sherman, who hava been here the past three weeks, returned with them. Eleanor Alderson came home Wednesdny evening fn;m a two weeks visit with her hrother and sistor-in law, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alderson at Pontine, Mich. at Columbus City while • > r.-nts are away. — A lartfe crowd attended the picnic reception held at Klock's Island, Sunday, honoring the Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Woloott and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Connor and family of Cedar Rapids were called here by the illness of her father, Donald Orr. They returned their home, Sunday. bridesmaid. They wore identical Washington college in Belling- ballerina formals of pcau and ham. has accepted a position as leaf green. Short sleeves, drop assistant professor of business ad- bodice, and unpressed pleats in Dean and Duane Watkins came Wednesday from Pensacola, Fla., family, whore they are stationed in the —• — navy, to spend a furlough with Mr. and Mrs. Cordic Lumbard their mother, Mrs. Ethel Wat- and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Lumbard kins. They and their mother and family of Kalamazoo, Mich., wont t.; Minnesota Thursday on are visitors in the George Reed a vacation. ' home. Supper guests Sunday in mother, Mrs. Dick Sum _•— their honor at the Reed home quite ill at her home. Dr. and Mrs. Willis H. Walker were the Robert Reed family of ~~ m 7~ of Decatur, III., visited friends Lamont, Mrs. Elizabeth pieplow Donald Orr underwent surgery in Fayette July 14. Dr. Walker of Aurora, Mrs. Hal Nolting of " l the Wcst Umon n«sp'«". f r '- w»s teacher of history for sev- Waterloo and the Don Vander- day. oral years at U.I.U. see family of Fayette. Mrs. Naomi Hanson visited last week in the homes .jf her cousin, William Johnson, at Moline, 111., and her son William at Ames, who will graduate July 18, and will then move to liurhank. Calif. She also visited relatives in Des Moines. — • — Mrs. Stohr of WaterVo Has been staying part time with her who is Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs and family attended the first were callers Sunday afternoon in annual Vandersee reunion at the Evansdale and supper guests at Sumner park, Sunday. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Roscow Cousins and Mrs. V.ola Skinner were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner in Waterloo and assisted their granddaughter, Mary Lynn Skin- IHT in celebrating her fifth birthday. the Harold Waterloo. Holtzman home in Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shepard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Shepard of Cedar Rapids Mr. were Friday night guests of theyhad a square dance party at and Mrs. Paul Briggs. Nancy Reed is spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Hal Nolting in Waterloo, while Mr. is attending Reserve camp. Mrs. En« Davis enjoyed a pic nic dinner Sunday at Klock's Nolting Island in company with Mr. and Military Mrs. Francis Meisner and Mr. „ t , , and Mrs. Ronnie Meisner, all of Mrs Babe Rocs and sons re- Postville turned to their home in Afia- — mosa Sunday, after a week's Mrs. Edna Veninga and Rub- visit in the homes of her father, ert of Dayton, Ohio, visited in William Killerlain, and sister, the Harold Eade home from Mrs. Everett Sinnott. Saturday until Monday. — • — , Merlin Roberts, Phyllis and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Quandt, Kathy Morgan, were over Satur- Gehlen and Kenneth, visited day night guests of the Howard Sunday in the Clifford Klein Roberts family. On Sunday af- huinc at Waterloo and attended ternoon they dn;;ve to Plainfield the morning services at Our to take Kathy home after vis- Saviour's Lutheran church there iting her sister at Winona, Minn, in which their grandson and Edwin Steffen of Oelwein was the Howard Roberts home Mr. and Mrs baby, and Robert Lebanon, Mo., are week in the Evelyn Dick Smirl homes. Mrs, Marie Moon of Fairmount, North Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Mi on and family of Hazleton were recent visitors in the Jesse Buekmaster and Marie Solomon homes. the skirt. The hats were of a matching color, crown of peau and brim of tulle. Flower girl and ringbearer were Bobbi JoAnn Miner, and Tommy Miner, Independence, niece and nephew of the bride i L 'speetively, Donald Miner, Fayette, brother of the bride served as best man. Attendent was Donald Huebner. Oelwein, friend of the couple. Seating the guests were Duane Miner, Sumner, and Donald Fleming. Oelwein. Gerald Miner. Fayette, brother of the bride lit the candles. For her daughter's wedding. Mrs. Miner wore a pink nylon acetate dress with matching accessories. Mrs. Laucr wore a powder blue lace dress with matching accessories. Both wore white carnation corsages. After the service, a reception was held in the church basement. At the guest book was Shirley Miner, sister of the bride, while Gladys DcMuth of Gilbertsville, Burnadene Vargason of Center Bjint and Janet Schrocder of Arlington had charge of the gift table. Mrs. Robert Miner of Independence and Mrs. Gordon Grimes of Moline, 111., cut the Tom Nutter and ca ke, which was made and decoi- Mclllrce of ated °- v tne bride's aunt, Mrs. visiting this Alex Gunther of Sumner. Mrs. Kenneth Miner poured punch and Mrs. Duane Miner poured coffee. After July 2j, the ample will be at home on a farm near Hawkeye. The new faculty member also Page 4 has served as a scientist with the . . , n Navy Radiological Defense lab- July zo ' 1881 ministration, Dr. Hendrix stated, oratory in San Francisco, and Prior to affiliatingwith Western gave lectures and laboratory in- Washington, he was associated struction at San Diego State col- his father in the real estate and lege. Fayette Leader Fayette, lows insurance business. The new faculty member received his bachelor of science degree from Bemidji State college in Minnesota He was awarded f township mct Thurs day af- the master of arts degree form » jn the homo Qf Homemaker club meets MAYNARD — Sixteen Farm Bureau Homemakers of Smith- conducted two music contests, and by Mrs. George Turner with a weight guessing contest. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Ralph Stewart on Tuesday, August 8, beginning at 1 p. m. SELL YOUH DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS the University of South Dakota in Grand Forks in 1958. A veteran of four years with the United States Air Force, Swedmark was married on July !4. moving to Fayette with his bride next month. — m — Clyde Ostrander accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Olson of Strawberry Point an a trip to Salt Lake City, Utah, to visit relatives. — a—About 25 horses and riders enjoyed the Volga River Riders trail ride Sunday with ZoAnna Martin. On Saturday evening Earle and Miner - Lauer wedding Vows are read Sunday Wedding vows were exchanged at 3 p. m. Sunday aftcrnenn, July 10, at the Grace Lutheran church in Fayette by Barbara New prof added to Upper Iowa faculty Donald C. Swedmark of Be lingham, Washington, added to the faculty Iowa university, it nounced today by Dr Hendrix, dean of the University, evaluation Electronic scientist Joins staff at U.I.U. A former electronic scientist with the U. S. Navy electronics laboratory in San Diego, Calif., has accepted a position in the Upper Iowa university faculty, it was announced this week. He is Richard D. Adams of Sunnyvale, Calif., who has been employed as an assistant professor of physics and mathematics at U. I. U. Adams received his bachelor of science degree from the University of Dubuque in 1952, and his masters degree from San Diego State college in 1957. He has complete additional study at the University of Colorado and the University of California. While with the Navy Adams co-authored a classified technical memorandum on underwater sound propagation and is the author of two equipment handbooks on experimental underwater sound systems. Adams is married and has two sons. He is currently employed as senior reliability engineer with has been the Lockeed Missile Space Divi- at Upper sion in Sunnyvale, where he is was an- responsible for a multimillion Herschel dollar semi-conductor device program for instru July Mrs. Chester Turner. Guests included Mrs. Ortman of Dubuque, Mrs. Glen Johnson of Arlington, and Mrs. Florence Lowry of Maynard. Most of the time, following a short business meeting, was spent in finishing the purses and hats, a pnaject begun at a previous meeting. Mrs. Arnold Paul, Mrs. Dale Roberts and Mrs. George Turner were named as a nominating committee. Entertainment was provided by Mrs. Raymond Calhoun, who nephew, Jeffrey John Klein, baptized. was Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes and sons of Moline, 111., were visitors during the week-end, of her aunt, Mrs. Mildred Miner. They came especially to attend the wedding of her cousin, Barbara Ann Miner and Gordon Lauer. Mrs. Doris Ash, of Shell Rock, was a week-end visitor of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund. Mrs. Ash had also a guest over the week-end with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. — b — Mrs. James Wright entertained Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oelberg, Joyce and Ddane, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts and Danna, and Rosalee Miekels, Tuesday evening, July 5, in honor of her son, Kenneth's third birthday anniversary. Swedmark, who has taught for ments used in missile and space Miner, daughter of Mrs. Mildred thc pasl several at Westorn environments Miner and the late Warren Mm- . COMPLETE PROTECTION AUTOMOIILI PUBLIC TRUCKS FARM LIABILITY GENERAL LIABILITY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION FIDELITY AND SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT AND HEALTH HOSPITALIZATION State Auto and Casualty Underwriters DBS MOINES. IOWA EARL SCHNEIDER Insurance Agency We Offer SALES and SERVICE On MONCRIEF and PERMAGLAS FURNACES Permaglas WATER HEATERS KOHLER BATHS RCA— Amana DEH UMIDIFIERS RCA WHIRLPOOL AIR CONDITIONERS WASHERS & DRYERS REFRIGERATORS FREEZERS BUILT - INS STOVES GENE WM. SINGER Plumbing & Heating Fayette, Iowa er, of Fayette, and Gordon Latter ,son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lauer of Hawkeye. The Rev. Norman Betke performed the double ring ceremony while Jean Ann G.-wles presided at the organ and Mrs. John Moore sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Kenneth Miner, wore a gown of Chantilly-type lace, floor length, long sleeves with the bridal point. The full nylon tulle skirt was accented by a wide scalloped band of lace forming a crcsent bustle sash in the back. Her silk illusion veil fell from a crown of pearls. Sandra Lauer, Hawkeye, sister ot the groom attended as matron J-AUNDRY Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fish of Waterloo were over Saturday night guests in the David McGee just returned from a six weeks home. Other guests for Sunday vacation tour where she visited dinner were Mrs. Maggie Fish of in Denver, Colo., California, Ore- West Union, Stanley Becker of gon, Washington, British Colum- Marion and Mrs. Naomi Hanson, bia, Canada and Missouli, Mon- —• — tana, returning home by way of Mr - and Mrs - Harrv Trollope, North Dakota and Minnesota. o£ Tucson . Anz " left Monday af- _ _ _ m ter visiting the Delbcrt and Dan- of honor, and Veniece Vandersee, A picnic dinner gathering was aid Dean homes. Their children, Oelwein, cousin of the bride was held Sunday, July 1G, at the • — • ~ — home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Timmerman honoring the birthday of Mrs. Timmerman's mother, Mrs. Margaret Everetts. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Gienapp of Central City; Mr. and Mrs. John Earhart and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Realto Kuehl, all of Elkader; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Timmerman and family ot Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Everetts and Georgia, Mrs. Douglas Everetts and Mrs. Lois Gaery and baby, all of Fayette. —a— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eskridge and family of Muscatine were week-end guests of her parents, the Fred Maurers, and on Sunday they all attended the 110th anniversary celebration at the East Lutheran church near Clermont. Lloyd lliff accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Jamieson of Oel- w»in to St. Paul, Minn., Sunday, to hear Billy Graham, evangelist, at the St. Paul fairgrounds. —•— Mrs. Nora Hecht, of Hawkeye, and Mrs. Clara Sorg, of Marian, were callers of Mrs. Mabel Ostrander, Sunday evening. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles qtayed at the home of their son, Robert Cowles of near Ossian over the week-end while Robert and family visited his brother George Cowles and family at Lincoln, Nebr. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boulton, Bonnie and Barbara are vacationing this week in Michigan. David, Robert and Marjorie are staying with their grandparents I WASH — 20c DRY — lOc DO ALL YOUR WASH HERE — IT'S A BREEZE If you can drop a coin in a slot and pour soap Into a machine . . . you will find washing here a bieaxe — because, that" 8 all there is to it I We've plenty of washers and driers, too, so come on In today. 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Mflt. <ari scorns Morning —r 5:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:25 Weather 5:30 Farmer's Radio Almanac 5:55 Weather 6:00 Farmer's Radio Almanac 6:30 News 7:00 Sports 7:10 Music 7:15 Weather — Music 7:30 News 8:00 Music 8:30 News 9:00 Music 10:00 News — Markets 10:30 Music 12:00 Markets — News Afternoon — 12:30 *Music With News On the Hour 12:50 Chicago Markets News Baseball Scoreboard How's Fishing Music 5:00 5:15 5:30 5:35 Evening — 6:00 News and Sports 6:30 Polka Party 7:15 Weather 7:20 *Baseball 10:00 News 10:15 Music to Sign Off Sunday Morning — 6:00 News — Music — Weather and Religious Programs 8:00 News 8:15 Music — Religious Programs 10:00 News 10:15 Music 11:00 Religious Service 12:00 Music Afternoon — 12:30 News 12:45 Chapel By The Side Of the Road 1:00 "Baseball 5:00 News 5:15 Music Evening — 6:00 News 6:15 Music 10:00 News 10:15 Music to Sign Off * Milwaukee Braves baseball is heard dahV KOEL. on MORE PEOPLE LISTEN OTHER STATIONS' TO KOEL T|J^ LISTEN % ! ".^Mktl ! I

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