Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 3, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 3, 1961
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Fayette Leader Page 3 Augutt 3. 1961 Faretlg, Iow» Mrs. Clair Claxton and Gloria wells attended the Methodist camp at Monticcllo, and not at Council Bluff;- as was stated in last week's paper. The Women's Society of Christian Service will meet Aug. 2 in the church social rcom with Mrs. Harold Ashby and Mrs. Cecil Kelly as hostesses. Mrs. J. W. Frye will present the progn.m. "A Council of Churches". Roll call is to be answered with "where I'd like to go for vacation." Richard Nading, Larry Larsen. Dennis Wilbur, David Hack, Jimmy Whitefbrd and Rollyn Schroeder started detasseling corn last week. Grant Vargason is their crew man. Wednesday guests of Mrs. Vern Arthur were her cousins, Mr r.nd Mrs. Henry Beecher of Orange Calif. Attending the Nace reunion Sunday at tthe Howard Scoffield home at Strawberry Point were: Mr. and Mrs. George Buhniu'i and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly and family, and Charles Gordon. Mrs. Agnes Turner of Winne- wood, Penn., came Saturday to attend the wedding of Margaret Talcott and Martin Boedeker, and is a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. Marian Larsen is secretary for President Eugene Garbee, at Upper Iowa university in Fayette. Mrs. Julius Wegner's father, John Bahl, died Friday evening at the Sumner hospital where he had been a patient a year lacking four days. Mardene Schroeder visited her sister, Mrs. Harold Vandersee, at Oelwein from Monday night until Wednesday night, when her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, were supper guests there and she returned home with them. Celebrating the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Harold Homeward of Cedar Rapids at Klocks Island in Fayette, Sunday, were: Mr. and Mrs. John McFadden and family, Mrs. Herman Hoepfner, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hoepfner and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder and Mrs. Mildred Miner, of Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder and Mardene, Mrs. Mildred Miner and Shirley were Sunday evening visitors in the Duane Schroeder home at Arlington in honor of his birthday anniversary. Tl*d Mardene Schroeder was a Saturday overnight guest of Shirley Miner in Fayette. Mrs. Dale Gordon had a heart attack recently. Lynda Whiteford of Minneapolis, Minn., spent the week-end with her mother, Mrs. Ruth Whiteford. 16 cows reported high Butterfat producers MAYNARD — George A. Youmans, supervisor of the Fayette county Dairy Herd Improvement association, found 16 cows in 10 of the herds that produced 400 or more pounds of butter during their lactation ending in June. They were in the herds of Herbert W. Malven, Maynard, six registered Holsteins with 492, 476, 469, 460, 437 and 431 pounds of fat; Harvey Love, Fairbank, one registered Brown Swiss with 587 pounds; H. W. and Milton Leech, Westgate, two grade Holsteins with 461 and 400 pounds; Smith est. and John W. Ingels, Maynard, one grade Holstein with 457 pounds. Victor Steege, Maynard, one grade Holstein with 449 pounds; Harold Miehe and Russell Lockard, Maynard, one Registered Holstein with 438 pounds; Harvey Baker, Westgate, one grade Guernsey with 435 pounds; Deane J. Scherman, Arlington, one registered Holstein with 412 pounds; Russell Pagel, Sumner, one registered Holstein with 408 pounds; and Ernest Miehe, Maynard, one registered Holstein with 400 pounds. Van Cleve painting Hangs in office of Rep. James Bromwell "Sunworshippers," an oil painting by Miss Rachel VanCleve, has been added to the collection of paintings by Iowa artists ia the office of James E. Bromwell, representative in Congress from the second district. Miss Van Cleve, head of the Upper Iowa University art department, has been affiliated with the University since 1957. She received her first degree from Southwestern college in Winfield, Kansas,:and her masters degree in art from Denver university in 1056. During the month of April, eleven of her paintings were on dUplay at the Fischer .Community Center in Marshalltown, under the sponsorship of the Central Iowa Art Association. Congressman Bromwell first expressed interest in the painting last spring when he was tbe commencement weaker at U. I. U. and »«w the picture during an ex- iubit of Mils Van Cleve's art ' ILL'S SUPER VALU ® Now's The np. y-i Imic For California Elberta CANNING SUPPLIES GOLDEN YELLOW CRATE Bananas 2 Ibs. 29c I dozen |i QUART JARS \ dozen PINT JARS JAR LIDS $1 39 SI 19 FOR OUTDOOR COOKING Quality Plus Vain Selected Tender, Icr.n beef with a deep rich flavor . . . this is Vnln Selected BecK And the "Valu . Selected" label Ruarantces you QUALITY PLUS SUl'Ell VALU TRIM. S.V.T. makes Valu Selected beef your very beet buy! Special Value. WILDERNESS FILLING APPLE CHERRY LEMON PEACH RAISIN 3 for 79c V FLAY-0-RITE ASSORTED Caramels & Nougats '8? 29 C Stokely Frozen '' QUALITY PLUS VALU SELECTED Chuck Roast Ib. 49c HOMEMADE Pork Sausage 2 Ibs. 70c 5 6oz. • cans • CUCUMBERS 2 ' or 19c SHRIMP AHOY FROZEN Breaded Shrimp ftJM?' ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Day*--8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. - Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon We wish to offer a GREAT BIG THANKS to all of the people who helped to make our first annual Smorgar- bord the huge ftuccess that it was. Thanks to all of you who came to eat and visit, and a SPECIAL THANKS to those who helped in the preparation and the serving. MORE THAN 3,600 PEOPLE ATTENDED THE SMORGASBORD. WE plan to make this an annual event, and to have even a bigger and better Smorgasbord next year. Thanks again for your patronage. 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