Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? hausof Brltt and Mr. and Mrs W. and moved into the James Miller Bob accompanied her to Fayette Page 4 Fayette LejMfcl August 3, 1961 Fay oil*, Iowa L. Tindall of Arlington. Dr. .ifid Mrs. Arthur K- Kindred of Sioux City visited frii nds in Fayette over the week-end, MI -1 attended church here Dr. Kindred, a former pastor of the First Methodist church here, ><< now pastor of the First Meth (list cluirch in Sioux City. residence on West Water street, where he will spend several days lie is employed by the gas pipe- and then go to Aurora, where he line comi>nny. so their stay here will visit his grandparents, the is indefinite. Lester Reeds. Mis; Mrs. Florence Bonjoiir, Bernice Honjour, Mrs < Hon lour and Eileen, am' K'issell Dickinson attend) 'I •'« I"'*' nuptial si. wer for Mis,:; I/.iVonne McAliren on Wednesday evening at the Y.W.C.A. party M«'III Watt rloo. — *. _ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anfm.soii and Mrs. Kolleen Miller attended an Anfinson family gathering on Sunday, at Lancsboro, Minn — m — James Van Sickle has returned home after completing months training in the National Guard in Now Jersey. —a— Mr. and Mrs. Wood row l.ewten of Lodge Hole, S. D., visit, d here over the week-end and atti tided the I'JAl class reunion, Sunday ayton turned Mrs Visitors Sunday in the home of Mrs Arthur Carpenter of Des Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bnggs were Moines returned her home Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bnggs of Sol- Tuesday, after having been in dier and Mrs. Psul Bnggs and Fayette on business. She has children. Dennis Bnggs, who so)d tnc late charhs Carpenter has been spending the summer residence on Main street to the with the Ross Bnggs family, re- Andre Nadcau family, who wiil to his home, here. , ake paS!lC ..s.sion August 1. Wheatland. The oldest member of the class, Mrs. Hulda Riedesel, 90, was unable to be present due to a serious illness. The other two attending were Mrs. Lena Schneider, 89, and John Strackbein, 88. Mrs. Marie Solomon and Do- Cnjof of p ( ,|j c0 Lloyd Holtzman lores and Jesse Buckmaster re- r ,>t urnec | to the Marshalltown turned home Sunday from a hospital Monday, July 31 for 1,1 further eye surgery. Friends may l '' write to him in care of the Ev- week's visit with relatives Missouri. Mrs. Buckmaster inained for a longer visit. Nine or 10 families of Friendly Neighbors club held their annual picnic at Klocks Island park, Sunday. • — angelical Hospital, Eye Department, Marshalltown. Honored Three living members of the Confirmation class of 1U8C were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Obreckt honored recently on their 75th ind Gary, of Thor, spent Satui- anniversary of membership in day in the home of her mother, Mrs. Ina Johnson. — • — Mrs. A. C. Hogun is visiting her sister, Mrs. Harold Brinkman, and her mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Preble, in Waconia, Minn. St. Paul's United church in Free copy of mystery Farm picture to owner For making identification The picture above was taken •f a form somewhere in Fayette county, in the vicinity of the town of Fayette. The mystery fin in pictures arc " series sponsored by the Fay*, le Leader for the interest of its many reader:'. It' the owner of the farm pictured above will stop in at the Lcudor office he will receive free erf charge a 5x7 glossy print of the picture. There is nothing to buy. All that w asked of the own- or is a little information so that the farm picture may be identified for the public the following week. The Rev. and Mrs. Ih IICII Durey and family, of Omaha, Nebr.. came Saturday to visit in the Vaylord Zupkc home at Randalia and attend the 1941 class reunion. LOCALS Iowa industry pays Over $180 million Transportation bill A transportation bill amount- ins to morn than $1(10 million dollars was paid last year by Iowa industry, the Iowa Manufacturers Association said today. Manufacturing plarits in the state utilize nearly all forms of transportation, including railroads airplanes trucks, river barges and buses to transport raw materials, finished products and supplies used in producing goods and services. A survey by the IMA showed that manufacturing plants in Iowa employing approximately one-third the total industrial workers in the state paid out $60,802 ,820 in transportation bill for ;ril plants in the state last rear amounted to §182,408,460. Transportation costs vary greatly among Iowa manufacturing plants, said O. J. Whittemore, Fort Dodge, president of the IMA. He pointed out that some plants draw their materials from within the state while others depend on raw materials found in other parts of the country. Another factor in transportation costs, Whittemore said, is the markets i'or the finished products. Most plants sell the bulk of their production within the state, but some sell throughout the United States and in some foreign countries. Fourteen attend meeting Of Bethany Mission circle Fourteen members of the Bethany Mission circle met at the home of Mrs. Park Cowles Friday evening, July 21. Tne group tied a comforter and finished dish towels. The articles are to be given to returning missionaries and their families. Those present were: Mrs. Myron Hilgerson, Mrs-. Ted Askelson, Mrs. Lawrence Walvatne, Mrs. Edwin Osterhus, Mrs. Arnt Chensvold, Mrs. Stanley Cowles, Mrs. Al Storry, Mrs. Palmer Walvatne, Mrs. Josie Johnson, Mrs. OrviJle Oyloe, Mrs. Clarence Kleppe, LaVanda Oyloe and Nora Askelson, all of the Dover township area. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bennington of Uloomfield. Colo., were visitors last week in the Oakley Davis and Glen Bennington homes. — e — Guests last week in the Glen Bennington home were Tom, Margaret, and Rob Walsh of Eau Claire Wis. — n— The Jim Van Burenii spent last week end in the Glen Bennington home. —• — Sunday dinner guests in the Glen Bennington home were Mrs. J. R. Walsh and children of Eau Claire Wis. —• — Visitors last Tuesday in the Archie Dilky home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Dilky of Oelwein and Mrs. Jennie Dangler, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Dangler and daughters, Mary and Ruth of Giltner, Neb. — m — Albert Martin III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin Jr., Charles Langerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Langerman, and Stanley Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Smith have all returned home from service. The three boys enlisted together. — • — Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Crawford were, Mrs. Doris Ash, Shell Rock; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Fcls, West Union; and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lund of Fayette. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Lund and family, Cedar Rapids, are spending a few days this week at the paternal Harry Lund home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kiel, Mr. and Mrs. Snirley Butts and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiel attended a "get together" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ingles in Maynard Friday evening honoring their guest, Miss Mary White of Muskogae, Okla. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Merle Williams of Vinton, and Christina Heckroth of Dysart were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. —*— Mrs. Jerry Walcott entertained several neighbor ladies at a "coffee hour" at her home Friday morning as a get acquainted party. —•— The Fayette Walther Leagers who attended the Walther League swimming party at Sumner Thursday were: Gary Voshell, Dennis Heth, Lanny and Joe Gibson, Larry Wenthe, Jim and Gary Mauicr. Maiy Sue and Paul Manson, and Jean Ann Cowles. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Earle attended the 25th wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. them home Lynn Patrick in Waterloo Sunday, and were supper guests at the R. I). Woods home in Washburn. Mr. and Mrs. James Wetter stem Nan and Lori, spent the week-end in the home of Mrs. Wettersten's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Fritz. On Sunday, Doren returned Sunday to Om- Mrs. Fritz accompanied them to aha, while the family remained t h 0 j r home in Morrison, III., to here for several days visit. spend a week. Another daugh- ,, rc m ~^ i ter, Miss Venita Chumbley, of Mrs. I rank in Oclbcrg and , To w , n vm , n Mor . Miss Mary Oelberg left Monday whUe the mother is there for Orion, III., to visit m the —•— home of their sister-in-law and Miss Edna Luce and her broth- aunt, Mrs. Leland Meyer, who C r Vincent of Oskaloosa are vis- underwent surgery at Moline, jti n g friends in Fayette, Elgin III. Franklin and Harold will go anc j Arlington for several days, down later this week and bring They are former Fayette residents. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ogle and tlaughter of Cedar Kapids and Bill Bright of Cedar Falls were visitors Monday evening in the paternal Frank Bright home. — • — Mrs. Ena Davis is spending a few days with her daughter and son-in-law, the Marvin Thomases this week, near Sumner. — • Clyde Ostr.inder is a patient at the Sumner hospital since Sunday, suffering with gall bladder trouble. , — • — Mrs. Robert Johnson, Marengo, came Sunday to join her infant son at the home of her parents, the Arnold Heths, for a few days visit. — • — Charles Langerman came home Monday after receiving his discharge from military service at Fort Bragg, N. Carolina. He is the son of Mrs. E. J. Langerman and spent three years in service, part of which was overseas. —•— Mrs. Pearl Ilerwig, Sumner, visited Friday at the home of Mr. Mrs J. Ilerwig, —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles were Monday evening visitors at the Karl Schafer home in Sumner. — • — Mrs. Don Durfey and Dwight, Cedar Rapids, visited friends in town Thursday. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bright vis- itec' relatives in Winslow, 111. last week. —• — Christine Ann Hanson, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al Hanson, Jr., of Oelwein, is staying at the home of her grandmotner, Mrs. Imogene Hanson this week while her parents are both em ploye. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walter I Ion kin- son, and three children of Mation, Indiana, visited from Sunday night until Wednesday in the home of Mrs. O. W. Stevenson. —• — Visitors Friday at the Harold Earle home were, Mrs. Ena Hoch- Mr. and Mrs. Otto Finger left Miss Ellen Johnson has return- Saturday to visit a month with ed from a month's visit in Min- relatives in California, and plac- neapolis with Mr. and Mrs. David es enroute. Heer and Gary Bob. 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