Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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Faycttc Leader Page 3 Auguti 10, 1961 Fayette. Iowa Randalta A total of 123 persons registered at the 40th annual Homecoming of the Methodist church, Sunday. Guests were from Hart ford, Ky.; Edgerton, Wis.; Nf.v- hall, Calif.; Rochester. Minn.; Cutchogrie. N. Y.; Cedar Falls, Cedar Rapids, Clermont, Decorah, Fayette, Hawkeye, Independence, Maynard, Merrill, Nora Springs, Oelwein. Stanley, Sumner, Shell Rock, West Union ;md Randalia. Officers elected for next year were: Mrs. Blanche Knight, president; Mrs. Frank Thyer, vice president; and Mrs. David Weils, secretary. The Center Do-R-Best girls who went on an educational 4-H tour to Waterloo were Wilma McBride, Sandra >Raatz, Mary Jo Nabholz, Marilyn Kaune, Joan and Nadine Ward. They toured KWWL, Bishops, the airport, the CVurier and Kleen-Maid bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett were Monday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Houg at West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner and guests Mrs. Verne Rubyor and Mrs. Whayne Priest were Monday visitors in the Oliver Salts giver home. Mr. and Mrs. W. A* Schroader, Mardene and Rollyn, attended the 17th Thran reunion Sunday at Exchange park in Waterloo. There were 50 relatives present from Hutchinson, Minn., Arlington, Sumner, Westgate, Oelwein, Randalia, Center Point, Gilbertville, Independence, Maynard and Fayette. Officers elected were: Duane Schroeder of Arlington, president; Walter Voelker of Westgate, vice president; Henrietta Potratz of Waterloo, secretary and treasurer. Oldest person present was John Buhr, 88, of Hutchinson, Minn., and the youngest LeAnn Vandi.-rsee of Oelwein. Next year the reunion will be held at the Arlington park. Mrs. Amelia Voelker, Mrs. Mildred Miner and Shirley, of Fayette were Tuesday evening visitors in the W. A. Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner and Brooks of Maynard, and Alfred Mitchell of St. Lucas were Wednesday evening callers in the W. A. Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Strawn and family of St. Charles, 111., Mrs. Susie Oakes and Charles and Etna Oakes of Hazleton, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oakes and Karen were Thursday supper guests in the Lee Oakes home. Mr. and Mrs. Emile Darmstadt, Mrs. Ralph Darmstadt, Deborah and Kenneth, of Cutchogue, N. Y., came Saturday to attend the Homecoming and attend the graduation of Ralph Darmstadt from Upper Iowa university, on August 10. They will also assist him with his moving to New York. The Rev. and Mrs. Gale Hanhee and family of Merrill were Saturday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schlee, and attended Homecoming, Sunday. Merlin Bechiran was a Saturday dinner guesl: of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. The Woman's Society of Christian Science are planning a dinner for Oct. 11. Mrs. Donna Johnson received word of the birth of a six pound seven ounce girl, born to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Johnson, at Fort Wayne, Ind., August 1. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lenius and family, of Waterloo, were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. Gail Schrader is spending the week- with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bauer in Oelwein. Mardene Schroeder is visiting a few days with her sister, Mrs. Harold Vandersee in Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett were last Sunday dinner guests of her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Huber, at Waverly. Warren and Anita Odekirk visited a few days with their grandmother, Mrs. Robert Odekirk, in Waterloo. Mrs. David Wells and Gloria went to Ida Grove Monday and attended the funeral of her uncle, Fred Lundt. They returned 'home Thursday. Mrs. Donald Schrader and Marjorie attended a shower Saturday evening for Carol Hayes at Hazleton. Mrs. Pearl Nadiog, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schlee, ftenee and Ricky, returned home Wednesday from their trip to California. Mr». John Shales of California, and Mrs. Daisy Shales of Sumner were Friday supper jruests of Mr. and Mrs. B«n Turner. Mr*. Verene (Rubyor and her daughter, Mra. Whayne Priest of Hartford, Ky., came Saturday to visit friend* and attend Home* cominjr. They are the guests of Mr. ai;id Mrs. Ben Turner. Mr. i and Mrs. Ben Turner took Agneif Turner to the Curt Turnar home in Waverly Thursday, she was met by Mrs. Dale o! Waterloo, and went ith her. Oakes ;A Independence Betty Lee «nd Bar- thK SUPER VAIU Calif onto Cantaloupe California Seedless Grapes Bartfett {-.; Pears Delicious Breaded — Boston Butt Pork Steak Pork Butt Roast ib. 39c Hamburger 2 Ibs. 79c ( BEET) Sea Mist Frozen '• With $ I 0 Grocery Order SAVE 2 WAYS LOW, LOW PMCES 1'um Thumb Sleakettes . Kraft's VELVETTA. Flav-O-Rite COTTAGE CHEESE 23-ot. |/\ per pkg. IU pkg. 2 Ib. box 89c 19c Nabisco — I Ib. box GRAHAM CRACKERS Brown or Powdered SUGAR 3lb.bag for GREEN STAMP* YOU'RE ALL INVITED ! Don't Forget To Attend The SQUARE DANCE To Be Held This Friday Night On The Parking Area At The North Side Of Oui Store. The Dance Is Being Sponsored By A Group Of Fayette Merchants. We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities SUPER VALU 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 Kraft Miniature, IOJ/ 2 oz. pkg. O MARSHMALLOWS L Hiawatha DILL PICKLES I2coff AIR WICK (-g.size) I 00 ft. roll JIFFY WRAP $1.00 Value WOODBURY SHAMPOO Sturgeon Bay ** CHERRIES, N °-2can ^ HAPPY HOST BRAND 303 Size Cans Dark Red Kidney Beans Red Beans Butter Beans Great Northern Beans Mexican Style Beans 39c 49c * 29c Pinto Beans White Hominy Spaghetti ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS YOUR CHOICE lOc A CAN WJrf:..',:..',« *,:•»"-. -TCau.i.«, - •• •

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