Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 17, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 17, 1961
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LOCALS SDrin« JS? ° f Berdan weck -end to Redwing for a lam- ftor 2f i.U S'ti, WaS « re< £ nt ViS " ily g athe ™g when brothers from Bon torn LnH Z M ™r, ?° rence Wisconsin and M.chigan, and Clapton and " brothers ' Ral P h and '"eir families, will be there. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinckley and family of Decorah were visitors of Mrs. C. R. Ostrander, Sunday. She accompanied them to Decorah that evening and went from there to St. Paul, to visit at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hinckley, where she will have the opportunity to visit wJ»h a sister from Texas who is alas a guest in the Hinckley home. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Cartton Cole and family of Midland, Mich., were last week guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Mame Cole. M __ 0 ^ Mrs. Nora Hecht of Hawkeye was a Sunday afternoon caller of Mrs. Mable Ostrander. She had attended the wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. John Chase in Payette. Mr. and Mrs. EcTcampbell and family returned Sunday from a trip in Wisconsin. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Con ,or and family of Cedar 'Rapids, Ir. and Mrs, Oman Davis an<: lamily of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. George Leonhart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Orr and torn ily, and Mr. and Mrs. William Orr and family, all of Payette, and nouse guests Mr. and Mrs. Don Leonhart, of Chandler, Ariz., were all Saturday evening guests in the Donald Orr home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonhart left Tuesday on »neir home. Sgt. and Mrs. ~L. J. Callihan and family, Tarawa Terrace, No. Carolina, are exacted next week to visit in the Hussell Dickinson home and with other relatives. — •— Mr. and tlrs. W. O. Wheek-r of Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivay Leber, of Chicago, 111., were week-end guests in the Lyle Robb home. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holtsapple and Mrs. Emma Weber, of Redwing, Minn., and Mrs. Nellie Guest of St. Paul, visited last week in the home of their sister, Mrs. S. E. Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell will go this Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Parks of Minneapolis, Minn., their daughter Mrs. Janet Olson and two daughters of Rochester, Minn., spent a few days in the Will Kail home last week. All were ch.'- dren, grandchildren and great grandchildren. —•— Mrs. Richard Hall and three children of Rock Island, 111., spent a few days in the Will Hall home. They were on their way home to Bismark, N. Dak. —•—. Herman Hinkel of Onawa, and Roy and Mart Hinkel of Pisgah were week-ond visitors in the George Hinkel home. Mr. and MrT Arnold Heth and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heth and Clement Heth attended the annual Heth reunion at the Conservation building in Westgate, Sunday. Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth, Mrs. Paul Vosholl and Mrs. Tena Keegan attended the funeral of Oscar Wendland at the Lutheran church in Hawkeye, Monday afternoon. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough visited in the Don Sielman home in Mason City, Sunday. The Paul Voshell and Eldred Dumt-rmuth families and Mrs. Tena Keegan attended the Leistikow family reunion at Canton, Minn., Sunday. _ A r .. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Don Rainer and Debbie visited at the home of her sister, the Ernest Marlins at Fremont, Sunday. —•— The Gaylen Griffen children of Stanley, and Becky McGee were Monday afternoon guests of Debbie Rainer to celebrate her eighth birthday. —•— A large crowd of Volga River Riders and Open Range club members enjoyed the roller skating party and watermelon feed Thursday evening at West Union. — •— Dr. and Mrs. D. W. Butts and two children from Nora Springs, and her niece, JAiat ferma Jean Pritchard of Arlington, visited Sunday in the parental Shirley Butts home. On Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Butts of Des Moines were visitors there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson of Monroe, N. Caro., were visitors Sunday afternoon in the Shirley Butts home. David Gourley is visiting his grandmother, Mrs. J. L. Griffith, in Waterloo this week. While there he will also visit the Noble Dimmitt family in Agency. Many Fayette residents who were formerly of the Maynard community, attended Old Timers Day at Maynard, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen Bierbower and daughters were Sunday afternoon visitors in Strawberry Point. Mrs. Ena Davis is spending this week with her daughter, the Marvin Thomases near Sumner. Daryl Streeter is a patient at the Schoitz hospital in Waterloo for treatments. His mother, Mrs. Harry Randall, visited him at the hospital, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sliter of Lament were Sunday evening guests in the Eugene Sliter home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clendenen drove to Manchester Thursday to visit Mrs. Aggie Cocking, a patient in the hospital then?, and also Mrs. Grace Wells. The women are cousins of Mr. Clendenen. Mrs. Mildred Miner and family, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker attended the 14th annual Thran reunion at the Exchange Park in Waterloo, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. 'Robert Bach and family of Waterloo spent a part of Sunday with her parenU, the Alfred Stearns, and attended the 1948 high school graduating class reunion at the Fayette park. Gerald Miner spent last week with his brother, Robert Miner and family, in Independence: Those attending a picnic at Klock's Island Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Neihart of Omaha, Nebr., were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Leverington, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Leverington and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jr. Leverington, of Payette; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oakley and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Leverinf.- ton and family of Oelwein. Mrs. Neihart is the former Sharon Leverington. Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy England, Pamela and Michael of Galesburg, 111., were week-end guests in the Harold Clenrtenen and Eugene Sliter homes. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Earle and Richard visited in the home of her uncle, J. H. Gilbert at Detroit Lakes, Minn,. ;ind w jth other relatives and friends in that area from Wedno.sday to Sunday. Mrs. Chester Guinn and four children of Akron, IOWM. are spending two weeks ;i t tho home cf her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous, while her husband, the Rev. Guinn, is conducting an M.Y.F. group camp at an Indian reservation at White Earth. Minn., which is in the V(TV northern part of the state —«— The Rev. and Mrs. Hoy R Finch (the former Harriet Barrett) of Eugene, Oregon, wer e overnight visitors Monday of their aunt. Miss Madge Benton. DcLois Vandersce came home Sunday morning from spending a week with her aunt and uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Hal Noliing in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, with the Robert Bahlman family of Sumner, visited Sunday evening at the homi of Mrs. Lillian Trout and son-, in Hawkeye. Callers Monday evening .'f Mrs. Hazel Rasmusscu were Mr. and Mrs. Irving Lnomis of Strawberry Point, and Mrs. Aln-.j Loomis of Arlington Mr. and Mrs. Shirley null's and thci~ house nucst Mary White visited the smallest church near Festina, the Billy CVrks at Spillville, and at Fort Atkinson, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ei!vvard Paine and Trudy, of Downer's Grove, 111., were dinner guests Thursday of Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowen of Reinbock were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. aiid Mr.- Oakley Davis. Lee Burns and Ann Austin have rotiirnod home after attending an eight wei-k's course in ^eienc» at the State University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Willis and ihree children of Alabama left Thursday, after a week's visit wifh her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Burns, and with other rclativns in thu vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. T Herwig visited their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walters, in Independence, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clendcn- en acccmpnnied by Mr. and Mrs. Rrbert White and family were callers in Waterloo, Wednesday. Monday evening Mrs. Eugene. Sliter was hostess in her home to eight members of the Eve Guild of the First Presbyterian church of Maynard. Mrs. William Esters left this week frr a visit at Stratford, Ontario, Canada. She will attend :i convention in Boston, and will then spend a week in New York. Funeral services for Mrs. Lottie Smirl, 83, wore held Tuesday afternoon, August 15, at the Emersrn Funeral home in Hawkeye Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butts and family, Nora Springs, were visitors Sunday afternoon in the parental Shirley Butts home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts and Donna attended the pier. 1 ': dinner at the Artie Smale hoiro near West Union. An afternoon trail ride was held with Aiders fiom the Volgn River H'ders, Open Range and The Whistol- ii'", J'.it clubs taking purl. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hencley uf SI. Paul, Minn., brought he.:!•,:;'her, Mrs. C. R. OstranuDi 1 , home Saturday, and remained over night. —— • iim Mrs. Don Murphy and Mrs. lioivard Roberts were Monday evening visitors in the Sam Smock home at Wadcna. —^ 9 m Mi. and Mrs. Harold Shirk and family of Anaheim, Calif., visited last week in the Harold Whitley. Robert Lambert, Carl Stannard and Russell Dickinson lii-mes, and with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Brewer (Mary Leu Fobes), Little Rock, Ark., visited a few days last week in the norm; of their grandmother, Mrs. C. O. Glick. June Kobes, Alexandria, La., who spent the 1 summer here, went back with them. Mr. and Mrs. Verio Pugh and Calvin, Cedar Rapids, visited over Friday night in the Leon- ard Anflnson home. They were on their way home from a trip thro"-'h Or Dakolas and the n..k n;:h. —•— Mrs. Robert Eskridge and children, Muscatine. visited last week i i the Fred Manner home. — • — Mr. :incl Mrs. Albin Kimpston ace. mpanicd Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell, Ra'ndalia, on a • : ;> to Montana to visit, relatives. — •— Mrs. Clair Culver, now of Oelwein but formerly of the rural Faycllc area, has purchased the former Dr. McLean residence on Water street. Her plans are to have, the house torn clown and a new residence built, hoping to net the work underway this fall. The transaction was han- rllcrl by the Fayetle Insurance Agency. — •— Mrs. Ernest Alber returned home from the West Union hospital Saturday, where she had been a pneumonia patient the past week. „ —• — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Abel, their daughter and three children, of California, have been recenc v'sitors of Mrs. Mila (Bray) Ogle. Mrs :'';!( plans to leave soon to :-i"':i:): - ):r: 1 -arliing at Phoenix, Ari/ — • — Tie Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Wolcott. Jimmy and Jeri Ann. are spending this week vacationing in Minnesota, Mrs. Woleott's mothi i, Mrs. Pehan ut Hewitt, is s!; yin.n in the Wolcott home witli Joel. — • — The Cieorm- Iticharils family moved to E:;!!UT\ ille, Monday, where Mr. RitharJ.s is employed in the- public school system.' — • — Misses Madge Benton and Dora Carter, and Mrs. Helen Fox- were dinner quests of Mrs. J. II. O^le at Hotel Mealey in Oelwein, Friday. — • — Mrs. Paul Brings returned home Saturdav from the West Union hospital where she has been the past week for medical enro. M ^__ Mrs. David HriiM'.s and Michael went li. Han-ell, Minn., on Thursday to be with her mother. Mi.;. M\r,iH Md,.. \vlio was injure;! in a car accident. • _. L Mr. and Mr. Kred Maurer with the Eugene Severson family of Waverly arc vacationing in Minnesota this week. Lima school reunion The annual Lima school reunion of former teachers and pupils was held Sunday with 30 in attendance at the church. Those attending from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harthan (Arley Durfey) of Chandler, Ariz.; Jennie Parker Palmer and daughter Doris, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hack (Alma Martin), all of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs, Eugene Abbott of Charier. City; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Shaffer M.idge Chittenden), of Maynard, pu« inun oiuog 'iidnd jauuo; Others were from Waucoma, Arlington, Oolwein, West Union, Fayette and Lima. Officers elected were: Mrs. Joe Langerman, president; and Mrs. Franklin Oolbcrg, secretary and tieasurer. Program committee, Mrs. Scott Ostrander, Mrs. Chester Adams and Mrs, Ralph Dickinson. A program of brief, comments was given by Mrs. Shaffer, a former teacher, and Mrs. Palmer, and Albert Oolberg of Luana. Albany items published in the "Clan-ion", in 1832, and also a letter Irom Welcome Wcnrich of Rianch, N. C., were read by Mrs. Ralph Dickinson. Albert Oel- bcrK recited a couple of Will Cnrleton poems. Try An Ad In The Leader COMPLETE PROTECTION A'JTOMOIIL? PUBLIC TRUCKS FARM LIAIIUTY GENERAL LIAIILITT * COMMNSATION AND SURITY BONOS ACCIDINT AND HIALTH HOSPITALIZATION Stat* Auto and Casualty Underwrlttra DES MGINIS, IOWA EARt SCHNEIDER InsuruAce Agency only your local stores give instant delivery and service . . . We don't believe you gain anything at all by driving long distances to shop at BIG CITY stores. Our local sources have merchandise that's just as good and costs no more. But merely for the sake of argument, suppose you do save a few dollars on a time-consuming trip many miles from home. And suppose you don't even count the cost of gasoline and oil, car wear, parking fees, etc. Forget, too, if you like, the hazards of driving in today's heavy highway and city traffic. But don't overlook these things: What you buy hero can be In your home Jn a few miiiutes — no waiting several days for delivery. And if the merchandise doesn't give full satisfaction, any needed service or adjustment of the purchase can be made without shipping the items back to the BIG CITY or being forced to make a second trip yourself. Why drive scores of miles looking for trouble? Shop right around the corner and be safe and satisfied. SHOP FAYETTE SHOP AT YOUR LOCAL STORE OFFERS MORE HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOINO ALL YOUR 8HOPPINO LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you aet« 1. HONIST VAIUIS 2. AMPU 1UICTION 9. INSTANT OIUVIRY, SIRVICI AND ADJUITMINT 4. MORI MRSOWU AM9 FRIINDL1IR TRIATMINT I. SAVINO Of TIMI *. RUIIP FROM COSUY TRAVH THIS MESSAGE 1ROUGHT TO YOU AS A PUBLIC SERVICE 6Y 7. rRIIDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS. I. ItlMINATION OF COSTLY PARXIKO PROUIMS t. AVOIOANCI or josnmo CROWDS 10. THE CHANCI TO IUIID A RiniR COMMUNITY IV PUniNO YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HIRI OTTS DRIVE "IN DUMERMfJTH AND FAY Phone 207 ZABR1SKQTS GARAGE Phone 80 SHOES AND aOTfflNG Phone 263 SPORT SHOP MC LEESE • LEYTZE FURNITURE * APPLIANCE Phone 160 STATE BANK IF FAYETTE Phone 4 VANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 ""T BftL'S SUPER VALU ""' ~ '•' * Phone 84 FAYETTE THEATER HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 UPPER WWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 68 FAYEWE COUNTY LEADER TKFHFTY FOOD MART Phone 81

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