Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 3
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August 24, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Ra+ut<Uia flew* The Center Do-R-Best 4-H girls held their achievement day at the Methodist church, with Mrs. Alfred Burghardt of Sumner, Mrs. Lagan of Banks township, Miss Busching, Home Economist, and Mrs. Marvin Ingels as judges. Doris Alley poured at the tea table centered with a floral arrangement by Sandra Raatz. In the age 10 class, purple ribbons went to Joyce Hall for her drop ccokies and Marilyn Kaune also for cookies; to Peggy Fox for a box cake; Joan Ward for muffins- and to Mary Jo Nabrolz for a conventional cake. In the age 12-13 division, winners were Patty Fox for drop «pokies, Gloria Dobbs for angel food cake and home canned vegetables, Martha Heitzman for two glesses of jelly, Sandra Raatz for banana bread, Wilma McBride for clever leaf rolls and cake, Na- dihe Ward for yeast bread, Sandra Raatz for science why, and Martha Heitzman for table setting. Mrs. Harry Arthur and Mrs. Floyd Nading are the leaders. Sewing circle will meet with Mrs. Randy Lehs for a pot luck dinner, August 29. School will begin August 28, and will be dismissed at 2:45 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hoepfner spent several days in the George Granneman home in Oelwein, while they were on vacation. A miscellaneous shower honoring Christine Jones was given Tuesday evening in the church social room. Her nieces, Joan and Janet Ault, sang a number, accompanied by Mardene Davis at the piano. A corsage was presented to Miss Jones by Mrs. Lee Oakes in behalf of the committee. Mrs. John Schvenberg received the door prize, Marjorle and Gail Schrader and Marian Larsen assisted with the gifts and Mrs, Everett McSweeney registered them. Lunch was served by the committee. Miss Jones was married Sunday, August 20, at 2 p. m. in the Methodist church, to Bob W'lson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Arthur of Pequot, Minn., were Monday overnight guests of Mrs. Vern Arthur. Mrs. Harley Wescott went to Winterset Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Bill Gordon and family. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings, drove to Winterset Thursday and brought her back on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo DuBois, and Linda, of Cedar Falls, and Janet of Gaffney, South Carolina, were Wednesday visitors in the Robert Hanchett home. Mrs. Hanchett accompanied them home for overnight, and Mr. Hanchett drove to Waterloo Thursday to get her. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonds and Mike Lynch were Sunday dinner guests in the Merrill McCormick home in Sumner. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson, Bobby and John, of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Sherwood and family, of Percival, were visitors for several days in the home of her mother, Mrs, Vern Arthur, and with other relatives. Mrs. Mary Beman and granddaughter, Sheila Beman, returned home Saturday from Spirit Lake where they were employed at Templar park during the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Homewood of Cedar 'Rapids were Sunday visitors in the home of her son. John McFadden and family, and attended the wedding of Christine Jones and Bob Wilson in the afternoon. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Fickle of Oelwein were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Raatz and family. Descendants of the late John Bark held their third annual reunion on Sunday, Aug. 13, at Twin Bridges park. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Green, Mrs. Charles Green, Billy, Ronnie and Julie, of Lament; Mr. and Mrs. James Green, Candy, Cindy and Kim, Washburn; Mrs. Walter Steward, Mrs. Roberta Bark and Nancy, Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lamphier, Strawberry Point; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry West, Kathy and Jeffrey, Farmersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Stan- lev Erickson, Judy and Jenny Groff, McGregor;' Junior West, Elgin; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Green and Mike, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Hall, Alwyn and Joyce, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bark, Larry and Linda, Randalia; and Carl Hall, Long Beach, Calif. Birthday observed About 35 relatives of Mrs. Alma Loomis took picnic dinners to the Oelwein. park Sunday, Aug. 20, in observance of her birthday anniversary. Those attending from Fayette were! Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, Mrs. Hazel Rasmusen and Jean Ann Cowlen with Mrs. Carl WUkenson and son, Claude Bashtsll of Burlington; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Steggall and three daughters, Waterloo; Mr. und Mrs, Irving Lwmis, Carol and Dorothy, Strawberry- Potat, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Loomis, Mr. wd Mrs. Leslie Hillman «nd two children and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Loomte and Kevin, all of Arlington; Deotae Cowl*, Optoni Mr. and Mw. Charles Looniii and Mr, £d*M«.V U -«U SeUand twj , Denver; «nd MM. Free LL'S OH In <^ VALU Quality Plus Branded Valu Selected Whole Beef Round Aft average «!» Beef round will give you tic following cuts: 20 flw. Round'Steak 12 Ibg. Ground Bcof 8 Ibf. Swin Steak. . 4 Ibg. Soup M.-ut -«. 4 5Mb.' Bonelew Roasts 6 Ibs. Soup Bonrg Cfll tad wrapped—ready for your freezer—free of extra charge. With This Coupon CRYSTAL Quality Plus Branded Valu Selected Quality Plus liramled Valu Selected Ibs. 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