Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 24, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 24, 1961
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» LOCALS Major Machinery Exhibitor* v Return To State Fair Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Quandt urday evening near West Union. went to Le Claire Sunday to spend the day in the Paul Quandt church home and to attend the services there that morning, in which their infant grandson, Rog- homes. er Art Quandt, was baptized. Mrs. Jesse Shepard of Ferryville, Wis., is visiting in the Ray Potter and Mrs. Sam Shepard Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mable Ostrander were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Shessler and Bessie Ellis of Olivia, Minn. Thc women are cousins of Mrs. Ostrander. The Lima Ladies Cemetery association met Wednesday evening, August 16, at the church to make plans and appoint committees for their annual dinner on Sunday, Sept. 24. Mrs. Lottie Wycoss and Dr. and Mrs. James Wycoss of Enid, Oklahoma, are guests in the Farroll Baza home. Sunday guests in the Howard Roberts home were Mrs. Francis Morgan, Kathy and Janet of Plainfield, Olga Ellefson, Merlin and Howard Robert, Jr.. and Phyllis Morgan of Winona, Minn. Christine Jones becomes Bride of Robert Wilson RANDALIA — Christine Jones Norman Helle, sister of thc bride, became tho bride of Robert Wil- poured coffee. Mrs. Gerald Davis, son at the Methodist church Sun- friend of the bride, served the day afternoon, August 20, at 2 ice cream, and Mrs. John Patti- p. m. The Rev. James Nelson son poured punch. Mis. Everett McSweeney was ifi charge of the guest book. Marjoric Schrador registered the gifts and Gail Schrader and Delores Ran assisted. Miss Schrader Fayette Leader Page 5 August 24, 1961 Fayette, Iowa clora, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Langerman and family of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Denny, and Mrs. Doug Everett w attended the 25th wedding an- Mr. and Mrs~E. H. Holcomb n'versary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter of Indianola are visiting at the Hetn of Fairbank. Lyle Robb home. — • — —•— Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett Mrs. W. V. Clark returned spent a few days in the home of home Sunday after visiting a jher sister and family, the Bob week with her relatives in Min- Johnson's of Marengo. nesota. —•— —•— Mrs. Naomi Hanson and the The Rev. and Mrs. Jerry Wol- Dave McGee family, attended the cott and two children returned graduation of Bill Hanson at •home Sunday evening, following Ames, Saturday, a week's vacation in Minnesota. _•__ —•— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth call- Dr. John Andrew Holmes, ed at the home of her aunt, Mrs. U.I.U. 1895, died at his home in Louise Goldsberry in Fairbank, Pasadena, Calif., August 11. His Sunday, boyhood home was near Hawkeye. DCS Moines, la: Seven of the eight largest farm machinery manufacturers in the nation will again exhibit at the Iowa Stale tan after an absence of several years. Their exhibits will be housed in the Farm-O-Rama, one of the world's biggest tents which Js 600 feet long. Completing the largest farm machinery show of the year in Iowa will be nearly 50 more manufacturers and distributors in the 40-acre machinery plaza. Artist's con- caption shows the Farm-O-Rama just south of the Varied Indus- officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Bedford Jones of Sneedville. Tcnn., and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Wilson of Randalia. The altar was decorated with bitskets of white gladioli. Nuptial music was presented fay Roberta Ran at the piano. The bride, given in marriage by lu>r brothi r. Glen Jones of Canton, 111., wore a waltz length gown of imported embroidered and Miss Ran were also waitresses. The couple are now at honir in Fayette, and plan to take a trip to Tennessee later this fnll. Guests at Langermans Sunday dinner guests at the pure silk organza, fashioned with J " c> Langerman home were their a fitted b.-dice with long tapered ^, hlld , rcn . and fnm >' ies - This sleeves and a sequin and pearl embroidered sabrina neckline. Announce engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kauten of Fayette announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Barbara, to Richard Gehrke, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gehrke, of Oelwein. Miss Kauten, a 1958 graduate of the Fayette high school, is employed at the State Bank of Fayette. Mr. Genrke, a 1955 graduate of Sacred Heart high school in Oelwein, is employed by the Chicago Great Western railroad in Oelwein. A September 9 wedding planned. is Brumm Wed in St. Francis church Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmidt, Tom and Mary, returned home Friday from a week's vacation in Minnesota. ,, - ,u r, , Friday night guests in the Dale I'rcd fr similate tiers. The bride eai-riid a bouquet of pink and wl-.ite carnations with white streamers. Mrs. Harold Ault, sister of the bride was bridesmaid, and wore a pink linen dress with white accessories and carried a bouquet of white carnations with pink streamers. Jchn Pattison, cousin of the bride groorn, was best man. Harold Ault, brother-in-law rf thc budu, and Bernard Pattison, Fol.owing a short wedding £f"£ tethc bri ** ro '' m - » cal «« I 111 rr-. ni " *•*** ' The mother of the groom chose a purple acetate dress for the wedding, and wore a pink carnation corsage. Nuptial music was provided by and Upper Iowa University, will ph*.^ 1 *" 011 W " S hC ' ld '" lhC was the first time in three years the family had been all together. The bouffant skirt was embi'oid- Thosc P'^scnt were, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Langerman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Langerman and family, Mr. and Mrs M. B. Samek and family, and Judy and Jo Ellen, all of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Langerman and family, of Lancaster Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Phil'ip Langerman of El- St. Francis Catholic church in Fayette was the setting for the wedding of Judy Maxson and Dennis Brumm, Saturday, August 19. Thc Rev. Lowell Shekeltor. officiated at the 10 a. m. double present in a navy blue dress. A buffet luncheon was served at the Fa; m Bureau building after the wedding. trip, the newlyweds will live at Britt, Iowa, where Mr. Brumm ring ceremony before an altar will be a coach and Uaeher in decked with bouquets of y»!low the Britt schools. Mrs. Brumm, a and white gladioli. graduate of Fayette high sihrol .. On ThU uUful Mother^' e " Maxson are " Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kiel attended the funeral of her brother-in- law, David Fussell, at Strcmg- hurst, 111., Tuesday. Mrs. Fussell accompanied them home for Maxson home were Ruth Brumm, a visit in their home and with Barbara and Maureen Allison of other relatives and friends in Greene, this vicinity. —o — —•— Larry Maxson is spending a 15- Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Claxton day leave in the home of l.ip par- and the Misses A^ny Leigh and ents, the Dale Maxsons. Larry .4^"; pother" Margaret Paine attended the is stationed in San Diego, Calif, funeral of Clyde Blunt at West and came home to attend the Union, Thursday afternoon. wedding of his sister, Judy Max- Mr, and Mrs. Paul Niemann of • and Mrs. Delphin Suihner were Sunday afternoon Irene Dumermuth landed a 15- Hampton, art- the bridegroom's callers of Mr. and Mrs. Walker pound northern pike last week parents. Briggs. while fishing at St. Croix, Wis. A ballerina length gown of —•— —•— chantilly lace, styled along prin- ^ u Mr. and Mrs. James Miller took Lois Bennington has just re- cess lines, was worn by the bride. thfelr daughter, Sandra, to Cog- turned from attending Leader- The fitted bodice had short sleev- ur ^ n : gah, Sunday afternoon, where ship camp, at the 4-H state camp es with an unpressed pleated . r A ,-.^11 ., o /-.or-A T-C-CT' she will attend "Wapsle Y" camp near Madrid. While there shr panel at the sidoe with a bustle NAI ION O t»KLA 1 tb I this week. was elected to serve on the camp bow at the back. Her shoulder pi IM »M p A RM FAIR ,—•— „ . council. She was sponsored by length veil was attached to a lily Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee t h e Fayette Farm Bureau. and family had a picnic dinner m and supper Sunday with Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bill- Mrs. Hal Nolting in the Exchange ings and son, Steven, of Kansas park in Waterloo, to celebrate City, Mo., are visiting in the Mrs. Nolting's birthday. parental E. A. Billings home- Barbara and Maureen Allison, of teach kindergarten at Klemme. Greene, cousins of the bride. Bar- She had taught at Jcsup for two bara was the soloist and Maureen years. Mr. Brumm is a graduate accompanist. Selections were of the New Hampton schools and Maria". "'Pamis Angelicus", Upper Iowa university. Vows read on Sunday Mrs. Mable Sandhagen of Fayette and Duane Bockholl of Oran were united in marriage on Sunday afternoon, Aug. 20, at 3 p. m. at the Little Brown Church social mom immediately | follosving the ceremony. Mrs.' Glen Jones, sister-in-law of thc bride, cut the wedding cake. Mrs. PIJTT-NIK PARK V 2 Mile North of Oelwein On Highway 150 Featuring COMPLETE MEALS and SHORT ORDERS COMPUTE PROTECTION AUTOMOIILI MllfC TRUCK! FARM LIAIILITr GENERAL LIAIILITY WORKMIN'S COMMNSATION " D Jffi AHD * uiirnr iOMD * ACC DINT AND HIALTH HOSPITALIZATION State Auto and Camalty Undtrwrltort DIS MOINU, IOWA EARL SCHNEIDER Insurance Agency lney W1U rr ' ako tlu '" lulnie at the Smithfield The PhilafhTas~will meet with of the valley headpiece. She car- Civil War Centennial ried Q white prayerbook topped with an arrange me n t of white IHWA QTATU carnations and pink rosebu ds. Mr. «vWA DlAlfi Maxson e his daught er in *„ 9 e c mt Q marriage. Aug. &r> - oept. J Sisters of ^ K 03U P lc were the Des Moines, Iowa Members o boys' 4-H club took their live- Mrs. Margaret McSweeney at bndal attendants. Becky Max- stock to tfce fairgrounds at West 12:15 p. m. on Wednesday, Aug. son - Fayette, was maid of honor, Union Saturday and enjoyed a 30. picnic dinner on the grounds. and Ruth Brumm, New Hampton, was bridesmaid. They wore identical drpssjes of mint green , nylon over taffeta. The dresses Afternoons: Aug. 27; ana FUN FOR ALL... BIG CAR RACES — Sept. 1, 2 Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer at- Solomon reunion held tended the wedding Saturday at Those attending the Soloman had fitted bodices with scoop Spirit Lake of their grandson reunion Sunday, Aug. 20, at necklines and short sleeves. Norman J. Peters of Cedar Falls Klock's Island in Fayette were: White taffeta ribbon accented the STOCK CAR RACES — and Linda Kay Kuyter of Spirit Mr. and Mrs. iRichard Milligan waistline. Both attendants wore . £ A oc Lake. They accompanied Mr. and family and Ronald Milligan, headpieces to match their gowns Afternoon: Aug. £b; and Mrs, Thomas Shaffer and Waverly; Mr. and Mrs. Cecile and carried bouquets of pale yel- Niffht' Sent 3 boys of Cedar Rapids. Thomas, James Russell, Rose and lo / carnations. *• ' f Ji,.,,, ,j —••— Nellie Soloman of Guttenburg; Acting a» best man at his bno- JALOPY RACES — Mrs. M. H. Alderspn and chil- Mr. and Mrs. John H. Soloman ther's wedding was Donald dr& hqye been visiting relatives an d family of Rudd; Mr. and Mrs. Brumm of Preston, Minn, lion in Missouri the past two weeks, Ralph Kephart and family of Maxson, Fayette, brother of the white Mr. Alderson is attending Hazleton; Mrs. Marie Soloman bride, was the attendant. Bob c lunrMCIPn Naffcmail Guard camp at Camp and Delores, Fayette; Mr. and Klieman of Waterloo, and Bob Super MUUiri^U Mrs. Myron KJeritz and family, Gaffney of New Hampton, friends and Larry bride, Ripley in Minnesota. v n ri.tf ?*ri>M« to ration Suniner ; Mr. and Mrs. John R. of the bridegroom, Farley -eSpetta to raturti ^^ Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Maxson. brother of the Walker Brl «^ and ^ avid Bri ^ s - served as ushers ' • wore white down inside of his boot orking at the Fayette Last Thursday he his other loot, but is up Night: Aug. 27; Afternoon: Aug. 31 Afternoon : Sept. 3 -„-„-,-, D A^rc HORSE RACES — Wi jf. Eugene Finch, who teaches ish 'm Phillips Exeter Acad- in'Z*eter, New Hampshire, t'Mrfc.Helen Dial of Mill Val- I.,, arc visiting their bro- ar. and Mrs. Fred Finch. and Mrs. Howard Herwig, ,eryl and Mary Ann, and " Mrs. Inez Stamp, of called at the J. H. Some, Sunday morning the"; Herwigs accompanied to (Independence where they dinner guests in the Lloyd m home. and Mrs. Ralph Welsh were over the week-end to his her. husband, Mr. and i Johnson of Fort River (Riders expect the over-night trail club, Sat- Feeds and Ingredients CUSTOMIZED FEEDS CWT. 16% Pig Starter - Grower $3.80 14% Pig Grower 3.50 12% Hog Finisher 1 3.00 15% Sow Feed 3.05 16% All Mash Layer „______ 3.40 Dairy Feed 3.25 JUST ARRIVED FAlXA WINTER SAMPLES Com* In And Let LW You For A IVERSITY CLEANERS INGREDIENTS CWT. O. P. Soybean Meal 4.70 Solvent Soybean Meal 4.40 00% Tankage 5.60 50% Protein Blend 5-40 Wheat Middling* 2.40 Bran 2.30 ALL PRICES F.O.B. FAYETTE TON 92.00 86.00 110.00 106.00 48.00 46.00 T«mi. Net Cash Prices Effective lo Aug. 31 NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Phoac 148 - F»y*tt« ( Night: Aug. 25 THRILL SHOW — Nights: Aug. 26, Sept. 2 Afternoon: Aug. 28 HORSE SHOW — Aug. 29 thru Sept. 3 MUSICAL REVUE — Nights: Aug. 28 thru Sept. 1 BIGGEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION IN YEARS MAMMOTH FARM MACHINERY SHOW... Biggest of the year in lows. Seven of the eight leading manufacturers in huge Farm-O-Rama ieni plui nearly 50 other machinery exhibitors. National Livestock Show, 4-H, FFA Fair, Corn & Grain Show, Farm Gadget Show, lowti Quality Meat Show, Poultry & Rabbit Show, Team Pulling AND... Women's ExposUion, Free Camp, HoiMihoe Pitching. Tal«ni Championships, Baton Twirling Contest, Mile - Long MHdw'rfy, Spectacular Fireworks, Child- rtti'i Barnyard, Checker Touzda- nient. Art Exhibit, Photo Salon, TV - Radio Broadcasts. Belter Living Show. Musical Festival CHILDREN'S DAY FRIDAY, AUGUST 2rf SEE IT ALL THIS YEAR Don't Miss These ... Back To School SPECIALS! Men's WORK SOX 5 pair 97c ATHLETIC SOX FOR BACK TO SCHOOL pair 77c Men's WORK SHIRTS 97c Boys' BLUE BELL SLACKS Regular $3.98 NOW MISSES' ANKLETS SI Value pair 77c FIRST QUALITY NYLONS 51 Gauge - 15 Denier $2 77 pair 97c Boys' WHITE GYM SHORTS 77c ATHLETIC SUPPORTERS Regular $1 NOW Boys' KNIT T-SHIRTS Regular $1.49 NOW FIRST QUALITY SEEMLESS NYLONS 3 pair $1 57 HEADSCARFS Regular 69c each 2 for 77c Children's HANES SLEEPERS Regular $2.25 NOW $1 67 RECEIVING BLANKETS Regular $1.19 Value for 2 NOW O for 2 for 87c TERRY CLOTH SETS Regular $1.98 NOW $1" Udies' HANDKERCHIEFS 49c Value 4 lot 97c Ladies' CANVAS SHOES Regular $3.95 and $4.95 $199 PERCALE Regular 49c per yard NOW OT. YARD 27c Ladies' TAPERED SLACKS SI 97 BOYS' ANKLETS 4 ^ 97c SHOES AND CLOTHING

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