Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 31, 1961 · Page 3
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August 31, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Leader Page 3 RatultUia The Women's Society of Christian Service will meet Sept. 6 in the church focial room with Mrs. Clifford Anderson and Mrs. Harry Anderson as hostesses. The program leaders will be Mrs. Parker Davis and Mrs. Lenton Dyke. Roll call is to be answered with a Bible verse. The men are planning to paint the church Saturday, Sept. 2, weather permitting. Those wishing to help should bring paint brush, paint pail and ladder, if p-ssible. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Howards and family of New York, Mrs. Rial Smith and sons of Beloit, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Conner of Oelwein were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Harriet Smith. Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayette was a Sunday overnight guest of her bn?ther-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye. Sunday dinner guests in the Leslie Oakes home were: Mr. and Mrs. Claude Aubrey of Sumner, Mrs. Sarah Waskow of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Waskow and family of Dunkerton, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waskow, Evelyn and George of Fredericksburg." Aftern?on visitors were Mr. and Mrs. George Weidemann. Mr. and Mrs. Will Rappold. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Belschner of Hawkeye. Last Saturday visitors in the J. W. Frye home were Mr. and Mrs. Bud Crane of Stoux City, South Dakota. Mrs. Crane is the former Margaret Vaughn, cousin of Mrs. Frye. Mrs. Hazel Elde and Charles, cf Mount Vernon, Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. George Kedl and Kent of Sheridan, Wyo., were last Tuesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. They had attended the wedding of the Kedl's eldest son, Douglas, at Minneapolis. Mrs. Elde and Mrs. Kedl were raised on a farm west of Randalia. They were Hazel and Mildred McNard. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye and Robert attended the Van Sickle reunion at Gates park in Waterloo last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Van Sickle and Tom, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Laney of Fort Scott. Kans., were last Monday guests for dinner of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lenius and family of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. Robert Frye left Saturday for Newhall, Calif., where he will teach his second year. Last Monday evening guests in the Lee Jellings home were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jellings and granddaughter Barbara Smith, and Harry Jellings of Oelwein. Overnight guests were Mr. and Mrs. Eldon 'Norton of Lancaster, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Serge 1 of Eayette, Mr. and Mrs. Dtarsey Cannell and Vaylprd of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sorge, Darwin and Dennis were Sunday dinner guests in the Charles McBride home honoring Faye on her birthday anniversary. Leslie Wilbur of Des Moines, and Kenneth Wilbur of Pilot I^ound were Monday visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eu- g$ne Wilbur and attended the funeral of their uncle Sam Shep*Wr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur and Mrs. Pete Hoepfner attend- e| the funeral of their brother- iiiilaw, Sam Shepard, at Fayette .last week. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schroeder of Arlington visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, atx evening caller. iMr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur were Saturday overnight guests ittHhe home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- oSh Homewood at Cedar Rapids. lifr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mardene and Rollyn were Saturday evening visitors of, Mrs. Mildied. Miner in Foy*t*« for her bfrthday anniversary. >Ir. and Mrs. Harold Vanders«» and LeAnn of Qe.lwuin, and !$r. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and fimily of Center Point were Sunday supper guesU in the parental W. A. Schroedajs home. lies. Opn Newman of Llttlepori was aii evaniu gcaller. TMT. and Mrs. W. A- Schroder, dene and Rollyn wero Tues- evening visitors 1? «* pu- Schroeder home In Arung- SONS OF PIONEERS ,(. n.r,—..—- lor ln« All- iftKJi^LS^yaft'Ki-tl irouih Sept. 4, wilt be tlui Son» Idtktek, th« for Brady .to »Fslr Stop, Look and Glisten . . . with these Fabulous Labor Day Buys! "••> SUPER VALU K§ 1st Choice Fresh Frozen Govt. Grade A /^^^ FRYER PARTS Breasts . . Lb. ^ c Drumsticks LB. 59 C Thighs . . .u>. 59 C Cut Up-Pan Ready Leafing through my cookbook, my 12-year-old duugiilff tvus baffled by a cookie recipe. "It says to add mi^ui, eg^.s and mix," she exclaimed, "but it doesn't say wliut kind of mix." rue Washington W HOLE lUackl lawk RatU's PICNIC HAM^- 8lb -- Nissens ALL MEAT BOLOGNA 25 c lb - ib 30c ,, 49c Washington ITALIAN PRUNES Known for. Famous Brands Morton House — oven baked *B PORK&BEANS16o*-can.£ lOlb. bag CHARCOAL BRIQUETS for 63c Ubby's Fruit Cocktail 303 Size Cans 5 cans $1 Kraft Jet Puffed MARSHMALLOWS iooz.pkg. Red Rooster Drip or Reg. Grind COFFEE iu>-«« Hiawatha DILL PICKLES «• Hiland 59c lag Potato (pips 49c We Have A Complete Line Of PICNIC SUPfMp FOR THE LABOR DAY HOLIDAY TWi !• Th« Lwt Holiday Wecknmd Of Th« Yew Take Advantage Of \t Wi^ A Fu^ily Picnic ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS lb. SUPER VALU. •I rom mmto Frozen JELLO 23 oz. pkg. Cal Fame ORANGE DRINK PINEAPPLE - GRAPEFRUIT DRINK PINEAPPLE - ORANGE DRINK 3 _ 69c cans boxes State Frozen 89 C DON'T FORGET THE STREET DANCE FRIDAY NIGHT, SEPT. 1 IN OUR PARKING LOT Muaic by Jack Howard and his Orchestra Grape Juice. . . . 6 Flavor Kist Choc. Chip Cookies 2 7 oz. pkgs. 49C We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Wcdt Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. . Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon RED SAVE ( GREEN ST> ,.., --.

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