Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 21, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 21, 1961
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Rtwt&Ua Center township Homemakers will meet Thursday, Sept. 21, at 1:30 p. m.,-in the church social room for their organizational tea. There will be election of officers and the trip will be discussed. Mrs. Schlumbohm, county chairman for woman's work, will show slides of her trip to Washington, D. C. Everyone is invited. The Woman's Relief Corps will hold a social meeting in the hall Friday afternoon, Sept. 22. Everyone is invited. The Thursday Reading Circle will entertain old friends at a noon luncheon Sept. 28 in the church social room. Program committee are Mrs. Neil Ingersoll and Mrs. Robert Hanchett; recep- ti n tomrrv tttc, Mrs. Ben Turner and M:s. J. \V. Frye; menu, Mrs. James M'.-Sweeny, Mrs. Blanche Knight and Mrs. Lee Jcllings. The Randalia Sunday school will observe Rally Day, Sunday, Sept. 24. Certificates of promotion and awards will br presented during the worship service. Sunday school will be at 9 a. in. and the morning worship service at 10 a. in. Please bring good used clothing to be sent to Church World Service where it is distributed to disaster areas both home and abroad. The Sewing circle will meet on Sept. 26 with Mrs. Howard Sullivan for a pot kick dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner, Mrs. Mary Bcman, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye drove to Gays Mills, Wis., Sunday. Mrs. Lloyd Sprague, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Shaffer attended the funeral services for Mrs. Charles Axley at Corwith last Tuesday. Mrs. Donna Johnson left Friday for a visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Billy Johnson at Fort Wayne, Ind., and to get acquainted with her granddaughter, born in August. Mrs. Madge Doran and Mr. and Mrs .Emery Gates and family, of Waterloo were Friday evening visitors in the Lee Jcllings home. Mrs. Doran and the three Gates boys stayed over the week-end Mr. and Mrs. Harlcy Wescott of Waverly, Dcai: Jellings of Rochester, Minn., and Fay Davis of Oelwein were also week-end vis- itors/-. . Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayette spent afiveral days in the home of her sister, Mrs. J. W. Frye, en- route home from Cedar Falls, where she has been assisting in the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. ana Mrs. Keen Brown. Mrs. Carrie Talrntt. Mrs. J. W. Frye, Mrs. Harriet Smith, Mrs. Deane Davie, Mrs. Parker Davis and Mrs. Fred Finch attended the district meeting of the W.S.C. S. at Decorah last Tuesday. The Dunham's Grove cemetery meeting will be Thursday evening, Sept. 21, at it p. m. at the Floyd Hack home. Mrs. W. A. Schrowler and Mrs. Ben Turner attended the September birthday club Friday at Mrs. Ethel Voshell's home in Fay- ette. Mrs. Elvin Nading and Jeffrey have returned to their home in Alexandria, La., after visiting her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading. while her husband was at Denver, Colo., for three weeks. Extension family living Program is complete Plans have been completed for the Family Living program for the coming year, reports Dorothyc E. Busching, county extension home economist. The first meeting, a leader training session, will be "Taking the Clutter Out of the Kitchen." This meeting will beheld on Sept. 28, at 2 p. in., at the county extension office in Fayette. Any organized group who is interested is invited to send a representative to this meeting to get the lesson, so they may teach it to their group. A follow-up for this meeting will he n tour in late October or ciirly November to various kitchens in .he county. The tour will I).- open to any who are interested in attending and further plans will bo announced later. Other 1 .-flings planned as a part of the r'iimily Living program include: "Window Treatment", "Reclaiming Picture Frames", "Freezer Management" and "Outdoor Cookery". The dates and places for these meetings will be an- m-tmced prior to each of them. Questions concerning the program may be directed to the County Extension office, Fayette. ELECTED PRESIDENT Paul Clark was elected president of the Harlan Livestock 4-H club at its recent September meeting. Others elected were Gary Brownell, vice president; Dick Brownell, secretary; and Gary Gamier, reporter. Demonstrations given at the meeting were "opening a feed sack" by Marvin Clark, and "making a paint brush storage can" by Jon Steege. DRINK '3GLASSES OF MILK IVIRY OAY jENTER YOUR DOG IN OUR BIG RATION WOW. SEPTEMBER 23 Gold Medal I SEE ENTRY BLANK AT BOTTOM Of PAGE Fill up your freezer during our FROZEN FOOD 1*1 GOLDEN BOOK ENCYCLOPEDIA r 50 lb. bag $2 99 I Flav-O-Rite, 11 oz. pkg. CHOCOLATE CHIPS Creamette, 2 lb. box MACARONI Coral, 22 oz. LJOUID SOAP RED POTATOES *0 3 Med. Yellow ONIONS 29c 39c 39c 29c 19c North State Frozen Tom Thumb Frozen DOG FOOD KEN-L-MEAL KEN-L-RATION KEN-L-MEAL KEN-L-B1SKIT Griffin Scuff Cover SHOE POLISH Hiawatha, quart size DILL PICKLES Milky Way, Snickers, 3 Muskateers CANDY BARS Franco American SPAGHETTI Mix With Cheese Chef Boy-Ar-Dee PIZZA PIE MIX Dairy Cattle Congress Contest Cheese , b 49c ;!!i;;;!!!!;;:i!!;!!i;i!:!iiii;ii!;;i;;;;!!!i;::;ii:i;!:iii::;i;«;;!;^ 10 4 29c 39c 59c 2 ,or89c $2 59 35c LL'S 10 steaks in each package 4-Fuhermeh Frozen (Heat 'n Serve) Fish Sticks v 4 is '1 North State Frozen (All IS Varietlei) Vegetables 6 **<. $ 1 SAME . taw races -KU* JUMBO THURINGER 89c lb RIB STEAK 69c lb PORK STEAK 53c lb We Sell and Process BEEF QUARTERS SUPER VALU North State Froten Ratpberrbt—Peachet or, Strawberries .... 5!te*1 S»oM/« Froxw Apf/h—Ctony—P** 1 * •***'" Fruit Pies ... **&• 3^ $ 1 We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Sundays — 2-39' Soups..... 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