Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 28, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 28, 1961
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retULwder kawtatia ' -••••.•-•""• — ">-•*• -" «•*-*—£T$wffr-»T'i&gssOT ^ 1 «<•»••«•» Apples with t^mi-ripened The Center Township Homemakers organizational tea was held Thursday afternoon in the church social room with 20 women present. Mrs. Schlumbohm gave an interesting talk and showed slides of her trip to Washington, D. C. The trip was planned for Oct. 3 to Freeport, 111. They will go by bus, leaving Randalia at 5:30 a. m. Officers elected were: Mrs. David Wells, chairman; Mrs. Delmar Sorge, vice chairman; Mrs. Bill Schroeder, publicity chairman. Tea and cookies were served from an arranged table. Mrs. Lloyd Sprague poured. Next meeting will be Oct. 19, with Mrs. Lee Oakes and Mrs. Donald Johnson as hostesses. The Woman's Relief Corps had a special meeting in their hall Friday afternoon. Bunco was played at four tables with prizes going to Mrs. Ben Turner, Mrs. Lee Jellings, Mrs. Jim Davis and Mrs. Bill Schroeder. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Oct. 4 in the church social room with Mrs. Floyd Nading and Mrs. Dale Gordon as hostesses. Program leaders are Mrs. Fred Finch and Mrs. W. C. Llewellyn. Roll call will be answered by "a kindness I received." The annual meeting of Dunham's Grove cemetery group was held Thursday evening at the Floyd Hack home. A good attendance was on hand to take care of the business. Officers elected ior the year were Mrs. Blanche Knight, president; Mrs. Ruth Whiteford, vice president; Mrs. David Wells, secretary; David Wells, treasurer; W. C. Llewellyn, trustee for three years; and Floyd Hack, caretaker. A plot of the cemetery was drawn up by Mrs. David Wells. The circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service held their first meeting of the year on Wednesday afternoon. Circle one met with Mrs. Robert Claxton and chose the name of Mary for their circle. Their next meeting will be Oct. 18 with Mrs. Deane Davis. Circle two met with Mrs. Tom Smale and chose the name of Martha. They will meet Oct. 18 with Mrs. Lenton Dyke. The Society will have their annual dinner Oct. 11 in the church social room. The menu committee are: Mrs. Clifford Anderson, Mrs. Robert Hanchett, Mrs. Taylor Briggs. Dining room, Mrs. Bruce Vargason. Publicity, Mrs. Ten Lenius, Mrs. Kenneth Nading, Mrs. Lee Jellings. Neils Larsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Larsen, received his discharge from the army after three years service and arrived home Sept. 16. He has enrolled as a freshman at Upper Iowa university. Mr. and Mrs. Don. King and granddaughter Carole Lee King of Oelwein were Wednesday evening callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Juni6r Bronn. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Burman of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Howray of Waverly were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Ted Lenius home. Mrs. Burman and Mrs. Rowray are sisters of Mr. Lenius. Sunday dinner guests in the Lloyd Sprague .home, celebrating Ills birthday anniversary, were Mr. and Mrs. Lee Oakes, Bernard, Betty Lee and Barbara, and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner. Mr. and Mrs. John Wenger and family of Fairbank were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. David Wells. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur and Dennis were Sunday supper guests in the Keith Borland home in Oelwein. Mm Borland and Mrs. Wilbur visited Mrs. Jim Antoine, who moved recently to Oelwein. Music club to meet In high school gym The Fayette Music club will Jhflld JKhfiir regular monthly meeting, Monday, Oct. 2, at 8 p. m. In the high school gym. All parents of grade school BOO high school students who are in vocal music or band are asked to * Vocal music is taught in all the grades, making all parents of grade school children members. There are H*> dues. W.S.C.S, POSTPONED The WiS.C«S. will be postponed one wwek, tbiQct. 11, becatwo « the annual '<W1 church »««»** which U being served onjn**' netday, Oct. 4, which Is the regular meeting" dy*!-, ^ 1 • 'ft W II' IJMA-LADIES,.» . 13»ft JUtaw.Ji* d W "•£«* • ^Jsa&ffissaJB' * BILL'S Michigan Jonathan A flavorile of choosy eaters, these apples are extra good for salads, pies and sauce. ib. bag SUPER VALU 1 White — 400 size PUFFS i Our new cook teemed to be a find. We had agreed on hours, wages and dtjn off. "My husband is very punctual," I taid. "But sometimes," I added apologetically, "he bring* home • unexpected guests for dinner. I would suggest you alw«yi be prepared for such an emergency." "Yes, m«W Elinor nodded. 'Til keep my bags pecked." MOM ou» TJeaderk mi JV. DlgcM TWO delicious meals it ONE low price \ Center Cut Pork Chops . . . 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Cheddar Cheese lb . 49C DEVILS FOOD CAKE MIX SPICE CAKE MIX WHITE CAKE MIX YELLOW CAKE MIX 3 Diamond Mandarin Oranges 6 t , r $1°° Good Valu B - Z Apricot Preserves B - Z Blackberry Preserves B - Z Grape Jam • B - Z Peach Preserves B - Z Red Raspberry Preserves B - Z Strawberry Preserves 10 oz. jars 01 Salad Dressing ILL'S PER VALU la the October Issue t Fall Garden Roundup Super Valu Brand tarfft Fmify Sfat Pizza with Meat Shrimp Ahoy Frozen Faarify SI* Breaded Shrimp '£ 79* Snow Crop Frozen (NtMO JVOOH^ Orange Juice , * 4 SS We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M Fri. - Sat — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon 'i^^^wWi^SI^MP AU-SP THRU MONDAY

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