Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 7
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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News Volume 1, No. 18 hursd.iv. Of I,, Adult night school Classes held a ;-.hort business 'session, joying tlic scenery. and en- Monday MAYNARD — "How to Treat Common Home Emergencies" was Mrs. Dahl hosts Naomi circle members MAYNAKD — Mrs. Dalton Dan] was hostess to nine- members of the Naomi circli- of the the topic discussed by Mrs. Janet W.S.C.S. who met in her home Prochaska in the women's class Tuesday evening. Oct. 3. Ont new of the adult night school Monday evening, Oct. 9. She used film strips during the discussion. The same evening, L. J. Bodensteiner, Decorah, farm econo- McSwesny - Kinsella vows Read h3P9 last Saturvl iy Mis^ Hita McSweeny, "!' ora. 111., daughter of Mi Mrs. James McSwt % i % iiv > 1 n!t" and Thomas P. Kur i-l member, ,Mrs. Merrill Glew, and Juliet. III., son of Mr.-. John three guests, ,Mrs. Gale Smith, selhi aiifl lh;> late. 1 Mr. Ki Mrs. Glen Shafer and Mrs. H. D. Sandage also were present. Mrs. Ralph Gilmer had charge mist, led the men's group in their of the devotions taken from the "outlook" meeting in the high "Upper Room" and Mrs. Ronald school assembly room instead of Bruner led the discussion on the Community hall as previous- "This is my church". The bivth- ly announced. This was a dis- day anniversary of one of its hon- cussion on prospective prices for orary members, Mrs. Minnie 1982 for all livestock and dairy Boggess, who was 77 on Sept. 30. products. was observed by presenting her At the first meeting of the ad- with a gift and singing the birth- ult night school, Oct. 2, each day song. The entertainment was group had an attendance of 24. conducted by Mrs. William A. Door prizes went to Mrs. W. P. Slcphens, with honors going to Truesdell and Gene Brownell. Mrs. Sandage, Mrs. Eldon Refreshments at that meeting and Mrs. Elmer Reick. ( ,f Joliet. were married S. day. Oct. 7, in the St V ; pf Assisi Cathclic chuix Ii m ette. The 11:30 a. m double ceremony was performed I Rev. Lowell Shekelton. l>< nn altar banked with ro:e Andrea Nadeau, ai'cnn.p. by Mary Ann Nadeau. sai,,.: Maria". Given in marriage bv h< - ther, the bride were a length gown of chantilly tulle and taffeta. The gown Rose styled with a fitted bodice. eled sabrina neckline- and 1 won 1 13 members Mr- JVidini;. and v; I'm) •: privrnl P.' .:i ; u . |-c in.-idr IVr the "Aw- ii d and in-tall.-iiinn niiiht" which •'• ill b hrld .ininllv with the C'en- < : I.:\.' (".-I; c.'nli at the Farm Honored with showers i U'i ' h ada ' .-ihnw li nvrrs have been in hi:nnr of Miss 'ho will I), 1 mar- v'liricvcr on Oct. one 21 at St. Paul's Methodist church f° 1 "' in Cedar Rapids. Miss Jacqueline Davis was hostess at a party Monday night for 15 guests. Tue-- duy night fellow employees of Miss Reese at the Mabeline Beauty Salon honored her at a miscellaneous shower given at the- Club Ced-Rel. Tin; bride - elect is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marian Reese of Fayette and Mr. Schriever is tin- son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schriever of Cedar 'Rapids. n Ay. were served by Mrs. Loraine AI- Mrs. Stephens handed out cards sleeves. The full skirt brecht, Mrs. Frank Thyer and and offering envelopes for the feta and tulle was covered Mrs. Benton Harrison. Services held for Andrew J. Haas MAYNARD — Funeral services for Andrew J. Haas, 68, were held at the United Presbyterian church Saturday afternoon, Oct. 7, with the Burnham - Wood Funeral home of West Union in charge of arrangements. Burial was in Long Grove cemetery. Mr. Haas, a long-time resident of the Maynard community, died Thursday afternoon at West Union, where he had lived the past few years. his wife, Car, Mrs. Mabel , Calif., and week of prayer and self-denial pointed lace overskirt. The which will bo observe! at tne fingertip length veil was Emmanuel Methodist church at illusion and 2 p. in., Wednesday, Oct. 25. Pledges were received in the amount of £4 and 19 sick calls were reported. This circle will be in charge of 'making posters announcing the fall chicken dinner and bazaar and plans were made for its part in preparini' and serving the din- They ner. was caui'lit bonnet of lace edged in s p.nd pearls. She carried a orchid bouquet, and won 1 necklace and earrings, g the bridegroom. Ruth Hoffman and Man-ia Michels, of Aurora, III., friends of the bride, were attendants. wore peacock blue gruwns '.ve alini;. ' \\'i ire an i tl i '• ihnri. r an < at tin- Mi ' t.ie i errnie suit V. Mrs. K t ntgii'. in t M! in Aur.i; . , .in.l is nov. • Her husba'.e Hi • .) 'let hii'.h - . , . e I'.mversity • w.s rnii.'Ki' "t hniilo !V, is a > Ai .:i<ni.e Nations i I •;.Tved in the L'IJ:! i! iy fur two yea i -. Tile eiillple will Joliet after Oct. in Center-D-Best group Elects officers for year I;A.\I>AI.I.\ Wiiin.i 'i.-"i \Y.r: the in i.Mi'S. 1 ; w; lei i 1 i i * tvr |),i - !',(-( •!!! -li.li M, th' 1 !!' firs! mi 1 . Im.i: i'f Hi' ••'I last week The main Ini.ines 1 ; wa ','.; eeliiin 'if iil'l'irers, v. :lh tin 1 suits as tulluws: Dor's A ! president: Pally l-'oss. vise pu ilent: Sandra Haa!/.. t. '.rad Sla inriM- late ,,f Nolle -o tin' i and at the IV He Glori.-i 1 MeMrule, liiMm lan Martha Naliluil/. ahty yirls. Three new members -- Kaye MeMrule, Joan I.amphirr and IV- boriih /upUe -- wi re put on the olibs, tiea/'Urer: reporter; P< jli'.y Joyce 11,,'.! supply licit/matin. Maty Marilvn Katinc, in Jo pil- GLASS-LINED WATER HEATERS ... and guaranteed for 1O long year** Need a new water heater? Let us show you the money-saving PERMAGLAS... a product ol A. 0. Smith Corporation... with exclusive Heetwall construction. With 38% more heating surface, you get greater economy, faster recovery. C' . Singer •MODEL poo Plumbing, Heating, Wiring FAYETTE, IOWA al in, in, A miscellaneous shower was given in honor of Geraldine Polk and Gordon Kelly Friday evening in the church social room. Decorations were blue and white. Virginia Kelly assisted with the gifts and Mrs. Lorenz Behrens Junction City, Oregon. The youngest was Robin Lie Wilbur, 20-month old son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilbur of Hox- holm. There were 44 present Mrs. Helen Fauser of Charles City was elected secretary-treasurer for 1962. The family gathering will be held at the Pete »nr Minn • nnn VirMKor Antnri U1B " U " S wen.- uiuu unu wimw. Hoepfner home next year. of Maynard four Sera Mrs Virginia Kcl 'y assislcd with lhe M ^ and Ml ' s - H! »-° lcl »"'»<Nora Pon«; and »£ Emma fiifts and Mrs ' Loronz Bchrcns wood of Cedar Rapids we, e Sun- WatenpS both of\aynTd registered them. Judy Kelly coi- day afternoon callers in the Eu- watenpaugft, bom of Maynara, Jected (he ribbons in a paper gc £ e wjlbur nome plate. Entertainment was a pi- Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. ano solo by Sandra Raatz and a Vern Arthur were Mr. and Mrs. mock wedding was presented by Chester Arthur of Oelwein; Mar several little girls. Lunch was ii yn Arthur of Cedar Falls; and served by the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arthur, Rog- Mrs. Anna Rueckert of Waterloo, and Mrs. Susie Hartman of Epworth. meet MAYNARD — The Martha, The first annual reunion of the er and Nadene of Randalia. Esther and Ruth circles of the Willis W. Wilbur family was held Week-end guests in the Eugene W.S.C.S. met Thursday after- Sunday, Oct. 8, at the Eugene Wilbur home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur home. The oldest pres- Leslie Wilbur and Stephen of e nt was Lester W. Wilbur, 77, of West Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. noon, Oct. 5. Each made plans for its part in preparing for and serving Harvest dinner and bazaar at the Community hall, Wednesday, Oct. 18, and assigned individual duties. Mrs. Elsie Turner entertained the Martha circle at her home with Mrs. Lester Martin assisting. Mrs. Elmer Miller led 'the devotions taken from the "Upper Room" and read three chapters from the gaspel of Luke. Contests conducted by Mrs. Hugo Sharf furnished the entertainment with honors going to Mrs. Miller and Mrs. W. P. Truesdell. The 12 members present reported 24 sick calls for September. , The Esther circle met in the home of Mrs. Ernest Bachman with Mrs. Henry Kuper as co- hostess. Mrs. Elmer Klink was in charge of the devotions and lesson study. There were 17 sick calls reported by the 14 members present. Mrs. John Thiele and Mrs, Lee Candee were hostesses for the Ruth group which met at the former's .cabin at Harper's Ferry beginning with a shrre-a-dish at . noon. The afternoon program consisted of devotions and lesson study led by Mrs. Leo Simpson, ,__._. _ '— — --- ••' — Legal Notice NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION TO: Helen Brown and Catherine Smith, the parties in whose names the real estate hereinafter described is taxed: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 5th day of December, 1960, the following described real estate, to wit: Lot Fourteen (14), Block Two (2), Smith's Addition to the City of Oelwein, Fayette - County, Iowa was sold by the County Treasurer of said County at the annual sale begun and publicly held on the first Monday in December, 1960, tp Ray Leafstedt for the then delinquent and unpaid taxes against sold real estate for the years 1956, W57, 1958, 1959; and that a Certificate of Purchase at Tax Sale No. 5039 was duly issued to said •purchaser by said County Treasurer and that said purchaser is still the owner and holder of said Certificate of Purchase. • You are further notified that tjtie right of redemption will expire, and a Treasurer's Deed con- Veying said real estate to said purchaser will be Issued by the County Treasurer of Fayette county, Iowa, unless redemption from eaid sale is made within ninety (90) days after the corn- Dieted service of this Notice, j Dated this 29th w day ofSeptem- Ki nneth Wilbur anil liolun of Pioxholm. Mr. an-1 Mrs. 'I'.-il tended the Len:u We.ilgalc, Sunday Relatives were present from \Vi: i -on.-in, Minnesota, Waterloo. ,I<- up, Independence, Waverly, r'.-iyette. Sitnt- ner, Oelwein, We.-1i;.iti and H<m- dalia. The Thursday Keadmi; circle will meet with Mi I,:-.In- Davis. Thursday aftemoon, Oct. 1U. The program "a i'lianf.;ini; pattern of industry for Iowa" will lie presented by Mr I'.n'.ier Dav.s. Hull call to be an. w-tcd wilh the name of an inipm lant lowii industry. Starting Nov. ,'j Sunday school will be at 9;4T> a in and church services at 10:45 a m. The Martha circle of tlie Woman's Society of Christian Serv to •to© ARIZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN In Scotlsdale- the "West'j mo»t WeMern Town" —12 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest ana* finest y«or around hofaf. ISO luxurious rooms and lylfei—alJ with private sun deck, many havt snackbar kitchen*. Dinning Room, Cocktail Loung«. Heated Swimming Pool. All sports and activities available. Excellent Meeting I EUROPEAN PLAN facilities for!groups | Writ, for kochw. up to 200. JROMRT FOEHU O«n. Mgr. FAYETTE vs. POSTVILLE Friday' October 13 8:OO P. M. THESE MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO SUPPORT THE TEAM - ATTEND THE GAME Get Your Kodak Color Film For Pictures Of The Homecoming Game DANIELS DRUG You'll Find That FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AT GEORGE'S PLACE Were Backing The Team ALL THE WAY EARLE'S STANDARD SERVICE LEWIS VARIETY STORE Complete Line Of SCHOOL SUPPLIES We're Proud Of The Team STATE BANK OF FAYEHE Phone 4 Fayette, Iowa Where College Friends Meet COFFEE NOOK CAFE Fayette, Iowa Everything In the Food Line FOR THE TEAM AND THE FANS BILL'S SUPER VALU THRIFTY FOOD MART For All Things Good To Eat Phone 81 Fayette, Iowa WOA JOHNSON By: J. G. Jctonson .,.,-, Attorneys inel Agents for Ray Leafstedt 22 East Charles Oelwein, Iowa FAYETTE HIGH SCHOOL cheer leader* who have played a blp part in iho BueeMtful 'Mason oi the Cardinal* BO fax this fall are pictured above. Oh the left, from top to bottom, they are: Diane Ashby. a junior, .daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Wesley Ashby; Sheri Bierbower. a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylep Bierbower; Winnie Zbornik, a sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Zbomik. On the right, top to bottom are: Marj Webb, a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs* Charles Webb; Roberta Gage, a senior, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gagej Andrea Nadeau, ,a sophomore, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andre Nadeau. The girls will be doing their best to help the Cardinal* w}n their homecoming game against Postville thU Friday night JOIN THE TEAM After The Homecoming Game OTT'S DRIVE-IN Aluminum Craft Boats Johnson Outboard Motors We're Behind The Team 100 Per Cent FARM BUREAU INSURANCE CO. Phone 258 Fayette, Iowa For The Best In Movie Entertainment FAYETTE THEATER Were Backing The Team ALL THE WAY DUMERMUTH AND FAY THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 . 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