Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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Des Ra+utalta Evelyn Huebner's 15th birthday anniversary was celebrated Oct. 14 at the home of her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Huebner in Oclwein, with a surprise party. Attending the party were Sandra and Kathy Bronn, Renee Schlee, Mardene Schroeder, Barbara and Judy Claxton, Jane Ashby, Randalin; Bonnie Wolfe, Karen Fish, Phyllis Alshouse of Maynard; Judy Potratz, Linda Hansen, Karen Roii- er, Diane Potratz, Donna Fortune of Westgate; Virginia Fausch of Springville, and Elaine Barry of Sumner. Bingo was played and after the honoree opened JILT gifts, lunch was served. The birthday cake was baked by Mrs. Bud Caldwell, sister of the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schlee assisted in the transportation of the guests. The occasion also marked Mrs. Donald Huebner's birthday anniversary. The junior and senior M.Y.F. held a party in the Woman's Relief Corps hall Saturday evening, with about 20 attending. They went with pick-up trucks in the country and collected $48.. r >0 !< •<.• UNICEF, and then returned to the hall and danced. The mothers served lunch. The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Nov. 1 in the church social room with Mrs. Fred Finch and Mrs. Robert Claxton as hostesses. Mrs. Carrie Talcott and Mrs. J. W. Frye will present the program, "Jesus Christ the Light of the World". Roll call will be answered with a Thanksgiving verse. Gloria Dobbs received a gold bracelet with a 4-H charm on it for her three year record book at the county mother and daughter tea, which was held at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette, Saturday. Present from the Center Do-R-Best club were Mrs. Harold Heitzman and Martha, Mrs. Sheldon Fox, Patty and Peggy, Mrs. Beryl Hall and Joyce, Mrs. Lyle Lamphier and Joan, Mrs. Floyd Nading and Gloria Dobbs, Mrs. Bill Alley, Doris and Lois, and Wilma and Faye McBride. The Woman's Relief Corps met at the hall Friday afternoon. Mrs. Neva Latham of Independence inspected the books. Bunco was played at four tables, with Mrs. Donna Johnson winning high, •Mrs. Fred Finch low, Mrs. Fred 'Bacon double threes, Mrs. Lee Jellings door prjze, and Mrs. Pete Hoepfner the plate the chances were sold on. The Sewing circle will meet Tuesday, Oct. 31, with Mrs. Ted Lenius for a pot luck dinner. Mrs. J. W. Frye left by train last Monday for California to visit her son, Robert, and attend the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Tyler. Mrs. Tyler was the former Florence Parrot. Mr. and Mrs. John Shales of 'San Bernardino, Calif., were Wednesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bacon and celled on other friends. Mrs. Ruby Groom of Spring Grove, 111., was a Saturday visitor in the home of her son, Hubert Larsen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huebner, Evelyn and Warren took Mr. Huebner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Huebner of Waterloo to Fairhaven, Minn., Saturday to visit Mr. Huebner's sister. On their way home Sunday, they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald JFirebaugli at Owatonna, Minn. Mrs. Erma Erbstftin" and son, of Davenport, is staying with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Huebner. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Jane and Billy, were Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Georgia Heyer in Waterloo, and called at the Burnett Waskow ihome at Dunkerton on their way home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bathke, of Sioux Falls, S. D., were Friday visitors in the Leslie Oakes home. Mr. and Mrs. George Edmonds of Strawberry Point, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wiltse of Dundee were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Edmonds home. Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waskow, Evelyn and George, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Waskow of Dunkerton, attended the funeral of Henry Bathke at Charles City,, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Sidler of Vinton were Sunday afternoon callers in the Robert Hanchett home. Mrs. Vern Arthur accompanied her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Meyer of Maynard to Waterloo Sunday to visit a cousin. Mrs. Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schroedor of Arlington were Tuesday evening callers in the W. Av' Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. W.-A. Schroeder and Mardene were Saturday afternoon visitors in the Chris Decker home at Westgate and evening visitors, in the Edwin Decker home at .Westgate. Uim Davis cut the end of his thumb off witji a saw while doing some repair work on picture frames. Mr. and Mrs. W- A. Schroeder and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Mildred* Miner at *SxS» M$lr, sori of Mr. and 1 Mw. Kenneth Miner of Maynard, , stayed in th«" Schroeder home,,| Vandersee and l*e n, were Wednes-* her parents, Mr. A, OLD & USED FLOUR SIFTERS We Will Give You 50c Off On A 50 Ib. Sack of SIFT NO MORE GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 50 Ibs. GOLD MEDAL F WITH YOUR OLD FLOUR SIFTER To treat your Goblins, visit our $2.89 Libby's — 303 size SUPER VALU can Pork h Better Than Kvt-r . . . with S.V.T.*/ CANDY BARS SNICKERS — MILKY WAYS — MARS 10 fo 39c . . and has inorr vitamins with fewer calorics** per pound! .„ APPL BAUCE "-- CENTER CUT RIB CHOP Ocean Spray Fresh 65c Ib. 55c Ib. Hamburger 2 Ibs.. 89c *S.V.T. is the uhliruviution for "Super Valu Trim," u closer trim program used by Super Vulu meat men to give you more delicious eating in every single pound of S.V.T. meats. **Latcst food value and nutritional studies reveal pork to he one of our most valuable foods—;and wilb fewer calorics tban previously believed. A VA oz. serving contains only 240 calories — lens than the same amount of beef or lamb! Motts — 45 oz. 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