Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 6
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October 26, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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OCALS DiniiT ;incl supper guests Sunday :il tin' home of Mrs. Mildred Mi HIT wen : Mr. and Mrs. Alex (I nithfi- .mil Mr. and Mrs. W. A. .lirociln-. M.ulenc and Rollyn, Iliindulia: and Mr. and Mrs. Gor(in;i I.auci", llawkeyiv Mr. and Mi.-;. Ki mirth Minor and Brooks "I' Maynanl joined the Kroup for llllpIT tlll-l I'. • « • Mr. and Mrs. K. K. Thomas and finer children, of Manchester, \\'! ii' Sun lay afternoon callers of hi-; lui'ther and family, the Lawr i a'-'- Taomases. .— o__ Mi- K'l Shelton, of Volga, . |i 'iii a couple of clay.-> over the v: <-\; i nd with her mother, Mrs. I, i HKI.I \! 11, while her husband .IHIIIIIMI lue Slate Teachers in rt>:i.'. at Des Moines. . m — Mr-. ('. Ii. Ostiander was an »• • insi'hl Client Friday of her <f;,u-hter. the Charles Hinkleys, HI V,'< Union. The Hinkleys hiv. 11 tvnl ly moved from St. I a !, Minn., to West Union, a — Tii- V'ok'.'i River Riders taking pa: in the Oelwein Saddle club tii! rale Sunday at Lament were M ami Mrs. Dutch Murphy, Roy and Dorothy of Wadena, and Gehlen and Kenneth Quandt of Fayette. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Connor and family, Cedar Rapids, and the Rill and Jim Orr families of Fayette were Sunday dinner guests at the Dcnald Orr home to cele- li. ate her birthday. — m — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miner of .'dimmer were Thursday evening guests of his mother, Mrs. Mildred Miner. — • — Mr. anil^ Mrs. M. E. Reese attended the wedding of their daughter, Barbara and William Schriever at St. Paul's Methodist church in Cedar Rapids, Saturday. — 9 — Guests in the Will Jr. Lovcring- ton home Sunday evening in celebration of Kathy's fourth birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Will Lev- iringion, Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oakley of Oelwein. — • — Mrs. Thomas Kuhens is a nied- ieal patient at the Sumner hos- p..a:. — • — M:\ and Mrs. Israel Shaffer hFcken Noodle Soup From Swiss Recipe have returned home after spending two weeks at New Orleans, La., with th?ir son, J. D. Shaffer and family, who are located there. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Don Sielman and family, of Mason Cfity, and the Bryce Timm family of Lake Mills were recent week-end guests in the Ross Hough home. — •— Mrs. John Bahl's daughters and their families who live in (he vicinity were dinner guests with her Sunday to pro-celebrate her birthday of Oct. 25. She accompanied the Carl Ulbrechts to their home at Luxemburg for a few days visit. — m — Mrs. Muriel Gray of Oelwein was a Sunday afternoon caller in the Arnold Heth home. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Heth were callers in the E. M. Heth home near Hawkcye. Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis spent Friday and Saturday in the home of her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, at Marengo. _ • — A few neighbors and friends were guests in the Earl Aanes lumi! Monday. Oct. 2H. to help ..Irs. Air.es celebrate her birthday. — • — .M '. and Mrs. John Willging of M,,e; Lake. Wash., visited over i ..e weekend in the Allbon Kiiiipston. Grant Kiel and Clarence Campbell homes. — • — Callers at the home of the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine, on Parents Day at Upper Iowa university, included Mr. ;.:id Mrs Rose of Springville. p..rents of Paul Rose: Mr. and M.s. Knoll of Kenawha. parents f Marvin Knoll; and Mr. and Mrs. Wilson of Des Plames. 111., parents of Dollie Wilson. — • — Darrell Stretter recently returned from the Waterloo nospit- al. but is still bedfast. He will celebrate his birthdav on Saturday, Oct. 28. — • — The Don Vandersee family, with other members of the Vandersee families, had a picnic dinner Sunday at the Marvin Vandersee home in Cedar Rapids. The occasion was in celebration of the October birthdays ;n the- group. The Don Vanciersees spent a few hours that cverr.ng with her sister and family, tne Kieron Odekjrks in Cedar Rapids. — • — Mrs. Hazel Raamti-'.en and Jean Ann accompanied Mrs. Rasmussen'., son-in-law. Earl Vierow, to Waverly Friday evening to spend I u- week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles drove over after them Sunday afternoon. — s — Mrs. Viola Skinner had the roof of her homo newly shingled last week. -—* — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederick of Rochester, Minn., w< re week-end visitors of her mother, Mrs. Alia Owen, and on Sunday they all attended the Weideman - Dyke wedding at West Union — • — Mr. and Mrs. L. \V Kauten, Mr. ..nd Mis. Ho/...: I Roberts, Mr. a:ul Mrs. Joe Wan ie: of Cler- mo.it, and Mr. and M. • I'.nmsman el Aldington attended a Nutri- M .c.\, meeting Tie- d..> evening a tlie- Russell Lama a hotel in V.'.ilei loo. attend the meeting of the Eastern Star on Thursday evening there, at which iime she would receive her 50 year membership pin from the Order. — a — Mrs. Merwin Doughty is hospitalized at West Union, following a stroke last week, which paralyzed her left side. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lenius and family, of Waterloo, were Sunday dinner guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. uel Hunt, 75, former Fayette resident, who died Sept. 29, at his home in Orange, Calif., were held Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 3, at the Belles - Wright Funeral home, with burial in Grandview cemetery. He is survived by Ida wife; one son Edward; - a brother, W. R. Hunt, of Fayette; and three sisters, Mrs. Martha Noble of Payette, Mrs. Flora Johnson of California, and Mri. James Nelson of Big Forks, Mont. Mr-. F.d Kafli;, W Friday with her si-dr Hastings. — • Mr. and Mrs. R Mr. and Mrs. Mei • expected home thi fa 1 vacation at tie at Grove. Okla. Mrs. Hai \>ufSw. > l.-.d patient at th< hospital. • Mrs. Robert" *S7. " hostess at a StanU > ; home Tuesday aft< r. — «# Ray Marvin re! r ta his hrme in C. \ .si:;ng in the p... • Marvin home. — • — Visdars th.s \\ i • , c.-.iiitii Tiv.sr.-dm CJaxtor. home. ..r. i friends were Mr r.r. : Denmst.^n. of Pair..: — • Mrs. Hazel Ras:. - ee-ived the anncmr..-. birth of a sen. <-•/-. i\ daughter «nd son-.c.-'. Mr.- Ear: Vierow The baby weighed ; and 15 ounces. ...r.d named Bruce Rich..: — o — Mr? Nora Hcc: • was u caller of M. •.rar.de r. Thursday s panic-d Mrs. Hec.r: : '• • vis:", a few d;-.\ - Icna. spent M^s Alice tier and • fi y are after a i cabin a med- i Union ronn was .-.-:>• at her a'.v d iieently • ;'ii.i. after Lloyd :->m Toes Ken-est .'. i ;her I., D :-..,hi IVnn. . :i has reer: of the '..'. to her v.. Mr. and V\'..Vl p -uiids been .i- 1 . Kt-ve . :•- ds- accom- r home a .so *.o John Samuel Hunt Services are held Funeral services for John Sam- SAFE AS AMERICA U.S. SAVINGS BONDS -THEY'RE HERE- THE NEW 1962 LARK Come In And See Them Now Be The First In Your Neighborhood To Own One Of These Outstanding, Low-Priced Cars. ECONOMICAL and DEPENDABLE Zabriskie Garage George Zabriskie, Proprietor Fayette, Iowa theARI ZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN In Scottsdale- the "West 'i moit Western Town" —12 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest and finesf year around holal. 780 luxurious rooms and sulfas—all with private sun deck, many have snackbar kitchen*. Dinning Room, Cocktail Lounge. Heated Swimming Pool. All sports and activities available. Excellent Meeting I EUROPEAN PLAN facilities for I groups | writ* for ftrodwr* up to 200. ' | ROBERT FOEHU OM . Mgr. arizona «nnn TI , tohe n m08t P°P ular ^P 3 »n Amsrica is Chicken Noodle Soup It is the soup our great, gran ^mothers made with such laborumsncss, the one we now make in jiffy.q U j C k time Chicken r.oodle Soup is not only popular here but in Eurooe ^: K r^ 0 ^^ »<« ">»P> "Peru Zi well tlivowghout Kurope. It is one of the soups that Best J-outl;.. Division of Corn Products Company is bringing to American food stores from one uC its famous European companies, K n o r r Nuhrmittel of Switzerland.' Knorr Soups are now being made in a new modern plant in Argo, Illinois". There are seven soups in tho Knorr line now available in this area. The soup is indeed international in ingredients. Tho noodles and chicken meat are- from the USA, the celorlac or celery knob from Holland, turmeric from India, mace from the East Indic3 and the leeks from the United States; from California, to be exact. The new Knorr Soups are packaged In light green bo:tes beautifully illustrated by a copper kettle and a decorative arrangement suggesting tho ingredients in the soup. Each box contains 2 copper foil paka of soup, each making 3 to 4 servings of soup. While Knorr has prepared the Ingredients, you simmer them in your own kitchen. Mix 1 pak of soup with 3 cups of water, simmer a few minutes as directed on tho package. Each pak of soup contains two extra suggestions for serving the soup. On the Chicken Noodle Soup pak, there are directions for Cream of Chicken Soup and Chicken Soup, German Style. Dairymen and Cattle Feeders BOOK your FEED NOW FOR IMMEDIATE AND FUTURE DELIVERY Lowest Costs — Guaranteed Price Protection During the month of October NUTRI • PAK COMPANY is ACCEPTING FEED BOOK; INGS on your needs till next May 31. Price Guarantee against increase and protection against decline. NUTRI - PAK 32% DAIRY BALANCER Combination of select soybean. Linseed and Cottonseed Meal* plus corn gluten, distillers 'grains. Guaranteed high levels . of vitamin A and D. Rumen factors from trace , minerals, yeast/rumen bacteria and Eniymes. ; $8850 Per Ton N0T ^I..PAK 32% BEEF SUPPLEMENT BalMi&d Proteins from Soybean and plus corn gluten meal solubles. High levels o: and phosphorus. Hu cane sugar,, yaast, en- icterla, and molasses* s $8(500 Per Ton SEE Hlway 18 West, Wsst Usuon,Jfowa 18 — Alpha Co-op Creamery * Order Direct From * PAK COMPANY,, Six double rolls like these cost 3O0... The butter on them cost only 8%* more than a cheap spread...

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