Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1961
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November meetings Are scheduled in The Maynard area the Maynard area include the following. The Ladies Aid society will meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2. Preparing the program for the day are Mrs. Dick Rueber, Mrs. O. J. Tokheim and Mrs. Russell Lockard. On the serving committee will be Mrs. Walter Suhr, Mrs. Maurice Kurd, Mrs. Erwin Schrader, Mrs. Earl Arthur and Mrs. H. J. Brandt. Altar flowers for the month will be provided by Mrs. Carl Engler and Mrs. Walter Ehlers. Circles of the W.S.C.S. meeting Thursday afternoon, Nov. 2, are the Martha group with Mrs. W. P. Truesdell, the Ruth group with Mrs. Sam Holmes, and the Esther division at the church beginning with a covered dish dinner at 12:30 p. m. The Order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Temple on Thursday evening, Nov. 2. Mrs. Robert Ponsar will entertain the Ladies Cemetery association in "its last meeting of the year on Friday, Nov. 3, beginning with a picnic dinner at noon. There will be election of officers for the coming year. The 'Scrabble club will meet on Monday afternoon, Nov. 6, >4ith Mrs. Ed W. Meyer, and again on Monday, Nov. 20, with Mrs. J. Fred Ingels. The Naomi circle of the W.S.C. S. will meet Tuesday evening, Nov. 7, with Mrs. Elmer Reick. Mrs. Lois Sorg and Stella Knight will lead the study of Harlan Homemakers discuss Practical kitchen arrangements "Career Day" at St. Luke's Meth- Red Wing, Minn., were week-end odist hospital in Cedar Rapids, guesls in the S. E. Campbell Saturday. home. MAYNAHD — "Good practical arrangements of thc working of a kitchen in orJer to clutter and wasted steps" rliscusscd by Mr;. A. F. ind Mrs. Vi"tor Steege when 10 Farm Bureau Home- afternoon, Oct. 24, in the home of Mrs. Gene Brownell. To study further the points stressed in the discussions, Mrs. Lang announced a "tour of kitchens" on Wednesday,, Nov. B. All interested are invited to be at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette at 9:30 a. m. Three kitchens in the Fayette area will be visited in the morning. Following the sack lunch at noon (coffee will be furnished) thc group will visit the kitchens of Mrs. Floyd Henniges, Mrs. John Fuller and Mrs. I. P. Stewart of the Maynard community. New chairmen appointed by Mr.?. Raymond Lang, township leader, are: Mrs. Ray Arthur, A.B.C.'s of Farm Bureau; Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. M. J. Lein, healthful living: and Mrs. Ethel E. Clark of Fayette is a surgical patient at the Sar- tari Memorial hospital in Cedar Falls. ^ I1 __ ^ Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Tobias and children, of Des Moines, were over Sunday night visitors of her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. The meeting opened with group r.iiiK.ng of the "Farm Bureau Spirit" and "Long, Long Ago", Iccl °Y Ml ' s - Fisn - Refreshments W(M ' e scrved b V thc hostess at tne close of the meeting. Thc mec ting on Nov. 28 will bo with Mrs. Louis Gamier. A special feature will be an exhibit of articles showing old and new ideas for use during the Christmas season. Each one attending is asked to bring two dozen pieces of candy for an exchange. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. Ars. Park Cowles were Mr. and Mrs. Art Ott. '' ™ • ~"~ Supper guests Thursday at the Ray Ilili dome were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iliff of. West Union. —•— The Raymond Koehlcr family of Oelwein were Sunday after noon visitors in the parental Pete Fauser home. M ana ru, , O Itsapp , . all of Pvt. Ronald Nims has returned to Fort Knox. Ky.. after a 14-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nims. He has finished his basic training and is now goin.^ to finance school until February. Mrs. Ella Langcrman observed her 85tn Oct. 29, anc tiinner and supper guest at the home of her daughter, the Harold Homevvouds. —— ^ — Cieraldine Williams of Clerniont spent the past week-end at the John Neuhring home. __ ^ — Saturday and Sunday guests in fie Lorenz Wilkc home were their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wolverton and two children, of Omaha, Nel>r. Joining them there as Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schulte and Harry Bente of Elkader, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilke and Ricky of Fayette. — • — Mrs. Earl Vierow and children of Wavcrly came Thursday to visit until Sunday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. —• — Mrs. Don Ward has returned to her home in Mason City after a few days visit in the parental Merwin Doughty home. Mrs. Doughty, who suffered a stroke last Wednesday, is improving. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vander: ee and LoAnn, of Oelwein, were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Don Vandersee home, after having visited Mrs. Gordon Lauer and baby boy at the West Union hospital. Larry Griffith at the First Methodist church in West Union, Sunday, Oct. 29. The Lima TadleV Aid will meet Friday afternoon, Oct. 27, at the Lima church with Mrs. Russell Dickinson as hostess. M—•(£« Mrs. Pete Timm and Mrs. Ol.ia Tonne of Hawkeye were callers on Mrs. Josephine House at the Ross Hough home, 'Saturday. """•^~ Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chemvold and family of West Union, Mrs. Lillian Trout of Hawkeye, Mrs. Maggie Johnson and Billy of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Art Ott and Mr. and Mrs. George Balvanz and daughter of Hubbard, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, Mrs. Marie Miller, were supper guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller. \ — • —» w Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts A daughter was born to Mich- attended the wedding and recep- ael and Elaine Lewis Monday, lion of Miss Jo Whitford and October 30. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS LOCALS World when the Women's Soc- ieity of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 8. On the hostess committee will be- Mrs. Paul Harrison, Mrs. Tina McCawley, Mrs. Ann Nicholson, Mrs. Lester Martin, and Mrs. Hol- The regular meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will be at the Community hall, Tuesday Mrs. Naomi Hanson and Mrs. Arnold Heth of Fayette, and Mrs. E. J. Sinnott, Mrs. Delbert Wegner and Mrs. Mcry Davis of near Randalia attended a shower at the I. C. hall in Fairbank honoring Janet Bant?., Wednesday evening. ~ • A few neighbors were guests in the Arnold Heth home Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. Heth's birthday and Mr. and Mrs. Heth's 24th wedding anniversary. Lunch was served. —•— Jim Maurer and Dennis Heth were business callers in Cedar Rapids, Saturday. They also called in the home of Bill Killerlain. —. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson and baby moved into the former Roy Metcalf home, recently purchased by his father, Al Hanson. Frank Pritchard of Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting his uncle, Dan Pritchard, and friends. On Sunday they visited Wilbur Bach in Urbana and have visited Rob Wilson in Lawler. Frank Pritchard was raised at Wadena and now lives at 7221 S. Normand, Los Ajigelcs S ^ S -.Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corkery hav(> returncd home after spending two weeks vacation in the Jiomes of their children, John and family in Armstrong, Iowa., j ames and family at Grafton, Mr. and Mrs Tom Cain and £amily at Win0 na, Minn. They also t tne wee k-end in Tipton at the home of Francis Corkery and v«.cd other relatives m Dav- Ln P OIt - _ fc _ Mrs Jonn golomon spent from Tuesday, Nov. 14, beginning at 1 p. m. in the home of Mrs. Dale Roberts. Part of the time will be spent in working on foot stools, a project begun at a previous The Deborah and Rebekah guilds of the Helping Hand society will meet jointly Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 15, in the home of Mrs. Floyd Henniges. The Eve guild will meet Monday evening, Nov. 27, with Mrs. Donald Mosh- pn Friday afternoon, Nov. 17 the Ada Reading circle will meet with Mrs. Earl Foss, with Mrs. I. P. Stewart presenting the les- .;__ , . . ,. T ,, ?? ursd ^ e , vv . enmg ' MfS ' LaVcm Meyer had the_program. Mrs George Turner and Mrs Johanna . Harrison of Maynard were visitors in the Ross Hough home Wednesday afternoon. _•_ A number of friends of Mrs. John Bahl helped her celebrate her birthday Thursday afternoon at her home. — •— Mrs. Josephine House of West 'Union is convalescing at the Ross Hough home. She was discharged from the West Union hos- P ital Tuesday. by about The Martha Missionary society will meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 21. The Harlan township Farm Bureau Homemakers will meet with Mrs. Louis Gamier Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 28. There will be a display of articles giving ideas for Christmas decorations and an exchange of two dozen pieces of candy. Sund buuppcr guests in the Howard Roberts home ^ ere Mrs - Bett y Serflin S and daught er, Rose, of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Jr., nd family of Oelwein; Eddie ™ JS n Roberts and Phyllis f£ of winona> Minn . 6 — •— Mrs. James E. Davis, the former Doris Stansbury, of Worland, Wyo., submitted to surgery Thursday, Oct. 26, at a Denver, Colo., hospital. Her motner, Mrs. B. B. Stansbury, left Sunday to spend a few days with her daughter in Denver. inntion and tests -•Sunday guests of Mrs. Mildred Miner were the Robert Miner family of Independence and Mr. and Mrs - Duane Mlner of Suitv nor - — •^-, . ,, Mrs. Agnes Dickinson Miss Gladys Gorman, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts and Donna were Saturday afternoon business callers in Oelwein. — •— Mrs. Thomas Miller, of Wat- crloo, was a recent visitor in the E. A. Billings and J<5hn Solomon homes. Mrs. Miller was former- ly Mrs " Minn il ^1 U> ° £ Faye " C ' The Kinderlein club will hold a bake sale Saturday, Nov. 4 from 10 a. m. to 12 noon at Knight's Hardware. — •— Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Kauten and M rs. Harry Randall were Tuesday evening visitors in the Howard Roberts home. Mrs. Marie Ryan, Cedar Falls, was a Friday morning caller in the Roberts home. — •— cv , or ^ n Dayna Dumermuth, bharon Henry, Karen Aph. Roberta Uage and Jean Ann Cowles attended NOTICE WE WISH TO ADVISE ALL OUR GOOD CUSTOMERS THAT BIG GAIN FEEDS ARE NO LONGER AVAILABLE AT THE FAYETTE SOY BEAN MILL. MR. WAYNE LARSON WILL CALL ON YOU AND MAKE DELIVERIES DIRECTLY FROM THE PLANT AT WEST UNION. IF YOU NEED FEED BEFORE MR. LARSON SEES YOU, PLEASE PHONE YOUR ORDER COLLECT TO 144 OR 143 AT WEST UNION. BOOK YOUR FEED NOW 32% BEEF —. — $84.00 23% MOR-LAS5 PELLETS —- $81.00 40% .BEEF - -—-— $98.00 f $4.00 OFF The Above For Bulk ... Delivered — TALL CORN STAMPS— Products We»t Union, Iowa MUNICIPAL ELECTION — TOWN OF MAYNARD, IOWA CITIZENS INDEPENDENT D n D FOR MAYOR (Vote for one) EARL FOSS FOR TREASURER (Vote for one) PAUL HARRISON FOR COUNCILMEN (Vote for five) WALTER EHLERS ROBERT BERGMAN DEAN KALM JOHN McKOON FRANCIS SMITH FOR PARK COMMISSIONER (Vote for one) ANDREW GANTENBEIN (6 year term) FOR MAYOR (Vote Tor one) FOR TREASURER (Vote for one) FOR COUNCILMEN (Vote for five) FOR PARK COMMISSIONER (Vote for one) (G year term) Re-Elect Jack Beck for Mayor November 7, 1961 For Friendly, Capable Town Government Mr.Beck and his council candidates are united in the belief that (a)—Street work should be properly bid according to law, with no long - term contracts or promises. This could save Fayette Taxpayers $2,000 PER YEAR! (b)—That no Councilman shall sell products or services to the town — this too is a state law — This will eliminate any chance of favoritism. Your vote for Mayor Jack Beck And for Councilmen - Gaylen Bierbower Roger Bowen Jack Howard Willard Langerman Gene Singer Witt Assure Fayette Citizens Continuous Progress At A Moderate Tax Cost. — Thank You

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