Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, November 23, 1961
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Yearous farm is Pictured in Leader The mystery farm picture published in Oct. 5 issue of the Leader has been identified by the owner, Jake Yearous, of Fayette. The Yearous farm is located 2 miles north west of Fayette and consists of 270 acres. The farm was purchased some 16 years ago, and is known as the old Henry Hettler place. Charles Yearous rents the farm from his father. Bt'rthu Matlbcrry :m<l .1 ;i k o Yuarous wen- marru'd, Jan. -, 1920 and havf five children, Cornelius (if rural route. Kayette. Jerome who operates the Oclwrin elevator, Juaniia (Mis. C. I,. Guinn) of Akron, la.. Gladys (Mrs. Hugo Hac'kmami) of near West 'Union and Charles, livin/; on the farm. The Yearous' are Farm Bureau members and are members of the First Methodist church. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Donald Vandersee and family attended the wedding of his cousin, Phyllis Vandersee, and Raymond Tieleblen at the United Brethren church near Sumner, Friday evening. Mrs. Melvin Johnson returned home from the Oeltirein .hospital Wednesday, after having been under treatment there for several days. Roger, Ronald and Connie Chens- void of West Union were Friday night and Saturday guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, while their parents were with their brother, Donald, in Waterloo for eye surgery. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Mullins are the parents of 'a daughter, born Nov. 15, at the West Union hospital. Mrs. Fred Maurer accompanied her brother, Bill Nelson of Clermont, to Iowa City, Friday, to see their mother, Mrs. Isabel Nelson, who is a patient in the University hospital, there. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. DonaH Sieck, Karen Beth, and the infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nading, Robin Lynn, received the holy sacrament of baptism by the Rev. Norman Betke at the Grace Lutheran church, Sunday morning. Thanksgiving day guests expected at the Donald Burget home are Mrs. Burget's father, L. Sampson, and sisters, Mrs. Daisy Story 'and Mrs. Howard Berentsen, all of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Vaylord Maurer, of Waterloo, were Sunday guests in the parental Fred Maurer home. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fauser were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Doughty and family of Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sellers and family of Oelwein. The occasion was in celebration of Mr. Fauser's birthday, which was Nov. 18. Miss Diane Van Buren is spend Ing two weeks in the Glen Bennington home. Her parents, Mr.- and Mrs. James Van Buren of Ames, will spend Thanksgiving vacation here, also. The Donald"" Vandersee family met with other relatives Sunday, Nov. 19, for a pre-Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Vandersee in Sumner. Mrs. Ethel Clark is convalesc- ing ;it the Inline of her daughter. Mrs. B. K. Brown, in Cedar Falls, after undergoing surgery recently at Sartori hospital. Friends may write to her at 24()9 Cedar Heights Drive, Cedar Falls, Iowa. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough were dinner guests in the Herb Sanders home, Sunday. Mr. Hough's and Mrs. Sanders' sister and niece from DeKalk. 111., were also guests and they were all dinner guests in the Ross Hough home, Monday. Mrs. Louis Sorg of Maynard was also a Monday visitor in the Hough home. — i — Mrs. Bert Overhus was discharged from the Oelwein hospital Monday, and returned to her home, here. —• — Mrs. James Miller and children plan to spend Thanksgiving' Day and until Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Helmet- Olsen at Un- derwood. Minn. She will be accompanied by her niece and chil (I en. Mrs. David Briggs. to visit at (he home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Moe, at Barrett, Minn. ^_ Mrs. Lyslc Wooldridge submitted to surgery Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the Si hoil/. Memorial hospital in Wat erloo. — • — Fivcl House, of West Union, visit ed his mother. Mrs. Josephine House. Wednesday afternoon, in the Ross Hough home. —• — Me. and Mrs. Ross Hough have received an announcement of another adopted son i:i the Loel Timm home in Des Moines. He is four years old. — •— Mrs. Mable Oslrnnder left Tuesday morning to visit several days in the Mrs. Ernest Wolfgram home near Westgate. —•— Clarence Click accompanied his son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Starry, of Olin, to Al ton. Wednesday to attend the funer- al of their brother and uncff. Will iam Click, on Thursday. — i M;-. and Mrs. Grorcc I'ems and family, of Clayton, were ivcent guests of her mother. Mi's. Melissa Fauser antl their daughter. Judy i It-ins. Supper guests Sund.iy with Mrs. Hazel Uasmusscn and .lean Ann Cowles were Mr. and Mrs. Karl Vie -ow and family, (if U'averly. Guests expected on Thanksgiving ri-iv at thf home of Mr. and Mrs. Walker BriRgs a-e Mr. and M -s. James Firings, of Denver, M'-. and M--s. Sid Tope and family of West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. 1'anl HriggK and family of FaycUo. M -. and Mrs. Voarl Bnnjour and (laiiftiite •. of Berren Springs, Mich., a'v visiting until after Thanksgiving in the Mrs. Florence Honjour, Clayton and Ralph Honjonr homes. Sunday dinner K<u sis in the home of Mr. and Mrs. .lolm Nuhr infi were John Schnlty ,-ind Gerald ine Williams of Clcninml. Guests planning to eat Thanks fiivinK dinner nt the K. K. Cons ins home art 1 their sons in law and daughters families. Mr. and Mrs. Jim .loch and Mr. and Mrs Unle Skinner of Waterloo. M". ami Mrs. Richard Kobes, of Twin Lakes, spent a few days last wnk in the ('. O. (Hick home. Tile women of the Lima Cemetery association realised about STid prof it from theiV old fashioned box social held at the church Saturday evening. The proceeds will In- used toward the care of the come tery. M:-. and Mrs. Bert Jelling* and Harry Grimes, of \\i-st Union, and op. n Mrs. Ella Amos, of Waterloo, were dinner guests Wednesday of Mrs. Kna Davis. M-. and Mrs. Walter Bulls \V<M-O Sunday guests of their son. Donald Butts and family in Nnva Sp inys. — • — Snivl-iv n'tivnnon visitors in the Rnlandi- G -ay hnm > we -o M <-. and M.-s. Leslie Vcshell. of (v.'nein, and M-. and M s. Howa -d h.'igon anil family. ' — • — M -s. David Sehallor aivl t vo child -en. of West Union, we e call e:-s Saturday afternoon at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Kna Davis. — • — The Misses Amy Leigh and Mar tfii'tt Piline plan to leave \Vedm s (lay. Nov. :>!>, to spend the winter in Mesa. Ariz. . _ 4i _ Mrs. Alia Owen will he a dinner guest on Thanksgiving day in llv homo of her son. Hubert and fain ily, near Randalia. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Goo-go Anderson and family, of St. Paul, Minn . plan to he Thanksgiving day visitors of her mother. Mrs. Karl Hanson. — m — Mr. and Mrs. Louis Raelher and throe daughters, of St. Louis, Mo., came Saturday to visit her mother. Mrs. Stella Lund. On Snndav. M s. Lund accompanied the Racthors to Waterloo to visit two other d.nigh tors of Mrs. Lund, and their fam ilies. Mr. and Mrs. Konm tli Shu maker and Mr. and M'-s. Vic (II sen. Other expected gu< sis in Mrs. Lund's home for Thanksgiving day are Mr. and M"s. Da yl Kngcl Ivrilt anil family, of Hm-hester. Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lund of Calmar, and Otto Haether of Wesl gate. — • — M'-s. Paul Hold's birthday of Sunday. Nov. 1!), was ivlobrjitod with a gathering of dinner and af ternoon guests at her home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kekhart. -if Arlington. M-. and Mrs. K. M Hith and family of Hawk- o.e M and M s W.iilor lleth of l-'ai hank. M.-. and M -s. Paul lleth, .1 -.. of .lesup. and Mr. and Mrs. A nolil Id th and l)i nuis and Mr. a id M -s. DOII<; Kvvrclt. nf Fay ate. — a — Fi iomls may vv.-ito to M-s. Ch-is t : :i.- S\v.ile at liooin C TU -Ith floo-. l.niV'Tsity lmspl.il. Iowa City. \;\. — • — The Hcv. and M s. Cli'T I'ril, h rd i Highland. Kans., an.I The Rt v. an;l M -s. Pao.l 1'riti ha 'd of Cam d-n I'ciinl. Ni In'., ue o guests in t!ie Dan I'ritehard home this week. C i I w.is l!ie son of Tom I'ritrh .1 d. a longtime n suit nt of this a ea. — • — M.\ and M s. liar-old Browm II were Monday business callers in Fayette. — • — M'-s. F. L. Stallsmith of Dubii- (|iio, returned to her home Saturday, after spending a week with her sisto.-, Mrs .Karl Hanson. JUST A REMINDER Please turn in your Butler-nut coffee strips and Instant coffee jar lalxAs at once. This is a Christmas p-'ojoc! sponsored by the American I-ogion Auxiliary, and makes possible the purchase of many sturdy toys for children in our state in stitutions and orphanages. Call Mrs. Howard R. Johnson, Child Welfare Chairman, at Blue (W. SELL YOUH DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS GUITE'S Septic Tank Service Oelwein, Iowa Phone 1504-J HEY YOU BOWLERS Enjoy America's FAVORITE PASTIME AH Teams & Individual Bowlers Welcome SEE OUR SELECTION OF — Bowling Balls — Bowling Shoes — Bowling Bags Bowl Where You See The Magic Triangle LILAC LANES — 8 ALLEYS — Automatic Pinsetters West Union, Iowa E MA IOWA GREAT . . . the Employer In the light of today's bright business outlook in Iowa, we owe a special vote of recognition to the man who helps make this possible... the employer. Iowa payrolls arc increasing. New businesses, new jobs arc developing. In all this, the enterprise of our employers has been a key factor ... in building an expanding economy ... in also creating the sound structure which makes Iowa employment among the most stable in the nation. It is difficult to say which industry is the largest employer in Iowa. But, high on the list stands the brewing industry which how employs over 23,000 lowans. Yes, as an employer, a taxpayer, a buyer of farm products, and in other ways... the Brewing Industry contributes to Iowa's growth IOWA DIVISION UNITED STATES BREW£R£ ASSOCIATION. INC. DES MOINES Grapefruit 10 for49c . . . and more variety, too! Prices on All Items listed in last week's circular Effective until after Thanksgiving Flavor - Kist Little Topsy RAISINS I 2 oz. can Welch's GRAPE JUICE Butter Kernel CORN J/2 lb. can Red Deming (* ° for cans CRACKERS lb. 29c ALASKA SALMON Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39c oo 59c EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE Muskateers, Snickers, Milky Way CANDY BARS } 0 ° r 39c SAVE Me WITH THIS COUPON - SAVE Me WITH COUPON ' Meadow Gold > ' ICE CREAM Reg. Price 89c [%'GaL 69c 8 "SAVE Me WITH THIS- COUPON - SAVE Me WITH COUPON Stop In Anytime Saturday FOR A FREE CUP OF COFFEE No. 2J/2 can Hunt's PEACHES Van Camp GRATED TUNA Super Valu COFFEE White, jumbo size SCOT TOWELS 6 oz. can Florida Gold frozen ORANGE JUICE North State Frozen MEAT PIES for TURKEY, BEEF & CHICKEN We Give S & H Green Stamps BILL'S December Woman 1 NOW ON ^*%HW W^p ^wMJ^^ftB* § W»" i..

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