Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 3
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December 7, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Rcutdalia A miscellaneous shower was given Lynda Whiteford Thursday evening in the church social room. Mrs. David Wells presented her a corsage of measuring spoons in behalf of the committee. Gloria Wells played a piano solo. A skit was given by Kathy Bronn and Renee Schlee. Mrs. Fred Finch gave a reading, "It takes a heap of living to make a home". Sherla Beman and Kaye Knutson assisted with the gifts and Jackie Birchard registered them. Miss White'ord will he married Dec. 22, to Jerry Birchard of Oelwein, now in the U. S. service. Guests in the Julius Wegner home for supper recently were his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Carr, of Milwaukee, Wis. They were evening visitors in the Larry Wegner home in Oelwein. Fred Orbell was honored on his 95th birthday, Wednesday, at the church dinner. He was presented with a large birthday cake and many birthday cards. His daughter, Mrs. George Grimes, and Mrs. Robert Odekirk of Wativloo. were present for the occasion. The Woman's Relief Corps social meeting will be held Deo. 8, at the home of Mrs. David Wells, with a pot luck dinner at 12:T,0. There Will be a 29 cent gift exchange. The regular meeting was held Fri day, and all officers wchre re-elected for 1962. The Thursday Reading Circle will meet Dec. 14, with Mrs. James McSweeney. Mrs. Frank Edmonds will assist as co-hostess. This will be a Christmas party, with pot luck dinner for husbands, also. The program will be given by Mrs. Howard Sullivan and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur. The Martha circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet Dec. 13, in the church social room with Mrs. Donald Backman and Mrs. Parker Davis as hostesses. Th'ere will be a 50 cent gift exchange. The Mary circle will meet Dec. 18, with Mrs. Vern Arthur, with a 29 cent gift exchange. Mrs. Bruce Vargason and Mrs. Howard Sullivan visited Howard Sullivan, a patient at Oakdale, on Wednesday. His address is room 301. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilbur have named their son, Brent Lee, born Nov. 24, at the Sumner hospital. He weighed five pounds, two and three fourths ounces. Mrs. Wilbur and the baby visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur from Friday until Sunday. Mr. Wilbur came Saturday and took them to their home at Boxholm. Friday evening guests in the W. A. Schroeder home for Mardene's 16th birthday anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and femily, of Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and LoAnn of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schroeder of Arlington, Mrs. Mildred Miner, Donald, Shirley and Gerald, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Decker and Colette, of Westgate. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder attended a butter-maker's meeting at Volga Thursday afternoon. | Sunday dinner guests o( Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder were Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason, Judy and Mart,- 6f' : Cehter Point, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and EeAnn of Oelwein. . Mrs. Freida Badger of Kirkland, Wash., and Mrs. Libbie Gray were Monday dinner guests of Mrs. Frank Edmonds. Mrs. Ethel Clark is spending the Week with hdr s&fer, Mrs. J. W. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hammbnd and family moved Thursday from the late Miner farm h6use to Fay- ate. Sunday dinner guests in the Dick Vargason home were Mrs. Edith Bennett, of Council'Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Grant Vargason and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Vargason, Nancy and Janice. Mrs. Lora Belt and Jane Fordyce visited Sunday with their sister, Mrs. Donna Johnson, who return$6 home with them to spend the .Dr. and tt/t." Fay Warner and Qj-aig, of Washington, and Mrs. George Granneman, of Oelwein, «ere called to the Pete Hoepfner K4me, Monday by his 'serious ill- Ate*. Edith Bennett, of Council Jfs, Mrs. Dick Vatgason, Mrs. ,_ilph Vargason an« 'Mrs. Grant irargason were Sunday afterndoh c'illers in the Ted Lenius home. FAYETTE THEAT«ff Thuw. • Fri. - Sat. 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