Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 7, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 7, 1961
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L OCALS Mrs. Jesse Buckmaster and Delores Solomon attended a miscrl laneous shower honoring Judith Weldeman at the home of Mrs. Lee Pleggenkuhle in Hawkeye, Tuesday evening. Mrs. Lysle Wooldridgc returned home Tuesday from the Schoitz hospital in Waterloo, where she had undergone surgery. —•— The Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine left Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 29, by train from Cedar Rapids, to spend the winter in Mesa, Ariz. Their address will be 620 W. Main, Peter Pan Motel, Mesa, Ariz. —•— Recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Tena Keegan were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gremmels of Oelwein, and George Leistekow of Decorah. Mrs. Harold Swales returned home Friday from the hospital at Iowa City, where she had undergone surgery. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Shepard are the parents of a daughter, born at the Oelwein hospital, Nov. 30. She joins one broths- and one sister in her parents' home. —•— Sharon Kay Thyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Thyer, and a senior in the Fayette high school, submitted to an appendectomy at the West Union hospital Wednesday evening. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones and Marjorie spent the Thanksgiving vacation with relatives in Creighton, Nebr., and attended a family dinner on Thursday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Maude Kile. Mr. and Mrs. §T- E. Campbell spent from Wednesday until Monday with relatives in Red Wing, Minn. —•— Alan Davis, of Ames, spent last week in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nading and family moved Sun'day from the apartment east of, the Wooldridgc blacksmith shop to the James Miller house on West Water street. — 9-rr Mr. and Mrs. "Edward Shelton, of Volga, spent the Thanksgiving vacation with her. mother, Mrs. Lorinda Morf, and on Friday attended the funeral of Mrs. Alfred Morf at Sumner. . : —•>— Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Whitford are visiting in the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Freeburg,.of Wheat Ridge, .Colo. ... ^fc'__ Mrs Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker with other relatives and friends, spent Friday evening at the W.A. Schroeder hornet in Randalia in celebration of Mardene's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Bent, of Marengo,. were weekend guests in thV parental Arnold Heth home. ' Attending the wedding of Judy Weideman and: Marvin Buckmaster at the tuthern church in Hawkeye, Sunday afternoon were: Mr. and Mrs. ;• Ralph Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. irtelvin Nims, Mr. and Mrs. Otto^Popenhagen, Mrs. Marie Solomon and daughter, Delores. Delores served as bridesmaid. Mr. and Mrs?~Walker Briggs were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of there cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson in Clermont. • —!•• Mrs. Park Cowles attended the Bethany .Lutheran Sewing Circle at the home of Mrs. Art Chensvold in West Union Wednesday evening. A^BM Madge Benton has been ill and under the doctor's care at her home this week. "' '•••, Visiting in "the parental Fred Maurer home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eskridge and family of Muscatine. Mi 1 , and Mrs. Earl Vierow and family, of Waverly, were Saturday and Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Chris Rasmussen. Mr. and Mrs.*Robert Steinbronn are the parents of a son born Dec. 2, at the West Union hospital. The Steinbronn's riow have two boys and two girls. Mrs. Mildred Miner; Shirley and Gerald, and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker attended church West Central students Prepare for Christmas MAYNARD-Puplls in the West Central Community schools are busy preparing Christmas program under the direction of Rosemary Murphy, vocal instructor, and Karen Bartachek, band director. On Monday evening, Dec. 11, the elementary grades of the Randalia school will pi-esent a vocal program at 8 pm This is the night of the regular Parent-Teacher meeting. The junto and senior high students at Maynard will give their program of chorus and band selections at the Community hall Tuesday, Dec. 19, beginning at 8 p.ro. Both schools will be dismissed at 2:46 p. m. on Friday, Dec. 22, ' for the holiday vacation and. reconvene at fl:30 am Tuesday, . Jan. 2. .i.-'.dww •• - services at the Trinity Lutheran church in Hawkeye, Sunday at which, t'u- infant grandson of Mrs. Mine-, Terry Gordon Lauer. was biptiwd. Mrs Miner was one of the sponsors. T'.iey were all dinner guest 1 ; at the Cordon Lauer home folio\\ ing tlv services. _^. £ Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vandersie. of Cedar Rapids, were Sunday afternoon visitors of his brother. Don, and family. d Mr. and Mrs. Ross Briggs, of Soldier, were Monday visitors in the Walker Brigfis home. — • — Saturday evening visitors of Mrs. Mildred Miner and family were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner and Brooks of Maynard. JUST A REMINDER Please turn in your Butler -nut coffee strips and Instant coffee jar labels at once. This is a Christmas project sponsored by the American Legion Auxiliary, and makes pos sible the purchase of many sturdy toys for children in our stale in stitutions and orphanages. Call Mrs. Howard II. Johnson. Child Welfare Chairman, at Blue !«). IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WITH LEADER WANT ADS Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blaker announce the engagement of their daughter, Sharon Kay, to Don Black, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Black, of Marengo. Miss Blaker is a sophomore and Mr. Black Is a senior at Upper Iowa university. No date has been set for the wedding. In armed services Bernard M. Rohde and John C. Rohde, sons of Mr. and Mrs. Bern ard Rohde of Fayette, are both in the armed forces. Their addresses are: John C. Rohde, III) :t, O I Division, USS Oriskain CUA !H, c/o Fleet P.O., San Francisco. Calif; and Bernard M. Rohde, A.K.A.N.. Ai-asron 25 Line, c/o Fleet P. 0., S;in Francisco. Calif. Harlan Homemakers Suggest ideas for Holiday season MAYNAKD The outstanding fe it ire of the NuvelillxT meeting of ti'c l-'ii.-m I! ii'caii Honu-inakers (M Ha'Ian township was the ex IrUl n." htmiLin ide items s\ij;t;t'stim; ideas that dthers might wish to use during the holiday season. As each hntM'-makor showed her item she commented bviefly on the m;il:infi of same and on its use. .She also showed the plate of candy she brought for an exchange and offered the recipe. The exhibit included wreaths made of plain or dyed celophane bags and of decorated net; corsages and earrings, a Noel piece made of spools, a nativity scene and angels made of oat si/aw. a block sugar house with Santa and reindeer, jars or bowls covered with painted crushed egg shells, a wall pocket made of decorated wire netting and a basket for holding Christmas cards, white ball tree ornaments for each member of the family with the name and year of birth "engraved" on it with sequins, and decorated coffee cans to be usid as containers for gifts of food or candy. Oilier interesting features of the meeting included the report of the county executive meeting read by Mrs. Raymond I,anR. township chairman, and a uvi. \v r. the outstanding featu es of the prveial kitchens visited c,.i t'.-.e rcet nl ton,in the Kayette and Maynard a'ea. Twenty-two women, including two visitors, Mrs. Arnold n,-i>|.]s i.f Kreemont township aii'l Mis. Werner Trelle. attended the meet ing held in the home of 'Mrs. I,.,ins Gamier Tuesday a'tc. noon, Nov. 1!8. TV muling closi d wit! 1 . ie freshments served by (!.,• hos!,-<; assisteu !v, her si .1 •>•. iti . V.... ,t Ponsa:'. The Uonuinakers will not mi et in IVcimbcr. Farmers, landowners Must report deer kills Al! farmers or landowners who kill a deer on their properly are asked by the State Conservation Commission to report the kill to the local conservation officer. As in years pasl. owners or ten ants of land and their children may hunt deer without a license during the bow and arrow season which closed November MO. or during the shotgun season Dec. 10. 17, and IB, PKOVIDKI) the deer is not removed from the LEWIS' FAYETTE, IOW A LEWIS* DISCOUNT COUPON 400 Count FACIAL TISSUES (Limit Two) BRING THIS COUPON LEWIS' DISCOUNT COUPON DOAN'S PILLS Bottle ° f 85 BRING THIS COUPON $144 LEWIS' DISCOUNT COUPON 4-WAY COLD TABLETS 30 Tablets BRING THIS COUPON 55c 77c TOY SALE WHILE 144 LAST! ALL METAL CARS - BUSES JEEPS - TRUCKS "BARBIE" COSMETICS FOR THE LITTLE LADIES LEWIS' DISCOUNT COUPON PEPTO- BISMOL 4Oz. BRING THIS COUPON Your choice LEWIS' DISCOUNT COUPON SUPER - ANAHIST TABLETS Bottle of 20 BRING THIS COUPON 77c CEMETERY WREATHS 98 and 49 INDOOR — OUTDOOR PLASTIC HOLLY 10 ft. FREE STEREO RECORD PLAYER REGISTER AT LEWIS' 5c-$1.00 or SMITH'S GROCERY TOYS-DOLLS-GAMES 10<t Gifts oo $20 LEWIS* DISCOUNT COUPON L1STERINE •^V* v^*i 67 BRING THIS COUPON TABLE LAMPS PIN. UP LAMPS TOASTERS —FRY PANS COFFEE MAKERS PYREX WARE DINNER WARE AT $AVING PRICE$ mvivil <ir ronti-d property unless properly taggt-cl with a si-al affixed to !!),-• CM-C:";-.. Sruls find trigs are ,'u ni'.jililr f 11- Ti inn run i- vntion nf'ir, ,'S. All persons who have- a deer I ens'.- n v ri'nui.'oil by law to fiii- a hunt tcpiM't with the State '. niise vation Commission. Although archer deer succss is not available yet, it is known that 2.196 bow and arrow licenses have been sold to date, -124 more thnn last year. SELL YOUH DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS WE ARE OPEN OUR STOCK IS NOT COMPLETE — BUT MOKE MERCHANDISE ARRIVING DAILY (Watch For Our Grand Opening) VERAS DRESS SHOP NEWS ABOUT THE FUTURES MARKET In this case we're not talking about commodities. We're talking about those idle dollars of yours. ..dollars that are constantly being trimmed by inflation. One way you can put those dollars to work is through a mutual fund, where each dollar is spread throughout n group of American industries. In this way you have nn ownership, a workinf* stake in the future of our economy. For the complete story of the history and the future of your dollar, call or write CRAIG-HALLUM, KINNARD, INC. 133 South 7th Street • Minneapolis, Minnesota Represented locally by ' VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, Iowa THIS YEAR SAY f .«jtf* r WITH ELECTRIC GIFTS • BECAUSE THEY'RE SO GAY AND CHRISTMAS-SPARKLY ... because folks love to get them and enjoy using them ... because there's something for everyone on your Christmas list... and most of all... because they'll "keep on giving"... give electric this ChriBtmas! LOOK TO 5e-$l SATISFACTION GUARANTEED FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 75

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