Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 14, 1961 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 14, 1961
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Sunday Dec. 17, the annual family Christmas party with a pot luck dinner after services will be held. There will be exchange of gifts for classes and friends in the church social room. Everyone is welcome. There, will be rehearsel of the Christmas program in the afternoon. The Fayette County postmasters met at the Hawkeye cafe Wednesday evening with 17 postmasters and -wives from Fayette County present, and visiting postmasters from Elkader, Waverly and Sumner present. Officers elected for the coming year were: E. R. Wilbur of Randalia, president; Aaron Schlegel of Maynard vice-president. The birthday song was sung for C. R. Wilbur whose birthday was that day. A turkey supper was served. Mavis Anderson was honored at a miscelleaous shower Thursday evening in the church social room Olivia, Juanita and Kaye Guyer sang two songs. Games were played Mrs. Joann Winters and Mrs. Vivian Guyer assisted with the opening of the gifts and Betty Earle registered them. Miss Anderson will be married to Bradley Himbrell Dec. 26 in the Wesleyan Methodist church in Fayette. Serving circle will meet Doc. 19, with Mrs. Blanche King for a pot luck dinner. There will be a SO cent gift exchange. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Davis, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings, Mr. and Mrs. David Wells and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sorge and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride, Wilma, Faye and Dale, Mr. and Mrs Alex Guenther attended the open house Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Ix>uie Sorge of Fayette for their golden wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder spent Thursday evening in Mason City attending a tax revenue meeting. Mrs Ethel Clark and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye were last Tuesday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs Charles Rulifson in West Union. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Wilbur and Dennis and Melody Parkinson spent last Sunday in the Kenneth Wilbur home at Boxholm. Supt. and Mrs. Roydon Bacon and family of Shellsburg spent the week-end with his mother, Mrs. Blanche Knight who accompanied them home Sunday and will go to spend Christmas with the Noel Bacon family in Connecticut. The Center Do-R-Best 4—H club girls and Center Live stock dub and their families had a Christmas party in the school gymnasium Saturday evening, Patty Fox made a snow man cake for table decorations. A committee meeting for the party was held earlier at the Sheldon Fox home. Mr. and Mrs. George Grimes of Waterloo came Sunday to get her father Fred Orbell to spend the winter with them. Mrs. Ethel • Clark accompanied them to Waterloo and then went to Cedar Falls to the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kien Brown. • .Mr. and Mrs Fred Bacon left Tuesday to spend the winter in California with their son Bob. Naomi circle meets MAYNARD — On the program at the regular Tuesday evening, Dec. 5, meeting of the Naomi ,drcle of the W. S. C. at the Emmanuel Methodist church were several numbers in keeping with the Christmas season. It included the devotions taken from the Upper Room led by Mrs. William A. Shephens; a -reading from the Christmas Ideals in which all had a part; responses to roll call by naming a favorite Christmas' poem; and the singing of seasonal hymns led by Mrs. Dalton Dahl. There was an exchange of recipes for holiday cookies and Mrs. Stephens read "The Nicest Gift- preceding the gift exchange in charge of Mrs. David Parsons. Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and Mrs. Paul Bunn were guests of the, seven members present. The latter added her name to the membership. The group reported 20 sick calls, sent cheer cards to Bradley Kelly and 'Ray Bruner, signed a Christmas jcard for Mrs. Herbert Bryant, a > former member, and made plans ' (for gifts for the Rev. Herbert Chaffer, pastor, and Mrs Minnie .-Boggess, an honorary member. The refreshments included cookies from the recipes exchanged. Cub Scouts meet !"' MAYNARD — After several weeks of inactivity the Cub Scouts 'of den three pack 74 met Monday, Dec. 4, affer 'school i with their den mother, Mrs. Arnold Paul. They chose Kirby Samuelson as their scribe for the month. Other members of the den are Raymond Fuller, Kevin Kelly, John Fink and Ray Paul. " ir The handwork for the day was {the making of Christmas gifts for their parents. The meeting .opened foith the scout promise and closed fwtth the pledge to the flag and treats by Mrs. Paul.: ^ . f T • * of FOOD y^. Gift List *» «-«— ^Delight yoi famUy «* W^^* ^ "^ .$• CANNED HAMS ^ ; ^ TURKEYS^ H^^FRUITCAKES ^ " GIFT-WRAPPED FRUITS \ CIGARETTES X G ggj l ENCYCLOPEDIA CHEESES OF ALL KINDS CHRISTMAS CANDIES m i ' >Vs."',; r-M?, v-f •'< ESPECIALLY AT THIS TIME OF THE YEAR! '-•-3 \ L SUPER VALU I ^ FANCY OLIVES & CHERRIES MIXED NUTS" POULTRY r\ tf'IO' N" 1 pg^Sja Gii-e Meot for CHris^ & tftf >*.« Canned The extra savings mean more spending money for Christmas without skimping on my family's meals. Best of all, these savings are on famous branch so I know their quality. And it's so nice to shop with pleasant people. Why don't you try Super Valu— you'll be happy, too/ Fully Cooked, Boneless- Easy to Carve and Easy to Serve fA**>- / .. "* o^jtMintw,^: «1 S" VA Remember Your Favorite \ Charity at Christmas • '. A '« TOVv §''*:• vGijlSiqiMfe -V•• ;5I •>*', : /"••_ 1^1 *.• We will honor this cerlilicale for the full amount */ * wrillcn below in purchases at our ilore. \ ' . dollars S ''•'•" f <^'*w't&*i^Fl each Rath's Hickory Smoked Canned Picnics Slb.tin $1.89 "*tfcita« «V° i\*J ^\,.tv^ 0< \o< &V ,>iV k ^. Blade BEEF ROAST * 55c Arml BEEF ROAST IB 65c (Mw* U*Mr-Ht*t|Tf) -J ca cw s^" These gift certificates are available in any amount you wish to give. 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O'/ENREADY BISCUITS l-'illsbury, ready to bake, 18 oz. SUGAR COOKIES Nabisco, reg. 39c LORNA DOONE 29c1 Flay-o-rjte WHITE OR YELLOW POPCORN We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities STORE HOURS Week Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. - Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon IN FAYETTE BILL'S co 6 oz. pkgs. O JELLO L Wilderness, No. 2 can PEACH PIE FILLING '•Wilderness, No. 2 can RAISIN PIE FILLING Libby, 46 oz. can TOMATO JUICE for BUTTER KERNEL CUT GREEN BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN WHOLE KERNEL CORN THREE SIEVE PEAS PEAS AND CARROTS 5 0 SUPER VALU OWE LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS GREEN STAMPS cans Kleenex CtautH Napkins :.... ! VC' 2 boxes 33c FlatM-Rite Brown or s Powdered Sugar 3 fc 39 e *SS5T Encyclopediii\ VOL. 15 Buy Your Complete Set NOW For Christmas •V NOW ON SALS t'.«Kf>,t

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