Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 3, 1962 · Page 3
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January 3, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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Ra+tdalia Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gluts and Julie, of Dayton, Ohio, are spending the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Geiseman. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett were Sunday dinner guests in the Norbert Moore home near Hawkeye and Christmas day visitors of Mrs. Hanchett's sister, Mrs. Myrtle Huber, in Waverly. Mrs. Madge Dornn of Waterloo is spending a few days with her brother in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Brichard left Tuesday for their home in Roswell, New Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. John Halstead and two sons, of Columbus Junction, visited a few days in the David Wells home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson, Bob and John and Carlos Kiamco, an exchange student from Panama City, Panama, were Christmas dinner guests in the Frank Edmonds home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, Phillip and Debra spent Christmas in the Donald Woods home at Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gordon were Sunday dinner guests in the Cecil Kelly home and Christmas day in the Elton Hummell home, at Fairbank. Mrs. Mary Beman spent Christmas with her sister in New York, she will also spend the winter there. Mr. and Mrs. Junior Bronn and girls were Sunday guests in the npme of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bronn, in Oelwein. ;Joy and Jolene Birchard, of Qelwein, are spending a few days with Mrs. Ruth Whiteford. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lcnius and family, of Waterloo, were Christmas day guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. Mrs. Floyd Nading received word of the death of her 96 year old grandmother Mrs. J. D. Lockard, on Dec. 26, at Sterling, Colo. Christmas guests in the Floyd Nading home were Mr. and Mrs. Joy Wheeler and son, of Wadena, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Everett and sons, of Volga, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Neska and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronny Rohrick and daughter, all of Oelwein. Leisure time valuable For health, happiness Just looking forward to leisure time is not enough. Having some and enjoying it is the important thing. Everyone needs a combination of work and leisure if bis life is to be full and free, truly happy and healthy. Nobody can work all the time without some harm to himself. No matter how much he loves his work or how useful his work is, he still needs some leisure time, advises the Iowa.State Department of;; Health. the complications and strains of, modern life cause tensions. Tensions cause illness or depression. Not for everyone, of course. But alot of folks who don't become ill or depressed do get just plain grouchy. Some leisure time in fyiich to relax and enjoy them- sehies would help immensely. Leisure time means time to think about things, to develop an interest in and appreciation of things, and to create new things. It jifc' not a luxury. It is more or leas' the difference between keeping 1 alive and living fully. So)ne people have too few Interests, while others have far too mqfly. The former group needs to! u*e imagination, be advent- uroiija and open-minded; also, pat- lentJ because new abilities and Interests can't be discovered over- nigHti The latter group might do welt:,to cut down by finding one big activity that combines and satiifies several interests at once. Ihyou have done nothing but work in 1961 and have felt grouchy, tryu to work out a little leisure progiiam in 196?. Chances are youft feel alot better. \ Sight V in Bill Huff, 36, of near Do isllflon suddenly lost his eye- gig This neighbors took over the wo% on his 474 acre farm, His eye ailoKnt was diagnosed as a rare fun JS condition and he will undergo fextretnely complicated and tec Jcal eye treatments. \wm {•l>; *.!? .it's their Leg O Pork ROAST! Well, tlioy say it's rrally not new, Lul the way it's cut and trimmed makes it completely different than any other pork cut. 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