Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 11, 1962 · Page 3
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January 11, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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? '«,<• -i 1 i' r , Mrs. Clair Claxton is a patient in Allen Memorial hospital at Wat erloo. Mr. and Mrs. Jack prant and family, of Waukon, were Satur day overnight guests in the Lylc Arthur home and Sunday guests of Mrs. Grant's mother, Mrs. Vern Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Swinton nnfl family, of Plainfield, and Mr. and Mrs. Val Kuempel, of Charles City, were Sunday supper guests in the Robert Hanchett home. Mrs. Harry Arthur has improved from her illness. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wix, Bar bara and Carolyn have returned to their home in Bridger, Montana, after spending the holidays with Mrs. Wix's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer. Phillip and Debra were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Thyer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schrocder, at Strawberry Point. Recent evening guest in HIP Frank Thyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wix, Barbara, and Carolyn, of Bridger, Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Claxton. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Finch and family, of Idaho Falls, are visit ing his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch. Marilyn Arthur, Geneva McComb and Sheila Paulsen returned to Cedar Falls Tuesday, where they are attending college. The Martha Circle of the W. S. C. S. will meet Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 17, with Mrs. George Franks, the Mary Circle will meet 'with Mrs. Floyd Nading. The Thursday Reading Circle iwill meet Jan. 11, with Mrs. Neil 'Ingersoll. The program "Iowa 'Highways-Iowa Patrols", will be !given by Mrs. Harriet Smith. Roll call is to be answered with "an experience on the Highway". Darrell Benter, son of Mr. and >Mrs. Leland Benter, enlisted in the Air Corps for four years. His address is AB, Darrell D. Benter ;AF. 17620909, Box 1525, F. L. T. '1924, Lackland A. F. B., Texas. Mrs. Hattie Odekirk, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ehrig and family, of Waterloo and her grand-daughter, Bobbi Lee Cowie, of Kansas City, Kans., •wer Sunday guests in the Robert Claxton home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Hoepfner, Craig and Joe, of Cedar Falls, wer^ Saturday visitors of his parents, Mr. and Mfs. Herman Hoepfner. Mr. and Mrs. David Wells and family were New Year's guest in the home of Mrs. Well's brother, Mr. and Mrs. David Sanderson, at St. Olaf. New cars licensed A total of 18 new cars, three trucks, one trailer and one bus were licensed in the office of the county treasurer during the last Week of 1961. The new car owners are as follows: Bolz or Shirley Kamm, West Union, Ford; Enoch Nelson, Clermont, Chevorlet; Howard Van SickeJ, West Union, Pontiac; Francis Reen, Oelwein, Rambler; Mildred Reedy, Oelwein, Rambler; George and Dora Youmans, Westgate, Rambler; Paul Miller, Oelwein, Ford; William Wolf, West Union, Pontiac; Harry Grimes, Jr., West Union, Bulck; Kenneth and Betty Moore, Oelwein, Buick; Ray or Freda Riechers, Aurora, Buick; Hugo Fick, Oelwein, Ford; Alfred Porter, Westgate, Rambler; Earl Moore, Oelwein, Buick. Gerhart Sleek, Hawkeye, Buick; Darwin Burco, Burco Livestock, Oelwein, Oldsmobile; William Moore, Elgin, Plymouth; Ernest or Esther Eick, Sumner, Plymouth. • New trucks licensed were: John Smith, Arlington, Chevrolet; Fauser Oil Co., Elgin, Chevrolet; Robert Steffen, Madison, WIs., Ford pickup. ; The Sacred Heart school rural area corp., Oelwein, licensed an international bus, and the Friendship trailer was licensed by-Rupert or Martha Caballero, of Arlington. lite-open season for Trappers of muskrata i A re-opened season for muskrat trappers has been announced by the State Conservation Commission. This second season will run from noon, Jan. 15 until midnight, Peb 28. This season is necessary because of a harvestable surplus of in the lakes, marshes, , , and streams in Iowa. |Tbe furs taken during the second on will be of higher quality should command a higher areas will remain closed . the state as they were -.„ the regular season. Permits still be issued to trap on all » management areas. Check your local Conservation Of- M to which areas are open. _ T , Murphy dected head saddle club he Voln River toddle club evening ai the Farm ^ arfl! prwident, Putch vlcfrproildent, Tex Sch- —"-i^qufroll i\irner; Randall, I If nor! Fresher by Far Lean Sinnkvd Liver Braunschweiger !b . 39 C Loon Meaty Gus Glaser CHIPPED BEEF • * . and look at the variety! Not only that, but they're real values bccoi top quality. After the holidays, almost evrryone'a luulprt can Bland a little help and these are lionost-to-goodnrsa, money-saving budget stretchers. May we help you plan your menu this week? 3 IBs. $1.00 Mulberry — 1 lb. pkg Florida Sivcct Flavorful SUPER VAL! SPA Known for Famous Brands 12 oz. can Red Potatoes 10 Ibs. 39c v . /-» ,'^j o ,, '_^ f T i ' ' ' ' ' •' Stokely Frozen Cherry, Peach or '*+*. **£ %, 4 * Family Size ••' North Stain. Frozen Meat Pies ... ™? 5 !& $ 1 North State Frozen 6 — 6 oz. cans + :f Nabisco — 11 oz. pkg. OREO COOKIES 2 for 69c Morton House Oven Baked PORK AND BEANS 2 cans 39c Flavorite Cut MACARONI Flavorite SPAGHETTI 39c 2 ib.. 39c 2 lb . 39c Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 cans 49c Cypress Garden Unsweetened or Sugar Added ORANGE JUICE 39c can Flavorite large PRUNES 39c LI Super Valu 4 SALT Quick or Regular box lOc Grape Juice 8 oz. pkg. Cracker Barrel * Sharp Cheese . 49 METRECAL LIQUID 6 cans $1 65 Quaker Oats EACH METRECAL WAFERS 09 box Giant Size SURF 66c iz ... f 35< tow.iowpwcail pui§ Flav-o-rite Dinner Rolls of 27c Spruance O OLD • FASHIONED BREAD MIX * * CANDY BARS Milkjrway — Snickers — 3 Muskateers 10'°'39c Ma Brown 12 oz. jar PRESERVES AU, SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THfcU MbNDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASlTS 69c SUPER VALU IN FAYETTE Ma Brown , CHERRY -J8RAPB - PLUM We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities MINT 8 P.M toon a< s^ I-V

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