Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 1, 1962 · Page 3
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February 1, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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19 senior* complete Studies at Upper Iowa Nineteen : senior* .at Upper Iowa • | university "wi!!- " have' completed their requirements for graduation at the end of the current semester, it was announced today by Registrar Wilson C. Gill. Completing their studies at U. I. U. on Jan. 25, will be: Mrs. Dorothy Hermen Chase, Volga; Bachelor of Arts, elementary education, English and social studies. William Daniels, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McCoy, Chicago, 111.; Bachelor of Arts, history, political science and French. Douglas Everett, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Everett, Fayette; Bachelor of Science, biology, history and coaching. Elmer Freyermuth, son of Mrs. Cornelia Hamlett, Edgewood; Ba chelor of Arts, English and speech. Donald Grove, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Grove, New Hampton; Bachelor of Science, physical education, biology and health. 'Richard Leiran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emmert Leiran, Waterville; Bachelor of Science, biology, chemistry and history. Roger Mangan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Mangan, Fon du lac, Wis.; Bachelor of Arts, history, political science and French. Jon Mullins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mullins, Fayette; Bachelor of Science, business administration and physical education. Terry Mullins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins, Fayette; Bach elor of Science, business administration, history and political scie nee. Patricia Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Murphy, Callender; Bachelor of Arts, speech and English. John Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Moore, Volga; Bachelor of Science, business administration and history. William Quirk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Quirk, Sr., Lawler Bachelor of Science, business administration, political science and Eng lish. Joseph Ricks, son of Mrs. John W. Ricks, Wayland;-Bachelor of Arts, art, philosophy and religion. Jack Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Roberts, Toledo; Bach elor of Arts, history, political science and coaching. Mrs. Mary Ganfield Rose, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ganfield, Cascade; Bachelor of Arts, elementary education and physical education. Allen Solom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Nate Solom, Culver City, Calif.; Bachelor of Science, business administration, history and sociology. John Shultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Shultz, Rawlins, Wyo.; Bachelor of Science, business administration and physical education. Mrs. Penelope Muhm Stevens, daughter of Mrs. Nellie Muhm, Kanawha; Bachelor of Arts, English, speech and sociology. Thomas Toman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Toman, Chicago, 111.; Bachelor of Science, physical education and biology. Homemakers meeting Date u changed At the regular meeting of the Westfield Homemakers Monday evening Jan. 29, it was decided to change the date of meetings to the second Monday of the month, beginning with February. Mrs. Don Rainer gave a talk on "Action, Belief and Council" of Homemakers. Mrs. Hubert Kiel and Mrs. E. P. Vermazen demonstrated the making of curtains and draperies. Mrs. Blanche King had charge of the entertainment. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl King and Mrs. Delbert Dean. Hostesses at the Feb. 12 meeting will be Mrs. Glen Bennington and Mrs. Ralph Dickinson. Guilds met Wednesday MAYNARD — The Deborah and Rebekah guilds of the Helping Hand society met Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 24, in the respective homes of Mrs. Floyd Gilley and ;Mrs. Fred Schrader to begin the •year's, study of the book of Romans. The lesson was presented to six members of the Deborah group by Mrs. Ed Holmstrom and was followed by much discussion. Dur- | tag the social hour Mrs. Holmstrom conducted the contests. Mrs. Floyd Simpson led the study and discussion for the Rebekahs. Mrs. George Cartey, Mrs. Essie McMasters and Mrs. Henry Schrader were guests of the seven members present Lunch was served by I both hostesses. /i ' Kraft Colby •m •ti. lb. Kra/t M\ • *'/ » M^k • o Cheese Dips . • • < Philadelphia I O Cream Cheese L Imperial _ . I Club Sticks . • • • ^ -. r Sliced Sharp Cheddar Cheese Site,! CMy or SKcei *"•"' Brick Cheese.. PillsZwry f Biscuits * Mo77.i-rolla, Miifiistcr or Priniost . . . sharp, mild or bland . . . you'll always find a wonderful world of cheeses i" our dairy department. Cheeses for pizza, cheeses for hot difhes or cheeses for any occasion . . . how many different cheeses will you need? Shop Super Vain, we have it. ^ Washington Wonderful Winesap Grade "A" LARGE EGGS Grade "A" MED. EGGS Good Valu OLEOMARGARINE doz. 47c do, 45c 5 for $l°° Apples 4 IBs 65c tubes USE LOTS OF DAIRY PRODUCTS FOR GOOD HEALTH CELERY YAMS 31bs. 19c 45c Super Valu Reg. or Drip Grind Coffee 1 lb. can 65c Flav-O-Rite Spaghetti or Macaroni 2 £; 39° Swift Premium Smoked PIC Clear Vu Frozen Pean, Com or French Frius Vegetables ... 'If 39 Flav-O-Rita Frozen Sausage Pizza . . . .™°*. 79 C Frozen African Lobster Tails Wf 99' SAVE 2 WAYS LOW. LOW PRICES .PLUS _ WITH THIS COUPON — Beet Sugar — WITH THIS COUPON — GREEN STAMPS Flav - O - Rite Wilderness SHELLED WALNUTS APPLE - CHERRY - PEACH PIE FILLING PECANS 3 for 79c 12 OZ. Pkg. 99C w B Ti. P•!,. r ° w ** w We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities ALXSPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS WITH THIS COUPON — FAMOUS BRANDS | SUPER VALU, | KNOWN FOR FAMOUS BRANDS • KNOWN FOR FAMOUS 4 Ma Brown Ol' Fashion — 16 oz. jar BREAD AND BUTTER Pickles 2 for 49c Super Valu Saltine Crackers lb. 21c Debbie — 22 oz. IK' U '.2: Officer* uutalled MAYNARD — Recently elected members of the church council of the St. Paul's Lutheran church Installed Sunday, Jan. 21, by .the pastor, the Rev. Herman J. Bra-, ndt, are; Herman Sleek, deacon;§ Robert Klemp, trustee; Lyle Fink, secretary; and Robert Warnke, treaaurer. , Officers holding over are; E. H. Borchera and Herman Peterman, deacona; Harold Stgege'flf^ James Hamilton, tnwteea. Outgoing of- (toera are: Erwin/Scb£|d«f,,dea' con; Carroll Turner^ teustees iJJu^ ' an* Bahe, secretary; and Harold SUPER VALU Cypress Garden — 46 oz. Grapefruit Juice 2 for 57c Cypress Garden — 46 oz. Orange Juice 39c Dulany — 303 size Lima Beans 2for49c Super Valu — 6 oz. pkgs. Luncheon Meats 33c 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 Liquid Detergent 29c r GLEEM Regular 53c Toothpaste NOW 39c NABISCO COOKIES Economy Box O GRAHAM CRACKERS L S »»• 49c ; 2 for 89c PINWHEELS I lb. pkg. OREO CREMES Ocean Spray — 16 oz. can Wh«|Ie Cranberry Sauce 2 for 45 IJtFAYETTI °WN FOR FAMOUS BRANDS » KNOWN . fi BJHANOS i KNOWN FOR FAMOUS BRANDS

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