Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 22, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, February 22, 1962
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fautdalia A/etv* The woman's Society of Christian Service will meet March 7 in the church social room with Mrs. Taylor Briggs and Mrs. Ruth Whiteford hostesses. The worship and program "Women's Changing Status", will be presented by Mrs. Lee Jellings and Mrs. Ted Lenius Roll call is, signs of spring. Sewing circle will meet February 27, with Mrs. Burton Ode kirk for a pot luck dinner. The woman's Relief Corps social meeting will be held Friday afternoon February 23 at the home of Mrs. Lee Jellings. Center Township Homemakers club met Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Vern Arthur, with 12 present. Mrs. Jim Davis was co-hostess. The lesson on freezer management was given by Mrs. Robert Hanchett and Mrs. Frank Edmonds. Mrs. Charles Schlumbolm of Oelwein talked on taxes. Mrs. Arnold Lauer talked on health-brucellosis and rabies. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Julius Wegner March 15. Rural woman's day will be March 19 at the Maynard Community building. 2 U. I. U. students to Receive scholarships Dr. Eugene E. Garbee, President of Upper Iowa university has announced that Miss Mary Ellen McCormack of Shellsburg, and Jerry Livingston of Wadena, have been awarded the Schield-Bantam company scholarship in the amount of $300 for this year. This is the sixth successive year that the Schield-Bantam company of Waverly, has awarded $300 scholarships to each of the four- year private liberal arts colleges of Iowa. The money is made available through the Iowa College Foundation in Des Moines. Mr. Vern Schield, chairman of the board, and Mr. Wilbur Schield, president of Schield-Bantam, allow the colleges to select a deserving student as recipient with the understanding that it will be used in the senior year. Since the beginning of the program, over $43, 000 has been given in support of private higher education in Iowa by Schield-Bantam company. Five licenses issued Five marriage licenses were issued recently in the Fayette County Clerk of Courts office. Arthur Berton Cox, 19, of Wadena and Norma Jean Holder, 16, Hawkeye. Larry Williams, 24 of Steamboat Rock, and Carol Kon-' ichek, 19, of West Union. David C. Cox, 19, and Marian F. Iliff, 17, both of Fayette. Richard McAllen, 20, of" Arlington and Maxine Belden, 18, of Volga. Richard Wayne Neumann, 19 and Jean Rosalee Amundsor, 20, of Clermont. (Paid Advertisement) Conventional home Building methods Now obsolete CONVENTIONAL HOME BUILDING METHODS NOW OBSOLETE. Statistics prove that if you were to use the same haphazard, hit and miss methods on building a car for your family, that carpenters and contractors use in building your homes, you would be driving a rattling, creaking Model T type car. . . ; yet you would pay Rolls Royce prices. Mass buying, precision parts, assembly line methods have saved the automobile industry, and has put all families in a position where they can have a fine car, at reasonable prices. Now the same volume purchases ( buying thousands of acres of processable Umber ) precision workmanship, combined with assembly line tactics, will giye you a custom home, pre-manufaciured with unsurpassed engineering of the same type used in the automobile industry. This gives ydu a home eliminating both material, and Ume waste which, are of course costly. United Construction Co., of Fayette, Iowa offers a precision engineered home, built to your specifications at savings that must bo seen to b« believed. This i* not a prefabricate, or pre-cut home you have been accustomed to hearing about. This is a compleUy new concept in home building, a pre-manu- factored home with each nail precision .aijid power driven to assuro th> owner the finest Duality home* available today, at on astonishingly low .(investment. Rwn^rVwfth conventional con- Remember, with conventional ciMtructlon, half of the cost of tho home U labor, much of which ta i Urn*, and lost motion which for. ..today and find out L Mtl ««ve many huno- on a p which ______ to nont, Pm Home picture o Valu Selected with S.V.T. We are always looking for new ways to serve you and are mindful of quality at a low price. I-rom turkey to steaks, we have meat to suit your taslc and bnrtVrt. Drop in and see us this week. ;;; t Prepare . . . tl irocti,,n s with everyVe«k. Ib. Ib. i/a. O' Lakes Govt. Inspected Grade A 7 - 15 Ibs. f.Y High in protein, low in calorics and BO economical to serve at this low price. iSt«/rj/<'.ss Sti't'l Grapefruit Spoon in each bag ,. Ini ^f -w •» ir •» Florida Ruby Red EFROI SUPER VAIU Known for I Gus Glaser 69c JCLLO Ham 39clb. ALL FLAVORS Red Ripe TOMATOES Jonathan APPLES White POTATOES tube 25 Ib. bag D"C Trom our Dairy Department Colby \ Longhorn Cheese Hunt's FRUIT COCKTAIL 300 size can for 5 for $1 By the Piece PilUbury Doughnuts Irioridagold Frozen (New Pack) Orange Juice 6 89 Sea Pak Frozen (Heat n' Serve) Fish Sticks 4 J£ $ l North Slate Froien Raspberries, Peaehei or 'Strawberries 5 yU* M Turkey, beef, chicken and Salisbury sfeak North State Dinners each 39c A - 1 TOILET TISSUE White or Assorted 12 for 79c Van Camp — 300 size Fork & Beans Hunt's — 2J/2 size can A WHOLE UNPEELED APRICOTS * Grandee — No. 1 2 jar STUFFED OLIVES Del Monte — 14 oz. btl. CATSUP 19c lOc fw $l °° 39c 2 WAYS LOW, LOW PRICES PLUS GREEN STAMPS Hiawatha — quart jar SWEET PICKLES Flav-O-Rite — 1 3 oz. pkg. CIRCUS PEANUTS Crest — Reg. 69c TOOTHPASTE NOW 39c 29c 49c r '•:/ ;> Mixed Nuts ...... I4 c.r 79' ON SALE NOW! ?•••,. February hsue ••, Woman's Day *•• Featuring: 10 Wonderful ,' Company • Casserole* .* ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY MONDAY WHljLE SUPPLY LASTS We Reaervd The Right To Limit Quantities Help Your Child in School! GOLDEN BOOK Illustrated AH Other* Only.,. 99* Volume! 1-3 NOW ON SALE BOOK ONE ONLY SUPER VALU /'' »? "W«v4" .J46* ;V/

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