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

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, March 1, 1962
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• c Mrs.- Alfred Vanderscc received word Sunday of the death of her aunt, Mrs. Milton Crow, 82, at Lemmon, South Dakota. Funeral services will be Friday at Lemmon with burial there. She is survived by a son Harold of Lemmon, South Dakota and a daughter, Mrs. Harold Oxley of Corwith, Iowa. She formerly lived on a farm north of Randalia, several years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hanchett, Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Briggs attend ed the funeral services for Dwight Hoyt at Oelwein Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonds, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner were Thursday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Uph;im and Laurie, of West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye took Gary Upham to Cedar Falls Sunday afternoon, where he attends college. The Uphams were Sunday overnight guests of the Frye's. Funeral services were held Friday for the stillborn baby girl of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Post at Sumner, burial was in the Sumner cemetery. Harlan women Discuss freezers MAYNARD — Does a home freezer pay? Where should it be located? These were some of the questions discussed by the 12 Farm Bureau Homemakers of Harlan township who met Tuesday afternoon, Feb. 20, with Mrs. A. F. Bergman. Mrs. Floyd Henniges who presented the lesson said, "It gives a method of re-scheduling the homemaker's time and that she should take an inventory of contents once or twice a year or whenever defrosting and cleaning the freezer". Several women took part by telling of their experiences in freezing different foods. The meeting opened with "God Bless America" sung by the group and a report of the recent county executive meeting by Mrs. Raymond Lang, township chairman. Mrs. Ivan Gamier, world living chairman, passed out several fiction books having an Australian setting, these to be read and reported on at the March meeting. Plans were completed for serving the dinner at the Farm Bureau building, Fayette, on Monday, Feb. 26, for a district Farm Bureau meeting. Announcement was made of the baking contest to be featured,at the Fayette county Women's Day program at the Community hall Monday, Mar. 19. Entries will be yeast breads, either light or dark,' and dinner rolls. Mrs. Garnier and Mrs. Bergman were selected to attend the leadership training school in Fayette, • 'Monday, Mar. 5, to receive instruction on "Reclaiming Picture Frames". Lunch served by the hostess included frozen deserts made according to recipes handed out at the meeting. S. y. I. receives grant For fight against Infectious hepatitis A $137,262 three-year grant to continue research on viruses believed to be linked to infectious hepatitis has been awarded to Dr. Albert P, McKee, professor of bacteriology at the State University of Iowa. Early in 1961, Dr. McKee, Isolated- 1-several strains of viruses from a number of cases in an Iowa outbreak of clinically apparent infectious hepatitis. Iowa has been one of the hardest hit states in ah upsurge of the disease, which has been described as far back as Napoleonic times. Formerly known as "yellow jaundice," infectious hepatitis at- tackV'the liver, damaging or destroying the liver cells. While it can be fatal, most healthy persons recover completely from an acute attack of the disease. The'grant was awarded by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. Of 72,557 reported cases of the disease in the United States last year'Iowa recored 1,986 of them and '10 deaths in, the state were attributed to the disease. Jolly Juniors meet Tne' Smithfield Jolly Juniors held-their February meeting with Mary Ann Cole. The 10 members present answered roll call by naming their favorite painting and the and Anita Kauffman, „„! Cole, Vickie Becker and Kuhens gave a picture study. ^ report was given by. Bar- Pandersee. Karol Turner ex- d color, after which the •««»Muers experimented by mixing thiiOfferent colors. Easter baskets Wfj&imade and a gift exchange was held. -^-^March meeting will be held ( Kauffman girls as hostess- * II Tomtit K. W. Simons or rural » recently had a ripened-; on one of her tomato vines;! the sub-sero weather. Mrs. reports that when she nott- flowerin* .groden - 1 *— j, a tomato was ton ;<«oil. It grew and flour 1 pot, amidst neighboring • - " "-- plant vln- Valu saves on iwo old favorites i. i cut t»p«- cn bean. VitU wasoncil[flour nn< ^ sinxmcr 2 ,s ' n mcIlV i* tcn< <* *** w r r ;, 9 oov« ^ coni :'" i : 1 ,-,:: R-OVC *** r^su*. \ green bean»- ^ a bout *•» "" . vtAct to maKc - ^ i . vegetables arc - _^ ^ „,„ ,,,„„? ^.^ __ J u egetables m cas«rec ur »,«* *«* V* e "' Our Viilu SeliTtPil l)ccf is trimmed to give you more tender, flavorful meat in every pound. 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Semi-Sweet Morsels Flav-O-Rite - White or Yellow Popcorn 28 oz. pkg. 29c 39c 2 Ibs. 25c WILDERNESS CHERRY and APPLE Pie Filling 2 for 49c SUPER VALU Devils Food — Splcod-Whlte — Yellow Cake Mix WITH THIS COUPON — WITH THIS COUPON Gold Medal FLOUR 5 Ibs. 45c WITH THIS COUPON WITH THIS COUPON for Clap '» Nabisco Premium Crackers Ib. 29c 4 pkgS. $1.00 Phitedelphfa Cream Cheese.. ' P £33' 3 oz. pkg 9 for 9Q r ._..- flavO-Rito American or Punenlo , & &V*' Sliced Cheeso ...*,£29' SIOUX BEE Nabisco Fig Newtons Ib. 35c Pure Honey 2 Ibs. 49c BILL'S Candy SUPER VALU Circus Peanuts . . b."29 c "'•' •••'••• , "•< • W . Help Your Child School! — GOLDEN BOOK Illuitrafecl DKliOYW Super Valu l l / 2 Ibs. French Fried Potatoes MORTON Pumpkin Pies 39c 39c 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 ONLY 1 C Alt OHitr* Only.. 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