Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 1, 1962 · Page 4
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March 1, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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T 1 LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Clark and family visited relatives in Davenport recently. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nims, Eu gene and Leslie attended church .services Sunday morning at the Bethany Lutheran church northeast of West Union at which time their jjandson and nephew Jeffrey Scott Keinertsen was baptized, Leslie Nims was one of the sponsors. —• — .Jane Ann Moore, infant daughter uf Mr. and Mrs. John Moore, was baptized at the Grace Lutheran Church services Sunday morning by the pastor, Uev Norman Betke. Jane's sponsors were Joe Francis of Independence and John Francis of Stanley. Mr. and Mrs. Moore entertained Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Francis, John, Judson, Viva and Paul of Stanley, Joe Francis of Independence and Pastor and Mrs. Betke and family at dinner at the church dining room following the services honoring the baptism. — •— Out of town people attending the funeral of Mrs. Amy Louvering were Mrs. Russell Scftreide and Mrs. George Wells, Hammond, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. John McCabe, Charles Guyer, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Confin, all of Waterloo, Mrs. Dur- ctle Bremer and Mrs. Donald Draft, Oelwein, and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Nefzger, West Union. —m — Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs were Sunday afternoon visitors of their daughter and family, the Sid Topes at West Union. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Albeit Bailey at tended the funeral of August Aver sa at Oelwein Saturday morning. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Gene Severson and family, Waverly were visitors Saturday afternoon in the parental Fred Maurer home. — « — Those from the New Hampton and Fredericksburg area here to attend the Dale Fry funeral on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Willard Means, Mrs. Zelpha Karnatz, Mr. and Mrs. Don Blazek, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Allen, Mi', and Mrs. Warren Karnatz, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Schneider, Mrs. CTeo Schneider, Mrs. Will Carpenter also Mrs. Robert Hempill and Mr. and Mrs. Emory Culver of Boone. — • — Mrs. Harold Boulton and Mrs. Russell Dickinson entertained all members of the fourth grade in school at n party at the Farm Bureau building Saturday, Feb., 24 to honor the birthdays of David Boulton and Nancy Dickinson which both occtirt-d on that date. — • — Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Odekirk attended the funeral of Mr. Olson's sister, Mrs. Henry Steiffel at Win throp Tuesday. Donald Olson of Sioux City and Norman Olson of Creighton, Neb. who also alteiKk'd the funeral were supper guests of their parents, the J. E. Olson's Tuesday. On returning to their homes they were stranded in Storm Lake due to the heavy snow and traffic hazard in that area. — • Miss Alice Hastings is ill at her apartment on East State Street this week and under a doctor's Dr. Paul F. Gourley returned home Monday from St. Lukes Methodist hospital, Cedar Rapids where he underwent surgery for the removal of a goiter. Dr. Gour­ ley will be in his office. Monday, March 5. —•— W. R. Sperry was taken to the West Union hospital Wednesday for medical care. Mr. Sperry, Fayette's oldest citizen uill be 103 years old March C. — • — Joe Wright is a patient at Schoitz hospital in Waterloo where he underwent surgery Wednesday morning. —• — Mrs. Mildred Minn's mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker is hospitalized at Sumner, receiving medical care for pneumonia. — m — The Lima Ladies Aid will meet March 2. at the hom>- of Mrs. Carl Kuher.s. — • — The Don Becker family who have purchased the E. T. Wvguer estate farm have moved from their farm southeast of town which they sold last fail. —« — Mrs. Tom Kinsclla of Joliet. III. and Mrs. John SlaniUuski of Highland, Ind., have returned to their homes after being called here by the illness of their father, James McSweeny. Mr. McSwueny has returned home from the West Union hospital and is gating along well. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Park (Owles were evening visitors Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chensvold, West Union to assist their grandson, Ronald Chensvold in celebrating his, eleventh birthday. —•— Dr. and Mrs. Scott Linge are spending a two week vacation in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cooper are staying in the Linge home during their absence. —•— Robert Tann, Chicago, spent the weekend with his sister Dora Tann and Jerry. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Howard R. Johnson plan to attend a State Lime and Stone association meeting in Des Moines from Wednesday until Friday. Mrs. Frank Davis will accompany them to Albion to visit at the home of her niece, Mr. and Mrs. Maxfield during that time. —•— Mrs. John Hofmeyer enterntain- ed at a party of little boys at their home Saturday afternoon honoring Richard's seventh birthday. Paul Aanes was an honored guest as his birthday was the same day. Those present besides Richard and Paul were Kevin Samek, Kenny and Scott Daniels, Johnny Singer and Johnny Hofmeyer. After playing games, Mrs. Hofmeyer served cup cakes with a candle on each and ice cream to the little guests. • —•— The Grace Lutheran Walther Leaguers were hosts at the Walther League Zone Winter Social at Fayette Sunday afternoon. About 50 leaguers were in attendance with representatives from Sumner, Westgate, Fredericksburg and Fayette. After tobagganning the group went to the school gym for refreshments and closing vespers. —•— Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson were dinner guests Sunday in the home of her brother, Carl Follmer at Stanley, which was in celebration of the birthday of Mrs. Olson and Carl Follmer. The Olsons were late afternoon guests of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Abbott in Oelwein. — m — Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles were dinner guests Sunday in the Art Chensvold home in West Union with Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Chensvold and the Curtis Chensvold family. — •— Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Mildred Miner were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miner, Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miner, Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lauer and Terry, Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner and Brooks, Maynard and Mr. "and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gunther, Sumner. A part of the group visited Mrs. Amelia, Voelker at the Sumner hospital during the afternoon. —•— The Volga River Riders will have their monthly meeting Saturday March 3, at 8 o'clock at the Farm Bureau building. —•— Gary Bass returned home from the West Union hospital the last of the week where he had been a patient for three weeks. He is getting along well. Feted on birthday- Tuesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and children ot Oelwein and Mr. and Mrs. Du- Wayne Kastli were supper guests at the Don Vandersee home as a pre-celebration for Douglas' ninth birthday of Feb. 22. On Thursday afternoon a party of six little boys were entertained at the Vandersee home to further celebrate the birthday. Those sharing the courtesy were Jimmy Schneider, Johnny Hofmeyer, Billy and Bruce Orr, Douglas Langerman and Douglas Kiel, also Darwin, Dwight and De- Lois Vandersee. Mrs. Vandersee assisted by Mrs. La Vern Heineman served a birthday lunch following the children's play of games and contests. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS WELCOME - - To B. L. Harper, New Owner Of The Harper Plumbing & Heating Formerly Carley Plumbing & Heating Once again a change is being made on Main street. Another of Fayette's merchants who has been in business for nJany years has decided to retire and enjoy life a little more thoroughly. His presence in the local business will be missed by all who have been his customers. But, after 33 years of faithful service to the residents of the community, we feel he deserves a rest, and wish him much happiness in his retirement. E. H. Carley last week announced the sale of his Plumbing and Heating business to B. L. Harper of Cedar Falls. Mr. Harper takes possession of the business on Thursday, March 1. He has had many years experience in the plumbing and heating business, and plans to carry on the work here where Mr. Carley leaves off. We extend a hearty welcome to Mr. Harper and his family, who have now rrioved to Fayette. We invite them to take part in all the business and civic activities of the community, and to feel that this is definitely their home. We feel sure that Mr. Harper will be an asset to the business world of Fayette, and wish him much SUCCESS in his new business venture. We invite and urge all residents of the community to stop in and get acquainted with Mr. Harper and his family. UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME Phone 199 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 FAYETTE STONE CO. Phone 73 INTERSTATE POWER CO, Phone 66 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Phone 263 01TS DRIVE IN Phone 192 THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE ninmniiiiini UNIVERSITY CLEANERS Phone 152 WILKE AND WILKE PRODUCE Phone 9 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 DANIELS DRUG STORE Phone 16a LEWIS VARIETY STORE Phone 75 ED'S DEEP ROCK STATION Phone 45 PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Phone 266 ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE Phone 80 SID MOORE'S USED FURNITURE Phone Blue 208 E. A. BILLINGS Postmaster UNITED FURNITURE & CONSTRUCTION CO. Phone 31 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 DR. SCOTT LINGE Phone 101 mars GARDEN m mm - it." * - • Phone fc474fc& PNEMAN Phone 3& Phone 8 JOYCEUHftOb. Phone iea? t ; .'"=-.1' •«ss ! : 'ii$&L„, WAGNER'S RADIO. 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