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

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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fouutalia Randalia Do-R-Bcst 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Sandra Rnatz with twelve member and five visitors present. Joy Lenius joined as a new member. Roll call was a favorite picture. Joyce- Hall talked on secret of true beauty with lines. Joan Ward gave a talk on, secret of true beauty in form. Gloria Dobbs and Joyce Hall gave a demonstration, How a desk vanity can be made from orango crates and boxes. Mrs. Marvin Inpels told of Rally Day May 12. The girls had a roller skating party March 16 at Oelwcin, afterwards went to Joyce Hall's home for lunch. A better grooming contest will bo held April 28 at the home of Debni Zupke. The next meeting will be with Mary Jo Nabholtv. April 21. Lunch was servied by Mrs. Raatz. Sewing circle - will meet March 27 with Mrs. Bruce Vargason for a pot luck dinner. The fourth quarterly conference will be held Sunday evening March 25 at 7:30 p". m. at the Methodist church with Rev. Gable of Oelwein, District Superintendent presiding. Attending a birthday anniversary dinner for Donald Van Sickle and his twin sister, Mrs. Alfred Wilson, Sunday in the Donald Van Sickle home at Payette were Mrs. Alfred Wilson and son Junior Cheney of Spring Valley Minn., Mrs. Don Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dettwiler of Marion, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pecinovsky of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hack of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur and Dennis Randalia and the Donald Van Sickle children. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Oakes, Karen and Lori of Fayette were Saturday supper guests in the Leslie Oakes home. Mrs. Ruth Whiteford and Mrs. Loyal Beman accompanied Mrs. Elmer Reick, Mrs. Ray Wolfe and Mrs. Robert Arthur of Maynard to Waterloo Saturday where they attended the Martin Distributing meeting at the Electric Park ballroom. Mrs. Whiteford, Mrs. Wolfe and Mrs. Arthur won door prizes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bacon are expected home this week from spending the winter in California with their son Bob and family. LOCALS Mrs. Laverne Luther, of Oelwein, was a Friday afternoon caller of Mrs. Amelia Voelker at the Mrs. Mildred Miner home. »«j—« Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riley, of Fort Worth, 111., were week-end visitors at the parental George Reed home. Guests with them there for pot luck dinner Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Hal Nolting, of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Kastli, and the Don Vandersee family, of Fayette, and Mrs. Elizabeth Pieplow, of Aurora. —iB- Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee and family were visitors at the Kurt Vandersee' home in Sumner, Friday evening. Mrs. Marie Solomon who has been spending the winter mon- ths'at the Fayette County hospital spent the week-end in her -home here and returned to the hospital Sunday afternoon. Merlin Roberts and Phyllis Morgan, of Wlnona, Minn., were Sunday afternoon callers in the Howard Roberts, Sr., ; home. ; Mr, and Mrs. Sid Tope and i family, of West Union wor» • Sunday dinner guests ut the | Paul Briggs home. 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