Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 29, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, March 29, 1962
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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. John Duwe and family went to Iowa City Friday, and also spent the week-end in Davenport and Bettendorf and Lo- Claire, with relatives. In Iowa City Sharon Duwe had her eyes checked at the University hospital. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Ray Snith spent the week-end visiting relatives in Davenport, Bettendorf and LeClaire. 0 Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Claxton are expected to return home this week after spending several weeks in Ormond Beach. Fla. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hinkel. of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thayer, of Fayette. were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkel. Mrs. Norman Hinkel is the daughter of the Thayers. ji Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vierow and family, Waverly were Saturday night and Sunday visitors of her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rassmussen and cousin, Jean Ann Cowles. ^ __ Mrs. George Reed submitted to surgery Friday morning at the Oelwein hospital. Mrs. Kirion Odekirk, Cedar Rapids spent Friday at the hospital with her mother. Mrs. Kenneth Fox of Auxdasse, Mo., was here Saturday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Howard Roberts. *•"'— 4V ™™ Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs were Mrs. Clara Lauer, Velda and George and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lauer, all of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shepard and family. Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Elsie Shepard, Fayette. ""'" 9 ' '" Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maurer visited her sister, Mrs. Ted Lostsgoard, a patient at the West Union hospital, Sunday evening. —•— Visitors Sunday afternoon at the Mrs. Mildred Miner home were Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lauer and Terry, Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miner, Sumner, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miner, Waterloo. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Harold Loban home in Oelwein. — ^ — As a birthday courtesy for Ku-'t Vandersee of Sumner, the Laverne Vandersee family spent Sunday afte-noon in their home and the Don Vande-see family we: c Sunchy evening guests there. ^ Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth who has been visiting in the home of her son, Daryl and wife in Marano. Airz., for a few weeks is expected to come ..home., toe last of... tbis week. A large group of relatives were entertained at the Paul Voshell home Sunday as a belated birth day observance for Mrs. Voshell's mother, Mrs. Mary Neuman. —•— Mr. and Mrs. John Hofmeyer and sons, spent the week-end in Orange City visiting his mother, Mrs. John W. Hofmeyer, and his sister .and family. They made the acquaintance of a new nephew. Grant Kiel underwent surgery on his hip Wednesday, Mar 28, at the St. Marys hospital in Rochester. He will be a patient there for four or five weeks. Mrs. Frank Wood has returned home from the West Union hospital after receiving medical care a few days. She is recovering nicely. Mr. and Mrs. "jack Riley Jr., Worth, 111. were week-end visitors of her father, George Reed and to see her mother, a patient at the Oelwein hospital. nmr ^ i - Mr. and Mrs. Sam Crabtree, of Maynard, were callers Sunday afternoon at the _Ray Iliff home. Mike Ashby, who is attending the State Univesity at Missouli, Mont., spent last week on vacation at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ashb£ Patrica Chase, who has employment in Minneapolis spent the week-end with her pa-ints, Mr. and Mrs. Alva Chase. Other Sunday dinner guests in the Chase home were Mr. and Mrs. John Chase, Hawkeye, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase. Charles Webb re-entered the Sumner hospital Monday morning for medical treatment. Mrs. Sid Moore "entered the West Union hospital Friday morning Cor treatment of a heart ailment. Mrs. Moore may be confined to ', the hospital for about six weeks. and evening guests at fa P&er Fauser home were Mr. Walter Sellers and family $ f* BILL'S SUPER VALU I Valu Selected Rib . 59c Lean Meaty O/^V¥f IM/^ 1 BOlLiNu Ib. 19c Lamb Shoulder Steak Ib. 49c Sliced BEEF LIVER Ib. 45c Pre - Carved LAMB Shoulder Roast Ib. 39c GUS GLASER 'SMOKED ^ CHIPPED BEEF CHIPPED BEEF K nowt * f° r Famous Brands PLUS ONE POUND OF MINCED HAM Snow Crop Frozen 6 »« •M§ STOKELY — 10 oz. pkg. Peas 3 for 49c pint J ^ box Florida FRESH CATSUP . 17c Salisbury Steak — Ham — Turkey — Beef — Chicken North State Frozen Dinners 39c Kraft Famous Cracker Barrel Cheese Cracker Barrel Extra Sharp IOP C 59° Cracker Barrel Sharp IOP C49 C Cracker Barrel Mellow ' P £ 49= f'lav-O-Rila Cheese Spread li 69 C ... 6 tall cans Carnation _ Evaporated Milk 89c» ~ ftarttght Kiue»-Tootsk Roto or "* ' Burgundy Mix Candies 2i»«.49 c ^ Golden Book ™"%* 2L°jT ' ! Picture Atlas tUti 49 s 99* Volume 2 Now on Saf« ALL SPECIALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS No. 1 IDAHO RUSSETT Potatoes 10"»59c Welch's Welchade 3 for 89c Libby's — 46 oz. can 29c Tomato Juice Hunt's - - No. 2?u can — halves or sliced Peaches 5 cans $1 Stnr Kisl Green Label WINESAP Chunk Tuna 3 for 89c Flav - 0 - Rite — Reg. 29c COOKIES 4pkgs. $1.00 Ibs. Rath Blackhawk — 3 Ib. can BILL'S SUPER VALU .Walter is ilowly Improv- Wwt Union hdspltat supervision and a heart ailment, Butter Kernel PEAS 2 cans 39c SAVE 2WA& IOW, LOW PRICES .PLUS OREEN STAMPS Shortening 59c Waldorf — Assorted Colors TOILET TISSUE 12 rolls $1.00 Nabisco Crackers Ib. box 29c Fresh Aspai Flav IN FAYETTE STORE HOURS Week Daya—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. - Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 We Reserve The Right To Lim't Quantise* ,

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