Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 26, 1962 · Page 5
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April 26, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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at the baptismal service on Easter for her new granddaughter. Paim-bi Kay Skinner. Dennis Dunu-rmuth. who teaches at Callendar, sprnt liis K.-istcr vacation with his parents, tin' Kid- rod Dumcrmuths. • ^— ^ — Visitors Easter Sunn \y m the linme of Mrs. Mi'lissn K.-mscr was her daughter, tlie (.',< nr.;,. jloins family, of Clayton. .iv r\m hunv. i.iy „! : VMS. .-c. Shii -. Mr. PART OF THE HUGE crowd that coverged on the town of FayeHe, Friday, April 13, is shown above In Bill's Super Valu. Everyone took part In the Mad Midnight Marathon. T!u> Gary Cedar Falls anil Haym. family, of Oehvein, u, dinner guests in the I '< home. —•-Supper finest;; SatU'-d, in the Don Vanders • celebrate the fifth hi:!' I,ois, were her gr.'ind|i.- and Mrs. Kurt Vaiuh and Dennis, of Suiniu , Mrs. George Heed ,n Mr. and Mrs. Neil h family, of Donnan, r>l> Du Wayne Kastli and Nolting. Mr. and Mrs. Gu>n;>' litvd and his brother. Lester Kr< d. of Aurora. visited their brother. Frank, at the hospital in Iowa (ay Tuesday. April 17. Those attending the fuival of Mrs. Alma Loomis at Arlington Wrdnr-sdav. A|>; ii 1". were .1. F. Mirlir, M •. and Mrs. Otto lUmimel, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles. Jean Ann Cnwles and M. s. and M's. Fay i ;n 1. _ .. 0 M". and Mrs. George Cowles and Kevin, of Lincoln, Nebr., came Fririaj i veiling to spend the Easter week end with his parents. Mr. and Ms i'a'k Cowles and her motlu—. MIS. Marie Solomon. Mi s. A'd\tl Hanson and little daughters. Christine and Lori Lynn, were baptised during the Sunday services at the YVVsleyan Methodist church. April 15. by the Rev. Richard .lamieson. _•_ Mrs. F.d Hafferty. of Wadena. ^pent Tuesdn.v April 17. with her sister, Miss Alice Hastings. — • — M'-. and Mrs. .1. 1C. Olsen spent Easter in Sioux City with their son. Donald Olsen and family and also a few days with Norman and family in Creighton. Nebr. They were accompanied by Mr. Olsons sisters. Mrs. Signe Suelland and Mrs. Wilhelmine Simcnsen. of near Oslo, Norway, who will visit relatives in Purdum. Nebr.. for two weeks. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Jack Riley. of Worth. 111., spent last week in the parental G«6rg£ Reed and John Riley homes. Me. and Mrs. Kirion tkleUirk and children, Cedar Rapids, were dinner guests with them on Sunday at the Rred home and the Don Vandersee family were afternoon guests. The Rileys and Reeds had supper Sunday evening with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Hal Nolting in Waterloo. ""**" 9 ~"~™" Charles H. Billings and family, of Kansas City, Mo., spent Easter vacation in the parental E. A. Billing home. — • — Relatives, neighbors and friends gathered at the Robert Fish home Sunday for a dinner in observance of Robert's 4!Hh birthday April 22. _ 0 Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Geno and family, of Ferriesvil'e. Wis.. spent Easter in the John Duwe home. North Iowa W. S. C. S. Meeting scheduled Methodist women from 420 northern Iowa churches will meet in Mason City May 2 for the annual Woman's Society of Christian Service meeting. About GOO women arc expected to attend the day-long session in First Methodist Church of Mason City. Mrs. W. D. Martin of Vinton, North Iowa Woman's Society president, will preside. Speakers for the day will include: Mrs. II. F. Brandt, Aurora, Ohio; Mrs. Clarence Tornpkins of Ft. Dodge; and Mrs. Ray Young of Mt. Vernon, who recently returned from teaching in a Seoul, Korea, university. Business rrntto-s to be t-ansacted include the hearing of reports on the past year's work and electing officers for the coming year. Conference officers are elected to one- year terms, but normally serve four such terms. Mix. Martin is completing her first year as president. Theme of the meeting is "The Household of God." Mrs. Carl C. Magdsick of Charles City is n charge of program details. Concluding highlight of the meeting will be installation of officers elected and re-elected for the com ing year. District Superintendent Clarence II. Peterson of Mason City will conduct the installation. Lima group to meet The Lima Ladies Aid will meet April 27. at the home of Mrs. Otto Popenhagen. Roll call will be a potholder exchange. Mrs. Ralph Vargason will give the devotions, and Mrs. Robert Gilbert will be in charge of the program. LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer spent Easter with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaffer and sons, at Cedar Rapids. gi Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, Mrs, Mary Miller and the Dick Miller family were Easter day guests of the Arlee Stufflebeams, in Waterloo. —•— Easter day guests in the Frank Bright home were their children and families; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bright, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bright all of Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ogle of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Geoken and Mrs. Marilyn Samek all of Fayette. —•— Mrs. David Heer and Gary Bob, of Minneapolis, visited in the Howard Johnson home Tuesday and Wednesday. They are spending the remainder of the Easter vacation with Mrs. Heer's mother, Mrs. Lester Reed, of Aurora. Ellen Johnson spent from Thursday until Saturday at the Reed home also. —•— Mrs. James Meckin, of Readlyn, is in charge of the Skinner Nursing Home while her mother, Mrs. Viola Skinner, is spending a few days in Colorado,'' Mr. and Mrs. George Reed, Mrs. Hal Nolting and Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee attended the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reed's 25th wedding anniversary at their home in Lamont Sunday afternoon. —•— Spending Easter Sunday in the parental R. E. Cousins home were the James Jach and Dale Skinner families, botn of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butts and family of St. Cloud, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Butts of Des Moines were Easter guests of their parents, Mr. arid Mrs. Shirley Butts. Easter day guests of Mrs. Agnes Dickinson were her daughter, the Ernest Hlas family, of Cedar Rapids. « ft «— Mrs. Mary Elder Smith, a former Fayette resident, is hospitalized in the Mercy hospital in Oelwein. Mrs. Clair~Cuiver and Robert are occupying their new home on East Water street. Mr. '-and Mrs"~Paul Heth and family, of Jesup, were Sunday afternoon callers in the Arnold and Paul Heth homes. _, _ 0 Mrs. Jake Yearous, Mrs. Alta Owen, Mrs. Blanche Davis, Mrs. Vada Proctor and Mrs. Arnold Heth attended guest day of the Kill Kare Klub at the home of Mrs. Deane Davis Tuesday afternoon. The guests were all former members of the club. Bill KiUefla3n,*o7 Cedar Rapids, spent a few days of his Easter vacation in the William Killerlain and E. J. Sinnott homes. 0 l _ n , Mrs. Namoi Hanson who has spent some time with her daughter, Mrs. Don Loch and family, in Marion* is back in her home in Fayette for an indefinite time. Sunday, MrT*and Mrs. Arnold Heth called on her aunt, Mrs. Louise Goldsberry in Fairbank and also in the Walter Heth home near Fairbank. —• — Mrs. R. A. Gillete and three children, of Minneapolis, spent a few days in town the first of the week. —ei — Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett, of Atleman, spent Easter week-end with his parents, G. E. Everetts. ._ _, ^ Carolyn Ash, who teaches at Britt, spent her Easter vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ash. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis spent Easter in the Bob Johnson home at Marengo. —• —' Robert Grimes, who spent the winter with his daughter in New Orleans, Louisiana, has returned and is spending an indefinite time with his daughter and son- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Aanes and family. —•— Mr. Joe Langerman, Mrs. Willard Langerman and Mrs. Harold Homewood spent Tuesday at the Arthur Langerman home in Rockwell. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Langerman and family have moved from the Dr. McLean house on Water street to the Marvin house in the north part of town. . A L __^ Mr. and Mrs. Samuel C. Paine, of Evanston, III., and their son, Dr. Lee A. Paine, of Berkeley, Calif., were visitors over the Easter holidays at the home of their aunts, the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. Dr. Paine is a research pathologist for the U. S. Forest service. —•— Mr. and Mr. Lyle Robb and family visited from Thursday until Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Holcomb at Indian ola, and his mother Mrs. W. 0. Wheeler in Des Moines. ™*~ 9 ~~ Easter day guests of Mrs. Clara Hanson were her daughter and family, the George Anderson's, of St. Paul, Minn. —• — Attending a pot luck Easter din nor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Connor in West Union, with other relatives, were Mr. and Mrs. John Fay and Douglas, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth and the Eldred Dumermuth family. Easter dinner guests in the parental M. E. Reese home were Mr. and M-s. William Smejkal and Mr. and Mrs. William Schrieber, all of Cedar Rapids. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orr were Easter guests in the Warren Strait home in Cedar Rapids. _ J1 _ L _ M - i, Mrs. William Thackenberg and Sarah Ann, of Cadar Rapids, spent last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Singer. Mr. Thackenberg and David came Saturday and Mrs. Thackenberg and daughter accompanied them home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quandt and family, of LeClaire, svere over Easter guests of his parents, the Art Quandts. m i A _ r __ ri Miss Mary Schmidt has sold her residence to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson and the Johnsons have sold their acreage to Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kimpston. Miss Schmidt will move to the Vern Rowland house which she purchased some time ago. * — V • -~ u Mr. and Mrs. Paul Richard and family, of North Branch, Minn., were faster week-end visitors in the parental John Fay home. «_»A_— Mrs. Viola Skinner went to Colorado Spring, Colo., to spend Easter with her son, and family, the Lowell Skinners and to be present Thayer's Have Bought Out A Complete Factory Stock of Famous Brand GARDEN CENTER NT JUST ARRIVED BIG ASSORTMENT PACKAGED PERENNIALS PAINTED DAISY GIANT FOXGLOVE GIANT HIBISCUS SHOWY SEDUM CREEPING PHLOX HARDY PHLOX CUSHION MUMS SILVER MOUND LAVENDER OTHERS INSURANCE AGENCY 14 A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get The BEST DEALS ON | INSURANCE And You Get SERVICE, TOO! 59c Each CHOOSE FROM 10 VARIETIES "ALL - AMERICAN " PETUNIAS CALYPSO MERCURY SUGAR PLUM CORAL SATIN CALIF. GIANT COMANCHE MAYTIME CRUSADER WHITE MAGIC ALL DOUBLE ALSO ~ PANSIES. SNAPS, OTHERS HYBRID TOMATOES - CABBAGE PLANTS BULK PEAS, BEANS, SWEET CORN "Everything For Lawn and Garden" Garden Center NUTRI - PAK COMPANY South Mechanic Street — Payatta Remnants Your Choice of Types FIRST COME FIRST SAVED QUANTITIES LIMITED GENTLE TERMS Per Square Yard 100% Nylon ... All Wool . . . Viscose . . . Acrilan Rayon. . . DuPont '501' Acrilan . . . Cumuloft Axministers . . . Tufted Wiltons . . . All At ONE LOW PRICE ... $5.00 yd. VALUES TO $14.00 yd. OPEN MON. thru FRI. 9A.M.-9 P.M. SORRY ... But Due to the Limited Quantities, And Low mark-up These carpets will not be shown by our "in the home" Salespeople . . . , You mutt make your ^election* at „._ t he store. ... And bring your own measurement*. . . A 25% deposit will be require* on A LL cash orders ... and a 10% deposit and irigrad contract on time payment orderi. "~ We will not take trade-in's on these carpets. . , And wa cannot hold lay-awayi mora than ——— , 3Q jjgys . „ •' THMER'S FAYETTE, IA. 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