Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 17, 1962 · Page 6
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May 17, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Ratutalia AtetuA A large crowd attended a mis- celleanous shower Tuesday evening in the church social room in honor of Kathryn Riley. A mock wedding was performed by women of her neighborhood. Sandra Raatz, played a piano solo. A contest was conducted, and Diane Porter sang a solo. Decorations were blue and white. Margaret Sullivan and Mary Jo Naboholtz assisted with the gifts and Sandra Raatz registered them. Miss Riley will be married May 19 in the Holy Name church, West Union to First Lt. Richard J. Barnes of Waukon, stationed at Camp Lyeunrie N. Carolina. County 4-H Rally Day was held Saturday at the Maynard Community. Members present from Center Do-R-Best club were Sandra Raatz, Joan and Nadene Ward, Joan Lamphier, Gloria Dobbz, Joyce Hall, Marilyn and Joan Kaune, Peggy Fox, Doris Alley. Joy Lenius, Faye and Wilma McBride, Mrs. Floyd Nading, Mrs. Bill Alley, Mrs. Sheldon Fox, and Mrs. Lyle Lamphier. Ten of the members were in uniform. Peggy Fox won the better grooming contest, this is the second year, the Center Do-R-Best club has won the Better grooming County contest. Doris Alley was a candidate for County officer. A miscelleanous shower was given in honor of Patricia Meighan Wednesday evening in the church social room. Mrs. Roy Post presented the honoree with a corsage. Several little girls sang two numbers accompanied by Mrs. Deane Davis. Mrs. Post read a story, followed by a musical contest. Mrs. Gordon Lauer of Hawkeye and Sherla Beman assisted with the opening of the gifts and Mrs. Harold Vandersee of Oelwein registered them. Decorations were yellow and white. Miss Meighan will become the 'bride of Terry Berman June 2, at the Lutheran church in Hawkeye. The Thursday Reading Circle members entertained 18 mothers Thursday at their one o'clock luncheon followed by a program. Welcome by Mrs. W. A. Schroeder president of the club. A piano solo "Apple Blossom Wedding", Mrs. Ethel Clark of Fayette; vocal solo, "My Mothers Rosary," Mrs. Mrs. Harriet Smith; A reading "What is a Boy," By Mrs. J. W. Frye, Reading, "What is a Girl," Mrs. Glen Holmes. Mrs. Anna Holmes received a corsage for the oldest mother present and Mrs. Larry Riley of Fayette, the youngest mother. A musical skit, "Hats You're About to See," Mrs. Ethel Clark, with the club members modeling hats they had designed. Mrs. Ruby Groom of Spring Grove, Illinois spsnt the weekend, with her son, Hub°rt Larson and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Lenius and family of Waterloo" were Mothers Day guests of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Ted Lenius. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonds and Mike Lynch were Mothers Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Jane and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Geiseman were Mother's Day dinner guests of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gluts in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Oakes, Jane and Billy were Saturday evening visitors in the Fred Waskow home at Fredericksburg. Mrs. John McFadden entertained at dinner Thursday in honor of Tommy Joe's sixth birthday anniversary. Larry Kuennen, Leslie Lens, Johnny Zupke, Dennis Paul. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Brunkhorst of Lamont were evening visitors. Mrs. Madge Doran of Waterloo and Mrs. Harley Wescott of Waterloo were weekend visitors in the Lee JelUngs home. Other Sunday visitors were Dean Jellings of Rociiester, Minn. Fay Davis of Oelwein and Harley Wescott of Waverly. Mr, and Mrs. Herbert Bagenstas and daughter of La Porte City were Sunday visitors in the Gordon Trewin hon>e. Mrs. Alta Owen, Mrs. Ethel Clark, Mrs. James McSweeney and Mrs. Larry Riley of Fayette attended the Thursday Reading circle luncheon Thursday at the church social room. Mrs. Myrtle Huber of Waverly visited her sister Mrs. Robert Hanchett that day and was also ,a guest at the luncheon. Re-enlisU in Wave* Wave Bonita K. Pfeiffer, seaman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Pfeiffer of Fayette, re-enlisted for four years, March 12, under the Selective Training and Retention ( STAR ) program, while serving with Training Squadron Two at the Whiting Field Naval Auxiliary Air Station, Milton, Fla. The STAR program enables qualified naval personnel to enter special training programs. Upon selection, they must obligate themselves to serve, .a minimum of four | years active duty. Thje mission of the squadron is to instruct, student aviators in flying the Nayy'e .T'28 trainer airplane | in precision tactics, acrobatic maneuvers, under instrument conditions, and at night. Before entering the service in Marph 1959, Miss Pfeiffer, was graduated from Fayette high schopl, The Duncan Qoofc^store-in AJbia recently celebrated 75 years of business under J}& W^tta^- ersMpof one family- . 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