Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 24, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 24, 1962
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Ra+utalia New* A miscelleanous shower was given in honor of Betty Hokei of West Union in the church social room Tuesday evening. Decorations were red and white. Geri Lyn and Janeen Dilley sang "True Love." A contest was conducted by Mrs. James McSweeney. Mrs. Donald Huebner of Oelwein and Linda Bemis of West Union assisted with the gifts and Madalan Oiesin of West Union registered the gifts. Decorations were red and white. Miss Hokel will be married to Andrew Campbell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell, June 3 in the Presbyterian church in West Union. Center Do-R-Best 4-H club met Saturday afternoon at the home of Peggy Fox. There were nine members present. Roll call was answered by "An improvement I have made in my room". Faye McBnde gave a talk on, "Some textures belong together and some do not." Doris Alley talked on "Balance." Joyce Hall deminstrat- ed a lap-back cushion. After the business meeting Mrs. Fox served lunch. The Thursday Reading Circle will meet Thursday at the home of Mrs. Ben Turner for their last meeting of the year with a picnic dinner. Mrs. Vern Pratt, Rita David, Phyllis Brause, Mrs. Lloyd En- trivisle, Mrs. Verda Trudo and Mrs. Blanche King of the West Union Rebekah Lodge presented the Traveling Emblem, the Hour Glass, to Rose Bud Rebekah Lodge Wednesday evening. Gerald and Shirley Miner and Mrs. Amelia Voelker of Fayette were Sunday dnnner guests in the W. A. Schroeder home. Mrs. Mildred Miner of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and family of Oelwein were supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and family of Center Point and Mr. | and Mrs. Duane Schroeder of Arlington were evening guests. Center Township Homemakers club had a cook-out dinner at Twin Bridges Thursday. Mrs. Lyle Lamphier and Mrs. Floyd Bark done the cooking. There were ten women presented. A skit was given by Mrs. Ben Turner, Mrs. Robert Hanchett, Mrs. James McSweeney and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder. After a discussion it was decided to take a trip the later part of June to the Amana colonies, all will be notified as to the date. The Center Township Homemakers club will serve a meal July 10 in the Farm Bureau Building in Fayetle. Mr. and Mrs. McSweeney, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pattison of Fayette and John McSweeney of Des Moines were Mother's Day guests in the Everett McSweeney home. Mrs. Mary Beman has returned home from New York where she spent the winter with her sisters. Mrs. Royden Bacon of Shellsburg was a Wednesday ocernight guest of Mrs. Blanche Knight. Joy Lenius of Westgate was a weekend guest of Betty Lee Oakes. Former U I. U. grad Honored in Oklahoma A graduate of Upper Iowa University, Fayette, was honored on May 18 at Oklahoma State University, Stillwater. He is Dr. Wendell H. Krull, Upper Iowa '21, head of the department of paras- itology in O. S. U. college of Veterinary Medicine. The 1962 "Cadeceus", yearbook of the college, is dedicated to Dr. Krull, it was announced at the annual O. S. U. veterinary honors banquet in the Student Union. Dr. Krull has been a member of the 0. S. U. staff since 1948. Author of many scientific articles, in addition to chapters in college science textbooks, he is a member of American Association for the Advancement of Science, American Society of Parasitologists, Oklo- homa Veterinary Medical association, and other professional and honary organizations llpjxer Iowa university awarded him the honorary D. Sc. in 1954, the same year that the 0. S. U. chapter of the Society of the Sigma Xi named him its Lecturer. In addition to his addition to his degrees from Upper Iowa, Dr. Krull holds degrees from University of Michigan, and Colorado State university. He taught at Colorado State university, Auburn university in Alabama, and other colleges prior to joining the 0. S. U. staff. The Krull home is at 15 Elmwood Drive, Stillwater. Six 'licenses issued Six marriage licenses have been issued this month in the Fayette j I county clerk of courts office. f Th^y were to Shirley Rtith Smith,' 25, of Minneapolis and Glen Royal MltcftWl, 32, of St. Paul, Minn.; John'F. Mlculinlch, 20, and Jane Anne'Hansen, 19 both of Oelwein; Dale "A. Necker, 19, and Ruby J. Wlchflam, 17, both of Hawkeye; ( Jamas Robert Turner, 22 and Jean Isabel Belschner, 20 both of Arling- tonnponald Joseph Winter, 25, of Waucoma and Carol Jean Junk, 19, of S$. Lucas; -Dick Stanley Miller, 24, of Dunkerton and Bessie Jean Lundry, 19, of Maynard. Plan* ull plane piloted by George of Albla'was blow off the .?atf<rbjhto'its €ose as laf .„ at Albia recently. The and wing support was the landing gears were ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^•^•^•^•^••^•^••••BHMHH Prices Good Through Memorial Day, May 30th tor Goodness' Super Valu It's freshness and quality that add to the goodness of meat and produce. It's Famous Brands that insure goodness in canned foods. So for goodness' sake ... shop Super Valu. , 1st Choice Fryers are more' delicious and tasty because they're Fresh Fro '671 — «.- »-^« mMtf^um.mmmmmttMMmt SUPER VALU ® USDA Grade A FRESH Frozen • • WHOLE O Shasta O <&*„ O ^/ Q Quality Plus SVT—Valu Selected o Chuck Steak Gus Glaser . 49c Weiners Canned POPj Urge g 12 oz. yfOn I Bologna lb. 39c cans 49c Colby Longhorn Cheese lb. 65c Nabisco Fig Bars 2 Ibs. 69c Flav - O - Rite SAV£ f £H*MC Hamburger BUNS 19c tow, tow not GREEN SW Soa Mist Frozen Lemonade 6C NORTH STATE FROZEN Strawberries Good Valu Ice Cream Tom Thumb Frozen — 23 oz. pkg. Steakettes 'A gal. 89c Dads Root Beer *& gal. 39c Lustre Cremo ($1.00 value, only) Liquid Shampoo 79c HILAND - Reg. 59c Potato Chips 49c Chicken of the Sea — Green Label Lt. Chunk Tuna 3 for Lustre Creme — 99c value Spray Set only 79c Long White Fancy Slicing Cucumbers 2 for 19c STORE HOURS Week Days—8 A. M. to 9 P. M- Fri. . Sat. — 8 A.M. to 10 P.M Sundays — 9 A. M. to 12 Noon We Reserve The Right To Limit Quantities on Solo WOMAN'S DAY June luu» Cal Fame Pineapple Grapefruit Drink Pineapple Orange Drink Orange Drink 4 for $1.00 BILL'S Van Camp — 300 size can Pork & Beans lOc SUPER VALU Kmgsford IN Charcoal Briquets 10 Ibs. 59c Cirow Peanuts tfkg. 28c Sweetheart — Red Ripe Tomatoes tube 25c Sunklst Valencia Oranges doz. 49c No. 12 Jar Stuffed Olives 39c Gedney Pint Hamburger Slices 19c Ma Brown Hamburger & Hot Dog RELISH 3 for 89c WE W1U. CLOSE AT 1 P. M. DAY( MAY 30

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