Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 31, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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The Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet June 6 in the church social room with Mrs. Donald Bachman and Mrs. Daryl Austin hostesses. The worship and program "The Ecumenical Deacon ess and Missionary", will be given by Mrs. Bill Alley and Mrs. George Franks. Roll call is A famous church. The Mary circle will serve lunch all day election day June 4, and also have a rummage sale in the church social room. Vacation Bible school will Ixr held the week of July 22, due to a lack of teachers for the usual time, earlier in the summer. Any one wishing to offer their service as a teacher should contact Mrs. J. W. Frye. The church services will change time next Sunday June 3. Church school at 9:00 and worship service at 10:00. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schrader after Marjorie's graduation Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Klemp of Fayetle; Mrs. Harold Ehlers of Maynard; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ganske of Westgate; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fox, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bauer and Kathy of Stanley; Mrs. Shirley Layton of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Arnold and family of Fairbank; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bake and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bauer of Oolwein. Clyde Miner of Wild Rose, Wis. visited Fred Orcielt Saturday. Wednesday evening visitors in the Donald Schrader home were Will Hall of Maynard; Mrs. Mabel Hurd, Maxine and Janet of Oel wein. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Christensen at West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jones and family of Canton, Illinois were weekend guests in the Harold Ault home, Joan and Janet Ault accompanied them home for a visit. Members of the West Central graduating class from Randalia were LaVern Wegner, Marjorie Schrader Sherla Beman, Earl Anderson, Jim Ashby, Mardene Davis, Dennis Kolmeyer, Linda Bark, Larry Larsen, Kathy Barry and Nancy Bark. Mrs. David Wells, Mrs. Donna Johnson and Mrs. Ted Lenius took the Rebekah Traveling Emblem, The Hour Glass, to the Hawkeye Lodge last Monday afternoon. The Seniors took a trip to Chicago Wednesday morning returning home Saturday morning. 1st Lt. Elvin Nading of Alexandria, La., is visiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nading. Mrs. Elvin Nading and Jeffrey stayed with her parents at Boone. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilbur and family, Tracy Brown and Dave Raymond of Boxholm were Saturday visitors in the Eugene Wilbur home. Saturday evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Homewood and Cheryl Nading of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nading Randalia. Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Armstrong of Mankato Minn, were visitors of Mrs. J. W. Frye. SniNOTHCN AMERICA'S MAC* POWtHI F.; ® .urU.S. SAVINGS ONDS YOU* tHMI IN AM1WC* CONGRATULATIONS Mrs. M. H. Clough P. O. Box 271 Fayetle, Iowa Mrs. Clough, Fayelte, was the lucky winner of a pair of Glov- Etts given away at Maurer's Shoe Store. Mrs. Clough says, "I never realized a shoe could feel so easy on my feet. It's like walking on bubbles of air." NOW.... ANOTHER PAIR of In coop- •fallwi with th» manufacture •r, w. at* ,patll«l paling In q.i*n»r prti.ntollon of 3,C of OloV'Ctt Ww)pl»» n*»'**••* T»^»-» — - aav. owoy a pair of lh« papular Olov. Itn. New w* art galng to alvi away ANOTHER palrl Orowlno for Tl>« «»cond pel' of frt> Clov Ettl will be en Saturday, June 2 All YOU HAV« TO DO CMM to and Shoe* & Clothing Fayette, Iowa £uper Valu helps ijoii save wffh Top Quality Producte at lower prices. BILL'S Only the best foods ovoilable wear the Super Valu emblem on their packages. We're proud of thii reputation and salei have proved II: acceptance. Have you fried the Super Valu brand . . . take odvjatage of iK'j special sale today! SUPER VAtU I Super Valu Chunk Style ? 29c Super Valu •'•$'•*, Cake 19 or. Mix pkB 39c Super Valu — tall Canned Milk Super Valu (Assorted Colors) Facial Tissues 400 count box Super Valu Shortening Super Valu Creamy or Chunky Peanut Butter 3 Ib. can 49c Mandarin Oranges[5jfor$l Musselman's Applesauce 2 for 25c Lean, Fresh All America's favorite for outdoor grilling— and especially so when It's from Super Valu. Happy Host Pork & Beans Great Northern Beans Butter Beans Mexican Chili Style Beans Red Beans Pinto Beans White Hominy Spaghetti Your Ckoice Pour qu.flttly undid BULK FROZEN VEGETABLES PEAS FRENCH FRIES MIXED VEGETABLES 1V4 Ib. see-thru bag Center Cut Pork Chops 69c Wilson PounJ Franks 49c Florida ™ m OO Sweet Corn O"" ZbJC Happy Host Tomatoes 5 for 79c V/'ne-Ripened Rupert Frozen Perch or Haddock Fillets .. 1 Ib. North State fto«n Grape Juice. Frozen ComWi 2Q Ofc Game Hens.... pVfl ' From our Dairy Di Crackw Barrel M.dlum or ^ Q ^ Sharp Cheese .. pV9 / Carnation bulk % Cottage Cheese.. Ib. 21c BILL'S Tomatoes... 25c tube Cucumbers 2 for 19c Happy Host Tomato Juice 46 oz. can SAVE uow^iowwwai Alka Seltzer 59c Valu* 25 tablets 49c Super Valu Salt 9C box ORCEN3T/ Plllsbury Flav-O-Rite Scalloped Potatoes * • • 25c box Reg. Me SUPER VALU s- J.i*t ir-/.<.. Calfamn IN FAiEfTE STORE HOURS Week Day*—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 AIX'SPE&ALS GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS Potato 4 for $1 Orange Drink 4 for $1 Hlland 49c

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