Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 7, 1962 · Page 4
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June 7, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Busching - Hansen vows Read in Stanwood church Ruth Iliff, who teaches at Postville, purchased a new Mercury car recently and last Thursday took her mother, Mrs. Ray Iliff to visit in the homes of Mrs. Iliffs son and two daughters in Poison, Montana. They will visit other interesting places enroute and plan to be gone about two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. David Cox are staying in the Iliff home with her father during her mother's absence. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs, with Mrs. "Clara Lauer, Vclda Mae and George, and the Sid Tope family of West Union took picnic supper to the Paul Briggs home Sunday to assist Mrs. Briggs in celebrating her birthday. —a— Donald Chensvold and Kandis Cowles, of West Union, were over Memorial Day guests of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Vierow and three children, of Waverly, and Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Tobias and family, of Des Moines, were Tuesday visitors in the Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen home. The Tobias family remained overnight and Jean Ann Cowles accompanied them home to spend a week. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hockinson, of Marion, Indiana, were here to attend the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Imogene Stevenson on Saturday and left for their home Monday morning. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Milo Schneider returned home last week after spending the winter in Florida. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ainsworth, of Detroit, Mich., brought her mother, Mi*. C. R. Ostrander to her home here Friday after she had visited a few weeks in their home. The Ainsworths returned to their home, Saturday. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas and Mrs. Glen Thomas were Sunday dinner guests in the Larry Hansen home in Waterloo. Ellen and Tommy Thomas, who had been visiting in the Hansen home since Friday returned home with their parents. —•— Mrs. Daisy Shales, Sumner, Mrs. Nora Hecht, Hawkeye, and Mrs. Clara Sorg, Marion, took picnic dinner Sunday to the home of Mrs! Mable Ostrander and spent the afternoon with her. Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wood are visiting his uncle in Pine City, Minn., and will also spend some time fishing in Wisconsin this week. —m— Mrs. Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker were dinner and lunch guests Sunday at the Kenneth Miner home in Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Wilke left Sunday, June 3, for Omaha Nebr., to spend their vacation. Mrs. James Van Buren and Diane, of Ames, spent several days last week in the Glen Bennington home. Lois Bennington returned to Ames Sunday with them to spend the week. Tuesday overnight and Wednesday visitors in the Roscoe Cousins home were Mrs. Mable Burger and Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Burger of Sterling, 111. The James Jach family and Dale Skinner family of Waterloo joined them in the Cousins home, Wednesday. —•—' Miss Nellie Stevenson went to Rochester, Minn., Friday for a check-up on her hearing. Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Chittendon made the trip with her. —•— Mrs. Forrest Claxton is a med­ ical patient at the West Union hospital. — • — Memorial Day visitors in the Ronald Ash home were Mr. and Mrs. M. Miller of Cedar Rapids and Mrs. and Mrs. Cnry Ash and baby of Postville. — •— Visito-.s on Memorial Day at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs were Mr. and Mrs. James Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Shepard of Denver and Mrs. Elsie Shepanl of Fayette. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough were dinner guests on Memorial Day at the Loel Timm home in Des Moines. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fauser and Mis. Melissa Fauser were among the 71 who attended the annual F."ius< r reunion at the Legion Hall in Oelwein, Sunday. — 9 — Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nims attended the confirmation service for their niece Linda Kamaus at First Lnthe an church near West Union Sunday. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Bonjour and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dickinson and family, Mrs. Florence Bonjour. Ralph and Bernice Bonjour, and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Bonjour attended the Bonjour family reunion at Strawberry Point, Sunday. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ore attended the wedding of Terry Beman and Patricia Meighan Saturday afternoon at Trinity Lutheran church at Hawkeye. Mrs. M. C. Starry, of Olin, visited Friday until Monday in the home of her father, Clarence Click. Other guests on Sunday in honor of Mr. Click's birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Abe I limed and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Starry and family of Olin. —•— Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Thayer are moving their stock of furniture and supplies from South Main street. They plan to be in their new location by the middle or latter part of June. Dorothye Busching, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin H. Busching, and Sherman Hansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen, all of Stanwood, were married Saturday, June 2. The 3:30 p. m. double ring ceremony was perfored by the Rev. R. M. Muhl at St. Paul's Lutheran church at Stanwood. Baskets of white gladioli and seven branched candelabra were on either side of the altar. Music included a vocal solo, "The Lord's Prayer" by Fredrick Meyer. Emil Licht was the accompanist. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a sheath gown of silk organza with re-embroidered alencon lace which adorned the bodice and sheath skirt. The back featured a loop bow at the waist line and flowed into a brush train. The bride's elbow length veil was caught to a pleated sheer pillbox with a tailored bow edged in pearls. A bouquet of calla lilies and stephanotis completed her ensemble. Mrs. David Fitimons, New York, was matron of honor with Mrs. Don Young, Tipton, as bridesmat- ron. They wore willow green silk sheath dresses. Their picture hats matched their dresses and they carried bouquets of calla lilies. Best man was Don Young, Tipton, with Jack Dallas, Mason City, as attendent. The wedding guests were seated by Don Hober of Chicago and John ' Jerimtassen, Minneapolis. With the beige dress which Mrs. Busching selected for her daughter's wedding, she wore green and beige accessories. Her flowers were yellow roses. Mrs. Hanson selected a beige cotton with white embroidery tirm. Her accessories were white and she wore a red rose corsage. A reception was held in the church parlors after the service. When the couple left on a wedding trip, the bride chose a white sheath dress with black and white accessories. After June 10, the newlyweds will live at Albion, Mich. The bride, a graduate of Iowa State university at Ames, was Fayette county home economist the past year. She also wrote Homcmaker's Dateline which appeared in the LEADER each week. Mr. Han sen, a graduate of Coe college, is admissions counselor at Albion college. Bray - Brown Vows read At Lansing Judith Bray, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Bower, Fayette, and Dwight Brown, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brown, Waukee, were married at 2 p. m. Saturday, May 26, at Our Savior's Lutheran church in Lansing. The bride wore a formal gown of ivory embroidered crystallete. fashioned with a v-neckline, outlined with a scalloped edge, short cap sleeves and elbow length mitts. The full bouffant skirt was accent ed by a cascade of tiers on the sides of the gown and the skirt ended in a wide chapel sweep train. The veil was of imported silk illusion and the crown was made of bridal pearls and crystals. She carried two orchids on a white Bible, a gift of the groom. Miss Faye Sweeney, Lansing, maid of honor, wore pink taffeta with matching overnet. Her veil was a short face veil topped with a pearl crown. She carried white carnations accented with pink sweetheart roses. Dennis Witte, Fnyitte, was b st man. Ushers were Zane Thorpe, Dubuque, and Dennis Dunlay, Fayette. A reception for 100 guests was held at the parish hall. The couple will travel to Oakridge. Oregon, where they will make their home. Mr. Brown will be employed as a forcstor. The bride has been employed at the Lansing Company, Inc. Her husband has been attending Upper Iowa university, Fayette and graduated last week. refrigeration plant, the bakery, the church, one on the early Amana homes, the meat market, the old bakery, community kitchen, the cooper's shop and furniture shop. They had lunch at Liill Zuber's restaurant in Homestead. Girls making the trip included: Judy Brownell. Patty Lundry. Nan cy Reed, Melodye Parkinson. Phyllis Alshouse, Mary Lang, Shirley Sanders, Jo Anne Schrader, Dorothy McClain, Valerie Hubbell, Jeannie Crabtree, Patricia Carlson, Karol Turner, Lois Albrecht. Loretta Hoeger, Laurel Woods, Mary Erickson, Linda Harrison, Virgin­ ia Parsons, Sue Carey, Cheryl Bodley, Mary Ann Hamilton. Also Barbara and Maxine Treptow, Jeanette Potratz, Joyce Lenius. Teresa Bartels, Judy Potratz, Janice and Diane Potratz, Karen Reiter, Linda Hansen, Nadine Bur- ggrnf, Barbara Leverington, Emily and Sheila Sullivan, Sandra Bronn, Nick Hughson, Carolee Eitel, Barbara Claxton, Evelyn Huener, and Jane Ashby. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WITH LEADER WANT ADS Future Homemakers Of West Central Tour Amana colonies MAYNARD — Forty-two members of the West Central chapter of the Future Homemakers of America made a trip to the Amana colonies Friday, June 1, for a guided tour throught their places of interest. Places visited included the woolen mills, the test kitchen of the CONGRATULATIONS To IRVIN PAUL NATHAN HUMPHREY SINGER PLUMBING and HEATING Phone 247—R-2 Payette Baby gift shower held ' A "Baby Gift" shower was held Tuesday evening, May 29, at the Lutheran church social room honoring Ruth Magdalene Betke, infant daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Norman Betke. On the hostess committee were: Mrs. Fred Maurer, Mrs. LaVern Meyer, Mrs. Harold Huebner, Mrs. Don Vandersee and Mrs. Floyd Manson, who also served lunch to the 20 ladies and their daughters present. Announce marriage Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schulmeister, Oelwein, reveal the marriage of their daughter, Kati, to Larry Alber, son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Alber, Fayette, Iowa. The ceremony was performed by Rev. Lindner on April 22, in Hampton, Iowa. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dolphi Kalm, Maynard, friends of the couple. The bride is a graduate of the class of '62 at Oelwein Community high school. The groom is a first semester senior at Upper Iowa university, presently employed at the Fayette county A. S. C. Office. The couple are now making their home near Fayette. THANKS I want to thank everyone who voted for me in the primary election. And a special Thank You to everyone who helped' me in my campaign. Ray Goodell High Water Special Just Received - 2 Carloads of Posts Complete Stock on Hand For Your Fence Repair Needs mimtmmmuMummmumimmnmmnmmnmmuVMmm-mmmn nard Co-op Phonff 36 Donald Hartz, Manager Thank You For Your Support I WANT TO THANK EACH OF YOU WHO VOTED FOR ME IN THE ELECTION FOR COUNTY SUPERVISOR. I will do my best to fulfill your faith in me. life GARDEN CENTER Vz PRICE SALE ALL PLANTS Buy 1 Box at Regular Price Get 1 Box FREE THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY GOT ANTS IN YOUR PLANTS? We have the Latest in Insecticides DUSTS and SPRAYS NOBODY LIKES "SKINNY" ROSES SO, FEED THEM WELL with Special Rose Foods Available as Liquid or Granules GARDEN CENTER ACROSS FROM DEPOT FAYETTE Our Sincere THANKS To YOU The Voters Of Fayette County For Your Expression of Confidence ODNEY OELBERG COUNTY RECORDER I ^ WALTER SAUR COUNTY ATTORNEY Yoqf DORIS SPRINGER COUNTY TREASURER REPUBLICAN Team •JU .. , .1:

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