Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 21, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 21, 1962
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Mr. and Mrs. Julius Wegner will celebrate their 2$h wedding anniversary Sunday June 24 from 2 to 5 p. m. in their home. No invitations are being sent but all friends and relatives are welcome. Doris Bahl and Julius Wegner were married June 24, 1937 in the Sacred Heart church in Oelwein by Hie Rev. O'Hagan. They have two sons Larry of Oelwein and La Vorn ,nt home, and one grandson Bret Wegner. The sons will be hosts. Center Do-R-Best 4-H club met June 16 at the home of Doris Alley. Patty Fox resigned as a membc". Joan Lamphier was elected vie.-? president to fill her vacancy. Gloria Dobbs talked on, place mats. Joan Lamphier talked on rhythm in a room. Nadene Ward talked on Harmony. A tin can cookout was planned for July 12 in the backyard of Gloria Dobbs' home, and they will invite the exchange students from Canada, who are in iliis area. Center Township Homemakers club will go by Deweese bus to the Amana colonies Thursday, meet in Randalia at 7 a. m. Mrs. Mary Beman and granddaughter' Sherla Beman left last week for Spirit Lake where they will be employed at Templar Park this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hennek, Debbie, Steven and Teresa of Rawlins, Wyoming visited in the Will Llewellyn home the past week. Mrs. Hennek is a sister of Mr. Llewellyn. Geneva McComb spent a few days at home. She left Monday to attend summer school at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Kenneth Hammerstrom of Riceville was a Sunday visitor of her sister Mrs. Ruth Whiteford. A group of friends from Fayette came as a surprise to Mrs. Eugene Wilbur for her birthday anniversary last Monday bringing cake and coffee. Mr. and Mrs Lee Jellings, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Hanchett attended the funeral of Will Lincoln at Oelwein Monday. Airman second class and Mrs. Gerald Birchard returned to their home in Roswell, New Mexico, Tuesday, her mother Mrs. Ruth Whiteford and Jim accompanied them there for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cue and Dean of Waucoma, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Wescott of Waverly, Dean Jellings of Rochester, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Davis and Douglas were Saturday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Jellings. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, Phillip' and Debra attended the funeral of Alfred.Fett at Monona Tuesday morning. Last Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wilbur attended a dinner at Ellis Park in Cedar Rapids and visited their brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Witter of Sarasota Florida, who are visiting Iowa. Mrs. Lora Belt, Jane Fordyce, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flower, Ralph Johnson of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Quass and family of Tripoli; Mrs. Barry Winter, Edgerten, Wis; Mrs. Donna Johnson, Parian McComb and Geneva and Richard Scannell enjoyed a icnic at the school grounds Sunday. Mrs. Don Nachtman and family moved to Fayette Sunday. Larry Larsen left Sunday for Greenfield, Indiana where he will attend National school of construction engineers for four weeks. Mr, and Mrs. -Frank Edtmonds and Mike Lynch were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Nelson home in Waterloo. Guests in the W. A. Schroeder home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. i Nyle Vargason and family of Cpnter Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee of Oelwein, Mrs. Mildred Miner and Gerald and Mrs. Amelia Voelker of Fayette. Mardene Schroeder is spending ' this jweek with her sister Mrs. Nyle Vargason at Center Point. Mr.' and Mrs. W. A. Schroeder, Mardene and Roilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Nyle Vargason and family of Center Point, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vandersee and family of Oelwein were .Sunday visitors, in the Chris Decker home celebrating the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Decker, Mrs. 1 Nyle Vargason and Mark Vargason. Birthday club to meet The, June Birthday club will meet Tuesday, June 28, at the home of Mrs. Matina Clough. A pot luck dinner will be held at noon. All ladles of Fayette, and surrounding area with birthdays in June,; are jC ordtoUy Invited. y*t/f isWS The $0 catu to find the brands: I life \ ;--•' ' / at&iperValu... A brand you know and like spells confidence and satisfaction. That's why we pride ourselves on pleasing our shoppers by stocking a wide variety of the famous brands advertised nationally. Super Valu (4 varieties) Cake Mix . flav-O-Rite Gum Drops or 19 ox. box 25c riav-vj-mie vjum L/rops or ^^ ^^ Orange Slices 2 & 39 C SUPER VALU IN FAYETTE Sara Lee Frozen Coffee Cake "3 Fisherman — 8 oz. pkg. Fish Sticks 4 for $1.00 Norbest Fancy Grade A IT WAI A cue Er of love at p«n«- TTUCE i.eaus 29C Grapes Perlette Beauty Plums Ib. Ib. 29c 29c »»»»»»«»*»*» Halves or sliced KEN-L-RATION in the handy _ _ 6 • CAN PACK 90C Valu Selected with S.V.T. ADD PORK CHOPS TO YOUR MINU . . . For a dellcloui difference In then meoty pork chops, we suggest baking them In a tyrup of your favorite fruit juices. Center Cut DRAWING SATURDAY NIGHT AT 9:30 Landers Steam and Dry Iron and an All Metal Ironing Board Register Each Time You Come In This Week. Need not be persent to win Hunt's Peaches 4 for $1 Sturgeon Bay Cherries 2 for 59c Nestles Quick Chocolate 39c Premium — In squeeze barrels Star Kist Green Label 49 c Ib Really Meaty Country Ribs Tenderloin Portion Pork Loin koast"£V SAME lOW.lQWfRKEM * 49c 39c FAMILY CHOP 49 c STORE HOURS Week Days— S 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 Stokely CATSUP 2 for 45c PLUS 25 FREE GREEN STAMPS KOTEX Box of 48 $1.73 PLUS 50 FREE GREEN STAMPS ALL.SJPECIALS.GOOD THURSDAY THRU MONDAY WHILE SUPPLY LASTS Mustard 2-33c Tuna 3for89c 6 <« 59c PLUS 25 FREE GREEN STAMPS FREE 1 qt. CLOROX With Purchase of 11 QT. PAIL 69c BOYS AND GIRLS! enter your dog in our big Ken-L-RATiON K/os'ooe SATURDAY, JUNE 23 irsfRee! COME IN AND GET YOUR ENTRY BLANK TODAY! p HOTOGRA|>|| * A Beautiful 5 n by T Enlarged Vignette PORTRAIT OF * YOUR CHILD AfL*Uwt-o™ month to teven yecrt.,, or poup of children provided one it under j-«ilS'» JWl ' "I.**"-- '"••>•'••:.* No Coupon—No Entry FM tt-No'Handling Q»«f«« l Dreii your children in their Sunday But and bring them KT $ur rtoro. Yoir will w teivtt abioluttly FREE one beautiful 5" x V enlarged portrait o! your d»ud (or Sdren-provlded^i. under 7 year* old), merei no appointment neoeuarr. And remember, there b No to purchue. Your only ob. ligation ii to M «.P^[U|| photo I* taken. "" Thursday,

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