Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 21, 1962 · Page 4
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June 21, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Wolcott of Tampa, Fla, are spending two weeks with their son, Rev. and Mrs. Jerry B. Wolcott and family. — •— The Eldred Dumermuth family, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth and Mr. and Mrs. John Fay were dinner guests Sunday at the Al Moschel home near Hawkeye to celebrate Hie June birthdays which included that of Eldred Dumermuth. —•— The S. W. Tobias family, of Des Moines were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. They brought Jean Ann Cowles home who had been spending two weeks in their home. Faye Tobias remained for a two weeks visit with her grandmother, Mrs. Rasmussen. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Herwig, Jr., of Cedar Kapids, were callers at the Justus Herwig and Richard Scheidel homes Saturday afternoon on their way to attend the high school gathering and program at Wadena —•— Mrs. Lillian Trout, Hawkeye was a Sunday afternoon and supper guest of her sister, Mrs. Park Cowles. —•— Mrs. Lawrence Thomas and brothers, Harold Mullins, Fayette, and Russell Mullins, of Westgate and their mother, Mrs. William Mullins returned home Friday from Pleasant Ridge, Kentucky where they attended the funeral of their aunt and sister-in-law, Mrs. Clara Simpson. They also visited with relatives in Kentucky and Ohio enroute home. —•— Mrs. Ena Davis went to Postville Thursday afternoon to spend a couple of weeks with her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meisner and grandson, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meisner. —•— A new room and bathroom are being built on to the west side of the Fred Maurer residence. —•— Miss Eleanor Alderson attended the funeral of V. G. Vanter in Strawberry Point Monday, June 11. —m— Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous and house guest, M. J. Probert of Corvallis, Oregon, attended the Budasiek wedding at Cedar Falls. —•— Mrs. Louis Schmit and little daughter of Phoenix, Arizona are expected to come Wednesday, June 20, for a twelve day visit with her mother, Mrs. Ella Langerman and sister, Mrs. Harold Homewood and family. The Homewoods will meet them in Mason City. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bark, of Randalia, were Saturday callers of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. —•— Earl Gallaher, Harold Earle and Claire Hogan are on a few days fishing trip in Minn. — a— Mrs. Harriet McClree, of Le- , banon, Mo., is spending an indefinite time this summer with her brother, Richard Smirl and other relatives. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous, Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Albin Kimpston, Miss Ella Foxwell, Mr. and Mrs. John Solomon attended the funeral services for Mrs. Jerome Yearous at the Illyria church Sunday. She was a sister-in-law of Jake Yearous. Mrs. M. J. Probert returned to her home in Corvallis, Oregon, Monday after spending several weeks with her sister, Mrs. Jake Yearous. Dinner guests" Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yearous were Mrs. Harry Bisbing and Russell Bisbing and daughter, Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Paul Huffman and children, of Marion, Ind., and Mrs. Jerome Yearous and children. Mr and Mrs. George Reed were guests in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John H. Riley, Jr., .in Worth, HI. Mrs. Don Vnndersee accompanied them. While there they attended graduation ceremonies at DePaul university in Chicago at which time Mrs. Uilcy received her Masters Degree in Education. —m — Mrs. William Esters mterained several ladies at a Birthday Ten. Friday afternoon, June 15. at her apartment at the Humphrey house as a courtesy to Margaret Paine. — •— Mr.- and Mrs. Frank Miller attended the wedding of her nephew, James Johnson and Vicky Muller at the United Church of Christ at Fredericksburg, Sunday afternoon, June 10. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorgo accompanied by their son, Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Sorge and family of Randalia attended the wedding of the former's niece, Sandra Kay Stohr and Harold Schneider at the Salem Evangelical United Brethren church, Westgate, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Swartz also attended the wedding. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Payne, of Chicago were callers Saturday afternoon at the Frank Miller home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett at Alleman. Al Schmitt of Oelwein was a caller Sunday evening in the Heth home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson and two sons of Marengo were weekend guests in town. — Mrs. Vada Proctor who has sold her home to Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Earle of Randalia, purchased a home in Oelwein and moved there. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Howard accompanied her and Will reside wi'h her for an indefinite time. —•— Mrs. Chester Guinn and children of Alron, Iowa are spending this week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yearous while her husband is attending Methodist Conference at Mount Vernon. • —• — Mrs. Melissa Fauser and Judy Heins were week-end visitors in the home of Judy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Heins at ClavtOii to celebrate Mrs. Fauser's birthday on Sunday, June 10. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Spatcher of Ames were callers at the home of his parents, the George Spatch- ers. Mrs. Spatcher returned from the West Union hospital on Wednesday where she underwent surgery. The Philatheas have been invited to a picnic dinner at the home of Mrs. Shirley Butts, at 12:15 on Wednesday, June 27. ported during the year. They were a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sauerbry. of Hopkinton. and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hamm, of Dubuque. One death, Burnett Keen Brown, of Cedar Falls was reported. It was voted to hold the 19G3 reunion in the Oelwein Park. Greenough reunion Held at Island park Thirty-two members of the Greenough family gathered in the Klock's Island park in Fayette, on Sunda; - , June 17, for their annual reunion. After a picnic dinner at noon, and a short business meeting, a social hour was enjoyed with many family pictures displayed. Attending were three sons and one daughter, direct decendents of Lewis and Kate Patterson Greenough; they were Glen, of Fayette, Arch of West Union, Roy of Waterloo and their wives; Mrs. Gladys Greenough Angell, of Delhi and her husband. Others attending were: Mr. and Mrs. James Gerke and three sons of Evansdale; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Sauerbry and two children or Hopkinton; Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Greenough and family of Waterloo; Mrs. Charlotte Brown and three children of Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Clair Allwood and two children of Benson, Arizona, who came the longest distance. The oldest member attending was Mrs. Glen Greenough, of Fay- prette and the youngest members were four year old twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Greenough, of Waterloo. Two births were re- 17 licenses to wed Are issued by clerk Seventeen ' marriage licenses we:e issued in the Fayette County (le"k of courts office. They were to: Lawrence ('.. Jirak, 23, of Lawler and -Edna Rita Langreck, of West Union; Terry James Beman, 21. of Randalia and Patricia Marie Meighan, 21), of Sumner; Roger W. Mangan, 22, and Alice DcLnng. 22, both of New Hampton; Forest Adam /.impfor, 29, of Walker and Arlene Catherine Newton, 2T> of Lansing. III.; James D. Rechtrcrtig. 18, and Nancy Bruenlng, 19, both of West Union; Richard Wheeler, 19, of Wadena and Erma Jane Pritchard, 19, of Arlington: John F. Slaffenhagen, of Clermont and Terrie Rae Stade, in. of Fayette. Alan Earl Behnken. 22, of Postville and Kay Frances Guycr, 19, of Elgin; Edmund C. Branson, 20, Postville and Diane Mctzger, 15, of Clermont: Jerry Duea, 2(1, Alburnett and Joan E. Meyer, 25, of Oelwein; Ruben S. Munoz, 24, of Chicago and Rosemary Villa, 20 of Oelwein; Paul Anton Zrostlik. legal of Garner and Margaret Lila Baker, legal, of Lawler; Dennis Otto Wolfs. 21, of West Union and Carolee Ann Nvdegger, 111, of Elgin: Willis H. OU, 21, Hawkeye and Ix)ls June Thornton, 17, Evansdale: Donald Eugene Iliff. 23, and Mary Anne Roquet, 22, both of West Union: Dale Cain, 21, of Quttenberg and Joyce Oelberg, 1H, of Wadena; John Peter Nielsen. 21, and Sandra Rae Brown, 17, both of Oelwein, Administrative lodge At state 4-H camp To be dedicated Fayette county 4-H members and leaders will have better camping facilities available to them with dedication of the new administration. Linden Lodge, at the Iowa 4-H camping center near Madrid, County Extension Director M. C. Wangsness reports. Dedication ceremonies for the new lodge will be conducted Tuesday, June 2G. The Iowa 411 club foundation, representatives of Iowa banks and friends of 4-H club work will attend the dedicnl ion. The $40,000 building was financed with funds available by Iowa hank ers. The Arlington .Slate Hank, Elgin State Bank. State Bank of Fayette, Maynard Savings Bank. Oelwein First National Hank. Oelwein Slate Bank. State Savings Bank of Westgate. and West Union First National Bank, all of Fay ette County, made contributions to the project. Dr. James Hilton, president of Iowa State university and chairman of the Board of trust res of the Iowa 4-H Club Foundation, will accept the lodge for the foundation. Presentation of the lode "ill be made by Charles II. Walcott. president of Security National hank in Sioux City and president of the Iowa Bankers association. Be on look-out For poison ivy Can you recognize poison Ivy'.' It's smart to be able to spot the three glossy green leaves !*!<>!•• • they spot you! The way for a susci ptihle prison to prevent a case of poi .Mti ivy is to avoid the plants. Many a picqic has been spoiled or a vacation ruined because of contact with poison ivy or its cousins, the tree-like poison sumac and th" bushy poison oak. Leaves of both the ivy and the oak in threes,' about three Inches long; green In summer, reel in fall, and shiny from their oil. Poison sumac grows in damp or moist ground, often in swamps. Anyone who has had poison Ivy knows how uncomfortable the red, itching blisters can be. Scratching and breaking the blisters is dan gerous because secondary skin infections can develop. Boils may sometimes follow severe attack*, and A doctqr bhould be consulted when an attack is severe. The real trouble nmker Is the sap or oil which oozes out of the injured plant. When it comes in contact with the skin, it causes intense irritation resembling a burn. If a person gets into ]>oison ivy, the first thing to do is wash the spots with plenty of soap and hot water, If there Is not water available, they can be sponged with alcohol or gasoline. Removing the oil is the important thing. A shower is more satisfactory than a tub bath because the poison floats on the surface of the water and may leave infected material at water level. A solution of one tablespoon baking soda dissolved in a pint of hot water is recomended to help reduce the itching. Remember that the oil from poison ivy clings to anything that touches the plant, so tools, clothing, and (lets may be contaiminated. The very best precaution is recognition of the three shiny leaves and than avoiding them! 13 civil cases filed Thirteen civil cases were filed recently in the Fayette County Clerk of courts office. They were; La Verne Lienau vs. Hubert Kiel, Replevin; Spahn and Rose Lumber Co. vs. Amos and 7.tttn White, account $19!).03 interest and costs; Palmer Memorial Hospital vs. Clem Schmitt, attach, $400.15 inter est and costs; Mathilda Westendorf vs. Paul Westendorf, divorce; Weidler Chevrolet Co., vs. Larry Handke, transcript in the matter of Joseph Zanatta, appeal. Dorothy E. Vernon Ganske vs. Vernon R. and Maxine Robbins, account, $130.00 and costs; Mercy Hospital vs. Dominie and Carol (Junnio, account, $121.04 Interest and costs; Mercy Hospital vs. Francis P. and Rose Stammeyer, account, $175 .00 interest and costs; Great Plains Supply Co., vs. Roland Strempke, account, $32.23, interest and costs; Evelyn C. Blake vs. William R. Blake, divorce; Mercy Hospital vs. Laverne H. Lou Ann Fox, account, $94.59, interest and costs; Julicnna Wander vs. James Wander, divorce. Paul Neiwoehner, of Fredericksburg; Mr. and Mrs. Milford Sampson, of Hawkeye, and Wanda Meyer of Fort Atkinson. Honor anniversaries Mr. and Mrs. Art QuandL Gehlen, Jo Ann and Ken, and Mr::. Ij)uise Wichmann met with other friends and relatives at the home of Mrs. and Mrs. Eisner Volker. of Sumner, Sunday, for a pot luck dinner honoring the i5th wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Volker and the fifth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. PatiJit:; Quandt of LeClaire. Presi nt also were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Quandt, of Strawberry Point, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klein, Sandra, Jolene, Randy and Jeffrey, of Waterloo; Russ Treptow, of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Murphy, of West Union. Mrs. Clara Volker, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Keupkcr, Charles and David, Sumner; Mr. and Mrs. Grandmothers meet Six members of the grandmothers club and two guests, Mrs. Lydia Stearns and Mrs. McDonald met at the home of Mrs. Allie Holtzman Thursday afternoon, June 14. A social afternoon with a few working on their own handwork was enjoyed. The July meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Newell Combs. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE STUDEBAEER Sales & Service Be Sure Your Car Is Ready For Those Summer Pleasure Rides Zabriskie Garage George Zabriskie, Proprietor Phone 80 Fayette, Iowa HEATER SALE DOG DAY SPECIALS 35,000 BTU Warm Morning — reg. $130 >: RADIANT GLASS FRONT SPECIAL —'$110 50,000 BTU WARD MORNING WITH BLOWER — REG. JI79 SPEC J J 59. NEW WAY TO SOFT WATER LUXURY and ECONOMY 44*44 44444 Meadowbrook •WATER. soFxeviea 44444 44444 Dog Day Specials 10% OFF ON SWIM SUITS 10% OFF ON ALL WHITE FLATS LADIES SUMMER HATS — HALF PRICE CURTINA — Reg. 59c yd. — NOW 39 c yd. MAURERS SHOES AND CLOTHING 65,000 BTU WARM MORNING STOVE PLAIN FRONT - REG. $^69 SPEC $149 FREE SERVICE LINE WITH HEATER People's Natural Gas Fayette, Iowa A TOTALLY NEW CONCEPT In water softeningl This beautiful home appliance it designed to eliminate completely all the ptoblems common to old-fashioned barrel-shaped softeners and rental-service systems. See and compare Meadowbrookl New and Exclusive Features: 100% solid fiberglass chassis. Completely automatic — you never have to touch it • Unitized construction • Compact, slimline design • New Uni- cron valve has no solenoids to break down — no diaphragms to wear out • Choice of white or beautiful pastel colors Winner of Materials In Design Engineering Citation Award for design and engineering excellence. A quality product of The Zeo- Ran Co., mfrv of America'* finest home-owned water softeners. THAYER'S Furniture — Appliances Carpet Now In Our New Downtown Location Fayette ph. M7 Open Mon. thru Sat. 9 to 9 iili ..VJt¥«r.>.k : = ANNOUNCING THE OPENING OF Johnson's Home Bakery EUNICE JOHNSON, OWNER NO MIXES USED — EVERYTHING BAKER FROM SCRATCH All Kinds of Rolls - Donuts - Bread Tea Biscuits - CloverleajE Rolls Pies - Cafecs,,.? Cookies... NO MIXES USED — EVERYTHING BAKED FROM SCRATCH o From 6 A.M. . . / • ' " 30S So. Main - Fjr»t Hou»« So. of Mwonic Hall Dbg Days SPECIALS Pet Needs: CAT AND DOG POWDER 49,. CAT AND DOG SPRAY 98c DOG FLEA SOAP 35c Cat and Dog Specials: 10 Pens and 10 Refills . . Only gg c ».Q6 Value $1.29 Value • Car Polish and Sponge ., Only JQg Purse Size Hair Spray Only 5Q C .' W.OO Value Summer Cologne N.P. 27 Athletes Foot Po , Cutex Nai| Polish' > ' \ • fi^!'-v. v^'*-' Pow|er,& Uquicf comb: Only J |29l

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