Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 5, 1962 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 5, 1962
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S1V3O1 Mr. and Mrs. Kieron Odekirk and children, Cedar Rapids, were over Thursday night visitors in the parental George Reed home. r __,_a^ Barbara Nading spent the weekend with Kathy Shaffer in Minneapolis. Mrs. Russell Swartz presented her 14 pupils in a piano recital at the First Methodist church Sunday evening, July 1. Those taking part were Mary Schmidt, Peggy Fox, Harriet Johnson, Pam Curtis, Debbie Smith, Tanya McBride, Nadene Arthur, Gary Beck, Judy Lamphier, Marsha Frey, Sandra Raatz, Gloria Wells, Barbara Claxton and Mardene Davis. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer and Ella Foxwell attended the 42nd annual Illyria Community Day at the Illyria church Thursday. Miss Foxwell accompanied the Tom Foxwells to their home and visited until Sunday. 0 Coast Guard, Harold Lockwood, U. S. Navy, is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lockwood and other relatives. The Westfield Homemakers annual picnic was held Sunday, July I, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langerman. A good sized crowd was in attendance. — . , ^ Mr. and Mrs. Hoskinson and family of Marion, Indiana, have been spending several days this week in the home of his late aunt, Mrs. 0. W. Stevenson. ••••ft w Mrs. Nora Hecht, Hawkeye, was a recent afternoon visitor of Mrs. Mable Ostrander. fi Sheryl Scheidel was an overnight guest, Tuesday, in the Floyd Durey home in Hawkeye. ,_!-,•*!> _ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Nelson of Minneapolis, aunt and uncle of Mrs. Floyd Manson, spent a few days in the Manson home this week. Paul Manson accompanied them to their home Friday for a few days visit. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kraus and children of Amana we.'e recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ashby. ^ Mr. and Mrs. August Horn, Jr., and daughter, of Des Moines, visited over the Fourth of July holiday in the B. J. Thayer home. Janice Stonemah is spending a few days this week in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Holland Smith, near Aurora. Dayna Dumermuth and Judy Miller were week-end guests of Sharleen Mullins in Cedar Rapids. Sharleen Is taking nurse's training at St. Luke's Methodist hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles went to Lincoln, Nebr., Friday to visit their son, George Cowles and family, and accompany them on a 10 day vacation trip to Colorado. -,-;__ fg — Harold Hall, of Chicago, came Saturday to get his mother, Mrs. Will Hall who accompanied him home, where she was met by her daughter, Mrs. Ruth French, of Evanston, m. Together they went by plane to California to visit a few weeks in the homes of other children of Mrs. Hall. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cumingham, of Wadena, Minn., and Miss Carol Cumingham of Ackley, Minn., visited from Wednesday to Sunday in the Paul Voshell home. Mr. and MrsT William Zable and Mary of Watertown Wte., and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Laver, of Eldorado, were Friday afternoon callers in the Paul Voshell home. HW AHW Those wishing to write to Duane V&t&ll may do so at the following a<J*ess: Pvt. Duane Paul Voshell RA 17631102, Co D. 5th Bn. 3rd, Thg Regt. Basic, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. —»•*—• Mrs. Uoyd Marvin returned home last week from the Sumner hospital and is recovering satisfactorily. Mrs. Allie Hoitzman spent a few days last week with her son and fdmily, the Robert Hoitzman's in Oelwein. T r em_ . Week-end guests at the home of MrV and Mrs. Jay Lamphier were: Mr* arid-Mrs. Merle Dorland, of Cedar RalpidSi Mr. and Mrs. Harry siu tfliM )uads ;q»no(jnj Diseq siq o) sr oq/n jdjuag •uos -iioqi Suuouoq Bi|Bpuey ui ouioq jojuag pUB]aq aqi 51: .louuip Diuoid [|a/v\ojB; e PUB Lamphier, of WnU-rIno and Mr. and Mrs. Jiu-k Lamphier. of La- Porto City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob White and family, of Oelwein and Gene Pollow, of Sumner were Sunday visitors. ,^__ ~- fll . "Mrs. Walter Acller of Klgin. Minn., came last Thursday and on Friday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Levi Gage went to Fort Leo nard Wood, Mo., to spend the week-end with their sons, Gerald Tann and Rolwrt Gage, who are in army training there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Evans, Ronald and Terry, and Jean Ann Cowles were weekend visitors at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo., to visit Richard Evans. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Groves and two children, of Detroit. Mich., were visitors last week in the home of her mother. Mrs. 0. E. Hoitz- man and sister, Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Ostrander were visitors with them there Sunday. Keith Ostrander, of Winona, Minn., nnj Robert Hoitzman, of Oelwein called in the afternoon. 0 Mrs. Lloyd Marvin plans to leave this week for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Mnye Pfaff in Toledo, Ohio, and together they will go to California where they will visit Mrs. Marvin's son and other relatives for about a month. Wonder Workers meet The Wadena Wonder Workers 411 club met at the home of Debbie O'Laughlin on June 21 at 1:30 p. m. All members but one were present. Roll call was answered by telling of a spot of beauty they created. Beth Miner gave a demonstration on upholstering a chair. She used a plastic material for the cover. Rita Jellings told about the paintings Infanta Margarita Theresa, and Mrs. Freakc and Baby Mary. The members planned the program for the Wadt-na Community club on July 2. They also planned their Juiy 9 meeting, at which Joyce Hoffman, of Canada will be their guest. Mrs. O'Laughlin and Mrs. Mingeo served an outside cookery supper. 3 court cases filed Three court cases were filed last week in the Lysle Wooldridge Justice of the eace court. They were: Marie E. Parkinson, St. Louis. Mo., improper passing. $10 and costs; Pauline A. Thayer, Fayette, no operator's license, $5 and costs; Keith F. Strong, Fayette, no operators license, $5 and costs. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Popenhagen, Mrs. Wilma Metcalf, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore and family, all of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Voshell, Preston Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinkle and Phyllis, Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous, Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tope and family, of Hawkeye; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Popenhagen and family, of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Luenberger, of Elgin. Mrs. Mae Hinkle, Ava and Karen, of Waterloo; Mrs. Josephine Vos- of Hawkeye; and Carol Cumingham hell of Preston, Minn.; Rita Abbott, of Ackley, Minn. Entertain relatives Honoring their house guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Cumingham of Wadena, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voshell entertained relatives at a picnic dinner at tht-ir home Sunday July 1. Buy large cuff of meat and save. Wa cut. pack and freez* maati to flora In your locker. Inquire. Phone 45 MAYNARD LOCKER Maynard, Iowa FIBRE-GLASS ELECTRIC WATER SOFTENERS Call 287 For Free Water Analysis TIUYER'S FAYETTE Phone M7 26-4 Thanks --- To All Of You Friendly Folks Who Paid Us A Visit Last Saturday To Help Make Our Open House A Huge Success. We Were Extremely Pleased. Owen "Boots" Otl OTFS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP •a L. c a; « a, is 2 o j3 c s I'll <. T3 4* •o •gfa >, ai I w-c-S 0 . > *Q S I *;>*!, W c^3^J C "p ""* C"^**S3*^ co B w o; n § *g <3 ^ "^ £ £ "« t £•*> t/J |- ^ t **-i ^ ^ i O Jj?5 t^ f^ ^--atJ?^ ^* Q* '-*3 u'* — ,**^ ^ C ii; tQ ^5 r* "~* *^ t£? flj ttf 4i cQ Cfi ^C (5 O ^ QJ *^ C J-l Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Timm and family of Los Angles, Calif., ato expected to come this week-end for a several days visit with his mother. M's. Ross Hough and Mr. Hough. M''. and Mrs. Robert White and family moved recently to Oelwein where he is employed. Dinner guests Sunday at the Mrs. Mildred Miner home were Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Shroeder, Mardene and Rollyn of Randalia. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miner, of Sumner, were afternoon and supper guests in his mother's home. DNLLV3H dNV i snjd $669$ -Q ( — NVDIU3WV NOTICE TO DOG OWNERS DUE TO NUMEROUS COMPLAINTS BY LOCAL CITIZENS, WE ARE GOING TO ENFORCE THE DOG ORDINANCE. Dogs Must Be Tied AND CONFINED TO THE OWNER S PREMISES FOR A PERIOD OF THE NEXT 90 DAYS. JACK BECK Mayor ALL DOGS RUNNING LOOSE WiLL BE CONSIDERED A STRAY AND WILL BE PICKED UP AT THE EXPENSE OF THE OWNER. PLEASE COOPERATE. COME IN TO BILL'S SUPERVALU AND REGISTER FOR 75,000 Free Gold Bond Stamps To Be Given Away In The Next 6 Weeks. No Purchase Necessary. Just Register. 10,000 FREE GOLD BOND STAMPS THIS WEEK 1IH ox. pkfl. Cheerios * oz. pkg. Kix 12 oz. pkg. Wheaties 3 for 79c Butter Kernel CUT GREEN BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN WHOLE STYLE CORN BANQUET SWEET PEAS 3 for 49c Drawing Sat. night, 9:30 p. in. Need no) be present of win. Braunschweiger Large Bologna Weiners Your Choice HI-C - 44 ox. can Orange Drink 2 for 49c Dad's Root Beer */ 2 gal. 39c Welch's Puffs — Assorted Color Facial Tissues 3 for 69c Welchade 3 for $1.00 PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS Armour's Vegetable Shortening 3 Ibs. 49c Flav-O-RUa Sliced — I oz. pkg. American Cheese 29c North Stale Frozen — 6 oz. can Grape Juice 6 for 89c F!av-O-Rlt» — plain or powdered Donuts pkg. of 12 29 c Big Valu • vaccum pack Mixed Nuts 14 oz. 69c PLUS 50 FREE STAMPS Modest • reg. Sanitary Napkins $1.45 PLUS 100 FREE STAMPS Tomatoes tube 29c Washington Bing Cherries By The Crate b A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET When You Get The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE And You Get SERVICED TOO! For "Grate" Eating — Beef Ib. 39c BECAUSE WE FEEL THE GOLD BOND STAMP HAS SO MUCH MORE TO OFFER OUR CUSTOMERS/ WE ARE CHANGING FROM GREEN STAMPS TO GOLD BOND. WE WILL, HOWEVER, CONTINUE TO OFFER GREEN STAMPS TO Flli OUT YOUR BOOKS. TAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR FREE GREEN STAMP ITEMS THIS WEEK. uU low the fl*vor of routed corn, e «l* *Uk «»i»j>J«g, tlwn t ttf M/« C« V4 U* PUco tUm on i «l tfce «ri«l viWy J •)itoucct IliltklL buRM *04 AfftO per ear

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