Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 12, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 12, 1962
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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Kimball, Kathaleen, Sharon and Debra of Sioux Falls. South Dakota, spent the week end with their cousins. Mr. and Mrs. Don Becker and family. Wednesday, Mrs. Becker, Connie Kennie, Gary and Terry and their house guests were dinner guests in the Wayne Thompson home at Hopkinton and in the afternoon called on Mrs. Ida Nading, Mrs. Bernard Kellogg and Mrs. Winnie Brauer at Manchester and called on Mrs. Frank Sylvester at the Moser Nursing Home in Strawberry Point and also on Mrs. J. F. Sheppard at Dundee. ""•~~" Mrs. Alta Owen and Mrs. Blanche Davis attended a picnic gathering of old neighbors at the Randalia church social room Sunday which was to honor Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Severs of Clarksville. ~~ • "—" Mr. and Mrs. John Schwiebert and two children of Brookland were last week-end guests of the Bob Johnson family. ™* ' 9' ™ Mr. and Mrs. Calvin McCary attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Sharon Bipond and John Phillip Bilyers at Algona on July 4, and were overnight guests of their daughter-in-law in Algona. Enroute home they called on Mrs. Ernest Moore in Iowa Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Severs near Clarksville. —• — Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Billings have returned from visiting the lalter's brother, Dr. Charles Little, of Memphis, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Billings were guests at a picnic Sunday- afternoon of old friends, in the Christie cabins, a resort near Cedar Falls. — m-- Miss Marsha Schupleach of Hiawatha, visited in the George Xabriskie home the week of the 4th. She n turned "to her home on Sunday afternoon. —e>— Mrs. W. R. Sperry observed her 91st birthday Thursday, July 5, fit her home. Several friends and uld acquaintances called during the afternoon. Her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farley, live in her home with her and assist in her care. Mrs. Sperry is able to be about the house and assist with minor household duties. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Lewis H. Austin of Portland, Oregon, came Friday to spend several days in the home of her aunts. Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. Mrs. Austin is the former Esther Paine, and a graduate of U. I. U. Mrs. Louis Schmid and daughter, Kathie of Phoenix. Arixona. who have been visiting her mother, Mrs. Ella Langerman and her sister, Mrs. Harold Homewood and family for twelve days started their homeward trip Monday. The Homewoods and Mrs. Langerman took them to Marion to board the train. Mrs. Ena Davis has returned home after spending two weeks with her daughter, Mrs. Francis Meisner, of Postville, and in the home of her grandson. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meisner and to make the acquaintance of her first great grandchild. Mr. and Mrs. Don Becker and family and their guests, the Wallace Kimball family of Sioux Falls, South Dakota, and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Ward and family picnicked Thursday at the Ward home. Recent visitors in the Don Becker home were Mr. and Mrs. Merwin Ball and family of Labor.na, III. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goodor went to Riceville Tuesday to visit over the Fourth with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barr.nz in their home. Mr. and Mrs. John Solomon and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mi 1 , and Mrs. Attrus Stepp at Carman, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth were evening callers on July 4, in the Larain Kerns home in Arlington and attended the fireworks. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett were business callers in Prairie du Chien, Wis., Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. .Park Cowles accompanied by their son and daughter-in law, Mr. and Mrs. George Cowles and Kevin returned home Sunday evening from their western vacation trip. Visitors with them at the Cowles home Sunday were the Stanley Cowles and Curtis Chensvold families of West Union and Robert Cowles family, of Os- sian. also Mrs. Rasmussen Jean Ann Cowles. The George Cowled family returned to their home at Lincoln, Nebr., Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Heth, Carl and Helen of Hawkeye, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heth, Mrs. Doug Everett and Mr. and Mrs. Bob "Johnson and family were July 6, guests in the Arnold Heth home to help him celebrate his birthday. —*— Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brownell, of Cedar Rapids wore Monday callers in the Bob Johnson home. Rev. and Mrs. Norman E. Betke and family left Sunday evening by train from Marion to spend three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dommer in Sacramento, Calif., and with other relatives there. Rev. Brase of Sumner will occupy the pulpit during his fib- sence. 6 . Howard Popenhagen is a medical patient at the Schoitz Memorial hospital in Waterloo. His room number is 1(M, if friends wish to write. 0} . Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kiel drove to Waterloo Friday to attend the wedding of Sherry Simms and Thomas Murphy. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Allben Kimpston and Mr. and Mrs. Grant Kiel were Sunday callers in the Will Campbell home in Waterloo. 1 ~ 9 ~~- 1 ™ Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Voshell of Albert —•— Lea, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Brandt and family, Mrs. Judy Bentley and family of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Voshell of A.bert Lea, Minn., Claude Voshell of Floyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner and family of Osage, attended the annual Lockard reunion which was held Sunday at the Oelwein park. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Mark Baker visited Sunday in the Dan Coffman . home in Guttenberg. — •— Mrs. Maggie Johnson and son, Billy Johnson of Sumner were Sunday visitors at the Frank Miller home. , ^ McLeese! of Waterville and Steve Mullar* of Dyersville Saturday at the SC. Pius Catholic church near Chatty. Mound. David Reese, who is employed at Rochelli, III., spent a few days last week with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Reese. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorge attend ed the Leyh family reunion M the Sumner Park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Mnrge ami hoys, Han dalia accompanied them and also attended the gathering. Mrs. John Hahl visited her daughter, Mrs. VVally Mellohn in Waterloo over (lie week end. Visitors in the Ross Hough home Sunday evening were Mrs. Belle Lee of Earlville. ill., and Mrs. Edna Owens of Shahhuna. III., sis ter and niece of Mr. Hough, also Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sanders and the Elvis Sanders family of Arlington. Mr. and Mrs. Charles liaumler, Elaine and LoAnn. spent the past week fishing in Northern Minnes ota and visiting relatives in Janes ville, Edgerton, Evansville and Prairie du Chien. Wis. Fourth of July guests in the Lawrence Thomas home were the Raymond Thomas family of Manchester, Mrs. L. A. Hansen and girls of Waterloo, Mrs. Mary Thomas and her sisters, Mrs. George Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. B.~ A. Teplitz, of Chicago, III., who have l>een visiting her. Mrs. Dorothea Stevens and Mrs. Gladys Warner. Mrs. Joy Lamphier and Carol went to Charles City to boat races on July •!. Kent Odekirk, Cedar Rapids is spending a couple of weeks with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Reed. —* — July Fourth visitors at the home of M-. and Mi* "a"! Aanos were Mr. and Mrs. ('hii'nt \Vi'---in and family and H"!v- i ('.riiin •; .'ill "f Elgin. — « — Mr .and Mrs. Art Quandl have received word of the nirlli of ;\ new (V'anddaiighler. born to Mr. and M.S. I'.-iiilu; (;•;:, nd( of !..> Claire on July •). - . a — Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ai< \,u\i • and li.mily o! h>\\ ;> : ' ty airl Al^s. Charl"tte M '..'.vn and < liiidr.-n .-"id Tammy iioiiv'ae < r Ceil 1 . • r all:spent the I''ouith ,il tlir home of Mrs. Ethel Clark. N.-'.iuliv r.nmn. Julie Mee McN'.'im'- and Tanum RomaiiH' remained !•> \ I. 11 !! ' i:' ; l Sunday nii;M. Mr. ; ud 'is. !•'•.- monl Clark. Vv.idi na ..,id !in' i,'( l-r'.s mother. Mrs. Kffi. 1 Sinii .•• Wen- ;iit'Yiiiic u \ i.silurs. Wcsleyan !.lct!:otlist !!:.>(! a. m. Si;nd;iy School lIKil) a. MI V.'nr.ilii;) S'-nirr fit'lfi p. m. UV'.Vvan Ycmlh '' ' HI p. t'l. I >, nni'< \Vo: :;hip Wednosdiiy -- !•, '/.'aver and St. Francis Assisi -,3>- Lowell Shoklpton .^ - St F.-nncis Assisi c Ot Francis Xavior Hawkeye - • • ^ Sunday - 8 a. ni. Confession schedule Saturday and vigil of First Friday and Holy Days 3 - 8 p. m. Weekdays before Mass Hawkeye Before Mass on Sundays and Holy days. First Methodist Church Rev. Jerry WolcoH Sunday — !)::!() a. m. Smutoy School il::il) a. m. Worship Service Grace Lutheran Rev. Norman Belko Sunday — »-.:«) A. M. Sunday School !!:.'!() A. M. Worship Service 11:1)0 p. m. Adult Bible class Church Of Jesus Clrrist Of Latter-day Saints Fayetlo Branch CD S. \Vashlngloi ft. Dr. W. LcGrnnd M<rw.,i, prci. Sunday — 10:00 a. m. Sunday !Vh. -1 11:00 A. M. Sacranv,'! !e.-\-i<.' Monday — 7:1)0 p. m. Relief So< i. ty Thursday — 7::!0 p. tn. Mul'uil 1 ivivov: in- i'l Assn. F.iday — •l:.'il) p. m. IVima > < i-Hiilm Nciw's the time to stock up on Rcitli Animal Protein Feed ...for four weeks you can save $7.50 pur ton with the pur- ciicise of any of these Rath Feeds: RAT'.-I 2O% PIC GROWER n/VTM 35% I'nE-PINISHER 1% PIG & HOG Lori Lynn Hanson, baby daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hanson, Jr., is hospitalized in Iowa City for medical care. She was transfered there from the Oelwein hospital. w_ ^ - T Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orr, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Orr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Orr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLeese attended the wedding of Jananne FIBRE-GLASS ELECTRIC WATER SOFTENERS Call 287 For Free Water Analysis TIIAYEIl'S FAYETTE Phone 287 26-4 EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY Is A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE And You Get SERVICE, TOO! CONCENTHATH ni\TH SUPER "A3" SWINE MIX R<\TM SUPER "45-aO" MIX I7ATH DIG "SO" SWINE MIX jimi/f j-/mif/ DiTuitermuth & Fay Phone 207 — Fayette, Iowa stamp YOU COULD WIN: GIVE DEPOSIT THIS ENTRY BLANK — | IN SPECIAL BOX AT OUR STORE 25.OOO GOLD BOND STAMP CONTEST Please enter me in the Gold Bond Stamp Contest. Name. JPhone- Addre City- -State- Use this entry blank or accurate facsimile. ^•*"n--'-- r >«. '"•»***'Entrants must be 16 yrs. or older REDEEM THIS COUPON FOR EXTRA GOLD BOND STAMPS at any merchant displaying the Gold Bond sign except our supermarket. 1ST PRIZE ...... 10,000 GOLD BOND STAMPS 2ND PRIZE ...... 6,500 GOLD BOND STAMPS 3RD PRIZE ...... 3,500 GOLD BOND STAMPS 4TH PRIZE ...... 2,000 GOLD BOND STAMPS 5TH — 10TH PRIZE 500 GOLD BOND STAMPS Here's your chance to get extra Gold Bond Stamps to fill your Gold Bond Savers Book faster. Imagine a total of 25,000 Gold Bond Stamps . . . enter today . . . YOU COULD BE A WINNER -no obligation; no purchase necessary * . . plus a coupon worth 50 extra Gold Bond Stamps to you for stopping at any store displaying the Gold Bond sign, except our supermarket. PL US "so I ••1%^ ^^ GOLD BON B f -"Vr I* tllMi'liS crate F. own Ma; Ih Clalo Dinners Frozen North State Chicken — Turkey — Beef A.mours ""• ••' A ., i k ^~>.' A*^ EXTRA BOND STAMPS \ Pies for $1 Beef Stew 2 for 89c Arno.-lc.in Beauty Sheltroni 2 for 49c F.ozcn Nortli Stale Addr _ CASH VALUE Wmtt: one coupon per family. Take the coupon to any merchant (other than our super- Ji market) that gives Gold Bond Stamps; i.e., drug stores, J sendee stations and others. Red Raspberries 2 - S9c Scott Jumbo Towels 33c C.-cst Sea Mist Lemonade 1 Oc Toothpaste 69c 100 Free Gold Bond Stamps Shank Portion BILLi'S HAM Ib. 39c Flav-O-Rite Bull Portion Center Slice* HAM Ib. 49c HAM Ib. 79c Salt Water Taffy Frosty Iced Jell Candy 3 f (M 79C Peanut Butter Kisses Flav-0-Rlte Sandwich Bread Van Camp Grated Tuna 2 for 39c S for $1.00 Plus 25 Free Gold Bond Stamps Gold Bond Winners n E-ldon Dlerch, Arlington; 2000, Alfred Ash, Fayette; 15QO, WHHam Kelly, Randalia; SQO Sherlvl PuffoH, FayeJIe; 500, Ray Steffen, Fayette; Mary FUh, Fayette; 500. Ch M . Gordon, Fay*ttef 500, Gladys Warner, Fayett« .500, Wr«,|l^ s <jr*/nler, Maynard; 500, Wm. Geary, Fayette. .**'":

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