Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 26, 1962 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 26, 1962
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LOCALS Mrs. Stella Lund has returned from an extended trip. She was called to Dubuque by the death of her brother Floyd Rundle, a retired mail clerk. From Dubuque Mrs. Lund accompanied two of her brothers and families to visit family and relatives of the late C. A. Lund, in Manhatten, Kans. From their they went on for a visit with her relatives in Topeka and Clay Center. —•— Carl Lund and family, of McGregor, made a trip of Kansas to accompany Mrs. Stella Lund home. W> • w« Sharleen Mullins, who is in nurses training at St. Luke's in Cedar Rapids, was a week-end guest in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. She was accompanied by Dawn Kofron also of Cedar Rapids. «»•*—» Mrs. Gladys Warner was a visitor in Sumner Sunday night. She attended a July birthday din ner in the home of her brother Bernard Gehrke. —•— Dr. and Mrs. Harry Robinson have received on announcement of the birth of a son Michael David, to their son and his wife in Ocheyedan. i •^,«_ Dr. and Mrs. Louis Rathburn of Oelwein and their son. Robert, were visitors in the Dr. Robinson home Sunday afternoon. ._• — Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Skinner and baby of Colorado Springs, Colo., are visiting in the parental R. E. Cousins and Mrs. Viola Skinner homes. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Matthew Roach and family of Eau Claire, Wise., came Saturday for a two weeks visit in the Lewis Lockwood. Rich ard Scheidel and Russell Poptm hagen homes and with relatives in West Union. ^ Those attending the junior high camp of Wesleyan Methodists last week at Charles City were Rev. Jamieson, Vicky Gretzmacher and Wilma McBride. —•— Mr. and- Mrs. Luman Sampson, of Storm l.akf. visited n fi-w diiys last week with his sister, Sylvin Sampson. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brown and Dick Peterson |>l;mne<l to leave last Monday to attend the Seattle, Wash.. World's F;iir ;md to visit her brother. KolxTt McOomb. — • • U. and Mrs. Benjamin Schneider of Air Force Rase Blytheville. Ark., are vistinR her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Vennazen and his parents in Cedar Rapids. — • — F. B. Claxton. ,lr . of Texas is visiting his father from Sunday until Thursday. —• — Those from Fayette area who attended the While Sanderson wed ding in Waterloo Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. K. A. Billiings, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lieck. Mr. and Mrs. David Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Charles McBride. — • — Kathy Shaffer. Minneapolis, spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer. — •— Don Smith went to Tulsa. Oklah oma, and returned Saturday bring ing his wife and son. Mike home. Mike, who was injured in an accident has been hospitalized in Tulsa and his mother has been with him. Mr. and Mrs. George Stickler have been staying in the Smith home while Mrs. Smith was away. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nading spent the week-end with their daughter, Barbara Nading in Minneapolis. Mr. ;md Mrs. Harry Holtsapple of Rod Wing, Minn., are visiting in the S. E. Campbell home. Mar-old Swales returned home Saturd.-iy from the hospital at Iowa City where he had undergone surgery. Visitors at their home Sun d;\y were Mr. and Mrs. Les Moody, of Hawkeye and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs. Sarah Ann Tackenberg, eight year old granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Singer, spent last week in their home. Her parents, the William Tackenberg's of Cedar Rapids spent the week-end in the Singer home and Sarah Ann returned home with them Sunday evening. Col. George Whitley. who has been in Labrador spent a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitley. Mrs. Whitley and family who had been here 10 days previously returned to their home at Colorado Springs, Colo., with the Colonel. The seventh annual Cowles re union will be held Sunday, Aug. 1, at Kloc-k's Island park in Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butts and family, of St. Cloud, Minn., were Sunday afternoon and overnight guests of his parents, Mr. and Mr«.' Shirley _•— Thursday guests at the Ross Hough home were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wilson of Independence. — •— Roger and Ronald Chens void. West Union, are spending a few days this week with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles. — • — Mrs. M E. Gooder has resigned her position as secretary of the Fayette County Mutual Telephone Company, effective Aug. 1. — e— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pfeiffer and family of Limestone. Maine, left Monday for their home after spend ing two weeks in the parental Henry Pfeiffer home. "™^ 9 Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs, with Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Briggs of Randalia, were visitors Sunday- afternoon in the Lyle Shaffer home at Guttenberg. _ m Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoskin&on and family of Marion. Indiana. spent a few days last week at the late Mrs. O. W. Stevenson resid Attending the Wesleyan Methodist Youth Bible Camp at Charles City- last week were Larry Earle and Susan Robb. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hetht, of Alton. HI., who had bet-n visiting his mother. Mrs. Nora Hecht. at Hawkeye returned to their home Tuseday. They were accompanied by his mother and Mrs. Mable Ostrandec, to Marion, where they visted Mr*. Clara Sorg until Saturday. M.S. Sorg plans to go to the Methwick Manor in Cedar Rapids this fall to make her home. Clark - Lewis wedding Performed Thursday Miss Carol Jean Clark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Clark and William Lewis, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis, all of Faycttt. were married at a 4 p. in. ceremony on Irwr&day, July 19, in the First Methodist church in Fayette. Rev. Jerry Wolcott officiated. The attendants were Barbara Burget and Mike Ashby, both of Fayette, with the members of the immediate families in attendance. Following the ceremony, they left for a few days wedding trip and will be at home in a newly decorated apartment above the Lewis Variety store. Married Saturday After July 30, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langerman. who were married Saturday. July 21, at the Sacred Heart church in Oelwein, will be living in Postville. The bride is the former Sharon Graff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Graff of Oelwein. Mr. Langerman is the son of Mrs. Neva Langer man of Fayette. farm near Stanley. Jeannie Veach, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Veach, of Oelwein and Mr. Kalb, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kalb. of Fayette were married Saturday, July 21. at the Sacred Heart church in Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Pete W. Kalb will be at home after Aug. 1, on a Barber Walt Garrison, a long time barb IT in the New Market area, recently cut the hair of Dickie and Donnie Parsons. The Parson Ixiys numbered the sixth generation of Parsons whose hair Garrir.on h.is cut. Hariejr Cues will Observe anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Harley Cue- will celebrate their 25th wedding an niversary on Tuesday, July 31. Dorothy Doland and Harley Cue were united in marriage on July 31. 1937 at the Methodist parson age in Mason City, by Rev. William Golbraith. They are the parents of two daughters, Harleyn and Kathleyn. A family dinner is planned in honor of the occasion. S7.5O PER TON Buy large cuts of meal and save. We cut, pack and frMM metas to store In your locker. Inquire. MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, tow* Gene Wm. Singer FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247 PLUMBING HEATING WIRING BOTTLE GAS The Fayette Merchants Invite YOU To Attend Services at the Church of your Choice Now'i th* tlm* to stock up on Rath Animal Protein Fe*d ... for four w»*lu you can to v* $7.50 p«r ton with the purchase of any of these Rath Feeds: MATH «e% |»|O OHOWBM MATH **% PRH-FINISHKR It ATM *t% fta « MOO CONCKMTNATI MATH murmm '«•• SWINB MIX MATH BUPIM -4B-40* • WINK MIX MATH mta ••»• SWIM* MIX V: ' Animal Protein Makes the Difference FEED Dumermuth & Fay Phone 207 Fayette, Iowa Wesleyan Methodist Rev. Richard Jamtaon Sunday — 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a- m. Worship Service 6:45 p. m. Wesleyan Youth 7:30 p. m. Evening Worship Wednesday — 7:30 p. m. Mid week prayer and Bibte study Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints Fayette Branch (M S. Washington St. Or. W. LeGrand Maxwell, pros. Sunday — 10:80 a. ra Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Sacrament Service 7:30 p. m. Relief Society Thursday — 7:36 p. m. Mutual Improvement Assn. Friday 4:30 p. m. Primary ' children 4 - 11 ) St. Francis Assist Father Lowell Sbekteton Fayette • St Francis Assist Hawkeye - St Francis Xavler Mass sc-h*-du)e - Fayttte - Suniiays C:30 arid 9:30 a. m. Thursday - Friday - Saturday 7 a. m. Hawkeye • Sunday - 8 a. ra Confession schedule .Saturday and vigil of First Friday and Holy Days 3 - 8 p. m. Weekdays before Mass liawloeye Before Mass on Sundays and Holy days. First Methodist Church Rev. Jerry Wolcott Sunday — 8:30 a. m. Worship Service 9:30 a. m. Sunday School Grace Lutheran Rev. Norman Betke Sunday — 8:.'{0 A. M. Sunday School y-.:il) A. M. W<xiihJp ServK-e B 00 p. m. Adult BiUf class THAYER'S FURNITURE Serving Iowa Homcmakers Has Been a Family Tradition For Over 60 Years Furniture - Appliances - Carpet - Draperies - T-V Ph. W **«* DO IT YOURSELF AT THE FAYETTE SPEED WASH 1 Block Nertfc W Cetteg* Gym Open 24 Hours — Every Day DANIELS DRUG For The Best Care You Could Receive In Having Your PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED PHOME UJ OTT'S DRIVE-IN Try Our HOME MADE PIZZA All Kinds and Sizes OH* anal Margaret Finger, Prop*. MAURER'S SHOES and CLOTHING Jeanle Sport* Wear - Wlndbreaker Jacket* Step Mailer Shoe* For Children Red Wing Work Shoe* For Man Glov • elle Shoe* For Woman INSURANCE AGENCY Your Independent Insurance Agent SERVES YOU BEST PHONE M ED'SDEEPROCK QUALITY COALS GAS FOR LESS PHONH 45 ED CAMPBELL, Prop, PEOPLES NATJRAL GAS Modern For Less With Natural Gas m HARPER'S PLUMBING A HEATING PHONE 77 'LENNOX SALES « IBKVICE Heating and Air Conditioning Hem* Church** — School* — Commerce LEADER COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PRINTING Announcement. — Invitotioai — Napkiw Personalized LetUrheads REAL ESTATE VICTOR DAHL SALES A SERVICE POM Horn**, Farm*, BuUf***, Ra*tai All Price Raagu SUMNER REALTY CO, STATE BANK OF FA YETTE A FULL SERVICE Checking AccetMl* — Certlrt«»*e* SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ZABRISHFS GARAGE A Complete Service For AH Makes Of Can and Track* Phone 80 — Fayette BBJL'S SWOl BP Complete Line of Gmrie* With Price* To «e»ee Your Podw&ook Op« Evening* md SpuJay A. M. For That Lubrication Job •RING YOUR CAR TO HARRY'S OTIES SERVICE PHOME M Quality Service Instead el Stamp* WHERE SERVICE IS TOPS UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY The Best Place To Shop Is Right At Home It's The Unity In The Community That Get's The Job Done YANDERSEE Plumbing — Heating—Wiring GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES and Air OedHieeifa* Hot Point Appliance* SALES - SERVICE PHONE 194 LEWIS* 5e to $1.00 Headquarters For Most Everything Quality At A Low Price VERA'SDRESS SHOP n Vkky to*** Jw. - **•* •* C*Wer»l* BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME Phone 199 Joe and Linda Wright HAROLD EAP1E STATION 4* E.R. GALLAHER TRUCK SERVICE

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