Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 2, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 2, 1962
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LOCALS Mrs. Ulan Rogers and daughter, Kllen from Decatur, III,, visited in tin- home of her sister, Mr. and A.'.-;;. Art Crawford Tuesday until : ,;ilurtlay. TlioSL- present were Mr. nnd Mrs. Jlodgers and Sue; Mr. and Mrs. l):ilc Williams and family of Mayn.'ird: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Meyer ;md family of Westgale; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Byerly, of Stanley; Mrs. Leo Schmidtke and Marlenc iif Stnnley; Mr. Charles Rodgers nnd Mrs. Alia Walt nf Itandalia; nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Uusscll Meyer and Handy. 9 —" Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hodm-rs and Sue (if I,:i Mrs;i. Oilif., havi- bwn visiting tvlativrs in surround in/,' communities for the past uvcfe. Friday evining llir fo.-ntlifr.s ;IM<| sisters of Mrs. Koilgrrs KMluri-il at the K'issull Mi-\ir hnmc Tor ;i picnic. —— ^ —_ .limmy Freeliviry i-amt- tills morn- ing from Denver, C'jJo., to visit his grandparents the Joy Whitfords. Mr. and Mrs. Will Leverington, Jr., attended a Lowe Seed Co., banquet in Fairfax Monday, and will attend another Ixiwe Seed <"n , banquet in Mason City, on Thin :;day. L'-sU-r Hope of Clermont will niter tlit- Army Aug. 8. Hi- w;is entertained ,'il ;i fwty Sunday night ;it the home (if Sandra Miller. Those attending wen' 1 . Kllen Thompson, Raymond Smith, Jr., Jo/in DIIUY, Jr., Sharon Duwe. Iji-sler is the brother of Mrs. John Duwe. Mrs Raymond Smith ami Mr:;. Dale Chaso. Mrs. Doris Ash of Shell Rock is visiting in the home of her daughter, Mr*. Roger Lund She returned TUe«rf a y from spending a month at LA Mesa. Calif., where she was with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Ned Ash. She also worked In the new Parkway Junior High school library during their summer school. Knroute to Calif., she toured places of interest in Nashville. Temi.. Atlanta Ga. Pensaeola. Fla.. New Orleans. La., and Son Antonio, Texas. She returned by way of (I,,. .Seattle- Fair and through tl.e Canadian Rock Mountains to Wirm peg. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Marley Cue enter tained on Sunday evening tn i.li serve their 25lh wedding nnniver sary. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ai Cue, Mr. and Mrs. I,. A Will iams, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kox, and Mrs. Bertha Cue, all of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald DavU and Doug, of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cue, Westgate, Mrs. Nodah Hu.-d and David, of Maynard. —•— Gregory Allen, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Alber was baptized Sunday morning, July 29, at Grace Lutlu.an church by the Rev. Nor man lu-ike. Grigo.-y's sponsws were Gary Albe.-. «l \Ve-t UiHm and Arlen (luhr, of Grundy Center, - • Mrs. Don.ild u,-i S |x. n i Tuesday and Wednesday in the Rerdette (ieinapp home at Central City and attended the burial services Thursday at Wndena for Mrs. Gt-inapp. The Misses Amy Leigh and Mar- garet Paine entertained a few friends for dinner Friday night. Among the out of town guests were Mrs. R-'.ph Og'e nf Phornix. and M.-. arid M'-a. Kdwnul L. Paine of IViWK.'s Grove, 111. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Rolx?rt U-imphier an family returned home Wednesday from a vacation trip which included the Had Lands. Ml. Rush more, Black Mills and the Rodeo at Cheyenne, Wyo. ^ __. Dul»is Vandersee has Ixjen spending a few days will) lid- grandparents, the Knrf Vamlersees at Sumner. — • — Mr. nnd Mrs. Melvin Arrnentrout of Chandler, AIT/.., visited a few days last week in the Donald Orr home and all spent some time in (he Orr cabin at Waukon Junction. Enroute home the Armentrout's planned to vist relatives in Virginia. Mary Sue Manson and Jean Ann Cowles have been accepted as students of practical nursing ot St. Luke's hospital in CVdar Rapids and will begin their classes .mil training, Oct. I. Roth are Kayelte high school, 10C2 graduates. ^^ A -•. Mr. and Mrs. Park Cnwlis accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Chensvold and family to the Arnnn- as Sunday and then to Iowa City where they met their son, Donald who came by train after spending about three weeks with hi.s uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Cuwles in Lincoln, Nebr. YOURS! Fabulous Import Gifts EXCLUSIVELY for GOLD BOND stamps Priceless Haviland Limoges from France! Treasured Royal Doulton from England! Famous copperware from Holland! Rich, heavy Belgium crystal! Italian arts and crafts! Belleek! Sarna! You'll recognize the names because you've seen these beautiful pieces in the finest gift shops. Hundreds of imports from 20 foreign countries and you can own them all - so easily for the Gold Bond Stamps we give with every purchase. Only Gold Bond ... the largest International Stamp Company, with its world-wide sources could bring you such an impressive selection. 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