Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 9, 1962 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 9, 1962
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LOCALS Currently visiting in thu Paul Templuman home are their son in- law (ind daughter. Dr. and Mrs, .John Tnylor. Dr. and Mrs. Taylor I'nve recently moved to Houston, Texas, where Dr. Taylor has been appointed Assistant Professor of English at Rice university. _ r-i _ A __ Mrs. p:na Dnvis had as Sunday dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meisner and family and Mr. and Mrs. ftonald Meisner and baby, all of Postvillf, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin of Stunner and Thomas Davis. Mrs. Waller Adlt-r of Elgin, Minn., was 'a vveek-t-nc) visitor in town and to gel lur son Jerry Tarm to spend liis rurloujfli in their home Mr. and Mrs. Loviie Surge were Sunday dinner gw'sls of her niet-i-. Mrs. Vivian lltinhell in Maynard. — • — The S. W. Tobias family of DBF Moines were over Saturday ni^ht visitors of her mother. Mrs. Uas- mussen and to get their daughter i-'ay who had spent six weeks with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cousins attended a family picnic with two of her sisters and their families at Monlicello, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Skinner and baby of Colorado Springs, Colo., have postponed their trip to Iowa until some future time. Junior High Quest No. 4 Methodist Camp began at Clear Lake Sunday. Aug. 5. The Rev Jerry Wolcott and Mrs. Paul Gourley will serve on the Staff. They, accompanied oy Tom Force, went to Clear Lake Sunday to assume their charges. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilley, who had a sale of their household goods Saturday, plan to go Wednesday tc imake their home in Mesa, Ariz«na. Mrs. Dilley will be employed 43 teacher in the school there. —•— f Dr. and Mrs. David Sternberg of New York City left Fayette Tuesday, Aug 7, after spending a week in the home of her mother, Mrs. Beryl Thompson. 1 Sunday dinner guests of the Frank Millers were the James and Dick Miller families, and Mrs. Mary Miller. Evening guests were Mrs. Maggie Johnson and sun, Billy Johnson, Sumni-r. gi ^_ Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Chittenden were Sunday dinner guests fo Mrs. Beryl Thompson. moved to the house at the west edge of Fayette on highway 93, across from the Frank Miller residence. t _ r _ M -_,-„. Mr. and Mrs. Robert IJnasey of Postville were callers Friday at the home of the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bunt of (Phoenix, Arizona, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ainsworth of Detroit, Mich., spent from Friday until Monday ivuji the moiner of tin; women, Airs. C. R. u&trander. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis went to Rochester Monday, Aug. 5, where he expects to go through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green have Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harthan, of Chandler, Arizona who have been visiting relatives in Minnesota, came to Iowa Saturday for a visit with relatives and friends in Fay- tite i. cunt/. £ ^ The Matthew Roach family of Eau Claire, Wise., and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lockwood were entertained at supper Monday evening, July 30, at the Richard Srheidel home honoring the ninth birthday of Sherry! Srheidel. Susan Heck and Faye Tobias were supper guests with Sherry! in her hmne. —• — Ronald Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. (;. A. Olson who is in the National Guard stationed at Fort Chaffee, Ark., for his boot training is at the home of hi.s parents for a 14 day leave, at the expiration of which he will be sent to Fort Ord, • Calif. Bonnie Olson who is in Nurse's training at St. Luke's hospital at Cedar Rapids is also visiting in her parent's home. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yearger and Jo Ann Walton of Waterloo were Sunday visitors in the hrme of their sister and hrother-in-law, M •. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis. Mr. and Mrs. James Shaffer nnd son, Curtis came Sunday from '.'0 Palms, Calif., to visit in the parental, Mrs. Margaret MeSweeny and Max Shaffer homes. Mr. Shaffer hns received his discharge from military service. . ~. • —__ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Campbell, Janet and Steven are spending this week at the lakes in Wis. GOLD BOND'S Exclusively SUPER VALU COMPLETELY DIFFERENT GIFT BOOKS! ^>' . ' * V i i - Exciting Gifts from Foreign Countries Make your selection from hundreds of the most wanted gifts from 20 foreign countries in the new Gold Bond WORLD IMPORT GIFT BOOK. You'll treasure these benutiful luxurious imports that you get exclusively for Gold Bond Stamps . . . 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