Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 9, 1962 · Page 5
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August 9, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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Nicholson - Whalen vows Read in Maynard Church MAYNARD — Mary Ann Nicholson, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Nicholson, Maynard, became the bride of George W. Whalen jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Whalen sr., Oelwein, at 2:30 p. m. .Sunday, July 29. The Rev. Carl R. Carlsen officiated at the double ring ceremony performed at the United Presbyterian church. The altar was decorated with Iwo vases of white gladioli and lavender pompons and lighted with candelabra. There was a white aisle runner and pews were marked with white bows. • Mrs. Maynard Menefee presided at the organ and accompanied Paul Thompson as he sang "I Love You Truly" and "The Lord's Prayer". The bride, escorted to the altar by her father, wore a floor lenght gown of sheer nylon with sabrina neckline, front bodice of embroid c-i-y and a brush sweep accented with tiers of sheer nylon topped with a rosetted bow. Her silk illusion veil fell from a crown of bridal blossoms. She wore a white seeded pearl neckpiece and matching earrings, and carried a lace covered Bible, a gift of the bridegroom. It was topped with a cat- lleya orchid with a lavender lip. Marilyn Nicholson served her sister as maid of honor and another sister, Melinda Nicholsen, was the bridesmaid. They wore dresses, made by the bridegroom's mother, of lavender nylon organza over taffeta styled similar to the bride's. Their head pieces were of lavender- taffeta bows with silk illusion veiling. They carried identical cascaded bouquets of pink elegance carnations. Don McComb, Fayette, served his friend as best man. Ushers for the ceremony were Jerry Linder and Steve Kutschat, both of Oelwein, friends of the couple. The men wore white dinner jackets with black trousers and white boutonnieres. For her daughter's wedding Mrs. Nicholson chose a rose lace dress svith white accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a beige lace dress with pink accessories. Both wore corsages of pink and white feathered carnations. Rebecca Rhoades, cousin of the bride was the flower girl. She wore a white silk organza dress with lavender head band and carried a basket decorated with bows to match the bridesmaids' dresses while scattering rose pcttnls down the aisle. Candles wen- lit by Mike Nicholson, brother of tin- bride, and Roy King. Fayette, cousin of the bridegroom. A luncheon and reception was held following the ceremony in the social rooms of the church with Mrs. Ruth Shadle. Mrs. Louis Gamier, Mrs. Vivian lluhhell. Mrs. Donald I.owry. Mrs. Donald Jelling* and Mrs. Marvin In^els as hostess «\s. Mrs. Tena MK'.wlry. great aunt (if the bride, cut (lie five tiered wedding cake decorated with white roses and hells with orchids around the lower layer of four sweetheart cakes and topped with bride and groom floral spray. The cake was served by Mrs. Frank Shiimbaugh. Fayette, aunt of the bridegroom. Mrs. Jerald I'ipho. Sumner. was at the punch howl and Sharon Jipson. Oelwein. poured the coffee. Waitresses were Mrs. Ronald Ran, Oelwein, Mrs. Don Klliol. West Union, Deanna Steffen and Linda Harrison, cousin of the bride. Virginia Henniges. Patricia Shadle, Laurel Woods, all of Maynard, and Mary Ann Stegar, Oelwein, assisted in opening and registering the gifts. Mrs. Gary DeWitte, Oelwein. was in charge of the guest book. For a traveling ensemble. Mrs. Whalen wore a beige sheath dress trimmed in tangerine with beige accessories and a corsage of tangerine carnations. The bride, a graduate of the West Central Community high school, Maynard. is a dental ass istant to Dr. G. J. Scheckel, Oelwein. Mr. Whalen is an employee of the Chicago Great Western Railway, Oelwein. The couple will be at home after Aug. 5. at -111 - 2nd Ave., N. E., Oelwein. The 250 guests were from Moline, III., Madison Wis.. Indianapolis, Ind., Storm Lake. Fredericksburg, Waterloo, New Hampton, Grundy Center, Hazletnn. Oelwein, Fayette, Randalia. Sumner, Lime Springs and Maynard. the couple, with Jo Ann Quandt, of Fayette, friend of the couple, . ..gir'e.-ing them. Lunch was served with Phylis Dills, Jesup. sister of Mr. Fecken, cutting the cake while Mary Manson, Fayette, friend of the couple poured coffee and Jo Ann Quandt poured the punch. M-s. Frit-ken, the former Bar- b.va Alber is a 1962 graduate of Fayelte high school. Mrs. Ficken is a 19G2 graduate of North high school and plans to attend college I his fall. After August 1, they will be at home in Iowa Falls. Meetings scheduled For women's groups MAYNARD Women's groups have scheduled the following meetings for August. The annual picnic of the Order of Kastern Star and the Masons will be at the Maynard park Sunday. Aug 12, beginning with the picnic dinner served at 12 noon. The Ladies' Missionary society will meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 21. Members of the Deborah guild of the Helping Hand society will be guests of the Rebekah guild on Wednesday afternoon. Aug. 15, with Mrs. Wilma Bartels as hostess. The study of the lesson on "Sin and the Law" will be led by Mrs. Frank Cummings assisted by the pastor, the Rev. Carl L. Carlsen. Because the annual banquet of the Fayette County Beef Producers' association at the Community hall falls on the day of the regular September meetings of the circles of the W. S. C. S. and because the women of the church are serving the meal, they have set those meetings ahead as follows: the Esther will meet oA ^Thursday, Aug. 16, With Mrs. Led Coleman assisted by Mrs. Marvin Vortune; the Martha crlcle will meet on Thursday afternoon, Aug. 30, with Mrs. James LeveringtOn assisted by Mrs. Orrin Adams; and Mrs. Kenneth Gray will be hostess to the Ruth circle the same afternoon at her home. Many headline™ for .$ Childrens day at The Iowa State fair Monday, Aug. 20, will IK- Child ren's Day this year at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines. That's the new date for this antidote to Blue Monday. Children under 16 will be admit ted free to the grounds and to the morning show in front of the grandstand. Headliners for the show will lx> Candy Candido, multi-voiced star of motion pictures and television; Leroy Van Dyke, popular young country music singer and recording favorite; and Emmett Kelly, jr., pantomining son of the lute great Ringling Bros.-Barnum & Hailey clown. Candido recently provided sound effects for the Walt Disney movie, pue ,,'pUBiXoj, U| so[qi!U.. Dyke, recently acclaimed for his song. "If a Woman Answers," formerly was featured in Red Fold's Jubilee U. S. A. Another dozen variety acts, including the Aut Swenson Tlrill cade Cavalcade of Comics, will be among the special attractions for the youngsters' show. Featured among the animal acts will be Dancing Dyna, an elephant, and a German group, Frisky and the Four Little Friskies, performing miniature white Arabian stallions. Other scheduled acts include Miss Joni, French acrialist; mechanical dancing dolls, whip crackers and "The Honeymooners," Charlie and Jewel Hiplin with their bucking Ford. Three other clowns, in addition to Kelly, will put on their AUKZ JO JUIjlloJ Iowa also include baby baskets, picnic baskets, clothes hampers, farm gates, ladders, picture frames, stock tanks, snow ftnce and milk cooling tanks. Unusual wood items produced in Iowa include pile driver pillows, shavings, breakfast nooks, portable wood drive in unit buildings, ice stations, ready built motels, txjehives, toothpick stages, car writing desks, sparrow traps and oil-less wood bearings. "Iowa forests produce about 07.5 million board feet each year,, enough to provide approximately one third the total used by the state's wood industry," said Harry D. Linn, executive vice-president of the IMA. "However, about 80 per cent of the hardwood used in Iowa manufacuring plants is produced in, the state." Try An Ad In The Leader Large variety lumber, Wood products are Produced in Iowa A large variety of lumber and wood products, ranging from rough sawed lumber to baby baskets, is produced in Iowa, a study by the Iowa Manufacturers association showed today. A report of the study showed 116 different lumber and wood products are produced in 101 plants throughout the state. Among the lumber products turn ed out by Iowa plants are rails, dock bumpers, poles, loading timbers nnd planks, railroad ties, gun stocks and meat barrels. Other wood products include win dow frames nnd sashes, interior nnd exterior trim, .combination doors, louvers, garage doors, plywood, wall panels, portable build ings, prefabricated houses and surveyors stakes. Wood products manufactured in • Reception held A reception was held Friday evening. July 27. in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ficken Jr.. in the Grace Lutheran church basement. Card bingo was played after which the gifts were opened by STARTING THURSDAY AUGUST 9, I WILL BE CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS AND SATURDAY AFTERNOONS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Johnson's Home Bakery Thurs., Fri., Sat. Aug. 9-10-11 3 — BIG FEATURES — 3 THE WACKIEST SHIP IN THE ARMY plus WAKE ME WHEN ITS OVER plus THE LAST TIME I SAW ARCHIE Sun., Mon., Tues. Aug. 12 - 13 - 14 GONE WITH THE WIND Thurs., Fri., Sat. Aug. 16 - 17 - 18 WILD IN THE COUNTRY plus KING OF THE ROARING 20'$ OELWEIN DRIVE-IN THEATRE 3 Miles South on Hwy. 150 We are here to serve Simply elegant... Jantzen's Janessa, the great Italian inspired flat knit is here in understated ensembling. Outlined with satin, . the cardigan is matched to a Sweater Skirt with elasticized waistband. Janessa, cardigan 34-40, $16.98. Skirt 8-18, $12.98. just wear a smile and ahlltZCIl ... IN SO MANY WAYS Whatever your banking needs, you can count on us to serve them . . . quickly, efficiently. And the service you enjoy here is friendly as well as complete. Information about any of our banking facilities gladly supplied. Miynard Savings Bank Fast, Courteous, Confidential Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation The Ross Co OELWEIN, IOWA Reg. $135.00 - EARLY AMERICAN STUDIO COUCH Reg. $1(9.00 - DANISH MODERN STUDIO COUCH Reg. $2W,W HIDE-A-BED Reg. $250.00 SOFA and CHAIR Reg, $mOO - NYLON MATELASSE TRADITIONAL SOFA Reg $39.00 EARLY AMERICAN CHAIR THANHS FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 287 Open Mon. and Fri. 'till 9 p. m. "Serving Iowa Homemakers Has Been A Family Tradition For Nearly 60 Years" CARPETS 100% NYLON with PAD BEDROOM BARGAINS Reg. $2*9 — J-pe. Gray Mahogany BEDROOM SUITE Reg. $369 — 3 PC. Solid Pecan BEDROOM SUITE $233, Reg. $320 — Solid Maple BEDROOM SUITE $189 00 $219 $5°° SQ .YD. LIVING ROOM FURNITURE $89 95 $99 95 $179 95 $239°° $199°° $29°° * **j CARPET CLEANING THIS WEEK ONLY 88c SQ ' m ATEX WALL PAINT $2 97 LAMPS AND TABLES BIG BONUS 1 000 GOU> BOND STAMPS WE GIVE GOLD BOND STAMPS APPLIANCE BARGAINS GIANT TRADES GENTLE TERMS HAMILTON AUTOMATIC - Reg. $550.00 WASHER AND DRYER $439°° wt ADMIRAL - Upright - 1554 ft. - Reg. $329.00 FREEZER CHEST $259°° ADMIRAL - 17)4 ft. - Reg. $329.00 FREEZER CHEST $239°° ADMIRAL — Slightly Damaged — 15 cu. ft. __~ REFRIGERATOR FREEZER SAVE J5Q ADMIRAL — Used on our floor — 13 cu. ft. REFRIGERATOR SAVE $39 STs RANGES from $9000 ADMIRAL - Reg. $219.00 ELECTRIC RANGE $229 00w « t Reg. $219 — FEQPpRS AIR CONDITIONER $17700 Reg. $219.95 - 19*3 -, M" ADMIRAL T-V $179 wt .'4'_1JL

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