Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 16, 1962 · Page 3
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August 16, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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CALS Sandra Miller went to Coggon Sunday to stay until Friday at the "Wapsie Y" camp. She is the only representative of the Fayette Walther Leaguers. Earl Stannard had a finger severed recently in a mower accident at his home. Mrs. Ida .Lookabaugh of Independence is visiting a few days at the Walker Briggs home. Mrs. Maida Kemeyer, of Fredericka, came Saturday to get her mother, Mrs. Anna Sperry, to spend a few days in their home while Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farley, who live with Mrs. Sperry, visit until Thursday with relatives in Davenport. Mrs. Mable Ostrander spent the week-end with friends in Hawkeye. Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Reese were recent visitors in the home of their son, the Rev. and Mrs. Don Reese in Richmond, Mo. Dinner guests Sunday in the Frank Miller home honoring the birthday of their daughter, Mrs. Ad ley Stufflebeam of Waterloo, were the James and Dick Miller families and Mrs. Mary Miller, Fayette and hte Stufflebeams. Lavonne Johnson, who is in nurse's training at St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with her parents, the Harold Johnsons. Mr. and Mrs. Don Brattebo and family, of Des Moines, were weekend visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Daniels and family moved last week to their new home on highway No. 150. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Everett, who have sold their home to the Donald Heaths, have rented a trailer at Fay's Trailer park and will be at home there for the present. Mrs. Everett will attend Upper Iowa. The Lima Ladies Cemetery association will have their meeting Thursday evening, Aug. 16, at the church to plan their annual dinner. Rose Bridges, Bolivar, Mo., Airman 2/c Herman and Mrs. Jackie Bridges and two daughters of Belden, Mo., visited several days in the Marie and Delores Solomon and Jess Buckmaster homes . week-end in the Don Sieleman home in Mason City and in the Bryce Timm home in Lake Mills. —•— Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and Jean Ann Cowles visited their aunt, Mrs. Charlotte Ranney in Maynard Wednesday morning. "~"~ 9 ~~~ Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough visited in the Frank Wilson home at Inds- pendence Wednesday. —•— Mrs. Agnes Dickinson went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend a few days witli her daughter, the Ernest Hlas family. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nading and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Nading and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Streeter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buhman and family attended the annual Buhman reunion at the Cedar Rapids park Sunday. """" V ' The llth annual Kuhens reunion will be held Sunday, August 19, at the Fayette park with a picnic dinner at noon. —• — The Rev. and Mrs. E. D. Palmer of Mendosia 111., were Monday night visitors of Anna E. Wilson. —•— Recent callers at the David McGee and Mrs. Naomi Hanson homes were Mr. and Mrs. Ticardi and daughter of Boston, Mass., and Mrs. Zoe Lenius of Clear Lake. —•— Attending the Wesleyan Methodist family camp and conference at some time during its session last week at Charles City were Sylvia Sampson, Anna E. Wilson, .Steven Talcott, the Vaylord Zupke family and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Zupke. l_nm 9 B4 A daughter, Cheryl Lynn, was born Sunday, Aug. 12, at the West Union hospital to Mr. and Mrs. David Cox. Mrs. Cox is the former Marian Iliff. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Frank Shoemaker and family, Cedar Rapids, visited Sunday in the parental M. E. Reese home and brought her nieces Linda and Sue Reese of Richmond, Mo., to visit with their grandparents. —•— Week-end guests in the parental Peter Fauser home were the Paul Fauser famliy of Dunkerton, Sunday afternoon they all enjoyed a ride to Decorah and surrounding area. new granddaughter born July 21, to the Knisellas. Mrs. Kinsella was the former Rita McSweeny. —•— On Monday, the Rev. Jerry Wolcott and famliy began a 10-day vacation, visiting friends in Iowa. Mrs. Wolcott's mother stayed in the parsonage with Jack Wolcott during their absence. Mrs. John Duwe's brother, Lester Hope is now in the army and stationed at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. „•__ Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Nefzger and son David from Oak Park, III., are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James McCarron and other relatives and friends. —•— Mary Sue Manson visited over the week-end with a friend, Jo Ann Timm in Berlin, Wis. " '" 9 ^~~ The three little daughters of the Rev. and Mrs. Chester Guinn, of Akron, are visiting in the home of their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Yearous. ™""0~"~ Robert McSweeny, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert McSweeny, of Maynard, is spending a few days this week with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeny. •— Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorge were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Paul, Maynard, Marvin and Larry Skippy, of Hawkeye and the Delmar Sorge family, Randalia. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Disney of Des Moines plan to come Tuesday to take her mother, Mrs. Margaret Robb to her home in Des Moines and her aunt, Mrs. Tillie Print- house to her home in Newton. The women have been visiting in the Lyle Robb home. —•— Mrs. Ena Davis has returned home after a vacation trip to South Dakota and Colorado. She accompanied her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thomas and jttAnette Thortto?a of Sumner and AnH« Haase «if Oelwein. They visited at MitchdD, S. Dak., Black Hills, CuBter, S. Dak., the Bad Lands, Greeley,, Colo., Estes Park, and at Boulden, Colo., to visit an army buddy o» Thomas', Denver, Colo., and visiti.'d a niece in Sterling. Colo. Callers Tuesday~afternoon in the Harold Clendenen home were Mrs. Helen Cordes, Arlington, Mrs. Chester Turner, Fayette and Mrs. Carl Billington, of Cedar Rapids. --•_ Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter and family were supper guests Monday evening in the Dale Hackett home in Anamosa. -• » Mr. and Mrs. Dock Holmes, Independence were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harold Clendenen home. ——^— Mrs. Andy Nadeau's mother arrived last Wednesday, Aug. 8 from Laurinburg, North Carolina for a few weeks visit. —•— Lawrence Timmerman is a pa- tinet at the Sumner hospital. — • — Bill Killerlain of Cedar Rapids called on Dennis Heth Saturday. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Vinnie Thomas and family of Miami, Florida are visiting a couple of weeks with her mother, Mrs. William Mulllns and sisters, the Lester Spatchers, and Lawrence Thomas family and the Mullins brothers and families. ~~""•"—• Mrs. Emma Ridley has rented Mrs. Bertha tBurget's apartment and moved there Monday. Cowles and Curtis Chenvold families of West Union, Robert Cowles family of Ossian, Earl Vierow family, of Wavrrly. M-. and Mrs. Park Cowlts, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and Jean Ann Cowles, all of Fayette and a guest Richard Evans, of Randalia. Oldest member present was Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and the youngest was Lee Alan Cowles, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Cowles. Next year's meeting will IK; at Spook Cave near McG.egor, the first Suiulay in August. Cowles reunion held On Sunday, Aug. 5, thirty two descendants, and their families, of Louis E. and Leona Cowles held their seventh anntiiil reunion dinner in the garage at the home of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen. The S. W. Tobias family of Des Moines were forenoon visitors but did not remain for dinner. Others present were the Stanley Mrs. John Bahl was an Oelwein visitor Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeny were recent visitors of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough and Tom Knisella in Joliet, 111., and to Mrs. Lois Sorg visited over the make the acquaintance of their MAYTAG * nd SKEGAS WE ARE YOUR ... " ' DEPENDABLE LENNOX DEALER CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE ON FURNACES Come In And See Our EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE KITCHEN BY YOUNGSTOWN HARPER PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 PUBLIC AUCTION Due to »h« fact that we have sold our residence In Feyette, we ere selling our household goods at public auction. The sale will be held at 103 Jones Street - - - Fayette, Iowa SALE WILL BEGIN AT 1:30 P. M. Saturday, August 18,1962 Coronado Super 16 ft. Deep Freeze 30" — like new — fully automatic Hot Point Electric Stove FRIGiDAIRE REFRIGERATOR In Good Condition 2 OCCASIONAL CHAIRS In Good Condition 7 DRAWER DESK STEP TABLE AND END TABLE ONE BED OUTFIT 3 CHESTS OF DRAWERS SMALL DRESSER METAL KITCHEN CABINET Conventional WASHING MACHINE Like New Westinghouse Drier Beige — Good Condition Davenport and Chair ROLL - AWAY BED GATELEG TABLE Child'* Outdoor SWING SET 3 swings and glider GARDEN TRACTOR LAWN MOWER GARDEN PLOWS FRUIT JARS Other Miscellaneous Item* New cars registered New cars registered recently in the office of the Fayette County treasurer were: John or .Jean Kisner. Oelwein, Chevrolet; Willard or Marian Thoma, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Donald Jennings, Arlington, Pontiac; Dwight or Betty Hatch, Oelwein, Ford; Northeast Iowa Music Co., Oelwein, Ford; John McKoon, Maynard, Apache camper; Donald and or Adelyn Schnor, Hawkeye, Chevrolet; Timniothy Jr. or Marian Heraty, Oelwein, Buick; Larry Ishman, West Union, Ford; Hollis or Hazel Finch, Fayette, Corvair; Donald or Joanne Bublitz, Westgate, Chevrolet; Wilbur Ford Sales, West Union, Ford; Arc- •hie or Mary Sullivan, Oelwein, Ford; Maribel Dilley. Oelwein, Rambler; Paul or Helen Ralston, Fairbank, Ford. Two trucks were registered to Interestate Power Co., West Union, International; Thayer Furniture Co., Fj/Btic, Foid. Henry or Erna Reisner, Maynard, Chevrolet; George or V«rna Heller, Sumner, Ford; Russell George, West Union, chevro let; Earl Wolfs, PJIgin, Chevrolet; Henry Buenneke, Maynnrd, Chevr- IU; Ruth Iliff, Fayette. Mercury; Richard or Donna Franks, Oelwein, Corvair; John or Kathleen Becker, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Raymond Burke, Oelwein, Ford; Gary Aupperle, Oelwein, Pont lac; Jam es or Florence Brink, Arlington; Pontiac; Edgar or Pearl Stone, West Union. Oldsmobile. Donald Henry, West Union, Mercury; James or Grace Burke, Oelwein, Oldsmobile; Wayne Harrington, Maynard. Ford; William Harms, Oelwein, Rambler; Wilford Clark, Fayette, Oldsmobile; Archie or Mary Sullivan, Oelwein, Ford; Frank or Marie Dudn, Oelwein, Chevrolet; John or Tula 7,ah aris, Fnyette, Pontiac; Krvin or Rosie Burkhart, Hawkeye, Ford; Drs. Proctor and Freeman, Oel wein, Chevrolet; Douglas Kverett, Fayette, Volkswagen; Grant Tupper, West Union, Chevrolet. August or Klva .Miller, Oelwein, Plymouth; Albert Miller, Fairbank, Chevrolet; Donald Ottilie, Oeiwein, Buick; John Cross, Oelwein, Buick; James Manley, Oelwein, Oldsmobile; Elmer or Margaret Grafenberg, West Union, Buick. Five trucks were registered to Albert or Nona Martin, Fayette, Ford; Arthur or Leona Mospr, Oelwein, Ford; Dale Stockwell, Oelwein, International? Duane or Janet Schroeder, Arlington, Chevrolet; Hilmer Berentson, West Union, Chevrolet. EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY Is A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE And You Get SERVICE, TOO! VISIT THAYER AT THE FAIR See Us At The Fayette County Fair August 21-22-23-24 VISIT OUR BOOTH AT THE FAIR AND GET 600 GOLD BOND STAMPS FREE COMPLETE SELECTION OF EARLY AMERICAN FURNISHINGS — TOP QUALITY — AT MODEST PRICES APPLIANCES • ADMIRAL • FRIGIDAIRE • HAMILTON • TAPPAN SALES and SERVICE CARPET - LINOLEUM THIS AREA'S FINEST SELECTION OF FINE FLOOR COVERINGS FAMOUS MANUFACTURERS WALLPAPER To Complete The Decorator's Touch Custom - Made In Our Own Work Rooms OVER 500 FABRICS PAINT Choose from over 1322 Colorizer Colors res. John Thiele, Auctioneer State Bank of Fayette, Ckrk UPHOLSTERY AND CARPET CLEANING In Your Home or our Work Rooms RE • UPHOLSTERING We Make Your Old Furniture Look Like New! INTERIOR DECORATING SERVICE Mr. Thayer Offers His Background & Experience To You WATER CONDITIONING SPECIALISTS Mr. Wes Berre, of THAYER'S, To Solve Your Problem* Serving low* Homemaker* Has Been A Family Tradition For Nearly 60 Y* TH4YE FAYETTE

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