Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 30, 1962 · Page 4
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August 30, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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ed Monday from a business meeting In Cedar Rapids and visiting in the home of tin ir daughter, Mrs. Richard Hulse at Marshalltown. •tt Mr. and Mrs. F-pd Harm", of Ri eville visited Sunday in the In me of lum: d a i'fe..t..-, M s Ed G(,od>?r. m — M''S. Kiln 1 Cla k ••< t;vd Saturday from a two w. < i • \i«it i" tie home of her daughter. Mrs. J. II. McNamer at Iowa City. • Mr. and Mrs. Willis Walker, or Decatur, 111., visited a f<days la:;t week in the M~= .! II. Morf ;?nd Lvs'e Woold idge homes and tlv .• friends. _ • — Ms. Claude Smith Sr.. Mile t:iiiv ed at a coffee Wednesday forenoon for Mrs. Ida Richards who has moved into an H|).-I> tnu nt in I ho Pfeiffer house on King .st'eet. Those present were Mrs. Edna I/>e," Mrs. Lena McCormaek, Mrs. Pearl Dumermuth, Mrs. A. J. Fox. Ms. Stella Lund, Mrs. Walter Turner, Mrs. Walter Nading, Mrs. Russell Erion, Mrs. George Richards and Mrs. Claude Smith Jr. — • — Marry Corkery was pleasantly surprised Sunday on his 70th birthday by his brothers and sisters and their families, with a picnic dinner at the Fayette park. — a— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corkery have returned home after visiting lor two weeks with relatives in Lake City, Ft. Dadge and Omaha, Nebr. • M,. and Mrs. Tom Cain, of Winon. i, Minn., visited in the Harry Corkery home over the week-end. — • — M'-s. George Anderson and child- n n arc visiting her mother, Mrs. C.i I Hanson. — a— Sunday, Mrs. C. R. Lewis' broth- e *s and sisters and their families from Cedar Rapids, Waterloo. Cidar Falls,, California, and Chic ago, met at the Legion hall for a pot luck dinne". The occasion being that a sister from California has just returned from a trip around the world by freighter. —•— William, James, Chris and Wendy Bitterman have returned from a three weeks visit with their grandparents, the William Bitter- mans in Chicago. While there they went on a trip to Washington D. C. —a — Rev. and Mrs. John Reese ar 1 family, of Richmond, Mn.. came •Sat'.i.day to visit in th.- parental M. 10. Reese home and to take their daughters Linda and Sue who had been he e for n week bac': home. David Re^r.e, oi Rochelle, III., also was home for the weekend. — • — Addresses have been received for the following servicemen. Pvt. Lester Hop US . r >57. r ). r >493, Company B 3D BN 3D TRB, Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. and for Pvt. Gerald L. Tann BA 17C30970, Co. DUSASCS, Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. —•— Mrs. Fannie Holmes of Decorah spent TVesday of last week with her sister, M-s. L. L. Cole. She was accompanied by Mrs. M. McLean and Miss Katherine Jewel. —•— Mr. and Ms. W. H. Keig and daughters, Kathy and Barbara, Renee Jellings, attended the wedding of Carole Sankey and Lester Van Brocklin in Evensdale Sunday, Aug. 19. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Burdell Pierce claims Mystery farm picture The Mystery farm that appeared in the Aug. 2, issue of the Leader has been identified by the owner, Burdell Pierce, of Fayette. The 80 acre farm is located one mile north of Fayette. Burdell purchased the farm five years ago from the Stegalls. Since then a new barn has been built and nil buildings have been re-painted. Burdell and his wife, Lavonne were married six years ago and are the parents of a daughter, Karen Kaye, 5. The Pierce's do general farming, and raise Holstein cattle, They use the rotation methods with their crops. The Pierce family hobby is raising Palimino horses and fox hunting. LOCALS Licenses issued Marriage licenses issued in the Fayette County clerk of courts office recently were: Patrick Dan Sheridan, 21, Lawler and Barbara Jean Carter, 18, Waucoma; Allan John Halverson, 23, and Carol Ann Pleggenkuhle, 22, both of Hawkeye; Robert Edward Trpkash, 21, Ely, and Charlotte Ann Ottaway, 21, Sabula; Nick E. Teig, 21, Radcliffe and Marilyn Arthur, 21, Hawkeye; Leo J. Brincks, 27, Carroll and"JoAnn Margaret Martin, 20 Waucoma. Don Keith Black, 22, Williamsburg and Sharon Kay Blaker, 20, Fayette; Allen Gene Balk, 21, Waucoma and Neoma Jane Miller, 17, Hawkeye; Duane Mork, 22, and Linda Kay Martin, 18, both of West Union; Walter G. Pregler, 71, and Rhea Luckritz, 65, both of Dubuque; Larry John Fraser, 20, and Marcia Ann Tobiason, 18, both of Oelwefn. Allan Howard Kffnger, 24, and Linda Lee Teig, 20, both of West Union. Garden Mr. and Mrs. Edward Phelan of LeMars have a flower garden that is a blaze of color. In lush profusion besides the stately gladioluses are petunias, phlox, poppies, primroses, lilies, dasies, pinks, snapdragons, dahlias, Irish Bells, alyssum, monkshood and night blooming nicotiana. Jon Knight and Mrs. Ida Knight are expected to arrive home this week-end after a western trip which included visits to the World's Fair at Seattle and Yellowstone park. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Kip Knight when they moved to Oregon August 15. He plans > to do graduate work at the University of Oregon at Eugene, and she will teach first grade in Junction City. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Popenhagen were dinner guests in the Ross Hough home Sunday. — 9 — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth were Sunday guests in the home of her cousins Etta, Iva and Eva Reese of Marshalltown. — w — Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett moved Tuesday to Terril, Iowa where Mrs. Everett will teach second grade. Mr. Everett is assistant football coach in Graettinger, Iowa. —m — Brent Johnson, two year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson, now of West Union, but former Fayette residents, submitted to surgery last Tuesday. Brad Johnson is spending a few days with his grandparent, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth. —w— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Addy and daughter, Karen, spent the past week-end at Marcus, Iowa, visiting his mother, Mrs. Stanley Addy and otjiersixelatives. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Dllllnga and Mr. Clyde Ostrander attended a picnic '' at • the Lester Wenger home near Elgin Sunday. It was a reunion of U. I. U. Commercial class of 1931, —• — Mrs. Agnes Wilson, of Sioux City and her sister Mr/Nea Davis, of Onawa are visitors in the home of their cousin, Mrs. E. A. Billings. —•— Janice Stoneman spent a few days last week in the Russell Cameron home in Independence. On her return home, Terry and Holly Cameron spent Thursday and Friday in the Maurice Stoneman home. — • — Mr. and M s. Lowell Skinner and daughter Pamela are visiting in the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cousins and Mrs. Viola Skinner and other relatives. — a — Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Alderson of Fitzhugh, Okla., arrived last week for a visit in the home of' their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Sodie Alderson. They are en- route home from the world's fair. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Wes. Berre and family of Des Moines, moved into the apartment over Thayer's Furniture store. Mr. Berre is associated witli Thayer Furniture. • —a— Mrs. May Hall returned home Sunday from an eleven weeks visit with relatives in Calif. Mrs. Hall enjoyed the plan ride very much. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Robb and Steven left Friday to visit his mother, Mrs. Margaret Robb, and his grandparents, the W. O. Wheelers in Des Moines, and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ilol- comb, at Indianola, and to get their daughter, Susan, who has been visiting there. —a— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Humeston moved Sunday to Jesup where he will teach English. — m — . Week-end guests in the Israel Shaffer home was Mrs. Aulden Peters, of Cedar Falls. —•— Mrs. Ella Foxwell visited from Thursday to Monday in the home of her niece, Mrs. C. A. Colbum, at Prairie du Chien. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Severson and family, of Waverly are visiting in the Fred Maurer home and all week-end guests in the Robert Eskridge home at Muscatine. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Lewis return "Please Don't Hurt My Kids" / '•O . ^ O} . " NNW^S N^*, XV>>. THIS MESSAGE DEDICATED TO YOUR CHILDREN AND OURS BY - PHONE 288 Richards Insurance Agency FAYETTE, IOWA Fayette Chamber of Commerce Members Purchase 4-H Members' Prize Livestock Eight baby beeves, three lambs and five hogs, raised by 4-H members in the Fayette area, were purchased at the Fayette county fair by the Fayette Chamber of Commerce. Four of the baby beeves were re-sold to local persons, four were shipped to Chicago for sale. The lambs and hogs were shipped to Waterloo to be sold. The mem-, bers of the Fayette Chamber of Commerce listed below helped defray the cost of buying and selling the* livestock. • Livesock purchased was raised by the following Fayette area 4-H dub members: BABY BEEVES — Douglas A. Davis, A- Burrington, Billy Wells, Gary Maurer, James Maurer, Joy McFarlahe, John Orr. GRAND CHAMPION PEN OF THREE LAMBS — M. Burrington. HOGS Unny Gibson- .. HARPER PLUMBING AND HEATING HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE COFFEE NOOK OTTS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP E. A. BILLINGS VERA'S DRESS SHOP T STATE BANK OF FAYETTE BILL'S SUPER VALU * DAWELS DRUG STORE SCOTT UNGE OTTS FLOWER AND CP SHOP STANDARD OIL SfAllON DUMERMUTH AND/FAY FAYETTE SPEED WASH '* f SMITH AND SONS GROCERY Bln, ° INSURANCE ZABRISKIFS GARAGE WILKE_AND WILKE PRODUCE a Itenti 4 ' I? > >„/ '<^p "XW ««»»^»a| , ; > ^ . ; lEECirSMOTW • •FAYETH STW %fItS0H 7"k D to«!s*wr.* JIM-.» tf »Jf

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