Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 13, 1962 · Page 21
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September 13, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 21

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LOCALS evening supper guests in the E. M. Heth borne near Hawkeye. Civil filed Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haldeman of Belvidere, N. J., were week-end guest in the Doug Ever' ett home at Terril, Iowa — v — Mr. and Mrs. Harold CTendenen returned Friday, having spent the past week visiting in the Walter Eaton, Vance Eaton and Carl Carlson home in Berwick, HL They also visited the Ronald Kepple family at Roseville, Paul Grand- alls at ; Avon and the Kenneth Batons, Harley Englands, Bob Tucker and John Vilardos of Galesburg. -• Lawrence Timmerman has returned home from the Sumner hospital where be has been receiving medical care. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Sitter of Lamont, were supper guests Thursday in the Eugene Sitter home honoring the 7th birthday of Janet Sliter. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Miller, spent Sunday at the Herbert Johnson home in Sumner with other relatives as a farewell courtesy for her nephew Billy Kappel 'of Waterloo, who leaves soon for foavy duty. —•— Tuesday afternoon five little friends of Janet Sliter were entertained at her home to celebrate her 7th birthday. Present were Kathy Conners, Barbara Harrison, Elaine Vandersee and Darla and Denise Pike. —•— Mrs. Katherine Gross, Max, and Lowell are on a leisurely vacation trip in the western, states. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sitter and boys were business callers in Waterloo Tuesday and called in the James Jach home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gooder and Charles spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Barns, and other relatives at Riceville. > —•— The Don Vandersee family were Sunday afternoon and evening visitors in the home of her sister, the Kieron Odekirks at Cedar Rapids. Bill Miller, "of Des Plaines, Bl., visited recently in the Lloyd Miller home. Lloyd Miller recently returned home from the Sumner hospital where he underwent surgery. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shaffer and sons of Cedar Rapids were recent week-end guests of Mr. and. Mrs. Israel Shaffer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Shaffer of Elgin, joined them Sunday night for supper at the Israel Shaffer home. Mr. Welcome Wenrich of Blance, North Carolina, was a caller in the John Hastings home last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Billings are vacationing with relatives in the western part of Iowa, Kansas City and Memphis, Missouri. _^_Callers in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. I. D. Shaffer ond Miss Ella Foxwell on Sept 4, were Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Malbow, of Madison, Wis., their grandson, Scott Carter, Appliances Dishes Hardware Sporting Goods At GAMBLES In West Union from California, and Earl, Helen and Hazel Rathlisberger of Elgin. —•— Waldo Walker is a patient in the Veterans hospital Iowa City. His address is Waldo Walker, Iowa City, %Veterans hospital, 6th floor east •~-~ Mr. and' Mrs. Arnold Heth and Clemse met Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haldeman of Belvidere, New Jersey at Prairie du Chein, Wis., on Labor Day. The Haldemans are visiting relatives in this area. All were supper guests in the Bob Johnson home in West Union. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heth, Dennis, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haldeman of Belvidere, N. J., were Thursday Civil cases filed recently in the office of the Fayette county clerk of courts office were: Phillips Petroleum Co. vs. Warren W. Otto W. Nordman, promissory note, 574L90 and interest and $76. interest and cost; Drs. Hall and Hall-vs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bayness, trans-* cript Field Enterprise, Joe., vs. William A. and Ida Ott, account, $130.90, interest and cost; Minnesota State Dental Assoc., vs. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Waterman, on contract, ?158.28, interest and costs. Dr. W. J. Wolf and Dr. David Freed, a partnership dba Medical Clinic and Palmer Memorial Bos-- pital and HawKeye Co-op Co. vs. Phillip and Bonnie Fair, account, $167.98, interest and costs; John E. Rush dba John E. Rush Drugs vs. Jerry Hutchins, account, $127.81, interest and costs; Dr. W. J. Wolf and Dr. David partnership dba,. Medkd-'-Cliinc vs. Mike Franks,-'account,'$1^0^ interest and costs; Florence BW- verson, exec, of the estete of Charles Halverson, deceased, dba Big .Gain Products-and Woodard and Woodard las. Co. ^ and fir. W,. J. Wolf-and Bte'•gatt^JteissBdJ a partnership dba Medical Clinic vs. Jerry Brehme, accoant/| $413.9% interest and costs; Palmer Memorial Hospital vs., Mr.-and Mjk t Peter Stammeyer, account, $25&30, interest, and'costs; CBarles Ruef- fefl vs. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Reisner, ipt > Retires Walter Holmes, cashier at the C. Bi & Q. rauroad freignt house' at Chariton since 1914, retired re- : cenUy after 48 years 1 'of service; ~ IT PATS TO ADVEBHSE TRY A LEADER WANT-AID Welcome Students - - - SANDl Pork Tenderloin ___. CiniA Wagon _1-_ T _4; Kraut Round Dog, .±1. Hot Dog _1_^ L. Cheese 1 , Boiled Hani •. i___. - ^ 4 I t Cheeseburgers Toasted Cheese ___ Fishwich Pasquale ' 35c f-« v >* CHICKEN IN THE BASKET Golden Brown Chicken ~ French Fries, Bbma Made BoQt Raw Czup Tegciablas 98c DRIVE OTTO and MARGARET FINGER, Props. Phone 192 Fayetta. Iowa FRIED OYSTERS IN THE 6 Large Oysters, Fi Home Made RoO ft Better — $1.35 -J. Home Pizza 21 Sbninp __. Made AFTER 5 P. M. DAILY 12 NOON SUNDAY SHRIMP IN THE BASKET V z Doz. Shrimp — Raw Vegetable* Horn* Msde RoU & Batter — 98c SMALL $1.00 $1^5 MEDIUM $1.25 COMBINATION $1.50 THIRST QUENCHERS Grape Drink 25c 15c lOc Root Beer 25c 15c lOc Orange Drink ..2Sc 15c IQc Fountain Pepsi 25c 15c lOc Phosphates 25c ISc I0c Coffee lOc Milk lOc Ice Tea 15c_10c FISH IN THE BASKET fc. Haddock Ffflet— frmh I

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