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Fairfield Ledger (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Fairfield, Iowa Students from St. Mary a preschool to . Session went Christmas caroling Friday morning at Parkview care Center the four and five year Olds Sang Holiday tunes for residents in the a and b Wing lounges during their morning Coffee. The students included Sarah countryman. Robbie Cubbage Robby Glass Pat Mcentee Matthew Mineart Alex Kessel Kyle Henson Michael Vantasell Chloe leathers Andy Swiston and Matt Mcentee. Assisting teacher Teresa Shaw left were moms Denise Mineart Cubbage and Cindy Mcentee a Ledger photo lots of a terrific stocking stuffers including Curling Irons Quot amp brushes5i200 Check our Christmas Perm special 108 n. Main 2-4.m9 you r eau Sal monday dec. 13 Young artists exhibit Fairfield Art Center 6 30-8 30 . Vow cribbage 7 . Auxiliary meeting 7 30 . Foe menus meeting 8 . Jefferson county historical society important business meeting Home of sue Garnjobst East of Fairfield 7 30 . Chapter a peo. Home of Jan Espy 407 Leatherwood Circle 7 45 . Washington school cub scouts Rebelos decorate tree Christmas carols Logan apartments 6 30 . Fairfield Rebekah Lodge 96, roof Hall 8 . Jefferson county writers club first National Bank meeting room 7 30 . Loyal workers Bible class party free methodist Church 7 . Fairfield High school class of 1968, Home of Sheryl Payne suburban Heights 7 30 . Tuesday dec. 14 foe auxiliary Christmas party 6 30 the is edger Willits Christmas news the Ledger invites area residents to share news about their Holiday plans with Ledger readers in its annual Christmas Issue to be published dec. 23 items about family gatherings parties travels etc., May be mailed or telephoned to the Ledger office. Call 472-2116. The Ledger would like to have All items in the office by dec. 18. They must be received by dec 20 to be published in the Christmas Issue. A i j Wall a i do 117 1. Brood Way Fairfield Iowa a Hitt Idina is another one of the nine essential amino acids. A Rich natural source for this amino acid is fish. Studies have shown it to be effective in allergic diseases As Well As for cardio circulatory diseases where there Are problems with the automatic nervous system. Allergy and autonomic system irregularities have been termed causes of peptic ulcer thereby resulting in a histidine use As a treatment. As i have said Over and Over please come into nature s Way and we will give you literature to read and show you the products. . Games at care facility i . Vow fun night. Over eaters Anonymous your Beautiful Salon 106 n. Main 7 . Help Iowa state Bank meeting room weigh in 6 15 ., meeting 7 . American association of University women Home of Mary Kelly 1006 e. Burlington 7 30 . United foursquare women Christmas party meet at Church to go to Dickey a Prairie Home 6 . Young artists exhibit Fairfield Art Center 6 30-8 30 . Wesleyan Guild Christmas Tea first United methodist Church 7 . Hannah group first Christian Church 7 30 . Fairfield legion auxiliary legion Hall 6 30 . Lutheran Church women Bertha hex group Home of Marge Maddix 107 s. 17th, 6 30 . Dorcas group at the Church 2 . Martha group Home of Mim Vorhies. 1002 South a noon. A mixed Media on display at gallery mixed Media paintings by artist Vera Gartley Are now on display in the Unity gallery in the maharishi International University student Union the exhibit will continue through december hours at the gallery Are 12 30-1 30 pm monday through Friday and 12 30-3 saturday and sunday. Symbols of togetherness three distinctive rings. A Diamond engagement ring with a Matching wedding ring for her and a wedding ring to match for him. Select your rings today from our extensive collection As members of the american Gem society. An Organ nation of professional jewellers you can rely on our Diamond knowledge the Emblem below is your Protection when making that All important Diamond Purchase. It signifies both gemological proficiency and High standards in business conduct. Try san or can Gen Yin a West Side Square f Airfield adult education and English As a second language classes first United methodist Church 8 . To noon 1-5 . Wednesday dec. 15�? Walton Starette Christmas party. Young artists exhibit Fairfield Art Center 6 30-8 30 . Midweek Advent service Immanuel lutheran Church 7 30 . Vow county care facility Christmas dance Post Home 7-9 . Communal penance service St. Mary Church 7 . Pie social time Church business meeting first Baptist Church 7 . Antioch ladies Aid Home of Donna Simmons 1 30 . Women a club Christmas Tea Mcelhinny House 1 30 . Living room dialogue Home of Dot Hellkamp 502 e. Burlington 9 . Adult education and English As a second language classes first United methodist Church 8 . To noon. Holiday theme at final 1982 Story time for Craft time the children will make paper plate santas. Story time invites children Ages three to five to come to any of three sessions 9 15-10 ., the holidays will again be the theme at Story time thursday at the Fairfield Public Library. To Start things off the poem a the night before Christmas a will be read. Children attending will also hear the Story a the spirit of Christmas a in which two Little mice discover the Joy of giving. A special treat will be the double filmstrip a the Small if time permits a the bears Christmas will also be read. To 30-11 15a.rn., or 1 15-2 . This will be the last Story time session for 1982 Story time will resume after the holidays on Jan. 6. Watch for More details As to times for the sessions or Call the Library at 472-6551. Parents Are reminded that a sick kid kits Are now available at the Library free upon request. These shoes were made for walking. And walking. And walking. Made in Texas Usa a perfect gift for her Christmas Sas is also available in White for professional gals. Surprise her this year with a Quot Sas special shoes >/wust�,4 a Hok pm t co. Drugged driving awareness week people this is drunk president Ronald Reagan has signed legislation proclaiming the week of dec. 12-18 As National drunk and drugged driving awareness week offering the Public a Chance to focus attention on the problem and to act on needs and opportunities to reduce impaired driving. A group of persons representing More than 70 National organizations met recently to brainstorm activities to promote the awareness week and compiled a list of activities and a fact Sheet concerning drunk and drugged driving. Suggested activities for National drunk and drugged driving awareness week included a buckle up for every trip and ask your passengers to do so also. A report any suspicious driving to the police especially on the weekends a weaving straying off the Road erratic braking etc., and encourage a by ers to do the same. A do not be an Over generous Host a provide plenty of Hearty food and Stop serving drinks Early. Offer to drive Tipsy individuals Home or invite them to spend the night. A friends done to let friends drive a remember that even prescription medications May impair driving ability a especially antihistamines Tranquili Zers or any medication containing a narcotic. A mixing alcohol and drugs is particularly dangerous a taking one Antihistamine with one drink for example doubles the impairment effect of both a promote the designated Driver concept a one licensed Driver in a group of merry makers refrains from drinking in order to ensure the entire groups Safe drive Home. A sponsor a Light in the window Campaign during awareness week. A sponsor a headlights on while driving during the Day Campaign during awareness week. A urge local Law enforcement agencies to hold an open House for the Community and to utilize Well publicized selective enforcement blitzes at High risk times and places. A encourage the use of alternative transportation systems like dial a ride designated Drivers taxi cabs. A urge bartenders to Send Over Meibers Home by one of the alternative transportation systems. A petition local officials for the establishment of a task Force to study the driving while intoxicated problem and recommend solutions. A urge local school administrators to plan promotional activities at assemblies dances Pep rallies and athletic events and to publicize local dial a ride programs. The group also reminded motorists of several facts concerning drunk and drugged driving a a blood alcohol concentration Bac of .10 percent or greater is the level at which a Driver is considered legally intoxicated in most states. A approximately 55 percent of All fatal crashes involve a person who has been drinking. A in single vehicle crashes where responsibility is apparent Between 60 and 75 percent of dead Drivers have bacs greater than .10 percent. A the average Bac of Drivers arrested for drunk driving is approximately .20 percent double the level for presumed intoxication. A during the past to years the proportion of Highway deaths involving alcohol has averaged 25,000 per year v4 of a million americans have lost their lives in alcohol related crashes in the last decade. A a conservative estimate of the total economic Cost of drunk driving is put at Between $5 and $6 billion a year. Calendar of coming events or. And mrs. Robert Gott or. And mrs. Robert Gott will celebrate their 40th wedding anniversary with an open House at their country Home West of Ollie from 1 30-5 . Dec. 18. Gott and the former Phyllis Hawley were married dec. 2, 1942 in the Batavia methodist Church by the Rev. Re. Stark. The Gotts have four children Julie Johnston Packwood Denise Wilhoit Ollie Kathryn Hoskins Fairfield and David Homestead and seven grandchildren. Rada Hawley of Ollie is mrs. Gotta smother. The Gotts have lived All their married life near Ollie where they Farmed and raised purebred hogs. Gott was also employed by Amoco Oil co for 20 years managing the Amoco fertilizer Plant at West Chester the past nine years. The couple request Only their friends and relatives presence As their gift. Clubs and organizations for top to toe Winter warmth cuddles from Passarette top to toe warmth in Happy go Lucky styles trimmed with contrast Satin binding a for staying cute and cozy when the temperature dips. In Velv Esoup brushed Tricot of Dupont a got him Inez fashion shop West Side Square Fairfield up United presbyterian women will hold their annual Christmas Tea at 2 . Thursday in the first United presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall. Hazel Montgomery and members of the Beta Sigma Circle will serve the Tea the program will be presented by Russ Goodell and the chamber singers from Fairfield High school and Esther Whitaker will Lead devotions. Bernice Ogden retiring president will be in charge of the business meeting and new officers for 1983 will be installed. The up Board will meet wednesday at 2 . In Fellowship Hall. Living room dialogue living room dialogue will meet at 9 . Wednesday in the Home of Dot Hellkamp 502 e. Burlington. Women a club the Fairfield women a club will hold its annual Christmas Tea and program at 1 30 . Wednesday at the Mcelhinny House 300 n. Court. Dorothy Lowell and the women a club chorus will present a program of Holiday music and Lead guests in a Christmas sing along. All women in the Community Are invited to attend. Tuesday Bonus buy tuesday dec. 14 Only All sleepwear 20% off watch the Ledger for daily specials Packwood Lions Packwood a Frank e. Weston Fairfield District governor of 9x4 Lions of Iowa will make his official visit to the Packwood Lions club at a 7 . Dinner meeting thursday at Packwood methodist Church. Gotts to celebrate 40th

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