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Fairfield Ledger Newspaper Archives May 15 1986, Page 2

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Fairfield Ledger (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Fairfield, Iowa Mothers Day visitors in Stockport people Stockport a Jeannette Cammarota and daughter Patricia Ostoria n. Y., have returned Home after visiting Jeannette smother Lola Pratt. Other visitors in mrs. Pratt a Home were her daughter and son in Law Carol Ann and Don Chapman and family and her son and daughter in Law Fred and Darlene Pratt All of Fairfield. Dean and Ramona Bagby of morning Sun spent mothers Day with Berdina and Chet Bagby arriving in time to prepare a Surprise breakfast. Chuck and Sharyn Workman Todd and Tiffany hosted a mothers Day dinner in their Fairfield Home honouring chucks Mother Louise Workman of Stockport Sharynn smother Ruth Keller and Harold Atwoods Mother Margaret Atwood. Others present were chucks sister and brother in Law Shirley and Harold Atwood and Mike Tiffany a Friend Bart Messer All of Fairfield and Sharynn a brother Larry Keller of St. Louis to. Morris and Ruth Green Indianapolis ind., visited their son and daughter in Law Norman and Teri Green for several Days the week of May 4. Bill and Neva Carter and son Mark had mothers Day dinner in the Home of the Carters daughter and son in Law Marcia and Steve Appleman and family. Michael and Trina Carter Katie and Kali Kankakee 111., recently visited his parents Bill and Neva Carter called Here by the death of his aunt Dorothy Stecker. Or. And mrs. Dallas Roark Emporia kan., also attended the funeral. Gladys Donald and Hazel Prine were guests of Gladys daughter and son in Law Mary Ann and Clarence Trueblood for a mothers Day dinner. Clarences Mother Marie Trueblood and sister Fern Thornburg it. Pleasant also attended. Nota Donald had mothers Day dinner with her son de at Jerry a in it. Pleasant. They spent the afternoon with Nolan a daughter and son in Law Alice and Dennis Fitzpatrick and family. Melva Jane Workman spent the mothers Day weekend in Iowa City with her daughter and son in Law Dalene and Roger Johnson minday and Darnel. Jim and Lucy Wells Durant Charles and Janice Wells Hillsboro Loretta Mockley and daughter Jannelle Iowa City and Esther and Kenneth Schwerin Burlington had mothers Day dinner with Evangie Wells. David and Connie Wells and daughters of Fairfield visited in the afternoon. Evangie received Calls from her children who were unable to visit sunday. In route to Washington d. C., Joe w. Davidson recently visited his sister and brother in Law Stan and Twila Lane. They also had As a dinner guest Joe i. Davidson of Sigourney. Kate and Hollis Arnold of Stockport and Florence Garrett of Keosauqua accompanied Evelyn Cox to the county Corner restaurant in Agency where they had dinner on mothers Day. Vera Knowles spent mothers Day with her son and daughter in Law Gordon and Laura Knowles. Vera received cuts and bruises in a car Accident May 8 in Fairfield. Gene and Ramona Clark and Madge with daughter Tammy Fairfield met the Clarks son Tony of Johnston in Oskaloosa sunday for p others Day dinner. Weekend guests in the Home of Henry and Mildred Overlander were their son and family Maurice Nancy Scott and Erin Overlander of Bucklin to. A dinner sunday celebrated both mothers Day and several birthdays. Other guests were Allen and Carol Overlander Christena Murray Vera Bagby Keosauqua and or. And mrs. Don Thompson Quincy 111. Celebrating May birthdays were Erin 5, her Grandfather Henry and her Uncle Al. Birdena Klise had mothers Day dinner with her daughter Peggy Peck and family at the Peck Home. She had supper with her son and daughter in Law Bud and Marilyn Klise and Penny and Jay Depenning in Burlington. Herb Depenning spent mothers Day with his Mother Catherine Depenning who is a patient in the Grinnell Hospital. Essay winners a Martha Kurka vow americanism chairwoman stands behind the first and second place division winners of the vow sponsored a i love America contest. Kneeling Are left Benjamin Huff first in the fourth Grade division and Dan Littlejohn second in fifth Grade. Standing left to right Marjorie Fuller first in sixth Grade Sarah Ann Gray first in fifth Grade Jaime Lynn Schultz second in fourth Grade and Golda Loo second in sixth Grade. A Ledger photo youth receive awards from vow Slechta stimulates writers prior to vow auxiliary a meeting monday evening Martha Kurka americanism chairwoman made several youth awards. In the a a i love America because a essay contest for fourth fifth and sixth graders the following first and second place winners read their essays fourth Grade a Benjamin Huff Jaime Lynn Schultz fifth a Sarah Ann Gray Dan Littlejohn sixth a Marjorie Fuller Golda Loo. First place winners received a $10 Check and second placers received a $5 Check they also were Given americanism pencils and rulers. All students who entered the contest will receive either pencils or rulers. Three foreign students attending Fairfield High school were presented american flags pencils and rulers from mrs. Kurka. Students receiving the gifts were Peter Grunenberg of Germany Sonya Ahren of Australia and Christina Schumm of Germany. Their Host families the Jack Bradley the Ray woodys and the Terry Suttons were present. Geraldine Greenfield was initiated into the auxiliary. The club voted to give the following donations National Home seals $5, vow National project for March of dimes $10 Camp Sunnyside and Camp courageous $100. Silverware will be purchased with Ila Finney memorial fund the annual memorial service was held for deceased members Lila Adams Ila Finney Eva salts Ethel Smith Edith Vorhies and Gladys Coop Workman. New officers installed were Dora Vorhies president Mary Louise Sutherlin senior vice president Bonnie Hoffman Junior vice president Georgette Wittmer Secretary Emma Foshier treasurer Irene stagers chaplain Rita Van Der snick conduct Ress Ethel Mineart guard Donna Orte three year trustee Shirley Kitch historian Isabelle salts patriotic instructor Cindy Worley Flag bearer Delores Worley Banner bearer Ruth Johnson Martha Kurka Liivi Harper Donna Orte. Color bearers Dorothy Lauder musician Grace Lynn assistant musician. The auxiliary guard will participate in memorial Day ceremonies in Central Park and at Evergreen cemetery. The next meeting will be held june 9. Preceding the meeting the auxiliary Bowling team was the committee for the potluck supper. Clubs and organizations Paauw the Fairfield Branch of american association of University women will meet tuesday at 7 30 . In the first National Bank Community room with Jane Gottberg and Lillian Thada As hostesses. The program will be Given by Anne Fulton on a a the changing role of women in China. A Paauw is sponsoring its annual dramatics workshop at the first presbyterian Church june 16-20 the club is financially responsible for the program cancer society Jefferson county unit of the american cancer society will meet tuesday at noon at the first presbyterian Church. There will be an update on the april cancer crusade by Maxine French. Other reports will include memorials loan closet and Par Jefferson county Republican women Jefferson county Republican women will meet May 22 at 7 30 . At first United methodist Church. Note change of location. The program will be presented by Republican candidates for county and area offices and also will share their views at the june 3 primary. Also Stacey Swaim will read her prize winning essay on the statue of Liberty. Hostess will be Beth May open House sot., May 17 to am 2 pm Soo lost Buchanan to All my Mary Kay customers. Order for summer skin care Frei gift to All who attend camouflage Highlighter Glaze Maggie Hau Scott Slechta who teaches drama and writing at the local High school offered the Jefferson county writers club monday evening a mini course based on the writing class he teaches at the High school. The program dealt with organizing writing for publication As Well As some hints to get creative juices flowing. Slechta suggested five Points for organizing writing based on the five senses. For one of the exercises the speaker passed around a paper sack containing an assortment of cookies. Members of the audience were told to take a cookie then use their five senses a sight sound smell touch and taste a listing words under each sense that described their reactions to the cookie. From these words they formed sentences not necessarily using the words themselves but sometimes spin off words and thoughts they elicited. The speaker illustrated How words can stir the imagination and memories to form the basis for a Story. Slechta also distributed material full of visual images. As he read it listeners wrote Down the authors images then their own thoughts derived from the images. Members of Ottumwa and Burlington writers clubs also attended the meeting at the Home of Ethel Sherman. Invitations have been issued by Ottumwa it. Pleasant and Burlington writers clubs for reciprocal club attendance. The next local meeting will be held at 7 30 . June 16 in the Home of Ruby Bristow. Visitors in Keosauqua Homes Keosauqua a Pauline and Norwood Teal spent the weekend in West Liberty with their daughter and son in Law Jayne and Brent Richardson and family. Betty and Dick Perkins spent sunday in Iowa City with Judy Strauss and daughters. Betty and George Friedmeyer of Ankeny and Dick and Charlotte Scott of Seymour were recent guests in the Home of Evelyn and join Manning. Pauline Brothers entertained members of her Bridge club at her note a Belles to sing Stockport a the note a Belles will sing at 7 . Tuesday at the Jefferson county care facility. Calendar of events Home Friday. Prizes were won by Eunice Newman Pauline Teal and Evelyn Manning. Weekend guests in the Home of Mary and Art Ovrom were Liza Ovrom Mark schuling and Charles Dodie Jabour Paul and David of Des Moines and Paul Ovrom of Iowa City. Family reunion a family reunion was held sunday in the Home of or. And mrs Robert Cubbage of route 3 in Honor of mrs. Cubbage a sister. Ethel Houser of Phoenix ariz., who is visiting in the Cubbage Home. Twenty six members gathered for a Large cooperative supper picture taking and visiting. Carson Ethel Sherman and Bonnie Thompson. The Public is invited. Prairie quilters Prairie quilters will meet May 22 at 7 at first National Bank the program will be on quilt binding. Federation of the patriotic organization members of the federation of the patriotic organization will meet monday at 5 . At the legion Hall. This is for representatives from groups taking part in the Parade and memorial services at the cemetery. Call Gene Kitch at 472-2910 for further information. No chapter dog no chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma met saturday with the theme of founders Day being observed new officers inducted Are Gloria countryman president Sharon Leach vice president Mildred Morton Secretary Jane Rowe corresponding Secretary and Diane Goudy parliamentarian. There will be a meeting sept. 12 at 7 . At Mcelhinny House to organize and finalize plans for the september 40th anniversary. It will not be a dinner meeting. Several members will attend the Golden anniversary of the Upsilon state organization of the dog society at Des Moines june 13-15. Thursday May 15�? ged classes first United methodist Church 3-5 . And 5-7 . H.o.p.e., Ottumwa regional health Center 7 30 . So optimists Mcelhinny House. 6 30 . Richwoods willing workers Arlene Shafer Home route 2,8 . Roof family night roof Hall 6 30 . . Card party Hall 7 . Friday May 16 alcoholics Anonymous and Al anon St. Mary Catholic Church 8 use Grimes ave. Entrance Aea Early childhood screening free methodist Church Call 472-3414 for appointment. Cwt workshop first Christian Church 8 30 . Mexican fiesta supper foursquare gospel Church 5 30-8 . Bingo f o e Hall 7 30 Jefferson county Hospital join in i the t fun i and i games a g h a v f l e w l s saturday May 17 i a i i try our v Quot progressive game1 the Public invited . Post 2271 Lait Sid Square a Fairfield Kevin Kramer. Lisa Fritz Fritz Kramer to wed Brighton or. And mrs. Walter j. Fritz of Brighton announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter Lisa to Kevin Kramer son of or. And mrs. Marvin l. Kramer of Farley. Miss Fritz is a 1984 graduate of Fairfield High school and a 1985 graduate of Kirkwood Community College in the Legal secretarial program. She is currently employed at the Law firm of Shuttleworth and Ingersol pc in Cedar rapids. Kramer is a 1982 graduate of Leo High school in holy Cross and is presently attending Kirkwood in the communications Media program. He is employed at Kurg to in Cedar rapids. The couple is planning their wedding june 7 at 10 30 . At St. Pius x Catholic Church in Cedar rapids. Weekend guests in pleasant Plain auxiliary membership drive various stations in Fairfield 9 . To 7 . Arts and crafts departments picnic meet at Mcelhinny House noon. Lupus support group St. Joseph Hospital Ottumwa 7 . Saturday. May 17�? foe dance foe. Hall. A a Montana a 9 . To i . Fun night vow Hall 7 15 Story Corner Mcd radio 9 10 am St. Jude Bike a Thon Fuhs to . To i Jefferson county Hospital auxiliary membership drive various stations in Fairfield 9 . To i . Fairfield Square dance club Fairgrounds activity building potluck 6 30 . Dance 8 . Ron Rominger is caller. Pleasant Plain mothers Day dinner guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Bill Mccracken and family were relatives or. And mrs. Dennis Erickson of Van meter or. And mrs. Doc Nyswonger or. And mrs. Howard Core Indianola and Campus Keosauqua a John Brothers received a master of arts degree in nursing saturday at Joliet 111. Brothers is the new director of nursing at St. Mary a Hospital in Galesburg 111. He is the son of Pauline Brothers of Keosauqua and the late de Brothers. He and his wife Peggy Are the parents of two sons Nick and Neil. Lisa Dykstra 612 w Fillmore and j Anna Whitmore Batavia will receive their degrees from Buena Vista College sunday at 2 30 pm in Siebens fieldhouse on Campus. Dorothy Mccracken. Weekend guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Joe Deutsch were their daughter and son in Law or. And mrs. Ron Pacha of Normal 111. They came especially to attend the wedding of the debts Chest granddaughter Tammy Jeffrey and David Snavely at St. Alphonsin Church in it. Pleasant saturday afternoon. Beverly Rubey returned Home sunday to Pueblo colo., after spending a week in the Home of her Mother Gertrude Rubey. She came especially for her mothers 80th birthday party May 4. W Price enamel pen great graduation gift pans c0 rag. $18 a pan i Pencil sat rag. $28.14 mins books h gifts open daily 1 30 . To 9 ., sunday i . To 6

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