Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 27, 1957 · Page 6
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
Issue Date:
Thursday, June 27, 1957
Page 6
Start Free Trial

Want Ads Classified Ad Rate* Fifteen cents per line in excess of 4 line*. 40c minimum. Card of Thanks One Dollar minimum. FOR SALE NEW HOME FOR SALE Over 300 plans to choose from, will huiid any size or style and ran build according to your plan and specification, our crews build right on your foundation.. A two bedroom home as low as $2798.00. Contact us at TRANS WORLD HOMES HOLLAND ALE, MINNESOTA fr'OR SALE — Eight horsepower outboard motor. Call Blue 105 after C. USED SPINET PIANOS FROM 2!ir> Small apt. size, full key board pianos from 325 — just a few new spinel pianos Bargains Reduced as much as S250. $50 down — S. r )0 per month. See us NOW RENIER'S Your Hammond Organ Dealer 531 Main Dubuque, Iowa FOR SALE Newly decorated, painted 3 bedroom home — landscaped — parage — jjund location. Frame 4 bedroom home — corner lot. Will contract. Beautifully modernized home near downtown. Insulated, oil heated, 2 bedroom homo — terms available. Four large income properties priced $2500 — $9000 Several homes for RENT. FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Bob Anthony John Hofmeyer FOR SALE — Used TV Set Schneider's Appliance Fayette, Iowa Social Security Representative In West Union Tuesday Representatives of the Waterloo social security office will be in West iUnion, Iowa at the Court House on July 2 and July 10 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. June brides who plan to continue working need to do something more than sign the marriage application and slip on the ring, according to Earl T. Johnson social security district office manager. They also need to change their names on their social security records. "Any woman who changes her name should be sure to submit a 'change of records' card to us," lie said, "so that her new name may be tied in with our records under her previous name." Records may be changed by calling at the social security office in the Black Hawk Building in Waterloo, or by requesting change of record card from that office by mail. "It's a very simple procedure, Mr. Johnson added. "But it's one of those little things that mean so much Future benefits under the old-age and survivors insurance system will be based on the work record, and that record cannot be complete and up-to-date in all respects unless the ladies remember to change their names on our records when they get married." LIMA NEWS TORNADO TERROR was visited on this west Dallas apartment house (right), while the twister which hit the afternoon of April 2 also showed a grisly pranklshness (left). Returning residents found only debris, and workers from Dallas Clty- ('(lunty Civil Defense, police, lircmcii anil Red Cross guarding tlie wreckage and ready ID provide temporary nhrllvr. M.i.-im.s; I*h<>t4>.>i STRICTLY FRESH ANYONE who thinks that a vacation isn't worth while should look at resort operators' bankbooks. * * • Swiping someone else's honey is apt to cause you more trouble than Just o few bee stings. * • » Fellow we know whose boss is bringing his son into the business PAGE 8 27 JUNE 1957 FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER More Candidates Than Offices In ASC Elections Voters in the annual ASC farm program elections to be held next FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalia phone 0617. (3-TF) FOH SALE — 30 acres of standing Alfalfa. Frank Hogan & Sons. Postville, Iowa FOR SALE — Used Maytag Washing machine. Coffee table Buffet. 1 Carpet and Pad. MeLeese Furniture, Fayette. FOR SALE — 30 ft. trailor house All modern. See Dr. H. I. Robinson, Fayette The regular Ladies Aid meeting will be Friday afternoon with Mrs. Pete Aelberg. Mrs. Ralph Dickinson will have devotions. Moll call a favorite Strawberry recipe and the program will be by the children. Mr. and Mrs. John Boleyn and Caroline, Waterloo, were callers Sunday in the Floyd Durey and Ralph Dickinson homes. FOR SALE — Good alfalfa Clover hay, about 3 acres. Phone Red 108 FOR RENT — Modern 7 room house. Phone Blue 67 Fayette. CARDS OF THANKS run, &AJ-J!. rvuiuiiiuuc wasner $B0. Refrigerator $50., Electric Stove $150. Call 1430J at Oelwein. Dom Grasso. FOR SALE Arnold Heth, Bicycle. Fayette. Call FOR SALE — Used 4 ft. Cosley Freezer. Also 12 ft. chest type. Schneider's Electrial Appliance Store. Fayette, Iowa. FOR SALE — Standing Hay Alfalfa and Clover. Lester Fox Sumner, Iowa. Phone 2 F22 We wish to express our most Heart-felt thanks to our most wonderful neighbors, friends, Dr. Linge, Mrs. Dahl and all the staff connected with the Palmer Me morin 1 Mnariital at "Woct TTnir>« who showed us so much consideration. We also thank the auxiliary of the American Legion for all their help and food, also all others who brought food. And to all who sent symaphy card. Also thanks to the great number who contrib uted to the beautiful flowers. To Mr. Pickett and Mrs. Erion for the music. To each of you our most Heart-felt Thanks. The family of Glen Thomas month will have a choice of can didates for all positions on the community committees, it was announced this week by Ellis W. Thompson, chairman of the Fayette county ASC committee. As in all past ASC elections, three farmers will be elected in each townshilp to serve one year as the township's ASC community committee and two others will be named as alternate members. To asusre a choice for all positions, each township's ASC community election board was instructed to nominate not less than 10 candidates. The various community election boards completed their slates of candidates by June 12 but additional nominations may be made as late as June 21 by petition of 10 or more eligible voters of a township. As soon as the June 21 deadline has passed, separate ballots listing the names of all candidates will be prepared for each township. Voting will be done by mail, with the county office sending the proper community ballots to each of the 4,200 farm owners, operators, landlords and tenants listed as eligible to participate in the community ASC elections of Fayette county. The ballots will be mailed out not later than June 28 and voters will have until July 8 to mark and return them to the county ASC office. Each eligible voter will also receive a government franked envelop which will require no postage, for use in returning his marked ballot to the county ASC office In each township, the candidate who receives the greatest number of votes will be declared elected as chairman of the community committee. The person receiving the next highest of votes will serve as vice chairman. Tho third mpmiWor of + lit, mittee and the first and second alternates will be similarly selected on the basis of number of votes received. Counting of the ballots will take place at the Fayette County ASC Office on July 10 and the results will be announced as soon as possible. The newly elected community committee chairmen and vice chairmen will serve as delegates and alternates delegates to the Iowa Hog Marketing Intentions HOGS: Marketings of hogs for slaughter from Iowa farms during June and July are expected to toal about 2,030,000 head, according to the Iowa Cooperative Crop and Livestock Reporting Service, and based upon reports by farmers as to their marketing intentions. This is 2 percent less than 2,079,- county convention at which the county "ASC committee of three members and two alternate members will be selected. The county convention will be held at Fayette on July 27. All committeemen and alternates — both county and community — will bo elected for one- year terms beginning August I. 1)00 head sold for slaughter during the same two months a year ago, and 4 percent less than the 195155 average of 2 If ,!>{! 6,000 head, intentions to market ! are realized, June sales for slaughter are expected to total about 1.060,000 head. This would be 2 percent less than the 1,083,000 IK ad marketed in June last year and 5 percent less than the 5-year June average of 1,111,000 head. Producers intend to market about 070.000 hogs in July. If intentions to market hogs in July are realized, sales would be 3 percent lower than last year's !)i)6,000 head, and 3 percent less than the 5-vear July average of 1,005,000 head, Hoys marketed for slaughter from Iowa farms during May are says that the office is being heir- conditioned. * * * An old-timer is one who remembers when breakfast cereal was purchased as a food item rather than as something which is used to keep coupons on the box from sticking together. Fayette County T. B. And Health Assn. To Hold Meeting An Executive Board meeting, of the Fayette County T, B. and Health Assn. will be held Tuesday. July 2nd, 8 P. M. at the Fayette Bank. Miss Mae Aukerman, Field Director of the Iowa T. B. and Health Assn. will be present. SMALL TOWN NEWSPAPERS Never harbor these thoughts for one moment That small town newspapers don't contain good leading; Small town newspapers can enlighten you very much Thinking otherwise would be mighty misleading. Americans would surely miss small town newspapers Could not get along without them so well, Small town newspapers help so much When American want to buy and sell. Don't always be wearing a gloomy face Thinking the world has gone to the bad, Great results can easily be had In your small town newspaper, just insert an ad. By E. M. Albright Fayette, Iowa placed at 1,290,000 head, 4 percent less than the 1,340,000 head sold during May a year ago and 3 percent more than the 5-year May average of 1,252,000 head. Of the marketings for slaughter during May, about 20 percent of the total, or a computed 250,000 head, were reported as sows. The average age of barrows and gilts sold for slaughter during May was reported to be 6.3 months. This may be compared with 7.1 months reported in May 1956 and 6.8 months in April 1957. HAIRCUT • SHAVE • SHAMPOO • TONIC DOC'S Barber Shop Fayette, Iowa GUARANTEED NO RISK BUSINESS II EARNINGS UP TO S200.00 PER MONTH ill We are in a position due to our additional need for dislribu- jlj tors to offer you (man or woman) this truly fabulous offer to II! join our present distributors in over 17 states who are han- III dling our line of BALL POINT PENS. You must have S595.- III 00 cash available, however, COMPANY WILL FURNISH FREE OF CHARGE ALL EQUIPMENT PLUS ENOUGH MERCHANDISE TO MORE THAN INSURE YOUR INVESTMENT. This is a. lifetime business which you may expand vtUh th> — ~v«»v Huullly we Will set up in business completely. No selling involved. You must be reliable and have car. Age no handicap. Pari lime to start acceptable. Write incluling phone number.. FOR SALE — 14 acres Clover and Alfalfa by bale or ton from Baler. Hay is 1 Vis miles east of Randalia. Bob McSweeney. Phone 2911 Maynard FOR SALE — Good Hay rake See T. J. Bergcr, Hazleton or call 2344 in Hazleton. WANTED Did you find your screens and storm windows needing repair? — if so, why not consider having the famous Air Seal — Combination Aluminum Windows installed on your home by our factory trained installers. For prices and free folder writ*—United Window Co., Box 208, Fayette, Iowa. SALESMAN WANTED UNEXPECTED CHANGE makes available good Rawleigh business in Fayette, Elkader and Strawberry Point. Exceptional opportunity for right man. See or write Clarence Hamilton, 200 7th Ave. SW, Oelwein; or write Rawleigh's Dept. IAF-202-201 Freeport, 111. (49-50-51-52) Will do custom baling with new Holland baler, in trade for Hay. Urban Kuennen Phone Maynard 1608. Address Fayette (p. 51-52) WANTED to RENT — Small hogtight pasture or yard in or very close to Fayette. Phone 11. WANTED — Good used play pen to be used in Church nursery. Phone Blue 178 WANTED — Middle aged woman to care fpr elderly lady, modern home in Fayetle. If interested call or contact Parker C. Davis. Telephone Randalia 0209 BUSINESS """" OPPURTUN1T1ES DIVISION SALES MANAGER Good opportunity for a salesman wanting promotion. Hire men. Sell with them. Excellent earnings. Old, successful Company. Must have car. We will train you and teach you our business. For details, write Sales Manager, 707 South 42nd St., Omaha, Nebraska. FAYETTE THEATRE FRI. SAT. JUNE 28 — 29 RANDOLPH SCOTT MAUREEN O' SULLIVAN RICHARD BOONE THE TALL T." (In Technicolor) This week $100.00 Thank Nite Sat. night in Fayette. We will stop the show when the whistle blows to announce the winner. NOTICE: — The Fayette Theatre will run its last show Saturday night, June 29th for at least July and August. We hope to be able to open up again in the fall. The Management. TWIN 430 N. JACKSON POINT PEN COMPANY UNIVERSITY CITY 5. MO. DENMAN TIRES Big July 4th Tire Sale Be Safe and Save! DeLuxe 95 $15. Black tube type plus tax and recapable tire ALL ROUND HAZARD DOUBLE GUARANTEE HOWARD'S TEXACO Fjayette, Iowa limHfflMMiiHmnmnnimiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiimiinii^ mmiiiffiifflUMtffiiRffiimnmnmHmiOT Come in... For These Specials Del Monte CATSUP 19c Fresh Frying AQ*% CHICKENS - lb. *KIC Summer SAUSAGE ib. 55c Pure Pork QQ^ 3AUSAGE lb. OVC Iowana OLEO lb. 25c % Gal Borden AQ„ ICE CREAM SFOC Pint of Sherbert FREE with each l / 2 gallon Smith & Sons Market This Store will be closed 4th of July Potters Polar Pak x / z ICE CREAM gal Flavor Kist Butterscotch SANDWICH COOKIES pkg. Highland «1 RAISINS L lbs. Vets O DOG FOOD «J cans Como A roll TISSUES 4 pkg. Jiffy CAKE MIXES pkg. Bondware PAPER PLATES pkg. 79c 39c 39c 29c 25c 10c 19c HILEX gal 49c CABBAGE lb. 10c Minced HAM lb. 35c Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa COME IN - - - and see our mid-summer SPECIALS! INDIAN BLANKETS 54 in. by 72 in. cotton - Nylon blend CRIB BLANKETS 2 for Printed - 30 in. by 40 in. $2.95 $1.98 PLASTIC TABLE CLOTHS 54 by 54 only 49c 54 by 72 only 69c In pastels and whites Ladies rayon panties 3 for $1.00 Boys cotton Anklets 4 for $1.00 NELSON'S Shoe and Clothing IHHIIMIIIIUMUIIIHM^

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free