Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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[ WEEKLY CROSSWORD TUZZLlT] National Banner Here's the Answer SELF-APPOINTED SUPERVISOR _ M «rlin Tirmn, local Sheriff, watches as the Fayette Lions Club, under the leadership of Attorney Bob Anthony, wet the now shelter for last week's holiday. (Leaderfoto) An experienced carpenter and builder lends a watchful eye as Fayette citizens pitch in to build the new shelter at the city park at Klock's Island. (Leaderfoto) FAYETTE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Council met in regular session at Council Chambers at 7:30 P. M. on June 3, 1957. Meeting called to order by Mayor R. E. Cousins. All councilmen present. Minutes of last regular and special meeting read and ap- txroved. Bills were read as fallows: General Iowa Nat'l Mutual Ins. Co., 100.00 Fayette County Recorder, fee 2.40 The Fayette Insurance 1 Co., extended coverage garage 13.52 Latta's office supplies 23.7U James Jach, labor 5.00 Oelwein Daily Register, printing 17.00 $162.30 Street Frank A. Miller, repairs 3.50 Fayette Stone Co., stone 121.49 L. A. Wooldridge, materials, labor Standard Oil Co., gas, oil Bituminous Materials Co., premix A. N. Hansen, U2.5b 50.9! 240.62 $531.90 Public Safety Fayette County Leader, courtesy tickets Carl Masters, police Swomley's D—X Station, gas Martin C. Timm, 12.G 24.44 10.51 193.4! Recreation Sec'y Summer Playground Com., $500.00 Municipal Enterprise \niui Con-boy, wages 18.57 Beryl Thompson, 43.99 $62.56 Utilities lenry - Vandersee, service, materials 29.55 nlerstate Power Co., service 242.34 Rockwell Mfg. Co., parts 2.34 vlame L. Cole, 140.81 owa Oil Co., oil 6.94 erty owners north of the Volga net with the council and dis- :ussed the need of dredging the iver bottom. Meeting adjourned on motion iy Erion seconded by Schmidt. Special meeting of Town Council at 7 p.m., June 24, 1957. All councilmen present. Meeting called by Mayor to discuss means of clearing river channel. No action taken. Attest Mami> I.. fViln . Ola $421.98 "olal expenditures. $11,442.76 $241.1 Sanitation Howard's Texaco Station, gas, oil 60.73 Zabriskie's Garage, repairs 11.65 Schenk Engineering Co., 178.61 E. B. Spencer Cons. Co., amt due on contract 9,060.50 W. L. Nading, 211.37 $9,522.66 -Motion by Erion seconded that nils be allowed as read. Application for cigarette licenses were made by Gladys Lubbert d/b/a Gladys' Truck Stop. Mrs. Geraldine Fritz d/b/a Coffee Nook. James E. and William H. Mullins d/b/a Mullins Tavern and .Sporting Goodi Store. Dale A. Chase d/b/a Chase's Superette. Harold's A Schmidt d/b/a Thrifty Food Market. Gladys M. Brownell d/b/a G & B Cafe. C. E. Smith and Sons Helene Wendrich d/b/a Circle Inn. Paul E. Davis d/b/a Davis Rexall. Ralph M. Gould d/b/a RaJjph's Place. Erwin H. Goeken d/b/a Goeken's Food Market C. A. Lund. W. H. Swomley d/b/a Swomley's D—X Station. Otto A Finger' d/b/a Ott's Place. Betty and Kenneth Wilke d/b/a Clover Farm Store. On unanimous vote of Council a Resolution was passed whereas an adjustment of taxes on property belonging to V. E. Dahl on corner of Main and Water streets, was made. Resolution to be presented to the Board of Supervisors. Motion made by Johnson that permits be granted. Motion seconded by Henry. Carried. A committee composed of prop- By Bob Hullihan Perhaps the sharpest indication of what is happening on Iowa highways this summer comes in this story from the highway patrol: A patrolman was assigned a new car, but there was to be a couple of days' delay in putting the usual insignia and lights on the machine. With the traffic death tol HORIZONTAL VERTICAL 1 Depicted is the 1 Stopped flag of 2 Bird 8 This country is 3 Burn on the of 4 Accomplish Fonscca 5 Polish soldiei 13 Intel-sliced GT.itt.Ms 1« Brother of 7 Upon Jacob (Bib.) 8 Withered 15 Tell a 9 Goddess of falsehood the earth Ifl Greek market 10 Employ place 11 Whipped 18 Worm 12 Flares 19 Toward 17 Actinium 20 Examine (symbol) 22 Pronoun 20 Affronted 23 Enthusiastic 21 Gifted ardor 24 Temper 25 To th« sheltered Side 27 Lairs 2B Cover* 29 Chaos 30 Half an em 31 Measure of cloth '32 Northeast (ab.) 33 Outei garmcnl 15 Soft /Mineral 38 Heraldic band 39 Pen name of Charles Lamb 40 Fldei detensor tab ) 41 Clad 4? Niton (symbol) 48 Not many 60 Graded 51 Era 52 Love god 54 Recall 98 Domestic stave 17 20 In diioct 44 Let It stand di-si-L-nt 45 Half (prefix) 33 One of its 40 Paradise chief pi'uilucts 49 Was victorious 34 Comiiumds 51 Lincoln'* 3G Luiter nickname 37 Provides food 53 Compass point 42 Kiiilruad (;ib.) 05 Magnesium 43 Auricle;; (symbol) CAVE MAN-George Kendal stores some records in a file 205 feet beneath the ground in li ,««M»«M.M> U«A«tnt4»na mlna nt Rut»; ler, Pa. The atomic-age record, room has been made for storing 1 record* of the Weirtlnehouse •Electric .Corp. Kendall and •three other workers care for some 109,000 file boxes. Westfield 4-H Tour Tlir Wcslfii-lil Whirlwinds hold hi'ir annual rlnli lour in June. The old crof visits wore Nili'S. l.i;i£.;i L . Maurrr. Gray. Yato-, rntitsrh. Miller. Wi'UMci' til id Brown. VVi- had a Pot-luck lunch il noon l'o!|o\v<-<! hy a siiftli:ill name. TJn- jicxl iiifi'lin;; u'il) )>r Jichl :it tlu> home ut Jim and Gary .Maiircr. Julv Illh at !i:l)l) o'clock. .Jim Maurci Ili'pnrtiT 'NEW YORK "BEACH"—For many a lad in the teeming city of Now York, the closest they come to a beach is an open fire liliifj ;mcl this younfistrr is enjoying every minute. When a heat wavu causes n water shot-tape, the city's water department doesn't firt as much iileasuro from the activity. _ Say You Saw it in the LEADER you enter a new world of cooking pleasure with the climbing as it is this year, how ever, it was felt there should be no delay in putting the patrol man and his new car .on the highways. He went on duty driving the unmarked car. At the end of the first day, he came back to his sergeant a shaken and troubled man. "We've got to get some identification on that car," he said, "or I'm going to get killed. 'Those drivers out there don't know who I am. They're running me off the road, pulling out ir front of me, cutting in, and riding my bumper. We've got to get that car looking like a patrol car so 1 can get some protection." Patrolmen tell this for a true story, but they tell it u little sadly. It indicates many drivers have to see the law before they will obey it. Another straw in th« wind HOG FARMERS Push Those Hogs To Market Faster With BOLSON'S PROTEIN CONDITIONER The Hog Supplement Guaranteed To Give You More NUTRITION for the Cost Than Any Other Hog Sup plement. BUY BOLSON'S FEED FROM Bolson Feed Dealers I N -A - i.i ii u t iinur I niit'il .ippli.iiicij out !<•( Chuic u ul rulur In h.'ic ktfli.u d I i^ lit I rusty Uluu, Mlnty lirtiun, Rosy [Pink, V/hitii. All-now • Urilllantly Mylod • Colorful Automatic "Mntchlnr-s" f'crformnnco PALM SPRINGS NEW 4O" RANGE YOU HL YtAHS AHEAD WITH A CAL.OHIC PALM SPRINGS Gene Wm. Singer Plumbing -- Heating -- Wiring Hhono 24V r'ayulli). lawn YES! WE HAVE HOMES IN FRIENDLY FAYETTE FOR SALE Beautifully Redecorated 3 bedroom, attached garage, oil furnace. Two bedroom, oil furnace, insulated, corner lot, garage — will contract. Houses with two modern apartments, two to choose from, priced at $2500.00 and $4500.00. Three bedroom, on west side, modern, barn, two lots, insulated. Home designed for student roomers, excellent income. Frame three room, like new inside and out across street from campus. RENTALS: Modern 3 bedroom $40.00 Modern 4 bedroom $50.00 Two homes partly modern $20.00 and $30.00. FARMS 80 near Fayette: 127 riyev farm; 237 will contract; 120 well improved will contract; 240 — the very bestl The Fayette Insurance Agency Licensed Brokers Bob Anthony John Hofmeyer Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa appeared in a letter to the safety department recently. A man had been receiving the department's accident and fatality summaries. He wrote to the department: "Will you please discontinue your report to me? It gets on my nerves." With the been going man's request is understandable, to say the least. way things have this summer, the Say You Saw it in the LEADER Morton House BAKED BEANS cans Van Camps TUNA FISH £ cans «J«/C Tender Leaf TEA BAGS black 48 bag ! .59c Folgers, Hills, Butternut COFFEE Ib. 89c Blue Bonnett MARGARINE ib. 33c Seaside Dry LIMA BEANS Ig8ize 23c Sweet Heart TOILET SOAP 4 bar. 31C Realemon LEMON JUICE 24 02. yl|- bottle 4.3C THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 Faycttc, Iow» H. A, Schmidt LIVE BETTER...£/6?tf/yto//y Dishes piled ceiling high while you wait for j the fnucet to thaw? ," Why worry—switch to electric water licuting, mid enjoy work-free, worry-free hot wuter. Just turn the tap, and there's a steady stream of really hot water, that's ample for every need. Whether you wnnt hot water for breakfast dishes or a before-bed shower, your electric water heater is nlways an the job. Thermostutic controls see to it that you'll always enjoy round-the-clock hot water. See the new electric water heaters nt your dealer's. Let him show you how the model for your family will help you to LIVE BETTER . . Electrically. VISIT YOUR ELECTRIC APPLIANCE DEALER 7Vm ut/verfurm*.* uM.W iy InttnMt /W,, ,„ ,/„ ;„,,.,,,, o f ,/ w/(if j,

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