Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Want Ads . Classified Ad Rate* TlffcMn cents per line in excess of 4 lines. 40c minimum, CuU of Thanks One Dollar minimum. FOR SALE NEW HOME FOR SALE Over 300 plans to choose from, will build any size or style and can 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 HOLLANDALE, MINNESOTA FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalia phone 0617. (3-TF) FOR SALE — Good Hay rake. See T. J. Bergor, Hazleton or iall 2344 in Hazleton. FOR SALE — W. K. Humphry home — See R. W. Humphry or C. W. Humphry. West Union la. FOR SALE — Modern house M fine location. Available now. See Mildred Walker or Phone 1)9 day — Black 13 Nite. RANDALIA NEWS . Arleta Kaufmann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Will Kaufmann, was married to William D. Bartosh, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Bartosh of Todville, June 30 at. 2 p.m. in the Trinity Lutheran church at Hawkeye by the Rev. Dennis G. Schlossin. The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Bud Caldwell and Marjorie Kaufmann. The bridegroom's attendants wer Frank Vozenilek, cousin of the bridegroom and Bud Caldwell. Andrew Campbell, cousin of the bride was usher. Mrs. Ted Pfeiffe, sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest bonk. Arleta is the granddaughter of John F. Kaufmann of Oelwein and Mrs. Bessis Wilkinson of Hazelton. A reception was held at the home of the brides parents to 60 guests. Mrs. Bud Caldwell baked the 3 tiered wedding ea ke. • • • • Mrs. Caroline Arthur, Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Arthur and family attended a pienie at the Chester Arthur home in Oelwein July 4 honoring him on his 75th birthday anniversary that was July FOR SALE — Lindsay Water softner. One year old. Call 125 FOR SALE — Good bottle gas stove. Just $25.00 See Mildred Walker. 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 write—United Window Co., Box 208, Fayette, Iowa. FOR SALE — Spring friers, 90c alive, $1.15 dressed. Doyle Kauffman eight miles south of Fayette. Ph. 0706 Maynard. FOR SAL£ — White Rock Spring Fries. 4 to AVz lbs. $1.00 each. Arthur Jellings, Fayette, Iowa. Phone 1-30 Wadena FOR SALE — Maytag Washer, Apartment size gas stove. Carpet and pad. End table with lamp. Coffee table. McLeese Furniture FRESH BEEF With that delicious corn fed flavor. Cut and Wapped for your deep freeze or locker just the way you like it. While you wait. WEEKS SPECIAL: Front quarter .29c Hind quarter Slightly higher YOUR CHOICE BEEF CO. 1 mi. South West Union Highway —150 Mr. and Mrs. Tom Oakes of Hazelton. visited their son, Lee Oakes and family Wednesday. » * ' • • Mr. and Mrs. Burnett Waskow and family of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Oakes and family were dinner guests last Sunday in Leslie Oakes home. Mr. and Mrs. Carrol Barnes returned to their home in Long Beach, Calif., after several weeks visiting relatives. A picnic was held Sunday at the Klock's Island park in Fayette honoring Mrs. Mate Spatcher. Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Seners of Clarksville. with several from Randalia attended the picnic. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bafim- gartner and Jimmy of Strawberry Point were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Thyer home. • • • • • Robert Frye returned home Monday morning from Germany where he has been teaching in a G. I. school. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Grant and family of Lansing, were Saturday and Sunday visitors of her mother, Mrs. Caroline Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Geiseman were recent callers in the Leslie Oakes home. • • * • • Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Arthur of Marshalltown, visited from Thursday until Sunday with her sister, Mrs. Caroline Arthur. • • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Fox attended a miscellaneous shower for his niece, Orion Potter at Delemare Saturday evening. • • • • Picnic dinner guests Sunday in I the Robert Hanchett home were Mr. and Mrs. Russell Frzer and Ruth Lloyd of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hanchett of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Squires and family of Canton, Minn., Mrs. Grace Squires of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kitch of Hawkeye. After dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Moore of Oelwein. TRADE. Tall Corn Stamps for tickets to the Fayette County Fair. A family ticket costs 30 pages of stamps, a grandstand ticket only 10 pages. TALL CORN REDEMPTION CENTER, West Union. CARD OF THANKS We wish to sincerely thank all of our friends, neighbors and relatives for the many kindness shown us at the recent loss of our father, for the memorials, food, floral gifts and other expressions of sympathy. They helped so much. A special thank you to the nursing staff of the Good Samaritan Home for their capable and wonderful care and to Rev. Johnson for his many calls in the past and his comforting words at the services. The Family of Bert Spatcher FOR RENT FOR RENT — 4 bedroom, 2 baths; upstairs, can be subleased. $50. per month. Phone 14. FOR RENT — Furnished Apartment. Upstairs or clown. Contact Meldren Walker at the Gift Shop. FOR RENT — Modern Apartment. 3 rooms. Hot and cold water. Shower. Mrs. Martha Noble, Phone 2117. WANTED 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 OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to Rev. Wangerin, many friends, neighbors and relatives for kind expression of sympathy during our recent bereavement Also all those gifts of food, your thoughtfullness will always be remembered. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Solomon and family Friends, Relatives Here For Funeral Of Albert Spatcher Mr. and Mrs. H. F. DeBow and children, Larry, Lee and Lynne of Davenport came Friday night to attend the funeral of Mrs. DeBows father, Bert Spatcher on Saturday. They stayed at the home of her brother L. E. Spatcher. Sunday afternoon they called at the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. George Spatcher and Mr. Carl Bills and Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Badger, uncle and cousin of Mr. DeBow. They were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. B. W. Patsey and Mrs. Mina DeBow, sister and mother of Mr. DeBow at Maynard before •eturning home that night. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Spatcher and three children, David, Sandra and Julie of Storm Lake came Saturday to attend his grandfathers funeral. They also visited his parents Mr. and Mrs. George Spatcher and in the home of his sister, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins. Cecils will move Saturday to Ames where he will be on the coaching staff at one of the high schools. Among those from out of town attending the funeral of Bert Spatcher were TAis. Fein rnyne of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Heller and son of Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hughes, Gregory, Nancy and Jean of Waterloo; also Mrs. Claude Kadus of Sumner. ORDINANCE "~ ~ NO. 206 An ordinance amending ordinance number 201 by adding thereto requirements for installation of sanitary toilets and connection with sanitary sewers where such sewers are available. Be it ordained by the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Fayette, Iowa: That there is hereby added to Oulinance Number 201 following | Section 11 thereof Section 1 1 A and 11B as follows: Section 11 A. Sanitary Toilets and Sewer Connections: All outside water closets and privies, privy vaults and septic tanks within said Sewer District No. 1 shall be abandoned and removed j where there is a sanitary sewer i and town water supply available in any street or alley abutting on the premises on which said water closets, privy or privy vaults or septic tanks are located, on order of the Board of Health by its inspector or other officer, when a sanitary sewer is now or is placed in a street or alley within one hundred and fifty feet of the premises on which said water closets, privy or privy vault or septic tank is located Section UB, The Hoard of Health of said Town may order the installation of sanitary toilet facilities by any properly owner whose property abuts on a sewer line and may order the connection of such facilities with tlv Town sewer lino, when within one hundred fifty feet from said premises, and if such order is not complied with the Town Council may cause the work to be done and the cost thereof to be assessed against the property, which assessment may be spread over a period of not to exceed ten years. When such an assessment is made it shall be certified to the County Auditor of Fayette County in the manner of other Special Assessments, to be spread upon the records of said County and to bear interest at the rate of 6% iper annum and collected in the manner of other Special Assessments. FHS Class Of 1945 Holds Reunion Here Klock's Island in Fayette was the site of the second class reunion of the Fayette graduation das.-, of l!Mf>. last Sunday. Ten of the 25 members were present. The total present included visitor.-, and children was 35. A short business meeting was held following the picnic dinner. Hill Coliiwell acted as President and Ji i ry Hobeils as Secretary due lo the absence of Charles Miltle.stadt. and Duane Poponha- gen It was voted to have the next reunion in I960. Those pre.-cut were Mr. and Mr... Mom. Sehmelt/e (Helen Mafiioin and l.imily, Newton; Mi ami Mrs. Walter Meckel (La- VIIII (I.iwior) and son. I.ynnsville; Mi and Mrs Hill Coliiwell. Davenport; Mr. and Mrs. Nathan K i nip -ton, W'ati i lo i. Mr. and Sollies (Heverly Mrs. Bin- Mr. I l.iu el to; >w alien and an.I Mi.. I v 11! I e 11.' • Harold lam ilv. Bamont; Lainphier II lily. Fay- woiid, (.band .1 l McSweeneys I Rhode Island .cave ror Mraeis, Mich.; Mr. and 'Mrs. Lowell Langerman and family, Fayette: Mr. and Mrs. David Mc- Gcc and family. Fayette: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Roberts (Jerry Jarchow) and family, Fayette. Smithfield Jolly Jr. A special meeting of the Smithfield Jolly Jr. was held at the home of Norma l'uffett with Virginia Crawford as hostess. Norma l'uffett. gave a talk on her trip to Ames for the 4-II convention. After the business meeting a pienie was held in the woods known localy as the "Little Ozarks". The next meeting will be an all day workshop held at the home of Mrs. Turner, July 22. Norm,-, Pul'fett Reporter Mis. M .il gaud McSweeny and 1 daugbtei. Mai j and Mary left! Monday mm lung for Rhode Is land lo visit then daughter anc Attest: Mame L. Cole City Clerk FAYETTE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Special meeting of the Town Council, July 5, 1957. There were present - Mayor R. £. Causins, Councilmen Erion, WANTED — Housekeeper for full time work. Includes care of children. Phone Fayette Red 178 MATURE WOMAN who must earn their own livelihood. Start your own career in the exciting Cosmetic business as an AVON REPRESENTATIVE. Unlimited opportunities for advancement. Pleasant, profitable work. Openings in Fayette, Westfield & Smithfield Townships. AMBITIOUS MOTHER1 Need new furniture, T.V. set, or new car? A real opportunity for willing workers with AVON COSMETICS. Experience not necessary. We train you. Opening in Fayette, Westfield and Smithfield Townships. WANTED Local Couple as Part-Time Salesman-Dealer for Nationally famous "WONDA-CHAIR". $2,000.00 year extra family income. Leads furnished • Company man will train. Low payment financing helps you sell. Write for Confidential Interview. WONDA-CHAIR DISTRIBUTORS PO Box 777 Waterloo, Iowa Call ADams 4-6008 Mr. Prairie CARD THANKS With all my heart I want to thank so many people. First those who donated me blood and those who came toj donate. Also a special thanks to all who brought in food to my family, and had Don and Gary in for meals. And for all the many cards, flower and gifts that cheered me so very much. Also thanks to Rev. Wangerin for his many visits. God Bless you all, I and my family will never forget all everyone has done for us. Mrs. Don Yates CARD OF THANKS Thanks so much for cards, flnwerc, gifta txt\r\ oulta clnrir\rt my stay at Sumner hospital. I surely appreciated your kindness. Sincerely Mrs. Lloyd Miller sister and husbai Gordon Leech accompany then, lives enroule. d. Mr. and Mrs. ailees lletll will and visit rela- llenry. Add\. John.on, Schmidt. Atl'y Carleton Sias of Waterloo, Iowa. Meeting called to consider passage of amendments to ordinance No. 201, which relate lo sanitary waters and connections to Sanitary Sewers. Motion was made by Erion to dispense with the reading of this Ordinance on three different days. Motion seconded by Addy and carried by all voting rive on roll call. Councilman Erion then moved that Ordinance No. 20(1 be adopted, motion seconded by Henry. Unanimously carried, and Mayor declared Ordinance No. 200 adopted. Ordinance was then signed bv the Mayor and the C'ierk. Published in Fayette County Leader and posted in three places Mame b. Cole Town Clerk MAN OR WOMAN (Capable of earning $400 a month) BE YOUR OWN BOSS SPARE TIME — NO SELLING — FULL TIME NO EXPERIENCE NECESSARY We establish a route of Racks for you to Service. Self-Service Magic Toy To qualify you must have a Car -— References and a Minimum Investment of $495.00. For Interview, include Phone Number in Letter. Write To: ADAM INDUSTRIES — 170 W. 74th ST., NEW YORK 23 N. Y. By Lois Davis Here's a cheerful note for vacationers'. Where are you going? Up North for the fishing, out West lo the wide open spaces, or on a visit lo seldom seen relatives? No mailer where you go, enjoy your vacation advenlures 365 days a year by recording Ihem in evciling color slides or movies that you can show-again and again. Gelling started in color is easy AND inexpensive. No longer do you need lo be old and rich to afford color. Do you know that the Brownio 8mm movie camera can be had for as Utile as S29.75? The projector is S62.00. If you want lo renl the projector for a while-the rental is applied on llio purchase price when you do buy. Slide cameras are low priced, loo. From the Slay-Hex (S8.S0) to Argus C44 (SI 17.00) and all points in between you get fine slide piotures lo make your winter "arm chair Iravel" delightful. So you don't want lo buy a camera! Alright renl one for the trip. We'll fil you oul wilh just what you need. Don't go on your vacation without a camera for your traveling companion. See you soon! DAVIS REX ALL STORE Fresh Food CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Rev. Huscher, and Otto Finger for blood. I also want to thank my Doctors, C. C. and B. A. Hall, and Dr. Ahlens and staff of the Mercy Hospital in Oelwein. The W.S.C.S. and many friends and relatives who sent me cards, flowers and gifts. Those who did acts of kindness in the home during my recent surgery and stay in the Hospital. It will never be forgotten. May God bless all of you. Mrs. Harold W. Johnson OBITUARY Albert Morris Spatcher Albert Morris Spatcher was born October 12, 1870 to William and Ellen Spatcher. He was born on a farm ab°ut 5 miles south of Fayette, Iowa and spent most of his life farming in the Fayette community. He passed away at the Samaritan Home in West (Union, July 5th, 1957. He was united in marriage to Lela May Ogden on Feb. 28, 1890. Their marriage was blessed with five children, George and Lester of Fayette, Mrs. Fern Payne of West Union, Mrs. Irene DeBow of Davenport, and Pansy who preceeded him in death. Mr. and Mrs. Spatcher lived on a farm until 1931 at which time they moved to Fayette. He was preceeded in death by his wife in 1955 and one daughter, Pansy in 1916. He is survived by his two sons George and Lester and two daughters, Mrs. Fern Payne and Mrs. Irene DeBow, 7 grandchil dren and 12 great-grand chil dren and one niece, Mrs. Ardis Reel of Perry, Iowa. FOR SALE CARD OF THANKS I would like to express my many thanks to my friends, neighbors and relatives for the lovely flowers, cards and gifts while I was a patient in the hospital. Also for the lovely food sent in my home by my good neighbors. It wass all greatly appreciated and will long be remembered. Mrs. Geo Spatcher Don't let Skimming wreck your cai* — have your wheels balanced at. . .. HOWARD'S TEXACO _> •. Jt F/aytMe, Iowa One of the best Cafe's in N.E. Iowa doing big business, sell stock and rent building or sell all, sickness reason for sale. A good Feed business doing big business, handle feeds, seeds, Paint steel corn cribs. Near new building, sell all or rent building and sell stock, a bargain. 4. Bedroom House all modern, close to College. A money maker. 3. Bedroom House close in, all modern, in excelent shape, dandy Garage. 2. Apartment House all modern, newly decorated, close in. COMPLETE PROTECTION AUTOMOBILE PUBLIC TRUCKS FARM LIABILITY GENERAL LIABILITY WORKMEN'S COMPENSATION FIDELITY AND SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT AND HEALTH HOSPITALIZATION State Auto and Casualty Underwriters DES MOINES, IOWA Earl Schneider Insurance With in hot weather GE REFRIGERATORS 8 ft. at $179.95 to the beautiful new Combination Freezer and Refrigerator at $599 9!) FREEZERS 10 11 13 18 at Cubic Cubic Cubic Cubic It. at $229.95 $289.95 $329.95 $429.95 Schneiders ft. ft. ft. at at at ill Electrical Appliance Store FAYETTE FOR RENT 3. Bedroom House all modern, close in, a dandy. 4. Bedroom House close to College, all modern. 3. Bedroom House part modern, good Garage. All three have big gardens. ROY ZABRISKIE Realtor Fayette, Iowa TISSUE 16 .dbSLOO COFFEE lb. 79c SUGAR 10 ib. 89c Potter. V 2 7Q ICECREAM gal. JVC California Shafter in OA- POTATOES 1U lb* OUC Ebheimers OF* MINCED HAM lb. OOC Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa COME AS YOU ARE — EAT IN YOUR CAR DRIVE. SNO CREME CONES — .25 BEEFBURGER 24 HOT DOG 19 CHEESE .20 HAM , .30 CHEESEBURGER .30 PORK TENDERLOIN .30 CHUCK WAGON .30 MINCED HAM SALAD „ .25 MALTS .25 MILK SHAKES .25 SUNDAES .20, .25 ROOT BEER 05, .10 ROOT BEER FLOAT _ .10 .15 ORANGE DRINK .10, .15 ICE CREAM SODA .20 FOUNTAIN PEPSI __ .10, .15 Chicken-In-The-Basket .98 21 Shrimp .99 Shrimp-ln-The-Basket .88 Fish Fillet Jn-The-Basket .98 .... $1.10 POP .10 FRIED OYSTERS IN THE BASKET MILK .10 CHOCOLATE MILK .10 COFFEE .10 CRISP SALAD .20 FRENCH FRIES 20 POTATO SALAD _ 2 0 iiHiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiitiniHiiniiiMiiiM

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