Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 25, 1957 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1957
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Want Ads Classified (Local) ISc per line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per Col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c per col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Adreriising 20c per line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE FOB SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalie phone 0617. (3-TFj POR SALE — Modern Home, Six lots. Would make a lovely building place and plenty parking space. Inquire at this office. Ph. B - 76 FOR SALE — 700 lb. riding pony. 75 pt. threshing machine belt. Lee Wolfs, West Union FOR SALE — Pasture for 2 cows or 3 head of young cattle. Ph. White 190 Ray Iliff 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 — Used TV consoles, Coranado and G.E. 21 inch. Used refrigerator. Schneider's Appliance, Fayette. FOR SALE — Scratch pads. 5c each. Fayette County Leader FOR SALE — Spring friers, 90c alive, $1.15 dressed. Doyle Kauffman eight miles south of Fayette. Ph. 0706 Maynard. ANNUAL" FINANCIAL STATEMENT School District of Fayette Consolidated, Fayette County, Iowa, for the year ending June 30, 1957. We hereby certify that this report is correct as required by Sections 279.32 and 279.33, Code of Iowa, 1950 edition. Copy filed with the County Superintendent and .posted or published as required by law, on July 1, 1957 Eldred Dumermuth, President, Russell Swartz. Secretary. SCHOOL HOUSE FUND RECEIPTS On Hand Last Report 5349.89 School House Fund Tax Levy 6231.48 Total Receipts including balance above 11581.37 School House Fund Disbursements Total 5877.50 Balance on Hand June 30, 1957 5703.87 DISBURSEMENTS Merchants National Bank, Cedar Rapids 5307.50 State Bank of Fayette 570.00 FOR SALE — Spring fryers $1.00 live, $1.25 dressed. Average weight 3 lbs. dressed Janis Bennington Fayette. Ph. 2818 FOR SALE — Maytag Washer, Apartment size gas stove. Car pet and pad. End table with lamp. Coffee table. McLeese Furniture FRESH BEEF With that delicious com fed flavor. Cut and Wapped for your deep izeese ox locker Just the way you like it. While you wait. WEEKS SPECIAL: Front quarter .30c Hind quarter Slightly higher YOUR CHOICE BEEF CO. 1 mi. South West Union Highway —150 FOR SALE — Large size Burpee pressure cooker with tin can sealer. Reasonable. Stella Gleu, Maynard, Iowa. FOR SALE — General Electric refrigerator, automatic washer; 1 year old; like new, $125 each. Hand lawn mower, $2. Ph. 228. FOR SALE — Golden Yellow Sweet Corn. A. A. Bailey Phone Black 85 Fayette, Iowa FOR SALE — 1957 zig-zag sew ing machine. We have 2 demon strators at % regular price. Lifetime guarantee. Write- Major Sewing Machine Co. 546 Riehl St. Waterloo, Iowa FOR RENT FOR RENT — 4 bedroom, 2 baths; upstairs, can be subleased $50. per month. Phone 14. FOR RENT — Modern Apartment 3 rooms. Hot and cold water. Shower. Mrs. Martha Noble, Phone 2117. FOR RENT — Furnished Apartment. Upstairs or down. Contact Meldred Walker at the Gift Shop. WANTED MATURE WOMAN who must earn ih«U own livelihood. Start your own career in the exciting Cosmetic business as an AVON REPRESENTATIVE. Un limited opportunities for advan cement Pleasant profitable work. Openings in Fayette, Westf ield St Smithfield Townships. AMBITIOUS MOTHER! Need new furniture, T.V. set, or new car? A real opportunity for will ing workers with AVON COS METTC8. Experience not neces sary. We train you. Opening in Fayette, Westfield and Smithfield Townships. WANTED — Rags. 8c per pound Fayette County Leader. WANTED — Reliable party to take over seven payments of $0.37 each on a good Singer sewing machine complete with attachments. Write: Credit Manages-, Box 2085, Des Moines, Iowa. (p. 4) TRADE. Tall Corn Stamps for tickets to the Fayette County Fair. A family season ticket costs 30 pages of stamps, a grandstand ticket only 10 pages. TALL CORiN REDEMPTION CENTER, West Union. WANTED — Housekeeper for full time work. Includes care of children. Phone Fayette Bed 178 5877.50 SPEICAL COURSES FUND RECEIPTS Balance on Hand July 1. 1956 4944.15 Revenue receipts from District Tax 7912.99 Total Special Courses Fund Receipts 12857.14 EXPENDITURES General Fund 7819.30 Total Special Courses Fund Expenditures 7819.30 Balance on Hand June 30, 1957 5037.84 GENERAL FUND RECEIPTS Balance on hand last report 35,629.31 District Tax 82,276.92 Semi-Annual Apportionment 1385.42 Federal Aid None General Aid 10,913.18 Transportation Aid 2,876.66 Supplemental Aid 9,385.40 Other State Aid 24.48 Tuition Collected 11,941.86 Other Revenue Sources 4,621.54 Revolving Accounts 2,122.59 Other Non-revenue Sources 2,028.56 Transfer 7,819.30 Total Receipts including balance above 171,025.22 General Fund Dibursements Total 130,886.59 Balance on Hand June 30, 1957 40,138.63 DISBURSEMENTS Academic Press 25.66 Acme Chemical Co. 212.85 Activity Fund 357.73 Adkins Piano Co. 455.00 Allyn & Bacon 427.85 American Book Co. 239.94 American Handicrafts Co. 95.16 American Heritage 11.00 American Institute of Business 13.42 American Surety Co. 23.50 American Corporation 5.00 Ames Soil Testing Service 11.66 Ann Maries Workshop 4.00 Blanche M. Ashby 2828.02 Association Films 2.80 Audio-Visual Education Assiciation 2.00 M. R. Baker 28.00 M. J. Barry Co. 96.85 Beckly-Cardy Co. 1.60 Bell Brand Farm Supply Co. 8.35 Better Homes & Gardens 6.00 E. A. 3illings P. M. 91.48 R. R. Bowker Co. 6.00 Mary BVause 2512.44 Bremer Davis Phonics 25.00 L. J. Bullard Co. 56.56 Bureau of Audio Visual Instruction 90.71 Bureau of Dental Hygiene 9.74 Bureau of Educational Research and Service 86.76 Burroughs Corporation 12.10 Viola D. Caldwell 2704.08 Edward T. Campbell 3295.07 E. H. Carley 223.28 Carnation Co. 155.70 George V. Capell - 3538.39 Jo Ann Capell 160.55 Central Scientific Co. 18.98 Christian Science Monitor 6.50 Citizens Fund Mutual Ins. 165.44 Clearing House 9.00 Coach St 7quipment Co. 14.10 Co-op Testing Division 4.75 Continental Press Inc. 7.12 Craft-Cochran Athletic Goods 122.45 George F. Cram Co. Inc. 113.48 Creative Education Society Inc. 66 .78 Arthur C, Croft Publishers 28.50 Davis Rexall Store 414.52 Grant A. Davis 2699.96 De Moulin Bros St Co. 42.05 T. S. Denison & Co. 4.08 Eugene Dietzgen Co. 12.10 John Doland 2.00 Jerry Doyle 2.28 Mrs. John Doyle 6.00 Lawrence Doyle 597.45 Mary Jo Dneosch 466.36 Russell A. Dreosch 504.70 Drew & Drew 24.46 Droke House 4.75 Dumermuth St Fay 2J3B Dennis Dumermuth . 4.08 Joyce 1>tlsane1t 1948.12 D-X Sunray Oil Co. 210.55 Harold T. Earle 253.88 Eble Music Co. 58.20 The Economy Co. 10.44 Educational Music Bureau Ind. 130.44 Educational Specialties Co. 44.71 Encyclopaedia Britannica 9.90 Endgate Guide Co. 27.00 Ruth M. Everett 2392.44 Farquhar Transparent Gibe 36.02 Walter M. Farwell 3243.50 Fayette Bakery .50 Fayette Cons. School 238.86 Fayette County Leader 338.98 Fayette Co. Mut. Tel. Co. 185.75 Fayette Insurance Agency 274.85 21.39 Fayette Stone Co. Federal Reserve Bank Chicago Fidelity St Casualty Co. Field Enterprises Inc. Otto Finger Firemens Insurance Co. Janice Fish Follett Publishing Co. Fuhr Time St Signal Corp G. 6c B. Cafe Ginn St Co. E. H. Goeken Dominic A. Grasso Griffin Craft Supplies Grolier Society Max Gross Jo Ann Habercamp E. M. Hale St Co. Hammond & Stephens Co. C. S. Hammond St Co. Al Hansen Alfred Lee Hansen Hap-N-Kens Harcourt EJHace St Co. Norman C. Hayner Co. Heat-Timer Corp D. C. Heath St Co. Roma Henning Harry Henry Henyan Motor Co. Hertzberg New Method Inc Heston St Anderson Donna Heth Frances Heth J. I. Holcomb Mfg. Co. Hoist Pig. Co. Lloyd E. Holtzman Houghton Mifflin Co. Industrail Electronics Informative Classroom Picture Pub. International Business Machines Corp Interstate Power Co. Interstate Printers St Publishers Iowa Association of School Boards Iowa Emp. Security Commission Iowa Mut. Tornado Assn. Ia. Personell St Guidance Assn. Ia. Public Emp Retirement System 5534.49 Iowa Sports Supply Co. 2.28 Iowa State College 58.84 I. S. E. A. Library Service 120.38 Ins. 9336.44 549.03 131.32 200.00 257.20 901.63 99.28 19.89 6.00 215.96 703.41 3110.12 1.35 14.95 3.36 389.26 184.47 46.77 70.92 5.24 623.08 10.95 31.96 51.50 32.25 3.46 427.90 1.08 2.00 10.14 7.53 1.02 935.53 61.05 34.02 1343.54 82.23 141.00 16.45 66.50 2742.40 3.13 30.00 3619.46 95.10 20.90 4.60 5.16 23.95 5224.48 5.50 3.34 52.00 50.44 1052.80 617.61 749.55 29.00 2646.96 16.70 33.00 367.45 83.23 21.65 Publishing 1.92 58.91 Co. CARD OF THANKS I-wish to thank Dr. Hall, staff of Mercy Hospital, Rev. Kumpf for his calls and prayers, the many friends and relatives who sent cards and flowers and those who did acts of kindness during my recent surgery and stay in the hospital. It will long be remembered. God bless you all, Mrs. Waited'' Suhr Maynard, Iowa 114.21 9.65 24.80 955.53 7.96 22.00 3.00 2.28 2.7P 1.56 83 1268^4 2589.70 21.75 77.52 The Iowan Esther Johnson Herff Jones Co. Joyce Lumber Co. Jin. Scholastic Kenneth Kirkevold A. N. KJrsch Klipto Loose Leaf Co Knief Garage Knights Hardware J. S. Latta St Son Leader Bag Co. Florence M. Lease Life Scott Linge M.D. J. B. Lippincott Co. Lyons St Carnahan McCarty Upholstery McCormick Mather Co. McGraw Hill Book Co. Inc. McGreger Magazine Agency McKnight &MoKnlght Pub Co. The Macmillan Co. Margaret MoSweeny Marsh Music Store Mwtin Signs Albert Martin III Matt Parrott St Sons Larry Maxson Dale Maxson Major Metalfab Inc. Metropolitan Supply Co. Barbara Meyer Frank A. Miller Mill Owners Mutaul Ins Co. Minn. Woodworkers Supply Co. 18.68 Mo-Kansas Chemical Co. 162.15 Moline Body Co. 25.08 Charles Moore 571.45 Kenneth E. Morse 351.10 Motflkf Crab of Iowa 10.27 Music Corner 303.76 Terry Mullins 630.52 National Research Bureau 19.04 National Education Asm. 7.48 Nations Business 18.00 Nations Schools 4.00 National School Record House " 6.89 Charleen M. Nefzger 1914.80 Elmer Nelson 8.84 Robert Neumann 98.33 Newstime 8.80 NerWBweek 6.00 Nirna Sportsman* 11.26 Nu-Tone Products Co. 30.98 Oakland Educational Press 3.18 Oelwein Plumbing & Heating 672.08 Ronald Ohm 7.62 Overton Chemical Sales 48.35 F. A. Owen Publishing Co, 50.89 Pacific Press 104.21 Matt Parrott Sc Sons Co. 3.04 Lloyd Pattison St Sons 1.53 D. E. Paul 9X6 Stella Paul 132.00 Frank Paxton Lumbar 1 Co. 14.28 Peete Hardware 5.44 Margaret Pickett 2279 .91 Paul C. Pickett 6836.26 Pigett Supply Co. 43.78 Pinkerton Building Supplies- 234.42 Pioneer Mfg. Co. 81.22 Pixler Farm Store 5.50 Practical Home Economics 3.00 Pratt Paper Co. 317.87 Pratt Souncf'Film Inc. 14.69 Prentice Hall Incj 13.34 The Psychological Corp 4.06 Puckett Electric Tool Repairt ' 17.04 Pyramid ?j&er, Co. . t>19 Rand Mc rTaUy & Co. '"" 12.50 James H. Redel 3615.85 Register St Tribune Co. 24.85 George S. Richards 25.00 Rodale Books Inc. 10.43 Row Peterson & Co. 34.97 Rowland Music Service 42.00 Robekit A. Scheibe Jr. 4396.70 Lena Schichtl 2058.52 Wayne E. Schichtl 3012.90 M. J. Schneider 1.20 E. W. Schwyhart 3133.60 Scholastic Magazine 12.80 School Executive 4.00 Scholastic Coach 2.75 Science Research Associates 59.32 Science World 4.00 Scott Foresman St Co. 201.40 Service Chevrolet Co. 84.25 Silver Burdett & Co. 65.00 Simon St Schuster Inc. 13.50 Singer Sewing Machine Co. 24.89 Lowell Skinner 339.20 C. E. Smith & Sons 42.77 Claude E. 'Smith Jr. 603.55 Gordon Smith 3.00 Smith Corona Inc. 285.00 South-Western Pub. Co. 183.80 Sports 6.00 Stanford University Press 6.05 Stansi Scientific Co. 90.50 Standard Oil Co. 46.ou State Educational Agency Acct. 23.00 State Historical Society 3.00 Mildred L. Stevenson 2392.44 Leland Stiles 678.02 Grace M. Stlrk 2790.53 Emily A. Swertz B7.B6 Russell A. Swartz 054.26 Wesley Talcott :i.3tvi Tandy Leather Co. 8.25 Taylor Music Co. 573.73 V. J. Thomas 1.10 George C. Throop 15.00 Time 4.75 Peggy Timm 5.86 Todays Secretary 5.00 Town of Fayette 615.71 Gri-G Co. 1.98 Union Printing Co. 23.80 United Toy Book Publishers 02.75 University Cleaner^ 2.20 University of Minnesota 144.50 Paul Van Buren 3.36 Donald Vandersee 1178.26 Vestal Inc. 22.21 Vet. Historial Book Service Inc. 11.50 Victor Anlmatograph Corp 30.87 Waterloo Dally Courier 2.40 Waterloo Typewriter Exchange 280.20 Webster Publishing Co. 158.28 W. M. Welch Mfg. Co. 633.95 J. L. Welsh 74.46 The Weslin Co. 39.40 Western Chemical Co. 357.67 Westinghouse Electric Supply Co. 33.10 West Union Freight Line 3.40 West Union Appliance Service 100.84 Wheeler Publishing Co. 8.90 Whites Motor Transport 13.49 D. R. Whitley 350.50 Wilbur Motors 4567.76 Wielands Service 49.52 Wilcox St Follett Co. 64.80 John C. Winston Co. 110.43 L. A. Wooldridge 48.18 World News of the Week 39.50 Paul O. Young 16.15 Zabriskie Garage 653.54 Zbornik Body'Shop 164.87 Zep Mfg. Corp. 96.63 Glidden Graphic 19.53 Industrial Chemical Lab. Inc. 13.59 130,886.59 Local Scouts Return From Camp ' Fourteen Fayette Boy Scouts j and Explorers returned Saturday from a week at Camp Ingawanis | near Waverly, Iowa. In the group were; Dougles Fay, Steven Ver- i mazen, Allan Finger, Jerry Tann, David Burget, BtTrry Zbornik, I Mike Smith, Denny Van Bogart, Delbert Pattison, Ronald Maxson, Kenneth Butters, Ronald Olson, and Frank Pickett. The group was accompanied by Paul C. Pickett who was provisional camp leader for the troop. The group was awarded two plaques for "Outstanding Camp Site" and "Softball Champions". A number of individual awards were earned by the boys, as follows: Jerry Tann advanced to Second Class, Kenneth Butters advanced to Tenderfoot, and Mike Smith and Dennis Van Bogart advanced to First Class rank. A number of merit badges were earned; Electricity by Frank Pickett; Horsemanship by Jerry Tann, Ronald Maxson, Ronald Olson, David Burget, Delbert Pattison, Dennis Van Bogart, Kenneth Butters; Woodcarving merit badge by Delbert Pattison, Ronald Maxson, Douglas Fay, Mike Smith, Dennis Van Bogart, Allan Finger, Ronald Olson, and Barry Zbornik; Archery merit badge by Douglas Fay, Mike Smith, Frank Pickett and Allan Finger. Camper awards were earned by the boys in the following groups: Ingawanis Camper - Kenneth Butters, David Burget, and Dalbert Pattison. All the awards for the several camper ratings must be earned by meeting several qualifications. All must show a high degree of cooperation In camp and live by the scout oath and laws. For Camper, which is for first year campers, the boys must also achieve two of the following — be a second class scout or earn one merit badge, participate in camp improvement project or a conservation project, or complete scout swimmer requirements at camp. Jpgowanis Brave - For second year campers who have done two of these — become first class scout, pass two merit badges, or participate in a conservation project. Boys earning this award were: Ronald Olson, Barry Zbornik, Dennis Van Bogart, Jerry Tann, and Mike Smith. Ingawanis Sachem - for third year campers who have clone two of the following plus being a first class scout: take the camp canoe trip, pass two merit badges, or take leadership in a camp project Steven Vcrmazen qualified for this award. Ingawanis Chief - for fourth year campers who do two of the following: pass two merit badges, assist in the cam)) council fire, attain scout life guard, or assist the scoutmaster in instructing in scoutcraft. This highest award was earned by Frank Pickett, Douglas Fay. and Allan Finger. Three Fayette boys were elected to, and initiated into, tin; Order of the Arrow at camp. They were Douglas Fay, .Allan Finger, and Steven Vermazen. This award made to outstanding campers who must be First Class scouts by June 1st of this year. In the MVimming luce; on Saturday morning the Fayette group placed well: 90 foot tree style Smith 4th. !)0 foot back stroke — Pickett — 1st. 90 foot Alligator race Smith and Doug Fay 360 foot free style relay — Steven Vermazen, Allan Finger. Doug Fay, mid Barry /.bumik -- 2nd. 360 foot medley relay -- Frank Pickett. H o n a 1 d Maxson, Dennis Van Bogart. and Delbert Pattisim — 1st. 90 foot fie,- style for Scoutmasters i\,u! Pickett — lied for first. Mike Frank Mike - 1st. Fayette County Residents Receive Over $57,000 in Social Security Fayette County residents numbering 1,255 were receiving $57,393 in monthly social security payments at the end of 1950. The number of beneficiarlen Increased by 218 over 1955 and the total of monthly benefits being paid in the county at the close of the year was $U,5G0 over the total being paid a year ago, Earl T. Johnson, district manager of the Waterloo social security office announced today. These increases, he noted, resulted in part from the lowering from 65 to 02 of the age at which a woman without an entitled child in her care may qualify for benefits. Also contributing to the increase was the protection provided to farm families by the coverage of farm employment and self-employment under social security. Retired workers in Fayette County numbering 745 were receiving $40,108 in monthly social security payments at the end of 1956 while 252 wives and dependent husbands were receiving S7.198 per month. Children numbering 132 were receiving §4,690 per month while 27 mothers were receiving §1,336 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 99 were receiving $4,561 per month. In the eight-county area served by the Waterloo office a total of 12,580 beneficiaries were receiving a total of $641,300 in monthly social security payments at the end of 1956. This was an increase of 1,791 beneficiaries and S108.319 per month over the end of 1955, Mr. Johnson said. In the eight-county area 7,397 retired workers were receiving §441,924 in monthly social security payments at the end of 1956 while 2,320 wives and dependent husbands were receiving $74,664 per month. Children numbering 1,470 were receiving $58,256 per month while 302 mothers were receiving $14,866 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 1,074 were receiving $50,838 per month and 17 deipen- dent parents were receiving $752 per month. The eight-county area served by the Waterloo social security office consists of Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Fayette, Franklin, Grundy and Hardin. Nationwide at the close of 1956, more than nine million persons FORMER CITIZENS — Last week's former citizen, the bearded gentleman has been identified by Mr. W. K. (Hill) Earle as Del Hathhuu. who formerly mil a stoic here. Pictured above is another for your consideration. were receiving almost one-half billion dollars in monthly benefit payments. Commenting on the growth of the social security insurance .n the 20 years of its operation, Mr. Johnson recalled that the original law covered about 26 million workers; as of March, 1957, approximately 55.5 million people were in work covered by the law, and more than nine out of every ten persons who work for a living and nine out of ten mothers and children have u stake in the social security insurance program. Noting that old age and survivors insurance coverage has has taken hold in recent years, Mr. Johnson pointed out that three-fourths of the men becoming 65 this year will be eligible for social security benefits. Of all people over 65 years of age, 62 per cent are now drawing benefits or will be entitled to draw them when their income from work stops. The lowering of the retirement age for women was one of the /provisions of the 1956 Amendments to the Social Security Act and became effective last November. It applies to retired women workers, wives of old- age beneficiaries, and widows or dependent mothers of deceased workrs. Many women who would have had to wait up to three years longer before starting to get benefits under the old law became entitled to benefits in the last two mouths of 195G. Mr. Johnson pointed out that self-employed farmers were first brought under social security in January, 1955. Those over re tiremenl age at that time, or who reached retirement age before the end of 1956, became insured if they reported self- employment income of at least $100 for 1955, and again for 195C. These insured persons were able to qualify for old-age benefit payments during the latter year. However, the number of farm claims filed in 1957 will be much greater, Mr. Johnson said. While child's benefits ordinarily stop at age 18, Mr. Johnson caller attention to a recent change in the law which makes payments possible for a child over 18. based on the insured account of a retired or deceased parent, if the child became totally disabled before reaching 18. Payments will also be made to the mother who has the disabled child in her care. This provision did not become effective until January, 1957; consequently, disabled child beneficiaries are not included in the totals given above. Field representatives of the Waterloo social security office visit the following towns twice a month: West 'Union Oelwein, Iowa Falls, Eldora, Hampton, Allison and Independence. Waverly and Grundy Center are visited once a month. IHMDYi /or Skinless FRANKS _ Lean Ground ROUND Rib Boiling BEEF ib. 35c 49c 59c 39c Hickory Smoked BACON Home Cured Salt PORK lb. lb. — lb. Fresh Frying CHICKENS 29c lb. lb. 49c Smith & Sons Mkt. Phone 7 WE DELIVER Fayette, Ia. |{) "We moke a trip to see the scenery, and all he looks at is his OK Used Carl" / HenyanJMotor Co, Fayette, Iowa

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