Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 4
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SCIENCE IN YOUR LIFE \\ Freezing In Summer CAI IITP TO THE QUi'ENI -TII.-M- Royal Navy ships ma- neuverUiiilfully II> i-T. •'im: u, ^.u,,, Kli/aU-th and .Tine, "lip a, the o.upk-. -,i »...Kl "... ...val yacht ISnlanm:.. cn,..,e > I„„tt, Soa. !••...nt U u..r II"-- aiiviuit cari-u-rs Ail. neu Ph the Royal, Albion ;<n.l l); ..a>. Say You Saw it in the LEADER hivtif ilylfd 26^ iq in. vii- Cho.O Of 3 l,r>.iii» VII Hi S«ri«> RCA VICTOR YOUR BEST BUY- otic ..f tin- Invest value, ill TV today— the new KCA Virtm A^hinunl. LEAN- lei -.ave ynii pnvinu* Timr Mpaiv. CUaii—U) blend with any ^ettitm . . . tiadniimal i >r modern. Mitmr- ijliaif>— to brinti ymi a 1 V pirtuir tliat ha, new depth, new dimension. ENJOY ii,-ir iratwe* hl:e "()m--TmK h" on-oll control . . . impi'oved Balaiacd Fidi-lity KM Sound . . . and many more. Come in toda> '. - . - - . f ^ UHF— UMFIVHC iwnf optional, •*ho. at Schneiders Electrical Appliance Store FAYETTE Seven million Americans can't be wrong. That is the number of families who own and operate homo freezer units, according to the latest survey, and they will be very busy in the coming months storing fresh fruit. With modern scientific methods, homemakers fire able to quick-freeze all summer-picked crops without fear of spoilage or flavor loss. They add ACM, a specially developed preservative which contains Vita,.- ,,- min C and citric J^^'W^ v-> a " home freezer ',Si,\'i' enthusiasts. '< g Housewives aro 'x' / (/* ^ discovering that i-rVW- / fresh-frozen she- I ' \ ed peaches make I * / one of the quick- «-dJ »Y 'v Wn est, most practical serts. Yet there Is one catch peaches are among the most delicate of fruits. They must be handled with the utmost care, and should be tree- ripened and firm. Blue-ribbon canners always aelect peaches that can be eaten immediately - so don't ever take any that are green or overripe for freezing purposes. To fix them, dip the peaches into boiling water for about hu!f a minute to loosen the skin and then start peeling. Slice the peeled fruit intq halves, remove th« pits and then cut the peaches into the desired size -. quarters, eighths, or what-have-you, Add one level teaspoon of ACM for each cup of sugar syrup. Kuch cup can treat two pounds of fruit, Slip the syiup-covered fruit into your freezer and the dessert is ready, months uhead of time. Next winter when the trees are bare, your family will be able to eat peaches (hut [astc like they have just been picked, Thar is why some seven million housewives will be fievzir.t during the warm months ahead. Cub Scouts Meet In James Trotter Home Maynard (Special) — An interesting and very active- game of "kick ball" opened the program when the den mothers, den chiefs and cub scouts of Dens 1, 2 and 3 were entertained by den 4 Tuesday afternoon, Aug. 13, at the country home of James Trotter. Later each of the den chiefs: Paul Thompson, Buane Wolfe and Jackie Ehk-rs, and his cub- scouts were given a map which • Well Drilling • Modern Equipment • Rotary Drill JOHN D. AKIN Ph. 2574 Day or Nite Lamont P. 2-58 22 Atj&j &r. 1957 in F« T .tie c«u«y tmm 1 Pag* 4 FAYETTE COUNCIL . PROCEEDINGS Council met in regular session at Council Chambers July 1, 1957 at 7:30 p.m. Mayor R. E. Cousins presided. All councilmen present. Minutes of last regular and special meetings read and approved. Bills were read follows: ^ GENERAL State Printing Board, Code 20.20 Iowa Employment Sec. Commission, 131.94 League of Iowa Municipalities, dues 55.00 Fayette County Leader, Printing 27.87 Dussel's, materials 5.00 Latta's office fixture 194.72 Joyce Lumber Co., Materials 77.72 Henry-Vandersee, supplies 4.02 Fred Dermis, labor 69.88 Pennington Supply Co., supplies 14.25 Director Internal Rev., 154.80 Iowa P. Emp. Retirement, 86.00 Mrs. Gladys Brownell, refund 37.50 PUBLIC SAFETY Cati' Masted police S*i>mey,'8 D*X, gas MsirVlh-C. Tlrrmi, 14.62 2.61 193.49 210.72 MUNICIPAL ENTERPRISE 17.66 43.99 Anna Conboy, wages A. Beryl Thompson, salary 61.65 UTILITIES 978.68 8TREET Knight's Hardware, supplies 12.18 Bituminous Materials Co., prcmix 52.87 D. E. Paul, repairs 12.02 Fayette Stone Co., stone 40.13 Howard's Texaco Station, gas 31.48 Aimco Drainage and Metal Products, storm gates 120 .78 A. N. Hansen, 240.62 SANITATION 510.05 3.85 Swomley's D-X, gas Howard's Texaco Station, gas 30.00 Mid-Western Pest Control Co., service 10.00 W. L. Nading, 31J.37 ass.aa would guide them to hidden treasure. Much excitement ensued as they climbed, crawled and dug before finding the treasure. Refreshments were served by members of Den 4, their Den mother, Mrs. Trotter. and Den chief, Gary Roquet. Other Den ger, Mrs. Richard Guenther and Mrs. William Tock. Mrs. Leo Simpson and Judy were guests. Den members present included Jerry Betz, Jim Trotter, Gary Hunter, John Tock, Jim Harvey, Joel Wood, John Parsons, David Willemssen, Dale Pliester, Ricky Guenther, Billy Albrecht, Gayln Hall, Eugene Ward, Donnle Trotter and Larry Simpson. Each gave Den 4 a big Thank-you before leaving. Interstate Power Co., service 238.73 Gene Wm. Singer, materials, labor 136.88 Mame L. Cole, 140.81 Iowa Pub. Emp. Retirement, 100.69 State Tax Comm., sales tax 40.65 Robert Spangler, refund 3.76 255.22 Motion by Erion seconded by Schmidt that bills be allowed as read. Carried. Council discussed further improvement at Town Hall by installing Venetian blinds. Motion was made by Schmidt that purchase of blinds be made. Motion seconded by Erion and carried by all council men voting aye. Adjourned on motion by Henry seconded by Johnson. Attest: Mame L. Cole, Clerk Special meeting of the Town Coucnll on July 22, 1957 at Council Room at 7:30 p.m. Meet ing called for purpose of pre paring a budget for the year be ginning January 1, 1958. Meet ing called to order by Mayor R. E. Cousins. Councilmen present Erion, Henry, Johnson, Schmidt Absent: Addy. Budget discussed and levies agreed upon. The date for hear ing of taxpayers for and against proposed budget was set for August 12, 1957 at Council Chambers at 7:30 p.m. Proposed budget to be published in the Fayette County Leader and the Oelwein Daily Register. Robert A. Lamphier made application for cigarette license d/b/a " G & B" Cafe. Motion by Schmidt seconded by Henry that License be granted. Carried unanimously. Adjourned on motion by Henry seconded by Schmidt. Attest: Mame L. Cole. Clerk Deadline For Officer Applications Set Candidates for tappolntment as Conservation Officers for the Jn\"- O i • • <i~n Oo-UUIllSBlUn have until 2 p.m., August 30 to submit application forms for employment. The forms, available from Conservation Officers or from the office of the Conservation Commission, East 7th and Court Ave., Des Moines, should be mailed or brought to the commission office Preliminary examinations will be held at 9 a.m., September 16. Candid-ates will be notified by mail of the place for the examin ations. Ship with Kenyan Motor Co, Fayette, Iowa THANK NITE $100. This Saturday ffmjmnniaiitng "Yes sir, for fast safe delivery of any kind of goods, I rate the Milwaukee right at the top! n NEW IDEAS* NEW TOOLS • New, specialised types ef freight cars • 3 "push-button" ycfds at strategic points • 1,100 miles of centralized traWccowtrol if Mechanized maintenance pracjjtcts y< Modern communication equipment ir Electronic reporting «f freighttr «ln IWtvements • 100% diesel and electric |4i%irS If it's freight,, we can handle It. ft it 's travel, let us serve you on one of the Super Doip &UWA'niAS or Western "CmBS" Streamliner- ..«.»- <• 'Cmss" Streamliners. A$k yofcr nearest Mtfjfuitftw Road Agtnt Milwaukee lfc>- The Friendly Railroad <| fa friendly Weit ^gj Salad with an international Flair! Add a little 'foreign intrigue' to your next luncheon party by serving Crabmeat Salad International! And this intriguing salad really does travel. It begins in South America, where the avocado originally enme from; then it goes on to Hawaii to add big, golden chunkB of pineapple. The final stop is Japan, home of the giant Japanese king crab and the tiny, exotic Mandarin orange. This combination results in one of the most interesting tast« and texture delights we've tried in a long time! The fresh-from-the- sea flavor that distinguishes Japanese king crabmeat (carefully packed in specially lacquered and parchment lined cans to protect this goodness) takes on added excitement when blended with the tart sweetness of the Mandarin orange segments and the pineapple. The blnndncss of the avocado is just right for the background. Served with the perfect complement of hot or cold tea—and mayonnaise to be added to tnste at the table—this colorful salad 18 a natural party dish! Crabmeat Salad International 1 6Vi-.ounce can Japanese 2 cups pineapple king crabmeat chunks % cup diced celery V* cup real 2 11-ounce cans Mandarin mayonnaise oranees 2 avocados , Remove hard membrane from crabmeat. Combine with celery, one can of Mundarin oranges, 1 cup of pineapple chun'.M*. Toss lightly with mayonnaise thinned with fruit juice. Cut avocados in halves. Sprinkle with little lemon juice. Fill centers with crabmeat salad, plac^ on lettuce leaves. Garnish each plate with i^naining can of orange segments and pineapple chunks. Serves 4. The examinations are for appointments in both Fish and Game and Lands and Water Divisions. Applicants should make certain they specify whether they are making applications for Fish and Game or Lands and Waters positions. It is anticipated that some ap- twinlmantg be made immediately since some vacancies exist in both divisions. Iowa State Fair Starts August 23 Des Moines, la. — The final 10- day schedule of major events which will highlight this year's Iowa State Fair starting Friday, Aug. 23, and ranging from a junior livestock fair to a 4-day rodeo, was announced here today by fair officials. Top events, by date$, will in- FREE GAS AT GLADY'S TRUCK STOP Every Saturday Night On Highway 150 North Fayette, Iowa elude: Judging 4-H and FFA livestock show—Aug. 23 and 24. Judging open classes in national stock show—Aug. 26 through 29. Harness and saddle horse shows—Aug. 28 through Sept. 1. Rodeo, with Rex Allen—Aug. 29 through 'Sept. 1. Musical revue with Brenda Lee, Aug. 23 and 24, and with the Lennon Sisters, Aug. 25 through Aug. 28. Auto races—afternoons Aug. 23, 25; nights Aug. 29, 30. Horse races—Aug. 27, 28. Stock car marathon—evening, Sept. 1. Thrill day—Aug. 26. Jalopy races—Aug. 24. The annual children's day will be held the opening Friday, Aug. 23, when all youngsters under 16 will be admitted to the grounds free, and will be guests at a free grandstand party in the morning. State Day, when members of the legislature, state officials, and other leaders will attend the fair will be Wednesday, Aug. 28. "With farm prospects and business generally looking so good everything points to a really bumper state fair this year," Secretary L. B. Cunningham said today. K TOMORROW'S SPIC/Al W Hills, Folgers, Butternut COFFEE _ lb. 89c BABO 3 cans 29c Waconia 100% Pure SORGHUM _5 ^1$ 1.19 All 5 cent CANDY BARS _ — 6 ^ 25c Hy-Pop POP CORN — 2 big 25c Frozen Sliced STRAWBERRIES 2pkg».$L00 West Pack PURPLE PLUMS 4 cans Si #00 Northern TOILET TISSUE . • '"'-t -K . - 3 roil. 27c XHl |fFTY FOOD MART ^fffl' ff H. A ,S$*Mt o

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