Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 6
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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Fayette County Leader Pag* Page 9 22 AUGUST 1957 Want Ads Classified (Local) 15c per line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per Col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c per col. inch. Card of Thanks S1.2S. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel Black dirt /or lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Handnlii phone 0617. (3-TFi FOR SALE — lift, used Freezer. Schneiders Electrical Appliance Store. Fayette, Iowa. <M) Did you find your screens und storm windows needing repair'.' — If so, why not consider having the famous Air Seal — Combination Aluminum Windows in stalled on your home by our factory trained installers. For prices and free folder write—United Window Co., Box 208, Fayette, Iowa. WANTED 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 & Smithficld Townships. 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 CORN REDEMPTION CENTER, West Union. FOR SALE — Scratch pads. 5c each. Fayette County Leader FOR SALE — Used spinel PIANOS from $295. New Spiiu-t BARGAINS from S495. ORGANS new and used from $41)5. RENIER'S Your Hammond Organ Dealer 531 Main. Dubuque, Iowa (7-ti) FOR SALE — White Sewing Machine. Mrs. Chris Rasmusscn Phone 242 US) FOR SALE — Crib, $5.; Washing Machine $5.; Student Table, $2.; Baby Stroller $1.; and High Chair SI. Phone 172 (B) FOR SALE — 1947 Studebaker Champion in good condition. Also two wheel trailor. Electric skill saw with track unci table, Gladiron Portable Mangle, ladder brackets and numerous other carpenter tools. Mrs. Harold Ash, Fayette, Iowa. (7-8) FOR RENT — 2-bedroom modern house in Fayette, full basement, electric water heater, floor furnace, telephone. Mrs. Carrie V. Talcott, Rl, Randalia, ph. Maynard 1805, HOUSEHOLD GOODS FOR SALE We are leaving town and moving into a furnished Apt. and have the following items for sale at our home. Gas, stove, Refrigerator, kitchen table with six chairs, washing machine, three tubs, desk, dining room set, card tables, 2 double beds, 3 dressers, 1 chest of drawersfi youth bed, 2 occasional chairs, matched end tables, large picnic table, 12 x 24 rug, 2 floor lamps, baby buggy, fruit jars, Framed Currier and Ives Pictures, bed stand, tool box, garden tools and other small items. Forrest Bear 519 E. 1st. St. Phone 240 M. Sumner la. (8) FRESH BEEF With that delicious corn fed flavor. Cut and Wapped for your deep frees© or 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 WANTED — To trade 16 inch sidewalk bicycle with balance wheels and removable crossbar, in excellent condition for a 20 in. girls' bicycle. Ellen Johnson- Phone Blue 89 (8) 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 excellent shape. Dandy garage. 2. apartment house. All modern, newly decorated. Clos in. 3. bedroom house. All modern, newly decorated. Close in. FOR RENT 4. bedroom house. Close to college. All modern. 3. bedroom house, partly modern Good garage. ROY ZABRISKIE REALTOR FAY1TTB. IOWA WANTED -- to store for its use a small upright or spinet piano Will give it the best of care. Mrs. Howard R. Johnson, Phoni Blue Hi) (8) WANTED - Our hot lunch cook for the Payette Schools. Apply to Supt. Pickett or President Eldivd Dumcnmilh. (8) WANTED - Wdl care for elder Iv ladies in my home. Phone 2U2 or write Box X\7, Payette (8) WANTED - Man witli sales ex penence of good character and well known in the community Retail or wholesale electric appliance experience an asset but not necessary. This is a golden opportunity for an industrious individual. Write Box AA, Fayette County Leader, Fayette, Iowa. (U-7) HELP WANTED — To care for', elderly people. Call Black 98. (7) WANTED -- Kitchen and Dishwashing help. Write Box 158 (7-8) LOST — 1/4 inch electric drill on 93 Saturday. Reward. Please return to Thomas Kuhens (7) VALUABLE DISTRIBUTORSHIP FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS A BUSINESS OF HIS OWN Expanding TV and radio parts and supply accounts in drugstores, supcrmakets, and hardware stores in local area. No selling, soliciting or technical knowledge required. Opportunity available if you are reliable, have a good credit rating and can invest $3300 cash that is secured. Up to $375 a month to start and eventually realize $19,000 annual net business. If sincerely interested in further information write giving a brief outline of background and phone number to Kagel Sales And Supply Co, Box 3511, Minneapo lis, Minn. <0"-7> CARD OF THANKS We want to thank all who helped in any way during the illness and death of our dear one, Hazel Jones. Her Mother, brothers and Sister TOWN Continued from page one Mrs. Alga Owen moved last week into the house she recently purchased of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Copp. WANTED NEW OWNERS FOR: 2 bedroom, shingled, completely modem old home — will contract. 2 Attractively decorated modern homes near UIU. Near westside home — double garage — large lot — very nice inside. 4 bedroom home — near business district — low down- payment. Inexpensive 3 bedroom frame — bath — furnace and 2 lots make us an offerl INVESTORS FOR: Spacious. 4 bedroom hfimo — larao a**'**"* »T-*--— — home and income from 2 rooms — S2000 down or less if mortgage assumed. Ideal home for student roomers — modern — garage — small lot to care for — owner says must sell! REMEMBER — We help you finance! Bob Anthony John Hofmeyer FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Licensed Brokers Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa Duncan Hines O d» "fl t \f\ CAKE MIXES Q pkgs. 3) 1 ,UU We have on hand Hunts New Crop Honey. Comb QO HONEY OUC HONEY 1 lb. 35C HONEY 2 lbs. 55c HONEY 4 lbs. 98c Potters Polar Pak x / 2 ICECREAM gal JVC Pfft Insect 7Q SPRAY each IVC Nu Soft Fabric y |7^ SOFTENER each *tiC COFFEE lb. 79c Head lg. OA^ LETTUCE LVC Elsheimers Q C MINCED HAM —— lb. QpC Pure Ground O d» f AA BEEF O lbs 3)1.UU Shop in our Air Conditioned Store Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa DeLores Solomon who has been assisting in the Clarence Nus home near Hawkeye this summer, returned to her home the last of the week. She will visit friends in W/est Union this week. ' • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Noel Broadbent and Chrissy spent from Sunday until Wednesday at Owl Lake, Wisconsin fishing. » • • • Mr. and Mrs. Harley Moore have received word of the birth of a son to their daughter, the former Dolores Moore, now, Mrs. Duane Brandt and Mr. Brandt of Clermont, August 9th, at the Palmer Memorial hospital in West Union. Myron Shepparfl accompanied by Al Beaver and George Snyder of Mechanicsville, Don Nachto- man of Fayette and Raymond Chase of Bettendorf, John Phillips of Wadena and Clinton Sheppard of Norfolk, Va„ returned from a week's fishing trip spent on the Trade Lakes in northern Wisconsin. • • • * Friday Miss Margaret Paine fell while out in her yard, landing on her right arm, breaking ,the bone aboujt three inches from the wrist. After having it set at the doctor's office she returned to her home. • • • • * Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lorenz and family are moving to the resi- TYPING PAPER One Ream (500 Sheets) $1.99 Fayette County Leader Fayette, Iowa i :;!;:!:;:::Hi !:i::i:!:i::i;ffl:!iii ;::::M The price of steel is still advancing and prices will continue to rise. Take advantage of the present freeze on our all metal porch and lawn furniture. A two seater porch swing, in colors of white and green $16.00. Metal Rockers in two colors. $5.75 CLOSE OUT. A used wood drop leaf table and 2 chairs in good condition $12.50 finished Ivory. SEE THEM A T DELS IN GS DELSING FURNITURE Phone 75W Maruard, Ia. inHi-ilHi-ilHHHiHHHHiHHiHU-iHiiiiniHiiHiniH denc6 on West Clark which they recently purchased. IOWA STATE VARIED INDUSTRIES tUUDING AUG.23-3IPT.1 See how easy It is to have 'year round' comfort in your boat*. See why UMMOX leads the way to healthful • enjoyable • economical conditioning of ttw air In your hone. LENNOX englneera will be present to answer your questions E. H. Carley Plumbing & Heating 129 So. Main St. Fayette, Iowa YewCMtfei MHV Opt* CATCH SOME BACK-TO SCHOOL BUYS AT NELSON'S SHOES FOR EVERYBODY From $3.98 up Ivy Leagues by LEE Black — Tan — Polished Cotton STRIPED IVY LEAGUES BLOUSES — SWEATERS ALL TYPES OF YARD GOODS FOR THE GALS WHO WANT TO PREPARE FOR SCHOOL WITH THEIR OWN NEEDLE AND THREAD. LEE and BIG SMITH Jeans for Boys and Girls Hose and Sox of all Kinds. SHOP AT NELSON'S SHOE AND CLOTHING FOR YOUR BACK TO SCHOOL NEEDS Fayette, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. David McGee are parents of a daughter, Roberta Lynn, born Aug. 16 at Palmer Memorial hospital. Mrs. McGee is the former Doris Hanson. Miss Nellie Fleming and Miss Anna Wilson spent Sunday in McGregor. • * • * • Mr. and Mrs. Loren Ostrander spent several days last week at Owl Lake, Wisconsin fishing. I NOTICE THE COFFEE NOOK WILL BE OPEN NEXT SUNDAY AUGUST 25th IS ::I:::::II:!!:::::IU::;:::: "I always stop at Jim's about noon ... he take's you out for the be*t lunch in the world at Ott's Drive In." It's much easier to close a deal When he's eaten a square meal DRIVE. IN By Lois Davis Now thai National Pickle Week. National Letter Writing Week and others loo nauseous to mention are past, I -want to declare a "Be Kind To Snapshoofers Week". For that reason I'm going to give you a few tips. For instance, do you know that black & white Kodak film is going up in price September I? If you are going to take any pictures this fall. (Did that lady in the Lincoln convertible say she isn't?) you'll need film. You'll save 5o — 15c on every roll you buy in the next 9 days. There, that's one good deed. Also, to save you snapshooters money, broken nails and ulcers, here are a few tips on taking flash pictures. Fall is coming and you'll be taking more pix inside (I hope), First — find the exposure index of the film you are using. Now that it is no longer printed in each package of film you had better cut this out and past it in your camera case. FILM Verichrome Pan Tri-X Plus-X (35mm only) Panatomic-X DAYLIGHT 80 200 80 25 TUNGSTEN 64 160 64 20 Use the TUNGSTEN film index for flash pix. 2. Find on your flashbulb package the index number of your film. It will look like this on a package of Press 25. 10 12 16 20 25-40 50 80 100-160 GUIDE NUMBER 100 75 60 115 90 65 125 100 75 160 125 95 230 175 135 320 250 180 TUNGSTEN 8 EXPOSURE INDEX SHUTTER SPEED UP TO 1/50 80 90 1/100 60 70 1/200 48 55 (Cut this out, too) If your film is Verichrome—Pan, you will use the 50-8—bracket. Choose your shutter speed-probably 1/56 and you will see thai your guide number is 230. 3. Measure the distance from flashbulb (in the camera, of course) to the subject of your picture. 4. Divide the guide number—in this case 230—by the number of feet distance, lefs say 12ft. That will be 230 plus 12 equals IS (appiox. Now. unless you have an old camera that slops down to an f/22 setting, this will give you too much, light and you'll give me fits when the pix come back overexposed. You can do one of 3 things to correct this: a. Use a faster shutter speed. 1/100 will be 14 plus, still too light for most cameras—1 /200 will be so fast it will blur yoUr; background so that isn't a good idea. b. You can use a smaller flashbulb: Bantam 6 or M 2—following the chart on the package as above, or c. You can stand farther away from your subject. Of course the baby on the bed may look like a spot on. the. spread—but by George, you'll have a picture! DAVIS REX ALL FAYETTE. IOWA

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