Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 6
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29 XUGUST 1957 F_y*ti« County Loader PAGE 6 Want Ads Classified (Local) 15c per line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per Col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (Notional) 77c per col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE FOR SALE — Standing <'»ni 3/4 acre Mrs. Lubnn Skinner Fayette, Iu. (9) FOR SALE — Whitni-y Apples Otto Nehlson, Phone Mavnard 2608. (9) FOR SALE — Wuod Brothers corn picker. W. 11. Harmenig Phone 321-J, Sumner Iowa. (9) FOR SALE Closing out on Gas Ranges. TCA Estate ('.as range — $100.00 off regular price Schneider's Electrical Appliance Store. Fayette, Iowa (9) FOR SALE — 7fl. Used refiner ator. Shelvacior. '.Used 11 ft. freezer. RCA 21 in. table model TV with new picture tube. GE TV console 21 in; Coronadu 21 in blonde console; Admiral 12 in. table model. Schneider's Electrical Appliance Store. Fayette (9) FOR SALE — flVi Cubic foot Amana Freezer. See Nathan Humphrey at Trailor house back of Gaynor's Tourist Rooms. (9) FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHEL sand, aggregate Pea Gravel Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalh phone 0617. (3-TF. Did you find your screens and 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. FOR SALE — Scratch pads. 5c each. Fayette County Leader 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. FRESH BEEF With that delicious corn fed flavor. Cut and Wapped for your deep freese 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 — Reliable party to take over seven payments of SO.37 each on a good Singer aew- ng machine complete with attachments. Write: Credit Manager, Box 2085, Des Moines, la. (9) LOST — Light brown male IVrkingise dog. Phone 11. FOR RENT — 4 bedroom house, bath and half, stocker furnace. House in good condition. Contact Fayette Insurance Agency Phone 14 (9-10) CARD OF THANKS For fear I shall miss some of my frimds if I should send a note only to the W.S.C.S. I take this method of extending my thanks for all the cards and letters written to me, and all the prayers sent up in my behalf during my recent illness. May Clod bless each and all of you. Mrs. Edward L. Bellows 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 & Smithfield Townships. DIVISION SALES MANAGER Good opportunity for a salesman wanting promotion, Hire men. Sell with them. Excellent earnings. Old, successful Company. Must have car. We will train you and teach you our business. For details, write Sales Manager, 707 South 42nd St. Omaha, Nebraska. (9-10) LOST — Guernsey heifer from pasture near Wadena. Been gone several weeks. If anyone knows whereabouts please call Donald Dean, Fayette. Phone 5715. (9) Todays Baby Equipment Is Convertible, Convenient Iowa City. Iowa — Parents planning to take the littlest member of the family on vaca tion trips will find that some of the newer baby equipment will take less space in the car, ac cording to Harriet Stevens ,as sistant professor of home economics who teaches child care a< the State University of Iowa, Beds, chairs and pluypens that fold to pack easily are lightweight and versatile und pay back large dividends in the fun and companionship added by taking the littlest one along. With .such devices to keep him comfortable, Baby can go on picnics, on long drives, to the drive-in movies and even on fishing and camping trips. An ice-ches), insulated formula bag or old newspapers will keep his bottle cool, and a <W bottle- warmer will make it warm for his picnic. His usual box basket, bassinet or car-bed can be carried to and from the car and will fit in either the front or back seat. A diaper bag will hold enough diapers, waterproof parrts. a couple of shirts, an extra sweate,- and one or two bottles—if the trip is to be short enough. Miss Stevens points out. "When buying baby equipment in this age of mechanization, don't overlook the ingenious convertible combinations available," Miss Stevens advises. "Safe, lightweight strollers which will serve later as walkers huve a reclining back whicli folds down to make a flat surface into which you can fit a kind of low, padded box. This same box alone will also serve as >a portable car-bed and travel bassinet." Some carriages and car-bed bassinets are built so that the foot-end drops to serve as a child's car seat, after a pair of car-seat hooks have been attached. The body of one type of carriage will lift out and can be used as a car-bed or indoor bassinet. Some strollers convert into chair and table, high-chair, youth chair, or car-seat, or a swing-seat, and a plain table. Also included in the versatile equipment list, Miss Stevens continues, is the playpen which folds for travel. There are some whose floors can be raised or lowered to form either a crib or playpen. The legs of these crib- pens c_n be adjusted to make a car-bed and play area when the baby accompanies you in the autombile. No matter what specific brand or kinds of furniture you use, the basic pieces such as the bed and seats must be firm and offer support, Miss Stevens advises, Seats should' have straps to secure the baby and cribs should have safety catches out of reach of the baby and slats that are wide enough apart for him to see through but not wide enough for him to get his head caught. UNDERSTANDING IOWA CHILDREN By Lloyd Lovell LEARNING RESPONSIBILITY Jack came home from high .school to find his parents in the kitchen discussing the family budget. "What's the matter, HOUND'S TOOTH f UKCK. make* Ihii "lv»"-»Iyli>(| wool uporl ronl a favorlln hllioiig Ihc pri'p crowd, In oll\r, brown anil wlilli-, lt'» worti willi Imtli gray or liniwn wool Hanno! ulsirk.. IJv AinuiMin, STRIPED WOOL FLANNEL SI/ITS protid« a dUlinrlits ;io|« in "hark to ichool" apparel for hijsh arhool boyt, ffrrr, lighter gray stripes • hour up Sgajnst dark gray. It 's |hm.k»lt»if far f»\\ >§7, H-. Ben Wiener & Bro. ' HHmrmiim!i!!m»ni!li!!!;!!i;:i :K NOTICE C0NSIGNMET SALE SATURDAY, SEPT. 7th You are invited to list anything you want sold in our coming Consignment Sale.Please see or phone not later than September 3, for publication purposes. Furniture need not be here before Saturday but we must know by Tuesday afternoon. SID MOORE USED FURNITURE Fayette Phone Blue 208 #i!iiliMiii!lllfl!lim AH AS AMERICA US SAVINGS BONDS FOR SALE APPLES SID MOORE Fayette, Iowa Dad?" Jack ask#d\ "Is there any way I can help?" His father looked up distractedly. "Oh, we 'll worry about it. It isn 't your concern," he said. Jack looked at him for a moment, then left. A few days later his father overheard Jack telephoning worriedly about a Softball league problem. H i s father asked, what's the problem, son? Can I help?" Jack replied, "Oh, we'll worry about it. It's no concern of yours." Giving the growing child opportunities to help make important decisions and practice responsibility involves many conflicts. Naturally, parents don't want to trouble their children with problems (hat the ohildren cannot directly help solve. Yet many parents fee) that sharing in attempts to solve them la good experience und help* the ohtld feel that he is u responsible member of the family, that he is growing up, und that he deserves an increasing voice in managing his own life, inclucllnl his sf are of the family's life. Deciding what are appropriate concerns for the child is difficult It depends on the parents' own need for privacy, "and on the child's wisdom and discretion For example, some families feel that their high school children have no right to know the detail; of the family income and expenditures, but should know generally what the family's financial status is. Others feel that such children should help decide how family income should be spent. Still others don't want their children concerned at all with questions of finance. The ohild must eventually assume full responsibility for his own adult life. Qlvlng him practice in understanding what such responsibility involves, and in discharging it whilo h.e ig grow- in* up, may moke it wsier for him to handle responsibility when he 1« on hl« own, MOTOR MAIDS Get'Tough Policy Puts Safety Across By Jeanne Smith, Dodge Safety Consultant STRICT ENFORCEMENT of traffic laws can c\jt accidents in half. That's the That's $e Story, at least, in Medfprd, Mass., (Pop. 70,000) {Vice Chief Thomas Hirwan elevated. Medford from a dist accident center to one of the safest cities in the country, Phief Rjr^ wan attacked where Hissing Hiss Smith FOR SALE A good going Feed Business on Main Highway, near new Build ing. A good going business. Handle all kinds of Feeds, Seeds, Paint, Steel corn Cribs. A real business. Sell or rent building. Sickness reason for sale. 4 Bedroom House all modern, stoker heat, close to college, a money maker keeping stu dents. Terms. 3 Bedroom House, all modern, dandy Garage, big garden, .close in. 2 Apartment, allmodern up and down, close in. A real buy. Terms. FOR RENT 4 Bedroom House, close to college, all modern, big garden. 3 Bedroom House, part modern, on Main Highway good garage, big garden. Small building on Main St. make a good office or small business place. ROY ZABRISKIE REALTOR FAVRTTK, IOWA the accident problem from two angles. First, he set up a whole new system of investigation and inforce- ment, or what he prefers to call "constructive enfqrceitierit". Pne »f f >»t «»• »*•,'« |n nig office anc- pinpoint ever* accident. A complete card ffie covered all uartlcuUrs flf Wj» accident: When too, many accidents pccHTyed at § certain spot, a vigil was set up a{ the scene (o determine why, and immediate steps then taken to, rectify }he {rouble. Once the problem is found and measures taken to overcome it) strict enforcement i» used. "It had he «n proven statistically,' 1 says Chief jfirwan, "that rigid enforcement of traffic laws cuts accidents in half. I'm afraid I'm •o strict »n this point that Vr« incurred the dislike of some people —but it's rny job and duty. I look a$ ft thl| way; if ft can pre­ vent a single accident, it's more than worth it." The seoond part of Chief Kir•wan 's program is a system of education for both adults and children. He regularly visits churches, civic groups and fraternal organizations to show safety films, supplemented with large photographs of the year's worst accidents. Explaining to his audiences how these accidents occurred, he also tells how they could have been avoided. The school program in Medford is a rigorous one, starting fro** kindergarten, with lee- t«ff «*t *W »«S and ?»s»y con. tests (Wred to, the various age groups. A large green pennant is given to each school, designating that no child has been injured. When an accident occurs, the flag is removed, "The children wcjrk hard," says Chief Kirwan, "to keep that flag fly- Jfedfqrd/a twofold, safety program has jndeed been the answer to a serious problem. This is evidenced by an award of merit given to the city by the National Safety Council this year for outstanding Improvement in Its accident record. Other communities might solve their accident problems by following in Mecjford's footsteps. NOTICE We Will B« OPEN LABOR DAY .WEEKEND | NEW CURB SERVICE Beginning September 3rd 5 P.M. to 10 P.M. # Stop in (or your favorite food* and deMerU DRIVE IN -i Expert Care for your car... • WHEEL BALANCE • TUNE-UP • MAR-FAK. LUBRICATION HOWARD'S TEXACO Main St. Fayette, Iowa DONALD RUCK r /y"Walt Dism-v $p*tl«*¥ (M .por.d f©f ill* tlliob.lh K*my Fowidotton, NaHonql Hwdquarttri, 2400 foihax Towtr, Mlmtopoftt 1. Mtoi. Say You Saw it in the LEADER TWO VIEWS QF THE EDSEL four-door hardtop in the Citation aeries dramatically illustrate the new styling eoncepta which make all Edsels so vitally different. The vertical grille, dual headlights and wraparound turn indicators which follow the bumper lines, plus the concaye aide scallop and horizontal taillights blended Into the luggage compartment lid, present a i )mpletely integrated look of tailored elegance when viewed from any angle. The B -*el will HQ ui\ display in all dealer showrooms Sept. 4th. BUY, SELL, TRADE or RENT With Leader Want Ada inrnmmmiHKiKiniKr^ I if not, see us • Motor Tune* up • Wheel Balance • General Repair THOMAS GARAGE immmuHimuuiiiss^ CR1SCO Lion COFFEE _. 79c Sniders CATSUP 5 bottle* Sl.OO Ice Cream SANDWICHES Comet CLEANSER ______ 2 for 29c Kitchen Charm WAX PAPER roll 19C Red Star BROOMS 1 Beef LIVER a,. 19c Pure Ground BEEF 1. 3 _. $1.00 Shop in our Air Conditioned Store Goeken s Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette. Iowa

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