Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 4
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•r . - (frtfndpu Truman Made An "Old Grand-Dad" Grandpa, Harry S. Truman, beams at being inducted as a "member in good standing in the Old Grand-Dad Club." Said tht former president: "The absolute lack of controversy surrounding my elevation to this new position makes it a rare and pleasant experience." Presenting Mr. Truman with his certificate of membership is Milton S. Kronheim of Washington, D. C, also a member of the Club in that area. Fayette County Farm Bureau Calendar Friday. Sept. 13 Eden and Bethel township Farm Bureaus annual meeting will be held at the Alpha school at 8 p.m. There will be election of officers in both townships discussion of opinionnnire, and other program. Fremont and Harlan township Farm Bureaus annual meeting will be held at the Maynard School house at 8:00 p.m. There will be election of officers in Fremont township, discussion of opinionnaire and other program. Tuesday. Sept. 17 Illyria township Farm Bureau annual meeting at the school in Wadena at 8 o'clock. There will be election of officers, discussion of opinionnaire and other program. Monday, Sept. 16 The County Women's Executive meeting will be held on September 16, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette, at 1:00 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19 Fairfield and (Putnam townships Farm Bureau annual meeting will be held at the Arlington school at 8 p.m. Election of officers in Putnam township, dis-IL cussion of opinionnaire, and other \II program. Smithfield, Westfield and Center townships Farm Bureau annual meeting will be held at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette at 8 o'clock. There will be election of officers in Smithfield and Westfield townships, discussion of opinionnaire and a program. Friday, Sept. 20 District Women's Workshop at Fayette Farm Bureau building at 10:00 o'clock. Mrs. Roland Smith, Winthrop, District Committeewoman, will be present. Union, Dover and Windsor townships Farm Bureau annual meeting at the I.O.O.F. hall in West Union at 8 o'clock. There will be a discussion of the opin ionnaire and a program. Monday. Sept. 23 District meeting of the Public Relation Committees will meet at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette at 6:30. Thursday, Sept. 26 Auburn township Farm Bureau annual meeting will be held at the Recreation Center in St. Lucas at (J o'clock. There will be election of officers, discussion of opinionnaire. Friday. Sept. 27 Bank.s township Farm Bureau annual meeting will be held at the Bank.s Center School id 8 p.m. There will be a discussion of the opinionnaire and a program. Attention Ladies Oran township women's organizational tea will be held Friday, farm page 12 SEPTEMBER 1957 Methodist Teachers Study To Teach M. thodist church school teachers in ten northeastern Iowa counties will have an opportunity to go to school themselves September 14 when a one-day observation school is held at Strawberry Point. These observation schools arc designed to demonstrate to church school teachers approved methods of conducting classes and introduce them to the latest in literature and resource mate rials. Teachers attending the school obsei ve while a staff works with actual church school classes made up of Strawberry Point children. Under the direction of Mrs. W. aM. Hubbard of Des Moines, Iowa Area director of children's work, the Strawberry Point school is one of eleven such sessions in the .state this fall and winter. Classes to be included at Strawberry Point range from nursery through intermediates. Staff instructors include Mrs. Dwight Fausch of Maynard. Teachers attending the school will include those from Allamakee, Bremer, Buchanan, Chickasaw, Clayton. Delawaie, Dubul que, Fayette, Howard and Winneshiek. Crop Display For Field Day Fayette County farmers will find a wide display of grain crop varieties at the fall field day at the Carrington-Clyde Experiment Farm near Independence the afternoon of September 20th, says Eqtension Director M. C. Wangsness. He says more than 50 varieties of corn, 20 varieties of sorghum and 8 soybean varieties are included in trial plantings at the farm. Visitors will have- a chance to inspect all varieties, which will be identified. They'll also hear tips on selection of varieties from Iowa State lege specialists. In addition, there'll be presentations on fertilizer Wangsness says the topics "Liquid versus Solid Fertilizers" and "Proper Placement of Starter Fertilizer." The field day program will start at 1 p.m. at the Carrington- Clyde farm, which is located 4 miles north of Independence on Highway 150. crop Col- two use. are September at 1 the home of Mrs. Stenherger. Lesson Cheese. Bethel township take a trip to Red to the pottery plant on September 24. Anyone desiring to go should get their tickets bought :'M o'clock at Francis Gerwill be on ladies will Wing, Minn Curb Hours Weekdays Sundays 5 P. M. to 10 P. M. Noon to 10 P. M. Chicken-In-The Basket 21 Shrimp Shrimp4n-The-Basket FisMn-The-Basket .98c .99c .88c .98c NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the "•corporation of Fayette Stone Co.. Inc., with its principal place of business in Fayette, Fayette County. Iowa. The corporation will engage in the operation of rock quarries and sand or gravel properties, general construction, and, in general, to carry on any business not contrary to the laws of Iowa. The authorized capital stock is One Hundred Thousand ($100,000.00) Dollars divided into Five Hundred (500) shares of common stock of the par value of One Hundred ($100.00) Dollars each and Five Hundred (, r )00) shares of preferred stock of the par value of One Hundred (S100.00) Dollars each. Preferred stock shall bear five (f)';;,) percent {cumulative annual dividend; it shall have no voting power at any stockholder or other corporate meeting, and it may be purchased by the corporation for purposes of retirement, at any time after two years from the date of its issue, by paying the owner therof its par value and all accumulated and unpaid dividends thereon. In the case of dissolution of the corporation, or in the event of the distribution of its assets the holders or owners of the preferred stock in any event shall not be entitled to any of the assets of said GREETINGS Students and Faculty Plan to get-together for your favorite dish at the COFFEE NOOK Sandwiches of all kinds NOW OPEN AT 8 P. M. DRIVE JilJHE GREAT NEW N PRODUCTS IN KODAK'S NEW WOULD 1 V FOR THE WONDERFUL NEW WORLD OF COLLEGE BROWNIE StiUb CAMERAS BROWNIE SiljM^ OUTFIT u f " Kodak reflex camera in a top-value flash outfit j These snapshot cameras make color slides, too! low> low pr | ca _ bu , , M| eom .* > plele outfit features Kodak's great new Brownie Storftex Camera that lakes Ektaehrome color slides as well as Kodacolor and black-and-white snapshots. Outfit also Includes flosholder, bulbs, batteries, Verlchrome Pan Film, and full instructions. Davis Rexall Store Student Headquarters i or — Photographic Supplies — Gifts Jewelry — Cosmetics — Sodafountain —Come in and see us often — i Just imagine! These remarkable cameras make oil r/iree kind; ©f pictures — black-and-white maps, Kodacolor snaps, ami color slides with new Kodak Ektaehrome 127 Film. Easy, too — turn a lever to the type of film you're using (color or black- and-white) • • . then, just aim and shoot. Lowest prices —ever J* * DAVIS REXALL PUBLIC SALE HOME AND HOUSEHOLD GOODS OF THE LATE W. K. HUMPHRY WILL BE SOLD 1 TV antenna and rotor 1 GE cabinet TV set 1 Walnut gate leg dining table 1 Oak Library table (Large) 1 Large roll-top desk 1 Philco cabinet radio 1 Maple library table (small) 5 Matched dining chairs 1 Almost new swivel rocker 1 Davenport bed 1 Oval walnut table 1 China cabinet S Occasional chairs 5 Rocking chairs 1 Porch swing 2 Porch arm chairs 4 Dressers 1 Chest of drawers with mirror 1 Cedar chest 1 Metal clothes cabinet 3 Beds complete 2 Chests of drawers 1 Wardrobe trunk 2 Apartment gas ranges 1 Electric range 3 Electric refrigerators 1 Metal cabinet 1 Porcelain top table 6 Odd dining chairs 1 Square center table ,1 12 x 14 linoleum rug 1 9x12 linoleum rug 1 9 r 14 linoleum rug 1 Wood kitchen table Electrolux Vacuum cleaner 9 x 12 wool rug (good) 9 x 12 wool rug (Fair) several other rugs 1 Share local telephone stock Many other articles including kitchen utensils, dishes, mirrors, electric fans and 1001 other items. The house has recently been painted and has Green Colonial forced air heat, electric water heater and three baths. Two apartments upstairs,; One apartment downstairs; personal living rooms downstairs OPEN FOR INSPECTION Cql JorovThiele Afternoon Thursday, Friday Auctioneer and Saturday morning. TERMS: Cash on household goods TERMS on Home: l / 2 down day of sale/ balance on January 1st. Saturday September 21 1:30 P.M. •gUaiiHiiSilMHIHSMW corporation in excess of par value thereof plus all accumulated and unpaid divdends thereon at the rate fixed in the stock, and not in excess of five (5%) percent per annum. Capital stock shall be issued only upon receipt of full payment in cash or property as provided by law. The corporation commenced business on August 21, 1957, and shall exist for twenty (20) years thereafter. The business of the corporation shall be conducted by a board of not less than three (3) nor more than five (5) directors to be elected at the annual meet- in;; of the stockholders on the second Tuesday in January of each year. Officers shall be a President, one Vice Pfesident, a Secretary and a Treasurer to be elected by the Board of Directors at its annual meeting immediately following the annual meeting of stockholders each year. Private property of stockholders shall be exampt from corpo- ate debts. FAYETTE STONE CO., INC. Paul Templeman, President Howard Johnson, Secretary 1 1 1 I iji I Hi II! i s:i Support the Boys in their first Football game at Cermont-Elgin Friday night. Flavor Kist SUGAR WAFERS pkg. JDC Robin Hood 50 d»Q 7Q FLOUR lbs. •$•>•( 9 Bulk QQ VINEGAR gal eJifC (Briny your own jug) Duncan Hines Q d*f A A CAKE MIX O pkgs. <D 1 .UU Powdered or Brown OC SUGAR L lbs. LdC Gerbers Q OC*% BABY FOOD O cans. LoC BROOMS each 98c LETTUCE head 29c We have FRESH OYSTERS Pure Ground BEEF 3 ibs. 89c Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa Say You Saw it in the LEADER Your Corn is Money WHEN YOU SPEND CORN FOOLISHLY, is is the same as spending money foolishly I Your corn is worth about $1.10 at the local elevator, and when you spend TWO bushels of com when you should be spending one, it is a waste of money. For example, you can spend $13.20 of your "corn bank" to put 100 lbs. gain on a hog. Or you can spend $6.05 from your "corn bank" and $2.25 on our double balanced HOG PRO TONE SUPPLEMENT to put 100 lbs. gain on a hog. YOU THEN SPEND YOUR CORN wisely and save yourself $4.90 in your "corn bank". YOUD CORN IS MONEY! SPEND IT WISELY!! Our simple, complete hog feeding program is shown below: ISO DAYS SR£'S THE PROGRAM lunBiMiinra 9 C ramitu 8lbs. CRKPTONE.. for a twalthy ilorl (or Sw**l Crop Torn> SO lbs. HUSTIXTONE.( or fast Itwag*' yovrth 60 t>«. HOO PROTON! -extra proW gains Oround ft rNx^t^rW^d doubt* mm< 580 bt. YOUR OWN ORAM "' MOWS A Ml II. MM rORAIWt S 62 6 K >w rwrOMWttM «tw sdd vtumlw in* »« «*•« Al Lubbert feed Store Fayette, Iowa

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