Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 19, 1957 · Page 6
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and Mrs. Fay Paul Fay Pauls Note 56th Wedding Anniversary FAYETTE (Special) — Mr. and Mrs. Fay Paul celebniti'd their 56th wedding anniversary September 12. Ethel Himmel and Fay Paul were married in Smitlifield Township in 1901, and farmed in the Fayette community their entire life. Both are in fair health, and active in the work of the Fayette Wesleyan church. Mr. and Mrs. Paul have five children: Durwood Paul, Fayette; Mrs. Jack (Leah) Streit, Eldorado, Kans.; Mrs. Carl (Eva) Zupke, Fayette; the Rev. Oliver Paul, Waterloo; and Mrs. Clarence (Mildred) Nuss, Haw key e. A family dinner was planned for Sunday, Sept. 15. special proved. Bills F meetings read and ap- • read as General Mut. Co. iye;te t i>. Mut. Cn.. ri-iit- lolls :j9.4f> Oehvem Daily Ri 'nisUT. budnet 40 Fayetti- County I.eailer. proe notice:, :i!i.7lt Iowa Nat'l Nut his. Co . 100.00 Thomas Kuhens. lal.or 7U.50 Matt Parott and Sous Co., Ct. s)>ls. lti.M 287.76 Street Ki |Uip')ienl L o., FAYETTE COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS Council met in special session Saturday at 10 A.M. August 3, 1957 for purpose of discussing needs of certain streets, and making extensions of sewer line. All councilmen present. Mayor R. E. Cousins presided. Motion was made by Henry seconded by Schmidt that a sewer line be extended from Vine street across west Water street north to the south line of property owned by James Miller. Six inch tile to be used. Town to pay the difference between 4 in. and 8 in. tile from the center of the street to the curb line of Miller property. Miller to pay Vz of blacktopping replacement from the center to the curb. Carried on unanimous vote. Motion by Johnson that the following streets arRl alleys be oiled as a pre-coat for later surfacing. Union from the County road north to Madison (3 blocks) Jones from Madison north to Water Street (4 blocks) West on Water street to Alexander (1 block) Union street from State to Water street (1 block) College street from Alexander street to Jones (1 block) Volga street from Clark to State street (1 block) Clark street top hill to lovers lane (2 blocks) Lovers Lane north to Franklin (2 blocks) Franklin street from Lovers Lane to where road is surfaced (2 blocks) Jay street from Mechanic to King (1 block) South end of Main street. (1 block) Motion seconded by Addy. Carried. Attest R. R. Erion Clerk Pro-tern. The Town Council met in reg ular session at Council Chambers at 7:30 p.m. August 5, 1957. Mayor R. E. Cousins presided All councilmen present Minutes of last regular and Mainline freight A. N. Hansen, Joyce Lumber Co., cement Ed Campbell's Station. gas, oil Knight's Hardware. supplies Miro-Flex Co. Inc., signs R. I. Paul, welding Zeidler Concrete Products Machinery Co. culvert Bituminous Materials Co., premix Pennington Supply Co., Cal. chloride Huber-Warco Co., blade Fayette Stone Co., Andy's Home and Auto tire V. C. Benderoff Co., Inc. blacktopping V. C. Benderoff Co. Inc. patching, sealing Ray Buhman, straw 3.7(1 240.G2 4.05 77.04 30.07 20.50 o.OO 75 .(30 103.80 85.80 20.00 87.99 Supply, 33.33 4038.82 4600.00 1.00 9432.28 Sanitation Langerman Construction Co., repair sewer 60.00 R. R. Erion, supplies 40.95 Pixler's Farm Store, supplies Swomiey's D-X. oil W L. Nnding, Mid-Vv'<'.--tei n Pest Control, service Public Safety I.loyd Hull/man, police i'arl Masters, police. Martin C. Timm Municipal Enterprise Anna Conboy, wages A. Meryl Thompson, salary Recreation -iec'y Recreation Program, K. P. Vermazen, service Eugene H< ck, service Utilities State Hygienic Lab.. Interstate Power Co.. service Maine L. Cole. David McCnrmack. refund Ronald Young, refund 25.93 .90 211.37 10.00 349.15 21.99 14.60 193.49 230.14 17.59 43.99 61.58 40.00 10.00 10.00 60.00 10.00 239.60 140.81 1.28 2.60 398.29 Motion by Erion seconded by Addy that bills be allowed as read. Carried. Motion by Henry seconded by Erion that the clerk be authorized to issue warrants in the amount of $40.00 to the Recreation Program Secretary and $10 each to E. P. Vermazen and Dr. Eugene Beck for services rendered during the summer. Motion carried. Meeting adjourned '"i motion by Erion seconded by Addy. Attest Maine L. Cole, Clerk August 12, 1957 Council met in special session at city hall at 7,30 P.M. August 12. 1057. Mayor R. E. Cousins called meeting to older. All councilmen present. This was the meeting set for hearing taxpayers for and against the budget for the year beginning January 1, 11)57 il* was published in the Fayette County Leader and the Oelwetn Register. No objectors appearing — a mot urn was made by Johnson seconded by Henry that the council approve the budgft. On roll call, all voted aye. A bill for street resurfacing, sealing and patching was presented by the V. C. Benderoff Co. in the amount of $8,038.82 — contracts having been signod by the Mayor and Clerk in 1956-57. Bill was allowed on motion by Johnson and seconded by Addy. Carried on unanimous vote. County Supervisor John D. Fry was present and asked that the town dedicate Mary street and the County road east from Highway No. 150 to town limit. Adjourned. Attest: Maine L. Cole - Clerk F. U FOOTBALL SEASON H. S. — Sept. 20 I. U — Sept. 21 IS HERE! Waukon _. Buena Vista Here There Limestone and spreader trucks are awaiting your order. 19 SEPTEMBER 1957 NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Notice is hereby given of the incorporation of Fayette Stone Co., Inc., with it;: 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 (500) shares of preferred stock of the par value of One Hundred (S100.00) Dollars each. Preferred stock shall bear five (5%) percent cumulative annual dividend; it shall have no voting power at any stockholder or other corporate meeting, and it may be purchased by the cor poration 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 ull accumulated and unpaid dividends thereon. In the caso 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 corporation in excess of par value thereof plus all accumulated and unpaid divdends therecm at the rute 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 The corporation commenced business on August 21, 1957, and shall exist for twenty (20) years thereafter. The business of the corporation shalj be conducted by a board of not less thai) three (3) nor more than five (5) directors to be elected at the annual meeting of the stockholders on the second Tuesday in January of each year. Officers shull 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 tho 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 MARGARET KELLEY BECOMES BRIDE OF ROBERT KIMBALL Kimball, Kelley Vows At Hazleton HAZLETON — At 2 p.m. 'Sunday. September 15, Margaret Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kelley, became the bride of Robert Kimball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Burger, Hazleton. The double ring ceremony was perfomi d by the Rev. .P G. Koop- nv.in iit the First Presbyterian church in Hazleton. Candelabra was on either side of an archway decorated with blue and white pompons and greenery. Candles were lighted by Larry and Jerry Morey, cousins of the bride. With Mrs. Koopman us accompanist, Faye Holmstrom sang "I Love Thee Dear" and "The Lord's Prayer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore u floor length gown of flocked dacron illusion over satin. It was fashioned with a fitted bodice, scalloped neckline with long sleeves and a full skirt She wore matching pearl earrings WESTFIELD WORTHY WINNERS 4 -H CLUB The West field Worthy Winners met September 14 at the home of Sandra Miller. Roll call "What I have Learned This Year," was answered by eleven members. One visitor was present. The following officers were elected for the coming year; President, Junis Bennington; Vice President, Judy Langerman; Secretary, Sharon Thyer; Treasurer, Kathy Lambert; Historian. Dorthea Schuety; Reporter Lois Bennington. Mrs. James Thyer Is our leader and her assistants are Mrs. Joe Langerman and Mrs, Glen Bennington. We are planning to have a special meeting for prospective 4-H members during October which is enrollment month. Janis Bennington — Reporter and necklace and carried a fall ing cascade of pink delight roses. Her fingertip veil of tulle was attached to a sequin trimmed crown. Attend Bride Mary Ann Kittelson, Charles City, friend of the bride, was maid of honor with Marlene Kimball, Hazleton, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmaid. They wore blue satin cyrstallette gowns in ballerina-length. The gowns, styled along princess lines, had scalloped necklines and short sleeves. The attendants wore mitts and picture hats to match their gowns. Their bouquets were blue and white daisy poms in a classical arrangement. Best man was Donald Kimball, Fayette, brother of the bridegroom. Robert Kelley, Hazleton, brother of the bride, was the attendant. Ushers were Don Heath, Waterloo, Jerry Roepke, Hazleton, and Varhmd Fink, Randalia, friends of the couple. The bride's mother attended tlu> ceremony in a cocoa brown dress with beige accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Mrs. Burger wore navy blue with white accessories. Her flowers were also pink roses. Reception Follows Guests were invited to the reception which was held in the church parlors after the wedding. The three tiered cake, decorated in blue and white and topped with a miniature bridal couple, was baked by the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Wilbur Finch. Marlene Troutman, cousin of the bride, was at the guest book while Mis. Roger Duckett and Mrs. Don Heath registered the gifts. Mrs. Clinton Kelley, aunt of the bride, cut the cake. Mrs. Mel Gray and Mrs. C. A. Morey, also aunts of the bride, assisted Mrs. Kelley. Mrs. Duane Morey and Mrs. Dave Appelman, cousins of the bride poured. For traveling the bride wore a medium blue suit with matching accessories and a red rose corsage. After Sept. 20 the newlyweds will live in Hazleton. Mrs. Kimball, a graduate of the Hazleton high school, attended St. Lukes' School of Nursing at Cedar Rapids. Mr. Kimball, who attended the Hazleton high school, is a carpenter with Bob Babe at Hazleton. He served with the United States Marine Corps for three years. We serve home styled good food in a clean atmosphere. G &B Cafe open Sunday for all three meals. Fayette Stone Co. Phone 73 Fayette, Iowa jjj \\\ iiiiHiliiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiilisliliHiijiit HYBRID CORN AND HYBRID SORGHUM CLYDE E. OSTRANDER Fayette, Iowa (12, 14, 16, 18, 20) PIXLER'S Farm Store West Union It Fayette, Iowa HARDWARE & FARM SUPPLIES WE GIVES & H GREEN STAMPS plastic Silo Covers For 12, 14, and 16 ft. 3iot FAYETTE NEEDS APARTMENTS! We cannot meet the demand for apartment homing from new faculty, students and other newcomers. We have several large homes which could be readily converted into two or more apartments. For the retiring farmer in particular we recommend these for a new home and income property combination: 6 bedroom frame on State — 2 stairways — 2 baths — garage — new furnace. 10 room home on Water — straight north of campus — redecorated throughout. 2 large Washington St. homes — close to College and business district. See us for a variety of fine homes priced from $1000 to $9000 Spend the winter in comfort — rent a 2 bedroom home. Automatic washer-dryer, refrigerator, electric stove, oil heat, attached garage, piano, 2 rooms carpeted. ATTENTION RENTER $75 for one of Fayette's finist homes. $55 for 4 bedroom shingled frame — stoker and garage. Bob Anthony John Hofmeyer FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Licensed Brokers Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa Awcufo/itfofMkTl/6(/ RCA Save Space and Money, Too Th» Oalton. 6udg«t-pric«d ToUe IV) lb'2 »q. In. vlewoble urea. Ebony; mahogany grained or limed oak grained ftnlthel, extra. 21T820 Serlet. 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Choice of 3 beautiful fin- lth.»-2IT6<7S.rl.i *O0Q°° At* about tee »CA Victor Factory tervfee Caatrect e»eiuilv»fv for »CA Werer let ewoen, at Schneiders Electrical Appliance Store FAYETTE KAUFMAN'S Headquarters For FERTILIZERS Rgiht now, before freezeup, you have lots more time than in the busy spring season. Your fields are firm' won't pack, usually are easy to work. Fall plow "down gets Pelleform down where it will give uniform feeding throughout the growing season for more drouth resistance and more profitable crops next year. Fall top-dressing of hay and pasture crops means increased yields, too. That's why You Should Use S-D Pelleform FALL FERTILIZING PAYS OFF! Yields from fall fertilized fields usually match and often top those from spring fertilized fields —and you save precious time for your busy spring season. SPECIFY S-D PELLEFORM GET THESE BONUS VALUES Stores Perfectly Feeds Through Clean Practically Dustless Fast Acting Wide Choice of Guaran* teed Analyses. PELLEFORM FLOWS — And GROWS KAUFMAN FEED AND GRAIN Stanley, Iowa

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