Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 14, 1957 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, November 14, 1957
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Want Ads Clawiiied (Local) 15c per line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per Col. inch. ClaMtfied (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c per col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c 14 NOVEMBER 1957 Corn feed Beef with that delicious corn feed flavor, cut and vrraped for your deepfreezer or looker. Just the.way you like it. While you wail. Yes friend we have tons of aged and cooled beef in guarters or sides for you to choose from. YOUR CHOICE BEEF CO. >t mile South of West Union on Highway 150 (15-16-17-1819-20) Blind Classified Advertising 20c ^Sd^uS^S^^S^d wPt* . _, .„ . r „ put it on in the spring? Minimum Charged Classified 50c p Fnn apphcaUons plowed down have given as good results as Did you find your screens and spring applications that are disk- storm windows needing repair? ed into plowed ground, says Agronomist Joe Strizel of Iowa State College. There are several advantages to fall applications, he adds. Ground is usually firmer during the fall. Soil structure For pric- isn't as likely to be harmed by passage of equipment. There may es and free folder write—United be some saving in price by fall Window Co., Box 208, Fayette, purchase of fertilizer, and time Iowa. mav b e l ess OI a problem in the — fall than in the spring. FOR SALE — Scratch pads. 5c FOR SALE — Eignt room house — if so, why not consider having the famous Air Seal — Combination Aluminum Windows installed on your home by our factory trained installers. THE AMERICAN STANDOUTS IN WOOL SWEATERS for the camput crowd are eardi. gnnt and also pullovers that convert Into sportslilrU. The red and. tohile cardigan, ut left, li knitted in the popular shaker fdlob, By Himalaya Knltneur. The convertible collar iwentcr-nMrt, at rifUt, sports an authentic Srutiilinttt' ;.:ittern. By Robert Uruce. each. Fayette County Leader on Water St. Priced low, to settle Estate. Ho f meycr & Anthony, Fayette, Iowa. (19) FOB SALE: QUALITY WASHED •and, aggregate Pea Gravel, MALE HEIP WANTED Black dirt for lawns and gardens MAKE $75 UP WEEKLY. Full Carl Zupke and Son, Randalia phooe 0417. (3-TFj NOTHING LIKE IT before — the Family Auto Policy. Coverage for ALL members of youj Food Ca _ 435 Monroe St _ Marjon or part time. Take orders for America's largest selling liquid fertilizer. Used by farmers since 1946. Liberal profits. No investment. Write "Na-Churs" Plant FOR SALE Ily-l.ine Yearling Hens. iHV — Phone 2H1B Mrs. Glen Pmnington (20) family — in hundreds of driving Xu"" situations. INSURE phone 14 for n the dependable service of the FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY (19-20) CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere Fayette, Iowa. FOR SALE — Used storm windows and doors. All sizes. $1.50 and up. United Window Co., (19) gratitude to all who so generous- FOH SALE or TRADE — Rem. ly donated blood, sent flowers, por table typewriter, like new. cards and letters during my re- Magnvux record player, 3 speeds, cent illness at Iowa City. All 4 . 10 shot gun> 5 shot DoU ac ti on . deeds of kindness while in the 2 2 single shot rifle, NEW. Two hospital and since my return electric fans . Ralph's Place. Fay- home are greatly appreciated ette Iowa . Phone 2 54 and I do thank you all. Mrs. N. J. Leaman FOR SALE ~ Muscovy ducks and stewing hens. 30c per pound dressed. Mrs. Ralph Dickinson BOYS & GIRLS — Meetings for all contestants will be each Monday right after school. Come to the Drug Store. (20) BOYS & GILS — Friday is the last day to register in the Rexall Boys & Girls Contest to win big prizes. COME IN TODAY. LOST — 15 hogs that escaped from pen on hum N.W. of Elgin. If found contact Albert Sehnor or Herbert Huns farm. (20) WANTED — November 7th" issue of the Fayette County Leader ut Leader office. FOR SALE — Wool rug and pad, Quaker oil heaters, end table with FOR SALE ~ A complete Boy lamp attached, coffee table, 2 Scout outfit. Phone 264 Fayette Maytag washers, Hamilton Beach FOR SALE Sweeper, Frigidaire Automatic Washer and Frigidaire Dryer. McLeese Furniture Store (18) BOYS & GILS — Friday is the last day to register in the Rexall Boys & Girls Contest to win big prizes. COME IN TODAY. Dressed stewing hens. Ray Illiff, Fayette. Phone White 190. (20) u /Axrrrr. A a . u c FOR SALE — Wardormitic Auto 7 1 September 5 maUc wash CJCce Uant condi- L "ader OWice ' * refUnd " tion ' Coni P Iete and ^-anteed. u.aaer uuice. Two yeaps Q]d> must selJ _ very WANTED — Odd jobs Phone reasonable! Phone White 89. (20) 188 Fayette. R. E. Farley (18-19) FOR SA ^ AAE YOU DRIVING The late W. K. a new Humphry home in Fayette — fangled car with old-fashioned corner of King and W. Water St. insurance coverage? Accident one block west on 93. Call or costs are up — are you protected? write R. W. Humphry or C. W. See the Fayette Insurance Agen- Humphry West Union, Iowa, cy for complete auto insurance. (20-22-24-26) Will take orders now for dressed FOR SALE — Dressed hens, *>«*«Y«. 9»ese. ducks, guineas .„„„,, ... , . . and chickens for Thanksgiving, dressed rabbits. Block wood, any D . „. , an , ri ,„ i . 3 size. Rowland Gray. Fayette. (19) I* 0 ? 6 1802 Ben D,lvU (20> CHASE'S IGA .2d Anniversary. NEW LISTINGS 10 room modern home on 5 acres — ideal for large family with ponies and pets. King Street Home — just right on terms, size and location for small family. Commercial building — excellent first floor retail outlet — second floor apartment convertible to several units, Fnyetto Insurance Agonrv Call 14 CARD OF THANKS To those who expressed their sympathy in our recent broav- ment, to Father Roskopf, for the music and the Rosary society we wish to publicly express our heartfelt thanks. The family of Thomas Hustings Sewing Machine, Singer, complete with Zig-Zag; new guarantee; pay 8 payments of $5.35, Write Mr. Marasco, 853 — I9th St., Des Moines, la. Machine may be seen in Fayette, Iowa (20) ~~ "EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY" Fcr reliable person, man or lady, with vision and ability to act immediately for a lifetime of assured income. To service route of Sanitary Napkins established locally for operator. S900 to $1800 cash investment required, THE RETURN OF WHICH IS GUARANTEED IN WRITING BY US. for you to earn up to $284 per month part time. You can net up to $18,000 annually on a full time basis, We are an established rep. utable concern with the finest and oldest name brand equip, ment. If you have the cash and are sincerely Interested please write giving your phone number and brief background for a local interview at your convenience. L & M DISTRIBUTING. INC. — 6513 Cedar Ave. So. — Minneapolis 23. Minnesota BOYS & GILS — Friday is the last day to register in the Rexall Boys & Girls Con tost to win big prizes. COME IN TODAY. PAST FINES IN ~~ WOOLRIDGK COURT October 0 — UurvoU Bowers, Huwkeye. Fined $10.00 and cost. Hunting without a license. November 9 — Darrell Shepard, Mystic, Iowa. Fined $25.00 and cost. Loaded and assembled gun in car on highway. November 9 — Don McLeish, Maynard. Fined $25.00 and cost. Loaded and assembled gun in car on highway. November 9 — Lloyd 3echtel, .?/<<• Pii'h' h.ls bteit thc/H jn.i C/i.trLi the oppressed." Viomof J 'j'-ri/ The Bible — Magna Charta Of The 0,y ; Waukon. Fined S15.00 and cost. Assembled gun in car. November 9 — Vernon Sims, Cedar Rapids. Fined S25.00 and cost. Loaded and assembled gun in car on highway. November 9 — Clark De Moss, St. Joseph, Missouri. Fined $15 and cost. Assembled gun in car. November 10 — Bob Rogers, Arlington. Fined $10.00 und cost, Hunting without a license, Novomber 10 — Alan Hutchinson, Arlington, Fined SI0.00 and cost. Hunting without a license. November 10 — Lyle Spargrove, Marian. Fined $10.00 and cost. Hunting without a license. November 10 — Elroy Huebner, Strawberry Point. Fined $25.00 and cost. Loaded and assembled gun in car on highway. November 10 — Ralph Bergcr, Volga, Fined $15.00 and cost. Assembled gun in car. Cinerama's 'Seven Wonders' Breaks Long-Run Records "Seven Wonders of the World", the Lowell Thomas production in Cinerama, this week broke all records for extended runs in the five-stale Northwest area. On Sunday (Nov. 10) this third Cin­ erama picture started the 67th week of its presentation at the Century Theatre in Minneapolis. "This is Cinerama", the first production in the new process that "puts the spectator in the picture", ran 06 continuous weeks at the Century, according to Paul Swater, managing director. The second one, "Cinerama Holiday", had a 54-week showing at the Century, which serves Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, South Dakota, Iowa and sections of Canada for Cinerama productions. 'Seven Wonders of the World" has been viewed by more than 680,000 persons during the past 66 weeks, oftentimes to theatre- capacity audiences, Swater said. During this long run, 12,083 miles of film were projected on the Cinerama screen from the three projection booths in thy specially-equipped Century Theatre. Recent patrons of "Seven Wonders" have come not only from the five-state area and Canada, but from Australia, France, Puerto Rico, Mexico, Turkey, Argentina, India, Norway, the Philippines, Finland, Hawaii, Spain. Korea, the British Isles, Guatemales, The Netherlands, Egypt, Germany and Austria. Luwell Thomas produced and acted as commentator in the fourth Cinerama production, "Search for Paradise," which is scheduled to open soon at the Century Theatre. Solid ^C T :^;/lA' , Mal:es TV Star Of Panel Door One of many reasons televl-j sion scenic designers prefer to use pine panel doors on their, sets is the solid sound they maka when they swing shut. \ "There's no annoying clatter; when a nervous actor happens to slam a panel door," says top designer Larry Eggleton, of CBS-TV. "Just a solid 'chunk.'" • Eggleton, who designs sets for Studio One, often uses stock, panel doors of ponderosa pine. 'The panels give us good three- dimensional, textured quality in w-* 1 O 1 ' • J backgrounds," he says, "and the f* jtlVl ^i** rl II t**l CI PW* pine is easy to stain or paint for * UVllUVluvi the effect we need." Would you like to save some money on your insurance and still have the best protection you can get,, if so it will pay you to see 603 Madison St., Fayette or phone Blue 229 and he will call on you. HELP THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY Oscar Mayer All Meat OA MINCED HAM lb. &VC Oscar Mayer All Meat WIENERS 2 ib.. 75c FREE 25 Picnic HAMS Robin Hood tf»Q Cft FLOUR DU lbs. BANANAS lb. 10c CELERY 19c TOMATOES . 19c POTATOES 10«... 29c 303 Size |A PEAS OR CORN each iUC PLUS MANY MANY MORE SPECIALS Free Whittles, Balloons, and Ice Cream Cones to the KIDDIES. TO YOUR LOCAL UNIT COMMENTATOR, world-traveler and official U.S. representative to the court of Nepal, Lowell Thomas is the producer of the fourth film in Cinerama, "Search for Paradise," which pictures the coronation of the new King Mahendra of Nepal. Thomas also is the producer of "Seven Wonders of the World," the third Cinerama presentation, which just broke all Northwest theatre records for an extended run of 67 weeks at the Century Theatre in Minneapolis. The Century has scheduled "Search" as its nert attraction. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION FOR RETARDED CHILDREN High School! CARNIVAL PRIZES FOR BEST COSTUME November 15 at High School Gym. Fun begins at 5:00 P. Ml * Everyone is invited ' Pure Ground Q BEEF O lbs. Octagon *7 SOAP I bars Eatwell O GRATED TUNA L cans Lion COFFEE lb. Wax PAPER box large CAUFLOWER head I ORANGES doz. Long Horn CHEESE lb. OYSTERS pt. 89c 25c 47c 79c 19c 29c 49c 49c 98c Goeken's Food Mkt Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa OTfiMilllilliili^^ THANK NITE SI 00.00 This Saturday BSBmRUHlUtUnHttS^

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