Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 21, 1957 · Page 2
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 2

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, November 21, 1957
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Established in 1914 Published every Thursday morning al Fayetic, Iowa SUBSCRIPTION RATES (YEAR J Fayette County Outside Fayette County SECOND CLASS MAIL PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT FAYETTE, IOWA CREEK-BOTTOM COMMENTS -^NOVEMBER 1957 - by Reuben $3.00 $3.50 i n (louiR PRtssV r 7 ~>T7 I JJ Iflssodflnony j / NAIIONAI DONALD L. KIMBALL JOSEPHINE BORCHERT WAYNE BARNES BUCK MAXSON MISS ANNA WILSON MRS. FRANK CUMMINGS MRS. TED LENrUS MRS. RALPH DICKINSON A frw mornings ago, we were deeply shaken by u radio commentary in regard farm accidents. Last year, "dirt farmers" ,sufferer] 20 percent of the nation's serious accidents, although representing only about !) percent of the population. Something to THINK about, every time you W> "ear that corn picker, elevator, or whatever machine you're operating today. We frankly confess real pride and pleasure, having Dr. Garhee introduce "Creek-bottom Reuben" to the Governor,, after his . . . . address here. We said, "stand to find reniedies for Meanwhile, show liaiklmiie by eas- ure of til'" fool- acceler.'itor iiiU'llt toward easuu'. the EDITORIAL- A>STOCITATI'3N Editor and Publisher Assistant Editor Fayette Corrsepondent "?J« : „ In vot ed the tax Maynard Correspondent (n;, t Randalia Correspondent AGAINS'l Lima Correspondent will vole INSULTING THE TAXPAYERS (This editorial was taken from the 12 November 1957 Wall Street Journal. Ed.) To catch a few susperted swindle.sheet artists, the Internal Revenue Service has now decided to crack down on all sixty million taxpayers who get so much as a penny of their expenses paid by their employers. Thn new tax forms will have a special line to record thin momentous intelligence. Now of course most people in this category are ind we predict people who Mr. Hoegh lust year, FOR you, next year. He smiled, and said, "thunk you very much.,, It was quite a godsend to our shattered ejjo, to put on our best suit, meet an attractive young lady of the "press," and then meet the Governor. This, after having recently been consigned to the regions of the socially unacceptable, by .| (ijcc |ittle lady we foolishly altutnpUui hi coili'l- t '» » » » We have sadly come to the definite conclusion that one of a man can possibly do, is to be frank and honest with it NJCE littler lady. If we ever ugiiin have the wonderful good fortune to meet a NICE little attractive lady, we're going to be the sweetest, most tactful hypocrit, that our mind can devise. We hayc come to the vundusiun that tju't^ ful hypocrisy ix the very ussonoo of social success with NICE with the simply the agents of their companies. 7hey mav get an the most utterly ridiculous things advance for a trip or pay their expenses with their own money and get reimbursed by the company. In either case, for the vast majority, the money sijnply goes through their pockets; it does not augment their income. So it is nonsense to contend that the new requirement, which obviously entails enormous headaches for all concerned, has any meaning in terms of income. But if the Government is going to go in for this kind of foolishness, we would like to observe that it is ladies, particularly missing some bets. Why not require all taxpayers to middle-aged group^ ^ keep budgets of all their family expenses and submit a Cur (l .j t , lul c-harlie Webb detailed list on April 15? That way the snoopers in called our attention to what we Washington could have a lot more fun and also greatly l)linh « f '* ir l v sl »« r » mlct expand their empire. It would tell them just as much a^^^^Ji avari^As about total income—which- after all, is the point in de- a clincher, he doelarod, "there termining individual income taxes—as the newly- w «" be no buying or selling in decreed itemizing of company-paid expenses. reT'pew mutt "red, "we'll, 'Suit' It is bad enough that Americans have to pay con- ain't where small town business fiscatory taxes. At least the Government could refrain Wl ' nt " from adding the idiotic insult of calling every taxpayer bones has grown by leaps and a scofflaw. bounds, You must watoh the !—_ _ road ahead, the ears behind, the of split-second scheduling. You signs along the road and be alert THE DRIVER'S SEAT want to get farther faster, Admit it. Your super-charged chariot for unexpected activity likely to pop out from anywhere near is designed to get you there fast, bv - Tho safl;t y eonnoiasuers real- md modern expressways have speed. The experts, however, have had to find new ways to compensate for the fact that you're hu- Mr. Motorist, is your foot-bone man and, as such, are capable of connected to your -wrist-bone — no more sensory powers when the one wearine the watch, that i' ou car <; en * lon e at 60 1tha ?„ whe ? is? Is your brain ticking off time i' ou ro * e at * leisurely 40 mph as your foot ticks off miles on or , so - uo ' the ? e s less demand- the accelerator? ed , ™>wdays of your loot-bone Well, you 're probably a victim and vour wrist-bones, what With ol civilizities - a not uncommon automatic shift, power brakes disease affecting millions of mo- a ,ld , P°*' er steering. torist today, particularly in the J 5 " 1 the burden on your eye regions of the frontal bone, the wrist bone and the right foot bone. You're a product of a shrinking hemisphere, which is in turn a product of modern communication and modern transportation. And you're probably an incurable speeder. The situation, in fact, is likely to get worse — much worse — before it gets better. You, and millions of others like you, have been trapped in an existence Would you like to save • Well Drilling • Modern Equipment • Rotary Drill JOHN D. AKIN Ph. 2574 Lamont Day or Nite P. 2-58 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. Earl Schneider FREE EYE TEST BY LICENSED OPTOMETRIST OR PHYSICIAN (M.D.I — AbsolufMy No Charge or Obligation with this Ad If glasses or a change of glasses are not needed you will be frankly told. Mosses from $9.00 if Needed YOU MUST PRESENT THIS AO to Receive FREE Eye Tee* Service Optical Co. Iowa's Largest Retell Oprlttaes 303 E. 4th Street, Waterloo, Iowa THANK NITE $100. &$25. This]Saturday iBuiwaHaaaauMi^ A ' II ND CHURCH EVtRY WfE •» PRAy~YvERy'f)AV CHURCH SCHEDULE Grace Lutheran Church J. D. Wangerin, pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Divine Worship 10:30 a.m. First Methodist Church Paul L # Hutcher. Minister Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Morning worship 10:30 a.in Wesleyan Methodist Howard W. Johnson- Pastor Sunday SchooJ U-30 a.m Mornint' Worship 10:30 am. Youth Service 7-IS p.m. Evangelistic Service U P' r Prayer Service Thins. U p.m. St. Francis Church Father John Roskopf Sunday Masses: 7 :30 & lO.ltp a. Weekday Masa: 7 :Jfi a.m. Conie*ijqn,s: Sflt. 7 ;|UI to () pn Randalia Methodist Gala Hawhee, Minister Sunday School, 9:30 a.m. Worship Sorvioe, Hl:Hl> n-m. izc you're unlikely to i',vu\v a third eye in the middle of your head-bone, so they've eniue up with some other answers tu ease th» emergency. Road signs, for tuciunple, are being made larger, with emphasis on standardized shape, color and reflectivity to make them more visible, both day and night. Better brakes enable you tu stop a |itt|o closer to the proverbial djmo — qnd safety seat belfs hplp keep you frqrn breaking your nepk bhne on those sudden stops, So, cheer Up. Your peers In the traffic world aro doing their level best your iliM'.i ..r- II))', :i .inn the pres.- bone 'Hi the :i lorn', way <..(»ii)<eslion in .vim- head-bone. Big Stock Show To Have 'New Look' In Exhibits CHICAGO — A larger, more atlraeii ve International Live Stock K.xposition is in store for visitors at the big Chieago show this yar, according to Imposition management. The agricultural classic opens Nov. 2 l J for a 9-day run through Dec. 7 in the International Amphitheatre here. tiienti r space in the Amphi (he/iii-c this .var provides new and more enlarged quarters for several of the show deparlmrntH. Arthur (Jodl'rey, TV and Kadio star, personally appearing at the show, sets the theme for the H>f>7 Champions, as well as a number Kair" that will house 'he Hall of allow will) an eyefilling "Godfrey of colorful and interesting exhibits, in the norlh wing of the Amphitheatre. New Homo for Grain Show Donovan Hall, ;i llll.WW square fool newest addition, completed last year, makes the Amphitheatre the largest e.vhitition building in the world. 11 will house all the sheep and swine entered in the Exposition this yeuy as well as the International Uiam and Hay Show and the International Wool Show, The Hall of Champions in the "Godfrey Fair" will bring both live and carcass grand champion/ together for the first time. Carcass, grand champions get deluxe inmsing in u mobile Turbo-Chill display cooler alongside the lop live animals. Just off the Halsted Street entrance, the new arrangement should enahlu many more people to see the "royalty" of rnea,t animals. Arthur Godfrey Performs Qudfrey will ride his amazing trained Arabian horse at every evening horse show performance and at Die Wednesday matinee. Professional & Business Directory DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY AND ELGIN HAMILTON AND BULOVA WATCHES SABOE JEWELRY WEST UNION, IOWA Radio & Television SERVICE Schneider Electrical Appliance Store Call 96 Fayette, la. DIAMONDS SILVERWARE JEWELRY AND ELGIN HAMILTON AND BULOVA WATCHES SABOE JEWELRY WEST UNION, IOWA DR. PAUL F. GOURLEY CHIROPACTOR Monday and Friday Evening* By appointment, closed Thurs. Lady Attendant Phone 82 Fayette SCHNEIDER INSURANCE Life Aulo-Firo -Liabilily and Hospital Insurance 'Insuranoo you can depend on' PHONE BLUE 229 Fayeite DR. PAUL F. GOURLEY CHIROPACTOR Monday and Friday Evening* By appointment, closed Thurs. Lady Attendant Phone 82 Fayette BELLES FUNERAL HOME Prompt Courteous Service Ambulanoo Service Phone 199, Fayett* Fayette and Maynard YOUR FULLER BRUSH DEALER E. A. Underwood 2M Linden Street West Union, Iowa - —_ Gene Wm. Singer PLUMBING & HEATING FAYETTE, iOWA Phono 94* for Your Plumbing Heating & Wiring Needs Dr. Harry I. Robinson ' OPTOMETRIST Hoursi • a.m.— 4 p w. Ph. 158 o*c. Fayette Black 79 res. j owm Dr. Harry I. Robinson ' OPTOMETRIST Hoursi • a.m.— 4 p w. Ph. 158 o*c. Fayette Black 79 res. j owm Insurance — Real Estate FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 14 HOB ANTHONY JOHN HOPMKYKR | Insurance — Real Estate FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 14 HOB ANTHONY JOHN HOPMKYKR | DR. E. J. DAHLQUIST Veterinarian Phone 171 Fayette, la. BUY, SELL, TRADE or RENT With Leader Want Ads H \.iS(> Shows art' scheduled for all nine evenings and matinees on Sunday, Dec. 1, and Wednesday through Saturday, Dee. 4 through 7 Greater interest among livestock growers in the Carcass Contest has brought out a large entry in this division of the Cattle Department this year. Judges of the Contest determine yield and quality of meat in animals after slaughter. Top carcasses are auctioned In the arena at the Tuesday night Horse Show. International fat stock, both live and carcass, go to purveyors, retail outlets and hotel and restaurant suppliers that feature prime meats for tfie> quality trade. KEEP THIS AD! Over 20,000 Arthritic and Rheumatic Sufferers have lateen this Medicine since it has been on the market. It is inexpensive*, can be taken in the home. Pot Free information, give name and address to P. O. Box 826, Hot Springs, Arkansas. Impah Convertible wilh the wIM quality o| Body by Fisher. Bel Air 2-Door Sedan jhowlnfl new dual headlighlj, It sets a new style in styling. It takes a new approach to power. It's new right down to tfu> smooth and solid way it rides! It's long, low and luxuriously new-the beautifully moving '58 Chevrolet. It's new from ride to roof . . . from its bold new grille to its unique gull-wing rear fenders. And, it offers quick- responding power aplenty in any engine you pick-V8 or 6. NEW SIUlotjETTE, featuring a new body-frame design, is dramatically lower, wider—and a full 9 inches longer! NEW TURBO-THRUST V8* featuring revolutionary Wedge-Fire design achieves a new pinnacle of performance. NEW FULL COIL SUSPENSION provides cradle- soft action at every wheel, completely replacing conventional leaf spring rear suspension. NEW AIR RIDE featuring Level Air suspension* carries you on cushions of compressed air, with all its natural shock-absorbing properties. Your Chevrolet dealer is waiting right now to show you the beautiful way to be thrifty—tb* '58 Chevrolet, * Optional at txtra cost 581 KXWAMD NOM fim, •vSaMtij ?ClltVROL£T4 See Four Local Authorised Chevrolet Dealer

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