Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 5, 1957 · Page 2
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 5, 1957
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[FAYET? Fayttu CJ; Outside Fay: Established in 1M|4 SUBSCRIPTION RATES SECOND CLASS MAIL PRIVILEGES AUTHORIZED AT FAYETTE, IOWA i YEAR' So. CO «-? 53 N A T i 0 N A t D i T 0 R I A I AS?OC«~ATi©N AfflllATI MfHIII DONALD L KIMBALL JOSEPHINE BORCHERT WAYNE BARNES BUCK MAXSON MISS ANNA WILSON MRS. FRANK CUMMING5 MRS. TED LENPJS MRS. RALPH DICKINSON L.nc-: r.t Ed: Or-tr;-. 5 DECEMBER 1957 CREEK-BOTTOM COMMENTS by Reuben N* -: ? a ?u :.jay Aiii be the 16th ..:::..:•< rfir> of the Pearl Harbor < Tr.i-rc will likely be some ?r--:-:-."r. rr.iking. Once again we that silly thread-bare • :he Japanese sneak at*:>ck Pearl Harbor". Did you ever p..use to meditate, just .-v d:d the Japs "sneak" *.: They "sneaked" across -..-dr>:.-;< of miles of wide-open Paocean. That's how they '•jr.eaked". The success of the Jap attack %vas not due to their planning, but Ito the .vn land. a* • n ported uh may obit nearest Professional & Business Directory CHURCH SCHEDULE Grace Lutheran Church J. D. Wangerin, pastor Sunday School ._ 9:30 a.m. Divine Worship 10:30 a.m. First Methodist Church P«ul L Husciier. Minister 9:30 a.m. Fayette Cc rrn-j; •.••nil r.t Maynard Correspondent Randaha Correspondent Ltrna Correspondent utterly wretched lack of U .S. Sunday School at fense. Both morals & morale at the I.-lnnd Base were at absolute Morning worship 10:30 a .m. '.-r .ib -tnie. The General and the Admiral were not on speaking terms The top-sergeant was . 11 -Mil:. ( 'lit! IKE AND HIS ILLNESSES Wesleyan Methodist Howard W. Johnson- Pastor making love to the Captam 's wife gund , g :30 while the Captain was out chas- w . „, ptu ins Hulu fiirls. Everybody was asleep at the switch, or the switch was dis-mantled for repairs. The third Roosevelt Administration permitted this fltiiico to happen, to get national unity and a fighting war spirit. In that aspect it was a great success, but at a terrible price, on the part of Sunday Masses: 7:30 & 10:30 a the junior officers and enlisted Weekday Mass: 7:15 a.m. men who fought bravely to death, lifter it was too late, that sunny The fact that the illness of a single man tho he be President of the United States, can affect our markets and determine indirectly the daily lives of many people is a matter of profound wonder to many of us. It is no secret that President Eisenhower has been having a rough time with his health. His heart attacks, indigestion, and recent "mild stroke" cause many of UB to wonder if the man is physically able to carry on the Sund..y morning. Considering their wide-open chpnee, the Japs didn't do so good, Undue exuc(. - • ..- ii.ii reverse circumstances, 353 carrier jree things come to one s mind each time the black , jn!)( , (| Aino| , jcDn dlve . b ombers head.ines report another in the current series of Ike illnesses. These are ( I ) the conditions of the market, (2) who determines the President's ability to serve and (3) will Nixon become President very soon. The affect of the President's health must be considered in several ways. The stock market inevitably goes down. The government is spending billions and while its solid those firm making supplies for our "cold" Morning Worship 10:30 am VTouth Service 7:15 p .m. Evangelistic Service b p.nt Prayer Service Thurs. 8 p.m. St Francis Church Father John Roskopf Confessions: Sat. 7:30 to 9 p.n duties of the President. Three thi wiped out (hp Jap to the liut tug'boat, would have fleet, down Mr. Jones was a successful office manager, but he delighted in flirting with the many office girls. Mrs. Jones became terribly upset about this, and wppte a Randalia Methodist Oale Hawhee. MinUter Sunday S0hp(il, 0:30 a.m. Worship Service, 10:30 a.m. carries tuxlo substances or will cause digestive dinteubunces and tho like. Teats to determine these factors are costly. They can be done only in well and specially equipped laboratories. If you want this kind of work, Johnson says, you, should make arrange- t am,'.; s ,-.!.,tt ( .i,-. i v.. •.oii'> i;,i/ne division .miiouiK-cd checking . ' '• piii pi'-<' of gath- .ii :;„i!in»i e'liiceininji ' "ii. ;iu<\ i ft ht and ."• • • -.-iiiy tin- iiKinag'-- d'-i-r populntirm. <:iin: -t;iti.»n will be Quinn Brothers • !i"n in «-a.-:t Chi 'i 'okt-e. on State Highway <.:.'.' i will be at the Service Station in La.'i".imt- Tho station Hiithway No. f) and is . :bat u.-eil last year. >n to those stations, 11 :oi vation Commission cv t •'••< ! will In- > In tinned : illov. IIU: Iie.v.'i cities and Miiii-n:'<». Oscenlii, Sioux Coimril Bluffs, Maquokoi;,, •i fi. i'.oniii . Guthrie Center, ,,ii ;.;i.| Fore..I City. The 11 hold r:,e. !:e: • ,vill check deer in Iprlu-r ) • I -1 1 1 1 - fit the town in vvliie.'i '...y ;.•«. stationed and at oiitlyintt towns within 50 miles from tiicir .-.t.'il ion. Titcy also will bo a\,nlablo to cheek d'.'.oi on faini.-, or m tin- field when they are awaie of them. Pi. Arnold O. Haugen. Leader of Ifif Iinv.i C(i(i|ii'r<'(tivo Wildlife Hi so,,: ,-|. I'm at Iowa State College. ;iKo is conducting a cooperative slmly of lawn production of IOM a il< ci and has asked Iowa (nutter.-, in cooperate ill the project l. • thi h. on' Joc.it- So; '. Tie .No. f- Stan ; down: j- oil the :•In a Stat' field in *:.• • tou IS­ C'i ty, r; 11 * - Ul -Co DI AMOK US .SI ,:i. .;::i.n i i.L ii : ' AND BUI .u '/A .Vf.HV/A: Alii) ;-ni /;o ;-i •-.•/iTCHI, 5AB0:- WEST U JLWELKY V .O'J. IOV/A flan'io & ToWUion SERVICL Schneider Electrical Appliance Store Call 9G FayeJte, la. SCHNtMK !N:^!{AN0: Life A-jfo. and Ho JI. 'Insurance . PHONL' CL."L ji'- 1 I: :,ty • '•••: e ii'l on' ^ .-.yoiie. DR. PAUL F. GOURLEY CHIROPACTOR Monday and Friday Evenings By appointment, closed Thurs. Lady Attendant Phono 82 Fayette i 1 Prompt Cc Arnbul. . Phono i Fayette <;!t'{ p.1ay,>,>rd iJt «:'er Gene Win. PLUiVlBlNii & HI-AT!NG FAYETTL, IOWA Phono 217 HoatiiKi : Y -M:: numbing \V:rii rj T -r r;ris Insurance FAYETTE Ri.-.-ii Estate ACENCY Photu' M BOO AN1IIONV JOHN liOFHEVEU YOUR FULLER BRUSH DEALER E. A. Underwood 214 Linden Street West Union, Iowa Dr. Harry 1. Robinson OPTOMETRIST Hours: 9 a.m 4 pjxi. Fayette t'h. 156 oJc. niHclt 79 ret. Iowa DR. E. J. DAHLQU1ST Veterinarian Phone 171 Fayeri*. I a. BUY, SELL, .DE or RENT With Leader Want Ad* Peci urged ovarie: they Imtiteis taking does an- to leave the uterus and of the animal intact when field dress the animals. woman niJumnjst of a japgp n^e^ m {jdva^cp befpye sending Li'- Haugen Conservation officers at chocking stations or in field checks will collect the organs for delivery to much about this matter if I were you. My dog has been chasing motorcycles for years. I'm quite sure lie wouldn't- know what to d., will) line, if he. djd catc'f) it. the state laboratory will tell you only the percentage of protein, fat, fiber and ash. DEER SEASON newspaper tor advjuu. The If Ply m^eriaj f«, r . \&\\ nS t^any - - - she received was , , , . fcleaf IMl 'ij. muyy, war machine are generally guaranteed a good pront. 1 lie Jones: 1 wouldn't worry toe{ «fhe routine analysis at death of a President can mean ruin or loss for many whose investments depend upon the President's health or more directly the continuance of his programs. President Eisenhower is a powerful man to have at the head of our ship of state because of his great prestige Des Moines Laboratory and respect in foreign nations. His death would weaken us at least psycholoyically. All these things are considered by those who "control'' our economy. When investors become reluctant, or want their money back- the repercussion are felt all the way down the economic ladder and right into Fayette- here. Secondly, succession or administration of the presidential office. The Constitution says that "in case of the removal of the president from office, or of his death, ab (i- Uuiiteis who have no oppor tunity to take deer to a checkin station are asked to save the female oin a- iho study. T. • i should be \<. i .pi - ai |d kept 11". : be turned •..•> e: : Commisaion i m; should be wraf- paper so It can slip of paper [\ paper hi y '-an ervatinn A OPENS DECEMBER 7 Iowa's 1957 deer season for shotguns opens Saturday (Dc- aU 'counties of the Analyzes Feeds There are times when some of the livestock producers in Fayette County would like tq knuw cember 1 ?) ip, the protein, fat fiber, an d ajh. ^ate, content of their homegrown The season, which continues mixed feeds, says County Ex- through Sunday, 1» open to Iowa tension Director M, C WpngfinePS resident* only holding special of Fayetto. tfhfltgun licewes. He says that Leslie Johnson, Hunting will be permitted each hea'd ot the animal husbandry trom. 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Bag department at Iowa State Col- °n d possession limit is one deer resignation or inability to discharge the powers and lege, informs him that the State °' either sex. duties of the said office, the same power shall devolve Chemical Laboratory at Des s P e . ol 5 l / e «* tags have been j »• § ,i . .j . i Moines will report these factors provided deer hunters and they upon the vice president ... . In the past presidents have o£ £avmers - feed aamp ies for a are reminded that these tags been too weak to serve or execute their office. One was service charge of $1. must be affixed to deer before shot and lay in bed helpless and unable to discharge'the There also are • times when they are transported on any Iowa . . , , j, ii A i r ii lL . more information is desired on highway. In the case of farmers duties, and he hnally died. Another, following the great certain feeds than one can get ^ war, lay in bed, dying of an apoplectic stroke. He was from a regular chemical analysis, one of our great presidents and his office killed him- but However, It la relatively easy .i . . r .i -j . . i • and inexpensive to get the regu- there were no provisions for the vice president taking ]ar chemica i analysis, but a over. However, Article 11, section I gives Congress the complete chemical analysis and vitamin assay is very expensive, Johnson odds. Nutrient content of livestock name, address and. county in which the deer was taken should be included with the organs and .law. [iv cooperating in this manner. Iowa deer hunters can aid game oii'icial.s in determining how best to manage Iowa's deer in future seasons. feeds may vary from year to year depending on the weather during the cropping season, crop varieties and other influences. There may also be some changes during storage. A regular chemical analysis is a partial index to quality of the feed. power to determine succession by law Thirdly, Nixon as President. Certainly no man in the nation today is better informed or more likely to become President than Mr. Nixon. Young and able, he would provide a more positive leadership than "our Ike" has these past couple of years. Nixon, succeeding to the presidency or being elected in I960, as is very possible would at least represent a To get this regular chemical continued repudiation of many of the socialistic practices analysis service send your f i i • n I e . i sample to the State Chemical of the last twenty years- especially those ot the two Laboratory, State Office and administrations prior to Ike. Laboratory Building, East Seven th and Court, Des Moines. John It is also common talk in the capitol that Ike may son points out that none of these feed analysis is made at Ames. He adds that the regular chemical analysis of a feed does not give a list of ingredients or the percentage of each ingredient in a mixed feed. In general, this analysis will not tell if a feed resign before his term is up. Others do not expect him to complete his term of office. Some compare the Republican leaders' forcing Ike to run in 1956 as comparable to that of the Democrats running the ailing and dying President Roosevelt in 1944, then we/Il-knowing that he would not live out a fourth term. Ike just got started later than FDR. Probably the presidential office killed, or to be sure, robbed years from the normal lives of both men. And so, Ike continues as our President. We all hope that he will regain his health and live through many years to come. We pray that God will bless him along the long road and that the nation may come out of the next few years without crisis. But, in a larger sense, we must discuss all the possibilities very frankly so we can first know where we are and what might happen. • Well Drilling • Modern Equipment • Rotary Drill JOHN D. AKIN Ph. 2574 Day or Nite Lttmont P. 2-58 iiiiiiUHHH IKHHiiHfflHUaHIOT^ THANK NITE $100. & $25. This Saturday fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiniiiiiii inn 1 1 11 1 1 i?iiirirr >f niiriTTTi riTTTTrTrirTTiif r [mmiiii iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiinimiiiiiiiinniiiiiiiiiinimilliiiiimimn DO YOU KNOW You can own A Brand New '58 EDSEL Delivered in Waterloo for as low as $2499,00 Including 303 H.P. Engine, 4 Barrell Carb, Self Adjusting Brakes, Air Foam Cushions, Dual Visors- Heater and Defroster. SMALL MOTORS Open Till 9 P. M. Monday Thru Friday 710-Lafayette A.D. 4-2688 21TF V5:t I-ft'itaMfciaTHB^SJ HALE WANTED; information concerning SAMUEL SARAH HALE and their two children ' GEORGE and EMILY* They wsre known to have resided in Fayette within the past fifty years. Estate matter. Henry R. Ferris and Compnny- G9 W. Washington Street, Chicago 2- Illinois. V! Tlio new Nomad-tho last wore: m station wagon 'n and de ./mc/i'un . . . 4-door 6-possenger. CHEVROLET IN STATION W Two new Brooftwoooi -4-door 6-passenger and 4-doof 9-passenger models. Luxuriously appointed. Meet the year's smartest station wagon set I Chevrolet brings you five new wagons for '58—all long, low and loaded with news. They're more than nine inches longer, dramatically lower. They set a new style with boldly sculptured lines. And these new Chevrolets are the most practical wagons that ever took to the road. The Ungate is hinged into the roof and raises completely out of the way for easier loading. There's a new easy-opening tail- Onty jranchised Chevrolet dmlern gate, too, and room for longer loads. No station wagon built ever carried load- with more ease or passengers with nunc comfort! Chevrolet's new standard Full Coil suspension cradles you on deep coil springs at every wheel. And you can have a real air ride as an extra-cost option. Stop by your Chevrolet dealer's and look over the smartest, smoothest going station wagons of them all ."-•WARD FROM fltTf > ii'udvmurk See Your Local Auihorisvd Chevrolet Owkr^

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