Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 5, 1957 · Page 3
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5DECEMBER 1957 H H d —In V.'.isltit. .',M| V.'iih CI i!- f 3 n 0 a •/ i rl <-, .1 n rim- w i' r k in . '*»! '.'.'i- -' 'I'fll! sclllll! '•i'l d! ill' 1 i-Jaluin'ii I--— *a "':< I<> Hi ecunn- Mi'.' '•- M meetii-p In li •':•• M'l'iv ;ni- niiiil rm-i"':-M'- mi 'A M;I; ill,ill hiilo.-. i I'D (In-.iii' lh;U fur .'- -,n i|»- n s U •- k ('•:.<• • 'i ". .ni'.l til >ir Is !'•>-.- 'mie-.l nut lo be iVUMi. h;l .'•' jin-'i, ,'[e Tin: cnii :;• us ol those vl-.u hpvc pi'-IMr 'I ail- .u.i--- n-i-oi-t-. :.ir u,e ronleieiicv i> fiat next yen'- will in 1 very little tlii'.Vivnt from .gy?. N ? '-t farm income this yi-ar is c.'.Umalcd at $12 billion, abnut >'JO!) inilliDii over 1950. am! lor 19.".a the fiji-n-si.sl is lor limith.-r •-mull iiicn-asi- (if ribiiut thu sami- .->i'/.i' as this year. The price trend gcncrnlly if, ex]iec'ecl to be downward dur- iim the nr.;t half (if thu yoar. with a recovery .starting somctiine diirini: the SIMHIIUT. This follows rather closely the forecast for business. As was the case this year, all (if the increase in net income is expected to result from increasrd payment for idling land tinder the Sin I Bunk program. Payments in IMS may total about $800 million. Tlv forecasters think the price tap on things farmers buy, such as machinery, fertilizer, gasoline -UK! building materials, will be marked up again in 1958, by an average of 4 or 5 per cent. Farm labor costs have more than doubled since the und of World War IT, and the economists predict still another increase in 1958. "More money will be going into farmers' pockets, but they also will be spending more to keep their farms in operation," says USDA chief economist O. V. Wells. The principle "soft spots" which the economists look for in forming next year are feed grains and hogs. Feed prices will be lower throughout the year and hog prices will drop sharply next fall, they think. We have on hand the largest supply of feed grains on record, and farmers are expected to raise a near-record number of hogs for market In the latter part of 1958 Dairymen, the forecasters say, probably will be better of! In 1958 than they have been this year. Milk prices tire expected to average at least as high as this your, but feeding costs will be lower. The recent upward trend in poultry and egg prices Is expected to continue at least until next spring. The higher prices, however, may Induce poultrymen to expand production and that would bring on lower prices after next June. The situation as It affects producers of wheat, cotton, fruits and vegetables looks to be about the same as this year, at least until the size of 1058 production becomes known. The one thing the economists shy away from as If it were the plague Is politics. Their predictions are based on the assumption that Congress won't change farm laws and that the Department will not change support rates. UNDERSTANDING IOWA CHILDREN OF CLOSING SALE Discounts up to 70% ELECTRIC COFFEE MAKERS $2.98 and «P Large Selection ELECTRIC TOASTERS 4 only QQ each ALL OTHERS Drastically reduced EVERY ITEM NECCH1 FULLY AUTOMATIC ZIG ZAG Reg. $299 95 1 ONLY New Electric DELUXE DOUBLE WAFFLE IRON M „ $1 ' 98 Many Others $5.95 and up MUST BE SOLD ! ! ! SALE PRICE while they last $1 QQ QC NOW SAVE$ 100<00 Other Models Low As $69.95 ONE RCA VICTOR RADIO (This has Been Around To Long 5495 30 OTHERS ALL REDUCED (Lets Get A New RADIO) IRONS DRY AND STEAM $9.95 Travel iron Ideal Christmas Gift $3.95 1 Lot Betty Crocker IRONS Reg. $12.95 SALE PRICE $5 95 25 OTHERS SAVE $ $$$$'$$ ON EVERY ONE RADIO BED LAMPS $6.95 Value Just $2.00 TV LITES GOOD SELECTION $1.00 OPEN EVERY NITE UNTIL 9 O'CLOCK TV SETS WHAT DO WE EXPECT OUR CHILDREN ? A mother visiting school complained, "How do you get my boy Tom to do things? He simply doesn't do what I ask him to do at home." After the principal and mother had discussed the problem at this invitation of the mother, the school social worker visited the home several times to observe the situation. One day when the worker was there, the mother gave several commands practically all in one breath as soon as the child stepped into the house. The child did nothing she asked. "See, this is what I mean," suid the mother. The school visitor was able to help her by tactfully pointing out that children's attention span is sihort, nnd by suggesting that she praise her boy when hu did one thing siievesxfully. As we advise parents, wo need to remember that in the main they want to solve their problems with their children; they want n successful outcome when meeting difficult .situations. A clinician once told of a mother w'ho brought her boy to his clinic asking that he be given u test because she thought h« was, ns she scornfully suid, "Dumb." The clinician found Uuit the child was not dumb but hud an intellectual grasp which should have helped him moot school demands. After discussing the home situation with tin; mother alone, the clinician sntd, "I bellevo you need to praise your sou more than you do." The moflher replied, "How can I praise him when he never iloes anything worthy of praise?" f hope t'ho render aeon the voot of the problem horo--mU»U standards of conduct imposed on children will causo pawn-child conflicts. Today there are many helps for parents «o fchat they may learn '\vhut to expect of children at different a«e«. There is no excuse for not, knowing what a child can do and what behavior to expect of him at various stu«o* of growing up, 1 Color & 2 Portables & 7 Consoles YOU WILL THINK YOUR STEALING THESE BUT YOUR NOT WE ARE GIVING THEM AWAY COME IN FOR THE DEAL OF YOUR LIFE terms to suit RCA ESTATE GAS STOVE See This $289.00 Value I'LL SAVE YOU A BATCH OF MONEY ON THIS 11 FT. GE FREEZER BOY WHAT A CHRISTMAS PRESENT THIS WILL MAKE Terms To Suit 8 FT. GE REFRIGERATOR Lome on in were going to sell these NOW BUY NOW PAY LATER 1,000 OTHER ITEMS HURRY ELECTRIC CLOCKS ELECTRIC FANS ELECTRIC HEATERS RADIOS VACUUM CLEANERS NOW Y'HEAR ? ! ! SAVINGS ON EVERYTHING ELECTRIC MIXERS TOASTERS TV LITES HOT PLATES CORN POPPERS TO GET THE BUY OF THE YEAR BE AT OUR DOOR AT 9 O'CLOCK FRIDAY DEC 6 1957 OVER $10,000.00 INVENTORY SCHNEIDER'S Appliance Store FAYETTE, IOWA H.-re'.s the easiest way in the world to novii yniir ral:es uvady- mix or o!hiT'.v,:;p) \uih I'.lnry. It's a I); anil in \v hut I IT iro. I ill',: that has all of bur<r'.', wonderful, . r re;;h i:,,vor. It 1 .-; :h" mrrt vcrca- lile l'r(i.,!mi: you've i".(".' used because you ('.in .'-pi.'.id it ; monthly . . . pile it hh'.li in s'.virl.s and whlrl.-i . . . or pipe it throti:;h n ili (iiialiu;; tube lor ir.aUin;: fancy decorations or name:.. This de- llrlim<; ii'".v fru lir•; take.-; only minutes to inline lii;l, thanks to creamy and : :r. end. And lool:! Vou 1 fli'vors, too! Try lllis in".'.' i'r<>: in ; recipe soon. II will ma' <• MI proud of every cake yi'U M i \ i- HASIC r.r r.: K i -HOSTING i:; •( -.':•!: 1 '; I'll]) (1 '.licit I llllHl'l 1 1—1-11). i):iek:i:;e I'uiitVi-tiuiiiT's sii!;:ir. -.il'li'il 1 Ic.i'.piinii \ mill.i 's teaspoon salt 1 tablespoon milk or cream Cream butter until smooth. Add I 1 3 of sifted confectioner's sugar and cream thoroughly. Add salt, 1 milk and vanilla. Blend. Add I unbeaten egg and beat until smooth. Add remaining amount of confectioner's sugar. Bent until smooth. If frosting is a Wtlr thick, more milk or cream may be added. VARIATIONS Chocolate—Melt 8 ounces bitter chocolate. Whip In. OraiiRc—Omit vanilla. Add 1 tablespoon orange juice In place of milk or cream. Add grated rind of 1 orange. Whip in. • I.emon—Omit vanilla. Add 9 '•>•- lilespnnns lemon juice in place of milk or cream, Add gratctt rind of 1 lemon. Whip In. ' Yiipcnulnt—Omit vanilla. Add 'j teaspoon mint extract (use mint sparingly). Color frosting Illlht pink. Suggested ffarnlsh, crushed peppermint stick candy. 4-H Boys' And Girls' Officer Training School The Fayitlr Cmi-ity 4-11 Hoys' and Gir!.. 1 Ol'iirci Trainiii!.'. School will be h,.),] Saturday! De-comber \\\\\. j,, t| u , K;i ni , Hureau liuiMm: 1 .. F'aycllc, hi>Kinnin;: at I ::i() p.m. Hrsi<irs Hi,' Officer trainini; help, there \vill be a study of the IMII.K.' |)i-(i|;r;uu for the .vL-.-ii- ;na] H,<- ioik daju'e.s will In- (a(u;li( dy Ly/c Ais/miisc, County Hoys' •! U Chainnan. All Club offii'cr:; and all leaders, both boy.s and i:n-l.:, are ur;;ed (n attend tliis meetim',. 'I'hi. allei'- noiin's program u-ill be Beared tu the Christina.-; season. 1442 Farmers Sign Brucellosis Area Plan Petitions To date 1442 cattle owners have signed a petition requesting all area program of Brucellosis control in Fayette County. Corn harvest and bad writ JUT is slowing completion in a few of the townships. More information about signing petitions may bc> obtained by writing or calling the h'ayette County Extension Office. PLUMBING HEATING WIRING BOTTLE GAS Gene Wm. Singer Fayette, Iowa PHONE 247 ENJOY LIFE ! OWN A BETTER HOME Modern 3 bedroom frame, exlra lot, available on esay terms — betler see it now — U won't last. Acreage near business district with modern home. New frame two bedroom home with the latest appiont- menis, far below replacement cost. Modern 2 bedroom home in perfect condition, garage aulomalic heat. * Large older homes, 3 lo choose from, low in price in good condition. Modern 2 bedroom frame, low down payment, balance like rent. [FARMS: 120 acres, near Fayette. 237 acres, stock farm, lerms. 240 acres, the best in Iowa. 175 acres, bosl of improvements. [REMEMBER we hei p you finance i Call On The REAL ESTATE Brokers |THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate Brokerage Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa

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