Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 12, 1957 · Page 6
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— —-THREE MUSICAL Want Ads EVENTS AT uni Classified (Local) 15c per line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per Col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c per col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. Minimum Charged C'assified 50c Did you find your screens and storm windows needing repair? — if so, why not consider having the famous Air Seal — Combination Aluminum Windows installed on your home by our factory trained installers. For prices and free folder write—United Window Co., Box 208, Fayette, Iowa. FOR SALE — Scratch pads. 5c each. Fayette County Leader tlu ' cll " lr perform. FAYETTE — Three lmiscial events of note have been scheduled during the next month on the Upper Iowa University campus. They include the Upper Iowa Community Choir's annual presentation of Handel's "The Messiah" on Sunday evening. Dec. 15, in the C'olgrove-Walki'r Memorial building: a violin concert by Archibald Sowden, blind West Union musical), on Tuesday morning. Dec. 17, at 11 a.m. in the Colgrove-Walker Memorial building; and Jan. 14. the third in a series of four Upper Iowa University Artist Series, Michael Tree. THE MESSIAH 'Under the direction of Dr. W. LeGrand Maxwell .head of the Upper Iowa music department, a total of 72 voices will blend in :ind seven soloists will New Cheese Adds Casserole Glamour office in Fayette, says extension dueHiii M. ('. Wntigness. The "fiuido" is written especially tor farmer:-.. Wangness says. It explain., in nontechnical language inn.! nl the income tax rules that i-oiiceiri farmers. It's in- teieleil fur use in preparing federal income tax returns for the calendar year l!)f )7 and fisrall yea:.: eiiilinr; in lDfi!!. Some ample records and a sample form included in (lie publication illustrate where income and deduct ions should be listed. U'angness adds. He : ay.; the publication isn't (li':.i!;iinl 1" replace instructions received with federal tax return forms, but to supplement them. V.A. APPEAL FOR NURSES FOR SA.LE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalia phone 0017. (3-TFj FOR SALE — Building now occupied by U.S. Post Office in Fayette, Iowa. !) years left on present lease. Rent for $00 per Keyton month. II. U. Flower, Oehvein, Iowa. Phone 100 (21-22-23-24) The soloists include Rachel Van Cleve, Upper Iowa faculty member, LeRayne Hurd, Theodore Zeran. Russell Elliott, Walter Farwell, William Davis, and Sanford Sill. Accompanying the group as organist will be Prof. Robert FOR SALE — Muscovy ducks, :i()c per lb. dressed. Heavy springs for frying or roasting. Mrs. Ralph Dickinson. Phone 4804. (22-23) FOR SALE — Good, used Frig- idaire refrigerator. Small size. Call Rav E. Footer. Phone Blue 108 (24-25) Both the presentation of "The Messiah" and the violin concert by Archibald Sowden are open to the general public. DISTRICT SCOUT BOARD MET AT 0RAN Two Local Men Re-elected To Membership ORAN — The Montega District — Hind quarters of Board of the Boy Scouts consist- fed beef, under 125 of Buchanan and Fayette Counties met in Oran Monday evening at the home of Jim Weaver. Reports were heard by the board from the various chairmen of committees and district com- FOR SALE young corn lbs. — 40c. To be butchered soon. Also a few good ducks — $1.00 each, alive. Ralph Stewart, Fayette. Phone 1018 Mavnard (24) Macaroni und cheese, that budget stand-by for meatless rpeals. can uiko on party nira when given a new twist or two, Add a flourish with different seasonings of a little onion, Worcestershire satire and some chopped green olives. Add a couplo of egg* so that tlio mixture will set firmly when baked and cut Into even squares for serving, Crown each square with a thick tomato slice and a slice of olive ana you have a dish pretty as a pie|un. Cheese—the most important Ingredient pf auph casseroles should always bo a well-aRed natural cheddar (or maximum flavor. There'u a new already shredded sharp-aged cheddar cheese on the market that saves precious time ana Is BO easy to use. Kacl\ •1-ocince transparent bag holds exactly I pupful and Is designed (o keep the cheese moist and fluffy until opened, Pimply pour (liti cheese from the opened package and use it to top salads or casserole dishes, melt it in sauce or U9e it in any recipe calling for shredded cheese, MACARONI AND CHEESE SQUARES l '/i cups scalded milk 1 teaspoon Worcestershire % cup soft bread crumbs sauce li tablespoons butter 1 pkg. (1 cup) Shredded Miss V/-i cups cooked elbow macaroni Wisconsin Cheddar Cheese Vi teaspoon minced onion % cup chopped stuffed olivei >/. teaspoon salt 2 eggs, well beaten Pour milk over crumbs and butter. Add remaining ingredients nnd mix thoroughly. Place jp a buttered G x \p inch glass bakini; dish and set In pan of hot water, Bake ii\ R75 F, oven for 4 r > f>0 minutes or until knife inserted in center cornea nut clean. 15 mln- ulc.-t before casserole is (lono top wl'h f t 'mt .'to Filers sprliiMe -l with buttered bread crumbs, 8 servings, FOR SALE — Wool rug Quaker oil heaters, 2 washers. Hamilton Beach Sweeper, and Sulfa Bed. McLeese- Leyt/e Furniture Store (24) ind pad, Maytag missioners. Dr. Gene Beck, Upper Iowa University, President of the District Board presided over the meeting. Dr. Beck and Donald Kimball. Leadership Training Director for the district were FOR SALE — Pair of boy's hockey shoe skates size 5 — Price S4 .00 Also Pair of ladies both re-elected to the scout board, white hockey shoe skates size 8. Morris Nelson of Oehvein was Price $6.00 Arnold Heth (24) elected to the Chairmanship of mittee on the Board to succeed Dr. Beck, will be the who has served two terms in FOR RENT — Six room house with bath. Stoker and new garage that capacity 1 block east of Campus. Available January 1st. Harold Clendenen, Fadelte. Phon 2628. (24) Harold Johnson, Fayette Institutional Representative also attended the meeting. ROOM FOR RENT — White 111. Alta Owen. Phone (24) N.E. Iowa Masons To Meet December 19 Masons of Northeastern Iowa will honor their wives by a Ladies Night meeting of their Association at the Masonic Temple in Elkader on Thursday. December 19 at 8:00 p.m. Rev. Ivan M. Maxson of Waterloo. Chairman of the Iowa Corn- Masonic Education, speaker. His subject will be "How Good and How Pleasant." All Masons and their wives are invited to this evening of fellowship, entertainment and refreshments. IK SERVICE Norfolk. Virginia — Lanford L Dahl. Seaman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor E. Dahl of Box 34. Fayette, Iowa, has been honorable discharged from the U.S. Navy attached to the U.S. Naval receiving station. Norfolk. Virginia. An t• ]•;:• nt appeal fm nurses to help operate Veterans Administration hospitals throughout the nation wa.. issued today by W. H. Nugent. Manager of the VA hospital in Des Moines. Mr. Nugent retpiesied professional nurses available for em- p 'ovmin! :,. contact the chief of liursui!! service at the hospital so they may be referred to VA hospital., where the rinrsjrig short age i.-, critical. Mr Nugent appealed especially lo nurses who have not been Working in their profession t<> return to work if their circumstances -.el 'Uilt. lie said openings on the nursing staff at his hospital ate limited at present, bill other VA hospital:, in various states need nurses urgently. "The health and welfare of our disabled veterans depend on an adequate nursing staff at VA hospitals", Nugent said. • V.A. reports lln> need for nurses is especially critical in hospitals in Chicago, New York City, Los Angeles, and Ann Arbor, Michigan, lis well as in litany other localities across the country. VA nurses have excellent, opportunities for professional advancement, Mr. Nugent pointed out. In-service program, ward conferences, and other learning, experiences provide means for personal and professional growth, he sairl, and VA nurses are encouraged to engage in advanced study. In addition to periodic ';-ay increases and consideration tor promotion. VA nurses receive the retirement and life ins lira nee benefits established for Federal employees and earn '.'A) flays o! vacation leave and 10 days of •:ck leave ,.-.,,;}, :•<•:•.: i - :a,d. Wadena Riverside 4-H Club FOR RENT — Furnished Apt. with heat, at nee. Walker's The Wadena Riverside 4-H Flower and Gift Shop. (24) meeting was held Monday night i at 8:00 o'clock at the home of WANTED — Lady between 25- Allen Davis. There were seven P.T.A. Meeting Will Be Postponed The PTA will not hold its December meeting scheduled for Monday evening, December 16th, due to the rush of activities at this time. The next regular 40 (more or lessi for continuous members present. In the absence part-time job in Fayette. Clean of Dennis Shaffer, President, the work and pleasant surroundings, meeting was called to order by meeting will be on Monday eve Must' be energetic and loyal: the vice-president. We repeated ning. January 20th capable of administrative work the allegiance to the flag and the _ certain occasional secretarial 4-H pledge. Roll call was answer- -— work. Job will sometimes require ed by telling a farm joke. Mr. full-time. Applicants must be Bolton was present. We showed pleasant and enjoy people for pictures of all 4-H County mem- part of the work is in dealing bers and their projects. Each with the general public. Write, member read an article on soil stating qualifications, to Box 158, and fertilizer. Fayette, Iowa. Christmas customs from for- eign countries was discussed. A NOTICE I — Sewing Machine, motion was made and seconded Singer, complete with Zig-Zag; to fix a Christmas box for an new guarantee; pay 8 payments invalid, of $5.35. Write Mr. Marasco, Farmers Tax Guide Available At Extension Office The 1958 edition of -The Farmers Tax Guide," a Treasury Department publication. will soon be available to Fayette I County farmers at the extension •-.pita: a ia."teii to i .rum ! vi,04r> -I .rector s have livin available, h aid. but nurses are not required i) live on the stations. 853 — 19th St., Des Moines, la. Machine may be seen in Fayette, Iowa. (24) LINOTYPE operators needed. — Get started in this well-paid trade by enrolling at the State University of Iowa. Next class starts Feuruary 10. Consult your local editor or write School of Journalism, Iowa City, Iowa. , CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives who helped make our 25th wedding anniversary so enjoyable Thanks to for the many cards, flowers and cake. It certainly was appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mullins After a delicious lunch we adjourned to meet on Jan. 6th with Stanley, Dennis and Jon Shaffer. MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 acLiuti Miih thl* KHIS ly»-if«« pipe ' rlrififr. h«volution*i y pcmtrstlnc turnikiU prinlrd i»i c*n; you SKK lt'» laatvit. msit *—I ^ MOMIIll JC»1 "Cfllflf - *f fc V Miicy'' ir#»lmrr>t INSTANT DRAIN PIPE CLEANER km in iitii us tiindr loi climni douri iW! •*)«fc»l! linu. wnklwlwi illwn liil Al Mtttt. (Ma. Iwri* Mdf. wul> IIWIS CAMP CHEMICAL CO., INC. Brooklyn I N.' Y, h&ild's l3iEc;l maiiul^ !jn f ul ;ert3Kechtm:tals VANDERSEE Plumbing & Heating Fayette' Iowa Mr. Farmer MOVE TO FAYETTE THIS FALL! CALL US TO SEE Frame 3 bedroom — stoker — good Condition — extra lot available. Frame 2 bedroom — Furnace — sun porch — King Street location. Modernistic masonry 2 bedroom home — automatic oil heat — tile throughout. Near College — beautifully appointed 2 bedroom home — garage attached. Apartment house — $165. monthly- income — live in one apartment yourself — add $115. to your social security! Several small farms available for semi retired farmer. Call On The REAL ESTATE Brokers THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate Brokerage Phone 14 Fayette. Iowa only 12 TO more days VOTE IN OUR BIG BOYS'& GIRLS' CONTEST Last count of votes will be 2:30 Monday- December 23 Prizes will be awarded at 7:30 p.m. Monday Dec. 23 Cigarettes — Toys — Double votes will still count on Christmas Cards and Wrappings r" - - , -= - - - - - _ - JT- -L 1 u "Merry.Christmas" j with "When you care J enough to tend J the very_beil_" J i ^ I For the Prettleit Chrlttmai Packages | I ^ ui our 1 1 j GIFT WRAPS I with matching' j ribbons, ! tsgj and ' teali. Double Votes ALSO on Photo goods — Cameras — Projectors — etc. — Electrical items. Double Votes on EVERYTHING during the Chamber of Commerce BOYS' & GIRLS' Movie SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21 Davis Rexall Store DECEMBER 12 — 13 — 14 1957 Pillsburys ANGEL FOOD MIX Folgers, Mills, Butternut COFFEE WESSON OIL Lt pkgs. 98c 89c lb. q t 69c Shurfrcsh MARGARINE 2 ib» 45c Fancy Solid t\ HEAD LETTUCE IVC Admiral Q 07 OIL SARDINES O cans L I C Fire Side | Q MARSH MALLOWS liJC Giant 7,C^ OXYDOL IDC Palmolivo A OQ*» SOAP .. 4 bars LVC THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 Fayette, Iowa H. A. Schmidt for the man On l^fam £lit LEATHER BILLFOLDS SPECIAL PURCHASE ! SPECIAL PRICED ! Beautiful crafted of genuine leather. Some with coin compartment. from $1.75 up i BOXED HANDKERCHIEF! AFTER SHAVE SETS SETS Initialed or fancy deco rated styles. Hand rolled edges. Box of 3 $1. -1.39 MENNEN COLGATE WOODBURY Priced from 69c Shop Here First TREE STAND $l .oo LIGHT STRINGS BULBS TREE DECORATIONS TWINKLERS Box of 4 $1.00 Bells, Balls, Trumpets, Sleighs and others TRIMS AERO-SNOW TREE SKIRTS LIGHTED WREATH TINSEL GARLANDS STOCKINGS CRAFT DEPARTMENT EARRING KITS STOCKING KITS SKIRT KITS ^ TTT HE R R TREES OA..C STYR0 F0AM BALLS — BELLS — BLOCKS SPANGLES BAKER'S Variety

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