Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on December 19, 1957 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, December 19, 1957
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19 DECEMBER 1957 members and eight men the 'home of their son, Richard in Koll call was a cookie Watrrloo. Namers for secret pals * LIMA NEWS The Volga Valley Club nu't ll "' I>()X of clothing packed for visited Sunday in Thursday for an all'day meeting. 1 lie children's home at Council Popenhagen home. Irawn, gifts exchanged and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Lockwood the Russell Well Drilling Modern Equipment Rotary Drill JOHN D. Ph. 2574 Lament Day or Nite P. 2-58 Jack Furstnow plans to leave The Albany school will have the last of this week to spend in!- Christmas program on Fri- the holidays in the homes of his (Y .'veiling, December 20. brother, O. W. Furstnow and sis* * * • ter, Mrs. Stark and other rela- Tl.r Happy Valley Club met tives at Fail-mount. Minn. Mr. Furstnow and his brother will celebrate their birthday anniversaries on Dec. 24 and 25 respectively. Widnesday with Mrs. Don Van S:clde. Kigh! members were present for the all day meeting. Roll call. A Christmas poem. They had a contest and played Biiu'.o and exchange gifts. • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Poor \:-i!i',l Saturday and Sunday in REPEAT THE SOMIING JOT THIS CHRISTUM. To all the good people of our town we wish the sum of all happiness. WOOLDRIDGE Black Smith Shop PATTISON FEED MILL FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING LIST SOMETHING FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY Living Room Suits Dining Room Suits Bed Room Suits Rockers, Lamps and Rugs Mirrors and Pictures Springs and Mattresses End Tables, Card Tables Ironing Boards Hassocks, Clothes Hampers Bissall Carpet Sweepers SEE THEM AT DELSING FURNITURE Phone 7509 Maynarct la. /* u x : A bottom* of- the- heart wish for Holiday happiness. SCHNEIDERS Electric Store By Bob Hullihan Now that iie looks back, he can remember the many signals that were given him. There was the signal that came, but went un- MAYNARD LOCKER SERVICE COMPLETE PROCESSING Phone — 65 The And in plai old American— a Merry \. Christ maa! .,*<f5-* MW " Cafe will be closed Christmas Day G & B CAFE R. R. ERION YOUR WATKINS DEALED • Fayette, Iowa T/K Bf/ Air <t-Door Sedan-brimming with bold now beau: -^m^^^v- Come try the quickest combination on the road! TURBO -THRUST V8 WITH TURB06LIDE Tne Bel Air Impala Sport Coup* —one o/ (wo new super ipoil mod«'<l There's never been an engine-drive combination like this one! Chevrolet's Turbo-Thrust V8* introduces a radical new slant on engine efficiency with the combustion chambers located in the block rather than in the head. Turboglide* -the other half of the team-is the only triple-turbine automatic drive in Chevy's field. It takes you from a standstill through cruising in a single sweep of motion. Harness these triple turbines to a 250-h.p. Turbo-Thrust V8-or the 280-h.p. Super Turbo-Thrust*-and you step out instantly in any speed range. Nothing else on the road goes into action so quickly, so smoothly. Your Chevrolet dealer has the combination! •Optional at extra cost. See Your Local Authorised Chevrolet Dealer recognized, the afternoon he was raking leaves and had to put on a jacket against the chill air. That same evening there was a second signal when he listened to a weather forecast. He left the house right after supper and drove to a filling station to have his anti-freeze checked. The last possible signal reached him early one morning when he went out to drive to work. His ear had been sitting out all night. The windshield and side windows were covered with frost. Even the heating bill, when it came ;<t the end of the month, was another signal, telling him that winter was closing in. Oh, he realized the season was changing, of course. He got that much out of the signals. But he missed the personal message. He stomped back into the house to try to find an ice scraper, but it was one of those things lost during the summer and he had to settle for a kitchen knife. It wasn't adequate to the job and he was in a boiling rage when he drove away at last, late for work. So it was that he approached the curve at his normal summer driving speed. But this day, the curve, shaded from the morning sun, was covered with the same frost he scrapped from his windshield earlier. He turned into the curve and slid smoothly out into space. The car turned over and his back broke. Living in his cast now, he can recall all the signals that warned him of winter — all the signals that warned him it was time to change his driving habits, time to slow down. Age Bias Out Of Place In Manpower Future Ceiling ages for joh seekers are more often found in large firms than in small ones, Director Jack Culley of the State University of Iowa bureau of labor and management reported re- .ceiuly. Age discrimination also tends to affect women earlier than it does men—with 35 often held as a dividing line between younger and older feminine workers, compared to 45 as a common "great divide" with males, he COFFEE NOOK CAFE GRIMS Locker Service ZABRISKIE Studebaker GARAGE CHRISTMAS JOY CHRISTMAS UNIVERSITY CLEANERS As we remember Him, whose birth we celebrate, may the Star that shone on Bethlehem cast its radiance on our hearts and homes at this holy time. And may the true meaning o/ Christmas. with its many spiritual blessings, be with us now ant' in the COJWMIJ (/: told members of the Conference for Employment Service Counselors. Culley termed it "unfortunate and unrealistic" that industry tends to lump all individuals together, particularly since medical science has proved that different persons and different parts of the body age differently. The group also heard Arnie Solem, U.S. regional director of manpower administration, say that "human resources will be the scarce resources in the next few years." Maintenance of production and high-sir ndard-oMiving trends will require the addition of 10 million persons to the U.S. labor force by 1965. Yet numbers in the generally most productive age group, 25-44, will actually grow smaller—by an estimated 1.3 per cent—within these next few years, Solem explained. At the same time, total numbers of consumers will be greatly increased by tremendous growths in the younger and older age groups. Thus the nation will need to employ many more older people and women workers, he pointed out. Solem also stressed the "tremendous educational job ahead" with technological trends indicating a need for a 35 per cent increase in professional and technical occupations by 1965, and in contrast—a 15 per cent decrease in farm employment ami a four per cent decrease in unskilled labor jobs. Best wishes KNIGHTS HARDWARE State Rank of Fayette May this season of loving and giving find u» In accord* E. H. CARLEY Plumbing & Heating Fayette Theatre THURS. FRI. SAT. DEC. 19 — 20 — 21 "CALYPSO HEAT WAVE" NOTE: We will be closed from Dec. 22 to Jon. 4. We will stop the Show and announce the Thank Nite Winners. FREE CHRISTMAS KIDDIE SHOW SAT., DEC. 21. 1:30 — ALL COMEDY Cartoon show. SANTA will be on hft^d to to meet all of you ->vith We wi»h all * y«ry <a* fef'viff, ib">')f-'' i- <"

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