Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 16, 1958 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, January 16, 1958
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PARTY IDEA: Sparkling Pineapple Punch CARD OF THANKS Wc wish to expj -qsj ^jur sincere the* many neighbors, Classified (Local) 15c pet line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per per col. inch. _ . . •Tflfeified (National) lMt> pit line friends, and relatives Rev I. H rt,'•-.•k--" - , »« .1 n nn- Vallem, and pall bearers, and Classified Display (National) 77c Col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, Black dirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalio phone 0617. (3-TF) FOR SALE — Second Hand four cards and calls. Burner Gas Range. Phone Blue Mr. and Mrs. John Bahl 87. (29) FOR SALE — 3 bedroom frame oihers, who in any way, contributed their gifts, acts of kindness, sympathy and comfort, to us during the illness and death of our beloved husband and father. Mrs. Ellen Evenson Martin and Edwin Evenson CARD OF THANKS We would like to express our thanks to Dr. James Whitmeir and Dr. Perrin and the nurses of Sumner Hospital and our neighbors and friends for their heat available on terms — CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all organizations and individuals who helped make the holidays more Pretty enough for a wedding. Spring and summer are great party months—for brides,, for graduates and for visitors. The problem of what to serve at any festive gathering is simple today, thanks to-fruit Juices in handy tins. These are ready to be mixed Into refreshing punch and long, tall h?e cold drinks in a jiffy. A bowl of sparkling punch is an Invitation to tyour guests to help themselves while you relax, instead of tripping back and forth to the kitchen to fill glasses. TROPICAL PUNCH 16 JANUARY 1058 TREE (continued from page 1) Thursday's performance revealed the reasons for his amazing success at the age of 24. His ability was evident naxticNlnrly as his_ music melted" from the technical perfection into the smooth, flowing movements of the first part of Tschaikowsky's Concerto in D Major, Opus 35. Tschaikowsky, himself, had to wait four years after writing the Concerto to find a violinist willing to perform the difficult number, but in Mr. Tree's hands it had no hint of a technical exercise, rather of particularly exciting music. Transition between classic and popular style was made smoothly without any sacrifice of the rich quality of Mr. Tree's playing, WWA MWKTMtWT 0» PUBLIC 8AFETY Tilt: coupe for about 10 miles. Twice it went off the road and a couple times cle.-ir to the wrong side. I was afraid to pass because I thought he was drunk. I saw his head keep falling forward." Twenty minutes later a highway patrolman looked at Jay and said: "A big man like that's hard lo get out of a wreck. But I big laugh, the big slap on the back. the bone-crushing «Jiandshake, that was Jay. Big, everything about him, big, bluff K» L ' sS there's no hurry now," Fa- and, sometimes. a little brutal l, « uo 18 a <l uici k>Hcr. when lie was crried awav with Never over estimate your abili- his own strength. " ( >' to drive when you are tired, But Jav was liked, for the most when you need sleep or when part. People.know there was a you've been through a nervous wild sort of kindness in that strain, giant frame, an intense desire to be a well-loved man, and they responded to it. Jay was a traveling salesman. The sight of him shoving through A good Feed Business on Main a door with his sample cases, the Highway. Handle feed and seeds, sound of his booming voice in the steel corn cribs, paints and many lobby, were familiar to a dozen other lines — Rent or Sel lbuild- clerks in small hotels in small ing. Iowa towns. The clerk in ii;:;:;;;;;:;;;::;;;;;;;:;;:;::!:^^^ FOR SALE a northeast Iowa and the audience was delighted note i w;is the last to talk to Jay. ji*-»pv-u mane mi; iiviiKAtiya inure .Possession at once. The Fayette joyful for the pat i e nts at the A g encv - ^ Fayette County Hospital Home. FOR SALE — 2 maytag Washers, Mr- and Mrs. Caldwell and Staff gas stove, table model Admiral TV set. McLcese-Leytze Furniture Store. (29) FOR SALE — Electric refrigera- jDEERE (continued from page 1) during the calender year of 1957 to more than $190,000.00, Presi- closet, kerosene kitchen stove, dent G T Vander Lugt of Cen- piano — other misc. household tral c 0 n ege a t pella, head of the items. Grace Hutchison farm. F OUn dation announced today. (29) _<j "The presidents of all our Phone 1804 3 cups sugar 3 cups hot .water • r t cup lemon juice 1 (4G-oz.) can pineapple juice 3 pints sparkling water Dissolve sugar in hot water. Cool. Add lemon juice and pineapple juice. Chill. At serving time, add 3 pints of sparkling water. Serve in punch bowl with ice block. Decorate with fruit slices and fresh or frozen strawberries. Yield: Ope gallon or 30 to 40 small servings. NOTE: To prevent dilution and to' keep excellent flavor down to the last cupful, it 's a good trick to freeze '.'pineapple cubes," Just fill a refrigerator ice cube tray with pineapple juice and freeze until firm, For a colorful punch cup garnish, spear two pineapple chunks on a toothpick with a maraschino cherry between. Cut a little slit in the cherry and fit it over the vim of punch cup. with his encores of the Spanish dance, "Playera" by Pablo Sar- asate, and Prelude No. J. by George Gershwin as arranged by Heifeitz for the violin. This concert is the third of the 1957-58 Artist Series 'which Upper Iowa is presenting. The "That night was the first time I ever saw him look tired," the clerk remembers. "He was even a little nervous and Jay was never a jumpy sort. Told me he'd- had a hard day and still had 200 miles to drive. "I tried to get him to stay over. 4 Bedroom modern House, close to college, garage and garden. FOR RENT — 3 Bedroom House, part modern, garage, big garden — cheap. ROY ZABRISKIE fourth and last presentation of Not just for business. He needed the series will be the singing of rest." the Little Chorale on March 3. A motorist saw another part of the story. "I followed his busines\ REALTOR FAYETTE. IOWA "FOR SALE-A drop leaf walnut member colleges join me in ex- first consider and be able to find table and 6 chairs, nearly new. pressing the.r sincere apprecia- the employment opportunities A s.ng.e bed complete near y ion ofth,s gift>» Dr. Vander lhcy arc looyking for a f Iowa ^ OBITUARY William Oliver Lewis new. Mrs. John McLean. Phone Lugt said. "We are particularly tinues"\o "7row ^ndurrri*an"v Black 87 (29) pleased to note that Deere and They 'wfntelout"ha the com Wil,iam OHver Lewis - son ° f Company and its four manufac- pa ny fs g^f was equally Sntrib- WiIliam Q ' and Retta Tann Lew ' turing plants in Iowa, which ^\lMl^t yit T^ a -^^onthetamayt n m FOR RENT — Having moved to a larger house warm room Mrs. Dorothy juse I have a nice 1U "" B P» u «u5 in iowa, wnicn uted by all four of its Iowa ' uul " ° n ule ™mny iarm of two college 3 bo£ ft™* 1 ™ "VP™ . to ° Ur pf-ts "fncluding^the John £S Td^S" 3 ' ^ *i 85! y Goode (29) ^? d " It '°"' saw flt to , increase Dubuque Tractor Works, and the ™ df awa ? Januar / 7 ' "» 8 FOR RENT — One of Fayette's ponse to our request for addition nicest 2 bedroom apartments, al funds this year." their gift very generously in re- j^n"" DeeVe^ Wat ^rToT Trac£ 61 yCBrS 5 m0nthS in . _j-»!•-•-- . _ ana zo aays, Works. The company also con- He was eceded ln death by tributes to the two Iowa colleges his parents and 3 brothers Available now, perfer permanent Arthur B. Lundahl, general which are not associated with He spent his entire life in the resident. Very reasonable. Call manager of the John Deere Des the others in the Iowa College community where he was born The Fayette Agency. Phone 4 Homes Works, and E. Paul Allen, Foundation . except "Se "pen? In thTservice - SrUtrwfwoiwho ^re" Member colleges of the >oun- ofhb country during World War FOR RENT — Six room, upstairs sen ted the company's check to dation which will receive shares „ . ,. , ^^sS^'J ^ta^ President Vander Lugt at the Des of the $24,000 gift include Briar turetwoTrotherT George 1" o'f at 309 Kstrcrt (S) %T? . ° ^.l™? n°"- ge C,iff and Morningside at Sioux Wadena and Allen T, of Des at 309 Wate. Street. (29) Foundation, issued the following clarke> LoraS) and ^ Uni . Moines> one Mayo KeUn ^^cTrZSZZ^ Company and its versity of Dubuque at Dubuque,of Waveriy, Iowa, three nephews tact Mrs W L Maxwell Phone * our nianufacturmg plants in Buena Vista at Storm Lake; Cen- Blue 220. ' (28) Iowa ^ vitally interested in u-al at Pella; Cornell at Mount -.^ PTtv — . maintaining the strength of the Ver G rinnell at Grinnell: WANTED TO BUY — Pair of independent liberal arts and sci- T ' , . „ . „, Ladies figure Ice Skates. Size 8 ences colleges in Iowa. The Iowa Wesleyan at Mount Pleas- narrow. Phone Blue 87. (29) bright future of Iowa's citizens ant; Luther at Decorah; Parsons — requires that our private colleges at Fairfield; Simpson at Indian- LOST - Gold ring with ruby set con tinue to shoulder half the 0 la; Marycrest and St. Ambrose somewhere in the vicinity of burden of teachine our under. . , ,r • the Bank, Reward. Phone Blue coK^SdSlte. at V*™*>«> ^PPer Iowa Um- 85. Henry Proctor. (29) . <We hope all of Iowa business versity at Fayette; Wartburg at T&VTI&T»V rtPinmrp «,p and industry will join us in sup- Waverly; Westmar at LeMars, JANUAHT UL£AHAWCE BALE porting our private colleges, and and William Penn at Oskaloosa Used SPINET PIANOS from —- • - $285 Used spinet ORGANS from $845 and two nieces and many friends. we hope that Iowa students will Open from noon till 9:00 Mondays. RENIER'S 531 Main Street Dubuque, la. (29-30) EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY Reliable man or woman from this area to distribute complete line of cigarettes, candy, nuts, or gum through new automatic vendors. No selling or soliciting as accounts are established for you. To qualify party must have car, ref- $1.00 per person erences, and cash oapitol of $700 which ia secured by inventory. Earnings up to $300 month part time—Full time more. For personal interview give phone etc. Write P..O. Box 156, Rochester, Minnesota. (29) LEGIONNAIRES and FRIENDS of the AMERICAN LEGION Stag Monday, January 20 ROAST BEEF DINNER Serving begins at 5:00 iiaifflffiiiismiimiHffliuiHfflmgm^^ The Fayette Cemetery Association will-hold its annual meeting January 22, 1958, 2:06 p.m. at the State Bank of Fayette, for the purpose of electing officers and other business. M. C. Timm, Secy. (28-29) CAR]) OF THANKS I wish to thank so many, many friends who have graciously remembered me during my illness with cards-,; letters, flowers and calls. It has given me great joy. Mrs; J. D. Parker CARD-. OF THANKS We sincerely thank all our friends and the neighbors of our mother, Mrs. Grace Hutchison, for the kind -thoughts and expressions of sympathy during our bereavement:, They were all deeply-appreciated. Mr. and Aju-s. Fred Beatty Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Weers CARD QF THANKS We wish to'extend our sincere thanks to the'Bev\ Huscher, the American Legion and Auxiliary, 3 friends and neighbors for the food, cards, flowers, rneraorials and all kindness shown us during the illness.pnd death of our beloved brother, W. 0. Lewis. George.A. Lewis Allen T, Lewis . Mrs. Maya Kelln er and family WORTH $1.00 on purchase of ONE GALLON SPREO SATIN Latex Base Paint , OR ONE GALLON SPREO LUSTRE Interior — Exterior Gloss , BUY As many Gallons as you can use — Limit one coupon per Gallon. OFFER EXPIRES SATURDAY JAN. 18. 1958 ALL 1958 Spring Colors Included Yau Must Present Coupon. BAKERS Special Valentines for Special People ... by \^gy The perfect way to remember friends and loved ones! You 'll find a Valentine suitable for every age and taste . . . lacy, old-fashioned cards, witty, sophisticated cards, traditional heart motifs, and inexpensive Valentines for school boxes. And for those Valentine gifts you'll find Hallmark Valentine Gift Wraps, ribbon and matching enclosure to give your gift "the added touch." Select yours at DAVIS REXALL STORE planning a farm sale ? COME IN ask about our AD & SALE BILL combination V °j t

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