Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 30, 1958 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, January 30, 1958
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Classified (Local) 15c per line. HOWARD'S Classified Display (Local) 70c per Fayette per col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line RESPONSIBLE Classified Display (National) 77c To Col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c 30 JANUARY 1858 TALLE continued from page one utc to the '76th birthday of the Speaker. Dinner at the "White House is always a never-to-be- forgotten occasion. The president and Mamie were, as usual, most jirncious hosts. We were entertained by the Marine Band which played a welcome as each guest came through the door. Following dinner we enjoyed a mu'sicale in the East Roam. A male quartet called The Revelers sang everything from sea chanties to Schu- of electronic hardwares in local bcrt's "Serenade," and they were magnificent. RADIO & T.V. Phone 265 PARTY service and supply accounts D03&ON1T,J^BP=R,I TOLD VOL) "TO HELP HUNK IN THE FIELDS... IF I SEE YOUR. FACE ABOUND HERE AGWN TOOACV I'LL.. Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE: QUALITY ' . SfTKF sand, aggregate Pe. . a- . Riack dirt for lawns anc, gardens Carl Zupke and Son. Kandalis phone 0617. I3-TF The President looked exceedingly well and seemed to enjoy himself thoroughly. Search For Paradise' Premiere To Be Benefit Performance The Northwest premiere of the WE'VE GOT A KJEW POOL 110 , OUR BACKYARD, PEGGY \l ' BUT TWEREi& OtOE THlKJG > VV PAREMT& LIKE -TA80UT rr.' r- HOWARD'S Fayette RADIO & T.V. Phone 265 FOR SALE — My home in East Fayette part of Fayette. All modern, 2 — complete baths up stairs and MATURE down, stoker furnace, 9 rooms, Avon nice big front porch, built on garage, Youngstown cupbords, big lawn and garden. Priced to sell — immediate possession. Will Pleasant, dignified carry part of paper. Earl Schnei- p -0- Box 352, der.'Phone Black 241 (30) area, as your own distributor. Part time to start, need not infringe on present employment. No selling required, all inventory and supply work. This is your own business with $400 a month to start with a potential of $25,"0:) per year. $2900 available cash needed immediately to start which is secured by equipment • i <;i stock. If sincerely interested, • nd a brief resume to Box 5174, newest Cinerama production, St. Paul, Minnesota. (30-31) "Search for Paradise" at the Century Theatre, Minneapolis, on HOWARD'S RADIO & T.V. March 4 • wi " b e a "benefit for Phone 265 tne Minneapolis Association for ———-—— Retarded Children, Melvin D. Thomas' "Seven Wonders of the who can be t;-ight to care for WOMAN Heckt, president of the society, World", which is in its second themselves, and perhaps learn a announced today. vear at the Century Theatre. trade or vocation that will make has immediate The ent|re receipts from tne Forma i invitations to the pre- them self-siippm-ling. A won:! premiere will go to the Associa- miere are being issued to nation- cnm P P c "° li >* for u ] 1 ' trama:^ tion for the support of the sum- al, state and civic leaders by Min- — tll0S0 c;m °° u,u>iht Cosmetics opening for mature woman to service good Avon territory. work. Write mer day camp it operates for re- nesota's Governor, Orville L. Dubuque, Iowa tarded youngsters of Hennepin Freeman; S. H. Fabian^ presi- (30-31-32) County. The management of the dent of the Stanley Warner Corp; — Minnesota Cinerama Corp. will and Samuel Rosen, executive vice CARD OF THANKS take care of all expenses for pre- president. We wish to express our thanks senting "Search for Paradise" at The opening will be in true our many friends for there its initial public Showing in the Hollywood premiere style, with words of sympathy and Northwest five-state area, thus Cinerama's famous red carpet, band and choral of our loved one. organization to realize all pro music, and introduction of celeb- FOR SALE — About 600 bales of Mrs. Anthony Yzerman ceeds flom the benefit night. rities. 1st cutting Alfalfa. Albert Everett M r . and Mrs. Warren Walker and Members of the Association Funds raised at the benefit per- ~ " --• -- f am iiy are organizing a ticket sales cam- formance will be used to buy paign Orchestra and loge (lower playground equipment and to add balcony) seats will sell for $3.50; to the professional staff for the while balcony tickets will be day camp of the Minneapolis As- CARD OF THANKS $2 50. sociation for Retarded Children Since returning home I have Lowell Thomas is the producer at Glen Lake Sanitorium, near FOR SALE — 1954 Studebaker Landcruiser, in good condition. Radio, heater, automatic trans- to mission. Quonset hut 18 after kind 6:00 p.m. (31) help at the time of the passing making it possible for the welfare searchlights, phone 4805, Fayette, la. (31-32) For the first time in Color — Tarzan's on the Wide Screen! Its "Tarzan and the Lost Safari" Starting Saturday ai the Fayette Theatre. Mr. and Mrs. Herry Hettler and family take care of their personal needs. The association was organ:: - -.'.! in 194(i. It is member of National Association for Retarded Children, and its he;, quarters are at 2742 Hi nrn-piv Ave., Minneapolis. As it is not affiliated with the Community Chest, it depends for support on independent fund raising projects. The society helps parents and families in the many heartbreaking problems of caring for retard \l veins; I ui:-. - d !,» earlv act Pa .V: fare Ca^; traim.'i.;' lies a! an d to v!:vian \ ami we!- CUBS TO MEET SUNDAY EVENING There will be a Cub Scout meeting at the High School at 7-00 Sunday evening, February 2. OTCHEN GADGETS USED WURLITZER ELECTRONIS ORGAN Pints. $30 per month. Write for everyone full particulars. Cedar Rapids Cards, letters, fruit, flowers and Piano Co. 322 First Ave. NE, gifts were all appreciated. Cedar Rapids, Iowa (31-32) Mrs. Lester Bennington TYPING PAPER One Ream (500 Sheet*) $1.99 Fayette County Leader Fayette, Iowa spent hours re-reading the many and commentator for "Search for Hopkins. cards and letters sent me while Paradise", which takes the spec- Here, retarded children who in the hospital and nursing home, tator to the "roof of the world" in are cared for at home rather I wish to express my thanks to Central Asia. The Cinerama cam- than in institutions, are taken in niionmn™ wn0 remembered me. eras filmed interludes in the Vale buses daily for a summertime of Kashmir, the hidden country outing they so rarely get. They of Hunza, the coronation of the are supervised by educators and King of Nepal, and the tropical recreation workers skilled in island of Ceylon. The "thrill se- handling handicapped children, quence" for which Cinerama pic- Swimming and water sports are tures are noted, is furnished by a highlight of the camp, accord- Americans who navigate the ing to Gordon Christian, execu- hitherto unconquered rapids and tive director of the Association, whirlpools of the Indus River in One camp session is conducted the Himalayas. "Search" lollow* for "educataole" youngsters-thosc t Tate ffie THREE* to Make Rod Bedding Vafuesf Mcleese - Ley tze Furniture Store FARMS for SALE 240 acre*, the best of improYemenis, nearly all tillable, Bremer County. 237 sores. Stock farm, long terms. 215 acres, on blacktop near West Union. Low down payment. Six 160 acre farms ranging in price from $244)00 to $80,000. 160 acre farm, near Elkader on blacktop, completely modern, $10,000 down, balance on terms. Two 120 acre farms, excellent improTemenls. Three 80 acre farms, on bare 80, all priced lo sell. Seven acreage* from 4 to 80 acres, every price range. 250 acres, good buildings, silo. 170 tillable. 130 Tama Soil, good producer. THE FAYETTE AGENCY POTATO" REG. ICEK pecial HEART CAKE REG. 39c PAN Special ayette REAL ESTATE INSURANCE BUSINESS PRINTING try the LEADER'S new printing system Every thing you need in printing for your business BLOTTERS — POSTCARDS — BILLHEADS — BUSINESS CARDS — CALENDARS — SALESBOOKS — TAGS — All sizes of Envelopes — All sizes of Letterheads — Gummed Labels — Menus — Laundry Tickets — Receipt Books — Scratch Pads — Complete printing service — ALL STANDARD FORMS — for every purpose Process Embossing — Photo Offset — Cut Service FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER Northeast Iowa's Fastest Growing Weekly Newspaper Fayette, Iowa Phone 11 . 29<t Variety OUR ANNIVERSARY BUTTERNUT HILLS FOLGERS | mRACLE mw COFFEE 89c I" 59c l Peter Pan Peanut Butter 39 <fc LUX SOAP in colors bath size ZEST bath size 23c 29c CRISCO lbs. 89c PITTED DATES 23c lb Young BEEF LIVER lb. 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