Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 6, 1958 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, February 6, 1958
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=r 6 FEBRUARY 1S5& Classified (Local) 15c por line. Classified Display (Local) 70c per por ,col. inch. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c Cof. inch. Car4 of Thanks $1.25. MinsrnuTn Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per, line. Minimum Charged Classified 50c FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED sand, aggregate Pea Gravel, ttiaejcdirt for lawns and gardens Carl Zupke and Son, Randalia phone 0617. (3-TF) NOTICE Sewing Machine, Singer, complete with Zig-Zng; sews automatically; new guarantee; pay 7 payments of S6.25. Write Mr. Fazio. 853-19th St., Dcs Moines, Iowa. Machine may be seen in Fayette. (32) and and my HOWARD'S Fayette RADIO & T.V. Phone 265 CARD OF THANKS I thank all my friends relatives for the kindness sympathy shown me and family from the loss of my husband. For the food and flower, also all the cash donations by so many people. It will be a great help. We will never forget. I thank each and every one of you. Mrs. Ed Solomon and family FOR SALE — About GOO bales of 1st cutting Alfalfa. Albert Everett phone 4005, Fayette, la. (31-32) USED WURLITZER ELECTRON1S ORGAN Pints.. $30 per month. Write for full jpariiculars. Cedar Rapids Piano Co. 322 First Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa (31-32) HOWARD'S Fayette RADIO & T.V. Phone 265 HOWARD'S Fayette RADIO & T.V. Phone 265 OBITUARY George Albert Cowles George Albert Cowles, son of Louis and Leona (Packard) Cowles was born February 19,1901 at Maynard, Iowa and died January 31, 1968 at Phoenix, Arizona attaining the age of 56 years 11 months and 12 days. His early boyhood was spent in and around Maynard and Fayette and in 1911 his parents moved to a farm near West Union. He attended public school and afterwards completed a business course. He was first employed by the Paulsen Motor Company of Clermont and later worked in Phelps, Wisconsin. In October 1922 he joined the Northeastern Iowa Power Company and continued that employment, following the merger with the Interstate Power Company, until December 1940 when he was appointed a deputy in the Fayette County Treasurers Office. In 1943 he was appointed Assistant Cashier of the Postville State Bank where he was cm- ployed until February 1945 when ill health forced him to resign. In the fall of 1946 he moved to . Phoenix, Arizona where he lived FOR SALE — Westinghouse De- until his passing January 31, 1958. luxe automatic electric range. Mr. Cowles was united in mar- Phone White 140. (32) riage July 11, 1929 to Bernice O. Lee of Colfax, Wisconsin, who passed away July 31, 1944. To this union were born two daughters, Karen Lee presently making her home with her Aunt, Mrs. T. Husberg of Eau Claire, Wisconsin and Jean Ann presently making her home with her Aunt, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen, of Fayette, Iowa. He was a member of the Luth- A PROCLAMATION WHEREAS, in recognition of the importance of electricity and the electrical industry to the social and economic strength of our community; and WHEREAS, to enhance public awareness of the importance of the services performed by electricity in everyday life; and WHEREAS, to encourage safe and efficient use of electricity and electrical equipment by emphasizing the importance of adequate wiring installations; and WHEREAS, to pay tribute to the electrical pioneers, typified by Thomas A. Edison, who contributed so much to the development of a vital industry; Favettc. NOW, THEREFORE, I, Roscoe E. Cousins, Union Eager Beavers 4-H Club Mayor of the City of Fayette, Iowa, do hereby proclaim meeting 8 p.m. Donna, Ellen, i r r L n K inco Robert and James Frey. the week of Febr "f r V 9 "' 3 ' 1 ? ¥58 ' , as Monday. Feb. 10 "ELECTRICAL ™ Halan N.R.G. 4-H Girls' Club in Fayette, Iowa, meeting 7:30 p.m. Maynard Community Bldg. hereunto set my hand and caused to be affixed the Seal of the City of Fayette, Iowa. Seal Roscoe E. Cousins MAYOR ATTEST: Mame L. Cole CLERK Fayette County Extension Service Calendar Of Events Friday, Feb. 7 "The Smart Look" lesson, Fairfield Township Homemakers, home of Mrs. LaVerne Henderson, 1:30 p.m. Mrs. E. L. Knickerbocker, assistant hostess. 4-H Special Activity meeting "Field Crop Pests" 7:30 p.m. Farm Bureau Bldg., Fayette. Saturday, Feb. 8 4 -H Boys' and Girls' Dancing Party 8 p.m. Farm Bureau Bldg., Fayette Girls Bow To Monona 43-33 Monona proved to he just a littli. (..o ninrh for Die Fayette Hii'N In handle as the Visitors decked the home team 43-33. Fayette fell behind some eight point.-; -Jiiiin:; the first half, but kept in (dose competition during the final two quarters dropping in some 23 points to Monona's 25. Elaine Rubens hit for 17 points to top Fayette's scoring, followed by Olson with 12 and Maxson's 4. Monona's Vorwald topped the games scoring with 25. WEEK" IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have MATURE WOMAN Avon Cosmetics has immediate opening for mature woman to service good Avon territory. Pleasant, dignified work. Write P.O. , Box 352, Dubuque, Iowa (30-31-32) FOR SALE — Hot water heater in good condition, $35.00; Laba- tories. $12.50; Complete stools, $22.50; Sinks, $2.00 and $3.00; Shower stalls, $20.00; Oil power heater, $25.00; 36 inch steel va- nition blinds, $2.00 each. Ph. 195 Victor Dahl Jefferson Hustlers 4-H meeting 8 p.m. Robert and Donald Bahe Bethel Rams 4-H Club meeting 8 p.m. Ronald Kent. Putnam Fore-Most 4-H Club meeting 8 p.m. Jon Downer. Tuesday, Fob. 11 Fayette County Soils Commissioners Annual meeting Farm Bureau Bldg., Fayette, potluck dinner at noon. "The Smart Look" Henderson Prairie Study Club, home of Mrs. Arbie Schroeder, Clermont Township, 1:30 p.m. Eldorado Eagles 4 -H Club meeting 8 p.m. Wayne Koester. Wednesday, Feb 12 "The Smart Look" Eden Township homemakers home of Mrs. Gerald Richards 1:30 p.m. Oran Whizzers 4-H Club meeting 8 p.m. William Adams. Thursday, Feb. 13 Farm and Home Development meeting, Farm Bureau Bldg., Fayette 10 a.m. GIRLS SPORTS The Fayette girls lost to Clermont -Elgin 24-52. Elaine Kuhens was high scorer for the Cards with ten points followed by Bonnie Olson with 8. Diane Frieden was high for C-E with 25 points. Friday, February 7, we play West Central here! We play the winner of the West Central- Arlington game in the Sectional Tournaments February 12 at Stanley. The winner of this game will play in the finals Feb. 15, the loser will play in the consolation game. CANCER continued from page 1 Unit said today. "This undoubtedly was clue to the fact that the American Cancer Society can help cancer patients have become better known." Cancer patients or their families are encouraged to make greater use of the Society's Loan Closet when its equipment is needed. Loan Closet Equipment owned by the County include four beds, two commodes, two walkers, one wheelchair and other sick room supplies. Patients needing any of these articles should contact Mrs. Blanche Storms, Mrs. E. H. Finch of Oelwein, and Mrs. Kaempel of West Union. Khapsodie Hongroise No. 6, also by Liszt. The Steimvay grand, piano to be used in the program was recently presented to Upper Iowa University by the Giffith Music- Foundation of Newark, New Jersey. TALLE continued from page 1 in the Union bounded by two important rivers. He said the Missouri is a difficult river because of its shifting banks and the Mississippi continues to be an important avenue of traffic, and both rivers should have, more FOR SALE — TV set 17 inch screetu Typewriter, Remington portable. 22 single shot rifle, 20 grage bolt action 3 shot. 2 antique Pots. 2; small used radios and numerous other items Ralph's Tavern. Phone 254 (32) FOR .SALE — Used 21 inch table model TV set. Phone Blue 105. Helen Bitterman. (32) FOR SALE — 1 Spring cow, 3rd calf, calfhood vaccinated. Guernsey andJersey. John Becker, 1 mile North of Maynard. (32) FOR SALE — House on Water Street. Write Mrs. Julie Ostrander, West Union or Phone 296-J (32) Shumaker) of Denver, Colorado. Bonita (Mrs. Victor Olsen) of Oelwein, Iowa, Dorothy (Mrs. Louis Raether) of St. Louis, Mo., attention,-not less, and Rita (Mrs. Daryl Englehardt) "Barge traffic on the Mississip- of Marion, Iowa. 16 grandchil- pi continues to increase each dren, 2 brothers, Oliver of Cor- year," Talle declared, and the vales, Oregon, and Arthur, of economic importance of this traf- Manhattan, Kans, one sister, Mrs. fjc is of vital concern to the State Frank Lund of Manhattan, Kans., of Iowa. Five counties of the Secand-a host of other relatives and 0 nd District border on the river friends. and the entire area has a stake He was a devoted husband and j n the huge river traffic in coal, father. oil, machinery, lumber, and other heavy products. To keep pace with this increase in river traffic much work should be done on improvements of both the Missouri and the Mississippi." Congressman Talle reminded the Corps of Engineers that the people of the United States have lived in a state of emergency since the day Hitler marched into Poland in 1939. "Since that time our national life has been abnormal," he said. "We hope someday, and we hope that day may come soon, we can return to a normal state of af- KEYT0N PRESENTS RECITAL TONIGHT "When we return to normal FOR SALE Pickup. A-l with stock White 89. - 1954 Ford hi Ton Condition, complete rack. Ph. Fayette (32) FOR SALE — Spinet Organ, two Manual, less than 1 yr. old. Can be seen-in this vicinity. Any reasonable offer accepted. Cash or terms.. For information Smyth. Piano Co., % Manager, 505 Euclid, Des Moines, Iovnai- ••>-•• (32) FOft/SALE — 2 Maytag Washers, gas stove, table model Admiral TV. set McLeese-Leytze Furni ture Store. (32) FAYETTE — Upper Iowa University will present Robert Keyton at the piano in a faculty recital at Colgrove-Walker Memorial Auditorium in Fayette at 8:00 p.m. on February 6. Mr. Keyton is a graduate of Swinney Conservatory of Music located at Central College in Fayette, Missouri. He obtained f a j rs . Then it will be time enough em Church and active in its or- his Master's degree in music from t Q decide whether or not the ganizations as well as a member the Eastman School of Music in Rock Island Arsenal should be of the Masonic Lodge. Rochester, New York and has closed. Mr. Cowles leaves to morn his been a student of N. Louise passing, in addition to his daugh- Wright, George MacNabb and ters, one sister, Mrs. Hazel Robert Goldstand. I Rasmussen of Fayette and one since joining the staff of the brother, Park Cowles of Ossian, Upper Iowa music department in' he was preceded in death by his 1956, Mr. Keyton has contributed wife, parents, and two brothers, his talent to many of the activities of the campus and at all times balances his outstanding piano technique with a fine feeling for the music. In addition to his work on the Carl August Lund, son of Olaf campus, Keyton made a success- and Karin Lund, was born Aug- ful tour last summer through three states, including performances at Zanesville, Ohio; Chicago, Illinois; and Mankato, Minne sota which were especially well received. Thursday's program will in elude Carl 'Phllipp Emanuel Bach's Sonata, entitled the driver —- and in no undertain terms. In most of them drivers are told they will be subject to the .same discipline for acts that MIGHT have caused an accident as they would be for doing something that actually caused an accident. In every case, drivers are required to sign a statement that they have read, understood and will abide by regulations in these manuals. Might be an idea worth considering for all drivers. living I can visualize even greater use of the Mississippi. I can visualize, for instance, a scenk; highway along either bank, and even greater strides in the increase in river traffic. The river is a valuable asset and should be cared for as a valuable asset." Talle said he could not go along with the Army Engineers' argument that the work load at Rock 1 Island is insufficient to keep the Arsenal open. He suggested the Engineers might help the situation by showing initiative in getting after some of the projects that could be handled now, which would help increase the work load at Rock Island. General Itscnner promised the Congressmen that no decision would be made before another meeting is held at which time Assistant Secretary of the Army for Civil Works, Dewey Short, would be present to review the whole situation. HIGHWAY eonlinued from page 5 in most of the manuals, amounts to a direct order to drivers and a requirement for employment. For example, in w.s turning in- truetions to drivers, the manual of General Expressways System has this to say: "When turning right, be as close as possible to the right curb. If you can't block the right lane, be sure the lane has no car in it before you turn. Look and see! We charge you with the responsibility of recognizing the fact that motorists do attempt to squeeze into the "booby trap" (right lane) on right turns, and that they pass at intersections on your left turn. Never trust people to see your signals. Look and set 1 !" All the manuals bear down hard on the responsibility of the LIMA NEWS Mr. and Mrs. Ray Warner went Tuesday to Chicago to take their granddaughter, Juanita White home and to see their new grandson and visit in the Robert White home. Returning Thursday. • • m m « Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anfinson and Kolieen visited Sunday in the Verle Pugh home at Strawberry Point and also called at the home of their son Donald. * • • • Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Davis and Alan were dinner guests on Sunday in the Paul Oelberg home in West Union. Fayette Boys Dump Valley High 59-51 Valley High of Clermont-Elgin again fell victims for the third time tliis season to Fayette's high flying Cardinals 59-51 here Friday night. After piling up a 3320 halftime load Fayette was outscored by the Tigers 31 to 26. Valley hit only' 15 baskets, the final 16 minutes, to Fayette's 22, but outshot the Cardinals from the charity line 21-15. Posting a 11 wins, 6 loss record, Fayette will attempt to make it 12 wins at the expense of Sumner Tuesday night on the Sumner floor. GAY'S BARBER SHOP Gaylen Bierbower, Prop. 144 Main St. Fayette It Pays To Look Well NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING The Annual Meeting of the FARMERS MUTUAL INSURANCE ASS'N., will be held in American Legion Hall in Fayette, Iowa, at 1 p.m. Tuesday, February 11, 1958 for the purpose of Election of Directors, and other matters that may properly come before the meeting. Louis Kane, Pres., Dow Clute, Secy., Westgate, Iowa Arlington, Iowa OBITUARY Carl August Lund ust 18, 1883 at Lasita, Kansas, and passed away at the Palmer write Memorial Hospital in West Union, Credit} Iowa, February 1, 1958. On May 5, 1915 he was united in marriage to Stella Bundle at Clay Center Kansas. They then established their new home in OK YOU COWARD, YOU CAN COME OUT NOW AND FILL'ER UP We like to make friends with "new drivers". Once they sample our service, they become steady customers. Ask about our customer courtesy policy. Pi FEBRUARY 6 — 7 — 8 1958 FOR SALE — Famous make Spinet Piano being returned. Less than 1 yr. old. Reasonably priced. Cash or terms. For complete -information write Smyth Piano Co., 505 Euclid, Des Moines Iowa. (32) HELP WANTED — Housekeeper and companion. Write Fred Suckon. Samariton Home, Wast Unipn,. Iowa (32) Lansing, Iowa where they lived Allegro-con spirito, Adagio sost. until coming to Fayette in 1922, enuto and Presto, and Hayden's where he established a grocery Sonata in E Flat Major, Allegor, business. Adagio and, Finale-Presto; also One daughter preceeded him in Debussy's Feuilles mortes (Dead death. Leaves) and L'isle Joyeuse (The Surviving are his wife, one Isle of Joy). The final group will son, Carl of Calmar, Iowa; foifr consist of Fantasie-Irnpromtu by- daughters, Joyce (Mrs. Kenneth Chopin, Funerailles by List, and SALESMAN WANTED One of the biggest Feed Compa nies in the business needs a sales man at once. Top earnings. Farm background or acquaintance with farmers most helpful. Experience not necessary. We completely train you. Full time work. Repeat business; Home nights. Must have car. Write Sales Manager, 701 South 42nd St., Omaha, Nebraska (32-33) Do your "pullets need a boost? If so, Bolson's Poultry Booster is your best bet costs less to feed. Buy Bolson'* From your Bolson Feed Dealer, (32-33-34) Idiol building lots in Fayette's newest edition. Pine shade trees, most reasonable. Phone 14 — THE "FAYETTE AGENCY. (32) YES! "One of your clients complimented your agency to me by saying, 'Their customers are not just policy numbers — you get attention, and service when you need it.' I have learned from bitter experience, to deal only with reliable local agents. Do you handle all kinds of insurance?" THE FAYETTE AGENCY INSURANCE REAL ESTATE HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE illUk YOU ! We would like to thank those who have been our customers and friends during the time we have served you in Fayette's Texaco Station. Your patronage was very much appreciated. We hope you will extend this same loyalty and patronage to Jerry Langel, the new proprietor. HOWARD POPENHAGEN HOWARD'S TEXACO STATION "'>••/?. Fayette, Iowa Head LETTUCE 29c Red River COBBLER POTATOES 10 lh , 45c Raths PURE LARD 69c Folgers, Hills, Butternut 89c Elbo MACARONI 39c Shurfresh MARGARINE -— 2 lbs. 49c Snider's TOMATO CATSUP O 14 oz. -L bottles 39c Admiral OIL SARDINES 3 29c THRIFTY FOOD MART Fayette, Iowa Phone 81 H. A, Schmidt

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