Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 13, 1958 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, February 13, 1958
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Classified (Local) 15c per Classified Display (Loca' per col. inch. line. GIRLS! How would you like ""k per to k e shipwrecked on an Island wiih SlwarJ and David. It hap„, ....,„. , pened la Ava. See what she did Classified (National) 18c per line in . THE LITTLE HUT" — starts Classified Display (National) 77c Sat. Fab. 15 — Fayette Theatre. Col. inch. Card of Thanks $1.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Blind Classified Advertising 20c per line. M.nimum Charged Classified 50c Serving starts at 4.30. Cafeteria style. Salads and Dessert, sand- NOTICE Grace Lutheran Mission Circle is having an oyster and Chili supper at the Lutheran Church basement on Tuesday, Feb. 18. r'OK bALE: QUALITY WASHED .-and. aggregate Pea Gravel. • >. k dirt iur lawns and gardens • 'l <iupke and Son, Randalis me 0617. (3 -TF) i'Oil SALE — Hot water heater in good condition, $35.00; Lava- tores, $12.50; Complete stools, $22.50; Sinks, $2.00 and $3.00; Suowcr sialls, S20.00; Oil parlor heater, $25.00; 30 inch steel va- nition blinds, $2.00 each. Ph. 195 Victor 0ahi wiches and invited. drink. Everyone is 13 FEBRUARY 10S8 Mr. and Mrs. Joy Popenhagen, Mrs. Ralph Dickinson, Mrs. Jesse Buck master, and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Popenhagen attended funeral services for Owen Cummings on Friday afternoon at Volga City. « # • • • Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anfin- Fon and Kollcen, Mr. and Mrs. Joy Popenhagen and Dara and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Popenhagen and family spent Sunday in the Harold Popenhagen home. • * • • • Mrs. Donald Orr went Friday to Cedar Rapids to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Joe t'onnol and family and also in the Micky Leonhart home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Parker Davis attended funeral services for their uncle Jesse Palmer at Waterloo on Monday. The men were pallbearers. FOR SALE — TV set 17 inch screen. Typewriter, Remington RURAL HOUSEWIVES Avon Cosmetics offers opportunity for growing income through servicing families in your neighborhood. Write P.O. Box 352 Dubuque, Iowa. " (33-34-35) CARD OF THANKS We sincerely thank all our friends, neighbors and relatives for the kind thoughts and expivs sions of sympathy during our bereavement. A special thanks to Rev. Hawhee, Rev. Ukena, Dr. portable. 22 single shot rifle, 20 Linge and the staff of Palmer grage bolt action 3 shot. 2 antique Clocks. 2 small used radios and numerous other items Ralph's Tavern. Phone 254 (32) SALESMAN WANTED One of the biggest Feed Companies in the business needs a sales- thanks for the kindness and sym- Memorial Hospital. They are all deeply appreicated. The Family of Mrs. Elfa Gordon CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere Agronomy Shortcourse At Ames Fayette County has been selected as one of the Counties to attend the 4-H Agronomy Short- course at Ames, February 19th and 20th. Four or five 4-H Club Leader.s and the County Extension Youth Assist, will attend. Agronomy projects, judging activities, demonstrations, displays, tours and subject matter will be discussed. Seeing is Relieving A CAT CAN SEE MUCH BETTER THAN A PERSON IN NEAR- DARKNESS, PARTLY BECAUSE A REFLECTING STRUCTURE BEHIND ITS RETINA SENPS„ LIGHT THROUGH THE RETINA A SECOND TIME, SAYS THE BETTER VISION INSTITUTE. SPECTACLES ARE LABOR-SAVERS ...THEY DO PART OF THE COMPLICATED JOB OF SEEING FOR YOU. ISPOOLPROOFIN ABOUT 95% OF THE CASES OF INADEQUATE VISION IN INDUSTRY COULD BE CORRECTED BY GLASSES, SAYS THE BETTER VISION INSTITUTE. 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) pathy shown us from the loss of our husband and father; for the food, flowers and memorials. Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten. Mrs. C. A. Lund and family CARD OF THANKS We sincerely wish to thank all Do your pullets need a boost? If for kindness and sympathy expressions shown us during out- recent bereavement. Karen and Jean Ann Cowles Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and family Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and family so, Bolson's Poultry Booster is your best bet, costs less to feed. Buy Bolson's From your Bolson Feed Dealer. (32-33-34) If you love your wife, Jake her lo see "THE LITTLE HUT" — you will never regret it. Fayetle Theatre — Sat. — Sun. — Mon. FOR SALE — Good 5 room house to be moved or remodled, priced our to sell. Phone 240 Fayette or their kindness and sympathy up- write Tom Henry, Fayette. on the loss of our father. Our a p(33-34-35-36) preciation to Rev. Howard John son for his fine sermon and heljp. CARD OF THANKS We would like to thank friends and neighbors all for NOTICE February 19. Ash Wednesday Luncheon at the First Methodist Church. Salmon loaf or ham loaf o0 cents. Serving starts at 11-30 Darrell and Harold Badger OBITUARY Mrs. Charles R. Gordon _ Elfa S. Nace, the daughter of CHOICE Building lots, New ad _ - "William and Louisa Roe Nace, Pnced to sell. Phone 240 was born on July 2 E /, 1875 at or write Tom Henry, Strawberry (Point, the third of (33-34^35-36) five children^ She grew up near dition Fayette Faylette. WEEK END SPECIALS Good either Thursday, Friday or Saturday. The lucky car license plate will get 10% discount on their Grocery order. (33*236) Spare Time Frozen O iA CHICKEN PIE L for *RJ C Corao pkg. of A 0 "C#» TISSUE *± only LOC PAPER roll 19c Duo-Dustin Q SHEETS roU OOQ Lion 7C*» COFFEE lb. I DC BROOMS each 98c OYSTERS pt. 98c Potters Polar Pak l / 2 £Q*» ICE CREAM _ gal TOC Goeken's Food Mkt Strawberry Point until she was 14 or 15. After that the family lived in and around Arlington. She wns married on May 16, 190G to Charles R. Gordon. To them were born four children: Dale of Randalia, Fern, Mrs, George Buhmann, Randalia, Lueile, Mrs. Cecil Kelly, Maynard, and Donald of Westgate. Charles and Elfa farmed near Arlington from 1906 to 1927 and near Fayette from 1927 to 1951. They moved to Fayette in October 1951. Elfa had been a member of the Rebekah and Royal Neighbor lodges. She became a member of the Church of Chrisf in Arlington at about the age of 16. She always enjoyed having the family at her house on Thanksgiving day. She found a great deal of pleasure in being together with her children and grandchildren. She was with the family on Christmas day. Death came to Elfa on January 18, 1958 at the age of 82 years, 5 months, and 23 days. She was preceded in death by her parents, one brother, one sister and a grandchild who died in infancy. She is survived by her husband, Charles, her four children, and ten grandchildren, as well as by a brother, William Nace of Arlington, and a sister, Mrs. Myra Thompson of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Gordon enjoyed reading her Bible a great deal, and especially enjoyed the Twenty-third Psalm. (Pall bearers, all nephews, include Russell Gordon, Ora Posten, Joe Gordon, Fred Gordon, Edwin Thompson, and Harry Gordon). SCIENCE IN YOUR LIFE Ten More Years Since 1940, ten years have been added to life expectancy in the United States, raising it to 70 years. This spectacular increase within so short a span - results from the joint efforts of practicing: physicians, public health officials, and pharmacists, supported by the work of research scientists in the pharmaceutical industry, government agencies, universities, ana >>«• 9 private laborato- J-'V ries. ', ^ Drug discoveries '..of recent years , have lowered the cost of illness, brought the sick back to health, and kept millions out of hospitals and early graves. Deadly menaces fuch as polio, tuberculosis, pneumonia, and many other infections have been all but snuffed out as major medical problems. But these accomplishments are only a forerunner of even greater progress. When scientists conquer the degenerative diseases, a life­ span of over 100 years may be possible in the United States, according to a spokesman of Chas. Pfiaer & Co., Inc., world's leading producer of antibiotics and discoverer of such drugs as Terra- mycin. In the forefront in this battle against disease are the nation's physicians. They are backed by Maynard, Melvin Gust, Arlington, Howard Jones, Arlington. In the keynote address of the day, Marvin A. Anderson, associate director of the Cooperative andExtension Service in Agriculture and Home Economics, pointed out that today's young people accept for granted the marvelous age of automation and atomic energy which came in the continued" from page 1 mcnts, and the sum overdue amounts to only $123,000. To offset the overdue accounts, the other side of the ledger on January 1 showed that REA and RTA cooperatives had paid in $117 million in advance of due dates. The cooperatives in Iowa are in an extremely healthy condition, having paid in a total of $10.4 million in advance of due dates. BILL TO PROTECT DAIRY FARMERS Last week I introduced a bill in the House of Representatives which I call the "-hold the line for the dairy industry" bill. My bill would prevent the Secretary of Agriculture from dropping dairy price supports below the present minimum of 75 percent of parity. The dairy industry cannot stand a cut in support prices to 60 percent as proposed by the Department of Agriculture. It has been my sad experience to note that when we give authority to lower jhe minimum price support that may be paid, that figure often become the maximum. I believe that would happen in this instance. There fore, I feel it is necessary to hold the line on dairy prices at the present level of 75 to 90%. INSURANCE BILL PASSES HOUSE The House passed, last week, a bill to extend for one year the Act relating to taxing the income of life insurance companies. The bill, as passed, was identical to my own bill which I introduced on the first day of the present session. It was necessary to extend {his Act in order to protect over 100 million policyholders If the present Act were allowed to die, as scheduled, on March 15, it would increase taxes to life insurance companies by more than fifty percent with a resulting increase in rates to policyholders. VISITORS TO WASHINGTON Several of the Members of the WANTED BY THE FBI GEORGE EDWARD COLE A complaint was filed before • United States Commissioner at San Franciico, Calif., on January 9, IW7, charging George Edward Cole with violation ol the Unlawful Flight to Avoid Prosecution Statute in that he Red from the State of California to avoid prosecution after allegedly murdering • police officer. Cole is described at follow): lore, March 24. 1927, Philadelphia. Pa. Height, 6 feet I inch. Weight, 160 to 171 pounds. Build, medium. Hair, brown, receding. Eyes, brown. Complexion, medium. Race, white. Nationality, American. Occupations: buo driver, truck driver, typist. Scan anti marls: pit scar on outside corner of right eye, small cut scar on inside of left wrist, appendectomy scar; tattoo, small heart and names "Mom" one) "Dad" and letters "GP" or "SP" on left forearm; tattoo, 8-point star on beck of left hand. He wears futi upper denture. Cole has previously been convicted of grand larceny and robbery. He reportedly has stated that he will shoot any police officer attempting to apprehend him. Cole it considered armed and dangerous. Any person hoving information which, might assist in locating this fugitive i« requested to immediately notify two. Director of the Federal Bureau of In. vestigation, United Statet Department of Justice, Washington 25, D. C, or tho Special Agent in Charge of the nearest FBI Division, the telephone number of which appears on the first page of loeof telephone directories. we have the highest standard of _ Iowa delegation in t ne House had we na day" of "their"'elders. ''The young an enjoyable luncheon meeting living > people's world begins with Sput- lartweek g^^L. ^ Sandell reminded his listeners man of the Republican State that consumers get more and bet- Central Committee, and Mr. ter food for a much smaller por- Charles Wittenmeyer, Member tion of their income than did their of the Republican National Com- forefathers, and that in European nik, a telescoping of time and space, an age and world of inter­ space thinking and activity," he said. "We need to remove the complacent attitudes toward education," Anderson stated as he pointed out that rural boys and mlttee, of Davenport, Iowa. All the Republican Congressmen attended the luncheon in the House girls do not have equality of Restaurant. education. "Twice as many urban ban quet , complimented the lead- youths have the advantage of ed- ers on the important role they ucation beyond high school as do play in 4 . H work and discussed rural boys and girls, he said. whose stores are a ffiUated in the suit of countries food costs still average more than 50 percent of family living budgets. He reminded the group of the "built-in maid service" that modern food processing provides and of how much more time homemakers have as a re- the changes that have time he recognized that many rural young people will findl their life's work off the farm. Be-] cause there are many opportunities for employment in areas related to agriculture and home economics, a farm background will be of great value to these young people, Anderson said. As a result of changes that are taking place on Iowa farms and ysicians. i nev are oacKea oy based on the more reliable statis- more than 100,000 community and tics, there will be a surplus of hospital pharmacists. 190,000 workers on farms by 1965, But in the years to come, the Anderson reported. Unless more non-farm job opportunities open up it is estimates that 160,000 of these people will have to find employment outside the state, he told the leaders. In panel presentations that followed Anderson's talk the participants further developed the role that leaders can play in helping 4-H members to make the adjustments that will be required as they prepare for adult •.hs.ii™,,*. , • ----- ~~ « and social changes responsibilities, S^MS^S VS11°?\Z IOW " T —"7 ESS! S the youths with whom they Harold L - Boulton county yided by the Iowa Cham store work. They returned from the extension Youth Ass't reports. Council, Inc., who joined with meeting with a new concept of Those who represented the the Extension Service in sponsor their role in helping 4-H mem- county were Mrs. Harold Hare, ing the event. bers prepare themselves for the Maynard, Mrs. D. W. Woods, Milton Sandell, president of the Benner Tea Company of Burling ton, the principal speaker at the To support his contentions he Chain Store CouncU. taken place in food processing emphasized that Iowa needs to He pointed out that "Here in And he emphasized that the aver- have as its farm operators people the United States we have the age net profit of the food super- who are good leaders, skilled most efficient system of distrib'u- market is only 1.4 cents on each operators and above every thing tion of any nation. As a result, dollar of sales, else good managers. At the same —— — I Local 4-H Group "Challenged" At State Leaders' Day . the U.S. will need even more pharmacists. Science and education leaders are being urged to interest career- minded teenagers in the profession of Pharmacy during National Pharmacy Week, October 6 to 12. The rewards are many, including a secure financial future, community respect, and above all, the ac- "shn' ' Fayette County's delegates to the Eighth Annual State 4-H Leaders' Day held at Iowa State College, Ames, on Jan. 27 were economic complishment achieved in helping others live longer, healthier lives. In the years to come, that might top 100 years. Phone 10 Fayette, Iowa INSULATE YOUR HOME COPPER FIBER INSULATION FOR FREE HOME DEMONSTRATION SAVE ON FUEL BILLS AND ON MEDICAL BILLS WRITE: BOX 14 HAZLETON, IOWA When abath just can't wait... You Need on All-New A.0. Smith ftrmaglas Glass-Lined WATER HEATER (EI tti THE GLUM, HOT WATER ' YOU'LL EVER NEED...EVERY TIME m TURK OH THE Tift Hydraslttl's the secret—and • tough, new, longer-luting glut lining, txclattoc with Ptrmajlatl Wt'll install your* today I 34 monOu to payl •NUnts rsndini. Gene Wm. Singer choose k ^ifbra"newlookr Come, see how completely we've anticipated all YOUR ideas of good looking wallpaper. 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