Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 13, 1958 · Page 8
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Minimum Charged Classified 50c per line. Classified (National) 18c per line Classified Display (National) 77c Col. inch. Card of Thanks SI.25. Minimum Classified Ad 45c Classified Display (Local) 70c per per col. inch. Classified (Local) 15c per line. Blind Classified Advertising 20c FOR SALE: QUALITY WASHED ?und, anfiii.'Ratf P'-'a Gravel Hi.ick dirt for lawns and (janii'n e'arl Zupkc and Son, K.m i.il: phone 0617. '.t Tr FOR RENT 160 acre farm adjoining Donnan Junction on the North. Possession. March 1, 1958. H. J. Swift, Man Chester, Iowa. (34-35-36-37) Order you Armours Fortiliiar today. Dumcrmuth U Fay, Fayette, Iowa 34 May 15 FOR SALE -- Hay and Straw, square bales, reasonable. H. F. Oelbettf. Wadena, Iowa. (36-37) Prevent baby pig anemia — Use 100°o absorbable Armidoxan. Available at Davis Rexall Store The World Book Encyclopedia is first choice of America's homes, schools and libraries. Find out whyl Your're under no obligation. Contact Otto Finger — Ph. 192 or Blue 222 (36-37-38) Farmers & Landowners For all earth moving, ponds. Terracing, Ditching, etc. Timber and Brushland clearing — Contact Robert (Bob) Swehla, R.F.D. No. 1 Fayetio. Phone 1902 KOIi SALE — (I'ilmore piano, S-10.00; Ambassador Coronet and ease — used 2 months, $!). r ).(lt); Electric portable phonograph speed. Sfi.00; Chrome breakfast set, S20.00. Arnold Iletli. FOR SALE -- 1!) foot trailer house, $50.00. Plume White 178 FOR SALE — 1950 Ford 2 dr. radio and Heater, $200.00. Good condition. Earl .Schneider Ins. WANTED — Baby sitter. Jobs anytime after school. Roberta Ga 'fjL', Phone Blue 12:1 WANTED — Baby sitter for five and a half days a week to stay with anticipated baby. Call 11 or 120 in day time or 5 after 5:00. FOR RENT - - Modern down stairs apartment. Ideal for elderly couple. Martin Timni (37) We are now set up to clean and treat saod oats. Avoid the spring rush by getting your work done early. A telephone call will arrange an appointment to suit your convenience. Call 145 Fay ette. Bell Brand Farm Supply. (36-37-38-39) CONGRATULATIONS Mrs. Harry Brown i l Mrs. Harry Brown of Fayette was , the lucky winner of a pair of Glov-etis given away last Sarur -i day at Nelson's Shoe and Cloth- 1 ing. NOW ANOTHER PAIR of FREE! accural clack, over-iltt tfiil «ace; "window dial" tunlnii "golden throat" t*M| distinctly* •tiling. In cooperation with the manufacturer we are participating in a sensational presentation of 1.000 pairs of Glov -Olt Wedgies free. Last week we gave away a pair of the popular Glov'eits. Now we are going to give away still another pair. Drawing for this third pair will be on March 15. Drawing for the clock radio will be on March 29. Alltfio fcovo I* do lo b* •ll«lbl« far *• not haw to bo pttwirt o* Hit drowlnoj REGISTER TODAY! NELSON'S QUESTION: "We came back from a weekend trip to find the beater out, plumbing pipes frozen and burst, and water frozen on rntfs, floors and ceilings. The datnaye is considerable. Does a Comprehensive Dwelling Policy cover such dam- at;e, while a Residence Fire Policy does not?" See Fayette Agency for the answer. We have a supply of records — 33 — 45 — 78 — that is growing und growing.. Come in and see them — hear them. Howard's Radio & TV Shop. Fayette SENIOR SKETCH Pat Chase was born in Fayette, Iowa, October (2, l'M'J and has attended only Fayette schools. Pat lists her lavoviies as: shrimp, blue, Related Arts, and football. Tab Hunter and Natalie Wood are her favorites as actor and actress. Her favorite expression is ''1 don t know!" She can usually be seen with Lois or Donna. She says that her most exciting mom> nt is yet to come. As extra activities she participates as one of our four enthusiastic cheer leaders and in Girls Chorus. At the present time Pat is employed part time at the Coffee Nook. After graduation she plans on attending classes at U.I.U. Best of Luck Pat! ! - LIBRARY (continued from pngo one) Henry; An Angel Grown Up by Tcre Dios; Wind Over Wisconsin by Dcrlcth; Bright Journey by Derleth; Restless Is the River by Dcrlcth; The Edge of Darkness by Norton; Mrs. Piggie-Wigglc by Hetty Mac Donald; Peter Frcuchon's Book of the Seven Seas; Uat Masterson by Richard O'Connor; Man: His First Million Years by Ashley Montague; The Lovely Day by Dorothy Kvelyn Smith; The House of the Seven Gables by Hawthorne; The Bachelor's Baby by Gwcn Davenport; Edit With Lead by Grooms; The White Witch by Goudge; Subways are For Sleeping by Edmund Love; Town Farmer by Frank Gruber; You and Tuberctdosis by Perkin's and Feldman; A Death in the Family by James Ages; A Man Ten Feet Tall by Helen Topping Miller; ! lie Moon By Night by Joy Packer: Moby Dick by Melville; The Travels of Marco Polo by Manuel Komroff; The Man Who Shot Iuanti'ill by George A. A/ppell; A Treasury of Mississippi Folklore by 13. A. Balkin; Mississippi ('ailing by Eifert; Cutain Cull by Russell Janney; Lost Cities ,y Pottrell; Bitter Ground by li-.iriiett; Home Before Dark by Mossing; and Madeline by Gavin. Library hours for the Fayette Library are: Wednesdays \2M noon to 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Saturdays 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. HOW'S YOUR ETIQUETTE? When two couples attend the theatre, should one of the gals be seated CI) beside the other, (2) or> tile aisle, (3) farthest from the aisle? Getting into a hassel over who's to sit where — won't get you an early dating encore. Even-numbered groups should start and end with a man; so here, one lad sliould take the far;host seat, followed by you two gals—and then the other boy. See how simple? When walking's hazardous, what's correct — (1) you take his arm, (2) he grips your elbow, (3) let him carry you? High heels don't always mix with cobblestones . . . slippery sidewalks . . . heavy traffic. Why wait for him to make like Sir Walter Raleigh, or steer you along by the elbow? Take his arm. It's the best accident insurance ever. Which is correct when leaving a vehicle — (1) ladies first, (2) ladies last, (3) look before you leap? When you leave a bus, street car, taxi or jalopy— ladies last is the rule. (Nay to a "Leaping Lena" routine,) That 's so your squire can assist you to a safe landing. Wait, and take the helping hand he offers you. It 's the best strategy! OBITUARY Joseph Robert Wood Joseph Robert Wood was born February 8, 1879 on a farm in Scott Township, Fayette County, Iowa, the eldest son of Ralph and Ida Wood. On November 13, 1901 he was united in marriage to Jessie Larraine Daughty. He is survived by his wife, three sons, Raymond of Maynard, IoWa; Harley, Rochester, Minn.; J. R. of Oelwein, Iowa; one daughter, Margaret (Mrs. Grant Peterson) of Marshalltown, Iowa; one brother, Frank of Fayette; two sisters, Hattie Ross and Mae Mayle of Oelwein; also 10 grandchildren; two brothers and one sister preceded him in death in childhood. A resident of Fayette County and a farmer all of his life until about one year ago when he was forced to retire because of illness. He was active in community work. He served as an officer of the Fayette Cooperative Creamery, Farm Service Company, Telephone exchange, Farm Bureau and the first 4-H calf club in Iowa. He was a member of the Methodist church since early childhood. Also a member of the A.F. and A. .M. Masonic Lodge No, 248, Royal Arch Masons chapter No. 80 and Order of Eastern Star of Fayette, Iowa. He passed away quietly at Mercy Hospital, Oelwein, Iowa Sunday, March 9th at 10 p.m. Funeral held in First Methodist church in Fayette on Tuesday, March 11, Rev, Paul L, Huscher assisted by Rev. M. B. Green of Oelwein. at the £t&te Efenk, fifilA that own,* ers of savings bonds can save themselves p. lot of worry, and save money for themselves and other taxpayers, if they keep their bonds in a safety deposit box or in a fireproof safe, and keep a record of (he serial numbers in another location. Mr. Claxton said this latter practice isn't so dramatic but, like driving a car carefully, it's much safer. HOT LUNCH March 17-March 21, 1958 Monday Weiner on Buttered Bun Hashed Brown Potatoes Buttered Sauerkraut or Corn Fruit Cup-Pineapple-Banana and Apple Peanut Butter Cooky Ms Pint Milk Tuesday Baked Italian Spaghetti Bread and Butter Sandwiches Tossed Salad Cheese Straps Butterscotch Pudding Ms Pint Milk Wednesday Creamed Chicken on Mashed Potatoes Buttered Peas Peanut Butter Sandwich Geletin with Fruit-Apple, etc. Vi Pint Milk Thursday Meat Loaf Mashed Potatoes with Butter School made Buns, Butter Cabbage Salad Blue Plums % Pint Milk Friday Bean Soup Cranberry Sauce Carrot Ohips and Cauliflower Buds Cornbread with Jelly and Butter Peach Tapioca Pudding % Pint Milk HIGHWAY (continued from Ipage5) again and, in the file, was a letter from the driver pleading his case. The tone of the letter can be pickedup from the final sentence. The driver wrote: "As a matter of fact, you people should be giving me an award for safe driving." Was this reaction unusual? Fetters shook his head sadly. "Practically everyone we hear from is a superior driver," he said. "If you would read our mail for a week you'd wonder how it's possible we have so many accidents." Are you, too, a superior driver? WHAT HAPPENS TO BONDS No exact tabulation has been kept of the many ways savings bonds are lost or mutilated, but the family washing machine takes care of its share. Bonds are left in shirt pockots, or other garments, and when mom does the family wash she salvages a blob of pulp. Others have been eaten by cows and goats, chewed to shreds by dogs, burned with trash, torn into paper dolls by children and made into confetti nests by mice. One man sent in an envelope filled with tiny pieces of bonds which had bees torn by his wife during a family argument. However, when wives mutilate sav-, ings bonds, it's usually an acci-j dent. They seem to have an idea that ovens, electric cookers, waffle irons and similar devices are safe because hundreds of thousands of burned bonds have been replaced. j In contrast to the family quarrel, one man put a bond under his wife's dinner plate for a surprise birthday gift. She failed to notice it, and washed it with the dishes . . . but got a new one in place of it. Another man hid some bonds in an old shoe, which his wife gave to a charitable organization. Regardless of what happens to your savings bonds . . . whether you have scorched or torn remnants, or nothing . . . you'll get new ones from Uncle Sam by reporting the loss to the Treasury. But that isn't the answer. Forrest B. Claxton, President Heat-Damaged Corn Causing Trouble, Industry Reports AMES — A special bulletin issued by the Corn Industries Research Foundation, Inc., states that shelled corn which has been overheated during drying on farms or at elevators creates difficulties in processing operations range of 130-140 degrees, said excessive heat will damage grain in a manner to cause milling trouble and operational losses. In the manufacture of corn starch, syrup, sugar, oil, feedstuffs and similar products from corn, several closely controlled processing steps are followed, the bulletin explained, and these can of corn refineries, Tho bulletin, urging that drying temperatures be held to a be thrown out of balance by a relatively small amount of heat- damaged grain. Overheating results in a partial "pasting" of starch inside the corn kernel, making it difficult to separate the starch properly from the other ingredients, the Foundation noted. This in turn clogs sieves and filters and causes improper separation of starch in centrifugals, machines which operate like cream separators. The bulletin observed that farmers of the Midwest now have large amounts of wet corn in crib storage owing to the unfavorable weather during the recent harvest season. Much of this grain will have to be drieo artificially and the Foundation sounds a warning against "damaging a good product by overheating." Increased use of picTcer-shellers on farms, indicating that ever greater amounts of corn will be artificially dried at high air temperatures, can make the problem more acute as time goes on, the Foundation said, adding; "Com which has been subjected to overheating in kilns, forced-air driers or similar equip­ ment usjing high temperatures becomes useless to the corn refining industry. "In fact, several corn processing firms report that in normal times they avoid buying corn marketed from counties where commercial driers were known to be operating. They have learned from long experience that driers are operated at too-high temperatures." The corn refining industry processes some 140 million bushels of shelled corn annually, the bulk of which is obtained in Corn Belt states. This is a substantial portion ot air marketed corn. Managers of corn refining plants, meeting in Chicago recently, discussed methods of quickly detecting heat-damaged grain. The meeting brought out that dry millers, who manufacture corn meal, flour and cereals from corn, are likewise experiencing milling troubles with overheated grain. Rep. Balch To Seek Re-Election To Iowa House of Representatives State Representative Bernard R. Balch, an outstanding member of the 1957 Iowa Geneial Assembly announced last week that he will SLC ){ reelection to the legislature from Black Hawk County. Rep. Balch. a Waterloo attorney, led the fight against the vicious secret ballot in the last legislature. He is a candidate on the Republican ticket. Fayette Theatre SAT. — SUN. — MON. MARCH 15 — 16 — 17 JERRY LEWIS AS THE SAD SACK Jerry's p. Sergeants dilemma, a Captain's Nightmare — and a Generals Riot in His most Hilarious Role! GET MORE OUT OF LIFE — GO OUT TO A MOVIE. Toilet Tissue SCOTT 4 roiis 49c RUBBING ALCOHOL 2 Zr 29c NYLONS Dark Tones 73c REG. $1.29 MOUTHWASH Pepsodent or York 2 for 29c Fayette Variety 1958 WESTINPMQU" SPEED ELECTRIC RANGE it!:;!!ii:"!i!i!>!!:>!!!!:!l-t>!-i;; HI PRICES fteu/Vaf MARCH 13 — 14—-15 1958 Folger's large d»1 AA INSTANT COFFEE sized) 1«U«J ATTENTION HOUSEWIVES House cleaning is not far away. Why wait Make selections of Floor coverings and Wall Papers. Some 1958 patterns are in stock. However we have some close-outs to be had in cK ce of pattern for every Room. See Them at Delsing Furniture Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER Sniders TOMATO CATSUP Hartex CRUSHED PINEAPPLE Native RAISIN PIE MIX ........ 39c L bottles 37c M cans 25c . No .. 2 .' in 29c — O bars 39c IN THE EXCITINQ AMBASSADOR 30 IMod.l BIS 30) SHAPE OF TOMORROW IT'S NEW ALL THROUGH I Dial Bath size TOILET SOAP All Purpose giant /»A_ PERFEX CLEANER size 05JC UC\U Plug-Out Units IlLff Throughout! Oven and surface units lift completely out... make Westinghouse the easiest of all ranges to clean. NEW Miracle Oven Bakes Better! Spread-Even Heaters top and bottom, plus exclusive Miracle Seal on door assure perfect results every time. PLUS Folger's, Hills, Butternut COFFEE Regular Size SURF lb. 83c -29c Fast-Heating Cprox Units Rotary Control Dials with 5 marked settings and 1001 speeds in between . . . Infrared broiling ... Appliance Outlet... Oven Signa- lite . . . Full width storage drawer... .No- Drip platform. voucAMll SUM ...fftr» Westlnghouso THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 Fayette/fowa H. A. Schmidt

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