Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 3, 1958 · Page 3
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Irrigation Ideas For Iowa On This Page TERRACF FARMIMG PUTS MORE WATER INTO \ CROPS, SUBSOIL AND STREAMS-AFTER ' THE FLOODS ARE OVER HOW WATER"LEAVES TOWA Terraces slope backward. Dotted lines are wafer moving underground to stream,about 2oo feet per day. #" Surface water goes first and fast. Tile water goes next. Deep seep feeds streams all-the time,and when jur/oce and tile water have quit. !UfflHH!:!r!Uiii*!n^ ^PRICES ^^V APRIL 3 — 4 — 5 1958 Folgers, Butternut, Hills fjf\ COFFEE _______________________ lb. I ifC FLUFFO __________________ 3 Ibs. 89C O L Ibs. C and H Powdered or Brown SUGAR Swansdown Lemon Chip A f\ ANGEL FOOD MIX ___________ pkg. ftiJC Miniature or Regular 1 1\ MARSHMALLOWS ___________ pkg. lifC Philadelphia 1 r CREAM CHEESE ______________ pkg. IdC ..'.iLA:..L: . V/HiP _________________ qt. 59C RATH'S BLACKHAWK HAMS Sno Crop ft *)l\ FROZEN PEAS ____________ £ pkgs. jJjC THRIFTY FOOD MART CONTOUR FARMING PUT5 M02L WATER INTC CROPS. SUBSOILS AMD STREAMS The rows of corn are run level and are hilled high. Unless the centers break or run overmuch more water goes into the subsoil. Broken lines are water in subsoil. VALLEY PROBLEMS A» Such a well into gravel may draw water from a stream and should be under Commission rules. Return ground woter will feed stream fast. £>; Such awffl intercepts water seeping to stream Most such water wilj go on into the stream after use for irrfgation. Phone 81 Fayette, Iowa H. A. Schmidt A STREAM IS NOT A PIPE "" Reservoirs HORSE PONY ^* ^^^^^^^^^ ^^^^^^^^^^^^HHi^^HMHIM^M HHI^^HH^HHJIHHHIIHB ^^MH^H^^HH^H^HHHH APRIL 12th - 7 p.m. ALREADY CONSIGNED 1 Reg. Morgan Stallion 1 Reg. Pinto Stallion 1 Shetland Stallion 7 Pleasure Horses 4 Ponies 2 Shetland Ponies Jack Burro 3 Good Saddles and Bridles AUCTIONEERS — Jack Shatz — "Varge" Vargason at WADENA SALE BARN Consignment Sale & Tack Not responsible for accidents No Charge for No Sale - Sponsored by WITHIN 15 MILES ESSEX IOWA in the EAST NISHNABOTNA VALLEY THERE ARE IRRIGATION / RESERVOIRS ' TOTALLING 1000 ACRE FEET AND MANY SMALLER PONDS. Most of these are stocked with bass, bull heads and blue gills. The first irrigation reservoirs in the valley to be stocked were crowded wrtri fishermen. Now/ they are scattered out and everyone getsjish. Wo fisherman around Essex, Iowa fiqhts irrigation. Reservoirs are filled from flood waters. «™~»-« • BIT FOUR IOWA WELL PROBLEMS Dotted lines are ground water levefsX Dotted area is '^ deejo water bearing straturYl* IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTABLISHMENT OF THE "CENTRAL COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT. IN THE COUNTIES OF FAVETTE AND CLAYTON, STATE OF IOWA." Order of Joint County Boards of Education of Fayette and Clayton Counties, State of Iowa, Acting as a Single Board. Upon call of the Superintendent of Schools of Fayelte County, Iowa, the Joint County Boards of Education of Fayette and Clayton Counties, State of Iowa, acting as a single board, met at 8:00 o'clock P.M. on March 4, 1051), for the hearing of objections to a Petition for the establishment of the "Ceniral Community School District, in the Counties of Fayette and Clayton, Stale of Iowa," which Petition had been filed with the Superintendent of Schools of Fayeltc County, Iowa, on the 13th day of February, 1958. The Joint County Boards of Education of Fayette and Clayton Counties, State of Iowa, found that a Notice fixing a final date for filing objections to the Petition was duly published in the Fayette County Leader in Fayetto, Iowa, by the County Superintendent of Schools of Fayelte County, Iowa, a newspaper published within the territory described in the Petition, on the 20th day of February, 1958. After having examined the Petition, Affidavits and Objections which had been filed, having heard all evidence and arguments presented by the various objectors, the evidence and statements on behalf of the petitioners, the statements and arguments of the attorneys representing the objectors, peutioners, and interested parties, the Joint Boards reviewed the entire matter on its merits. The deliberations of the Board continued until 3:30 A.M. of March 5, 1958, on which date these conclusions of the Board were reached. The Board determines and fixes the boundaries of such proposed school corporation to be that which will be included in the following described territory in Fayette and Clayton Counties, Iowa: Commencing at the Northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of Section 3, Township 93 North, Range 8 West of the 5th Principal Meridian, Fayette County, Iowa; thence west on the center section line of Sections 3 and 4 1.0 miles to the Northwest corner of the Northeast Quarter of the 'Southwest Quarter of Section 4, Township 93 North, Range 8 West of the 5th Principal Meridian; thence south on the quarter-quarter section line 0.50 miles to the southwest corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 4; thence west on the section line 1.25 miles to the northwest corner of Section 8, Township 93 North, Range 8 West of the 5th Principal Meridian; thence south on section line for 0.25 miles more or less to the northeast corner of the Southeast Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of Section 7, Township 93 North, Range 8 West of the 5th Principal Meridian; thence west on quarter-quarter section line for 0.50 miles to the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 7; thence south on center line of said Section 7 for 0.50 miles to the southwest corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of said Suction 7; thence west on quarter-quarter section line for 0.50 miles more or less to the southeast corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of. Section 12, Township 93 North, Range 9 West of the 5th Principal Meridian; thenoe north on township line for 0.25 miles mor e or less to the East Quarter corner of said Section 12; thence west on center line of Sections 12, 11, and 10, Township 93 North, Range 9 West of the 5th Principal Meridian for 2.25 miles to the southeast corner of the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 10; thence north on quarter-quarter section line for 0.50 miles to the northeast corner of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter of said Section 10; thence west on section line for 0.25 miles to the North Quarter corner of said Section 10; thence north on center line of Section 3, Township 93 North, Range 9 West of the 5th Principal Meridian for 0.625 miles to the northeast coiner of the South Half of the Squtheast Quarter of the fractional Northwest Quarter of said Section 3; thence west for 0.25 miles to the northwest corner of the South Half of the Southeast Quarter of the fractional Northwest Quarter of said Section 3; thence north on quarter-quarter section line for 0.375 miles more or less to the northeast corner of the fractional Northwest Quarter of the fractional Northwest Quarter ot said Section 3; thence west on Township line for 1.25 miles more or less to the Northwest corner of Section 4, Township 93 North, Range 9 West of the 5th Principal Meridian; thence south on section line 0.50 miles more or less to the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of said Section 4; thence west on the center section line 2.0 miles to the northwest corner of the Southwest Quarter of Section 0, Township 93 North, Range 9 West Qf the 5th Principal Meridian; ' i«.5 miles more or less to the souffitorest^CB ge 9 West of-the 5th Principal meridian; 0,95 nvUw (304 rods) to a pointW tods eaat of the " 88 North, ~ thence south on Section 18, To\v;

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