The Nashua Reporter from Nashua, Iowa on August 26, 1965 · Page 4
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Nashua, Iowa
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Thursday, August 26, 1965
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i.r Your local newspaper is still your very best friend in helping to bring you more customers and \to make you successful in your business. THE NASHUA 8EPO RT| FOR SALE: Fruit jars, most- BULLS FOR sale or rent ly pints. Phone 6961. (*) Benny Fleshner. Waveriy. (Jll-tfb) FOR SALE: Manila file folders, legal and letter size. Reporter Off'ce. (tf) THE NEW book for the Miss Tomatoes bv the America Wedding Invitation line FOR SALE: Tomatoes Dy tne is here. Reporter office. (tf)jbushel. Phone 3549. T) TO RENEW OR TO SUB- scribe to the Waterloo Courier, call or write to Willard Archer, d-d Lawrence St.. Phone 7621. Nashua, Iowa. (D31-U) WANTED: Custom work combining beans, with new 13 foot Massey Ferguson 300. Kenneth Feidman. Phone 5525,j Nashua. ( b ) l i.v. SEIIYICII Mel's T.V.. tlreene, Iowa Dial 4722 Nashua Dial 823-4455 Greene (tfb) MOVING ? Please send a change of ad___ | dress to the Reporter. Give NOTICE: I have the newjnew and old address. T""^ spring wall paper catalogues.;you __ Contact me for free estimates; SINGER ~ SEWING machine. SINGER SEWING machine.' payments $7.95: Write: Credit. New Console, Zig Zag Stitch. Box 525, Mason City, Iowa. Embroider, Monogram, etc. 8| (a!9-26-S2-9-16-23b) Box 525 Mason Citv, la. I NE W LISTING: New two /". ,, - T i"o 9K c o QK\I bedroom home, large kitcnen. (Aug. 0,12,19.26. S 2.Jo) ! ^ |1 , basement finished off for RUMMAGE SALE: At the'recreation room or part could tenant house of Lew Harrison be used for extra bedroom. Fan- north of tho old golf course,Ied breezeway. This is a real Wednesday, Thursday and Fri- nice and well-built home. Will- day from 9 tc 5. Furniture. Clo- =»rd Archer. Realtor, Phone . . . thing, dishes, sewing machine. 7621 - Nashua. (Jn3b) fruit jars, chairs and items from p OR SALE: One year old the late Dora Harrison estate b rC(K ii ns stock of white pekin and also furniture from the Roy (jucks. Mrs. Robert Horn. Phono Scoles home. Mrs. Deo Butler 5000. " (a!9-26b) and Mrs. Lew Harrison. (b) '. -- · - ; FOR SALE: 8i x 11 typing pnper, SI.50 a ream. Reporter office. Nashua. (tf) · Public Notice Council Proceedings SEWING MACHINE REPAIRING ALL MAKES MODELS Free Estimates (no hidden oharpes) i GET ALL, Your Insurance through GRLVNELL MUTUAL. :C«mplcte lines. Endres Affency. PAKTS FOR ALL MAKES | 318 Main St., Phone 7971. " (a!9-tfb) ALL WORK GUARANTEED SERVICE IS OUR SPECIALTY AUTHORIZED SERVICE FOR MANY MAKES. SERVICES OFFERED: Wash- or. Dryer repair--all makes; all All Work Done by M W 'other "appliances; 15 years of S/M Repair Technician (experience. For upholstering. Stop In Or Call jsec us. Nashua Furniture and EBERLIXG ELECTRIC I Auction. (aug 5tf*) Nashua Ph. 4231 -- ---(Jui 29-TF-b) . CANTED: Hatching egg pro.-' ducers on a year around basis. hates hard work, so he cleans $12. down per 100 pullets. Limi- the rugs with Blue Lustre. Rent ted offer. Call or write. Lakeside electric shampooer $1. Fisk's Products. Inc., Box 207, Clear Hardware. (b) Lake, Iowa. Phone 357-40W. ---- 1 (a!2tfb) PRINTING OFFERS a fine -- -----future for the young married _ , man who has not yet found job INaShua Used security. Interesting, challenging p, irn :f lir « n nt \ Allptinn work that pays well and offer I r umiture ana AUCUOH opportunity for advancement. 1 AcrOSS f rOHl Lynch S Plan to enroll in September for IVTarL-pr 4 months of intensive training i»idiiw:i. that will qualify you for a job in' V you have furniture to sell. Iowa. Write Newspaper Produc-'or would like to buy, prepare tion Lab, Iowa City. (a29-tf).consignments now for next sale, ^_^_ .September 13. FOR SALE 26 inch bike.' Stop in and Visit Phone 6241. (b) With Col. Way PIG WEANER: Wean all your Early Weancr. You'll save more 1 pigs, you'll have better pigs. 1 . . you'll save money. Buy Bolson's, CANTED: Painting -- interior Weaner from J. W. Pierce ' or exterior Phone 228-3550, Sons. (F27-tfb) lcha ,. lcs city . (a!9-26-s2*) FOR SALE: Clarinet, used ££ tcrm - JoAnn NEW LISTING: Modern' Cords of Thanks WE WISH TO express our three bedroom home with eas'deep appreciation during the heat, large kitchen, built-in bereavement of our son and cupboards. Full sized lot; garage brother, Allen. We wish to with workshop. Prised to sell thank all the relatives, friend for cash or contract. Willard T. anc ] neighbors for the acts of Archer, Realtor, Phone 7621, kindness and expression of Council 01 me Town oi ua, Iowa, met in regular session Monday, August 2, 1965, with Mayor Strike and all Councilmen present. Minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. Following bills were read: Robert Westervelt, salary ........................... $149.83 Lee Fisher, salary ........ 145.93 Max Hurlbut, salary ..... 145.93 Kenry Wittgreve, salary 149.83 George Woellert, salary 162.53 Marion Hoon. salary ..... 59.18 Don Hall, salary .......... 24.09 Clark Knight, salary ...... 28.91 Everet High, labor ......... 106.32 Howard Sells, labor ........ 47.71 Alvin Flint, labor ........ 64.45 AUan Hosier, labor . . . . 75.29 David Dean, labor .......... 75.29 Greg Newton, labor ...... 75.29 Eberling Electric, installing flashers .............. 185.83 Kale Uniforms, shirts and cap covers ........... 16.81 First Nashua State Bank, interest, special assess. bond ..................... 19-13 DeWitt Miller, oil, asphalt heating ................ 9.80 ambles, pliers ............. 2.68 Kenneth Chandler, street refund ........ 30.00 Vance Vanek, soluble oil 4.20 P. M. Lattner Mfg., repair kit .............. 12.66 Matt Parrott Sons, payroll and treasurer sheets .................... 9.41 Motorola, radio maintenance ................. 7.70 Iowa State Industries, traffic signs .................. 17.25 City Laundering Co., July service ............. 3.10 Nashua Reporter, budget estimate ........... 1 ..... 48.41 Greene's Sinclair, gas, oil, etc. - July ............ 324.26 Boveia Gravel Excav., sand - street ............. $1,001.20 Community Protective Association, International fire truck ........ $1,000.00 Scoles moved these bills be allowed and orders drawn for same. Peterson seconded, carried. No objectors appeared for the hearing on the 1966 budget estimate. Waller moved the estimate be approved. Johnson seconded. Carried. The International fire truck (not the old reo), was purchascc from the Rural Association for use as a town fire truck. Miller moved that 20 feet of hose with couplings be purchased for the Internationa truck. Johnson seconded. Carried. The Treasurer's report was accepted. It was decided to place "Car Parking Only" signs on Brasher street along Sturm property. There being no further business on motion and vote, meeting adjourned. MARION HOON, Clerk. RECEIPTS: Sewer .......................... $ 301.61 Nashua. (jn3b) sympathy. A special thanks to WANTED: Baby sitter to come in. if possible. 5 days a'TM"* _. * ____ . . . + 1» rvi i rf ri * Walker Also all of the at thc Olivei ' Thc week. Phone 2021. Future Homemokers, Thomas Family Holds Its 56th Annual Reunion The 56th annual Thomas Reunion was held Sunday. August 22. at the new City Park in was enjoyed by 54 relatives andl guests. Eight first cousins were) present. ! They came from Washington,I D. C.fSt. Paul. South St. Paul. Newport, Shafer and Albert ^ * Lea. Minn.; Greene. Clarksville. **"" Des Moincs, Cedar Falls. Charles City. Frederick.-burg, Hawkeye and Nashua, Iowa. ,,.,,,__ .... Oldest" memebr present was THESE ARE THE children clvde Kniuht of Washington. D j of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn BDnwell.j Q ' anc j j^e youngest member They are Andrea Kae, 4 years w ^ j- imcs Campbell, age 2'i.' old and Donald Paul, 6 son of M r. anc i Mrs. Craig USED CAR CLEARANCE SALE! We're MftVhMO many trades during our '65 new car clearance that we're holding a used car clearance, too! All models-regardless of how recent the make or how low the mileage--are ~rj»n-i f«vtO ·"?' A-1 Used Cars included 1 months old. Myrna Beck Feted At Bridal Shower Campbell of Nashua. After a brief business session, [lor re-election of the same of-, j micers. Hazel Campbell, presi- 1 · dent; Mary Anne Stanley. vLv- 1 president aind Beth Remy, se 'letarv-treasv.rer, thc afternoon A miscellaneous bndal shower, was s ' pont j n visiting. ' was held August 17th, ot the! Elmer Peterson of Shafer, Social Hall in St. John's Luth- Milln .,i so entertained with nisi, eran Church fo.- Myrna Beck.j, ccordion Sorne pictures of the! Approximately 75 guests were, occasion we ,. c taken uy several! present. J 0 f t he cousins. Next year's re-1 Games were played \vith |Union w i l i be planned by the: prizes going to Barbara Head, O £f lcel -s for some location near Norma Bahlmann, Marian Han-! Nashua. , nemann. and Edna Hauser. j | Refreshments were carried! ,, ., out in the bride's chosen colors r13ppy rlOUr Elects Officers 1964 Ford Golaxie 500. 2 Dr. Hardtop. Radio, heater, standard trans. 1964 Rambler 660 4 Dr. Radio, overdrive. A local car. 1964 Chevrolet Biscayne 4 Dr. V-8 Radio, Heater. The Happy Hour Club met: of blue and white. She received many gifts. Hostesses were Madelyn Groen, Lois Scoles. Beth Bahl-i mann, June Franzen, Florence 1 August 12 nt the Little Brownj McGregor and Lorraine Beek- Church grounds for a potluck, meeting. There were 12 mem-i bers present and three visitors I Election of officers were held: IT' man. Miss Beck will become the bride of Donald Greene, August 29, at St. John Lutheran church.[for the coming year. They are president, .Grace Woodman: 1964 Ford Fairlane 500, 4 Dr. Radio, heater, auto. 1963 Falcon Future 4-dr. Wagon. R Q( JJ O heater, auto, oir-condirioni ng , 1963 Chevrolet Super Sport Convert. Radio, heater, auto, trans., power steering, power brakes. 1963 Rambler AMBASSADOR 990 4 dr. Radio, heater, auto, trans. power steering, power brokes, 1964 Ford~ 9-pass. Wagon. Radio, heater, overdrive. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Haul and children were Friday dinner guests of Mi-, and Mrs. Ernest Haut, in observance of the Herbert Haul's wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Usher vice-president; Eva Bolam. sec-f '·etary and treasurer, Velmaj Lines. ] The next meeting will be at| 1he home of Marie Fritchcr.l with Joan Fritcher assisting, onj September 9. went to Lawler Sunday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pierce. Shop In Nashua! CHARLES CITY MOTOR CO. "You'll Like The Way We Do Business" Phone CA 8-4415 Charles City, Iowa Utilities Public Safety 1,143.44 1,332.73 Council of the Town of Nash- thoughtfulncss will always be u n _ i o \va, met in regular session »,.,.-,·, nn-. I -.1-1 vi-irt ~^ff r- -i »*iH TV.TT*C T v l r ^ T « J A . . -- i i / * t f\i*? :**_ __1_ icmembered. Mr. and Mrs. WANTED: Garbage hauling. ChrLstensen. Larry. Richard. Marvin. Steven and Kim Marie. Phone 6561, Ronnie Scoles. (a!9-2G- )l FOR SALE: 30 horse Mercury: outboard motor. Phone 4241.' Bargain for quick sale. ( ' ) i CALL SCHRADER PLUMB-! ING HEATING at phone 6531 for sen-ice that satisfies. We're (*) Young Folks Tell W.C.T.U. of Camp The Nashua Woman's Chris- lor service inai sausies. we re . X, T r · u«u ·* alwavs on the job. (F12-tfb) tian Temperance Union held a : : : .postponed meeting August 20 at NOTICE: If you have tele-! the home of Miss Bertha Coff- phoncd in a classified ad and man. Twelve members and sev- are not a regular ledger account cral guests were present, in- will you please drop in and pay, c i u ding the six young peoplv before the first of the month. 1 %v h o attended tho" Youth Tern- Otherwise we will have to, perancc Camp at Lake Ahquabi ~ u ~ ~ ;f«jAu2 9 to 14. They gave splendid reports of their experiences charge a bookkeeping Thank you. Reporter. (tf) I Monday, August 16, 1965, with Mayor Strike and all Councilmen present except Peterson and Waller. Minutes of the preceding meeting were read and approved. The following bills were read: Robert Westervelt, salary $149.83 Lee Fisher, salary 145.03 Max Hurlbut, salary 145.93 George Woellert, salary .. 162.53 Henry Wittgreve, salary 149.83 U. S. NO. 1 RED POTATOES, 10 Ib. baa - 39c FRESH MILK, 3-'/2 Marion Hoon, salary 59.13 Don Hall, salary 19.27 Howard Sells, salary 47.71 FOR RENT: 200 acre modernj and expressed their thanks and appreciation for the opportunity. In the group were Misses Adella, Annette and Alice Peterson, Angie Ruetten, Kevin Grade A dairy farm; on blacktop road, two miles west of Nashua. Two silos, silo unloaders, auger over bunks, milking Evert High, salary 80.87 David Rodamaker, excavation - dump 130.00 Iowa Public Service Co., lights and power 704.00 A. Y. McDonald Mfg., 300 feet of pipe 92.04 Henry Wittgreve, combining oats 10.00 parlor. Write G. C. Mitchell.iTracy and Wayne Brandt. Apt. 305. 1803 North Western Ave.. Oklahoma City, Okla. Mr. Mitchell will also be at the Kirkland Hotel, Nashua, the afternoon of Sat., Scpt.4 (a25-s2«) machine in beautiful console cabinet like new. Sews forward Mrs. Mont Grim conducted the devotional exercises and Mrs. Amy Goodsell had charge of thc lesson. Mrs. Dale Coates called the business meeting to order and Nashua Reporter, printing Don Scribner, garbage park Earl Thompson Chevrolet, asked for reports of officers The nominating committee pre. ,, i t u i f i - I I 1 L I U J l l l l l l a l u l K v-MII'"«.vitr^- j^i v.- and reverse all attachments for t ^ ]ist * of of£iccrs and - unanimously elected. Coates will be the presi- making buttonholes. zig-zagmR *" d fanC L, S 9, tCh , balancc. S41.25 at . . . r a v c c . or will discount for cash May ^ | andcr Hcl Kr» ^/w^n i n V/-»MT- oyoa \ U r i t . . - " ' __ _ .. . be seen in your area. Write: Credit Manager 2719 Virginia. St. Paul, Minn. 55113. (a!2-19-26 Sept2«) FOR SALE: Typewriter nb- ^. m b bons. Also adding machine tapc.!^ 0 ^. ^ A.. Rcportcr office. Phone 3071. (tf) | TM^ h W W HOG FARMERS: During August and September you will get secretary; Mrs Cecil Ames, treasurer; and Jessie Hanscom publicity chairman. It was decided that a new donated each T ; L,\- 100 Ibs. of Bolson Hog or Pig Feed Free when you purchase a ton, or 50 Ibs. of Bolson's when you purchase 1,000 Ibs. You need not purchase all at one time. Hog farmers who use Bolson's market their hogs sooner on less feed. Bolson's costs no more than many hog feeds made with cheap ingredients. J. W. Pierce Sons. Nashua. (a!9-26-s2b) During thc social hour the NOTICE: Let tw order rubber stamps, 4 or 5 days service. The Nashua Reporter. (D20-tt) hostess served refreshments assisted by Amy Goodsell and Diane Martin. (Jessie F. Hanscom. Publicity Chairman.) 48.94 10.00 17.90 cartons $1.00 Wilderness Instant Cherry 4 Cans PIE MIX - $1.00 Shurfine Cream Sandwich 2 Ib. Bag Cookies - - 39c Blue Bonnet There being no further business, on motion and vote, meeting adjourned. MARION HOON, Clerk. RECEIPTS: Street $ 150.00 Sewer Rent 202.01 Utilities 311.10 reparis Protective Fire Casualty, insurance Chevrolet truck 79.00 Mashua D-X, repairs 3.50 Iowa State Industries, traffic signs 21.55 Nashua Implement Co., equipment parts 1.10 Waveriy Gravel Ready- Mix, black top 85.00 Northwestern Bell Tel. Co., phone and fire alarm 21.19 Fisk Hardware, tools and supplies 22.91 James W. Rouse, refund Cigarette license 37.50 Standard Battery Electric, bearings 7.28 Elmer Boic, refund- deposit 20.00 Meusel Hardware, tools, paint, supplies 19.45 Miller moved these bills be allowed and orders drawn for same. Johnson seconded. Carried. Following building permits were issued: Evelyn and Sophia Lockey: A frame house with attached garage. , Robert Welter: Garage. J. F. Anderson Lumber Co.: Frame house with attached garage. A Cigarette license was issued to Frank Parks. Oleo, 4 Ibs. · $1 BEET lOLb. Bag SUGAR - $1.09 FRESH BAKED 3 Loaves BREAD - - 39c 2-!/z Gal. Cartons Ice Cream - 98c Pillsbury 25 LbTBag FLOUR - $1.98 (Get Two Free Coffee Mugs) -CHOICE MEAT ONLY AT LYNCH'S- PUREGROUND BEEF, Ib. - - Tenderized Steaks, Ib. 69c Rindless Slab Pound BACON - - 69c U.S. Choice Chuck Steak Roast Ib.- 39c Butternut 2 Lb. Con Coffee - - $1.49 Campbell's 6 Cons Soups - - $1.00 Hamm's BEER 6 Pack Only - - 98c BETTY CROCKER CAKE MIXES 3 boxes - 89c LYNCH'S ,, SUPERMARKET PHONE 2331 We will be Open Friday and Nites and Sunday Morning. INFAVSPAPERf INFAVSPAPERf

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