Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 20, 1961 · Page 9
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 9

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 20, 1961
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County women four state Buildings in Des Moines were Editors Note: Women mem- very derm ativi bcvi of 'he Fayettc County Farm i.y ' the same num. We Bureau recently made a trip to ijieeted l,v the governor' with a Des Moines *o visit tho Capitol big sniili: and a hearty hand building end other points of in- shake' and an invitation' to -;it leresl. De'ails of the trip are in his hi;; chair. told in the following paragraphs, but a straight stick moving it Sanders. in arc rather than the straight The good grooming judge Mrs. \v.iy. Its amazing how much one Strong, chose Elva Joan Sanders may accomplish if so afflicted, as the Senior Good Grooming But he thankful, count your Girl, and Mary Ann Dale as jun- blcssings. , ior Good Groom Girl. It was We shopped one and one half motioned and carried that the , ,, , , ., ,„ , . club send S3 to I. F. Y. E. hour/, at the Pla/.a shopping was -ilso c-irved < i i • \t i n Elva Jean Sanders was elected <..uxc.cl ( ,, nt( .,, nat | SU p,, L ,. m Marshall- ag representative tov.-ji. and returned home tired Convention but feeling it was time well to the State KEN THATCHER, secretary of "new member banquet" recently. Mr. Thatcher and Don Rainer, Jhe Iowa Stale Farm Bureau Left to right in trie picture are: written by Mrs. Roy Potter, of Fayette. In spite nl thr inclfii weather and cai ly hums 2li women from Fayrtte countv made a trip to iVs M.-ines to visit the legislating April 11. After reading about tin floods around Waterloo and Cedar Falls it was bard to irali/.e the situation that can develope, but after seeing grass and debris Federation, was the featured speaker at the Farm Bureau Mr. and Mrs. Clair Claxton, Mr. Fa Y 6tte County Farm Bureau and Mrs. Charles Schlumbohm, i fieldman. Double-header opens season at Home for Upper Iowa Peacocks West Central students Visit Dubuque campus MAYNARD — A group hanging on top of wire fences and the dirty water rings on the houses and fields still under water, makes one thankful to be away from tne flood danger. \Ve ate lunch in the cafeteria of the state office building. We thru visited the historical .' )lt . building which also bouses -' the traveling library which is available to* anyone. Many college students visit here to gather uesaay. material for their thesis. The basement crntains many antiques including everything from ox-yokes, flails, cradles, two seated cutters, covered wag. oils, stage coaches, flour mills, n.uh w,:vcn u . 0 , Kk , n mrn plant,,,. autos. Other floors had mcks, minerals found in Iowa, silver service 'from the battleship "Iowa" donated by the navy, Jolly Juniors meet The April meeting of Smithfield Jolly Ju'uiors was at t.'ie home of Kami Ann Diane Kuehns gave a talk on "Milk and Milk Beverages" and Kami Ann Turner gave a demonstration on "Making a Fruit thc Cup". Thc girls then watched a movie on "Salads". to order by the president. Shirley TRY AN AD IN THE LEADER to early flags, science displays. They The bus was met by Ken Lan- have subscriptions for two main ot ger, director of program services, papers of each county on file as "- who welcomed us to the Capitol "todays news is tomorrows his. - -'i staff with coffee and doughnuts, tory" have some papers back as Ap.,1 lo, m Dubuque where they We were taken to the Senate far as 1754. Tbe guide said that . irom a where we watched and observed last year over 11.000 sclvol school in Wisconsin on a guided j SSU es being discussed and nity school spent The Upper Iowa University University of Dubuque at Fay- joined other students Peacocks, now 1 and 1 in confer- ette on Saturday, April 29. ence baseball play, will host Definite starters for the their first opponent when they play a double header man, Waterloo, in left field; Mike They also visited with severil with Parsons on the U. I. U. field. Scott, Jacksonville. Illinois, cen- of tiie professors while there- Peacocks split their opening tor field; Larry Conrad, Little double header with Simpson on Cedar, at short stop; and Larry April 8. Burrows, New Hartford, second The first of the two seven-in- base. ning games next Saturday will Other possibilities include Mike get underway at 1:30 p.m., ac- Eischeid, Fayette, or Tom Cor- cording to Assistant Coach An- rick, Elma at right field; Bill . . dre Nadeau. Picchaska, Protovin. or Brent ' alnL ' ul Carlsen. Patricia Bryant, lives. The voting Nadeau commented that tbe Prange, Allison, third base; and o n(l , ^ u c . ! -i. i » i vr il " tm "' of thc crilrmus an d buildings plained and voted upon. Here tin- Saturday cocks Saturday will be Bob Khe- at th.- University of Dubuque. voting is by roll call. These tours are conducted by the University to interest young ex- groups visited them. We then drove uy me Jovor- ner's mansion. Our next stop was We then traveled via the spiral Iowa Commission for the blind, stairway to the House of Rep- a training school for adults. rt ' sontativcs Ht>IV Wl> S;1W < : ' (1 This was pitiful to see and yet in action. Ques- w.-nderful the things these peo- people in attending church relat- "W-™"™""*'" " '""• ^uus- wmuerlul tne things these peo- ecl colleges and universities fo- l '° n ' (1CrC T^ Sl '" 1 'n' a '' Kl ' l '°" " ll! arl! traincd to ^ Sllch as lowimr hi^i, J ', ," „ J V operatives be compelled to pay type, cook, sew, operate a switch km ng high scm*l graduation. hiRnor taXL . s » mlk . h di scussion board, keep house properly, ap- Stucients making the trip were from the different representa- ply makeup, fix their hair and Crabtree, Kent Hubbell, pushing either here is by otiier things. One lady read for yes or no but- us. They average 122 words per . , . -, - ,j, ^ Peacocks "still need outdoor Jim Herdliska, North English, or Patricia Lundry and M-iureen to " which in rctl "' n is recorded minute. We were escorted to the inert, Crystal Lake. Ill- Hubhell. Thev wem .,,.,. „„,„,, beside tne correct name on a bus by two blind men. They weather to get in plenty ot bat- Bob Kemert, Crystal bake, ill- Hubhell Thev worn •u-f-nmr,.,, • ^ "'-""*- " ll - ^""^^' »••»"-• "» » ousting practice. S^me of the boys inois, catching. Dave Lau of Fay- " „ '' „ f, "'° aCC °" lpnnicd scorc boal ' d at tllt f '-«'"t " f th <-' we. are still behind the pitchers in ette may also see action in this HLJJ'JL. _ ublK iiL " llc l thc Rcv - room bv Clther a '' cfl or R roon wh general conditioning and need spot, depending on how an in- Carl R - Carlson. light appearing. The highlight sec general conditioning and need spot, depending additional workouts at the plate, jured thigh responds to trcal- "Defensively, the prospects are ment. good. Conrad and Burrows make Two senior pitching veterans a good combination at second and w ,n spark the Peacocks; Don Mike Scott covers centerfield Kuehner of St. Lucas, and Loren T h e Westfield Homemakers with a great deal of dash and dar- Larson of Waterloo. Relief pit- club will meet Monday, April ing. We'll be strong 'down the cn ers will include Bob Meyer, 24, at 8 p.m. in the Farm Bureau Pete Turano, Middle- building. The Homemakers to sponsor Program of color slides were then told to take a walk hich was crossing the intersection all four ways, amazing of this visit was the fact that a how they could tell when the former county extension agent, lights were red or green. They Paul McElroy, is the representa- no longer use the white cane live from Fremont county. His ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ daugnter who is also his secrc- of the when Hail ruins your crops It pays to insure and be safe. And for extra safety and service, be sure to insure with Farmers Mutual Hail. FMH includes fire and lightning protection on crops in the field at no extra cost — 30 trained fleldmen and 100 adjusters ensure prompt settlement. Ask your agent or write today. j .._.._ . _ _ EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY 2323 GRAND MO)NES 1OWA and middle' if the pitches come Clarence; Pete Turano, Middle- building. The club is sponsoring ""V^.tt^unX "" ^ f " CndS through as expected". .. town, Rhode Island; and Jack a program of color slides, "New w ' ' . 0 °ihpn tnknn in the U. I. U. will face three oppo- K ern. Des Plaines, Illinois. Booms for Old", with a special governor's office where we met nents, six games, within the invitation to wives of new Farm theeirido who cave us a few space of the next week as they Religious discussion Bu «*u members, all women are highlights before" catering t7e play double headers with Par- ° welcome, however • , <•<•• c ,-. T^ u. sons Saturday; Loras at Dubuque The Bhagavad Gita - with a cvel ' ™"> "»'- «' r, nv F.rh.o- on Tuesday, April 25; and the possible appeal to modern private office of Gov. Erbie; beat- ^ door prize of a dress length such as "you are standing upon niks" — will be the subject for ?L ma l crial ^H 1 be . given away, a $16,000 carpet under a crys- , New Tesla the Gita is gainst _. Hostesses for lunch are Mrs. carved trimming with a strip of all around the top of Woodwork wnich was ORDER YOUR Lime & Rock FROM State owned cars to be Inspected on Friday Qflen cal]cd lhc State-owned cars operated by ment of the E^ -----------members of the public safety In dia's most popular and best 1 ark Bowles, Mrs. Howard Rob- gold set in department will be put through a loved classic Q £ rc ligk>us and orts - and Mrs - Harr y Randall. the table". mass safety inspection for the philosophical devotional liter- first time on Friday, April 21, a t ure . it is said to contain the Commissioner Carl Pesch announ- heart ant i essence of Oriental ced today. thought. The beck is written in The inspection of state cars thc form O f a dialogue between will be the kick-off for what the a warr ior, Arjuna, and his chari- safety department hopes will be O t eeri the god Krishna in dis- the largest voluntary safety in- guise spection of vehicles in the history Charles Nairn, U. I. U. lib- of the state. rarian and sponsor of the discus"Since we are asking commu- sion grO up, said there are two nities and individuals to join in characteristics of the Gita (which this program, it seems reasonable means song of the Blessed Lord) that we should be the first to do w hi c h might appeal not only to it," Pesch said, commenting on b ea tniks but also to the broad the inspection of state cars. cultural pattern of getting a col- William Burnett, safety edu- j ege education today. cation director, said the state pj rst O f a ii, Nairn said, the cars will be inspected in one op- W|3rk se t s forth not one but eration on the state house park- many view-points in religion, ing lot in Des Moines. way O f knowledge, way of works, He said any safety defects and way O f f a ith. Secondly, its found will be corrected immed- et .i ec tj c character gives the work lately, but that no tickets will its un i ve rsal appeal to the mod- be written. "This is a voluntary ern min d. program," Burnett emphasized. The discussion group is open to "Our aim is to help drivers get the gen eral public, as well as to their cars in shape, not to punish the stu dent body. The group them". meets each Sunday evening m He said inspection programs the browsing rcom of the David in various Iowa communities will B Henderson library. follow the same pattern, with no - _ tickets written -against drivers f A f k I C c^kS 1111 ^ ^ ^ L M ) rs t R A B. a McCormack,acco m Burnett said safety education panied by Mr and Mrs. E. A. fieldmen so far contacted off icials Billings, visited in the home of of 200 Iowa cities and towns her brother, Oscar Sykes, of May- asking for oo-operation in in- nard, Wednesday evening. Mr spection programs during May Sykes has been a surgical patient Leland Benter RANDALIA, IOWA Phone 428 - 2241 ElIO GAIN Economy Corner FREE! SET OF COW HOBBLES! G«t a FREE set of Master Kicker, the most effective cow hobble ever built, with each HALF-TON CASH PURCHASE OF BIG GAIN DAIHY FEEDS1 Hurry . . . offer good only while supply lastsl You oajn ulvraym fool "ai .home" ai Biff Gain Products. We'll be glad io talk over your feed problems with you . . . and help you remedy them with expert advice and reliable, up-to-date products. ENTER OUR $25.00 CASH DRAWING FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL We urge each and every one of the farmers in this area to come in and register now for our big $25.00 Cash Drawing io be held the last day of March. Enter at Big Gain in West Union OT Fayette. Remember, the more you enter, the better your chances to vrinl March winners vroro James Schmelxer, West Union, and Lawrence Ishman, Elgin. HOG FEEDS 35% Brood Sow Supplement 41% Hog Supplement 32% Mineral Stock Food 17% Pig Starter and Grower 16% Pig Pre-Starter Kid-Ezy Hog Wormer Cwl. 5.65 5.85 5.40 5.40 C.05 -.... C.30 13 % Hog Pellets (w|3 Nitro) 4.00 Pig Booster (w|NF-180) ...„ 6.45 No Additional Charge For Above Feeds In Pellet Form. All Purpose Mineral 3.90 Lactone (Mineralized Yeast) 6.10 Trimix Mineral . . 4.85 with Phenothiazine 5.30 B. G. Supreme Mineral 5.35 Earth Iron (5 Ib. can) Earth Iron (25 Ib. pail) 2.75 10.95 and June. in the Waterloo hospital. 2 Full Track (Barber Greene) TILING MACHINES With supplement equipment to back fill, bury rock, etc. • DITCHING • SEPTIC TANK HOLES • Basements (new or under your present home) We Have The Equipment And Know How To Do Your Job Quickly, Properly And Economically. Since we have acquired our second tiling machine we now have openings for several additional jobs, which can be completed before the end of planting season. IF YOU PLAN WORK THIS SEASON — SEE US FOR FREE ESTIMATE AND PROMPT RELIABLE SERVICE. LANGERMAN CONSTRUCTION CO. Phon* White 13 Fayette, Iowa HEADQUARTERS for Spring Fix-up Needs IT'S TIME TO START PLANNING FOR YOUR SPRING REPAIRS Stop in today and let us help you with your fix - up and repair problems. We'll be happy to estimate the cost on any of your building needs. Available On EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS Joyce Lumber Co. Phone 162 — Fayette, Iowa BEEF & DAIRY 40% Beef Supplement 530 33% Beef Balancer 5.00 32% Beef Builder (wjRumen factor) 4.85 34% Beef (A) Supplement (No Urea) 5.70 23% Mor-Las Pellets' 4.55 34% Dairy Supreme (no Urea) 5.45 18% Calf Creep (Sweet) 5.40 32% Calf Pellets 5.20 32% Spring Pasture (w|Rumen factor) 4.80 14% Bulky Sweet 3.35 The above Beef Feeds available with Stil- bestrol at extra cost. POULTRY Cwt. :i(i',; Poultry Supplement wjNF-180 6.15 :i2 f ;; Poultry Supplement . 5.55 26% Cafeteria w|NF-180 _. 5.40 20% Cafeteria Egg Maker 4.80 17% Miracle All-Mash 4.60 Chick Starter w|NF-180 5.15 Chick Pre-starter w|NF-180 (1 Ib. per bird) 5.60 \1% Developing Chick Grower w|NF-180 4.80 Poultry Booster (w|NF-180) 5.95" MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS For Sileage Preservative, We Have Pure Cane Sugar 7.70 Sil-O-Las _ 3.16 Soybean Meal Expeller 4.80 Soybean Meal Solvent 4.70 Linseed Meal Expeller 3.90 Linseed Meal Solvent 3.65 Cottonseed Meal 4.00 Tankage (60%) _ 5.20 Meat Scraps (50%) 5.20 Steamed Bone Meal __ 6.00 Bran 2-60 Wheat Mixed Feed 2.60 Red Dog Rolled Oats Hy-Grade Pulverized Oats AJfalfa Meal \1% 100,000 (A) Salt Oyster Shells Stonemo Grit 2.85 4.00 2.40 3.15 1.60 1.75 1.60 2.40 4.60 ECHO VALLEY FEEDS Hog Supplement, 40% Protein, 6% Fibre §4.80 Hog Supplement, 34% Protein, 12% Fibre ~~ 4.45 Brood Sow Supplement, 35% Protein, 8.5% Fibre 4.35 Beef Supplement, 32% Protein, 6% Fibre - - 4.15 Beef Supplement, 40% Protein, 6.5% Poultry Cafeteria, 27% Protein, 5.2% Poultry Concentrate, 35% Protein, 6% Fibre ..-.- 4.55 F.O.B. West Union. lovra Fibre 4.35 Fibre _ 4.30 Molasses (Pure Blackstrap) Dried Molasses Dairy White Bam Lime _ 1.00 Liquid Wormer .... pt. 1.50; Qt. 2.00; Gal. 6.60 PA-12 Peptonized Iron w|B12 (30cc) 4.50 62% Whey Blocks -.... SO Ibs. 3.40 Grade A Tri _ 25 Ib. pail 4.05 Super Calf Kit - 25 Ib. pack 4.05 Mycin Mix, 3'/& Ib. Can - 6.50 White Salt Blocks _ .88 Iodized Salt Blocks 1.10 Trace Mineral Salt Blocks _ 1.35 Sulferized Salt Blocks 1.00 Darling's Mineral Blocks _.__.._ 2.75 Feodsol (Dried Fish Solubles on Soybean Meal) 8.10 Scour Scare 1 Ib. 1.25 Pi-Val Rat Poison 5 Ibs. 3.85 Ask us about other liemi thai Interest y»u . . . We have everything. Biddick's Hybrid SEED CORN Medium Flats R±r.:. $ 7°° BIG GAIN Feeds WEST UN^ON 144 • FAYETTE 119 - ~ "•

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