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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

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Page 8 May 11. 1961 Fayette Leader , Fayette, Iowa J Used Machinery » flljscellanebDs'For Sale 15 in. Sears Roebuck hammer mill Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader 1937 A J.D. tractor 1956 J. D. 60 tractor F20 IHC tractor F30 IHC Tractor MM-Z tractor J. D. 490 planter 290 J. D. planter 1948 Model A J. D. tractoi Hydraulic manure loader Used 4 section drag 15 ft. J.D. disc 10 ft. David Bradley tandem disc 'Warranty good ONLY on Iho used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Pnone 115 Sumner, Iowa fiOO South Main. t'-.. SALE — House and large i.ifii.l building, suitable for _.. business establishment. Con- FOR SALE — Plants. C, Pheasants out of season Cost men $150 each An Oelwein man and a Waterloo man were arrested last Fri—- day night for shooting pheas- FuH SALE — 88 Oldsmobile, in WANTED — Hay land near Fay- ants out of season, good conditv.n. Phone Blue 186, ( .tte Call 11H " " " """ " •-—-" : FOR SALE — Universal gas WANTED — Furnished or unfur- range. Like new. Contact Lead- nished apt. by Sept. 1. Gary 17-tf. Lindsey, Phone 2G7. er office. 19-1-x tact Jack Beck, Fayette. 10-tf — Gary. Phone 279. FOR SALE — Real estate contract. Reliable party, payments current, with a good interest rate, listed with our agency Fayette Insurance Agency 88. miscellaneous Wanted and their 19-1 cases were heard in the Olson 18-2 — justice of the peace court in Oel-V"~ • ROUTE MAN wein. Both men were arrested for mo T ° picIc up ordors from cslb " shooting three pheasants. 19-2 customers. Open new aeets. 4 M- Mjko gk owron 0 f Oelwein, re- 40. S400 per month to start Write personal 85 Oelwein, L wa. nonth to start. ct> i vt .d a fine of $150 or 45 days ummary to Box in t j ]0 CO unty jail. Paul Strawn of Call WANTED — No strikes. No lay- 10-1 offs. All overtime you want. Married to 35. Write: Box 85, Spring chicken*. Oelwein, bwa 18-2 flnnoiiJKEflitnTS FOR SALE All ready to fry for your Mother's Day dinner. Phone 494w3 WANTED — West Union, Harry L. Olesen. 19-1-x Met on Wednesday FOR SALE — Used electric organ. Like new. Reasonable. Can be seen in Fayette. Write Hammond Organ Studio 223 West Fifth Street, Waterloo, Iowa. 19-3- FOR SALE — Anyone In need of Pioneer seed corn or Nursery stock contact Israel Shaffer, Fayette. Phone White 225. 16-6-x FOR SALE — 16 ft. boat made by the Shell Boat Co. Your choice of 35 or 40 h.p. Johnson motor, and factory made trailer Phone 2806 or 10. 14-tf. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our Furnished apart- friends in and around Fayette ment, clean and quite, with wno helped purchase flowers cooking facilities. Bob Coop- and s <--nt cards at the time of the at the regular mans, Mens Dorm. Box 43. death of our mother, Mrs. Louise Women's Society 18-tf Hinkel at Pisgah, Iowa. They were greatly appreciated. WANTED — Man or boy for Mr. and Mrs. George Hinkel. farm work. Raymond Calhoun, 19-1 19-3 Waterlco was fined $150 and costs for shooting the three pheasants, and $10 and costs for rot having a hunting license. The two men were apprehended by the Oelwein police and Conservation Officer Wes Ashby. New prof, added To U. I. U. faculty . „ n „ „. „ „. A new professor of art will be Alout 00 women were present added * h v mC T Christ an vers ^ " ext September, First MethS to P 00 " Hc ™*cl Hen- Still one vacancy At West Central MAYNARD — One j&a still remains' on the West "Central Community school faculty, according to Wayne P. Truesdell, superintendent. The opening is for a vocal music instructor. The following have recently signed contracts for the 1961-62 school year. Janet Eaton, Lime Springs, a graduate this year at Coo College, Cedar Rapids, will teach girls' physical education nnd junior high social studies. William Burke, Oelwein, who did practice teaching this year in West Central, will teach junior high science. Helen Burget, Fayette, will teach fourth grade at Maynard and Mrs Leora Sullivan, Arlington, sixth grade at Randalia. All three are 1961 graduates at Upper Iowa University, with Bachelor of Arts degrees. . ...J hi! drix. The new member of the Fayette. 19-1-x WANTED — National Concern WE CARD WISH OF THANKS TO THANK offers opportunity. Married man above 30 perferred. Must have late model ear, knowledge of tractors and machinery helpful. Sales experience not necessary. We train if hired. Drawing account when qualified. For personal interview, write qualifications, address, and phone number to Marion Nelson, Dept. A 7, Box 392, Dallas, Texas. 19-1-x Service of church held in the Broadroom Wednesday, May 3. The annual pledge service was Q1 'fj ne arts degree this, held under the direction of Mrs. frQm h Un i versitv of Wichita. Jake Yearous. The explanation Dc scrvcd , g of the motif was given by sev- ' oral women of the society, and ™Y from 1954 untl1 195e - and re " the hymn "Must Jesus Bear the ceived his bachelor's degree from lust week-end. Winners of the Cross Alone" was sung by the the University of Wichita in free Sunday dinners, which may group. Prayer was given by Mrs. 1959. He is married and has three bo collected any Sunday, are: p au j Huscher. children. The members placed their The new art professor has par- pledge cards at the altar on ticipated in a number of art ex- which had been placed an open hibits in Kansas, Missouri, and ^ . Bible, a lighted candle, and a California. He was recently sel . Sift Picture of Christ. One license to wed Only one marriage license was many friends who stopped in to see us during our open house faculty will be Paul C. Denny, issued during the past week in Jr., who will receive his master the Fayette county clerk of spring court's office. The license was issued to Robert L. Fagenbaum, 22, of Sumner, and Verla Pl°g- genkuhle, 19, Hawkeye. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS FOR SALE — New plow shares, cultivator shovels and sweeps. L. A. Wooldridge, Blacksmith, Fay- — ette. 19-3 WANTED - WANTED — Cabinet making and Carpentering. Phone White 6. Lorenzo Morse. 19-1-x We Have A Large Selection Of Men's and Young Men's Light Weight Jackets Just Right For This Spring Weather $5.00 & $5.95 Oelwein ATTENTION R. N.'S .... Time to come out of retirement! We have general floor duty part and full time with shifts arranged for your convenience. Nice working conditions "we think". Here's a Mrs. Earl Stannard. Mrs. E. A Billings, William F. Wendt, Rueben Jone.~. Ron Cole, and Mabel Porter. Winners of the door prizes were Hayes, Carl J. Myers, Polly Wastcoat, Mis John Bowers, Emily A. Swartz, Bob Harpater, Ewin Shrader. Geraldine Kuhens, Mrs. Otto Wolfe, Sylvia Jablonsky, all of Fayette, and Leslie Schmidt of Tripoli. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ected as one of Kansas's most outstanding artist craftsman by the Kansas Centennial committee. Open air concert To be held Sunday Music from several famous Guest Day Thursday „ . , t ^ Volga Valley club BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Serrlce Phone 199 — Fayette will Broadway shows will be featured Bob and Lucy Lamphicr ™ x \_ Sundav afternoon, May 14, nave guest day on ThursdaVi May Lucy's Garden of Eat'en at | he f ' rst annual .open air con- 11( at the Linla chu rch. Hostesses 19-1 cert to be Presented by the Gnf- are . Mrs OUo Popenhagcni Mrs . , flth S 5 rh001 °* Muslc at u PP er Donald Murphy and Mrs. Jesse Iowa University. Buckmaster Mother and daughter The concert, to which the pub- u .ww..* ..^ v.....^ . nvna a r> . i ii Tuoorlnv lie is invited to attend, will begin chance to keep up to date on Banquet held Iuesday at 3 pm and w . n ^ pregen f ed nursing trends and of course "Hands" was the theme of the f lom southeast of the Science there's money to be made. Just Mother-Daughter banquet held Ha]J j>. LeGrand Maxwell, drop a card to the Fayette Tuesday evening May 9, at the McCosh professor of music, and Leader, we'll get in touch with Farm Bureau building, sponsored j^r. Gary Wittlich, instructor in you immediately. 19-2 by the Wesleyan Methodist Ladies Missions Society of Fayette. WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa SALES REPRESENTATIVE Largest and fastest growing corn- music will direct the chorus and band, respectively. For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Where Service Is Tops NOW HEAR THIS . . . If the automatic nosil shuts off at $3.33 on a tank fill of gas, that purchase will be free this week. Harry's Cities Service Quality Service Instead of Stamps The ladies of the church per- Saddle Club members Make trail ride plans Following the dinner, the pro- The Volga River Riders Saddle gram was highlighted by a talk Club met Saturday evening, "Praying Hands" given by Mrs. May 6 at the Farm Bureau build. Hubby of Cedar Rapids. ing with a good attendance. Awards were given to Mrs. Fay Many Gold bond pledge cards Paul for the mother with the were signed by members, vacations, pension .plan, group oldest child; Mrs. Alfred Hanson Dates were set for trail rides insurance and hospitalization. If Jr. the mother of the youngest with the Invitational Trail Ride you believe you enn quality child, two oets of three genera- set for Sunday June 18, Starting Write George Serbus Box 301 tions and seven sets of sisters at the Howard Roberts home in Waverly, Iowa. 19-2 were present also the lady with Lima. ;— the nicest set of dish pan hands, Many plan to attend and take Work of any kind. Mrs. Darrcll Badger was intro- part in the parade and rodeo at ... ' , pared the 6:30 p.m. meal and the pany oi its kind with yearly 1 . ., , , „„. )V ,„ , J cn in u rnen of the church served the sales over 50 million dollars has rf) ,. protected territory in (thus area) bu _e ucsls County to offer ambitious man under 50 who wants to make more money. Farm background helpful. Car necessary but no extensive traveling. Unlimited earnings, profit-sharing, paid WANTED Lawn mowing. Newell Combs, d uce d Phone Black 176. 19-2-x WANTED TO BUY — Used outgrown swing set, small child's pedal car. Phone Red 229. 19.1 WANTED — Home for good cat and two kittens. House broke. Phone Black 193, Fayette. 19-1 Oelwein in June. After the meet was in S square dancing was enjoyed with music by Lorenzo Morse. Mrs. Harry Randall, Galen, Latham infant baptized Kenny and J ° Ann « uandt wei * Mrs. Richard Jamieson banquet chairman. Mr. and on the serving committee. PAULSEN Heating & Plumbing ARE SPECIALISTS IN • Gas and Oil Heating • Boilers • Conversions • Air Conditioning NO JOB TOO LARGE OR TOO SMALL — FREE ESTIMATES GLADLY GIVEN — CALL US COLLECT — Oelwein 381 Your York Heating & Air Conditioning Dealer 133 So. Frederick — Oelwein, Iowa The infant son of Mrs Beryl Latham, iOelwein was Xo hoW mncheon baptized Bruce Alan, Sunday morning at Bethany Lutheran church, West Union, by Rev. A. L. Starry. Sponsors were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Hawley The Miriam Circle of the W. S. C. S. will hold a 50 cent luncheon, Wednesday, May 17 in the Methodist church basement. The menu will oansist of Maid- rites, potato salad or chips, relishes, pie and coffee. Serving starts at 11:30 p.m. Deadly Reckoning by Hobt. Day HOUSING INFORMATION WANTED Upper Iowa University is conduc- Thompson, an "uncle, Raymond ting a survey to find out what Thompson and Miss Janice Klos- rooms and apartments will be ter, all of West Union. Other available for rent this fall. dinner guests in the Thompson ...... ., The Public Relations Office is home were , Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Will meet on fnday preparing a list of all types of Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Ben The Wesleyan Methodist Mis housing. This list will be made Harness, all of West Union, and available to those students who Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thompson, qualify for off-campus housing. Floyd. There will be a need for furn- ____ ished and unfurnished apart- oi „ meats for single men and for PIan 8 °< uare d*™* married couples with or with- The Fayette County Boys and out children. Girls 4-H officers have planned sionary ladies will meet at 2 p.m. Friday, May 12 in the home of Mrs. Clarence Nuss. Mrs. Maxine Freiheit will be the guest speaker. Pilease contact the Public Rela- a county 4-H square dance to be tioms Office not later than June held at the Maynard Community 1, if you have this type of hous- hall Friday, May 12, from 8 to 10 ing available. Phone 170. 19-1 p.m. Lyle Alshouse, assisted by —— • his wife will call for the dance. All 4-H club members, leaders, "I WAI ONLY HOIDINO A DOOR OKN *OS A IA0V." ••' r ' Motor vehicle accidents caused more than 3,100,000 casualties in I960. Fayette Insurance Agency Phone 88 - Fayette REAL ESTATE Why Pay Rent When You Can Own Your Own? LOOK THESE OVER 9 BEDROOM — Auto. heal. Full bath, garage, extra lot. Only S4.000. Best buy la town. See it today. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story home. Auto, oil heat, full bath. Real good buy. DUPLEX — Auto, heat. Insulated, remodeled. 2 bedrooms In each apt. Live in one, rent the other. It will pay for Itself. 4 BEDROOM — Modern, stoker heat Hardwood floors. Built-in kitchen cupboards. New roof. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story- Auto, gas heat. All modern. Nice location. 4 BEDROOM — Auto, oil heat. Newly remodeled, large double garage. Extra lot. To meet Thursday The Book Review Department of the Fayette Women's club will meet Thursday, May 11 at the home of Mrs. Carleton Knight. Mrs. Knight will review "An- club committee members and tiques" by Ann Kilborn Cole, parents furnishing transporta- This will be the last meeting of tion, are invited to attend. . the year. FARMS 2 FARMS — adjoining. 153 A and 255 A. Sold separately or alL Plenty work land. Good pasture. Terms. Xwoe'WJf^ ^Fawi^eftll BUMNER REALTY CO. Friday Night Special From S P. M. Till Closing Time BEEF BURGERS MALTS Salad Sandwich Eg g 15c each DRIVE IN Otto Finger, Proprietor FAYETTE'S NEWEST AND COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Featuring 4gS^! ,neiprod "°* ~" o ^mgH^r !or | awn £ garden kill dandelions and other lawn weeds LAWN WEED KILLER CONTAINS FABULOUS 2-4D AND 2-4-5T Won't harm grass. Effectively rids your lawn ' Os. Sise of dandelions, clover and other broad leaf weeds. Will not drift. 85c LAWN WEED KILLER Is IDEAL FOR USE IN Killer Kanea Only $1 79 KILLER KANES Lasts For Yean NO STOOPING, NO DIGGING, NO SPRAYING, NO DRIFT KILLS WEEDS AS FAST AS YOU CAN WALK NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Mechanic and Seventh — Fayette, Iowa

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