Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 18, 1961 · Page 8
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May 18, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

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Used iviacliinery m pc6 |ld/iaousYorSale 15 in. Searo 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 the used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked sticker. De^AVEN & KROEGER John Doere and Now Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner. Iowa BnOBflCnMBBBBBI SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS ALV — House and large hiiilding, suitable for business establishment. Contact Jack Beck, Fayette. 10 -tf FOR SALE — 1G ft. boat made by the Shell Uoat Co. Your choice of 35 or 40 h.p. Johnson motor, and factory made trailer Phone 280(3 or 10. 14-tf. LOCALS FOR SALE — Real eslate contract. Reliable party, payments current, with a good interest rate, listed with our agency. Favette Insurance Agency. Call 88." 10-1 FOR SALE NEW 3 bedroom home. Hard wood floors, attached garage, large lot. Small down payment. Phone 88 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY pany of its kind with yearly sales over 50 million d-liars has protected territory in (this area) 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 vacations, pension plan, group insurance and hospitalization. If you believe you can qualify Write George Scrbus Uox 301 Waverly, Iowa. 19-2 and Mrs. F. B. Claxton, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Billings, Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Gourley and son, David, Thursday evening attended a dinner and entertainment in the Masonic Temple in Oelwein, given by the Royal Arch Order. FOR SALE MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 story home. Curb and gutter. Auto- mafic heal. Terms available. Phone 88 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY FOR SALE — Used electric organ. Like new. Reasonable. Can be seen in Fayette. Write Hammond Organ Studio 223 West Fiftli Street, Waterloo, Iowa. 19-3- FOR SALE — Anyone in need of Pioneer seed corn ov Nursery stock contact Israel Shaffer, Favette. Phone White 225. 16-6-x FOR SALE — New plow shares, cultivator shovels and sweeps. L. A. Wooldridge, Blacksmith, Fayette. 19-3 FOR SALE — Universal gas range. Like new. Contact Leader office. 17-tf. FOR SALE — Plants. C. N. McCary. Plionc 279. 19-2 SINGER SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE — Late model used in this locality. Small balance or payments of $5.23 per month, also 1901 Zig Zag Automatic, almost half paid. Small payment on either machine. Write Credit Manager, P. O. 537. Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 20-3 WANTED — Work of any kind. Lawn mowing. Newell Combs, Phone Black 170. 19-2-x FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO— used but like new, will sacrifice for quick .sale. All details arranged without expense or obligation, write Credit Dept. IOWA PIANO COMPANY, 2330 University Ave. Dcs Mijines, Iowa. 20-1-x ROUTE MAN To pick up orders from eslb. customers. Open new accts. 2440. S400 per month to start. Write personal summary to Box (15 Oelwein, L->wa. 19-3 WANTED — Hay land near Fayette. Phone 2221 Fayette, mornings and evenings. 20-1 WANTED — Part-time help. Phone 60, Lucv's Garden of Eat'en. * 20-1 WANTED TO BUY — Two or three settings of guinea eggs. Mrs. Russell Meyer, Phone White 74. 20-1 FOR SALE APARTMENT house, all units rented. Automatic heat, good condition throughout. Phone 88 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY An honored name in CLOTHING "(OR OVER HALF A CENTURY" 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 For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERY1CE 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 Deadly Reckoning by Robt. Day CASK'S I SOB A WOU MB1 WOUL- 3 Carelessness and motor vehicle mm »*ie chief causes of Fayette Insurance Agency as - FOR SALE — Like new double size maple bed, mattress and box springs — S50. Ronald Koeher, Phone 2511 Fayette. 20-1-x FOR SALE — 9 x 12 rug with pad, 3 used TV's, one console and two table models, usefcl electric stove and two gas stoves. MeLeese-Loylze Furniture and Appliance. 20-1 FOR RENT FOR RENT — 2 bedroom furnished apartment for the months of June, July and August. Phone 240, Tom Henry. 20-1 FOR RENT — Garden lot. Mechanic and College street. Phone Fayette 32. 20-1 FOR RENT — Furnished room with cooking facilities. Private entrance to bath. Available June 1. Phone White 3. 20-1 miscellaneous Wanted SALES REPRESENTATIVE Largest and fastest growing com- REAL ESTATE Why Pay Rent When You Can Own Your Own? LOOK THESE OVER 3 BEDROOM — Auto. heat. Full bath, garage, extra lot. Only $4,000. Best buy in 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. FARMS 2 FARMS — adjoining. 153 A and 2S5 A. Sold separately or alL Plenty work land. Good pasture. Terms. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 196 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. During the morning services at the Wesleyan Methodist church Sunday, potted plants were presented to Mrs. Fay Paul, the oldest met her present; Mrs. George (Joules, the youngest mother present; and to Mrs. Sam Crabtree, the mother with the most children present. — • — Among the new books in the Fayette Library is "America's Garden Book" by James and Louise Bush-Brown. It was presented to the Library by a friend of the late Roy Goodrich who was very fond of fine gardens. —m— Week-end guests of Mrs. Naomi Hanson were, Mr. and Mrs. William Johnson, Moline, 111. — • — Rev. Richard Jamieson will give the memorial address at the Lima church on Sunday, May 28, at 2:30 P. M. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gooder and family visited Sunday in the Fred Barenz home at Riceville. —• — Alan Davis, student at Ames, visited over last week-end in the parental Jim Davis home. —•— Mrs. Naomi Hanson returned recently from a visit in the homes of her son Robert at Elgin, 111. and daughter, Mrs. Don Koch at Marion. —•— Bert Overhus was at a Waterloo hospital last week for examinations and minor surgery, from injuries suffered in a tractor accident in February. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thomas and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Gaffney and family, Waterloo, and Neal Hedrick and a friend, Oelwein, were Sunday guests of Mrs. Murice Everett. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Joe Connor, Al- icai, Mike and Pat, and Miss Marilyn Munn, Cedar Rapids, came Saturday for a Mothers Day dinner in the Donald Orr home, others at the dinner were the James and William Orr families, Fayette. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Harry Boleyn, Waterloo, visited Saturday in the Charles Lockard home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Jr. and family, Oelwein, Merlin and Eddie Roberts, Winona, Minn., were Mothers Day guests in the Howard Roberts, Sr. home. On Saturday evening, Merlin, Eddie and Donna Roberts attended a charivari for Mr. and Mrs. James Murphy near Wadena. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs had Mother's Day dinner with their daughter and family, the Sid Tope's, near West Union. —•— Mother's Day guests of Mrs. Ena Davis were her daughter and family, the Francis Meis- ners and grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Meisner, all of Postville for dinner; her son, Mr. Please sign and notarize your and Mrs. Martin Davis, Jr. and gas company easement prompt- family, Waterloo, in the after- ly. If we have been unable to noon and daughter and son-in- deliver your easement, you may law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Thorn- get it at the gas office. Thank as, Sumner, in the evening, yoa for your cooperation. —•— PEOPLE'S NATURAL GAS Ruth Iliff who teaches at Post- 20-1 ville was a week-end visitor of — her parents, the Ray Iliffs. Sun- CARD OF THANKS day afternoon callers of the Iliffs I wish to thank everyone for were, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Iliff, the cards, flowers and gifts sent West Union and their daughter me at the hospital and during my Mrs. Walter Rice of Cedar Falls! convalescence. Thank you to • those who visited me at the hos- Tne D° n Vandersee family pital, and special thanks to Rev. were Mother's Day guests in the Betke, Dr. Halls, and all the parental Kurt Vandersee home at nurses for my care at Mercy Sumner. Darwin remained over- Hospital. "' aUi '" : * u v: - J Ihe Ear! Vien \v f.'imily of Waverly at the Mrs Ha.-ol Uasmusson home. * - Mr. and Mrs. Parke fowled were dinner guests on Mother's Day at the Stanley Cmvles near West Union. Guests them there wore; Mr. and Ted Askelson. Ronald and neth. Mi's. Bertha Gross anil Askelson. all of West Union 'lome with Mrs. Ken- Nora Elected president Mrs. Alva Chase was elected president of the Parent-Teacher Association of the Fayette Community School, Monday, May 15 at the regular meeting. Mrs. Eldred Dumcrmuth had been elected president at the previous meeting but will be unable to serve. HOUSING INFORMATION WANTED Upper Iowa University is conducting a survey to find out what rooms and apartments will be available for lent this fall. The Public Relations Office is preparing a list of all types of housing. This list will be made available to those students who qualify for off-campus housing. There will be a need for furnished and unfurnished apartments for single men and for married couples with or without children. Please contact the Public Relations Office not later than June 1, if you have this type of housing available. Phone 170. 19-1 WANTED Phone 209. — Garden plow. 20-1 WANTED —- Furnished apartment, clean and quite, with cooking facilities. Bob Coopmans, Mens Dorm. Box 43. 18-tf WANTED — 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 chance to keep up to date on nursing trends and of course there's money to be made. Just drop a card to the Fayette Leader, we'll get in touch with you immediately- 19-2 RnnouncEfiiEnTS BUSINESS DISTRICT ONLY Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Blunt. West Union, were callers of the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine Saturday afternoon, after having attended the Charles Carpenter funeral services. — • — Mrs. Ralph Schtiety accompanied by Mrs. Jesse Buckmaster went to Cedar Rapids Friday to get Dorothea Schuety to spend the Mother's Day week-end in her parent's home. — • — Afternoon callers at John Solomon's, Mother's Day were Mr. and Mrs. Bill O'Lauahlin and family, Wadena, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Struthoff and children, ( Hawkeye. —•— Fayette ladies who attended the Cooking School held in West Union, were Misses Ann Wilson, Sylvia Sampson, and Madge Benton, and Mesdames Allie Holtzman, Ena Davis, E. A. Billings, and Ralph Dickinson. —• — Miss Nellie Miles, of Saratoga, Iowa, was a visitor in the E. A. Billings home Friday. She attended the District Meeting of the Iowa Poetry Association, held in Upper Iowa University. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Breckner and family, of Cedar Rapids, spent Mother's Day in the maternal Mrs. Stella Paul home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lindsay, of Cedar Rapids, spent Sunday with their son, Gary, a Junior at U. I. U. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Scheidel, and family were Mother's Day guests in the Lewis Lockwood home. — • — Ray Buckmaster, Clinton, is here visiting Jesse Buckmaster at Lima. —•— Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Garbce, Mr. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS P¥OTESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous SerTice Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette. Iowa Once Over Lightly with GARDEN CENTER MECHANIC and SEVENTH Fayette, Iowa OPEN EVERY DAY Except Monday 8 A. M. to 5 P. M. Evenings By Appointment BEAUTY BOX SALON Phone 150 — Fayette Mrs. John Solomon 20-1-x night with his grandparents. —•— All those people who have not returned their Easter Seal donations for Crippled Children, please do so. Guests on Sunday at the Fred —— Maurer home, to celebrate his Duane Franks, son of Mr. and birthday, and for Mother's Day, Mrs. Jack Franks, has been were Mt - and Mrs ; ^ene Sever- chosen by the American Legion son and family of Waverly, Mr. Post 631, to attend Boys' State and Mrs - Robert Eskridge and at Des Moines in June. Duane Ian "ly ot Muscatine, and Mrs. lives on a farm with his parents Ev elyn Moodie and daughters south west of Wadena and at- of Waterloo. Mrs. Phil Caley, joined the group S%?<8& $££ of women from the American home in w * dena , Legion auxiliary at Oelwein and # went by bus to Knoxville where Mr. and Mrs. George Cowles they attended a picnic at the and baby, of Lincoln Nebr., came Veteran's Hospital. Friday evening for a weeks va- Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Herrling, cation in the parental Mr. and Kansas City, Mo., is visiting his Mrs. Parke Cowles and Mrs. mother, Mrs. Laura Herrling, and Marie Solomon homes. They his brother, Arthur and family, were supper guests Sunday with NOWI Stop cutting brush ... really kill It with Reddon It's REDDON*-the all-season farm brush killer. Use Reddon as a foliage spray in pastures and along fence row* during the growing season. Or you can use Reddon as a "frill," basal, or stump treatment any time of the year. It even controls tough species like oak and maple. Brush requires up to 10 times the amount of moisture and fertility needed by desirable plants. Eliminate the brush that shades crops and crowd! out pasture grasses . . . order Reddon now, 'Trademark o/ Tin Vow Chtmkal Company Dumermutfa & Pay Phone 207 — Fayette, Iowa FAYETTE'S NEWEST AND COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER Featuring ^JP &;L ™.p ™ d ?y garden DON'T PUL WEEDS! SHAKE 'EM AWAY with SHAKER-WEEDER- 2-4D whim you mow the lawn. your P 00 * 6 ' 6-ounce shaker can — 70c NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Mechanic and Seventh - Payette. Iowa

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