Used Machinery 15 in. Seam 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 MM-Z tractor J. D. 490 planter 290 J. D. planter 1948 Model A J. D. tractoi Hydraulic manure loader Used 4 section drag 10 ft. David Bradley tandem disc 'Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery in our siore carrying the Value Checked slicker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner, Iowa miscellaneous for Sale i'O.I SALE — House and large lAiilding, suitable for business establishment. Contact Jnck Beck, Fayette. 10 -tf FOR SALE — Real estate contract. Reliable party, payments current, with a good interest rate, listed with our agency. Fayette Insurance Agency. Call 88. 10-1 monti Organ Studio 223 West Fifth Street, Waterloo, Iowa. 19-3- FOR SALE — Anycno in need of Pioneer .seed corn <-.v Nursery stock contact Israel Shaffer, Fayette. Phono White 225. 16-6-x Rnnounnft FOR SALE — Used electric organ. Like new. Reasonable. Can be seen in Fayette. Write Ham- CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all if yen for the cards, letters, and r.ood wishes sent to us at the time of FOR SALE — New plow shares. our accident. "Thank you" is all cultivator shovels and sweeps. L. wu L>an -W, but we want you to A Wooldridge, Blacksmith, Fay- kr, ~ w how miu-h we appreciate ,>tte 19-3 - yr, " r 'houKhtfulnesx. Ray and Leah Potter FOR SALE — Universal gas 21-1 range. Like new. Contact Lead- " ~ - er office. 17-tf. „ CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS FOR SALE APARTMENT house, all units rented. Automatic heat, good condition throughout. NEW 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attached garage, large lot. Small down payment. MODERN 3 bedroom. 2 "story home. Curb and gutter. Automatic heal. Terms available. 4 BEDROOM home. Hardwood floors, basement garage. Well located. To settle estate. FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 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 SERVICE Where Service Is Tops NOW HEAR THIS . . . If the automatic nostt shuts off at $3.33 on" a tank, fill of gas, that purchase will w . be free this week. Harry's Cities Service Quality Service Instead of Stamps Deadly Reckoning by Robt. Day M " "WHAT AM YOU CSAMINO AtOUTT I MONT M!S THI TRUCK ON A CU»VI,*« IT Ufm* Rockies* driving and driving off the roadway caused almost 600,000 casualties in I960. Fayette Insurance Agency Fayette FOR SALE — 16 ft. boat made friends by the Shell Boat Co. Your for the cards and help; and a choice of 35 or 40 h.p. Johnson special thanks to the blood don- motor, and factory made trail- ors, Dr. Lingc and the hospital er Phone 2806 or 10. staff. 14-tf. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Paul . - 21-1-x SINGER SEWING MACHINE FOR SALE — Late model used Veterans urged to in this locality. Small balance r v . or payments of $5.23 per month, rile for Korean bonus also 1961 Zig Zag Automatic, All veterans of the Korean con- almost half paid. Small payment flict are urged to file for their on either machine. Write Credit Korean Service U. I. baccalaureate Services Sunday The annual Baccalaureate services for Upper Iowa university will be at 4 p. m., Sunday, May 28, in the Colgrove - Walker Memorial building. The service will be preceded at 3 p. m. by the presentation of a Bach cantata, "Sleepers, Arise," by the University choir under the direction of Dr. W. LeGrand Maxwell. Baccalaureate speaker will be Dr. Joseph E. McCabe, president of Coe college in Cedar Rapids. Dr. McCabe holds five earned degrees and two honorary doctor degrees. He receiv- Manager, P. O. 537 ids, Iowa. Cedar Rap 20-3 FOR SALE — 20 pairs of good quality hereford cows calves, S225 a pair. 19 cows calving now, $190. George Stever, phone 372-3424, Fairfield, Iowa. 21-2 -x relatives and "neighbors «' h 's Ph.D. degree from the University of Edinburgh in Scotland in 1951. During World War II Dr. McCabe served as a sea-going chaplain with the navy aboard the carrier Shipley Bay, and also served with the Seabees during his three years of military duty. The Presbyterian minister is the author of a book, "The Power of God in a Parish Program", and an active contributor to a nur..bc-i oi professional and religious journals. The general public is invited to attend both the Baccalaureate services and the Bach cantata. compensation, according to Ed Goodcr, commander of the local Legion post Mr. Gcoder stated that the final date for filing the bonus ap- and plications was Dec. 31, 1960. However, a bill to extend the final date for filing to Dee. 31, 19G2, was passed by the House of Representatives. The bill was Fishing regulation* Change on July 4 Effective July 4, members of the U. S. military forces must be on active duty and be legal residents of Iowa in order to be able to fish or hunt in Iowa without a license. Servicemen from, other states will be charged the same fee for fishing and hunting licc'.vsos that their home state charges Iowans. Commercial fishing is restricted from within 300 yards of the farthest projection of any dam on the Mississippi and Missouri rivers. The former restriction was 100 yards. This law provides uniformity with the Illinois and Wisconsin codes. All persons who fish for or take trout from designated trout waters in Iowa and who are required to have a resident nonresident fishing license must purchase a special trout stamp and place it on their fishing license. The proceeds from the sale of these stamps will be used exclusively for the trout stocking program. Already in effect is the new price for fishing licenses, $2.50. Hunting licenses are $2.50 also, and the combination hunting and fishing licenses are $4.50. The restriction against selling hunting or fishing licenses to residents of any state wWfch prohibits the 3ale of licenses or restricts the privileges of residents of this state more than the residents of their own state, has been removed. Anyone from any state can now purchase hunting, fishing, or combination licenses in Iowa. This does not refer to commercial licenses, however. Hereafter, no licenses or tags for commercial fishing gear, or no bait dealer's licenses may be issued to residents of states who do not sell similar licenses, tags, or certificates to Iowa residents. "PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS H. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King Si. Fayette, Iowa Memorial services Set for Lima church The Lima Memorial Day pro- FOR SALE — General Electric defeated by the Senate, though, gram will be held Sunday, May refrigerator. In excellent o:m- A " claims filed after Dee. 31. 28, at 2:30 p. m. at the Lima dition. May be seen at the I96 °. are classified "late filed" c hurch. The program is as fol- Walker Flower Shop. 21-1 and cannot be processed unless , _ a subsequent session of the General Assembly of Iowa author- Processional — Jean Arm izes an extension date for filing. Cowles, Fayette; invocation — Late filed claims will be held R cv . Richard Jamieson, Fayette; it SPECIAL Book your baler twine now 300 lb. tensile strength smooth, high quality only S7.75 NUTRI-PAK COMPANY Mecharuc & 7th Fayette, la. pending possible action of the s God Bkss America (all 60th general Assembly of Iowa, . , „. scheduled to convene" early in vcrses) audience; solo - Har- 1963. ieyn Cue, Fayette; musical sel- To qualify for the bonus, an ection — Kathy and Larry Kieg, applicant must have been a legal Fayette; address — Rev. Jamie- resident of Iowa at least six son; solo — Mrs. Robert White, months prior to entry on active Fayette; song — First verse of duty, with honorable service be- Star Spangled Banner, audience; tween June 27, 1950 and July 27, benediction, Rev. Jamieson; re- 1953, inclusive. cessional — Jean Ann Cowles. March to the cemetery will be Lima Ladies Aid to meet lcd by the Wadena Post of the T L. i • „ T ... . American Legion for conclusion The Lima Ladies Aid will meet , . * and May 26 with Mrs. Robert Gilbert 01 the servjce - 2i-i at Brainard. Roll call will be answered FOR RENT — Furnished room with a poem about "Mother". with cooking facilities. Private Mrs. Jim Davis will have entrance and bath. Available charge of the devotions. FOR RENT FOR RENT — House available June 1. Lloyd Pattison Sons. June 1. t-hone White 3. Miscellaneous Wanted and ROUTE MAN To pick up orders from estb. customers. Open new accts. 2440. $400 per month to start. Write personal summary to Box 85 Oelwein, Iowa. 19-3 Morning worship hour Changed for summer At a special meeting of the 21-1-x Mrs." Charles Lockara "The pro- First Methodist church executive board following church services, g Sunday, it was voted to change 0 . D ., . the morning worship time for Kiver Kiders meet the summer months. Members of the Volga River Beginning Sunday, June 4, the Riders Saddle club met Sunday morning worship service will afternoon at the Howard Rob- held from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m Sun- erts home to mark out the trail day school will remain for the invitational trail ride to same time be held June 18. a . m Those present were from Ar from at the 9:30 to 10:30 WANTED — io clean tanks and cisterns. Phone Blue 123, Fayette. 21-3-x MEAN BOSS? Long hours? Good pay for married man 21-30. Write Box 85, Oelwein, Iowa. 21-3 WANTED — Waitress, full time. Apply at Coffee Nook cafe. 21-1 LOST & FOUND LOST — Cameo pin, reward offered. Contact Madge Benton. iPhone Blue 111. 21-1-x STRINOTHIN AMIMCA'S «ACf POWIRI This new schedule will eon. lington, West .Union, Volga, Wa- tinue through the singer geptic dena and Fayette. months. eur U.S. SAVINGS ONDS TOUa IHMI IN AAUUCA REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM — Auto. heat. Full bath, garage, extra lot. Only $4,000. 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. 9 BEDROOM — Modern. Auto, heat, close to college. Oood repair. Real good buy. See this one. 2 BEDROOM — oil heat, modern throughout. Excellent income if wanted for investment. Oood location. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 188 Fayette, la. BUMMER REALTY CO. Heating & Plumbing PAULSEN ARE SPECIALISTS IN 3 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 YOU'LL SEE YOUR DOLLARS GROW !F YOU USE OUR AGRICULTURAL LIME ON YOUR FIELD BEFORE PLANTING Order Your Crushed Rock Today For Those Soft Spots In Your Drive Or Your Parking Area. STONE CO.,- AGP/cut n iR *u. I c/X .v., i /./AW 47< W7 I «j> ^ WE HAVE PARTS & SERVICE For All Kinds Of VACUUM CLEANERS Kirby Home Renovation Phone 118 — Fayette Phone 364 — West Union STOCKHOLDERS MEETING A special meeting of the stockholders of the Fayette County Mutual Telephone Company is called for Friday evening, May 26, 1961, at 8:00 P. M. at the State Bank of Fayette — to discuss the Fayette dial situation. Secretary Anna Wilson FAYETTE'S & NEWEST AND COMPLETE GARDEN CENTER MEMORIAL DAY SPECIALS May 25, 26, 27 MILLER Lawn & Garden Food Reg. $4.25 SALE $3.85 MILLER Dusting Sulfur Reg. 65c SALE 60c MILLER Fruit Tree Spray Reg. 41.49 SALE $1.10 MILLER Garden Duster Reg. 75c SALE 65 C FREE HANDY GARDEN MEASURE With Purchase of any Miller Liquid Insecticide MILLER Lawn Weed Killer Reg. 85c SALE 75c MILLER Shaker - Weeder Reg. 70c SALE 6QC MILLER Rose Dusters Reg. S1.20 SALE g 8c MILLER Rose & Flower Spray Reg. f 1.85 SALE $ 1JS WHILE THEY LAST FR EE.FLOWER SEEDS With Every Purchase NUTRI-PAK COMPANY M * ch " tl ° ™* S.v.alb - F.yMi,. low.
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