Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 8, 1961 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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10 per ceni more persons Receive federal aid in '60 Develop leisure time Interests for future sion assistant in child development at l-jwa State University. Unless you hnve developed If you have spent the last few strong interests to take their years working hard to earn a liv- place, your home will seem cm- inR for a growing family, fixing pty, lonely and silent, tip your home, nursing children through rneasels and mumps, fix- spring forth full- you need them— have to plan for your inter- and help them grow grad- They don't grown when you ests Fayette Leader Fayette, Iowa ually. By the end of 1060, 2591 pr-r- r;ons- in Fayette county were re- e<;ivinj; Federal old-ngi', survivors and disability insurance 1 benefits under the Social Security Act. The t.Hal benefits paid to these persons for December, 1960 was S146.903, according to Earl T. Ji. hnson. manager of the Waterloo social security district office. '"This is an increase in the number of persons receiving benefits by 238 or 10.1 per cent, and $15,99-1 in monthly payments over the same month last year," he said. Retired workers in Fayette county numbering 1,503 were receiving S.99,124 in monthly payments while 545 wives and dependent husbands of retired workers were receiving $18,678 per month. There were 217 children receiving $10,260 per month while 41 > mothers were receiving S2.265 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 231 were receiving $12,632 per month. A total of 43 disabled workers were receiving $3,611 per month while 11 wives, dependent husbands and children of disabled workers were receiving $333 per month. In the eight-county area served by the Waterloo district office, 22,632 persons were receiving $1,425,509 in monthly benefits as of December 31, I960. This is an increase of 1.975 beneficiaries or 9.5 per cent and $153,686 m monthly payments over December 31. 1959, Mr. Johnson said. In the eight-county area 12,862 retired workers were receiving $944,627 in monthly payments while 4.488 wives and dependent husbands of retired workers were receiving $174,826 per month. There were 2,076 children receiving $108,254 per month while 430 mothers were receiving $27,058 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 2.129 were receiving $120,600 and 12 dependent parents were receiving $585 per month. A total reiving $41,814 per month while of 463 disabled workers were re- 222 wives, dependent husbands and children of disabled workers were receiving $7,745 per month. For the entire state of Iowa, old-age, survivors and disability insurance payments at the end of December, 1960 were being paid to 226,537 persons at the rate of SI6.524.212 per month. Benefits totaling $197,646,000 were paid in Iowa during 1960. Nationally, almost 15 million persons were receiving Cibou* a billion dollars a month old- age, survivors and disab:!::y insurance benefits at •he 1960. Many of thesi p-i ,p.-, made eligible for ber.efiis zy changes in the lav,- ir. '"HO—$„±. as the redaction :r. th* zrr.r.is.z of work required to c ic: benefit] and the rerruv/ji tzn ago 50 requi."*r.-.eri: f->r d.i ..jj;_.~7 beri '6f:L3 Social mcj.:.'.'/ itjr.rflu tolling .$Ii,244.7!)5.<M0 -!Ui i.l Zhe: r.s.'.ivr. ••! 1:M9 Fieii icpiesentatives from the \V::leiloo di-.lt irt office visit con!...•! -tatiojr. in the following i. ,vi:: i.'iice a week: Independ- 1 111V, ()eiwein. West Union, llani- I>ton, Iowa Falls and Eldor.i. They visit the following towns twice a month: Waverly, Allison and Grundy Center. The Waterloo district office is open firm 8:30 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday. It is closed on Saturdays and National holidays. ing meals, shopping for food and furniture, helping with homework and doing all the other (lungs mothers anrl fathers do, then your leisure time has taken care of itself by disappearing. You ppibahly think, then, that talk about developing leisure time inteiests doesn't apply to yon But someday suprisingly soon those children will be grown-ups and will leave home, points out Nancy Lysen, exten­ t's a temptation t in the busy years of that von < parenthood, '.hink n> w, the work of 111 put off leisure planning until later when toe children are older and you're nearing retiremenr age. Hut later may be too late. Habits sneak up on you when y<>u aren't looking, especially laz> habits. Is it really going to be easier to develope new interests when you are older and less energetic than you are mm'.' Besides, some of the most satisfying in­ tercuts are lifelong ones, and these require time tr develope. County teachers Institute to have Different program Plans for the county teachers institute for Chickasaw and Fayette Counties will follow different programs for the school year 1961-1962, it was announced this week by the county superintendent's office. The Pr+ e 6 schools involved are Nashua, t ** _ New Hampton, Fredericksburg, Une Turkey Valley, North Fayette County (West Union), Valley the County Superintendent A (Elgin), Fayette, Arlington. West S. Morse, and the State Depart Central (Mnynard), and Oel- ment of Public Instruction. we in. • A single day for a meeting of all schools has been abandoned, and each school will sot up a program to meet, the desires and needs of respective faculties. The dates and amount of time for these in eervSce trainiilng programs will be determined by the administrators of each school system. Funds for these programs are provided by the respective county Boards of Education after plans have been approved by Fingers Clifford Hinkhouse, 13, of near West Branch lost all four fingers on his left liana recently when his hand was caught in an ensilage unloader. He had gone into the nearly empty silo and his father, not knowing the boy was anywhere near, threw the switch to unload silage for the evening cattle feeding, and the boy's hand was caught. rj .-.-rs, fill ::m- igi- ;5ny:vu>nt :'igi» :'i-.r m iit (10. •vis ;u.uiil iged vrdivv -0th in",!* 'To y*ar The i-;.- \'M\\ .v »• si ^-suti ;<•(•:. t able, and ')w 25»5J inniv«ri«r;,' ol" One Attwal .?«>«•:it-ltv -'•»''. v'ucti became law .n J9.T8 'luanges .11 tlti» law ;mce i'J'lfi :iav<> -iroHgiil nioro ;Vinn 1 nit if i>v'ir; A\ rj>r- sons .-n 'lie -nited Vu\m '.lie :jnv trie!ion of -.I't-age, air.'ivors mid ilisntnlity .usiir'nu'.---: jjrotwrtlcfi paid ;'o;- \v: 'axes >n emflkfyws, llieii- <«mu|oy<>rs. .md b*> :* , lf--rn- ployod. !'*fii-:nngs .'/ill 5W» yryyr'- ctl Ui tin' io/'iai ..e.'virtty ,«vy»>n>s'' of mm-.* UIHII 7(5 million --.mrU-ris- during UWM. The Watw'no w'.ftl ;*-fUri<y district office .iw.is >1if ;>>11ow- ing amities: \i\nrk 11ttv*it; Hrnrri- av, Bue-haufin, ikttU'r 'Arytttte, iiid ilHtdin. Franklin, Cirundy New cairs Weetimd S »»v(>«t«>pn >u".v I 'm; and jfjf; riew Iraekn .vor« •.•gSstKi'-d {tiring the pimt \wk .11 \'m f>ff\c«» of the ffayott^ coonty '.turnover. The n«*.v cuv •-••<.<wri -«v» m fhllows: Dale Up-ham, ; W (»-•»«. TMion,- Chevrolet; -UcM A. <*%X\w r iifjiy- rtard, Chevraiet; H,*rw/ Clermont, Voiles; Wark i/tiSMA, St. lUucas, Ford; iU,-ff»eri e,r na 1A>UX, Oelwein, IJuick; WAVhts Mali in. Ofclwein, Chevrolet; PmA Miller, OciwrJn, R a m Y, 1 e t, Lloyd ilea ton, OeJwein, O1d*mo- bile; Fred House, West (Jnkm, Jr*ofttJ»c; Harry or Mae Pingrwi, OelWein, Oldsmobilc; Hon a Id Walker, Oelwtin, Ford; Albert |*figel, Butnner, Ch«vrolot; Ijitrea tftf taye Sacha, Oolweln, Ford; PhyViB Hatch, Oelwoin, Comet; iule Lleb&, Oelwoin, Ford; Gono & Myrtle Wood, W«at Union, ¥ar6; John Falb and Sons, Elgin, Chevrolet. H<BW U'Uoka were licensed by fiai 'lUyr and Co., AU »b«, Ford; (M^i-an Johtuioft, Randalia, Ford; f«m Bureau Service Co.. May- MM. QMCf Iowa Port Mill Co., fteiweia, IVardj Iowa Motor Co. d*lw<eitt, Ford; Pooplw Nat- mi ^ WMt Union, Ford Pick. BOYS-GIRLS-HAVE FUN WIN VALUABLE PRIZES CONTEST ALL YOU HAVE TO DO IS WRITE A NOTE TELLING WHY YOU THINK YOUR FATHER SHOULD BE KING FOR A DAY' It's easy! It's fun! Win valuable gifts for yourself and your father simply by telling why you think your dad deserves to be ''King For A Day". The names of the winners will appear in this paper on June 22. Use the entry blank below — enter today! I STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 MAUSER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING SPORT SHIRT or TIES For That FatWs Day Present i f, MUM UPPER IOWA UNIVERSIH Fayette, Iowa FARM BUREAU INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 68 VANDERSEE PLUMBING & HEATING Phone 194 l $f¥M HOOK CAFE W$ *trf Thmm Landit ¥Sv>m 8 « F*y «tU>, lorwa BILLS SUPER VALU R ©member Dad With A Carton of Cigarette* or Box of Cigars PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Live Modem For Less WITH NATURAL GAS LUCYS GARDEN OF EATEN We Have HOT CORN BREAD At Noon On Saturdays IF IT'S INSURANCE YOU NEED — I HAVE IT — EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE YOUR PAPER FOR COUNTY AND LOCAL NEWS FAYETTE LEADER 3P® LOOK AT THESE PRIZES THE 'KING FOR A DAY' RECEIVES: $10 IN VALUABLE MERCHANDISE • YOUNGSTERS WILL BE AWARDED 1st Prize 2nd Prize 3rd Prize $5 $2 $1 SIMPLE CONTEST RULES: • Any boy and girl under 12 years of age is eligible to ent»r, excapi children of employees of this newspaper. • A youngster may enter only once, but a father may receive any number of nominations. • Entries must be submitted on the Official Entry Blank; must be written in fifty words or less. • Judging will be based on originality, sincerity and aptness of thought. Decisions are final. No entry may be returned. • Deadline is noon, Saturday, June 17, 1961. OFFICIAL ENTRY BLANK NAME — AGE ADDRESS MY FATHER SHOULD BE 'KING FOR A DAY* BECAUSE: (in 50 words or less Br%g this form into any of the stores listed on this pafe or rnail to the Fayette Leader no, later than noon, Saturday, June 17. ... . mm .... M

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