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

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 8, 1961
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i FOR CALORIE COUNTERS Used Machinery miscellaneousjor Sale FOR SALE — 500 used screen*. Oelwein artist wins 50 cents each. United Window , Co. Phone Fayette 31. 22-3 Urand prize ribbon rnn BrWT OR SALE — Acreaoe CARL KLL, S- SON OF MR AND M '', FOR RENT OR SALE Acreage E(J K[ug Qf 0e ,, vem was awarf |. 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 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 store carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phono 115 Sumner, Iowa I'O'A SALE — HOIMO and large molul building, suitable lur business establishment. Contact Jack Beck, Fayette. 10-tf with 5 room house, age. W. K. Earle. CS 23-f-x ed the « rand p,ize nl,b " n :lt " ,e FOR SALE refrigerator. In excellent condition. May be seen at the Walker Flower Shop. 23-1 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 Try An Ad In The Leader 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 heat. 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 \C ^RW1H\ \ Men8 Young Men ' 8 • Light Weight Jackets An honored name in CLOTHING FOR OVER HALF A CENTURY' Oelwein Just Right For This Spring Weather $5.00 & $5.95 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 Deadly Reckoning by Robt. Day Pi DOM7 THINK THI, "WATCH OUT Kit PfMSTMANS' HON MIAN* WHAT YOU THINK ITMIANJ." More than 260,000 pedestrian! were killed or ln|ured In I960. Fayette Insurance Agency Phooe 88 Fayette FOR SALE — Universal gas range. Like new. Contact Leader office. 17-tf. SPRAYING FOR WEEDS7 ? ? Lot Us Provide Your Needs Amino Triazole Butyl Ester 2-4-D Amine "40" 2-4-D Lowest Cost Weed Control NUTRI - PAK COMPANY Mechanic & 71h Fayette, la. Upper Iowa university art ex- General Electric hibit last week t< r his oil painting "Aba Lake". Tire exhibit was judged by Mrs. Zora DuVal! of Cedar Rapids, noted Iowa artist. Antoinette Kann, of Marquette won the most honors during the exhibit, being awardid nine prize ribbons for her works. Second high in honors was Tom Baldwin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Baldwin of Wadena, who won eight ribbons. Blue ribbons were awarded ID Antoinette Kami for a hooked rug; Tom Baldwin for a pen drawing; Nick Toutsch of Fayette for an oil painting; Joseph frr a ceramic coil sgraffito va><\ and Gayle t win- 2 cups fresh raspberries 2 T. confectioners' sugar (garnish) FOR SALE OR TRADE — 12 ft, Star metal boat with deck and jacks' of S umnei steering. Home made trailer. Will trade for pony, livestock or wharram of Stanley for what have you. Contact Fay- dow stenc ji ette Leader office. 23tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — Furnished downstairs apartment for 2, or sleeping room for 2. Phone White 169. Mildred Timm. 23-1-x FOR RENT — Spacious six- room, second floor apartment. Heat, water, automatic washer and dryer furnished. Available June 3. Call 88. Other ribbons were awarded as follows: Arlington: Doris Anderman. white; Mabel Gordon, rue red, one white. Cedar Rapids: Bonnie Longon- baugh, two white ribbons. Charles City: 13ill Carbinier, red ribbon. Clermont: Jeanette Anderson, rod ribbon. Coggon: Tim Heideman, white. Elgin, Marion Helgerson. white and Arlcne Schoein, white. Elkader, Ernestine R e a v i s , white ribbon. Evansdale: Dale Piper, white. Fayette: Tina Alderson. one How about Angel Raspberry Swirl for dessert? Too fattening? Not this delectable beauty—only 09 calorics per serving! And what's more, it's cool, feather-light, and wondrously easy to make. This recipe is part of a tempting collection of low- calorie desserts in the June Ladies' Home Journal. Here's how it's done: 1 package angel food cake-mix 1 package dessert topping mix Make the cake according to package directions. (Bake half of the batter in a loaf pan for another dessert.) Spread the rest ivonly over the bottom of a 15" x 10" x W pan, bake and cool. Prepare the dessert-topping mix according to the package directions, adding the vanilla called for. Beat in Vi cup berries as you whip. Spread the filling on the bottom of the angel cake, reserving 'i cup for garnish, and roll as a jelly roll. Wrap well in aluminum foil and store in the refrigerator for 1 hour before serving. Arrange on platter, sift sugar over top and garnish with fluffs of remaining filling and remaining berries, Makes 12 servings. 99 calories per serving. Scientist* to visit Iowa high schools Again next year Nearly 100 Iowa scientists will be available to visit high schools throughout tie »tate next year with- -it (.o.V. t.o '.he local schools, T. R. Porter, professor and head of science education at the State University of Iowa, has announced. More than 700 Iowa public and parochial schools have received application blanks so that they can request the visit of a scientist, Professor Porter said. Sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the Iowa Academy of Science and the State University of Iowa, the visiting scientist program began last September will continue next year under a renewal grant by NSF. Birthday club to meet The June Birthday club will meet Wednesday, June 14, with Mrs. Lloyd Alber. There will be a 12:15 pot-luck luncheon. All women with birthdays in June are cordially invited. Any one wishing transportation may call 144. Knight - Kersten vows Exchanged on Saturday Miss Janis Elaine Kersten bo- came the bride of Carlton Walter Knight II in a double ring cerc- nvny at 2 p. m. Saturday, at St. Francis Catholic church in Fay- Plans were discussed for next year's program and also the date of June 27 was set for the club picnic. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Separated from army miscellaneous Wanted SP4 Stanley G. Smith return- C \ l f- 7'^, R r L ' J „ Shc * loton ed to the home of his parents, officiated before an altar decor- n . . . ,,, „ , atod with baskets of whito glad- Mr - and Mrs ' F1 °y d Smith, Fri- ioli. day, after serving in the army The bride is the daughter of three years. Two of these years -- Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kersten of were on tho ^land of Hodiko, red, one white ribbon; Frances Traer. The groom is the son of j He . . Hcndrix, white; Elaine Lingo, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Knight of . * two white ribbons; ZoAnna Mai- Fayette. tjon papers, and discharge from — tin, two white ribbons; Jean Na- The wedding processional and San Franciso^, Calif., before re- WANTED — to clean septic deau, one red, two white ribbons: recessional were played by Mrs. turning home. tanks and cisterns. Phone Blue Nick Toutsch, three white rib- Russell Swartz. and Miss Joan 123, Fayette. 21-3 -x bons ' Fruechte of Dorchester, sang wlN^^R^ati^Tser: Hawkeye: Wilma Emerson, red "Ave Maria" and "Our Father". Phone Fayette "boon; Mabel Fcrrell, white rib- Escorted to the altar by her 22 -tf ron; Carol Pleggenkuhle, one red father, the bride wore a gown of —— and one white ribbon; Wanda white silk organza, having a MEAN BOSS? Long hours? Good Weber, white ribbon. floor length full skirt with self pay for married man 21-30. Lamont: Dennis Dake, two red bands of fabric creating a bustle * " • * »_ A .'11. i.'il. J BELLES • WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa vice and repair. 54. white rib- Write Box 85, Oelwein, Iowa, ribbons 21 " 3 Luana: Helen Eno CLERK WANTED "on. APPLICATIONS are being taken Manchester: Nellie Turner, two for the position of town clerk. white ribbons. Position will be open July 1. Marquette: Antoinette Kann, effect, and a lace top with fitted bodice, long sleeves, and Sabrina neckline. Her fingertip veil fell from a dewdrop pearl crown. She carried a white gardenia corsage nestled into a cascade bouquet of white roses on a prayer book. The maid of honor, Miss San- Heating & Plumbing ARE SPECIALISTS IN Send'application to"Mayor Jack or >e 1- ed, seven white ribbons. Beck or to the town hall, Fay- Muscatine: Robert Nau, white ette. 23-1 New Hampton: Tim Brennan, dra Stouffer of New Hampton, :„ . „ —— white. a nd the bridesmaid, Mrs. Dennis WANTED — College girl desires Oelwein: Carl Klug, white; r amnm . t of Favette wore identi . baby sitting or house work in Margretta Schlumbohm, red rib- Lam P 011 ° f Fayette, wore identi- Phone ton full-skirted gowns of aqua 23-2 Postville: Shirley Fossaen, red brocaded satin and carried single ——— ribbon; Velma Nelson, white. stem white roses. 612 King strawberry Point: Bernice Da- Christine and Catherine Gates, afternoons or evenings. 174. Charlotte Karnatz. FOR RENT — Garage, St. Mrs. Frank Davis. 23-1 vis white; Eva Kingsland, white. Traer, wearing white nylon net, ' Ricks, three were flower girls. S100 PER WEEK For man who qualifies for this job. 22-33. married, neat. Good . -UY,™*work record essential. Combin- white ribbons, Sumner: Joseph white ribbons. Wadena: Tom Baldwin, Serving as best man was Gene one Van Buren of Staples, Minn. Jeanne Groomsman was Ed Hamann. ation Service -"sales"-' Delivery. Corkery, red ribbon. Ushers were Donald Kersten of Write Box 85, Oelwein, Iowa. Waukon: Lorraine Sweeney, Traer, brother of the bride, Jon 23-i white. Knight, Fayette, brother of the - . West Union: Beverly Gruhn, groom, James Grimes, West Un- W AN TED — Waitress, full time, red ribbon; Ruth Hanson, white; ion, and Donald Gray, Fayette. Apply at the Goffee Nook Cafe. Hazel Raim, white; Claudine The bride's mother was attired 23-1 Schatz, one red, two white rib- in a pink brocade gown , with Z Z Z~ Don s- white accessories and the groom 's WANTED — ,Boy fordishwasn- Arlington Heights, 111.: Jean mother chose a blue and white ing, part time. Cafe. • 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 WANTED — House work. Phone 279. Shari Bierbower. 23-1 Coffee Nook Osterberg, one red, one white ensemble with white accessories. 23-1 r ibbon. ' ' Tne groom's grandmother, Mrs. Chicago, 111.: Herbert Hill, two Ida Knight, wore dusty rose. All Darlene Wallan- three wore corsages of white carnations. Bill Wendt, Following the ceremony a reception was held at Colgrove Gay Gard- Walker Memorial building. The bride is a graduate of Gen, „ „, West, eseo Consolidated high school, LOST — Junior siie baseball white and the groom of Fay <, t te h j gn glove. Reward. Dennis Langer- winnetka, 111.: Barbara Bloom, school. Both are students at Up- LOST & FOUND white ribbons; der, white. Milwaukee, Wis.: white. Mt. Prospect, 111 ner, white. Stealing, 111.: Myrtle man. Phone White 86. 23-1 red r jbbon. To meet Thursday The Idle Hour Grandmothers' club will meet Thursday afternoon, June 8, at the home of Mrs. Allie Holtzman. per Iowa university. After a wedding trip to Minnesota, the couple will be at home in Fayette. REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM — Auto. heal. 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 — Modem, stoker heat. Hardwood floors. Built-in kitchen cupboards. New roof. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story. Auto, gas heat. All modem. Nice location. 4 BEDROOM — Auto, oil heat. Newly remodeled, large double garage. Extra lot. 3 BEDROOM — Modern. Auto. beat, close to college. Good repair. Real good buy. See this on*. 2 BEDROOM — oil beat, modern throughout. Excellent Income if wanted for investment. Good location. Contact VICTOR I. MIL Phone 188 Fayette, la, SftmifCT REALTY CO. CHARLIE WEAVER — (Continued from Page 1) Another stellar attraction will be Allen Case, best kn^wn^ day ^ Mfly p ^ ?t Kinderlein club met The Kinderlein club met Tues- "The Deputy" on »wv.-i,o - - . „. , Saturday night show, who will the tome of Mrs. Richard Clark, headline another evening show. Co-hostess was Mrs. Harold "Case is one Western star who vouiton has real talent as a singer," Al- n11Th £*£ P MrS « R Jf S " corn said. Prior to his present ® a * e 5' Mnr ^*° ber * McC , 01> TV role he starred in the Na- ma ? k ' Mrs - Harold Boulton, Mrs. "Damn Yankees", in the New ° u , s ' fc^LnW Ztl^' York Center Production of Mrs ' Ronald Kocher, Mrs. Don »Qnn.i, P !?«« » ^ Rainer, Mrs. Richard Jamieson, South Pacific and is current- Di„u Q _j r>i„,.i, n„..u ly appearing in the off-Broad- g B ^£?^ C ^ afc Ji 1 JS2 way musical, "Once Upon a Mat- M £j«% & * h ^™ For those who enjoy speed In the ARIZONA MOUNTAIN Area , „,„„ guest, Mrs. George Leonhart, was and thrills the fair will present presem ' one evening of big car racing and a thrill show. Tommy Blair and the Westcoasters, a Decca recording group, will present a matinee stage performance to please the teen-agers arid they will also play for a Teen Hop that evening. To provide an opportunity for the many horsemen in the area to show their skill and compete for prize money, there will be an action-packed horse show at one of the fair performances. "Sports-O-Rama," something entirely new in the outdoor entertainment field will be presented one afternoon. Included In the production are such varied exhibitions as archery, a quick draw cap gun contest for kids, dogs retrieving live ducks and alligator wrestling in a huge water tank. For the kids (tour to 80) an afternoon of magic, acts, and comedy will be waiting in the Magto Circus. YOU'LL SEE YOUR DOLLARS GROW IF 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. AGP/CULTURAL o In Scottsdale -the "Weit'i tnoit Western Town'? —12 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest and finest year around hotel. 180 luxurious rooms and sulfes-a/j with private sun deck, man/ have snackbar kitchens. Dinning Room, Cocktail Lounge. Heated Swimming Pool. All sports and activities available. Excellent Meeting I EUROPEAN PLAN facilities for | groups | writ, for irwhur* up to 200. 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