Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 15, 1961 · Page 4
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June 15, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Used Machinery Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader Case tractor spreader 1937 A J.D. tractor 1956 J. D. 60 tractor F20 IHC tractor 1953 Model 60 J.D. 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 Ihe Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phono 115 Sumner, Iowa miscellaneous for Sale F'O.l SALE — 1952 Ford. Excellent condil on. Mrs. Dale Tat luison, ouauty Box. Phone 150. 24-1 FOR SALE — 500 used screens, 50 cents each. United Window Co. Phone Fayette 31. 22-3 or baby-sitting in afternoon and some evenings. Knv Van Sickle, phone 4906. 24-1-x FOR SALE refrigerator, dition. Mav - General Electric In exL -eilent on- bc seen at the WANTED _ Used picnic tabic and power lawn mower. Phone 2221, mornings or evenings. 24fr Walker Flower Shop. 24-1 FOR SALE — 20 acres of alfalfa and clover hay, by the acre or bale. Bernard Rohde, phone 1904. 24-1 FOR SALE APARTMENT house, all units rented. Automaiic heat, good condition throughout. NEW 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attached garage, large lot. Small down payment. MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 slory home. Curb and gutter. Automatic heat. Terms available. 4 BEDROOM home. Hardwood floors, basement garage. Well located. To settle eslaie. SPRAYING FOR WEEDS? ? ? Let Us Provide Your Needs Amino Triazole Butyl Ester 2-4-D Amine "40" 2-4-D Lowest Cost Weed Control NUTRI - PAK COMPANY Mechanic & 7th Fayette, la. WANTED _ Good heme for 6 mo. old pup. House broken. Phone Blue 147. 24-1 LOCALS Or. Elizabeth Longar left Sat- Mrs. Lewis Lorkwoocl and other in-day for an extended stay with relatives. Monday III -mini: he, her parents. Dr. and Mrs. Wil- accompanied by his parents, helm Pekrs Dr. Peters is a prom- went to Valentine Neb., to spend hunt physician in Germany. She a couple 1 of days with Mrs. Ixn-k- wiil also travel to Bavaria and wood's sister, Mrs. Minnie Htip- Austria for a time, and bring fer and other relatives. Following back some interesting material, his leave, llan.Jd will return to such as slides, for her students Grand Maria, Mich, this fall. Dr. Lbngar's summer ad Try An Ad In The Leader FOR RENT UNFURNISHED 5 room apartment with baia on first floor. Furnish half the heat. $60 per month. 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 nosil shuts off at $3.33 on a tank fill of gas, that purchase wtH be free this week. Harry's Cities Service Quality Service Instead of Stamps Deadly Reckoning by Robt. Day "MA1COIM, MAS, I CAN'T Oft THITIUNK OMN." .— • •' : Women tjrivers were Involved in more than 1ft% of.the personal Injury Occident In 1960." Fayette Insurance Agency : Phone 86 T Fayette FOR SALE — One fresh guern­ sey o w. Ralph Dickinson, Fayette. Phone Blue 140. 24-1 ORGAN SALE Best Bargains Ever HAMMOND CHORD ORGANS, used, in blonde, walnut, and clierrv from $775. Like new HAMMOND SPINET ORGANS, used from $1.10fl. NEW THOMAS spinets reduced to $645 and $845. Estey 2 in 1 chord and spinet $4!>fl. Open Mondays noon till 9 p. in. — Easv terms. R E N I E R ' S 531 Main Dubuque, Iowa Your Hammond Organ Dealer 24-2 FOR SALE OR TRADE — 12 ft. Star metal boat with deck and steering. Home made trailer. Will trade for pony, livestock or what have you. Contact Fayette Leader office. 23tf LOST & FOUND LOST — p B i r of long-haired white cats, a large torn and a smaller female. Lost halfwav between Lima and Favette. Reward for information that will help find them. Phone collect, Fremont Clark, Wadena. 24-1 AnnounamEim ELECTRO - LUX Vacuum clean s ' scrv »ce and supplies Wilfred Gillis, 415 First Ave. N dress is 17a Frankfurterstrasse Wiesbaden, Germany. —tt — Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts, Miss Gladys German, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pitcher of Otterville, drove to Ottumwa recently to visit their aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Bendzich, who are in St. Joseph hospital, following an auto accident. They also visited another aunt, Mrs. Anna Mayer, in Ottumwa. • The M.Y.F. will sponsor a car wash Saturday, June 17, from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. at F.arle's Standard Service. All proceeds will go into a camping fund. W., Oelwein, Iowa. Phone 2073 DIME'S SMALL Lawn mower Phone Red 236. engine 21-4- rcpair. 24-1-x CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors for their prayers, gifts and letters while I was in the hospital. Lloyd Holtzman 24-1-x FOR SALE — Baldwin Spinet Organ — Available for free home trial. It's a beauty and a bargain. No obligation. Contact C. R. Piano & Organ Co., 322 First Ave. N. E., Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 24-3 Rcutdalia A/eiud, REAL ESTATE tory. Little Donna Durey came home with her' grandmother to stay for several days. Mr. and Mrs.*Carl Zupke and daughter, Mrs. Darlene Grutzmacher, of Oelwein, attended the The Deborah circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service will meet June 21 with Mrs. J. W. Frye, the Esther circle with Mrs. Donald Bachman. The Woman's Relief Corps social meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Eugene Wilbur on FOR A QUICK SALE — Beauti- June 16. .„„„ 0 „ tM „ ful ranch type bungalow with The officers of the Woman's "™'r Z YTZfr^JlT.fL^n attached garage and workshop. Society of Christian Service will wedding of their niece cousin Close to college, extra large lot. be installed Sunday, June 18, at Beverly Zupkc and Dale ^ Immediate possession. Phone the morning church service. All 72, Maynard or Fayette 234. officers elected are urged to be 24-2 present. The Sunday school pic- ——•— " nic will be June 25 at the school — —— grounds. Mr .and Mrs. James McSweeney moved May 31 to Fayette, into the home of his mother, the late Mrs. Sarah McSweeney. Their Mrs. Gurtrude Nichols, of Cedar Rapids, has been spending several days with Miss Anna Wilson. — * The Don Vandersee family, with Mr. and Mrs. Waller Sellers and children, picnicked on the Mississippi Sunday. ...• . _ Paul Miller, eight year old son of Mr. anil Mrs, Dick MilUr, submitted to an appendectomy Tuesday night at the West Union has pital. He is getting along satisfactorily. _ .« — Mrs. Robert Hanson and children returned to their home at El^ifi. I'd . Thursday evening, af- tcr a tow days visit in the Mrs. Xaonu Han>oi\ home. ' — Friday evening visitors of Mr. ami Mrs J H. Heiwig were Mr. .uut Mrs. Harold Oammack of Ar- l:m;:on and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Monell of Seattle. Wash. — • — Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Paul, >o celebrate the June birthdays of family members, were: Mr. and Bernice Bonjour. Mr. and and Mrs. Elmer Bennett and Mr. Mrs. Clayton Bonjour, Eileen and and Mrs. Leo Bennett and two Daniel, and David Dickin^n, -at- daughters of Oelwein; Mr. and tended the Bonjour family veun- Mrs. Arnold Paul and Ray. of ion Sunday at Hampton. Fayette; Mv. and Mrs. Glen Shaf—•— , . , er of Mavnard. Mrs. Ina Johnson has returned ' — from several days in the Forrest Mr. and Mrs. Will Jr. Lover- Durey borne at Manchester while ington and daughters, and Mr. they were in Iowa City, where and Mrs. Will Leverington, Sr.. Forrest Jr., 14, underwent heart were Sunday dinner guests at surgery. His condition is satisfac- — Mr. and Mis. Fay Robinson and Vicki have been recent visitors in the parental Dr. H. I. Robinson APPLIANCE, home on their way to the University of Miami, Fla.. where he was granted a scholarship. The Robinsons will return this fall to Cvh- cyeden, where he will begin his eighth year as an instructor in the school there. the Floyd Oakley home in Oelwein. — si- Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles were visitors Sunday evening in the Mrs. Lillian Trout Tiome In Hawkeye. — • — Mrs O. D. Wilder of Detroit, Mich., a former resident of this vicinity, is visiting at the home of Mrs. A. J. Fox. —• — Mrs. Katherinc Gross, Loci and Max, went to Keswick, Sunday lo spend three days at the home of the boys' grandmother, Mrs. Addie Gross. —• — A supper guest of Mrs. Mabel Ostrander, Sunday, was Mrs. Nora Hecht of Hawkeye. — • — Marsha Leverington, eight- year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Leverington, had surgery on her leg last Thursday. She is in the Oelwein hospital. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Clough, of Monroe, Wis., arc spending this week with his mother, Mrs. Malina CU ugh. — •— The Howard Roberts house guest, Miss Phyllis Morgan, Win> na, Minn, and Mrs. Agnes Dickinson, Fayette, were among those who attended the rodeo and parade at Oelwein, Saturday. Mrs. Florence Bonjour, Ralph PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY 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 FOR RENT verse at Richfield church on Sunday, June 4 at-2:30. —« — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anfinson of Lima, visited Sunday in the Lester Olson home at Winona Minn. FOR RENT — 2 bedroom home. 1 mile north of Fayette on highway 150. All modern. Phone 60. 24-1 FOR RENT — Furnished downstairs apartment for 2, or sleeping room for 4. Phone White 169. Mildred Timm. 24-1-x Leslie Owen, Washington D. C. municipal court reporter, is spen- son, Everett and family, moved ding- a two weeks vacation with his mother, Mrs. Alta Owen, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ottersen and son are moving from an apartment at Ellis Thompsons, to Cedar Rapids. He has been em- FOR RENT — Spacious six- room, second floor apartment. Heal, water, automaiic washer and dryer furnished. Available June 3. Call 88. miscellaneous Wanted to the farm vacated by them. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Turner drove to Prairie du Chein, Wis., Wednesday to meet their nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Turner, Jim and Donald of Pasco, Wash. . Mr. and Mrs. Frank Thyer, ployed at Bill's Super Valu Phillip and Debra were Friday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Fett at Monona. Col. and Mrs. James McFadden, Nickie and Michael, of Shreveport, La., visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edmonds, last Tuesday and Wednesday. Attending the Gordon reunion WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jensen, and family, West Union, have returned from a fishing trip to Canora, Canada, and came home by way of Winnipeg, They reported fishing was poor. —•— „ Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and at Eagle Point park in Dubuque, Jean Ann Cowles with the Earl Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Geo- Vierow family of Waverly, were rge Buhman and Richard, Mr. callers Saturday evening at the and Mrs. Cecil Kelly and family, Robert Hanchett home near Ran- and Charles Gordon. dalia. 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 WANTED — Light housework „ 0 Mrs - Blanche Knight spent the M . M7s"^obert Ponsar — ^± f 2£J h <? ^children at ^^Mj WANTED _ College girl desires " h,le £ elr P afrents Urbana, 111., were callers of Mrs. baby sitting or house work in w f r . e away. Gregg Bacon return- { ^ asn { ussen and Jean ^ afternoons or evenings. Phone Cc * h ? me with her Saturday. Mr. Monday a f te rnoon. 174. Charlotte Karnatz. 23-2 a " d Mrs ' »°>' d °n B ™°* ™ d Y lly came after Gregg on Sunday, Susan Eskridge, Muscatine, is WANTED TO BUY — A piano. and attended the picnic dinner visiting in the home of her grand- Phone 5602, Fayette. 24-1 honoring Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tur- pare nts, the Fred Maurers. Sunner, Jim and Donald. day, they all attended the Nelson Mr. and Mrs, Lee Jeilings were Larson reunion at the clermont Sunday evening callers in the park. Dale Owen iiome at Fayette. ,. —•— . , A picnic was held Sunday in Mrs - Melissa Fauser returned the Woman's Relief Corps hall to her nome last . week I rom ™ e for relatives and friends of Mr. West Union hospital where she and Mrs. Phil Turner, Jim and was submitted to surgery for gall Donald, of Pasco, Wash. It was stones. She is convalescing satis- also the birthday anniversary of factorily. Walter Turner of Fayette. Visiting forlwo weeks at the Mrs. Frank Edmonds, Mr. and R ay mff home are, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Taylor Briggs, attended the Merle Anderson and daughter 1916 high school class of Fayette Lynn Anderson and Patsy Bick, reunion held Sunday at the Fay- a ii 0 f Poison, Montana, Mr. and ette Coffee Nook. Mrs. Edmonds Mrs, Robert Brown and daughter and Mr. Briggs were members and Miss Betty Iliff all of Missou- of the class. There were 11 pres- ii Montana, ent out of the 25 members. •— Mr. and Mrs. Barry Winter of chie£ ***** °£ ic * v Harold Edgerton, Wis., spent the week- Lockwood is spending a ten day end with her sister, Mrs. Donna leave with his parents, Mr. and Johnson. student REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM auto oil heat, 2 bathrooms. Beautiful landscaped lawn and backyard area with fireplace. Curb and gutter, pavement. Garage. Perfect location, close to town, only $6,000. 3 - 4 BEDROOM, modern. New bath. Plenty of room in this nice home. Extra land can be bought on contract. $4,500. 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 beat. Hardwood floors. Built-in kitchen cupboards. New roof. Oarage. 2 BEDROOM — I story. Aula gas heat. AU modem, Nice location, 4 BEDROOM — Auto. oU heat. Newly remodeled, large double garage. Extra lot 2 BEDROOM ~ oil heat, modem throughout. Excellent Income If wanted for Investment. Good location. Contact Pho£llfl%^ ^•a^iiUlll 8UMNER REALTY CO. 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. j/T *V YtllDk 'STONE CO. ^ UMBSTONE I QuwAed Rock *- t ] Geneva McComb, student at Teacher's college at Cedar Falls, came home Thursday evening. Jamboree planned Cedar Rapids is planning a jamboree Thursday and Friday, July 15 and 16, for the Eastern Iowa veterans of the 34th Division at the Sheraton - Montrose hotel. The jamboree is a get- together to renew old friendships from service in W.W. II. Many entertainment features are planned for this event. Visited in Illinois Mr. and Mrs. George Anderson and children of South St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Karl Hanson of Fayette spent last week visiting in Dubuque, Evanston and Chicago, 111. Mr. Andersojv returned to his home in St. Paul, but Mrs. Anderson and the children are staying for another week with her mother, Mrs. Hanson, In the ARIZONA CAMELBACK MOUNTAIN Area Vallei|||o In Scottsdale- the "West's mort Wettern Town'? —12 miles northeast of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest and finest year around hofeJ. 780 luxurious rooms and suites— all wlfh private sun deck, many have snackbar kitchens. Dinning Room, Cocktail Lounge. Heated Swimming Pool. All sports and activities available. Excellent Meeting I EUROPEAN PLAN facilities for I groups | Wrtta for Br<lthur , Up to 200. |RO»«T KWHl, Om.M«r.

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