Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 27, 1961 · Page 5
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July 27, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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Council Proceedings Regular Meeting June 5. 1961 Meeting called to order by Mayor Beck at 7:40 o'clock, P. M. Councilmen present were Good- cr, Borchert and Crafton. Absent, Henry and Brown. Minutes of the last repular meeting read and approved. Roll call Crafton aye, Gooder aye and Borchert aye. Carried. Motion by Borchert and seconded by Crafton to instruct the Clerk to order (4) four "DEAD END STREET" signs. Roll call, Crafton aye, Gooder ay eand Borchert aye. Carried. Motion by Borchert and seconded by Gooder to hire Denny Dumermuth as manager of the boys recreation, Becky Maxson as manager of the girls recreation and Elizabeth Boulton as Arts and Crafts manager. Budget of $650.00 for the season. Roll call, Crafton aye, Gooder aye and Borchert aye. Carried. Ed Gooder, chairman, and V. Borchert assistant to determine -the salary of each. George Weber appeared in regard to the water being forced across the road onto his property. Tabled for further study. Talked about a hazard at iho top of the hill on Clark Street where Clark Street crosses the new number 150 highway. Tabled for Mr. Clark to make a further study. E. H. Carley questioned the possibility in regard to the road past his place. Tabled for Mr. Clark to study. Motion by Gooder and seconded by Crafton to accept regretfully J. M. Durfey's resignation as Town Clerk, and to give Mr. Durfey a $100.00 bonus. Roll call Crafton aye, Gooder aye and Borchert aye. Carried. Motion by Borchert and seconded by Crafton to pay the Fayette Cemetery Association $1,000.00. Roll call Crafton aye, Gooder aye and Borchert aye. Carried. Complaint about a fire hazard in the alley behind Fred Maurer's shoe shop. Bills examined as follows: General Interstate Power, service D-X Sunray Oil Co., Fuel Fayette Cornty Loader, Printing Paymaster Corporation, Checkwriter J. M. Durfey, Salary & Bonus Total Street Heineman Texaco, Gas Oil, etc. $ 41.44 Ronald Paul, Material & Labor „ 6.95 Melvin Hbltzman, salary 100.00 David McGee, Salary, Sanitation 100.06 Total $ 168.26 Municipal Enterprise Interstate Power Co., Service $ 7.10 Imogene Sheeley, Ass't. Librarian 32.01 Beryl Thompson, May Salary, Librarian . 66.82 Treasurer Cemetery Board, Tax Money 1,000.00 Beryl Thompson, Librarian 66.82 Total $1,172.75 Recreation Kay Enterprises, Park Tables, etc. $ 289.60 Joyce Lumber Co., Lumber & Cement 64.74 Melvin Holtzman, salary 176.50 Total S 324.89 Public Safety Howard Hubbell, Ass't. Police $ 72.80 Zabriskie's Garage, Oil, Grease, Plugs, etc. 20.05 Heineman Texaco, Gas, Oil, etc. . 60.75 Swomley's D-X, Gas 2.45 Oelwein Battery & Elcc. Co., Testing Speedometer 2.00 Alfred Ash, Salary, Police 100.00 Alfred Ash, Salary, Police . . . 180.50 Lloyd Holtzman, Salary, Police Chief . 236.50 Total S 354.54 Utilities Interstate Power Co., Service $ 215.10 D-X Sunray Oil Co., Range Oil, Flares 7.14 Vandersee Plumbing & Heating, Pipe & Material 65.59 Total S 367.83 Road Use Tax Joyce Lumber Co., Lumber & Cement $ 24.63 Fayette Stone Co., Road Rock 192.00 Total .. ... _ S 21G.63 Sewer Rental Interstate Power Co., Service S 82.54 David McGee, Salary, Sanitation . 171.15 Total _$ 675.05 Sanitation M-B Corporation, Repairs on Truck $ 2.97 Heineman Texaco, Gas Oil, etc 46.46 Arnold Heth, Truck Mirror 2.00 Mid - Western Pest Control, Service . . 10.00 Ronald Paul, Material & Labor 3.50 Melvin Holtzman, Express Bill . 3.33 Total $ 253.69 Grand Total $3,927.14 Motion by Crafton and seconded by Borchert to pay bills as examined except the following bills: Lerdall Construction Co., L. G. Thomas and W. V. Clark. Motion by Crafton and seconded by Gooder tc adjourn. Carried. J. M. DURFEY Town Clerk IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE TRY AN AD IN THE LEADER SPECIAL MEETING June 17, 1961 Meeting called to order by Mayor Beck at 6:25 P. M This meeting called to elect a Clork to fill vacancy created by the resignation of the present Clerk, J. M. Durfey. Councilman present, Brown, Borchert and Crafton. Several applications were received for the position After some talk as to the ability of the applicants, a moivn was made by Brown and seconded by Gooder to appoint Mr. A. E. Wood as Clerk at the sanii- salary of S180-.00 per n.onth. Roll call vote: BI.JWII, aye: Gooder, aye; and Crafton, aye. Carried. State Of Iowa, Fayette, County I, Lysle Wooldi'id^e. Justice of tht Peace in and for the Township of Fayette. County of Fayette, and State if Iowa, hereby certify that I administered the oath to the following Clerk, Mr. A. E. Wood, who was duly appointed at a Special meeting to succeed Mr. J. M Durfey. who resigned. Dated at Kayetti' this twenty- second day of June, 1961. Lysle VVu.'ldridge I, Archie E. Wood, do solemnly swear that I will support the constitution of the United States and the State of Iowa, that I will well and faithfully and impartially and to the best of my ability discharge all of the duties of the office of Clerk of the Town of Fayette, County of Fayette, Iowa, as now or hereafter required by law. A. E. Wood Motion by Crafton and seconded by Brown to adjourn. All voted aye. J. M. DUHFEY, Town Clerk Worthy Winners meet The July meeting of the Westfield Worthy Winners 4-H club was held at the hi'me of Judy and Jo Ellen Langerman on July 15. As this was a cookout, everyone brought something to cook Fayette Leader Page 7 July 27, 1961 Fayette, Iowa over the fireplace. Louise Picket! gave a demonstration on hot water pie crust and Linda Clark gave a demonstration called "salad plate". The next meeting will be Achievement Day and the mothers are invited. It will be held at the Farm Bureau building with Linda and Mary Clark and Sharon Ash as hostesses. Roll call will be answered by bringing a breakfast menu. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS A new aid in keeping bouts shipshape is n (Irvs.sitig for restoring water resistance to lurpuiilin*, uniting!), and covers for lioats »n<( outboard engines. Culled "SIIIIK" canvas water repellent, it can lie itpplicil l>y brush, spray, dipping or cloth fewnb. Recently introduced by Du Pont in its new "7" SEAS line of marine specialties, the liquid impregnates fibers, imparting or restoring the ability of good material to repel water. Use-tests demonstrated its ability to retain water rcpcllency for up to a year in northern climates. In the Gulf Coast area, repcllcncy in maintained for about six months under normal boating conditions. PICNIC DESSERTS * refreshing . .. and easy L., After the franks, hamburgers and all have satisfied those keen picnic appetites, then let's come up with a moist, refreshing dessert. The three suggested here arc made with canned apple sauce. They're fcingy with the good taste of apples . . . and with coconut, strawberries, marshmallow bits or peppermint candy. Kach dessort can be put together in practically nothing flat. Note, too, they can be packed in individual picnic cups with lids. Tropical Dessert 2 cups canned apple sauce Vi cup flaked coconut , J ,-> cup fresh raspberries or drained frozen raspberries Combine all ingredients; mix well. Makes 4 servings. \ Apple Sauce Mallow 2 cups canned apple sauce 1 cup diced marshmallows 1 cup'fresh strawberries or drained frozen strawberries . Combine all Ingredients; mix well. Makes 4 servii;.;;;. Peppermint Crunch Apple Sauce 2 cups canned apple sauce \' 2 cup lady fingerS or stale ] /i cup crushed peppermint cake diced candy *. Combine all ingredients; mix well. Makes 4 servings. it's the personal interest that pays off You're somebody when you shop here at home . . . a real "queen for a day." It's a good bet that our merchants know you personally ... are friends and neighbors. They roll out the red carpet because they're sincerely glad to see you. And they go all out to please, to see that you get exactly the merchandise you have in mind, at the right price. There's a genuine warmth and interest on the part of everyone in their stores. Shopping at home is a pleasant experience. You return home fresh, relaxed and satisfied that the friendly hometown merchants will never let you down. Contrast all the above advantages with spending your shopping dollars at BIG CITY stores. After driving scores of tiring miles and being exposed to the many motoring hazards, you're just another customer . . . a stranger among strangers. If anything goes wrong with your purchases, a lot of time is wasted in adjustments. When you consider the extra expense and trouble in driving long distances to shop, you'll decide it's smarter to be a V.I.P.* in your hometown stores. •Very Important Person '"/HI 7 HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING ALL. YOUR SHOPPING LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you get: 1. HONEST VALUES 2. AMPLE SELECTION 3. INSTANT DELIVERY/ 4. MORE PERSONAL AND FRIENDLIER TREATMENT 5. SAVING OF TIME SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 6. REUEF FROM COSTLY 7. FREEDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS 8. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLING CROWDS 10. THE CHANCE TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY BY PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HERE YOUR LOCAL STORE OFFERS MORE THIS AD SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING FAYETTE MERCHANTS WHO ARE INTERESTED IN A BETTER FAYETTE OTTS DRIVE - IN Phone 102 DUMERMUTH AND FAY Phone 207 ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE Phone 80 MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Phone 263 PoitfUMter MUIilNS SPORT SHOP MC LEESE • LEYTZE FURNITURE • APPLIANCE Phone 160 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Phone 4 VANDERSEE PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 BILL'S SUPER VALU Phone 84 DOCS BARBER SHOP Phone 264-R2 MAPLE MOTE FAYETTE THEATER HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Phone 38 UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY Phone 170 FARM BUREAU INSURANCE Phone 68 FAYE1TE COUNTY LEADER Phone ll-R-2 THRIFTY FOOD MART Phone 81 •-'. •-'iMtft*f*i"a*ftM'-vygg

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