Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 10, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 10, 1961
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Whose Farm Is The Mystery Farm? Free Copy of mystery Farm picture to owner For making identification The picture above v, a:; t;,kcn •f a farm somewhcn- in 1',-iycttc oounty, in the viru:.ty uf the town of Fayette. Thr inv^civ farm pictures arc- • v orcd hy the Fay i>> I. ;!\o interest of its in.in If the ovvm r r 'f ! lu tu.ed above will 1 ip I 'Tier offi.-p lie will ;<rrivn fy< r of charge a 5 x 7 i\lu;-,y print uf Uic picture. Then 1 i nothing In buy. All that is nskcd u[ the mvn- r is i\ little infoi niatinn so that me farm picture i»;iy In: ideal i- fiod for tlu* public the :•! ;it th LOC Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Murphy uf Sumner were among the Sunday callers at the home of the Misses Amy Leigh and Margaret Paine. Mrs. William Esters returned to Fayette Saturday She has been doing graduate work at Northwestern University this summer. ___ A _ :f Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eskridgc and family, Muscatine, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Severson and family, Waverly, were Saturday night and Sunday visitors in th'' parental Fred Maurer home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bright were among the attendants at the Little Brown Church near Nashua Sunday, at the annual homecoming for the couples that had been married, there. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bright, Cedar Falls, were week end guests in the parental Frank Bright home and attended the reunion of his high school graduating class of 1948 at the Fayette park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Langerman arrived Saturday from Lancaster, Calif. He will be principal at Rockwell, Iowa. —•—• Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinclcy and family, Decorah, visited Sunday in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. C. R. Ostrandcr. She accompanied them K u 11; c- then went on to St. Paul to visit in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Charles Hincley, and to see her sister who is there from Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ainsworth, Detroit, Mich., visited from Wednesday t. - Friday in the home of her mother, Mrs. C. R. Ostrander. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Anderson. Tucson, Ariz., were recent guests in the Harold and Miss Mary Schmidt homes. Mary then accompanied them to Sioux City to visit another brother, John. She then came with her brother, John and wife to Clinton to visit in the home of another sister, Mrs. Robert Hint/, returning here Friday. Tom Schmidt who hail been visiting his aunt at Clinton returned home with them. Mrs. Harry Schulte, Elkader, visited Ias1 wi-f.-k in the Lorenz Wilke home. Mrs. Evelyn Tterp, Marysville, Mo., was an overnight Thursday guest of the Walker Brigj-s. Mrs. Davis Olson and baby, Stevens Point, Wise., and Mrs. Cora Husberg, Eau Claire, Wis., left Monday morning after a weeks visit at the home of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and other relatives and friends in West Union and Waterloo. Mrs. Husberg also spent two days of the time with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Edith Berg, in Waterloo. f A _ --Miss Marcia McNec, associate professor of elementary education, at Morningside college in Sioux City, who is a graduate of Upper Iowa, and taught here for 14 years, is visiting Miss Madge Benton and other friends. scription increase on his Cedar Rapids Gax.ette paper route in Ju'y. i _ ir _ _ A . n Mrs. Krnest [Has and little son of Cedai Rapids came Friday to visit until Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Agnes Dickinson. Mr. HUis drove uu Sunday and they all returned home with him. __• — Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Reese went •, Gliddrn, Wis., Sunday for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Cecil Cover and other places of interest. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Carl Frederick of Knchesh r, Minn., came Sunday to spend the day with her mother Mrs". Alia Owen. They all attended the 40th annual Homecoming rf the Handalia Methodist church. f ^ — Wetk-end guests in the Ray Dilley home were Miss Bonnie Jamieson. Kugene Underwood, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hanson, Bruce and Tommy, all of Waterloo, and Mrs. Don Bolton of Alburnett. Mrs. Alice Hanson of Eagle Grove, mother of Mrs. Dilley, has spent the past two weeks in the Ray Dilley home. — • — Mrs. Ray Dilley entertained the H.O.A. club of Randalia at her home Tuesday evening, August 8. Republican women to Host 6-state convention Iowa s 'Republican women will I . 3t a six-state convention in Des Moinc-s at Hotel Savery in rai ly • Sept' mber. Mrs. K .1 llennintv of A'vadia, regie rial din-c tor. an- noun ( I today. T.ie Iowa I'min- eil. with a membership of U.OOO is • e ' I y Mrs. John Camp of 'Vv.nt. will meet with Republican w: men from the states of Mis- ouri. Kansas. Nrbcaska. No: th Dakota, and South Dakota. Headline speaker for the convent'• n is the rhauman of the Republican national committee. Congressman William Iv Miller of Nevt Yo:V. lie wi'l speak at :..• e;v!ii;v; bunr;r. I "II Sept \'l. The meetings open September II with an Earlybnd tour and tea at the Iowa Governor's man.-•', n. On Sept 11!. Mr... J. I!. Parks, national president, will be the keynote speaker .-.'. the morn ing session. Dm in", tl i alter- roon, Republican senators and congressmen from the : : .\ states have been invited to participate in a panel. The Iowa pie-aden,. Mrs. Camp, will p'e.-ide at tiie evening banquet, and will introduce Congressman Mil hi- li:r tin; highlighted speeeli of the three- day conference. Governors of Iowa, Kaunas, and South Dakota will speak at the noon luncheon Sept. 12. They are the Honr.-rable Norman Erbe. John Anderson, Jr.. and Archie M. Gubbnul. Also included on the conference program will be many well-known Republican women f"om the several states. Further program details will be in the Sylvia Sampson home last week. Dr. Walsh is Chief of Staff at the Veterans' hospital in Huntington, West Virginia. announced later. Members of the I'.-wa Council ( f Republican Women nnrl their friends are urged t<i attend this in etmi:. The n itional | r' . ident M s Park . h.i ;t 'ted that "It- • '•onlcrenci otf.'i.. an oiipo; t unit •- loi u^' to Welcome all \vonien ri tcre<1e,| i'i ).'iitical (.Ideation .in ' ; oh!: .d • erviee l-> tin ir na- t:o.i ;,, nici 1 ! witli us." Rcgi • '; ' :•••,] Mi, i.i 1 i--;! !c \vit!i ?-lrs ( ': r >'•; I • ivton. Mill) -I'ilh '.reel. i 'e - Moille • I); -I "!(•! pi esi,,ents i ! I i-..,, are ::i t'ii,:rj!e of convention aiTan 1 ; 1 'IM n's. as are many slate boaid ;•;>! '. fal elub members The <ii in i MI esidints art 1 Mrs. Ma 'ie St. -;es "f Davenport. Mr;. V \i olayse:i ol (/Union, Mrs. llo'.v- -i;:l ": !iweii',.'r cl Hows. MP..S Ann Mi'e; ie!i ol Albia, Mr . Khiier Ve:mi .'• o| I'ella. Miss Hilka Tja.'.en of tin da. Mrs. Ilertie-t Heed .-f Panora, and Mr.-.. Clarence Becker of LeMars. To» Larry Davis of Guthrie injuries .'.-i r :>.-,. i, | recently -it A h mowing the lawn, he fell and his Center foot went under the mower. One in n toe was severed and two others i, severly damaged. Aug. 25-Sept. Des Moines YEAR'S LARGEST FARM ^ 'MACHINERY SHOW IN fowA featuring the fabulous FARM-0-RAMA .SOLAR Milk Minder -~-^^^^KK*»^>^~^ a real work-saver saves money too! lower pouring Milk Minder <0. 2.B03.9K all stainless steel — (Coollna rut* ol Iha . Mllh Mmd«r (A) at ppomd lo coliDi'titKin (0) «nd (C). ) I — Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Reese left Sunday for Glidden, Wise., for a visit and vacation in the home of her sister, Mrs. Cecil Cover, and to fish and see the country. _ f| ,--,-— Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer spent the week-end at Cedar Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Thos Shaffer and family. m _ 0_— Harold Hall of Chicago, 111.. spent Monday and Tuesday of last week, in the home of his parents, the Will Hall's. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hinkel and 1 family of Cedar Rapids spent the - week-end with his parents, the i George Hinkels. _ f| — --. The Cliff Hayes family have moved into the former home of iR. B. Paul. — • __ a Mir. and Mrs. George Spatcher spent several days last week visiting, in the home of their son Cecil at Afnes, and having eye testae at Marshalltown. __ Mr. and Mrs. Verle Bon jour and Waneta, Berrian Springs, Midi., were Saturday to Monday^guests of Mrs. Florence Bon- joui$ and Ralph, Bernice and Clayton Bon jour. Mrs. Don Vandersee drove to Sumner Monday morning and picked up Mr. and Mrs. Kurt Vandersee and took them to Minnesota for a few days outing. They will return about Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lumbard and family of Kalama/.oo, Mich., are visiting at the George Reed home. A . Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Quandl have received word of the birth ,-jf a grandchild. A son was born on July 31 to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Quandt of LuClaire, Iowa, and has been named Roger Arthur. Mrs. Lottie Smirl is very ill at her home. Her daughters, Mrs. Stohr of Waterloo, and another daughter at Phoenix, Ari/.., are assisting in her care. Mr. and Mrs. George Turner of Maynard were dinner and afternoon guests Friday of Mrs. Mildred Timm. Ricky Scheidel left Tuesday morning with a group of youngsters from area towns in a chartered bus from Cedar Rapids to spend a three day expense paid trip to Chicago. Ricky won the trip by securing the most sub- Mr, and Mrs. Ted Johnson and family spent a few days this week with his mother, Mrs. Ina Johnson. The Johnsons are moving from Dallas, Texas to Silver Springs, Md. — • — Guests in the Sylvia Sampson home the past week were her brother and wife, Dr. and Mrs. L. W. Sampson, of Storm Lake, and her niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Held, of Los Angeles, Calif. _ 0 Mr. and Mrs Hubev Donald- sun i;l Uel :i-'..i i-.li.- 1 ^:: i'~ at./e; and friends in Fayette, Sunday. £ Dr. Eugene Walsh was a caller ^ The Rev. Richard Jarnie.'v:n and family aix' attending the We.sle.y- an Methodist camp meeting and conference at Charles City. rapid cooling Ev»ry b«n«nt you won! In a bulk milk tank—lower pouring, fatl*r cl»anln0, rapid, *cono*^Ical cooling and Iron- bl«-fr»« performance — hai b»«n incor- poralad In a Milk Minder. Available in 100 to 1,000 gallon capaclllei with remote or »«tf-contained condenilfig unitl. h't the flnett In eveiy way, M« It today! Phono or Write CEDAR FALLS REFRIGERATION Phone CO 6-4327 Highway 57 South Cedar Falls, Iowa . ._ . as. You wanted them back . . . the larcest farm i.KH'hinery manufacturers. Seven out of the i-i-'.ht I'.irjj'cst lire luiek in the lui(U' t'OQ-foot tent. i.i ;<(!(iition, Till other leadinp ni.-inulacture.rs and di-'riliiitors complete nearly 40 acres of the iv ,<.cut in modern farm machinery. Don't miss th tremendous machinery show. AMERICA'S FINEST . .GRiCULTURAL EXPOSITION NATIONAL LIVESTOCK SHOW. •1-11 FFA FAIR. QUALITY MKAT SHOW. CORN & GKAIN SHOW, FARM GADGKT SHOW, TKAM PULLING, i-UULTUY & KAHI3IT SHOW. NATIONAL HONEY SHOW The Farm Exposition 01 A Llfttim* "SPEHD BATTLES inc. CAK HACKS Aftermmnsi Aug. 27 ; bept 1 & 2 STOCK CAU RACES AfU'rnoon: AUK. '20; Night: Sept. J JALOl'Y HACKS NiBM AUK. 'J7: Afternoon: Aur. 31 SUl'EK-MOIJIKlEn HACBS Afternoon: Sont. U MOHSK HACKS Aftemonni- Aug. V>«. GHKYHOUNO HACES Night: Aug. 2., FANTASTIC MUSICAL REVUE Nights, A tg. 28-Sept. 1 .JOHNNY PULKO and his Harmor.'.ca Gang he:uiline a bit', bright, txmncy rovue. Sonus, dances, comedy, thrills, an ej*.--filhng extrava jnza. Two hours of pure delight. id- ing HUNDREDS OF BIG FEATURES Major l-:xhil)its OIMMI Until 'J I'.M.; Miracle Mile Mi »:iv Stale l-'mr Talent (':iniiipiun>hi|.j: Baton Twirli ('.mti'st; Oiiltlron'H llmnyard; Heller Uving Show; I I..V..T & (iiinli<n Showi Women unil Children • rro- iT;uns Munii' 1'Ystmil; Old Fiil'ller'ii Contest; Checker nshiiMi Arl KxhiLitj Photo Salon; School Ei -Knilio llroudcrjls; Hor»esho« Pitching; Fiery I-OH AI.I. (iUANDSTANU I'KIIFOIIMANCES'MON- DAY. AUC.UST M THHOUGH FRIDAY, SEl'T. 1 , . . lx>x soiitH just $2.00, reserved Beat* only $1.60. •I K ki'ls (nr nil tfrnniUtanil i>erlormance» on Saturd»y» unil Sunilnys: Ixix seatM, $2.50; reserved se«U. $2.00. Nn IKIIC wuU or reserved »c»Li lor Greyhound U«ce«. All .HI-IIIS Kcneral admission, $1.00 lor adulla, B0« lor rhilrlrt-n. Get yuur scaLs early. S«nd money order (livinR day and IH-rl.'irniatu-e ilcsirc.1. Mull to Stat« Fair Hoard. Dea COMPLETE PROTECTIOH AUTOMOBILI PUBLIC TRUCKS FARM LIABILITY GENERAL LIABILITY WORKMEN'S! COMPENSATION FIDELITY AND SURETY BONDS ACCIDENT AND HEALTH HOSNTALIZATION 3tat« Auto and Casualty Underwriters DBS MOINfS, IOWA EARL SCHNEIDER Insurance Agency ...for the first time you can., Don't forget - - Natural Gas is Coming to Fayette! MWb Have Had Mote Than 25 Year* Experience In Th« Furnace Buiineu. Free E«iim*tes For You On Amy Type Of Furnace Installation Cr Conversion. TIME PAYMENT PLAN AVAILABLE YES, WE STILL HAVE SKELGAS E. H. CARLEY PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone 77 — Fayette, Iowa lieat water with natural gas !' \ Thrifty, dependable natural gas saves two ways when it heats water. ' First, natural gas is faster, so there's no need to invest in a large storage ,tank. Second, natural gas does the job'for less. In fact, natural gas is the most economical fuel for use in your home. Modern, automatic natural gas gives you glorious hot water — oceans of it — for laundering, dish washing and bathing. You needn't even think of it. Natural gas is automatically on the job — quietly and cleanly ... Bftfely and surely — providing all the hot water your family needs. * Abundant, economical natural gas is now ready to heat the water for your home. Plan today to convert — and put natural gas to work in your home. Start living in the modern manner — automatically — with natural gas. PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatre — Clifford Hayes, Mgr. — Phone 266 LIVE MODERN...FOR LES3...WITH NATURAL GAS

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