Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on September 14, 1961 · Page 2
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, September 14, 1961
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UtaLlitiied In 19.4 19 •»>»»,. i j—> NAT IO N A L EDITORIAL I0UUR PftfSS VflssociRTion 6 l l 1 =3 A f F 11 I A I F M C M B f 0 Subscription Rates $3.00 Per Year S3.50 Per Year In l-";iyiiJti- ;mil Adjoining Counties UulMde l'.-iyi Itc ;mrl AdjoiniiiK Cmmlli's The I .e.-nler is publisher! wi -efcly in Fnyrtle. Inwa. nnd distributed on Tlmi; !:iv iiKii -ninc. Kntei-cd .it the Post Office at Fayette, Iowa •<•(•,.nd i i ,>s mailer, under the Act of March 3. 1879. Maurice Stoneman, Owner and PublUher JAMES E. BROMWELL SECOND IOWA DISTRICT Without whistling by the Cr.ivcyard — this could be the hi/:h point of nii.ssian commun- i 'lii. With China rising. Europe rich. America ni wly active in SoiiHi America, Die tide may be at the turning point. And Krush­ chev may know it. — B — The Democrat wlio beat Carmint I)e Sapio in New York said: "Polities' can't he run by an < 1- serve the community." n. t be more ri^ht. .... B _ Family Fallout Shelter", Defense pamphlet, is av- Ihtough local civil de- fen-:e officials, or C. E. Fowler, Direclor, Inwa Cjvil Defense Ad- mmisti'at !i ;n. State Office and Laboratory Building, East 7th and Court Streets, Des Moines 19, ite and He could "Thi a Civil ai Libit Iowa. — B —• The Pestmastcr General's ac- livity of talcing down Eisenhower plaques and putting Kennedy plaques and then, upn protest, wit !uii'! ai 'ain in n< w Post Offices, prompted Congressman Kyi to write: "Little plaques up< n the wall Which is the fairest of them all - Are you a Rift of Ike's or Jack's Or the little guy wlv> pays the tax'.'" — B — Here we go. 1 have been expecting a move toward price and wage controls (June 17 - August 2G). On September 7 the President wrote 12 steel company executives that a rise in the price of steel might "require the adop- tVn of restrictive monetary and I iscal measures." — B — In a speech to the Optimists in Cedar Rapids over a year ago, I advocated an income tax deduction for folks building fall-out shelters. Bills have been intiv:- duced to bring this about. A good fall-out shelter program would be a deterrent to Krushchev. Unfortunately, we canr.rd get action until next year, which is very, very late. — B — From an informal, personal survey, I would say that most Congressmen would prefer to see Babe Ruth's reiord stand up. Most of us have thought too much of him for loo V.ng to see his glory fade with any real pleasure. Is a small arm? instructor at Quantlco Marine base. The couple will live at Alexandria, Va. Womans club meets The general meeting of the Woman's club met fi .r their first meeting rf the fall season, on Monday, Sept. 11, in the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. E. A. Billings and Mrs. E. E. Garbee were elected as delegates to attend the Second District Convention to be held at Dcconih, Tuesday, Sept. 20. All other members arc welcome to attend the convention. Mrs. Harriet Smith, of Randalia, Fayette o:unty president of the Federated clubs, was a guest. The Oelwein Woman's club presented a puppet show, which was very entertaining and comical. The American Home Dept. furnished the refreshments. Deborah circle to serve meal The Deborah Circle of the W.S.C.S. will serve a neon 50 cent luncheon at the church on Wednesday, Sept. 20, from 11 a. m. to 1:30 p. m. Other circles meeting on Sept. 20, at 2 p. m., are: .Rachel circle with Mrs. F. B. Claxton as hostess, and Esther circle with Mrs, Justus Herwig as hostess. PUTT-NIK PARK '/ 2 Mile North of Oelwein On Highway ISO Featuring COMPLETE MEALS and SHORT ORDERS IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WITH LEADER WANT ADS HARRY L. ANDERSON OWNS MYSTERY FARM The mystery farm picture published in last week's issue of the Leader was ino:rrectly identified as that of Edgar Graf of West UtiMin. The picture if Mr. Graf's farm appeared in the Aug. 21 is- •ur. The mystery farm that appeared in the August 31 Issue of the Leader has ben iedentified by the owner, Harry L. Andi rs«n, of Hawk. ve. The 374 acre farm is located three and one-half miles northwest of Randalia. The farm has been in the family for three generations. In 1018 il was purchased from T. L. For•• Harry has lived on the farm for the past 4,'i years. Sik)s, new corn crib, met:;! bins and machine shed have been built in the p 1 t few vi ars. (' 1" Appelman and Harry An "ii were married on Sept. •:t\ I'ru. They are the parents of ei 'iit ehildrin: Hairy <T Marion. Fav of Sioux City, Arthur if Randalia, Roy, deceased, Margaret of Maynard, Mavis, Earl and David, all at home. The Andersons are members of the Farm Bureau and the Randalia Methodist church. Lambert - Snyder vows Exchanged, Saturday Kathleen Lamli 'Tt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kobi it Lambert of Fayette, and Arthur Snyder, son of Mr. and Mr.-. Francis Snyder of Wellsville, N. Y.. were married in a double ring ceremony at the Wellsville Methodist church, Saturday, Sept, 2, at 0:30 p, m. The bride, wearing a white gown accented with powder blue accessories and a corsage of feathered white carnations, was given in marriage by her father. "The bride's attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Snyder and Mr. and Mrs, Roger Reeseman. A reception for relatives and close friends was held at the home of the bridegroom's parents following the ceremony. Mrs. Snyder, a 1980 graduate of the Fayette high school, il now employed by tho Department of Agriculture, Washington, D. C, Mr. Snyder graduated from Wellsville high school, and Creek Bottom Comments — By Reuben It is still a very good life in the gcicl old U.S.A. despite the socialistic demagogues who, want to perpetuate bureaucracy'by pouring some Federal Aid down every rat hole. We have only utmost contempt for those who incessantly clamor for federal aid to educate n, medicine, old people, young people, rolling stones, spendthrifts and repetitious unwed mothers. There are MANY social and economic problems which tho people should solve for themselves, without sending their dollar to Washington in hopes of getting 98 cents back. The Federal Government should do only those things which the states, cities, counties, communities, can NOT do for themselves. It 'was near the supreme ultimate of socialistic demagoguery that a son of a multi-millionaire family was elected President of these United States by clever and artful oversimplification of Federal Aid for a dozen-and-one social and financial problems which the people should solve for themselves. It is one of the utmost misfortunes of this great nation that a presidential election can be won by ignoring the doughnut, and pointing only at the hole. MYSTERY FARM OWNED BY ALBERT MAHTIN. JR. Tho mystery farm picture that appeared in the August 10 issue of the Leader has been identified by the renter, Albert Martin III, of Fayette. The 100-acre farm is located one and one-half miles south of Fayette on highway lflO, and is owned by Albert Martin, Jr., having purchased it some eight or 10 years ago. Since that time they have added a new hog house, corn crib, and have added onto the chicken house. Albert returned in April from serving four years in the army, stationed at Ft. Austis, Va., and began farming immediately. Mr. Martin and his father raise purebred spotted poland hogs and a few hereford cattle. They 'are members of the First Methodist church in Fayette. to theARIZONA If GAMELBACKIY MOUNTAIN Hi Area l • • J '^n .agar wis®***"^ 1 V In Seottidalt- the "Weir*» mott Wertern Town',' —12 mllet iwjrtheatt of downtown Phoenix. Arizona's newest and'flMtt year around hotel. 180 luxurious rooms and svHos—all wWh prJ. Vat* tun dock, many havt snackbar kitchens. Dinning lloonv G&cktall Lounge* Heated Swlm- mlng Pool. All fporfc and activities available. Excellent Meeting I lUROPRAN PLAN fecilltiei f«r IgreVP* I Wriit for Imhvrt UJ» to 300; JROHRT •ttm, Ow. Mgr. Scottsdale ariseorta r SOLAR \m . Milk Minder) } The Only All-Stainless Steel Bulk Milk Tank! See Us For Used Can Coolers Phone or Write CEDAR FALLS REFRIGERATION Phone CO 6-4327 Highway 57 South Cedar Falls, Iowa CAN YOU FIND THE MILWAUKEE ROAD IN THIS PICTURE? IT'S EVERYWHERE, because thrTugh the taxes it pays, The Milwaukee Road helps you to main* tain and improve schools and to support such public services as police, fire and health protection. In hun« dreds of communities along its 10,500-mile BVBteni, The Milwaukee Road contributes to these vital services in this way. In addition, it serves present industrial plants and encourages new industries...helping to create job *~ opportunities, stable employment and prosperity. When you look / at this picture, remember that The Milwaukee Road is very J ^^^^ much a part of it! 2 «i ^^S^K^fSffftUI Goneiaf Office*, Union Station Btdg., Chicago 6, lit. ^^^QjHHf^Kr America's rosourceful railroad THE ^ 'MlLWiUKEEt ^ ROAD 7 Now...for the first time you can., heat and cool your home With natural gas Thrifty, dependable natural gas can keep your home at a constant, comfortable temperature all year 'round. The same silent, reliable flame that heats your home can air condition, too. And you'll be amazed that year 'round comfort costs so little. Modern, automatic'natural gas takes over the combination job of heating and cooling. Set the dial in the fall— natural gas keeps every corner of your home warm and cozy. Set the dial in the spring — natural gas sends the cool, fresh air of a mountain morning all through the house. There's a bonus of health and cleanliness with dust-free, pollen-free air, too. I Abundant, economical natural gas is now ready to give you year 'round home comfort. Plan to convert — and put natural gas to work in your home. Start living in tha modern manner —automatically—'WitS natural ga&j — tO BE SURE OF NATURAL GAS SERVICE AS SOONA? INSTALLATIONS ARE COMPLETED IN FAYETTE) Office Between Fayette Loader & Theabe — Clifford Hnyee, Mgr. — 2^>^®^ 4t * «14im

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