Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 12, 1961 · Page 8
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 12, 1961
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dlfscjllaneous for Sale FOa KALE OK TAADE — 12 ft. ,:.r; hoiit with dock and .in,,.. Homo made trailer. ,', •;! tra 'lo for pony, livestock or i li.it nave voti. Contact Fay.!:. I /Mdci- office. 23tf FOH SALE — (iond condition. Trash burner. Call Hluo 100. 41-1-x i'O'A SALE — Granas. 7c per (y .lull. i-l.U/IC tVllHt 1 Oil. 41-1 lO.l SALE — 1 large Duo-Therm n.! i.i ;it(i witli fan; 250 gal. oil !i 1 1 .-I; I < 'i.li man oil heater • I ;I Lin, his of copper tubing; :'. lu 'ii-. tup kcrii.rni' space heat- II.:! 1 1 1 1 i -i:f• I* electric not plate. I'll.me Him 17H. 41-1 THY AN AD IN THE LEADER FOR SALE — Stoker. In very good condition, especially the auger and tork. Priced right. See E. H. Carley. 39-3 -x FOR SALE — Three quarter* of a yearling heifer. Alfred Stearns. ;i4r lb. for fronts and 40c lb. for hinds. Phone 1805. 41-l-fr REAL ESTATE EXCELLFtfT BUYS 2 BEDROOM, modern, oil furnace, new garage, 3 extra lots, fenced. Fine for family with small children. Good buy at S3.500. Small dn. py't. Bal. contract. 4 BEDROOM — modern, stoker heat. Good_ family type heme. FINE 3-BEDROOM HOME, Bungalow type, all modern, oil furnace, hot water healer, family room, double gar- <><j" with extra storage. 2 nice extra lots. This home NEEDS NO REPAIR. Ready to move into. Easy to heal. Low taxes. DJPLEX — 2 nice apart- ii-r .ts. 1 up, 1 dewn, each w'.lh ?. bedrooms, new oil furnace. Good location. It 3 BEDROOM All modern new oil furnace. Built in kitchen. Hardwood floors. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story. gas heat. All modern. Nice location. SMALL BUNGALOW — type, oil furnace, full cemented basement, extra love!. Priced for quick sale. FARMS Farms from 40 acres To 255 Acres Contaci VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. /•'OR SALE — Potatoes, cabbage, o:ii( II:', and squash. Lcn Cordes, Arlington, Iowa. 41-2-x RUMMAGE and bake sale — L'at, O.t. 14, 9 a. in., Zabriskio Harare. Fayette Relief Society. 41-1-x Used Machinery Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader Case iracior spreader 2—Model N PTO J. D. spreaders Hydraulic manure loader 1953 Model 60 J.D. tractor 1956 J. D. 60 tractor F20 IHC tractor Several good used lawn mowers IHC No. 52 combine Gehl PTO mill 2-16 Hyd. J .D. 44 plow 3-16 Hyd. J .D. No. 55 plow 4-B J .D. Sheller Used farm wagon No. 9 J .D. mower MM-Z tractor 1948 Model A J. D. tractoi Heider auger box Nojf 1 J .D. Hay conditioner 'Warranty good ONLY on the lifted machinery in our store cjjwrying the Value Checked slicker. ! DeHAVEN & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland J 1 — Sales & Service,— Prjpne 115 Sumner. Iowa FOR RENT FOR RENT — Apartment on Main street. Modern. Gas heat. Very reasonable. Mrs. Martha Noble. 41-1 Miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Secretary for Fayette County Mutual Telephone Co. Apply to Frank Woods, president. 41-1 WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22 -tf WANTED — Young woman, single or married, for part-time work. Must have pleasing personality and be able to talk with people. Also must have ear. Write Box G care of the Fayette Leader. 32-tf AnnOIMOTEDTS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives and friends, also Rev. Norman Betke and Rev. Otto Schultz for the cards letters and visits while I was in the Marshalltown hospital. They were all very much appreciated. John R. Solomon 41-1-x Try An Ad In The Leader FOR SALE NEW 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attached garage, large lot. Small down par' ment. MODERN 3 bedroom, 2 story home. Curb and gutter. Automatic heat. Terms available. FOUR BEDROOM, modern home. Several lots. TWO BEDROOM modern home, full basement, gas furnace, reasonable. FOR RENT 2 BEDROOM home, modern, double garage, near college. Available now. ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom, one story modern home. 2 BEDROOM home, modern, hardwood floors, beautiful lot. FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRYS CITIES SERVICE Where Service la ' Tops OW HEAR THIS . . . If the automatic nosil shuts off At $3.33 on j| r tg^nk fill of gas, that purchase will be free this week. irry's Cities Service & Si ? ervice Instead of Stamp* CALS rctl SALE — 600 Maxi Queen pullets, . r < mo. old, $1.45 cac'n; 4f>0 Maxi Queen pullets, now layinji. Sl.fi5 eaeh. Call Sumner 3G-F-3, mornings or evenings. 41-1 -x Miss Miib!e WhKiey .*.nd Mrs. D.jk Whitley were KIIC.IS of Alii e Hastings last Friday. — o — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eiilon, Mnrien and Janeth, Carl Carlson of Berwick, 111., and John Vilardo, of Galesburg, 111., visited from Friday through Sunday in the Harold Clendenen home. —• — Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Eunone Sliter wore Mr. and Mrs Clyde Sliter of Lamont, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Eaton, Marion and Janeth, Carl Carlson, and John Vibrdo, of Galesburg, 111., and Harold Clendenen. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Walker Griggs were visitors Sunday in the Robert Hanner home at Owasa. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Will Stmthoff and family, of Hnwki ye, . were dinner guests Saturday in the John Solomon nomo. —• — Mrs. Mildred Minor, Shirley and Gerald, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker spent Thursday evening in the Alex Guonther home south west of Randalia, in celebration of Mr. Guentl.er's birthday. — • — Mrs. Nida Preston returned tn her home in Washington state last week, after visiting friends and relatives in this vicinity. — o — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Miner and family, of Indopendenee, were overnight guests Saturday of his mother, Mrs. Mildred Miner, after attending the reception for Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Voelker at the Walter Voelker home at Westgate. — • — Gladys DcMutn, of Gilbertsville, was a week-end guest at the home of Mrs. Mildred Miner and family. She, and the Miner family, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mr. Miner at Sumner. Dunne A f-imily gather.nt; was held Sunday evening for supper at the Don Vanderseo home, which was in celebration of October birthdays of members of the group, and also as a farewell courtesy for Hai Nulling who reports on Oct. 15, in Arizona, for military service. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. George Reed and family, Mr. and Mrs DuWayne Kastlei, all of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Nolting of Waterloo; Sandra Baker, of Westgate; Mrs. Elizabeth Pieplow of Aurora. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Leu/is Loekwood wore Sunday dinner guests at the Pelor Mannion home in Oelwein. —• — M-. and Mrs. John Slamkowski and family of Hiland, Ind., were here to attend the wedding on Saturday morning of her sister, Rita MeSweeny and Thomas Kinsella, and were week-end guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James MeSweeny. Mrs. John Kinsella, also a guest of the McSweeny's and mother of the groom, entertained the wedding party at a two course dinner Friday evening at Pine Lodge in Oelwein. — •— Some of the Volga Uiver Riders taking part in the Whistlin' Bits annual invitational trail ride at National were: Ralph and Donald Gray, Nels Lockard, Mr. and Mrs. Dutch Murphy, Roy and Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Roberts and Donna, and also Gehlen and Kenneth Quandt. About 600 horses and riders took part in the ride. —• — The families of Gary Doughty, of Cedar Falls, Walter Sellers and Raymond Koehler of Oelwein, were supper guests Sunday in the parental Peter Fauser home. Saturday. —•— Mrs. Mary Clyde of Syracuse, N. Y„ plans to come this week to spend a few days with her aunt, Madge Benton. — •— Wednesday, Oct. 4 dinner guests of Mrs. Walker Briggs at her nomo were Mrs. P.elle Thorpe Oeker. of Santa Clara, Calif., Mrs. M-ibel King of Elgin, and Mrs. Agnes Dickinson of Fayette. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Haldeman of Belvidere, N. J., were supper guests Tuesday of the 'Robert Johnson family in Marengo. Afterwards the Heths took Mr. and Mrs. Haldeman to Marion to take the train in return to their home, after a two weeks visit with rela- lives here. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Brent, of Marengo, were Saturday and Sunday guests of her parents, the Arnold Heths. —•— Bill Murphy, Candy, Mitch and Jill, of Oelwein, were dinner guests Saturday in the Dale Maxson and Maurice Stoneman homes and attended the Upper Iowa, homecoming parade and football game. — •— Bill Hess of Lansing, III., was a caller in the Oakley Davis home, Four entrants share Football prize money Four entrants will share in the third weekly football contest, sponsored by the Fayette Leader and a group of local merchants. Kip Knight took top honors, missing only throe of the 20 games listed, and wins $5 cash first prize. Second prize of $2 will be diveded among three entrants who missed only 4 games. They are James Reiter, Gussie Crafton, and Doug Fay all of Fayette. Most of the entrants missed five to nine games, with some of them ranging up to 12. This week's football contest entry blank appears on another page of this issue of the Leader, or entry blanks may be obtained at the business place of any of the sponsoring merchants. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mauler had as Sunday guest?, their children, Mr. and Mrs. Vaylord Maurer of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eskridgc and family, of Muscatine, and the Eugene Sevcrson family of Waverly. — m—. Mrs. Mnbie Oslr: n-'er. who in (ornnany with Mrs. Noia Heckt of Hawkeye spent a few days with Mrs. Clara Sorg at. Marion, returned home Sunday evening. — it — iGeorgo Laub and Mrs. Dora Carver Swenson of Cresco were dinner guests Oct. G at the home Margaret Paine. Mrs. Swenson remained for Homecoming and returned to Cresco with Mr. and Mrs. Kennard. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Poponhag- en attended the funeral of J. E. Stephenson in Manchester, Mon­ day, Oct. 9. —•— Miss Amelia Steekelburg of Salem, Oregon, was a mid-week guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oakley Davis. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer i Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa FAYETTE THEATRE Thursday-Friday-Saturday October 12-13-14 "BIMBO THE GREAT" —Plus "OLE REX" (Featurette) Sunday-Monday-Tuesday October 15-16-17 Gone With The Wind" Clark Gable and Vivian Leigh Matinee Sunday at 1:30 Evening Show at 7:00 Adm Matinee • Evening Children 25c 25c Students 40c 50c Adults 60c 75c BE PREPARED FOR THOSE LONG WINTER EVENINGS See Our Line Of — KROEHLER FURNITURE — — FRIGIDA1RE APPLIANCES — — ZENITH TELEVISION — — ZENITH RADIOS — — TRANSISTOR RADIOS — McLeese - Leytze FURNITURE and APPLIANCE Phone 160 Fayette, Iowa WATCH THE FAYETTE LEADER For The Grand Opening Of The A&A Farm Supply Fayette, Iowa w m t m Automatic Gas Heating •i^dfs Never Cost Less! Men, women's and children's rubber foot wear has arrived. Come in early while we still have a large selection of sizes. MAURER'S SHOES & CLOTHING 36 months lo pay F.H.A. ferms Fully enclosed, streamlined cabinet (new, slim look!) Features components usually found only in higher priced models Extremely quiet performance proven in 5 /2 years of development and home use 7 sizes from 80,000 to 200,000 BTU input NOW, deluxe gas heating at down-to-earth prices. Costly excess bulk has been excluded from.this functional furnace design. "Floating" heat exchanger eliminates expansion and contraction noises. Burner holds efficient short blue flame indefinitely. Glass fibre insulation with aluminum foil facing stops heat loss. Matched cooling equipment may be added now or later. Get the facts... call us today. Donald Vandersee PLUMBING and HEATING Fayette, Iowa SOFTER.:. FLUFFIER THAT'S FUMELESS ELECTRIC CLOTHES BUYING • OH, HAPPY DAY! when you have a Flameless Eleotrlo Clothes Dryer to dry' clothes beautifully-gently-SAFELY-no ' more weather-watching-no more clothes 'exposed to the elements! And you're, I freed from the "drudge-club" forever! i %|Hr?* See Your ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Dealer Today!: •»iiwrTm »iinrffiri 'i[iiriwii *iWiiiwii >wiMiiiiii |iijJiUi

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