Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 7
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October 26, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 7

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Des WITH OUR SERVICEMEN Tops in. markmanship Kenneth E. Mittelstat'.t, 18, soi; of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin L, Mi.Uel- r.taidt, Eldorado, has topped his r'cruit platoon in rifle marks- m.inship. Kennrlh scored 226 of a posii^le 250 which is classed as Expert Hifkman. Kennrlh enlisted in the Marine; on May 1. 1961, un.ler the Marino Porp." 120 Hay delay program t;nd was assigned to active duty on July 27. He is presently undergoing recruit training at San Diet'o, Calif., along with Richard P. Johanscn, Kenneth E. Northrop and Wayne B. Larson, all of West Union. All of these men enlisted under the 120 day delay program and the "Buddy Plan". Chicago male Quartet to appear At U.I.U. the same time the newspaper gives maximum publicity to the The Serenaders will appear in notice. All of this is in the in- the Colgrove - Walker auditorium terest of both public and individ- on the Upper Iowa university ual. campus, Monday, Nov. 13. ^ Q ^ -^ BLINKER The Purpose m forming the (N fl . ri , Serenaders Male Quartet six years ago, was to secure four of An °ut-of-state Chicago's finest male voices and a«ymg along a Completes course Army 2d Lt. James A. Loomis, voluntary, paid, habitual readers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Everett W. For many years, then, the Loomis, Route 1, Arlington, corn- newspaper and the public notice pit-led the engineer officer orien- htive joined hands to serve the talion course at the Engineer public. The public notice contrib- School, Fort Belvoir, Va., Sept. utts to the protection of those '!:. whose rights may be involved. At Lieutenant I.oomis was trained in the duties of a company grade engineer officer. He received instruction in logistics, administration, construction of roads, buildings and airfields, erection of bridging, operation and maintenance of construction equipment, tactics, combat techniques and motorist was construction support for the ar- New England mv . M". fir-' Mrs Jamo* Brijr<js and the 44th wedding anniversary of J.mmy BITS. Denver; and the Sid Mr . and „„. Walker firiggS( ': ;>:• f ; .n:!y , f West Union, along which was Friday, Oct. 13. v.-:t-i Mr. an ! Mir. W.i'ker Briggs. . "..-.• ».v;...ion v.;i.s to celebrate THY AN AD IN THE LEADER ; Lf^f ** •*w:-" frvSfiZ $-•'* jE&rA** rfMhv-•;•• : • - ^;,s .'-•i*. fc j j submarine «uun.ru iiuuear auunmrine menu tnem mto tne Midwest's highway that was unfamiliar to T))0 L, el , tt , nam 23 _ is a ]950 most glorious quartet. That they hlm - A1 ' ol * sudden he became j, raduatL , of Arlington high school have accomplished this is evi- aware ° f , a d ° ubl , e amber blinker ;md a lgcl graduatc of Iowa statc denced by their many radio and on * ns l e , ft ' ah ^ ad and abovc ™ university, Ames. road. He had never seen this gnal and wondered what it meant. His puzzlement was soon resolved. In a short distance he tack submarine USS Shark, now saw a side road approaching from operating with the Sixth Fleet the right. The blinker was like ' n the Mediterranean, , is Byron a permanent caution, warning the A - Murray, engineman second approaching driver to be extra c ^ ss - USN, son of Mrs. careful. Murray of Wadena. limits, the blinker was television network appearances and transcontinental concert n " tours. As a quartet they have appeared on the Harvest of Stars, Treasury of Music, and the television show "Garroway-At-Large", the Norman Ross show, and Hawkins Falls dramatic show. Individually as soloists, tlv?y have appeared on practically every major network program which emanates from Chicago, SHOVEL GOES INTERNATIONAL — This decorate] shovel, sent by Upper Iowa university to help in Florida Presbyterian college's mass groundbreaking exercises recently, is now bound for service in the U. S. Peace Corps, a good will gesture from Americam higher education. Emily Scholzc. a student at the new four-year coeducational college in Si. Petersburg, displays the shovel, one of 186 used in the ceremony marking the start of a $12,500,000 baysidc campus. Celebrate anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Paul Briggs had as invited dinner guests Sunday, Oct. 15, Mr. and Mrs. David Brings and family, of Fayette; Marine Sets new office hours The Marine Corps r« station, located in the post office building, Waterloo, will schedule new office hours starting Oct. 30. According to Staff Sergeant Tom Mizelle, non-commissioned Madge officer in charge, the station will remain open 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. on It is the first time that a nu- Mondays, 8 a. rn. to 4:30 p. m. ; the 1 blinker was il la IMI - !" = <• nine mui a nu- _ , ,, , ~ . , , ,, notice The pm-- clear sub has been assigned to Tuesdays through Fruinys, and 8 the notice mav varv but the Sixth Fleet on a normal basis, a - ™-. io \ 2 "° on f>"t"''°Xvs. ThL ' ~.. r . „,.„..„. „„.,. ~».« B «, bas i ca n y ft is intended to ca n although the Snark's predcces- additional Monday evemiiR hours including Mutual'a Chicago Thea- J^S* 0 f ome t h ing It is de- sors, Nautilus and Skipjack, join- are /°r thc convenience of stu- l l r °t th °™ Al - ; ? ymnS u° f u a " signed moreov™to give due cd the fleet for short periods dents or working persons who churches; Music frorn the heart «S™ d ; ™ ^• ° ££ ^ dul , n g their shakedown cruises. W bo interested in ob a ,n,nK m- America. They have also sung for practically all of Chicago's finest local broadcasts including the Northerners and Treasury of Music. Little Chats r»n OH WHAT IS A NEWSPAPER? (No. 4 in a Series) what notice. Genci.llythis.Tjeanssuf- ^-^-^^^'V;^^. formation concern,,,« mililary <-b- takc whatever isteps Ion, France; La Spezia, Italy, and E'^CoTrT t>nllstim ' nl '" UlL ' their Valetta, Malta. Marine Corps, rights and interests, whether col- T he local Marine recruiting sta- lectivc or individual. Serves on aircraft carrier ll ' on > aroa of , opl ''"' l ' l ! n 1mIllIllldl ; s _, , ., , ,. , the Iowa counties of Black Hawk, By long practice the bona fide Participating in Exercise Brcmer, Buchanan. Butler, Chick- newspaper of paid general cir- " Wa rm-Up", a joint naval-rnarine asaw, Fayette, Gruncly, Howard culation has been shown to be amp hibious operation in the Ok- and Winneshiek. the best general medium for such inawa areai while serving wilh notices. That is why the laws of Air Anti-Submarine Squadron 25 Savins bonds sales all 50 states make provision for aboard lhe anti . S ubmarine war- ** Vm 8* bon<L - f^ les the publication in such news- fare supporL aircra f t carrier USS Exceed $111 million papers of hundreds of kinds of Yorktown is Bernard M. Rohde, f_ f- t _• _ mnn tU. public notices. This has come to aviation electrician's mate air- ln first " me months be a basic part of the American man> USN _ son of M ,, and Mrs lowans invested Sfi,C82,884 in legal system and, indeed, of the B ernard j. R o hde of Route 1, Fay- Series E and II savings bonds democratic process itself. ette i owa during September, boosting the looks like a newspaper may not Center 4-H club meets qualify as such for legal purpos- Thc Center Llvoglock 4 . H club components participating in the es. In many places there are homc of L j Dalc exerdse with units of th Thjrd what are known as shoppers gnd Duane clofisch The record Marine division. - "throwaways. 1 Tney contain Unnlf<: wcrc hand{>d out and thc committee planned the and assignments for the the or National average for period was 74.6 per cent. Forrest B. Claxton, of Fayette, volunteer county co-chairman, reported that September sales in Fayette county were $129,353, a nine-month son of'TvirVand total of $1,194,330 for 71 per cent In exercise Philip G. Halstead. engineman giving; the county "warm up" Such publications are useful The club ear ned how to open second,. and many of them have been in feed sacks and made p i ans to at- Mrs. Walter Halstead of Oran, is °f 'ts 1961 quota. existence for years. Some of them t end the county 4-H awards ban- participating in exercise "Warm- "Wo still have more than two make 'a fine appearance. But it is que t a t Maynard. Up", a joint naval-rnarine am- months to go," Mr. Claxton said. significant that they cannot qualify for second class entry under the postal laws. This is because they do not come within the definition of a bona fide newspaper under the regulations. Then again there are special interest newspapers which, within their limits, also serve useful purposes. These may be fraternal or religious in nature or may have to do with a specific trade, business, industry or profession. But in the very great majority of cases the thousands of state laws governing public notices, or legal advertising, specify the use of bona fide newspapers of paid general circulation in the community for such purposes. This is because such newspapers usually ,give maximum coverage, circulate throughout the community, their main purpose is to publish editorial and news matter, and their paid chxulatlons are undeniable proof of their merit, their Influence and their being wanted in the community. NOTICE TO^HJPOSITOHB (No. 5 in a 'Series) A Boston savings bank published a notice in a local daily newspaper that "application has been made to and accepted by the Federal Deposit Corporation for insurance of «ach deposit account In this bank up to $10,000." This action, the notice continued, was taken "in accordance with authority given to this Bank" under specified provisions of the general laws. The notice, signed by the bank president, appeared twice in the newspaper, a week apart. It* told the depositors also that "Further Questions with relation to this subject may be directed to the bank." Doubtless other ways might have been, and perhajps. were, Vised to notify depositors of this lotion by the bank. But the use 'Of a newspaper of general circulation was provided for specifically by law. This is common with many kinds of public notices. ' Short of personal notice, which is also specified in some situations, the newspaper is the best means of giving public notice. It M tangible, it is semi-permanent, it is established, and invariably it has a substantial following of Lunch was served SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS phibious operation in the Okinawa area, while serving aboard the attack transport USS Cavalier. We can make this quota if every citiy.en gives his full support and buys all the extra bonds he can the rest of this year." All The Pancakes You Can Eat For 50c AT THE Legion Pancake Supper Saturday, Oct. 28 Legion Hall Fayette 2 PATTIES OF SAUSAGE FREE WITH EACH ORDER SERVING BEGINS AT 5 P. M. UNTIL ALL ARE SERVED WHAT'S YOUR ANSWER If you do not live until ymi have accumulated an estate of sufficient size, who will take care of your family? If you do not live to finish paying the mortgage on your home, how will it be paid? If you do not live to send your children to college, who will give them a college education 1 .' If you live to retire but do not accumulate an estate of sufficient size, who will give you enough money every month to take care of you the balance of your life? How can you solve these problems without using life insur- NATHAN R. HUMPHREY Box 371 — Fayetie MASSACHUSETTS MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. niting Business Auction Gera'ds Grocery Westgate, Iowa Thursday Nov 2 —- Starting at 9 A. M. Sharp — $10,000 CLEAN, FRESH GROCERY STOCK Complete Line Of Equipment N&ticml e'ectric se'f-receipt cash register — $999 ring-up -— like new. Several Coolers and Freezers Also Pcrcigal combination walk-in, reach-in late model freeier, 6 ft. x 8 ft. New unit. Scales, Grinder, Saws, and Shelving SELLING OUT TO THE BARE WALLS FIXTURES WILL BE SOLD AT 2 P. M. ALSO AT AUCTION One Of The Better Homes Of Westgate Clean and well taken care of, this seven room home on a let 100 ft x 144 ft. contains 3 bedrooms, full bath, large kitchen, living room with dining room area. Attached garage, full basement, refinished with half bath, floor furnace, large hot water heater, and wired for 220. This well built house has some of the most modern characteristics, including hardwood floors. TERMS: 25% down — Balance day of delivery of clear abstract and title. Possession en house to be given within 90 days of sale — or sooner if possible. STORE BUILDING INCLUDES Oil furnace, full basement, Va bath, and small second floor storage. This well-built building 1 has brick sides. The roof is in good shape. TERMS: 25% down — Balance day of delivery of clear abstract and title. Home and Building will be sold at 2:30 P. M. Arranged and Conducted by Merv. E. Hilpipre Auction Co. 211 E 11, Cedar Falls, Iowa White Elephant SALE Saturday, Oct. 28 7:30 P. AT Earla's Standard Station IN FAYETTE Pickups Will Be Made Between 4 P. M. & 7 P. M. On Friday, October 27 Proceeds Will Be Used For Lions Sight-Saving Work And Worthwhile Community Projects Articles Should Be Placed On Curb In Front Of Home Sponsored By The Fayette Lions Club

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