Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 26, 1961 · Page 8
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1961
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fj^Wepus; For Sale FOR SALE—Hsavy spring chick- 5 lb.-, and over. Alive SI nnd ilM.sed SI.2S. Scholbrock and Matnii'i fii'ld, 3 mi. no., Vis rni. \v(.-sl of Fayette. 43-1-x FOH RENT — Modern five room apartment. Clean, newly decorated. Gas heat, 2 adults. Bertha Burget, Phone Blue 124. 42-2 FOR RENT — Nov. 15. Furnished apartment for man and wife, 2 girls, or one lady. Inquire at Walker Flower Shop. 43-1 FOR SALE siz«- Hi. In — Boys' winter coat, Farney, Phone 2525. 43-1 Business Services $400 MONTHLY SPARE TIME Refilling nnd collecting money from New Type high quality coin operated dispensers in this area. No selling. To qualify you must have car, references, $600 to $1900 cash. Seven to 12 hours weekly can net up to $400 monthly. More full time. For personal interview write P. O. Box 2753, Boise, Idaho. Include phone. 43-1-x FOR SALE — Fresh Clermont BICYCLES of all sizes for sale, sorghum. Church of Jesus Christ an d a ] so complete repairs. Phone • of 'Latter Day Saints. Phone 2525. Farney's Bicycle Service. RnnouncEnriEDTS Blue 142. 43-1 42-4 W FOR SALE — Baby buggy. Jean Clark. Phone 208. 43-1-x FOR SALE — 1959 45' x 8' New Moon mobile home. Front kitchen, two bedrooms. Tom Toman. Ph. 207, Fayette. 42-1-x FOR SALE — Large self feeder for hogs. Also wire tunnels for corn. Ira Farney, Fayette. 42-1 Miscellaneous Wanted LADY WANTS WORK — Part or full time. Sales and office experience. Phone 204. 43-1-x WANTED Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde, Williams. 22 -tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — Garage. Mrs. C. O. Glick. Phone 244. 43-1 TRY LEADER WANT ADS FOR SALE NEW 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attached garage* large lot. Small down payment. MODERN 3 bedroom. 2 story home. Curb and gutter. Automatic heat. Terms available. FOUR BEDROOM, home. . Several lots. modern TWO BEDROOM modern home, full basement, gas'furn- ace, 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 REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 2 BEDROOM, modern, oil furnace, new garage, 3 extra lots, fenced. Fine for family with small children. Good buy at $3,500. Small dn. py't. Bal. contract. 4 BEDROOM — modern, stoker heat. Good family type home. FINE 3-BEDROOM HOME, Bungalow type, all modern, oil furnace, hot water heater, family room, double garage with extra storage. 2 nice extra lots. .This home NEEDS NO REPAIR. Ready to move into. Easy to heat. Low faxes. DUPLEX — 2 nice apartments, 1 up, 1 down, each with 2 bedrooms, new oil furnace. Good location. It 3 BEDROOM All modern new oil furnace. Built in kitchen. Hardwood floors. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story. Auto, gas heal. All modern. Nice location. SMALL BUNGALOW — type, oil furnace, full cemented basement, extra level. Priced for quick sale. FARMS Farms from 40 acres To 255'Acres Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. CARD OF THANKS We wish to extend our thanks to Sid Moore for the use of his furniture in the "Running Wild" show. Also for his help in transporting the furniture to and from the high school. Chamber of Commerce 43-1-fr Women's Bowling W L Chase IGA 15 5 Harry's Cities Service 14 6 Singer Plumbing 9 11 Speed Wash 8 12 Mavnard Co-op 8 12 Wilke and Wilke 6 14 H I G — Joan Heidrich 160 HIS — Joan Heidrich .458 H T G — Harry's 775 HTS — Chase 2247 Men's Bowling W L Randalia Cheese 17 7 Fayette Theater 15 9 Standard Oil 14 10 Firemen 14 10 Ott* Drive In 11 13 Bill's Super Valu 11 13 Vandersee Plumbing 9 15 American Legion . 5 19 H I G — Vic Dahl 202 HIS — Bob Daniels 530 H T G — Theater 984 HTS — Theater 2803 ^ sua •ajmsagaa^ SWINGSIBONDS For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Where Service Is Tops Used Machinery Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader Case tractor spreader 2—Model N PTO J. D. spreaders Hydraulic manure loader F20 IHC tractor IHC No. 52 combine Gehl PTO mill 2-16 Hyd. J .D. 44 plow 4-B J.D. Sheller 2—1956 Model 50 J.D, tractors *' '- ; 45 Hi-Lo i$>. 12 it. self- propelled combine with corn head No. 10 J.D. flail chopper J.D. 42 ft. elevator with Wisconsin engine 40 ft. Kelly Ryan elevator McCormick IP picker J .D. 101 Quick-Tach picker MM-Z tractor 1948 Model A J. D. tractoi cNo. 1 J.D. Hay conditioner [•Warranty good'ONLY on the •I used machinery, & our store < carrying tb« - Value Checked •' •ticker. DeHAVEN & KR0EG NOW HEAR THIS . . . If the automatic nosil shuts off at $3.33 on a tank fill of gas, that purchase will be free this week. Harry's Cities Service Quality Service Instead of Stamps Automatic Gcis Heating Has Never tost Less! ph$ liutallatlon . 36 monthi to pay F.H.A. Itrmt J ( Fully enclosed, streamlined 1 cabinet (new, slim look!) Features components usually found only in higher priced models Extremely quiet performance proven in 5'/j 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 i ' -1< '* Volunteers study Reasons for cancer Sixty volunteer researchers from the American Cancer society's Fayette county chapter are presently conducting the second follow-up of the cancer prevention study, a six-year nationwide project to learn wfiy some people are more likely to Met cancer than others. Local chapter volunteer researchers, mostly housewives, are among 70,001) trained volunteers in 1,121 counties throughout the country who are checking on more than 1,100,000 Americans. The study, begun in October, 1959, will continue for another four years. In the first follow-up, completed last year, volunteers succeeded in tracing all but six-tenths of one per cent of all the men and women enrolled in the study. Approximately 8,200 deaths were reported, 229 of them Iowa residents. This year, in addition to reporting whether the enrollees are alive or dead, the volunteers will be asked to submit to subjects in the study a short supplementary questionnaire relating to sickness, if any, since October 1, 1959, and air pollution in areas where they live and work. This year, and for the next four years, the volunteers continue to report if each participating member is still living. If a volunteer reports a death, the statisticians will seek its cause from the death certificate, medical records,, and supplemental information from the attending physician. The study is the largest medical statistical survey ever conducted in the United States, according to Mrs. Kenneth Smith, Oelwein, county survey coordinator. "There are 488 families participating in our Fayette county chapter survey," Mrs. Smith said. Volunteer researchers from Fayette and Randalia are: Mrs. Florence Jellings, Mrs. Milo Oldfath- FIVE-YLAH 4-H LEADERSHIP P :pis were by Albsrt Bodensiair.er, county extension left above. In the picture at the right, Jim to Terry Knxkorbackcr tnd David Jones. present Dd recently io Clifton Miller and Frederick Rueber chairman. The presentation is shown in the picture at the Stewart is showr. pretending Holsiein Improvement awards —Photo by Scott Lebin er, Dorothy ikrrington, Marie — Teisinger, and Mrs. Frank Ghey- er. ^3 GLASSES OF MILK EVERY DAY PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette. Iowa GAS CONVERSION SPECIAL GENERAL MOTORS DELCO COMPLETELY INSTALLED (average home) . $189.00 Call 1133 Oelwein — Collect FOR FREE COMFORT SURVEY HANLEY HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING 907 South Fredrick Only The Rich Can Afford Poor Heating Impossible! We agree ... but here's an amazing fact... Residential Customers of IPC actually are paying 62% Less* per Kilowatt Hour of Electricity than they did 30 years ago! *Ctnyou think of anything •/••that eoata tut (odtyT WOULDN'T IT BE GREAT if all prices had gone down in the same manner as the cost of electricity, and milk cost only 5* a quart? These modern days, Reddy works practically every minute for you! When you add in lights, vacuum cleaner, refrigerator, freezer, range, toaster, grill, dishwasher, air conditioner, washer and dryer and iron, perhaps heating as well as cooling ... it would be amazing if your electric bill didn't get bigger! BUT . , . while the prico of practically everything else has gone UP .. . you pay LESS for each hard-working Kilowatt Hour. You're Using 5 to 6 Times as Much Electricity Nowadays Today; the electricity you use for.flve houfe of TV a day costs you only about anichle. Your morning coffee perks away just one cent's worth. Your electric clock runs for a penny a week. And Dad's razor can run for over 24 hours ... time for a whole year's worth of shaves.,, for one cent! You see, your busy electric helper, Reddy Kilowatt, takes his pay jn pennies and you live better... electricalh/l I NT Kit STAT K 8.28? 8t 2< AVERAGE COST OF ELECTRICITY "PER KWH FOR INTERSTATE^.RESIDENTIAL CUSTOMERS' 1110 It 40 4t: 80 »J 1110 • WHEEI DOWN GOES THE COST of •(•Ctrlcityl;'' And Reddy Kilowatt, your, busy halp«r, i »y» hit ' " at Interstate will sap to It that you haw folks Plants . wKHi ,v> juui In your household budget . a bright spot COM PANY

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