Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 9, 1961 · Page 6
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November 9, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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21 to 4ft, own a t'.ir in good condition, have high school education. Don't miss this opportunity! Wri'r; slating quahfitatiunj FOR SAL r : — 141 acre farm. E. T. Wcgncr e. .::! •. Located north( ail of Maynaid. Terms can be arranged. Shown on appointment. Phone Oelwoin 2H3-.'lfi6!). I).. J. Kaftis & Son. 45-tf M-. G. E. Mack X'. O Wits 12il(> Oes MmiH'S, Iowa 44-2 USED PIANO SALE — Small apartment size upt. S375. used spinets from $39!). New full B8 note spinets from S4!). r >. Manv as much as S250 off. USED HAMMOND ORGANS. 2 manual spinets from $705 — Hammond Chord Organs from S5!)5. Po'rt- n!)K' 40 bass chord organs from $!09., reduced from- $149. HENIER'S Your Hammond Organ Dealer 531 Main, Dubuauc, Iowa 45-2 WANTED — Garage lo rent. George Richter, Men's Dorm. 45-1 -x FOR RENT FOB HENT — Apartment, furnished. 3 rooms & bath. Phillip Schmitz. Phone Black 222. 44-tf Business Services miscellaneous Wanted BICYCLES of all siies for sale, and also complete repairs. Phone 2525. Farney's Bicycle Service. 42-^ WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 04. Clyde Williams. 22-tf YOU CAN DO IT, AND EARN S450 A MONTH TO START PLUS LIBERAL BONUS: Hundreds of young men nave found this job easy, interesting and rewarding. You start right off at $450 per month, paid weekly, as we train yen. Liberal bonus. Excellent opportunities for fast advancement to high-paying management positions. Fast- growing, highly-successful company Willi assets over $20,000,000.00. No need to transfer or relocate. Travel limited to 5 days a week in area close to home. You may qualify if you are age flnnouncEmems CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to my many Fayette county friends who remembered me with beautiful flowers, gifts, cards and letters wiiilc I was hospitalized at Sartori hospital in Cedar Falls. Ethel E. Clark 45-1 FOR SALE BUISINESS building. 42 x 110 feet. On contract or will discount for cash. 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, modern home. ..Several lots. TWO BEDROOM modem home, full basement, gas furnace, reasonable. FOR RENT ATTRACTIVE 2 bedroom, one story modern home. 2 BEDROOM home, modern, hardwood floors, beautiful lot, FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 Worthy Winners accept Three new members Because of a cancellation, the October meeting of the Westfield Worthy Winners 4-H club was not held' until Saturday, Oct. 28, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette. Two prospective members and three new members were present. The three new members are Janice Stoncman, Mary Jane Wede- it • _n UDDER SALVE Something different—penetrates and softens like a high priced toilet cream. Very effective, spreads easily in cold weather, takes much less. 1 pound $1.50 DANIELS DRUG 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 1HC tractor IHC No. 52 combine Gehl FJTO mill 2-16 Hyd. J.D. 44 plow 4-B J.D. Shelter 2—1956 Model 50 J.D. tractors 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. 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.p. 101 Quick-Tach picker MM-Z tractor 1948 Model A J. D. tractoi No. 1 J.D. Hay conditioner -'Warranty good ONLY on the used macbta*£y.j,lA^ur store carrying the \ Valine Checked •ticker. m KR0 John BeeW? low* 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 modem, 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 taxes. DUPLEX — 2 nice apartments, 1 up, 1 down, each with 2 bedrooms, new oil furnace. Good location. It HOUSE TRAILER — 42 x d. Colonial deluxe. 2 bedroom, bath. Good condition. 3 BEDROOM All modern new oil furnace. Built in kitchen. Hardwood floors. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story. Auto, gas heat. All modern. Nice location. SMALL BUNGALOW — type, oil furnace, full cemented basement, extra lereL Priced for quick sale. FARMS Contact VICTOR t DAHL Phone 19S Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. mier and Jo Ellen Lnnj;eniian. All of the '.*irls present were given the materia!; necessnry for the coming year. Judy LnnRprmnn (jn'-e a talk on the personality sheets which everyone is supposed to have for the next meeting. Lunch was served hv Linda and Mrs. Niles, the hostesses. The next meeting will be held on the regular meeting day, Saturday, Nov. II. The hostess will be Janice Stannard. Women's Bowling Tilla Malven honored MAYNARD — Mrs. Tilla Malven, 83, was honored in a spceial way by members of the Helping Hand society when it met Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1, at the: United Presbyterian church. On behalf of the members, Mrs. Floyd Henniges, president, presented her with a certificate of honorary membership in the Board of National Missions and a pin bearing the seal of the board This makes her one of a host of women throughout the country so honored. The courtesy was made possible by the society contributing $50 to the board in appreciation of her devotion to the overall program of the church since her youth and for having had an active part in all its departments as long as health permitted. Other members of the society so honored in the past are: Mrs. Charlotte Ranney, Mrs. Faye Cummings and Mrs. Henry Garnier. W L I 'haso IGA 22 6 Harry's Cities Service 16 12 Maynard Co-op 15 13 13 VVilkiu and Wilke 15 13 15 Singer Plumbing 9 19 Speedwash 9 19 II I G — Lois Ingels 160 HIS — Ruth Shadle 434 II T G — Chase 811 II T S — Chase 2220 Men 's Bowiing W L Theater 22 10 Standard Oil 20 12 Randalia Cheese 19 13 Firemen 19 13 Otl's Drive - In 15 17 Vandersee 15 17 Bill's Super Valu 11 21 Legion 7 25 II I G — Don St rooter 217 HIS — Shorty Thomas 564 II T G — Vandersee 1034 II T S — Theater 2917 Meeting dates set For Federated clubs The general meeting of the Federated club will be held at the First Methodist parish house on Monday evening, Nov. 13, with the Kinderlein department as hostess group. The theme for the program will be "Deck the halls". Betty Boulton will give the program on, decoration for the holidays. Mrs. W. V. Clark will be hostess, assisted by Mrs. Claude Smith, Sr., to the American Home Department on Tuesday evening, Nov. 14. The program, "start preparing for Christmas early", will be presented by Mrs. Park Cowles. Mrs. Forrest Claxton will be hostess to the Book Review Department on Thursday, Nov. 9, at 2.15 p. m. Mrs. Edna D. Lee will review the book, "In the Days of MoKinley", by Margaret Leech. Home Benefit club to meet The Home Benefit club will meet Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 14, at the home of Mrs. Alva Chase. There will be an election of officers. Mrs. Howard Burns will present the prcgram and fun. time will be* in charge of Mrs;' John Fay and Mrs." Pearl Dumefmuth. Roll call will be answere*d with "favorite cranberry recipes". PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette Attend conference Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hennig and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weisert of Fayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schroder of Maynard, technicians for Eastern Iowa Breeders in Fayette county, attended a state conference of technicians in Cedar Rapids Sunday, Oct. 29. The conference was held to give the men an opportunity to inspect the new bulls in service and to study new procedures in the artificial insemination field. Over two hundred people attended the all day sesson. FAYETTE THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Nov. 9-10-11 JIM BROWN FRANCES RAFFERTY In WINGS OF CHANCE Sun - Mon - Tues Nov. 12 -13 -14 JERRY LEWIS HELEN TRAUBEL In LADIES MAN For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Where Service Is Tops 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 GAS CONVERSION SPECIAL GENERAL MOTORS DELC0 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 to .ARIZONA CAMELJBACK MOUNTAIN o In Scottsdale- the 'Weir's most Western Town? 1A tl . it . f> I . ML I.. III wwiiMtum— ma TTBII • moil mnwrn ivnn -J? miles northeast,of downtpw^fhoentx. : Arizona's newest*and finest year around hofef. 180 luxurious rooms and sutler-all w)th private sUn deck,.many nave snackbar kitchen* Dinning Room, Cocktail lovneje. Heated Swim* mlng Pool. All sports and activities available. Excellent Meetlna I 1UROPIAN PLAN facilitiesfor I groups | Write for ir^divre up to 200, , JKOBWr fQBHU «{f". At«r. Scottsdale - " I II 'J! ' )." 0 IN I .11 I I Hill"/ Hi |> » WATKINS PHODUCTS R. H. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King Si. Fayotle, Iowa THERMOGAS FOR THE BEST IN LP ' "CSS"'*' Farm Uses Skilled Workmanship & Engineered Installation THERMOGAS CO. OF SUMNER SUMNER, IOWA PHONE 314 SINGER PLUMBING AND HEATING FAYETTE. IOWA PHONE 247.R-2 TO ALL OUR FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: In appreciation of your patronage — and to make new friends, we hav* made special arrangements with Kamera Kraft Portrait Studios lo be here to photograph YOUR CHILDREN AND ALL OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY. BEAUTIFUL 8 x 10 SILVERTONE VIGNETTE PORTRAIT $4.95 Value ... Only 79c FULL SET OF PROOFS SHOWN NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY — NO AGE LIMIT THIS IS THE PLACE AND DATE ZABRISKLIE'S GARAGE FAYETTE,, IOWA Tuesday, November 14 10 A. M. to 5 P. M. ff THE STORY OF S % TEN LITTLE FREE WORKERS J THESE ARE THE WORKERS REOW DOCTOR RAILROADER MINER STCELWORKER FARMER LAWYER GROCER 6ALE5CIERK REPORTER Ten little hee workers In this country line and lair. But 11 you cherish your freedom—worker hare a care/ Ten little hee workers—Reddy was doing line Until the socialists got him—then there were nine. I 1 Nine little hee workers laughed at Beddy's late Along came federal medicine—then there were eight. I right little hee workers Ihoughl (his country heaven Lui the government look over the railroads, then there were seven. Seven little hee workers—'till the miners got in a fix. Undo said coal's essential and took over leaving six. Six little hee workers 'till the day did arrive The steel mills too were lederalhed—then there were live. 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