Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 16, 1961 · Page 6
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November 16, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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miscellaneous for SaieHBusiness Services FOR SALX - • lit *cr* !vm. E. I'.t'.i rv"".h- v/.;v. V „••«•. >t* >•*'•' «*r is'rW'.T .V . i • v 'lf'.'vf-.r ^-.W.'* 7i. .* VU..*a> k S .'ifi ~£2n NATO SMJE — Small : r>f /,: ; :.-/! u,v, usfti ^.;.TI ::- ::vin. S8M.S N<-w fu.l fcfi s.-iim'ti- :':vir». $4ftS Mftnv a* !!• s:!. ! wi f,r: USED HAM- •M.VO OTK3ANS, 2 manual .-r-.Tu-;.' I'Mrr 5",'.'i. : > — Hammond Cirt/irif from $AS >5. Port- :.i->t 4f- NHXJ «• Sard organs from S:fifi.. rf:iii:-co from $149. B E N I E R " S Your Hemroond Organ Dealer 53] Main. Dubuque, Iowa 45-2 FOR SALE — Green, 2 cushion <l ;i\unfv>rt nnd chair. Almost new. Phono Black 241. Mrs. Earl Schneider. 4G 1-x miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette G4. Clyde Williams. 22 -tf FOR RENT FOR RENT — Apartment, furnished. 3 rooms & bath. Phillip Sehmitz. Phone Black 222. 44-tf LOST & FOUND FOUND — Man's wrist watch. Inquire at Lender office. Identify 'find-pay for ad. '. 46-1 x FOR SALE BUISINESS building. 42 x 110 feet. On contract or will discount for cash. NEW 3 bedroom home. Hardwood floors, attached garage, large lot. Small down payment. MODERN 3 bedroom. 2 story home. Curb and gutter. Automatic heat. Terms available. FOUR BEDROOM, modern home. ..Several lots. TWO BEDROOM modern home, full basement, gas furnace, reasonable. FOR RENT £ home, modern. aascSamrji Saws, beautiful :ht. FAYETTE wm&mcE AGENCY SKbsw* £S feed Machinery MsAA L J.D. spreader H JJ>. spreader Cue tractor spreader 2—Model N. PTO J. D. spreaders Hydraulic manure loader F20 IHC tractor 1HC No. 52 combine GehlPtOmiU Hyd. J.P. 44 plow 4-B JLD. SheUer 2Tr -195^Model SO ID. tractors |$ Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self•"propelled combine with com head. 90A. 10 JJL>. flail chopper ASK 42 ft. elevator with Vyjucmma engine 40 &. Kcfljr Ryan elevator Iffa&wnacfc IP picker j\m. Wi QmdcTach picker rMWiZfleactor m&$fa *AAi. D. tractoi r^.^mH^ conditioner BICYCLES of all sUas for sale, .-• • . ~ .vvnj>l<?te npairs. Phone Z>Z>. F.irncv's Bicvcle Service. 46-3-x RnnouncEmEfiTS CARD OF THANKS 1 wish to thank Rev. Walcott and Rev. Sheaffer for their visits and prayers, and also everyone who re- moinhorod me in any way during my stay in the hospital. Mrs. Sarah Dixon 40 1 x CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and relatives for their earths, gifts, flowers and visits which I received while in Palmer Memorial hospital. Mrs. (farold Swale 40 1 x ANNOUNCEMENT Lima Ladies Cemetery Ass'n. is holding a basket social and pro gram Nov. 18, at H p. m. Lunch available. 401-x Renking honored for Obtaining new members Bernard Renking of Fayette was one of 39 farmers honored on Tuesday, Nov. 13, at the Iowa Farm Bureau convention in Des Moines for their outstanding ef forts in obtaining new members for the organization. Mr. Renking was honored for being one of the top volunteer workers in signing up new members for Farm Bureau this fall in the organization's, eastern division, which includes 22 counties. Ife was a special guest at a luncheon in Hotel Fort Des Moines and participated in other activities at the 33rd annual meeting of the state's largest general farm organization. Chili supper Monday On Monday, Nov. 20, the senior class will serve a chili supper. Serving will begin at 5:30 p. m. in the school gym. The charge will be 01) cents for adults and 25 cents for students. The public is invited. UDDER SALVE Something different—penetrates and softens like s high priced toilet cream. Very effective, spreads easily in cold weather, takes much less. 1 pound $1.50 DANIELS DRUG REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 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 taxes. 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 Contact VICTOR JL DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. Honored with shower A shower was held in honor of M-. and Mr:, f'o-rrsl Ronjonr. by the noighbn s aivl Kil K.ve Klub members. .Saturday night. Nov. 1, in the home of M'\ anrl Mr.. Frank Downing. Those p-rsent were: Re. niece Bonjou,', Mis. Flo-en'e Renjour, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Ronjour, Ralph Ronjour, Mv and Mrs. Charles Yeam"s, M'\ and Mrs. Herb Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jr. Ix^verington, A-t Helmer, Herman Handy, Mrs. A. R Stepp, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing and the honored guests. A gift was presented the couple from the group, and lunch was : erved. Kenneth Miller has Top producing herd Kenneth Miller, of Fayette, has the top herd in butterfat and milk poduction in the Chickasaw - Fayette group of farmers serviced by the Chickasaw county supervisor. Miller's average production was 577 pounds of butterfat in 305 days, and 15,430 pounds of milk average per cow. Karl Mclntyre of Hawkeye had the next high herd with 503 pounds of butterfat and 14,030 pounds of milk average per cow. Other Fayette county farmers with high averages include: Char les McLeish of Hawkeye, with 510 pounds butterfat average, and Ron aid Oa fen berg, West Union, with 501 pounds butterfat average. Men's Bowling w L Theater - 26 10 Randalia Cheese 22 14 Firemen 20 16 .Standard Oil - 20 16 Vandersee 18 18 Otfs Drive - In 16 20 Bill's Super Valti --- 12 24 Legion 10 26 II I G K. Dumermuth 204 HIS Vic Dahl 570 II T G Theater 1022 IITS - Theater .... 2GG7 OUTLOOK CLUB MEETS The Outlook club met Tuesday, Nov. 7, at the home of Frances Heth, with Ruth Kvcretls as co- hostess. Mrs. K. A. Billings gave the devotions and Mrs. I^ee Sheeley reviewed the book "Peaceful Lane" by Keith Wheeler. Mrs. Ora Williams joined the club. Refreshments were served by the hostesses. Women's Bowling W L Chase's 25 7 Harry's Cities Service 19 13 Wilkie and Wilkie 17 15 Maynard Coop 16 16 Singer Plumbing .10 22 Speed Wash 9 23 III G - Pnt Chase 178 HIS— Pat Chase 391 II T G — Wilkie & Wilkie .... 733 II T S — Wilkie h Wilkie .... 2156 Sunday dinner guests Dinner and Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. .John Hastings were his sisters. Alice Hastings, Fayette, and Mr. and Mi's. Ed Raftis of Wadena, along with his niece and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corkcry. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of Mr. Hastings. Mrs. Corkery baked the birthday cake, which was served at the dinner. Senior play tonight The Fayette high school senior play "Meet Me In St. Louis", will be presented tonight. Thursday, Nov. 16, at 8 p. m. in the high school gym. Admission will be 60 cents for adults and 30 cents for students. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Randalia NewA, A miscellaneous shower was given Wednesday evening in. : the church social room for ...Carolyn Barry with 60 guests attending. Sandra Raatz played a piano'solo, 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 In ARIZONA GAJM ElsJBAGK MOUNTAIN ' Area MOTEL llei) o In ^ttdqle- »h* "Wsifs most YYs^rn Town? *rl2 rnllaf nqrtheart of downtownffhosntx. Arizona'? nswsit andf/ntd ysar around "fcoftl. 780 luxurious rooms and juNof-atf wWh vat* $un diets, many havt inacl&ar Wfhtnt Dinning iRooov Cocktail Uuna> Hsatod'SwInv mtng pool. All sports and actWfllw avallablsv BxetliMr M«»Hnfl | IUROPIAN PLAN fadlltlss fori groups I Wife to ft*** 1 *; up to 200. JROBIRT rOWU Ow-Mflf. and several little girls performed a mock wedding for entertainment. Beverly Gee and Mary Jane Geistkemper assisted in opening the gifts, and Patricia Barry registered them. Lunch was served by the committee. Miss Barry will be married Nov. 18, to Lee- Geistkemper of Fayette, in the St. Francis Catholic church in Fayette. A miscellaneous shower was given Phyllis Vandersee Thursday evening in the Maynard Commun ity hall with a large attendance. A skit "what a bride should take on her honeymoon" was presented by Mrs. Elmer Boggess and Betty, followed by a contest. Gloria Wells played a piano solo. Mrs. Boggess and Betty conducted a contest in music. Two songs were sung by Marcia and Paulette Ingersoll, nieces of the honoree. Darlene Pipho and Geraldine Franks assisted with the gifts and Mrs. Neil Ingersoll registered them. Miss Vandersee will be married Nov. 17 to Raymond Tielebein of Masonville, at the Union, E.U.B. church in Sumner. Lunch was served by the committee. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Vargason have received word of the birth of a six pound one ounce boy. Dean Aaron, Nov. 2, to their granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Du ran of Albuquerque, N. M. Mrs. Duran's mother, Mrs. Raymond Bright, is with her. The Woman's Society of Chris tian Service are planning a noon luncheon and bazaar for Nov. 29. Donald Schrader is having a closing out farm sale, Nov. 28. Whyla Beman, of Glencoe, Minn., spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Loyal Beman. Marilyn Arthur of Cedar Falls spent the week-end with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Arthur. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nelson and John of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the Frank Edmonds home. First Lieut. Ivan Nadtng of Fort Sumter, N. C, came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Kenneth Nading and Richard, and his father, Kenneth Nading at Allen hospital in. Waterloo. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Mr. and Mrs. Richard Fratzke, Sr., will observe their 50th wedding anniversary, Vhich is Nov. 22. An open house will be held at St. John's Lutheran parish house in Sumner from 2 to 5 p. m. on Saturday, Nov. 25. Mr. Fratzke and the former Anna Lobeck were married Nov. 22, 1911, in Jesup. They have four children: Ruth, Mrs. A. L. Hofstetter of Skokie, 111.; Martin of Independence, Ore.; Alfred of Davenport; and Richard, Jr., of Arlington. The children will be hosts. DO - R - BEST CLUB MEETS The Center Do R Best 4 H club meeting was held at Marilyn Kaune's home. The roll call "a woman I admire" was answered by 13 members. There were also two leaders and nine visitors present. Joann Kaune joined as a new mem- be.-. Wilma McBride received a 4-H pencil as an award for her last year's record book. The • leaders handed out the record books for the new year and explained how they are to be filled out. Patty Fox and Doris Alley gave a demonstration on making drawer dividers. Names were drawn for a Christmas gift exchange to be held at the next meeting. FAYETTE THEATRE Thursday - Friday - Saturday November 16 -17 -18 Selected by Parent's Magazine for Special Merit Award is Helen Winston's Production . . . "HAND IN HAND" Introducing LOR ETTA PARRY — PHILLIP NEEDS A Drama of Great Warmth and Feeling For Both Young and Old. Sunday - Monday - Tuesday November 19 - 20 - 21 "A RAISIN IN THE SUN" With SIDNEY POITIER — CLAUDIA McNEIL BELLES • WRIGHT FayeUe DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone; 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black - 142 407 King St. FayeUe. Iowa THERMOGAS FOR THE BEST IN ^ A"£I££ , " ,C * Farm Use* rt . nl THERMOGAS Bulk LP-Gas Servict Skilled Workmanship & Engineered Installation THERMOGAS CO. OF SUMNER SUMNER. IOWA PHONE 314 SINGER PLUMBING AND HEATING FAYETTE. IOWA PHONE 247-R-2 OF RUINING CLOTHES AND SPOILING WASHDAYS FOIL THESE "BAD ACTORS' WITH FLAMELESS ELECTRIC CKIMS DRYING • BANISH THESE "ROGUES' GALLERY" CHARACTERS forever. i .while you enjoy convert ient» fast, economical clothes* drying with your flamelesa eleo trio clothes dryer! Have mora time for living «• • with modem dothsKkyiag! ^Qjfa^i .«•• i See Your ELECTRIC APPLIANCE Dealer Today! COMPANYfoVi»M *rnttf

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