Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 23, 1961 · Page 4
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November 23, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Farmers & Merchants Adv. Review Cond. Throughout the years many of our readers visit and shop in neighboring towns. The Oelwein firms represented on this page appreciate this patronage. Be sure to read their advertising stories as printed herewith. MONTGOMERY WARD and CO. Retail and Catalog Dept. Dry Goods — Ready-to-Wear General Merchandising "Everything lor the Entire Family at a Saving" This store features finest quality merchandise at remarkably low prices and offers the most prompt courteous and efficient service to its customers. This store has won confidence in the minds of its thousands of cus tomers by nationally known and advertised merchandise fair hiisim-s? methods and complete service. It is shopping headquarters for many of this paper's readers. They have won s well deserved reputation as a store that makes every effort to give their customers complete satisfaction. This establishment is stocked with thousands of dollars worth of merchandise that "fits the hill" as far as local people are concerned. Montgomery Ward and Co. has long been recognized as a store in this section where quality goods can be obtained. They have been doing business in Oelwein for a number of years, and they have made thoiis nnds of friends. The sales people are progressive business people who have had years of experience in men's, women's and children's apparel, home and farm needs, and are able to give our people the benefit of this knowledge. VI No. Frederick, Phone 283-1521, in Oelwein. MERCY HOSPITAL VISITING HOURS 2 TO 4 P. M. - 7 TO 8 P. M. Of all institutions which go to make a city commercially efficient none is of greater importance than the hospital, and our community is fortunate in having Mercy Hospital, one which is a splendidly equipped and managed institution. This institution is prepared to care for its patients in a competent way. A spirit of sympathy and understanding is reflected in the atti tude of every employee and their policy indicates a sincere desire to serve. Mercy hospital is equipped with youth and adult beds in well lighted wards and private rooms. The entire establishment is equipped with mod em hospital fixtures including X-Ray equipment and Physiotherapy. Mercy hospital will take care of medical, surgical, obstetrical and 21 hour emergency cases of any sort including as it does doctors of established ability on its staff; and the satisfaction expressed by those who have been their patients is indicative of the results it achieves. We are happy to congratulate Mercy Hospital of Oelwein on a fine record of service and commend their institution to all in time of need. HARTIG OELWEIN DRUG CO. Your Business Is Appreciated SERVE YOURSELF - AND SAVE Prescription Service Animal Health Cosmetics — Photo Supplies OPEN SUNDAYS — HOLIDAYS & EVENINGS •For the convenience of patrons, they have taken on famous lines of products that are known the world over. These famous lines embrace toilet articles of every kind and household remedies that have found their way into homes of so many persons of this section. In every department you will find merchandise of the highest quality. It is equally popular among the medical and dental professions, as well as regular patrons. Its record for the best and purest drugs, combined with accurate, prompt and compounding of all prescription work; backed with agreeable treatment, is truly making Hartig Drug in Oelwein the prescription headquarters of all. Located at 1 So. Frederick in Oelwein. Phone 283-4858. HUB CITY IMPLEMENT CO. "NORTHEAST IOWA'S MOST COMPLETE SERVICE DEPT" Richard Blake and Clarence Herzelle — Co. Mgrs. FEATURES JOHN DEERE FARM EQUIPMENT SALES - SERVICE - PARTS - REPAIR One of the most important investments a farmer has to make is the purchase of farm machinery, knowing that the implement he chooses to buy must be dependable, economical and capable of work in an efficient way. That is why the farmers throughout this trading area have selected John Deere equipment as the best buy today. Hub City Implement Co. is giving farm machinery owners a high type of service. They carry a full line of parts and have the equipment and skillful mechanics for their department. They offer patrons advice on all matters pertaining to the farm implement business. There are many suggestions which can be given by those experienced in this line of work and this firm invites you to call and consult with them on your implement needs. For prompt, efficient service, and trained servicemen, go to Hub City Implement in Oelwein. Phone 283-4371. GRAND THEATRE "ENJOY YOUR FAVORITE MOVIES AT THE GRAND" Here is one place where you may rest in comfort while seeing the very latest in the entertainment world This is the place to bring your entire family — everyone will enjoy seeing the pick of the pictures. This, very popular theatre has a reputation that is spreading over this entire community, and is a popular place for evening parties. Their shows are always well chosen, clean and entertaining. . The Grand Theatre is restful to tiwd nervosiand jadded senses, for hei»win4he^cotxifori:of the theatre you are entertained by the world's pbactafc,.. You sefi, romance, &aV&d,aU,the.plftlsant ^^^h^^We^pirted for •We are glad to compliment the mjp^ % Grand Theatre on hll 'IS^'of'aMwemeot, and as- J. H. Kerwin & Sons Clothing "Always Something New" is the motto of this up-to-date clothing store located at 10 No. Frederick in Oehvein. Kerwins always have something new to show their customers from this and surrounding territory. A man's clothing is a di r tinguish- ed mark and the people of this section have, through experience, learned that at this modern store in Oelwein can be obtained not only the finest and at prices that are reasonable. It is note-worthy that J. H. Kerwin & Sons Clothing is holding the line on price and is extending the same courteous, efficient service that has gained them their excellent reputation. When you enter this store you are greeted with a smile and the proprietor and assistants not only are ready but willing and anxious to be of the greatest service to you. They are glad to make suggestions and assist you in choosing the proper wardrobe. It is a pleasure to recommend J. H. Kerwin & Sons Clothing, Phone 283-M71. OELWEIN T-V SALES & SERVICE WE SELL R.C.A. — VICTOR — ADMIRAL Black and Color T-V Service — Radio — Phono -- Sound "We Sell The Best and Service The Rest" Take your radio and T.V. troubles to a speci.ili ;t It's mon- satis factory and cheaper in a long run. There are always some outstanding firms in «-v«-ry community. O.l wein T.V. has established supremacy in the radio field by n-ndering liigl' class service on all makes of radios and televisions liny are truly ex ports in tins work and competent to handle any pmblrm no m.ill 'T hou large or how small. They are receiving work for many miles around .mil their reputation for the very t>cst Radio and TV Repair has become fiiiuly established. Now is the time to put your radio or TV in shape f,,r the splendid radio programs now on the air. You would not take vour watch to a blacksmith for repairs. Your radio and TV deserve the he.*t workman ship and you will secure it at Oelwein TV. Drop in and get acquainted and give them a trial < 'mituiunns growth is proof of satisfactory service. In Oehvein at 017 Si I'redcrick. I 'hoiu- 283 :i. r )75. M & W APPLIANCE & MOTOR REPAIR, INC. SALES & SERVICE - NEW 4 USED EXPERIENCE ON ALL MAKES — Including — Meal Cases — Walk - In Coolets Auto Air Conditioning -- Household Refrigeration Home Freezers — Milk Coolers M & W Appliance is a specialist in all types of ivfrif.erator units. They are well posted on every phase of this business having had many years of practical experience. When your refrigeration unit needs attention you uaturallv want it serviced by men who understand this work and have made a special study of it. There are always some firms in every community thai are leaders in their line, and in refrigeration.-we feel that M & V> Appliance in wein is a leader. Superior workmanship brings them work from inanv miles in all di rections from Oelwein, and has honestly earned their reputation by merit of performance. There is no better time than the present to have your refrigeration unit put into first class condition. Delays are expensive No ioh is too large or too small to receive careful personal attention. We are sure you will be pleased with the service and results received at the M & W Appliance and Motor Repair, Inc., \2 1st Ave. S. W. in Oelwein. Phone 283-1491. Wrestling To Begin At Upper Iowa Among the returning lettormcn are: lorry DeBcrg. Neil Kvans. Doug Heath. Dave Ripley. Bi'l Kapler. Doug llanna, Frank Wit tenherg. Roger Mangan. last year's conference champ and IliM year's Weight class l '.!3 lb-..: lorn <iiilen from Fox Lake. 111.; John .'VflVii; renin M IIH hesle-: and Did: IV 1; el f'oin Marengo. Weight cla-s Kilt IJ >s.; Doug llanna of Hemming ..eight classes Inn tne s1 ''nn :;est is. in the I .'ill lb. class between Tim (Jillcn, John .Steff. ns and Dick I'esch, k. Ileav.vw: igiits have ra> e forming between Boh .Suiulte and John Norsi -n. '''he i '( >;i• • i • Iowa mat men open their season with a match against Wisconsin State on Deo. ',. last year; Charles Hurt of Ana mosa. Weight class l:t? lbs.: Dave Ripley of Charles City, had a 1 li Roger Mangan ot Chicago, had a I! I record last year; l-'ranl; Wit lenberg or I'ostville. who took third in the conference last year; Ron I'Veshnioii wre-tiers have added to the team's potential this veal'. I'Y.tnk Mil.auis (last year's record of Hi 2 I. Charles Hurt (record of 1 I 2 I . and Bob Schiilte 1 7 2i. are freshmen that Coach Nadeau is looking forward to as filling the needed positions. THE UPPER IOWA wivstlma team includes: Mover of Waterloo. Weight ela.-.s i .i7: Terry DeBerg of Waterloo, was injured last year but took third in conference two years ago; Bill Kapler of fresco bail a 3 7 record last year; Lee Drevvelow of New Hampton and Frank Mcl.anis of Chicago. Weight class 1(17: Doug Heath of Cellar Rapids had a a (i record last year; Fat Brooks of Grinncll. Weight class 177: Neil Kvans of Waukon; Dave Kraft of New Hamp ton will be eligible the second sem ester because he tran -f erred from Wartburg college. Heavyweight Bob Schulte of Blue Island, III., and John Norsen of Buffalo, N. Y. On Tuesday. November 27. at 7 p. m., the wrestling team will hold a wrestling clinic. They will ex plain the details of wrestling and afterward they will hold an intra squad match. The public is invited. Farmers & Merchants West Union advertising review continued from the reverse side of this page COWIE STUDIO WEDDINGS — BABIES — CHILDREN COMMERCIAL PHOTOGRAPHY — CUSTOM FRAMING Here is one of the more progressive establishments in this section. Covvie studio has especially equipped this studio to take care of those cus turners wi'o desire the v cry hist in photography. If you a e planning en a wedding, one of the most important things t i consider i.-. vour photographer. Your own port ait or family g"oups can be taken from time to time at this studio l ; \ an . \p•-, icnci el photographer that has made a special studv ot this t.vpe of photographs and has the proper equipment for this work. This studio has ,m excellent reputation for the high class work, and for the prompt and courteous attention shown in each and every particular job. Tlie.v hiiish you'- photographs in the most up-to date manner, in suring the In st at all times. If you m ike arrangements with the Cowie Studio in advance, they will take (omp'.de charge of all arrangements connected with properly photographing auv photography work you desire. They invite von to visit their studio in West Union, and they will lie glad to show von candid shots of any photographs that they have taken in the past. We take pleasure in telling our friends and readers of this fine studio located in th.' National Bank Building. West Union. Phone 135. PURITY BAKERY Kciturcs FRESH BAKED GOODS DAILY Wedding -•• Birthday Party Cakes Fancy Pastries Made To Order The entire family enjoys the tasty baked goods which are baked by Purity Bakery at 112 So. Vine in West I'nion. The careful housewife asks for these baked goods because she knows they are baked fresh chiily. She also knows that the baked goods contain quality ingredients, and that they are baked under sanitary conditions. Purity Bakery specializes in fancy pastries, wedding, birthday and party cakes made to order. Any one who has not tried their baked goods is missing a real treat. The next time you are planning a party, why not call 18G and let this fine bakery serve you? In our revue of West Union business firms we wish to commend this bakery on the fine services offered daily in the way of wholesome baked goods to folks of Fayette county as well as adjacent communities. Visit George Bemiss' Bakery on your next shopping trip and take home some of their tasty baked goods, baked fresh daily by master bakers. Phone 186 on your next baked goods order. Nowadays a girl is as old as her A youthful figure is something mother looks you get when you ask any woman her age. Honor roll students for West Central listed MAYNARD — The following students at West Central have bcui named to the honor roll lor the first nine weeks period, for having a 3. or above average: Seniors: Patty Shadie, Sand, a Alshouse, Gayela Brunei - , Den.i.s Kane, Geraldine Berry, Jean iJe- hut, Nancy McClain, Barbara Treptow, Laurel Woods, Kerne Lang Juniors: Judy Detv, Gary uar- nier, Ann Gilmer, James Hani son, Lois Alhrecht, Helen Kaiilm, Virginia Parsons, Janice Potratz, Linda Vargason. Sophomores: Lee Euhr, Ua.Ui.;. 1 Claxton, Mary Eldridge, Pat Iloltz, Janella Palmer. Freshmen: Jane Ashby, Ma.tl.a Claxton, Patty Fox, Linda IIan.;ui, Duane Thran, Jeff Tompkins, Karol Turner. Eighth grade: Mary Eitel, Ch.tr- lene Erickson, Marcia Gamier, Jerry Jellings, Linda Kohlmeyer, Judy Lamphier, Hal Meyer, Gail McKoon, Carol Mullins, Marilyn Thomas and Gloria Wells. Seventh grade: Bill Albrecht, Ronald Brandt, Roma Brunei-, Douglas Davis, Richard Guenthcr, Barbara Hamilton, Janiece Hubbell, John Parsons, Darwin Sorgo, Judy Taylor, Joan Trotter, Nndine Ward. Outstanding record The Holstein - Friesian association of America has announced the completion of outstanding official production records by registered Holstein cows in this area. Zurcher Lucy Transmitter 36388011 owned by M. J. Lein and Son, of Maynard, produced 16,357 pounds of milk and 576 pounds of butterfat in 324 days on twice daily milking as a seven-year-old. Swartz Mistress Ormsby Beauty 4565027 owned by I. P. Stewart, of Maynard, produced 12,864 pounds of milk and 583 pounds of butterfat in 310 days on twice daily milking as a two-year-old. Iowa State university, working in close cooperation with the national Holstein organization, supervised the weighing and testing of production as a part of the official herd testing programs. These programs provide continuing lactation and lifetime production records on every cow in participating registered Holstein herds. Announce engagement MAYNARD — Mr. and Mrs. Floyd. Henniges are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Virginia, to Michael McBride, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McBride, Oelwein. Miss Henniges is a senior at Allen Memorial School of Nursing, Waterloo, and her fiance is a senior at the State College of Iowa, Cedar Falls, majoring in business. No date has been set for the wedding. One needs the same amount of clothing to keep comfortable (1) when resting, at 70 degrees tehperature, (i) when walking at 40 degrees, or (3) when running at 0 degrees, IPC Continues Program of Community Development Aid Pioneered 7 Years Ago FOR A NUMBER OF YEARS Interstate Power has carried on a vigorous Program of Community Aid ... to help communities with projects aiming for betterment. Experience teaches us that as the community develops, we all gain. Interstate' Power has been happy to lend aid and has done so for 7 years. Practical Help Given Your City Officials , Your, city officials have in their possession a special booklet from IPG; "Working Toward a Better Community." Valuable BuggeBtions and infer- " .".V' mation are given in this booklet to help a community gain the goals it seeks. IPC is working •with your officials to help in every way, What You Can Do to Help Your Community As an interested citizen, you may want to help. Contact the nearest Interstate Power office for information, which will be gladly given, Let's all keep on together to make your community grow and prosper. Interstate Power Will glaflly hgfei flfl it has been helping rig>t elajp.fr' ~ v mm*-• r1

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