Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 5
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November 30, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Bill- Ings and son, of Kansas City, Mo., spent their Thanksgiving vacation in the parental E. A. Billings home. f __ ^ ,-- m Mrs. Max Shaffer returned to Des Moines with her daughter and family, Mrs. Don Brattleboro, who spent Thanksgiving here. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Geno and family, of Ferrysville, Wis., spent Sunday in the home of her brother, Mr. and Mrs. John Duwe and family. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorgo were callers Sunday afternoon in the home of Cecil Davis. —•— Mrs. Norbert Exman and Becky of Hudson, were visitors of their grandmother, Mrs. Mary Miller, Saturday afternoon. —•— Mrs. Edward Knight's Thanksgiving day guests included her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Knight, of Janesville, Wis. WM A Mr. and Mrs. Leland Meyer of Orion, HI., and Mr. and Mrs. Rob ert Oelberg and family of Chicago, 111., were Thanksgiving day guests in the Harold and Mary Oelberg home. The Robert Oelbergs also visited with other relatives until Sunday. m _ __^ 1 Mr. and Mrs. C. Hinkley of St. Paul were overnight visitors Friday of Mrs. C. R. Ostrander and they all spent Saturday at the Charles Hinkley home in West Union. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorge were Thanksgiving day guests of her niece and family, Mrs. Vivian Hubbell and children in Maynard. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Butts, of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Butts and family of Nora Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Butts and family of Altoona, and Mr. and Mrs. M. K. Sperry of Greene were Thanksgiving day dinner guests at the Shirley Butts home. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Chase and family had as Thanksgiving day guests, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ashby and family, Bill Greathead of Volga, Ray Oltrogge of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase and Mrs. Ethel Watkins. —• — Thanksgiving day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Leverington, Sr., were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Oakley of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Leverington and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jr. Leverington and girls. — w — Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Vearous joined the Jerome Yearous family of Oelwein for Thanksgiving day dinner at the Hugo Hackman home in West Union. Ml _ g| lf Dinner guests on Thanksgiving day at the Frank Miller home were their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Stuffelbeam and family of Waterloo, Mrs. Maggie Johnson and son, Billy, of Sumner, and Mrs. Mary Miller of Fayette. Mrs. Mabel Porter, with other relatives, was a Thanksgiving day guest of her sister, Mrs. Anna Holmes at West Union. Dinner guests on Thanksgiving day at the Dick Miller home were her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Miller and family of Jesup, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Powers and family of New Hampton, and her father, Harold Larson and family, of Oelwein. ^ __-.-, Max Gross of Ames, and two of his college friends, spent the Thanksgiving vacation in the home of his mother, Mrs. Katherine Gross. Mrs. Lillian Trout, of Hawkeye, and her mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, were callers of Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen, Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald, and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker, were supper guests Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Gunther near Sumner. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes and family of Moline, HI., were also guests. Thanksgiving supper guests in the Howard Roberts home were Mrs. Ethel Watkins and Mrs. Agnes Dickinson of Fayette, the Howard Roberts family of Oelwein, and Edward Roberts of Winona, Minn. The Rev. and Mrs. Norman Bet ke attended a Parish planning meeting at Burlington Monday and Tuesday. The Betke children stay ed with the Floyd Mansons. ^ _ Dora Tann was a week-end visitor at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Winters in Rochester, Minn. 0 Mrs. Howard Roberts, Sr., and sister, Gladys Gorman, were vis itors in the Don Landis and Fred Landis homes in Rockford, III., and in the home of their aunt, Mrs. Ag nes Peters in Quincy, III., last wt-ek. —•— Merlin Roberts of Winona, Minn., was a Sunday caller in the How ard Roberts, Sr. home. —— V ~~~~ Guests in the Will taveringtnn, Sr. home Monday were their granddaughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Kldon Neihart and baby son William Richard, of Omaha, Nebraska. "~ L * 9 ~ Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cone and family, of Winnebago, Minn., were week-end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stoneman. Council Proceedings REGULAR MEETING October 2, 1961 Meeting called to order by Mayor Beck. 7:45 o'clock. Councilmen present: Borchert, Crafton and Gooder. Absent: Brown and Henry. Minutes of the regular meeting Sept. 11, 1961 read and stand approved. Motion by Gooder that we give Dr. Paul Gourley two (2) - two hour parking spaces, commencing on east side of his garage driveway on West Clark street and running thence east for twenty- three feet. Second by Borchert. Roll call: Gooder, aye; Borchert, aye; Crafton, nay. Carried. Bills presented and examined as follows: General Interstate Power Co., service $ 5.68 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax 1C.20 I. P. E. R. S., Retirement - - 12.60 A. E. Wood, salary 168.30 Total $ 202.78 Street Frank A. Miller, repair work - $ 5.00 Langerman Construction Co., machine work 50.00 Pennington Supply Co., Calcium Chloride 59.00 Earle Standard Service, gas, oil, etc. 33.88 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax .-. 28.80 I. P. E. R. S., Retirement —- 33.60 Internal Revenue Service, withholding tax 21.60 Zupke Sand and Gravel, GRAND THEATRE In Oelwein Fri. & Sat. Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 'DEVIL AT 4 O'CLOCK SPENCER TRACY FRANK SINATRA Sun. thru Wed. Dec. 2 - 3 - 4 - S BACK STREET Starring SUSAN HAYWARD JOHN GAVIN NOTICE We will be dosed Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 6, 7, 8, in order to attend the Iowa State Bar Association Tax School in Des Moines. In case of emergency, call our office, and our secretary will contact us. Hof meyer & Anthony Attorneys At L»w Fayette, Iowa Arlington, IOWA sand 33.33 Melvin Holtzman, salary . 298.75 Total $ 563.90 Public Safely Earle Standard Service, gas, oil, etc. $ 59.81 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax ._ 56.40 I. P. K. R. S.. Retire merit . fiS.dO Internal Revenue Service, withholding tax 136.00 Alfred Ash, salary ... . 2ii().50 Lloyd Ho'.txman, sa'ary .. 2.'!6.50 Total $ KXJ.OI Sanitation Frank A. Miller, repair work _ $ 7.50 Karle Standard Service, gas, oil, etc. 50.60 Wisconsin State Prison, Lion's club refuse con tainers 58.12 Iowa Kmp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax 27 !!() I. P. K. R. S.," retire ment 32.55 David McGee, salary KK).(K) Total $ 276.73 Trust and Agency Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax $ I. P. E. R. S.,' retire tnent Total S 13802 Utilities Interstate Power Co., service S 1fi4.no Vandersce Plumbing (V. labor 7.25 .Joyce I.umluT Co.. paint. cement 31.5!) Treasurer of State of Iowa, sales tax .. . .16.45 Total S 22!i.l!) Re:rc.ition Interstate Pnw.r Ci: . : • VIC.,- $ !. r O Otto Finger, band tick els 13.110 I.yle Hobb, band tickc u 1.10 Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax . 1100 Internal Revenue Se; - v ice, withholding tax 35.60 Total S 63.50 Sewer Rental Interstate Power Co., ser vice - S 55.<;.'l David McGee, salary Hm.90 Total S 25-U>H Total $ Municipal Enterprise Imogene Sheeley, Ass't. librarian .. ._ .._ $ Interstate Power Co., service ........ Dennis llt.th, labor Iowa Emp. Sec. Comm., Social Security Tax I. P. E. R. S., retirement Internal Revenue. Serv ice, withholding tax ... Beryl Thompson, librar 150.76 149.61 3(K).37 32.01 l.!)2 10.00 9.4(1 7. H9 9.90 66.82 Grand Total $2,862.14 Motion by Borchert that the bills be allowed, second by (louder. Roll call: Borchert, aye; (iooder, aye; Crafton, aye. Nay, none. Carried. Motion by Gooder that we ad journ. Second by Crafton. Carried. A. E. WOOD Town Clei k Special hours for Social Security office The Social Security District office in Waterloo will Ix 1 open from ;> to 8 p. m. every Wednesday eve mnx fiv three weeks only starting Nov. 29 for the convenience of peo pie 65 or over, who work during the day. In announcing the •special eve ning hours, Earl T. Johnson, i lan ngor of the- Wiilc.-loo District of fice noted t';:.t i,ian.v oM,•:• p onlo in this area who are still emp'oy ed, cl) not understand that recent chanj;. s in the social security l;i\v now make it possibie for a good :n>mb" • of them to collect some binefu in addition to their callings. Okk.' wo.ke"s made eligible to collect some s'tcial sen:, ity IIMI fits for t'v yea' l"!il. ni ••. ,..,e some o. the p.iynvaU (!..>• them if they do not make application for them before the end of .January 1902, Mr. .Johnson said. Unfortunately. Mr. .Johnson said, a number of older people continue to think that they catvvt collet t any social security IxMiefits at all ii' their earnings are over $1,200 for the year. This is not true, he em phasiv.ed. To show how recent amend ments to the social security law have increased the amount an old er worker can earn and still collect some benefits, Mr. Johnson cited the following example: M'. and Mrs. Smith, who are both 65, could upon application be come entitled to a combined monthly benefit of $150, based on Mr. Smith's average earnings under social security of around $3,200 to ?'i,3(K) a year. Up until this year, this couple could not be paid any of their benefits if Mr. Smith's an nn.il earnings amounted to over $2,0.10. With the recent change in the law, M.-. Smith could have earn ings 01 $-,5IX) in liXil and the couple would have at.least $750 in benefits coming to them for the year. Ii his earnings were $.'1.000 the coi.ple would get at least $250 of thei. 1 social seem ity tunefils; even il hi- earned as much as $3,2(X), they would be able to col led at least $50 in Ix'iielits for the year. The social security d'st ict man.•!«•"• Sl'fr^cfs tnnt u-O'kiMg people (!r> or over who Hye not yet' app!:.-l fn • I'-ri • srwnl s••• nrit •• ben- i.its stop in ,-it his office during t'u- day, or during the special V 'dnesday evening hours, to find i t just where they stand. Some m.iy find that their earnings a-e too s 'bst-intial to permit i i.vment of any Ix-nefits right now, but the time devoted to their visit will sMIl lx- well spent. Mr. Johnson ,i ;i:i! :! cut that there is no disadvantage in filing a claim fo • social s( curity benefits after a worker has reached 65, even though he may be earning more than would permit him to draw !vne r it:; at the p-esent time. Even if no benefits are payable now, the necessary paper work in applying for benefits can be taken care of so that checks can be issued without delay after earnings have gone down or stopped entirely. Mission circle to meet Grace Lutheran Mission Circle will meet Thursday, Dec. 7, with a pot-luck dinner at noon. Each member may invite a guest. Roll call will be the introduction of guests. On the program committee are Mrs. Howard Nicholsen and Mrs. Gary Alber. There will be a SO cent gift exchange. To meet on Friday The Social Hour club will meet Friday. Dee. I, at the home of Mrs. Alfred Ash. There will be a pot luck dinner at 1 o'clock. Roll call is "What I enjoy most about Christinas". The program will be presented by Mrs. Arnold Ileth, and there will be a 50 cent gift exchange. W.S.C.S. general meeting The W.S.C.S. general meeting will be held Wednesday, Dec. 6, at the First Methodist church. FAYETTE THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Nov. 30 - Dec. 1 - 2 TWO RODE TOGETHER JAMES STEWART RICHARD WIDMARK Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Dec. 3-4-5 GOODBYE AGAIN INGRID BERGMAN YVES MONTANO ANTHONY PERKINS -—I © CHRISTMAS SHOPPING TIME DISCOUNTS ON ALL LAMPS AND FURNITURE BEFORE CHRISTMAS TABLE LAMPS AND LAMP SHADES ARE NOW ON SALE Buy your wife that living room suite or dinette she's been wanting — ON EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS — Mdeese - Leytze FURNITURE and APPLIANCE Phone 160 Fayette, Iowa french-cuffed Ship'n Shore* shirt with a classic beauty all its own, flawlessly tailored. No-iron, too. 65% Dacron' polyester, 35% cotton. White, tints, ripened hues. 30 to 38. MAURER'S SHOES AND CLOTHING Natural Gas Will - - Cook Your Meals —- Dry Your Clothes SEE THE NEW RANGES SEE THE NEW GAS DRYERS Every convenient feature—so much of the watching and waiting is taken out of cooking by the automatic features of the modern gas ranges. That means more leisure time for family and fun. For happy washdays — no more lifting, carrying, hanging and taking down basket after basket of wet washing. Automatic gas dryers do it at the touch of a dial. And all your laundry is so soft, sweet and fluffy. PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatre LIVE MODERN...FOR LES8

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