Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 3, 1962 · Page 4
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January 3, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Randalia farmer claims Recent mystery picture The Mystery farm that appeared in the Dec. 7 issue of the LEADER has been idt'iitified hy the tenant, Di 'lboi't Wcgner. of Randalia. The Ml acre farm is located three and one half miles sounthwest of Fayette. Mr. Wcgner's parents, the Emil Wagner's owned the farm since 1920. There are only two original buildings left on the farm, the house and hog house. In 1937 fire destroyed the barn and machine shed. In 19.")ll a new silo was put up and an Hl)5 ft. well was dug. Gladys Gaimm and Delbert Wegner were married Dec. 20, 1939. They are the parents of three children, I'aul, Wayne and Carol Jean. They are members of the Farm Bureau. Lutheran church at Maynard and practice general farming. The farm has been in an estate since Feburary. The estate is now settled and the farm has been sold to Don Becker. The Wegners are moving this spring to the .lim Hamilton farm southeast of Mnynard. LOCALS SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Aft AS AMERICA U.S. SAVINGS BONDS Mr. and Mrs. Marty Holltim of Minneapolis visited a few days during the holidays in the homos of Alva and Charles Chase. — • — George Heed received word that his oldest brother, Frank Heed, of Independence, suffered a stroke New Years eve and fs seriously ill. — • — Mi", and Mrs. Don Vandersee and family joined other members of the Vandersee family in a be lated Christmas gathering Sunday at the Kurt Vandersee home in Sumner. — m — New Years Day guests at the Howard Roberts, Sr. home were the Howard Holx't'ts, Jr. family of Oelwein, Edward and Merlin Roberts or Winona, Minn, ai.d Phyllis Morgan of Plainfield. — it — Mr. and Mrs. James Bass and family were Saturday visitors in the parental Farrell Bass home. — a — Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Grimes and.biys of Moline, III. were Saturday dinner and supper guests of her aunt, Mrs. Mildred Miner. Mrs. Kenneth Miner and Brooks, Mnynard were also dinner guests and Kenneth joined them there for supper. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Fauser were New Years Day guests at the Ladies Lantz home, in Oelwein. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Chase visited relatives in Litchfield, Minn., a few days during the holidays. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dilley are the parents of a daughter born Saturday, Dec. 23, at the Oelwein hos­ pital. She weii/hed seven lbs. ll'-j o/.. and has Ik'i n named Jackie Jo. — • — Mrs. Lola Vearous. Elgin, was a Thursday afternoon visitor at the Jacob Vearous home. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Voshell enter tained a group of relatives at their home Sunday. The Arthur Quandt family were New Years Day guests at The home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Volker and family near Sumner. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and their guests, the George Cowles family of Lincoln, Nebr. attended the 10th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Osterhus at West Union Sunday afternoon and were supper guests with other relatives at the Curtis Chensvold home in West Union. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and son of Marengo came Friday to spend New Years at the parental Arnold Heth home. —•— Dr. John Dorman was taken to the West Union hospital Friday for x-rays and medical care and is improving there. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Howard RolxTts, Sr., Edward and Donna were dinner guests of the Howard Roberts, Jr., family in Oelwein Sunday.. Edward and Donna remained to spend the 'evening. —•— Sunday dinner guests in the Donald Dean home were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gersema and girls, of Cedar Falls, and Mr. and Mrs. I Delbert Dean and family, of Fayette. —•— The Senior class will hold a bake sale Saturday. Jan. 13 at Knights Hardware, starting at 9 a. m. — • — Mrs. Park Cowle's birthday of Dec. 2(5, was obseved with a few relative., and friends spending the evening with her in the Cowles home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Askelsen. the Stanley Cowles and Askelsen, the Standlcy Cowles and Cti'tis Chensvold families, all of West Union and Mrs George Cowles and Kevin, of Lincoln, Neb-. — • — Christmas day dinner guests of Ms Frank Davis wire the Dean Davis family, of Randalia, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Sensm and child ten. of Oelwein. the Halph Davis family, of Cedar Falls and Mrs. Ruth Scbuck. or Rod; Island. Mrs. Melvin Johnson went to Anamo.sa Thursday and assisted in bringing her husband, who has In en hospitalized t'le.v. to the hospital at Oelwein by ambulance for further medical care — • — Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Park Cow els with Mr. and Mrs. George Cowles and Kevin, of Lincoln, Neb"., were Mrs. Lillian Troui. of Hawkeye. and Mrs. Hazel Ras mussen and Jean Ann Cowles, of Fayette. — • — Mrs. Howard Roberts. Sr. was a patient at the Oelwein hospital from Tuesday until Sunday fore- Mrs. Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald and Mrs. Amelia Voelker were New Years day guests at the Tom Smale home near Sumner. The Fayette cemetery association will hold their annual meeting at 2 p. m. Jan. 17, at the Fayette bank. —e— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen and Jean Ann Cowles were visitors Monday afternoon at the Everett Loomis home near Arlington to see Mrs. Alma Loomis, who had returned home a few days previously from a few days stay at the Manchester hospital. — • — Mr. and Mrs. George Cowles and Kevin, Lincoln, Nebr.. returned to their home Monday after spending the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Marie Solomon and bis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and other relatives. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wix and two daughters of Bridger, Montana, were holiday visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Finch. —•— Mrs. Alta Owen was a visitor Saturday of her daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fredericks in Rochester, Minn., and also to see the family of her granddaughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lotter and baby of Milwaukee Wisconsin, who were visiting there. —•— Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Orr are leaving the end of this week for Chandler, Ariz., to spend about eight weeks visiting" her sister, Mrs. Don I,eonhart. —•— New Years day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Heth wove: M<\ and Mrs. E. M. Heth, Harold. Carl and Helen, of Hawkeye; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heth, Jr., and Pamela, Randy, Ronnie and Ricky of Jesup; Walter Heth of Fairbnnk; Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Eckhart. Arthur and Gloria, of Arlington; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and Brent, of Marengo; Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Everett, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heth, Sr., Clemens Heth, and Dick Smirl. all of Fayette. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Anthony and daughters spent the holidays in the home of her parents, Dr. and M ... A. C. Haussmann. in Geneva, Nt w York. — •— Ms. Agnes Green had as holiday guests her children and their families; Mr. and Mrs. Don Blue, Linda, Sinda, Jane. Penny and Dell, of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Green, of Albany; Mr. and Mrs. Robe t Demuth. of Austin, Minn.; and Mrs. K. Bullock and Kyle of Denver, Colo. On Christmas day they visited their grandmother and great grandmother, Mrs. S. B. Green in the Hazleton Nursing home. Sue Green, of Portland, Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. Don Meredith, Mark and Carol, of Vancouver, Wash., phoned seasons greetings. public business, the legal notice is a "must" in such situations. The one quoted, by law, was to be published four times to give timely as well as ample notice. It is significant, too, that the newspaper of paid, general circulation is the chief medium relied upon to invite bids for performing public business. It has the double advantage of being both economical and effective. Little Chats on Public Notice Notice to Bidders ( No. 11 In a Series ) One of the most common forms of public notice, or legal advertising, has to do with bids on public works, services or supplies and equipment. An actual Ohio notice of this kind some time ago began ' as follows; Sealed proposals will be received at the OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC WORKS, DIVISION OF STATE ARCHITECT AND ENGINEER, 705 OHIO DEPARTMENTS BUILDING, COLUMBUS, OHIO, until Monday, October 7, 1957, at 2:00 p. m. F-'astern Standard Time, and opened immediately thereafter for furnishing the material and performing the labor for the execution and construction of Air Conditioning of Surgery, Ohio Tuberculosis Hospital, Columbus, Ohio, in accordance with the plans and specifications prepared by . . . The notice went on to tell where copies of plans, specifications and other materials and information could be obtained, and under what conditions. Each bid submitted had to be accompanied by the state form of combination bidding and contact bond in the sum of 100 per cent of the bid. Whether it is a highway construction contract, a new school building or some other form of Full Fashioned HOSE Box of 3 ONLY 97c * Fine Cotton BI FLEX BRA ; Dorsey U|YCr #MTIES ON ALL SWEATERS ON MEN'S. LADIES Off AND CHILDREN'S COATS ON MEN'S WINTER CAPS ON MEN'S LEATHER DRESS GLOVES Extra Heavy Sovereign Blankets $5 M Special Election ( No. 12 In a Series ) The State of Maine made history in September, 1957, when its voters decided to bring that state in line with the others as to the date of its general election. For decades Maine had held its statewide elections earlier than any of the other states. This gave rise to the political saying, somewhat disaproved in recent years, that "As Maine goes, so goes the nation." Since 1958, therefore, Maine has no longer served as a sort of special political barometer. Under its constitution, as amended, its general elections, as in most of the other states, are to be held on "the Tuesday following the first Monday in November." The first major step in bringing about this change was a resolution adopted by the state legislature. But this, to be effective had to be ratified by the voters. This, in turn, was submitted at a special election. Although this particular issue, along with four others submitted at the same time, had wide news coverage in the press and other news media, it was carried also in the newspapers as legal advertising or public notice. This was in compliance with a longstanding principle of law based on the public's right to know. For this purpose the bona fide newspaper is the principle medium specified by law in hundreds of public notice situations. Westfield Homemakers . Family night meeting The Westfield Homemakers held their family niglit meeting in the Farm Bureau building, Wednesday evening, Dec. 27. The evening was sp?nt playing Five Hundred. Earl King and Mrs. Rex Niles won high and Mrs. Earl King and Ralph Dickinson won low. A pot-luck lunch was served. The regular meeting will be held Jan. 29, nt 8 p. m. with Mrs. Earl King and Mrs. Delbert Dean as hostesses. Everyone is urged to attend and anyone from surrounding townships that is unable to attend her own meeting in the day time is invited to join the group. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE FAYETTE THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Jan. 4-5-6 BILL TRAVERS ED BEGLSY In THE GREEN HELMET Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Jan. 7-8-9 GLENN CORBETT PATRICIA BRESLIN In HOMICIDAL NOTICE To The Officers And Members Of The FAYETTE CEMETERY ASSOCIATION You, and each of you are hereby notified that the annual meeting of said association will be held at 2 o'clock P. M., January 16, 1962, at the Conference Room of the State Bank of Fayette, Fayette, Iowa. GRANT KIEL Secretary Reg. $7.95 Gay Plaid, Woven Bedspread 88 Reg. $8.98 100% All Wool Skirts $2 73 each 2 piece rayon BATH SET M«

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