Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 3, 1962 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 3, 1962
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Used Machinery Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader Case tractor spreader Hydraulic manure loader F20 IHC tractor IHC No. 52 combine Gehl PTO mill 2-16 Hyd. J.D. 44 plow 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.D. 101 Quick-Tach picker MM-Z tractor Model R J.D. spreader 1948 B J.D. tractor 1944 B J.D. tractor Ferguson spreader Little Giant hopper feeder Unloading auger attachment for flare box 2—New Idea 2-row corn pickers •Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner. Iowa miscelfaneous 'for Sale rCH 3A'..i: — 141 acre farm. E. •• Z- <-'•' c.-.taio. Lo.-utcd north- pa.;t o( Maynard. Terms can be arranged. Shown on appointment. Pnonc Oelwein 283-3569. D. J. Kaftis & Son. 45-tf FOR SALE — CyclomaHe Frlgl- dnire refrigerator; Frigidaire automatic washer; 2 table model television sets; ironer, used may tag washer. Mrlx -csi' LoyUe, Furniture and Appliance. 11 FOR SALE — Good 1953 ford. $250. Phone Ked 12 before Friday, G p. m. 11 FOR SALE — Three 670x15 fubless tires. Phone white 98 A. C. Hogan. 11 -x FOR RENT FOR RENT — 5 room modern apt. Newly decorated. Gas heat. Phone Blue 124. 12 TRY LEADER WANT ADS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa 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 HEY YOU BOWLERS Enjoy America's FAVORITE PASTIME *A11 Teams &, Individual Bowlers Welcome OUR'SEUECTIONOF — lin« BjU%.— fowling Shoes — Bowling Bags u S©« The Magic Triangle Automatic Pinsettcrs West Union, Iowa FOR RENT — Two new apartments with base board hot water heat. Four rooms and bath in each apnrlment. Two blocks north or campus. Can lx' seen between ft a. ni. and 5 p. in. Mrs. Nellie Culver or Hob Culver. 1 lx Miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf flnnouncEmEnTS I will not be responsible for any debts other than those con traded by myself. Clyde Wilson 1-2-x CARD OF THANKS Thanks for all the fine cards and gifts and visits during my recent recovery from a back injury. And a special thanks to Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Singer. Darrell Strecter 1 1 x CARD OF THANKS I wish to take this opportunity to thank Or. Wolf, Dr. Freed, nurses, nurses aids and the staff at the hospital for being so kind to me and to all the friends and relatives and neighbors for the cards, gifts, and visits, also a special thanks to Fr. Shekleton and Fr. Ryan for their visits and prayers during my stay at the hospital. Your kindness will long be remembered. Mrs. Mattie Roberts 1 1 x Scott - Bencke vows Are read at Waterloo MAYNARD - Mary Kay Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger II. Scott, Waterloo, and Ronald L. Bencke, son of Mrs. Emilie Bencke and the late Floyd Bencke, Maynard, were married Tuesday evening, Dec. 19, at the Zion American Lutheran church, Waterloo, with the Rev. LaVern Kampfe officiating. For her marriage the bride chose a chapel-length gown of delusterized satin, the full skirt fell to a chapel sweep in back. The fingertip veil of imported silk illusion fell from a cornet of crystals and pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of fiji mums. Mrs. Norman Scott, Santa Anna, Calif., sister-in-law of the bride, was matron of honor with Sandra Ballou, Olin, as bridesmaid. Louis Schneider, Chicago, served as best man and William Mitchell, Monticello, was groomsman. Ushers were Richard Hanneman, Galatia, Kan., John Scott, Waterloo, and Norman Scott, Santa An na, brothers of the bride, and Robert Albers, Walters, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Bencke will make their home at 720% E. Bremer, Waverly, where both are senior students at Wartburg College. Meeting dates set For Maynard clubs MAYNARD - The program for the Ladies' Aid Society meeting at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Thursday afternoon. .Inn. 4, will be in charge of Mrs. .1. W. Judas and Mrs. Walter Suhr. The topic, "Jesus, the Light of the World", will be discussed by Mrs. Delbert Wegner. On the serving committee will be Mrs. Frank Lockard, Mrs. Charles Barnholt and Mrs. Walter Fillers. Flowers for January church services will be in charge of Mrs. Will Arp and Mrs. Otto Buhr. The circles of the W. S. C. S. which meet on Thursday, Jan. 4, are the Martha with Mrs. W. P. Truesdell; the Esther with Mrs. Harold Arthur; and the Ruth with Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer. The regular meeting of the Order of the Eastern will lx; Thursday evening, Jan. 4, ;it the Masonic Temple. Open installation of the O. E. S. and the Masons will be on Friday evening, .Ian. 5, at the Temple. Mrs. Herbert Meyer will entertain the Scrabble club in her home Monday afternoon, Jan. 8. The same group will meet with Mrs. Clyde Renfrow on Monday afternoon, Jan. 22. The topic for study when the Women's Society of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, Jan. 10, is "No Easy Answers" with Mrs. Harold Hare and Mrs. Elmer Miller as leaders. Hostesses will be Mrs. Ernest Bachman, Mrs. Nohah Hurb, Ralph Gilmer, Mrs. Earl Foss and Mrs. Henry Kuper. The Martha Missionary society will meet at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, Jan. 16. On Friday, Jan. 19, the Ada Reading Circle will have its annual craft lesson at the basement rooms of the United Presbyterian church. An antique display will be in charge of Mrs. Glen Mittelstaot and Mrs. Irving Patridge. There will be a favorite dish dinner at noon with Mrs. Clyde Renfrow as chairman of the kitchen committee. The American Legion auxiliary will hold its regular meeting at the Community hall Tuesday evening, Jan. 9. REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 4 BEDROOM — modern, atoker heat. Good family type home. 3 BEDROOM (In Lima), all modern, oil furnace. Basement has Its own pressure water system. Enclosed porch. Low taxes. A Real Good Buy. FINE 3-BEDROOM HOME, Bungalow type, all modern, •11 furnace, hot water heater, family room, double garage with extra storage. 2 nice extra lots. ..This home NEEDS NO REPAIR. Heady to move into. Easy to "heat. Low taxes. DUPLEX — 2 nice apartments, 1 up. 1 down, each with % bedrooms, new oil furnace. Oood location. It 4 BEDROOM, newly remodeled. Double garage. Extra land. Near college. Nice. 3 BEDROOM All modem new oil furnace. Bull* in kitchen. Hardwood floors. Garage. 2 BEDROOM — 1 tttvy, Auto, gas heat All mc4- em. Nkw location. SMALL RUNCJALOW ~ oll furnace; full cemented basement, extra land, Priced for quick sale. FARMS Contact FhOlM 1*9 X ' > FlJ 8UMNRR REALTY CO. Practice Memorial services for Dr. Phillip V. Janse, 82, an Algona physician for nearly 00 years, were held recently. During his practice at LuVerne and Algona, he was the attending doctor at the birth of more than 6,000 babies. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS MAYNARD LOCALS Christmas day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schrader were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schrader, ( Maynard ) Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schrader and children, Hinckley, 111., Gene Schrader, Osage and Carol Farley, Carpenter. Ester Rohrig, North Hollywood, Calif, came to spend Christmas with her mother, Mrs. Olga Rohrig, who is now in the Driscoll Nursing Home, Oelwein, and to visit her sister, Mrs. George Buenneke, and cousins, Dr. Ida Rohrig and sister, Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Meyer, Orange, Calif., left for their home Tuesday, Dec. 26, after visiting his parents Mr. and Ed W. Meyer, and other relatives. Mrs. Ed W. Meyer returned Sunday, Dec. 24, from the hospital at Iowa City where she had been for treatment. She plans to return to the hospital the middle of next week for further surgery and treatments. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bergman, Mr. and Mrs. David Parsons, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Steffen, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schrader, Gene Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinke and Mrs. Emilie Bencke attended the wedding of the letter's son, Ronald, and Mary Kay Scott in Waterloo Tuesday evening, Dec. 19. There will be open installation of the 1962 officers of the Eastern Star and the Masons at the Masonic Temple Friday, Jan. 5, at 8 p. m. Mrs. E. H. Borchers and Mrs. Ben Thomas are patients in the Oelwein hospital. Men's Bowling Standings Teams W L Theatre 45 • 19 Stand Oil 38 26 Vandersee's 38 26 Randalia Cheese ..„!.—- 35 29 Ott's Drive in 29 35 Fireman 28 36 Legion 23 41 Bill's Super Valu 20 44 HIG - R. Wilson 225 HIS - R. Wilson --822 HTG - Randalia HTS - Randalia 2905 Whatever You may Be looking For — You'll find it In the FAYETTE LEADER ALL PROGRESSIVE MERCHANTS USE THE PAGES OF THE FAYETTE LEADER TO DISPLAY THEIR STOCK OF MERCHANDISE FOR SALE. USETHE LEADER AS YOUR SHOPPING GUIDE IN FAYETTE. Contact us for All of your Job printing Needs Marriage licenses issued Five marriave licenses were Issued during the past week at the Fayette County Clerk of Court'" office.. The 'licenses were issued to the following couples: Ronald, Lee Iritnan, 20, and Bonlta Irene Mc- Claln, 21, both of Oelwein; Bradley Krimbrell, 21, of Mt. Airy, Georgia and Mavis Anderson, 19, of Hawkeye; Jerrald J. Blrchard, 20, of Oelwein a^d Lynda Whtteford, 18, of Randalia; James, Patrick Bar , ry> 21, f Sujmner and ponna„Blan-, che'Turner, 20. of Fayette. Robert f C. Schrack, 25 and Inge Amnion, 24, both of ^•"-•-»' 1P LETTERHEADS ENVELOPES CARDS STATEMENTS BOOKLETS PAMPHLETS -V YOU NAME IT 0 'iv Kf. tiru l* - ^ ..i • " s < mom 11^4 ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ . ...^^'^fe-^'TgMf ***** ' r- *!'.:•. % I U»

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