Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on January 18, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, January 18, 1962
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p§tf^| miscellaneous Wanted •V. FOR SM,£ — 144 acre farm. E. '1'. Wi;;ni .r < -:,.u>. Located north- cast of Maynard. Terms can be .'in.'iRfjrd. Shown on appointment. Phone Oelwein 283-3569. D J. Haftis & Son. 45-tf FOR SALE — 1961 Corvalr pickup <>.im actual miles • Save $400. .lark Reck ph. 31 FOR SALE — 1949 Olds. In good condition. Also large sainsonite luggage. Mrs. Stella Lund. 3-1-x WANTED — Refrigeration *er- vice and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf WANTED — Attention Women. You can earn $.1 > or more it week in spare time supplying neighbors and friends in Fayette with Ilaw- Icigh Products. No investment. Write Riiwleigh, Dept. IAA-203- CD25 Freeport, III. 3-1-x SPINET PIANO — like new, can be seen near here. Substantial Savings to responsible party. All details arranged without expense or obligation. Write IOWA PIANO CO. 2330 University, Des Moines, Iowa. 3 lx finnouncemEnTS FOR RENT ~ Large, modern apartment, available immediately. Inquire E. S. Estey, phone 35, West Union. 2-tf Used Machinery Model R J.D. spreader New Idea spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor 1952 Model 8N Ford tractor H J.D. tractor and hydraulic lift cultivator KBA 11 ft. J.D. wheel disc 10 ft. David Bradley tandem disc 2—No. 290 J.D. corn planters Model L J.D. spreader H J.D. spreader Case tractor spreader Hydraulic manure loader F20 IHC tractor 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self- propelled combine with corn head . , . . • MM-Z tractor 1948 B J.D. traitor 1944 B J.D. tractor Ferguson spreader. Unloading auger attachment for flare box •Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner, Iowa CARD OF THANKS I am sincerely grateful to my neighbors and relatives for cards, food and flowers. Also thanks to Jtev. Betke for his prayers while I was in the hospital and calls at our home. Mrs. John Solomon CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of the people who remembered Howard Sullivan at Christmas time with cards and gifts, and especially those who took time to write letters. They were very much appreciated during his stay at the Oakdale Sanitarium. Margaret Sullivan and Daughters }J To speak at Maynard Maynard — Professor Richard Clark from the Upper Iowa University, Fayette, will be the guest speaker at the county meeting of the American Legion posts and auxiliary to be held at the Maynard Community hall Tuesday, Jan. 23. He will tell of his recent trip to Russia and show slides of pictures taken while there. REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 4 BEDROOM — modern, stoker heat. Good family type home. NEED RENTALS — Homes or Apartments, list with me. 3 BEDROOM — alt modem, gas furnace, easy to heat, tow taxes, family room, deubfe garage. 2 extra Bldg. lots. 2 BEDROOM — 1 sfcary- Aaio. gas beat. AS zood- era. Nice location. NEED MORE Home listings have several ready buyers. SMALL BUNGALOW — oil furnace, full cemented basement, extra land Priced for quick sale. FARMS 200 A. — Near Sumner- excellent Producer — all good buildings • Very fine home, contact. This Is a good one. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette. la. SUMNER REALTY CO. For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Quality Service Instead of Stamps Where Service Is Tops NOW HEAR THIS . . . If the automatic noeil shuts off at $3.33 on a tank fill of gas, that purchase wiH be free this week. Harry's Cities Service HEY YOU BOWLERS Enjoy America's FAVORITE PASTIME All Team* & Individual Bowlers Welcome SEE OUR SELECTION OF — • Bowling Balls ~ Bowling Shoes — Bowling Bags Bowl Where YOM See The Magic Triangle — 8 ALLEYS — LILAC Automatic •"•v. .Jff Pinsetters Wast Union, Iowa Siearn - Nelson vows are read in Illinois The marriage of Eva May Nelson, of Genoa, 111., and Allan Stearns, of Rockford, III., was solemnized Saturday, Dec. 16, in St. .John Lutheran church in Syea more. The Rev. Donald S. Ryding officiated at the double ring ceremony in the presence of the immediate families. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Vernon Schnor, of Hawkcye, and Jesse Nelson, of De Knlh, III. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stohr, of Wcstgatc, announce, the. engagement of their daughter, Sandra Kay, to Harold Lee Schneider, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emll Schneider, of Pairbank. No date has been set for the wedding. The bride- elect Is employed at the Lutheran Mutual Insuranco Company, of Waverly, and her fiance is employed at the State Bank of Fayette, In Fayette. Barry - Turner vows read In St. Francis church here Four civil actions Filed past week Four civil actions were filed in the county clerk of court's office during the past week. They are as follows: , VVestgate Elevator Co. vs. Donald F. Tellin, Promissory Note, $421.90 interest and cost. Consolidated Service Inc. vs Donald L. Kimball and Mary E. Kimball, Foreclosure of Chattel Mortgage, $2585.25 interest and cost. Dorothy Pearl Breeding vs. Joseph Breeding, divorce. Mercy Hospital vs. Melvin Bond, $37.08, interest and cost. lace over green taffeta. Floyd Coan,,^of, Genoa, Hi., and uncle of the brfde served as best- man. Following the cermony, a reception for 36 guests was held in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William James with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Coan as hosts. The couple wijl make their home at I23V& Regan street, Rockford, 111. 'Hie bride is a 1961 graduate of the Sumner High school and has been employed as an operator for the DeKalbOgle Telephone company of DeKalb, 111. The groom is a 1957 graduate of the Fayette High school, and is now employed by Nntional Lock in Rockford, M. Mrs. Alfred Steam, ol Fayette. The bride wore a white brocaded sheath dress with matching jacket trimmed in white fur and a white fur hat. Korean Schnor, of Hawkeye, sister of the bride was bridesmaid. She wore a dress of ecru Most youngsters think there are only three seasons in the year- baseball, football and basketball. Poinsettas and Christmas growls decorated the altar at St. Frtncis of Assisi church at Fayette, Wednesday. Dec. 27, for the wcdai'r><{ of Donna Turner of Cedar Rapids,\ and .lames Barrv, of Long Beach, Calif. The Rev. Lowell Shekleton preformed the 11 a. m. double ring ceremony. Jean Belscher. of Arlington, sang "Ave Marie" and "The Lord's Praper". accompanied by Linda Elliot, of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Turner, cl FayeHe. are :be bride's parents izti hnde-jmom U the son of Be late 1L-- ao& Mrs. EcVard Harry, nt Sorsner. C-'-'its in. tstamaigt Ssy Sur father, --".ft iruii -sens * gzwi cftar-iS- i.7 Ues- wzr res tnMte& and taffeta- The goxri had a tor.g sleeved, fitjfcd bodice with a scalloped circular neckline jeweled with sequins and pearls. The full circular gathered skirt featured a bustle-type back of french tulle ruffles cascading down the back. An elbow length veil of silk English illusion was caught in an open work crown of seed pearls topped with beads with rhinestone and crystal boreaulis center. Holly leaves and berries were featured in the cascade bouquet of fugi mums which the bride carried. Barbara Fish, of Cedar Rapids, friend and roommate of the bride was maid of honor and Kathleen Barry, of Sumner, sister of the bridegroom was bridesmaid. They wore red peau de soie gowns, with fitted bodice and cowl necklines, elbow length sleeves and bouffant skirts with bows at the waistline. They wore white fur head pieces and carried matching white fur muffs with a red rose arrangement pinned to them. The bridegroom 's cousin's Harold Barry, of Ames was his best- man and Tom Mitchell, of Hawkeye, served as attendent. Ushers were Veryl Burghardt, of Sumner, a friend and James Turner, of Arlington, a cousin of the bride. The men wore formal black tuxedos. The bride 's mother chose a coco colored sheath dress' with brown toned accessories for her daughters wedding. A dinner reception was held at the Maynard Community hall after the ceremony. A four-tiered wedding cake decorated in the bride 's colors featured holly branches around the base The cake was cut by Mrs. Alfred Turner, of Arlington, aunt of the bride, and Louis Kurasbt of Waucoma, aunt of the bridgroom. Mrs. Lee Gelste- kernper, of Stanley and Mrs. Bob Weldeman, of Sumner, friends of the bride, poured the punch and Mrs. Clair Ross, of Oelwein served the coffee. Assisting the couple with the gifts were Linda Elliot and Arlene Duchecek friends of the bride. Gail Watson, cousin of the bride, was at the guest book. Reception hostesses were Mrs. Earl J. Bellington. of Cedar Rapids sister of the bride and Mrs. Alfred Burghardt, Sumner, a friend. The bride chose a biege wool jersey sheath dress with brown accessories for her wedding trip. The bride is a graduate of West Central Community school and a Senior at St. Luke's School of Nursing in Cedar Rapids. The bridegroom is also a graduate of West Central and is with the United States Navy, stationed at Long Beach, Calif. Tell some people you can't get along without them and before long you can't get along with them. 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 FAYETTE THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Jan. 18 - 19 - 20 DAVID JANSSEN JOYCE TAYLOR In RING OF FIRE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. Jan. 21 - 22 - 23 SANDRA DEE JOHN GAVIN In TAMMY TELL ME TRUE Ten of our states still spend less than $200 per child per year on nil education costs, and still wonder why we have so few scientists. FOR SALE At my home 3 miles south and V4 mile west of Randalia. 1—Frigidaire Thrifty - 30 Electric range, white lifetime porcelain finish 4 radiantube surface cooking units. 1—Walnut Buffet — top is 66" x 20". 1—Wooden bed 1—lge, extension table. 1—work table - chairs 1—Streamliner pressure cooker, capacity 9 pint or 7 quart glass jars — has wire canning .basket and dual pans. 1— G.E. auto, skillet, 12 inch size. Handle has temp, control, selector and chart. I— Ige. size heavy aluminum roaster 1—New West Bend auto, elec. 9 cup coffee percolator 1—Copper wash boiler Other kitcAen utensils CARRIE V:TALC0TT Randalia, Iowa, Rt 1 Phone Maynard 1805 THE BEST WAY TO DRY CLOTHES 4 > SUNSET THEATRE Sumner, Iowa Sun. - Mon. - Tues Jan. 21 - 22 - 23 ElBIl AJJVEMTURB t,\ ' ' CONNMMBpNMU ammcoft AUTOMATIC An automatic gas clothes dryer is better than sunshine. It's always on the Job with no worries about storm clouds ... no winds to whip and tear your clothes. Every load is soft, sweet, fluffy. An automatic gas clothesdryer Is better than other kinds. Gas is faster, so you'll dry nearly two loads in your gas dryer for every load dried by other fuels. And gas is so thrifty, it's just like getting four out of iive loads dried free. LIVE MODERN... FOR LESS ...WITH GAS PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Office Between Fayette Leader & Theatre ~ Clifford Hayes, Mgr. — Phone 266 LIVE MODERN...FOR LES3.~WITH NATURAL OAS '<i »'r V-TIT . ' ) if-

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