Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 8, 1962 · Page 6
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February 8, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Try An Ad In The Leader WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modern. New oil furnace. Built-in kll- <•.-.-. ^| re floo-s. Large • n age. " — modern, ' • i' Good family -n income — 2 apartment house, oil furnaco. Live in one and rent the other. 3 BEDROOM — all modern, gas furnace, easy to heat, low taxes, family room, double garage. 2 extra Bldg. lots. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story. Auto, gas heat. All modern. Nice location, MEED MORE Home listings ' 'vc sive al ready buyers. 1 \'.L RUNGALOW — .v.c, full cemented base- t, xl a land. Priced for ,lb. FOR RENT 2 NZW 2 BEDROOM apartments. Heat and water furnished. Carpeted living room, /c y nice. J3ED RENTALS — Homes 0 Apa. tmcnts, list with me. FARMS <.3A — 70 A. Til. Barn with ,3 cow stanchiones, 2 cribs, Ley house, chicken house, 3 Bedroom home with garage. 1 mile from town. $6000 Dn. Bal contract, easy pay'ts. 200 A. — Near Sumner- excellent Producer — ail good buildings - Very fine home. Contract. This Is a good one. Contaci VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. I 'OR SALE — 144 acre farm. E. T. W\ unei• e. t;ite. Located north- i,i u ui M.iynaid. Terms can be uj.^i )„td. bliovv'ii on appointment. Pnone Oelwein 283-35G9. D. J. Kafti.s & Son. 45-tf FOR SALE — Side arm heater with new range boiler and stand. Heavy duty oil burner, Run type. I'hone 274. CI x FOR SALE — Child's desk; $1 white metal base cabinet. $.').. r >(); Coffee table. $2.01). Phone HIW or Lender office. FOR SALE — 1949 Ford Phone 2C5. Wagner's Radio and T V Service. 1 FOR SALE — $25,000.00 Carload Ptirclia.se PIANO SALK New spinet pianos, full 88 notes, with bench and delivery $-179. Compares to $775, pianos. They'll go fast, so see us NOW. Many others bargins including new 2 manual ORGANS from $499. RENIER'S, !">:)1 Main, Dubuque, Iowa Your Hammond Organ Dealer C2 FOR SALE: Farrowing stalls, 6 ft. long $2(1; 7 ft. long $29; Spruce floor $1.95. See it and order now while the price is right. Phone Royal Smith 428 2085 Randalia or lx>ng distance operator for atxive number. 54 FOR SALE — 2 Console television sets; Frigidaire automatic OPPORTUNITY MAN OR WOMAN Reliable person from this area, to serve ami collect from automatic dispensers. No selling. Age not essential. Car, references, and $1100.00 working capital necessary. 7 to 12 bonis weekly nets excellent monthly income. Possibility fill I time work. For local interview give phone and full particulars. Write P. O. »ox piY.i, Richfield, Minn. 5-1-x MEN - WOMEN. We establish you in your own btisin.ss on t..ir capital. No investment. No experience necessary to start. Part or full time. Small cities and towns best. P.O. Box 505, Winona, Minn. CT-x WHEN TO TREAT A COLD At the first sneeze, runny nose, sore throat, watery eyes. It's much easier to check. Any drug gist will pay back your G9e if three doses of HQ | (J tablets, taken a half hour apart, do not please you. You don't wait 4 hours between doses! Fast, easy, effect ive. Today at DANIELS DRUG. PIANO TUNING A REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 washer. R. K. McLeese. 6-1 miscellaneous Wanted WANTED AT ONCE — Local woman to supply consumers in Fayette with Rawleigh Products. Can earn $.'55 or more weekly in spare time. No investment. Write Rewleigh Dept. IAB-203 CD-24 Freeport, 111. C 1-x Used Machinery Model R J.D. spreader New Idea spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor 1952 Model 8N Ford trac tor KBA 11 ft. J.D. wheel disc 10 ft. David Bradley tandem disc 2—H J. D. tractors and hydraulic lift cultivators 1948 Model 8N Ford tractor 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. tractor 1944 B J.D. tractor Ferguson spreader Unloading auger attachment for flare box 'Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery In our tiore carrying the Value Checked •ticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGEP. John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner. Iowa TROUBLE-FREE TRANSPORTATION I960—CORVAIR 4 -Dr. Sedan, fully equipped. 1959—FORD 4-Dr. Sedan V-8, Standard Transmission, Radio & Heater. 1958—MERCURY 4 -Dr. Sedan, Mercomatlc, Radio and Heater. 1956—CADILLAC 62 4-Dr. Sedan, Fully Equipped. 1956—CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Wagon V-8 Powergllde, Power Steering, Power Brakes, New Paint Job. 1954—FORD 2-Dr. Sedan V-8, Straight Transmission. 1953—CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Sedan, Straight Transmission. TRUCKS 1955—CHEVROLET M-Ton Panel 1951—CHEVROLET 2-Ton. Complete with 16 ft. platform and box. WARDELL CHEVROLET Phone 283-1331 Oelwein, Iowa For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Quality Service Instead of Stamps Where Service Is Tops 1 I0W HEAR THIS .. . If the automatic noeil shuts off at $3.33 on a j^nk fill of gas, that purchase wiH be free this week. Harry's Cities Service rotary plows which are stationed throughout the stale were rushed into the southwest district, one coming from ('!.•»ion. another from Sioux City and another from Osk aloosa. The sti in ended Saturday morning and the rotary plows were making their way to the southwest district even a:; the storm was ending and were working on tlie highways Saturday afternoon. Commission maintenance engine ers said that primary highway snow removal operations proceed ed so rapidly following the storm that four days later "we were ready for another .storm." "We didn't have highways in perfect shape by then, but if another storm had followed, we could have made a good effort," the engineers said. Highway construction contracts During 6 months total $25,838,646 Men's Bowling Teams Theatre Standard Oil . Vandersees .. Randalia cheese Ott's Drive in Fireman W __r>H .53 .45 ..3H ..37 Legion 28 Bills Super Vain --27 II. I. G. R. Daniels II. I. S. R. Daniels II. T. G. Standard Oil II. T. S. Standard Oil L 20 31 34 3!) 40 47 50 57 .228 .575 KKX) 2910 Construction contracts awarded during the six months period which ended Dec. 31, 1901, totaled $25,838.040 the Iowa State Highway Commission reported today. During the period, contracts awarded totaled $11,037,448 for the regular primary system. $11,030,813 for the Interstate, $$270,800 for institutional roads, and $3,449,584 for farm to-market roads. Primary road contracts awarded included 13 miles of paving at $1,007,728 ; 29 miles of pavement widening at $739,688 ; 215 miles of asphaltic concrete pavement resurfacing without widening at $3,923, (105; seven miles of asphaltic concrete pavement at $588,742 ; 51 miles of grading $1,718,036; 59 miles or surfacing at $114,770 ; 36 bridges and 102 culverts at $1,822,128. and miscellaneous totaling $521,888. Interstate road construction contracts awarded included 19 miles of paving at $5,248,064; eight miles of asphaltic concrete pavement at Women's Bowling flnnouncEmEnTS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank everyone for their cards and gifts I received at the hospital and at home. Paul Voshel 6 1 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my patrons for their business in the past, and to express my appreciation for their consideration during my illness. Also I wish to thank Richard Smirl for his help at this time. Earl Masters 0-1 x LOST & FOUND LOST — Small brown plastic change purse with snap, containing about $1.70. Jimmy Alderson, or contact the Leader office. 0-1 Snow removal Costly to state Labor costs for removal of snow from the state's primary and Interstate roads totaled approximately $813,000 during December, the Iowa State Highway Commission reported today. Labor costs for the December 1 through December 15 period totaled $363,467 and for the last half of the month were estimated at $450,000. The 24.4 inches of snow for the central Des Moines area during the month was the greatest on record and the 10.5 inches of snow during December 22 and 23 was the second greatest 24-hour fall. In addition to labor costs, the Commission said, there were additional costs for salt and sand used on the highways, equipment wear and damage," fuel, etc. These costs haven't yet been totaled. The Commission estimates that during a normal year snow and ice removal costs will total between two and three-quarters and four million dollars. During and following the December 22-23 storm, the Commission said, stalled automobiles, trucks and semi-trailers caused more trouble for operators of snow-fighting equipment than did the snow. The storm of December 22-23 brought a shuffling of equipment. Three of the Commission's 16 big W L Chase's IGA 43 21 Maynard Coop 36 28 Harry's Cities Service 35 29 Singer Plumbing 31 33 Wilke and Wilke 30 34 Fayette Speed Wash 17 47 II. I. G. Ruth Ash 155 II. I. S. Lois Ingels 435 II. T. G. Wilke and Wilke ....765 II. T. S. Wilke and Wilke ....2178 19 cars licensed In Fayette county Nineteen new cars were registered in the Fayette County Treasurers office last week. Lorence or Clarence Muehle- thaler, Elgin, Chevrolet; Dwain or Ruby Mabb, West Union, Ford; Richard Chicken, West Union, Ford; Dale Sulivan, West Union, Chevrolet; James or Justine Nesvik. West Union, Mercury; Janice Linder, Oelwein, Ford; Jamal Richards, Oelwein, Studebaker; Jon Downer, Aurora, Chevrolet; Robert Culver, Fayette, Buick; The Falb Company, Elgin, Cadilac; James or Lois Rector, Arlington, Chevrolet; Marie Teisinger, Oelwein, Pontiac; Raymond or Dorothy Short, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Patrick or Kathleen, Oelwein, Ford; Victor or Clara Schmitt, West Union, Plymouth; Interstate Power Co. Oelwein, Falcon; Floyd Johnson. West Union, Pontiac; Willard or Orpha Rutherford, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Mardelle or William Noble, Oelwein, Lincoln. For Those That Have Always Cherished The Thought of Owning A U. S. GOVERNMENT POST OFFICE BUILDING . . . We have listed the Post Office Building in Fayette! This building is in good repair, has a five- year lease remaining with the Government! A prime location two doors from the bank on Main Street of Fayette 1 Call us on this one NOW I FARM HOME FOR RENT! GEORGE B. WOODARD, JR —Real Etlote A Insurance- Phono 505 Weit Union, la. Two licenses issued Two marriage licenses were issued last week in the Fayette County Clerk of Court office. They were to: Mildred Eleanor Mirth, 47, of Oelwein and Chester Reeves Copeland, 45, of Dubuque; Barbara Anne Krueger, 18, and Kent Eugene Nydegger, 21, both of Elgin. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS $2,084,921; nine miles or grading at $1,710,385; 15 bridges and 40 culverts at $1,597,088, and miscellaneous. $440, 352. Institutional road sy-tem con struction contracts awarded in eluded one mile of paving at $135,411; nine-tenths of a mile of as­ phaltic concrete pavement resurfacing without widening at $20.1152; one mile of asphaltic concrete pavement at $-18,260, eight-tenths of a mile of stabilized base and bituminous surfacing at $33,452; one mile of grading at $14,282; one mile of surfacing at $5,410, and 2 culverts at $13,129. Farm to market road system construction contracts awarded included 10 miles of paving at $290,794; 15 miles of stabilized base and bituminous surfacing at $259,488; 96 miles of grading at $835,026; 386 miles of surfacing at $718,720 ; 34 bridges and UG culverts at $1,340,337, and miscellaneous at $5,216. be the entire family. The establishment of a new position of Assistant Commissioner of Social Security with responsibility for coordinating related programs of the Bureau of Family Services and the Children's Bureau, as well as to stimulate the development of community resources for strengthening family welfare. Re-elected director Leallen Knox, Wadena, was reelected a director of Iowa Mutual Tornado Insurance Association for a three-year term at the firm's annual meeting held in Des Moines in the home office on Monday, Jan. 15. Knox has been a director of IMT since 1956. He is also an agent and director of the Farmers Mutual Insurance Association, Arlington. Federal grants administered By public assistance program Honored with shower The senior high school girls held a shower for Marian Iliff Wednesday evening, Jan. 31, at the home of Dayna Dumermuth. The girls presented Miss Iliff an ironing board and pad, also a "Service for Six" silverware set. Lunch was served by Dayna and her mother at the close of the evening. One civil case filed One Civil case was filed recently in the Fayette County Clerk of Courts office. The First National Bank of Sumner vs. Ross Carroll, Law Attachment, $425, interest and costs. This would be a better world if we had more wild life in our forests and less in the big cities. First Federal grants for the new year to public assistance programs administered by Iowa were announced by James W. Doarn, Regional Director for the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare in Kansas City, Missouri. Mr. Doarn said that for all categories the Federal advances for the first three months of 1962 to Iowa would total $8,307,980.04, including $5,430,198.82 for old-age assistance; $201,658.85 for aid to the blind, $2,559,903.29 for aid to dependent children, and $116,219.08 for aid to the disabled. In accordance with the money formula in the law, Mr. Doarn said, the Federal share ranges from 40 to 77 percent of the total estimated expenditures of the States for their assistance programs. In announcing the first 1962 Federal grants, Mr. Doarn said that all States in Region VI are making changes in their welfare programs to conform with new rules laid down in early December by Secretary Abraham Ribicoff of the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare. Secretary Ribicoff an- nouced 10 changes in administration of the Federal welfare programs, and these will require action by State welfare agencies to meet conformity requirements of the Federal statutes. "These changes," said Mr. Doarn "are designed to promote rehabilitation services and to develop a family-centered approach; to provide children with adequate support and protective services, and to reshape the Federal administrative structure so that it will be more helpful to the States in accomplishing these ends. "Meanwhile," he added, "invitations have gone out to all State welfare administrators to attend a three day conference in Washington January 29-31, with Secretary Ribicoff and his staff. The Secretary also plans to offer Congress various legislative proposals providing other improvements in the Federal welfare programs." Among Secretary Ribicoffs administrative decisions which are now being implemented, Mr. Doarn mentioned More effective methods for locating deserting parents. Administrative improvements to reduce and control fraud, although independent investigation reveals that the proportion of ineligible persons who receive assistance is not more than 1.5 percent. Provision for reserving children's additional income without deduction from public assistance payments. This reserve would be used for appropriate future needs such as preparation for employment and education. j Renaming the Bureau of Public Assistance as the Bureau of Family Services to emphasize the Nation's concern for a variety of helpful services; and that the object must TRY AN AD IN THE LEADER IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE "PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY ELIA KAZAN'S PRODUCTION OF W t GtfASS SK'K'.,WILLIAM INGE •TARRtNQ NATALIE WOOD AUDREY CHRISTIE 1NO INTRODUCING TECHNICOLOR® WARNER BROS SUNSET THEATRE Sumner, Iowa Sun. - Mon. - Tues Feb. 11-12-13 FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Water St. Fayette, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Fayelie 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 r TRACE-MINERAL BLUSALT is here now! *• "And are we cow* glad I There's nothing like, Stirling Blusalt to give us full-time protection again&t trace-mineral deficiencies. Blusalt contains manganese, Iron, aulfate sulfur, copper, cobalt, lodjna and zinc—blended with hlghr quality salt, the ideal natural carrier." STERLING SALT PUTS A PLUS IN FEEDING PROGRAMS Products of International Salt Company Authorized Blusalt Dealers BIG GAIN PRODUCTS WEST UNION, IOWA Circle The Day - February 20 Note The Time 7:30 P. Me GALL A FRIEND AND PLAN TO ATTEND THE COOKING DEMONSTRATION AMERICAN LEGION BUILDING p R |? £ Recipes — Door Prize* — Coffee ESPECIALLY FOR YOU FROM Peoples Natural Gas 5

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