Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 15, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Try An Ad In The Leader "". STATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modern. New oil furnace. Built-in kitchen. Nice floors. Large double garage. 1 DKDROOM — modern, -*>-'!'cr heat. Good family po home. To- Income — 2 apartment house, oil furnace. Live In one and rent the other. 3 BEDROOM — all modern, gas furnace, easy to heal, low taxes, family room, double garage. 2 extra Bldg. lots. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story Auto, gas heal. All modern. Nice location. NEED MORE Home listings • have several ready buyers. SMALL BUNGALOW — o i i furnace, full cemented base- Trnf, extra land. Priced for s 'I--.k sale. ; 3EDROOM — Oil furnace, bath S half, garage, extra lot. \'ice location. $7,000. FOR RENT 2 NEW 2 BEDROOM apartments. Heal and water furnished. Carpeted living room. \/e. y nice. i^ED RENTALS — Homes. a • Apartments, list with me. FARMS ;i3A — 70 A. Til. Barn with i cow stanchlones, 2 cribs, •g house, chicken house, 3 .] 03oi home with garage. mi e f/om town. $6000 Dn. - ul <.ont/act. easy pay'ts. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf •0.1 JAI.E — Child's desk; $1 wr.it/- m t:il base cabinet; $3.50; Co.lte table. S2.00. I-honi 11113 or lender office. FOR SALE — $25,000.00 Carload Purchase PIANO SA1.K New spinet pianos, full B8 notes, with bench and delivery $479. Compares to $775, pianos. They'll go fast, so see us NOW. Many others hargins including new 2 manual ORGANS from $499. RKNIKlt'S. 531 Main. Dubuque, Iowa Your Hammond Organ Dealer G 2 FOR SALE: Farrowing stalls, 6 ft. long $28: 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 Long distance operator for above number. 54 FOR SALE — About SO shocks of com. in good condition. Evonson Bros.. Fayette, la. Tlx Used Machinery Model R J.D. spreader New Idea spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor 1952 Model 8N Ford tractor KB A 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. com 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 com 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 store ^carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER .John Deere and New Holland — Sales 8c Service —• Phone US Sumner, Iowa miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Attention Women. You can earn $35 or more a week in spare time supplying neighbors and friends in Fayette with Rawleigh Products. No investment. Write Rawleigh. Dept. IQG 203 CD 25 Freeport, 111. 7-1-x WANTED — A Blue male malt- ese kitten or what have you. Phone Blue 93 7-1-x Wanted to rent — 2 bedroom apt. or small home, phone Wadena 774-2126 7-1-x FOR RENT FOR RENT — New two bedroom apartment. Carpeted living room. Plenty of closets. Hot water heat and hot water furnished. Two blocks north of college. Can be seen from 12:30 until 5 p. m. or Dial Oelwein 283 1753. Mrs. Nellie Culver or Boh Culver. 7 -1 -x RnnourttEftiEiiTS WHEN TO TREAT A COLD At the first sneeze, runny nose, sore throat, watery eyes. It's much easier to check. Any druggist will pay back your 69c if three doses of BQ-4-6 tablets, taken a half hour apart, do not please you. You don't wait 4 hours between doses! Fast, easy, effective. Today at DANIELS DRUG. PIANO TUNING & REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends and neighbors for the cards and gifts we received for our anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pritchard 7-1-x CARD OF THANKS The Fayette American Legion Auxiliary would like to thank all those who helped make the Coffee Strip Christmas Club for orphans a success. We are especially grateful to Mr. Stoneman for the advance publicity. There were 2942 strips turned in. Please continue to save all kinds of strips for 1962. Mrs. Howard R. Johnson Child Welfare Chairman 7-1 CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere appreciation to my friends, neighbors and relatives for their expressions of sympathy and their many kindnesses shown during the loss of my beloved wife. John Hastings 7-1-x SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Quality Service Instead of Stamps Where Service Is Tops NOW HEAR THIS . . . :]•-.-' • • • v . ;.! • If the automatic nosil shuts off at $3.33 on %faniliUl of gas, that purchase wiH Har^i ^P 8 Services Industrial production Climbs $150 million Iowa's industrial production climbed $150 million last year to a total ol $5.4 billion, the Iowa Manufactures Association reported today. Meanwhile, agricultural produc turn increased 5452 million to a total of $2.. r )(M.00f).(XK). Those reports, based on estimates of the Iowa Development commission, show the continued parallel g.owth of two of the major .segments ot the state's economy, said Harry D. Linn, executive vice president of the I. M. A. Kxcept for the depression years in the early .'10's. the industrial output in Iowa has shown a steady increase since records were started in 1!H4. In that year, the production of the state's factories amounted to $31(1,749,974. The $1 billion mark was reached in 1942 and that figure was doubled by 1949. During 1952 an increase of $800 million brought the industrial production total to 3.5 billion. The $4 billion mark was reached in 1956 and in I960 the figure topped the $5 billion mark. "The growth of industry, and agriculture, in Iowa in 1961 when we were just beginning to pull out of a recession, are encouraging." Linn said. "The growth shows the healthy condition of the economy of this state and is a hopeful sign for the year ahead." S. C. S. dinner held The S. C. S. dinner was well attended Monday noon, at the Farm Bureau building. Polls were open for election of Chairman of Commissioners until 2 p. m. Incumbent Chairman Alfred Stewart was re-elected over E. W. "Lefty" Maurer by an exceptionally close vote. Glen Bennington. Harold Strong, and Millard Nelson Jr. served as election board. Chairman Stewart gave a good detailed report on the past year's activities of the district. Mr. Stewart spoke highly of the fine re ccption he received in Washington recently, from Congressman Brom well, and Senators Hickenlooper and Miller. The speaker p( the afternoon was C. R. Ballantyne. Extension Soil Conservationist. Mr. Ballantyne emphasised the need for consolidation and planning with fore-sight, if the various organizations of conservation are to receive needed general public support. He emphasised the need to "sell" the city and suburban public, if needed funds are to be forth-coming in the future. He em­ phasised that water shortage will rapidly become the nation's number one concern. At the present time, city dwellers are increasing water use at the alarming rate of one gallon per day. He pointed out that ALL factions and facets of conservation organizations are dependent on the VOTING PUBLIC Certificates of award for conservation achievement were presented to Mr. "Jack" Erickson of Wadena, and Mr. "Mike" Wiley of West Union. The very good dinner was prepared and served by the wives and daughters of the Soil Conservation Commissioners and Assistant Commissioners. Services held for Mrs. John Hastings Funeral services for Mrs. John Hastings, 81, were conducted on Wednesday, Feb. 7, at 10 a. m., from the St. Francis Catholic church in Fayette. The Rev. Lowell Shekleton officiated and interment was in the St. Francis cemetery near Fayette. Ethel Christine Holmes was born April 12, 1880. She spent her early years in the Fayette school and worked as a telephone operator for many years. She was married to John P. Hastings on April 17, 1907, and they lived southeast of Lima on a farm for 49 years. They then moved to Fayette and built a new home where she resided before her death. She is surviVed by her husband, two sisters, Mrs. Kittie Banning of Waterloo, and Mrs. Haze) Keeth of California. Also several nieces and nephews. Women's Bowling w Chases IGA 17 Maynard Coop Singer Plumbing 35 Harry's Cities Servic — ; -' r > Wilke and Wilke ... ..--M Fayette Speed Wash 17 II. I. G. — Viola Webb II. I. S. ~- Viola Webb 11. T. G. - Singer Plumbing II. T. S. — Chases IGA Men's Bowling Cox - Iliff vows were Solemnized recently L 21 28 33 33 38 51 191 51G .777 2313 Teams W 1, Theatre 01 27 Standard Oil .50 32 Vandersee ...51 37 Randalia Cheese ..48 40 Fireman ...40 48 49 Legion 29 59 Bills Super Valu .. ..2H GO 11. I. S. — Buzz KarN ... ..52G H. I. G. — D. Vaiulers ee .. .193 II. T. S. -- Fireman 2(173 H. T. G. — Fireman 1005 Ministers to decide Ministers have an important decision to make by April IS. 1962, if they want social security coverage. That is the final date for filing a waiver certificate to elect coverage if they have not already done so. If a minister files a waiver certificate by April 15. 19G2, he will receive coverage for 1960 and 19C1 providing he has at least $400 net earnings from his profession. There is no coverage for those who have less than $400 net earnings. Ask Internal Revenue Service for Form 2031 ( Waiver Certificate to Elect Social Security Coverage for Use by Ministers, Certain Members of Religious Orders, and Christian Science Practitioners ). This form must be filed with the Director of Internal Revenue. Marian Fay Iliff, dnughur of M\ and Mrs. Kny Iliff, of Fay ette. became the bride of David Christian Cox, son of Mr. and Mrs. William L. Cox, of Queens, New York, on Sunday, Feb. 4, in the Weslcyan Methodist church, in Fayette. The Rev. Richard Jnmicson per formed the double ring ceremony. Mary Jnmicson accompanied by- Barbara Baron, sang the "Wedding Prayer". The bride's floor length gown of lace and satin had a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves. Her veil edged in lace to match her gown fell from a crown headpiece which had a pearl pendant. She carried a pink rose arrangement on a white Bible. Karen Ash, Fayette, friend of the bride, served as maid of honor, wearing a royal blue street length dress of taffeta with an overskirt of Crystalette. Her accessories were white and her flowers were white Chrysanthemums. Don Rosegran, of Harring Park, N. J., a friend of the bridegroom, was bestman. Ushers were Larry Hart, of Winterset, a friend of the bridegroom and Lloyd Iliff, brother of the bride. The bride's mother wore a blue print silk dress with black accessories. U. I. U. class prepares Three one-act plays Three one-act plays, including an original play by two Upper Iowa University students, will be presented" Sunday March 4. in the Colgrove-Walker auditorium. The plays are a project of the acting and directing class which is under the direction of Mrs. William Esters, instructor of speech and drama. "If Men Played Cards as Women Do", by George Kauffman, will also be presented for the Founder's Day Program of the Oelwein P. T. A. as well as on campus. "In '62 There's More to Do" an original play presented for the first time, was written by Frank Smith and Tom Wemette both of Lime Springs. The characters -are the Devil and the Seven Deadly Sins and the action takes place in Hell. The third play to be presented is "The Beau of Bath" a poetic play by Constance D'Arcy Mackay. Curtain time is slated for 4 p. m. and the event is open to the public without charge. New vehicles licensed Twenty new cars and four new trucks were registered last week in the office of the Fayette county treasures office. Merlin or Mary Brause, Fayette, Ford; Olga Tonne, Hawkeye, Chevrolet; Glenn or Glenna Leamon, Oelwein, Rambler; Roy or Florence Putnam, Oelwein, Ford; Elmer Wilken, Syracuse, Nebr., Ford Truck; Celia Andreae, Arlington, Chevrolet; Donald Kissinger, West Union, Mercury; John or Alfred Gosse, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Chicago Great Western Railway, Oelwein, Chevrolet Panel truck; LaVerne" Bane, Oelwein, Chevorlet; Donald or Donna Jellings, Oelwein, Rambler; Harold or Nellie VanDenover, Oelwein, Rambler; John McKoon, Maynard, Rambler; Paul Miller, Oelwein, Ford; Herbert Wetlaufer, Oelwein, Oldsmoblle; Clermont Cooperative, Clermont, Ford Truck; Craig or Alice Foster, Oelwein, Ford; American Agriculture Chemical Co., Oelwein, Plymouth; William, Zacharlas, Oelwein, Oldsmo­ blle; LaVern or Donna Bachman, Oelwein, Chevrolet; )Lowell or Carol Klotz, Oelwein, Ford; Gerald Johnson, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Reuben or Bertha Clermont Butlkofer, Clermont, Mercury; war Worthy Winners meet The Westfield Worthy Winners met Saturday, Feb. 10, in the Farm Bureau building in Fayette, with Mary Manson and Marsha Frey as hostesses. ""Fabrics in the Bedroom" was a talk given by Janice Stannqrd. There was a discussion on types of girls and the fabrics each would use in her bedroom. Jo Ellen gave a talk on"A Neater Roomier Closet". Linda Niles demonstrated "drawing a Room to Real" to help when doing record books. Louise Pickett gave a talk "Helpful (lints in Bedmaking". She stressed the different kinds of sheets. The next meeting will be held March 10 in the' Farm Bureau building hi Fayette, Season to close Open season on cottontail and Jackrabblts ends at 0 p. m., Feb. 18, the State Conservation Commission reminded today. The rabbit harvest, while not up to the banner season of 1958 and'59, was better than 1960 - '61 in spite of the heavy snows' which kept many hunters Indoors, according to game officials. Game is still available for Iowa nimrods, however, The Commission's game section reports a high fox population and there are always plenty or crows to test the hunter's shooting eye, There is a' continuous open season on crow,, red and gray fox, and coyote. When parents are unable to answer the children's questions it's a sign that the 4ids are growing up. Federated clubs meet The general meeting of the Federated clubs of Fayette was held Monday, Feb. 12, in the Porter dining room. Winners in the Fashion-sewing contest, sponsored by the General Federation of Women's clubs in cooperation with Vogue Patter Service, were Miss Joyce Oelberg, in the Junior department and Mrs. Grover Douglas in the club member division. Miss Oelberg is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Oelberg, of Fayette. Officers for the coming year were elected. They are president, Mrs. Russell Swartz; vice president, Mrs. Jack Beck; secretary, Mrs. Charles Jones; treasurer, Mrs. Larry Riley. A reception was held til the Fayette Farm Bureau building where a two tiered wedding cake, decorated in hire and wh'te ecu t TI (1 the b ide's table. l-'o traveling the I; !•.!• gold and blue g>ecu blouson knit dress ,iiitl black accessories. The couple will live at 422>,fc N. Frederick in Oelwein. Mr. Cox is attending Upper Iowa university. MAYNARD LOCALS Austin Henton is a surgical patient in an Iowa City hospital. Week-end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrnder were their daughter in law. Mrs. Herbert Schradcr, Ronald and .lean, Davenport. Other guests for dinner on Sunday. Feb. 4, were their granddaughter, Mrs. Tom Koranda, her husband and family. Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Schradcr, Barbara and Dennis. Mrs. Ward Masters has returned to her home here following surgery in the Oelwein hospital. Mrs. Lucile Taylor was taken to the Oelwein hospital Thursday, Feb. 8 following a fall at her home south of town when she suffered a broken ankle. Mr. and Mrs. George Betz entertained their card club at their home Wednesday evening, Feb. 7. Prizes for high score went to Francis Smith and Mrs. Robert Eldridge and for low score to Arthur Thompson. Mrs. Eldridge received the traveling prize also. Lunch was served by Mrs. Betz. Diane Wagner, Gilbertville, was a week-end guest in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gilley and Mrs. Hollis Windenburg left Wednesday, Feb. 7, for points in southern California where they will spend the remainder of the month visiting relatives. ' Techniaal Sar#unt Norman Masters, who has spent tb» past several days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Musters, left Monday, Feb. 12, for Fort Brngg, N. Card.', where he Is stationed with the Army. Other visitors in the Masters home are their ether son, Captain Rex Masters, who Is with •he A"mv in • Jfoilbronn, Germany, nil thei'' (laughter, Mrs. Harold .!• tnison. Fa-itiinftton, N. Mex. Diane Wngne\ Gilbe ville. was a week end guest of her aunt, Mrs. Francis Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Potratz, Oelwein, were Sunday afternoon guests of Mrs. Emilie Bencke. Henry Henniges was in Oelwein Thursday, Feb. 8, to attend the 51st wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gremmels. Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and her mother, Mrs. Clara Winkler, assisted by Mrs. Vern Gilson, Oelwein, entertained 20 members of the Maple Grove club of rural Oelwein at the Kappmeyer home Thursday, Feb. 8, beginning with a 1 p. m. potluck luncheon. Mrs. Winkler is the last of the 10 charter members of the club. It's the rich man who doesn't hesitate to ask the store clerk to show him something cheaper. Work like sixty in the '60s and you won't have to have to work like sixty after you're 60. snuNomiN AMHKA'S HACI romv BUT U.S. SAVINGS ONDS YOUIIHMUIH AMItXA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY <K. asm , aana ananas SWINCiSlHONDS Be Sure To Come To The COOKING SCHOOL TUESDAY, FEB. 20 — 7:30 P. M. — LEGION HALL Fayette, Iowa PEOPLES NATURAL GAS FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Water St. Payette, Iowa 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. low* TRY AH AD IN TUB LEADER IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE This week is a good time to reflect on the many wonders that electricity performs at the flick of a switch. It's also a good time to add to your staff of electrical servants ... a good time to see the bargains at your appliance store. Modern living is so much easier, happier, healthier and relaxing. It is appropriate that National Electrical Week should be observed at the time of Thomas Edison's birthday. His contributions to modern living are well known. NOW-during National Electrical Week-is the time to visit your appliance dealer for a demonstration of the new electric dishwashers, ranges, freezers-you'jl be glad you *dld. 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