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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Fayette School News Try An Ad In The Leader REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modern. Now ell furnace. Built-in kitchen. Nice floors. Large double garage. 4 BEDROOM — modern, stoker heat. Good family type home. For Income — 2 apartment house, ell furnace. 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. Auio. gas heal. All modern. Nice location, NEED MORE Home listings have several ready buyers. SMALL BUNGALOW — oil furnace, full cemented base- mtnf, extra land. Priced for quick sale. 2 BEDROOM — Oil furnace, bath & half, garage, extra lot. Nice location. $7,000. FOR RENT 2 NEW 2 BEDROOM apartments. Heat and water furnished. Carpeted living room. Very nice. NEED RENTALS - Homes or Apartments, list with me. FARMS 123A - 70 A. Til. Barn with IS cow stanchlones, 2 cribs, hoQ house, chicken house, 3 Bedroom home with garage. 1 mile from town. $6000 Dn. Bal contract, easy pay'ts. Contact VICTOR L DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. flliscellaneous fotSale FOR SALE - Child's desk; $1 white metal base cabinet; $3.50; Coffce table, $2.00. Phone 11R3 or Leader office. 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. 8-4 flliscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf FOR RENT FOR RENT Frank Davis, — Garage, Mrs. G12 King street 8-1 flnnouiuJEmEins 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 or BQ-f-G 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. Men's Bowling taaguc Bowling Results Teams W L Theatre 01 31 Standard Oil --00 32 Vandersee 52 40 Randalia Cheese 49 43 Fireman 43 49 Otts Drive In 42 50 Bills Super Valu 32 GO Legion 2!) G3 H. I. G. — Rusty Even-Us ...550 II. I. G. - John Fav 550 H. I. S. - John F ;iv 225 H. T. G. - Standard Oil ....1006 H. T. S. Standard Oil 2966 Little Chats on RESPONSIBLE PERSON Reliable man or woman full or part time, to service route of automatic vending machines. No selling. $990 cash required. Route established locally for operator. Return of investment guaranteed in writing. Car necessary. If you have the necessary capital & able to take over at once, write briefly about your background & include phone number for personal interview. Pak Dist. Co. Dept. B. 4150 Central Av. Mpls. 21 Minn. 8-2-x WANTED AT ONCE — Local woman to supply consumers in Fayette with Rawleigh Products. Can earn $35 or more weekly in spare time. No investment. Write Rawleigh Dept. IAB-203 CD-24 Freeport, HI. 8-1-x ELECTROLUX (r) - Sales and Service. Jerry Hardcastle, Rep. Ph. 32, Fayette, Iowa. 8-4-x 62nd Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pritchard of Fayette recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. Mrs. Pritchard has six sisters and one brother living. PIANO TUNING. & REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 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 husband. Mrs. Harriett McElrec Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Nutter and daughter. Lebanon, Mo. and the McElree children 8-1-x CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks and grateful appreciation to our friends and neighbors who were so kind and thoughtful during the illness and death of our beloved wife and mother Elgia Wooldridge. The beautiful flowers, cards letters and acts of kindness were appreciated more than words can express. There will be two memorials: one at the Fayette library, and one at the First Methodist church of Fayette. Lysle Wooldridge and Family 8-1-x Public Notice First Grade — Mrs. Scheidel On Wednesday afternoon, we had our Valentines Day party. Our envelopes were full of pretty valentines for each of us. Julie Clark and Brenda Alshouse brought cookies, and Denise Pattison brought candy bars for us to eat at our party. In science we learned that most animals have teeth. The chief feature of rodents are their incisor teeth. These teeth, used in gnawing, grow continually. Otherwise, they would soon become stumps. The other teeth do not grow and are used in many ways such as grinding, cutting, tearing, and bone-crushing. We are working hard to learn the meaning and value of the different coins in numbers class. Hubbell, Keith Himmel, Kathy Popenhagen, Bobby Nefzger, and Becky McGce. The other was presented by Ellen Johnson, Charlene Smith, and Vicki Crafton. Mary Manderfield won a prize for making the most words out of the word Seventh Grade dy. Everyone took his turn passing out valentines from the pretty box made by Mary Schmidt. Jim Mohlis observed his 12th birthday Feb. 6. TROUBLE-FREE TRANSPORTATION 1959 — FORD 4-Dr. Sedan V-8, Standard Transmission, Radio & Heater. 1958 — MERCURY 4-Dr. Sedan, Mercomatic, Radio and Heater. Used Machinery Model R J.D. spreader New Idea spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor 1952 Model 8N Ford tractor KBA 11 ft. J.D. wheel disc 10 ft. David Bradley tan- 1958 — FORD dem 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 HiC tractor 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self- propelled combine with corn head MM-Z tractor 1948 B J.D. tradtor 1944 B J.D. tractor Ferguson spreader Unloading auger attachment for flare box 'Warranty good OKLY en the used machinery in our store carrying the Valu* Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER Jphn Deere and New Holland — Sales 8c B«nrlc» — Phone 115 . Sumner, low* 2-Dr. Hardtop, Falrlane 500, 2 tone Radio A Heater, Extra clean. 1956 — CHEVROLET 4-Dr. Wagon V-8 Powerglide, Power Steering, Power Brakes, New Paint Job 1955 — FORD 4-Dr. Wagon, Special • (395 1954 — FORD 2-Dr. Sedan V-8, Straight Transmission. 1954 — CHEVROLET 6 pfl. 4-Dr. Belalr, Extra clean. MERCURY 2-Dr. Overdrive a really nice one. TRUCKS 1955 — CHEVROLET H-Ton Panel 1951 — CHEVROLET 2-Ton. Complete with 16 ft. platform and box. WARDELL CHEVROLET Phone 2W-1M1 Oelwein, Iowa For That Lubrication Job Bring Your Car To HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE Quality Service Instead of Stamps Where Service Is Tops HEAR on a tiuik fill of gas, that purchase wfll IMF Service "THE MASK* New cars licensed New cars registered in the Fayette County Treasurers office are: Christian Hoehne, Westgate, Rambler; Willis Skipton, Fayette. Chevrolet: Arnold or Mabel Gamier, Fayette, Chevrolet; D. L. Peterson, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Alfred or Mary Puff, Oelwein. Chevrolet; Otto or Hilda Fink, Westgate, Chev rolet; Clarence or Pearl Miller, West Union, Ford; Iowa Motor Co. Inc.-; Oelwein, Mercury; Robert or Janet Levendusky. Oelwein. Mercury; Robert Dove, Fayette, Mercury'; Roy or Bertha Ward, Arlington Chevrolet; Elmer Spies, West Union, Chevrolet. George or Mary Zabriskie, Fayette, Studebaker; Herbert or Jeanette Vagts, West Union, Chevrolet; Arnold or Lydia Wendlend, West Union, Pontiac; Joe Wingert, Arlington, Oidsmobile; Howard or Mildred Mork, West Union, Chevrolet; William Belschner Arlington, Chevrolet; Earl Lockwood, Or an, Buick; Kenneth or Geraldine Frisch, Oelwein, Ford; John or Elva Tillotson, Elgin, Chevrolet; Raymond Nus, Westgate, Chevrolet; Robert Lambert, Fayette, Ford; Shirley or Alice Butts, Fayette, Mercury; John O'Hara, Oelwein, Ford; Sheila McQueen, Oelwein, Comet; Clifford or Elma Rohrig, Oelwein, Oidsmobile. Six new trucks were recently registered to: Robert or Dolores Pleggenkuhle, Sumner, Ford: Melvin Burco, Aurora, Ford; Loran Crider Waucoma, Chevrolet; Harry Knudson, Westgate, Chevrolet. Howard Stiles, Oelwein, Ford; Fayette County Lumber Co., West Union, Ford. A Wards trailer was registered to Harold Strosahl, of Oelwein. Uncle Sam, Too ( No. 19 in a Scries ) Much has been made in this series of Little Chats on public notice, or legal advertising, of the fact that the SO states have thousands of such requirements. But so does Uncle Sam. too, in a great variety of ways. This is particularly true of government contracts. Some time ago, for example, a Boston newspaper carried a notice advertising that sealed bids would be received by the "Engineering and Construction Director, Panama Canal Company, Balboa Heights, Canal Zone." This was for the excavation in the dry of approximately 250,000 of L. F. of material, and the drilling of approximately 200.000 of L. F. of blast holes, and the use of approximately 400,000 pounds of explosives to break up material which will be excavated and disposed of by the Panama Canal Co." The Panama Canal Co. of course is not the U. S. government. But the canal and the company that operates it are under government control and the canal, in effect, is government property. Here, in short, was an advertisement appearing five times in a newspaper several thousand miles from the scene of the large scale excavation project for an arm of the federal government. The principle of notice is the same whether for a local or even a personal matter or for the national government. And the newspaper of paid general circulation renders a public legal service in publishing such notices. Second Grade — Mrs. Knight Our valentine party was a big success. We were surprised and pleased when John Alshouse and Pam King brought cookies for our party, and when Linda Teepe sent cupcakes. We were sorry that Fifth Grade valentine. Gary Beck won a spelldown last week by spelling 'February" correctly. Laverne Thyer brought, pictures of New Orleans, La., for our bulletin board. That state and city is our topic of discussion in Social Studies. Dean Teague, Bobby Nefzger, and Mary Culligan nil contributed magnets for our discussion of the subject. We are planning to see film strips on magnets, and electricity,. Steve Lindell brought a book and a replica of an X-15 rocket, and Alan Lau showed us a model Jupiter C rocket. We are enjoying square dancing in music class and also the new games we are learning in P. E. class which are taught by college students. Announce engagement MAYNARD — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Roquet, Westgate, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage' of their daughter, Mary Anne, to Donald Eugene _ Hiff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Hot Lunch — Application for License One of the more common forms of public notice, or legal advertising, has to do with applications for licenses of one sort or another. Applications for marriage licenses are an exception since they are purely personal and are carried usually as routine news. But the laws of the various states specify various situations* in which licenses dispensed by some public agency be applied for. Not only must application be made in proper form but a further requirement is a provision of the law for publication of a notice of the application in a bora fide newspaper of general circulation. To give only two examples, such an application might be for a so- called liquor license or to qualify as a security salesman. Such notices are basically in the public interest. They are partly a matter of public record and to comply with one phase of the law, but they are also a means pf putting the public on notice, thus safeguarding the rights of others. These might include possible competitors or others with a proper interest in such matters. In any case, it is significant that the law invariably requires such publication to be made in a bona fide newspaper. This, too, is in the public interest since it insures maximum coveragewuid effectiveness. Linda could not come to the party, but we all enjoyed the valentines that she sent. We hope she enjoyed the letters that we wrote to her. In readng, Rosemary Orr's group is working on a story that they are going to act out and present to the rest of the room. They are sure that everyone will enjoy it, and hope that maybe they can invite other classes in to see it Dra- win's reading group is going to start reading in a new reader, and now they will be reading out of two different books. We have found that science has been a very interesting subject lately. We are learning to read a thermometer arid listen to weather reports so we will know what kind of weather we will be having. —•— Mrs. Ertz After having many of our class sick with flu or chicken pox, it's nice to have almost perfect attendance. Vicki Martin has just had her tonsils out, so she's still absent but is getting along fine. We're learning cursive writing, and it is a lot of fun. When we can all write well, we're going to send letters to Mrs. Everett, who used to be our teacher. She and her husband are in Alleman, Iowa, not too far away. Last week on Friday we played games in the gym. Some boys from the college taught us new games to play. Now we look forward to Fridays, because that's when our gym teacher comes. We had a party on Valentine Day--We played a game, Mrs. Ertz read us a special story, and Mrs. Daniels, Kenny's mother brought cookies with our names on them. We wish Valentine Day came every week. Mrs. Everett Mrs. Frisch is now teaching all of our morning classes. Everyone seems to have adjusted themselves to having two teachers in our "J ^g 'n That room and our lessons are going nicely. In language this week we were introduced to adjectives, and what a time we had! No one was in a mood to actually learn this lesson. After someone had suggested "crooked" music and "bookie" music, the whole class found themselves in hot water. Needless to say, we are doing much more work on adjectives. Everyone in the class is very interested in our S. R. A. Reading laboratory work. In fact, there were a great many moans and groans when a third story in our basic reader was assigned this week. We usually do just two each week. Last Friday Darwin Dean and Robert Miller presented a good ecience experiment. They showed the transfer of molecules from a copper wire set in a jar of copper sulphate solution to a key. The key came out nicely plated with copper. The five senses are the main topic in health. We are learning the parts of the eye and how each part functions in our sense of sight. In Social Studies, the southern states have been our center of interest this week. Barbara Boulton and her group have presented some extra information. We found that when we started "group work" in Social Studies that many people neglected to read the chapter for themselves. Each person is responsible for reading all chapters as we come to them. By Peg Maxson Wednesday we had our valentine patty We played two games — making words out of scrambled letters, and seeing how many words we could make out of Valentine Day. Paula Wendrich and Peg Maxson tied in the first game, and Clark Austin, Cindy Alderson, and Peg Maxson weoe high in the second game. We wish to thank Mrs. Wright Mrs. Nadeau, Mrs. Wendrich, and Mrs. Lau who sent cakes to our party, and to the kids who brought candy bars and candy hearts. Becky Lamphier brought the candy hearts and gave each person three. Everyone put their hearts together so that they made funny sayings. Then everyone stood up and read what theirs said. Thursday we started our Iowa history. We have a workbook which has stories, questions, and maps in it. Almost all of us enjoy Iowa history. We now have $63.66 in our treasury. Biff, West Union. Miss Roquet, a graduate of the Maynard Consolidated school, is employed by 'the department of public safety at West Union. Her fiance, a graduate of the West Union high school, is an employee of the Bell Telephone company out of West Union. A June wedding is being planned. Civil cases filed Civil cases filed recently in the office of the Fayette County Clerk of Court are; Mechtildis Drilling and husband; Nick Kuennen and wife; Julia Kriener and husband; Arnold Kuennen and wire; Elizabeth Hageman and husband; Cecilia Gerleman and husband; Mary Schmitt and husband - Law Partition. Ora Goodspeed vs. Russell Webster, appointment of a guardian. WUlard Langerman vs. Reubin Blake - Replevin; Amos White and ' Zetta White vs. C. E. Knudtson, et al-appeal, Mamie Chase of Belmond recently celebrated her 106th birthday. She enjoys watching television, an* still crochets, Mon. — Chili and crackers, cheese sandwiches, milk, fruit cup cake. Tues. — Beef Burgers, pickles catsup, mustard, corn, fruit juice, bread and butter, jam, milk, apple crisp. Wed. — Fried chicken, potatoes, green beans, bread and butter, peach sauce. Thursday — Chicken noodle soup, crackers, tomato juice, relish tray, dried beef sandwiches, apple sauce, graham crackers. Fri. — Spaghetti in s cheese and tomato sauce, peas, pears, chocolate cake, egg salad sandwiches. Third Grade — Everyone was excited Wednesday because it was the first day that we have had games taught by students from the college. We also had our valentine party the last period; Many thanks to Mrs. Thomas, Mrs. Lambert, Mrs. Bonjour, and Mrs. Hofmeyer for the treats. We certainly enjoyed thenj. One of our reading groups is reading about animals. In addition to our story each person has written a short report about an animal to read to the class. These reports have been very interesting. We were surprised to learn from one report that there were no more bones in the neck of a giraffe than there are in the neck of a mouse. Another reading group is studying a unit about transportation. Each person made a scrapbook about water transportation. They wrote reports and drew pictures of various types of boats and ships. Billy McGee wrote an interesting report about the race between Tom Thumb and the horse. We learned the names of the different cars on a train and what each is used for. Everyone was interested in our discussion- of the Holland tunnel, the San Francisco bridge, Ed's, subways, etc. We have just begun to study about air transportation. Several have brought model airplanes to contribute to the study of air transportation. Fourth Grade — Our valentine party was a great success with thanks and our appreciation to all the mothers who contributed the treats, Some members of the class put on plays. One cast included Mary Culligan, Sue Sixth Grade 1 We are adding and subtracting measures in arithmetic. Before we started this new work we had a review of measures and took a test over them. There were some of us who did not learn our table well enough and had to take the test several times. Now everyone is happy they know them so well. In Social Studies we are learning about the British Isles. We find it very interesting to read about Ireland, Scotland, and England. Several of us know our great, great grandparents once lived taere. We made some very nice pictures in are class Wednesday. First we used crayons on construction paper to make our scene, then we applied black tempra. This is called "Crayon Resist." The tempra cannot penetrate where crayon is applied. Wednesday afternoon we had our valentine party. Rhonda Van Bog- art and Patricia Lambert treated the class to kool-aid. Patsy Teepe brought cup cakes, Eileen Bonjour and Susan Robb each gave a pretty i valentine cookie, Barbara Asbby, | by Marge The chorus really sounded terrific (?) the other day overlooking a few minor difficulties. Namely these: the sopranos were sharp; the altos flat, you couldn't hear the tenors; and the bases were singing in a Chinese scale. But, we don't sweat the little things. T-N-T Overheard: I'll never leave my letters in the English room, I'll never leave my letters In the Eng- room, I'll never. .. . ! Who said it? Roberta. Wonder why? T-N-T One big hurrah for somebody I Our trusty mirror is finally back in place sutside the library door. T-N-T Well, we girls finally captured an "enemy". Mr. Kramer actually admitted that men were worse gossipers than women. Forward into battle, girls conquer 'em yet! T-N-t It's strange that my last column was rejected because it wasn't funny enough! ! ! When I threw it in the stove, the fire just roared. T-N-T Overheard: Well, another day, another A. T-N-T Memo to Jostuv. Early to rise, ditto to bed, makes you wealthy, and socially dead. Does this answer your question, Jos? T-N-T t Goodness, it's been quiet around good 'ole F. H. S. Could it be that Roberta Gage has lost her voice? YES! T-N-T We finally found the secret to Don Timmerman's everlasting good health. Is it a secret fountain of youth? Nope, just a twist a day to keep the doctor away. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY PULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE ' Phone Black 23t 405 Water SI. PayeHe, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Far**** DELSIKG • WRIGHT Msynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Barrio* Phone 199 — F*r*tte WATKINS PRODUCTS R. IL ENOW Phonft BUek 141 * ~ **e^wpeFe»j <j ••r«»w's 'W» ewejeai Peggy Hofer, Linda Bray, Clyde 1 *07 King St Far***** few* Pickett and Patricia all gave can- • <->. — .m*>" • • Bowl Where You See The Magic Triangle All Teams & Individual Bowlers Welcome LiILA -0 «s* . ' A aWi'flBSejM JPSJ " — 8 ALLEYS — Automatic Pliwettcrs LANES We*t Unio4r*> fcwt , Close -Out Specials BALANCE OF MONTH SKELGAS DRYER (reg. $ 179.95 SKELGAS DRYER (reg. $219.95) Will work on natural gas IRONRITE IRONER (reg $249,95) USED BENDIX WASHER 95 95 $100°* $50 00 H. C^EY

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