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fltellaneous for Sale l-Ort SALE — 4 wheel trailer, •}' x 10'. Good for horse trailer. Plume. White 6. 9-2 50 STAR FLAGS Contact Fayette American Legion Post for 5' x 3' flag, 6' pole and w.ill bracket for easy mounting on house — only $4.00. 9-tf F03 SALE — Draperies, used Kior;il. lined, very good style, color, &• condition. Thayer's United Furniture - PH. 287, Fnyettc. 101 FOR SALE — RUG, used, 11)4 by 14, Brown, Fair condition, Thayers United Furn Fayette. condition, % — , • • . •. PH ,j[ Cure baby pig disease FOR SALE -Chrome Table and B e f 0re njg S QfQ |) 0m 5 chairs — 9 ft. Fnctdaire Refn- r %/ jjerator - 6 Fayette 252. Frigid years old Phone 10 1-x FOR SALE — NEW CARPET, 100% Nylon, Foam Pad, Complete $"1.95 sq. yd. Thayers United Furn. PH. 287 Fayette, la. 10-1 FOR SALE — Farrowing stalls, fi ft. long $211. Spruce floor $1 .95. .See it and order now while the price is right. Phone Royal Smith 428-2085 Randalia 10-ft FOR SALE — Draperies, for large picture window, used. White with Gold design . . . Very Smart, Thayers United Furn. PH. 287 Fayette. 10 1 FOR SALE — Beautiful console cabinet Singer Sewing Machine Round bobbin, forward & reverse. Attachments for zigzagging & button holing. Can see in this area. 8 payments of $. r ).G, r > or Cash Discount. Write: Credit Manager. Sewing Machine Co. of American Inc., 924 Arcade St., St. Paul 6, Minn. PLRASK. NO Dealers. 10-2-x SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Used Machinery 490 J. D. corn planter 15 ft. I. H. C. disc J. D. 60 tractor 220-X Letz mill, P. . O. Model R J.D. spreader New Idea spreader KBA 11 ft. J.D. wheel disc 2—H J. D. tractors and hydraulic lift cultivators 2—No. 290 J. D. corn planters 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 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 & Service — Phone IIS Sumner. Iowa REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modem New oil furnace. Bath and one half. Nice floors. Large double garage. 4 BEDROOM — modern, stoker heat. Good family type home. For income — 2 apartment house, oil 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. 5 BEDROOM. 2 baths. Nice built In cupboards. Wall to wall carpeting in living room. Attached, garage.. Extra, lot. lot. One block from college. SMALL BUNGALOW — oil furnace, full cemented basement, extra land. Priced for quick sale. 3 BEDROOM — Oil furnace, bath 4 half, garage, extra lot. Nice location. $7,000. FOR RENT JN^EW 2 BEDROOM apart- irippts.Heat and water furn- l*|f>d. Carpeted living room. Wry nice. NJBED RENTALS - Homes fypApartments, Hit with me. FARMS 70 A. Til. Barn With ^fcow stanchlone*, 2 cribs, — JhouM/ chicken house, 3 6m home with garage, from town. #000 On, i contract, easy pa/t«. Contact FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO slightly used, excellent condition, can be seen near hero. For more information write to: CARK PIANO CO. 24 and University, Dcs Moines, Iowa. 10 2 x SPRING SALE At winter prices on boats and motors. March 9 thru 18 buy 1962 boats with as much as 50% discount. !a the retail price I Yes, we have the biggest boat show in Wisconsin and Iowa. 200 new boats going at winter prices. We need 100 used fishing boats. We need 100 used runabouts. We must trade high and give top dollar to get them and we will give you top $$$. Stark's have on display $250,000. worth of new boats - motors trailers. They must sell. They IAI C nr \ ti n \\ lr\ will sell. No reasonable deal will IT. LUN Mull TO be refused. Easy credit. See Stark's and you will be a winner. M I I I I STARK'S SPORT SHOP nead Judges and Courts committee The time to 'cure' many of the baby pin diseases- which has been killing many Fnyette county pigs this spring-is before the pigs are born, says County Extension Director M. C. Wangsness. Extension Veterinarian Maynard L. Spear of Iowa State university reports this disease is killing more baby pigs under two weeks old than any other disease. The big name for it is "Hypoglycemia," but it is just as fatal by the common name of "baby pig disease." This disease should not be confused with Transmissible C-astro- Enteritis. T. G. K. has attained epidemic proportions in some parts of Iowa this year. Spear says the cause of "baby pig disease" is unbalanced or poor nutrition of sows during gestation- which results in failure of the sow to give milk containing needed nutrients or not to give enough milk plus damp or chilly farrowing quarters. Spear recommends feeding six Free Parking in Rear Prairie Du Chien Downtown miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. . 22-tf ELECTROLUX (r) — Sales and Service. Jerry Hardcastle, Rep. Ph. 32, Fayette, Iowa. 8-4-x flnnouncErnsnTS HOW TO TREAT A COLD DO THIS QUICK) Start taking action at the first sign of a sneeze, sore throat, runny nose, watery eyes. It is much easier to check. Take the 3 dose BQ- plus 6 treatment—happy results in 90 minutes or your 69c back at any drug store. NOW at Daniel's Drug. PIANO TUNING A REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 50 STAR FLAGS Contact Fayette American Legion Post for 5' x 3' flag, 6' pole and wall bracket for easy mounting on house — only $4 .00. 9-tf NOTICE Bids for caretaker of Lima cemetery now open. Bids must be in by March 13. Mrs. Clyde McFarlane 10-1 To present comedy MAYNARD — The West Central Community high school will present "Blithe Spirit", a comedy by Noel Coward, at the Maynard school Thursday and Friday evenings, Mar. 8-9, under the direction of Richard Pederson, dramatics instructor at West Central. Members of the cast include Patricia Carlsen, Sandra Sturime, Elva Jean Sanders, Patricia Brandt, Jack Ehlers, Renee Lang and Paul Thompson. W. Earl Hall, editor of the Mason City Globe-Gazette, was named today as the state chairman of the voters committee for Judges and Courts. A volunteer citizens committe, the organization was formed to encourage a "yes" vote on the constitutional amendment for altering our system for the selection of District and Supreme Court judges in Iowa. Earl Hall issued the following statement upon being named state chairman: "I am persuaded that, as the citizens familiarize themselves with the proposed constitutional amendment, they will favor its adoption. Our committe's chief function will be to provide as much information as possible on the matter between now and the June 4th vote." The Iowa plan already has been approved by the last two sessions of the legislature. The final step to put it into effect is the approval of the voters. The plan has four principal provisions: When vacancies occur on the Iowa Supreme Court of the District Court bench, judges will be selected by the governor from a list submitted by a non-partisan study and nominating commission. The state and district nominating commissions will be composed of members nominated by the governor and an equal number elected by the lawyers of the state or district. At the end of each judge's term, there will be a non-partisan election with a ballot asking whether the judge shall serve another term, Yes or No. All judges will be under an adequate, automatic retirement plan. To meet Tuesday At 8 o'clock, on Tuesday evening, March 13, the American Home Department of the Woman's club will meet with Mrs. Marcia Stoneman, with Mrs. Mame Cole as co-hostess. Mrs. Jennie Gallaher will talk on "Planning your Flower Garden . In The Home Sales Service CARPET CHOOSE FROM OVER 300 PATTERNS « COLORS WE INSTALL Prices From $3.99 sq. yd. THAYER'S UNITED FURN. CO. Ph. 287 FAYETTE In The Home Sales Service Hospital auxiliary To sponsor "Mobile Bake Sale" in area The hospital Auxiliary board met Friday, Feb. 23, at Palmer Memorial hospital in West Union. Mrs. Harry Iliff, Service Unit, and Mrs. Milton Eide, Gleaners Unit, co-chairman for the Mother Hubbard Day food event, reported a total of $75.60 in food for the hospital. The Auxiliary will sponsor a "Mobile Bake Sale" in West Union, Fayette, and Hawkeye on March 31. Mrs. Clarence Durscher and Mrs. James Lorenzen of the Kitchen Unit, will be co-chairman for this event. A variety of "goodies", cakes, pies, cookies, candy, etc., will be transported in station- wagons through the towns. Residents are asked to watch for them and to purchase their week-end baked goods. Mrs. Ed Bradley and Mrs. Lorna Vermazen of the Fayette Unit are co-chairman for a Spring "Daffodil Ball" to be held in the Colgrove-Wajker auditorium in Fayette on April 28. The Kitchen Unit has purchased an institutional mixer for the hospital. Mrs. Tille Fritz and Mrs. Russell Granneman, of Hawkeye, were present as guests at this meeting to discuss the unit being formed in Hawkeye. 1 Bowl Where You See The Magic Triangle All Teams & Individual Bowlers Welcome — 8 ALLEYS — LILAC Automatic Pinsetters ;i/iV; LANES West Union, Iowa to eight pounds ;i day of a mixture like GOO pounds corn, GOO pounds oats, 5 (X> pounds alfalfa meal and 300 pounds protein supplement. The smaller allowance of food should lw fed during the first third of the tfestntion period. The quantity of IVrd should rise gradually to the higher level, about eight pounds per day, in the latter stages of gestation. It's better not to let the sow have any antibiotic in her feed, as the antibiotic prevents her forming enough antibodies in her milk to give the pigs the full disease resisting benefits of the colostrum milk. Increase the sow's allowance of feed the second day ofter birth of the pigs to assure continuing growth and resistance to disease in the pigs. The rest of the treatment to prevent pig disease is in the farrowing house. Make it free of drafts, and arrange for heat to maintain at least UO degrees Fahrenheit temperature in the houses. The farrowing hoi'so must be dry and warm. Many pigs may die within 72 hours unless they have supplemental heat and are induced to nurse. Their normal storage of blood sugar in the liver will IJC burned up to keep them warm. The fight against baby pig disease also requires sows that are free of disease. Sows showing mastitus, hysteria, metritis and other disorders don't furnish ad equate milk supplies no matter how they are fed and managed during gestation. This, Spear said, is a strong indication of the value of using certified Specific Pathogen-Free sows. In this program, management and disease control are given special attention. Last rites held for Amy Louvring, 78 Amy Etna Louvring, age 78, of Fayette, Iowa, passed away Monday, February 19, 1062, 12 o'clock. She was born January 15, 1884 in Fayette County, Iowa, the daughter of Joseph and Nancy Belle ter of Joseph and Nancy Belle Bailey. She grew up in Fayette and went to school there. She was married to Edison Brimmer who passed away 27 years ago. Three children were born of this union. Iva Mae Wills, Highland, Indiana, Irene McCabe, Waterloo, Iowa, and Orvil who passed away four year ago. She married Nels Louvring in 1909 who died July 1933. She is survived by two U. I. to share In IRC gift The International Harvester company presented a check for $3500 to the Iowa College Foundation today for unrestricted use of the Foundation's member colleges. The presentation was made by C. W. Smith, District Manager of International Harvester, to Len Kraemer. Executive Director of the College Foundation. In accepting the gift Kraemer stated, "The International Harvester Company is a leader in the program of voluntary corporate support of higher education and we are proud to be recipients in that program through their contribution. Their loyal support is evidenced by the fact that this year's gift is the same as last year's despite lower levels of business for Harvester in 1961." Frank W. Jenks, president of International Harvester company, said the gift to the Foundation is part of the $360,000 which International will present to colleges and universities throughout the United States, and will bring to more than $1,700,000 the amount of financial aid to higher education in the past seven years. David G. Moyer, President of International Harvester Foundation, explained, "Our gift to the colleges and universities through associations will be for unrestricted use. The schools may use the money however needed to improve their education program. Faced with the Prospects of increased enrollments in the next few years, these privately-endowed colleges and universities greatly need the financial support from business firms as well as from alumni if they are to be prepared to meet increased operating costs," Members of the Iowa College Foundation sharing in the gift are: Briar Cliff college, Sioux City; Buena Vista college, Storm Lake; Central college, Pella; Clarke college, Dubuque; Cornell college, Mount Vernon; Graceland college, Lamoni; Grinnell college, Grinnell; Iowa Wesleyan college, Mount Pleasant; Loras college, Dubuque; Luther college, Decorah; Marycrest college, Davenport. Morningside college, Sioux City; Mount Mercy college, Cedar Rapids; Parsons college, Fairfield; St. Ambrose college, Davenport; Simpson college, Indianola; University of Dubuque, Dubuque; Upper Iowa university, Fayette; Wartburg college, Waverly; West- mar college, LeMars; and William Penn college, Oskaloosa. Census Bureau is Always on the job 29, daughters, eight grandchildren, 17 great grandchildren, and one brother, Albert Bailey, of Fayette, Iowa. She was preceded in death by her parents, two sisters and two brothers. IN MEMORIAN By Iva Wiels "From out of this earthly toil and strife, God has chosen to take my mother's life. Perhaps the angels were lonely up there And needed some one kind and fair. Here on earth we are common clay But in Heaven we're flowers in God's bouquet, Her passing leaves a void we can hardly bear. And no one can fill her vacant chair. But perhaps some time in the midnight blue, An extra star will be shining through. Saying be of good cheer, I am happy up here And someday not too far away, I will welcome my children In God's home to stay". Knives Albert R. Sorensen of Hampton has the unusual hobby of knife- making. He has created about 300 knives of just about every size and shape. The hobby collection consists of everything from a small pocket knife to large butcher knives. Women's Bowling W L Chases I G A 49 27 Maynard co op 47 29 Harry's Cities Service 41 35 Singer's Plumbing 40 36 Wilke and Wilke 34 42 Fayette Speed Wash 17 59 H. I. G. — Joan Heidrick ....190 H. I. S. — Joan Heidrick .—440 H. T. G. — Harry's J....754 H. T. G. — Chases I. G. A. -754 H. T. S. — Harry's 2196 Men's Bowling Theatre 68 Standard Oil 68 Vandersees —54% Randalia cheese 53 Otts Drive-in 46 Fireman 45 Bills Super Valu 33% Legion 31 H. I. G. — Rusty Everetts ..588 H. I. G. — Bob Daniels 202 H. I. S. — Standard Oil —3064 H. T. S. — Vandersee 1004 32 32 45% 47 54 55 66% SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS U.S. SAVINGS BONDS for a BETTER FUTURE 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 nosil shuts off at $3.33 on a tank fill of gas, that purchase wffl be ifree this week. ties Service Contrary to popular belief, the U. S. Census Bureau does not fold its tents and fade away between the big 10-year population and housing counts, according to Dir- Sponsors contest Good Roads assoc. The Iowa Good Roads Association is again this year sponsoring an essay contest for grade and high school students in conjunction with National Highway Week, May 20 through May 26. R. G. Hilcman, Exculive Secretary of the Association, said in announcing this years contest that prizes valued at $290 will be at stake in two seperate contests for grades four through eight, and nine through twelve. Grade school pupils, who compete in the contest, will write on the subject "What Highways Mean to Me". First prize is a $50 savings bond; second prize a $25 savings bond; third $10 cash; and three honorable mentions at $5 each for a total of $100. Rules for the grade School contest are: Entries should be written in 500 words or less. Each entry should bear the student's name, age, home address, name and address of school, grade and the teacher's name. All essays will be judged on originality, clarity of thought and neatness. "Highways and Iowa's Future" is the subject assigned to high school students, grades nine through twelve. First prize is a $100 savings bond; $50 bond second prize; $25 bond third prize and three honorable mentions of $5 each for a total of $190. Rules for high school students are: Entries should not exceed 1,000 words. Each entry should bear the student's name, age, home address, name and address of school, grade and the teacher's name. All essays will be judged on originality, clarity of thought and neatness. First prize winners in each group, accompanied by their teacher, will be presented their award by Governor Norman A. Erbe, in the Governor's Office, State Capitol, on Tuesday, May 22 at 2:30 P. M. Judges for the contest are Professor Carl Hamilton, Head, Department of Technical Journalism at Iowa State University at Ames; Professor Robert Bliss, Head of the Journalism Department, Drake University and Robert Keir, Chairman of the Iowa State Highway Commission. ector Guy A. Lutz of the Bureau's permanent regional field office at St. Paul. The St. Paul region includes the States of Iowa, Minnesota, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. Mr. Lutz points out that nine major censuses will be conducted between now and the next decennial census in 1970. The first of these major censuses will be the 1962 Census of Governments which is conducted every five years. Then comes the five-year Censuses of Business, Manufactures and Mineral Industries. These will be taken in 1964 and 1969, coverinng business operations in 1963 and 1968 respectively. The Census of Agriculture will be conducted in 1964 and 1969. In addition to these major censuses, the Bureau carries out a wide variety of current surveys on a monthly, quartely, and annual basis. Topics covered in the current survey include employment and unemployment, population characteristics, health, housing, retail and wholesale trade, manufacturing, and related subjects. The purpose of the current surveys is to supplement and keep up to date the detailed information collected in the major censuses. The Current Population Survey, conducted 12 times a year, is probably the best known Census - Bureau interim activity since it provides monthly information on employment and unemployment. Information obtained by interviews in 333 sample areas of the country is combined to furnish statistics for national estimates. Information on migration, income, school enrollment, and other pertinent subjects is collected from time to time in the Current Population Survey in addition to the facts on employment and unemployment. Approximately 35,00 households throughout the country are included each month in the Current Population Survey. These households are selected at random under the Census Bureau's scientific sampling program to provide a representative cross-section of all classes of the population, and all types of areas of the country large cities, small towns, rural areas, and so forth. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Wafer St. Fayette, Iowa CUSTOM MADE HAND TAILORED DRAPERIES LABOR FREE! Prices From $9.00 For Average Size Window THAYER'S UNITED FURN. CO. Ph. 287 FAYETTE BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt. Courteous Service Phone 189 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Blaok 142 407 King St. Fayette. Iowa Ever have a grass or weed problem? Plan now to hear specialists discuss the latest control techniques for modern corn and soybean farmers 8:00 p. m. Fayette Farm Bureau Hall Wednesday, March 14 Some of Monsanto's top weed control specialists will be here to give you the latest tips on pre-emergent weed control. Illustrated talks with slides and a new movie to show you how you can beat the weeds with a profit. Why not stop by and "just plain" visit with us? It doesn't cost a thing ... and you may win one of the useful door prizes. fi V < III - 4 ffA\*.**-< nfw.