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March 15, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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7 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 FOR SALE — Farrowing stalls, 0 ft. long $2B. Spruce floor $1.95. See it nnd order now while the price is right. Phone Royal Smith •WMfi Rnndalia 10-ft FOR SALE — Beautiful console cabinet Singer Sewing Machine Hound bobbin, forward & reverse. Attachments for zigzagging & button holing. Can see in this area, t) payments of $5.65 or Cash Discount. Write: Credit Manager, Sewing Machine Co. of American Inc.. 924 Arcade St., St. Paul G, Minn. PLKASE, NO Dealers. 10-2-x FOR SALE — SPINET PIANO — slightly used, excellent condition, can seen near here. For more information write to: CAItR PIANO CO. 21 and University, Des Moines, Iowa. 10-2-x FOR SALE — Draperies, used Floral, lined, very good style, color, & condition. Thayer's United Furniture - PH. 287, Fayette. 101 FOR SALE — NEW CARPET, 100% Nylon, Foam Pad, Complete $4.95 sq. yd. Thnyers United Furn. PH. 287 Fayette, la. 10-1 SPRING SALE At winter prices on boats and motors. March 9 thru 18 buy 1962 boats with as much as 50% discount. Ik the'retail price I Yes, we have the biggest boat show in Wisconsin and Iowa. 200 new boats going at winter prices. Wc need 100 used fishing boats. We need 100 used runabouts. We must trade high and give top dollar to get them and wo will give you top M. Stark's have on display $250,000. worth of new boats - motors trailers. They must sell. They will sell. No reasonable deal will be refused. Easy credit. See Stark's and you will be a winner. STARK'S SPORT SHOP Free Parking in Rear Prairie Du Chien Downtown FOR SALE — New three bedroom house, Phone 19G 11-4 FOR SALE — Draperies, for large picture window, used, White with Gold design . . . Very Smart, Thaycrs United Furn. PH. 287 Favette. 10-1 FOR SALE — RUG, used, 11 H bv 14, Brown, Fair condition, Thayers United Furn. PH. 287 Fayette. 10 1 INTERIOR and exterior painting. Free estimate - Phone 196 11-4 FOR RENT FOR RENT — At once all modern house. New gas furnace. Mrs. Stella Lund. 11-1 Found — a toboggan call 280 111 miscellaneous Wanted 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 tlore - carrying the Value Checked •ticker. DeM/VVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales 8c Service — Phone 115 Sumner, Iowa 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 REAL ESTATE EXCELLBNT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modern New oil furnace. Bath and one half. Nice floors. Large double garage. 4 BEDROOM — modern, sloker 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. ; i^DMSm'^OH furnace, b «th *&%l&garage, extra lot. Nice location.: $7,000. FOR RENT 2 NEW 2 BEDROOM, apartments, -^4H^at' ahd„ water torn. , Jibed, Carpeted living room, Very nlw.., .NEED ( RENTALS - Hornet r|or Apartments, (1st with irw. flnnoMEnTS 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 fi treatment—happy results in 90 minutes or your 69c back at any drug store. NOW at Daniel's Drug. 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 PIANO TUNING & REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 FOR ARTIFICIAL BREEDING call Bob Dietz, Wadena 774-2124 or 774-2045. 11-1 Volt Master BATTERIES 122 amp. 45 plate 12 velt 30 mo. guarantee $15.95 exchange $20.00 exchange Arnold Heth Repair CARD OF THANKS • To all our relatives, friends and neighbors for their kindness shown us with sympathy, cards, flowers, gifts and food, at the death of our husband and father. A special thanks to Dr. i.inge and Dr. Walsh, to all the nurses and nurses aids at the hospital, and to .Rev. Wolcott for his many many (rips there; to the ladies of W. S. C. S. for serving the noon meal. Many many thanks to you nil. Mrs. W. R. .Sperry and family 11-1 Millard Nelson, Jr. Represents Fayette County Farm Bureau Millard Nelson, Jr., of Clermont, Fayette county Farm Bureau pre sident was in Washington, D. C, this week when hearings began on Farm Bureau's cropland adjustment program. Mr. Nelson reports these hearings which started March 13 are the first "real" opportunity that the nation's largest general farm organization has had to present its proposals to Congress. The testimony for Farm Bureau was presented by Charles B. Shuman, American Farm Bureau president, and other Farm Bureau officials, including E. Howard Hill of Minburn, Iowa Farm Bureau president and a member of the American Farm Bureau board of directors. The farm organization's proposals include the following four primary objectives: 1. Opportunity for the renewal of expiring conservation reserve contracts. 2. New long-term contracts for cropland retirement on a purely voluntary, competitive-bid basis with emphasis on the retirement of whole farms. 3. A program to remove from production the additional cropland, if any, necessary to balance output and market demand on an annual contract basis by requiring that producers retire a percentage of their cropland as a qualification for price support on feed grains, wheat, soybeans and flaxseed. 4. Price supports for feed grains, wheat, soybeans and flaxseed on a basis consistent with the need to adjust farm production to effective market demand. Farm Bureau officials point out that this program will permit market prices to help guide adjustments in production and consum­ ptions; use support prices to facilitate orderly marketing rather than to fix prices; and protect the market system from the burden of accumulated government stocks so that prices can rise above support levels. "This is the road to high per family net farm income," they add. "This program preserves the opportunity for each farmer to make his own decisions. It gets away from historic bases, minimum allotments and the other pro- b'.tms inherent in government efforts to regulate individual farming operations." Nelson was in Washington with 115 other Farm Bureau leaders from Iowa on a special trip from March 11 to March 15. The Iowa farm leaders were also visiting their congressmen and senators. The trip included visits to historic points of interest. Wonder Worker* meet The Wadena Wonder Workers 4-H club met Saturday afternoon in the home of Roberta Humphry. Vice president, Mary Beth Baldwin called the meeting to order by nil repeating the pledge to the flag and 4-H pledge. Debbie O Laughlin showed how to make a portfolio. Nancy Alderson told about "rhythm" in the home. Cindy Schmitt told what to look Tor when buying a good rending lamp. All sang "Hold Thy Pence" nnd "Pretty Maid". The leader told about the blue bird. There was a discussion on "art and antiques". The April 14 meeting will be at the Wadena library, and will be a party for preschool children. After the party, the 4 II girls will go to Mrs. Jennie Struss' home to see her collection of antiques. She is going to talk to the girls alwut antiques. To meet Friday MAYNARD — Mrs. Donald Fish and Mrs. Henry Buenneke will present .the lesson on "Songs of the North and of the South" during Civil War days at the meeting of the Ada Reading Circle Friday afternoon Mar. 16 in the Buenneke home. It was previously scheduled to be with Mrs. Floyd Hcnniges. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Kelly announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Virginia Lee, to Loren Eugene Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Smith, Oelwein. Miss Kelly Is employed by Interstate Power company, Fayette. Mr. Smith is with the Rathbun Skelly Service station in Oelwein. The couple will be married June, 24 at the Randalia Methodist church. Livewire club meets The regular meeting of the Smithfield Livewires 4-H club was held at the home of Mick and Tim Henessey. A demonstration and film was given, on parlimen- tary proceedure by Mick McGill, and Jim and Jon Harrison. Mrs. Henessey served lunch after the meeting. Bowl Where You See The Magic Triangle All Teams & Individual Bowlers Welcome — 8 ALLEYS — LILAC Automatic Pinsetters LANES West Union, Iowa 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 wiH be free this week,. Harry's Cities Service Men's Bowling W L Theatre —71 33 Standard Oil —71 33 Vandcrsee 55 49 Randalia cheese —54 50 Otts Drive-in 50 54 Fireman -46 58 Legion —35 GO Bills Super Valu 33 71 H. I. S. — B. Pattison 570 H. I. G. — R. Wilson —221 H. T. S. — Legion 3011 II. T. G. — Legion 1005 11 co-eds pledged To Sigma Nu Sigma Eleven co-eds have been pledged to Sigma Nu Sigma, social sorority on the Upper Iowa university campus. Campus activities sponsored by Sigma includes a ten for the faculty wives, a Homecoming tea for their alumni and a Commencement breakfast. New members include: Lcla Giles, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Giles, Marshalltown; Judith Roy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lionel Roy, Holyoke, Mass; Angela Vellucci, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vellucci, Carona, New York; Judy Koehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Koehn, Wnukegan, 111.; Tena Minard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Minard, Chicago, 111.; Kay Hamlett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Hamlett, Lamont; Judie Johnston, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnston, Sumner. Leona Lomica, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lomica, Cresco; Joyce Travis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Travis, Gillette, New Jersey; Nancy Jones, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jones, Oak Park. 111.; Barbara Walker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Walker, Swan. Faculty sponsor for the sorority is Miss Joan Heidrick, instructor in womans physical education. Ford; Robert or Mildred Stain- bronn, Fayette, Mercury. Three new trucks were registered to Modern Cleaners, Inc., Oelwein, CMC Panel; Croatt and Franzen, Waucoma, Chevrolet; Maquoketa Valley Coop, Arlington, International. A Salve trailer was registered to Curtis and Dorothy Wilkins, West Union. Don't forget the smorgasbord at the First Methodist Church Fayette, Saturday, March 17. Serving starts at 5 p. m. TRY AN AD IN THE LEADER PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Water St. Fayette, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING • WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette 11 cars, 3 trucks, I trailer registered II cars were registered in Fayette County treasurers office last week. Louie Suhr, Oran, Ford; Marie or Floyd Alber, Fayette, Ford; Otto Andregg, Oelwein, Chrysler; Falb Co., Elgin. Cadilac; Harold or Mary Wilbur, Hawkeye, Pontiac; Edward Meskel, West Union, Buick; GMAC, -Oelwein Chevrolet; Bernita Clark, Oelwein, Ford; Herbert or Doris Schatz, West Union, WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer' Phone Black 142 407 King St, Fayette. Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lau, of Fayette, announce the engagement of their daughter, Delores Ann to Ronald J. Kaiser, of Auora son of Mr. and Mrs, Jennings K, Kaiser. Miss Lau Is employed at the Security State Bank, In Independence. Mr. Kaiser Is engaged In farming. The wedding will take place March 25, at 2 p. m. In the First Methodist church Fayette. The couple will make their home on a farm near Aurora. CUSTOM MADE HAND TAILORED DRAPERIES LABOR FREE! Prices From $9.00 For Average Size Window THAYER'S UNITED FURN. CO. Ph. 287 FAYETTE Women's Bowling W L Chase's IGA -53 27 Maynard Coop ---49 31 Harry's Cities Service 45 35 Singer's Plumbing --.42 38 Wilke and Wilke 34 46 Fayette Speed Wash 17 63 H. I. G. — Hattie Wilbur —160 H. I. S. — Lois Ingels 442 H. T. G. - Chase's I.G.A .—785 H. T. S. - Chase's IGA .—2258 Hospitalized with burns Margie Mittelstadt, two and one half year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Mittelstadt of Albuquerque, N. M., is hospitalized with severe burns and shock, as the result of an accident in her parents home. Mr. Mittelstadt is a former Fayette resident. Attend funeral Relatives who were here to attend the funeral of William Sperry were Mr. and Mrs. .Charlie Sperry, New Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Sperry, Terre Haute, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sperry, Cedar Rapids; Mr. . and Mrs. Art Kammeyer and family, Fredericka; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Jackson and 3 daughters; Mrs.' Andy Feyo, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Paul and children, Waterloo; Lida I. Ostrander, Alpha; Arthur Haugh, Alpha. Friends were from Alpha, New Hampton, Elgin, Fredericksburg, Postville, Volga City, Waucoma, West Union, Mitchell, Charles City. ANNOUNCEMENT THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY is pleased to announce the appointment of VIRGIL M. B0RCHERT as our representative in LIFE. HEALTH. ACCIDENT FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION INSURANCE We have selected Mr. Borchert to give you service in this special insurance field. All other lines of insurance will be serviced by our personnel as before. See our advertisement in this paper For the BEST in FAMILY HOSPITALIZATION Fayette Insurance Agency Phone 88 — Fayette Winner of 1961 Fayette County Master Corn Growers Contest LLOYD PATTISON AND SONS Fayette, Iowa 126.43 bu./acre with Pioneer T hybrid 376 PHU CORN Actual harvested yield based on 5-acre plot. Contest open to all farmers; conducted by Fayette County Extension. Service' under rules set up by Iowa Crop Improvement Association. More of Iowa's 55 Master Corn Growers Contests were won with Pioneer corn than with any other brand of corn. Here's proof that Pioneer corn makes the most of your soil end weather. This spring, plant all Pioneer corn for high yields on your farm. DUMMERMUTH & FAY FAYETTE HAROLD SCHULTZ , SUMNER HARLEY BELTS STRAWBERRY POINT L. R. BAHE MAYNARD MELVIN OLSON HAWKEYE R. C. HILDEBRANOT WEST UNION I SPRING FARM SEED SALE Three Big Days March 15 - 16 - 17 COME IN and ORDER YOUR SEED NEEDS NOW - AT OUR LOWEST PRE • SEEDING PRICES GET $1.00 Per Bushel DISCOUNT DURING SALE On RIVERSIDE Pre •inoculated Certified ALFALFA end CLOVER We Will Store Your Seed Free Until Pknting Tune NUTRI - PAK COMPANY FAYETTE, IOWA '4^ op £^-~«~K «—«qnfaitrf.>*»,.i>,i., i ^

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