Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on March 22, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, March 22, 1962
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FOR SALE - RUG, used, 1U4 by 14, flrown, Fair condition, Thayivs United Furn. PH. 287 F.iyettc. 10-1 FOR SALE — Farrowing stalls, G ft. long $28, Sp.-uce floor $1.95. See it and order now while the price is right. Phone Royal Smith 428-2(«5 Randalia 10ft FOR SALE — Draperies, used Floral, lined, very good style. color, & condition. Thayer's United Furniture - PH. 287. Fayette. 101 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. com 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 & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner. Iowa REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM. All Modern 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 & 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. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. WILBUR'S Swapping Arena "SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS" FALCON, FORD & MERCURY SALES Phone 138 West Union, Iowa FORDS Door Hardtop with only 1959 Ford Custom 300 4- 31,000 miles. Owned by Door Sedan with 8-cyl- Floyd Gunderson, Arling- inder engine, radio, heat- ton $1795 er and standard transmis- i957 Mercury Moniclair 2- sion $1375 Door Hardtop with radio 1959 Ford Custom 300 2- and automatic transmis- Door Sedan with V-8. «on< power steering and V:ry sharp! $1425 power brakes $895 1959 Ford Custom 300 .2- B U I C K S Door sedan. Has 6 cylin- ig 57 Buick 4-Door Sedan, der engine and is another A spec i a i mo del with sharp automobile! $1375 automatic transmission & 1958 Ford Sunline Convert- radio $825 ible. Red and White beau- OTHER MAKES ty with black top. See . this fine buy $1295 1959 Rambler Station Wag- 1958 Ford 6-cylinder Cus- 0n ; 8"<*U»»« engine with . onn ATC %I „ automatic transmission., torn 300 4-Door. Has a «iooc new motor $1095 ^"""V^ 1959 Hilman Minx 4-Door CHEVROLETS Sedan . . $850 1961 Chevrolet Bel Air 4- „„ Dcor Hardtop with Power TRUCK VALUES Glide, radio, heater and 1960^International L-160 2- power steering. Black and Ton truck with 156-inch while two-ioae. Has low wheelbase, 4-speed trans- mileage and is very clean mission and 2-speed axle $2495 $1995 1958 Chevrolet 4-Door Sta- 1959 Chevrolet V-8, 2-Ton lion Wagon. Has auto- truck with 156 - inch matic transmission, radio wheelbase $1995 and is clean as a whistle! 195$ C-600 Ford LWB truck - $1275 with 5-speed Iransmls- MERCURYS >ion, 2-speed axle and V- 1959 Mercury Monterey 2- 8 motor $925 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 UBS . . . tf the automatic nosil shuts off at $3.33 ;,1gn. a tank fill of gas, that purchase wiH be free thit week*. X ities Service .•Sr.*' F03 SALE — D.-nparics, for large picture window, usrd, White with Gold design . . . Very Smnrt, Thiiyeis United Furn. PH. 287 FnyclU*. 10-1 FOR SALE — NEW CARPET, UH)7 r Nylon. Fo;un Pad, Complete $4.!f) sq. yd. Thaycrs United Furn. PH. 287 Fayette. Ia. 10-1 FOR SALE — New three bedroom house, Phone 1!)6 11-4 miscellaneous Wanted flnnouiKMTS HOW TO TREAT A COLD DO THIS QUICK I Start taking action ;it the first sign of a sneeze, sore throat, runny nose, watery eyes. It is much easier to check. Take the .'i (lose BQ plus 6 treatment- happy results in 90 "minutes or your G!)e hack at any drug store. NOW at Daniel's Drug. PIANO TUNING & REPAIR E. E. LOCKHART 132 2nd Ave. N. W. Oelwein, la. Phone 283-3801 INTERIOR and exterior painting. Free estimate - Phone 190 11-4 WANT TO RENT — Large unfurnished house in or near Fayette. Write: Box 14 Fayette, Iowa. 12-1-x WANTED — Refrigeration service and repair. Phone Fayette 64. Clyde Williams. 22-tf WANTED Aermotor Windmills Jesse Allnuit Ph. 454-6528 Blairslown, Ia. 12-4-x CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sin- core thanks to our relatives and friends for their many acts of kindness and sympathy during the recent loss of our loved one; for the cards, visits, flowers, food and memorials. A special thank you to the men who worked to open roads, to Reverend Rumppe and the assistance of Burn ham and Wood Funeral Home. These kindnesses will be treasured and remembered always. Mrs. Alfred Stearns and family LOCALS Mis. Grover Douglas who left for California to visit her children, was injured in a bus accident, receiving several cracked ribs, one arm broken in two places and a possibility of internal injuries. —*— Dr. John Dorman and Mrs. Edna .Lee entertained Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Billings as dinner guests Sunday, honoring the latter on her birthday. —•— Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pritchard on Wednesday, March 20, were Mrs. Elizabeth Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. William Jones and Mrs. Wilbur Bach. The-occasion being Mr. Pritchard's 85th birthday. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Walter Turner, Mrs. Ralph Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dickinson, and Pete Oelberg attended the funeral of Mrs. Albert Oelberg at Waukon, Wednesday afternoon. Others from this area attending were Mr. and Mrs. Chester Adams, of Arlington, Franklin Oelberg, of Wadena, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oelberg, West Union, and Mrs. Selmar Eriekson, of Clermont. — a— Out. of town relatives here to attend the funeral of Alfred Stearns were from Wise, Utah, Waterloo and Rockford, 111. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Norman Olson and family, of Creighton, Nebr., were week-end visitors in the home of his parents, the J. E. Olsons and with her parents, Mr. -and Mrs. Donald Kalm in Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Olson and his two sisters from Norway who are visiting in the Olson home, and the Norman Olsons were supper guests Monday in the Burton Odekirk home. Mr. and Mrs! Earl Schneider, who had been spending a few weeks with his brothers, Milo and Claude in Miami, Fla., returned home last week. Mrs. Pearl Schneider, of Oelwein, who accompanied them there returned home with them. —•— Mrs. Walter South, of Hazleton, visited Monday afternoon with her two aunts. Mrs. Signe Svelland and Mrs. Wilkemine Simonsen, in the Jens Olson home. —•— Mrs. Mildred Miner and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker, accompanied by Mrs. William Schroeder, of Randalia, attended the funeral of Mrs. Voelker's brother, Albert Thran, at the Westgate Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. —•— Mr. and Mrs. David Hamilton are the parents of a daughter, born March 13, in the West Union hospital. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Miner, of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miner and Brooks, of Maynard, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mrs. Mildred Miner home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lauer and Terry and Mrs. Arnold Lauer, of Hawkeye, were Monday evening visitors in the Miner home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bass and family, of Waterloo, visited Saturday in the Farrell Bass home at Lima. —•— David Reese who has been in service in Korea has received his discharge and came Thursday evening for an indefinite visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Reese. "WE SELL THE EARTH" WANTED QUALITY LISTINGS HERE'S PROPERTY NEVER BEFORE LISTED FIVE BEDROOM, two baths, nat. gas, built-in oven & top burners. Close to town. New. Would make two good apartments. 160 A, electricity, some tile, close to Tripoli, Ia. in Bremer county. House less than 15 yrs. old. Good black soil. Cash, VIRGIL M. BORCHERT Real Estate Broker Phone 284 Fayette. Is. SID'S USED FURNITURE Phone Blue 208 .NEW BABY CRIBS ROLL - AWAY BEDS CHROME SET Nov i* ft good time to get that chair or sofa Larry Maxson, who is in the Navy, stationed at San Diego, Calif., is spending a leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Maxson and with other relatives. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles. Mrs. Hazel Rasmusscn and Jean Ann Cowles were visitors at the Leslie Hilman home near Arlington Sunday, which was to attend the observance for the 24th wedding anniversary of Mrs. Hilman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Loomis. They also called in the J. F. Wilkinson home. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Vaylord Maurer, of Waterloo, were dinner guests Sunday in the parental Fred Maurcr home. —•— Mrs. Harry Randall and Dutch Murphy represented the Volga River Riders at the meeting in Oelwein with other saddle club officiers to set dates for rides and shows for the year. — m —— Mrs. Howard Roberts Sr., was taken to the Oelwein hospital for treatment Tuesday evening and. is improving slowly. —•— Mrs. Aimelia Voelker came to the home of Mrs. Mildred Miner Saturday afternoon after several days stay at the home of Mrs. Steege in Sumner, following her release from the hospital. Mrs. Voelker resides with her daughter, Mrs. Miner. —m— Mr. and Mrs. George Cowles and Kevin, of-^Lincoln, Nebr., were week-end visitors of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Park Cowles and Mrs. Marie Solomon and with other relatives. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Doug Everett, Alleman, came Friday evening to spend the week-end in the parental Gerald Everett and Arnold Heth home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and boys, of Marengo, were also week-end guests of her parents, the Arnold Heths. —«— Mrs. Ernest Wolfgrnm and Eldo, of Westgate. and Mrs. Mablc Ostrander visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Wolfgram's aunt, Miss Elsie Smith in West Union. — • — Charles Webb is at home from the Sumner hospital and recovering from recent surgery. — • — Mrs. Melissa Fauser ;ind granddaughter, Judy Heins, were dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Frank Edmonds home near Randalia. — • — Mr. and Mrs. John Neuhring and family were Sunday afternoon visitors of his father, John Neuhring, Sr. in Monona. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Walters, of Independence, were Sunday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mis. J. Herwig. — • — Assisting Mrs. Charles Webb ; n celebrating her birthday Sunday at her home were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trost and daughter, of Waterloo, Ronald Anderman, of Independence, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Timme' man, of Fayette. —•— Dinner and supper guests Sunday at the Peter Fauser home were the Paul Fauser family of Dunkerton, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Doughty and family, Cedar Falls and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Koehler and family, of Oelwein. UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY ARTIST SERIES Presnets Dance Drama Company Direct From New York Performances Thursday, March 29 8:15 P. M C0LGR0VE - WALKER AUDITORIUM FAYETTE, IOWA ADMISSION ADULTS — $1.50 STUDENTS — $1.00 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 WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERIOK Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Volt Master BATTERIES 122 amp. 45 plate 12 velt 30 mo. guarantee $15.95 exchange $20.00 exchange Arnold Heth Repair Fill Your Freezer Now WITH THE FINEST MEATS FROM YOUR CHOICE BEEF We have a large selection on hand at all times. We feature top quality beef at the lowest possible prices. Cut and wrapped while you wait. Special — This Week - End WHOLE BABY BEEF LIVER — 19c lb. BUY THE ECONOMICAL WAY YOUR CHOICE BEEF Jjs mile south on Highway 150 West Union, Iowa MORE COVERAGE! SAME COSTI TO ALL HAWKEYE - SECURITY AND UNITED SECURITY POLICY HOLDERS: Recent filings provide that damage to vehicles caused by actual collision with birds or animals will now come within the. scope of comprehensive rather than collision coverages. Further, when 'a collision loss involves two cars insured under the Fam'ily Automobile Policy in either of these companies of the Financial General Insurance Group, the collision deductible will not be applicable. These changes become effective with respect to losses occurring on and after March 1, 1962. Amendatory endorsements will not be issued. Instead, the companie8 will interpret all newly issued and outstanding Family Automobile Policies to contain the broadened provisions. These innovations will allow us to give you valuable, additional protection at no increase in cost. Fayette Insurance Agency . Phone 88 - Fayette A NEW GAS DRYER FOR WOMEN WHO HATE IRONING (Don't they all?) THIS NEW MAYTAG SHUTS ITSELF OFF BEFORE WRINKLES ARE BAKED IN The new Maytag gas clothes dryer with Electronic Control dries every load exactly right every time. Clothes are never overdrled. Wrinkles are never baked in. You save hours of ironing. Now, for the f|rsjtJHm« clothes come out of the dryer without losing their natural moisture, feeling soft, looking fluffy. Dependable. It's n Maytag. And because it's gas, it operates for one-fourth the cost of electric dryers. YOU <5AN BUY THIS MODEL RQS00 MAYTAG OA" CLOTHES DRYER FOR $7 .44 A MONTH ON YOUR QA8 BILL AFTER XL DOWN PAYMENT, WASHDAYS ARE SHORTER AND SWEETER WITH OAS ^ PEOPLES Stf§ IS

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