Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 12, 1962 · Page 8
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 8

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, April 12, 1962
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miscellaneous Wanted• HPflOUflfffllfI1TS Sign-up period extended - For feed grain program FOR SALE — Nursery stock from Shermans Nursery Co. Charles City. Iowa. Israel Shaffer. 14-2-x FOR SALE — Thre« Bedroom home. Contact Ervin Van Bogart, Fayette. 14-4-x FOR SALE — Good 7 room houto with bnth, with one acre of land, own well and R. E. A. School bus and mail to door. Good location, Good road. Martin Baedeker, Randalia. Phone Maynard 1803 14-4-x FOR SALE — Building lot, 9S' by 110'. Contact Howard Popenhagen. 15 1 FOR SALE — Hay - 2 miles N. E. on Lima Road. Ray S. Mitchum 15-2-x USED BALDWIN ACROSONIC spinet piano. Beautiful tone, conventional case, approved touch. Nice price savings. Will rent for three months with purchase pri- viledge, Write, C. R. Piano & Organ Co., 322 First Ave. NE, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 15-2 WANTED 12-4-x Aermotor Windmills Jesse AJlnuil Ph. 454-6528 Blairstown. Ia~ Business Services WHEN BUYING HEATING OR cooling equipment, operating costs, convenience and comfort are important. That's why the trend is to Green Colonial. Easy payments Vandersee Plumbing & Heating. INTERIOR and exterior painting. Free estimate - Phone 196 fl-4 EXPERIENCED paper hangers, Reasonable. Timmerman. Phone Black 69 Fayette. 15-2 SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS REAL ESTATE THREE BEDROOM two story house with attached garage. New gas furnace, carpeted, air conditioner, located on two lots. Newly redecorated Inside and out. TWO APARTMENT - house, new furnace. Less than $9000.00 FOR RENT FOR RENT — Three room apartment with shower bath and partially furnished. Heat and water furnished. Freshly painted and In excellent condition. Ready for occupancy. VIRGIL M. B0RCHERT REAL ESTATE "BROKER" SALES - RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Phone 264 Fayetto, la. FOR SALE TO SETTLE ESTATE — The late Mrs. Ashby residence. 2 B.R. Bath, Kitchen, D.R. « L.R., Oil Furnace, Hot Water Heater. One itory home. Appraisal has been made and S>tds are asked. If interested, call 195. VICTOR DAHL, Referee Fayette. Iowa FOR SALE WALKERS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP In Fayette, wall establish ed, also included in sale is Bldg with 3 furnished apartments with good Income. All sold at one unit price, building, fixtures, furniture and stock. For further information contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALITY CO. Used Machinery 490 J. D. com planter 15 ft. I. H. C. disc J. D. 60 tractor New Idea spreader KB A 11 ft. J.D. wheel disc 2—H J. D. tractors and hydraulic lift cultivators 2—No. 290 J. D. com planters 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self- propelled combine with com head 1948 B J.D. tractor 1944 B J.D. tractor 'Warranty good ONLY en Lb* used machinery In our tlox* carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales It Serrlce — Phone 115 Sumner, Iowa RIAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 2 APARTMENT — house, good income, oil furnace, large garage. Good location. 4 BEDROOM — 1M bath, Hardwood floors • Stoker heat. Good family home. 4 BEDROOM — modern, hard wood floors, newly refinished. Bath and a half, combination screens. Double garage. v 1 BEDROOM — Full basement Oil furnace • extra land, • Good Buy 3 BEDROOM — oil furnace, Bath and a half, extra lot, garage. Nice location. FOR RENT 2 - 2 BEDROOM apartments 1 furnished and 1 unfurnished, heat and water furnished In both. FARMS For 19(3 possession 123 A • 147 A - 160 A 200 A All price ranges Contact VICTOR t DAW. Phono 195 Fayette. la. SUMNER REALTY CO. 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 Stamp* Where Service Is Tope NOW HEAR If the automatic notil shuts off at $3,33 on a tank fill of til purchete wtt CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank all my friends and neighbors, and especially Rev. Richard Jamieson, Rev. Fullmer, Uncle Jake and Aunt Bertha Yearous, and the Methodist ladies for their kindness expressed during the recent illness of our mother and grandmother, Mrs. ,J. W. Bailey. Mrs. .1. W. Bailey family 15-1-x CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my sincere thanks and appreciation for the cards, letters and gifts that were sert to me by friends, neighbors and relatives, also those who came to visit me while I was at the hospital in Rochester. Thelma Doughty 15-1-x CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends and neighbors for the cards, food, and flowers sent to me during my stay in the hospital. They were all very much appreciated. Mrs. Sid Moore 15-1 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for visits, cards and the kind deeds of help during my stay at Palmer Memorial and Schoitz Hospitals. Bill Orr 15-1-x Westfield Homemakers Met Monday evening The Westfield township homemakers met Monday evening, April 9, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette, Mrs. Robert Steinbronn was appointed township publicity chairman for the completion of the year. Mrs. Ralph Dickinson gave a book report on "The Shiralee" by Darcy Niland. The book was about life in Australia. A skit on Bruce­ llosis was given by Mrs. Rex Niles, Mrs. Hubert Kiel and Mrs. Robert Steinbronn. It was announced there will be another "get out and vote" contest, with a cash prize being awarded by the county Farm Bureau. This sentence should be completed in 25 words or le&s. "All eligible voters should vote and vote intelligently because. . . . The next meeting will be with the men of the township, on property taxes, May 14 at 8 p. m., in the basement of the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. Ernest Vermazen and Mfs. John Pattison were hostesses at the April 9 meeting. Corduroy pillows were made and hat making was discussed. Peacocks to host William Penn in Double header here The Upper Iown university baseball team will host William Penn college, a new member in the Iowa conference, in a doublchead- er Saturday, April 14, at 1 p. m. The game will be played at the Robertson's Woods baseball field. The team split a twin bill with Simpson college last Saturday as two U. I. U. outfield errors proved costly in the first game, resulting in a 5 4 loss. Junior Jim Reiter of Shell Rock, set down the Redmen 3 0 in the second game allowing only two hits. Third baseman Brent Prange, sophomore from Allison, lead the hitting attack with a triple in the sixth inning scoring two runs. The Saturday afternoon session of the Board of Trustees spring meeting didn't prevent Dr. John Dorman from asking the Board that he be excused on account of his double-header bail game with Simpson. Dr. Dorman and assistant coach Andre Nadeau were very pleased with the team's overall performance in spite of the limited out of doors practice before the opener. According to Nadeau, probable starting pitchers in the William Penn game will be sophomore Peter Turano of Newport, Rhode Island, and Jim Reiter of Shell Rock. The next three games are away starting with Loras college on April 25. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers MILKING SERVICE AND SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa TRIPLE XXX Organic Base Lawn Food firs* Choice of Profttshnal Lawnmofors T«*Je XXX Lawn rood It a wper blend «f dMMUeb? Mtowab end ergenk town ewtrtenh (tO.o-4) that keep* en feedkva •«4 ««rltM»g yeer lawn ten 's after •retnery rfwwfcol fenHbert have been •emeweS. Yw lawn grew* «ree«er t Nervier ane healthier vecawe of the Mfk erlontc centre) and pre«lM fetwt* lejttaM ** iWt wear diet . , . and y«e eniey greater eceneMy. (Matf. <gjw<h M lb». Cover* 9,000 sa. ft. •i ^.\md You Tht,^fj»fa>^ ; South M«h»nle Street - >W« Farmers in Iowa now have through Monday, April 16, in which to file an application to take part in the 1962 feed grain program, Ellis W. Thompson, chairman, agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Fayette committee, announced today. The spring sign-up deadline was orginally announced as extended to April 14, but since that is a Saturday - a "nonworking" day. the deadline is automatically extended under governing instructions through Monday, April 16. Growers in Iowa, and the other 23 states where the spring sign-up period has been extended, now will have an additional two weeks in which to get in a position to qualify for diversion payments and for price support on the 1962 crops. Only those growers who file app lications and who participate in the applicable program will be eligible for price support on crops for which a diversion program is available. Extension of the sign-up period is based on recommendations of A. S. C. State committees, and is being permitted only in States where ( 1 ) heavy snow or floods prevented or seriously delayed farmers from filing program applications by March 30, or ( 2 ) recently enacted legistution regarding "summerfallow" farms affects barley growers' participation in the 1962 feed grain program. In Iowa, usually bad weather in much of the state together with some flooding qualified the state for the sign-up extension. Bachman* obwrrVlltn Anniversary Sunday MAYNARD - Mr. and Mrs.' Ernest Bachman observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 8, with a family dinner at noon and open house at the home from 2 to 4 p. m. The former Leona Lower and Mr. Bachman were married at Galena, 111., on Apr. 8, 1937. They lived in and near Quasqueton for 12 years and have farmed near Maynard for the past 13 years. They are the parents of four children Richard at Clarence, Mrs. Douglas Chapman of Ames, Joan and Kevin at home. There are four grandchildren. Discussion scheduled on farm Problems and policy approaches Open house held On 25th anniversary MAYNARD — The open house at the United Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon, April 8, to observe the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Henniges was attended by 150 registered guests. Their daughter, Virginia, Waterloo, was the hostess and their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Don Henniges, Waynesville, Mo., registered the guests. The Rev. Carl R. Carlsen read a passage of scripture and offered prayer. During the serving of refreshments Mrs. Leroy Henniges, Fayette, presided at the punch bowl, Mrs. Lester Niewoehner, Hawkeye, poured coffee and Mrs. Raymond Hoeger, Sumner, cut the cake which she Baked and decorated. Irene Henniges and. Donna Hoeger were the waitresses and members of the Rebekah guild of the Helping Hand society assisted in the kitchen. Other towns represented included West Union, Waterloo; Fayette, Oelwein, Hazleton, Aurora, Randalia, Denver, Fredericksburg, Clarmont, LeMars and Maynard. A buffett supper was served in their home in the evening by Mrs. Joe Rhoades, Mrs. Raymond Lang and Mrs. Don Mosher. Guests included Henry Henniges, Mr. and Mrs. Don Henniges, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Henniges, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Niewoshner, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hoeger and Donna, Sumner, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Russler and family, West Union, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. McBride, Michael and JoAnn, Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Meyer, Waterloo, Don Mosher, Joe Rhoades and Raymond Lang. The Henniges' were surprised Friday evening, • April 6, when a group of friends gathered at their home for a 500 card party. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Richard Reinke, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Reick, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Renfrow, Mr. and Mrs. J. Hollis Windenburg, John Ingels, Floyd Gilley, Virginia, Irene and Robert Henniges. U.I.U. forensics Team to tourney The forensics team of Upper Iowa university will travel to Rapid City, South Dakota, on April 15 to participate in the Bi­ ll Provincial speech tournament. Sophomores Scott: Lebln, of Wilmette, 111., and Richard Robinson of Earlville, will be debating [the question, "Resolved: That Labor Organizations Should be Brought Under the Jurisdiction of Anti-Trust Legislation." Tom Wemette, > junior from Lime Springs, will, give an orgin- al oration, and Frank Smith, also of Lime Springs, is scheduled to discuss, "What Procedure Should the Federal Government Follow to Protect the Civil .Rights of All Citizens?" There will be five rounds of discussion of one hour each, and five rounds of debate of one hour each. The Upper Iowa, Debate Team placed third in competition with lfl colleges in the Upper Mid-West tournament at Harrnline university in late MarchJtfV • • The debate team .is sponsored by Richard Clark, assistant professor of history. • IS . Mrs. Hazel 'recently gave . ( iivergallonsr). Red Cross ~"" King is co^hairman Anlta^BloodmobUe. With eight or nine countries expected to send delegations to the meeting Wangsness suggested that local persons interested in attending should contact his office in Fayette. He said that the session will probably be of particular interest to leaders and representatives of organizations and agencies that are concerned with farm problems and policies. J. G. Johnson to Speak at meeting J. G. Johnson of Oelwein, assistant Fayette county attorney, will discuss "judicial reorganization" at the April meeting of the Fayette county Jane Jefferson club. The meeting is scheduled Thursday, April 12, in Oelwein. The group, composed of Fayette county Democratic women, will meet at 8 p. m. In the Interstate Power Co. conference room. All interested women are invited to attend. A business meeting and lunch will be included in the social evening. Final lesson in family Living program set The last in the scries of lessons in the Extension Family Living program will be held on April 16. The lesson,' "Outdoor Cookery", will be presented by Dorothye Busching, home economist and M. C. Wangsness, county extension director at 1:30 p. m. at the Extension office, Fayette. Included in the lesson will be information on preparation of the cooking -area, controlling pests and insects, and techniques for successful outdoor fun and cookery. The lesson will be designed for representatives of organized clubs in the county. Others interested In attending are invited to do so. For further information about this lesson or any phase of the Cooperative Extension program, contact the Extension office, Fayette. Cub Scouts meet MAYNARD — The Cub Scouts of Den 3 Pack 74 met Monday after school with their Den mother, Mrs. Arnold Paul, to complete their wall plaques which featured cowboy boots and to make cowboys from bowling pins. The work was followed by games and the meeting closed with the living circle and treats by Mrs. Paul. Try An Ad In The Leader PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY A group of 20 Fayette county leaders is being invited to participate with others from nearby counties in an educational meeting on "Farm Policy. Realistic Alternatives", it was announced by M. C. Wangsness, Fayette County Extension Director. The meeting for this area will be held on April 24 at Upper Iowa university Colgrove auditorium in Fayette. The program, starting at 8 p. m. will be led by Extension Public Affairs Specialist Wallace Ogg of Iowa State university. The presentation and discussion will center on two main elements: a review of present status of the farm problem and analysis of alternative policy approaches. Four policy approaches will be examined: continuation of programs like those of 1961 and 1962; supply management; land retirement; and free prices. Hospital auxiliary Makes plans for Ball At the regularly scheduled meeting of the Fayette unit of Palmer Memorial Hospital Auxiliary 18 members were present. The meeting was held Tuesday evening in the Colgrove-Walker • building on the Upper Iowa Campus. The group worked on posters for the Mobile Bake sale and the posters were completed for the "Daffodil Ball" on April 27. This will be a benefit dance with music by Pete Dougherty and his orchestra and will be at the Colgrove-Walker building. Admission is $1.50 for adults and $1 for students. A special meeting will be held April 18 to complete arrangements, with Mrs. Ivan Lindell and Mrs. Robert Anthony as hostesses. All present members are urged to attend the April 18 meeting, and any interested women of the community are invited to become REPORT OF CONDITION members of the Auxiliary. The 0 F STATE BANK OF FAYETTE, of Fayette County in the State meeting will be held in the Col- of io Wa at the close of business on March 26, 1962. FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 2K 405 Water St. Payette, I ewe To present program —MAYNARD — The elementary grades of the Maynard school will present a musical program Monday, April 16, at 8 p. m. Rosemary Murphy will be in charge of the program "Yankee Doodle". This will be the regular P. T. A. night and there will be open house for inspection of rooms and exhibits of work done. BELLES • WRIGHT Fayette DELSINQ - WRIGHT Mftynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Swrlc* Phone 189 — Fayette IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE TRY LEADER WANT ADS WATKXNS PRODUCTS R. R» ERION Dealer Phone Black 141 407 King St. Fayette, Uwm grove Walker building. Judy Brownell to Head West Central Future Homemakers MAYNARD - Judy Brownell has been elected, president of the West Central chapter of the Future Homemakers of America for the 1962-63 school year. Other new officers elected are Joan Bachman, vice-president; Elva Jean Sanders, secretary; Janice Potratz, treasurer; Judy Salmon, reporter; Melodye Parkinson, historian; Patricia Carlsen, parlimentarlan; Sandra Stumme, recreation chairman. ASSETS Cash, balances with other banks, and cash items in process of collection _ : . t 264,232.10 United States Government obligations, direct a-^d guaranteed Obligations of States and political subdivisions Other bonds, notes, and, debentures (including $99,193.75 securities of Federal agencies and corporations not guaranteed by U. S.) „,—.... Loans and discounts (including $148.18 overdrafts) 635,896.57 Bank premises owned $2,000.00, furniture and fixtures None Other assets 580,624.38 81,237.69 99,193.75 2,000.00 4,739,31 TOTAL ASSETS of LIABILITIES individuals, partnerships, and, L667 f 92A<|0 Derrfand deposits corporations S'tht^r t 0 ? Tm l«f^%*T 8ita ° f indivl5uals - Partnership Deposits of United States Government (including postal savings) resent the chapter as -a district officer. She will be installed at the district meeting next fall. Mrs. Gene Brownell will be the chapter mother next year. The chapter voted to send three delegates to the state F. H. A conference at Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines, on April 6-7. Because of the offices they will hold in the local and district organizations next year, Joan Bachman. Judy Brownell and Joyce Lenius were named as these del- Deposits of States and political subdivisions Certified and officers' checks, etc. TOTAL DEPOSITS ...„$1,450,76J.76 (a) Total demand deposits 973,960.44 (b) Total time and savings deposits 476,801.32 4" 867,599.40 •471,810.66 18,648.51 92 .307.75 395.44 TOTAL LIABILITIES CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Capital: (a) Common stock, total par value $50,000.00. gates. They will be accompanied SffideTplSfl^^ by Mrs. John Ingels, chapter ad- :—~~ visor. TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS TOTAL LIABILITIES AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS 3,450,761.76 4 .. 50,000.00 80,009.00 117,162.04 -* 217,162.04 -4 1,667,923.80 "Dress - up" dance to' Be held Saturday The Fayette Youth Center- is sponsoring a dress up dance Saturday, April 14, at the Legion Hall. All youngsters are requested to wear their "Sunday Best". West Union and Maynard high school students are invited to _ S u SP&^-SftS ^ *J R * C^AXTON and RUSSELL A. SWARTZ of the ^nsmed Ion of. the evening. MEMORANDA Assets pledged or assigned to secure liabilities and for other purposes (including notes and bills redin- crwnted and securities sold with agreement to repurchase) —. 'e Loans as shown above are after deduction of re* serves of • - • • - (a) 40.000.M 45,395.49 Women's BowiSng of Anita ith pint i )ood"to the e. Mrs, of the Maynard Coop Chase's IGA . HarryFs Cities Service B6 Singer's Plumbing ........51 Wilted Wllke ......^.,.37 Fayette Speed Wash H. H. I. S. 'Lots Ingels ... H. T. G. Maynard Coop ....787 •H T, S. Maynard Coop ....2196 F. B. CLAXTON President RUSSELL A. SWARTZ ' Cashier W L Correct -7 Attest: .62 34 PAUL TEMPLEMAN :>}•/".. .69 37 W. V. CLARK 40 L, C.JQRFUS 45 Directors. 59 State of Iowa, County of Fayette, ss: 33 73 .Sworn to and subscribed before me this 2nd day of Anril 1M> tor certMir that I am not an> officer os bank!^ SEAL ILATHSRXNE, GROSS, Notary PubUc My commission expires July^L^jfc

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