Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 19, 1962 · Page 6
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April 19, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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I-OR SA'.E — Hay - 2 miles N. E. on Limn Road. Hay S. Mitchum 15-2-x USED BALDWIN ACROSONIC spliK 't pinno. Beautiful tone, con vcntionnl ense, approved touch. Nice price savings. Will rent for three months with purchase pri- vilodge. Write, C. R. Piano & Organ Co., .'122 First Ave. NK, Cedar Rapids, Iowa. 15 2 FOR SALE — Bicycles of all kinds; Bicycle built for two; repairs, Fameys Bicycle Service, l'hone 2525 16 1-x FOR SALE — Hand Garden Plow with attachment. Mrs. A. Larson. Phone White 03. Repossessed spinet piano can be had forSlO. monthly payments. RRNIKR'S . r )31 Main Dubuque, Iowa Your Hammond Organ Dealer 102 miscellaneous Wanted HELP WANTED — Lady to Iron on- Fridays. Phone 2/10 10 1 FOR SALE — Three Bedroom home. Contact Ervin Van Bogart, Fayette. 14-4-x Try An Ad In The Leader FOR SALE — Good 7 room house with bath, with one acre of land, own well and R. E. A. School bus and mail to door. Good location. Good road. Martin Boedeker, Ranclnlia. Phone Maynartl 1803 14-4-x Used Machinery 490 J. D. corn planter 15 ft. I. H. C. disc J. D. 60 tractor 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 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self- propelled combine with corn head 1948 B J.D. tractor 1944 B J.D. tractor Case spreader No. 43 J.D. shelter with PTO 'Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked slicker. DeHAVEN & KR0EGER John Deere and New Holland — Sales & Service — Phone 115 Sumner. Iowa FOR SALE WALKERS FLOWER AND GIFT SHOP In Fayette, well 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. REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 2 APARTMENT — house, good income, oil furnace, large garage. Good location. 4 BEDROOM — Mi bath, Hardwood floors - Stoker heat. Good family home. 4 BEDROOM — modern, hard wood floors, newly reflnlshed. Bath and a half, combination screens. Double garage. 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 1963 possession 123 A - 147 A - 160 A 200 A All price ranges Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. 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 will be free this week. Harry's Cities Service It happened 100 YEARS ago 7i!l, 8 iM. es i ''"~ rpor i ted trade association In the country, •in in«o ted S .l ales Brewers Association, was organized in 1862 ... the same year that IN IOWA crews building the Mississippi and Missouri i Railroad pushed the line to Brooklyn ..,. almost half way across the state, lowans cheered this pioneering feat with glasses of foaming beer. For even then, beer was Iowa's traditional 'beverage of moderation. Beer still provides /enjoyment for IpWans, and a good living for jmany of them .. .not only the employees of ^heBrewlngJndustry: Itself, but also for Iowa formers ana'other suppliers of the materials brewers use, /.'('• TODAY, In ftlr 'e'enttnrilai year, the United Slates Brew*, Association still works constantly tp 8ssu >;walnknance of high stand• lerels of quality ahd jprpprlety wherever beer. ^nd ale are. served. , UNHID si ATCS liKIWI'liS ASSOUA I ION, INC I ...V 1 I'm-jimi -Do-, fi'luiiit". WANTED WORK — Would like steady work. Newell Comhs. 107 Washington St. KM x Business Services INTERIOR and exterior painting. Free estimate • Phone l'JC 11-4 pathy at the time of our loved ones deat I wish to extend our thanks and a;v.eciation. Special thanks to Rev. Je.-.y Wolcott fo.' his; comforting message, and to Mrs. Ill's- s' i fc>ion and Mr. Kenneth Upham i .tr their lovely music. Also for the many beautiful flowers and mem o.-ials for church and Cancer Society. To the many friends who coin, ibuted food for the coffee hour at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Giecnough following the services, we are deeply grateful. M.s. B. K. Brown and children Ethel E. Clark hard school are: Gary Brownell, president; Leslie Fox, vice-president; Larry Block, secretary; David Hoehne, treasurer; James Harrison, reporter; Mike McGill, sentinel and Lee Buhr, parlimentarian The F. F. A. has set Tuesday, April 24, for holding its annual parent and son awards banquet at the Community hall. EXPERIENCED paper hangers, Reasonable. Timmcrman. Phone Black 69 Fayette. 15-2 Wasteful Heating Systems Are costly compared with modern, fuel- saving Green Colonial comfort- engineered heating. Convenient payments. Vandersee Plumbing & Heating. For Prompt Service Garden Roto-tillng Phone 10 — Fayette CARD OF THANKS • I wish to thank all my friends for their cards, notes, and visits while I was in the hospital and since I returned home. Waldo Walker 16-1-x Training school for 4-H achievement show Judging, April 26 A training school will be held on Thursday evening, April 2G, at the Extension office in Fayette, for all women interested in judging local 4-H achievement shows this summer. The meeting, starting at 7 p. m. will deal with the standards and goals which are part of the 4-H home furnishings program this year. Conducting the session will be Emelda Kunau, Iowa State university specialist. Mrs. Wayne Granger, 4tH leader, and Dorothye Busching, extension home economist. All 4-H leaders, former 4-H leaders and committee women, homo economics teachers and other interested in ji'tlging 4 II achievement shows this summer a e welcome to attend. From the l.st of those attending this training session, the judges for the local achievement shows will be selected. Further questions aboi'l this meeting may be directed to the County Extension office, CHORE BOY, SERVICE CENTER! Parts and Service For A!l Makes Cf Milkers KMUIG SERVICE AND SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa 1G-1 — West Central F. F. A. Elects new officers Maynard — The new officers of the West Central chapter of the Future Farmers of America elected at the April 9 meeting at the May- PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY flnnouiKUis CARD OF THANKS To all who expressed their sym- FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Water Sf. Fayette, Iowa 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. •Vppralsal has been made and bids are asked. If Interested, :all 195. VICTOR DAHL, Referee Fayette. Iowa BELLES . WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette 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 apart- mont 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 Fayette, la. WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer l Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Summer League Schedule — BOWL AT 8:00 P.M. — MONDAYS—Three-Man Men's Teams TUESDAYS—Mixed Couples, 2 couples per team WEDNESDAYS—Women's League THURSDAYS—Junior Boys' League, 4 to a team FRIDAYS—Junior Girls' League, 4 to a team — BEGINNERS WELCOME — LILAC LANES Phone 780 West On Highway 18 West Union, Iowa It Was Unbelievable! Never have we seen so many people on the streets of Fayette! 1 We're proud to have been a part of such a successful promotion as the . . . Mad Midnight Marathon COME SEE US OFTEN Milking Service & Supply CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER LOUIS E. BARNES Phone 37 Fayette Tom Loveall - Winnebago, Minnesota I Ken Galloway - Decorah, Iowa ft,. " Charles Hutchison - Oelwein, Iowa Robert Hem - Eyota, Minnesota Paul Gordon - Dubuque, Iowa "We're Really Sold on Clean Electric Heat/' say Mr. 6- Mrs. Eugene Bush of Chadioick, III The Eugene Bushs are enjoying their second year of heating their home electrically. Besides cleanliness _ the features they like most about electric heating are Va| "»™r Kristensen - Clinton, Iowa the silent operation, the automatic room by room controls and die freedom from drafts and cold spots; They also find the operating cost is reasonable with a special low Interstate Power electric heating rate. The Bush home is one of many throughout Interstate- land that is being heated electrically-a few of them are pictured here. You, too, can enjoy flameless elec-. trie heating in your home. You will find it usually costs less to buy an'd install than other types. Detailed information is available from your local heating contractor or nearest Interstate Power office, Eugene Bush —.Chedwick, Illinois' Jerome Hammersch'mldt - Fulda, Minrj&sc-i COMPANY Clarence Ring - Rlceville. Iowa

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