Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on April 26, 1962 · Page 4
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April 26, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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New paymeni option in 62 feed groin program Fayette county farmers' have a new option in the way they receive payment for diverting acres under the 19(52 feed grain program, says county Extension Director M. C. W.ingsness. He says n recently approved A. S. C. provision allows farmers who have 19G1 crop corn sealed under government loan on their farms to take from this storage an amount of coin equal in value to their payment for diverted production. The value of corn they take from storage will be based on local market prices — not the government loan rate. In most ways the provision is similar to the option farmers had for taking "payments-in-kind" last year. The dilference is that farmers can now receive corn they grew themselves and already have stored under government loan on their farms. hast year, the "paymen in-kind" provision required farmers to ob tain grain from Commodity Credit Corporation stocks at a central elevator point. The grain can still l>e obtained from these elevators if farmers prefer to get it there. The option for taking payments in cash is unchanged. Farm Economist Marvin Skadberg of Iowa State university says th re a e several factors you should consider before making a decision on which payment option to take. First. Skadberg says, you should decide whether you need extra corn for your feeding program during the year. If you do. taking payment in government com stored ro your firm can mean a savings of sSxrt -i eon is a bushel. This savings will be effected by eliminating corn-hauling trips. First, you eliminate hauling the sealed corn to a local terminal when the Commodity Credit Cor­ poration calls for it. Second,.you eliminate hauling in'the extra corn you need for feeding operations from an outside source. Skadberg and other economics at Iowa State calculate that each of these trips costs an average of 2 cents per bushel. You may also find an advantage in feeding your own grain because you know its quality. One disadvantage in taking Feed Grain payments from government stocks stored on-the-farm could be that you will lose rental payments on the storage structure. However, Skadberg points out, if you plan to refill this storage with "loan corn" in a short time this will not be an important consideration. Wangsness suggests that for detailed information on the new option, you should contact the County A. S. C. S. office located in Fayette. to be in West Union on April 23, one day.eaHier than the regular day; of the spring conference to be in Waucoma on May 5; and of the fourth district conference at Osage on May 8. Thursday, April 26, was set for the meeting of all chairman of the local unit with Mrs. Orah Patsey to fill out annual reports. Hostesses for the social hour refreshments were Mrs. Struve, Mrs. Steege and Mrs. Schwarz. Members Initiated Into the Maynard Legion auxiliary MAYNARD — Initiation of mem bers into the American Legion auxiliary was the main item of busin ess when it met Tuesday evening, April 10, at the Community hall. Those initiated were Mrs. Austin Heaton, Mrs. Lyle Lamphier, Mrs. John Wittenburg, Mrs. Opal Sherman, Mrs. Luella Roberts, Mrs. Allen Schwarz, Mrs. Victor Steege, Mrs. Richard Lehmkuhl and Mrs. Albert Bunn. On the initiation staff were Mrs. A. F. Bergman, initiation officer; Mrs. Orland Struve, sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Raymond Arthur, chaplain; Mrs. Marvin Ingels, president; Mrs. Merrill Glew, first vice-president; Mrs. David Parsons, second vice-president; and Mrs. Adolph Kuennen, junior past president. Announcement was made of the county meeting of auxiliary uniu New cooperator Approved by the S. C. S. distrist The April meeting of Fayette Soil Conservation District was held April 9 at the Soil Conservation District office in West Union. A new cooperator, Clarence E. Ruckdashel, Pleasant Valley Town ship was approved to obtain a basic plan. Four basic plans approved, Charles Jacobson, Union Township. Henry Stiles, Oran Township, Aaron Howard, Banks Township, and Deering Bros., Clermont Township. Revised plans approved were Fred Burrack, Smithfield township, M. J. Blockhus and Edgar Traeger of Pleasant Valley township. The district commissioners voted to pay the tuition for Miss Carol Suckow and Mrs. Margretta Schlumbohm to attend the summer session of the Teachers Conservation camp at Springbrook State Park, Guthrie Center, Iowa. Because of a change in the date of the regional speech contest on "How Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future," the local local contest will be changed from the last week in April to the first week in May and will be held in the North Fayette School Building. Chevrolet; Dale or Betty Resor, Oelwein, Ford; Marjorie Lockard, Maynard, Ford; Hugh McGee, Oelwein, Chrysler; Merle or Mary Caldwell, West Union, Ford; Eldrcd Dumermuth, Fayette, Mercury; Edward Grell, Oelwein. Rambler; Ora or Irma Ohl, Oelwein, Ram bier; Dr. Marion Shelton, Oelwein, Mercury; Empire Chevrolet Inc., Maynard, Chevrolet; Chris or Bernice Schumacher, Lamont. Chevrolet; Marvin Ungerer, Hawk eye, Chevrolet. William Harlcy, Sumner, Ford; William or Doris Nutting. West Union, Rambler; Richard Miller, West Union, Studebaker; Wheels Inc., Oelwein, Chevrolet; Robert or Mary Wolfe, Maynard, Chevrolet, Bruce or Nita Vargason, Ran dalia, Chevrolet; Donald or Con stance Martens, Oelwein, Chevrolet; George Hellmer, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Iva or Bonnie Boone, Oelwein, Rambler; Jerry or Louise Green, West Union, Ford; Kenneth or Joyce McNichols, Oelwein, Pontine; Elza or Rosella Carley, Fayette, Chevrolet; Edward or Minnie Plaster, Westgate, Chevrolet. New trucks were licensed to Hub City Baking Co., Oelwein, Ford; Reliable Cleaners, West Union, Ford; Oelwein Body Shop, Oelwein, Ford; Donald or Alice Bolton, Hawkeye, Internation pickup. New cars licensed At treasurer's office New cars licensed recently in the Fayette county treasurers office are: Leland Willson, Oelwein, Studebaker; Edward or Mary Kaeppel, Sumner, Rambler; Chicago Great Western, Oelwein, Chevrolet; William Rodgers, Randalia, Generations The little children of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Knight of Humboldt are the fourth generation that makes up four generations involving both sides of their family. Legal Notice Regular Meeting March 5, 1962 Meeting called to order by Mayor Beck. 7 :45 o'clock. Councilmen present Addy, Smith, Gallaher and Hennig. ^Absent Bowen. Minutes read and stand approved. Mayor appointed Addy as chairman of committee with Smith and Hennig to investigate parking conditions on all the streets in town of Fayette. Bills examined as follows. General Interstate Power Co. service $ 23.21 Fayette Mutual phone Co. service & tolls 5.50 DX Sunray oil Co. fuel oil 28.82 Standard Oil Co. fuel oil 16.75 Ed. Campbell coal & garage 152.46 Fayette Comity Leader printing - 55.35 E. II. Carley furnace repairs 44.55 Fayette Insurance Agency liability insurance 526.12 A. E. Wood petty cash 27.65 A. E. Wood salary 156.08 Total $1,036.49 Street Zabriskies Garage parts-labor $ 143.30 Earle's Standard Service gas, oil, etc 95.15 Langerman Construction Co., snow removal 324.00 Fayette Stone Co. snow removal 350.00 Fayette Sand & Gravel Co. snow removal 8.00 Langerman Construction Co. snow removal 84.00 Earl H. Crawford repair parts 32.15 Melvin Holtzman salary 100.00 Total $1,136.00 Public Safety Zabriskies Garage parts & labor $ 29.81 Earle's Standard Service gas, oil, etc 56.35 DX Sunray Oil Co. fuel oil 28.81 Standard Oil Co. fuel oil 16.74 <Jene Singer repair work 1.00 Fayette Insurance Agency liability insurance 328.47 Alfred Ash salary 280.12 Lloyd Holtzman salary 256.12 Total $ 997.42 Sanitation Arwells Inc. service $ 10.00 Total $ 10.00 Municipal Enterprls Interstate Power Co. service - —$ 9.30 Peoples Natural Gas Co. fuel 45.85 Imogene Sheeley ass't librarian 29.06 Dennis Heth labor - 10.00 Berly Thompson librarian 66.73 Total $ 160.94 Utilities Interstate Power Co. service 179.55 Vandersee Plumbing Co. switch box-labor 51.00 E. H. Carley fuel 24.70 Louis Whitney & Co. service & parts 185.88 Melvin Holtzman salary 178.34 Total $ 019.47 Sewer Rental Interstate Power Co. service $ 210.76 Nationql Chemsearch Corp. paint ND25 66.40 Zabriskies Garage • parts - labor G0.70 Earle's Standard Service gas, oil, etc. 42.61 State University of Iowa fees 20.00 Davil McGee salary 298.50 Total $ 706.97 Grand Total $4,667.89 Motion by Addy that the bills be allowed, seconded by Smith All councilmen voting aye, carried. Moved by Addy, seconded by Smith that we renew insurance policy on the city garage building with Fayette Insurance Agency, all voting aye. carried. Motion by Hennig, seconded by Gallaher that we send David McGee to sewer and disposal plant operators training school at West Union April 4, all voting aye, Carried. After much discussion about the town utilities and deliquent water accounts, the council decided to put a minimum- quarterly water rate of $12.00 on all residents and parties with broken water meters or no meters. Also delinquent water accounts to be filed for collections. Mr. John J. Fox of Smith Construction Co. meet with council to discuss street work of patching, sweeping, asphalt surfacing program, No action taken at this time. Moved by Smith, seconded by Gallaher to adjourn, all voting aye, carried. A. E. WOOD clerk 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 Shop Fayette HERD'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING ALL YOUR SHOPPING LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you get: 1. HONEST VALUES 2. AMPLE SELECTION 3. INSTANT DELIVERY, SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 4. MORE PERSONAL AND FRIENDLIER TREATMENT 5. SAVING Or TIME 4. RELIEF FROM COSTLY TRAVEL THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY 7. FREEDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS 0. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLINO CROWDS 10. THE CHANCE TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY BY PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HERE Northeast Iowa's Most Complete Home Shopping Center THAYER'S UNITED FURNITURE B. J. "Buzz" THAYER, Owner MRS. POLLY THAYER, Home Consultant PHONE 287 — FAYETTE, IOWA Call Collect For Free Estimates — 7 Sales People to Serve You DO IT YOURSELF AT THE FAYETTE SPEED WASH 1 Block North of College Gym Open 24 Hours — Every Day DANIELS DRUG For The Best Care You Could Receive In Having Your PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED PHONE 163 UPPER 10WA UNIVERSITY The Best Place To Shop Is Right At Home It's The Unity In The Community That Get's The Job Done OTT'S DRIVEIN Try Our HOME MADE PIZZA All Kinds and Sizes Otto and Margaret Finger, Props. MAURER'S SHOES and CLOTHING Jeanle Sports Wear — Wlndbreaker Jackets Step Master Shoes For Children Red Wing Work Shoes For Men Glov - ette Shoes For Women REAL ESTATE VICTOR DAHL SALES & SERVICE FOR Homes, Farms, Business, Rental Management All Price Ranges SUMNER REALTY CO. Fayette - phone 195 For That Lubrication Job BRING YOUR CAR TO HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE PHONE 38 Quality Service Instead of Stamps WHERE SERVICE IS TOPS VANDERSEE Plumbing — Heating—Wiring GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES and Air Conditioning Hot Point Appliances SALES — SERVICE PHONE 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Your Independent Insurance Agent SERVES YOU BEST PHONE 88 ED'S DEEP ROCK QUALITY COALS GAS FOR LESS PHONE 45 EO CAMPBELL, Prop. STATE BANK OF FAYETTE A FULL SERVICE BANK Checking Accounts — Savings Accounts Time Certificates — Loans — Money Orders SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES LEWIS' Sc to $1.00 Headquarters • For Most Everything Quality At A Low Price PHONE 75 VIRGIL E B0RCHERT REAL ESTATE BROKER Broker Service In Quality Listings, Property ' Management and Rentals DOC'S BARBER SHOP Come in and get a good haircut — an asset in any business. PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Live Modern For Less With Natural Gas Phone 266 1 •' 1,1 'ife "- WW '"I."-* 1 HARPER'S PLUMBING & HEATING 4 PHONE 77 LENNOX SALES A SERVICE Heathig and Air Conditioning Homes Churches ~- Schools — Commerce ZABRISKIES GARAGE A Complete Service For All Makes Of Cars and Trucks Phone 80 — Fayette VERA'S DRESS SHOP Phone 81 • Vicky Vaughn Jr«, - Koret of California Lanson Rajn'n Shine,Wear '. Purse. ^Hfg ^frsinr *Va™M$4 ~"~"~**~"~"—"—u—..— , , ,•„. A HAROLD EARLE >vi-«'| 1f- CO^UETE WWE OF QUALITY PRINTING Wedding Announcements — Invitations r- ^lapiciI^t Office Supplies Personalized Letterheads BILL'S SUPER VALU Complete Line of Groceries With Prices To Please , Your Pocketboofc Open Evenings and ° ] * n mwm &^.hAu.. JA ith „J»*. u.i6. '3 \L.r,.\

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