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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Mrs. Ethel Clark has returned to her home after spending several weeks at the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Brown in Cedar Falls, during Mr. Brown's illness: Mrs Clark went to Randalia Wednesday afternoon to spend a few days with her sister, Mrs. J. w. Frye and to attend the Mother's Day observance of the Reading Circle at the home of Mrs. Blanche Knight on Thursday ofternoon. — _ ^ Visitors Sunday afternoon in the Ray Iliff home were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Iliff and Mrs. and Mrs Warren Iliff, all of West Union. Mrs. Waldo Walker, Jr., and daughter, Martha Lynn, of Grinnell, visited from Thursday until Sunday in the parental J. E. Olsen home and also in the Waldo Walker, Sr., home. ^~W""~™ Members of the Mission Circle attending the Workshop at Freder- icirsburg Wednesday were Mrs. John Solomon, Mrs. James Miller, Mrs. Earl Gibson, Mrs. Robert Steinbronn, Mrs. Don Sieck, Mrs. Howard Nicholson, Mrs. Caroline Engler and Mrs. Eldred Dumermuth. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous spent a few days last week-end with their daughter and family, the Rev. Chester Quinnis, at Akron. Supper guests Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sorgo were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Paul, of Maynard. the birthday cake for the occasion. Mrs. Mildred Miner. Shirley and Gerald and her mother, Mrs. Amelia Voelker accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lauer, of Hawkeye, to Independence Sunday afternoon and attended open house at the Mental Health institute. They wen- all supper guests ;,t the Robert Miner home. Mrs. Katherine Gross was a week-end visitor in the home of Mr and Mrs. Wilbur Bach and family in Urbana. Alan had received his discharge from service before his visit here. —•— Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Rulifsen, of West union and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Frye, of Randalia were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Ethel Clark. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Krwin Geoken are the parents of a son born Saturday morning at the West Union hospital. The baby joins one brother and one sister in the Goeken home. He has been named George Neil. — • — Saturday overnight guests at the Frank Downing home were Mr. and Mrs. Rurle Downing, of Oelwein — • — Sunday evening visitors of Mrs. Mable Ostrander and Mrs. Ethel Watkins were Mrs. Gladys Schott and Mrs. Florence Hallquist, of I lawkeye. filed with clerk before each ar meeting. Bills examined as follows. General Fayette Co. Mutual Telephone, service ________ $ Intel-state Power Co. service ... ...... _________ Internal Revenue Service withholding tax __________ la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social security tax . I. P. fi. R. S. retirement tax __________ Harpers Plumbing Co. labor parts _________ Knight's Hardware mdso. . . A. E. Wood regul- r, -Q 2 0 0(i 3000 Heineman Texaco "~ gas, oil, etc 51.70 Zabriskies Garage parts, labor 1255 Alfred Ash salary ]nal2 Lloyd Holtzman p salary _ _ 256.12 State Rank of Fayette interest on warrants 21.18 Total V mm — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Downing Mr - nnd Mrs - Walker Briggs and attended the wedding of Kay Jones grandson, Steven Tope were Sat- JinH Mr»f ttinn I n.-» n _ .. i i I T .1 Iirrlllf nirrKt ,.«.-! O J • -. Street Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mrs. Voila Skinner as a belated courtesy for her birthday of April 26, were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Skinner and family, of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. James Macken and family, of Readlyn; Mrs. Leo Mork, West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Pfeiffer. Mrs. Mork baked and Norman Lemon at the "Lutheran church in Hawkeye Sunday afternoon. — • — Saturday overnight guests at the Frank Downing home were Mr. and Mrs. Btirle Downing, of Oelwein. Mrs. Harry Randall and Frank returned home Tuesday from a few days visit with her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Steggall in Lancaster, Mo. Attending the W R. C. social meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lee Jellings, near Randalia, were Mrs. Glen Greenough, Mrs. Darrell Streeter, Mrs. Harry Randall, Mrs. Ellis Thompson and Mrs. James McSweeney. -, _ •__ Mr. and Mrs. Archie Wood spent the week-end at the home of her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth .Ressler in St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ainsworlh, of Detroit, Mich., came Sunday to get her mother, Mrs. C. R. Ostrander who will spend an indefinite time in their home. ^Mr. and Mrs. Alan Pfeiffer, of Fort Lewis, Wash., came -Friday to spend two weeks with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pfeiffer. urday night and Sunday visitors at the David Briggs home in Mound, Minn. — m — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Maurer were dinner guests Sunday at the Wesley Maurer home in Dunkerton. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Don Vandersee were callers Sunday evening of Mrs. Erwin Goekt-n and infant son at the West Union hospital. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Hough were Mr. and Mrs. George Turner, Arlington, Mrs. Lois Sorg, Maynard, and Mr. and Mrs. John Solomon. Monday dinner guests of the Houghs were Mr. and Mrs. Herb Sanders. A Saturday afternoon visitor in the Justin Herwig home was Mrs. Pearl Herwig, of Sumner. s 2<;.i.o<) 2!U!() lo.:ii :m.;,7 4.40 57.50 Legal Notice Regular Meeting April 2, 1962 Meeting called to order by Mayor Beck. 7:30 o'clock. Councilmen present Addy, Hennig and Gallaher. Absent Smith and Bowen. Councilmen Addy suggested that all service stations be advised to have all accounts each month be Internal Revenue Service withholding tax $ la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social security tax I. P. E. R. S. retirement tax Heineman Texaco gas, oil, etc. Zabriskies Garage parts, labor Ed Campbell snow removal Fayette Agency iosurance . Melvin Holtzman salary ... Alfred Ash salary Knight's Hardware mdse Frank Miller snow removal Elmore Turner snow removal Brooks Radiator Shop labor Fayette County labor, parts, snow plowing L. A. Pease brushes Total S (i!)7.(H Public Safely Internal Revenue Service withholding tax _______ $ 7200 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social security tax r ,n '>« I. P. E. R. S. retirement tax ____ ..... G3.00 $ 712.05 Municipal Enterprise Imogene Sheeley ass't lib-avian $ 33,42 Interstate Power Co. service 7^3 Peoples Natural Gas T fllH 33.25 Inte-nal Revenue Service withholding tax 9.90 la. Kmp. Sec. Comm. social security tax 10 P I- P. E. R. S. retirement tax 7.09 Her-yl Thompson librarian .___ GG.73 Dennis Heth 1;ll)nr — - 8.50 retirement tax 23 10 Treasurer of State of Iowa sales tax 36 24 Vande-see Plumbing Co. service .._ ]500 Railway Express Agency express ' ,, 91 Totnl $ 440.82 Trust and Agency la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social security tax S ].|.| 19 I. P. E. R. s. retirement tax 158.01 Total $ 302.20 Total $ 177.44 Sanitation Arwells Inc.. service $ 20.00 State Hygeinic Lab. service 1C .oo Knight's Hardware 1150 goo Total $ 41.05 Sewer Rental Interstate Power Co. service $ 179.80 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social security tax 30 00 I. P. E. R. S. retirement tax 33.00 I leineman Texaco gas, oil, etc. 34.95 Xabriskies Garage pa:-ts. labor 9999 David McGee •salary 2 99.70 Total $ 670.34 Utilities Interstate Power Co. service $ 290.35 Internal Revenue Service withholding tr.x 50.00 la. Emp. Sec. Comm. social Security tax 20 G 9 I. P. E. R. S. Grand Total $3,315.04 Motion by Addy. seconded by Gallaher that the bills be allowed. All voting aye. caricd. Moved by Addy that we purchase new uniforms for the police force, seconded by Gallaher. Roll call Addy aye, Gallaher aye. Hennig nay. carried. The Council discuss street program for this year, decided to have seal bids submitted for complete job of cleaning ditches, patching and cleaning, resurfacing with asphalt and some from of aggregate on the streets. According to specifications set up by the town council. Bids to be submitted before next regular meeting. Motion by Addy to adopt ordinance No. 213. Ordinance to establish maxium rates for natural gns distributed and sold for domestic purposes in town of Fay- ette. Seconded by Hennig. Roll call .Addy, aye; Hennig aye; Gallaher aye; Nay none; Absent Smith and Bowen. Carried. Moved by Addy that we renew the fire insurance policy on city hall with State Bank of Fayette. Seconded by Hennig, all voting aye. carried. Motion by Gallaher, seconded by Hennig to adjourn, all voting aye carried. A. E. WOOD Clerk Four licenses issued Four marriage licenses were issued last week in the Fayette county clerk of courts office. They were issued to Raymond A. Masters, legal, and Bess M. Luther legal, both of Arlington; Paul L Egger, 26, of Cedar Rapids and Shirley E. Kisner, 23, of Oelwein; Norman Frederick Lemmon, 25 and Kay Allann Jones, 25, both of Waterloo; Alvin Gregory Malin, 23, of Genoa, Wis., and Phyllis Kathryn Kruse, 21. of Fort Atkinson. Social Hour club to meet The Social Hour club will meet Friday afternoon, May 4, at the home of Mrs. Ronald Ash. Roll call is "Chuckles in the News". Mrs. Lloyd Holtzman will be in charge of the program and entain- ment. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS —'^-•-•"^•••••mmmmmmmmmnmmm 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 S ~ Juni ° r B ° ys ' L ** BU *> 4 to a unior Girls' League, 4 to a team - BEGINNERS WELCOME - Phone 780 LILAC LANES West On Highway 18 West Union, Iowa Shop Fayette YOUR LOCAL STORE OFFERS MORE 1. HONEST VALUES 2. AMPLE SELECTION 3. INSTANT DELIVERY, SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 4. MORE PERSONAL AND FRIENDLIER TREATMENT >. SAVINO OF TIME «. RELIEF FROM COSTLY TRAVEL THIS MESSAGE BROUGHT TO YOU AS A PUBLIC SERVICE BY HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING Al -l YOUR SHOPPING LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you gett 7. FREEDOM FROM ROAD HAZARDS 8. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLING CROWDS 10. THE CHANCE TO BUILD A BETTER COMMUNITY BY PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS W 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 OTT'S DRIVE-IN Try Our HOME MADE PIZZA All Kinds and Sizes Otto and Margaret Finger, Props. FAYEITE INSURANCE AGENCY Your Independent Insurance Agent SERVES YOU BEST PHONE 88 PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Live Modern For. Less With Natural Gas Phone 266 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 ED'SDEEPROCK QUALITY COALS GAS FOR LESS PHONE 45 ED CAMPBELL, Prop. HARPER'S PLUMBING & HEATING PHONE 77 LENNOX SALES & SERVICE Heathig and Air Conditioning Homes Churches — Schools — Commerce FAYEITE COUNTY LEADER COMPLETE UNE OF QUALITY PRINTING Wedding Announcements — Invitations — Napkins -Office Supplies Personalized Letterheads DANIELS DRUG For The Best Care You Could Receive In Having Your PRESCRIPTIONS FILLED PHONE 163 REAL ESTATE VICTOR DAHL SALES & SERVICE FOR Homes, Farms, Business, Rental Management Al! Price Ranges SUMNER REALTY CO. Fayette — Phone 195 STATE BANK OF FAYETTE A FULL SERVJCE BANK Checking Accounts — Savings Accounts Time Certificates — Loans -• Money Orders SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE A Complete Service For All Makes Of Cars and Trucks Phone 80 — Fayette For That Lubrication Job BRING YOUR CAR TO HARRY'S CITIES SERVICE PHONE 38 Quality Service Instead of Stamps WHERE SERVICE IS TOPS LEWIS' 5c to $1.00 Headquarters For Most Everything Quality At A Low Price PHONE 75 VERA'SDRESS SHOP Phone 81 Vicky Vaughn Jrs. — Koret of California Lanson Rain 'n Shine Wear Jane Colby Sports Wear Purses — Hats — Gloves — Jewelry UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY The Best Place To Shop Is Right At Home It's The Unity In The Community That Get's The Job Done VANDERSEE Plumbing — Heating—Wiring GREEN COLONIAL FURNACES and Air,Conditioning Hot Point Appliances SALES — SERVICE PHONE 194 VIRGIL M. BORCHERT 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. HAROLD EARLE Phone 40 E. R. GALLAHER TRUCK SERVICE Phone 42 EARLE'S STANDARD STATION BILL'S SUPER VALU Complete Line of Groceries With Prices To Please x Your Pocketbook Open Evenings and Sunday. A. M. LUCY'S GARDEN OF EATEN Home Cooking Our Specialty Chicken Every Sunday PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY I* « rejjHlar ln«uranceSyper Market Wher«'Y<Coi Th« B| 0 •»--•-

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