Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 3, 1962 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

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miscellaneous for Sale USED LIVING ROOM SUITE . Vfc.KY NICE, BLACK SOFA, WHITE CHAIR, END TABLE, and THREE PIECE COFFEE TABLE, TABLE LAMP, AND POLE LAMP. CAN BE PURCHASED SINGLY OR AS GROUP. THIS IS AS NEARLY NEW AS USED CAN BE. THIS CAN BE FINANCED . .AT THAYER'S FURN1TURK. FAYETTE. 18-1 FOR SALE — Second cutting of clover and Alfalfa hay. Ray Mitchum. 18-1-x FOAM MATTRESS & BOX SPRING UNIT COMPLETE ONLY 89.88 COMPLETE. $5. down $5. MONTHLY AT THAYER'S FURN. FAYETTE. FOR SALE — Nursery slock from Shermans Nursery Co. Charles City, Iowa. Israel Shaffer. 17-2x 97th Thomas Proctor of near Moravia recently observed his 97th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Proctor are the parents of five children. He has 23 grandchildren and 46 great grandchildren. He was next to the youngest of a family of 13 children. SntNOmtN AMttlCA'S KACf POWHf -U.S. SAVINGS ONDS row IHAU IN AMMtKA 2 USED LIVING ROOM SUITES, ONE $25.00, and ONE $10.00 THAYER'S FURNITURE FAY ETTE. 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. FOR SALE — Kroehler Davenport and chair. Like new. Phone Red 208. 18-1 3 USED RUGS, 9 x 12, one oriental type, one multi color, one beige axminister, at THAYER'S FURN. FAYETTE. FOR SALE — Bicycles of all kinds. Also repair work done. Fnrncy's Bicycle Shop. 1J mile So. and 1 V* mile west of Fayette. Phone 252!). 184 NEW. . . 9 x 15 Rugs . . . choice of three colors at $59.9!) other sizes too, at Thayer's FURN. FAYETTE. IA. House for Sale or rent. 2 Blocks west of Standard Station. Phone Black 71. 18-tf PAINTING, INTERIOR & EXTERIOR. MAKE YOUR APPOINTMENTS NOW AT THAYER'S FURN. FAYETTE, PHONE 287 FOR SALE - All kinds of garden plants for sale. C. M. McCary. 181-x Stark Sport Shop Prairie du Chlen, Wis. Special Larson Runabouts 1962 model-brand new. Upholstered seats, lights, heavy framed windshield Stearing - double built floor, drain plug, chrome hardware • Lay down seats - $565.00 Complete. Cruisers for the same great savings. Prairie du Chlen, Wis. We trade Easy term Stark Sport Shop Bring your trading stock, we trade for anything. 18-1 FOR SALE — Good 21" rotary power mower. $25 Phone 27G. 18-1 miscellaneous Wanted HIGHEST PRICES paid for wool. Elgin Produce, Elgin, Iowa IB 3 Help Wanted — Loftus Restaurant West Union. Iowa. 18-1 INTERIOR and exterior painting. Free estimate - Phone 196 11-4 Easy payments puts the extra comforts of Green Colonial heating and cooling within reach of every homeowner. Vandersec Plumbing and Heating. REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 2 APARTMENT — house, good Income, oil furnace, large garage. Good location. 3 BEDROOM — Bath and half. New kitchen. Built In cupboards, with new wall oven and counter top gas unit with hood. Close to college. 4 BEDROOM — 1H 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 - ?60 A 200 A All price ranges Contact VICTORLDAHL Phone 195 Fayette. la. SUMNER REALTY CO. DUE IN THIS WEEK. . . LIVING ROOM AND BEDROOM SUITES, ALL NEW, PRICED TO MOVE OUT QUICKLY. . . EARLY AMERICAN & MODERN, TERMS AT THAYER'S FAYETTE FOR SALE — Excellent income property close to college. Terms available. Must sell. Phone White 86. Fayette. 18-1 MATTRESSES, BOX SPRINGS . . PRICED FROM $29.95 THIS WEEKEND ONLY AT THAYER'S FURN. FAYETTE. FOR SALE — New three bedroom. house. Phone 196. 184 WHY PAY RENT $300 Down and $65 per month, to own a nice 3 bedroom home with an attached garage. New gas furnace and water heater, Fully carpeted, Drapes, ready to live in. VIRGIL M. BORCHERT REAL ESTATE "BROKER" SALES - RENTALS PROPERTY MANAGEMENT Phone 264 Fayette, la. Used Machinery 490 J. D. corn planter 15 ft. I. H. C. disc J. D. 60 tractor 45 Hi-Lo J.D. 12 ft. self- propelled combine with corn head 1950 B John Deere tractor 2001.H.C. tractor with cult. I.H.C. 460 tractor 2-—New Idea spreaders 8 ft. J.D. KBA disc 8 ft. J.D. disc 9 ft. J.D. KBA disc ' 1944 B J.D. tractor Case spreader No. 43 J.D, shelter with PTO : •WfUvaotY oood ONLY cm tba ussxt maeUtuwjr lo em stats gggtog ttt jfityel Obi**** D.HAVEN & KR0EGER Use Your Credit — Buy Now DUE IK THIS WEEK See The Complete Line Now I 1962 Admiral Refrigerator 12 ft ex. $188 1962 Admiral Elec. Range 30" size . ex. $ 188 1962 Admiral Upright ™ $188 12 cu. ft. 1962 Admiral Combination Freezer - Refrigerator 11 ft. Freezer 11 ft Refrigerator • All In One Unit"" ONE ONLY AT *388 ex. WE'RE IN A TRAOIN' MOOD THALER'S Furniture - Appliances «Carpet Fayette Ph. 287 Phone W for Refrigerator SK4 Television Service EXPERIENCED Paper Hangers, Reasonable. Timmcrmnn. Phone Hlack G9. Fayette. 182-x HnnouncEmenTS CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank my relatives, neighbors and friends who have been so thoughtful with their gifts, cards and visits both times I was in the Sumner hospital. Special thanks to Rev. Wolcott for his many visits and prayers. Charles Webb 18 1 CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to my many friends and neighbors for the gifts, get well cards and birthday greetings which I received during my five weeks in St. Marys Hospital at Rochester. I am truly grateful. Grant Kiel ia-1-x OUTLOOK CLUB MET The Outlook club met Tuesday, May 1, for a 0:30 p. m. dinner and business meeting at the Coffee Nook. Mrs. Ina Johnson and Mrs. Clyde Williams were the hostesses. Fish Michael Garrison, 8, of Indianola and Mr. Frank Woodyard of Liberty Center caught a 7Vfe pound channel catfish at Lake Ahquabi recently. The fish measured 27 inches. Wesleyan Methodist Rev. Richard Jamleson Sunday — 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Worship service 6:45 p. ra Wesleyan Youth 7:30 p. ra Evening Worship Wednesday — 7:30 p. m. Mid-week prayer and Bible study Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter-day Saints Fayette Branch 600 S. Washington St. Dr. W. LeGrand Maxwell, pres. Sunday — 10:00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Sacrament Service Monday — 7:30 p. ra Relief Society Thursday — 7:30 p. m. Mutual Improvement Assn. Friday — 4.-30 p. m. Primary ( children 4 - 11 ) St. Francis Assisi Father Lowell Shekleton Fayette - St Francis Assist Hawkeye - St Francis Xavler Mass schedule Fayette — Sundays - 6:30 and 9:30 a. m. Thursday - Friday - Saturday 7 a. ra Hawkeye Sunday - 8 a. m. Confession schedule Fayette Saturday and vigil of First Friday and Holy Days 3 - 8 p. m. Weekdays before Mass Hawkeye Before Mass on Sundays and Holy days. Grace Lutheran Rev. Norman Betke Thursday ~ 1:30 p. ra Mission Circle 8 p. ra Church Council Friday — Sunday — 9:00 a. m. Sunday school 10:15 AM, Worship Service Q;00 p, ra Adult Bible class 8 p. ra Examination service for confirmisU First Methodist Church Rev. Jerry Wolcott Sunday ~ V>;30 a. ra Sunday School 10;30 a. ra Worship Service 7 p) ra. MSP group 7:30 p. ra choir rehearsal Meeting dates set For Maynard groups MAYNARD — The meeting datos for women's groups scheduled for May in the Maynard area are as follows: On Thursday afternoon. May 3. the Martha circle of the W. S. C. S. will meet with Mrs. Homer Bunn; tV Esther circle with Mrs. Paul Harrison and the Ruth group with Mrs. Nodah Hurd. Mrs. Willard Miehe and Mrs. Arthur Thompson will have charge of the program for the Ladies' Aid society which meets at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Thursday afternoon, May 3. Serving refreshments will be Mrs. John Gantenbein, Mrs. Ilda Kopp and Mrs. Herman Siech. In charge of flowers for the month will be Mrs. Walter Suhr and Mrs. Ted Ruebor. The order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Temple Thursday evening, May 3. Mrs. Henry Schrader will entertain the Ladies' Cemetery association in her home Friday afternoon. May 4. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Albert Bet/., Mrs. Ida Lehniger, Mrs. Floyd Gillcy and Mrs. Wilmn Bartels. The Farm Bureau Homemakers of Smithfield township will meet with Mrs. Otto Nehlson Tuesday afternoon. May 8. The American Legion auxiliary will hold its regular meeting at the Community hall Tuesday evening, May 8. "Ecumenical Deaconess and Missionary" will be discussed by Mrs. Delbert Glew and Mrs. William Stephens when the Women's Society of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, May 9. Hostesses will be Mrs. Leo Simpson, Mrs. Robert Dugan, Mrs. Lois Sorg, Mrs. Henry Kappmeyer and Mrs. Ted Bodley. Mrs. Howard Vernon will entertain the Eve guild of the helping Hand society on Monday evening, May 14. Mrs. Marvin Ingels will lead the devotional period and Mrs. John McKoon the lesson study. The regular meeting of the Ladies' Missionary society will be at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon. May 15. The Deborah guild of the Helping Hand society will meet Wednesday afternoon. May 16, with Mrs. Irving Patridge and the Rebekah guild with Mrs. Floyd Henniges. Both groups will study "New Life in Christ" with Mrs. Mata Holmstrom and Mrs. Vivian Hubbell as the respective leaders. A favorite dlsfr dinner at the Community hall at 12:30 p. m. will precede the Guest Day program of the Ada Reading Circle on Friday, May 13. The serving will be in charge of Mrs. Irving Patridge, Mrs. Blanche Ferry, Mrs. O. J. Tokheim, Mrs. John Thiele and Stella Knight. On the program planning committee are Mrs. Floyd Henniges and Mrs. Ear Judas. Mrs. Victor Steege will entertain the Farm Bureau homemakers of Harlan township in her home Tuesday afternoon May 22. Each one attending will work on her chosen kind of handwork. Smithfield women meet MAYNARD - Mrs. Glen Shafer was hostess to 19 Farm Bureau Homemakers of Smithfield township on Tuesday afternoon, April 10, for the lesson on pictures and picture framing. Mrs. Benton Harrison, Mrs. Kyle Kunkle and Mrs. Dale Roberts presented a skit on bruce­ llosis, Mrs. Gerald Berry told of the people and industries of Australia and Mrs. Lester gave a report on school taxes. Mrs. Leroy Henniges explained the ABC's of the European Common Markets and conducted two questionnaires on Farm Bureau. Grace Mission circle To observe guest day Grace Mission Circle will observe their annual "Guest Day" when they have their meeting Thursday afternoon, May 3, at 1:30 p. m. at the church social room. Members of the Oelwein Mission Church Circle have been invited as guests. Hostesses are Mrs. Leo Bruns, Mrs. George Buhman and Mrs. Norman Betke. Roll call will be answered by a favorite verse -from Hebrews. The lesson topic is "How God Wants You to Treat Members of Your Family". Better grooming contest At Worthy Winner meet The regular meeting of the Westfield Worthy Winners was held Saturday, April 14, at the Farm Bureau building in Fayette. Roll call was "a lighting improvement I have made or plan to make" showed that many girls were concerned with good lighting for their studying. The main feature of the day was the Better Groomed Girl contest judged by Mrs. Charles Nairn and Mrs. Glen Bennington both of Fayette. The senior girls, Mary Hanson, Linda Niles, and Judy Langerman all received blue ribbons. Mary Manson with Linda Niles as alternate will represent the senior girls at Rally Day. Louise Pickett with Geri Lynn Dilley as alternate will represent the junior girls at Rally Day. Also with blue robbons in the junior division were: Janeen Dilley, Janice Stannard, and Susan Welsh. The girls receiving reds in the junior division were: Mary Clark, Barbara Boulton, Bonnie Boulton, Mary Jane Weidemier, Janice Stoneman, Marsha Frey, Linda Clark, Jo Ellen Langerman and Linda Lamphier. Judy Langerman is running for a county office from the club. Mrs. Stannard gave a talk on group accessories. Next month each girl is to bring an accessory so everyone may arrange an attractive and appropriate grouping. Louise Pickett and Janice Stannard gave a very interesting demonstration on "removing old varnish". Janeen and Geri Lynn Dilley were hostesses. The next meeting will be May 19, with Diane Olsen and Susan Welsh as hostesses. Jolly Juniors meet The Smithfield Jolly Juniors met at the home of Karol Turner Monday night. The nine members present answered roll call by naming a lighting improvement they have made or plan to make. Karen Turner gave a talk on balance. Diane Kuhens reported on harmony, and Mary Ann gave examples of rhythm. Bonnie Kauffman talked on emphasis and Karol on proportion. Nancy Reed gave a book report. After the meeting was adjourned Mrs. Shambough judged the better grooming contest. Diane Kuhens and Karol Turner will represent the club on Rally Day. The next meeting is May 14, at 7:30 p. m. with Diane Kuhens as hostess. Bridal shower held For Bessie Lundry MAYNARD — Bessie Lundry, a bride-to-be, was honored by approximately 40 women of the community at a miscellaneous shower at the United Presbyterian church Friday evening, April 13. On the program were two selections by a vocal trio made up by Sandra Alshouse, Mardene Davis and Patricia Shadle accompanied by Mrs, Maynard Menefee. Also a wedding skit in which Connie Hubbell, Lou Ann Lundry, Kim Lundry, Kim Buenneke, Lu Anne Hall, Becky Rhoades, Marva Jo Ingels, Nancy Mosher, Kay Buenneke and Barbara Lundry had a part with Mrs. Marvin Ingels as reader and Mrs. John Ingels at the piano. Assisting Miss Lundry at the gift table were her sisters, Patty and Barbara, and Kay Miller, Dunkerton. A blue floral piece with two blue tapirs in crystal candle holders on either side centered the serving table at which Mrs. Raymond Lundry and Mrs, Ray Miller, Dunkerton, poured. On the hostess committee were Mrs. Marvin Ingels, Mrs. Paul Buenneke, Mrs. Raymond Calhoun, Mrs. John Ingels, Mrs. Russell Friedly, Mrs. Elmer Miller, Mrs. Ruth Shadle, Mrs. Vivian Hubbell, Mrs. Donald Jeanes and Mrs. Don Hartz. Miss Lundry and Richard Miller will be married at 2 p. m. Saturday, May 5, at the United Presbyterian church. Iowa's Liberty Bell To be on display In West Union May 10 Iowa's own Liberty Bell, an exact replica of the orginnl enshrined in Independence Hall at Philadelphia, will be in West Union on Thursday, May 10. from 8:,10 until 10 a. m. as part of Iowa's participation in the national Freedom Bond drive during May and June to promote sales of United States savings bonds. The Liberty Bell toured the state in 1950 as a symbol of the Independence bond drive, then was presented to the state by the Treasury department and has been displayed on the statcltouse grounds since. The savings bonds committee has arranged to borrow the bell for the 1962 drive, and it will be transported on a National Guard truck driven by Guard personnel. Carl Schori, Fayette county savings bond co-chairman from West Union, also pointed out that the Liberty Bell will be on display in Oelwein on May 8 after 6 p. m. and on May 9 until 11:45 a. m. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Try An Ad In The Leader $6.88 Vinyl Rugs 9 x 12 — Ass't. Colors & patterns. THAYER'S — Fayette CLOSING OUT ALL D - X STOCK AND ALL EQUIPMENT ALL ITEMS WILL BE DISCOUNTED EVERYTHING MUST GO D-X Mr. Schori has appointed the West Union Jaycees as principal sponsoring organization for the Libe ty Bell 's appearance here. President Steve Story is general chairman of the project for the Jaycees. The Liberty Bell will I K on display on the north side of the courthouse square in West Union starting at 8:30 a. m. A brief ceremony, >n ".uding a greeting by the North t fight school band, will be held at that time and the bell will remain exhibited in West Union until 10 n. m. that day. Retiring Miss May Cook who has been Libarian in the Van Meter Public Library since it first was established, is retiring after 40 year. CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers MILKING SERVICE AND SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Water St. Fayette, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSIN.G - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa HIGH SCHOOL GRADS You must be trained to Let a good job. June classes now forming for IBM draftsmen and airline careers. One of the best schools in the country. Send name, age, address and phone number to: GALE INSTITUTE Box 581 Fort Dodge, Iowa THAYER'S CARPET REMNANT SALE CONTINUES 100% WOOL 100% NYLON 100% ACRILAN DU PONT '50V VISCOSE RAYON ALL TYPES AT ONE LOW PRICE YD. THAYER'S FAYETTE, IA. NOTICE To All Fayette Subscribers of the FAYETTE COUNTY MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO, MONTHLY BILLING EFFECTIVE MAY 1, 1962 Bills will be sent the first of each month and will be due and payable on or before the 15th Board of Directors 'CAN PREVENT HAIL LOSSES Protect your crop income with adequate hail insurance. And for extra safety and service, be sure to insure with Fanners Mutual Hail. Fire and ligfttnhig protection on crops in the*eld is Included at no extra cost. More than 100 adjusters and 30 trained fieldmen assure prompt payments of claims. Call your agent or write today. Earl Schneider Insurance 2323 GRAND 1/ IP?

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