Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 31, 1962 · Page 4
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May 31, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Norton, of Minn, visited Sunday afternoon and evening in the Joy Whitford home. They were attending the U. I. U. commencement. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Albright, of Iowa City, were Friday overnight guests in the Joy Whitford home. —•— Mrs. Gladys Warner is moving into her trailer house this week. She has it parked at Gaynor's Trailer court. —•— Mrs. Ena Davis attended the funeral of Guy Probert at Clermont, Friday May 18. — m — Dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Clark Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Neil Armstrong of Afankato. Minn., and Mrs. J. W. Krye of Itaiulalin. — • — Mrs. Elsie Shepnrd and Mrs. Ena Davis attended the funeral of Harold Wilbur at Wost Union Friday, May 25. He was a cousin of Mrs. Shepard and nephew of Mrs. Davis. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Rolwrt Fox of Baltimore, Maryland are spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Fox. —»— Mrs. Norman Henry is quite ill at the West Union hospital. —«— Mrs. O. W. Stevenson is reported very ill at the Edgewood Nursing Home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. George Zabriskie visited her during last week. — • — Mr. and Mrs. Israel Shaffer, Mr. and Mrs. Joy Whitford, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Yearous and Miss Ella Foxwell were Fayette relatives who met with other relatives at the III- yria church Sunday for a pot luck dinner honoring Dr. William F. Albright, who addressed the U. I. U. graduates Monday, May 28, at their Commencement. —•—• Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Alderson, Pontine, Mich., came Friday afternoon to visit a few days with his sister, Eleanor Alderson. —•— Mrs. Claire Culver has sold the McLean house on East Water Street to Mr. and Mrs. Bud Hulbert who plan to occupy it about June 1. Mr. Hulbert is employed by Harper Plumbing, — « — Mrs. Agnes Dickinson plan to accompany her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hlas and two boys of Cedar Rapids to Hackensack, Minn., Sunday to spend a week vacationing. Returning home they will visit friends in Minneapolis. — •— Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. .Tames McSweeny were Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Tate and family of Altoorm. — • — (.'apt. and Mrs. Eugene Corkcry and three children of Omaha. Nebr.. visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Corkery last week. They also attended the wedding of his amstn. Kalhryn Riley and Lt. Richard Ramos at the Holy Name Catholic church in West Union Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeny also attended the wedding. — •— Sunday dinner and afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Herwig were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ash, Sr.. Mrs. Bess Ash. and Mrs. and Mrs. Lester Shaffer, all of West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McLeese of Fayette. — • — Mrs. Maurice Everett is moving this week from Albany to West Union. — —•— Staff Sergeant and Mrs. Donald Nasby and two children arrived Thursday night from England for a two weeks visit with her parents, Air. and Airs. Karl Kelly and with other relatives. Mr. Nasby is making a career of his service and when leaving here will be stationed in Del Rio, Texas. Mrs. Nasby is the former Jean Kelly and their two children, a boy and a girl are twins, ten years old. —•— Sunday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Hazel Rassmussen were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vierow of Manchester. —• — Mrs. Walter Adler and sister, Mrs. Clarence Winter of Rochester, Alinn., were visitors in the Dora Tann home Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Imogene Hanson and son, Harold, will live in the furnished Tann home for an indefinite time. Robert Tann, Jr., of Chicago returned to his home Monday evening after spending a week of vacation in the Tann home. l|Sgt. M. II. " Alderson spent several days last week with his family. He returned Friday, to Ft. Riley, Kans. where he is stationed. — •— Mr. and Airs. Donald Iir.it tobo, of Des Moines are the parents of a (1 and one half pnund son. Croig Lewis, horn Tries.. May 2'.). Mrs. Brattelx) is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer of Fayette. — • — Mrs. Arnold Heth ml'red the West Union hospital Monday to under go majo)' surgery on Tues day morning. — • — Visiting at the ('. H. Liuis home and Thomas Kuhens homo are Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lewis and farn ily of Kansas City, Mo. --• — Richard Hall, of Bismark. N. D. was a week end visitor of his moth or Mrs. Will Hall, (lien Fnlx 'S. Guy Cartel- and Bichaid Hall started to school in the first grade at Fayette and continued together through the grades and graduated in the same class in high school, entered U. I. V. in the same year and finished there to gether in 1037 and this year returned for the 2. r )th reunion of the class on Sunday. — m — Air. and Mrs. Glen Fobcs and family of Edgewood, Mr-, and Airs. Guy Carter and family of Humbolt visited during the week-end in the Clarence Click home. Little Chats on Public Notice Annual Meeting (No. 25 In a series) An 8-line newspaper advertisement gave notice of the annual meeting of the local unit of the American Cancer Society. The time and place were given. The notice carried the signature of the president and it was published only once. Probably nothing earth-shaking came up at the meeting. In all likelihood only routine business was in prospect, with a review of the society's activities and accom­ plishment during the year, reports of officers and of committies. and election of officers. But notice was given to members as well as to the public, of the impending meeting 1G days hence. This situation has its parallel in meetings or other actions by similar g.-oups. It has a particular pa-allel in the business field where the public notice is used for such matters as the annual meeting of the company or corporation. It is used also for the announcement of the declaration of dividends, (|iiart erly or otherwise. Here again the public notice, or legal advertising, serves a particular purpose or meets a particular need. It is both a matter of giving information to the people con corned and of going on record. The bona fide newspaper of gen oral circulation is a preferred mod him for this purpose. In so doing, it renders another service to the public, hut in this case as provided by law, and usually at relatively- low cost. In short, it is both economical and effective. Collecting Taxe* (No. 26 In a series) Down the ages the tax gatherer has never been particularly popular. There is probably nothing personal in this. But the traditional attitude of the tax payer doubtless stems from the onerous nature of the tax collector's job. Taxes, both federal and local, must be gathered regularly and promptly or government with all its varied functions would be in danger of collapse. Quickly the public itself would suffer and likely the man who is slow in paying his taxes would be among the first to complain. Taxes, in essence, are not only public business but everybody's business. Some taxing units are more strict with the delinquent tax payer than other units. For some states a scale of graduated penalties is in effect. This system has been in force for years and has l)cen pretty effective. After some months, moreover, the property involved in delinquent taxes may be sold at public sale and the proceeds applied to the taxes. Public notices or legal advertising, are used in the local newspaper to remind taxpayers of their impending obligations. This makes the tax business one of information as well as one of official record. But all across the country the bona fide newspaper is an effective medium for this and hundreds of other purposes as provided under the public notice laws. Re-Elect Iowa's Voice of ! EXPERIENCE U.S. SENATE! Senator Hickenlooper's years of seniority- give Iowa a powerful voice in six of the most vital committees of the Senate ... Agriculture . . . Foreign Relations . . . Atomic Energy . .. Disarmament and Space. His Senate colleagues have shown their respect hy electing him chairman of the Senate's Republican Policy Committee. His experience and judgment serve Iowa and the nation. Re-elect Senator Hickenlooper to continue his good work for a just and honorable peace. BOURKE B. HICKENLOOPER Candidate for re-election to the" U. S. SENATE REPUBLICAN IIIMC A PRIMARIES JUNL 4- d Hlff Published by the Hickenlooper for Senator Committee Vernon L. Clark, Chairman Attend The Church of Your Choice This Sunday And Worship With Your Neighbors And Friends Wesleyan Methodist Rev. Richard Jamleson Sunday —r 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Worship service 0:45 p. m. Wesleyan Youth 7:30 p. m. 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. LcGrand Maxwell, pres. •i? Sunday — , 10.00 a. m. Sunday School 11:00 A. M. Sacrament Service Monday — 7:30 p. m. Relief Society Thursday — 7:30 p. m. Mutual Improvement Assn. « Friday — 4:30 p. m. "primary ( children 1 - 11 ) St. Francis Assisi Father Lowell Shekleton Fayette - St Francis Assisi Hawkeye - St Francis Xavier Mass schedule Fayette — Sundays : 6:30 and 9:30 a. m. Thursday - Friday - Saturday 7 a. m. 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. First Methodist Church Rev. Jerry Wolcott Sunday — 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Worship Service Wednesday — 7 p. m. MSF group 7:30 p. m. choir rehearsal Grace Lutheran Rov. Norman Betke Sunday — 8:30 A. M. Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Worship Service 8:00 p. m. Adult Bible class 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 . I, i. I, , „ ,. „ -, ., .. ,. .. „ „ i, ..-.. . n , u m 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 IOWA 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 Sport* 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' 5cto$1.00 Headquarters For Most Everything Quality At A Low Price PHONE 75 The Merchants On This Page Are Interested In You! Show Your Interest In Them PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Live Modern For Less With Natural Gas Phona 2M HARPER'S PLUMBING & HEATING PHONE 77 LENNOX SALES & SERVICE Heating and Air Conditioning Homes Churches — Schools — Commerce ZABRISKIE'S GARAGE A Complete Service For All Makes Of Cars and Trucks Phone 80 — Fayette FAYETTE COUNTY LEADER COMPLETE LINE OF" QUALITY PRINTING Wedding Announcements — Invitations — Napkins * *J jtli^l 8&.V- *» 4 nil'/ •>* " ' *->*'•< ,w . ' — ' - BILL'S SUPER VALU Complete Line of Groceries With Prices To Please Your Pocl Open Evenings and% VERA'S DRESS SHOP Phone 81 Vicky Vaughn Jrs. — Korel of California . Lanson Rain 'n Shine Wear Jam Colby Sports Wear Purses — Halt — Gloves — Jewelry HAROLD EARLE STATION Phone 40 E. R. GALLAHER TRUCK SERVICE Phono 42 EARLFS STANDARD STATION LUCY'S GARDEN OF EATEN Home Cooking Our Specialty Chicken Every Sunday PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY It a regular Inwronca Super Market Whera Yw Gal The. 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