Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on May 31, 1962 · Page 6
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, May 31, 1962
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Announce engagement To be wed June 2 SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS miscellaneous For Sale 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. 3 BEDROOM — oil furnace, large bath, completely redecorated. Garage. .$6400. .$500 dn. -Bal. like rent. 4 BEDROOM — Itt bath, Hardwood floors - Stoker heat, Good family home. LARGE 6 BEDROOM, 2 baths close to college. Good income. 2 BEDROOM — 1 story bun- galo, gas furnace, fire place. Nice location. .On contract. $1,000 dn. f BEDROOM — Full basement Oil furnace - extra land, Good Buy 3 BEDROOM — oil furnace, Bath and a half, extra lot, garage. Nice location. FOR RENT 3 BEDROOM — home furnished, can be rented for summer months. 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. Ia. SUMNER REALTY CO. FOR SALE — Full size electric range. Excellent condition. Phone 11 KZ GRASS SILAGE — If you are planning grass silage, plan on adding Boison's SunE-Sweet as a preservative. Ask for a booklet on SunE-Sweet. Buy Bolsons from your Bolson Feed Dealer. 20-3 FOR SALE — I now have the agency for the Waterloo Daily Courier. If interested call White Fayette. Israel Shaffer. 22-4-x FOR SALE — 3 .burner .cabinet type Perfection oil stove. Also coal and wood range. Phone Blue 140. 22-1-x FOR RENT FOR RENT — Garage. Phone 244. Mrs. C. O. Click. 22-1 miscellaneous Wanted HELP WANTED — General assistant for dental office in Fayette. Knowledge of bookeeping and typing helpful. Experience not necessary. Start about July 5. Write for "interview appointment stating name, age, education, qualifications, etc. Gary L. Wright, R. F. D. 1, Iowa City, Iowa. 2l-tf Teachers: Special summer ass- igment. Guarantee Income for those who qualify. For local interview, Write Mgr. Box 68. Fayette. 21-2 Used Machinery 490 J. D. corn planter 15 ft. 1. 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 200 I.H.C. tractor with cult. I.H.G. 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. sheller with PTO 3—No. 290 J.D. corn planters •Warranty good ONLY on the used machinery in our store carrying the Value Checked sticker. DeHAVEN & KROEGER John Deere and New Holland — Selea U Serrtce — Phone lis Sumner, Iowa Business Services K1NSEL Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches. Have new mower cycles and corn plow shovels. 603 Washington St., Fayette. 2l-tf FOR artificial breeding call Bob Dietz, distributor tech. for Am. Breeders service. Wadena 7742124 or 774-2W5, or West Union 364. 21-2-x INSTALL A NEW GREEN COL- onial furnace now. Avoid the fall rush! Free engineering service. Easy Payments. VANDERSEE Plumbing and Heating. YOU NAME IT — WE DO IT PAINTING — Our Specialty Roofing — Tiling CHUCK CHASE PAUL HUMESTON Phone 281 CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers MILKING SERVICE AND SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa Vote 'YES The three Judges of the Thirteenth Judicial District strongly favor the proposed Judicial Amendment to the Iowa Constitution. Vote "YES" on the separate, yellow ballot at the Primary Election, Monday, June 4, 1962. Judge G. B. Richter Judge W. H. Antes Judge E. B. Shaw MAYNAUD — Announcement is being made of the engagement of Rosemary Murphy, vocal music instructor in the West Central Community school and Leo M. Mallie, Dubuque. Parents of the couple are Mr. : and M s. Laurence Murphy, Dike, ;md Mr. and M s. Marvin Mallie, Tipton. The couple will be married at St. Patrick's Catholic church, Cedar Falls, on June 23. Miss Murphy is a graduate of Mt. Mercy college, Cedar Rapids, and did graduate at the State College of Iowa. Her fiance, a graduate of Iowa State University, is a loan consultant at the First National Bank, Dubuque. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 234 405 Water St, Fayette, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING • WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette Mr. and Mrs. Everett E. Els- cheld, Fayette, announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia Ann to James William Wessels, Independence. Miss Elscheid Is a graduate of St. Lukes Methodist School of Nursing and Is presently employed at the Mental Health Institute at Independence. Mr. Wessels Is attending State College of Iowa at Cedar Falls. The wedding will take place June Prenuptial shower held Maynard — A prenuptial shower honoring Mary Anne Roquet was held at the social rooms of the United Presbyterian church Friday evening, May 25. It was attended by approximately 50 persons from Westgate, West Union, Lamont, Hazleton, Hawkeye and Maynard. On the program was a skit by Karen Fish, Phyliss Alshouse, Janiece Hubbell and Patty Lundry with Mrs Don Fish at the piano; two poems, one orginal, by Mrs. Wilma Bartels; and a contest in which Mrs. Raymond had high honors. The bride-to be was assisted at the gift table by her sister, Mrs. John Birdnow, her aunt, Ella Campbell, and Becky Rhoades. Mrs. Birdnow and Miss Campbell also poured during the refreshment hour. Hostesses for the courtesy were Mrs. Don Hartz, Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Donald Jellings, Mrs. Joe Rhoades, Mrs. Floyd Gilley, Mrs. Ruth Shadle, Mrs. Eldo Bi 'ockman, Mrs. Dean Odekirk and Mrs. Bartels. Miss Roquet and Don Iliff, West Union will be married Sunday, June 17, at the United Presbyterian church, Maynard. 9, at the First Presbyterian Church, Independence. WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King SI. Fayette, Iowa USED BARGAINS '59 Chevy Belaire . 4-dr. 6 cylinder. Automatic '55 Cadillac Sports Coupe '55 Chevy Sport Coupe, V-8, Automatic. RAY WOLFE GARAGE MAYNARD Day 82 — Phone — Nlte 48 Just pull this new wax bar across the lawn BROADLEAF WEEDS DIE! WONDER BAR Leaves a thin film of wax-based 2-40 that won 't wash off, won't drift to shrubs or flower* Treat* 20,000 square f««t GARDEN CENTER NUTRI-PAK COMPANY South Mechanic St. Fayette TRY AN AD IN THE LEADER COMPLETE PROCESSING FOR YOUR FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, Iowa Thank You! We Have Sold Our Place Of Business In Fayette, And As Of June 4, It Will Be Under New Ownership. • - i Many Thanks To Our Friends Who Have Patronized XJs During The Past Months. George & Cora Hinkel Re-Elect Attorney General EVAN • • REPUBLICAN* HVLTMAN FOR ATTORNEY MNiftAl COMM)TT«, M Jew, Chairman Vote For John D. REPUBLICAN FAYE1TE COUNTY L SUP^RVISW TERM BEGINNING JAN. 1, 1964 Dorothye E. Busching, Fayette County extension assistant, has resigned her position effective June 1. Miss Busching will be married Saturday, .hme 2 in Stan wood. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Busching of Stanwood. Miss Busching has announced that she will teach high school home economics this fall at Marshall, Mich. No replacement to the extension has been named according to the Fayette County extension director M. C. Wangsness. SEE Bob Loban at WARDELL Chevrolet Co. Oclweln, Iowa For New CHEVROLETS And All Kinds Of USED CARS A TRUCKS Vote For Herbert A. "Herb" CLINE Republican For County Supervisor 1963 Term Qualified By Experience Pledged to Economy and Efficiency 4f IN BUSINESS IN FAYETTE; AND FApTTE^UNTY SINCE; tiimWKl S Wte-Eleet James Bromwell IT. S. CONGRESS ( D !Sr) ^Bj ^3jj9*f^ Congressman Bromwell is demons trat- ^Sp ^jng his ability and dedication as your repre- ^•sentative in Washington. You. can be proud of his record of Congressional leadership. Vote for Brom. well in the Republican primary on Tuesday, June 4. BROMWELL FOR CONGRESS COMMITTEE PATRICIA WEBER, Stctolary There are three major advantages in a gas whole house air conditioning system: (1) economy of operation, because natural gas is one of the most thrifty and 1 efficient of fuels. (2) quietness of operation, because the motor is a whisper of flame. (3) low upkeep and long life, because a flame replaces a compressor and compressor motor and consequently there are fewer moving parts to wear out and cause trouble. And, of course, gas whole house air conditioning can be added on to most gas heating systems, for low ' cost installation. ^ QUIET TVITROUBU NO MOVIH0 PARI! ' |Vl SERVICED 6*8 COMPANY PEOPLES NATURAL GAS

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