Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 14, 1962 · Page 4
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June 14, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Social Security benefit recipients In Fayette county increase 10.9% Old-age, survivors, and disability insurance benefits are becoming increasingly important as a community resource, according to Earl T. Johnson, District Manager of the Waterloo office of the Social Security Administration. A total of $170,371 is paid monthly in social security benefits to 2,873 beneficiaries in Fayette county. This is an increase of 282 or about 10.9 per cent in the number of persons receiving benefits over last year's figures. While the benefits are intended primarily for the beneficiaries' ecomomic security, they help business in the ' community generally. Most of the money is spent immediately for food, clothing, and other necessities. Retired workers in Fayette county numbering 1,057 were receiving $113,416 in monthly payments while 587 wives and dependent husbands of retired workers were receiving $20,752 per month. There were 249 children receiving $12,375 per month while 44 mothers were receiving $2,562 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 265 were receiving $16,222 per month. A total of 52 disabled workers were receiving $4,401 per month while 18 wives, dependent husbands nnd children of disabled workers were receiving $559 per month. In the eight county area served by the Waterloo district o.'fice, 24,859 persons were receiving $1,613,804 in monthly benefits as of December 31. 1961. This is an increase of 2,177 beneficiaries or 9.6 per com and $188,295 in monthly payments over December 31, 1960, Mr. Johnson said. In the eight-county area 13,924 retired workers were receiving $1,050,316 in monthly payments while 4.677 wives and dependent husbands of retired workers were receiving $186,928 per month. There were 2,322 children receiving $121,- 9(i2 (>er month while 491 mothers were receiving $30,293 per month. Widows and dependent widowers totaling 2,385 were receiving $152,964 and 17 dependent parents were receiving $1,030 per month. A total of 614 disabled workers were receiving $56,514 per month while 429 wives, dependent husbands and children of disabled workers were receiving $13,797 per month. For the entire state of Iowa, old-age, survivors and disability insurance payments at the end of December, 1961 were being paid to 288,743 persons at the rate of $18,496,626 per month. Benefits totaling $221,890,000 were paid in Iowa during 1961. Nationally, at the present time, social security benefits are being paid at a rate of over one billion dollars a month to 16$ million beneficiaries. "There ore several reasons for the increase," Mr. Johnson said. There are more aged people; benefits ore now payable at age 62; and less social security credit is needed to meet the eligibility for benefits. The overage old-age benefit nationally for December 1961 was $75.65 for a retired worker. In the State of Iowa, the average benefit was $73.90. The Waterloo social security district office serves the following counties: Black Hawk, Bremer, Buchanan, Butler, Fayette, Franklin. Grundy and Hardin. Field representatives from the Waterloo district office visit contact stations in the following towns once a week: Independence, Oelwein, West Un ion, Hampton, Iowa Falls and Eld ora. They visit the following towns twice a month: Waverly and Gnmdy Center. The Waterloo district office is open from 8:30 a. m. to 4:45 p. m. Monday through Friday. It is closed on Saturdays and National holidays. creased 7 per cent,' form 28 In 1959 to 30 in 1961. "This report reflects # healthy growth in manufacturing in Iowa.'' said Harry D. Linn, I. M. A. ex ecutive vice president. "It is important to the Iowa economy 'that this growth be continued and one way this pan be encotiraged is by^ maintaining a favorable industrial climate*" , , Registered Brown Swiss Is high producer MAYNARD -- A 'registered Brown Swiss in the herd ;of Ilarvey Love, Fairbank, led v all others in the Fayette county Dairy Herd Improvement association No. 3 that completed their lactation in May with a record Of '630, pounds of butterfat. Another" in" the same herd produced 465 -"pounds. Others with records of 400 or more pounds of fat were found in the following herds, according to George A. Youmans supervisor. Russell W. Pagel, Sumner, four registered Holsteins with C13, 582. 576 arid 53S 1 poupds; I. P. Stewart, Maynard, one registered Holstein with 575 pounds; Russell Lockard and Harold Miehe, Maynard, three registered Holsteins with 514, 508 and 467 pounds, Also Deane J. Scherman. Arlington,., one registered Holstein with 50S pounds; Edwin Decker, West gale, one registered Holstein with 499'pounds;: .(Jene H. Brownell. Wcstgate, one registered Holstein with' 493 pounds; Bernard K. Buhr, Sumner, one registered Holstein with 491 pounds; Martin J. Boedeker; .Randalia, two registered Holsteins with 476 and 426; II. W. and Milton Leech, Westgate, one registered Holstein with 4(19 pounds; •Walter Pagel and Sons. Sumner, one registered with 435 pounds; and Louis Gamier, Maynard, two registered Holsteins with -129 and 425 pounds. Scouts camp out MAYNARD — Sixteen Boy Scouts, their leaders, David Parsons, and assistant leaders, Ivan Opperman and the Rcvi Herman J. Brandt, took part in a cookout and campout north of town Friday afternoon and night, June 1. The Scouts also did work that Is required for the tenderfoot, first and second class badges. Scouts on .the trip included Dennis Berry. Ronald Brandt, Donald Biinii, Bob Carlsen, John Fink, Randy Fortune, Mike and Charles Hard. John Parsons, Steve Reinke, IA>O Steffen, Kirby Samuelson, Don Trotter, Paul Thompson, Jerri and Joel Wood. Present for the cookout only was Jan Wood. berry patch in the county owned by a man who has a patent on the variety of berries. He developed the Lee Roy Teague berry which was patented by the U. S. Government in 1959. They bear from June until frost. Strawberries One of the busiest farms in Harrison County recently was the Lee Teague farm near Logan. He has two plots of strawberries and it is also probably the only straw- Industrial growth Increases number of Manufacturing plants Iowa's industrial growth between 1959 and 1961 brought increases in the number of manufacuring plants in all employment classifications except one, the Iowa Manufacturers Association reported today. The only drop was in the number of manufacturing plants with 250 to 500 employees. In 1959 there were 62 plants in that category, compared with 58 in 1961, the I. M. A. report said. The total number of manufacturing plants in Iowa increased from 3,466 in 1959 to 3,624 in 1961. The I. M. A. report, based on statistics compiled by the Iowa Development Commission, showed plants employing under 20 persons increased from 2,447 in 1959 to 2,477 two years later, an increase of slightly more than one per cent. The greatest percentage increase was 25 per cent in the plants employing between 100 and 250 persons. The number of plants in that category rose from 168 in 1959 to 211 in 1961. In the category of plants with 20 to 50 employees, there were 514 in 1959 and 564 last year, an increase of more than 9 per cent. Plants with 50 to 100 employees rose from 224 in 1959 to 257 in 1961, on increase of more than 14 per cent. In the classification of 500 to 1,000 employees, there. were 23 plants in 1959 and 27 last year, an increase of 17 per cent and plants with more than 1,000 employees in- This Father's Day... Put One Of Our Brands On Pop! ARROW. SPORT SHIRTS Short Sleeve Styles) Exclusive.at Rltchles V . - $425 to $ 7 95 Ritchie's Bernard IMPORT BELTS $150 and $2 »Jerks Socks.. &$1 > Meeker Billfolds 1 Hats Dress or Sport Straws for Summer I $195 to $500 SHORT SLEEVE KNIT SHIRTS His Style For Cool Comfort I • Ties.. $150£nd$250 • • By Damon Creations • ••" '• • SUMMER'SLACKS . Wash and Wear Styles Shop Our Gift Bar! Unusual and Unique Mens Gifts Complete Price Range. $7 95 , to $15 95 Stumped? Give a Ritchie's Gift Certificate! » 4 14 Ritchie's Hotel MeaTey Building on Quality Corner Home N of ARROW Shirts — DOBBS Hats — KUPPENHElMER Suits — JOCKEY underwear NATURAL GAS DRIES 7 WEEKS OF LAUNDRY How thrifty ... how convenient. Your automatic gas clothes dryer saves you so much lifting, carrying, hanging up and taking down. It gently tumbles the laundry dry. Every load is so sweet, soft and fluffy —all for only pennies a week. • Natural gas does so many jobs around the house so well.. . and so dependably. Peoples' experience and efficiency assures that the little gas flame is on the job at the touch of PEOPLES NATURAL a finger. And Peoples' free service keeps all your gas appliances operating perfectly. Peoples is a tax-paying company. Peoples' taxes help pay school teachers, policemen and astronauts... help build schools, highways and je$ bombers. Jn 1960 Peoples and its parent company paid'more than $32 million in taxes. CAR HOSTESSES, left to right: - Linda, Marge, Sharon (Pat), Sharon and Mardene. THIRST QUENCHERS Grape Drink 25c 15c 10c Root Beer __25c 15c 10c Orange Drink 25c 15c 10c Fountain Pepsi 25c 15c 10c Phosphates 25c 15c 10c '[tmiHHHHitimuiiiiiimiii REFRESHING FLOATS ROOT BEER — PEPSI ORANGE — GRAPE 35c 25c 15c ii«Hittiudmi!unm «!iii< Coffee 10c Milk 10c Ice Tea r „15c-_10c Chocolate Milk— 10c Sparkling Sodas r -—- 25c Thank You ? Gall Again — PICNIC SUPPLIES - ALL KINDS — Buns Potato Chips Marhsmallows Weinexs Bread * Paper Plates Cookies SANDWICHES Hamburger 25c Pork Tenderloin '_ 35c Chuck Wagon 35c Kraut Round Dog 1 25c Hot Dog 19c Cheese 20c Boiled Ham 30c Cheeseburgers 30c Toasted Cheese — — 25c Fishwich ; - >-i - - •£ -35c Pasquale . ^vi 35c French Fries 20c French Fried Onion Rings 35c Potato Salad 20c Crisp Salad 20c Cottage Chee«| ? *?2Qc Malts & Muk5hiJtoj,^^iu^-.25e'- Vanilla Chocolate Cherry Strawberry Banana Umon Peach ;j Pineapple , ' 'Raspberry '••'*•••• Marshmallow The. Entire Enjoys Eating At TASTY SUNDAES 20c & 25c Chocolate '•• Marshmallow Cherry Butterscotch Pineapple Strawberry Peach Hot Fudge Sundae 25c 30c Strawberry Angel Delight 34c Banana Boats ___ 34c JHiiiiiiimimmmmiinmi, (^hipped Ice PACKAGED TO TAKE OUT LARGE $1.75 COMBINATION $1.25 $1.50 $2.25 Sausage — Hamburger Pepperoni — Onion Green Pepper Mushroom, Cheese CHICKEN IN THE BASKET % Golden Brown Chicken French Fries, Home Made Rolls & Butter Raw Crisp Vegetables 98c 98c . HijiiHKiiHiiiiHiiimHHmm — .JOHNSTONS ICE CREAM — Pint —2Sc i Quart — *4o . Halt Gallon — 83c FRIED OYSTERS IN THE BASKET 6 Large Oysters, French Fries Home Made Roll & Butter — Raw Vegetables $1.35 $1.35 nHiHiiiiiiiiiiiiniHiiiiiiiiim «... i — SNO v <y$ME CONES — 25c, .... 15c 10c 5c 21 Shrimp _, $1.15 SHRIMP IN THE BASKET Vz Do*. Shrimp — Raw Vegetables Home Made Roll & Butter — French Fries 98c ' 98c DRIVE JN|$ " "OTTO' waA: MARGARET FINGER, Props. Phone 1»2 Fayette. Iowa FISH IN THE BASKET % lb. Haddock Fillet — Home Made Roll French Fries — Crisp Vegetable* — Butter 78c ML. wwr -.^..w^w, .^^^M^it p ^aasa^wn-,-.......

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