Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on June 28, 1962 · Page 8
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, June 28, 1962
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I* FOR RENT FOR RENT — Good Farm House. Insulated and new siding. Low rent. 7 miles F.ast, 1 mile north nnd V.\ mile enst or Sumner. •John Bnrry, Hawkeye, Iowa. Phone Randalia 4282065. 26 1 WAN FOR RENT — Pasture, about 80 acres for 20 head. I.ee Grankvist. Phone Black 120. 26 1-x Miscellaneous Wanted Experience Unnecessary Training on the job. We are interviewing men in this area regarding a very fine sales position. No Saturday or Sunday work. After paid training period your earnings will run from $400 to $•115. tf interested, write to Dept. 22P. (): Box 4fi or P. O. 12JKJ, Des Moines. Iowa. Include in letter full name, address and phone num- l>or. Interviews will be arranged with you at an early date. Business Services TRY LEADER WANT ADS REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 2 APARTMENT — house, good Income, oil furnace, large garage. Good location. 3 BEDROOM — Newly redecorated inside. Newly painted outside, carpeted, built in cupboards, new gas furnace. Attached garage, extra lot, low taxes, nice 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. .$6,500. .$500 dn. -Bal. like rent. LARGE 6 BEDROOM, 2 baths close to college. Good Income. 1 BEDROOM — Full basement Oil furnaco - extra land, Good Buy FOR RENT FURNISHED 3 B.R. apartment. Ground floor, for summer months. 3 BEDROOM — home furnished, can be rented for summer months. Need homes and apartments for rent. LET US KNOW FARMS 70 ACRES — Edge of Fayette on Black top, workland, pasture and limber. Barn, two corn cribs, gralnery, poultry House. Nice 3 B. R. modern home. Hardwood floors throughout. Hot Water heat 1- ii Bath*, Beautiful location. The price I* right Also 123 - 147 - 200 A farms. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. KINSEL Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches. Have new mower cycles and corn plow shovels. 003 Washington St., Fayette. 21-tf YOU NAME IT — WE DO IT PAINTING — Our Specialty Roofing — Floor. Tiling CHUCK CHASE PAUL HUMESTON Phone 281 In the few cases where TO attacks the eyes, the course of the disease is slow, although the result may be loss of sight. OWNER SATISFACTION PROVES EXTRA value from Creon Colon ial furnaces. Cluck Green Colon i.i) owners before you buy! Con venient payments. Vantlersee Plumbing and Heating. USED FURNITURE AND APPLIANCES Near new, Maytag Square Tub Wringer Washer, Quarantecd like a new one $75. Terms Refrigerators, Croslcy, shelves In door, good $45 Refrigerator, Frlgldalre, 6 yrs. old, 9 ft. across fop freezer $99 Gibson, old but runs O.K., only $25 and you haul. Used Water Softener, fail dition Used Rugs, choose from 5 at $15 ca. Used Draperies —- sec 'em, their nice but low in price. Used Sofa, Rocker, $10, you haul 2 Used 17" TV — good cond ~ near new pk. tube, your choice $45 Bunk Bods, used, maple $25 Full size bed, used, complete $25 Used Sofa & Chair, Black, Foam cushions, very good $75 Used Electric Ranges, 2, take your choice. Used Food Freezer, chest $65 THAYER'S Headquarters for fine new and used furniture and appliances 4-H and F. F. A. members Can win $36,000 Iowa's young farm fanciers and future home economics experts are readying their wares for the 19C2 Iowa State Fair, because win ners will go home $36,fMX) richer in prize money. Of that total $27,377 is earmarked for 4-H boys and girls and the remaining $t),627 for Future Farmers of America (F. F. A.) and vocational agriculture displays. With the fair a week early this year, Aug 17 26, entries in these departments will close on the following dates: 4 11 home economics and F. F. A. and vocational agriculture, July 25; 4-H agricultural projects, Aug. 10. Awards for 4-H baby beeves will total $7,549; beef heifers, $3,199; dairy heifers $4,333; pigs, $3,510; lambs, $1,021. Another $3,195 is offered for such home economics projects as cooking, gardening, health, clothing. In addition to cattle entries, the boys will show market eggs, give agricultural demonstrations, judge livestock on a contest basis and exhibit their collections and construction projects. Girls from 4-H clothing clubs modeling in the style revue are expert seamstresses who are judged not only on the garmet they have made, but their -flair - for choosing accessories and their ability "to wear clothes".* Also in the home economics exhibits are clothing, home furnishings, food, nutrition hints and personal expense account records, The girls team up for daily demonstrations on specified club projects and special interest programs. Officials anticipate more than 3,000 girls in blue and boys in blue jeans will take part in fair activities. Award money for F. F. A. and vocational agriculture students will be divided as follows: Pigs, $3,368; lambs, $2,014; dairy heifers, $1,480; beef heifers, $1,265; farm mechanics booth, $250; and livestock judging contest, $250. C. J. Gouger, Ames, is superintendent of the boys' and girls* 4-H club department. Stanley •Davidson and Marie Bishop, both of Ames, are superintendent of the 4-H agricultural project department and the 4-H home economics department, respectively. Premium lists and entry blanks are available through county extension directors and vocational agriculture instructors. Roquet-Iliff ceremony Performed by candlelight south of West Union. con$25 MR,. AND MRS. DALE F. CAIN Oelberg-Cain wedding Performed on Sunday Used Machinery J. D. 60 tractor 2001.H.C. tractor with cult. 2—New Idea spreaders Case spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor Model B I.H.C. tractor with cultivator Mft J.D. tractor with cultivator U§*d 4-row J.D. cultivators Independence also visited on Sun- JJX ayraih fluff* day Mqdel 50 J.D. tractor 1945 A J.D. tractor 'Wanantr good ONLY on ib« mffd macMntry to our stow tfatjing *b* Valut Chtcktd DeHAVEN & LOCALS A visitor of Mrs. Ross Hough Sunday afternoon was Mrs. Josephine House of West Union. —k — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burget, Barbara and Helen Jo, returned home Saturday evening from a two weeks western trip in which they visted their daughters and sisters in California and enjoyed scenic sight seeing trips in Mexico and other adjoining states. Week-end visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Stoneman home, were Mr. and Mrs, Dale' Cone, and family of Winnebago, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Hanson of Miss Joyce Ann Oelberg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Oelberg of Fayette, became the bride of Dale F. Cain, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Cain of Guttenberg, ljefore an altar of white and pink carnations. The [lev. G. W. Ulcciia performed the double ring ceremony at the Bethel Presbyterian church near West Union, on Sunday June 17, at 7 p. m. Lcland Meyer or Orion. 111., ne companied by Billy Johnson. West Union, sang, "The Wedding Prayer" and "O Promise Me". The bride given in marriage by her father, wore a Regal gown or chantilly over net ruffles, and bridal taffeta. Designed with long sleeved fitted bodice and scalloped sabrina neckline with jeweled opal sequins. The basque waist flowed into a bouffant skirt with tiers of lace and tulle forming the front panel, each tier jeweled with sequins. The lace skirt, enhanced in back by teirs of ruffled edged with wide chnntilly and flowing gracefully into a chapel train. Her veil was a princess type crown of open work Aurora Borahs crystal beads set on a ring of rhinestones securing an elbow length veil of imported English illusion. She carried a white orchid with pink and white baby roses around it. Miss Marilyn Cain, Guttcnberg, sister of the groom, was maid of honor. She wore a dress of tears of satin, mesh and chiffon, with a taporing bodice of pink satin and chiffon, short sleeves and a flower bustle in the back. Her accessories were white, and she carried pink and white baby roses. Ring bearer's were Larry Bishop cousin of the bride and Kenny Popenhagen friend of the bride. Flower girls were Laurie Cain and Karen Cain, of Cedar Rapids, neices, of the groom. Their dresses were the same as the maid of honor. James • Cain, brother of the groom, of Cedar Rapids, served as best man. Ushers were Duane Oelberg, brother of the bride, Dean Cain, brother of the groom, Joal Bishop, cousin of the bride, and Michael Jonquet friend of the groom. The bride's mother chose a navy blue sheath dress trimmed in white with a white tie sash on one side. She wore white accessories. The bridegroom 's mother wore a beige sheath dress with a beige bodice over beige satin. Her accessories were white. Both mothers wore a white orchid. A reception followed the wedding. The weding cake, was decorated with scalloped tears of pink icing and white arches of frosting were in the four extending lines, topped with a bride and groom. The bride chose for her going away ensemble, a white suit with black accessories. After a weeks trip the couple will be living hj Guttenberg. Mrs. Cain is a graduate of the Fayette high school and the Mr. Cain graduated from high school and attended the Mason City Junior college, in Mason City. He is employed by Kloom Manufacturing in Guttenberg. To conduct survey On fall-out shelters The Iowa State Civil Defense Headquarters. Des Moines, and the U. S. Army Engineer District, Rock Island, announced recently that the Green Engineering Company of Cedar Rapids, was awarded a contract Monday. June HI to con duct Phase 2 of the National fallout shelter survey in 20 counties in northeast Iowa. The Cedar Rapids firm recently completed Phase I of the fallout ; shelter survey in these same counties, plus Linn County. Green Engineering Company was awarded a contract for Phase 2 of the shelter survey in Linn County on April 2G, 1962. Northeast Iowa counties included in the Phase 2 contract awarded to the Cedar Rapids engineering firm are as follows: Allamakee; Benton; Blackhawk; Bremer, Buchanan; Butler; Chickasaw; Clayton; Clinton; Delaware; Dubuque; Fayette; Franklin; Grundy; Hardin; Howard; Jackson; Jones; Tama; and Winneshiek. Phase 2 of the fallout shelter survey will consist of the following points: Survey for marking shelters with a protection factor of 100 or more; a capacity of 50 or more people and which meets minimum requirements for habitahility. Pro tection factors for all of the buildings were determined during Phase 1, which was completed recently. Permanent shelter signs will be posted at these shelters at- a later date. Determine the feasibility and estimated cost of improving shelters with protection factors of 40 to 99 to a minimum of 100. Determine methods of improving the habitahility and capacity of the shelters by adding ventilation, water and other utilities. Work will begin immediately and this contract is to be completed by September 15, 1962. MWNAPD In an 0 p. in. cand ' '-ervi..' at the linilvd !' i.l).. i' i.'n ch:i;< - ;i J'miday. June !/. "Wui y Anne I'oqoil Ix-carne (!.-• I) ide of !>< ii -I Ew*ne Ilirf, i/.'h a r> of \V'i st Union. l-'i-i n»s nf the couple a r 'e Mr. :i:nl M>-s. 'Donald W. Roquet, West ;"!'•, an-l Mrs. and Mrs. Warren IhV. West Union. The \ows were exchanged before an aitar decorated with white stock and \vllow daisies with the Rev. r'a'l R. Carlsen officiating in the double ring service. Pews were marked with white nnd yellow rosettes and bells. Mrs. Maynard M< IK fee, organist accompanied Miss Delia Woodson. West Union, as s!',e .sang "I I.ovc You Truly" and "The I/ii'd's Prayer". The bride, given In marriage by her lather, was attired in a gown of Swiss imported organdy with a rose pattern embroidered on scalloped edges. It was styled With a sah: ina neckline, short sleeves and foil three tiered floor length sl'.itt accented by a double front panel of embi'oided organdy givin ; an oversklrt effect. The chapel length veil of silk illusion was attached to a crown covered with m itching veiling embellished with pi arls and rhtnestones, made by the bride. She wore a silver bracelet featuring n cultured pearl, a Ri't or the bridegroom, and pearl earrings, and carried an arrange m 'lit of yellow roses. Mrs, John Birdnow, Mavnnr 1, wis matron of honor for her sister, and Marilyn Arthur, Randalia. the.. Ividesmaid. Their dresses were of white cotton silk chambray with d'-licate rose pattern embroidered over bodice and jackets with «call> oped edges resembling those on the bride's gown. Their hats, made by the bride, were of white net o: namented with dainty yellow b'lws. They wore gloves of sheer nylon with pleated cuffs and carried white pompons with yellow ribbons. Rings for the couple were carried by Mark Birdnow, nephew of the lride. Becky Rhoades served her fi iend as flower girl. She wore a d ess of yellow dotted Swiss made by her grandmother, Mrs. Charles A. Rhoades, Cedar Falls. Serving the bridegroom as best man was his friend, Ronald Jacobs >n. West Union. Another friend, J.'iry Whitcher, West Union was tne attendant. Wedding guests v.ere escorted to their pews by Donald F. Roquet, Victor, and George W. Roquet, Cedar Falls, brothers of the bride. They were assisted by another brother, David Roquet, Dubuque, and John Bird-' now. All men wore dark suits. Mrs. Roquet chose a blue and white dacron dress with blue, accessories for her daughter's wed ding. Mrs. IIiff wore a blue brocaded dress with white accessories. Both mothers and the bridegroom's grandmother, Mrs. Pay Cousins. Klkndcr, wore red rose (m >.":<;,. A reception was held in (!•• social rooms of (he t-l»»i;a li ing the ceremony. T!-e (a el square wedding rake v.a.-, & •. ed with lattice work, hells a - I butterflies. Serving at {he reception , M Miss Ella Campbell. West Un;,,n who cut the cake; Mi's. Joe Itjnad es, Maynard, poured: Polly Kn'p'' or, Jesup, presided at the naneli bowl; Mr. and Mrs. David Hoque'., Mrs. Donald F. Roquet and John Birdnow assisted with the gifts. For traveling to an undiselo .M .I destination, the bride wire a toast colored sheath dress \vi<h three quarter lennlh sleeves jacket, beige accessories and ,i yellow rose corsage. Mrs. Iliff. a graduate of fie v nard Consolidated school an-l of ( Gale Institute Airline and I'.vi road Communication School. M'on- eapolis, Minn., is employed by i'. department of public safety. We: • Union. Mr. Iliff who was gra<' • '" ! from the West Union high school is With the Bell Telephone company. West Union. After June 21 the uewlywcds will be at home one and one-half n.iles STRINOTHtN AMERICA'S HACI POWtHI aur U.S. SAVINGS D „' '\j*-" Jr Cjl ro</« SHAM IN AAUHICA PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY FULLER BRUSH SUPPLIES KEITH GAGE Phone Black 236 405 Wafer St. Fayefte, Iowa BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette • DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 —» Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Bli.ck 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa f> 3 GLASSES OF MILK EVERY DAY Reunion held Sunday The first annual Popenhagen reunion was held -at Klock's Island Park Sunday, June 24, with the following present: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Popenhagen, Gayland, Bonnie and Donna, of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Les Popenhagen, Steve and Ellen of Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Medberry, Jo Ann, Arthur, Roger, of Rockford, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. George Popenhagen, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Popenhagen of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Popenhagen, Jim, Mike, Bob, of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Popenhagen, Sandy, Linde, Chip nnd Jan Brady of Hawkeye; Mr. nnd Mrs. Myron Moore and Frank Moats, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Page, of Elgin; Mrs. Emma Earl, Mr.- and Mrs. Harry Earl, Jr., Sharon, Mark, Gary, Jeff all of Rochester, Minn. Mrs. Herman Larson Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Helms and Monte all of Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Popenhagen, Jimmy, Kathy, Dennis, Kenny, EJeon; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Popenhagen and family all of Wadena; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Mobb, of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tope, Roger, Barbara, of Hawkeye; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Medberry and Jerry of Elginj Mr. .John Kiple III, Anamosa; Mr. Victor Groth, Pleasent Hill, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Walters, Martin and Curtes; Mr. and Mrs. Don ; Garretson, all of Independence; ; ' Mr. and Mrs. Joy Popenhagen and Dora, of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bockholt, and family or Fairbank; Mr. and Mrs. George Howard, Jr., and family of Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kleinlein and family of Strawberry. Point. 3 KR0EGER The John Solomon family picnic' was held Sunday at Klock's Island Park. The John Solomon, Jr., family or Rudd and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kephart and family of Hapel- ton were out of town attendants. — m— Mr. and Mrs. Fred .Maurer attended the annual Nelson-Larson, reunioa at the Clermont park^Smvi, day, June 17. „.. The annual Talcott-Nejvcomb reunion will be held Sunday, J^ne 24, WIS! F«»byteria,i chjjjch r[ W)^„ -—n in Maynard, " • CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers M1MNG SERVICE AND SUPPLY Gene Wm. Singer FAYfeTTB. IOWA PHONE 247 PLUMBING HEATING WIRING BOTTLE GAS Manifold Bocfts rUJflfld ^^r- IN IMS ORDER NOW Fayette Leader

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