Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 19, 1962 · Page 3
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July 19, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

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New vehicles licensed New cars registered with the Fayette county treasurer are: Harold Dorland, West Union, Rambler; Milt or Dorothy Kramer, Fayette, Chevrolet station wagon; James Crandall, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Lily or Jay Bloom, Oelwein, Buick; Lyle or Frances Recker, Arlington, Ford; Arlin Hoehne, Maynard Chevrolet; Cecil or Lois Shannon, Oelwein; Volkswagen; Bruce Moser, Waucoma, Chevrolet; Herbert Millerd, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Kendall Pieper, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Arnold or J'Neane Zaruba, Oelwein, Rambler; David or and Margie Moore, Oelwein, Rambler; Frank or Teresa Kappmeyer, Oelwein, Rambler station wagon; Carl od Nilmah Rueber, Oelwein. Mercury; Richard Adams, Fayette, Carefree, Camper; Antonio or Angela Gian- nizzrei, Oelwein, Chevrolet. Clarence or Pholomena Phillips, Westgate, Chevrolet; Ronald Miller, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Henrietta Kleppe, West Union, Buick, Bruce Girton, Oelwein, Shasta travel trailer; LaVern or Valentine Bastian, Oelwein, Ramblw Station wagon; Raymond or Geneva Lundry, Maynard, Mercury; William or Amy Jayne, Alpha, Chevrolet; Al vin Bowan, Arlington, Mercury; i'.anci.s Brown, uuiwc-m, Kambler; K.ai i or Husu isuilur, v Trucks registered recently were; John Larson, West Union, Ford; Max Shaffer, Fayette, Ford; Marinus Mihm, St. Lucas, Chevrolet; Lawrence or Catherine Breecher, Oelwein, Ford; William or Maxine Benzine, Oran, Chevrolet; Arnold Lenius. Oelwein, Ford; Robert or Katherine Seedorff, Oelwein, CMC; Cecil Clendenen, Oelwein, Ford. Chevrolet; Leo or Burnita Mil ford.Aurora, Rambler; Cornel ius Bautnler, Wnucoma, Chevrolet: Leslie Davis, Kiiyctto, Chevrolet, Chevrolet; Marvin Staake, Elgin, Oldsmobile. Civil cases filed Civil cases filed recently in the Fayette County clerk of court's office are: Nanette Pauline Dohse vs. Robert Donald Dohse, divorce; George Bushee vs. Louise Bushee, appointment of guardian; Palmer Memorial hospital vs. Lev! and Alberta Gage, account $530.10, interest and costs; Lyons Ziegler Inc. vs. Jerry Gallagher, injunction; Helen L. .Van 'Note vs. Earl Jf and Marilyn J. Stalkfleet, replevin; Lawrence Boclcenstedt, dba Fay- elte County Loan Co. vs. Anthony and Marie Balk, foreclosure of chattel mortgage. J244.82, interest and costs. Lawrence Bockenstedt dba Fayette County Loan Co. vs. John J. and Dorothy Brodbeck and G. J. Derr, foreclosure of chettel mortgage, $505.38 interest and costs; Robert Gager vs. Darling and Com pany, damages. $5,000. interest and costs; Farm Building and Supply Inc. vs. Earl Arthur, account, $1,025.61, interest and costs: Mervin Noling vs. Ray Lar Pipeline Service, Inc., account, $322.10, interest and costs; Mittye Murlyne Mullins vs. Robert Dale Mullins. divorce; Frances V. Wilson vs. Clyde C. Wilsoh. and .Maynard .Savings. Bank, Maynard, Iowa, partition. Inters ections flanked By com crop hazardous Thousands of rural intersections in Iowa rapidly are becoming traps for unwary drivers as the state's corn crop grows to vision-blocking level, the state safety department warned today. Commissioner Carl Pesch said that as m:my as 50 lives could be lost in rural intersection crashes from now through harvest unless drivers use extreme caution on the county roads. "The danger comes when a driver goes through an intersection at his habitual speed even though he can no longer see the incoming roads clearly because of the growing corn," Pesch warn-d. The result may be a fa til crash in the intersection bctwfen two drivers who could not see one another until too late, Pesch warned. He said the typical victim of such an accident is a driver who lives within four or five miles of the scene, who has drivi-n tlv same road for years, and who is on n short errand. Pesch urged all drviers who use county roads frequently to enter intersections at sharply reduced speeds and prepared for a quick stop. "The only safe approach to a rural intersection where vision is blocked is to assume that there is another car corning from the other direction," Pesch said. FIBRE-GLASS ELECTRIC WATER SOFTENERS Call 287 For Free Water Analysis TIAYER'S FAYETTE Phone 287 26-4 FAMOUS NAME FOODS BILL'S SUPER VALU fOU GET THE BEST... 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