Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on July 19, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, July 19, 1962
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LOCALS Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ressler of St. Paul, Minn., came Saturday for a weeks visit with her sister Mrs. Archie Wood. —• — Mr. and Mrs. Bernice Stansbury were weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Orr at their cabin nt Waukon Junction. Lt. Col. Eugene and Mrs. Carter and family were callers in town Monday, enroute from Alaska to Syracuse New York. — •— Mr. and Mrs. Bill Jr. Leverington nie the parents of a daughter born June 26, She has been named Dina Ellen. —•— Bill Leverington Jr., attended a Lowe Seed business meeting at Kankakee, III., last Thursday, Friday and Saturday. —•— Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen home were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Vierow, of Manchester, Mrs. Louisa Herman of Dubuque, the Earl Vierow family of Waverly, and Faye Tobias of Des Moines. —•— Dr. Quintus Wilson and daughter, Claudia, of Morgantown, West Virginia, visited from Tuesday until Saturday with his sister, Anna E. Wilson. —•— Mrs. Gary Doughty and children, of Cedar Falls, are expected to come this week-end to spend a week with her parents, the Peter Fausers. — •— The Rev. Theo Frese of Sumner is the supply pastor at Grace Lutheran church during the absence of Rev. Norman Betke, who is on vacation with his family. —m —. Mr. and Mrs. Max Shaffer were Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Brattebo in Story City on Mrs. Brattebo's birthday, July 8. Also present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brattebo and sons, of Des Moines. — at— Mrs. Max Shaffer spent the week of July 8 to IS in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Brattebo of Des Moines. Mr. Shaffer visited on Sunday and brought his wife home. —•— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lambert and family are visiting their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Snyder, in Washington, D. C. —•— Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Halcomb, of Indiunola, visited last week in the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lyle Robb. Susan Robb went home with them for a visit. —m — Mrs. Earl Vierow and children, of Waverly, came Tuesday and took her mother, Mrs. Hazel Rasmussen, Jean Ann Cowles and Faye Tobias home with them to visit until Saturday afternoon. — •— ' Dinner g'ests Sunday at the Don Becker home were Mi', and Mrs. Ed Salazer, of Lombard, UK, arid Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Kline and family and Gary Kelly of Dundee. Friday evening visitors at the Becker home were Mr. arid Mrs. Johnny Bandy of Dundee and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schneider. —•— Steven Grimes, of Mollne, III., was an over Saturday night guest in the Mildred Miner home. —•— Harold Swales is a surgical patient at the hospital in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Briggs and Mrs. Swales visited him there, Sunday. — •— Mrs. Mildred Miner, Shirley and Gerald, and Mrs. Amelia Voelker visited Saturday evening in the Alex Gunther home near Sumner to see the Gordon Grimes family of Moline, 111., who were guests of her parents, the Gunthers. —•— Mr.' and Mrs. Tom Hennig are the parents of a daughter, born July 11 at the Sumner hospital. She has been named Barbara Lynn. About 100 books added To Maynard library MAYNARD — Approximately 100 books for adult reading during the next few weeks have been placed on the shelves of the Community library. They include: Making Your Living Is Fun, April Harvest, "A Wind from the West", "A Prairie Rose", "Other Gods", ".Sentimental Tommy", "Moon stone", "To Heaven on Horseback", "Our Will Rogers", "Cat Among Pigeons", "More Fish to Fry", "Money to Burn", "Take My Life", "Dance to the Piper", "Hungry Hill", "Child of Our Time", "Homecoming", "The Radium Woman", "King's General", "Tomorrow Is Manan i", "Victory over Space", "Cim.i . n", "A Distant Drum", "!{' lining of the Tide". "Coat I Wore". COMPLETE PROCESSING FOR YOUR FREEZER MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, Iowa Passage to India", "Last Angry Man", "Return c Ur Japan", Eliza- brtb-'Goudge reader", '-'Twilight for the Gods", "Barren G-o"nd", "Africia Is Adventure". ".Shepard of Guadeloupe", "Citizens of the Galary", "Seven .Steeples", "Alaska U. S. A.", "A Bell for Adano", "Billy Graham", "I Speak for Myself", "Lou Geric. the Iron Horse of Base ball". "1 Married Adventure", "Thresher". '"Hie adolescent through fiction", "Cast le in the Sea", "Laughing Boy", "Living for Young Moderns", "Kindling". I Was A Savage". "Diary of Helena Morley", "SiiKerely, Will is Wayde", "Heavenly World Series", "All I Want Is Everything". "Japan's Islands of Mystery". "Time of Man", "When the Mount ain Fell", "My Neck of the Woods", "Left Hand Is the Dreamer", "Designs for Flower Arrangers", "You and Your Aging Parents", "Life Is Worth Living", "Cannery Row", "Blow the Wind Southerly", "Marian Anderson", "From this Day Forward", "Middle Aged Man on the Flying Trapeze", "Fort Everglades" and "Alice Adams". Volga Valley club meets Mrs. I,roncird Anfinson was hostess at her home to the Volga Valley club on Thursday, July 12. Thirteen members and visitors, Mrs. Farrell Bass, Mrs. James Bass, Mrs. Robert Bass, Mrs. Donald Orr, Mrs. Colleen Miller and Janice Stannard were present. Roll call was answered by "Scenic Spots in Iowa", and the program was a general discussion on magazine articles read by t'ie members. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE WITH LEADER WANT ADS I OFFICIAL HEADQUARTERS WMMAND Radio 40tti Ann)vinery GOLD RUSH [ COMI INI ~ RI6ISTIR FREE! $35,000 IN PRIZES CUTS WASTE AND SAVES YOU MONEY Stop wasting materials by on-the-job mixing 1 Tell us your specifications and we'll deliver the right amount of the right concrete mix to your job. Spahn & Rose Lbr. Co. "ONE PIECE OR A CARLOAD" Duane Slauson, Mgr. Phone 47 — Maynard, Iowa To be wed Sunday Sunday, July 22, the marriage of Vincent E. Sanderson of Fayette and Mrs. Mary White of Waterloo will be solemnized in the Grace Methodist church at Waterloo. The ceremony will take place at 1:30 p. m. The attending couple at the wedding will be Howard Johnson of Fayette, and Pauline Cobern of Waterloo. Everyone is invited to attend. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Rath Discount Days July 16 to August 10 Now's the time to stock up on Rath Animal Protein Feed ...for four weeks you can save $7.50 per ton with the pur- chaseof any of these Rath Feeds: RATH 28% PIO GROWER RATH aB% PRE-FINISHBR RATH *1% PIG A HOO CONCENTRATE RATH SUPER "AS- SWINE MIX RATH SUPER "4B-AO* SWINE MIX RATH BIO *BO* 8WINB MIX Hmf! flwuj! tfmt/f Animal Protein Makes the Difference FEED Dumermuth & Fay Phone 207 — Fayette, Iowa HERE'S HOW YOU BENEFIT BY DOING ALL YOUR 8HOPPINO LOCALLY When you buy from your hometown merchants you net: . .» 14. '• ' ' ' ' ' ' 1. HONEST VALUES v 4. MORE PERSONAL AND 7. FREEDOM FROM ROAD 9. AVOIDANCE OF JOSTLING i 2. AMPLE SELECTION ERKNDMER TREATMENT HAZARDS CROWDS j 9, INSTANT DELIVERY; 5. SAVING OF TIME 8. ELIMINATION OF COSTLY 10. THE CHANCE TO BUILD SERVICE AND ADJUSTMENT 6. RELIEF FROM COSTLY PARKING PROBLEMS A BETTER COMMUNITY BY 4 TRAVEL PUTTING YOUR DOLLARS TO WORK HERE You're somebody when you shop here, at home ... a real "queen for a day," It's a good bet that our merchants know you personally . ., . are friends and neighbors. They roll out the red carpet*because they're sincerely glad to see you. And they go all out to please, to see that you get exactly the merchandise you have in mind, at the right price. There's.a genuine warmth and interest on the part of everyone in their stores. Shopping at home is a pleasant experience. You return home fresh, relaxed and satisfied that the friendly hometown merchants will never let you down. Contrast all the above advantages with spending your shopping dollars at BIG CITY stores. After driving scores of tiring miles and being exposed to the many motoring hazards, you're just another customer ... a .stranger among strangers. If anything goes wrong with your purchases, a lot of time is. wasted in adjustments. When you consider the*extra expense and trouble in driving long distances to shop, you'll decide it's smarter to-be a V.I.P.* in your hometown stores. •Very Important Person Do Your Shopping In The Fayette Stores Northeast Iowa's Most Complete Home Shopping Center THAYER'S FURNITURE B. J. "Bun" THAYER, Owner MRS. POLLY THAYER, Home Consultant PHONE 287 - FAYETTE, IOWA Call Collect For Free Estimates — 7 Sales People to Serve You DO IT YOURSELF " : - * AT THE FAYETTE SPEED WASH 1 Block North oi. College Gym Open 24 Hours^- Every Day '-i DANIELS DRUG For The Best Care You Could Receive In Having Your PRESCRIPTIONS FII .1 .F.D 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 DRIVE-IN Try Our HOME MADE PIZZA All Kinds and Sizes Otto and Margaret Finger, Props. MAU'RER'S SHOES and CLOTHING Jeanle Sport* Wear — Windbreaker 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, FBrms, Business, Rental Management All Price Ranges SUMNER REALTY CO. Fayette - Phone 195 : For That Lubrication Job V ANDERS EE BRING YOUR CAR TO pi u« u V . „ inn „, n Mm¥WT Plumbing — Heating—Wiring HARRY'S CTO SERVICE GREEN COLONS FURNACES PHONE 38 Hot Point Appliances Quality Service Instead of Stamps SALES — SERVICE WHERE SERVICE IS TOPS PHONE 194 FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Your Independent . Insurance Agent i SERVES YOU BEST -<vm • .k PHONE M ,, „ ., ,-' ED'S DEEP ROCK QUALITY COALS ; GASFORLE3S PHONE 45 \ ! * ED CAMPBELL, Prop. STATE BANK OF FAYETTE * A FULL SERVICE BANK Checking Accounts - Savings Accounts Time Certificates - Loans — Money Orders ••! , SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES U LEWIS' 5e to $1.00 Headquarters For Most Everything Quality At A Low Price PHONE 75 BELLES - WRIGHT FUNERAL HOME Phone 199 . Joe and Linda Wright .PEOPLES NATURAL GAS ' 'fl. Live Modern For Less m p'bene m R, .. _ HARPER'S PLUMBING & HEATING ' LENNOX SALES 4 SERVICE . ,\ < ' Heatrng and Air Conditioning Horn** Churches — Schools}^ Commence'... ZABRKKIFS GARAGE : A Complete Service For # V* /•> ^MaJwt Of'"* • •-' * Cars'and Trucks J pho »e 80 — Fayette yERA'SDRESS SHOP J: • ? y |hon« n Vicky Vaughn ttr«.* % Koret of California Jf nt Colby, Sports vWaaf _ -; Pur *^S H,u ~ G,0VM T J ^ " > \t 4 HAROLD EARLE ^^E^hw STATION (STANDARD) E. R. MOALLAHER ^m ^P . TgUWC SERVICE '•id FAJOTE COUNTY LEADER COMPLETE LINE OF QUALITY PRINTING uxvitatiotts — Napkins • • > " : -'ViV : ' : '- ; -- '-'V:;'. --i : „/ •• - Persb: cements TO BILL'S SUPER VALU of. 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