miscellaneous for Sale FACTORY AUTHORIZED once a yonr PIANO SALE new pianos reduced up to $250. Full 88 note spinets from $480. including Ix -nrh mid delivery. Many organ bar gains. See Us. Now. Kenier's -- 531 Main -- Dubuque. Iowa, 312 FOR SALE — 2 acres of land. Minneapolis corn shelter with motor, mounted on Ford truck. In running order. Contact Kenny Fink or call 144 in West Union. 31-2 FOR SALE — 2 completely modern homes in Fayette. Ternvs available. For details call United Const. Co. Fayette. 314 FOR SALE — used electric Kenmore stove; bunk beds. S«k> 3'. Thaver Furniture Phone 2S7 32-1 :f FOR SALE - RM4 oil t*ak. A. R. Crawford. Phorw BLicfc till FOR SALE — 42 *cr» firm, rrswt- em House, tun. o:rr -:nt. - ; i;ui:ie garage. (n&& est;.- ;rnua. l..<v taxes. Contact Rural«j rCiciJi." - ir tali *;n :-z* FOR SALE - 1947 Chev. 1J ton truck with 1950 cab. 2 speed axle. 1917 Ford Panel, 1C x 28" wood frame building - to be moved, 21' x 50' Quanset building • to be moved. Fayette Sand and Gravel Co. Phone White 86. 32 1 ICE CUBES or CUBLETS for your favorite drinks, picnic, fishing. Available at Karl's Standard Ser vice. 30 4 YOU'LL BE MIGHTY GLAD next . winter you pu-chased Green Colonial hefiting. Tops for comfore, convenience, economy! Time payment plans. Vandersee Plumbing and Heating. CARPET and RUG CLEANING, all new equipment, featuring the foam suspension method of cleaning. Any type of rug or carpet cleaned in your home, or our carpet workrooms. Thayers's Ph. 28? Favette. 31-4 knapp's Inc., vs. Alfred rtnd Patricia Houghland. $239.05, int. rest and costs; Robert L. Anthonv and John W. D. llofm<yci- dha The Fnyrtt'' Insuiance Ai»cney vs. Alfred Lee Hanson, $C9.1H. interest and costs; S and S Stores <>f New Hampton, Iowa, Inc., vs. Veitmn Hanken, $371.13, interest and costs; Mary E. Youngton vs. William Yonngton Jr. divorce; Livestock Moitgage Cctlit Corp. vs. Kay mond and Susan Ohrt. $821.93, in terest and costs; F. D. Welch, Administrator of Estate of Leo II. Dennler, deceased, and Mary C. Ocnnler vs. AllxM't Lei' Dennler and Harry L. Cline, Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Harthan, Chandler, Ariz.; Mrs. Lottie Wykoff and her son Dr. James Wykoff, Enid, Okla.; Max Palmer and • daughter Sue, Wilmette, 111.; Mrs. Louise Willets, Marshalltown, her daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. George Hitch, Jim and Jerry, West Union; Mrs. J. C. Palmer and Doris Palmer, Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Abbott, Charles City; Albert Oelberg, Juana, and others from Waucoma, Arlington, West Union, Maynard, Wadena, K.'inddli.'i, and Fayette. Letters were read from former teachers, Mrs. Belle Acker, Santa Clara, Calif., and Mrs. Walter Robinson, Hawkeye; and pupils, Mrs. Elmer Dye, and Robert Durfey, Wolf Point, Mont.; Frank I'ritchard, Arlington, Calif.; Mrs. L. .1. Callihan, Battle Creek, Mich. Officers reelected were: Mrs. Joe Langerman, president; Mrs. Pete Oelberg, secretary-treasurer; program committee, Mrs. Chester Adams, Mrs. Scott Ostrander, Mrs. Ralph Dickinson. A program of songs, readings and contests was enjoyed. Coats A mother goat on the Clifford Jensen farm near Elk Horn recently gave birth to quadruplet kids. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS FOR SMS. - Hoi;s.> Fayette Leader. •#r>.h! lux I v>. i ... •/ FOR SALE — Temdtoas. Attain. Direct from garden. Atiu Larscn. NICE HOUSE FOR SALE — Loca !t'<f or, .V-ur. S^ret in Fayette, lo-ij ; -:cv lai-sy rvxxus on first f\jur. -t v .v-ip» rwms upstairs with Ira. 1 :.* ti:c- and cVun Last year. ,p>nj iv.-cght $15t.-V> incomo. fct '•tf"; c v*£ CVJCK£!;O«V Po&s«-ssion in 311 :>" *.wr if tvevssary- D. ..*. '%a*jf and S »in PIKMIC 312 •rosvo. Jo-* a »3x WMCSTtGATE THIS ACREAGE .VTvujji as iLi>TU-\:. nil modern 3Strx&}£* pos&e&skci. 25 acres, iuay :SSTTI>- call 72 Maynard for j<;p .ircmrac. 3CKf KINSEL Blacksmith - W''':-g Shop Fix lawn mow-!, t iter hitches. Have new nv>w.- .ties and plow slners. 013 W:i..!iington St., Fayette. 21 tf YOU N'-ME IT — WE DO IT PAINTING — Our Specially Rno'Hq — Floor Tiling CHUCK CHASE PAUL HUMESTON Phone 281 65 persons attend Lima school reunion The annual Lima school reunion was held Sunday at the church with G5 persons attending. Those form a distance were: PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY CARS WAXED — Liquid Wax $5.00 Pasu> $7.50. Phone 40. 31 2 White 63. 32-t-x FOR SALE — Complete it* of FOR SALE - 1 year old TV antena with rotor. For color or black and white reception. Contact Texaco - Fayette. 32 2 x REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT BUYS 3 BEDROOM - All modern new gas furnace, new paint job - 1 block from Bank. Buy on contract. SMALL HOME — Modern, gas heat, garage, extra storage bldg. The house Is furnished and will be sold together. Ex* cedent buy. 2 BEDROOM — Bath. Nice L. R. and kitchen - 2 extra lots on pavement, only $4000. LARGE HOME - Made Into 2 nice apartments. Excellent income. OH furnace, 2 baths, double garage. Nice location. All rented. 6 BEDROOM — 2 downstairs and 4 upstairs - 2J baths, oil furnace, completely insulated, use upstairs for student Inc. Excellent location on Pavement, curb and gutter. Buy on contract. 3 BEDROOM - Bath and half. New kitchen. Built In cupboards, with new wall oven and counter top gas unit with hood. Close to college. $5,000. FOR RENT UNFURNISHED apartment, Heat and water furnished, $40 per mo. TRAILER HOUSE SPACE Need homes and apartments for rent. LET US KNOW FARMS 70 ACRES — Edge of Payette on Black top, workland, pasture and timber. Barn, two corn cribs, gralnery, poultry House. Nice 3 B. R. modern home. Hardwood floors throughout. Hot Water heat 1- M Baths, Beautiful location. The price Is right Also 123 - 147 - 209 A (arms. Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone I8S Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. Used Machinery J. D. 60 tractor 200 I.H.C. tractor with cult. 2—New Idea spreaders Case spreader 1943 A J.D. tractor MT J.D. tractor with cultivator J. D. 116W PTO wire baler No. 9 J.D. mower 1943 B J.D. tractor with starter and hydraulic lift Case 6A combine with pick up and scour kleen 7 ft New Holland tractor mower SEE US FOR A DEAL ON NEW RAKES Model 50 J.D. tractor . 1945 A J.D. tractor 'Wanraaiy BPWTOHLY en lb* . iiMNt• inacWiwr la our stew catvrlntr OM Vain* tit*** • sttekth • w^.'i v ;: -S^* • 10? Br-.cafir^ca Jink*- study Ka'.f price. In g^xi con <£t »0- Clark Austin. Telephone Red 67. 32 1 \ FOR RENT FOR RENT —2—2 bedroom a- partrrtents $45.00 each. Share heating expenses (Gas). \V. L. Lang erman. White 86. Miscellaneous llianted WANTED — Entries for Ihe Fayette County Fair Open Competition Tractor Pulling Contest. Three weight classes. $450.00 in prize money. For rules and entry blanks see any Fayette County Implement Dealer or write to E. T. Alcorn, Secretary. West Union. 304 TOP PRICES paid for new crop Timothy and Clover seed. Maynard Co op. Maynard, Iowa. Phone 31. 32-8 Seven licenses issued Seven marriage licenses were issued this week in the office of the Fayette County clerk of court to Roger Jeanes, 19, Fayette, and Beverly Ann Potratz, 19, Oclwein; Darwin Seedorff, 29, Aurora and Kolleen Miller, 21, Fayette; Churles Jerome Frana, 24, Calmar, and Doris P. Best, 25, Waucomn; Virgil Raymond Foster, 45, and Barbara Agnes Shiel, 39, both of Waterloo; Larry Wayne Ishman, 19, and Madalen Myrrl Olesen, 18, both of West Union; Dean Byerly, 25, and Phyllis Follmer, 22, both of Stanley; Dwayne L. Shields, 21, and Sharon Rose Olander, 20, both of Oelwein. Civil cases filed Civil cases filed recently are; Iviwrencc Brxkenstedt. dha Fayette Ciii-ntv Loan Co. vs. Joe and h'velyn I)-aker. $410.27 interest and ccist<; V T 'Hische Hardware Co. vs. Mulli'is T.tvcrn and Sport Shop, $122.30. inte t st and costs; Dayton's vs. Mr. and M s. Gerald P. Gallagher. $329.G8. interest and costs; Waterloo Surgical and Medical Group vs. Paul Otto. $85.94, interest and costs; Drs. Mclntyre and Winninger vs. Lynn Sevey, $189.30 interest and costs; Interstate Finance Corp., vs. Laura L. Nichols, S2G9.03. interest and costs; A, K, Frey dba Humphry Dairy vs. William Geisler, $108.32, interest and costs; Pauline A. Thayer vs. Bernard J. Thayer, divorce; Robert L. Anthony. John W. D. Hofmeyer dba Tile Fayette Insurance Agency vs. Henry Buhman, $178.82. interest and costs. BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayoile WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Bltck 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Leech's Motor Service MOTORS REWOUND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Phone 279 14« SOUTH MAIN USED CAR BARGAINS *59 FORD GALAXIE Convertible, V-8 Automatic. Radio and Heater, One Owner. '59 CHEVY IMPALA 4-Door Hardtop V-8, Automatic. Radio and Healer. '56 OLDS 88 Hardtop, Motor Just Completely Overhauled. Rubber Like New. RAY WOLFE GARAGE MAYNARD, IOWA Day 82 — Phone — Nite 48 CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers MILKING SERVICE AND SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa SEE THESE WEEK-END PROGRAMS ON ADMIRAL COLOR T- V- AT THAYER'S FURNITURE THURSDAY 9:30 A. M. Play Hunch 10:00 A. M. Price Rtflh! 11:00 A. M. First Impression 11:00 P. M. Jan Murray FRIDAY 9:30 A. M. Play Hunch 10:00 A. M. Price Right 11:00 A. M. First Impression 11:00 P. M. Jan Murray SATURDAY 8:30 A. M. Pip 9:00 A. M. Sharl Lewis 9:30 A. M. Lenoardo NEW BIG SPECIAL FEATURES IOWA AT WORK & PLAY A huge new exhibit featuring Iowa Industry and Recreation. SUPER FOOD SHOW Products, samples, ideas from leading food manufacturers. MAGNIFICENT MIDWAY First time at the fair. More shows, more rides, bigger Kiddieland. . IDEA GARDENS J/ Huge new gardens crammed with prac- ticnl ideas for your yard. salute to farming's centennial AMERICA'S GREATEST AGRICULTURAL EXPOSITION Iowa's lareeit Farm Machinery Show of the year. National Livestock Show. 4 -H, FFA Fair, Iowa Quality Meat Show. Corn Si Grain Show. Farm Gadget Show. Team Pulling Contest. Sheep Shearing Contest. GREAT ENTERTAINMENT BIG CAR RACES L AR f ,e iW 2 6 STOCK CAR RACES %£ffi%2g. * JALOPY RACES ^f'XaS'' SUPER-MODIFIED a Night,: STOCK CAR RACES Aug. IT. as THRILL SHOW Afternoon, Aug. 20; nKILL >HUH NighU, Aug. ft. 2* plus HARNESS RACES ^l^g* 1 AND ... "LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACT I ONI"! 'ifi* \ y NEW Musical Comedy-type Revue •OK;-- 6 Glorious Nights, Aug. 19-24 •ere-irr r««.— DAZZLING HORSE SHOW Aug. 19-26 SEE AIL THESE . . . mmmm* ^£&£^^S*^&™^ Show. Baton TwWIaJ Show, Music Festlvfl ni^i T?ri Wome ".* Ex P°sition. Better Uvins rcfflto *mTT)^^ Free Granr I-HMI . CCATC N10 \A/ 6tand Sn °w In Morning. i CHOOSE YOUR FUN AND GO! 2 Buy large cuts or meat and save. We cut, pack and freeze matas to store In your locker. Inquire. MAYNARD LOCKER Phone 65 Maynard, Iowa Comments It from our customers Your INDEPENDENT AGENT SERVES YOU BEST ayette Insurance Agency mm* I- Mrs. Howard Burns says, "Natural gas so far this year has been cheaper for us than propane. We appreciate the fact we don't have to have a big storage tank around. We use it for cooking, water heating, and heating. I have washed as iriariy as 3 washings a day and have plenty of hot water." Gas Wfc*J.
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