Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 16, 1962 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, August 16, 1962
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Let's Talk Gardens miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALE — 2 complttaly mod- cm homes in • Fayette. Terms available. For details call United Const. Co. Fayette. 31-4 "SINGER SEWING MACHINE In attractive modern console cabinet. Button-holes, zigzags, monog rams. May be seen locally. Eight payments of $6.75, or cash discount. Write: Credit Manager, Domestic Credit, 924 Arcade St., St. Paul C, Minn. No Dealers please." 33 2 x NOTICE LIMA LADIES Cemetery Assoc. to meet at Lima church, Thursday, Aug. 16, 7:30 p. m , to plan dinner. 33-1 FOR SALE — ui*d electric Kenmore stove; bunk beds. See at Thayer Furniture. Phone 287. 32-1 tf FOR SALE — 42 acre farm, modern House, barn, corn crib, double garage. Inside city limits. Low taxes. Contact Ronald Kocher or call 2511. 324 FOR SALE — Sweet corn; tomatoes by bushel; bring container. Ada Larson, phone White 63. 33-2 FOR SALE 168. House. Call White 33-3 ICE CUBES or CUBLETS for your favorite drinks, picnic, fishing. Available at Karl's Standard Service. 30 4 FOIl SALE — House - write Box 0 Fayette Leader. 32-3 FOR SALE — Jenny Lynn double bed, complete. Maynard 0818. 33-1 FOR SALE — 1 year old TV nntena with rotor. For color or black and white reception. Contact Texaco - Fayette. 32-2-x FOR SALE — Shaffer Froien Foods Cabinet, 90 inch length, sliding glass doors, $300.00. National Cash Register, $3.99 ring, up, recently overhauled, $25.00. American Meat Slicer, excellent condition, $75.00. Toledo Computing Scales, 24 pound capacity, $10.00. I-egal size Mimeograph, $15.00. 24" Reversible Ventilating Fan, $25.00. Harold Schmidt, Vera's Dress Shop. Fayette, Iowa. 33-1 FOR RENT FOR RENT — 35 ft. House Trailer. Phone 1901, Fayette. 33-2 miscellaneous Wanted JT*f NOTHIN AMtMCA'S HACK POWtH -U.S. SAVINGS ONDS rOUt SHAM IN AMItKA 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. Excellent buy. 2 BEDROOM — Bath. Nice L. R. and kitchen - 2 extra lots on pavement, only $4000. 3 B.R. Real nice family type large rooms. New oil furnace. Insulated. Breezeway. Attached double garage. Very good location. LARGE HOME - Made Into 2 nice apartments. Excellent income. Oil 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 Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phono 19S Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. WANTED — Entries for the 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. 30 4 TOP PRICES paid for new crop Timothy and Clover seed. Maynard Co-op. Maynard, Iowa.'Phone 31. 32-8 WILL BABY SIT In my home. By the week. Mrs. Bud Hulbert. 301 E. Water St. ai-2-x WANTED — Rug weaving, sewing rags, dress making and alterations. Mrs. Vern Paul. Ph. 2C05. 33-1 RESPONSIBLE party to assume payments on a 1962 Deluxe Zigzag Sewing Machine. Balance owing 6 payments of $6.49. Also have 1962 Vacuum Cleaner and attachments with 4 payments of $6.00 owing. For information on either, write Credit Manager, Box 0009, W. St. Paul, Minn. 33-1-x WE RECOMMEND GREEN COLONIAL heating because the best you can buy is the most economical to own and to operate. 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. 287 Fayette. 31-4 KINSEL Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches. Have new mower cycles and plow sheers. 603 Washington St., Fayette. 21-tf YOU NAME IT — WE DO IT PAINTING - Our Specialty Roofing — Floor Tiling CHUCK CHASE PAUL HUMESTON Phone 281 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 JLD. 116WPTO 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 |f NEW RAKES 50 J.D. tractor 1945 A J.D. tractor rWursnir 9P9d OHMr\«a.*h» flnnoMEim CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to neighbors, relatives and friends for food, cards and many acts of kindness shown at the time of my mother's death. They will long be remembered. Mr, and Mrs. Floyd Manson : " and Family Try An Ad In The Leader Little Chits By M. C. Wangsness OWN YOU? OWN OUSINESS Get paid vmkly, In a'.thful work. Liberal terms to right man in choice territory as sales repre sentative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery, established over 55 years No delivering or collecting. Liberal guarantee. Nurseries of over 6.50 acres at Waterloo, Wisconsin. Write McKay Nursery Companv, Madison, Wisconsin. 33-3 Legal Notice ORDIMAMC NO. 213 An Oi 'din .'in • t > establish maxi nvm rat' n i .itural gas distributed an I sii !(l for domestic pur- |v KI <: i 'p •'• • Town o." Fayrtle, (''iitnt'- '•' IVI tto. State of Iowa. I 'K ORDAINED BY THE COUNCIL OF THE TOWN OF FAYETTE. OF FAYETTE, IOWA: Section 1 Eff< i -live the 6 day of August, 1962. thi- rates for natural gas distributed and sold for domestic purposes in the Town of Fayette of Fayette. Iowa, shall not exceed the following. RATE SCHEDULE R-it••• " M C.F. .5 - $2.00 (p -c.uh) Ni t 4 5 at $1.40 Next 45.0 at .98 Ext. -- over 50.0 at .90 10% will le ridded to the above net rates tin tho first 50 MCF or pa>-t if n-t paid within ten (10) days of billing date. MINIMUM CHARGE The minimum charge shall be $2.00 per meter per month. Section 2 Cost of Gas Adjustment Clause. The above rate schedule is based_ upon a Town Border Station rate for Zone 3, consisting of a monthly Demand Charge of $3.50 per unit of demand, plus a Commodity Charge of 22.9 cents per Mcf of gas delivered. Whenever the Federal, Power Commission permits any increase (or decrease)' in this Town Border Ration -Hate to become effective, -efthlft- ..initially or after hearing,'l?e'6pleS Natural Gas may thereafter correspondingly adjust the above rate schedule by Increasing (or decreasing) the rates in each block thereof, other than the first block (500 cubic feet), by the sum of (1) an amount equal to one-tenth of one cent per Mcf for each one cent of increase (or decrease) in the monthly Demand Charge and (2) the actual increase (or decrease) in the Commodity Charge per Mcf. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and; after its adoption and its publication. Adopted by the Town Council of the Town of Fayette of Fayette, Iowa, this 6 day of August, 1962. Approved, by the Mayor of said City the 6 day of August, 1962.; } JACK B£CK Mayor ATTEST: A. E. WOOD Clerk ' (SEAL) I, A. E. Wood, clerk of the.Town of Fayette,..Iowa,, hereby- certify that the above, ordinance, was duly; passed and adopted by the. Towa of Fayette, Iowa, on the G day of August, 1962, by the fallowing call of*yeas and nays recorded hereon; Yea Thomas Hennig E. R. Gallaher Claude E. Smith, Jr. Robert Addy Nay — None Absent or not voting — Roger Bowen Members of the Council A. E. WOOD Clerk on Public Notice "Road Construction Ahead" (No. 39 In a Series) In driving along the highway, the motorist often comes upon a warning sign that reads "Road construction ahead," or some equivalent. Sometimes it states that this makes the highway legally closed to traffic, but explains that traffic is maintained and the motorist may. proceed, or words to that effect. In essence, such a sign, erected some distance ahead of the section where the construction or improvement is in progress, is a form of public notice. The sign puts the motorist on notice as to what to expect. Often he is told that he may proceed at his own risk. Being in a prepetunl hurry most drivers seem willing to take this chance. " In principle a public notice or legal advertisement published in a local newspaper has much in common with the highway warning sign described. It may not be exactly a warning, but It puts the public or' specific individuals on notice as to a proposed action and gives them an opportunity to look to their rights in the matter. Public notice, then, whether posted or published in a newspaper of paid general circulation, is an important safeguard to the American way of life. An Inherent Right (No. 40 in a Series) Law suits often hinge upon oddities in some phase of human relations. In another state not long ago a woman sued a physician for $10,000 for an alleged breach of contact. Her complaint was that he failed to deliver her baby. It seems, according to her story, that he attended her during the months of her pregnancy. She understood that he would be with her when the baby came. But in her suit she charged that he did not appear at the hospital until after the baby had been delivered. The issue here involved the law of contracts, which is a separate branch of the law. The superior court justice sitting in on the case continued it. This meant that it could not go to trial until Several perennial flowers enn be divided this month. This is a good time to divide your Oriental poppies. They're in a semi-dormant state and can lie safely moved. This is also an ideal time to transplant Virginia bluebells as they are dormant now. Your bearded iris can also be dug and divided. Vance says some gardeners prefer to move their peony plants in August, but in most cases the first week in September is the better time. Remember, it is not neces-. sary to dig and divide peonies every four or five years as in the case of bearded iris. Peonies can remain in one spot fo- many years, increasing in beauty each year. Bleeding hearts can also be divided. However, they're like peonies in that they don't require division and transplanting and can remain in one location for many years. It isn't too early to begin thinking about some of the fall bulb planting later and the issue could not be settled until Inter, unless the suit was withdrawn or settlement was made out of court. .. In any event, certain elements are basic to any lawsuit. The person or persons sued have a right to know who is suing them and for what. Without going into all of the details, they a"e entitled also to their so-called day in court, that is, the right to be heard. The basic right to be put on notice in court has its parallel in public notices or legal advertising as carried in newspapers. They, too, are designed to put interested parties on notice and enable them to protect their rights. Publishing such notices is a service rendered by virtually all bona fide newspaper of paid general circulation.- And this is provided for by law in all the states. that you may he intending to do. Late September and early October are the ideal times for planting bulbs, such as tulips, daffodils, grape hyacinths, Dutch hyacinths and Siberian squills. Perhaps you had an opportunity to visit gardens last spring and made a list of some of the bulb varitles that you want for your own garden. Check with your local nursery, garden center, or place an order with your favorite mail-order nursery or seed­ sman so that the bulbs will be delivered to you for planting before the season becomes too late. Daffodils, especially, need to be planted early enough to establish n good root system before the ground is frozen. A green manure crop is an excellent soil builder. If your early garden is finished, you may want to consider the use of a green- manure crop to turn under in tho fall. Such a crop will supply organic matter and will also help to loosen heavy soils. Rye, at thje rate of 3 to 5 pounds per 1,000 square feet of garden space, seeded around the middle of August. Sown then, it should have sufficient time to make satisfactory growth before cold weather arrives. Then, turn it under this fall or if erosian is a problem, leave it to serve as a winter-cover crop and turn under next spring. Annual rye grass, at the rate of 2 to 4 pounds pe- 1,000 square feet, sown about the fist two weeks of August, will also 1M? valuable from the the standpoint of adding organic matter to your garden soil. Even though you fertilize your vegetables during the spring and summer, an application of a fertilizer, before sowing the green- manure crop, may be of value. A complete fertilizer, applied at the rate of 15 to 20 pounds per 1,000 square feet, will help promote vigorous growth of the green-manure crop. Upon decomposition of this crop, your vegetables, next year, will make use of the nutrients that you applied this fall. Broadcasting the fertilizer and wo. king it into the top 2 to 3 inches of soil before seeding the i ye or rye grass. Green- manure crops a e one of the effective means oi incorporating organic matter in vegetable garden soils. This is particularly true for town or city gardeners who don't have access to animal manures or other materials that are used on the farm to supply organic matter. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES • WRIGHT Fayette DELSING • WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courleoui Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS H. R. ERION Dealer Phone BUck 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Leech's Motor Service MOTORS REWOUND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Phone 279 146 SOUTH MAIN CHORE BOY SERVICE CENTER Parts and Service For All Makes Of Milkers LIMING SERVICE ANIJ SUPPLY Fayette, Iowa TO ALL OUft FRIENDS AND CUSTOMERS: In appreciation of your patronage — and to make new friends, we have made special arrangements with Kamera Kraft Portrait Studios to be here to photograph YOUR CHILDREN AND ALL OTHER MEMBERS OF YOUR FAMILY. Beautiful 8 x 10 Silvertone Vignette Portrait $4.95 Value . . . Only 78c FULL SET OF PROOFS SHOWN NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY - NO AGE LIMIT Saturday, Aug. 18 — 10 AM to 5 PM WAGNER RADIO 0& T-V — Fayette, Iowa Comments i from our customers Mr. and Mrs. Lee Surfus said, "we have certainly been very satisfied. With, natural gas we do not have to check the fuel supply. It is der pendable in all .weather. We kept our home nice and warm all winter; -We enjoyed the nice even heat. We have added 2 rooms to* our home plus our cooking equipment. In view of the fact we were gone *2 monthfc the previous winter, and this winter Was more severe: we can Way that gas hasn't cost us any more than our previous method c^ting.^ _ ... ' _ Phone 266 — Fayette. Iowa

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