Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 23, 1962 · Page 4
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August 23, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALE — 2 completely modem homes in F«yette. Terms nvallable. Kor details call United Const. Co. Fayette. 314 FOR SALE — used 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 gnrage. Inside city limits. Low taxes. Contact Ronald Kocher or call 2511. 32 4 FOR SALE — Sweet Corn and Tomatoes. Also potatoes by pound or bushel. Bring own container. Ada Larson, Phone White 63. 34-1 FOR SALE — Apt. size Tappan range. 7' Coldspot refrigerator. Both in very good condition. Phone 2fl03. Floyd Manson. 34 1 x FOR SALE — 25 Good Quality Hereford cows with calves, $22!) a pair. Geo. Stever, Phone 4723424, Fairfield, la. 34 2 x FOR SALE — Male Labrador pups. Reasonable if taken at once. Boots Montgomery. Monona, Iowa, Phone 203J3. 341 .—_________ FOR SALE — Modern home. Contact Earl Annes, Fayette. Phone Red 41. 34 l-x Try An Ad In The Leader REAL ESTATE EXCELLBNT BUYS 3 BEDROOM — All modern new gas furnace, new paint job • 1 block from Bank. Buy on contract, 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. AH 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 hair. New. kitchen, Built In cupboards, with new wall oven and counter top gas unit with hood. Close to college. $5,000. FOR RENT TRAILER HOUSE SPACE Need homes and apartments for rent. FARMS 70 ACRES — Edge or Fayette on Black top, workland, pasture and timber. Barn, two corn cribs, grainery, poultry House. Nice 3 B. R. modern home. Hardwood floors throughout. Hot water heat 1- i Baths, Beautiful location. Total price $15,000. Can buy on contract. LET US KNOW Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 195 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. "SINGER SEWING MACHINE In attractive modern console cabinet. Button holes, zig-zags, monog rams. May be seen loct!ly. Eight payments of $6.75, or cash discount. Write: Credit Manager, Domestic Credit, 1)24 Arcade St., St. Paul G, Minn. No Dealers please." 33-2-x FOR SALE 168. House. Call White 33 3 FOR RENT FOR RENT or SALE — Business building in Maynard. 29' x 72'. Phone 120 Maynard. H. C. Knpp meyer. 34 tf FOR RENT — Nice room for two college boys. Mrs. Ross Hough, 504 King St. 34-1-x FOR RENT — 2 Bedroom apartment. Furnish J of (ins Heat. W. , _ Uox p|, ont . m« L. Lnngerman. White 80. 34 1 FOR RENT — 35 ft. House Trailer. Phone 1901, Fayette. 33 2 miscellaneous Wanted TOP PRICES paid for new crop Timothy and Clover, seed. Maynard Co np. Maynard, Iowa. Phone 31. 32-8 WILL BABY SIT In my home. By the week. Mrs. Bud Hulbert. 301 K. Water St. 33-2-x MIDWEST HOME OWNERS PREFER Green Colonial furnaces because they are economical, last longer, are tailored to fit. Convenient payment. 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. C03 Washington St., Fayette. 21-tf RnnouncEoiEiiTs OWN YOUR OWN BUSINESS Get paid weekly, healthful work. Liberal terms to right man in choice territory as sales representative for Wisconsin's Greatest Nursery, established over 55 years No delivering or collecting. Liberal guarantee. Nurseries of over "650 acres at Waterloo, Wisconsin. Write McKay. Nursery 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 JD. tractor with starter and hydraulic lift Case 6A combine with pick up and scour kleen 7 ft. New Holland tractor mower New Idea PJ.Q. spreader SEE US FOR A PEAL ON * gEW RAKES 1945 A J.D. tractor ' EARL SCHNEIDER INSURANCE AGENCY Is A Regular INSURANCE SUPER MARKET Where You Get The BEST DEALS ON INSURANCE And You Get SERVICE, TOO! Company, Madison, Wisconsin. 33-3 Harlan girls select Items for exlijb't MAYNARD - On Saturday, Aug. 11, the Harlan N. It. G. girls' 4 11 club In Id its achievement Day at the Community hall. The exhibits of work (lone during the year in the Home Furnishing studies were judged by Mrs. Harold Boulton, Fayette, and Mrs. Harry Feller, F.lgin, and were opened to the public at 1 p. m. Items selected for exhibiting at the county fair in the junior division were: a picture and a storage article by Cnrlecn Ruebcr and Irene Henniges: a painted or enameled item mnl a n .turnl wood item by Irene Henniges and Mary Lou Martin; a fabric article by Hebecca Tiuesdell. In the intermediate division: pictures - Mai'cia Gamier; accessories - Marcia Gamier and Joyce Arthur; painted or enameled item Joyce A. thur and Carol Roete; natural wood - Joyce Arthur and Marcia Gamier; covered item - Anna Kay Fittkither. Senior division: pictures - Cheryl Hodley, Karen Fish; accessories Sharon Harrington, Judy Simpson; painted or enameled item Sharon and JoAnn Harrington; natural wood - Cheryl Bodley and Sharon Harrington; item from fabrics - Ann Gilmer and Judy Simpson: covered item - Cheryl Bodley; furniture grouping - JoAnn Harrington. Eleven members and five guests were present at the business meeting and the program which was made up by a piano solo, "Shen- ondoah" by Sharon Harrington; the song, "Dreaming" by six girls; and a talk on the recent State 4-11 Conference at Ames by Ann Gilmer. Lunch was served by the officers. Civil cases filed Civil cases filed recently in the Fayette County clerk of courts office were: Rosalee Conrade vs. Roy Conrade, divorce; Sumner Grain and Feed, Ind., vs. Mason Myers, account, $177.55, interest and costs; State Savings Bank vs. Louis and Isabell Kettwig, reple­ vin; Clair J. Kalb vs. Merville and Delia Caldwell, damages, $399.34, interest and cost; Howard Landis vs. Harry and Nora Winger, account, $225.60 interest and cost; Norma Jean Sharff vs. Herman William Sharff, divorce; Smith Oil Corp., vs. Lee Anderson, account, $168.90, interest and cost. Michael Joseph Hennessey vs. Iowa Department of Public Safety and Carl H. Pesch, Commissioner of the Iowa Department of Public Safety, appeal. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT Fayette DELSIN.G . WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 —* Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, Iowa Leech's Motor Service MOTORS REWOUND• ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Phone 279 144 SOUTH MAIN Mr. and Mrs. John Clark Patton, of Hampton, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Rosetta Mae, to Mr. Albert Andre Marfln III, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Martin Jr., of Fayette. Miss Patton attended U. I. U. and Is presently employed at the Fayette County Hospital Home. Her fiance is a driver on the United Stated Mail truck between West Union and Cedar Rapids. The wedding will be Sept. 9, In the First Christian church In Hampton. Kuhens reunion held The 11th annual Kuhens reunion was held Sunday, August 19, at the Fayette park with 73 in attendance. Roscoe Cousins, vice-president, conducted the business meeting in the absence of Donald Orr, President. Minutes of last years meeting, and a letter from Mrs. Olive Peterson, Byron, Ohio, was read by the secretary, Mrs. Eugene Slitrr. Hie historians report was given by Mrs. Muril Glow. Ben Kuhens, Fayette, was the oldest person present and Lisa Lewis, daughter of the Michael Lewis' the youngest. Mr and Mrs. Michael Lewis, Kansas City, Kansas were from the greatest distil nee. Two deaths were reported, one marriage and three births. Officers named for the coming year were: President, Mrs. Evelyn Knrliv. vice-president, Mrs. LaVern Schneider; secretary-treasurer, Carl Kuhens; and historian, Mrs. John Kuhens. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Michael Lewis, family, Kansas City, Kansas; Mr. and Mrs. Norton Braudt and Sharon, Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Peterman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Larson and family, Cedar Falls; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Schneider and son, Mr and Mrs. LeRoy McElrce, Waterloo; Mr. and Ml*s. Merril Glew and family, Maynard; Mr. and Mrs. John Kuhens, Mr. and Mrs. Evelyn Earle and Larry, Glen Hass, Randalia; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kuhens, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Elwood Kuhens and family, Mr. and Mis. Paul Kuhens, Mrs. D. C. Kuhens, Lyle Kuhens and Eileen, and Galen Kuhens and family who leaves Sept. 6 for six years os a mission­ ary in New Guinea, all of Wadena; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kuhens, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clendenen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kuhens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe Cousins, Ben Kuhens, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sliter and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Larr.|)hier and girls all of Fayette; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Downing and family, Fredericksburg. LOCALS — Mr. and Mrs. Allien Pratt and family, of Waterloo, were Sunday guests in the M. K. Reese home and attended a fjimily pirnir\ — • Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Billings and son, of Kansas City, are visiting in the parental E. A. Billings home. They all attended the wedding on Saturday afternoon of Jean Probent and Albert Faust, in the Methodist church, in Waukon. CONSTRUCTION HEATING PLUMBING GENE WM. SINGER PH. 247 FAYETTE MAYTAG •** SKELGAS WE ARE YOUR ... DEPENDABLE LENNOX DEALER CALL US FOR FREE ESTIMATE ON FURNACES Come In And See Our EARLY AMERICAN MAPLE KITCHEN BY YOUNGSTOWN HARPER PLUMBING AND HEATING Phone ^77 Fayette SCHOOL ill BEGINS HERE EXAM TIME FOR WARDROBES If You Want To Look Like Someone Worth Knowing, You Had Better Get Those School Clothes Looking Sharp. UNIVERSITY CLEANERS PHONE 152 Free Pickup AND DELIVERY FAYETTE, IOWA late a look at this List. . . . and see how many ways we can meet your needs for banking service: Checking Accounts {regular and special). Savings Accounts, Banking-by- Mail, Personal Loans, Business Loans, Overseas Money Transfers, Trust Services, Financial Counsel, Safe Deposit facilities. Maynard Savings Bank Fast, Courteous, Confidential Service Member Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Comments our customers _ ' - , £*J_V__il__* ___£_fe~ Otto and Margaret Finger own and operate "Ott's Drive Inn" in Fayette.'; They' like the dependability and econojmy of natural gas for heating and cooking. They have no worry of running out of fuel. They Have ho tank storage problem. They dd cooking, baking, deep­ 's t •• :•: . Y frying, and heating at Ott> Drive Inn and their home exclusively with natural gas. ,..>•' - .

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