Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on August 30, 1962 · Page 6
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August 30, 1962

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 6

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Miscellaneous for Sale OUR BEST BOOSTERS ARE owners of Orei-n Colonial furnaces. Kind out how easy it is to own the host! Vanderste Plumbing and Heating. POR SALE — uied electric K«n- mme 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 Refrigerators taxes. Contact Ronald Kocher or CR-310 . . call 2511. 32 4 Reg. 220. ... Final Close-Out of 1962 Admiral Appliances AT THAYER'S FOR RENT FOR RENT - 35 ft. house trailer. Blonde interior. Very Clean. Phone 1901. 35-2 FOR RENT or SALE — Business building in Maynnrd. 20' x 72'. Phone 120 Maynard. II. C. Kappmeyer. 34 tf FOR SALE - 25 Good Quality Hereford cows with calves, $225 a pair. Ceo. Stever, Phone 4723-124, Fairfield, la. 34-2-x TR-413 9 ft. Refrigerator Now $163. w.w.t. 13 ft. Refer-Frir. miscellaneous Wanted Reg. $359.95 Now $258. w. w. t. i^^s^^^ 1 UR-215 . Reg. 449.95. 15J Refer-Frzr. . ..Now$296 w. w. t. FOR SALE lift, x 33 rt. ?l-l. r »0. Phone fi p. m. - 1958 trailer house Two bedroom. Price 2831339 Oelwein after 35 4 x BARGAINS on New and Used tires. From $2 on up, plus S & H green stamps. Jerry's D-X. 35-1-x FOR SALE — Modern home. Con- tart Earl Annes, Fayette. Phone Ited 41. 34-1-x HF-418 18 ft. Chest Fr*r. Reg. $339.95. Now $237. UF-416 16 ft. upright Frzr. Reg. $329.95 Now $232 FR-53 Elec. Reg. $209.95. Range 30 Inch .Now $198. w. w. HAMILTON 1962 Close-out of all Hamilton Laundry equipment . . . 63T12 Auto. Washer Reg. $289.95 Now $198. w. w. TOP PRICES paid for new crop Timothy and Clover seed. Maynard Co op. Mnynnrd, Iowa. Phone 31. 32-8 WANTED — Alteration and sewing. Have your fall clothes altered now. Kxpe 'ietK 'ed alteration lady. Can shorten knits and do all kind.-; of sewing. Phone white a r i. 35-4 FOR lGlt. SALE House. Call White 333 Reg. 63M11 Gas Dryer $259.95. Now $208 Try An Ad In The Leader REAL ESTATE EXCELLENT 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. 2 BD. RM. Excellent cond. throughout. New gas furn. New hot water heater. Dbl. garage. 2 lots. You will like it. 9 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 - 1J 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 TRAILER HOUSE SPACE Need homes and apartments for rent. FARMS 70 ACRES — Edge of Fayette 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- i Baths, Beautiful location. Total price $15,000. Can buy on contract. LET US KNOW Contact VICTOR E. DAHL Phone 185 Fayette, la. SUMNER REALTY CO. Sorry No Gold Bond Stamps on these Items. Our customary gentle Terms on all purchases, and Free delivery. Thayer's Ph. 287 Fayette Used Furniture And Appliances G. E. Refer, nice, like new guarenteed terms $99. KINSEL Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches. Have new mower cycles and plow sheers. 003 Washington St., Fayette. 21 tf SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS Wig-snatching :my Become popular The wig is ha'I: in sf'''' •'>'"' " judging from new. P !>•'' 11 P" 1 '• • from Chicago and Hollywood so is wig-snntching. But if history i:; any teacher, the worst is yet to come. The Egyptians were among the first to use wig';, but World Hook Encyclopedia points out that they had nn excuse or sovts wijis pro tected them from the heat of the sun. When the style came back in the 1600's it was strictly for vanity's sake, and the repercussions were felt by innocent bnlx'.s and national treasuries. From, the moment Louis XIV became bald, the wig was the thing in Paris, and the style quickly jumped the Channel into England. The English, eager for a diversion after the gloomy rule of the Crom- wolls, took up wigs with a passion. Wig-snatching might have been expected. But soon children were be ing forbidden to go out-of-doors alone, lest some enterprising thief snip off their locks. Fortunately for French children, their elders preferred horsechair. And they imported so much i7 it from Germany that it threatened the country's gold reserves. Col bert, the minister of finance, pie aded in vain for a law to prohibit wig-making. Wigs finally fell with the Bastille, and after the Revolution anyone appearing on the street in a wig was likely to lose it, as well as his head, because of its aristocratic connotation. French hairdressers, of course, were ruined, but the National Assembly decided the new liberty made them part of of the fraternity and voted them 22 million francs in compensation. England, disgusted by the Revolution's excesses, kept its powdered wig on. That is, until the government needed money to fight the wigless French. The fashionable Englishman might remain unperturbed as he powered his wig with flour that would otherwise have been made into bread for the poor. But when the government slapped a tax on hair powder, a principle was at stake. Millions for wigs, perhaps, but not one cent for a tax., and the wig went the way of all fads. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WUIGHT Fayeil* DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt, Courteous Service Phone 199 — Fayette WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayelle. Iowa Leech's Motor Service MOTORS REWOUND ELECTRICAL REPAIRS Phone 279 146 SOUTH MAIN FAYETTE SAND & GRAVEL CO TRUCKING Sand — Gravel — Rock Fill Sand - Black Dirt Phone White 86 — Fayette Hal Plymouth Refr., very nice terms, delivery $49. RICHARDS INSURANCE AGENCY Lenord Refr. not too bad terms delivery $39. not Stewart too hot. Warner Refer. .$29. Frlgldalre Refer, old but nice $29. Kenmore Deluxe, nice .. Elec. Range -$40 Used Apt. Wringer Washer $35 Used Speed Queen washer very good _ - $59. Used Bunk Beds, steel $15 Used Sofa $15. Used Sofa & Chair $25 Used Recllner $35. Floor Sample Sofa & Chair Save $70. terms Used Baby Bed $25. complete GEORGE S. RICHARDS 307 W. WATER STREET FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 288 Floor PH. 287 Sample Bedroom $167. TERMS THAYER'S Suite Fayette Jolly Juniors meet The regular meeting of the Smithfield Jolly Juniors- met at the home of Barbara Vandersee for achievement day. Projects, were judged by Mrs. Alvin Gustafson. Roll call was answered by telling "what I have done to make my home safer.". Nancy Reed and Karol Turner gave a demonstration on making lined draps that will be given demonstration day. All girls who received a green ribbon will exhibit their projects at the fair. The girls received the following ratings: Diane Kuhens, five green; Nancy Reed, three green, four blue, one red; Barbar Vandersee, two green, three blue, one red; Vicki Recker, four green; Karol Turner, six green, two blue; Mary Ann Cole six green; one blue; Bonnie Kauffman, one green; Anita Kauffman, one green, one blue; Elizabeth Kauffman, one red; and Karen Kauffman two blue. The next meeting will be held at the home of Vicki Recker, Sept. 10, at 7:30. Election of officers will be held and the record will be turned in. Anyone wishing to join Is cordially invited Used Machinery J. D. 60 tractor 2001.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 wm^WO with pick tog more, on the average, than the up and scour kleen e 7 ft New Holland tractor mower ; , • /( : New Idea P.T .6. spreader SEE APPEAL ON Model 50 J.D. tractor w George Richards announces the acquisition of the Fayette Insurance Agency, the Earl Schneider Insurance Agency and the Edwin Benz Insurance Agency and the formation of the Richards Insurance Agency doing business at 307 W. Water (1st door west of Maple Motel)Beginning September '1st, 1962, George Richards will service all policies of the former agencies. He will be looking forward to meeting all of the policy holders. If at any time he may be of service to the people of this area in insurance matters contact him by phone at 288 or by stopping by at the office in his home at 307 W. Water. The Richards Insurance Agency will be representing a wide variety of companies to serve you better in the .writing of FIRE, AUTO, INLAND MARINE, ACCIDENT & HEALTH, GENERAL LIA- BIL1TY, WORKMANS COMPENSATION, ALL FARM INSURANCE, COMMERCIAL LINES, DWELLING AND HOMEOWNERS RISKS Drugs costing more Than veterinarian fees Drugs farmers used to treat dairy cattle for disease were cost- fees they paid veterinarians, according to results of a feeding and management survey of 44 dairy herds In northeast Iowa. Extension Veterarian John B. Herrick of Iowa State University says this difference is the clue to show where dairymen can save money. Too many Iowa farmers are "trying out" various medicines instead of following professional, veterinary advice on consistent dis- -.ease control. * *> He says, this is not a sug '(or calling, the veterinarian suggestion that*' a djaease-prfl ajQ^you wil| be abfc „«with less me iterinarian cajls-and^ and, live " ket, £k , - « " • After 10 years in the insurance business here in Fayette I am announcing my retirement by selling my Insurance Agency to George Richards. I am confident that George will serve all of you with great interest With his wide variety of . companies he will be able to • m give you the best coverage a- vajUable. Do not hesitate to call on him * tot service and consultation. I wish to thank all of you for your ; l Daisy Schneider ' We of - the Fayette Insurance Agency are proud and pleased to announce the transfer of our insurance business to George . Richards. We feel that his experience in ' \ adjusting and in preparation for qualify> ing examinations" has given him background in our agency system which will enable him to be of valuable service to the policy holders, of the companies we form• • erly represented- All liabilities ano! responsibilities involving policy holders of our companies will be assumed by Mr. Rich, ards on September 1st next However, we plan to assist him in the orderly transfer " H „ ,of the business and help on claims and applications pending. , , i i W\ with to cordially and sincerely: thank . all of you policy holders who Mvepabtm- •' ^tied us during the last eight years. We • highly recommend George Richards'per- {• . tonally and professionally, and;hope ^hat ypuj i kind patron*^;,. continue throughouj: the .years with the.Richards 1 H 'The Fayeite Insurance Agency This is to announce that I have turned over my insurance business to George Richards of Fayette, Iowa- I will however be working with George for sometime. I know he will serve you to the best of his ability. He is looking forward to meeting all policy holders as soon as possible- In the mean time any questions you may have, just contact him in Fayette. It has been a pleasure doing business with you over the past years* k ,... . • J J.' 1 in ' , Edwin Benz

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