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^r^y, ...... .q^i ^^p. miscellaneous for Sale FOR SALE — 1958 trailer hout« lift, x 33 ft. Two bedroom. Price $I-I5(). Phono 2R313.S9 (X-lwein after fi p. m. 35 4-x FOR SALE — Modern home. Contact Knrl Amies, Fayette. Phone Hid 41. 34-1-x DRAPERIES, Custom made In our own workrooms choose from over 500 lovely fabrics at Thayer's. FOR RENT or SALE T- Business building in Maynard. 29' x 72'. Phone 120 Mnynnrd. II. C. Knpp tneyer. 34-tf FOR SALE OR RENT Vagabond mobile home, 8 x 31 fool. Excellent condition. Plaits' Trailer Court, Oelweln. Phone M3—3986. CARPETS and RUGS dirty? Thayer's carpet care specialists will make them look like new . . sic our demonstration rug in our store. . you won't l>elievc it! FOR SALE — Two bedroom house at 301 Mechanic St. Phone Black 71 or see L. E. Spatcher after 0 p. m. 3G3 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. 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 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, grainery, poultry House. Nice 3 B. R. modern home. Hardwood floor* throughout. Hot water heal 1' J 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. 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 FQR A DEAL QN NEW RAKES Model SO J.D. tractor 1945 A J.D. tractor •Warranty good ONLY on ib» used waaMttMy In our siore , caariaf Hit V*tet CbwdPtV •ticker. DeHAVEN Used Furniture and Appliances At THAYERS in Fayette Refrigerators, $5, $19, $29, $4!). $99, all used, and not too had . . . new Refrigerators, 19G2 Admirals, the '63 models are di:e soon. . . these gotta go. P. D. Q. make any reasonable offer, with or withnvl t ado. . . you don't need cash with Thayer's Gentle Terms. Ranges. Used, Apartment size gas, nice, clenn, $30. apartnu nt si/e, gas n< t as clean. . . same price. . .the idea is to get here first and save the r-hoie of clean ing . . New '02 Admiral 30" ranges. . gotta go hefo.v tin- M.'f models come in . . . Name your price, if it makes good sense, you bought a range. Used Wringer washer, Kenmore, runs good looks good, easily worth $3!). Another semi-auto wringer apartment washer. . used for only $29. New '02 Hamilton Automatic Washer and Dryer (gas) Floor samples. . We'll give you a Minimum of $97. trade for your old washer on these, and more if your machine is extra nice, we want to sell these this week, and so be prepared to buy if you look, or you'll pass the best deal you've ever seen. Used Frigidaire Freezer, chest. 15.7 <u. ft. good cond. $8H, and 2 new Admirals . . . one chest and one upright at discount p. ices to dump these '02 models quick. Used Furniture values at Thayer's include the following items. . Hunk Reds, Raliv (' ibs, Baby carriage (nice) Twin Reds, Full size l>cds, 2 odd ehe'-ts, 1 Hlonde bedroom suite complete and near new. 1 club chair, 1 loin chair, 1 TV chair, 1 Recliner 2 swivel chairs, 2 sofas, 1 living room suite, 1 3pc. sectional, turquoise nylon cover, and foam rubber cushions, this is nice. Occasional tables, and lamps and odds and ends. Used bed springs, hollywtHid frames, ar.d headl>oai'ds. We got it. so come see us at Thayer's home of Gcntlo Terms on new and used furniture in Fayette. Two floors of Values. . New 9 12 Linoleum i ugs $S.1W ea., new patterns to choose from. This wtvkend only, Genuine Sandran Vinyl floor covering $1.39 sq. yd. All of this and Cold Rood Stamps Too. Remember, nt Thayer's wc deliver, we sell, we finan e. we service, we need the mon<#. . . so come in and buy something, because most of all we appreciate your business, and we sure do like to have people come in and just browse around too, and to prove it, on Friday and Saturday of this week if you will come in and just take a look around at alt the new things we have we will give you Free fit) (!old Rood stamps, .but . . (see, there is always a catch). . but you Musi visit our dirty 2nd floor showrooms. . . it's not fancy, but the merchandise is there and we want you to see It. . .so, don't buy a thing, you need no coupon, just ask to see our "Dirty 2nd Floor" and we'll give you 50 stamps free . . at THAYER'S. "THAYER'S "Gentle Terms" CARPET now for fall . . special prices on several discontinued patterns . . save up to $3.45 sq. yd. prices start at $4.39 sq. yd. at Thayer's. STARK'S Fall Liquor Sale, Prairie du Chien. Wis. Beer 0 pack Name brands. 89c 40 proof wine four fifth's. 69c, % gal. $1.65. gal. $2.65, 1000's of bottles of your favorite liquors and cordials at from .50c to $1.00 a bottle off. Business hcurs 9 A. M. to 9 P. M. including Sunday. Free parking in rear of store. 36-3 CUSTOM UPHOLSTERING. Free pick-up and deliveries, terms, choose from a complete selection of new fabrics at Thayer's. FOR SALE — All sizes of fruit jars. Mrs. H. Corkery. Phone Red 211. 36-1-x FOR SALE — Bulk oil. $1 per gal. Bring own container. 5 gal. or more - 75c gal. Plus S & H green stamps. Jerry's D-X. 36-1-x FOR SALE — 2J acres of land in Fayette. Contact Kenny Fink, West Union, Phone 144. FOR SALE — Spring fries, 3 to 4 lbs. $1 alive. Will take orders for 10 or more. Phone Black 147. 36-1-x FOR SALE - Male Labrador pups. Reasonable if taken at once. Boots Montgomery, Monona, Iowa. Phone 203J3. 9-36 FOR RENT FOR RENT - 35 ft. house trailer. Blonde interior. Very Clean. Phone 1901. 35-2 FOR RENT - Garage. Mrs. Frank Davis, 612 King St. 36-1 New cars licensed New cars and trucks registered in the Fayette county treasurers office for the month of August were to: Donald Gardner. Klgin, trailer; Marian Shannon, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Robert Wilbur, West Union, Mercury; Katie Grueta- machcr. Westgate. Chevrolet: James or Geneva Smith, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Glenroy Rundle, Oelwein. Oldmobile; Paul Kinsman, Oelwein. Studebaker; Larry Lamphier or George Crawford, Wadena, Chevrolet; Roland Gruver, West Union, Chevrolet; John Eikenberry. Oelwein Shasta Camper; Raymond Thole, Lamont, Chevrolet; Allen Johnson, Clermont, Davidson MC; Laura Nichols, Oelwein, Falcon; Clarence or Lois Schuchmann, Hawkeye, Chevrolet; Frederick Plaster, Oelwein, Chev- rok*; Gary or Sharon Bricscmeist- er, Fayette, Chevrolet; Howard Crandall, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Orrin Sewell, Maynard, Trailblazer. Neil Kuennen, Waucoma, Ford; Hildor Gilbertson, Elgin, Chevrolet; Marilyn Gross, Oelwein, Volkswagon; Lawrence Fink, Fairbank, Chevrolet; LaVerne Fedeler, Hawkey, International truck; Elon or Mary DeWitte, Arlington, Chevrolet; Calvin or Frances Bissell, Wadena, Chevrolet truck; William or Nora Aubrey, Oelwein, Oldsmobile; Larry or Mary Alber, Fayette, Pontiac; Alfred Knief, Oelwein, E-Z Kamper; Norbert Kuennen, St. Lucas, Chevrolet; Robert Droste, Oelwein, Rambler; Kenneth Smith Oelwein, Rambler; Kenneth Diemer, Sumner, Ford truck; Lloyd or Pearl Ladwig, Sumner, Ford; Charles or Cathryn Wilson, Wadena, Buick; Elmer Thode, Arlington, International truck; Nick Croatt, St. Lucas, miscellaneous Wanted WANTED — Experienced check out girl for grocery store. Write Box AA Fayette Leader. Fayette, Iowa. 36-1 WANTED PIANO STUDENTS Phone White 236 MRS. ROBERT McCORMACK John Fhoa* 111 WANTED — Alteration end sewing. Have your fall clothes altered now. Experienced alteration lady. Can shorten knits and do ail kinds of sewing. Phone white 85. 354 TOP PRICES paid for new crop Timothy and Clover seed. Maynard Co-op. Maynard, Iowa. Phone 31. 32-8 Business Services KINSEL •Blacksmith — Welding Shop Fix lawn mowers, trailer hitches, Have new mower cycles and plow sheers. 603 Washington St., Fayette. 21 -tf ORiBN COLONIAL FURNACES provide'" every requirement for the best in home heating - Comfort, Economy and Convenience. Vandersee 'Plumbing and Heating. New Holland '• Chevrolet; Hiltmi Smith, Oelwein, P'ymouth: Mvk and or jorie McAllister. Oi -'wein, R-mibler; Davton Srovcl, Arlington. 1'i.nlinc: Harold Hcdhmd. ll.wk. v. Chevrolet; William H nnn, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Katherine n- Gilbert Walton, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Holy Name Society, Oelwein, ChevroKt: Russel Larson, Elgin, Mercury; Knrl or Martie Rhine, Oelwein, Cadilac; Kay Lantz, Oelwein, Pacemaker trailer; George Mariner, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Warren Bienfang, Oelwein, Ch< vrolct: Ronald or Rosalie Troy. \V<'st Union, Volkswagon; Shirley Nefzger. Fayette, Valiant; Joann McRride. Oelwein, Ford; Oran or Edith Adams, Fayette, Chevrolet truck; Gilliert or Dorothy Leonard. Oelwein, International truck; Harold Downer, Aurora, Chevrolet; Margaret Holmes, Fayette, Rambler; Wayne or Betty Graham, Lamont. Ford; Lloyd Pleggenkuhle, Sumner, Ford truck; Leonard or Roberta Lorbor, Oran, Ford; Harry or Donna Randall, Fayette. Ford; John Shekleton. Fayette, Oldsmobile; Robert Kerns, Fatrbank, Ford truck; Harold Steege, Maynard. Motorbike. Darwin or Harriet Curtis, Fayette, Ford; Grace or Andrew Gantenbein, Maynard, Ford; Walter Rothlisberger, Elgin, Chevrolet truck: Lyle or Shirley Ronfrow, Oelwein, Corvair; Wordell Chevrolet Co., Oelwein, Chevrolet; Paul or Evelyn Smith, Oelwein, E-Z Kamper; Sabina McGce, Oelwein, Oldsmobile; Carl Jr. Oldenburg, Hawkeye, Buick; Thomas Puff, Oelwein, Mercury; Ralph or Dar- tine Rau, Arlington, Ford; Donald or Jacqueline Nelson, West Union Chevrolet; James or Marian Kelly, Oelwein, Chevrolet; Wilbur Ford Sales, West Union, Ford truck; Arnold Boeding, Waucoma, Chevrolet; James Steege, Westgate, Ford; Chester Cumberland, Fayette, Ford; Arthur Herrling, Wadena, Ford; LeVern Lewig, Waucoma, Ford; Ronette Brunei', Franklin Park, 111., Mercury. Masonic hall Thursday evening, Sept. 6. Mrs. Gladys Buenneke and Mrs. Ralph Pliester will have charge of tlie program when the Ladies Aid society meets at the St. Paul's Lutheran church Thursday afternoon, Sept. 6. On the serving committee will be Mrs. Harold Miehe, Mrs. Arch McComb, and Mrs. Mildred Rueber. In charge of flowers for the month will lie Mrs. Russell Lockard and Mrs. Erwin Schrader. Mrs. Clyde Renfrow will be hostess to the Ladies' Cemetery association meeting in her home Friday afternoon. Sept. 7. Assisting hostesses will be Mrs. Ben Thomas, Dr. B. A. Hall and Mrs. Minn DeBow. The Eve guild of Helping Hand will meet Monday evening, Sept. 10, with Mrs. Marvin Ingels. Mrs. Eugene Sliter will lead the devotional period and Mrs. Carlsen discuss the lesson. Thei Scrabble club will meet with Mrs. Civile Renfrow Monday afternoon, Sept. 10, and again on Monday afternoon, Sept. 24, with Mrs. John Gantenbein. The regular meeting of the American Legion auxiliary will be at the Community hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 11. Mrs. Leo Simpson, Mrs. Elsie Turner, Mrs. Herman Gadow and Mrs. Evelyn Arthur will be the hostesses when the Women's Society of Christian Service meets at the Emmanuel Methodist church Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 12. Mrs. Ralph Gilmer will be the worship leader and Mrs. Ernest Bachman will discuss "What Do You Have in Your Hand?" The Women's Missionary society will meet at St. Paul's Lutheran church Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 18. Mrs. Carol Roquet will entertain the Deborah guild of the Help- Meeting dates set For Maynard groups MAYNARD - The Order or Eatern Star will meet at the CONSTRUCTION HEATING PLUMBING GENE WM. SINGER PH. 247 FAYETTE FRIED CHICKEN SUPPER Served Family Style At The MAYNARD COMMUNITY HALL Maynard, Iowa WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Serving From 5 P. M- Until All Are Served Sponsored By The St. Paul's Lutheran Church — Maynard, Iowa — Visit Our Country Store — Adults — $1.25 Children Under 12 — 75c Grand Opening Center Valley Night Club 8 MILES WEST OF FAYETTE ON HIGHWAY 93 Saturday, Sept. 8 Doors Open at 5 P. ML • DOOR PRIZES Drawing at 9 P. DELICIOUS FOOD SERVED FROM 5 P. M 'TILL MIDNIGHT MR. AND MRS. JOHN BOWERS, Owner. Ing hand at her home In Westgate Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 19. The Rebekah guild will meet the same afternoon with Mrs. Faye Cummings. Both groups will study "God's Love for Us" with Mrs. Andrew Gantenbein and Mrs. Floyd Henninges as the respective leaders. The Ada Reading Circle will hold its first meeting of the club year in the home of Mrs. Henry Buenneke with Mrs. John Thiele : •• program leador. The topic to consider is "Take Time to Know Our Federation". Roll call will be an swered by stating "Why I Am A Clubwoman". Birthdays Mr. nnd Mrs. George Rooth recently celebrated their birthdays in their home at Baglcy. Mrs. Booth was 93 and Mr. Booth was 92. They have lioen married Gfi years. 100 PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY BELLES - WRIGHT faye tie DELSING - WRIGHT Maynard FUNERAL HOMES Prompt. Courleoui Service Phone 199 — Fayette FAYETTE THEATRE Fri. & Sat. Sept- 7 & 8 HERCULES MEETS HIS MATCH In THE THREE STOOGES MEET HERCULES Sun. & Mon. Sept. 9 & 10 LAURENCE HARVEY JANE FONDA in WALK ON THE WILD SIDE • WATKINS PRODUCTS R. R. ERION Dealer Phone Black 142 407 King St. Fayette, 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 General Saw Filing HOWARD POPENHAGEN 501 East State St. Fayette, Iowa SOFf WATER If you know anything at all about the comforts and economies of soft water, you'll figure that 35c a month is impossibly low. So let us explain. When you rent a water softener, you expedt to pay a monthly service charge. And, like anything that you rent, the ' payments go on, and on, and on, and on. They never end. Actually, you are paying for a water softener, but you'll never get it. We think you'll agree that it makes good sense to own a water softening appliance just like you own all your other appliances. Provided, of course, it's a high quality product that operates so automatically you never have to touch it. And provided it is reasonably priced and will last as long or longer than your other appliances. Meadowbrook is just such an appliance. If you'd like to finance it on FHA, your monthly payments will be about the same as you're used to paying for soft water . . . until it's paid for, and then you own it. When that happens, your average monthly cost for soft water will be about 35c for salt. 66666 66666 66666 Meadowbrook •WATCR sopxe-wep. 44444 ' 44444 FREE 5,000 Gold Bond Stamps i v To the first 10 (ten) people to call .our store, Ph. 287, and ask for a no obligation water test In your home. MR. WES BARRE, THAYER'S WATER CONDITIONER SPECIALIST, will personally make your water'anatysls. 11 I I till Furniture — Appliances ~ Carpete — Draperies FAYETTE f , PH . 2 87 Louis Clark of Nevada recently celebrated his 100th birthday. He was the father of six children and he has 19 g andrhiid en 26 great grandchild en and 22 g Tat great grandchildren.