Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 8, 1976 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, March 8, 1976
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Classified Ads Apartment Wonted 66 WANTED: .ROOM or efficiency apt. to rent. Single girl wishes to rent or share apt. while doing hospital internship beginning April 1, 1976. Please forward references and information concerning apt. or room to Box P-1B, Dally Times Herald. 6M2-10tc Forrrti For Sale 67 1 72 Acre CARROLL COUNTY FARM $ 1000 Per acre. Contract sale possible. Contact Bob Greternan GRETEMAN AGENCY ,792-9730 67-45-3.C Uted Cars ft Truck* 71 TO FINANCE your new or used car see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call 792-2555. 71-233-tfc '76 PONTIAC Bonneville 4-dr., h'dtop, full power plus electric seats, power door locks, pad- did roof & all the extras. Just 2,985 miles; Save a ton here! '74 Plymouth Fury III 2-dr., h'dtop, power steering & brakes,.factory..air, padded roof, just 13,000 local one owner miles. Immaculate inside & out. Wittrock Motors. 71-45-tfc 1969 FORD Galaxie h'dtop. Automatic, air & runs fine. $750.00. Glidden Auto Sales. 7M7-ltc 1974 BUICK Estate wagon, full power, vinyl roof, rack, 35,000 miles. 'Gold/white top. McCarville 81 Son Motors. 71-47-ltc 1973 VEGA Hatchback. 1 owner car. 40,000 actual miles. Owner married doesn't need second car. 792-2981. 71-47-2tc Auto Service 75 Complete, Bbdy Work & Painting Foreign & Domestic Cars Plus pickups & trucks WITTROCK MOTORS 75-7.1-Hc FOR FARM tank wagon service call Neppel Oil Co., 792-2419. -> Hwy. 30 W. (across from Hardee's). • 75-41-2tc Read the Want Ads. Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales All types of auctions will be run in this Auction.Calendar FREE if we have the advertising copy of your ad in our office. EVERY SAT. AT 1 P.M.— Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY- 7:30 P.M. Carroll Live- stork Sales. SATURDAY, MARCH 1312 o'clock — 4th Annual Machinery Auction in Wall Lake. Albrecht, Bielenberg & McCrea, Auctioneers. SATURDAY, MARCH IS— 11:00 A.M. Farm Equipment Auction. Avoca Implement Co. Inc. Held at Fairgrounds Avoca, Iowa. Thies, Wendelin & Amador, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MARCH 141 P.M. in Roselle. 3 bedroom house & household goods. Mrs. Frances Sibenaller, Owner. Rupiper, Setiar- fenkamp & McCarville. Auctioneers. TUESDAY, MARCH 161:30. Bare 80 acre farm. 4 miles north of Carroll on 71. Joe M. Wiederhold Estate, Owner. McCarville,. Schar- fenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. SATURDAY, MARCH 20— 1:30 p.m. 2 bedroom home & lot. 121 West Bluff Street; Carroll, Iowa. Kenneth Testroet, Owner. Wieland & Rupiper. Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MARCH 211 o'clock. Household & Antique auction. Joe Kanne Estate. 1 mile north of the Carroll Country Club. Scharfenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MARCH 211 P.M. Dale Dreesen House in Westside. Walt Johnson, Auctioneer. MONDAY, MARCH 22— PUBLIC AUCTION. 1 P.M. Angus Breeders Sale. Lizers Livestock Auction Barn, Cowrie, Iowa. Russell DeWitt, Sales Manager. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24- Lois Rice farm sale. Breda. Albrecht & Bielenberg. auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 11— 1 P.M. - Alfred Dreesen . Estate Farm Sale, Breda. - Walt Johnson & Don Gerken, j Auctioneers. r Junior Editors' Quiz on—— FOOL'S GOLD 3-Part We€kcndcr **•* H«raid, c mn \\, \ a . A Monday, March 8, 1976 V SID^ GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner Printed Pattern 9119 SIZES 10/2-20/2 ••lltMMllHi The Best Vest! OI97ebyNEA.Hc.lM RlQ US I'M OH ' 3-8 "Our latest survey shows that we have a surplus ol employees, but a shortage of workers!" THE BORN LOSER "I get this strange, hollow feeling, J.B.! A branch-office computer left a message for our computer on the phone answer-. ing machine!" by Art Sonsom TRAVEL SMARTLY in a pantsuit designed to keep you looking slim, trim, crisp all dayl Note dress version. Printed Pattern 9119: Half Sizes 10!/ 2 , 12/2, 1414, 16/a, 18/2, 201/2. Size 141/2 (bust 37} top 1% yds. 45-inch fabric; pants 2'/4. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 350 for each pattern for first-class airmail, handling. Send to: Marian Martin Pattern Dept. Carroll Daily Times Herald 232 West IBth St., New York, NY 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. How to get MORE FOR YOUR MONEY? Send now for New Spring-Summer Catalog - save up to $100 on the clothes you sew yourself. Free pattern coupon, too. Send 75? now! Sew + Knit Book J!$1.25 Instant Money Crafts _J 11.00 Instant Fashion Book __M.OO Instant Sewing Book __$1.00 lov\a a place to grow PYRITE o Q O . On Tour Snap up sporty outfits with a trim, shapely, vivid vest. Contrast borders and make- believe pockets accent versatile vest; Crochet of sport yarn in a lacy pattern stitch that's easy to do. Pattern 7297: Sizes 8-18 included. $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35# each pattern for first-class airmail and handling. Send to: Alice Brooks Needlecraft Dept. Carroll Daily Times Herald In 163, Old Chelsea Stt., New York, NY 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. MORE than ever before! 200 designs plus 3 free printed inside NEW 1976 NEEDLECRAFT CATALOG! Has everything. 75tf. Crochet with Squares $1.00 Crochet a Wardrobe $1.00 Nifty Fifty Guilts $1.00 Ripple Crochet _I$1.00 Sew + Knit Book $1.25 Needlepoint Book $1.00 Flower Crochet Book ...41.00 Hairpin Crochet Book _....$!-00 Instant Crochet Book $1.00 Instant Macrame Book —$1.00 Instant Money Book $1.00 Complete Gift Book $1.00 Complete Afghans #14 ...$1.00 12 Prize Afghans #12 __.50< Book of 16 Ouilts #1 50< .Museum Ouilt Book #2 50< --.-15 Quilts for Today #3 . S0< Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs ___SU LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Answer to Previous Puzzle (CtSWHAT? J \ BUGS BUNNY by Stoffel & Heimdohl BOSS, I'D LIKE T/-1ALK T' YA ABOUT MY FUTURE WYTH SCHNJOOGLE PAPER CLIPS, INC.,' LIKE MY FATHER ALWAYS SAID, "WHEN I'M READY TO DISCUSS IT, I'LL LET YOU , KNOW''/, ^N I DON'T I'D DO WITHOUT r-^ YOU, -- QAD PRISCILLA'S POP by Al Vermeer ACROSS 1 Agra's Mahal 4 Lima is Its capital 8 Capri or Man, e.g. 12 Cain's mother (Bib.) 13 European river 14 Australian tree 15 Sea (Fr.) 16 Remorse 18 Feign 20 Command 21 Wrong (prefix) 22 Congers 24 Adam's son (Bib.) 26 River In France 27 Golf teacher 30 Wild donkey " 32 Idolized 34 Verily . 35 Explosive 36 Ve'gas '37 Fixed course 39 Saint Cornwall 40 Famed Leaning Tower's site 41 Extinct bird 42 Fabric 45 Sea 49 In the way 51 Before 52 Goll mounds 53 He loves (Latin) 54 Building addition 55 Epochs 56. Unusual 57 Relative (ab.) . DOWN 1 Temperature (ab.-) . 2 Asseverate 3 Lamentations 4 Leo. Pius. Peter, et al 5 Biblical garden [gi»]IIIl HHHH HElHHIl VS J( JZ ( turwirt^l.^ - h |> "i W L^lZ { ^4-w ^ : ^Wf> Pf/' ^®- ^ ^ CAN I HELP IT IF MY PILLOW SPRUMG- A /& </&<Zfns»Q.*. ^>.a ' II gig u i, I',,, on SHORT RIBS 6 Hand over 7 Swiss canton 6 Roman roads 9 Dispatch , 10 Openwork fabric 11 One who pieces out 17 Spanish city 19 Slight color 23 Growing out 24 Twisl 25'Coin of India 26 Prayer, books 27 Pirate' 28 Anatomical 1'tA SURE THAT CONDUCTING GUIDED TOURS THFJOU3H THE CASTLE WIL.L , MAKE US LOTS OF MONEY. network i?9 Poems 31 Weirder 33 Strong ^vegetable 38 City in Washington 40 Fourth Estate 41 Dull finish 42 Deaden 43 Heavy blow 44 Nollon 46 Gray 47 Man's name 48 Shout 50 Distant IT MIGHT EVEN BALANCE OUR ROVAL BUDGET. by Frank Hill SOME Guys WITH FUNNV- LOOKING HELMETS HAVE BUYING TICKETS . EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider QUESTION: What is fool's gold? * * * ANSWER: The technical name for this mineral ispyrite, which is a compound of iron and sulfur FeS 2 . Pyrite has a pale brass-yellow color streaked with a greenish black. It has a bright metallic lustre and is easily mistaken for gold. Many a gold-prospector was deceived into thinking he had struck it rich only to find on closer appraisal that what he had-actually found was only pyrite or."fool's gold". Real gold can be heated safely but fool's gold will smoke, sizzle and emit a bad odor. Mined .for its "use in making sulfur dioxide and sulfuric acid, pyrite is found in many places and occurs under greatly varied conditions of mineral formation. Important, producers include Spain, Japan, United States. (Tennessee, Virginia, California), Canada, Italy, Norway, Portugal and Czechoslovakia. •} •3-8 (Danny Gillum of Rush, Kentucky, wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook, if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) ALLEY OOP HAT'S A PRETTY RJWWV oar TMAT SPECJAU by Bob Thoves XT'.* OUR JMCW 5TAMP, HONORING THE INCREASE IN PSTA RATE5. •by Dove Graue ALLEY OOP ALL SET, FOLKS? VHP/ S0 LONe.DlNNV.. WE'LL HAFTA TAKE A...TH' MISTS ARE OJOSINS |T SLOW FOR AWHILE,) IN ON US / • HOW FAR HAVE WE COME, ZAK? FARTHER'N vOU'D THINK, OOR.. WE'LL BE GETTING TO eROUND WE CAN WALK ONJ BEFORE LONS.' by Dave Graue WELL.MONA, WHAT DO,YOU) I'LL BE SLAD WHEN WE THIMK OF THIS PLACE? 7<3ET OUT OF IT, MR. OOR. I THINK IT'S CREEPY.'

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