Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 5, 1976 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 5, 1976
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There's Gold In Your Attic! Help Wanted 23 HELP WANTED: Air Conditioning and Heating Installer — Experienced in residential sheet metal work. Clean family person interested in year around work. Top wages, paid holidays, vacation and sick leave. Insurance covering life, wages, and medical. Send complete resume to Clark- Peterson Company. Inc.. 2318 University. Des Moines. Iowa 50311'-515-255-3111. 23-66-3tc MECHANICS Young men needed for jobs In the mechanical field. No experience needed. Will train, furnish room and board, medical and dental care, 30 days paid vacation. Good advancement opportunities. For appoint ment, call collect: 712-263-3343. 23-67-lie TOP SALES JOB Long established tool and bolt company needs direct- to-farm salesperson. Excellent territories open in Iowa. High commissions plus fringe benefits. Call toll free Monday thru Friday — 8 to4:30 Ph.: 1-800-533-0375 23-67-1tc HELP WANTED - Laborers to start immediately. Permanent. Rotert Construction Co., Halbur, Iowa. Phone 658-2313. 23-67-5tc Manager Self-Service Service Station Male or female 30 years or older — Experience not necessary—will train Please apply In person Mars Station High way 30 West 23-67-Stc BOOKKEEPER. EXPERIENCE required. Typing preferred. 40 hour week. Call 792-1495. 23-63-5tc Situation Wanted 24 GARDEN TILLING, reasonable. Call Lowell Johnson. 792-4192 after 7 p.m. 24-67-10tp WILL DO custom garden tilling. 792-1159. 24-67-5tc SHINGLING, CEMENT & odd carpenter jobs. 792-1355 or 792-9041. 24-58-20tp WANTED: ODD jobs — any size, shape or color. 792-1172. 24-64-5tp WILL SEW prom dresses & other sewing. 792-4439. 24-66-3tp WANTED: FARMHAND job. Call after 6 p.m 659-3716. 24-65-3tp Form Equipment' 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection .available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 29-131-tfc FOR SALE 1 used 4 section harrow cart& harrows 2 used 6 section harrow cart & harrows 1 new Noble 6 section cart& harrows Close-out on 24' Noble CultimaticS. 20' Noble Land Grabber Halbur Impelemnt Halbur, Iowa 29-67-3IC Livestock For Sale 41 LARGE GENTLE well trained ) horse. Would make good 4-H I horse. $400.00 Firm. 792-1065.' 41-63-5tp DUROC BOARS & polled Hereford bulls. Hockett & Son, Manning. 653-0314. 41-51-30tp : or Sale 55 USED FURNITURE Green, gold & rust occasional chair .$60 Brown, vinyl bar stool ... .$25 Kitchen table/4 chairs ... .$45 Kitchen table/4 chairs ... .$35 Green & rust floral sofa.. .$75 Occasional table $20 Green vinyl recliner $40 Green occasional chair . .$35 Green vinyl recliner $50 Green Mr. & Mrs. occasional chairs plus ottoman ..$120 Beige vinyl recliner $60 Green floral swivel rocker .;..„... _J55 TOWN & COUNTRY HOME FURNISHINGS 792-2680 MM HC louses For Rent '/2 PRICE GARA.GE SALE Tuesday, April 6 9 A.M. to 5 P.M. 113 East 9th St. Table, chairs, washer, dryer, slave 8. lots of misc. 55-67-lie COMPANY COMING - carpets a fright? Get Blue Lustre and make them bright. Rent elec- . trie shampooer. Coast-to- Coast. 55-67-ltc 20" BOY'S three speed Stingray bicycle. Call 792-9445 after 3:30 p.m. 55-67-ap A. C. GARDEN tractor, 12 h.p. electric starter hydrostatic drive — some attachments. 792-4566. 55-67-ltp KASCO The high protein professional formula dog food Kasco Chunks 27% Protein 50-Lb. Bag $9.00 Sportmix21% Protein 50-Lb'. Bag *7.25 Phone 792-3071 Carroll 243 REMINGTON 760 rifle with scope, sling, trigger shoe. 2 clips & 50 rounds of brass. Brand new. Call after 6 p.m. 659-3716. 55-65-3tp TO FINANCE the appliance of your choice see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call, 792-2555. 55-223-tfc Mobile Homes 56 FOR SALE OR RENT 1971 Schultz Mobile Home 12x65' with 4x8' living room extension. New . living room carpet, air conditioned. Bought house, must sell. '792-4186 before 3 p.m. 56-63-6IC For Rent 57 2 BEDROOM mobile home. Close to downtown. 792-2580 or 792-1334. . 57-67-3tc Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 5, 1976 Motorcycles 64 Wanted To Rent 58 WANTED: HAY ground. Victor or Dave Wendl 683-2156. 683-2157. 58-66-4tp WANTED: HOUSE in country Carroll area. 792-4772. • : 58-63-5tp GARAGE. 792-4597. 58-65-3tc WANTED: FARM house with buildings. Call after 6 p.m. 659-3716. 58-65-3tp For Rent or Sale 59 1972 REBEL mobile home. 2 Bedroom, stove, refrigerator & central air conditioning included. 12x60. Available April 15. 792-9057. 59-54-tfc HAMP BOARS. Don Wallace, Churdan. 685-3793. 41-60-10tc Room For Rent Wanted To Buy 53 WANTED — PAIR of 18.4 C'38 duals. 658-2217. 53-67-2tc WANTED: USED 3V4 h.p. garden tiller. 792-4905. 53-67-3tc WANTED: USED baby stroller in good condition. 792-3573 from 8 to 5, after 5 p.m. 663-4530. . 53-67-ltp For Sale 55 BASEMENT SALE Wednesday, April 7 8:30to4:00 728 N. West St. (No advance sales) Includes 40 plaster casting molds, painted and unpalnted articles. Numerous spring and summer clothing for tots thru teens. Some clothing and decorations suitable for Easter. Beds, dinettes and library table along with other household misc. . ' 55-67-ltc SPEED QUEEN, electric dryer. Gambles. SS-63-tfc MAYTAG WRINGER washer. Gambles. 55-63-tfc ALLEY OOP 60 CARPETED. CLOSE-IN. 792-2626. 60-66-3tp. ROOM FOR rent — kitchen privileges. 792-1311. 60-67-tfc Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell - homes - acreages — farms. Comes Real Estate. 792-4295 or 792-1679. 63-131-tfc GNAM REALTY serves Carroll residents and newcomers. Phone 792-3815. 63-131-tfc 3 BEDROOM HOME Featuring living room, dining room, garage. Well located near school and downtown. Only $14,500. . (155) Wilson Real Estate 792-3974 After 5 p.m. 792-2565 or 792-9605. 63-67-ltc 3 BEDROOM house — 2 baths — central air. Call after 5 p.m. 792-9473. 63-67-5tc PUDENZ REAL Estate Residential-Commercial-Farms. 217 W. 4th 792-1440 Erv Pudenz 792-9927, Gary Kunecke 792-3239. 63-63-tfc You haven't begun to read today's paper until you have read every ad on this page. VOU SAY THOSE GUVS GOT/ THAT'S MONA? 1 RIGHT. WELL? WHICH WAV DIP THEY <3O?. ChVON, WE / WE GOTTA SET. ( CAN'T, AFTER'EM/ V OOP/. TO FINANCE the home of your choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Car- roH. 64-130-tfc SMALL FURNISHED newly redecorated house. $90 — $25 deposit. 792-3910 or write P.O. Box 245. 64-67-3tc Apartment For Rent 65 LARGE 2 bedroom deluxe apartment. Air conditioned. Fireplace. 2 baths. Stove, refrigerator & garbage disposal. Garage available. 792-4318. Ask for Bill Stickrod. after 6 p.m. 792-2780. 65-66-5tc FOR FARM tank wagon service call Neppel Oil Co.. 792-2419. Hwy. 30 W. (across from Hardee's). 75-41-2tc 2 BEDROOM unfurnished apartment ... air conditioned. Stove, garbage disposal & refrigerator. 792-4318. ask for Bill Stickrod. after 6 p.m. 792-2780. 65-66-5tc NOW TAKING rental applications — beautiful new Riverview Apts., 1 & 2 bedrooms, ideal for retired, most utilities furnished. Adults, no pets. 792-9346. 65-67-tfc Misc. Real Estate 70 TO BUY or sell homes, farms, acreages, whatever. Call Wilson Real Estate 792-3974. After 5 p.m. 792-9605. 792-1189. 792-1161 or 792-2565.' 70-51-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 71 BUICK Rivieria GS - disk brakes, tilt wheel, power windows & seat, radials, 57,000 mi. Mint condition. 792-3424 after 5:30 p.m. 71-67-5tc 1975 CHEVY ',i ton pickup. Power steering and brakes. 14.000 miles. 792-4658. 71-67-2tp 1974 PONTIAC Catalina h'dtop — Blue with white top & interior. Low miles. $3295.00. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-67-ltc 1972 SCOUT 4 wheel drive snow plow. 36.000 miles. McCarville & Son Motors. 71-67-ltc '74 CHRYSLER New Yorker Brougham 4-dr. h'dtop. full power plus factory air. 50/50 divided seats, speed control, tilt wheel plus many other extras'— local 1 owner with low miles. '70 Ford Galaxie 500 4-dr. V-8. automatic, power steering, factory air. plenty of dependable service left here. Wittrock Motors. 71-63-tfc 1950 DODGE. Good condition. Inspected. Antique collectors item. 792-4889. 71-63-5tc TO FINANCE your new or used car see Personal Lenders. Thomas Plaza. Carroll. Call •792-2555. . , ... . .7,L-233-,tfc 1975 BUICK Century. Must selli!! 792-4439. 71-66-5tp Motorcycles 73 FOR SALE: 792-3007. 250 Suzuko. 73-66-3tp 73 1974 KAWASKI 250. Excellent condition. Low mileage 792-4772. 73-66-2tc Legal Publication 1972 YAMAHA Enduro. Excellent condition. 792-4658 73-67-2tp FOR SALE: 1975 Kawasaki Zl. headers & stock muffler, king- queen seat & stock seat. Fering roll bars, hwy. pegs, sissy bar. Mint condition. 792-3424 after 5:30 p.m. 73-67-Stc Auto Service 75 Here/There Calendar ot 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- 7:00 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. SUNDAY, APRIL 11— 1 P.M. — Alfred Dreesen Estate Farm Sale, Breda. Walt Johnson & Don Gerken, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 11— 1 P.M. Albert Eischeid - 526 East Bluff St. House, lot. car & household goods. McCarville, Rupiper & Schar- fenkamp, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, APRIL 20200 acres of land, farm machinery & miscellaneous. 5 miles north of Fontanelle on blacktop and 1 mile east. Gary Main, Owner. Speck Fay. Auctioneer. SATURDAY, APRIL 24— 1 P.M. Household & Antique Sale. Glidden. Earl VanScoy. Owner. McCarville. Rupiper & Scharfenkamp. Auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 25- At 1 P.M. in Westside. 2 houses. Rosa Vetter Estate Sale. Walt Johnson, Auctioneer. SUNDAY, APRIL 25— Furniture Auction. Mildred Horn, Owner. Ralston. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper. Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MAY 2- Florence Morgan Furniture Auction at 321 N. Main, Carroll. McCarville, Rupiper & Scharfenkamp, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MAY 2— ,., tj 1;00 ;|. House in-Breda. Louie ( Wittry. Owner. Walt Johnson & Don Gerken. Auctioneers. , LET THE DAILY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Answer to Previous Puzzle NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS TO: Stockholders of Arcadia Cem- tery Association, Arcadia, Iowa Ely Acgncw, J.C. and J.S. Aegnew, P.A. Ahrens, Allen, Wllhelm Andersen, Wm. C. Andersen, Andrew Andresen, Claus Aschinger, John Arp, Frederich Brockman, John H. Babcock, Wm. Barfrede, Theodore Bebensee — Elkton, S.D., Wm. Bell- vail, Henry Benke, Fred Bergsicker, Herman Behneman, Frank Blair, Bernard Bloemen, Carl Bock, Fritz Bock, William Bohllng, Nell Boyson, Christ Brockman, Adolph Bruggeman, Wm. Bruggeman — Carroll, Neb., Pauline Bruening, Julius Bruenler — Manning, Iowa, John Bondlsch, John Buck, John Chapman, Peter Clausen, Wm. Derseen Jr. — Charter Oak, Iowa, Peter Dose, Wm. Dose, F.L. Douglas, F. and Boehr Eberllng, Henry Ewoldt, Lorenz Eicke, Oetlef Erp, Henry Evers Sr., H. Flnner, Henry Frank John Flink, Wm. Folken, Wm. and Martin Frank, Fritz Genzel, Wilhelm Hahn, Frank Happe, A.C. Hardln, Frank Hoffard, Carl Hlnz, Adolph Hlnz Sr., Phil Hlnz, F. Holeldl — Gretner, Neb., Cecelia Hans Hoist, Detlef Hagge Sr., Adolph Hoehl, L. Hussinga — Carnarvon, Iowa. Jurgen H. Hussmann, Rev. Herman, Wm. Hoogestraat — Lennox, S.D., Paul Jurgens, Gerkin Jansen, Charles Jentsch, John Jans, Henry Jones, Henry Jessen, Claus Kaspersen, Henry Kaspersen, G. John Kelly, Wm. Kock, Franz Koepke — Chicago, III., August Konlg, Jochim Korth, August Kracht, Harm Kriens, August Kusel, John Kock, Jacob Lockner, Henry Lohafcr, Johim Lohann, Carsten Linde, Jacob Luchau, Christ Lehmberg, John Mahnke, V.M. Dick McColly, Melners, Henry Menschln, Henry Miller Jr., Fritz Mocller, Richard Muller, McQuaid, Detlef H. Mohr, Hans H. Mohr, A.H. Mohr, Claus Moller, Wm. Neuman., Herro Oilman, F.G. Okken, Henry Ott, H.F. Paesler, August Panzer, Jurgen Paulsen, John A. Peters, Claus H. Peters, John H. Peters, H.J. Peters, Peters and Arff, Claus J. Peters, August Peterson, Hennlng Peterson, Theodore Peterson, August Perkins, George Preyt, Herman Precht — Payette, Idaho, Claus Pruter, Henry Preyt Sr., Henry Radden, Henry Rathman, Louis Relchenback — THE BORN LOSER Halbur, Henry Relnke — Oregon City, Oregon, Conrad Relf — Danbury, Iowa, George Relf, Otto Relf, Peter Relmers, John Pickers, Carl Rohde, Henry Rose, Nlcholus Schrum, Henry Schlunti, Albert Schultz, Charles Schuelle, Henry Schlldt, John Schumacher, Wm. Schmafeldl, Adolph Schmidt — Hawly, Minn., John Segebart, Fred Semran — Jackson, Minn., Detlet Slmson, Hans Slevers Sr., Wm. Slevers, John Stelnhauer, Fred Schluetter, jurgen Stleper, John Thels, Wm. Thursow, Detlef Tonner — Vail, Iowa, William Walton — Lake View, Iowa, August Wenthln — Hawley, Minn., Andrew Wiebers, Reinner Witt, John Wllfang, George Witt Sr., George Wlrth, Henry Wlttrock - Halbur, Iowa. And alt other persons who may have any Interest In Arcadia Cemetery Association of Arcadia, Iowa. You are hereby notified that a special meeting of the Arcadia Cemetery Association Is being called for the purpose of adopting Restated Articles of Incorporation. A copy of the Restated Articles of Incor- poration.Is attached hereto and made a part hereof. You are further notified that the special meeting will take place on the 25th day of April, 1976, at 2:00 o'clock p.m., at City Hall, Arcadia, Iowa. The Restated Articles of Incorporation amend the previous Articles of Incorporation by making the corporations' duration perpetual, changing its name from Arcadia Cemetery Society to Arcadia Cemetery Association, and changing the method of determining a majority attending the annual meeting. . Dated at Arcadia, Iowa, this Bth day of February,1976. Margaret Hennlngs Secretary April 5,1976 "Notice of Public Sale" Notice Is hereby given that on 4-15-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC - 7660 Hickman Rd • Des Moines, la to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1968 Ford 2dr S No. BF01C142610 General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle is presently stored and may be seen at Exlra Auto- Exlra, Iowa. Aprils, 1976 "Nolle* of Public Sale" Notice Is hereby given that on 4-15-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC • 7660 Hickman Rd • Des Moines, (a to sell for cash the following vehllcle- To wit: 1969 Olds Cutlass - S No. 336B79M374216 General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be seen at Hawk-Crampton Chev - Denlson, la. April 5, 1976 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11159 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Theresla Berger, Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Theresla Berger Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 2nd day of April, 1976, the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate. Notice Is hereby given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 2nd day of April, 1976. Lucille Berger Administrator of said Estate 1420 Quint Ave. Carroll, Iowa 51401 ALFRED J.KLOCKE Clerk of the District Court Court House Carroll, Iowa Robert S. Bruner Attorney for said Administrator Carroll, Iowa 51401 Date of second publication 12th day of April, 1976. April 5, 12, 1976 Markets ICMQ ACROSS 1 Pike's 5 Former name ot Thailand 9 Baden, tor one 12 Year (Latin) 13 Futile 14 Territory (ab.) 15 Repetition 17 Irritate (coll.) 18 More recent 19 Prince of Thebes 21 Dismounted 23 Masculine nickname 24 Governmental group (ab,) 27 Formerly. 29 Otherwise 32 Testily 34 Printing mistakes 36 Football squad 37 Squatter 38 Nautical term 39 Comfort 41 German river 42 Doctors (ab.) 44 Units of. reluctance 46 Hurried 49 Roof edges 53 Pismire 54 Revision 56 Fib 57 Climbing plant 58 Preposition 59 Rocky crag 60 Girl's name 61 On top of DOWN 1 Ache 2 Grafted (her.) 3 Afresh 4 Asian nation 5 Be seated 6 Senseless ones 7 Medicinal plant 8 Repairs 9 Demand' 10 South American nation 11 Clumsy boats 16 Feminine appellation 20 Roman roads 22 Peace goddess 24 Greek theaters 25 Vend 26 Racer 28 Taut 30 Plant part 31 Auricles 33 Public 35 Staggered 40 Eager 43 Bondman 45 South Pacific island group 46 Lame 47 Genus of mussels 48 Exude 50 Aperture 51 Within (comb, form) 52 Cease 55 Educational group (ab.) 1 12 15 18 2 3 4 1 Re" BECAUSE THEY FLEW AWAY ON TH 1 SACK OF ONE OF . THOSE BIS OL' PTEROSAURS' a place to grow \IERM 600D 1 . READ THE LIME! CHICAGO (AP) — Most farm commodity prices fell on the Chicago Board of Trade today with soybeans and wheat leading the decline. Soybeans skidded as much as 26 cents. Rainfall in the Southwest and the expectation of more precipitation hurt wheat prices which slumped as much as 2'6 cents. Corn and oats which were slightly lower in dull trading. Soybean oil was minimally higher while meal was mixed. Iced broilers were off from Friday's close. NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market advanced broadly today, rallying on the news of the settlement of the national trucking strike. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrials stood at exactly 1,000 at noon, up 8.42 from Friday's close. Gainers outpaced losers by more than a 3-1 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. The strike by Teamsters union members against the trucking companies, which began last Thursday, was cited as a major reason for the market's declines last week. It was settled over the weekend when negotiators reached an agreement to be submitted to a mail ratification vote of the drivers. Fedders was the most active Big Board issue, up'/«at 9'/4. A 129,400-share block traded at 9'/fe. The NYSE's composite index of all its listed common stocks picked up .45 to 54.99. At the American Slock Exchange, the market value index was up .58 at 104.67. by Art Sansom THAT'S BA^Vll KNOW HIM <CH;S6yNi> Im.lM B,i, u S Kn 01' 4-5 PRISCILLA'S POP PRISCILLA, YOU'VE &EE-N TO THE CORRAL AGAIN/ 4-5 YOU'RE EVEN STARTINS TO SME.LL LIKE A STABLE! by Al Vermeer Mil SHORT RIBS THE SPOKESMAN FROM I CANT BE BOTHERED WITH THE FAIE-PLAV-FOR-ELI/ES THOSE LITTLE RESTS. COMMITTEE \S HERETO S^NO HIM AWAV. you. SIRE by Frank Hill BECAUSE THEY HIEED ASIANT TO REPRESENT THEM. TM AFRAID I CANT SIRE. EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider H6Y, BRUTUS... 6<rVW\E. A SALAD WHO MA*KS THEV WO..-OUR SALAD.. .A. KJSU CWEF 4CU? FRANK AND ERNEST by Bob Thaves GUILTY' OP 'NOT GUILTY f ?J ...YOU MEAN THAT'.* THE ONI.Y HAV& ? 4-5 Inc 1 M Reg US Pal 0" ALLEY OOP by Dove Groue THEV FLEW AWAY??.' ) I AIN'T AW, C'MON, ZAK, , r-CTHEY'RE RIDING QUIT KIDDING ME.'.TON TH' BACK OF THAT DANG PTEROSAUR UP THERE/ T'LOOX THROUGH THAT CAMERA SET-UP OF MONA'S.'

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