Mine It With A Classified! SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner T Apartment For Rent 65 2 BEDROOM air conditioned apartment — stove, refrigerator — all carpeted. 792-4318; evenings 792-2780 and ask for Bill Stickrod. 65-71-5tc j$ed Cars & Trucks 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 Motorcycles Used Cars A Trucks 7.1 TO FINANCE your new or used car see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call 792-2555. 71-233-tfc 1973 TORINO. Low mileage" Breda 673-2382. 71-7t-3tp 71 PLYMOUTH Valiant 2-dr., h'dtop, 318 V-8, automatic, padded roof, factory -air, vinyl trim interior, brand new Goodyear tires, plenty of economy left here. '72 International Scout 4 wheel drive, power steering and brakes, factory air, luggage rack, deluxe interior. Just 22.000 actual miles. Immaculate inside and out. Wittrock Motors. 71-70-tfc 1974 PONTIAC Catalina h'dtop blue with white top & interior — nice. $3295. Glidden. Auto Sales. 71-73-ltc 1974 PONTIAC Grand Ville 4-dr., full power maroon/white top. 27,000 miles. McCarville & Son Motors. 71-73-ltc 1972 BLACK Lincoln — good condition. Black interior in excellent condition. 659-2186 after 6 p.m. 71-73-3tc Timei Herald, Carroll, la. TuMday, April 13, 1976 11 New Cars ft Trucks 71 2 HEIDER pickup stock racks. $125 each. Wittrock Motors. 71-68-tfc 73 1974 CB 360 Honda. 5.600 miles, excellent condition, reasonable. 684-5622. • 73-70-6tc FOR SALE: 1974 900 CC Kawaski. Vetter Ferhing, custom seat. Must see to appreciate. 792-3202 or 658-2121 after 5 p.m. . 73-73-5tc FOR SALE: 1974 Honda CB 360. Front disc brakes, less than 1500 miles. Helmet included Will inspect. 792-1463. 73-73-2tp Auto Service 75 FOR APCO gasoline, competitive prices, fast service, Neppel Oil Co. Hwy 30 W. (across from Hardee's). 75-53-ltc 76 JUST LISTED —ACREAGE Exceptional 4 bedroom home — Featuring built-in range & oven, large living and dining room, living room has wood burning fireplace, 1st floor bedroom, 2 full baths, many extras. Several out bldgs. Excellent hog set-up. Located on approx. 6'/4 acres near Glidden, ap- prox. 10 mi. from Carroll. By appointment only. liUson lUai tstatc Highway 30 West 792-3974 Carroll After 5 Jerry or Doris Wilson 792-9605 Mark Harman 792-1189 Ron Richardson 792-1161 Norm Winchester 792-2565 63-66-3tc FARM GUARD Latex Farm & Ranch Paint • Easy to apply • Fast drying ' '• • Excellent for wood, metal and masonry > Fiee ot lead hazards • Protects, barns, sheds, workshops and fences • Safe for use on structures associated with livestock • Soap and water clean-up CARROLL LUMBER 1024 W. 15 792-9231 47-73-1 lc r Junior Editors' Quiz on- PUNCH AND JUDY NEW 1976 LTD With Air Conditioning! Order Your Own Choice Of Colors: H699 00 Plus Nothing. UERMANl fit cmou, mi ED&LEOSEZ: High heels must have been invented by a girl who was kissed on the forehead. WINNIKE&MASCHING' OIL CO. • ... . Tank Wagon Delivery Corner Highway 71 & 3rd Street 792-9132 Carrol I Petroleum Products The Choice'of Thrifty People 75-272-llc, 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 SATURDAY 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. TUESDAY, APRIL 20— 200 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 2412 P.M. Household & Antique Sale. Glidden. Earl VanScoy, Owner. McCarville, Rupiper & Scharfenkamp, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 25— Furniture Auction. Mildred Horn, Owner. Ralston. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, APRIL 25- At 1 P.M. in Westside. 2 houses. Rosa Vetter Estate Sale. Walt Johnson, Auctioneer. SUNDAY, MAY 21:00 p.m. House in Breda. Louie Wittry. Owner. Walt Johnson & Don Gerken. Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MAY 2— Florence Morgan Furniture Auction at 321 N. Main, Carroll. McCarville, Rupiper & Scharfenkamp, Auctioneers. SUNDAY MAY 16— 1 P.M. Lillian A. Nessen. Owner. Furniture sale. 721 North Crawford. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper. Auctioneers. MOBILE HOME PARK Close to good fishing & boating. Nice shade trees, 10 spaces with city water & sewer. Includes 12x60' mobile home. 2 blocks from Silver Lake —10 mi. to Spirit Lake. Ideal retirement with good income. $25,000. COMES REAL ESTATE PHONE 792-4295 • After 5 call Roy or jZita Comes 792-1679 7p-73-;tc Blown-ln Mineral Wool • INSULATION We're Insulation Experts InstallingtheBest! [GREAT PLAINS] I—o*s— | GREAT PLAINS GAS Carroll, Iowa . Phone 792-9617 Slimming Pantsuit Creative Crochet! Printed Pattern QUESTION: Who were Punch and Judy? * * . * ANSWER: Punch and Judy,\husband and wife, are the main characters in a farcical glove puppet show. This popular street entertainment originated in England in the. mid 18th century. It stem,s from the Italian Commedia delPArte, a troupe of traveling -actors doing improvised theatre. The show survives to the present and can be seen in the streets of the cities of the U.S. and England. Punch has a vulgar, loud-mouthed, lawless character and a rusty voice. Short and fat, hq has a hunchback, great protruding belly, a hooked nose, wide mouth and long chin. He wears an untidy ruffle about his neck and a liigfv narrow pointed hat; Punch usually carries a-stick with which he beats Judy and anyone else whom he encounters. Judy, much like her husband, is a nag and a shrew with a sharp tongue. Her face is ugly and distorted and she wears a Georgian mop-cap'. In a typical scene, Judy presents Punch with a baby and leaves it for Punch to tend/When the baby cries and won't be quieted, Punch throws it put-the window. Judy returns, finds the baby missing;and attacks Punch with furious words. She then falls victim to Punch's stick. 4-13 (Charles Jannuzi of Scotland, Pennsylvania, 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 ""re of this newspaper, is selected for a prize J l« "Tfl^i Printed Pattern 9235: Worn. en's Sizes are 34 (38-inch bust with 40-inch hip); 36 (40 bust, 42 hip); 38 (42 bust. 44 hip); 40 (44 bust, 46 hip); 42 (46 bust, 48 hip); 44 (48 bust, 50 hip); 46 (SO bust, 52 hip); 48 (52 bust, 54 hip); 50 (54 bust, 56 hip). Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35£ for each pattern for first-class airmail, handling. Send to: Marian Martin Potlsrn Depl. Carroll Daily Times Herald 232 West 18th 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 ! Instant Money Crafts _J Instant fashion Book „. Instant Sewing Book __ 1.25 1.00 1.00 1.00 Delight a child, spark a room with a peacock pillow! Be creative! Crochet a proud peacock of rug yarn. Use scraps in vivid colors for petal rows. Decorate tail with gleaming pearls. Pattern 7093-. directions. $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35? each pattern for first-class airmail and handling. Send tot Alice Brooks Needlecraft Dept. Carroll Daily Times Herald Box 163, Old Chelsea Sta., 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. 75*. Crochet with Squares _ $1.00 Crochet a Wardrobe $1.00 Nifty Fifty Uu!lts $1.00 Ripple Crochet $1.00 Sew + Knit Book .$1.25 Needlepoint Book $1.00 Flower Crochet Book $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book __$1.00 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 Quilts #1 50* Museum Quilt Book #2 —50* 15 Quilts for Today #3 _50* Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs 50* I :> C1976byNEA,lm:,T,M.H89 US Pal.oil 4--I3 ...®1976t>vN[A.mc IM Reg US IMI Oil. "Thereverence isn't here. He's out doing unto others!" THE BORN LOSER "Boy, am I glad everybody is in here bathroom!" . and not in the by Art Sonsom BUGS BUNNY by Stoffel & Heimdohl I'M GLAD VOU COULD ^ JOIN ME FOR BWEAKFAST, &UGS MY PLEASURE, RJDDSY/ I IMAGINE YOU'RE WONDEWNG \ I ENJOY ) A/HY I DON'T GET MY /r-r— y THE i ^ H OASTER FIXED? -^ ( CHALLENGE/ THE TOAST WILL 6E WEADY IN A MIWUTE/ PRISCILLA'S POP by Al Vermeer WWATA BALL, )__ GAME./ BEL.TEP THREE HOME PUNS! ...MAYBE NOU CAM , IT TO FIRST BASE! IN CLEANING UP YOUE ROOM 1 . SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill GENERAL WASHINGTON, OUR SPIES REPORT THE HESSIAN MERCENARIES THE BRITISH HIRED HAVE OUTON STRIKE. TM APf3MD WE CANY SIR. OUK UNION MINUTEMEM WONT CROSS THEIR PICKET L-INJES. FRANK AND ERNEST by Bob Thoves ...AND OUR THAT $208,000 AND A MET LA5T WEEK Itir f M Rci| US fit O'l EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider IV& B&EW FOLLOVJIUG YtX> ApOUKJD fOd (O VEARS WOIU I'D f3IVE MV RI6HT AKW TD WHAT SttJ THIIUK OF ME WELL, USTEU. LERV...] IT'S LIKE. THIS... 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