Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 21, 1976 · Page 13
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There'* Gold In Your Attic! SIDE GLANCES by Gill Fox MR. FLUGG by Jon Peterson 'Houses For Sole 63 Misc. Real Estate 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 Your want ads serve you at your convenience. Read 'em. Used Cars ft Trucks Houses For Rent 64 SMALL FURNISHED house, $90 . — $25 deposit. 792-3910 or write P.O. Box 245. 64-77-3tc TO FINANCE the home of your .choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. • 64-130-tfc .•Apartment For Rent 65 DELUXE 2 bedroom duplex, cen-' ,tral air, range, refrigerator, garbage, disposal, attached , garage. No pets. $200 per month'. 792-1415. , 65-78-3tc AVAILABLE NOW. 2 bedroom apartment — all the extras. Elderly only need apply. 792-2236. Ramaekers. 65-79-3tc 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 LARGE 2 bedroom apartment — formal dining room, fireplace, 2 baths, air conditioning, stove . & dishwasher. Many other conveniences. 792-4318 — Bil Stickrod 792-2780 in the •. evenings. 65-77-3tc Misc. Real Estate 70 FOR SALE: Cabin on Blackhawk Lake. 515-386-4033. 70-79-5tc 70 0 BUY or sell homes, farms, acreages, whatever. Call Wilson Real Estate 792-3974. After 5 p.m. 792-9«05, 792-1189, 792-1161 or 792-2565. 70-51-tfc totorcycles 71 972 BLACK Lincoln. Exterior good condition. Interior — excellent condition. Call after 6 p.m. 659-2186. 71-78-5tc '0 FINANCE your new or used car see Personal Lenders, Thomas Plaza, Carroll. Call 792-2555. 71-233-tfc 64 BUICK Convertible, inspected. Call 658-2028 between 12 and 1 p.m. 71-77-3tc 1975 BUICK Century. Good condition. 5,100 miles. Must sell. 792-4439. 71-75-10tp '73 DODGE Sportsman wagon 318 V-8, automatic, power steering & brakes, factory air, extra seats, complete glass package, local 1 owner, double sharp inside & out. '75 Buick LeSabre Custom 2-dr. h'dtop, 6 way electric seats, factory air, padded roof, speed control, tilt wheel, plus many other extras - just 5,100 actual local 1 owner miles. Wittrock Motors. 71-78-tfc 1973 CHEV. Caprice, 2-dr., 30,000 miles. AM-FM Tape, PB, PS, new spare, blue/white top, air cond. McCarville & Son Motors. 71-79-ltc 1972 DATSUN 510 — 2-dr. $1550. Ph.: 659-3049. 71-79-3tp 1972 GREMLIN, automatic, air, reasonable. 792-2555. 71-79-3tc 1973 PONTIAC Grand Safari 9 pass, wagon, has everything & real nice. $2995. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-79-ltc Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 21, 1976 73 FOR SALE: 1973 Suzuki 125. Excellent condition. 3,000 mi. 792-9753 after 5 p.m. . 73-79-3tc FOR SALE: '73 Honda 450. Blue. Excellent condition. 792-1610 ask for Larry. .73-77-3tp FOR SALE: 1973• Suzuki 500 CC. Low mileage, extra nice crash bar, sissy bar, luggage rack, helmet & canvas coyer. Priced to sell. 712-652-3707 or 712-652-3737. 73-77-3tc FOR SALfc: 1971 Honda motorcycle CB 350 6,200 miles. Excellent condition. Ph.: 792-4920. 73-78-41C FOR SALE: 1972 Honda CL 175. Fine condition. $425. Phone 792-1551. 73-78-3tp 1973 GT 380 Suzuki, excellent condition. 792-2100 after 5 p.m. • • 73-78-3tc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed and Auction Sales FOR SALE BY OWNER 12 year old 3 or 4 bedroom ranch style home on large lot. 2 full baths, attached garage, natural gas furnace, central air, 40 gal. gas hot water heater, garbage disposal. Call 792-9473 after 5 p.m. 63-76-Mc 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. SATURDAY, APRIL 24— 12 P.M. Household & Antique Sale. Glidden. Earl VanScoy, Owner. McCarville, Rupiper & Scharfenkamp. Auctioneers. SATURDAY, APRIL 24— 12:30 P.M. 151 acres land, .machinery and miscellaneous. Located 5 miles south of Anita to Lincoln Center, then two miles on G-35. , Melvin Gissible Estate, Owner. Speck Fay & Lynn Dorsey, 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 92 P.M. Cottage on Provost Point, Lake View. Alfred M. Christensen, Owner. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, MAY 181 P.M. Lilly Nissen Estate. Furniture and antique sale. 721 North Crawford. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. SATURDAY, MAY 22 — 1 P.M. Mrs. Donna Hammar Furniture Auction. 526 East 5th Street, Glidden. Schar- fenkamp, Rupiper & McCarville, Auctioneers. : SATURDAY, JUNE 51 P.M. Furniture & Household items. Howard Limbaugh, Owner. 718 West 21st. McCarville, Rupiper & Schar- fenkamp, Auctioneers. SUNDAY, JUNE 6— 1 P.M. Furniture & Household Sale, Cyral Oakes, Owner. 1114 North Court. McCarville, Scharfenkamp & Rupiper, Auctioneers. FRIDAY, JUNE 111:00 P.M. Mrs. Henry Grimm 200 acre land auction. From Manning 2 mi. east on 141 and l'/z south. From Templeton 1 mi. south, 4 mi. west and l'/4 south. Meryl Kerkhoff and Alan Grimm Aucts. Want Ads work wonders. Lovely well built 3 or 4 bedroom home.in 1700block. . ;-. (2«> Nicely remodeled older home on north side. <2<oj Handyman's 3 bedroom challenge on East 5th. (243) Nice building lot in Glidden. Call: Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 Rat Fleshner Beck 792-1134 ~ Leonard (Tike) Bromert 792-3224 EAST COAST DRIVERS Needs two years perishable experience, meet DOT requirements, have good driving record & references. . Earnings in excess of $15,000 annually 2 weeks paid vacation annually annual cash bonus paid insurance benefits profit sharing Contact Cargo Contract Carriers Corporation ... ,„, ,. .,, ^ -, 402.494.5141 - . 23.79.10tc -Junior Editors'Quiz on Ruffled Flattery Plant-Hang-Ups! Printed Pattern 9160 8-20 C •junior Ennuis WTWIA wn , SUSAN B. ANTHONY QUESTION: Who was Susan B. Anthony? ' - •.'•..•*** •' ' . ANSWER- Susan Brownell Anthony was born in Adams, ; Mass., February 15, 1820. After, teaching school for 15 years, she organized the first woman's society to outlaw the consumption of liquor in 1852, She was also an active 'abolitionist, becoming the agent for New York state of the American Anti-Slavery Society in 1856. After 1854, Miss Anthony devoted herself entirely to obtaining the .right to vote for American women, for which'She fought for more than half a century. She •traveled from county to county in New York state and other states making speeches and organizing/clubs for women's rights. From 1868-70, with Mrs, Elizabeth Cady •Stanton, she edited and published The Revolution, a newspaper devoted to women's rights. She was Vice Presi- ident-at-large of the National Woman Suffrage Association from the date of its beginning in 1869 to 1892, when she 'became president. In 1872, Miss Anthony was arrested and fined $ 100 for casting a vote in-the 1872 presidential election, which she claimed the 14th amendment entitled her. She never paid the fine declaring, "taxation without representation is tyranny." . Co-publisher of "The History of Woman Suffrage, 'Susan B. Anthony died at Rochester, N.Y., March 13, i 1 **--.: . "'*" 4-21 (Theresa Wallace of Hartford. Connecticut, wins a prize Ifor this question,: Youicpn win $10 cash plus AP'fhand- \some^World Yeartipo^ifyour question, mailed on a 'postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is 'selected for a prize.) . Soft, feminine rffffles combine with a hi-waist shaping - it's the prettiest dress look for now and summer! Sew in solid colors or prints. Printed Pattern 9160: Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20. Size 12 (bust 34) takes 2% yds. 45-inch fabric. 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 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 $100 on the clothes you sew yourself. Free pattern coupon, too. Send 75? now! Sew + Knit Book ...:.,$U5 Instant Money Crafts _.$1.00 Instant Fashion Book _$1.DO Instant Sewing Book __$1.00 "Certainly I realize that money isn't everything. I'd rather have credit cards any day!" THE BORN LOSER -H PON'T PAINT WITH CRAYONS, ® 1976 by NEA, Inc. Display plants dramatically with novel crochet hangers. QUICK CROCHET! Save dollars — use heavy, 8-cord or bedspread cotton for practical, easy • to - make, holders. Pattern 7007: directions for two styles included. $1.00 for each pattern. Add 35# each pattern for first-class airmail and handling. Send tii Alice Brooks Needlecraft Dept. Carroll Daily Times Herald Box 163, Old Chelsei Sti., Htw 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 Ouilts $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 112 _...50< . Book of 16 Quilts #1 50< Museum Oullt Book #2.......50* 15 Uullls for Today #3.-SO* Book of 16 Jlfty'Rugs 50< by Art Sansom can voo KNOW THE IN SIX PAtf5 ANP by Stoffel & Heimdohl BUGS BUNNY SORRY, THAT'S ) OUT O' MY / WAY/ ) V YOU MB<XN YOU'RE GOING TO LET A MATTEK OF >— SO MILES COME BETWEEN FRIENDS WHERE YA HEADED, SYLVESTER? ELMSVILUE/ by Al Vermeer PRISCILLA'S POP SHAME V TAKING- ON YOU JADVANTASE F FLOOD VICTIMS! ALL THAT RAIN BROLK5UT 'EM'. TME SURFACE! by Frank Hill SHORT RIBS BETTER THINK OF SOMETHING SOON. THE WESTERN , COUNTRIES AEE7MT BUYING- AS MUCH EXPECTED PERHARS, WE SHOULD LOWER OUR PRICES. by Howie Schneider EEK & MEEK WOtAJ RESUME. OUR ! THAWK YOU 8eJrJ6 SO FAT/EMT HAVE U>ST OUR RCTUPB! PLEASE r STAMP 6V by Bob Thaves. FRANK AND ERNEST X COULDM'T GET A FfllP TRIAL - - TOO MANY ptow.fr 5AUI Me COMMIT THE by Dave Graue SHALL WE \ VEAW.' THEN TIE 'EM UP?/ TRACK COWN THAT BIS OF

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