Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1970 · Page 12
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 26, 1970
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Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) Slaughter steers were 50 to 75 cents lower Monday and heifers were fully 50 cents lower at Chicago Stockyards. Receipts were 11,000 head. There were no receipts sheep. of CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Cattle 11,000; steers 50 to 75 lower; prime 1,200-1,400 lb slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 31.00-31.50; high choice and prime 1,150-1,400 lbs 30.0031,00; choice 950-1.400 lbs yield grade 2 to 4 29.00-30.25; good 26.50-28.25; high choice and prime 925-1,075 lb slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 28.2529.00; choice 850-1,025 lbs yield grade 2 to 4 27.50-28.25; good 25.50-26.50; utility and commercial cows 19.75-21.00; utility and commercial bulls 25.00-27.00. Sheep none; no market test. /DES MOINES (AP)-(USDA) — Iowa-Southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 100,000; butchers 50 lower; instances 75 lower; trade active; demand good; 200-230 lbs 16.0017.00, 400 head of 200-220 lbs 17.50, few 200-210 lbs 15.75-16.00, 230-250 lbs 15.75-17.00; sows fully 50 cents lower; 270-330 lbs 13.25-14.50, 330-400 lbs 12.75-14.00. SIOUX CITY (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 11,000; butchers 75 to 1.00 lower; trade fairly active; U.S. 1-3 190-230 lbs 16.75-17.25, 230-250 lbs 16.25-16.75; sows 75 lower; U.S. 1-3 300-380 lbs 14.0015.00. Cattle 9,000; calves 1,050; slow; slaughter steers not established; heifers steady to 25 lower; slaughter steers choice 1,050-1,150 lbs 28.00-28.75, slaughter heifers choice 850-1,050 lbs 26.50-27.50; choice and prime 950-1,025 lbs 27.65-27.75. Sheep 1,300; not established. Timet Herald, Carroll, Fa. Mondoy.^Oer. 26, 1970 OMAHA (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 13,000; butchers under 260 lbs 50 to 75 lower; over 260 lbs 25 to 50 lower; 1-3 190-220 lbs 17.00-17.25; sows 25-50 lower; 320 - 600 lbs 13.50-14.75. Cattle 10,500, calves 1,400; steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; choice steers 28.00-28.75; choice heifers 26.75-27.75. Sheep 800; lambs steady; choice shorn lambs 28.00; choice wooled lambs 26.50-27.00. New York Stocks •NEW YORK (AP) - Static activity dominated market actions today as investors took to the sidelines, with the Dow Jones average off only fractionally in quiet trading. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks slipped 0.14 points to 759.24. 2 Couples Feted for Anniversaries •• (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Linus Heiitihoff were surprised an Sunday evening, Oct. 11 in observance of their 30th wedding anniversary. A social evening was spent, and the couple received a purse as a gift. Lunch was brought and served by the guests. Taking part in the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. John Sporrer, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Richter, Wiota; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heithoff, Gloria and Paula; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heiit­ ihoff, Betty Lou and Marilyn; Mr. and Mrs. Sam Schrad, Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons and Theresa, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Halbur, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Marlon Romitti, Barry and Marty of. Centerville. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Bogatzke observed their 45th wedding anniversary on Saturday evening, Oct. 10, by entertaining fie following guests at supper and a social hour: Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jasken and Penny, Eva Wacker, St. Paul, Minn.; Annie Bogatzke, Hutchinson, Minn.; Gertrude Bogatzke, Gaylord, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bogatzke and family, Arlinton. Minn.; Ruth Bogatzke, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Keay, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Radtke and family, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Dan Holmes, Burlington, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bogatzke and family, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Foglemam and family, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Bogatzke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dammann and Mrs. Ida Dammann, Manning. Advances held a narrow lead over decliners on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said caution probably would continue to be the watchword of investors, certainly until after the elections. With so much uncertainty both economically and internationally, they said they foresaw no sustained push forward. Oils and rubber issues were up. Mail order-retail, electronics, utilities, metals, rails, and airlines were off. All other stock categories were up. At noon the Associated Press 60-stock average dipped 0.3 to 259.0, with industrials up 0.3, rails off 0.6, and utilities off 0.2. Big Board prices included Aetna Life, off 1 at 39V4; Ashland Oil, up 3V4 at 27%; Nato- mas, up 2% at 52%; CBS preferred off 1 at 17V 2 ; Telex, off % at 22 Vt; and Travelers, off % at 28 y 2 . American Stock Exchange prices included Franklin Mint, up lVi at 40'/ 4 ; Vetco Offshore, off 7 / 8 at 26%; Yates Industries, off 1% at 10%; Automatic Data Processing, up 1 at 41%; STP, up Vz at 42^; and Digital Equipment, off V4 at 67y 8 . 2 Selected as 'Key Precincts' Carroll voters in the first ward, who will be casting their ballots Nov. 3 at First United Methodist Church will be helping the A.B.C. News Network make its early predictions of election results, according to Mrs. Ben Von Glan of Westside, publicity chairman of the Carroll County League of Women Voters. Following the last election, Carroll's Ward One was selected as a key precinct to help with the networks' analysis of election results and early projection of results, John Thompson, manager of the political unit of A.B.C. News, said. A.B.C. News and the L.W.V. work together to gather voting results for election night television and radio programs. Mrs. Paul Anneberg of Carroll will be the reporter for Carroll's Ward One, and Mrs. Von Glan will again be a reporter for Washington Township in Crawford County. Both women will phone results in to A.B.C. headquarters immediately following the closing of the polls, for their analysis. Both these voting areas were selected because in the past their voting pattern has followed the typical trend across the country. Hot off the Wire Iowa to Get Funds for Sewage Facilitie s • Middle East (Continued From Page 1) 2 Girls Join Junior Unit (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA — Thirty Juniors, two leaders, Mrs. Joe Schroeder and Mrs. Warren Andersen and the senior pianist, Mrs. Lyle Vonnaihme attended the Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 Junior meeting Wednesday after school. Two new juniors, Jane Von­ naihme and Sherry Hunter are joining this month. WHOLESALER DEALER - CONSUMER -They ail know that, properfy -packed, carefully handled Cartel safely stored, the egg -arrives table-ready. We at "Vanderheiden-north American /know it too. That's why we •treat furnishings like eggs. "For storage, local or long 'distance moving, PHONE 792-9268 1019 N. East St. — Carroll Nancy Venteicher presided at the meeting with Peggy Wolterman, chaplaiin leading in prayer. Juniors are known this year as "Bonnies Blazers"', Their theme song is "The More We Get Together", and the emblem the American Legion Auxiliary Pin. Plans were made for the annual Halloween Coin Drive on Thursday evening Oct. 29 from 6 to 7 p.m. A Halloween Costume Party wjffl follow with the leaders and older Juniors in charge of arrangements. Work was begun on this year's study country, Panama by making a large map of it. Younger Juniors enjoyed fun and action songs. Lunch was served by Denise, Dianna, Donna, Doris and Debra Badding. Next meeting will be November 3. time to end her boycott. The resolution accuses the Israelis of obstructing Jarring's efforts, declares the acquisition of territory by force "inadmissible" and says Israel's continued occupation cannot be permitted. "This proposal, obviously Arab inspired, must be rejected out of hand," said an Israeli official in Jerusalem. Others said the African authors of the resolution should try to get the Soviet-Egyptian missiles removed from the Suez Canal zone "instead of always pointing the finger of blame at us." Israel has said repeatedly that it will not return to the Jarring talks until Egypt pulls back Soviet antiaircraft missiles I which Israel and the United States charge have been moved closer to the Suez Canal in violation of the three-month cease­ fire that began Aug. 7. Indications war* given Sunday that the United States is still backing Israel in that position. U.S. sources said: "There are violations, and rectification remains necessary." For that reason they said, Secretary of State William P. Rogers opposed calling for a specific date for resumption of Jarring's mission in the statement issued after the dinner Secretary-General U Thant gave Friday night for Rogers, Foreign Ministers Andrei A. Gromyko of the Soviet Union and Maurice Schumann of France, and British Foreign Secretary Sir Alec Douglas- Home. The statement said the Big Four "agreed to exert their utmost efforts ... to enable Ambassador Jarring to resume his mission at the earliest possible date." They also agreed to do all they could to get the cease­ fire extended. now be able to participate at least 50 per cent in all financing, and even up to 55 per cent in certain instances where exemplary progress is made by a community," the governor said. DES MOINES (AP) - A dispute over Iowa's water quality standards has been settled between state officials and the U.S. Department of Interior, Gov. Robert Ray said Monday. The agreement will mean that Iowa will receive an additional $1.4 million in federal funds for cities and towns for construction of sewage treatment facilities in fiscal 1971, Ray said. "Both Robert Buckmaster, chairman of Iowa Water Pollution Control Commission, and I are pleased with the cooperative spirit exhibited by the Department of Interior, and particularly by David D. Dominick, the U.S. Water Commissioner," Ray said. He said the agreement was worked out at a meeting in his LOS ANGELES (AP) — A office with Dominick, Buck- noted Indian gynecologist says master and U.S. Rep John Kyi, he has developed a reversible R-Iowa. female sterilization operation "The federal government will that could provide a new weap- IOWA CITY (AP) — A reissue of the greatest history of Iowa ever published will start going out to 10,000 Iowans this week. "The Isslustrated Historical Atlas of the State of Iowa,' compiled by Alfred T. Andreas of Davenport, was originally issued 95 years ago and a new and well-edited edition is being put out this week by William J. (Steamboat) Petersen, superintendent of the State Historical Society of Iowa. on to fight overpopulation. The operation consists of peeling a thin flaplike layer of tissue from the top and bottom of the uterus and sewing the flaps together to create a shield in front of the cervix, the entrance to the uterus. Dr. V. N. Shirodkar described the operation Sunday, saying it could be performed in 15 minutes with a local anesthetic. Shirodkar is known in medical circles throughout the world as the developer of an operation to prevent miscarriages. SAIGON (AP) — Spearheaded by two armored columns and supported by American artillery, 6,000 South Vietnamese troops pushed into the war-ravaged Cambodian town of Snuol today in a new offensive. Informed sources said the American 175mm and 8-inch artillery guns were firing from bases in Vietnam, and there were no American troops with the advancing Vietnamese. IRVINE, Calif. (AP) — Fire burned the campus branch of the Bank of America at the University of California at Irvine today. "Death to the Pigs" and other messages were sprayed on the outside walls with black paint, authorities said. DES MOINES (AP) — A 16- year-old Des Moines boy died Monday at a hospital here of what police said was an accidental gunshot wound in the head. Authorities said George McCloskey, 16, accidentally shot himself Saturday while examining a pistol at the home of his grandparents. LAKELAND, Fla. (AP) — Citrus growers awash in their own "liquid sunshine" are casting about for orange juice outlets into everything from cancer cures to shampoo. It may even develop that the stuff is great for gout sufferers, folks with hardening of the arteries and aging practitioners of 1'amour. Anyway, that's what the growers hope. The U.S. Department of Agriculture estimates this season's orange crop at 168 million boxes. That's 23 million boxes above the 1966-67 record high of 145 million boxes, which brought growers only a break-even price of 75 cents a box. WASHINGTON (AP) — Although Sen. Harold Hughes, D- Iowa, is not an announced candidate for the 1973 presidential election, there was some speculation this weekend that he is preparing for the race. Hughes, 48, who served three terms as Iowa's governor and is in the second year of a six- year Senate term, is frequently mentioned as a possible contender for the Democratic nomination. Daily Record Court House New Vehicles Registered— Duane J. or Lucille Shriver, Carroll, Ford Pinto; Clarence O. or Ruby M. Edmunds, Manning, Plymouth; Dr. John C. Edgerton, Manning, Plymouth; Headlee Ford Co., Coon Rapids, Ford; Breda Auto Co., Breda, Ford; and Blanche E. Leahy Carroll, Oldsmobile. Applications to Wed— Richard L. Boston, 23, and Connie C. Clark, 21, both of Coon Rapids. Real Estate Transfers- Fred and Marie Wurr to Phyllis A. and Vernon Drees, NW^ASE'/i, Sec. 16, Twp. 85, Range 34. Bernard J. and Lucille Greving to Anthony and Loretta Greving, part SEV4, Sec. 28, Twp. 83, Range 34. Fred and Marie Wurr to Selma and John Kastle, NWV4- SWV 4 , Sec. 9, Twp. 85, Range 34. Sheriff's Office Car-Truck Accident— A car driven by Dan Moore, Carroll, and a pickup truck driven by Larry Luerenberger, Lake View, were involved in an accident one and a half miles north of Carroll on Highway 71 at 8:10 p.m. Saturday. Barb Lamaak, Carroll, a passenger in the pickup, was taken to St. Anthony Hospital for treatment of back injuries. The front of the pickup truck and the rear of the car were damaged. The accident was investigated by Highway Patrolman Mario Feick, Manning, and by Deputy Sheriff Roger O'Tool, Carroll. Davidson, North Platte, Neb., was in collision with a parked car owned by Theodore W. Happe, Carroll, in a service station parking lot west on Highway 30 at 8:15 a.m. Monday. The Davidson car was backing and struck the right front of the parked car. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals Oct. 24— Alfred L. Baier, Audubon Beth A. Opperman, Manning Kevin F. Anderson, Scranton Mrs. James O. Palmer, Coon Rapids Dan J. Kroll, Manilla Mrs. Charles D. Knight, Carroll Mrs. Harold Willenborg and baby, Carroll Births- Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Gibson, Scranton, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph H. Wie- derin, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. John H. Broich, Carroll, a son, Saturday • Fatalities (Continued From Page 1) FOR SALE -Kitchen cabinet base unit 97 in. long "Cabinet top 1 50 in. long Cabinet base 14 ft. long, lino, top, sliding doors. .Canopy 60 ft. long, electrified 'Brooms Pencil sharpener Display counters 20 in. by 40 in., 12" high Display platforms Tile fixtures Desk set 3 in. x 5 in. card file Tapers Waste boskets CONTACT: Record display 1 5,000 BTU air conditioner Pegboard rack "Time Payment" sign 14" round clock Shelving, all sixes Parts bins Hoover woxer Air conditioner display Work benches 24" circulation fan 2 tuba fluorescent light Bench vise Mops, pails Gr wringer Wood table Ceiling lamp HEIRES ELECTRIC at New Location 276 West 5th Carroll, Iowa south of Lacona Sunday morning. Lola Robertson, 47, and Raymond Veline, 57, both of Ames died Saturday when their vehicle collided with an Ames police car on U.S. 30 in Ames. Police said an investigation revealed the red warning lights on the police car's roof were flashing. They said the victims' car apparently was attempting to make a left turn as the cruiser came by. William Nielson, 30, Of Central City was thrown (from his car after apparently losing control of the vehicle. The accident oc curred on a black top road about four miles west of Central City. Mrs. Leah Franks, 76, of Manchester was killed and her 50- year-old son, Burdette, critically injured when their vehicle collided with a truck Saturday about 15 miles east of Oelwein. Saturday Franette Ranger, 8, of Le Mars, died in a Sioux City hospital of injuries she received in a traffic accident Wednesday. The accident also killed the life of her four year-old brother, Crosley. A seven year old brother, Toni, remained in critical condition. Police Department 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Kenneth W. Witt and Loretta J. Christensen, both of Carroll, were involved in an accident at the intersection of Carroll Street and Eighth Street at 11:48 a.m. Sunday. The front end of the Christensen car and the left side of the Witt car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Accident on Gravel Road— A car driven by Jeffery Miller, Carroll, but owned by Carolyn K. Gravitt, Coon Rapids, and a car driven by Miss Gravitt but owned by Dennis J. Klocke, Carroll, were involved in an accident one mile west of Carroll on the extension of West Sixth Street at 1:45 a.m. Sunday. The two cars were westbound when they went out of control and into opposite ditches. The right rear of the car driven by Miller and the left front of the car driven by Gravitt were damaged. No injuries were reported. Parking Lot Accident— A oar driven by Maurice L. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL Dismissals Oct. 23— Clayton Dohse, Westside Mrs. Fred Wunschel, Wall Lake Birth AMES — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Wells, 837 Pammel Court, Ames, a daughter, Michelle Lyn, Oct. 17 at Mary Greeley Hospital. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wells of Carroll. & >.S? ViU v , V* ".s 'A iS ^VsSsOV - - ^,,^1,1 ~- Metal-clad balloon has extremely strong radar signal return capability, yet material is flexible enough to be used in model 's dress as well as balloon's surface. Copper polka dots mounted on plastic sheeting are used in new material being developed for Air Force and Navy. More Bounce Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 12.78 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1-25 Oats « 64 Chicago Grain These Markets AT © Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low Cloee De H c EAT "7 175}. 178% March : 178'A 176*'. 176V. May 175% 174 173% j U ]y m% mn i&m D?c RN «1% 149% 149% March". 157% 155'/„ 155% May 160%. 158V4 158% July :.: 162 159% 160% ° ATS Dec 80% March 79% May 78% July 78% SOY BEANS Nov 307 jan 311 March : 315% 311% SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 81.50 80.30 jan. si.oo ao.3o March 80.95 80.25 79% 78% 77% 74% 302% 306% 79% 78% ? ar « 303% 307% 312% 80.60 80.45 80.30 TAILLESS CANINE The schipperke, a dog of the Netherlands and Belgium related to the chow, is generally born tailless. Ordinarily, it does not weigh more than 18 pounds. The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 66 Yesterday's low 51 At 7 a.m. today 40 At 10 a.m. today 50 IOWA FORECAST Cloudy and cooler Monday night, rain likely. Mostly cloudy and cooler Tuesday with chance of rain east and south and chance of snow northwest. Lows Monday night 40s, highs Tuesday 40s northwest to 60s southwest. FIVE-DAY IOWA FORECAST POSSIBLE RAIN cloudy and cooler Monday, with a chance of showers in the east. Highs should be mostly in the 60s, with lows Monday night in the 30s and 40s. Partly cloudy Monday night and Tuesday with highs Tuesday in the 50s northwest to around 60 southeast. Fair to partly cloudy and cold Wednesday through Friday, with highs in the lower to mid 40s and lows in the 30s. Weather A Year Age- Temperatures a year ago today in Carroll ranged from a Iowa weather will be partly I high of 41 to a low of 29 degrees. Safeway Employees Hold Election Dinner The annual Safeway Employees' election banquet was held I at the Elk's Club in Carroll Sunday. Attending were about 130 ^employees, their wives and husbands from 12 of the Iowa stores; four company executives from Omaha also attended the function. Dinner was served, followed by a business meeting, dancing and cards. Musical entertain ment was by "Gary and Sher" (Gary Rutten and Sherry Schirck). Outgoing officers from the Carroll store are Arlo Buck and Ron Bruning. Perry Firm Gets Audubon Contract (Times Herald Newe Service) AUDUBON — The city council has awarded a contract for installing new water mains to a Perry firm. Bucfaan Construction Co. was the low bidder for a contract to replace water mains around the elementary and junior high schools. The succesful bid was for $16,675. Other bids ranged upward to $21,790. The work will be started soon, and will be paid from utility department funds. The oity council, in other action, raised ithe speed limit in school zones to 25 miles per hour. The ordinance previously had provided a 20-mile speed limit. 19 Attend Friendly Hour Club Meeting (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Bonnie Lorenzen was hostess to the Friendly Hour Club on Thursday, Oct. 15. Nineteen members answered roll call by guessing their Secret Pal. Editth Stoberl, Edna Peters, Selma Vennink and Minnie Dales received birthday gifts; Mrs Dales also received an anniver sary gift. Feature of the afternoon was a talk and slides by Mrs. David Moody of Gray, who talked on her recent European tour. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Homemakers Have Wild West Rodeo MANNING - The Oct. 14 meeting of fthe Manning Homemakers Club featured a "Wild West Rodeo", with Iva Hinze and Garnet Stribe as ring masters. Nineteen members answered roll call at the home of Joan Ramsey with "My Favorite Cowboy". Election of officers was the main business during the meeting, with Iva Hinze selected as the new president; Lois Hinners, vice president; Donna Halbur, secretary; Mae Opperman, treasurer; Alvina Klocke, seargent at arms; Cynthia Genzen, historian; and Joan Ramsey, reporter. They will take office in December. Helena Tank reported on the extension council and Herman- ette Tank on AFS activities. The group will remember their servicemen in November. Cynthia Genzen and Iva Hinze were honored with the birthday song. Mrs. Genzen also received the hostess gift. Purse awards were made in several divisions of the Wild West Rodeo. Contests included Wild Horse Run, Chuah Wagon Race, Bronco Riding Contest, Bull Riding, and Calf Roping. Bernice Sdhroeder was "High Point Cowboy", and Erna Muhlbauer, the "King of Cowboys". She played the guitar and led singing of Yellow rose of Texas, Home on the Range, and She'll be Coming 'Round the Mountain. Lois Hinners will be hostess at the November 11 meeting, when a special feature will be something hand made. 5 from Wall Lake Observe Birthdays (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE — Saturday evening guests in the Russ Wilken home near Odebolt were Mr. and Mrs. B. Miller of Ida Grove, Ferdinand Wilken, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wilken and family, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Miller, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ailbrecht. The birthdays of Mrs. Duane Miller and Russ Wilken were observed. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson were Sunday guests in the Leon Ehler home at Holstein in observance of Jan's birthday. Dinner guests Sunday in the Lee Willhoite home included Mrs. Thelma Gray, Jules, Tim, Jan and Kim of Des Moines. Lee and Kim were honored on their birthdays. Mrs. Ramsey Has Neighborhood Club (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Delores Ramsey was hostess to the Neighborhood Club on Monday, Oct. 12. Ella Schade was high at cards; Malinda Erps, second. Viola Karstens will host the group group next. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eidh and Bruce of Ankeny and Mrs. Lisetta Derner were Sunday supper guests in the Mamie Eieh home. Sunday dinner guests in the Karl Bogatzke home included Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bogatzke and family, Arlington, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jasken and Penny, St. Paul, Minn., and Gertrude Bogatzke of Gaylord, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kienast and family of Indianola were Sunday dinner guests in the John W. Kienast home. Afternoon guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kienast, Denver, Colo., who were overnight guests in the John Kienast home. IrVE HAVE THE GENUINE ^tu f A TO * QUALITY ntfRWT WINDOW MATERIALS VJ ^HOID IN HEAT - KEEP OUT COLD Cheaper than gla««—For Sform Poor* & Window!, Forth Enc(o*<ir*« ^GsSateffifixx 0- GLASS GLASSONET JWYR-O-GLASS MOSCREENGLASS ^SJDFLEXO PANE Coast to Coast Store Westgate Mall — Carroll WE HAVE/*e mm lFUX-0 • CRYSTAL CLEAR • CUT, TACK, SEW or SEAL • HUNDREDS OF USES INDOORS A OUTDOORS Only 36* tin. Ft. M Imk wife roiCM • NClOIIMIf •TO«M MNOOWf will notictoit fVINITVM COVUt Carroll Lumber Co. Carroll, Iowa Now Is the time to -cover Windows, Doors^Porches & Breeze ways \ "•"^FOBWIWTER-LONI-I PROTECTION •36*$ .foot .ONLYi^WSft^Wide, • Also in A ft. width* g XZ. 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