Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1970 · Page 34
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 2, 1970
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For local interview, write, include J telephone number, Eagle Indus-" tries, 3938 Meadowbrook Road. . St.- Louis Park, Minnesota 55426 1 5-257-2tc Announcements s FREE BAG OF FRESH PO- r tato chips with 6-pak of your favorite beer. Old Milwaukee, Falstaff, Storz, Grain Belt, Schmidt — Special, $1.10 per 6-pak cold. CHARLEY'S ?/ PLACE. fi-257-tfc Instruction 13 TRAIN TO BE A HEAVY EQUIPMENT OPERATOR Learn to operate Bulldozers, Draglines, Cranes, Scrapers, Loaders, Trenchers, etc. Study at home followed by resident training at our modern facility In Miami, Fla. A High-paid ca­ rer is open to ambitious men. APPROVED FOR VETERANS UNIVERSAL HEAVY CONSTRUCTION SCHOOLS Dept. No. 1041 Suite 130C, 201 W. Burnsville Crosstown Burnsville, Minn. 55378 or phone (612) 890-84S4 13-246-llc 1 i Business Services I 14 FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. Across street west of Safeway. Dial 792-2126. 14-259-tfc THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM Pure Flattery Printed Pattern 9486 SIZES 8-16 t FOR ALL CHAIN SAW SALES & SERVICE, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-290-ltc J & J ELECTRIC — FOR ALL your electrical needs — quick dependable, service — 24 hr. emergency service. Free estimates. Call anytime 7923113. 14-82-tfc We Fix It 16 VACUUM CLEANER RE- pau\„— all makes. Hoses — Switches — etc. Richard Rutten, 1020 N. West - 792-3001. 16-252-12tc Where To Go 17 FEATHER PARTY, ST. Francis parish, Maple River — Saturday night, Nov. 7. 17^258-ltc Good Things To Eat 18 EAT OUT OFTEN MONDAYS & * l TUESDAYS Jj> I i Chicken Dinner \ FRIDAYS I Chicken Fried 4 Steak Dinner _. $1 $135 Curve, cling, swing — three brief words sum up the young flattery of this skimmer. You'll choose it to wear for luncheon dates, gatherings. Printed Pattern 9486: NEW Misses' Sizes 8, 10, 12, 14, 16. Size 12 (bust 34) takes V/B yards 45-inch fabric. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Marian Martin, c/o Carroll Daily Times Heiald. Pattern Dept. 232 West 18th St., New York, N. Y.. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS with ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. NEW Fall-Winter Pattern Catalog. 114 dynamic designs. Free Pattern Coupon. 50 cents. INSTANT SEWING BOOK sew today, wear tomorrow. $1. INSTANT FASHION BOOK — What-to-wear answers, accessory, figure tipsl Only $1. Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED Individual to market silos and equipment in CARROLL AREA. PUTBRESE SALES & DIST. CO. Sac City, Iowa Phone 662-3385. 25-256-6tc Farm Service 30 SIOUX STORAGE AND DRI- All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 30-161-tfc Hatcheries 32 SAVE $3 PER 100 ON HY-LINE pullet chicks by placing your order now for Spring delivery, Hy-Line layers have proved to be the most profitable. They live, lay and pay you profit. CARROLL HATCHERY. 32-258-3fcc Livestock For Sale 41 SATURDAYS Smorgasbord Chicken to eat in or take out plus a complete menu to choose from. GLIDDEN CAFE (Downtown Glidden) 18-249 -ltc Mobile Homes 20 FOR SALE - 1965 SCHULTZ Mobile Home, 10' x 56'. $2,800.00. Phone 792-3918. . 20-253-6tc Male-Female Help 23 WAITRESS, 21 OR OLDER. Carroll Country Club, 7929206 for appointment. 23-255-6te I j FOOD PREPARATION COOK j and waitress. Apply in person. ! See Ed at Paulines. 23-253-6tc {FRY COOK -~ MAN OR WOI man. Pin Oaks. 23-241-tfc I BABYSITTER WANTED FOR \ 4 days, starting Saturday, I Nov. 7, in my home. 792-2717. I 23-258-3tc READ THE WANT ADS 2 PB SPOTTED BOARS. LE- roy Niehaus, Arcadia. 41-256-2tp NATIONALLY ACCREDITED SPF Purebred Hampshire boars. Serviceable age. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-203-50tc S.P.F. LANDRACE AND Hampshire boars. Anthony Meiners, Dedham, Iowa. 41-254-tfc PUREBRED — DUROC, Spotted Poland and Hampshire boars, Feb. and March farrow, herd No. 5-71. Will deliver. Vern Reiman 7 miles North Auburn, Phone 688-7751. 41-201-tfc SPF C H E S T E R-WHITE boars. Elmer Herbers, Manning, Iowa. 41-255-12tp P.B. DUROC BOARS. Accredited 1016. Better Durocs 1894 - 1970. J. H. Samuelson. Kiron 675-2391. 41-243-27tc Pets 46 FOR SALE: 14 WEEK OLD female Beagle puppy, with shots. Paper trained. 792-1566 after 4 p.m. 46-258-2tc Household Goods 51 FREE WATER ANALYIS. Will check for hardness, acid, iron. Will pick up water sample. Call Great Plains Gas, Phone 792-9617. 51-258-6tc For Sale 55 TWO 5.60 X 15 STUDDED whitewall Goodyear snow tires, used only one year, $30. 677-2289 after 6 p.m. 55-257-5tc FORMICA — DISCONTINUED patterns — 40 cents per sq. ft. Vinyl-coated Paneling — $3.25 per cheet. TEMKEN Trailers Mfg. Templeton. 55-258-3tp TESTED AND APPROVED BY millions of homemakers. Blue Lustre carpet cleaner is tops. Rent electric shampooer. Coast to Coast Store. 55-258-ltc For Rent 57 STORAGE FOR COMBINES. Tony Ocken, Templeton. 57-258-3tp For Rent or Sale 59 Instant-Knit Cape THREE BEDROOM MODERN home. For sale on contract or for rent. 792-3389. 59-256-3tc Houses For Sale 63 TO FINANCE THE HOME OF your choice, see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 63-29-tfc JUST COMPLETED A SOUTHSIDE split foyer home. Three large bedrooms with formal dining room and built-in kitchen. Two full baths. Two car garage, central air and finished rec room. Priced at $26,500. Contact the PUDENZ AGENCY, 792-4325, Bob 7924946, Erv 792-9927. Multiple Listing Member. 63-258-2tc SALES DON'T JUST HAPPEN If you are having a problem selling your property there must be a reason for It, and we can help in tnf: solution. Don't kid yourself the price must be in line with known market value and a sales effort of the highest caliber exerted to secure results In today's competitive market. AH of our resources back every piece of property that is listed with us. We have clients looking for good, clean homes, but we need listings. For quick efficient, service, list your property with us. JOHN GNAM REALTY Phone 792-3815 Office in the Thomas Plaza 63-258-2tc Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE, GAS HEAT, $90 PER month. 792-4234 after 6 p.m. 64-254-6tc Take an INSTANT to whip up fashion's newest caper. Use bulky yarn, big needles to knit short or % cape with separate hood. Pattern 7198: NEW sizes 10-16 included. FIFTY CENTS for each pattern — add 25 cents for each pattern for Air Mail and Special Handling. Send to Alice Brooks c/o Carroll Daily Times Herald. Needlecraft Dept., Box 163, Old Chelsea.. Station, New York, N. Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. NEW 1971 Needlecraft Catalog — more Instant fashions, knits, crochets, quilts, embroidery, gifts. 3 free patterns. 50 cents. NEW Complete Instant Gift Book — over 100 gifts for all occasions, ages. Crochet, tie dye, paint, decoupage, knit, sew, quilt — more. $1.00. Complete Afghan Book — fashions, pillows, gifts, more! $1.00. "16 Jiffy Rugs" Book. 50 cents. "50 Instant Gifts" Book. 50 cents. Book of 12 Prize Afghans. 50 cents. Quilt Book 1 — 16 patterns. 50 cents. Museum Quilt Book 2 — patterns for 12 unique quilts. 50 cents. Book 3. "Quilts for Today's Living". 15 patterns. 50 cents. Used Cars & Trucks 71 1967 C H E V E L L E SS 396 4-speed. Owner in Vietnam. 792-3423, Carroll. 71-252-tfc 1963 FORD FAIRLANE 4-DR sedan station wagon, V-8, automatic. Has new paint and new rubber. Sale price, $495. McCarville & Son. 71-258-ltc 1969 OLDS TORONADO, loaded, new tires, low miles & very sharp, $3895. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-258-ltc Auto Service 75 2-BEDROOM HOUSE FOR rent, phone 792-3818. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 TWO BEDROOM DOWN- stairs apartment. Graham Apartments. 792-4122. 65-246-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1950 PONTIAC COUPE, 59,000 actual miles, $75.00, also Chev. engine 348 cu. inches. Dial 792-9500. 71-257-ltc 1967 FORD GALAX IE 500 SE- dan, new tires, 30,000 actual miles. 792-9369. 71-257-3tc 70 DODGE SUPER BEE 2-DR. h'dtop, 4 speed, raly wheels, ram air, just 12,000 local 1 owner miles. Full factory warranty — 5 yrs. or 50,000 mi. 69 Pontiac Firebird 2-dr. h'dtop, V-8, automatic, power steering, bucket seats, padded roof. Immaculate inside & out. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-256-tfc '60 CHEVROLET 4-DR. SE- dan. Automatic, 6-cylinder. Runs good. $125. PETERS MOTORS, INC., Phone 7924352. 71-258-ltc '69 FORD FAIRLANE SPORT Coupe, V-8, Automatic, Radio, Blue with Blue Vinyl Roof, New Whitewall Tires, PETERS MOTORS, INC., Phone 792-4352. 71-258-ltc HOULIHAN MOTOR SERVICE CENTER . . . Used Cars, Engines, Brake Service, Tune- ups, Carburetors, Mufflers and Exhaust Systems. Pickup and Delivery. Hwy. 71 S, Carroll, Phone 4980. 75-82-tfc SAVE MONEY! SAVE TIME! Keep your car on the road. A complete line of automotive parts to do just that at PETERS MOTORS, INC. 75-229-ltc 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 THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale Co., Carroll, Iowa. SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 15— Furniture and household goods auction at 1 p.m. Located at 1509 Birch St., Carroll, Iowa. Mrs. Frank Snyder, owner, Wieland and McCarville auctioneers. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 19— John Werner, Sr. Estate, 2 Carroll Courvty Farms, 1 :30 p.m. 160 acres and 120 acres to be sold in separate parcels. Located 2 miles south, one mile west and Vz mile south of Dedham, la. Wieland & McCarville, auctioneers. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 20— 1 p.m. Dick Northup complete closing out Farm Sale. From north edge of Audubon, 3 miles north, 1 mile east, 1 mile north and 2 miles east. Dave Kerkhoff and Don Randolph, Aucts. Public Notices Iowa laws require that the residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups, may have a personal interest in these notifications. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear in this section. "Notice of Public Sale" Notice is hereby given that on November 16. 1970 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at John Whaley .Chevrolet, Carroll, Iowa to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1969 GMC Pickup Serial NO. CE10DSA19001 General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the fight to bid at this sale. The vehicle is presently stored and may be seen at Gil Merner Motors, Atlantic, Iowa. November 2, 1970 Rotary Club Hears of Life In South America (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The Manning Rotary Club heard an account of life in South America at its regular dinner meeting on Tuesday evening, when Mrs. Tom Streger of Manning told the group, of her summer trip to Colombia to visit her grandparents. Mr. Streger was a guest, as were Manning's foreign students, Mary Chavarria of Bolivia arid Marion Clausnitzer of Germany; a representative of the high school AFS chapter and five visitors from Coon Rapids. Paul Bjorkgren and David Gore are new members of the group. The Pastime Club met Monday in the Plaza basement with 12 present. Cards were played with Pauline Barten winning high and Betty Ohm, low. In the evening, Mrs: Cecelia Nickum showed a Travelogue to club members and other interested viewers. Her slides included scenery and flowers in the Pacific Northwest and views of her recent eastern trip. She surprised a few club members with views of them taken at Black Hawk Lake this summer. She also told of the Sears Environmental Improvement Program which the Sears Foundation has budgeted well over $100,000 in the U.S., granting each state an amount, and each district of garden clubs according to membership. The Manning Garden Club has entered the competition with a landscaping project at the new hospital. Refreshments were served by club members. Pauline Barten was hostess to the Pleasant Hour Club on Wednesday, with Laura Miller as a guest. Emma Koepke won high at cards; Alta Ehlers, second; Mrs. Miller, third. Annette Timmerman entertained the NB Club Wednesday. Betty Ross held high at cards; Beulah Fink, second. Halloween Party for Brownie Troop (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Members of Brownie Troop 78 and their leaders had a Halloween costume party at the Gerald Schroeder home Wednesday evening. The party was planned and supervised by Cadette Scouts as part of their social dependability challenge. Ca- dettes are Nancy Fogleman, Kathy Arp, Jessica Zerwas, Margaret Dentlinger, Suzanne Colling, and JoAnn Justice.-Mrs. Dorothy Arp . is their leader. Brownie leaders are Mrs. Jim Ramsey, Mrs. Larry Handlos, Mrs. Allen Rix and Mrs. Don Klinker. The Happy Hour Club held its October meeting at the home of Betty. Schpba. Following the flag pledge, "If You Knew Susie" was sung. Routine business followed. Fourteen members answered • roll call with a superstition. Dorothy Rowedder's birthday and Irene Genzen's wedding anniversary were noted. Dorothy Sharp and Sharil Lamaack conducted entertainment. Jessie Kuhl entertained the Ugo-Igo Club at a bridge-luncheon. Bernice Ohde and Alma Pahde tied for first prize; Cecile Rohr was second. j Bowling i News JACK «. JILL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POIN , TS Budweiser Beer 21 Circle Key Life In* 19 Hamms Beer •• • 16. 2 Sporleder Livestock Mkt 18 Millers High Life 15 Snappy Popcorn Co 14 Rentes Seed Corn 14 Jerry's Standard 12 \i Vanderheiden Pig. & Htg- 11 Hy-Line Chicks 11 Pabst Blue Ribbon 11 Carroll Bowl 7 High Ind. Single Gama— Men: Roger Behn 213 Ambrose Osterholt 211 Lyle Hein 203 Women: Lorna Tiefenthaler 205 Elva Bernholtz 200 Helen Tiefenthaler 180 High Ind. Three Gamaa— Men: . . . Roger Behm 544 Conrad Bern* 535 Lyle Hein 528 Women: Elva Bernholtz 552 Helen Tiefenthaler - 534 Lorna Tiefenthaler 495 High Team Single Gama— Millers High Life 751 Budweiser Beer "47 Budweiser Beer 720 High Team Three Gamee— Budweiser Beer , 2176 Snappy Popcorn Co 2086 Millers High Life 2073 HITS & MISSES LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Drees Plbg. & Htg 18 Verns Drive-Inn 18 Sharp's Florist 17 Wilt's Econ-Wash 16 Joe's Exec. Club 16 Old Home 16 Moore Bros 15 Dolezal Ins Joe's Paint Center Auburn Lockers w G-Mart •' B.P. Feeds High Ind. Single GameMen: Bob Saylor Gary Quandt Vern Heithoff Women: Joan Schleisman Joan Schleisman Jeanette Brown High Ind. Three GamesMen: Gary Quandt Paul Oswald Vern Heithoff Women: Joan Schleisman Jeanette Brown Helene Stanzyk High Team Single Game- Drees Plbg. & Htg Sharp's Florist Vern's Drive-Inn High Team Three Garnet- Drees Plbg. & Htg 2179 Vern's Drive-Inn Old Home 1979 14 11 11 7 5 210 204 193 191 187 187 562 526 490 537 517 47S 803 735 720 PLAY GIRL LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Strikettes 21 Pin Watcher* 18 Lucky Strikes 16 Lucky 3 IS 18 15 14 14 14 12 7 8 C.B.S. Jills Astros : Alley Cats A.B.E Sandbaggera L.A.M Loafers High Ind. Single Game- Alice Thielen 213 Dorothy Grabner 197 Lucille Peters 195 High -Ind. Three Games— Alice Thielen 521 Charlene Lux 512 Bev Onken 495 High Team Single Game— Jills 567 Strikettes 559 Strikettes 542 High Team Three Game*— Strikettes 1556 Pin Watcher* 1548 Jills 1543 EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS PO,NTS Carroll Lumber 22 Darlenes Lounge 21 Crouse Cartage 21 Tony's Lounge fl Elk's 18<i Bauer Livestock 1712 B&H Super Valu If Schlitzers JS',a Corner Inn Whaley's Chevrolet l« Deardvtff's 10 Peters Motors • High Ind. Single Game— Helene Stanzyk JJj Agnes Oberding 204 Sharon Petersen 200 High Ind. Three Gamee— Helene Stanzyk 558 Sharon Petersen 548 Agnes Olberding 518 High Team Single Game— Bauer Livestock 89f Elk's §79 Darlese's Lounge 8J» High Team Three Gamea— Bauer Livestock 2541 Darlene'* Lounge 2503 Elk's 2408 WOODCHOPPERS LEAGUE TEAM STANDINGS POINTS Red Carpet 32 Allen Travel Agency 24 Bierl's Parkway Furniture .... 22 Center Pharmacy 19 Golden Nugget 1814 Foley's Rest- Home IB Carroll Bowl H St. Anthony Hospital 17 Falstaff Beer 15 Dart Service 15 Modern Beauty Salon Dar-Robs-Fashi-Tone — 9 High Ind. Single Game— Nita Campbell 204 Linda Mount 198 Bets Behn ... 194 High Ind. Three Game*— Nita Campbell vU Gin Knobbe 497 Jeri White 484 High Team Single Game— Bierl's Parkway Furniture .... 87B Bierl's Parkway Furniture .... 849 Golden Nugget 848 High Team Three Gamaa— Red Carpet 2507 Bierl's Parkway Furniture 2487 St. Anthony Hospital 2378 Illinois Family in Westside, Manning (Times Herald New* Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wiebers and family of Downers Grove, HI., spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wiebers at Westside, and Mrs. Harry Carstens and Mrs. Caroline Grimm at Manning. Mrs. Stella Biere of Anamosa was a house guest of Edna Rohwer several days last week, and also visited other relatives in the area. Visiting Hilda and Malinda Rickers Thursday afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. William Rickers of Omaha. Mrs. Leslie Jensen spent last week in Ames with Mrs. Wayne Maak and sons while Mr. Maak was on a fishing trip to Star Lake, Minn. FT. KNOX HISTORY FT. KNOX, Ky. (AP) - Ft. Knox, operated as an artillery training center from 1918 to 1922, was designated a national forest from 1926 to 1932 and turned over to civilian caretakers. Col. Daniel Van Voorhis selected the site in 1932 and the post became a mechanized training base for the army until 1940 when it was changed to an armored training center. Timet Hareta*, Carroll, la. A Monday, Nor. 2, 1970, * • Election (Continued From Page 1) 35 governorships and a new House of Representatives. Many races were cliff-hangers, but it appeared virtually certain Democrats would retain control of Congress and pick up several governorships. Nixon, who had joined Vice President Spiro T. Agnew in a concentrated 35-state campaign blitz, goes on nationwide television tonight to sound an election eve appeal for more Republicans in Congress. In the prime time replay of weekend campaign speeches, Nixon will hit again at the GOP's law-and-order theme, calling on "the great silent majority" to speak out in the polling booth "against the appeasement of the rock throwers and the obscenity shouters in America." Democrats responded by demanding free network time to answer what Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, called "the Republican tactics of fear and division." Most Democratic candidates have pitched their campaigns on the pocketbook issues of inflation and unemployment, and Democratic National Chairman Lawrence F. O'Brien said the election is "in a sense a referendum on the administration, its policy and its records—.the President and the vice president." As the rough-and-tumble campaign neared an end, politicians debated whether Republicans would succeed in slicing into the Democrats' 57-43 edge in the Senate and 243-187 margin in the House, and whether Democrats would cut down the GOP's 32-18 lead in governorships. O'Brien said Democrats "will maintain our position in the House, will continue to have a majority in the Senate and will have a significant gain in governorships." Republican Chairman Rogers, C. B. Morton countered: "We will have a victory ... if we hold our own or do well in the Senate, and break the tradition of losing in off-year elections in the House " "If we break even, it would be pretty good," said Nixon's communications chief, Herb Klein, in a comment indicative of the steady lowering of election sights that have emanated from the White House in recent weeks. • Politics (Continued From Page 1) characterize Democrats as being soft on law and order and violent dissent, Hughes said: "None of us condones people who bomb and burn, who radicalize and destroy. But when they talk about law and order, and all our other problems, the Washington administration still blames the Democrats and the Ray administration in Des Moines still blames me. When in the hell does it become 'their problem?" Hughes asserted that six years of progress made during his tenure as governor has been allowed to slide during two years since Ray took office. But if Hie Democrats do their precinct work and mobilize their supporters on election day, he said, Fulton can win and "we can reverse this crescendo to crash that's been started under the Ray administration." Stressing the importance of every vote, Hughes noted that he was elected to the Senate in 1968 by a margin which averaged out to fewer than three votes per precinct across the state. "In this election we canot afford to say that one vote won't make any difference," he said. "If three fewer people in every precinct had voted for me in 1968, we'd have a different U.S. Senator today. That's how important every vote is." Increase in Fines by Lower Courts (By Iowa Daily Press Association) DES MOINES — Justices of the Peace and other minor court officials handled 186,348 cases in fiscal 1969, an increase of 8,129. A state audit released Monday shows that the J.P.'s, police judges, mayors and municipal court judges assessed fines totaling $3,524,428, an increase of $385,000 over the previous year. Wieses Sell Bulls to Firm In South Africa (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — SoetveMe Farms, Ltd. of Verenniging, South Africa, have purchased two yearling bulls, Battle Intense 942 and WF Beau Intense 908 from Wiese and Sons of Manning. They were selected by a representative of the South African firm in mid-summer after he completed a tour of Hereford ranches in the United States. The Wiese firm delivered the bulls to Houston, Tex., where they were put on a vessel which set sail Oct. 27, to be at sea 22 days before docking at Cape Town, South Africa. The animals will enter quarantine before their shipment to Soetvelde Farms. George W. Opperman, Manning Brown Swiss breeder, is one of 36 Brown Swiss breeders from nine states who consigned registered Brown Swiss to the Kentucky National Brown Swiss Show and Sale in Louisville, Oct. 31. Bill Gustafson, herdsman for ManCryCo Farms at Manning, recently was named champion herdsman at the Central National Holstein Show at Madison, Wis. He received a gold watch and briefcase. Gustafson was in charge of the 18 Iowa entries in the show, which included 4 from ManCryCo. Gustafson also won the herdsman- ship award at the National Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo, the Iowa State Fair and the Nebraska State Fair. • Hijacker (Continued From Page 1) was just very, very proud." Two coeds aboard the jet as passengers said a Cuban militiaman gave the gunman a warm greeting ait the Havana airport. "When we landed, I saw the guy in the khaki uniform patting him on the back as they were walking away," said 19ryear-old Deborah Ferguson of San Diego. Jacquie Elcomb, another 18- year-old student from San Diego, said the militiaman and the gunman kept up the close contact as they disappeared from view. The two children left the plane with the gunman. They had remained in the plane's coach area during the flight, playing with toys or talking with stewardesses. Crewmen said the hijacker delayed his departure from the aircraft long enough to retrieve a fishing rod he had carried aboard in San Diego. The plane landed in Miami at 7:24 a.m. today after spending about three hours on the ground in Cuba. • Fatalities (Continued From Page 1) or-treater" in Atlantic. Kent Hackwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Hackwell of Atlantic, apparently darted in front of an oncoming car on U.S. 6 in the city. Other Saturday victims wera Charles Seastrandt, 39, of Dubuque, killed near Welton when he apparently lost control of his car; Elizabeth Kdlasch, 40, of Swea City; Albert Thomas Que- ery, 45, of Mason City; and Richard E. Swisher of Sheridan, Mo. Victims of a two-car crash Fry day night were Lettie Castle, 34, of rural Perry and Lola Peters, 45, of rural Dawson. Three from Huxlev Guests at Auhurn (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert and Mrs. William Bader, Huxley, were weekend guests in the homes of Mrs. W. A. Buttolph and Mrs. C. E. Brown. Connie Barto, who attends the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barto and family- Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich visited Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Seeber in Des Moines. They also called at Huxley on Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert who recently returned from a two- week trip to California. Lena Williamson and Frances Parker, Council Bluffs, visited Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman. They also called on Mrs. Lottie Gorman at Shady Oaks, Lake City. Two of the U. S. presidents were father and son — John Adams and John Quincy Adams.

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