Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 27, 1967 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, October 27, 1967
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There's Goldjn Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words-. $2.00 AU over 20 words 80 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch Additional insertions. ftOUlllUll. 1 * *•*«?«.* vavi.jj—.. ...i . _..^i.1U Classified displays taken until 10 a m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday througft Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word_ Six days, per word seen DVIU& TO TELL ABOUT HIS EUROPEAN TOUR, BUT MCBODYU ASK! .$1.80 .$1.40 .24 cent? .36 cent* Business Opportunities 5 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY: Active cash and carry grocery business and home combination. Books open to prospective purchasers. — CONTACT — CLET'S GROCERY Carroll, Iowa (PLEASE—no .telephone information.) y 5-251-3tc Announcements 6 PLEASE BE OUR GUEST . . . Sharp Florist 1967 Fall and Christmas Demonstration. Thursday, November 9, 7:30 p.m. Carroll High School Auditorium. 6-243-14tc HALLMARK GREETING cards — Handsomely designed messages for birthdays, showers, weddings, anniversaries. You'll find an appropriate greeting for every occasion among our complete display. Stone Printing Co. 6-279-tfc Business Services 14 FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-289-ltc Male-Female Help 23 HELP WANTED: STEADY permanent position to right individual, heating plumbing and air conditioning line of work. Apply Drees Co. Inc., Carroll. 23-250-5tc WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK day shift, starting wage $1.40 after 30 days 1.56 per hour. Apply at Ocoma Foods Co. or Iowa State Employment Office. 23-250-6tc IDEAL POSITION FOR LADY to live in and care for lady, new home with all modern conveniences, close to churches, board and room and wages. Contact Mrs. Harold Bierl. 23-251-6tc IURIKA SUPIR 95 LIGHTWEIGHT VACUUM CLEANER Soft Vinyl grip. Easy-roach power switch. Simple quick (lamps moke changing disposable dust bag a snap. Adjustable brush. Cord storage. Swivel noxzle. 2-stage blower. $1995 MODEL 95 EUREKA POLISHER Polishos, Waxes, Scrubs For Complete Floor Care ftig oversize brushes clean wider path. Special rug dolly lets you shampoo rwas, loo, without harih scrubbing or matting. Automatic toe- touch handle release. $1995 Male-Female Help OPENING FULLER BRUSH route, East half Carroll County, taking applications now. Write or phone Otto Bluml, 792-4536, Carroll. 23-251-3tc EXPERIENCED EXECUTIVE secretary for downtown modern office. 40 hour week, salary open, many fringe benefits, must have shorthand. One of the most interesting jobs in Carroll. Write Box P, Times Herald. 23-253-4tc OFFICE SECRETARY AND receptionist. Shorthand, typing, bookkeeping. $60.00 per week to start. Write P.O. Box 607, Carroll. 23-253-4tc DAYTIME COOK, APPLY IN person. Elk's Club, contact Paul Handles. 23-250-5tc GIRL WANTED. 9 TO 4:30 NO nights or Sundays. Apply in person, Main Ice Cream Parlor. 23-252-3tc NITE-COOK, 6 TO 2. Ph. 4889 or 9141. 23-252-6tc BEST HOUSE CLEANER IS A Want Ad. Don't clean around your "don't needs" — clean them up and sell 'em for cash with a Want Ad. Dial 3573. Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: GENERAL CAR- penter work, cabinets, garage and general remodeling. Larry Hutchinson. Dial 11 on 96 Lanesboro. 24-251-6tc Farm Service 30 CORN COMBINING WITH new Case. Leonard Golwitzer, Glidden. 30-253-5tp Hatcheries 32 BUY THE BEST. BUY YOUR worm capsules, water wormers, de-lousing powders and other poultry needs from the Carroll Hatchery. Always a complete line of poultry supplies and medications. Carroll Hatchery. 32-252-3tc Livestock For Sale 41 FOR SALE: PUREBRED Hamp boars, serviceable age. Guaranteed, Ray Brincks, Phone Auburn 172 or 200, 41-181-9tc PUREBRED BOARS: HAMP- shire and Poland China, top quality with excellent cut-out records. Harold and Charles Curtis, % mile West of Churdan. Ph. 685-3488. Guaranteed and delivered. 41-238-tfc 100 YORKSHIRE FEEDER pigs. Ed Nobiling, Carroll. 41-253-tfc ACCREDITED SPF HAMP- shire spring boars. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 41-215-tfc NATIONALLY ACCREDITED S.P.F. Chester White boars, and S.P.F. Spotted boars. Charles Nissen, Manning. 6535416. 41-252-6tc KEEP BUSIER WITH THE service you offer by advertising regularly in the classified columns. Never a better time than now to start your ad. Just phone 3573, ask for an ad taker. Household 'Goods 51 CUSTOMERS TELL US cleaning carpets the convenient way with new Host is a homemakers dream. Rent machine $1. Prenger's Furniture. 51-252-3tc G.E. COPPERTONE 30 INCH Americana two oven range. Rotisser'ie: Pot watcher burner: Infra red broiler: Skylight window oven. Phone 792-3570 Carroll, evenings. 51-253-3tc REPOSESSED' APPLIANCES for sale. All good. Take over payments. United Refrigerator Freezer combination, Avocado green Magic Chef gas range, Westinghouse refrigerator. Phone 792-3570 Carroll or 792-3706 evenings. 51-251-3tc CHARMING THREE BED- room older home. Kitchen, dining, living room. Smartly decorated. Comes Real Estate. Phone 4295 or 9768. 63-252-2tc For Sale 55 GOOD USED RECORDS, KEL- ly's Coin Machine, 630 Grant Rd. 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., 55-240-tfc MODEL 70, WINCHESTER 243, heavyweight. Call 6849240 after 3 p.m. 55-251-3tc NEW ! ! 1968 ! ! Nos. 219, 219 SL, 217Vi> T, 217Vi RE USED 1967 217%T self-contained. 1967 214 heater, sleeps 6. 8 ft. pick-up camper, priced to sell. 1965 Yamaha 55 CC, oil injection, $125.00. GREEN'S WINNEBAGO TRAILER SALES LAKE CITY, IOWA 55-253-ltc FOR SALE: 3 BEDROOM trailer house. 10x55 feet, complete with good sized lot. Completely furnished, has air conditioning, refrigerator and range. Curtains go with it. Will sell on contract with low down payment. Phone 9880 after 6 p.m. 55-250-5tc FOR SALE: NEW AND USED Brady Equipment. Elmer Kruse, Glidden. 55-252-12tp TREAT RUGS RIGHT, they'll be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-249-6tc FOR SALE: SEPTIC TANKS. We deliver and install. Egyptian Concrete Burial Vault Company, Lake View, Iowa. 55-64-ltc SIAMESE KITTENS. PH. 6593155. 55-253-ltp 1966 YAMAHA SCRAMBLER 250 CC. Phone 792-3570 Carroll or 792-3706 evenings. 55-253-3tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. • 55-243-tfc Wanted To Rent 58 GARAGE FOR CAR, IN 127 South Second area. Write P.O. Box 142, Carroll. 58-253-2tc Houses For Sale 63 SHOPPING FOR A NEW house? Look for the MEDALLION symbol. 63-249-6tc EURIKA WHISK . . . HANDIEST HAND VAC YOU'VE EVER USED 1 It has its own filter. It has Its own bag. It has the sam« power as Eureka'* Lightweight. Contour nosile. Disposable dust bag. Perfect for the house, perfect for the car. $| 995 J. W. DANIEL ELECTRIC Dial 792-2551 106 W. 6th Carroll SOMETHING NEW! Beginning Monday, October 30, the Elks will be serving a Noon Luncheon from 11:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Menu: Hot Plate Special of the Day, Home- Made Soup and a variety of Sandwiches. We are starting this service at the request of several Elk Members on a trial basis. If a success, we will continue these noon lunches. Elks, Ladies and Guests welcome! Houses For Sale 63 MAMA-MIA! 0\vner being transferred and we are offering this fine three bedroom completely carpeted home with wardrobe closets, birch kitchen, walkout type basement with finished rec. room and garage. Present loan may be assumed. $17,000-walk in. JOHN GNAM REAL ESTATE PHONE 3815 63-253-ltc NEW THREE BEDROOM home with attached garage. Located close to public school. Beautiful carpet in three bedrooms and livingroom. Big semi-finished basement. Can be bought $500 down payment and balance like rent on 25 years. Phone 9880 after 6 p.m. 63-250-5tc BUYING A NEW HOME NOW is easier than you think. You can trade yours in on a lovely home in Applewood Knolls, or buy it on easy monthly terms with a work agreement. Lets get together and talk about it. Phone 9360 or 4318 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. or call 9030 evenings or weekends. Bierl Development Co. 63-252-3tc Houses For Rent 64 2 BEDROOM HOME, SOUTH side, good garage, adults please. Call 2353 between 8:30 and 11:30 a.m. 64-253-3tc FOR RENT, 2 BEDRpOM house, available Nov. 1. Call 4776 before 5:00 p.m. 64-251-tfc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc TRAILER FOR RENT. PH. 4122. 64-244-tfc FURNISHED West 2nd. HOUSE. 635 64-203-6tp 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, NOV. 1. Call 2394. 64-252-3tp 3 BEDROOM HOUSE IN GLID- den. Nov. 1. Ph. 659-3664. 64-252-3tp Apartment For Rent 65 UPSTAIRS APT. PARTLY furnished. Utilities paid, $50 per month, north side. Ph. 9736. 65-204-ltc NEAR NEW 2 BEDROOM DU- plex, heat, stove, refrigerator, and garage furnished. Available immediately. Ph. 4173. 65-251-3tc DOWNSTAIRS, 2 BEDROOM, northside, close-in. Available Nov. 1. Heat furnished, reasonable. Call Pudenz Real Estate, dial 4324. 65-252-2tc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc Farms For Sale 67 160 ACRES WITH NEW cattle shed, farrowing house, machine shed. Good home, new water system, in good territory. Frank Hoffmann, ph. 2210. 67-253-3tc FOR SALE: 217 ACRE WELL- improved Victoria township farm on contract; 160 unimproved Victoria township farm on contract, Herman Henkenius, Massena, Iowa. 67-253-ltp Used Cars & Trucks 71 REPOSESSED USED CARS for sale. Take over payments. 1966 Ford Galaxie 500 two door hardtop, 1964 Chevrolet 2 door sedan, 1963 Ford two door sedan, 1959 G.M.C. Diesel tractor, 1959 Chamberlain 36 ft. grain trailer. Phone 7923570 Carroll or 792-3706 evenings. 71-251-3tc 1967 FORD T-BIRD LANDAU 4 dr., factory air, power steering and disc brakes. Under factory warranty, immaculate throughout. 1964 Chevy Biscayne, station wagon. 6 cyl. straight stick, plenty of solid transportation here. Wittrock Motors. 71-253-ltc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1962 DODGE DART, 6 CYL. 4 dr. sedan, A local car in top condition. McCarville and Son. 71-253-ltc WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. Try one today. 1964 FORD 4 DR. AUTO. RA- dio and clean. $995.00. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-253-ltc 35 TO SEE AND DRIVE! If you want a top notch COMPLETELY reconditioned late model used car, you'll find 35 real good ones here. We're ready to deal, too at YOUR price. Make us an offer on the one you like. No reasonable offer will be refused. We're open evenings too. BILL BURGESS MOTORS At the West Edge of Carroll on Highway 30. 71-219-tfe 1961 CHEVROLET 2 DR. H'TP, V-8, straight stick. Owner in service. Ph. 2026. 71-252-2tc Auto Service 75 Parent-Teacher Conferences Set November 6 • 10 The first of the parent- ieacher conferences to be held this year in the Carroll Community Schools for elementary and junior high grades have been scheduled for Nov. 6-10, varying with the school location. At Dedham, conferences will be held Nov. 10, and no school will be held there that day. Conferences will be held Nov. 9 and 10 at the Maple River School, when no classes will meet. In Carroll, classes will be dismissed early for the entire week, in order that teachers and parents may meet after 2 p.m., with the exception of morning kindergarten classes. They will be dismissed at 10 a.m. during the week, so that their parents may meet then. Parents of students in all the schools will be notified by the teachers about the time re- icrved for their conferences. If any parent is unable to meet at the suggested time, he is invited to contact the teacher to make other arrangements. School bus schedules have been changed for the week to accommodate the early dismissal hours at the Carroll school. The regular kindergarten busses will leave at 10 a.m. daily. The Maple River, city afternoon bus and special country busses will leave at 2:05 p.m. daily. The Sheridan, Breda and Dedham busses will run again at the regular 3:30 p.m. time to take home high school students. Elementary and junior high school children are asked not to remain at school or on the playground following dismissal unless it is absolutely unavoidable, Elementary Principal Walter L. Blake said Saturday. SAVINGS PLUS With Each $3.00 Gas Purchase YOU GET Your Choice 6-Pak of Gum ........................ 9c Drinking Glass ..... ............. 9c Coffee Cup .............................. 9 C 4 Roll Bathroom Tissue ............... 9c Liquid Detergent ............ 9c STOP IN TODAY ROY'S (MM.!!) SERVICE Roy Huegerich, Prop. Dial 792-9198 603 N. West 229-2tc CHARLEY SEZ: PETERS MO- tors skilled mechanics will get to the bottom of what's wrong with your car and make it right. Free itemized esti mates." 75-112-ltc Public Notice , Iowa laws require that the residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain Individuals, as well a* groups, may have a personal Interest In these notifications. Often the publication is the only public notice. To Itecp well Informed readers should check carefully the notices which appear in this section, IN THE DISTRICT COURT OK THE STATE OK IOWA IN AND I'OB CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL ESTATE AT PUBLIC AUCTION Probate No. 9153 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN J. BLUM, DECEASED. TO: Josephine Blum; Leo Blum- Lawrence Blum; Cletus Blum; Leonard Blum; Genevleve Sheanan: Agnes Huebner; Jeanette Rushenberg; Dorothy Knobbc LaVerne Collison; Mark Collison; Colleen Collison; Kathleen Collison; Cecelia Miller; Edward Martin Blum; Ester Eleanor (Blum) Wageman; Frederick M Blum; Richard Blum; Paul Frederick Blum; Mildred Schechlng- er; Robert Von Tersch; Eugene Von Tersch; Elizabeth \on Tersch (Sr. Nathaniel); Darlene Rau; Bonnie Magure; Dean Von Tersch; Carol Kearns; Rebecca Gross; Betty Sue Will; Scott Will; Douglas Will; David Green as Guardian as Lltem for Re- gecca Gross; Betty Sue Will. Scott Will and Douglas Will; and TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: You and each of you are hereby notified that the following described real estate, to-wlf. The North Half (N%) of Section Twenty-five (25), Township Eighty-two (82) North Range Thirty seven (37), West, of the 5th P.M., Crawford County, Iowa, will be offered for sale at public auction on. November 2, 1967, at 10:00 A.M. C.S.T., at the coutroom n the Carroll County Courthouse In Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa. You are further notified that said property will first be offered for sale in two parcels, the east half of said.half section and the west half of said half section, and subsequently offered as one parcel, to be sold the most advantages to the sellers. The executors (sellers) reserve the right to reject any and all bids at said sale. Take notice and govern yourselves accordingly. LEONARD BLUM JOSEPHINE BLUM Executors of the Estate of John Blum, deceased. By Richard H. Crandall First National Bank Bldg Manning, Iowa ATTORNEY FOR EXECUTORS Oct, 20, 27, 1967 Manning Gets 64 Pints Over Its Blood Quota (Time* Herald Newg Service) MANNING — A total of 149 pints of blood — 64 over quota — was received by the Rec Cross Bloodmobile in Manning Thursday. There were 153 do nors with only four, rejected. Hours of the visit at the Le gion Hall were noon to 6 p.m. however it took an additiona two hours to complete the work after doors were closed. Dr W. P. Chandler was chairman and donors had been contacts by Mrs. Donald Joens. The unit's visit here was co-spon sored by the Rotary Club and the American Legion Auxiliary Traffic Takes 5 More Lives By The Associated Press Five persons were killed in traffic accidents as the state's first snowfall blanketed Iowa roads and highways. The victims included John McCullough, 72, of Centerville, the Rev. Arthur Odden, 69, oi Lake Mills; 4-year-old Stacy Crouch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Crouch of Washta, and Clyde E. Purcell, 23, anc his mother, Madeline Purcell, 46, both of Bussey. Purcell and his mother lost their lives on icy Iowa highway 14 about three miles north of Knoxville, when their car collid. ed with a truck. Pansy Goodell, about 20, of Knoxville, a pas senger, was in serious condition at a Knoxville hospital. McCullough was killed Thurs day when, authorities said, his car passed another vehicle on snow-slick Iowa 60 near Moravia, slipped off the road and then hit the rear of a truck owned by Ovel Helton of Kirks ville, Mo. The Rev. Mr. Odden died in the collision of his car and s Great Northern train at a cross; ing near Leland. The Crouch girl was fatally in jured Thursday when, author! ties said, the car driven by her mother went off Iowa 31 near Cherokee and rolled down a 75 foot embankment. IN RHODE ISLAND QUONSET POINT, R. I. Aviation Electrician's Mate Airman Victor J. Hornick Jr. USN, son of Mrs. Mary H Hornick of 320 S. Elm, Carroll has reported for duty with Heli copfer Anti-Submarine Squad ron Eleven at the Naval Aii Station, Quonset Point, R.I. The air station serves as a base of operations for major elements of the Atlantic Fleet's anti-submarine forces, including air- oraft carriers and anti-submarine squadrons. Imei Herald, Carroll, la. •/ Friday, Oct. 27, 1967 / Marsha Schneider ARC Aivards Scolarship to Miss Schneider Marsha Schneider, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schneider of Carroll, was announced as •ecipient of a $100 scholarship 'or special education workers, at a meeting of the Carroll bounty Association for Re- ;arded Children Thursday night at the Farm Bureau building. A 1967 graduate of Kuemper, Wiss Schneider has been work- ng at the Glenwood Hospital- School under a government- iponsored program. At this time she is one of four workers n a ward of 25 children, each responsible for six charges. She will attend morning classes at Omaha University and continue her work at Glenwood in the afternoons. The scholarships are granted to qualified persons in the county who are taking courses involving mental retardation in an accredited school. This is the first scholarship given to anyone other than a special education teacher. The program was started to encourage young people to enter the fiek of mental retardation, where there is a shortage of qualified personnel. Gifts from the Coon Rapids Federated Women's Club for the Glenwood and Woodwarc children at Christmas were on display. Included were terry cloth slippers, bibs, small blan kets and dolls. This is an an nual project for the club. Committees for the Chris 1 mas party were appointed, t include Mrs. Cyril Reiling am Mrs. Merle Schoeppner, pro gram; Mrs. Dale Berns, gifts Mrs. Maibt Rothmeyer and Mrs Calvin Edwards, food. The group voted to take ove responsibility of the annua Christmas «party for the Carrol County Home that Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton have man aged for the last 18 years. They will be in charge of arrange ments this year. Final plans were made for the Halloween party to be belt Oct. 31 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fireside Room at Tony's Restau rant. The party is for all re tarded children and their parents, and they may attend in costume if they wish. After the meeting, the group carvec jack-o-lanterns for the Halloween party. Pumpkins were do nated by Mrs. Joe Riesburg of Carroll. Committees were appointee to prepare fund drive brochures for mailing in the towns Nov 12 to Nov. 23 in conjunction with National Retarded Chil dren's Week. Don Robertson president of the association thanked Mrs. Heuton and Mrs Donald Nevins for preparing this year's brochure. Mrs. Nev ins announced that donations to this year's fund drive had been received from Russell Wun schel, who is this year's hon orary chairman, and a memo rial fund honoring the late B. B Lehman. 87 Pints of Blood Donated at Coon Rapids COON RAPIDS- Eighty- even pints of blood were col- :cted from residents of Coor lapids, Dedham and surround- ng area when the Red Cross Bloodmobile was at the Chrisian Church Wednesday, Oct 5. The quota was 93 pints. Vinety-five persons reported to he bloodmobile but eight were leferred for medical reasons. Mrs. Orrin Oliver was chair- nan of the project and Mrs. Dick M i d d 1 e t o n was donor :hairman. Bruce Annear, Sam Bukoff, )on Halverson, Mary Middle- on, Dolly Spoo, and Viola former qualified as members f the "Two Gallon Club" and Ronald R. Brower, Edwin J. "ult, Scott Mason, Lyle L. 'aulsen, Paul Douglas Schreck, and Dr. Richard E. Shirbroun as members of the "One Gallon Hub". Physicians who contributed heir services during the day were Drs. Allen Antieberg, Robert Christensen and Homer ikinner, all of Carroll. Nurses on duty, in addition to ,he four Red Cross nurses and wo technicians, were Wesdames Maurice Miller, Wayne Textor, William Young, Charles Corsaut, Leo Schwenk, and James Smith. Aides, hostesses and typists were Mesdames Dennis Bran- wn, Leonard Lamprecht, Adeaide Carpenter, Maurice iampbell, Frank Clayburg, 3on Smouse, Milo R o,b e r t s, Walter Umbach, Paul Nelson, "erald Flack, Scott Mason, and Mark Sullivan. The noon lunch was served by Mrs. Paul Slaybaugh, Mrs. Wilfred Wallace and Mrs. Emma Nielsen of the C.W.F. of the Christian Church. The canteen was in charge of the Rural Garden Club, with Mrs. Wendell Emery serving as chairman. Others assisting during the day were Mrs. Wayne Seastrom, Mrs. Floyd Kretzinger, Mrs. Marvin Yeager, Mrs. Wayne H a g a n, Mrs. Willard Smith, and Mrs. Jack Hamaker. The American Legion and Garst & Thomas furnished help to unload and load the equipment. Those who helped were Bill Davis, Jay Scott, Jerry Andersen, Alan Johnston, Don Halverson, Donald Richards, Bill Geiger and Dave Stuhr. Recruiters who contacted donors were Mesdames Loretia Rafferty, Dick Rafferty, David Garst, Harris Hess, Maurice Campbell, Arnold Christensen, Ralph Hoover, Raymond Cadwallader, Alan Johnston, Ernest Beyerink, Val Tuel, H. H. Scott, Sam Bukoff, Wes Thomas, Milo Roberts, Neal Shir- broun, Gerald Flack, Jack Alex, and Drexel Nixon. The chairman expressed appreciation to all donors, workers and persons who helped in any way with the community project. New Book List at Carroll Library A new book list published bj the American Library Assn. i, now available free at the Car roll Public Library, it was an nounced Friday by Gordon S Wade, librarian. The list is entitled "Outstand ing Fiction for College Bount Students" and consists of 60 novels considered to be re quired reading for prospective college students. The library has all of the books on the list including Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, An American Tradgedy by Theodore Dreiser The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway, Cry the Beloved Country by Alan Pa ton, The Catcher in the Rye by J. D. Salinger, Fathers am Sons by Ivan Turgenev, and Look Homeward Angel by Thomas Wolfe, just to mention a few. 900 at Farm Bureau Dinner Nearly 900 persons were served at the annual dinner and entertainment of the Carroll County Farm Bureau Thursday night at the Starline Ballroom. The ham dinner was prepared by Farm Bureau Women and members of boys' and girls' 4-H Clubs assisted with the serving. Kenneth P i e t i g, president, was master of ceremonies and introduced other officers and Farm Bureau office personnel. Guests at the dinner were representatives of adjoining Farm Bureaus and the press and radio. Ray Reiff will assume the presidency Nov. 1. M. H. Van Valkenburg, presented door prizes to E m i 1 Sherer, Henry Friedman, Henry Kramer, and prizes to 28 other. Entertainment included vocal selections by Morris Heithoff, RAVE winner sponsored by Farm Bureau Women; Jeff Jochims, who played a medley on the piano; a humorous philosophical talk "A Tail Hold on Tomorrow" by John Gamon of Washington; and several numbers from out-of-town, including Walter Henderson of Des Moines, who sang Negro spirituals; Duilio Mardini of Madrid, an accordionist and singer; Karen and Peggy Young of Ames, who did separate song and dance routines, and Renee Stuedemann of Clinton, a baton twirler. They were accompanied by Bill Riley of Des Moines, who was their master of ceremonies.

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