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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classified Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM Up to 20 words AU over 20 word CARD OF THANKS ,$2.00 ie per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -S1.60 ...$1.40 Per column Inch Additional Insertions.. 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 won Six days, per word _24 cent* _36 centi Male-Female Help 23 Cards of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank Father Sul- Kowski, all the sisters, doctors and nurses for the wonderful care I received while at St. Anthony's Hospital. Mrs. Otto Fix 3-257-ltp N1TE-COOK, 6 TO 2. Ph. 4889 or 9141. 23-252-6tc INSURE YOUR MERRY Christmas! Earn Christmas money selling nationally ad- vertized Avon gift sets. Write Box 201, Carroll or call 7929627, Jane Kuse. 23-255-6tc For Rent 57 Used Cars & Trucks 71 Announcements 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 TEEN HOP FIFTH GENERATION SUN., NOV. 5 B&J TAVERN HALBUR, IOWA Farm Service 30 CORN COMBINING WITH new Case. Leonard Golwitzer, Glidden. 30-253-5tp Farm Products 31 INSTALL YOUR BOHLMAN concrete cattle and hog waterer now. Long lasting and economical to operate. Carroll Hatchery. 31-255-3tc Investments Hatcheries 32 A COMPLETELY NEW WORMER: ATGARD DICHLARAS SWINE WORMER controls all three major gastrointestinal worms in swine without fasting, setbacks, or bad effects. Absolutely guaranteed. Carroll Hatchery. 32-255-3tc BUILDING FOR RENT 80'xllO' Glass Front HIGHWAY LOCATION BUILDING IN EXCELLENT CONDITION — DIAL — 792-3161 or 792-9829 Between Hours of 9 A.M. until 5 P.M. 57-257-3tc Wanted To Rent 11 FOR INFORMATION AND QUOTATIONS ON ALL MUTUAL FUNDS CALL YOUR BROKER R. G. Dickinson Gr Co. Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 Farm Machinery 33 USED PIANO. MRS. SCHLOR- holtz, ph. 4245. 58-255-3tc Houses For Sale 63 NEW HOLLAND MODEL 350 grinder-mixer. Ph. 2015, or write Bill Gehling, Jr., Rt. 1. 33-255-3tp Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED SPOT AND Hampshire boars. Nationally accredited SPF herd. Allen Nissen, 4 miles West, 3 1 /* miles North of Manning. 41-256-12tc MOVE IN TODAY. FOUR bedrooms. Large kitchen, family room. Garage. Comes Real Estate. Ph. 4295. 63-256-2tc NEW HOME BUYERS You get a lot of extra value if it's a MEDALLION home. 63-255-6tc CLASSIFIEDS ADVERTISE TO your advantage. Phone 3573. Carroll, Iowa NATIONALLY ACCREDITED S.P.F. Chester White boars, and S.P.F. Spotted boars. Charles Nissen, Manning. 6535416. 41-252-6tc CHOICE NORTH SIDE LOCA- tion. A IVa story four bedroom ranch type. Newly decorated and carpeted throughout. Separate dining room. Family room with fireplace. Finished basement. Central air conditioning. Two car garage and many other features. Owner would consider trade for city or farm property. For more particulars contact: Jo Jin Gnam. Ph. 3815. 63-256-2tc CLEAR THE DECKS SALE! 1967 CARS DEMOS-RENTALS OUT THEY GO PRICES SO LOW They Can't Be Advertised 'Stop in For A Printed Price List 1967 FORD CUSTOM—2 door— 8 cyl.—3 speed trans. -^- Brittany Blue—289 V-8 Engine. 1967 FORD GALAXIE— 4 dr.— Hard Top^-Clearwater Aqua— 390 V-8 Eng.—Power Steering —Tinted Windshield—Deluxe Seat Belts — Remote Control Mirror — Wheel Covers — Radio. 1967 FORD FAIHLANE 500—2 dr. Hard Top—3 speed trans. —Burnt Amber—Radio — 390 V-8 Eng.—Vinyl Trim—Tinted Windshield—Wheel Covers. 1967 FORD LTD —4 dr. Hard Top —Silver Frost —390 V-8 Eng.—Cruise O Matic—Power Seat 6 way—Power Steering— Power Brakes—Selectaire Conditioner—Manual Rear Antenna—Radio — Rear Speaker — Tinted Glass — Deluxe Seat The Rail $56.71 3-Speed, Hand and Foot Brake, Gear Shift. For Boys and Girls. None Finer. -Available At- ROY'S SERVICE Roy Huegerich, Prop. 603 N. West 72-257-ltc YOU HAVEN'T BEGUN TO read today's paper until you have, read every ad on this page. 6-144-6tp Public Notice Houses For Rent 64 Livestock Strayed 44 ll-255-5tc •VXN^ 14 Business Services FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES • and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-289-ltc PLUMBING: STOOLS, TUBS, lavoratory, water conditioners and softeners, and iron removers, water heaters and electric sewer machine service. Scheck's Plumbing and Heating. Ph. 792-3868.14-104-ltc STRAYED TO MY PLACE, 3 calves. Owner may claim by identifying. Ray Tunning, Coon Rapids. 44-255-2tc ENJOY COMPLETE HOME comfort. Have Johns-Manville insulation blown in your home. See Merlin Nair. Easy terms. Phone 683-3541, 792- MODERN FARM HOME. 6 miles S.W. of Carroll. Ph. 3297. 64-257-3tc 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, CAR- peted, full basement. 1026 Harriet. Ph. 3350. 64-255-3tc HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc SNIAGRAB! — READ IT BACK- ward or forward — you'll always find BARGAINS in the want ad section. Top jobs. Action with satisfaction. 4274, or 659-3891. ^NX^WWNXN^ For Sale 49-256-3tC ^%xx> 55 Male-Female Help 23 HOME TOWN OPPORTUNITY SALES Income Starts at $600.00 Training: Company program, with Individual attention and help. EXPERIENCE: Not necessary, we do our own training ana work with our own men. Answer t>y letter to Box K 12 GAUGE AUTOMATIC SAV- age. See at Shorty's Barber Shop, Coon Rapids. 55-257-2tc Daily Times Herald 23-162-ltc DAY WAITRESS AT THE Elks Club. Contact Paul Handles. 23-256-5tc OFFICE SECRETARY AND receptionist. Shorthand, typing, bookkeeping. $60.00 per week to start. Write P.O. Box 607, Carroll. 23-253-4tc WANTED MEAT CUTTER and GROCERYMAN Experience Helpful Excellent Working Conditions Group Insurance Vacation Good Pay INQUIRE AT YOUR FAREWAY STORE CARROLL, IOWA FAREWAY CARPETS A FRIGHT? MAKE them a beautiful sight with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-255-6tc 2'/2 BEDROOM HOUSE. LO- cated 615 E. 5th. Ph. 2868. 64-256-6tp 3 BEDROOM, FULL BASE- ment, garage, carpeted. Immediate possession. Ph. 4126. 64-256-3tc GOOD USED RECORDS, KEL- ly's Coin Machine, 630 Grant Rd. 8:30 to 11:30 a.m., 55-240-tfc TRAILER 4122. FOR RENT. PH. 64-244-tfc FURNISHED West 2nd. HOUSE. 635 64-203-6tp Belts — Remote Control Mirror. 1967 FORD GALAXIE 500—4 dr. —Burnt Amber—289 V-8 Eng. —Cruise O Matic — Power Steering—Radio—Tinted Windows — Deluxe Seat Belts—Wheel Covers. 1967 FORD LTD—4 dr.--Hard Top — Sauterne Gold/Black— Black Vinyl Roof —390 4V Thunderbird V-8 Eng.—Cruise 0 Matic — Power Steering — Power Brakes—Selectaire Conditioner — Radio — Rear Seat Speaker—Tinted Glass. 1967 MONTCLAIR—4 dr. Hard Top—(Mercury Rent-A-Car) — Sea Foam Green — Marauder 390 V-8 Eng. — Select-Shift Merc-0-Matic — Power Brakes —Power Steering — Whisper- Air Conditioner—AM Radio— Tinted Glass. 1967 FORD GALAXIE 500—Sed. —4 Dr.—(Ford rent a Car)— Turquoise—390 2V Thunderbird V-8—Sekct Shift Cruise 0 Matic—AM Radio —Power Steering — Tinted Windshield —Wheel Covers. 1967 FORD GALAXIE 500—4 dr. —Sed.—(Ford rent a car)— Burnt Amber—289 2V V-8 Engine—Select Shift Cruise 0 Matic—AM Radio — Bodyside Mouldings—Power Steering — Tinted Windshield — Wheel Covers. Apartment For Rent 65 PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc FOR SALE: NEW AND USED Brady Equipment. Elmer Kruse, Glidden. 55-252-12tp CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable . and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc Farms For Sale 67 FOR SALE 240 Acres, Audubori County, Mellville Township. All tillable. • 23-257-3tc Used Equipment 30" Gas Range. Excellent 30" Electric Range Stereo-Phono Record Player. Walnut Console 5—Used 40" Electric Ranges $25.00 up 7—Used Refrigerators $35.00 up 1—Maytag Square Tub Washer 1—11" Portable Television Set 1—Built-in Oven Cooktop and Cabinet $100.00 Maytag Comb. Washer and Dryer HEIRES Electric Co. A. A. MURRAY Audubon, Iowa 67-254-4tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 NO TRICKS Terms Include Finance Charges Equal Payments AS LOW AS.. FOR A NEW CAB! IT'S AMAZING- GET FULL WARRANTY residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as croups, may have a personal Interest in these notification!!. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed readers should check carefully the notices which appear in this section. IN THE DISTRICT COUUT OF THE STATK OK IOWA IN AND FOB CARR01,!, COUNTY NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 9269 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Joe Schlrck Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED . IN THE ESTATE OF Joe Schlrck Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 24th day ot October, 1967, the last will and testament of Joe Schlrck deceased bearing date of the 31st day of January, 1955, was admitted to probate In the above named court and that Marie Schirck was appointed executor of said estate. Notice Is further given that any action to set aside said will must be brought In the district court of said county within one year from the date of the second publication of this notice, or thereafter be forever barred. Notice Is further given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance; and unless so filed within six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 24th day of October, 1967. Marie SchJrck Executor of said Estate R.R. No. 2, Carroll, Iowa Robert S. Bruner Attorney for said Executor Carroll, Iowa Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 1st day of November, 1967. Oct. 25; Nov. 1, 1967 Dr. W. M. Felker Guest Speaker at VFW Auxiliary (Times Horald News Service) MANNING - Dr. W. D. Felker was guest speaker at the regular meeting of the local VFW Auxiliary. He explained the proposed federal housing for the aged that will be voted upon by Manning residents on Nov. 7. The business session was conducted by president Virginia Johnson, who also gave the sunshine and poppy reports. Gertrude Dammann reported on junior activities, including poppy sales and a rummage sale on Oct. 7. Mrs. Johnson told of attending the yearly meeting of the Manning Development Corporation. Fire seals were purchased, and contributions made to nine Iowa hospitals or state supported institutions. A contribution was made to the State president's project for Alaskan flood relief and 50 to the Community Chest. A discussion was held on the purchase of a flag for the local hospital. Two 30- cup coffee makers will be purchased for the post kitchen. Esther Johnson received the draw prize. Lunch was served by Esther Johnson and her committee. Mr. and Mrs. Don Swerczek and sons of Omaha were weekend guests in the John Frahm home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hansen spent the weekend with Mrs. Hansen's brother, Myron Moeller, at Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bartels have returned home after spending two weeks visiting their son, Duane R. Bartels and family. They also visited with the Edward Hinz family at Lakewood, Colo., and en route home they spent two days with the Warren Bartels family in Council Bluffs. Claudia Groteluschen of Oakdale was a weekend guest in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Keat. Carl Groteluschen of Audubon was an additional Sunday dinner guest in the Keat home. Roberta Goemaat of P e 11 a was a weekend guest in the George Peters home. Times Herald. Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1967 13 Drama Read Poster Child . for the 1968 March of Dimes 30th anniversary campaign is 4-year-old Timmy Faas of Whittier, Calif. He symbolizes more than 250,000 American children born each year with birth defects. Timmy, born with an open spine, had surgical treatment when he was five days old and can now walk with the aid of full leg braces and crutches. 150 Clmrchwomen At District Meeting 1965 CHEVY IMP ALA, 2 DR. H'tp, lavender in color, V-8, real clean, one owner, a new set of tires. $1895. McCarville and Son. 71-257-ltc 1959 FORD, AUTOMATIC, EX- cellent condition. Reasonable. Ph. 4018 after 5. 71-257-2tp 1964 CHRYSLER NEW YORK- er, 4 dr. sedan, power steering and brakes, factory air, 6-way electric seat, power windows, plus many other extras. Showroom condition. 1965 Chevy Malibu, 2 seat H'tp, V-8, straight stick, good rubber, priced to sell. Wittrock Motors. 71-257-ltc BILL BURGESS MOTOR CO. Open Every Nite But Saturday and Sunday 71-255-3tc Auto Service 75 115 W. 5th 55-257-ltc • • 1959 FORD PICK-UP, GOOD. Ph. 9398. 71-257-3tc 1964 FORD CUSTOM, 4 DR. low miles. $995. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-257-ltc CHARLIE SEZ, "WHEN IT comes to car servicing, it pays to come to Peters Motors. We do the job right. . . save you time, trouble and money." 75-116-ltc JOB PRINTING We design and print -dis- ' tinctiye business stationery, office fprras. Direct mail advertising, bulletins, cards. You'll like our work and our prompt service. Estimates gladly furnished. TIMES HERALD 515 N. Main Phone 3573 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 sale in our office. THURSDAY— Special Dairy Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sale 'Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— Farmers Sale Co. — Sale Every Saturday. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4— 2:00 P. M. — Wolfgang Sturm's House, Lot and Furniture Auction at Templeton, Iowa. Auctioneers Dave Kerkhoff and Rupiper. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, complete closing out farm sale. Powers and Rupiper, Auctioneers. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28— 12:30, Mrs. Gene Osborne, complete closing out farm sale. Halbur. Rupiper and Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER fr— Everett Dennis, closing out farm sale. 3Va miles North of Coon Rapids, on black top. lOVis miles South of Gliddwi on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4Vis miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles North of Audubon on Hi-way 71. Meryl and Dave Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11— Closing Out Farm Sale of Alois C. Bernholtz, owner. Located 4 miles east of Carroll on Highway No. 30 and 3V4 south. Byerly & Wieland, Auctioneers. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19— Louis Koester closing out farm sale. 5 west and 2 miles north of Carroll. Grote and Irlbeck, Auctioneers. Lyle Batons are Hosts at Wall Lake (Time* Herald News Service) WALL LAKE — Sunday dinner guests in the Lyle Eaton home were Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Farrell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Farrell of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs/ Kirby Leighter and family, Schleswig; Mr. and Mrs: Gary Wheeler, Brian and Renee of Mechanicsburg, Pa.; Mrs. Bernice Tjaden and Mr. and' Mrs. Kermit Reiter and family. The Gary Wheelers were honored during their two-week stay here. They also have been entertained in the home of Mrs. Tjaden, the Kermit Reiters and Mrs. Emma Schqneboom. . Saturday afternoon callers in the Lyle Eaton home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Coil of Des Moines and Mrs. Lloyd Roth. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Willhoite and Betty, Mrs. Clara Willhoite and Miss Verna Schmidt spent the day Sunday in the Ray Willhoite home at Peterson. Additional evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nielson of Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Gar- olid Galvin and Grant of Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Al Bedel entertained Pinochle Club Sunday evening. Mrs. Frank Hink won the high and traveling prizes; Mrs. Bob McQuirk won second high. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Nepple were guests. (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - About 150 women attended the meeting of district 4, Northwest Iowa Pres- byterial in the Presbyterian Church here Tuesday. Mrs. Everett Gamatz of Auburn, district vice president, and Mrs. Harvey Taylor, Akron, conduced the meeting. Mrs. W. T. Owens, local U.P.W. president, led the opening worship. Mrs. Alfred Schlorholtz, missionary to Lahore, Pakistan, now on furlough in Carroll, spoke of experiences on the field. Mrs. Taylor reported on recommendations from the national meeting at Purdue and moderated a panel discussion oi the suggested new officers of a U.P.W. Panelists were Mrs Everett Garnatz, Auburn; Mrs Arlo Ives, Rolfe; and Mrs. Re gina Laird, Storm Lake. Mrs. Ben Von Glan of Westside introduced the new DARE program for Presbyterian women. "Nuggets from Purdue" were presented by, a panel of delegates. After discussion in groups, the .leaders re.ported,- A short business,meeting .was' held and goal sheets were dedfc cated. Mrs. A. M. Short,. Lake City, played preludes of both. By Lake View * Clubwomen •• (Time* Herald New* Service) -> LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Floyd Parkinson was hostess Wednis- day evening to the Drama Department of the Lake View Wp- men's Club. Mrs, Ethel Presccrtt was co-hostess. Mrs. L. A. Drilling read the Federation News A reading of the play "A Man for all Seasons" by Robert Bolt was directed by Mrs. Vincept O'Brien. Assisting in the reading were Mrs. Ray Grill, Mrs. Lois Stoker, Mrs. Prescott and Mrs. Drilling. ., », Circle Chie of the United Church of Christ met 'Thursday morning at the church. Mrs. Paul Leventon gave the devotions. Hostesses were Mrs. .Bill Webster and Mrs. Frank Reinhart. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ohstot, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Wetzstein and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Stoker were hosts at the United' Church of Christ Couples October dinner meeting at the church. M/s. Stoker gave the devotions. rt Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Moody and Doug were in Iowa City Thursday for Doug's regular check-up. On their return they visited their nephew, Van Htaes, at Iowa State University, in Ames. •Mrs. Karl Staab returned.Sat- urday from a two-week visit with her sister, Mrs. Krejm, lat Dixon, 111. She was accompanied home by Mrs. Bill Gosch ,pf Wall Lake who met her in Dixon after visiting her children 4n Chicago and Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. William Dankel were dinner guests of the Juergens family at Scranton Sunday. In the afternoon the two women went to Jefferson to attend a birthday party for their cousin, Adda Bennett. -,'.-• Bonnie Deur, sophomore *t ;he University of Iowa, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Deur. Mrs. R. J. Deur attended, the North'West Speech Teachers' clinic at Spencer Saturday. '" Mrs. Mabel Edmunds aftd Mrs. Myrtle Gray of MarcSs were Thursday afternoon 'callers in Lillian Armstrong's home. '..... . •;-•'* Mrs. Kenneth Miller and family of Ames visited Sunday ' ,ja. the "Doc" Bromley home.' .^ Mr. and Mrs. David Finders of Atlantic were Friday .overnight and Saturday guests ( pf Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Finders. Airman Rowedder Concludes Furlough (Times Herald NewB Service) MANNING - A-lc Gary Rowedder has gone to Vance AFB at Enid, Okla., after spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowedder, and other relatives. En route to Enid he visited with friends at Mid-West City, Okla. sessions. Soloist'was Mrs.. .Warren Bradley, Lake City. . ' ','. The noon meal was served by: women of Trinity Methodist Church in their fellowship hali.: Halloween Party For Jr. Auxiliary (Tlmns Herald News Service) MANNING - Members of the Junior American Legion.Auxil- iary, with their leader, Mrs. Donna Hargens, had a Halloween party at the Legion' Hall on Saturday evening, Oct. 21. During a short business session, Jody Heithoff was installed as president, and Sheila Schrum as secretary by Mrs. Eugene Schatz, senior Auxiliary president. Nylene Freese, Jan Karsten and Teresa Stangl were in charge of decorating for the party. Entertainment was planned by Mary Steinkej Beth Volquartsen and , • Sheila Schrum. Games were played and prizes awarded. Mary Steinke won the costume prize, Dawn Hargens received the draw prize. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. The Friendly Hour Club met Thursday at the home of Wava Lorenzen, with 23 members present. New yearbooks were distributed and a letter read from Delone Musfeldt, former member who .now lives in Hawaii. Minnie Dales received an anniversary gift. Birthday gifts were presented to Mrs. Dales, Edna Peters, Selma Vehnink and Mercedes Bowers. Feature Father and Son Event at; Arcadia , ARCADIA '-- Aboiut 70 attended : the Zion . Luthbiraipti father and son dinneKtin'l^elki^ship Hall of the; churtih u$jjnday hight. The theme; fr6trfhspro- yerbs 10:1 — "A- wis&'spn mak- jath a glad father*?; >*lwa$ car- tied; out in the ^decorating and program. ., :. ;i; :: '/i j.^;' I rlnitocation was igiven by the Rev, Edward : Heinicke; Tributes to Father and Son, by Ray Brockman and Kim. Toastmaster .Was Harry .Moore. The Martha Circle .was in: .charge of the food,' and the chancel committee,, tithe program and decorat-* ing.' Ten women from the Zion Lutheran Church Eventide Auxiliary; .attended the Eventide meeting at Denison Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese attended the 40th! wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ohden of Carnarvon at the Wall Lake Community building Sunday afternoon land later visited Mrs. Clara Freese at a nursibg home in Holstein. Shari, Sharla and Shelley Vaudt of Spencer spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowedder, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Vaudt, attended the Viking game at Minneapolis. Donna Ramsey of Des Moines spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Florence Ramsey. Miss Ramsey attended a legal secretaries' meeting at Hotel Fort Des Moines Tuesday and also was a spectator at the GOP fund-raising dinner at the Veterans Auditorium on Wednesday. of the day was a sale of baked articles. Lunch was served by the hostess. Ruth Circle of the Presbyterian Church met Friday'eve- ning at the home of Ida Wiese, with Minnie Lamp as co-hostess. Devotions were presented by Shoney Edgerton; and Millicent Wiese gave a review of the lessons during the year on the book of Phillippians. Lunch was served by the hostesses. P. F. Hansen was a pallbearer at funeral services for former state representative Alvin P. Meyer at Winterset on Oct. 25. Group Attends- Bankers' Breakfast (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — .P,.,F. Hansen, Art Hinners, Harold JflcCord, Byron Lodwick and. James Lodwtek attended a breakfast of. the' State Bankers' Assn., at Hotel Fort Des Moines Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brutsche of Geheseo, 111. came Thursday to spend a few days in the Earl Roberts home, ', Men *Qf the Manning Presbyterian Church served 850 dinners at their annual Smorgasbord the evening of Oct. 22. Mr. -and Mrs. William Joens were Wednesday visitors in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Orland Joens in Marshalltown.. James Schrum of Fairfield visited with his- mother, Mrs. May Schrum from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Knudsen and Kristin of Norfolk, Neb. were'Sunday visitors of Mrs. "Schrum. Mrs. Knudsen and daughter returned home and Mr. Knudsen went to Des Moines Monday morning.

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