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There s Gold In Your Attic! Mine It With A Classif Yd Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM CARD OP THANKS Up to 20 words $2.00 All over 20 words 80 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch.. _$1.60 $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 Additional Insertions _ a. m. day of publication except Sat. urday and 8 a. ra. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day per word 10 cents Three days, per word 24 cents Six days, per word 36 cents Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank the sisters, Fathers, neighbors and friends who helped my family while I was in University Hospital at Iowa City and St. Anthony's. I greatly appreciated all the flowers, cards, and visits. May God reward you for your kindness. Mrs. Wilfred Schneider 3-268-ltp Business Opportunities 5 BEAUTY SALON OPPORTUnity: For sale, Carol's Cos- metique, modern salon clientele, low rent, excellent location, equipment and supplies; 303% East Erie, Missouri Valley, Ph. 2-2841. 5-261-ltc ftXN^\^^'N^X^\^\X^' l VXNXNXK<* Announcements HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc EXECUTIVE SALES POSITION iVe need an individual on our ales staff for our new Carroll ranch. Applicants accepted will go through our Company school t Company expense. Management qualities desirable. For more information, write: VICE-PRESIDENT—SALES P. Q. BOX 591 LINCOLN, NEBRASKA 68501 LEASE GIVE NAME, AGE, ADDRESS AND TELEPHONE NUMBER. 23-265-4tc KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Annual THANKSGIVING STAG DINNER Wed., Nov. 15 6:30 to 8:00 Serving Turkey and all the trimmings. 6-268-ltc Lost CHARM BRACELET IN DOWN- town Carroll. 7 charms, valuable keepsake, reward. Call 3930. 7-268-2tc Investments 11 FOR INFORMATION AND QUOTATIONS ON ALL MUTUAL FUNDS t CALL YOU£ BROKER R. G. Dickinson & Co. Savings & Loan Bldg. 792-4309 ll-262-lt Business Services 1 MOUNTING AND STUFFING of your pheasants and fowls for trophies. See Earl Babbe after 5 p.m. at 121 Norf West St. 14-267-3t I WANT I'LL ASK FOR IT! ft 1W IT NIA, ln,.T.M. IH U !. >«. Of!. 11 - U) Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuenday, Nov. 14, 1967 business Services 14 TARTER, GENERATOR, magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-250-tfc ^ale-Female Help 23 LADY WANTED IN THE housekeeping department. No phone calls. Apply in person. Burke Motor Inn. 23-264-tfc MILK ROUTE DRIVER. AP- ply Bernholtz Bros, Carroll. 23-268-3tc Household Goods 51 •louses For Rent TRY BEFORE YOU BUY. SEE the difference. Color TV is a good buy. Motorola in three sizes with guaranteed service. Coast to Coast Store 51-264-6tc FOUR BEDROOM TWO STORY home for rent. Close to schools and downtown. $90 month. John Gnam, phone 3815. 64-267-3tc FURNISHED West 2nd. SORRY SAL IS NOW A MER- ry gal. She uses Blue Lustre rug and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-267-6tc ATTENDANT FULL-TIME 11:00 P.M. to 7:00 A.M. Man needed who can meet the performances and standards of a HOLIDAY STATION STORE attendant. Opportunity for rapid advancement for the right man. Apply at: HOLIDAY STATION STORE CARROLL, IOWA 23-267-3tc NEW WALNUT CEDAR chest. Phone 9788 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 55-267-2tc TROPICAL FISH Aquarium, supplies and greens. All kinds of fish. Place orders now for aquariums for Christmas. Open evenings and Sunday by appointment. GEO TROPICAL FISH 1029 North Crawford Phone 792-4658. 55-268-ltp REGISTERED FEMALE BAS set, 7 months. Ph. 778-9575, Griswold. 55-268-2tc Situation Wanted 24 HOUSEWORK OR BABY- sitting, Saturdays. Ph. 9676. 24-268-3tp Farm Service 30 CUSTOM STOCK BALING, Loren Hoffman. Ph. 4038. 30-268-3tp Hatcheries 32 BE PREPARED FOR WIN- ter, get your Hot Scot Heater today. For cold engines, frozen pipes or any of the Ritchie Fountains it just can't be beat. Carroll Hatchery. 32-267-3tc Seeds & Feeds 34 FEED RATH ANIMAL PRO- tein feed. The balanced feed for greater profits. Carroll Hatchery. 34-267-6tc Livestock For Sale 41 TAN VINYL ROCKER RE cliner. Excellent condition. $50.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-268-2tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc Houses For Sale 63 COMES REAL ESTATE OFFER Lovely older three bedroom home. Nice kitchen with breakfast nook, carpeted living room and dining room. V/z baths. Close to schools. Good neighborhood. Phone 4295. 63-268-2tc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage in Glidden. Ph. 6593015. 63-268-5tc A THREE BEDROOM RANCH MEDALLION home. Extra large panelled and insulatec garage. Large kitchen. Car peted throughout, panelled rec room and fourth bedroom in walkout type basement $22,500. John Gnam Real Es tate. Phone 3815. 63-267-2tc 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. 41-261-tfc 500 FEEDER PIGS. PH. 7924060. 41-263-6tp KELVINATOR REFRIGERATORS BRING YOU A WORLD OF QUALITY — IN FINE FASHION. SEE THE FINEST TODAY — IT'S SPACIOUS — New 36" Custom Foodorama. Gives you 21.3 cu. ft. of storage—including a giant 312 Ib. freezer. SEE IT RIGHT NOW AT J. W. DANIEL ELECTRIC 106 West 6th, Carroll, Iowa 51-256-ltc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage, full basement, new gas furnace and water heater Northside. Write Box L, Times Herald. 63-267-3tc Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tf( MODERN FARM HOME available December 1st. Ph 4086. 64-268-3t NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM southside, close to Holy Spiri Church. $100.00 per month Immediate possession. Writ Box M, Times Herald. 64-67-6t 64 HOUSE. 635 64-203-6tp Apartment For Rent 65 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5, 65-268-tfc * Rotary (Continued From Page 1) PARKVIEW APtS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc %i^.^^^^N^^^%^^^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^«^^» Used Cars & Trucks 71 967 PLYMOUTH FURY III, 4 dr. V-8, automatic, power steering, 14,000 actual miles. Local 1 owner 1968 Chrysler trade-in. 1965 Oldsmobile 88 4 dr. sedan, power steering and brakes, new rubber, 29,000 actual miles a 1968 Chrysler trade-in from Bayard. Wittrock Motors. 71-266-ltc 960 CHEVY, IMPALA SPORT sedan. V-8, has full power, white with black interior. Was $745.00, marked down to $595.00. McCarville and Son. 71-268-ltc 1964 CORVAIR MONZA, 4- speed. Ph. 4993. 71-268-3tp 1964 CHEVY IMPALA, ST. Stick, H'tp, sharp. $1595. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-268-ltc TOP QUALITY USED CARS 1967 Pontiac Tempest, 4 dr. V-8, straight stick, .1 owner, 1968 Plymouth trade-in. 1965 Oldsmobile 88, 4 dr., power steering and brakes, new rubber, 1 owner, 1968 Chrysler trade-in sharp. from Bayard, real 1965 Chevy Chevelle, 2 dr. H'tp V-8, straight stick, good rubber, real sporty. 1965 Chevy Bel Air, 4 dr. V-8, automatic, immaculate inside and out. One owner 1968 Dodge trade-in, from Maple River. 1964 Ford Custom, 4 dr., V-8, automatic, air- conditioned, Real sharp. THE WIN YOU OVER BEAT GOES ON AND ON AND ON See the Good Guys: Mike Wittrock Bud Mosman Mike Wittrock Jr. WITTROCK MOTOR CO. CARROLL, IOWA 71-288-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 cop; 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. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22— 12:30, Norbert Neppl, Arcadia, com plete closing out farm sale Powers and Ruplper, Auctioneers TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28— 12:30, Mrs. Gene Osborne. com plete closing out farm sale. Hal bur. Ruplper and Kerkhoff, Auc tioneers. How the Self-employed (Professional People, Partners and Sole Proprietors) may benefit from the KEOGH BILL S«lf-Employ«d Individual'* Tax R«t!r«n«nt Act of 1963 For an explanation of the tax advantages available under the "Self-Employed Individual's Retirement Act of 1962" (Keogh Bill) call or write us. WESTAMERICA SECURITIES, INC. STOCKS • MUTUAL FUNDS • BONDS IKE POTTEBAUM, Carroll, Iowa 333 Arthur Neu Drive — Phone 7924675 Name „. Address ll-268-ltc tion with a $10 assessment for each new member and contributions of $2 per month from each member. To gain an extra 100 per cent it is necessary for the club to contribute the equivalent of $10 per member per year. Dr. Anneberg .recalled that the first donations to the foundation were made by two mem- ers in 1941. The objective of the founda- lon is to further understanding nd friendly relations between copies of different nations, ince 1947, when a program for graduate study abroad was be;un, the foundation has warded more than 2,400 graduate fellowships at a cost xceeding $6 million. To en- arge its work in the field of in- erhational relations, the foun- ation recently added other ac- ivities to its program: undergraduate scholarships for study n another country, technical raining awards to enable men to improve their vo- ational skills studying abroad and group study exchanges of earns of young business and irofessional men between dif- erent countries. More than 450 )ersons throughout the world •eceive awards each year. The idea of the foundation vas conceived in 1917 by Arch 3. Klumph of Cleveland, 0., hen president of Rotary International. He proposed an endowment "for the purpose of doing some good in the world." The Carroll club has sponsored one student for graduate study abroad. He is Lee Bowie of Lake City, who studied in Africa a few years ago and is now in diplomatic service. During World War II, Dr. Anneberg said, funds accumulated in the foundation were used to assist 12,000 persons in a program that was the precursor of CARE. Charles Ryan was in charge of the program and introduced Dr. Anneberg. Guests were Orville Baker and Students Olga Rodriguez and Gary Harmeyer. President Fred Witt announced that a program on urban renewal is scheduled for next week. K of C Holds Memorial Rites Memorial exercises honoring 12 members who have died in the past year were conducted by Charles Carroll Council, Knights of Columbus, Monday at St. Lawrence Church. The Rev. Francis Nemmers, pastor of St. Mary's Parish, Willey, chaplain of the council, was celebrant. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. H. B. Karhoff, pastor, was in the sanctuary. Families of the deceased members attended. The 12 members were Harold Hermsen, Joseph B. Taphorn, Earl Schrad, Raymond A. Pilie, Anton J. Klocke, Lawrence R. Hagedom, Louis A. Ma eke, Cliff J. Cavanaugh, James Moran, Vitus Schechinger, Albert Reinhart and Joseph C. Schreck. The business meeting convened at 8 p.m. at the K.C. Hall. Announcement was made of the K.C. Bowling Assn. meeting which will take place at 9 p.m. Nov. 21 at the bowling alley. A Thanksgiving stag dinner Wednesday night will feature turkey. A Thanksgiving dance for members and their ladies will take place from 8:30 p.m. Saturday until 12:30 a.m. Richard Damstrom will provide music. Lunch will be available after the dance. Malachy Morrissey was appointed chairman of the annual Christmas party for children of K.C. members. It will be held Sunday afternoon, Dec. 10, at the Kuemper High School Auditorium. —Sacred Heart Photo Delegates to Miami... Four members of the CYO at Sacred Heart Parish, Templeton, will join 12 other young people from the Sioux City Diocese in attending the National Catholic Youth convention this weekend at Miami Beach, Fla. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A, W. Behrens, pastor, and two other priests who are CYO directors also will attend. Pictured from left are Sue Sporrer, Larry Johnson, Robert Schreck and Monica Eich. (STORY: Page 1.) * Range (Continued From Page 1) * Council (Continued From Page 1) Auto Service 75 In the past the city has had a paving program every two years, but after a discussion at Monday's meeting the council reached a decision that there were not enough streets left unpaved in Carroll to warrant a 1968 program. Leo Clark, city works administrator, told the council officials from Mid-America Spraying Service of Lincoln, Neb. expect to begin spraying Carroll's trees for Dutch elm disease within the next two weeks. Mayor Farner urged all citizens to watch for the an- nounceme,nt of the day when spraying will take place and to follow the precautions that will be given at that time. Mr. Clark also reported the materials for the new street lights to be installed at the intersection of Sixth and Court Streets have arrived. He told the council the new lights should be operating by the middle of November. Councilman-elect Louis Gait- tich and Lewis Voyles attended the meeting as observers. The next scheduled council meeting is for 5 p.m., Nov. 29 in the council chambers at City from the flag and stopping again. The movement is then repeated in reverse toward the other flag at the opposite end of the "T". The "Figure 8" exercise helps develop hand-over-hand steering techniques. As the vehicle moves slowly through the exercise, the driver practices hand-over-hand steering in order to keep his car within the lane lines. The "X" exercise derives its name from the shape of the area on which it is practiced, and is used to reinforce skills learned on the "T" exercise. The "X" exercise develops backing and turning skills by requiring the driver to maintain the vehicle within lane lines while backing in a straight line to the intersecting point of the "X", then negotiating a rear turn into the designated lane. The "Y" turn exercise is designed to simulate a dead-end street. The driver is required to turn his car around from a stopped or parked position using three movements, forward and to the left side of the street, moving to the rear by Book Fair at Templeton TEMPLETON — Sacred Heart School will sponsor a student book fair from 7-9 p.m. Nov. 15-17 in the school gymnasium. Parents, students and visitors are invited to attend the fair to browse and purchase books. The display will include new books from many publishers in popular price ranges. Reading areas of interest to students will include classics, fiction, biographies, adventure stories, science, nature, crafts, mystery and reference books. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens, pastor of Sacred Heart Parish, said Tuesday that "The fair not only will help spur student interest in reading and building home libraries, but also will contribute to a worthwhile project." Underwriters Hear Kelsey Don Kelsey of Sioux City, president of the Iowa State CHARLIE SEZ: "IF YOUR CAR Ha ™ mci hold a i ••-•••^^i •• *#BBI«M* •• • wwi~x ^nix 11*1 • i AI * • sputters and stumbles, goans P ub J? heann S » 4 the . meet ^. g _ - * w I sMt r nsv wt*r\«*m0 A*4 mnmYirr rv**Sii_ and grumbles, let Peters Mo- ters pep it up with a motor- tune-up. 75-115-ltc NOW AT We Now Have Milk In Qts., J /2 Gals. & Gals. Fresh From The Dairy • ELECTRIC CLOCKS • CAMERAS • FILM • GIFTS Available At ROY'S (Gulf) SERVICE Roy Huegerich, Prop. 603 N. West 72-268-lto on the proposed zoning ordinance change for the south side of Seventh Street between East Street and Grant Road from multi-family to commercial. Bride, Groom Are Honored In celebration of their recent marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Lesly Gehlsen were honored at a party in their home at 1014 North Crawford Street Saturday evening, given by the bridegroom's family. Attending were the William Gehlsens Sr. and the Bill Gehl- sens of Carroll, and the David Masons of Westside. After gifts were opened, lunch was served. Mrs. Gehlsen, the former Eleanor Kohn of Cherokee, was complimented at a postnuptial shower given by her aunts at the Bartlett Tearoom in Cherokee on Nov. 5. About 40 guests were present from Storm Lake, Marcus, Remsen, Quimby, Washta, Cleghorn and Cherokee. GOOD FARMS 200 ACRES near Laurens and Ayrshire. Rich black loam soil. Bldgs. include home, barn, crib, etc. Price $540 per acre. Possession. 160 ACRES near Storm Lake. Some of the finest land in Iowa* Extensive cattle feeding setup. Price $625. on contract with $24,000 to handle. George L. Mallory MALLORY REALTY CO. Farmers Bank Bldg., Spencer, Iowa, 262-1743 67-268-Hc backing to the right, and finally, driving forward to the left into the proper lane. In addition the range also has areas for practicing both parallel and angle parking. Dr. Lillian Schwenk, head of safety education at Iowa State University, Ames, helped .Mr. Witowski plan the range. Dick Snyder, with help from the assistant city works administr,a- tor, Art Gute, was responsible for marking the course. "We are pleased that some students and adults are using the range on their own," Mr. Witwoski commented, "a n d hope that more and more people will put the facility to use." The range was constructed to keep pace with the ever increasing emphasis being placed on driver education throughout the country. Nationally, nearly la per cent of all drivers are under 25 years of age, while 30 per cent of all drivers involved in traffic accidents were in the same age bracket. Findings in over 20 studies indicate that trained drivers have only one-third to one-half as many traffic accidents and violations as the untrained driver during the critical teenage years. Ruling teenagers off the road would not be practical, according to most experts, because employment opportunities for young people often depend on ability to olrive, either as a part of the job or to get to and from work. The experts point out that postponement of the privilege to drive would only shift the high accident age group. They emphasize the fact that maturity alone does not reduce accidents; learning to drive must occur sometime. As an alternative, most educators and traffic safety officials have turned to normal driver education to teach the basic skills needed to become a responsible driver. The driver education program in the high schools capitalizes on the peak physical conditions and high interest of young people just prior to licensing age and uses qualified teachers in a familiar and suitable school setting. Assn. of Life Underwriters, spoke at a meeting of the West Central Assn. of Life Underwriters Monday at Tony's Restaurant. His talk concerned educational helps such as books and film strips which the association is making available to junior and senior high school students. The subjects are as varied as the subjects offered by the schools, Mr. Kelsey reported. He also discussed work of the association's legislative committee, the life underwriter's work in politics, his interest in maintaining the free enterprise system, and his concern for his clients. Reese Abbe, Bill Cobb of Jefferson and Fred Fitzsimmons of Vail reported on a state committee meeting they attended Tuesday, Nov. 7, in Des Moines. Mr. Fitzsimmons, West Central Assn. president, attended the membership meeting; Mr. Abbe, the life underwriters' political action committee, and Mr. Cobb, the education and training committee. Progress of the LUTC class was reported. The members will entertain their wives at a Christmas dinner party Friday, Dec. 8, at Tony's Fireside room. Guests at the meeting were Eugene Christian of Lake View; Howard Cook and Ennis Zumwalt, both of Sac City; Harold Frey and A. A. Henning, Carroll; Bud Stoll, Harlan; Jerry DeMuth and Charles Pollak, Denison, and Robert McConkie, Jefferson. GUEST SPEAKER A guest speaker from the Iowa Association for Retarded Children will feature the meeting of the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Manning Elementary School Building. The meeting time has been brought forward a week because of Thanksgiving next Thursday. The talk will concern activity centers. 200 Expected to Attend L. L. Banquet About 200 are expected to attend the Little League father and son banquet at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Antler Room of the Elks Club, John Bruner, chairman, announced Tuesday. Billy Martin, player with the Minnesota Twins professional baseball club, will be the guest speaker. Co-chairman of the event is Terry Hyland. Proceeds from the dinner will be used to pay costs of financing the Little League stadium, a Jaycee project. WEEKEND TRIP BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Sqhelle and family returned to their home here Monday afternoon from a weekend trip. On Saturday they visited their daughter Kathy at Cedar Rapids, and on Sunday, with another daughter, Sr. Barbara, at St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis.