Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 7
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There's Gold In Your Attic! Mine Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 THE BORN LOSER CARD OP THANKS Up to 20 words ,,,,..— ,,.....,. ..-.12.00 AU ovro 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch- Additional Insertions.. -S1.60 _$1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a m. day of publication except Saturday Mid 8 a. m-...on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH CHOIR One day per word _—10 cents Three days, per word, 24 cent* Hit t> Hlfc tlr. T.M. 1.1 U!,111. Pit Six d»yi ( per word. .38 cent* Timts Herald, Carol!, la. Thursday, Nov. U, 1967 Auto Accessories / SORRY I / PIPM'T / APBM^IU / NOW SOU WISH 1 TD REPORT \ ARDBB5RY, V Business Services 14 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS • t wish to thank the doctors and the, entire hospital staff for the wonderful care I received. Also friends, relatives and Rev. Merle Hill, for prayers, cards and visits received while I was in the hospital. It will never be forgotten. Mildred Leib 3-270-ltp STARTER, GENERATOR, magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street West of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-250-tfc Hatcheries 32 Good Things To Eat 18 DRESSED HENS. PHONE 792> 9054. 18-270-ltp Announcements 6 Have Your Change Ready Daily Times Herald carrier salesmen make their weekly collections on— THURSDAY, FRIDAY OR SATURDAY. Prompt payment and correct change will be appreciated by our carriers. DRESSED DUCKS AND geese. Ph. 11-H, Templeton. Helen Schoeppner. 18-269-3tp Male-Female Help 23 LADY WANTED IN THE housekeeping department. No phone calls. Apply in person. Burke Motor Inn. 23-264-tfc SNIAGRAB! - READ IT BACK* ward or forward — you'll always find •BARGAINS in the want ad section. Top jobs. Action with satisfaction. WANT ADS WORK WONDERS. Try one today. FOR SALE DeKalb 131 Started Pullets, 20 weeks old. Can fill any order up to 4,000 pullets. HEADLEE HATCHERY Coon Rapids, Iowa Phone 684-2237 32-289-JtC For Sale 55 SORRY SAL IS NOW A MER- ry gal. She uses Blue Lustre rug and upholstery cleaner. Rent electric shampooer $1. Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Coast to Coast. 55-267-6tc Livestock For Sale 41 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 COMBINATION STORM DOOR, Phone 792-9054. 55-270-ltp MILK ROUTE DRIVER. AP- ply Bernholtz Bros, Carroll. 23-268-3tc Situation Wanted 24 ; HALLMARK CHRISTMAS CARDS Place your order now. See our large . selection of Christmas cards, boxed or individual cards. STONE PRINTING CO. 6-258-tfc Lost BABYSITTING DAY AND night, by the hour, day and i week. Ph. 792-3285. 24-270-3tp Building Material 47 MERLIN NAIR IS THE MAN to see for Johns-Manville insulation, siding, and roofing. Phone 683-3541, 792-4274, or 659-3891. 47-270-3tc PIANO SALE OUR 74TH ANNIVERSARY Now all pianos at special low prices, with wonderful introductory discounts on beautiful Kawia console pianos, now setting sales records among California educators! pur birthday gift to you: sensational values, easy terms, no risk rental-purchase plans. Buy now for Christmas. JONES PIANO HOUSE AND HAMMOND ORGAN STUDIOS FORT DODGE, IOWA MODERN FARM HOME, available December 1st. Ph. 4086. 64-268-3{c NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM southside, close to Holy Spirit Church. $100.00 per month. Immediate possession. Write Box M, Times Herald. 64-67-6tc We Now Have Milk In Qts., V2 Gals. & Gals. Fresh From The Dairy • ELECTRIC CLOCKS • CAMERAS • FILM • GIFTS Available At ROY'S New Glidden Church . . . The congregation of Peace Lutheran Church, shown in the early stages of construction, will hold a cornerstone laying ceremony at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Glidden High School. Located, on Highway 30, the building will include the educational wing extending north. The Fireside Room and Fellowship Hall are shown to the west. Entry will be at the south and the nave will extend east. The nave will seat 240 persons. SERVICE Apartment For Rent .65 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc Roy Huegcrich, Prop. 603 N. West 72-270-llC Auto Service 75 PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9714. 65-140-tfc Used Cars & trucks 71 CHARLIE SEZ, "FOR SAFE- ty's sake, let Peters Motors put your car's wheels in perfect alignment and balance. Prompt, reliable service." 7S417-ltc * Conference (Continued From Page 1) Household Goods 51 HOUSEWORK OR BABY- sitting, Saturdays. Ph. 9676. • > 24-268-3tp Farm Service 30 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 For Rent 57 TRAILER SPACE, WEST Lawn Trailer Court. Ph. 3673. 57-270-3tC Houses For Sale 63 CUSTOM STOCK BALING, Loren Hoffman. Ph. 4038. 30-268-3tp LARGE CHECK REGISTER, containing blank checks, State Bank, Fort Dodge. Reward for return. 715 West 19th. Ph. 792-2834. 7-269-2tC Hatcheries 32 For Sale 55 M" FLOOR SAMPLE SOFA, 4 cushions with bolsters in Olive and green Matelasse cover. Slightly damaged. 1200.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-270-3tc NEW SOUTHSIDE THREE bedroom ranch. Well designed,, carpeted throughout. Lovely kitchen. Comes Real Estate, phone 4295. 63-270-2tc DODGE FEVER IS CATCH- ing, isn't it tune you caught it? 1965 Ford LTD, 4 dr. H'tp, V-8," automatic, power steering and brakes. 20,000 actual miles. Local 1 owner 1988 Dodge trade-in. Just arrived. 1964 Chevy Bel Air, 4 dr., V-8, automatic, good rubber, immaculate throughout. Another 1968 Dodge trade-in. Wittrock Motors. 71-270-tfc Calendar of Sale Dates Claimed •nd Auction Sales AH 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 Daily Sale, third Thursday of every month. Farmer's Sal* Co. Carroll, Iowa. SATURDAY— Farmera 9a)« Co. — lale Every Saturday. Instruction 13 PIANO LESSON FOR CHIL* dren or adults. Ph. 9551. Marilyn JKpenig. 13-270-2tc HAVE YOU TRIED ATGARD Dichlorvos Swine Wormer? There is none finer anywhere! Controls all three major gastrointestinal worms in swine without fasting, setbacks or bad effects. Get it today at the Carroll Hatchery. 32-270-3tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION- ed sewing machines; portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.05. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc A THREE BEDROOM BUNGA- low with utility room. Hardwood floors throughout. Only $750 down and the balance like rent. Priced well under ten. Hurry! John Gnam Real Estate, Phone 3815. 63-269-2tc 1965 CADILLAC SEDAN DE Ville. Is loaded and is white with red interior. Has factory air-conditioning, 28,000 miles. Was a local busineeman's car. McCarville and Son. 71-270-ltc REFRIGERATOR, GOOD CON dition, $10.00. Ph. 4195. _.. 55-269-2tc 2 BEDROOM HOME WITH garage in Glidden. Ph. 6593015. 63-268-5tc Houses For Rent 64 HOME OF THE YOUNGMOBILES HOME OF THE WIDEf RACKS AS YOU CAN SEE WE HAVE TRADED FOR A LOT OF LUXURY AUTOMOBILES. WE MUST KEEP THEM MOVING, SO COME DOWN AND LOOK THEM OVER. WE ARE ALWAYS READY TO DEAL. 2 BEDROOMS; CARPETED, full basement and garage. Ph 3350. . 64-270-3tc 1957 CHEVY, 4 DR. SEDAN. 6 cyl. straight stick. Call 2919. 71-270-ltp 1960 PONTIAC STAR CHIEF, 4 dr. clean, newly painted. $495. Glidden Auto'Sales. 71-270-ltc MODERN 2 BEDROOM, GOOD condition, close-in. Ph. 2148. 64-270-2tc FOUR BEDROOM TWO STORY home for rent. Close to schools and downtown. $90 month. John Gnam, phone 3815. •'" 64-269-2tc 1967 CADILLAC DeVille 4-door hardtop. Brass hat car. 10,000 actual miles. Here is real lux- iiry and real savings. 1967'BUICK Electra 4- door sedan, air cond. Another new car trade- in. This is Buick's finest automobile. 1967 CHEV. Bel Air 4- door sedan, V-8, AT., P.S., P.B., factory air, still in factory warranty. A new car trade- in. Save Many $ $ $ . '66 BUICK Wildcat. 4- door sedan. AT., P.S., P.B., air, positraction, perfect. Local new car trade-in. '66 PONTIAC Executive 4-door hardtop, V-8, AT., P.S., P.B., air cond., gold with black top. Looks like new and runs like new. '66 CADILLAC peVille 2- door hardtop, air, loaded, 21,000 actual miles. New '68 Eldorado Trade-in. '66 CORVAIR Corsa 2- door hardtop with Turbo-Charger, 4 - speed. Looks and runs like new. Low miles. '66 CHEV. 2-door hardtop, Super Sport, V-8, 4-speed, low miles. Take a look at this one. '65 PONTIAC Catalina Convertible, V-8, AT. Complete new , paint job. Real sharp. '65 CHEV. Bel Air, 4-door sedan, 6 Cyl., Std. Trans. Low Miles. One Owner. Real Economy Here. ...... '64 BUICK Wildcat 4- door hardtop. Air Cond., P.S., P.B. Real Sharp Car. '64 FORD Galarie 500, 4- door sedan, V-8, Stick. Classy little number. '64 CHEV. Vz- ton Fleet- side 6, Conv plete Motor Overhaul. '64 CHEV. Va-ton Fleet- side pickup, 6-cyl. Complete motor rebuilt. 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE in Glidden. Ph. 659-3664. 64-269-3tp 2 BEDROOM HOUSE, MOD- ern. Ph. 9348. 64-269-3tp PRINTING PROBLEM? We specialize in production of commercial stationery and envelopes, direct mail advertising, office forms, form letters, pamphlets, programs. Tell us your printing needs— get our prices before you buy! Public Notice 1964 CORVAIR MONZA, 4. speed. Ph. 4993. 71-268-3tp Iowa laws require that the resident! of this area be notified of certain legal proceeding*. Certain Individual!, a* well a* groups, may have a personal In- tereit In theie notifications. Often the publication la the only public notice. To keep well Informed readera should check carefully the notion which appear In thli Motion. IN THIS DI8TBICT COUBT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OP PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 9276 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF George Jaime Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF George Jesme Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 8th day of November, 1967. the last will and testament of George Jesme deceased bearing date of the 80th day of December, 1959, was admitted to probate in the above named court and that Irene Jesme was appointed executor of said estate. Notice it 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 Westmoreland told n*vvim«n, "We can live with" short bombing halts, but "I'm not very happy agout the prospect." President Nguyen Van Thieu of South Vietnam has said he wants a bombing halt during the year-end holiday period. In a New York speech Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey said the cost of the Vietnam war is no reason to cut domestic spending, particularly programs aimed at solving big-city racial problems. As Humphrey spoke, about 25 antiwar demonstrators picketed quietly outside the hotel. Earlier five of the demonstrators dashed toward the banquet room before Humphrey arrived, shouting, "Humphrey, murderer!" Police ejected them. In a report Wednesday to Congress on U.S. participation in the United Nations during 1966, Johnson said the United States has continued to push for an honorable settlement of the war. • Church (Continued From Page 1) '63 CADILLAC DeVille, 4 - dr. hardtop. Air, loaded. It's real clean. You will like this one. SAVE $ * $• '63 STUDEBAKER 6-passenger wagon. 6-cyl., std. shift, 15,000 actual miles. Real economy in a wagon. ' '62 FORD Galaxie 500 4- door sedan, V-8, AT. A real good car. Come in and look over. Motor overhauled. ' ALL AUTOMOBILES ARE COMPLETELY WINTERIZED GOOD FARMS 200 ACRES near Laurens and Ayrshire. Rich black loam soil. Bldgs. include home, barn, crib, etc. Price $54.0 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-M8-UC said estate ivlng shaTi 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 8th day of November, Irene Jesme Executor of said Estate R. R. No. 2, Lake City, Iowa 1967. WE'RE OPEN UNTIL 9:00 P.M. FRIDAY EVENINGS ON THE SPOT FINANCING HOME OF THE KING OF THE ROAD HOME OF THE WILDCATS William D. Kurth Attorney for said Executor Carroll, Iowa Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House, Carroll. Iowa Date of second publication 18th day of November, iWT. 152 persons at tables, or 192 in chairs. Off Fellowship Hall to the north is the Fireside room, with its own small kitchen. Facing north is an extended wing housing 11 classrooms, a pastor's study, rest rooms and a secretary's office. Eight of the classrooms share a folding partition with another classroom, making them convertible into single or double rooms. The walls are of cement blocks with Kasota stone on the outside. The grounds include more than three acres. The south main entrance includes a carport. The ground-breaking ceremony took place on the last Sunday in August. The land was purchased in March, 1966, a year after the voters' assembly elected a building committee to make definite plans. The committee included Charles Best, chairman; Ray Kruse, secretary; Albert Janssen, Burton Rohrbeck and John Zimmerman Jr. Members of the building finance committee were Walter Platt, Richard Munster, John Graves, Doyle Hunt and Dale Berns. Over 1,000 Parents Attend Kuemper Event Well over 1,000 parents attended the second "Parents-go- to-School" meeting of the Kuemper Parents Club Wednete- day evening, attending the fourth, fifth and sixth period classes for 10-rninute sessions. Before classes began, Parents met for a brief business meeting conducted by Joe St|i- - ert, president. He announced that Kuemper High School wjll have opportunity for a foreign exchange student from South America during the second semester and that any family interested in hosting the student should contact the school. Mr. Staiert reminded members of a dance Dec. 2 for adults, and told about a party for freshmen which Kuemper Parents are sponsoring Friday evening at the school. , ; Following the classroom sessions, Cletus Windschitl, guidance counselor at Kuemper, conducted a meeting in the gym to provide information on the aids available for financing college educations. \ Holy Angels Parish, Roselle, and Holy Family Parish, L'id- derdale, wers in charge of. the social hour in the cafeteria, under chairmanship of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Rupiper and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Golwitzer. " PETERS MOTORS 229 No. Main BUICK — OLDS — PONTIAC — CADILLAC Dial 792-4352 Carroll 270-UC 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 51-270-Uc' 'QUITTING BUSINESS SALE Everything Must Go to The Bare Walls BARGAINS - BARGAINS BARGAINS Shingles, Insulation, Hardboard, Plyboard. Paneling, Underlaying, Masonary Products. Roof Coatings, Foundation Coatings, Adhesives. Caulks, Glues, Siding Corners, 5Vfe ft. x 6 ft. Steel Posts. Woven Wire Fence, Rolls of No. 9 Wire, Rain Gutter and Fittings. Furnace Pipes and Fittings, Heat Registers, Sheet Metal Attic Vents, Garage Doors, Rubberoid Floor Tile, Plastic Wall Tile and Fittings, Vinyl Shutters. Tools, Sheet Metal Screws, Paint Rollers and Cover. Paint Trays, Paint Brushes, Door Closers, Eyebolts. Anchor Bolt Kits, Turnbuckles, Masking Tape. Sioux Steel Farm Gates, 12 Ft., 14 Ft, and 16 Ft. Many miscellaneous items and some equipment. TERMS — CASH MILLER WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. 1,388 Belong } to Legion Posts Carroll County posts of .jthe American Legion have a total 1968 membership of 1,388, l£ew Voyles reported at the Caifoll County meeting Wednesday night at Glidden. He said ^Arcadia, Breda, Carroll, Coon Rapids and Dedham went past their goals, and that Glidden and Manning expect to before the year is up. Coon Rapids Gurney Parker post No. 357 received the membership plaque, having obtained the largest percentage over goal by Nov. 11, the traditional membership date. Arcadia r$- ported 128 members; Breda, 142; Carroll, 607; Coon Rapfds, 166; Dedham, 102; Glidden, 6!}, and Manning, 180. i! Jerome Scheckel of D^s Moines, department service'of- ficer, was guest speaker arid answered questions regarding pensions and compensations for veterans and their families. He urged that veterans arid their widows receiving pensions, fill out completely the questioft- aires which are sent to them. *j Aden Owen of Coon Rapida), county commander, presided 4t the meeting. The next county meeting will be Wednesday night, Jan. 17, at Emil Ewoldt post No. 22, Manning. Hiway 30 West Carroll, Iowa 55-270-2tc TAP Aids Rural People, Communities "How County Technical Action Panels can Assist Rural People and Communities," was the main theme of a district meeting at Winterset, according to Marvin R. Larson, County TAP chairman. These panels are made up of representatives of various .federal and state agencies. They help people and communities identify the services they need for economic, social, and cultural ' growth and secure; the needed' services. Members of the Carroll TAP include Mr. Larson, SCS; Ronald Sh'elton, FHA; Don Severin, ASCS; and Roland Lickteig, extension director. The Carroll County TAP meets regularly on the. third Tuesday of the month at 1 o'clock at the court house.

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