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Mine Your Attic Gold With a Classified THE BORN LOSER By ART SANSOM Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Building Material 47 CARD OF THANKS Up to 20 words $2.00 All OVPF 20 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch $1.60 Additional insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Sat urday and 8 a. m. 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 centi ENJOY COMPLETE HOME comfort. • Have Johns-Manville insulation blown in your home. See Merlin Nair. Easy terms. Phone 683-3541, 7924274, or 659-3891. 49-256-3tc Wanted To Buy 53 GOOD USED TRUMPET. PH. 2104. 53-275-3tC Houses For Rent 64 HOUSE AT 226 N. WALNUT. Ph. 9139 before 2. 64-252-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 1 BEDROOM APT. HEAT AND water furnished. Ph. 2547 or 2554. 65-276-2tc USED AIR - CONDITIONER, will pay $50.00. Phone Steve James, Burke Motor Inn. 53-275-3tp Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS My sincere thanks to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, gifts, flowers and visits while I was in the rospi- tal. Your thoughtfulness has been deeply appreciated. Arnold Danzer 3-276-ltp 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 For Sale 55 SET OF JUNIOR GOLF CLUBS, (5) and bag. Junior bowling ball. Ph. 2803. 55-276-2tc FLOOR SAMPLE MODERN Khroeler sofa, turquiose ir- redescent cover. $98.00. Matt Furniture Co. 55-276-2tc AVAILABLE DEC. 1. 2 BED- room upstairs. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Close downtown. Ph. 2773. 65-276-3tc 1 B E D R 0 0 M FURNISHED apt. Ph. 3713. 65-274-3tc • Cyprus (Continued From Page 1) Fire Destroys Lumber Firm and Railroad Building EMERY (AP) - A lumber company and a railroad building are reduced to ashes, but even before the embers of the Thursday night fire were cool plans were announced for reconstruction. The fire, its glow reported from 50 miles away, destroyed the Cashway Lumber Co. and the main building of the Iowa 1 Terminal Railroad in this Mason City suburb. ' The line, using electric engines, shuttles cars between Mason City and Spirit Lake. No one was injured, and no damage estimate was available. Firemen and Cashway manager Ray Tenney, who said he military regime is in a less ad- worked at the lumber company vantageous position. For the a w hile Thursday morning, said Greeks, war in Cyprus would they had no idea how the blaze mean fighting 500 miles from started, their mainland but only minutes, Ten sajd Cashway will be _ from Turkish jet airfields 40 in ^^ immediya t e ly. miles away Turkey also is The loss of the railroad build- stronger militarily than Greece, : Wins Award . . . Doran P. Brogden, manager of Grouse Transfer and Storage, Carroll, has received an Allied Van Lines sales achievement award for having the largest percent of increase in line haul revenue sales during the fiscal period ending June 30, 1967. Competition involved Allied Agents around the world who had the same general sales volume as Grouse. , ,.,,, ., , count on little or no aid from stored abro * d - as a ift Q the d of COL EM AN GAS HEATER, complete. 70,000 BTU, used 2 seasons. Call 883-3293. 55-275-3tc Business Services 14 FOR ALL CHAIN SAWS SALES and Service, call or see Reinart Service. Located across street west of Safeway. 14-289-ltc GARAGE SALE November 24 and 25. Clothing, tools, bedroom suite, refrigerator, toys, etc. PAUL BRAHAM 601 East 12th — Carroll, Iowa 55-274-2tp 2 BEDROOM MODERN DOWN- town apartment. Ph. 4365 before 5. 2298 after 5. 65-268-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 9786. 65-140-tfc Used Cars &. Trucks 71 1965 CHEVY, BEL AIR, 4 DR. sedan, V-8, has factory air- conditioning, 5 new tires and power steering. Brown in color. $1795.00. McCarville and Son. 71-276-ltc 1964 CATALINA, 4 DR., LOW miles and clean. $1495. Glidden Auto Sales. 71-276-ltc Cub Scouts Given Awards (Times Hcruld News Service) MANNING- Cub Scou Pack No. 110 met at the grade | o UBC rwia-^im™,, * *P««« blaze Two nearbv tank* of an ^oolcafetorium Monday eve-' . ,. „ TT -T „ Uldic. J.WO Ucdruy IHIlKS 01 an- nincr Dpn 1 prmnnrtpH tho flacr representative of U.N. Secre- hvdrous a mmonh akn fa™ i conauciea me nag tarv General U Thnnt arrived *2 ,? ammon ' a also came ceremony after which "Ameri£%il" e f LY^^^'^T ± throu S h Wlthout bein § »8nlted. ca the Beautiful" was sung. T , , . . ..' Mason City. Johnson's special envoy said, Wjth the railroad out of corn- he probably would go back to migsi an auto wrecker truck Ankara after his talks in Athens was used to tow awa t tank and later possibly to Cyprus. cars of g . Coincidental with Vance's trip, ^ e track Jose Rolz-Bennett, a special representative of U.N. Secre- imes Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Nov. 24, 1967 • Kasperbauer (Continued From Page 1) ASC Township Committeenjen to Meet Nov. 28 _, ,, , ... Carl R. Cook, chairman of The gold bars were first the Carroll County Agricultural pinned to a uniform in 1954, stabilization and Conservation when the eldest brother, Mi- (ASC) Count Committee an . chael was commissioned in the^^ Friday that 4g farmef Signal Corps. Michael served elected Asc township commit- two years and left the Army to teemen wi]1 meet in thfi County complete his education He now, Extension meeting room in holds a Doctor of Philosophy; Carroll at g pm ^ Nov ^ Rob _ degree and is a professor at the ert T Quinn of Adel Agc dlg . University of Kentucky. \ trict fi ei dman , will present in- The second oldest, Larry, al- formation concerning the 1968 so holds a Ph.D. degree, and is Feed Grain Program, the 1968 a professor of sociology at the' Agricultural Conservation Pro- University of Guam. He is the: gram, and other U.S. Depart- only male member of the Kas-; me nt of Agriculture farm prov perbauer family who has not grams the township committee* men help to administer. Assisting with the meeting will be the county committee* office served in the armed forces. turn, in Turkey bearing a message "calling for restraint." Cyprus was tense after new flights over the island by Turkish jets, the killing of a Greek Cypriot and two bomb blasts in lar arm with about 225 m M16 J e Greek quarter of Nicosia. In rifl es and with M60 machine £? 3SSS ^Jl^F B«« by December 1968. * Viet Forces (Continued From Page 1) SUPER STUFF, SURE NUFF! That's Blue Lustre for cleaning rugs and upholstery. Rent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast. 55-273-5tc Male-Female Help 23 DAY HELP WANTED, SPIEK- er Nursing Home. 23-276-3tc FARM OPERATOR WANTED, who is experienced in cattle, hogs and corn growing. Ph. 673-2548 after 8 p.m. for personal interview appointment. 23-275-3tc IMMEDIATE PERMANENT opportunity for secretary-receptionist. Top salary, fringe benefits, 5-day week, experience desirable. Only the best need apply. Inquiries confidential. Write Box E, Times Herald ' 23-274-3tc CLEARANCE: RECONDITION ed sewing machines, portable and consoles. Prices start at $19.95. Singer Company, Carroll, Iowa. 55-243-tfc 1964 CHEVY, BEL AIR, 4-DR., V-8, automatic, near new rubber, 1 owner 1968 Dodge fever trade-in. 1964 Ford Custom- Line 4-dr., V-8, automatic, factory air-conditioning, 45,000 actual miles. Immaculate inside and out. Wittrock Motors. 7f-275-tfc tal Turkish Cypriote dug fortifi cations and put up barricades. In 1969 the South Vietnamese sung. Badges awarded by the Cub- master were: Dean Hoffmann, showman activity; Alan Fara, athlete's and outdoorman; Douglas Schroeder, Todd Nelson, Keith Misselhorn, David Wiese, Jon Hass, Tim Lakers, Mike Phillips, Jeff Scoring, engineers activity badge. Bobcats The same gold bars were used to commission, in Michael, Gerald, James rick, and now Lonnie. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kasperbauer who reside on the family farm near Manning. An Army enlisted man during World War I, John Kasperbauer saw combat in Europe. He was in France at the time the Armistice was signed. All the sons received their early schooling at Manning. Michael, Larry, and Patrick attended Iowa State University. James completed his studies for a college, degree through the Air Force bootstrap pro- er. A total of 2,090 Carroll Court- ty farmers participated in one or more farm programs administered through the county of* fice in 1967. Major accomplishments of the 1967 program in Carroll County included diverting approximately 23,000 acres of corn land from production under the 1967 program, measuring corn and diverted acreage on 1,015 farms before! planting time last spring and issuing 1,089 Commodity Credit Corporation loans on grain. In addition to new information being presented at the' will be a gram and Gerald is studying! angwer discussion iiions ana put up parncaaes. would be given a considerable 'received their registration The new crisis on the island I number of he iicopters and new cards. developed last week after a bat-1 ffomA ve hicles such as person- tie in which 25 Turkish Cypnots nel carriers. More Vietnamese and two Greek Cypriots were killed. A U.N. peace force has patrolled Cyprus since a civil war airmen would be trained as helicopter pilots. The United States now provides most of the airpower and m 1964 that erupted after the artillery for the South Viet . Greek Cypriot majority revoked namese ^my. There is no indi- 1962 CHEVROLET STATION wagon, near new tires, snow tires and battery, automatic, power steering, clean. $750.00. Dick Happe, Heires Electric Co. 71-275-2tc FRESH CUT IOWA GROWN CHRISTMAS TREES will be available again.. They .are still, growing in our plantation. CALL TO RESERVE ONE 1964 CHEVROLET IMPALA, 2- dr. H'tp, V-8, with stick. Donald Reineke, Ph. 9031, Carroll. ^N^S^NX" Auto Service 71-275-2tp ^xx\« 75 special rights given the Turkish cation of any major change in minority in the independence this possibly because U.S. mili- agreement with Britain. tary i ea ders in Vietnam have Turkey blamed the battle last used control of these important week on Gen. George Grivas,' res0 urces to apply leverage on commander of Greek and Greek the Bouih Vietnamese when per- Cypnot forces on the island, and suas i on was needed, charged Greece had landed additional troops on Cyprus. An- The Vietnamese army now kara issued an ultimatum that has a mixture of M14 rifles and Turkish forces would be sent if carbines, except for a relatively the Greeks were not withdrawn, small number of the M16s given to the South Vietnamese elite Greece m reply proposed a i r b orne and marine units. JIM STRAUTMAN 405 S. Walnut Dial 4233 55-275-3tc P B X OPERATOR, FRIDAY arid Saturday night, hrs. Ill to 7. Apply Personnel Office, St. Anthony Hospital. 23-275-3tc Situation Wanted 24 IRONINGS WANTED. PH. 9926. 24-274-3tc PIANO IN STORAGE Beautiful spinet-console stored locally. Reported like new. Responsible party can take at big savings on low payment balance. Write: JOPLIN PIANO CO. Joplin, Missouri 64801 55-275-3tp 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 estimates." 75-112-ltc Houses For Sale 63 Hatcheries 32 BLITZ THOSE RATS WITH "Blitz-Rat Bait." Unconditionally guaranteed. Carroll Hatchery. 32-273-6tc Farm Machinery 33 NEW BRADY 2 ROW STALK Chopper for rent. Duane Shrad, Maple River. 33-276-2tc JOHN DEERE STALK CHOP- per, Ph. 2967. 33-276-2tp 34 HOUSE FOR SALE BY OWNer: New 3 bedroom, 2 baths, recreation room, dining room, attached double car garage. Close to southside schools. Will consider trade or contract sale. Call 2522 after 6:30. 63-2744tc Gilbert Klindt New May's Manager Gilbert Klindt recently assumed the position as manager of the Earl May Seed and Nursery Store in Carroll after being assistant manager of the Company's store in Atlantic for three years. He succeeded Leo KeniTebeck, who retired. Mr. and Mrs. Klindt and their daughters Cynthia, 11, and Shirley, 9, reside at 320 West 10th Street. They belong to St. Paul Lutheran Church, and the girls attend Carroll Public School. talks on insuring the safety of the island's two communities, but the Turkish Cabinet rejected this Thursday. Greece did not acknowledge that she had sent more soldiers to the island. Diplomatic sources in Athens said the Greek government felt it had already made a conciliatory gesture by withdrawing Grivas from the island and forbidding him to return. The M16 is lighter than the M14 and has a higher rate of fire than either the M14 or the carbine. The South Vietnamese regular forces number some 334,000 men and there are indications virtually all of them eventually will get the M16. Westmoreland reportedly won approval in principle of-his proposal but details aren't firmly The sources said the Greek set No dollar figure on tne cost military regime was willing to - - retire Grivas and pension him off. Action songs by the group were led by Den 5. The December meeting will be on the 4th. The meeting c 1 o.s e d with the promise; and refreshments were served by Dens 4 and 6. Members of the Delta Kappa Gamma Society had a luncheon at Tony's in Carroll Saturday when Marvel Fielding, Louise Kluegel and Mabel Oxenford of Glidden were hostesses. President Rena Liddell of Denison conducted the business meeting. Grace Andresen of Manning moderated a group discus sion on "Discovery of;.Persona Values." Manning members at tending were Verna Karsten Grace Andresen, Margare Ohde, Ruth Soper, fheo Sorte- dahl, Eileen Thompson and Theodora Mick. Manning 4-H Club leaders at tending conference in Carrol Monday were Mrs. Lorenz Ahr endsen, Mrs. W. D. Felker Mrs. Francis Zerwas and Mrs Virgil Genzen, all day; anc Mrs. James Mork, half a day. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Him and of the project was available. Detailing his plans at the National Press Club last Tuesday, Westmoreland said that in 1968 his command intends to "provide new military equipment to revitalize the Vietnamese army, and prepare it to take on an ever-increasing share of the war." oward his degree through the iod CQvering ^ aspectg ame program. Lonnie was majoring in agrl- ulture at Northwest Missouri itate College when he entered he Army. His twin sister, Linda, a jun- or at Iowa State University, and his fiancee, Julie Monson, of Manning, also attended the ceremonies at' Fort Sill. His other sisters are Mrs. Marian Fitzsimmons of Vail, and Mrs. Patricia Sheets, Cedar Rapids. purposes of USDA farm programs. • Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) • Gold (Continued From Page 1) reported on the brink of leaving the pool despite denials in both Brussels and Rome. British government officials and financial experts, already angered by De Gaulle's maneuvering to keep Britain out of the Common Market, made no se cret of their belief that the assault on gold was part of a de termined bid by De Gaulle to wrest financial leadership of the world from the United States and Britain. The British informants said one American line of defense is most of them at night observa- ;ion posts outside the company's perimeter. The Viet Cong retreated after two hours under a pounding by artillery and helicopter gun- ships. Most. of the wounded Americans returned to duty after first aid, a U.S. spokesman said. The Dak To front in the cetv tral highlands was quiet after three weeks of epic fighting— the costliest battle of the war; for both sides—culminated in l the Thanksgiving Day capture of Hill 875 by American para- ; troopers. Only one contact with North Vietnamese troops Was reported since Thursday afternoon. The U.S. Command increased " the casualty figures for bothj sides ait Dak To, reporting 280 Americans and 1,398 North Viet- r namese killed and 974 Ameri-' cans wounded there since fight- ~ ing began Nov. 3. It said Ameri-1 to halt American investment in. can forces killed 1,005 of the'; Western Europe, particularly France, and dry up the French supply of dollars available for conversion into gold. Another defense, they said, FEED RATH ANIMAL PRO- tein feed. It's balanced to increase the feed efficiency and pours more profit into your pocket. Carroll Hatchery. 34-273-6tc 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 BUY OF THE Just listed a two year old three bedroom ranch. All elec. kitchen with Island divider (on front of home). Carpeted throughput. Walkout type basement with finished 4th bedroom, rec. room, built-in (confection) bar plus % bath and utility room. Attached extra large 2-car garage. Owner being transferred and has priced 'this excellent home under $20,000. Price Includes all .drapes, curtains, etc. JOHN GNAM REAL ESTATE PHONE 3815 63-274-ltc SMALL TwcTTiTb ROOM home, northside, good condition. Contract available to re- TO NAME SLATE A slate of officers for 1968 will be presented for election by Ihe Band Boosters of the Carroll Community Schools at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 27, in the school lunch room. The nominating committee includes Ted Krogh and James DeBower. Robert Ratigans Visit at Auburn AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert R a t i g a n and family, Bancroft, were Sunday guests He also forecast that next of his parents, Mr, and Mrs. year the United States is counting on decreasing the number of military advisers "where the professional competence of Vietnamese officers makes this possible." liable party. Estate. Thelen Real 63-275-4tc Houses For Rent 64 MODERN 2 BEDROOM HOUSE. Ph. 9348. ' 64-276-3tc HAMPSHIRE BOAR, FROM testing'station. Ph. 792-3086. Cletus Brincks. 41-276-2tp 2 USED DUROC MALE HOGS. Norbert Leiwuer, Carroll. 41-276-3tp PURE-BRED HAMPSHIRE boars, serviceable age, guaranteed. Ray Brincks, Auburn: 200. Floyd Weiderien, Lake City: 464-8851. 41-276-tfc HAMPSHIRE MALE PIG. HAR ry Bruggeman, Carroll. 41-276-2tp 3 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE in Glidden. Ph. 659-3664. 64-276-3tp NEAR NEW 3 BEDROOM, southside, close to Holy Spirit Church. $90.00 per month. Immediate possession. Write Box M, Times Herald. 64-274-6tp NICE HOME ON SOUTHSIDE, with nice yard and garage. Reasonable to right party. Ph. 2992. 64-274-tfc Walter Ratigan. Kim Bean, Council Bluffs, spent Sunday night and Monday with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean. Mrs. George W e rn i m d n t spent the weekend with relatives and friends at Council Bluffs. Regina Oswald accompanied her home for a week's visit. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich were weekend guests in Couples Show Travel Pictures (Times Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW — Mr. and Mrs. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mar- H. J. Blink and Mr. and Mrs. Roger and Mrs, Annette Tim- w fee ^ remove the w merman and Warren spent b . f the doll thus Thanksgivmg with relatives in « $ b}m f the $13 bu . Eagle Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Joens meet the rush. lion \Vorth of gold in Ft. Knox to have been visiting in the Allan Joens home in Randall. Play for Master Points in Bridge (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Eleven tables'^ "^fmniion-had "bee"n They said the dollar would be in real trouble only if all holders of the $14 billion worth of U.S. overseas liabilities get together and demanded gold at one time.- Few believed that likely. The rush on gold began Wednesday and within a few hours 20 tons of bullion—worth wee Bridge Club Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hoffmann were hosts to the group at the Sacred Heart parish hall, where play was directed by Mrs. 0. G. clouse of Jefferson. , Winners were: North-South: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, . Denison (1); pomt bought. Market officials said well over 100 tons, about $112 bought enemy, and South Vietnamese forces claimed the others. , J Loss of four more planes over| North Vietnam brought to 75JQ the total number of U.S. combat•_' aircraft officially reported j downed in the North. " \ The loss was revealed in tha latest periodic summary of ah*- craft losses, and the U.S. Com- 1 mand gave no details. Presuma- * bly they went down between 1 Nov. 14-21, the period of the re- v I port. During one raid northwest Hanoi Thursday, an Air Force i F4 Phantom fighter-bomber aft > tacked two MIG21 interceptors "I preparing to run on another / flight of Phantoms. i The American fliers, Lt. Col. ; was Busy Thimbles Start Baby Quilt (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Busy Thimbles Beach, Fla., and his c jH cerj lst Lt- William T. Nicholson, 25, of Mercer Island? Wash., said one of their missiles' hit one of the MIGs, setting off a large black explosion. But the MIG disappeared into the clouds, and so far they were credited with only a probable kill. Collins had been credited with 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— 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 6— Everett Dennis-, closing out farn sale. 3Vi miles North of COOB Rapids, on black top. lOVi mile» South of Glidden on black top. Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer and Lloyd Laughrey. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 6— Frank Kemper, complete closing out farm sale. 4V& miles South of Templeton, or 9 miles North of Audubon on Hi-way 71. Meryl and Dave Kerkhoff, Auctioneers. tin Koppelman at Lawton. They w i 11 i a m Redenbaugh were Mr. and Mrs. William Fergu- ^ _ called Saturday on her cousin, | hosts to two'groups — one on son, Glidden (2); Mrs. Grace O f the Presbyterian Church downing a MIG15 in the Korean Mrs. Ray Willert of Spencer, in < Thursday night and one on Fri- j Gamble and Mrs. Clyde Slinin- m ct Thursday. Minnie Jensen War 15 years ago "_;-- C*- T A n A M U>r» 'LTsvnvtitnl Oi/Mtv J__. __• _.!_ i. ~i J.U«. T> „ J ~«U«. i «-U trot* .Tpffpr^ntl (%}* Fir Jinri <r\**f\c<f\ntn.r\ TV* n rtlr DfflWI nrf /lf*\7n_ St. J o s e p h's Hospital, Sioux day night-r at the Redenbaugh ger, Jefferson (3); Dr. and presented Thanksgiving devo- City. home. Travel pictures of Ice-, Mrs. Ashton McCrary, Lake tions, and Margaret Hinze was .. _ __. lxi*A__/jl\ 1*1 H it i ml Mr. and Mrs. Russell Cross,! land, Norway, Sweden, Fin- City, (4). | hostess for the day. The group Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. William land, • Denmark, Russia, Ger-| East-West- Mr and Mrs Al-' be S an work on a bab y < l uilt »l ' INSTANT SUCCESS ESPANOLA, N. M. (AP) — _» v —.^ j ..-. . —.— -, .. iM A»v»j *•*-v*»»»»w* »%j -vv»._™-f»v«j «—- | XjaSL"VV coU* 1VH. diiu IVllQ. /T.I" —° < * f-i T-» "\K 1 ' Oestreich, Lytton; Mr. and many, the Netherlands, Bel- len stroh Carroll (IV Mrs ' and did other quilting and sew- Forest Ranger Marcelino Mrs. Kris Thomsen, Yetter; gium, France, Ireland, Eng- Margaret Tracy, Deriison, Mrs', ing. ' /lllf! ™ ^" th ° fra " ™* Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kent, land and Scotland were shown L OU i s Schelldorf. Manning (2); Lake City and. Mr. and Mrs. by the host couples. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pahde, Verdie Maunu were Thursday Jane Bruner, student at Iowa Manning (3); Mr. and Mrs. guests in the home of Mr. and State University, Ames, is Mrs. Walter Oestreich to ob- home for quarter-break. Mr. Hilbert Koenig, Halbur (4). Dr. and Mrs.. John- Hornber- serve the birthday of Mrs. Oes- and Mrs. Jim Bruner of Des .,, , . ^ at treich. Tre evening was spent Moines were weekend visitors °, ,, ~ „ socially. Refreshments were in the L. D. Bruner home. The a ' served and Mrs. Oestreich re- L. D. Bruners and daughters ceived gifts. were Thanksgiving dinner Legion 6 | Gutierrez knew the trap was Esther Circle of the United supposed to catch a bear — Presbyterian Women met Fri- but he didn't think it would day at the home of Margaret i work so fast. The ranger had Hinze, with Faye Hill as co-j just finished setting a gate-type hostess. Patricia B r u c k gave | trap for a bear in a nearby COMPLETES COURSE CAMP PENDLETON, Calif. the lesson and devotions. The circle members will meet Dec. . 15 at the home of the chairman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schmidt j F re dda Hinz, to pack Christ- canyon when Steve Archuleta drove up in chuleta said, a bear trap before." Gutierrez his truck. Ar- "Fve never seen family attended a junior, mas pi ate s for shut-ins. Esther took Archuleta over to the trap guests of the Emmett Williams' hi S h program at Ellsworth on and Ruth Circles will be in and said, "You put the bait in- at Rockwell City.. Friday evening, directed by charge of the program for the side" as he demonstrated the. l "- "chmidt's sister, Mrs. UPW annual Christmas Mr. and Mrs. Ole Hoeg vis- ! Mrs. S UPW annual Christmas potluck - Marine Pvt. Terry C. Wolfe, ited Tuesday with Mary Albert- Neil Carlson. Following the pro- an d worship service on Dec. 1. gram the group went to the Ann Wingrove was hostess to son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice V. son in Council Bluffs. contraption. Suddenly, ou^ ambled a black bear. Both men were startled. Gutierrez in- Wolfe of' Rt. 3, Carroll, ; has Dr. and Mrs. Joe Blass were H. C. Sawtell home in Gilbert the Bible Readers on Thursday, stinctively planted his boot on • ? ^* r . '.' . r r l_ — .. .^i_ >,i -r 111 • r* ._ _~1_.~_ l 4li.«.W.n n*t 'ft v*nn ft n**fl *W A d4-nM4-1 f\ft 2 HOUSES FOR RENT; 113 E. 9th, 3 bedroom; 902 N. Main, 3 bedroom. Ph. 3508 between 9 and 5, weekdays. 64-274-tfc FRIDAY, DECEMBER 15— 12:30, Complete Closing Out Farm Sale of John Lengel. 4 west of Coon Rapids .to Evergreen school and 1 mile north. Wieland Se McCarville, Aucti. completed twb weeks of train- hosts Sunday evening at a buf- for refreshments. with Lillian Spear as co-hos- the bear's nose and the startled UUIUUICUCU IWU WCCIVO m u am-i uuato uuuuaj tvwinuK a« a uui- .,.,.- ! • j • i iu i ing under simulated combat! fet supper for the Couples Card Brief callers in the home of tess. Mrs. Wingrove presented animal scurried into the trap conditions in the fundamentals Club. Mr. and Mrs. Don Nelson Mrs. Ella Rowedder Wednes- devotions^ and the^Bible discus- with j^edoor^ slamming behind of day and night patroling, em- and Mr, and ployment of infantry weapons, survival methods and assault son are new Mrs. Hazle tactics at this Marine Corps Monday with her daughter and Mr. Merle Wiese base. family at Wayne, Neb. i Moines. of Des on Dec. 11 at the Methodist my curiosity to myself,' i Church. ' said. be

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