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Questions, Answers on Social Security Q. Are political contributions tax deductible? A. Yes. You may deduct up to $50 ($100 on a joint return) for contributions to political parties, candidates and campaign committees. Or you can take half of your contribution as a credit against your tax up to $12.50 ($25onaiointreturn). IRS Publication 585. "Voluntary Tax Methods to Help Finance Political Campaigns," explains the circumstances under which a deduction or credit for a contribution is more advantageous. Copies may be obtained free of charge from IRS district offices. Bulk Quantities may be purchased from the Government Printing Office in Washington, D.C. Q. I bought a pocket calculator for $150 to use in figuring out my taxes and in connection with my investment activities. Do I deduct the cost of the calculator or do I have to capitalize it? A. If the calculator has a useful life of more than one year, its cost is usually recovered through depreciation deductions over its useful life. If the calculator has a useful life of one year or less, you may deduct the entire amount as an income-producing expense or as an expense paid in connection with the determination of tax. Couples Club Ends Season MANNING - The Couples Club met on Sunday evening at Saunders Steak House for dinner before going to the Ray Wycoff's home for an evening of cards. Honors at cards went to Herb Hass., high for men; Clara Martens, high for women; Ray Wycoff, low for men; and Mildred Bennett, low for women. This was the last meeting of the season for the Couples Club, and they will not meet again until October. The Neighborhood Club met at the home of their hostess Verna Karsten. At cards, Mrs. Beulah Fink received high, and Hilda Petersen second. Toni Hinz and Cecil Rohr were guests for the afternoon. The Friendship Club met at the home of Minnie Kruse on April 17. Honors at cards went to Alma Schroeder, high bid, Alma Frahm, high score, Nettie Hansen, second, and Minnie Miller, third. Members of the Manning VFW Auxiliary entertained the residents of the Manning Plaza at a party on April 19. Queen for the day was Lilly Jochimson and runner-up was Laura Mogg. King for the day was Emil Fischer and runner-up was Bill Conrad. The residents were served juice and crackers following the games. The Harfonia Club met at the home of Emma Kiepke on April 17. Winners at cards were Hilda Fischer, Ella Schade and Amanda Bogatzke. Hilda Fischer and Pearl Kuhl were guests. Shower Honors Bonnie Stark WESTSIDE - Sunday afternoon Mrs. Lee Nobiling hosted a bridal shower in her home for Bonnie Stark, daughter of Mrs. Ewoldt Stark, with Mrs. Vern Wilken as co-hostess. There were 23 guests present. Traveling binge; was played and the prizes were given to the bride-to-be. The serving table was decorated in the bride's chosen colors of pink and white. Miss Stark will become the bride of Steve Schmitz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Schmitz, on April 27. Among Sunday dinner guests in the Dennis Backhaus home to celebrate Jerry's 10th birthday and David's 13th birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Andersen of Kirkman. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Andersen and son from Kimballton, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Custer of Council Bluffs. Mr. George Fitzloff from St. Clair, Minn., was a Monday morning caller in the Louis Rickers home. Mr. and Mrs. George Fitzloft from St. Clair, Minn., came Friday for a short visit in the Irwin Thiedeman home. Q. Is it possible after April 15 to get an extension of time to file an income tax return? A. In the typical case, the taxpayer must have taken some action on or before April 15 to qualify for an extension. To obtain an automatic two-month extension, a taxpayer must file on or before April 15 a Form 4868 along with an estimated tax payment. Hardship extensions, filed for on Form 2688. should also be requested on or before April 15. However, U.S. citizens not in the U.S. or Puerto Rico on April 15 and military personnel similarly situated are allowed a two-month extension of time for filing without any action on their part. All they have to do is attach a statement to their return showing that they were outside the U.S. and Puerto Rico on April 15. Q. I know the IRS allows for business transportation expenses 12 cents a mile for the first 15,000 miles of business travel and 9 cents for each additional mile. I think I'm spening more than that for such expenses. Can I deduct my actual business transportation expenses? A. Yes. You can deduct the actual cost of business travel ( gas . oil, etc. ) plus depreciation on your car to the extent used for business purposes instead of using the IRS standard mileage rates. Of course, you must keep records to support your deductions. For more details, see IRS Publication 463, "Travel, Entertainment and Gift Expenses." It's available free from your IRS office. Q. Can I have tax withheld on my pension? A. Yes. If you want to, you may have income tax withheld from the taxable portion of pensions and annuities paid over a period of more than one year by filling out a Form W-4P and submitting it to the payer. The amount to be withheld must be at least $5 per month and the net annuity payment received may not be less than $10. Forms W-4P are available at IRS offices. Couple Notes Anniversary LAKE CITY — Mr. and Mrs, Warren Bradley of Lake City celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, April 21, with an open house at the I.P.S. community room. About 100 persons attended from Auburn, Burlington, Carroll, Cedar Falls, Des Moines, Cowrie Harcourt, Hartley, .Jefferson, Lake City, Lohr.ville, Lytton, Mason City, Somers, Spirit Lake, Storm Lak3, Yetter , and Brook Park, Minn. Zeta Hamilton and Warren Bradley were married May 1, 1949, at the Presbyterian church in Auburn. The bride's brother, Rev. Earl Hamilton, read the marriage service. They have spent their entire married life in Lake City. Mr. Bradley is presently employed by Calhoun County. Mrs. .Bradley is secretary in the law office of Willis and Willis. They have two daughters, Mrs. Tom Hinote of Des Moines, and Jane Ann Bradley, Cedar Falls. ON STUDENT COUNCIL Mary Fran Bruner of Carroll was sworn into the office of interim student council member for the 1974-75 year at College of St. Mary, Omaha. Kathy Thielen, also of Carroll, was named an associate council member. The installations were held last week during a student senate convocation. BAPTIZED AT HALBUR ARCADIA - Todd Joseph Venteicher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Venteicher of Arcadia, was baptized April 22 at St. Augustine Church, Halbur, by the Rev. V. E. Kollasch. Sponsors were the baby's grandparents, Mrs. Leonard Venteicher of Arcadia and Paul Mayer of Carroll. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Venteicher and daughter Cindie and Mr. and Mrs. Mayer. Todd's brother and sisters, Jill, Janell, Wendy and Chris, also were present. He was born April 14 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Twice Slimming! Printed Pattern The woman with a knowing eye will recognize thai, princess seaming carves a narrower look from top to hem. Sew dress, pant suit in Units. Printed Pattern !) '2 ",:"">: Women's Sizes 34. 36, oS, 10. 12. M. -Hi. -IS. Size 3H (bust 10' takes '1\& yards 15-inch. Send $1.00 for each pattern. Add 2 Ho for eiu'h put tern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin *?<• Carroll Daily Times Herald Pattern Pept.. 23l! West IStli St.. New York. X. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP. SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. ONKKI!KK PATTKUNnfyom choice to send for. one 1'iv pattern inside NKW SPK1NO- Sr.M.MKK PATTKKX CAT A I.fMt. Illll Styles, all si/.es. free pattern coupon. Send 7">' now. SEW-f-KNIT Hook with basic tissue pattern. .?1.2r, Instant Fashion P.ook $1.00 Instant Sewing IVok $1.10 VFW Auxiliary Elects Officers MANNING — Neola Moeller was elected president of the VFW Auxiliary during the meeting April 18. Other officers elected were Mary Ann Miller, senior vice president; Darlene Lamp, junior vice president; Ester Williams, treasurer; Marge Brincks, chaplain; Peggy Nelson, conductress; Shirley Wegner, guard; and Laura Joens, trustee. Edna Hiatt gave the rehabilitation report. Shirley Wegner reported on the Junior Auxiliary meeting April 13. The Auxiliary made a $2 donation for a van at the Marshalltown Soldier's Home, $2 for a bus for Veterans at the Iowa City Hospital, $1 to Department President gift. The Auxiliary also ordered a tape of the Voice of Democracy winning speech for the women to hear and use at the school. The 6th District meeting will be held May 4, at Webster City. Virginia JoKnson received the draw pri.ie. Verna Hass and her committee served lunch. The May meeting will be memorial services and installation of new officers. The Friendly Hour Club met April 18 at the home of Alice Moore. There were 20 members and three guests, Mrs. Robert Moore and Kevin and Debbie Lorenzen, present. Roll Call was answered with "I'd rather clean the refrigerator than...." Minnie Dales received the hostess gift. Following the meeting the women had a seed and bulb exchange. Selma Vennick was in charge of entertainment. Women who won prizes were Nell Witt, Lucille Campbell, Delores Kuhn, Rose Ann Nulle, Dorothea Musfeldt and Bonnie Lorenzen. The May meeting will be at the home of Dorothy Strosahl on Wednesday evening May 15 at 7:30p.m. IN HONOR SOCIETY Nancy C. Eickman of Coon Rapids, a senior at Iowa State University, will be initiated into the campus Zeta chapter of Phi Beta Kappa during a ceremony Monday night. Phi Beta Kappa is a national honor society for students majoring in liberal arts programs. Seniors must have a scholastic average of at least 3.5 to be accepted into the society. Manning Music Student Awards Won at Contest MANNING — The Manning High School vocal and instrumental departments participated in the State Music Contest for solos and small ensembles on April 19 and 20, at Rockwell City High School. The results are trumpet solos—Jessica Zerwa I, Kevin Linder I, Janis Opperman II, Karl Rutz III; French horn solos — Mary Heinicke I, Dennis Klinker II; baritone euphonium solo—Jill Escher II; flute solo — Bonnie Schmidt I, Lisa Hinners II, Susan Grimm II; bassoon solo — Maureen Williams II; oboe solo — Nancy Grau III; bass clarinet solo—Carol Struve I; alto sax solo — Brian Joens II; Jo Ann Struve II- conta-alto clarinet solo — Janet Christensen III; B-flat clarinet solo — Bev Baker I, Martha Heinicke I, Amy Brotherton I, Gwen Fielweber II, Bev Baker II, Carol Musfeldt III, Al Stribe III, Mary Jane Rohe III; snare drum — Becky Tank I, Jerilyn Kusel I, Debbie Nissen II, Judy Stoberl II, Connie Weems II, Ron Soorrer III: trombone solos — Jon Ahrendsen II, Kirk Huldeen III; tuba solo — Stan Musfeldt II. Instrumental groups won in the following areas: brass sextet A — II with Kevin Linder. Becky Rowedder. Dennis Klinker, Jon Ahrendsen, Becky Heinicke and Pete Heinicke; brass sextet B — I with Jess Zerwas. Mike Foley. Mary Heinicke, Kirk Huldeen. Jill Escher. and Stan Musfeldt: brass quintets A — I with Kevin Linder. Jan Opperman, Dennis Klinker, Jon Ahrendsen, Pete Heinicke; brass quintet B — I with Jess Zerwas, Mike Foley, Mary Heinicke, Kirk Huldeen, and Stan Musfeldt; trumpet trio A— II with Craig Rothfolk, Barb Drees, Dave Crandall,trumpet trio B — II with Karl Rutz. Alan Fara and Tim Kienast; trumpet quartet A — II with Craig Rothfolk, Barb Drees, Dave Crandall, and Karl Rutz;, trumpet quartet B — I with Tim Kienast. Royce Ranniger. Mark Rowedder and Alan Fara; French quartet — I with Mary Heinicke, Dennis Klinker, Renee Christensen and John Stangl. Other awards were brass choir — I with Jess Zerwas, Jan Opperman. Mike Foley, Dave Crandall, Kevin Linder. Craig Rothfolk. Mary Heinicke, Dennis Klinker, Renee Christensen. John Stangl, Kirk Huldeen. Jon Ahrendsen, Wes Dammann. Brad Zerwas, Jill Escher. Becky Heinicke, Stan Musfeldt and Pete Heinicke: flute quartet A — II Nancy Fogleman. Marlys Stoelk, Bonnie Schmidt and Kim Mitchell: flute quartet B — I with Lisa Hinners, Mary Lou Rohe, Sue Grimm and Connie Wegner; flute trio A — II with Nancy Fogleman, Marlys Stoelk, and Bonnie Schmidt; flute trio B — II with Lisa Hinners, Mary Lou Rohe and Sue Grimm; woodwind duet of unlike A — III Jo Ann Struve, Janet Christensen; woodwind duet of unlike B — I Mary Rohe, Martha Heinicke; woodwind duet of like A — I Amy Brotherton, Linda Willenborg; drum ensemble — Ill Mark Jensen, Debbie Nissen, David Wiese, Dave Opperman, Rick Dammann; percussion ensemble — I Jerilyn Kusel, Becky Tank, Connie Weems, Debbie Nissen, Judy Stoberl, Mark Jensen, Ron Sporrer. Other groups placing were trombone quartet — II Kirk Huldeen, Jon Ahrendsen, Wes Dammann, Brad Zerwas; brass quartet A — I Kevin Linder, Jan Opperman, Dennis Klinker, Jon Ahrendsen; brass quartet B — I Jess Zerwas, Mike Foley, Mary Heinicke, Kirk Huldeen; clarinet quartet A — III Gwen Fielweber, Bev Baker, Linda Willenborg, Karen Witt; clarinet quartet B — II Martha Heinicke, Mary Jane Rohe, Al Stribe. Amy Brotherton; Clarinet Trio A — II Gwen Fileweber, Bev Baker, Linda Willenborg; clarinet trio B — I Martha Heinicke, Mary Jane Rohe, Al Stribe; woodwind quintet — III Nancy Fogleman, Martha Heinicke, Mary Heinicke, Maureen Williams, Sue Grimm; miscellaneous woodwinds group A — II Mary Rohe, Amy Brotherton, Bev Baker, Carol Struve; miscellaneous woodwinds group B — I Martha Heinicke, Linda Willenborg, Carol Musfeldt, Mary McNutt; woodwind trio A — I Sue Grimm, Gwen Fielweber, Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Mine it With A Classified! All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be in the Times YHerald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insure publication. CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch jl.7t> Additional insertions || 5fl CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day. per word 12c Threedays, perword 26c Six days, per word 38c CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 OverZOwords lOc per word Announcements 6 WKLCOMK DAVK Crown, our new flight instructor, Fisher Aviation Inc. 6-98-9tc CAMPING SHOW April 27 and 28 Free coffee Drawing for door prize GORKY'S HAMLIN, IOWA 6-%-5tc COME IN & SKK! N.ew tablecloths and placemats — ruffled edges — interesting color combinations. CLEMENTINE'S. 6-93-tfc Business Opportunities 5 SPORTING GOODS MAIL ORDER BUSINESS MAKE MONEY, with the most' complete lines of top brand, nationally advertised SPORTING GOODS. FIREARMS. FISHING TACKLE, and MARINE PRODUCTS. All available through one of the nation's finest mail order sources. All orders are pre-paid and drop shipped. Those who follow our suggested methods have consistently netted over $2.000.00 per month. Investment required $4.750.00 secured. For complete details phone 714-645-7644 or write (include your phone number.) U.S. Distributors Exchange •Suite 1000 Dept. K21 336 E. 17th Street Costa Mesa. Ca. 92627 5-100-llc Business Services 14 If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20 r r this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 CARPETS CLEANED in your home or place of business by Von Schrader — dry foam method Call today for free estimate. Nu-WAY CARPET CLEANING 792-3898. 14-61-tfc From a Household Spot to a Spotless House Your CARPETS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning. Isn't this the day to call 792-2155 for a free estimate 14-66-tfc Maureen Williams; woodwind trio B — III Nancy Fogleman, Nancy Grau, Martha Heinicke; saxophone quartet — I Jo Ann Struve, Brett Monson, Dean Fara, Kent Jahn. In the vocal department I's were awarded to Becky Tank. and Amy Brotherton. sopranos; Maureen Williams, mezzo; Connie Weems, alto; Brett Monson. tenor; Dean Moeller, and Kevin Linder, baritone; Douglass Hansen. brass. Other first place awards went to girl's trio A with Becky Tank, Karen Tank, Barb Drees; girls trio B — with Amy Brotherton, Maureen Williams, Carol Struve; girls quartet B — Amy Brotherton, Maureen Williams, Carol Struve, Jess Zerwas; boy's quartet B — Brett Monson, Dean Moeller. Doug Hansen, Lynn Mork; boy's quartet A — Dave Crandall, Kirk Huldeen, Mark Jensen, Karl Rutz; boys quartet double B — Brett Monson, Kirk Huldeen, Dean Moeller, Kevin Linder, Doug Hansen, Dean Fara, Lynn Mork, Craig Rothfolk; mixed quartet B — Becky Tank, Barb Drees, Brett Monson, Lvnn Mork; mixed double quartet B — Peg Dentlinger, Maureen Williams, Jo Ann Struve, Jess Zerwas, Dale Williams, Dean Moeller, Kervin Linder, Craig Rothfolk. Duets receiving I's were Karen Tank and Becky Tank; Amy Brotherton and Maureen Williams; Dean Moeller and Mark Jensen. The, chamber choir of 22 members also won a first. II's were awarded to Peggy Dentlinger, Bonnie Schmidt, and Gwen Fielweber, mezzos; Barbara Drees, and Carol Struve, altos; Karl Rutz, baritone; Peter Heinicke, and Lynn Mork, basses. Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Saturday, April 27, 1974 4 Business Services 14 FRKK M'ORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. I4-95-tfc STARTER. GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc INSULATION Call for free estimate. INSULATION IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS D&M Insulation Co. Box 156 Phone 792-3707 Carroll, Iowa M-M-UC "Where To Go 17 KING AND QUEEN NIGHT K. of C. HALL Saturday Night 9:OOP.M. Be sure to come and Invite your friends for a Night of fun and Games every Saturday. Open to the public. Seating for over 200 players Bar refreshments available. Fun for young and old alike. 287 475 17-99-Ztc NEED A change'? Try a Hoagie Sandwich — Ham. salami, lettuce and cheese, all on a long bun —Pizza Hut. 17-266-ltc SATURDAY ENTERTAINMENT •ROGER HAYNES' FOR FINE FOOD - DRINKS ENTERTAINMENT RESTAURANT and LOUNGE 17-99-2tc Sales Help 21 SALES OPPORTUNITY A young but well established company is seeking a representative in Carroll and surrounding counties. Income opportunity is one of the best anywhere. First year commission earnings for an inexperienced man. $10.000 - $14.000. Experienced man. $14.000 - $20.000. Management opportunity with this rapidly expanding company is unlimited. Experience in insurance, securities or other outside sales is a definite advantage, but is not required. This is a rare opportunity. All inquiries will be held in strict confidence. For a personal interview in your local area, send brief resume to: Ray Fraser 13812 Pierce Omaha, Nebraska 68144 21-98-5IC Help Wanteu 23 GOOD WORKERS needed at once to learn a skilled profession. Good wages, overtime, good opportunity for advancement. Apply in person. World Wide Meats, Denison. 23-84-tfc MAN OR student, afternoons. Apply in person. Don's Bakery. 23-99-3tc PAKTTIME WAITRESS — 18 or older. 2-3 nights per week. $1.65 to start. $2.00 after 30 days. Apply at THE PIZZA HUT. 23-100-3tc BOOKKEEPING AND saleswork combination - full time. I am only interested in someone who wants a permanent position. Call 792-9675 for interview. 26-95-6tc Help Wanted 23 CARROLL COMMUNITY School District needs school nurse — preferably R.N. for 1974-75 school year. Apply at office of Supt. of Schools. 792-3586. 25-97-4tc GLIDDEN-RALSTON COMM. SCHOOLS Needs full time janitor as soon as possible. Will consider husband & wife combination. Apply in writing to Dale Johnson. High School Principal. Glidden. Iowa. Auctions 40 TWO SALES THIS WEEK AT DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION Dunlap, Iowa Tues., April 30 Start 12 Noon We estimate 800-900 Hogs 900-1,000 Cattle 180 Fancy Hybred pigs. 40 Ibs. Bob Brasel Brasel 60 White cross pigs. 40-60 Ibs. Denison 20 to 30 Bred Sows Usual supply of slock cows and cows and calves. CALVES 45 Black and Hereford lightweight steers and heifers. 350-450 Ibs. 24 Black cross steers, 375-400 Ibs 22 Black Whiteface heifers. 425 Ibs 80 Choice Black and Black Whiteface steers. 400-475 Ibs.. vacc for Red Nose 30 Choice Black and Black Whiteface 400-425 Ibs. 18 Choice Black Whiteface steers and heifers. 500-600 Ibs . Earling YEARLINGS 42 Hereford steers. 650-700 Ibs.. strictly green. Bob Brasel 30 Charolais and Black cross heifers. 5-way vacc.. open. 600 Ibs.. Moorhead 28 Mixed colored steers and heifers. 600-650 Ibs.. green. Dunlap SPECIAL CATTLE SALE AT DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION FRIDAY NIGHT — MAY 3 Starting at 7:30 P.M. 2.500 Head Cattle will be sold in this order: Cattle will be sold in this order: Bred heifers and cows at 7:30 Bulls al 7.45 Calves and Yearlings at 8:00 CALVES & YEARLINGS 300 Choice yearling steers, predominately Hereford and Black Whiteface with 50 head of Santa Gertrudis cross. 600-700 Ibs.. originating from Western Nebraska. 7-way vacc Jim Winther. Woodbine 100 Choice Black Whiteface and Hereford steers. 600 Ibs.. originated Western Nebraska as calves, vacc Darrell Hansen 100 Hereford. Black and Charolais yearling heifers. 5-way vacc.. 650 Ibs.. haylage fed. Council Bluffs. 38 Fancy Black and Black Whiteface heifers. So. Dak. origin. 7-way vacc.. 650 Ibs.. Darrell Lawrenson 69 Holstein steers, strictlv green. 700-1000 Ibs. These are thin tor flesh. Frank .Edgington 400 Lightweight yearling steers, strictly green, coming off rye pasture, sprayed and wormed. 500-600 Ibs.. 50<~r Black and Black Whiteface. Wr Hereford. Balance mixed colored, sorted in lots to suit the buyer. Local farm 130 Choice short yearling heifers. Hereford and Black Whiteface. 9-way vacc. wormed. 500-525 Ibs.. Don Pool 33 Mixed colored steers and heifers. 450-500 Ibs.. Bernard Mclntosh 40 Choice steers and heifers, strictlv green. 450 Ibs.. Battle Creek 15 Angus yearling heifers, medium for flesh. 600-800 Ibs. Battle Creek 44 Angus short yearling heifers. 550 Ibs. 18 Holstein steers. 600-800 Ibs. Dean Davis 35 Choice Hereford streers and heifers 6-way vacc.. 600 Ibs. Bernard Bernes 21 Shorthorn steers and heifers. 500-700 Ibs.. Earl Schwingdorf 25 Charolais cross steers. 600-650 Ibs.. Persia 35 Mixed steers and heifers. 450-475 Ibs.. Earl Herrich 20 Choice Charolais. Hereford and Black Whiteface heifers, thin and green. 525-550 Ibs.. Jim Fouls Estate 12 Shorthorn cross steers and heifers. striclty green. 7-way vacc.. 500-525 Ibs. Alvin Greenwood 38 Charolais cross steers and heifers. 500-550 Ibs.. 7-way vacc. Gene Reise 40 Hereford cross steers and heifers. 500-525 Ibs.. strictly green. Joe Green- wbod 40 Strictly green Holslein steers. 500 Ibs.. Sjway vacc..Vernon King 90 Choice Black and Black Whiteface steers and heifers. 500-550 Ibs.. strictly green. 3-way vacc. G. E. Burbridge 27 Black and Angus cross steers and heifers. 400-500 Ibs.. 7-way vacc.. sprayed. Don Hoffman 50 Black and Black Whileface heifers. 500 Ibs.. green. Hornick DAIRY HEIFERS 50 Choice open Holstein heifers. CHV. vacc. for Red Nose. 500 Ibs.. Hamlin farm 1 Holstein milk cow. heavy springer BRED HEIFERS 65 Choice 1st calf bred heifers, mated to Angus bulls, consisting of 30 Angus. 20 Charolais and 15 Hereford — calf in April and May. Barnelt-Rustin BULLS 4 Fancy breeding bulls from R. A. Moore herd, consisting of one. '2 Simm.. 3 yr. old: two. '2 Simm.. 2 yr. old: one. 'i Limm.. 2 yr. old. 6 'a Simm. and 's Hereford cross, serviceable age. Missouri Valley The above cattle will be here and many more. Quality and quantity will be the best you will find in Western Iowa this spring. All cattle will be off local farms. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK ! AUCTION For more information call 643-5761 JIM SCHABEN, DUNLAP BOB PRYER, WOODBINE LAWRENCE MAJOR, DUNLAP 40-100-ltc Help Wanted 23 COMBINATION DISHWASHER and cook's helper. Apply in per- on. Pauline's Cafe. 23-98-6tc Positions Available 26 WANTED. EXPERIENCED bookkeeper. Full time or part time. Carroll Manor. Call 792-9281 for interview. 26-98-3tc LOOK! Continuing to increase quality of care, we are looking for an aggressive LPN. Full time. Write of phone. Sunny Knoll Care Centre. 700 E. Lake Street, Rockwell City. 297-7210. 26-98-12tC Farm Equipment 28 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-Al! ( bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: Started pullets & broilers. B & B Hatchery, Inc. 792-9870. 32-97-4tc Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. - 41-91-481C FOR SALE: 4 Hampshire Boars. Phone: 792-2773. 41-99-3tc EWES & lambs. 673-4416. 41-99-5tc EWES & lambs. 659-3664. 41-99-5tp Pets WANT'TO buy a Guniea Pig. Phone 792-3737. 46-100-ltp Wanted To Buy 53 GUINEA PIG. Phone 792-3737. 53-100-ltp WANTED TO Buy - Used youth size golf clubs. 792-9518 after 5 p.m. 53-99-tfp For Sale 55 LAVATORY. 792-2372 after 3 P.M. 55-97-6tp NEW PLAYER piano rolls. 792-9821. 55-98-5tc VOSE & SON spinet piano. Less than 1 yr. old. Excellent condition. Buy for cash or finish payments. Write Box S-lt'.Q Daily Times Herald. 55-99-3tc BIG FOUR Mark VII tire changer. About new. Complete air. Morman Conoco. 55-99-2tc 10,000 bi'U General Electric air conditioner, 110 volt. $60. Walnut buffet. $10. 792-1615 or 792-4780. 55-91-tfp 30" GAS range, small stereo console, vanity cabinet. Seen after 5. Dean McDonald. 4th house south of Glidden school on the east side of the road. 55-96-5tc 110 Volt 9,000 BTU Air Conditioner $139.95 Reg. $199.95 in carton GAMBLES 792-4361 55-99-21C BOAT — 4V x 8' fiberglass witfi trailer & camping tent inside (trailer can be used for snowmobile). Like new. 792-2831. 55-100-3tc 5 FAMILY GARAGE SALE .Monday, April 29 7-8 P.M. Tuesday, April 30 9-3 516 West 2nd ^""^P YOU SAVED and slaved for wall to wall carpet. Keep it new with Blue Lustre. IRent electric shampooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-100-ltc BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 Unique in design — 3 bedroom home on north side. Close to Carroll Public. Large kitchen/oak cabinets. Separate dining room. Sunken living room. Beautiful rec room in basement/walk out to patio. Central air. 2 1 2 Baths. Double finished garage/elec. door opener. Immediate possession. Call: Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 or Pat Beck 792-1134

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