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F.L.C. Club Is Entertained At Luncheon Mrs. Carl Bauerle and Mrs. Roy Heuton entertained F.L.C. Club members and guests at a one o'clock luncheon Friday at the former's home for the club's last meeting of the 1973-74 season. The women were seated at quartet tables decorated with lilacs. Guests were Mrs. George Holland, Mrs. Orval Mobley and Mrs. Emery Kennett. Mrs. Albert Janssen. vice president, conducted the business meeting, opening with the pledge to the flag and a reading "Memories of Mother". She also spoke briefly about her mother. In the program titled "Show and Tell", members exhibited and told about their hobbies or heirlooms. Included in the display were examples of ceramics, paintings, crocheting and sewing, old newspapers and advertising cards dating back to 1880. In a ceremony which had as its theme "Let Your Light Shine", Mrs. D. L. Hillyer installed the following new officers: Mrs. Janssen, president; Mrs. Merle Stevens, vice president; Wilma Mohler, secretary; Mrs. Heuton, treasurer; and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, historian. During the social hour the group held a silent auction. The first meeting of the 1974-75 club year will be on Sept. 13. Astrology Monday, May 13,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) Don't get too involved with friends in situations where you'd have to dig in your purse for cold, hard cash. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Your ideas are not in harmony with those of your contemporaries on how to handle certain things. With everyone wanting his own way, goals won't be realized. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) You will have difficulty in getting information that's inv portant for your immediate needs. Don't despair. Keep digging. CANCER (June 21-July 22) One who is usually generous won't be in a "giving" mood today. Save yourself from embarrassment. Don't ask for what's his. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Make it a point to obey all the rules of those in authority, even if it conflicts with your way of doing things. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Place yourself where your work or career is concerned. Otherwise, you'll build up a lot of unnecessary pressure and won't perform your finest. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) If you're in the company of one who does not deal openly and frankly, it's best not to seek further involvement with this person. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov.22) Demands made today by your mate or associates are apt to be rather severe and dictatorial. Don't let them throw you off-balance. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Be sure anyone doing work or a service for you understands what you expect from them. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan 19) Desire is likely to burn a hole in your wallet, causing you to spend more than you should on something you can well do without. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Morning is the best time to tend to personal interests. From afternoon on, others will have your day mapped out for their needs. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) A stronger personality will dominate your thinking if you give him the least opening. Have more faith in your own thoughts, ideas. YOUR BIRTHDAY May 13, 1974 New friends this year will bring with them ideas that will eventually alter your outlook. Open your mind to the progressive and new. Talks Continue in Packer Strike COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP) — Negotiations are to continue Saturday in attempts to settle the strike at the Beef- land International packing plant here, which began May 2. Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East W L Pet. GB St. Louis 1613 .552 — Philadelphia 1514 .517 1 Montreal 1111 .500 1V 2 Chicago 1114 .440 3 New York 1217 .414 4 Pittsburgh 917 .346 5V 2 West Los Angeles 21 9 .700 — Houston 1912 .594 3 San Fran. 1714 .548 4>'-> Cincinnati 1313 .500 6 Atlanta 1317 .433 8 San Diego 1419 .424 8'ij Friday's Results New York 7, Chicago 2 San Francisco 5, Atlanta 4, 13 innings Philadelphia 3, Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 2, Houston 1 Montreal 5, St. Louis 4 Los Angeles 7, San Diego 5 Saturday's Games San Francisco (Bradley 3-3) at Atlanta (Reed5-2) New York (Swan 0-2) at Chicago (Frailing2-l) Houston (Griffin 4-1) at Cincinnati (Nelson 1-2) N St. Louis (Siebert 2-2) at Montreal (Renkot-4) Pittsburgh (Moose 1-3) at Philadelphia (Carlton2-3) N Los Angeles (Rau 2-1) at San Diego (Corkins 2-0 or Arlin 1-3) N Sunday's Games Houston at Cincinnati, 2 San Francisco at Atlanta, 2 Pittsburgh at Philadelphia New York at Chicago St. Louis at Montreal Los Angeles at San Diego Anniversary Parties Given For Rupipers The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Rupiper of rural Carroll, which occurred April 24, was noted recently at two surprise parties at their home. Coming Sunday night were six couples including the Clifford Eischeids, Lawrence Sibenallers, Paul Hoffmans, Earl Wittrocks, Leo Brinckses and Jerry Rupipers. Seven couples feted them Monday nieht inHnrline the LeRov. Wayne and Ernie Rupipers, Virgil Williamses, Harold Eichs, Harold Reimans and Jerry Rupipers. Each group brought lunch and presented the honorees with a cash gift. American League East W L Pet. GB New York 1814 .563 — Baltimore 1413 .519 1M- Detroit 1413 .519 1M> Cleveland 1514 .517 I 1 2 Boston 1316 .448 3' 2 Milwaukee 1013 .435 3 ] 2 West Chicago 1412 .538 — California 1614 .533 — Texas 1515 .500 1 Oakland 1415 .483 I 1 2 Minnesota 1213 .480 1M> Kansas City 1215 .444 24 Friday's Games Baltimore 3, Cleveland 1, 10 innings Detroit 6, Boston 5 New York 7, Milwaukee 2 Chicago 8, Texas 7, 14 innings California 2, Kansas City 1 Oakland 4, Minnesota 2 Saturday's Games Baltimore (Cuellar 1-3) at Cleveland (Peterson2-0) Milwaukee (Slaton 3-3) at New York (Medich 5-1) Boston (Cleveland 1-3) at Detroit (ColemanS-l) Minnesota (Albury 1-0) at Oakland (Holtzman2-4) Kansas City (Busby 4-3) at California (Stoneman 1-2) N Chicago (Kaat 4-1) at Texas (Clyde 1-0) N Sunday's Games Baltimore at Cleveland, 2 Milwaukee at New York, 2 Boston at Detroit Chicago at Texas Kansas City at California, 2 Minnesota at Oakland 4-H News MANNING - The Manning 4-H Clovers met May 1 for the annual Mothers Tea at the school cafetorium. Hostesses were Jill Escher, Marlys Stoelk, and Carol and JoAnn Struve. Roll call was taken with the girls answering with their favorite clothing accessory and by pointing out their mothers to the other members. There were 27 girls and 20 mothers at the tea. Jackie Handles reported on the Health Clinic held at Carroll on April 23 which 20 members attended. Carol Struve told how four of the 4-H members had helped with the Girl Scout Mother's Tea. Discussion was held on the 4-H outing to be held at Swan Lake. The committee set up to plan the outing is Janet Christensen, Marlys Stoelk, Lori Gross, Janet Herbers, Marcia Hansen and Sarah Carter.. Demonstrations were given by Carol Struve on "Hems",and "Care of Clothes" by Marcia Hansen. The guest speaker for the evening was Mrs. Schroeder who talked about grooming. Mrs. Ahrendsen talked on the 4-H projects the girls can take to the fair. Mrs. Felker pointed out the changes in the record books. Before lunch the girls presented their mothers with gifts of scissors holders and concluded the evening by singing songs. Lunch was served by the hostesses and their mothers. MOUNT CARMEL - The Mount Carmel Community Boys 4-H Club met May 7. Carl and Denny Wiederin were hosts. Roll call was answered by naming a brand of tree. Mini corn contest plant winners were announced. Dave Baumhover won first, Tom Bellinghausen, second, and Pat Wiederin, third. Demonstrations were given by Doug Kennebeck on "Light and Plant Growth" and Allan Baumhover on "Leaves Evaporate Water from Surface." Students Earn Music Awards MANNING - Thirteen students of Mrs. Ray Wycoff were awarded gold cups at two music recitals on May 5 at the First Presbyterian Church. The cups are earned through a student's achievement at Junior Festivals, which are sponsored by the National Federation of Music Clubs. The i recipients i were as follows: large gold cups and six years certificates, Connie Wegner and Mai Kit Chandler; large cup, Shirley Renze; gold cups and gold certificates, Karen Frees, Cindy Linder, Cynthia Curlile, Susan Crandall and Susan Grimm; gold cups, Linda Shower Fetes Minnesotans MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen hosted a dinner and shower on Mav .5 at their home in honor of Sue Jesberg and John Hinz of Minneapolis, Minn. The couple will be married on June 8 in Minneapolis. Other guests present were Mrs. Mary Hinz and Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kaspersen of Boone, Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruhn of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Gruhn and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boock of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boock of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vollstedt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Genzen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Segebart and family of Manilla. A Joy in June! Printed Pattern Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 There's Gold In Your Attic! All copy for classified ads and classified display ads must be in the Times Herald by 9 a.m. day of publication Monday through Friday and 8 a.m. on Saturday to insure publication. CLASSIKIKI) DISPLAY I'er column Inch $1 70 Additional insertions $1.50 CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDKR One day. per word I2t ' Three days, per word 26c Six days, per word 3Hc CARD OF THANKS 20 words or less $2.50 Over 20 words lOc per word Card of Thanks 3 CARD OF THANKS Many thanks to the hospital staff and doctors; relatives and friends for flowers and visits, and all who remembered me and my family while I was hospitalized. Darrell Pudenz 3-112-ltc Business Opportunities 5 9010 10/2-18/2 Hansen, Kristi Thomson, Sara Bunz, Teresa Hass ana usa Hass. National Honor Certificates will be awarded to these students. A gold certificate in Hymn Playing was earned by Mai Kit Chandler, and yearly certificates by Marcia Hansen, Wanda Tank, Sara Thomson, Laurie Christensen, Lori Gross, Kathy Klinker, Craig Wegner, CarolynHenze. joe Clark, Dana Schroeder, Karen Witt, and Lorri Ross. The following students were given awards for outstanding achievement at the Iowa Music Teacher Association auditions: Sara Bunz and Cindy Linder for highly superior and being alternate winners in their class; Laurie Christensen, highly superior; and Susan Grimm and Janet Genzen for having earned three consecutive superiors. Food Stamp Fraud Scheme is Uncovered Cedar Rapids, Iowa ( A P ( — Federal investigators say they have uncovered what appears to be a fraud scheme in the Linn County food stamp office. Authorities said Friday two special auditors have been examining food stamp records since a routine audit earlier this year turned up several discrepancies. A JOY IN JUNE, asset in August, smart in September! You'll love going places in this free - falling one - piece dress with a layered look. Printed Pattern 9010: Half Sizes 10V6. 12y 2 , 14V6. K' 1 ^. 18%. Size 14V 2 (bust 37) takes 1 % yards 60-inch. Soncl $1.00 for each pattern. Add 2tic fur each pattern for first-class mail and special bundling. Send to Marian Martin -V Daily Times Herald Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York. N. Y. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. ON'K FUKK PATTKItNof your choice lo send for, one five pattern inside XKW SPUING- Sr.MMKU PATTKUN CATALOG, lull styles, all sizes, free pattern coupon. Send 75<" now. SEW + KNIT Book with basic tissue pattern. ... $1.2:1 Instant Fashion nook $1.00 Instant Sewing Book $1.00 Not Easy to Bury a Bill Now DES MOINES—It used to be that if a legislator wanted to bury a bill in the Iowa Legislature, he'd refer it to a study committee. That's no longer true. One reason, and perhaps the main one, that the 1974 Legislature ran so long, 112 days, is because the lawmakers came to grips with so many controversial subjects. And more often than not these controversial subjects had been studied by an interim study committee comprised of legislators, or, in some instances, a study committee composed of both legislators and experts in a given field. Some of these studies are the culmination of several years' research, said Serge Garrison, Director of the Legislative Service Bureau. While the Legislature does not necessarily follow the recommendations of these study committees, nevertheless the research involved often gives the lawmaker a new insight into the area being investigated and usually provides a wealth of information to draw upon for years to come. The consumer credit code enacted by the 1974 General Assembly is such an example. Other interim studies which served as the basis for legislation, either in whole or in part, this past session include: intermediate educational units, criminal justice, mental health and juvenile institutions, reduction of highway fatalities, local funding and budgeting, energy crisis, uniform commercial code, administrative procedures act, functional classification of highways and department of transportation. The work of several study committees, namely no-fault insurance and land use, did not see fruition in terms of their recommendations being enacted into law. But, then again, there's always another session. FOR LEASE Good gallonage 2 bay Service Station in Audubon. Good income potential with minimum investment. CALL COLLECT: BOB HUSCHER APCO OIL 515-232-4184 after 5:30 during week, anytime weekends. Where To Go 17 Announcements JUNIOR SUMMER Basketball League. Ages 15-19. Contact Michael Kelly 792-2212. 6-109-6tp Business Services 14 FREE STORAGE of winter garments. Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4333. HR Cleaners. 14-95-tfc If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at least 20% this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 TELEVISION SERVICE — Prompt attention. Fair prices. Qualified technicians. WATTERS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-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 WHY SHOULD Seagulls have all the fun? Fisher Aviation. Inc. 792-9128. 14-109-6tc STARTER. GENfcKATOK magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. 14-tc INSULATION Call for free estimate. INSULATION IS OUR ONLY BUSINESS D&M Insulation Co. Box 156 Phone 792-3707 Carroll, Iowa 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 280 players Bar refreshments available. 'Fun for young and old alike. / ' 350 500 i/ {. I7-99-21C Situation Wanted 24 BABYSITTING. HIGH SCHOOL Senior boy wants farm employment - prefers with livestock (plans to study veterinary medicine. ) 792-9738 24-108-6tc LET THE DAIIY TIMES HERALD HELP YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE Timei Herold, Carroll, la. Saturday, May II, 1974 Read The Want Ads Seeds & Feeds 34 Read The Want Ads Good Things To Eat 18 NEED A change? Try a Hoagie Sandwich — Ham, salami, lettuce and cheese, all on a long bun —Pizza Hut. 17-266-ltc FRIDAY & SATURDAY ENTERTAINMENT GARY JOHNSTON SUNDAY MOTHER'S DAY SMORGASBORD Beginning at 11 A.M. FOR FINE FOOD - DRINKS- ENTERTAINMENT Jhe, 17-lll-2tc LET DAILY TIMES HERALD ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE MOTHER'S DAY Sunday, May 12 Take Mother out to THE PIN OAKS Serving Buffet Only 11:30 to 7 Positions Avoilable 26 WANTED: BUYER to operate area hog buying station. Must have good livestock and farming background. Buying experience preferred but will train right man. Write Box X-24, Daily Times Herald, Carroll. 26-112-6tc I8-110-31C MOTHER'S DAY SMORGASBORD SPECIAL TREAT YOUR MOTHER TO WHAT SHE DESERVES A DAY OFF BAR-B-Q-RIBS BAKED HAM FRIED CHICKEN FULL SALAD BAR DESSERT Serving from 11 A.M. MAC'S CASINO Hwy. 30 West —Carroll 18-105-2tc Florists 19 PARK GARDENS offers Mother the unusual, the original or the just plain ordinary gift. Park Gardens. 19-110-2tc Sales Help 21 ONE-CALL CLOSER EXPERIENCED ONLY MINIMUM GUARANTEED WEEKLY DRAW AGAINST COMMISSIONS. Nationally advertised company looking for specialty salesman such as home in- provements. mutual funds, insurance, land, franchises, vending, freezer plan, education, paint franchises, etc. Our lop producers earn $25.000 to $50,000 commissions per year. Must be able to travel extensively and have good car. Call John Vander Kuyl. toll free for additional information and personal interview at (800) 621-1006. (800) 621-8182. 1800) 621-7501. 21-112-Hp WANTED: ADULT saleslady in local retail store. Experience preferred. Write Box T-20 Daily Times Herald. 21-110-3tc SALES PERSON For new expansion store. Salary plus commission. Apply in person during store hours. CARPET WORLD Carroll, Iowa 21-109-6tc Help Wanted 23 WANTED Reliable local person to manage retail unit in Carroll. Retail experience preferred but not necessary. Reply to: H.W.Bradley Co. Box 1108 Spencer, Iowa 51301 Plant the BIGG Funks G Hybrids come through with high yields of dry corn. A good selection on hand in our warehouse at Maple River. For pickup or delivery. call 673-2626 anytime. Lawrence Wittry G Dealer Arcadia, Iowa 34-I07-61C Livestock For Sale 41 26-111-31C Farm Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-All bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.,Halbur, Iowa. PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. DUROC BREEDING stock, any age. Priced reasonable. Also Hereford bulls, serviceable age. Hockett & Son Manning 653-0314. 41-I12-18tp Pets 46 FREE KITTENS. 1022 N. Carroll 47-112-2tc Miscellaneous 48 Seeds & Feeds 34 REASONABLE TREE trimming and removal. 792-1589. 4H-109-12tc Wanted To Buy 53 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 MOTHER'S HELPER wanted: Care for 1 infant. Live in. Own room. For minimum of one year. Boston. Write: Mrs. Phillip Gordon — 1856 Beacon St. — Brookline. Massachusetts 02146. 23-109-12tc CONSTRUCTION HELP 'wanted at Farmers Elevator, Yetter. Apply in person. 23-lll-18tc FOR SALE STARTER FERTILIZER 5-30-10 5 Tons - Bagged FARMERS GRAIN AND LUMBER CO. Carroll, Iowa 792-9820 34-111-5tc Auctions 40 DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION Dunlap, Iowa Tues., May 14 Start 12 Noon ESTIMATING: 800 to 1000 Hogs 700 to 900 Cattle 71 Reputation 2 way cross pigs — 40 to 50 Ibs. Jerrv Straight. 55 Crossbred pigs - 30 to 40 Ibs. 20 to 30 Bred sows. STOCK COWS: 36 Angus cows with calves at side — Western origin, sorted in lots to suit buyer 40 Choice Hereford i Angus cows with large calves at side, sorted in lots to suit buyer. 8 Hereford cows with calves at side. 9 Black cows — h«vy springers. BULLS: 2 — ' 2 Chinina yearling bulls. 1 — '2 Limousin bull. 5— '3 Simmental bulls. 10 Young Angus breed bulls — serviceable age — out of registered stock — no papers. CALVES & YEARLINGS: 30 Light weight steers & heifers — 350 to 400 Ibs. Salix. 37 Hereford & Black cross steers & heifers - 450 Ibs. ' 80 Choice Hereford heifers - 450 to 475 Ibs. Western origin. 15 Choice Charolais cross steers — 425 Ibs. 28 Black & Black Whiteface steers It heifers — 550 to 700 Ibs 38 Mixed color steers & heifers — 500 to 650 Ibs. 300 to 400 Cattle of all classes in late consignments. DUNLAP LIVESTOCK AUCTION For more information call 643-5761 JIM SCHABEN, DUNLAP BOB PRYER, WOODBINE LAWRENCE MAJOR, DUNLAP 40-112-ltc WANTED TO Buy — Used youth size golf clubs. 792-9518 after 5 p.m. 53-99-tfp For Sale 5 * LAWN MOWER tune-up and repair. Have your mower ready for Spring. Bob's Sport Center, 618 W. 8th St., next to Farm Bureau Bldg. 55-62-tfc '2" REBARS, 3-6' long. 792-3876. .12perlb. 55-lll-2tc 5,000 B.T.U. AIR CONDITIONER $88.00 In Carton GAMBLES 792-4361 55-111-21C FOR SALE 1 l'i Ton air conditioner — J75 ' Single bed. desk, dresser —$60 ' Sofa. 2 matching chairs —$60 ' 2 Stools — $16 Other items available 1945 N. Main after 6 P.M. 55-II0-31 p SPECIALS THIS WEEK Japanese Yews, Junipers, and AborVitas 3 or more Less 10% —all sizes. Hybrid tomato plants $1.75 per doz. Carroll Nursery 2 Blks. east of Hospital 55-107-«lc EMERY GRINDER. Stand power hack saw. Floor model drill press. Band saw. Jig saw. New wall oven & Plate wall furnace — gas. Electric welder. Ox acetyleen welding torch. Steer door frames. Shower base. Metal kitchen cabinets. Birch plank doors. '2 Ton chain hoist. Tap & die set. Overhead door tracks. Many small tools. L. F. Vender — Phone 792-3297. 55-111-tfc INEXPENSIVE WEATHER treated hardwood rustic rail fencing — while supply lasts. Merle Wiedemeier Co. 55-lll-3tc Store Clerk — pump man Part time, mostly weekends. High School Junior or older. $1.90 per hour to start. Call 792-9172 this weekend. CASEY'S General Store 23-m-ltc WANTED: CONSTRUCTION worker, $3.50 per hr. to start. Out of town work. 792-1179. 23-112-ltp STUCK IN A RUT? This is your chance for that better job with a future! The faster you learn, the more you can earn! Join Casey's General Store today as an assistant manager in our Carroll store. As Iowa's fastest growing gas station — convenient store chain, we can offer you unlimited and fast advancement. If you are honest, dependable and frien- •dly you qualify. Call today for a confidential interview- appointment. Phone 792-9172 28-lll-2tc SPACIOUS OLDER HOME 2 Story 4 bedroom home. Open stairway and foyer. Large lot. Priced to sell at $18,500 |istate Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson—792-9605 63-110-tfc

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