Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 22, 1974 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 22, 1974
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For Sale Mine It With A Classified! 55 FOR SALE 1 Gas range — used 1 small refrigerator — used 1 wringer washer — used See at Montgomery Wards Hwy. 30 & Grant Road Carroll, Iowa or call 792-3513 55.120.3lc Houses For Sale 63 TO BUY or sell a home or farm, call Wilson Real Estate. Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson 792-9605. 63-18-2tc Houses For Rent 64 TO FINANCE the home of your choice see First Federal Savings & Loan Assn. of Carroll. 64-29-tfc Apartment For Rent 65 WANTED: WORKING girl to share apartment. 792-9360. 65-121-3tc EFFICIENCY APARTMENT partly furnished. Downtown. Air-conditioned. $90. Available June 1. Ed Murphy — 792-1500. 65-120-3tc 1 SINGLE apartment. 792-4500. Meyers Mobile Court. 65-120-3tc Farm Wanted 69 FARMS WANTED CALL NOW!! I have buyers for small or large farms. Will give you a free appraisal and counseling on market value. Call or write: James Weber Exclusive Farm Salesman (515)274^621, Oak Realty 3605 Douglas—Des Moines, la. or after 5 P.M.' (712)563-3042 Used Cars A Trucks 71 1971 CHEVROLET van, windows all around, extra seat. Ideal for camper, $2695. Reiff Furniture. Lake City 464-3156. 71-119-6tc 1971 CHRYSLER 300 - 4-dr.. full power & sharp. $2195.00 Glidden Auto Sales 71-121-Hc 1973 CHEV. Monte Carlo. Beautiful black, with vinyl top, Fac Air, full power. Michelin tires, new spare, low miles. McCARVILLE & SON MOTORS. 71-121-ltc im«« Harold, Carroll, | a . - _ Wodneiday, May 22, 1974 I 5 Jiffy Crochet! 7363 In ii flash, bo ready to dasli in fashionable capes! INSTANT CKOCHKT — use a bi.u hook, warm worsted. Go plain's together in mi'.tcliin.s lipplo - design capes. Pattern Totio: child's sizes 2-12: misses' sizes 10-1S included. 75 CENTS for each pattern. Add 25<* for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Alice Brooks r ; Dally Times Herald Needlecraft Dept., Box 163. Old Chelsea Station, N'ew York. N. Y. 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. New! 150 most popular designs in our 1974 Needlecraft Catalog! All crafts! THREE Free designs inside .......... 75 f New! Sew 4. Knit Book — has Basic Tissue Pattern $1.25 New! Needlepoint Book $1.00 New: Flower Crochet Bk $1.00 Hairpin Crochet Book ...... S1.00 Instant Crochet Book ...... Instant Macrame Book ... Instant Money Book ....... Complete Gift Book ......... Complete Afghans =14 ... 12 Prize Afghans =12 Book of 16 Quilts =1 Museum Quilt Book =2 .. 15 Quilts for Today =3.. Book of 16 Jiffy Rugs $1,00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 $1.00 50c 50c 50e 50c Read The Want Ads NEW CASINO CAFE NOW OPEN SERVING BREAKFAST—LUNCH—DINNER 5.A.M. to 1 A.M. Daily CATERING SERVICE Pay us a visit, enjoy good food and courteous service. Some location. Doug Staierl, Mgr. CASINO CAFE Hwy. 30 West I 19-1 lit Used Cars ft Trucks 71 Bored? Answer to Previous Puzzle ACROSS 1 Uninleresling -IB 5 Vapid 8 Tedious -^ person 12 Wild ox of 4! Celebes 4-1 13 Sheepfold (Scot.) 14 Fresh-waler mussel 15 Boggy 16 Shade tree 17 Excels 18 Calchall abbreviation 19 Maintain 21 Signs of boredom 23 Loops wilh' running knots 5 27 Kedact 5 29 Kelated on K mother's side 30 Newspaper item 33 Negative correlative 35 (liveajoblti 36 Man from Belgrade 58 62 Turn ID right Kuropcun nvi-r Old Bible translation I'loc'k law Central American count r> Ki-lalw \VaruliTer.s Social msirl -- joke Native mineral Hucchunahan cry I'revancution \iifjli 1 cast 1 Sour r'ruit mg spike Kirm land ' DOWN Noblewoman L'ohesiveness Spanish city Nonprolussionul 5 Condiment for salads fi Kleclrical units 7 A rah country 8 Detain in conversation 9 D/inkey (comb, form) 10 Tear 11 Creek goddess of dawn 19 As well us 20 Fish eggs 22 Dispiriting person' 2 wds.) 24 I'ronounccd 25 French verb 26 Vaticinator 28 Having pedal digits DO Kussian man's name :tl (Jreek letter 1)2 Asian country :)4 Antlered animal 40 1 |oveU.atin> 42 Three-Kied sloths 44 Soap plant 46 I'ocm division 47 Horedom 49 OjX'raticsong 51 Limetrif 52 Clique • 53 Yellow bugle plant 54 lleartiiinal.i 56 Uoman bron/.e 7 FORD Galaxie 500 - 4-d.r. sedan, V-8. automatic, factory air, tinted glass, local 1 owner new Dodge trade in — Spotless throughout. 70 Dodge Challenger 2-dr. h'dtop. 318-V-a, automatic, bucket seats, padded roof. Super sharp inside & out. WITTROCK MOTORS. 71-121-tfc Auto Service 75 QUICK SERVICE on motor tune- lips, brake work, front end alignment or whatever your car needs. Peters Motors. 75-121-ltc CAR RENTAL Authorized doily rental service. Iheck our rates today. HERMAN FORD-MERCURY West of the Mall, 792-1505 75-202-5* BODY SHOP CALL 792-3379 ORLANDO EICH c JOHN WHALEY CHEV. Inc. 7S4S-11C iouTTowa SERVICE RESPONSIBILITY is one of our better salesmen. Houlihan Motor Service Center. Hwy. 71-S. Carroll. Phone 792-4787." 75-43-tfc Auto Service 75 775x15 AND 825x15 4-ply nylon tubeless tires. $17.98 each mounted and balanced plus F.E.T. Craig's Gulf-Neppl Oil, Hwy. 30 west across-from Har<Jee's. 75-37-2tc New Con ft Trucks 76 :OME IN and see all the 1974 Fords — The closer you look., the better we look — Breda Auto Co. 7&-226-lfc 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 ad in our office. SATURDAY AT EVERY 1 P.M. Farmers Livestock Auction. Special Dairy Sale — the 3rd Thursday of each month. EVERY THURSDAY- 7:30 P.M. Carroll Livestock Sales. TUESDAY, JUNE 111:30 P.M. Frank Polking Estate — 120 Acre land auction. I-ocated 2 miles west & 3 4 north of Breda. Meryl Kerkhoff and Loren Albrecht. auctioneers. CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES Thursday, May 23 STARTING AT 7:30 P.M. SPECIAL FEEDER PIG SALE Expecting 1200 to 1500 Hogs Feature consignment includes-. 400 fancy Hamp cross pigs from 1 farm. Includes 200 Hamp cross pigs 60 to 70 IDS. and 200 Hamp York cross pigs — 40 Ibs. From reputation hog man Colin Gorrells. 100 Fancy White pigs — 40 Ibs. tails dubbed. From reputation hog man, Merlon Zubrod. 1 25 Fancy Spot Duroc pigs — 45 to 50 Ibs. Merle & Dave Imming. 1 00 Fancy Homp pigs — 40 to 60 Ibs. Earl Garrels. 80 Choice Duroc cross pigs — 50 to 60 Ibs. Ed Sextro. .60__ Choice White pigs — 50 Ibs. Eorl Olson. 100 Fancy Hamp-York cross pigs — 40 to 45 Ibs. Holbur farm. Plus many more by sole time. This is just a few of the early listings. We ore expecting more pigs by sole time. This will be an exceptionally good offering of quality pigs. With the depressed hog market these pigs are sure to be cheapen and it would be a good time to get them bought. CATTLE: We will have o good offering of cattle. They will be mostly good, green, light calves suitable for grass. We are planning a Special Cattle Sale next Thursday evening. Anyone having cattle to move coll us so that we con .get them advertised. Lost week's cattle market was very active, we sold over 40 weigh cows and bulls. We have several buyers for your slaughter stock, be sure to send to the Carroll Livestock Sales. We have 2 loads of cattle arriving over the week for sale at private treaty. If interested in these shipped in cattle be sure to contact us here. LISTEN to KCIM Thursday noon for latest offerings. Ringmari: Wayne Rupiper Auctioneers: John Scharfenkamp Gory Rupiper 4 Harold Wieland CARROLL LIVESTOCK SALES Gary Rupiper 669-3519 Ph. 792-3170 Ed Bueltel 792-9487 John Scharfenkamp 822-5589 40-121.Itc •Junior Editors Quiz on- PEGASUS (NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE ASSH.) SIDE GLANCES b * Gili Fox CARNIVAL by Dick Turner They'll have to invent a new term for Gerald ... possibly "My husband is interested in some new drapes for the old bay i r> _ _ i_ _ _ f^ *__oiii«M«K 1 l 11 \ t i* M«4^*t A ** 'Sophomore Senior Citizen 1 ! THE BORN LOSER window!" HOU) UXX5lC> \ NOU LIK5 by Art transom .HQV6- AAORE •sonAe pRuwe BUGS BUNNY by Heimdohl & Stoffel TH LANDLORD'S GONNA RAISE YER KENT, AN' I SEE A BIG REPAIR BILL. COMllsT UP ON YER YER GONNA LOSE TH ELECTION PER O' YER LODGE BY ONE THAT'LL &E DNE BUCK/ HAVE A GOOD DAY, FUDDSY. ALL BUGSY LOUISE BRADS MAW! HOW YOUR FAMILY MAS SEEMS ONILY YESTERDAY IT WAS "WERE COMES , X THE SRIOE"... •-A SHORT RIBS by Frank Hill HAVE MOU\ HEARD \ NEWS ?y -^ WE CAN GO HOME TO JAPAN ANY TIME WET WANT. MORE AMERICAN PROPAGANDA •D EEK & MEEK by Howie Schneider HEY. JOH/0. LET WE HAVE A 'FLAYBOV SsUlCIDE" ! FRANK AND ERNEST by Bob Thaves QUESTION: Where did the name Pegasus come from? * * * ANSWER: Pegasus was the immortal Winged Horse of Greek mythology. He sprang from the blood of Medusa, a dreadful creature, with such a horrible face that mortals svho gazed on her turned to stone. This dreadful monster was slain by Perseus, the son of Jupiter, who flew on winged sandals. Perseus then slew a sea monster, Cetus, and rescued the fair princess Andromeda. Pegasus with a slash of his hoof created a sacred spring of the Muses on Mount Helicon. Hence he has been associated with the arts, particularly poetry and song. According to different legends, Pegasus had many exciting experiences before he flew into the skies where he was 'welcomed by Zeus and made into a constellation. The main characters of the Perseus legend are enshrined as constellations and are seen in the autumn sky. Pegasus, Andromeda and Perseus are adjoining constellations. 5-22 (Michelle Dumais of West field, Mass., wins a pmefor this question. You can win $10 cash plus AP's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.) THINK THIS SMILING-... by Dave Groue ALLEY OOP AS SOON ASI PROGRAM THE WE'LL UNDS2TAXE THIS KITE PROJECT ( SOOOJ OF YOUfcS, SARNEY,.. WE\L DO OUR BEST FOR VOU, MATURAU-Y. BUT I CAN'T ABSOLUTELY GUARANTEE RESULTS/ „. ALL RIGHT, DOCTOR/ WHEN CAN WE GET STARTED? ,,.WtTH ONE WHATS THAT? STIPULATION

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