Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 23, 1974 · Page 8
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Milk Prices to Go Down by 2 Cents Gallon • Funds (Continued From Page 1) DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Several dairies which serve Iowa say the price of milk will go down two cents a gallon Junel. Spokesmen said the price cut is attributed to falling prices of raw milk sold f.n dairies. About a month ago the dairy industry raised retail .oric.es five cents a gallon Anderson-Erickson Dairy and Flynn Dairy Foods, both of Des Moines. said Wednesday the price of homogenized and two per cent low fat milk will drop two t cents a gallon June 1. The half-gallon price of the two plus skim milk will drop one cent, spokesmen said. Prices will probably drop two cents a eallon in the northwest part of the state. Fay Wells of Wells Blue Bonnet Dairy in LeMars said his firm will probably lower prices by that amount if prices to be announced by co-ops are what he expects. Bob Webster of Carnation Fresh Milk in Waterloo said that firm will wait until the market can be assessed and determine the firm's competitive position. Major chain grocery'stbre spokesmen in Iowa said they had not been informed of the planned price cuts by dairies, but said any cuts the dairies make are normally passed on to consumers. VFW Renames Cy Butterfield Cy Butterfield was re-elected commander of the Veterans of Foreign Wars at the unit's meeting Wednesday night at Denny's Cocktail Lounge. Other officers nominated and elected at the meeting were Robert Vonnahme. quartermaster; Norman Brine ks, senior vice commander; A. J. Poppe. junior vice commander: John (Jay's ) Beyerink Jr., adjutant; LuVern Olberding, service officer; and Lyle Heisterkamp, chaplain. The state convention will be held in Fort Dodge in July. • Marget (Continued From Page lr of John and Mary Marget. He spent his youth in the Forest Lake, Minn., area and in 1920 came to Carroll, where he was employed by the Carroll Creamery. In 1935 he became manager and part owner of the creamery and in 1948, sold his interest to Lange's Dairy. After leaving the creamery business he owned the Marget Distributing Company until his retirement. His marriage to Loretta Wiedemeier'took place Sent. 14, 1925, at SS. Peter and Paul Church here, with the late Rev. Lambert Schenkelberg officiating. They have made their home in Carroll since, residing presently at 321 West 14th Street. He was a member of St. Lawrence Church, a charter member of the Carroll Elk's Lodge No. 1637, and held a membership in Charles Carroll Council No. 780, Knights of Columbus. Mr. Marget is survived by his wife; three sons, John of Centerville, Robert and Geroge of Sigourney; 12 grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Emery (Alice) Johnson of Forest Lake, Minn. Two brothers preceded him in death. Shelby County received a total of $329,522 in revenue sharing funds during fiscal 1973, the report listed. Towns in Shelby County and the amounts they received include: Defiance. $2,851; Earling. $14.350: Elk Horn. $14.194; Harlan, $91.983; Irwin. $6.411; Kirkman. $1.316; Panama. $1.709; Portsmouth, $3.001; Shelby, $8.912; Tennant. $472; and Westphalia, $1,180. The massive 287-page report listed Iowa No. 4 among the states in U.S. Department of Agriculture funds received. But it said Iowa, 25th among the states in population and 30th in the number of poor. ranked 28th in total federal tunds. The report said tne amounts listed included the value of technical services supplied as well as direct cash payments to public and private agencies and assistance to individuals. It said stepped up spending by the Treasury Department, primarily in general revenue sharing funds. HEW and the Defense Department made up the bulk of the boost in federal funds to Iowa over fiscal 1972. while the only sizeable decrease was in aprirnltural payments. Iowa governmental agencies and individuals received federal funds totaling more than $2.9 billion in the 1972-73 fiscal year. That was an increase of more than $327 million over the previous year and included $94.381.924 in general revenue-sharing funds to the state, counties and cities. The first three installments of federal revenue-sharing funds were received during the fiscal year, said the OPP, which serves as a clearinghouse for information about federal programs and applications for federal grants. It was the first time the OPP had included a section on general revenue-sharing money in its annual report on federal funds received by lowans. The state got $31.461.464 and $62.888,536 was divided among the counties and cities in fiscal 1973. the report showed. It said the state used its share to fund part of the foundation school aid formula, grve extended aid to the el'derly, relieve the counties of welfare responsibilities and provide some needed state buildings. "An appraisal of the program from the viewpoint of state government based on limited experience indicates that the general revenue sharing program has many excellent facets and is favorable toward assisting the state to attain goals that might not otherwise be attained," the report said. There need to be some "technical adjustments" in it, however, the report sai'd. It observed that some counties and cities will find their fourth allotments of revenue-sharing money delayed because they failed for various reasons that weren't their fault to file reports on how they have used or plan to use the funds. The OPP said the revenue-sharing plan has been "well received in most areas" but it cautioned that local governments shouldn't consider it a permanent part of the budget. The program is funded at present for a period of onlv five calendar years. Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, MAY 25 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp We had a nice run of native livestock last week. We know the market is not very active, but we had the buyers. If you have livestock to sell please contact us we get the job done for you. All consignments are appreciated. If you need feeder cattle of any kind just call. We are always ready to serve you. CATTLE I 8 Steer & heifer calves — home raised — 350 to 450 Ibs. II Mixed heifer calves — 400 Ibs. 7 Crossbred calves — 425 Ibs. Expect 1 load of heifer calves — just right for grass. Several baby calves. HOGS Several pens of pigs of all weights. SHEEP 8 Ewes with lambs. 6 Ewes with lambs. MISCELLANEAOUS Many small articles each week. All ni|i\ fur rliissittril .ids .mil rhissilinl (ll.s|il;i\ ;K|> inilM he ii) tin* Times llrrjiltl l»\ !> a in <\i\\ nl ptililicMliiin Mnndiiv through Kruliu ami H a in nn S;ilurcl;i\ In insurt 1 imllllCilllllll ri.ASSII-'IKI) DISPLAY IVr cnlunin iiu-h $1 711 Ailililiniiiil inscrliims M 51) CLANSII-'IKI) CASH WITH OHbKH * 'Mi 1 ila\. per \vnnl I2r riirrc i|a\ s. pt't unrtl . 'H»Si\ il;us. per nurd :IHi- CAUI) OK THANKS 211 wni'ils nr K'ss *'.! Ml Ovrl ai wni-ils Kir pri ui.nl Card of Thanks 3 CARD OK THANKS We would like to thank our friends, neighbors and relatives for flowers, visits, food and spiritual gifts during the recent sickness and death of our loved one. A special thanks to Rev. Hau. Mr. Mason and the pall- henrcrs. Also a special thanks to Mrs. Ed Bluml. Luella Bedford. Vera Seidl and Arlene Rogers for preparing and serving lunch. Your acts of kindness was greatly appreciated and will never be forgotten. God Bless You all. Mr. & Mrs. Robert Thculcn and Family Mr. & Mrs. Raymond Theulen and Family Mr. & Mrs. Arden Mosman and Lonnie Mr. & Mrs. Louis Balukoff and Family 3-122-ltc Announcements 6 FLEA MARKET Coin & Antique Show Sunday, May 26 Farm Bureau Building Carroll 6-I22-2IC Lost 7 LOST: BLACK & white female cat ... silver bracelet chain 792-2200. 7-122-3tp Instruction 13 WILL TEACH private swimming lessons this summer. Qualified. Julie Textor. 792-3232. 13-122-3tc C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Paul Grote Owners and Operators Barn Phone 792-2572 located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, V4 North Auxiliary Unit Elects Officers, Holds Service ARCADIA — Memorial services were conducted at the Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 American Legion meeting Monday evening in the city hall in Arcadia for two deceased members, Mrs. Pete Schmitz, a charter member of the auxiliary and Mrs. Marvin Naber. Officers were elected during the business session conducted by the president Rose Marie Schweers. The slate of officers elected is as follows: Mrs. William Badding. president; Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, first vice president; Rose Marie Schweers, second vice president; Mrs.'Vernon Noelck. secretary; Mrs. Roy Glass, treasurer; Mrs. Leo Drees, historian; Leona Ehlers, chaplain and Mrs. Otmar Berger, sergeant-at-arms. "On the nominating committee were Mrs. Leonard Venteicher, Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman and Mrs. Lawrence Spater. Mrs. Warren Andersen reported on junior activities. Juniors will open the June meeting and also have a bake sale. Mrs. William Badding, Poppy chairman, announced that Juniors would make 'nouse-to-house canvasses starting at 6 p.m. May 22 and distribute poppies in the uptown area on May 25. Mrs. Ed Lampman, community service chairman, reported that 20 more hospital bibs were completed. She also spoke on summer safety rules for bicycles and swimming. Mrs. Albert reported on the newspaper drive. Paper will continue to be collected with Juniors picking up newspapers, catalogs and magazines the first week in June. In the recent pillow cleaning project, 100 pillows were cleaned with more than $50 raised. Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, girls state chairman, reported that she and girl's stater Lucy Pille and her mother attended the pre-stater conference at Fort Dodge May 5. Miss Pille will be attending Girls State June 9 to 15 on the U.N.I. Campus at Cedar Falls. On the serving committee were Mrs. Hildegarde Hinners, Mrs. Melvin Jahde and Mrs. Edward Lampman. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. Otmar Berger, Mrs. Leo Berning and Mrs. Junior Beyerink. Mine Your Attic Gold With A Classified Business Services 14 FKKK M'ORAGK of winter garments Pick up and delivery. Cleaning, pressing and alterations. Phone 792-4:133. HU (Moaners 14-95-ui: TKLKVISION SKRVICF, Prompt attention. Kair prices. Qualified technicians WAT- TKRS' Appliance Center Central Service. 792-2696. 14-48-tfc If your auto insurance premium hasn't dropped at 1 ' least 20 r r this year, before you renew Call Bill Comito Pringle Tax & Insurance 792-3805 THIS WKKK only: Special on typewriter ribbons — Standard & Portable: $1.25 cotton. $1.50 nylon. IBM and others — 20 r r off. Carroll Typewriter Service. 223 K. 5th. Ph: 792-3248. l4-ll'J-6tc K r o m a Household Spot in a Spotless House Your CAKI'KTS cleaned and maintained by the world's leading professional cleaning systems — carpets, furniture. floors, walls and complete House-Wide Cleaning. Isn't this the dav to call 792-2155 for a free estimate. 14-66-tfc STARTKR. GENERATOR magneto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service. 7th & Hwy. 30. Phone 792-2126. U-tc REALTOR Action in SELLING and a greater selection in HL'YING contact a member of the MULTIPLE LISTING SERVICE Members are: Comes Real Estate Comito Real Estate Grelemen Agency O. J. Murphy. Realtor Pudenz Real Estate Thelen Agency Wilson Heal Estate GLASS •Windshield Replacement •Window Glass & Screens •Aluminum Storm Doors & Windows • Farm Implement Glass • Shower Doors & Tub Enclosures • Mirrors • Mirror Frames •Hand Carved Wood Picture Frames • Antique Mirror Tile FREE ESTIMATES •All Work Guaranteed CARROLL GLASS CO. Hwy. 30 East Phone 792-1334 WANT TO do roofing — farm & home. Free estimates. Compare. Phone Tom Sheets — (712)659-3843 —Glidden. 14-122-I2tc SERVICE IS OUR BUSINESS on Heating — Plumbing Air Conditioning MAYTAG—Washers & Dryers AMANA—Refrigerators, Air Cond. MAGIC CHEF—Ranges KITCHENAID—Dishwashers Call: DREES CO. for TODAY SERVICE Phone: 792-2863 •Home of Dependable Service' We Fix It 16 FOR FAST lawn mower tune up service, usually two days, bring in your mower today. Bob's Sport Center, 618 W. 8th'. 16-116-tfc Where To Go 17 Dance to the "IOWA DUTCHMEN" Saturday, May 25 Moose Lodge Glidden, Iowa "Chicken in Basket" 17-122-Kc Where To Go f 7 Where To Go 17 AZTEC LOUNGE Coon Rapids, Iowa May 20th thru 25th Monday thru Saturday "SUNDOWNERS" May 28 thru June 1 Tuesday thru Saturday "JANE RUSSEL TRIO" TOLTEC ROOM Open Sunday 4 P.M. Serving dinners at 5 Featuring a full salad bar CLOSED Memorial Day Monday, May 27th AZTEC LOUNGE this coupon good for 50c when applied toward a dinner Sunday thru Wednesday. May 26 Ihru 29lh SATURDAY ENTERTAINMENT ROGER HAYNES VVKDNKSDAY SPKCIAL CHICKKN DINNKR FRIDAY SPECIAL PRIMB; RIB "IZXA HUT serves more pi/./.a than anyone else in the world. 17-264-He- The Want Ads Sot., May 25 "The Two Tones" at THE PIN OAKS Sunday hours: Smorgasbord 11:30 til 2 Menu 5 to 9:30 Cocktails 12 til 10 Party rooms avai lable for Anniversaries, Weddings, etc. I7-I22-2IC SMORGASBORD Saturday and Sunday SPKCIAL THIS WEEK COUNTRY STYLE BAR-B-QUE RIBS PARTY ROOMS AVAILABLE Make reservations for weddings, anniversaries, birthdays, meetings. FOR FINE FOOD - DRINKS ENTERTAINMENT J/UL (bahbu. rATTWAWT f PAUL MOORHEAD & ORCHESTRA Starline Ballroom Sat.,May25 Sponsored by Maurice Dunn Post No. /Carroll Benefit Youth Action Program Advance tickets $1.50 At the door $2.00 Tickets available at clubrooms or ask any member. 17-I20-4IC Help Wanted 23 17 122-ltc FUN NIGHT Holy Spirit Gym Friday — 8:00 P.M. Everyone Welcome Lunch served in cafeteria. 65 I7.l22.2lp 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 RED CARPET LdUNGE WHERE QUALITY COMES FIRST Open Monday, May 27, Memorial Day FRIDAY NITE is FAMILY NITE SMORGASBORD 4 Kinds of meat plus complete salad bar. Serving 6 to 1 0 p.m. Children under 5 free. For reservations 792-9134 Register every Friday Night (No purchase necessary) WIN (2) FREE SMORGASBORD DINNERS LAST WEEK'S WINNER LeRoy Balk Templeton, Iowa (Musi be used wilhm 30 days) SOMETHING NEW A complete SALAD BAR will be served with each dinner every Friday and Saturday night. SERVING THE BEST STEAK - CHICKEN - SEA FOOD Mun thru Fn. 5 p.m. to 1 o.m Salurdoy 5 p.m. lo 1:30 a.m. Entertainment Sat., May 25 Featuring a variety of music Road Ranger Express PARTY ROOM AVAILABLE for Weddings and Meetings 17-1 16-llc MONTGOMERY WARD & CO. INC. Is in need of an ambitious young man. Must have sales experience. Good working conditions along with company benefits. Apply in person at Montgomery Ward Hwy. 30 & Grant Rd. Carroll, Iowa 51401 23-120-Stc SOPHOMORE OR Junior boy and ' girl 15 years or older. Apply at Kentucky Fried Chicken. 23-120-3tc CONSTRUCTION HELP wanted at Farmers Elevator. Yetter. Apply in person. 23-lll-18tc FRY COOK, good wages. Tony's Restaurant. 23-119-5tc LABORERS WANTED — lumber 792-2254. 23-12I-3tc LET DAILY TIMES HERALD- ADVERTISING WORK FOR YOU AT YOUR FARM SALE WANTED: TRt CK mechanic new modern shop. Equal oppor- t u n i t y employer. Fringe benefits. Call' Midwestern Truck Sales — Merle Wells (712)263-4149. 23-!15-12tc Farm Equipment 29 SIOUX STORAGE and Dri-Al bins. Finance and erection available. Halbur Implement Co.. Halbur. Iowa. Livestock For Sate 41 BOARS SPOTTED POLAND &HAMPSHIRES The fast growing kind that sires market toppers. Nice selection. H. R. & Chas. Curtis Churdan. Iowa PH: 685-3460 4I-HM2IC TWO HAMPSHIRE boars 792-2773. 41-122-2tc BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 LOOKING FOR AN INCOME PROPERTY? We have a 2 bedroom home close to downtown. Full lot. Exterior has just been painted. Will sell on contract at 6% interest with 20% down payment. Only $ 1 0,750. Call: Pat Beck 792-1134 or Ha rvey Fleshner 792-1513 63 ., 22 . 31c BILL COMITO REALTY 792-3805 3 Bedroom home. Close to St. Lawrence. Gas heat & central air. Completely carpeted. Lovely back yard with plenty of space for a garden. Call us today to see this home for $29,950.00. Call; Pat Beck 792-1134 or Harvey Fleshner 792-1513 63-l22-3lc Seamed- To-Slim! Printed Pattern Lool< sleek, streamlined in Hiis breathtaking. SEAM ED- TO-SLIM trio. Sun or swim in bikini, pop on cover-up for shade or patio parties. Send: Printed Pattern 90 I s : Misses' Sizes X. in. 12. II. Hi. IS. Size 12 (bus! 31) cover-up 2% yards fin-inch. Send $1.00 for i-ai-h pattern. Add 2. r ><- for each pattern for first-class mail and special handling. Send to Marian Martin ', c urr0 |i r )a j| v Times , ferald Pattern Dept.. 232 \Vest ISth St.. \e\v Vork. X. V. 10011. Print NAME, ADDRESS, ZIP, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. OXKFIlKKPATTKUXofyotir choice 10 send for. one five pattern inside XK\V SPKIXO- Sr.M.MKK PATTKKX C'ATA- .OC. Inn styles, all SJ7.es. free pattern coupon. Send 7.V now. SEW + KNIT Hook with basic i issue pattern. .?1.2."> Instant Fashion Rook $1.00 Instant Sewing Rr?ok $1.00 Livestock For Sale 41 PUREBRED S.P.F. Hampshire fall boars. Serviceable age & choice quality. Roy A. Struve, Manning. 653-5222. 41-91-481C Read The Want Ads Times Herald, Carroll, la. Q Thursday, May 23, 1974 O Livestock For Sale 41 DUROC BRKKDING stock, any age. Priced reasonable. Also Hereford bulls, serviceable age. Hockett & Son Manning 41-112-lBtr 53 Wanted To Buy WANTED TO Buy — Used youth size golf clubs. 792-9518 after 5 p.m. 53-99-tfp WANTED — USED office desk, approximately 30" x 60". 792-4667. 53-121-3tc For Sale 55 ALL PAPER tableware reduced: Napkins, tablecloths, plates, doilies, nut cups, beverages, tallies & place cards. CLEMENTINE'S. 55-120-tfc Memorial Wreaths Starting at 99« GAMBLES 792-4361 55-I2I-2.C GARAGE SALE Friday — May 24 8A.M. to 8 P.M. Saturday — May 25 9A.M. to 3 P.M. Collectors decanters, Poly-domes, Baby Clothes, Dresses, Coats, Men's clothing, etc. Applewood Knolls 1917 North Main 55.121-Zip GARAGES $398.00 & up. Farrowing units — demonstrators discounted. Rigid livestock panels & rail fence — 16' — $13.23. Utility buildings. Merle Weidemeier Co. 792-3876. 55-121-3tc EXCELLENT. EFFICIENT, economical, Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Rent electric sham- pooer $1. Coast to Coast Store. 55-122-ltc SPECIAL Delicious & Big Boy tomatoes *K I . ^O per dozen Ornamental Evergreens and bare root trees Less 1 0% CARROLL NURSERY (2 blocks east of hospital) 55-I2I-6IC APPLEWOOD KNOLLS SPECIAL Owner moving June 1 5th. 3 Bedroom — 4th down plus finished recreation room and fireplace. Attached double garage, central air and many extras. Call for showing. GRETEAAAN AGENCY 792-9730 63-I20-3IC NEW LISTING 3 Bedroom ranch. Large kitchen. Full basement. New furnace. Garage. 9 Yrs old Priced mid 20's. Jerry Wilson or Doris Wilson — 792-! 9m5 TAKE YOUR PICK Ooc/ge TRUCKS • Sportsman & Vans • 2 Ton Dodge And GAAC Chassis • Club Cabs • 4-Wheel Drives • Complete Inventory • Immediate Delivery Wittrock Motor Co CARROLL, IOWA

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