Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 20, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy warm and humid tonight and Friday. Chance of showers or thunderstorms mainly nighttime. High Friday 85 to 90 northeast, 90s southwest. Low tonight 60s northeast, 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday Chance of showers Saturday and Sunday. Partly cloudy Monday. Temperatures will average slightly below normal. Cooler Sunday. Highs Saturday mid 80s to low 90s. WARMER Upper 70s to mid 80s Sunday and Monday. Lows 60s and 70s Saturday. 50s and 60s Sunday and Monday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy ot Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 98 Yesterday's low 67 At 7 a.m. today 74 At 10 a.m. today 82 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures reached a high of 92 and low of 67 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, June 70, 1974 Kiwanis Told Of Ambulance Service An explanation and display of the Carroll County ambulance service was given by Larry Cruchelow and assisted by Don Stanzyk at Wednesday evenings Kiwanis Club meeting. Wayne Leffler of Council Bluffs was a visiting guest. Daily Record Calendar THURSDAY— "Carroll County Democratic Women Newcomers, Tony's C.C.C. Club, Mrs. William McCarville L. or L. Nellesen Club, Mrs. Ray 8 C's Club, Mrs. Bill Becker STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street Swea City Man Killed in Car Accident FAIRMONT, Minn. (AP) The Minnesota State Patrol said an Iowa man was killed Wednesday night in a collision involving a small car and a semi-trailer truck five miles east of Fairmont. The victim was identified as Craig Applequist, 24, Swea City, Iowa. Authorities said the truck driven by Eugene Arvidson, 24, Parkers Prairie, Minn., and the car driven by Applequist came together at the intersection of U.S. 16 and Martin County Road 9. Arvidson was not injured. Gene Legal Notice IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ANCILLARY ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 10739 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Dorothy E. Fisher Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Dorothy E. Fisher Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 12th day of June, 1974, the undersigned was appointed Ancillary administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 12th day of June, 1974. M & I Marshall & llsley Bank Ancillary Administrator of said Estate 770 North Water St. Milwaukee, Wisconsin Alfred J. Klocke Clerk of the District Court Court House Carroll, Iowa Edward S. White Attorney for said Ancillary Administrator Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 20th day of June, 1974. June 13, 20, 1974 FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY- Rebekah Lodge TUESDAY- E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg Jollyettes Club, Mrs. Becker Golden Circle bridge Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.14 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.64 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)-USDA Livestock quotations Thursday: Hogs: 5,000; barrows and gilts 200-250 Ib steady to 50 lower; heavier weights 50 to 1.50 lower. US 1-3 200-240 Ib 31.5032.00; 240-250 Ib 31.00-31.50; sows weak to 50 lower; 295-600 Ib22.50-24.50; Cattle: 500; steers weak to 50 lower; cows strong to 50 higher; several loads and part loads choice 1,075-1,250 Ib steers 36.50-37.50; good and low choice 30.00-36.00; utility and commerical cows 25.50-27.00; few utility 27.25-27.50. Sheep: 100; hardly enough to test trade. Estimated receipts Friday: 300 cattle and calves; 5,000 hogs; 100 sheep. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — (USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs—Estimated receipts 75,000; yesterday 99,000; week ago 56,000; year ago 35,000. Butchers steady to 50 lower than midsession Wednesday. U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 28.50-29.50, at packing plants 29.00-29.50; few at country points 28.00 and at plants 31.00. Sows weak to 1.00 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 22.00-23.25. Sheep—Estimated receipts 400. Thursday estimate 1,200; week ago 1,200; year ago 1,500; Wednesday receipts 900; Wednesday slaughter lambs 1.00 lower; choice and prime spring slaughter lambs 90-105 Ib 46.00-47.00; choice 80-100 ib 45.66-46.00. SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)— Sioux City Livestock Market trading for Monday: ZEBCO CLINIC Carroll, Iowa FRIDAY, JUNE 21 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lou Marcuzzo, factory representative will be at Gibson's to help you. SERVICE ON ANY >EBCO CURRENT MODEL CLOSED-FACE EEL YOURZEBCOTACKLE PRO WILL RECONDITION YOUR ZEBCO REEL FOR $2. 00 CHARGE INCLUDES NEW SPOOLOF DUPONT MONOFILAMENTLINE and ALL PARTS AND SERVICE bring your ZIBCO reel to our FISHING TACKLE DEPT. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Thomas J. Goetzinger, Carroll, Plymouth; Terri L. or Dennis N. Ragan, Coon Rapids, Ford; Wesley Thomas, Coon Rapids, "Chevrolet; Denis G. or Joyce A. Tigges, Carroll, Buick; Helen Lind, Glidden, Chevrolet; James J. Tigges, Carroll, Chevrolet; Howard L. N.Y. Stocks D * Harold trey, president. NEW YORK IAPI-NO™ presided. Children Go On Pizza Experience Eleven children from the Developmental Center for Handicapped Children were treated to a pizza experience by co-managers of the Carroll Pizza Hut, Wednesday noon. "We just wanted to give the kids the opportunity to get out and experience pizza since many had never been here before," a spokesman for the business said. The Carroll Jaycees provided transportation for the outing. ENLISTMENT BONUS For the first time, the U.S. Army is offering women and men with occupational specialties and enlistment bonus of up to $2,500. Previously only those enlisting in combat skills were eligible for such bonuses. Effective June 1, depending on the occupational specialty chosen, a young man or woman could receive a bonus of $1,500 or $2,500 on a four year enlistment. Entitled the US Army Training and Cash Enlistment Option, young men and women who have a high school diploma or GED certification and meet the Army's mental, physical and moral standards may qualify. Hogs 8,500; butchers fully steady; U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ib 31.25-32.00; 300 head U.S. 1-2 32.25; sows 25-50 higher; U.S. 1-3 350-650 Ib 22.00-23.50. Cattle 1,500; steers mostly steady; slaughter heifers steady to weak, instances 50 lower; choice steers 1,050-1,200 Ib yield grades 3-4 37.50-39,00; choice slaughter heifers 850-1,100 Ib 36.50-38.00. Sheep 400 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm stock quotations Allied Ch Allied Strs Am B r d s Am Can Am Chain ACyanid A m H o m e Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am T4T Arms t C k At) Richfld Avco Corp Bandag Inc Beat Fds Beet Dick Bendi x A v Beth Stl Boeing Co Bo r den B r u n s w i k Bu r No r Chrysler Con Edis Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl Curtis Wrt Deere duPont East Kod Eltra CP Esm a r k Exxon Fairmont Firestone Foo te M i n Ford Mot Fruehauf GamelhSko f-> _ _ C* 1 » « O e n k, l e c Gen Fds C? p n M n t u c n in u i Gen PCm Gen T4L Goodyear G rev hound H o 1 i id y I n n Ho me s t k e IBM III Cent Int Harv int T*T Inters! P Iowa Beef laEI&P Iowa III G la P&L Kan Nebr Kn 'colt Kraft Krsge SS Leh PCem Lionel Cp Lockheed Air Ma r cor Martin M Maytag Meredith Nat Gyp N Nat G N u c o r Pa m i d a Penn Cent Penney • Pep Cola Phil Pet PPG Proc t G m QK Oats RCA Key I nd Rockwll Safeway c a r f I n A o a r c i n a Sear Rob Signal Co Sou t h n Pac Spe r ry R S O i 1 Ca 1 S Oil Ind Texaco Textron TRW II A 1 U n 1* U Carbde Un Elec UPac C Un i r o y a 1 Unit Air Unit B rd US Gyp US Steel Westg El Wickes Cp Winnebago Wool w t h 38W 2<V4 37H 28* 15* 20% 41* 6 20* 13 W 46* 27% 90 4* 33* 18% 37'/« 29 M, 29* 17% 20* 1 4 * 35% 16'/« 18% 15% 38% 32% 10* 40* 168% 109% 24 27% 71 '/« 8% 17% 10% 52* 22% 27% 4 8 % 24% r ft it 3 U TV 9* 19% 16% 14V< 1 1 * 41 % 2 1 7 % 16 25* 20% 12% 17% 10% 12% 18% 16% 33 40* 36% 16 2% 4% 27% 15 Mi 24* 9* 10* 45 % 1 7* 5 2 % 76V 4 62 % 52* 25% 1 0 0 % 23 15% 45% 27% 37* •t n 3.L <3 v ^1 86% 19* 31% 38* 2 6 * 82% 25* 17 20% 9 fi 3/t i D ~4 40% 12 73 8% 27% 5* 18* 43 15% 12* 6% 15% D U U D U D U U D D U U U D D U D D D U U u D 1% D % D * U U D D D U U D D U U D D U D D U U D U U 1 % * u % D D D D U commodity futures prices were strong in early dealings on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Wheat futures pushed ahead 15 cents a bushel, soybeans 10 cents, corn nearly 7 cents and oats 5 cents. Soybean oil gained some 60 points and meal was up $3 a ton. Strong prices for red meat futures influenced buying of iced broilers again and this produced a gain of about 1 cent a pound. D Ms U '/, U Mi D Mi D '/4 U % D ^ D % U '/, D 'A U V, D H D Mi U % U Mi D Mi D % D Mi D '/, D Mi U Mi D Mi D Mi Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) Dwindling hopes for a decline in interest rates pushed the stock market slightly lower again today in continued light trading. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down .23 at 825.88, and declines held a 3 to 2 lead over advances on the New York Stock Exchange. Major Leagues By The Associated Press National League East Philadelphia Montreal St. Louis Pittsburgh Chicago New York W 35 30 32 27 25 24 L 30 28 31 34 35 39 Pet. .538 .517 .508 .443 .417 .381 GB — 14 2 6 74 10 West Los Angeles Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Fran San Diego 44 38 36 33 33 29 23 27 27 34 36 42 .657 .585 .571 .493 .478 .408 — 5 6 11 12 17 Wednesday's Games Montreal 4, Cincinnati 2 San Diego 1, Chicago 0 Atlanta 5, New York 0 Pittsburgh 7, Los Angeles 3 Philadelphia 5, Houston 4 San Francisco 5, St. Louis 4 Thursday's Games Pittsburgh (Ellis 3-5) at Chicago (Reuschel5-4) New York (Koosman 6-4) at Philadelphia (Ruthven2-4), N Only games scheduled Friday's Games Pittsburgh at Chicago Atlanta at Cincinnati New York at Philadelphia, N Montreal at St. Louis, N San Diego at Houston, N San Francisco at Los Angeles, N American League East W L Pet. GB Boston 37 27 .578 Baltimore 33 30 .524 34 Detroit 33 30 .524 34 Cleveland 32 31 .508 44 , New York 34 33 .507 44 Milwaukee 29 31 .483 6 West Oakland 34 31 .523 — Kansas City 32 30 .516 4 Texas 33 32 .508 1 Chicago 29 30 .492 2 California 28 38 .424 64 Minnesota 25 36 .410 7 Wednesday's Games Chicago 15, Cleveland 4 Baltimore 6, Minnesota 5 Kansas City 2, Milwaukee 0 Detroit 4, Texas 2, 11 innings Boston 2, Oakland 1, 11 innings New York 2, California 1 Thursday's Games Chicago (Wood 11-7) at Minnesota (Corbin 4-0), N Baltimore (Palmer 3-8) at Milwaukee (Slaton 6-7 or Colborn 3-3), N California (Lange 2-2) at Texas (Clyde3-3),N Kansas City (Fitzmorris 6-2) at Oakland (Hunter 8-8), N Only games scheduled Friday's Games California at Texas, 2, N Cleveland at Boston, N Detroit at New York, N Baltimore at Milwaukee, N Chicago at Minnesota, N Kansas City at Oakland, N Carswell, Carroll, Suzuki; Marlene E. Smith, Carroll, Suzuki; Dennis J. Vonnahme, Carroll, Suzuki; Scott Antisdel, Glidden, Suzuki; Herman Ford-Mercury, Carroll, Ozark Traveler trailer; Herman Ford-Mercury, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— J. Arnold and Denise L. Hjelle to Raymond 0. and Jane V. Snook, part of Lot 3, and all of Lots 4 and 5, Block 25, Third Addition to Glidden. Ronald L. and Dorothy A. Beyerink to "Richard C. Beem, part of Lots 9 and 10, Block 3, Bradley and Cretsinger's Addition to Coon Rapids. Louis V. and Anna M. Lawler to Richard H. and Marsha Boes, parts of Lots 7 and 8, Replat of Block 2, Albertson's First Addition to Carroll. SHERIFF'S OFFICE OMVUI- Thomas J. Vanderheiden, Carroll, was arrested Wednesday night by deputy sheriff Doug Bass and charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol. Vanderheiden was released on his own recognizance by magistrate Raymond 0. Snook, Glidden, pending a court appearance Friday. FIRE DEPARTMENT Rubbish Fire- Firemen were called to a rubbish fire at the Grouse Cartage Co. just before-3 a.m. Thursday. Firemen were at the scene until 5:10 a.m.; nothing of value damaged, fire officials said. POLICE DEPARTMENT Truck-Car Accident— A truck driven by Dale P. Stork, Carroll, backed into a car driven by Jeffery K. Marquardt, Carroll, Wednesday, police reported. The accident happened when the truck stopped for a stop sign and the Marquardt car pulled behind the truck. The Stork truck then rolled back into the car. No injuries were reported by police. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions June 17— Kirstie Brooks, Carroll Mrs. Burdette, Schroeder, Carroll Admissions June 18— Ricky Barker, Coon Rapids Frank Kennebeck, Lidderdale Becky Drees, Carroll Tim Drees, Carroll Mrs. Gail Owen, Carroll Admissions June 19— Mrs. Joseph Bundt, Glidden Herman Olberding, Carroll Joseph Minnehan, Carroll Pamela Tenold, Carroll Kory Hinners, Manning Mrs. Terry Fleming, Scranton Mrs. Elmer Brus. Scranton Births- Mr, and Mrs. Joe Roberts Jr., Carroll, a daughter, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Gehling, Carroll, a son, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Halbur, Denison, a daughter, Thursday Family Reunion Held in Arcadia ARCADIA — About 80 attended the Annual Schweers family gathering at the Arcadia Park shelter house. Relatives were present from Overland, Kan., Omaha, Neb., Lennox, Fort Dodge and area towns. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Venteicher, Cindy and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Venteicher and family from here spent Sunday in the Gary Frideres home at Ottosen, Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694, American Legion of Arcadia will collect newspapers and magazines the last Monday of each month at 2 p.m. The next pick-up will be June 24. Goode Is Bar President DES MOINES — A Des Moines lawyer, D. J. "Jack" Goode, Thursday was named president of The Iowa State Bar Association. Goode, who had been serving as president-elect, succeeds F. W. Tomasek of Grinnell. Other officers elected include Robert H. Shepard, Mason City, president-elect, and F. James Bradley, Cedar Rapids, vice-president. Results of the Bar Association's election were announced Thursday at the opening of the group's 101st annual meeting in Des Moines. Goode, 67, received his law degree from George Washington University in 1933. He is a member of the International Association of Insurance Counsel and the American College of Probate Counsel. Shepard, 55, is a graduate of the University of Iowa law school; he was admitted to practice in 1942. Shepard served as Cerro Gordo County Attorney from 1952 to 1954 and also served as a member of the Mason City school board. Bradley is also a graduate of the University of Iowa Law School, having received his J.D. degree in 1950. He has long been active in civic and political affairs in his community. Deaths, Funerals JOSEPH H. STANGL Mass of the resurrection for Joseph H. Stangl, 84, of Carroll was celebrated at 1:30 p m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeoLenz.V.F. The Rev. Edmund Tiedeman also was in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were David Stangl, Paul Nehman, Vincent O'Connor, Earl Stangl, Kenny Meister and Orville Meister. Burial was in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel, with the Rev. LeRoy Seuntjens conducting commital rites. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Anaheim, Calif.; Fort Worth, Tex.; Aurora, 111.; Omaha, Neb.; Lytton, Superior, Wall Lake, Laurens, Guthrie Center, Denison, Carroll and surrounding community. Mr. Stangl, who had been in failing health for several years, died June 16 at the Carroll Health Center. Family Moves To Farm Home Near Arcadia ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Corman and daughter Dana have recently moved into a farm home northeast of Arcadia. It was previously owned by the late Mrs. Ruth Liechti. Mr. Corman is a salesman for a chemical company and Mrs. Corman is employed at the Carroll Social Security office this summer. Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers returned home Friday from a two-week vacation at Lake Bemidji, Minn. Nadine Bierl of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Don Dietzenbach, Mike and Paul of Des Moines spent Father's Day weekend in the Otmar Bierl home. Dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Mueggenberg were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Renze and Lori of Omaha. Others were from Carroll and Arcadia. Art Ehlers of Denison, Mrs. Minnie Ehlers and Leona Ehlers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ehlers to Fontanelle where they attended the wedding of Susan Schwartz and Paul Rogers. Winnebago Sales Take Sharp Drop Neilsens Host Colorado Pair MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nielsen and family returned to Aurora, Colo., after spending a week in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glaus Nielsen. Jill Escher, Marlys Stoelk and Bonnie Schmidt attended the annual 4-H state conference on the Iowa State University campus June 11-14. Mrs. Bill Opperman served as chaperone. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen and Cynthia of Cedar Falls, Jim Hansen of Chicago were Sunday dinner guests in the Alvan Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zubrod and Mr. and Mrs. George Peters spent Wednesday at Spirit Lake. The Neighborhood Club met June 17 with Ella Schade as hostess at the home of Hilda Peterson. High at cards was Ella Schade and Lydia Musfeldt was second high. Toni Hinz was a guest of the club. Mrs. Bertha Genzen entertained family members in honor of her 86th birthday at the Terrace Apartment Recreation Room on June 17. Family members present were her two sisters Mrs. Annie Ewoldt and Bill and Ida Wiese; her children Mr. and Mrs. Lester Genzen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vinke, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Genzen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gehlsen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pfannkuch; her grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Denker, Linda, Lori and Lisa; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Genzen, Dana, David and Dean; Mrs. Larry Beckman, Vicki and Kim; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Genzen, Janet, Paula, Bob, Barb and Judy; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vollstedt, Keith, Karen, Kathy, and Kent; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Genzen, Louise and Hope; Mr. and Mrs. Verne Cadwell; and Kevin, Steve and Kim Pfannkuch. FOREST CITY, Iowa (AP)— Winnebago Industries Inc. had a sharp drop in sales and earnings during the first quarter of fiscal 1975 in comparison with the same 1974 quarter, company officials reported. Earnings for the first fiscal quarter ended May 25 totaled $255,775, or 1 cent per share, down from $4 million or 16 cents a share in the first quar- M a lining Plaza Residents Play Monthly Games MANNING - Twenty guests played bingo at the Plaza on June 17. Emil Fischer and Henry Hagedorn were top winners for the men and Anna Wisack was queen with Edna Johnson as runnerup. Other winners were Bertha Waitji, Edna Johnson and Junior Hammann. Elaine Struve served refreshments and the volunteers were Sally Heithoff, Florence Schroeder, Bonita Hagedorn, Regina Mohr, Lucille'Campbell, Felicia Campbell, Mary Souter, Christine Mohr, Minnie Jensen, Pearl Kuhl, Lorine Sextro, Mary Steen, Edna Vollstedt, and Amanda Lamp. NEAR VICTIM ATLANTA, Ga. (AP) - A traffic accident victim almost donated his kidneys for a transplant operation before he was found to be still alive. Edward W. Sanders, 33, of Riverdale, Ga., had been pronounced dead at a hospital after the accident Sunday and was being prepared for the transplant when surgeons noticed his hand twitch. The family was notified that Sanders had died and either requested or volunteered to allow the kidneys to be removed for transplanting. Sanders was in critical condition today. ter a year ago. Sales fell to $26.7 million from $62.6 million in the same period last year. Although first-quarter results trailed those of a year ago, Chairman John Hanson said Wednesday the earnings and sales were better than they had been during the final three quarters of fiscal 1974. He said during that nine- month period, Winnebago sales were down sharply. Company officials attributed the losses to the energy crisis. Results for the quarter included a gain of $827,466 on the sale of some recreational vehicles that had been repurchased from dealers during the fourth quarter of last year. The firm said it and its financing subsidiary, Winnebago Acceptance Corp., are debt free, having paid all of their borrowings under a $30 million line of bank credit. Hanson said the firm's major concern now is if it will have enough motor homes available to meet market demand during the balance of this model year ending in August. Winnebago employes about 2,050 workers, up from the low of 850 in December. Hanson said Winnebago's products emphasis continues to be primarily in recreation vehicles. —Junior Editors' Quiz on KALE Mrs. Grace Drees Carroll —Age 87 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 2:30 p.m. Thursday Rosary at 3, by the Legion of Mary and the Newman Study Club, 8 and 8:45 p.m. by the Catholic Daughters Thursday Mass of the Resurrection 10:00 a.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz V.F. Officiating Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT QUESTION: What kind of a vegetable is kale? * * * ANSWER: Kale, a green vegetable, is a variety of cabbage and is also known as Borecole. The leaves are finely toothed and curled and do not form a head. The leaves are used as greens in the same manner as spinach or turnip greens. In the United States, kake is usually a fall crop and is plentiful in the market during' the winter months. Good quality kale is dark, bluish green in color. The leaves are stripped from the tough mid-ribs before cooking. Kale may be boiled or steamed and should be cooked only until tender. Overcooking destroys the flavor. It is a valuable green vegetable - one of the best sources of vitamin A, B and C. Commercially kale is grown mainly Ifom Virginia southward. In home gardens, it is frequently grown in the late summer, and its culture is similar to cabbage. Frost is supposed to improve the flavor. /" OO (Henry G'alusha of Salem, Mass., wins a prize for this question. You can win $10 cash plus AI J 's handsome World Yearbook if your question, mailed on a postcard to Junior Editors in care of this newspaper, is selected for a prize.)

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