Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 2, 1957 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Leant 12 CARD OP THANK! to SO wordi •;,, •, ,, , 11.28 over SO words —4c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column Inch- $1.20 FEDERAL LAND BANS LOANS EXTRA SAFETY _. LOW C'JTEREST RA'/l! , Sea Phil Dennis See.-Treaa. National Farm Loan Association Over Woolworth'a — Carroll Business Services 14 ified till 9:!0 a, m. Saturday. 11 a. m. fortday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDIK One day,* pw.worrtj, | HAROLD A. CHR1STIANSON, weekly rubbage pickups at $1.25 per month. Ph. 2553. 14-l55-12tp Two days, per word— Three,aaya. per word- Four daya, per word__ Five days, per word- Six days, per word cents cents 12 centi .14 cents .16 cents .18 cents Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends and rela tives for cards and visits, also the hospital staff for the care I received while a patient in St. An ^hony Hospital. All was greatly appreciated. Bob Reiff ^^^^^^ Announcements CHARLEY'S PLACE WILL BE ' open all day Thursday, July' 4 6-155-2tc WE. SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. Ml work guaranteed. Dial 9313 Sporrer's TV. 8-107-tfc ANDY BALK'S MEN'S WEAR IS open every Friday and Saturday night 'till 9:00 p. m. 6-149-tfc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes Community Loan Service, Car roll and Denison. l2-304-2tc We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward.| Farm Store. 16-150-6to Where To Go 17 RADIATOR REPAIRING. RE coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed .Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Saf?way. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs I For a Free Estate, Dial 2592 Gambles. 14-86-tfc OAK FLOORING - GOOD STOCK of quality, dry oak flooring now on hand. We'll be glad to come to your home and furnish esti mate on your needs. Joyce Lum ber Co., The Store of Service. 14-154-6tc RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Phone 4180. 17-149-ltc FOR YOUR CLUBS AND PART, ies reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accom modate 50 people per party. 17-90-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS!!! at Glub 30. 18-149-ltC Household Goods 51 USED 8-PC. BEDROOM SUITE, complete, $49.00. Matt v Furniture >Co. \ ; 5M54-2tc MONARCH ELECTRIC RANGE, good condition. Call at 208 West , 13th after 5 p.m. 5l-154-2tc FOR SALE: NEW .AND USED power lawn mowers. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 51-153-ltc FOR BETTER CLEANING, TO keep colors gleaming, use Blue Lustre carpet cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 5M55-ltc Wanted to Buy 53 SPRINGERS, 3% TO 4 LBS. $1JW live. Lawrence Haverman, Rt. 3, Phone Templeton 5-L. 18-154-2tp NO 'PRE COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30. Try our golden brown. fried chicken dinner. , 18-82-ltc 21 Male Help Wanted ROUTEMAN F O'R "AUDUBON, married, over 22 with car, $103.00 week, steady. Write P.' O. Box 493, Ft. Dodge, Iowa. 2M39-24tc Situation Wanted WILL DO BABY SITTING AFTER- noons or evenings for working mother. Dial 2798. 24-154-2tc WANTED TO BUY SIDEWALK bike, reasonably priced. Dial 3309. 53-154-2tc WANTED: BOY'S GOOD USED 20" bicycle. Phone 9518 53-155-3tp For Sale 55 FOR SALE: GOOD GRAIN BIN 1200 bu. capacity. Ralph Bish, Glidden, OL 9-3150. 55-155-2tc Used Cars & Trucks 71! 1955 BUICK SPECIAL HARDTO] radio, heater, whitewall tirtk two-tone paint, low mileage. Wittrock Motors. 71-155-tfc THIS IS IMPORTANT. EVERY used car In our lot is carefully reconditioned by Factory trained mechanics. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 71-20-tfc Auto Service AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES R pair! ... Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best ... . Complete service . shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-llMfc The Daily Record • City Board- (Continued from Page 1) WINKER SERVICE - COM plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-ic USED, DOUBLE TUB DEXTER washing machine. Scheck's & Heating. 55-155-3tc WHEN YOU PAINT UP. MAKE Keenan Paint Store your head quarters. Benjamin Moore paints and paint supplies of all kinds. Let us help you. Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-96-ltc Farm Products 31 LAWN SODDING. PHONE 4212. 14-130-tfc 2-HOUR CLEANING SERVICE AT HR Cleaners where your clothes are always 20% cleaner and odorless. All cotton dresses and sport shrits sized to restore that fresh new look. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc WINTER GARMENTS CLEANED and pressed. Free sealed plastic bags. Phone 3852, Thompson Cleaners. 14-95-tfc WAYNE FEED SOLD^ AT $6.00 a ton discount when bought FOB our warehouse. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. -37-81-tfc Hatcheries 32 USE WAZINE, THE LIQUID wormer very effective on round worms in chickens, turkeys and hogs. As low as 19c per 100 chickens and less than 5c for a 50 lb. pig. Kruse Hatchery W. on Hwy. 30. 32-155-4tc USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 5 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc To Bring Man''s Best Friend Safely Home, Phone Times Herald Want Ads — 3573 Make it a habit to read, use and get results with low-cost, action-packed Want Ads. Our want-ad takers will be glad to help you word the copy for your ad. DAILY TIMES HERALD FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL! Glass Rod - Reel 50 Yards Line Complete ^> 5.9 5 Uptown Club 14-155-1 tc Farm Machinery 33 VIS-QUEEN CLEAR POLYETHY lene plastic Stack Covers. Carroll Lumber Co. ' 33-194-6tc Office Supplies 56 REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCl your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service jail makes. Houlihan Motors 75-14 Miscellaneous FOR SALE: ANDERSON TRAIL BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc er house, 30 ft., completely mo em. Dial 3204. 77-155-3 Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-154-6tc Houses for Sale 63 ONE OF CARROLL'S BETTER 3-bdrm. homes. 16x27 living rm. with fireplace. Separate dining rm. 12x26 kitchen. Two baths, one tiled. Cedar closets. Double <attached garage. Full basement with fireplace in playroom. Many other outstanding features too numeorus to mention in this ad. For more. particulars see John Gnam-Real Estate. 63-155-ltc Legal Notices ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Edward M. Meggers, Westside. Mrs. Fred P. Meister, Rt. 2, Carroll. Mrs. Vernon C. Carpenter, Coon Rapids. , i Mrs. Mary E. Conner, Glidden. Mrs. Jack K> Dryden, Glidden. ' Mrs. John A. Davis, Bagley. Mrs. Ted H. Starman, Rt. 3, Carroll. Mrs. Clayborn yager, Coon Rap- Ids. Mark Stork, Rt. 2, Carroll. Dismissals— ' Mrs. John F. Kurth, Glidden. Francis Signall, Ralston. Dale Gene Petersen, Carroll. Lorraine M. Schumacher, Carroll. Martin'John Frank. Arcadia. Mrs. Dale Richardson, Odebolt. Dr. W. L. McConkie. Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Nep pel, Carroll, a son, Monday. fc 37 Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $2.12 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.25 Oats .60 In The District Court of Iowa, In and for Carroll County OHIGINAX NOTICE DAISY S. MINCHEN, Plaintiff CARROLL INVESTMENT CO PANY, a corporation; all of the i| known persons claiming to be stod holders or creditors ol the Carr Investment Company, a corporatl and all unknown claimants and persons unknown claiming ai right, title or Interest In and to nlia'l estate described as BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. „ 33-141-tfc FOR SALE: REAR MOWER FOR Ford or Ferguson; used rubber tired running gear; Fox blower with 50 ft. of pipe. Halbur Implement Co., Halbur, Iowa. 33-153-3tc TWO BEDROOM, NORTH SIDE, about 4 blks. from public school, living room, separate dining room, large kitchen, full basement, garage, nice level lot. Buy, on contract $1,000 down, bal. $50 month, only $6,500. See E. C. Pudenz, broker, Dial 9342. Apartment for Rent 65 Seeds & Feeds 34 COMPLETE LINE OF WEED killers in stock, also 33-0-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers Grain & Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 REGISTERED HEREFORD bulls. Serviceable. William P. Lesle, Auburn 41-134-26tc ENJOY THE FOURTH - EAT OUT Eat In Cool, Air-Conditioned Comfort ALL, YOU CAN EAT! FAMILY STYLE DINNERS at PAULINE'S CAFE 40 HAMPSHIRE PIGS, 7 WEEKS old. Eugene Heithoff, Manning. 41-153-3tp Household Goods 51 LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc NEWEST TRENDS IN FINER Lighting: 150 new modern light' Ing fixtures on display. See them today. Heires Electric Co. 51-132-tfc TWO USED 1-TON AIR CONDI tioners. Carroll Refrigeration. 51-152-tfc THURSDAY, JULY 4 Served from il a, m. to 8 p. m. $1.25 per plate Children Under 12, 75c Q LU Z o 5 z o < Or you may. order sandwiches or short orders for children, If you prefer. Chicken Giblets Baked Iowa Smoked Ham With Raisin Sauce A Roast Youna Tom Turkey With Cranberries Fried Spring Chicken Roast Sirloin of Beef With Dressing Roast Loin of Pork With Apple Sauce - MASHED POTATOES VEGETABLE SOUP COMBINATION OR JELLO SALAD GREEN BEANS HOMEMADE CINNAMON OR BUTTERFLY ROLLS COFFEE — MILK — ICE CREAM OR SHERBET Q LU z o t Z I Enjoy a Hearty Breakfast Here Bring the family and guests Thursday morning. Serving breakfast from 20c to 85c, Est in our ranch room. • Bring Your Party to Oui New Lariat Room PAULINE'S CAFE South of the Stoplight Corner on Highway 71 Open 8 a. m. to 3 a. m. Dally BEITER'S MARKET FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS EVERVTHING FOR YOUR PICNIC! The North fifty-one (N 51) fi| of Lot 6 and the South nine (S PARTLY FURNISHED, 3 ROOMS and bath. New electric stove, refrigerator with freezer chest. Air-conditioning, also TV tower with rotor. Available now. Scheck's Plumbing & Heating. 65-155-3tc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc DOWNTOWN APT, FOR RENT. 4 nice rooms, bath, tile floors. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Phone 9965. 65-141-tfc 2-BEDROOM APT. IMMEDIATE possession. No side. Write Box RC, c/o Daily Times Herald. 65-138-tfc COOL 1 MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4"rooms and bath. Dial 9376 65-128-tfc adverse to the title thereto held the plaintiff. Chicago Grain Theie Market* are Furnished by the Humphrey Grain Company * Prev Low WHEAT July Sept. Dec. 216 V« 221 M March 222 M High 2131* 211% 213% Close Close 212 7* CORN July Sept. Dec. 131 132 % 128 Vi feet of Lot 7 all In Block P of the 7th Street Addition to the City of Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa; arid all of the heirs, spouses, assigns, f rantees, legatees, devisees, and eneflciarles of each and all of the above named defendants, Defendants. TO EACH OF THE DEFENDANTS NAMED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ACTION: You and each of you are hereby notlfed that the petition of the plaintiff In the above entitled act on Is now on file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court of lo*a In and for Carroll County and wh ch petition prays a decree of the above named court establishing the title of the plaintiff, Daisy S. Mlnchen, In and to real estate described it: \ The North fifty-one (N 51) feel of Lot 6 and the South nln«; (S 9) feet of Lot 7 all in Block F of the 7th Street Addition to the City of Carroll, Carroll Countv, Iowa. . You are further notified that in her petition the plaintiff alle?es that you claim some right, title, or interest in and to said real estate March 133 218H 219 H. 129 130 4 126 H 130 % 2134 213 % 215% 215 2204 220 H 222 1304 131 132 4 132'i 1284 214 4 215 2194 219 4 2204 221 of the Carroll Independent School District will buy a large increase in benefits for'our children. Any board member can well be proud of this budget. It provides a fine education at an economical cost." The addition of a new teacher in junior high, Mr. Forney said, will enable the school to carry Its developmental reading program into grades, seven and eight and will help students to bridge the gap between elementary grades and high school by enabling them to have the same teacher for half a day. New windows which will aid heating and ventilation, a fire escape in the cafeteria and other building improvements were among benefits mentioned. Mr. Forney said that receipts other than taxes wll show a decline this year owing to two principal causes. The first is that general aid from state funds will drop about $1,000 because the percentage paid on claims has declined. The second is loss of the vocational agriculture department which last year brought in government aid amounting to $1,774.55. Offsetting these decreases will be an increase in tuition of about $3,000 and an increase of about $500 in transportation. The breakdown of budget estimates for the coming year is: administrative salaries, general administration expenses, travel, etc. $15,300; instruction $203,640; auxiliary services such as transportation, school lunches, health, etc $6,120; operation including utilities and janitor salaries $24,325; maintenance of buildings and grounds $19,275; fixed charges including insurance taxes and assessments $12,045: and capital outlay $3,650. Times Herald, Carrol}, Iowa mm Tuesday, July 4, 1957 / services will remain more stable in buying power over a period of years than will the states with less diversified economies," ha said. Basic Measure He added that income is the basic measure of all business activity and economic well-being. "The drawbacks of an economy based largely on agriculture are evident when the depression experiences of various states are studied," he said. Dam- (Continued from Pa*e 1) committee voted 15-12 to strike most of the contents of a bill sponsored by Rep. Pfost (D-Idaho) and refer it to the parent Interior Committee. "Certain things are dead in this country, extenct like the dodo bird" Saylor told a reporter, "and one of them is Hells Canyon." Saylor said Democrats backing the bill had been trying to delay a vote but the Republicans forced a showdown. Subcommittee Chairman Aspinall 'D-Colo) said the vote "kills the bill insofar as the subcommittee is concerned." Rep. Engle (D-Calif), chairman of the full Interior Committee, said there was no indication when or if the full committee would take up the bill. "Maybe if we can get the votes to defeat today's motion," he added. OATS July Sevt. Dec. March ' SOV BEAD'S July Sept. Nov. LARD July Sept. Oct. 68 4 694 724 34 S 238% 2334 2274 13.27 13.77 13.85 13.65 65 K 66 % 694 714 234 H 2304 2254 13.12 13.57 1324 133 684 694 72 H 72 4 734 2384 238H 2324 2324 2274 2274 13.25 13.75 13.82 13.85 1294 1294 131 1314 127 1274 1314 664 664 70 714 2354 2354 2314 2314 2264 2264 13.37 13.75 13.80 13.80 13.87 Nowcck- (Continued from Page 1) by The plaintiff In said petition priys that the Court quiet her title to said real estate as against any claims thereto which you may hold and she pravs such other and further equitable relief as may appear proper to the Court. For further particulars, you are required to See said petition row on file. You are also hereby notified to appear before said Court at Car-oil In Carroll County, Iowa on or before the 24th dav of July, 1957, and tiat unless you so appear your default will be entered and judgment or decree will be rendered against you for the relief demanded In the p;tl tlon. EDWARD S. WHITE Wright Building Carroll, Iowa ATTORNEY FOR THE PLAINTIFF June 18, 25; July 2, 1957 FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT., 3 rooms and bath. Dial 9521. 65-134-tfc APARTMENTS AV A I LA B L E: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfo Lb . 45c-49c Lb.. 89c ». ^ 43c 39c Lb. Choice Cuts Beef Roast Lean, No Bone, Pork Cutlets 2 Lean Spare Ribs 2 Lb.. 98c Boston Butt Pork Roast Smoked Picnic Ham Tender Cube Minute Steaks. Smoked Homemade Mettwurst 2 Lb a .98c Pure Ground Beef u>. 45c •WE DELIVER Del Monte Tomato JUl'Ce 3 Can. Van Camp's Pork and Beans 55c Wax Beans Cut Green Beans Van Camp'. Catsup 2 Cam 2 2 6 Cent Can* Bota. 98c 3&c 39c 39c 98c Tomatoes 2 can. 39c Can. 89C MorreU King Size Snack 2 Northern or Navy Beans 34b. Cello Btf 25c KRAFT'S ASSORTED JELLIES AND JAMS ALL; BRANDS SOFT DRINKS emonade, c » 10c 18-155-Jtc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor.*"Can be furnished. Dial 9643,'1121 No. Main. 65-154-tfc NEWLY DECORATED, THREE large rooms and' bath. Nice. Reasonable. Dial 2696, 6M48-tfc UNFURNISHED APT. NEAR HOS Adults. Dial 97Q3. 65-116-3tc Farms for Sale, #- 67 NOTICE OF APPOINTJtENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 71102 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly ip- polnted and qualified as administra­ trix of the estate of Theodore W. Brauckman deceased, late of Can oil County. All persons indebted to sild estate are requested to make !m mediate payment: and those hav ng claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, tnd file in the office of the Clerk of he District Court. Theresa Brauckman, Admlrle- tratrlx Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated June 22, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Co art June 25; July 2, 9, 1957 men; for the wholesaler, retailer and service trades. It strengthens and stabilizes the economy of the whole community and trade area. Industrial payrolls raise the economic level of a community by increasing business activities 2V4 to 3 times the payroll before it leaves the community. Industry and payrolls are the very life blood and sparkplug of any town or city. Industrial growth boosts population and income, Mr. Nowack stressed. "It bears a direct relationship to population growth and per capita income," he said, pointing out that counties showing the greatest . growth in industry, trade and • commerce show increased popu- some instances were up more.; ,a,i( V\ buyin * P ower and4bKetter Sows were strong to mostly 25' markets; conversely, new job op- cents un I P° rtunltles he lP kee P our Dest ' , lt „. talent at home and prevent loss Several lots of mostly No. 1 and, o{ our best b rains." Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Wu-Hogs mostly were 25 cents higher Tuesday in moderately active trading, and in: NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7' Ol NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that ACREAGE, 2^ ACRES, MODERN 8-room house. John ;Juergens, Broker. Dial 9428. * 67-155-tfc Misc. Real Estate 70 SEE US TO BUY OR SELL YOUR home, business or farm Also for farm loans and Insurance. Burns Real Estate Office, 212 West 5th Street. 70-60-tfc FOR SALE: IF IT'S A FARM, home, or building, lot see me. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 70-155-tfc the undersigned has been duly iry beck deceased, ip- qualUled as admlrls- Irl- pointed an_ _, _._ iratrfx of the estate of Henr County. All persons Indebted to s estate are requested to make 1m mediate payment; and those hav claims against the same will pre sent them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Emma Irlbeck, Administratrix Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated June 17, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Co|jrt June 18, 25; July 2, 1957 ng 2 200 to 220 pound butchers brought $20.00 to $20.50. the top. Slaughter steers were steady to 50 cents higher. Prime steers sold at $25.50 to $27.00. (USDA) — Salable hogs 5.500; moderately active, mostly 25 higher on butchers; instances up more sows strong to mostly 25 higher; No. 2-3 190-230 lb butchers 19.5020.00; several lots mostly 1-2 200220 lb 20.00-20.50; larger lots mixed grades 340-400 lb sows 16.00-17.25. Salable cattle 7,000; calves 200; slaughter steers active, steady to 50 higher; heifers fairly active, fully steady; cows and bulls slow; steady to 50 lower; vealers, stackers and feeders steady; high choice and prime steers 25.5027.00; bulk choice steers 23.7525.25; load mostly prime .1,000 lb heifers 24.90; good to low prime heifers 20.50-24.50; utility and commercial cows mainly 13.50-15.50; utility and commercial bulls 17.5019.50; vealers 23.00 down; load choice 670 lb yearling stock steers 23.50. New Laws Affect Motors, Fishing New laws governing horsepower of motor boats on artificial lakes of the state and new requirements for fishing and hunting licenses take effect July 4, the Conservation Commission reminded Iowans today. Motor boats operating on artificial lakes of 100 or mora acres may have a maximum motor output of six horsepower on July 4. The new law supercedes the five horsepower maximum that has been in effect. Women Need License Women anglers 16 years of age and over are required to have licenses to fish in any water of the state on and after July 4! Heretofore, women were required to have licenses only when fishing in state-owned lakes. Also beginning July 4, Iowa resident fishing and hunting licenses will be increased to $2 each, or | $3.50 when purchased in combina- ! tion. Also increased, effective July New Jobs and new payrolls help. 4, is the six-day non-resident li- County Board (Continued from Pa*e 1) to diversify and balance income sources, Mr. Nowack continued. "States with more diversified sources of income derived from agriculture, industry, trades and cense fee which goes to $3. No license will be required for nonresidents under 14 years of age. All other license requirements and fees are unchanged. Deaths and Funerals E. B. WILSON Edmund Burke Wilson, 90, retired Jefferson attorney, died late Sunday gfternoon at the home of his nurse, Mrs. Grace Trumbo. Before being moved to Mrs. Trumbo's home about six weeks ago. he had been a patient in the Greene County Hospital at Jefferson several years. Mr. Wilson was preceded in death by his wife, who had served as principal of Carroll High School. .'; BRENINY'S * MARKET Robin Hood Flour, 50 lbs. $3.69 IOA Pork, and Beans.....::....^ 2 2Vfe cans 39c Lemons, doz. 39c Oranges, doz. — 29c Shafter Potatoes 10 lbs. 39c Shatter Potatoes.....25 lbs. 98c Frozen Orange Juice._ 2 cans 29c Frozen Lemonade, each 10c Frozen Strawberries 5 12-oz. cans $1.00 Ready-to-Eat Picnics, lb. 37c Swift Premium Fully Cooked Hams, 12-14 lbs. avg., lb. 89c Canned Picnics, 3 lbs. each - $L98 Canned Hams, S lbs. each $4.89 Minced Ham, lb 36c Wilson Pressed Ham, lb. 49c Summer Sausage, lb. —49c Skinless Wieners, 2% -lb; bag _ 98c Pure Grouha • Beef^——3 lbs. $1.00 Brenny'i will be open 4th of July from 8:00 a. m. till ftoon. NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7)93 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly pointed ano qualified ae exeeut of the estate of Harlan M. Roderick deceased; late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to sa|d estate are requested to make ImmedUte payment; and those having claims against, the same will present them, dulv authenticated, to the under signed for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the restrict Court. Anna E. Roderick, Executrix Russell S. Wunschel, Attorney Dated June 17, 1957 r Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Cobrt June 18, 25; July 2, 1957 IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Asiooiated Freas July 2, 1957 July 2, 1956 .... 21. A balance of $8,885.75 was carried forward as of January 1, 1957. Of the total proposal for 1958, $14,475 is for general control, $25,050 for instruction, $50 for coordinate activities, $1,645 for fixed charges and $100 for capital outlay. Figures for the last complete year (1956) were general control $12,800.42; instruction 414,672.13; coordinate activities $1.71; fixed charges none; and capital outlay $39.95. The variance in fixed charges, according to Mr. Halverson, is caused by the fact that in accordance with a state ruling old age insurance and other items formerly included in the county budget must now be paid by the county superintendent's office. 331 $23 ATTENTION FARMERS Check for leaf feeding in tai corn. Apply DDT when 75^1 of plants FIRST show evident of leaf feeding. i% granular and 26% Uqulijl DDT on hand. KLOSER * . SEED STORE W. B. O ATM AN Many Carroll friends attended funeral rites at 2 p.m. Monday in St. John's Lutheran Church at Storm Lake for W. B. Oatman, 62, of Storm Lake, former Carroll businessman, who died Friday morning at the Buena Vista County Hospital. Mary Morrison sang "Asleep in Jesus" and "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Ronald L. Ream. Other Carroll friends included Mr. and Mrs. Ralph M. Crane, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. R. W; Humphrey, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Moehn, Mr. and Mrs. F. R. McCoy. Mr. and C. D. Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Gnam, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Determan, Mrs. Roland B. Morrison, Mrs. Earl N. Neu, Mrs. H.R. Smith, Mrs. W. R. Macke and Robert J. Dolezal. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson of Lanesboro and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Juergens of Scranton attended. A family service was held at 11 a.m. Monday. Burial was in the ,„_„_ Buena Vista Memorial Cemetery, BREAKS WRIST ! Storm Lake. The Rev. Mr. Muel- MarkStork. ^9-year old sonrfiier, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stork of Route 2, Carroll, broke his left wrist when he fell from a cherry tree Monday and was brought to St. Anthony Hospital at 8 p.m. RETURNS FROM PARLEY Charles E. Knoblauch, manager of the Chamber of Commerce, has returried from East Lansing. Mich-, where he attended the National Institute for Chamber of Commerce and Association Executives in session last week at Michigan State College. The institute was conducted by staff members of the Chamber of Commerce of the United States, Washington, D. C. About 400 chamber and association executives 4 were in attendance. Mrs* Knoblauch and Church, officiated at the rites. JOHN B. GRETEMAN Relatives and friends filled St Mary's Church in Willey at 9 a.m. i dent of Willey Rev. Msgr. P. T Lynch and the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes of Carroll. About 12 priests from neighboring parishes occupied the front pews of the church. Pallbearers were Lawrence Wurzer, John -Wendl, George Schreck, Ben Grossman, Mike Schultes and Alois Hoffman. Members of the 'American Legion Post at Dedham formed an honor guard at the church and cemetery. Mr. Greteman had served overseas with the infantry during World War I. Survivors include h i s wife, Eleanora; one daughter, Lucille, Omaha; and three sons, Martin, Omaha; Arthur, Carroll; and Edward at home, all of whom were at the rites. With the exception of two sisters, Sr. M. Teresilda of Lacrosse, Wis., and Mrs. R. W. Car- rahor of Arlington, Va., all of Mr. Greteman's brothers and sisters were present. Additional to his brothers and sisters named, he is survived by a brother, Clem Greteman, Arcadia, and four sisters, Mrs. Rose Mahaffey, Mason City; Margaret Greteman and Mrs. Charles Lex, Des Moines; and Mrs. Charles Hamilton, Algona. Mr. Greteman is also survived by his stepmother, Mrs. Mary Greteman of Onawa, who attended the services, and one grandson. Among other out-of-town relatives attending were Leo Grossman, Meyer; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Holbrook and family, Omaha; and Mr. and Mrs. Jojin Tigges, Rockwell City. Out-of-town friends included' Bill Beacon, Bob Burchfield, Rita Guynan and Joan Davy, Omaha; Mrs. Hugh McGuire, Hoistein; and Mrs. Pat Forristal, Galva. There were many relatives and friends from the surrounding community. Mr. Greteman, a lifelong rest- was born there Monday at funeral services for John B. Greteman, 62, owner and operator of the general store in Willey, who died Thursday morning at St. Anthon> Hospital. Officers of the solemn requiem high mass included three of Mr. Greteman's brothers. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman of Carroll was celebrant; the Rev. Bernard Greteman of Onawa, deacon, and the Rev. Lawrence Greteman of Halbur, sub-deacon. Master of ceremonies was the Rev. H. J. Dries, pastor of St. Mary's Church, who also delivered the sermon and conducted children accompanied Mr. Knob lauch to LaCrpsse, Wis., where j graveside rites in St. Mary's Cem they are visiting with her parents, ietery. Mr, and Mrs. J, F. Korpal J In the-sanctuary were the Rt Nov. 16, 1894. His parents, Barney and Anna Schmitt Greteman, are deceased. He was also preceded in death by three brothers, tha Rev. James B. Greteman, Victor E. Greteman and Joe Greteman. MONUMENTS Finest Quality — Workmemhlp New, Ixclusive Oeiignt lirseit Display of •§r«nlt«. M«rb!e, end Bronxe in Mldwatt Iowa. 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