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Classified Ad Information Dial 3S73 QARO OP tMANKI QAumio mill* slumn tni>W • • ' • ' ••••• 1.20 8 *nW iftrfi«|i» FfftTs'^ eLAMcin C»IH WITH OROIR OA* day, pet word. z seenta ffoet flaya, per ggrrt. 11, , » Fouf toy*, per word, PVftlMN lirVlfft 14 mm m*m®&L ^AST- tfeCogst store yew •neagquarr ters (OP jiM4wR #*,4pm supplies or gilt IN*. Male Hfin WilM 21 LAW?* NQW ||« tIR.GlMJtera. WwoiJ^ltt dothee are always wm «Wffle> and odorless., AH Patten -greases and sport atjrlta pized to restore, that fresh i)ew look, Dial 4835- Cleaners.' 14-148-tfc TWO MiN NEiDiD Who would like t9 get into stiff wopk, This is a permanent job with a good: future. 4 $79.00 weekly salary, and Commission above average. \ Must be awiy from home Mon­ day'to Friday, have ear and ba available immediately. / Apply to tiye, Iowa fice, CarrpJH, , , My 11, ffom 10 a; m. to Noon Female Help Wanted 22 Careji of Thanks 3 CARP OF THANKS To all my relatives, neighbors ,nd friends I wish to say "Thank Yau"-for tfte cards sent me faring ray stay in the hospital, and. for remembrances. Also thanks to the hospital staff. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated, ' ,"\ Vincent Rjcke 3-161-ltp llFOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinarf-Service, New location across street west of gateway. Ph. m, W-W-t|c FREE STORAGE-FOR ALL WIN ter clothes,, blankets, etc. Dial 43SS. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the priests, sisters and nurses for the wonderful care of Mrs. Kraus, while she was a patient in St. Anthony Hospital. Also thanks to our 'relatives, friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses and prayers during her illness and after her death. John Kraus Hoffman and Kraus families 3-161-ltp REPAJR. SERYIPE' - RADIOS, Television S^s "an<| Refrigera-ik tors. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. 14-156-8te USB UTJLITV LEASER HOUSE Paint, the best .paint available for all outside bujldings. gxcel- lent for fences and garages.. $3.09 in 5 galliots, $3 .ifi in'iai. lots. Davis' Paint Store; ' 14-i48-tfc CARD OF THANKS I wish to thank friends and rel atives for cards and letters, also the priests and sisters of St. An thony for the wonderful care I re ceived while in the hospital. ^^^^^^^^g^^ Announcement* ANPV BALK'S MEN'S WEAR IS open every Friday and Saturday night-'fl!l 9:00 p. m. 6-149-tfc WE SERVICE; ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio - including car radios; day or night. All work guaranteed. Dial 9313 Sporrer'sTV, B -lQ7 -tfc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT finaneipg «* cars, equipment household goods. S&M Finance Co., CahrpU, Iowa. 12-78-tfc PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service, Carroll and penison, ' l3-aP4-2to 14 business Services — LAND BANK — FARM LOANS NFL A owaed by fanner*—for farmers^ saves you money when you borrow. Low interest rates. ' Dependable. Loans for most any constructive purpose, For ful} : information about a loan on your land, please contact; National Farm Loan Ass'n PHJL. DENNIS, .SecrTfeas, Over Woolwortns - Carroll HembesFtdtfSJ Lw<j B *Sl» Sy|t'e» 14-SI-ltc SPECIAL WILSON TENNIS RACKET ... $18.00 Value UPTOWN CLUB • 14-161tlto KNOWLTON'S ; If You Can 't Qoraa to our - store We'll Bring It to Your Dqpr Without charge or obligation yp lee carpet samples in the your own furnishings. the setting ol PHONE 2460 SEE OUR - CAJRPET DRPT. KNOWLTON'S WALLPAPER , , ; JVSTREOEIV ed new easy:to-hang patterns in plains and,textures. Clearance prices on'last season's patterns as' low as 19c single roll* Ke'enan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner 14-100-ltc GREETING CARDS,,. , A r Stone -Printing Co, ygull find card for every memorable pcoas ion, 14-125-lto HAROLD A. CHRISTIANSONf weekly rubbage pickups at $1,25 per month; Ph. 2553, 14455-l2tp RADIATOR >REPAIRING, RE 'coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. AH work guaranteed Carroll Auto'Salvage. 14-88-tfc Haute hotel Goods 51 .jijli au, a.— JJJU' ,'jai 1 a. JIII ami JUI is. .1 ELECTRIC STOVE, APT. SIZE, like new. Fbone 42(1. . Sl-161 -ate -Aui,m..x! ujj'.;i'iUtt."HL- J. 1 ., .U-JJ. " IUL' Tfmej Herald, Carroll, !e>*e par- Wednesday, July 10, lMf / 'A 11 11 DISH MACHINE OPERATOR ' wanted. Day work. Tony's Res? •taurant. See A- J- Versten. Sewing Machine Bargain! We want responsible party, with good credit to take over 8 fty-, mentp of $7,00 on a repossessed Singer Sewing Machine, in perfect condition. Will give new ma* ohine warranty and liberal dis* cpunt for cash. Write te Industrial Loan and Investment Company, 1004 Farnam, Omaha. giaaLltc WANTED: OFFICE EMPLOYEE, experience preferred, immediate employment. 40 hrs. per week. Apply Ocoma Foods Co., Carroll, 'Iowa. 22-181-3tc WANTED: CUSTOM COMBINING and baling. Phone 12 on 16, Ar; cadia. ' »1&imi§ BROKEN^ WINDOW? WE sfbCK glass, and will cut to your specifications- while ybu wait. Joyce Lumher Co., The Stora of Service. ' ' 14-160-6te MEN, YOUR*CLOTHING NEEDS cleaning frequently this time of year. Send 'em to us ... . we'll make' them look better, feel better, last longer. Phone 3852. Thompson Cleaners. 14461-ltc Where To $0 17 BARrB-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB 30, V 17-150-ltc FOR YOUR CLUB8 AND' PART- ies reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accom modate SQ (people per party 17-90-tfc RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Phone 4180. 17 -149-ltc ' ELKS DINNER Thursday, July 11 ^ 1746f>ltc Good Things,to Eat 18 MINCED HAM V 35c LB.; SUM- mer Sausage 49c Jb.; Pressed Ham 49c lb.; Robin Hood Flour §0 lbs. 13.69; New White Potatoes 35 lbs. 88e; Ice Cold Wa termelon 5c lb.; Beer 6 pack 88e and up. Brenny's Market. 18 -16l4to JUMBO SHRIMP ! M ! SBRVEp anytime at/ Club 30. lBil5a-l|i WANTED: BOOKKEEPER AND office girl. State qualifications. Write Box AX, in care of Daily Times Herald. 22-161>3tc Situation Wanted 24 WANTED; FARM JOB OF ANY kind, experienced with livestock and machinery. Write R, c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-15?-6tc WANTED: BABY SITTING IN. my home, day or night. Also family washings and ironings. Phone 2687. 24-161-ltc Farm Products 31 WAYNE FEED SOLD AT $6.00 a ton discount when bought FOB our warehouse. Schenkelberg Impl. Co.- " 37r81rtfp Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: NEW TERRAMYCIN Egg Formula Deal. Helps maintain and increase summer egg production. Also good for treat ing diseases. Guaranteed by Pfizer. Buy Vi lb. and save $2,19 Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. 32-159?6tc Farm Machinery 33 VALLEY ELEVATOR, NEW, 32 feet or longer, wide, strong. Priced'to sell. Farm Service, Breda. 33-159-8tc BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for r* pair. Also see the new combine canvas at KraBler Shoe Shop 83-141-tfe Seeds & Feeds 34 FEED - SEED FERTILIZER Farm Supplies—Twine — Chemi cals for we/ds, insects, rodent control, Special: Bloat control for cattle, sheep. .Wormerls for hogs poultry, cattle, sheep. Farm Service in Breda. • •• 3.4-159-etc COMPLETE LINE OF WEED kOlers in stock, also 33-0-0 and 45-QrO nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers Grain It Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc LivestQck for Sale 41 NO 'PR^E ? COOKED' CHICKEN served at.ySlubSf}.; 18-150-ltc ©IMCIOUS , LQilfER fAILSiii at Club 30, IfcWMte NO 'PRE-COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30, Try our golden brown fried chicken dinner. 18-82-ltc Business Opportunities \f VALUABLE COUblTY FRANCHISE Need conscientious dealer in this area to handle cQ'unty distribution of a'new and recently pat- tented product. Require ." few hours spare time weekly, car, reference, and $Hpkp eratin 8 capital which-i? sao^fel'by inventory, ^rningf!; WP tOi|l50, weekjy, depending on spare" time devoted, and If wprk ppovejs satisfactory company will <i«|nqe;-tOLfu)l*tini* deal with $1^000 ^m'd year "potential. ThitHr not' a vending machine .offer. Write! Monarch Supply/ Inc. 2438 W. Lincoln Ave. . . Milwaukee 15, Wis. • 18461 Male Help Wanted w'fftW' . ••'S'#fi'i'«)»v HOVTBJMAN tfjfy 'AUPPBON, .married, ovfr^ frith car, $103.00 ,;week,. steady.; Write, P. .0,, Box 493, Ft, DQdge,Ttowa. '2M39-24tc 21 WANT ADS PAX . you DON'T WANTS Attention, Farmers FOR RENT QR/$A^E 1 Noble D.D.T. Grany'Jac .'rf i Applicator ^^Row;^ , . 11 A wmmwm FOR SALE: 17 HEREFORD steers, average about 550 lbs Bernard h, Halbur, Halbur, la Phone Halbur ^187, 4l460r3to FOR SALE; 2-YEAR-0LB ANGUS bull 1 Chris Brandt,* 4 miles west of Manniig. 41-160-2tp Wearing Apparel 52 THERE'S PLENTY OF WARM weather left to buy the things you need at Nookels Clothiers storewide Jtfly clearance sale, Hurry, Hurry -* and save, 53-101-ltc parvjet WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete rftdjfltor serviqei- body and fender repair, bit) 9120, __________ TMM-tfe REMINDER I HOW LONG SINCE your ear had a motor tunertipT Now's the time to have this work done! You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors, 7M4»tfe Per Sale 55 FOR SALE: %-TON AIR CONDI- fioner, and tapestry covered davenport. Call 9647. 55-159-3te 34-FOOT EXTENSION LADDER, one year old. Sporrer's TV. Dial 9513. 55-158-6tc 100 FEET WHITE 48" PICKET fence plus poles and gate, $25.00. For Rent 57 FOR RENT Grejnulqr DDT Applicator BY THE* ACRE CALL 3549 To Reserve This Maohine Sch©nk$!b©rg Implement Co. Room for Rent B7-158-4tc *60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-l60-6tc 63 Houses for Sale 2 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE at 426 Lincoln. Insulated, g heater and furnace, attached garage. A good home for $7,500 See Roy J. Burns, Lam. Thelen or L. Leffingwell. 63-161-lte FOR SALE: NEW 2-BEDROOM house te be moved off farm Has living room. '2 bedrooms, family-size kitchen with built-in cabinets and bath complete with new fixtures. Can be moved on Low-Boy Trailer. Priced fer quick sale. First $2,500 takes it. See Duane Schmidt 10 miles south' of Coon Rapids. 68*161-8tc Jim Hackbarth li Counselor at Boy Scout Camp (flmss fltrald V»m B«rvt««) LAKE VIEW -Mr. and Mrs E, P. Hackbarth took their son, Jim, to Lake Okebojl Saturday evening where he is a counselor in the Boy. Scout camp. Mr. and Mrs. Haekbarth visited in the Percy Sellman home at Battle Creek Sunday evening. Mrs. Florence Thayer of Waterloo was a weekend guest in the Don Tjaden home. Mrs. Don Tja den and Mrs. Hilda Johnson took her to Waterloo Monday, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brauer and family and grandchildren, Linda, Sandra and Connie Clark, of Denver, Colo., were Sunday afternoon callers in the J. N. Raine home. Lucy Stevens of Toledo, Mrs- Jane Ashbaugh of Sac City, Mrs. Margaret Corey, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Corey and daughter, Margaret, all of Dunlap, were Sunday visitors in the William Dean-Lewis Corey home. Visitors Sunday in the Elmer Moore home were Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore and Mr. and Mrs- Robert Moore and children, Odebolt; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Moore, Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs- K- C, Rule and children of Grays Lake, 111., were overnight guests Sunday of Dr. and- Mrs. C. E. Lierman. Mrs- Joe Peters and Mrs- Martin Peters of Odebolt returned Saturday from the Lawrence Sattman home in Minnesota, where they had cared for Mrs. Settman following surgery. LeNoy peters returned home with' them, Dale Ellis of Sioux City was a Sunday visitor in the Burt Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ellis of Kansas City arrived Tuesday for several days' visit. THE ARK-WARD AGE • , . Fascinated by the "Noah's Ark" confronting them, sevep ypung- steri peek through^ the portholeg trying to catch a glimpse of the small animals cavorting wlthla> The ark is among the many exhibits at the €hll» dren's goo In Chicago's Lincoln Park. The Daily Record INJURED IN FALL (Timti H«rsld NIWI SsrvtM) TEMPLETON - Ben Willenborg suffered a cracked .bone in his ankle in a fall in his barn Saturday. We're into the season of bathing beauty contests, when judges have a chance to become real popular with one girl. » 3-BEDROOM ONLY 2 BLOCKS from St. Lawrence, two yrs. old, large living room, beautiful birch kitchen, full basement, gas heat, garage.iLet well landscaped with enclosed back yard. Owner transferred. Assume present FHA, save closing posts.* Call E. C. Pudenz, broker. Dial 0842. 63460r2te 64 Houses for Rent LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEW IDA GROVE SALE PAVILION Sal© Every Friday s Starts,l»;3Q p. m. ALWAYS A GOOD LISTING OF LIVESTOCK 41-269.U0 II FOR RENT; ONE BEDROOM modern house. South side. Dial 2750. 64-161-2tC Household Goods USED flORCTE AUTOMAT 10 Washer, l yr. old, lioo.oo. Schenkelberg Impl- Co, ••' , 51-57-ltC USED PIANO, HI, PHONE 9354, , 51-159-Stc . KIR BY VACUUM CLEANER, like new, used, very little, reason•* Dial 3001, 5H60.2to UNIVgRSAl, SHIfiLLAriE It. P, gas stove, like, new, low price; used Maytag square tub, $40.00; two 275-gal, obround tanks; $25.00 each. Drees Heating Co. 51-160-6tc LARGE SELECTION 0* GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's ,, f nrnitury. < 8M3>Uc •NEWEST TRENDS - IN I'lNBR ' Lighting: 150 new modern lighting fixtures on display- See them today. Heirw Electric CO- TWO USED 1-TON AIR CONDI- tioners. Carroll Refrigeration. FOR BITTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen- Phone $109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 63-58-ltfi COOL MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9379, 65-128-tfc FOR RENT: UPSTAIRS APT.. I rooms and bath. Dial 9521, «H34 -tfc FURNISHED TRACER, CEMENT patio with awnings. Graham Trailer Fark. Phont 6>158-tfe AFARTMBNT8 AV AIU A B L Ei Furnished or uniurnjshed. Mc« Ntbb Building. Dial 1*80, a5-2t9-tfo COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished, Dial 9643. U21 No. Main. • v SS-184-t|fi VNFURNI5HED APT. NEAR HOg. pital. Adults. Dial S703. 6S*116-3to Misc. Real Estate 70 NO FOREIGN 8VBSTANCE, RE' mains in a rug cleaned with .Blue Lustre. Stays clean longer. Matt Furniture Co. 51-161-ltc FOR SALE: «W GOLD SEAL linoleum, fhont 2637, 5l-J8Mt<; t FOR SALE; SINGER ELECTRIC - Mwja|. machine wrapleti with itjjicnmentt and "new guarag- wlm'Tii^itoM ;fS4ix aj S/.ittbRth toifeiponsjble party W vicinity,-or will'discount tor HBeteh, Write Credit'Mgr.,, W So. FOR SALE: IF IT'S. A. FARM, home, or building lot see me, Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. i 70,-155-tfe REX BILLARDS, ONE OF DENI- son's oldest established businesses, doing good.' Phone 600 or 629, Denison, Iowa. 70-l60-3tc gs^^CaTiTTrueks 71 THIS (S IMPORTANT. EVERV used oar in our lot is carefully reconditioned by Factory trained mechanics. BUI Burgess Motor Co. - 71 -20 -tfg 1954 BUICK CENTURY, 4-DOOR, 1 Radio, heater, low mileage and clean. Wittrouk Motors. 71-160 -tfc Auto. Service 75 AN OUNCR Or OARS SAVES RS< pa|rl ., , Depend on our expert . Mrvicbgto ie« you^ w it its best .. . Complete servioa shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. Lego I Notices ATE OF IOWA, STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. T890 NQTICS IS *IBR?teV GIVEN " the undersigned hM b«n duly »p- >olnted and qualified as executor of he estate at Lawrence H. Nepple f olnted and qualified as executor of he estate of Lawrence H. Nepple deceased, late or Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to majce Immediate ment; aeainst^He same" will pre those having ,U press duly authenticated, to the P.ay- signed for ^ the office of the trict Coig^. pated July iJflUs? nt them, ,.j under» and..file_ (n ce, .... „. eric of the. pis- erbert Nepple, Executor i ?rwJnjg._Hansen', Attorney ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs, William c. Pfeiffer, Coon Rapids. Curtis Stormer, Bayard, John W. Hofbauer, Coon Rapids. William J. Wieland, Carroll. Virginia Mae Sharp, Carroll. Mrs.** Mary O. Greenfield, Bayard. Duane J. Petersen, Carroll. Jerome H. Schumacher, Carroll. Dismissals— Mrsr Arthur G. Schultes, Dedham- Mrs. Wayne L, Subbert and baby, Carroll. James O'Tool, Carroll. Sharon J. Pottheff, Rt. 3, Carroll. Kim Richard Peters, Wall Lake. Mrs. John Oeser and baby, Westside. Mrs. Leet Pebbles, Rt. 2, Lake City. Mrs, Loretta Sapp, Scranton Anthony L- Feld, Carroll. Mrs. Joseph G. Schwarzkopf and baby, Wall Lake. # Mrs- Earl Kanne and batfy, Rt. 2, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siben aller, Rt. 3, Carroll, a son, Tues day. Mr. and M". Ludwig F. Seidl Jr., Dedham, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester E. Freese, Arcadia, a son, Tuesday. (Times Htrtld Kew* Seirio*) BREDA - Mr. and Mrs. Eif- %ene Loneman, Omaha, a son, July 3. M r s- Lorjeman is the former Iris Thelen, a granddaughter of Clem Schulte. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ~^.- r „ $2,15 Corn,.No. 2 yellow ,.,„,,,,,, i.?e Old Oats .„. t .62 New Oats ^ mm , H .,„ mw «,-^ • .59 Chicago Grain These Markets are FuriUshed by th« Humphrejr Orajp Company _ Low ' H. Kueblers On o trip to The West Coost (Tims* FUrtld N»w» Serrtee) LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuebler left Monday morning for Vallejo, Calif., where they will visit their son and family, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Kuebler; Mrs Anna, Kuebler, mother of- Harry Kuebler, and 4 brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs, Ernie Harris, and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Kuebler, Gardenia, Calif,, and Mr. and Mrs. Burl-Miller and family at Long Beach. Mrs- Frank Jacobs and sons of Sioujf City spent the weekend in the home of Mr- and Mrs. Don Gemberling. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Hettenge? of California were visitors with relatives and friends here the mid die of the week. They came to visit relatives at Glidden. » Mr- and Mrs. Paul Zimbeck and family spent Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Thomson at Newell. Officers ef the Woman's Society of Christian Service met Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Merle Dial to finish programs for the coming year. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Grossman of Tulsa, Okla-, left for their home after spending two weeks with Mr and Mrs. Bay Garwood- Mrs Grossman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Garwood. Mrs. Bill Sorenson entertained at a coffee Saturday morning for Mrs. Phillip Dillivon, who is leay ing for France soon. Attending and Mrs. John Harms, Mrs- Ed Berns, Mrs. Hfrward Strickland, Alfred J. Klocke, . , ClerK PUtriet Court July 3, 10, IT, 1957 In The District Court of lowst, In and for Carroll County Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL ^^mr&miWm *»* an Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and Testament of Wlllam Relneke Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 39th day of July, LOST, at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the ourthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the ... . M j at [ 0n ay for hearing proof In thereto. WITNESS my official signature. affixed, this SJncJ day of July, 1957. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke, t . , ."tftf Dwtrwt;Court, By^Leisj[lbtnau«r. Deputy, July 3, 10," 17, 1957 In.The pistrlct Court of Ipwa, In and .for OsrroH County NOTICE— ritoor OF wax STATE OF TQWA. Carroll County, ss. To All Whom It May Concern: ORIGINAL Cor NOTICE IS^ERE 1 GIVEN, That an instrument'1ft writing, purporting to be the la»t will and testament pfjJohn 8. Greteman Peceasad, was this qay produced, opened ang reaj opened and rea, gned, »n(j th»t I have me 8th day of August, W. tl*t,Und«retfned, A Monday tTie m . r. at 9;0p o'clock a. m. at iht Courthouse in Carroll, Jowa.^as the day for hearing proof in Alation thereto. WITNBSS my, itmtf Signature, sffi ^'s* &h&r&t July ibl-itH^^*** 1 -. BUSINESS IS LIKE A baby carriage, it won't go unless you push it. Daily Times Her- aid Classified ads have plenty of "push!" Use them often. Phone, 3573 ASK FOR ADVERTISING DEPARTMENT . High JW 214% Close Close 218% 214 216 Vi 218 ^1 231V* 72% 74 H P' C 'c SOY C B«ANi ' July 942 H Sept. Nov, LARD July Sept. Oct, Chicago Livestock CHICAGO MV - Hogs and jpws were fully as to 80 cents higher Wednesday, Fifty head of No. J 210 pound butchers reached $21,25, equal to last week's two-year high. Slaughter steers were steady to strong in fairly active trading. (USDA) — Salable hogs 6,500; active; uneven; fully 29 to as much as 90 higher on butchers and sows; No. 3-3 190'24Q lb butchersl ,20,50-20,75; several hundred No. 1 mostly No. 1.2 2OM30 lb 20.75. 1.00; larger lots mixed grades 330-400 lb sows 16 75-18.00. Salable cattle 19,000; calves 300; slaughter sfeers fairly active, steady, to str,opg; heifers moder. ately active, steady to 25 higher; cows strong to mostly 28 higher; bulls fully steady; vealers steady; bulk high eholce^and prime steers 25.75-27.00; bulk good and choice 22.50-25.50; most choice to low prime heifers 29,50-29,29; utility and commercial cows 13.75-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 17.25. 10.25; good and choice vealers 10.00-23,00. Salable sheep 1,000; trade rather; slow; spring lambs weak; wod to prime spring lambs 86-92 ; 22.00. 24.25. Mrs. Bill Troxel, Mrs. Merit Jena* ins and Mrs. John Topp. Mrs- Karen Legore and daughter moved the first of the week from the' Mrs. Enez Houdeshell apartment into the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strickland; 1 where she remained until the first of this week, then moved into the property of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dillivon, who recently left for Wis* consin- Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tibbitts and children drove to the eastern part of the state Saturday to visit,Mr. Tlbbitt's mother and other rel* tives. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Fqrbe? and Mr< and Mr?. Jerry Wilson of storm Lake spent Sunday In tht home of Mr. and M r «. Jess* Wilson, SOY HAS TETANUS (Times Hwett fnn S«pr|se) RALSTON -lAUen L*« Olerie.li, 6 -yeafold sen of Mr- and Mrs. Milo Olerich was taken fo the Oar- roll Hospital Friday for treatment ef tetanus. About three week* age he had a sliver ip his finger which was supposed to have been rt? moved, but infection set in and he was taken to jhe hospital where it was found he had tetanus. Allen is slowly recovering. The lock jaw has ceased but he is still a very sick boy and will be in the hospital for several days to come, VISITS IN CHICAGO (Times Herald p«ws Rcrylee) HALBUR «- Jerry Rolfee spent the weekend In Chicago where he visited his brother,. LaVerne Rojfes and family and attended the White Sox-cieveiand ball game. Deaths and Funerals MRS. MARY ANNA 8CHAEFER (Times Herald News Sarvtet) BREDA ^- Funeral services for Mrs. Mary Anna Schaefer, 99, were held at St. Bernard Church here at 11 o'clock Monday morn* ing. The Rev. Francis Conway offered requiem high mass. The Rev. 15, L. Schleyer and the Ray. J. P. Hausmann were in the sanctuary. Burial was In St. Bernard Cemetery. Pallbearers, grandsons of Mrs, Schaefer, were: Don Schaefer, Jean Schaefer, Harry Bohnem kamp. W 0 0 d r 0 w Bohnenkamp, Milton Bohnenkamp, and Lloyd Bohnenkamp. Mrs. Schaefer died Friday night at St. Anthony Hospital, where she had been a patient several days, Survivors are two sons and three daughters, J. B,, Schaefer, A. E. Schaefer, Breda; Mrs. Joe (Clara) Bruning, Sac City; Mrs, Al (Pauline) Stoffregen, Keytesville, Mo.; Mrs, Clarence . (Cordelia) Davaney, Breda; 18 grandchildren, 26 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. All of her children wore here for th* rites. ';.Attending from a distance wire: Mr. and Mrs. Al Stoffregen, , Keytesville. Mo.; Mr. and Mrs, Lloyd Bohnenkamp. Kansas, City, Mo,: Mr. and Mrs. Jean Schaefer, Aurora, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bohnenkamp. Quinoy.* ill.; Wood* row Bohnenkamp, Macomb. -W,} • Mrs, Joe L- Keyes, San Francisco,, Calif.; Mr, and Mr*. Tom Williams and family, Jamesport, Me.s>MU» ton Bohnenkamp, Manchester;; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Albwtson, 1 sons, Stephen and Billy, Ottujnwt; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruning off Sat City and relatives and frienda from thfr t^J^H.^" 8 -^?^^^ MONUMINTS Finest Quality Werkmsniblp tar' f W ' D* liy V *«f (l ^enf lews. •', WAR McPhersen-Campbell C* Asrsss frem eeme »ery ; Phone 3263 — Cerrell, lews Open Sundays.for Yeur Canvenlene* •UOO)lT aSTIMATI AND RieORO OR RIUIN* Town and City Estimate etpated will be SvaUsbJe at the hewing. FUNDS Expenditure* Per Year I si General >.Mt MHlIo Safety ^.^^ snJtaWen „ >. Municipal Enterprise Recreation Utilities .„ .„ TOTAU tjKsEIe" oneys and credits It 4 U. S,f6a| 3,920 48i 175! 98 53 7,087 S,854i l L l» 87 3,S19I ^""Town^olerk. 2,500 . 1,500 . 100 , 250 . 150 . 4,000 2,500 JtSS vajjuitloji a »:S,»07IS 16,2151$18^021$ U.90QIS |$ 4,300 • T,60f WUl Wolf Ttiurnsd to Ws home at Alton Wednesday morning afti er visiting his sister;'Mrs, M. J, Thole* slaoe Monday, Corroll CountyVxtens'lon Council . , N «9 T l££r T . h f JxteniJon CouncU of Carroll County, tows, will meet ea July 25, J99 .T. »t i;» p. m, to the Term Burenu ^uilflnl «t Carjjril. Texpayeri will be heard for or ssiinit the fQijgwloi estimate of ex^«n4Uur*i for the fiscal year bestnnlng January 1, lSSl. MRS. V, QEN2BN. Secretary of Extension Council, s- Expenditures ror V«»r . 1 IMMMM J>O^M~»^ll>MMSlMSaMSj •Aai^lSfcitSMli M JSu>»n,iiiiui, li*l«iiniiiin jlfciiiiiii d i Htkti ii'n mh ntA i^^^M y.

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