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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD Of THANKS r .9. WOtdU .-in-nnrri,- - „• if 80 ftoTgg ,..:;', 4<TftBf CLASStfiBD BIB^LAY ultima ~»Ub i. m. dhflay* taKSH Until To; if biibupitlftfi A3 KM v ft., ni> OD S&tiifrdfcj. » v _..». «-lied till 9:30 a. m. SafuWay. 11 a. ffl. enday through Friday. CtAisiFitb CASH WITH ORDER m« day, p« »«** •••• •• • Scents »o days, pe» £re* .fay** n*r 6trt diyS, »§r word ^sSK'BjFvW-r ^-^--il M Card« of Thankg luifniif U Mat* Hti> MAKE THE 'CARROLL C6AST to^aast Stere fea?~ &ta&|ua> ten tat hardware, .farm suppUes or gift items, . 14-166-iatc LAWN S.tetMJ. 4212 2-HOUft CtBANUia SEftVteiB AT tlH Cleaners Where your clothes are always 80$ cleaner and odorless. All tiotton dresses and sport shrits sized to restore that fresh new look. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. l4-l48-tfc TWO MIN Who would like te get into sales wort, this i* 8 permanent job with t good future. 178.00 weekly salafy aM Commission above svwage. $ Must be awfiy from home Monday ta ffida'y, have car aftd b« available immediately. Apply to Company Representative, Iow> State Employftieht 9f- fice, Carroll, Iowa, Thursday, July 11, tforn 10 a. m. to Noon. ai-160-8to OF THANKS To all my relatives, neighbors •ad friends 1 wish to say "Thank you", lor the eards sent me during my stay • in the hospital, and for remembrances. Also thankk to the hospital staff. Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. > Vincent RicKe 3-161«itp P6R ALL " 6A^6LlNl BNOiNE lawn mower fepatf, call or see Heinart Service. New location across street west of Safcway. Ph. '" """ "•' " '--'•*" CARD OF THANKS We wjsh 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 3-16Mtp CARD OF THANKS I wjsh to thank friends and relatives for cards and letters, also the priests and sisters of St. Anthony for the wonderful care I received while in the hospital, Tony Feld AnnoMricemehts $ ANDY BALK'S MEN'S WEAR IS open every Friday and Saturday night -<ffll 9:00 p. m. 6-149-tfc WE SERVICE! ANT MAKE OR mpdel TV or radio — including car radips; day or night All w o r 'If guaranteed. Djal 9513. Spofrer'sTV, 6-lp7-tfc Loans 12 1,0 4 Ng ANP financing «r 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, Carroll and penison. 'l2-304-2to t*S* H >*j***t^**^ts* l f?..ir**+f*'*^*r***>****if*f**** > ' Business Services 14 TERM-* FARM LOANS NFL A, owned by farmer*-rfor farmers^ saves you money when . you borrow. Low interest rates. Dependable, Loans for most any constructive purpose, For fuU. information |bout a loaa on your land, please contact; National Farm Loan Ass'n PIPL PENNIS, Seo. Ovep WQ9Jworth s Land Banjj Sy|t'e» 14-31-ltO SPECIAL WILSON TENNIS RACKET V $13,00 ' $7:50 UPTOWN CLUB 1 • 14«161-ltc KNOWLTON'S' Ii You Can't to Our • store We'll Bring It to Veur Dgp? . Without charge or pbllgatlon ypu f«e carpet samples in the setting of your own furnishings. PHONE 2460 SEE OUR CAjRPET PIPT. KNOWLTON'S WALLPAPER , , ed new .«asy4o-han§ patterns in plains 4nd- textures. Clearance prices cm l«gt season's patterns as' low as Iflc single roll.' Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhpff, owner. 14-lOO-ltc GREETING Q A R D S . , • , A.T Stone 'Printing Co, ypull find a card for f very memorable occasion. 14-185-JtQ HAROLD A. CHRISTIANSQN? weekly rubbage pickups at $1.25 per month,; ph, 2553, W4§5-i?tp RADIATOR 'coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guwinteed, Carroll Auto Salvage. U-88-tfo FREE STORAafi.f Oft ALL WIN- ter clothes,.blankets, etc. Dial 4383, I|R Janets. 14-148-tfc REPAIR, SEftVlCE' - RADIOS, Television Sets "and Refrigera-i tors. Mohtgortery r \Vard Farm Store, Carroll, Io\fca. 14-156-6te USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best .paint available for all .outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages.. $3.09 in 5 gal. "lots. &.18 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc WANTED: CUSTOM COMBINING and baling. Phone J2 on 1.6, Ar; cadia. ! ^ f ; i pl4tlto^!tp' BROKEN WINDOW? ' WE glass, and will cut to your speci fications-while ybu wait. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Serv- 14-160-6te ice. 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 ^Srf^^%^*^>^N^XI^<V^i><f!»^>^N^> Where BARrB-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB 30. ' v 17-15Qrltc FOR YOUR CLUBS AND-'PARfr ies reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accom modate 50 (people per party 17r90-tfC RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Phone 4180. 17-149-ltc " ELKS .DINNER Thursday, July 11 17-160-ltc Good Things .to Eat 18 MINCED iU^asp LB".; SUM- mer Sausage 49c Ib,; Pressed Ham 49c Ib.; Robin Hood Flour " §0 Ibs. $3.69; New White Pota toes 25 Ibs. 98c; Ice Cold Wa termelon 5c Ib.; Beer 6 pack JSc and up. Brenny's Market. 18-1614to JUMBO SHRIMP ! M ! SERVED anytime afr Club 30. 18 ; 150-l|c NO 'FRJE : COOKED* CHIQKEN served, atJPlub 3Q. j.8450-ltc DE.WOIOUS at Club 30- W44Htc NO 'PRE • COOKED* CHICKEN served at Club 30, Try our golden fried c-hicken dinner. 18-82-Hc VALUABLE FRANCHISE Need conscientious dealer in this ares to handle e'^ynty distribution of a'new and recently pat- tente^' product. Require 'few hours spare time wfekly, car, reference, and $QiQ Operating capital-which,|s saqivNm tiy inventory. Burnings «p t^!|J§& weekjy, depending on spare" time devoted, and If wprk prove*, satisfactory company will iiwitgiTta f«Jl:tijne deal with $1^(3(00 i$com'e f » year potential. Thlt ; ir - not « vendjug mschinp .offer, Wrjtei Monarch Supply/ Inc. 2438 W. Lincoln 'Ave. Milwaukee 15, Wis, Male Help Wanted .rrta'rrled, ov^r, .week, steady,' '493, n ', $103.00 ,. P. 0., Box . ^-139-24tc AJJB ,f PUN'T Attention, Farmers' FOR RENT- OR, SALE 1 Noble D.D.T, icator 21 Female Help Wanted 27 DISH MACHINE OPERATOR wanted. Day work. Tony's Restaurant. See A. J. Vorsten. ""•": 22-159-ate WANTED: OFFICE EMPLOYfifi, experience preferred, immediate employment. 46 hrs. per week. Apply Oeoma Foods Co., Carroll, Iowa. 22-161-3te WANTED: BOOKKEEPER AND office girl. State qualifications. Write Box AX, in care of Daily Times Herald. 22-161-3tc Wanted 24 WANTED: FARM JOB OF ANY kind, experienced with livestock and machinery. Write R, c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-159-6tc WANTED: BABY SITTING IN my home, day or night. Also family washings and ironings. Phone 2637. 24-161-ltc Farm Products WAYNE FEED SOLD AT $6.00 a ton discount when bought FOB our warehmise. , Schenkelberg ImpL Co.- " 37r8Wfc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: NEW TE5RRAMYCJN Egg Formula Deal. Hejps maintain and increase summer egg production, Also good for treating diseases. Guaranteed by Pfizer. Buy % Ib. and save $2,19. Kruse Hatchery, W. on Hwy. 30. Farm Machinery 33 VALLEY ELEVATOR, NEW, 32 feet or longer, wide, strong. Priced'to sell. Farm Service, Breda. S3rl59-3te BRING YOUR C 0 M B I N E OR binder canvas in NOW for r pair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-141-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 FEED — SEED -r FERTILIZER— Farm Supplies—Twine — Chemicals for wseds, insects, rodent control. Special; Bloat pontrol for catfle, sheep. ,Wormers for hogp, poultry, cattle, sheep. Farm Service in preda, • 34-159-6tc COMPLETE LINE. OF WEED kijlers in stock, alpo 33-0-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers 'G?ain & Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc i {. ivestpck for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 17 HEREFORD steers, average about §50 Ibs, Bernard A. Halbur, Rajbur, la- Phppe Halbur ^187, 41-160-3tC FOR SAI^E; 2-YEAR-OLP bulli Chris Bra«dt,'4 miles west of Manniig. 41-160-2tp LIVESTOCK AUCTION NEW IDA GROVE SALE PAVILION Sol© Every Friday g!3Q p. m. ALWAVS A_GQOD_WSTIN<§( 3F WVISTQCK l Good* 41 : 2694to ^!(^) 51 USEP ORCrU AUTOMATIC Washer,- i yr, old, $100.00. Schenkelberg Impl. .Co, ' , 5l-574tc USEP PIANO, $28, PHONE 9354, ,..-... 5W59-3tc KIRBY VACUUM CLEANER, like new, used, very little/reasonable. Dial 3001. si-ieo-ate UNIVERSAL SHELUNE L, P, gas stove, like new, low price; used Maytag square tub, $40.00; two ?7&-gal. obround tanks; $25.00 each. Drees Heating Co, 51-160-6tc used SELKCTION or <JOOD furniture at Knowlton's •NEWEST TRENDS IN I*INEB ' Lighting: ISO new modern lighting fixtures on display. See therti today. Heirw Electrio Co- W-182.tfC TWO USED 1-TON AIR tioners. Carroll Refrigeration mains in a rug' cleaned with , Blue Lustre. Stays clean longer. Matt, Furniture Co. 5H6Htc FOR SALE: e'Xl2' GOLD SEAl linoleum. Phont 2637, 51-l?l-ltc FO^gAL^; m»cWni wfflpleti MBtl W* '»«* JP . , . j»/f l^jftwti.^.foW | 1b}« pirty ii lU':4l8cownt lor * Writ! Oredit M|r. ( - m So. j'" flRlWR 'WW*P ' ^^B^BP^P( w »^Br Vft VMP flR^P SI •ig'-asBii ST6VE. AFf. like new. Pliott* 42S1. % 8M61-8te Sowing Machine Bargain! We want responsible £arty with good credit to take ever I ^ay- meftts of $7.00 en a repossessed Singer Sewing Machine, in perfect condition. Will give new ftiar ohine warranty and liberal discount for eash. Write ta Industrial Lean and Investment Company, 1804 Farnam, Omaha, Weiring Apparel 52 PLENTY OF WARM weather left to buy the things you need at Nodkels Clothiers itorewide July clearance sale. Hurry, ~ Hurry — and save, 5248Htc 55 Per Sale FOR SALE; »4-t6N AIR CONDI- tioner, and tapestry covered davenport. Call 9647. 55-lg9-8te 34-FOOT EXTENSION LADDER, one year old. Sporrer's TV. Dial 9513. B5-158-6tc 100 FEET WHITE 48" PICKET fence plus poles and gate, $25.00. Phone 2642. 55-160-3tc For Rent 57 FOR RENT Grqnular DDT Applicator BY THE' ACRE CALL 354$ To Reserve This Ma.cjiine Implement Co. B7 : lS8-4tc 60 Room for Rent ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-160-6tc 63 House* for Sale 2 BEDROOM MODERN HOUSE at 426 Lincoln. Insulated, gas heater and furnace, attached garage. A good home for $7,500. See Roy J. Burns, Lam- Thelen or L: Leffingwell. 6346Hte FOR SALE: NEW 2-BEpROOM house to be move4 off farrp. Has living room, '? bedrooms, family-size kitchen with .buflt-in cabinets and bath complete with new fixtures. Can be moved on Low^Boy Trailer. Priced for quick sal?. First $2,500 takes it. See Duane Schmidt 10 miles .south' of Coon Rapids, 3-BEDROOM ONLY 2 BLOCKS from St. Lawrence, two yrs. old, large living room, beautiful birch kitchen, full basement, gas heat, garage.tLot well landscaped with enclosed back yard. Owner transferred. Assume present FHA, save 'closing cpsts." Call E. C. broker. Dial 9842. ' Houses for 64 RSNT; ONE BEDROOM modern house. South side. Dial 2750. 64-161-2tC Apartm<nt far Rtnf 65 PATTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent cqnjtdct Pete Jensen. Phone 8109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-lt6 COOL MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376, 65-128-tfc FOR RENT! UPSTAIRS APT., 3 roomi and bath, Piaj 0521, FURNISHEP TRAILER, CIMENT patio with awnings, Graham Trailer F»rk. Phonff 4iaa, 85458-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE, furnished qr unfurnished, Me. Nabb Building. Dl«J S680, 65-219-tfc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor/Can be furnished, Dial 9643. 1131 No. Main. «5-154-t(c UNFURNISHED APT. NEAR pltal. Adults. Dial 9703. 6S416-3tC Misc. Real Estate 70 FOR SALE; IF IT'S. A. FARM, home- or building lot see mi, Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. . t 70-155-tlc REX BILLARDS, ONE OF DENJ. son's oldest established busj< nesses, doing good. Phone 6Q0 or M8, Denison, Iowa- 70-160-3tc U»«d Cm & Truck* 71 THIS IS IMPORTANT, EVERY Ulld cai la our lot is carefully r*condltiop«d by Factory trained meehwjlei. BUI Burgess Motor Co. - 71-20-tta J954 BUICJC CENTURY, 4-DOOR, 1 RtdJjQ, bMtir, low mjlMgt and clean. Wlttroefc Motor*. TW60-tte Auto Strvlet AN OUNCE OF OARI IAVW RE- pa|r! , . . Depend on our expert servicj ill best shop frpro work. CwroU Motor Co H-iU-tfc WftdnMday, July 16, Auto et WINKER SE&vtee ** COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. fS-284-tfc REMINDMl HOW LONG SINCfi your ear had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work dene) You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors. 7S-14,tfc Jim Hnckbarth It Counselor at Boy Scout Camp (Time* Rertld Kew« B«rvk«) LAKE VIEW -Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Hackbarth took their- son, Jim, to Lake Okoboji Saturday evening where he is 4 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 Water loo was a weekend guest in the Don Tjaden home. Mrs. Don Tja den an<j 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. Ralne 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 Pf Grays Lajje, 111,, were overnight guests Sunday of Dr. and- Mrs. G. E, LJerman. Mrs. Joe Peters-and Mrs. Martin Peters of Odepolt returned Sat urday from the Lawrence Saltman home in Minnesota., where they had cared for Mrs. Sattman 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. INJURED IN FALL (Ttmw H«i»l« Jfeif TEMPLETC-N - Ben Willenborg sufferecj a cracked ,bone -in his ankle in a fall in. hi? barn {Saturday, .. v-. ' ,•;/'•'' '"" / We're into the season of bathing beauty contests, when judges have a chance to become real popular with one girl. a Legal Notices STATE OF IO CARROLL CO JSSQTIP5 IS the S8. No. 7890 Y GIVEfJ, thft undersjgnea hap been 4uly *B ponted and qualified as executor o the estate qf Lawrence H. Nepple deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to mike Immediate pay went; and, those having claJmt. against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the unde signed for allowance, and t^e the office of tha Cleric of the, pj trict Court. Herbert Nepple, Executor Attorney 3, In The District Court of In and for Carroll Count Co Jarroii County, BS. , To AU Whom It May NOTICE IS HEREBY OIV3N, That an Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament 01 Wlllani Reineke Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 29th day of July, 1957, at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse in Carroll, Iowa, as th» day for hearing proof in relation, thereto. ; WITNESS my Official signature, with the seal of sale} Court hereto affixed, this JJncT day o! July, W57, (SEAL) Alfred J, Klocke, Clerk Plltrlet Court, By LO!B Sibenauer, l> July 3, 10, 17, 1957 eputy, In ThV In and i-t of I«w», nty putrtct Co ... d .for Garroll County JE—PROOF or vrax STATE ,OF JQWA, . ' CarroH County, is. .ORJGHNAL To An Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEHEBV GIVEN, That an instrument Iji writing, purporting to be the lapt will and testament of John B, Greteman iaeceased, wai this qay produced, opened ana rea by tht Undersigned, anS thft t hav« ,, Mpndfty the 5th day i7,..8t 9;OP £cl0ek a. MI, i ay .'ourthouse in Carroll, Iowa, .as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. WITNJBS6 with the seal •ffixeA .this 9th a? my 81 ef July 10, IT, 24, J ,.,,,,41 ilgnatura, salt) Court hereto day of July! 1957, *. ourt, BUSINESS \% LIKE A baby carriage. It won't go unlisi you PUih it. D»ily Timei Herald CU»ii'i««J adi fc*vi plenty of "push!* 4 Us* town olten. Phone 3573 ASK FOB OHFARTMINT TttB ARK-WARD AGE . . . Fascinated by the "Noah'i Ark" eonfronting them, seven young- steri peek through, the portholes trying to catch a glimpse of the sn'all animals cavorting withlft, The ark IB among the many ethlbltt at the Chll* dren'g Zoo In Chicago'* Lincoln Park. The Daily Record ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs, WiWara C. Pfeiffer, Coon Rapids. Curtis Stormer, Bayard, John W. Hofbauer, Coon Rapids. William J. Wieland, Carroll. Virginia Mae Sharp, Carroll. Mrs." 1 Mary 0. 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'Tpol, Carrojl. Sharon J. Pottheff, Rt. 3, Carroll. Kim Richard Peters, Wall Lake. Mrs. John Oeser and baby, Westside. ' • Mrs.. Leet Pebples, Rt. 2, Like City. , '.'". Mrs, Loretta Sapp, Seranton. Anthony L, Feld, Carrol}. G. Schwarzkopf Lake. Mrs, Joseph , and baby, WaU lyfrs. Earl Kanne Rt, 2, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siben- . ^ and baHy, Rt. 3, Carroll, a son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig F. Seidl Jr., Dedharn, a daughter, Tuesday. Lester E. Fre'ese, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs, Arcadia, a son, (Tlmw HerJU4 BR.EDA '•..— Mr. and Mrs., Eif- %ene Loheman, Omaha, a son, July 3. Mrs- Lbneman is the for mer Irig Thelen, a granddaughter of Clem Sohulte; Carroll Markets GRAIN; •'. .:'. Soybeans, No. 2 ......... _ Corn,.No, Old Oats New Oats ? yelfow l.?e .62 .59 Chicago Grain Chicago Livestock CHICAGO MV- Hogs and sows were fully ag to 50 cents higher Wednesday, Fifty h»aj of No- 1 210 pound butchers reached $21,25, equal to last week's two-year high. Slaughter steers were steady to strong in fairly active trading. (USDA) — Salable hogs 6,500; active; uneven; fully 25 to as uch as 50 higher on butchers and sows; No. 8-3 19Q'Z4Q Ib butchers. 20,50-20,75; several hundred No. 1* J mostly No. 1-2 30M2Q Ib 20.75- "l.OO; larger lots mixed grade* 330-400 Ib sows 1675-18,00. Salable cattle 15,000; calves 300; slaughter steeri fairly active, steaSy, to strong; heifers moder. ately activ«, iteftdy to 26 higher; cows strong tp mpstly 94 higher! bulls fully steady; ivealer* steady; bulk high choice, and prim* steers 28.75-27.00; bulk geo4 and choici 22.50-25.50; most choice to low prime heifers. 28,5Q-25,2$; utility and commercial cow* 18..75-16.00! utility and commercial bulls 17.25. 19.25; good and cb,oici vealeri 19.00-28-00, Salable sheep l.QQQ; tr«<l« rathe? slow; spring Umbs weiik: <ood to. prime spring lambs 86-92 > 22.00. 84-25. • H. Kueblers On o Trip The Wc$t Cocist (Time* Hcrild N*w* Rerrtc*) LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuebler left Monday morning for Vallejo, Calif., where they will vi&it their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kuebler; Mrs. Anna, Kuebler, mother of- Harry Kuebler, and a brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs, Ernin 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 Siousc City spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Gemberljng. Mr. and Mrs. Graver Hettenger of California were visitors with relatives and friends here the mid die of.the week, They came to visit relatives at Glidden. v Mr. and Mrs. Paul Zimbeck |nd family spent Saturday {n the home of Mr. and Mrs, Anton Thpmsen at Newell. Officers of 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. Ray Garwood. Mrs. Grossman is a daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Garwood. Mrs. Bill Sorenson entertained at a coffee Saturday morning Mrs'.' Phillip DUlivon, who is leaving for France soon. Attending and --Mrs",: John Harms, Mrs.'Ed Mrs. Hbward Strickland, Berns, iiO .a Mrs. Bill Troxel, Mrs. Merle Jenkins 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 $trickland^ where she remained until the first of this week, then moved into th« property of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Dillivon, whq recently left for Wi§* consul. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tibbitts and children drove to the eastern part of the state Saturday to visit ,Mr. Tibbitt's mother and other relatives. Mr. and M rs - Wayne Forbes and Mr- antJ Mrs. Jerry Wilson, of Storm Lake spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs, Jesse Wilson. BOY HAS (Tlm«! Her^a New* RALSTQN -r (Allen Lee 6-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Milo. Olerich wag taken to the Carroll Hospital Friday for tpeatm.en.$ of tetanus, About three weeks age he had a sliver in his finger which was supposed, to have h^ep r«« moved, but Infection, set in and a* was taken to #ie hospital where it was found he had tetanus. Allen is slowly recovering. The Ipck jaw has ceased-but-he-is, still a very sick boy and will be in the hospital for several days to corns, . , \nsjTg IN CHICAGO Jerry in Chicago s.a*nt HALBUR the weekend, he visited -his brother, . Rojfes an^ family an4 the white sox-cieveiand' ball gam*. Deaths and Funerals MRS. MARY ANNA SCHABFER (Times Herald News Servlo*) BREDA -^ Funeral services (or Mrs, Mary ^nna Schjefer, 85, were held at St. Be.rn^rd ChUFCh he're at U o'clock Monday -ftjorn? The in'g. The Rev. Frsncip offered requiem high mass, Rev. E. U ScWeyer and the J. P. H?iusmann were }n the tuary. Burial was In St. Bernard Cern- etery. Pallbearers, grandsons of Mrs, Schaefer, were: Pqn gahaef- er, Jean Schaefer, Harry Bohnen* karnp. W o p d r o w Bohnsnkamp, Milton Bphnenksmp, and Uoyd Bohhenkamp. Mrs. Schaefer died Friday night at St'. Anthony Hospital, where she had been a patient several days, Survivors are two gons and three daughters, J. B,, Schaefer, A. E. Schaefer, Breda; Mrs, JQ8 (Clara) Bruning, Sac City; Mrs, AJ, (Pauline) Stoffregen, ReytesviUe, Mo.; Mrs, ClarenQe . (Cordelia) Pe- vaney, Breda; ,18 grandehlldren, 36 grest-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchildren. AU of her rites. Attending from 4 djstanqe Mr- and Mrs. Al S Reyte'sville, MO. 5 Lloyd Bohnenkan^p, Mo;; Mr. apd Mrs. Jean fop Mr I, City, Aurora, 111,; Mrs, raw BofcnenkamP. Mscpmb, • HI,; . Mrs, Joft It, K«yes, San Franciieft, , Calif,; Mr, and Mrs, Tom Wil«»m» and family, Jamesp<?rfc, Mo.j^fr t o n Bohnenkamp- Manchester; Mr. and Mrs.. Leslie Alb*?ts9H, ' sons, Stephen and Billy, Qttumwt; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruning of S»« City and relatives and friend^ from the surrounding eornmunity. Quality - W *' ' M«rbl«, Iowa. CIMITBRV V.PTTWIW9 McPh*rson-C«mp(ifll Acr»i from Cimettr Phono 3143 — Cd/roll, liw* s«n«j«y* for Cenv»nl«nct BUDOBT IST1MAT* AND RICORO OP FILIN* Town and City Estimate NOTJC!5 r -The Town CounoU gf Arca41« of.Cw?eU County, mtet August 5, 195T, at T p. m. »t Counpll Raom. ... TwR»y»W ; wW b* hesrS for or a«»m»t thj foljpwlng fst4m*t* ol 4Uures for th* ye«r begmning Jsnuary^}, 1958, A detailed statement of reoeipU <n4 mibursatnani*, both »»«t a> clpated Will b» Wilabl* »t tl)« h»»rlng. A ^ * ART DIG . TOWS FUNDS General _- anltatton ecreation _____ :.. ..... Utilities ___________________ . I. 8,800 if, 3,2W 16 1-50 TOTALS .^...:-.-., r :i 11.90011 4.800$ r»*«We vilmtlon nw) .-— Z-— ,—. r«»*p}* v|]u»t)p]i airieulturaji l»n4i iloney* m4 erealti IwW) .^-^u^. - ,, Carroll County Extension Council Will WoU rtturnM M hit bom« at Alton Wednesday morning •r vliitinf his Tbeiw. M- Csrrpi Urenu.l , «im*u esi ,,.,„»«•» «J if. T«xp«ywf 4T«| for (hi MBS. V- GKNZ8N, Secretary of Exteoiioo Council. xp F or Y«*r 12 2S9 ifllS S14.&2A.U S 15.B201 i*?'

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