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Sr. Jounice of Music Workshop DELAWARE WATER GAP, Pa. —Sr. M. Jaunice, Instructor of vocal music at Kuemper High School, is among a select group of more than 100 professional musicians attending the 11th annual Fred Waring Music Workshop thjs week at Delaware Water Gap, Pa. The six-day highly concentrated course is taught by the tame instructors who train the Waring Pennsylvanians and is personally! Times Herald, Can-all, lew* Saturday, July IS, 1957 Harold Morrisons Of Long Btach End Visit at Dermodys' (Tin** Herald News S«r»i«»> BREDA — Dr. and Mrs. Harold Morrison and daughter, Mary Jo left Friday for their home at Long Beach, Calif., after several days' visit at the Dr. John Dermody home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Heiman, Mr headed by Fred Waring. Demon- and Mrs. C. H. Turnbaugh of strations of choral conducting, microphone and tape recording, choral arranging, program build lng, lighting and staging tech-1 Mrs. Paul Thelen, daughter, 11a- niques are given by members of the Waring staff. Son of Famous Navy Admiral Will Retire NORFOLK, Va. (*>-The son of America's World War II Pacific Fleet commander will retire from the Navy Aug. 1 because, he says, living costs have continued to go up while his base pay and allowances of $901.28 a- month remain the same. Capt. Chester W. Nimitz Jr., a veteran of 21 years' service, said Friday he will do industrial management work with Texas Instrument, Inc., a Dallas manufacturer of electronic equipment used io^ oil work. Nimitz, 41, a 1936 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy and now c o m m a n d e r of the submarine tender Orion, has three daughters. His father doesn't want him to leave, the Navy, Nimitz said, but "he understands the situation. We haven't had a raise in three years. The cost of living goes up as our purchasing power comes down." Buffalo Center visited here Sun day with Mrs. Mayme Heiman at the John Kleespies home. mae, sons, Earl and Alden, of Eagle Bend, Minn., came Tues­ day'for a visit .with relatives here and were overnight guests at the Clem Schulte home. They returned home Wednesday. Earl Thelen, who was stationed with the U.S. Air Corps, has, received his honorable discharge. He was Germany for some time. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lynders and children, Karen arid Mark, of Clarendon Hills, 111., came Monday for several days' visit at the Art Schulte home. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ulveling and Mrs. Anna Fee visited Sunday with Mrs. Fee's aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Loneman at .Little Rock. COMPLETES COURSE FORT CHAFFEE, Ark. - Pvt. Dwight C; Subbert, son of Mrs. A. C. Subbert, Lanesboro, Iowa, recently was graduated from the 12 • week Radio Communication School at Fort Chaffee, Ark. Subbert received instruction in the operation and handling of various radio equipment and the sending and receiving of Morse code. He is a graduate of West View High School in Lake City.' FOUR-H FAMILY . . . Linda Madigan (second from right) and her sister Jeanine Madigan (extreme right) show their 4-H record books to their mother Mrs. Leonard Madigan who is leader of the Maple River Top Notchera 4-H Club. Ih the center is Maureen Madigan who is not old enough to be a 4-H member. (Staff Photo) Democrat Plunges Hall Into Darkness BURBANK, Calif, iff! — Some things, Mayor Edward Olson said Friday, just can't be explained. Introducing Gov. Goodwin Knight to a Republican meeting the night before, Mayor Olson affably told the assemblage: "You know, I'm probably the only Democrat here." A fuse blew, the public address microphone went dead and the hall was plunged into darkness. Legal Notices ANNUAL FINANCIAL STATIM1NT School District of Carroll, County of Carroll For tho Yur anoint Juno JO. 1M7 OINUtAL FUND Beginning Balance —— _ , Receipts for Year ,. ... - • ,,. 72,098.52 - 299,006.65 TOTAL Disbursements /or Year Ending Balance, June 30, 1957 DISBURSIMINTS Acme Chemical Co. I Allied Radio Corp. — Allyn It Bacon American Academy of Political Science American Association for the U.N. American Auto Association American Book Co. American CouncU on Edu- .$371,106.17 _ 272,322.40 .i~98.783.77 me: cation American Education Pub— American Heritage ._ American Library Associa- AmericSn~slandard^o?pZI Amsterdam Prtg. Co. Ames Industries Anderson, Twlla Andreasen, Eric Andrews Roofing Co. . Arco Pub. Co. Arnold Motors _ Arts, Mike Athletic Specialty Co. Bach, Marcut _ JS Baley, Wra. Balfour, L. G. Barrons Educ. Series Beckley-Cardy Co. _ Belsch, Rose : Belter OU Co. Belwln, Inc. Bennett. Chas. A. — Bliss Tire Service — Bobbs-MerrlU Bock, Colette „_ Bottolfson, Bonlta _ Bottolfson, Wm. Bowker, L. R. Brinks, Eugene — Brodart Industries Brown, Jon Browni J. David "~. Bud Case Music Co. ----» Bureau of Audio Visual Institute i.— Bureau of Ed. Research—.. Bureau of Lectures, and Concerts Bureau of PubUcaUons Burgess Motor Co. • Burgess Publishing- Co. — Bursteln Appleby Co. CadUlac Plastic Co. _ Cambosco Scientific Co. — CampbeU, Joe _. —Carney, Margaret . Carroll Auto Salvage . Campbell it HaU , . - . CarroU County State Bank Carroll Bakery ........... Carroll High School Activity Fund .. •—• Carroll Implement Co. CarroU Lumber Co. Carroll Machine k Welding Co. - - CarroU Medical Center Carroll Rotary Club CarroU Water Dept. Certified Electric Co. . Times — l Cbildcralt Equipment Children's Press -,~ ChUdren's Readers Service Civic Ed. Service — — , Cliff's Standard »Coast-to-Coast ... • Cole Petroleum Colllnge, Colburn CoUler k Son, Corp. Compton Publishers Conrad, Geo. H. .~~—.— Consumers Research-.— Consumers Union of U.S. Continental Press Creative Playthings Croft, A. C. Pub. Crotts Crouie Cartage _ Grouse, Larry _ Daniel Electric _ Davis Paint Davis Prase -..-...A. DeLuxe Cleaners _______ Penoyer Geppert Co. —— Dept. of Public Inst. -----. Pes Moines Reg. A Tribune Dlpken, Dave „__ Dion, Henry Doubleday * Co. . _~— Dramatlo Publishing, Co, Dramatists Play Service Jw Drees Heating - Plumbing Dryden Press Economy Co. Earl May Seed Co. Ed's fire Service Ed. Music Bureau . Educators AMoeiation Educational- Music Magatlne Educators Progress Service Edna. Means Dramatic S«rv- Edwards, Ronnie -_-«~~.—. Elementary Evaluative Crt- BlkQ >ho"to ^irod ^tTT6or 'II 186.02 1.30 69.95 6.00 1.50 48.29 22.28 20.00 147.60 10.95 4.00 271.66 21.18 4.62 14.00 15.26 8.083.21 10.82 2.76 3.00 26.71 100.00 14.28 12.90 4.16 24.84 5.00 55.20 2.16 12.58 2.50 9.90 300.00 51.00 171.71 16.60 9.50 113.95 6.50 5.00 162.99 59.55 194.18 130.00 3.04 13.00 2.37 89.51 79.16 7.90 6.50 100.00 5.00 3.65 22.75 1.52 87.00 2.60 88.81 37.98 20.00 30.80 856.01 98.58 6.00 50.55 177.07 91.48 12.00 41.61 9.18 5.22 40,00 173.00 118.47 112.50 2.50 5.00 74.30 25.87 . 53.12 20.65 194.84 3.00 2,012.46 212.43 J.98 694.35 , 74.41 3.00 33.85 39.60 9.00 76.02 67.29 45.96 TI1.77 4.76 r.so 6.75 211.40 284,51 80.75 8.00 5.50 4.10 12U Gom Cutters „ Gen. Biological Supplies ... Ginn & Company ... GoUa, Jack GUberts Globe Machinery Grand Specialties _ Grand Stage U*. Co. Great Western Stage Eqpt Co. Green Bay Lumber Co. Gregory Co., C. A. Greteman, Walter Hall _ McCreary , Hammond Stephens Hannasch, Al—...... Hannasch Super Valu Harmolln Co. Harcourt Brace Co. Harris, WUbur Hauff, Dwight Hawkeye Truck Eqpt. Co._ Heath, D. C. Co. Heider Mfg. Co. Helres Electric Herald Pub. Co. Herff Jones 19.34 2.66 10.64 5.10 367.30 869.23 15.63 125.75 , 84.42 677.43 18.34 9.00 13.46 208.04 956.50 226.03 4.98 4.13 28.95 820.17 1.43 21.10 18.69 National Schoolcrafters _ National School Public Relations - - •— National School Yearbook — Nations Schools .... — News Map of the Week New York Graphic Noland's .... . Norton Co. _ ••• — North Central Association-. Nu BaU Mfg. Co. . Nu Tone Products Co.^ N." W. Bell Telephone Co. Northwestern Costume House Nystrom, A. J. & Co. Office Equipment Co. Olcrlch, Delbert Olson Radio ..... Omaha School Supply Outdoor Publishing Oxford University Press — Paramount Cosmetics Park Gardens Parker Ceramics Patrol Lunches • Patterson Sargent Paul & Waynes Paxton Lumber Co. Payroll Peete Hdwe. & Tool Penney, J. C Personnel Press Petty Cash Photopool 2 Plgott Supplv Pinks Sinclair Plan-a-Rnom Playtime Eqpt. Co Pllbrico Incinerator Co. Popular Mechanics Pratt Paper Co. Professional Pub. .. 25,77 Psychological Corp, Hertsberg New Method Hlgley Chemical Co. Hlfla Motor Co. Hlnky-Dlnky 1,238.06 Publlo Affairs Committee 45.46 Pulley. Frank •__ _ 230.00 I Quality Seed Store Historical Society of Montana _.. 29.75 27.61 16.09 QulU A Scroll Quinn Clothiers , Qulvira Specialties Radio Shack ... Hobart Electric .Co. — Hoffman-Harris Music Co— H & H ~ HoUey Music Co. _ HoUey School Supply Holt, Henry Co. Hoist Prtg. Co. ; Hot Lunch Program HR Cleaners , Houchen Bindery :_, Ingrams Art Supplies Insurance Intercollegiate Press _.__. International Business Machines Iowa Assoc. School Boards Iowa Electric Light St Power Iowa Public Service^ lowa State College Presa _ Iowa State CoUege — Iowa State Conservation Commission —-_ Iowa State Industries Iroquois Pub. Co. ; ISEA Library Service Jamison, James Janasen, Albert —_~—_— Johnson, Francis Johnson Service Co. Jones, C. E. Jordon, Mrs. Roswell Juergens Mobil Service — Jungst, Dale — : . — Kalraback Pub. Co. ,— Karr «t Co., Jean ,— Kasperson, Mabel . Keating Coal Co. _ Keefe, Charlea Keenan Paint Store Kleck, Rev. Harold Kingston, Dick Olpto " EmarljVes , Enoyolopedla Britanlca _ EnglneeriLng^ Instruments far oyol gine , vans, W. E. rareway stores _^__. » Farm Operators Rural Map Farm«f»"Ckiiin" andTumbef Co. 1.58 61.86 738.24 4.95 12.93 205,6$ 13.06 20.00 8.33 16.83 65,52 Ktlpto Loose Leaf Co. . Kluegel, Mrs. Otto — Knowlton's Furniture Kramer's Shoe Shop — Kucharo Display . Kunecke, Art _ Laldlaw Bros. Lane Audio Visual Co. Langan Paper Co. Latta, J. S. * Sons Lea-A-V Service Lehman Drug Life - Little * Ivea Lockhart Co. —~~~ Longman Green fc Co. —Lorenz Pub. Co. . Lowe - Campbell McElhlnney, James H. MaoMUlan Pub. Co. McClurg, A. C.. McMahon, Kent .......—~-— McMaster-Carr Supply Co- McCoy Motors . McKnlght It McKnlght MagaffleXo. Manley Inc. —— Marador Corp. —; —» Martina Flag Co. , Matt Furniture _. Matt Hardware Maucker J. W, Mayers City Servjce Mayfalr Agency "ntropolltan Mleras^a^erine' 200.00 943.59 46,44 42.50 11.38 26.73 7.94 365.38 6.60 60.05 15.80 2,279.05 109.06 134.12 41.73 3,897,36 3,619.90 .5.48 200.46 2.50 190.55 11.16 181.95 16.38 2.50 86.50 102.51 55.00 TS.00 55.37 50.00 3.00 14.27 5.00 167.00 5.00 158.72 25.00 38.00 11.07 13.13 6,95 192.50 25.68 1.38 23.52 1,290.00 245,00 4,892.45 15.86 333.93 9.95 9.44 430.29 90.48 4.00 13.13 227.75 58.68 4.00 Rand McNally Co. Readers' Digest _ Reed, Dr. Calvin . Reg. and Tribune Relcks Deep Rock Relnart Service ... Reisner, Merle Remington Rand . Rettenmaler Drug Ribbon fc Carbon Supply— Richardson, Walter —> .Rlcenbaw, Rick _____ Rlxon, Oscar - Rogosch, Karl Rombough, Sondra Row-Peterson ; Royal Typewriter Co. _—. Safeway Steel Co. Sanborn fc Co. — Sanders Schaben, John Schlel. Rev. Walter . School Executive School Products Co. . School Specialty Co. Scholastic Mag. Schwarienbach, Jess ._—. Schwanenbach. Kenneth _ Schmltt Music Co. Schmoller & Mueller Science Research .... Scrlbner, Chas. tt Sons Seaton, Gertrude Sease, Dick Sharp Flower Shop Shatttnger Music Co. Sleg Ff. Dodge Sieve, George _ Silver Burdette^. Simon Schuster _~_-—-~- Slnger Sewing Machine Co. Singer, L. W. ,-._- • Sioux City Music €o. —— Slo-ix Falls Book & Stat Simon Standard Service — Snook, Marvin , Snyder, Dick ; — Sportsman Spurgeons ——~—j,—r~—• State Agency for Surplus- State Board Agency _ — State Historical Society State of Iowa _ State University of Iowa— State of New Hampshire — Stone Printing Co., — Strauss Lock Co. ........ ' St. Paul Book _ Stationery Stuelke, Theron ~Summy, Clayton F. —_ Sundermann Bros. —— Town J_ournal 433.75 I?ndy Leather Co. . 3.00 Tlmberlake, Eva .... 128.06 United Air Lines _.. MUler Chemical Miller George Mjllep Music MinneanolU-HoneyweU""' Mittens' Display .— _ Modern Products Modern Sound •• • Monroe, Clifton " Montgomery >ard TIZZZZ Moorman Conoco Morri»«>n, Dr. It, B. _, Morrow, Robert ,,._Z Moving Bleachers MuMum of Mp^em'Art" T NatioVii ja _i5iiori.Miic Uptown "Club . U. S. Postmaster . O.S.S.R. , Vance Music Co. . . Vanderhelden, John Van Sickle, Aneta ——Walsh, James. H. Waltera, H. W. Waters Dept. 8tor« •- Wayne'a "66" Wayne's Texaco— . Webster Pub. Co.._ —_ «»r _ — * •»* 2,930.20 9.50 35.51 186.17 18.70 8,37 1,208.03 244.73 80.00 45,23 7.50 684.02 97.17 808,00 168.00 865.35 6.13 2,696.75 1,873.11 16.53 81.81 5,62 5.00 73.79 70. IB 35,00 350.00 " 99,00 17,88 1.50 88.17 3.78 TM 1 1956-97 'Dls'burtemrots OOL HOUSI FUND wre «»"!, P}»no Houso Welob, W. M. Mfg. Co. West DislnreotJng Co ZZ. Store* tB AUt ° AMoeut * we/ton. wiichT: Mm John* s 14.81 40.40 3.50 4.00 39.50 107.98 43.37 12.19 15.00 130,09 27,80 1,447.64 14.00 352.66 304.09 16.26 32.28 59.20 8.00 5.41 36.87 390.26 30.24 147.50 159.36 46.41 6.00 195.662.36 277.90 53.23 26.80 186.46 53.05 40.32 24.43 6.55 7.B3 820.00 1.60 245.56 4.00 37.70 6.42 79.00 82.35 1.75 * 11.88 5.39 35.76 186.77 33.84 73.50 11.20 160.24 17.70 104.71 105.88 3.60 349.98 10.00 56.00 94.97 17.70 182,00 9.88 2,037,50 17.40 8.70 98.42 11 .00 10.00 4.00 12.40 4.12 13.00 275.00 82.50 9.05 4.48 257,77 45.25 5,00 18.00 1.75 3.87 36.31 50.00 81.57 16.50 10.43 122.46 96.06 36.74 17.25 32.25 13.50 16.22 16.34 119.02 35.05 6.00 10.00 5.85 1.00 178.22 55.07 1,75 3.00 5,75 90 ,39 3.00 377.75 720.00 119.15 297.71 487.00 1.80 18.38 65.42 124.04 1,026.72 16.90 17.02 48.50 39.11 13,96 917.25 800 ,68 12 .00 Sons _ •on Co.'H.' w.'ZI Wlnnexe Service —Winston, John C. Wtttrock Motors ^— Wolfe, Joe —: Woolwortb; Co. —-n--—' World Book Encyclopedia — World Book Co. •— World Radio, Laboratory — Yale University Pre.w - W'ita co:— Total General Fund, •<«•• *ijgl 40,97 16,39 8.38 43.76 87.U 30,26 18.46 291,86 8,00 17.48 , S.90 6.40 8,90 188.83 ; a.48 488.21 ••i73.3aa.4o e ^_ T . .irbon *"lUbbon rr«jMS7sUmu.l' f '''"'''''"^ 6ag»rr WwdtcMlfTTIIi: Jagi Um TOTAL 1H6-ST DliburieqjintI »,442,00 ending iilini9,:iwn» $o 4 1WT llM^ T ^,bu^mTn •_(UAf «almoe, Juna so, iw -rr-l 5.178.19 h* Board of ia^c »^oK•* , Stock Market Sets New Highs for Week NEW YORK MV-The stock market this week surged close to Its historic bull market peak of April, 1956. The. market set new 1957 highs on three of the five trading days Guests in Lake City Back from 4-Year Assignment, Germany (Timed Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY - Guests in the home of Mr. and - Mrs. John Stringer are their son qnd daugh- • ':,:*"7w "ihtrri ter-in-law, Lt. and Mrs. John "6. ( ° n * l!L JZn* fnr S Stringer, and daughter, Loretta. sra.ght w fWy «d«nce for the, h K h past four years in stock market. Volume soared to, GermaPny wRh ^ u<s / rmy< At the end of their furlough they will be stationed at Fort Bliss. Tex. The Stringers' other son, Major Dean Stringer, of Meridian, Miss., was also here for the weekend. Doris Sievert and Norma Jean Tubbs are back from a two-week California trip. They had gone out by car to San Diego with Duane Tubbs who has employment with Convair and returned by bus to Carroll. While in California, they spent a day with the Mike Lawrences in Pasadena. Guests in the Ray Seay home the past week have been Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lochner, Bensonville, 111.; Mrs. Rosaleah Powell, Wilmington, Del; and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Morrow, Chicago, 111. Mrs. Kenneth Morrow if the former Virginia Seay. Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Mack with their daughter. Mrs. Walter Heitkamp, and Elaine, are visiting the Marvin Macks in Fort Worth. Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Lee and Larry left Friday for their home in Orange, Calif., after spending a week here with the Elvin Lees and- the Wayne Johnsons. Mrs. Edna Foley and Catherine Casey are spending a month with the Fred Foleys in West Los Angeles, Calif. 13,245,680 shares, the biggest since the week ended April 26. Trading at times was turbulent and some of the gyrations of specialty issues were hectic and beyond explanation by experienced Wall Streets. As special issues made wide moves for no apparent reason, there was talk among market analysts of "romance stocks" and "imagination stocks"—Issues that appealed to buyers because of what they believe'd were big potentials for capital gains. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks rose $2.40 during the week to $188.80, not far from the historic peak of $191.50 reached April 6, 1956. The week began with a rush as averages pushed to new 1957 highs and the high-speed ticker tape ran a minute behind transactions near the. close. On Tuesday, profits were taken in an irregular session. The ticker tape fell behind briefly once again in what looked like a climax to,the upward drive. On Wednesday, however, the market had apparently enough of "consolidating" its Monday gains and soared to anothernew high, making the week's biggest gain. Thursday was another day of profit taking as prices churned, speculative interest ran high and much switching was reported. On Friday, after a dull start, a late rally pushed the market to its third 1957 high of the week. 'Oriental Flu' Caused Illness In Church Group IOWA cmf'l*-lt wis known officially Saturday that "Oriental flu" was the ailment which afflicted about 2(M persona at a national : Presbyterian youth assembly at) Grinnell College two weeks ago. Identification of the flu virus was traced by Dr. A. P. McKee, professor of bacteriology at the State University of Iowa college of medicine, whose medical center laboratory is a regional station for the World Health Organization. The WHO is a United Nations agency. ^ Those who contracted the malady were among 1,800 persons attending the church assembly and most of them had only mild cases. The Asian type of influenza had been suspected because many of the delegates to the assembly had come from the West Coast and tourists and servicemen returning to this country were known to have brought the disease to this country Dr. McKee said there is no evi dence of a "full blown" epidemic in the United States. Since it appeared at Grinnell there has been no spread of it in lowa. All of those who became ill al the assembly have returned to their homes and no Grinnell persons were known to have contracted it Dr exhaustive tests on nose and throat washings as well as blood samples from six of the Grinnell victims and there was no doubt about it being Oriental flu. The blood samples had been checked against specimens of the virus isolated in Japan and flown to Dr. McKee. The first persons to come down with the ailment were from California and from 12 victims six were chosen to act as "human guinea pigs" for the tests from which conclusive results were obtained. iHOfTv.,. It w»i«'t really 185 degrees tin Beverly, Mass., when this picture was taken. It Just felt that way. Mechanics Investigating the trouble 'found what perspiring residents auspectfd; Electrical wiring had overheated. Four lowa Cities Almost 'Obliterated' In Mock Raid Friday Stock 1 Jerry Huelshort a Camp Award Winner Jerry Huelshorst of Boy Scout Tr^oop No. 105, Carroll, was awarded the Order of the Arrow during a Parents' Night program at Camp Wakonda near Griswold,! Friday evening. i Attending from Carroll were Mr. I and Mrs. Richard Gregerson and daughter, Judy, Mrs. Louis ••, Kokenge and daughter, Edna* Mae. Jerry Bell and Mrs. John Cornelius Sr. ; Mrs. Gregerson and Judy drove to Camp Wakonda again Saturday , to return with the seven Troop 105 j boys who have been encamped there since Sunday — Jerry Huelshorst, Dick Gregerson,' Steve and Randy Schleisman, Larry and Mike Otto and Don Kokenge. I MOVE TO MANNING (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Mt and Mrs. William Hass and sons of Westside have moved into the property purchased recently in Manning. By The Associated Press Civil Defense officials were surveying Saturday the reports compiled from Friday's mock catastro- McKee said he conducted j Phe in which four Iowa cities were "obliterated" in simulated nuclear attacks. The cities taking part in the tests,, which officials said would have been practically wiped out if an actual enemy attack had occurred, were Des Moines, Cedar Rapids, Council Bluffs and Davenport. Civil Defense headquarters In Moines estimated that had there been a real enemy raid more than 15,000 persons would have been killed and many more injured. The tests were part of Operation Alert, a nationwide training exercise. The "enemy attacks" came around noon Friday and it was all over in a short time .but in Des Moines part of the test was postponed until Friday night so that residents at work during the day Could witness the exercise without being called off their jobs. Twenty eight-white-helmeted policemen took stations at alley and street intersections around an eight-square-block area in Des Moines that had been sealed off. The idea was to keep people out of the area. Sharon Crampton Visits in Chicago (limes Herald News Service) VAIL — Sharon Crampton is visiting in Chicago with her brother-in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. John Flanigan, and children. Agnes Sheridan of Omaha is visiting here at the home of her brother, Frank Sheridan. Mrs. Nell Costeilo of Ida Grove is visiting, relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brown and son, Joe. of Omaha spent the weekend here with her mother, Mrs. John O'Boyle. Mrs. Leonard Alyward and son, Paul, are visiting in San Diego, Calif., with her son-in-law and daughter, Pvt. and Mrs. Teddy Hawley. Pvt. Marsh Solomon of the Marine Base, Camp Pendleton, Calif, is spending a 20-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Soloman Sr. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Krai and daughters attended a family reunion Sunday at Dec Moines. Beavers, bobcats, bull snakes, deer, ducks, ring-tailed cats and water ouzels live at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Fair $2t' Premiums of •«,(>« wffi &|pai<! this year to winners of, tie Jtiflioi? Livestock Show :Utf:4mitMWVte members,to be held ut,c6h_ictldn with the Four-County Ffthj al. Coon Rapids, .'July 29 to AoguitS ^ ' ; A record number of entries ii expected this year particularly in the baby beaf division, Jiiccof-ini to W. H. Brown, county extension director, who is in charge of; junior arrangements. Exhibitors will bring their ^ livestock to the fairgrounds on Monday forenoon, July, 29, between ? a.m. and 12 noon Baby beeves will be weighed In Immediately after being unloaded at the fair" grounds scales and. these wejghts will be used in determining win* nersr in the rate-of-gain contest and also in dividing the weight classes. There will be a livestock judging contest at 2 p.m on the same day in which all 4-H and FFA members are eligible to participate. Joe Weed, vocational agriculture instructor at Glidden High School, is in charge of the contest again this year. The regular judging will get underway Tuesday morning, July 30, with the beef cattle classes at 8,'30. Tom Wickersham of the Iowa State CoUege Extension Service will be the judge. A highlight of the day will be the selection of the grand champion and reserve champion baby beef. Judging of swine classes will start at 8-30 a.m.* Wednesday with Dale . Williams, well known WOI radio and television personality, as judge. A livestock and machinery , parade will, be held in front of the grandstand at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The principal event on Thursday's program will be the auction sale of market lambs, hogs and baby beeves. John Tigges of Coon Rapids again will be the head auctioneer with other auctioneers of the area assisting. The Iowa Savings Bank of Coon Rapids J again will clerk the sale It ^expected that numerous organizations and business firms will lend their support to the sale as in previous years. The show will offer an opportunity for everyone to see the work done by 4-H and FFA club members in the livestock field. It was estimated that auxiliary police caljed out reached their posts in 15 minutes and the "seal off" started at 8 p.m., ending an hour later. Capt. Philip R. Weaver, pes Moines Civil Defense director, said the police had been ordered to let cars pass and pedestrians leaving or entering the area but to detour those who simply wanted to pass'through. Weaver reported that this part of the exercise caused some excitement but only one motorist made strenuous objections at not being allowed to pass through. Kids Find Ludwig "Really the Most" PHILADELPHIA IAV-A. special concert for the younger set Is coming up at tamed Robin Hood Dell Wednesday night and the juniors are going to hear music composed by a man who was really the most—Ludwig Von Beethoven. And as if to make it plain »Hat adulation these days is not all for crooners, rock 'n' roll bands and gyrating guitarists, tha sponsors will hand out thousands of free buttons, big ones proclaiming, "I like Ludwig." LEAVES HOSPITAL Dwight L. Wickham was taken by Twit ambulance Friday from St. Anthony Hospital to his home in Audubon. RETURNS FROM OMAHA (Times Herald News Service) MANNING—Mrs. Minnie Biehl has returned home after spending seven months in Omaha, where she was a patient in Clarkson Hospital and New Haven Nursing Home. .Notice how many people are talking about going fishing now? It's catching. TASKMASTER ... The new commander of the Nationalist Chinese Air Force is 49-year- old Lt. Gen. Chen* CWa Chang. Named in Taipei, Formosa, by Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek to replace'Cten. Wang Shu Ming, (ate new commander Is roputed to be a taskmaster. 11 GOOD Used Baby Buggies or Strollers This week one Daily Times Herald Subscriber advertised a good used baby buggy and stroller. She sold them both on the first call and still received eleven more phone calls asking about one or both of the items advertised. If Your Children Hove Outgrown Their Buggy or Stroller, Why Not Turn Those Unwonted Items Into Cash Quick! TIMES HERALD WANT AD GETS RESULTS Whatever yew have *« sell ean be said with e want «4, Per extra vacstlon money, advertise those unwanted Items now while the demand Is freatesh BABY BED, HI-CHAIR, BABY Basket, all in good condition. 51-160-2tc The above ad placed by a Daily Times Herald Subscriber, was scheduled to run two days this week, but was cancelled," the second day because the lady who placed the ad said she' had already sold the items and had received "at least a down calls." Why Don't You Ut tht Doily Tim«s Herald Classified Section Work for You? Just Phone I)** jno. Aetata

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