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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, July 15, 1957
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Classified Ad .Information Dial 3573 ' CARD Of THANKS to M V n ever SO words — *o per word ekAStlPIID DISPLAY r«l column 'Mil .. „ t1 C\kutflt6 displays taken until 10 a. m, day of publication except Saturday Sad 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular elsa* at/lad till 9:80 a, m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Hondas through Friday. , eLASSIf ISO CASH WITH ORDIR One day,* par word—_____ 6 cent* two days, per word „ —-. 9 cents Three day*, per word______.12 centa Four days, per word______>.14 centa Five dayi, pur word-____16 cento Six days. r^woj^______lS cento Cards of Thanks CARD OP THANKS I wish to express my thanks to my many friends and relatives for their kindnesses and thoughtfulness during my recent stay in the hospital. Your beautiful flowers, cards, letters and gifts were greatly ap predated. Also thanks to the sisters and nurses for the wonderful care. Mrs. Vincent Snyder Announcements Loans 12 FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS See Phil Dennis •ec.-Treas. National Farm Loaa ^Association Over Wooiworth's — Carroll 12-2-StC LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfe Instruction 13 WANTED YOUNG M.EN AND WOMEN To train for FLIGHT AND GROUND. Airline Training under most modern methods for positions in this new fascinating and well-paid field. Public Contact as Station Agents, Hostesses, in Communications, Reservat ions, Traffic, etc. Free Travel Passes, many other benefits. Prepare by a SHORT LOW-COST TRAINING i IRS uni PERIOD which need not inter- ji^JS? fere with your present job. FREE LIFETIME^ PLACEMENT SERV- i ICE Coast to Coast. Ages 17-39 nnr WRVTrm ANY M\K$ rm ^ hi «h school or better. Write WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR giving address and phone num- model TV or radio - including ber to National School of Aero- car radios; day or night. Ml nautics, Box N, care Daily Times w or k v guaranteed. Dial 9513. Herald. Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc iH^ii? JULY CLEARANCE SALE ON Business Services 14 men's wear now on at Andy *~ — ~ Balk's Men's Wear. 6-162-tfc USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, Good Things te Eat 18 NO "PRE-COOKED" CHICKEN served at Club SO. . 18-150-ltc JUMBO SHRIMP SERVED anytime at Club 30. , 18-15Mtc APRICOTS $1.3fl,LUG. BRENNY'S Market. 18465-ltc SPRINGERS FOR SALE: WT., about 3 to 4 lbs. $1.00 live. Earl J. Feilmeier, 2 mi. west and % ml. no. of Templeton. 18-165-2tc Business Opportunities 19 Watkins Dealers Wanted For Established Routes in This Territory. ', PHONE 2082 — Halbur Herbert Riesselman 19-163-3tp Mai* H.lp Wanted 21 AIRLINES NEED Young men 17 to 39. See our ad under 13. National School of Aeronautics. 21-189-ltc flitM* Iterate], 6anwtt, lews Monday, July IS, 1957 Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811 M-160-6tc MODERN SLEEPING R 0,0 M, private entrance. Phone 3808. ; 60-16S-2tp NICE COOL t ROOM, CLOSE IN, lady preferred. Dial 9708. 60-16S-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 APT. FOR RENT. WALT MIL- lenacker. Dial 9733. 65-165-3tc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc COOL MODERN DOWNTOWN apt., 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376. 6S-128-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLEi Furnished or unfurnished, Mc* Nabb Building. Dial 8680. 65-219-tfc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643. 1121 No. Main. 65-lM-tfc The Doily Record APARTMENT NEAR CATHOLIC churches. Dial 9802. 65-184-tfc Misc. Real Estate Lost STRAYED: 9, HALF GROWN "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc WANTED: MEAT MARKET manager, northwest Iowp chain, county seat town, top wages, insurance, vacation pay, incentive program. Write Box XYZ. in care of Dally Times Herald. 21-162-6tp geese. Phone 9059. Henry Hueg- HAROLD A. CHRISTIANSON, erich. 7-165-ltc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS SEE HOULIHAN for a SOFT RIDE with a LITTLE DOWN Easy on the spot financing on any of these jewels of the automotive world. We have one 1957 Mercury Monterey 4-door sedan of the two factory executive cars. This car has everything imaginable on it except price. Besides the tremendous savings on original price, there is no further investment in license and tax. We also have a 1957 Mercury Montclair demonstrator available at great discount. Come in and see these cars today. 1956 Ford Fairlane 4-door sedan with Thunderbird engine, automatic transmission, two tone»green, many other accessories including radio, heater, clock, safety group, for only 4 , $1895 1955 Mercury Monterey 4-door sedan, Alaska white upper and Biltmore- blue lower, automatic transmission, radio, heater, spotlite and other accessories, a beautiful car for only •> $1795 1955 Ford Mainline 4-door sedan, radio, heater, new, rubber, a-real nice car for only 1954 Plymouth 4-door sedan, two tone blue, radio, heater, locally owned; one that I sold new, a beautiful car for only J : $795 1954 Chevrolet Bel-Aire 4- door,-sedan, two tone green, radio, heater, a real sharp car for only $1095 1953*' Plymouth Cranbrook 4- dobr sedan; radio, heater, tinted; glass and new rubber for only " VV $695 1958 Ford Victoria hard top, , two' tons paint, radio, heater and overdrive transmission, a real buy. >,'. $895 *" 1952 Ford Customline 4-door with automatic transmission, radio, heater, a real buy at / $695 1952 Chevrolet 2-door sedan with radio, heater and auto matie transmission, for only $695 Wa have a lot of cheapies— come-in and take a look—we are easy to deal with. HOULIHAN MOTORS weekly rubbage pickups at $1.25 per month. Ph. 2553. 14-155-12tp RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E- coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. AH work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST bo-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-18tc AIRLINES NEED Young women 17 to 39. See* our ad under 13. National School of Aeronautics. 22-159-ltc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs! For a Free Estate, Dial 2592 Gambles. 14-86-tfr EXPERIENCED BEAUTICIAN wants work full or part time. Write Box L.M., c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-165-2tc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safcway. Ph. 2128. 14-88-tfc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . Photographs, certificates, paint ings. Three day service. Keenan Paint Store. Joe Dalhoff, owner 14-110-ltc GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occas' ion. 14-125-ltc CALL 3825-DEPEND ON THOMP- son's Cleaners modern dry cleaning and pressing to keep you looking your best every day. 14-159-ltc FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL—GLASS Rod, Reel, 50 yds. line, complete outfit, $5.95. Uptown Club. * 14-165-6tc 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 FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes,. blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excel lent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 5 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc BROKEN WINDOW? WE STOCK glass, and will cut to your sped fications while you wait. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Serv ice. 14-160-6tc We Fix it 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-162-6tc Where To Go 17 BAR-B-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB 30. • * 17-150-ltc FOR TOUR CLUBS AND PART- les reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. We can accom modate 50 people pet party. 17-90-tfc FREE! 1 PINT SHERBET With Each H Gallon of Vanilla Ice Cream $1.04 Value for 79c We Make Our Own lee Cream MAIN ICE CREAM 18-lSB-ltc SEE US TO BUY OR SELL YOUR home, business or farm Also for farm loans and tnsurance Burns Real Estate Office, 212 West 5th Street. 70-60-tfc Female Help Wanted' 22 FOR SALE: IF IT'S A FARM, home, or building lot see me Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. JO^lSS-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 THIS IS IMPORTANT. EVERY used car In our lot is carefully reconditioned by Factory trained mechanics. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 71-20-tfc Situation Wanted 24 NEW GMC %-TON V-8 PICKUP, side mounted tire carrier at greatly reduced price. Wittrock'si 71-185-tfc WANTED: NIGHT WAITRESS job. See Mrs. Long at Roose Farm Machinery 33 BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-141-tfc WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT stock of nice cars that are ideal for a second car, car for the wife, or for the teen-ager. Low priced. Good sound cars such as Fords, Plymouths and Chev rolets. Hills Motor Co. 71-162-tfc 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 FOR SALE: HAMP BOAR. PH 4 on 16. Leonard Popp, Area dia. 41-163-3tp Household Goods 51 USED NORGE AUTOMATIC washer, 1 yr. old, $100. Schenfc elberg Impl. Co. 51-57-ltc UNIVERSAL SHELLANE L. P used Maytag square tub, $40.00 two 275-gal. obround tanks, $25.00 each. Drees Heating Co. 51-160-8tc LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc USED TEDDERS %-TON AIR conditioner, $95. Coast-to-Coast. 51-164-3tc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS Carroll Refrigeration. 51-164-tfc END MESSY GARBAGE PROB lems the modern, sanitary way Reg. $69.95 Garbage Disposal ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co July special. 5M62-tfc YOU SAVED AND SLAVED FOR wall to wall carpet. Clean it with Blue Lustre. Matt Furni ture Co. 51-165-lft USED WATER HEATER, 30 GAL, electric, $30. Phone 9094. 5M65-tfc ONE USED ROSE BEIGE STU diq, $25.00. Matt Furniture Co jvwvww-r .-Sl-ieg -JitC ~oTSi~ g FOR SALE; LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 24 ft. huilding on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc ACCORDION: 120,BASS LA TOS ca, Italian made, with case, sacrifice at only $150.00. Owner in service. Edward Champion Dial 9530. 55-164-2tc FOR SALE: USED BABY BED Phone 3081. 55-165-3tp GOLD GASH Yes, folks who use Want Ads realize hard, cold cash! They knpw that a Classified Ad is the best and quick* est way to buy, sell, rent or trade. Phone 3573 !^,v ^'MPS HEIRALD SSI 70 Auto Service 75 AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE pair! ... Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication .to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-111-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc REMINDER I HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work donel You'll get faster starting better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors. • 75-14-tfc Vacation Tune-up Special Check, test, and reiet spark plugi check and »et dlitributor points, adjust generator a&» carburetor, check starter, coQi^ssTon, and fuel pum pressure, tei ignition timing, chec battery, tighten fan belt, change gear lubricants, adjust overhead valves overhaul carburetor. Now Only $15.95 Reg. $22.50 (Parts Extra) Bill 'Burgess * , Motors Friendly Ford Dealer 3rd and Main — Phone 3501 Carroll, Iowa .75-165-ltod Clinton(Continued from Page .1) Miss Carroll(Continued from-Page n .. ,) I-;.'I . • -ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. James J. Duncan, Carroll. Mrs, Stella Zumwalt, Coon Rapids. Debora Ann Thelen, Rt. 1, Breda. Lafayette L. Schoenjahn, Carroll. H. Chris Marcusen, Kimballton. Dismissals— Guy Rarldon, Carroll. John W. Hofbauer, Coon Rapids. Joseph P. Schumacher, Carroll. Carolyn Marie Schumacher, Carroll. Curtis Stormer, Bayard. Mrs. Hubert T. Pudenz and baby, Carroll. Mrs. Wallie E. Ballard, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Jack K. Dryden, Glidden. Dean Gardels, Carroll. Mrs. Leo L. Stuhr, Carroll. Mrs. Lester E. Freese and baby, Arcadia. Walter Zinke, Audubon. Mrs. Lawrence Sibenaller and baby, Rt. 3, Carroll. Frank Wageman, Defiance. Elvin Starling, Bayard. Mrs. William C. Pfeiffer, Coon Rapids. Allan Lee Olerich, Scranton. Alan E. Andersen, Coon Rapids. Thomas Leland Frederick, Carroll. Mrs. George C. Thomas, Bayard. Carolyn Ann Schultes, Dedham. Cynthia Lou Klocke, Coon Rap- ds. Michael Ivan Venteicher, Rt. 2, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Theodore A. Langel, Templeton. a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Emmert J. Krauel, Gray, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony P. Anthofer, Rt. 1, Dedham, a son, Sunday. Deaths and Funer 4r' Mr. and Mrs. Allan Eich of Ames, a son July 11. Mr. Eich is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Eich of Manning. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats $2.17 . 1.26 . .57 Chicago Groin These Markets are furnished by the Humphrey Grain Company WHEAT July High Low Close Ctost 215% 313% 214213% Sept. TJee. 317% 222 H March 224 CORN July . Sept. Dec. March OATS July Sept. Dec. March SOY BEANS July Sept. 251% Nov. LARD July 251%. 247% 13.90 13.70 18.75 Sept. 14.33 14.15 14.17 Oct. 14.45 14.30 IP 348% 347% 346 346% 341% 342 13.72 13.77 14.17 3S 14.30 during the week of Aug. 27, when school opened. "Kaspar asked me What I was going to do with regard to getting the Negroes out of Clinton High School, and I said we weren't going to do anything about it. I said we were under,a court order Ho enroll them," Brittain replied. "He stated to me that other people in other places had not obeyed the law on enrolling Negroes. I said they were not under court orders to do so as we were. "Kasper then said, 'What are you going to do yourself?' "I said I had three choices. I could obey the court order, disobey, or resign. I said I intended to obey. < > ; "He finally said he'd get me out of that school before ths term was overif I didn't get those Negre*f but.*- •# •W- '• Thereafter, he said, people began driving automobiles around the school bearing signs. Students began attending classes wearing badge*. Brittain said the badges bore the motto, "Keep our white schools white." He said he finally closed the school Dec. 4 after conferring with school board officials. RETURNS ROME Miss Dolores Baumhover Is home, frorn^ Speiirflsh, S. D., where she spent five weeks during the first summer session of the Black Hills State Teacbers Col lege. M 1 M Baumhover KM super vision of student ,t«achera fa the primary department of laboratory school in connection' with Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (ffi - Hog prices advanced to anothor new two-year high Monday at $21.85 paid for 28 head of 206-pound butchers. The market was strong to mostly 25 cents higher, and sows were 25 to 50 cents up.' (USDA)-Salable hogs 7,500; active and uneven; strong to mostly 25 higher on butchers; sows active, 25 to 50 higher; No. 2-3 190-240 lb butchers 21.00-21.50; few lots No. 1-2 200-230 lb 21.50-21.75; larger lots mixed grade 330-400 lb sows 17.75-19.00. Salable cattle 21,000; calves 200; steers fairly active, steady to 50 lower than last week's high close; heifers fully steady compared with last Wednesday; cows and bulls steady to strong: vealers steady to 1.00 higher; good to low choice steers 22.50-24.50; good to low prime heifers 21 50-25.00; utility and commercial cows 14.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 17.5019.50; good and choice vealers 20.00-23.00. Salable sheep 1,500; moderately active, spring lambs steady to 50 higher; good to prime spring lambs 83-91 lb 22.00-24.50. to the winner by. Dr. Rex Hlnson, president of Jaycees. Parents of Miss Morrissey then were called to the platform and greeted her with kisses as tears streamed down her face and moist eyes were noticed among many members of the audience. Speaking with difficulty because she was noticeably touched by the honor, Miss Morrissey thanked the Jaycees for sponsoring her and all who helped with her candidacy. As her first public appearance in the role of "Miss Carroll," she will be a guest of honor Monday night at the Rotary Club. The "Miss Congeniality" trophy was presented to Miss Pingrey by F. A. (Fritz) Dedrick, co-chairman with Mr. Hagen of the pageant committee. Master of ceremonies was Charles E. Knoblauch, Chamber of Commerce manager. Preliminaries of the "Miss Carroll" pageant began with a swimsuit parade attended by over 1,000 onlookers at the American Legion Swimming Pool, Saturday night. An audience of about 275 attended a talent contest at the Starline Sunday afternoon. Each contestant was required to appear in a three-minute performance. ' Miss Morrissey, who was grad uated last June from Viterbo Col lege, LaCrosse, Wis., and plans to teach fourth grade next year at North Chicago, 111., gave a talk on "Children and Books"; Miss Klocke,, a humorous reading "The Waltz" -by Dorothy Parker; and Miss Hamann, a pantomime interpretation "Hooray, Hooray I'm Going Away." Miss Beyer sang a solo "Moon Glow" and Miss Pingrey gave an interpretative reading from "Enoch Arden" by Ten nyson. Other Contestants Other contestants and their talent selections were Marlita Kern per of Templeton, who played an accordion solo "Tinker Polka"; Diane Wittrock, Carroll, who play ed a violin solo "The Donkey Ser enade"; Letha Niehaus, Carroll, who gave a dramatic presentation "What is a Boy?"; Agnes Reiling, Carroll, who was heard ina vocal solo "Moments to Remember"; Lois Olsen, Carroll, who gave a talk on modeling, the career she would like to pursue; Donna Subbert, Carroll, who sang a vocal number "Bye, Bye Love"; Carol Antone of Manning, who spoke on teaching, the career of her choice; Janice Huebner, Car roll, who played a piano solo "Scherzo" by Mendelssohn; and Patricia Bundt, Coon Rapids, who sang "Summertime." Finals took place during intermission of the Coronation Ball attended by about 600 dancers and onlookers Sunday night at the Starline. At about 10 p.m., the five finalists were called to the platform and asked three questions each by the master of ceremonies. The questions dealt with what candidates would do if they became Miss America and received* $50,000 in cash plus other gifts; whether they would advise other girls to enter the 'Miss Carroll' pageant next year; and what benefits they personally had derived from being 'Miss Carroll' candidates. After a few more dances to the music of Hank Schooley's orchestra, the final* ratings then were announced. Judges Listed Judges were Miss Truth Lamont. Des Moines stockbroker and past president of the Women's Division of the Des Moines Chamber of Commerce: Dean Hastie of Ogden, past national director of the U.S. Junior Chamber of Commerce; Duane Blake, Ames, an instructor a' Iowa State College; Henry Lynph. Ottumwa, past chairman of the Wholesalers Division of the Ottumwr Chamber of Commerce and wholesale dealer in radio and television parts; and Wilbur Harris, director of instrumental music, Lohrville Community School. Contestants and judges were guests of the Chamber of Com merce at luncheon at Hotel Burke Sunday noon. Ratings of the five finalists in various divisions of the contest were as follows: evening gown competition — l Miss Morrissey, 2 Miss Klocke, 3 Miss Beyer; swim suit competition — 1 Miss Morrissey, 2 Miss Hamann, 3 Miss Beyer; talent — 1 Miss Hamann, 2 Miss Klocke,and 3 Miss Morrissey; intellect and personality — 1 Miss Morrissey, 2 Miss Pingrey and a Miss Klocke. MRS. TIMOTHY SAMMON Mrs. Ella Sammon, 86, Of Bayard, widow of Timothy Sammon, died at the St. Anthony Hospital at 6:15 a.m. Monday a few hourus after she had been admitted to the hospital Sunday. The body was sent to a Bayard Funeral Home. MRS. JOHN SCHRAMM Mrs. John Schramm, 55, of Harlan, daughter of Martin Kobold of Carroll, died about 9:45 a.m. Sunday at the hospital in Harlan. She had been in failing health about five years and seriously ill the last three months. Mrs. Schramm, the former Dora Kobold, was a sister of Carl and Albert Kobold and Mrs. Bud Harrison of Carroll. Funeral services will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday in St. Michael's Church at Harlan, with the Rev. Leo J. Gannon offering requiem mass. Burial will be in the parish cemetery at Harlan. « The body is at Pauley's Funeral Home. Harlan. Mrs. Schramm, who was born Sept. 14, 1901, at Westphalia, spent most of her married life in Harlan. Surviving with her husband are four children: Mrs. Gene (Phyl- Civil Rights(Continued from Page 1) TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Miss Mary Staiert was taken in the Twit ambulance "to St. An thony Hospital from the Spieker Nursing Home Monday morning. RETURNS HOME / Pvt. Paul Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Knute Nelson, has re turned home after six months' ae tlve duty with the U.S. Army Reserve. He spent the last 12 weeks at Fort Jackson, S. C. House last month, would establish a six-m ember commission to study civil rights problems, and create a special civil rights division within the attorney general's office. Another part, designated Section 3, would permit the attorney gen eral to obtain federal court injunc' tions against violations, or threatened violations, of voting rights and other civil rights instead of having to rely on criminal prosecutions. Could Be Jailed Persons accused of defying the Injunctions could be convicted and jailed for contempt of court with' out a jury trial. Still another section makes similar provisions specifically limited to voting rights. Sen/ Russell (D-Ga). leader of the Dixie forces, offered an amendment Saturday to rip out the whole of Section 3. He and other opponents contend that section is aimed at forcing racial in tegration in Southern schools and other public places with the use of federal troops if necessary. Later in the day Sen. Mundt (R- SD) announced he would offer substitute for the House-passed bill that would strike out Section 3 and provide for jury trials when issues of fact were involved in contempt cases growing out of the enforcement of voting rights Mundt said his substitute was designed as "a measure the Southerners can't vote for, but one with which they can live." He said that it would curtail the powers of the proposed civil rights commission so that it could issue subpoenas only in cases in volving voting rights. Drafting Amendments Further encouragement for the Southern forces came from the disclosure by Sen. Anderson (D NM> that he is drafting an amend ment which, like Russell's, would erase Section 3 of the bill. Anderson, at the start of the congressional session this year, led a futile fight to revise Sena' rules to make it easier to break filibusters—the Southerners' ulti mate weapon against civil rights measures. lis) Feute,, Stou* Ctty; Mre. Jetfr (Mildred), Bristol, Harlan; -M' Verne Schramm, Omaha j and Marvin Schramm, at home-, five, grandchildren; her father, .five brothers and two sitters. He* mother preceded her In death- , Carroll relatives planning to at* tend the funeral rites are Martin Kobold, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ko. bold, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kobold: and son, Jim, who will be one ot the pallbearers. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Harrison, daughter, Charlene, and daughters-in-law, Mrs. Richard Harrison and Mrs. James Harrison. MRS. LAYOLA M. E1FFLER Funeral services will be at % a.m. Tuesday at St. Joseph's Church here for Mrs. Layola Mary Eiffler, 64, formerly of Carroll, who died in Clarinda at 11:30 p.m. Saturday. Requiem .mass will be offered by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch. Burial will be "n Mt. Olivet Cemetery. t The body is resting at the Twft Funeral Home here, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Eiffler, the former Layola Mary Raymond, was a daughter of Benjamin F. and Elizabeth Manning Raymond. She was born April 26, 1893, in Chicago. Orphaned when a small girl, she spent her girlhood in Carroll, where she attended St. Joseph's School. She was a niece of the ate Alice Manning, Mrs. Patrick Delaney and Patrick Manning of Carroll. She was reared by Miss Manning, who was her guardian. Her marriage to Carl Eiffler took place at Manning. The couple had no children. Mrs. Eiffler, a nurse, took her training at St. Vincent's Hospital n Sioux City. ,4? HOME BY AMBULANCE Roy Brown of Scranton became ill during the noon hour Monday in the Humphrey Grain Exchannge office and was taken home in the Huffman ambulance after being examined by a local physican. Nebergall(Continued from Pa*e 1) MONUMENTS LAROI DISPLAY Open Sundays for your convenience. Quarry to you prices. MePherson- Compboll Co. Across from Cemetery Phone M41 — Carroll, lows Cemetery Lettering Anywhere MRS. EMMA WEBER Mrs. Emma Weber, 81, former- y of Carroll, died Monday morn* ing at .the home of her daughter. Mrs. James Barney, in Logan, aft* er a serious illness of two months. Mrs. Weber had spent last winter with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hinze, ia Carroll. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Mrs; Weber was the widow ti Riener Weber, who died 13 years ago. She was born Emma Sapp ia Holland. At the age of eight years, she came to the United States with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sapp, who settled in Carroll, where she was reared. Survivors include six daughters and two sons. Two daughters in this area are Mrs. Ed Linde of Westside and Mrs Bertha Overhue of Charter Oak. MISS RUTH ANDERSON (Time. Herald Kern Serrlee) LAKE CITY - Miss Ruth Anderson, 57, of Lake City died Sum day after being in ill health, a number of years. Surviving are one brother, Cecil Anderson, Lake City; nieces and nephews. Funeral service* will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, July 1$, at Woodlawn Christian Church, Lake City, with the Rev. C. O. Stuckenbruck officiating. Burial, under direction of the Kara Funeral Home, will be In the Lake City cemetery. a Loyolo Mary EiffUr Carroll — As* 64 Rosary 8:00 p. m. Monday Twit Funeral Chapsl Led by Msgr. P. T. Lynch Requiem Maee *:00 a. m. Tuesdey, St. Joseph Church. Msgr P. T. Lynch Offlelstlne. Pinal Resting Plaee Mt. Olivet Cemetery. PLAN ACHIEVEMENT SHOW Plans for an achievement show, to be held in the Roselle hall July 16, were discussed at a meeting of the Rose Valley Ramblers 4-H club In the home of Marian and Carol Steffes July 8. Members answered roll call with fire -hazards tjjey have removed from their homes^ Caroline Hannasch and Barbara Rothmeyer gave a demonstration on cleaning a stove. IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Frees July 18, 1957 364 July a m , ; •; W that Nebergall might be leaving his post soon. Several persons have been mentioned as his possible successor. These include Roy Meadows, who resigned recently from the Federal Bureau of Investigation after serving many years in Des Moines, and said he plans to practice law here. Others are Polk County Sheriff Wilbur Hildreth and State Rep. Casey Loss of Algona, a former sheriff there. Both are Democrats. Also, some quarters said the appointment might go to one of the senior state agents. Moyer resigned as head of the State Safety Department, under which the Bureau of Criminal Investigation operates, effective Aug. 1, to return to the practice of law at Marion. So has his assistant, Barry Minear, as of the same date. Loveless named Russell Brown, presently head of the safety education division, to succeed Mover on an acting basis. Brown, like Moyec, U • Republican, WEDNESDAY, JULY 17 NIGHT SALE Solt Starts ot 7:30 O'Clock Sharp CATTLE 2 Purebred, Polled Shorthorn bulls, 15 and 16' months old, papers will be fur- nisned. 10 Shorthorn steers and heifers, mixed, wt., 300400; 1 Purebred Black Angus bull, 12. months old. 8 Black calves, steers and bulls, mixed, wt., 300400. 2 Guernsey milk cows, just fresh. 12 WF Hereford calves; some steers and heifers, wt., 400-500. 6 Mixed steers, wt,, 700. 8 Veal calves. HOGS 15 Mixed pigs, wt., 80. 1 Mixed sow and 10 pigs at side. 12 Hamp pigs, wt„ 60, 8 Mixed pigs, wt., 40. One load of hay. Carroll East Sale

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