Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 16, 1957 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 16, 1957
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a OL *MlfHb OlifLAY 11.88 halt „^„ rteeet Saturday b W -t0Wttfft,. ftegular el$». BiflO §, m, Saturday 11 a. m. U-ftufh Was* lib CA*H WITH OK DM Anneuneemenr* WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including ear radios; day or night. Ml work guaranteed. Dial 9513. Spotter's TV. 6-107-tfc JULY CLEARANCE SALE ON men's wear now on at Andy Balk's Men's Wear. 6-iG2-tfc Where Te Go 17 REfiER^ THfl AMBER ROOM , St C4ub 86 for ?y»ltt parties. I to Est .Hi NO 'PRE -CCKjKED' served utWfo So. lB-180-ttfc ffltmim Wt SALE: WT,, about ft to ^ U)«. "HLflo live. M. J. W ttteler, t mi. west and '%! mi. no. of fewpleton, i8-iB9^tc DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS! 11 at Club SO. Ifi -l49 -1tc Loart* 12 FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS See Phil Dennis £«o.-Trea» National Farm Loan Association Over We *lworth's - Carroll $0 M0 »tN ili»WG R 0 0 M, f mm mmm. : t »m SUM*. Houg*» fof Sal* 63 fcBlBRfcOM, Nb.^iDl.VSTOftY. Living room, lep'Me dining room, nice Wtcheh, hew bath. hot waffr, lull tonisnt,: stoker heat. 'triage. To dl #e estate; a rettl ValuVbftly W'm, terms. See Fudehi leal Estate. Dial BWl B9-l«»-8tc MORRELL SNACK 1-LB, CAN 4Se; Beef tifver ftftc lb.; Home-made Country Style Sausage 8flc lb,; , Minced Hem 88c lb.; Pressed Saw -4 *e lb.: Summer Sausage 49e lb.; tee Cold Watermelon Be lb.; Apricots $1.39 lug; Robin Hood Flour 50 lbs. $8.69; Oranges 29C doz.; Beer fi pak 83c 'and up. ] HOUSE FOR RENT. DIAL 3483. Brenny's Market. 18-166 : ttc j (M-166-9tp 8 BEDlOOM MODERN HOME, with 'fireplace, $18,80000; a bedroom, extra dinette, a good horte, $11,800.00. i bedroom, modern, garage and Utility rotrth, $7,800.00. Roy j. Burns, Lam Theieh, L. Leffihgwell. «H-t«M5-tte Houses for Rent 64 Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: MEAT MARKET manager, northwest low? chain, county seat town, top wages, insurance, vacation pay, incentive program. Write Box XYZ. in care of Daily Times Herald. Female Help Wanted 22 PARTLY MODERN. ONE BED- room house, $30. Ada Clements. ^^^^^^^ Apartment for Rent 65 ffVed Sat July 18, ?, t 8% 'it m n »n »r, fieputy. mm LADY, 25 AND OVER TO MAN• age in, 715 No. Carroll, Nursing Home. Phone 9447, Mrs. Tryon. 22-166-lfc LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing - cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. i2-7 «-tfc PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service. Carroll and Denison. l2 -304 «2to Busineis Services 14 Situation Wanted 24 EXPERIENCED BEAUT I C I A N wants work full or part time. Write Box L.M., c.o Daily Times Herald. 24-lo5-2te WANTED: NIGHT WAITRESS , job. See Mrs. Long ai Roosevelt Apts. 24-l«5-3tc USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc HAROLD A. CHR1STIANSON, weekly rubbage pickups at $1.95 per month. Ph. 2553. 14-lS5-12tp RADIATOR REPAIRING, R E- coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware^ farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-18tc VACATION? . . . PACK UP AND go with your clothes dry cleaned to new freshness! Phone 3823. Thompson Cleaners. 14-160-ltc WHEN YOU PAINT UP, MAKE Keenan Paint Store your headquarters. Benjamin Moore paints and paint supplies of all kinds. Let us help you. Joe Dnlhoff, ownfcr. 14-9fi-ltc S OME MODERNIZATION, WHE- ther you home needs new floors, bathroom, new roof or insulation, we can furnish you best of materials at economical prices. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-168-fitc BABY SITTING BY week. Dial 2017. DAY OR 14-166-lte Hatcheries 32 APT. FOR RENT WALT MIL- lenacker. Dial 9733. fi5-l«5-3tc 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 M76. «5-128-tfc APARTMENTS AV A 1 L A~B L E: Furnished or unfurnished. Me- Nabb Building. Dial S680. ^^^^^ 63419-tfc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9848, 1121 No. Main. fiS-lM-tfc STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7400 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the .undersigned na> been (July appointed and qualified a» executors of the estate of Rosjna Fyfienz deceased, late Of Carroll .County. AH persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claim* against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the tits- trlet Court. Clarence pudenz and Helen Pudenz. Executors Meyers * Tan Creti, Attorneys Dated July 8, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, th the nrovi»loh» relattng to insurance. of JtiBurance, do herpay cer- iat said insurance Coihpapy |Ut%lj!ed to transact bWneM State of Iowa in the mantier law, until the first day that on December statement shows— nttted Assets ... v .„„ M,M0,34!U7 o t a 1 ^abilities, xce|it Capita) ... si -.248,9l«.tfi fct Apr)!, tfiS8. 1 Total Admtti or Guaran- -aplti . tee F«nd Paid up . 4 Surplus over all fpu Liabilities $ 750,000.00 Ho Room in U.S. Service r Dial ova I 5 Surplus as regards Policyholders Sl.331,328 98 Dated at Oes Moines, this 1 dav of June, 1057 fSeal) OLIVER P. BENNETT Commissioner of Insurance July 16, 1<?S7 WASHINGTON * - Chiimaji Loyd Wright of the CommiMon Government Security told qbtj- greis, Tuesday ther* }she iMfa ahywrj'ere in the federal service for "disloyal cittnens." Wright sajd the eommlsstoh h«d received suigestlona "from several quarters" thstt "loyalty should not be required of a public servant In the federal employ jf frfe job does not involve access to restricted information or the duty of making policy." But he said the American peo Tuesday, July 14, 1WV y for the two CJ MSIS tfr9#$&*. to *vo|d "unjust stlgrtil upon lo/al eniployes." Ulfttm 8b - 1 o 6 LWg 3b , j o p Totals 28 8 9 .. Kueitiper , Tllfi«rR2b t P 1 S federhold If 8 o o oyer cf 3 o p Tlggei TJ ss 9 0 0 Short lb p 3 o a Brown rf J 0 0 Colliion U. 8 0p WewUiig 3b a o P Hancock County ttith^rlttes 1 Bopk c J 0 0 want to know because their county j OplCen p lb 2 0 0 has one. iTot*}, 23 0 S Thomas Jefferson 501 030 to egolity of Nudisfs in lewo DES MOINES * - lows Attorney General Norman Erne Tuesday faced a question on whether nudists camps are legal In the state. 0 0 21 0 3 3 0 4 0 1 I 10 0 21 1 0 3 1 0 . 0 1 0 0 0 2 1 1 8 2-H-O pie are entitled to employes | Sher tf( £T*J*i£tti«Sft& ] Kuemper 000 000 ^ '•worthy of their confidence" and! nU Hi st camp as La Dell Park, op July 9. 16. 23 Clor 3. 1957 lork District Court FOR SALE: DOG-LICIOUS KASCO dog food. A tasty treat, dogs love to eat. Very economical to feed. Kruse Hatchery west on 30. Carroll. 32-16fl-4tc Farm Machinery 33 McCORMICK - DEERING GRAIN binder and wind row, A-l condition. 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. .^-lfifi-2tc BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-141-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 APARTMENTS FOR RENT FOR men. Toilet, lavatory and shower, good beds, quiet downtown location. See Merle at Schweninger's. 65-1fiR-6tc APARTMENT NEAR CATHOLIC churches. Dial 9602. 83-184-tfc Misc. Real Estate 70 FOR SALE: IF IT'S A FARM, home, or building lot see me. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. Used Cars & Trucks 71 600 BU. NEW OATS FOR SALE. Joe V. Klocke, Templeton Ph. 12-0. 3fi-lB62tp COMPLETE LINE OF WEED killers in stork, also 33-0-0 and 45-0-0 nitrogen fertilizer. Farmers Grain & Lumber Co., Carroll. 34-146-tfc Household Goods 51 NEW GMC H-TON V-8 PICKUP, side mounted tire carrier at greatly reduced price. Wittrock's. 71-lB5-tfc WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT stock of nice cars thai are ideal for a second car, car for the wife, or for the teeriager. Low prired. Good sound ears such as Fords, Plymouth."? and Chevrolets. Hills Motor Co. 71-182-tfc Insurance I>flpa,rtmen* of Tow* Ttc* Slnlnes ANNtAL CERTIFICATE FOK JMJBUCATTO-S of the Nntinna! Home Life Assurance company Located at St, Louis In the State of Missouri Whereas, the abnve named epm- pany nas rued in the insurance Suffocates In Sand Cave-in MASON CITY f /IV -A gravel pit worker, Dean Eugene Valley, 21, of Plymouth, Iowa, d'ed of suffocation Tuesday when he was buried beneath tons of sand. Valley was working at the front of a gravel truck loader, breaking up hard sand, when the aecident occurred. Witnesses said a diesel tractor dislodged loose sand at the front of the pile. Paul Jepson of Msson City, operator of the tractor, said he did not see Valley. • Fellow workmen worked frantically for an hour before they reached Valley. Attempts to revive him were futile. The accident, occurred at sand and travel pits in the northeast section of Mason City where the W. Hodgman & Son Construction Co. of Fairmont, Minn, was working. Insurance Department of tows f>e« Mfllnnt of the New England Mutual Life Insurance Companv Located at Boslon In the Stale of Massachusetts Whereas, the above named company has filed |n the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing Its condition on the thirty-first day of necemher. 105ft In accordance with the besides, it has grown difficult to identify those government positions "which afford no opportunity to injure the national security." crated by LaVern Velau on a former farm near Klemme, Velau has agreed to stop operating the nudist camp until the legal situation is clwd up, Brower said. A full-dressed, formal attorney general's opinion on the question is expected soon. Error — D. Tigges. ; Runs Batted In — Aekermaa S, Frieze.2, Two Base Hits — Humes, Frieie, Connell. Three Base Hit — Frieze. ,, Double Play — Frieze te Humes to Clinton. Left on Base — TJ 5, Kuemper 3. Base oi Balls — Johnson 1, On- Tn testimony prepared for the House Civil Service Committee, Wright urged the group to approve btl}s which he said contain the heart of the recommendations made last month by the 12-man commission that studied the prob- ! Meanwhile, the American Sun . ken 2. Short 1 lem of national security. I Bathers Assn. Inc., national nudist j Strike Outs - Johnson 9, Onken uvi«ht , m . M -.i ; B «n tv>« ! organization, has heard about the j 3, Short 5. Wright said approval is all the i ,„_, iL „ ...... ^ I Winning pitcher - Johnson. Losing pitcher — Onken. Umpires - Beane and Hitcher. Time 1:32. or chanter Ms ruin yf°^' mf,rp important hecause a Su-; P n "\Me legal peril of Hs^Iowa *d- Code nT iowa. ia54 relating to in ! preme Court decision a vear ago I vncaUiS and has written Erbe dar- surance Companies, and whereas' cast doubt on aspects of the nroc • ' n 8 him to rule that nudist, camps sold insurance Companv has com- I X ' v . , 1 n rc illncal plied with the laws of this stcteicnt program. Since then, he said, are mc g at - LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Krtowlton's Furniture. 8MSl-tfe USED FEDDERS ^-TON AIR conditioner. $95. Coast-to-Coast. 5Mfi4-Ste NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs I For a Free Estata, Dial am Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR ALL/ GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or sea Reinart Service. New location across street west of Sate way. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc FISHERMAN'S SPECIAL-OLASS Rod, Reel, 50 yds. line, complete outfit, $5.95. Uptown Club. U-l&S-fitc S-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. I».l48-tfc FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfo USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excel, lent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 3 gal. lots. $3.19 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. 51-164-tfc END MESSY GARRAGE PROB- lems the modern, sanitary way. Reg. $69 98 Garbage Disposal , ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co. July special. 5l-ifi2-tfe We Fix It 16 WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers, Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-l6a-6tc Where To Go 17 FOR YOUR CLUB8 AND PART- lea reserve the Ranch Room at Paullrie's Cafe. We can accommodate 30 people per party Thftff' 'W PXf ^bd 6Asfl FOR ypUR DON'T WANTS FOR SALE: NEW AND USED power lawn mowers. Schenkelberg Imp!. Co. 51-153-1 te ODORLESS, SOAPLESS. GENTLE and kind, no foreign substance left behind in carpets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-lW-Itc USED WATER HEATER. 30 GAL. electric, $30. Phone 9094. Sl-165-tfe ONE USED ROSE BEIGE STU- dio, $28.00. Matt Furniture Co. 5M65-2tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 34 ft. building on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc Auto Service 75 AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair! . . . Depend on our expert servicing to keep yqur car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-111-tfc Faces Charge Of Manslaughter CHARLES CITY — Francis Weaver, 30, Lakota, Tuesday was charged with manslaughter as a result of a fatal auto accident near Nora Springs last Wednesday. Highway Patrol Sgt. Richard Hahn, who filed the manslaughter charge, also charged Weaver with third offense operating a motor vehicle white intoxicated lata Monday. Weaver was bound over to the grand jury by Justice of the peace relating to insurance. I the executive branches have "car I TOER'-P^BE^EVV ? coUftV. ned on with temporary and make- atoner of Insurance, do hereby eer-' shift procedures. irU ^o^ Thp chairman emphasised, as In the State of Iowa in 'he manner the commission did in its report.' -.».,. provided bj^aw. until the first day j tha , •• rnattm o{ loyalty should be , M £ s :_ E "" A I ^further certify that on December! sharply distinguished" from other 3i. iflsfi, the statement shown- , reason( , f or fj rmg „ government 1 Tota Admitted > , L ?„ c A«sets . si,79i.^ss,2'U.04! employe or shifting him from a 2 Total Liabilities. Deaths and Funerals Liabilities 4 Surplus, as regards P n 1 I r v- holders ,$ 127.001.247,«7 Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day of June, 1957 (Seal) OLIVER P. BENNETT Commissioner of Insurance July IB, 1957 Insnranca Department of IOMTJ De* Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the National Reserve Life Insurance Company Located at Sioux Falls In t.ha State of South Dakota Whereas, the abnve named corn- has filed In the Insurancs spa .. _, _. raeht showing I's condition on th» thirty-first dav of December, 1956 in accordance with the p of Chapter 515, Title XX pany Department of Iowa, a. sworn state' ih( ' tlr Code 0^ towa, 1954 relating to 1m rnvlstons of the surance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Companv has com- plted with the laws of this State relating to insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of lsw, I, OLIVER P. BENNETT. Commissioner of Insurance, do hereby certify that said Insurance Company Is authorized to transact business in the State of Im<a In the manner ' until the first dav provided by la of April. 1958 1 further certify that on December SI, 1956, the .statement shows— 1 Total Admlttpri Assets S52.R33.S99.M 3 Total Liabilities. Except Capital S4R.l0i.no2 .a7 S Capital or Guarantee Fund Paid t'p . s 420.000.00 4 Surplus over »H Liabilities ,.S 4 ,112,39757 8 Surplus as regards The Daily Record WEBER Funeral rites will be at ,2 p.m. Thursday at the Christian Church in Logan for Mrs. JEmiria Weber, 2 Except 'rn h pTa \ P %r «M?7s903 sensitive job Such"reasons could mother, of Mrs. Albert Hinze pf 3 surplus over aii 'include homosexuality, excessive! Carroll. The Rev. Rei Turner of * l27nn4 - 2 - 1Tfi7 ; drinking or just a "tendency to- Missouri Valley will officiate. Mr. ward indiscreet talk. ' | and Mrs. Peyton of Logan will He said the commission recom' h ave charge of the music which mended wholly separate treatment wl " include the songs, "Beyond i the Sunset" and "God Will Take Care of You" Burial will be In Wheatland Township cemetery west of Breda. Pallbearers will be grandsons, Merlin Overhue, Harold Llnqe, Don Hinze, Verrow MUler, Duane Weber and Gaylord Weber. Mrs. Weber, widow of Rlener Weber, was Emma Sapp before her marriage. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sapp, she was born in Holland Feb. 23, 1877. She came to the United States from Amsterdam with her parents when she was eight years old. Mrs. Weber had resided in Carroll and Crawford counties for many years and had lived in Harrison County the last 37 years. Surviving are six daughters and two sons: Mrs Bertha Overhue, Charter Oak; Mrs, Ed (Anna) ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- William Steckelberg, Denison. Barbara Jean Patrick, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Fred Stelnbtock. Lake View. Joseph H. Hemmy, Dunlap. Roy E. Brown, Scranton. Dismissals— Mrs. Wade N. George. Coon Rapids. Mrs. Roger A. Haynes and baby, Carroll. Mrs. Donavon K. Stanzyk and haby, Carroll, Mrs. Donald E. Schechinger and baby, Carroll. Mrs. Don A. Eagen, Dedham. H, Chris Mareusen. Kimballton. Mrs. Robert T baby, Halbur. Births- Mr and Mrs. Dale A Ferguson Simons and family, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. William Venteicher and family. Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs, Harry Campbell, St. Cloud, Minn.; Tarn Simons, Sah Antonio, Tex,; and Mrs. Leona Venteicher, Omaha • There were other relatives and friends from the surrounding area. Mrs, Venteicher w#i preceded in death by g son, John, in 1942 and five children in infancy. Born May 3, lsn, in, Pleasant Valley Township, Mrs. Ventelchier hsd lived in Carroll County uhtil after her husbands death. PETER 3, FRENCH (Ttm** Herald N*w» ftairte*) MANNING. - Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Wednesday at the Ohde Funeral Home here for P#\ef J, French. T2, o| Irwin, who died at the pejaney Nursing Home lo Spencer Sunday afternoon The Rev, Gecrge Bschenbacher, pastor of Jlon Lutheran Church, will officiate. Burial will be in Oak Hill cemetery at Irwin. Pallbearers, nephews of Mr- French, will be Ancel, Virgil and Harold crouch, Glenn, Dale and Howard French. Mr. French, son of William 0. and Barbara Ellen W o o s f a r Poycyhnfd.ers..j 4^32,397 571 Carroll, a daughter, Tuesday Dated 1 at fees Moines, this 1 day) Mr and Mrs pau , 0 WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial «*>• i John McGeeney Tuesday and bond w8g wt at $8QOO 0B tw() charges. Weaver is accused of being the driver of one of two cars involved of June. 195' (Seal) OLIVER P. BENNETT . Commissioner of Insurance July it, 1957 REMINDER! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done! You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service a]] makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc AT BILL BURGESS MOTORS VOU get personal attention for you and your ear, and careful attention to details that keep your car operating properly. Shop open 7-30 to 5.30 Monday thru Saturday. 75-l«4-ltc RADTATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumpers, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 3th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc Insurance Department of towa De< Moines ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the New York Life Insurance Company Located at New York In the state of New York Whereas, the abovt named com­ panv has filed in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn state- Scranton, a daughter. Tuesday, Linde, Westslde; Mrs. Albert! (Bena) Hinze, Carroll; Mrs. Bill j French, was born,Nov. 16, 1884, at Potthoff and ; <Tena> Champlin, Persia; Mrs.! CoUqyvlUe. Kan. When a child, he 'James (MargareH Barney, Lo- i cam* with hil parents to Shelby gan; Jake Weber, Missouri Val-: County, where he spent most of ley; John Weber, Neola; and Mrs. { his life. Emma Olerich, Council Bluffs. H* wa$ married,to Norine Sy* She also leaver 24 grandchfl-1 mons Jan. 5, 1911. They lived Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stangl, Rt. I, Claremont, Minn., formerly of Manning, a son, July 3. Mrs. Stangl is the former Laura Vogt. Carroll Markets GRATN Soybeans, No. dreh; 37 great-grandchildren, and one niece, Mrs. Kate Swallum, Omaha. south of M.-jnnlng fqr some time, moving to Irwin later. Mr. French had been Ul sincere Her husband died Feb 8. 1944. j death of his wife In December, She was also preceded in death by: 1950, in an accident in which Jacob : ThlrtV^s^ No. 2 yellow Gashel was el, 76. of near Mason City, • Jn ^?^ r L^ i \p. t .^ v £ rn )i^l ;„;,„.-j f-i -n,, ; of Chapter 515. Title .\X. of the injured fatally. i code of Iowa, 1954 relating to In* Woman Found Uneonseious in River Oats ..... $2,16 1.26 .57 a daughter, Velma Elsie, In 1915 at the age of three months and one brother, Jelste Sapp. Mrs. Weber died at 7 a.m. Monday in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Barney, at Logan. surance Companies; and whereas said Insurance Companv has com-, plied with the laws of this State I relating to insurance. Therefore, In pursuance of law, I, OLIVER P. BENNETT, Commissioner of fnsurance, do hereby cer- Chicogo Grain These 'Markets arj Fumuhed by the Humphrey Cfrtln Company New Cars 76 IOWA CITY (ffl — How an Iowa' tl'y that said Insurance Company uwa un - nov, an IOWB authorized to transact husfness City woman got in the Iowa River I ln the State of Iowa In the manner where she was found floating unconscious Monday morning remained a mystery Tuesday. Mrs. Lillian M Wolz. 55, was taken to University Hospitals here where officials said she suffered a fractured skull am other injuries. She was reported in fair condition Monday night. Mrs, Wolz was wearing only her night gown* when pulled from- the | WHEAT .lulv Sept. FOR SALE: USED BABY BED. Phone 3081. 55-165-31 Office Supplies 56 BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stona Printing Co. 56-126-ltc Wanted to. Rent 58 WANTED TO RENT HOUSE OR dliplex. Dial 9459. 58466-2te Room for Rent 60 LARGE SLEEPING ROOM NEAR No. side. Phone 3115. 60.lfl8.3tc NEW 195? FORD 4-DOOR FAIR , . lane sedan. 425 East 8th. Dial! river - Her husband, Herman, said 4113, 76-l66-6tc | his ^fa was in bed at midnight but was gone when he awoke! 771 Monday morning j Wolx said his wife, after regain-! mg consciousness Monday, told ] him she does not remember leav^ ing home or entering the water. provided by law, until the first dav of April, 1958. s I further certify that on December; Dec. 31, 1956, the statement shows— | I 1 Total Admitted : March Assets _ $6,239,443,282.09 , 2 Total Liabilities, coav ! Except Capital S5.773.5«i,700 o<i .tuiv 3 Surplus over all j Lta6)llt.le<t $ 465,Sf>l,573.00 Sept. i 4 Surplus as r»- g a r d s Policy- I Der. holders ....» 4fi5 .sei ,573,00 i Dated at Des Moines, this 1 day : March ; of June, 1957 ~ " ! (Seal) . OLIVER P. BENNETT Commissioner of rnsuranre Julv 1«. 1957 OAtS i July lept. Dfc. Miscellaneous FOR SALE: 1956 HARLEY DAVID- son 165 motorcycle. 1952 Matchless 500 C. C. Motorcycle, reasonable. Phone 2692. 77 -l«B -3te Iowa T-Men' May Get Uniforms THIEVES TRTRSTY DES MOINES (*-Thieves with a taste for warm soda pop broke in "accordan re'Vuh "tVe provuions • •"- "•- -"-it. xx, - - Insurance- Department of Iowa Des Moines . ANNUAL CERTIFICATE FOR PUBLICATION of the North American Accident Insurance Company Located at Chicago in the state or nimoU Whereas, the abov« named com­ panv has Hied in the Insurance Department of Iowa, a sworn statement showing Its condition on the tiiirtv-flrst day of December, 1956 High 216 H 31RH 222 H 223% 120 V, 132% 131 \ 186 71% -3', M»rch SOY BEANS Julv Sept. Nov. 243 'i 247 H 343 '4 LAnn July July Sept Oct. 17 Low 214 316 W 320H 222H i?a\i 131% 130 134 H m 70 <Z 72 H 344 244 U 341H Close 315 Vi 315 4 217 5l7H 330% 321W 222 '4 139 H 133 % 132 130^ 130 H 134 \ Close He is survived by two children. Vern, Spencer, and Mrs. Leonard C, (June) Andersen, Harlan; four grandchildren; one brother, JBd French, Irwin, and one sister, Mrs. Harry <DeUa> Scheele, Primghar. His parents, five brothers and sisters are deceased. MART ANGEUNE PETERS (Times Hernia News Bertie*) GWDDEN - Miss, Mary Angeline Peters, 51, of Glidden, died, at 10.45 p.m. Monday at the horn* pf her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Braden, here. Her death, which followed a day's' caused by a heart 14.315 14.10 8:38 MRS. K. ^NTEICHER Funeral rites for Mrs, Rather* ine Venteicher, 80, of Fort Dodge, widow of H. C. Venteicher, were conducted at 9 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Church in Wflley. Requiem mass was offered by the Rev. 214u jH. J. Dries, who gave.thf sermon 216K ancl a,so °"iciatad a{ graveside j rites in St. Mary's Cemetery. 1 Pallbearers were Joe Haver- j ness, was % I man of Dedham, William Simona, i Mo-ft- v *; John Halbur, H A. Neppl, Wll-| Funeral arrangements. are fe- 139 | ham Scharfenkamp and Johm complete, awaiting word from rel- MSJjiWendl. j atives at a distance. i|$! Mrs Venteicher 3 husband, who' T «« ^ 19 at tBe Huffman Fu- m s served a* Carroll County supervi- 1 "wal Home here iS4% ! sor from 1930 to 1936, died in! M i» s Peters, one of 20 children 1936. Since his death, she had i «• - h « l*t» J*"" and Elhabeth Pe- lived with her children. ! tar$. .was a lifelong resident of Surviving are a son, William Carroll County. She was born Venteicher, Jefferson; a daugh«! June 18 > im - on a Richland, Mrs. Al -Louise) Simons,! Township Farm, For the last five Fort Dodge; 12 grandchildren; | y e * r * sh » h * d Uved wlth th « Br *' idov- great-grandchildren and one ( - en < 8r WlU'-. 343 $ sister, Mrs. Mary Broich, St.| Ten brothers and seven sisters „_j Cloud, Minn. Mrs Venteicher hadi survive; Dirk and Jake Peten, ftivheen at the Simons home in Fort: Glidden; Mrs. Edward (Anna) 244\ r ; 345 % ; Dodge the last eight years 1 j Out-of-town relatives at the Chicago Livestock CHICAGO ifl — Hog prices re- services included Mr, and Mrs. into a used car lot here nolice re- 1 1 f Chapter 515, Title, XX, of the I imp a usea car iqi nere. ponce re-, Code 0 f row4 3954 r( ,i RUnr to tn- DES MOINES U»u-Iowa treasury ported Monday. Before getting surance Companies; and whereas; ceded somewhat Tuesdav from I agents may be sporting uniforms; away with six raincoats, two top- 1 «wi^anc, company g.. ^ : t « p ^ • •»« ,^ a | utc hm' coats, an adding machine and an | relating, to insurance. i t in the near future Georga Marchl, chief of the Gas-j undetermined amount of cash from; - TA^rf-J^^LVass" J>f i».w. Hunt, Lanesboro. Hannah Patera, St. Petersburg, Fla.; John Peters, Liddardale; Mrs- Leslie (Louise) Cornelius, S • y m o, u r, Mo,; Fred Petqrs, Lakef|e|d, Minn.; Herman Peters, Bakera- trAcmvTov T-U W ^ i fiel d. CaW-i Mrs Archie (Hilda) ^. SH1N 7 J0 ^..^ Th ^. W ^ tJher ! Olerich, Glidden; Mrs. Ferdle 30-Day Forecast You Gotta Act Fast When You See a Bargain! » . . and there are lots of them in the Times Herald , Let Want Ads quickly solve your everyday buy, sell ( or trade problems. Phone 8873, ask for Adtaker. DAILY TWWESJH5RALD W . . ^ ^ OLIVER P QENWETT * Ooflinil$ oline fax Division, said Monday! 8 seR' drink machine, they found ! sooner of insurance, do hereby cer the Stata Executive Council will be asked to providt funds for uniforms for his agents who patrol Iowa's borders for gasoline tax violators. The IWf legislature gave treasury agents full powers as law enforcement officers Marcht said, however, that "I wouldn't go out oh the highway in civilian clothes to atop a truck for all the tea in China He said her hat six agent! patrolling Iowa borders now and expects to enlarge the force by shifting additional employee from dtak work to enforcement duties. time to drink a half case of warm pop. SET HEARING ' _ STRAWBERRY POINT « ~ A hearing was scheduled here Tuet« day for six Manchester' teen-a|ert, who face; charges of assault lit 1 the Injuring of" two Strawberry Point youths In what Clayton County Sheriff Forest Fischer called a "fanfwar;" ADVISED ON FAIR GLIDDEN - Advice on preparations for the Four-County Fair, at Coon Rapids, July 29 to August l, was giverf to club members by guest speaker* at a meeting of the Richland Hot Shots 4-H Club in the Hoy Rains hfJirie Monday, night. Leslie Wt. Fielder' president of the' Carroll County Farm Bu« reau, spoke on "Fitting Calves for Show" and W.H. Brown, county extenainn director, explained fair reflation*/ and diatributed pVentlum^iWlta; Rptwrt Ralhif reported , oh the ! 19J7 4iH aKortcourse at itJWg State College, Ames, and Billy' Sprague' gave' a report on 4«H camp last'month at tjie'state camping center 1 near Boone, Twenty-five members and parents were present. Lunch waa served by Mrs; Roy Rains and' Mrs. DeanRemaburg, tify that, said insurance rompanv is authorized to transact, business in tv*. State of Iowa in the manner provided by law, until the first day of April, 1958. I further certify that on December 31, 1956, the statement showi— 1 fotsl Admitted Assets J37.1RS,913.80 2 Tot a l Liabilities. Except Capital S2n,918,01g,84 S Capital or Guaran, tee Kund Paid L'P $ 1,000,000.00 4 Surplus over all Liabilities $ fi.250,894 .48 5 Surplus as regerds Poilryholders $ 7,250,8fi4,48 Patea at Den Moines, this 1 day or June, 1087 (Seall OLIVER P. BENNETT were steadv to 25 cents lower on Bureau said Monday its 30-day (Emma) Potts. Fort Dodge; AjVle weights under 240 pounds, and: outlook for mid-July to mld-Au- p 8lM8) Carroll; Mrs. Roy 'Edna) scarce and steady on those over 8 l,st ca,, s for 'emperatures to av- Ij0vell Qiidden; Lawrence Petera, 2W pounds. jeraw above normal m the cen-j Moorland; Albert Peters, Lak>« (USDA)-Salable hogs 7,500; mod- i'al part of the United States from | field, Minn ; Mn Boyd <LiUiah> eratoly active, steady to 25 lower, the Rockies to the Appalachians j graden, Glidden, Warren Petera, and also in the Far Southwest, i Lytton; and Roy Peters, Los An­ on butchers under 240 lbs; sows active and uneven, generally steady; No, 2-3 mixed grade lots In. the remainder of the nation j oi\ es Calif below normal averages are indl-1 she ' was prece ded in death by julv is ^ mUs,nn * r nf Insurance lderately active, fully steady; cows 190-260 lb butcher? comprised bulkicated, the bureau said, at 20 75-21,25; including a few 1 -2 ] Precipitation is predicted to ex- around 240 lb to 2125; larger lota! c eed normal in the Northern mixed grade 330-425 lb sows 17.50-1 Plain*;. Rocky Mountain states, 19,00. Pacific northwest and extreme Salable cattle /,0OO; calves 200;!southeast. Subnormal amount si R ev . George J. Gundel will offl. stears choice and better fairly ac-Ure expected in the remainder of - elate at the iunaral riteai tlve, steady to strong; heifers mo- ] the country. 1 two brothers, Henry and WUUpra' Peters, both of Lakefleld,, Minn. Miss Peters was a .member M St., John'* American Lutheran Church of Grant Township. Tj&« JAPANESE GUEST HERE Floyd Wilkens, who attends Drake University, Des Moines, has as his guest for a few days Mlt- suyasu Saito. a Japanese exchange student at Drake. Saito, who came here Monday, i*" leaving for Lake Okoboji Wednesday, to spend about two weeks with his sponsor He will then return to Dee Moines. active, strong to 25 higher, bulls i GRADUATES scarce, strong: vealers about' FORT CHAFFEE, Ark, — Pvt. steady; choice steers M.75-26,25;' Frank J. Baurnhover. son of Mr. j good to high choice hejfers 21.50-! and Mrs F, W. Baurnhover, m 25,00; utility and commercial cows! N. Whitney, Carroll, la,, recently 14.00-16,00; utility and commercial I was graduated from the Army's bulla 17.75 -111 ,80; good and choice! eight-week Automotive Malnten-j vealers 20 .oo-a3.oo. jance School at Fo?t Chaffee, Ark^ Salable sheep ^.000: moderately Baurnhover received instruction! active, spring lambs steady to 2,5 j in the maintenance, repair and•.in- higher; good to prime spring; spection of llgtit arid heavy duty! Umbe lb 29.00-34.75. \ military vehicles, i MONUMENTS LAROI DISPLAY OMH Ivndtys *vr vtur eenven- l*n««. euarry to veu orUes. Mc P he rso it- Campbell Co. 1 , Atiest t ^em Cemetery ••hent W3 — Ctrcell, Kjiwn*, Cemetery LeHerln* Anywhere 1 •MiYln.SjH i *'M

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