Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 a CARD OP THANKS to 80. word*. over 30 words. CLAMIPIID DISPLAY -5 SJ..M ~4o par word IfiAsTyil ^teksB until 16 'f i£ J*X Ot publication except Saturday .88(1 J .°, n Saturday. Regular clas- Wl*d till. 9:30 a. m. Saturday. U a. m. Jlonday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH OROIR BO day, per word____JL_ a canto -•i days, par i oanto to it— —. _aya. per word jtt» daya, per word_ Jve^dayi. por word, days, per word .13 centa .14 centa .16 oenta .18 cent* Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS I. wish to thank friends and relatives for cards and visits while a patient in St. Anthony Hospital. Al- ; so thanks to the hospital staff. All was very much appreciated. *'" Mrs. John Kurth ^^^^^^^^ Announcements 6 WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio r including ; car radios; day or ' night. Ml Work guaranteed. Dial 9513. Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc JULY CLEARANCE SALE ON men's wear now on at Andy Balk's Men's Wear. 6-162-tfc Personal WANTED: ' ONE MAN PAS- senger to California, leaving Thursday. Help drive and share expenses. Phone 9813. ' ru ^ jwjnj - uw 9J72-2tp Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS FOR ACCUM ulated bills or other purposes. Community Loan Service, Carroll and Denison. 12-304-2tc LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment, household goods. S&M Finance : Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY LOW INTEREST RATE See Phil Dennis Sec-Trea*. National Farm Loan Anoclatlon Over Woolworth'i — CarroU 12-2-StC Business Services 14 When To 60 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Phone 4180. 17-149-ltc FOR YOUR CLUBS AND PART- ies reserve the Ranch Room at Pauline 's Cafe. We can accommodate 50 people per party. r ^ r J .} 1 ^°:^ e Good Things to Eat 18 NO 'PRE-COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS!I! at Club 30. 18-149-ltc SEALTEST ICE CREAM, ANY flavor, V4 gal. 59c. Brenny's Female Help Wanted 22 NIGHT WAITRESS WANTED Apply In person at Pauline's Cafe. 2M71-3tc BEAUTY OPERATOR WANTED. Salary ,and commission. Write Box X, in care of Daily Times Herald. 22-171-3tc WANTED: RESPONSIBLE BABY sitter, to stay* in home. Phone 9163. 22-172-6tc WANTED DISHWASHER AND Waitress. Apply in person. The Brown Derby, 2-172-2tp 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 Thnee Herald, Carroll, few* m m Tuesday, July 2S, 1M7 | | Houies for Salt 63 FOR SALE: HOME ON NORTH side, excellent condition. Low down payment. Dial 9756. 63-171-6tc Housos for Rent 64 HOUSE FOR RENT: DIAL 9198 ^ JPlk onnnjrwi r L)U „, ff;ff£-8tc Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. M-219-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 8109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643, 1121 No. Main. . 65-lB4-tfc APT. FOR RENT, 4 LARGE rooms and bath, all utilities furnished. Close in. Call 2274. 65-171-3tc APT. FOR RENT: DIAL 9733. 65-172n3tc FURNISHED APT. ^pjal^3286. Farms for Sale FOR RENT. 65-172-3tc FOR SALE: 120 ACRES. IM- proved. 50 acres, improved. 40 acres, improved. Phone 2210. Frank* Hoffmann. 67-170-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 Household Goods 51 END MESSY GARBAGE PROB- lemsthe modern, sanitary way. Reg. $69.95 Garbage Disposal ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co. July special. 51-162-tfc BE GENTLE, BE KIND. TO THAT expensive carpet, clean it with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-172-ltc FOR SALE: NEW AND USED power lawn mowers. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 51-153-ltc LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-tfc USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING, ' RE- coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. CarroU Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST- to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages. $3.09 in 5 gal. lots. $3.18 in gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc FOR SALE: DINETTE TABLE, 1 leaf, black and gold. Good condition. Phone 2812. 51-172-2tc USED 8-PC. WALNUT DINING room suite, $35.00. Matt Furniture Co. 5M71-2tc EXHAUST FAN—24 INCH COM- plete with frame and Louvers. Clover leaf blades. Rated 6,000 C.F.M. Operates on 110 volts. Nolands 5 to $1.00 Store. 51-171-3tc VACATION? . . . PACK UP AND go with your clothes dry cleaned to new freshness! Phone 3825. 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 Dalhoff, owner. 14-96-ltc FLY TIME IS SCREEN TIME. WE can rescreen your frames or supply you with all necessary materials to do it yourself. You can do better at Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-172-6tc REPAIR SERVICE — RADIOS, Television Sets and Refrigerators. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. 14-168-6tc 3 -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 NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs 1 For a Free Estate, Dial '4592.. Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safoway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc WORKS FOR "PEANUTS! The most economical way to do a BIG job of selling is through a little, low-cost Clas- silled Ad. Give yourself a profit break. Call 3573 now to place an inexpensive Times Herald fast- fpng Wint Adl J Daily Times Herald SPECIAL AIR CONDITIONERS $137.88 GAMBLES FOR SALE: 166-A FARM 1 IM- proved, near Coon Rapids. Owner W. S. Mountain, Coon Rapids, Iowa Phone 132-J 67-172-6tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1954 DODGE, MEADOW BROOK, 4-door sedan, heater and good rubber. Wittrock's. 71-171-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 Chevrolets: Hills Motor Co. 71-162-tfc Wanted to Buy 51-172-2tc 53 WANTED TO BUY OR RENT, cowboy boots, size 9^-10, D width. Phone 2812. 53-171-2tc For Sale 55 SCHWIN BIKE FOR SALE, Excellent condition. Ph. 3862. 55-171-3tp FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 24 ft. building on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc FOR SALE: 20 VOL. SET AMER- ican Peoples Encyclopedia. Phone 9321. 55-172-3tp FRIGIDAIRE "FOUNTAIN COOL- er like new,. 425 East 5th. 55-172-6tc Office Supplies 56 BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: SMALL HOUSE; also basement house, on same lot, both modern, on West Bluff St. Stan Eischeid, Bayard. 63-167-6tp TOMORROW'S CARRIER . . . Aircraft carriers of tomorrow, instead of steaming over the ocean waves, may rise from below the surface to launch an attack on an enemy shore, says artist- author Frank Tinsley in Mechanix Illistrated Magazine. Advocates of the carrier submarine are not at all surprised by the report that Japan is building a 30,000-ton sudmarine tanker. Tinsley pictures the undersea carrier (above) as having a flat deck fitted with missile launchers and serving as a landing field for .ducted-fan troop carriers which can rise and land vertically. One is shown in foreground. Used Cars & Trucks 71 WILL YOU SPEND YOUR SUMMER .IN or UNDER Your Car You can be IN your car for many miles of trouble free driving when you buy one of our top quality used cars. Hills Motor Co. 71-171-3tc • Civil Rights- (Continued from Page 1) Auto Service 75 4-BEDROOM, STORY AND %, house on no. side, close to schools . and churches, $13,500, John Juergens, broker. Ph. 9428. 63-171-3tc NEW 3 BDRM. HOME CLOSE TO north sido schools Lg. birch finished farrjily size kitchen. Dining area off living rm. Full basement. Gas heat. Attached garage. Enclosed back yard. Lg. FHA loan may be assumed. Poss. when desired. John Gnam Real Estate, 63-171-2tc OWNER TRANSFERRED MUST sell this 3 bedroom home, 2 blks. from St. Lawrence, only two yrs. old. Large living room, beautiful birch kitchen, lots of closet space, full, finished basement, attached garage. Beautiful Hand* scaping with inclosed back yard: Priced below replacement cost. Call Pudeni Real. Estate, Dial W4W 6!4714tC • 8 GOOD CAR DEALS at the Friendly Irishman's We now have left one '57 Mercury Montclair 4-door demonstrator licensed, loaded with equipment and ready to go at a tremendous savings. 1956 Ford Fairlane four door with Thunderbird engine, automatic transmission, radio, and many extras such as padded instrument panel, safety belts, etc. $1895 1955 Mercury Monterey 4-door sedan. Alaska white upper and Biltmore blue lower, automatic transmission, radio, heater, spotlight, and other accessories. A beautiful car for only $1795 1955 $ord Mainlines, we have two of them in 4-door sedans with radio and heater, both excellent buys at $1195 1954 Chevrolet Plaza 4-door ,sedan, a two tone blue and white, a beautiful car at only $1095 1954 Plymouth Plaza 4-door sedan two tone blue with radio, a real sharp car with new rubber at only $795 1953 Plymouth Cranbrook 4-door sedan, two tone green, an excellent little car for only $695 1952 Chevrolet 2-door with two tone white upper and blue lower, automatic, transmission, radio and heater, a real sharp one at only $695 We have a lot of cheaper dependable used cars, come in and see us. HOULIHAN MOTORS Lincoln-Mercury • At the^stopUg^ht on 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! HOW LONG SINCE your car had a motor tune-up? Now's the time to have this work done I You'U get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc were a number of "doubtful" votes. Knowland said he expected the rest of the bill will go through pretty much as written if section 3. the part to which Southerners object most strongly, is eliminated. Whatever happens, Knowland said, it looks as if the Senate is "still in for several weeks of discussion" on the civil rights issue. One major change was made in the bill when the Senate voted Monday to erase from the measure authority for use of federal troops to enforce court orders in civil rights cases. Knowland told reporters he still thinks the bill's supporters can save some vestiges of the authority the House voted to give the attorney general toward the enforcement of equal rights. However, Democratic nose counts were reported to have indicated upwards of 60 senators— a dozen more than the required 48—lining up behind the Anderson-Aiken proposal to strike most of Part 3 from the House-passed bill. This part would authorize the able to agree on any two-party substitute for the Anderson-Aiken proposal. Sen. Douglas (D-Ill) said in a Deaths and Funerals S. W. GARTH Funeral services will be held Wednesday afternoon at the Foster Funeral Home in Webster City for E. W. Garth, 76, of Webster City, uncle of G. D. Pringle of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Pringle and son, John, will attend the rites. Mr. Garth, a retired businessman, died at his home Monday. RAY STODDARD Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at Windsor, Mo., for Ray Stoddard, 57, brother of Mrs. Ronald Ream of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Ream. and daughter, Joyce Lynn, who attended the rites, returned home Monday night. Mr. Stoddard died unexpectedly oi a heart attack at his home near Greenridge, Mo., early Tuesday morning. He was a retired shoe salesman. Surviving with his wife are his mother, Mrs. Charles Stoddard, of Windsor; two sisters, Mrs. Milford Lewis. Greenridge, and Mrs. Ream, Carroll; and one brother, Porter Stoddard, Los Angeles, Calif., all of whom were at the funeral rites. separate interview he thinks there j a.m. Tuesday. KIM FINDLEY Kim F i n d 1 e y, one-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Findley of Fremont, Neb., formerly of Carroll, died about 7 ii Kroeger and Malachy Morris* sey of Carroll. Out-of-town relatives were pre> ent from Humboldt, S. D.: Winn* bago, Minn.; Fort Dodge, Omaha; Milford and the surrounding area, Mrs. Lux, widow of William Lux, had lived in Carroll County since early girlhood. She is survived by four daughters: Mrs. Carl Kroeger, Lidderdale; Mrs. George Schaeffer, Lake City; Mrs. Chris Otto, Car* roll; and Mrs, Lloyd Stout, Lake City; two sons: William Lux, Lid* derdale; and Earl Lux, Carroll; 30 grandchildren; 41 great-grand children; two brothers: Henry and Joe Daniel, Carroll, and four sisters: Mrs. Katherine Underberg, Milford; Mrs. Crate Wodyard, Des Moines; Mrs Vern Swendef and Mrs. Rose Duckett, Fort Dodge. Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death. RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc AT BILL BURGESS MOTORS YOU get personal attention for you and your car, and careful atten^ tion to details that keep your car operating properly. Shop open 7:30 to 5:30 Monday thru Sat urdayA ' 75-164-ltc ft ew Cars 76 NEW 1957 FORD 4-DOOR FAIR- lane sedan. 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 76-166-6tc NEW 1957 FORD 4-DOOR FAIR- lane sedan. 425 East 5th: Dial 4113. 67-172-6tC Ancient Egyptians, first architects to work with stone, began using the material for building about 1750 B.C. Legal Notices In The District Court of Iowa, In and for CarroU County NOTICE—rROOF OF fflll STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREfiY GIVEN, That an Instrument In writing, purporting to be the last will andteatament of John W. Bercer Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Saturday the 10th day of August, 1957, at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the day ifpr hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS* my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 15th day of July, 1957. (SEAL) ' . Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. By Lois Slbenaller, Deputy. July 16, 23, 30, 1957 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF KXECUTOBS STATE OF IOWA. CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7400 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executors of the estate of Roslna Pudenz deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the Dls trlct Court. Clarence Pudenz and Helen Pudenz, Executors Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated July 8. 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court July 9, 16, 23, 1957 still is some hope of reaching some such agreement before the Senate votes on the issue. Still ahead is the Southerners' battle for a guarantee of jury trials for t persons charged with contempt of court for alleged violation of civil rights injunctions. Sen. O'Mahoney (D-Wyo), author of one such proposal, announced he was revising his amendment to make it clear that jury trials would not be required in cases where defendants could clear themselves of contempt by complying with the court's orders. O'Mahoney scoffed at Justice Department contentions that criminal action against civil rights violators is impractical because Southern juries won't convict. Jury trials are required in criminal cases. "The Justice Department has never attempted one criminal prosecution in a civil rights case," he said. "They just say they can't get convictions; they don't know." Unanimous Vote In a rare show of unity, the Senate voted 90-0 Monday to amend the bill to repeal a Re According to word received by friends here, her death was caused by meningitis after a week's illness. She had been hospitalized since Sunday. Besides her parents, Kim Is survived by three sisters, Deborah, Kathy and Dana. The family moved to Fremont last summer after a two-year residence in Carroll, where Mr. Findley was principal of Carroll High School. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Lattin-Dugan Funeral Home in Fremont. Burial will be at Fremont. attorney general to move on his; construction era law authorizing own initiative to bring civil in- 1 the use of federal troops to en- junction suits to prevent interfer- 1 force court orders. ence with racial integration in the schools and public places in the South. Brinker Proposal Backed by Knowland, Sen. Bricker (R-Ohio) tossed into the hopper a proposal to limit such enforcement action to cases in which the President specifically directed the attorney general to act. This was obviously designed to chip away some of the Republican support for the Anderson-Aiken proposal. Sen. Russell <D-GA>, leading the Southern forces, said he does not think the Senate would want to leave the decision on such matters to the "left-wingers" of either party he said are likely to occupy the President's and attorney general's chairs in the future. Knowland said Republicans and Democrats who want something more than protection of voting rights left in the bill had not been This lifted from the bill, with the approval of its proponents and opponents, a provision Russell had charged would authorize "bayonet rule" enforcement in the whole field of civil rights. The Senate's action removed the last possibility the House-passed bill could become law without further House action. If the Senate passes the measure, the House either will have to concur in Sen- MRS. ELIZABETH LUX Holy Family Church at Lidderdale was filled at funeral rites at 10 a.m. Monday for Mrs. Eliza beth Lux, 84, longtime resident of the Lidderdale community, who died Friday afternoon at the Tryon Nursing Home, 109 North] Main Street, Carroll. The Rev. Robert Phillips offered the requiem mass and gave the sermon. The Rev. Laurence Schoeppner of Oyens, former pastor of the Lidderdale church, conducted graveside rites in Holy Family Cemetery. Pallbearers wen» John Schaeffer and Jack Stout of Lake City, William Otto, John Bennett, Lou- Panel(Continued from Page 1) for $15.50 that cost him $7 to sell. Changing public demand, he said, is one of the hazards of the hog business. "After you've adjusted to a cerate changes or face the renewed I ^J^*J£L to jLiJ" a t possibility of a Senate filibuster % *f nd „ * han *° s against a compromise version of the House and Senate measures. Sheppard(Continued from Page l) RENOUNCES TITLE . . . Father Andrei Urusov, a Catholic priest and teacher of anti-communism at the University of San Francisco, renounced his title of a prince of imperial Russia to become an American citizen. Born in Moscow In 1914, th son of Prince Alexander Ouroussoff, he was taken eastward by relatives during the Red revolution in 1917 in wheh his parents were slain. He came to the U.S. from the Philippines in 1949. BUDGET ESTIMATE AND RECORD OP FILING County Assessor Estimate NOTICE— The County Conference Board of CarroU County, Iowa, will meet August 5th, 1957, at 10:00 a. m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa. Taxpayers will be heard for or against the following estimate of expenditures for the fiscal year beginning January 1, 1958. HAROLD H. GRUNDMEIER, Clerk County Conference Board. FUNDS County Assessor TOTALS ~ Gxpendltures For Year >><n maple '•LMUail 23,0881$ aTffiSil 3ff,«80l$ • IS 200[S 3B,«50 •$1.961.621$ 259881* 81,8731$ 35,65011 IS 20011 35,450 raft. uatien subject te County Attestor lew for yaw 19&6 147,242,606 1954 bludgeon-murder, is serving a life term in Ohio. Kolofolias said in an interview that when he views large size pictures he will be able to say if Wedler was the "nervous young man" who gave him a ride at Bay Village, Ohio the night of the slaying. Dr. Sheppard's attorney, William Corrigan of Cleveland, has airmailed pictures of Wedler for viewing by Kolofolias. Kolofolias said he has been a merchant seaman for 13 years. He said he was picked up at Bay Village by a young driver who seemed agitated. "He was shaking so he could hardly light his cigarette," Kolofolias said. "He told me he had just had a fight with a woman and then her husband came in and he had a fight with him, too." Kolofolias said the back seat of the car held several newspapers which appeared to be possibly covered with blood. Kolofolias said he got out in Cleveland. "I didn't connect the incident with the Sheppard case until I was reading a newspaper story of the trial while in Hong Kong," Kolofolias said. Kolofolias has been staying at the Y.M.C.A. in Waterloo since last Saturday. Monday night he telephoned the sheriff at Deland and told his story. "1 told the sheriff I would like to confront this young man and see him personally!" Kolofolias said. "I'm sure I could say if he's the fellow who gave me a ride." Lt. Gov. Paul M. Herbert of Ohio, who was associated with the Sheppard defense, said at Columbus Monday that Kolofolias was regarded as a missing witness in the Sheppard trial. Herbert said Kolofolias told him the story last January. At that time Kolofolias was taken to Chicago to view a man who claimed he killed Mrs. Sheppard. Kolofolias could not Identify him. you ve got to start all over again," he pointed out. He added it takes three or four years to develop a new type of hog. Mr. Burdine said the dairy industry has come a long way from the days when the farmer milked by hand into buckets and the chore was one of the most distasteful on the farm. •Push-Button* Operation In his operation on a modern 500-acre farm, Mr. Burdine has one of the most advanced milking operations in this section. The entire setup is mechanical, from start to finish. The milk is processed directly from the cow by milking machines into pipes that carry it to a bulk tank without human hands touching it. Electrical devices automatically wash and sterilize all equipment. Mr. Burdine, who also specializes in poultry, cattle and ponies, has about 45 head of Brown Swiss of which 22 are being milked at this time. However, he plans to expand the herd. His cows have averaged as high as 500 pounds of butterfat per year according to Dairy Herd Improvement Association records. Mr. Perry concluded the meeting by showing a new "Milk-o- Meter" which, on a pipeline milk er, automatically weighs and records the milk production of the individual cows. Henry Moore, who was to have represented the beef industry, was unable to be present. Mr. Perry described his "push-button" feed system which automatically feeds silage, supplement and grain in measured amounts to his cattle. W. Paul Forney, vice president, presided.at the meeting in the absence of Dr. L. B. Westendorf, who is on vacation. MRS. JENNIE DALEY Final rites were held at "the St. Lawrence Church at 9 a.m. Monday for Mrs. Jennie Daley, 98, mother of the late Mrs. J. P. Cranny. The Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes officiated at the requiem mass, Mrs. Daley was buried beside her husband, Daniel Daley, in the Harlan Cemetery. The graveside rites were conducted by the Rev. Leo Gannon. Pallbearers were V. Stuart Perry. G. Smith Thomas, William Reicks, James Kanne, Joe Connor and Frank J. Kloser, Out-of-town relatives at the services were Mrs. Daley's son, John Daley, Brookline, Mass.: Mr. and Mrs. Don Lindstrom (the .former Mary Jane Cranny), Gowrie; Joe Ryan and Robert Grant, Adair; Mrs. Kate Donnelly and daughter, Ann, Casey; Mary Grant. Council Bluffs; Mr, and Mrs George Lawler, Westside; Pauline Cranny, Omaha, and Alfred, Alvin and Clara Rosman, Harlan. Mrs. Daley, who was widowed inl907, had lived with her children since then In 1927 she came to Carroll to make her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cranny, continuing te live with Mr. Cranny after Mrs. Cranny's death June 27, 1951. Mrs. Daley Is survived by her son, John Daley. Brookline, Mass.; son-in-law, Mr. Cranny, Carroll; four grandchildren; 12 great grandchildren and one brother, Edward Grant of Adair. She was born Jennie Grant Sept. 20, 1858, at Huntley, 111. She died Friday morning at St. Anthony Hospital after being ill since 1948 and seriously ill for the last five weeks. MISS MARY STAIERT Funeral rites were held at 9 a.m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church for Miss Mary Staiert, 81, who died Friday morning at St. Anthony Hospital after a long illness. The Rt. Rev Msgr. Frank H. Greteman offered requiem mass and gave the sermon. The Rev. t Thomas Donahoe officiated at "graveside rites in St. John's Cemetery at Arcadia. Pallbearers, nephews of Miss Staiert, were Clarence Schrad, Randolph, Neb.; Joe Staiert, Arcadia; Walter, Ed, Leo and Irvin Staiert, Car roU. Among out-of-town relatives at the services were Florence: Schrad, Randolph, Neb.; Ed Fuchtman, Hartington, Neb.; Mrs; L. L. Forrester, David City, Neb.; Mrs. Frances Rusk, Sioui City, and others from Fonda, Webb, Yetter, Wall Lake, and the surrounding area. Miss Staiert, a native of Illinois, had lived in Carroll County since she was one year old. She had taught rural schools in Arcadia and Washington Townships for 20 years. For the last two years, Miss Staiert had lived at the Spieker Rest Home here. She was preceded in death by« her parents, August and Amelia Dentlinger Staiert, four brothers and two sisters. She had made her home with her brother, Theodore Staiert, from 1903 until his death in August, 1955. Surviving are one brother, John Staiert, Carroll, nieces and nephews. Mrs. George J. Hess and daughter, Judee, came home Monday from Bancroft, where they were weekend guests of Mrs. Hess' brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard. They attended a shower for Mrs. Hess' niece, Mary Celeste - Bernhard, who will be an August^ bride, SPORRERS RETURN Mr. and Mrs Don Sporrer and children, Sherry, Tom and Karen, returned Monday night from an expense-paid trip of the Admiral j Corporation, of which Mr. Sporrer is the local franchise dealer. They visited Mrs. Sporrer's mother, Mrs. W, E, Thomas at Aberdeen. Md., flying from Des Moines to Baltimore and back to Des Moines. MONUMENTS LAROB DISPLAY Open Sunday* for your convenience. Quarry to you prices. McPherson- Campbell Co. Acrots from Camate-ry Phone 3263 — Carroll, lows Cemetery Lettering Anywhere IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Leonard Schirck Carroll Rosary: 8:00 p. m. Tuesday Christian Mothers Confraternity of St. Lawrence 8:30 p. m, Tuesday Catholic Daughters of America Sharp Funeral Heme Funeral Mas*: Wednesday 9:00 a. m. St. Lawrence Church Church Officiating: Father Arthur Poeekee Interment: Mt. Olivet Cemetery Carroll, Iowa Anyone desiring transports* tion Call 352.
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