Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 29, 1957 · Page 9
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Diaf 3573 CARD OP THANK! Bj» to M * nw< * V tiff 21 «r» words 4o per word per «WMIIf>IIO, DISPLAY toon! -$1.20 •Play* taken until 10 a. m. „ . jlloajlon ueem Saturday led till 0:30 a, m, Saturday. lTa. m. fond ay througn Friday. tkAStlPIID CAW WITH ORDIR On* day, per wor<L______ s cents two days, per word , , „.. , 9 eenta fhree.daya, per word , ...12 cents four days, per word_^___44 c«ta five dam pur « Its days, per woi Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our relatives, friends and neighbors for their spiritual bouquets, floral offerings and kind expressions of sympathy extended to us in our bereavement. Also thanks to those who helped with farming operations or who helped in any way. The Norbert Wieland Family 3-177-ltp CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends, Father Cain, the sisters, aspirants, servers, choir, neighbors, and all who sent cards and made calls. Thanks to everyone who helped make our 50th anniversary a memorable one. Mr. and Mrs. John Bruening ^^^^^^^^^ Announcements 6 WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. Ml work guaranteed. Dial 9313. 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 Busfnew Servteat - 141 Houwhold Goods -51 USE UTILITY LEADER HOUSE Paint, the best paint available for all outside buildings. Excellent for fences and garages. $3.09 In 5 gal. lots. $3.19 In gal..lots. Davis Paint Store. 14-148-tfc 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 FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc WILL MOW LAWNS. A. C. OLM. stead. Dial 3640. . 14-177-2tp 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 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 SAVE! SAVE! ONSPORTS equipment. Giant sale now on at The Uptown Club. Up to 50% off on golf, tennis, baseball, and fishing equipment. 14-173-tfc FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc We Fix It 16 VIOLA TWP. CONS. SCHOOL will accept bids for coal, gas, propane, oil, and tires, on Aug. 5, 1957. Also applications for bus drivers. 6-175-6tc Loans 12 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 Seo.-Trea*. National Farm Loan Association Ores Woolwortb's — Carroll 12-2-StC Instruction 13 WANTED YOUNG MEN AND WOMEN S o train for FLIGHT AND ROUND. Airline Training under most modern methods for positions in this new fascinating and wall-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 PERIOD which need not interfere .with your present job. FREE LIFETIME PLACEMENT SERVICE Coast to Coast. Ages 17-39 with high school or better. Write giving address and phone number to National School of Aeronautics, Box N, care Daily Times Herald. -- r . rrj : rur , r -,13-159-itc Business Services 14 USE "KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc .in i .i i ..II« PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL US for quick delivery. Carroll Lumber 60. 14-174-tfc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs! For a Free Estate, Dial S592 Gambles. 14-86-tfc NEED A' LAWN MOWER? WE have a few demonstrators and acme good used mower at very special prices, Come in and see them—Ask for Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-175-3tc WE, REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawn mowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-174-6tc Where To Go 17 BAR-B-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB r ^ rw ^ i l^lSO-ltc Good Things to Eat 18 JUMBO SHRIMP lilt SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc NO "PRE-COOKED" CHICKEN ^served^a^CJub^O^ Male Help Wanted 21 BOY WANTED FOR EVENING paper route. Call 2523. 21-177-ltp AIRLINES NEED Young men 17 to 39. See our ad under 13. National School of Aeronautics. Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: RESPONSIBLE BABY sitter, to stay in home. Phone 9163. 22-172-6tC WANTED: FULL TIME HOUSE- keeper, modern home. One child. Write Box A % Daily Times Herald 2-173-6tp CLERK FULL TIME, MUST BE able to sew. Apply in person, Waters. 2-176-tfc AIRLINES NEED Young women 17 to 39. See our ad under 13. National School 6i Aeronautics. 22-159-ltc Male-Female Help 23 MAKE $20.00 DAILY LUMINOUS Nameplates. Free samples. Reeves Co. Attleboro, Mass. ' 23-174-6tp 33 Farm Machinery GREETING CARDS . ... AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a . card tor every memorable occas- . ion. , ", 14-125-ltc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . •Photographs, certificates, paintings. Three day service. Keenan Paint''Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. / . 14-110-ltC CALL' 882MDEPEND ON THOMP- son's. Cleaners modern dry clean- inland pressing to keep you looking,your best every day. V' > 14-159-ltc BRING YOUR COMBINE OR binder canvas in NOW for repair. Also see the new combine canvas at Kramer Shoe Shop. 38-141-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. Livestock for Sale 41 25 FEEDER PIGS, WEIGHT, 100 lbs. Evan Kuker. Lidderdale. Ph. 10-F-2. 4M74-6tc Household Goods 51 END MESSY GARBAGE PROB- lems the modern, sanitary way. Reg. $69.95 Garbage Disposal ONLY $54.95. Heires Elec. Co. July special. 5l-162-tfc LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's furniture. 5l-13i-tfc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc START YOUR VACATION WITH A SMILE Don't start out with a worried frown because shortage of funds threatens the success of your vacation before it ever starts. Sell your "don't needs"­ cation cash through a Times Herald For Sale Ad. Dial 3573 Daily Times Herald KEEP COOL IN SUMMER-KEEP warm in winter—Insulate your attic now., Do-it-yourself. Free estimates. Carroll Lumber Co. >• 51-174-tfC AIR-WAY SANITIZOR VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Richard Rutten. Dial 3001, Carroll. 5M75-tfc NEW DEHUMIDIFIER, $99.95, Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30 , 51-174-tfc HAVE SPINET PIANO TO BE sold here. Low monthly payments or will discout for cash. Write Credit Manager, Critchett Piano Co., 1409 Forest, Des Moines. 51-176-etc USED N O R G E AUTOMATIC washer, 1 yr. old, #100. Schenkelberg Impl* Co. 51-57-ltc SEWING MACHINE BARGAIN! We want responsible party with good credit to take over 5 payments of $7.00 on a repossessed. Singer Sewing Machine, in perfect condition. Will give new machine warranty and liberal discount for cash. Write to Industrial Loan and Investment Company, 1904 Farnam, Omaha. 51-177-ltc CLEAN YOUR CARPETS WITH Blue Lustre. Leaves bright colors and fluffy texture. Matt Furniture Co. 51-177-ltc Used Cars & Trucks 71 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, Plyrr.ouths and Chevrolets. Hills Motor Co. 71-182-tfc 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-lll-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 donel You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine operation. We service all makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc FOR SALE: FRIGIDAIRE FULLY automatic electric range, dining room table and buffet, large office desk. Dial 2301. 51-177-2tc FOR SALE: WESTINGHOUSE electric range. M-W refrigerator. Both good condition. Call 4206. 5M77-3tp NEARLY NEW HIDE-A-BED, grey frieze, sold new for $250.00. Now $125.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-177-2tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RIB STEEL buildings. One 24 ft. building on hand at the old price. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-162-tfc FRIGIDAIRE FOUNTAIN COOL- er like new.. 425 East 5th. 55-172-6tc FOR SALE: BICYCLE, 24" GOOD condition. Contact John Frederick, Exira R.R. 1 or phone 629 Exira. 55-176-ltc Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-177-6tc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: HOME ON NORTH side, excellent condition. Low down payment. Dial 9756. 63 -171 -6tc BUY ON CONTRACT. 4-BDRM. home with living rm.. dining rm., one bdrm., kitchen and bath down. Full basement. Hot air heat. Garage. Full lot with shade trees. Close to public school and town. $10,000 with $1,500 down and balance like rent. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-177-ltc FOR SALE: HOME ON NORTH side, excellent condition. Low down payment. Dial 9756. 63-177-6tc 3-APT. HOUSE NEAR HOSPITAL and Catholic churches. Dial 9602. 63-177-ltc Houses, for Rent 64 PARTLY MODERN, ONE BED- room house, $30.00. Ada Clements. 64-175-tfc HOUSE FOR RENT: PHONE 941S. 64-176-2tp FOR RENT: NICE SMALL N. side home, rent $45.00. Two bedroom S. side home. Rent $50.00. Dial 2184 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 64-175-ltc FOR RENT: COTTAGE NORTH of Hotel Burke, furnished, available at once. Inquire Hotel Apartment for Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc NICE THREE ROOM APT. WITH bath. Unfurnished. Available at once. Dial 9521. 65-175-tfc ONE OF THE BETTER DOWN town apts. 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9376. ' 65-176-6tc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. ' 65-58-ltC COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished Dial 9643, 1121 No. Main/ 65-154-tfc Farms for Sab 67 ?0R SALE;,HIGHLY IMPROVED Carroll County quarter. Close to Carroll. Write Box H. B., c/o Dally Times Herald. -67-177-6tp ,120 ACRES, FA I R IMPROVE- ments, within 15 miles of Carroll. Also two quarter sections. Frank ^oKm^nnJPh^^ Used Cars & Trucks 71 1951 PLYMOUTH SUBURB AN, heater, radio, good rubber. Real sharp."Many more quality used cars at exceptionally low prices. Wlttrock'g. 7W77 -tfc WANT AOS PAY YOU I CASH FOR SOUR II ^ DON'T WANli > Vacation Tune-up Special Check, test, and relet spark plugs, check and set distributor points, ad- Just generator and carburetor, check starter, compression, and fuel pump pressure, set Ignition timing, check 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-ltc New Cars 76 NEW 1957 FORD 4-DOOR FAIR- lane sedan. 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 67-172-6tc Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7420 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate of Martha Schlrck 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 District Court. Leonard Schlrck. Administrator Meyers and Tan Creti, Attorney Dated July 27, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke. Clerk District Court July 29; Aug, 5, 12, 1957 Argentina(Continued from Page l) by almost 250,000 votes- Frondizi, the only announced candidate for president, pleaded for Peronists to vote for his party. v 207,000 for Reds The Communists, who had their own ideas about reforming the government, received- about 207,000 popular votes, far more than they received in previous elections. The election was a resounding victory for the forces of democracy over the lingering Peronism in this troubled country's first election since Peron's overthrow in September 1955. Aramburu said the constitution should be modernized to restrict presidential power so as to bar the rise of future dictators. He promised the assembly a free hand to make whatever changes it sees fit. Mdrgaret Glnn, Eugene Bayer V\ted in Carrol I Margaret Glnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Ginn of Lucas, and Eugette Bayer of Glldden were married in a 9:30 service Satur­ day,.fmorning at SS. Peter and Paiir! Church here. The bride was given In marriage by her father. the double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Robert Klrsch- baum. * * * The bride wore a cathedral-train gown of imported rose point lace Over tulle over taffeta. Scalloped lace was used for the full skirt, extending into a pinnacle train. The fitted bodice with wrist-length sleeves, back closing and Elizabethan waistline were accented with a pointed Queen Anne collar. Her fingertip veil fell from a jeweled crown. The bride carried an Elizabethan garlanded hand bouquet, of fifenched white carnations and bridal ivy and showered knotted satin over looped white ostrich plumes, crowned with a detachable hybrid white orchid. Her arm bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar consisted of white gladioli and carnations tied with Madonna blue satin. * * • Beth Rouse was matron of honor for her sister. She wore a ballerina-length gown of yellow lace over tulle over taffeta and carried a hand basket of yellow majestic daisies and cascading white pompons, with matching satin shower accents. William Meshek was best man. Kenneth Onken and Frank Ginn ushered. The bride's mother wore a navy lace dress with white accessories and a light pink carnation corsage. * * * Immediately following the ceremony, a reception was held at the A. E. Hofstad residence in Glidden with Mrs. Hofstad and Mrs. John Gute as hostesses. The wedding cake was crowned with radiating frenched white carnations. Arrangements of flowers In the bridal colors carried out the decorative motif. ' Mrs. Roger Nielsen and Bettie Shirbroun cut and served the wedding cake. Janet Neubaum served punch and Mrs. Gordon Ginn poured coffee. Gifts were opened and displayed by Ruth Ann Gute. Mrs. Deane Hofstand presided at the guest book. Connie Hofstad, Sally Weller and Sharon Gute served. When.the couple left on a wedding trip to Colorado, the bride wore a brown cotton suit dress with white accessories and a white orchid corsage. * * » The bride Is an elementary teacher in the Glidden Consolidated school. The bridegroom is a contract carrier for the Glidden Cooperative Creamery. Out - of - town guests attended from Chicago, Des Moines, Lucas, Manning, Coon Rapids and Cedar Falls. Times Herald, Can-off, lows 4% Monday, July 29, 1957 }f L. W. Hillyers Give Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs L. W. Hillyer of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of Carroll, gave a dinner party at the Brown Derby Sunday evening. A centerpiece of red roses decorated the table. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Keith and son, Tom, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Scott and daughters, Nancy, Kathy and Mary. Gray; Mr. and Mrs. C- E. Buckner, Audubon; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillyer, Carroll. The remainder of the evening was spent at the Don Hillyer home where the Californians are guests this week. 50 Teen-Agers Attjnd Dance At Country Club Approximately 50 teen-agers attended a dancing party for teenage Carroll Country Club members and friends at the clubhouse Saturday night. They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Moehn and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Sharp. * * * Popcorn and Pepsi-Colas were served during the dance and hot dogs later. The next teen-age dance will be August 24, with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Macke and Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Campbell in charge. Miss lowa- (Continued from Page 1), Rev. Roberts Will Direct Boys' Camp The Rev. Gordon , P. Roberts, priest-in-charge of Trinity Episcopal Church, will be director of the Episcopal Younger Boys Camp at Bishop Morrison Lodge, Clear Lake, from July 30 to August 8. Carroll boys attending the camp are Bill Eckard, Eddie Plotz and Rodney Johnson. Fr. Roberts and the boys are leaving Tuesday morning. James Graham of Spencer will serve as a member of the camp staff. In Fr. Roberts' absence next Sunday, August 4, Judge F. H. Cooney will conduct the 9 a.m. service in Trinity Episcopal Church. CREDIT MAN RETURNS Ted Trieschman, manager of the Credit Bureau, has returned from the Credit Management Institute held last week at the University of Illinois, Champaign, 111. Sponsored jointly by the University 4 and the Associated Credit Bureaus of America, the institute is held annually to give credit bureau and collection service managers t u r t h a r professional training. A feature of this year's institute was the open forum on current business problems. During these discussions, managers from Iowa and twelve surrounding states exchanged ideas for improving credit bureau and collection services in their home communities. Trieschman was one of four scholarship winners to represent Iowa .at the Institute. These are awarded by the State Association of Credit' Bureaus of Iowa, to, those bureaus whose service to their communities and the other state members has been deemed ouUtanding. Personals Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Sweany returned to their home in East Lansing, Mich, Monday, after spending the weekend with Dr. Sweany's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany. They came to attend the wedding of Janet Sweany and William Blackwell, Sunday, at the new Methodist Church. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan B. Blackwell of Desloge, Mo., who came to attend the wedding of their son, William, to Janet Sweany, Sunday, are guests at the home of their daughter-in-law's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany. Mrs. Robert Bailey and children, Kristy, Becky and Robert, of Salem, Ore., are visiting Mrs. Bailey's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wichmer. and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Kratoska, until about Sept. 12, when Mr; Bailey will drive here and they will • return home with him. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Linebarger of Sioux Rapids, formerly of Carroll, visited friends here Sunday. Mrs. Leo D*Saul left Monday morning for Minneapolis, where she is visiting her sister, Mrs. Art Nelson, and attending the annual reunion of their family, the Williams clan. Dolly Ann Harriott of Lake City, who had been visiting for a week with her grandmother Mrs. Dollle Sawyer, returned home Sunday in company with her parent's Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Harriott, who came here after her. Betty Bershled, who is employed in Des Moines, spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Bershied. Her sister Joyce accompanied her to Des Moinea for a few days' visit. Mrs. Edna Gnodonough returned Monday to her home in Llvermore after visiting sine* Sunday morning with her cousin Miss Doris Benn. Howard Signal) of Pasadena, Calif., and Mrs. Harold Shanahan of Omaha spent the weekend here with their parents; Mr. and Mrs. Phil signal}, and other relatives. Howard Signall, who is in Kansas City on business for two weeks, flew to Omaha to join Mrs. Shanahan la coming t« Carroll. I Deaths arid. Funerals HERMAN VENTEICHER Funeral services were conducted at 9 a.m. Saturday at St Mary's Church In Wllley for Herman Venteicher, 74, of Willey, retired farmer, who died Wednes- Earthquake(Continued from Page 1) on North Shore Drive, Clear Lake. Also present for the three days of the pageant were F. A. Dedrick, co-chairman with Mr. Hagan of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce committee: Mrs. Dedrick; Charles E. Knoblauch, Chamber of Commerce manager; Tom and John Burns and Sam Farner. (Miss Morrissey's parents were there Saturday and Sunday and were joined Sunday by her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mai Morrissey. Dr. Rex Hinson, president of Carroll Jaycees, was present for the final event Sunday. All members of the Carroll delegation were due to return home Monday.) Named as first runner-up was Judy Rickard, 20, Chicago, 111., who entered the contest as Miss Story County. Second runner-up was Kathleen Lannon, 18, Mason City, who represented her hometown. Charlene Ruppert, Clinton, was picked as Miss Congeniality by the other 19 contestants. Dancer, Musician Miss Fleck, a dancer and, musician, performed an interpretative dance in the talent contest. She also plays the piano and dances tap and ballet. Five girls were In the final judging for the title. They included in addition to the other three, Charon Smith, Des Moines and Sally Kay Black, Knoxville. The pageant was part of the annual Governor's Days here. About 2,000 persons were on hand at the Surf Ballroom. GOP Protests on Loss of State Jobs DES MOINES (JV-lowa Republican politicians Monday were reported to be protesting because nine fieldmen in the State Department of Agriculture will lose their jobs Aug. 31. Clyde Spry, secretary of agriculture, said he 1c hearing from GOP leaders in various parts of the state. Spry said he would have retained all nine men if the Legislature had not cut into his budget by $64,000 a year. State inspection:; of such business as dairy and food establishments will be reduced. Officials said the department's duties have been increasing much faster than the appropriations voted by the legislature. The department now must license every food establishment and roust administer the egg grading law. In addition, the officials said, there are about 3,000 more gaso line pumps to inspect than there were five years ago. The number of restaurants also has increased by about 800 in the last five years. lieved* fairly complete, but authorities pointed out that remote areas might still be heard from. The only foreigner reported injured was a woman tourist from Brooklyn, Mrs. Sarah Dorfman. She suffered cuts on the arm from broken glass In her hotel room. The quake hit this capital of four million at 2:40 a.m. Sunday, and sent seismograph needles spinning. The city was plunged into darkness. Fire engines and ambulances screamed through the rubble-strewn streets. Communications with the shock areas west of the city were cut off and the gilded symbol of Mexican independence—a winged angel—crashed down from its 155-foot base. Hardest at Acapulco The National Seismographic Observatory said instruments indicated the resort town of Acapulco, 215 miles south of the capital, had borne the brunt of the shock. No one could recall when so severe a quake had struck this sprawling metropolis. On the basis of the seismographs. .Mexico City should have been in ruins and Acapulco almost totally destroyed. Loss of life in Mexico City was limited because of the hour. By day, falling masonry and splintered glass would have caused thousands of casualties. Acapulco's jammed tourist hotels largely escaped heavy damage, but t^e tropical boulevards and twisting streets were littered with glass and mortar. Chilpancingo, a town of 9,000 suffered the worst blow outside Mexico City. Hall its homes were damaged, many of them beyond repair. One of the state capital's leading hotels fell apart. Its proprietor died In the ruins. Following the first and biggest shock early Sunday morning, 30 lesser tremors were registered in the capital during the day. but caused relatively little damage. Nerves of foreign visitors sat- fered considerably. Mexico City's Paseo de Reforma was crowded in the chill dawn with hotel eva- cuess shivering in their night clothes. In the new seven-million-dollar 400-room Continental Hilton Hotel, guests tfapped behind jammed doors in the plush building yelled for help. The lights went out, the plumbing failed and a big crack widened down one outside wall. At first it seemed the hotel might have to be emptied. But normal service was restored and the litter cleaned up enough to permit 80 per cent occupancy by tonight. Managing Director Warren Broglie estimated repairs would cost about $80,000 most in redecorating. Others Hit Badly Other buildings did not fare so well. A 14-story structure housing the Canadian Embassy and former New York Mayor William O'Dwyer's law offices was so badly shaken its tenants were not permitted to visit their premises. Engineers' reports were awaited to determine whether it could be reoccupied. Apartment buildings and skyscrapers in much of the downtown area were under examination to determine their safety. Newspapers quickly came out with demands for stricter building code controls to avert a similar condition in the future. day afternoon at St.,Anthony. H*5 pital after being in failing he* for six months. "^/• Requiem mass *was offered Jtar the Rev. H. J*, Dries, who/ aw gave the sermon 4 attd> off fciate4 ||p: graveside rites in St. Mary's' Cem**?; etery. Pallbearers, grandsons of; Mr. Venteicher, were Duane > add Larry Schmitz, Pcndaj Holing Gary, LeRoy and James ' Ven« teicher, Carroll. , • Relatives attended from Tern* pleton, Mt. Carmel, Dedham, Car-: roll, Coon Rapids, Lidderdale).: Manning, Maple River, Fond& Arcadia and Halbur. Also from away were Sr, Mary Francetta, LaCrosse, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraus, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kraus, Austin, Minn.; Mr. and,Mrs. Paul Venteicher and Mrs. Veronica Venteicher and -son,' Eugene, Fort Dodge: Martin Kraus and Mr. and Mrs. Crist Kriener, Fort Atkinson; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schmidt and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Winter, Waucoma; W. J. Schmitz, Bonesteel. S. D.; and Mr. and Mrs. John D. Schmitz and daughter, Mildred, O'Neill. Neb. Mr. Venteicher, whose wife died In March. 1955, is survived by eight children: Albert Ven- tejeher, Willey; Mrs. George Bierl, Fonda; Edward Venteicher, Manning: Leonard Venteicher, Arcadia; Mrs. Felix Irlbeck, Templeton; Louis Venteicher, Sac City; Mrs. Ott Fischer, St. Benedict; and Mrs. Glenn Rohe, Manning, all of whom were at the funeral rites. He also leaves 46 grandchildren; two great - grandchildren; one brother, John Venteicher, Salem, Ore.; and four sisters: Misses Lena and Mary - Venteicher, Carroll; Mrs. George Schreck, Willey; and Sr. Mary Francetta, LaCrosse, Wis. CALEB C. SQUIBB (Time* Herald New* Bervtec) SCRANTON — Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Funeral Home here for Caleb C. Squibb, 76, of Coon Rapids. • Mr. Squibb died of a heart condition Saturday afternoon at the Greene County Hospital in Jefferson. Susan and Elizabeth Lennox of Chicago, nieces of Mrs. J. W. Hills, are coming Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Hills. $25,000 Damage In Dairy Barn Blaze MONTROSE Of) — A stock and dairy barn on the farm of A. B. Chatfield, north of here, *was struck by lightning Monday morning causing damage estimated at $25,000. The Montrose fire department was unable to save the building or the considerable dairy equipment, hay and produce that it contained. Several calves were saved, however, and milking equipment had been removed Sunday night. Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf and children, Michael, Roxanne and Rae Jean, and Sharon Langenfeld are back from a two-week vacation at Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bier] and eon, Cliff, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bierl and family spent Sunday with the Ed Blerls' aon-m-\aw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Myer, and family at Fort Dodge. The Myers' 23-montb-0ld daughter, Vlcki, was brought home Saturday from the hospital, where she underwent major wrgerjrlaat week. MONUMENTS 7$ Monument! and Markari to Choose from — Buy Where You Can sal What You're Kuying. McPherson- Campbell Co* Acrott from Cemetery "hone mi - Carroll,' Iowa Opon Sundayt t Till I Car Demolished, Horse Killed in Crash DES MOINES «v-A car and a horse collided head-on north of the Des Moines *eity limits Sunday. The horse was Wiled and the car was demolished. Leonard Kreuger. Des Moines, told Polk County Sheriff's officers be was driving south on Merle Hay road when the horse came out on the road. Kreuger said the c 0 1 li s 1 0 n knocked the horse onto the hood of his car where it was carried for 200 feet before he was able to stop. Kreuger and his wife who was riding with him were.uninjured. Des Moines Man Killed by Live Wire DES MOINES <JV-Zacharij Zaj- cew, 45, Des Moines, was electrocuted in front of his home Sunday when he touched a downed power wire which police said carried 2,300 volts. The wire had come down during a thunderstorm. • Zajcew, an immigrant from Germany who had been in this country nine months, was pronounced dead on arrival at a local hospital. His widow and two sons survive him. .••'^'•• ! Mrs. John Schenkelberg Halbur — A«e 67 Arrangements Pending WIT WEDNESDAY, JULY 31 NIGHT SALE Sale Starts at 7:30 O'Clock Sharp . CATTLE One crossbred Guernsey and Swiss milk cow to be fresh soon. 12 WF Hereford steers and heifers, mixed, wt, 250-350. One Hereford bull, 16 month sold, wt., 1000. 10 Mixed steers, wt, 500600. 13 Black calves, some steers and heifers, mixed, wt., 300-400. 5 Dairy heifers, wt., 400. 5 Mixed stock cows. One Angus bull. 3 Fat heifers, wt., 700. 10 Veal calves. HOGS 15 Mixed stock pigs, wtw 80-100. 20 Hamp pigs, wt., 60. , 30 Red pigs, wt., 50. 10 Small mixed pigs, wtw 40. SHEEP 12 Feeding l&mbs 4, 5 Good mouth Carroll East Sal

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