Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 31, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 31, 1957
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New Group Of Jaycees Is Honored Seventeen new member couples were guests of honor at a swimming party given by the Jaycees end Jaycee-Ettes Tuesday night at the American Legion Swimming Pool. Swimming, which began at about 9:15 p.m., was followed by a picnic lunch served by the Jaycee-Ettes at Northwest City Park. Sixty members of the two organizations were present during the evening. * » • New members honored were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schleisman, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vogel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Oswald. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mein, Mr. and .Mrs. John Wagner, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lockhart, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Lippincott, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hagedorn, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Otto, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Novacek, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lambertz, Mr. and Mrs. James Vanderheiden, Mr. and Mrs. James Thomsen, Mr. and Mrs. A. A. (Oje) Henning and Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Knoblauch. Arrangements for the e ve n t were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kratoska and Mr. and Mrs. Scott Whitley. Personal Paragraphs Ann Leahy has returned from Milwaukee, Wis, where she attended summer school at Marquette University. Miss Kirkpatrick Is Engaged To Thomas McGrane Mrs. Kenneth M. Kirkpatrick of Clare announces the engagement of her daughter, Beth, to Thomas J. McGrane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGrane of Carroll. Mr. McGrane is a student at Creighton University, Omaha, and a counselor at Boys Town, Neb. His fiancee has a secretarial position in Omaha. Times Herald, Carroll, lows Wednesday, July 31, 1957 Newest Slip Covers Maurice Nieland Honored at Party On 11 th Birthday Maurice Nieland was honored on his 11th birthday at a party given Sunday by his mother, Mrs, Andrew Nieland, at their home, Route 3, Carroll. Guests in addition to Maurice's grandmother, Mrs. Will Staiert, were 18 classmates and other friends. The afternoon was spent playing games and taking part in relays and a scavenger hunt, directed by Maurice's sister, Mary Carol. • • • A two-course lunch was served by Marlene and lone Nieland. The table was decorated with a basket arrangement of garden flowers and miniature "hobo" bags. This casual theme was also carried out In the other decorations. Each boy was given a "hobo" bag as a fa vor. Maurice was presented with birthday gifts. — Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Prenger and children. Linda, Richard and Steve, returned Monday evening from Birmingham, Mich., where they visited Mrs. Pf enger's brother-in-law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. J. C. Cullen, and family. Mrs. Cullen is the former Geraldine Heath. INDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) "Tho Rock" AIR CONDITIONED COOL CGfifFOUT CARROL). • Starts Sunday Pot Boone • • * • ~~ in his mptioiT^g picture! loth Century-Fox Carroll Golfers Win Prizes at Harlan Open Day " Prizes were won by three of the 11 members of the Carroll Country Club who took part in the women's open golf tournament at the Harlan Country Club Tuesday. Ann Leahy was the winner of the first flight in 18-hole competition; Mrs. B. G Halverson, who tied for first place in the second flight, won on the draw; and Mrs. Martin Schmeiser was runner-up in the fourth flight. * * » Others attending from Carroll were Mrs. H. L. Silsb'y, Mrs. Clem Determan, Mrs. W. S. Farner, Mrs. Don White, Mrs. Florence Wagner, Mrs. Robert Matt, Mrs. C. M. Maddy and Mrs. E. M. Feld. Ninety-three golfers played in the tourney. Leonard Sharps Entertain For Eugene Motters 'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sharp and daughter, Virginia, entertained Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter and their grandson, Nile Motter, of Mason City, at a barbecue dinner at Lakewood Park Monday evening. Honored were Mr. and Mrs. Motter, who celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. Nile Motter is visiting his grandparents this week. Mary Lou Roth of Omaha Honored at Bridal Shower Here Mrs. Joe Schroeder of Carroll and daughter, Mrs John Kramer of Scran ton. gave a miscellaneous shower at Mrs. Schroeder's home Saturday night for Mary Lou Roth of Omaha, fiancee of Mrs. Schroeder's son, Lowell Michael Schroeder. Twenty - two guests attended. Concluding an evening of 500 and pinochle, lunch was served and the gifts were opened. ' ;* * * Mrs. H. J. Olerich won the high score 500 prize and Mrs. Ben Schroeder, low; Mrs. Frank Schroeder of Wall Lake, the high score pinochle prize and Mrs. Nick Kramer of Coon Rapids, low. The chair prize went to Mrs. Elizabeth Determan of Breda. Miss Roth and Mr. Schroeder will be married August 10 at St. Francis Church in Omaha, II it II* e«,o««y DELUXE C|NBMASCOP6 Fret 8x10 Photo of Pot Boone to the First 500 Teen-Age Girls Buying a Ticket THUR. • FRI. • SAT, "Kranos" end "She Devil" f XjBitUi*/ Intertsjnmtnt ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) BUCK NIGHT Special Delivery Treasure Ruby Hills" CARROLL OUTDOOR THCATHE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. WO A H S Willi f XCIIIAKNI ' i QUIETGUN . J KUW MAU TUCKER • CORDAY 4IMAUCON iMm eWv wsvWsjV 'jeR ^ Mrs. L. Ray Chapman and daughters, Kathy and Robin, who spent four weeks with Mrs. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. .1. Franzwa, and Mr. Chapman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chapman, left Monday night for their home at Thornwood.'N; Y. During that time, Mrs. Chapman spent 10 days In Denver, joining Mr. Chapman while he was there on business. They also visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. O. Arthur Mlnnlch Jr. and children, Corey. Scarlett and Jeffrey, accompanied by Mrs. Minnich's brother, Robert Pettigrew Jr. of Casper, Wyo., returned Monday from an eastern vacation trip'. Mr. Minnich, a major in the U. S. Army Reserve, spent the first two weeks of July on military duty in Chicago, where he was joined by Mrs. Minnich and family and her brother. The six went on to Lancaster, Pa., where they visited Mrs. Minnich's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Stainton, and to Tappahannock, Va., where they were guests of Mrs. Minnich's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Pettigrew. They also visited restored Jamestown and Williamsburg, attending Jamestown's 350th anniversary. Mr. Pettigrew, who returned here with the Minnich family, left for Casper Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harden and daughters visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Red Kadding and family at Casey. Mr. Harden and Mr. Kad­ ding are friends of navy service. Sunday evening the Harden family were supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Petersen and family near Casey in observance of Mrs. Petersen's birthday. Mrs. Harden is a cousin of Mr. Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse returned Monday from a vacation trip of nearly two weeks in Colorado, where they visited various national parks. Mrs. Darrell J. Berg of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wuebker qf Arcadia returned Monday afternoon from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited over the weekend with, Pvt. Berg who is stationed at Fort Carson. They went to various places of interest in that area. Pvt. Berg is addressed: Pvt. Darrell J. Berg, U. S. 56290990, C Btry., 26th F. A. Bn., 9th Inf. Div., 8rd Platoon, Fort Carson, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Wtiisler of Manzanita, Ore., left Tuesday evening to visit relatives at Emerson, la., after being guests of Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lehman since Monday. Mr. Whisler is Mr. Leh man's uncle. Kathryn Ann Lehman returned Tuesday night from Omaha, where she spent a month with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tyson, and their son, Jim. Doe* your room need a new look? Rejuvenate your chair*, sofa* with fresh slip-covers — easy to make with these clear step-by-step directions! Instructions 7168 has step-,by- step directions for making slip covers for chairs, sofas. Send .Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 1B8, Old Chelsea Station", New York U, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Jseedlecraft Book for 19571 Plus a variety of designs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery, buck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 35 cents fori your copy of this needlecraft book —now! I Breakfast Courtesy for Mrs. LW, Hi I Iyer Mrs, Don Hillyer entertained 10 guests at a breakfast in her home Tuesday morning, honoring Mrs. L. W. Hillyer of Long Beach, Calif., formerly of Carroll. Colonial lady figurines with nosegays decorated the serving table which was covered with a lace cloth. Miss Wilma Mohler poured coffee. * • * Guests were members of the T.O.B. Club and other friends. Mrs. L. W. Hillyer was a member of the club when she lived here. The hostess presented a gift to the honored guest and also to Mrs. J. S. .Wiseman of Austin, Tex., who Is a niece of Mrs. John E. Tucker. Louie Bauers Entertain For Guests from Chicago Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bauer entertained at supper in their home Monday evening for Mr. and Mrs. William Zipse of Chicago, who are visiting relatives and friends in the Westside area. In addition to the Chicago couple, there were places for Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen and son, Gordon, of Westside. Mrs. Amelia Lussman of Arcadia, Mrs. Bauer's father, Fred Lehmberg, and Mr. and Mrs. Bauer and daughter, Betty. Mrs. Albert Puck's Birthday Observed At a Dinner Party (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Puck entertained at a 5:30 dinner Sunday evening in observance of Mrs. Puck's birthday. Guests were members of the Saturday Night Pinochle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rix and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Puck and family. Mrs. Jul Musfeldt scored high at cards; John Schrum, second and traveling; and Mrs. Albert Puck, low. «- CCHIT — Ladies! Thurt. and Friday Nights Take Your Pick of Kitchen Tools • You Missed Getting One This Is Your Chance to Pick It Up? If ts go Pancing' FRIDAY AUG. 2 In Pe rson Composer end Singer •f Hits EDDIE HOWARD fir Wis Orch. Mm, fl.54 (plus Tex) D. C. Contract Club Has Biweekly Luncheon and Bridge Members of the D. C. Contract Club met in the dining room of Hotel Burke Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs.-G. Smith Thomas as table hostess. Contract bridge followed a 1 o'clock no-hostess luncheon. * * * Winners of score prizes were Mrs. E. J. Kratoska, Mrs. M. J. Kelly and Mrs. W. R. Lee. At a similar meeting in two weeks, Mrs. Kelly will be the table hostess. P.W.O. of Manning To Hold Meeting in Park There Friday (Times Herald Newt Serrlee) MANNING - The Presbyterian Women's Organization will hold its meeting at the City Park Friday, Aug. 2, at 2 o'clock. A lea? son on "Foreign Missions" will be given by Amanda Sievers. The group will have a sack lunch. In case of rain, the meeting will be held in the church. Lake View Boosters Appreciate Courtesies Shown Them Locally * • 'Mayor A. N. Neu has received a letter of appreciation from the Lake View Commercial Club for courtesies in connection with the summer carnival caravan here last week. "I thought this letter would be of interest ... in our policy of building up good relationships with surrounding communities," Mayor Neu said. The letter follows: Dear Sir: "The Lake View Commercial Club and the Summer Carnival committee would like to take this opportunity to express to you their sincere thanks for the courtesies rendered through your office in connection with our. Carnival Caravan visit on Wednesday, July 24. "As mayor of Carroll, we feel that it should be brought tq your attention that the efforts of your local police officers far exceeded the ordinary. Through the efforts of your municipal government, we consider our visit to Carroll ah outstanding success and you, as mayor, may take great pride in the courtesy of the various representatives of the city. Yours very truly, Wayne Wessman, President Ernest Walter, Chairman More Than 15,000 At Black Hawk Lake Summer Carnival (Time* Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - More than 15,000 people attended the Black Hawk Lake summer carnival over the weekend. People of Iowa, Nebraska, Minnesota, Illinois, Arizona and a number of other states came to witness the event. Winners of the kiddie parade Saturday afternoon were: Dolls and stuffed toys — Irene Peters, first; Nova Nelson, second; and Rebekah and Susan Dankel third; costumes — Thyla Durst, first; Becky Nelson, second; and Evan Gantz; tricycle winners — Tim Kelly, first; Karla and Karlene Bahrenfus, secondi and Gay Fee, third; bicycle winners — Dean Stock, first; Mary Nelson, second; and Michelo Borrons, third; toys on wheels — Lyle Lilie, Bobby Baird and Chuckie Lierman, second; and Wendy Tofte, third; two - legged pets — Jerry Bugge; four-legged pets — Steve McConnell, Craig Bugge and Gene Miller. There were 60 entries in the kiddie paraoe and the Boy Scout color guard led the parade and the Lake View school band marched at the head of the kiddies. Judges were: Mrs. David Bentley, Sac City; Mrs. Al Derner, Auburn; and Mrs. Frank Schmidt. Winners of the parade of floats on the lake were: Professional — first, Koessel Market, the Williams Milling Co. and F r a n k's Heating and Plumbing. There was a three-way tie for second place among Lake's Dairy, Baird's Electric, - Frozen Frontier a n d A & W Drive-In, Gamble's Store, Parkinson Furniture, Christie's Plumbing shop and the Deur Drug Co.; Egyptian Burial Vault Co., Lake View Concrete Tile Co., Mid-States Equipment Co. and the Lake View Resort. In' the amateur contest, prizes were awarded to Liechty and Reckoff. The second prize went to the Sac Kiwanis Club. Mrs. LaRae Fsrrell and family moved Tuesday from an apartment at 1108, North Main Street Into the residence at 631 West Second Street. Lloyd Smidts of Texas Conclude Visit in Auburn (lime* Herald Newt Servlee) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smidt and son, David, returned to their home at Phair, Tex., Sunday after a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Abney. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Derner and Marian Schulte of Auburn and Sharon Frieden of West Bend vis- jlted Friday evening in the home of Henry Derner at Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nichols and son of Santa Ana, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nichols of Lake City were Wednesday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reo Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluver and family at Lake Park. Mrs. W. A. Buttolph was hostess to members of the Amity Club at her home in Auburr Wednesday afternoon. Bridge was played at two tables. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Blanche Garnatz, Mrs. Anna O'Tool and Mrs. Rose Ramsey. The hostess served -refreshments. , Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Lesle, Mrs. Christena Hunziker, Mrs. Anne O'Tool, Mrs, Hulda Brinker and A. E. Luckow had a picnic supper at Black Hawk Lake Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Waldon Kent, and Mrs. Lydia Kent, in company with Mrs, Lyle Sharp and son of Illinois, visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilhoite and family at Wall Lake. Sharon Frieden returned * to West Bend Sunday evening after a week's visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Derner. Social Calendar Thursday- Ladies Aid Society flower show- and guest day, Lutheran Church parlors. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday- Senior Immaculate Guild potluck dinner, St. Joseph's hall. Rosary and Altai Society, SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium. Women's golf event, 3:30 p.m. Country Club. Lake View Jumper-Drew! i Class of '55 Holds Reunion (Tlmee Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW - The class of 1955 held a reunion and picnic at 30 Acres Sunday. All but seven members attended. Several of the 30 present were from out of town. A-2c Delane Broughton of Minneapolis came to attend the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Peters and family of Pomeroy and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Watson of Rockwell City were Sunday guests in the Stephen R. Murphy home. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Corey and daughter, Margaret, of Dunlap were weekend guests in the Lewis Lorey and William Dean homes. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Freese of Sioux Falls, S. D., were weekend guests of Mrs. Anna Freese. There was a Freese family picnic at Lake Aerohead Sunday. The Henry Freeses of Sioux Falls, Mrs. Anna Freese, Mr. and Mrs. Reider of Wall Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Freese and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters attended the picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peters and son of Odebolt and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilson and children of Sioux City were Sunday evening supper guests in the Joe Peters home. Sunday guests in the Don Cook home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bendixon arid Fred Nurse' of Mallard, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hadley and son of Lohrville and Jerry Hadley and friend of Waverly. Betty Cleveland has returned from a 10-day vacation visit with friends and relatives at Park Rapids and Minneapolis, Minn. Guests Sunday in the Charles Warswick home were: Dr. and Mrs., C. S. Stokes .arid family of Lime Springs, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Goodenow. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Goodenow and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Goodenow and family of Battle Creek, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kimball of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. A R. Koch of Ida Grove and Mrs. John Goodenow of Battle Creek. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Anderson arid two sons of Ames were weekend guests in the Warswick home. Mrs. Anderson is a daughter of the Warswicks. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cavenaugh and sons of Davenport and Mrs. Ralph Wicker of Ft. Dodge are spending this week in the Ralph Wicker, cottage at Provost. Mrs. Cavenaugh is a granddaughter of Mrs. C. C. Wetzstein and a daughter of the Wickers. Kenneth and Sandra Hogland of Kansas City, Mo., are visiting in the Wayne Wessman home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ricketts and granddaughter, Jeannie Rose, and Steve Van Dyke, all of Wichita, Kan.,-were—Friday until Sunday visitors in the Ross Eldridge home. Mr; and Mrs,; Doyle Prescott returned from their wedding trip to California Friday evening. They are making their home in the Canady apartment. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Downey of St. Printed Pattern 9097 SIZES 10 — 20 try 11taifc *lTI<tff£ Sundress for summer — jumper with companion blouse tot fall. Any way you wear this versatile style—It's flgruVe flattering! Make several versions for every, day In cotton, linen, rayon. Printed Pattern—easy-sewing! Printed Pattern 9097: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14. 16. 18, 20. Size 16 dress 3% yards 33-lnch. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Erma Aron On Program Of Lutheran Aid Miss Erma Aron of Lidderdala, who is home after teaching in American Schools In Germany for three years, will show colored slides of flowers in various countries at a flower show and guest day meeting of the Ladies Aid Society <tf St. Paul's Lutheran Church at 2 p.m. Thursday, August 1, in the church parlors. Miss Aron will show tulip festival scenes in Holland, flowers blooming in the Holy Land when she spent the last Christmas season there, and garden views in various parts of Europe. Miss Aron, a former member of the Carroll Public School faculty, will teach in Ames the coming year. Guests at Thursday's meeting will be members of the Ladies Aid Societies of the Lutheran Churches in Auburn and Lake City, additional to Carroll guests. Louis were Friday evening visitors in the Arnold Kelly home. Mrs. Downey is a sister of Mr. Kelly. LADIES AID MEETS (Time* Herald Newi Servlee) WESTSIDE - Ladies Aid Society of the St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church met Wednesday afternoon in the church basement Mrs. Art Elias, president, presided Ten members and U visitors were present. Visitors were Michele and Becky Fielder of Glidden, Mrs. George Mayard, Mrs. T. C. Buton, Mrs. Carl Segebart, Mrs. George Luetje. Mrs. A. G. Schoenjahn, Mrs. Anna Campbell, Mrs. Dora Hammann, Mrs. Elsie Schroeder and Mrs. Henry Kroeger. Following the business meeting and program, refreshments were served by Mrs. Henry Wilken. Group Returns to Baltimore After a Visit in Lake View (Times Herald Newt Berries) WALL LAKE* - Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cave and Mrs. G. A. Seling and son, Jerry, left Tuesday night for their home in Baltimore, Md., after a 10-day visit in the Adolph. Keiser home and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Neu of Arcadia and, Sally Terlisner of Minneapolis, Minn., spent Sunday afternoon and evening with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Terlisner. Mrs. Ida Crowe spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. Kate Okerstrom, at Cedar Falls. Richard Nomsen of Hampton, who was en route to Guthrie Center, was an overnight guest Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otic Nomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Frerichs and daughter of Newell spent Saturday afternoon in the August Frerichs home. Mr. and Mrs. R L. Goodenow and John spent tht weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Loomis of Red Oak at their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson and family in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs t H F. Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schroeder and Mrs. Nona Mae Heidenreich, Holley and Joe, attended the Aschinger family reunion at Harlan Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ballard of Wellsburg, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ballard of Ackley. Mr. and Mrs. Irven Long of Rembrandt, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Long of Albert City, Mrs. Charles Langfritz and Mrs. F. T. Martin were guests at lunch Thursday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ballard 'following graveside services for Frank Bollman of La Porte City. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nelson and son, David, of Rock Island, 111., arrived July 23 and visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. August Quistorff, and other relatives and friends until Saturday afternoon. Thursday afternoon they called in the Lavern Long home at Odebolt and the Kenneth Long and Don Long homes at Lake View. Thursday evening they were guests in ! the Harry Bodwell home. Friday afternoon they visited in the Chester Frank home. Mr. and Mrs. J, W. Harrington returned to their home in Chicago Tuesday night, following a week's visit with Mrs. Harrington's mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Loew. • The New England states are Main, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. I VV I N LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA FLOYD WARREN Plsylng Mixed Dance Musle as You THURSDAY, AUG "l Admission 7SV Par Person (Tax Inch) Plan on attending the Labor Dey Celebration FREE DANCI - Music by Jay and His Orch. ' SEPT, % 1M7 August Sole of Linoleum and Tile ARMSTRONG CORLON - EXCELON CONGOWALL - ASPHALT Out Entire Steek en Sale at Big Discount Prieo* Inlaid Linoleum and Corlon Entire Stock Reduced up to One-Had and More —$1.25 sq. yd. Truck load Discount Prices Low as ,',.-.„;,-„.,„„ CONGOWALL Reg. *le Running Poet THIS SALE ONLY! 49« Lin. Pt. EXCELON TILE Low as 13c *q. ft. SEE THE LARGE SELECTIONI CHOOSE TILE NOWI ASPHALT TILE Hurry In for Special Discount Prlcesl Felt Bote Linoleum Good quality, wide selection in stock. Greatly reduced for this sale. 98c iq. Yd. Plastic Wall Tile 13 Patterns In Stock No waiting for tile to be ordered. Come in and pick up what you want. Buy Now and Save $ $ $ Low as 25C sq. ft. Pros Estimate Gladly Furnished Formica Prices cut! Buy, save at this special' low price. 75c Sq. Ft. 411 North West It. Phone 9SM

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