Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 5, 1957 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP ttyANKt *» word*. Ao per word •XASSISIID DISPLAY ttumn toeti u^caSon .except "ialupjiy. KU tf-'l Ss_%««° Saturday, ftegifiar o: ilea fia ,9:80 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. ondey through Friday. tLAMtPII n daya, | ree day*, CLAMIPIID CASH WITH 0*DM per Seenta pet — i ceata ^ _..,», per word , ., 12 cento four daya, per wotd___—.14 cent* a days, por Si* deys, per word_____ Burets Servfaoi 14 HA»UfOm 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, (arm supplies or gift items. 14-I6fl-I8tc Cirdt of Thanks* 3 CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all those who eariie to visit our gift shop, coffee shop, and kitchen during open house, Sunday. St. Anthony Hospital ^ n r - n . r - - - - 3 -'V|- 3 '- lt - c Announcements 6 SHOP AND SAVE NOW III! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture. 6-178-12tc SAVE! SAVEI ON SPORTS equipment. Giant sale now on at The Uptown Club. Up to 80% off on golf, tennis, baseball, and fishing equipment. 14-173-tfc Household Goods SI KEEP COOL IN SUMMER-KEEP warm in winter—Insulate your attic now. Do-it-yourself, Free estimates. Carroll Lumber Co. 51-174-tfc NEW DEHUM1DIFIER, $99.95. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30 Sl-174-tfc REPAIR SERVICE — RADIOS, Television Sets and , Refrigerators. Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. 14-181-etc 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 NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs! For a Free Estate, Dial 2592 Gambles. 14-86-tfr WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — 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 MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN now available for all types insurance. One monthly payment covers all premiums for hospitalization, auto, fire. etc. ^Krajgska^nj^ Personal 9 LEAVING FOR ROSWELL, NEW Mexico, Aug. 11. want rider. Wendell Ryan, Dial 2839. 9-183-3tp FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across street west of Sai?way. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc Where To Go 17 USED NORGE AUTOMATIC washer, 1 yr. old, $100. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 51-87-1 tc USED 5-PC. CHROME BREAK- fast set, $46.00. Matt Furniture Co. 5M83-2tc BRACE YOURSELF FOR A thrill the first time you use Blue Lustre to clean rugs. Matt Furniture Co., 51-183-ltc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: USED 20" BOYS BIKE. Dial 2896. 53-183-ltc 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 Used Cars A Trucks 71 1951 PLYMOUTH SU BUR B A N, heater, radio, good rubber: Real sharp. Many mote quality-used cars at exceptionally low prices. Wittrock's. 71-177-tfc WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a second dar, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Rill Burgess Motors, 7M81-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 bad 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 all makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc The Doily Record JUSTICE COURT Two Fined— Howard W. Rolfs, 25, of Decot- ah, was fined $50 and costs by Justice of the Peace William J. Schmich, here Monday, oh a charge of reckless driving.. Rolfs was arre'sted by Carroll police early Saturday morning., ' Claire L. BoeS, 18, of Wall Lake was fined $35 and costs in justice court here Monday on a charge of leaving the scene of an accident. A car driven by Boes was in collision with an automobile driven by Merle G. Powell, 25. of Logan, at the Intersection of Highway 30 and Seventh Street on Saturday night. No injuries were reported, police said. Tfmee Herald, Cerrefl, few* Mftttttay, Aug, 5, 1957 • J. W. Hills(Continued from Page 5) , •! | , half of the beaten egg whites and pour into a cooled pie shell. Gradually beat into the remaining egg whites: V* cup sugar Spread on top. of the pie and bake 15 minutes in a slow (300-degree) oven. Deaths and Funerals MRS. ANNA DAMtrfH Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Damuth, 92. of North Hollywood, Calif., formerly of Carroll, will he at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Huffman Funeral Home here. The Rev. Norman Hannemann, pastor 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 •ec .-Trea* National Farm Loan • Association Orer Woolworth'a — Carroll 12-2-5tC Instruction 13 BAR-B-Q HEAVEN IS AT CLUB Good Things to Eat 18 CHICKEN 18-150-ltc NO "PRE-COOKED" served at Club 30. JUMBO SHRIMP ! ! ! I SERVED anytime at Club 30. 18-150-ltc PEACHES, $2.19 Brenny's Market. CRATE. 18-183-ltc Business Opportunities 19 DIESEL HEAVY EQUIPMENT We Are seeking men in this area to train for Diesel and Heavy Equipment.,future security are the benefits of* a trained and experienced Diesel Man. If you have mechanical aptitude, write to us for free information without obligation as to how you may become a part of this rapidly expanding industry. TRACTOR TRAINING | SERVICE, BOX T.T.S. Care Daily Times Herald Carroll, Iowa 13-181-8tc Business Services 14 USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "Cheaper because it 's better." Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfc PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL US for quick delivery. Carroll Lumber Co. 14-174-tfc GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occasion. 14-125-Uc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . Photographs, certificates, paint. lags. Three day service. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. < 14-110-ltc Outstanding Opportunity NO SELLING Highly rated national organization will select a distributor to service 50 active local accounts. DELIVER AND COLLECT ONLY for our petroleum product. Experience is not needed. An investment of $2200 CASH REQUIRED to carry the minimum necessary inventory. This $2200 cash investment plus 10 hours spare time each week should net more than $500 each month. Car necessary. Tell about yourself and give phone, address. Write Box Y.E., care Daily Times Herald. Females Help Wanted 22 GOOD QUALITY. CHIEF OUT- side white house paint, $8.98 per gal. Otto's Hardware, Lidderdale. S5-180-6tc FOR SALE: TOUGH, LOW COST, black plastic covers for silage, haystacks, circular corn cribs. Any size available for trench, bunker, stack or upright silo. Less than 2^ cents per square foot. Write for free sample and RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc Vacation Tune-up Special Check, teit, and reset spark plugs, r — check and aet distributor points, ad- price list. R. O. Box 103, Carroll, '• J« 8t . * eneratw ' * n fi carburetor clieck f„,„„ ; ,,, ,i ' • starter, compression, And fuel pump 10wa - 55-181-3tC | pressure, set ignition timing, check FOR SALE: 2 USED OIL CON- version burners with controls <1 Mohawk nearly new); I used lavatory; 1-52 gal. elec. water heater; 1 Furnace blower unit, with cabinet, controls, etc.: 1 Garbage disposal • in sink erator) completely rebuilt, with new disposal guarantee. Champs Plumbing & Heating, 922 No. Adams. Phone 9530 v 55-183-3tc BACK TO SCHOOL SPECIAL: Used Portable TV. See at Sporrer's. 55-183-ltp ^s^» 63 ttery, 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 Houses for Sale 8-APT. HOUSE NEAR HOSPITAL and Catholic churches. Dial 9602. 83-183-etc 3 BEDROOM. ONLY 2 BLOCKS from St. Lawrence Church, 2 yrs. Legal Notices LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone 2889. 22-178-tfc WANTED: LADY WITH RES- taurant experience for night cook. Steady. Apply at Casino Cafe. 22-178-tfc WAITRESS WANTED. PART- time. Brown Derby. 22-179-6tp SECRETARY, WITH SOME shorthand and some accounting or bookkeeping experience. Will pay $50,00 plus per week to right party. All replies confidential. Write Box C, c/o Times Herald. 22-lR3*-3tc NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OP ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, SS. No. 7420 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the underlined has been duly appointed ana qualified at Admlnls- nlH A.1 rnnriitinn I aroo livintr trator Of the estate Of Martha oio. A-i conamon. Large living. schlrck deceased, late of Carroll room, beautiful birch kitchen, j County. All persons Indebted to said full finkhwl hasompnt wondprful i es late are requested to make lm- lun unisnea Dasement, wonaertui medl8te payment: and those having landscaped yard. Attached ga-! claims against the same win pre- Real Estate. Dial 9342. 63-183-2tc ! file In the olflee of the Clerk of the District Court. Leonard Schlrck, Administrator Meyers and Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated July 27, 1957 Alfred J. Ktocke, Clerk District Court July 39; Aug. 5,«12, 1957 NEW 3-BDRM. SOUTH SIDE house. Has lge. modern birch finished kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat. Priced at $12,500 and owner will sell on contract . . . 2-hdrm. north side house. Carpeted living rm. and hall. Tiled bath .--Enclosed back yard. Owner will sell on contract. Sept. 1st poss. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-183-2tc ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Gerald D. Sigler, Coon. .Rapids. Lyle D. Ford, Carroll. Mrs. Charles Warnke, Carroll. Mrs. Marcell M Reising, Wall Lake. Mrs. Arnold Witt, Carroll. Mrs- Albert Nuetzman, Wall Lake. Mrs. Walter R. Hardwick, Brayton. Mrs. Ambrose Schaefer. Breda. Mrs. George Campbell, Audubon. Mrs. Mary Schapman. Carroll. Mrs. Henry M Kitt, Carroll. Joan Wilson, Jefferson. Dismissals- Mrs. Jewell G. Jung, Carroll. Mrs Martin L Vust, Carroll. Mrs. Fred F. Collison, Carroll. Randy Drees. Carroll. Barbara Jo KuU, Coon Rapids. Agnes Bellinghausen, Arcadia. William Tiefenthaler, Carnarvon. Sandra J. Jenkins. Glidden. Mrs. Wayne E. Hoskin, son, Churdan. Ronald Hartwigsen, Glidden. Barbara Jo Sommens, Carroll. Mrs. John H. PawletzW, Arcadia. Darlene Pawletzki. Arcadia. Earl Edward Hanneman, Carroll. Patricia Huey. Akron. O. Mrs. Donald P. Irlmeier and baby, Manning. Mrs. Carroll Zimmer and baby, Vail. Mrs. Ervil C. Tiefenthaler and baby, Breda. Blrthi- Mr. and Mrs Donald W. Roth, Carroll, a son, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Leonard J. Wilkens, Carroll, a son, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs John F. Frank, Carroll, a daughter, Sunday. Never Fell White Cake Small Cake Vi cup fat (half butter, half Crisco* lMt cups sugar 2 cups cake flour ^4 cup water 4 egg whites Wi tsp. baking powder Vt tsp. vanilla Vi tsp. almond . Vi tsp. salt Large Cake * cup fat (half butter, half Crisco) VM cups sugar 2ft cups cake flour 1 small cup water 5 egg whites 2 tsp. baking powder iy« tsp. vanilla lty tsp. almond V4 tsp. salt Make according to directions for any white cake, first creaming the fat and sugar until it is like whipped cream. Add the flour and water, a third of each at one time, beginning and ending with flour and putting baking powder In the last half cup of flour. Do not overheat. Lastly, fold in egg whites, stiffly beaten with ft cup of the sugar in the recipe. Bake in layers at 350 degrees 25 to 30 minutes or a little longeruf put in one pan to be cut in squares. Using all Crisco makes an excellent cake. Half butter and half Crisco gives a butter flavor and retains the fine texture of an all- Crisco cake. Mrs. Hills uses fudge frosting between the layers and seven-minute frosting on top and sides. Intruder May HaveDeliberately 'Courted Death' TIPTON up — Insurance Investigators Monday studied the possibility a Durant farmer had himself killed by a neighbor to collect on a $100,000 life policy. County Attorney Max Werling said Jake Van Dresseldorp, 44, might have "deliberately courted death." He was shot to death last Thursday night by Harry J. Schneider, 62, who farms near Wilton Junction. Schneider said he shot a masked prowler who chased him from the basement of his house to an upstairs room. of Immanuel Lutheran Churili Lidderdale. will officiate. BttrW will be i« the Carrofl "i^W tery. - •'tvV' Mrs. bamuth's' so*, 'fcafM t>*» muth, of NOrth HoUyW6 , d$vw^^ at the funeral home MohdtV from, 7:30 p.m. through thi 4ytoW* « Mrs. Damuth died TJaifsday morning at the North Hollywood Hospital. t BERT PETERSON . >. f (TUnes ttetm Ntwa S*tVM*> SCRANTON - Bert PeteHoil, % of Scranton died at 10:30 'a.ttk' Monday at St. Anthony Hqspitak where he had been a patient eight weeks. The body *ls at the Huffman Funeral Home here, awaiting com* pleti'on of arrangements. MRS. LEWIS HENSEN tTtmet 8erSJ4 N*w* Servfm> SCRANTON — Funeral service* for Mrs. Sarah A. Hensen, 88, of Scranton, widow of Lewis Hensen, will be held in the Huffman Fu- I 3 neral Home, Scranton. at 2 p.m. . .. ... .. . „ ^_ .Wednesday. Pastor M. Jorgensen Authorities identified Van Dres- of the Scranton Lutheran Church Civil Rights(Continued from Page 1) seldorp as the prowler and said a gun he carried was not loaded. Werling said Van Dresseldorp's $100,000 life insurance policy "was in the grace period and due to lapse Aug. 16." A coroner's jury has ruled that the shooting was justifiable homicide in protecting property and family. Van Dresseldorp's irrational behavior may have been brought on by overwork in extreme heat and his war experiences, his wife and his son-in-law, Raymond Van Hanert of Pella, said. He was severely wounded in World War II. Acquaintances said Van Dresseldorp had an outstanding combat record. 3 Brothers and Mother Held In Slaying of Farmer CROSBY, Minn. W - Three young farm brothers confessed »%«»f™ mea f. Ure l u 80 u° formi «* a P«<* to slay their fa- c< ™ mi "* e w ^ re he ther and the youngest of the boys said it will be "dead for this ses- u ..... u. ...... »v. Homes for 64 PARTLY MODERN, ONE BED- room house, $30.00. Ada Clem- _ents ; 64-175-tfc FOR RENT: 7-ROOM PARTLY modern house. Dial 3823. 64-181-3tc TWO BEDROOM rent. Dial 3483 Apartment for Rent 65 Police Drive Opened Against Teen Terrorism NEW YORK W> — New York's 23.000 policemen are on a special alert to block any new outbreaks of teen-age terrorism. Teen-agers have killed two boys and a man in a little more than a week. Acting Police Commissioner James R. Kennedy placed the „ •;• —~r' force on special call Saturday H0 .4 1fl , R i night. A few hours later a gang 64l83-2tci o{ teen-age toughs wounded two men in Brooklyn with a shotgun blast. RUG BRAIDING AND WEAVING. Andy's Rug Shop. 1008 No. Main, Phone 3795. 14-183-6tc CALL 3862—DEPEND ON THOMP- son'a Gleaners modern dry cleaning .and pressing to keep you look- ln| your best every day. 14-183-ltc LATEX "22" WALL PAINT, quick drying, glare-free finish in latest decorator colors. Washable, Use on all interior surfaces. $3.08 gal. $1.35 quart. Davis Paint Store. 14-183-tfc FREE STORAGE FOR ALL WIN- ter -clothes, blankets, etc. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-148-tfc TIME TO PAINT ... AND FOR beauty as well as lasting protection, we recommend Cooka PaM ise us for paint, brushes^ ladders and other needed supplies. Joyce Lumber Co., The Stpia of Service. Hr478-6tc WE CAN USE 3 mora • man to round out our dla- WW* 10 CARROLL COUNTY AUDUBON COUNTY CRAWFORD COUNTY mice! ra WANTED: WOMAN FOR STEN- ographer and general office work, past 30 preferred. McCoy Jklotors^ 22-l83-3tC Malt'Femala Help 23 COUPLE OR LADY TO CARE for aged couple. Live In. John Schulte. Ph. Breda 182, 23-181-3tp Situation Wanted 24 APT. FOR RENT Clark. Call 9607. AT 209 N. 65-180-tfc FOUR ROOM UNFURNISHED apt., two room unfurnished apt. Available August 15. Adults. Morrison Apts. Write Box L. M., e/o Dally Times Herald. 65-181-3tc DOWNSTAIRS APT., 114 NORTH Court. Call 9975 or 2962. 65-182-3tc FURNISHED APT. Ph. 3286. FOR RENT. 65-182-3tc WANTED: HOUSEWORK BY DAY or hour. Dial 3111 after 12:00 o'clock. 24-182-3tc Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED: SALESMAN FOR FUR- niture store. Young man with military service completed. Salary and commission. Opportunity for advancement. Permanent position. Matt Furniture Co., Car- r °N, 25-183-etc Farm Machinery 33 HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in* new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-180-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 50 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 tbs. Free delivery. Richard Briggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5ft west. ^^^^ _ .4H81 -3JC Household Goods 51 LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD iised furniture at Knowlton's Furnltitte, -• 8M3i'tfc ^^^^MitlZOR VACUUM *i ^8nw^fWfi|;Md Service. Rlch- #|rdvRutte^vt»lal 3001, Carroll, ,!7 '" ' . 5H75.tfc DUPLEX, 2 BEDROOM, CLOSE in. Dial 2813 . 65-182-3tc APARTMENTS AVAILABTE": 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 FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltC Mr. and Mrs R. J. Wadlow, 5508 Collensville Road, East St. Louis, 111., a daughter Sunday, August 4. Mrs. Wadlow, the former Carol Davis, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Davis-uf Glidden. Chicago Groin Tta «M Mmrketa *r* raraUhed by UM Humphrey Orals Company Hlga WHEAT Sept. 318 Dec. March May CORN Sept. Dec. March May OATS Sept. Dec. March May SOT Sept. Nov. 333 Si 334* 318 H 1S1\ 131* 134* Low 316* 331* 333* 317 130* iae* 130* 133* Prev Clo 66* 69 71 SO 1 ^ BEANS Jan, 71* \S 247* 239* 343 65* 68* 70* 70* 24S* 237* 241* Carroll Markets GRAIN COOL AND CLEAN, COMPLETE private floor. Can be furnished. Dial 9643. 1121 No. Main. 65-154-tfc 33 FT. MODERN, FURNISHED trailer. Graham Trailer Court, Dial-4122. 65-183-tfc ONE OF THE BETTER DOWN- town apts. 4 rooms and bath. Dial 9378. 55-183-6tC Qa^/iRe/ri on - 51-174-tfc DOWN STAIRS TWO BEDROOM Apt., beat and water, 90S North West St. Dial 3713. 65-183-tfc Farms for Sale 67 WE HAVE RECENTLY LISTED with us a good 320 acre farm in Pocahqntas County, near Fonda and the price is very attractive. The laii^ IS cOl tillable, with (air Improvements, with possession March U 1988. If you are looking for, a good farm, priced right, this will bear investigation. An attractive farm loan can be ar- rawd. Kuhl and Stege,. Fonda, «Jw»a*»-««»"- ;; ."".W-l32-3te' fetalis of Cajro3. About the same time a squad of detectives mounted on bicycles broke up a brawl between two gangs in the Bronx. Police arrested 14 men and boys who were slugging it out with baseball bats, heavy leather belts and iron pipe. The upsurge of juvenile gang­ sterism stirred action and comment from officials and others worried about the problem. Gov. Averell Harriman called on his State Youth Commission to meet with city officials Monday. „„.^„ They will explore ways of ending | Soybeans. No. 2 the crime wave. | corn, No. 2 yellow City Magistrate Hyman Korn ; Oats said on arraigning the 14 Bronx brawlers Sunday: "It is my suggestion that perhaps a curfew of U or 12 midnight, whereby all youngsters under 18 would be off the streets, might provide a solution for this problem." Deputy Police Commissioner Walter Arm said policeman are "almost helpless" in fighting spontaneous teen-age violence. Arm said the situation Is "far from an emergency." But he conceded it is "a critical situation that has been growing for the past two years." Evangelist Billy Graham said at his crusade meeting in Madison Square Garden Sunday night that "most oi the trouble with teenagers comes from children reared in homes where prayer is neglected, the Bible is never opened and church attendance is spasmodic." Starting next Sunday, Graham will speak especially for teen-agers for a week. Close Close 316* -|1^J4 333 * 333 333* 317% §17* 130* ISO* 130* 130* 138* 137 136* 137* 130* 130* 133* 133* 65* 68* 68* 70* 70* 70* 345* 346 337* 337* 341 341* •70* 247 347* 238* 239 342* .$2.21 1.24 - .58 AT LUTHERAN MEET Ed Hobermann attended the Iowa District West convention of the Lutheran Laymen's League at Camp Okoboji Sunday as the delegate from St. Paul's Christian Fellowship Society of Carroll. He was accompanied by Mrs, Hobermann. Also attending. Sunday evening's banquet were Mr. and Mrs. James Thomson and Mr. and Mrs. Otto WlUkopp, Guest speaker at, the banquet was Norman Brbe, attorney general of iowa. The Denison xone of the Lutheran ftaymen'e League was the host f s6wt 1 > <*> Chicago Livostock CHICAGO m — The market on hogs and sows was mostly 25 cents lower Monday, and instances were 50 cents off on butchers weighing more than 240 pounds and sows weighing more than 425 pounds. Around 250 head of No. 1 and 2 210 to 240-pound butchers topped at $22,75. Choice and prime steers were moderately active and steady to strong, selling up to $28.50. (USDA) — Salable hogs 8.500; moderately active, mostly 26 lower on butchers and sows; instances 50 lower on butchers over 240 lb, and on sows over 425 lb; No. 2-3 200-280 lb butchers 22.25-22.66; around 250 head No. 1-2 210-240 lb 22.75; larger lots mixed grades 330-400 lb sows 19.00-20.75. Salable cattle 21,000; calves 300; choice and prima steers moderately active, steady to strong; steers grading good and below, steady to weak; heifers mostly steady; cows steady; bulls about steady; veal- ers fully steady; stockers and feeders steady; more than 6 loads prime steers 25.00-28.00; high choice and prime heifers 25.0028.50; good to average choice grades 21.00-24.50; utility and commercial cows 13.25-16.00; utility and .commercial bulls 15.50-17.50; good and choice vealers 21.0025.00; good and choice 800-900 lb feeding steers 21.00-23.25. Salable sheep 1,000; moderately active, spring and yearling lambs steady; slaughter ewes weak with cull kind 50 lower; good to prftne spring lambs 85-92 lb 33.50-28.00. will be "dead for this ses sion." "That will put the whole civil rights fight over until next January 'When Congress reconvenes," he added. Sen. Humphrey (D-Minn) protested in a statement what he called the "premature burial" of the civil rights bill by some Republican leaders. Both he and Sen. Q'Mahoney said that with sincere efforts on the part of those administering it, the bill in its present form would I represent an important advance in Civil rights. And Sen. H. Alexander Smith (R-NJ) told a television audience Sunday he doubts that Eisenhower would veto the Senate version of the'bill if the House accepts it. "I think the President will see the value In .... the first civil rights legislation passed since the Civil War,'' be commented. Ineffective: Ike While Eisenhower has protested that the measure' is "largely ineffective" In its objective of protecting minority' voting rights, it nevertheless represents in the public mind something of a step forward In the controversial civil rights field. Democrats think an Eisenhower veto would wipe out all of the political credit Republicans otherwise might claim for pushing the bill through Congress. When the Senate passes the bill Eisenhower's forces will bend every effort to get the House to send it to a Senate-House conference committee. They hope there to knock out a Senate amendment requiring jury trials in criminal contempt cases. This amendment is so broad administration officials said it would create chaos in federal law enforcement generally and in operations of almost all government regulatory bodies. will officiate and burial will be in the Scranton cemetery. Mrs. Hensen died in the State Hospital, Clarinda, at 2:15 a.m. Sunday, August 4. She had been in failing health the past year and very ill for the past month. Mrs. Hensen was born Sarah Norton at County Down, Ireland, September 16, 1868. Coming to the United States at the age of %, she settled with her family at Boone. In 1884. she was married at Boone to Lewis Hensen and moved With her husband to Scranton. Mr. Hensen died in 1951. • * • Surviving are a sister. Mrs. Grace Adams of Los Angeles, Calif.; a grandson, Gene Hensen, of Scranton; and several nifties and nephews. Preceding her in death besides her husband were two sons—Walter, who died in 1916, arid Elmer E., who passed away in 1947.* Mrs. Hensen was a past noble grand of the Scranton Rebekah Lodge. admitted it was he who fired the fatal rifle shot. Sheriff Roy Wickland said. Held without charge at Brainerd were Ira Aamodt, 10, and his brothers, William, 13, and Richard, 15. Wickland said Sunday the boys signed statements saying they entered into the pact because their father, Ole Aamodt, 55, had beaten and kicked them last spring at corn-planting time. The youngsters said they took a .22 rifle from their home the morning of July 26 when they went out»t6 finish stacking hay. When the older boys prepared to return to the house, the statements said, they left Ira with 4nW structions to shoot their father tf he came to the field. They said Aamodt had abused them the day before because they had not finished the stacking job. Ira, a slightly built child, walked to the top of a hill and shot his father in the back from about 100 feet, Wickland said. Mrs. Aamodt the next forenoon told neighbors her husband was missing and authorities were notified. Richard and Ira then reported they had discovered the bodl> and they led officers to it. Wickland said William and Richard denied any knowledge of the shooting until Ira confessed. Questioning of the boys began, the sheriff said, after the ballistics checks showed the rifle found in the family home was the one from which the fatal bullet was fired. Mrs. Aamodt, 38, also held, was to be questioned further Monday by County Attorney Carl Erickson. No charges have been filed. # Finoncing*- (Continued from Page l> carryover of money from, one year to the next. Saying "I do not believe in partial financing," Wilson said that under such an arrangement "you start more things than you', can finish with the funds made available and you have a lot of trouble if you engage in such a procedure." Thirty-eight members of the 50- member appropriations group are on record against the proposal which has been passed by the Senate and has been approved by the House Rules Committee J The House has not acted on it Jefferson Girl Hurt in Cor Mishap Joan Wilson of Jefferson, a graduate of the St. Anthony School of Nursing in the class of 1957, sustained a neck injury in an automobile accident Sunday rtfght and was admitted to St. Anthony Hospital as a patient early Monday morning. Her physician said that she will be hospitalized for two or three days. British Forces Group for Attack MANAMA, Bahrein WI-British forces Monday were reported grouping at forward positions ready for attack in revolt-hit Muscat and Oman. Observers here expected the British would join forces) with Sultan Said Bin Tai- mur for a blow at the rebel-held stronghold at Nizwa within 48 hours. An official British spokesman told newsmen they could expect a lull on news from Oman for the next day or two. This was taken as meaning there would be a news blackout in an impending attack. In Cairo, meantime, the rebel Imam of Oman appealed to the United States and Russia to "take appropriate action to put an end to British aggression against the people, of Oman." ATTEND BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Spaen and son, John, spent Sunday with 1 the Spaens' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James V. Gallagher, at Waterloo and attended the baptism of the Gallagher's infant son, Michael Patrick, at St. Edward's Church. Sponsors were Ralph Neppel of Waterloo, formerly of Carroll, and Mrs. Spaen. Mrs. Gallagher is the former Carlene Spaen. ODD PROTECTION Mouth of the sea dragon Is so small that it cannot harm other fish or even defend itself from en* emies. Its sole protection lies in its astonishing shape and appendages. Row Marie Gray of Sioux City arrived Sunday noon to spend a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Gray, while assisting at the F. W. Woolworth S.tora here. She is employed at thi Woolworth Store tn Sioux City. MONUMENTS: li Menumanrt and Markers to' Choete from — Buy Where You Can SU What You're Buying McPherson- Compboll Co. , AereM from Cemetery ) Phone SIM — Carroll, Iowa •. Open Sunday* * Till S ! ATTEND GRADUATION Attending the graduation of Lorraine Hagemann from the Morce- dlan School"of Practical Nurses, St. Thomas Mercy Hospital, in St.; Mary's hall at Marshalltown Sun-; day afternoon ware her parents,; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Hagemann, j of Carroll; Miss Theresa Wernimont of Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hoffman, daughters, Adella and Velma,. and son, Edward, Roselle, and a friend of the Hagemann family, Helen Gilbert, of Waterloo. Miss Hagemann is presently on .night duty at St. Thomas Mercy Hospital. WEDNESDAY, AUG. 7p NIGHT SALE Sole Starts at 7:30 O'Clock Sharp This week's sale has some good consignments of;' calves and yearlings, all local livestock. CATTLE 10 Head Shorthorn steers and heifers, mixed, wt., 500-700. 15 Head Hereford steers and heifers, mixed, wt., 400-500. 10 Mixed steers, wt., 500* 600. One Holstein milk cow to be fresh soon. 12 Mixed calves, wt., 200. 300. One Purebred black Angus bull, 13 moriM old. 5 Stock cows, wt., idOO^ 8 Veal calves. HOGS 20 Mixed pigs, wW, vaccinated long \m$\ 15 Hamp pigs, wt,, m & 12 Small pigs ,.wWip,.j8 SHIIP 12 Feeding lambfj 8 Good mouth e §1 Carroll East Salt

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