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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 7, 1957
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Missing Iowa Moti Located In N.H.Camp BLOOMFIELD (A —. The search for James C. Gilfillan, missing State University of Iowa student, was at an end Wednesday and his parents in Bloomfield were looking toward to a reunion with him soon. Gilfillan, 21-year-old son of Dr. and Mrs. C. D. N. Gilfillan, has been located at WoUeboro, N.H. where "he has been working since he disappeared mysteriously last March 20 from Iowa City. To Pay Reward The parents had offered $1,000 reward for information leading to the whereabouts of their son. They said Wednesday the reward will be paid to a man who located Gilfillan in New Hampshire. It. came about this way: The Associated Press carried a news story Monday of the parents' reward offer and a wirephoto picture of the son. Charles A. Severance of WoUe­ boro saw the news story and picture in a Boston newspaper. He recognized Gilfillan as a young man working at the Allan A Resort in Wolfeboro. No Explanation Severance wired the^ GiHillans about his discovery and was able to put them in touch with the son by telephone. They talked with him Tuesday and while he did not explain the reason for his disappearance he told them: "The farther 1 went away, the harder it was to come back." The Gilfillans said the son promised he will return home soon. He had been working at the resort under his own name. When he left Iowa City he borrowed $5 from a roommate at the university and was last seen carrying. a suitcase containing mostly books. Army Officer, Lost in Wilderness 12 Days, Walks Out to Safety on Logging Road EASTON, Wash. 1*1 Twelve he walked out to safety on a log- frustrating days of aimless wan- ging road, derings in the Cascade Mountains Limping slightly from a sprained knee, Lt. Robert M. Hayashida was otherwise unhurt, although he was tired, hungry and grimy from his 12-day ordeal The 22-year-old officer from Minneapolis, a c o mpa n y com- west of bere ended for a rugged young Army officer Tuesday when Favoritt Doll Mrs. Holmes and Daughter Fly Bock To Los Angeles, .Call mander at Ft. Lewis. Wash., van^ ished July 25 when he left his temporary station at the Yakima firing center on a fishing trip. Hayashida, whose wife and two children have gone to Tokyo, said he made camp on the south shore of Lake Cle Elum July 25 and started walking -north in the direc- 12 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 7, 1957 tion of some potholes he had rioted on a map* before leaving the firing center. Hayashida said he was unable to locate' the, potholes and became lost when he attempted to return to his camp. Hayashida said he ate Army rations until they ran out and then subsisted solely on huckleberries. He said he injured his knee in a fall the day, after he became lost. The former paratfooper said he sighted Lake Ka<Shes3i a lake west of Lake Cle Elum, a number of times but he said he Was completely frustrated in his attempts to reach the lake. < "I would sight it from a ridge," Hayashida said, "and I would strike out for it, and then,get lost in the valleys." Hayashida finally reached safety by walking toward the sun each afternoon.. He eventually reached a logging road and flagged down a truck driver. Wives often discover that some ot dad'fc'.oldest socks just aren't worth,;* darn, . , . (Time* Herald New. Serriee) . LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Marvin Holmes and daughter left, by plane for their home in Los Ange les, Calif., after a week's visit in the E. E. Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. Mr and Mrs. Bob Gantz and sons,! were Sunday guests of the Scotts Bruce •:. Gantz and Steve Hanson are at the Boy Scout camp at Lake- Okoboji this week. Mr. and Mrs. L D. entertained at their cottage at Lake Wood Sunday. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Bruner, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Williams, Keith and Shirley, and Esther Brunei", Rockwell City; and Mr, and Mrs. Ray King, Sac City. , ... , Mrs. Viola Wayt of Boone spent Saturday and Sunday in the Charles -Spencer homo. Mrs. Wayt and the. Spencers attended a . picnic supper in the Mrc. Tom Godwin cottage. Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Cullings and .son, Charles, of Exira were guests of Tom Godwin of Exira. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lenth and ^children, and Mr. and Mrs. .Ray Hoist of Traer were Saturday visitors in the Vern Silver home. The Lenth children are staying with their grandparents this week while their parents are on vacation. Mary Jo Drilling took young people'from Early, Rockwell CJty -and .• Jolly to Humboldt t for an MYF. meeting on Sunday. .. The Harlan Flink family is back from a vacation trip to Leech Lake, Hibbing and Duluth, Minn , Mr,v«nd Mrs. Roy Ferguson and -Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Hunter visit ed in the F. G. Oliver home in Onawa Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ellis . and daughter of Sioux City visited, Sunday and Monday in the .Burt Ellis home. ^ Mr." and Mrs. Don Cook and Merri and Wally Hadley attended a family gathering in the Stanley Reinders home at Graettinger Sunday. The party honored : the . .birthdays of several members of the family. . Mr., and Mrs. Frank Zimmer took her mother, Mrs. Marie Kay, to Conrad Friday evening. She was met there by a son who took . her to De Pew for a visit. Mrs ." Kay had visited here for two weeks. * Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zimmer we^e dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Grill. In the afternoon they and Mrs. Elsie-Zimmer . of Ida Grove visited relatives at Onawa and Woodbine. J5. P. Kettering and family attended a gathering of former Air Force men and their families at Spencer Sunday. Curly-top, a child** favorite doll . . . yours, too, she'* so easy to make! Her clothes are Just what a. tot likes . . . just like hers. Go on and off easily. Pattern 7881: transfer, directions for making 13-lnch doll'and clothes; pattern. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each- pattern tor lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly XAMK, AI). DBESS, ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. A .bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Neediecraft Book for 1957! Plus a variety of designs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery,- huck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this, neediecraft book— now!. : . . Auxiliary at Auburn Plans County Meeting • (Time* »er»l4 Newi Service) AU^URN-The Auxiliary of Legion Post 284 met Thursday eve ning at the Community Building '." with 22 members present. Mrs. E. JB. Coyne, president, conducted the meeting at which time plans were ' made for.the All-County Legion Auxiliary meeting to be held in Auburn in September. -A film on "Retarded Children" was shown. Miss Catherine Reardon and her " wmmittee served lunch. Don Tjadens Attend His Twin Brother's Wedding '.. (Times' Herald News •Serriee) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Don Tjaden went to Waterloo Friday and Saturday they attended the wedding of Mrs. Tjaden's twin toother, Donald Thayer, to Rose $arie Shanon at Calmer. They returned home Saturday evening! Dinner, guests Sunday in the Wilmer Hanson home were: Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wicker and daughter, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs., Vernon Wicker and sons,' Mr. arid Mrs. Herman Klemesrud, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. War- fen Hanson and family and Mr. and Mrs., Gus Noyd, Odebolt; Emii- Thiessen and Mrs. Elsie Anderson and daughter. The Duane Wicker family were weekend guests in the Hanson home. Mrs. Mary Stoakes of Oakland, Calif., was a Thursday afternoon and supper guest in the Oscar Weitzel home. Mrs. Stoakes, a former resident, was a guest of Mrs. Ruby Coyne. ' Mrs. Robert Wright and children were guests in the Don Crampton home at Deloit from Tuesday, until Thursday of last week. '\ J Mr. and Mrs. Herman Klemesrud' of Cedar Rapids were overnight guests. Saturday in the Vernon Wicket home. Bonnie Lahr of LeMars arrived Sunday and is a guest of Virginia Swieter until the later part of the week. • -* - • • i. Friday evening guests in the Carson Cram home were Mr. and Mrs. Alva Haines, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Summers of Lbhrville, Mr. a.nd Mrs. A. B. Canady and Mrs. George Smith and children of Od- ebojt. ',>;;, :, 'Wjjt-. and Mrs. Burt Ellis returned 4iom aweek's - visit in the Chris peters home at Des Moines. They left; Mrs,' Peters improving since her recent operation. Janet Staab returned Sunday evening &om a three-day visit with \ia_ sorority sister, Barbara Burris'i \ iii^|linneapolis. Mrs. Jaok Smith went to Iowa City Wednesday for her son, Bill, who has\ completed* his summer school course. Mrs. Smith and Bill left Thursday of this week for a six-week .visit with relatives in Clinton, Okla, , Mr. and Mrs. B.'J. Schwarzkopf, Paul, Steven and John were Sunday guests, in the Philip Schwarzkopf home at Adel. Mr. and Mrs, Hans Schmidt and son, Bob, arid Eddie- Gerdes spent Sunday in New Ulm, Minn. NAMED 'ELECTRIC QUEEN' MOUNT PLEASANT UV-A 16- year-bld farm girl has been chosen' MissElectrification by the Southeast Iowa Electric Co-Operative Assn. at its meeting here. She is Roberta Davis, daughter of Mr. and -Mrs, Luther Davis who farm southeast of here. LODGE MEETS . < Times BnM Mew* CerviM) AUBURN - Members of the Royal Neighbor lodge wiet Thurs* day at the farm home of Mrs. Carl 3»*re. A picnic dinner ,was. served. •INN afternoon was spent with bu#la«» and socially. BIG CATTLE ENTRY LIST DES MOINES (* - Exhibitors from seven states will have nearly 1,600 head of cattle on display at the Iowa State Fair Aug. 23-Sept, 1. The entry lists Includes 280 Aberdeen Angus animals to lead all breeds. dollars power on FRIDAY AND SATURDAY IN CARROLL! MEN'S SUMMER SUITS Values to 3995 Never wilt you have • better chance to save on a cool good looking f a m- out label tropical suit. Orion and wool fabrics, prices smashed. One Group Broken Sizes Values to $65.00 . . . MEN'S YEAR-ROUND SUITS MEN'S SEERSUCKER AND COTTON SLACKS Sale $1.88 MEN'S DRESS SHIRTS On* group of pastels with French cuffs. $1.00 MEN'S SLACKS WASH AND WEAR No Ironing Necessary. Hurry for These! $7.95 Value MEN'S STRETCH SOX Values to 85c Sale MEN'S STRAW CAPS 48c 98c Value Be Here When the Doors * • Open for Big Savings Thursday, Friday & Saturday Boys' Shorts Still plenty of hot weather for the boys to wear these walking shorts. $1.38 «"> $1.88 MEN'S SUMMER Sport Shirts Now's the time to stock up on-sport shirts for this summer and many summers to come: Famous brands, knits and tailored shirts. Nothing, held back . . . everything goes ... at deeply cut prices that will get action FAST. Come early! Priced for a Fast Sell-Out! Values to $4.95 MEN'S Straw Hats Stock up now on the 1 patterns for now am mer. [ood looking next sum- $4.98 Values $1.88 MEN'S Dress Shirts A Whites in summer weaves, fancy'] colors in link cuff and regular I cuff for Dollar Days. • ' For $5.38 vVHAT j» A SALE 'J'XIIIIM* 11 ^ BOYS' Sport Shirts Knits - Broadcloths, Prints Boys 1 Faded Denim Leisure Slacks these are dressy enough to wearto church or school. Buy now! Nearly All Sizes Ventilated and Crepe Sole OXFORDS Odd lots Value* to $13.95 MEN'S TIES All shapes, all colors. Out they go! ..•.<•• Values to $1.50. $5.00 BIG SMITH DENIM JEANS $2.38 SIXM lto* BOYS' JEANS $1.68 10 to 1* * I.TO Boy's 2 tot WESTERN JEANS o oti M>n '* to on ^AiiiQ ; 29 to 38 fAt'O' . :i© l t , ?V$2.58 u' Wn v Don't Worry About Fit . . . Alterations Are Always Free At Eddie Quinn's Open Friday Night TiH 9;30 p. m.

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