Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 10, 1957 · Page 7
Get access to this page with a Free Trial
Click to view larger version

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

Carroll, Iowa
Issue Date:
Saturday, August 10, 1957
Page 7
Start Free Trial

Page 7 article text (OCR)

Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS n 'to $6 , ever *S worts .„—4c »«* word ;ti^CilPIID OIIPUAV s Uken until 10 if/nu fat,column Inch &9l38e1& tar of publication except Saturday ud 8 e. m. on Saturday. Refular --- • till 9:80 a. m. Saturday. U _ __ _ a. m. londay throufh Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH OftOSft One day, par word,. ",, -i 6cent* Two days, per word———— • cents Three days, per word , ]8cen f tour days, per word-——.14 cent five days, por word- Six days, per word__ Business Services 14 Situation Wanted NOW IS THE'TIME TO REPAIR Roofs! For a Fres Estate, Dial 2892, Gambles. 14-86-tfc FOR 'ALL GASOLINE ENGINE laws mower repair, call or see Retoart Service. New location across street west of Safeway. Ph. 2126. 14-86-tfc WANTED: BABY SITTING EVE- nlngs, by experienced baby sitter. Phone 2331. Sandra Boell. 24-188-3tc Salesman Wanted OAK FLOORING - GOOD STOCK of quality, dry oak flooring now on hand. We'll be glad to come to your home and furnish estimate on your needs. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 14-lB4-6tc WANTED: SALESMAN FOR FUR- niture store. Young man with military service completed. Salary and commission. Opportunity for advancement. Permanent position. Matt Furniture Co., Carroll. ^ _ 25-183jBtc Saleswomen Wanted 26 Cards of Thanks CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Templeton fire department, relatives, neighbors end friends for the assistance they gave us during the fire last Friday. Herbert Irlmeier Family 3-188-ltp We Fix It WE REPAIR ALL MAKES OF gasoline engines, chain saws and lawnmowers. Montgomery Ward Farm Store. 16-187-6tc CARD OF THANKS My most sincere thanks to everyone for the many acts of kindness shown me during my recent illness. Mrs. Fred F. Collison ^^^^^^^^_^3-1884tp Announcements Where To Go RESERVE'THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties. Good Things to Eat 18 DELICIOUS LOBSTER TAILS!!I at Club 30, 18-149-ltc SHOP AND SAVE NOW ! !! ! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture. 6-l78-12tc WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR mode) TV or radio — including car radios; day or night. All work guaranteed. Dial 9313. Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tfc SPRAYED. HAND-PICKED Anoka apples at $2.00 per basket. Bring container. Ph. 235-J at, 116 Park St. Geo. Esdohr, Coon Rapids. 18-185-ltc SCHOOL DAYS ARE NOT TOO far away. Let us help you get their clothes ready. Alterations and repairs of any kind, and we also make Drapes. Dial 4333. HR Cleaner^ 6-184-tfc Personal WANT RIDERS TO EL* PASO Texas. Leaving Monday. Dia 2477. 9-187-2tc 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 Sae.-Treae. National Farm Loan Association Ovet Wool worth's — Carroll L2-2-5tC Business Services 14 USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL, "cheaper because it's better. Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tfo LATEX "22" WALL PAINT quick drying, glare-free finish in latest decorator colors. Wash able. Use on all interior surfaces $3.98 gal. $1.35 quart. Davis Paint Store. 14-183-tfc RUG BRAIDING AND WEAVING Andy's Rug Shop. 1008 No. Main Phone 3795. 14-183-6tc WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECEIV ed new easy-to-hang patterns in plains and textures. Clearance prices on last season's patterns as low as 19c single roll. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalboff, owner, 14-100-ltc MEN, YOUR CLOTHING NEEDS cleaning frequently this time of year. Send 'em to us we'll make them look better feel better, last longer. Phone 3853. Thompson Cleaners. 14-iex-itc HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS- ing service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners.. 14-184-tfc 16 17 FOR SALE: SPRING FRIES. 3¥< to 4 lbs. $1.00, live. 1 mi. E. and 1V< No., Glidden. Ph. OL 9-3112 John Willey. 18-18-2tp CATSUP, DEL MONTE. 5 FOR 99c. Beans. Northern or Navy 2 cello bags 25c. Pork & Beans Van Camp's, 2 for 39c. We de liver. Belter's Market. 18-188-ltc NO 'PRE COOKED' CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-lto Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperoni Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE !§J5§3£S Business Opportunities 19 24 25 Apartment for Rent 65 TWO BEDROOM APT., SOUTH side in Carroll, very nice, heat, water and TV reception furnished. Available Aug. 15. Phone 3 on 27, Arcadia. 65-184-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 66-58-ltc COOL AND CLEAN. COMPLETE private floor. Can be fufnished. Dial 9643. 1121 No. Main. 85-154-tfC WANTED: SALESLADY IN DRUG store. Write Box F, c/o Daily Times Herald. 26-18-3tc Farm Machinery 33 SAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. 33-180-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 20 ACRES. CLOVER AND AL- falfa. Frank Berg, Arcadia. 34-lB7-2tp FOR SALE: SECOND CUTTING red clover hay to be cut soon. 45c a bale from the- baler. Leo Huegerich, Dial 2051, Carroll. 34-187-3tp Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 50 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars. Vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free delivery. Richard Briggs, 8 miles south of Tempte ton corner and 5Vi west. 41-181-3tc Pets 46 TOY MANCHESTER PUPS FOR sale. Also bred female. Fletcher, Westside. 46-188-2tp 51 Household Goods LARGE SELECTION OF GOOD used furniture at Knowlton's Furniture. 51-131-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 9376. 65-183-6tc Farms for Sale 67 The Daily Record 400 ACRE FARM, BEST PAYING farm we have. Two quarter sections, above average improvements. Frank Hoffmann. Phone ^2210. 67-187-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 1957 BUICK SPECIAL TWO-DOOR hard top, 9,000 miles, clean and real sharp. Phone 186, Audubon, Iowa. 71-187-3tp 1954 CHRYSLER WINDSOR 4-DR. Heater, radio, Powerflite, white sidewall tubeless puncture seal tires, real sharp. 1954 Buick Century 4-dr., heater, radio, low mileage. Wittrock Motors. 71-186 -tfc WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a Becond car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Bill Burgess Motors. 7M81-tfc ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. Delbert B. Heuton, Glidden. Anthony Way, Wall Lake, peter J. Kelly, Carroll. joAnn Thomas, Carroll. Mrs. Edward P. Karleen, Auburn. Garold D. Elston, Jefferson. Joleen Rose Golwitzer. Carrdll. Dennis R. Wessling, Carroll. Pamela J. Kennebeck, Lldder- dale. Dismissals- Mrs. H. W. Otto, Carroll. Mrs. Sigurd T. Lykke, Audubon. Karleen J. Hinze, Carroll. Joan Wilson, Jefferson. Pamela J. Kennebeck, Lidderdale. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ankenbauer, Dedham, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin C. Herbers, Manning, a daughter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Klocke, Gray, a son. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. James A. Kanne, Carroll, a son, Saturday. Time* Herald, Carroll, lews Saturday, Aug. 10, 1957 Milk(Continued from Page 1) matoid arthritis, fr6m which he suffers. He reported that he had brought about seven periods of relief, of about six months each and now was awaiting for the ailment to recur for the eighth time. Dr. Peterson's research centers around his discovery, reported in medical Journals in 1950, that a pregnant cow has the ability to give milk that protects her calf against disease. The disease-causing \ organisms are Injected into the udder in quantities of billions at weekly intervals for about three weeks before freshening. The protective milk is the colostrum, produced immediately after calving. The milk can be dried and shipped. Deaths and Funerals AUGUST KU8EL MANNING - August Kusel died early Saturday morning st his farm Most Sales Tax Is Paid for Food Weber*(Continued from Page 1) Used Tires 73 FOR SALE: FOUR GOOD USED 7:10x15 B. F. Goodrich Lifeguard tires. $24.00 for the set. Heires Electric. 73-188-3tc AIR-WAY SANITIZOR VACUUM Cleaner Sales and Service. Richard Rutten. Dial 3001, Carroll. 51-175-tfc USED 8-PC. DINING ROOM Suite, walnut, $35.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-187-2tc AN INVITATION TO ALL AC- cordion players. Come in and try the chordion organ. 120 bass organ for the accordionist. HoUey Music Store, Carroll. 51-187-2tc GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc Auto Service 75 RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pair I . . . Depend on our expert servicing to keep your car at its best . . . Complete service shop from lubrication to body work. Carroll Motor Co. 75-111-tfc Capt. and Mrs. Allen Anneberg of Crailshelm, Germany, a daughter, Mary Elizabeth, Friday at Stuttgart, Germany. Capt. Anneberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Anneberg of Carroll, is batal- lion surgeon with the 74th Field Artillery Batallion in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schwarzenbach of Council Bluffs, a son Friday morning at Mercy Hospital. Mrs. Schwarzenbach, the former Agnes Kennebeck, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennebeck of Carroll. Mr. Schwarzenbach is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J.C. Schwarzenbach of Carroll. Extremely Valuable Distributorship For This Territory This is for the man who wants his own business which will provide $8,000 to $10,000 yearly income and more. Requires no investment but must be able to finance self while appointing Sales Dealers who will operate under your supervision. Good agricultural and sales background essential. Prefer man not now employed. Large well-known manufacturer. Terrific promotion program back of products. Please give experience and phone number for personal interview. All replies confidential. Wrtye to Dept. R.E., Box S, care Daily Times Herald. 19-188-ltc SOUP'S ON, THE RUG THAT IS, so clean the spot with Blue Lustre. Leaves no rings. Matt Furniture Co. 51-18-ltc ELECTRIC STOVE, LIKE NEW. Piano with bench. Dial 4138. • 51-188-3tc 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 FOR SALE: NEW AND USED power lawn mowers. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 51-153-ltc SHOP AND SAVE NOW 111! August Furniture Sale now on at Knowlton's Furniture. 5M78-12tc Male Help Wanted 21 ANYONE DESIRING EXTRA copies of The Daily Times Herald for weddings/obituaries, or any special occasion/ please notify The Dally Times Herald by noon the day of publication of any such article. 14-144-ltp EXPERIENCED MECHANIC Top wages, vacation with pay. Modern shop including all special tools, 2 J twin post hoists. Wit trbek's. Call; or see Mike Wit trock, • 21-186-tfc PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL US for quick delivery. Carroll Lumber Co. 14-174-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING. RE coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST- to-Coast Store your beadquar ters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc SAVEISAVEl ON SPORTS equipment. Giant sale now on at The Uptown Club. Up to 50% off on golf, tennis, baseball, and fish Ing equipment. 14-173-tfc WANTED: YOUNG MAN FOR service station work. Write Box K, c/o Daily Times Herald. 21-186-3tc ROUTE MAN, FREE TO MOVE, married, age 23 to 40. $87.50 week guarantee. Steady. Write JOX n 493, Ft. podge. ' ^ 21-186-3tc LLADY NEEDED TQ CARE FOR 1 elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone 2889. 22-178-tfc LADY TO WORK IN LAUNDRY lull time work. Deluxe Cleaners 22-i87-2tc LADY WANTED FOR PERMA- nent position clerking. Apply in person at Waters Department Store. • 22-187-tfc These Are the Spots to Stop. When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought FIVE GOOD. CLEAN USED electric ranges. $40.00 to $135.00. Heires Electric. 51-184-tfc KEEP COOL IN SUMMER—KEEP warm in winter—Insulate your attic now. Do-it-yourself. Free estimates. Carroll Lumber Co. 51-174-tfc 52 Wearing Apparel WE HAVE 10 AND 15 HOLE nests, reasonably priced, also nest pads and other poultry equipment. Kruse Hatchery, West on 30. 52-187-5tc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann- Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc Office Supplies 56 BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc For Rent 57 FOR RENT: OFFICE SPACE, first floor, central location. Dial 3819. 57-185-6tC Room for Rent 60 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-185-6tc ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 2473 60-186-3tc Houses for Sale 63 Wot You* Club or Prlvats Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodation* for 80- People family Style Dinners Served from $1,25 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE ' . CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY ' "JOE BUTTERFLY" Audio Murphy-rGedrge Nader 3-APT. HOUSE NEAR HOSPITAL and Catholic churches. Dial 9602 63-183-6tc NEW 3-BDRM. NORTH SIDE home with large family kitchen, birch finished, wardrobe closets Full basement, Gas heat. $1,300 will handle. For more informs tion about this and other fine Carroll homes for sale see John Gnam Real Estate. 63-187-2tc Houses for Rent STARLINE BALLROOM Western lows'* finest SATURDAY, AUG. 10 • SWppy Anderson « Orch, TUESDAY, AUG. 18 Preston Love & Orch. You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll ONE BEDROOM HOUSE AT 313 East 6th, Possession Sept. 1. Dial 8132. 64-186-3te , (Times Herald .Vcwi Service) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilken of Odebolt, a son Aug. 2 at the Ida Grove Hospital. The baby has three sisters. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Wilken of Odebolt and Mr. arid Mrs. Ed Albrecht of Wall Lake. 1 (Timee Herald Newi Service) DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kieffer of Ames, a daughter, Mary Josephine, August 8. Mrs. Kieffer is the former Dorothy Heman of Dedham. Mr. and Mrs. Kieffer are moving soon to Ogden, where he has a position as teacher in the Ogden school. Cor roll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats .$2.19 _ 1.24 _ .58 Election Test .ooms in Guiana GEORGETOWN, British Guiana Uft —British Guiana, where Communism won and lost a foothold four years ago, will come up for another election test Monday. An estimated 200,000 persons in this crown colony on the north coast of South America, will ballot to fill the 14 elected seats in the new Legislature. Fifty-six candidates and five political parties are in the running. It marks the first direct vote in the colony since 1953 when East Indian dentist Cheddi Jagan, 39- year-old avowed Marxist and his partisans won control of the Legis ature and held it until the British moved in troops 133 days later. Racial conflicts have been injected into the campaign in this country of half million people where the dominant groups are In dians, who total 48 per cent and Negroes, 42 per cent. Some have charged during the campaign that the racial issue was raised by Jagan and his white, Chicago-born wife, Janet. The Bri tish government claims both are Communists. When Jagan moved in four years ago, fears, were expressed that be cause his Peoples Progressive Party had Communist backing, the Reds might be trying to gain a foothold on the approaches to the Panama Canal some 1,500 miles away. r The British finally charged the PPP was trying to set up .a Com munist state and wrested control from the Jagan partisans. Since then, there has been no election The British governor. Sir Patrick Renison, has appointed the legislators. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (« — Hog and sow prices dipped from their high levels this week despite continued light receipts. Packers ordered cautiously after last week's record levels, and a declining wholesale pork trade also was a weakening factor. The highest price was $22.75, paid Monday,' arid values declined thereafter. Compared with a week ago, prices were 50 to mostly 75 cents down and sows were 25 to 50 cents lower. running smoothly, but that number had been reduced to five at the time Grover Hubbell died last year. Grover's widow has moved into a nearby apartment building and the mansion is idle for the first time in nearly three quarters of a century. Terrace Hill is part of schedule "A" in the trust document. "A" property is not to be-sold during the life of the estate but "B" property can be sbld. A few parcels in the "A" group have been sold for public purposes, such as for parks. If negotiations da reach the point where the state-might take over Terrace Hill, • legislative action would be necessary to complete any transaction. The 52nd General Assembly acquired the present governor's mansion (at 2900 Grand Ave.) in Des Moines and this home would have to be disposed of by the lawmakers. Wilson May Run If a special session of the legislature is called, look for Frank Wilson, Albia, to run on the Republican ticket for the vacancy in the House of Representatives created by the death of Rep. Lawrence Falvey (D), Albia. Wilson is active in the United Mining Union in Monroe County. Friends have been urging Mrs. Falvey to run for the seat in the lower chamber. If she does and is elected, she would be Iowa's only female representative. The last woman representative was Gladys Nelson (R>, Newton. No Relation Some reporters have been asking friends of Governor Herschel C. Loveless if the governor has any relation on the state's payroll. The answer Is no. There is a Clifford Loveless who is manager of the Muscatine office of the Employment Security Commission and the rumor was being circulated that he was a brother of the governor. Friends emphatically state that he is no relation whatsoever. Coffee Break The state tax commission recently held a meeting of department heads. One of the things talked about was the time allotted for coffee breaks—15 minutes. With so many job changes since the Democrats took over the commission, employees are very careful not to take more than the specified time. Appointment There is some speculation that The cattle supply for the week} the next nead of the Iowa Bureau was the largest in three weeks. Slaughter steers held steady to $1.00 lower, but the top was up 50 cents and on Wednesday hit $29.50, the highest since November. Heifers were steady to 50 cents lower, cows weak to 50 cents down, bulls weak to 25 cents lower, and veal­ ers fully steady. of Criminal Investigation may come from the ranks. R. W. (Doc) Nebergall announced last month that he will retire on Aug. 22: If an agent is appointed to succeed Nebergall, it probably will be R. F. Gregson. FOR RENT; SMALL HOUSE, furnished or unfurnished in Maple Park, $48.00 mo, Dial 2495. 1 64-187-31C Aptrtment for Rent 65 APT. FOR RENT AT 209 N. Clark. Call 9607; 65-180-tfc APARTMENTS AV AILABL E: Furnished or ujtfujrnlshed.' Mo« • • wi^cjio^jji J?i$sJl 3^580* NECK INJURIES Pamela J. Kennebeck, 8-year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kennebeck Jr. of Lidderdale was brought to St, Anthony Hospital Friday night for treatment of a neck injury but was released from the hospital Saturday morning. Dennis Wessling, 18, son,of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond J. Wessling of Carroll, sustained . a neck injury while swimming in the Paul Schumacher gravel pit south of town Friday night and was takep by Twit ambulance to St. Anthony Hospital. INJURED ON JOB . - Garold D. Elston, 20, -Jefferson construction worker, was brought to St. Anthony Hospital late Friday afternoon for treatment of back and hip injuries sustained while it work on s construction job. He was reported as "doing Spring slaughter lambs finished the week unevenly 50 cents to $1.00 lower. Spring lambs topped at $25.00 early in the week, but later fell to $24.50. (USDA)-Salable hogs 1,000; total 1,000 <estimated); compared week ago: barrows and gilts 50 to mostly 75 lower; bulk U.S. No. 2 and 3 200-220. lb butchers 21.7522.00; sows under 400 lb 18.0021.00. Salable cattle 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago: slaughter steers steady to 1.00 lower, except top up 50; choice and prime steers over 1,200 lb mostly steady; choice under 1,100 lb 50-1.00 lower; heifers steady to 50 lower; cows weak to 50 lower; bulls weak to 25 lower; vealers fully steady; feeding steers.750 lb up active, strong to fully 50 higher; bulk choice and prime steers 24.75-28.t5; good to average choice heifers 21.00-24.75; utility and commercial cows closed at 12.50-16.00; mostly 12.75-15.50; utility and commercial bulls 15.25-17.50; good and choice vealers 21.00-25.00; good and choice 750-950 lb feeding steers 21.50-24.00; mostly 22.00-23.50. Salable sheep 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago: spring slaughter lambs unevenly 50-1.00 lower; yearlings rather scarce and steady; slaughter ewes scarce but fully 50 lower; at close good to choice spring lambs 22.0024.00. GAS TAX REFUND FORMS As a service to farmers of Carroll County, the Farm Bureau ordered and has received a supply of federal gas tax refund forms 2240. These forms must be filled out by the end of September. If application for a refund was made last year, a 1957 form should have been received in the mail. It does not, require notarization or sales tickets. The refund is worth 3 cents for every gallon of gasoline purchased for UFS in farming. State refund forms are also available st the Farm Bureau Ofiioe, District Governor Pays Official Visit To Manning Rotary (Timee Herald Newe Servtee) MANNING - Lester Glover of Ottumwa, district governor of Rotary, paid his official visit to Manning's Club Tuesday evening, Aug. 6. Mr. Glover, an automobile dealer for 38 years, and past president of his home club, now heads District No. 600 of Rotary International, which has 50 clubs. In addition to speaking to club members, he showed slides on "Making of a Rotarlan" and held a club assembly following the meeting. In the business meeting, Dr. J. R. Hornberger reminded members of their duties Aug. 13. when the Red Cross Bloodmobile comes to Manning, sponsored by the Rotary Club and American Legion Auxiliary. The club purchased a 4-H beef at the 4-County Fair in Coon Rapids last week. 0. J. Link of St. Louis, Mo., brother-in-law of Ross Grsner, was a guest at the meeting. BLACKSMITHS ELECT RED OAK OrV-Election of officers and naming of the Iowa Blacksmith of the Year was the main business Saturday at the annual convention of the Iowa Blacksmith and Welders Assn. and its auxiliary. About 125 men and women were attending the sessions. DES MOINES (*! - About 28 cents of every dollar you paid in state sales taxes in the first quarter of this year was the result of your purchases of food, in Iowa Tax Commission report showed Saturday. You paid 21 cents of that 28 cents at grocery stores and meat markets. The other seven pennies were collected by a wide variety of food classification businesses, including four cents by restaurants at the times you ate out. Except for the general merchandise ' group of stores, your purchases at other types of retail establishments didn't even come close to approaching those at the food stores, particularly the groceries and meat markets. You paid about 21 cents of your sales tax dollar at various types of general merchandise stores. Of this 21 cents, about 7 went in connection with your purchases at department and general stores. Neer- lj six cents was collected at hardware, implement and farm machinery establishments. Of the remainder of your sales tax dollar, you paid about four cents when you made purchases at the apparel classification of stores. Another four cents went to furniture, fixture and equipment group establishments. Also, about 11 cents was collected by the motor vehicle group of businesses. Seven cents was paid to lumber and material yards. Another 11 cents went to the public utility and transportation group. Three pennies were collected by service classification places, such as hotels, movies, and shoe repair shops. Lesser amounts went for purchases at a long list of establishments. In all, you and others paid $16,775.995 in sales taxes on purchases made in January, February, and March. At that time the sales tax was 2Vi per cent. Since July 1 you have been paying at the rate of 2 per cent. The total tax paid for the quarter represented a business volume of about 671 million dollars. Of that total, the food group of stores did nearly 200 million dollars worth of the business. Groceries and meat markets had sales amounting to 143 million dollars. This was nearly the same as the business done by the entire general merchandise classification of stores. In connection with these dollar volume figures, it was noted that business in the first quarter of the year usually is at the lowest point of the year. That means your spending normally picks up as the year goes on. And you spend the most in the so-called "Christmas quarter" —in October, November and December. Your purchases then include, of course, Christmas presents, in addition to your normal needs. The reason the commission report now covers purchases you made in January, February, and March, although this is August, is two fold. First, retailers are not required by the commission to remit the sales tax they collect from you in one quarter, until after the start of the next quarter. And also, it takes the commission quite a while to break down the collections and allocate them in totals and percentages to the various classifications of businesses, and establishments within each classification. home one and aneVfaslf miles rtorth- east of Manning. >, ,» Funerll: services '.will' tf» tiki p .ni: Mondsy' It the Ohde Funeral Home here. ... Mr. Kusel, who was in his early seventies, had been 111 for some time. ' V Survivors include his wife, several children and grandchildren. He was a member of Zlon Luth«; eran Church, Manning. Probe(Continued from Page 1) was Doris who helped to engineer Dio's entry into the labor movement ss head of that union's Local 102 in New York in 1951. Wa*h- burn also said Doria was' instruments! in keeping Dio in the union when officials of Die-controlled locals started running into trouble with the law. HoHs Link The committee is exploring particularly for evidence McClellan says will show that Dio and James R. Hoffs, Midwest Teamsters Union boss, entered into a corrupt alliance. McClellan says Hoffa hoped to use this alleged tie-up to gain new labor power and that Dio sought to fatten his income through racketeering. Morris Weintraub. South Newport, Ky., lawyer who served on the UAW-AFL executive board from 1951 until July 1956, named Doria in connection with a deal in union real estate which "Weintraub said brought a quick $35,000 profit to others. Weintraub said the Badger Realty Co. of Milwaukee in 1955 bought the union headquarters building in that city for $80,000 and resold it 3 few weeks later for $115,000. He said that so far as he knows the union actually collected only $50,000 of the agreed $80,000 sale price. Weintraub said Doria formerly was a partner in the Badger Co. Fair Projects Are Reviewed by 4-H Unit Four County Fair projects were reviewed by the Maple River Top Notchers 4-H Club at a meeting Friday night in the home of Ruth Ann Venner. Members answered roll call by listing their exhibits at the local achievement show and Four-County Fair and plac- ings received. A demonstration of "Correct Table Setting" was given by the hostess and a team demonstration of "Making a Dusting Mitt" by Joyce Schechinger and Janet Schrad. A report of the judge's comments on the 4-H demonstration contest at Four-Ccunty Fair was Billy Gosch Home From Son Diego For Two Weeks WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. William Gosch went to Omaha Friday to nleet their son, Billy, who arrived by plane from San Diego, Calif., for a twe weeks visit. Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Blum, Joanell and Richard, left on a 10-day fishing trip to Minnesota. Mrs. Leland Corn entered St. Joseph's hospital in Omaha and underwent surgery Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs Elmer Karsjen spent two days with her sister, Mrs. Howard Payne in Rochester, Minn. Fred Heidelbauer of Sac City. and Elmer Karsten went to Rochester Wednesday and brought Mrs. Payne back by plane. She will spend a few days in the Karsten home. Mr. and Mrs. John Grasma of Jefferson, S. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Olson of Sioux City spent Sunday in the Marcus Lange home. All visited Mr. Lange at the Carroll hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Jans Broderson of Coleridge, Neb., who were en route to Wisconsin, were dinner guests Monday in the Marcus Lange home. Marcus Lange' underwent surgery at the Carrol) hospital Thursday morning. He is getting along as well as can be expected. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock spent Tuesday evening in the Myron Glasnapp home at Sac City and helped J. Grandt celebrate' his eighth birthday. Mrs. Stock attended a surprise coffee in the Glasnapp home Saturday morning in honor of Mrs. Glasnapp's birthday. Dr. and Mrs. Dean Einspahr and children of Appleton, Wis., spent the weekend in the Henry Stickrod and Ben Einspahr homes. Larry remained for a longer visit. Adolph and Misses Mattle and Maude Reiser. Mrs Agnes Weitzel and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ogren and family attended a shower for Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kluver of Brewster, Minn., at the Lake View Municipal building Sunday evening. * ELMER DALHOFFS MOVE (Times Herald Newt Serriee) HALBUR-Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dalhoff and family who have been residing in the former Albert Halbur home, have moved with Mrs. Dalhoffs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Herbers, into their farm home west of Halbur. 4-H CLUB PICNIC A picnic for members of the Sheridan Go-Getters Girls 4-H Club, their parents and families Jewel Jackson, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John R. Byerly, returned Friday night from a visit of nearly two weeks in Clearwater, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Byerly, who live in Cleacwater, will remain here for an indefinite visit. Miss Jackson was accompanied to Clearwater by Mrs. R. H. Elliott of Wall Lake who went on to Kendall, Fla., for a visit with her son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hiersman and family. given by Mrs. Leonard Madigan, j at Graham Park Sunday toolc the club leader. The Maple River jun- j place of a regular meeting. iThe ior team received a blue ribbon j leaders are Mrs. Marvin Boell and and the senior team a red ribbon. I Mrs, George Dewey.. Picnickers A report also was given by i were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boell Norma Fehring, library chair- 1 and family. Mr. and Mrs. Herman man. |Roth and family, Mr. and Mrs, Pins were presented to Barbara | Aivie Fleshner and family, Mr. and Brown, Jeanine Madigan, Sharon Mrs. Don Stoolman and ..• family, Wess, and Linda Madigan for scor- 1 Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwig and ing 100 per cent in the 4-H picture | family and Mr. and Mrs. Jack memory contest; to Diane DreesjKastle and family. The girls had as senior posture queen; and tola swimming party at the Legion Mary Ann Cochran as junior pos-!pool later in the afternoon. Th« ture queen. I new club year will start in Sep- During the business meeting, tember, when officers will be plans were made for a "fun day" j elected, in the near future Lunch was served by the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Venner. The next meeting will be Friday evening, September 6, at the home of Sharon Wess. MEN TO MEET The Carroll Council of Presbyterian Men will meet in the undercroft of the Presbyterian Church at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday to set up a program for the fall lad winter season. MONUMENTS ,- rs -Msnumsnfs intf Marker* te choott from — luy Where Yev can sn wtist Yeu 're iMylnsj, McPherson- Cofnpbftr C.Qe K!^ . Asress freei Ctinstery ."'-^l ' ;VjllS

Get full access with a Free Trial

Start Free Trial

What members have found on this page