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|Q Monefcy, Aug. 1*, IM7 Return from Trip In Sevtnton States <»met InMUm •errioo) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case, MM . Vergie Welch and Sally Garaber have returned from a three-week trip through 17 New England and eastern states. The group drove almost 5000 miles, took trips on the Atlantic Ocean and Lake Champlain, visited Niagara Falls and Canada, They vis- Ited historical places of interest in the east. Mrs. Vergie Welch and Sally Gamber, returned to their teaching duties in Dee Moines Aug. 12, following a three-week trip in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowedder and Mr. and Mrs. John Rowedder spent Monday in Omaha. Mr."and Mrs. Mack Carter of Davenport have been visiting with Mr. and Mrs. John Derner. Dennis and Ronnie Carter spent the past two weeks here with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boeck of Tennant, Mrs. Mary Santi and Mrs. Gess Ramsey were dinner guests in the Charles Laverty home on Sunday. Afternoon visitors included Mr. and Mrs. Orla Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene McCollum and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ramsey and Mary Jo of Coon Rapids. Beck McConnell of Coon Rapids and Jacqueline Moore of Botna are spending a few days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Grundmeier. The following group had a picnic in the Manning park Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Antone and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jacobsen, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barten; Mr. and Mrs, Feike Antone, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hinz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dethlefs, Mr. and Mrs. William Mahnke and son, Mr. and Mrs. Nels Brue, Irwin. Guests in the William Otto ' home Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto, Mr. aud Mrs. Walter Dammann and family of Audubon. , BUYS HOME IN NEBRASKA (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Mrs. Abel Welch has purchased a home |n Hastings, Neb. She will remain in Manning until ibe sells her home here. • ; » * ,. Sir WiMJam Henry Perklo fo»\d- ^ tt*«uUto« dye loduitry. The Whole Town Is Talking About the Outstanding LIVING VALUES AT MATT FURNITURE CO. During Their August Furniture Sale at Carroll Beautiful Modern High Fashion Suites to Choose from Every One a Sensational August Sale Bargain! 7 High Quality Piocts for (jjjnt Low Price LIVING GROUP Full ilx« luxurious deep cushioned davenport with deep matching chair, coffee and two (top tables, lima oak with stain and burnproof tops, pair stylish modtrn lamps, with washable shades, cholct of colors In suit* In a Ions weerlng mohair frieze. Com? >are with suites sailing for up to 250 elsewhere. No money down, up to M month* to pay. I9995 Here's a Complete Living Room for a Young Couple 9-PC. STUDIO GROUP Completely coordinated group at one low sale price. Living room by day, guest room by night, studio and matching deep cushioned rocker covered in long weerlng tweed, lime oak finish, and you get studio, rocker, two step tables and coffee table, 2 matching lamps and i sofa pillows. Compare with groups selling for $40 more elsewhere. No money down, li months to pay. I49 50 Big Roomy Luxurious Beauty 3-PC. CURVED SECTIONAL Here's high style and luxury for the long living room. Come in and see how thick the long wearing frieze cover Is. One end is stylish bumper end, the other end Is modern style arm. Curved center section fits smartly between the two. Blonde oak legs with brass .tips. Compare with sectionals selling for mere-then WOO elsewhere. Buy It now for only Fashion Leader! Sloping Arms 2-PC TWEED LIVING ROOM Rich metallic tweed living room In • lovely beige hes all the quality feature* you would expect In suites selling for up to $40.00 more. Fine tempered steel coil spring construction in both seat and back. Long weerlng cover.. Compare with suites selling for *140 elsewhere. Choose from 7 Lovely Colors - Sale Prices, Too! 2-PIECE LIVING Modern two cushion styling, the stylish sloping arm and you can choose this suite In cocoa brown, see mist gray, toast beige, rose beige, or kelly green. Long wearing frieze cover, full coll spring R onstructlon. Save as you never ave. Compare with suites selling for more than 1200 in Omaha and Des Moines. 165°° 148 M Many, Many More Suites to Choose From- All on Sale Now! to 36 Mos. to Pay! Mill II Sensational Values on Broadloom Carpet at Merit's In Carroll During Their August Sale 4 <§JLISTAN WOOL AND VISCOSE CARPET IN GREEN Here's long wear, rich color, extraordinary beauty, and thick deep pile carpet at a wonderful sale price, Loomed of choice extra heavy wools, blended with viscose to give colorfastness, and extra beauty. Surprls. ing savings for your living roomr •ale ._ . 795 2 Rolls 2-Ft. Viscolon Broadloom Here's a cloieout'buy In • long wear- - ing miracle blend carpet. A scientific blending of rugged man-made fibers at wonderful low price, Looks and feels like deep thick Axmlnster carpeting, yet takes unbelievably hard wear, hold* Its brilliant colon*. Thick textured pile with every loop twisted and locked in for extra durability. Choice of green tweed er beige tweed. —-—. . . GU LI STAN 12-FT. BEIGE WOOL AND VISCOSE BROADLOOM Herd's a dense, full bodlel carpet, that gives you everything you demand In a fine carpet at a surprising low price, And you save up to $75.00 In carpeting a living room. Wool and viscose carpet at the price of rayon carpet In most store*. An amazing value ^ 795 Jm' yd* BIGELOW HEAVY WILTON LOOP P.ILE CARPET Here'* the ultimate In beauty, luxury and wear. The aristocrat of famous maker broadloom cornet. Luxuriant plush pile it 3-ply wool of wonderful thickness, cushions every footfall In PMrt luxury, exceptionally long wearIng: withstands heavy traffic Tweedy design Intensifies the beauty and assures lasting loveliness, Regular »14,»5 AUGUST SALE LEADER! 100% WILTON TWIST CARPET REDUCED! Here'* a wonderful family carpet, extremely long ^wearing, and the fresh colorful design hides foot' prlntf, scOff marks, and minlmlitt toll. Loomed of the world's finest f.xtra heavy wood, and only the finest dye* are used to produce thit corpot. A long wearing Wilton carpet wdyen In a -twaeoT effect, One of James Uses finest carpets. U or IS ft. widths, regular *Tj.»J so, yd,, 1*1* p-. - «h yd- MANY MORE fJNE CARPET BARGAINS FROM AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS MILLS |Mfo 1 6 Hearings Are Approved For Road 30 Work 16 Mi let of Widening, Relocation Planned in Crawford County AMES — Approval has been received from the U. S. Bureau of Public Roads for two hearings held recently on three proposed highway improvement projects totaling an estimated $2,603,000. Projects for which hearings were approved were in Mitchell and Crawford Counties. The Crawford County project is for improvement of 16 miles of U. S. 30 from the Crawford-Harrison County line northeasterly to Denison. Improvement between the county line and Dow City will consist! of widening the pavement to 24 feet and construction of full 10-foot shoulders and surfacing the widened slab with asphaltic concrete. Will Be Relocated The segment of the proposed improvement between Dow City and Denison will consist of relocation. Two inadequate bridges over the Boyer River and condition of part of the present pavement between Dow City and Denison will justify the improvement by widening and resurfacing of this segment, the Commission said. The road will be built with planned control of access, allowing continuance of existing entrances on portions where there is a road at the present time, but will not allow-access on portions which are built on new right of way. An ex. coption to this rule will be in case of a parcel of land which would be cut off from existing access by the new road. The estimated *cost of the 16 miles in the project, including right of way, grading, bridging and sur -J facing is $1,896,000. The Mitchell County projects are for improvement of graveled stub roads, Iowa 177 leading from Mitchell to Iowa 9, a distance of slightly more than three miles, and a five •mile stretch of Iowa 237 leading from Stacyville to U. S. 218. . Iowa 177 will be improved by grading and paving on the present location and by some relocation. ;, New Bridge A new bridge .across the Red Cedar River in the south part of West Mitchell is proposed to replace the old structure which is situated at the foot of a steep hill. Paved surface will be 22 feet wide. Cost of the proposed improvement is estimated at $370,000 for right of way, the new bridge, grading, draining and paving. Proposed improvement of the Stacyville stub will consist of grading, draining and paving on the present alignment, with rounding of two right angle turns at an estimated cost of $340,000, including .right of way. Both Mitchell County projects will be built with planned control of access, the Commission said.