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•? 4 InformaMori Dial 3573 Thtngi te fit 18 «A*tJ OP tHANKft An ov« Ifl wordi—, 4c'oer CLA88IFI6D DlfPlAY P« column inch. ,. displays taken uatu 10 a. m. day of publication except SalurdAy »nd 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 ». m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFieO CASH WITH ORDER 6fl* day, per «ni»a 5 cent* TW6 days, pet Q"** 9 cenU Three days, per word_____>-12 cehU rout days, per word_____<_14 ceaU five days, pur wc-d—^__1« e«nt« Six days, per word_______li c«nu Announcement! ROBIN H001> FLOtJR 50 LBS. $3.79. Brenny's Market. 18-ldS-ite JUMBO SHRIMP Mil SERVED anytime at Club 50. is-iso-lte CLUB 30-THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc SMOKfit) METTWURST, 2 LBS., 98c. Assorted Cold Meats. Better's Market. 18-194-ltc 6a*fr It | Utid Car* A Tiiitfei 71 FOR SALE: 1959 FORD, RADIO, AIR-WAV SANITIZOR VACtJtJM Cleaner Sales and Service. Rich- ifd Rutteft. Dial 3001, Carroll. Sl-175-tfe GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carrol] Refrigeration. West on h'wy. 30- 51-174-tfc OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY Hights for your convenience Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tf SHOP AND SAVE NOW 1 I ! August Furniture Sale now on a Knowlton's Furniture. 6-178-12t WE SERVICE ANY MAKE OR model TV or radio — includin car radios; day or night. A. work guaranteed. Dial 9513 Sporrer's TV. 6-107-tf SCHOOL DAYS ARE NOT TOO far away. Let us help you ge their clothes ready. Alteration and repairs of any kind, and w also make Drapes. Dial 4333. HI Cleaners. . 6-184-tf GRAND OPENING Of Our Newly Remodeled Sporting Goods Department REGISTER FOR FREE DRAWING! To Be Held Saturday, August 24, at 9 p. m. Win One of These Big Prizes $39.95 Charcoal Broiler, Complete With Spit, Motor, .etc $24.95 Norelco Razor,..Choice of Men's or Women's Model $9.95 Model Airplane Motor THE • UPTOWN CLUB Franchised Dealer for Wilson Sporting Goods, Browning Shotguns and Rifles Colt Pistols. Complete Hobby Department 6-195-6tc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT financing — cars, equipment household goods. S&M Financ Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tf FEDERAL LAND BANK LOAJNS EXTRA SAFETY „ LOW INTEREST RATE See Phil Dennis 8*e.-Treas. National Farm Loaa Association Over Woolworth's — Carroll 12-2-StO ••^^^^^^/S^^V^^^^^VS^'^^^^V^rf'VX*"'*.*"* Business Services 14 USE KINGSFORD CHARCOAL • ''cheaper- because it's better.' Sold at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-162-tf< PICNIC TABLES $15.00 CALL U! for quick delivery. Carroll Lum ber Co. ,14-174-tfc 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 8-HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS .ing service at HR Cleaners where your clothes are always 2Q%, cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-184-tfc RADIATOR REPAIRING. RE coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc REPAIR SERVICE.- RADIOS, Television Sets and Refrigerators. 'Montgomery Ward Farm Store, Carroll, Iowa. 14-l93-6tc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-18tc CALL 3852—DEPEND ON THOMP son's Cleaners modern dry clean' ing and pressing to keep you looking your best every day. 14-183-ltc GREETING CARDS... . AT Stone Printing Co. youll find a card for every memorable occas ion. 14-125-ltc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . , Photographs, certificates, paint ings. Three day service. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-llO-ltc NOW YOU CAN STOP THAT COSTLY BIRD DAMAGE! With the All New BIRD OFF Economically '— Safely Humanely — Effectively ''Bird Off" the guaranteed bird repellent ... for residences, libraries, statues, store signs, churches, conveyances, theatre marquis, office buildings, machine sheds, granaries, barns a.nd •11 other types of farm buildings, For more information see KLOSER SEED STORE West on Highway 80 14-195-ltc FOR ALL,GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, cail or «ee Reinart Service. New location icrose street west of Sai«\vay. Ph. 2124, 14-86.UO NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIB Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Dia4 Gamble*, 14-ee-t/c Special "Homemade" 'ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperdnl, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Mitiutes. PAULINE'S . CAFE 18-188-5tc Male Help Wanted 21 WANTED: MARRIED MAN, farm work. Separate house, modern. Bruce McLaughlin Jr., Glidden, Ph. 4F4, Ralston. 2M95-3tp EXPERIENCED IN FARM MA- chtnery. Setting up and servicing. Write Box F, c/o Daily Times Herald. 2M95-3tc WANTED YOUNG MAN 17% TO 35: To train for railroad telegraph, station agent positions. Recent agreement between labor and management necessitates the hiring of several thousand men in the next 12 months. Short training period. Small tuition charge. G. 1. approved. Write Box W, c/o Daily Times Herald giving age, address and phone number. 21-192-4tc IF YOU CAN MAKE PAYMENTS of $6 per week on the Baldwin Acrosonic spinet piano we are selling here—it's yours. Please write Credit Dept,, Critchett Piano Co., 1409 Forest, Des Moines or call CH 4-8927. 5M91-6tc heater, seat covers. Good condition. Phone 2078; 71-194-tfc 1954 DODGE, 4-DOOR, V-8. NEW tubeless tires, 2-tone dean. Wittrock Motors. green, 71-193-tfc WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a second car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for. Bill Burgess Motors. 71-181-tfc Used Tires 73 FOR SALE: LIVING ROOM suite, at a bargain. Phone 3719. 5l-193-3tp FOR SALE: TWO HOLLYWOOD single beds equipped with health box spring and mattress. Call 2571. 5M93-3tc 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 USED 2-PC. BLUE LIVING ROOM suite, good condition, $40.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-195-2tc CORONADO AUTOMATIC WASH- er and Easy gas dryer, the pair for $150.00. Phone 9317. 51-195-6tc WANTED: YOUNG MAN TO SET up and deliver furniture. Must have military service completed. Matt Furniture Co. 21-192-5tc REFRIGERATION ENGINEER WANTED Must be well experienced In ammonia refrigeration. Also able to do maln- talnance. Steady work. SHERMAN PRO. CO. Telephone 51687 — 419 Water St. lity, Iowa 21-19S-6tc Sioux City, Iowa Female Help Wanted 22 LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone 2889. 22-178-tfc WANTED: NIGHT WAITRESS. Apply in person. West End Cafe. 22-193-tfc WAITRESS WANTED: APPLY IN persons, no Sundays. Coffee Shpp. 22-189-tfc Situation Wanted 24 HOUSEWORK WANTED. BY THE hour. Phone 9897, Carroll. 24-195-3tp WANTED: OFFICE WORK, BUSI- ness school graduate. Can take shorthand, 3 years' experience. Married woman. Write Box B, c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-195-3tc Salesman Wanted 25 MAJOR, OIL CO. SOpN TO HAVE sales position opening in Carroll area. Age 25-40. Co. life ins., medical benefits. All replies confidential. Address replies to Box L, c/o Daily Times Herald. 25-195-6tc TREAT RUGS RIGHT, THEY'LL be a delight if cleaned with Blue Lustre, Easy to use. Matt Furniture Co, 51-195-ltc For Sale 55 FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc FOR SALE: FOUR GOOD USED B. F. Goodrich tires with Lifeguard tubes. $20.00 for the set. Heires Electric. 73-194-3tc 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! . . . 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 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 done! You'll get faster starting, better gas economy, smoother engine .operation. We service all tnnkes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc FOR SALE: GOOD USED PUBLIC Address Systems. Contact Alfred J. Klocke, P. 0. Box 367. Carroll. 55-194-3tc ST. PAUL 6x10 HYDRAULIC gravel box, like new. Schmitz Sand & Gravel, Arcadia. For Rent 57 BRICK STORE BUILDING FOR rent. Can be used for most anything.. Floyd Bassett, 107 4th Ave., Denison, or inquire, at Roy Burns, Carroll. 57-194-6tp Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: LARGE SLEEPING room. Dial 9405. 60-195-2fc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: HOUSE AND ACRE- age in Roselle. See' George Siepker or Dial 4075. 63-193-3tp FOR SALE: FOUR ROOM HOUSE, large rooms, hardwood floors. Loaded, ready to move. Eula Byerly, Glidden; 63-194-2tp A 4-BDRM. HOUSE, CLOSE TO .Public School. Oil heat, $6,500 . . . New 3-bdrm. house with Ige. birch finished kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat. $1,300 will handle FHA loan including closing costs. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-195-ltc rw^ i / > vi*v^ 64 Houses for Rent FOR RENT: HOUSE, FURNISH- ed, reliable couple. Dial 3329. 64-]93-3tc 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 LATE MODEL JOHN DEERE, No. 226 corn picker, good condition. Elmer Daiker, Rt. 2, Carroll. 33-194-2tc FOR SALE: 1-12A COMBINE with PTO: 1-12A Combine with motor. Both combines guaranteed. Schenkelberg Impl. Co, 33-195-ltc 2-BEDROOM HOUSE. GOOD LO- cation.. Write Box AX, c/o Daily Times Herald. 64-195-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, 88. No. 7414 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of John W. Berger deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. • Orval Berger, Executor Erwln H. Hansen, Attorney Dated August 10, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court Aug. 12, 19, 26, 1957 Suicide- (Continued from Page 1) FOR RENT: 3 ROOM, UPSTAIRS apt. Dial 9524. 65-195-tfc FOR RENT: FURNISHED DOWN- town apt. Two rooms and bath. Available Sept. 1. $30 per month. John Gnam Real Estate. ' 65-195-2tc EXTRA NICE, AIR-CONDITION- ed apt. Heat and water furnished. Lawrence Boyce. Dial 9352. 65-195-3tc FURNISHED APT. FOR RENT. Phone 2506. 65-195-2tc CLOSE IN, CITY HEAT. $25. Dial 9383. 65-195-3tc CLEARANCE SALE . On Used PLOWS All used 2 and 3 bottom plows •jave been reduced in, price. All )lows are guaranteed and can e tested before being purchased. Schenkelberg Implement Co. APT. FOR RENT AT 209 N. Clark. Call 9607. 65-180-tfc FURNISHED, 3 ROOMS AND bath. Dial 3297, 65-191-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished, Me- Nabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Farms for Sale 67 Seeds & Feeds 34 'OR SALE: BALBQ RYE SEED. $2,00 bu. W. E, Simpson, 3% mi. east. Lanesboro. 34-i95-2tp 'OR SALE: SECOND CUTTING plover hay. George Siepker, Dial 4075, Carroll. 34-193-3tp 'OH SALE:. (SECOND CUTTING red clover, ready to cut, soc bale, delivered within 30 milw, Phpne 35630, Manning, Iowa. ,lvattOfik for Sale 41 FOR SALE; 60 HEAD PUREBREp Spotted " Poland China boars, Vaccinated ^ double treatment. guaranteed breeders, Wt. m to 300 Ibs, Free delivery, JUcJjgrd Brings, 8 miles south of TemjpV tan comer and 4H81-3tc 400 ACRE -FARM, BEST PAYING farm we have. Two quarter sections, above average improvements. Frank Hoffmann. Phone photographer's favorite model, told a reporter: "I certainly dcn't think I was the last person to see him alive. He was a very wonderful and great .man." Lord Portman's niece, Mrs. Davina West, told a reporter Beauchamp had drinks with her in her basement flat in Bohemian Chelsea last week. • She said they discussed the recent theft of*thousands of pounds worth of jewelry from her apartment. The jewels, which have not yet been recovered, included heirlooms of the Portman family. Beauchamp hal been making a study of crime for his television series "Fabian of Scotland Yard." Mrs. ,West, a former fashion model, said: "Tony and I had a few drinks in my flat. We discussed the theft of my jewelry. I did ring the police on Friday but I'm not prepared to say what it was about." Disliked Tag Beauchamp disliked being known as Churchill's son-in-law. "You might as well beat your head against a brick wall as try to shake that one off," he once said.- Although living apart from his wife Beauchamp told a friend "We are still good pals, but the basic cause of the breakdown of our marriage is'too.much separation." Sarah Churchill, who has spent most of the last three years making television films in the United States, stayed with her parents when in England. It was reported she and her husband had an agreement they would not get a divorce while Sir Winston, now 82, was alive. She was four years older than Beauchamp. " Police went to the Beauchamp apartment Sunday after receiving a telephone call from Lady Jane. Previously, it had been reported the call was from Mrs. West. JUNGLE STAMP . . . Primitive life In the jungle* of Malaya is depicted In this stamp, one At three newly placed on ftAle throughout Malaya. The SO- cent Issue depicts aborigines hunting with blowpipe*. Members of Berns Family Meet for An Annual Picnic The Berns family picnic was held Sunday, Aug. 18. Relatives attended from Lake City, Auburn, Carroll, Glidden, Lidderdale, and Lanesboro. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kruse, Mrs. Minnie Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruse and family, Don Duel, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kruse and son, Mr. and Mrs. August Beckman and family; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kruse and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Breidert and son, Mrs. Maggie Boje, Mrs. Tena Berns, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Berns, Mr, and Mrs. Dale Berns, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deikman Mrs. Herman Wentzel, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Berns, Edna and Leona Berns, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Berns and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sisse and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ear Berns and family, Mr, and Mrs Harold Wenck and daughters o Bayard, Mr. and Mrs. Loya Liebsch of Rembrandt, Mr. anc Mrs. Virgil Onken and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berns, Mr and Mrs. Robert Berns and sons Mr. Gary Best, Mr, and Mrs. Ken neth Best and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Onken and son. Judy Burk of Des Moines was also pres ent. Next year the group plan to have the annual picnic in Lake City. Urn** H»f»?<l, etmft, tewi Me«d«y, Au§. 1$ 9 Merrill Thorpes Of Lake View on Six-Week Vocation 2210. 67-187-tfc 191 ACRE FARM, $225 PER acre. Good stock and grain farm. Estate, must be "sold. Battles Real Estate, Farm & Home Loan, Jeffers,on,Jowa. 67-i92-6tc 120 ACRES, ALL TILLABLE. Good set of improvements, with modern home/Priced right- See Pudenz Real Estate, Dial 9342. '67493-tfc FARMS IPOR SAWS: 200 ACRES. E*c«Uent land. Very nice all modern house, 4 bedrooms ', Good barn, silo, double corn crib, hog' house, etc,, .3$ mi. from Catholic school and church. IB seres per- minent pasture, balance nice farm land. Must be sold by Aug. 2,8. $225.00 per acre. Have 28 other fa*m,s<of different si?e« 4ftd pricep. Write for j»or« to- formation to. 84, Legion Auxiliary Sponsoring Sick Room Equipment Campaign The American Legion' Auxiliary of Carroll County announces it is sponsoring its annual magazine subscription campaign to be conducted throughout this area for the purpose of acquiring additional portable sick room equipment for free home use of any resident of our area who is sick, disabled or bedfast. The auxiliary now has on hand for free use to residents, a portable fracture bed with mattress, portable oxygen tent and a portable oxygen apparatus, portable adjustable wheelchairs, portable adjustable hospital beds with mat- Class of 1942 Meets at Manning For Reunion Dinner (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Members of the Manning High School graduating class of 1942 held a reunion ai the VFW Hall Sunday, Aug. 11 with 18 class members, their husbands and wives present for a p. m. dinner served by the VFW Auxiliary.. Two class members attended during the afternoon. Mrs. Leonard Frahm, Mrs. Leo Bruck and Mrs. LeRoy Joens oi Omaha were the planning committee. Members, attending the dinner were: Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Frahm (Shirley Stahl); Mr. and Mrs. Harry Musfeldt (Dorothea Schrum); Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hargens; Mrs. Merrill Callender (Phyllis' Pfoltner); Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Nissen; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hansen; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruck (Patricia Wood); Mr. and Mrs. George Musfeldt; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Nissen, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Joens (Geraldine Siem); Mr. and Mrs. P. N. Pietanze (Npreen Fairchild); Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Himes, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Mac McCullough (Dorothy Welch), Hastings, Neb.; Mrs. Roger Eich (Virgene Schact), Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Whited (Marilyn Mohr), Denison; Dr. and Mrs. Keith Doyle (Joy Moore), Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Normal Peterson (Leona Schrum), Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Petersen, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dethlefs were guests and received a gift in observance of their 37th wedding anniversary. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wittrock (LaVerne Meyer), Halbur; and Mrs. layton Dohse (Maxine Bauer), Arcadia. (tlmw Beraia SMW itrtle*) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and 'Mrs. Merrill Thorpe will leave Thursday for a six week vacation trip which will take them to visit Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Stones at Madison, Minn., relatives at Hazen and Regan, N. D., Mr. Thorpe's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Level and their families in Seattle. Wash., and then to Vancouver, B.C., to visit Mrs. Thorpe's cousin. They will return by way of Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. They plan to visit, the Corn Palace at Mitchell, S. D., and friends at Alcester, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Auen Jr. and daughters of Pocahontas were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Frank home. They attended a birthday party honoring a niece Peggy Graber at Breda in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Auen Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Auetf and Becky joined the group. Overnight guests Saturday in the M. P. Leighter home were Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Leighter of Algona, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Leighter of Dickens, and Miss Clella Turnquist of Des Moines. Additional dinner guests Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Hoffman of Spencer. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Yeager and sons of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gerdes and daughters, Mrs. Lula McKeen and Orion Jensen. Mrs. Chris Krouch of Miami, Fla,, arrived in Cedar Rapids .Saturday. She accompanied **er father-in-law, E. E. Krouch, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Krouch and son Larry here for the weekend. A family dinner was held in the E. E. Krouch home Sunday honoring Mrs. Chris Krouch. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Hanshaw and three daughters of Sac City, Mrs. W. L. Good and three sons of Prairie Village, Kan.. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Krouch and son of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Herrig and four daughters. Mrs. Orville Herrig. and new daughter, Annette Elaine, arrived home from the Loring hospital Saturday. Her sister, Mrs. W. L. Good of Prairie Village, Kan., is staying in the Herrig home to help care for the new baby. Johnnie Gleesten of Des Moines came Monday and is visiting for a few days in the Merlyn Finders home. Mike and Dennie Kelly visited over the weekend with their grandmother, Mrs. Laura Finegari in Carroll. Iveta Fee returned from a three and one-half week visit in the Duane Germann home at Whittemore. Jeannie Germann returned with her for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Young of Grand Junction w ere Sunday guests in the L. A. Drilling home. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. "Hembera and family of Cedar Rapids were Wednesday night and Thursday visitors in the Don Harper home. The women are sisters. The two families were supper guests in the George Dresselhus home at Odebolt. Mr. Dresselhus is a brother of the women. The birthday of John Flink was observed at his home Friday night. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Flink and family, the Ray Stock family, the "Chester Meals and Ronald Meals families, the Alvin Kowalke family and Mrs. Dena Tjaden. .••' Deaths and Purierdih Battle Toll-Free St. Lawrence Seaway NEW YORK (Jfi — ,A committee formed to fight a toll-free St. Lawrence Seaway move has appealed .0 60 Congressmen from New York and New Jersey for their aid. Officials of the bistat.e group, cnown officially as the New York- New Jersey Committee for a self- supporting seaway, said at a news conference Sunday they are try- ng to head off efforts by prospective midwestern users to oper$. ate the seaway with 'low tolls or no tolls." Public conferences on seaway oils are schedubd for next month Mftfi. Rflf Mrs. Roy Roth, 62, of Odebolt passed away Sunday evening in St. Anthony Hospital. Death occurred at 6:20 p.m. Mrs. Roth had'been a patient in the hospital here since August 14. The body was sent to the faber and otteman Funeral Home in Odebolt.. DR. W. L. MeCONfclE The sanctuary and adjoining rooms of the First Presbyterian Church were filled at final rites at 2 p.m. Saturday for Dr. W. L. Me- Conkie, 62, eye, ear, nose and throat specialist at the Carroll Medical Center, who died Wednesday night at St. Anthony Hospital after a five-month illness. The Rev. Waltet E. Schiel, minister of the church, officiated. Mary Morrison sang "The Lord's Prayer," accompanied by Mrs. Ronald L. Ream, organist, whb played a prelude and postlude. Physicians from Carroll County and the surrounding area, graduate nurses and student nurses of St. Anthony Hospital were seated in groups. In another group were members of Chapter EB of P.E.O., of which Mrs. McCenkie is a member. Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery. Pallbearers were: W. H, Rust of Glidden, Dr. L. W. Chain of Dedham, Dr. Stanton L. Sherman, Louis H. Anderson, Ronald L. Ream and R M. Moehn. Out-of-town relatives at the rites in addition to Dr. and Mrs. McConkie's daughter. Mrs. B. V. Me- Kinney of Northridge, Calif., and son. and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. McConkie of Jefferson, were Dr. J. Paul McConkie, Birmingham, Mich.; Dr. and Mrs. E. B. McConkie. Cedar Rapids; Dr. and Mrs. Stuart B. MeConkie, Iowa City; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Johnson, Mrs, Ben Logan and Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Logan, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Nelson and Mr. and Mrs, Dale Logan, Harlan; Dr. and Mrs. Harry Hines, Iowa City, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Marker, Kansas City, Mo. Among out-of-cown friends were Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Gruetzmacher, Dr. and Mrs. D H. Hopkins and Mrs.. Marie Hibbs, Des. Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. A. T. Smith, Kansas City,. Mo. . There were also friends from Jefferson, Glidden, Perry, Atlantic and Exira. • Dr. McConkie attended Coe Col- let*, C*dar his M. D. d£gf §8 ffofft IBS school of the State Univet Mty ;„ of Iowa. He took his internship it University Hospital. ' Dr. and Mrs. MeConkie, were married 'July 26, 1920, fit Jackson, Minn., Ideated ili Caffdll the next month Dr MeCoflkte Md followed his profession h«r« slftfift that time. Surviving witn his Wif*, fidrtl* are his daughter", Mrs. MeKiflftgy, (Phyllis), Northridge, Calif.; Sdft, Robert L. McCf.fikie, Jeffer*6fl; three grandchildren, Nancy ifld Susan McGonkie and Mark MftKitt- ney; three brothers, Col. H..S. Me- Conkie, Fort Bragg, N. C.; Or. J* Paul McConkie, Blfmmgttsfll, • Mich., and Dr. E. B. McCdiikle, Cedar Rapids, and two • sistftf*, Mrs. Volney McPadden, Mt. Vef- non, N. Y., and Mrs. Ruth MfiMaa- us, Shreveport, La. He was a son of the late Dr.'and Mrs. W. A. McConkie • of . CedAr j Rapids, where he was bom reared. MISS VTVIAN LEONARD (Ttmei B«rtld allow the U.S. to participate with Canada in construction of the 500 million dollar waterway, the measure provided thaLthe work was to be paid for in 'iQ years under a self-liquidating toil structure.. Strikes(Continued from Page 1) Leigh Himes acted as master m Washington D. C. and Chicago, of ceremonies. Mrs. McCullough ! T "e committee, which plans to read the class prophecy. Letters j ex P and '" to a nahonwid e organi -,. * r •* I*»«"»T1*»»% 1* « M .MAHi-A>tl-.M«J -.. tu. . 1 _ . were read from Mrs. Dick George (Pearl Armstrong), Boone; Mrs. Dale McCone (Phyllis Firth), Man- "lla; Mrs. Vincent Nixon (Letha toens), Glendale, Arizona; and Mrs. J. 0, Richards (Joyce a neutral'mediation group, possibly three clergymen", try to settle the dispute. He said he had been turned down by;, the publishers twice in his offer to drop the grievance if the discharged News mailers w t ere reinstated. The News employs a total' '61 170* mailers. *' : The Boston strike is being conducted by the Mailers Union, an affiliate of^he International Typographical Union, from which Detroit's mailers withdrew last year to form the IMU. The Boston .strike, over a wage increase, seems locked in a tough no-negotiations stage. Inspired by ^Traitors' Woodruff Randolph, president of the ITU, charged in New York Sunday flight that the Detroit walkout was inspired by. former ITU officials whom" he called "traitors." He said IMU leaders tiad tacked $4,000 on one Detroit newspaper's weekly, payroll with extra personnel. He did not name the paper. Brown, IMU vice president, commented in reply, "Six of the 87 people discharged and locked out v/ere members of Mr, Randolph's union." 'Meanwhile, the Executive Board of the Detroit Newspaper Guild voted Sunday night to tell members to report to work at all three newspapers and disregard toy picket lines. LAKE CITY ~ Funeral rites will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at tha Karn Funeral Home here for Miss Vivian Leonard, 83, longtime resident of Lake City, who died Saturday at a Council Bluffs hospital after an illness of several years. The Rev. C. 0. Stucken- bruck will officiate. Burial will be in Cottonwood Cemetery. Miss Leonard is survived by one brother, David Leonard of Laka City, several nieces and nephews. WILLIAM B. KULT (Tlm«» Hertld Strathman), Long Beach, Calif.,! £*" in 1WW lo cc ^'^& S"'PS whn u,flro -nnt nroton* Th».« „,„..- i that draw as much as 25 feet of zation, has contacted similar groups in other cities seeking a united front against proposals to have taxpayers foot the bill for the seaway and its operation. The seaway is to open the Great Lakes in 1959 to ccean-going ships THAT FIGURES DECATUR, .m. w> - A man driver had a logical excuse when he snarled up traffic at an intersection. He called out to a nearby woman driver, "Sorry, but my wife taught me how to drive." Sun-it*) GLIDDEN — William B. .Ktjlt, 54, COon Rapids farmer, died -at 10:55 p.m. Sunday afe St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll after, a Jong illness. He had been admitted to the hospital August 8. . ; Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at Annunciation Church, Coon Rapids, with the Rev. Robert Dougherty offering requiem mass. Burial will be .in the Catholic Cemetery at Coon Rapids. ' The body is resting at 'the Huffman Funeral Home in' Glidden, where the rosary will be prayed at 8. p.m. Monday and Tuesday, with Fr. Dougherty leading the recitation each evening. Mr. Kult, who was born "August 11, 1903, at Coon Rapids spent his life on a farm near Coon Rapids. His parents were the late Mr.- and Mrs. John Kult. : ' ' . He. was married to. Gladys PJumley at Lidderdale Oct 26, 1927. ; .Surviving with his wife are three sons: Bernard, Kult, Ida Grove; William R. Kult, Coon Rapids, and Gary Kult, Coon Rapids; five sisters: Mrs. Cyril (Elizabeth) Altepeter, Oxford, Ind.; Mrs. Harvey (Ann) Barber, Coon Rapids; Mrs.: Fred (Barbara) Reil, Bayard; Mrs. Loretta Rafferty, Coon Rapids; "and Mrs. Pete (Clara) Christensen, Spirit .Lake; j .0 n e brother, G;eorge Kult,' Cbori Rapids; and seven grandchildren. , One brother, Peter Kult of Coon Rapids, is deceased. J\jr. Kult was a member of J^n- nunciatlon Church, Coon Rapids: Henry J. Nielond Breda — Ago 84 Rosary 8:00 p. m. Monday^ At Twit Funeral Chapel , Led by Rev. Wm, J. Ortmanm Requiem Ma** 9:30 a. m. Tuesday, St. Bernard's Church Breda. , Rev. Wm. J. Ortmann, Officiating. Final Resting Place, St. Bernard's Cemetery. TWIT who were -not present. There were i also letters from, former instructors: A. C. Lee and Marie Perkins, Des Moines; Harold Turpin, Manson; and Bill Steneker of Mason City. A book will be purchased and '• presented to the public library in memory of Robert Bonneson, who > lost his life in World War II. j Other class members who were j not present were Mrs. R. L, Dennis (Vera Bald), Allerton; Miss Ellyn Fielweber, Long Beach, Calif.; Mrs. Fred Becker (Marilyn Whiting), Sacramento, Calif.; water. When Congress voted in 1954 to tresses, emergency bedside safety Calvin Kruse, Arcadia, Calif.; rails, a portable Pneophore with j Mrs. LeRoy Hansen (Margaret »«u..i;,^. n i« n ,,hn-.«r,t o«^ „*!,„.. Lake), Manning; William ftfeg- nebulizer attachment, and other sick room equipment, This portable sick room equipment is now housed in Carroll, Manning, Arcadia, Coon Rapids, Breda, Glidden, Dedham, and is made readily available for temporary use without charge to any resident, under the direction ot the Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary units. Bonded representatives of magazine publisher, with credentials signed by the officers and members of tha American Legion Auxiliary units of Carroll County will sail on resident* of the area to ex plain the plan in gers, Westside; Mrs. Jim Schoeppe (Phyllis Joens), Aurora, Colo.; Donald Schroeder, Persia; Jame» Rowedder, Reseda, Calif.; Sheldon Book, Portland, Ore.; Willis Grimm, Vinton; Ludwigj Hammer, Denison; Mrs, Marvin Petersen (Marian Ohrt), Botna; Mrs. Bernhardt Hollander (Jeanne Bohnsack), Aspinwall; Mrs. Pete Schroeder (Donna Keat), Norfolk, Neb.; Mrs. Roland Huebner, (Agnes Blum), Manning; Mrs. Loren Kepford, (Maurine Wegner), Norwalk, Calif.; Robert Kuhl, Omaha, and Jack Scanlon. Denver, AN INVESTMENT 1N PEACE OF MIND "... and keeps that piaat ot the soul serene,' WAlLEfi Thoughtful famffles plan suitable monuments before the need arises. Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from planning ahead. Consult us now, without obligation. CONVENIENT Tf«M$ McPHERSON- CAMPBELL MEMORIALS Monuments WEDNESDAY/AUG. 21 NIGHT SALE Sale Starts at 7:30 O'Clock Sharp CATTLE 12 Head WF Hereford steers, wt., 400-500. 15 Hereford and Shorthorn, steers and heifers, mixed, wt, 500600. 5 Wet Hereford stock ' cows, wt,, 800-900. 16 Mixed calves, some steers and heifers, wt., 250.350. 3 Corn-fed heifers, wt., 600-700. 4 Mixed bull calves, wt., 400. 1 Holstein milk cow. 3 Dairy heifers. 10 Veal calves. HOGS 15 Mixed pigs, wt, 65. 13 White pigs, wt., 50. 12 Mixed stock pigs, w 125, not vaccinated* 16 Hamp pigs, wt, 70, 1 Hamt» boar. . 10 Smalrpigs, SHliP 12 Good moiitlj twfis, 16 Feeding lambs. . ' Some fruit and vegetables; one load of ___ - '£ Carroll East Salt - 3 ;^ ffS #*"5" v n ','t'' ' V/'..''V % ''^*M> ' '

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