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Missouri Joins States Turning to Fixed Speed Limits By LARRY HALL .born in conflict and confusion on JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. m — j the closing day of the State Legis- Missouri Thursday joined the pa- lature's 1957 session last May. rade of states recently turning to! Opponents derided it as a driv- fixed speed limits as a means of; er's nightmare and . a lawyer's combatting carnage oft the high- 1 paradise. ways. i The 70-mile an hour maximum Many Missouri drivers are post- j is the same as in adjacent Kansas ing this chart on their sun visors,, and the highest in the nation. Most reflecting the limits which went states have speed limits in the 50- Into effect at midnight: , 60 range. In Massachusetts they Day Night; go down to 40 Divided U.S. highways 70 70 Undivided U.S. highways 70 65 Other roads 65 60 45 45 10 , miles an hour when visibility is Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa 1 low and road conditions are poor Thursday, Aug. 29, 1957 | will be subject to arrest." ; He expressed a fear the high souri highways which carry the limits in the new law will induce U.S. markers. , 'drivers to go faster than they "The limits are too high to have; ought and faster than they have much effect on the accident rec- been on Missouri's hills and ord," he said. curves. Highway accidents took 1,132 He also fears prosecutors will lives in -Missouri last year. be reluctant to prosecute and Until now Missouri has relied judges reluctant to convict unless Col. Hugh M. Waggoner, super- j on a law requiring drivers to keep j drivers exceed the state limits, intendent of the Missouri Highway i within a careful and prudent • . Enforcement officers in many j Patrol, predicted the new law will! speed, states make it a policy not to both- In unposted towns 45 45 i be hard to enforce, partly because | "Careful and prudent driving ; er drivers who hit a shade above It is Missouri's first attempt to! of its intricacy. He feels 70 miles ( still is required," Col. Waggoner the fixed limits—say no more than ret legal speed limits and it was Ian hour is too fast on some Mis- ! pointed out. "A driver going 70 10 per cent faster than prescribed. Col. Waggoner said there will be no such tolerance in Missouri. The Highway Patrol IF putting a dozen «new radar cars on the road to enforce the fixed limits. Filling stations, restaurants and motels are distributing 156,000 cards carrying " the speed limit chart and the Outdoor Advertising Council is putting it on 220 billboards. Missouri's resort to fixed limits leaves only Arizona and Nevada relying on the prudent and careful requirement. Iowa has no daytime limits but prescribes a 60 mile an hour top at night. The Daily Record ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. Lucy Barsby, Manning. Charles Rogan. Scranton. Mrs. Glen L. Cornelius, ,Glidden. Marcia Wilken, Westside. Mrs. Leonard W. Booth. Arcadia. Dismissals— Philip P. Knaack, Manning. Mrs. Bernard Irlbeck anddbaby, •Westside. Mrs. Raymond L. Stock. Wall Lake. Sandra Kay Berns, Glidden. Mrs. Max R. Tuel. Coon Rapids. Zachary T. Campbell, Churdan. dan. Jorgen H. Jorgensen, Manilla. Ben Schulte. Breda. Thomas Ray Reiling, Coon Rapids. Vicki Koenig, Carroll. Charles H. Sigwalt, Odebolt. Mary Margaret Ryan, Carroll. Kent Weible, Manning. Mrs. Dennis F. Sheridan, Vail. Walter Rogers, Dedham. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wittrock, Halbur, a daughter. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald H. Venteicher. Scranton, a daughter, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Pivonka, Dexter, a son, Wednesday. crime* HeraM New* Berriee) LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs. Howard Strickland, a daughter August 27 at the McCrary-Rost Hospital, Lake City. (Time* Herald New» fjen-tte) BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Witwer, Topeka, Kan., a son August 27. The baby is a grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Witwer of Breda. McCRARY-ROST HOSPITAL (Time* HeraM New* Serrlee) LAKE CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Dale Spencer, Callender, a son Aug. 23. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Holm, Lake City, a son Aug. 24. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aiken, Rockwell City, a daughter Aug. 25. FOR FUN AND FUTURE . . . This "ride of the future" is shown here in an Akron, Ohio, amusement park, but its builders say it's more than an amusement ride. The first commercial monorail in the United States consists of three 11- foot-long cars with four double seats In each. A single overhead track 20 feet above the ground carries the monorail at speeds up to 60 m.p.h. The aluminum cars are powered by a four-cylinder engine. The five Akron residents who designed the monorail say It may be the answer to traffic problems in teeming cities. Surface traffic would be something passengers could Just look down on—and relax. Louis Malloy Family Takes Trip Through Parrs of Colorado (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malloy and children, Tommy and Patty, returned from a vacation trip through parts of Colorado. They visited Denver, Colorado Springs, the Royal Gorge and Two Coupfes from Westside Return From a Fishing Trip {Times Herald New* Serrtee) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. John Slender and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schuman have returned after spending several days at .Alexandria, Minn., on a fishing trip,' Mrs. Fred Pankow and Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Bahnsen and family of Wyoming were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Schuman the past week. Mrs. Ray Brotherson and Lorene, Mrs. Darrell Arneil, and Barbara Aschinger accompanied by Hilda and Malinda Rickers spent Friday in Omaha. Visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs.,Hubert Wilken and Dennis, Sunday were Mable Wilken of Harlan, Mrs. Mary Wilken and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Wilken and Vickie Jo. Dr. and Mrs. K. A. Doyle and children, Kathy, Danny and Steven and Mrs. Bertha Doyle visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Behrens at Westfield. Mr. and Mrs, Lafe Bahnsen and children, LuAnn, Laurel. Luverne and Louis, Mrs. Ted Bahnsen and Wardrobe ©em! Printed Pattern numerous other places. | Mrs. Anna Pankow of Wyoming, Mrs. Earl Wiebers arranged a ; Iowa, visited from Thursday until party. for her daughter, Jean, on j Sunday in the homes of the Schroeher 10th birthday Tuesday Guests I ders and Schumans. Mrs. Lafe were Diane Ewoldt, Connie Ben- j Lahnsen and children and Mrs. ton. Kathy Doyle, Ruth Nobiling. i Penkow were en route home after Kay Luetje, Mary Terrell, Mary j a vacation in Colorado and were Youman, Joan Hugg, Jean Kearn ies, Donna Petersen and Marilyn Claussen. The afternoon was spent joined here by Mr. Bahnsen and Mrs. Ted Bahnsen for a short visit before returning to Wyoming. Sun Mr. and Mrs. Patrick H o o d.' 21.00-21.35, most 2-3 230-270 IbicoRX Lohrville, a* daughter Aug. 26. | along with several lots No. 1-2 200-j Septl Dec. March Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 L. Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats along with several lots No. 1-2 200 220 lb 21.25-21.50; larger lots mixed grades 330-425 lb sows 19.00-20.50. Salable cattle 1,700: calves 200; choice and low prime steers ac- j OATS $2.15 1 tive. strong; average prime to Sept.' 115 high prime steers absent: steers i De< " ^59 grading good and below about • March steady; prime heifers absent; high • good and choice grades fully sept. stead; heifers average good and Vov „ „ u _ .i below steady, weak; cows mostly;' CHICAGO <^-Hogs sold mostly , stead ^ hj her earIv ?|jan.- steady to 25 cents lower and sows othe / cla .4 s steadv . load 1250 hiLA Rr> Were mostly stparlv rn afrnno. - Chicago Livestock 123 123 «i 128H 131 >4 66 68'i 70 \ SOY BEANS 241\ 237 % 241 12114 122 *4 127 V, 130 Hi 65% 68* 70i <i 70 4 239 >i 239^ 121 »i 122 hi 123 4 1234 128 1284 131 66 68% 68 \ 70 \ 70% 240 \ 241 237 4 237 \ 240% 241 123 123 4 123% 1234 1284 131 H 66 with games, after which refresh- \ day. a picnic was held at Manning ments were served ! in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Luetje en- I Schroeder and family, in honor of tertained friends Sunday evening ! lh *? isn ? rS ™ Thos * .? tten * n »? ,n at their home in observance of | ad JV° n .° a " d Mrs> B * h " sen Mr. Luetje's birthday. Guests ™* Mrs ' Pat * ow a " d Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Bauer I™ Bahnsen were Mr. and Mrs. and Mr. and Mrs. Gerhart Brock- 1 D , arre " Snyder of Carroll, Mr. and man, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Hen-! Mrs. DontJenkl " s " f 0mah , a ' Mr : rv Peters, Fred Massen, Mrs. Min- a " d Mrs. Leroy Schuman, Mr. and nie Vetter, Martha and Paul Vet-! Mrs - ° m % I 1 "" 18 !?; a !] \l n ' ter, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Fred H erbertc wSn ^r, Mr. and Mrs. Stoffers. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harry Schroeder and Mr and Mrs. Jans, Mrs. Helena Kaspersen, Harold S ? r ° eder , a " d Marcellus and Mildred. Arcadia; Mr - and Mrs ; Louis Malloy ac- Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jensen and I ^ ompa " ,ed ^ yfUJohfn Smi , th ? f " al " family. Vail; Mr. and Mrs. L. C.! bur attended the funeral of Mrs Thiedeman, Mr. and Mrs. Her- MaU0 °y s « nc Jf- N . ,ck * as *°P f . 0 man Vetter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl S st - Ben « dl ^ Tuesda y- M £ Rask «P { Segebart, Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias,! was a brother-in-law of Mr Smith Mr. and Mrs. Adolf Luetje, Jo-! , rs ' Sm,th . was , at f **™ A ' ct hannes Herrman. Mr. and Mrs. : after ,earn,n « o{ death of her Horry Kruehtens Complete Summer -> Courses at Drake (lime* Herald News Servtee) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kruchten returned Friday from Des Moines where he attahded the summer session of Drake Univer-' sity. They are spending a few days at Lake Okoboji. Marvin Heim of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Helm and famliy, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Theulen and family, spent Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Helm. Mrs. Theulen brought and served a decorated cake with three candles for the third birthday of Bobby Lee Theulen. Mrs. Emma Herrig and son, Rufus of Albert City were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hess. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert. Wolford and Ronnie Wolford were weekend' visitors id the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Waters and daughters at Sioux City. Denise Wolford returned to Auburn with them after a visit in the Waters home. Luann Waters of Sioux City is spending this week in the Wolford home. 12-46 Sew & whole wardrobe of smart dresses from this Printed Pattern! Just vary the neckline from scoop style to a collar version—It's an Ideal all-season dress. Make It casual or dressy. Printed Pattern 9213: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18. 20; 40, 42, 44, 46. Size 18 takes 54 yards 35-inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 1£ N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Wilbur Luetje and family and Mr, and Mrs. Wendell Luetje and fam- I Hy. Mr. and Mrs. John T. Lawler entertained Sunday in their home at a dinner party. Guests were, Mr. brother on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rohwer and Victor Rohwer of Lynden, Wash., visited in the home of August Rohwer and daughters Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson of 12.65 12.87 12.55 12.75 13.37 13.27 12.60 12.82 12.85 13.37 13.27 ELKS DANCE Sat., Aug. 31 FEATURING Roger Loots and Orchestra Per Your Listening and Dancing Pleasure ct«,^„ f« „,.„. other classes steady steady to strong j s , eers prime wUh choJce end| sept. ! 27.75! good to high choice 21.50- j. Most 2 and 3 230 to 270 pound- ! 26 50 d and choice nei(ers !"Dec ers andI several lots of No 1 and, 21 00 . 25 00 . uliUty and commercial! towrtoaiM' 60 * 8 13 - 75 -! 6 - 50: utiUty and com vSt. Bernard School pounas sow trom *2i.Z5 to szi.50,, mercial bulls i 6 . 00 -i8.00; good and ^ W*.L u lift ... . . (choice vealers 22.00-25.00; load of Opens With Malt-DOY 4S8Sy C A V^i.Sf'SiSlSS."" 1 choice 585 lb stock steers glasses August 30th M i i and Mrs. Roy Frederick and fam- _ _ . „. 68 4 ily of Ida Grove, Joan Siperlie of j S f %f n a " cl ^° v FaU f r ^iSS A't ^^e^-^a^is ^nr^ Uft ! ?k U wno fs ,e nome m on fete. be" : Mr and Mrs. Michael KiUeen and 237 ' i reassigned to Arizona. j rami y. 237 '* • Mrs Georee Mavnard and Mrs I Jerry Luet J e - 22-month-old son of I \t.rv1n Snfh«««n »fr/ a Jmn« ' Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Luet e, sub- 240\ ; Marvin Brotherson were among ... . . _ _ . 'those who attended the G.L.F.W : mitted . to » unr ^ f Bri t» y „„?„„ Club meeting in the home of Mrs. \ MeMmr °" an,H H ° s » ,ta i' nnlM ThVL- William TettPr of Wall Lake Mr " and MrS> Harold Schroeder Th St. pwl r„uSr and famil y attended a reunion Sunson president, conducted the^ (M d M ch rf meeting. Mrs. Bob Olench, secre-1 'tary, was present. Following the I Ab , boude and daughters, Gwen- prime steers brought $27.75, the practical top. (USDA) — Salable hogs 6,000; late trade moderately active; generally steady on butchers over 190 lb; weights under 190 lb uneven; steady to 25 lower; sows uneven, mostly steady to strong; No. 1-3 most 2-3 200-225 lb butchers Salable sheep 700; high choice (Times R«rald News 8crv|p«) business meeting, recreation" was ; dol . yn and Cnarlott « oi Pheonix, led by Mrs. Brotherson. Mrs. Vir-; ArlZl gil Freese received the door prize.! The hbstess served refreshments. ; ^,,„.,« T .„ . „ A race be- More Day Until LARRY ARRIVES and prime spring lambs fully BREDA - St Bernard school lu * SS , served refresn «nents. j ^ ^mmjiv m stead,; ^ ... to. choice w e ,K| wi „ begin ^S?Jg!g ; «• SrSTtMUl! H ! ^SSd£*- river craft, Christiansen in Denison. At that! the Avalon. and the Donna Mae, ;to 50 lower; cull and utility about! classes, starting with the 8 o'clock ! steady; slaughter ewes steady; I mass. Classes will be resumed choice and prime spring lambs!Tuesday, September 3. 24.50-26.00 Chicago Grain These Markets are Furnished by the Humphrey Grain Company ^ . Prev. H1 « h L ow dose Close WHEAT Sept, 215 ?4 214 h Dec. March May 222 225 hi 221i| 220'„ 224 Hi 220 H 215 4 215'* 221 \ 225 221 1-« 221 "h, 215*4 216 221% 221 \ 225 221 SURPLUS FOOD REPORT DES MOINES W) — The. Iowa Department of Social Welfare reports it has distributed 2,000 tons of surplus food to needy Iowa families during the first half of 1957. Sixty-nine counties are taking part in the program. Argentina, Brazil and Chile are known as the ABC Powers. Notice of Sale of Two Carroll Residences AT PUBLIC AUCTION SAME DAY Residence No. 1 "Th* former residence of Theodore Staler! and Mary Stalert, deceased, located at 120 North Court Street, Carroll, Iowa FIRST SALE TO BE HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1957, AT 1 O'CLOCK P. M. AT THE PREMISES Jeteph P. MeiAhardt, txecutor, will on the 10th day of September, 1957, at 1 o'clock P. M. offer for sale to the highest bidder for cash, at public auction, the said residence, legal description of which Is: Lot 9, Block 41, Second Addition to Carroll, Carroll County, lows. Executor is authorized under the wills of Theodore Staiert and Mary Stalert, deceased, to sell Mid premises without court approval. This property will be sold to the highest bidder at said time and place and such sale shall be final. TBRMJ: 20% in cash upon the signing of a contract and the balance will be payable upon delivery of an abstract showing good merchantable title to the said premises and an executor 's deed therefor. Possession will be given within 40 days after the signing of a contract. This modern 7-room home is in good condition, and ready for occupancy. Residence No. 2 The residence of John Staiert, located at 623 West 10th Street, Carroll, Iowa SECOND SALE TO BE HELD TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1957, AT 3 O'CLOCK P. M. AT THE PREMISES Th* said residence will be offered for sale to the highest bidder for cash at public auction on the 10th day of September, 1957, at 3 o'clock P. M. The legal description is as follows: Lot 10, Block 1, Wattle's Third Addition to Carroll, lows, This residence will be sold to the highest bidder at said time and place and such sale shall be final. This property belongs to John Stalert, who reserves the right to reject all bids. TIRMt: 20% in cash upon the signing of a contract and the balance will he payable upon delivery of an abstract showing good merchant•bit title to the said premises and a warranty deed therefor. " *-- ~ J " L act. in- other These resldtnces may be inspected at any time before sale date. See auctioneer, executor, sales manager or attorney, JOSEPH p, MEINHARDT, Executor of the Estate of Theodore StaHr* and Executor of the Estate of Mary Stalert, Deceased. AL BOSS, Auctioneer JOHN STAIERT, Sales Mgr. M. ft, TAN CRiTI, Attorney, Carroll County State Bank Bldg. Carroll, Iowa Sale of Two Carroll County Farms AT PUBLIC AUCTION SAME DAY To settle estates of Theodore Staiert and Mary Staiert, deceased, first farm sale to be held Wednesday, Sept 11, 1957 At 1 O'clock P. M. 124.24 acres, more or less, located 2 miles west and one mile south of Carroll. Iowa, known as the Theodore Staiert Farm. Place of Sale - At Farm. Legal description: All of the North Half of the Northeast Quarter, except Railroad right of way; the Southwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter lying North and West of Railroad right of way; and the Southeast Quarter of the North* east Quarter except the West 7 rods South of the Railroad, all in Section 33, Township 84 North, Range 35, West of the 5th P. M., Carroll County, Iowa, containing 124.24 acres more or less according to government survey. TERMS: 20% down payment and balance upon delivery of abstract showing good merchantable title and executor's deed, Executor is authorized under the will of Theodore Staiert to sell said premises. This property will he sold to the highest bidder at said time and place and such sale shall be final. Possession wiU be given March 1, 195S. 2nd Farm Sale to Be Held Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1957, at 3:30 o'clock P. M. 60 acres, more or less, located Vi mile south of Maple River, Iowa, known as the Theodore Stalert and Mary Staiert farm. Place of Sale - At Farm Legal description: The North Half of the Northeast Quarter of Section 17, Township 84 North, Range 35, West of the 5th P. M„ Carroll County, Iowa. TERMS: 20^c down payment and balance upon delivery of abstract showing good merchantable title and executor's deed. Executor Is authorized under the wills of Theodore Staiert and Mary Stalert to sell said premises. This property will be sold to the highest bidder at said time and place and such sala shall be final. Possession will be given March 1, 1958. These farms may be Inspected 'at any time before sale date. See auctioneer, executor, sales manager.or attorney, ' JOSEPH MEINHARDT, Executor of the Berate of Theodora Stalert and Executor of the Estate of Mary Stalert, Deceased. AL BOSS, Auctioneer JOHN STAIERT, Sales Mgr. M. R. TAN CRETI, Attorney, Carroll County State Bank Bldg. , Carroll, Iowa. meeting, the annual white elephant sale will be held. Mr. and Mrs. William O. Stoelk were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gerdes and children, Kathy and Steven of Wall Lake. The occasion was the first birthday of Steven Gerdes. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gerd H. Gerdes, Mr. and Mrs. Don Gerdes and Cheryl, Lloyd Gerdes and Mrs. Emma Schoenboom of Wall Lake a diesel excursion boat, was can celed Wednesday because of the weather. Mrs. Daisy Hausken Entertains a Guest From Portland, Ore. (Times Herald News Serviee) LANESBORO - Mrs. S. E. Bradley of Portland, Ore., arrived to visit Mrs. Daisy Hausken. Mrs. Edith Peters and Mrs. Francis McCoy of Des Moines spent the latter part of last week in the home of Mrs. Melissa Whelan. ' Mrs. Paul Smidt and family of Albert Lea, Minn., was a visitor in the home of her mother, Mrs. Francis Wetter. Lois Hunt and Janet Vincent left Sunday to spend a few days at St. Joe. Mo., where they will visit Lois Hunt's relatives. Mrs. Daisy Hausken, Mrs. Maxine Green and daughter and Mrs. Monroe Streeter accompanied Mrs. Mantz to Clarinda Thursday where they visited Don Wheat and Monroe Streeter. Micheal Harms, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Harms, was an overnight patient at the McVay Hospital in Lake City last Friday with a virus. Spend Weekend At Wichita, Kan. (Times Herald News Serviee) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Halstrom and Mally Brinker were guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bear at Wichita, Kan. Mally spent Saturday with A-2c Duane Shannon at Salina, Kan. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winker and son, Dennis, visited Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mosel at Callendar. She attended open house at the Callendar new community school building. En route home they visited Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Rose and family at Rockwell City. They were Thursday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Scrad and daughters. Leonard Hamilton of Omaha was a weekend guest in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton. Sunday dinner guests were Richard Mohr and Louis Vaughn of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Mohr and family of Lake City. Gary and Gene Mohr remained overnight. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weber and i family of Council Bluffs were j guests Friday night and Saturday ! in the home of Mr. and Mrs. i Rudy Weber. Mrs. Jennie Menck, i who had spent the past week in I the Weber home, returned to Au- j burn with them. j Mrs. Lydia Kent visited Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reiling and family at Storm Lake. Mrs. Reiling is a granddaughter of Mrs. Kent. Legal Notices Deaths and Funerals MISS MILDRED THOMPSON Miss Mildred Thompson, 58, of Des Moines, sister of Mrs. Robert Hatch of Carroll, died at the Methodist Hospital in Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Don Jenkins of Wednesday after an illness of Omaha spent the weekend in t.ie, about a J ear and a nalf homes of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vennink and family. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Dreessen spent Saturday and Sunday at the State Fair'. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Freese, Kevin and Beth, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese of Lake View, spent Wednesday in Omaha. Miss Thompson had been a kindergarten teacher in the Ottumwa public school system for 30 years. Surviving with her father, Harry Thompson of Des Moines, are three brothers and four sisters. Mrs. Hatch is leaving Thursday for Des Moines to attend the funeral rites, which will probably be Friday at the Dunn Funeral Home. Mr. Hatch, sons, Robert and Douglas, and daughter, Mary Alice, will join Mrs. Hatch Friday. in 1912, his mother in 1938 and a brother, George, in 1942. Surviving are one brother, Fred Stroud, Bagley, and a sister-in- law, Mrs. George Stroud. Mr. Stroud served as one of the -directors of the Scranton elevator for several terms. He was also a director of the Scranton Telephone company for many years: He was a member of the First Methodist Church, the I.O.O.F. Lodge and the Rebekah Lodge. Ia The District Court of Iowa, In and for Carroll County NOTICE—PROOF OF WIU. STATE OF IOWA, , Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That an Instrument in writing, purporting to be the last will and testament of Henry J. Nleland Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 1.6th day of September, 1957, at 9:00 o'clock a. m. at the Courthouse in Carroll, low*, as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this 21st day of August, 1957. (SEAL) Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court. Bv Lois Slbenaller, Deputy. Aug. 32, 29, Sept. 5, 1957. JOHN J. STROUD (Time* Herald News Serviee) SCRANTON—Funeral rites were held at 2 p.m. Monday, August 26, at the First Methodist Church here for John James Stroud, 74, who died August 23 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll after a day's illness. The Rev. Robert M. Parris officiated. Mrs. John Thomas, organist, accompanied Mrs. Allen Mosler and Mrs. Charles. Hanha who sang "Beyond the " Sunset" and "What a Friend We Have in Jesus." Burial was in the Scranton cemetery. Pallbearers were Cassius Cadderi, Joe Duff, Albert Fey, Allen Mosier, Harry Shaffer and William Wright. Mr. Stroud, son of William and Emily Stroud, was born July 23, 1883, in Willow Township, Greene County, Ia. He was a farm owner and operator in Greene County. Several years ago he moved to Scranton to care for his mother, continuing to live hare after her death. His father died in 1903, a sister MONUMENTS Compare quality, workmanship ana price , . . and you'll buy your monument from Mc< < •hersen-Campbell. ' McPherton- Campbell Co* 'Across from Cemetery •hone Carroll, Iowa : Open Sunday! • Tit) • JALOPY CLUB DES MOINES l* - The Mount Ayr Jalopy Club was incorporated Wednesday to promote driver education and develop interest in jalopy and car racing. The club plans to build a drag strip for racing. AUCTION SATURDAY, AUG. 31 12:15 O'Clock CATTLE 18 Shorthorn steers and heifers, wt„ 550-600. 22 Angus steer calves, wt, 450-500. 21 Angus heifers, wt., 500-600. 26 Hereford steer and heifer calves, wt., 400-450. \ 8 Hereford heifers, wt M 600. 22 Hereford steers, wt.", 600-650. 19 Mixed steers, wt., 500-550. 18 Shorthorn steers and heifers, wt., 500-550. 14 Small Hereford calves. 24 Choice Hereford steer calves, wt., 400500. 16 Angus heifers, wt., 400-450. 28 Yearling Hereiord steers, wt., 600-700. 12 Angus steers, wt., 550. Expect semi of Nebraska ^Hereford yearling steers. HOGS 36 Good feeder pigs, wt., 75-80. 22 Pigs, wt., 50. jgfc 12 Pigs,, small. Wf SHEEP 10 Good mouth ewes. 2 Good bucks. Zeigler oil'burner; large size 275-gal. tank and stand, also copper tubing; chest of drawers; tomatoes; plums; apples; pickles; 1 combination storm door, 32x80 inches; 7 storm windows; 1 inside house J^of;'2wndow screens'; bed; dressers; chairs and otherarticles. Farmers Sale Co. CARIBOU., IOWA,

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