Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 31, 1957 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Good Thing* to Eat 18 NO 'PRE-COOKED!, CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc CARD OP THANKS OP to 30 wortji 28 over SO word*. .$1.88 _4« per w«rd CLASSIFIID DISPLAY Pet column Inch $1.20 S UMliled dUplayf taken untU 10 ». m. »y of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Rejulay eUtaUled ttU 9;30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. ra. Monday through Friday. GLASSIPIBD CASH WITH ORDIR One day, per word- Two days, per word- Three days, per word- Four days, per word_ Five days, per word— Six days, per word— CLUB 30--THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc . Scents . Scents .12 cents .14 cents NEW 3-BDRM. HOME WITH A large birch finished kitchen, facing front, with separated dining area. Lots of closet space. Gas heat. $1,500 will handle FHA loan. John Gnam Real Estate. 18-205-2tc ,16 cents .18 cents Announcements OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience Andy Balk Men's Wear. 6-189-tfc 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 Cleaners. 6-184-tfc MONTHLY PAYMENT PLAN — Budget all your insurance prem iums to one easy monthly pay ment. Kratoska Insurance. 6-201-5tc T.V. SNOW STORM? CALL 9513 for service. Latest, modern test ing equipment plus trained ser viceman. Guaranteed parts, serv ice. Sporrer's T.V. 6-201-etc 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 RATI See Phil Dennis Sec.'Treas. National Farm Loan Association Over Woolworth'i — CarroU 12-2 -_5tC 14 PRING FRIES, 80c. B. F. HabeYl, 2 miles north, ivi west of Carroll. 18-204-3tp NOTICE Because of the extra time needed to completely stock, arrange and clean up our new store, we will make home deliveries on Mon., Wed. Fri. Only until further notice. Brenny's Market 18-205-2tc Hatcheries 32 LET US SERVICE YOUR POUL- try flock. Expert culling, worming, vaccinating and treating poultry diseases. Top prices paid for your poultry. Kruse Hatchery, West on Hi-Way 30. 32-205 -6tC Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: NEW HOLLAND 66 Baler, A-l condition. Guaranteed. $975.00. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-197-ltc HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest In new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shoo. 33-180-tfc Apartment lor Rent 65 3-ROOM FURNISHED APTrFORf. rent. Dial 2842. 65-206-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, lowar 65-58-ltc WINTER IS COMING—BE COZY in a comfortable city heated apartment—4 rooms and bath, 2 rooms and bath. Dial 3819. 85-201-BtC 2-BEDROOM, CITY HEAT. $25. Dial 9383. 65-204-3tc Time* Herald, Carroll, rows Saturday, Aug. 31, 19S7 The * Daily Record Seeds & Feeds 34 HOG RAISERS, YOU CAN MAKE a high efficiency finishing ratio for $49.50 to $53.70 a ton with Foxcentrate 45 (includes the cost of your own grain). Kloser Seed Store. 34-201-12tc Livestock for Sale 41 SLAB BACON, HALF OR WHOLE, lb. 69c; Veal Steak, tender, lb. 65c. We deliver. Beiter's.Market. 18-206-ltc FOR SALE: CAPONS, 5 TO 7 lbs., 30c lb. Phone 4027. 18-206-3tp FOR SALE: 50 CHOICE PB Duroc boars. Double vac. Wayne Ranniger, 3 West and 3*i No. of Manning. 41-201-tfc EXTRA NICE APT. HEAT AND water furnished. So. side. Dial 9352. 65-204-3tC Farms for Sale 67 191 ACRE FARM, $225 PER acre. Good stock and grain farm. Estate, must be sold. Battles Real Estate, Farm & Home Loan, Jefferson, iOwa. 67-198-30 FOR SALE: 240 ACRES — 100 acres—1600 acres. Can rent this last farm. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 67-205-tfc Business Services 3-HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS- ing service at HR Cleaners, where your clothes are always 20% cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-184-tfc BROKEN WINDOW? WE STOCK glass, and will cut to your specifications while you wait. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Serv- 14-202-etc Special "Homemade" ITALIAN PIZZA Sausage, Hamburger, Pepperoni, Tomato and Cheese. Served in 8 Minutes. PAULINE'S CAFE . u ^^^^^ r ^^lB-j88j : 5tc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: NIGHT COOK. APPLY Casino Cafe. 22-197-tfc 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 Templeton corner and 5^ west. Livestock Taken Up 45 WHITEFACE STEER CALF TAK- en up. Contact Clarence Fischer, Gray. 45-204-3tp 160 ACRE STOCK AND GRAIN farm; Calhoun County. $250.00 per acre. 1 $8,000.00 will handle. Several other good farms. John Used Cars & Trucks 71 1953 FORD V-8 2-DR. R. H., W. W. L. F. Yender. 71-206-3tc 1954 CHRYSLER NEW YORKER,. . Cnranfnn deluxe 4-dr„ power brakes and! ^J cranton steering. Local car, real sharp. Wittrock's. 71-197-tfc ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Jerome H. Schumacher, Carroll. James W. Kennelly, Bagley. Lois A. Campbell, Rt. 2, Audubon. Karen E. Sondgeroth, Coon Rapids. Terry E. Ragaller, Westside. George Mathias, Carroll. Dismissals- Mrs. Leonard W. Booth. Arcadia. Mrs. Lorin Poeppe and b a b y, Lake View. James F. Odendahl. Carroll. Mrs. Eugene H. Nieland and baby, Rt. 2, Breda. Marcia Wilken, Westside. David Francis Wallace, C h u r- dan. Mrs. William G. Becker and baby, Carroll. Meinhardt L. Steckelberg. Rt. 1, Manilla. Mrs. Minnie Meurer, Exira. Larry C. Burr, Rt. 1, Scranton. Mrs. Clair Schmitz and baby, Arcadia. Rietta Ann Julius, Ft. Dodge. Mrs. Glen L. Cornelius, G lid- den. Mrs. John F. Hoffman and baby, Carroll. Mrs. Wilbur W. Eason and Court Grants Permission For Kidney Transfer BOSTON f#—The Massachusetts Supreme Court Friday granted permission for a transplant kidney operation for a seriously ill Missouri girl. Delores Huskey of De Soto, Mo., will undergo surgery at the Peter Bent Brigham Hospital. The 14- year-old girl's damaged organs will be replaced by a healthy kidney from the body of her identical twin sister. Doris, who told the court: "1 would not be able to live with myself if I couldn't give her this kidney." The court's approval was necessary because a minor is legally incompetent to give consent to invasion of her person. Permission also was needed to clear the hospital and surgeons from legal responsibility. The trio of doctors who will perform the rare operation on the Huskey girls said they would proceed with surgery as soon as needed medical treatment for Delores is completed. The twins are daughters of a Missouri farm couple, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Huskey. 1 ^ JOSEPH LAWLER Joseph Lawler. 70, of Westside, husband of the former Charlotte Hamill of Carroll, died at St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha Saturday morning after a short illness. The body is being brought to the Sharp Funeral Home here, pending completion of arrangements, Mrs. Hannasch was a member of SS. Peter and Paul's Church and.the Rosary and Altar Society of the parish. She had been In failing health for three years and seriously ill the last three months, MRS. MARY YETTER (Tlm*i H«r«M Newt Serriee) LAKE CITY - Mrs. Mary Yetter, 80, of Lake City, longtime resident of the community, died Friday afternoon at her home after a long illness. Funeral services will be at 3 p.m. Monday, Sept. 2, at the First Presbyertian Church here, with the Rev. C. O. Stuckenbruck officiating. Burial, under direction of Karn Funeral Home, will be in the Lake City cemetery. Mrs. Yetter, who was preceded in death by her husband, Harry i Yetter, is survived by three chll« idren: Miss Ruth Yetter, Lake MRS. LOUIS HANNASCH SR. Funeral services will be at 9.30 a.m. Monday at SS. Peter' and Paul's Church for Mrs. Louis Hannasch Sr., 77, who died at 9:10 a.m. Friday at St. Anthony Hospital. Requiem mass will be offered by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may start calling at the Twit Funeral Home at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Saturday at the Twit Funer , „, „ , - , . j al Chapel and 8 p.m. Sunday by P?«l Yetter Toledo, and the Rosary and Altar Society of I Claude Yetter, Omaha; frv«s grand- SS. Peter and Paul's Church, led I children; four great-grandchildren Household Goods 51 GOOD USED REFRIGERATORS. Carroll Refrigeration. West on hwy. 30. 51-174-tfc FOUR GOOD USED TANK TYPE vacuum sweepers. $10 and $12. Upright sweepers $3.00 and $5.00. Heires Electric Co. 51-201-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 Auto Service 75 Births- Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K e a t, Manilla, a daughter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Doyle J. Koster, Wall Lake, a daughter, Saturday. Carroll Markets RADIATOR CLEANING AND RE- pairing, gas tanks repaired, bumping, painting, etc. Joe's Garage, 425 East 5th. Dial 4113. 75-166-tfc WANTED: GIRL FOR GENERAL house work, two weeks in September. Dial 2265. 22-205 -3tC WANTED: EXPERIENCED sales clerk. Apply in person. Waters Store. 22-196-tfc ice. IT'S TIME TO THINK* ABOUT Storm Sash — Windows — Storm Doors — Combination Doors — Glass. You'll find a complete stock at Carroll Lumber Co. 14-205-6tc LADY NEEDED TO CARE FOR elderly patients. Experience not necessary. Apply in person. The Carroll Nursing Home. Phone Male Help Wanted 21 RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. All work guaranteed. Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc MAN WANTED FOR NIGHT work at CarroU Bakery. Apply in person. 21-206-3tc IT'S FALL PAINTING TIME! Finest quality Kentucky Red Barn Paint. Heavy bodied, rich red color that really holds its color. Reg. $3.50, NOW $2.60 gal In 5 gal. lots. Davis Paint Store 14-201-tfc WALLPAPER . . . JUST RECEIV ed new easy-te-hang patterns in plains and textures. Clearance prices on last season's patterns as low as 19c single roll. Keenan Paint Store, Joe Dalhoff, owner. 14-100-ltc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Reinart Service. New location across' street west of Safeway Ph. 2128. U-oft-tfo FOOTBALL SHOES, SWEAT Socks, Supporters, Footballs Everything for all age groups The Uptown Club, 14-201-tfc ANYONE DESIRING EXTRA copies of The Daily Times Her aid for weddings, obituaries, or any special occasion, please no tify The Daily Times Herald by noon the day of publication of any such article. \4-144-ltp 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 3852. Thompson Cleaners. l4-16Htc MAKE THE CARROLL COAST to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-166-I8tc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate, Die 2592. Gambles. 14-86-tfc Where To Go 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 for your parties Phone 4180. 17-149-ltc WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E. roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.95. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc USED ROSE STUDIO COUCH, $25.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-205-2tc FOR SALE: WHITE ENAMELED bed. Complete, cheap. Phone 4150. 51-204 -3tC USED BABY BUGGY. GOOD used gas heater, 105000 B.T.U. with blower and thermostat, 30- gal. hot water heater, oil. Phone 9444 after 6 p.m. 51-204-3tc ROUTE MAN, FREE TO MOVE, married, age 23 to 40. $87.50 week guarantee. Steady. Write Box 4BS, Ft. Dodge. 21-198-3tc FOR SALE: 17 CU. FT. UPRIGHT freezer. One year old. cheap. Jim Jones Jr., Scranton. 51-204-3tc 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-lU-tfc GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .... Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats D.M. Osteopath Is Free on Bond DES MOINES (/Pu_Dr. Leon S. Jones, Des Moines osteopathic physician, was free on $3,000 bond Saturday on an indictment charging he attempted to perform an abortion. Dr. Jones waived arraignment before District Judge C. Edwin Moore Friday. He was given until Sept. 6 to enter a plea. In an indictment returned " *i 15! Wednesday by a grand jury here, 5 9: Dr. Jones is alleged to have performed an abortion on a Knoxville $2.12 Chicago Livestock woman at his home. Livestock Judging CHICAGO WV- Hog prices ad-—, . c * ' 1" 1 vanced sharply this week withiTflOm 111 TOir S I AST barrows and gilts 50 to mostly 75 WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE RE- mains in a rug cleaned with Blue Lustre. Stays clean longer. Matt Furniture. Co. 51-206-ltc 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 mnkes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc cents higher and sows up 50 cents. (USDA)—Salable hogs 1.000; total 1,000 (estimated^; compared week ago barrows and gilts 50 to mostly 75 higher; sows 50 higher; week's high of 21.75 was paid Carroll County's 4-H livestock judging team took part in the judging contest at Iowa State Fair in Des Moines Friday but did not place in state competition. Members of the county team by Msgr. Greteman Mrs. Hannasch, a lifelong resident of Carroll County, was born Catherine Luehrs Sept. 11, 1879, at Halbur. Her parents, Joseph and Catherine Lange Luehrs, were natives of Germany. She attended school at Rosefle. Her parents' farm was three miles south and three-quarters of a mile west of Halbur. She married Mr. Hannasch Feb. 20, 1900, at Holy Angels Church. Roselle, with the Rev. Fr. Fry officiating. In February, 1950. Mr. and Mrs. Hannasch celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. For the first three years after their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. Hannasch lived on a farm one! fourth mile south of Halbur. They ' farmed in the vicinities of Halbur, 1 Roselle and Carroll for 32 years I before moving into their present home, 126 North Maple Street, In 1934. Mrs. Hannasch is survived by her husband, 10 children, 19 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren. Sons and daughters are: Chris Hannasch. at home; Albert Hannasch, Arcadia; Louis B. Hannasch, Carroll; Rose Hannasch. at home; Joseph A. Hannasch, Carroll; Mrs. Frederick P. (Leone) Tuesday and Friday for both No. ljwere Paul Fricke, Carroll; Marvin and 2 lots prime 200-220 lb weights I Sporrer, Dedham; Larry Rowed- and for No. 2 and 3 230-260 lb aver- j der, Manilla; and Allan Fonken, ages; several decks No. 1 and 21 Manning. Starting at noon and 200-225 lb barrows and gilts along! finishing about 5 p.m. they judged with No. 2 and 3 230-270 lb weights! classes of Jerseys, Brown Swiss, 21.75; U.S. No. 2 and 3 200-225 lb'Angus breeding heifers. Shorthorn lots 21.25-21.50; most No. 2 and 3 1 steers, sheep, market hogs, a grad- 230 -270 lbs 21.50-21.75. \ ing class of hogs, and a discard Culbertson, Carroll; Mrs. Larry Irma> Rettenmaier, Carroll; Mrs. Roman (Catherine) P 0 11- St'arTi'ng ' a't"" noon "and : hoff. Muscatine;" Mrs E. J. - 1 (Alma 1 Hermsen, Carroll; and Peter Hannasch, Park Forest, 111. Two sons died in infancy. Mrs. Hannasch was preceded In death by two brothers, Joseph and two brothers. E. W. Holler, Emmet, Calif., and Guy Holler, Reno, Nev. Two sisters and two brothers are deceased. FRED P. HANSEN (Time* Hrrtld N»w» 8»rvte«1 MANNING - Fred P. Hansen, 66, who farmed near Gray, died at the Manning General Hospital Friday evening after a short illness. Funeral services will be at t p.m. Tuesday at the Ohde Funeral Home here. The Rev. Carl Sinning, minister of the Manning Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Mr. Hansen, son of Merlin and Dorothy Ronnfeldt Hansen, was born at Clinton, Iowa, Nov. 18, 1890. He came to Manning with his. parents when he was eight years old. He wis married to Hilda Rowedder Dec. 17, 1913. Surviving with his wife are five sons: Alvin, Gray; Melvin and Robert, at home; Orren, Manning, and Billy. Tucson, Ariz.; five grandchildren; four brothers, Edward, Virtus and Marvin Hansen, Austin, Minn.; Louie Hansen, Minneapolis, Minn., and two sisters, Mrs. Walter (Gertrude) Elward, and Mrs. Jack (Viola) Hartman, Austin. His parents and two brothers, John and George, preceded him in death. Mr. and Mrs. Hansen had lived on various farms near Manning before moving to the present farm home near Gray in 1936. IS THIS MAN YOU? 'm looking for an honest, hard working man under 50 with livestock feeding or sales experience to take over my feed business. I'm being promoted just as soon as I find THE RIGHT MAN to serve my customers. I owe it to them to see that they continue to get regular service. Here is an opportunity for a man to get into the fast growing feed business with very little capital. My manager will teach him the business. If you believe you are this man, write or phone me for a confidential interview at once. Lawrence Schmitz Route 2 — CarrolL Iowa Phone 3959 » 21-205-2tp Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: LADY CLERK. Steady job. Matt Hardware Co. 22-20fl-3tc 2 Ladies Needed Full or part tlmt for fall and Christmas business. Must have pleasant personality and satisfied to start earning $1.45 per hour. Write Box M.K., care Dally Times Herald, giving nam* and phona number. Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED: MAN'S BLACK UM- brella. Phone 3166. 53-202-6tp WANTED TO BUY: USED GUNS all kinds, give make, model and price. Write P. O. Box 563, Carroll. 53-206-3tc O Congress- ^onunued from Page 1) For Sale 55 120 BASE, HORNER, ACCOR- dion for sale. Phone 2870. 55-206-ltc FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc BABY'S COMBINATION SWING and car seat with stand. Also used Standard typewriter. Dial 9377. 55-206-2tc Office Supplies 56 BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc Room for Rent 60 Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: WORK, BY SENIOR high school boy; Saturdays. Phone OL 9-3698, Glidden. Saleswomen Wanted 26 ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 9811. 60-201-7tc ROOM FOR RENT. DIAL 2473. 60-204-3tc ROOMS FOR RENT, 109 NORTH Crawford. Dial 9058. 60-204-3tc Mouses for Sale 63 tight money policies, saying they contributed to the inflation. Republicans charged that Democratic remedies would make the inflation worse, and insisted that the continued business boom showed their economic policies generally were sound. The session was lengthened by the month of Senate debate on the bitterly disputed civil rights bill, plus two weeks of deadlock in the house once the Senate sent the measure back there. But in the end this bill, in weaker form than the administration! desired, was sent on to the White House without the Southern filibuster in the Senate that long has threatened any legislation in this field. Thurmond Filibuster Although there was no organized filibuster. Sen. Thurmond (D-SC) set a new record for extended Senate speeches, speaking for 24 hours and 19 minutes — beginning last Wednesday — against the bill.j The speech resulted in several senators pledging a new effort next January to make it easier to j limit debate. Passage of the civil rights measure was regarded as the No. 1 accomplishment of the session, with several lawmakers arguing it was a reasonably strong bill despite the amendments In the Senate. Other principal accomplishments of the session: Passage of the Eisenhower doctrine resolution, authorizing the President to act to prevent Communist domination of any nation , . j 1 1 accompanied to Des Moines by timated ; compared w ^ W. R. Millender. assistant county STSiS ofm• ilSiSS^extension director, leaving Friday 28 .75 ana 29 ,00 prime 1200-1250 ibi . , . . , h , steers 28.50; choice and p rime ! corning and returmng last night. steers 1050 lb up 24.50-28.25; choice) Franklin County won the top I and low prime 1425 lb steers 25.50; I team award and Kenneth Marshall choice 900 lb steers sold down to 24.00; week's bulk good grade steers 21.50-24.00; choice and prime fed heifers 23.00-26.00; several loads 1000-1050 lb weights 25.50-26.00; most choice heifers Hannasch, Mrs. Anton (Anna) Hugeback, Mrs. Cyria (Elizabeth) Zubrod, and a nun, Sr. M. Mary, of Clinton first place for individuals. First Iowa Deaths Over Labor Holiday 4-H CLUB MEETS MT. CARMEL — Dairy subjects „„ r„ ,u „I „.J „„ were discussed and demonstrated tlll5 lwu uraill uulll lcwulW5U ^ SPJi? g 8 d0Rin S,at a meeting of the Mt. Carmel j Friday night, were those of Mrs. at 2l.oo-23.oo. I Go-Getters 4-H Club Tuesday; Jarnes cavin. 32, of Cedar Rap By The Associated Press Iowa counted its first two traffic deaths of the Labor Day weekend Saturday. The two deaths, both recorded Salable sheep 100; total 100 (estimated*;. Compared week ago: Choice and prime spring lambs 24.50-26.00; good and choice grade mostly 22.50-24.50. Traffic- (Continued from Page 1) HOUSE FOR SALE. G.I. LOAN. Low down payment. Phone 4241. 63-203-4tp j in the Middle East if the country iasks American help. Enactment of a housing bill FOR SALE: MODERN 7-ROOM! nn m L 8 » l h»fh !iH^i ^ Aa^ lf 8d f ! 1 n !a«' hori7 • in g $1,900,000,000 ' in new Oil heat, bath and one-half, full ding on a variety 0 < housing Leo e c. ei Schweers? Broker," Arc^ ^ p ^ ograi ^ s >»* loweHngJhe mUU- EXPERIENCED, MIDDLE-AGED sales ladies, part and full time. Apply in person. Marty Ann's. 26-204-3tc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought For Vouf Club or Private Party Resorvo Our RANCH ROOM Accommoitstiqns for 80 People r«mlly Style Otnntri Served from $1.25 Per Plit* and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "NIGHT PASSAQE" James tSevwt Audie Murphy STARLTNE BALLROOM Western lewa'i lines* SATURDAY, AUG. 81 Earl Russell and Orch. MONDAY. SEPT. 9 Bpboy LindsJMtt «Ud Wb&J You'fe Alwj&ys Assured of • Gopd Food and Fine Entertainment precautions to meet the holiday load. It pointed out that traffic deaths during this year's 4-dsy Memorial Day weekend and 4-day Independence Day period were no greater than during normal non-holiday periods of the same duration. There were 426 traffic deaths over Independence Day and 413 during the Memorial Day period. Test Period The Associated Press, in a test period from 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 16 to midnight Monday, Aug. 19— 78 hours—recorded 398 highway fatalities. The record Labor Day traffic death toll was 461 set over a 3- day period in 1951. Last year over a 3-day period 435 persons were killed. The record over-all toll—traffic, drownings and miscellaneous—also was set in 1951 with 658. Overall fatalities last year numbered 596. These included 80 drownings and 72 miscellaneous deaths. night, August 27, at the Ted Poeppe home. Lee Poeppe gave a talk and demonstration on "Milk Records" and Art Goecke, one of the club's leaders, spoke on "Human Brucellosis." Members answered roll call with "What I Took to the Fair." Proceeds of seven dollars were reported from the club dance August 16 In the Mt. Carmel school hall. Plans were discussed for a scrap iron drive to be held soon. Mr. Goecke conducted s question and answer period on electricity. Lunch was served by Mrs. Poeppe. dia. 63-205-2tc F6R SALE: 4-BEDROOM MOD- ern home. No. side. Will sell on contract. $1000 down, balance like rent. B. J. Leahy. Dial 3792. 63-204-3tc FOR SALE: MODERN 2-BED- room house with extra lot. Grant Road. Write Box R, c/o Daily Times Herald. 63-206-6tp Houses for Rent 64 HOUSE FOR RENT. 626 NORTH Court. Phone 3878 . 64-205-2tc HOUSE FOR RENT. 113 E. 9TH. vJ ?£onejm7;^ Apartment for Rent 65 FURNISHED, 3 ROOMS AND bath. Dial 32*7, 8M9l-tfc 3-ROOM APT.^CLOSE TO TOWN- Phone 4120. , . 6>203-6tc mum down payment requirements on FHA-insured loans, Tha authorization was more than a billion dollars above the president's request. 4-H CLUB ELECTS Election of officers was held by the Mount Carmel Merry Makers 4H Club Thursday night at a meeting in the home of Anita Baumhover. Elected as president was Janet Goecke, who succeeds Mary Ann Grote. The new vice president is Marie Broich. Alice Odendahl secretary - treasurer, Eileen Wiederin historian and Su sie Gross reporter. Cards of appreciation were read from Mrs. Leon ard Madigan and Mrs. W. J. Heires. Completed record books were collected. Lunch was served to 25 members and their leaden at the close of the meeting by Mrs. Nellie Baumhover and her daughter, Mrs. Kenny Nees. MODERK FURNISHED 'APT. IN quire at Carroll Bakery* 65-206-3tc ASC NOTICE OF PLOWING Under a new ruling effective August 27. any land in the Soil Bank or under Practice 21 of the Agricultural Conservation Program where a seeding payment is being earned may be plowed before Sep ids, and William Hitch. 38, of Sumner. Mrs. Cavin was fatally injured in an accident four miles east of Maquoketa on Highway 64. Her husband, 34, and two other per sons, Bernard Jacobsen, 35, of Cedar Falls, and his son, Phillip, 7, suffered cuts and bruises. Hitch was killed in a two-car collision on Highway 51 five miles southeast of Waukon. Injured were Hiram Olson of West Union and David Ewing, about 20, of near Waukon. Olson was reported in serious condition. The State Department of Public Safety has predicted that 10 persons would die in the long Labor Day weekend from « p.m. Friday to midnight Monday. ! BACK AT FORT LAWTON FORT LAWTON, Wash. - tem'ber lTif "permlssionTs" granted I Ar "\ v Specialist Third Class Ed by the County Committee. If weeds 1 w "d J. Fmken. Carroll recently ^ * ...... I M«Mi IMMAUfI 11* * tiatM tlKtMM AVAW. become a problem and it is wished to plow the land before September 15, contact the County ASC for permission to plow. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. Mc- Ntbb Building. DUJ tm "PEOPLE" VS. "PEOPLES 1 * "Peoples" can be used m the plural of "people." It l* correct In the meaning of more than one group or race of people, thus: "the Ptopli of China and other Qrieoul people*."* V.A. to Cloit Two Contact* Offices DES MOINES <*-The Veterans Administration announced Saturday that VA contact offices at Dubuque and Davenport win be closed, effective Oct. 4. W. B. Nugent, manager of the Des Moines VA center, said the offices are being closed because of a decreasing demand for serv* ices. He said veteran* who live in the vicinity of the two cities may secure contact services from the VA Domiciliary at Clinton and from the VA office at Molina, 111, Six other contact offices in Iowa will remain in operation. They are located at Cedar Rapids, Fort Dodge, Mason City, Ottumwa, Sioux City end Waterloo. Contact services also are available at Veterans Administration hospitals in Iowa City and Knoxville. _- CRUSHED BY BULLDOZER GREEN ISLAND W - Uoa Schnorr,' about 38, of Green Island was killed Friday when a bulldoiser he was operating on a construction project near hejra over turned and oru&hed aim. APPRECIATE HOSPITALITY Appreciation for Carroll hospitality was expressed to Mayor A. N. Neu Saturday in a letter from Lt. Col. J. W. Breidenthal, who headed a military convoy that stopped here recently. The letter states: "I am taking this opportunity in behalf of the officers and enlisted men of the 2nd Bn. 137th Inf. to express our sincere appreciation for the hospitality you and the citizens of Carroll rendered to us while we were bivouaced in your fine city. Please pass on to the Chief of Police and his officers our thanks for the escort their furnished for our convoy. w participated in a field firing exer cise with the 20th Antiaircraft Artillery Battalion at Yakima, Wash. Following the exercise, Specialist Finkcn, a communication special ist in the battalion's Headquar ters Battery, returned to Fort Lawton with the battalion. The 25- year-old soldier is a 1950 graduate of St. Paul High School in Defiance. His wife, Beverly, lives in Redmond, Wash. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Finken, moved a week ago from Carroll to Littleton, Colo. MRS. MARCRETHA PUCK (Time* Hwkld New* aervtc«» MANNING - Mrs, Margreths Joens Puck, 90. widow of William Puck, died Friday morning at her home in Manning. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ohde Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Carl Sinning, minister of the Presbyterian Church, officiating. Music will be furnished by a quartet. Burial will be in the Manning cemetery, with six of Mrs. Puck's sons as pallbearers. Mrs. Puck was born May 14* 1867, in Exsde, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany. She was baptized and confirmed in the Lutheran faith. She attended school in the town of her birth. On her arrival in the United States in 1884 at the age of 18, she went directly to Westside. She married Mr. Puck July 18, 1888. The couple farmed three miles south of Manning. Mr. Puck died in 1827. In 1936, Mrs. Puck and daughter, Ella, moved from the home place to their residence in Manning. Mrs. Puck is survived by seven sons and five daughters: Peter and Ella, at home; Adolph, Manilla; Edward, Gray; George, Mrs. Henry (Alvina) Ewoldt, Albert, William, Mrs. Minnie Clausen, Mrs. Ralph (Frieda) Berkheimer, Maggie and Harry Puck, all of Manning or vicinity. She also leaves 16 grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. Two children, Laura and Bernard, are deceased. Mrs. Puck was the last of her family MONUMENTS Compere auillty, workmen, jhlp end prleo , . . «nd you'll boy your monument from M«. Phorson-Cempboll. McPherson- Compbell Co. Across from CemoHry Phono 3163 — Cerroll. lows Open tuntftyt 1 Till 5 Joseph Lawler Age 70 WeeHlde, lews The body le et gfeerp Funeral . Heme pending arrangements. SHARP FUNERAL HOMI Serving CarreH \7 Years Your Prayers Are Requested for the Soul of— Mrs. Louis Hannasch, Sr. Carroll — Age 77 Friends may cell at the Twit Funeral Chapel tfertina et e:30 p. m. Saturday, Rotary 8 p. m. Saturday. In Twit Funeral Chapel, Rosary • R> m. Sunday by the Rotary and Alter Society of SS. Peter & Peul's Parish, led by Montlgner P. H. Oretemen. Requiem Meet 9:50 Monday, SS. Peter & Paul't Church, Mensignor P. H. Greteman officiating. Final Resting Place, Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Deaths and Funerals

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