Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 9, 1957 · Page 7
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September 9, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 7

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IXLCVPSkF"7S'- M '»- Fi " k -.. — - 1. Home from Criw County Legion of Arcadia September 18 — — "ome trom Cruise District Commander Robert Geng- fL e Great LtiltfiS The Carroll County American, ler will be a guest. , Y" Vre ° , Mr flnd Mrg A ft ^ ^ Legion will hold its regular meet- j Eskimoes are - considered akin MANNING - Dr. and ' Mrs. > been visiting in Fargo, N. £„ Mtfl Ing Sept: IB at Arcadia. Eighth to the American Indian. W. H. Fink have returned home Mr: and Migrant/HJOTBAg t *H.M : from a seven-day cruise on thft Great Lakes. \ Malick Foley Is spending thjjjf week in Rochester, Minn* A MATT Furniture Company NEW PRESIDENT B. Wilson (center) congratulations on Press Assn. from president, and John vice president. The at Hotel Fort Des OF IOWA DAILY PRESS ASSN. . . . Howard editor of The Daily Times Herald, receives his election as president of the Iowa Daily Clarence Moody, Burlington (right), retiring Notman, publisher of the Clinton Herald, new association concluded a three-day convention Moines, Des Moines, Sunday. Attending from Carroll were James W. Wilson, publisher, Howard B. Wilson; Wllbert L. Reltz, managing editor; Dale Barton, sports editor; Delbert Patrick, circulation manager; Martin J. Maher, advertising manager; Paul Eischeid, James March and Mrs. Paul Peters of the advertising department. 'Mr. Maher was in charge of one section of an advertising clinic. Mr. Patrick was a panel moderator for a circulation clinic. (Iowa Daily Press Assn. Photo.) State Group to Study Atom Power Development DES MOINES (iP — The State; to utility regulation. i Because of the raipd progress j must be made for the construe- j Commerce Commission has an- j John M. Ropes, commission! made in the use of the atom as < tion of atomic power plants in i nounced plans to create a com- i chairman, said Sunday, "the use ; a source of power in the electric; Iowa. j mittee to study progress of atom-! of atomic power in Iowa is a def-, industry, Ropes said, the com -j Ropes said names of committee i 1c power development in regard I inite reality." I mission feels that preparations j members will be announced later j 1 this week. i Mohr Family Gathers for 22nd Reunion (Time* Herald N>w» ServltM Band Mothers at Manning Hold Their First Fall Meeting • Time* Herald N «wt ««-rvlr») MANNING—The Band Mother's cussion of concerts to be held dur-! He said three men, commission ! ing the year before the meeting safety engineers Herman F'anklin \ adjourned. I and Arthur Lees and Eugene Pow-| j ers, superintendent of motor trans- MOVE TO LAKE VIEW I JS[ hl^ ^^^hJ • Time. Herald News SerrlM) I P r ° b ably Will be named to the ; committee. SATURDAY Is The Last Day to Have Your Drapes Tailored FREE! New you can have those beautiful drapes you've warned without the work, fuis or worry of making them, end custom tailored to fit your windows without any charge to you. We'll pay the tailoring charge, all you have to do is to bring your window measurements, choose the drapery fabric you want from our big stock of brilliant patterns and we'll do the rest . . . and your drapes will be delivered to you ready to hang. It's your chance for fashionable new drapes for your picture windows . . . for large windows, for draw drapes, for traverse drapes . . . Whatever you need, still no charge to you ... all you pay for is the materials usedl (Slight additional charge for lining). This Exciting Sole of Fashionable Drapery Fabrics Ends Saturday Night! Tailored Free! Bring Your Window Measurements— Pick Out Your Fabric! We'll Do the Rest! All Washable Fast Color Top Quality Drapery Fabrics, 48 Inches Wide. All Beautiful New Fabrics. Choose from 24 Beautiful Fashionable Patterns in New Fabrics! CARNARVON Mr. and Mrs. held in the Auburn ^.tX^*l«? IMr torn, in Lake V i. w the farm into 1 building Sunday, with 56 attendee Those from a distance came' Was 0pened by tne retirin 8 P resi Sm^d^Si™*TS5l. SEE Mrs u Ralph McGrath. A re in ? Thursday. ^ens and Spirit Lake. Mrs. William Flavel and .daughter, Penny, of Omaha and Annabel Williamson of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend guests in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A Glenda. partment, the State Conservation Commission, the bureaus of labor H and agriculture and from the, ranks of state legislators and private utility officials. Williamson, and \ was e,ected *° «>e office. Mrs. Billie Ohde, new presi- Breda were 6 o 'dock dinner >*"L 1** "X guests Sunday evening in Thefe was * bmf ia ' home of Mr. and Mrs. H.O. Lesle. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte! were Sunday evening dinner) guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schulte in honor of the third birthday of RjJndy Schulte. j Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heim and j family of Cherokee, Mr. and Mrs. j Marvin Heim and sons of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heim and family and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Theulen and family spent Saturday evening in the; home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A.! Heim. Mrs. E, A. Heim had a decorated cake with one candle' for the first birthday of Chuckle Lee Heim, son of Mr. and Mrs. i Paul Heim, whose birthday was! August 25. ! Mrs. Floyd Barto was hostess to members of the Royal Neighbor Lodge at her home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jack Rushton presided at the business meeting in the absence of Mrs. Hattie Hocking. The hostess served refreshments. Terri Hope Barto has returned from a few days' visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lee and Michelle at Wahoo, Neb. Mrs. Henry Schulte entertained two tables of pinochle at her home Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Henry Ortner, Mrs. Rose Ramsey and Mrs. Clara Schulte. Refreshments were served. port on the pie sale and concert; PLAN SCHEDULE in the city park was given by Mrs. I ,T,mM H "* ,d McGrath and, .Mrs. Lester Darn- 1 WESTSIDE - A joint meeting; CANDIDATE .FOR MAYOR mann. * ! of the Westside and Vail Presby-; WATERLO01* ^- Henry Cutler, . . ! terian Church boards meUWednes-: 31-year-old attorney, announced Mrs. C. M. Johnson resigned her, day evening in Va il to make plans I Sunday his candidacy for mayor office as treasurer. Mrs. Dammann; for lhe fa u scne dule of church ac-j in the November municipal elec- tivities. Rev. Frank Mease mod- {tion. Mayor Glenn S. Stech has erated the meeting. Rev. Mease not announced whether he will * * * • * * • seek re-election. returned last weekend from a two- month mission trip to Japan. \ Esperanta was introduced in' In medieval times use of ermine j 1887 as a "suggested new interna- fur was restricted to royalty. tional language." 1*9 Selection Bark Cloth Platinum Cloth . Exciting Drapery Prints Rich Scenic Patterns Rich Floral Patterns Striking Modern Patterns Fall's Newest Colors Brilliant New Shades Exciting Color Harmony Priced from $165 „$298 Per Yard Including free tailoring to" fit your windows. (Full length drapes only). Small additional charge for lining. Ne Money Down — Up to U Months te Pay MATT Co irure mpany rAATT furniture Compaq it ——— • _ . r ; ~~ ; ; , .. :•. IH— ~~~~~~~^| Now Trade In Your Used Rugs and Carpet on Luxurious New Wall Carpet GULISTAN 12-FT. BEIGE WOOL AND VISCOSE BROADLOOM AT A SALE PRICE Here's a dense, full bodied 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 stores, An amazing value —•. Trade In Your Used Rugs or Carpet Two Lake City Families Move to Santa Ana, Calif. (Time* Herald Newt Service) LAKE CITV - Mr, and Mrs, Lewis' Tiede and Kenneth and Mrs. R. E. McCullough left Monday for Santa Ana, Calif., to make their home. Mr. McCullough, who is engaged in construction work at the Fort Dodge gypsum plant, plans to follow them later in the fall. The Tiedes have rented their. Lake City residence property to' Mr, and Mrs. Eldon Briggs, who moved*in Monday. The McQulr loughs have sold their home here to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Seay. GULISTAN WOOL & 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. Surprising savings for your living room. Sale Trade in Your Used RUBS or Carpet sq. yd. 2 ROLLS 2-FT. VISCOLON BROADLOOM Here's a closeout buy in a long wearing miracle blend carpet. A scientific blending of rugged manmade fibers at wonderful low price. Looks and feels lik* deep thick Axminater carpeting, yet takes unbelievably hard wear, holds its brilliant colors. Thick textured pile with every loop twisted and locked In for extra durability. Choice of green tweed or beige tweed. Trade in Your Used Rues or Carpet BIGELOW HEAVY WILTON LOOP PILE CARPET Hern's th* ultimate In beauty, luxury anci wear. The aristocrat ol famous maker broadloom carpet. Luxuriant pluih pile is.S-ply wool of wonaertu) thlckneii, cushions every footfall In pure luxury. Exceptionally long wearing, withstands heavy traffic, Tweedy design Intensifies the beauty and assures lasting love- llneis, Regular $14.95 sq, yd. tale sq. yd. Trade in Your Used Rugs or Carpet INJURES LEG Philip Enenbach, 30. of Manning, an employe of the Chicago Great Western Railroad ran a tie tong into his leg while at work Friday morning and,was brought- to ^.t. Anthony Hospital; for treatment. His Physician said that he will, For Your Used Rugs or Carpet in This Carpet Trade-in . Event! August Sole Leader! 100% I . — —W Mi™ Twi«* r«i.n«t DA /fured^ Don't Ml»« ThUI $2.00 p«r yard for your uatd ilton Twist vorpet Keaucea. ru9 or earptt ln tra<u on luxurl0Ui ntw carpiK If your rugs fit a 12x15 room, you gat $40.00 in trada on tha carpat you chootel Matt Furniture Co. Will Pay You $2oo Per Sq. Yard Here's a wonderful family carpet, extxemeiy long wearing, and the fresh colorful design hides footprints, scuff marks, and minimizes soil. Loomed of the world's finest extra heavy wools and only the finest dyes are used to produce this carpet. A long wearing Wilton carpet woven in a tweed effect. One of James Lees finest carpets. 12 or 15 ft. widths, regular S18.95 sq. yd. Sale ...—™— Trade In Your Used RUBS ar Carpet No Money Down - Up to 36 Months to Pay! MANY MORE FINE CARPET BARGAINS FROM AMERICA'S MOST FAMOUS MILLS

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