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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANK* to SO'words. avhr. 80 w»rd»_ CLASSIPIID DISPLAY ^ ei.as 4c p«r word tgt eoluma Wch. iiiMUl ^S* ttU 9;30 a. m tallied (Unlavi taken until 10 a. m. . ubllcatlon except Saturday tad 8 §. nv oti Saturday^ Regula^ t, to. Moadajuttrough Friday. 6LASSINID CASH WITH ORDIK OB * day, per •{««*• Two days, per word__— 9 cents Three dayt, per wonl____—U2 cents four days, per , T 1* "*"•* II rive days, per word_ Mx days, per word. Where Te Go 17 RESERVE THE AMBER ROOM at Club 30 Mr your parties. Phbne>4i80. -\ tt-Uft-ltc DON'T FORGET THE ANNUAL American Legion dance, Starline Ballroom, Sept. 17. Skippy Anderson and his orchestra. 17-2i6-2tC Good Things to Eat 18 cents eants DINNER Announcements IT'S NEW 111. IT'S DELICIOUS I I ! Turkey-Burgers Made of pure fresh ground turkey. Try one! Complete TURKEY-BURGER. gQ^ L 20c Situation Wanted 24 SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL BOY wants work for Saturdays. Phone OL9-3698, Glidden. 24-216t2tp Perm Product! 31 FOR SALE: GHOSTLY WHITE yearling, Leghorn hens. Tena Ford, Ralston. 31-215-6tc FOR SALE: HI-LINE HENS, ONE year old, culled. Lawrence Venner. 31-215-3tp ***** 33 Farm Machinery Used Cart, aV Truiekt 71 FOR SALE: 1947 CHRYSLER Windsor, for dor, reasonable. Phone 2493. 71-214-Stp KICK-OFF £ SANDWICHES OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY nights for your convenience. Andy Balk Mens Wear. 6-189-tfc For Sandwiches to Go, . Dial 9158 Green Meadows Cafe Merle BernholU — Htway SO East 18.216-6tc POOR TELEVISION PERFORM- ance. Let us check your set and _______ _ put it in top condition. We repair P0TAT0ES FO ft SALE, FROM all makes. Fast dependable lc to 3c er pound . Swan Lake service. Sporrer s T.V. Phone Potato F ^ mv Phom ^ or 5-2284, Laurens, Iowa. 18-213-12tc Personal 9 1 CLUB SO-THE HOUSE OF PIZZA —where Fresh Pizza is served to order. 9 varieties. 18-193-tfc GOOD FOR WHAT AILS YOU Doc. Hagedorn, inventor of world famous penetrating liniment, good for nearly everything. Stop or relieve all kinds of pain. Arthritis and rheumatism, swelling and stiff joints. Do away with goiters, inward goiters, enlarged veins, heart pains, prostrate gland trouble, asthma, sinus trouble, all skin diseases and eczema, ring worm and many other things. Write for price list and what all it will do for you. SOLD BY Wm. Hagedorn Manufacturer — Manning, Iowa 9-214-ltc I IF YOU HAVEN'T SHOPPED AT Brenny's new market you're missing out on those Everyday Low Food Prices they are offering and that friendly, courteous service. Stop—Shop—Compare at Brenny's Market. 18-2l6-2tc PICKERS . . 1-IHC 2M PICKER: 1—2P pull type (2-row); 1—John Deere 101; 2—used 226. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-217-ltc HAVE YOUR COMBINE CAN- vases repaired NOW for fall harvest. We also sell the latest in new canvases. Kramer Shoe Shop. , 33-180-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 50 CHOICE PB Duroc boars. Double vac. Wayne Ranniger, 3 West and 3% No. of Manning. 41-201-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 Temple ton corner and 5% west. 41-181-3tc Loans 12 LOANS AND INSTALLMENT I financing — cars, equipment,! household goods. SAM Finance Co., Carroll, Iowa. 12-78-tfc FEDERAL LAND BANK LOANS EXTRA SAFETY. LOW INTEREST RAW See Phil Dennis S«c.-Tre*». National Farm Loan Association Or Mr Woolworth't — Carroll 12-3 -5tC Dine on the Finest Foods ... DELICIOUS FRIED CHICKEN DINNERS Served Anytime Pauline's Cafe 18-212-6tc NO 'PRE-COOKED* CHICKEN served at Club 30. 18-150-ltc Business Services 14 SPINACH. DEL MONTE, 2 FOR 39c; Corn, whole kernel or cream, 2 for 39c; Northern Tis sue, 12 rolls 98c; Lard, Armour Star, 4-lb. pail, 79c. Beiter's MarjceL^^^^^^lS^-Uc Male Help Wanted 21 PUREBRED DUROC BOARS AND gilts. Walter Piatt, Glidden. 41-216-12tp The worries of winter motoring by getting one of our safe, dependable USED CARS, [ NOW'.' Hills Motor Co. 71-212-8tc 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 Sports (Continued trc-ra Pag* S) Ylmee fttreleJ, Carroll, !«we Saturday, Sept. 14, 1957 Milks(Continued from Psge l) The Doily Record AN OUNCE OF CARE SAVES RE- pairl . . . 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 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 WILL RENT OR TRADE G. E. roll-around Vacuum Sweeper. $49.95. Heires Electric. 51-197-tfc CLOSE-OUT SPECIAL: 1957 G.E. 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 makes. Houlihan Motors. 75-14-tfc WINKER SERVICE - COM- plete radiator service, body and fender repair. Dial 2120. 75-284-tfc Eldora(Continued from Page 1) matter of having too much car at his disposal. "For several years the board has been struck by the lafge num Clothes Dryers were $169.95, now I ber of law violations among these $129.95. Heires Electric. 51-217-4tc BE GENTLE, BE KIND TO THAT expensive carpet, clean it with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-217-ltc Wearing Apparel 52 FOR SALE: CHILD'S COAT, SIZE 12. Phone 9856 after 5:30 p.m. For Sale 55 RADIATOR REPAIRING. R E coring and cleaning. Also new radiators. AM work guaranteed, Carroll Auto Salvage. 14-88-tfc WANTED: RELIABLE MAN FOR year round farm work. Separate house; near Carroll. Write Box B, o/o Daily Times Herald. 21-216-3tp FOR SALE: LOK RITE STEEL buildings, and we finance them. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 55-187-tfc 8-HOUR CLEANING AND PRESS- ing service at HR Cleaners, wheve your clothe"! are always 80% - cleaner. Dial 4333. HR Cleaners. 14-213-tfc | WANTED: MAN TO SET UP AND deliver furniture. Steady work. Knowlton's Furniture. 21-215-3tc I ROUTE MAN, FREE TO MOVE, married, age 23 to 40. $87.50 week guarantee. Steady. Write Box 498, Ft. Dodge. 2M98-3tc CORN BUCK SPECIAL - COOK'S Outside White Paint $4.49 per gal. Ask for the paint in the yellow can. Joyce Lumber Co., The Store of Service. 55-215-6tc NOW IS THE TIME TO REPAIR Roofs; For a Free Estimate. Dial „._,_, _.„ w T „, r « 9693. Gambles. ..- 14-86-tfc PART-TIME FARM HELP WANT •m B : ed, pay by hour. Phone 4044. BUY YOUR RIFLE OR SHOTGUN now—use our layaway plan or time payment plan, low interest charges. Browning — Winchester —Colt. The Uptown Club. 14-212-tfc GOOD USED BARITONE SAXA- phone $100.00. Also fine used grand piano. Wegner's Piano House. 55-217-2tc 21-217-3tc Office Supplies RAILROADS NEED MEN Ages 17-38 LIFETIME SECURITY BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND Equipment. Let us fill your needs. Stone Printing Co. 56-126-ltc IT'S FALL PAINTING TIME! DUE TO RETIREMENT men from «• * m. i this area wanted at once to train Finest quality Kentucky Red {or Age nt-Operator. Railroad pay Barn Paint. Heavy bodied, rich $350 to $475 per month, plus pen- red color mat really holds its sion, free transportation, hospital color. Reg. $3.50, NOW $2.60 gal. and medical protection. POSI- in 5 gal. lots. Davis Paint Store. TIONS IN IOWA OR OTHER 14-201-tfc STATES GUARANTEED BY • — 1 WRITTEN CONTRACT UPON FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE COMPLETION OF T R AININ G lawn mower repair, oall pr see QUALIFYING YOU FOR AGENT-. Reinart Service. New location OPERATOR OR MONEY RE- acroa* street west of Safeway. FUNDED. This low cost training, Ph. 21261 14-86-tfc ^i^M 11 S.VinSS? with your present employment. HATS CLEANED AND BLOCKED If sincerely interested in a better factory method. Dial 4333. HR Job with future security, have Cleaners. 14-207-tfc S 00 2 health and at least eighth grade education, a personal interview will be granted. Write to H.R.A., P.O. Box 724, Des Moines, Iowa, giving name, address, telephone number and best available time' for interview. If rural route give directions. . 21-215-3tp MAKE THE CARROLL COAST- to-Coast Store your headquarters for hardware, farm supplies or gift items. 14-l66-18tc JOB WANTED - COMBINING beans. Have new IH machine. Phone 10F2, Lidderdale. Evan Kuker, Rt. 1, Carroll. 14-214-6tc 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. 14-158-ltc ANYONE DESIRING EXTRA copies of The Daily Times Herald-for weddings, obituaries, or any special occasion, please notify The Daily Times Herald by noon the day of publication of any such article. . 14-144-ltp IT'S FALL PAINT-UP AND FIX- up time. Get Benjamin-Moore paints and window glass at „ Keenan Paint Store. 14-217-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 CLE R K AND BOOKKEEPER >j wanjed^ate_rs gtort ^ 2^212-Uc Male-Female Help 23 MAKE'$20.00 DAILY. LUMINOUS nameplates. Free samples Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. "- > -•- 23-216-6tp BOOKKEEPER WANTED, EX perienced preferred, apply in person. Bliss Tire Service. 23-217-3tc Situation Wanted 24 LIGHT HOUSEKEEPING FOR : elderly person.- Phone 3887. 24-216-3tf! the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are • .'V- Your Chief Thought For Your Club or PrlvaU Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM - inWy^Style ^nars'siwt^ronj 81.2* Per Plata sod Up A™ CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "THE D.1" With Jack Webb ' STARUNH BALLROOM - wsttejv low** rintst. 'SATURDAY, SEPT. 14 • "The DlxielswW; »X/ WJPT. 17 You're Always ... Assured of Good Food and 4 , ' Bine Entertainment. In Carroll young fellows that involve auto mobiles. "We felt that a program to teach young men how to use mo tor vehicles properly would serve two purposes: It would be something most young men are inter ested in and therefore would help with their rehabilitation; and it would give them useful knowledge that might help many of them gain a livelihood when they are released." Popular Program The program has been popular among the Eldora inmates, Callenius says—"It keeps them busy with something that interests Bartley's extra point plunge fell short. Just prior to the lata Eagle rally, Jefferson had penetrated inside the Lake City 15-yard line but lost the ball on downs. The Rams picked up a total of 179 yards from scrimmage and completed four of 10 passes but were victimized by penalties. The precision punting ot Jefferson's Ben Wilt kept the Eagles backed up in their own territory throughout much of the game. Defensive standouts were Larry KarnS for Lake City and Jim McGill and Gary Smith for Jefferson. Ida Grove Chills Foe CHEROKEE — Ida Grove's new found scoring punch chilled Cherokee, 25-13, as Dick Cranston and Roger Spotts ran wild her? Friday night. Scranton scored four touchdowns and two of those came in the'first quarter when he was on the receiving end of passes from Spotts. The first touchdown play covered 70 yards. . In the second quarter the speedy Cranston ran a punt back 69 yards for another marker. With Ida Grove leading by an 18-0 count, the Hawks got themselves in a hole when a punt was blocked deep in their own territory. Cherokee ground out a touchdown and the halftime score was 18-6. Spotts reeled off a 62-yard run in the third period to set up a six- yard scoring jaunt by Cranston. Curt Rupert kicked the extra point. Cherokee came back with a 60- yard sustained drive for another score. The rampant Hawks ate up yardage in big gulps and gave away a total of 145 yards in penal­ ities as Hawk grid hopes took on a resurgent note. Harlan Spills Red Oak RED OAK — Harlan's clever John Norgaard engineered the Cyclones past Red Oak, 14-0, here Friday. Norgaard dashed 55 yards with an intercepted pass in the first quarter and John Louis added the extra point. In the second quarter, Bob Fritz dashed across the goal line from eight yards out to cap a sustained 70-yard drive. Louis again kicked the extra point. Harlan had an edge in first downs by a margin of three and rolled up a total of 245 yards rushing and added 23 from passes. The Cyclones stole three Red Oak passes and returned the thefts 87 I yards. The Cyclones also victim claration in about a month", Bui- ganin wrote: "We have met with great concern the report about Turkish troop concentrations on Syria's borders, as well as about the shipments Of American arms to Turkey to effect an attack against Syria... "The Soviet Union cannot remain Indifferent to these events." The Soviet Premier did not note that the reports to which he referred hsve originated with Soviet and pro-Soviet Middle Eastern sources. Bulganin said, "we are con .vinced that should military action against Syria be started and war begun in the Middle East, Turkey would undoubtedly only suffer as a result of participation in such an agression, while her positions in that area would inevitably be undermined." Rivalry .Over Port This was possibly a reference to rivalry over the southern Turkish port of Iskenderun, ibt Syrian Alexandretta before 1939 which Syria would like to have back. "We believe." Bulganin said, "calculations that a military adventure against Syria could be in some manner localized are dangerous. .. The first, as well as the second, world war began with a local military action by aggressors but everyone knows the dire effect these wars has for the aggressors as well as for mankind." As Gromyko had done, Bulganin charged that Loy Henderson, U.S. State Department expert, tried to line up support for aggression against Syria on a Middle Eastern tour. The tour was made after pro-Soviet officers took control of Syria's army a month ago. The Soviet letter was similar to a Russian warning last fall that it might intervene to support Egypt during the Suez attack. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. Ben Smith, Carroll. Joseph Bezzt, Elcerito, Calif, Conference* (Continued from Page 1) 56 Houses for Sale 63 -ROOM HOUSE ON FULL LOT. Steve Vanderloo, 332 No. Whitney. Phone 9523. 63-207-12tp A 3-BDRM. HOUSE TWO BLOCKS from business district. Completely remodeled with new kitchen, bath and gas furnace. Garage. $8,500. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-216-2tc Houses for Rent 64 FOR RENT: 5-ROOM BASEMENT house with garage. Phone 9398. Apartment for Rent 65 FURNISHED, 3 bath. Dial 3297. ROOMS AND 65-191-tfc BEDROOM, LIVING ROOM, kitchen, bath, close in, city heat, $35.00 per mo. Dial 9342. 65-217-3tc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: Furnished or unfurnished. Mc Nabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc FOR BETTER APARTMENTS AT reasonable rent contact Pete Jensen. Phone 3109. Parkview Apartment, Carroll, Iowa. 65-58-ltc APT. FOR RENT. Farms for Sale DIAL 4251. 65-216-3tc 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: FARMS: 1 ACRE TO 1600 acres. The price you want to pay. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. * 67-217-tfc 280 ACRES, GOOD BLACK SOIL with 110 open, more can be broken out. Good hunting and fishing.' Price $7,200.00. Write H. J. Armstrong, Box 52, Park Used Cars & Trucks ' 71 WIFE GOT THE CAR? HERE'S a beauty for a second car, 1954 Rambler, clean and well cared for, Bill Burgess Motors. ; y 71-liBHfq 1952 PLYMOUTH 2-DR. HARD top, 31,000 miles, radio, heater new tires, two-tone, beautiful. See these'and/many more at the ,. Summer SeJMut at WUteock's, - them, and busy boys are pretty generally good boys." Training that the boys like is becoming more and more important, Callenius said. This is because he thinks "we are getting a little tougher class of kids now than ever before" in the training school. Mostly this is true because there are more agencies nowadays that are trying to do more to rehabilitate children than in previous years. They turn youngsters over to the state training school only as a last resort and this means there are more incorrigibles among the ones who are sentenced to Eldora. From Better Families Callenius said most of the youngsters at the Eldora institution used to be those from lower income and underprivileged groups. But he added: "Now we are getting quite a percentage from the higher class families. The problem of the poor boy is not enough money and not enough privileges. It's just the reverse with these lads from better homes. They often have too much money and too many privileges." Economic conditions also have a bearing on what types of crimes are committed, Callenius said. For instance, in a time of depression there are more offenses involving larceny and check forgery than in periods of prosperity. But the urge to drive a car leads young men into trouble no matter what the economic picture. And that's the problem the automotive training program is designed to meet. ized themselves with 90 yards lost On Week's Vocation At* North Iowa Lake Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY. SB. No. 7440 NOTICE IS HEREBY. GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as administrator of the eatate of Cathrlne Hannasch deceased, late of Carroll County. AH 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; C. J. Hannasch, Administrator Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorneys Dated September 6, 1957 Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk District Court Sept. 7, 14, 91, 1987 • • FIRST GARRISONING Lonely Ascension Island first was garrisoned by the British at the time of Napoleon's exile in 1815. The is'land ties' roughly half way between Brazil and the west coast' of Africa. WANT1D8 PAT TOU CASH FOR XOUR DyjP? WANT* ICE PATROL Following the sinking of the Ti tank by collision with an iceberg in 1912, an international ice patrol was established to safeguard ship ping near the Labrador current, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica,. TORRID TEMPERATURE Highest recorded shade temper ature' in the United States was 134 degrees Fahrenheit at Death Valley, ClUfowit, on July 10, 1911, penalties. Atlantic Curbs Denison DENISON — Atlantic's Trojans were stymied on the ground but twice penetrated Denison's aerial defenses for a 13-0 victory here Friday. A fourth-down pass from Ron Parmley to Paul Bissinger resulted in the first touchdown for the victors. It came after an agonizingly-short Denison punt gave Atlantic the ball on the Monarch 40 yard line. The Trojans moved to the 17 and were held until the fourth-down payoff pitch. In the third quarter another pass from Parmley found John Carl 30 yards beyond the line of scrimmage and Carl sprinted an additional 40 for the second counter. Parmley then kicked the extra point. The Monarchs battled back in the final period and drove to the Trojan one-yard line as the game ended. On three different occasions Denison penetrated inside Atlantic's 20-yard line but couldn't find the scoring key. Wall Lake Rous WALL LAKE - The Comets moved at will on the ground and through the air as they hung a 35-0 defeat on Odebolt here Friday. Gary Brotherson scored the first marker on a 30-yard end-around sweep and Leon Snyder counted the extra point. Brotherson also got the second marker as he took a pass from Sherm Wollesen and went 25 yards. Snyder again added the extra point and Wall Lake led 14-0 at the half. In the third quarter Wollesen passed to Richard Coil and the receiver fumbled three yards shy of the goal line. However, Brotherson was close at hand and dived on the ball in the end zone for another TD. Jim Rodman got the conversion. Snyder scored the final two touchdowns in the fourth quarter. One was a six yard slant and the other a 40-yard dash. Wollesen passed to Coil for one extra point and kicked the other. Defensive standouts for Wall Lake were Loren Rowedder and Reas Graber. Perry Beats Audubon AUDUBON - A 75-yard pass interception got Perry off on the right foot in the first quarter as the Jays hung a 16-0 defeat on Audubon here Friday. Perry padded the first half margin with a safety in the second period. In the final quarter, Parry hit paydirt again on a 30-yard screen pass. Jack McGuire led the Audubon offense with a pair of 30 yard runs and Russ Miller was the defensive standout for the Wheelers. (Timet Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs Herman Vetter left Monday morn- 1 ing to spend a week at Lake Okoboji. They were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoffers and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Andersen of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. John Carstens of Bayard. Mrs. Leroy Wiebers and Mrs. Harold Kracht attended a meeting of the Northwest Regional Board of the Women's Guild, held at Storm Lake, Saturday. Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lenz and sons, Russell and Rodney, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettbarn and family,. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dettbarn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ewoldt, and Mrs. Ervin D. Lenz and Ronald, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Quandt of Denison, in observance of Mr. Quandt's birthday. Other guests were Ila Mae Nilsen of Vail and Mrs. William Petersen of Denison. Clifford Lyons and Art Pahl Sr. and Harry Pahl left Monday morning to take Harry Pahl to his home at Kennan, Wis. Mr. Pahl has been vacationing in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and •Mrs. Art Pahl, for several weeks. Thursday evening Gaylen Brotherson was honored with a picnic supper in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Janssen of Lake View. Guests were Mrs. W. H. Meyers, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peters and sons, Allen Meyers, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olerich and Steve, Carnarvon, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brotherson and Clark and Gaylen. Friday, Gaylen left for Norman, Okla., where he will take schooling in aerial photography. Gaylen is a member of the U. S. Navy and has completed his training at the Great Lakes. at the U.S. Naval Base on Coaster's Harbor Island in Narragsn- sett Bay. The President came to the door of the office to welcome Faubus as he arrived there a few minutes before 9 a.m. Meet Alone Briefly Eisenhower and the governor then Conferred alone in the office for about 20 minutes. Meanwhile, in a slightly larger outer office, Eisenhower's chief aide, Sherman Adams, and Rep. Brooks Hays (D-Ark)—who had a key role in arranging the Eisenhower-Faubus meeting—talked together. A bit later Adams and Hays were joined by Atty. Gen. Brownell. When Eisenhower and Faubus had talked alone for 20 minutes they came out into the outer office and joined Adams, Brownell and Hays. The five men then talked for nearly two hours. A few minutes before the meeting ended the President called Hagerty into the conference. At that session Eisenhower sat out in front of a desk usually used by his private secretary, Mrs. Ann Whitman. Faubus was seated at the President's right. Both were smiling when they emerged from the President's quarters at 10 :56 a.m. (EDT). They posed for pictures together and shook hands with every evidence of cordiality. While reporters pressed forward, Faubus raised his hand for as much silence as the roar of the helicopter propeller would allow and announced he and the President had held a "very constructive conference." 'Old Comrades' Faubus went on to say he and Eisenhower ~"of course were old comrades" in World War II, when the governor served under Eisenhower's command in Europe. Then Faubus said: "I will not have any statement at this time." As he walked to the helicopter, where Chief White House Assistant Sherman Adams bade him farewell, Faubus declined to tell reporters if any decision had been made in the situation at Little Rock. He has called out National Guard troops to block school integration despite federal court orders that the mixing of white and Negro pupils begin at once. Mrs, Marcus Rettenmaier^Bfs> M¥s.,Jdhn P. Roth, Carte-11.. Jlrs. Louis E, Plots, Carroll. Mrs. Gfetchen DurkSe^ CfirrblL Mrs. Russell S. WunscgeU^sr* roll. . , / I • Delbert S. Hoffman, Carroll i Joseph' Nockels. Carroll. n Dismissals^- | Mrs. Anna' Thompson,. Hope, Mich. John E. Eggen, Charter Oak. • Harve Van Arsdol, Arion. Mrs. Monroe Hagen, Saginaw* Mich. , • .' Lawrence Leo Hinners, Arcadia. Mrs. Merlen C. Warnke, Udder- dale. Mrs. Wilbert J. Long, CarrOU. fc Frank J. Kathmann, Templeton, Daniel L. Heuton, Carroll. Adolph F. Schreyer, Pocahontas. Charles E. Tuhn, Jefferson. Mrs. Dwaln R. Myers and baby, Bayard. Mrs. Keith A. Doyle and baby, Westside. Mrs. Bishop J. Whitsker, Glidden. Births' Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bellinghausen, Maple River, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oswald, Carroll, a daughter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. NagL Carroll, a daughter, Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert G. Htils- ing, Carroll, a daughter, Saturday. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 3 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats _ -sua . us . .50 REDUCED NUMBER The number of members in the |U. S. House of Representatives was reduced from 242 to 232 after the decennial census of 1840, due to reapportionment. ST. JOHN'S ISLAND The island of Patmos, in the Aegean Sea, is the place to which Saint John was banished and where he saw the visions which are described in the Book of Revelations. LOFTY LIGHTHOUSE Highest lighthouse maintained by the United States Coast Guard is on top of the island of Lehua, Hawaiian Islands. It rises 707 feet above sea level. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO m — Hog prices declined this week to their lowest levels thus far this year. Barrows and gilts were $1.00 to mostly $1.31 down and sows were off 50 cents to $1.25. The decline was attributed to a seasonal increase in receipts, coupled with a curtailed shipping out* let and sharply lower prices on several pork cuts in the wholesale meat trade. (USDA) - Salable hogs 1,000; total 1,000 (estimated); compared week ago barrows and gilts $1.00 to $1.25 lower; sows 50 te $1.25 lower; barrows and gilts 190-235 lb and moderate supplies of 180-195 lb brought 20.25; bulk No. 1 to 3 200-225 lb barrows and gilts 19.2519.75. Salable cattle 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago: slaughter steers 25 to $1.00 lower; heifers 50 to $1.00 lower; bulk choice and prime fed steers 24.7527.50; late bulk 23.75-27.50; load prime overt at 1525 lb beeves at 26.00; earty bulk utility steers at 15.00-17.50; 'high choice and prime fed heifers 23.75-26.00; high prime 1060 lb heifers 26.00. Salable sheep 100; total 100 (estimated); compared week ago: spring lambs yearlings and slaughter sheep steady; choice and prime spring lambs bulked 25.00-26.00; good and choice, yearlings 18.00-20.00. BROKEN RIP Mrs. Ben Smith suffered a broken hip in a fall in the kitchen of her home Friday and was taken to St. Anthony Hospital Deaths and Funerals ROY E. BUTRICK (Time* Herald Newt Semee) SCRANTON - Roy E. Butrick, 68, of Scranton, died at St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll, at 5:30 a.m. Saturday. He'was taken to the hospital by ambulance Friday night after suffering a stroke. Funeral arrangements are pending. Relatives and friends may call Huffmans for information. MARATHON RACES The marathon race got Its name from the city of Marathon, Greece; its distanco is judged by the distance Pheldippides ran from Marathon into Athens to tell of the victory. RAPID GROWTH To protect the life of the Presi dent and to suppress counterfeiters are the two statutory duties of the U.S. Seared Service. Maple River 4-H Club Elects Officers Officers for the new year were elected by the Maple River Top Nptchers 4 -H Club, at a meeting Friday night in the home of Sharon Wess. Judy Schrad was chosen for the office of president; Jeanine Madigan, vice president; Barbara Brown, historian; Diane Drees, secretary; Sharon Wess. reporter; Linda Madigan, music chairman; Norma Fehring, health Chairman; Janet Schrad, library chairman; and Joyce Schechinger and Jean Spaen, recreation chairmen. Mrs. Leonard Madigan, club leader, gave a short talk on record books and read the list of club members who will receive 4-H pins for blue-ribbon record books at the fair. They are Barbara Brown, Jeanine Madigan, Joyce Schechinger, Diane Drees, Mary K. Fehring, Karen Fehring. Janet Schrad, Sharon Wess and Linda Madigan. Jeanine Madigan, retiring president, called the meeting to order at 8 p.m. Members answered roll call with "What I like about my year in 4-H." Special guests were Lucille Buchanan, county extension home economist, and Mrs. Margaret Schrad, new assistant club lead er, each of whom gave ~ short talk. A demonstration on "Stress ing Color in Table Setting" was given by Sharon Wess. Lunch was served by the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Larry Wess. The next meeting wUl be at Jean Spaen's at 7:30 p.m., October 17, MRS. RUDELL SNYDER (Time* Herald Newt Servle*} BREDA — Funeral services for Mrs. Rudell Snyder, 38, were held at St. Bernard Church at 9:30 Thursday morning. The Rev. J. P. Hausmann offered up the requiem high mass. Burial took place in St. Bernerd cemetery. The Christian Mothers' Society attended in a group. Pallbearers were Adrian Snyder, Jake Tjaden, Ray Gerken, Paul Schaefer, Ben Rosener and Laurence Huegerich. Relatives and friends from a distance at the rites were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Barney, Mr. and Mrs. George Grussing. Mrs. Grace Bohlsen, Mrs. Emil Kluver, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schneider, Mrs. Angeline Carlson, Mrs. Dena Barney of Clara City. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kluver, Mr. and Mrs. Jimmy Kluver, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Kluver and Mary Lou, Brewster, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Dale Kluver, Bob and LaVonne of Worthington, Minn., Mrs. Lena Barney, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Rickie Kluver and Irene, Arthur; Ray Kluver. Galva; Mr. and Mrs. Rose Thievenaut, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kluver, Lake Park; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Put- breese, Mrs. Sarah Bruns, John Bruns, Fike Bruns, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bruns. Mr. and Mrs. Lester King, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Bunker, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Blass. Sioux Rapids: Mrs. William Petersen, West- Bend; Mrs; George Brown, Schaller; Linus Pick, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schulte, Pocahontas; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karstens, Newell; Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns, Mrs. Willis Wells, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs; Pete Bruns, Mrs. Lotta GotinJ Mrs. Leonard Coon, Mr. end Hit,) Russell Mentzer of Early; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bengfort, Odebolt; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dirkx, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kluver, Mrs. Anna'Kluver, John Kluver, LeRoy and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Van Scoy, Mrs. William Dinges; Mrs. Melvin Snyder, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brans; Odebolt; -Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Thelen, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Bruns, Mrs. Jerry Bruns. Mrs. Christene Rhode, Mrs. Arnell Tucker, Mrs. Leonard Koenke, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Amis Blessington, Mr. and Mrs. Emmet* Dirkx, Auburn; Mrs. Louis Han« nasch, Mrs. Lucina Sheppard, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kluver, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hauser, Carnarvon; Mrs. Marteen Hess, Arcadia, and many relatives and friends from Breda and surrounding community. Mrs. Snyder passed away Sunday evening at the hospital at Rochester, Minn. She was bora November 3, 1918, daughter ot Mrs. Albert Kluver and the lata Albert Kluver of Lake View. She was married August 20, 1941 to Rudell Snyder at St. Bernard church and since their marriage has been living near Breda. Surviving with her husband is a daughter Jo Ann. six brothers. Albert Kluver, Lake View; Jerry Kluver, Carnarvon; John Kluver, Lake View; Rickie Kluver, Arthur; Hans Kluver, Brewster, Minn.; Harry Kluver, Lake Park; one sister, Mrs. Virgil Van Scoy, Lake View. She was preceded in death by her father. Mrs. Snyder was a member of St. Bernard church and the Christian Mother Society. _

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