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IRA TOMS Last rites for Ira Toms, i noon Saturday, at which time it 72, will be taken to the church in I.ancsboro, will be at 2:30 p.m. Snturdny, Sept. 5, at the Methodist Church in Lanesboro. The Rev. Garland Hancock will officiate. Burial will be in Westlawn Cemetery, (ilidden. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Glidden, where it may be viewed by friends until Lanesboro. Mr. Toms died Thursday morning at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. Now Vehicles Registered— St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll, Mercury. Parents Club To Meet On Wednesday The first meeting of Kucmper Parents Club for the new year will be held in the school auditorium at 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 9. The program will be turned V. Ross, 90, will be at U a.m. I over to the Rev. Leo Lena, super- Saturday. Sept. 5, at the Huffman jntendent of Kuempcr High Funeral -Home in Carroll, with the J School, who will present school Rev. Ivan C. Bys. pastor of the First Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in the family i lot in the Carroll City Cemetery, with the Eastern Star service. Mrs. Ross died early Thursday morning at the Tryon Nursing Home in Carroll, after an illness of five and one-half years. I Timet Htrald, Carroll, la. 1 Friday, Septtmbtr 4, 1959 8 MUS. CLARA P. ROSS Funeral services for Mrs. Clara Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Household Goods 51 For Safe GIANT IS CU. home Freezer 55.00 down. Uambles. bl-ui-tfc CARD OF THANKS Up to 23 words. over 25 words. ft.SO -6c per word Licenses to Wed— Maurice L. Dion. Carroll and Marie D. Grundmeier, Carroll. MRS. CATHERINE VENS Funeral services for Mrs. Cath- plans for the year and explain the school's educational philosophy. Musical entertainment will be furnished by Kucmper students. Leo Jne ^ag ^por word^.. :I1: 60 Fitzpatrick. new president, will conduct the business session. Following the program, a social hour will bo hold. Refreshments CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch— , Addltonai Insertions Si .40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER . 6 cents .15 cent? .24 cents Six days, per word. Female Help Wanted 22 will H P enrvori hv rpnrpspntntivps ' F U L1 ' OR PART TIMT3 WAITRESS will be sc \cd by representameSj wanted. Pauline's Cafe. 22-191-trc oi the Willey and Dcdham pansh- A mixer to get acquainted at es the beginning of the new year will KITCHEN HKI.P WANTED: FULL or part time. Pauline's Cafe. 22-207-4tc Church. Rosclle. Burial was in HO­ ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— , _ _ „ Mrs. Leland H. Corn, Wall Lake | ^ Angels Cemetery. Roselle Mrs. Flora Schooley. Lake View Kathleen J. Linn, Coon Rapids Mrs. Arthur E. Stephenson, Scranton crinc Vens, 77, who made her'be in charge of Mr. and Mrs. home at the Spicker Nursing Home. 1 p e to Sabus of St. Joseph parish Male-Female Help 23 Carroll, were held Thursday. The an d Mr. and Mrs. Martin Mahcr 1 r Rev. W. Richard Graf officiated at, 0 f st. Lawrence, the requiem mass at Holy Angels I Parents of Sacred Heart parish, For Sale 55 AUCTION SALE BT «i C o < o l ^ N A U ,° I VVt 'h "<>WN LIGHT, *».9«. LAIIII. 3199.95. Only | est selection of MKIU fixtures In town.jDnnloMStectrlc. 55-105-1U: FOR SALE: (illtl .S STANDARD size bicycle, good condition. Dial -_2713. _ 55-209-1 te FOR (SALE: I'SKII MOVER l»A- Uent lift, hospital tied with rails, wheel chair and serving table. Write Box B Dally Times Her_' lU,, _ _ __55_-209-3tc IKED 70,000 BTU COLEMAN OAs Floor Furnace. Thermostat eon- trolled. Don Kramer. 55-209-3lc 55 Houses for Sale JUST LlSTKDt NKAlt MOW 3-BDUM. Gilbert Martens, Manilla Carol Ann Meincrs, Denison Dismissals- David Loneman, Carroll Steven Pfannkuch. Manning Kmil D. Grau. Manning Mrs. William B. McCarville and baby, Carroll Herman Rcetz. Carroll Mrs. Harold E. Hansen, Extra Scott Soyer, Glidden Births- Mr. and Mrs. Darrell T. Nielsen. Glidden. a daughter Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Earl B. Hulsing, Carroll, a daughter Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Sibc- naller, Carroll, a daughter Friday Mrs. Vens died at 5:30 a.m. Tuesday at St. Anthony Hospital. She had been a patient for ten days. Surviving are a brother, John Vens, Amarillo, Tex., and an aunt, Kate Bowler. St. Paul, Minn. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband, and a sister. Templeton, will be welcomed as new members making 12 parishes in all, Our Lady of Mount Carmel having been added as the 11th par- j ish last year MEN OH WOMEN WANTKD PART time or full Umi>, help on~ne\v product survey. This can become permanent work. You will be contacted for personal Interview. State name, age, address and i )hone number. Write Box P )ally Times Herald. 23-2U9-3tc Personals The Rev. and Mrs. Russ c 11 Grundmeier and daughters Gail June and Kay Lynn of Groton. S.D.. arrived Thursday for a visit of several days at the home of , • .. , , . „ . . Rev. Grundmeier's parents M r. T.S""S y ErbC Can «'><l MK-. Hugo' Gnindmclor. RO­ USED LUMBER AT HALBUR Tues., Sept. 8 y.oo P. M. Lumber from Old St. Augustine School DIMENSION LUMBER 2x4, 2x6, 2x8, 2x10, 2x12, 4x4, 4x6, 4x8, 6x8, 8x10, up to 30-ft. Lengths Flooring, Sheeting, Siding, etc. MAYTAG WASHER. FRIGIDAIRE REFRIGERATOR, TABLES, CABINETS, ETC. TERMS: CASH Farmers Savings Bank, Clerk Paul Grote & Merle Kerkhoff, Auctioneers SPECIAL 10% DISCOUNT ON ALL tarpaulin and glass purchased before Sept. .15. We carry 6 x 12 to 21 x 21 canvass covers in sloclt. Geo. S. Miller Glass & Awning. 55-194-20tc house, corner lot. Lg. newly ear. ig rm. Good st/.en bed- Attic storage. Finished peted llvlni rooms. At basement. Oarage. Priced at $10,500 which Includes stove and refrigerator. Owner will sell on contract; John Onam Real Estate. (5.H-209-2tc 63 ApartmenMor Rent 65 APARTMENTS AVAtLAlBLBs FOR. nished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Pint 3G80. 65-219-tfc NEAR NEW THREE B.lt. HOME with carpeted front room and hall, large dining area In kitchen. Full bath on first floor and bath with shower In basement. Basement is completely finished with three rooms. New two stall garage. Must bo sold within the next two weeks. Let us show vou this lovely home. FllA Loan Available. Wllber Walkup Real Kstate. Phone 2629. fi3-20(i-tfc Room for Rent 60 SLEETING ROOM FOR KENT, close In. Phone 2193. ul)-207-4tc Houses for Sale 63 NEAR NEW APT. HOUSE. CLOSE Into Carroll business district. Ideal for retiring couple desiring Income. Will consider residential property as trade-in. G. D. Prlngle. ' B3-207 -31C Apartment for Rent 65 APT. VOIl RENT: APT. roil Dial '1251. Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: BABY SITTING OR helping school children with home work. Phone 2186. 24-2U8-2tp Erbe(Continued from Page V Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (API—The peak price for butcher hogs slipped to a 3'a purchased there Boone officials said that two publications on the list had been distributed in the past, but were removed several weeks before the order came. Some criticism of the crackdown has been directed against Erbe from a few wholesale distributors. One said that Erbe was exceeding his authority by telling people "what they can read and what $1.94 they can't." 1.08 > Cass County Sheriff Kenneth .60 1 Jones said, "Personally, 1 think Erbe is barking up the wrong tree. What is wrong with these magazines? If people want to read them they will anyway Grundmeier will officiate Sunday at the wedding of his sister Marie Grundmeier and Maurice L. Dion in St. Paul Lutheran Church. Farm Machinery 33 8 USED Via PICKEIts; 5 I'SKD NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used 1HC 24 pickers: 1 used Allls Chalmers mut. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 2uo picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-1 fc TOR SALE: OVERHEAD WAGON hoist, like new. Herbert F.icli, llalbur. 33-208-21 e Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schocnjahn , and daughter Jean, and Mrs. J. C. j Wessling and daughter Irma. at-' FOR SALE: .IOIIN DEERE WIDE wagon hoist with cradle. Ed Riesenberg. Rosclle, Iowa. 33-208-3tc Seeds & Feeds 34 tended funeral services for Paul, FOit RENT: :O ACRES OK THIRD Mark's Catholic " llUn « alf " lfu ha >- Ph " m, 3lna Wagner at St. Church, Odebolt, ing. Thursday morn- 34-209-2li: Clare Kuhlman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, is going to Ames today as a freshman student at Iowa State University. ,., , Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald 'Seems like too many freedoms: d chiWren j and Maria Ray $15 00 e becomine endaneerd. Next,.,. m , ..._„.•_ ,u:.tT'^ ,w WANTED TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa PRICES AT FARM $14.00 Per Ton for First Crop year low Friday a's the market ^^^52^,.. ^ !! eft «™ ta S for • their thing the newspapers will find their stories censored by a state i board." Erbe also announced formation on censhorship matters Opinions and reactions of other ranged from steady to 25 cents lower in a slow trade. The setback was ascribed to the reluctance of local slaughterers to carry more than minimum supplies over the holiday weekend rather than the strike of packinghouse workers against Swift and Co. The $14.25 top is the lowest peak since $14.00 was paid March 20. 1956. However, $14.25 tops also were paid about six weeks ago on two days. With the setback on weights under 230 lbs the 200-230 lb No. 1 , , ,. . . . „ .„,. and 2 and mixed 1-2 grades sold | f, um „ e re do,ng ^ "«ht ° IfmnrT Wn nutlet t*nnn0ni7D inn frAO. Per Ton for Second Crop „ . ... i All hay must be drv and under home at Pomeroy after visiting! cover Some olIts jde piles can be Mrs. McDonald's parents, Mr. and | usec i a t reduced prices. Mrs. Francis Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and Jay had just Write or Call or a special board to advise him returncd from a weck ' s vacation J W Eastland & Sons trip. They visited Mrs. McDonald's brother and sister-in-law, local school and churchmen to the Mr and Mrs Arnold Johnson and crackdown are as follows: • fami i y at Minneapolis; and Mr. ^/^"LT""^/^!:""!!. 0 "^", 1 i and Mrs. Walter Earhart Jr.. at LaCrosse, Wis. While they were of the Carroll Public Schools — "I am heartily in accord with the purposes of Mr. Erbe's current drive." B. G. Halverson, county superintendent of schools — "I'm not too familiar with the situation, but as- Licensed and Bonded Alfalfa Millers Gaylord, Minnesota Phone 72496 34-209-ltc away, Maria Kay visited her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson. at $14.00-14.25. The few sales of slaughter steers were made at steady prices with meager offerings of choice grade bringing $27.50. thing. We must recognize the free dom of the press, but try to keep the type of material on the newsstands on a high plane." Rev. Harold Kieck, pastor of St More County Winners at Fair DES MOINES — Six first-place awards were received by George Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: VIREHRED 1)1 ROC Boars. Walter Piatt, Glidden. -ll-2();l-tfc CHICAGO (APi — illSDA) — i VOR, S.VLE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vae- elnated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, S miles south of Templeton corner and 5la west. 41-173-3tc FOR SALE: I'l'REBRED HA.MP- shlre spring and fall boars, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders. Roy H. Jahn, Manilla, Iowa. Phone Manning 3-3124. 41-107-1 tc Poland China Feb. boars and 4ti head of open gilts. Charles Nlssen 3 mi. west and 2 :I+ ml. north of Manning, Iowa. U-208-litp However, it will take the full co-' in the northern district for a plate 1 operation of everyone involved if of Famcusc or Snow apples, first FOR SALE: IS IIKAD OF GOOD, this program of Attorney General j for a plate of wealthy apples andj ^%crs Tux. A J ami Darvi first for an optional display of ap- Paul's Lutheran Church — "I feel, E. Maze of Carroll for fruit ex that it is an excellent step toward I hibits at Iowa State Fair, accord- Hogs 4.500; steady to 25 lower on curbin 8 the risin S delinquency ing to results of judging in the hor- butchers under''30 lbs" 3 mixed' trend wnirh 1 am ccl 'tain every ticulturc department announced BO HEAD OF PIREBRED SPOTTED grade and mixed grade fs, 2s and! c,e " r tn A nk1in8< i con ^ rned Parent here Thursday. 3s 190-230 lb butchers 13.60-14.00; ' youth leader will agree with. | Maze awards included first place little weighing over 200 lbs below 13.75: few lots is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-230 lbs 14.00-14.25; mixed grade 2-3 and 3s 230-275 lbs 14.00-14.25; few lots mixed 2-3 and 3s 270-290 lbs 13.75-14.10; scattered lots mixed grade 1-3 180-195 lbs 13.00-13.75; mixed grade 275-350 lb sows 12.25-13.25; mixed 2-3 350-425 lbs 11.25-12.25; mixed 2-3 425-550 lbs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 300; calves 100; slaughter steers steady; 50 head choice 1,125 lb slaughter steers 27.50; good and choice steers 1,150 lbs down 26.00-27.50; utility and commer- cows largely 15.75-18.50; scattered head standard cows up to 20.00; canner and cutters 14.00-17.25; utility and commercial bulls 21.0023.50; few good and choice veal- Erbe is to be successful." Rev. Leo Lenz, superintendent of Kuemper Catholic High School — i "We are certainly in favor of the crackdown on indecent literature. The program initiated by the attorney general should receive a favorable reaction, and, what is more, Daeges, Carroll,_Iowa. 41-2Q7-3lp pies in trays, as well as first place | vliK SALE: in PIREIIRED DIROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Runnlngcr, 3 west, 3- A north. Manning. 41-20G-tfc for the state in an optional display ol pears, first for Stanley plums and first for Superior plums. Manning Creamery Com p a n y scored a first in dairy cattle for a Holstein junior get of sire and Livestock Wanted 43 it ought to receive cooperation on | first for the best three Holstein a community level. The Kuemper Parents Club has, for two years, provided material for local magazine retail merchants to guide them in the choice of magazines and females. O'Haven Farms of Man ning received first - place for a Brown Swiss calf born after June 30. 1958 and over 11 months, second for a Brown Swiss junior books they offer for sale. These yearling heifer, and third for a guides are prepared by the Nation- Brown Swiss heifer born after June al Organization for Decent Litera- j 30, 1958 and over four months old. ture. iNODL). "We feel it is an indictment ers 32.00-34.00; standard grades . . . . . , i 26 00-31 00- few culls down to i aga,nst oul * American society when 16 00 ! we nllow a few publishers of filth to j Sheep 300; no price test; good 1 leather their pockets at the expense to choice spring lambs 90-98 lbs 0 /J* ™™ ls of our » P™' 19.00-22.00: culls down to 15.00; 35 head good and choice 80 lb shorn spring lambs with No. 2 pelts 20.00; cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.50. Farm Youths Are Eligible for Safety Essay Competition AT OKINAWA NAHA, Okinawa —Marine Act ing Sgt. Gerald J. Lammers, son of j eau Safety Essay contest Ralph Bock, Farm Bureau president, announced Friday that farm youths in Carroll county are eligible to compete in the Farm Bur- If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. ^43-J£70tc Building Supplies 47 Chicago Grain The»e Market* Are Furntthed by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. WIIEA 'l Sept. High J '."'J!', Low 1112 '.i Closo 11)2'-. Dec. 198' t i'J7':» UIS'H 1OW 1 March 202', 2U1 'j li 'o t 201 ; » 'Mr' May CORN Sept. Dec. 19!t\ 1 IK •» irj\ nty'! 118 'j ll 'J 's nm •', US'; 11S'"'» 112'. March 1 Hi 1 » ur> „ llti .Muv OAVS .Sept. U7 ; » l>7 117-, lili , 117 (Hi", Dec. 70 •> 7u' a vt i r. March May 11 vk Sept. Dec. 71 \ 70 »» ia.v,. 7 )1.. 7(n, i:n \ iai<"<, M'S 71 'j 70'. IXi'j 1.15', 1 t March 137% Muv 13d SOV UKANS Sept. 210 >» Nov, 212 Jan. 215*. i:u< 13-J 4 2011'j 211U 214 i:<o 7 » 135 210 211', 212 21ft% 215» 4 Mi. and Mrs. Frank Lammers of South Maple St.. Carroll, Iowa, arrived at Naha, Okinawa, Sept. G, with the First Battalion, Fifth Marine Regiment aboard the USS General D.I. Sultan for 15 months Close I oi duty. The new rotation program, Ki'.'s, I w 'bich consists of rotating infantry " battalions between the First and Third Marine Divisons at two- month intervals, is designed to improve stability and increase combat efficiency of front-line units. Marines assigned to units of the notation Program serve 15 months j [;•:!» with the First Division at Camp uti " Pendleton, and 15 months on Oki- in'.! nawa. 192' HIS' 202 11S ; 112', The contest is open to all members of Farm Bureau families between the ages of 17 and 30. The writers of the top five essays in. "V";" T"!,^^^.^ 1 ?,!^ ^T&P-'Mi. 1 :! the state will receive expense paid CATTI.K N KKD S II K U T K R'.* D D better with a ruof nver them for only $1UH.77 quarterly. Ask (ireen Bay Lumber Co. Phone 32-18. 17-20j-6t( titi ••, ti7 70-' 71-, 70' 131 131' VM\ I3ti', MAKES MEETING PLANS trips to the National Safety Con gress in Chicago Oct. 18-23. The deadline for the essays on "What I Can Do To Put Safety To Work On My Farm Or In My Home?" is Sept. 30. Those interested should contact Charles Sorenson, Family Activities Division. Iowa Farm Bureau. 10th and Grand. Des Moines, for rules and entry blanks. cribs and sheds now with our quality materials. .See our plans, free estimates, budget terms. Kanne Lumber & Supply. Plume 4373. 47-20(i-5tc rORTARLK IUILDIXGS AND J'KtfO bunks built to order. See us follow prices. Carroll Lumber Company. -17-202-lfc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTKD: INDIAN IIKAD I 'KNMKS and other old coins prior to 1920. Highest prices paid. Contact Jerry D. Lltka, 514 No. Court, Apt. 20-1. M-20S-3tp CONFERS HERE Barbara L. Gibson, hearing con- 1 Household Goods sultant for the State Department \ 51 from Ottuimva Thursday vhere she met Wednesday with the Ottumwa Chamber of Commerce and the Wapello County unit of Licensed Practical Nurses of Iowa. i3i', ; Tentative plans were made for 2011 a, 211', 211% 215 V, Mrs. J. H. Herweg returned | of Public Instruction, conferred here Thursday with John Lamphere, new Carroll County speech therapist, on plans for a hearing] program in public schools of the county this year. Dale Bingham, speech and hearing consultant the state convention to be held in Ottumwa June 12, 13 and 14. Mrs. Herweg is president of the Iowa SIS', j Association of Licensed Practical 1 Nurses PENNY BAR ELS NAMED I *" . Because of an error in reporting; I-BYP TO MEET to the school office, Sharon Ohdej Farm Bureau Young People will WHS listed Thursday as vice presi- j meet in the Farm Bureau building dent of the junior class of Carroll j ut 8 p.m. Wednesday, September 9. High School, instead of Penny Bu- A social hour will follow the meet- iX'ls who was elected by her class- ing. All rural young people of the mate* as vice president. I county are invited. j from the State Department, was in conference with Mr. Lamphere in Carroll Friday. CONTRACT LET MANNING — The contract for the new Presbyterian Manse and educational unit has been let to the Hass Construction Co. of Manning, according to Robert Campbell, chairman of the church building committee. Work on the project will begin the week of Sept. 7. MIKACl I.Ol S IS Tin: WAY 111. IK Lustre removes soil from carpels anil upholsterv. Matt Furniture Co. SKJOl)-He KIR SAI.K: KLKC. NORCiK ItANtiK. _Dlal jl(i2-l. t 51-208-31 p WK HAV>: A GOOD SELECTION OK refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. llelres Electric. 51-197-ttc WANTKD: A UKSI'ONSUILK PARTY to assume balance on a Singer slant-needle zig-zag with attachments. Phone 38-10 or write Apt. 207, 917 North East Street, Carroll. 51-207-3U- CHANGE MASS HOURS (Times Herald .New* (ScrUii'l BREDA — Beginning Sunday ; Sept. 6, masses at St. Bernard i Church on Sundays will be at 8 j and 10 o'clock. 4 IIKDKOOM WITH I'TLL BASK- nient, modern except for central heatliiR plant, extra lot 75 s .100', paved street In Halston, Iowa, for $3550. Existing loan may be as- sumecl. C. D. Pi'lnglc, t>3-207 : 3tc •• 3 AND 1-BKDROO.M HOMES IN price range from 57000 to 25000, both north and south side locations. Your Inquiry Invited. (,. D. _ Prlngle. [ !i ; *-J 2 P_": :u _' L ' MODERN -IV 1RONWOOD HOtSE trailer. Good condition. V. H. Davenport. Glidden. 1,n ™'. 2()7 . 3tp j PARKVIEW DIAL Vi0(). Ii5-201)-2jp i BEDROOM AI'T. TILE FLOORS. modern kitchen, Graham Apts. Dial 4122. (55-208-Uc RENT, CLOSE IN. 65-207-3te FURNISHED. MODERN TRAILER. Cement Patio. Graham Trailer Court, Dial 4122. U5-192-tfe MODERN 3-ROOM APT. AIR CON- dltloned. Dial 3297. ti5-i53-tfc APT. AT 209 NO. Ct.UMC.niAf. 9607, 65-206-tfc Farms for Sale 67 240 ACRE MODERN FARM. HEAVY black soli. S230 an acre. Mrs. Llla Schmidt, Raymond, Mln6n7 ^ 20 \ t ;6tp Used Cars & Trucks .71 '61 OMO Vi TON PICK-UP. 18,00» miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heaten clean. '55 Bulek Suner 4-Doon Radio, healer, Dynaflow, Powcf steering and brakes. E7. eye glass, 2 tone. 8 Special price ,$1095. Real Sharp. WlUroek Motors. 71-207-tfc 1050 IHIICK, 4-DOOR SPECIAL. Dvna flow, power steering, radio and heater. Extra clean. McCoy Motors. 71-205-tfc Auto Service 75 FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Cull Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 43lS3. and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS APTS. DIAL 31011. 05-132-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE UUICK- Pontiae dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '50 FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bin Burgess Motor Co 76-284-tfc JUERGENS PRODUCE AND FEED Checkerboard By News Checkerboard Service Man Donald Danner Grand Opening Date of Our New Chek-R-Mix Plant, Thursday, September 10 Things are really buzzing at our Checkerboard Store these past few days. Every man and woman in our organization is busy readying the place and getting things all in order for the Grand Opening of our New Chek-R-Mix Plant, Thursday, Sept. 10th. Plans are being arranged for refreshments, entertainment, livestock displays, equipment displays, feeder proofs and mill trips through our new Chek-R-Mix Plant. We promise you it will be one of the biggest openings in the history of the community. The boss has gone all out to prepare a program that is second to none for giving the people of this area a day of fun and enjoyment. We invite you, your wife and your children, your friends, and your neighbors. In fact everyone for miles around is invited to attend this big opening. WATCH THE PAPER TUESDAY FOR MORE INFORMATION ON THIS GRAND OPENING. THE NEW "SIGN OF SERVICE" By Your Purina SUPER SERVICE CENTER GRAIN BANK BULK DELIVERY CHEK-R-MIX SERVICE TRAINED SERVICE MEN Our Checkerboard Store, known as a "PURINA SUPER SERVICE CENTER" is the "NEW LOOK" in livestock and poultry nutrition, designed to furnish farmers with everything they need to feed at top efficiency and economy. We furnish four important services: Delivery . . . Chek-R-Mix . . . Trained Servicemen We invite you as livestock and poultry producers of Carroll County to take another look at your present feeding programs. If you have reason to believe that your present feeding program is outdated and your results are not the best, we suggest that you consult your new "Purina Super Service Center" in Carroll. With the many services and research proven programs we have to offer you, we are confident that the Purina Program will produce more PROFITS for you. To gain your confidence that these services are necessary to the livestock raiser of today, we suggest that you talk to the many feeders that we do business with today. As an example, ask Joe H. Drees, Jr. of Dedham, Iowa how he likes the Purina Hog Program and the many services we are bringing to his farm. Ask Joe how he likes the Complete Chek-R-Mix Hog ration that we grind and mix at our new plant. Also ask him how he likes the delivery service—feed put right into his hog feeders. I know that Joe will tell you that this is real Purina dealer service. You can DEPEND on Purina to plan for tomorrow . . . today. • • • • •»«»»•» • • • • P P • • • a pppppppftppftppptfrippppppppfl m m m

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