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Sandra Dammann and Keith Hass Are Wed (Time* Hernia NC«V» service) heart-shaped bouquet of sweetheart MANNING — Sandra M a r i c j roses. Dammann, daughter of Mr. and Kenneth Dammann, brother of Mrs. Lester Dammann, Manning, lne bride, was best man. Kenneth and KcithEugcne Hass, sonof Mrs. | HasSi brother of the groom, and n «" -- " - »*• Dennis Schmidt, a cousin acted as George Stanton and the late Marvin Hass, Manning, were united in marriage Saturday evening, Sept. 5. at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Lester Moore performed the double ring ceremony at the Manning Methodist Church. Mrs. LcRoy Pearson played the traditional wedding marches. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an all-white waltz length gown of lace and nylon over bridal taffeta. Her fingertip veil of nylon illusion was held with a crown of pearls and lace. She carried a bouquet of red sweetheart roses and a white Bible. Barbara Johnson was maid of honor. She wore a gown of orchid, orchid shoes and a headband or orchid taffeta with abbreviated orchid nylon veil. She carried a ushers Linda Hass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hass of Irwin, and cousin of the groom, was candle- lighter. She wore a white robe with orchid accents. Following the ceremony, a reception for 80 was held in the church parlors. Following a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Hass will live at May Street in Manning. Both are graduates of Manning High School. Mrs. Hass is employed in the offices of the Manning Creamery Co.; Mr. Hass at the Manning Mill. BEAUTIFUL RCA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION See them on display. FREE demonstration in your home. DIAL 9513 Sporrer's TV Gr Appliances Open Evenings Except Sunday. Corner 9th and Salinger CUTS FINGER ON JAR NoEllyn D r y d e n, 9-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dryden, Carroll, fell on a fruit jar at her home Saturday and cut a finger on her right hand. She was admitted to St. Anthony Hospital as an accident patient Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. William Jensen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Jensen and son Randy of Carroll spent the weekend at Anamosa, where they visited Mr. and Mrs, Jerome Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Willian Jensen Jr. and family, and Mrs. Ha- Rue Brown. They also visited Mrs. George Frank of Audubon, who is a patient in University Hospitals, Iowa City. Mrs. Frank is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Jensen of Carroll. WED 50 YEARS ... Mr. and Mrs. Joe Grcving, 115 North Adams, Carroll,-were married Sept. 7, 1909. They celebrated their golden anniversary Saturday. Their nephew, the Rev. Louis Grcving of West Bend, celebrated solemn high mass at SS. Peter and Paul Church; and open house was held in the church auditorium in the afternoon. All of the couple's children were present for the occasion. (Paige and Paige Photo) Marie D. Grundmeier Weds Maurice L Dion In a 4 o'clock ceremony Sunday j the back by three tiny satin bows. afternoon at St. Paul Lutheran Church, Marie D. Grundmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Grundmeier of Carroll, was unit- Her shoulder-length veil of silk il lusion was held by. a crown of seed pearls arranged in a floral j pattern. She carried a cascade of Crouse Cartage Co. Carrell — Ph. U2» No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! MLIED VAN IINCS. hK Courteous Convenient Carrier ed in marriage with Maurice L. ! white pompons accented with Dion, son of the late Mr. and ligustrum. Mrs. Nazairc Dion. The maid of honor was Letha Officiating at the double ring i Grundmeier, sister of the bride, service was the Rev. Russell j and the bridesmaid was Deanna Grundmeier of Groton, S. D., i Grundmeier. a niece. Their gowns brother of the bride. | of ice blue were identical to the Miss Grundmeier was given in , bride's in design. They wore satin marriage by her father. j shoes dyed to match their gowns Mrs. Otto Wittkopp played a 15- i anc1 short blue veils attached to minute prelude of organ music as guests were being seated, "0 Promise Me" as the processional, and "March Triumphant" as a recessional at the conclusion of the service. Don Petersen sang "The Lord's Prayer" with Mrs. Wittkopp accompanying. Altar decorations were white gladioli and chrysanthemums tied with blue taffeta. Miss Grundmeier wore a white bridal gown with ballerina-length bouffant skirt of nylon chiffon over net and taffeta and a shirred chiffon cummerbund. Over the JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fines— Daryl R. Vestal, Des Moines, $5 and costs, expired drivers license; Jackie Neubauer, Glidden, $6 and costs, night speeding; Lawrence J. Vanderheiden, Auburn, $7 and costs, night speeding; Donald J. Schwabe, Maple River, $10 and cost^, driving wrong way on one­ way road; and Ralph E. Boesman, Onalaska, Wis., $10 and costs, improper passing. MAYOR'S COURT Traffic, Disturbance Fines— Vernon J. Peters, Glidden, $15 and costs, improper muffler; Vernice Forke, Carroll, $5 and costs, failure to obey railroad crossing signal; Dennis E. Kitt, Carroll, $15 and costs, careles. 1 . driving; Robert L. Haukap. Carroll, $25 and costs, careless driving; Jerry L. Lewis, Westside, $15 and costs, careless driving; Julius Neiland» Jr., Carroll, $10 and costs, stop sign violation; Larry R. Burke, Carroll, $15 and costs, speeding; Melvin S. Martin, Carroll, $10 and costs, careless driving; Paul M. Collison, Carroll, $25 and costs, violation of school permit; Gene Fredrickson, no address given, forfeiture of $10 bond on charge of disturbing the peace; Donald Beidler, Carroll, $15 and costs, improper muffler; and Lloyd H. Kraft, Lytton, $10 and costs, careless driving. tiarras. Their colonial bouquets were of white carnations. Mrs. Grundmeier, mother of the bride, was dressed in a black gown accented by a white pompon corsage. Neil Trobak attended Mr. Dion as best man and Walter Mein as groomsman. Both are friends of the bridal pair. Ushers were Harold Grundmeier of Carroll and Orren Grundmeier of Charles City, brothers of the bride. Immediately after the ceremony, a reception for 80 guests was held in the church parlors. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Robert J. Schmitz, Dedham, Ford; Gilbert T. Phillips, Manning, Chevrolet: Breda Auto Co., Breda, Ford pickup; William P. Forney. Carroll, Chevrolet; Vermis H. Grimsman, Carroll, Chevrolet; and Garst Company, Coon Rapids, Ford. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Sept. 8, 1959 TO Mrs. Earl B. Hulsing and baby, Carroll Mrs. Darrell T. Nielsen, and baby, Glidden Births- Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Foster, Jr., Scranton, a son Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Hoffman, Carroll, a son Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Romaine Ludwig, Pocahontas, a son Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Trecker, Templcton, a son Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Glass, Sac City, a son Monday Mr. and Mrs, Joseph J. Vogl, Gray, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Games, Coon Rapids, a son Monday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lee Phelps, Coon Rapids, a son Monday Mr. and Mrs. Lyle F. Hdffman, Carroll, a son Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Baxter, Mallard, a daughter Sept. 8 at the Emmetsburg Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Russell Hart of Carroll. Licenses to Wed— Warren A. Meier. Omaha, and Maxine M. Sextro, Omaha. Real Estate Transfers— Melvin A. Clark to John A. and Karen A. Geier, part of Lot 4, Block 2, Krause and Kennebeck's Addition to Carroll. Philip S. Mantz to Mable V. Brogan, W '/2 of Lot 14, and Lots 15 and 16, Lanesboro. Ray Garwood to Lusetta R. Garwood, Lots 4, 5, 6, 7, Block 17, Lanesboro. cummerbund was a lace jacket i Tables were decorated with blue with three-quarter length sleeves j and white streamers down the and scoop neckline, fastened at Connie's Column fey (^o *J$Co ^cC ^*lj^*^ DON'T DREAM ... BUDGETI 1 stewed about the Joneses . . . how could they afford to take a trip if we couldn't? Asked Mrs. Jones; got an answer worth shar-, ing with you: "We budget for travel, every pay day all year! Portion of Dad's pay check goes into the trip- fund, just as other portions go for ' food, rent, and utilities! We consider travel a necessity — and the children's teachers tell ua it's educational, too." APPLE-NUT SURPRISE Enjoy this temptingly-good Apple- Nut-Bread recipe from Mrs. Carlton Mettille, Dubuque, Iowa. Blend Y 2 cup shortening with J cup sugar. Add 2 well-beaten eggs. Sift together 2 cups flour, Yi tsp. salt, 1 tsp. baking powder, 1 tsp. baking soda. Add to creamed mixture. Stir in IY2 Tbsp. sour milk. Fold in 1 cup finely chopped, unpeeled apples, IY4 cups chopped nuts, and 1 tsp. vanilla. Bake in greased loaf pan (9^ x5^ x 3 inches) in 350-degree gas oven for 1 hour. FOUR MINUTES OF MAGIC Set it, forget it, and save time—four minutes in a gas dryer does the work of one hour on the line! A dryer makes it so easy to get cool- x weather wardrobes back on the racks •^//•aA m ^ freshen up your <£y^> home for Fall. Want M\ to "air" clothing, blankets, bedspreads, wake up nap on bathmats and shag rugs, fluff pillows; give new "umph" to mattress pads and comforters? Your safe, automatic, gas dryer works this magic for less than a penny per load! The experts at your Iowa Electric Light & Power Company or gas appliance dealer will be happy to show you the latest gas dryer models. BISCUIT-MAKING SHORTCUT Roll out dough. Cut lots of even squares in one easy operation: Use a metal ice-cube divider as the cutter! TRY A TRICK Don't force children to eat. Instead, try serving smaller portions ... let them ask for seconds and thirds. Does your child eat well one time, poorly the next time? Best not to comment; eating habits should seem natural. Arouse interest: Offer a choice between familiar food or a new dish. SUMMER'S REWARDS Pamper blooms from your flower garden! Gather bouquets after sundown, or very early morning. Cut stems with sharp knife or pruning shears... scissors might mash them. Cut on a slant; stems can take in mofle water. Keep bouquet out of direct drafts and sunlight. It'll stay pretty longer. < NO NEED TO SHARE Would you cook meals on a community range? Travelers to ancient China told of women cooking over flames spurting from a hill. This was probably the first time natural gas was used for cooking. Today, you don't have to share it... there's plenty for every family! Plenty to do the seven big household chores for you: Cooking, refrigerating, water heating, clothes drying, air heating and cooling, and incineration. Northern Natural Gas Company pipes natural gas to Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, who pipes it into your home every day. center and small bouquets of gar den flowers. Reception host and hostess wore Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grundmeier of Manning, brother and sister-in-law of the bride. Dorothy Grundmeier, a cousin, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Orren Grundmeier cut the wedding cake and Mrs. Harold Grundmeier presided at the coffee service. They were assisted by Mrs. Wayne Harriott and Mrs. hoy Heuton. The bride is a graduate of Carroll High School and is employed in the office of the Carroll city clerk. Mr. Dion attended school at Ashkum, 111., and is employed as a member of the police force in Carroll. The bride and groom left after the ceremony for a week's trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota, the bride wearing a beige floral sheath dress with beige accessories as her traveling costume. ACCIDENT PATIENT Mrs. Herbert J. Frahm, 54, Manning, was admitted to St. Anthony Hospital Saturday as an accident patient. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Floyd M. Francis. Carroll ids Mrs. Madelene Beilke, Coon Rap- Mrs. Rose Pudenz. Carroll Emanuel Sigler, Coon Rapids James M. McKeon, Bayard Mrs. Cato N. Gephart, Des Moines Fred W. Pietig, Carroll Mrs. Nina Henderson, Jefferson | ewes 4 .00-5.50. Frank L. Smith, Ralston George W. Kinsman, Jefferson Mrs. Robert M. Snyder, Carroll Dwight Rost, Lake City Monte Picht, Carroll Corrolt Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.94 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.08 Oats - - .60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 8,500; steady on butchers; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 200-225 lb butchers 13.7514.00; Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-230 lbs 14.00-14.25; mixed 2-3 and 3s 230-270 lbs also 14.00-14.25; several hundred head at 14.25; a few lots mixed 2-3 and 3s 280-300 lbs 13.50-14.00; mixed grade 1-3 180 - 195 lbs 13.25 - 13.85; mixed grade 1-3 300-350 lb sows 12.0013.00; a few lots mixed 1-3 275325 lbs 13.00-13.25; mixed 2-3 350425 lbs 11.25-12.25; mixed 2-3 425550 lbs 10.25-11.25. Cattle 21,000; calves 100; slaughter steers steady to 25 higher; a few loads of high choice to mostly prime 1,175-1,325 lb steers 29.25-29.75; bulk choice and prime steers all weights 27.5029.00; a load of choice 1,450 lbs steers 27.25; mixed good and choice 1,000 lbs also 27.25; most good to low choice 25.75-27.25; a load of standard 1,225 lb Holstein steers 23.50; a few loads mixed choice and prime 975-1,100 lb heifers 27.75-28.50; most good to high choice 25.00 - 27.50; utility and standard 19.00-24.00; a few standard cows 19.00-20.50; utility and commercial cows 17.75-19.00; canners and cutters 14.00-17.25; utility and commercial bulls 21.0023.50; vealers 34.00 down; .a load of good and choice 825 lb feeding steers 26.75. Sheep 1,000; all classes steady; bulk good and choice 80 • 100 lb spring lambs 19.50 - 21.00; a few lots choice and prime 90-95 lbs 22.00; a few utility and good 17.00-19.00; a few culls down to 12.00; a few cull to choice shorn Deaths, Funerals 1 ~ CLARA P. ROSS Funeral services for Mrs. Clara P. Ross, 90, were held Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll. Mrs. Ross died early Thursday morning at the Tryon Nursing Home in Carroll. She had been ill for five and a half years. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys, pastor of the First Methodist Church in Carroll, officiated at the services. Burial was in the family lot at the Carroll City Cemetery. Mrs. Clyde Campbell sang 'The Old Rugged Cross" during the services. She was accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth Holley, organist. Serving as pallbearers were: Dan Hanssen, Glenn Weeks, Hugh Matt. Louis Drees, Arthur McNaughton, and the Rev. Louis Akin. Relatives attending from a distance included: Mrs. Carlisle Kenyon, Bozeman, Mont.; Mrs. E. M. Morgan, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Ross, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Acklin, Linda and Betsy, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. E. Ross Riley. Roselyn. Barbara, Roberta and Karen, Omaha, Neb.; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Borchert, Glidden. Surviving are four children, Mrs. Carlisle Kenyon, Bozeman, Mont.; H C. Ross, Des Moines; R. L. Ross, Cut Bank. Mont.: and Mrs. E. J. Riley, Carroll: and one brother, O. N. Perigo, Tarpon Springs, Fla. Mrs. Ross was preceded in death by her parents, her husband, a sister, Mrs. A. J. Thomas, Chicago. 111.; a grandson, Ross Graning, and a great-grandddaughter, Kim Acklin, Lake City. Roy L. Graves. They lived in Min* nesota and Wisconsin until 1938 when they moved to Coon Rapids. Mr. Graves died'in 1954. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Vern Kecney, Englewood, Colo., and Mrs. Tony Casey, St. Paul, Minn.; one son, Paul L. Graves, Marshalltown; and ten grandchildren. Preceding her in death were her husband, a daughter and a son. Chicago Grain T <J?£ se t£ fark £ u Are FumUhed by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Mrs. Herbert J. Frahm, Manning „. U1 ,.„ Low Close Close Sept. Dec. March May CORN Sept. Dec. BUILT-IN FLAVOR Chiffon-style pumpkin pie is pleasing! Make a spicy-good crumb "crust" the easy way; use cinnamon- flavored graham crackers. © Northern Natural Gat Company, Omaha, Nebraska By nothing do men show their character more than by the things they laugh at. R. J. "Bob" DOLEZAL DON'T COVER YOURSELF PART WAY! Insurance protection should be complete ... so make it your business to protect yourself, all over and from every angle. For the answer to your insurance questions feel free to call me at the Dolezal Insurance Agency, Dial 4140. Mrs. Susan Harrison, Carroll NoEllyn Dryden, Carroll David L. Wilburn, Carroll Dismissals— Ernest Wenzel, Manilla Mary Schmitz, Pueblo, Colo. Mrs. Arthur E. Stephenson, Scranton Renita Sue Kelly, Denison March Mrs. Leland H. Corn, Wall Lake 0 ^^ s Gilbert Martens, Manilla Sept, Mrs. W. G. Vaughan, Glidden Dec Matt Kirschbaum, Algona March Mrs. William P. Hansen, Audubon Sept' Marie O'Toole, Iowa City Bernard Naber, Carroll Randy Esslinger, Scranton Mrs. Rose Pudenz, Carroll Louis Leege, Lytton Gary B. Tigges, Coon Rapids Mrs. William J. Lengel and baby, Guthrie Center Mrs. Norman D. Rothfolk and baby, Manning Mrs. Lawrence G. Sibenaller and baby, Carroll 193 >« 198', 192', 197% 192'i 197% 202'... 20f 2 201'; 200% 199 !-.. I Dec. March May 118 i,i 112% 116 117 67 U 70 \ 71% 70> 4 133% 136% 137 >•'. 136 •SO# BKANS Sept. 209 V s Nov. Jan. 211% 215 <Ji 117 111^ 115% 117 66 \ 70% 71% 70 ft 132 U 135 1.;. 137 135',g 208 Vs 210' 8 214 » 4 199'.. 199% 117 117Vi 111 \, lll'i 115% 117 67'i 70 '.*; 71 70'„, 132% 132 »i 135Tg 136 137 i 4 135'.i 208 Vs 209 211 211',, 215 192% 19H>, 198', 201', 202 199 '4 118'.. 118% 112 >4 116 117 66 \ 70'., 70% 71 u 70', 132'; 135'., 135'., 136 % 135 210 IRA TOMS Funeral services were held Saturday at 2:30 p.m. at the Methodist Church in Lanesboro for Ira Toms, 72, Lanesboro. Mr. Toms died Thursday morning at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. He had been in failing health for about two years. The Rev. Garland Hancock officiated at the services. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Serving as pallbearers were: Earl Hartwigsen, Merle Jenkins. Ted Dowling, John Harms, Herb Schumacher, and Eldon Howe. Organist for the services was" Linda Dobson, and singers were Mary Toyne and Norma Jean Myers. Mr. Toms is survived by his wife, Julia, and twelve children: Dewey Toms, Lake City; Mrs. Verle Dorman (Pearl), Long Lane, Mo.: Mrs. Ruth Alspach, Glidden: Mrs. Loyal Brock (Nellie), Clarkfield, Minn.; Mrs. Gail Owens (Clara), Glidden; Mrs. Lawrence Jarvis (Dorothy), Sac City; Raymond Toms, Fort Dodge: Mrs. Leonard Daiker (Nina). Milaca, Minn.; Mrs Herman Richards (Ruby), Chur dan; Jim Toms, Ruthven; John Toms, Glidden; and Mrs. Wendell Heuton (Jean), Council Bluffs. He is also suvived by 51 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren. Preceding him in death were: his parents; a daughter, Eva; two brothers, John and Frank; and one sister, Dorothy. JOHN H. BLAKE John H. Blake, 57, of Minburn, secretary of the Perry Pruduction Farm Loan Assn., died Sunday of a heart attack in the Perry hospital. He was the husband of the former Margaret McFce of Carroll. Mr. Blake suffered a heart attack at his home Thursday and was taken to the Perry hospital where he had another and fatal attack. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Methodist church in Minburn under direction of the Adel Funeral home of Adel. Surviving are Mrs. Blake and their two sons, two brothers and three sisters. Mr. Blake was born on a farm at Waukee, la., one of eight children. He was married to Miss McFee in Carroll April 19, 1947. Mr. Blake had a fulltime office at Guthrie Center and a branch office in Carroll which he visited every Friday. Mrs. Blake's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McFee of Carroll left early Tuesday to attend the rites and will be gone for several days. HUGO C. PLATH Mr. and* Mrs. A. M. Osterlund and daughter Carlctte Nancy returned Monday night from Dallas, Tex., where they were called by the death of Mrs. Osterlund's father Hugo C. Plath, 68. Mr. Plath passed away unexpectedly Thursday morning, Sept. 3, following a heart attack. Funeral services were held Saturday morning. IN YOUR NEW KITCHEN 211 212 215% MRS. EMMA GRAVES Mrs. Emma Graves, 72, Coon Rapids, died Monday evening at Mercy Hospital in Marshalltown. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Chapel in Coon Rapids. Services are tentatively set for 2 p.m. Thursday at the Methodist Church in Coon Rapids. The Rev. Earl Josten will officiate. Burial will be at Cambridge, Minn. Mrs. Graves was born on November 15, 1887, at Plainview, Neb. She was the daughter of Harris L. and Ella Bell Boggs. She received her education in Nebraska. On June 17, 1909. she married BREAKS SHOULDER Mrs. Susan Harrison, 79. roll, entered St. Anthony Hospital Saturday as an accident patient. She suffered a fractured left shoulder when she fell in a downtown store Friday. SUFFERS HAND CUT Monte Picht, 9-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Picht, Car- 215 :i i j roll, was admitted to St. Anthony Hospital Saturday evening as an accident patient. He had fallen on Car-! a coffee can in his home and cut 'three tendons in the palm of his left hand. He will be dismissed Tuesday. Insist on a ROPER •UILT-IN range JL I CLASSES OUT EARLY Because of the uncomfortably hot weather, public school classes Iwere to be dismissed early Tuesday afternoon. High school classes were dismissed at 3:30 p.m.; (junior high and elementary grades at 3 p.m. cm For Your Month-Old Money-Makers... VICTOR PIG STARTER with Fast-Growth Nuirfonts Victor formulotes these pellets to supplement the sow's inadequate miik after the 4th week. Contains high quality protein. . high level of Aureo- mycin. •. high vitomin content.,. and pigs like 'em I VICTOR PIG STARTER is made with HOMINEX — specially processed "hearts of kernels'*. Feed for fast,healthy growth up to 35 pounds -or until hazards of weaning are past. VICTOR FEED & SUPPLY CARROLL, IOWA •TiTTTTT FEEDS I INFANTS BAPTIZED Patricia Ann Mieras, infant I daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jack I Mieras of- Omaha, and Brett Robertson, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. j Don Robertson of Carroll, were baptised at the Methodist Church ] Sunday morning, the Rev. Ivan C. Bys officiating, Arthur Brown of Dayton, O., and George Brown of Ripley. Tenn., visited from Friday until Tuesday in the home of their brother, Mr. and M r s. Earl Brown. Additional visitors in the Brown home Sunday were their children, Mr. and Mrs. William Sparks, Susan and Billy, Ogden; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas L. Brown and Randy, Humboldt; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Penner, Missouri Valley; and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beyer, David, Jane, Mary Beth" Debbie, Timmy and Amy, Lidderdale. Leah and Rachel, two sisters, were the successive wives of Abraham in the Old Testament. QUALITY... CONVENIENCE... PERFORMANCE! All-new, smartly styled, packed with value. Choice of five colofs. A host of advanced Roper features brings you new cooking pleasure. Choose the best of the built- ins . . . Roper! CD^E KITCHEN PLANNING SERVICE ... ASK FOR IT) GAS DIVISION IOWA ELECTRIC MGHTiEE POWER Admiral SEPTEMBER SALE Deluxe Refrigerators Full width freezer chest and drawer, 2 ice cube trays, big wide crisper, safety door handle, extra egg, butter and cheese storage. ' • 11 cu. ft. $179.95 with trad* Big 9 Cu. Ft. •th and Salinger SPORRER'S Opanlng Kvenlngs Until » (Ixctpi Sunday) Trad* 13 cu. ft. $199.95 with trad* TV AND APPLIANCES

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