Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 10, 1959 · Page 6
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September 10, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Thursday, September 10, 1959
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SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT Hundreds of Valuable Gifts Are Yours when you save Now Available at Your DEDHAM BRIARDALE STORE DON PLETCHETTE, Prop. Comparo our catalog with others and soo how much more you got for YOU*! STAMP DOLLAR, and remomber you got your premiums delivered to your Ded- tiam Briardole Store. REGISTER FOR FREE STAMPS ON THIS COUPON SPECIAL GET ACQUAINTED DRAWING Each week for Hvo weeks, 1000 FREE STAMPS will be oiven away each Saturday. (No purchase necessary). Just sign the coupon in this ad and deposit at your Dodham Briardale Store. Name Address 21 Breda Legion Donors to Give Blood Here Again The Breda Legion again will, show up in full force for the Red! Cross Bloodmobilc visit here Monday. Twenty-one donors from Breda will give blood to replace supplies used by Arden Wittry of Breda. ( a victim of leukemia I Replacements atsc arc expected from friends of a Carroll girl who received 10 pints of blood during the month of August Jn an out-of- town hospital. A quota of 200 pints has been set for the bloodmobilc visit to the, Methodist Church here from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Monday. "A measure of the worth of anything is in terms of individual reactions," Mrs. R. B. Morrison, publicity chairman, said today in an appeal for donor support. "In today's medicine, no matter how skilled a doctor may be with-j out blood for transfusions he is I many times limited and handicapped in caring for patient*. It is the faithful volunteer donors who, — - I. i FARMER KILLED | RLD OAK <AP> - Maurice D. ! Peterson, 42. Red Oak farmer, j was killed Monday when he was pulled into a hay baler on a neighbor's farm. Peterson was known' for his horse teams which won! raany pulling contests in low a. j Survivors include his widow and three children. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. * Thursday, Sept. 10, 1959 Q keep the Regional Blood Center supplied so that patients in hospitals can receive all the blood needed in time of emergency. "The lives of people of your community, town, rural areas, depends on securing the required number of donors needed when the bloodmobilc is here. Keeping people aware of what they can da to maintain our Blood Bank means much to our hospital ant! doctors when a patient is seriously injured or undergoing surgery. "The playing field on which achievement will be won or lost is our own community and donors throuchout the city and county You have the ball — take it and go " anaowaocna a HI lvsancu 3»VW Ol umvs Who says a two-dollar bill is bad luck? You're lucky to have one' 3imvs SiHONOQ 0OO18 3H1 HELPING CRIPPLED CHILDREN . . . Among Carroll women serving as volunteer helpers at the field clinic of the State Services for Crippled Children in the Methodist Church here Wednesday were from left to right (top picture) Mrs. W. E. Bates, Mary Lu Hudson and Mrs. O. J. Murphy, clinic workers - , (bottom picture) Mrs. R. M. Davis and Mrs. George Pease of the kitchen committee. Refreshments were served during the day to children, staff members and volunteers. (Stall Photo) Jane Fogerfy Has Swimming, Dancing Party Climrs MiTHld News Service) CARNARVON — Jane Fogerty I entertained a «roup of young folks , at their cabin Friday night. Swimming and dancing were the entcr- i tainmont. Lunch was served by Mrs Fogerty. Mrs Bill Shannon and sons drove to Des Moines .Saturday to join her I husband, who is employed there. I They attended the State F'air. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred But* spent | the weekend with friends in Mis- I souri. Mr and Mrs. Henry Ohden and (son. James, spent the weekend in ' Bonesteel. S. D.. with Mr. Ohden's I brother, Rauke Ohden. ) Mr. Julius L'vers of Des Moines | was a dinner guest in the Reiner Janssen home here Saturday. ! Mr. and Mrs Darrcl O'Tool called on her father who is a patient at the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines during the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Stoffregen ;ind son of Waterloo were guests in the Jack Fogerty home Friday Mr. and Mrs. Everet Cryonble. Lois Boen and Jesse Stoffregen ol St. Peter, Minn., spent the weekend in the homes of Mrs. Anna Janssen and Jack Fogerty. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thorpe of i here spent last Saturday in Sioux City on business Open a savings account of $500.00 or more or add this amount to your present account by September 30, 1959 and we will give you $2.50 FREE Current earnings on savings 3V2%, plus the gift of $2.50 on $500.00, is equivalent to 4% the first year. Your account is insured to $10,000 by an agency of the federal government. Come in or mail your savings TODAY Polk County Federal Savings and Loan Assn. 7th and High Des Moines, Iowa T0DAY...10P.M. THE NEW-SIZE FORD STARTS ON ITS WAY TO YOU! The Falcon, the New-Size Ford, already is the most thoroughly tested and proven new car in history. Today this new Ford Falcon starts EXPERIENCE RUN, U.S.A., over evtry mile of numbered U.S. highway 'I'll is is noL a lest run in the ordinary st mc ol live word. For in its 'A years of development and over 3 million miles of proving, the Falcon has already passed and repassed every kind of test ill, i( lould be devised. It's been dust tested, heat-tenccl, and endurance-tested on the (est track at Kiligm;in, Ati/oiia Wind tested and ram-tested in the .'i ()0 mpli wind tunnel at the IJiiivetsity ol Maiyland. Shock- tested, curvc-tchtcd, brake-tested, noise- tested, paint-tested, stability-tested, service-tested . . . <ri/cry</ii»tg-icstcd on Ford* own proving grounds. The Falcon has already proved to engineers that it takes anything they can dish out. Now, Experience Run, U.S.A. will show you what the Falcon can do over your kind ol roads. How many miles to the gallon? Records will be kept ol every drop of i>as used, Better Ras mileage? The Falcon •will average up to 30 miles per gallon 1 On October 8, the Ne\v-si/c Ford will be at your Ford Dealer's . . . for you to experience. See your Ford Dealer today far more information on the Ford Faluni. FORD DIVISION, Zfird /fetof&iitfUiny, Coming your way soon TIL IASIIST CAK IN THt W0RID tO OWN BILL BURGESS MOTORS 3rd and Main Sts., Carroll Phone 3501

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