Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 11, 1959 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14 CARD OP THANKS Up to 25 words All over 25 words. «.B0 8o per word _J M 0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch . Addltonal Insertions 11 .40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day o! 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 One day, per word 6 cents 15 cents 24 cents Three days, per word. Six days, per word Cards of Thanks CAnD OF THANKS Many thanks to all those who sent cards nnd visited me while I was a patient in St. Anthony Hospital. My special thanks to trie sisters, nurses and Fr. Adams. Mrs. Emma Koll _ 3-214-ltc CAKI> OF THANKS My sincere thanks to the St. Anthony hospital staff and (ill who In any way helped to make my slay there so very pleasant. James Brurh 3-'21<l-ltp Announcements 6 Ct'STOM COMBINING. IIAVK 7(> IMC machine. Evan Kuker. Phone 10F2, Lldderdalc. 14-213-10tc Good Things to Eat 18 Now Enjoy The Old Fashioned Family Style FRIED CHICKEN DINNER QUALITY PHOTO FINISHING. HEA- sonable prices. Dial 2373. 6-209-6tc COSTS YOU LESS! OUR KXI'EKT analysis and skilled work solves your television problem Fast. Free estimates on all rcpulrs. Phone 9513. Spoiler's TV 6-211-."ilc Loans 12 WANTED TO HOItltOW: AUDIT 5H) t l)i)li nil real eslale vvnilh jlii.000 on ten year loan nl . r v;. V'lll repay ut "about S7 ."i (>0 per nionlh. Can furnish local hank referenrcs. Write Box A, The Dallv 'Hmes Herald. _ PJ-'Jll-lilp l'KRSONAX. LOANS IT TO $.100.00 Prompt local service. Community Loan Service. Carroll. 12-209-ltc FEKSONAL LOANS UP TO $S00— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Financo Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 GLASS REPLACEMENT SEIIVICH . . . Window glass cut to fit. Joe's Paint Center. 14-245-1 tc PRESERVE YOUR VALUABLE pictures, clippings in plastic. Carroll Plastics. W ?th and Simon. 14-211 -rUc EXPERT PIANO TIMNO. I ..WVK- ence Hnlley. ll-212-(ilc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from vou means more. If It's greeting cards it's nt Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc EVERY SUNDAY All You Can Eat For Only $165 Female Help Wanted 22! Livestock for Sale 41 TYPIST For 14 week's work. Must be experienced. 40-hour week, pleas- \von SALE: PUREBRED DUIIOC ant working conditions. I Boars " VValtcr platt ' GU ^ e - n - APPLY FOR SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 800 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5V4 west. 41-173-3tc Mr. Barnes Staff Room St. Anthony Hospital 22-213-2tc WAITRESS WANTED. EXPERIENCE not necessary. Call Brown Derby after 4 p.m. 22-212-6tc NIGHT WAITRESS, PART TIME. Will consider students, eontact Jim Duncan, Pauline's Cafe. 22-212-3tc SALES GIRL WANTED: APPLY IN person. Carroll Bakery. 22-212-3tc LADY TO WORK IN LAUNDRY. Full or part time work. Deluxe __Cleaners. 22-213-21 c WAITRESS WANTED: $40 PER week. No Sundays. Apply In per_ son. Hwy. Care. 22-213-tfc COOK WANTED: 715 NO. CARROLL. Dial 9554. 22-213-3tc Male-Female Help 23 WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN FOR permanent Job In dry cleaning plant. Apply In person at lift Cleaners. 23-211-tfc 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: 10 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Ranninger, 3 west, 3% north. Manning. 41-206-tfc FOR SALE: LANDRACE BOARS. Edward P. Brlncks, 2 ml. east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-211-6tc FOR SALE: 7 SUFFOLK SID3EP bucks. Ray Rlesenberg. 41-212-3tc FOR SALE: 80 FEEDER PIGS. % west and 2 No. of Templeton. Leonard Relman. 4t-213-2tc FOR SALE: 80 HYBRED FEEDER pigs. Earl Thede. Phone 9-3756. •ll-213-3tc Household Goods 51 Used Cars & Trucks 71 "WHAT A DAY. HAD TIME TO play, after cleaning my carpets with Blue Lustre." Matt Furniture _C". 51-214-lie USED Ft I.I. SIZE ROLL -AWAv' bed. complete, S17.50; Kseil 3-pc. j curved sectional, light green, • $28.00. Matt Furniture To. I 51-214-21e WE RAVE A GOOD SELECTION OK refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Holies . _ a Eicctnc. 5 J^ 7 : l i c ! Auto Service GIANT IS CU. FT. CORONA DO home Freezer S199 95. univ 55.00 down (Jambles M -lll -tfc IIIA7 CMLV. 310 4-DOOH, fl CYLIN-I tier. Radio and heater. 2 tone, dust pearl and white. McCoy Motors.! 71-213-tfcj '57 tiMtl \-i TON PHK-UP. 18.000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, clean. '55 Bulck Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dvnaflow, Power steering and brakes. EZ eye glass, 2 tone. Special price $1095. Rent Sharp. Wittrock Motors. 71-207-tfc Tim#t Herald, Carroll, la, Friday, Sept. 11, 1959 75 FOR SALE: (IOOI) USED STOKER. Phone M533. 51-213-3tp FOB GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call rtoullhan Motor Co. Dial 4393. and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc Wearing Apparel 52 FOR SALE: TWO KI'EMPER INI. forms and v,\ m suits. Dial .'W57. 52-21 l-ltp New Cars 76 WOMAN'S WINTER sale. Dial !>7tl8. COAT FOR 52-213-31c Seeds & Feeds 34 Farm Products 31 FOR SALE: WHITE LKOHOItN yearling hens, approximately lino. 75c each. Few spring fryers left, (5c each. Phone 5F3, ' Ralston, Iowa. Rt. 2. 31-2M-2tp Farm Machinery 33 WANTED TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa PRICES AT FARM $14.00 Per Ton for First Crop $15.00 Per Ton for Socond Crop All hay must be dry and under cover. Some outside piles can be used at reduced prices. Write or Call J. W. Easland £r Sons Licensed and Bonded Alfalfa Millers Gaylord, Minnesota Phone 72496 34-209-ltc FOR SALE: ROY'S SI IT. TOP COAT and cap. Size 3. Phone 3U59. 52-213-3tp For Sale 55 IUSAVY DUTY WISCONSIN MOTOR for sale at KelRhlld Garage. Ded- harn^FredJTurner. ___ 55-211-(Hp YOU CAN SAVE YOURSELF PLEN- ty of cash In our Fall Farm Bargain Sale. Starts Monda\, September 14th. Carroll Wholesale Supply, east on highway M. 55-212-fitc SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE MUCK- Pontlac dealer before you huy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '69 FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfo Sale Date Claimed Sept. 21—Joe Kennebeek closing out farm sale 2 miles south of Carroll on Highway 71 and >*t mile cast on Swan Lake road. Irlbeck & Grotc, Aucts. IIOTPOINT ELECTRIC RANGE, full sl/e. Dial 9092, Carroll. 55-21V-3tp LAR(iE M O N A R t II ELECTRIC stove, near new. Kelvlnator refrigerator. I poster bed loom suite. Phiilic 9HII.1 55-212-3tc Khrushchev- (Continued from Page 1) FOR SALE: : Phone 207fi. M CORN PICKER. 33-214-21 p Includes: Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Vegetable, Hot Rolls and Butter, Dessert. Coffee. Served in the cool, cool comfort of our air-conditioned dining room. The NEW BURKE Motor Inn Livestock Wanted 43 STARTER, GENERATOR, MAO- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck Kcinart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Rclnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phono 2126. 14-H5-tfc TELEVISION HOSPITAL THE ONLY hospital In the world where we bring em in dead and they go out alive. Courteous, economical e\pert service by experienced technicians. Coast to Coast Stoic 14-21 l-5lc Business Opportunities J9 SMALL BUSINESS FOR SALE. Frank Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 19-212-tfc Male Help Wanted 21 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. JUKJ to start. Write P. O. Box 4ti<5. 21-123-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS. E.VPERI- enced or inexperienced Inquire Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wright. _____ 22-20U-tfc .MIDDLE A C. E I) HOt >EKEEPER wanted to caie for home and 2 Children 11 and 15, on tarm References prel'eried Fie.I Tinner. Dedham, Iowa. Phone lit. M-aM'.l, (Hidden USED MACHINERY 2—II John Ueeres. Fa rmall. 214 John Deere Plow on rubber. 214 Kord Ferguson Plows. 4-wheel Spreader. Flair box. Woods Picker. Deere Chopper — corn and bay head Fox Blower. Loader for A-Deere. i IMC Pow er Mower. 6 HP Wisconsin motors. SPECIAL 5-lnn Wagon Hoists $75.00 Free gas with purchase of MF-50 nnd MF-85 Tractors invoice price, baler>.. mowers and rakes for a limited time. 1515 bu. Gchlen Crlh. special price. Halbur Implement Company Halbur, Iowa — Dial 2141 33213-3tc 8 USED 22« PICKERS; 5 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers: 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IIIC 24 pickers: 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 2o<) picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-t fc ALUS CHALMERS WHEELS, TIKES and fluid 13 x 24. Andrew Siijine Templeton 33-213-2tp If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltC Wanted to Rent 58 MIDDLE AI.EI) CO! I'LL. BOTH employed, no children, wish to rent a 2 or 3 bedroom home gas heat. Would consider bin tug. Write Box C '<, Dallv Times 1 lei aid 5H-213-3tp Houses for Sale 63 THE ALsPACII led at S2(i No 'ROPER TY I.OCA- Carroll, Piopcity He added that the invitation had nothing to do with politics. "I just would love to have him come. But he would not have boon invited if he had been a candidate for anything." Mr. Garst said Stevenson had expressed a desire not to be prominent during the Khrushchev stay. He didn't want to sit at any head tables, or anything like that. To View Methods The Garsts will entertain the Khrushchcvs at a luncheon at their farm. While at the farm 500 Pints of Record Corn Blood Used Crop in Iowo Since Jan. 1st DES MOINES (API—Iowa has more corn ripening in its fields this year than ever before. The latest government estimate on total production is 814,653,000 bushels. This is at the amazing rate of 67 bushels an acre planted on 12,150,000 acres—more than this state has ever seen before. Iowa was headed for a record bumper crop when acreage allotments were removed this year and a record production was indicated a month ago. But under the influence of good growing weather the total crop estimate went up by another 60 million bushels based on Sept. 1 conditions. The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said: "The prospective corn production is so large that it exceeds by 20 per cent, or about 138 million bushels, the previous record of 677,056,000 bushels produced in 1948." C. of C- (Continued from Page 1) consists of larKe 4 bedroom Home. Khrushchev will observe develop with three bedrooms and bath up, .. • double living room. . 11 n 1 n u room, metlls in Garst has visited Klirush- kitchen, one bedroom and half ods. bath down Ideal famllx home, can , «, be purchased on contract with monthly payments like rent. Km chev in Moscow and has sold seed more i^rtl.ula.s see Join, jjnam. C()rn (() {hQ g ovcr nment. —-—^\7_7 'itv oivxnt-~xr\~u ; KnrUshcncv nas shown a great 'new 3 bedroom, south'side'home, deal of interest in the Carroll New carpetinK. tile bath, birch County man's farming methods. sidcration. The idea is that Christmas merchandise will be displayed in advance of the holiday season, probably sometime early in November. Manager Knoblauch was authorized to survey Chamber members in regard to whether they would like to participate in Education-Business Day and if so which schools they would like to visit. Chamber members will be v win ouxi-i-ve ueveioji-1 fc , uests 0 f ] oca | schools for the day modern farming metn-, jn return lor lhe cour t e sy of Busi Approximately 500 pints of blood have been administered at St. Anthony Hospital through the lied Cross Blood Bank since the first of the year, hospital officials said Friday. In addition to the blood used at St. Anthony, large quantities have been administered at Manning General Hospital and to Carroll County residents in hospitals at Iowa City, Rochester, Minn., and elsewhere throughout the United States. All transfusions to residents of this county are charged against the Carroll County Blood Bank and replacement is expected from Carroll County donors. The Red Cross bloodmobile is to be stationed at the Method i s I Church here from noon to 6 p.m. Monday, September 14. to receive blood contributions from residents of the Carroll area. A quota of 200 donors has been announced. Carroll donors contributed 195 pints of blood in January of this year and an additional 201 pints in June. Arcadia contributed 113 pints in February. Glidden 75 in July. Manning 109 in August and Coon Rapids 103 in March. An additional 35 pints were drawn at St. Anthony Hospital for emergency transfusions. In spite of these contributions, blood bank officials said, more blood is needed to maintain a safe supply. Donors are asked to make note of the date and place of the bloodmobile visit Monday. Recruiting of donors is in charge of the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary under the chairmanship of Mrs. H.L. cupboards, full basement, double, KaraKc. Small down payment, assume new F.I I.A. loan and save hiKh cost of loan and (losing csts Call 1101 for appointment. t,:t-212-3tc Economy- (Continued from Page 1> ness-Education Day last April, when teachers were the guests of i D u " son businessmen. | A plan to honor the new Carroll 3Q5 G&m triplets was endorsed. A committee I "r" • * \JCH1 will be appointed to secure gifts of 1 merchandise and services from local business men. Robert Greteman and Fritz Dedrick were appointed co - chairmen Pets 46 Livestock for Sale 41 Livestock Auction Central Iowa Livestock, Inc. RIPPEY, IOWA SATURDAY, SEPT. 12 Sale Starts at 1 :00 p. m. 600-700 Western Stockcr and Feeder Cattle 300 Head of Consignment Will Be Calves Weighing About 300-400 lbs. . 30 head of strictly choice black white face steers weighing 700 lbs. 20 choice White face heifers weighing 600 lbs. 34 2-year-old weighing 875 lbs. Many More Unlisted Consignments For More Information Phone Rippey 31 Luther D. Miller, Mgr. Private Treaty Sales Daily -11-214 ltc Mm SAI.C : inn iii;iti;i{ rn.s. Ueimeil iiml fast [iitccl. I.nuts \V;in- nl/cr. Templeton, tnw.i. I l-21-l-.'ft p FOR s.w.v .x ruiKimi-:i> HA.MI*- shire spring and fall bnjirs, vaccinated. Kuiiriinti'ocl breeders. Km II. .lnhn. Manilla. Iown. Phone MnnnlnK 3-5KM. 41-197-ltc CO< Ki;it SI'AMKL ITI'S FOR sale. I'h. 2 on 43 Lidcienlalc \V. I> Lux. .m-ai.vatc Building Supplies 47 MR. FARMER!—HAVK YOf PI.KN- ty of storase for your gruln" If not, see us about your storage problems. Free estimates. Budget terms. Phone 1373. Kunnc Lumber and Suppj\\ 17-21 l-5tc rORTAIII.E BUILDINGS AND FKKD bunks built to order. See us for low prtccs. Carroll Lumber Company; 47-2U2-tfc NKKIl KAR CORN STORAGE? IMO bu. S' x 20' \\OIK\ crib only .S7.Y52 scml nnminllv for materials Green Bav Lumber"Co. Phone 32IS. •17-21 Times Herald. 113-213-3! c FOR SALE: INCOME I'HOI'ERTV. , , . , . . uis'i desirable tor home with than last years and a whopping monthly income. Write Box M 2 3 per cent above the average for the past 10 years. Cotton is expected to be 29 per tent above last year — six per 6 ROOM MOIIERN 111 i'i.E\ IN cent above the average. Glidden Heat and water furnished Robbery at Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS <AP>— A $41.395 jewel burglary at the home of a committee to arrange for i of Sutherland C. Dows, president Houses for Rent 64 redecoration of the new Chamber offices. H. C. Schogren, Chamber president, announced that nominating and by - law revision committees will be appointed within the next two weeks. Available H-3-ltiti Sept. l.i. Phone Ol. (>l-211-3te Household Goods 51 3 HEIHIOOM MODERN HIICK, i miles easl of Carroll on Ill-win j 311 With or without modern trailer park Mrs. Will Schnable. Glidden, Iowa. Phone 31S2. ti 1-212-31 c Apartment for Rent 65 i-KEimOOM APT. III'. NO MAIN". Phone !H .13 t ..'i -21-l -tfi- * ROOM APT. UI IT I HEATED! R.ii.iKe so. side, adults nnlv.i Phone !Mi27. li.V'.'l-l- lie Peace- (Continued from Page 1) The oversupply of wheat is ex- j peeled to be well over 100 million bushels. Hay is expected to be 2 perl cent above the average, soy | beans 63 per cent, late summer with Red China would lead to war. potatoes 2 per cent, fall potatoes not even a "small one." II per cent, peaches 18 per cent He said India would accept apples 9 per cent. mediation or arbitration of some Agriculture Department experts. small territorial disputes along have no solution. DAVENPORT AND sale. Phone O.Vi.Y CHAIR FOR 51-213-21 c, APT. AT 2 Oil NO. 9U07. CLARK. DIAL ti5-20ti-tfC Dispersion Dairy Sale Close-Out AUCTION TUESDAY, SEPT. 15 1 :00 IV M. A.s I have di'iuled to i|iiit dairying. I will sell im herd and dairy cquipim-nt at public miction at my tarm. located approximately 1 . mile north ol Iowa Savings Hank. Coon Rapids, on 5th Avenue. 40 IIKAl) (U'KRNSKY AND .IKHSKV TOWS AND HKIFKRS J3 Bend .lerx'V and Guernsey cnus and I us! call hellers. Some milking now, olher.s fresh In da\ ol sale 01 lhe iniinlb following 1 Guernse\ cow. Ti ye.M's old Ire^h In da\ of sale I Guernsev cow. 7 wars old, now 11111K11114, 1' in Auuiisl I GtieriiscN lirsl calf helf.-r, J vearsold. now inilkiiit;. lush in ,\u>;usi. I Guernsey 1st call heifer, 2'- \ears old, now milkint;, Ire-ll in AiiKiist. I Gun uses 1st .calf heifer, 2 1 • veal's old now milking, tiesh In July. 7 Xeaillnu o|>ei'l heifers, Guei nse\ I ruin artillcial bicedinu All calf hood vaccinated 1 Guernsey eow. \eais oul. (.11 \ 111 „ J1 n I call, fresh In October. 1 Guernsey heifer. 2'" years old, curs inu 1st calf, flesh In December I Guernsey heifer, 2 years old now milking, fresh in I Guernsey heifer, 2'.• years old carry ini< 1st calf, fresh hv day of sale I Jersey eoyy . a years old, nnyv inilkuir. fresh In \ii;n.| 1 Jersey eoyy. K years old now inilkiiiK. flesh in August. I Jersey eoyy. II years old yyill he fresh in Novcmhci 5 Last sprlnu heiler calves, callhood vucciuated i3 Guernsey, 2 Guernsey Jersey (TONSI, A number of small calves 1 Jersey eoyy. 5 years old, fresh in October I Jersey eoyy, H years old, Iresh liy day ot s.ile 1 Jersey eoyy II yeai's old. flesh in Nnvcmhci I Jersey coyi I yeais old. I rum aililliial breeding, tiesh in sp: inu 1 Jeiscy eow. ."t years old. 11 om iolilulal lurrdiui:. Iie^h in Oi -loher I Jersey-Guernsey cross eoyy. :i year- old. slid inilkiny. fu-sh in spring I Jersey cow. H years old. limy iiiilkius, fresh in Noieinher. 1 Guernsey nulkiiiK SIKH thorn cow 5 years old, nrllking. Ircsh In AliKiisI 1 Jersey yyhitefaee cross eoyy 5 years old, fresh bv day of sale These are all good cows as I have culled my milking herd to the above cows. All cows Til and Hangs tesled. Kacli buyer will he furnished a health certificate. All coyys and cahes are Lepto yaccinaled Mll.KlNli KQl'lI'MKNT-- 1 Del.aval Speedway stainless steel Wash-vat; 1 It-can Del.aval side opening milk cooler, calf- feeder pails and miscellaneous items TKH.MS: (ash, or make anangemcn-.s with clerk O. A. Kretzinger, Owner Boss & Tigges. Auctioned Iowa Savings Bunk, Clerk A CARROLL HOME to be sold at PUBLIC AUCTION Located at 616 No. Carroll St. on TUESDAY, SEPT. 22 2:00 p. m. This is a 30 x 42 two story house. Three bedrooms and bath up. Bedroom, living room, kitchen, utility room & bath down. Located on lot 8 block 8 original town. Full 66 ft. x 136 ft. lot. This is good investment property as it is located close to the business section of Carroll. JOHN L SPORRER (Tiff McCarville. Auct. Commercial Savings Bank. Clerk 63-214-lu­ ll.ast of n Series, l 7 New Members For Farm Bureau Seven new members were turn- KrUMslll.l). MODI.UN TUAILKK. Cement ratio l.raliam Trallei 9 >_urL_Dinl_4 I'J'-'-tfc MODKH.N 3-ltOOM AIT. Mil CON - I dimmed. Dial 3'J'J7 (i.-i-153-tfc j PAHKVIEW ATTS . otAL ^^ij^ | cd ] n ,„ lhe stalc office Thursday nishcrt ui unfumiHlicd. McNni.b a« a result of Blitz Day in the _BuUding, Uim 3bso <g»2l9-tfc j current new-member drive. ri'STAiH'* APT. DIAL «:»!». I The seven new members will «i.v2ia-tfc jj COI . e jo points toward Carroll foil HKNT-. MOIIKIIX HKDitooM County's Koal of 90 points. One A|.l. immediate p..»»c»si..r..^ Olal poJnl was ., llowcd ( or eac h new - — >•-••• mt , m | )t . r two f or f' arrn Bureau AIT. DIAL .IIMtl. tlA-JLt-.Slii ... . — insurance applications, and one AIT . Koit ut:vr SKIT . i .v 3 l0r $- )0 0 r more in purchase of mums. Path KIUI utility loom ,, . ' stuvo. rffiiBi-iiitdi. nutnmatic , tarm Bureau service supplies. washer Meat and water lyirnl.shed , T|, c which IS beinR COn- STUIKI pel niunth. I Hit MiCarvl I'hiine :CI7'.I (ir -.'S-J? ti.V'Jll-.'ltc Farms for Sale 67 MI\NLM>T\ KAHMs Idll sAI.K: We have the Pest in Mimiesnta farm land in niter ymi. Write or (nme. 'riiniit.Min Kealty, (iralllte Kails, Minn ii7--'ll-t fc ducted in all county Farm Bureaus throuKhout the state, will conclude November 12. Additional "Blitz Days" in Carroll County are scheduled for September 24, Octo-. , i. • i .1 her ' October 15 and November was a dlffel ont ,hmR - ,le said the Dtr uctotJLi la and iNovemucr | MacMahon line defining the border between Tibet and India her northern frontiers "Bui I am not speaking of big I'.er questions—of large areas being claimed on Chinese maps." the prime minister told a news conference. "The seriousness of the situation is not that of the border." Nehru maintained, "but of the growth of feeling of estrangement, irritation and anger on both sides." But Nehru told Parliament Thursday that the latest letter fiom Premier Chou En-Iai of Communist China added to the gravity of the border crisis because Red China's policy has step by step "become more rigid." India and Red China have accused each other of aggression. Each has demanded that the other withdraw its military forces from border areas whose ownership is being questioned. Nehru earlier declared that a lew miles of jungle territory were not worth a war. but that a treaty of the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. had police busy Friday trying to pick up the trail of the thieves. It was a professional job, officers said. Eleven items of jewelry, including bracelets and rings separately valued at thousands of dollars each, were stolen from the bedrooms of Mr. and Mrs. Dows some time between 3 and 5 p.m. Thursday. Dows was at work and his wife had gone out for the afternoon. Mrs. Dows returned and found nothing amiss until she went upstairs. There she saw the rooms had been ransacked. Police said the burglars, if there were more than one, had gained entry by forcing the lock on a living room window. The Dows home is in a fashionable area on Linden Drive in the southeast part of the city. The loot taken included a diamond cluster ring, valued at $549; a diamond shaped dinner ring, $1,525; a platinum braclet, $6,100. sapphire and ruby bracelets worth $3,660 and $4,700; a platinum solitaire ring, $6,130; a platinum solitaire ring, $8,190; a platinum emerald braclet, $6,975; a bar ring. $2,440; a sunburst pin $950 and some children's rings. Dows said all the jewelry was insured. 12. ! Yesterday's drive was concen- ..| w>11 i,i i,„ ..„,„„,.,„i K„ r>h-, n ., IO\\ A M» \« III > ( IIOII L V\< , ' y.,..,.,,,! mill nf 111* I*" 01 "" b<? atCt P ,C( ' b V Ullna c.uiity i.iiin tiiiaiiie \i..r>haii Hated 111 me ucsicin pan 01 me 1 rhf>|1 JM hj> , \ aU , <t ,.„ mmil vol, 2 in..del n homes AII «o,,d count v. The eastern side will he VoV ^T^An^tX'X covered on September 24. Direc p.iintment i A Vnni.i iteaitor tors and officers are serving as (),,, • | " , "• 1,7 campaign workers under the di- KOII SAI.K : n"> AI ith> xi.Aii ii A V- rectioii of Bob Griffith, fieldman, «..i. fine m.idci. us.-. aru j |, t . 0 Loefflcr of (Jliddcn. mem- MOLASSES-UREA Guaranteed 30% Protein $5800 per ton : F.OB. Coon Rapids, Iowa OR : \Ve will deliver to your storage tank and/or feeding tank in the field—a minimum of IV2 tons (250 gals.) We have a 1,000 gallon tank mounted on truck complete with pump which enables us to fill any tank on your farm. Straight CANE BLACKSTRAP MOLASSES is also available at all times. • MOLASSES-UREA is a fine supplement for cattle on pasture this time of year—on low roughage feeds, or on corn stalks later. You get double the amount of food value from rough low protein feeds by feeding molasses-urea. THE GARST COMPANY COON RAPIDS, IOWA Phone Murray 4-2249 — 1st Door West of Hotel *A minimum trucking charge must be made for delivery. 34-206-1 tc lilllUllnys. Untvl ttdlks. el< . h K«n'i\ inMiiiu'. ii-ituiu CMCI- berslup chairman. lent. |iei iii le i '.n tj• •• *«l i-untnii I AIM. lhe |« 1m- ...„., ... .„„.,„-.... .,n»ufcc pi..ved MI ne.ii i .iun ..n hi«tn\ii\ JOHN StBItKUrS AUDRhS.S •JI.I >u ( ..... I:..|.UI- .,i s-jnin'i.. -j-| 1L . a( |(Jrcs.s of John Subbert, per ai re l.'u .^1. of (nun It.iplcls , . i • • o i .ii .yjimon i.i•> .nr.. r.'n s ,,r (',,..n son of Mr. and Mrs. hrvin bub- iijiimis ui .Vi7. r >no i„, Dennis | H .rt of Glidden, who recently join- Hr.niriiin, l nun lt.i|inls, luw.i ' WHERE Do You Live? I on Arm:-., riiu i.n s :.v >.on. ji.• ff11..111ri. i )..ii '.'".'l" ii 'Jia -Me K.WK •JU'- 1 li­ ed the Marines, is: Pvt. John licnry Subbert. PLT 2114. MCR.D. 2 U'J '2, San Diego 40, Calif lUlt s.\|.|-:: Ililt Afltl, All.MU ('..uiiis 1. 11 ill. in KI.I^CI lie- Iwctll Allan ,ii"l (.icelilleld. 31 H t lures in c u 1 11 \ .1 1 u in ic^l in eliivei ;irnl pustule KM e.ieiil i m i > 11 .\ c - melits, 'i luniii muni i n h', led and \saler, eiei tinily ami fllMiaie 1- pen li.'K hniiM- Willi ceiiienl 1 !«»•>« and ailjcilnlii^ ce- nienl feiillns lnKir. wiled new di'iiliie curn « ill* tiuilt in I '.i.'iV Clin ken and In.".del n..use, hain HI ii Hid >' and naia^e 'I 'wn Wells. nc\ el ills. I'lessure walel system and Mill >;a:!i.|i snft w.iter ilslein A" l.iiil.iiiu's aie wiled Iur elec- 11 11 11 \ lot ue M»i d llk'hl s Wi He in M i - Ma : f I. Hue'. . :t:i"i I 1 uitis Avenue IIIIIIIII.I, N 'eli m I'li'.ni. KCII.VIHIII s'-'li), uiniili.i, 'm ii n• • i- tiv-'jrj -.'tii Farms for Rent 68 YKKV (.(Ml|> Mill \< III I \I(M I (lit lent Write li<J\ 1 \ '1'inu-s lleiuid. t»h-ai2-;ilp reiiuesled to make Immediate payment; and thnsc having eltilnis against I lie same will present them, duls a ii I hent leated, to the undersigned fur allow iinee, and file In lhe i .irne o| I lit- I'leik of tile Uls- tuet L'ouil. Kll/iiueth R. Ittley I.. K. .Sweany, Attorney Dated Septemlier 10, 1959 Alfred J. Kloeke Clerk District Court Se|.t H. 1H, 25. 111511 Compare ol $598 Chou. in his latest communication, however, attacked the line as a fruit of British imperialism. Chinese clnims. according to their maps, would push the line from the crest of the Himalayas down \ to the foothills near the Brahma­ putra River, taking in thousands of square miles. • Nurses- (Continued from Page 1» members of the nursing profession to fulfill our social responsibility by assisting the public to secure protection through the promotion of adequate nursing practice legislation. l\ach one of us has the obligation to keep herself inform- Nonch OK vi'i'oi VI'MKNT led and to give full support to our .,.»>»•* .. A ' ) \ l 'V vl ' UArHIX association's legislative activities. VI ATI-. I )h IOW A. ! , . ... ... CAKKOI.I. cot NTY, ss No. 77si Any changes which we will pro- MVTICK is 11KI<KMY OIVK.N. thai p 0Sl . w j|i be geared toward better the undersigned has lieen duly ap- , f . , ,. p.iint.'.i ..mi qualified as a.iministra- and safer nursing care of patients ui\ of the estate of Clara v. HIISN {,. s we hope to protect them from dei eased, late of Carroll County. All j nn(imni .i., n » noi-sonni'l " pei sons indented to said estate are Hlf »mP «'lcm ptlsOllllll Sr t'larella was one ol live speakers on a panel opening the convention program at 4 p.m. Moderator of the panel war, Mary Malloy of Fort Dodge, district legislative chairman. Other panelists were Mrs. Hilda Brenzo of Tort Dodge, district president: Norma Pestolnik of Boone, member of the state legislative committee, and Reruice Samarcek of I'ort Dodge, district past president About K0 nurses of District Kight attended the meeting. A potluck dinner in the nurses' auditorium at 6:30 p.m. was followed by a business session. Klected as delegates from Carmil to tlie state convention at Burlington October 25 to 2!) were Sr Clarella, Mrs. Jan Wuchter and Mrs W .1 Schlcisman. Kdna Col I ins. guest speaker of tlu dinner program, discussed the importance not only ol belonging to a professional organization but ot maintaining an active membership. Hie next district nieeliioi will be held at fort Dodge October 14.- NO MATTER! You Can Be SURE Channel Master's CHAMPION Will Improve Your TV Reception Genuine Leather Cowboy Outfit Complett $9l—incl<jdtt holsters, guns, »fc. $099 Ileal leather holsters and adjustable lielt with bullets and conrluis I'wo 50 >liol pistols, one 50-shot rifle, wrangler cuffs and bandana with ring completes lhe set. All 98c Toys Sell for 78c at Cut-Price Toy House Hwy. 30 West Dial HI55 COAST TO- COAST STORE CARROLL

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