Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 12, 1959 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 ' Where To Go 17 CARD OF THANKS B to 2B words.. .. $1.50 over 25 words 8o per word U A: CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch Addltonal Insertions- _$1 60 ,40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 0:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day. per word . 8 cents Three days, per word- Six days, per word 15 cents .24 cents Announcements DOC HAGKDOBN'S FAMOVS VKSK- trntlnR Medicine. Proven wonderful success. Fast pain reliever, do nvvny with nrthrllls, rheumatism, nnd swelling nntl stiff Joints, and many other diseases, write me your troubles nnd I will be glad In help you prove by my past experience. T have sold it for over twenty years. Price Is 12 ounces for $10.00 fully Guaranteed. Sold by Wm. Hagedorn, Manning. Iowa. _____ H-215-2tp QUALITY PHOTO FINISHING. HKA- sonable prices. Dial 2373. 6-209-6tc COSTS YOU LESS! OfU EXTRIIT analysis and skilled work solves vour television problem Fast. Free estimates on all repairs. Phone 9513. Sporrer's T.V. 6-211-5tc Loans 12 Elks Club OPENING DANCE Sat., Sept. 12 Music by Leo Daeges and His Orchestra Adm. $2.00 Per Couple Male Help Wanted 21 Farm Machinery 33i NEW IDEA SINGLE IlOW CORN picker, only picked 30 acres. Sell for half price. John Slcffcs 5 south and 3 west of Carroll. 33-215-2U- SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Holder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Check our prices before buying. Schcnkel- berg Imp!. Co. 33-162-ltc KOU SALE: 2 M COItN PICKEIt. _ Phone 2076. 33-214-2tp FOIl SALE: 3 USED ALUS CHAL- mers Pickers. 1 Massey Harris 2 row mounted picker. 1 Case 2 row mounted. Puck Implement Co. Manning, Iowa. 33-213-3U- House for Safe 63 THE ALSl'ACII I'HOPERTY LOCA- ted at 826 No. Carroll, Properly consists of largo 4 bedroom home, with three bedrooms and bath up, double living room, dining room, kitchen, one bedroom and half bath down. Ideal family home, can bp purchased on contract with monthly payments like rent. For llculars see John Gnnm. 63-2M-ate more part Houses for Rent 64 8 USED 220 PICKERS; 5 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkclberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc FOR KENT: MODERN INSULATED house on 71, $20.00. Frank Steffes, _ Templeton. B'l-215-.'Mp I'OH RENT: MODERN HOUSE AND Apt, August Wlebers, Westslde. 64-215-ltp Livestock for Sale 41 WANTED TO BORROW: AHOI'T $10,000 on real estate worth $16,000 on ten vear loan at 5 r ; . Will repay at about $75.00 per month. Can furnish local bank references. Write Box A, The Dailv Times Herald. 12-214 -«Ui PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $S00— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll. Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 RADIO & TV SERVICE, INCL. CAR radios. Will find nnd remedy your trouble with minimum or time and expense. AU makes serviced nnd repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9303. 14-99-ltc WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment 85% Whitelead, 15% Titanium. Joe'a Paint Center. 14-133-ltc PRESERVE YOUR VALUABLE pictures, clippings in plastic. Cur- roll Plastics. W. 7th and Simon. 14-211-f>tc 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 466. 21-123-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS, EXPERI- enced or inexperienced. Inquire Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wrlghtv 22-200-tfc MIDDLE AGED HOUSEKEEPER wanted to care for home and 2 children 11 and 15, on farm. References preferred. Fred Turner, Dedham, Iowa. Phone OL 9-3819, Glldden. 22-2U-6tp WAITRESS WANTED. EXPERIENCE not necessary. Call Brown Derbv _ after 4 p.m. _ 22-212-0tc WAITRESS WANTED: SI0 PER week. No Sundays. Applv in pev- _son. Hvvy. Cafe. _ 22-213-tfc COOK WANTED: 715 NO. CARROLL. Dial 9554. 22-213-3tc Male-Female Help 23 REGISTERED MILKING SHORT- horn bulls. Adolph Braining. 5 ml. So. of Botna, Iowa. 41-215-3tp FOR SALH: PUREBRED HAMP- shlre boars, Lepto and Bangs neg. Cholera vaccinated. Good size. Kenneth Peters, Arcadia, _Iowa. _ _ 41-200-ltc FOR SALE: 100 FEEDER PIGS. Weaned and castrated. Louis Wnn- ni/.er, Templeton, Iowa. 41-214-31 p FOR SAX.E: 43 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders, Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5U west. 41-173-3tc 0 ROOM MODERN DUPLEX IN Glldden. Heat nnd water furnished. Available Sept. 15. Phone OL 9-3466. 64-214-3tf Apartment for Rent 65 SLEEPING ROOM OR SMALL APT. Close In. Dial 3S06. 65-215-2W 2-ltEDKOOM APT. 1115 NO. MAIN. Phone HG 13. 65-214-tfc DRIVERS LICENSES • Suspensions and revocation* of driving licenses an furnished from records of the Stale l)e- Suspensions, Sept. 10 Raymond N. Daniel, 16. Arca- 7 Times Herald, Carroll, fa. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1959 Comets and Odebolt Tie WALL. LAKE — Dame Fortune looked the other way here Friday I ivght as Wall Lake won the battle ; ol statistics but had to settle for , a 13-13 tied with Odebolt. violating instruction ; Wall Lake had nine first downs ' compared to two by the visitors Strieker. Hi. HI. 1, dia; 30 days, permit. William L. Gliclden; (if) days, speeding. Suspensions, Sept. 11 James L Book, 16. N. 7th. liar lan. 3Q days, reckless driving. Richard II. Monson. 17, Rt.. win; 30 days, reckless driving Deaths, Funerals JOHN CALDER ! Greene County Hospital, Jefferson, COON RAPIDS — Funeral rites will be held in Huffmun's Funeral for John C-alder, 77, of Coon Rapids, who died Thursday night at Personals Gene Lockhart will leave Sunday and 142 yards rushing compared tol ln ° , c " ter University of South Odebolt \s 20 In the aerial game, I Dakota f Vermillion as a fresh. the Comets netted 53 and Odebolt I man studen ^ ° f m " s,c - He ™ U '^ .„. I accompanied by his parents Mr. lr- APT. AT 9607. 209 NO. CLARK. DIAL 65-206-tfc FURNISHED, MODERN TRAILER. Cement Patio. Graham Trailer Court, Dial 4122. 65-192-tfc MODERN 8-ROOM APT. dltluned. Dial 3297. AIR OON- «5-153-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DlAX 3101). 65-132-lfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUfi­ nished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-ttc UPSTAIRS APT. EXPERT Pl.VNO ence Iloliey. TUNING. LAWR- 14-212-61C WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN FOR permanent job In dry cleaning plant. Apply in person at MR Cleaners. 23-211-tfc Farm Products 31 FOR SALE: WHITE LEGHORN yearling hens, approximately 600. 75c each. Few spring fevers left, 75c each. Phone 5K3, Ralston, Iowa. Kt. 2. 31-214-2tp Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt, Glidden. 41-209-tfC FOR SALE: 70 PUREORED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3 hi north. Manning. 41-206-tfc FOR SALE: LANDRACE BOARS. l-'.dwnrd P. Brincks, 2 ml. east, 4 south of Carroll. 4l-2il-6tc FOB SALE: 80 HYBRED FEEDER pigs. Earl Thede. Phune 9-3756. 41-213-3lc ! Building Supplies 47; MR. FARMER!—HAVE YOU PLEN- I ty of storage for your grain? lfi not, see us about your storage | problems. Free estimates. Budget | terms. Phone 4373. Kunne Lumber i and Supply. 47-21 l-5tc j PORTABLE BUILDINGS AND FEED , bunks built to order. See us for] low prices. Carroll Lumber Com- j pany. 47-202-tfc | NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? l .ViO hu. S' \ 20' wood crib only .575,52 : semi annuallv for material's. Green Bay Lumber Co. Phone 324S. 47-211-i>lc I DIAL 913S. 65-212-tfc FOR RENT: MODERN 1 BEDROOM Apt. Immediate possession. Dial 9424. 65-213-3tc APT. DIAL 3iHfi. Farms for Sale (I5-'! 13-31 p 67 ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions — Raymond J. Schettler, Breda Winifred G. Newell, Audubon J. Gerald Christy, Coon Rapids Mrs. Lloyd B. Tornow, Carroll Bernard II. Schrocder. Carroll Duanc Paul Schechinger, Carroll j score Ernest L. Toyne, Carroll Ferdinand Liatti, Cleveland. O. Dismissals— Marlene K, Snyder. Carroll Mrs. Jettchen Graves. Manning Terry Eileen Wetzel, Manilla Births- Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dillehay, Carroll, a son Saturday Kenny Slranm scored for Odebolt on a 29-yard pass in the first ciuarter, but Pat Lawler got the Comets back in the game with a 30 yard run in the second period. Lawler put the Comets ahead when he scored on a seven yard plunge in the third and Gary Snyder got the extra point. Odebolt bounced back with a touchdown and extra point in the final frame to tie the Harlan Coasts In 18-0 Triumph and Mrs. Bert Lockhart who will return Sunday evening. Chapel, Coon Rapids, at 2 p.m. Monday with burial at Willow Township Cemetery in Greene County. Rev. Patterson of the Jefferson Baptist Church will officiate. The Rev. and Mrs. Gordon P. Roberts and daughter Beth returned Friday to their home in Dickinson, N.D., after visiting for nearly two weeks with Mrs. Roberts' parents Mr. and Mrs. Ronald L. Ream. Kenneth Esllund. a daughter. Sept. MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE:'. We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty. Granite i Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfr j Mr. and Mrs. Mankato. Minn.. II. Mrs. Estlund is the former Diane Fabricius. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Fabricius of Carroll. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL Crimi". IliTltUI Nrtts Si-rvlrio FOR SALE: 1(10 ACRES NEAR BAY- ; aid, fine modern house, good i buildings, water works, etc. most- Dismissals— ly gently rolling, fertility excellent. S2SO 00 per acre on good contract: Also ihe following: 1m- 1 Mrs. Billie Hargens and daugh proved HO near town on highway : »|.,„_:„. 240 sw Coon Rapids at S2oo .on, lcr > canning per acic: 120 SK of Conn Rapids ! at .S20U.00 per acre: 120 N of Coon; . . , Rapids at .S375.0O per acre. Dennis; VMCIITOII MOfKetS Brunnan, Coon Ra|>lds, Iowa. I ei ^otc | GRMS Soybeans, No. 2 Mrs. Dale Richardson, Odebolt GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards It's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc STARTER, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see 1 Relnart Service, across street west, of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc, TELEVISION HOSPITAL THE ONLY hospital in the world where we bring 'em in dead and they go, out alive. Courteous, economical expert service by experienced technicians. Coast to Coast Store.' _____ 14-211-5tc CUSTOM COMBINING. HAVE •?<; IHC machine Evun Kuker. Phone 10F2, Lidderdale. 14-213-10lC| Business Opportunities 19 SMALL BUSINESS FOR SALE. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 19-212-tfc FOR SALE: 3000 BU. STEEL CORN crib. (Round Martini New. at less then wholesale. 11. R. Curtis and •Son, Churdan, Iowa. 33-21 .i -2lp USED MACHINERY | 2—13 John Deercs. Karmall.' 214 John Deere Plow on rubber. 214 Ford Ferguson Plows. 4-wheel Spreader. Flair box. Woods Picker.' Deere Chopper — corn and hay head Fox Blower. Loader for A-Dcere. IHC Power Mower. 6 HP Wisconsin motors. SPECIAL 5-ton WaRon Hoists $75.00 Household Goods 51 TODAYS FINEST CARPETS ARE cleaned with Blue Lustre, use with lung handle brush or applicator. Matt Furniture Co. 51-215-Ile VERY COOl) 30" METAL RE11- stead and springs. S20. Dial 2103. _ _ _ 51-2l5-2tc USED FUEL SIZE ROLL-AWAY bed, complete. .SI7.50: Used 3-pc. curved sectional. light green, S'JXOH . Matt Furniture Co. 51-214-2tr 100 ACRES, PRICED $2r,5.00. FRANK Hoffmann, Dial 2210. 67-212-lfc! Used Cars & Trucks 71 1957 CIIEV. 210 4-DOOR, « CYLIN- dcr. Radio and heater. 2 tone, dust [•earl and white. McCoy Motors. 71-213-1 fc '57 CMC 'i TON PICK-UP. 18.000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, 1 clean. '55 Buick Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dynaflow, Power! steering and brakes. EZ eve glass, 2 tone. Special price .$1005. Real | Sharp. Wittrock Motors. 71-207-tfcj Corn, Oats No. 2 yellow 1 .83 1.08 .60 BED OAK - Harlan's powerful Cyclones toyed with Red Oak here I'riday night in an 18-0 victory. Gary Jorgensen scored twice and Jerry Lytic once to give the Cyclones all the margin they needed. Jorgensen went four yards in the first and 10 yards in the third to account for six - pointers. Lytle shook loose on a 30 yard reverse in the second quarter. Twice in the second quarter the Cyclones fumbled away the ball inside Red Oak's 20-yard line. A 50 yard punt return by Lytle was nullified by clipping and cost the winners another touchdown. lied Oak netted only one first down. 68 yards rushing and 11 passing. Harlan had 12 first downs, 325 y^rds rushing and 125 passing. John Memminger, Don McDermolt and Bill Lewis were defensive standouts for the Cyclones. Mr. and Mrs. John Gronstal, accompanied by Mr. Gronstal's mother, Mrs. B. A. Gronstal, are leaving Monday on a vacation trip to Boston. Mass. While in Boston, Mr. Gronstal will attend a banker's convention. They plan to be away until about Oct. 1. BYRON BAKER Byron Baker, 78, retired farmer from the Coon Rapids area, died Saturday morning at Friendship Home, Audubon, following a long illness of cancer. The body is at Huffman's Funer! al Chapel, Coon Rapids, awaiting arrangements. Surviving are seven children: Mrs. J. E. Sylvester, Glidden; Lowell Baker and Eldon Baker, Carroll; Mrs. Arthur Britt, Houston, Tex.; Vernon Baker, Des Moines; Mrs. Phyllis Lynn, San Gabriel, Calif.; and William Baker, Lohrville. A sister, Mrs. Eva Ocker, Scranton, and a brother, Foster Baker, Pontiac, Mich., aslo survive. Margaret Ann Bromert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Bromert of Rt. 2. Carroll, has left to begin her studies as a freshman in the School of Nursing of St. Catherine's Hospital, Omaha. Classes will begin Monday. Miss Bromert was accompanied to Omaha by her parents and sister Jean. Auto Service 75 Free gas with purchase o! MF -'iO ami MK-H5 Tractors invoice price, balers, mowers and rakes for a limited time. 1513 bu. Gehlcn Crib, special price Halbur Implement Company Halbur, Iowa — Dial 2141 33-213-3tc \YE HAVE A t.OOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Heiress . , _ Electric. 51-197-tfc I NeW CaTS lil.VNT IS CU. FT. CO RON ADO iviine Freezer S19D95. Onlv "55 on ftov. n Camhles M-lll-tfc I 1 FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE i sales and service, Call Houlihan ] Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to vour farm or I home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial , 9132. 7o-120-tfc Chicago Livestock CHICAGO <AP> - (USDA) — Here is a summary of the hog. cattle and sheep markets for the week with estimated receipts foiled ay: Hogs 100: for the week: at the close a few select lots of sorts No I and mixed No 1 and 2 210220 lb butchers brought 14.50. oth- Kathy Winnike is leaving Sunday for the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, where she will participate in rush week activities next week and enroll as a freshman. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Winnike, will take her to Iowa City, returning Sunday evening. Ar-We-Va Rockets Past Duniap, 27-0 WESTSIDE -The Ar - We - Va Rockets blasted off the 1959 gridiron season with a 27-0 victory over Duniap here Friday. Ron McDowell's 58-yard run in the first quarter accounted for one marker and Larry Namanny scor er No 1 and No 2 and 3 240-280 \ cd another first period touchdown lbs also 14.00-14.25. Mixed grades ! on a short plunge. Larry Lenz caught a 30-yard scoring pass from Jim Campbell in the 76 I (IK I'll. • AI.E: (.(Kill I M'.I) STOKER. le OH33 .*il-213-3tp Wearing Apparel 52 WOM \ Y's sale Dial FOR SALE: and cap \\ IM'IIK COAT FOR| 52-213-3U- I ROY' Si/c Listings of Prize Winners at Drawing of Juergens Produce & Feed Grand Opening L. T. Wernimont - Grand Prize $50.00 grinding and mixing service at new Check-R-Mix Plant. Mrs. Art Bayer-2nd Prize $25.00 grinding and mixing service at new Check- R-Mix Plant. Leo T. Renze-3rd Prize $15.00 grinding and mixing service at new Check-R- Mix Plant. Albert Freking-4th Prize $10.00 grinding and mixing service at new Check- R-Mix Plant. Checkerboard Blanket - Mrs. Ray Bohlman. Checkerboard Calf Haiter- David Heithoff. Checkerboard Shirt - Clem Tigges. Checkerboard Shirt - Joan Lenz. Checkerboard Shirt - Ella Fledderman. Checkerboard Necktie - Howard Pietig. Checkerboard Necktie - Mrs. Joe Ries- selman. Checkerboard Necktie Checkerboard Apron Lussman, Checkerboard Apron man. Checkerboard Apron - Andy Schreck. Checkerboard Feed Measures - Gus Ber ger. Checkerboard Feed Measures Leonard Schechinger. Checkerboard Feed Measures Winker. These prizes can be picked up at our store, - B. A. Russell. Mrs. Wilbert Anna Timmer- Mrs. Darrel Juergens Produce & Feed 21511c s M IT. TOP COAT I H Plume 3Ui0. ! 52-213-3tp For Sale FOR -vM.E: like new ('i canu'i \ 55 I llll ( Al.. FOR s.\|,E: t V]ll'H I Pel Hai Per shop STOCK TANK, lank, ("airnll .v>-215-3tc TROMRONE AMI Until A-l al ilnltnl'f .Vi-'JlrS-IMp I The .22 for you and all the family, foo. BROWNING .22 Automatic «69 so Weighs only 1 i II iv Extra Safe Perfectly Balanced It gives you more Cor your money — because it lasts a lileti inc. Uptown Sporting Goods Authorized Browning Dealer 55-215-ltc SEE VOIR OLD RELIABLE Dl'lCK- Pontiac dealer before sou uuy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW \VJ FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-2S4-tfc Sale Date Claimed Sept. 22—Joe Kennebeck closing out farm sale 2 miles south of Carroll on Highway 71 and 'a mile east on Swan Lake road. Irlbeck & Grote, Aucts. 9 in Area Pledge Frats at Iowa State AMES — Nine young men from Carroll County and surrounding area were pledged to fraternities at the close of the rushing season this week at Iowa State University. Ames. They were Charles Daniel. Carroll, and Alan Tiefenthaler, Breda. Phi Kappa Theta: Wayne Bros, Allan Fonken, David Peters and Vernon Sonksen, all of Manning, Beta Sigma Psi: Carl Jackson, Vail. Acacia: Ron Laumhach, Lake City. Sigma Alpha Kpsilon: and Donald Linn, Gray, Delta Chi. No 1 to 3 180-193 lbs closed at j 13 25-14.00. mixed grades No 1 to 1 3 27.V350 lb sows 12.00-13.25. mixed No 2 and 3 350-425 lbs 11.50-12.25,, 425-550 lbs 10.50-11.75. j Cattle 100: for the week: Around six loads high choice to mostly \ prime 1125-1325 lb slaughter steers 29.50-30.00, bulk choice and mixed { choice and prime steers 27.50-! 2' J .00, borderline good and choice! steers 1150 lbs down 27.00-27.25, j good grade steers largely 25.75-! 20.75, few sales utility, comtner- ' cial and standard steers 22.00-; 25.00, few loads mixed choice and prime 975-1100 lb • heifers 27.75- 2u.50, late bulk 25.00-27.23, mixed standard and good heifers 24.5021.75. utility and commercial cows 1 I. (.50-19.00, utility and commer- i cial bulls 21.00-23.50. Good and j choice vealers 32 00-34.00. stand- 1 aid 20.00-32.00. 1 Sheep none: for the week: bulk good and choice 87-100 lb spring slaughter lambs ranged between J 19.50-21.00 with sorted choice and 1 prime al 21.50-22.00. Cull and utility lambs sold in a spread of 12.00-18.00. Good and choice 83-95 lb shorn lambs with No 1 and 2 [pelts realized 19.00-21.00. Cull to ! choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00- i 5.50. second period and the Bockets were never headed. Duniap failed to penetrate inside Ar-We-Va's 20-yard line and managed only three first downs during the entire game. The Rockets netted 10 first downs. Lee Martens, Bill Nolle and Gary Magill looked especially good for Ar AVe-Va. Mr. and Mrs. William Lauridsen are taking their daughter, Betty, to Iowa City Sunday where she will remain to participate in rush week activities and to enroll as a freshman at the State University of Iowa. The Lauridsens will return Sunday evening. Lake View Clobbers Battle Creek, 46 to 0 LAKE VIEW — The Lake View Black Hawks romped past Battle Creek. 46-0. here Friday night as Bill McKinley, Alan Kruthoff and Steve Kettering each scored a pair of touchdowns. Norman Meyers accounted for a seventh. Highlights included McKinley's (i5 yard run to set up the first score in the opening quarter and a 35 yard punt return by Kruthoff in the second period Sandra Hensel Is leaving Sunday (or the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, where she will participate in rush week activities and enroll as a freshman. Accompanying her will be her father, Lloyd Hensel. her brother and sister, Pat and Rosemary, and Waldo Noland. They will return to Carroll Sunday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. BarelS, daughters. Becky and Penny, and Kathy Lehman are leaving for Iowa City Sunday morning. Becky will stay for rush week activities and to enroll as a freshman at the State University of Iowa. The Barels and Miss Lehman will return to Carroll Sunday evening. Mrs. Marion Mercer and sons, F'rankie and Billy, have returned to their home at Coffeeville, Ala., after visiting Mrs. Mercer's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kanne, Route 2, Carroll. The boys had visited their grandparents for six weeks; Mrs. Mercer, four. Mr. and Mrs. Kanne and their daughter Janet took them to Des Moines where they boarded a plane. • Strohm- (Continued from Page 1) people of moderate means — all with refrigerators, TV sets and other appliances thar represent the height of luxury in the Soviet Union. America's supriority in agriculture is best explained this way:» In the U.S., one farmer feeds himself and 23 others with a high protein diet that releases nearly 60 million workers (one-third of them women) to produce goods and services for our people and material for defense. In the Soviet Union, one farm worker feeds only himself and four others with a diet that is 75 per cent starch that leaves only 25 million workers (50 per cent women) to produce goods, services, and guns. These are the facts that must gall Khrushchev and which are bringing him to Iowa. I saw signs in pig pens,- cow barns, and collective farm headquarters in Russia exhorting workers "to catch up with the U.S.A. in food production." The hope, forlorn as it may be, is that Khrushchev will realize after his visit to Coon Rapds that hybrid corn, improved machinery and fertilizer are only part of the answer to the Soviet problem of boosting food production and effi- cency. If he will study the reason for Garst's sucess, he will realize that it also takes freedom, fleixibility of decision and profit incentive to do the job. And that means loosening the bureaucratic and dictatorial bonds of communism. Legal Notices IN UJvVVY Dl'TY WISCONSIN MOTOR for sale al ReiRhlld Garage. Ded- j ham. Fred Turner. r >5 -ail-«lp j YOl CAN SAVE YOrRSLLI'' Pl.KN- ty ol cash ill our Fall Farm Bar- I Rain Sale. Starts Monday, Sept em- I her 1-lth. Carroll Wholesale Sup- 1 pi v. east on highway 30. 55-212-fite OK Wanted to Rent 58 Mtnnt.i: A<.I;I> cot IM.K, ROTH employed, no children, wish l<> rent ;i '2 or ,'l bedroom home jjas heat. 'Would consider huviiiR. Write Ho\ C 'c L)ail\ Times II.'raid. riS-'J13-:itp Houses for Sale 63 I'OR INCOMK I'ROPKRTY. also desirable for home with nionlliU income. Write Bo\ M ', Times Herald. ti:i-'J13-3tc TDK DISTRICT (Ol III' IOWA, IN AND I'OR CARROI.I. COINTY NOT1CK—I'KOOK OK WIl.l. STA'I'K OF IOWA, Carroll Counlv. ss. OKICINAI- To All Whom It Mav Concern: NOTICK IS 1IKHKBY (UVF.N, That an Instrument In writing, purporting to he the last will and testament of Catherine Veils Deceased, was this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, ami that I have fixed Wednesday the ZHrd das of September, lOfttl,' at ir.oo o'clock "a m. at the Courthouse In Carroll, Iowa, as the ilav for healing proof in relation thereto. This is ihe first and only publication of this Notice. W1TNKSX my official signature, with Ihe seal of said Couri hereto affixed, this 10th day of September, 1! >."->! t. iSF.AI.i Allied .1 Kloi-ke Clerk Disl I let ('ourl Bs Marilwi M a sell lug 1 "uden/. Depul s Sept. 1"J. lii.'itl Attend Meeting of Sunshine Club I (Tillies llt'rnlil \i'»s Si-rtiri'i AUBURN —Mr. and Mrs. W.A. Fiuttolph and Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Brown attended a meeting of the Sunshine Birthday Club in the home of Mr. and Mrs Joe John! son at Rinard. | Larry Gorman returned Sunday latter spending the ,summer with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davis at Lancsboro. IOWA FOOTBALL SCORES Ames 27, Sioux City East 7 Belmond ti, Clarion (i Bedford 18, Villisca 6 Boone 20, Fort Dodge 0 (enterville 3ti, Chariton 0 Cedar Falls Teachers 31, Fort Dodge St. Edmund 6 Council Bluffs Jefferson 26. Missouri Valley 6 Des Moines East 12, Des Moines North 7 Des Moines Tech 24, Sadel 0 Emmetsburg Catholic 33, Ruthven 0 Emmetsburg 10' Algona 7 Fort Madison 21, Davenport Assumption 0 Fairmont, Minn., 19. Estherville 13 Glenwood 20 Sidney 0 Hampton 30, Aekley 20 Iowa Falls 20, Eldora 13 Rocket- (Continued from Page 1) Lunches- (Continued from Page 1) Mrs. Darrell O'Tool of Carnar-! Manchester 0 Elkader 0 von. Mrs. Ben Ennenga and Mrs., Roger Weber visited Ben Ennenga in the Veterans' hospital at Des Moines. : Karma Lou Theulen spent a week in the homo of her grand- ; parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theu­ len and other relatives at Dedham. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Galvin of Murray were weekend guests in the home ol Mrs. Rose Ramsey. Sharon Bean of Des Moines spent the weekend with her par, enls, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean i and Ward. Marshalltown 19, Des Moines Lin coin (i Mason City 21. Charles City 0 Monticello 14. Mount Vernon 0 Mount Pleasant 2(1, North Scott 0 Oelwein 12, Independence 0 Ottumwa 2(i, Newton 13 Sheldon 33, Hartley 0 Sioux Cily Ileelan 34, Des Moines Dowling 111 Spirit Lake 32, Milford 0 Tipton -17, West Branch 6 Washington li), Oskaloosa 0 Waterloo West 32, Cedar Falls 12 Waverly 2a, Arion o' These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought For Your Club or Private Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodations for 50 People Family Style Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "BLUE DENIM" with Carol Lynley STARLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's Finest Saturday, September 12 Karl Russell Orchestra Tuesday, September ti Fat Dutchmen 15 You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll YOU'LL BE WISE, and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work for vou. No matter if you're buying, selling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t' CALL 3573 OR COME IN TODAY! Daily Times Herald JUDGE RECORD BOOKS Current record books of Carroll County 4-11 girls were judged by members of the girls' 4-11 county committee at an all-day meeting in the Farm Bureau building Friday. Award winners were selected to be announced at the annual county 4-11 banquet later in the fall. The 4-11 leaders organization meeting for the coming year was set for 1 :30 p.m. Friday, October in, in the Farm Bureau building. ameter about 240,000 miles away from the earth. Like the first Soviet cosmjc rocket, fired the first of the year, the new one will shoot out of a sodium cloud that should be visible from the earth, the announcement said. But it will not be visible over the United States, the announcement added. The "shot at the moon" today, beat the cosmic time schedule of U.S. scientists, who reportedly were planning to send up a 375- pound satellite to go into orbit around the moon some time in October. The Soviet scientists did not disclose the nature of the rocket's sources of energy. The Soviet Union's first cosmic rocket, named Mechta (Dream), was launched Jan. 2 and the Russians said it whizzed past the moon two days later. First Artificial Planet They said it finally rocketed out into space and went into orbit around the sun—believed to , be the solar system's first artificial planet. The Russians now have announced two moon probes. There is no indication whether there have been others that were not as successful. The U.S. Pioneer IV also is orbiting around the sun. It shot past the moon on March 4 and is now circling the sun. ment commodities supply only 17 per cent of the meal a child eats in schools. "The schoools must agree not to reduce the amount of their own food purchases despite the government allocation," one department spokesman said. The cost per meal to students will average about 25 cents this year, department auditor Edward Heim Jr. estimated. This is about the same as last year. He said schools, with the four- cent government reimbursement, will break about even on their lunch programs. Some, he said, may be able to accumulate a two- month operating balance. If the program operates on a deficit, he said, local school boards usually make up the amount, perhaps by paying labor costs. "The prime purpose of the program—as far as schools are concerned—is to feed the best meal possible at the lowest possible cost without making a profit," department officials added. ADULT CLASS OPENS The first meeting of an adult inquiry class under sponsorship of ihe Legion oi Mary of SS. Peter and Paul purish will be held in SS. Peter and Paul School at 7:30 p.m. Monday, September 14. Class sessions are scheduled each Monday evening for a period of six weeks. The Rev. Edmund Adams will be the instructor in charge. Anyone interested in attending the class is welcome. ACES BY AUTOMATION BALTIMORE (AP> — In a University of Baltimore laboratory, a scientist taught an electronic com- putor the rules of blackjack, or "21," then won $14 from the machine a coded-data "money." The statistical scientist fed the computor coded information on tape and insisted that the machine deal. It parceled out "hands" in the form of punched tapes with values for aces, kings and so on. Defeat came to the machine, the scientist reasoned, because it was willing to "hit" its hand — take an extra card — when it had a count of 17. Californians Visit Templeton Families TEMPLETON ~ Mr. and Mrs. Tom Witte of Downey, Calif., arrived Monday evening to visit the latter's parent, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Macke, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schoeppner and family. They were accompanied by the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Witte who are visiting relatives in Carroll. Larry Horbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Horbach, has entered Creighton University at Omaha as a freshman. Jane Eichman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eickman, and Karen Irlbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Irlbeck, left for Omaha where they will be freshmen at St. Mary's College. Dr. Lenora Greleman of New York, and Mrs. Leota Johnson of Fontana Calif., are visiting with their sister Rose, and brothers William, Albert, and Leonard Grele­ man and family. INSPIRED POEM The poem, "Casey at the Bat," was inspired by Dan Casey of Philadelphia. He struck out in the ninth inning of a game with the (then) New York Giants on Aug. 21, 1887. HOME FROM HOSPITAL Alouis Miller returned to hia home in Carroll Friday afternoon from the University Hospitals, Iowa City, where he had been a patient for about two and a half weeks. He had suffered a broken hip on August 25. Mrs, Miller had been with him in Iowa City and returned Friday also. TO RESUME MEETINGS The Carroll Toastmas>rs Club will resume meetings after tho summer recess with a dinner at the Burke Motor Inn at (1:30 p.m. Thursday. Plans will be sel up for the coming year and a membership drive will be launched. i

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