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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Personal WANTED: BIDtS TO CALIFORNIA. Dial 447S, Carroll, after 6 p.m. 9-217-3LC 9: Female Help Wanted 22 Building Supplies 47 Farms for Sale CARD OP THANKS Ug to 25 word* over 25 wordi- _ -»1.50 80 par word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch.. Addltonal InierUons- -S1 .80 _Jl.40 Ctaulfled display* taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified til) 9 :30 a. m. Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIPIBD CASH WITH ORDER . 6 cents .19 cents _24 cents One day, per word. Three days, per word- Six days, per word Announcements Announcing Dick Rutten, Air-Way Sani- tizor Dealer is also adding to his line the Lindsay Water Softeners, featuring all automatic softeners with life time fiber glass tanks. SEE OR CALL DICK RUTTEN today for your soft water needs. 1322 Harriet Ave. Phone 3001 6-2l8-3lc POOR TELEVISION l'ERFORM- anee'.' Lot us chock your set and put It In ton condition. Wo repair all makes. Fast dependable service. Sporrerd T.V. Phone 0513. 6-216 -61C BEITER'S MARKET KKKSH DRESSED SPRING CHICKEN Lb. Lb. Lb. 55c 59c 49c Choice Cms Beef Roast Home Made Bologna No Bone Pork Cutlets Tender, Cubed Minute Steak u>. 65c Lean Pork Roast Slab Sliced Bacon Lean Spare Ribs 2 . Lbs. WE DELIVER Oleo 5 Lbs. Wax Beans 2 cans Early June Peas 2 tans Van CampS I'ui k & Beans 2 cans Spinach 2 cans Fruit Cocktail Larue Si/e Grapefruit Lb. 43c 49c 98c Lb 98c 39c 39c 39c 39c 89c 39c El'EI. ElNE OE ERESII [••REITS AND VEGETABLES 18-218-1 tc 3 i-ans for Loans 12 1'ERSONAL LOANS tJP TO 1500.00 Prompt locul service. Community Loan Service^ Carroll. 12-209-ltc WANTED TO BORROW: ABOUT $10,000 on real estate worth $16,000 on ten year loan at 5%. Will repay at about $75.00' per month. Can furnish local bank references. Write Box A, The Dally Times Herald. 12-214-6tp PERSON AX, LOANS VT TO IB00— Loans and Installment rinancing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 COMPLETE TV * RADIO SERVICE on all makes, Incl. car radius. Prompt. Reasonable. Qualified technician. Coast-to-Caast Store. Dlui 9303. 14-96-tfc WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment 85% Whltclcntl, 15% Titanium. Joe's Paint Center. J4-l33-ltc T.V. SERVICE. ALL WORK GUAR- anteed. Wo stock purls for most makes. Also complete stock of car nntl home nullo parts. For prompt repairs, call on us! Coast to Coast Store. 14-21<i-fjtc HAVE VOIR El KNACK CLEANED and checked by your reliable Oreon Colonial dealer. Schecks Plumbing and Heating. 14-2iti-6tc FOR ALL -GASOLINE ENGINE lawn muwer repair, call or see Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc GREETING CARI1S—LARGEST SE- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from vou means more. If It's greeting cards it's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc CUSTOM DRYING Portable Behlen 500 Bu. Dryer Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and ' 2 North of Roselle Phone Halbur 2262 14-217-(itp S T A R T E It, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Keinart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 212B. 14-180-tfc Cl'STOM COMBINING. HAVE "li JHC machine. Evan Kuker. Phone 10F2, Llddcrdale. 14-213-I0tc Good Things to Eat 18 LOCKERS FOR RENT: S 10.(10 I'ER year. Brcnny's Market. lS-21N-lie FklBE> iiniiiiiEii FULL TIME HALES GIRLS AND part lime sales girls wanted. Apply In person. Carroll Bakery. 22-218-2tc COOK WANTED: 7t5 NO. CARROLL. Phone 9554. Henrietta Holsteln. 22-216-tfc WANTED: RELIABLE KITCHEN staff ror the Burke Motor Inn, Inquire Robert Wright. Dial 3551. ^_ 22-216-Gte WANTED! WAITRESS. EXPERI- enced or inexperienced. Inquire Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wright. 22-200-tfc WAITRESS WANTED: »40 FER week. No Sundays. Apply In person. Hwy. Cafe. 22-213-tfc BE YOUR OWN BOSS: BEAUTY advisors operate your own cosmetic agency. Appoint others. New nationally advertised product. Possible 53.000 to !|!10,000 per vcar. Call Miss Bates, Burke Motor Inn for Interview, Thursday, Sept. _17th. 22-217-2U- DAY WAITRESS WANTED: GOOD hours. Excellent pay. No dishes to wash. Green Meadows Cafe. 22-217-31 r WANTED: BABY SITTER IN" MY home. Phone 2377 after fi p.m. 22-217-Mc- Male-Female Help 23 WANTED: MAN OR WOMAN WITH serviceable car interested In additional income to (SIMM) per month for 3 or 1 hours work each week. Write box K Times Herald, leave name for personal Interview. 23-218-21 p 67 FARMERS—WE HAVE PLANS AND, U ELI material to help vou solve vour I grain storage problems. See us fori free estimates. Phone 4373, Kannc' Lumber and Supply. 47-2i7-5tc Household Goods 51 IMPROVED PRODUCTIVE. 120 acres. 5 ml. south. Arcadia! S-liiOO down, S 10,000 March I, HHiO with good.termsjin balance^ G. b. Prlngic. Dial 3805. fi7-217-3tc FOR SALE: MAPLE FINISH BABY bed, complete. Dial 9710 51_-21H-3w- FOR SALE: SIEGLER OIL "lIKAT- _erg. Phone 0048. 51-2ls-3tc Used Cars & Trucks lll-.l PLYMOt Til 71 good. See at 21 w 1 5:30 NO FOREIGN SUBSTANCE RE- mains In a rug cleaned with Blue Lustre. Stays clean longer. Matt Furniture Co. 51-21H ltc TYPIST For 11 week's work. Must he expo- lenced. 40-liour week Pleasant work- ins conditions. APPLY Mr. Barnes Staff Room St. Anthony Hospital PHONE 9414 22-216-tfc Farm Products 31 TWO USED FILL SIZE HOLLA HAY beds, complete. S17.50 & S20 no. _Matl Furniture Co. _5i-2lH-2tc Custom Made Window Shades ALSO Vertical and Venetian Blinds Cleaning and Repairing FREE ESTIMATES Gehrke's Shade & Blind Co. 622 West 15th St. Carroll, Iowa Phone 2737 !l DOOR Rl NS .. So. Court, after p.m. price $175 .00. 7l -2l8-.'Up •57 GMG Vi TON PICK-UP. 18,0110 miles 3.07 axlo. Radio, heater, Clean. '55 llulck Super 4-Uoor, Radio, heater. Dynaflmv, Power steering and brakes EZ eve glass, 2 lone. Special price $10i)5. Real Sharp Wlttrock Motors. 71-207-tfc Ifl.tn PONTIAC STATION WAGON, 2 dour v-s. stiiml.iiil transmission. Radio anil Heater. Light Green. McCov Motors 7l-21li-ll'c Auto Service 75 FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service, Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393. and for Tank Wagon Service to vour farm or AVUS 0, Ca " Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 0 132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE tltllCK- Ponllac dealer before vuu buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'Ml KORD AT the easiest place to trade tn western Iowa, Bill Burgess Motor Co. 7<i-2S4-tfC Sale Date Claimed ' Sept. 22 —Joe Kcnm-licek closing out «;i •>in'4tn form sale 2 miles south ol Carroll ^ a'-^iQ'OH' on Hlghwny 71 and mile east on WE IIAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF »_ Lako ro *>- Irlbcck * Gl0tu - 1 f* Time* Herald, Carroll, la. 1 | LI | *% | I 3 Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1959 U. IN. LlKOiy tO Aucts. Sept. 23— August Heithoff Est, li miles south of Can-oil im 71, and > mile east. Boss and Irlheck, Aucts " GIANT IS CU. FT. CO RON ADO' Se P f - M - A. V WilberdlnR closing' home Freezer . $199 95. Only ollt fu,m S!ll< ' ' mile west and 3 1 $5.00 down. Gambles. M-lll-tf'c, miles south of liicdn. Loss &• (onto 1 'Aucts refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helrcs Electric. 51-197-tfc FT. CO RON ADO For Sale 55 FOR SALE: ISO LEGHORN I'll.. lets, laying. $).25 each. I'hone "<>13. 31-21H-2K- Farm Machinery 33 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Holder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Chock our prices before buying. Schenkel- oei— *—• - L'SEIl RATH Tl II. LEG isTVI.E. Sill. Can lie seen at Drees Plumbing ; _ and Heating. 55-218-1 tp Khrushchev- (Continucd from Page 1) M .ah ,T 2iW *M :l lte,r . differences. the whole Charley s^Place Radio Flyer WAGON 55-218- ltc rg Impl. Co. 33-162-ltc EXTRA GOOD t'SED AT.I.IS CHAL- niers combine. Russell Carpenter. Coon Rapids 33-217-51 p 8 t'SKD 520 PICKERS; 5 t'SED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used 111C 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkclberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 GOOD CORN FOR SALE I .MM EI). lately. Raymond Werkmeisler, Ar cadla, la. world's problems could be .solved. It was this idea which apparently caused some suspicion, unionn (he United States' allies: i that the two great nations nii^ht I come to an agreement at their expense. But Eisenhower has re- { FOOTLOOSE . . . Standing at reception with high heels on was just too much for Nancy Quinn, wife of Hawaii Gov. William V. Quinn. So she shucked them to greet more than 5,00(1 guests informally al the governor's residence in Honolulu. Gets Parents' Consent; Surgery For Girl Success KANSAS CITY. Kan. (API — Charlene Butts, 111, underwent successful surgery Tuesday for re- • Firemen- (Continued from Page 1) and climbing race the Atlantic team won witii an :06.2 time. The number three Atlantic team and Albion tied for second. Keith Lunsford, Albia, won the chief's race in :06.8 while Wayne Abel, Chariton, was second and Earl Garside, Atlantic, placed third. Indianola captured the firemen's dressing contest in :21.4 compared to .21.5 for Atlantic and .-22.5 for Montezuma. The one-man coupling contest was won by Chariton in :08.4 while Wiota took second in :09.4 and three teams tied for third. They were Atlantic, Wiota and Albion with :10.3 times. The one - man coupline contest went to Albion in :05.8. The contest to replace a section in a hydrant line, with a four man j team, was won by Independence in 29.7. Chariton was second tn -.30 and Atlantic was third with a :32 time. The three-man race in extending a hydrant line went to Grinnell with a ::i» time while Chariton and Montezuma tied for second with :39.5 times. The water fights went to Brandon's number two and three teams Shelve Red China Question Again By MAX HARrtELSON UNITED NATIONS, N. Y. (API —The United Stales was expected to win quick approval today of a move to shelve for another year the question of seating Red China in the U. N. The U. S. proposal was slated for debate in the General Assem* bly's 21-nation steering committee. Although the outcome appeared certian, the debate on the China question was watched with unusual interest because of its possible bearing on the atmosphere of East-West relations during the three-month session. The proceedings have added significance because they come almost on the eve of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev's speech before the Assembly Friday afternoon. Regardless of the steering committee's decision, Khrushchev was expected to put in a strong bid for his Peiping partners. Indian Defense Minister V. K. Krishna Menon was leading the fight to have the Assembly act now on the China representation question. The Indians insisted they still felt Red China should be in the U. N. despite India's current peatedly emphasized, as he did in moval . " f a ,umo1 ' wnich luid im " - Mrs ' Dar y' Daggett, Mrs. Melvin welcoming Khrushchev, that "we Cut-Prlce $10.49 Save another 50c or only $9,119 by as- 34-218-'Rr ! se,nuli,, « 11 yourself. Livestock for Sale 4i |Cut-Price Toy House 60 paired her eyesight and endang-; Pfannkuch and Mrs. Elnora Auen. ered her hie. j Lunch was served at the close, shall not be negotiating any is- Afu ,,. lhl . four . hoU ,. operation. I Mr. and Mrs. Francis Garrels of sues affecting the interests of oth- > SU ,„ L , 011S saill lho lumor rcmovt .d Long Beach, Calif., were dinner er countries. i {] . om t)l(? p j tim .„.y R i anc j at the guests Wednesday in the Emil lined |j ase 0 f (| le brain was not malig- Schluter home. nant. They said her condition was j Mrs. Minnie Vogel stayed in the Forest Longman home at Sac City the girl's parents, while Mr. and Mrs. Longman were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Butts of in Rochester, Minn. Mr. Longman About 200,000 persons the streets to watch Khrushchev's entry into the nation's capital. The satisfactorv crowds generally were quiet, tin- " ir or we eks demonstrative, sometimes even cold to the for first and second respectively! difficulties with the Peiping re and Griswold was third. |gime. A Chinese Nationalist spokesman said the Chinese Communist actions during the past year in Tibet and on the rndian border- as well as their alleged aid to Laotian rebels—would result in a setback for those who want Red China admitted. The Assembly begins its general debate Thursday. Both U. S. Secretary of State Christian A. Herter and British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd will deliver their policy declarations on the first day. Tuesday's opening session was limited to the election of officers. Victor Andres Belaunde, veteran Peruvian diplomat, was chosen president. Jriswold was third. Afternoon Club Is Entertained by Mrs. J. Druivenga rriinfs lb-rule) Ni'wi Service) WALL LAKE - The Friendly Afternoon Club met at the home of Mrs. John Druivenga Thursday evening. The evening was spent playing cards with Mrs. Virgil Auen in charge. Prizes were won by cold .o ,h« visitor althouBl, polite l )5WRA „ K ,„.. had rclusoa to u„de ™„7 irg y FOR SA1.I stein luifcs ^^rrH ^i ^^jRoom for Rent n "- MS : ,ri :' ROOM FOR RENT 1'OR SALE: til RE<;lvi l.ltr.n si'OT- Phone »:tu. t<-il Poland ( huifi lm.tr Ni !,,,, (jual- " vm. mated. Hn Perl Kloc 111 EAST 3X11. tio-217-3lc ity ' > ' r ..n. miles south ike. east of Temple- 41-'218-2tc FOR RENT: SLEEPING Delicious at Pauline's Cafe 18-142-ltc FOR SALE; STEWING HENS. St each, dressed and delivered. Dial 40SSI. lK-217-ltc l.-> HEAD MHtKMIIKE Mills. IIIIEll to Chester While (In nv F.-irrmv ! s",,n. M.t\ Tin-! Coon H.11 1 H1 s. FOR S .M.F.; HAMPSHIRE MALE I H"Ks llm Nelson. i;iiddcn 11-211-2lc I.AMlllAI I! ROAIO. EDWARD I'. I liimcks, 2 miles easl, -I south of | Carroll ' u ^ 2 !!?:iL c FOR SALE: Pl'HERKF.D 1HUOC ( tfoars Waltei Plall. Gliddcn. 4i-2u»-trc FOR SALE: 70 PIREURED DUROC hoars. Vaccinated for chuiera and ErvRiiieias Wavno KnnnlnRer, 3 west, -i i north. .Manning. -n-20(i-tfc 2 clrl.s with private 4255. Houses for Sale fiO-217-2tp T3 Male Help Wanted 21 L^ stock Wanted Herman Weber and times. There were a few boos, but at { \ w University of Kansas Medi-' family of Breda went to Waterloo no major disturbances. , c; ,l Outer finally convinced them Friday to attend their daughter In no way did the reception ap- that Charlene's life was at stake j Yvonne's graduation from Allen proach the million-person outpour- and they gave written consent Memorial Hospital Friday night, ing for example, which greeted Monday. They had objected to the , Yvonne will be employed at the the visit of Queen Elizabeth of operation because a masseur ex- Allen Memorial Hospital. •"bVth" Phone Uritain in 1 ' j:>7 - • amined the girl and said it wasn't I Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Brotherton, 'The lack of public enthusiasm, necessary. who came from Lake Hubeit, however, appeared to have little 1 Earlier. Miss Butts had peti- Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Howard Broth- effect upon Khrushchev. The •'>.> 'ioned a court to give her ma.jori- erton, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rei- FOR SALE: INCOME "iMioi 'ERTV, year-old. apparently indefatigable ty rin"t* Ml llu " slu ' VinM have sing and George Kieffer attended .-sac i'ii\. potential income sirxm Communist leader tonned his busv tlu ' operation despite lu-r parents the funeral of Ed Lloyd at Rem- 10 salon veariv, price s4noo Write! __..,' , . • = •= ; sen last Wednesday. Betty Weber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Weber, planned to leave Sept. 14 to attend college at Cedar Falls Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Zadow of Omaha were supper and overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Minnie Vogel Gary Karsten left Tuesday and iio\ i9i. Giidde'n, lowa. (,:i-jis-2t|i j day with a bouncy performance objections at the White House dinner, a plush function attended by about NEW S-ltDRM. HOISI; WITH KIT- then on front. Full basement. m.w"buU™^^^ American and Soviet guests color scheme. This is a well con-I st ructed KOI IE MAN. I VI'AKI.IHIED | I It- rilor.N. home lights. e\jiei lence not necessary. Earn while sou learn. Contact Mr. i;ill <nn Ndi-m Carroll St. Wednesday .Se|it. b, at H p.m. 21-211-2ti- 3000 - CATTLE - 3000 ST0CKER & FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, SEPT. 18 Starting at 1 :00 P. M. 1023 STRICTLY CHOICE HEREFORD STEERS WT. 750-900. ONE BRAND — ONE OWNER — TOP QUALITY Never in the history of the CORNBELT Auction sales has a string of cattle like this been offered to the cornbeli feeder and sold in load lots so that every feeder has a chance to feed strictly choice cattle. These cattle aro absolutely the greatest string of yearling steers I have ever seen in a lifetime in the cattle business. They are yearlings and carrying a lot of flesh, most will weight around 800 pounds. For anyone wanting the best that grow, sec these, in fact it's worth a lot ol travel just to see this string of cattle. 975 CHOICE, LIGHT HEREFORD YEARLING STEERS & HEIFERS FROM STERLING, COLO. Owned and consigned by Ed Uhler, rancher of Sterling, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Uhler will be here Thursday and Friday to represent their own cattle and Visit with you about theiii. Included in the 975 cattle are: 750 Choice Hereford heifers, 525 lbs. 225 Choice Hereford steers, 525 lbs. These are calf weight yearlings, thin in llesli. this makes this string of cattle ideal for the Corn Belt and fall grazing. We urge you to come to Humboldt Thursday or Friday and visit with'Mr. and Mrs. Uhler. ALSO CONSIGNED FOR THIS AUCTION ARE THE FOLLOWING: 225 Choice Hereford steer calves, 400-475 lbs. 200 Choice heifer calves, 400-475 lbs. 150 Choice Angus steer and heifer eahes, 425-47.-> lbs. 35 Choice Hereford steers, 525 lbs. 40 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 575 lbs 150 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 625-725 lbs 80 Choice, fleshy, South Dakota Hereford heifer.-,. 650-700 lbs. If you're in the market for top quality replacement cattle come trr Humboldt this Friday or if you just want to see top quality cattle come here this Friday. All cattle will be sorted and sold in lots to suit all buyers and sold on weights at time of sale. COME TO HUMBOLDT THIS I HI DAY HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. HUMBOLDT, IOWA Byron C. Hayes, Manager — Phone 113; Res, W)8 4l-2IfMtc If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc home with hardwood floors, tiled bath and «ood si/e rooms. Call :isK) fm an appulnl- , ment lo sec il. John Guam Real 1 Estate. (>3-218-2tc FOR SALE: SMALL MODERN j house available Immediately. Ucn- 1 sonable. White Box Bli •„ Dallv Times Herald. li.'l-217-3tli 43 J' 01 * S ALE: •-> .V 3 ll.R. HOMES. WE ' have a nice selection to choose from. Befoie \ mi bin •»• sell, call US. W'llbei Walkup Ileal Kslate. I Phone 2132H. 113-217-1 fc AP.\RTM>:NT DWELLING FOR sale: $190 monthlv income. Write I Box Y r "r Times Herald. «3-21<i-fitr 1 Apartment for Rent RENT. 65 APT. FOR DIAL l-.MI. li.V21S-3'c AVAILABLE OCT. IVI' OR SOONER, first floor, (i room duplex close In, cily heat. Phone 971ii i'>."i-2)S-3i c Susan Hewitt Fifth in Lensmen's Contest Mrs. Herschcl Tryon has received word that her granddaughter, Susan Hewitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Yern Hewitt of Denver. Colo., placed fiflh out ol .">0 finalists in the Miss Press Photographer contest held in Denver recently. Several hundred girls were entered in the contest Susan is al tending college at Pueblo. Colo, as a sophomore student. Hunt Three Iowa Escapees Pets 46 FOR SALE! TROPICAL FISH AND supplies, Zebras VJRe, Moons. Swords and Mollies rsuc. New ten >:al. lank If7.fi0. See Don Glazier.; churdan, after noons and evenings' except Sunday. <l(i-2lK-2lc Building Supplies 47 NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? I.VMl 11u. 8' v 2o' wood crib only 7S.52 semi-annually lor materials. Green j Hiiv Lumber Cumpanv. Phone _ 3218^ 47-218-1 fc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS TRANSFERRED HERE Mrs. Walter J. Johnson, Westside. and her son, Thomas. 11, were transferred Tuesday from the LeMars hospital to St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. They , had been injured in an auto acci- CLAJtK.^DiAL 'de-nt on Sept. G. Mrs. Johnson stif- , L , -J:-i'i , :i. f - L ' | m .d a dislocated neck and is now FINISHED MODERN TRAILER . jn a ,. a st. Thomas had a collapsed Cement Patio. Graham trailer , Court, Dial 4i22. o:>-H^-Uc lung and suffered four iiactured MopisnN a-npoM _APT. AIR CON- LILY OMAHA 'AP) - The Stale Patrol reported Wednesday afternoon it was seeking three escaped Iowa convicts in the Nebraska Cily. Benson- (Continued from Page 1) vieinitv of I * * JC "- '"""OJ a»u s itinity oi . Larry Karsten Wednesday to at- n „, i , , K, l lond college at Maryville, Mo Patrol ears Horn eastern Ne-, T , ^ f # ^ M braska were converging on the Elmer R a area after a report rem the Iowa frcshman and Lar ya junior Highway Patrol that a patrolman-! M, 0 n.t„ n„ »;„_i... ..... 5 ROOM APT. WITH HEATED Raraso. So. side, aduhs nnlv. _Phone_9027. b."s--Jll-lie .'-BEDROOM APT. 1115 NO. MAIN. Phone 06->3. ti.vjH-iir APT. AT 500 NO. 9607. had chased three escapers in red and white Ford hardtop across the Missouri River bridge at Nebraska CUy. The sheriff's office in said another report had the car 1 driving north on the Iowa side of the river. Road blocks were set , up at Omaha, Bellevue and Platts| mouth bridges on the Nebraska side. O. Hansen Family Moves to Denison dltluned. Dial 3297. (Tlincv Herald Ni'K's Sen Ice) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Hansen and Cheryl moved to I lu-y are expected to be re-1 Imnison Sunday, where Mr. Hano ,)-l53 -tfc leased short 1 v. PAJIKVIEW APTS. DIAL SI Oil d.V132-lfc APARTJIEXTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nlshed or unfurnished. MnNabb BuUdjnR, D]aJ _atf80._ «j;i-21!i-1 f c Legal Notices Mrs. Marcelle Motley returned a to Fairfield Thursday after spend ing the summer in the Elmer Karsten home. , Mr. and Mrs. Paul Herrig attend- i „.„i ed the wedding of Velma Kolbe and Ronnie Bartlett at the Lutheran Church in Sac City Sunday evening. Mrs. Marie McLaughlin entertained the Contract Club and Mrs. Harry McCutcheon and Mrs. J. Jennewcin at the Frozen Frontier in Lake View Tuesday afternoon. Prize winners were Mrs. A. A. Hlum. Mrs. M. G. Mackey and Mrs. Ernest Westering. Mrs. Harry Weed was hostess to the Tuesday Club Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mrs. L. G. Ballard, Mrs. Anna Tjaden and Mrs. Weed. Mary Kay Pagel, daughter of | Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pagel, will at] tend Lindcnwood College at St. Farms for Sale 67 MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE- We have the best In Minnesota farm land tn offer vou Write or come. Thomson Ke'ultv. Granite Falls, Minn. fi7-2H-tfe NOTICE DEADLINE For Payment of Second Half of 1958 Personal and Real Estate Taxes SEPT. 30, 1959 Penalty Starts October 1st Mrs. C. C. Sullivan County Treasurer IN Till,' DISTRICT CO I HI Ol IOW A. IN AND FOR < ARROI.L ( orvn NOTICE—PROOF OF Will. STATi: ( IOWA. Carroll County, ss ORIGINAL gUCStS To All Whom It Mac Conooui: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That an ins! rumen! in WMIHIH purporting to lie the last will and leslamcnt of H H. I.euiKei l)ece.,se<l, was this ilny produced, opened anil read by the undersinncd, and thai 1 ha\c li\ed Mondas I hi- ol b d.iv ol ' >do. bei\ HI.Vi, al fl.no o clock a m. al Hie Courthouse in Caiioll, Iowa, a- the il.iv for heaii/iy prooi in u-l.itlo/i thereto ven is in charge ol the meat department at the Council Oak Store. Mr. and Mrs Robert Downs and family will occupy the Hansen home in South Manning. . c- — Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dietz of Charles, Mo., leaving Sept. 14. Waleolt. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert i Luther Suckow came from Chi- Dieiz, Davenport and .lane Opper- ] Ci| K° to spend the weekend with his man. Oskaloosa. wore weeke n d j Wlfe :,n(J son in the Ed Albrecht in the Emil Oppi-rm a n | no '"C. homo. | and Mrs. Orville Erickson Mr ami Mrs. Roland Dernor and ' aiul daughters and Helen Bahr 1 Linda. Manilla; and Mr. and Mrs. , »"ve returned from a few days i Lyle Eieh. Steven and Bruce. t:oun-1 v '- s 't with Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Hanoi liluffs. were Sunday guests in ' s0 " ^ Nevis, Minn, i the .John Derner home. I Mrs. Cecelia Bedel returned Mon- Mr and Mrs. Henry Meyers left I by plane Monday for Portland, and Mrs. R. B. Mrs. George ...»h n t£ KSS ? }y , " f ">•;>"[ ••oR'V'H're, , Ore., lo visit Dr. with the seal of saIt) Court hereto •• , affised, Ihl.s 8th das of September ' lYelse.V. . ' | Howard French, Clerk District Cuurl I -^1 Lis f t -'ldL and Mrs. Julius Polzin vis- ^ K .\f K ;}''l ,-, I ii'-'d '» tbc* Veteran's Hospital in ~—- '*'' 1 '•''''•' : (hnaha Sunday with Geurge Mus- fi kit, who is undergoing surgery there. Mrs. Musfeldt returned to Omaha Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Uoyel to be with her husband. Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Hargens and family of Storm Lake were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry tutu home, in observance of Darri .ll Hargens' fourth birthday, and the birthday of Mrs. Millie Hargens, which was Thursday Here's the Way to Get Things Cooking in a BIG HURRY— or place your Want Ad by mail or in person. Serves you real de-e-lightful results. Stir up action quickly by first working up your message. Add your name and address or telephone number. Then call 3573 Daily Times Herald 1 day morning from a 13-day stay in the Dr. Harold Kestel home in Storm Lake while her daughter, Dolores, was on vacation. Mr. and Mrs. August Rohde of Corpus Christi, Tex., arrived Saturday morning for a visit in the Frank Richardson home and with other relatives and friends. The Rondos and L. J. Nickum of Manning visited in the Everett Robinson home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Harold Long returned home Monday from the Loring hospital in Sac City where she had been a patient for a week. Larry Lindstrom of Sioux CUy came Friday evening to get his daughter, Janice, who had been a Mrs. L. J. Nickum is helping! guest in the Henry Bielema and judge the horticulture division at | Mrs. Minnie Bielema homes since the flay County Fair at Spencer [Tuesday evening, this week I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bundt and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Grundmuiur Larry and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and Mr. and Mrs Merlin Struye Bundt and family attended a pic- spent Tuesday at the Clay County nic at Springurook Park at Gutli- 1-air in Spencer. | rie Center Sunday. Others present Mr. and Mrs. ('. M. Johnson and I were from Chicago, 111., Des Moines and Glidden. 'Julia and Mrs. Henry Boysen left Sunday lor Oberln, Ohio, where Ju- 1 ii.: will register.,as a freshman at (Jberlin College They will also visit Mr. and Mrs Roger liven al Louisville, Ky. Mr. and Mrs Paul Rorkowski are visiting in Kansas City. Mo., with lockup was because it was too hoi ,111011' daughters and their families, juud his seuleace wus too long. UK HAS A REASON McAlestor, Okla. (AP) - C. B. Coplen, 44, said before he was convicted of jail breaking, that the rea- ! son he fled from the Quiuton city shook hands jovially with Benson • and posed for photographers. He " smiled and waved his hands. After the greetings the Soviet ; leader listened attentively as a relay of white-coated specialists explained their newest research. J Khrushchev's face was serious, as if he were following every word. At the conclusion of presentation of research subjects, the Russian Premier told Benson that agriculture is very basic to human living. "The first thing one does when he gets up of a morning is to eat," Khrushchev said. "He could not do that if there were no agriculture." , Nodding agreement, Benson told Khrushchev, "you would make a good farmer." Smiling. Khrushchev replied, "I could compete with you." Benson himself has fanned. Khrushcehev grew up as a miner. In the Benson party were Benson's son. Reed Benson and the latter's wife; and Benson's daughter, Beverly. A crowd estimated at upward of 500 watched the greetings from a roped off area across the road. Benson told Khrushchev: "Our farmers are free, efficient, creative and hardworking. I like to call them 'the salt of the earth'— truly good people." •Salt of Earth' Benson said American farmers welcome new ideas and are quick to adopt them. "In putting these discoveries into practice, our farmers transformed American agriculture under our capitalistic free enterprise system. They have developed an agriculture unequaled anywhere in the world in total efficiency, productivity, and prosperity." Benson and top department scientists arranged to show the visitors latest developments on ' control of weeds, regulation of plant growth, and the recent discovery that a pigment in plants ,' that may allow man to tailor food and fiber crops to his needs. Another item to be shown was the popular Beltsville small white ; turkey developed by poultry * breeders at the research center " several years ago. Lodge Goes Along Accompanying the Russians was Henry Cabot Lodge, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations * whom President Eisenhower has i assigned to guide Khrushchev on 1 his travels. I In advance of the visit here the • Agriculture Department took a cue from Khrushchev himself and * did a little boasting in a special * statement prepared for him. It" told how American farms have • boosted production by about half in 20 years with a third fewer » farm workers. ; "In 1958," said the statement, , "farmers and ranchers produced * 54 per cent more farm commodities on fewer acres than they used in 1939." ! The list included: 47 per cent more corn on 15 ; million fewer acres than 1939. Nearly 98 per cent more wheat on about the same acreage as 20 ' years earlier. 60 million head of beef cuttle ' and calves, double the 1939 figure for the same amount of land. About 9 per cent more hogs on , the "same amount of laiid. 20,500,000 dulry cows, each averaging 6,300 pounds of milk an. nually, compared with 23,aoo.ouo cows in 1939 which produced only , 4,589 pounds each. Two elderly Kentucky m e n fought a duel with walking .slicks, j Kinda old lo bu ruifiug Cain.

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