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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Up to 25 words $1.50 Ail over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch.... . ... 1.60 Additional Insertions— $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. tn. day at 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 Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word __24 cents Announcements rOOR TELEVISION PERFORM- ance? Let us chock your set and put It In top condition. We repair all makes. Fast dependable service. Sporrers T.V. Phone 9513. Lost 7 Female Help Wanted 22 ) Houses forJSale WANTED: HAIIV KITTEIt IV MY " home. Phone 2377 after 6 p.m 22-217-Stc Male-Female Help 23 63 STUDENT FOR PART TIME WAIT- Ing table. Jim Duncan, Pauline's Cafe. 23-2l9-3tc Salesman Wanted 25 PROTECTED TERRITORY OPEN for qualified salesman under 50 In Carroll County, Phone 3959 Carroll. 25-220-3tp WANTED: SALESMAN FOR CAH- roll territory, Home nights, salary plus commission, Paid vacation, no experience PO Box 372, 25-219-3tc group Insurance, necessary. Write Carroll, Iowa. Farm Machinery 33 LOST: BEAUTY REST BOX SPRING mattress, between Carroll and Coon Rnplris, August 27. Reward. Rev. Wesley Wilson, Coon Kap- 7-221-31p Ids. Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $S00— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Currnll, Iowa 12-158-1tc Business Services 14 RADIO & TV SERVICE, INCL. CAR radios. Will find and remedy vour trouble with minimum of time and expense. All makes serviced and repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-99-ltc WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment 85% Whltelend, 15% Titanium. Joe's Pulnt Center. 14-133-itc FOR SALE: OLIVER MODEL 4 mounted picker. Excellent condition. Mountings for Oliver tractor. Dave Wlederln. Phone 212 on 2H Breda. 33-221-31 p APARTMENT DWELLtNG FOR sale: $190 monthly Income. Write _Box_Y %_Tlmes Herald ^J3 -216-6tc ALSPACII PROPERTY AT 82(1 N. Carroll St. which Is close to town and north side schools. Ideal home for large family or will make a good Investment for Income property. Downstairs has 2 bedrooms, living rm., dining rm., kitchen and ',<< bath. Upstairs has a 3 room apt. and full bath. Full finished attic. Cltv heati Back half of lot can be sold off. Owner will sell on contract. John Gnnm Ileal Estate. 63 -220-2tc Houses for Rent 64 FOR RENT: MODERN HOUSE AND Apt. August Wlebers, Westslde. Apartment for Rent 65 FOR SALE: OVERHEAD ELEVA- tor hoist. Cliff Onken, Carroll. 33-221-3tp SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Helder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as 579.50. Check our prices before buying. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-162-ltc JOHN DEERE HOIST WITH CRA- dle. 24 Coin picker, good shape. jj Phone 9079. 33-220- EXTRA GOOD USED ALLIS CHAL- mcrs combine. Russell Carpenter, Coon Rapids. 33-217-5tp 8 USED 820 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 elector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-lfc FURNISHED APARTMENTS FOR rent. Heat, light and water furnisher]. Price ,$35.00, $15.00 and 5fi0 .no. See Rov J. Burns at 212 W. 5th. Dial 2184. («-220-2tc APT. FOR RENT. 1)1 AI 65-220 OTp. J2te 2-BEDROOM APT. 1115 NO. MAIN. Phone 9643. 65-214-tfc APT. AT 200 NO. 9607. CLARK. DIAL 65-206-tfc FURNISHED, MODERN TRAILER. Cement Patio. Graham Trailer Court. Dial 4122. 65-192-tfc Paul Spieker Leads Manning to 19-7 Win Tlm«t H»r»!d, Carroll, ft, Saturday, Sept. 19, 1959 GUTHRIE CENTER — Paul Spieker scored three touchdowns here Friday night to lead the Manning Bulldogs to a 19-7 victory over Guthrie Center in a Coon Valley conference game. The Bulldogs counted midway in the second quarter as ipieker Lake City Shocks Ida PARKVIEW API'S. DIAL 310!). 65-132-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 T.V. SERVICE. ALL WORK GUAR- anteed. We stock parts for most makes. Also complete stock of car and home radio parts. For cull on us! Coast FOR SALE- SPRINGING AND 14-216-6tcl fresh heifers. Daryl Daeges. Car- FOR SALE: PURERRED SPOTTED bonis. Albert Wenck, 2 miles No. and 2 east, Carrnlh 41-_221-61p Dl'ROC BOARS. VAC. FOR CHOL- ura, Bancs and l.eptu. At Farm ]'-. north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 4 1-220-Hc HAMPSHIRE H O A It' S. Win. P. I.esle, Auburn. 41-220-t fc f rompt repairs, o Coast Store. HAVE VOUR FURNACE CLEANED and checked by your reliable Green Colonial dealer. Schecks Plumbing and^lleatlng ^^-'iie-eu: FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or see Helnart Service, across street west of Safewav. Phone 2126. ll-65-tfc roll. 41-220-31C IDA GROVE — Lake City's opportunist Eagles shocked the Ida Grove Hawks with a 20-19 setback that practically knocked Ida Grove out of the Midwest Conference race here Friday night. The Eagles scored twice in the first four minutes. One came on a pitch-out to Ben Golliher who MODERN 3- ROOM APT. AIR CON- j rambled 55 yards and the other ditioned. Dial 3297. 65-153-tfc i W as a forward pass from Craig Colvig to Darrell Christian and a lateral to Rich Wenck who scam- APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- j pered 50 yards for a touchdown. u^n^DT^^d}^'^ times the Eagles manipulated the vital extra point. zjl Ida Grove got unlrackcd shortly 1 thereafter on a 60-yard run by Joe Dolejs. But the Hawks missed the extra point. Lake City scored again in the second quarter on a three-yard pitch-out to Rich Wenck and fluffed the extra point try but still hed a 20 -6 edge at the half. In the third quarter Ida Grove scored on a 65-yard pass play from Curt Rupert to John Bickley Daily Record scored from five yards out after Manning had set up the scoring series with a blocked punt on the DRIVERS LICENSES Tiger 25-yard line. Midway in the third quarter Tom Bennett hit Spieker on a 32- yard scoring pass. The conversion kick by Marvin Vcnnink was good and the Bulldogs took a 13.0 SO clays. Speeding Deaths, Funerals (Suspensions and revocations of driving licenses as furnished from records of the State Do- Suspensions, September 14 Lyle D. Ford. 23. RFD 1, Carroll, lead. Spieker's final tally came in the fourtli period when he dashed 50 yards on a quick opener. Guthrie Center broke into the scoring column for the first time this season with about five minutes left in the final period. The tally was registered on a 10-yard pass from Richard Lafleur to Clarence Crawley. Gary Hopkins ran the extra point over. Manning's entire forward wall looked especially good on defense and the work of Bennett on defense was outstanding CLAUSE FERDINAND SCHRUM Funeral services for Claus Ferdinand Schrum, 81, lifelong resident of the Arcadia community, were held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll. Mr. Schrum died Tuesday morning, Sept. 15, at Oakdale, Iowa City. Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman, accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley at the piano, sang "In The Garden." Burial was in the family lot in Arcadia Cemetery. Pallbearers Larry L. Gustoff, 19, Scranton, 30 days. Leaving scene of accident. Suspensions, September 16 _ Wayne E. France, 38, RFB 1, | were Ray Wiebers, William Jahcle Guthrie Center, 60 days, Failure to i Joe Schrader, David Butler. Henry- have vehicle under control. I Kaspersen and Henan Thein. Attending from out-of-town were a niece, Mrs. .loan Braunagle, Seattle, Wash., and a nephew, Melvin Sheldorf, Milwaukee, Wis. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Fred M. Patterson, Glidden Mrs. Agnes Davis, Carroll Leo Olsen, Audubon Jesse G. Jenkins, Lanesboro Mrs. Paul J. Meyers, Carroll Lester S. Vermillion, Glidden .lames A. Buchanan, Denison Next foe for the Bulldogs, now Dismissals— 1-1, will be Carroll 'Kucmper) at Carroll next Saturday night. Farms for Sale MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or conic. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc TWO UNIMPROVED FARMS, TWO farms on contract. Frank Hoffmann, Phone 2210. 67-219-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 Harlan Stymies Bid by Audubon HARLAN — Newcomer Audubon made the mistake of scoring first in a game with the defending conference champions here. Friday and wound up on the short end of a 22-6 score. The Wheelers also ! Debra Kolbe, Sac City Mrs. Lawrence Gute and baby, Carroll Mrs John J. Janning and baby, Carroll Mrs. Sarah A. Gembciiing, Lohr- \ille Mrs. Albert Carlson. Carroll Albert M. Pugh. Lake View- Mrs Leon J. Masching and baby, Carroll Khrushchev- (Continued from Page 1) McCoy Motors. 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 CUSTOM DRYING Portable Behlen 500 Bu. Dryer Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and Vs North of Roselle Phone Halbur 2262 14-217-Gtp FOR SALE: 45 HKAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlgps, 8 miles south of Templeton corner ! A e«. and 5V 3 west. 41-173-3tci ""'0 JerVICe FOR SALE: i FIRST CALF IIOL- stein heifers. Norbcrt Ruplper. 41-218-tfc •57 GMC 'i TON PICK-UP. 18 ,000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, j , _ clean. '55 Buick Super 4-Door, j and Rupert kicked the extra point £ee '?n 8h a U nd e bVa^ With thrce mi,luteS lcft in the j Mrs ttUj ^jsrJTaWrtr SS3JslK* SSSXTT""!! MM POXTIAC STATION WA.ioV. ; conversion attempt to tie w .s I ,al " e<l on Mo ""' Bald s 2 ">" r<1 2 door V-8. Standard transmission. Radio and Heater. Light Green. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Friedman, wound up on the low end "of "the Beloit Wis a daughter Sept 19. statistical chart with two first ™ [ ' s : Jose » )h Lengeling. Carroll, is downs compared to 13 for the | lhe bab y 5 grandmother. Cyclones. Audubon capitalized on a liar wide. 71-216 -tfc | The Ida Grove passing ace. Rupert, completed eight of eight at- 75 tempts FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Ervsipelas. Wavne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3\ north, Manning. 41-206-tfc reverse. It took Harlan only two and one- half minutes to regain the lead. Gary Jorgensen scored from 30 yards out and Galen Plumb boot- «TIIIM'S lirritld News Ser\ire> SCRANTON - Mr and Mrs. Jerry Kunce, Ames, a daughter, Cynthia Ann, Sept. 2. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Myron Kunce, Scranton. . i,i„ /-•_„,,„•_ ,l„f„„„„ i;„i,i„.„j i„ jrciiun uui cum vjciitrn i lumu uuui- Motor ca Dial 4:!«3,S,m« for'rank , that Lake Cit v netted only one first j ser ' es of . d ™ ns ' Ih ' rl f n b ' ockedA a \\a K on Servire to your farm or Hftu . n H„n„ 0 '.h„ final t«.„ «„ Q r. P"nt and got a safety when All- home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars down during the final two quarters. 76 LANDRACE HOARS. EDWARD P. SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Brineks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt, Ulldden. 41-209-tfc Livestock Strayed 44 STARTER. GENERATOR, MAC neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, rnr or truck. Helnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-1 WO-tfc CUSTOM COMBINING. HAVE 7fi IHC machine. Evan Kuker. Phone 10F2, Ltdderdale. 14-213-10tc EXPERT PIANO TUNING. LAU'R- ence Holley. 14-219-Gte Good Things to Eat 18 FALSTAFF OR BLATZ BEER IN 12-oz. bottles 7SV, t> pk. e.vh. price 53 10 case exch. price. Charlev's Place. 1S-217- i t c FOR SAUK: YOUNG PEKIN AND! Rouen ducks, about 7 lbs. $i.ft()| fr\rrr\\ live. Lawrence Silt/, Telephone >* ul Templeton 31-W. !S-220-3tc' LOCKERS FOIt RENT: $10.00 PER year. Brenny's Market. lS-22ti-2te HAM P. SOW STRAYED—APPROX- imatelv 400 lbs. Dial i)03o 44-221-3tc Building Supplies 47 SPECIAL LOW, LOW PRICES ON all white picket fences in slot k Huv now ami save for next \c,n, Carroll Lumber Co. 17-2l'n-.'ltc Pontlac dealer before you Duy a new or used car. Peters Bros! in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '50 FORI) AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc Lohrville Over Comets by 19-12 LOHRVILLE - The Wall Lake Comets ran into trouble in pouring rain here Friday night and were downed 19-12 by heavier Lohrville. The Comets recovered a Lohr- dubon recovered in the end zone. In the second quarter Jerry Lytle scored twice. One was a 20- yard pass from Bill Bcauchamp and the other a 30-yard toss. Midwest Standings: W MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times lliTHltl Ni'iv« SITVICP) Dismissal- Mrs. Glen Pierce and son, Sac City Carroll Markets Harlan Lake City Jefferson Carroll Denison Sac City Sale Date Claimed Sept. 22 Joe Konneoeck closing out ville fumble on the opening kick- j Ida Grove on 'm^tj TT'and T mile eart'on ° ff alld StfUCk ^ llick 'y 00 Pat LaW " ' AUdub °" suan Lake road iribeck & Grote, lers 45 yard pass play to Ronnie I — AllLls ' ' Mau for a touchdown. But the host mu ^M "h o^ u :!,„H ( 'on°7K and' >l *™ marched back to tie the score mile cist, lius.s nucl lilljeck. Aucts. GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 L T Corn, No. 2 yellow 0 0 Oats 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 1 0 $1.81 1.07 .. .60 NEED EAR CORN STORAdE'. bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only semi-annually for materials. Creen Bav Lumber Company. Phone :i24S. 47-21»-tfc Bayard Rambles to 19-0 Win at Bagley BAGLEY — Bayard's Coon Val ley conference club rolled to an FA It MERS—WE HAVE material to help you solve youi pratn storage problems See us foi free estimates. Phone 437.T Kaiwi Lumber and Supply. SPECIAL PRICES ON ODD SIZE WINDOW UNITS as the first period ended. ,..„ sept. 29 A. K . Wiiin-niinR closing Wall Lake struck again in the <^ nule/'-ouu"'^ B\A ™& G?oil second quarter when Russell Cook Aucts | ran a kickoff back 88 yards for a _ .. .... sept 30 Herman w (.rote, execu- 1 touchdown. Again Lohrville came • easy 19-0 victory over Bagley here tnr ol Lizzie lii -nte K^tate. 100 acre , . . ? . , , . • _, . , . , . r ., • • •LANS AND Carroll Counts Farm i miles east, 3 back with a long sustained drive , Friday night for the second win in miles south ami mile east of the anc j added an extra point to take a row for Coach Lee Arrowsmith's Cltv of Cairo . Pan Grote. Auct. ,„ ,„ , .,,. , , , • , , , Oct. i AI Boss special Dairv Sale, a 13-12 halftime lead. In the third dub. Kanners Sale Ham. Carroll, Iowa. ; period the Comets fumbled on, Darwin Smith ran 24 yards for Jan. 7 Dave Wirderin. Closing Out LollfVille's SCVCll yard line and the ... miles ues. „r Ml Car.nel, homfi ^ ma ,. fhed the lcnglh 0 [ the field for the clincher. 47-217-.-itc Sale or 1 mile- east. 2 south. 1 i east of Hi ila. Crole & Ilycrly. Aucts. Lumber Co. 47-219-otc Household Goods 51 Sports • Continued from Page 2) Lawler connected on three of four passes for Wall Lake. Denison Forces In 7-7 Deadlock Mal^Help Wanted^ ^21 WANTED: MAX TO IIAI'L IN CORN. ! Joe Drees. Phone'.IKlti. 21-'J21-.'il|i WANTED: BAR TENDER FOR 1 night work, steadv job. Dial '21W2 | or 231S). ' 'JJ-aao -'Jte | «0 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age as to 45, with good car. 5100 to start. Write P. O. Box 46(i. 21-12:1-He FOR SALE: SIEtiLER OIL III IIVKIt. I'hone 44S!). 51-221-:ite BOY WANTED TO HELP WITH clean up work Saturdays. Apply in person Carroll Bakery. 21-219-3tc Female Help Wanted 22 COOK WANTED: 715 NO. CARROLL. Phone 9554. Henrietta Holstein. 22-2 Hi-tfc WANTED: RELIABLE KITCHEN slaff for the Burke Motor Inn. Inquire Robert Wright. Dial 3551. 22-2t6-6tc TYPIST For 14 week's work. Must be experienced. 40-hour week Pleasant working conditions. APPLY Mr. Barnes Staff Room St. Anthony Hospital PHONE 11414 22-2lli-tfc YES, NOTHING DOES A BETTER job of cleaning carpets in any • shampoo applicator, or with long; handle brush, than Blue Lustre. MaU_Furnlturo Co. _51-221-ltc I'SED 8 I'C. WALNI'T DINING room suite, 875.00. Matt Furniture. Co. 5l-220-2tcl Lake View and Crestland Tie a marker in the first period, In the third quarter Lanny Derry intercepted a Bagley pass. Joe Lawrence threw a key block that took three Bagley players out of the way and Derry sprinted 70 yards for a touchdown. In the final quarter, Bruce Calder recovered a fumble and ran three yards for the final counter. Bagley was unable to penetrate DLMSO.N — The Denison Mon- . ., ,. „.. , .. , , , j , , , •jii inside Bavard s 20 yard line archs yielded a touchdown in the 1 1 . final three minutes of play and i _ .. had to settle for a 7-7 tie against 9 CDeNine (Continued from Page H „.„,.,. . , ,,. , „ . Mapleton here Friday on a muddy EARL\ — Lake \ lew and Crest- f, Q ^ WING AND SON PIANO FOR SALE. Phone :tOIHi. 51-220-. - Hc USED 12 FT, FREEZER. EXC Ellen t, priced to sell. Gambles in . . . Carroll. 5i-2H)-:tic 1 sioti kick was wide. WE HAVE V GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Heires __ElcctrU\ Til-l!l7-tfc GIANT 15 CI. FT. CORONADO borne freezer SIW H5. i»nlv S5.00 down. Gambles. 51-111-1 fc land wrapped up all the scoring in ; Tho M on archs tallied first in the him that the profit motive is a nec- the second quarter as they battled lhird quartor as stan Nicholas, essarv part of bringing Russian to a 6-b tie here Friday night, quarter-back, faked beautifully on agriculture up to anything ap- Lake View scored first as Alan the belly series and slipped around J proaching American agricultural Kruthoff ran 25 yards for the , the right side of his line on a 59 ) production tally, but Wayne Smidt's conver- 1 yard touchdown jaunt. Jim Moeller | But Synhorst said thai is a for- plungcd for the extra point. | lorn hope. "The primary thing we Late in the fourth, Mapleton's 1 can impress upon Mr. Khrush- utility and commercial cows chev," he said, "is the scope and ; largely _16.00-18.50_. utility and com Late in the second quarter. Crest- Chicago Livestock CHICAGO <AP> — (USDA) — Here is a summary of the hog, cattle and sheep markets for the week with estimated receipts for today: Hogs 100; for the week at the close a 30 head lot of No 2 208 lbs with expected high carcass yield brought 14.25. Other sales ranged downward from 14.00 with No 2 and 3 and No 3 240-280 lbs along with No 1, No 2 and mixed No 1 and 2 200-230 lb weights at 13.75-14.00. Mixed No 2 and 3 and No 1, 2 and 3 190-230 lbs brought 13.50-13.85. Mixed grades No 1 to 3 300-400 lb sows closed at 11.2512.75, mixed No 2 and 3 400-550 lbs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 100: for the week: Over 25 loads high choice to mostly prime 1,050-1,440 lb slaughter steers 29.25-30.00. Most loads choice and mixed choice and prime steers 27.50-29.00, mostly choice over 1,125 lb weights late down to 27.00, several loads high choice and prime 1,450-1,500 lb steers 28.00-28.25, some high choice steers under 1,200 lbs sold up to 28.50, loadlots mixed good and choice steers 1,12.5 lbs down 27.00-27.25, choice 1,000 lb weights at 27.50 carrying a good grade end, most standard and good steers 24.00-20.75, few late down to 23.50. Mixed choice and prime heifers 27.25-28.50, late bulk good to high choice heifers 24.75-26.75 posal. he suggested: Let's take our armies, navies, air forces, nuclear weapons, military rockets, military schools, and toss them on the scrap heap. Complete disarmament, by treaty and under strict international control, the Soviet Premier said, is the "lever by which mankind could be stopped from backsliding into the abyss of war." The reaction to this proposal was about what you would expect: Officials from Communist nations cheered, those from other nations were either skeptical or cautious. Many Moods As everyone knows by now. Mr. K is a man of many moods and parts. He used and played them all Friday. In the morning, at Hyde Park, where he laid a wreath on the grave of President Franklin D. Roosevelt, he was solemn and restrained. In the afternoon, when he met a leading exponent and beneficiary of the capitalist system, Gov. Nelson A. Rockefeller of New York, he mixed it up. Or, to use Rockefeller's account "He is serious, then he is gay, but always with a very keen look coming out of his eyes." Sees Wall Street Later, Mr. K. was busy whipping around lower Manhattan, taking a brisk view of Wall Street. Khrushchev, who often has used Wall Street as a whipping boy, treated the famous street kindly. 'What can you say when you get a view of only a few minutes from the window of a car?" he asked. "If I said anything, that would be thinking up something and I don 't want to do that." Khrushchev stopped to visit the Empire State Building, the world's largest skyscraper. There he took a shot of brandy, which Lrought forth one of the few English words he knows. "Okay, Okay," said Mr. K. He wound up his day back at the U.N.. guest at a dinner given by Secretary General Dag Ham- marskjold. Two hundred anti-Communist pickets chanted "murderer" as Khrushchev arrived at U.N. head' MARK DOWL1NG (Times lirritld Ni'»< Scnlci'i LAKE CITY - Funeral services for Mark Dowling, 65, Lake City, will be Monday, Sept. 21. at 2 p.m. at tho Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. The Rev. William Green, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, will officiate. Burial, in charge of the Lake City American Legion Post, will be in Lake City Cemetery. Mr. Dowling died Friday at Mo- Vay Memorial Hospital in Lake City. He had been in ill health for about six months. He was a farmer, a member of the Masonic Lodge, and a veteran of Warold War I. At the time of his death he was adjutant of the American Legion, Lake City Post No. 31. His parents and three brothers preceded him in death. Surviving are one brother, P. L. Dowling, Lake City, and a number of nieces and nephews. CHRISTOPHER PETERSEN (Times Hemic - NOMPI Service) MANNING — Funeral services for Christopher Petersen, 79, of Manning will be held in the Ohde Funeral Home, Manning, at 2 p.m. Monday with burial in the Manning cemetery. The Rev. G. B. Eschenbacher of Zion Lutheran Church will officiate. Mr. Petersen died at the home of his son William Petersen in Manning early Friday morning after a long Ulness. He vas born in Denmark January 17, 1880, coming to the United States at the age of 11 to join his father who had come here previously. He lived on a farm near Fiscus and attended Audubon County schools. He farmed until 1915 when he came to Manning where he was employed as an engineer at the Manning Creamery Company until 1950. On May 7. 1907 he was married at Audubon to Dora Hagedorn who passed away on September 27, 1926. Also preceding him in death were his parents and a half brother. Surviving are his son, daughter-in-law and granddaughter Kay of Manning and the following half brothers and sisters: Mrs. Dave Anderson (Millie), Red Deer, Alberta, Canada; Casner, Washburn, N.D.; Emery, Underwood, N.D.; Elmer, Sidney, Mont.; Mrs. Alvina Melby, Milltown, Wis.; and Mrs. John Anderson (Stella), Whittier, Calif. For Sale land knotted the count on a 30 I Vernon Campbell ran 14 yards on yard pass play from Gauger to ] a double reverse to tally the touch- Olson. A plunge for the vital extra down and McClachey got the tie point was no good j point on a plunge. Penalties hamstrung the Black! Dt ' nison losl SIX fumhk " s in tho 55 NIGHT WAITRESS WANTED. .MM I DuncaiO'aullne's Cafe. 'J'J-'JHl-:ilc 1 WANTED: WAITRESS, IS.M'ERl- i enced or inexperienced. Inquire. Burke Motor Inn. Robert Wright. 1 2'J-200-tfc AM LEAVING i OR SERVICE, WILL toward a tie - breakei sell 19511 llarlev Davidson 15 Motorcycle. A-l condition. With accessories. I'hone .'1 oil s Arcadia. 1 •• No. and 1 mi. west, Arcadia. Uale l.udwig, Westsule. 5;V220-:up GO CART COMET DEALER FOR Carroll County ••Hottest" on wheels. Demonstrated ai Roselle Hall Park. Art llulsinn, Carroll, Iowa. I'hone HU'15. 55-219-lil p CHANGE Fl RNACE FILTERS NOW. l(i\2ll, 7-le: 15\'Jn, Sl'c. lo\2l). S2c. lr;\'25, S!lc. Dices Heating Co. Carroll, low a. .WJlfl-iilr Hawks in the second half. And a fumble thwarted a Crestland drive Mathiades drove to the Lake View 20 with a recovered kick off fumble at the start of the third quarter and was finally hauled down by defensive stalwart Smidt. Then Crestland fumbled away the opportunity. Bill McKinley and Kruthoff led the Hawks on ollense. strength of our agriculture." j mercial bulls 21.50-23.50, good and And Garst, a firm advocate of choice veaiers 32.00-34.00, stand- tlie American farm system, ap- j ard veaiers 2(5.00-32.00. , , , parently doesn't plan lo make Sheep none: lor the week: Bulk mud while Mapleton lost only one. nnicn of a point of the proli , mo . ] oi lhe fc , 00() an(J choJce m . m [b live in talking wilh Khrushchev, j spring slaughter lambs sold from He says Mr. K is coming to! 20.00-22.00, few high choice and Iowa to learn about corn and cat- mixed choice and prime 22.50- tlc, and Garst is prepared lo give -2z. 75. Several shipments choice 85- him all the answers. Garst be- j !>•> lb shorn spring lambs No 1 and lie\es that well-fed Russians will 2 pelts 21.00, cull to utility spring be less dangerous than Russians living on an unbalanced diet. Houses for Sale Art Reinarts Move 63 Info Their New Home and Mrs. Art Reinart and WAITRESS WANTED: $10 PER! week. No Sundays. Apply in per-, son. Hwy. Cafe. 22-213-Ifc | FOR SALE: :» \- » ll.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection lo choose from, iiei'ote you bu\ or sell, call children have moved from the res- i'-hone'^. Wulkup ilt -" i, ,i3 _a?V-t t ri- ido,K ' e at 902 North Adiims Stn ' ot to their newly-purchased home at Mr. Chicago Cleveland New York West; Den-oil Baltimore These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought 1738 Salinger Avenue. For Your Club or Private Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodations for 50 People FamUy Stylo Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAMS CARROLL THKATRK STARTS SUNDAY "ANATOMY Of A MURDKIV with lames Stewart STARLINE BALLROOM Western lown's Finest Saturday, Sept, 10 MORRIIC POVVKRS and His Bel Airs Tuesday, Sent. 22 Tony Bradley and 11 is Orch. You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll YOU'LL BE WISE, and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads lo 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 FOOTBALL SCORES By The Associated Press Ames 27, Newton 0 Ananiosa IB, Maquoketa (J Atlantic 39, Corning B Burlington 28, Muscatine 0 Centerville 7, Leon 0 Cherokee 33, Sheldon 13 Charles City 7, Cedar Falls (i Clear Lake 21, Alfjona 0 Clarinda 21. Yillisca 0 Creston 14. Shenandoah 0 Decorah 20, Oelwein 0 Dcs Moines East 311. Dos Moines Lincoln 0 Dos Moines Roosevelt Des Moines Valley l> Des Moines Tech 13, Fort Dodge Boston 0 Kansas City Estherville 20, Emmetsburg 13 Washington Fairfield 18, Tama 13 Glenwood 18, Red Oak 6 Grinnell 13, Oskaloosa 0 Iowa City U. High 31). Wapello 0 Iowa Falls 7, Eagle Grove 0 Marion 34, Manchester 13 Marshalltown 14, Boone 12 Mason City 14, Des Moines North (i Monticello 2(1, Independence 0 Mount Pleasant 27, Knoxville 0 Sioux City East 2(i, Sioux City Heelan 25 Spirit Lake 19, Sibley 6 State Center 14, Nevada 0 Waterloo East 23, Dubuque Wall- lei'l H \Ya\crly i'b, New Hampton 0 Mitchell- (Continued from Page 1) to halt the strike, greeted Mitchell with a low swell of boos. But Mitchell sailed into his talk and declared he believed steel industry leaders were naive and short-sighted if they expected a Taft-Hartley injunction to achieve strike settlement. Instead, Mitchell declared, the industry risks distasteful legislation from Congress should the strike renew after the 80-day period. "When Congress resumes in January it will be a political Congress on the eve of national con- quarters, but he gave no sign helventions and there will have to heard them. He may not have, since police kept them at a distance, and the 40 automobiles and 100 motorcycles in the cavalcade made quite a din. By the time the dinner ended, the pickets had left. Earlier in the day, when Khrushchev left the U. N. after his disarmament address, 400 pickets staged the first demon* stration of the Premier's visit. Shouting "murderer" and waving placards, they surged on police lines. Two of the demonstrators were arrested. Arms Plan- (Continued from Page 1) MAJOR LEAGUES By The Associated Press American League W. I.. Pet. 9 viet leader's proposals as a big step forward. Suspicions were widespread among other diplomats at the U.N. and in the non-Communist world capitals. Khrushchev told the General Assembly in a 65-minute speech "the ambs 12 00-18.50. Good and mixed! essence of our proposals is that good and choice 95-116 lb shorn; over a period of four years all yearlings 17.00-18.25. Cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.50. G.B. 85 71 711 till (52 57 112 73 75 7li 77 113 85 .1115 .578 .503 .-190 .483 .47(1 .432 .422 Sr. Dorothy Visits Franciscan Schools Sunday Games Boston at New York Baltimore at Washington Cleveland at Kansas City Detroit at Chicago 5' 2 Ki'ai Sr. M. Dorothy, community su- 184 | pervisor of the Franciscan Sisters 19'•- of Perpetual Adoration, LaCrosse, 20'/a | Wis., concluded a visitation at St. 27 I Lawrence School Saturday and 2tl l 2 will visit other Franciscan schools j of Carroll County in the coming weeks. National League W. L. Pet. G.B. San Francisco 82 84 .562 — Los Angeles 80 00 .548 2 Milwaukee . 80 (>(> .548 2 Pittsburgh . 75 72 .510 7'.i! Cincinnati 72 7(i .486 11 Chicago 70 76 .479 12 St. Louis W 80 .452 16 Philadelphia <il 86 .415 21 '.2 states should effect complete disarmament and should no longer have any means of waging war. "At the disposal of states there should remain only strictly limited contingents of police with small arms to maintain internal order." The Soviet Premier gave the impression he holds slim hopes for the success of his sweeping program. He said, "if due to certain reasons" the Western powers won't go along, the Soviet Union has an alternate program. Alternate Plan ,. ., ,, . ., , ., i, i His alternate .plan sounded like D !"^!!L N,,cn, .!. , J L :.^ t w ^!the Soviet Union's old program IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By The Associated Press Sept. 19, 1959 Sept. 19, 1958 460 397 Sunday Games Milwaukee at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Chicago at St. Louis Los Angeles at San Francisco al Si. Lawrence conferring with members of the faculty. A general faculty meeting was held after school Friday to discuss the primary purpose of the school, which she defined as "Christian intellectual formation of the child" and the philosophy of the school curriculum. She will spend next week at SS. Peter and Paul School, later visiting St. Joseph School and other schools of the county. Mr. and Mrs. Art Rogers attended the wedding of Mr. Rogers' KAINBOW INSTALLATION (Tlmi'H llcrnld Ninvt Sen Ice) SCRANTON — Barbara McCullough, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roger McCullough, will be install- and called for: 1. Creation of a zone inspection, control and "reduction of foreign troops" in Western Europe. ?.. Creation of an atom-free, zone in Central Europe. 3. Withdrawal of all foreign troops from Europe and liquidation of all foreign bases everywhere. A non-aggression pact between North Atlantic Treaty and Warsaw Treaty countries, 5. An agreement to prevent surprise attack. Khrushehev failed to give ground to meet the West's big objections by declaring that the Soviet Union is against control or- I .ions often hunl in part i e s, called "prides," ol four, five or even as many as 23. ed as worthy advisor of the Scraii' i niece. Charlotte Rogers, and Bill tun Rainbow Assembly al iustalla- 1 gans becoming "organs for the , Schaeler, both ol Fort Dodge, in lion ceremonies Sunday, Sept. 20, collection of intelligence informa- lhe First Methodist Church in Fort at 2 p.m. al the Masonic Hall, (lion in conditions where they Dodge Friday evening. , i The public is invited to attend. ' would be no disarmament." be, if the strike continues, some legislative action," Mitchell said. "Now what kind of action can you visualize? Well, you can visualize legislative action that would be inimical to the best interests of the companies that make steel." Mitchell later told a news conference he intended his assessment as a warning to the steel industry. Mitchell drew mounting applause near the end of his talk. The convention then voted unanimously to collect up to 30 million dollars a month from the AFL-CIO's 12',-s million members to support the steel strikers. Under the plan; all union members will be asked to give one hour's pay a month for the strike's duration. The fund was established as a permanent policy to help finance major strikes in the future. It parallels somewhat strike insurance plans set up in several industries to cushion strike losses. The convention is in recess uu- til Monday morning. cumi MASTERS CHAMPION baiter pkhww oa cbam«a) * to 13 tow aay «*m TV onttnoa mm MMWI Ul m fa** OKMMI Mattar'i CHAMPION today - ** *• yem hoot* MMJU OOdet to *• W itotVw. C^rfl ltdkpy far foil dotatitt* Thii Anttnna "Topi" for Color TV Altol SPORRER'S TV & Appliances 9th »nd Salinger Opan Evanint)* Except Sgndiy

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