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At Carroll Public School- Expect 300 for Teachers Institute Here Monday Between 250 and 300 teachers of i lnce, director of supervision for the public and parochial schools are | State Department of Public Instruc- cxpected here Monday for the Car-Jtion, and B G. Halverson,'county roll County Teacher Institute to be 'superintendent of schools, held here at Carroll Public School j All public and many parochial under auspices of Paul K, Wal- schools of the county will be closed Times Herald, Carroll, la. *§ f% Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1959 | for the day. In the city of Carroll the public schools, Kuompcr High Now! Brand New Acffff I TClf TV at Sporrer's 5-YEAR WARRANTY ON PRINTED CIRCUIT WE SERVICE BRAND NEW Admiral TV Sets As low as $200 flk^l per week BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE GUARANTEED Longest Trades Ever — Easiest Terms TV & APPLIANCES 'We Service All Makes" SPORRER'S 9th and Salinger Open Every Night Except Sunday—Plenty of Free Parking School, St. Joseph, SS. Peter and Paul, and St. Lawrence Schools will be closed while their faculty members attend sessions of the institute. The program will begin with a general assembly in the Carroll High School auditorium at 9 a.m. Dr. Ray Bryan, head of the department of vocational education] Iowa Stale University. Ames, will speak at 9:15 on "How to Be a Pro", and again at 3 p.m. on "Don't Push, Please". Theme of the institute will be "The Master Teacher and Classroom Techniques." At 10-30 a.m., teachers will be divided into discussion groups. Dr. Louise Beltramo of the State University of.Iowa, Iowa City, will lead the kindergarten and first grade group; Faye Sturyer, State University of Iowa, grades two and three; R. Rex Mathes. principal of Clover Hills School. Des Moines, grades four, five and six; Sam Mast of Manning, mathematics; Don Scovel of Carroll, social studies; Ruth Robh of the Gliddcn-Ral- ston School, Knglish and speech; Phllis Young, Carroll, Commercial subjects; Freeman F. Gruber, Car roll, science; Christine Sanders, Manning, homemaking and art; Joe Weed, Glidden-Ralston, industrial arts and agriculture; Karl Ro- gosch, Carroll, music; and Bill Evans, Carroll, physical education. Discussion groups will be dismissed for lunch at noon to reconvene at 1:15 p.m. A 15-minutc recess at 2:45 p.m. will be followed by Dr. Bryan's afternoon address which will be the concluding event of the clay. Adjournment is scheduled for 3:45 p.m. SET FALL BANQUET Date and place of the annual fall banquet of the Carroll Zone of the Lutheran Laymen's League were set at a meeting of the zone board of directors Tuesday night in St. Paul Lutheran Church. The banquet for league members and wives will be held at Manning, November 8. Board members were present at last night's meeting from Coon Rapids, Glidden, Lake City. Auburn, Manning, Arcadia and Carroll. The tommy gun was named for its inventor, Thompson. Final Plans for Farm Bureau Meet Final plans for the annual meeting of the Carroll County Farm Bureau to be held at the Starline ballroom October 22 were made at a committee meeting in the Farm Bureau building Tuesday night. A dinner will be served from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. Each member will be eligible for two free tickets. Reservation cards will be mailed October 7 to be returned to the Farm Bureau office by October 14. Wayne Smith, sales director for the Farm Bureau Insurance Company, will be the principal speaker. A new treasurer, secretary and voting delegate will be elected; officers of the Women's Committee will be ratified; and new directors chosen in several townships will be confirmed. Annual reports will bo given by officers and staff members and resolutions will be presented for adoption. Musical entertainment is planned and door prizes will be given. Members of the committee arc Floyd Schlorhollz, Kniest township, chairman; Roger Snyder and Lawrence Krausc, Jasper township. At tending the meeting exofficio were Ralph Bock, Richland township, president: Ivan Dull and Bob Griffith of the county Farm Brueau staff. Form Program Highlights From the Carroll County A.S.C. Office Since the soybean harvest »is practically here, we have several items pertaining to the sealing of soybeans. A change from last year is that the wife must sign the producer's note when sealing soybeans in a warehouse and will have to sign both the producer's note and chattel mortgage when sealing soybeans on the farm. Therefore, please pass this information on to your friends and neighbors as it will help them to get their sealing money sooner. Remember — anytime you seal any grain the spouse has to sign the papers before the proceeds of the loan are disbursed. The following storage deductions are made when soybeans arc sealed in an elevator or warehouse. This storage rate is determined by the day that the soybeans arc placed in the warehouse. Aug. 30 to Sept. 20, 12 cents; Sept. 21 to Oct. 12. 11 cents; Oct. 13 to Nov. 3, 10 cents; Nov. 4 to Nov. 25, 9 cents; Nov. 26 to Dee. 17, 8 cents; Dec., 18 to Jan. 8, 7 cents; Jan. 9 to Jan. 30, 6 cents; Jan. 31, 5 cents. The following moisture premiums apply to the 1959 crop of soybeans; 12.2 or less, 4 cents; 12.3 to 12.7 incl., 3 cents; 12.8 to 13.2 incl., 2 cents: 13.3 to 13.7 incl., 1 cent; 13.8 to 14.0 incl., 0 cent. If the foreign material is one per cent or less, a premium of two cents per bushel is paid. Therefore, it will be to your benefit to have clean, dry beans. These premiums are applied at the time a warehouse loan is made. In the case of soybeans sealed on the farm, the premiums arc applied when the soybeans are delivered to the government. If there is any question in regard to scaling soybeans, please let us know. The deadline for sealing soybeans or obtaining a purchase agreement is January 31, 1969. * * * This fall is an excellent time to spread limestone. If you have a soil test that shows a need for lime, the Federal Government will share the cost of spreading the lime. Before you have any time thai is needed spread on your farm, be s\iro to sign a request for cost sharing at the ASC office. We have several men available to as- I sist you in taking soil samples so that a lime and fertilizer analysis can be obtained. We Give S&H Green Stamps More Food at Less Cost Always! M Angel Food CAKES ea PEACHES-APRICOTS or MIXED FRUIT....... w c - 4 SL $1 POWDERED or BROWN SUGAR 8°-$1 CANNED OYSTERS ^ Cans ^1 Juice Drinks 5 Cans $l Orange Orange-Pineapple Orange-Grapefruit Mix or March Canned Vegetable SALE GREEN BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN PORK & BEANS "UTTER BEANS RED KIDNEY BEANS SPINACH BEETS PEAS KRAUT HOMINY NAVY BEANS SPAGHETTI CHILI BEANS K>4 FREE Libbey Safedge Juice Glasses This coupon expires Sat., Sept 26. Coupon No. 8 of a Set of 8 |o4 Name •j ^jP Address 1 coupon per family each week Adults Only TOMATO JUICE — „ — ...46-oz. 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