Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 23, 1959 · Page 13
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Announcements CARD OF THANKS Up to 2B words Ail over 25 words — $1.50 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inch... Additional Insertions.. 51.CO 11.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. riav of 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 _. 8 Cents _15 cents 24 cents I'TSSINfJ WON'T Y1X IT!— CAl.X, us. Guaranteed professional T.V. Service. Complete stock parts nnd tubes. Prompt calls, moderate prices, guaranteed service. Phone 9513, Sporrer'H T.V. 6-222-6tc One day, per word Three days, per word- Six days, per worcL Announcements STORY & CLARK TIANOS, BUK- sher Band Instruments. See us before you buy! Holley's House. 1 blk. west and 6 blks. north of the post office. 1127 North Carroll St., Carroll, Iown. Dial 2560. 6-224-Btp DIAL 3(188 FOR FRESH CUT Ff.OW- IMS for anv occasion. Ann's Flower and OUt Shop. 6-222-24t,c BEITER'S MARKET ' FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS Choice fills Beef Roast Lb. JJ^ Tender, Cube • Minute Steak Lb. U^V- Itomc Made Bologna Lb. 59c Lean Spare Ribs 2 Lbs. Tenclcrl/.ecl, Smoked Picnic Ham L n. 35c Wilson's Bacon s .... 49c Wilson's All Meat Wieners ce iio!,"_'. 59c Lean Pork Roast u, 41c Tender Veal Roast 55c WE DELIVER Sliced or Halves Peaches 2 75c Whole Kernel or f renin Com 2 cans 39c Grapefruit 2i b ». 25c Wax Beans 2 cans 39c FULL LINE FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES New Crop, Sweet Potatoes 3 n„. 25c 18-224-ltc ATTENTION Wc invite you to attend our Allis Chalmers Corn Picker Service School ADJUSTMENTS—OPERATIONS RECONDITIONING—CHANGES Coffee - Donuts Fri. Nite, Sept. 25 8:00 p. m. FARM & HOME STORE 6-223-2tc - - - - ^ 7 Business Services 14 STARTER. nKXRRATOR. MAO- ncto and Ignition repair for your tractor, cur or truck. Kelnurt Service, across atrtet west of Safeway, Ph 2126. H-l-O-tfc Lost LO.sT: BliALTY UKST BOX BPKfNfJ mattress, between Carroll and Coon Kaplds, August 27. Reward Rev. Weslev Wilson, "~~ 1 (|R. Loans Coon Itap- 7-221-3lp 12 I'KHSOXAI. LOANS II' TO $.100.00. I'roinpl lociil servlrc. Communltv I.nan Service, Carroll. 12-209-Uc I'DUSONAL LOANS UP TO $5(1(1— Loans anil Installment flnnnclnc— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltr FREE CAR WASH With Lubrication and Oil Change NEW MUD & SNOW TIRES Nylon Tubcless and Tube Type Plus Excise Tax and Rccappablc Tire 750x14 — $19,36 670x15 — 819.36 670X15 —$17.34 complete Line of Accessories BRAKES RELINED • Cities Service Gasolines • Cities Service Lubricants • Walker Mufflers We Give Gold Bond Skimps MAYER CITIES SERVICE Carroll 224-He Farm Machinery 33' Building Supplies 47 Used Cars A Trucks 71 SI'KOIAJL LOW PHICBS ON .IOIIN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and I (elder boxes, Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Check our grices before buying. Schenkel berg impl. Co. 33-162-lte 8 USED 220 PICKERS: 5 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IMC 24 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmeri mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schcnkelberg Impl. Co. . 88-209-tfo SPECIAL SALE 5-TON WAGON HOIST STOP \\l\TI;lt IV I N l> s WITH went he is I lipping, e c I I ii u I ;i s s, cuulklng compound. Insulation, roofing, Wc have both wood ,ni.| aluminum combination storm windows and doors, ("heck our prices. Kanne Lumber nnd Supply Plume 4.173. 17-223-."ilc $75.88 Hwy. 30 West, CARROLL WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. 33-224-Gtc Pets 46 l-<m SAI.K: 8 YOINC, Willi i: Domestic rabbits ,loe While, llll No. | Main, Dial 'HVi'y l(i-__ l-.'ile I Household Goods 51 Seeds & Feeds 34 SUP CITTINO AI.IAI.I'A HAY I'Olt sale. Phone 2-110, linlbur. :tl _'JM-_te wi; HAM-: ,\ (ioon SKI.KCTION OI refrlceiators, lunges and used electrical appliances. n.iu . Metres Electric. .-.l-HiT-Hc GIANT in VV. IT. COIHIXAIKI home freezer . si'.iiiiCi. onlv jo.oO down. tiliniOles ."il-lll-tle t'sKit in' x I•;• IWI,I.I»! run, verv good, .frill. no. Mall Kin -j nlture Co. ."il-22-1-21 c \ VOI SAVEIt AMI Sl.AVKIt KOK wall to wall caipel. Keep It new with Hlue Lustre. Mall Kurnlture Co. 51-22-1-1 tc (INK vi;.\K out i KK.iD.Miti; iti:- fl Jperalor, i rposscsscd, lake over 1 balance. Spoiler s TV and Appliance. ril-22-l-.itc Mill SAI.K: (OKONAIXt Oil. SPACE healvr, tbermnstut and blower, like new. Older Wards space healer, lied Stuillo-hed davenport, (.mill londition. Dial lls'v .v,-__ i-:ue HERE IS WHERE TO STOP FOR THE BETTER USED CARS 1958 Fairlane 4-door Ford. Automatic shift, like new. 1957 Chevrolet Hoi-Air. 4-door, automatic low mileage. shift, Good Things to Eat 18 DKIJCIOl'S API Phone 40-10. •LI;S FOK SAI.K. lb-222-3tc Business Services 14 WHITE I.KAIt HOPSK PAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment e .Vi Whltelead, 15'-,» t'ltanlum. Joes Paint, Center. M-133-ltc (J1I.MP1.KTI-: TV & ItADIO SEHVICK on all makes, mci. car radios. Prompt. Ueasonuble. Qualified technician. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9.'!t;3. _ 14-9li-tfc CUSTOM MAI)K WINDOW SHADES. Cehrkes shade A.- Blind Co. 622 West 15th St., Carroll, Iowa. Phone 2737. 1 1-223-4tp VENETIAN * VEKTIC.VL BLINDS made to order. Free Kstlmates. Also Venetian blind cleaning and repairing Phone 27:i". Cehrkes Shade and Blind Co., (i22 West 151)1 St.. Carroll, Iowa. VI-223-4tp PKTK IIAs ,M'ST UKT1 IIMll) FIIO.M Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhurt Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc ST0CKER & FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, SEPT. 25 Starting at 1:00 P. M. 3500 CATTLE 3500 OPERATION - RANGE TO CORN 1100 Cattle First of it's kind ever to be developed in Corn Belt Auction Marketing. A train load of cattle direct from a urn up of Colorado ranchers whose names and brands arc listed below. Here is an opportunity for the Corn Bolt feeder to meet and visit with Colorado ranchers on your home ground as every rancher will be here to represent his own cattle This is the greatest thing that ever happened for both the Corn Belt feeder and the Western rancher, meeting one another on common ground. Wc invite you to bo here Friday, Sept. 25 and participate and buy in this great event. Following is a list of consignments for this sale: WALTER E. LOCKHARD, Akron, Colo.. Brand Slash 5D—160 Hereford steers, 675 lbs., 90 Hereford heifers, 650-700 lbs. EVERETT LAMBERTSON. Akron, Colo. Brand 0 Open A Quarter Circle—40 Hereford steers, wt., 750 lbs., 60 Hereford heifers, 670-725 lbs. EI.DON GRAY, Akron, Colo., Brand Lazy R. Quarter Circle, 41 Hereford steers weighing 775 lbs. HORN BROS., Akron, Colo.. Brand Quarter Circle Reverse U, 250 Hereford steers, \vt„ 700 lbs., 35 Hereford heifers, \vt„ 675 lbs. BOB DIAMOND, Akron, Colo., Brand SO (Connected) 68 Hereford steers wt., 725 lbs., 112 Hereford heifers, wt„ 700 lbs. •IOIIN CAMPBELL. Akron, Colo., Hereford steers and heifers, wt. Brand Diamond A Bar. 126 600-750 lbs. The above cattle will be loaded on Monday, Sept. 21, and arrive in Humboldt on the night of Sept. 22. They are coming on a special train without a stop. Will be in our yards Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for your inspection. ALSO CONSIGNED LOWING: FOB THIS .UVTION ARE THE FOl* 300 Choice Hereford steer calves, 400-475 lbs. 250 Choice Hereford heifer calves, 400-475 lbs. 250 Choice Angus steer and heifer calves. 400-500 lbs. 225 Choice North Dakota Hereford steers and heifers, 425475 lbs. 21 Choice Montana Angus boilers, 625 lbs 40 Good North Dakota Hereford heifers, (i()0 lbs. 59 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 600 lbs. 124 Choice Kansas Hereford steers, 650-750 lbs 207 Choice Kansas Hereford steers, 625-725 lbs 74 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 725-750 lbs. 42 Choice Montana Angus steers, 650 lbs. 27 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 800 lbs 40 Good North Dakota Hereford steers, 650-700 lbs. 60 Choice Wyoming Horeford steers, 600-625 lbs. 65 Choice Wyoming Hereford steers, 800-850 lbs. 50 Good Hereford steers, 825-850 lbs Also expect several hundred cattle in addition to ihe above listings. Here is an outstanding offering of choice quality, one brand yearling cattle that will suit any feeder. Many of these yearlings carry through billings to Eastern Points If you want and need cattle, come to Humboldt this Friday. COME TO HUMBOLDT THIS FRIDAY HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. HUMBOLDT, IOWA Bvron C. Hayes, Manager — Phone 113; Res. 908 4 I-224-1 te XI'TIIKNA i:«i(; i i;i:n SAI.K . s .von per ton off on all concent ra I es and Supplements. S3.00 per ton: off on Complete Keg Rations. Sale enils Sat. Sept. 2(j. Farmers Cm in and Co. 34-222-Uc roit g ' Plume I s |-;n | onilllli ill, 42MI. IIOMIIOXK reasonable .V>-224-3tC Wanted to Buy 53 1957 Buick 4-door Special, automatic shift. 1956 Buick Special, 2-door sedan, automatic shift. Khrushchev- (Continued from Page l) 7 other good used cars. 1957 GMC Pick-up 1 ii Ton. New. Livestock for Sale 41 1958 Chev. Pick-up 'i Ton, Long whcelbase, long box, 4-speed transmission. I'OOIt KKCKI'TION? CAIX IS FOIt guaranleed professional service on all makes of Television or Mading. Prompt calls, moderate prices. Coast-to-Coast Store. 14-222-Ktc Poll AM. GASOLINE ENUINK lawn mower repair, call or see Keinart Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 212ii. Vl -«;."i -t I'c (iiti;i'.TiN(i r.\iu>s—i.Ait(.r>T M;- lection. cards for all occasions A llallmaik card from um mean* more If it's Krcetlng cards it's at ( .Stone Printing Co n-l2.vtic KXIMHT PIANO TfXIMi, I.AWIt- ence Ilolley. Enjoy a Delicious T-Bone Steak Tonight After You Bowl — Alter the Dance — After the Show STOP AT Pauline's Cafe ljyo.n t c Male Help Wanted 21 HOI J i: MAN, i ;>TAiu .i.Mii:i» Ti:u- liloiy, home nights, experience not "necessarv. Kain while vou learn. Contact Mr Cill !Mo North Carroll St. Wednesday, Sept 23 iit S p.m. ' 21-223-21C I'OK SAI.K: I'l KKKIIKI) SPOTTKD hoars. Albert Wenck, 2 miles No. and 2 east. Carroll. 41-221-6lp III HOC ItOAItS VAC. FOH C'HOI,- eiii. Hangs and Lento. At Farm ]'• north of Curroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc I'lAMI'sliiHK HO A IIS. HID, 1*. I.esle, Auburn 41-220-tfc I'Oll SAI.K: 1 FIRST CALF IIOL- .slem hellers. Norbert lluplper. 41-218-1 fc sMXI.I. HI II DIM. Oil IK Ml.Kit suitable tin ci m st | ui t loll I i" • i d office. I'honc 2:is.( :>:<-222-:stc For Sale 55 WANTKO: M\\ KOK work. Carroll Creamery •' •KANT .'•.M-:itc MEN for outside retail sales positions in appliances and furniture . . . present carninu opportunity excellent and future possibilities depend on your interest in develop- iiv, yourself . be ambitious and have a phasing pcrson- y ... experience not neees- i . . . car essential. KOK SAI.K: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Krvsipelas. Wayne Hannlnger. 3 west. 3?i north. Manning. 41-206-tfc I.AN'DRAC'K BOARS. EDWARD P. Brincks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SAJ.K: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt, Ulldclen. 41-209-tfc FOR SAI.K: 40 REGISTERED SPOT- ted Poland China boars, ton quality, vaccinated. Herbert Klocke, •J 1 '... miles south east of Templeton. 41-21H-2tc CAMELS. I.l< Kll.s AMI ALL KEO. Cigaicttes 2 1c pk. oi I for 94c. Chili lev s Place. .">."i -2 1S-1U' CO CART CO MKT DK\I.KK FOR Cairoll Counts. "Ilotlest" on wheels Demonst rated at Koselle Hall Piitk Art llulsing. Carroll, Iowa. Phone :to:i.Y ,"i-2lii-til|i CIIANCK II KNACK lll.TKKS NOW. 10x20. 71c. l.i\2ll, S2c: lti\20. 82c: 1iix2 ."i. SI'c, Drees lleiiting Co. Ciinoll. Iowa. FOR SAI.K: fi I.OOI) Klnes. l to :i Ml', ai and In A-l i-ondttion. at S lO.i in (isiai Mm 40" Colorado, phone -21P-btc I si;i) | N"\ el ha II led ! 1 'rues st a it i re. Cliddcn.l ()I. it-:i0S2 ! .V>-22l-.'lt p ' FOR SAI.K: SCHOOL Ill's, i'l II- nlshed f "t living ou.nlers. See Mrs. Ira Toms, l.ancshoro. 22 1-Mtp 1958 International \'i Ton pick-up, like new. Jeep Pick-up 4-wheel drive. Jeep Pick-up 2-whcel drive. STRUVE MOTOR CO. Buick & Jeep Dealer Manning, Iowa 71-224-3tc 1 XL T' m " Mti-afd, C «rro !l, J«. I celery and %XffX\ onfnn.1, ripi And | 3 W«dn»id «y, Sept. 23, 1959 green olives find dill pickles. Corn pudding. Apple pie nnd cheese. Assorted breads. Coffee. Mrs. Garst provided the tomatoes, potatoes, cticumhers. pep« , pets and corn from her own gar*, den, She also put up the picklcu. Th,e rest of the food was pro», pared by Des Moines caterers and 1 trucked here in special vans, The bread included a special White • type liked by Russians. Cedar Rapids sent over some prize COncord grapes. There were 175 persons on the guest list, too many for even such hospitable people as the Garsts to do all the cooking. Three Junior Leaguers from Dos Moines helped with tho serving: Mrs. Hal Chase, Mrs. William R. Prouty and Mrs, Philip Dorff. There was also a bar, Impartially serving vodka, scotch and' bourbon. Oh yes, the church ladies of Coon Rapids fixed some ham sandwiches for the press. The flies arrived one hour before the Khrushchevs, buzzing the white tablecloths inside the lent and an outside table by the swimming pool. In an effort to prevent further attacks, the caterers sprinkled "double action" fly flakes on the grass. The idea was for the files to eat the flakes and die. Auto Service 75 Room for Rent 60 UK SUGGEST—HAVE YOUII CAR- luirelor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhurt Automotive Service. 75-222-ttc Livestock Wanted 43 GAMBLES 21 222 :Uc siitiriM. ill i \V II low II FOK KENT: with shmvci. son. Dial !>{)•;. Houses for Sale ItOOM Ulc pc'i- i -'J'Jl-tfc 63 FOK SALE KV new 3 bedroom New cnrpetlng. clipboards, full OWNKK: N K A It smith siilc home, till' ii.ilh. lurch 1 1 ; t v i • i n i - n 1. 1 1 1 • 111 > 1 1 1 EnniRe. Smnll ilovv n p.-iymcnt. assume new I'llA !n;iii .mil I .;IVC high, cost of loan ami • losing costs j Call -110-1 for appointment o.t-'J'J l-.'llc Female Help Wanted 22 •sKCKK'l' \KV h.iiul. ' -. pn I ns II i ,i le e \\ AN I 1.1): g llri'i'sM I \ A gem > Si I OUT- Kralosk.i •-'J-'JZt-.'ttc If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. Building Supplies 47 LUMBER SPECIALS l^r'rnent for Rent 65 I'OK (. K N K K A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co Dial 4393. and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial Hl.fJ. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 NKAK NEW :<-m>KM MM Til SIIIK house. Owner I- I 1 .insfel I ed and wants to sc.! now- Caipeted living rm ami ball. Tiled hath. Kirch flni-heit kitibi-n '1 •• a i garage New l-'l I A Ii i a 11 In- as- sinned with sin. i 'l ili 'wn p:iv merit theieliv MI ,ng • .•-mu i"-'-- .lohri Cnum i:.'..' l -'-t.i 'e i ..'!-o 'j :!-oic SI.K VIII K OLD RELIABLE BUICK- 1'oiitlae dealer before yuu ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 70-194-tfc TKAOK KOK A NEW '.^9 FOKO AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Hill Uuigess Motor Co. 7li-28-l-tfc Sale Date Claimed FOK SAI.I-:: • \ :i It.It. IIOMKS. \\K have a nn i' se.ection to i house from Me I • i| e \ oil bin- or sell, call lis \V 'I.. a \\ all-.ilp * Heal l-Nlate I'honc '-'o'J'i ii.'l-'JIT-ttc H Willi: NH.IIT lllsll H Asllllt. • i niglils a week A |'|iv I'aslno Cafe •i'J-o'ja^fc \\ \NTKI1: WOMI.-S TO WOKK IN |a in CSMII g I )i-pl 1 liiineil late f 111 - plovnicnt Applv in pels, in ocmna K Is Co 'jo-o'j.'l-litc l.lltl. W \NTI-.I): I'AKT TIM I.. I.OOI) 1 1 .i \ ,t |i;i i in pci s, in, 1.i n I'I' 1 n I 1 Ii Ii. I ' a I I i' I !. low.i. '.'•J-'JU'J-.'it i- sq. ft. 10c Each 98c sq. ft. 12c Each 60c Each 80c \\ AITKLss week No son I lu v \\ AN s. Ap| Cafe SID Hatcheries KK j in pel - I ••-M.'l-tfc i 32 I'OK NAI.K: li ular nests, supply lasts West 'on 1 Iw \ \M) III HOI.I Spci-la 1 pi h e llll.- VV ll I !C K in M ' I lat rhei \ .'to Cuioll, Iowa TJ-221- 11 r White Pine Car Siding. 1x4 Red Cedar Car Siding 2x6-6 ft. 2x6-8 ft. CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-222-6tc NKI.O KA It COKN STOKAGE? ISS0 hu. s x '.'i> wood crib only 75.S2 semi-annually for materials. Green Mav Lumber Company. Phone :V2f<5 -17-21S-tfe Sept. 29 - A. F. Wilherdiiifi closing out 1 ai in sale. 1 mile west and 3 miles soulli ol Ureda. Uosi it Grote, Anns Sept 30 llurninn \V. Grote. executor ot l.i//lc Grote Estate, 100 acre Carroll County Farm. 4 miles east, 3 miles south and 1 j mile east of the City of Carroll. Paul (irate, Aucl. Oct. 1-AI Koss Special Dairy Sale, (•aimers Sale barn. Carroll, lovva. Dec. 15 - ,Ioe Oanner, Closing Out - Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on 111- FUKMSIIEIL MOUKKN TKAILKK. \\av 3(1. 1 mile south, I mtlc east and Cement I'atio Graham Tiailer -u south. Byerly & lrlheck, Aucts. Court. Dial U'J'J _ (C>-Iji'.MR' Jan> 7 _ Davc Wicderln, ClosinR Out Sale. Pi miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 smith. cast of Iti-eda. Grote & Hyerly. Aucts. KIAI, 3IIMI. ii.VKI'J-tlc d 2-KKDKOOM Phone oi;i:i APT. lll"> NO. MAIN. 11-1 fc MOUKKN 3-KOOM API. AIK (ON- tlltloneil Dial :VJ'i7 li .i- l.i.'l-tl'c PAKK\ II W API ». APAKIMl \ I » ntslu il in l; l;! u in Bullilmg Dial :n,si \V\II.\KI.E: II H- I Mi N'abti 1 .-•Jl'l-tfc 1 , • lied lowans- (Continttcd from Page 1> FOK IILN T; •I •.'.. 1 APT. ( I.OsK IN DIAL !-j i-:itc SALE Used Bridge Lumber by Carroll County County Garage - Mt. Carmel 9:30 a. m. Sept. 26, 1959 224-2R- FOK KIN I : -MALI. KII(V|' IT.OOK Apt 1 t os \,, Ma ui, I u i nisheil ui' llllt ll i nisbcil I lea I, W a I el a lid g.uage *<V lil v ^ > ^JVjiii'' < Ii Apartment Wanted 66 WW'TKD: TWO IlKDKOOM AIT. .N.ui n - lilt- I 'hone PV'.'s a 11 el -1 on 'J'. 1 l-.'lli Farms for Sale KOK > M.I ( III \P. and ili'iihle g.ii.igr of tow 11 II .1 l.e.iln :i7fiv 67 HOI, HOI sK powerful leader—whether we like it or not." And insurance executive Andrew Luck of Des Moines said, "I'm uli'd to see him over here. We ought lo see what The man looks like and let him see our set up. I think Khrushchev has the couniHe of his convictions." D PS Moines tavern operator H. 11. Klemins said the Russian pre- WINNESOTA I A It MS FOK SALE: We have the nest in Minnesota farm land lo otter conic. Thoiiiji'ii I 1- alls, Minn TWO I NIMPKOVLD 1 'WILMS, TWO farms mi i .mil.ot. Frank Hoffmann. I'honc '.'Jin Ii7-21!l-lfc i mt ninth mier's visit certainly cant hurt liiokei Dial i.T-.VJ.-.'ltc . "Whenever the heads of any international relations any." Used Cars & Trucks 71 7J7 GMC KIN PICK-UP. 18.000 nines i»V axle. Kudlo, heater, clean I.I Hunk Super 4-Door, I'.adlo, heater, Dynuflow, Power stceimg ami brakes. E7, eyo glass, 2 tone, special rirleo $1095. ileal Wittiock Slotors. 71-207-tfc Ittftf, PONITAC STATION WAGON, '.lit \ s standard transmission. Pacini aid Heater. Light Orcen. M, i IIV .Mot. ii s. 71-216-tfe 111 a I I'OKD drive .f.Tiii.oo. Ph CLARK & CUFF government get together — espe •eaii'v ^ Vinuii 'tc' cia "y of llie two strongest nations i >7 -ai-j-tfe i of the world—they're going to bring something to a head," he added. And fund raiser George R. Ludwig of Des Moines said: "It is certainly to be hoped that the Khrushchev visit will improve relations. It can improve relations by furthering Khrushchev's understanding of the potential of the United States and creating a sure knowledge in his own mind that the people stand firmly behind the government and economic system of this country. ""It will show him that we are not slaves of Wall Street, but that it's the other way around," Ludwig said. Mrs. Frank Kerr, co-owner of a Des Moines drug company, said the visit will help Khrushchev realize "how united we are when it comes down to real business and that there is no division of American people when our country is at stake." She said Khrushchev "is a bright man, much smarter than I give him credit for." strode purposefully into the fields. Me grabbed cornstalks with an authoritative air and inspected them closely. He told farmer Garst: "Too much stalk, not enough corn." Garst disagreed. Khrushchev unhesitatingly waded into a trench silo, a long, open pit 10 feet deep in ensilage. Swarms of flies buzzed around his bald dome. He brushed his head vigorously and then put his hat back on. His light tan suit was so spotted with flies it looked like a polka-dot creation. A huge farmer hove into sight— 240-pound Donald Watkins. "Hal" shouted Khrushchev, reaching out and patting the farmer's ample paunch. "That's what America is like." The boss of world Commnttlsm threw back his head and roared with laughter at his own joke. Light Applause The Khrushchev motorcade left for Coon Rapids, about an hour's drive away, in cool sunny weather. Several hundred persons gathered behind barricades applauded lightly as Khrushchev and his party left their hotel. The Soviet Premier had fortified himself with a substantial breakfast of fruit juice, poached trout, blintzes—a sort of pancake —with melba sauce, roast loin of veal, vegetables, sliced cucumbers, whole petite tomatoes, and bread. The route to the farm took the Soviet Premier over rolling, green Iowa countryside, rich with fields of tall, waving corn and dotted with trim, prosperous-1 o o k i n g farm buildings. In some of the fields, the corn still was too green for harvesting. Route Heavily Guarded The route was heavily guarded by state troopers, Iowa national guardsmen and air national guardsmen, most carrying rifles. The men were stationed at short intervals along both sides of the highway. State police sat in parked cars at almost every country road crossing. Some corn is ready for harvesting in the Coon Rapids area, and farmers there intended to put on a harvesting show for the Soviet leader. On Khrushchev's schedule was a stop at a prize field called by farmer Garst the "mile of maize." The grain there has been so carefully cultivated that the field has the look of a garden. There was a spattering of applause from the crowd as the Premier, accompanied by Garst and Henry Cabot Lodge, U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, stepped from the hotel. Khrushchev smiled and waved his hat. The party quickly entered cars. The motorcade moved out with a motorcycle police escort. Sun Shining The sun was shining brightly as the party left Des Moines. The weather turned cool for Khrushchev's day on the farm. Scattered showers were indicated, but the weatherman said they probably would not hit the area of Coon Rapids. In small towns along the way, many homes were decked with American flags. The town of Perry, population 6,200, the first Khrushchev was to see outside Des Moines, erected a banner across the main highway bearing the word "welcome" in Russian, and adding the information, "a typical American town." It is a little farm town of neat homes. Jungle of Equipment Near the modest, white clapboard Garst home outside Coon Rapids, swarms of news, radio and television people gathered with their jungle of equipment. Barns were converted into temporary headquarters for newsmen. Television, telephone and cable lines were everywhere, even around the tall silo. Helmeted soldiers of the U.S. Fifth Army, armed with M-l rifles, swarmed all over the area of the farmhouse and on surrounding hilltops, at crossroads, behind barns and behind pasture fences. Even the fire department men— in red bow ties—were there. • Lunch- (Continued from Page 1) flies which settled persistently on his bald dome. He eyen patted a fat farmer on the man's ample middle and, roaring with laughter, shouted that "This is what America is like." The luncheon was at the plain white frame farmhouse of Roswell Garst, who was Khrushchev's guest in the Soviet Union four years ago. Khrushchev, already fortified by an enormous breakfast, sat down enthusiastically to a hearty farm lunch of baked sugar-cured ham, fried chicken, barbecued loin- back ribs, peeled tomatoes stuffed with cottage cheese,, cole slaw, sliced cucumbers and sour cream, cheese, relishes, apple pie, and bread including one batch baked Russian-style. All this was duly tested by Army inspectors armed with Geiger counters. The people handling and serving it, all solid Iowa citizens, underwent inspection too. I l IIOK V-H, OVh'K- .. beater, leal Kood, .lie Oli'Jli 71-_'_-l-Htp He's Sooooo Right Folks! The Dependable Men- With the KNOW HOW That Service and Repair Your Car at PETERS BROS. BU ICK - PONTIAC Have Been in the Business for Years and Years and There Is No Bull About It - THEY DO THE JOB RIGHT! WINTERIZE YOUR CAR NOW Call or Slop for Appointment BUICK PONTIAC Young Churchmen Events Announced Two October events were announced at a sub-district meeting of Methodist Young Churchmen in the Coon Rapids Methodist Church Tuesday night. Attending frora Carroll were Mrs. Ivan Bys, Mrs. Jerry Semmens, Shari M M* lan and Virginia Sharp. An Older Youth Weekend is to be held October 17 and 18 at Camp Wesley Woods, near Indianola. The thene will be "Man and God in the Book of Genesis". A fee of $4.50 will include three meals, lodging and insurance. Older youth, single young adults and counselors are invited. A sub-district meeting of Young Churchmen will take place at Star Methodist Church near Coon Rapids, October 27. Members are to wear Halloween costumes or old clothes. New officers will be elected. IN TRAINING EXERCISE GKAFKNWOHR, Germany- Army We. John T. Sailer. 23, whose wife, Luncre, and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin A. Sailer, live in Scranton, la., recently participated in a lengthy field training exercise with the 4th Armored Division in Grafenwohr, Germany. The division, a major element of the NATO shield of defense in Europe, conducted the training to determine unit efficiency under simulated combat conditions. Sailor, a policeman in the division's 404th Military Police Company, entered the Army in November, 1958, completed basic training at Fort Hood, Tex., and arrived in Europe last April. He was graduated from Secant o u I huh School in iuj ."i. BAYARD (AP) — Security officers were reluctant to allow Premier Khrushchev to leave his car at the Raymond Hoyt farm stop Wednesday but he insisted on seeing the growing field of sorghum. Then, by the luck of the harvesting operation, the sorghum heading machine was going away from the Premier as he came to il. "They are taking it away. They don't want us to see it," the visitor commented, Maynard Recce, the foreman at the scene was told by the interpreter. But the situation was soon corrected and the machine brought for Khrushchev to examine. Mrs. Khrushchev also got out of the car and Hoyt's mother-in-law, Mrs. C. K. Nolte of Jefferson was introduced to her. The ladies chatted briefly before the calvacade moved on. BROWNIES ELECT Brownie Scout Troop No. 92 under the leadership of Mrs. Ralph Peters held an outdoor meeting in Graham Park after school Tuesday. Seventeen members of the troop, accompanied by Mrs. Peters, walked to the park from the public school where troop members are pupils in the fourth grade. They were joined at Graham Park by Mrs. Josef R. Martin, who helped prepare a lunch which was served with roasted marshmallows around a campfire. Elected as new officers of the troop were Barbara Petersen, president; Barbara Rogosch, vice president; Martha Ware, treasurer; Linda Peters, scribe; Scarlett Minnich, flag bearer; Cindy Graham and Deanna Bys, color guards. Christy Dryden was present as a new member. RECUPERATING Norma Jean Wills, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas B. Wills, is recuperating at her home after undergoing major surgery in Seattle, Wash., recently. She is reported to be making satisfactory progress, but will probably be confined to her home for about three more weeks. Her address is 3200 West Concord Way, Mercer Island, Wash. SKATING PARTY About 25 Farm Bureau Young People and guests attended a skating party in the Parkview rink Tuesday night. The party was planned in connection with the annual FBYP membership drive. COON RAPIDS (AP)—The folks out here in Iowa set a mighty nice table Wednesday for Nikita Khrushchev. This was the luncheon fare for the Soviet premier at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Roswell (Bob) Garst: Baked sugar-curod ham, fried 'en and barbecued loin-back ribs, led tomatoes stuffed with cottage cheese, cole slaw, sliced cucumbers stuffed with sour cream and cheese and decorated with green pepper slices. A relish tray ot carrot slicks, CORRECTION WESSON OIL Pint 25c MOORE BROS. SUPERMARKET

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