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Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— William P. Chandler Jr., Manning. Buirk: Eunice M. Davis, Glidden, Rambler; and Leo H. Kennebeck, Carroll, Plymouth. Licenses to Wed— Marlow C. Eiben, Gray and Barbara J. Kult, Coon Rapids; Robert J. Nair, Dedham and JoAnn Chrislensen. Dedham. Real Estate Transfers- Frank Jenlzen to Gaylon Reelz, part of Lot 3, in re-subdivision of Block 5, Second Addition to Arcadia. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. Holger A. Larsen, Manning Mrs. Hugo Grundmeier, Carroll 8 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sept. 24, 19S9 gan, Carroll, a son, Thursday. Mary E. Reineke. Carroll Mrs. Marguerite Ford, Redfield Dismissals- Marvin Fairchild, Coon Rapids Elmer G. Herrig. Wall Lake Wilfred Naberhaus, Halbur Mrs. Norman J. Halbur and baby, Wall Lake Mrs. Louis W. Starman and baby, Carroll Ellen Sue Miller. Breda Mary Ruth Pauli, Coon Rapids Karen Kay Sturm, Manning Births- Mr. and Mrs. Raymond A. Pille, Maple River, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Earl L. Wright, Coon Rapids, a son, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Graves, Manning, a son, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Mor- PUBLIC AUCTION Since we are moving from the state, we will sell the following at. Public Auction on the lot at the rear of the former Beals' Cafe GLIDDEN, IOWA SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 STARTING AT 1:30 P. M. BUSINESS EQUIPMENT—1 Cory 4-place gas coffee stove for cafe; 3 glass coffee servers, 2 aluminum tops; 1 large coffee boiler; 2 large box type fans; 1 ice cream cabinet (Nelson) used for deep freeze; pop cooler; neon cafe sign; electric hot chocolate dispenser; exhaust canopy. GARAGE TOOLS—Bear aligning tools, new; assorted garage and service station tools and stock; assorted pipes and fittings. TWO TELEVISION SETS—21-inch Motorola console, I960; 17- inch G. E. table model. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—1 MW refrigerator. 7 cu. ft.; 1 picnic ice chest; 1 picnic table; 1 3-piece bedroom suite, complete with spring and mattress; 1 double bed, springs, mattress; 1 single bed, springs, 2 mattresses; 1 dresser; 1 burgundy davenport chair; 2 overstuffed chairs; 1 4-burner gas range; 1 4-burner apartment gas range; several tables and chairs; 1 cabinet mangle; 1 1-room gas heater 20,000 BTU; 1 large gas heater with fan, automatic controls, 70,000 BTU; 1 Royal Aire vacuum cleaner (attachments); ironing board and iron; matching washer and dryer, Kenmore, pink, deluxe models, automatic washer and electric dryer, both designed for modern fabrics, used 2 years. Also has suds saver. HAROLD BEALS Lynn Byerly, Auctioneer First Nat'l. Bank in Glidden. Clerk 225-ltp BRENNY'S FOOD SAVINGS SUGAR 10 lbs. 79c with purchase of our Home-made Hickory Smoked Bologna at 59c lb. Meats Fresh Home Dressed Hens, lb _ 29c Dressed Turkeys, Grade A, 5 to 10 lb. ave., lb _..39c Choice Round Steak, lb. 79c Pure Ground Beef, 2 lbs. -89c Boston Butt Pork Rodst, lb. 39c Fresh Pork Hearts, lb. 29c Minced Large Bologna, lb. ...39c Wilson Sifmmer Sausage, lb. 59c Skinless Wieners, 2-lb. bag 89c Sliced Bacon Ends, 5-lb. box 79c Frozen Foods Orange Juice, 12-oz. can 39c Orange Juice, 6 -02. cans, 5 for _ .- $1.00 Peas or Corn, pkg. 16c; 6 for 96c Onion Rings, 2 pkgs. - „ 49c Lange's Ice Cream, Vs gal. 2 for „ $1.09 Fruits £r Vegetables 10c 6c Tokay Grapes, lb Green Peppers, each Onions, 4 lbs _ 19c Apples, 4 lbs 49c Red Potatoes, 10 lbs. ..29c Groceries Royal Guest Peaches, 2\'s cans, 4 for $1.00 IGA Whole Apricots, 2V2 cans, 4 for $1.00 Royalty Cr, Pineapple, 2-oz. can 10c IGA Tomato Juice, 46-oz. can, 4 for $1.00 IGA Orange Juice, 46-oz. 46c Linko Corn, 303 can 10c Linko Green Beans, 303 can, 2 for 25c Otoe Sphaghetti, 300 can _..10c IGA Grated Tuna, 2 cans 39c Salad Bowl Salad Dressing, qt. jar - 39c Marlene Oleo, 5 pkgs $1.00 Del Monte Pumpkin, 2 1 * can 17c Oatmeal, Quick Cook, lge. box 37c Tomato Soup, 5 cans .....59c Northern Tissue, 12 rolls ...$1.00 Ball Point Pen 10c Manchester Waldorf Crackers, lb 25c Schulze-Burch Ice Nut and Fruit Cookies, lb 39c BRENNY'S IGA MARKET For Delivery — Phone 2286 Right Reserved to Limit Quantities FRI. SAT. SUN. lit**'.• ••—^ja ^i - • Iff*,,,,, MALTS and SHAKES your choice of flavors Only Dairy Queen has the smooth, smooth texture ... the hearty goodness ... that millions of matt and shake lovers go for every dayl Only Deary Q ueen malts and shakes con* tain such freshly-frozen goodness — frozen just seconds before yoa eat itl DAIRY QUEEN Hiway 30 West Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth of Spencer, (win daughters. Monday. Mrs. Roth is the former Clarita Becker of Breda. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow. Oats ... $1.83 1.05 „ .60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP> - The market for butcher hogs Thursday was steady to 25 cents lower in a slow trade for the supply of 8.000 head. A relatively few lots of sorted No. 1 and mixed 1-2 grades weighing 210-215 lbs sold at $14.10-14.15, the top, down 10 cents from the peak of the past four trading days. Slaughter steers were weak Jayceesto Ask a Mile of Rood Oiled At the request of Russell White, custodian of Swan Lake State park, Carroll Jaycees will appeal to the county board of supervisors to oil a one-mile stretch of road north from Grant Road on the way to the park. Action to intercede with the board of supervisors was taken at a Jaycee meeting Wednesday night in the conference room of the Iowa Public Service Company. An unexpected visitor at the meeting was Max Olson of Humboldt, state Jaycee vice president, who spoke briefly to members of the local club. John Scott was appointed chairman of the Doll Safety Program in Carroll public and parochial 50 cents fower"with "prWe grade j schools ' The program makes use steers selling at $20.25 and the °1 papcr do,ls lo Siye lessons in high choice at $28 00. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDAl Hogs 8.000: butchers steady: mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 190-230 lb butchers along with mixed grade 2-3 and 3s 230290 lbs 13.50-13.85: few lots 2s 240250 lbs 13.00-14 00; Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-220 lbs 13.75-14.00: few lots Is and mixed 1-2 sorted 210-215 lsb 14.10-14.15. 150 head at safety for school schildren Larry Boycr was named as chairman of the annual Jaycee and Jaycec-ette after-football party to be held after the football game between Carrol 1 and Lake City high schools Friday night. October IB. Lake City Jaycees and Jaycee- ettes will be invited to attend. Al Thomas will be chairman of a project to sell Band Festival Buttons at the Western Iowa Band 1 14.15; few lots 2-3 and 3s 290-325 I f estl Y al conc <*} Saturday night in lbs 13.00-13.85: mixed grade 1 - 3 1 Merchants Park. 275-330 lb sows 12.50-13.00; most 1 2-3 330-425 lbs 11.25-12.50; mixed 2-3 425-550 lbs 10 25-11.25. Cattle 800; calves 100; slaughter Khrushchev(Continued from Page 1) steers slow, few sales weak to 50 \ pay runs between $95 and $llfi a week. There was no indication whether or not this impressed the Russian leader. On his way, he passed the huge Jones & Laughlin sheet strip mill, silent and closed by the nation- lower: a load of prime 1.2H9 lb steers 29.25; 2 loads 1,071 lbs high choice with a prime end 28.00; choice steers 1,150 lbs down 2H.50- 27.75; good to low choice 24.5026.25; a load of good 1.223 lbs Deaths, Funerals ROSS D. HARVEY Final rites for Ross Delton Harvey, 73, Jefferson, were held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Slininger Chapel in Jefferson. He died early Sunday morning in Jefferson. The Rev. W. R. Hansen of the Evangelical Free Church, Jefferson, and the Rev. David E. Mat- Kuemper- (Continued from Page 1) Home Room 356 — Carolyn Boes, student council representa t i v e; Danny Lux, president; Janice Schwabe, vice presidnet; Renee Kanne, secretary; and Larry Meyer, treasurer. Home Room 450 — Joyce Kerkhoff, student council representative; Janet. Schrad, president; Elaine Nagl, vice president; James Kilt, secretary, and Ann Conrad, treasurer. Home Room 452 — Patricia Rupiper, student council representative; Lawrence Riccke, president; Marjorie Foley, vice president; Carol Buelt, secretary: and Kathleen Tierney, treasurer. Home Room 455 — Sue Gross, student council representative; Diane Quandt, president; Jane Pick- hinke. vice president: Tom Slater, secretary; and Richard Danner, treasurer. Home Room 456 — Jean Irlbeck. student council representative: Charlene Riley, president; Larry Renze, vice president; Elaine Houlihan, secretary; and Carolyn Meyer, treasurer. j Home Room 458 — Sandra Luch ; tel. student council representative; i Jerry Abbott, president; Tom Ren-1 ?e. vice president; Judy Pudenz, | secretary; and James Ludw i g treasurer, thews of Zion Bible Church, Zion, III., officiated at the services. Mrs. Robert Jongewaard was soloist, accompanied by Mrs. W. R. Hansen. Military services were in charge of Floyd W. Brown Post No. 11, American Legion, Jefferson. Burial was in the Dedham Cemetery. Pallbearers included Dave Redberry, Carl Roberts, Robert Luther, Rollo Smith, Beryl Johnson and H. B. Warren. Mr. Harvey was born June 21, 1886 at Dedham, the son of William and Rosa Harvey. His marriage to Hazel Shane, Coon Rapids, took place January 7, 1926, at Carroll. They lived in Carroll County until 1944, moving to Jefferson. He was in the automobile business until his health failed. He was a member of the free Evangelical Church, Floyd Brown Post No. 11 of the American Legion, and the Disabled American Veterans of Jefferson. He served overseas during World War I. His parents, a brother a"" 4 «ister predeceased him. Surv ; are his wife, one son Russ< Person, and a daughter, Mr: iane Barber, Des Moines. 25.00; a few utility and standard i wide steel strike. 21.50-24.00; a few good and choice) The visit to the Mesta plant and heifers 23.50-26.00; utility and! an address to a civic luncheon standard 18 00-23.00; a few stand- were the main events on the Pre- ard cows 18.50-20.00. utility andimiei s schedule here, commercial 15.50-18.00: canners At 2:25 p.m. his big plane is and cutters 13.00-17.00; shelly can- 1 scheduled to leave for Washington i ners down to 10.00; utility and; and serious business: Momentous commercial bulls 20.50-23.00; veal- ers 34.00 down; culls as low as 15.00; a few loads good and choice 875-990 lb feeding steers 25.7026.60. Sheep 500: spring slaughter lambs opening about steady, but bulk holdover supply still unsold; slaughter ewes steady; good to choice 80-95 lb spring lambs 19.0020.50; cull and utility 12.00-18 00: cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Close ins 1 , 199 \ 199 '.. 1977; 198 183«s 110'., 114', 1 IK ', 117 \, 70 70% 69 64 ' 4 132 134', 132 •» 12fi', 210 , 210 215 218'i 218', 8.05 S.r>2 8.50 High Low Close WHEAT High Close Dec. 195' 2 195 195 ', March 199 -V 199', 195 'li< 199*,, May 198' t 197 \ .198 Julv 183' 4 183 1X3 COHN 183' 4 Dec. HO", 110\ ll(|.i H 110'., March 114 -., 114', 114 \ Mav 117 116', 116', July 117 U 117", 117 U 118 OATS Dec 70'.. 70 70i, March 71V, 70% Mav 71 Mav K9 69 1 , 69' . .Jul V 64 "s 61 \ 64 'I RYE Dec. 132 -'i 131 •., 131 •., March 134 133 U 133\ May 132', 131 \, 133 ' -j 132 Julv 126 125 125'; SOY BEANS Nov. 211' a 209 'i 2D9 •• 1 Jan. 2119 -„ Jan. 215s„ 213 \ 213 ', March 218' 3 217 i .j, 213 T » 217',, 217'i LARD Nov, • 8.07 8.05 8.05 Dec. 8.55 S 47 8.47 Jan. 8.55 8.50 8.50 ACE CLUB MEETS ARCADIA — The Ace Club met at the home of Mrs. Vernon Jensen. Mrs. Walter Liechti, president, conducted the meeting. Roll call in the form of a plant exchange was answered by 17 members. Mrs. Harold Kracht was a guest. The afternoon was spent learning to knit, after which dessert and coffee were served by the hostess. Mrs. Alvin Jensen will be the next hostess Oct. 22. Pakistan, formerly a part of India, produces 75 per cent of the world's raw jute. Jute is the basic material used in the manufacture of burlap. talks with President Eisenhower on what can be done to ease East- West tensions. Khrushchev looked tired Wednesday night as he flew in from a rollicking day in the corn country. What he saw probably didn't pep him up any. This city has many who are of Hungarian, Polish or Slovak origin. Even before Khrushchev hit town demonstrators were waving signs that carried such legends as: "Butcher of Budapest," "Killer of American pilots" and "Remember 1776 with George Washington and 1956 Hungary with Nikita Khrushchev." Officials Jumpy Security officials, always jittery wherever Khrushchev goes, became downright jumpy. Plans to have Khrushchev ride in an open car were abandoned, and the route he was to follow was changed. Police lined the 17 miles in from the airport. And they stood with their backs to the road, their eyes peeled for potential trouble on any of the hills. ' Khrushchev was taken up the narrow, winding road to the top of Mt. Washington for a sweeping view of Pittsburgh. From there he could see the skyscrapers—many of them especially lit up for the occasion — of downtown Pittsburgh, an imposing sight. A crowd of 5,000 or more was jammed around the Carlton House, awaiting Khrushchev, even though he didn't arrive until 12:03 a.m. Here were more signs. One said: "God Bless America, God free Ukraine." Another: "Red Atrocities in 1 Ukraine defy description." ; But some signs were favorable. "A salute to peace," one read. And another proclaimed: "We salute the peace efforts of President Eisenhower and Premier Khrushchev." Mr. K. stood for a moment facing the crowd. He waved his hat, and then went into the hotel and, presumably, to bed. Beta Epsilon Is Entertained At Lake View Members of Beta Epsilon Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority were entertained at a social meeting by Beulah Osborne at the Byron Provost home in Lake View Tuesday evening. Mrs. Norman Winchester was a guest. Miss Osborne served lunch from a table centered with an arrangement of ivy and driftwood, with green candles. The chapter's next regular meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Keith Eason Tuesday evening, Oct. 13. Delta Dek Club Opens Fall Series At Mrs. Determan's Delta Dek Club opened its fall series at the home of Mrs. Clem Determan Tuesday evening. Mrs. Frank Daley was winner of the high score bridge prize. Mrs. J. H. Bayliss, second high; and Mrs. D. W. Quinn, traveling. Mrs. C. J. Kessler, a guest, was given a gift by her hostess. At the close of the evening, Mrs. Determan served lunch. Mrs. George Marget will be the next hostess Oct. 6. Presbyterian Guild Has First Meeting at McConkie Home The Presbyterian Guild, met for a 6 :30 covered dish dinner and social evening at the home of Mrs. j W. L. McConkie Tuesday. It was', the first fall meeting of the group. J Mrs. McConkie was assisted in | serving by Mrs. M. L. Mills and I Mrs. Phil S. McQuirk. An arrangement of fall flowers centered the! dining table and individual tables. 1 Guests were Mrs. L. D. Blondell and Mrs. Fern Cole of Caldwell, Idaho, and Florence Beverley, Waterloo. The next meeting will be Oct. 6 at the home of Mrs. Cora Guy. MARK DOWLING (Tlnirs Hrrnld ftpivs Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Mark Dowling, 65, were held Monday, Sept. 21, at 2 p.m. at the Huffman Memorial Chapel here. The Rev. William Green, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, officiated. Mrs. Glenn Burley sang, accompanied by Mrs. Richard Johnston. Pallbearers were six nephews: Jack Dowling. Louis Dowling. Joe Dowling. Arthur Dowling, Vernon Dowling and Clifford Dowling. Burial, with military rites in charge of Lake City American Legion Post No. 31, was in Lake City cemetery. Mark Anthony Dowling. the fifth t son of Charles T. and Nellie Otto j Dowling, was born November 12, 1 1893, at Mendota. 111. When he! was about a year old, the family; moved to a farm southeast of: Lake City. He received his educa-' tion in the rural schools of Calhoun County and attended the Lake City high school. In July. 1918, he entered the armed forces and served overseas in France in World War I. At the conclusion of his army service, he returned to the farm and made his home with his parents. Included in his farming activities was an interest in farm machinery, especially a steam threshing outfit. After (he death of his father in 1935, he devoted himself to the care of his mother until her death. During World War II, Mr. Dowling was the Lake City community director of rationing. He also worked for a time in the Lake City post office. He was an active member of the Masonic Lodge, the Order of the Eastern Star and the American Legion He served as adjutant of the Lake City Post for many years. He died at McVay Memorial Hospital, Lake City. September 18, having been in failing health for several years. Preceding him in death were his parents: an infant brother. Lcroy; and three brothers. .James. Otto and Frank. He is survived by one brother. Percy Dowling, Lake City; eight nieces and seven nephews. Lesson on Flowers Given to Girl Scouts A lesson in varieties of flowers was given by James M. Gillctt, park commissioner, to members of Girl Scout Troop No. 67 on n visit to the formal gardens in Graham Park Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Gillett told how the gardens had, been planned by the city park commission and tended by Tony Broich of the city park staff. He named each variety of flowers and plants in the gardens and asked the girls to pick those they would like to hear described in greater detail. They selected cannas. petunias, roses and a border flower named Nicrcmbcrgia or Purple Robe. Troop members were shown a series of cannas named after grand operas and the rare Pfitzer Ranch House Canna which is believed to be the only one of its kind in Iowa. Eleven varieties of petunias were described, as well as many kinds of roses including the Masquerade which has blos- sons in a variety of colors. The 15 troop members were accompanied by Mrs. Ray Wilkens. leader; Mrs. Leo Kennebeck, assistant leader; Mrs. Elmer Schroeder and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf. Treats were served by Patty Lynn Dennis. For their next meeting, October 5, troop members will visit the Leighton Wederath home west of the city where Mrs. Wederath will speak to them on girl scouting in England. Khrushchevs Leave Gifts With Garsts COON RAPIDS, Iowa (AP)— Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev brought a large number of gifts, including wine and caviar for his host, Roswcll Garst, and the family when he came to visit. Hero's what he gave the Garsts: A portable wine cellar, with carrying case, including 12 bot- llcs of Russian liquors. There were six bottles of wine, Armenian cognac, and two types of vodka. A black-on-gold tea set for two including two saucers, two cups, a tea strainer, sugar bowl and creamer. Twelve jars of pasteurized Caspian caviar. A three-pound box of chocolates. A box of five bottles of Russian perfumes. A green plush accordian-type case with several dozen records 0! Russian songs. ATTEND MEETING B. G. Halverson, county superintendent of schools, and John B. Lamphere, county speech therapist, arc attending a meeting of special education personnel, under auspices of the Stale Department of Public Instruction at Des Moines Thursday and Friday. Mr Halverson also will attend the Governor's Conference on Children and Youth at Des Moines, Friday. ATTEND CELEBRATION Among those attending the 25th wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bruch of Lohrville Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Joe R'ruch. Mr. and Mrs Paul Bruch, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruch and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bruch and their families, and Rita Haberl. all of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Art Bruch and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Venner and families of Arcadia. Others present included Mrs. Bruch's father, .1 II. Kuennon. St. Lucas, the Rev. Walter Bruch, Pocahontas, and Rev. Beacom, Lohrville, as well as relatives from St. Lucas, Fonda. Hut land and Early. A potluck dinner was served at noon at St. Joseph's Hall, and a purse presented to the honored couple. TO PRESENT MASS In compliance with the new directive of Pope John XXIII, the Children's Choir and Senior Choir of St. Joseph's Church have combined to present the Dialog Mass with appropriate hymns at the 7 :30 mass, Sunday, Sept. 27. This is the regular communion Sunday for the school children when they receive communion in a body. These two goups will be assisted by the high school students of SI. Joseph's Parish and all members of the congregation are urged to take part in the singing of the hymns and recitation of the prayers. STAY WHERE YOU ARE! The Lambftrl. HanfUomo comole TV with" WirelojiWuord electronic remot» control. 26? ,q. m. oiclute. Avo.labia fa 3 beootifol finnhei. 2IRT965. RCA VICTOR TV WITH "WIRELESS WIZARD" REMOTE CONTROL AND "ONE-SET" ELECTRONIC FINE TUNING Franchised Dealer for RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV. Sporrer 's TV & Appliances Dial 9513 — Plenty of Free Parking — 9th & Salinger Is Your Cattle Feeding Program BUILDING BEEF? That great silence these days is the kids cheering over the opening of school. AUCTION SATURDAY, SEPT. 26 12:15 O'Clock CATTLE 18 Hereford Calves Wt. 400 to 425 18 Hereford Heifers Wt. 400 21 Hereford Heifers Wt. 300 to 350 23 Angus Heifers Wt. 400 16 Shorthorn Steers Wt. 450 12 Yearling Hereford Steers Wt. 600 22 Mixed Steers and Heifers Wt. 300 to 325 3 Hereford Steers Wt. 800 5 Hereford Calves Wt. 450 5 Yearling Shorthorn Steers Wt. 700 6 Mixed Steers Wt. 650 to 700 30 Hereford Steers and Heifers Wt. 350 to 450 HOGS 16 Feeder Pigs Wt. 80 lbs. 14 Pigs Wt. 40 lbs. SHEEP 26 Good Brooding Ewes 14 Good Feeder Lambs 16 Fair Mouth Western Ewes 8 Long Poles Farmers Sale Co. SMI" , "fa CAST-IRON RECESSED* TUB, 5' long, 14" high. Chrome faucet, regular waste and overflow. ^ 20"xl7" VITREOUS CHINA LAVATORY, acid and stain-proof. Handy shelf back, concealed overflow, integral soap receptacles. Complete with chrome centerset faucet, chain and stopper. ^ VITREOUS CHINA WASHDOWN TOILET, panel tank, quick flushing action. Complete with enameled wood seat and cover. SIMPLE, ECONOMICAL INSTALLATION—CONVENIENT BUDGET TERMS. DREES CO. Heating—Plumbing—Air Conditioning Contractors—Gasoline Fuel Oil Tank Wagon Delivery $09 N. Carroll St. and West on Hiway 30 — Carroll, Iowa VITAMASH 34% Cattle Supplement with or without stilbcstrol is designed to supply necessary vitamins, minerals and other nutrients essential for the most efficient, economical gains. VITAMASH RUMINANT CONDITIONER is high in antibiotic content to help feeders thru shipping stress. i ASK ABOUT OUR CATTLE FEED FINANCE AND BOOKING PLAN "Buy direct and save—In built or bags delivered to your farm" VITAMASH REEDS DivisionofYHAStCa STORM LAKE, IOWA Your Vitamash representative BOB LUCHETL Phone 3497 — 1852 Benjamin &t., Carroll • # 9

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