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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Up to 25 words.. A& over 25 words $1.50 -8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch... «_ -SI .80 Additional Insertions $1-40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day 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 One day, per word 8 cents Three days, per word . 15 cents Cards of Thanks 3 CAJID OK THANKS Wc wish lo thank the sisters and priests of St. Anthony's Hospital, our rrlcnds and ni'lRhtwra for their klndnfss and sympathy, and for the spiritual bouquets and beautiful floral offerings tendered during the sickness and death of our loved one. Mrs. Anton A. Klocke and family. Announcements 6 DIAL 303(1 FOR FUKS1I CUT FI.OW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gilt Shop. b-22a-V-ltc STOKY & CI.AIVK PIANOS. IHJK- sher Band Instruments. See us hofnrc vou buy! Holley's Plnno House. V blk. west and 6 bU<s. north of the post nrflro. 1 l'J7 North Carroll St., Carroll, Iowa. Dial 2560. ti-224-Ktp FUSSING WON'T FIX IT!—CAM. us. Guaranteed professional T.V. Service. Complete stock parts and tubes. Prompt calls, moderate prices, guaranteed service. Phone 9513, Spnrrer's T.V. li-222-citc Lost Good Things to Eat 18 1 Business Services Now Enjoy The Old Fashioned Family Style • FRIED CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY All You Can Eat For Only $165 LOST: YOl'NG LAniK'K OLASSKS. near SS Peter and Paul's School. Dial 9733. 7-225-31 r Loans 12 rEUSONAJ. LOAN'S i;p TO $300.00. Prompt local service. Communltv Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-lte FERSONAi, LOANS rp~T^$flofuL Loans and installment rinanclnn— Curs, enulpinent, household goods. S & M Finance- Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Includes: Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Vegetable, Hot Rolls and Butter. Dessert. Coffee. Served in the cool, cool comfort of our air-conditioned dining room. 14 The NEW BURKE Motor Inn USED APPLIANCE BARGAINS! Used Siegler Space Heater Like New Used Quaker Oil Heater with Blower and Wall Thermostat Used Duo Therm Space Heater Used Spark Space Heater 4 Good Used Electric Water Heaters Frigidaire Electric Clothes Dryer 30-Inch Gas Range Maytag Conventional Washer 21 Cu. Ft. Upright United Home Freezer 14 Cu. Ft. Frigidaire Chest Type Home Freezer CARROLL GAS CO. '•• Block West of Farm Bureau Bldg Your family will favor our fine food FAMILY STYLE DINNERS $135 ALL VOl! CAN EAT per plore Cluldi en Under 12 I'M Pauline's Cafe South of the Stoplight Corner on Hiway 71 Open 5 a. m. CrSTOM MA OR WINDOW SHADES. Gchrkes Shade & Blind Co. fi22 West 15th St., Carroll, Iown. Phone _2737. 14-223-4tp VENETIAN A VTERT1CAJL BUNDS made to order. Free Estimates. Also Venetian blind cleaning and repairing. Phone 2737. Gohrkes Shade and Blind Co., 622 West 15tti St., Carroll, Iowa. 14-223-4tp PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Rensonnble prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 34-222-tfc POOR RECEPTION? CAIX US FOR guaranteed professional service on all makes of Television or Radios. Prompt calls, moderate prices. Coaat-to-Coast Store. 14-222-Rtc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or sec Relnart Service, ncross street west, of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, 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 Seeds & Feeds 34 NUT REN A EGO FEED SALE. Sfi.00 per ton off on all concentrates and Supplements. .$3.00 per ton off on Complete Egg. Rations. Sale ends Sat. Sept. 26. Farmers Grain and Lbr. ~ Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: PUREBRED I1AMP. shire spring and fall boars, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders. Roy H. Jahn. Manilla, Iowa. Phone Manning 3-S124. 41-197-ltc FOR SALE: «5 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 800 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner FOR SALE: PUREBRED 1IAMV- shlre bonru. Lepto and Bangs tested, cholera vaccinated. MR Individuals. Kenneth Peters. Arcadia 1 own. 41-223-11 c FOR SALE: PUREBRED SPOTTEO boars. Albert Wenck, 2 miles No. and 2 east, Carroll. 41-221-Gtp and 5W» west. 41-l73-3tc STARTER, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, ncross street west of Safcwny, Ph_2l26. 14-180-tfc GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE . . . Window Rlnss cut to fit. Joe's Paint Ccnler^^J^^Mtc Male Help Wanted 21 RAILROAD TELEGRAPH - TELE-! tvpe operator 17 to 34 urgently i Weeded. Sliming Salary lo $100 a; month plus overtime. Company! benefits Include retirement, hospitalization, free transportation,' paid vacations. Small tuition, i short training. For Immediate personal Interview, send name. I age, phone to UUTT •;. D-.iiiv \ TlmesJIeruld. 2l-22. r »-2t c 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS; 2 married men for sales mule. Age 'J.I to 4 .i, with good car. 3100 to start. Write P. O. Box 46H. Carroll. 21-123-Uc MAS WANTED VOH WORK IN bake shop and clellvcrv Apply tn licVMin, no phone calls ( ai'roll l|akery ; 21-2»i-3tiWANTED: RELIABLE FARM IIAN 1) to work with m\ son picking corn. Ciolda lleln, Carroll, Iowa, Phone Llddciiialc l-K-.'l.l. 21-22K-3t|> BOY WANTED A ITER SCHOOL and Saturdays. Must have driver's i ^jamsc^jJcUej^^ Fema|e_Help Wanted 22 WANTED: NIGHT DIM! WASHER. fi nights a week. Applv Casino Cafe. 22-223-1 fc WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing Dept. Immediate cm- nlovment. Applv in person. Ocoma _Foodsj."o : 22-223-01 c WAITRESS WANTED: 940 PER week. No Sundays. Apply in person. IKyy.Cnfe. 22-213-t fc DUROC BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs und Lento. At Farm I'.-i north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Wrn. P. Lesle, Auburn. 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3-i; north. Manning. 4T-206-tfC LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt, Gliriden. 41-209-tfc REGISTERED WIIITEFACK SHOUT horned bull, about ft veins old. Lawrence sttU, Templeton. Phone 31-W. 41-225-31 r FOR SALE: PUREBRED IIAMP- s hi re boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, cry., and lepto. Wm. II. Mahnkc S south of West side. 41^225-121 p FOR SALE: HAM I'SIIIKK MALE hogs. Hoy Nelson, Gluiilen __t 1-211-21 r YIAULINC; nitiiHitr.D sriroi.K buck 2 spring Suffolk rams. Anion i. Klocke, lit. 3. Carroll. 41-22(»-3te For Sale 55 Auto Service FOR SALE: « GOOD USED EN- glnes, 1 ' a to 3 III'., all overhauled anil In A-l condition. Prices start at. 910.00. Oscar Moore, Gllddcn, 407 Colorado, Phone Ol. P-30.S2 5ri -224-3t p FOR SALE: IM,II TROMBONE very good condition, reasonable price. Phone 42S9. 55-224-31 e 75 FOR O E N E R A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 43J13, and for Tank Wagon Service to vour farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial IH32. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with Shower, down town otic pec- son. Dial !)9(i"i. HO.221-1 fc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE RV OWNER: NEAR new 3 bedroom soinh side home. New carpeting, Hie Oath. Iiin-h cuplHiiirds. full basement, double garage. Small down payment, assume new PI IA loan and save high cost of loan und closing costs Call -1194 for appointment _ ___«3-224-3lr REAL ESTATE FOR SALE: TWO bedroom modern home 57,i)Ot>. Three bedroom modern home SU,(HW\ One acre of ground and a nearly new home on llwy. 30. Fully modern. Special price before Oct 1st Sec Itoy ,1. Burns or Lambert Thelen at 212 West l _ Fifth St. Dial 21 X-\. 5 :, i 2 VA_' 2 Ii' FOR SAMS: S & 3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before vou buy or sell, call us. Willie, i Wuikup Heal Estate., Phone 2fi2ft. r,3-2l7-tfL'l NEW 3-HDItM. HOt SK WITH KIT- , chen on front. Full basement. Attached gat age. If pun based 1 now. buyer may < boose his own oilni' scheme This is a well enn- slructed home with bardwood floors, tiled bath and good size, rooms. Call RKiri for .in nppnini-1 ment to see It. John linam Heal j Estate f.3-22.V2lc ; FOR s\|.K: ON E OF GLIDDEN'S 1 finest homes Three laige bed-' rooms with lots of rlosels. Living rooin I2\2 ."i with I. shape. lUxlb ft. separate dining room, front room and one bedroom carpeted, rest oak floors. llli'h woodwork throughout, plastered walls, alt i conditioner. Curtis, attached ga-, rage. Will sell on contract, small i down pavment. balance at 3 pet. Interest with monthly payments of $!).*>.DO. See Kov .J. Hums or Lambert Thelen IJlai 2184 office. H3-22B-I!c SEE VOUR OLD RELIABLE BU1CR. Pontine den lei before vou buy a new or used car Peters Bros! in _ Ca rrolj. 7«-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'R9 FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa Bill Burgess Motor _ <r "" : 76-2B4-tfc • To Iks- (Continued trom Page 1) Timet Htrafd, C*rrell, la, Friday, Stpt. 25, 1959 9 Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: 8 AND 10 HOLE HEO- U I MI nesls. Special price while supplv lasts. Kruse Hatchery West on Ilwv. 30 Carroll. Iowa. 32-224-4tc MEN-WOMEN S .'0 DAILY. SELL luminous name plates Write Reeves Co, Atllcl.oro, Mass. 23-22t>-iitp IV WT TO M\KE S.'M Oli MORE A da 1 . " We w id 1 rain and flnaii, e ileji,• nil,, liie III. ,11 nt « nil] 1 11 n\ CI VI foi "V.1 1 No-- I: • HI ' •• « or k Write or call M !•• i'! .AWSi iN. Sales M.U...l '1 'i. K. M Mi NKSS Co , Kui i>. il. 11) l'liope Al) V -Vjril. V3-22(i-ltp Livestock Wanted 43 \ H™ s * s for R( L nf If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177 UC 64 HOI SE FOR RENT AT lll'JM NORTH Main. $7a no mo. See S. s Kudsk. _ (vl-22."i-3t( FOR RENT: 7-ROOM HO|s|„ SO. side. MI H able for large family. 1'honu 3001. l>4-22ii-3ii' Apartment for Rent 65 3-tlEDROOM AFT. 1115 NO. MAIN. Phone 9043L i*"'" a _L , l! fc MODERN S-ROOM APT. AIR ('I)X. dltloned. Dial 3297. HS-lM-tfc DIAL 31 nil. «5-132-tfc TARKVncW APTS. APARTMENTS AVAILARLE: FFR- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabtjl Building. Di„i_3680. 65-2VJ-tlc FOR RENT: APT. CLOSE IN. DIAL! 4251. H.V22 l-.'tlc Livestock Strayed 44 APT. DIAL 8J8B. l>.V22ii-lle STRAYED: tail |.». WHITE FACE heirei. Hill Willenliorg, Iiedbam. l4-22ii-3tc Pets 46 Apartment Wanted 66 WANTED: TWO IIEDROOM AIT. North side. Phone 97!)8 after 4 p.m. «>ti-224-3tc FOR SALE: H YOl NO, WHITE DO. mcstlc t.ihliilK. .loi- While. '.Ill No. Main, Dial 'Jt 'i 'J .Y 4i>-224-3te Situation Wanted 24 B - ui,dln9 Su PP ,ies 47 WANTED: sEWIM. Ol \l.l. KINDS I Christmas gU'-. dol .lollies and CIOI hel ll -e Wl He l',o\ \! I CO l>.nl> 'l"unes liei.ild Vl-22ii-2tc 33 Farm Machinery 8 ISED •••o PICKERS; * IsED NEW Idea 2-mw pickei-. 2 used Mtn- neajiulls 2-row pickers. 2 used lilt. '24 pickers. I us-'d Allls Chalmers mtd tucker with stalk ejei tor. I used John Dtfeio 200 Dicker SebenkeiberR Impl Co. .(.'t-Vifl-tfc SPECIAL SALE 5 I'tlN WAGON HOIST $75.88 CARROLL WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO LUMBER SPECIALS Shiptap While Pine Car Siding 1x4 Red Cedar Car Siding_ 2x6-6 ft. 2x6-8 ft. _ sq.lt. 10C ._ Each 98C -_s<j IL 12c Each 60C Each 80c Farms for Sale 67 FARM FOR SALE: l«0 ACREs IN north part of Audubon County. Very productive land: Improve- incuts lair lo cum). This farm is priced in sell. Contact: ("has Hac- ley and Co., Audubon, Iown I'lmne 130. i>7-2v:)-2tc CARROLL LUMBER CO. 47-222 Glc NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? IS.10 tm fi' \ 20' wood crib only 7/> T>2 semi-annually for materials', tiruen Ray Lumber Company. Phono 32 is 17-21S-tfc STOP WINTER WINDS WITH « ca thei st ripping, c e I I o U I a s s, caulking compound, Insulation, ronfinj*. We have both wood ami aluminum combination storm windows and doors. Check our prices '• — ' Iv Phone 47-223-5te Kunne Lumber and Suppl 4373 33 224 me i Household Goods FOR SALE: .Si' JOHN DEERE NAR- row elevator. John Heere Speed Jack. Wurren Cute, illldden. ^ 33-225-21p WOODS PICKER. RED, OOOD CON- dttlon^Leo Renze. _ 33-225-3tp REDS WOODS CORN PICKER. Rood condition. Frank Helllng- hau.sen, Arcadia, lutvii. 33-22ti-3U' Itl-F'l'. ALL STEEL GRAIN KLEY.V tor. Priced at Si Mi no. llcni\ Meis- Seeds & Feeds 34 WANTED TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa I'KK'KS AT 1AK.M $14.00 ,v, loo for Kirst Crop $15.00 Pel 1 ***11 lor Second Crop All liyy must be dry jmd under cover. SOIIIP oulsnle piles i;iii be used at redtteed prices. Wine or Call I J. W. Easland Or Sons Licensed aim Monded All alia Millers Gavlord. Minnesota l'htmo T24ttb 34-205J Ue 51 WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrlperators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Metres Electric. 5i*i' 1 2:i f i ! GIANT IS CU. FT. COROSADO home freezer . . . $19« I.<I 5. Only _$5.00 down Gambles. Sl-Ill-lfc ONE YEAR OLD FRIGIDAIRE RE- frlRerator, repossessed, take over balance. Spoiler's TV and Appliance _ _ fit-224-31 c FOR SALE: CORONADO OIL SPACE beater, thermostat and b|owei,| like new. iildcr Wards space, be.-iier lied Sludlo-bed d.iveuiioit 1 liood coiulltiun Dial -1-l>s rii-vvi -:itc LOFI'V PILE, FREE FROM soil. I» I he c i .' pel . le.illed \\ II h Hi lie l.Us- tie Matt Fuinlluie Cu. M-22b-ltc I sED ,1-i'C. DINETTE SET. Folt- mlci lop ni'.m.v new, .%H r \<m Matt I'uullHlle I'M. ,'I 1-VVli-21 C It IIMTI It I'. Al ( I ION: I I". M.. Sepl 2*. Ti'inpletnn. Iown. Elect I li .stove, l-'i lyidairc leli IKIM aloi . kit- cUeli ilinetle, complete line o[ boiisehnld lurnlture and some an- liipir.s Km iner Martin J)o/lei Estate, owned ti\ l-.ditb Conkltn .'•i 22 .1 -21 p BIN NESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have Iho tiest in Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Reulty, Uranite Falls, Mlnn : B7-2T4-tfc TWO UNIMPROVED FARMS, TWO farms on contract. Flank Hoffmann, Phone 2210. 117-219-1 fc Used Cars & Trucks 71 IH.17 FORD VK FAIRLANE '.'-DOOR Vlctnitn. Radio heater, overdrive. .$l,ino. Terms S it M Finance Co, Carroll, Iowa. l -"-??ZL"''H£ •87 CMC 'i TON PICK-liP. 18,0(10 mtlea 3.U7 axle. Radio, heater, clean. Ti."> Uulck Suiter 4-Uoor, Radio, heater, Dynaflow, Power steering and brakes EZ ove glass, 2 tone. Special prico $101),*). Real Sharp. WtUrock MotorB. 71-207-tfc 10*in PONTJAC STATION WAliON, 2 door V-S Standard transmission. Radio and Heater. Lltfht flreeli. McCoy Motors 7l-2t<;-((c 1II .*> t FORD Tl'HOR V-K. OVEIl- ilrlve, radio, healer, real Cnnd, $2.Ml.l)0. Phone I«i2li. 71-22-1-31 p HERE IS WHERE TO STOP FOR THE BETTER USED CARS i 1958 Fairlane 4-de.or Ford. Automatic shift, like new For Sale 55 CAMELS, LlChlEs AND ALL REG. i (••^•.llelles 'Jli pk. oi 1 |i,i jib-. I ('llal !e\ s Place . I.'I V Is-Ue , AUCTION SALE - Western Feeder Cattle 500 Head of Choice Yearlings SATURDAY, SEPT 26 i P ' m . "l-'KATUIUNG TUK K'll'UAHT RANCH Vr.Alil.5N(; STKKHS Mtd.M M(;N'1 - ,\NA" They aru good doers vvitli youtl heads, plenty ol hone, and excellent liair-toul--an exceptionally well-bred string that everyone will appreeiaie. 41 Whitefaee steers, choice lo fancy, one brand, wt., 800. •12 Whitefaee steers, youd to ihoice, one liratul. wl., {125-7 (111. 13S Whitefaee bleer.s, choice, one In and wt., {J40-7UU. 32 Whiteluce .steers, yearlings, wi . tiUt) 21 Wliilelace steers, yeai lmys. ul . 5,'itl tine load black whitelaee calves ut . ion Une load wliilelace cahes, wl., 42o. CENTRAL IOWA LIVESTOCK, INC. 11; 11.... M i, i•....... . ' Ltilhcr H. Miller, Mana«ei HIPI'KV. IOWA SKK Til KM IN OlfK VAKDS Af ANY T1MK I'hoiie Uippes 31 41-22B -1U- KIDDIE CAR 1U -K. 1 'rice S4.D5 l'liicK. $4.45 I II \ o|J ilSSCMlhlt' ,U yuuisell Cut-Price Toy House llwy. 3(1 West GO CAR! COME! UI.AI.I.R lOIRl Carroll County. "Ilollesl" on | wheels Demonstrated ui Koselle Hall Park Art llulsinfi, Carroll, I Iowa I'hnne IlO.'l*) -i.-,-22rvtitc lOlt SALE; SCHOOL lU'S, I'l'lt- noln-ii l"i In Kin ((iia'i'ers. .see .Mrs. hit Tumi), Liineiiboi n. , 22-1 -.tlii 1957 Chevrolet Bel-Air. 4-door, autoinalic shill, low mileage. 1957 Buick 4 door Special, automatic slult 1956 Buick Soecial, 2-door sedan, autoinalic shill 7 other yood used ears 1957 GMC Pick-up '. Ton. New 1958 Chev. Pick-up '•j loll, l.onn wheelhase, lout; box, 4-speed iransini.s.sion. 1958 International '.• Tun pick-up. like new. Jeep Pick-up 1 w heel dine Jeep Pick-up 2 w lu el drive. STRUVE MOTOR CO. liliiek .lee '.i IValct Manning, luwa 71-224 ;Uc Auto Service 75 WE SI OUK.ST—1| WE VOl II C\ll- lniM'tor adjiiNicd [m vunici dn\ lO^. , MOW ' See Clean, l.oikhuil AuUmiotls« ,-svi VHC. 7 ,')'22U-tl't days of star!ling headlines about the hoss of world communism, is pictured as hopeful the tour had some impact upon the visitor which might induce him to listen more receptively to the U.S. government's arguments. The two get down to man-to­ man talks this weekend in a placid setting ideally adapted to talk about peace. In the cool privacy of the President's Camp David retreat in the Catocin Mountains, fifi miles away from the bustle of Washington, the two will talk until Sunday about disarmament, divided Germany, nuclear weapons and other issues which keep the world's nerves on edge. Khrushchev ended his United States tour with the same note of persistent challenge he sounded at the outset: The burden of proof of good intentions is upon the United States. Private Dinner This was his theme at the final non-diplomatic gathering of his tour, a dinner in Washington attended by a group of leading U.S. businessmen Thursday night. The dinner, given by Eric Kidder, publisher of the New York Journal of Commerce, was private. Those present quoted Khrushchev as saying: "if the United States renounces disarmament, one would doubt its sincerity. H would not appear to be mature." This, for Khrushchev, is one test of American intentions. Another, he made plain, will be willingness of the United States to sell the USSR, anything or everything, regardless of any item's usefulness for building a war machine. Khrushchev canceled plans for a visit this morning to the National Institutes of Health at nearby Bethesda, Md. He could us.e that time to rest up after his taxing experiences. His fatigue had begun to show- Lot of Homework But Khrushchev also probably needed that time to catch up on his paper work. He would have a good deal of homework to do in private before departing for Camp David in the afternoon. His only other scheduled activity was a luncheon as guest of Secretary of State Christian A. Herter. There have been 11 days of spectacular touring, hi-jinks, arguing, cajoling, corn-inspecting, baby-kissing and other related activities. Rut this weekend is the payoff, the quiet, down-to-earth climax to a hihterto diverting show. The world Communist boss bar­ reled back into the nation's capital from Pittsburgh still a study in human energy, ready te take on all comers at a reception he gave at the Sovet Embassy. With little time for rest after his whirlwind tour of Pittsburgh, he was garrulous and argumentative as ever. Vice President Kichard M. Nixon, a guest at the reception, inquired about the Premier's health. "Fine." snorted Khrushchev. "Did you think I had succumbed'.'" "No," replied Nixon, "Vou have too much energy for that." Khrushchev arrived back in Washington after a quick stop at Pittsburgh, where he toured the Mesta Machinery Co., in one of bis happier moods. He swapped quips with workers and gave one a wrist watch in exchange for a cigar. He also repeated his contention that (he United Slates, not the Soviet Union, was the sinner responsible for the state of world politics. "The political cold war is coming trom you, not from us," insisted the Communist chief. "We are not afraid of the cold, but wc would like more favorable winds lo blow " Hack in Washington. Khrushchev tound the public reception a little less chilly than on the day ot lus arrival Sept la. Hut along l 'etiii.syhatua Avenue, most of the thousands waiting for a gliiup .se ol the returning tourist were just as silent as the crowds had been on the first day Some waved, and the Premier happily waved back The lour was ended B u t Khrushchev s surprises were not. lie startled his Soviet and American security guards by ignoring u carefully arranged motorcade and walking the block and a half Irom the Soviet Kmbassy to the Sole Date Claimed Sept. 29 A V. Wilbeidlnc C I OMIIM mil faini side. 1 uilie west and 3 miles south of Ureda. Boss & Grote, Amis Sept 30 Herman W. Groto. executor al Grute Ksttttu, 100 acre (.moll Couniy Farm. 4 mllea east, H miles soiitti and ' : mile east of the \ i iiy ol Carroll. Caul Groto, Auct. Oct. 1 Al Doss Special Dairy Sale, I' annuls Salu Hum, Carroll, Iowa, Dec. 1 Win. Ki'iinebeelc clonloi* out i .oin sale. 3 miles east of Can oil on ll.w :i0 and 4 miles, south on Air-: IIIII-I mad. mile east and 'a mile stiiiili Or 'i miles north. 2'v east und 1 mile .siiiuh ol Wllley. llyeily and Inherit, Amis. Dec. IS Joe Dunner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Ill- Way 30, 1 mile south, I mile east and 'i soiilh. liyiirty & (rlhock, Aucts. Jan. 1 I Hive Wledcrln. (.'losing Out s.tle l', miles west ol .Wt. Cannot, in :' miles cast, 2 south, U oast Of UieuV (jiulu & Ujcrly, Aucls. CAMOUFLAGE . . . Here's how some ingenious person has trlcked-up a new oxygen dispenser to make its use attractive to small fry. Clown's left "eye" is pressure gauge that moves when oxygen is dispensed; liose unit is given a candy-striped effect with tape, and a party hat srreens the mixrr mechanism. Sheraton-Carlton for his dinner- date with the businessmen. While a horde of security men and reporters swarmed around him, Khrushchev waved amiably to startled passers-by. Apart from enormous confusion, the two-minute walk was completed without incident. The Communist boss ended his day at 10:41 p.m.. returning lo Blair House, four blocks from the hotel, this time in the safety of the motorcade. M.N.A. Club Entertained by Mrs. Jim Shelp (Tim** HrrnliJ N«w» Scrvl-e) AUBURN —, Mrs. Jim Shelp was hostess to the members of the M.N.O. Club at her home. The evening was spent playing cards with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Don Pick and Mrs. Harold Gorman. The hostess served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. John Wenck have returned from a three-week fishing trip at Leech Lake, near Bemidjl, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Putbrese and son. Jim, and Lillian Wiseman drove to Okoboji Saturday, where they visited with Mrs. Maggie Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. V.M. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Putbrese also called on Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Garnatz. Mrs. Hatlie Hocking and Mrs. Jack Kaufman visited until Sunday in the homes of Mr and Mrs. Paul Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hocking and family at Cherokee. Mrs. Mabelle Coats is visiting relatives in Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Neitzke of Des Moines visited over the weekend with Mrs. LaVona Shannon and Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baird of Schallar and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wright of Storm Lake were Sunday guests of Mrs. Lottie Gorman and Ralph Williamson. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Halslrom and son of Lincoln, Neb., were weekend guests in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brinker. Festival- • Continued from Page 1) Moylan. Bayard; Carol M. Sebring, Boxholm; Cathy Tasler. Churdan: Judith Ann Grettenberg. Coon Rapids; Georgia Cling, Dayton: Patricia Leemkiiil, Denison: Jane Bauer, Exira; Carol Fielder, G 1 i d d e n- Ralston; Sonja Piltingsrud, Gowrie; Sheila Nolan, Guthrie Center; Nancy Miller, Harlan; Julia Christensen, Ida Grove; ^Cathryn Tighe. Jamaica; Sondra Blanchfield, Lake City; Janet Olerich, Lake View; Ava Jane Rossmanith, Lohrvilte; Marlene Baskerville, Lytton; Carolyn McCaffrey, Manilla; Frances Grimm, Manning; Donna Niemand. Manson; Joan lbs- jgaard, Mapleton; Karen Weidauer. Pomeroy; Glenda Van Zanber- gen. Rockwell City; Sonne*) Olson, Sac City; and Pam Pound, Scranton. Queen candidates, along with bandmasters and their wives, members of the SUI Highlanders and members of the SAC Air Force Band will be guests of the Chamber of Commerce at luncheon in the auditorium of SS. Peter and Paul School at 12:30 Saturday. Joy Circle Goes Western at Lanesboro Church (Time* Hrmld .N>w« Hrrvlce) LANESBORO - The Joy Circle began their first meeting of the year with a 3 -course supper in Fellowship Hall, served by the Mary- Martha Circle. The theme was western style, with eampfires, chuck wagons and corrals. Tables were covered with checkered cloths; and favors were small covered wagons. The room was decorated with old fashioned lamps, western blankets draped along the walls, cactus plants, and small cowboy boots and gun holsters. Imitation eampfires were placed about the room, with saddles and horse collars nearby. The serving table resembled a covered wagon. Each member was given a small cactus plant to take home. The regular meeting followed supper. Roll call was a "House Cleaning Experience." The next meeting will be Oct. 21 at the home of Mrs. Edgar Hunt. "Smokey" to Visit Manning Children < Times Herald »wi Hervlru) MANNING - Grade School youngsters will receive a visit from "Smokey" the fire prevention boar Monday, Sept. 21, according to Fire Chief Billie Ohdc. The "bear" will be featured in a program of about 25 minutes duration He is sponsored hy the, Manning Fire Department a n d i comes here through the Stale Conservation Commission. Other i schools to be visited by "Smokey" j ate Coon Rapids, Dedhani, Templeton. Manilla and Irwin. j Wayne Brus, Allan Fonken. Ver-' noii Sonksen and David Peters, all lD.jy graduates of Manning High School, have pledged Beta Sigma Psi at Iowa State University. Paul Volquartsen, who was in charge of the meat department at Thrifty Food Market for 14 years, is now manager of the meal department al A&G Food Store. Mrs. Michael Mitchell a n d daughter of Des Moines are spending an indefinite time with Mrs. Mitchell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clans Nielsen. Sharon Schrum, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Schrum, has enrolled at Iowa Lutheran Hospital school of nursing in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. George Peters aiid Mr. and Mrs Arnold Brus visited in Ames Tuesday and attended a meeting for parents of new students at Iowa State University. Mrs Bertha Sonksen has returned to Clinton alter spending a week with relatives and friends. Wounded Steel Chief Has Stroke HYANNIS, Mass. APJ—Walter F. Munford, 59, president of U.S. Steel Corp., suffered a cerebral thrombosis which partially paralyzed him Thursday, after surgery for an accidental knife wound in his abdomen. Dr. Robert L. O'Connor. U.S. Steel medical director, disclosed today that Munford had suffered a stroke late Thursday afternoon and had since been under the care of Boston specialists. His condition was described as not critical, but he has a paralysis of his right arm and difficulty in speaking. The report said Munford is progressing satisfactorily in his recovery from surgery on Wednesday for a deep knife wound in his abdomen. A district attorney's report said he appeared to have slipped and fallen on a knife he was putting away in the kitchen of his Chatham home Wednesday. Auburn Students Are Off to College (Time* HeraJd Nenri Srrvlco) AUBURN —Harold Hensel left Tuesday for Cedar Falls to enter Iowa State Teachers College as a sophomore student Jim Putbrese also left for Cedar Palls Tuesday for his «senior year. Judy George and Betty Gerdes have entered Iowa State Teachers College as freshmen. Ward Bean, Dean Bauer, David and Lynn Hensel have gone to Maryville, Mo., to enter Northwest Missouri State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell O'Tool of Carnarvon, Mrs. Ben Ennenga and Mr. and Mrs, Rudy Weber visited Ben Ennenga in the Veterans Hospital at Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ennenga and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Ennenga of Reading, Minn., visited Mr. Ennenga Monday. Seventeen members of the Merry Martha class of the United Presbyterian Sunday School met Tuesday evening at the home of Alice Corry. Mrs. Harold Gorman was devotional leader and Mrs. Carl Wurr presented the lesson. Mrs. J. L. Hanks, president, presided at Ihe business session. The hostesses. Miss Corry, Mrs. Lottie Gorman and Mrs. Vora Cline served refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. Wulle Wanniger of Manning visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heim en route from a trip to LaCrosse. Wis., where they had visited friends. They also visited the birthplaces of the women's mother, Mrs. Joe Skalla at Gultenberg, and the church where Mrs. Skalla was baptized. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Koepsel and family of Des Moines were Sunday guests of her mother, Mrs. Anna Willert. Their daughter Cindy accompanied them home after spending two weeks with her grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer lUtdeen of Columbus, Neb., .spent Iho weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Putbrese at the Putbrese cottage at Black Hawk Lake Mrs. Fred Theulen, Mr and Mrs. Louis Ruulkoff and daughter, Karla Lou and Morrio Ringleb of Dedham were Friday evening guests in the home of Mr and Mrs. Robert Theulen and family in observance of Rundy Joe Thelen's second birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Gansmer spent Sunday at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sporleder visited Sunday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Town and daughter at Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sporleder and fumily at Council Bluffs. DISTANT VAULT TOMAH, Wis. <AP> — Thu Bank of Toman and its vault are about a half block apart. The bank ia temporarily located in an old grocery store but it continues to UBD the old vault while a new bunk l» beint; construcuid,

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