Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 26, 1959 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, September 26, 1959
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Shnri Morlan and Virginia Sharp ] will go to his new station at Nel> will leave Monday to enter the I lis Air Force Base near Las Veg- Northwest Institute of Medical Laboratory Technicians at Minneapolis. They will be accompanied by Shari's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Morlan. S-Sgt. Bernard G. Gundel and A-2c Lawrence C. Gundel, who have been visiting their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. George J. Gundel in Grant Township, left for as, Nov. He was stationed previously In Frankfurt, Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Dlllchay and family arc moving this weekend from 339 North Crawf o r d Street to the residence at 521 North East Street. Mildred Bower, elementary supervisor of county schools, is attend- Sioux City Friday morning. From ing an Elementary Education Con- there S-Sgt. Gundel will return to j ference at Iowa State Teachers Glasgow, Mont . and A-2c Gundel 1 College. Cedar Falls, Saturday. Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll St. Offiei 9782 Horn* 9587 Dr. N. D. Schulz DENTIST 822 N. Main St. Prion* 2528 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Al Boss Specializing in Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Contact Lens Specialist Dr. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist VISION SPECIALIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE DIAL 3318 Ground Floor Offic* Next to Ellerbroek's CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE OVER WOOLWORTH'S - PHONE 9709 CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST For your convenience, there is an elevator located at the northwest corner of the Woolworth building. Dr. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Corner 5th and Main Sts. DIAL 9687 CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516Va N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 ROBERT S. MORROW CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits, Systems and Tax Accounting 100 West Fifth Street — Carroll, Iowa DR. R. J. FERLIC, M.D. 117 West 7th - Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 — 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 R B MORRISON, M.D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding J, V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the Eye Glasses Fitted A. REAS ANNEBERG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Hearing Aid* WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Woman and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Fractures JAMES M. TIERNEY, M.D. - Internal Medicine JOE T. McKIBBENi M.D. - General Surgery DIAL 3557 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Sept. 26, 1959 Calendar Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild. Methodist Church, 7:45 p.m. Past Grand Regents, Templeton, Mrs. Rafael Knobbe DeRelles, Mrs. Dick Happe MCC Club, Mrs. August Dierks Monday Bridge Club, Mrs. Louis H. Anderson, Burke Motor Inn Pomptae Somatco, Mrs. Al Gute Round Table, Burke Motor Inn Wednesday- Zone Rally, Lutheran Women's Missionary League, Lake City H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin G.T.OB. Club, Mrs. Lillian Reinhart Wa-Tan-Ye Club, J. C. Schwarzenbach Home Thursday- Clio Club, Public Library Clubroom Kardettes, Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse N.O.E. Club. Mrs. Cliff Bell Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Jaycee-Ettes, Amber Room, Club 30 8-4 Fun Club, Mrs. Foster Miller Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Roy J. Burns Louise James Bowler And ^*°^ r V s |r. L. C. Hostess Koenig Marry Louise Bowler, Carroll, became the bride of James Koenig in a nine o'clock ceremony Saturday morning, Sept. 26, at St. Joseph's Church in Carroll. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Bowler, Maywood, Calif.; and the bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo W. Koenig, Halbur. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch performed the double ring ceremony, the bride having been given in marriage by her uncle, Lylo McPherson. Matching bouquets of lavender chrysanthemums decorated the altar. The arm bouquet which the bride placed on the Blessed Virgin's altar was of white chrysanthemums tied with Madonna blue satin. Sr. M. Innocenlia was organist, playing appropriate wedding music throughout the service, processional and recessional by Rossini, and accompanying St. Joseph's Children's Choir. Attending the bride were Kathleen Kerwin and the bridegroom's sister, Judy Koenig. Maury Heinrichs, a cousin, and Jack Stangl were the bridegroom's attendants. Vera Mae Wittry and Eugene Derner Marry Vera Mae Wittry and Eugene Derner were married at 9:30 Saturday morning, Sept. 26, at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel, in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. 0. \V. Koester. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wittry, Route 2, Carroll, and A. J. Derner, Breda, and the late Mrs. Derner. Mr. Wittry gave his daughter in P ersonals Mr. and Mrs. James T. Simpson of Boone, formerly of Carroll, are guests of Mrs. B. W. Fisk. They came Friday night and are spending Saturday here. The Rev. and Mrs. H. Philip Auffrey will leave Monday on a month's vacation trip to New York State and New England during which they will visit relatives and friends in their former home at Pittsfield, Mass. Diane and Allan Heuton, Ames, arrived Friday night to visit their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Short, for the weekend. They will be joined Saturday by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heuton and son David. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Osborne and family, Grimes, are coming Sunday to spend the day with Mrs. Osborne's mother, Mrs. Ann Hagedorn. marriage before an altar decorated with matching bouquets of white gladioli and peacock blue carnations. The bride's bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar was of white chrysanthemums fashioned with blue satin. Music for the wedding included Rossini's wedding march and recessional. Mass was sung by the Mt. Carmel Mixed Chorus. Mrs. Howard Bock was matron of honor, and Marcia Witt r y, bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the bride. Her niece, Sharon Bock, was flower girl. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Jim Derner, as best man. and Fred Pudenz, groomsman. Ushers were their brothers Arden Wittry and Bill Derner. The bride's all-white gown of silk organza over bridal taffeta was fashioned with a scoop neckline, long sleeves, and full skirt worn over ho.ops. Her silk illusion veil of fingertip length was fastened to a plateau of tulle petals with pearl clips. A detachable red rose corsage centered her cascade bouquet of red Happiness roses. Deep turquoise gowns were worn by her attendants, fashioned of sheer nylon over matching taffeta, with full skirts falling to intermission length. They wore small Guests were seated by Lyle McPherson and Don Heilman. * • * The bride wore a formal gown of imported Italian silk trimmed in Alencon lace, with bouffant skirt ending in a chapel train. A half-hat of jeweled lace held her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion. She carried a crescent- style bouquet holding feathered white chrysanthemums centered with a detachable lavender hybrid orchid corsage. Her attendants were dressed in lilac and romance purple nylon organza over matching taffeta, with bouffant skirts worn over hoops, Each carried a crescent • styled bouquet of pompon chrysanthemums with lavender chrysanthemum center, carrying out t h e bride's colors of lavender and white. j|C !(t 9|E Dinner at noon at the Burke Motor Inn for 100 guests was followed by a reception there from 2 to 5 p.m. for 225 guests. Table decorations were in the bride's colors, and shadowed green huckleberry foliage encircled the wedding cake. The couple left after the reception for a short trip. After Oct. 10 they will be at home at 5957 Heliotrope Circle, Maywood, Calif. Mrs. Koenig graduated from Kuemper High School and has been employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. in Carroll. The bridegroom attended Carroll and Pocahontas Sacred Heart High Schools. He is employed as a salesman. Mrs. Everett M. Rogers was hostess to members of the F.L.C. Club Friday afternoon at the first meeting of the season. Assisted by Mrs. Thomas B. Wills, she served a plate lunch at the beginning of the afternoon. The dining table was centered with an arrangement of cosmos and other fall flowers. The business meeting opened with the pledge of allegiance by the grolip; and Wilma Mohler read a poem, "Clubwoman's Collect." Roll call was answered by telling a custom of the Hawaiian people. Mrs. Carl F. Bauerle, the club's new president, conducted the meeting. Other new officers are Mrs. Rogers, vice president; Mrs. Wayne Harriott, secretary; and Mrs. R. K. Cooper, treasurer. Announcement was made of a federated club meeting \\{ Pocahontas Oct. 5. Mrs. Donald L. Hillyer, chairman of Carroll County Federation of Women's Clubs, gave a short talk on club events of the coming year. • * * Mrs. B. W. Fisk gave the lesson on Hawaii, telling about the ways of living, habits and customs of the people. Among the pictures that were shown was one of the Hawaiian Village Hotel in Honolulu where Bill Quinn, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Quinn of Carroll, is serving as executive assistant manager until assuming managerial duties of two hotels in Alaska Nov. 1. The club's next meeting will be Oct. 8 at the home of Mrs. Alfred H. Meyers. Rita A. Haberl Bride Of Arthur Bruch, Jr. SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll was the setting for the wedding of Rita Ann Hab e r 1, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Haberl, Route 2, Carroll, and Arthur Bruch Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Bruch Sr., Arcadia. The Rev. Walter Bruch, Pocahontas, read the double ring service at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, before an altar decorated with matching bouquets of white gladioli tied with blue. The bride placed a bouquet of white pom poms tied with blue on the altar of the Blessed Virgin. Mass was sung by the Rosary and Altar Society Choir with Louise Florencourt as organist-director. Miss Florencourt also played the processional, recessional and appropriate music during the ceremony. Janet Grossman was maid of honor, and Kathleen Daniel, bridesmaid. Robert Bruch was his brother's best man, and Bernard Haberl, the bride's brother, groomsman. Donna Venner was flower girl; and Ronald Willenborg, ring bear e r. The couple's brothers, Erwin Haberl and Marvin Bruch, seated the guests. * * * The bride wore an all-white floor- length gown of French imported Rosepointe lace, nylon tullene and bridalure satin, traditionally styled. Her fingertip circular veil of Meet* imported all-silk illusion fell from 1 fT1 * wl a capette of lace with bow trim, seed pearls and iridescents. Her bouquet was a cascade of white feathered carnations and stephanotis centered with a detachable corsage of pink roses. The romance blue gowns of the attendants were identically styled of pure silk sheer organza and satin, Their plateau h e a dpieces matched the gowns in color. They carried crescent-shaped bouquets of fanfare carnations. The flower girl's white dress of pure sheer organza with full gathered skirt was street-length, featuring an American beauty rose sash. She carried a nosegay of white carnations edged with blue. * * * Dinner for 80 guests was served at noon at the Elks Hall which was decorated in the bride's colors of blue and American beauty rose. A reception followed from 2 to 5 p.m. for 160 guests. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bruch are taking a week's trip to western states, and will be at home after Oct. 4 at Arcadia, where Mr. Bruch is engaged in farming. Both the bride and groom are graduates of Kuemper High School. Mrs. Bruch is employed as a bookkeeper at the Lee Store in Carroll. Byron Johnson Is On Furlough From the Air Force (Time* Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - A-3 Byron Johnson arrived home Friday for a 24 week furlough with his parents , f Auduboni and Rob ert Nair. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Johnson At M and Mrs Merlin Nair the end of his furlough he will re-1 " ~ .. • • Jo Ann Christensen, Robert Nair Married 4 UPW Circles n Auburn (Times llrrnld Ncwi Service) DEDHAM — Jo Ann Christensen, daughter of Harry Christensen of Dedham, and Mrs. Ellen Christen- (Tlmrs Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Four circles of the United Presbyterian Women's Organization met Thursday afternoon after a two-month vacation. The lesson subject was "Rejecting the Spirt" from "The Spirit Speaks to the Church." Refreshments were served at each meeting. Nine members of Circle I met at the home of Mrs. Levi Hook. Alice Corry presented the lesson and Mrs. Zillah Spnfford presided at the Frenched edges tinted to match her suit. Ruth Nair, sister of the bride- port to Westover Air Force Base! oJ Dednam ' were married Satur- j groom, attended the bride. She near Springfield, Mass. for on-the- 1 day ' SepL 2B ' at 8:15 am ' The, wore a Navy blue suit, similar to job training « wedding took place at St. Joseph's the bride's, with matching acces- ... „ . _ . * i Recotory immediately followi n g sories and corsage. Mi. and Mrs. Frank Z.mmer i mass Tne double ring cer emony 1 was read by the Rev. Henry Meyer. The bride wore a powder blue were dinner guests Sunday of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Zimmer at Ida Grove. In the afternoon they visited in the Charles Stephanie, Har! old Brown and Jim Fouts home at 1 Woodbine. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters vis-, ited Sunday with Mrs. Zella Free- i man and in the G rover Cole home at Fonda. Mr. and Mrs. John Obman of Rembrandt were dinner guests of Mrs. Minne Gilson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Leighter and Mr. and Mrs Rebekahs Meet In Regular Session Members of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 held a regular meeting in I.O.O.F. Hall Friday evening. Routine business was conducted by Mrs. Rollen Gray, noble grand. Lunch was served afterwards by Mrs. Pete Jensen and Mrs. H. B. Carroll. Mrs. James T. Simpson, Boone, was present. The next meeting will be Friday evening, Oct. 9. How to keep tensions from upsetting you— Do little things upset you? Do you worry too much? Do you "blow up" when you know you shouldn't? Then don't fail to read this message! It's the best way you can possibly spend the next 47 seconds. Today, 1 out of every 10 of our fellow Americans has a serious mental problem. Beyond this, millions more of us are suffering from minor emotional problems. These problems can take a lot of the joy out of living, both for us and for the people around us. Somehow each of us must learn how to deal with our own emotional tensions . . . how to keep these tensions from upsetting us and making us unhappy. Here's a good way to start. Send today for the new free booklet, "How To Deal With Your Tensions". Write: Box 2500, New. York 1, N.Y. This booklet, written by pyscbiatric experts, gives valuable, easy-to-follow suggestions about how you can handle your tensions, and thus lire happier. It also (ells where to And professional help, if needed. Send for It today. Published as a public service in cooper- atiart with The Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association, Kirby Leighter were „ S uests in the Herb Leighter home crowns of braid and pearl with 1 al A1 S°"a Sunday, short face veils, and carried cas- Mr - and Mrs ' Robert Neill, Shen- cade bouquets holding white pom- ando . an ' spent several days visit- pon chrysanthemums with sun- j ng in tlie Richard Murphy home bursting red Sweetheart roses The flower girl carried white and shaded peacock blue pompon chrysanthemums in a bridal wicker basket. Dinner was served at the Mt. Carmel Hall to 120 guests. In the afternoon, an additional 140 guests were entertained at a reception. Mr. and Mrs. Derner left for a week's trip to western states, the bride wearing a wool sheath dress in royal blue, with black accessories. They will be at home after Oct- 5. at 424 West Tenth Street, Carroll. Mrs. Derner is employed at the Carroll County A.S.C. Office, and her husband, at Paul and Wayne's Skelly Service. last week. The Murphys have mov ed into their new home in the Zein addition. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lille and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Lille visited relatives at Mapleton and Danbury Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hoeg spent from Thursday until Monday with their son Dr. Dwight Hoeg and family in Duluth, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Vernol Hanson and family spent the weekend with relatives at Wilmer, Minn. Saturday evening they attended the wedding of a niece at Atwatter. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Dumler and son of Red Oak spent the weekend in the John Gerdes home. Kenneth Gerdes of Des Moines spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Peters went to Clair City, Minn., Monday and; Tuesday they attended the funeral of a cousin, I. 0. Peterson. Mr and Mrs. Bill Ferguson and son of Forest City spent Sunday „ • with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy • "^e uiwk is i Ferguson. angles The flov... •••'»/• Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Drilling were • f^Ws? ^^^n * P St- joined by Mr. and Mrs. Frank I tern or patches. Buchheit, Carroll, and Mr. and i . senu Thirty-five fitted suit with blue dyed mink col- r. a nr;n ~ rn 5 C !jlhL fC n lher .' ,at: a " d ,? business meeting. Mrs. Duane Haco. sage of white carnations with, lcy was co . hos * ss Mrs , b:d Un . grue and Mrs. Harold Gorman were hostesses to eight members of Circle II at the Ungrue home. Mrs. Max Pctzcuhauscr and Mrs. H. C. Bruns presented the lesson and Mrs. James Dreeszen conducted the business meeting. Circle III met at the home of Mrs. Keith Kent. Her co-hostess was Mrs. Clarence Hospelhorn. Twelve members were present. Mrs. J. L. Hanks gave the lesson and Mrs. Le Roy Wunderly conducted the business meeting. Mrs. F I. Osburn and Mrs. 0. V. Dreeszen entertained ten members of Circle IV at the Osburn home. Mrs. Lillie Mae Dreeszen was lesson leader. Mrs. Marvin Blessinglon conducted the business meeting at which plans were made for the annual chicken dinner, Oct. 7. Members of the U.P.W. received an invitation to attend Guest Day at the Wheatland Pres- byterain Church west of Breda Oct. 1. The bridegroom's attendant was Eugene Kitt, a friend of the couple. A breakfast for the bridal party and immediate families was held at the home of the bride following the wedding. Afterwards the couple left on a trip to northestern Iowa and Wisconsin. After October 1, they will make their borne seven miles northeast of Dedham, at old Carrollton. Their address will be Dedham, Route 1. The bride is a graduate of Audubon High School and the groom attended Carroll High School and Kuemper. He is employed as mechanic at Ringleb Automotive at Dedham. Presbyterians to Observe Promotion and Recognition Day RETURN FROM ST. LOUIS (Time* Herald Nrw» Service) DEDHAM - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kitt returned Saturday evening from St. Louis, Mo., where they had visited since Wednesday Promotion and Recognition Day ! witn Mr Kiu ' s aunt - sister M - Dan " for Church School classes will be I lela ' Thc y als0 s P ent a dav at Al " observed in the Presbyter i a n , ton ' 111 • visilin g relatives. Church Sunday. Virgil Hoehne spent the weekend A special service to which par- at the home of his parents. Mr. ents as well as children of the I and Mrs. Arthur Hoehne. Last Church School are invited will be! week Virgil entered the University conducted in the sanctuary at 9:30 ! of South Dakota at Vermillion, as a.m. by Howard Mohler and Mrs A. Reas Amiebcrg. Promotion certificates will be presented to class A field of bright pomsetlia creates glowing coinr display on yGur 5 Local Exhibitors at Ak Livestock Show W. R. Millender, assistant county extension director, and five county 4-H members left Sunday for Omaha where the 4-H members will be exhibitors at the Ak- Sar-Ben livestock show. The five exhibitors are Jack Hinners of the Halbur Community 4-H Club, Den- •••• ----- . ,"r""- nn '.T"fnp nis Grimm, Carol and Stanl e y 1 Mrs. Joe KeHoe, Lake City, Sun- 1 Jach pattern fo n r~ a st-ciass mailing Beck, and Fred Gruhn of the Man- i day visiting relatives at Bedford. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 ft ,,r..,„ . u . Mrs. Robert Deur and Mrs. L.A. • oid US Cheisoa 'sttuto^c^ew York, xx, Drilling attended a Girl Scout; N.Y. Print plainly NAME. AD-, .....«, .... . .. Neighborhood Council meeting at DRKSS, ZONE, FATTEUN NUMBKB . , recently. They had to stop to put fin rs,„ ^ ouncu meeil "S at JUST OUT , Qur New 196Q , co | fu . e . n h ignition system Lake City. Brooks Neerilecraft Book contains , f . . . Karen Kolbe returned home from i THREE FREE Patterns Plus ideas oi tne lire true*. Disneyland, where she had been; f 0a „ l r*m. r . W employed during the summer. She! citing unusual designs to crochet a freshman student Donna Lee Haubricbx daughter of .Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Haubrich, has es advancing from one department • assumed duties as cashier at the to another and all other classes ; Hi-way Cafe In Carroll. will be recognized. Copies of the \ ' Revised Version of the Bible will i be given to boys and girls enter- i ing the Primary Department. | A training meeting for teachers; and substitutes of the Junior De- ! partment will be held in the under- f lower (one large 'croft at 7:30 p m. Tuesday. This 1 will be the fourth in a series of! training sessions for members of' the Church School staff. cents (coins) ning-Win-or-Grin Club. Glen Ah- jrendsen of the Manning club is | showing his Shorthorn beef heifers I Saturday. The others are scheduled to show next week. FIRST^COME, FIRST SERVED ST. JOSEPH. Mo. (AP) - Firemen were late answering an alarm returned to Drake University Monday to begin her senior year. knit, sew, embroider, huck weave, quilt. Be with the newest — send 25 cents now! cmHEi MASTEB'S CHAMPION prawdes better picturw on dunnefe 2 t* W fern any oriter TV asterna ever mod* I Let w install ChanoaJ Matter 's CHAMPION today - W% MM moving your boat* MIUES CLOSQt to *m TV station. CoV today fof faff tlttofli, Thit Antenna "Tops" for Color TV Also! SPORRER'S TV & Appliances 9th and-Salinger Open Evenings Except Sunday Fresh Cur mi—. ^ Wedding Flowers Artistic designs for the bride and bridal party. £ Funeral Flowers Convoy your thoughtful message In lime of sorrow. 0 All Occasion Bouquets Birthdays — anniversaries — homecomings — a new baby — whatever the occasion flowers are the perfect gift. DIAL 3636 ANN'S FLOWER & GIFT SHOP 2 Doors West of Main Ice Cream MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Aqents for North American Van Lines, trw. Gqnal Service \£ No matter what is spent for a funeral, every family receives equal attention. Time and understanding care are given unstintingly to assure perfect service. TWIT WW PHONE 3191 CARROLL.

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