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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS Uj> to 23 word* over 29 word! .41.50 6c por word :l!: ?0 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch 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 6 cents Three days, por word_____— IB cents Cards of Thanks CART) OP TIIANKS Mnny thanks to the sisters, priests, doctors and nurses for their wonderful care, also relatives nnd friends for visits, cards and flowers. Mrs. Mary Stnrtnnn. Announcements 6 DIAX 8630 FOR FRESH CUT FLOW- ers for "any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc STORY & CLARK 1'IANOS. nUK sher Band. Instruments, See us before vou buv! Ilolley's I'lnnu House. '1 blk. west uml G bllts north of the post office. 1127 North Carroll St., Carroll, Iowa Dial 2560. 6-224-Gl|) FUSSING WON 'T FIX IT!—CALL us. Guaranteed •professional T.V. Service. Complete- stock purls and tubes. Prompt calls, moderate prices, Runrnntopd service Phonn 9513. Sporrer's T.V. G-222-0U: James J. Duncan AUCTION SALE OF FURNITURE Wednesday 1:30 p. m. 503 EA ST 11TH ST. Watch Monday's" paper for complete listing of furniture. Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS IP TO JftOO— Loans and installment financing Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED! WOMTCN TO WORK IN processing Dept. Immediate employment. Apply in person. Oeoma Foods Co. 22-22.1-6tc WAITRESS WANTED'. $40 PER week. No Sundays. Apply in per«on. Hwy. Cafe. 22-2iS-tfc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: 6 AND 10 HOLE REO- ulnr nests. Special price while supply lasts. Kruse Hatchery West on Hwy. 30. Carroll, Iowa. 32-224-4tc MEN-WOMEN $20 DAILY. SELL luminous name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro, Mass. 23-226-6tp Situation Wanted 24 WANTED: SEWING OF AXL KINDS. Christmas gifts, doll clothes and crocheting. Write Box M.U. c/o Daily Times Herald. 24-226-2tc Farm Machinery 33 8 USED 226 PICKERS; S USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2- row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. , 33-209-tfc SPECIAL SALE 5-TON WAGON HOIST $75.88 CARROLL WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. 33-224-6tc WOODS PtCKF.lt. RED. GOOD CON- cllllon^Leo Kenze. 33-225-3tp REDS WOODS CORN PICKER, pood condition. Frank Bclllng- hauson, Arcadia', Iowa. 3.1-226-31 c Household Goods 51 YOVt SAID IT, CY! IT'S ttEAM.Y A buy. Blue Lustre rug and upholstery cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-227-ltc FOR SALE: WHITE KITCHEN trash burner, good condition. John Steffes, Carroll Ttt. 3. 51-227-2tp WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and UBed electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfc Times Her»ld, Carroll, la. mm Saturday, Stpf. 26, 1959 / GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO home freezer , . . 51B9.95. Only $3.00 down. Gambles. 51-111-tfc For Sale 55 GO CART COMET DEALER FOB Carroll County. "Hottest" on wheels. Demonstrated at Roselle Ball Park. Art Hulslng. Carroll, Iowa, Phone 3035. 55-225-6tc Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: INCOME PROPERTY, also desirable as home with monthly income. Write Box M, c/o Times Herald. 63-227-1 tc FOR SALE: 2 & 3 B.R, HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wllbcr Walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Houses for Rent 64 Sports (Continued from Page 2) Glidden- pids, 51-0, as Eddie Schramm scored four touchdowns on runs of 41, 11 and 58 yards and took a 13-yard pass from Gene Pauley for the other. Pauley scored twice. One was a 54-yard pass interception and the other an 82-yard punt return. Coon Rapids was held to a minus 66 yards rushing. Conference Standings: W Glidden 3 Bayard 2 Exira 1 Manning 1 Manilla 1 Guthrie Center 0 Scranton 0 Coon Rapids 0 L T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I 0 2 0 2 0 3 0 FOR RENT: MODERN HOUSE AND Apt. August Wlebers, Westslde. 64-215-1tp HOUSE FOR RENT AT lfl',»fl NORTH Main, $75.00 mo. Sue S. S. J <Udsk. 64-225-3tc FOR KENT: 7-ltOO.M HOUSE, SO. side. Sullable for large fiimllv. Phone 3001. 'ii4-220-31c Apartment for Rent 65 FOR KENT: APT. Dial 9703. NEAR HOSPITAL. K5-227-11 c -ni'.nitnnM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. tM -227-tfe 40-FT. ALL STEEL GRAIN ELEVA- lor. Priced at $150.00. Hemv Mels- cheld, Dedhnm, Iowa. 33-22G-3tc SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest nolst and Helder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Check our prices before buying. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-162-llc Seeds & Feeds 34 2 -KEDKOOM APT. Phone 9643. 1115 NO. MAIN. 65-2j4-tfc Crestland Takes Wall Lake, 36-6 WALL LAKE — An offense that sputtered for three quarters ham pered the Wall Lake Comets here Friday night as they dropped a 30-6 game to Crestland (Early). The invaders got off on the right foot in the first period when Dcterman ran an intercepted pass back for a touchdown. Lenz dupli caled the feat in the final period. The Comets got their attack tin- tracked in the fourth quarter when Pat Lawler hit Russell Cook on a 35-yard scoring pass. MODERN 3-ROOM APT. ditloned. Dlul 3297. AIR CON- 65-153-tfc, PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 810(1. tia -132-lfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc Fair- (Continued from Page 1) THE FOUR MAJOR RELIGIONS IN THE U.S.A. PROTESTANT 61,504,669 ROMAN CATHOLIC 39,509,508 JEWISH 5,500,000 EASTERN ORTHODOX 2,545,318 CHURCH MEMBERSHIP AS PERCENTAGE OF POPULATION A "Out of estimated population of 173,374,000 MEMBERSHIP OF FIVE LARGEST PROTESTANT DENOMINATIONS BAPTIST (27 bodies) 20,493,381 METHODIST (21 bodies) 12,213,097 LUTHERAN (18 bodies) 7,791,248 PRESBYTERIAN (10 bodies) 4,126,583 PROTESTANT EPISCOPAL 3,042,286 DRIVERS LICENSES (Sunpenilnnn and revocation* of driving HcennoA as furnUlicd from record* of the State Oa- Suspcnsions, September 22 Jerry D. Lee, 18, Box 283, Scranton, one year. Failure to have vehicle under control, violation of restricted license. Revocations. September 24 Merlin Stanley, 46, Bailey Apt. 3, Audubon, 60 days. Operating Motor Vehicle while Intoxicated. COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Eugene A. Derner, Carroll and Vera M. Wittry, Carroll; Roland H. Rutten, Carroll and Bonnie C. Kuhlman, Carroll. THE RELIGIOUS RECORD . . . Membership in American churches nnd synagogues reached an all-lime high in 1958. So reports the National Council of Churches in its annual census of 251 church bodies in 49 states. Membership for all faiths, as reported by the churches, themselves, was given as 109,557,741 in 1958, a rise of 5 per cent over 1957. Three of the four major religious groups showed Increases; Jewish figures remained unchanged. Sunday and Sabbath school enrollment and members' contributions also rose. Money spent for construction of religious buildings was 803 million dollars, which was down 5 million from 1957. NUTUENA EGO FEED SALE. $5 .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. Co. 34-222-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 Business Services 14 RADIO * TV SEHV1CB, INOL. OAU radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of lime and expense. All makes sen'Iced and repaired. Coast-to-Cuast Store. Dial 9363. 14-99-ltc WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT— New, yet old fashioned—Pigment 85% Whltelead, 15% Titanium. Joe's Paint Center. 14-133-Uc FETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automallc Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your cur. Reasonnblo prices, prompt service. Lockhurt Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc rOOR RECEPTION? CALX US FOR guaranteed professional service on all makes of Television or Radios. Prompt calls, moderute prices. Coast-to-Coust Store. 14-222-6tc FOR ALL GASOLINE ENGINE lawn mower repair, call or sec Rclnnrt Service, across street west of Safeway. Phone 2126. 14-65-tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lccllon, cauls tor all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If Ms greeting cards It's at Stone Prlnllnu Co. M-125-tlc STARTER, GENKBATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Helmut Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-iS0-tfc FOR SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China ooars, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 lbs. Frca Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Tern Die ton corner FOR SALE: PUREBRED SPOTTED boars. Albert Wenck, 2 miles No. and 2 east, Carroll. 41-221-61 p DUROC BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lento. At Farm 1V4 north of Carroll. Joe Pudenx and Son. 41-220-m- \Vm. P. 41-220-tfc Farms for Sale 67 HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Lesle, Auburn. FOR SALE: 10 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for choieru and Erysipelas. Wavne Rannlnser. 3 west, 3" 4 north. Manning <tl-20b-tfc MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc TWO UNIMPROVED FARMS. TWO farms on contract. Frank Hoffmann, Phone 2210. 67-219-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 l«S7 FORD V8 FAIRLANE J-UOOU Victoria. Radio healer, overdrive. .? 1,400. Terms. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa. 7l-225-3tc '67 UMO Vt TON PICK-UP. 18,000 miles 3.07 axle. Radio, heater, clean. '55 Bulck Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dynafiow, Power steering and brakes. EZ eye glass, 2 tune Special price $1093. Real Sharp WltirocK Motors. 71-207-tfc IU.1B PONTIAC STATION WAGON, 2 iloor V-8. standard transmission. Radio nnd Healer. Light Creen. McCov Motors 71-216-tfc Auto Service 75 LAVDRACE Brlncks, 2 Carroll. BOARS. EDWARD P.; miles east, 4 south of i 4l-21o-1 fc ! WE SVGGKST—HAVE YOIK CAR- liuielor adjusted lor winter driving now' See Cienn. l.ockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-lfC Good Things to Eat SPRING FOR SALE: PUREBRED DCROC, Boars. Walter Piatt. Glidden. 1 4l-2()i)-trc 1 REGISTERED WHITEFACE SHOUT horned hull, about 5 wars "Id. Lawrence Stitz. Templeton. 1'honc 31-W. _ 4l-22:V:Mc I FOR SALE: PUREBRED 1I.\M P- shlre boars. Vaccinated I'm Cholera, cry., anil lopto. Win. II 1 Mahnkc S south of West side 41-22S-12tp polio scare was the thing that i hurt us most." Cunningham said. I "We had quite a few high school | bands that canceled out because I school officials didn't want to \ bring the pupils inlo this polio hotbed here in Des Moines." It's unlikely that polio will plague next year's fair so much. But what to do about the other factors may need considerable discussion, Cunningham says. Earlier Dates The obvious solution is to set the fair dates earlier in August and cut back the admission price to its previous level. But Cunningham says the admission price has to stay where it is to cover costs. And as for changing the dates for the fair, that isn't as simple as it sounds, because it would conflict with a number of county fairs. "If we moved the State Fair back one week, it would interfere with 31 county fairs," Cunningham explains, "it would conflict with more than 50 county fairs if we moved it back two weeks." The county fairs can't be moved to earlier dates either because that would put them in the nor- oats harvest season. Deaths, Funerals EMORY M. HILDKETH (Times llirulii News Service) LAKE CITY - Funeral services Talks- (Continued from Page 1) FOR E N E R A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service Call Houlihan Motor Co Dial -I.'IH.'I. and for Tank WaK «.n s .Tvice to oiur farm or: _,„i hi'ine Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial rnal ^^s-120-tfc | Then why not get the Legisla- r*j ~~~~ " ~' ~"~*'! lure to pass a law fixing the time New Cars 76 [for the opening of school as the FOR SALE: hogs. Hoy HAMPSHIRE MALE Nelson, Glidden 41-21 l-2tc YEARLING PUREBRED SUFFOLK buck. 2 spring Suffolk ranis. Anton .1. Klocke, Rt. 3, Carroll. 41-226-31c I SEE VOUU OLD RELIABLE BU1CR- Pontlac dealer before vou ouy a new or used car Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '.->» FORD AT the easiivst piaee to trade in western Iowa. Bill Bui Bess .Motor <"" 7o-2S-l-tfc Sale Date Claimed 18 CHICKEN'S. lN-227-Htc FOR SALE: Phone 2l)iiti FALSTAFF OR BLATZ BEER IN 12-oz. bottles 79c, G pk. exeh. price 53.10 case exch. price. Chin-lev's Place. lS-217-ite Male Help Wanted 21 VOU. TOO, (AN EARN MORE. Moor.Man men are now sel 1 in« more and earning more than cser before. Our 7u years of product research and sales "know-how' plus on-the-jo-b iraimnu will en- ( n r ^iHinn able you to build a profitable 1ms- >-sJi Jiuiliy Iness — If you can quality. 1 shall be K'nd to consider your qualifications if you are under SO. have a good car. and know' livestock feeding. I'bone Lawrence Sehmll/. Carroll. Iowa. 21-227-Itp 60 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. ARC 23 to 4"->, with gooil car. Slut) to start. Write P. O. Box 413(1. Carroll. 21-123-1 fc Livestock Strayed 44 STRAYED: 100 LB. WHITEFACE heller. Bill Wlllenborg. Dedhnm. 44-22d-3tc Building Supplies 47 LUMBER SPECIALS F. Wilberdlne closing 1 mile west and 3 Breda. Boss & Grote, Shiplap ..... White Pine Car Siding 1x4 Hud Cedar »(). fl. Each „ sq. ft. Each Each 2*6-6 ft 2x6-8 ft CARROLL LUMBER CO 10c 98c 12c 60c 80c MAX WANTED FOR WORK IN bake shop and delivery. Apply in person, nu phone i .ills. Carroll, Bakery. 2W22ii-3lr i WANTED: RELIABLE In work unh ins son picking corn. Iowa, Ci'olda Heln, Carroll Lldderdale J-K-33. FARM HAND i 47-22^6^ NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? lflr.O bu. 8' \ 20' wood crib onlv 75.52 semi-annually for nialerials*. Creen Hay Lumber Companv. Phone 3248. 47-218-tfc Sept. 29 A. 1 out farm sale miles south of Aiicts i Sept 30 Herman W. Grote, execu- , tor oi Lizzie Grole Estate. 100 acre Carroll County Farm. 4 miles east, 3 1 miles south and Vi mile east of the City of Carroll. Paul Grote, Auct. ! Oct. 1 - Al Boss Special Dairy Sale, I Farmers Sale Barn. Carroll, Iowa. I Nov. 30—Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and U West of Lldderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wleland. Aucts. Dee. 1 — Win. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on | Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, mile east and t'j mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2 1 j cast and '•• mile south of Wllley. By city and Iribeek, Aucts Dec 14 - Dwlsht Hcever. Clu.sinf- On t Dairy Sale. f> miles South, 2 miles West and 'i mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and ' i mile 1 South of Wllley. Boss, Byerly & An! derson, Aucts. ' Dec. 1$ Joe Danner. Closing Out 1 Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hl- Wuy 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and ; U south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wlederln. Closing Out Sale, l'i miles west of Mt. Carniel Monday after the State Fail- ends'' "You ran into problems there, too," Cunningham says. "Teachers wouldn't like that at all. "I talked to the State Department of Public Instruction about that one time. They explained to me that teachers like to start school early enough in the fall so they can finish Uie spring semester in May. "The reason is that many teachers go to summer school and they like a chance to catch their breath between the time school lets out and the summer college sessions begin. "The bigger cities with quite a lot of labor population don't begin school until after Labor Day, but in the bulk of the state school starts the Monday before Labor Day. This year the date was Aug. 31." Whether the fair managers decide lo do anything about State Fair attendance or not. (he problem of dates will be partly taken care of simply by the passage of time, Cunningham says. The fair next year will start a couple of days earlier in August than it did this year, and it will the quiet of its oak paneled living room. He will reappear on the public stage Sunday afternoon, following conclusion of the Camp David talks. He is scheduled to hold an hour-long Washington news conference and make a subsequent hour-long' television speech prior to his departure for Moscow Sunday night. But Khrushchev the traveling quip-maker got in a few last licks before Khrushchev the diplomat took over at Camp David. As Eisenhower and he stood at (he lodge door posing for photographs, Eisenhower said of the busy, crowding photographers; "I'm glad they don't shoot." "It's lucky," Khrushchev rejoined with a chuckle, "that Mr. Garst is not here. If he were he would try to organize this his own way" The reference was to Roswell Garst, the farmer who was Khrushchev's host near Coon Rapids, Iowa, three days ago. The crush of newsmen on the farm was so great that Garst at one time fought a running battle with kicks and corn stalks against onrushing photographers. "Everything seems to be quiet along this front," said Eisenhower with a grin. Said Khrushchev: "All the soldiers are peacefully inclined." Heavy Security As the two exchanged these pleasantries. Marine guards stood on each side of them. Scores of others in fatigue uniforms, wearing campaign hats and sidearms were deployed about the wooded camp and posted at short intervals inside its high sleel mesh fence. Newsmen and photographers, admitted briefly to record the arrival of the two men .md for Emory M. Htldreth, 83, Lake City, will be Monday, Sept. 28, at 10:30 a.m. at Trinity Methodist Church here. The Rev. William Green, pastor of the church, will officiate, assisted by the Rev. CO. Stuckenbruck. Burial, in charge of the Huffman Memorial Chapel, will be in Lake City Cemetery. Mr. Hildrcth died at the home of his son Eldon Hildrcth here Friday morning, after being in ill health for some time. A retired farmer, he had lived in Lake City for 17 years. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs New officers were elected by the Roselle Rustlers at their meeting in Roselle Hall. September 7. Billy Overmohle will be the new president; Orville Eich, vice president; Ronnie Eich, secretary-treasurer; and Jerry Rupiper, reporter. Leon Behrens gave a talk on "What Destruction a Rat Does" and Billy Overmohle demonstrated "Poisoning Gophers". Enrollment cards were distributed after the meeting. Lunch was served by Mrs. John Starman and Mrs. George Rente. Glidden Live Wires held a regular meeting Monday evening at the Warren Conner home. Kenneth Conner gave a talk on cattle grub control. Roll call was answered by 13 members on one of the 18 noxious weeds found in Iowa. Gene Soyer is a new member. The club decided to change the name to "Carroll and Glidden Live Wires." Election of officers as held, with the following elected: president, Larry Feld; vice president, Dean Feld; secretary-treasurer, Gene Kruse; Carroll reporter, Billy Kanne; Glidden reporter, Dennis Heuton. Mrs. Conner served lunch. The their i next meeting will be at the home JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fine- Ivan L. Petersen. Audubon, $31.20 and costs, over-load on axle. FIRE CALL Automobile The Carroll, fire department answered a call to Ninth and Quint streets here Friday evening at 6:45 p.m. when a passing motorist turned in an alarm for a car fire. The car in question was driven by Mrs. Ralph Hoffmann, Carroll, who had been driving with the emergency brake on, firemen said. No fire resulted from the overheated brake drums, Orlando Eich. assistant chief, said. Mrs. L. J. Nickum Speaks in Jefferson (Times Herald Newi Service) MANNING — Mrs. L. J. Nickum was guest speaker Monday after' noon before the Jefferson Garden Club. Her topic was "Vacation Memories". She talked on and showed slides of various trips she had taken. Mrs. Ed Gezel, Des Moines, was a guest last week in the L. J. Nickum home. Mrs. Gezel and Mrs Nickum, with Mrs. Helen Grant of Indianola. judged artistic divisions at the Clay County Fair. Mrs. Minnie Rix was hostess to the Manning Hospital Auxiliary Monday afternoon. The group mended and made bandages, after which lunch was served. Gary Koon, RM-SN has complet ed schooling at Norfolk, Va., and is spending a delay en route with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Horbach, and his sister, Mrs. Peter Goeser at Harlan. He will report at Long Beach, Calif., Oct. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Howard French, Richard Musfeldt and Mrs. Jul Polzin visited George Musfeldt at Veterans' Hospital in Omaha Friday. Mrs. Musfeldt returned home with them after spending several days with her husband, who underwent surgery last week. Mrs. Henry Bartels accompanied Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Jackson of Alton, 111., to visit relatives in Denison, Sioux City and Waterloo; and to visit and sight-see in Milwaukee, Minoqua, Woodruff, and Lake Tomahawk, Wis. Mrs. Bartels reported that if was very cold in Northern Wisconsin, and that the autumn leaf colors were very beautiful. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffmann spent the weekend in the Lyle Hoffmann home in Des Moines. Festival- (Continued from Page 1) or 2 miles ea^t,"!''south."^ cast" of"' ™™ back still farther in the few Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. I'hcni 'jn -;it |i BOY U A.VI'HD Al'TKH SCHOOL nnd Siilunl.'ivs. .Musi have driver's license. Belter's Murket. -Jl-Jafi -t fc STOP WINTKK WINDS WITH we/itbeistn |i[iinf!, r e II n K I " s s, cnulking compound. Insulation, roofing. We have Imlh Wood nnd aluminum enmiilnnt Ion storm windows und doors. Check our prices. Kanne Lumber und Supply. I'hone •noi. •i^-'j23-."itc i regards musical comedy as a HERE'S A SWITCH MIAMI, Fla. h\P> - No» there's a college course in musical comedy acting and singing. It's offered by the University of Miami which 'dis- years following before it starts moving back to later in the month again. Female Help Wanted 22 Household Goods 51 WA.VTKI): NIGHT DISH WASIILU. li nights a week. Applv Casino I Cftfc. i2-223-tfc! rsi-:i) ,-I -PC . inviriTK M:T, roil- mica top, ncarlv new, S3 .-i .00 Matt Kuiniture Co. 5I-i!2(i-2tc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought tiiictive American art form." The instructor is Ladislao Vaida, a former opera singer who doesn't think his old profession offers many career opportunities to young Americans. Kor Vour Club or Private Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodations tor SO People FaniUy Stylo Dinners Served from $1,35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY •NORTH BY NORTHWEST" with Cary Grant STAR LINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's KUicst Saturday, Sept. 26 THE D1X1ELANDERS Tuesday, Sept. 2\i SKIPPY ANDERSON OIUJH. You're Always Assured of ' Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll YOU'LL BE , WISE, and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work for you No matter if you're buying, srlling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t' CALL 3573 OR COME LN TODAY! Daily Times Herald Install Officers in Scranton Rainbow (Tlmi 'H Kcrulil NPMH SITWI'CI SCRANTON — In a ceremony held Sept. 20, at 2 p.m. at the Masonic Hall, Barbara Mt- CullouRh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. RoRor McCullough. was installed as Worthy Advisor of the Scranton Rainbow Assembly. Installing officers were Karen Hunter, installing marshal; Susan Steward, chaplain; Judy Stile, recorder, Mrs. Robert Parris, musician, and Phyllis Anderson, retiring Worthy Advisor, installing officer. Mr. and Mrs. James Fengel served as Mother Advisor and Rainbow Dad. Other officers installed were worthy associate advisor Joan Taggcrt; Charity, Nancy Bair; Hope, Pain Carlson: Kaity, Pam Pound, drill leader, Breinia Caskey; chaplain, .lane Pound; secretary, Susan Fielding; treasurer, tarol Molle; color stations, Joyce Anderson, Molly Nixon, Carol Manila, Becky Mosier. Diane McNicJ, .Italy Kelley and Sarah Hunt; confidential observer. Carol McDonald; outer observer, Ferleen Robert; musician, Karol Hoover. Special guests were Mrs. E. T Clirisleusfii and Miss Marilyn Pfaff ol Harlan. Refreshments were served following the install!ion. aides and advisers, were tightly confined to a small area in front of Aspen Lodge. The quiet and order were in marked contrast to j the hectic scenes which erupted I along Khrushchev's swing around I the country. 1 Khrushchev. Eisenhower, Soviet ! Foreign Minister Andrei A. (Jro- myko and Secretary of State Christian A Hurler were quartered in Aspen Lodge where last March Eisenhower conferred with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan. Others in the party, including Soviet Ambassador Mikhail Men- shikov and U.S. Ambassador Llew- of Lowell Burdine. Election of officers was the principal feature of the meeting of the Dedham Rough Riders 4 -H Club at the American Legion Hall Tuesday evening. The meeting was called to order at 8 p.m. by Richard Tigges, who also gave a (alk on "Cattle Grubs." Eugene Meyer spoke on "Safety with Guns." Twenty-three members were present, including four new recruits, Dale Sporrer, Michael Willenborg, Kenneth Heithoff and David Muhr. New officers elected were; Mi ellyn Thompson, were assigned I ch;iel sdiaffer. president; Wayne 1 quarters in cabins nearby j Word ol the proceedings at the ' camp was brought to reporters in Gettysburg. 25 miles away, by White House press secretary '.James C Hagcrty. and Assistant 'Secretary of State Andrew H. Bcrding. Sporrer. secretary-treasurer; La Verne Meiners, vice president; and LaVernc Sporrer, reporter. The meeting adjourned at 9 p.m. Lunch was served by Mrs. John Sporrer and Mrs. Leonard Sporrer. Mrs. Srangl Is Complimented at Afternoon Coffee iTimrs Herald Ni-us NcrUri*' DEDHAM - Mrs. Alver Stangl gave a coffee at her home Tuesday alternoon honoring Mrs. Clayton Slangl. Attending were Mrs. Ben Wisktis. Mrs Joseph Haverman. Mrs Leo Barrett, Mrs. George Willenborg, Mrs. J o h n Slangl and Mrs. .Merle Pomeroy The group presented the honored guest with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. Stangl are leaving late this week to make t h c i r home in Deadwood, S. D., where they have purchased, in partnership with Mr. and Mrs Joe Turn in, a motel and gas station. Mrs. Westrom Is Hostess to KilKare tTlmes Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW - Mrs. Stanley Westrom entertained the KilKare Club at the Municipal Building Tuesday. Mrs. Bertha Phillips is a new member. Mrs. Delmer Htii- scnga conducted a short business niet'liii^, aller which bunco was played. Prizes w ere won by Mrs. Kenneth Drilling and Mrs. Leo Drilling, The netfl meeting will he at the building and will be a potluck lunch for their new member. Catherine Monroe entertained the Si Mozel Club at the Black Hawk Wednesday evening. Mrs, C. P. McConnell was a guest. Prizes went to Mrs. Virgil Olerich, Mrs. Burl Ellis and Eleanor Welch, SAC Band concert at Kuemper High School and the luncheon at SS. Peter and Paul School. Gov. Loveless will be honorary marshal of the parade this afternoon. Riding with him will be Paul Crouse, festival chairman, and Mrs. Crouse. They will be preceded by a police escort, the color guard of Maurice Dunn Post, American Legion, and the SAC Band, Mayor and Mrs, A. N. Neu and Chamber of Commerce President and Mrs. H. C. Schogren. Other bands will then appear in alphabetical order with the Carroll High School Band bringing up the rear. Queen candidates will ride with their bands in convertibles. Karl L. King of Fort Dodge, who was to have been guest conductor of the massed band concert, with Mrs. King and Dr. John Martin, vice chairman of the festival, will ride behind the Glidden-Ralston Band. Linda Thompson of Sac City, queen of the 1958 festival; Audrey Spaen, queen of the Kuemper Band; and Sharon Ohde, Carroll High School queen, will follow Rockwell City Band. If the weather clears sufficiently, 41 bands with 2,500 players are expected here during the day. CROSSES PARTY LINE SALT LAKE CITY IAP) - A Democrat won the door prize at the annual picnic of Utah Republicans. Salt Lake County Democratic official Otto R. Maas was given the GOP outing tickets by one of his employes. Maas' wife dropped them in a box as the couple walked past the picnic site on their way to another picnic at a nearby resort. Said Maas, after delivery of the $250 phonograph: "It just goes to show what a good Democrat can do against a bunch of Republicans." Fanny Brice, famous American comedienne, studied for (lie stage under James O'Neill, father of playwright Eugene O'Neill. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. John H. Starman, Carroll Dean M. Olerich, Scranton Joseph H. Ries, Carroll Mrs. Donald J. Wanniger, Templeton Carol L. Thornburgh, Farnhamville Joseph E. Heller Sr., Carroll John Leo Wuebker, Manning Frank Bachman, Auburn Thomas Hall, Glidden Ronald Dean Burdine, Glidden Dismissals- Mrs. Fred R. Kennebeck and baby, Wall Lake Mrs. Halina Smith, Sac City Mrs. Donald Diers and baby, Arcadia Mrs. Gary C. Eddy and baby, Wall Lake Mrs. Roy D. Merritt, Glidden Mark E. Beiter, Carroll Catherine Kalkhoff, Templeton Fred M. Patterson, Glidden Emanuel (Dick) Sigler, Coon Rapids Mrs-. Marguerite Ford, Redfield Mrs. Alvena A. Murphy, Fonda Births- Mr. and Mrs. Dean A. Larson, Carroll, a daughter, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jungst, DeKalb, 111., formerly of Carroll, a son, September 22. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Tlmei Herald News Service) Birth- Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koch, Earling, a daughter Sept. 24. (Timet Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Don Koll, Wayne, Neb., a son Sept. 22. He has been named Timothy Donald and is the first child in the family. Mrs. Koll is the former Virginia Swieter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. Swieter. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats _ $1.85 - 1.05 ... .61 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Here is a summary of the hog, cattle and sheep markets for the week with estimated receipts for today. Hogs 100; At the close U.S. No 1, No 2 and mixed No 1 and 2 200220 lb weights brought 13.90-14.15. A 75 head lot of selected No 1 and 2 240 lbs along with a 23 head lot of No 2 210 lbs brought 14.25. Mixed No 2 and 3 mixed No 1, 2 and 3 grades 190-230 lbs bulked at 13.65-14.00. Little under 13.75 with mixed No 2 and 3 and No 3 230-280 lbs also 13.75-14.00. A few lots No 2 and 3 and No 3 290-390 lbs ranged from 12.00 upwards to 13.75. Sows weighing 275-400 lbs mixed grades, closed at 11.50-13.00, mixed grades 400550 lbs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 200; About a dozen loads high choice to mostly prime 110013,75 lb slaughter steers 29.5030.00, most loads choice and 'mixed choice and prime steers late 2C.50-28.75, few loads high choice and prime 1475-1595 lb steers late 27.50-27.75, average choice, late 24.75-26.25, few utility and standard steers 21.5025.00. Moderate supply high choice loads late down to 25.25, few good heifers late down to 23.50, utility and standard heifers 18.50-24.00. Few standard cows 18.50-20.00, utility and commercial cows late 15.50-18.00, late sales utility and commercial bulls 20.50-23.00. Good and choice vealers 32.00-34.00, standard . grades 26.00-32.00, cull and utility vealers 15.00-25.00. Sheep none; Bulk good and choice spring slaughter iambs lute 19.00-21.00, utility and low good 15.00-18.00. Several loads choice and mixed choice and prime .85120 lb shorn spring lambs with No 1 pelts 20.75-22,75, cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.005.50. MEDICAL PATIENT Joseph E. Heller Sr. of the city police was admitted to St, Anthony Hospital for medical treatment Friday night. *

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