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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Loans 121 Loans 12'Hatcheries 32! Pets 46 Up to 25 words All over 25 wordg CARD OF THANKS $1.80 ...6c per word CLAMIPIID DISPLAY Per column inch fMP Additional lmertlont —$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 . IS cents ^J^y ^V ^JZJ^ M cc nts Announcements Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One I'tilLSONAT. LOANS TTP TO $(100.00. Prompt' local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-200-1 tc Business Services 14 MI-IN-WOMEN $20 DAILY*. SKIX luminous name plates. Write Heevps Co., AUIetjoro, Mass. 23-22(>-6tp TKTJMSION AND RADIO HKIIV- Ice. Prompt and efficient service Latest equipment. Pick-up and delivery. Hadlo and TV Coast to Coast Store. Installation, 14-328-fite 1T *H TfMB TO SIIINKt ItKNT A Blssell Shampoo Maiiter Clenner for rugs. sl.Oo a day. Coast-to- Coast Store. 14-100-1 tc WE DO WOTU11K FRAMING . . . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Jot's Paint Center, 14-135-ltc KKF.P YOVtt TKMI'Klt—WR'LL FIX your radio or TV set.—Prompt service, moderate rales. Pick-up and delivery. Guaranteed repairs. CnlJ_9513. Sporrer's TV. B-22H-('tr DIAL 3(180 FOR FRF.RII CVT FLOW- crs for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 8-222-241 c STORY ft CLARK PIANOS, nil fisher Band Instruments, See UH before von buy! Mollev's Piano House. 1 hlk. west and blks. north of the post office. 1127 North rarrull St., Carroll, Iowa. Dial 25110. fi-224-<ltp Loans 12 "You Can't Beit A LAND BANK LOAN" Hart are seme of the many reasons why you should choose a Land Bank Lean • Payments arm low • You can pay in advance, without penalty • Local loan service PETK HAS JUST RRXV11NGD FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. Wo are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc Farm Machinery 33 See or write PFRSONAI, LOANS UP TO $300— Loans and installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-lfi8-ltc Federal Land Bank Association Phil Dennis — Manager Masonic Bids., Can-oil, Iowa Phone SR05 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 V/asher 21 Cu Ft. Upright United Home Freezer 14 Cu. Ft. Frigidaire Chest Type Home Freezer CARROLL GAS CO. V% Block West of Farm Bureau Bids FOR ALL GASOLINE ENC.1NK lawn mower repair, call or see Keinart Service, across street west of Sufcway. Phone 212(i. 14-tifi-tfc GRKKTING CARDS—-LARGEST Selection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from vou moans more. If It's greeting cards It's at _Stono_PrlnllnR Co. 14-125-lfc S T ART E It, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Keinart Service, across street west of GoocTrhings to Eat 18 MAKE IT A IIARIT! RRING THE family and dine Out' with us at least once a week. Paulines Cafe. 1K-22B-UC FRKNII DRESSED MENS Jilc Ll»„Skinless Wieners 2 II). bag 80c; Sliced Bacon Ends 5 lb. box 7!»c: Wilson Pressed Ham " lb.: Minced Big Bologna 351c lb.; White Potatoes 25 11)8. HiScj Jonathan Apples schoolbov bu. Sl.dM: Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs. Hie: Cookies •I pkg. Sl.(K): My Beer (j pack 7Me. Brenny's Market. lH-228-ltr 8 USED 220 PICKERS; 8 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 IMOC I Mils Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deoro 200 picker. Schenkelberg Imp). Co. 83-209-tfc SPECIAL SALE 5-TON WAGON HOIST $75.88 CARROLL WHOLESALE SUPPLY CO. 33-224-Olc COCKER SPANIEL I'l P KOR MA I.E. W. D. Lu ^J ^UU-nllUc. 4H-22S -11C Building Supplies 47 NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? HWI0 bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 7IV52 dornl-annually for materials. Green Bav Lumber Company, Phone 3248. 47-218-If c Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Sept. 26, 19S9 For Sale 55 •'OR SALE! NEW CAS KIRN ACE, 130.000 MTU. Space beater, lio.tilMI BTu. Dial .'1297. r>.")-22K -t fc SIMUNfiS. .Vv22S-2lp Deaths, Funerals HOLLYWOOD FRAME * Good shape. Dial 127!). Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 99(15. (irt-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 •Ms. Living 10x10 REDS WOODS CORN 1'tCKKR, pood condition. Frank Belling- h.nisen, Aica'lla, Iowa. 33-22'i-3tc 40-FT. ALL STEEL GRAIN ELEVA- tor. Priced at S 150 .OO. Ilcnrv Meischeid, Dedham. Iowa. 33-22(>-3tc Livestock for Sale 4T •'OR SALE: Phone 21MiO. SPRING CHICKENS. 1S-227 -31C FOR SALE: 4. r i HEAD PCREBREO Spotted Poland China boats, vaccinated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 2fit) to 300 lbs. Free Delivery. Richard Urlggs, 8 miles south of 'fempleton corner and 5<- west.. 41-22K-3te DIROC ROARS. VAC. FOR C1IOL- ei,-i. Bangs and Lento. At Farm l'- noith of Carroll. Joe Puden/ and Son. 41-220-tfr HAMPSHIRE HOARS. Lesle. Auburn. Wm. V. •11-220-tic Male Hejp Wanted 21! 00 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. A RC 23 to 45, with good car. .$100 to start. Write P. O. Box 4ijH, Carrol], 21-123-tfc MAN WANTED KOR WORK IN bake shop and delivery. Apply in person, no phone tails.' < arroll Bakery. 21-22ii-.'it r WANTED: RELIABLE FARM HAM) to work with inv son picking corn, (iolda Heln, Cat roll, Iowa, Phone 1 LUUIerdale l-K-33. 21-220-31 p | HOY WANTED AFTER SCHOOL | and Saturdays. Must have driver's ^m -ejise ^BeHe £sJ\^^ Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: NIGHT DISH WASHER. H nights a week. Apply Casino Cafe. 22-223-1 fc WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing Dent. Immediate em- j nloyment. Apply In person. Oconisi * Foods Co. 22-223-0tc j WAITRESS WANTED! 840 PEft' week. No Sundays. Applv tn person. Hwy. Cafe. 22-213-tfc WANTED: LADY TO ASSIST WITH care work. Phone 014S. 22-22K-3tc WW'TED: U VITRESS. EXPERI- enced or inexperienced Burke Motor Inn. 2 "J -22S -(itc I.ADIEs ATTENTION'. DEMAND for Avon's bcauUIill ( '111 1st mas j (ilft sets is the greatest In hlstorv. i 'aplt n 11 /e on this demand by he- I • •••rr.ins an Avon i vpi esent at iv e. j Ileal earning OII |„ .rt u nit y foi- those' who qualifv Wnte Mrs Wllmet Kausi li, Box -Iii3, Storm Lake. Male-Female Help 23 FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DIJROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Kannlnger. 3 west. 3"i north. Manning 41-20G-tfc LUM BURR SEZ: 1 never like to find a dollar in my pockets—it always makes me wonder which installment I forgot to pay. CORN CRIBBING — THE BEST IN WIDE slat cribbing available. Set tip anywhere, idea! for Government Loan and Agreement storage. See us about your storage problems. ' PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply 814 W 9th - Carroll 47-228-He SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD SIZE window sash units. If we have your sue you'll buy It at a bargain. C HI roll Lumber Co. 4_7-228-<itc FOR SALE: ONE OF (.UDDEN'S finest homes. Three large bedrooms with lots of el room 12x2." with I. shano rt. separate dining room, front room and one bedroom carpeted, rest oak floors. Birch woodwork throughout, plastered walls, air conditioner, Curtis, attached garage. Will sell on contract, small down pavment, balance n\ 3 pel. interest with mnnthlv pavments of 505.00. See Kov .1. Burns' or Lambert Thelen. blnl 2181 office. ________ K3-22tl-ltfi FOR SALE: 2*3 II.R. HOMES. have a nice selection to choose from. Before yon huv or sell, call us. Wither walkup Real Estate. Phone 2(120. 03-217-tfc MRS. MICHAEL BERGER Requiem mass for Mrs. Michael (Catherine C.) Berber, 84, Halbur, will be at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Augustine's Church in Halbur, with the Rev. Lawreooe Greteman officiating. Burial will be In the parish cemetery. The body Is at the Sharp Funeral Home In Carroll, where the Houses for Rent FOR RENT: 7-ROOM HOISE, SO, side. Suitable for large famllv. Phone 3001. i;l-22i;-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 J-REDROOM APT. modern kitchen, ment s. TILE FLOORS, Crahain Apart- 05-227-1 fc 3-ltEDROOM PJjone Ptvl.'i. PARKY1EW APT. 111.". NO. MAIN. 05-214-tfc APTS, DIAL 31 Oil. 05-132-tfC APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FIR- nished or unfurnished McNabb Building. Dial 3080. «5-21»-tfc have been guest conductor of the festival massed band concert which was cancelled because of rain; Mrs. King; Paul Crousc, chairman of the festival committee; Mrs. Crouse; Robert S. Bruner, master of ceremonies; Mrs. Bruner; Mayor and Mrs. A. R. Neu; H. C. Scltogren, president of the Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. I WH Schogren; Linda Thompson, 1950 queen; the Rt, Rev. Msgr. F. H. Greteman: Chief Warrant Officer Jock Crippcn of Des Moines, the governor's military attachee; Stipt, W. Paul Forney of Carroll Public Schools; Mrs. Forney; the Rev. Leo Lenz, superintendent of Kuemper High School; L. A. (Jack) Smith, host for the SAC Band; Mrs. R. B. Morrison, hostess for the Highlanders; Dr. Morrison: Edna Collins, who was to have been mistress of ceremonies at the massed concert; Dr. John E. Martin, vice chairman of the festival committee; James Kerwin, secretary of the Chamber of Commerce; Mrs. Kerwin; Wayne Harmening, treasurer of the Chamber 64 ri? c Household Goods 51 LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 mlle% east. 4 south of Carroll. 4i-2iH-tfc FOR SALE: PI REBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt. Clidden 41-20<l-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAM P- shire boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, ery., and leplo. Wm. 11. Mahnke 8 south of West side. 41-225-121 p YEARLINO IT REBRED SUFFOLK buck. 2 spring Suffolk rams. Anton J. Klocke. Rt. 3. Citron. •I 1 -220- 3tc 4.1 FEEDER Phone 2418. man. I 'U.s, llalbur. 3 MO. OLD. Robert Ilaus- 4 1-228-21 1- Livestock Wanted 43 FOR SALE: WHITE KITCHEN trash burner, good condition. John _Stcffes. Carroll Rt._3. 51-227-2tp WE HAVE A fiOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Hclres Electric. 5t-l<)7-tfc GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO home freezer . . §100.0.1. Only $5.00 down. Ciambles. 51-111-tfc CI.EANIN<<EST CARPET CLEANER you ever used, sit easy too. (iet | Blue Lustre. Malt Furniture Co. 51-228-a e ! DRESSER WITH MIRROR, NEARLY new, $20.00; i2> Twin Beds, nearly new, $15.oo each: 3-drawer Desk, very good, 52s.oo. Matt Furniture Co. 51-228-2tc MODERN ,'t-ROOM APT. NEWLY 0 » CnmmprrP' Mrs HarmeninE- decorated. Dial 3297. 05-228-tfc oi commerce, mis. narmemns, innd Charles E. Knoblauch, Cham- Farms for Sale 67 MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: j We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty. Cranitei Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc; Used Cars &_Truck* 71 •67 OMO 'i TON PICK-UP. 18.000 miles 3.o7 axle. Hadlo, heater, clean, '55 Bulck Super 4-Door, Radio, heater, Dynuflow, Power steering and brakes EZ eye glass, 2 tone. .Special price 51005. Heal Sharp. Wit truck Motors, 71-20"-tfc 19B0 PONT!AO STATION WAOON, 2 door V-8. Stnndard transmission. Radio and Heater. Light Green. McCov Motors. 71-216-tfc Auto Service COOK WANTED: tier experience be able to as: Write Box II ' WITH SOME DIN- Cood wages. Must emble orders fast. , Times 1 lei aid. 23-22S-fitc If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc For Sale 55 Junior Burglar Alarm Heavy g a u fi e steel with p I n n o • t y p e ningp. Has secret 2 I number combination ! lock. Battery alarm with secret shut off. i Two money bags in I eluded. Safe Fle«. Price $4.95 Ct T PRICE SAVE SI.(10 $3.95 Cut-Price Toy House FOR SALE: sMALL TERRIER PUP-| pies. I'.uwll Carpenter. Coon Rapids. Phone MU 4-5297. 4ii-228-3tp ! Hwy M West Livestock Strayed 44 CATTLE FEEDERS! DRY GRASS!!! DRY GRASS!!! Would you like to buy strictly fresh, ranch consigned cattle? Save added expense - come direct to the Colorado Cattle country. Extremely dry weather and poor prospects for winter feed is creating unusually heavy receipts. 10,000 Choice Colorado Cattle for Oct. Monday, October 5 - 1500 yearlings and calves. Monday, October 12- 1200 Angus yearlings and calves. BIG THREE IN ONE Monday, October 19 - Northeastern Colorado Cattlemen's Assn. Cattle - 1500 calves and yearlings. Tuesday, October 20 - Crow Valley Grazing Assn. Sale - 1500 yearlings and calves. Wednesday, October 21 - Regular Wednesday Sale - 1200 calves and yearlings. Come and Attend These Three Big Sales Tuesday, November 3 - Second Crow Valley Assn. Sale. Wednesday, November 4 - Regular sale at Sterling. All of these sales will consist of strictly fresh, ranch consigned cattle. Good to choice grades. Our auction is located on the U. I' and CB&Q Railroads — Direct loading. Ride the I'P "City of Portland" to Sterling, arrive in the morning und return home again that evening. Selling around 1200 to 1500 cattle each week on our Wednesday Sales. For more information call: Sterling Livestock Commission Co. Sterling, Colorado Office La 2-1950 - E. S. "Bud" Van Berg, Mgr., La 2-1411 STRAYED: 100 I.H. WHITEFACE heifer. Hill Willenborg, Dedham. 44-22(i-3tc 55-2211-He CAMELS, LI.TKIKS ANT) ALL RFC. Cigarettes 24c pk. or 4 for 91c. Charley's Place. rif >-218-ltc GO CART COMET DEALER FOR Carroll Comm. "Hottest" on wheels. Demonstrated at Roselle Ball Park Art llulstng, Carroll, Iowa. Phone 3035. 55-225-01 c LISTEN. FOLKS.' HERE'S GOOD NEWS! • tin CMMMHMM •WIltuM*. 1_ Wait 'til you see the 1 . Pontiac J9C0 m OMI r uf wirn wto( rttct mm i Wednesday's Paper COMING OCT.I PETERS BROS. BUICK-PONTIAC 75 IVK SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- iHiielor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn, l .oi -khart Automotive .service. 75-ZJ2-tfc FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and nervine. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE YOUR OLD RELIABLE BUIC&- Pontlac dealer before- yuu nuy a new or used car. Peter* Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'M FORI) AT the t' phiee to trade In western Iowa, lilll Burgess Motor Co. 70-284-tfc Sale Date Claimed ber manager. Honorary Marshal Gov. Loveless was honorary marshal of the parade. Judges of the queen contest were Mrs. Loveless, Mrs. Karl King and Mrs. Paul Crouse. Hostesses for queen candidates were Mrs. L. A. Smith and Mrs. John E. Martin who were assisted by Sharon Ohde, Carroll High School queen; Audrey Spaen, Kuemper High School queen; and four cheerleaders from each school. Two minor casualties marred the day's proceedings. A girl from the Anthon-Oto Baud fainted in the lunch lineup at Carroll High School and a baton twirler from Adair-Casey sprained her ankle during the parade. Four Cancel Out Only four bands failed to appear as scheduled. They were Pomeroy, Rockwell City, Scranton and Charter Oak. Girl Scouts carried placards identifying each band in the parade, and Carroll Colonels were on duty as marshals at each corner along the parade route. A dinner for the Highlanders was served at SS. Peter and Paul School before their departure for Iowa City at 7 p.m. Ladies Guild of St. Augustine's parish will recite the rosnry In A body at 8 p.m. Monday. Mrs. Bergcr died at St. Anthony Hospital at 12:30 a.m. Saturday, She had been in failing health for three years, and hospitalized for the past week. She was horn Dec. 2fi, 18t)4, at Lynch, Neb., the daughter of GcorRe and Louise Hoffman. She married Michael Bergof Jan. Hi, 1923, at St. Ludgers Church, Creighton. Neb., the Rev. Win- clolph officiating. Mr.' and Mrs. Bcrger lived on a farm seven miles northeast of Wlllev. Tn 1928 they moved to the vicinity of Halbur where they farmed until 1953, at which lime they moved Into Halbur. Mrs. Berger was a member of St. Augustine's Church and the Ladies Guild of the parish. Besides her husband. Mrs. Berber is survived by her six children: Arnold Berger, Carroll; Mrs. Cyril <Bernndtne> Heinrichs, Halbur; Mrs. Melvin fDelores) Herbers, Manning; Pauline, at home; Mrs. Jerome (Normal Henkenius, Arcadia: and Mary Jane, a senior aspirant at St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis. Ten grandchildren also survive, and the following brothers and sisters: Joseph Hoffman and John Hoffman, M u rtaugh, Idaho: Mike Hoffman. McCall, Idaho; William Hoffman, Tracy, Minn.; Louis Hoffman, Emmett, Idaho; Carl Hoffman, Norfolk, Neb.; Mrs. X. Bauer and Mrs. Mike Bauer, Creighton, Neb.; Mrs. Hans Sass and Mrs. Art Berger, O'Neill, Neb.; and Mrs. Ed Tappe, Emmett, Idaho. Preceding her in death were her parents, a son and daughter in infancy, two brothers and one sister. Stpt. 2? A. F. out farm snlc. t miles south of Breda Allots WilborcllnE closing mUe west and 3 B OM & Grote, Festivo!- (Continued from Page l) ers was served at noon in the auditorium at Carroll High School and a luncheon for dignitaries at noon in SS. Peter and Paul School. Seated at head tables at the dignitaries' luncheon were Gov. and Mrs. Loveless; Capt. John Kirpatrick, director of the SAC Band; William Adamson, director of the Highlanders; Mrs. Adamson; Karl King of Fort Dodge, who was to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schroeder were among those who attended the wedding of Sandra Gregory and Delbert Vanderheiden at St. Ann's Church, Wichita, Kan., Saturday morning. Delbert Vanderheiden is their grandson, and a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vanderheiden of Wichita, formerly of Carroll Others from this area who were present j included Mrs. Florence Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Wol terman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van derheiden, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. George Vanderheiden, Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles O'Conner, Al gona. Mrs. O'Conner is the former Kamona Vanderheiden. All went to Kansas Friday and returned Sun day. AUCTION SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE AT 503 E. 11TH ST. Wednesday, Sept. 30 SALE STARTS 1 :30 P. M. All of this furniture around two vears old, looks like new, all first quality, and in excellent condition. Skclgas Constellation DeLuxe matched automatic washer and dryer. 17 foot Coronado deep freeze, 3 months old. Uotpoinl automatic electric range, 39-inch, two years old. "i-piece Brody Dinette Set, best quality, two years old. Two-piece living room suite, Naugahyde upholstered. Two genuine walnut end tables. Coffee table, genuine walnut. '21-inch Admiral TV, genuine walnut on swivel base, almost new. 3-piece bedroom suite, genuine walnut, bookcase style headboard, double dresser to match, double chest to match. Hooker brand. Bunk bed set, solid oak, chest of drawers and night table to match, about 6 months old. Buby bed, maple finish, chest of drawers to match in maple Baby crib in blond oak Two-piece recreation room suite, Naugahyde upholster* ed, 8 months old. Solid oak coffee lable, two solid oak end tables. Two lamps to match recreation yoom suite One overstuffed occasional chair. Several items too numerous to mention Furniture can be inspected after Monday. JOHN IIANN Graveside scrvces for John Hann, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Balrd Hann, Auburn, will be at 4 p.m. today at Our Lady of Mt. Carmcl Cemetery, Mt. Carm e 1. The Rev. 0. W. Koester will officiate. Burial will be under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. The baby was born at 4 a.m. Monday at St. Anthony Hospital, and died at 6:45 a.m. Surviving with his parents are one sister, Kathleen Ann; h i s grandfather Albert Hann, and grandmother Mrs. Agnes Brauckman, Carroll. JULIE KAV VONNAHME The angel mass was solemnized for Judy Kay Vonnahme, 10-month- old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Vonnahme. Arcadia, at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept, 26, by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann at St. John's Church in Arcadia. Burial was in St. John's Cemetery under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. Julie Kay died Friday morning at St. Anthony Hospital, after an illness of one week. JAMES J. Mil arv tile & llulsebus, Aucts DUNCAN • Carroll Co. Statu Bank, Clerk MRS. MARY THIERS Requiem mass was celebrated at 9 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Church, Maricopa. Calif., for Mrs. Mary Thresa Thiers, Maricopa, a sister of William Wichmer. of Carroll. She died Sept. 20 in a hospital at Bakersfield, Calif. Burial, under direction of Erickson and Brown Funeral Chapel, was in the Westside District Cemetery. . Mrs. Thiers was born March 6, 1876, at Carroll. Her residence at the time of death was 370 California St., Maricopa. Survivors include two daughters, Marie A. Norris, Maricopa, and Mary A. Thiers, Taft; two sons, Leo J. and Edward IT., both of Maricopa. Two brothers surviving are William Wichmer, Carroll, and John Wichmer, St. Joseph, Mo. Three grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren also survive. CHARLIE FA1IAN (TI IIID* Herald Nftv* Service I LAKE CITY — Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chapel here for Charlie Fahan, S3, who died Monday morning as the result of a heart attack at his home in Yetter. Mr. Fahan was engaged in farming. He was a member of the Yetter Presbyterian Church. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Giadyce Fahan, and one son, Gary, both of Yetter; a daughter, Mrs, Robert Smith, Ft. Bonning, Ga.; one grandchild; his mother, Mrs. Ora Fahan, Yetter; and two sister, Fern Fahan, Yetter, and Mrs. Ralph Hocking, Cherokee. Mr. Fahan's father, John Fahan, and one sister preceded him in death. Mrs. Mike Berger Halbur — Agt 64 Rptary: Monday 8:00 p. tn. by the Ladies Guild of St. Augustine Church Requiem Man: Tuesday 9:00 a. m. at St. Au- guitlne Church Officiating: Father Lawrence Greteman Interment: St. Augustine Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOMB Serving Carroll 19 Years

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