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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 CARD OP THANKS to 28 words over 23 words -6c per -«.80 word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch S1.80 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays tnkon until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday, Regular classified till 0:30 a. m, Saturday. 11 a. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word ,, • • 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cents Announcements 61 Farm Machinery Cards of Thanks CARD OK THANKS Many lliunka to the priests, doctors, sisters and nurses for their wonderful cure, also relatives, friends, for visits, cards and flowers. Mrs. Susan Harrison 3-229-ltc Announcements 6 STORY * CLAUK PIANOS. I»UK- sher Ii!ind Instruments. See us before you liuy! llolley's Piano House. 1 hik. west and 6 blks. north of the post ortlce. 1127 North Carroll St.. Carroll, Iowa. Dial 21(10 (i -224-Ktp LISTEN FOLKS/ Look at This 0CT.1 lECSU • ;. IT s 35 Hi riu; RKKP YOUR TKWPKR—WE'lX FIX your radio or TV set.—Prompt service, moderate rates. Pick-up and delivery. Guaranteed repairs. Call 9513. isporrer'n TV. 6-228-6tc DIAL 3(130 FOR FUKSH CUT FUNV- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc Loans 12 PERSONAJ» LOANS CP TO $500— Loans and installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Flnonco Co. Carroll, Iowa , 12-158-ltc PERSONAL, LOANS UP TO $(500.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc Business Services 14 GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE . . . Window glass cut to fit, Joe's Paint Center. 14-245-ltc AJ,L MAKES OF TV AND RADIO repaired, Inch car radios. Guaranteed work bv trained experts Latest test equipment. Coast-to- Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-101-Uc TELEVISION AND RADIO SERV- lee. Prompt and efficient service Latest equipment, pick-up and delivery. Radio and TV Installation. Coast, to Coast Store. 14-228-(itc PETE MAS Jl'ST^ItETtUVKD FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. U'p are able to offer you Transmission service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc 33 GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SK- 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 S T A R T E II. GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for vour tractor, car or truck. Kelnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. H-180-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 KN- WIIEN COMPANY COMES IN lertaln them here. Saves food preparation and dish wash Ing. Pauline's Cafe. 18-229-ltc Used Machinery For Sale 1 2ME IHC Picker. 1 226 J. D. Picker. 1 1950 M IHC Tractor Live Hyd. System 1 1950Oliver 77 Tractor, good. 3 Used ELEVATORS USED PLOWS Get your Tractor and Picker in condition now. BUNZ IMPL. SERVICE PH. OL 35351 MANNING, IOWA Your IHC & New Idea Dealer 33-229-ltc FOR SALE: 2 ROW CASE MOI'NT- ed picker for D.C. case tractor, picked onlv 250 acres, good condition, $300.00. Gosch Farm Store, Schleswig, Iowa. M.M. Dealer, Phone 12. 33-229-2tc Livestock for Safe 41 HAMPSHIRE BOARS. Wm. P. Lesle, Auburn. 41-220-tfe FOR SALE! 70 MJKEBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and F,rvslpelas. Wayne Rnnnlnger, 3 west. 3% north. Manning. 4\-200-ttc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brincks, 2 miles east. 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter Piatt. Glldden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED 1IAMP- shire boars. Vacclnuted for Cholera! ery„ and lento. Wm. H. Mnhnke 8 south of westslde. 41-225-12tp 45 FEEDER PIGS, 3 MO. OLD. Phone 2418, Hnlbur. Robert Hausman/ 41-228-21 c FOR SALE: SMALL TERRIER PIIP- pics. Russell Carpenter, Coon Rapids. Phone MU 4-5297. 4fi-22H-3tp Building Supplies 47 GRAIN STORAGE PROBLEMS ARE solved here. Let us help yau plan your storage buildings or see us for slat cribbing. Kanne Lumber & Supply! Phone 4373. 47-229JHC NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? 15.10 bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.r>2 semi-annually for materials. Groin P.av Lumber Companv. Phone _324S. _ 47-218-trc SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD SIZE window sash units. If we have your si/.c you'll buv It at a bargain. Carroll Lumber Co. 47-22S-fite FALSTAFF OR BLATZ BEER IN 12-oz. bottles 79c, 6 pk. exch. price S3.10 case exch. price. Charlev's Place. 18-217-ltc FOR SALE: SPRING CHICKENS. Phone 2Wo9. 18-227-:}te Male Help Wanted _ 21 MEN for outside retail sales positions in appliances and furniture . . . present earning opportunity excellent and future possibilities depend on your interest in developing yourself . . . must be ambitious, and have a pleasing personality . . . experience not necessary . . . car essential. GAMBLES 21-228-31 c ROUTE MAN. ESTABLISHED TER- rllnry. home nights, experience tun nei'csbiii'v. Karn while vou learn. Contact Mr. Gill 910 North Carroll St, Wednesday. Sept. 30 at S p.m. 21-229-2ti- Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing Dept. Immediate employment Apply in person. <>roma Foods Co. 22 -229 -tilc WANTED: IIA BY SITTER I ROM X In pin I'limii- 3 -J'Jl. 22-'J2H-3ii WANTED: NIGHT DIMI \\ \->llllt. i> mollis a week. Applv '., MI\.> Cafe. 22-223 -tlc WANTED: LADY TO Asvivr Willi' cate \\mk. Phone 014S. 22-'Jl>-:Uc- WANTED: WAITRESS. KXPERI-' enced or Inexperienced Murke _Motor_Inn. 22-22K-t;tc LADIES ATTENTION! DEMAND for Avon's beautiful Christmas Gift sets Is the greatest in hlstot-.v. Capitalize on this demand lis becoming an Avon representative. Real earning opportunitv for thosi ...>,.. ,,». Write 8 USED 220 PICKERS; 6 USED NEW Idea 2-rovv pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk elector; 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 Livestock for Sale 4) FOR SALE: PUREBRED YEARLING Hampshire Boar, also spring l>narv Albert Irlbeck. Westslde. •H-229-2tp SPECIAL FEEDER PIG SALE 3000 TOP WISCONSIN FEEDER PIGS will be sold who quallfv Hansen Iowa. Bos •Iti3, Mrs WiI met Storm Lake, 22-22S-2tc Friday, Oct. 2 at the Hampton Sales Male-Female Help 23 Company WANT TO MAKE S'iO OR MORE A day'.' We will train and finance dependable man or woman over 21 for McNess Route work. Wine or call. M. F. Clawson, Sales Manager, Furst-.McNess Co., Kreepoil, H1._Phone_AD 2-2151. 23-229-2tp WAITRESS WANTED: TRANSPOR- tatlon fur-nlshed. Bar tender wanted for Saturday night. Club ;«>. 23-229-">tc COOK WANTED: WITH SOME Dl\- ner experience, (iood wages. Must be able to assemble orders fast. Write Box H Times Herald. 23-22S-ittc Situation Wanted 24, WANTED: .1 A N I T O R. SIAINTE- nance or palming. Call 3H80. Arnold. 2-1-229-31 p Hatcheries 32 Hampton, Iowa Starting at 1 p. m. ' Weights will run from 40 to 90 j lbs. Pigs will be sorted into ttni- | form sizes and amounts to suit 'the buyer. All pigs will he identified by ear tags, and will he the , best that Wisconsin produces. J Special feeder pig trucks will be available to deliver pigs any I place. 3000 Pigs For more information call NEIL HARLAN CiL-G-343!) M*:N.WOMEN S.'O DAILY. M;U. luminous name plates. Write Reeves Co., Attleboro. Mass. 23-22ii-fit p WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS Hampton, Iowa 41-229-2tc LAST WEEK'S CATTLE PRICES WERE: Calves — $1.50 lower. Cows — SI.00 lower. This week shows a marked increase in the number of buyers, with prices .steady. THURSDAY CATTLE SALE OCTOBER 1 Starting at 12:30 P. M. 700 HEAD OF CATTLE EARLY LISTINGS INCLUDE 1 Load of 370 lb. Hereford heifers. 2 Loads of 425 lb. Hereford heifers. 4 Loads of 700 lb. Yearling steers. 2 Loads of heavy Angus calves. Regular local run of cattle, sheep and hogs. NOTICE Bring your fat hogs to this sale next Thursday . . . Sale starts at 10 a. m. Hog Auction every Monday and Thursday starling al 10 a. m. Spencer Livestock Sales SALE EVERY MONDAY AND THURSDAY HI WAY 71 NORTH OF SPENCER, IA. PHONE 1155 We Sell Cattle Every Day 41-229-ltc Time* Herald, Carroll, la. g\ Tuesday, Sept. 29, 1959 ^Jf 9_ ars Trucks 71 11)50 PONTIAC STATION WAHON. 2 door V-8. Stutnlard tnnismissinn. Krullo and Heater. Light Creen. McCoy Motors. 71 -2lti-tfc Auto Service 75 WW Sl'flGKST—HAVK YOlUt CAIt- buretor adjusted for winter driving' now! See Clenn. Loektiiirt Automotive Service. 75-222-1 fe FOH O K N K It A I. ACTOMOTIVK sales unci servlee. Call llnulllinn Motor Co. Dial 'J.ltCl, and for Tunk WaRoti Service to vour farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial !»).'I2. 75-12(J-tfe New Cars 76 SKK YOUK OI.I) 1IKI.IAIILK UUIC'R- Pontlac dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros! in Carroll. 76-194-tfc THAI)*: FOII A VKW 'no FOKITAT the easiest olm-e to trarte In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor <-'o. 76-284-tfc Household Goods 51 ONK OK Till: KIN lilt Tl 11 N < i S OK life. Hlue Lustre carpet and upholsters' cleaner. Matt Furniture Co. 51-22!t-ltc \VK IIA\T-i A fiOOD SKLECTION OK refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Blectrlc. 51-197-tfc GIANT IS CC. FT. COHONAOO home freezer . . . $luy.!>3. Only S .'i.no down. Gambles 51 -m -tfc DHKSSKlt WITH MlllltOK. NK.MH.Y new. ."?•-!«».I>i); (2 P Twin Beds, nenrlv new, .$15.oo each: .'t-diawer Desk, verv good, .?2H III). Matt Furniture Co.' - 51-228-2H- For Sale 55 FOR SALK: ONI-; TIlirLK Picture window ft-7 hy 5-0 opening, i-ompleti with thermo pane renter and combination storm and srreens for slile lights. A-l condition, priced to sell. Phone 25S2. 55-220-3tc GOOD I SKI) SN'AHK-llHl.M. WKG- ner^PUino_Tuner. 55-22<f-3te GO CART COMKT OEALKU FOIt Carroll County "Hottest" on wheels. Demonstrated at Hosellt* Ball Park. Art Hulsinp. Carroll, Iowa. Phone 303n. S5-225-Gtc Sale Date Claimed Sept 30 Herman W dole, executor of Lizzie Grote listate. 100 ncre Carroll County Farm. 1 miles east, 3 miles south and \<i mile east of the Cily of Carroll. Paul Grote. Auct. Oct. 1 AI HONS Special Dairy Sale, Farmers Sale Barn. Carroll, Iowa. Tuesday. Nov. 24- William DorpliiR- hiius, cluslnt! out (arm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles sun ill on Highway 71 and 1 i mile west. Wlclniid and Tinges, Aucts. Nov. 30--MI\N Joe |)rees clo»-ing out farm sale. .'I milcN North and :I 4 West of Liddi-rdalr oi 7 miles North nod -I miles East from Can-oil. Grote and Wieland, Aucts. Dec. 1 Win. Kcnnebeck CIO.NIIIL' out farm sale. .1 miles cast of Carroll on Ilwy. :i(l und 4 miles south on Airport road. 1 3 mile e.-.st and mile south. Or 2 miles noith. 2'.. cast and >j mite south of Willey. Byeiiy and Irlbeck. Aucts. Dec. 14 - Dwlnht Keevpr. Closing Out Uah-y Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles Wi '.st and 1 i ndle North of Glldden, or 4 miles East and W mile South of Willey. Boss. Byerly & An- dciMin, Aucts. I Dee. 15 Joe Danner Closlnc Out Sale. -1 miles east of Carroll on Hi Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mdo east and : !» south, llverlv & Irlbeck, Aucts. I Jan. 7 Dave Wlederln. ClosinR Out Sale, m ndles west of ,Mt. Cannel, or 2 miles east. 1 south. l ^ east of Breda. Grote & Uverly. Aucts. FOIt <i.\l.K: XKW GAS Fl KNACK. l .-iO .ooo KTi'. Spaco heater. (iO.noo BTl'. Dial 3207. R5-228-tfe SFRINGS. 5S-228-21p IIOUAWOOD FHAMK * Good shajie. Dial 427V). Room for Rent 60 FOU UF.NT: SI .KF. PING ItOOM with shower, doun town one per-1 son. Dial 9!)ti5. Cii-221-tfc | Houses for Sale 63 I-BIIHIOOM NO. SIDK, HF.TWF.F.N | schools, lmtjc earpeteil living and dlnlnp area. Nice kitchen with disposal, 2-bednioms and In rue hath down 2 bedrooms and 1 j bath up Lots of storane space air conditioned, new cas fin n,nr, full basement, enclosed back \ard, Baraue. Available soon. A leal ninulv home. Call Puilen/ Heal Fslate. Dial {1312 B3-229-2te NFAV 'J-HDIt.M. I',. STOKY SOI'TH side house. The '.• story could be finished Into more bedrooms. Carpeted living rm. Kxtra laiye kitchen. Full basement. Gas heat . . Several other 2, 3. 4 bedroom south side homes. Some with F1IA loans that mav be assumed John Gnam Heal Kslate. ii.3-22t»-2l c TWO HKIIKOOM A I.I. MdllKKX honie, double Karate, within three blocks of business district. Pi iced 1 right. Norbert .Mosman. Glldden.' Iowa. H3••_'•_*; 1 3tp I FOIt SALE: 2*3 It.R. HOMES. WF. have a nice selection to choose from. Before vou buy or sell, call us Wither Walkup Real Estate Phone 2620. fi.3-217-tfc Apartment for Rent 65 APT. DIAL 9703. fi.'.-'.'iil-tfc '-HKIHIOOM APT. TII.F. KU)OK>, model n kitchen. Graham Apartments. t ;.V22i -tfe S-IIKDKOOM APT. Ilia NO M VIN. Phone 9I'I-I3 b ."i -2l-l-t t'c PARKVIEW APIS. DIAL 3100. io-132-tfc APAUntENTS A \ VILA III,!'.: It K- nished or unfurnished. McN.ibb BlllldlnK- Dial .'liiso t;.')-21!'-t fc ] MODKItN 3-IIOII.M AIT. NEW IA decorated. Dial 32P7. ti.1-22K-l tc . Farms for Sale 67 FOB SALE: I'lltlUKID IIA.MP- shire boars l.epto and Bangs tested, cnolera vaccinated. Big individuals. Kenneth Peters. Arcadia low «L 11 -22.'M W lit HOC llOAHS. VAC. FOR CHOI.- j era, Bangs und l.epto. At Kami ]'•. north of Carroll. Joe Puden^ i and Son. 41-220-tfc MINNESOTA FARMS FOR WLK: We have the best in Minnesota farm land to (•Her vou. Write or erne. Tbonisutl Realtv. Gialllte Falls, Minn. lw-211-tlc Used Cars & Trucks 71 FOB SALE: l!l '>3 FORK IK I OKI A \ 8 hard -top. tun-il buinu to sci vice, make all ollei. Phone 27iiS. 7 l-22'.i-3lp IIEAI III I L I!!,,.-. FORD CROWN V ii loria. 2 -doi ii hard! > >p, large \'-S engine. F..id-(i-Miii ic. Hadi", heati-i, I.lie tins, povvei steering, femlersku ts. tmlcd glass, pink and vv lute Vinv I Intel lor. Low mileage. Fseeilent condition Inside and out Dial !i|o7 altci o p in. 71-22'c:ilc "A7 GMC >-.. TON PICK-l 1'. 18,000 miles 3 07 a\le. Radio, heater, 1 clean. Tvi Buick Super <l-Door, I Radio, heater, Dynaflow. Power steering and brakes F./. eve glass, 2 lone. Special price f51o'i.">. ileal' .Sliarp. Witt rock Slntors. 71 -20V -1IC DEAN OF CYCLISTS . . . (>cle officers are not uncommon, bill Police .Ngl. Hans Tonne of (lie t'levelaiut, Ohio, iiulii'f depart- nienl, is an unusual one—he's G4 years old. He has been a cycle officer for 29 of his years in the department and the 13 men in his unit are mostly in their 30's.' . LINCOLN LKTTKKS CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP> — Two unpublished letters written by Abraham Lincoln have been willed lo the I diversity ot Illinois library by the late Miss Sarah Kli/abeth Bryan, Los Anucles. Tin- U-tiits, which Lincoln wrote in Spnnnlieltl, 111., were addressed to Mi-^s Hiy- iin's grandfather. I). A. I'heevor, in Tremonl. III. One dated Aue, ii, Ulall. e.\|ircsst s Lincoln s regret that he couldn't accept an invitation tu appear in Tremont. The other letter, dated A UK l l J. 1»"' ( J. replied to a rei^iest thai Lincoln suggest a newspaper editor for Tremont ANITA AUCTION CO. LAST WKKK: 11)83 Sheep, BOH Hogs and 803 Cattle. A lai 'oe crowd and an active market both da >s. THURSDAY, OCT. 1 500 to 600 Hogs - 300 to 400 Sheep Another good run of light pigs and slocks bogs expected tor this week. Several lots of wel and piggy sows, a lew boars. All local hogs and best of ipialttj We expect lighter receipts of sheep and lambs than hist week's top-heavy run .\'o westerns arriving this week. We have 200 fancy, yearling ewes for private sale, in lots of 50 or more. FRIDAY, OCT. 2 600 to 700 Cattle Receipts ol local cattle are increasing each week and we will have an exceptionally good ollermg of choice, native calves and yearlings. Around 400 head all from local furms; 3 to 4 car-loads of range calves and light yearlings, 350 to (150 lbs.; several good WF stock cows; bulls, veals and butcher cattle, Tune KJAN, Atlantic (1220; at 11:05 a. in ami Friday. \V. II. Voting, I'll. 422, Kxtra -' Uarn Jack Heed, Ph. 202, Anita Member State & National L. S. Auct. Assu's. fied, Federally Approved, fully bonded. You'll h improved facilities. every Thursday *hone 27 Nationally Certi- our newIv 41-229-1U- IIUMBLE nOMES OF WORLD LEADERS . . . Pictured, at top. is the house in Denison, Tex., where President Eisenhower was born Oct. 14, 1890. At bottom is shown the dwelling In Stalino, In the Russian Ukraine, where Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is said to have lived during his early years. Briefing- (Continued from Page 1> Dennis Wilken Is Pre-Medical Student iTImec Herald New* KiTvIrr) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wilken drove their son, Dennis, to Iowa City where he entered the State University of Iowa. He is a pre-inedical student in the College of Liberal Arts. Mr. and Mrs. E. 0. Schuman and Gary spent Sunday al the Walter Schoessler cottage at Miller's Bay, Lake Okoboji. . ( Guests Thursday evening of Mr. i Or Miss Bowman and Mrs. Louie Bauer of Carroll! in observance of their 35th wedding anniversary, were Mr. and I Mr. and Mrs. William Stevens, Dawson, Neb. Mrs. K. E. Lannon. DeWitt. N.Y., spent a few days with her mother, Mrs. E. H. Grantham and with her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grantham. She is the former Marian Grantham of Lake City. She and her husband came west to bring their second son, David to the State University of Iowa, Iowa City. German ambassadors received an initial briefing Monday. British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan said in London that a summit conference of leaders of the great powers would be hold in the near future. Eisenhower made cleur to reporters only that so far as he personally was concerned his requirements for a summit meeting had been substantially met. But diplomatic officials said that while they expect a summit meeting will be held, a final agreement and arrangements still have to be worked out. Eisenhower's chief objection to going to the summit was the existence of Khrushchev's threat, made last November, to take steps which would jeopardize the security of West Berlin and of the contingent of U.S., British and French troops stationed there. Threat Lifted The President said at his news conterence Khrushchev had lifted the threat and in fact had stated emphatically "th.it never had he any intention to give anything that was to be interpreted as duress or compulsion." As the communique ending their Camp David talks disclosed, the two men agreed on reopening of negotiations for the settlement of the Berlin problem. In addition, Eisenhower said Khrushchev and he agreed that, in the President's words, "These negotiations should not be prolonged indefinitely but there could be no fixed time limit on them." Eisenhower and his advisers considered Khrushchev's agreement to negotiate without a deadline as the agreement which effectively ended the crisis raised by Khrushchev last November. Art-end Wedding nimfi lliruld News Ser\lrt>) WESTSIDE - Mrs. Arthur Mrs. ClavtonT)«hse and fam\iy and Pahl accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Jensen. Westside; Mr. and \ Len .Win* to Boone Saturday, Mrs. Frank Koepko and Robert and evenmg where they attended the lQ sew for the .. Friendly service Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoffers. Arcad- * edd, "8 " L,,llan Bowllian t ,°/ oh " 'this year. Mrs. Maurice Miller told I Umdall. They were overnight and 1 „ f .,;„ „i 0 „ 0 *„.. .u„ men » Sund;iy guests of Mr. and Mrs Potters Entertain At Potluck Dinner <Tliiit'w IIPI-HM News Service* LAKE VIEW — The Rev. and Mrs. Paul Potter were hosts to the Sub District Ministers and their wives at a planned potluck dinner Tuesday. The Ministers held a business meeting following the dinner. Mrs. Ole Hoeg led the devotions al the F.C.C.W. Thursday at the Congregational church. It was announced that Circle No. 1 would have a cake walk near Staab's Store Tuesday, Sept, 22. During the business meeting plans were made i.-1 Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schelldorf ,,-ui p.,,,,- , have returned home after spending | W i" Co "' fc0 " paal ^ 0one p. . M 13 days at the home of their son i nlrM D(lMlk ' Roy Rickers. Mr. in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. I ; d K\f'^ r ? na ' ,d Leslie Green, at Dow City. I % N ,^ e f esls S " nday 10 tl,e " en " ' | ry IIuiz home at Lnverne. They Frank Plannkuch and Charles -slopped at West Bend, en route to Kuhl of Manning and Art Brotherson were fishing at Slayton. Minn, from Monday until Wednesday. Monday evening guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Dreesen for a card party were Mr. and Mrs. Clans Huisenga, Elroy and Marsha, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Fernand Obtnan and Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Garvels, Carnarvon; Mr. and Mrs. Ferman Stout and daughters Janet. Karen, and Linda, Sac City, and Alfred and Martha Dreessen, Westside. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Brandenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Linde spent Wednesday at the Spencer Fair. Senior Citizens See Norway Slides <Tlmr« IIITUIII Ni-ns Srrvlru) LAKE CITY — The senior citizens groups of the Lake City Presbyterian church had their second meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs. Halbert JMighell. The Kev. John Lewis led I the devotions. Mrs. Charles Duly I showed colored slides of her daugh- j ter's summer in Norway. Mrs. Mighell served refreshments, j Those present, in addition to the iMiuhells and Mrs. Doty, were Mrs. ! Elizabeth Crahb, Mrs. Lillian Koe; belle, Mrs Myrtle Doty. Mrs. Ell. ! Grantham. Mrs. S, C. (lartrell, Mr. I and Mrs. William Davenport. Noble -Moulds, the Rev. Mr Lewis, and Carrie White Mr. and Mrs Charles Heames, Lon.u Beach. Calif., were weekend guests ol Mrs E. 11. Grantham. Mr and Mrs. Ernest Westering al- i so called in the Grantham home 'Sunday. Mrs Grantham entertained til dinner Monday for the Heames. Guests included former schoolmates and Iriends: Mrs. Hoy I Crawford, Mrs. Grace Lynn, Mrs, lAllie Hamilton, Miss Ethel Hacked, Mrs. Sarah Hicks, and Mrs. Myrtle Doty. Charles Reames is a 1!U)4 graduate of the Lake City high school Guests of Mrs Julia Buttrick the first of this week were her cousins, Odds 'n' Ends Bring Quick Cash When you need ready cash, try selling unusual articles through a Classified Ad. You'll be amazed at tho fast action. You'll be pleased at t lie low cost! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald Laverne to see the Grotto. Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Luetje entertained a group of friends at a party Sunday evening at their home in honor of Mr. Luetje's birthday. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters, Martha VcUer and Mrs. Minnie Vetter, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stoffers, Mrs. Helena Kasperson, Mildred and Marcellus, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. John Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Segebart, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Thiedeman, Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias. Mr. and Mrs. Hannes Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vetter, Adolph Luetje. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Luetje and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Jensen and family of Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Luetje and family and Mrs. Mary Gebhart of Groton. S.D. Mrs. Ambrose Lawler and Mrs. Steve Rowan of Wall Lake accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Jim Launderville and Mr. and Mrs. William Launderville of Vail to Jefferson Saturday evening. They attended a bridal shower given for Ellen Minnihan. who will become the bride of Larry Hoover, of Scranton. According to latest figures, last year's 100 top national newspaper advertisers invested over $300 million dollars. of the plans for the 1959-60 year. The theme is "Move We On Together". The Executive board was in charge of refreshments. Mrs. Demu Hale and Mrs. Jim Wulf entertained the first fall meeting of the Past Noble Grands at the Lodge Hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. Russell Mason, Mrs. John Hoehl and Mrs. Wilmer Hanson were guests. Several games were played, with prizes going to Mrs. Henry Peters. Mrs. Howard Winands, Mrs. Lula McKeen, Mrs. John Elias and Mrs. M. P. Leighter. The Rev. Paul Potter has been invited to attend the Governor's conference on Y'outh in Des Moines Sept. 25. The Rev. Lambert, of Nevada, Mo., was Wednesday evening dinner guest of the Rev. Dixon Stimpson and family. He is connected with CROP and will return here Oct. 14 for a meeting with the Congregational Church board. SHOULD BE LUCKY MILWAUKEE (API — William H. Kaliebe figures he ought to be one of the luckiest men alive if there's anything to the legend of the four leaf clover bringing good luck. The 55-year-old department store receiving clerk claims to have found about 2,000 four leaf clovers in the last 45 years. Moreover, he says he has plucked hundreds of five and six leafers, a few seven and eight leafers and even one 10-leaf job. "They really aren't as rare as most people think," says Kaliebe. ADDED TOUCH . . . Although It doesn't look It, the entrance (4 small SI. John Chrysoslom Episcopal Church In Delafieltl, Wis., is 108 years yuunger than the refit of the building. Th« church was built in 1851 und has been In use ever since with only nmull remodeling jobs, until the addition of the new entrance with It* veslibtilu. It wm detdguuU tu mutch exactly (he architecture of the church. BUICK PONTIAC ?)U <c4352 a CARROLL

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