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PENNEY5 ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY] Second Younker Store Hold-Up In Two Days IOWA CITY (AP)—Three burglars took an estimated $2,000 in receipts from a Younker Department Store safe here Tuesday night and fled after leaving the store manager bound on the floor. It was the second robbery of a Younker store in Iowa in as many nights. A well-dressed bandit held up the Younker-Davidson store at vSioux City Monday night and forced two parttime employes to fill his briefcase with the day's receipts. He also took receipts from the Younker-Martin store at Sioux City in the same holdup, which authorities say netted an unofficial $20,000. Bob Ettinger, 38, manager of the Iowa City store, said the three men apparently entered the store through a back door and made for the safe. Police said one of the three evidently climbed through the roof and opened the door for his companions. Ettinger said he returned to the store shortly after 10 p.m. to pick up some eggs he had left there when he was jumped by the thieves, struck several times and forced to lie on the floor after they bound him. Ettinger said that after the three left, he crawled to a nearby telephone and called police. He then untied himself, he said. Ettinger said thai when he entered the store he had turned on a basement light 'and heard a a wastepaper basket kicked over, He said he noticed some burglary lools lying on the floor and then lie was jumped. In addition to taking the money, Ettinger said, the thieves also took records of the day's receipts, making it difficult to determine exactly how much was lost. Templeton DYO Elects Its Officers TEMPLETON - The high school students of Templeton held their first DYO meeting of the year in the school cafeteria at 7:30 Thursday evening, Sept. 24. At this meeting election of officers took place: President, Mike Hausman; vice president, Joe Slater; secretary, Linda Siepker; treasurer, Jim Kisgen. After the election a short meeting was held. It was decided to have monthly meetings Thursday nights. Fr. Harpenau closed the meeting with prayer. Entertainment was furnished_by the senior class. Timts Herald, Carroll, la. m Wodnwday, Sap*. 30, 1959 Sally Farner in Competition for Dolphin Queen IOWA CITY - Salty Farner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William S. Farner of Carroll is one of 20 pretty State University of Iowa coeds chosen in preliminary competition for the title of 1959 Dolphin Queen. The winner will reign at the annual Dolphin water show, "A-Lad-in-Arabie", during homecoming weekend October 8 to 10. The 20 candidates represent I women's dormitories and social sororities on the State University campus. Miss Farner, a freshman in the college of liberal arts, was picked to represent Burge Hall. The Dolphins are the SUI men's swimming club, which each year selects a queen and four attendants to take part in the water show and ride on a float in the homecoming parade. Two Birthdays Are Celebrated in Auburn Sunday (Times Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hospelhorn and family entertained at dinner Sunday evening for the birthdays of Connie Hospelhorn and Duane Presley. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Wal- \ don Kent, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Presley and family, Mrs. Lydia Kent and sons. The Bible Class of the United Presbyterian Sunday School met | Friday afternoon with Lillian Wiseman. Ruth Miles conducted the devotions and. Mrs. Mabelle Coats presided at the business meeting. | Mrs. F. I. Osburn conducted the question period. The hostess served [ refreshments. Mrs. LaVona Shann on n d | daughter, Donna and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shannon and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Neitzke in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and son, Albert, visited over the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. James Du- Vaney at Council Bluffs, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wagg and daughter, Doreen, and Mildred McCoy in Omaha. Farm Program Highlights From th» Carroll County A.S.C. Office The starting date for sealing soybeans on the farm in Carroll County is October 5. If you have soybeans that you wish to seal, contact the sealer for your township or you may notify the A.S.C Office. Soybeans must grade No. 4 or better and contain not more than 14 per cent moisture in order to be eligible for sealing or price support. The scaling price is $1.81 per bushel. The following moisture premiums apply: 12.2 per cent of less, 4 cents per bushel: 12.3 per cent to 12.7 per cent incl., 3 cents per bushel; 12.8 per cent to 13.2 per cent incl., 2 cents per bushel; 13.3 to 13.7 per cent inclusive, 1 cent per bushel; 13.8 per cent to 14 per cent inclusive, No premium. A premium of 2 cents per bushel is applied if the foreign material is one per cent or less. * # # Soybeans, grain sorghum, or corn stored in warehouses may | be sealed as soon as both copies' | of the warehouse receipt are presented at the A.S.C. Office. Please remember both husband and wife must sign the sealing papers. * * * At present, a date has not been set for the start of sealing farm stored corn or farm stored grain sorghum. The sealing price on grain sorghum is $1.54 per hun- > dredweight and the 1959 corn sealing price is $1.06 per bushel. * * * The deadline for taking the first ' step toward participation in the Conservation Reserve has been extended to October 9. The Conservation Reserve is the program \ | whereby land is idled for three or i five years with a payment being made each year the farm is under contract. The average rate per acre payment in Carroll County is $19.50 per acre. So Much Beauty At So Little Cost! 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