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t Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Good Things to Cat 18 Farm Machinery _^ 33 Farms for Saf« CARD OP THANKS Up to 25 words, $1.50 AU over 25 words 8c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $1.60 Additional Insertions.- __.._$1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 ». m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 t. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word ... 6 cents — * J „ 15 cents ..24 cents Eat at Pauline's! Three days, per word- Six days, per word.-. r-SXN^W*\XVSX^^>-^*^S^. Cards of Thanks . 3 CARI> OF THANKS My sincere thanks to all my friends, neighbors and relatives for the cards, flowers and visits while I was in.the hospital. Your thoughtfulness has been deeply appreciated. Catherine Kalkhoff ' 3-233-ltp CARD OF THANKS I sincerely wish to thank the Chaplain, sisters and nurses of St. Anthony Hospital, Msgr. Vollmer, friends and relatives for their many cards, flowers, and visits while a patient at the hospital. ' Paul (Pat) Sehmltz 3-233-.Uc Announcements FREE GIFT ^^T FREE...Gift lo «ilhtf mother or (nlh»r ^>/ makinp Inquiry on IflvlnQl trity eon ' ~ t make on ALL TOYS. Guorant*»d to iov« parcnli up lo 20% OFF regular rvlalt I prlct en all toyi. ' FREE FOR THE HAUIJNG: BHO- ken pieces of concrete, slabs and large chunks. Phone 2485. WINDY ACRES MODERN TRAILER PARK PERMANENT OR OVER NITE 2 Miles East of Carroll on Hwy. 30 Make reservation now for permanent space. Call 4007 KEEP YOUR TEMPER—WE'LL FIX your radio or TV set.—Prompt service, moderate rates. Pick-up and delivery. Guaranteed repairs. • Call 9513. gporrcr's TV. 6-228-btc WAI. 3630 FOB FIIESH CUT £LOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS HP TO $500— Loans and installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltC Business Services 14 SAWS SHARPENED. C. O. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone WHITE JUEAD HOUSE PAINT— New. yet »ld fashioned—Pigment 85% Whltelead, 15% Titanium. Joe's Paint Center. 14-133-ltc RADIO ft TV SERVICE, INCI* CAR radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of time and expense. All makes serviced and repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-99-ltc PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc TELEVISION AND RADIO SERV- ice. Prompt and efficient service. Latest equipment. Pick-up and de. Radio and TV installation. livery. Coast to Coast Store. 14-228-6tc DIAL 4338 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. HR Cleaners. 14-231-tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards it's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc S T A R T E R, GENERATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Rclnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2326. 14-180-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 FRESH COUNTRY EGGS FOR SALE. Dial 97.1.1. 38-233-2tc LOCKERS FOR RENT $10.00 PER year. Brenny's Market. 18-233-llc Want Ads Pay You Cash for Your Don't Wants | SPECIAJL LOW PHIOES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest noist and Hcider boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Cheek our prices before buying. Schenkol- berg Impl. Co. 33-162-ltc MAKE SUNDAY MORE ENJOYABLE with BREAKFAST HEREI Homemade Cinnamon Rolls PAULINE'S CAFE Where To Go 17 ELKS DANCE Sat., Oct. 3 FREE COCKTAIL HOUR 8:30 to 9:30 JIMMY SMITH and His Orchestra Adm. $2.00 Per Couple 17-232-2tc Business Opportunities 19 ATTENTION: FRANCHISE NOW open in Carroll and Sac counties for Iowa's fastest selling travel trailer. Write P.O. Box 442, Waterloo, Iowa. 19-230-6tp Male Help Wanted 21 TRUCK DRIVER WANTED: MUST be reliable and dependable. Phone 5645, Sac City, afternoons or evenings. 21-232-3tc 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 lo start. Write P. O. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfc MEN NEEDED 20-S9 TO TRAIN, TO adjust and settle losses and accidents for Insurance Companies, Airlines, Bus, Truck companies Railroads and others. Write Box CA % Daily Times Herald, give address, age, phone. 21-231-3tc Female Help Wanted 22 HELP WANTED: POSITIONS FOR Cook and a Baker open at Cornell College, Mount Vernon, Iowa. Living accommodations available. Apply at Cornell College Business Office, Mount Vernon, Iowa, Telephone 2021. 22-232-3tc MAKE MONEY AT HOME ASSEM- bllng our items. Experience unnecessary. Elko Mfg. 515 N. Fairfax, Los Angeles 36, Calif. 22-232-2tp WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing 'Dent. Immediate employment. Apply in person. Ocoma Foods Co. 22-229-6tc WANTED: LADY TO LEARN SEW- ing and alteration work. Apply in person. HR Cleaners. 22-231-tfc Male-Female Help 23 8 USED 228 PICKERS; S USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; '2 used Minneapolis 2-ro\v pickers; U used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allls Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk elector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOH SALE: 45 HEAD tTUKBRKI) Spotted Poland China boars, vaccinated double'treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Rriggs, 8 miles south of Templeton cornet and 5!-2 west. 41-173-3U DUROO BOARS. VAC. FOR CHOI,era, Bangs and Lento, At Farm ±',4 north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz Son. 41-220-tfc HAMPSHIRE BOARS. \Vm. P, Leslc, _Aufourn. _ 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DWIO< boars. Vaccinated for cholera anci Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3% north, Manhlng. _____ 41-206-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P Brlncks, 2 miles east. 4 south of ^Carroll. _ _ ____ i 1 !?! FOK SALE: PUREBRED DUROCJ Boars. Walter Platt. Olidden. 41-209-tfc FOn SALE: PUREBRED ILAMP- shire boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, ery., and lento. Win. H. Mahnke 8 south of wostslde. 41-225-12tp FOK SALE: GOOD PUREBRED I'O- land China Boars, Fall, Doc. and Spring. Farrowing Growlhy meal type. Vac. Guar. Rudolph T. Kock 1 mile nortli and 2'i miles east of Lanesboro. 41-23L-3tp FOR SALE: fiO HEAD OF PfRK- bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2Vi miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. 41-231-tfc Building Supplies 47 GRAIN STORAGE FKOI1LE.US ARE solved hore. Let us help yuu plan your storage buildings or see us for slat cribbing. Ka'nne Lumber & Supply. Phone 4373. 47-229-5tc NEED EAR CORN STORAGE? 1550 bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 seml-annually for materials. Green Bay Lumber Company. Phone 32<f8. 47-218-tfc SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD SIZE window sash units. If we have your size you'll buy it at a bargain. Carroll Lumber Co. 47-228-Glc Household Goods 51 FOK SALIC: SKIGLKK OLL HEATEU. Phone 9051. 51-233-2tp WE RKCOAI.MEND BLUE LUSTRE to clean carpets and upholstery. Restores forgotten ' colors. Matt Furniture Co. 51-233-lte IJSK1) STUDIO AND rLATKOKM rocker, very good, $20.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-232-2tc WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Heircs Electric. 51-197-tfc GIANT 15 CU. FT. CO RON ADO home freezer . . $199.95. Only JJ5.00 down. Gambles. 51-111-tfc WANT TO MAKE $20 OR MOKE A day? We will train and finance dependable man or woman over 21 for McNess Route work. Write or call. M. F. Clawson, Sules Manager, Furst-McNess Co., Freeport, 111.—Phone AD 2-2151. 23-229-2tp ! STAINLESS STEEL SINK. DISH washer, bnse and wall cabinet. Donut machine. Phone 4007. 51-23l-3tp For Sale 55 WAITRESS WANTED: TRANSPOR- tation furnished. Bar tender wanted for Saturday night. Club 30. 23-229-Stc COOK WANTED: WITH SOME DIN- ner experience. Good wages. Must be able to assemble orders fast. Write Box H % Times Hern Id. 23-228-Gtc Situation Wanted 24 FOR SALE: EVERGREEN SHRUBS, must move nursery. East of Lakewood on north shore of Blackhavvk Lake. Lake View, Iowa, Sunday _p.m. Oct. 4. 55-232-2tp FOR SALE: NEW GAS FURNACE 150,000 BTU. Space heater. 00,000 BTU. Dial 3297. , 55-228-tfc Wanted to Rent 58 WANT TO RENT OIL STOVE FOR 3 weeks. Phone -4010. 58-233-2tp MAN WANTS NIGHT WORK.! _ Phone 3734. 24-233-2lp Room for Rent Salesman Wanted 25 60 WANTED: SALESMAN FOR CAR- roll territory, home nights, salary plus commission. Paid vacation, group Insurance, no experience necessary. Write PO Box 372, Carroll. Iowa. 25-232-8tc Farm Products 31 YEARLING HY-LINE HENS FOR sale. Mrs. John Wurzer. Phone MU 3-2251, Dedham. 31-232-2tc Hatcheries 32 Y KAISKRS: GET ATX types of worms by using Dr. Salsburys wormal capsules or wormal granuals for utse In feed. Also Wazlne In the water for round worms, for sale at Kruse Hatchery west, on Hwy. 30, Carroll, Iowa. 32-233-6tc NOTICE! By onjer of Mayor A. N. Neu, the City Hall will be closed Monday Morning, until 10 o'clock during the funeral of Policeman Joseph E. Heller, so to give the employees an opportunity to attend the funeral services at SS. Peter & Paul's Church. T. J. Kerwin City Clerk 6-233-ltc SLKEPIN<; ROOM, Dial 3806. SMALL APT. 60-233-1tu FOR KKX'V: SLKUPIM! ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 BY OWNER, MODERN S-BEDUOOM home. All oak floors, full basement, stoker furnace. Can be seen by appointment. Write 3509 10th Ave. Council Bluffs, ,Iowa. 63-233_-3tp FOR SALE: 2 & 3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wilber Walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Houses for Rent 64 FOR JUCNT, 435 LINCOLN. per mo. Phone 4227. 64-231-3tc Apartment for Rent 65 I''IIIINISIIK» APT. DIAL 8880. 65-233-3tc C6-28»-tfc APT. 1HAX, 9708. 2-BEDIIOOM APT. TELE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc 3-HEDROOM APT. 1113 NO. MAIN. Phone 9643. 65-214-tfc APARTMENTS AVAfLAULE: FDU- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PAKKVIKW APTS. DIAL 3100. 65-132-tfc a-iuxm APT. NEWLY decorated. Dial 3297. 65-228-tfc CLOSE IN. CITY HEAT. CALL LEO Saul. 65-230-Gtc Farms for Sale 67 JUST LISTED WELL IMPROVED 320 near Coon Kapids. Level to gently sloping farm. One of the better farms. A buy at $305.00. acre. Also some smaller farms. Dennis Brannan, Coon Rapids, Iowa. • 67-232-3tc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought For your Club or Prtvatf Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Accommodations for 60 People Family Style Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up HAUUNE'S CAFE STARLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's Finest Tuesday, Oct. 6 Leo Daeges and His Orch. Saturday, Oct. 3 Don Hoy and Hie Orchestra CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "The Young Philadelphinns" with Paul N oilman You're Always Assured o'f Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll YOU'LL BE WISE, . and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work tor you. No matter if you're buying, selling, renting or luring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t 1 CALL 3573 OR COME IN TODAY! Doily Times Herald MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SAJLK: We have the best in Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. _^ ^ 67-214-tfc Used Cars & Trucks 71 •5» CHKV. 210 2-t)OOR, fl fVLIN- rier, Standard transmission, radio and healer. Completely reconditioned In our shop. McCoy Motors. __ 71-233-31 c 50 N. YORKER 4 DR. RADIO, heater, Power brakes and sleeting. nylon white sidewall tires, Imv mileage, local one owner car. Close out on all new 59 Plymouth* he- fore new models arrive.' Wlttrock Motors. 71-230-tfc Daily Record Revocations, October 1 ! Arthur L. Hess, 30. RFD 1. Wall • Lake. 60 days. Operating Motor | Vehicle while Intoxicated tim*t H«r«!rf, CirreM, ft). Saturday, October 3, 1959 Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretnr adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR G E N E B A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, nnd 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 BUICK- Pontiac dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll, 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW 'SO FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc Sale Date Claimed Tuesday, Nov. J4—William Dorping haus, closing out farm sale. From Cat' roll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Va mile west, v/eland and Tigges, Aucts. November 25 — Joseph- L. Turner, complete closing out sale, H^ miles East of Dedham. Wleland, Irlhock & Tigges. Aucts. Nov. 30—Mrs. "Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % West of Lidderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wleland, Aucts. Dee. 1-Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, '/a mllo east and 1/3 mile south. Or 2 miles north, 2V&'east and Vz mile south of Willey. Byerly nnd Irlbeck, Aucts. Dee. 14 — Dwight Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and Vi mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and V* mile South of Willey. Boss, Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on HI- Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and % south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wlederln. Closing Out Sale. 114 miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south, V\ east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. Legal Notices NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OK PARTNERSHIP AS TO HJC1NA D. SHEPHERD TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting among the undersigned, J. A. Hannasch, C. J. Hannasch and Lucina D. Shepherd, heretofore carrying on a general automobile salts and repair service and for the specific purpose of selling and marketing Oldsmobile and Cadillac automobiles and all other types of automobiles and equipment under the firm name and style of Hannasch Motor Co. In the City of Carroll, Iowa, was dissolved by mutual consent of the co-partners on the 1st clay of October, 1959, only insofar as it affects Luclna D. Shepherd, she having sold all of her interest therein to J. A. Hannnsch and retired from the said partnership. The said partnership will continue under the name and style ol Hannasch Motor Company, and the co-partners will be J. A. Hannasch and C. J. Hannasch. The said partnership and business affairs of said partnership will be attended to Jay J. A. Hannasch and C. J. Hannasch, two of the undersigned, who are now the co-partners of said partnership, the said J. A. Hannasch owning a % Interest therein and the said C. J. Hannasch owning a U interest therein, and the said J. A. Hannasch and C. J. Hannasch are hereby fully authorized to carry on the said partnership of Hannasch Motor Co, and to collect, receive and receipt for all moneys, goods and properties due or accruing to the said co-partnership and to perform all of Its unexecuted contracts. Dated at Carroll, Iowa, 'this 1st day of October, 1959. J. A. Hannasch C. J. Hannasch Luclna D. Shepherd M. R. Tan Creti, Attorney Carroll, Iowa Oct. 3, 10, 1959 St-eel- (Continued from Page 1) has put pressure on both the union and industry. The industry has let McDonald know—either by formal proposal or indirect hinting—that it will boost hourly wages if management can have a tighter reign on workers' habits in the mills. The industry first broached the working practices proposal before the steelworkers struck on July 15. At that time the industry offered only to share industry savings with the workers. It set no price. More Exact Since being called to Washington last Wednesday the 12 major steel firms directly involved in negotiations have been more exact in how much increase workers would get. The industry also said the increases would be put into effect as soon as work is resumed. The money offer reportedly amounted to 8 cents an hour. Meanwhile the union has asked for a 15-cent-an-hour pay hike. Until -last Wednesday the companies have been doing all of their negotiating on the premise that hourly wages—listed by the U.S. Department of Labor as averaging $3.11 in June—must be frozen for one year. i .11.STICK COURT i Traffic Finos— John F Hifjgins, f;irroll, $S and costs, defective muffler: Jerome Rolert. Carroll. $10 and costs, stop i sign violation: Robert K. Reitz. jUte. $10 and cosls. improper pass- iing; Hay L Logins, Sioux City. i $7 and costs, truck speeding; Donald W. Mack, Audubon. $15 and costs, night speeding: Lorenz Irl- mcier. Dedham, $50 and costs, failing to yield right of way at intersection; Dennis Goetzing e r, Carroll, $10 and costs, failing to yield right of way at left turn; Myron M. Maack. Charter Oak. $10 and costs, failing to yield one half of road. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Lillian Gallagher, Vail Mrs. Lena Sleister, Manilla Susan Ann Heislerknmp. Breda Sandra Kay Heisterkamp, Breda Steven Thomas Heisterkamp, Breda * Anthony G. Spieker, Carroll Mrs. Lowell T. Cooper, Oskaloosa Joni Kay Vanderheiden, Carroll Teri Vanderheiden, Carroll Dismissals— Mrs. Roland Daniel, Lidderdale Mrs. John H. Stannan, Carroll Doris Ann Volquartsen, Manning Perry W. Eason, Scrariton Births- Mr, and Mrs. Darrell Arneil, Breda, a daughter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. John M. Heck, Manilla, a son, Friday. Car roll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.87 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .90 Oats 60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Here is a summary of the hog, cattle and sheep markets for the v/eek with estimated receipts for today: Hogs 100; at the close several lots sorted No 1 and mixed No 1 and 2 200-230 Ib butchers brought IS.60 while mixed No 2 and 3 and No 1, 2 and 3 190-280 Ib weights bulked in a narrow price range of 13.15-13.35. Sows weighing under 400 Ibs closed at 11.25-12.50 while mixed No 2 and 3 400-550 Ibs bulked at 10.00-11.25. Cattle 100; bulk choice and mixed choice and prime steers 26.00-29.00, week's" early top on prime steers 29.00; Wednesday load mostly prime 1212 Ib steers 29.65, load 1080 Ib weights 29.35 and around 6 loads high choice to mostly prime 1175-1325 Ib steers 26.50-27.25; high choice under 1200 Ib steers sold as high as 28.25; good grade steers early 24.5025.75; late sales 25.00-26.50 with steers at 26.50 usually carrying an end of choice; utility and standard steers 20.00-24.50, mostly 21.00 24.00; mixed choice and prime heifers 26.75 and 27.00, bulk good to high choice heifers 23.50-26.50; utility and standard heifers 18.0023.50; few standard cows 18.5020.00; late -bulk utility and commercial cows 14.50-17.50, with a few high commercial up to 18.00; late bulk canners and cutters 12.00-15.50; utility and commercial bulls largely 18.50-21.50; cutters down to 17.50; standard and good vealers 25.00-32.00; few good and choice 33.00; cull and utility vealers 15.00-24.00; loadlots good and mixed good and choice 535765 Ib stock steers 26.50-29.00. Sheep none; bulk good and choice spring slaughter lambs 80100 Ibs 18.50-20.50 with few choice and mixed choice and prime to 21.00. Most utility and low good spring lambs 13.00-18.00 late with many sales between 14.00-17.00. Cull spring lambs down to 10.00 and few extreme culls 8.00. Cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Ulish Asks to Be Relieved of One Job DES MOINES (AP)—Frank B. Ulish said Saturday he has asked to be relieved as acting director of the safety education division in the State Department of Public Safety. He said he wanted to devote full time to directing field activities for the division and consultations with city and school officials. He has been with the division since its creation in 1 ( J39. Ulish, whose home is Fort Dodge, said his health prevents him from holding down the two positions. Public Safety Commissioner D. M. Station did not immediately name a new safety education di- rertor. Du Pont-GM (Continued from Page 1) \y holding firms, the Christiana Securities Co. and the Delaware Kealty and Investment Corp., from acquiring any additional stock interest or influence in GM; 2. Prohibits the Christiana and Delaware firms from voting GM stock and wipes out any voting rights of 535,500 GM shares held )y Christiana; 3. Bars Du Pont, Christiana and Delaware officers and directors from voting any GM stock; 4. Forbids officers and directors of Du Pont, Christiana and Delaware from serving as GM officers or directors, and bars'GM 'rom employing any employes of the three Du Pont companies; 5. Bans any preferential trade arrangements or understandings aetween Du Pont and GM as long as Du Pont owns GM stock, and cancels existing supplier contracts may be negotiated. Judge La Buy's order retained jurisdiction by his court for en- : orcement of the order. He reserved the right to review and amend the court's terms if future justification should arise. Crawford H. Greenewalt, Du Pont president, said in a statement that Du Pont was gratified that the stock distribution was not ordered. Deaths, Funerals MRS. W. O. HAWK ! forsnn. Wednesday for Mrs .Julia Mrs. W. 0. Hawk. 87. Osrfola. rif;vplaml. 91. .Jefferson, who 'licrl mother of Mrs. A. F. Reed of far- Sept. 27. Burinl was in the tmiiily roll, died of a hear condition at. a lot in Scranton f>mptf>ry. hospital in Osceola, whore she had \f rs . Cleveland was the widow of been a patient for 10 days. \ Cleveland. Her son Charles Funeral services will be held at' Cleveland is Greene County Tre;is- tl.e Webster Funeral Home. f)sce- urpr she was an aunt of Harold ola, at 2 p.m. Sunday Cleveland. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cleveland and children attended the rites. I ,., WINS SCHOLARSHIP . . , Charles Bernard Scliettler of Breda Is recipient of the Du- btique nrehriloeesnn provincial scholarship to the Catholic University of America. He is enrolled In the University's School of Engineering with a major In mechanical engineering. Son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Schettler, he is a graduate of St. Bernard's High School, Breda, where he was president of the Senior Class. The scholarship carries with it full tuition and has an annual value of ?800 or $3200 for the four years. It is awarded on the basis of competitive examination. Tickets on Sale for KC Fund Dance Tickets went on sale Saturday for a dance to be given by Charles Carroll Council No. 780 Knights of Columbus in K of C Hall Saturday night, October 17, for benefit of the new K of C scholarship fund. Charles Carroll Council is sponsoring a $200 scholarship to be given each year to a graduate of Kuemper High School. Faber L. Hood, chairman of the council's Six-Point Program Committee, who is in charge of the -scholarship project, has announced the following ticket agents: Vernis Juergens at Juergens Produce, Lyle Thelen at the Post Office; Frank Liewer at the Commercial Savings Bank, and Andy Balk at Balk Men's Shop in Carroll; Gus Berger, Mount Carmel; Dr. John Dermody, Breda; Jack Eischeid, Lidderdale; Norbert Liewer and Myron Noppl, Willey; Jerry Rolfes, Halbur; and Victor Tomka, Arcadia. Tickets also will be available from Mr. Hood at the Carroll Pharmacy in the Kuker Clinic and at the K of C Hall. The price is one dollar each. Music for the dance will be furnished by Leo Daeges' orchestra. NEW 4-H LEADERS Four new leaders have been announced for girls' 4-H clubs in Carroll County. Mrs. Paul Conner of Glidden will be the new leader of the Grant Jolly Janes. She will be assisted by Mrs. Merlin Warnke. Mrs. Ed Bpes and Mrs. Ben Buelt of Breda will be new leaders of the Breda Helping tfands. The Grant Jolly Janes will hold their first meeting of the new program year in the Charles Feld home northeast of Carroll, Monday evening, October 12, and the Breda Helping Hands will meet with their new leaders in Foresters Hall, Breda, Monday evening, October 19. MRS. JULIA CLEVELAND Funeral services were hold at the Slininger Funeral Home, Jef- ! LEONARf| „ RfU;f;f;RMAN i Funoral services were held Fri- ! doy for Leonard fTarold Brugg", mnn, 38. Arcadia, who died at Nebraska Methodist .Hospital. | Omaha, Tuesday morning. Short, sprvicos at the Huffman Funeral Home, Carroll, at 1:30 p.m.. were followed by services af 2 o'clock at Zion Lutheran Church. Arcadia. The Rev. Frank (Continued from Pag* rott and Sig Brekke; Tackles: Dan Hilsabeck and Roger Lacy; Guards: Dick Phillips and John Gregersen; Center: Steve Hilsabeck; Backs: Doug Dudgeon. Merlin Bald, Jim Jensen and Merrill Firebaugh. Statistics: Sass officiated. Pallbearers were E'd Teaguc, Bud Stcinkamp, Floyd Brandt. Leroy Niehatis, Vernon Noelck and Leo Schweerx Burial was in Arcadia Cemetery. Military rites wore in charge of C 10 194 9 183 26 209 Ufi 11 4 4 33 1 55 First Downs Yards Rushing Lost Rushing Net Rushing Yards Passing Total Yards Kicks Returned Passes Alt. Passes Comp. Passes Inter. Punts Punts, Avg. Fumbles Lost Penalties Scoring by Quarters: CARROLL 2 7 AUDUBON 0 12 Scoring; CARROLL — Safety, first quar ter; John Schaben, 47 yard punt return; Leonard Snyder, one yard plunge; extra points: Snyder and Jon Lane. AUDUBON — Merlin Bald two yard plunge; Bald, 75 yard punt retfcrn. Officials: Bob Torrence, Bob Nimrod and Avery Boose, all of Red Oak. Ehlers-Gerken Post. American Legion, of which Mr. Bruggeman was a member, having served 6 with the U.S. Coast Guard in 136[World War II. 44 "* WILLIAM CHRISTENSEN '" Mrs. E. M. Jacobs received word ™: Friday evening of the death of her '•™j brother-in-law, William Christen- l " j sen of Cedar Rapids. Mr. Christen*: sen, 93, died of a heart attack at Cedar Rapids. Funeral services will be Monday at St. Matthews Church in Cedar Rapids, with burial at Grand June- tion. Mrs. Christensen. who survives. 0 's an invalid, having suffered a stroke last June. • Nixon- (Continued from Page 1) could give him a boost next March toward the presidency. 19-Car Motorcade A 19-car motorcade took him on a roundabout 30-mile trip to the site of the flood control project at Hopkinton, described as the biggest ever built in the East. Nixon called his New Hamp shire visit "nonpolitical." Bui there were many who said it gives him an opportunity to assess his strength in the state which holdi the nation's first 1960 presldentia preference primary on March 8. Rockefeller Last Week Only last weekend New Yorl Gov. Nelson Rockefeller made similar "nonpolitical" visit tc New Hampshire. Rockefeller' stated object was to attend a Dartmouth College football game and meet fellow graduates o: Dartmouth. But there were "Rocky for president" signs when he stepped off his plane. And the New York Republican found time to visit Gov. Wesley Powell at the State House, dine with Sen. Styles Bridges and other GOP leaders and hold a news conference. Dodgers Favored to Whip Sox In Series Delaware was first settled by the; Dutch and later by Swedes and Finns. By ED WILKS Associated Press Sports Writer LOS ANGELES (AP)—The Los Angeles Dodgers, backed by the screen that looms in left at the Coliseum, now are favored to whip ihicago's White Sox in their run 'or the richest payoff yet as the World Series comes to the West oast for the first time in history. After coming from behind Friday for a 4-3 victory and a split of the first two games, played at hicago's Comiskey Park, the Dodgers are tagged at 11-10 to win ;he best-of-seven series. And they're favored at 6-5 Sunday in the first of three games at the Coliseum — already a sellout at 92,000-plus. That should push the winners' share of the loot a few thousand sast the record $11,147.90 collected the New York Giants in their 1954 sweep of Cleveland. There's $331,070 in the players' pool already after a two-game attendance total of 95,381 at Chicago. Sturdy Work Out With time off for traveling, both clubs worked out today at the 'oliseum, a make-shift ballyard once more after a quick conversion following Friday night's col- ege football game between Ohio State and Southern California. Most of the White Sox, including Manager Al Lopez, will be getting their first look at the Coliseum and the steel screen that rises 40 'eet and runs from the left field 'oul line to left-center. It's only 251 feet to the beleaguered barrier clown the line. The Coliseum gives you little in left, lots in center and ri^ht. "We'll have an advantage over :hem at home," said Dodger Manager Walt Alston. "You always have it over a club seeing our plpce for the first time." Alston picked right-hander Don Drysdale (17-13) to start Sunday's third game against the White Sox arid right-huiuiur Dick Donovan <y-10', Neither manager would go, further in outlining pitching plans j tor Ihe thre« game* h«r«. , Sox Change* Loom Lopez, whose go-go Sox were beaten by three Dodger home runs, two by Charlie Neal, and their own heavy-hoofed running Friday, said he might make some line-up changes, after "I get a good look at this place and think it over." With left field so short, he might shelve his usual platooning practice and go with right-handed hitters against Drysdale. That would leave roolcle Jim McAnany in right field and Bubba Phillips at third base in place of Jim Rivera and Billy Goodman. McAnany, playing his first Series game, was O-for-3 and Phillips was l-for-3, smacking a double, Friday against Dodger southpaw Johnny Podres, who gained his third Series victory in four tries. Ted Kluszewski, the Sox' left- handed power guy, would stay at first base, of course. He's provided their punch so far, driving in six runs in the two games. Kluszewski also got the Sox started on what looked like a winning rally in the eighth inning Friday until slowpoke Sherm Lollar was nailed trying to score from first on Al Smith's double. Stopped at Second Lollar, running on a 3-2 pitch that Smith sent to left center, stopped after rounding second, then couldn't get in gear again. "I didn't know whether the ball was going to be caught or not," said Lollar, who was out from here to there when shortstop Maury Wills relayed Wally Moon's throw to the plate. "I sent him in, but if I had it to do again, ,1 wouldn't," said third-base coach Tony Cuccinello. "I didn't know he had stopped. 1 was watching the ball. "When he rounded third I knew he wouldn't, make it. But it was too late to Call him back." Lopez shrugged It off as best he could. "We were as bad as tht Dodgers were in the first game," won 11-0 by th* Sox. , Older Workers Job Prejudice Hit By Gov. Loveless SIOUX CITY (AP)—Job prejudice against the nation's older workers was criticized by Gov. Herschel Loveless F r iday as 'tragic and illogical." Speaking before the International Assn. of Employment Security Personnel here, the governor said the nation must make fuller use of both its older and younger manpower to meet production demands of the future. "Time studies, attendance records and other job analyses do not support the theory that older employes are less valuable than younger workers in most types of employment," he said, adding: "Altogether too many firms have unreasonably restrictive age limits in employment applications." TWINS BAPTIZED Michael and Maria Carlson, infant son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Carison, were baptized Sept. 27 by the Very Rev. Msgr. Edward V. VoJlmer at St. Law- rench Church. Sponsors for Michael were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reilly. Sponsors for Maria were Barbara and Jimmy Carlson. After the aaptism a reception was held at the Carlson home for friends and relatives. TOP MARKET OMAHA — Sharing high honors on the Omaha market last week were Victor Tomka and Erma lass of Carroll. Their shipment of 23 heifers averaged 991 and sold "or $26.35; they also had 26 heifers averaging 919 and selling for $26.25. Dr. and Mrs. Earl English, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Flynn and John Stapel, all of Columbia, Mo., are iuests of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Vilson. The group will go to Ames oday to see the Missouri-Iowa itate University football game. Dr. English is the Dean of the School of Journalism of the University of Missouri. Tennessee, which was included p the English grant to Sir Walter taleigh in 1584, also was once laimed by North Carolina. Joseph E. Heller Carroll — AS* 61 Fritndt may call starting at 2:30 p. m. Saturday at Twit Funeral Chapel Rotary 8:00 p. m. Saturday Moose Legionnaire Memorial •erviee at 3:00 p. m. Sunday Roiary 8:00 p. m. Sunday led by Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Gretaman Loyal Order of Moose Mtmorial Services 8:30 p. m. Sunday Fire Dept. and Loyal Order of Moose Honor Guard lequiem Mass 9:00 a m. Monday •t $S. Peter and P«uj Church. Msgr. Greteman officiating Final Resting Pl^ct Mt. Olivet Csmatery

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