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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 -fl.50 CARD OF THANKS t;p to 25 words AU over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. tiny 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 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cents Cards of Thanks OAlll) OF THANKS Sincere thanks to the priests, sisters and staff of St. Anthony hospital. Father Ahmnnn, relatives, friends and neighbors fur their kindnesses rendered during our recent bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Vonnahmc and Stevie Mrs. Leona Vonnahme Mr. find Mrs. Herman Grote 3-235-1 lp CARD OF THANKS We wish to tluink the Tlev. Fathers Moorman, Lawrence Grote- nian, Anthofer, Sister Michelle. Sister Faith, Dr. Ferllr, the sisters find nurses of the hospital staff, our relatives and friends, for their prayers, flowers, • and kind expressions of sympathy during the recent loss our our beloved wife and mother. Mike Derger and family 3-235-lie CAUI) OF THANKS To all my friends, relatives and neighbors t wish to say "thank you" for tilt' prayers, beautiful flowers, cards and letters sent me d-ur- jnR my stay in Immanuel Hospital. Your thnughtfulncss was greatly appreciated. Mrs. Joseph L. Turner 3-235-lip Announcements Business Services 14 GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lect.ion, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards It's at _Stone Printing Co. j.4-125-t.fc SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. 14-233-12tp PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Jicasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc For Safe POKTABLE TYPEWRITER FOH; 55 J Tim** H«r«!d, Carroll, la. Tuesday, October 6, 1959 sale. Dial 3745. 5n-235-3tp DIAT, 4:m FOR THE BEST IN donning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. till gleaners. 14-231-tfc STAR "f*E R, GENERATOR, MAfT- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc rsf.n FRininAiitE, ArroMATrr. In good condition. Dial 312S, FOH SALE: NEW OAS FITRNACE. ]iiO,000 BTU. Space heater. GO.ooo BTU. Dial 3297. 55-22,S-tfc Room for Rent 60 Ed- Wed in Glidden to Louis Leonard FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM ! (Time* Hrrnlrf GLIDDEN — A home wedding LOOKING FOR A N home? Then you must see Cliff Hlerl, Broker, Phone 3Sf>4. Good ThmgsJo Eat 18 FAMILY STYLE DINNERS AUK our specially. All you can eat for SI. 35 pc'r plate, nine with us soon. Pauline's Cafe. 18-235-ltc 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, Io\va. 1!l-23()-lilp Male Help Wanted 21 HOI 'TE MAN, ESTAIILI8IIKD TER- rltoi-y, home nights, experience not necessary. Earn while vou learn, Contact Mr. (7111 !)lf) North Carroll St. Wednesday, October 7 ' with shower, down town one per-: was solemnized Saturday, Oct. 3, ^^^^ ^^J^j' 1 ' 3 o'clock when Elizabeth June ,, t e i ^ 0 ! Fis1lcr - Burbank, Calif., married nOUSeS for Sale 63! Louis Anthony Leonard, Los S^KIVKOOM i Ange'cs, Calif., at the home of her mother, Mrs. A. J. Fisher of Glidden. The Rev. Duane E. Henp. minister of the Glidden Presbyterian Church, performed the single ring ceremony before the fireplace in the presence of immediate family and close relatives. Mrs. Dean Fisher played the traditional wedding marches. The bride's gown was copper- (>3-23o-4tc 3 BEDROOM ONE BLOCK FROM ST. Lawrence carpeted living room, large birch kitchen, wardrobe closets, tile bath, full basement, attached garage. Assume present FHA loan and save. Priced right. Call Pmlenz Heal Estate. Dial 9342. B3-234 -2t.c BY OWNER. MODERN 3-llEDROOM home. All oak floors, full basement, stoker furnace. Can be seen by appointment. Write 3509 10th Ave. Council Bluffs, Iowa. _fi3-233-3tj) FOR SAJLE: 2 & 3 B.R, HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose i from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wilher Walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc Houses for Rent 64 WANTUD: SBHVICK STATION AT- tendnnt, full time. Write Box MC 21-234-2U: HUH KK FOR ESTAItLISHED HEER route, guaranteed wage 1 and commission. Contact Roger Otto, Lld- rlerdale. 21-23-1-,'Hc 2-BEDKOOM, DINING ROOM, GAS furnace, oak floors. .?<i(). Phono 4227. 64-234-3tc FREE...Gift to «ith«r molhnr or lalhur making inquiry on lovlngi they can moVit nn ALL TOYS. Gvaronlt»d to lav* paianli up to 20% OFF rtflulor ratal) ll toyi. ~~ TELEVISION TKOHIJLE? FOI quick, expert check up and promp service by skilled technicians cal {15.13. Satisfaction guaranteed Sporrer's TV. 6-234-Gt WINDY ACRES MODERN TRAILER PARK PERMANENT OR OVER NITE 2 Miles Enst of Carroll on Hwy. 30 Make reservation now for permanent space. Call 4007 8-231-6tp DIAL 3080 FOR FRESU CUT FLOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower and Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc NOTICE! To anyone interested in dancing. We are having a get-together at the Elks Club to form our fall dance classes on Wed, Oct. .7 8:30 p. m. LYLE DeBOLT Instructor Lost 6-235-21C -w« 7 BLACK T.LASSIOS WITH WHITE trim, lost downtown. Dial 3M6. Karlern llin/.f. 7-2IM-2tc Loans 12 Prompt local service, Community Loan Service, Carrol!. 12-209-ltc PERSONAL LOANS 17P TO $500— Loans and installment financing — Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-158-ltc Business Services 14 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 21-228-3tc Female Help Wanted 22 DISTRIBUTORS FOR CARROLL and surrounding towns for national Advertised cosmetics. Write Box P "',, Times Herald. 22-235-ltc WAITRESS WANTED: XO NIGHT work or Sundays. Main Ice Cream Parlor. 22-235-litc LADY TO WORK IN LAUNDRY full or part time work. Deluxe Cleaners. 22-234-2tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: C.OOD hours, excellent pay. Green Meadows Cafe. 22-234-Stc WANTED: LADY TO LEARN SEW- ing and alteration work. Apply in person. HH Cleaners. 22 »^V>^>^V^XN^^X'W-w*-*«-^"^>-^'w-v. Salesman Wanted ^ppiy 1-231- tfc 25 WANTED: SALESMAN FOR CAR- roll territory, home nights, salary plus commission. Paid vacation, group insurance, no experience necessary. Write PO Box 372, Carroll, Iowa. 25-232-81 c Hatcheries 32 rOULTKY KAISEHS: GUT ALL types of worms by using Dr. ial.sburys wormal capsules or Apartment for Rent 65 Al'T. DIAL ,Sa80. Bf».a3.'>-lli- TWO BEDROOM Al'T. M'STAIKS. Cliff Bierl, Broker. Phone 3S6-1. 65-235-3tc APT. DIAJL 9703. <)-,-22!)-tfc U-UKHUOOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nished or unfurnished. McNubb Building. DiaJ 36SO. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW Al'TS. DIAJ,, 310!). 65-132-tfc CLOSE IN. CITY 11EAT. CALL LEO Saul. 65-230-6lc Far 0 ms for Sale 67 FARM FOR SALE 190 acre Audubon County on gravel road, school bus and mail at door. Line fences woven wire ex cept 80 rods, 1100 rods tile 'working', all tillable. Soil conservation for several years, 3 wells gravity water supply, 9 outlets for water, 8-room house with bath 2-car tile garage, hen house fot 350, barn 48x50, new hog house cattle shed, 2 corn cribs, ample room for grain, machine shed Price $325.00 per acre, 25% wil suffice as down payment, gpoc terms on balance at 5%. THIS FARM WILL BE TAKEN OFF MARKET OCT. 15, 1959 IF INTERESTED CALL NOW Phone 279, Audubon, Iowa after (i:00 p. m. 235-3tp HIXNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE Wo have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write o come. Thomson Realty, Granit Falls, Minn. ' 67-214-tfi Sal.sburys wormal capsules wormal granuals for use in feed. Also Wn'ulnc in the water for round worms, for sale fit Kruse Hatchery west on Hwy. :.<(), Car- > — roll, Iowa. ' 32-233-lH.c CLOSE Ol'T ON t[)!>!) MODELS. BIC Used Cars & Trucks 7" Farm Machinery 33 1MCKEK SPECIALS: NEW OTJVEK No. 73 two row pull picker §1,750. Oliver No. 2 two row pull picker,!,.. ,,,..,,, rear elevator all rebuilt, with new •'•' * "i',\. ~ snapping rolls. $450.00. IllC 2 MK Mounted picker, H & M mountings §550.00. Glidden Farm Equipment, Glidden, Iowa. 33-235-2tc Discount on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the GO models. Re member all Plymouths have tor slon air ride as st<1. equipment Biggest savings of the year. Slop In today. Wlllrocks. 71-234-tfc 3-DOOR. (I CYLIN- der, Standard transmission, 'radio and heater. Complettely reconditioned in our shop. McCoy Motors 71-233-3tc 8 USED 22fi PICKERS; 5 USED NEW i Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; '2 used JHC 24 pickers; 1 used A ill? Chalmers mtd. plcKer with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc Auto Service 75 .ivestock for Sale 41 "OR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP- shire boars. Leplo nnd Bangs tested, cholera vaccinated. BlR individuals. Kenneth Peters. Arcadia Iowa. 41-223-lte GLASS RKI'LACKMICNT SIORVIOK . . . Window Klass cut In fit. Joe's Paint Center. 14-245-Hc ALL 1MAKES OF TV AND RADIO repaired, inci. car radios. Guaranteed wovk by trained exports. Latest test equipment. Coast-lo- Coast Store. Dial 03(i3. M-lOl-ltc CUSTOM DRYING PORTABLE BEHLEM 500-BU. DRYER Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and Va Mile North of Roselle Phone Halbur 22G2 234-(itp AV1IKN IT COMICS TO TV Oil U.V- illo service, I'liiiu.' to us! Our business is ki.'1'plnn your set in uootl repair. (juarnnleiiU service on nil niakus unit models. Coast to Coast Store, M-ZM-litu Odds 'n' Ends Bring Quick Cash When you need ready cash, try selling unusual articles through a Classified Ad. You'll be amazed at the fast action. You'll be pleased at the low cost! . DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald 'OH S.U.K: 1 HOLSTKIX HKIKKKS to freshen soon, ealfhood vaccinated. Leo Dueges. 41-iJiM-3lp DITltOU UOAICS, VAC, FOH CHOI,era, Hangs and Lento. At Farm 3V> north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and _Son. 41-220-tfc IlAJtir.SIilI{! ! ; UOABS. Wni. P. Lesle, Auburn. •n-220-tfc F«U SALIC: 70 PUUKBUED DUUOO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wavne Hanninger, 3 west, 3?i north, Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDHACK MOAltS.. 1SDWAHO 1'. Brlucks, Carroll. miles east, 4 soutli of 41-210-tfc FOR SALIC: PUB15HHKD D1JIIOC Boars. Walter Platt. Gliddon. 4:i-a)i)-tfc FOH SALIC: rUHHIHClCO HAMI'- shlre boars. Vaccinated for Cholera, ery., and lento. Win. H. Mulinke 8 south of Wostside. \\'K SUUGEST—HAVE VOUR CAU- bureU.r adjusted for winter driving now! See (jlenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-Uc FOB G E N E n A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUR OLD RELIABLE UU1CK- Pontiac dealer before you Duy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '!i9 FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS J< - Oll SALE: 50 HEAD OK I'l'UE- bred Spoiled Poland spring weight up to 300 His. also three j ™ n ». ?•''"-'• , J , nlllcs North and •(• fall boars. Charles NUisen, 2',;, of LuWerdale or 7 miles Non miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. * | n 1<!S . K " st from Carroll. CJro Building Supplies^ 47 IU'II.IM\<. SI I'I'MICS; 3x4's— 8-KT. . . 7 hag. arroll, . cMra hi-.-ivy T-1lint;i's 3i!c pair; Ixli Sheet ini; <!<• lin. ft.; I'lnc Hoards He sq. ft.; Horkwool Insulation ,$1.07 ha Kanne Lumber & Supply. C Sale Date Claimed Oct. 9 — Harold Berns closing out farm saie. 4 miles north and !•< east of Glidden or 31/2 miles straight enst of Lklderclale. Byerly £ Goins, Aucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24--William Dorpinghaus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and V;i mile west. Wleland and Tigges, Aucts. November 2S - Joseph L. Turner, complete' closing out sale, I'/a miles Kast of Oedham. Wleland, Irlbeek & Ti.ugcs, Aucts. Nov 30 Mrs. JOB Drees closing out farm side. 3. miles North and % West North and -— Grote and VVieiand, Aucts. Dec. 1 - Win. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hivy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, >,is milo east and Vi mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2',i east and >.ii milo south of Willey. byerly and Irlhcck, Aucts. luted organza over taffeta, with circular skirt and full three-quarter-length sleeves. Her slippers matched her gown. She wore a white and yellow orchid corsage. Her attendants, Mrs. Robert Fisher and Mrs. Lowell Fisher, had' carnation corsages centered with tiny rosebuds. The bridegroom was attended by Wayne Fisher as best man and Lowell Fisher, groomsman. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard left for Omaha where they left by plane for Burbank to make their home. Mrs. Leonard, a native of Glidden, attended the Glidden Public Schools and graduated from Frances Shimer College, Mt. Carroll, 111. She is a private secretary at the Morris Casting Agency, Beverly Hills, for the motion picture industry. She is the only daughter of Mrs. Fisher and the late Austin Fisher. Mr. Leonard is engaged in landscaping work in California, a member of the Landscaper's Association of California. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fisher and sons, Dick and Scott, Milwaukee, Wis.: LI. Col. and Mrs. Lowell Fisher and children, Bruce, Linda and James Austin, Bellevue, Neb.; and Wayne Fisher, Washington, D. C. All left Sunday to return to their homes. *• * * Mr. and Mrs. Dean Fisher entertained the bridal party and family at dinner Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rust entertained at a luncheon for the bridal group and family. FARM FAIR IN INDIA . . . Striking display above is a model of the U.S. exhibition which will be built in New Delhi, India, for the first World Agriculture Fair to be held Dec. 11, 195B. to Feb. 14, 1,%0. Designed by Minoru Yamasaki, tlit« exhibit will cover five acres. Its four main buildings will be surrounded by 32 huge concrete golden domes and by lakes, fountains and /lowers. Emphasis of the entire show Is on the importance of the American family and of free enterprise in our agriculture. U.S. Deportment of Agriculture nnd Atomic Energy Commission will supervise the exhibition, with large contributions from private Industry. Russia and Red China will also have exhibits. i Nurses to Send Delegates to Parley Plans to -fnd (]<-\c<!;i\i>^ \<> n re- s,'ionnl conf^rf-mf of '';i!holir Nurses in Kansas f.'ity. Mo , O-fo!»T 9, 10. ,-md 11 wffre mado at tho monthly rnortiiK' of thr- ("nrroll Council of f';itholic Nur--<"-- Monday nieht at St. Anthony Hospital. The rm.'<!tint! folloxvf-rl a holy half hour in tho hospital rhapH conducted by the ffov. fvhvaid Moorman, f'.PP.S., chaplain. Mrs. Floyd Wnr- nimonf, prpsirifnf. r.'onrlwipd f,h/j business meeting. Fr. Moorman led discussion of a chapter on "Basic Notions and Principles" from the book "Medif-o-Moral Problems" hy the Rev. Gerald Kelly. S.J., which is bring u^rl by Catholic Nurses a.s a text, for this year's meetings. Coffee and dessert v,-nra served by Virginia Krai and Mrs. Webb Dai- ton. Plans were marlr. for a guest meeting, November fl. No Indictment in School Board Case CFINTERVILLK 'AP)-A grand jury says no indictment will be returned in connection with a conflict of interest charge against the Centervilli; School RoarVl. A petition filorl with the attorney general alleged that Harold Mann, president and stockholder of the towa Natural Gas Co., and a school hoard member, was violating laws by selling to the school board. The petition also alleged that Percy Norris, bus company manager, violated the law in selling buses to the school district. The jury said Monday no further investigation would be necessary. Election- (Continued from Page I) Halloween Style, Young Adults Class Has October Meeting The Young Adults class of the Methodist Church held their October meeting in Fellowship Hall of the church Monday evening in the form of a Halloween masquerade. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hackett, dressed as an Indian brave and squaw, were chosen by the group as the most cleverly dressed couple. Steve Huffman led the evening's devotional service on the topic, "What Do You Have to Share?" closing with prayer. Dale Ferguson, president, conducted the business meeting in which various projects for the year were discussed. Entertainment was arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Hanneman. Dessert and coffee were served at the close of the evening by Mr. and Mrs, Gordon Hempings and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Walkup. Table appointments were in a Halloween theme. The next meeting will be Nov. 2. 3rownie Scouts Tour Pepsi Plant Twelve members of Brown i e Scout Troop No. 70 toured the 'epsi-Cola plant Monday after- 10011. They were accompanied by heir leader, Mrs. Orville Baker; hree mothers who furnished trans- 'ortation, Mrs. E. R. Jenning, Brea, Mrs. Louis Broich and Mrs. larry Blitler; and four other lit- e girls. Each was given a bottle f Pepsi-Cola at the beginning of ic tour, during which the process f bottling was explained to them. The Brownies held their regular iceting at the Baker home after- vard. They meet there regularly after school each Tuesday. Officers of the troop are Joyce Henning, Breda, president; Vicki Grundmeier, vice president; Paula Baker, eludes Ken Robinson, mayor, anc Earl Carrick, Carroll Stone, Rob ert Rose, Raymond Ochcltree anc Dr. Don R. Hickey on the coun cil. Mr. Ocheltree did not file bu his place on the ticket was taken by Wayne Halterman. The opposition slate at Bayard with the filing deadline at 5 p.m Tuesday, was expected to includ I. D. Patrick, for mayor, and Walter Hawk, Everett Cornish Lester Peckumn, B: D. Laughcry and Ray Lewis for council seats Audubon Audubon's election will feature a two man battle for the post ol mayor, which is being vacated by Fred Haebcrle. Nomination papers for mayor have been filed by Joe Sklenar and Johannes P. Brtiun. A five way fight for the Councilman-at-large post was indicated with filing of papers for Leonard Maf"sen, incumbent, Joe A. Madsen, Emmert Petersen, G. Stanley Jones and W. Otis Gregersen. A two man fight also looms in Ward Two in Audubon with Emmert Christensen and Marvin Schmidt contesting for the office. Nomination papers were filed at Audubon for Dick Jensen, first ward councilman, and for J. C. Abildtrup, treasurer. Wall Lake Wall Lake expects to have a contest for mayor. The incumbent is C. W. Erne and nomination papers also were circulated for Lawren Stoelk. Deadline for filing at Wall Lake is Tuesday night, but no opposition was anticipated for M. G. Mackey, treasurer, or for L. K. Finley, Ralph Dean, J. W. Herrig, Frank Tiefenthaler and Hugo Rohde for council. Lake View One contest for a' council seat was expected in Lake View. 0. B. Jensen, incumbent, did not file for reelection, but papers were filed for C. C. Raine for that post. Nomination papers were circulated there for Farrell Tjaden for council. Buenneke is the urer. Both were ex reelection. Dedham The situation in Dedham was expected to result in vacancies for two council seats unless last minute papers came in late Tuesday. Incumbent councilmen Frankl i n Pictig and Louis Buellel said they did not plan to run again. No papers were taken out for anybody else, Mrs. John Werner, Jr., city clerk, said. Incumbent councilmen expected to run at Dedham include Harold Rice, Leonard Tigges, and Delbert Von Bon. Also expected to run were Edward T. Soppe, incumbent mayor, and Elizabeth Rice, incumbent treasurer. Ralston The incumbent mayor at Ralston, Shirl Douglas, said he would not run again, and the incumbent treasurer, Darlene Dickinson indicated she might not run. No papers were filed for either office at noon Tuesday. Incumbent councilmen at Ralston, who did not give any indication of their intentions, include Karl Nolin, Cliff Dickinson, Lloyd Bedford, George Gregory and Romayne Blackley. S 45th Anniversary of Frank Dentlingers Is Celebrated Sunday (Time* Ilernld N*iv* Kervlen) HALBUR — In honor of their 45th wedding anniversary which is Tuesday Oct. 6. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dentlinger entertained their children and grandchildren at a dinner Sunday in the St. Augustine's parish hall. All of their children were present for the occasion. Dinner guests included: The Rev. L. J. Greteman, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dentlinger and family, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ferneding and family, Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. John Dentlinger and family, Glidden: Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Dentlinger and family, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. George Siepker and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Dentlinger and family, Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. Dentlinger and family, Coon Rapids. Rocket- (Continued from Page 1) Incumbent councilmen at Lake View who will run again are A; C. Baird, L. D. Bruner, Bill Griffin and K. C. Irwin. E. E. Scott, incumbent treasurer, did not file, but papers for that office were taken out for E. P. Kettering. Deadline for filing in Lake View is Tuesday night and no opposition was expected to develop for Robert J. Deur, mayor, or Vincent O'Brien, park commissioner. Coon Rapids Deadline for filing in Coon Rapids Manning The incubent»slate at Manning, where a contest may or may not develop following the mid-October caucus, includes: Leo Bruck, mayor; Harry Rix, treasurer; and Eddie Fischer, Henry Grelck, Willis uck, Herman Frahm and Eugene Zerwas on the council. Area towns where no contests vere expected to develop includeTEMPLETON: L. J. Greteman, nayor; Irwin Kuhl, treasurer; and Henry Lechtenberg, George Dozler, Lawrence Ocken, C. F. Bock and Felix Greteman on the ouncil. LAKE CITY: D.»R. Van Horn, mayor; Delbert Anderson, treasur- r; and Albert Redenius, Alfred ohnston, Floyd Wellington, Charles Ford, Guy Moulds and Harold Johnson, councilmen. WILLEY: John Wendl, mayor; Lawrence Wurzer, treasurer; and Ben Grossman, George Schreck, John Kraus, L. P. Broich and Paul Quandt, councilmen. BREDA: Leo A. Heisterkamp, mayor; Aaron R. Bohnenk amp, treasurer; Edgar C. Polking, park commissioner; and Duane Boeckman, T. A. Dermody, Arthur H. Ricke, Wayne J. Schelle and Gilbert Toyne, councilmen. LANESBORO: Merle Jen k i n s, mayor; Lcona Berns, treasurer; and Merle Dial, J. E. Howe, Carl Jenkins, Albert Mount and Emil Sherer, councilmen. The dinner was prepared by Mrs. Rose Wittrock, assisted by Laura Wittrock, Mrs. Norbert Rone, Mrs. Walter Wittrock, Mrs. Victor Wittrock, Mrs. Roman Wittrock, Mrs. Vincent Halbur and Mrs. Ed Venner, nieces of the couple. The anniversary cake was baked and decorated by Mrs. Clarence Fischer, niece of the couple. Brother and sisters and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Dentlinger, were entertained in the parish hall in the afternoon. Cards and visiting and taking pictures was the afternoon's entertainment. Lunch was served later. Mr. and Mrs. Dentlinger were presented with a purse from the group. station will correlate the information, making most of it public. Scientists believe the electronic signals will produce pictures of crater scars similar to those on the side of the moon exposed to earth. Interest In Return Glide They are just as interested, if not more so, in what information the satellite will accumulate on its scheduled return glide into a vast, cigar-shaped orbit around the earth. Soviet observatory teams are set up to track the 614-pound laboratory on its trip back. A Soviet scientist, Prof. I. A. Khvostikov, said the space vehicle reported on radiation and magnetic fields on its way up to the moon. It is expected to do the same on the way back, providing a check on whether radiation and magnetic intensities are constant or fluctuating. The satellite reached an initial velocity of 6.83 miles a second after its launching Sunday. Later in its 238,857-mile trip the speed' dropped to 1.24 miles a second. Tass explained that this speed— slower than the first two Soviet moonshots last month — was necessary to prevent the satellite from escaping the gravitational pull of the moon, which must send it curving back toward earth. Otherwise, Tass said, it would fly off into orbit around the sun — the fate of the January moon shot. Soviet scientists emphasized that the most interesting achievements of the moon probe were that an automatic space observatory had been built and was operating in space and that it was sending radio signals to the earth. Steel- (Continued from Page 1) ARCADIA: Neil Reiman, mayor; had been returned to Phyllis Ac- Mr, and^ Mrs. ^Lawrence Reit'f cola, city clerk, who did not divulge the names of the possible opposi- entertained at dinner in their home Sunday honoring t h eir daughter, Marilyn, who took her first communion that morning at N10KW KAlt COKN STOHAGE? ISflO bu. 8' x 20' wood crib only 75.52 semi-annimlly for materials. Green Hay Lumber Company. Phone Dec. 14 - Dwight Reever, Closing SS. Peter and Paul Church in mile., D w'e /s t Saa nd w "mile North' of (Carroll. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glidden, or 4 miles Kast and V4 mile | Paul Danner and family and Mr. dMsX 0 AMt"° y ' BoHl1 Byerly * An '! «»d Mrs- Nick Beyer, Carroll, Dee.' 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out i ani ' Francos and Leo Reiff, Breda. lion candidates. Incumbents at Coon Rapids in- C. C. Bowman, mayor, and Jentzeii and Ed llenning, councilmen. VAIL: John Kock, Jr., mayor; James J. Allender, treasurer; and Clarence Malloy, Thomas O'Con! null, LeKoy McCaffery, Allen North •— v V i ••> v w t-juimvi.) v^juatiij-j will Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Household Goods ,., 30, 1 mile south, t tnlle east and a /» south. Byerly & Irlbeek, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wiederln, Closing Out Sale, VA miles west of Mt. Carmel. 1 ; or 2 miles east, 2 south, Vi east of (i.i;.\.\ voru CAUI-KTS \\ ITU ' Ilreda - Grote & Byerly ' Aucts - Hlue Lustre. Leaves bright colors and fluffy texture. Matt. Furniture r _i:_u. 5l_-2_35-lto ! THICK 1C ('IIKSTS OF 1WAWKICS, i $ 17.00, si'J.OO and $24.95. Matt Ku I'D it ure Co. 51-231-2le Extension Council Plans for Election chide C C Bowman rmvnr -\nd\ mauujr, iuumaa u con- Si 1^ iftn, L ^^ *$*»> ^^ „, 1IALB "' Pee1 * Iolthoff - Dixon on the council. Dixon an- i " l''OU SAI.K: Sl Phone 90.") J. uic IIAVK A GOOD refrigerators, ranges II1CATKK, Legal Notices Incomplete slates at noon Tuesday found Auburn without a candidate for mayor or three,council Nomination committees for the; seals. Leland Hanks, incumbent annual election meetings were se- '• mayor, declined to run, Councilmen lected at the Extension Council D. C. Osburn, William Cave and D. orhaus, Alonzo Neppl, Lawrence ScheflkelbKrfi ' N'OTU'K OF AITOl.VmiiX'f 01'' KXKCUTOICS OBSERVES 83IID lilKTHDAY UDDEUDALK - The 83rd birthday of Mrs. Mary Schulte electrical appliances, now. iieires _51-233-21 p ; STATK OF IOWA, ;CTIUN OF L 'NOTIC[: i ( s°HKitKhy^avKN uia'i Bi'own, extension director, .said this and used " ' • ' • ' Electric. 51-107-tfc GIANT 15 OU. FT. < home freezer . . . $ $5.00 down. Gambles. ^^X%^\^>^SX>^XX%^>^\^S^S^>«^^ Wanted to Buy \VA.\Ti:i) Tit HIV: Al'T. HOI SK, income property or small business with living J ','o Times the undersigned has been duly ap- j morning pointed and qualified HH executors of the estate of H. B. I.emker deceased, late of Carroll County. All meeting Monday night in the Farm'j. lleim indicated they did not in- Bureau building. The schedule for tend to sock office. The only candi- thcse township meetings and the dates in Auburn who did file were names of committees will be an- Leonard Pfannkuch and Lornie noimced later this week, W. H. Bachmaii, incumbent councilinen. •S'craulon was observed Friday afternoon and evening. Visitors in the after- were Mrs. Henry Koth, Car- Ray Gorham and two and Mrs. Gene Schaefer j and two children, Carroll, and morning. | Scrantoii had an incomplete slate; 1 I'M' i r •**' j «n. When the new council has been 1 at midday Tuesday'but expected fiv .?,'„. *?,. ^.f M""'" r^ elected, Hobart Pruitt of Jasper; the vacancies to be filled by night- '• l"'" y fMl -.. dlld * Ir . i - . Vll 'f l1 tf.urnuhin n.iii C.,,,MI« -:^ (,,,,-,,„,,..,,.,, ! r,.n fi>i : __i..._i _ ., ii»oyei anu lamiiy called in the headed by R. Conrad Cooper of U.S. Steel, has complete authority to reach an agreement. When President Eisenhower got the negotiators together after an earlier break up in New York he gave them until Thursday to show signs of progress. The alternative, the President implied, would be Taft-Hartley action. That could mean a federal court injunction to send the workers back to the mills for an 80- day cooling-off period. Reject Offer The fruitless efforts of days of bargaining became evident when the wage policy committee formally rejected the latest company offer Monday morning. The committee called the offer completely unsatisfactory. The break up came several hours later, after a night negotiating meeting which lasted less than five minutes. Each side issued biting statements about the other. One thing was evident from the barrage of news releases. The union and industry still are poles apart on their ideas about what .should be included in a strike-ending agreement. The industry said its proposal would mean a 15-cent hourly pack- fge increase for each worker during the life of a two-year agreement. The union figured the worth ot the offer at 10.2 cents an hour for two years. Either way, the proposal was contingent on a union agreement to changes in contract language that would give management greater control over working conditions in the mills. FANCY MEETING YOU SAN DIEGO, Calif. <AP) —Mrs. Carlos Palmer looked over the fence into the adjoining backyard and there stood Nell Frances, who lives right around the corner from her in Janesville, Wis. Neither had ever mentioned to the other that she knew anyone in San Diego, or was coming here to visit — Mrs. Palmer with retired Navy Cmdr. and Mrs. Albert Fern, and her Wisconsin neighbor with Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Cook. .with flexibility °"lyj requested to make> immediate pay- lowniilll P will serve as temporary, fall. Three incumbent councilmen, 1 , Y K • , ^5° ; >"ent; and those having claims ; chairman at the January meeting, H. 0. Seskor, Roger McCullough' ^f c ', 1 ." 1 ^', H" w f^ ^ 51* <iuij'" S autncn 8 | l ic"ited, lo'^fu" umier- an( * M I>S - Clair Snycler will be tern- and Donald Kason announced their ; \t fs Hj,.^ ( f|m''iM b ca e sigiu'd for allowance, and file in the porary secretary. They were chosen intention of not runnm- James i* ' _. _ LSI;:. Court. District at U)e Monday nighl , nwl i,, gi JucM-etis tiled for one ol UK; roun- ATTKM) HKTKKAT~ in- by WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOU YOUU DON'T WANTS AdTie L Lemk 1 er Duffy. Executors ! M. R. Tan Cretl, Attorney ! Dated October S, U)f><) j Alfred J. Klocke Cli-rk District I'oui I ' Uct H, J3, -Ml, I95!> reports by extension staff inein- hcrs. SK1J BIKTHDAV PAKTV A birthday party was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Hart and family called in thejat Gilmore City in honor of the third birthday of their son Mark. Ten of his friends were entertained. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Berns. and Clara Peter also attended the party. Games were played and lunch was served at a table decorated with balloons ,. . .. . . ,. centered with a decorated birthday Hanson i.s the incumbent lliiusc in bwux fity o\ur the past cake. Mark wccivwd birthday unuyur at hnvnton and Kdward i weekend. ' uiit< ' August Boeckmau oi Kniest town-: cil seats. Incumbent uouucilmen | Mrs. Lucina Shepherd and Mrs ship presided at the meeting, which ! who did not 1 file were Dwight Bair' George J. Hess attended a retreat covered routine business, including umd Donald Hicks. j lor Catholic nurses at Retreat SOLVES ANY SHELTER PROBLEM On the farm or in industry, a Pruden Steel Framed Building does the job better . . . lasts years longer. Flexible design provides a variety of floor arrangements. See us soon for your shelter needs. LOW IN COST HIGH IN VALUE JOYCE Lumber Co. "Your Store o* S»rvlc«'< ' Ciiroll—Dodham—Tsmpleton

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