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Personal Paragraphs Ernie Dovrnton, atchp\van, Canada, day afternoon for a in thr home of Mr. ane Shriver. HP is cousin. Wednesday made a business Island. Kan., expect to Carroll Friday. Roplna, Sask- arrived Mon- l\vo-\veek visit and Mrs. Du- Mrs. Shriver's Mr. Downton trip to Long ing io return CD of A Rnmmaffe sale. Friday and Saturday. Oct. 9 and 10. Open at 10 a.m.. Arts Bldg. Pick-ups, call 3151. 3733. adv. Mrs. Waynr Osten and her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Barnes, Denver, spent Wednesday visiting in the homes of Mrs. Al A. Osten and Mrs. B. W. Fisk. They returned to Bayard where they had been called by the sudden death Monday night of Mrs. Wayne Osten's father. Will Russell. Funeral services will be Friday at Bayard. ^^ Showing Now thru Saturday . . . Open 6:15 P. M. 9 STARS! 1001 THRILLS! THE BIG Tuesday overnight ffuesl* «' Mr. and Mrs. Holger Andreasen were Mrs. Andreasen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Fett, Adair, and her brother. Walter Fett, of Los Angeles. Calif. Walter Fett is visiting his parents at Adair. Rummage sale Ltathefan Church basement, 9 a.m. Fri., Oct. 9. Adv. The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Smldt, Btirt, came Wednesday and are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Abel Schlorholtz until Thursday af- ! trrnoon. The Rev. Mr. Smidt is attending the two-day meeting of Presbyterian ministers in session at the Presbyterian Church. Rummage sale Lutheran Church basement, 9 a.m. Frl., Oct. 9. Adv. Mrs, Ruth Pasley, Mrs, Louis D. Blondel. Mrs. R. M. Cole and Cleo Lillie, Caldwell, Idaho, visited Fannie Blondel Wednesday en route from Atlantic to Idaho. Mrs. Cole is an aunt of Robert Smylie, governor of Idaho. , CINEMASCOPE* * TECHNICOLOR* ' : ' - 1 xai? *- i An ALUEO ABTISTB Ptefctr* CURTJURGENS AND MAYBR1TT «ith THEODORE 8IKEL Directed by EDWARD DMYTRYK Scrttnpliyby NIGEL BALCHIN ClNBMAScOPfi COLOR by DELUXE Continuous Show Sunday from 1;15 P. M. No Children Please! Strictly an Adult Picture . . . Mrs. Knoblauch Is Sorority Hostess Rushees were guests at an open meeting of Epsilon Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, at Mrs. Charles E. Knoblauch's home Tuesday evening. They included Mrs. Philip Bush, Mrs. Tom Lambert, Mrs. Cliff Peters and Mrs. Wayne Witt. There will be a tea for new members at Mrs. Glenn Lockhart's home Oct. 17. The first part of the program was given by Mrs. Lawrence Wegman, who gave a talk on the history and traditions of Beta Sigma Phi. Mrs. Gordon Scott was in charge of the second part. She read an article, "Juvenile Delinquency, An International Problem." A general discussion on the causes and cures of juvenile delinquency followed. Mrs. Knoblauch, assisted by the membership committee, Mrs. Roger Campbell and Mrs. Scott, served lunch at the close of the evening. Mrs. Campbell will be hostess at the next meeting, Oct. 20. New Deal Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Wittry Mrs. Joseph N. Wittry entertained New Deal Club members at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. James McGrane was a guest. She was given a gift by her hostess. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Louis Hannasch; second high to Mrs. McGrane; traveling, Mrs. Clarence Loneman. The draw prize was won by Mrs. Matt Hugeback. Dessert and coffee were served after the games. Mrs. Melvin Pietig will be the next hostess Tuesday afternoon, Oct. 20. TO ART CONVENTION Mrs. Bethane Fister, art instructor at Carroll Public Schools, will attend the annual convention of Art Educators of Iowa at Cedar Rapids Friday and Saturday. Dr. Ralph Beelke, executive secretary of National Art Educators will be the principal speaker. Workshops will be held in ceramics, jewelry making and print making and specimens of work in various art fields will be on exhibition. ROUGHAGE TULSA, Okla. (AP) — In a newspaper's classified ad section was this listing under the column headed "Good Things to Eat": "Delta 10-inch table saw." Carroll Bakery "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE" SPECIALS! Fri. and Sat RUM FLAVORED MINCE MEAT PIE Tender flaky 8 in. crust, filled with mouth-watering, fresh rum mince meat — then baked to a delicious, taste • tempting golden brown, will serve 6 generous portions. Ice Bon Cookies d «. 33c Fresh, crisp cookies, made with maraschino cherries and walnuts, Date Filled Alligator Coffee Cakes Mch 53c Rich, Danish coffee cake, filled with pure date jam and frosted with the very smoothest vanilla cream frosting. Dinner ROllS White Mountain doi. Rich, sweet dinner rolls, topped with corn flour. Wrapped in cellophane, ideal to store in your deep freeze. Large Loaf Honey Wheat Bread loaf 22c Delicious, fine textured, whole kernel, wheat bread, sweet- <iu-d with honey and baked to that "Oh-so-good" perfection. CD. of A. Make Plans for Fall Show Approximately 150 members attended the October meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima, Catholic Daughters of America in the K of C Hall Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lawrence Lampe, grand regent, conducted the business meeting. The court paid the D.C.C.W. affiliation. Further plans for the court's Fall and Fur Fashion Show were announced. Entertainment during the show will be furnished by Daniel Martin, Templeton; Mrs. Don Tigges, vice regent; and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic who will also serve as accompanist. Cownie Furs will exhibit a $5,000 mink coat as one highlight of the program. Tickets may be purchased at the door as well as from court members. Application blanks for new members may be obtained from Mrs. Lampe; and those having outstanding application blanks are asked to return them by the next meeting. Also announced was the rummage sale being held Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Don Nag! gave a talk on the rosary, its spiritual and physical elements, its importance and recommendation through the centuries, and the need to make it a living practice. Entertainment followed the business meeting. Two games were played, one with hats called "Easy As Pie," and the other a game of points. Prizes, homemade pies, were won by Mrs. Richard Pudenz, Mrs. Frank Zitzlsperger, Mrs. Leo Hulsing, Mrs. Leo Augustine, Mrs. Al Bruch, Mrs. John Boyce, Mrs. Ray Gross, Mrs. Francis Wittrock and Mrs. Alphonse Schweers. Mrs. Ed Lenz won the door prize. Coffee and pie were served by co-chairmen Mrs. Elmer Wille and Mrs. Lyle Thelen and their committee. The lace-covered table was centered with a horn of plenty, from which fell an arrangement of gourds and Indian corn, flanked by chartreuse tapers. Mrs. Walter Tigges and Mrs. Ralph Balk were seated at the coffee services. The next meeting will be in K of C Hall Nov. 4. 'Smokey' Visits Dedham Schools (limes Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Smokey the Bear paid a visit to the Dedham Public and the St. Joseph's School Monday afternoon, shaking hands with the youngsters and giving them good advice concerning fire prevention. He was assisted by Fire Chief C. J. Rothmeyer and Norbert Kitt. Pamphlets were also distributed for the children to carry the fire prevention message to their homes. Mrs. Nelly Toovey left for Audubon, to make her home during the winter months at the Friendship Home. She was taken there by Bess Emery and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theulen. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Irlbeck spent the weekend at Stacyville visiting relatives. j Mrs. John Stangl attended the wedding and reception held at the parish hall at Our Lady of Mt. j Carmel Church Saturday morning, at which her grandson, Jack Stangl of Coon Rapids and Margaret Becker were honored, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Seidl were honored at two more anniversary parties in observance of their 10th wedding anniversary, when their neighbors and relatives gathered at their home. After an evening of cards, lunch, brought by the guests was served. They also presented the Seidls with a purse. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meiners, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Schwaller, and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Nor bert Sturm, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tunning, and Ricky, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tunning and former neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning, Dedham, and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling, Westside. Sunday afternoon relatives of Mr. Seidl arrived, bringing lunch. They presented the honored couple with a gift. This group included Mr. and Mrs. John B. Seidl, Mrs. Ann Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rothmeyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Jiaubrich, and family, all ^f Dedham, and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Greving and family, Willey. Tlmtt Htrtid, Carron, la. Thunday, Oct. 8, 1959 TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boes, Breda, announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Verna to Rollin Tfefenthaler, Carroll. The ceremony will take place at 9 a.m. Nov. 7 at St. Bernard's Church, Breda. Miss Boes is a 1959 graduate of St. Anthony's School of Professional Nursing. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs Blue ribbon record book winners were announced at a meeting of the Maple River Top Notchers 4-H Club Wednesday night at the home of Jeanine and Linda Madigan. Those cited for blue ribbon books were Diane Drees, Nancy Daeges, Barbara Wieland, Barbara Brown, Linda Madigan, and Jeanine Madigan. Pins were presented by Mrs. Leonard Madigan, club leader, to Diane Drees and Jeanine Madigan for their blue ribbon demonstration at the Clay County Fair in Spencer. The two girls then gave a report of their trip to the fair. New officers were installed by Mrs. Madigan. They are Diane Drees, president; Linda Madigan, vice president; Jeanine Madigan, secretary; Nancy Daeges, historian; and Mary Clare Collison, reporter. Each was presented with a corsage from the club. Joining the club as new members were Nancy Heinrich, Marie Korwes, Kathleen Korwes, Karen Sease, Beverly Kraus, and Sharon Irlbeck. Diane Drees called the meeting to order. Roll call was answered by 20 members with "My Favorite Color". Plans were made for a Halloween party. The next regular meeting will be at Barbara Wieland's at 7:30 p.m. November 10. The regular meeting of the Halbur Community 4-H Club was held at the Ruvilla Rowedder home Sept. 30. The meeting was called to order by David Rowedder at 8 p.m. Roll call was answered by naming any noxious weed. At this meeting we were handed back our record books which had been checked at the extension office. During the meeting it was mentioned that we may hold our meetings at the gym of the St. Augustine School in Halbur following the next meeting. Also we decided which Christmas cards we would send for to sell and put the profits in our club treasury. Bob Millender was present at the meeting and told us of the two new projects for the coming year. They were the study of photography and of climatology. Each boy is welcome to have these projects plus livestock. After the meeting, Bob Millender told of how to control cattle grubs and showed us some slides on this. He also showed us some pressed weeds that we could identify. Our guest for this evening was Bob Rosberg, manager of the Farmers Co-op Elevator of Halbur. 'After the meeting and discussion, we had entertainment and following this, lunch was served. —Dale Rowedder. A school board in the South voted for more soap in the washrooms. And the kids get it in the neck. Here's Just One of Many Really Popular New Pumps at Duffy's With Smart Matching Hand Bag Soft and lovely, that's what the ladies say about this stylish new suede pump with gathered vamp at Duffy's. It's from the famous Accent factories, and is comfortable as a pair of slippers to wear. In Arietta Green suede or Delti Blue sued*, the pumps are $12.95 and the matching suede bag is $11.95. They are at Duffy's Bootery in Carroll located on "Adams Street, halfway between Woolworth's and Penney's. Adv. O.N.O. Club Entertained by Mrs. Wunschel Members of the O.N.O. Club, and one guest, Mrs. Nugent Adams, were entertained at a dessert-bridge Wednesday evening by Mrs. Russell S. Wunschel. Mrs. Jewell Jung received the high score prize: Mrs. Dean Oxenford, second high; and Mrs. Norman Schulz, low. Mrs. J. G. Donovan will entertain Wednesday evening, Oct. 21. Mrs. Osten Has The P. F. F. Club Mrs. Al A. Osten was hostess to members of the P.F.F. Club at her home Wednesday evening. Dessert and coffee were serted at quartet tables, followed by auction bridge. Mrs. E. W. Van Meter was awarded the high score prize, and Mrs. E. J. Daugherty, low. Mrs. L. L. Akin will entertain the club Tuesday evening, Oct. 20. Merle Danner Joins Juergens Produce Mr. and Mrs. Merle Danner moved early this week from Omaha to Apartment 3, Parkview Apartments, 917 North East Street. Mr. Danner will be associated with Juergens Produce and feeds. He was recently discharged from the Air Force, with the rating of S Sgt, stationed at Offutt Air Force Base, Omaha. Progressive Club Begins Its Season (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The Progressive Study Club opened its year with a dinner at the Manning Methodist Church Monday evening. Women of the W.S.C.S. served the dinner. Fall colors were used in decorating, with three large arrangements of fall flowers on the long table. Else Struve was chairman of dinner arrangements. Theme for the year is "Great Moments in American History." Roll call was "Replica of the Columbus Era," in observance of Columbus Day. Bertha Ruhde gave the lesson '1000 A.D. to the time of the House of Burgess in Jamestown, in 1619." She covered the period from the time Leif Ericson landed on the American Coast through the centuries to 1619, showing movies of various explorers during the period, and places they discoverd in the new world. Arlene Musfeldt was elect e d treasurer to succeed Mildred Lyden, who resigned. Vada Sinning is corresponding secretary. Emma Dietz will represent the club on the UN Day observance. Bonita Hagedorn was appointed to the Federation Projects Committee, A report en the budget was given by Else Struve. Towels from the blind were distributed by Marie / McGrath, towel chairman. Auburn Auxiliary of Post 284 Meets • (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Thirteen members of the Auxiliary Post 284 met at the Auburn Community Building. Mrs. Kenneth Dirkx, president, presided at the business meeting. Thirty sick calls were reported. It was voted to give $12 to the Sac County Nurse for tooth brushes for needy children in the county. It was voted to make some booties for the children at the home. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Mrs. James Shelp and her committee, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Fasbender were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fasbender and family at Carroll for John Fasbender who made his first Communion Sunday. Lucille Heim spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth and daughters at Spencer. Miss Heim and William Becker of Thayer were sponsors for Carol Ann Roth and Mrs. Francis Roth and Earlwin Roth of Spencer were sponsors for Cheryl Ann Roth. Carol and Cheryl are the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Roth. Mr. and Mrs. John Bear, Wichita, Kan., are visiting in the home of her mother, Mrs. Hulda Brinker. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and family and Mr. Carlie Moore, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Simpson and daughters, Canton, S. D., and friends from Omaha spent Sunday at West Bend. Mt. and Mrs. Robert Theulen and family and Marilyn Heim were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heim and children were additional guests. A decorated birthday cake noted the eighth birthday of Mary Jo Heim and the second birthday of Barbara Helm. Mrs. Blanche Garnatz was hostess on Tuesday afternoon at her home to the members of the Amity Club. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. Herweg Te//s of the Churches and U.N. Mrs. J. H. Herweg presented the lesson on "The Churches and the United Nations" at the October general meeting of the Woman's Society of Christian Service in Fellowship Halt of the Methodist Church Wednesday afternoon. She told how churches have played an important role in the creation and development of the United Nations. "We expect so much of the United Nations," she said, "but as Christian women what role are Calendar Thursday— Newcomers Club, Carroll Country Club A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Paul Oswald V. F. W. Auxiliary, Library Club' room Beulah Country Club, Mrs. William Kuker Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. William Kanne Bridgettes, Mrs. Clarence Spaen I. and 0. Club, Mrs. William Eischeid Triple C. Club. Mrs. Don Hagedorn Friday— D.A.R. 9:30 a.m., Burke Motor Inn Rebekah Lodge, I 0,O.F. Hall F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Alfred H. Mey ers Saturday— St. Lawrence Guild, Dessert-card party, 1:30 p.m. A.F.L. Pinochle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Masching Bridge-dinner, Country Club Sunday- Presbyterian Mariners E.T.W. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille Monday— 8 to 12 Club, Mrs. C. D. Andrews A B Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen Round Table, Mrs. R. W. Humphrey Monday Bridge Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs v J. C. Heider Fall and Fur Fashion Show Kuemper Auditorium, 8 p.m. Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Girl Scout Assn. Halloween Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. John E. Martin P.E.O., Mrs. F. M. Heath Beta Upsilon Chapter, Mrs, Keith Eason Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30 Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Ver- ms Juergens Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Ray Boughton Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn H. G. Club, Mrs. Joe Kotas G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. John Buchholz Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. H. L. Bell, Burke Motor Inn Bridge Dinner At Country Club A bridge dinner will be held at the Carroll Country Club Saturday evening. Dinner will be served at 7 o'clock. Reservations are to be made with Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton or Mrs. William J. Leuer by Friday evening. Sewing Circle Ties Two Quilts Two wool quilts were tied by members of the St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Wednesday afternoon. Eighteen members were present. They finished one quilt which had been started previously. Mrs. George Masching served refreshments. The Circle will meet again Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 21. ATTEND CONVENTION (Times Herald News Service) LIDDERDALE — Members of Holy Family parish attending the D.C.C.W. Convention at Municipal Auditorium in Sioux City Wednesday were the Rev. Robert Phillips, Mrs. Ben Bluml, Mrs. Henry Huegerich, Mrs. Alois Kanne, Mrs. Art Otto and Mrs. Lester Schleisman. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vonderheiden ~ ._ Aientt for North American Van Llne», inc. TOP HITS Mack Tht Knlft Ton Btat Pack of Cardt Just Aik Your Heart Htarrachti By Tht Number A Worried Man In The Mood Some Kind of Earth* quake You Ware Mine Battle Hymn of The Republic HARRIS MUSIC CO. 100 Eett 5th - Dial 2413 we playing in the very important foundation?" She said that peace is the goal we are all praying for, but asked "how do we go about having a peaceful existence?" "Peace should begin with ourselves and should radiate about us. The peace within ourselves can come by having control of our minds, by a kind heart, thoughtfulness and consideration of others." She quoted William M. Bruckef, Secretary of the Army, "We cannot have a peaceful world until every nation is peaceful, nations will not be peaceful until every man, woman and child in it makes peace with himself; and the individual cannot find peace until he accepts God's challenge to follow His doctrine of unselfishness." In closing she said she felt that "as Methodist women, if we pray for peace, live with a peaceful mind, our prayers, like the one little candle that lights the way, will be heard by Him and radiate throughout the world." * * * Thirty-five members and one guest, Mrs. Russell Franz, attended the meeting which was conducted by Mrs. R. H. Meridith, president. Mrs. Arthur McNaughton gave the opening prayer. Committee chairmen gave reports of the recent smorgasbord, Masonic dinner and rummage sale. It was announced that Lucy's Circle will have a bake sale and bazaar at the Iowa Public Service office Nov. 13. Week of Prayer and Self-denial will be observed by the Society by a prayer vigil for 12 hours Oct. 28. Mrs. John E. Gnam is spirjtu- al life secretary. Announcement was made of the family potluck Fellowship Hall Sunday night, Nov. 1. There will be a guest speaker. Mrs. Russell Hart, program chairman, announced that the next general meeting will be an evening meeting Tuesday, Nov. 3. It will be guest night, for husbands and friends, beginning with a dinner in Fellowship Hall and featuring a guest speaker. , * * * Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain was devotional leader, using the topic, "Good News of Peace and Life." She said, "We rejoice in the realization that this entire earth is enfolded in Christ's love. We rejoice that Christ's love is transferring thoughts of hate and war into thoughs of good will and peace." In discussing what individuals can do toward peace, Mrs. Mcllvain urged, "Let peace begin in our hearts, our homes and our circles of friends, then extend this love to our neighbors, our community and our nation," * # * Refreshments were served by Lucy's Circle under chairmanship of Mrs. Cliff Bell. A Halloween arrangement centered the lace-covered table. Mrs. Everett Rogers and Lucy Winter were at the, coffee and tea services. NELSON FAMILY REUNION Thirty-seven members of the Nelson family gathered Sunday at the Virgil Olesen home in Carroll for their annual reunion. A cooperative dinner was served. Plans were made for next year's reunion to be held at Audubon. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olesen, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Olesen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Steffes and family, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Nelson and family, Fiscus; Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Nelson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Peterson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Nelson and family, Merrills Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Nelson and family, Kirkman, and Mr. and Mrs. Tludy Nelson and family, Harlan. Have Meetings All circles of the United Presbyterian Women's Organizat i o n met Wednesday, three in the afternoon^ at 2 p.m., and Circle IV at 7.30'p.m. Dessert and coffee were served by the hostesses and their co-hostesses. Lesson topics were 'Family Relationship", and the Book of Acts was used as devotional theme. Announcements were made that the U.P.W.'s next general meeting, Oct. 21, would be preceded by a potluck luncheon at 1 p.m.; and that the installation and reception for the Rev. Allan Peterson would be Sunday, Oct. 11, at 7:30 p.m., to which all members are invited. * * * Circle I met at the home of Mrs. Albert C. Wegner, whose co-hostess was Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg. Mrs. Vernon Juergens was devotional leader, and Mrs. Lester Heinen, Halbur, presented the lesson. Guests were Mrs. Allan Peterson and Mrs. H. A. Smidt of Burt. * * # Mrs. Arthur N. Neu entertained Circle II, with Mrs. S. S. Kudsk as her co-hostess. Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp, member-at-large, was a guest. Mrs. F. M. Heath led devotions, and the lesson was given by Mrs. Henry Hoff. * * * Members of Circle III met at the home of Mrs. William Keith. Her co-hostess was Mrs. Gus Vasos. Mrs. William Gehlsen attended as a guest. Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman was in charge of devotions, and Mrs. Frank West, the lesson. * * * Mr.;. Colburn Collinge and Mrs. Bill Gehlsen were co-hostesses at Mrs. Collinge's home to members of Circle IV. Mrs. John Snyder was a guest. Mrs. Robert Merritt gave a devotional prayer and presented the lessen. HERE'S A SWITCH MONTICELLO, Wis. (AP) - A 10 p.m. curfew for persons under 13 years of age lasted exactly seven days here. The village board tossed it out, citing "numerous complaints from parents." Yes, We're Still Running .. . Fri., Sat. & Sunday Only . . But Lookie! CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE- The Picture You Have Been Waiting For . . . "The Return of the Fly" PLUS "Alligator People" See . . Vincent Price, Many Times on the Jack Parr Show . . . In His Greatest Role! Open at 7:00 P. M. Regular Admission Price? Frank Balk Features The Latest in Picture-in-a Minute Polaroid Cameras . POLAROID CAMERAS Why should you buy your cameras and supplies at Prank Balk? Any store or clerk can sell photographic equipment but very few can explain to you how to operate the camera. When making your purchase at Frank Balk's Store in Carroll you will be told how to operate and care for your camera by a professional. That is why you will be more satisfied when you make your purchases at Balk's. Adv.

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