Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 8, 1959 · Page 10
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October 8, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Thursday, October 8, 1959
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TlmM Herald, Carroll, I*, jj Thur»d*y, Oe». 8, 1°S9 i Teen Girls Vanish With 3 Escapees Off on a Lark or Kidnaped; FBI Joins in Hunt HELENA. Mont. (AP) - Arc three teen-aged high school girls off on a lark with three California desperadoes who disguised themselves with fancy cowboy clothes mid polite manners? Or have they been kidnaped? FBI agents and local officers, seeking an answer to those questions, directed an ever-widening search today for a rose pink 1959 Pontiac sedan. The girls have been unreported since they stepped into that car last Friday at the Helena High School. They are Claudia Fuller. 17, Sharron Lee McDowell, 16, and Sharron Irene Balazs, 17, members of families in modest circumstances. For a few days before, they had been dating three newcomers to Helena. Sheriff Dave Middlemas said the men, dressed in "fancy cowboy clothes," talked of plans to lease or buy a ranch. The girls, all horse lovers, appeared to be impressed. Actually the sheriff said, the three men are "armed, desperate and dangerous—as bad as they come." The FBI Identified them as George R. Jann, 29, Frank H. Spicer, 24, and Frank E. Fisher, age unknown. Jann and Spicer escaped Sept. 11 from a Soledad, Calif., prison where they were serving burglary terms. Shortly after their escape, they were arrested at Lynwood, Calif., on suspicion of breaking into an auto agency, stealing an auto and $60 from the safe. They broke out of the Lynwood jail Sept. 15. Fisher was arrtested in San Diego Aug. 8 on charges of burglarizing a milling company in suburban Escondido, He was released on bail Aug. 31 and has been unreported since. Officers said they had established the trio arrived in Helena about four days before the girls disappeared. Wall Lake Garden Club Has Plant Sale (Times Herald »BT» Service) WALL LAKE — The Wall Lake Garden Club held, a regular meeting in the community building Friday afternoon. Roll call was answered with "What I brought to the plant sale." For the program, Clara Ewoldt read an article on "Who thinks of winter?" (Canning) and Mrs. L. G. Ballard read several articles on "Winter care of bulbs." Juliann Reiter played a piano solo after which the annual plant and bulb sale was held. The birthday song was sung for the women whose birthdays are in October. Lunch was served by Mrs. Steve Hoft, Mrs. Charles Langfritz, Mrs. Minnie Vogel and Mrs. F. T. Martin. Mrs. Daryle Daggett was hostess to the Friendly Afternoon Club Thursday. Mrs. John Druivenga, in charge of card games, awarded prizes to Mrs. Charles Bundt, Mrs. Leonard Koenck and Mrs. Bernard Fertig. The hostess served lunch at the close. Scronton Library Has Two New Books (Times Herald News Service) SCRANTON-The following books have been placed on the Scranton Public Library shelves in the past week: "Seek the Fair Land" by Walter Macken, in memory of Mrs. Ross Amsden by Ross Amsden and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Amsden and family, The Collected Poems of Edna St. Vincent Millay in memory of Mrs. V. G. Deardorff, by the Scranton Library. Mrs. Deardorff was for many years a member of the Scranton Library Board. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merriam entertained at a birthday dinner Monday evening in honor of their son Jim. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Merriam and baby and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Brown and family. Mrs. Roy Parker was hostess to 11 members of the C. C. Club at her home Thursday afternoon. The lesson on flowers and plants was given by Mrs. Clara Barrett of Jefferson. Refreshments were served at the close of the afternoon by the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Nellie Henning on October 15. The Dorcas Circle of the Church of Christ held a meeting Friday and made plans to paint the basement of the church at an all-day meeting Sept. 28. Devotions were given by Frances Williams. Plani were completed for the annual bazaar and chicken pie supper to be held Oct. 15. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Looinis, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibson, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Gibson and Glenda attended a pantry shower for Mr. and Mrs. Honnie Long at the Long home in Jefferson Saturday evening. Mrs. A. C. Foster and daughter have left for Aransas Pass, Tex., where they will spend the winter, j WANT YOUR MEN'S WEAR BUSINESS! • That's no surprise to you, I imagine, but I mean that I do want your business . . . any part of it or all of it, when you are ready to buy anything that's sold in a men's store. And in order to get and KEEP YOUR BUSINESS, I know that we have to give you the VERY MOST FOR YOUR CLOTHING DOLLARS, plus the personal service that is necessary to HELP YOU ENJOY everything you buy here to the utmost. • NOW I WANT YOU TO KNOW, that we are just as happy to see you come in and buy a pair of socks or a suit of underwear as we are to see you come in and buy a suit or topcoat. And when you do come in, no matter what you buy, you are going to get the same courteous, friendly and efficient service in which we take pride. 4 • I WANT YOU TO KNOW too about our tailor shop, the finest in this area, and our customers will vouch for this. And anytime you buy a garment here that needs alterations . . . IT'S FREE. Because we want you to be happy with it. And because my store is locally owned, and I am personally responsible for everything that is sold here, you are bound to get complete satisfaction with whatever you buy. And I might point out that the money you spend here flows right back into the community. • Anyhow, if you live in Carroll . . . Halbur . . . Lake City . . . anywhere within 100 miles of Carroll, we want you to visit us. I WANT YOUR BUSINESS . . . and when you come in here you are going to see the newest and the latest in men's fashions here. Because we are large enough to show you fine selections and small enough to give you personal service. Come in and get acquainted. Get Acquainted Special MEN'S HOSE Regular $1.00 a Pair PAIR Limit 2 Pair Per Customer TOPCOATS We carry those famous Crestknit and Capps brand topcoats plus many other popular brand lines. You'll find our slock complete now with all the new models, styles and fabrics. TO Sport Coats by Capps, Crestknit and Rocraft Continental, blazer and regular models in your new lighter weight. $24.95 to SUBURBANS CARCOATS JACKETS Botli lined or unlined. We have youi size and Mvle. $45.00 SLACKS We have a fine selection of slacks in worsted flannels, clacron blends and other long wearing fabrics in regular and continental models. Shorts, regular and longs. $4.99 to $20.00 Sportshirts by Puritan and Wings Beautiful array of patterns and colors. HATS by Champ America's, ime.-,t hat value. Such Myk-.s as: Continentals, Horn- burgs, Jiusvlurs, Hull' finishes and Velours. From $895 $3.95 to $8.95 SUITS Hundreds of suits to choose from, including Regulars, Continental and Ivy models. Such famous brands as Capps and Rocraft. Sizes 35 to 50 in regulars, longs, shorts and portlies. TO We alto offer you Capps fine line of special cutting or complete made-to-measure suits in prices from $65.00 to $150.00 TIES by Superba The next time you need a tie come in and choose one from our large selection. From $1.50 Sweaters by Puritan Sulkies in both slipover and button styles. Also all the popular styles in sleeveless sweaters. $5.95 $20.00 RAINWEAR by Alligator $13.95 WHITE SHIRTS Tab, regular and pin collars. Convertible cuffs. Wash 'n' Wear fabrics. to 108 W. 5th St. Carroll, Iowa HOSIERY by Champ Short on socks? Stop in or send the wife in and treat your feet to a pair of fine Champ hose. $29.95 $1.00 Pair Underwear by Stedman and Carters Briefs, boxers and T-Shirts. From 89c

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