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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 ti CARD OP THANKS to 25 words.. t (J f*J TTV*WJ. I I I I I $1.6" over 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY -S1.60 _$1.40 per column Inch-— Additional Insertions __— T — rtasMfled displays taken until 10 a. m. HIV "of publication except Saturday nn'd 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular Classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 B. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days. P« word 24 cents Announcements 3636 FOR FRESH COT FLOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower Ind Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc LKVISION TROUBLE? FOR aulck, expert check up and prompt service bv skilled technicians call q --, i 3. Satisfaction guaranteed, jjjmrrer's TV. 6-234-Gtc ~ NO PURCHASE NECESSARY fBEE ..Gih to lilK.r nolhlr or InlK.t moking Inquiry on lavingl lh»y eon mofct on AU TOYS. Guornnttid to tow pm»nl» up lo 20% OFF regular ftlalt Loans rKUSONAL LOANS OP TO .JBOO—• Loans and installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M 'Finance Co. Carroll^owa Business Services 14 WHITE LEAD HOUSE TAINT, M'AV vet old fashioned, Foment; 85% While lead, 15';b Titanium. Joe H Faint Center. 1 4 .lil±l_ RADIO & TVSERVICE, LNCL. OAK radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of time and expense. All makes serviced nnd repaired. Coast-lo-Coast. Store. 9363. 14-09-lfc CUSTOM DRYING PORTABLE BEHLEM 500-BU. DRYER Vernon Kohorst 1 Mile West and \<* Mile North of Roselle Phone Halbur DIAL 4883 FOU THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. Hli Cleaners^ S'T A u T;"K n, GENERATOB, BIACJ- 8 neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service across street west of Safeway. Ph 2126. 14-180 7 tfc FETE 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. ivr,« SOHj TESTING .,.--- - - Now is the time to test for rail and spring fertilizer needs. 1;aim- ers Grain and Lhr. Co. 14-J.SS-btc WHEN IT COMES TO TV OR KA- dio service, come to us! Our business is keeping your set m good repair. Guaranteed service on all makes and models. Count t.cjCoast Store. jH-Z-H-bic GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lection, 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 SAWS SHARl'ENEn. C. C. 620 West 13th. Phone . Good Things to Eat _______ 18 irSAT.KTlll.ArK WALNUTS, 25c bu. 1'hune Glidden OL ij -. Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS. Bt-RKE MO- tor Inn. Inquire Robert A. Wright. 22-238-tfc LADY WANTED FOR GENERAL housework, and assist with care of 3 children. Live in. Mrs. Jim Graven, Jefferson, Iowa, Rt. 3, Box 191. Phone EV 6-5406. 22-237-3tp WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply In person. Ocoma Foods Co. 22-236-12U: WAITRESS WANTED: NO NIGHT work or Sundays. Main Ice Cream Parlor. 22-235-5tc Salesman Wanted 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. 25-232-8tc Farm Products 31 FOR SALK: YEARLING HY-LINE hens, 60c each. L. T. Werlmont, Phone 9029. 31-239-2tp Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: 12A .1O1IN DEKRE Combine. A-l condition. Prlrud right. Elmer Kruse, Gllchlpn. Iowa. 33-289-3tc SPECIAL LOU' TRICES ON JOHN Deere wagons; Midwest hoist and Holder boxes. Guaranteed Midwest hoist as low as $79.50. Check our pi-iocs before buying. Sohenk- elbnrg Impl. Co. 33-162-ltc FOR SALE: I'SET) 2-ROW NEW Idea corn picker; two flare box wagons; two swing hog feeders; .1950 A John Deere tractor. Flovd Conner, Lidderdale, Phono 5-F-21. 33-237-3tc 8 DSED 22C PICKERS; 5 USED NEW Idea 2-ruw pickers; 2 used Min- ncfipolls 2-row pickers; 2 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 FOR SALE: 2 YOUNO RAMS, 12 feeder pigs, Norbert F. Henze, Rt. _3, CarnMK 41-239-2tp FOR SALE: 24 500 LU. O.TKN heifers. John A. Stol'fcs, 1 mile west of Koselle. Phone Halbui 2245. , 41-238-21]) FOR SALE: 45 HEAT) PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, viic- cinnated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 5Va west. 41-173-3tc DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lento. At Farm 1". north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3% north, Manning. LANDRACE BOARS. EDWAJID P. Brincks, 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Glidden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: !50 HEAD OF PURE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2 miles north of Asplnwall, Iowa. 41-231-tfc Pets 46 For Said 55 FOR SALE: XEW GAS FURNACE, 150,000 BTU. Space heater, 60,000 BTU. Dial 3297. 55-228-tfc TIm«§ H»ra!d, Carroll, Saturday, Oct. 10, la. For Rent 57 ROOMS SUITABLE FOR APT. OR office above Klsgens. Phone 3356. j 57-237-3tp Room for Rent 60 Sports (Continued from Page 2) CigorcHes- (Continued from Page U KOOM. CLOSE IV, PRIVATE BATH anil entrance. Dial 8806._fiO-238-_2to FOR RENT; SLEKPIXO KOOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: 2 & 8 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wllber walkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc ^N^%X^^S^\^*^^/^^V^X^V^\>X^\> I \^NX^XN^NXN^N^* Apartment for Rent 65 FINE 0 ROOM ATT. WITH IIEATE1) garage. So. side. Phone 9627. APT. FOR RENT. APT. DIAL 9703. DIAL 2200. _ 65-237-3tp fl.l-220-tfc 2-HEDROOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- ntshed or unfurnished, McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. Farms for Sale DIAL 3109. 65-132-tfc 67 I HAVE 30 FARMS TO TICK FROM. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 67-236-tfc MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have\ the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc Usec^Cars & Trucks 71 1049 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK K-5 short wheel base, duals, good rubber. 8x10 combination grain and stock box. Excellent condition. McCoy Motors. 71-238-3tc CLOSE OUT ON 1059 MODELS. BIG Discount on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the 60 models. Remember all Plymouths have torsion air ride as sld. equipment. Biggest savings of the year. Stop in today. Wittrocks. 71-234-lfc move 60 yards for the next score. Val Pluth tallied from nine yards out and Rupert's extra point wrapped up Ida Grove's scoring. Jim Jensen set up Audubon's one touchdown with a 38 yard run just before the half ended. He •scored on a three yard plunge. Neither Audubon nor Ida Grove :ould score in the second half. The lawks utilized reserves on offense throughout the final two periods. Lake City Triumph Lake City's Ben Golliher scored :wice for the Eagles in a 13-0 defensive struggle at Sac City. Golliher's first touchdown came from eight yards out and climaxed a 60 yard drive. The second marker was set up by a 40 yard sprint by Richard Wenck to the Sac City three yard line. Golliher then smashed over for the score. Sac City's deepest penetration came in the third quarter when the Indians drove to the Lake City six yard line and lost the ball on a fumble. The same fate befell the Eagles in the fourth period when they drove to the Sac City 10 yard line and fumbled the ball away. Conference Standings: W Jefferson 3 Harlan 3 Lake City 3 Denison 1 Carroll I Ida Grove 1 Aiidubon J Sac City 0 Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR GENERAL 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 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE KOUU OLD RELIABLE BUIOK- Pontlac dealer before yuu buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TRADE FOR A NEW '59 FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc SALUKI - GREYHOUND CROSS pups. Ideal for Jacks, fox and coyote. Don Kasperbuucr, Manning, Iowa. 4G-238-31L Building Supplies 47 BUILDING SUPPLIES; 2.\4's—8-l'T. each 44 c; 5 inch extra heavy T-Hinges 36c pair; 1x6 Shcialng 4c lin. ft.; Pine Boards So sq. ft.; Rockwool Insulation $1.07 IHIR. Kanne Lumber & Supply. Carroll, Iowa. 47-235-51 c PLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—3 In each. See us for all your winter needs. We install glass in your windows and doors. Dial. 3248, Groen Bay Lumber Co. 47-237-tfc LUMBER SPECIALS Eat at Pauline's! MAKE SUNDAV MORE ENJOYABLE with BREAKFAST HERE! Homemade Cinnamon Rolls PAULINE'S CAFE l.OCREHS FOR RENT: $10.00 J'Ell year. Hrenny's Market. 18-238-.2U; MaleJHelp Wanted 21 TJlllCK DltlYKU WANTKII. 1'HONE 55W. Farm Service, Brel J- l ,-. 239 . 3tc WAXTKI): OI'KIIATOK FOIt MO- bile grinder, mixer. Farm Service, Urcda. V 1 -^9-3H; FAUAI IIKLI' WANTED, MAHIUED or single. I'hone 55W, Jji't'ila. FARM HAND WANTED, TAHTTIM'I; or fulltime. Good wages. Dial - 40-14. 2l-a37-a_tj 60 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDL 2 married mi;n for sales route. Ago •2(\ to <15, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 41)6, Can-oil Shiplap Wnite Pine Car Siding.. 1x4 Red Cedar Car Siding 2x6-6 ft. _ 2x6-8 ft. _ _... q .n. IOC Each 9oC _sq. It. 12c Each 60C Each 80C CARROLL LUMBER CO. Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmeier, Closing On| Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 inilus east and S',4 suuth, ur 3 miles west, of Dedham on 141 and 3Vi miles south. Wiuland & Kerkhoff Bros., Afcts. Tuesday, Nov. 24 William Dorping' haus. closing out farm sale. Froih Car | roll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and | \\t milo west. Wieland and Tlgges, | Aucts. ! November 25 Joseph L. Turner, ! complete closing out sale, I 1 a miles j K.-ist of Dertham. Wieland. Irlbeck & Ti.L'Kos. Aucts. Nov 30 ftlrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and ; !4 West i of Liddei'dale or 7 miles North and i 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wiclund, Aucls. Dec, 1 Win. Kcnncbcck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Mwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Va mile east and Va mile south. Or 2 miles north. ZVz east and ',2 mile south of Willey. Byerly and Irlbeck. Aucts. Dee. 14 - DwiglH fleever. Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and '/i mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and V* mile South of Willey. Boss. Byerly & An derson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and "'i south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave. Wiederin. Closing Out Sale. IVi miles west of Mt. Carmel. or 2 miles east, 2 south, Vt east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. 47-23B-4tc Household Goods 51 TAKH SOIL AWAY THK HLliK Lustre way from carpels and upholstery. It's the finest. Matt Fur- holstery. nituro Co. 51-239-ltc 6-rC. CHUOME IlllKAKFAST SKT, nearly new .$30.00; 3-pc. walnut bodro'om suite, drossor, chest, bed, S99.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-238-21 c WE HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfc GIANT 15 CD. FT. CORONADO home freezer . . . $199.95. Only $5.00 clown. Gambles. 51-111-tfc Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED—CO-MI'LETli COPIES OF Dally Times Muni Id issued Wednesday, July 8, li)5i). Will miy 25c each for first four copies brought to office. Daily Times Herald. [53-238-2111 For Sale 55 TWO CilllLS' JHCVCVES, 3«" ONE in Rood condition. ,?.':IO.OO. Other $10.00. Phone Glidden 9-3031. 55-23U-ltp FOK SALE: a 1200 IUJ. NEW SI'EE- dy corn cribs, Also heavy 2 ft. drag tunnels. ConKlin Lumber, Templeton, Iowa. 55-237-3tc These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought For Vour Club or Private Party Reserve Our RANCH KOOM Accommodations for 50 People Family Style Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plato and Up PAULINE'S CAFE STARLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's Finest Saturday, October 10 MYSTERY BAND N1TE Tuesday, October 13 Morrio p owers & His Bel Airs CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "THE BLUE ANGEL" with May Britt You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll Underwriters to Hear D. M. Executive The meeting Monday oi' the West Central Iowa Association of Life Underwriters will feature a talk by Harry II. McAllister of Central Life Insurance Co. in Des Moines. The affair will be at 11:45 a.m. for luncheon at the Burke Motor Inn. Mr. McAllister is director of advance underwriting of life insur once with the Des Moines company, and will speak on "Tax Ideas Encouraging the Purchase of Life Insurance." Men in this area belonging to the association come from about eight counties. L 0 1 1 1 2 2 3 3 against. $6fi0.657. and September $704,986 against $1,037,502. Lot of .Smokes Those figures represent for these three months in 1959, some 70,098,973 packs of cigarettes. Tho j total for the same three months! a year earlier: 73,906,417. But indications arc that if sales run as far ahead of the previous year for the rrst of the months as in August and September, more cigarettes will be purchased in Iowa this fiscal year than last. The August tax collections indicated p u r c li a s e s of 22,651.407 packs against 22,021,923 packs the previous August. September ran 25,153,409 packs to 23,499,532 for September, 1958. But about that fishing-on-the- moon bit: Scientists tell us the moon is an average distance of 238,857 miles from the Earth. The farthest it gets from the Earth is 252,710 miles; the nearest 221,463 miles. Based on the cigarette tax paid in Iowa in 1958-59, there were 281,081,589 packs of smokes purchased in the state. Each pack has 20 cigarettes. And the average length of cigarettes, considering both king size and regular, is 3 inches. That means lowans smoked 16, £64,895,140 inches of cigarettes, which figures out to 266,194 miles. Thus, if you had a fishing rod that long, you could easily get your line to the moon. Of course, you probably wouldn't catch any more fish than Simple Simon—the storied angler of nursery rhyme who went fishing in his mother's pail. That's because there's no water on the moon, if the scientists are correct. Daily Record Deaths, Funerals THOMAS C. BTJTON (Clifford Mason delivering the sc-r- <Tim»i H-Tdtr) >f«*« *»rvi,.fi ! mon. Ixxlge mombf;rs Pan! Cainp- WESTS1DE -- Funeral services . nnil, Al Oeser. Arthur Sohoossler. for Thomas C. Bnton, 81, longtime , Alva Steiner, F,arl Wicbers and resident of Westside, were con-' F-ero> Wiebers were pallbearers, ducted Monday afternoon in the! Relatives attending the servires < IM 8 Westside Presbyterian Church by f,- om a distance were Mr. and Hihri'u";P Sov('r l« IM 3 the Rev. Frank Moese. Mrs. Har-1 \Vs. Vale Mocllcr f.nd Mr. and Glidden j'fiOriavs.' reckless driving J vey Freese. orwnist, played a , Mrs. Hark Carlson. 0« Moines: prelude and postlude and accom-| Mrs. Frank Smith and B o y d panied Wayne Jans and Glenn Smith. Brooklyn, Wis.; Mr. and Freese, who sang two duets. DRIVERS LICENSES 'Suspension* nnrt of clrlvlnc llrpnsps n.* fornlshed from rfnnrfU of thp Statfl De- and failure to stop. Suspensions, October 6 Ronald R. Stoffers. 19. 1770 Northwest. Carroll; BO days, habitual violator. High School Scores By The Associated Press College Iowa Wesleyan 38, Upper Iowa 14 High School Bettendorf 34, Morrison, 111. 0 Boone 21, Des Moines North 6 Boys Town, Neb. 21, Des Moines Bowling 0 • Burlington 33, Ottumwa 0 Cedar Falls 22, Waterloo Columbus 7 Charles City 31, Oelwein 0 Cherokee, 49, Spirit Lake 7 Clarion 20, Eagle Grove 7 Clear Lake 14, Hampton 7 Corning 19, Villisca 18 Council Bluffs Jefferson 19, Omaha Holy Name 7 Davenport 20, East Moline, 111. 19 Des Moines Lincoln 12, Oskaloosa 7 Des Moines Roosevelt 41, Newton 6 Des Moines Tech 19, Marshalltown 14 Dubuque 7, Cedar Rapids Jefferson 0 Dubuque Wahlerl 34, Davenport Assumption 0 Estherville 18, Sibley 0 Fairfield 13, Oenterville 6 Glenwood' 13, Atlantic 0 Humboldt 40, Algona 12 LeMars Gehlen 13, Canton, S.D. 13 Marion 27, Monticello 13 Mason City 27, Des Moines East 7 Mount Pleasant 34, Bloomfield 6 Muscatine 23, Keokuk 20 New Hampton 24, Cresco 7 Shenandoah 39, Red Oak 7 -Sioux City Heelan 40, Sioux City Central 0 South Sioux City, Neb. 14, Le- Mars 6 Tipton 14, Maquoketa 0 Washington 37, Fort Madison 22 Waterloo East 14, Fort Dodge 0 Waterloo West 27, Ames 20 Waverly 44, Decorah 26 Webster City 40, Iowa Falls 7 tended that it lacks authority to intrude into the content of TV or radio programs. To Meet FTC The subcommittee, which originally planned to wind up its probe Friday night, also announced it will meet Monday to hear representatives of the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC, which, among other things polices advertising practices, also proclaims lack of jurisdiction in the quiz show fixing. Subcommittee Chairman Oren Karris (D-Ark) refused comment on possible witnesses Monday. But his group apparently has not abandoned the possibility of questioning Van Doren. ANNIVERSARY MASS (Times llcruhl News Service) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gallagher attended high mass Thursday morning at St. Ann's Church, Vail, in 1 honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gallagher, Vail, on their 25th wedding anniversary. The Rev. D. L. Clark officiated, and St. Ann's School Choir sang. Others attending were Andrew Gallagher and sons and Lawrence Thelen of. Vail. Breakfast was served to the group in the church hall after mass. CANCEL MEETINGS Both Junior High Westminster Fellowship and the Senior High Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church are not meeting as such this Sunday evening, in order Uiat the groups may attend the installation service of the Rev. Allan M. Peterson. Members will meet at the church and attend the service as a group. YOU'LL BE WISE, and thrifty, too, to put Classified Ads to work for you. No matter it you're buying, selling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t 1 CALL 3573 OR COME IN TODAY! Daily Times Herald Legal Notices NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF 1'ARTNEllSHIl' AS TO Ll'CINA 1). SirEI'HElU) TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Notice Is hereby given that the partnership heretofore subsisting among the undersigned, J. A. Ilanmusch, C. J. llannasch and Lu- clna D. Shepherd, heretofore carrying on a general automobile sales 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 llannasch Motor Co. in the City of Carroll, Iowa, was dissolved by mutual consent of the co-partners on the 1st day of October. 1959, only Insofar as it affects Luclnu D. Shepherd, she having sold all of her interest therein to J. A. llannasch and retired from the said partnership. The said partnership will continue under the name and style of llannasch Motor Company, and the co-partners will be J. A. Hannasch anil C. J. llannasch. The said partnership and business affairs of said partnership will be attended to by J. A. Hannasch and C'. J. llannasch, two ol the undersigned, who arc now the co-part- iii'is of said partnership, the said J. A. Hanimsch owning a : ;i Interest therein and the said C. J. Hannasch owning a >i interest therein, and the said J. A. lianiuisch and C. J. Hannasch are hereby fully authorized to carry on the said partnership of Ittuinasch Motor Co, and to collect, receive nnd receipt for all moneys, juuds and properties duO'or accruing to tlie said co-partnership and to perform all of Us unexecuted contracts. Dated at Carroll. Iowa, this 1st day of October, 1959. J. A. Hannasch f. J. Ilanmtsch Luclnu D. .Shepherd M. K. Tan Cietl, Attorney Carroll, Iowa Ol. 3, 10, • TV Probe(Continued from Page 1) 4-H- (Continued from Page 1) 1 will receive special awards oi $3. which is then contributed to the International Farm Youth Ex change in the name of the club Meantime, club leaders a n c committee members will have an organization meeting at the Farm Bureau building Friday, Oct. 16. Committee members will meet at 10 a.m. and leaders will open their meeting at 1:30 p.m. Materials will be handed out at that time. Enrollment quota for the boys' 4-H clubs in the county is 325 for 1960, according to W. H. Brown, county extension director. These agricultural clubs are open to all boys in the county between 10 and 21 years of age, and any 'girls who have a particular interest in agricultural club work. Special Project A special activity for all club members will be tractor maintenance, besides the principal projects of livestock production with baby beef and market litters a specialty. Other livestock projects in the last year have included dairy, purebred litters, sheep and poultry. Two new projects have been added for the new year, climatology and photography. Enrollment cards and other information is available with local leaders and in the extension office in Carroll. Mr. Brown emphasizes that new enrollments should be completed by Oct. 31 to be counted in the enrollment goals established by individual clubs. Total enrollment in the year completed Sept. 30 was 290. Carroll County Man Asks Damages DES MOINES — The New Riverview Amusement Co., operator of Riverview Park here, was sued for $5,000 by a Carroll County man Thursday in Polk County district court. The plaintiff, Ronald Wenck, said he was injured last Aug. 30 while riding the "bumper ride" at the park. He said a piece of iron fell on his hand. Wenck accused the defendant of negligence in permitting the iron to "fly through the air or drop" on him. COURTHOUSE Vehicles Registered— Bill Burgess Motors, Carr o 11, Ford; Lucille Shriver, Carroll, Ihevrolet; Minnie V. Fugill, Manning, Ford; Duane J. Shriver, Carroll, Pontiac; Eugene J. Muhlbauer, Halbur, Ford; Orlo A. Nissen, fanning, Chevrolet; and Glenn A. lunter, Glidden, Chevrolet. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Dewey E. Betts. Coon Rapids William S. Bayley, Carroll Mrs. Guy B. Eby, Coon Rapids Frank J. Buchheit, Carroll Miss Irene M. Bruening. Carroll Gary Leigh Baker, Denison Joan N. Danner, Carroll Dismissals— Miss Louise Florencourt, Carroll Marvin Nordby, Manilla Marlene F. Reinart, Carroll Richard E. Felton, Can-oil Miss Otto J. Hartl, Gray Mrs. Walter Williams, Audubon Larry Joseph Schultes. Gray Velma Jean Rabb, Carroll Vincent Marincovich, Osw ego, Ore. Mrs. Vincent Marincovich, Oswego. Ore. John Joseph Loew, Carroll Mrs. James F. O'Connell, Vail Mrs. Lloyd C. Wood and baby, Carroll Mrs. Kenneth D. Winker and baby, Arcadia Michael Joseph Bauer, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Dennis F. O'Tool, Midden, a daughter Friday Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.90 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) 1.00 Oats - 61 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Here Is a summary of the hog cattle and sheep markets for th< v/eek with estimated receipts fo today. Hogs 100; for the week: Severa lots of select No 2 230-260 1 nutchers brought 13.00 while few lots closely sorted No 1 an 2 200-220 Ibs brought the sam price. Other No 1 and 2 and mixei No 1 and 2 200-220 Ibs closed a 12.75-12,90, mixed No 2 and grades 12.50-12.75. Mixed No 2 and 3 and No 3 butchers over 23( Ibs bulked at 12.65-12.85. Weights downward to 180 Ibs ranged as low as 12.00. Most 275-525 Ib sows closed at 10.25-12.00, largely according to weight. Cattle 100; for the week: Early bulk choice and mixed choice and prime steers 26.50-29.00, over a dozen loads high choice to mostly prime 1125-1325 Ib steers on the midweek market 28.25-28.75, load at 28.75 feedlot mates of 29.65 top cattle last week, few loads choice around 1500 Ib steers sold down to 25.50 and load mixed choice and prime near 1600 Ib weights also 25.50, some high choice yearlings 1050 Ibs down still sold as high as 28.00 on the midweek market when many loads high choice and mixed choice anc prime 1300-1450 Ib steers sold at 26.25-27.00, most good g r a i Grade School Band Recital Monday Night The annual recital of new members in the Carroll Grade School band will be the program at the Band Boosters October meeting Monday night. Twenty-two fourth grade students will perform, according to Karl Rogosch, band director. The meeting begins at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. At the business meeting in con' nection with the event,.new officers for the association will be elected. Mrs. Bert Lockhart is chairman of the nominations committee. Refreshments wiU be served in the school lunchroom to parents of I band members and other belonging I to the association. steers late 24.00-25.75, weighing 1050 Ibs down 26.25, few utility and steers 20.00-23.50, load some 26.00- standarc standarc 1040 Ib Holsteins included at 22.50 Early heifers bulk good 24.00-26.50, and choice comparable heifers late 23.00-25.75, loadlots mixed choice and prime heifers early 26.75-27.25, comparable cat tie late 26.00-26.75 with load prime 1156 Ib heifers 27.00, utility and standard heifers closed at 17.00 22.50. Standard cows 18.00-20.00 utility and commercial cows 14.00 18.00, bulk 14.50-17.50, canners and cutters 11.50-15.50, mostly 12.00 up but few shelly canners as low as 10.00. Most utility and commer cial bulls 18.50-21.50. Few good and choice vealers 33.00, stand ard and good grades 25.00-32.00 mostly 30.00 down late, cull and utility vealers loads good 584 15.00-24.00. Twc Ib stock steers 28.25, good 700-725 Ib weights 26.25-27.00, load medium 690 Ib stockers 25.10, load choice 925 Ib feeding steers 26.75, load good and choice 750 Ib weights 27.00 several loads largely medium 750825 Ib weights 24.50-25.25 with few medium feeding steers down to 23.00. Sheep none; for the week: Gooc and choice 80-105 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 18.50-20.50, witt lots at 20.50 mostly choice 90-100 Ib weights. Utility and good 13.00 18.50, culls down to 10.00 and oc casionally below. Several loadlots mostly choice ,95-113 Ib shorn lambs with mostly No 1 pelt 20 00-20.25. Cull to choice slaughter ewes mostly wooled 3.00 4.50 late. Graveside services at the dc Cemetery were in charge of fitting Sun Lodge No. 349, with Steell Continued from Page 1> three months but another five weeks could pass before the mills an get production back to near opacity. President Eisenhower invoked he Taft-Hartley labor law Friday o the joy of some and dismay of thers. Despite feelings on the in- ervention, very little steel will be orthcoming from the mills for up o two or^hree weeks. Slow Proceed About five weeks are expected o pass before 90 per cent of pro- uction can be reached. First men back in the mills as oon as a federal court injunction :an be obtained will be mainte- lance workers. They will deter- nine how much damage has been done during the layoff, which already is 88 days old. Some blast and open hearth furnaces were damaged during the shutting down process. Both are 'ned with expensive refractory naterial that cracks when cooled oo quickly. Iron blast furnaces and steel producing open hearths must be heated and brought back into production as soon as any necessary repairs have been carried out. The process of building oven teat to the necessary 2,800 degrees, of getting production lines nto motion and good steel in big quantities moving out of the mills ould take up to 35 days of the Mrs. Steve Carlson, Monroe. Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Smith, Evansville. Wis.; Mrs. Mildred Wring and Mr. nnd Mrs. Roy Lousee, Des Moines; and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wessling, Carroll. Mrs. Clark Carlson Is remaining at the Buton home until Sunday. Dinner and lunch for the rela- t'ves were served at the church by the Helping Hand. Mr. Buton was born at Sterling. 111., June 20. 1878, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Buton. The family moved to Westside where his father owned the flour mill. His marriage to Lucy Smith took place in Westside May 25, 1904. Mr. Buton was employed first at his father's flour mill and then by Ralph's Feed & Farm Supply. He retired two years ago. He was a long-time member of the Presbyterian Church and Setting Sun Lodge No. 349. He died at his home Oct. 2. His wife survives. Preceding him in death were his parents, a brother Mehl Buton of Westside and a sister, Mrs. Margaret Moeller, Des Moines. I •JO-day period. Taft-Hartley injunction By JOE BRADIS PITTSBURGH (AP) — "They lave the same kind of forced labor in Russia. Ike is favoring the corporations. It won't settle the strike. They want to take the guts out of our contract." Those were the comments of steelworkers in Pittsburgh, Chicago, Cleveland and other steel cities on President Eisenhower's invoking of the Taft-Hartley law in the 88-day-old steel strike. Reaction to the President's action Friday was overwhelmingly negative among the steelworkers. But their wives, feeling the pinch of the strike, voiced approval. Typical Comments Typical comments of the women interviewed: "They're (the husbands) being stubborns." "We need some clothes for the children for winter and we don't nave the money to buy." "I'd like some Christmas spending money." Other reaction was varied and mixed. A businessman thought the President acted wisely; a cigar clerk said he didn't believe Jie move would help; some steelworkers said they were surprised by the President's action; others said they anticipated the move. "This much I know," said Bill Farr, a Pittsburgh taxicab driver and a widower with three children. "It will help our business. It's been terrible." Helps Economy "It's a good thing to buoy up the economy temporarily," declared William Obzut, a Pittsburgh mortgage banker. "It will give the strikers some money." But scores and scores of steelworkers interviewed by reporters said they were opposed to the use of the Taft-Hartley law to get the mills producing again. ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP)— Walter P. Reuther says President Eisenhower "is kidding himself if he thinks that an injunction is a substitute for justice" in the steel strike. In a speech to the United Auto Workers convention Friday anticipating Eisenhower's action in invoking the Taft-Hartley law to end the strike, Reuther said: "We will stand with the Steelworkers as a part of the American labor movement, and we will back them up until they win this struggle for their fair measure of economic and social justice." NOAH EMERSON KAFER JEFFERSON - Funeral services for Noah Emerson Kafer, 83. were held Friday at 2 p.m. at the Slininger Funeral Chapel here, with the Rev. Arnold F. Boehnke, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, officiating. Two hymns were sung by Mrs. C. C. Charles, accompanied by Mrs. J. W. Russell. Mr. Kafer was buried in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Pallbearers were Junior Van Sickle, John Shearman, George Scheuermann, Horace Burnell, Ralph Jackson and George Jackson. The son of Christopher and Martha Kafer, he was born at Glidden Oct. 5, 1876, and reared in the Glidden community. His marriage to Alice L. Carpenter, Ralston, took place in 1900. In 1920 the family moved to a farm in Greenbrier Twp., Greene County, where he lived until 1941. For the past 18 years Mr. Kafer lived in Jefferson. He died Oct. 6 at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kafer at Jefferson. He is survived by three children, Tony Kafer and Alice G. Kafer, Jefferson; Donald Kafer, Estherville; 8 grandchildren; one brother, Myron Kafer, LaCenter, Wash.; and seven sisters: Hettie Bruntlett, San Francisco, Calif; Anna Wilkins, Salt Lake City, Utah; Hester Darrah, Corning; Caroline Bruntlett, Council Bluffs; Susie Goodyear and Hilda Kafer, Iowa City, and Lucy Huffman, Scr.anton. His wife, son Verle, his parents and three brothers, John, Roy and Howard Kafer, have preceded him in death. ON STUDENT DIET ATCHISON, Kan. — A seat on the Student Diet at St. Bendlct's College here has been taken by David Slater, R.F.D. 1, Templeton, la., in his capacity as the elected president of the sophomore class. The diet is the undergraduate governing body of the college which cooperates with administration officers Jn the conduct of student affairs. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Slater. He was graduated from Sacred Heart High School in May, 1958. SUFFERS CONCUSSION Dewey E. Belts of Coon Rapids who suffered a mild concussion in the Coon Rapids - Glidden football Mrs. Tom Lake, 1-eavenworth, j game Friday night at Glidden, was Kan., left Friday morning after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. Ann Hagedorn. Mrs. A. F. WUte Is leaving the held overnight at St. Anthony Hospital, but probably will be dismissed today, his attending physician said this morning. Betts, 16 years old, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. first of the week to spend .several' Harry Betts of Coon Rapids and Corn- (Continued from Page 1) of 62,884,000 bushels of soybeans for Iowa—third largest in history. The yield per acre of 26.5 bushels is the second highest ever and is the same as the Sept. 1 forecast. But like corn, the harvesting of soybeans also is off to a slow start because of wet weather. Here's the latest outlook on other Iowa crops: Sorghum grain—estimated production is 3,648,000 bushels, about a fourth of the 13,090,000 bushels produced in 1958 but more than double the 10-year average production of 1,759,000 bushels. Hay and pasture—hay output estimated at 7,938,000 tons, about one per cent under the record 8,057,000 tons of 1958, but 24 per cent above the 10-year average. The average hay yield is 2.23 tons per acre, highest on record. Frequent rainfall and cool weather helped pastures through^ out the state and pasture condition on Oct. 1 was reported as 93 per cent of normal. In only two of the past 25 years have Iowa pastures been in better condition at this time of year. Dennis Selfen Wins Scholarship IOWA CITY — Dennis Sellen, son of Mr, and Mrs. Leo Sellen, 233 S. East Street, Carroll, is one of five State University of Iowa seniors who have been awarded $220 Texaco Scholarships, given for the first time at SUI this year. He is in the college of liberal arts.' The scholarships are made availab 1 e through a fund given by the Texaco Company to tax-supported colleges and universities to deserving male students in science and engineering curricula. Clothing Stolen From Parked Auto The Carroll County Sheriffs, f- fice was informed Saturday of theft of a quantity of men's clothing from a parked car at Manning. Stolen from the car of Richard Schrum were three suits, a topcoat and 12 western shirts. Mr. Schrum, a resident ol Colorado, was visiting his mother, Mrs. Nick Schrum. Vacation days are drawing to « close. Maybe now you can start days with her mother, Mrs. Lena {was admitted to tho hospital at 10 saving money again —tor Christ Rodman, at Muscatine, [ p m | mas.

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