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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 12, 1959
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Up All CARD OP THANKS to 25 words . over 25 words..-. $1.50 _6o per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column inch $1.60 Additional Insertions _...$1.40 Classified displays take*! until 10 a. m. riav of publication except Saturday nvfd 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 ». 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 VSXN ^X/%^N* P V*X^N^V^^\^% Cards of Thanks "~ CART) OF THANKS T wish to thank the Rev. Edward Moorman, hospital chaplain, other rlergv, sisters of St. Anthony Hns- nitaT' staff, nurses, friends and neighbors for masses, prayers, flowers, cards and other kindnesses rttirine my recent hospltallzatlon. 011 . C. H. (Mac) Hermsen 3-240-ltc Announcements 6 Farm Products 31 Houses for Sale FOR SALE: 165 HVLINE IIEXS. Phone flalbur 2217. 31-240-2tc FOR SALE: YEARLING HY.-LINE hens, 60c each. L,. T. Wertmont, Phone 9029. 31-239-2tp Farm Machinery 33 FOR SALE: 12A JOHN DEERE Combine. A-l condition. Priced right. Elmer Kruse, Glhlden. Iowa. 33-239-3tc DIAL 3030 FOR FRESH CUT FLOW- ers for anv occasion. Ann's Flower and_Glft_Shop._ 6-222-24tc TV~ANTKNNA AM) ROTOR RE- palr.—Call 9513 we'll fix it promptly and reasonably. We service all makes of television. Sporrer's TV. 6-240-Gtc Loans 12 Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One ,"You Can'* Beat A LAND BANK LOAN' Her* ore iom« of tht many reuiont why you should choeie • Land Bank Loan • Payments are low • You can pay In advance/ without penalty • Local loan service See or write Federal Land Bank Association Phil Dennis — Manager Masonic Bldg., Carroll, Iowa Phone 3805. PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $500.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $500— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa Business Services 14 IS THE PICTURE CLEAR? DON'T wait until your TV set blacks out! Now's the time to have those minor repair or adjustments made. You will avoid the expense of major parts replacement. Call on us. Coast to Const. 14-240-6tc IT'S TIME TO S1HNE! RENT A Blssell Shampoo Master Cleaner for rugs. 51.00 a day. Coast-to- Coast Store. 14-100-ltc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Joe s Paint Center, 14-135-ltc DIAL 4888 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. HK Cleaners. JI^L 31 ."}*? S~T~A~R"i r E R7~Oi3NEKATO""U, ftlAC!- ncto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Kcinart Service across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive Service. FREE SOIL TESTING SERVICE. Now is the time to test for fall and spring fertilizer needs. 1-arm- -4-238-()tc _ GREETING CARDS— LARGEST SB- lectlon, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If it's greeting cards it's at Stone Printing Co. _ 14-125-tfc SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. Good Things to Eat _ 18 MA UK IT A HABIT! 1WING THE family and dine 'out 1 with us at least once a week. Pauline's Cafe. MaleTielp Wanted 21 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 TRUUt DRIVER WANTED. I'HONK Farm Service, W.ANTKI): OI'KKATOU FOR SIO- ljlU( urliulcM', nilxur. Farm Service, Hrcilu. ___ 2 i"'^^" 3 li ; FAItM 11 KM' WANTKI). MAHIUKD or single. Phone 55W, Breda- „.„ 80 VEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 'J.'i to 45, with good car. S100 To start. Write P. O. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfo Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS. KIJRKE MO- tur Inn. Inquire Hubert A. Wright. _ ' _ 22-238-lfc WANTED: WOMEN TO WOltK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply in person. ' 2-236-tc Oconrn Foods X'o. GIRL WANTED: PART TIME. GOOD pay. Apply in person. Lincoln __Club, Curroll, Iowa. ___2^2 : 10-atc BAY WAITRESS WANTED: NO Sundays, no nights. Frit/.'s Place, 323 No. Slain. 22-240-litc Salesman Wanted 25 8 USED 22B PICKERS; 5 USED NEW Idea 2-row pickers; 2 used Minneapolis 2-row pickers; 2 used IHC 24 pickers; 1 used Allis Chalmers mtd. picker with stalk ejector; 1 used John Deere 200 picker. Schenkelberg Impl. Co. 33-209-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: PUREBRED SPOTTED Poland Boars, Vac. Albert Wenck 5 mi. No. 1\' z East Carroll. 41-240-ltp 2 PUREBRED CHESTER WHITE Boars. Vaccinated cholera, Erysipelas, Lepto. Robert Overmohle, 1st place west of. Roselle. 41-240-2tp FOR SALE: 2 YOUNG RAMS, 12 feeder pigs, Norbert F. Renze, Rt. 3, Carroll. 41-239-2tp FOR SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vac- clnnatcd double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Briggs, 8 miles south of Templelon corner and 5Mi west. 41-173-3tc DUROO BOARS, VAC. FQR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lento. At Farm His north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Kanninger, 3 west, 3% north, Manning. 41-206-tfc LAJVDRAC1S HOARS. , EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of _Carroll^ 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Olidden. 41-209-tfo FOR SALE: fiO HEAD OF PURE- bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2'^ miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc Pets 46 SALUKI - GREYHOUND 'CROSS pups. Ideal for jacks, fox and coyote. Don Kasperbauer, Manning, Iowa. 4G-238-3tc Building Supplies 47 SPECIAL P1UCE ON ODD SIZE window sash units. Carroll Lumber Co. 47-240-Gtc PLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—Sic each. See us for all your winter needs. We install glass in your windows and doors. Dial 3248, Green Bay Lumber Co. 47-237-ttc LUM BURR SEZ: All men may be born equal, but it requires a lot of work to stay that way. INSULATE! NOW WITH Rock- wool Insulation $1.07 a bag. Save up to 40% in fuel this winter and keep your house 15° cooler next summer. PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply 814 W 9th — Carroll 47-240-ltc HousehldSoods 51 GERrS A GAY GIRL— READY FOR a whirl after cleaning carpets with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. __ _ 51-240-1 tc TWIN UED COMPLETE WITH NEW mattress, $37.80. Matt Furniture Co. 51-240-2tc FOR SALE: SPINET PIANO. USED short time — can be seen near here. Substantial savings to responsible parly. Cash or terms. Write Iowa Piano Company, 15ox 271, Dos owa- 51-240-llc WI5 HAVE A GOOD SELECTION OF refrigerators, ranges and used electrical appliances, now. Helres Electric. 51-197-tfc GIANT IS OU. FT. CORONADO home freezer . . . $199.95, Only $5.00 clown. Gambles. 51-lllstfc "Tom Thumb" TYPEWRITER with Carrying Case Uses Standard lUbbon Compare at$l'J.U5 P,.|, !e $1 2.95 63 SOtTTH SIDE, 4-Bf>BM. . Ideal family home In excellent, location between town and schools. Large kitchen, dining rm., carpeted living rm. den, bath down. Bedrooms and bath up. This house Is In excellent, condition. Garage. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-240-2tc FOR SALE: 2 A 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 Apartment for Rent 65 APT. DIAL 8703. eS-229-tfe 2-BEDROOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FUR- nished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. DIAL 8109. 65-132-tfc Farms for Sale 67 I HAVE 20 FARMS TO PICK 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 Used Cars & Trucks 71 FOR SALE: 1951 BUICK, 2 DOOR hardtop super, new tires, mechanically A-i. Phone 4446 or see at Lloyd's Trim Shop. 71-240-ltc FOR SALE: 1951 BUICK SUPER Riverta. Lot of dependable transportation, low cost. Dial 2239. 71-240-3tc 1040 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 1959 MODELS. BIG Discount on all 1959 Ply. We need the space for the GO models! Remember all Plymouths have torsion air ride as std. equipment. Biggest savings of the year. Stop in today. Wittrocks. 71-234-tfc Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOU 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 HOUR OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Pontiac dealer before you 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 Sole Date Claimed Nov. 17—Wilfred Irlmeier, Closing Out. Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and 3V4 south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 3Yt miles south. Wleland & Kerkhoff Bros., Aucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24- -William Dorplng- haus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Vj milo wust. Wieland and Tigges, Aucts. November 25 - .Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, IVfe miles East of Dedham. Wieland, Irlbeck & Tlgges, Aucts. N»v 30 Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and 94 West of Lldderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wieland, Aucts. Dec. 1 Win. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 ana 4 miles south on Airport road, Vz mile east and VJi mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2Vi east and Vz mile south of Wllley. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dec. 10 — Mrs. Bertha Hossling & Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile East and 2V4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 1% South of Lidder- dalis. Boss & Byerly, Aucts. Dec. 14 — Dwight Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 milos West and V4 mile North of Glldden, or 4 miles East and Vt mile South of Willey. Boss. Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30, 1 rflllo south, 1 mile east and 3 A south, Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wiederin. Closing Out Sale. IVi miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south. V< east of Breda. Grote & Byerly, Aucts. Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT • OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7798 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed anil qualified as administra- trix of the estate of Leonard H. Bruggeman deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Hazel Bruggeman Russell S. Wunschel, Attorney Dated October 10, 1959 •Oct. 12, 19, 26, 1959 Steel- (Continued from Page 1) Cut-Price Toy House 55-240-ltc roil SAJ-K: NK\V ilAS FlUtNACB, 150,000 BTU. Space heater, 60,000 BTU. Diul 3297. 55-228-tfC WANTED: SALESMAN I'OK CAll- i roll territory, home nights, salary plus commission. Paiu vacation, ! group imurtuice, no experience necessary. Write PO Box 372. Car- roil I-nwft, -ir»-'23!J-St.(l Room for Rent 60i unemployment of 800,000 national unemployment still is below five million, a total that the President has not considered an emergency in the past. The board is to file its report with the President by Friday, panel might seek an extension of the deadline if it felt time would help mediate the dispute. Under the law, the President would not be bound by the board's recommendation. Called Inadequate In a copyrighted interview in U.S. News & World Report today, Taylor said the emergency strike procedures of the Taft - Hartley law are inadequate to deal with big strikes. Taylor had been interviewed .by the magazine before he was appointed to head the board. Two basic issues separate management and labor in the strike —wages and contract changes. The steel companies say they have offered wages and benefits worth 15 cents an hour over a two-year period. The union says it wants an increase of 15 cents an hour for each year. The companies also seek contract changes that they say would decrease labor costs. The union opposes these changes. Before the strike began, steel workers were averaging $3.11 an hour. AN HONEST EFFORT ... An elderly lady tries hard to unravel the mystery of an abstract painting in Paris, France. It was exhibited at the city's First Biennial of Abstract Art. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Stephen L. Huffman went to Indianola Friday to meet Mr. Huffman's sister, Sarah Lee Huffman, a freshman student at Simpson College. All attended homecoming at Iowa City Saturday, returning Sunday. While in Iowa City, Sarah Lee stayed with Becky Barels and Sandra Hensel of Carroll, students at the University. William C. Blackwell of Richardson, Tex., arrived Saturday evening to join his wife and son Scott who have been visiting Mrs. Blackwell's parents Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany while he was on a business trip to California. They will be here until Wednesday or Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. Paul Anneberg and family returned Sunday night from Iowa City, where they visited in the home of Mrs. Anneberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Spencer, and attended -the Iowa - Michigan game Saturday afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Anneberg and daughter Beth, and Marianne van Schaik had come to Iowa City Saturday morning from Chicago where Dr. Anneberg attended a meeting of the North Central Section of the American Urological Assn. at the Drake Hotel Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. He is a member of the Association. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kross returned Saturday from a two-week vacation. They visited their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kurth at Savannah, 111., and relatives at Clinton and Davenport. They also visited friends at Anamosa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maystadt are moving Wednesday from the Wernimont Apartments to the residence at 333 North Crawford Street, formerly occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Michael Niehaus. The Niehaus family moved recently to the home at 339 North Crawford, purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Tranter. > U.N.- .(Continued from Page 1) roll, roil KENT: HLKUPINQ UOOM wtili shower, iiow\n town one person. Dial 99ti5. G0-ii24-tfc Heads are much too scarce, kids, to use them for diving into strange swimming places. Latin-American seat now held by Panama. ECOSCO Contest One contest also was listed for the Economic and Social Council, between India and Japan to take the seat held by Pakistan. Unopposed candidates were Brazil, to succeed Mexico; Denmark, to succeed Finland, and Britain, Poland and the Soviet Union for re-election. The ECOSCO terms, also starting Jan. 1, are for three years. The rival Security Council aspirants were outwardly optimistic, but both expected considerable balloting. Other delegates predicted neither would got the necessary two- thirds majority in the 82-nation Assembly and that after five or six fruitless ballots, the Assembly would postpone further voting to next week. A deadlock could persist indefinitely if hard-core backers of the two rivals held firm. This might result in a compromise dark horse. Installation- (Continued from Page 1) stalled as pastor of First Presbyterian Church in Carroll. The Rev. Frank Mease offered prayer and gave the charge to the pastor, v/hile the Rev. Peter DeBeer opened with the call to worship, the invocation prayer and later, the charge to the congregation. The Rev. Mr. Mease, pastor of the churches at Vail and West sida, told the Rev. Mr. Peterson that he was variously to serve as bishop, minister, presbyter, ambassador, steward and pastor, and that most important was his work as pastor. His people as individu als in their work, in their homes, in their kitchens is the most im portant part of the church life, he said. In Jesus' life, and in Paul's ministry and writings, this stands out, he explained. Charge to Congregation The congregation was charged by the Rev. Mr. DeBeer to remember that the Rev. Mr. Peterson may ask for persons to aid in all manner of church work, but he'll most appreciate laymen who come to him to offer to assist when there is a job to be done. His pastorship will be most effective as an individual dealing with individuals, he said. The congregation must remember that if their pastor were not a human being, he would not know what their troubles and joys might be, and he could not really help them in the work of the church and its membership, he concluded. Mr. DeBeer is from Odebolt. Mrs. Howard Mohler was at the organ, and the solo before the sermon was "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains" by Mrs. Clyde Campbell. Following the service in the sanctuary, the membership and their guests were served refreshments in the undercroft. The Mariners' Club of the church was host, their committee-in-charge including Mr. and Mrs. Robert Richardson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fabricius. Mrs. Colburn Collinge and Mrs. Peterson were seated at the serving table. The Rev. Mr. Peterson is a native of Lakewood, Ohio, and a graduate of Ohio University at Athens, Ohio. He graduated from McCormick Theological Seminary at Chicago, and was ordained by the Presbytery of Columbus, Synod of Ohio, July 24, 1949. He comes here from Cleghorn, and prior to his coming to Iowa, served as an army chaplain in Alaska. Mrs. Peterson, the former Jean Armstrong, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Armstrong of Point Pleasant, N. J. Their three children are Andrew, 9; John, 5; and Mary Elizabeth, 2 years. Kennedy- (Continued from Page 1) cans put in the labor reform bill many features intended to weak en rights of honest unions and not aimed at racketeers. The convention also cheered Kennedy's statement, "I am unalterably opposed on both the federal and state level to the so- called right-to-work laws." ! Kennedy said the UAW and Reuther have "the vision without which the people of the world will perish." INFANT BAPTIZED Patricia Joleen Heller, inl a n t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heller Jr., was baptized at 1 p.m. Sunday at SS. Peter and Paul Church by the Rev. Edmoad Adams. Sponsors were A 3-c Ronald Heller and Judy Eifler. Lunch was served in the home of (he ba- liy's parents foll.gwing_th£_.bai)tism. HOLD SCAVENGER HUNT A scavanger hunt provided en! tertainment for the Junior High | M.Y.F. Sunday evening. After the hunt, a committee of mother?, Mrs. John Martin, Mrs, Wayne Harriott and Mrs. Wayne Webers, served refreshments at the church. Clyde Bayliss and Bert Lockhart are sponsors of the group. Khrushchev Crimes Disclosed in Report WASHINGTON 'AIM — Testimony of nine witnesses on purges, and man-made famine n the Ukraine during the 1930s and 1940s has been released in a new congressional report titled 'The Crimes of Khrushchev." The report, second of a series being released by the House Committee on Un-American Aclivities, contains testimony taken Sept. 9, 10 and 11 prior to the arrival of Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev on Sept. 15 for his U. S. tour. Nicholoas Prychodko, an engineer from Toronto, Canada, testified he lived in the Ukraine during the 1930-33 famine. Prychodko said most of the Ukrainian food crop was exported on orders from Moscow because of resistance in the Ukraine to the Communists. He said that at that time Khrushchev was in the Ukraine as "one of the esteemed executors of Stalin's genocide of the Ukrainian population." Petro Pavlovych, former editor of a newspaper in the Ukrainian community of Vinnitsa, told of the 1943 discovery there of 95 mass graves of 9,439 bodies—victims of a 1937-38 purge when Khrushchev was first secretary of the Central Committee of the Communist party in the Ukraine. The former editor said his real name is Apollon Trembow and that he now lives at Orrtanna, Pa. Custodial Post To Rep. Maggert DES MOINES (API—State Rep. Robert Maggert (R-Afton) was appointed Monday as state superintendent of buildings and grounds, effective Oct. 19. He succeeds P. G. Manning, who was relieved of his duties by the State Executive Council Sept. 30. Maggert's salary will be $6,600 a year, the same as Manning was drawing. Maggert, 61, served as a postal employe for 33 years after World War I. He also was a former field director for the American Red Cross in Morgan County, Ind. He served one term as Union County auditor and has been in the Legislature for two terms. He was in social service work for two years, including one year on the staff of the Glenwood State School. Garden Club Notes Its 25th Anniversary (Ttmeg Herald News Service) MANNING — Mrs. Earl Roberts was hostess to the Manning Garden Club Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Ida Wiese as co-hostess. A 6:30 potluck dinner was served in observance of the clubs 25th an niversary. The group dined at quar tot tables, with appointments in silver. The exhibit committee decorated the home with flowers. Roll call was "Now is the time to —". Annual secretary and treasurer's reports were given, as well as the adutiting report. An invitation has been received by the club to attend the Driftwood Show at Jefferson Oct. 12, and a silver tea following. Mrs. Louise Sinn and Mrs. Mary Boysen volunteered to serve on the telephone committee. Mrs. Herman Pahde was elected president following the resignation of Mrs. Ed Knaack. Edna Halbur presented corsages to Mary Boysen, Louise Sinn, Mrs. Pahde and Mrs. Gus Jensen, charter members; also to Mrs. Willis Puck and L. J. Nickum, past presidents. Mrs. Pahde read a history of the club compiled by Mrs. Boysen. Mrs. A. F. Smith gave the lesson "Our Gardens on Film." The next meeting will be with Mrs. Nickum. CAREER DAY OCT. 24 SIOUX CITY — St. Joseph School of Nursing's annual Career Day is to be held Saturday, Oct. 24. An all-day program is planned with registration at 9:30 a.m. Highlights of the day include planned tours, a program by the student nurses and a noon luncheon. Young wom- or who are high school graduates or who are in the junior or senior class in high school are invited to attend. Consultants from the fields of nursing, x-ray, laboratory technology, and diet therapy will be available. Students presently enrolled in St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing from Carroll include Ann Marie Hermsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hermsen; Kathleen Ann Monahan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monahan, and Eileen Susan Reiff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence E. Reiff. HAYRIDE Seven carloads of young people took part in a hayride under auspices of the Senior Youth Fellowship of the Carroll Methodist Church Sunday night. Meeting in the church at 7 p.m., the group went to the Duff farm near Scranton for their hayride returning to the church in Carroll for a chili supper later in the evening. Supper was served by Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Richardson, Mrs. B. B. Lehman and Mrs. D. R. Weaver. Chaperons for the hayride were V. Stuart Perry and Bob Griffith, In honor of Mr. Perry's birthday, a decorated birthday cake was served with the supper. PROFITABLE PROJECT Junior High M.Y.F. conducted a profitable carwash Saturday, in spite of the weather. Members of the group got a late start because of the rain, but their advisor, Clyde Bayliss, said they were dressed for the job, worked most of the day, | and realized $22. j Woman Dies in Iowa Crash cor.vni, m.f.F'KS 'AP'~Mis. frln Connor. 46, Omaha, was killer) i Sunday nif,'hf. in ?» collision involv- ! ing two trucks and fhp car in which s.hc was riding. Her husband. Morris. 63, \<.n? in ffiirly good condition with facial and chest injuries Monday. The two truck drivers were not. hurt. Police «ave these details of the accident: A truck driven by Floyd Lang, 54, Mondamin, stopped at. 40th and Hroadway, preparatory to making a left. turn. Floyd Wijjmgton. S3, Council Bluffs, going in the same direction as Lang, swerved to avoid striking the other truck and collided wit.h the Connor car. Wifjington was held under $3,000 bond for investigation. No charge was filed. PIXIES' FRIEND . . . Actress Erin O'Brien has decided that the little people are no longer working against her. Homcwise and cnreerwise, things are looking up for the dark-haired movie- land beauty. 1 $1,300 Token in Greenfield Break-in GREENFIELD (AP)— Burglars pried open a combination safe and Filing cabinet at the Patterson Produce Co. Saturday night and made off with $1,300 in cash, owner Paul Patterson said Monday. Patterson said the burglars carefully sorted out the checks and took only the cash. TV- (Continued from Page 1) having come from a woman contestant. She alleged that the quiz show's producer questioned her in advance on her knowledge of certain subjects, purportedly to "choke her off" the program. There still was no word on whether Charles Van Doren, a big winner on the "Twenty One" show, would accept an invitation to testify before the House Legislative Oversight subcommittee. Chairman Oren Harris (D-Ark) declined to comment on whether a subpoena would be issued for Van Doren, who won $129,000 on the quiz show three years ago. Van Doren consistently has disclaimed any knowledge of the show's being rigged. Other "Twenty One" contest ants have testified that they were given answers in advance. As the hearing moved into the home stretch, a Presbyterian Church official said the television industry had sacrificed "ethics, morality and honor" for high audience ratings on the quiz shows. Opens Letter The Rev. Lawrence McMaster Jr. of New York, executive director of the Department of Radio and Television of the United Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A., said in an open letter to the networks and the federal communica- ;ions commission: "The only criterion of right and wrong was last night's rating. All was geared to this. The one thing the show had to be was popular. Morality and truth were complete- y sacrificed to popularity." A spokesman for the Mutual Broadcasting System replied that :he integrity of Mutual's former quiz shows has never been ques- ioned. Other networks have said they did not know some shows were being rigged by individual producers. Testimony by FCC chairman John Doerfer was attacked Sunday by Robert W. Lishmanr-chief counsel for the subcommittee. Doerfer said Saturday the rigging of quiz shows is a fraudulent and deceptive practice. He added 'neither the prosecuting attorney n New York nor I have been able o pinpoint any violation of the .aw." Woman's Club Meets in Arcadia ARCADIA — The October meeting of the Arcadia Woman's Club was held Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Henrietta Peters. The business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Denis Leiting. The club voted to purchase and erect a Christmas Pag•ant tableau in the City Park, and o make scrap books for the chil- Iren in the Manning and Carroll 'lospitals. Mrs. Walter Lussman vported on the District, meeting 11 Pocahontas attended by Chris- ,ine Mess, Mrs. Lussma'n, Mrs. Leiting and Mrs. William Nobiling. Kach reported on the workshops e attended. Mrs. Grovcr Evers gave a lesion on "Techniques used in Drama," and Miss Mess reported on 'The Art of Music in our Lives." Towels made by the Blind Wonen of Iowa, a project sponsored by the Iowa Federated Women's lubs were displayed, sold, and additional orders placed. The song of the month, "Just As I Am" was .ting in unison. Roll call was .art original drawing exhibited by each member. Refreshments were served by the hostess at the close of the meeting during the social hour. ATTEND REUNION Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank and children Gerald, Loa Dawn and Diann, attended a Benton fam- ly reunion in Cedar Rapids Sunday. The group of 30 had a dinner party at the Twin Towers, The af- ;ernoon was spent visiting and making plans for next year's reunion to be held in Sepember at Marshalltown under chairmanship of Archie Kinrad, Maquoketa. Har,an Benton, Lost Nation, was in charge of this year's arrangements. Others from this area who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Fike Jerdes, Lake View, and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin D. Lenz, Larry and Ronald, Westside. Mrs. Moore Is Visiting in Auburn (Times Herald New* .Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Oral Hopper and Mrs. Car lie Moore of Huron, S. D., were guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and family. Mrs. Moore remained for an indefinite visit. Mrs. Alice Comstock of Lake City visited Sunday afternoon in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Stella Crouch. Mrs. Crouch is ill. Mr. and Mrs. George Wernimont, Mrs. Marie Stewart and T. P. .Weimer visited Sunday with relatives at Council Bluffs. Marvin Hamilton of Omaha, Neb. has been spending a few days vacation in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton. Ward Bean of Maryvilb, Mo. visited over the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and M^s. C. M. Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smits and son of Storm Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Putbrese of Breda were Sunday dinner guests. Sixteen members of the United Presbyterian Women's Association attended Guest Day at the Wheat- and Presbyterian Church west of Breda. A missionary talk was given by Mrs. Rene Kurth of Lake City telling of a meeting she had attended at Purdue last summer. Refreshments were served. Mrs. H. Kitt Is Pinochle Hostess (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Members of th« Tuesday afternoon Pinochle Club were entertained at the home of VIrs. Herman Kitt. Mrs. John Stangl received the high bid prize, Mrs. Herman Kitt, the high score, and Mrs. Joseph Kitt the low. .unch was served by the hostess after the games. Members of the local American .egion Post No. 20 held their regu- ar monthly meeting at the Amer- can Legion Hall Tuesday evening, with Commander Aldred Tigges presiding. Routine reports were given, also an accounting of the group's most recent project, the benefit dance held at the Starline n late September. Thomas Newell was releas e d :rom St. Anthony Hospital after"undergoing surgery there about two weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Newell :ave gone to the home of their son- n-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cleaver near Audubon to IN HOSPITAL (Times Herald Jfewa Service) DEDHAM — George Roberts, who has been working with a construction crew near Sioux City, is in Room 217 North, St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Sioux City, where he underwent an emergency appendectomy Oct. 7. His sisters Mrs. Leo Barrett and Iva Huberts, and brother Milo of Coon Rapids, have been visiting him at various times since his admission to the hospital Oct. 6. The (Jirl Scout.s of the United States were organized by Juliette Gordon Low, who founded them in 1912 at Savannah, Ga. Creston School Entered, $27 Taken CRESTON (AP) — The Creston senior and junior high school buildings were broken into Sunday night. Authorities said the safe at the high school \\tis punched and $27 was taken. The burglars overlooked an undisclosed additional amount in the safe. Nothing was taken at the junior high. The safe was in the superintendent's office, which also was ransacked, as was the kitchen and some other rooms. TWO CUILUKGN Two children received the sacrament of baptism Sunday morning during the worship service at the Presbyterian Church, Receiving the rile were Uo.xuune Kaye Olule, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvia Ohde, and James Michael Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale ---ii'SiSi

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