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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Justness Services 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 CARD OP THANKS rra to 26 words 11.50 jjj ov er 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column Inch. $1.60 Additional Insertions .,-... $1.40 PP u A v .,i_j Displays taken until 10 a. m. „,.„ "of publication except Saturday Sntl 8 a: m. on Saturday. Regular elasslflcd till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 i. m Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER . 6 cents _15 cents _24 cents Announcements FOR FRESH CUT FLOW- ers for any occasion. Ann's Flower Ind Gift Shop. 6-222-24tc Jv ANTENNA AND ROTOR, RE* nnlf Call 9513 we 11 fix 11 Tirornptlv and reasonably. We 1'prvlce 'all makes of television. Iporrer's TV. 6-240-6tc Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS UP TO $500.00. prompt local service. Community £aari Service, Carroll. 12-209-ltc rlcnSONAL LOANS UP TO $500— Loans and Installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll. Iowa 12~158"ltc Business Services 14 WHITE LEAD HOUSE FAINT, NEW vet old fashioned, Pigment; 85% White lead, 15% Titanium. Joe's 1'n In t Center. 14-133-ltc rOMI'J.KTE TV & KADIO SERVICE on all makes, Incl. car radios Prompt. Reasonable. Qualified technician. Coast-to-Coast Store Dial 93(33. 14-96-tfc LADIES DON'T THROW AWAY vour discarded clothing, bring {hem to us and have rugs made out of them. Andy's Rug Shop 1008 North Main, fclal 3795. 14-241-3tc 7s~THE VICTURK OI.KAR? DON'T wait, until your TV set blacks out Nnw's the time to have minor repair or adjustments made You will avoid the expense of rnalor parts replacement. Call on us Coast to Coast. 14-240-6tc V)I VL 4333 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts 1IR Cleaners. 14-231-tfc A R T E R, GENEftATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnari 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. 14-222-tfc FKKE SOI!, TESTING SERVICE Now Is the time to test for fal and spring fertilizer needs. Farmers Grain and Lbr. Co. 14-238-Gtc BEITER'S MARKET FRESH DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS Cube, Tender Minute Steaku,. 6^c Lenn, No Bone Pork Cutlets Lb . 49c Lean Spare Ribs Lb . 49c Wilson, All Meat Wieners L b. 59c Home-made Bologna L b. 59c Best Grade Bacon Lb . 49c Lean, Cubed Beef Stew Lb . 59c Lean Pork Roast Lb. 39c Lard 2 S, 39c Oleo 5i,>, 98c Del Monto Catsup 2bot s . 39c Del Monte Peas 2 cun s 39c Van Camp Pork & Beans 2 c « ns 39c Sweet Potatoes 3 L hs . 25c Jonathan Apples 2 Lbs . 25c Mixed Vegetables 2 C an S 39c 18-242-ltc 14 SAWS SHARPENED. C. C. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. 14-233-12tp "N^^^i^^'^>j»'Sxx^^N^ i xx i x^v^'«-ri->M»'%^->rf-«^Nx>^Nrf*N tood Things to Eat 18 UMPRINS FOR JACK-O-LAN- terns; White Potatoes 25 Ibs. 59c; Jnnathon Apples $2.89 bu.; Cookies 4 pkes. $1.00; fresh Bull Heads 49c lb.; Brenny's MarRet. 18-242-ltc Livestock Wanted 43 t!m«* Herald, Carroll, la. f P» W«dn«tday, Oct. 14, 1959 | ^ If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 • Von Doren(Continued from Page 1) Representing >. 't * rv-\,*t Delicious at Pauline's Cafe Sioux City Dressed Beef,, Inc. 43-177-ltc Building Supptiet 47 INSULATE NOW WITH ROCKWOOL Insulation. $1.07 a bag. Save up to 40% In fuel this winter. Kanne Lumber & Supply. Phone 4373^ _ SPECIAL PRICE ON ODD. SIZE window sash units. Carroll Lumber Co. 47-240-6tc PLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—SIC each. See us for all your winter needs. We Install glass in your windows and doors. Dial 3248, FRESH COUNTRY sale. Dial 9711. EGGS FOR 18-241-5tc STEWING CHICKENS. $1 DRESSED. Edward Korwes, Carroll. Rt. 2. Business Opportunities 19 FOR SALE: FLESHNER'S REST- aurant. Stnall profitable business. Must sell before Jan. 1st account of other plans. Call 2020 Carroll or 7181 Lake City. 19-241-61 Male Help Wanted 21 MARRIED MAN WITH FARM EX- perlenru to work the year around. Excellent: living quarters. Inquire In person. Dr. Chester A. Brecher, Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-12tc WANTED: EXPERIENCED KNIFE sharpener. Immediate employment. Apply In person. Ocoma Foods Co. 21-242-3tc ROUTE MAN, ESTABLISHED TER- rltory, home nights, experience not necessary. Earn while vou learn. Contact Mr. Gill 910'North Carroll St. Wednesday, October 14 at 8 p.m. 21-241-2tc 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 Household Goods 51 GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO Home Freezer . . . $229.95. Onl $5.00 down. Gambles. 51-242 Dnly 2-tfc THREE DRAWER CHEST OF drawers $17.00; four drawer chest of drawers, $19.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-242-2tc LOST BRIGHT CARPET COLORS . . . restore them wHh Blue Lustre acarpet and upholstery cleaner. Matt Furnlture_Cq. Wanted to Buy 53 WANTED TO BUY: USED KITCHEN cabinets. Phone 4418. 53-242-2tp For Sale 55 FOR SALE: 2 COMBINATION storm and screen doors. Size 34 x 6'-10. $5.00 each. Joseph Friedman, Halbur. 55-242-ltp FOR SALE: NEW GAS FURNACE 150.000 BTU. Space heater 60.00C BTU. 17 ft. Deep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-242-tfc $3.98 Value Cut Price $3.19 Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WAITRESS. BURKE MO- tor Inn. Inquire Robert A. Wright. 22-238-tfc WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply in person. Ocoma Foods Co. 22-23G-12tc GIRL WANTED: PART TIME. GOOD pay. Apply in person. Lincoln Club, Carroll, Iowa. 22-240-3tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: NO Sundays, no nights. Fritz's Place, 323 No. Main. 22-240-Btc Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: ROSE COMB. GOLDEN Siegebrelght, Bandy Roosters, Reiman Hatchery, Arcadia, Iowa. 32-242-6tc Cut-Price Toy House 55-242-ltc GOOD USED OIL BURNER. $10.00 Phone -2020, Carroll. 55-241-3tp For Rent 57 FOR RENT: OFFICE SPACE, UP stairs across from court house Write Box K % Daily Times Her aid. 57-^.41-3tc 60 Room for Rent FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOIV with shower, down town one per son. Dial 9965. 60-224-tf Houses for Sale 63 FOR SALE: LARGE HOUSE TO BE moved or wrecked, at once. McCo> Motors. 63-241-31 Farm Machinery 33 WIDE TYPE WAGON HOIST, VERY g aod condition. Tom Madigan, ial 2052. 33-242-2tc SPECIALS: WAYNE HANGING Feeders only $2.98 each: Permanent Antl Freeze $1.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Cu. 33-242-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: PUREBRED SPOTTED Poland Boars, Vac. Albert Wenck, 5 ml. No. 2V& East Carroll. 41-240-ltp DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Farm 1V> north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz _and_Son. 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Hannlnger, 3 west, 3}i north. Manning. 41-206-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD F. Brincks, 2 miles east, 4 south of jCnrrolL 41-216-tfc FOIl SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Glidden; 41-209-tfo FOR SALE: 50 HEAD OF PURE- hred Spoiled Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2'/i miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. 4l-231-tfc STOCKER & FEEDER SALE FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16 Starting at 1:00 P. M. 3000 CATTLE 3000 225 Choice Antfus steor calves, 375-475 ibs. 175 Choice Angus heifer calves, 375-450 Ibs. 200 Good-choice Hereford steer and heifer calves, 375-475 Ibs. 175 Good-choice North Dakota Hereford steers, 425-500 Ibs. 157 Choice Hereford steer calves, 425-500 Ibs. 183 Choice Hereford heifer calves, 400-475 Ibs. 150 Good-choice Kansas Hereford steers and heifers, 400-475 Ibs. SPECIAL 265 Choice South Dakota Hereford steers, 650-000 Ibs. These are Mark & Milt Trask cattle from Wasta, South Dakota, are top quality and will suit any feeder who likes good doiog cattle. 109 Strictly choice, Western Slope Colorado Hereford steers, weighing 650-700 Ibs, 200 Choice Montana Hereford steers, 650-750 Ibs. 85 Choice Wyoming Hereford steers, 600-050 Ibs. 35 Choice Colorado Hereford steers, 675 Ibs. 75 Choice, acclimated South Dakota Hereford steers, 800 bs. 49 Choice, acclimated South Dakota Hereford heifers, 725 Ibs. (open). . (The above 124 cattle came to Iowa last spring as calves). 75 Medium-good Hereford steers, 675-725 Ibs. (Ideal kind for stalk fields). 150 Good-choice Hereford stews, 700-750 Ibs. Also expect several hundred cattle in addition to the above listings If you want and need replacement cattle the prices now look attractive and this could be the right time to buy. Come to Humboldt this Friday. HUMBOLDT LIVESTOCK AUCTION, INC. HUMBOLDT, IOWA ttyron C. Hayes, Manager — Phone 113; Res. FOIl SALE: 5 ItOOAI PAHTL modern house in Lake City. Cal .. Mrs. Win. Schnable, Glidden 3487 63-241-31 NEAK NEW 2 BEDROOM HOME one block from St. Lawrence, earlj possession. G. D. Pringle, Broker 63-241-3t' FOR SALE: 2 & S B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choos from. Before you buy or sell, cal us. Wllber Walkup Real Estate Phone 2629. 63-217-tf JUST LISTED 2 BEDROOM HOUSE close in, separate dining room new gas furnace, owner will sel on contract with small down pay ment. John Gnam Real Estate. ^^XN^ < ^Ny'NX>rf i ^NXNrf'^^S^N^^^-WXXXX%XNX-S*»'NXN^' Apartment for Rent 65 NEWLY DECORATED 3 ROO> apts. Close to town. Phone 9364 or 2296. 65-241-31 FOR RENT: LARGE THREE ROOJ apt. Heat, water furnished. Dla 3713. 65-241-tf( APT. DIAL 9703. 65-229-tf 2-BEDROOM APT. TELE FLOORS modern kitchen. Graham Apart ments. 65-22^-tf APARTMENTS AVAILABLE! FUR nished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tf PARKVIEW APTS. Farms for Sale DIAL 3109 65-132-tf WELL IMPROVED 120 ACRE CAR roll County farm. Can be bough on contract with excellent terms G. D. Prlngle, Broker. 67-241-4t I HAVE 20 FARMS TO'PICK FROM Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210. 67-236-t* HINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write o come. Thomson Realty, Granit Falls, Minn. 67-214-tf Misc. Real Estate 70 LOT FOR SALE, SOUTH SIDE 107'xll2 1 A 1 Phone 2756. 70-241-31 Used Cars & Trucks 7 FOR SALE: 1029 ble Pontiac, good CONVERTI condition. Jim Peterson, Lake City, Iowa. Phon 297. 71-242-lt FOR SALE: 1961 BUICK SUPE1 Rlveria. Lot of dependable trans portation, low cost. Dial 2239. CLOSE OUT ON 1959 MODELS. BK Discount on all 1959 Ply. We nee the space for the 60 models. Re member all Plymouths have tor slon air ride as std. equipment Biggest savings of the year. Sto In today. Wittrocks. 71-234-tf Auto Service or Van Doren's appearance be- ore the House Legislative Over- ight subcommittee Nov. 2, when he inquiry, now in recess, will esume. 'Just Heard About It' Van Doren's lawyer, Carl J. Hubino, said the young TV per- ionality would accept the subpoe- ra as soon as its delivery can be arranged. Rubino said Van Doren iad just learned about the subpoena. "He could not evade a subpoena which he did not know had been :ssued," Rubino declared. Van Doren, a Columbia University English instructor, dropped out of sight last week when the subcommittee first sought his tes- imony in Washington. The National Broadcasting Co. suspended him from a $50,000-a- year consultant's job pending the mtcome of the investigations. He got the job after winning his prize money on NBC's "Twenty-One" quiz show in 1956-57. Rubino said: "He had no .bought of evading anything. He iust became distressed when NBC ;ook him off the air summarily ast Thursday. He was disturbed and just went off. He telephoned me last night and I told him that allegedly there was a subpoena out for him. I heard it over TV." Van Doren, member of a distinguished literary family, spent the weekend in New England, the lawyer said. He visited the farm home near Cornwall, Conn., of his father Mark Van Doren. The son had obtained a week's leave of absence from his teaching post. Education Dinner j at Manning Oct 20 The Carroll County Education Association will have the semi-annual dinner meeting Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the American Legion building in Manning, beginning with a 6:30 p.m. dinner. Captain Ihde of the Strategic Air Command, Offutt Air Force Base in Omaha, will give a slide briefing on S.A.C. and the weapons alert system. Captain Ihde is a 12- year veteran of the air force, and is well decorated, a letter told Roger Hansen of the Carroll school, program chairman. The Manning schools will provide musical groups for the entertainment. Steel(Continued from Page!) 200 4-H News Ma«tingi, Activities of Boyl, Girls' Clubs 1950 1955 I960 1965 1970 1975 Fire(Continued from Page 1) north of Los Angeles. Flames damaged several homes. The La Canada home of wealthy contractor Guy F. Atkinson was severely damaged. Atkinson estimated the loss at about $50,000.- The flames also routed actor Dennis Morgan and his wife from their two-bedroom stone guest house, across the street from Atkinson's home. The husky actor and his wife went to an emergency evacuation center, set up by the Red Cross at Flintridge Preparatory School. About 200 to 300 residents were evacuated but most of them returned by daybreak as the threat to La Canada eased. Associated Press reporter Howard C. Heyn watched the fire from a command post about 1,000 feet from the flames and reported: "Flames were leaping into the air, 30 to 50 feet high. I saw a wall of flames coming down a ridge toward town, then flames on succeeding ridges. "The fire looked strangely beautiful in the nighttime air, lighting up the sky as though it were daylight." The fire- started Tuesday In dense brush alongside Angeles Crest Highway, which winds through scenic Angeles National Forest and then down to the desert. Four firefighters have been injured, one critically. Forest Service crewman Patrick Bridge, 25, was struck in the stomach by the butt of a tree he felled. its side for the past day and a half. The board must report the facts of the strike to President Eisenhower by Friday. The President then decides whether to ask for a Taft-Hartley Act injunction, which would halt the strike for an 80-day cooling off period. "There are two basic and clear- cut issues in this dispute," Cooper said. "First, whether the companies should submit to the union's rule- or-ruin demands for another inflationary increase in wages and benefits in the face of the intense and steadily increasing competition which confronts our industry both at home and abroad; and "Second, whether the new agreements will permit reasonable latitude in the management of the business, in the interest of improved efficiency and economy of operations." McDonald Has Say Union President David J. McDonald completed the union's arguments before the board Tuesday night. The union claims the company's cry of inflation is phony. McDonald also said the companies would get their way in changing local working conditions only "over our dead bodies." Cooper said in his statement the companies "are not trying to undermine or destroy the union. They do not seek to take away the basic rights of at.y employe. They are not asking for the arbitrary right to change local work practices without employe recourse to grievance procedure and arbitration." Cooper's statement seemed to place even farther from likelihood any negotiated settlement, which would make the Taft-Hartley 80- day injunction unnecessary. Referring to recent last-ditch negotiations, Cooper said "I cannot truthfully report to this board that the union made any discernible effort to reach a voluntary agreement as requested by President Eisenhower." Criticizes Both Sides The fact-finding board has been sharply critical of both sides in the dispute. George W. Taylor, the panel's chairman, expressed hope the industry- .would tell its side in the same time it took the union. UP IN SOME SMOKE . . . Nimber of cigarettes manufactured this year will set a new record of about 485 billion, 15 billion more than 1958. Cigar and clgarlllo output will be near 6.9 billion, about 350 million above 1958 and the highest since 1923. So reports the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Assuming a continuation of smoking trends in recent years and Increases in the smoklng-age population, cigarette production may rise by 53 per cent by 1975; cigars by 33 per cent. Byron Provosts Plan to Attend Parents Weekend (Tlmei Herald Newi Service) LAKE VIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Byron Provost plan to attend Parents Weekend at Colorado Woman's College, Denver, this weekend. Their daughter Janice is a member of the freshman class. Mrs. Roy Ferguson attended the D.A.R. breakfast at Sac City Friday morning, held in the E. Stren- strud home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Drilling and daughter Barbara of Glidden spent Sunday in the Don Drilling home in Sioux City. Karen Kolbe, a senior student at Drake spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Kolbe. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Westrom and daughter Cynthia, Stratford, called Sunday afternoon on Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Westrom and Oscar Westrom, a patient in the Jacobs .Nursing Home. Mrs. William Thayer and son, Webster City, returned home Mon day after a 10-day visit with her sister-in-law Mrs. Don Tjaden. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Simonsen and family and Mrs. Marie Kay, Des Moines, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zimmer. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kay and family of DePew were Sunday guests. Mr. Zimmer was observing his birthday. , Janet Tjaden, Cedar Falls, wa a homecoming weekend guest in the Harold Tjaden home. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Westring and Mrs. An na Tjaden of Wall Lake were ad ditional dinner guests' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Swanson and daughters were dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Russ Harmon a Arthur Sunday. Mr. Swanson' birthday was observed by th arth and the sun. Meteorologists elieve the latter is responsible or most of our weather. The Juno II was one of three ockets launched here Tuesday. Earlier, ,a B47 jet bomber fired 37-foot Sold Orion missile across he path of the Explorer VI "Pad- le Wheel" satellite. The missile may be the forerunner of a wea- ion designed to knock down nemy satellites. An Air Force statement issued n Washington said preliminary valuation indicates the mission vas successfully accomplished. Pentagon officials said it might ake several days to analyze data rom the missile itself and from ground observation stations. Tuesday night the Air Force aunched its dependable Thor in- ermediate range missile on a ,500-mile test flight. Nobody feels would lead to a an injunction settlement. But group. Rex Raine and Marilyn Heath Most men are indifferent to outer space. They just want a little inner space in a parking lot. Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmeler, Closing Ouf Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and 3V4 south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and 3Vi miles south. Wieland & Kerkhoff Bros., Aucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24—William Oorping- haus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Va mile west. Wieland and Tigges, Aucts. Novembtr 25 — Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, IVi miles East of Dedham. Wieland, Irlbeck & Tigges, Aucts. Nov. 30— Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % West of Lidderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wieland, Aucts. Dec. 1 -Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 8 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Vt mile east and Vt mile south. Or 2 miles north, 2Vi east and V' 2 mile south of Willey. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dec. 10 — Mrs. Bertha Hessllng & Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile East and 2V4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 1% South of Lidderdale. Boss & Byerly, Aucts. Dec. 14 — Dwight Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and Vi mile North of Glidden, 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 mile south, 1 mile east and % south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jen. 7 Dave Wlederln. Closing Out Sale. 1V4 miles west of Mt. Carmel. or 2 miles east, 2 south, V* east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. it at least would get steel mills fired up again to relieve the developing steel shortage. There are 500,000 strikers and at least 225,000 others made idle due to the strike. The union has said flatly it will seek to block inssuance of any court injunction to stop the strike. It said there is plenty of steel, with nearly 15 per cent of the industry not affected by the strike, plus some imports, to take care of essential needs and prevent harm to the nation's health and safety. Taylor said the inquiry board will continue trying for a settlement but it would take "a miracle of the first order" if one is wangled this week. Ft. Dodge, were dinner guests o Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Raine Sunday They will be married Oct. 17 a Manson. WE SUGGEST—HAVK YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driving now! See Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOB 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 YOUR OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Pontiac dealer before you buy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. 76-194-tfc TKADB FOB A NEW '*• FORD AT the easiest place to trade in western Iowa. Bill Burgess Motor Co. 76-284'tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS Here's the Way to Get Things Cooking in a BIG HURRY— or place your Want Ad by mail or in person. Serves you real de-e-lightful results. Stir up action quickly' by first working up your message. Add your name and address or telephone number. Then call 3573 Daily Times Herald Attend Guest Day At Churdan Church (Times Herald Newi Service) LANESBORO — Several members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service drove to Churdan Thursday afternoon and were guests of the Churdan Society. Mrs. Almyra Jenkins, Rita Tibbitts, Evelyn Twogood and Phyllis Harms attended a Neighborhood Brownie and Girl Scout meeting Wednesday evening at Fellowship Hall in the Lake City Methodist Church with the leaders and committee members of the Brownie and Girl Scout Troops. Plans were made for some to attend the meeting at Storm Lake Oct. 26. There will be a supper at 6:00 p.m. The Girl Scout nut sale will be Nov. 7 through 21. The next neighborhood meeting will be held Nov. 10 at the Lanesboro Scout Building. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Maddox entertained several relatives at their home Sunday for a potluck birthday dinner for Mr. Maddox, who was 75 on that day. The afternoon was spent visiting. Gregg Eugene Cochran, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Cochran, was baptized Sunday morning during church services by the Rev. Lester J. Hancock. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Launspach and daughters attended the Ice Follies Sunday at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Widman and Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Zimbeck returned home Tuesday from S. D., where they visited in the home of relatives. Mrs. Harry Kuebler has received word that her brother-in-law, Ralph Wick, LeCenter, Minn., is a medical patient at the Mankato Hospital. Mrs. Lucian Turner, the former Mabel Vader, a cousin of Mrs. Harry Kuebler, was killed last week in a car accident near Weiser, Idaho. Susan Brandt ofWheaton, III., Is Complimented (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Mrs. Jul Hoffman entertained at a coffee for relatives and "Wends Friday afternoon honoring Susan Brandt, Wheaton, 111., who became the bride of Lt. James Rostermundt Oct. 11. Guests included Mrs. John J. Struve, Mrs. Herbert Hinze, Mrs. Minnie Struve, Mrs. Harry Nulle, Mrs. Melinda Bornhoft, Mrs. Ella Joens, Mrs. Wade Mohr and Mrs. Henry Brandt. A regular meeting of VFW Unit No. 3517 will be held at the VFW Hall Thursday evening, Oct. 15. Mrs. Orrin Ramsey and her committee will be lunch hostesses. Women of the Methodist WSCS will take part in a UN Study Class during the next three weeks. Sessions will be held on Tuesday afternoons at the Methodist Church at 2 p.m., with Mrs. Lester Moore as lesson leader. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts visited Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts and family in Newton Sunday. Saturday they visited Mr. Roberts' brother, George Roberts, a patient in Mercy Hospital in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eich and fam ily, Council Bluffs, were Sunday guests in the John Derner home. They visited in the Bert Eich home during the evening. Mrs. Thobe Home From Illinois Visit (Time* Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mrs. Ben Thobe has returned from Freeport, III, where she spent the past two weeks in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Hadju and family. She also visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Marsh and daughter, Debbie, in Freeport. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heim and family visited Saturday with Marleta Heim at Kansas City, Mo. She accompanied them home for a week's vacation. * Leonard Hamilton, Omaha, Neb. visited over the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton. Mrs. Kathryn Schmitz, Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fix, Carnarvon, visited Monday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ellerbrock. Mr. and Mrs. John Bear, Wichita, Kan., visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Christens Hunziker and A. E. Luckow Explorer VII(Continued from Page 1) WASHINGTON (AP) — The •bances of a third radiation belt encircling the earth are being dis- ;ounted by Dr. James Van Allen, he man who discovered the first ,wo. The University of Iowa space scientist appeared at a news con- erence here Tuesday following the successful launching of the Explorer VII satellite. He was asked about the report of Dr. John Simpson of the University of Chicago that data from Explorer VI launched Aug. 7 indicated a third radiation belt closer to the earth than the two known Van Allen belts. The SUI.physicist replied: "I'm almost certain that such a third belt does not exist and that Explorer VI merely was cutting across one tip of the previously discovered inner zone v/hose extremities curve down towards the earth's poles." Van Allen said he and Simpson will have a conference soon and he expects any conflict of ideas will be resolved then. Van Allen said the inner one of the two belts named for him is the most dangerous from the The regular meotintj of t.hp f'nr- loll and Glidden Livo-Wirfs w;i* held Monday evening at the home of Jim Burdine. The moot ins; was called to order at 8 o'clock by Larry Fold, and roll call was answered by 10 members. Banquet tickets were discussed and sold, rind the group agreed to pay 75 cents on the members' tickets. The banquet is Nov. 3. Lowell Burdine pave a talk on hog managements. Bob Millender gave a demonstration on how organic matter helps soil structure and alsft showed slides on other years' projects. Record books were passed out and refreshments were served by Mrs. Burdine. Larry Fold, reporter pro-tern. HALBUR — The regular meeting of the Halbur Happy Lassies 4-H Club members was held Monday evening, Oct. 12, in the School Audltiorium. Eighteen members answered roll call with "My Favorite Book." The following three new members Joined: Jeanette Bueltel, LaVonne Naberhaus and Janice Halbur. Installation of officers was held, following a talk given by Madeline Trecker on "What Makes A Good 4 - H Member." The club discussed a banrjuet to be held Nov. 3. The group listened to a record played by Mrs. Lester Heinen. Games were played, and prizes won by Sandra Behrens, Nancy Bennier and Karen Naberhaus. Lunch was served by Chery) Koenig, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Eugene Koenig. The Richland Busy Bees 4-H Club met Sat., Oct. 10, at the Ralston Farmer's Co-op room at 2 p.m. The new officers were installed for the coming year. The following new members were enrolled in the club: Nlary Ann Jenson, tfathy Snyder, Jean Sprague, Sharon Kramer, Susan Miller and Carol Best. Ping awarded for attendance last year were: Lola Kidney, Gwen Nolin, Rosemary Allen, Judy Jenson, Jo Ann Johnston, Patty Miller, Judy Danner, Colleen Allen, Diane Miller, Beverly Patrick, Janice Johnston, Rosemary Whitten and Pamela Kernen. Two guests Mrs. Leah Byerly and Mrs. Dorothea Kotas, gave a demonstration on fall flower arrangements. A short period of recreation was followed by refreshments served by the hostess, Rosemary Allen, and her mother. Re- standpoint of space flight but with moderate shielding he believes a space ship could safely penetrate both belts, or about 50,000 miles out. porter Judy Danner. The regular meeting of the Breda Happy Helpers was called to order by the president, Linda Grabner. The business of the meeting was the installation of officers. Five new members are: Mary Jane Snyder, Lanette Woerdehoff, Deanna Neumayer, Mary L o a Schulte, Jean Fausbender. Talks were given by Marlys Wernimont and Carol Stork. The meeting was then adjourned. Bingo was played and then a lunch was served by Linda Gabner and JoAnn Snyder. The next meeting will be Nov. 2. Reporter, Joan Wernimont. A meeting of the Rose Valley Ramblers was held in the Roselle hall Monday evening, of officers was held Installation before the Mrs. Morton Is Visiting Son (Times Herald Newi Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. J. S. Morton, Benson, Minn., is spending several weeks with her son Jess and 'amily. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Miller en- ;ertained Sunday in honor of the 38th wedding anniversary of her' parents, Mr. and leckman, Lytton. Mrs. William Addi t i o n a 1 guests were Mr. and Mrs. Vernol Block and son, Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gerry, Anamosa. The Millers are moving to Marion at the end of the month. Mrs. Ida ?rank has purchased the Miller lome and will move there. Karen Spurling, Des Moines, and Norma and Myrna Spurling, Cedar Falls, spent the homecoming weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ken Spurling. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sproul and 'amily spent Sunday afternoon in Sioux City where Judy Spurling gave her report on the MYF Convention at Purdue University. Mr. and Mrs. Sproul and John visited friends. Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Porter, Clin:on, Okla., are spending this week in the Jack Smith home. Mrs. Smith plans to accompany them home at the end of the week for a two-week visit. She will also visit her son Bill, a student in Oklahoma. Mrs. C. E. Lierman entertained the Queen of Clubs at a dessert lunch at the Frozen Friday afternoon. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Vern Silver,, and Mrs. Jack Smith. Jim Stodden, Allan Kirkhart and Ronnie Arndt, students at Morningside College spent the homecoming weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. M. P. Kirby L«ighter Leighter visited Sunday in the Mike Veager home at Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kelly attended the funeral of his aunt, Mrs. Nell Kelly at Wall Lake Catholic Church Saturday morning. Mrs. Austin Keiser Sr. and Mrs. Austin Keiser Jr. attended a pink and blue shower for a niece, Mrs. Vincent Mullane Sunday afternoon in the John Loft home at Storm Lake. meeting. Roll call was a favorite dish. The girls planned to have a Halloween party in the Roselle Hall Oct, 23. Mary Jane Taphorn gave a talk on good manners in public. Mrs. John Starman and Mrs. John Behrens were on the lunch committee. The Roselle Rustlers Boys 4 - H club held their meeting last night in the Roselle hall. The club was called to order by Bill Overmohle. New officers were installed and eight new members were present. Jerry Rupiper presented the lesson, "Safety Around Machinery." Record books were distributed after the meeting. It was closed by the club pledge. Jerry Rupiper, reporter. (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — The Westside All- stars girls 4-H club held their election of officers in the Ar-We-Va gym on October 3. Elected to office were president, Sharon Schroeder; vice- president, Kathy Doyle; secretary, Kay Luetje; and reporter, Mary Terrell. The retiring officers were president, Sandra Wenzel; vice- president, Sharon Schroeder; secretary-treasurer, Joan Hugg; historian, Kathy Doyle; and reporter, Doris Dau. Mrs. Harold Schroeder made the corsages for the new officers. A total of $53.53, awards from the county fair, was distributed to the members. In the record book judging, Sandra Wenzel received a blue ribbon. One book received a white ribbon and the remainder were rated in the red ribbon class. Joan Hugg accompanied the girls for group singing. At the close of the meeting, lunch was served by Mrs. Harold Schroeder and Sharon and Mrs. Howard Hugg and Joan. WORKER INJURED Don Larson, Otho, construction worker- employed by the Olerich Construction Co., Ralston, on the new Carroll Livestock Sales, Inc., project, was injured Tuesday when some cement fell on him. He was taken to St. Anthony hospital with a pelvic injury. Total advertising linage for the first six months of 1959 shows a gain of 5.6 per cent over 1958 in the cities measured by Media Records. The largest gains were scored in automotive, financial and classified advertising.

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