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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Wanted 21 CARD Of THANKS Up to 25 words ?1.50 AU over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY Per column Inchu. fl.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday and 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. 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 centi ^V^W-^VVW-^^W^ Announcements NO PUHCHASE NECESSARY FHEF...OHI lo tlthir mollitr or loth«r mokirtQ inquiry on lovjnflf th«y can * on ALL TOYS. Guaranteed to lav* nti up to 20% OFF regular retail 6-236-ltc DIAL 3036 FOR FRESH CUT FLOW ers for any occasion. Ann's Mower and Gift Shop. 6-222-2410 TV~ANTENNA AND ROTOR RE 'pair—Call "9513 we'll fix promptly and reasonably. It We service "all ""makes ' of "television Sporrcr'sTV. _±Hi ( !l6l FXJ'KHT 1'IANO TUNING. MICK Addlson. Dial 4214. 6-245-2U Lost j7() S T: 1' H K S E CONTAINIM drivers license, nnd medication. Reward. Phone 3785. 7-245-310 Loans 12 PERSONAL LOANS OP TO $500— Loans und Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carroll. Iowa Business Services 14 KADIO & TV SERVICE, LNCL. CAR radios. Will find and remedy your trouble with minimum of time and expense. All makes serviced und repaired. Coast-to-Coast Store. Dial 9363. 14-99-ltc WHITE LEAD HOUSE PAINT, NEW vet old fashioned, Pigment; 85% White lead, 15% Titanium. Joe s Paint Center. 14-13d-ltc IS THE 1'ICTVRK 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 Coast. 14-240-6tc DIAL 4333 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. HR Cleaners. ]4-231-tfc STARTER, GENEKATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway. Ph 2126. 14-180-ttc 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. ~ GREETING OAJIDS—LARGEST SE- 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 Good Things to Eat Eat at Pauline's! MAKE SUNDAY MORE ENJOYABLE with BREAKFAST HERE! Homemade Cinnamon Hulls PAULINE'S CAFE LOCKERS FOR RENT $10.00 A year. Brenny's Market. 18-2-I4-21C FRESH COUNTRY sale. Dial 9711. EGOS FOR 18-24l-5tc Business Opportunities 19 FOR SALE: FLESHNER'S REST- aurnnt. Small profitable business. Must sell before Jan. 1st account of other plans. Call 2020 Carroll or 7181. Lake City. 19-241-titp MILK ROUTE FOR SALE. NEARLY new truck. Write Box A '"a Times Herald. lil-2-15-3tp Male Help Wanted 21 50 YEAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 2:1 to 45, with good car. a:iou to start. Write P. O. Box 4GH, Carroll. 21-123-tfc Division Sales Manager K.xi'cpUoiiiil position open. Good pay and a fine future, Old established Company. Duties include hiring and training men with top rated feed company. I'revious sales experience valuable. Must have a car. Applications confidential. Write Sales Manager, 707 South 42nd St., Omaha, (J, Nebr. 21-244-2tc MARRIED MAX WITH FARM KX- prrlnnr-p to work the year around. Kxt-Pllpnt living quarters. Inquire in person. Dr. Chester A. Brncher, Storm Lake. Iowa. 21-242-121.0 Female Help Wanted 22 Wanted to Rent 58 SMiKflMl ROOM WITH COOKING privileges. F'hniip <M53. 58-245-Hr: Room for Rent 60 Gim, OR LADY FOR CLERICAL and sales. Full time work in local Carroll store. Write Box F r 'o Dally Times Herald. 22-243-3ir WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply in person. _Ocomn Foods Co. 22-236-12tc DAY WAITRESS WANTED: NO Sunrlays, no nights. Fritz's Place. :m No. Ma in. 22-240-Stf; LADY TO WORK IN* LAfNDRY. full or part time. Deluxe Cleaners. 22-244-2tc GIKL FOR CHECKOVT C.WNTER. Experienced preferred but not necessary. Apply in person at Farewav Store In Carroll. 22-245-31c HAHY SITTER FOR OCCASIONAL afternoons. Dial 2365. 22-24fi-3tp Hatcheries 32 FOR SALE: ROSE COMB. OOLDEN .Slegebreight, Bandy Roosters, Reiman Hatchery, Arcadia, Iowa. 32-242-(5tu Farm Machinery 33 SPECIAL IH 230 tractor, new—below dealer cost. Several used 2M pickers —$125 and up. 1940 used M tractor. $900. 1955 used 300 tractor. Used 1948 Oliver. Used B Farmall. Used self-propelled MH 7-i't. combine. Used Wood Bros, combine with motor. Bundt and Storesund Implement Glidden, Iowa 33-243-3tc SPECIALS: W A Y N K HANGING Feeders only $2.98 each; Permanent Antl Freeze $1.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Co. Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROC boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3% north. Mann ^?206-tfc FOR SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vac- climated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Brlggs, 8 miles south of Templeton corner and 514 west. 41-173-3tc FOR SALE: PUREBRED MILKING Shorthorn bull, .16 months old. Maurice McGrew. Ralston, Jowa. DUROC BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Barm 1% north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son. 41-220-tfc LANDRACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east. 4 south of _CarrolU l 1 I?l^:. t J! c FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROC Boars. Walter PlatU ^Udden 41-20y-tfc FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfC PRIVATE ROOM AND BATH FOR one or two men. Phone 31R3. 60-243-31 c Houses for Sale 63 SOrTH SIDE, 4-HDH.M. IIOI'SE. Ideal family home in excellent location between town and schools. Large kitchen, dining rm., carpeted living rm. den. bath up. This house is in excellent condition. Garage. John Gnam Real Estate. <33-244-2tr 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 Houses for Rent 64 IIOVSE FOR R K N T: L A R O E enough to use for Income property. Write Box I % Times Herald.' 64-243-31 c LAIUiK 3- nnilM. HO'l'SE VOK rent. John Gnam Real Estate. 64-245-llc Apartment for Rent 65 FOR RBNT: 2 BEDROOM APT. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Phone 2380. 65-244-3tc VERY MCE 5 ROOM FURNISHED. downstairs apartment. Available Nov. 1st. John Juergens, Dial 9428. (55-243-31 c (15-213-3(0 APT. DIAL 3280. FOR RENT: LARGE THREE ROOM apt. Heat, water furnished. Dial 3(13. (in-241-tfc APT. DIAL 9703. <15-330-tfc 2-BEDROOM AI'T. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Apartments. G5-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FIJR- nished or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3680. (55-219-tfc PAKKVIEW AFTS. DIAL 310!). 65-132-Uc Apartment Wanted 66 AI'T. WANTED BY OLDER LADY. Prefer down stulrs. Dial 4453. 66-243-3tc Farms for Sale 67 320 ACHES ON CONTRACT. priced right, low Interest rate. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210 67-2-13-1 fc KiO ACHE I'LEASANT VALLEV farm for sale. Owner will sell on contract, with $15,000 down. John Guam Heal Estate. 67-245-2tc 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 Farms for Rent 68 Burlington Clubs Ames in 39-7 Rout By Tlip Associated Prrss The Rurlinaton (Jrayhounds .justified their top hilling in the weekly Associated Press football poll Friday night with a 39-7 victory over third-ranked Ames. Fullback Dean Stoller was the big gun in the Hound attack, one of his touchdowns coming on a VO-yard run. Burlington held only p 14-7 lead at the half. East Waterloo surprised the runnerup Mason City Mohawks, 27-7, to lake over undisputed first place in the Big Six conference scramble. It was the first loss of the season for Mason City. East Waterloo has won five straight since dropping the season opener to Burlington, 37-14. East was sixth in the latest AP poll. West Waterloo, ranked fourth downed Newton, 26-19. The Davenport Blue Devils, ranked fifth, blanked Clinton, 350. to hold the top spot in the Mississippi Valley conference race. Cherokee kept its Lakes conference record spotless with a 20-14 win over Storm Lake. It was the 21st consecutive conference victory for the Braves. Cherokee was tied for seventh in the poll with East Sioux City, which has a Saturday night, date with Cathedral High of Sioux Falls. S.D. Ninth-ranked Iowa City rolled over Cedar Rapids Jefferson, 336, to make its Mississippi Valley record 3-1. Mount Pleasant won its sixth in a row, blanking Keokuk. 52-0. Mount Pleasant was tenth in the poll. Vinton took over the top spot in the WaMac conference with a 34-7 victory over Maquoketa as Tipton knocked Marion out of a share of first, 14-0. Webster City won its fifth straight. North Central conference game without a loss, whitewashing Algona, 39-0. Des Moines Tech. with only a tie blemishing its record, beat city rival Lincoln, 27-6. Charles City ran its Northeast Iowa record to 4-0 by rolling over Cresco. 45-0. Times Herald, C»rr»ll, I*. Saturday, Oct. 17, 1959 Schaller Romps Past Wall Lake fTlmr« H*rnld .Nfw» Scrtlee) SCHALLER — Kent Stille scored three touchdowns on runs and counted another on an intercepted pass as he led Schaller to a 33-0 victory over Wall Lake here Friday night. The victors owned a 14-0 lead at halftimp. Deaths, Funerals .1O1IN R. BYF,RI,y Funeral services for John R. Byerly, 71. were held at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll at 2:30 p.m. Friday. The Rev. C. Hugo Orf, pastor of St. John's Exira- 'Continued from Page 2' Kuemper- (Continued from Page 2) FOR RENT: GRADE A 160 ACHE dairy farm. Bulk tank and pipeline milker. 50-50. Write Box Z To Times Herald. 68-244-3tp FOR RK.VT: 200 ACHE FARM FOR I960. Write Box BN % Times Hor- _Jild- 68-245-3"tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 'S8 FORD COUNTRY SEDAN STA- tlun wagon, fi passenger V-8, Local one owner, low mileage car; '58 Edsel 2 door hard top: '57 Studebaker A door sedan. At. special reduced prices. Witlrock Motors. 71-244-tfi FOR SALE: 24 FEEDER P1OS, VAC- clnated. Eugene Heithoff. Temple*..« 41-J'i'l-otc ton. FOR SALE: 50 IHSAD OF PURE* bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nisson, 2 l .'s miles north of FOR SALE: 1957 PLYMOUTH. 2- door Savoy. L.uw mileage. Very good condition. Dale Reever. Glid'- den. 71-244-3tp_ ]».•><! BUCK 4 DOOR SPECIAL dynaflow, pnwer steering, radio, heau-f. Guild rubber. McCoy Motors. 71-243-Stc HOLSTEIN HEIFERS, FRE!>I EN soon, CFV, week old Molsli-ln heifer. Leo Daeges. 41-24fj-Jtp Livestock Strayed 44 Used Tires 73 FOR SALE: 2 SXO\V AND MUD tires, 7.HO x 15, tire and wheel. John Hrandl, .121U iNnrth Adams. 73-2-15-21 o STRAYED: ROAN COW, MONDAY from- the Welskireher farm, Manning R.F.D. 3. Reward for information. 44-2-14-21 p ^^f^^^^f^^^^f^^^^^^f^^ Building Supplies 47 75 INSULATE NOW WITH ROCKWOOL Insulation. 51.07 a bag. Save up to 40 r 'n in fuel this winter. Kanne Lumber & Supply. Phone 4 3 73 ' PLASTIC WINDOW COVERS—31c each. See us for all your winter needs. We install glass in your windows and doors. Dial 3248, Green Bay Lumber Co. 47-237-tfc Household Goods 51 NEARLY NEW BROWN STUDIO couch $39.00; 3-pe. green curved sectional 528.00. Matt Furniture Co 51-244-2U; GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONADO Home Frec/er . . . 5229.95. Only 1(15.00 down. Cambles. 51-242-lfu DON'T MERELY BRIGHTEN YOUR carpets . . . Blue Lustre them . . . i-limlniite rapid resoiling. Matt Furniture Co. 5.1-24f>-llc Wanted to Buy 53 Auto Service WE SUOGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- burulor adjusted for winter driving now! see Glenn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOR GENERAL 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 BUICR- Pontlac 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 lo- 76-284-tfc WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS \VANTKD: MODEL A FO'Rll TRUCK. with dual wheels. No license or box needed. Hoy R»nnlgi j r. 53-244-2tc For Sale 55 USED LUMBER FOR SALE: SIIEET- ing and dimensional lumber. Contact Superintendent at Vounglove Construction. Lidderdale. r>5-2-13-3to NK\V GAS I-TRXACE. IfiO.UOO BUT. | tSpuci' iH'itltT tiO.IMKI BTU. 17 ft. upright iJt-ep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-244-tfi: WE CARRY A COMPLETE LINE OF all craft Hums in our shop— ChunillL* for tri'i-s, bonds, wood sticks, nu'tnl foil, reed, copper— if It's crafts--.sec us or write Delia's 1 lobby Shop, Audubon, Iowa. \Ve mail. iiii-245-.ltp These Are the Spots to Stop When Good Food and Fun Are Your Chief Thought For Your Club or Private Party Reserve Our RANCH ROOM Acoemmodatlons for 50 People Family Style Dinners Served from $1.35 Per Plate and Up PAULINE'S CAFE STAHLINE BALLROOM Western Iowa's Ktnest Saturday, October 17 Morrie Powers & His Bel Airs Tuesday, October 20 The Billy May Orchestra CARROLL THEATRE STARTS SUNDAY "iT STARTED WITH A KISS" with Debbie Reynolds Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 - Wilfred irlmcier, Closing Ou( hale. 1 mito south of Templeton, 3 miles cast and ,"Vi south, or 3 miles west of Decltuim on 141 and 3V4 miles south. Wieland & Kerkhoff Bros.. Ancts. Tuesday, Nov. 24 William Dorping- naus, closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and V<! mile west Wieland and Tigces, Aucts. Novembsr 25 - Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, li' 2 miles Kast of Oedham. Wieland. Irlbeck & Tiggos, Aucts. Nov 30 Mrs. JOP Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and 3/4 West of Llcld0rdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Grote and Wieland, Aucts. Dec. 1 Wm, Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Mi mile east and Va mile south. Or 2 miles north 2Mi east and i Vi mile south of WUley. Byerly and i Irlbeck, Aucts. j Dee. 10 - Mrs. Bertha llessllng & | Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile i Kast and 2Vi North of Carroll or ,'i i miles West and l"i South of Lidder- ' dale. Boss & Byerly. Aucts. ! Dec. 14 - Dwight Reever, Closing i Out Dairy Salo. 5 miles South, 2 mill's West and Vt mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and Vi mile South of Willey. Boss. Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out ! Salo. 4 miles east of Carrol) on HI- i Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and ' 3 ,i south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. 1 Jan. 7 Dave Wiederin. Closing Out , Sale. l'/4 miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east. 2 south, '/< east of Breda. Grote It Byerly. Aucts. to boost the Heelan margin to 34-0 at intermission. Neither team presented an offense in the third period. Kuemper managed to drive to the Crusader 37 before a fumble killed any scoring threat. Heelan quickly struck for a TD as Hartnett threw a long 40-yard strike to Taska. Five running plays put the ball on the Kuemper one from where Terry Mikulicz dove over from the one, with nine seconds remaining in the third quarter. Solid Drive The Knights put together a solid 65-yard drive in the fourth quar ter to score. Jerry Gehling threw to Jim Goetzinger for two completions and then to Fred Dolezal for one. Gehling then turned in the best Knight effort for the Knights as he went over guard for 33 yards to the Heelan 12. A five- yard penalty set the Knights back to the 17 but two running plays set the stage for Dale Wenck to break f the scoring ice for the Knights as he skirted end for eight yards. The Knight fullback slammed for the extra point as the Knights ended the scoring drought. Seconds later the Knights found themselves on the Heelan 35 as the Crusaders fumbled but four plays went for no gain. Heelan left no doubt as to their superiority in the first half as they slashed for 213 yards on the ground, while the Knights gained but 18. Jerry Gehling connected on nine of 20 attempts, all of them for short gainers. Jack Schleisman led the Knight line particularly in the second half receiving good support from Everett Bucldin. First Downs Yds. Gained Rushing Yds. Lost Rushing Net Yds Rushing Passes Attempted Passes Completed Passes Intercepted By Yds. Gained Passing Total Yards Gained ids. Gnd. K. and P. l^unts Punts Average Punts Blocked By Rumbles Kumbles Lost Penalties Yds. Lost Penalties Score By Quarters Kuemper 0 Heelan 20 KUEMPKR. Ends: Goetzinger, T. Dolt-Hal, Henkenius. Tackles: Brown, C h a m p i o n, Buddin. Guards: Bock, J. Schleisman, Moehn. Centi-r: T. Schleisman, Schechinger. Backs: Gehling, Gute. F. Dolezal, Broinert, Wenck, K 6 103 9 94 20 9 0 54 148 47 6 25 0 3 2 4 20 H 14 270 J8 252 12 3 0 35 287 41 4 31 0 2 2 1 2 \ 20; tiie Wildcat. 26. On the very next play Payne ran 26 yards for a touchdown. The extra point attempt failed but Exira led, 13-6. A pair of long gainers featured !he next Exira scoring drive. Payne ripped off a 12 yard burst and Harold Lauridsen picked up 25. Payne scored on a one yard plunge and Lauridsen got the extra point to make it 20-6. Wildcats Fought Back Glidden-Ralston fought back in the third period on a "flea-flick- tr" pass. Larry Tryon lateralled to Jerry Tryon on the side of the field and Jerry threw a forward to Terry Peters who went over for Ihe TD on a play that covered 4f yards. Owen's conversion made il 20-13 Exira with three minutes left iq the third period. Exira's final tally came with one minute and 30 seconds left in the game. After Payne set it up with 25 yards in four carries, Lauridsen scored from the three. Scranton Aerial Scranton's Steve French went into the air in the final five minutes of play and connected with McClurg on a 70 yard scoring pitch to give the Trojans a 19-14 win over Guthrie Center. The losers scrambled back to the Scranton 40 on a counter - drive but lost the ball on a fumble with 1:45 left. Guthrie scored midway in the first quarter when Clarence Crawley tallied from two yards out Gary Hopkins got the extra point The Trojans scored in the second frame on a 10 yard pass from French to McClurg. In the third Scranton scored again on a five yard plunge by Hoyt. Guthrie came back in the fourth when Elton Dinsmore ran to a TD from eight yards out. Manning Routs Foe The Manning reserves played most of the second half in the 410 rout of Coon Rapids. The Bulldogs wound up with 464 yards rushing and 114 passing for their total of 578 from scrimmage. On the other hand, Coon Rapids failed to penetrate past the Manning 40 yard line. Randall Jansen scored from 4! yards out, Paul Spieker countec from six, Dave Sextro punchec over from the two and Marvin Vennink caught a 19 yard pass from Tom Bennett to give the Bull dogs a 28-0 halftime lead. Seconc half scoring included Jansen's three yarder and 35 yard scoring jaunt by David Nelson. Fifth For Manilla Manilla picked up its fifth straight win in the 45-0 romp over Greenfield. Ed Schramm scored twice. He tallied on a 28 yard runback of an intercepted pass and counted on a four-yarder. Gene Pauley got a pair of touch downs on a 29 yard run and a one yard sneak. Ed Kloewer also scored twice as he counted on a one yard plunge and a five yard run. John Campbell scored on a six yard run. Bayard Prevailed Bayard got a safety at Ogden n the first quarter when Darwin Smith tackled an Ogden back in the end zone but the Coon Valley .earn was forced to stage a comeback to earn a 15-6 triumph. Ogden led at the half, 6-2. At the start of the third, Smith took a screen pass from Joe Lawrence and ran 64 yards to put Bayard in front, 8-6. With four minutes left in the game. Smith ran 75 yards for the final touchdown. Lawrence passed to Bob Kelly for the extra point that made it 15-6. Conference Standings: W Exira 4 Glidden-Ralston * 4 Manning 3 Manilla 3 Bayard 2 Scranton 2 Guthrie Center 0 0 Coon Rapids L 0 1 1 1 2 3 4 6 007 7 14 B 0 40 SIGNAL MUSEUM FT. MONMOUTH, N.J. (AP) — More than 20,000 military communications relics — from wigwag signal flags to electronic satellite models — may be found at the Army Signal Corps Museum here. The display, spanning a century of signalling history, started as a post museum in 1942. HEELAN: Ends: Burchard, ilaster, Mastellar, Rys, White, j Tackles: G. Miller, F. Miller,! Clay, Holmes, Jonas, Uhl. Guards: '• Gallagher. L. Miller, Gollhofer,' Harrington, Wagner, Madsen. Cenler: James, Madison. Backs: Walsh, Sanem, Conway, Binning- ' ham, McCann, Fleming, Hartnett, ' 'ii-ska, Madge, Mikulicz. i You're Always Assured of Good Food and Fine Entertainment In Carroll Special Floppy Hound Dog SK.96 Value SPECIAL CUT-PRICE $3.99 Cur-Price Toy House YOU'LL BE WISE, and thriily, too, to put Classified Ads to work for you. No matter it you're buying, spiling, renting or hiring, a Want Ad will solve your problem f-a-s-t 1 CALL 3573 OR COME LN TODAY! Daily Times Herald Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Edward J. Dangherty. Carroll, Cadillac. ! Methodist Church. Des Moines, formerly of Carroll, officiated. j Mrs. Kenneth K Holley was at the piano. She also accompanied i Lee Rrattcn, who sang "lie.yond j the Sunset." j Burial was in the. Carroll City ', Cemetery. Pallbearers included; Art lingers, Clyde Bayliss, Dan j I Hanssen. William FT. Smith, Wil-j j liam J. Leuer and W. J. Jackley. | Mr. Byerly, a retired Post, Office clerk, died at St.. Anthony Hospital Oct. 14 after a long illness. Licenses to Wed— John L. Beyerink, Maple River and Beatrice Snbbert, Carroll. JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fine- Junior Henderson, Coif ax, $8 and costs, truck speeding. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. Grover C. Grim. Coon Rapids Ronald Swanson, Carroll Mrs. Oluf W. Olsen, Exira Louis B. Wittrock, Carroll Mrs. Ernest Blair Harden, Carroll Leo W. Koenig, Halbur Mrs. Agnes M. Miller, Earling Larry L. Sporrer, Carroll Mrs. George Danner, Glidden Chris H. Bauer, Auburn Dismissals— Mrs. George Smith Thomas, Carroll Mrs. Lena Van Erdwyk, Lake View Mrs. Francis F. Johnson, Carroll Richard M. Schwery, Vail Jeanne Pellett, Glidden Births— (Times Herald News Service) SCRANTON — Mr. and Mrs. Old Law(Continued from Page 1) lowon Wins Picking Title N'FOW f'ASTl.K. Ind 'AP-- A- .1 champion in his own bailiwick HI handling a mechanicm corn \n<k- f.r Marvin Blohm of OniiT June lion, Iowa, fflf pretty confident ;i national titlo wouldn't fvadr- hint' 'his time, lf<- was right Every year over tlif la^t fr, o years Blohm proved ho wjm '!;<• Iowa champ in thf one-row competition and had gone to fhe national meets. Last year he plarf. r | third. But he cnn.p out first in '\\f> !9n9 contest Friday and won himself $1.000. Marshall- (Continued from Page 1) case to which the state was a party. Apparently there were Instances v/hen this policy was not followed. but also in the years following the Second World War victory a shrewd and wise statesman, and author of the generous plan which was precious help to the nations j of Western Europe improverished Fayette County Attorney Mark t)V th e war." Buchheit charged "political smear" in connection with the audit report saying he collected more than $1,500 in illegal commissions. Buchheit, who announced earlier this year he would seek the Republican nomination for Second District congressman, said the auditors did not give him credit for many cases in which he did appear. He said the justice of the peace did not enter his name on the docket, which he termed "a technicality in writing my name." The audit report said former Clinton County Attorney Warren Johnson collected more than $1,900 in illegal fees. The crux of the whole problem, Erbe said, is that the county attorneys always have tried to get a salary increase and the Legislature has always told them to take it out in commissions. Conflicting Views Also, Erbe said, conflicting Interpretations of the law by state Kenneth Hoover, Rutland, a audit ors are behind what he daughter. Dawn Denise, Wednesday, Oct. 7. DES MOINES — Mr. and Mrs. Arnold D. Krieg, Des Moines, a daughter, early Thursday, Oct. 15. They are parents of a son, Kim. Grandparents are Mrs. Alice Krieg of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roth of St. Charles. Mrs. Krieg is the former Joyce Roth. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.88 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.06 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .91 Oats .61 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 100; for the week: at the close a few closely sorted lots o No 1 200-220 lb butchers brough 13.35-13.50 with bulk No 1, No 2 and mixed No 1 and 2 same weights 13.25-13.35. Mixed grades No 2 and 3 and mixed grades No 1, 2 and 3 190-230 Ibs closed 13.00 13.25, Bulk mixed No 2 and 3 and No 3 230-280 Ibs 12.85-13.15. Mixed grades 300-550 lb sows closed at 10.25-12.25. Cattle 100; for the week: weeks fop of 29.00 for mostly prime 1150-1375 lb slaughter steers. Several loads mostly prime 11501350 lb steers 28.75. Bulk choice and mixed choice and prime steers 26.50-28.50 with most late sales 26.75-28.50. Load mostly prime 1400 lb steers 28.25 and mixed choice and prime 1100 lb weights 28.50. Mixed choice and irime 1570 lb steers at 26.00. rligh choice 1075 lb steers 28.00 and mixed choice and prime 1450 bs 27.25. Mixed good and choice 1650 lb steers 25.50. Most good to ow-choice slaughter steers 24.7526.50. Few standard steers 23.0024.00, mixed utility and standard Holstein steers 22.00-22.50. Mixed hoice and prime slaughter heifers 26.50-27.25, bulk good to high hoice heifers 23.75-26.25, utility and standard 17.50-23.00. Stand- ird cows 18.00-20.00, utility and commercial 14.25-18.00, canners and cutters 12.00-16.00, few shelly nd light canners down to 10.00. Jtility and commercial bulls 18.50 21.50, Few head good and choice ealers 31.00-32.00, most standard and good 25.00-30.00, cull and util- ty 15.00-24.00. Good and choice '00-950 lb feeding steers 24.0017.50. Sheep none: for the week: good and choice 80 to 105 lb wooled laughter lambs 18.50-21.25. Sev- ral lots choice and prime 95 to 00 Ibs 21.50-22.00, utility and ;ood 13.00-19.25, culls down to 0.00 and a few below. Several oads good and choice 90 to 110 b shorn lambs with no 1 and 2 pelts 19.25-21.00. Two decks most- y good 93 lb yearlings with fall horn pelts 16.00. Cull to choice laughter ewes 3.00-5.00. Woman Killed, Hunt Hit and Run Driver DES MOINES (AP) - Police searched Saturday for the driver of a car which they said hit a 66-year-old woman and left her dead Friday night. The victim, Mrs. Patience Horton, apparently was killed shortly after she left her job at the snack bar in Mercy Hospital. A passing motorist found the body near the hospital on Fifth Avenue. Police Lt. Wendr'i Nichols said the woman was ragged about half a block. Later police in the downtown district impounded a car which they said had bits of clothing and blood on it. called "reckless and irresponsible charges." "They (auditors) haven't been very consistent in their auditing of books," Erbe charged. "In one county they'll overlook the fact a county attorney hadn't put in his appearance in writing and in another county they'll criticize him." Erbe said this is an "intolerable situation. And it is a very critical problem to the county attorneys, who feel they have been labeled as thieves." Erbe said he feels the County Attorneys Assn. will carry the fight to the next Legislature. The association will meet next week, however, to try and reach some solution "we all can live with — from the auditor's stand point, legal standpoint and county attorneys standpoint," Erbe said The 1851 law, Erbe said, wa typical of most state laws of thi time concerning law enforcemen jobs, It was meant to help low budget counties hold the line on taxes. "But," Erbe said, "it has made some county attorneys dependent on the whims of the justice of the peace." Most states have since repealed such laws, Erbe added. Mrs. Holland(Continued from Page 1) ber of the Methodist Church and P.E.O. Mrs. Eckard was born in Des koines; graduated from North High, and the University of Iowa, owa City, with a degree in journalism. She also attended Capital ,'ity Commercial College in Des koines. She has worked on The Daily owan, Iowa City, the Jefferson Bee & Herald and has been a correspondent for news services. She s a member of Beta Sigma Phi, national honorary society for wom- n in journalism, the D.A.R., the Episcopalian Church, is active in SUI alumni affairs, and other or- anizations. Mrs. Eckard's husband is foreman in charge of maintenance for he Iowa Electric Light and Power !o. They are parents of two_diil- dren, a daughter, Lee,. 13, and a on, Billie, 11. 30-Day Forecast WASHINGTON (AP) — The weather bureau said today its 30- day outlook for mid-October to mid-November calls for tempera- tires to average below seasonal normals from the Continental Di- ide eastward to the Appalachians, except for near normal along the Gulf Coast. The bureau added: "Greatest unseasonal depar- Juin referred to the Marshal) Plan which strengthened the frpo nations of the West with massive economic iiid from America. British Foreign Secretary Selwyn Lloyd said Marshall "will be remembered for his outstanding services as the U.S. chief of staff which contributed so much to Allied victory during the war." Canadian Prime Minister John Diefenbaker said the general's name will be "forever attached to a humanitarian endeavor without, parallel in the history of mankind." The Japanese government dp- scribed Marshall's death as "a great loss to the free world." West German President Theodor Luebke said Marshall "will never be forgotten in Germany." West Berlin Mayor Willy Brandt said Berlin will honor the general's memory. The official Communist East German news agency ADN blast.:d Marshall as the initiator of a plan "whose object was American leadership in Western Europe and which laid the basis for the aggressive policy of NATO." ADN said Marshall bore "a large portion of responsibility for :.he Korean War unleashed by the United States and the rapid pace of the arms race forced by the United States." WASHINGTON (AP)-President Eisenhower has sent a personal message of sympathy to the widow of Gen. George C. Marshall, soldier-statesman who died Friday. Anne Wheaton, associate White House' press secretary, in telling reporters that today, said she assumed that Eisenhower would attend the private funeral services for Marshall on Tuesday at Arlington National Cemetery. Definite arrangements have not been completed, however, she added. The President learned of Marshall's death through a telephone call from Brig. Gen. Andrew Goodpaster, executive secretary of the White House staff. Gen. George H. Decker, acting Army chief of staff, was directed by Eisenhower to call on Mrs. Marshall in his behalf. NEW YORK (AP) _ Former President Herbert Hoover said today Gen. George C. Marshall "will be remembered with gratitude by people all over the world." "Gen. George C. Marshall was an outstanding figure in American life during the years of the econd World War and its aftermath," Hoover said. "He will be remembered with gratitude by people all over the world." Program(Continued from Page 1) ures are expected in the upper and middle Mississippi Valley and adjacent states. Above normal averages are predicted for central and southern West Coast states. Vear normal values are in prospect for much of the Intermoun- ain Plateau and also for the re;ion east of the Appalachians. "Precipitation is expected to ex- ano by Jan White, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don White; Julia jillett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. ames M. Gillett, will play a larinet solo, "Concertino" (We- >er), accompanied by Edward 'urechek. Following introduction of Junior Rotarians, Marianne van Schaik f Zeist, The Netherlands, foreign xchange student, will be intro- luced. Also introduced at the ame time will be Dr. and Mrs. J aul D. Anneberg, in whose home tfarianne is spending this school year, and their daughter, Bethany. President Bockhaus will welcome the visitors and guests. Members of the Manning club will be introduced by President Max Detiefsen and members of the Coon Rapids club by President Matt Barren. Girl Scouts Set Meeting Schedule • Time* lliroiil New* Service) SCRANTON - Scranton Girl Scouts began their regular weekly meetings this week. Mrs. Donald Hicks will be the ceed normal along the Gulf Coast i leader of the beginning group of and east of the Appalachians as : fifth graders who will meet each well as in areas just east of the Continental Divide. Subnormal amounts are anticipated west of Monday afternoon after school at the Hick's home. The sixth graders will meet also is indicated." he Divide and also in the middle on Monday afternoons in the home Mississipi Valley. In unspecified of Mrs. Dwiyht Hair. Mrs. John areas about normal precipitation • Still will be their leader, assisted by Mrs. Hair. Kighth grade girls will meet on DUNNING IS PROFESSION Tuesday afternoons at the Legion CHICAGO (AP< — Dunning fie-I'all and will be led by Mrs. \Vill- Imquent debtors now is a proles- j iam Ksclohr who will be assisted MOM. Dr. Eugene Barnes, a psycho- j temporarily by Mrs. T. P. Hunt, logist, says the collection agency is | Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hutchison, similar to a traffic control system Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hutchison and und policemen "The 45 billiun dol- Mrs. Alkv Payne of Hrycoland, lar credit fcoiioiuy of the I'riiu-il Minn, spent Uisi Wednesday in The fatality was the 13th in Des, States is equally dependent on the Sioux City with Mr and Mrs. Wal- Moines this year. j collect inn agency," he says. j i«r Overmeyer.

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