Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 19, 1959 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Business Services 14'Livestock for Sale 41 Apartment for Rent 65 GIIKKTING CARPS—LARGEST SE- lection, cards fx)r all occasions. A Hallmark card from you mrans more. If it's greeting cards it's at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc CARD OF THANKS Up to 26 words _ fl.50 AU over 25 words 6c per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column Inch _ $1-60 Additional Insertions ____.S1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. dav of publication except Saturday nnd 8 a. m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 n. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One clay, per word _ _ 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 cenu Cards of Thanks Loans 12 PHOWTTIOV MONEV TO LOAN, If you wish to buy 50.500 head rtt rait IP or shpi'p arid have- HIP food to ffcil them. \vo hnvo the money to |o;m. Write Box C ': Daily _Timps lloiiild. 12-2-»H-3t'p CARD OF THANKS T wish to thank my friends and relatives for the many cards nnd letters received while In St. Joseph's Mercy Hospital, Sioux Cltv, Your thoughtfulness was greatly appreciated. Sioux City, I own 3-246-ltp A n nouncements _ ^6 1)0 N'T DKSPA1R1 NO NKKD TO miss favorite T.V. programs. Let our experts fix your set. Dependable. prompt, reasonable. For sure-to-sallsfy service call 9513. Sporrer's T.V. _ fi-.246-6tc NO PURCHASE NECESSARY _ 1 ~—^ FREE...Gift to «ilritr mother or fotlifr rnnUng inquiry an fartngi f^ty fan mok» on ALL TOYS. Guomnlttd to lav* pm»nli up to 20X OFF r«aulor retail 6-236-ltc BIAJ, 3636 FOB FRESH CTIT FUMV- prs for any occasion. Ann's t lower _ and Gift Shoo. ^2™* vvrTiRT PIANO' TUNING. MICK Addisun. Dial 4214. 6-245-2tc Lost 1.0ST: riTHSK CONTAINING drivers license, and medication. Kewiircl. J'hune 3785. 7-245-3tc Business Services 14 YOUR T.V. SET REPRESENTS A hig Investment. Don't tinker with It! Instead, call us. It's routine business for us to remedy all m.-iki's at T.V. troubles. For'guar- anteed service call Coast to Coast. 14-246-Gtc IT'S TIME TO SHINE! RENT A Uissnll Shampoo Muster Cleaner for rugs. $1.00 a day. Coast-to- Coast Store. 14-100-ltc WE DO PICTURE FRAMING . . . Photograph's, certificates, paintings. Three-day service. Joe's Paint Center. 14-135-1 tc DIAL 43113 FOR THE BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do White Shirts. HH Cleaners. 14-231-tfc 6 T A B T E R, GENEttATOR, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck:. Kelnart Service, across street west of _ Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc PETE HAS JtJST 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 8AWS SHARPENED. O. O. ROBERTS 620 West 13th. Phone 9405. 14-233-12tp LIQUIDATING STOCK OF PLASTIC LAMINATED CABINET TOP MATERIALS Formica, Armstrong Corlex, General Electric Reg. 75c Square Foot, cut to 50c sq. ft. (Some Patterns 40c sq. ft) One large preformed kitchen top, 2 ready-made bathroom cabinet tops priced to sell. Complete Metal stock, all lengths, to be liquidated at cut price. PLASTIC WALL TILE Field Tile 2c each FORMICA CUTTING BOARDS 12x15, Reg. S3.75 to go at $3.00 10x22, Reg. $5.95 to go at $5.00 LINOLEUM CARPET LAYING SERVICE Alvin Hoinrichs 908 N. West St. Carroll, Iowa i, i,oAN~sTi;r TO $500.00. Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carroll. 12-209- itc PERSONAL LOANS 1'T 1 TO $S()n — Loans and Installment financing — Cars, equipment, household goods. SAM Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa Take a Tip From The Man Who Has One f 'You Can't Beat A LAND BANK LOAN" H*r« or* iom« of th« many why you ihould chaoi* a land Sank 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 Instruction 13 U.S. CIVIL SERVICE TESTS! MEN, women, 18-52. Start high as Jf05.00 week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free Information on jobs, salaries, requirements. Write Today! Lincoln Service, Pekln 4, Illinois. 13-246-3tp CJood Things to Eat 18 UKSKKVK THK RANCH KOOM OH the Lariat Room for special business meetings or parties. Paul_!™-L_ Ca !?: 18-246-ltc STKWINO IIKNS, 2!)c LB. BIIKN- ny's Market. 18-2'16-ltc Business Opportunities 19 FOll SAJ,K: FLKSITNE1VS 11EST- aurant. Small profitable business. Must sell before Jan. 1st account of other plans. Call 2020 Camill or 7181 Lake City. 19-241-6tp MILK ROUTK FOH SALK. XKAHLV new truck. Write Box A r ; Times Herald. 19-2J5-3tp Male Help Wanted 21 MEN for outside retail sales positions in appliances and furniture . I present earning opportunity cx- . cellcnt and future possibilities dei pend on your interest in developing yourself . , . must be ambitious, and have a pleasing personality . . . experience not necessary . . . car essential. GAMBLES 21-228-3tc 50 YKAR OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. p. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfc MAKUIED MAN WITH FARM EX- perienoe to work the year around. Excellent living quarters. Inquire in person. Dr. Chester A. Brecher, Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-12tc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTKD: UOMICN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immedi- uto employment, apply in person. Ominu Foods Co. 22-23G-12tc (.1111. KOH ( I1K( KOIT (,'OI'NTKU. Kxperlenc'ed prel'ei-red hut nol neeessary. Apply In person at Fari'wav Stoic 1 in Carroll. __'_ ^-245-310 HAHV (Sn'TIJH roil OCf .VSION'AI, afternoons. Dial 2,'«<5. 22-2-15-3tp SPECIAL FEEDER PIG SALE 3000 TOP WISCONSIN FEEDER PIGS will be sold Friday, Oct. 23 at the Hampton Sales Company Hampton, Iowa Starting at 1 p. m. Weights will run from 40 to 90 Ibs. Pigs will be sorted into uniform sizes and amounts to suit the buyer. All pigs will be identified by ear tags, and will be the best that Wisconsin produces. Special feeder pig trucks will be available to deliver pigs any place. 3000 Pigs For more information call NEIL HARLAN GL-6-3439 — Hampton, Iowa 41-246-3tc FOK SALE! 70 PUREBRED DUUO<! boars. Vaccinated for chtiienj and Erysipelas. Wayne RannlnRer, 3 west. 3% nortn. APARTMENTS AVAILABLE-. Ft Finished or unfurnished. Mr.N'ahh Building. Dial Mfiso. 65-2.19-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. Farms for Sale DIAL SI 09. 65-132-tfc 67 Daily Record 920 ArRES ON < ONTHAf T. priffil riKlit. low intiTrsl rate. Frank llofftnnnn. l)l;il 2i!ln. ____ __ ______ _i;7-'/n-tfr : ifio AMUC ri,i;A*A,\ r vu.i.iov farm for siilf*. Owner will sell »n ri.ritnirl with $lf>.i«)0 down. ,I<>hn Gn.'irn KPM! Kstalcv <;7-2-l.V2lc MINNESOTA FARMS Fon SAI,E: \Vc have the best In Mlnnrsota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Cranltc Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc MAYOR'S COURT Traffic Finrs— Jerry L. Lewis, West side, ond costs, careless driving. 125 Farms for Rent 68 FOR RKNT: GRADE A 1110 ACIIK dairy farm. Bulk tank nnd pipe llnr milker. 50-50. Write I!ox Z '•'„ Times JlejBkt __ HH-21-l-3tp FOR HUNT: '!00 AC"UK FARM FOR ItKiO. Wiit.e B<>\ UN '•„ Times Herald. fiS-2'l5-;)tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 l!)i>8 rilKVHOI.KT BISCAYNK 4- floor, V-H, puwergliflp, radio, hentor, 2-tone blue, Hcnp local car. McCoy Motors. 71 -246-tfc ViB FORD rCH'NTUY SKI)A\ HTA- tion \vagnn. (i piissrneer V-K, l.oi;al one owner, low mileage cur: T>H Kdsel 2 door hard tup: '57 T -1 drrrir sedan. At Irocli 71-2-1 1-1 fc . At special reduced prices. Witt rock MM- FOK SALK: I!)57 I'l.V.MOlTH, 2- dooi - Siivoy. I.MW mileujje. Vi'rv goorl condition. Dnle [feever. Cllcf- tlen. 7i-2-J4-Hlp Used Tires FOK SAI-K: ". tires, 7.iiii x John Urandl, 73 S\()\V AM.) Mini IS, tli't 1 nnd wheel. J2Ki North Adams. 7.'!-245-2to DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- . . r era. Bangs and Lento. At Farm Auto Service IV. north of Carroll. Joe Pudcn?: I — and Son. 41-220-tfc 75 LANDRACB BOAKS. EDWARD P. Brlncks. 2 miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SAJCE: PUnEBRED DUROC Boars. Walter ' Platt, CJlldden. FOR SAT-K: 84 FKKDKR I'lGS. \AC- clnated. Eugene Helthoff, Templeton. 41-244-310 FOR SALE: BO irEAD OF PU11I5- bred Spotted Poland spring bonrs, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2',-i miles north of AspinwalL Iowa. HOLSTEFN HKIFKHS. FRESHKN soon, CFV, week old Holsteln heifer. Leo Daeges. 41-245-3tp Livestock Wanted 43 If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call'Bob Six Cgrroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc. 43-177-ltc Building Supplies 47 WK SUGGEST—HAVE YOTJK CAK- burctor adjusted for winter driving now! sec Glonn. Lockhart Automotive Service. 75-222-tfc FOH G E N E It A L AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or hnnic. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUR OLD RELIABLE BUICK- Pontiac 'dealer befure you ouy 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 ! Hatcheries 32; I'Olt SALK: KOSK COMIi. CiOMlKN SleKi'liruiKht, Bandy Roosters, Hi.'inian Ilalchury, Arcadia, Iowa. Farm Machinery 33 FOK SALK: IU.>0 FOKI1 TKACTOIt. Altenlion J-'ai'iners - tumiels for cribs, llalbur Implement C'o. Ilal- lnir,_Iowa. 33-i3-Ui-3tc STKCIALS: WAYXK HANGING Fi.'iMlcj'.s only $'_>,!I8 each: Permanent Anil Kree/.e $1.!M) gal. Sitecial dlscnunl on ton lots of Vvuyne Imp. O>. Livestock for Sale 41 J''OH SALK: I'l KK1S11KI) SI'OTTKI) 1'oland Hoars, Van. Albert Wenck, 5 ml. No. 2',j Kasl. Carroll. 41-2-10-ltp lOlt SALK: <L"> IIKAI) I'UltlOliJtKU SuotU'd l j oland China boars, vuc- rliinaU.'d douljle treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Kroe Delivery. Klchtird tirlggs, S miles south of Templeton i-nrner and nii west. 41-173-3tc LUM BURR SEZ: A dumb girl counts on her fingers ... a smart one on her legs! You can always count on Kanne Lumber & Supply for the best buys in building materials. Let us show you how to plan, estimate costs and finance. PHONE 4373 KANNE Lumber & Supply 814 W. 9th — Carroll 47-246-ltc Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 — Wilfred Irlmeier, Closing On) Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and S',4 south, or 3 miles west of Dcdham on 141 and 3Vi miles south. Wieland & Kerkhoff Bros.. Aucts. Tuesday, Nov. 24 WUllam Dorpinghaus, closing out furm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Vi mile west. Wieland and Tigges, Aucts. November 25 - Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out sale, Hi miles East of Dedham. Wieland, Irlbeck & Tlgges, 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. Dee. 1 Wm, Kcnnebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 njiles south on Airport road, Vz mile east and Vi mile south. Or 2 miles north 2 ! /2 east and Vi mile south of WUley. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dec. 10 - Mrs. Bertha Hessling & Ron closing out farm sale. I mile East and 2U North of Carroll or 3 miles West and l»i South of Lidderdale. Boss & Byerly. Aucts. Dee. 14 — Dwlght Reever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and Vi mile North of Glidrien, 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, I mile east and % south. Byerly & Irlbeck. Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wiederln. Closing Out Sale. IVi miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south, Vi east of Breda Grote & Bverlv Aucts. JUSTICE COURT Traffic Finos— Jerry L. Lewis, Westside. $25 and costs, fmhire to have control of vehicle; Donald G. Sykes, Car- toll. $5 nnd costs, improper parking: and Richard Bryant, Los Angeles. Calif., $5 and costs, truck speeding. Bound Over— Melvin S. Martin. 25. Carroll, was bound over to the grand jury ;it a hearing in Justice Court here Saturday on charges of alleged theft of tools from the Carroll Sand and Gravel Company. Billy Lee Soil, 18, of near Manilla, was bound over to the grand jury on a charge of larceny in the nighttime in connection with the alleged theft of clothing from a car owned by Richard Schrum of Colorado who was visiting in Manning. Both Martin and Soil were held in the Carroll County jail in lieu of $2,000 bond, the sheriff's office said. Martin was not involved in the Manning car breakin as previously reported, the sheriff's office said. Roger Hollander, 19, Manilla, bound over to the grand jury earlier last week, is charged with participation in both the Carroll and Manning burglaries. He is being held in custody in lieu of $2,000 bond. All the tools in the Carroll break- in and all the clothing and other items taken at Manning have been recovered, Sheriff Al T h o r u p said. COURTHOUSE Real Estate Tranfers— Andy H. Buss to Russell F. Bayer. Lot 4. Block 28, Third Addition to Glidden. Timei H«r*!d, Carroll, I«. *» Monday, Oef 19, 1959 j founds, with instances up to 35 cents, on ti\c Chicago livfUork market Monday Sows WCTP mostly steady to weak. The market for butchers was moderately active Mont f',o por- cent of the MI'.VS were sold for shipment'. Several head of uniform No Is scaling 2(Hi-2I.i pounds brought the top of $1.125 Mivd nr.-ide No 1 to 3 sow.s scaling .ion }/!."> pound.s sold from $11 to $12 25 Slaughter steers and lieifers were moderately active and mostly steady. Cows sold fully si early and bulls strong to 50 cents up. Mostly prime 1,150-1.400 pound steers brought $28.75 to $29. Mixed choice and prime heifers brought $26.50 to $27. Deaths, Funerals MRS. LVDIA CORRIN | Landgraf will officiate. r?uri;il «ii! Mrs Lydia Corrin, 7R, of Ode-' he in the family lot in thr> rlmrch bolt., died at St. Anthony Hospitalcemetery at LirlrlfHalr in Carroll at 6:20 a.m. Oct. 19.! \f r . Wenck wa« horn [)<•<• II. She was arlmitted to the hospital | 872 . j n Illinois. Me was rnai-n-J (Jet- 11. ( 0 Emma Kopplcm.m in She.rul.-iri Township Mnrch 2. H!!K7 Mrs CHARLES BERNHOLT7 Wenrk died M,-irch 0. Ifi.VZ Ho Charles Rornholtz about fifi. at was a member of Immamiel Lu- his home north of Carroll Mon- •. theran Church, flay noon. Death was caused by j Surviving are a daughter. Mrs a ne art attack 'Herman Ruse, Auburn; two fcons, Arrangements are pending at AK'ln Wenck, LirJdderdak-. and the Sharp Funeral Home in Car- ; Harry Wenck, Carroll; two broth- Steel- 'Continued from Page 1> PLASTIC WINDOW COVKHS—Slo each. See us for all your winter needs. We Install glass in your windows and doors. Dlul .1248, Green 13uy Lumber Co. 47-237-tfe Household Goods 51 KKKP THK CAKPKT CLKANINCi problem small—use Blue Lustre on your wall to wall. Matt Fur- nlt ure_j:o. 31-2-1(5-1 tc L'*K1> OAK Hl'NJi Ul<:i) WITH l.AI)- dcr and rull, complete, $85.00. Mall Furniture Co. 51-2-1fi-2lc GIANT 15 CV. i'T. COHONAUO Home Freezer . . . $229.95. Only ,$5.00 down. Gambles. 51-242-tfc Wanted to Buy 53 WA.NTKD TO Bi;V: HOl'NI) 1'IAXO stool. Phone 3J(J9. 53-24B-3tp For Sale 55 WE HAVE THE GENUINE , >«Ttk,r 7tiaM& TbpQuality LAS TIN G (#0^ W , ND 5 W MATERIALS FLEX-O-GLASS GLASS-O-NET WYR-O-GLASS 18 SCREEN-GLASS FLEX 0-PANE •MANDIP ON THI 1001 MIAMI SATISFACTION OI/4KAMTK* CARROLL LUMBER CO. I'-OU SALK: 30 GAL. SfMJAX water heater. $35.00. Elmer Helman, Phone 2UI4. 55-246-Ho NKW GAS KUUNACK. 180,000 ll'l'U. .Space heater 60,000 BTU. 17 ft. upright Deep Freeze. Dial 3297. 55-244-tfc Room for Rent FOH UEN'T: SLKEl'ING BOOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tfo dustry wants a freer hand at making manpower and other economies — a leeway that McDonald said would come only "over my dead body." 2. The union wants economic concessions that the industry strongly opposes. Each side gave some ground. The industry offered to submit its management prerogative demands to arbitration. Even this the union rejected. The union pared down its wage-benefit demands. But they were still too high for the steel firms. When peace efforts folded Sunday night the union stuck fast on a proposal for a two-year contract it valued at 19'/z cents per hour per man. The industry, saying the cost was far more, stood for a three-year pact of something about half what the union wanted. Pro-strike worker earnings averaged $3.11 an hour. R. Conrad Cooper of U.S. Steel Corp., chief industry negotiator, said the industry boosted its money offer from a 2 per cent payroll increase to 2.0 pc-r cent and was unwilling to go higher, lie said j the union proposal called for a 5 per cent hike. Kaiser Steel Corp., it was revealed, had helped the union draft a proposal designed to settle the dispute. But major steel companies meeting with Kaiser in New York Saturday decided to reject the plan. The Kaiser-Union talks had been going on secretl.y for months as a side line to the "main negotiations. Kaiser finally announced Sunday it would not make a separate deal with the union, and would stick with the rest of the industry. Houses for Sale 63 J''OK HALK I5V OYVNMt: 'i IJICIJ- room luumt unit several ai'ios on south side. Dlal_3U02. U3J|40-_Gtp FOR SALE: 8*3 U.K. IIO.MKS. WK have a nlco selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wilber Vtfalkup Real Ksiale. Phone ^6'J9. 63-217-lfc Legal Notices Apartment for Rent 65 FOB KENT: a IIKimOOM Al'T. Stove and refrigerator furnished. Phone 2380. 85-34<l-3tc Al'T. DIAL »703. BS-ii'iH-tfo 47-24fi-ltc MIKUUUOM Al'T. TI1.K J LOOKS, modern kitohen. Graham Apartment*. ; 01 AITOLVI'MKNT OK AltMLMSTKATKIX STATK OF IOWA. (.'AHHO1.L COr.NTY, >.-,. No. 779fi MH'K'K IS I1KKKBY (,I\KN. thai tin 1 umici'MKiH'ii lias id-en dulv ap- liiiintud and (iu;i!ittrcl a> admlnlstra- i trl.v <>f t he iv,lalc of I.CUM,ml 11. • MruiiUt'inun iliTca.-.cil, laic uf I'ai'foll County. All pi-i .-mi>. liuli'ljlcd to said I'Stulc uiv i'i'fiui'.-,i,'i| in m.iKe ini- mt'diate paynn'iit: and thusu having '• claims uwalnst tin- same svill present I them, dulv luniicn:jr.tied, to the un-i derslgnod for allowance, and file In Ihf oi'i'irc of tin- I'k-rk df the- DIs- li id Court. i l.i/i-l lini;,"..;<'i!ian Uu.vscil > \S UII.-M iic'l, AltunifV Unlfd (Irloljrr in r),Y,) Oct. I a, 19, »v Ifl.M} POLICE DEPARTMENT Autos Hit, No One Hurt- No injuries were reported in an auto accident here Saturday about 5:25 p.m. on Maple Street north of the intersection with Sixth Street, police said. A car driven by Cletus J. Goetzinger, 29, Carroll, was leaving a parking spot on the east side of Maple Street and was involved in a collision with a car driven by Bernard J. Schenkelberg, 59, Carroll, who had turned a corner and was southbound on Maple Street, police said. The right rear fender and bumper of the Goetzinger car and ; the left front fender and door of | the Schenkelberg car were damaged. FIRE CALLS Dry Run— The Carroll fire department answered a call for a truck fire about three miles west of here on highway 30 at 3:40 p.m. Satur day but failed to catch up with (he truck reported to have been on fire, Harold, H. Grundmeier, fire chief, said. The fire truck returned at 4:10 p.m., he said. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions — Thomas Champion, Carroll Kenneth R. Cornelius, Glidden Eari Loudenback, Glidden Mrs. Robert D. Asberry, Exira Michael P. O'Day, Dunlap John Irlbeck Jr., Coon Rapids Mrs. Maude E. Sinkey, Jefferson Martin Frank, Arcadia Mrs. Stella Davenport, Coon Rapids Delbert F. Palmer, Coon Rapids Mrs. John Meister Sr., Carroll Mrs. Edward W. Onken, Glidden John M. Peterson, Carroll Mrs. Dwight W. Simpson, Sac City Dismissals — Mrs. William D. Compton, Coon Rapids Karen Kay Irlbeck, Templeton Mrs. Edwin W. Onken, Glidden Frank S. Chain, Dedham Ronald Swanson, Carroll Jean Marie Wegman, Carroll Cynthia Louise Huegerich, Carroll Mrs. Clayton Broich, Carroll Joan Ann Danner, Carroll Mrs. Merlin C. Warnke, Carroll Mrs. Blair Harden, Carroll Neil J. Bock, Scranton Gary E. Huff, Carroll Mrs. Joseph J. Muhlbauer and baby, Manning Leo W. Koenig, Halbur Arden J: Wittry, Carroll Mrs. Dennis F. O'Tool and baby, Glidden Mrs. Herbert J. Frahm, Manning Thue Kyndesen, Exira Craig Romey, Templeton Mrs. Wayne W. Rupiper and baby, Michelle Janice, Carroll Frank Niceswanger, Carroll Linda Sue Vonnahme, -Arcadia Ilirths— Mr. and Mrs. James Owens, Lake City, a son, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Kanne, Carroll, a daughter, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ralph A. Kanne, Carroll, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Kermit A. Borkowski, Lake City, a daughter Monday Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Staples, Arcadia, a .son, Monday. MANNINti GENERAL HOSPITAL (Tliuris Ill-rait) New» Senior > Dismissal — Mrs. Harold llansen, Kxira Mrs. Orville Meyer, Lake View CHICAGO 'AIM - i USD A > Hogs 10,000; 15 to 35 lowor; mixed grade 1-3 200-230 Ibs and mixed grade 2-3 230-270 Ibs comprise bulk; mixed grade 2-3 and mixod Is, 2s and 3s 190-230 Ib butchers 12.75-13.00; a few lots mostly 3s around 200-210 Ibs also 12.75; is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-220 Ibs 13.00-13.15; several head uniform Is 200-215 Ibs 13.25; mixod grade "-3 and 3s 230-280 Ibs 12.(50-12.90; several lots mixed Is nnd 2s and 2s 230-250 Ibs 12.H5-13.00; a few decks mostly 3s 280-310 Ibs 12.2512.65; a deck mostly .'is around 365 Ib butchers 11.75; mixed grade 1-3 180-195 Ibs unevenly 122513.00. little below 12.50; mixed grade 1-3 300-425 Ib sows 11.0012.25; mixed grade 2-3 425-550 Ibs 10.00-11.25. Cattle 23,000; calves 100; bulls strong to 25 higher; around 20 loads mostly prime 1,150-1,400 Ih steers 28.75-2900; bulk choice and mixed choice and prime 26.7528.50; good to low choice 24.7526.50; a few standard 23.50-23.75; a few mixed utility and standard 22.50 - 23.00; mixed choice and prime heifers 26.50-27.00; bulk good to high choice 23.75-26.25; utility and standard 17.50-23.00; utility and commercial cows 14.2518.00; a few standard 18.00-20.00; oanners and cutters 12.00-16.00: a few heavy Holstein cutters 16.25; a few light shelly canners down to 10.50; utility and commercial bulls 18.50-21.50, a few 21.75; a few good and choice .vealers 31.0032.00; most standard and good 25.00-30.00; cull and utility 15.0024.00; mixed good and choice 465 Ib stock steers calves 31.00; a small lot common 675 Ib stock steers 19.00. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.88 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .95 Oats _ .61 roll. ers, Henry Wenck and John Wenck, Carroll: 11 grandchildren nnd 33 great-grandchildren. Besides his wiff, three sister* FRED C. WENCK Fred Christ Wenck, 86. Lidderdale, died after a long illness and one brother preceded him in about 5 p.m. Sunday at St. An-, deaths. thony Hospital, where he had been a patient since Aug. 30, Funeral services will be Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the Huff- ANDREW M. JASPER Final rites for Andrew \f. Jasper, 53, Breda, were held at 9 man Funeral Home in Carroll, fol- *,™' Saturday at. St.. Bernard's lowed by services at 2 p.m. fl f f-hnrch in Hreda. conducted by the i " * 11 A *. i n 11 n.. -«... n. -.* : Iminanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale. The Rev. Wllllnm G. Electiorts- (Continued from Page 1) Kev. J. P. Bailsman. Burial was in our Lady of Mi Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmol under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Art Denier, Irvin Ludwig, Frank Vonnahme, Eddie Sturm, Joe Feldman sioner and city, treasurer on the • and Herman Grote. | Perry ballot. j Mr. Jasper, who had farmed Here'Ss how the November elec- near Breda all his life, died at St lion picture shapes up: 'Anthony Hospital Oct. 14, after a AUDUBON — Three-man battle j week ' s ""'ness, expected for mayor's job, vacated ELIZABETH GERBER (Times Hrralrl N>w» S by Fred Haeberle. Joe Sklenar, Johannes P. 'Bruun and Sam Ross are in the fight. . ATLANTIC-Three city council i ™*» for Elizabeth Mary Gerber. a j]! 69, were held at Annunciation COON RAPIDS — Funeral set- seats up in November and three incumbents seeking re-elec-,,, ., ,, . . „ , , , ,, lion. Park Commission member | * rlda y- 0cL lh Celebrant of the Catholic Church here at 9:30 a.m. Chicago Groin These Market* Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev High Low Close Close WHEAT Dec. 197% 19712 197% 197% 197 Tf March 202 201 \ 201% 201 T< 202 199 >.£ May July CORN 199% 198 \ 199 199% 184 183 : <4, 183% 184 Dec. 108% 107% 108% 108 >A March 113V* 112% 113 112% May 115% 115'i 115% 115% July 117% 117% 117% 117 Vi OATS Dec. March May July RYE Dec. 74 H 73% 71 65 13514 70% 64% 73% 73 70'. 65 134 H 134 % 138 137 % March 138% May 138 137 July 13314 132% 132% 132 1321/4 132 # SOY BEANS Nov. 212% 211*4 211% 212% 212 212% Jan. 217% 216Vz 216% 217>, 216% 217% 220% 220% 220% 221 March 220% 220 Traffic Toll- (Continued from Page 1) Mr. and Mrs. Klvin Hemmick, Lake View, a son, Oct. 15. Chicago livestock CO 'AH i Hatcher hogs 16 (o lift cenu a hundred crashed into the back of a pickup ;ruck on Highway 35 north of New Virginia. Leonard Eberle, 47, of Emmets- jurg, died in an Emmetsburg hospital Saturday of injuries suffered n a one-car accident near Pocahontas more than a week ago. Hit-Run Victim And Mrs. Patience Horton, 66, of Des Moines, was killed Friday night in a hit-run accident. Donald Martu, 27, of Des Moines, owner of the car which police say killed Mrs. Horton, has been charged with manslaughter. He pleaded innocent. Two other lowans died in out- of-state crashes. Alvina Lewis, in her forties, of Sioux City, was one of three persons killed in a two- car crash on an intersection four miles west of South Sioux City, Neb., Sunday. Mrs. Arlene D. Brockney, 40, of Elma, died Sunday in a two-car crash in eastern Minnesota, near Sha(er. Dennis Jack Midcalf 22, of Marion was fatally injured Sunday when his motorcycle rammed into the back of a car in Cedar Rapids. Midcalf died in University Hospitals in Iowa City from a fractured skull, jaw and leg. Santlna A. Pusateri of Cedar Rapids was the driver of the car. TO BLANK HOSPITAL Linda Sue Vonnahme, six-year- old daughter of Mr. and M r s. Wayne P. Vonnahme, left her iron lung fur an ambulance trip to the Blank Hospital Rehabilitation Center in Des Moines this morning. Linda Sue had been a patient at St. Anthony Hospital since Oct. 4, a victim of paralyzing polio. Now .she is regaining the use of • upper extremities, and additional physio-therapy available at t h e Blank Memorial will facilitate her recovery. This treatment will last an indefinite time, perhaps six woks, hor local physician mass was the Rev. R. E. Dougherty. Burial was in the Catholic Cemetery, Coon Rapids, under direction of the Huffman Funeral Chap-* el. Pallbearers were Jack Lynn, Dennis Brannon, George Kult, Lee Lloyd Crinnigan and Joe Rodney Jensen apparently unopposed. Big issue centers around government efficiency. IOWA CITY — Three council seats to be decided. There are no issues, according to observers, and little interest in the election. WEBSTER CITY—Webster City candidates have no opposition for council, library board, park cam' mission and other offices, but special issue on the ballot will be a $55,000 bond issue to cover swimming pool improvements. IOWA FALLS—Main November election issue is on proposal to issue up to $875,000 in bonds for the Iowa Falls Community School District for a new junior high school. Election set for Nov. 18. DAVENPORT—May be one of the quiest elections in Davenport's history, based on present indications. Both Democrats and incumbent Republicans pinpoint to "sound fiscal policies and management" as the one essential campaign issue. DES MOINES—No tangible issues. But two seats to be filled on the council, Municipal Court clerkship to be decided and four municipal judges to be named. OTTUMWA — Voters to decid whether a Municipal Court should be established hi Ottumwa, re placing two existing justice of the peace and local police courts. KEOKUK—Two council seats to be filled and the mayoralty for which James F. O'Brien is not a candidate for re-election. FORT DODGE — Voters will pick two councilmen and a mayor. Incumbent Mayor Marvin B. Ved- vig is seeking re-election. DUBUQUE—Two councilmen to be chosen, no apparent issues are at stake. MUSCATINE—School board directors will seek authority to issue $1,150,000 in school building bonds and to levy a 10-year, 2V4- mill buildings and sites tax for construction of a new elementary and junior high school. COUNCIL BLUFFS—Two council seats to be decided along with a six-year term on the Park Commission. If there's a major issue, observers say, it probably boils down to pro versus anti-city manager form of government. The anti-manager element has tried twice in three years, by special election, to restore the mayor-alderman form. BURLINGTON—Issues of water fluoridation, disposition of the old post office building and alleged inefficiencies in the operation of city departments may add spice. There are at least four candidates for mayor and a total of 16 candidates for city office. CENTERVILLE — Political pot bubbling, observers say, with ' her life. Since August""she"had three slates of candidates in the j made her home with a niece, Mrs field—Democratic, Republican and Robert Campbell, in Manning. "The Peoples Ticket." At stake: Nine nieces and four nephews su/ Mayor and five council seats. yive. CARROLL— Little contest seen in the vote for mayor, city treas- j MRS. ANNA WICK Relatives attending the services were Mrs. Charles Lenhoff, Mrs. Herman I^iding, Mrs. Frank Winklebouer, and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Baker, Randolph, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weeks and Peggy, Lanesboro; Mr. and Mrs. George Greteman, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uckelman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broich, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Jurgens and Billy, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Meyers and Jean Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank, Matt Bornback and Dorothy Duncan, all of Carroll. Miss Gerber, who had lived in Coon Rapids for the past 24 years, died at her home here early Wednesday afternoon. ROY BRUCE (Times Herald NKWS Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Roy Bruce, 68, Lake City, will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20, at the Woodlawn Christian Church here, with the Rev. Howard Prather officiating. Burial, under direction of the Karn Funeral Home, will be in Cottonwood Cemetery. The body will be at the church for viewing from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Bruce died early Sunday morning at McVay Memorial Hospital. He had been in ill health for some time. He was employed by Calhoun County for many years. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Ruth Bruce, Lake City; a son, James Bruce, Albert City; two brothers, Fred Bruce, Tucson, Ariz., and Arthur Bruce, Des Hoines; and one sister, Mrs. W. L. Hobbs, Churdan. He was preceded n death by his first wife (Mary Sharkey), five brothers and three sisters. USAN ALSPACH (Time* Herald New* Service* MANNING — Susan Alspach, 89, died early Sunday at Manning "eneraJ Hospital where she had been a patient since Friday. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Ohde Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Carl Sinning, pastor of the Manning Presbyterian Church, officiating. Buriai-vrill be in the Carroll Cemetery. Miss Alspach was born May 6. 1870, at McKeensburg, Pa. She came to Carroll County as a small child, and lived in Carroll most of urer, park commissioner and five councilmen. EDUCATION DINNER TUESDAY Members of the Carroll County (Tlinei Herald News 8<r»ic«> LANESBORO — Services for Mrs. Anna Wick, 79, were held at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, at 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. Education Association will meet lie. The Rev. John A. Lewis, pas- f or dinner at 6:30 Tuesday, Oct. I (or of the First Presbyterian 20, at the American Legion build- j Church of Lake City, was in ing in Manning. Speaker will be j charge of the service. Mrs. Richa representative of the SAC ah- cr d Johnston, organist, also ac- force base. companied Mrs. John E. Toyne Jr. and Mrs. Burdette Twogood, who sang two duets. Burial was in Lanesboro Cemetery. Pallbearers included S. C. Zimbeck, Paul Zimbeck, W. H. shoemaker, Eldon Howe, Glenn Hall and E. J. Dowling. Born in Germany in 1879, she came to this country with her par- I'riday evening included Mr. Han- i t «nls at the a^'e 'of four and one- neman's parents and sister, Mr. [ half years. She married W. 1C. and Mrs. Earl Hanneman and * Johnson, Dixon, III., Aug. 26, 1901. Mrs. Arlene Kelly, Sioux City; his .They lived in Illinois until 1910. brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and; «-heu they came to Iowa, coming Mrs. John Hanneman and family, to Lanesboro in 1913. Mr. Johnson humboldt: and his cousins, Mr. died Dec. 15, 1915. Her marriage to and Mrs. Eldon Morgan, Franklin o. A. Wick of l.anesboro took rove, 111. The Morgans visited in place Sept. 17, 1925. He died in Mr. and Mrs. Don Hanneman and family, Sioux City, returned to tneir home Sunday night after being guests in the home of Mr. Hanneman's brother and sister-in- law, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Hanneman since Friday, A family dinner at the Hanneman home t h e Hanneman home from Wednesday until Saturday. Maybe the man who punched a purtor on a train in Ohio wanted pita! in l.ako to hav»> ni* .shoes shirwd uliseu hore, j u shori illuos 1952. Her parents, two sisters and two brothers also preceded.her in death. Mrs. \\iuk J.ifd at McVay Ho.s »'it\ on. in, I

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