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Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 Male Help Wanted 21 For Sale CARD OF THANKS to M words- 25 word* fl.50 CLASSIFIED DISPLAY . 60 per word Ppr column inch.. Jl.60 Additional insertions— ___.*1.40 russified displays taken until 10 a. m. £w of publication except Saturday A B a m. on Saturday. Regular i»««dfled till 9:30 a. m. Saturday. 11 I m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER 0^ d.y, P« word 6 cents One , ..... Three days, per word, days, per word .15 cents .24 cent* Cards of Thanks "~~ CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank Floyd Helthoff, Mr Frank Llewer, Dr. Joseph Martin and all of the people who con- «Hl'mted to tho Easter Seal Drive. Uie to their generosity a patlent- 5?n was made .available for our ,P since Mr. Miller broke his hip. Our most sincere thanks to friends and neighbors, who have sent cards «r nave helped in any other way. 1 Mr. ami Mrs. Alouls A. Miller ---- CARD OF THANKS WP wish to thank the sisters, and nurses at St. Anthony for tnf! care of Andrew r, also nelKhbors and friends Spiritual Bouquets, beautiful I offerlnRS and other kindnesses r recent- bereavement. i Anna Jasper Mr. find Mrs. Leo Bernlng Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Terlhmcr Announcements _ 6 rltory, home nights, experience not necessary. Karn while vou Irarn. Contact Mr. (1111 910 North Carroll St. Wednesday, October 21 at R p.m. ' 21-247-2tc 55 Hold Mother MAN, ESTABLISHED TKR- FOR SALE: TWO t : SED OT-'TSIDK I JR. OR Stt. HIGH SCHOOL BOY for part time service station work. Write Box XYZ r 'o Times Herald. 21-247-ltr MAN WITH FARM EX- tierlpnre t.n work the- vpav around. Exrellent living quarters. Inquire In person. Dr. Chester A. Brecher, Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-l2tc Female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: WOMEN TO WORK IN processing departments. Immediate employment, apply In person. __Ocoma Foods_Co. 22-236-12tc GIRL FOR CJHECKOVT COUNTER. Experienced preferred but not necessary. Apply In person at Fare way Store In Carroll. 22-245-3tc BABY HITTER FOR OCCASIONAL afternoons. Dial 23G5. 22-245-3tp Situation Wanted 24 MAN, SO, WITH CHAUFFEURS license would like lob In retail or maintenance or what have you, full or part time. Furnish references Phone 3418. 21-247-2tp flora I Salesman Wanted 25 WANTED: SALESMAN TO SELL World Herald mall subscriptions. Work consists of new and renewal sales of World Herald to farmers, also some Sunday papers to be delivered. It will pay you to look Into this. Must have car. For more Information write Merlin Olson, Ilarlan, Iowa. Hatcheries 25-247-2tp NXV* 32 PON'T PKSPAIR! NO NEED TO miss favorite T.V. programs. Let our experts fix your set Dependable, prompt, reasonable For "ure-to-satisfy service call 0513. Sporrer's T.V. 6-24b-6tc Lost ToST: PURSE CONTAINING FOR SALE: ROSE COMB. GOLDEN SlejfcbrelRht, Bandy Roosters, Keirnan llatcherv, Arcadia, Iowa. 32-242-(jtc Farm Machinery 33 Loans vilonUCTION MONEY TO LOAN. 1 If you wish to buy 50-500 head of cattle or sheep and have the feed to feed them, we have the money to loan. Write Box C 3. Dally TlmesJHerald. i 2 ' 24 ?:^ PKItSONAL LOANS UP TO $500.00. 'prompt local service. Community Loan Service. Carroll. 12-209-ltc FERSONAL LOANS UP T.O $500-Loans and Installment financing- Cars, equipment, household goods. S & M Finance Co. Carrol^ Iowa Instruction 13 rs CIVIL SKKVICE TESTS; MEN. 1 women. 18-52. Start high as ?95.(K week. Preparatory training until appointed. Thousands of Jobs open. Experience usually unnecessary. Free information on Jobs, salaries, requirements WiHe Today! Lincoln Service. Pekln 4. Illinois. U-24h-3tp Business Services 14 BABY SITTING IX Contact 314, North EVENINGS. ALL MAKES OF TV AND RADIO repaired, incl. car radios. Guaranteed work by trained experts. Latest test equipment. Coast-tp- Coast Storc.jj a ^93(53^14-101- Itc GLASS REPLACEMENT SERVICE . . . Window glass cut to fit. Joe's Paint Center. 14 : 24 _ 9 :. 1 1 ( :' IJIl T.V. SET REPRESENTS A big investment. Don't tinker with It! Instead, call us. It's routine business for us to remedy all makes of T.V. troubles. * or guaranteed service call Coast to Coast. DIAL 4883 FOR THE BEST IN cleaninE and pressing service. Remember we a\so do 'White Shirts. HR Cleaners. 14-^31-trc STARTER, GENEttATOR, MAG- neto and Ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Relnart Service, across street west of Safeway, Ph 2126. 14-180-tfc PETE HAS JUST RKTUIINED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We are able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service. Lockhart Automotive St i r4v !Sf,j. tfc GREETING CARDS—LARGEST SE- lection, cards for all occasions. A Hallmark card from you means more. If lt'« greeting cards Us at Stone Printing Co. 14-125-tfc Good Things to Eat 18 CARMEL YOUR OWN AI'J'LES AND save! 10 Ibs. Jonathan apples, $1.00. One Ib. bag Kraft Carmels at no extra cost. All for only ,11.00. Charley's Place. FRESH BULL HEADS 4 Ho MJ; J Brains 21o Ib; Pork Hearts J'Jc Ib; fresh side pork 33c 11); Rya.ru ribs, 39c Ib; Red or White Potatoes 100 Ibs. $2.79; ICA liquid soap 22 oz. 49c; Brenny's Market. FAMILY STVLE DINNERS ARE our specialty. All you can eat for 51.35 per plate. Dine with us soon. Pauline's Cafe. 18-247- lie Business Opportunities J9 MTLK ROUTE FOR SALE. NEARLY 21 Male Help Wanted 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. FOIl SALE: 1950 FOIU) TRACTOR. Attention Fanners—tunnels for cribs, llulbur Implement Co. Halbur, Iowa. 33-246-3tc SPECIALS: W A V N E HANGING Feeders only ,$2.!)U each; Permanent Antl Freeze $1.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Co. 33-242-tfc Livestock for Sale 41 FOR SALE: YEARLING, PURE- bred Suffock buck. Anton J. Klocke, 2 miles west of radio towers. Dial 2<JH2. 41-247-3tc FOR SALE: 2 HAMPSHIRE SIEAT type male hogs. From Goodchlld herd of Mallard. Marcellus Wernimont, Auburn. Phone 21 on 27. 41-247-3tp 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 uni form sizes and amounts to suit the buyer. All pigs will be iden tified 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 cull NEIL HARLAN GL-6-3439 — Hampton, Iowa 41-246-3tc doors. Cheap. G. S. Thomas 55-247-31 p Room for Rent 60 FOR RENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 99G5. 60-224-tfc Houses for Sale 63 orjr HOI'RES FOR SALE: NEW 8 BED- room home. Si5,000. Nearlv new 2 bedroom home, $15,900. 2 st.or fine 3 bedroom home, .$18.000. bedroom fl. Side home new, Sid,000. 2 bedroom s. side home nearly new $10,000; 2 Storv n. side 3 bedroom home $9,800; 5 bedroom n. side home, $12,000. Call at. our office and let us show you the home that, suits you. Burns Real Estate. Hoy J. Burns, Lambert Thelen, Dial J 2184. 63-247-1.1 c FOR SALE: 27 FT. TRAILER house. Phone 2453, Carroll or 3 on 17, Breda. 63-247-3tp TWO NEW HOMES, ONE NORTH one south side. Both 3-bdrm. homes. If purchased now you may choose your own colors. I have other 2. 3, and 4 bdrm. homes listed. John CJnam Real Kstale. (33-247-2tc FOR SALE BY OWNER: 2 11KD- room home and several acres on south side. Dial 3602. 63-246-6tp FOR SALE: 2*3 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, call us. Wilber Wnlkup Real Estate. Phone 2629. In Deaths of Five Children ALLKNTOWN, Pa. <AP» — Tho despondent and hitler' widow of a Peruvian diplomat, admitted to police Monday night that, she killed her five children by giving them a potent collection of 74 sleeping tablets, su»ar and orange juice under the pretense it was a cough medicine. "The only regret I have is that I didn't die," 41-year-old Ruth Mae Urdanivia told authorities calmly. She also drank some of the mixture, cut her wrists and turned on gas jets in efforts to take her own life. "They're better off now with their "father," Mrs. Urdanivia added. "They won't have to live in a pig sty or eat inferior food. I'm tired, tired of begging. No one helps a widow." In a statement to Lehigh County Dist. Atty. Paul A. McGinley, the slender, light brown-haired widow said that she had been planning Apartment for Rent 65 2-BEDROOM AFT.. TILE FLOORS, modern kitchen. Graham Armrt- 63-217-tfc j to kill the children and herself ever since her husband, Jose, 41, died of a heart attack two years ago in San Francisco while en route to a diplomatic mission in ments. 65-227-tfc APARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FtJIl- nlshed or unfurnished. McNabb Building. Dial 3tiSO 65-219-tfc PARKVIEW APTS. .DIAL 310!). Farms for Sale 67 320 ACRES ON CONTRACT, priced right, low Interest rate. Frank Hoffmann. Dial 2210 (57-243-tfc MINNESOTA FARMS FOR SALE: We have the best In Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfo Farms for Rent 68 FOlt KENT: 200 ACUK FARM FOR 3960. Write Box BN % Times Herald. 68-245-3tp Used Cars & Trucks 71 19!>8 CHEVROLET BISCAYXU 4- door, V-8, powergllde, radio, heater, 2-tone blue, clean local car. McCoy Motors. 71-246-tfc '58 FOIU) COUNTRY SEDAN STA- tlon wagon, 6 passenger V-8, Local one owner, low mileage cur: '58 Edsel 2 door hard top; '57 Studebaker 4 door sedan. At special reduced prices. Will rock Mo- 71-244-tfc tors. Auto Service 75 WE SUGGEST—HAVE YOUR CAR- buretor adjusted for winter driv- Tokyo. "I just couldn't make ends meet," Mrs. Urdanivia told McGinley, in unfolding the bizarre tale which finally reached its climax last Wednesday. On that morning, Mrs. Urdani- via releated, she wont to the home of her brother, William Strawbridge, and picked up two of her children, Luis, 9, and'Carol Miriam, 4. They had been staying with their uncle and aunt since Christmas. Mrs. Urdanivia told her brother and his wife that she wanted to take the children for a physical checkup. She had been living in Allentown since the death of her husband. That night, about 9:30, Mrs. Ur- danivia continued, she took IOC sleeping tablets (nidar) and mixed them with sugar and water. She told Luis, Miriam and the other children, Christine, 12, Ruth Lucille, 10, and Anna Marie, 7, to take 'them for their coughs. The children complained that it was too bitter. Mrs. Urdanivia then added orange juice. Mrs. Urdanivia slept until Monday. Aware that all of the children FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wagon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9132. 75-120-tfc New Cars 76 SEE VOUR OLD UELlAltLE UU1OK- Fontiac cloalei before you ouy a new or used car. Peters Bros, in Carroll. ft>-194-tfe TRADE FOB, A NEW '59 FORD AT the easiest place to trade In western Iowa. BUI Burgess Motor Co. 76-284-tfc FOR SALE: 70 PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, a?; north. Manning. DUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CHOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Farm north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz __an"d _Son. 41-220-tfe LANORACE BOARS. EDWARD P. Brlncks, 2 miles east, 4 south of _Carroll. 41-216-tfc FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt, Glldden. 41-209-tfc FOR SALE: 00 HEAD OF PURE- brcd Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs, also three fall boars. Charles Nissen, 2Vi miles north of Asplnwall. Iowa. "'* IIOLSTEIN HEIFERS, FRESHEN soon, f'FV, heifer. Leo week old Holstein Building Supplies 47 NEED A U'x-S*' OARAGE? ONLY $5 74 per week for materials and labor. No money down. Green Bay Lumber Co. Phone 3248. 47-247-tfc GAMBLES 21-228-3tC Odds 'n' Ends Bring Quick Cash When you need ready cash, try selling unusual articles through a Classified Ad. You'll be amazed at the fast action. You'll be pleased at the low cost! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald America'* Lowest Priced STORM WINDOW (2 WINDOW KIT-Only 42<) This Kit Contain*: 2 run sizi STORM ujiunnui WINDOW 2 Sale Date Claimed Nov. 17 Wilfred Irlmeicr, Closing Out Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and SVi south, or 3 miles west of Dedham on 141 and HVi miles south. Wiciand & Kerkhofi Bros., Auets. Tuesday, Nov. IM William Dorping- liaus, closing out iarm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and Vis mile west. Wiciand and Tigges, Aucts. November 25 Joseph L. Turner, complete closing out s,alu, I'.-, miles East of Dedham. VVieland, Irlbeck & Tli;ges, 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. 3 miles east of Carroll on Hwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Vis mile east and Vi mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2'/2 east and Vi mile south of Wllley. Byerly and Irlbeck, Aucts. Dee. 10 — Mrs, Bertha Hessling & Son closing out farm sale. 1 mile East and 2V4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 1% South of Lldder- dalo. Boss & Byerly, Aucts. Dee. 14 — Dwight Rcever, Closing Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 mllos West and Vt mile North of Glldden, or 4 miles East and Vi mile South of Wllley. Boss, Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dee. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on HI- Way 30. 1 mile south, 1 mile east and 44 south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wlederin. Closing Out Sale. l ] /4 miles west of Mt. Carmel, or 2 miles east, 2 south. Vi east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. Legal Notices NOTICE OF ATPOIXTJMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, CAUROLI, COUNTY, ss. No. 7790 NOTICE IS HF.KKBY (UVKN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executor of the estate of Charles Hath deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will pre.st.-nt them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office ol' the Clerk of the District Court. Albert Heuton, Executor R. S. Brunei 1 , Attorney Dated October 19, 1959 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Oct. 20, 27; Nov. 3, 1959 NOTJCK OK A1TOIXTMKNT OF KXKCUTOHS STATE OF IOWA, she then broke a drinking glasi and cut her wrists in an effort to end her own life. When this was unsuccessful, she turned on gas jets. Later realizing the gas might harm other occupants of ttie apartment in which she lived, she turned the jets off then collapsed. McGinley said that Mrs. Urdan- ivia "appeared rational" in giving the long statement to author ities. . . He said that he will file five general murder charges agains her later today when she is released from Sacred Heart Hospital. All of her children attended Sacred Heart school. Mrs. Urdanivia, who worked in a department store and at the hospital to support her children, expressed her bitterness when she told McGinley that she had asked for assistance several times from both Peruvian and American agencies but was turned down. WORK IN EARTHQUAKE VALLEY ... A tractor-shovel burrows through a mass of rock and dirt, part of about 43 million tons that were shifted in the Aug. 17 earthquake in Yellowstone National Park. U.S. Army engineers are building a spillway through a giant dam formed across the Madison River when the slide occurred. The impounded waters must be released to averi another disaster. The slide may also hold bodies of victims unlisted In the known toll of nine dead. Tim«» Htrald, Carroll, ?«. * •• Tu9id«y, Oct. 20, 1959 | | Colonel's Son on Fast to Protest Military Training BF.RKF.LKY. rnlif. <AP> - An Air Force colonel's son hn 1 ? started a seven-day fast in protest against compulsory enrollirionl in I he Rf.serve Officers Trmninsj Corps at the University of California. Frrrlprick Lawrenre Moore Jr, 18, listed himsolf Monday as a conscientious objector to military training although he added that he is not a practicing member of any church. The freshman mathematics student from Arlington, Va., circulated a petition and said he objected to "killing and any action aiding war or the purposes of war." His father, who Is assigned to fhe research and development division at tho Pentagon in Washington, D.C., was in Colorado on Air Force business but was expected to fly here. Young Moore said he would decide whether to continue the fast after talking with the colonel. UC, as a land grant school, is forced to offer ROTC courses. Its board of regents has made enrollment compulsory. The student body has voted a recommendation tnnt enrollment he voluntary. Sentenced For Theft of Wallets CLARION (AP)—A movie theater employe here who admitted keeping about 125 lost billfolds Tuesday began serving a 30-day jail sentence after pleading guilty to a charge of grand larceny. Police said Marion Sumners of Clarion admitted picking up the billfolds lost in the theater during the past four or five years. Sumners was arrested about two weeks ago in Rochester, Minn., where he had gone for medical attention. Officers said a billfold which had been lost in the theater was found in Sumner's car. The owner of the billfold told police it contained $40 in cash and $450 in cashable checks. Officers said in Wright County District Court Monday they found 38 billfolds in Sumner's room. Langelle( Continued from Page 1) Mrs. Sutherland Entertains P. E. 0. (Tlnics llnruld News Service) MANNING — Chapter IS, P.E.O. met Thursday evening at the home of Flora Sutherland. A 6:45 dinner was served by the social committee. "Mrs. Dorothy McKeon, Harlan, a delegate to the convention in Milwaukee, gave a report to the group. The program was in charge of Joan Hornberger, Dorothy Arp and May Opperman. Theme was "Fashion Show—Songs of the Times from Petticoats to Jetticoats." The next meeting will be with Ruth Crandall Nov. 5. Mrs. Ida Wiese entertained the B & N Friday evening, Oct. 16. Mrs. Bert Petersen and Mrs. Henry Arp were guests and received gifts. Mrs. C. W. Kinney held high; Mrs. Grover Bartcls, second. Mrs. Kinney will entertain next. Mrs. Henry Martens was hostess to the Pleasant Hour Club Wed- Lake View Clubs- Gather for Meetings (Times Hcruld News Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Charles Worswick was hostess to the Si Mozel Club at the Eleanor Welch cottage. As Mr. and Mrs. Worswick planned to leave Thursday to make their home at Tarpon Springs, Fla., the club presented Mrs. Worswick with a gift. Mrs. George Sinning is a new member of the club. Winners at cards were Eleanor Welch and Mrs. M. P. Leighter. Mrs. Fred Wells and Mrs. Maude Urban entertained the Priscilla Club at the Frozen. Members answered the roll by giving Bible verses. Mrs. Fayette Deur gave a paper on the History of the Statler Hotels. Mrs. Lora Wetzstein gave a report on an article "It's Not for Sale." Mrs. Ed Quinn entertained the Afternoon Contract Club at her home. Mrs, Kenneth Quinn was a guest. Prizes went to Mrs. Ed Quinn, Mrs. C. E. Lierman and Mrs. Lester Lille. Mrs. Austin Keiser, with Mrs. John Losure assisting, entertained the Garden Department at the Keiser home. Members answered the roll by telling of the "song birds in my garden." Mrs. C. E. Lierman presented a program entitled "Bird Banter," which included recording of bird calls and the use of bird figurines with foliage arrangements. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hil, Minburn, were Wednesday overnight guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wells. The Hills attended a Farm Bureau meeting in Buena Vista County Wednesday night. Mrs. L. D. Wright entertained the U Delt Urn Club at a 7 o'clock dinner at her home. Cards were played following the dinner. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Law- nesday. Mrs. Bert Peterson was a' rt-nce Bettin, Mrs. Harold Tjaden guest. Mrs. Herman Vogt held high ; and Catherine Monroe. at cards; Mrs. Pauline Barten, second, Mrs. Minnie Rix, low. Mrs. Rix will be hostess at the club's next meeting. • Friendly Hour Club Notes Six Birthdays Dr. Willis Homer Will Speak Sunday (Times Herald New* Service! PLEASANT RIDGE — Dr. Willis llarner, head of the English department of William Penn Col- luge, Oskaloosa, will speak Sun the undersigned has been duly up- kerl, Selma Vennink, Edna Pe- ,,,,.niPd «nri Qualified as executors ^^ DeJone Mus f d(U( Mercedes Bowers and Minnie Dales. Klda receiv- (Tiltieb HtTHl'l Nt'H.'i StTVifl') . MANNING — The Friendly Hour Club met Thursday at the home of Edith Stoherl with 20 members <>nd three guests present. Birthday the cellar hole, left when the old gifts were presented to Edith Sto- anrl qualified us executors f the estate of B. B. Lemker de- ct»:iscd, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are | ,,.,,,, ,. n ,i pi«,ivs H'lmcpv rccci requested to make immediate pay- ! «di ten ana Gladys luunstj ittti merit; and those having claims | yd anniversary gifts, and Delone Household Goods against the same will present them, dulv authenticated, to the under- Vf 11( ,r 0 i,i4 a t»>l'itorl MUStemi a UtiattQ , signed for allowance, and file In the «ift. Several Secret ral gats were day morning at the church. New gravel has been put on the church and parsonage driveways. been house was torn down, has filled in and leveled off. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McLaughlin have gone to Montana on a cattle buying trip. Sessions of Scranton quarterly meeting Saturday and Sunday vere attended by people from Jef- Court. CARROLL LUMBER CO. Junction Hwys. 71 & 30 47-247-ltc \s^s*i 51 USK» OAK IH'NK H10O \V1TII J.AI)- der and rail, complete, $85.00. Matt__yurnlt.ure_ Co. 51-^-l(i-^lc 0MJK M'STHK NOT ONJ.V KIDS carpets of soil but leaves pile soil ana lofty. Matt Furniture , r '>- Wanted to Buy 53 WANTKW TO W'Y: UOINO I'lANO stool. Phone 31(59. o.t-21()-.Jtp ~ *~^~~~~~" ^: Wednesday at the Dedham Amer-! Thursday evening. Mrs. Rt-gina, For Sale Wiican Legion hall at 8 p.m. Any Mohr was in charge of the lesson. \ Friday evening, accompanied by NF\V"~OAS nTjNA^'K~M)000 »TU. one looking for transportat i on! Lunch was served by the hostess, space heatt-r t>o,oo6 BTr. n ft. should meet at the local Legion ! Mrs. Malick Fuley will be hostess . .", ..I ™l. 4 1"\.,,..» II* n.i*i Vfi I I i • J 1 A'JO" . m 1 r~ Rockefeller- (Contlnued from Page 1) by building, and questioned and threatened him for several hours. They also tried unsuccessfully to get him to act as a spy for the Soviet Union. Langelle, on his way back to Washington, said in Amsterdam Monday night he got "pretty rough treatment" from the Soviets. He didn't elaborate. The version of the incident reported by Soviet newspaper sources is that passengers on the bus seized two men after one handed the other a large package that appeared to contain money. Authorities found one man, a Soviet citizen, had a package containing 20,000 rubles (about $5,000) and material for making secret inks. The other, Langelle, voluntarily ' handed over a notebook containing secret data written in invisible ink. AMSTERDAM, The Netherlands (AP)—Russell A. Langelle, expelled from the Soviet Union on charges of attempted espionage, waited today for State Department approval of his request to come home by ship. Langelle, his wife and their three children arrived here Monday by plane from Moscow. When asked about the Soviet charges against him, he referred to the U. S. note emphatically denying he had made any attempt at espionage. The State Department has said Langelle, 37, a security officer at the embassy, was seized by five Russians as he got off a bus, was taken to a nearby building, questioned and threatened for several hours, and that the Russians also tried unsuccessfully to get him to spy for the Soviet Union. Langelle, on arrival in Amsterdam, said his was a case of "physical abduction" and he got "pretty rough treatment." He refused to go into details and would not discuss the Soviet charges against him, referring questioners to the State Department note to the Russians. Langelle went shopping and sight-seeing in Amsterdam with his 37-year-old wife and their three children, Linda, 7, David, 5, and Mary, 2. Mrs. Knight Is Speaker at Center Church (Tlini's Heruld Now* Service) PLEASANT RIDGE — Mrs. Helen Knight and Mrs. Esther Hagan drove Saturday to Center Church, east of Newton. Mrs. Knight was a speaker at the quarterly meeting sessions held Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Knight spent Sunday at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lauren Pevestorf and children at Nevada. The occasion honored Mr. Knight's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Lincoln Thomas and children of Bayard were also guests. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Reevcr spent Saturday in Cedar Rapids with their son Richard, a student a) Coe College. Richard celebrated his birthday. The Reevers also visited a brother at Oakdale. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce McLaughlin Jr. returned last week from their trip west. Dr. W. H. Harner, head of the economics department of William 1 Penn College, Oskaloosa, spoke at the Sunday morning worship hour of the Pleasant Ridge Church. He was a dinner gqest of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hagan. Mrs. Hagan is an alumnus of Penn College. of lhe Clerk ° f thu ulslm;l i also exchanged. Elizabeth Will was ; forson, Glidden, Scranton, Paton, Dos Moines and New Providence. Because of illness, General Superintendent Orval H. Cox, Oska- Dated October 5, 1959 Kov l.emkcr j in charge of games. Pri/.es wen; dlle i ; «mker Duffy, Executors i awar( j e( j to Dorothy Dales and Sel. it. lan d'etl, Atioiney , , f , . i ma Vennink. feature ot the clay _ ; 't >< c ke urt 1 uas a p ' c exclutn ^'' ^' t!W officers i loosa, was unable to be guest ' : ° took over their duties. Lunch was ! speaker Sunday at the Pleasant served by the hostess. Dolores '• Kidge Church. The Hev. Ralph Kuhn will entertain Nov. 19. j Smedley, pastor of the Kendrick Mrs. A. F. Smith was hostess to'church, preached instead. Oct. 6, 13, 20, 1959 COUNTY LEGION MEETING Members of the Carroll County American Legion will meetjthe Little Flower Study Club j Mrs. Delton Schulze attended the ice Follies show in Des Moiues Reports Given At VFW Meeting (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING — A regular meeting of VFW Unit No. 3517 was held Oct. 15, with the president Mae Fogleman in charge. General orders were read and routine reports given. Emma Bartels reported on the UN; Helen Petersen read a paper on its founding and Edna Peters, a poem "The Children Like You." The unit will take part in the town's UN observance on Oct. 25, representing France. Lilah Schroeder reported on membership; Florence Grimm, national Home and Iowa Cottage; Rose Ann Schroeder on the essay contest. English classes in Manning High School will take part in this, with prizes of $7, $5, and $3 to be awarded. Darlene Porsch reported on hospital needs. Contributions were made to veteran's hospitals and Iowa institutions for the Christmas fund, and also to the national home and Iowa cottage. $57.37 was contributed to the was finding it "tiresome" to be constantly subjected to questioning about the possibility he might run for the GOP nomination. Announcement Delayed But he declined to eliminate himself as a potential candidate and said he still was in the process of making up his mind. He expects to make a formal announcement early next year based on the reaction .he receives to public appearances and policy statements he plans in various parts of the country. He said in a speech prepared for a meeting of the Inland Press Assn. today that he planned to discuss such problems as foreign policy, national defense, education, the national economy, labor legislation and civil rights. He recalled he had held various federal posts in addition to his present office and "I am not entirely unacquainted with many aspects' of these problems." Past Presidents of Auxiliary Meet Rulings(Continued from Page 1) (Tlme« New» Service) AUBURN — Past Presidents of Auxiliary of Post 284 met at the home of Mrs. E. E. Coyne with seven members and one guest, Mrs. Cora Garnatz, present. Mrs. Coyne, president, conducted the business meeting. The afternoon was spent socially. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. John Menck entertained Sunday evening at her home for Mr. Menck's birthday. The evening was spent socially and the nostess served lunch. Mrs. Lydia Kent was a guest Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hensel and family at Lake City for the birthday of Dixie Hensel. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and lamily of Cherokee were overnight guests Saturday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heim. They came to celebrate the birthdays of her mother, Mrs. Pete Oswald, a sister, Margie Oswold of Breda and a niece, Marilyn Vogl of Arcadia. The birthdays were all on October 9. The gathering was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vogl at Arcadia. Mrs. Ruby Hamilton and son, Marvin Hamilton of Omaha, were guests a few days last week in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Earle Hamilton and family at Pueblo, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Marquardt and son, Tommy, visited Sunday afternoon with Gary Marquardt at Ames. Gary attends Iowa State University. firmed as to Des Moines Housing corp. and Bruno Cerettl, reversed as to Fort Des Moines Community Services. Board of Supervisors vs Paaske, Scott, zoning ordinance violation, affirmed. Phillips vs Griffin, Polk, driveway easement, affirmed. State vs Miller, the Cottonwood Club, Polk, liquor nuisance, affirmed. Brody vs District Court, Pottawattamie, habeas corpus, writ sustained and petitioners discharged. Noble vs Edberg, Polk, auto accident death, affirmed. Francis vs Iowa Employment Security Commission, Polk, school teacher pension, affirmed. Community school district of Farragut vs Board of Education, Fremont, school reorganization, reversed and remanded. Perry vs Eblen, Adams, auto accident death, affirmed. Lake City Lanes Set Opening Date (Time* Herald Newx Service) fcAKE CITY - The new Lake 1 City Lanes located in West Lake City on Lloyd Street north of Highway 175 will soon open for business according to the operators, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fell. They plan to have free bowling October 21, and their grand opening Oc^- ber 24 beginning at noon. There will be door prizes. The public is invited to attend. The Lake City Monday Club spent Tuesday of last week in Des Moines. They lunched at the new Merle Hay shopping center; spent several hours at the Art Center; and enjoyed coffee at the home of Mrs. Paul Tinninghast, a former Monday Club member. Those making the trip were Mrs. C. I. Walter, Mrs. A. M. Short, Mrs. George Wright, Mrs. Evert Baumann, Mrs. Carl Mathews, Mrs. Dale Christensen, Mrs. Paul Ferguson, Mrs. Charles Snyder, Mrs. Richard Bauman, Mrs. R. F. Carter, Mrs. Gerald Dial, Mrs. Jack Dowling, Mrs. J. T Laumbach, Mrs. Howard Moulds, Mrs. Max Elder and Mrs. Walter Souder. Miss Vera Johnson of Des Moines spent the weekend in Lake City, guest of her aunts, Mrs. Ida Me- Millen, and Mrs. Rebecca Weech. Mrs. G. A. Paschal of Webster City was a guest of Chapter BO, P.E.O., Monday of this week and tage. w.u was cpninouieo 10 »e b M Ed Jons and secontl Crippled Children's camp by the . v Hi ,V Ripkprs . post and unit. Ann Popp reported on rehabilitation; Margaret Lee on legislation; and Emma Bartels on poppy sales — 1,444 poppies were sold— and dinner served to the junior and senior members who took part. A contribution of $10 was made to the junior unit for its help. A report was made on a wedding dinner served, and a youth report was given by Hden Petersen. Bibs Mrs. Schclldorf Is a Club Hostess (Tlnie> Ht-ruld .\r»» Service) WESTSIDE — Saturday afternoon, Mrs. Frank Schelldorf was hostess to her bridge club. Hilda was entertained at a noon lunch- Uickers and Mrs. Dena Kock were j eon at the home of Mrs. Halbert substitute players. First prize was J Mighell. Mrs. Nellie Hendriqks had as house guests Wednesday through by Mr. and Mrs. Emil Grundmeier j Monday of this week her sister, and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Grundmeier spent Tuesday in Omaha. Naomi Gray from Abilene, Tex., is spending a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Robert McDowell. Gordon Jensen attended Home-1 HURT IN FALL coining at Valparaiso University j Mary Frances Killeen of West- Mrs. Bertha Hanson, Champaign, hi., and her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Eriek- cgsou, Gibson City, 111. in Valparaiso, Ind., over tho past weekend. • He graduated from the University last June. Mrs. Arthur Pahl of Westside, upright n«-p Freeze. I^.™"; hal i b y 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Arnold Bower, Mrs. ' Harold Uauge, Mrs. Madeline Belki and Mrs Donald Scluilze. were completed by Ella Steen and \ M,. S . u-n Wessling of Carroll and sent to the Knoxville Hospital. Ei- ; Mrs . Eleanor Heman of Dedham leen Enenbach gave the tluve Attended the Ice Capades at Des month report of the trustees. Moines Sunday. They also visited Lunch was served by Fern Rain- Mrs. Mildred Wring iu Des st-y and her committee. | Moines. side, 10, suffered a fractured pelvis about 6 o'clock Monday evening when she fell from a horse. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael F. Killeen, and will be hospitalized several days. Bark on California's giant Sequoia trees sometimes grows two feet thick.