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October 21, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Enjoy Midwestern Hospitality- Visiting Allied Officers See How America Lives 6 Bv MARY KAY FI.YNN NKA Staff rmrrspnnrtcnt FORT irAYFNVvOKTH. K.iii - 'ftK.M — Tounnp Ihr Kansas mm- fields. sqnntr dancing and uatth inp colli-cr fdiVlvll. a croup of officers from •>.'' nation?: appear to he pel tins a more accurate picture of America Ilian at !ra-l one olhcr rerrnt visitor from abroad. The 111 military men from the nation's Allies are attending the one another's problems not only in | tivities and sightseeing planned by sponsor families .joined them at Times Herald. Carroll, la. || lf> classrpom but Wednesday, Oct. 21, 1959 contacts And thai — —— western hospitality famed 1'S Army ("ommand and General Staff Collepr here. Although broadcninc professional skill for collective security is the primary reason for their presence, there is another important objective — development of mutual understanding and respect. through social military, civic and club groups, is where Mid- The visitors are petting a pene- comes in. Irnling look at the Karh visiting foreign officer and | of lifo - '" ''Pturn. his familv is assi.cned an American Hunt Lodge here for an old-fashioned barbecue and hoe-down with American way i cowboy hats topping the "'regula- the hosts arei tion" Western garb. There was learning firsthand about the cus-1 rapid-fire shooting all around — rfficrr "sponsor." who. with his' lnmR - cultures and ideals, of their j with cameras. Guests quickly family, is personal friend and interpreter of the American scene. There always is a waiting list of volunteers for (his service. Roistering this "togetherness" gucsls. They all ask questions, j caught on to basic steps and for compare notes and swap ideas. j malions of country-style dancing. They are learning to appreciate theme is a program of social ac- TAKING THE CORNFIELD TOUR: Col. Mohammad All Chnrbasli Sobhani of Iran and LI. Col. Enrique Gallardn of Bolivia on a visll to the .1. B. Klainni farm at Baselior, Kan. Before the opening of the 10- month regular course last August. 57 officers from 37 nations visited nn requnest a typical American farm near here to observe the latest in I'.S. farming methods and machinery. They inspected tall corn, saw demonstrations of farm equipment, and drank cherry punch served by the wife and small daughter of their farmer host. Allied officers also toured the Trans World Airlines overhaul base and with their families attended a performance at Kansas City's outdoor Starlight theater. Their wives and children and attesting to the caller's proverbial multilingual prowess. Then followed "Operation International" with the Allied officers and their wives as dinner guests in the homes of members of the Leavenworlh, Kan., Junior Chamber of Commerce. Sponsors also invite the Allied families into their homes and international expositions are held to display products of various countries. Three hundred and sixty-nine Allied officers, their sponsors and families turned out for the opening football game of sity at Lawrence. Kansas Univer- SPANISH LT. COL. Waldo Leiros Freire (center) gets a pointer from a U.S. officer at a Kansas U football game. Among those seeing the sport for the first time were LI. Col. Madhav Rao Rajwade of India, and Col. Abdullatif Hulki Celenligil of Turkey who expressed a desire to introduce the game in his homeland "and play if I were young." Brig. Gen. Ho Van To of Vietnam and Lt. Col. Waldo Leiros Freire of Spain were impressed iwith the color of the organized ; cheering sections and visiting high , school bands. i "It is a very emotional display." 'added (he officer from the land of bull fighting. "H is thrilling to i watch the reaction of the fans to (the initiative and energy of the players." Funeral Director Killed in a Collision DES MOINES 'APi—Arlington J Evans. 78. a funeral director e-.t Knoxvillc. Iowa, drove to Des Moines Tuesday night to deliver a death message to his brother- in-law. On the way back he was killed in a collision of his car and a truck at the intersection of S. E. Fourteenth Street and Army Post Road here. Evans' wife, Jessie. 76. suffered a broken leg and fractured ribs. Dr. A. M. Merritt of Des Moines :,aid Mr. and Mrs. Evans had come here to inform him of the death of the doctor's brother in California. Merritt said the couple had left his home 25 minutes before the accident occurred. WISE TO StRVE THE BEST and SAVE IHE MOST! Shop at FAREWAY For Lowest Prices • PRODUCE * 4 SHOULDER Delivered Daily FLORIDA GRAPE FRUIT Whole or Half, 4 to 6 Ibs. Average Lb. Roast pork is delicious sliced cold for sandwiches. 96 Size PORK STEAK LEAN EVENLY SLICED „ Lb. for No. 1 Red Potatoes 19 33c 50-1b. Bag - $1.55 GROUND BEEF 3 ^ 98s Low Prices on U. S. Choice or U. S. Good Beef Quarters or Sides - Cut, Wrapped and Frozen, Ready for Freezer CUBE STEAK LEAN, TENDER EASY TO PREPARE _ Lb. GROUND ROLL FRESH BEEF, Sliced or Piece HEARTS -27c SAUSAGE » 29c DECKER'S CANNED PICNICS £ $1.98 BLACK CODFISH Sliced or One Piece BROKEN SLICED BACON 5 - |b - TQ f Box /TC BARBECUED PORK RIBS DELICIOUS Lb. 69c Shop Fareway for U. S. Choice Grade Beef, TENDER, FULL FLAVOR BEEF, cut the way you like it, when you want it, and at low prices. GREEN BEANS Reunion Cut 303 Can PEAS Reunion We SWIFTNING 3 c Labn 59c PURPLE PLUMS Westpac, in Syrup BLUE BONNET OLEO Lb. SEEDLESS RAISSNS 2 Lb. Bag FRESH ROASTED, IN THE SHELL PEANUTS Lb. FRUIT COCKTAIL DOLE, IN SYRUP 303 Cons $1.00 CLAIR PAK, BLACK RASPBERRIES 4 E. $1.00 LIBBY'S PINEAPPLE- Grapefruit Drink Quart Can 23c BISQUICK 8-01. Box Only 10c Prices effective from Wed. Oct. 21 to Sat. Nite, Oct. 24 G. E. Light Bulbs - Fill Those Empty Sockets Now WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES 35,000 Bushels of Corn is Spilled JEFFERSON — Approximately 35.000 bushels of corn spilled to the ground here Tuesday when part of a new metal corn storage building collapsed. The building is owned by the Farmers Co-operative Elevator Association of Ralston and Jefferson. The center third section of the west end of the new building gave way as workers were leveling off about 500,000 bushels of corn, Mike Gregory, Vianager of the elevator, said "Although only about 35,000 bushels spilled out on the ground. we will have to transfer about 100,000 bushels in order to repair the end of the building," Mr. Gregory said. No estimate of the damage was immediately available. The corn taken out of the new structure 'is being transferred to concrete bins, the manager said. PUMPKIN Libby's 303 can BRACK'S Halloween Candy 3 lowans Winners at Kansas City Show KANSAS CITY fAP> - Three lowans were winners Tuesday in the American Royal Livestock Show in which an Angus steer shown by Kenneth Eitel, 33, of Green Castle, Mo. was named grand champion. Eitel's 1,080-pound summer yearling gave him an unprecedented third grand championship. He also had shown the best Royal steer in 1948 and 1955. The Iowa winners were Anderson of West Liberty. 1,300 pound summer yearn.ig Shorthorn bull was named senior champion; Jerry Beck, 17, of Spencer, who won a blue ribbon with his Shorthorn heifer; and Paul Freed of Paullina, whose 15 Angus steers were named grand champion of the fat carlot steer show. It was Freed's first exhibition in the carlot show. His sons. Dennis and Dean, had the grand champion Royal steer in 1956. Sunday School Class Entertained By Mrs. Gorman (Tinirv Hrrnlrt »w» Service) AUBURN — Nineteen members of the Merry Martha Class of the 1'iiited Presbyterian Sunday School met at the home of Mrs Harold Gorman whose co-hostess i>s were Mrs. Forrest Presley anc Mrs. Waldon Kent. Mrs. C. V Dreesxeii led the devotions anc Mrs. Floyd Finley gave the lesson Mrs. J. L. Hanks conducted the business meeting. The hostesses served refreshments following social hour. Mr. and Mrs. Dale CHne anc son, Danny. Colo., and Mrs. Vera Cline were weekend guests of Mrs Herman Smits and sons at Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Everett Amsden Edinburg. Tex., visited last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Sporleder. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Davis nnc sons, Des Moines. were guests over the weekend in the home o his brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. William Cave and sons Mrs. C. E. Brown was hostess to members of the Amity Club Bridge was played at two tables with Mrs. W. A. Buttolph, Mrs J. N. Crocker and Mrs. John Menck being awarded prizes. The hostess served refreshments. Marietta Heim, Kansas City Mo., Mrs. Leo Heim and daugh ter, Doris Ann, Mrs. Roger Heim and son, David and Mrs. E. A Hoim visited Thursday in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family at Cherokee, anc Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heim anc family at Larabee. FLAG BEING RETURNED LOCKPORT, N. Y. <AP> — In a skirmish shortly before the sec ond battle of Bull Run in August 1862, the 24th New Yprk Volun teers — a Lockport regiment —losi their flag to Southern troops. Now some 97 years later, the flag wil be returned to Lockport. County historian Clarence 0. Lewis handled arrangements. Legal Notices NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATRIX STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7803 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that. the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Administra- trix of the estate of Andrew Jasper deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Anna Jasper, Administratrix Ralph M. Crane, Attorney Dated October 20, 1959 Alfred J. Klorke Clerk District Court Oct. 21, 28. Nov. 4, 1059 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7792 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been dulv appointed and qualified as executor of the estate of Byron G. Baker do- ceased, late of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Lowell Baker, Executor Ralph M. Crane, Attorney Dated October 20, 1959 Alfred ,7. Klorke Clerk District Court Oct. 21, 28; Nov. 4, 1959 responsibility of Bidder In determining whifh Prosposal it deems to be at Its best interest and may defer acceptance of anv bid for a period not to exc'eerl 3<"i days, pending necessary details. All bids shall lie accompanied by a certified check payable to the Incorporated City of Carroll, Iowa In the sum of 5% of the bids anc an agreement to execute a surety bond to the Incorporated City ol Carroll, Iowa, conditional for the faithful performance of the contract anrl fur Ihe fulfillment of such other requirement as shall be required by law. The City Council reserves the right to reject any or all of the bids received. Dated at Carroll, Iowa this 12th day of October, .1959 T. J. Kerwin, City Clerk. Oct. .14, 21. 1959 NOTICE OF HEARING AND ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDDKK* FOR THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN ADDITION TO THE CITY MAINTENANCE OARAGE TO HE ERECTED IN CITY OF CARROM,, IOWA. Notice U hereby Riven (hit I In the Council ChaninprM In the City Hall at 8:00 o'clock P.M. on the 4th day of November, 18fiO, the City Council of the City of Carroll, Iowa, will hold a bearing on the construction of tin addition to thn City Maintenance Ciarugn to be erwtml In Cur- roll, Iowa, und Sealed bids for the construction of an addition to the City Maintenance Garage to be erected In Carroll, Iowa,'will be received by the City Clerk of the City of Carroll,, until 8:00 P.M. Nov. 4, 1959 in the City Hall In said city, at which time and place all bids-received will be publicly opened and read aloud. All bids submitted shall be made on prepared Form of Proposal, attached to and made a part of the Contract Documents. Bids shall be enclosed in sealed envelopes, marked with the name of the bidder anil the division of the work bid upon. Separate bids shall be submitted according to the following listed classification of the work; 1. General Construction The Contract Documents are on file at the City Hall, Carroll Iowa, and may be secured from Maiwurm-1 Wlegma'n, Architects, 812 Third Ave-1 nue South, Fort Dodge, Iowa. A de-1 posit of $15.00 per set will be required for General drawing*. All I Contract Documents shall he re- j turned to the Architects with In a • specified time after bid opening and I deposit will be refunded. I By virtue of statutory authority,! a preference will be given to products and provisions grown and coal produced within Stafe of Iowa, and preference will be given to Iowa domestic labor. The City Council reserves the right to consider the experience and NOTICIC OF APPOINTMENT OF EXKCrriUXES .STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COt'NTY, ss. No. 7779 NOTICE IS HKREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been dulv appointed and qualified as executrixes of the estate of Walter J. Wegner deceased, lale of Carroll County. All persons Indebted to said eslat'e are requested to make Immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Veronica Wegner Irene Christy Executrixes M. H Tan Cretl, Attorney ! Dated October l.'l, Ifl'iO Alfred ,1. Klocke Clerk District Court Oct. .14, 21, 28, 1959 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE—PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, Carroll County, ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVKN, That an Instrument In writing, purporting to lie the last will and testament oT Joseph WHIenborg Deceased, WHS this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that I have fixed Monday the 91 h day of November, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. at the Com (house In Carroll, Iowa, as the day for hearing proof In relation thereto. WITNESS my official signature, with the seal of said Court hereto affixed, this Kith day of October, "(SEAL) Alfred .!. Klocke Clerk District Court 14, 21, 28, 1959 NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADAUNISTRATIUCE8 STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7796 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed ana qualified as Adminis- tratrices of the estate of Mike Teg- siindori deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate are requested to make immediate payment; and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to the undersigned for allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court, Louise Tessandorl Joy Tessundorl L. A. Wederath, Attorney Dated October 6, 1959 Alfred ,7. Klocke i lerk District Court Ufl, 7, i4, -Jtl Fill In Your Grocery List With Carroll Creamery Company

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