Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 23, 1959 · Page 7
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Carroll, Iowa
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I Classified Ad Information Dial 3573 14 CARD OF THANKS to 25 words.. $1.50 Au over 25 words 60 per word CLASSIFIED DISPLAY per column inch $1.60 Additional Insertions $1.40 Classified displays taken until 10 a. m. day of publication except Saturday nnd 8 », m. on Saturday. Regular classified till 9:30 «. m. Saturday. I: e. m. Monday through Friday. CLASSIFIED CASH WITH ORDER One day, per word 6 cents Three days, per word 15 cents Six days, per word 24 c«nU \SV%/NSf > \^\* < <wi^M n WV' p l. Announcements Business Services ELKCTRIC SEWER MACHINE SEK- vlr:o. \Ve guarantee our service. Dial 3*iiS. " Srheck's Plumbing & Heating. M-2oO-2tc JDON'T DESPAIR! NO NKKT) TO nilss favorite T.V. programs. Le our experts fix your set. Depend nblP, prompt, reasonable. Fo sure-to-satlsfy servlcd call 9513 Sporrer's T.V. 6-2-16-6U Loans 12 FKRSONAJj LOANS TJP TO .$((00.00 Prompt local service. Community Loan Service, Carrol!. 12-209-lt' FKRSONAJ.. LOANS OP TO $600— Loans and Installment financing— Cars, equipment, household goods S & M Finance Co. Carroll, Iowa 12-i58-ltc Instruction 13 IBM Opportunity . . . MEN & WOMEN ages 17-15 that are Interested In 1HM OFFICE AUTO NATION. These specialized positions pav above average earnings with opportunity for advancement offering: . . . Hotter Employment . . . Secure Future . . . Illglier Income . . . Plus Many Other Benefits (f Inexperienced, training available at home and night school so as not to Interfere with your present position. .Idlis waiting In Iowa, also other States when qualified. Write Box MU, c/o Carroll Times Herald, give age, education, address, phone number, time available for Interview. 13-250-3to Business Services 14 PETE HAS JUST RETURNED FROM Automatic Transmission Training School. We arc able to offer you Transmission Service for your car. Reasonable prices, prompt service, Lockhart Automotive Service. 14-222-tfc SKK THE HKAUTIFtll, CHRISTMAS Cards nt Stone's in boxes, In albums, and individual selections. Buy now while stork Is complete. Stone's Printing Co. 14-250-tfc THERE IS STILT, TIMK TO HAVE vour furnace cleaned and checked by your reliable American Standard and C-rei'n Colonial dealer. For export, service call 3868, Scheck's Plumbing and Heating. 14-250-2tc LIQUIDATING STOCK OF PLASTIC LAMINATED CABINET TOP MATERIALS Formica, Armstrong Corlex, General Electric Reg. 75e 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. $3.75 to go at $3.00 16x22, Reg. $5.95 to go at $5.00 LINOLEUM CARPET LAYING SERVICE Alvin Hcinrichs 908 N. West St. Carroll, Iowa FOR SALE 2 small used oil spsce heaters. 2 used oil water heaters. Used natural gas water heater. Used oil floor furnace. Used deep well head. Used shallow well pump. Ured furnace oil burner. Used furnace blower fan. 2 used coal and wood furnaces. See these buys at Scheck's Plumbing & Heating 14-250-2tc I'OTTR T.V. SKT 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. For'guar- anteed service call Coast to Coast. 14-246-6tc DIAL 4333 FOB TUB BEST IN cleaning and pressing service. Remember we also do white Shirts. __HR_Cleaners. 14-231-tf c S T A [{ T 15 R, OKNEnATOIl, MAG- neto and ignition repair for your tractor, car or truck. Reinart Service, across street west of _.Sufe\vay. Ph 2120. 14-TSO-tfc GLASS REPLACE.MEiVI^SEHVl . . . Window glass cut to fit. Joe's Paint Center. 14-245-ltc Hff^ e»AINSA§ iS:s ^••v^vvi*-*;-'"? A- $&m%*8$ i i& FACTORY AUTHOBIZtO CUNION »Ai,U »NO 54SVICI IHOfaf V-i'j See The New Clinton Chaihsaws with the right power, speed, guidebar, chain and price. We sell 'em we service 'em so your CLINTON Chainsaw is always running right. A. $159.50 We also service most all makes of Chain Saws. RE I MART SERVICE West of Safeway 14-238-ltc Male Help Wanted 21 female Help Wanted 22 WANTED: RELIABLE WOMAN TO baby 3249. sit while I work. Phone 22-248-3tc Building Supplies 47 Auto Service Good Things to Eat 18 Now Enjoy The Old Fashioned Family Style FRIED CHICKEN DINNER EVERY SUNDAY All You Can Eat For Only $165 Includes: Fried Chicken, Mashed Potatoes, Salad, Vegetable, Hot Rolls and Butter, Dessert, Coffee. Served in the cool, cool comfort of our air-conditioned dining room. For Sale SLAT CRIBBING Will deliver any place in the county. Phone 4373. KANNE LUMBER & SUPPLY 47-248<4tc WE 8VOOF.ST—HAVE fOt'B CAR- buretor ndjustod for winter drlv- 75 Tim«* H«r§ld, Carroll, It. Friday, October 23, 1959 FOR GENERAL AUTOMOTIVE sales and service. Call Houlihan Motor Co. Dial 4393, and for Tank Wapon Service to your farm or home. Call Houlihan Oil Co. Dial 9J32. 75-120-tfc; •^•»w^».W«».i»...,*^*«^S M »WS*-^'«^*«»^N»%^s^ < »s^^., ! NEED A 14'*24' OARACiE? OM,Y $5.74 per week for materials nnd i e _ ~ :,. ... ,. ..... 1AHI ,7 labor. No money down. Crcen Hay! SEE VOMl OU> RkLlAHtK Lumber Co. Phone 32t8. '17-2'17-tf'r Houtehold Goods 51 PIT,E IS SOFT AND LOFTY . . . colors retain brllllnnrp in rar- pets cleaned with Blue Lustre. Matt Furniture Co. 51-2.'o.HC CU. FT. ADMIRAL FRKE/KR, 3 mo. old. Noree wringer washer, 2 mo. old. Hamilton Automatic Washer, 6 mo. old. Hamilton electric dryer, 6 mo. old. Frigl- dalre refrigerator, 13 cu. ft. one • Farm Bureau- 'Continued from Page D We believe participation in the, conservation reserve should ho n , requirement for price supports > JA \ We do not believe participation in i the conservation reserve program' should he required of everyone. Pontlac dealer before you buy a . , ,, new or used car. Peter* Bros, in Agricultural Conservation fay __??""""• 7 _ 6 :I 94 -JI C i mpnts - We favor limiting Atfri-l TRADE FOR A NEW '«» FORD AT ! cutural Conservation Payments to BurgeV« ar Mot')r !l ' ractices w ' nif ' h ar(i Permanent or $10,000 Gown Will Be Worn Only Three Times Judges Ponder I Legality of Steel Strike Injunction New Cars LOS A.N'GKLKS <AP*.-Pi!y the plight of socialite Bernice F'ons. She has a 24-karat gold dr^ss she says is worth $10.rxx>--and expects to wear it only thro? times. The first lime will be tonight at the Los Anyeles opening of the San Franriseo Opera Co. Then T!v steel iions )0!sf. :in2 lii'y k to work of in- Co. 76-284-tfc Sale Date Claimed UGLII c icj.iiKdcii.iM. j.i.i i, u. it. ui itr it « i 1. i — i year old. 30.000 feTU (Jns spare complete closing out sale. 4 neater. Pay balance or take over i we »t of Co °" £ fl P lds . o n,. H , 1|?hw pavments. Sporrer's TV ami An-i ' ml ' e south, K west. Wleland pavments. Sporrc pllances. Dial 9513. 51-250-fitc GIANT 15 CU. FT. CORONA DO Home Freezer . . . 3229.95. Only $10.00 down. Gambles. 51-2SO-tfc PC. BEDROOM SUITE, CKKST, double dresser and bookcase bed, 899.00. Matt Furniture Co. 51-250-2 2tc Nov. 5—Al Boss, Special Dairy Sale. Farmers Sale Barn, Carroll, Iowa. Nov. 12 - Mrs. Louise Wlllenborg, miles Highway 141, ges, Aucts. Nov. 17 - Wilfred Irlmeler, Closing Out Sale. 1 mile south of Templeton, 3 miles east and 3V4 south, or 3 mile* west of Dcdhain on 141 and 3Vi miles south. Wleland & Kerkhoff Bros., Aucts. Nov. 1» — AI Boss, Special Dairy Sale. Farmers Sale Barn, Carroll, For Sale COASTER HORSE Reg. $5.95 Vnlue The NEW BURKE Motor Inn LOCKERS FOR RENT $10.00 PEB year. Brenny's Market. 18-250-2tc Male-Female Help 23 WAITRESS AND BARTENDEB wanted. Dial 4180 or 2161. 23-248-4tc Salesman Wanted 25 30 YEAB OLD COMPANY NEEDS 2 married men for sales route. Age 23 to 45, with good car. $100 to start. Write P. O. Box 466, Carroll. 21-123-tfc AXERT MEN AND VETS—18 TO 2fi, single and neat, travel Calif., New York and Mexico. 30 davs training with guarantee $500.00 Bonus to those who qualified. Start at $85.00 week. See Bill Carder City Hotel. Friday, Oct. 23. 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. only. 21-249-2tp BOY WANTED FOR PAPER HO1?TE. Phone 2523. 21-24i)-2tc OH MA! AN ORCHID? FOR ME? % commission with a guaran- ;eed annual income of $3900. Get n on the Omar Pride campaign you have seen advertised. Established Route Outstanding sales promotions A-l program for fringes. f you think you would like a ecure job with real opportunity, ASK YOUR OMAR MAN about lis job or contact his offices, Saturday, Oct. 24. OIL COMPANY Operating nationally. Has opening for sales representative in local protected area. Should have some knowledge of construction, farm or other heavy equipment. Attractive commission program makes starting weekly income of $150 to $200 possible. Life insurance and hospitalization program. Extensive company training. For personal interview write resume of experience to: RAYNARD FOSTER Lubrication Engineers, Inc. Box 7128 Fort Worth, Texas 25-250-ltc Farm Machinery 33 Iowa. I Tuetdty, Nov. 24- William Dorplng- 55 haus. closing out farm sale. From Carroll, 5 miles south on Highway 71 and V!a mile west. Wleland and Tlgge», Aucts. November 2§ — Joseph U Turner, complete closing out sale, \Vt miles Fast of Dedham. Wleland, Irlbeck & Tlgges, Aucts. Nov. 30— Mrs. Joe Drees closing out farm sale. 3 miles North and % west of Lldderdale or 7 miles North and 4 miles East from Carroll. Orote and Wieland, AucU. Dec. 1 Wm. Kennebeck closing out farm sale. 3 miles east of Carroll on Ilwy. 30 and 4 miles south on Airport road, Vi m u e cas t and Vi mile south. Or 2 miles north. 2Vt east and Vi mile south of Willey. Byerly arid Iribeck, Aucts. Dec. 10 — Mrs. Bertha Hessling & Son closing out farm sale. I mile Kast and 2'4 North of Carroll or 3 miles West and 1% South of Lldder- dale. Boss & Byerly. Aucts. Dec. 14 — Dwlght Rcever, Closing Cut.Prlce $4.75 Cut-Price Toy House 55-230-ltc FOB SAJJE: NEAR, NEW 9 HI 1 motor. Richard Luchtel, Carroll, Iowa. Phone 2443. 55-249-31 p FOB SALE: 2 H. ELECT III C MO tor. Art Hulslng. Phone 3035. 55-248-3tp NEW GAS FURNACE. 150,000 BTU Space heater 60,000 BTU. 17 ft Upright Deep Freeze. Dial 3297 55-244-tfc Wanted to Rent 58 WANTED: 2 BEDROOM APT. OF house. Prefer St. Joseph church area.Phne 3483. 58-2-!8-3tp Room for Rent 6( FOB BENT: SLEEPING ROOM with shower, down town one person. Dial 9965. 60-224-tf SLEEPING ROOM FOR RENT, AL. so garage. After Nov. 1. Dial 9931 60-248-3U Houses for Sale 63 FOB SAJ.E: S M A I, I, MODKK> house. Reasonable. Phone 2856 at ter 6:30. 63-249-3tp FAMILY SIZE 4-BDRSI. HOl'Sh with 1% baths, separate dining room. Gas hot water heat, garage All Improvements in and paid Owner will sell on contract. John Gnam Real Estate. 63-2<59-2t FOB SAXE BY OWNER: 3 IJK1) room home and several acres on south side. Dial 3602. 63-246-Stp Ilwy. 30 West Carroll, Iowa Phone 9397 21-249-3tc M.VIUUKI) MAN WITH FARM EX- iwrtt'Mre to Work the year around. Excel lout living quarters. Inquire in person. Dr. Chester A. Brocher, . . .Storm Lake, Iowa. 21-242-12U: Female Help Wajnted_22 HKI.I' WANTICI) WKSTLAWN GIIO- cerles. Apply In person, mornings _l>n'fernhly. ____ 22 l? 4 .?l 2 iP LADY (ilUK'KUV (M.KKK. FUIJ, tlnu> work. Write Box B c o Times _lleriild. _____ ___ 22-249-3U: TVI'IST AM) (ittNKRAL OKFICK •10 hours- -,$2MS per month if 2'.i years of college or experience. Prefer lute twenties or thirties In age. Write or call Business Manager, Creighton University, 2410 California St. Omulm, 3'i, Nebraska, Phone JA 7400, Kxt. Hlii. _ ___^_ _ 22-250-311 SJ'KCIALS: W A Y N E HANGING Feeders only $2.98 each; Permanent Antl Freeze $.1.90 gal. Special discount on ton lots of Wayne Feed. Schenkelberg Imp. Co. 33-242-tfc Seeds & Feeds 34 WANTED'TO BUY 500 Tons of Baled Alfalfa PRICES AT FARM $14.00 Per Tori for First Crop if> I J.UU Per Ton for Second Crop All hay must be dry and under cover. Some outside piles can be used at reduced prices. Write or Call J. W. Easland & Sons Licensed and Bonded Alfalfa Millers Gaylord, Minnesota Phone 72496 34-209-ltc FOB SALE: 2 A 8 B.R. HOMES. WE have a nice selection to choose from. Before you buy or sell, cal us. Wllber walkup Real Estate Phone 2629. 63-217-tfc FOR SAJLE: 2 BDKM. SOUTH SI UK home. Lot 60 x 100 ft. Has large kitchen with dining area. Living room Is large. Close to South side schools and churches. Terms 5400 down, balance $45.00 per mo. Burns Real Estate. Dial 2184. 63-248-ltc Livestock for Sale 4) FOR SALE: PUREBRED HAMP. shire spring and fall boars, vaccinated, guaranteed breeders. Roy H. Jahn, Manilla, Iowa. Phone Manning 3-5124. 41-197-ltc FOOD FIT FOR A KING! You'll Enjoy Our FAMILY STYLE DINNERS ALL YOU CAN EAT Children Per Plate 155 ITEMS ON OUU MENU 2 PRIVATE DINING ROOMS FAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE • REASONABLE PRICES PAULINE'S CAFE South of the Stoplight Carrier on lliway 71 Open 5 a. m. FOB SALE: 45 HEAD PUREBRED Spotted Poland China boars, vac- cfnnated double treatment, guaranteed breeders. Wt. 250 to 300 Ibs. Free Delivery. Richard Drlggs, S miles south of Templeton corner and 5Va_west._ l^TA'^to FOR HALK: PUKKIIRKD SPOTTED Poland Boars, Vac. Albert Wench, 5 ml. No. 2V4 East Carroll. 41-240-ltp Houses for Rent 64 FOR RENT: 8 BEDROOM MODERN" house In Glidden. Phone Glidden OL 9-2124. 64-249-2tp FOR RENT: SMALI, MODERN 1- bedroom house. Maple Park. ?-!0, mo. Phone 2495. 64-248-3tp Apartment- for -Rent 65 APARTMENT FOR RENT. DIAL 4251. 65-249-3tc 2-BEDROOM APT. TILE FLOORS, modern ments. kitchen. Graham Ana 65-227- •art- tfc AJPARTMENTS AVAILABLE: FTJR- nlshed or unfurnished, McNabta Building. Dial 3680. 65-219-tfc PABKVIEW APTS. DIAL SI 09. 65-132-Uc FOR SALE: NEAR NEW S-BKD- room south side home. Double garage, new carpeted living room. Assume FHA loan and save high closing costs. Dial 4194. 63-250-2tu APT. FOR RENT: VKRY NICK « rooms and bath. Heat furnished. .. Prefer one lady or couple. Call 9958 after 3 p.m. 65-250-3tp Farms for Sale 67 1TNIMPROVEO 80 ACIIKS—A KK.U, money maker. Frank Hoffmann. Phone 2210. 67-249-tfc MINNESOTA FARMS FOB SALK: We have the best in Minnesota farm land to offer you. Write or come. Thomson Realty, Granite Falls, Minn. 67-214-tfc FOR SALE: TO PUREBRED DUROO boars. Vaccinated for cholera and Erysipelas. Wayne Rannlnger, 3 west, 3?i north. Manning. 41-206-tfC FOR SALE: PUREBRED DUROO Boars. Walter Platt. Glidden. 41-209-tfc UUROO BOARS, VAC. FOR CIIOL- era, Bangs and Lepto. At Farm IVj north of Carroll. Joe Pudenz and Son, 41-220-tfc FOR SALE: WK HAVE THE choice Jasper 120 acres Improved farm for sale, located I'-j miles east of Breda. Brinker and Van ' Erdewyk, Brokers, Breda, Iowa. 67-24H-3tc Used Cars & Trucks 71 . , Out Dairy Sale. 5 miles South, 2 miles West and Vi mile North of Glidden, or 4 miles East and V4 mile South of Willey. Boss, Byerly & Anderson, Aucts. Dec. 15 Joe Danner, Closing Out Sale. 4 miles east of Carroll on Hi- Way 30, 1 mile south, 1 mile east and ?4 south. Byerly & Irlbeck, Aucts. Jan. 7 Dave Wlcderln. Closing Out Sale. 1*4 miles west of Mt. Carmel. or 2 miles east, 2 south. V« east of Breda. Grote & Byerly. Aucts. Legal Notices setni-permanenl in nature and ac-, two more (imps ami—poof tually conserve (lie soil. Production Payment* — We are not in favor of production payments on livestock. Price Support* and Acreage Allotment* — Basic commodities have had price supports and acreage allotments for several years In an effort to solve farm problems. We favor a program using average market prices for a recent period to determine the level of price supports 'as presently used for corn) on the basic commodities. Marketing Research nnd Promotion — Farm income can be increased by expanding the markets for our farm products both at home ! j~i_f-\ nnd abroad. If the federal government Is to conduct research to find new uses for farm products we favor a long term program with appropriations adjusted to needs each years. We believe the federal government should subsidize "t don't know what, we will do with it then." Mrs. Pons said. "It's much too valuable to dis- rard, but. everyone will recognize it after they've seen it on^e " The floor length evening gown has 17 yards of gold barked by jersey. You ask-how can Mrs. Pons walk around under 17 gold and not fc>el like mother lode? into f,F,K [,A[)KU'!fIA 'AP strike, alrfjiflv "> of dollars. rnnv<"i rJ;iy today »< thr-' judges pond<'t>'d thf !<the government's junction The Irt'al fru<e. promp*-') .irt,'urnent.> Thursday on the junction appeal, will extend parly next week The union ronffnded She in tion, granted Wednesday by a District. Court judu'e in is unconstitutional nnd asked thnt. it he canceled. The chief argument: ft would half the strike for fi<) days but, wouldn't set.tle it. The government, however, said yards of Thursday the continuing long a ton of walkout endangered the health i and safety of the nation, and that a Taff-Hartley injunction was nee"II is a solid sheet, not threads i or strips," she explained. "The essary to prevent wrecking of i dress is lii;hl weight because the America's fronomy. j jersey is light and because the j gold is so thin. A special lining strength to the jersey." Club Installs 4 New Members Delay Enforcement The j,id^'es--f'hief .Judge John Biggs Jr., Herbert F. Goodrich and William Hastie—delayed enforcement, of the injunction until they rule on its legality "early next week"—probably Monday or Tuesday Rut the court, mindful of the seriousness of the situation, di- the union and steel "The Idle Man," the story of the , reeled that the union farm exports temporarily and en- Duke of Windsor, was discussed industry "engage in free collective courage development of private j Thursday night flt Toastmasters bargaining in good faith" and trading in an effort to expand club by Ron Sdiectman. Martin foreign markets for farm products. Maher served as table States Rights - We believe that i speaker. His subject was " if legislation is enacted by Con- i masfonng." Ffe also gave t gress which results in the Federal vocation. "make every effort to adjust and topics settle their differences." Toast-j Leaders of the giant Steelwork- the In- ers Union promptly accepted the court mandate. They assembled government assuming the rights) t)r. Norman Schulz, president, trm 171-member wage policy com- previously held by the states that: was in charge of the meeting, i mittee in Pittsburgh today to dis- NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OP EXECUTRIXES STATE OF IOWA, CARROLL COUNTY, ss. No. 7786 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, that the undersigned has been duly appointed and qualified as Executrixes of the estate of Mary Osterholt 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 tor allowance, and file In the office of the Clerk of the District Court. Frances Brunlng Emma Vanderhelden,. Executrixes Meyers & Tan Cretl, Attorney Dated October 15. 1959 Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Oct. 16, 28. 30, 1959 Several New Books At Glidden Library ( Times Ht'riild News Service) GLIDDEN — The Glidden Public Library has the following new books ready for circulation: A Harvest of Stories, by Dorothy Canfield (short stories of Vermont people); Midstream — Lincoln, the President, by J. G. Randall; You Need Never Walk Alone, by Alexander Lake (dramatic stories of the power of prayer); Readers Digest, containing The Secret Project by O'Leary and five other stories; Murder and Blueberry Pie, by Frances and Richard Lockridge; The Anric Years, by Rose Franken; Mine EJnemy Grows Older, by Alexander King; The Three Worlds of Albert Schweitzer, by Robert Payne a biography); The Queen Bee, by Idna Lee; Roll River, by James 3oyd. Memorial — Marcy Catches Up, ay DuJardine, given by the fresh- nan class of '59 in memory of ''red W. Franzwa. Landmark Books for Youth — ..incoln and Douglas, by Regina such pre - emption of authority should be specifically stated in the Bill. Labor — We strongly favor legislation be passed to control racketeering in labor unions and furthermore legislation should be passed to end' the exemption of labor unions from antitrust laws. We are not in favor of including hired farm labor under minimum wage coverage. Social Security —• We are opposed to extending coverage under social security to include other benefits such as hospitalization, medical care, etc. if increases in social security rates are necessary. We do favor lowering the retirement age of men from 65 to 62. County Issues Marketing Concentration Yard — We do favor considering the future establishment of a Farm Bureau livestock con centration point (yard) in West Central Iowa. which was a 6:30 dinner at the Burke Motor Inn. During the business meeting he installed the previously announced new members, Bob Six, Harold Cleveland, N. B. Nelson and Jack McConnell, and cuss the next step in the nationwide controversy that has closed 310 steel plants, 108 ore mines and 11 transport facilities in 32 states. No New Session Union President David J. Mc- introduced another new member, Donald, who sat through Thurs- Russell Franz. Two guests also I day's four-hour court session, said were present: Cliff Peters and Ev-'he would comply with the court erett Bliss. The four newly-installed, order. So did spokesmen for man- members will give their ice-breaker talks at the meeting next week. Bob Kioser was toastmaster; agement. But no new negotiating session has yet been arranged. The Eisenhower administration Paul Grouse was the individual; had no immediate plans for new evaluator; C. E. Mcllvain was gen- settlement attempts. A Depart- eral evaluator, and Bob Six was ment of Labor s P° kesman said timer. Injuries Fatal to Des Moines Man, 55 Attend Wedding in Grand Island, Neb. (Times Herulri N«ws Service) LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. John Peter have returned home from Grand Island, Neb., where they attended the wedding of Linda Keeler. They also visited other relatives in Nebraska. Their grandson Johnny Peter accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hendricks, Ames, spent the weekend in the telly; The roops, by Story of the Para- George Weller; The iattle of Britain, by Quentin; The Witchcraft of Salem Village, by Ihirley Jackson; The U.S. Ma- •ines, by George P. Hunt. Grades 4-8 — The Clue in the 'atchwork Quilt, by Sutton; The ;lack Cat Clue, by Sutton; The Trail of the Green Doll, by Sutton. «rades 1-3 — Uncle Remus Tories, by Joel Chandler Harris; The King's Stilts, by Dr. Seuss; Bartholomew and the Oobleck, by Jr. Seuss. Library Hours are 2:30-5:00 p.m. rV'ednesdays and Saturdays. Several women have visited the Antarctic, but none has ever set oot on the South Pole. LANUUACE BOABS. EDWARD JP. Brlneks, S miles east, 4 south of Carroll. 41-216-tfc i'Oll SAUfi: 50 HEAD OF PURE 1 . bred Spotted Poland spring boars, weight up to 300 Ibs. also three fall boars. Charles Nlssen, 2',3 miles north of Aspinwall. Iowa. ' 41-231-tfc -*SX 43 Livestock Wanted If You Have Fat Cattle to Sell Call Bob Six Carroll, 2616 Representing Sioux City Dressed Beef, Inc 43477-ltC ] FOR SALE Ford Sports T-Bird Fire-engine red, big motor, straight stick, white walls, convertible top, excellent condition. One of few 1955 with straight stick. value, sale See Jeck Motors Co. PH. 100 — SPIRIT LAKE, IOWA 7 1-250- He lass *x>Ri> i' AJ it LAM: sou 4-nooit blue and white. 4 new white wall tires 20,000 miles, cheap. Perfect condition. Phone MU 4-2273 or MU 4-S356. Coon Rapids. 71-250-31 r 1958 CHKVAOUCT BJSCAVNK 1- door, V-8, powergllde, radio, heater, 2-tone blue, clean lorul car. McCoy .Motors. 71-2-16-tfi 1 1U37 (HKV. 210 4-UOUK. LOCAL car with onlv 36,000 miles: Ti.s Ford Country Sedan Station Wag on, 6 pubseni>er V-8. Local oiie owner, low mileage car; '58 Kdsd 2-door sedan ut special reduced prices. Wltlrock Motors. 7J-250-IU: for a King-Size Buy at mouse-size price, shop the value-packed Times Herald Want Ad section. Everybody's looking in the Want Ads for today's best buys. Read them for profitl Use them for results! DIAL 3573 Daily Times Herald died in a hospital here Thursday night several hours after his car was in an auto accident on High way 9 about 10 miles northeast of here. Deputy Sheriff Boyd Groezinger said Stevens' car apparently went out of control at a curve and into the path of one driven by Mrs. Leroy McCabe, 31, Waukon. Mrs. McCabe was taken to the hospital for observation. Her little daughter, riding with her, escaped injury. Stevens was thrown into a wire fence when his car went into a ditch. Mrs. Anna Hinz Complimented on Her 82nd Birthday (Times Herald Newi Service) MANNING Members of the family of Mrs. Anna Hinz honored her at a potluck dinner at the VFW Hall Oct. 18 in observance of her 82nd birthday. Following dinner, there was a surprise reception, when approximately 100 friends and neighbors of Mrs. Hinz called at the hall. Dale Hinz, Frank Boock and Gary Gruhn escorted Mrs. Hinz to a chair of honor, and a "This is Your Life" program was presented with Mrs. Dean Heuton, Arcadia, as mistress of ceremonies. The grandchildren sang "Happy Birthday" to her. Lunch was served by the children and grandchildren. A large birthday cake, baked . and i wood. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Maddox spent Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Potter at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Julia Toms returned home Sunday from Underwood where she has been visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendal Heuton and family. Mrs. Myrtle Beegle spent several days in' Des Moines visiting her granddaughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ogle. Mrs. Merle Howe spent the lal- ier part of the week in Council Bluffs assisting with the care of her mother, Mrs. Adolph Subbert, who suffered third degree burns on ler hands and arms. Paul Riedesel spent the weekend at Austin, Minn., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Burdine and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harodl Loeschen at Mason City. He re- urned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Twogood and Delwyn and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Janssen were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and vlrs. Don Huisenga at Rockwell !ity, honoring Delwyn Twogood on lis 15th birthday. Mrs. Hazel Jensdn and Ruth Fogerty, Des Moines, spent Saturday here with relatives ( and friends. Gaylon Frantz attended the homecoming game at Storm Lake Saturday. "there's nothing we can do" until the circuit court rules. The Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service said it will step in only if the injunction is upheld. The strike's effects have been devastating. Losses in wages, business and taxes have rocketed pa^t five billion dollars. Melvin Killeen Seriously injured In Auto Accident* (Time* Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Melvin "Stub'* Killeen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Killeen, Westside, was seriously injured in an auto accident near Ringsted, Saturday afternoon. He was taken to the Estherville Hospital. He was transferred by plane Saturday evening to Rochester. Vfinn. Mr. Killeen sustained head injuries, and is in a coma. He is a mechanic at the larvester Company International Garage i n Ringsted. Sunday morning, Arnold Killeen, Westside, drove to Ames where he met his nephew, Gene Killeen, a student at the State University. They drove to Rochester, and visited Gene's father, Melvin Killeen, at the hospital, returning home Sunday evening. At last report, there had been no change in Mr. Killeen's condition. Mr. and Mrs. Virtus #vers, Conrad, Mont., called on Mr. and Mrs. Alva Steiner Tuesday morning. Monday afternoon and evening, Mrs. Merle Theideman, Mrs. Leroy Wiebers, and Mrs. Harold Kracht attended the Educational Institute at the United Church of Christ in Schleswig. It was the ai> nual regional meeting. Mr. and Mrs. William Stoelk and Ella Rohwer from Westside also attended. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller had as dinner guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. James Underwood and Mr., Mrs. Byrnes Attend Open House , . sonSi Jefers> Minn decorated with an "82, by Mrs. j Mrs Berl C()X and Merlin Struve of Manning, centered the luncheon table. Mrs. Hinz received many cards, flowers and gifts. All of her children and their fam- (Times Hrruld Neivi 8«rvl<-<*> WESTSIDE —Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Byrnes were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Fit/sim- mons in Omaha Sunday afternoon. Jeffers, Minn., and Mr. and > They attended open house at the Mr. and Mrs. j P. H. Kelly residence in Omaha in Delbcrt Underwood and son, 11 onor of Mr. and Mrs. Kelly's I daughter and grandson, Mrs. Frank O'Neal and Kellv Patrick, Boone. Hies were present: Mrs. Max Gruhn, Manning; Walter Hinz and Mrs. Kermit Kasperson, Boone, Mrs. Carl Hofvander, Chicago; Ed| ward Hinz and Mrs. Virgil Genzen, i Manning. Others who assisted with 1 the day's plans were Mr. and Mrs. ! Herbert Boock and family, Des 'Moines; Mr. and Mrs. '-'Albert i Bock, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Dean ! Heuton and family, Arcadia; Mr., 'and Mrs. Charles Segebart, and i Jdlie ' i Mr. and Mrs. Dale Vollsledt. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Stuhr and daughters of Omaha wepe overnight guests Saturday in the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Ed Hunt. Mr. and Mrs. William Joens en- Itertained the Saturday Night Piat dinner Saturday Mrs. Volkman Has Party for Daughter (Time* Heruld .Vewi H^rvlcei VAIL — Mrs. Palmer Volkman entertained at a birthday supper f]~ _" si " u . n for Pam on her ninth birthday, eila and Michael O'Connell and Randy Volkman were present. Lorraine Hickey was hostess to the Friendly Neighbor Club at her home. The afternoon nochle Club evening in observance of , . . ,, , Joens birthday. Albert Puck held i I ))a> '"'^ huchre - Mrs high at cards; Mrs. John Schrum, second and traveling, and Mrs, Jul Musfeldt, low. BOY, 6, INJLKE1) Steven Espenhover, 6, suffered a broken left arm and leg la > Friday morning at the farm home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Espenhover of Westside. Steven's coat caught in a hoist. He is a patient in St. Anthony Hospital. was spent J. J. Hig- was awarded high, Mrs. Frank Murtaugh, losv and Mrs. J. W. O'Connell, the door prize. Lunch was served. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. who are visiting thorn from Eugene, Ore. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hansman at Vail Friday evening in honor of Mrs. Hansman's birthday were Mr and Mrs. \V;i!l;u'e Auen and family, Denison: Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hansman and Merit 1 , Mr, and Mrs. Lester Brockman and Mark-lie. Mr. and Mrs. Donam! Douglas and Mr. and Mrs. (.'lurein.'t» Ureessen. Eddie Blackmail, Chanute Field, 111., was a supper yiiest Monday evening of Mr and Mrs. Clifford Dreessen. He is on lease from the air force and will bo visiting at the home of his grandmother. Mrs. Frank Farley at Vail until October 31. Frank Murtaugh. The Tolima volcano, 18,320 feet high, is in Columbia. OANQl'KT NOV. 5 a'im«» Uer»i<i .%<•«» srmc«» COON RAPIUS — Lads and dads will gather at First .\K-thodLsi Church here for iheir annual Fath- tr-Son Banquet Nov. 5 at 6:30 p.m. ' C. A. Bowk in Coon Hapids. Don llalverson. Lay Leader, is Mr. and Mr.-, Carl HaiiMuau and ttgaiu in general charge. ' Merlin spent Monday in Omaha. Lloyd FiVi'.M.' hciiiu' were her sister, A r 1 e n e lU'idiart, and her roommate, M a r i; a r t> t Anderson. The girls, students at the I Diversity of Iowa, spent the weekend at the home of Arlene's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl HiMi'hart in Denison. Catharine -Wittorf and Viola Sievers were diiuiei guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker and I

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