The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa on July 27, 1969 · Page 64
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The Des Moines Register from Des Moines, Iowa · Page 64

Des Moines, Iowa
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Sunday, July 27, 1969
Page 64
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All-In-The-Ear Hearing Aid Weighs only V& punce ' Our most popular model fits' entirely in the ear. No tubes or cords. Como in for complete details 01 write for Sears FREE.,,. booklet on Hearing Aids. Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your Money Back SEARS, HOraVCK AND CO. PIMM ITMfll, DM MlfcM, la. Matched For Fashion Supple, rlcti calf and gleaming ttnt Itatlwr taam up In N»7- urallctr's imart «uil Met. Tht ktad Sins 4|A to 10. 4A's to B's Postage Paid In All Iowa „ TOUR SPARE TIME IS WORTH I MONET...THOUSANDS... THE MILES WAT Handymen ... you're in luck. Be 1 tomeowoers. Here* the way kBultf your own . w. irYhigh. Op •it, yvMfwtii ii JWM Cfln QflVG • noil and follow simple instructions, a P ^VA^y^r'sVi 1 ; If yiu have tki willm km the way! _ fe&BSid%nWrTEve^ ^™S£™SXS^*JSX£*m thing furnished. I MMM ruth m« your tre« uttloiue on Milts Low down paymmt • Rant tiia | SulM It Younall Homo, paymaah • Fraa dalivary I ,cOr"W^ f.) MKM.CSS. MaM«»*7Ml CITY- STATE You'll Enjoy JIM MURRAY'S Entertaining SPORTS COLUMN a regular feature off PAGE 2—DES MOINES SUNDAY REGISTER-JULY 27. 19*9 So Meet Nicholas Klyde rjlHERE'S THE Lhasa Apso, of course. And then there's the Rhode- t *• sian Ridgeback. There's the Basenji, whose bark isn't worse than ali& bite-, because he's virllualty barktess, and then there are the Schnauzer, Weimaraner, Saluki, Borzoi, Komondor, Kuvasz and Doberman Pinscher. Few, if any, of. those dogs can spell their family name. That's why, if you're a dog, it's so pleasant to be a Poodle. Besides that, Poodles have the reputation of having a high level ot intelligence. At least they are still around, and where's the Airedale? So meet Nicholas Klyde, the First, a pensive Poodle from Iowa City. He rooms and boards with Dr. and Mrs. Kenjieth J. Judiesch there. (Reyiater photofimph by LiUia Dean) The Painting on the Cover A TOWN square is a wonderful place for old timers (and anyone else who wishes) to sit and observe the life and business of the town around them. In county seats there are the courthouse steps to sit on and county affairs to watch and talk about in addition toi town affairs. In other places there are benches, perhaps an old bandstand or the base of a Civil War statue to sit on. Worthington, in Dubuque County,, scene of the painting on today's cover, has a nice shady town square with picnic table benches for the observers. Also there is extra business to watch. A railroad siding goes right through the park and so there are railroad operations to keep track of.— Frank Miller. (Copyright IMf by Det Moiiws Rtvlster and Tribunt Company)

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