Deaths, Funerals | TimM Herald, Carroll, la. Widnnday, Feb. 25, 1976 EUGENE FOVAL Eugene Foval, 70, of Albert City,~father of Bill Foval of Carroll, died Tuesday, Feb. 24, at the Pocahontas Community Hospital Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Albert City. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Wednesday at the Nelson Funeral Home, Albert City. Immediate survivors include Mr. Foval's wife, Elvena, and five children: Mrs. John (Shirley) Lackman of Albert City; Mrs. Bill (Carol) Johnson of Mt. Horeb, Wis.; Bill of Carroll; Mrs. Joe (Betty) Schott of Sheldon and Bruce of Fort Dodge. JOHNSPADE SAC CITY — John Clifford Spade, 59, of Worthington, Minn:, died at Rochester, Minn., Tuesday, Feb. 24. Graveside rites will be held here at 11 a.m. Friday at Oakland Cemetery. There will be a rosary at 8 p.m. Thursday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City. Mr. Spade was born and reared at Sac City and graduated from Sac City High School. He is survived by his father, Lloyd Spade, of Worthington, and other relatives. MRS. PETER J.NEU ROSELLE — Funeral rites for Mrs. Peter J. Neu, 73, of Roselle were held here Tuesday in Holy Angels Church. Her nephew, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A.W. Behrens of Marcus, and the Rev. Jerome Coyle, pastor of the church, con-celebrated the mass of the resurrection at 1 p.m. Fr. Coyle delivered the homily, lector was Mrs. Neu's grandson, Dennis Wuebker. Offertory gift bearers were her great-grandchildren, Monica and Shell! Brightwell and Kevin and Brian Hulsing. Pallbearers were Vincent Goetzinger, Melvin Brincks, Joseph Seidl, Virgil Williams, Harold Eich and Clifford Eischeid. Interment was in the parish cemetery, with Msgr. Behrens conducting graveside rites. The Sharp Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from San Jose, Santa Clara and Boulder Creek, Calif.; Scottsdale, Ariz.; Hartington and Omaha, Demonstrates Indoor Hockey Coach Mike Foley explained indoor hockey and the fourth grade students gave a hockey demonstration at the St. Lawrence Home-School meeting Tuesday night. After the hockey performance, a business meeting was conducted by President Carl Stukenholtz. Rev. Dale Reiff opened and closed the meeting with a prayer. , School Principal Sr. Mary Myron Stork explained the St. Lawrence students' Iowa Basic Skills test results to the parents; She compared them to the overall Iowa and national test scores. City Councilwoman Mrs. Valerie Windschitl presented her. views as a member of the council and its objectives for the new year. Refreshments were served by the fourth grade students' mbthers. The next meeting will be in April. Neb.; Blooming Prairie, Minn.; Arcadia, Milford, Templeton, Breda, Spencer, Perry, Odebolt, West Bend, HalbUr, Carroll, Marcus, Ida Grove, Wall Lake and Gray. Mrs. Neu, a longtime resident of this area, died at her home Feb. 20. Ask for State Aid for Roads An application for $51,889 in state aid was sent to the Iowa Department of Transportation by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors Tuesday. The application is for money to be used for road system improvements. Asst. County Engineer Dave Paulsen said his office expects to repair two bridges in Arcadia and Roselle townships. The state department must approve the application. An attorney for Mrs. Alvin Bellinghausen of Maple River asked the board to approve the vacating of a street in'Maple River. The board told the attorney to start the legal procedures and the board will set a public hearing at a later date. The Rev. Paul Pillow reaffirmed to the board that the Happy Times Day Care Center and Pre-School does not force persons to pay for its services under a program where the county pays 25 per cent of the bill if the parents do not pay. Iowa pays the other 75 per cent. March 15 at 1:30 p.m. was set as the time the county will sell the Strickland property in Lanesboro. The county took possession of the property at a tax sale. Joe Vanderheiden was hired as a full-time Carroll County Ambulance Service Attendant. He has been part time. The board okayed the hiring of a cook and a housekeeper for the Carroll County Care Facility, as required by state law. No individuals have been hired for the additional jobs. The preliminary county budget was discussed. Next Monday, a date will be set for a public hearing on the budget —probably March 15. , 'Breda Students Score in Speech BREDA — Eighteen students from St. Bernard High School participated in the CYO Speech Contest held at St. John High School, Bancroft, Sunday, Feb. 22. The following received I ratings: Jo Ann Schettler, Deb Schwarzkopf, Julie Knobbe (two areas), Tom Venner, Diane Stork, Kevin Engel, Ellen Miller. Other students who participated were: DebWittry, Mary Jo B runing, Carmen Schelle, Mary Jo Heiman, Cecelia Schettler, Karla Klaus, Donna Tiefenthaler, Julie Gaffney, Carlene Boeckman, and Linda Sturm. Following the contest, an awards assembly was held for students who were judged outstanding. Three Breda students were honored, Julie Knobbe, mime; Deb Schwarzkopf, prose; Julie Knobbe, mime. " • The students are coached by Connie Irlbeck. Daily Record , F.L. Sharp Sharp Renamed President of Funeral Group F.L. (Barney) Sharp of Carroll was reelected president of District 10, Iowa Funeral Directors Association at a meeting held Tuesday night at Denison. By virtue of his presidency, Sharp also is a member of the board of governors of the state organization. Counties comprising District 10 are Wood bury, Monona, Crawford, Sac, Calhoun and Carroll. Arlen Otteman of Sac City was elected district vice president and Tom Twit of Carroll, secretary. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.40 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.45 Oats 1.50 "OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: . Hogs: 4,200; barrows and gilts fairly active, 1.00-1.25 lower on weights to 280 Ib, heavier weights steady to 1.00 lower;-U.S. 1-3, 195-240 Ib 48.00-48.25; sows steady to 25 lower; 350-600 Ib 44.00-44.50, one load 360 Ib 45.00. Cattle and calves: 2,500; slaughter steers and heifers fairly active, 25-50 higher; cows moderately active, firm to 50 higher; 2 loads choice with end prime 1,200-1,330 Ib steers 38.50; choice 9751,250 Ib 37.2538.25; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 35.75-37.00; part load •4,000 Ib 37';25; utility and ..commercial.cows mainly,.. 26.00-28.00; canner and cutter 19.50-26.00. Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — (USDA) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Tuesday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.38-2.46' 4.30-4.42 N/Central 2.40-2.45 4.39-4.45 Northeast 2.38-2.52 4.42-4.57 •Southwest 2.35-2.42 4.3(M.44 S. Central 2.39-2.45 4.42-4.45 Southeast 2.44-2.55 4.5M.64 DEEN IN DANCE Kevin Deen will participate in the fourth annual Marathon Dance at Iowa State University, Ames, March 12. The purpose of the dance is to raise money for Muscular Dystrophy research. The 30 hour dance begins at 7 p.m. Deen is the son of the LaVern Deens,539E. llthSt. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Stephen J. Reinart, Glidden, Chevrolet; Anna M. or Clifford F. Hacker, Templeton, Chevrolet; Clinton C. or Irene N. Crosier, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Lynn M. Anderson, Coon Rapids, Ford; Martha Millender, Carroll, Chevrolet; Frank J. or Madeline Hoffman, Dedham, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfer- Bertha B. Herron estate to Floyd and Iris Johnson, Lot 3, Block 4, George Ribble's Addition, Coon Rapids. , SHERIFF'S OFFICE Tire Causes Accident— A tire came off a truck driven by William C. Geiger, Coon Rapids, Tuesday afternoon, causing damage to a car driven by LeRoy J. Heinrichs, 608 Parkview Drive, Carroll, Deputy Doug Bass reported. The tire hit the Heinrichs car's front end, and the car spun around, Bass said. The accident occurred on U.S. .71, two miles south of Carroll. DISTRICT COURT Sentence Revised— A five-year reformatory sentence handed down Oct. 27, 1975, to Steve J. Gingery was raised to 10 years because of a technical error in the original sentencing. Gingery pleaded guilty to breaking and entering. POLICE DEPARTMENT Juvenile Charged— A 17-year-old Breda boy was charged with one count of forgery and two counts of false uttering of checks Tuesday afternoon by the Carroll Police Department. The checks were passed at Wittrock Motors for $20 (for both false uttering and School Closed; Faculty Illness TEMPLETON — The grade school here was closed Tuesday because several members of the faculty were ill. School Principal Sr. Joan Hosch, OSF, said all but one of the teachers were back to work-Wednesday. The school was closed several years ago because of faculty and student illness, Sr; Joan said. Looks Over Damage-- -staff Photo Neppl /Alvina E. Rotert, Halbur, looks at damage ! done to her care late Tuesday afternoon in. an accident at the U.S. 30-Main Street, intersection in Carroll. Shown with her ;are j .from,lefti Carroll Police Officers Norbert Kaspersen, Merlin Reinart and Remain Boes. Ms. Rotert was charged With making ;an illegal left turn after her car collided with one driven by Lowell G. Janning, Glidden. The accident held up rush hour traffic in downtown. Carroll for a ''---•"••••• - (Continued From Page 1) to Columbus, Neb. Other transfers included to Colorado Springs, Denver and Albuquerque, N.M. Neppl, who joined the Air Force as an aviation cadet, was discharged as captain in the Eighth Air Force. Neppl was in Carroll at the time of the opening of the new J.C. Penney store in the urban renewal district. Ida Keeps Present Way of Electing Board IDA GROVE, Iowa (AP) Ida County will continue its present method of electing three members of the county board of supervisors. In a special election Tuesday, the present system of electing supervisors from districts with candidates a resident of the district received 1,280 votes. A proposal to elect supervisors on an at-large basis with the candidate a resident of the district received 567 votes. A third proposal to elect supervisors at-large with no residency requirements received 23 votes. The election was called after 400 Ida .County residents filed a petition asking that supervisors be elected at-large with a residency requirement. • Scranton (Continued From Page 1) • United Nations provoked criticism from other delegates and within the administration. He quit Feb. 2 saying he would lose tenure at Harvard University if he did not return to teaching. : Much of what Moynihan said at the world organization was directed against Third World critics of the United States and of Israel. "The policy of standing up for the United States against some of these unfair attacks" will continue at the United Nations despite the change of ambassadors, Ford said during the White House 'meeting. '•-'.•. •'.. •• -•; •;';..? forgery) and Sharp Florist for $17.50 (for false uttering). Chief Maurice Dion and Officers Merlin Reinart and Les Butler arrested the youth. Car-Semi Accident— A car driven by Ronald J. Halbur, Route 1, Coon Rapids, and a semi-trailer truck driven by Ronald L. Means, Dubuque, collided Tuesday afternoon at the U.S. 30-Herman FordrMercury driveway intersection, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Remain Boes reported, Halbur was charged with making an illegal left turn. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Tuesday— Regina Mohr transferred from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to Carroll Health Center. WalteV Heuton, Glidden, taken to St. Anthony Hospital from his home due to illness. FIRE DEPARTMENT Washer Motor Fire— A fire in a washing machine motor at the Mrs. Jewel Tooley residence, 221 W. 15th St., was extinguished early Tuesday evening by Carroll firemen. There was no .significant damage except in the machine, Mrs. Tooley said! LAKE VIEW FIRE DEPARTMENT Grass Fire— The Lake View fire department extinguished a small. : grass fire at the Andy Meredith farm three miles north of Lake ViewTuesday afternoon, Chief Marvin Weitzel said. No damage was reported. Cow-Calf Meeting Here Dr. Robert Bellows, animal .scientist with the U.S. Range Experiment Station in Montana, will discuss "Calving Problems and How to Deal with Them," at a meeting in the Elks building here Tuesday, Mar. 2 at 10:00 a.m. . . Dr. Bellows is a specialist in beef cow reproduction and what affects it. He isone of the leading authorities in the United States on calving problems. Some of the topics that he will cover include: How do you predict calving problems? Does nutrition • affect calving? Does induced calving solve or create problems? What are the various calving problems you can encounter? How do you handle difficult births? Do you have the right equipment and do you know how to use it? Reservations may be made with the Carroll County Extension office in Carroll, telephone 792-2364. Key to the City — Mayor Schechtman, left, offers the "key to the city" to United Commercial Travelers' Supreme Counselor C.J. Thibedeau, Duluth, Minn., far right. Looking oh is " Wilfred (Bill) Schneider, senior counselor Two Glasses Offered for Babysitters -Staft Photo of the Carroll UCT cpuncil, center. Thibedeau spoke to about 80 persons at the UCT Friendship Dinner Tuesday night at the Elks Club. Business Briefs Because of a heavy enrollment, the sixth grade babysitting course sponsored by the Carroll Jaycee Ettes and the Carroll County Extension Service will be offered on Tuesday and Thursday nights beginning March 9. The Tuesday class will meet in the Holy Spirit School Cafeteria and the Thursday class will be in the St. Lawrence School Cafeteria. The classes will meet once a week from 7 to 9 p.m., throughout March. A registration fee of $1 will be paid the first night. Students may sign up for the course at their school offices or by calling the Carroll County Extension offices. Pat Minriihan will assume the duties of director of sales at Scranton Manufacturing, Co., Inc.,'Scranton, effective March 1, according to John McLaughlin, general manager of the Scranton firm. Minnihan's prime responsibility will be the establishment of a nationwide sales organization to market the Scranton product line which includes hog and cattle gates, round and slant bar round bale feeders, slant bar feeder panels, tractor mount round bale and stack movers, portable corral panels and, portable horse stalls. A native .of Jefferson, Minnihan has worked for the past five years as'sales manager of agricultural products for Vermeer Manufacturing Co. of Pella. In that' position, he established an international sales and to Stage 'Oklahoma!' service organization which successfully introduced and marketed large round hay balers throughout the free world. • . . ' ? ,-••-•,.•• -0- /!,-. -• :, Shirbroun Distributing Co; of Carroll will start distributing Pickett's. Beer sometime in March. Picfcett's Beer is brewed in Dubuque in Iowa's only remaining brewery. . : Picketts, brewed in the former Star Brewery in Dubuque, has increased sales from 11,000 barrels annually when it took over the brewery in 1971 to 60,000 barrels last year. About 65 per cent of th6 company's total output is sold in Dubuque, but the move into the Carroll area market as well as several others is a part of an effort by Pickett's to establish statewide distribution. • The increased sales of Pickett's is going against the Legal Notices , , . ibi!.<jigenaval> ddcHnerwf'. small per drarnla'and v 'Malett,"inStrumental musicj • jjndepende,n£;breweries. ' **•'•.-* Mfs f ."Barbara Fletpher, ' -" " ; "•" choral, and Sr. Charlene, drama. The set direction will be under Dean Kollasch and lighting under James Strautman. CANCER MEMORIAL A gift in memory of Brent E. Wiese of Arcadia has been received by the American Cancer Society, it was reported Wednesday by Mrs. C.E. Mcllvain, memorials chairman for the Society's Carroll County chapter. 'The' .Ku music departments will present the musical "Oklahoma" this spring. The play will be April 9-11 at 8 p.m. and April 11 at 2 p.m. in the school auditorium. Tickets will go on sale March 22, and may be purchased from any Kuemper student, Sr. Charlene Smith said. The directors will be: John >. of ".only iaiout 2p independent breweries, left ifl the country, -compared with 750 or so that prospered i m me diately after Prohibition. . A recent survey by Esquire Magazine rated Pickett's Premium one of only^-38 "splendid" beers in America and the lightest of the lot. In addition to Carroll, Pickett's is expanding into the Sioux City, Cherokee, Sheldon and Algona area markets. • IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE OP IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11126 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Lambert J. Rohner Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Lambert J. Rohner Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 17th day of. February, 1976, the undersigned was appointed ad-. mln|strator of said estate. Notice Is hereby given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed six ' months from the second publication' of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) 1 such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. • Dated this 17th day -of February, 1»76. • Kathrlne Rohner Administrator of .said Estate 115 North Court St. Carroll, Iowa 51401 ALFRED J. KLOCKE Clerk of the District Court Court House Carroll, Iowa , Crane, Peters & McMlnlmee 'Attorneys for said Administrator S14'/a North Adams St. Carroll, Iowa 51401 Date of second publication 25th day - of February, 1976. February 18, 25,1976 IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF ADMINISTRATOR AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11123 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Mary E. Ries Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Mary E. Rles Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 17th day of February, 1976, the undersigned was appointed administrator of said estate. Notice is hereby given that all persons Indebted to said estate are requested to make Immediate payment to the undersigned, and creditors having claims against said estate shall file them with the clerk of the above named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance, and unless so filed six months from the second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claims shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 17th day of February, 1976. Jo Ann Wllken Administrator of said Estate Westslde, Iowa ALFRED J. KLOCKE Clerk of th< District Court Court House Carroll, Iowa Raun, Franck, Mundt 4 Nepper Attorneys for said Administrator 203 North Main ' Denison, Iowa 51442 Date of second publication 25th day of February, 1976. February 18, 25,1976' The Weather IOWA FORECAST Generally clear tonight. Low around 30. Increasing cloudiness and a little cooler Thursday. High 40s northeast and SOs elsewhere. ( _ . IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST '' Friday Through Sunday Little or no precipitation expected. Continued mild until turning colder Sunday. Lows upper 20s and 30s, highs SUNNY mostly the'SOs Friday arid Saturday, SOs and 50s Sunday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures.Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co j ' . . Yesterday's nigh...;.. .",... 57 Yesterday's low.... 36" At 7 a.m. today..., .'."..• 33 At 10 a.m. today. I...... f ...43 Weather A Year Ago- High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 39 and the low, 26 degrees. -Staff Photo O • " '• '»»•''"»" • ' - ~^" ( Kemoye Backstops — : • <*. • •••,!!. Out goes the old to make room for the hew. City employes removed tw ? baseball backstops from the Senior LeagUe fields south of the.Carroll Athletic Field Tuesday to make room for construction of a recreation center: Contracts for ilLS 1 ' T? S ^" e<d last ^ and construction!^ expected to start when materials arrive and the weather' ' permits. Roy Van Scoy, l n bucket, and Virgil (Termitef Chnstenson, in cab, tore dowH the backstops. Sentir League games will be played oh the softball the swimming pool next year, ' '
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