Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 26, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, February 26, 1976
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Deaths, Funerals 1 s=£SSstt» 2 I Daily Record ' . ' MiMMtitMiitiiiiifiMiiiimiimnniiiiiiMtiitti » MRS. ELIZABETH DeMOSS GLIDDEN — Mrs. Elizabeth DeMoss, 69, of Glidden died after a long illness Thursday morning at the Carroll Health Center, where she had resided for about a year. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden, with burial in Westlawn Cemetery. The Rev. H. Wallace Kinzler will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home after 3 p.m. Friday. Mrs. DeMoss was the widow of Wilbur L. DeMoss. She was born at Morris, 111., May 25, 1906, a daughter of James and Anna M. Thompson Gerrish, and came to the Glidden-Ralston area from Morris in March, 1911. Her marriage to Mr. DeMoss took place at Boone Aug. 25,1928, and they farmed in the Glidden-Ralston area for many years before retiring and moving into Glidden. She was a member of the United Methodist Church, Glidden, and the Rebekah Lodge at Scranton. She is survived by several cousins. MRS. DEMA HALE LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Dema Hale, 83, of Lake View died Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Loring Hospital, Sac City. Funeral services will be held here at 2 p.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church. The Rev. George Brighton will officiate and Mrs. LaGene Holdcroft will be organist. Pallbearers will be George Kolbe, Glen Kolbe, Eugene Christian, Wilmer Koessel, Alan Kruthoff and Carl Sproul. Burial will be in Ferguson Cemetery, under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Lake View. Mrs. Hale was born Sept. 30, 1892, a daughter of DeWitt and Roain Frisbie Strong. She was married to Ora D. Hale, who died in 1954. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Alvin (Lenora) Henrich and Mrs. Lawrence (Cecile) Arndt, both of Sac City; a son, Cyril D. of Racine, Wis.; nine grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Besides her husband, Mrs. Hale was preceded in death by two infant sons; an adopted son, Bryce Hale; two sisters and two brothers. DARRELL SCHULTZ SAC CITY — Darrell Schultz, 79, of Sac City, died Wednesday, Feb. 25, at Loring Hospital here. The funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. IN MEMORY OF | Elizabeth Demossl Gliddcn - Ag« 69 Funeral Scrvim 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Dahn A Woodheuu Funeral Home in Glidden | Officiating Rev. H. Wallace Kinzler of the United Methodiit Church of Glidden DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Saturday at St. Mary's Church, Sac City. Burial will be in Oakland Cemetery, with military graveside rites. The parish rosary is scheduled for 8 p.m. Friday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City. Mr. Schultz managed a lumber yard here for many years before he retired. He was a veteran of World War I. Surviving are his wife, Frances; two daughters, Mrs. Leo Bargielski of Watertown, Wis., and Mrs. Richard Johnson of Milwaukee, Wis.; a son, Paul, of Plymouth, Wis.; and 14 grandchildren. WENDELG. HACKER TEMPLETON - Mass of the resurrection for Wendel G. Hacker, 83, of Templeton was celebrated here at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Church here by the Rev. Eugene T. Schumacher. Pallbearers were Dennis Janning, Gary Janning, James Janning, Daryl David, Robert Hacker and Kenneth Kruse. The Templeton Knights of Columbus formed an honor guard at the church. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home of Carroll. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Austin, Tex.; Jamestown, N.D.; Aurora, Colo.; Crystal Lake, 111.; Morrilton and Harrison, Ark.; Bettendorf, Council Bluffs, Fort Dodge, Spirit Lake, Lanesboro, Arcadia, Breda, Templeton, Carroll and surrounding area. Mr. Hacker, a retired blacksmith and implement dealer, died Feb. 22 at Manning General Hospital, Manning. DAVID R. DALGETY MANNING — David R. Dalgety, 77, of Manning, a retired dairy farmer, died Tuesday, Feb. 24, at Manning General Hospital. Rites will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Ohde Funeral Home, Manning. The Rev. Edward F. Heinicke, pastor of Zion Lutheran Church, will officiate and burial will be in the Manning Cemetery. Friends may call at the funeral home. Mr. Dalgety, son of James and Annie Donaldson Dalgety, was born at Forfshire, Scotland Feb. 26,. 1898. At the age of eight years he came to the Botna area with his family, bringing the first Black Angus cattle to the area. He married Hilda Jansen and they were the parents of four daughters. In 1939 he married Selma Vetter and three daughters were born to them. They lived in the Manning area, most of the time on a farm just east of town. He was engaged in dairy and cattle farming, specializing in Black Angus, and also was a bus driver and janitor for the Manning School District for 20 years. Mr. Dalgety is survived by his wife, Selma; his daughters, Mrs. Ray (Phylis) Ehlers, Mrs. Daryl (Diane) Genzen, Mrs. Merlyn (Beverly) Irlbeck and Mrs. Duane (Kay) Otto, all of Manning, Mrs. Paul (Lila) Johnson of Aurora, Colo., Mrs. Robert (Alice) Savage of Tigard, Ore., and Mrs. Ed (Dohnavee) Madsen of FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION Carroll, Iowa SATURDAY, FEB. 28 Selling Time j p.m.^Sharp EXTRA LARGE RUN OF CATTLE We will have a nice line of good native eatlle for thi* tale. There will be a good offering of both yearling! and good green calves. If you have livestock to tell, pfease contact IK or bring them in. Always the best service and top prices when you consign to our auction. Also, we offer a complete order-buying service for all kinds of livestock — Give us a try. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 10 Fancy Whiteface steers, weaned C vacc. — 350 Ibs. 15 Mixed heifer calves, green A vacc. - 420 Ibs. 8 Whiteface A Black Whiteface heifers - 475 Ibs. 15 Holstein steers, fancy kind - 9OO Ibs. 2 Holstein steers - 700 Ibs. 5 Holstein steers - 700 Ibs. 10 Black ft Mack Whiteface heifers, vacc. - 650 IDS. 3 Shorthorn heifers, vacc. - 650 to 700 Ibs. 9 Fancy Whiteface steers, green — 650 IDS: 3 Mipod steers - 625 Ibs. 6 Crossbred calves - 325 Ibs. Plus many more calves It yearlings by sale time. HOGS Always several pens of pigs of all weights. MISCELLANEOUS 1 Load of hay. Sink with steel cabinet. 4 Sow farrowing pens. Some used lumber. 'C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Owners and Operators Bom Phone 7*2-2572 Located 2 miles West en Hwy. 30, V» North Paul Grot* Audubon. Also surviving are 19 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren and a sister, Mrs. Catherine Petersen of Manning. Biography of Pope John Is Reviewed Mrs. James Furey reviewed "I Will be Called John,", biography of Pope John XXIII by Lawrence Elliott, for members of Little Flower Study Club Wednesday night. The club met a the home of Mrs. C.L. Siemann, with Mrs. James Collison as co-hostess. Mrs. Colette Bock presided. For the inspirational portion of the meeting Mrs. Collison read the second letter of St. Peter to God's Chosen People in Asia Minor. Qualities cited as necessary to live a godly life included goodness, knowledge, self-control, endurance, godliness, brotherly love and charity. In her review, Mrs. Furey traced the route of Pope John's life from the small Italian village of Sotto II Monte to the throne of St. Peter's in Rome. She noted that Angelo Roncalli's boyhood was beset by poverty, yet overflowing with love and devotion. She spoke of his spiritual diaries started at the age of 14, his major assignments during his priesthood and his election as Pope Oct. 28, 1958. The author emphasized that in a world once more darkened by suspicion of leadership, Pope John's story renews one's faith in the goodness of man. The club will meet next on March 24 at Mrs. Furey's home. • Convention (Continued From Page 1) expected to attend, according to GOP County Co-chairman Mrs. Ruth Bolger of Coon Rapids. The party platform will be the prime discussion topic, Mrs. Bolger said. Although most of the issues discussed will concern state and federal platform planks, some county issues may also be talked about. "' " '''"' -' Platform proposals will be forwarded to district and state conventions for further consideration. The convention also will select delegates to represent Carroll County at district and state conventions later this year. The district statutory convention will be held April 3 in Harlan for the fifth congressional district. A district committeeman and committeewoman will be elected to serve on the state central committee April 3. Platform issues will be discussed and a district platform is to be adopted. The Harlan convention will elect three members to serve on the state platform committee and some to other state committees. The District Presidential Convention will be held June 18, a day before the state presidential' meeting. Both will be in Des Moines. The state convention June 19 will pick 18 at-large delegates to go to the Republican presidential convention Aug. 16 to 19 in Kansas City, Mo. Each congressional district will select three delegates to the national convention. The state statutory convention will be held July 17 in Des Moines and will adopt a state platform. County conventions for nearby counties also will be Saturday. They will be held in the following locations: Audubon — County court house at 1:30 p.m. Calhoun — County court house at 2 p.m. Greene — County court house at 10 a.m. Guthrie — Guthrie Center Junior High School at 10 a.m. Sac — County court house at 7:30 p.m. Shelby — County court house at 2 p.m. Crawford — Denison American Legion Hall at 9:30 a.m. IN HONOR SOCIETY HALBUR — Dan Loeffelholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loeffelholz, Halbur, was voted by the faculty of Mt. Michael High School, Elk Horn, Neb., to become a member of the National Honor Society. To be a member, the student must have a "B" average and display character, leadership and service. Dan is on the deah's list with a 4.0 average. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered—. Thomas or Patricia A. Haley, Carroll, Pontiac; Norman K. or Janet Cretsinger, Coon Rapids, Jayco; Phil M. or Fay A. Kennebeck, Dedham, Holly Park; Rosemary Long, Carroll, Chevrolet; Thomas W. Hoffman, Carroll, Chevrolet; Wesley A. or Claudia J. Niles, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Arthur and Louise Johnson to Evelyn J. Carty, Lot 6 and Receiver is Named for Ida Loan Company By Iowa Daily Press Association DES MOINES — A receiver has been appointed for an industrial loan company at Ida Grove. Marshall Hunzelman, superintendent of the securities division of the state insurance department, said Michael Sexton of Sioux City has been named as receiver of the B and H Finance Company at Ida Grove. "The receiver is marshalling the assets of the company in an effort to determine how viable it is," Hunzelman said. The company, Hunzelman said, was accused of violating anti-fraud statues after selling approximately $16,000 in thrift certificates after an audit by the state auditor's office showed the company was insolvent. . The president of the company, Bruce C. Piper, has surrendered his industrial loan license to the state auditor's office. The company offices at Ida Grove have been closed pending a report by the receiver. Grant Ok'd by the DDC A $4,587 grant was approved Wednesday night by the Area 12 Developmental Disabilities Council (DDC), Bill Klein, DDC project director, reported. The grant is co-sponsored by the Carroll Developmental Center, the Howard Activity Center in Sac jj^fii^and the-Greene'County Sheltered Workshop in Jefferson. •. • The grant is the first step of a three-year .plan which will culminate in the operation of an area transportation system for the developmentally handicapped and sponsoring of two small group homes serving about 15 of these handicapped persons, Klein said. • Letter (Continued From Page 1) Stoffers surmises that the letter may have been lost behind a fixture at the Oceanside Post Office. A note from a postmaster, which read, "I have no explanation for the attached, except it is 20 years late" accompanied the letter when it was delivered to Stoffers' Vista address. Needless to say, the 20-year-old letter has been a conversation piece for the former Arcadia couple. Tuesday they took it to the Carroll County assessor's office where they were laughingly advised to frame it. The tax examiner probably gave up waiting for Stoffers to call at his office at the court house. Even that court house is gone. Twenty years is a long time. Personals Mrs. Marjorie Bock, site manager for Carroll, attended a workshop for site managers and cooks of area nutrition programs for the elderly at Iowa Central Community College at Fort Dodge Tuesday. part of Lot 7, Block 21, Second Addition, Glidden. Jasper Township School District to Raymond Huffman, part of southwest corner, Sec. 15, Twp. 85N, Range 33W. Marcellus and Felicitas Polking to Marcellus and Felicitas Polking, part of Sec. 10, Twp. 85N, Range 36W. Walter F. or Josephine I. Millenacker to The Greteman Agency, Inc., Lot 1, Block 1, Rolling Hills 'Addition, Carroll. Arthur H. Ricke to John M. and Virginia A. Carlin, part of Lot 2, Block 1, Albertson's First Addition, Breda. Stephen K. and Shirley M. Meggers to Jack W. Badding, Lot 2, Block 55, Fourth Addition, Carroll. Jerome J. and Beverly A. Rolfes, et al, to Promes Drainage, Inc., part of Lots' 1 and 2, Block 27, original town of Carroll. POLICE DEPARTMENT Improper Turn Charge— Vernon H. Grote, 1015 N. Court St., Carroll, was charged with making an improper left turn after an accident late Wednesday morning, Asst. Chief William Heller and Officer Romain Boes reported. The Grote pickup collided with a car driven by David J. Staiert, Route 3, Carroll, at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Boylan Avenue. Two-Car Accident- Carol E. Bonn, 1203 N. Main St., and Earl C. Hagerty, 1309 Quint Ave., both of Carroll, were drivers of cars which collided Wednesday afternoon at the Court-Fourth Street intersection, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Boes said. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday- Carolyn Reineke taken from Carroll Manor to St. Anthony Regional Hospital for illness. *». Award $3,071 in Damage Suit Robert J. Dentlinger was awarded $3,071 by a Carroll ( County District Court jury Wednesday night for damages and injuries caused in an automobile accident Jan. 27, 1974. The jury returned the verdict against,James A. Meehan at 9:07 p.m. after deliberating about five and a half hours, > • • The Dentlinger suit/which went to trial Tuesday, said Meehan did not have his vehicle under control,, did not keep a "proper lookout, followed too closely and drove at a greater speed'than would permit him to stop in an assured clear distance. Dentlinger asked for both actual and punitive damages for the accident which occurred on U.S. 30 in Carroll. Jury foreman was Charles Sides. Judge R.K. Richardson presided. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Wednesday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—77. Last year to date—61. Lions Seek to Organize Carroll Club A meeting to organize a Lions club in Carroll will be held^Tuesday at 7 p.m. in Tony's Restaurant. The announcement, made by District Governor Bob Mejia of Harlan, said the club would be for "civic-minded" men to perform community and individual service projects. It is for "any man of good character over 18," Mejia said. State and district officers will attend the Tuesday meeting to explain the Lions' goals. Any man interested may attend, Mejia said. The Lions have had clubs in Carroll previously. The local club will be sponsored by the Jefferson Lions Club.' Internationally, 1,230,000 men are members in 29,000 clubs. In Iowa, 16,000 persons are members in 358 clubs. In a letter to some Carroll men, Bernard M. Zinsli, Iowa secretary-treasurer of Lions, said, ' 'Service to the community on the local, national and international level is the basis of Lionism — with the emphasis on local needs." Action in 2 Area Cases Two state agencies have acted in two area cases, one involving the Clark Grain Co. at Maple River and the other a former Guthrie County deputy sheriff's appeal. Maurice Van Nostrand, Iowa State Commerce Commission, chairman, signed ah order Tuesday revoking the Clark Grain Co., Maple River, warehouse and grain dealer licenses. The order states, "Duane L. Clark, doing business as Clark Grain Co., shall immediately return all grain presently stored in open storage or under warehouse receipt to the depositor and tender all warehouse'receipts to the commission for cancellation..." The licenses were revoked because the IGF Insurance Co. canceled Clark's bonds, the order states. The commission suspended the warehouse license Jan. 22 for failure to file a replacement bond. Iowa law requires revocation of the dealer license if a replacement bond is not filed within 60 days of a notice of cancellation. The attorney general's office issued an opinion stating LeRoy Dunn, a former Guthrie County deputy sheriff, is not entitled to county funding to appeal his dismissal. Dunn, who was fired by Sheriff Lester L. Peterseh, has appealed to the Civil Service Commission and asked the county pay his legal fees. After a hearing in front of the Civil Service Commission, Dunn was suspended for 90 days without pay. Dunn's case is pending in the commission's appeal procedure. A second ruling by Asst. Atty.-Gen. Elizabeth A. Nolan said the county can pay attorney's fees for the sheriff. Two More Seek Offices Su Briefly Sue on P.O. Closings- WASHINGTON (AP) — Forty-four members of Congress sued the Postal Service today, asking for a court order against closing unprofitable, small post offices and saying the agency is carrying out "a massive assault on the country's small communities. The Postal Service says post offices are being closed only in communities where service would not be reduced. Rep. Paul Simon, D-I1I., leader of the group of 41 representatives and three senators who filed the 50-page lawsuit in U.S. District Court, said the action is being financed by several associations of postmasters. The Postal Service responded in a statement: "The congressmen by joining with the postmaster associations in effect endorse make-work or feather bedding, and their actions can only serve to damage the Postal Service's efforts to resolve its current financial crisis." • The agency said that some of those who voted against additional appropriations for the Postal Service last fall are now suing in an attempt "to hamper us in implementing the only remaining route available to us—cutting postal costs.'' Fears City Bankruptcies WASHINGTON (AP) — The nation's economic recovery may be ended by a series of bankruptcies by large cities later this year unless Washington provides more money, the mayor of one threatened city says. At hearings by the congressional Joint Economic Committee Wednesday, Mayor Coleman Young of Detroit said his city will face default after July 1, if some kind of financial aid is not forthcoming. "Philadelphia will not be far behind," Young said, "nor will Boston, San Francisco and some others." He said despite recent cuts of about 18 per cent of Detroit's payroll, the city faces a $44.3 million deficit at the end of this fiscal year June 30, and a potential $103 million gap next fiscal year. Young, whose city is plagued with rampant unemployment in part tied to a slowdown in the automobile industry, said that unless money comes, he may have to cut another 5,000 from his'reduced work force of 19,403. KILLED IN CRASH DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP) Kathy Harrison, 19, of Blue Grass was killed early Thursday in the collision of her pickup truck and a car at a Davenport street intersection. CORRECTION A picture regarding restoration of service on phone lines in Wednesday's Daily Times Herald incorrectly identified the two linemen! Bill Kennedy and Matt Gearhard are Chicago & North Western Transportation Co. employes who were working on railroad utility lines. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair tonight. Low generally low 30s. Increasing cloudiness and cooler Friday. High 40s north and 50s south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday Through Monday Turning much colder, little or no precipitation. Highs the 20s and 30s Saturday, teens or 20s Sunday and Monday. Lows the teens and 20s Saturday. SUNNY around zero northwest to ten above southeast by Monday The Weather In Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Markets Ttmei HcraU Newt ServtM AUDUBON — Two more candidates have taken out nomination papers to seek county offices in Audubon County. Mary Madsen, 19, of Audubon, will run for the Republican nomination for clerk of court. Sh.e is a freshman at Northwest Missouri State University. Another candidate for the Republican nomination is Mike Ruddy, 22, of Audubon, who is a student at Des Moines Area Community College. Deputy Clerk of Court Gladys Beck of Exira, is running for the Democratic nomination for clerk. James Parr, 37, an Audubon police officer, is seeking the Democratic nomination for sheriff. He has been on the Audubon police force three years, and is a veretan of 12 years in the Air Force. Incumbent .Sheriff Bill Shaw, a Republican, is seeking reelection. GRADUATES MANNING - Diane Yesterday's high.. 55 Rlesselman graduated Yesterday's low 35 Ef 06 " 1 ^ from Western Iowa 35 I. ech Community College, At 10a.m. today 43 Sioux City, and is presently .., xi. . \, . ' employed as Clerk Steno- WeatherAYearAgo- grapher II at City Hall in Temperatures in Carroll a Sioux cit she isthe daughter year ago today varied of Mr / and Mr? . A6ndy between 32 and 21 degrees. Riesselman, Manning. GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.38 Com, No. 2 yellow 2.45 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, N e b . (APMUSDA)— Livestock . quotations Thursday: Hogs: 4,300; barrows and gilts fairly active after slow start, 200-260 Ib steady, heavier weights steady to 50 lower; U.S. 1-3, 200-240 Ib 48.00-48.25, near 80 head 1-2, 48.50; sows 25 to mostly 50 lower; 350-600Ib43.5044.50. Cattle and calves: 500; all slaughter classes fairly active; scattered sales steers and heifers firm, but not enough to afford a good market test; cows firm to 50 higher; choice 1,000-1,150 Ib steers 37.50-38.00; choice 900-1,025 Ib heifers 36.25-37.25; utility and commercial cows 26.00-28.00; canner and cutter 20.00-26.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Thursday 50,000; actual receipts Wednesday 67,000; week ago 50,000; year ago 55,000. Butchers mostly 50 lower; trade rather slow; demand only fair; U.S. 1-3 200-230 IDS at Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market struggled ahead today, inching closer to the 1,000 level in the Dow Jones industrial average. The Dow average of 30 blue chips was up 1.65 at 996.22 at noon, and gainers maintained about a 3-2 lead over losers among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. . The Dow climbed into the 990s Tuesday morning, and has been wavering around 995 since then. Analysts said it might have picked up a little upward impetus today from expectations of a favorable showing by the January index of leading economic indicators, due to be issued by the government Friday morning. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP)-Grain futures prices were irregular on the Chicago Board of Trade today in mixed but somewhat nervous dealings. Prices opened on an irregular tone with the usual flurry of active trade. Minutes later, however, a selloff set in and prices moved somewhat lower. IBP REPORT DAKOTA CITY, Neb. (AP) — Iowa Beef Processors Inc. recorded sales of $493,224.000 for the first quarter of 1976, with net earnings of $5.514.000. or $1.80 per share. President J. Fred Haigler announced Wednesday. country points 46.00-46.50; plants 46.50-47.00; few at plants 47.50; sows weak to 50 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.7541.50, few 39.25. Sheep: Estimated receipts Thursday 1,100; slaughter lambs steady to 1.00 higher Wednesday; choice and prime 90-110 Ib shorn mostly No. 1 pelts 49.00-50.50; most choice wooled 90-110 Ibs 49.00. Daily Grain > DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa fanners at the close of business Wednesday. 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 4.30-4.43 N. Central 2.41-2.47 4.40-4.46 Northeast 2.40-3.54 4.42*1.57 Southwest 2.37-2.43 4.30-4.43 S. Central 2.40-2.48 4.4IM.49 Southeast 2.46-2.58 4.50-4.63 63 Attend Meeting of County Unit GLIDDEN — Sixty-three members of the Carroll County American Legion assembled at the Glidden city hall for their monthly meeting. All units in the county were represented except Coon Rapids, with Dedham having the largest delegation. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Vernon Noelck of the Arcadia unit, Mrs. William Badding, Arcadia, presented the nominating committee's partial slate of officers for the coming year. Nominees were Mrs. Noelck, president, and Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman, .also of Arcadia, secretary-treasurer. A nominee for vice president will be named later. Dates of several coming events were announced including the next County Auxiliary meeting at Dedham March 17; the Junior Conference at Fonda March 27; the 8th District Spring Conference April 4 at West Bend; and Girls' SJate June 5-10. The program consisted of slides of-Germany, shown by Mrs. Elizabeth Thede, and a presentation of flags of America by Mrs. Mary Clausen and Mrs. Elmer Peters. Participating in opening ceremonies were Mrs. Elby Davidson and Mrs. Robert Garlock, color bearers; Mrs. Thede, chaplain; and Mrs/William Dunn, pianist. Mrs. Tony Miller of Breda was awarded the door prize. The Glidden unit used a patriotic theme in serving lunch at the close of the meeting.

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