Deaths, Funerals | SR. REDEMPTA KINGFIELD Word has been received here of the death of Sr. Redempta (Mary Virginia) Kingfield, F.S.P.A., Feb. 20 at LaCrosse, Wis. She formerly taught in this area. The funeral mass was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the St. Rose Convent Chapel in LaCrosse, with burial in LaCrosse. Sr. Redempta, 90, was in the 60th year of her religious profession. Her teaching assignments in this area included Carroll St. Joseph, Breda, Halbur, Maple River and Carroll Holy Spirit. She retired to Villa St. Joseph, LaCrosse, in 1970. She is survived by a brother, W.C. Kingfield of Sac City. ROY C. CHILDS SCRANTON — Roy Clarence Childs, 89, of Scranton died Friday morning, Feb. 27, at the Greene County Medical Center in Scranton. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of Christ here, with Elder Jim Kuryluk of the Church of God, Seventh Day, of Marion officiating. Burial will be in the Scranton Cemetery. Friends may call after 5'p.m. Monday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton. Mr. Childs, a retired farmer, was born April 7,1886, in Jewell County, Kan., a son of William and Jane Horn Childs. The greater part of his life was spent in Pierson, Fla., where his marriage to the former Myrtie Whitehall took place Feb. 28, 1961. For more than 40 years Mr. Childs was a fern grower in Florida, shipping ferns throughout the eastern United States. He was a member of the Church of God, Seventh Day. Survivors include his wife; a son, Clarence of Ponce de Leon, Fla.; three grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; and three stepsons, Driscoll Price of Pierson, Andrew Price of Jacksonville, Fla., and Fleming Price of Deland, Fla. Two brothers and three sisters preceded him in death. MARTHA SCHULTE Martha Schulte, 77, of Carroll died at 8:30 a.m. Friday, Feb. 27, at the Carroll Manor nursing home, where she had resided since last September. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Lawrence Church by the Rev. Dale Reiff. Interment will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery at Breda. Friends may call after 2 p.m. Sunday at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll, where the rosary will be recited at 3 p.m. and at 8 by parishioners, also on Sunday. Miss Schulte was born at Breda March 22, 1898, a daughter of Albert Sr. and Elizabeth Schettler Schulte. She lived at Breda until retiring and moving to Carroll in 1953, residing with her brothers, the late Bernard and Albert Schulte, at 1344 Highland Drive. She continued IN MEMORY OF I Elizabeth Demoss) Glidden - Ag« 69 Funeral Service! 10:30 a.m. Saturday al Dahn ft Woodhoui* Funeral Home in Clidden | Officiating Rev. H. Wallace Kinzler of the United Methoditt Church of Glidden DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES IN MEMORY OF Roy C. Childs Scranton — Age 89 Funeral Services 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Church of Christ In Scranton Officiating __ Elder Jim Kuryluk of the Church of God, Seventh Day Casket will be moved to the Church at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday to lie in state Interment Scranton Cemetery Friends may call at the Dahn « Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton after 5 p.m. Monday DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES to live there after the deaths of her brothers. She was a member of St. Lawrence Church and Ladies Guild. Surviving are several nieces and nephews in this area. Miss Schulte was preceded in death by three brothers and four sisters. MRS. MINNIE JUELS MANNING — Mrs. Minnie Juels, 89, of Manning died early Friday morning, Feb. 27, at Manning General Hospital. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Sunday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with burial in the Manning Cemetery. The Rev. Donald Jones, minister of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Saturday. Mrs. Juels, daughter of Herman F. and Dora Stuhr Petersen, was born April 5, 1887, near Chamberlain, S.D., and attended rural school there. She married Albert. Juels Feb. 10, 1915, and they farmed in the Manning area until moving into Manning. Since her husband's death Nov. 4, 1975, she lived in the Terrace Apartments here. Five children survive, including Mrs. Ed (Hazel) Gruhn of Mesa, Ariz.; Arnold and Harold of Manning; Mrs. Anthony (Viola) Carollo of Denver, Colo.; and Mrs. John (Edna Mae) Madson of Claremont, Calif. Sixteen grandchildren and nine great-grandchildren also survive. Mrs. Juels was preceded in death by a brother and two sisters in addition to her husband. RICHARD M. BROWN LOHRVILLE — Richard M. Brown, 65, of Lohrville, funeral director in this area since 1964, died Thursday , afternoon, Feb. 26, at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City. Services will be held at 8 p.m. Friday at the Brown Funeral Home in Churdan. The casket will then be brought to the Lohrville Funeral Home, for visitation Saturday and Saturday evening. There will be services at 2 p.m. Sunday at the United Methodist Church in Lohrville, after which the casket will be taken to Batavia for 2 p.m. services Monday at the United Methodist Church. Burial will be in the Batavia Cemetery. Mr. Brown was born at Batavia Dec. 20, 1910, and received his early education in Batavia schools, graduating from Agency High School. In 1938 he graduated from the Hohenschuh Carpenter College of Mortuary Science, St. Louis, Mo. Following his marriage to Verda Kelly, they lived in various communities and in 1964 the family moved from Superior, Neb., to Lohrville, where he purchased the funeral business of the late Frank Bowles. Later Mr. Brown opened branch funeral homes in Farnhamville and Churdan. In September, 1974, with his son, Stephen, he opened a funeral chapel at Paton. He held funeral director and embalmer's licenses in both Iowa and Nebraska. Mr. Brown was a member of the United Methodist Church, serving as lay leader and in other capacities. He belonged to Necoda Lodge No. 597, A.F. & A.M. and to I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 469, of which he was a past noble grand, both at Lohrville. He also was a member of the Farnhamville Lion's Club, Churdan Businessmen's Club, Lohrville Commercial Club, National and Iowa Railway IMIMMMMIIIIttllMlltlltMlttlMIIIMIItMMIfll Tim*> Herald, Carroll, la. f\ Friday, F*b. 17, 1976 M. tlllttlllllttttt***ll*l«IMtlltlttlllttMMII***tl*M Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.40 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA) — Livestock quotations Friday: Hogs: 3,000; barrows and gilts fairly active, 25-50 higher; U.S. 1-2, 190-240 Ib 48.50-49.00; 1-3, 190-240 Ib 48.00-48.50; sows steady to 50 lower; 350-660Ib43.50-43.70. Cattle and calves: 1,500; supply mainly feeder cattle for auction sale; not enough sales in any slaughter class to establish a trade. Sheep: none. Estimated receipts Monday: Cattle and calves 6,500; hogs 3,500; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 40,000; actual receipts Thursday 51,000; week ago 38,000; year ago 37,000. Butchers mostly 50 higher; trade rather slow; demand fairly good; U.S. 1-3200-230 Ibs at country points 46.75-47.00, plants 47.00-47.50; few in country 46.25, plants 48.00; sows steady, instances 50 higher, U. S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.75-41.50, few 42.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Friday 700; shorn lambs 50-1.00 higher Thursday, choice and prime 90-110 Ibs mostly No. 1 pelts 50.00-51.00; wooled lambs steady, choice 90-110 Ibs 47.0(M9.00. Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at .the close of business Thursday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.35-2.46 4.28-4.41 N. Central 2.42-2.46 4.39-4.44 Northeast 2.40:2.54 4.41-4.55 Southwest 2.37-2.43 4.404.41 S. Central 2.41-2.48 4.39-4.47 Southeast 2.27-2.57 4.48-4.62 Daily Record Martha Schulte Carroll — Ag* 77 Friends may call al tht " Sharp Funeral Ham*, Carroll aftor 2 p.m. Sunday Rotary: 3 p.m. Sunday • p.m. Sunday by Ih* parith Mau of Iho Raturroclion: 10:30 Monday at St. lawranc* Church Officiating: Father Dal* Roiff Interment: St. ••rnard'i C*m*t*ry lr*da, Iowa SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 y*an Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Profit taking and uneasiness over interest rate prospects added up to another minus for the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was off 4.02 at 974.81 on top of Thursday's 15.74-point setback. Losers outnumbered gainers by about a 41 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Brokers noted disappointment at the Dow's failure to reach 1,000 despite several tries over the past three trading days. In addition, there was some speculation that interest rates might be heading into an uptrend. Weekly statistics issued by the Federal Reserve after Thursday's close showed a rise in the money supply that some feared might prompt the Fed to tighten its credit policy. American Motors was the most active Big Board issue, down % at 6'/ 2 . A 72,700-share block traded at 6%. Historical Societies and of the Iowa and National Funeral Directors and Embalmers Associations. Surviving with his wife area daughter, Mrs. Carolyn Jean Brockway of Pella; three sons, Gary of Omaha, Neb., Stephen of Lohrville and Reginald of Kirksville, Mo.; five grandchildren; a brother, Ralph Brown of Mineola, Tex.; and three sisters, Mrs. Pearl Gesme of Tipton, Mrs. Jessie Hehmeyer of Agency and Mrs. Mildred Horridge of Haines, Alaska. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Thomas Simons, Carroll, Hale; Harry or Marcella Stangl, Carroll, Ford. Real Estate Tranters— Thomas J. Hessler to Flossie M. Kruger, part of First Federal Seeks Branch at Coon Rapids First Federal Savings and Loan of Carroll has applied to federal authorities to open a branch office in Coon Rapids. The application, sent to the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines, states that the Carroll-based savings and loan wants to open a branch at the corner of Fifth and Main Streets in Coon Rapids. It has branches in Lake City and Manning. First Federal President Robert McKone said the application would take a year or a "much shorter" time-to be approved or rejected. The Home Loan Bank will take letters (four copies must be sent) of reasons why the application should be accepted or rejected for 10 days. Letters should be addressed to the supervisory agent at the Federal Home Loan Bank of Des Moines. Venue Change for Peterson May Be -Asked FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP) — Defense attorney Lawrence Scalise of Des Moines may seek another change of venue in the Michael Peterson manslaughter trial. Scalise said Thursday he will decide within 10 days before another trial date is set. Petersen, 23, of Storm Lake, is charged with manslaughter in the October, 1971, strangulation of his fiancee, Jeanine 'Marie Christensen, 18, in her Storm Lake apartment. He was originally tried for murder in 1972 and was convicted in Palo Alto County District Court of manslaughter. But the Iowa Supreme Court struck down that verdict because Peterson's rights had been violated and ordered another trial. The second trial, in Webster County District Court here on a ,'change of venue, was in its sixth day when Judge Russell Hill declared a mistrial because of telephone calls made to five jury members. Those weekend callers allegedly said, "Peterson was guilty." Hearing on School Suit A hearing in the Coon Rapids school construction court case has been set for Thursday at 9 a.m. in the Carroll County courtroom. A group of 53 Coon Rapids Community School District residents have asked the work on building a junior-senior high school be stopped. But the district, represented by Audubon Attorney James. M. Richardson, this week asked the court to dismiss the case because the election irregularities the 53 residents listed in their suit are the responsibility of the county commissioner of elections, not the board of education. Most of the list of 16 reasons that the Jan. 19 school bond election should be voided were election irregularities, according to a suit filed Feb. 18. The suit asks that the election results be thrown out because of these alleged irregularities. Thursday's hearing will concern both the motion to dismiss and will investigate the "sufficiency of bond" that Richardson required before he would grant a temporary injunction halting work on the school. That bond is $5,000. E'/fe, Sec. 39, Twp. 83N, Range 34W. Robert S. and Edith C. Twogood to Michael L. and Cynthia M. Hanlon, Lot 4 and part of Lot 5, Block 5, Lanesboro. Edna A. Hiatt to Gemma Sonderman, Lot 2 of Subdiv. of Lots 3, 4 and part of Lot 5, Block 21, Auditor's subdiv. of Outlot A and part of Outlet 1, Manning. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Tavern Break-in— Mike and Doug's Tavern in Glidden was broken into sometime Thursday night or early Friday morning, Sheriff John G. Longnecker and Deputy Ronald Cleveland reported. Twlve packs of beer, some cigarettes, candy bars and an undetermined amount of change were taken, Longnecker said. Entry was gained by breaking out an alley window. Tape Player Theft— A tape player belonging to Randy Hackett was taken from the Carroll Lanes parking lot Thursday night, he reported to the communications center. Its value is $150, he said. FIRE DEPARTMENT Explosion at Laundromat— An explosion at the Cash and Carry Cleaners and Laundromat caused an undetermined amount of damage late Thursday,night. Firemen quickly extinguished a small fire in some clothing, but most of the damage was caused by the explosion itself. Windows were blown out of the laundromat section of the building and machines, a door and the ceiling were damaged. The front wall also was cracked. Although the laundromat is out of service for a while, the cleaners is still operating according to owner Jack Kasperbauer. The fire was caused by placing gasoline-soaked clothes in a machine, Fire Chief Kenneth Schwarzenbach said. No one was injured. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions February 23— Mrs. Clara Walkup, Glidden Norbert Rotert, Halbur Anthony Cadwallader, Coon Rapids Mrs. Forence Witt, Carroll Donald Davis, Glidden Admissions February 24— Raymond Peter, Lanesboro Mrs. Hanna Cannon, Brayton Walter Heuton, Glidden Mrs. Paul Adams, Carroll' Mrs. Laverne Royer, Coon Rapids Ray Belt Sr., Wall Lake Beth Henrich, Carroll Brian Berg. Westside Admissions February 25— Mrs. Floyd Gray, Lake View Michael Deeth, Coon Rapids Mrs. Bernadine Willeke, Carroll Daniel Kemper, Templeton Prisoners Say Vigilante Units Are Formed FORT MADISON, Iowa (AP) — Prisoners at the Iowa State Penitentiary here say they have formed vigilante groups to protect themselves from other inmates. "Most inmates here are tired of waiting for the administration to run their prison," an inmate said in a letter, to a Des Moines newspaper. The prisoner said that after Sunday's violence at the prison in which six inmates were hospitalized, "a vigilantes' committee was formed." Assistant Warden Paul Hedgepeth said he is not aware of any vigilante group in the prison, although he admitted ' 'such a group could exist. "If these same people forming vigilante groups would come forward in mass with information we know they probably have, then we would have a better chance of getting things done," said Hedgepeth. Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation agents are investigating the events of last Sunday, said Hedgepeth. Two prisoners were stabbed and four received head and body injuries. Hedgepeth said two of the wounded inmates — Steven White and George Woods Jr. — were still hospitalized Thursday at University Hospitals. The other four have been treated and released. "There are gangs in prison," the inmate wrote. "The gangs are made up of individuals who prey upon the young Anamosa transfers and generally weak inmates who are loners. "It is bad enough doing time in this state, but to live in a stringent fear is asking too- much," he said. Hedgepeth admitted that some prisoners forcefully take things away from other prisoners — "cigarettes, radios, whatever is worth taking. "The strong prey on the weak." Innocent Plea to Child Stealing DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Michael White, 21, of Ankeny, has pleaded innocent before Polk County District Judge James Denato to a charge of child stealing. White is accused of abducting a 10-year-old girl last Jan. 6 as she left a Des Moines elementary school. White is free on $25,000 surety bond. Trial was set Thursday for April 7. traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Thursday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—80. Last year to date—65. Briefly Theater ACROSS 47 Substitute 1 Theater actor 6 Performers 50 Muse of 12 Apertures astronomy 13 City in Ontario 53 Set afire 14 Bird claws 54 Memorable 15 Comely details 16 Thoroughfares 55 Depart 18 Greek letter 56 Is aware 19 Biblical Persian 20 Exactly suited 22 Vivid hue 25 Ancient name of Tokyo 26 Noted actor 28 Celtic country 29 Anger 30 Bengali writer 32 Agent 35 Modern language (ab.; 36 Australian birds 8 Waste 37 Actor's part allowance 39 Europe (ab.) 42 Armed conflict 43 Plant fluid 44 Girl's name 45 Confidential information Answer to Previous Puzzle 57 Roman chariot DOWN 1 Cut off closely 2 City in Spain 3 Without company 4 Kneelike part 5 Being (Latin) 6 Snake 7 Proofreading mark 9 Canadian* province 10 Scratch (Scot.) 11 Utter 14 Subdue' 17 Watering place 21 Soviet cooperative 23 Go astray 24 English river 26 Theatrical abbreviation 27 The earth 28 Ovum 29 Possessive pronoun 31 Chemical suffix 32 Small in number 33 Medical group (ab.) 34 Stage item 38 Roman goddess of harvest 39 Herb 40 Coalesced 41 Chateaubriand hero 43 Malevolence 44 Coins of India 46 Hostelries • 48 Piece of ceramic 49 Periods of time 50 Times of success (coll.) 51 Caviar 52 Beast of burden The Weather IOWA FORECAST Cloudy and colder north tonight. Increasing cloudiness south. Low upper 20s north, mid 30s south. Cloudy and colder over the state Saturday. High 30s north, around 50 extreme south. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday Through Tuesday Chance some rain or snow, COLDER colder. Highs mostly the 30s. lows the upper teens and 20s, The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 60 Yesterday's low 31 At7a.m. today 39 At 10 a.m. today .....52 Weather A Year Ago— The mercury reached a high of 38 and low of 16 degrees in Carroll a year ago today. Demos Aim at Carter BOSTON (AP) — Campaigning Democrats are taking aim at newly anointed frontrunner Jimmy Carter as they battle for position in the crowded Massachusetts presidential primary. But Alabama Gov. George C. Wallace looms as a formidable figure, too, in the final days of the campaign for the second polling place contest of the vcsr. It is the first to match all comers and the first in which the Democrats hold center stage, with President Ford and challenger Ronald Reagan waiting a week for their next primary confrontation in Florida on MarchQ. i ' Carter, out front on the strength of his Tuesday victory in the leadoff New Hampshire primary, was to campaign in Boston and eastern Massachusetts today, in hopes of making it two in a row. Carter won New Hampshire with 30 per cent of the vote. But next Tuesday, he'll "be facing Wallace and Sen. Henry M. Jackson of Washington, a combination that will cut into the conservative and centrist Democratic vote that buoyed him in New Hampshire. Jackson and Wallace bypassed that primary. Aid Cutback by House WASHINGTON (AP) — A House subcommittee cut $55 million from U.S. contributions to a lending program for poor nations because the money is not- used wisely and the United States cannot afford it, the panel chairman says. Officials of the World Bank-and the U.S. Treasury Department said the action could jeopardize the program. The World Bank has used such contributions since 1960 to finance projects in education, agriculture, transportation and industry in the world's poorest nations. The cut was made in a closed session last week by the subcommittee on foreign operations of the House Appropriations Committee. The cut was confirmed Thursday by the panel's chairman, Rep. Otto Passman, D-La. Bank Regulators WASHINGTON (AP) — Congress is confronting federal banking 1 regulators with demands for confidential data on big banks and their borrowers as part of investigations designed to evaluate the regulatory agencies. Most requests for information so far have been resisted by the regulators, who claim in some cases they are bound by law not to release the material and in other cases that it would be damaging to the banks if the data were made public. At least two House panels are prepared to subpoena the data. At the same time, legislation to consolidate bank regulatory functions in a single agency is being pushed by Democrats,on the House Banking Committee. The widespread congressional activity is in reaction to growing evidence that some banks and savings and loans got into trouble during the recent deep recession. Mail Openings WASHINGTON (AP) —While President Ford wants to expand the government's authority to open mail, legislation is being drafted in Congress to limit use of a companion tool, the surveillance of the outside of an envelope. Rep. Charles H. Wilson, D-Calif., chairman of the House postal facilities subcommittee, has ordered the panel's staff to draw up a bill tightening legal restrictions on such surveillance, known as a mail cover. Such a procedure involves noting information on the outside of an envelope without opening it. Mail covers now can be undertaken by the Postal Service on written request of a law enforcement agency. This procedure also allows opening of second, third and fourth class mail. Klan Killing to Grand Jury MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Willie Edwards Jr., picked up by a bunch of Ku Klux Klansmen in a case of mistaken identity, sobbed as he pleaded for his life. But the Klansmen only laughed as they forced the 25-year-old black man to jump to his death in the Alabama River. That's the story now being told about what happened 19 years ago, in the days of forced integration of Montgomery buses. Montgomery County Judge Sam Taylor ordered the case to a grand jury Thursday after a preliminary hearing, during which a state investigator testified that one of three men charged in the case told him he was present when the victim was forced to leap "crying, sobbing" off a bridge into the river. Another witness, who said that he had been granted, immunity by the state, told the court he was with the three accused when Edwards was ordered at gunpoint to jump into the water. The date was Jan. 23,1957, he said. Reagan Strong in Fifth GREENFIELD, Iowa (AP) — A sampling of county chairmen shows that Ronald Reagan holds an edge among potential Republican National Convention Delegates in the 5th Congressional District in southwest Iowa. District Committeewoman Mrs. Marjorie Askew of Thurman, said GOP chairmen in 17 of the districts' 25 counties reported at a meeting here that Reagan was ahead among delegates at precinct caucuses. Iowa Republicans will hold conventions in all 99 counties Saturday to select delegates to district and state' conventions in June and to present platform ideas. Delegates to county conventions were chosen at precinct caucuses in January. It was those precinct participants whose preferences were listed in reports at the Greenfield meeting. Pottawattamie County Chairman Larry Allen Jr. of Council Bluffs said although the delegates expressed their preferences, they do not have to be firmly committed to either of the candidates..
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