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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals | Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, March 15, 1976 FLOYD FRANCIS Floyd Francis, 85, of 804 Buck St., Hollandale, Fla., 33009, died at Hollandale Saturday, March 13. He was a former Carroll businessman. Surviving are his wife, Lorraine, and daughter, Jane, both of Hollandale. CAROLINE REINEKE Mass of the resurrection for Caroline (Lena) Reineke, 89, of Carroll was celebrated at 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Pallbearers were Louis Brincks, Henry Reineke, Bill Reineke, Bill Koester, Joe Simons and Bernard Weber. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Miss Reineke died March 10 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a lingering illness. GEORGE C.NOYES AUBURN — George Clare Noyes, 72, of Auburn died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll Sunday morning, March 14. For the last three years he had resided at the Carroll Manor nursing home in Car roll. Services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Monday. The Rev. Donald Gibson will officiate. Burial will be here in Oaklawn Cemetery, with military honors by the American Legion post No. 284 of Auburn. Mr. Noyes, son of Angel and Minnie Sinclare Noyes, was born at Fonda Nov. 11, 1903, and came to Auburn from Omaha about 20 years ago. He had been engaged in various occupations including shoe repairing. He served in the U.S. Army during World War II. He was a member of the Presbyterian Church at Auburn. A sister, Mrs. Florence Schatzle of Crystal City, Mo., survives. MRS. LIZZIE SIMMONS SCRANTON — Mrs. Lizzie Johnson Simmons, 81, of Ozark, Ala., died at Dothan Hospital, Dothan, Ala., March 12 after a brief illness. She was a former Scranton resident. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton, with burial in the Scranton Cemetery. The ' Rev. Dan King, pastor of the Church of Christ, will officiate. Friends may call at the funeral home after 1 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Simmons was bom in Carroll County July 7, 1984, a daughter of Gustan and Lena Nelsoq Johnson. Surviving are a daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Fulton of Ozark; five grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; and a sister, Mrs. Mary Nicholson of Scranton. GERALD BRISTOL Gerald Bristol, 47, of 820 N. Carroll St., was dead of a heart ailment upon arrival at St. Anthony Regional Hospital at 4 a.m. Monday, March 15. He was a contract mail carrier. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesay at the Sharp Funeral Home, where friends may call from 2 p.m. Tuesday until the time of the rites. The Rev. Ernest Larson, minister of the First United Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Carroll City Cemetery. Mr. Bristol, son of Lloyd and Cecil Bristol, was born July 14, 1928, at Redline and spent his youth in that vicinity. He married Mildred Josephine Schramm at Ozark, Ala., in June, 1951, while he was in service. He served in the Korean War from 1950 to 1952. After his discharge they made their home at Audubon, where Mr. Bristol was in trucking and construction work. Mrs. Bristol died Feb. 10,1960. On Nov. 30, 1960, he married Eileen Simpson at Shawnee, Okla.. and they lived at Council Bluffs and Minden before coming to Carroll in 1962. Surviving with his wife, Eileen are four children, Mrs. James (Fay) Sommers, Larry, Allen and Cindy Bristol, all of Lincoln, Neb.; three stepchildren, John Simpson of Marshalltown, David Simpson of Manchester and Mike Simpson of Cedar Rapids; nine grandchildren and a brother, Wilfred Bristol of Council Bluffs. FRANK EISCHEID HALBUR — Funeral .rites for Frank Eischeid, 78, of Halbur were held here Saturday afternoon. The Rev. Leo Riesberg was principal celebrant of the 1:30 p.m. mass of the resurrection at St. Augustine Church. Con-celebrants were the Revs. Darrell Rupiper of Omaha, Neb., and Marvin Boes of Sioux City. Frank Testroet was lector. Mass servers were grandsons, James, Frank and Kenneth Eischeid. Gift bearers, also grandchildren, were David Ausman, Keith Eischeid and Elizabeth Eischeid. Henry Eischeid, Ted Eischeid, Henry Potthoff, John Rotert, Lester Heinen and Joseph Bluml were honorary pallbearers. Active pallbearers were Mr. Eischeid'-s six sons, Walter, Clarence, Norbert, Dennis, Ronald and Gary Eischeid. Burial was in the parish cemetery, with Fr. Riesberg conducting committal rites. The Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the ; funeral from Buena Park, Calif.; Chattanooga, Cleveland and Lookout Mountain, Tenn.; Cambridge, Ohio; Sagamore, Mass.; Omaha and Elgin, Neb.; and Downers Grove, III.; and the following Iowa towns: Breda, Fort Dodge, Carroll, Manning, Coon Rapids, Templeton, Glldden, Dedham, Roselle, Sioux City, Arcadia, Audubon, Manilla, Dunlap, Dow City and Halbur. In the Omaha group were Tom Skutt, executive vice president and secretary, and Bernie Eichler, vice president, of Mutual of Omaha. Representing United of Omaha were Robert Taylor and Jack Brownrigg, executive vice presidents, and Mrs. Brownrigg; EdLaughlin and John Mclntosh, vice presidents, and their wives. Mr. Eischeid, lifelong resident of Halbur, died at his home March 11. MRS.EMILSTEEN Times Herald News Service MANNING — Mrs. Emil Steen, 76, of Manning died Friday, March 12, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning. The Rev. Joel Wright, minister of the Presbyterian Church, officiated. Mrs. Judy Joens was vocal soloist and Mrs. Bonita Hagedorn, organist. Pallbearers were Herb Hass, Eddie Fischer, Wesley Nulle, Ernest Ehlers, Robert Kruse and Marvin Pfannkuch. Burial was in the Manning Cemetery. Mrs. Steen, the former Malinda Nulle, was born in Crawford County Oct. 31,1899, a daughter of William and Anna Hass Nulle. She attended rural school near her home. Her marriage to Mr. Steen took place Jan. 28,1920, and they farmed southwest of Manning until retiring and moving into Manning 30 years ago. She was a member of the Busy Thimbles of the Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Steen is survived by her husband'; a brother, Alfred Nulle of Manning; nieces, nephews and cousins including Glenn Hass of Washington state. Gerald Bristol Carroll - Ago 47 Friend* may call al the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, after 2 p.m. Tuetday Funeral Services 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Sharp Funeral Home Officiating: lav. Ernest Larson of the United Methodist Church Interment: Carroll City Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa . Serving Carroll far 33 years Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.33 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats ....'. 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA) — Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 4,200; barrows and gilts fairly active, fully 1.00 higher, some sales 1.25-1.50 higher; U.S. 1-3, 195-240 Ib 47.50-48.00; sows mostly 1.00 higher; 325-600 Ib 42.50-43.00. Cattle and calves: 5,300; slaughter steers and heifers moderately active, load lots qualified for Canadian shipment steady, others weak to 25 lower, instances 50 off; cows weak to 1.00 lower; few loads choice 1,075-1,225 Ib steers for Canadian shipment 36.50-37.00; load choice with end-prime 1,202 Ib 36.50; bulk choice 975-1,250 Ib 35.00-36.50, a load 1,195 Ib 36.75; 2 loads choice 975-1,272 Ib heifers 35.25-35.50; 3 loads choice with end-prime 950-975 Ib 35.00; choice 875-1,025 Ib 34.00-35.00; utility and commercial cows 26.50-29.00, a few 29.50-30.00 early; canner and cutter 20.00-26.50. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) — Iowa Southern-Minnesota Direct Hogs: estimated receipts Monday 75,000; Friday actual" 38,000; Saturday actual 18,000; week ago 90,000; year ago 90,000. Butchers 50-75 higher, trade fairly active, demand good. U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib, some 240 Ib, at country points 45.25-45.75; in packing plants 45.50-46.00; few country 45.00; few plants 46.00; sows 25-50 higher, 270-330 Ib 38.75-41.00. IN MEMORY OF I Lizzie J.Simmons | Oiark, Alabama — Age 81 (Formerly of Scranton)" Funeral Servicet 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at I the Dahn and Woodhouie | Funeral Home, Scranton Officiating Rev. Dan King of the Church of Chritt Interment Scranton Cemetery Friends may call at | the Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton, after 6 p.m. Tuesday DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Champ's Coat -Staff Photo Louis (Bad) McCrea receives the "state champion coach's" coat from E. Wayne Cooley for the second straight year after his Lake View-Auburn club dumped Manilla 60-50 Saturday night in Des Moines. Cooley, executive secretary of the Iowa Girls' High School Athletic Union, annually gives the bright red coat to the coach of the team who wins the state girls' basketball championship. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Joseph A. or Sue A. Thraen, Carroll, Buick; Robert M. or Helen J. McElroy, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Edith A. Conklin, Templeton, Dodge; Michael J. Maystadt Jr., Carroll, Cadillac; Bierl Construction Co., Carroll, Ford; Rotert Construction Co., Halbur, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— ., r John A. and Annabelle Eich to Leon and Bertilla C. Anderson, Lots 9 and 10, Block 4, Arcadia. LeRoy and Olga Reinart to Stephen Reinart, SE'/4, Sec. 16,Twp.85N,Range33W. > Ernest J. and Margaret L. Feld et al, to Vernis and Wanda Juergens, Part of W'ANW'A, Sec. 21, Twp. 84 N, Range 34 W. Estate of Elanor Borgmeyer to Vernis and Wanda Juergens, Part of WVzNW'/i, Sec. 21, Twp. 84 N, Range 34 W. Commercial Savings Bank of Carroll to Vernice G. Halbur, Part of Lot 3, Irr. Surv. NEV4NEV4, Sec. 23, Twp. 84 N, Range 33 W. Marian Golwitzer to Central Holding Co., Part of Sec. 3, Twp. 84 N, Range 33 W. DISTRICT COURT Olson Sentenced— Donald J. Olson, Lake View, was sentenced Friday to 30 days in jail for not paying a $300 fine. However, District Court Judge James C. Smith, Carroll, suspended 26 days of the sentence if Olson pays the fine and court costs. Costs amounted to $62.50 for the original case and more will be added due to the latest action. Olson pleaded guilty Nov. 3 to operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. MAGISTRATE COURT Charge Juvenile— A Des Moines juvenile was charged with possession of a controlled substance, marijuana, Saturday by Carroll Police Officers William Croghan and Larry Peters. 15-Day Sentence— David C. Davis, Coon Rapids, pleaded guilty to possession of stolen goods in Magistrate Court and was sentenced to 15 days in jail by Magistrate Raymond Snook. He will serve the time in one seven-day stretch and during four weekends. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Skids on Ice— A car driven by Monty L. Rohrbeck, Route 2, Glidden, slid on a patch of ice and went into a ditch a mile and a half south of Glidden on Carroll County N-44 Friday night, Deputy Ronald Cleveland reported. POLICE DEPARTMENT Vehicle Accidents- Cars driven by Delores M. OTool, 2105 N. Main St., and Lawrence Grossman, Route 1, both of Carroll, collided Saturday morning at the: U . S . -Adams Street intersection, Officer Norbert Kaspersen said. A pickup truck driven by Robert P. Adams, 113 N. Olive St., Lake City, skidded on some ice and flipped over into a ditch on U.S. 71 near 15th Street Friday evening, according to Officers Phil Squibb and. Zene Smith. , Adams,'-54, was taken to St. Anthony Regional Hospital .by 'ambulance, whereihe was dismissed Saturday. A car driven by Michael J. Seidl, Route 2, Coon Rapids, struck a parked car owned by Victor Wittrock, Halbur, Friday night when the street was icy, Squibb and Smith reported. The accident occurred on Carroll Street near Eighth Street, the officers said. A car driven by Vernon L. Smith, 114 S. Court St., Carroll, skidded on some slush and hit a utility pole Friday afternoon, Kaspersen and Officer Romain Boes said. Cars driven by Louis Tiefenthaler, 1108 N. West St., and Tami R. Marquardt, 506 W. 16th St., both of Carroll, collided on North West Street near Eighth Street, with the Marquardt car skidding into a parked car owned by Dale J. Behrens, Route 3, Carroll, Kaspersen, Boes and Smith said. The accident happened late Friday afternoon. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Saturday— Tom O'Connell taken from the Carroll Health Center to St. Anthony Hospital. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. LeRoy Roweder, Wall Lake, a daughter, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wessling, Arcadia, a daughter, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Venteicher, Carroll, a son, Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Currington, Carroll, a son, Sunday. Kiwanis Head to Speak at , Harlan, Mar. 22 Ted R. Osborn, Lexington, Ky., president of Kiwanis International, will be in Harlan on Monday, Mar. 22, 1976 to make his official visit to the Nebraska-Iowa District of Kiwanis. Osborn, who will be accompanied by his Kween, Delia, will speak at a 6:30 p.m. dinner in the Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Harlan. The host club for the event,is the Kiwanis Club of Harlan. Area Persons May, Borrow Books by Mail SIOUX CITY - More than 775 requests for paperback books were received by the Mail-A-Book program in February, according to the Northwest Regional Library System, Sioux City. Mail-A-Bojok is a free service provided by the Library System and is intended to be an extension of library services to those who do not have access to a library. It costs the user only return postage. The service can be used by anyone. Besides rural persons, Mail-A-Book also serves handicapped and homebound persons. Use of the program is increasing. In December, 450 requests were filled and in January the number jumped to 675. A catalog of available paperbacks has been mailed to all rural routes in northwest Iowa. It lists and describes all the types of books available from mysteries, westerns, and Gothic romances to how-to-do books and those'of current interest topics. Persons wishing to use Mail-A-Book may contact their local library or write for a catalog from Northwest Regional Library System, 6th and Jackson Streets, Sioux City, 51105. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clearing from the west tonight. Low teens north and 20s south. Sunny Tuesday. High mostly in the 30s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday — Warmer temperatures and little or no precipitation. Highs in the 40s to low 50s Wednesday, warming to the 50s to low 60s by Friday. Lows in the 20s Wednesday and in SUNNY the 30s Thursday and Friday. Mrs. Schrad is Burned in Fire at Home A fire early Sunday morning damaged the home of Mrs. Florence Schrad, 235 N. Whitney St. Mrs. Schrad was taken from her burning home by ambulance to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The bedroom was damaged by fire and there was smoke and heat damage to th'e rest of the house, according to firemen. Cause of the fire is unknown. Mrs. Schrad was treated for burns on her upper arm. She was to be released Monday. -0- Flames were visible in several parts of Carroll when a gas pump at Paul & Wayne's service station was knocked over by a car early Saturday morning. A car driven by Victoria J. Bluhm, 720 N. Crawford St., Carroll, slid on ice hitting a pump and knocking it over, Carroll Police Officers David Disburg, William Croghan and Phil SqUibb reported. The flames were quickly extinguished. About $1,300 damage was done to the pump and minor damage to the car. -0- -( A unit in an oven owned by Donald Robertson, 219 E. 18th St., Carroll, caught fire Friday afternoon, Lt. Robert Wieland said. Not much damage was done to the stove, he added. • Welcome (Continued From Page 1) makers. Signs in the LV-A gym proclaimed: "Move over Ali, We took the thriller from Manilla." "Manilla folders are now available — contact LV-A." "LV-A is here to stay." And the Hawkettes' theme throughout the tourney drive, "LV-A all the way." Fourteen persons spoke at the welcoming home festivities here, but the one probably most listened to was Louis (Bud) McCrea, coach of the team which has gone to the state tourney three of the last four years and has won 150 games. McCrea joked about his ability to lead a team which wasn't supposed to win: Last year at the tourney, . McCrea told the audience, he heard some girls outside of his Des Moines hotel room saying, "McCrea stop the rain," McCrea stop the rain." To this, the coach said, he turned to Asst. Coach Garold Thomas and asked, "Could I?" This year, he continued, some girls were .outside his room asking him to stop the snow. He turned to Thomas and asked, "Should I?" But McCrea does not think he can work miracles. In fact, he may have been the most surprised person around after winning the title. To illustrate this, senior guard Diane Buse said, the team counted 13 times the coach said "unbelievable" on the way from Des Moines to Lake View and four more "fantastics." McCrea, by the way, drives the player bus to every game — including the tourney games in the capital city. Miss Buse also told the crowd how grateful the team is for "all that cheering and roaring" during games. And she wished future teams good luck. The only other two seniors, Micki Olberding and Kay Pick, also spoke briefly. Both were a 11-tournament selections. Miss Olberding, who like the other two seniors has been to the tourney three of her four high school years, said "I feel really honored to be part of this group." Miss Pick, a guard, gave the briefest talk of all. Sandwiched between laughing and giggling she said, "I told you I thought we could do it. And I guess we did." The Black Hawkettes have become celebrities two times over. The NBC television sports program "Grandstand" aired a short segment dealing with the Lake View-Auburn-Manilla game Sunday. At least six newspapers, two radio stations and two television stations reported the homecoming ceremonies. Asst. Coach Thomas, who celebrated a birthday Sunday, f- Briefly -^— * Threat to Shell Palace BEIRUT, Lebanon (AP) - Lebanese army coup leaders threatened today to shell the presidential palace if Christian President Suleiman Franjieh did "Yrmy "sources said a column with tanks and light artillery was moving on the palace, located on the outskirts of Beirut, where Franjieh was being defended by about 2,000 loyalists and Christian militiamen. Moslem and Ch istian gunmen fought mortar and rocket duels in Beirut and northern Lebanon as the country lurched toward a resumption of the 11-month civil war. New Role for Elevators DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa's country grain elevators will have a new role in the future — as intermediate holding facilities for grain bound for larger elevators, says a railroad industry leader. Larry Provo, president of the Chicago and North Western Railway, heads a company with more trackage — 2,400 miles — in Iowa than any other railroad. The C&NW has announced plans to get rid of as much of its 1,500 miles of Iowa branch line track as it can, and the predicted new function of county elevators fits in with that. "Passenger trains almost broke the railroads in the 1960s," charged Provo during a recent visit here, "and branch lines may break them in the 1970s." Provo tells people who want a return to large-scale railroad passenger service that "railroad passenger trains are an o b s o 1 e t e form of transportation." To people who mourn the bankruptcy and possible demise of the Rock Island Lines, he says, "The elimination of the Rock Island would be a good way to get rid of some excess railroad capacity." If the Rock Island should liquidate, Provo said the C&NW would take over and abandon sections of the Rock Island main line that serves the Quad C i t i e s-Des Moines-Council Bluffs population corridor across Iowa. "The value of main line service through a city is pretty much a myth," says Provo. "In fact, I think most cities would prefer to relocate railroad tracks and yards away from their central areas." New Soviet Setback CAIRO (AP) — The Soviet Union has suffered another setback in the Middle East with President Anwar Sadat's announcement that he is tearing up the 1971 Soviet-Egyptian treaty of friendship and cooperation. The Egyptian People's Assembly meets this afternoon to discuss Sadat's proposal that it nullify the 15-year treaty. The Assembly's'approval is a certainty. Among the results could be an end to the use of Egyptian ports by Soviet naval ships and competition by the United States, Britain and France to supply the arms Egypt can no longer get from the Soviet Union. Leftist Victories PARIS (AP) — For the second weekend in a row, the Socialist-Communist alliance got more than 50 per cent of the vote in a nationwide French election. Government spokesmen acknowledged the results of the two rounds of voting for 94 regional councils was a setback for President Valery Giscard d'Estaing's forces. But they contended local iSSO'es ''were of primary interest to the voters and that the outcome was not 'necessarily an indication of what would happen in the 1978 parliamentary elections. The leftists claimed the vote was a true sign of national feeling. Drive Raises Questions DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) —• Some businessmen are wondering why they should contribute to a Des Moines Area Community College fund drive when they already support the institution through taxes. The Ankeny-based college is preparing to launch a $100,000 fund raising drive in the Polk County business community to raise money for student loans and scholarships, foundation expenses and ultimately to possibly help construct facilities. A committee of the Greater Des Moines Chamber of Commerce has raised questions. The chamber Appeals Review Board, which looks into fund raising proposals, approved the drive March 4. But aside from wondering about what some believe is double taxation, the board questions the need for scholarships and student loans at an institution that charges on|y $135 a quarter and has enough scholarship and loan money to financially aid nearly half its students. Records show that the college has received increases of at least 16 per cent in its budget during each of the past three years. It has projected a 25 per cent increase for next year. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 40 was serenaded by the team Yesterday's low '. .29 witn a "appy birthday song. At 7 a.m. today 27 Mayor Lawrence Bruner of Lake View told the girls they could run the city's government for a day, as they At 10 a.m. today 34 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures ranged from did after winning the 1975 a high of 41 to a low of 15 championship, degrees a year ago today in The hour-long program Carroll. capped a basketball season in Jazz Band Places First The Carroll Community High School Jazz Band won the first place trophy in Class B competition at the Creston Jazz Festival, Creston, on Saturday. John Erickson is band instructor, About 25 sophomores, juniors and seniors participate in the band, he said. CORRECTION The third quarter increase in retail sales for Carroll is $1,456,381 and not $456,381 as a story stated Friday. which few of the state's basketball experts picked LV-A to successfully defend their title. McCrea and most Hawkette fans point out that at the beginning of the season the team did not look like , champions, But, how things i changed! Lake View-Auburn lost to Manilla twice during the regular season and once to Ida Grove. With just three girls graduating, talk is already thick about a third straight title. And plans are probably being made for a 10-mile convoy. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market took another sharp drop today amid more of the profit taking that began to appear on Friday. The Dow Jones average of 30 industrial stocks, off 15.67 Friday, had fallen another 10.31 to 977.33 by noon today. Losers outpaced gainers by more than a 3-1 margin among New York Stock Exchange-listed issues. Brokers said Friday's decline evidently had convinced some investors that the market had run out of upward momentum for the time being. American Telephone & Telegraph was the most active Big Board issue, down % at 55%. The NYSE's composite index of more than 1,500 common stocks slipped .47 to 53.44. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index fell .75 to 103.73. CORRECTION Smouse General Service- was awarded $459.14 from Michael Willenborg, not $1,000 as was reported in the "Reverses Decision" item in the Daily Record of Friday's Daily Times Herald.

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