Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 16, 1976 · Page 2
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" ••"••IMIIIMfMIMIfll1IIM||| l|f(M|||||||M| film •••••••••••••••••^•••^••I^HIMM^^^^^^^^^^^^ ssSSfflm 2 Daily Record ItttMMMiitMMMIMItmiltftlMlttttimtMIMMI » MRS. LIZZIE SIMMONS SCRANTON - Funeral services for Mrs. Lizzie Johnson Simmons, 81, of Ozark, Ala., will be held at the Church of Christ here at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday, with burial in the Scranton Cemetery, The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral home of Scranton is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Simmons, formerly of Scranton, died at Dothan, Ala., March 12. JAMES W. GRETEMAN TEMPLETON — James William Greteman, 38, of Cedar Rapids, died there early Tuesday, March 16, following a heart attack. He was a son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard G. Greteman of Templeton, and was employed by the Turner Funeral Homes of Cedar Rapids. There will be a Bible service at the Turner Funeral Home at 7 p.m. Wednesday. Following a mass at 10 a.m. Thursday in Cedar Rapids the casket will be brought to the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, where friends may call after 5 p.m. Thursday. A Bible service will be held there Thursday at 8 p.m. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 11 a.m. Friday in Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. Burial will be in the parish cemetery, with military honors. Mr. Greteman was born at Carroll Aug. 2, 1937. His mother is the former Bea Hoffman. He graduated from Dowling High School in 1955 and received his mortuary science degree from the American Institute of Embalming, New York City, Witnesses Subjected to Persecution Carroll area Jehovah's Witnesses have received more reports from eyewitnesses telling of widespread persecution of the religious organization throughout Malawi in Africa.' Jehovah's Witnesses have been beaten, raped, robbed, driven from their homes, publicly abused by Malawi Congress Party members and even by government officials. Parents have been forcibly separated from young children, even infants, and placed in detention. From the Malawian government's point of view, a statement by Fred Manning said, the issue is over buying the Malawi Congress Party card, which bears the picture of Dr. H. Kumuzu Banda, life president of the country. Without this card Jehovah's Witnesses in many areas are not allowed to buy food, draw water from wells, live in their homes or even have police protection. From the point of view of Jehovah's Wittnesses in the country, about 30,000 adults and children, Manning said, the issue is one of religion and conscience, respect for which Malawi as a member of the United Nations avows. Jehovah's Witnesses refuse to become members of the Malawi Congress Party or any other political party, but insist on a'politically neutral stand, although this position has caused problems for them in many parts of the world. Nonetheless, they are recognized as model citizens, by obeying the law, paying their taxes, willingly accepting service in community improvement programs, but refusing to have anything to do with membership in the political party, putting their faith instead "in a heavenly government by Jehovah God." Gerald Bristol Carrel) - Ag« 47 Friendi may call at thw Sharp Funeral Hern*, Carroll, after 2 p.m. Tuesday Funeral Service! 1:30 p.m. Wednetdoy at Sharp Funeral Name Officlatingi Rev. Ernnt lonon of rhe United Mtmoditt Church Interment: Carroll City Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME . . Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 year* in 1961. He received his license as a funeral director and embalmer in Iowa in 1963. H.e served in the U.S. Army from 1963 to 1965, and since his discharge had been employed by Turner's. His marriage to Joan Blue took place at Chicago Aug. 24,1968. Surviving besides his parents are two children, Bill and Penny Jo; a stepdaughter, Wendy; and a sister, Mrs. Kenneth (Rose Mary) Frahm of Manning. Over 6,000 Easter Seal Letters Sent More than 6,000 letters containing 1976 Easter Seals have been mailed to Carroll County residents, Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr., Easter Seal campaign chairman for the county, announced Tuesday. Funds received in the 47th annual Easter Seal campaign are used to provide Easter Seal services to physically handicapped individuals through the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Iowa at Camp Sunnyside, its county chapters and affiliates. "It costs more every year to provide the services disabled people need," Mrs. Maystadt said. "For example, the wheelchair that once cost $150 now costs $280 or more." The 1974-75 fiscal year was a top service year for Iowa Easter Seals, she said. Camp Sunnyside provided recreational therapy in vacation sessions for 453 summer campers from 91 counties. Direct services of therapy and loan of equipment to 1,798 handicapped persons in 98 counties totaled $422,325 in cash and loan value. An additional 1,692 persons throughout the state were using previously issued Easter Seal convalescent equipment and wheelchairs. Easter Seals stresses total rehabilitation; 2,630 referrals were made to other agencies and organizations for other needed assistance. 124 severely handicapped lowans, 18 per cent more than in the previous year, received rehabilitation services through Homebound Training at Camp Sunnyside. They were trained to produce crafts and establish their own small businesses at home. The sale of handcrafts produced by handicapped lowans set an all-time record totaling $71,216, which topped the previous record fiscal year by $2,666. All of the money from every sale is returned to the disabled person who made the craft. Ten lowans studying in colleges and universities for rehabilitation careers were awarded Easter Seal scholarships and thousands of state residents received helpful information on such subjects as bicycle safety, clothing for the handicapped, health careers, and specific disabilities through the society. "Most contributors return $2, $3 or $5 in their campaign envelopes," Mrs. Maystadt said, "and these small amounts add up to provide the services needed by our handicapped fellow lowans." Driver Dies in Truck Upset ROCKWELL CITY — Richard Gangstead, 39, of Eagle Grove, was .killed Monday night when the semi-trailer truck he was driving overturned about four miles south of here on county N-65, Calhoun County Sheriff Deputy Jack Satern reported. Gangstead was a driver for the Umthun Trucking Lines, Eagle Grove. He was alone when the mishap occurred, Satern said. JN MEMORY OF Ilizzie J. Simmons fbzark, Alabama - Age 81 (Formerly of Scranton) Funeral Services , 10:30 a.m. Wednetday at The Church of Chriit, Scranton Officiating Rev. Oan King of the Church of Christ Interment Scranton Cemetery Friends may call at | the Dahn and Woodhouse j Funeral Home, Scranton, after 6 p.m. Tuesday DAHN AND WOODHOUSE f UNERAl HOMES Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.27 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.50 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA)— Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 3,400; barrows and gilts under 260 Ib 25-75 lower, occasionally 1.00 lower; over 260 Ib steady to 50 lower; trade moderately active; 175 head U.S. 1-2 204-225 Ib 47.75 early; 1-3 195-240 Ib 47.0047.50; sows steady to 25 higher, some 50 higher; 325-600 Ib42.50-43.35. Cattle and calves: 5,300; general trade on slaughter steers rather slow, weak to 25 lower, instances 50 lower; heifers moderately active, steady to 25 lower; cows moderately active, fully steady; few loads choice 1,100-1,175 Ib steers 36.50-37.00 for Canadian shipment; bulk choice 975-1,250 Ib 35.00-36.00; some 1,150-1,200 Ib at 36.00 with end prime; several loads choice and prime 950-1,050 Ib heifers 35.00-35.15; part load 35.25; choice 875-1,050 Ib 33.75-35.00; utility and commercial cows mainly 26.50-28.50, a few 29.00-29.50; canner and cutter 20.00-26.50. DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 65,000; actual receipts Monday 101,000; week ago 58,000; yearago41,000. Butchers weak to 50 lower; trade fairly active; demand onlyfair; U.S. 1-3200-230Ibsat country points 45.00-45.50; plants 45.50-46.00; few in plants 46.50; sows steady, instances 50 higher, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.25-41.00. DeMolay Degrees to 4 The DeMolay degree was conferred on Steve O'Conner, Scott Hackett, Jim Molitor and Mike Schaefer at the Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay, meeting Monday night. The group discussed plans for the March 23 parents' dinner, with the Eastern Star organization serving the meal. Plans were finalized for the DeMolay state basketball tournament April 2-3. New Slate Elected by Xi Gamma Pi Mrs. Kenneth Grouse is the new president of Xi Gamma Pi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, heading a slate elected at a meeting Monday night at Mrs. Glenn Lockhart's home. Also elected were Mrs. Robert Boell of Manning, vice president; Mrs. Don Derner, recording secretary; Mrs. Charles Aylor of Manning, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Bernard Wells, treasurer. Mrs. Grouse succeeds Mrs. Estberline Blum. The program, "Mental Hygiene", was presented by Mrs. Lockhart. It was announced that the Order of the Rose degree will be conferred upon two members at 8 p.m. March 30, at the IPS building; and that April 10 will be "Lily Day" in Carroll in conjunction with the Easter Seal campaign. Plans were finalized and reservations made for attending an area Founder's Day banquet in Atlantic April 30. The chapter cast its vote for New Hope Village as one of the state Beta Sigma Phi projects for 1976-77. Mrs. O.M. O'Connor was Mrs. Lockhart's co-hostess. The next regular meeting, on April 5, will be at Mrs. Donald Hagedorn's home. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa highway death count through midnight Monday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—112. Last year to date—94. AUXILIARY MEETING The Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 17, at the Legion hall in Dedham. IN HONOR SOCIETY David Lawrence Berning, a freshman at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, was selected for membership into the Phi Eta Sigma national honor society. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berning, Carroll. COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Scott L. Antisdel, 20, Glidden, and Joyce C. Heithoff, 23, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Randy R. Eischeid, Halbur, Chevrolet; Maurice C. or June McGrew, Glidden, Buick; Ray Wernimont, Carroll, Ford; Herman Ford-Mercury, Inc., Carroll, Mercury; Linus Koster, Breda, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Marlin J. and JoAnn Bauer to Duane J. Bauer, Lot 6, Block J5, Dedham. Erinvale, Inc., to Arlo H. and Nell Jochims, Apt. 3E, Erinvale Villa III, Lot 3, Block 1, Erinvale Addition, Carroll. James R. and Carol Ransom to Personal Lenders, Inc., Lot 5, Block 7, Maple River Junction. Lois E. Liston to Earl and Ruth Loudenback, parts of Lots 4 and 5, Block 29, Third Addition, Glidden. Claus H. and Judith A. Bunz to Byron and Rhonda Halle, Lot 3, Block 2, Bunz Addition. Manning. Claus H. and Judith A. Bunz to Arthur C. Rauch, Lot 2, Block 3, Bunz Addition, Manning. Charles and Marlyn Fielweber to Manning, part of Lot 6, Feldman's Addition, Manning. United Methodist Church, Manning, to Marlin J. Bauer, Lot 6, Block 5, Dedham. Helen E. Berger to Orville and Lucille Schroeder, W'/bSE'/4. Sec. 36, Twp. 85N, Range 36W. Terry A. and Diane L. Irlmeier to Dennis L. and Marva L. Henderson, Lot 7, Boje Brothers Addition, Carroll. Bierl Construction Co. to Terry A. and Diane L. Irlmeier, Lot 15, Block 11, Applewood Knolls Addition, ' Carroll. DISTRICT COURT Aquilar Jailed— Michael J. Aquilar (also known as Michael Peterson) was jailed Monday for failure to appear at his arraignment. District Court Judge James C. Smith, Carroll, issued the bench warrent to pick up Aquilar. Bond was set at $2,500. Vaughn in 'Contempt'— Sammy Vaughn of Scranton was found to be in contempt of court by Smith for not paying court costs from a judgment against him. Vaughn had been found guilty of operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of alcohol and was fined $350 and ordered to pay court costs. Although the fine was paid, Smith said costs had not been paid. Smith sentenced Vaughn to 30 days in the county jail, suspending 25 of the days if Vaughn pays the costs. Costs were $174.17. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Doris H. Venner, Route 3, Carroll, and Joseph H. Wernimont, Route 2, Carroll, collided Monday afternoon on U.S. 30 near the western city limits. Officer Norbert Kaspersen and Asst. Chief William Heller said. Ms. Venner was charged with following too close. Entertain At Manor The March birthdays of seven residents of the Carroll Manor were noted at a party gi-ven at the nursing home Monday afternoon by Eunice Circle of the Lutheran Women's Guild of St. Paul Church. Honorees included Minnie Schreck, Opal Thede, Augusta Tryon, Izora Judge, Fred Meister, Flossie Mosheir and AnnE.Thielen. Mrs. Darrell Heuton led a short devotional program, after which Harry Grimsmari entertained with accordion selections. Cake was served to all of the Manor residents. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 10— Travis Bellinghausen, Carroll Herman C. Hein, Ft. Dodge Mrs. Mary Enenbach, Carroll Admissions March 11— Mrs. Linus Pudenz, Auburn Mrs. Melvin Reinhart, Carroll Linda A. Smith, Carroll Mrs. Duane Deist, Audubon Admissions March 12— Otto Watje, Dow City Lamar G. Esbeck, Carroll Admissions March 13— Mrs. Ann Traner, Carroll Mrs. Orville Olberding, Carroll Mrs. Dennis L. Johnston, Bayard Steve J. Loneman, Carroll Admissions March 14— Jon E.Merritt, Carroll Daniel Golwitzer, Glidden Wilma M. Reinart, Omaha, Neb. Alan L. Snyder, Breda Carol P. Longnecker, Carroll Tim A. Jansen, Aspinwall Robby J. Anthofer, Coon Rapids Mrs. Margaret Johnson, Cedar Falls Mrs. Larry Schultes, Manning Mrs. John Forke, Carroll Admissions March 15— Mrs. Charles Quandt, Charter Oak Eldred Andreasen, Halbur LoriGottsch.Westside Birth CLEMENT, Minn. — Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wenck, 1410-B, Pineyiew Lane N., Clement, a son, March 13. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wenck of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Feit of Maquoketa. Sodality Plans Style Show in April ARCADIA — The Christian Mothers Sodality of St. John's Church, Arcadia, will be holding a style show at their April 8 meeting. In speaking of the event at the Sodality's recent meeting, Mrs. Vern, Onken, president, asked the women to make Easter bonnets to be judged at the show. : Forty-one members and a guest, Rose Marie Schweers, attended the meeting. Food was brought for the parish nuns by the February-March Circles. Marge Gerken, an area Cancer Crusade chairman, spoke about the seven signs of cancer and the importance of check-ups. After the meeting, Mrs. Carl Bauerle of Carroll talked and displayed her hand-painted china plates and other articles. Door prizes were won by Mrs. George Ricke and Alice Bierl. AFS Hears Presentations The American Field Service (AFS) heard speeches from four Carroll Community High School students Monday night. Presentations were made by: Becky Blincow and Sue Jones, dramatic acting; Sue Millender, original oratory, and Penny Schroeder, public address. The students received superior ratings at t!ie district speech contest and will compete in the state contest in Des Moines on Saturday. The group met in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann and DorlaHill. ST. PAT'S PARTY The Carroll Recreation Department will have a St. Patrick's Day party for all persons age 60 and older on Wednesday at the Courtview. Apartments. WARMERk The Weather/:! IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Low tonight mainly 20s. Warmer Wednesday. High 40s east, 50s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Warmer with chance of showers by Saturday. Highs 50s to low 60s and lows mid-30s tomid-40s. The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high .39 Yesterday's low 27 At 7 a.m. today 23 At 10 a.m. today 29 Weather A Year Ago- Carroll temperatures a year ago today included a high of 48 and low of 33 degrees. Instructors Tell About Trade School Frank Jorgensen and David W. Carroll, instructors, described the operation of the Des Moines Area Community College vocational school here Monday night at the Rotary Club meeting at Tony's Restaurant. Jorgensen has charge of the automotive classes and Carroll directs the building trades unit. The school is housed in the Lahr and Walz buildings. Students from Carroll Community and Kuemper High Schools, St. Bernard, Breda; Manning and Coon Rapids Community attend half days. Glidden-Ralston may join .the classes in the future, Jorgensen said. Students in the automotive classes serve the public, working on vehicles. They charge nothing for their service; parts are furnished at cost plus 10 per cent with a $2 shop charge. The vocational courses are offered to high school students who do not plan to go on to college or into the professions. "We have the young people who want to be in our program," Jorgensen said. "They are not here because they had to be. They are people who plan to get a job as soon as they are graduated." Applicants are tested by school counselors and are screened and interviewed by the vocational instructors. The current project of the building trades classes is a new home being constructed at 221 Kevin in Applewood. Knolls addition. It is nearing completion and will be sold on a sealed bid basis right after an open house. Carroll said construction of the home teaches students responsibility, confirms their own abilities and teaches each to'work under variety of conditions. Each year, the building trades class votes on its own project, he said. The men were introduced by Fred Witt. New Pastor for Church at Lake City LAKE CITY —"The Rev. Chris C. Nettles will arrive in Lake 'City March 20"w1lh his wife Sherry and their 2'/4-year-old son, Brian. They will officially begin their work at Woodlawn Christian Church on April 1. Mr. Nettles graduated from high school in New Orleans and attended Northwest Christian College in Oregon where he graduated in 1970. tie attended seminary-at Phillips University in Enid, Okla., and was ordained June 1, 1973. His wife is a native of the state of Washington. Mr. Nettles has been associate pastor at the First Christian Church in Midwest City, Okla., for the past two and a half years. He is a member of the Lions Club and photographer. Woodlawn Christian Church has been without a pastor since July 6 when the Rev. John Holland left for a new pastorate at First Christian Church in St. Paul, Minn. • Taxes (Continued From Page 1) in the Senate on long trucks Monday kept the committee from holding a formal meeting. Tuesday, two house members of the committee were to be absent. "The majority wants to sit down and come up with a conference committee report," Rodgers said. "Most of the things in the package we're in accord with." Rodgers said the conferees agree on: —Taxing farm land 100 per cent on its earning capacity rather than 50 per cent productivity and 50 per cent cash value. —Adopting Gov. Robert Ray's proposal to increase property tax breaks for the el-, derly. —Setting a 9 per cent limit on local government budget increases in categories funded by the property tax. —Establishing a task force to decide the best way to fund local governments in the future. The plan proposed by the Senate Thursday would double the agriculture tax credit from $18 million to $36 million this year and institute the 100 per cent productivity valuation for farmland the second year. Legal Notices IN THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOR CARROLL COUNTY NOTICE OF PROBATE OF WILL, OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTOR, AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Probate No. 11145 IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF Joe H. Sander Deceased. TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ESTATE OF Joe H. Sander Deceased: You are hereby notified that on the 15th day of March, 1974, 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 15th day of March, 1976. Bertha C. Vonnahme Route No. 2 Carroll, Iowa Administrator of said Estate ALFRED J.KLOCKE Clerk of the District Court Court House Carroll, Iowa Robert S. Bruner Attorney for said Administrator Carroll, Iowa Date of second publication 23rd day of March, 1976. March 16,23,1976 Auxiliary to Initiate at April Meet Tlmti Herald Newi Service DEDHAM — Initiation of new members of the Dedham American Legion Auxiliary will be held during the April 12 meeting, it was announced at the March meeting. Mrs. Eugene Kitt conducted the meeting, welcoming several guests. She reported on the recent county meeting at Glidden and announced that William Polking of Carroll will be guest speaker at the March 17 county meeting at the Legion hall here, starting at 8 p.m. Mrs. Kitt also read an article, "Our Auxiliary Emblem." Members with March birthdays and anniversaries were honored. A St. Patrick's Day theme was used in refreshment table decorations. Mrs. Clarence Fledderman received the plate prize. A cake decorating demonstration was given by Mrs. Clarence Fisher and the cake was awarded to Mrs. Joan Irlmeier. Supervisors Sell Town Lot The Carroll County Board of Supervisors sold lot 6 in Lanesboro to Elmer Bems for $350 Monday. The county had acquired the property in a tax sale. The sale price should about pay for back taxes, according to County Auditor William C. Arts Jr. A public hearing was set — as required by, law — for April 19 to discuss vacating 20 feet or right-of-way of a street in Maple River. Vacating of the 20 feet was requested by Alvin and Dorothy Bellinghausen for an addition to their house. Dana Choir to Sing at Glidden GLIDDEN - The Dana College Choir of Blair, Neb., will present a concert of sacred music at 8 p.m. on Friday at the Glidden-Ralston High School gym. The Glidden Ministerial Association is sponsoring the singers. The association sponsors a musical concert every year, said the Rev. Daryl Torrin, pastor of the St. John's Lutheran Church, rural Glidden. The choir will present a variety of choral music by European and American composers. In observance of the bicentennial, the choir's repertoire includes American works that span several centuries. Daily Grain DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Monday. Prices compiled from country elevators by the Iowa Department of Agriculture and the U.S. Department of Agriculture: Corn Soybeans Northwest 2.36-2.43 4.20-4.31 N. Central 2.42-2.46 4.29-4.35 Northeast 2.40-2.52 4.30-4.35 Southwest 2.34-2.43 4.20-4.32 S. Central 2.37-2.47 4.29-4.36 Southeast 2.41-2.57 4.404.51 MANNING COUNCIL MANNING — A cigarette permit was issued to Danny's Place by the city council here Monday night. Bicentennial -plans for the city were discussed. "NOTICE OP PUBLIC SALE" Notice Is hereby given that on 3-26-76 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC • 7660 Hlckman Rd. - Des Moines, la. to sell for cash the following vehicle: To' wit: 1973 Chevrolet • Idf S No. 1V77B31M43703 General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be keen at Macke Motors - Lake City, la. v March 16,1976 "Nolle* of Public Sale" Notice Is hereby given that on April 2, 1976 at 9:00 A.M. a Public Sale will be held at GMAC - 7660 Hlckman Rd • Des Moines, Iowa to sell for cash the following vehicle: To wit: 1970 Ford Mustang • S No. OF02F100523. General Motors Acceptance Corporation reserves the right to bid at this sale. The vehicle Is presently stored and may be seen at John Whaley Chev - Carroll, la. March 16,1976 8 Accepted for NCE School Eight Carroll area students have been accepted for admission to NCE School of Commerce in Omaha. Mark Poland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip Poland of Carroll and a student at Carroll High School will study Business Administration at the Omaha school. The others are all students at Kuemper High School. They are, Judy Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman of Carroll, general accounting program; Kathleen Mayer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mayer of Carroll, legal secretarial program; Sheryl Broich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Broich of Carroll, medical secretarial program; Kristine Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams of Manning, office specialist program; Susan Eischeid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid of Manning, professional accounting program; Susan Diers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Diers of Arcadia, associate accounting program; and Karen Bueltel, daughter of Mrs. Bernard Bueltel of Carroll, medical secretarial program. • Boys Town (Continued From rage 1) Included in the total assets is the increased value of buildings and improvements due to extensive construction last year. "The board of directors, which met Monday, was told that income from mail appeals and bequests was down from $10,923,098 in 1974 to $9,956,095 in 1975. Investment and other income also was down substantially, officials said. Total 1975 revenues were $1,195,882 less than in 1974, while operating expenditures climbed from $16,477,74J[ in 1974 to $18,315,961. The audit statements presented to the board showed a total of $12,961,475 in 1975 expenditures on capital construction, including $7,468,097 for the Boys Town Institute for Communication Disorders in Children; $2,113,832 for the Boys Town Center for the Study of Youth Development, and $3,379,546 for construction projects on the Boys Town campus. The campus projects included 13 new cottages, the Father Flanagan Shrine in the Dowd Memorial Chapel, restoration of Father Flanagan Alumni House and Museum, renovation of the Visiitor's Center and other work. • Wilson (Continued From Page 1) confidence in Parliament by a majority of 17. Wilson's government has been under sharp attack from the Conservative opposition led by 50-year-old Margaret Thatcher as well as the left-wing Laborites. Over the past 12 months, Britain's annual rate of inflation has hovered around 25 per cent, the highest in the industrialized world, and the pound sterling dropped below the psychologically important $2 floor for the first time in history March 5. ' Wilson's official announcement said he told the cabinet of his decision this morning and then went to Buckingham Palace and informed Queen Elizabeth II. CARD WINNERS Winning score prizes at the Monday afternoon pinochle games of the Golden Circle Club, held at the clubrooms; were Mrs. Ed Hannasch, Mrs. Ann Hagedorn and Mrs Herman Nieland. Mrs. Ben Wernimont received the tally prize and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, traveling prize;

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