Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 26, 1976 · Page 2
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Deaths, Funerals | MRS. GEORGE HACKWELL Times Henld Newi Strvlce AUDUBON — Funeral services were held at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Exira Christian Church for Mrs. George Hackwell, 67, who died Sunday in the hospital here. The Rev. Thomas Carpe officiated. Burial was in the Exira Cemetery, under direction of the McFadden Funeral Home. Pallbearers were Jack Schlater, Bovd Minnesota Man Dies in Cell ESTHERVILLE, Iowa (AP) — A Minnesota man died Thursday in a cell at the police station here. Ronald Larson, 41, St. Leo, Minn., was found dead in his cell early in the evening. A spokesman said Larson was arrested Thursday afternoon and charged with intoxication. An autopsy was scheduled. Schlater, Sidney Hackwell, Lance Benton, Mark Dorsey and Michael Dorsey. Esther L. Hackwell, the daughter of Jerry and Anna Petersen Josephsen, was born in Shelby County Sept. 4,1908. She grew to womanhood near Greenfield and received her education in Adair County schools. On Dec. 26, 1926, she married Mr. Hackwell in Audubon, and they farmed near Exira all of their married life. Survivors include her husband; four sons, Melvin of Greenfield, Marvin and Harvey, both of Exira, and Gary of Arvada, Colo.; three daughters, Mrs. Leonard (Jane) Schlater and Mrs. Carol Benton, both of Exira, and Mrs. Ronald (June) Dorsey of Greenfield; 26 grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren; two brothers, Harvey Josephsen of Panorama City, Calif., and Carl Josephsen of Vallejo, Calif.; and two sisters, Mrs. Ralph Wahlert of Exira, and Mrs. George Winston of Guthrie Center. • Pork Officers — -Staff Photo The Carroll County Pork Producers elected officers last week. Seated from left are James Masching, president, Carroll; Leo Briricks, Carroll; standing from left, Gary Venteicher, secretary, Halbur, and Don Wieland, treasurer, Carroll. Some members of the pork producers met Thursday night to discuss plans for a float for the June 26, Carroll County bicentennial parade. Message Says to Go Home DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — During World War II, armed forces recruiting posters carried a picture of a stern Uncle Sam pointing his finger and saying "Uncle Sam needs you!" The Federation of New Jersey Taxpayers, Inc., is using the same picture on a leaflet IN MEMORY OF Carl G. Pischel Carroll - Age 81 Prayer Service 8 p.m. Friday Funeral lervicet 10 a.m. Saturday at Dahn and Weadhouie Funeral Home, Carroll Funeral Services 2 p.m. Saturday at Central Christian Church at Jefferson Officiating Rev. Earl loudenback Interment Jefferson Cemetery DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES circulated among state legislators. The message, however, reads, "Legislators Go Home! You have done enough damage for one year." A copy of the picture, clipped from a newspaper, was sent to Rep. Frank Crabb, R-Denison, by his daughter. "I have a feeling some of our constituents might have the same kind of feeling about us," Crabb said as the Iowa Legislature neared the end of the Uth-week of its 1976 session. " Arcadia Club Wins Award Tlmci Htr.ld News Service ARCADIA — The Arcadia Federated Women's Club was awarded a district award on the ''Woman's Responsibilities" in the Public Affairs Department at the county convention held in Manning, Tuesday. The club was the only one in the county to receive an award. It also received honorable mention in the Home Life and Art Departments. The awards were presented by district president, Mrs. Delmar Goes. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, March 26, 1976 Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4-30 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.45 Oats 1.45 OMAHA, Neb. (APMUSDA)— Livestock quotations Friday: Hogs: 3,000; barrows and gilts active, unevenly 50-1.00 higher, although scattered lost over 290 Ib 25-50higher; U.S. 13,195-250 lb47.(XM7.50,18 head U.S. 1-2, 47.75; sows steady to 25 higher; 325-600 Ib 41.50-42.00. Cattle and calves: 1,300; supply mainly feeder cattle for auction sale, limited trade on cows steady, not enough slaughter steers and heifers on offer to afford a market test; utility and commercial cows 25.00-27.00; canner and cutter 19.00-25.00. Sheep: none. Estimated receipts Monday: Cattle and calves 6,500; hogs 5,000; sheep 700. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Friday 55,000; actual receipts Thursday 60,000; week ago 65,000; year ago 25,000. , Butchers 25-50 higher than midsession Thursday or steady to 25 up from close; trade slow; demand good; U.S. 1^ 200-230 Ibs with some to 250 Ibs at country points 45.00-45.50; plants 45.50-46.25; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 39.50-41.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Friday 600; slaughter lambs steady Thursday; choice and prime 90-110 Ib shorn No. 1 pelts 54.00; choice 90-110 Ib wooled 48.00-50.00. Kindergarten Round-up on April 8-9 The Kindergarten Round-up for all students planning to enter kindergarten in the ' Carroll Community School next fall will be April 8-9 at the Maple River School, Maple River. All children planning to attend kindergarten must be five years of age on or before September 15,1976. .. -. The child and a parent are to report to the Maple River School with the child's birth certificate. It is necessary to document the child's date of birth before entering kindergarten, Elementary Principal Gene Bentley said. Rural parents should know the township and section number of their home so transportation for next fall can be arranged. For additional information about the round-up contact Bentley at the Carroll Community Schools. Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Bernard P. Walusz, Carroll, Pontiac; Michael J. Pudenz, Carroll, Oldsmobile. Real Estate Transfers- Lambert J. Rohner estate to William H. and Bernice M. Wenck, parts of Lots 1 and 2, Block 75, Ninth Addition, Carroll. Elect UCT Officers for Year Officers for the year were elected at the Carroll Council No. 543, United Commercial Travelers (U.C.T) of America and auxiliary meeting Thursday night. Kenneth Bromert was elected senior counselor and Ray Reicks was re-elected secretary-treasurer of the council. Wilfred Schneider and Ray Reicks were elected to attend the annual international convention as special council guests, due to an award for outstanding membership achievement the Carroll Council received from the supreme council of the order. Nine delegates to the state convention at Ft. Dodge were also named. The U.C.T. auxiliary elected Mrs. Melvin Riesberg as senior counselor and Mrs. Melvin Leiting was re-elected secretary-treasurer. The auxiliary also chose three' delegates to serve at the Iowa grand auxiliary convention in Ft. Dodge in May. The men's attendance prize was won by Douglas Staiert. Mrs. Ray Reicks was awarded the auxiliary prize. A joint social hour followed the meetings. The lunch committee included Mrs. Vincent Stangl, chairwoman; Mrs. Lawrence Reiff and Mrs. Al Reiff. The next meeting will be April 22. 4-H News HALBUR - The Halbur Community 4-H Club met on March 16 at the school gym. Roll call was answered by "Naming a Farm Animal," by 20 members. Ron Rotert led the pledge of allegiance and Tini Eischeid led the 4-H pledge. Regulations on 4-H camp was discussed by the leaders Gary Venteicher, Jim Halbur and Mick Eischeid. Livestock identification sheets were filled out. Kevin Klocke gave a talk on "Retail Meat Pricing." A talk on "Feed Ingredients" was given by Ted Eischeid. Lunch was served by Phillip and Tim Rotert. The VETERANS of FOREIGN WARS is sponsoring a drive to raise funds to purchase more sickroom equipment to be used by all residents of CARROLL COUNTY IN THEIR HOMES WHE^J NEEDED, WITHOUT CHARGE Funds from the sale of publications will be used to purchase this much needed equipment. A representative will call on you carrying proper credentials signed by the proper officials. PLEASE REQUEST VERIFICATION. Robert McDonald — Carroll Commander Calvin F. Stammer — Manning Commander Kathrine Rohner to William H. and Bernice M. Wenck, part of Lots 1 and 2, Block 75, Ninth Addition, Carroll. L. J. and Margaret Stoberl to Northwest Iowa Power Cooperative, part of Sec. 26, Twp.82N, Range 36W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Michael L. Schlichte, Route 2, Audubon, and .Dennis P. Lawler, Sioux City collided Thursday night at the U.S. 30-Grant Road intersection, Officers Larry Peters and Zene O. Smith reported. It's the Law— "Any person who refuses or fails to obey the commands or directions of a peace officer, or traffic officer stationed within the city on duty, shall be guilty of a misdemeanor," according to the Carroll city code. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions March 24— Mrs. James L. Ragan, Coon Rapids Cindy Gliem, Glidden Mrs. Gertrude Knauss, . Scranton Jody Storesund, Coon Rapids Wesley Storesund, Coon Rapids Randall Mantz, Carroll John Sibbel, Manning Mrs. Lawrence Wittry, Arcadia Mrs. Jacob Thielen, Exira • David Jordan, Carroll John Peter, Dedham Mrs. Eugene Schieffer, Carroll Admissions March 25— Earl Woolen, Carroll Dean Bright well, Arcadia Mrs. Donald Richards, Coon Rapids Algene Snyder, Carroll Mrs. Marie GaWley, Manning Births- Mr', and Mrs. Paul Pawletzki, Arcadia, a daughter, Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Dean Glawe, Dana, a son, Friday Drive (Continued Produce & Feed, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Day, Middendorf Sheet Metal, Inc., Anderson Shoes, Andrews Roofing & Sheet 5MetaI, Inc., Motel 71-36:"^ v;V. v>.-Q.ther contributors---^Kenny's Rug Cleaning, Carroll Upholstery Shop, Dr. W.L. Ward, Dr. H.K. and Dr. Scott Richardson, Prenger's Furniture, Earl May Garden Center, Dr. Rex Heese, Rutten's Vac Shop, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Garrett, Heires Electric Co., Dahn and Woodhouse Funeral Home, Loehr's Jewelry, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hulsebus, McCarville and Sons Motors, Frank Hoffman Real Estate, Joseph P. Frank & Son Plumbing and Heating, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ware, Dr. R.J. Ferlic, Leighton Wederath, Dr. and Mrs. Harold Deur, Wolterman Distributing, Jim DeBower, Farmers' Grain & Lumber Co., Terrawesterri Corp., Norm Hutcheson, Lester Heinen, Dr. Leo H. Kuker, Wilke Drug Co., Spurgeon's Store, Jacobsen Travel Agency, Huff Refrigeration Service, Kelly Coin Machine Co., Quandt Auto Salvage, Inc., Mr. and Mrs. David Perry, Juergens International, Inc., Nelson Woodwork & Upholstery, Moorman's Conoco Service, Cash & Carry Cleaners and Laundromat, Dart Service, Carroll Auto Salvage, Mr. and Mrs. John Crater, Carroll Wholesale Market, Inc., Twit Funeral Home, Dedham Oil Co., Fareway Stores Inc., Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Stoner, Villa Motel, Mr. and Mrs. Rollin Tiefenthaler, Dr. Eleanor Roverud, Prentice Electric, Mr. and Mrs. Skip Raridon, Dr. R.E. Langenfeld, Lee Bratten, V. Stuart Perry, Ray Elks Initiates — The initiation ceremonies of twelve new members into the Carroll Elks Lodge No. 1637 were Thursday night. New members pictured front row from left are: Robert Irwin, Daniel Mack, Jerry Shields, Garner McNaught, Dalton Mason and Zenas Becker. Second row from left: Dale The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy northwest 'tonight, mostly cloudy with a chance of showers and thundershowers southeast. Cool er. Low mid 40s southeast, mid 30s northwest. Partly cloudy Saturday. Cooler southeast. High mid 50s northeast, low 60s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Sunday through Tuesday — Mild throughout the period with a chance of precipitation Monday and Tuesday, Highs in upper 50s to' mid 60s. Lows MILD -Staff Pholo Petersen, Carl R. Bottin, Paul Schulte, Vern Hamitt, the Rev. Thomas Gray and Harold (Pete) Sheer. Exalted Ruler Myron Johnson presided over the ritual. New Elk's Lodge officers will be installed on April 8. Astrology Saturday March 27,1976 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) You'll be more concerned today with taking care of others than yourself. Your compassionate instincts won't lead you astray. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Today you'll be much happier with people with whom you have emotional bonds, rather than those with whom you have only a mere aquaintance. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) If you see something today that enhances your material Personals Mrs. Heck Ross moved this week to Carroll from Des Moines. She is residing in the Westwood Knolls Apartments on North West Street.' From Page 1) Berndt Electrical, Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dirkx, Carroll Glass Co., Dr. J.G.Donovan, , Mr. and ! Mrs. Gordon Wade, Witt's 1 True Value Hardware! Co., Mr: and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Hulsebus,. Mr. and Mrs. Arlyn Gesell, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Osborn, Rev. and Mrs. Donald Wuertz, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul White, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steffen.'Mr. and Mrs. Ken Janning, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Gaffney, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer, William Kurth, Darwin Petersen, Tom Sullivan, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Grundmeier. OK Algona Airport Measure WASHINGTON (AP) President Ford has signed a bill to remove restrictions on federal lands given to the cities of Algona, Iowa; Rolla, Mo.; and Grand Junction and Alva, Colo. The approximately 60 acres in Algona is unneeded airport land that officials want for industrial development. The action Thursday by President Ford removed restrictions that the federal properties turned over to cities for airport purposes must automatically revert to the government if they are no longer used for the declared purpose. The measure, sponsored by Rep. Berkley Bedell, D-Iowa, was approved by Congress earlier this year. in 30s Sunday and mostly in the 40s Monday and Tuesday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 63 Yesterday's low..'. 41 At 7 a.m. today 45 At 10 a.m. today.. 48 Weather A Year Age- Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today varied from a high of 30 to a low of 18 degrees, as a prelude to the March 27 ice storm that brought down trees, power and telephone'lines. status, your ambitions wilt be aroused. No one will be taken advantage of. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Don't wait for people who've been on your mind to call you. Chances are they'd like to hear from you today, but won't make the first move. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) There are eager well-wishers on the sidelines who are anxious to repay past favors today. All they need is a nod. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You definitely don't want to be a loner today. If some group activity is suggested, go along with it. It may prove to be surprisingly good fun. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Focus your attention today on career and financial activities. Unusual happenings in one or both fields could prove highly beneficial. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) It's important today to associate with people who can lead you to explore new horizons, rather than those who inhibit your vision. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) It's best to be a trifle secretive about your methods and motives today. By being so, you'll be able to get desired results. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) People will watch you today to see what your outlook and views are. If you have a positive attitude, it will inspire them to similar action. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) If you apply yourself today, you have extremely good bargaining ability in your work or career or in the marketplace. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Excellent leadership qualities make you the master of your •fate today. Assert yourself to accomplish your aspirations. YOUR BIRTHDAY March 27,1976 Don't chase rainbows this coming year, but stick to projects you've put time and effort into. They may be nearer to fruition than you thought. 3 State-Licensed Nursing Homes Care for 250 Here More 'than 250 persons are cared for in Carroll's three state-licensed'nursing homes. Many are 'elderly and unable to care for themselves; others need special care because of illnesses or handicaps. • The newest and largest facility is the Carroll Health Center at 2241 North West St., near the Municipal Golf Course.' Adjoining St. Anthony Regional Hospital at 406 E. Anthony St. is the St. Anthony Nursing Home, with a 79-bed capacity. Carroll Manor, located at 500 Valley Drive, opened here in 1969. "The role of the nursing h'bme has changed dramatically over the past few years," Mrs. Sally Wafne, administrator of the Carroll Manor, said recently. "Nursing homes are among Iowa's most regulated services. Federal and state regulations, enforced through licensing and inspection, apply to most of the services provided to our residents," she continued, adding: "We conform to rules for patient care, food services, fire safety and a wide range of special rules applying to participation for the resident needing financial support through the Medicaid program. "Regulations even require licensing of the nursing home administrator, a rule that other health care administrators need not meet. Government involvement is imposed on us and does affect the cost of nursing home care. "We at Carroll Manor want your involvement. It is the people in the community who can supply us with the real therapy; we want you, your group or club to visit us. There' may be times you can just si,t and talk. It is you people on the outside who can supply the real 'wonder drug.' the doors -at Carroll Manor open both ways. We care." Carroll Manor, licensed to care for 51 elderly, convalescent and chronically ill residents, is a member of the Nursing Home Association of Iowa and also the American Health Care Association. The one-floor &rick facility includes a dining, card and game room for residents and their guests and lounge for the staff. Rooms are appointed to give a home atmosphere and are equipped with television and telephone connections. It is privately owned by brothers Jack and Jerry Clark of Des Moines. Plans are being made at St. Anthony Nursing Home to install a new beauty shop in the near future, and to enlarge the activity therapy area, utilizing space on the* lower floor formerly occupied by the hospital's physical therapy department, _ Mrs. Donald Stephenson, R.N., supervisor of the nursing home staff, reported that in 1975 St. Anthony Nursing Home recorded a total of 27,853 resident days. The staff includes One full-time and one part-time registered nurses; two full-time and five part-time licensed practical nurses; and 13 full-time and 11 part-time nurses' aides. Students from the next door Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing receive some of their clinical experience at the nursing home. Mrs. James Ludwig has been in charge of the activity program at the St. Anthony facility since late-summer, 1973. Regular visitors at the nursing home are members of St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary, as are the Auxiliary's Junior Volunteens. Currently 13 Junior Volunteens (including two boys) are working at the nursing home weekdays from 4:15 to 6:45 p.m. and on Saturday and Sunday mornings, under direction of Mrs. Benny Bliss. The young people perform such tasks as putting fresh drinking water in all of the rooms, carrying supper trays and helping feed residents needing assistance, watering flowers, visiting with the residents and walking with them. On Sundays they assist those going to the chapel for mass, and in the_summer, help with the home's outdoor carnival. The Carroll Health Center observed its fifth anniversary on Oct. 1, 1975, and several weeks later opened the most recent addition to the facility consisting of a new wing of patient rooms and a 5,000-s.Quare-fopt activity fOOlil. illw iciliLi ptutiUwa space for chapel, recreation and activities of many types and the new wing brings the total bed capacity to 138. ; There are approximately 75 employes on the Health Center staff, providing 24-hour per day professional nursing care. The dietary department features a five-meal-a-day plan designed to meet the special needs of the elderly, including modified diets. Professional services are available in the areas of physical and speech therapy, social services and pharmaceutical services. The Health Center is again participating in the nursing home clinical training for students at the Carroll campus of the Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing, and in January and February four groups of eight students each spent two-week sessions working 'with the residents and staff. Emphasizing attention to the social and recreational needs of its residents, the Health Center has received much support and assistance from various volunteer groups in Carroll and surrounding towns. Many new programs have been implemented in the past year to provide activities geared to various levels of participation abilities and interests. Additional emphasis is being placed on reality orientation and one-to-one communication for residents unable to participate in other programs. Carroll Health Center is under the management of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Schluter. Nursing care is supervised by Mrs. Richard Schwabe, R.N., and Mrs. John Carlin, R.N. Mrs. Jack Geier serves as activity director and the dietary department is supervised by Mrs. Don Peters. The Center is a •member of the American Nursing Home Association and the Health .Facilities Association of Iowa. Adjacent to the Health Center and also managed by Mr. and Mrs. Schluter is Westwood Knolls, a retirement complex which offers one- and two-bedroom units and a large community room. Each apartment has a nurse call system which can summon assistance from the Health Center staff in emergency situations. Meals are catered from the Health Center at the option of the apartment tenants.

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