Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 29, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, March 29, 1976
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Deaths, Funerals 1 KcSs^~~a [ Daily Record BERNARD H. WILLENBORG Bernard H. (Bud) Willenborg, 51, of 219 W. First St., Carroll, died at his home at 4:15 p.m. Saturday, March 27, after a short illness. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 1 p.m. Tuesday in Holy Spirit Church. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery with military honors by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. Friends may call Monday at the Twit Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited Monday at 3,8 and 9 p.m. Mr. Willenborg was born at* Templeton July 8, 1924, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Willenborg. He received his education at Templeton and served in both World War II and the Korean War. His marriage to Elizabeth Riesberg took place Aug. 11, 1948, at Sacred Heart Church, Templeton, with the Rev. Msgr. Francis Schultes officiating. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church. Mr. Willenborg is survived by his wife; two sons, Ken of Omaha, Neb., and Glenn of Phoenix, Ariz.; a daughter, Mrs. Joe (Mardy) Brodil of Apple Valley, Minn.; a granddaughter; his mother, Mrs. Ben Willenborg of Templeton; two brothers, John Willenborg of Templeton and Harold Willenborg of Carroll; and two sisters, Mrs. Joe (Dorothy.) Drake of Coon Rapids and Mrs. Junior (Mary Ann) Hugeback of Manning. WILLIAM D. LUX LIDDERDALE - William D. Lux, 68, of Lidderdale died at 3:55 a.m. Saturday, March 27, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll, after being in failing .health for the last year. A retired Lidderdale businessman, he had owned and operated Lux's Tavern here for over 40 years. Mass of the resurrection was celebrated by the Rev. Robert Gralapp at 1:30 p.m. Monday in Holy Family Church, Lidderdale, with interment in the parish cemetery. The Twit Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. • Mr. Lux, son of William C. and Elizabeth J. Daniel Lux, was born here Dec. 17, 1907, and received his education in Carroll. On Jan, 17, 1927, he was married to Inez Skinner at Holy Family Church, Lidderdale, with the Rev. Joseph Underberg officiating. He was a retired member of the Lidderdale Town Council. Mr. Lux belonged to Holy Family Church and the Holy Name Society of the parish. Surviving with his wife are a son, William Dan Lux of Fremont, Neb.; four daughters, Mrs. Robert (Lois) Lucey of Tacoma, Wash., Mrs. Paul (Betty) Eischeid and Mrs. John (Kathleen) William D. Lux Lidderdaie - Age 68 MOM of the Resurrection wa< held at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Holy Family Catholic Church in Lidderdale with Rev. Robert Gralapp, officiating Final Resting Place Holy Family Cemetery TWIT Rarriaeker of Carroll, and Mrs. Malachy (Beverly) Morrissey of Memphis, Mo. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren and four sisters, Mrs. Mable Kroeger of Lidderdale, Mrs. Marie Schaffer and Mrs. Anna Mae Stout of Lake City, and Mrs. Blanche Otto of Omaha, Neb. A brother. Earl Lux, preceded him in death. WILLIAM P. HANSEN AUDUBOIf — Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday in Our Saviour's Lutheran church here for William P. Hansen, 73, retired Audubon County farmer who died about 10 a.m. Saturday in Manning General Hospital at Manning. The Rev. Larry Lenning officiated, and interment was in Maple Grove cemetery under direction of McFadden Funeral home. Pallbearers included James Cavanaugh Jr., Marvin Dofninick, Darrell England, Earl Lucas, George Oakley, and Larry Petersen. Mr. Hansen was born in Woodbury County on Dec. 13, 1902, the son of Peter and Marie Rasmussen Hansen. He grew up in that area and was married on March 4, 1933 to Esther Marcussen of Audubon. They later moved to Audubon County and farmed northwest of here until retiring to town. He was a member of Our Saviour's Lutheran church. Survivors include a son, Marcus, of Iowa City; and his daughter-in-law; two sisters, Mrs. Sigrid Belts and Mrs. Minnie Combs, both of Whiting; three brothers, Hardwig of Audubon, Leo of Onawa, and Marvin of Sergeant Bluffs. He was preceded in death by his wife, in July, 1965. RICHARD L. HARTZELL Richard L. Hartzell, 52, a real estate salesman, died unexpectedly Friday, March 25, at his home, 1731 Salinger Ave., Carroll. •> Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church in Carroll, with the Rev. Ernest Larson officiating. Mrs. Don Severin was .organist and accompanied Skip Raridon as he sang "Eternal Father" and "The Lord's Prayer." Pallbearers were Jerry Wilson, Russell Wenck, James DeBower, Edmund Hacker, John Drees and Ma'rck Edwards. Honorary pallbearers were Benny La Maack, John Hanten, Dale Krekelberg, Joe Junes, Julius Loggie and William Rose, air of South Dakota. Interment was in the Carroll City Cemetery, with military honors by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. A Masonic memorial service was held at 8 p.m. Sunday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll by Signet Lodge No. 264, A.F. and A.M. Orator was Richard Rasty of Lohrville. Mr. Hartzell, son "of Hilbert and Helen Humeston Hartzell, was born May 31, 1923, at Ipswich, S.D. He received his education at the Ipswich schools and the University of South Dakota. He was married to Gloria Gunderson Sept. 14, 1946, at Aberdeen, S.D., and they have lived in IN MEMORY OF Donald Hillyer Carroll - Age 67 Funeral Service! United Methodist Church Carrel), Monday, 10:30 a.m. Rev. Ernest Larson Military Graveside Rites, Maurice Dunn Post of the American Legion Interment Carroll City Cemetery DAMN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Bernard H. (Bud) i Willenborg Carroll — Age 51 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home on Monday Rosaries 3 p.m. Monday 8 p.m. Monday, 9 p.m. Monday Mass of the Resurrection 1:00 p.m. Tuesday at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll Military Services by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 of the American Legion Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll TWIT •IN MEMORY OF Richard L., Hartzell Carroll - Age 52 Funeral Services | United Methodist Church •Carroll, 2 p.m. Monday Rev. Ernest Larson Masonic Memorial Services 8 p.m. Sunday Evening at the Funeral Home By Signet lodge Military Graveside Rites | by the Maurice Dunn Post | of the American Legion Interment Carroll City Cemetery. DAMN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES Carroll since September, 1965. He was a World War II veteran, serving as a sergeant in the Army from 1942 to 1946 in France, Germany and England. He was a member of the United Methodist Church, the Masonic Lodge and York Rite bodies of the Masonic Lodge, both in South Dakota, and of the V.F.W. at Worthington, Minn. Surviving with his wife are two daughters, Paula of Madrid and Patricia, university student at Long Beach, Calif.; and a son, Perry, at home. Also surviving are his mother, Mrs. Helen Hartzell of South Dakota; three brothers, Harrison Hartzell of Clarendon Hills, III., Robert Hartzell of Albany, Wash., and Warren Hartzell of Belvue, Wash.; and four sisters, Mrs. William (Dorothy) Stark of Yakima, Wash., Mrs. Don (Betty) Lehman of Pinole, Calif., Mrs. Earle (Feme) Crissman of Ipswich and Mrs. Nigel (Gayle) Clark of Vancouver, British Columbia. CARL G. PISCHEL Final rites for Carl George Pischel, 81, of Carroll were held Saturday in Carroll and Jefferson. The Rev. Earl Loudenback, pastor of the Glidden Friends 1 Church, conducted services at 10 a.m. at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll. Mrs.. Carol Kidney was organist, playing "In the Sweet Bye and Bye" as a special selection. The casket was then taken to the Central Christian Church in Jefferson for 2 p.m. services. Officiating with the i Rev. Mr. Loudenback were Pastors Carroll Johnston and Eugene tiorrell. "God Will Take Care of You" and "City Foursquare" were sung by Wendall Wright. Organist was Joyce Kinsman. Pallbearers were Max Butler, Dale Sailer, Dean Walker, Earl Possehn, S. Gail Musgrove and Floyd Myer. Burial was in the Jefferson Cemetery. Mr. Pischel, a retired farmer, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital March 25. MRS. KATHERINE KIES ODEBOLT — Mrs. Katherine Kies, 71, of Odebolt died early Saturday, March 27, at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Grpy.e.. ShejWas.the widow of William Kies, who died in September, 1971. Rites were held at 2 p.m. Monday in Trinity Lutheran Church here, with the Rev. Albert Buelow officiating and burial in the Odebolt Cemetery. The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Odebolt was in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Kies was born Dec. 24, 1904, and was the former Katherine Mohr. She was married to Mr. Kies Feb. 10, 1926, at Ulmer and they farmed north of Odebolt until moving into town in 1951. She had been at the Twilight Acres Care Center, Wall Lake, since last October. Survivors include a son, Arnold of Odebolt; a daughter, Mrs. Leon (Joan) Peterson of Ida Grove; three grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Lizzie Nietzke of Lake View and Mrs. August (Emma) Nutzman of Wall Lake; and a brother, Walter Mohr of Carroll. DONALD L. HILLYER Donald Lowell Hillyer, 67, of 115 W. Ninth St., Carroll, died at St. Anthony Regional Hospital at 6:20 p.m. Friday, March 25, following a brief illness. He was a retired mail carrier for the U.S. Post Office. Funeral services were held at 10:30 a.m.-Monday at the First United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Ernest Larson officiating. Mrs. Michael Davis was organist. A quartet sang "Have Thine Own Way, Lord" and "Abide With Me." Honorary pallbearers were Dr. John Martin, Clyde Bayliss, John Swearingen, Carl Bauerle, Lester Wilke, Merle Schnell, Roy Heuton, Verdis Hansen, Harve'y Carroll and Lambert Winnike. Active pallbearers included Telford Anson, Clarence Spaen, Wayne Daniels, Carroll Scott, Felix Langenfeld and Emory Kennett. Burial was in the Carroll City Cemetery where military honors were accorded by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American'Legion. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Hillyer was a son of Lewis and Emma Horning Hillyer. He was educated and spent his earlier years in COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Alfred C. or Ella A. Weitl, Templeton, Dodge; Merle R. or Bonnie L. Danner, Carroll, Chevrolet; Richard H. or Grace A. Thorton, Glidden, Chevrolet; Charles L. Moore, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Janet C. Pille, Carroll, Pontiac; Charles G. or Helen F. Yager, Coon Rapids, Dodge; Dean Bruning, Breda, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Wilbur J. and Lucile K. Singsank to Wilbur J. and Lucile K. Singsank, Lot 13, Block 1, Bromert Addition, Carroll. Anna Klocke, et al, to Leonard C. Klocke, SW'/4SW'/4, Sec. 4, and N'/4NWV 4 and SE'/iNW'A, Sec. 9, all in Twp. 82 N, Range 34 W. John Thobe to John and LaVonne Thobe, Vi interest in NE'/4, Sec. 15, Twp. 85 N, Range 35W. Vincent and Julie Ricke, et al, to Anthony and Phyllis Anthofer, Lot 5, Irreg. Surv., SE'/4SEV4, Sec. 20, Twp. 84 N, Range 34 W. STATE PATROL Arrested— Harlan J. Underberg, Breda, was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence early Saturday morning by State Trooper Larry Long, Carroll. The arrest was made two miles east of Breda on Carroll County N-20, Long said. Underberg was released on his own recognizance pending an April 5 arraignment. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Car Rolls— Ray (Continued From Page 1) Newton is the logical place to construct-more prison facilities. The House-passed bill, which goes to the Senate,-, suggested that a prison farm at Fort Madison, and other current facilities, be expanded slightly to hold more prisoners. "In theory, it sounds good that we can put a few at a lot of different places," Ray said. "That is not enough. You have to have a reasonable-sized institution." Ray said the initial cost for a new prison at Newton would be hjgher than other approaches being considered, but afterward the cost would be about the same. Meanwhile, a Senate subcommittee has recommended purchasing the Midwestern College campus at Denison and converting it to a medium security prison. The Senate appropriations subcommitte on human resources voted last week to appropriate $2.9 million for the Denison facility. Audubon and moved from there to Carroll in 1945. His marriage to Mrs. Mabel Hodges took place at Carroll April 17,1953. Prior to working for the Post Office he was employed by the Chicago and North Western Railway. He retired from the Post Office in January, 1973. He was a member of First United Methodist Church, the American Legion and the Methodist Men's Club, all at Carroll, and the National Association of Retired Federal Employes. He was a veteran of World War II. Mr. Hillyer is survived by his wife; a sister, Mrs. Herman (Katharyn) Moore of Gardena , Calif.; his stepmother, Mrs. Annetta Hillyer of Long Beach, Calif.; a stepdaughter, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Kennett of Illinois, and three stepgrandchildren. A brother preceded him in death. A car driven by Deborah McHugh, 1512 Birch Ave., Carroll, left Carroll County N-20 just north of Maple River and overturned Saturday night, Deputy Roger O'Tool reported. POLICE DEPARTMENT In 2 Accidents- Dan F. McCourt of Mason City was involved in two accidents Friday. After the first, he was charged with failure to give information and aid and reckless driving, Asst. Chief William Heller and Officer Merlin Reinart said. McCourt's car was in collision with a car driven by Gregory C. Sernett, 269 Bass St., Carroll, the policemen said. The accident was at the U.S. 30-Crawford Street intersection Friday afternoon. The McCourt vehicle collided with a car driven by James W. Rathke, West Des Moines, Friday night on U.S. 71 near West Second Street, police records show. The second accident remains under investigation by Officer ZeneO. Smith. Car-Pickup Accident— A pickup driven by Deborah L. Ferren, 126 W. 18th St., and a car driven by Elsie M. Willenborg, 820 N. West St., both of Carroll, collided Sunday morning at the Carroll-17th Street intersection, Reinart said. Charge Auburn Man— Joseph D. Bachman, Auburn, was charged with following too close after an accident Sunday afternoon on U.S. 30 near Boylan Avenue, Officers David Disburg and Reinart said. Backman's truck collided with a car driven by Norman F. Pudenz, Route 2, Carroll, the officers said. Both were slightly injured, but were not taken to the hospital, the officers said. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Friday— Meta Duribar, taken from St. Anthony Regional Hospital to her Carroll home. Emma Servouss taken from her Carroll home to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Saturday- Clara Schreck, Templeton, taken to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Sunday— Brenda Mock, Des Moines, taken from the Carroll,Police Department to St. Anthony Hospital due to illness. Fred Meister taken from Carroll Manor to St. Anthony Hospital for illness. Kenneth Hoi ley transferred from St. Anthony Hospital to an Omaha hospital. Birth COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Sgt. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider Jr., a son, Sunday at the Air Force Academy Hospital here. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider Sr. of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holder of San Angelo, Tex. Mrs. William Launderville of Carroll Manor is great-grandmother. Sgt. and Mrs. Schneider's address is 6755G, U.S. Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, Colo. 80841. $2,500 Loss in Klocke Fire Damage estimated at $2,500 was caused by a fire at the Alfred Klocke residence, southwest of Carroll early Saturday evening. A shed was destroyed and a corn crib damaged, Klocke said. A trash fire which was thought to be out started the fire, he added. A few minutes after the Carroll Fire Department answered the Klocke alarm, it extinguished a grass fire north of Carroll on Grant Road. Republicans to Harlan for Caucus A delegation of Carroll County Republicans will participate in the Fifth District Republican Caucus in Harlan Saturday, April 3. 'Carroll County Republican Chairman, Dr. Michael J. Hall, said the caucuses, which are being held in the district for the first time, will provide delegates ' 'another opportunity to discuss and refine the party's official position on critical issues we face as lowans and Americans today." Hall, who noted that Carroll County will be represented by 20 delegates, said party officials have been "pleased and encouraged by the response to our precinct caucuses and county conventions, and we anticipate that the same enthusiasm will continue through the district caucuses and state conventions.'' He said that in recent weeks the county Republican organization has "witnessed increased involvement because of increased opportunities to participate in the actual platform development process this year." Dr. Hall said that many of the proposals which will be considered at Saturday's caucus came from the precinct caucuses in January. Discussion of the platform, he said, is expected to be the major topic at the district caucus. The opinions expressed in the district platform, Dr. Hall added, will be-submitted to the State Platform Committee for further consideration and then be presented to delegates to the state statutory convention this summer. In addition to platform discussion, he said delegates to the district caucus will elect two members to the Republican State Central Committee, elect three members to the State Platform Committee and elect district representatives to serve on the committees for the State Statutory Convention in Des Moines on July 17. The district caucus this Saturday will begin at 10 a.m. at the Veterans Auditorium in Harlan. -""• ; : ? , . , : ,.,ff. Oscars . (Continued From Page 1) as a professional triumph. His efforts to see his sons have been thwarted by the Czech government since February 1971, when he made his last visit to his homeland. The boys live with their mother, from whom Forman is separated. ".I left the country legally in 1969. when I came here for a film dear with Paramount," the director said. "I went back twice to visit my family, but then I stayed here after my exit visa expired. "Three years ago I wrote the Czech government in an effort to legalize my living status in the United States. I received no answer. . .. The fact that my sons can come to visit me is a good indication. Now I'm hoping that they will give me an emigration passport so I can return to visit my family and friends." DANCE CLASSES The "popular" dance class for adults will begin Tuesday night at 7:30 p.m. at the American Legion Hall. The Carroll City Recreation Department will offer the free dance classes. Kim Ingerslev and Mary Greteman will be the instructors. Interested adults should attend the first session. For further information call the recreation department at 792-1000. -Staff Photo •• ^~± /* /* • — Porkette Officers — New Carroll County Porkette officers were recently elected. The officers are from left, Mrs. Raymond Drees, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Raymond Peter, president, Lanesboro, and Mrs. Leo Brincks, vice president, Carroll. Mrs. Peter's husband was last year's pork producer president. Briar Cliffs Dean's List Told Several area students were named recently to the Briar Cliff College dean's list for the second term of 1975-76. To be eligible for the dean's list, a full-time student must have a minimum of a 3.5 grade point average out of a possible 4.0. The students and their parents are: Ann Brenny, daughter of the Clarence Brennys, Carroll; Diane and Linda Staiert, daughters of the Edwin Staierts, Carroll; Barbara Hackfort, daughter of the Herman Hackforts. STUDENTSHONORED Many area students were honored for "academic excellence" at the annual Student Honors Banquet, March 20 at Creighton University, Omaha. Among those honored were: Steven B. Schwarzkopf, Lake View, junior in Arts and Sciences; Jill R. Escher, Manning, freshman, Catherine Snyder, Breda, sophomore, and Mary McCabe, Carroll, junior, all in nursing. BOARD TO MEET ...... [The Board of,Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a regular meeting in the office of the superintendent in the high school building in Manning at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 7. LIBRARY MEETING The district meeting of the Iowa Library Association will be held Monday, April 5, in Pocahontas. Librarians and trustees from local library boards across the 19 northwest counties of Iowa will attend. rural Carroll, and Diane Frischmeyer, daughter of the Lawrence Frischmeyers, rural Carroll. Gayle Williams, daughter of the. Virgil Williams, rural Roselle; Sandra Starigl, daughter of the Gaylord Stangls, rural Coon Rapids; Royce Ranniger, son of the Wayne Rannigers, rural Manning, and John Seger, son of th£ J. Richard Segers, Lake View. Prenatal Class Starts April 5 A four-week prenatal class begins April 5 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The class will be held each Monday night in April, starting at 8 p.m. No pre-registration is needed. The class, for expectant mothers and fathers, will deal with topics such as care during pregnancy, labor and delivery and infant care. Classes will be in the hospital's education room. There will be no charge and participants will be accepted from anywhere in the area. IN LORASCONCERT • , Julie Pollastrini gave the narration at the Loras Stage Band performance of "The Seven Stages of Jazz," at Loras College, Dubuque, on Sunday. The concert was part of the Parent's Day activities at the college. Julie is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pollastrini, 418 W. 21st St. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .$4.25 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.40 The Weather IOWA FORECAST Cloudy and cool with occasional rain and possible thundershowers today. Highs in 50s. Cloudy and colder tonight. Occasional rain and a chance of thundershowers east. Lows in low 30s northwest to low 40s southeast. Decreasing cloudiness west Tuesday. Mostly cloudy east. Chance of some light rain northeast in morning. Highs mid 40s northeast to low 50s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday Chance of showers by Friday. Highs the 40s and 50s. Lows the 20s Wednesday, mid 30s to low 40s by Friday. The Weather in Carroll •(Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 65 Yesterday's low 41 .....47 At 10 a.m. today 47 Precipitation (24 hours prior to 10 a.m.) .3 in. of rain. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today ranged from a high of 28 to a low of 18 degrees. This 16-unit apartment building is the Riverview Apartments, being constructed by Goetzinger and Steffes Builders. Riverview Apartments are owned by the Roman Steffes family. The 6.336 square foot building is located on Peeble Lane, just off N. Main Street. When completed, there ..... . r-Staff Photo will be eight one-bedroom apartments and eight two-bedroom apartments. A $200.000 building permit was issued last year for the building. Seven apartment building permits were issued last year in Carroll.

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