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Carroll, Iowa
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•w—y -m f—m -- I Times Herald, Carroll, la. t\ ~M~~V • 1 "M~k "• Deaths, Funerals | .!!;±11!:.Z! Llaily Kecord MRS. ROSE WETZLER Mrs. Rose Wetzler, sister of the late Mrs. Antoinette Dalton of Carroll, died Monday morning. April 5. at the Soldiers and Sailors Home in Grand Island, Neb., where she resided. She was an aunt of Mrs. Margaret Biller. Trudy and Dorothy Dalton of Carroll. Funeral arrangements are pending in Grand Island. MARY HOFFMAN Mary Hoffman, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hoffman of Route 1, Carroll, was stillborn at St. Anthony Regional Hospital Saturday morning, April 3. Services were held at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Cemetery, Willey, with the Rev. James E. Fangman officiating. The baby, whose mother is the former Diane Snyder, is survived also by two sisters, a brother, and grandparents Mrs. Albert Hoffman and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder, all of Carroll, The Twit Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. MRS. ANN PRENDERGAST SAC CITY — Mrs. Ann Prendergast, 83, of Sac City died here Friday, April 2, at Loring Hospital. Rites were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with burial in Oakland Cemetery, all at Sac City: The Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Sac City was in charge of arrangements. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Lloyd Otto of Des Moines, Mrs. John Burke of St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. W.L. Van Eschen of Cedar Rapids; a son. Dr. Robert of Arnold, Neb.; 14 grandchildren and 14 great-grandchildren; and two sisters, Mrs. Rose Naughton of Pocahontas and Mrs. Mona Martens of Spencer. ANTON BUELT Anton Buelt, 63, of Fort Dodge, formerly of Roselle, died at Fort Dodge Saturday, April 3, after a six-month illness. Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Corpus Christ! Catholic Church, Fort Dodge. Arrangements are in the charge of Bruce's Funeral Home, Fort Dodge. Mr. Buelt, was a son of the late Mr.; and 'Mrs'.' Peter Buelt of Roselle. Surviving are ten children; six sisters including Mrs. Elmer Schroer of Carroll; and three brothers, including Ray Buelt of Carroll. DALE C. DEW SAC CITY - Dale C. Dew, 48, of Winfield, La., formerly of Sac City, died at Winfield General Hospital Friday, April 2. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City. Burial will be in Cory Grove Cemetery, also at Sac City. Mr. Dew was born and reared in Sac City and for many years was a jockey. He was a veteran of World War II. - Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Gene (Beth) Cross of Carroll, and a brother, Larry Dew, with the U.S. Air Force in Frankfurt, Germany. JOHN F. BROCKMANN ARCADIA — John Fred Brockmann, 92, of Arcadia died early Monday, April 5, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, where he had been a patient for about two weeks. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at Zion Lutheran Church, Arcadia, with the Rev. L.W. Sawhill officiating. Grandsons will be pallbearers; burial will be in the Westside Cemetery. Friends may call at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Mr, Brockman was a retired farmer. He was born in Washington township, Carroll County, Aug. 22. 1883, a son of Mary Hoffman Infant daughter of Mr. & Mrs. Clifford Hoffman, Rt. 1, Carroll. Graveside services were held 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Mary's Cemetery, Willey, Father James E. Fangman, officiating. TWIT John and Sophie Luchau Brockmann. On Feb. 17,1909, he married Emma Neumann at Zion Lutheran Church here, and for 61 years they lived on a farm 3'>.> miles south of Westside. They moved into Arcadia in November, 1969, and on Feb. 17 of this year, celebrated their 67th wedding anniversary. He was a lifetime member of Zion Lutheran Church, Arcadia. Surviving with his wife are two daughters, Mrs. Walter J. (Edna) Bruggeman of Manilla and Mrs. Gilbert (Ethel) Rowedder of Fountain Hills, Ariz.; six grandchildren and six great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Sophie Schuette of Carroll and Mrs. Josephine Schuette of Arcadia; a brother, Walter Brockmann of Carroll; and a niece, Mrs. William Anson of Arlington, Neb., who had made her home with the Brockmanns. Mr. Brockmann was preceded in death by a brother, Gerhard Brockmann; a sister, Hulda Brockmann; and another brother in infancy. JESS M. LOOMIS SCRANTON - Funeral services for Jess Morton Loomis, 87, of Scranton were held here at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Church of Christ here. The -Rev. Dan King officiated. Leone Richardson was organist and Robert Reck sang "How Great Thou Art" and "In the Garden." Pallbearers were Dennis Gibson, Dean Gibson, Donald Gibson, Harold McDonald, Lyle McDonald and Ralph McDonald. Honorary pallbearers were Brunett Legore, Gardner Fey, Gene Walker, Paul Foster, Ralph Whitever, Daniel Petersen, John Lawrence and George Seaman. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery, under direction of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton. Mr. Loomis, a retired farmer, died at his home April 1. CLYDE H. BROWN KIRON — Clyde H. Brown, 72, of Kiron died at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Grove, Sunday, April 4. Rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the United Methodist Church in Odebolt, 'with burial in the Odebolt' Cemetery. The Rev. Thomas Woodin will officiate. Arrangements are in the charge of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, West Chapel, Odebolt. Mr. Brown was born in Ida County July 27, 1903. and was married to Kathryn Jungert March 4,1925. at Sac City. Surviving are his wife; a son, Russell of Kiron: a daughter. Mrs. Leslie (Ruth) Friedrichsen of Des Moines; three grandsons: a brother. Joseph Brown Jr. of Burbank. Calif.; and a sister. Mrs. Bill (Agnes) Hamilton of Glendale, Calif. MRS. GEORGE HILBURN ODEBOLT — Mrs. George (Doris) Hilburn, 69, wife of Odebolt's mayor, died at her home here Sunday morning, April 4. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the United Methodist Church in Odebolt, with the Rev. Thomas Woodin officiating. Burial will be at Nevada, Iowa. Friends may call at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, east chapel. Odebolt. Mrs. Hilburn's survivors, besides her husband, include a daughter, Mrs. Merle (Patricia) Applegate of Greeley, Colo.; two grandsons and a great-grandson; three sisters, Mrs. Harold (Irene) Handsacker of Nevada, Mrs. Ralph (Elizabeth) Hitchings of Greeley, and Mrs. Marcellus (Ruth) Sowers of Wichita, Kan.; and a brother, Robert Proctor of Redding, Calif. Mrs. Hilburn was born in Story County April 24, 1906, and was married to Mr. Hilburn April 14, 1926, in Iowa Falls, She taught rural schools in Story. Sac and Ida County and for four years at Zearing. They moved to Odebolt in 1932. Sac and Ida County and for four years at Zearing. They moved to Odebolt in 1932. MRS. IDA EINSPAHR ODEBOLT — Mrs. Ida Einspahr, 81, of Odebolt died Friday, April 2, at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Grove. Services were held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Odebolt, with burial in the Odebolt Cemetery. The Rev. Sheridan Mallott officiated. Mrs. Einspahr was the Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 4.28 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.41 Oats 1.40 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)(USDA)— Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 5,000; barrows and gilts active after slow opening, 1.00-1.50 higher, instances 1.75 up; U.S. 1-3, 200-240 Ib 47.5048.00; sows firm to 25 higher; 325-600 Ib 41.25-41.75, those at latter top mainly 500 Ib and heavier; some around 325 Ib 43.00. Cattle and calves: 5,500; slaughter steers and heifer moderately active, 50-1.00 higher; cows fairly active, also 50-1.00 higher; a load and part load choice 1,100-1,225 Ib steers 40.25-40.50; choice 975-1,300 Ib 38.50^0.00, some at outside price with few prime; choice 875-1,050 Ib heifers 37.50-39.00, some at outside price with few prime; utility and commercial cows 28.50-31.50, a few utility 32.00; canner and cutter 22.50-28.50. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USDA) Iowa - southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Monday 60,000; actual receipts Friday 53,000; Saturday 17,000; week ago 88,000; year ago 84,000. Butchers 75-1.00 higher than midsession Friday; trade slow; demand good; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 45.50-46.00; plants 46.00-46.50. few 47.00; sows steady to 50 higher, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 40.00-41.50. Jaycees and Jaycee Ettes Are Honored Mrs. Jim Center was elected treasurer of the Jaycee Ette Region 8 at the spring regional contest for the Jaycees and Jaycee Ettes on Sunday. Doyle Beeber was elected vice president of the region and Jim Center received a presidential honor for being an outstanding vice president of the region. Mrs. Doyle Beeber presented a "speak-up" speech. She will advance to state Jaycee Ette competition on April 30 in Ames at the state'convention 4 . '"•''. At the Jaycee Ette regular monthly meeting Thursday, Chuck Vestal and Linda Wigness presented a talk on the Red Cross Bloodmobile. The Jaycee Ette Club is chairing the Bloodmobile for this year. The next Bloodmobile visit to Carroll will be May 4. Gladys Kinnan, Ralston, has been hired as-a cook for the Carroll congregate meal site for senior citizens. The Jaycee Ettes sponsor the meal program. The Jaycee Ette club had three new members initiated at the meeting. They are Mrs. Jack Hauser, Mrs. Glenn Odell and Mary Lou Rutten. The Jaycee Ette screening will be April 10 from 1-3 p.m. at the Carroll Farm Bureau Building. The Region 8 Jaycees decided to have a "bathtub race" in Gowrie. The proceeds will be donated to New Hope Village. Chinese (Continued From Page 1) picked by Chou as his successor. The premier died Jan. 8 of cancer at the age of 78. Security chief Hua Kuo-feng was named acting premier. Teng. purged during the Great Cultural Revolution in the late 1960s and brought back to power in 1973 by Chou, has not been heard from since Jan. 15. when he delivered the eulogy at Chou's funeral. " The mass demonstration of grief for Chou was part of Ching Ming, a festival honoring the dead. An estimated 60,000 to 70,000 persons went Sunday to Tien An Men, Peking's main square, to pile paper wreaths, banners and flowers dedicated to the dead premier before the Martyrs' Monument in the center of the square. When crowds returned to the square today, they found the tributes gone. widow of Fred J. Einspahr. They were married Jan. 22. 1913, at Sac City and farmed southwest of Odebolt until moving into town in December, 1974. She is survived by a son, Robert, of Odebolt, two grandchildren and one great-grandchild. COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Charles J. or Louise S. Kennebeck, Carroll, Chevrolet; Steven D. Schaefer. Carroll, Ford; Roger D. Knute, Ralston, Ford, and Garst and Thomas Hybrid Corn Co., Coon Rapids, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- James L. and Patricia A. Pietig to Orville J. and Marie B. Murphy, Lot 2, Block 1, Buchheit Addition, Carroll. Allen W. and Nancy L. Pudenz to Lloyd Kline, Lot 7 of Park Lot, Albertson's First Addition, Carroll. Steve and Shirley Meggers to Patrick R. and Carlene A. Moehn. part of Lot 8, Block 4, Maple Park, Carroll. Herman J. and Alita M. Bauer to Herman J. Bauer, NE'/i, Section 5, Twp. 82N, Range 34W. Estate of Josephine Kennebeck to John J. and Patricia Halbur, part of N'/aSW'/t, Section 14, Twp. 83N, Range 34W. Estate of Josephine Kennebeck to LouElla and John Saam, part of N'^SW/j and part of SE'/iNWVj, Sec. 14, Twp. 83N, Range 34W. Estate of Josephine M. Wiederhold to Herbert Pudenz, Inc., part of NE'/4, Sec. 35. Twp. 85N, Range 35W. Clarice M. Wiederhold and Leona Bielmaier, to Herbert Pudenz. Inc., part of NE'-i, Sec. 35. Twp. 85N, Range 35W. Leona Bielmaier to Herbert Pudenz, Inc., part of NEVi, Sec. 35, Twp. 85N, Range 35W. Dennis C. and Sandra E. Wurr to Dennis C. and Sandra E. Wurr, W'^SE'a. Sec. 36. Twp. 82N, Range 33W. License to Wed— Thomas J. Goetzinger. 20. and Lu Ann M. Gehling, 19, both of Carroll. CARROLL COUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Friday- Donna Platt, Glidden, taken to St. Anthony Regional Hospital for illness. Matt Stork, taken to his Carroll home from St. Anthony Hospital. Sunday- Helen Jeffrey taken from the Carroll Health Center to St. Anthony Hospital for illness. Edwin Knobbe. taken from his Carroll home to St. Anthony Hospital due to .illness. MAGISTRATE COURT Found Guilty- Susan Comito, 248 Hillcrest Drive, Robin Wright, 322 W. Seventh St. and Donna Nees, 205. E. First St. were found guilty Friday by Magistrate Raymond Snook. The three were sentenced to three days in the Carroll County Jail. They were charged with tampering and injury to"a vehicle Jan. 23 by Police Officers William Croghan and David Disburg. The decision • Insurance (Continued From Page 1) Franck. Mundt arid Neppe, Denison, is attorney for the companies. The October early morning fire started soon after Sir Patrick's closed for the day. Donald A. Schon, Route 2. Glidden, had been charged with arson in connection with the fire, but the case was dismissed in January because of results of a lie detector test, an engineer's statements and absence of a motive. No one else had been charged. The insurance companies' suit asks the court to determine the "duties and obligations" of the companies in the case and asks for a judgment saying the companies have "no obligation to pay any sum now or hereafter adjudged" in connection with the fire. The suit also alleges that Sir Patrick's did not provide a written proof of loss within the 60-day requirement contained in the policies. Jan. 22 was when the companies said they received the statement, has been appealed to District Court, said William Comito, father of Susan Comito. The Comitos plan to file a suit against Carroll, Comito said. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Motorcycle Accident- Robert J. Haberl of rural Carroll was injured in a motorcycle accident Sunday a quarter of a mile north of Maple River, Deputy Roger O'Tool reported. Haberl was taken to St. Anthony Regional Hospital by Carroll County Ambulance. He was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control. He was listed in fair condition Monday morning. Loses Control— A car driven by Gary P. Beyerink, rural Carroll, went into a ditch three and one-half miles northwest of Carroll near County N20 late Saturday night, Deputy John Hays reported. Beyerink was charged with failure to have his vehicle under control. Two-Car Collision- Cars driven by Raymond J. Beck, 1321 N. Main St., Carroll* and Matthew G. Bauer Jr.,rural Carroll, were in collision Sunday afternoon on County N38 near Arthur N. Neu Airport, Deputy Doug Bass reported. POLICE DEPARTMENT Strikes Parked Car— A car driven by Murl Brafford, 1734 Pike Ave., Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Hedwig Wanninger, 1747 Birch Ave., Carroll, . Friday morning on Birch Avenue, Officer Merlin Reinart reported. It's the Law— Persons cannot ride bicycles on sidewalks in Carroll, except on walks adjoining their residential lot, according to the city code. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 1— Mrs. Larry Anthofer, Templeton Jill Tiefenthaler, Carroll 'Admissions April 2— Mrs. Lowell Platt. Glidden Paul Harms, Lanesboro Scott P. Nepple, Templeton Mark E. Hackmeister, Coon Rapids Kevin D. Wiederin, Carroll Joshua E. Meyer, Logan Christopher Schultes, Exira Betty.. J. Rettenmaier. Breda Admissions April 3— Joseph H. Mosman, Carroll Mrs. Jacob Thielen, Exira Ray E. Belt Sr., Wall Lake Births- Mr, and Mrs. Melvin Ludwig. Auburn, a son, Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hinners, Arcadia, a son, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. David Moe. Carroll, a son, Friday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sondgeroth. Scranton, a son, Friday Fire Damages Iowa School PLEASANT VALLEY, Iowa (AP) — Fire damaged Pleasant Valley High School early Monday, and local authorities summoned investigators from the state fire marshal's office. • GIRLSTATER Times Herald News Service AUDUBON - The Audubon American Legion Auxiliary has selected Julie Mortensen, an Audubon High school junior, as the unit's delegate to Hawkeye Girls State. Julie is the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Ron Mortensen. Girls State will be held June 5 through 12 in Cedar Falls. BOWLING MEETING The annual spring meeting of the Carroll Woman's Bowling Association will be held at 8 p.m. Monday, April 5. at the Red Carpet Lounge. The agenda will include election of officers, banquet preparations and a report on the 45th annual meeting of the IWBA. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear tonight. Lows 30s north arid east to low 40s west. Some increase in cloudiness Tuesday. Highs upper 50s east to 60s west. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday Through Friday Fair with highs in the 60s and lows in the 40s. MOSTLY SUNNY The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 64 Yesterday's low : 30 At 7a.m. today 38 At 58 Weather A Year Ago- Temperatures varried from a high of 48 to a low of 30 degrees a .year ago today in Carroll. Ernest Gilson Ernest Gilson Candidate for Representative Ernest Gilson, Bay'ard government and history teacher; football and track coach, will seek the nomination as the Democratic candidate for State Representative from the 56th District. A native of Guthrie Center where he graduated from high school in 1949, Gilson has been on the faculty of the Bayard High School 10 years. Gilson earned his bachelors degree from Northwest Missouri State University at Maryville. During four years in the Air Force, Gilson played football with a service team for three seasons. Prior to coming to Bayard. Gilson taught in several Missouri schools. The 56th District is now served by Bill Hutchins, Guthrie Center Democrat, who recently announced that he will be a candidate for the State Senate from the 28th District. The 56th House District includes the western part of Guthrie County, most of Audubon'and portions of Greene. Carroll, Crawford, Shelby and Cass Counties. Gilson is married and is the father of two sons and a daughter. He is the son of Mrs. Lula Gilson and the late Jimmy Gilson/a member of the first Iowa Highway Patrol. Gilson says he has an interest in people and will strive to help preserve the better life in rural and small town Iowa. "If elected, I will do everything possible to curb the ever growing power of state government and I will ;• wbrk to return'government to local agencies;" Gilson said. "And." he concluded. "This will include an attempt to return school authority to local boards." Gilson is a member of the American Legion, is a Methodist and belongs to the Iowa Football Coaches Association. 'Jury Rules for Deere and Dealer Vincent Kohorst of Arcadia Friday lost his. attempt to collect damages from the John Deere Co. and an Adair implement dealer in Carroll County District Court. A jury returned the verdict at 3:43 p.m. after reqeiving the case from Judge James C. Smith, Carroll, at noon. Kohorst had asked $35.500 from the companies, according to James Van Dyke, attorney for the companies. John Deere and the Faga Implement Co., Inc., Adair, were granted $7',754.98 by Smith during the trial for what the companies said Kohorst owed them in payments for the equipment. The judgment by Smith settled the original suit, which the companies had brought against Kohorst. 'However, Kohorst's cross-petition alleging a breach of warranties went to the jury, which ruled in favor of John Deere and Faga, saying that the companies did not break the warranty agreements. : The original suit brought by the companies said a John Deere tractor and combine were purchased by Kohorst Oct. 1. 1973. and he had not completed payments. Fumes Cause an Evacuation STORY CITY. Iowa (AP) Several families were evacuated from the area around a Farmer's Co-op fertilizer plant here Sunday night after a leak developed in an anhydrous ammonia tank, authorities said. Police and fire fighters investigated the leak and residents were allowed to return to their homes after about three hours. The cause of the leak was not-determined. r Briefly Truck Strike Ends ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, 111. (AP) — Teamsters union truck drivers returned to the roads today, but trucking industry leaders say the settlement that ended their three-day nationwide strike is going to cost the public money. The agreement, reached Saturday night, now goes to the rank-and-file for ratification. It was recommended unanimously by union negotiators. A simple majority is needed for approval, a Teamsters spokesman said, and results of the mail balloting will be available in two to three weeks. Meanwhile, officials at union locals throughout the country reported their members returning to work. Plans by General Motors Corp. and other auto manufacturers to shut down several plants today if the strike conMnued were canceled, although one GM plant will rema n closed because of a shortage of parts. ICC Revokes Licenses of Elevator Co. DES MOINES — The Iowa State Commerce Commission Friday issued an order revoking all of the grain dealer and warehouse licenses of Crawford Elevator Company of Ida Grove. Crawford Elevator Company operates elevators at Ida Grove., Storm Lake and Gushing. The Commission's order also cancelled a hearing on revocation scheduled for April 6, after Crawford Elevator' Company filed a written motion waiving its right to hearing, requesting that the licenses be revoked, and admitting several violatiqns of the Iowa Warehouse and Grain Dealers law. The Commission's recent examination of Crawford's facilities at Ida Grove and Storm Lake disclosed substantial deficiencies in grade and condition of grain in storage and that further serious deterioration would result if such grain were not promptly removed from the facilities. The Commission examination also disclosed measured shortages of grain at both the Ida Grove and Storm Lake facilities as follows: Ida Grove, a shortage of approximately 81,000 bushels of corn and nearly 8,000 bushels of soybeans; and at Storm Lake, a shortage of approximately 9,000 bushels of corn and nearly 2,000 bushels of soybeans. The Commission had previously determined that there was no shortage at that facility. The Commission revoked the licenses for several violations of the Iowa Warehouse and Grain Dealers Laws, including the shortages, the failure of Crawford to pay for purchased grain, the failure of Crawford to- maintain complete and accurage records and the failure to file copies of warehouse receipts'and deferred payment contracts with the Commission. As a result of the shortages, the Commission determined that it would be equitable, to release to depositors the remaining grain in storage at Ida Grove and Storm Lake on a pro rata basis based upon the ratio of the measured inventory to the total obligations at each facility. The Commission order directed that such grain be delivered to depositors under the supervision of the Commission Warehouse Division. A Commission spokesman stated that claims against Crawford Elevator Company's grain dealers' bonds in an amount of $15,000 at each facility must be filed within 120 days. The official also suggested that claims against the $202,000 warehouse bond be filed promptly. * Caucuses (Continued From Page 1) met law and opposing the sale of wine in grocery stores. Abortion was the hot issue at the 6th District caucus held at Storm Lake. On the only role call vote, the delegates defeated a resolution to make abortion illegal except to save the mother's life. A proposed plank favoring' capital punishment for premeditated murder was approved without debate. The dejegates also elected members of the GOP state central committee. The only new •member was Diana Stadmueller of rural Monticello in the 2nd District, Other committee members were: 1st District — John Axel. Muscatine; Jane Eastin. Bettendorf. 2nd District — Tom Tauke. Dubuque. 3rd District — Roger Pease, Kiwanis Hears Talk on Norway, West Germany A slide show and talk by Lucile Buchanan on her travels to Norway and West Germany was presented at the Kiwanis Club meeting Monday morning. She stressed the German people took pride in their older homes built in the 1800s and in the old royal palaces maintained by tax monies. President Resse Abbe announced the club will participate in a "food fast" during the week of March 11-18. During the week one meal a day will be omitted by the club members. The Monday morning breakfast will be skipped and the funds usually spent on the meal will be donated to C.R.O.P., an organization for underdeveloped countries. The regular Monday meeting will be held. The Kiwanis Airport Appreciation Day will be June 13. The day will feature a fly-in breakfast and the new airport hangar will be dedicated. The Kiwanis and Kweens have been working in the St. Anthony Regional Hospital coffee shop and reception desk on ro^f-nt Saturday nights. Waterloo; Teeny Schuler, Clear Lake. 4th District — Pat Bain, Des Moines; Joh'n Tone, Ottumwa. 5th District — Rick Morain. Jefferson; Marge Askew, Thurman. 6th District — Hubert S c h u 11 z , Sanborn; Rachel Evans, Fort Dodge. To Attend GOP Workshop LAKE CITY - Loretta Belsheim of Lake City will be among the participants at the Republican campaign workshop in Des Moines Saturday, April 10. Belsheim, who announced her candidacy for the Republican nomination in House District No. 47 last month, said she accepted the invitation to participate in the workshop to "become better acquainted with the basic campaign techniques which will ensure that we have an effective campaign this year." District No. 47 includes all of Calhoun County, the southern 3 /* of Pocahontas County, Townships of Coon Valley and Wall Lake in Sac County, Kniest, Sheridan, and Jasper Townships of Carroll and Cedar and Highland Townships of Greene County. TO HAVE SURGERY GLIDDEN — Mrs. Dwight Wine of Glidden will undergo major surgery Tuesday at Mary Greeley Hospital, Ames, and expects to be hospitalized four or five days. CHILDREN'S CLINIC A cardiac health clinic for children and youth who have had rheumatic fever or who have heart problems will be held in Fort Dodge May 6. 1976. Cardiologists from the University of Iowa will conduct the examinations. All services are free and nondiscriminatory; including necessary laboratory and x-ray examinations. Residents of'the following counties are served by this clinic: Boone. Calhoun, Carroll. Greene. Hamilton, Hancock, Hardin, Humboldt, Palo Alto. Pocahontas. Story, Webster. Wright.

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