Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 8, 1976 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 8, 1976
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Deaths, Funerals] HEIDI REIMAN Heidi Reiman. infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reiman of Carroll, died at 9 p.m. Wednesday, April 7, at Children's Hospital, Omaha, Neb. Prayer services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Sharp Funeral Home, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff officiating. Interment will be in Ml. Olivet Cemetery. The baby was born a( St. Anthony Regional Hospital on April 5. Besides her parents, she is survived by her twin sister, Heather; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Golwitzer and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Reiman of Carroll; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Reiman of Auburn and Mrs. Gladys Sapp of Denison. MRS. EDNA DAVIS COON RAPIDS — Mrs. Edna Davis, 70, of Coon Rapids died unexpectedly early Wednesday, April 7, after being taken by ambulance to the Greene County Memorial Hospital in Jefferson. She was the widow of Boyd Davis. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church here, with burial in Oakhill Cemetery. The Rev. Alfred E. Rau will officiate. Mr. and Mrs. Sam' Cretsinger will sing; organist will be Lulu Games. Pallbearers will be Arnold Thomas, Bill Davis, Alfred Parker, Jake Bell, Kenneth Belts and Ted Mozena. Arrangements are in the charge of the Ohde Funeral Home, Coon Rapids, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday. Mrs. Davis worked for many years at the Garst Store in Coon Rapids. She was born at Dysart Nov. 10, 1905, a daughter of Herman and Elizabeth Mathern Clough. Her marriage to Mr. Boyd took olace Feb. 8, 1922, and lummy] KpieitrtV j:«RBOLL. IOW> . 792.9096 (STARTS THURSDAY for 7 DAYS APRIL 8 Thru 14 Sun, 2:00 ft 4:30, 7:00 * 9.05 STARTS THURSDAY for 7 Days . APRIL 8 Thru 14 Evei. at 7; 15 I. 9'.15 p.m. Sal. Matinee Once 2:00 Sun. 1:15, 3:15, 5:15, 7:15, 9:15 •IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHjjIlllllllllllllllllll ||f ~~ COWMAN BUCK WDONKNOTTl ANDTOvuHnrro V- \ hilarious LDisney L Fun! UKE CITY * 464-3040 Thursday-Friday-Saturday Only, April 8-9-10 Eves. At 7:00 1 9:00 Sun. At 2:00, 7:00, 9:00 THE ORIGINAL! TOM LAUGHLIN DELORESJAYLOR (PGl Billy Jack STARTS THURSDAY for 7 Days APRIL 8 Thru 14 Ev.ningi At 7 X 9 P.M SUN. MAT. ONCE 2:00 P.M. ZJ MMNKNOm ANDTMrUMrlTTO I •Mliiiilllllmiilllliiiiilllliiiiillliiiiiillllniiim they made their home here. She was a member of the United Methodist Church. She is survived by nieces, nephews and two sisters-in-law, Mable Martin of Garwin and Nell Liskvist of Hayward. Wis. Preceding her in death besides her husband, who died about a year ago, were a sister and four brothers. MRS. DARYL BRAUCKMAN Mrs. Daryl Brauckman, 24, of North Briar Trailer Court, Grundy Center, died of a kidney condition April 4 at the Grundy Memorial Hospital, where she had been a patient for only 12 hours. She was a former Carroll resident. Funeral services were held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the Bethany Presbyterian Church in Grundy Center, with burial there in Rose Hill Cemetery. Mrs. Brauckman was the former Linda Huisman, daughter of Raymond and Charlotte Wagoner Huisman. She was born July 8, 1951, in Grundy Center, and graduated from Wellsburg High School in 1969. On Jan. 12, 1974, she married Mr. Brauckman, of Glidden, at Lidderdale and they lived in Carroll until moving to Grundy Center in March, 1975. She was a member of the Bethany Presbyterian Church. A memorial fund has been established. Immediate survivors include her hsuband, parents and brothers, Jerry and James Huisman, all of Grundy Center. EDWARD H. GRETEMAN Edward H. Greteman, 91, of Roswell, N.M., formerly of this area, died April 3 in a Roswell hospital. Services were held at 10 a.m. in St. Matthew's Catholic Church at Canute, Okla. Burial was in St. Francis Cemetery at Canute. Mr. Greteman, son of Eberhart and Elizabeth Greteman, was born at Willey July 13,1884, and moved to the Canute area with his parents in 1902. On Jan. 24, 1911, he married Theresia Flies, who died Dec. 6, 1967. He was a „ longtime resident of the Foss, Okla., community until moving to Roswell about three years ago to make his home with a son, Joe. He was a member of the Catholic Church., Survivors include two sons, Joe of Roswell and Edwin of Torrance, Calif.; five daughters, Mrs. William (Francis) Kirland of Temple City, Calif., Elizabeth Larsen of Roswell, Mrs. Byron (Viola) Joyce of Canute, Mrs. Jack (Agnes) Ward of Hobbs, N.M., and Mrs. Raymond (Delia Mae) Walters of Elk City, Okla.; 16 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. He was the last of a family of 10 children. Besides his wife, three grandsons and a great-granddaughter preceded him in death. CHISHOLM TO SPEAK PELLA. Iowa (AP)—Rep. Shirley Chisholm'. D-N.Y.. will speak April 12 at Central College under the sponsorship of the Cultural Affairs Committee. TimM Herald, Carroll, la. A Thunday, Aprils, 1976 2. Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 $4.33 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.40 Episcopal Guild Plans Spring Events Mrs. Leighton Wederath was hostess for the monthly meeting of Trinity Guild of Episcopal Churchwomen at her home Wednesday night. The group of ten participated in a house mass, led by the Rev. Thomas Gray, prior to the business session. Plans were finalized for the Guild's rummage sale on May 7, from 9 a.m. until noon, at the church. The east entrance is to be used. Members were reminded of the house mass at the George Towers residence on Tuesday, April 20. The in-gathering of the United Thank Offering is planned for May 2. The Guild's last meeting of the season will be at Mrs. James Copeland's home in Jefferson at 10 a.m. May 13 and will feature a pot luck salad luncheon. Mrs. S.L. Sherman presented the lesson, opening with a quotation from Tennyson, "More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of." She then read several short prayers by various authors, concluding with Peter Marshall. Members then discussed various types of prayers and preferred ways of meditation. A trend of concern for others was also brought up in the discussion. Windschitl's Condition is Still Serious Steve Windschitl, 17, 204 Ridgewood Drive, remained in serious condition at Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital, Omaha, late Thursday morning, hospital authorities said. He and Ronald W. Smith, 18, 241 Ridgewood Drive, were injured when their bicycles and a tractor driven by Roman Steffes, 120 S. Adams St., collided at the intersection of South Main Street and, Peeble Lane, late Tuesday afternoon. Smith was released from St. Anthony Regional Hospital Thursday morning. Both youths were taken to the Carroll Hospital following the Tuesday accident. Windshitl was transferred by Carroll County Ambulance to the Omaha hospital. • China (Continued From Page 1) streets" Wednesday night, the report said. "Citizens appeared baffled at the developments." Peking's first official report on the violence Monday was issued Wednesday night by Hsinhua, the official Chinese news agency. Manning Board to Sell Old School Site Leon M. Louis Carroll - Age 64 Rosary Thursday at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Mass of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Friday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Final Resting Place Ml. Olivet Cemetery TWIT Heidi Reiman Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Reiman, Carroll Proyer Service 2 p.rrL Friday at Sharp Funeral Home Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff Interment: Ml. Olivet Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 years SAVE NOW ON TREES - SHRUBS CARROLL DEMOLAY BOYS are selling trees and shrubs in cooperation with the Carroll Nursery as a fund raising project. You Receive a 10 savings from regular nur- , sery prices if purchased from a DeMolay boy. Ph.: 792-4344 or 2621 after 5 and have a DeMolay boy show you the catalog and prices. Order must be turned in by a DeMolay boy to qualify for the 10% savings. s ~>CfP^ ^f By Staff Writer MANNING - The old Manning elementary school site will be sold at public auction in six parcels June 6 at 2 p.m., Richard Crandall, school board secretary reported Thursday. The Manning Community School District Board of Education authorized Crandatl to sell the land, located northeast of here, Wednesday night. Wayne Curlile, elementary and junior high principal, was directed to request bids for book shelving, a card cabinet and carpeting for a possible elementary library. The board is looking into a library for the elementary section. Crandall said. The board rehired noncertified personnel — cooks, bus drivers and custodians. Most will receive a 28 cents per hour pay raise. New noncertified personnel will receive 10 cents an hour less than their previously hired counterparts, the secretary said. The salaries of substitute teachers were raised from $20 to $25 per day. Substitutes will receive $30 per day after their 10th .straight day of working. The pay will be retroactive to their first day of work. Mrs. Allen Wiese was hired as head cook at $2.92 an hour. Marlene Siepker was hired as a regular cook at $2.38 an hour. The board approved Manning's FFA Chapter leasing 25 acres from Arlo Damman to use as a test plot. Kenneth Stripling and Michael Bates were hired as summer driver education instructors. Former high school basketball coach and social studies teacher. John Morey, was rehired as a guidance counselor. Vern Deters had his contract changed to girls assistant high school basketball coach. He had been the boys junior high coach. Two applications for next year mid-term graduations were accepted by the board from Larry Sturm and Richard Stoberl. Students Lynn and Paul Christiansen were granted work release permits for this spring. Directors Joel Wright, Jack Lorenzen and Superintendent Paul Bjdrkgren were named to a committee to formulate duties of the school administrators. The committee will provide methods of evaluating the administrators and also will report to the board. Daily Record COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Gilbert T. Phillips, Manning, Chevrolet; Frederick H. or Arlene R. Rudi, Glidden, Pontiac; C.L. Siemann, Carroll, Honda; Alan Tiefenthaler, Breda, Ford; Robert E. or Mary Lou Ware, Carroll, Easter Egg Hunt Apr. 17 at Swan Lake Children will be searching the Swan Lake area at the annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Eastside Shelterhouse at 1:30 p.m. April 17. Children age 12 and under will participate in the three age,.divisions., Bill.Hammen Jr., Jaycee egg h'urit chairman '•;sai.d,.The candy,eggs will be hidden by the Carroll Jaycees and Explorer Scouts. Funds for the Easter Egg Hunt were donated by four Carroll financial institutions. • Ambulance (Continued From Page 1) available to anyone interested and able to pay the tuition. The course has a 15 student minimum. EMTs could receive recerti- fication training during this class, Cruchelow said. The service has had problems with EMTs missing their twice-a-mpnth recertification classes, he added. He would hate to see some of the EMTs lose their certification because they missed a few classes, Cruchelow said. EMTs need 24 hours of training yearly to recertify themselves for a three-year period. The director told the commission there is a bill in the Iowa House of Representatives that would allow ambulance attendant's and firemen to have a blue emergency light flashing on a private vehicle while enroute to a call. Presently, only firemen can use the blue lights. Cruchelow said. "I feel ambulance services are just as much in need of the blue light as are fire departments," the director said. The service paid $200 along with trade ins for four new tires with a 40,000-mile guarantee, for the one-year- old Cadillac ambulance, Cruchelow reported. The ambulance has 26,000 miles on it. Cruchelow recommended- the Carroll Fire Department buy a rescue truck similar to one used by. the Manning department. Manning's vehicle is equipped with all kinds of medical and safety equipment. All the commissioners from • the other cities reported their communities were pleased with the ambulance service. Robert Blincow, St. Anthony Re gional Hospital administrator, said he was appreciative of the ambulance service, said Commissioner Walter Koster, Breda. The next meeting will be July 7 at 8 p.m. in the court house. Chevrolet; Richard E. Wernimont, Lidderdale, Chevrolet, and Rotert Construction, Halbur, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Virginia L. and Wilfred H. Wernimont to Melvin T. and Bernice Steinkamp, et al, part of NW Fr. '/4 and W&NE'Xi, Sec. 18, Twp. 84N, Range 36W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by William D. Hammen, 426 S. Main St. and Bradley Knott, 1503 Birch Ave., both of Carroll, were in collision Wednesday night at the intersection of Court Street and llth Street, Officers David Disburg and Zene Smith reported. Charges were still pending Thursday morning. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births— . Mr. and Mrs. Randy Wegner. Coon Rapids, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sporrer, Dedham. a daughter. Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Eldon A.- Ludwig, Lake City, a son Thursday Three Pairs Are Winners Mrs. H.J. Traner and Mrs. Allen Stroh tied with Mrs. H.K. Richardson and Mrs. Ralph Crane for top honors at the Wednesday evening games of the Carroll Duplicate Bridge Club. Second place w'ent to Dr. and Mrs. Karl Hoffman. The group played at the IPS community room, where the next evening games will be held on April 21. Charged With Embezzlement MELVIN, Iowa (AP) - A Melvin man has been charged with embezzling funds from the Melvin State Bank here. The Osceola County sheriff's office identified the man as David Benz, 30. a bookkeeper and assistant cashier at the bank. The exact amount Benz is accused of embezzling was not immediately known, but Sheriff Robert Rplfes estimated it at between $'15.000 and $20.000. Benz is being held in the Osceola County jail at Si.bley without bond pending a court appearance. CDA Names Winners In Contests Winners in a poetry and poster contest, sponsored in Carroll County schools by Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, were announced at the court's regular meeting in the KChall •here Wednesday night. Contest theme was "Our Catholic Heritage." . Mary Costello of Vail won first .place in the poetry contest. Other winners . included Karen Knobbe and 1 Sharon Roster of Breda and Kenny Knobbe of Auburn. , First place in the poster division went to Kim Ocken of Arcadia. Donna Gallagher of Vail, Judy Leiting of Arcadia, Jane Boes, Sharon Schultz and Randy Snyder of Breda also received poster prizes. The prizes were $5, $2 and $1. Contest co-chairmen were Mrs. Joe Staiert and Mrs. '•• Colette Bock. Seventy members attended the meeting which began with a dinner served at tables decorated with Easter eggs and bunnies. Mrs. Art Pottebaum and Rita Pottebaum headed the dinner committee. Eight women were honored at the April birthday table. Mrs. Leonard Madigan, regent, conducted the business meeting. A new class of memb'ers, designated as the "Bicentennial Class," will be received during a 7 p.m. mass at St. Lawrence Church on May 5. The women were reminded of the mother-daughter breakfast April 25 at the Elks' Club following a 10 a.m. mass at Holy Spirit Church. Irene Schleisman received the door prize.-Bingo was played for entertainment. Daily Grain DESMOINES,Iowa(AP)Corn and soybean prices per bushel paid to Iowa farmers at the close of business Wednesday. 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 4.324.39 N. Central 2.41-2.46 4.33-4.43 Northeast 2.40-2.52 4.37-4.50. Southwest 2.33-2.42 4.22-4.39 S. Central 2.38-2.47 4.38-4.42 Southeast 2.48-2.56 4.45-4.55 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Soybean and wheat futures advanced on the Chicago Board of Trade today, while corn and oats posted lesser gains. Buying by specultors helped push soybeans as much as 4'/» cents higher. Wheat was at little more than a cent higher with rain in the Southwest a minor negative factor. Corn gained fractionally in light trading. MARY McBRIDE DIES WESTSHOKAN. N.Y. (AP) — Mary Margaret McBride, 76. the undisputed first lady of radio for more than 20 years, died after a long illness at her home in the Catskill Mountains on Wednesday. Lunch Menus Lunch menus at Carroll Community High School for the coming week: Monday, April 12 — Ravioli, cheese slices, coleslaw, pear half, bread and butter, peanut butter bar, milK. Tuesday, April 13 — "Pliiaburger, corn, orange slices, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday, April 14 — Hot dogs, sauerkraut, mixed fruit cup, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, April M — Roast turkey and gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, pumpkin dessert and whipped topping, bread and butter, milk. PWP PICNIC The Parents Without Partners Club (PWP) will have a "kite flying day" at 2 p.m. Sunday, at the north side shelter house at Swan Lake. Families should bring their own hot dogs and other picnic foods. CORRECTION The Price on Van Huesen Splendor KNIT SHIRTS Was Incorrect in Wednesday's Ad The Price Should Read FROM $13.00 The Weather IOWA FORECAST Generally clear tonight. Low mid 30s to low 40s. Mostly clear east, increasing cloudiness west Friday. High around 70. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday Through Monday Mild, slight chance of showers. Highs the 60s and 70s, lows the 40s. SUNNY The Weather in Carroll (Dally Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 59 Yesterday's low 44 At7 a.m. today 37 At 10a.m. today 57 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year-ago today in Carroll amounted-to .04 inch. Temperatures included a high of 39 and low of 35 degrees. March Set for Handicap Village The annual march for Handicap Village, Clear Lake, will be held Sunday, April 25, at 2 p.m. Everyone is invited to participate in the march, whether to walk, jog or use a Schedule for Drivers License in Carroll Area The drivers license station at Carroll will be closed on the weekend before Easter, Friday, April 16, and Saturday. April 17. The station at the Carroll County court house will be open the previous weekend, April 9 and 10, and again following Eastern on April 23 and 24.1976. Friday hours are: written tests 9" a'.m.-3:30^p.m.; renewals from.9 a.m.-4:15 p.m.; driving tests from 9-11 a.m., and 1-2:30 p.m., with motorcycle driving tests at 3 p.m. only. Saturday hours are: written and driving tests 8:30-11 a.m., and renewals 8:30-ll':45 a.m. No motorcycle driving tests are given on Saturday mornings.'Examining stations are open in other locations during the week as follows: Monday — Denison, Tuesday — Harlan. Wednesday — Jefferson, and Thursday — Audubon. Community Betterment Workshop Here Carroll has been" selected as the site of an introductory workshop to explain the 1976 Iowa Community Betterment program....... One of 41 such workshops to be held throughout the state this month, the workshop is scheduled for April 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the-Carroll. County .Extension office. Paul Comer, director of the ICB program, will talk with community leaders about the 1976 competition, answering questions and providing informatin about the program. This workshop, .coordinated by the ICB division of 'the Iowa Development Commission, is open to all residents within a radius of approximately 20 miles who are interested in or involved with community betterment. TO STAGE "EL CAPITAL' AUDUBON — John Philip Sousa's whimsical light opera. •''El Capitan." set on the tiny fictitious Caribbean Island of Buaru in the early 1890's. will be performed at the Audubon High School Auditorium Monday. April 26 at 7:30 p.m. There will be a general admission fee of $2.50. Advance tickets can be bought at Sam's Barbershop, at the FirstjState Bank, or by calling the A.H.S. Vocal Room (563-2765). bicycle. Those participating will seek sponsors for a contribution to make the march worthwhile. Sponsorship contribution envelopes will be collected at the two starting points of the march in exchange for tickets entitling marchers to refreshments at the end of the march at Handicap Village. The march will start from two points. Marchers from the east will start at the Holiday Inn parking lot (west edge of Mason City) at 2 p.m. walking to the village. Marchers from the west will start at the junction of Highway 18 and county road two miles east of Garner at.2 p.m. walking to the village. Assistance will be provided by state and local law enforce- rrient officials, National Guard, Red Cross and North Iowa Citizens Band Radio Club. CCW Meeting Here Friday Approximately 100 women are expected to gather in Carroll Friday for ,the open spring meeting of the South Central Deanery. Council of Catholic Women. Registration will start at 10:30 a.m. at the Elks' Club and following a mass at 11 at Holy Spirit Church the women will return to the Elks' for a 12:30 luncheon and program. Guest speaker will be Representative Joyce Lonegran of Boone. New deanery officers are to be installed. A board meeting is scheduled for 9 a.m., also at the'Elks'Club. • Claims (Continued From Page 1) "Naturalgas lines, including reconstructed lines in the building, were tested and no leaks were found. "The city's sewer system was also studied, resulting in no findings of spillage or conveyance by ths system of com- »-ustible elements. • House (Continued From Page 1) satellite facilities if that seems desirable. The bill is designed to protect the interests of everyone concerned and assure orderly development of the new system. While the satellite facilities are expected to be established , primarily by banks, savings and loan associations and credit unions also are authorized to establish them. The satellite facilities are to be designed so that bank customers can insert a special identification card or device into a machine and transmit signals to a computer to do a number of banking transactions. Ifkrr D&im arti finrny lieu FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 10 Selling time 1 p.m. Sharp f *^**~»~*^~*~****~£**v» The markets are much higher an all classes this week. If you have livestock to sell please contact us, we get top prices each week. Just compare our market with others around. This week we will have some good ewes with lambs. Also ewes to lamb. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 9 Black Whiteface ft Black steer* - thin, choice, 470 Ibs. 2 Whiteface heifers - thin, vacc.. . . 425 Ibs. 6 Crossbred heifer ft bull calves . .. 350 Ibs. Also, we expect 1 load of good western heifer calves. Plus several small calves A more of all kinds by sale time. HOGS Always several pens of hogs of all weights, SHEEP 6 Ewes with lambs at side. 45 Ewe* to lamb in May ... a real good set. MISCELLANEOUS Some used lumber.' Also many more items. C. W. Bedford • Elmer Bedford Paul Grore • * Owners and Operators * ' Barn Phone 792-2572 located 2 miles West on Hwy. 30, '/ 4 North

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