Deaths, Funerals | Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 12, 1976 Daily Record Find Body of Palestinian Four Killed MRS. TONY MUMGAARD Thm BtnM Mm Scnte* AUDUBON — Last rites were held April 6 in Our Saviour's Lutheran Church for Mrs. Tony Mumgaard. 73. who died in her sleep on April 3. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated and burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Darrell Hansen. Derward Hansen. Glynn Hansen. E. V. Magnussen. Milo Mumgaard and William Tessman. Eva Christensen Mumgaard was born June 5. 1902. the daughter of Lauritz and Maria Sorensen Christensen in Atlantic. Following her mother's death she was raised by Mr. and Mrs. Lars Peitersen of Elk Horn. She went to elementary and high school at Elk Horn and attended Dana College at Blair, Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls, and Colorado State College at Fort Collins. She taught in the Elk Horn and Kimballton schools before her marriage. She was married to Anders Antonius Mumgaard of Audubon on June 10. 1930. She and her husband ran a paint store in Audubon for many years. She was an active member of Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. Survivors include her daughter. Mrs. Robert (Elaine) Sornson of Gray: one son. Charles Mumgaard of Cheshire, England; three granddaughters and two grandsons: and one brother, Don Christensen of Atlantic. JESSIE F. TURNER ODEBOLT - Jessie F. Turner. 90. of Odebolt died at Horn Memorial Hospital, Ida Groye, on Thursday. April 8. She was a lifelong resident of the Odebolt area. Services were held at 4 p.m. Saturday at the Presbyterian Church here, with the Rev. Joseph Lemen officiating. Burial was in the Odebolt Cemetery, under direction of the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home of Odebolt. Pallbearers were Walter W. Turner, Walter D. Turner. Robert Turner. Paul Pickrell. Ralph West and Verne Paul. Miss Turner is survived by a brother. Walter W. Turner of Fort Wayne. Ind.: nieces and nephews. P. C. PRIESTLEY Time* Herald Newt Service AUDUBON - P. C. Priestley. 85. retired Audubon County farmer and well known in community activities, died April 4 at Audubon County Memorial Hospital. Percie C. Preistely, the son of Charles Henry and Emma Josephine Sherman Priestley, was born in Audubon County May 5. 1890. He received his education in Audubon County schools and at the age of 26 moved to Montana until he entered the Army to serve in France and Germany during World War I. He was a member of Audubon United Methodist Church, the American Legion, Veterans of Foreign Wars and Masonic Lodge. On Aug. 26. 1919 he was married to Florence McLeran and they spent their married life farming near Audubon until she died in 1950. On Dec. 5, 1960 he married Velma Bonnett Jamison and she passed, away in 1967. In addition to his wives, he was preceded in death by his parents, two sisters, and two grandchildren. Survivors include his son. Charles of Guthrie Center; three daughters. Mrs. John (Beverly) Sampson of Glendalc. Ariz.. Mrs. Mel (Virginia) Windust of Des Moines. and Mrs. Jed (Dorothy) Norris of Stanhope, 13 grandchildren: eight great-grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. E. L. Johnson of Audubon. Last rites were held at 10:30 a.m. April 7 in Audubon IN MEMORY OF Raymond Henry Hall Scranton — Age 74 Funeral Service! 2 p.m. Tuesday al Church of Christ in Scranton Officiating Rev. Dan King Prayer Service 8 p.m. Monday at Dahn and Woodhouie Funeral Home, Scranton Interment Scranton Cemetery DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES United Methodist Church, with the Rev. Vernon Sorensen officiating. Burial was in Maple Grove Cemetery. Pallbearers were Dalton Borkowski. Dale Edwards. Loyd Lewis. Perry Roberts. Russell Shupe and TullyTalbot. LEON M.LOUIS Mass of the resurrection for Leon M. Louis. 64, of Carroll was celebrated at 1 p.m. Friday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz. V.F. Pallbearers were Bill Schrad, Bill Louis. Danny Louis. Keith Potthoff. Ron Siepker and Eugene Nellsen. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Omaha and Blair. Neb.: Emington. Arlington. Odell, Dwight and Gardner, 111.; Hayfield and Grand Meadow. Minn.; Huntington Park. Calif.: Colorado Springs and Denver. Colo.: Cherokee. Ida Grove. Albert City, Templeton. Fort Dodge. Lake View. Storm Lake. Ames, Laurens. Marion. Duncombe. Arthur. Carroll and surrounding towns. Mr. Louis died April 7 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after being in failing health for eight months. JOHN F. MORIARTY John F. Moriarty, 36, of Spencer, formerly of Carroll, died at the Spencer Municipal Hospital Saturday, April 10. after a six-month illness. He had been a finance company manager in Carroll before: moving to Spencer eight years ago. Rites will be held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Spencer, with burial there in Riverside Cemetery. There will a parish rosary at 8 p.m. Monday at the Lightle-Hayes Funeral Home. Spencer. Mr. Moriarty was born at Rock Rapids Nov. 3. 1939, a son of Dr. John F. and Dora E. Moriarty. He was married to Lotus Lorraine Luth at Omaha. Neb.. Sept. 17. 1960. At the time of his death he was with the traffic department of Spencer Foods. Surviving with his wife are three children. Julie Ann. John Francis and Randall Allen, all at home: his parents, of Grand Island. Neb.: and three brothers. James W., Thomas E. and Patrick 0. Moriarty. all of Omaha. RAYMOND H. HALL SCRANTON — Raymond Henry Hall. 74. of Scrantbn died Saturday. April 10. at the Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson following a brief illness. He was a retired farmer. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Church of Christ here, with the Rev. Dan King officiating. Interment will be in the Scranton Cemetery. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton. where there will be a prayer service at 8 p.m. Monday. The casket will be taken to the church at 12:30 p.m. Tuesday for viewing until the services. Mr. Hall was born June 8. 1901. at Jefferson, a son of Jason and Minerva McCollum Hall, and attended Ralston schools. On July 3. 1923. he married Grace Lawrence at Boone: she died in 1968. His marriage to Haze^ Dreher took place at Scranton May 29. 1971. He was affiliated with the Church of Christ at Scranton. All of his life was spent in the Scranton and Ralston area. He retired from farming about 1967. Surviving with his wife are a son, Gerald of Glidden: six grandchildren and a great-granddaughter; a sister. Mrs. Elsie Figg of Iowa City; two stepchildren, five stepgrandchildren and two stepgreat-grandchildren. Two sisters and two brothers preceded Mr. Hall in death besides his first wife. • Hearst (Continued From Page 1) federal court jury last month found her guilty of bank robbery, rejecting her sworn' story that she was,a hostage of fear when she helped the SLA rob a San Francisco bank on April 15.1974. Since her conviction, the newspaper heiress spent more than a dozen hours with federal probation officers who submitted nonbinding recommendations to Carter. The judge also was given psychiatric reports, including one from Dr. Elizabeth Rirh- Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No. 2 4.40 Corn. No. 2 yellow 2.44 Oats 1.40 OMAHA. Neb. (APl(USDA)— Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 5.500; barrows and gilts fairly active, steady to 25 higher, instances50up; U.S. 13, 190-240 Ib 49.25-49.75. about 300 head at 50.00; sows steady to 50 higher; 350-600 Ib 42.5043.50. Cattle and calves: 6,800; trade slow on slaughter steers, steady to 50 higher, however many late sales little better than steady when compared with last Thursday: heifers moderately active, mostly 50 higher: cows fairly active, firm to 50 higher: a load choice with end-prime 1,231 Ib steers44.25: choice975-1,250Ib 42.50-44.00: a load choice with end-prime 1,025 Ib heifers 42.75; choice 875-1.050 Ib 41.00-42.50: utility and commercial cows 28.50-31.00. a few 31.50-32.00: canner and cutter 21.00-28.00. Business Briefs Howard Drees, president of the Drees Co.. Inc., recently attended a two-day merchandising seminar conducted by Amana Refrigeration, Inc. at its Amana. Iowa, headquarters. Drees was one of a group of retailers and retail salesmen from across the nation hosted by Amana for sales and marketing training on the complete line of Amana appliance products. The company is holding a series of such seminars during March. April and May as part of a continuing national program of assistance to Amana retailers and distributors. -0- George Opperman. registered Brown Swiss breeder from Manning, has been reelected second vice-president on the Midwest Breeders Cooperative board of directors at the organization's recent annual meeting in Stewartville. Minn. A member of the Midwest' board since 1974. Opperman will be serving his second one-year term as second vice-president. -0- COURT HOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Joseph F. Goffinet. Carroll, Dodge: Joan Brincks. Carroll, Chevrolet; Robert J. or Barbara J. Beyerink, Carroll. Oldsmobile: Jake H. Bell, Coon Rapids. Ford, and Lawrence or Laverna Reiff. Carroll. TemKen. Real Estate Transfers— Bierl Construction Co. to Steve E. and Janet L. Wess, Lot 14. Block 11. Applewood Knolls Addition. Carroll. Vickers Petroleum Corp. to Jesse W. Walthall. Lot 6. Block 27. Auditors Subdivision of Outlot A and part of Outlot 1. Manning. • John G. and Darlene H. Donovan to Mary C. Riordan. part of Lot 5 and Lot 6. Block 73. Sixth Addition, Carroll. Clarence and Phyllis Nielson to Clarence and Phyllis Nielson. part of S E'/j N E'/i. Sec. 33 and SW" 4 NW" 4 . Sec. 34. Twp. 82N. Range 33W. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Controlled Substance— Two Carroll juveniles were arrested and charged with possession of a controlled substance Friday night by Deputies Doug Bass and Ron Cleveland. Three Charged— Randal L. Schechinger. Manilla, was charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence Saturday night by Deputy Bass. He was held in Carroll County jail overnight. Ronald C. Schnoor. Manilla, was charged with OMVUI Saturday night by Deputies Ferman Stout and Bass. Patricia M. Hahn of 723 E. First St.. Carroll, was charged with OMVUI Saturday night by Deputy Cleveland. SHERIFF'S OFFICE Public Intoxication- Dale and Dan Lindsay of 421 N. Whitney. Carroll, were charged with public intoxication early Sunday by Deputy Bass. Lonnie L. Mosman. Dedham. was charged with public intoxication Saturday night by Deputies Cleveland and Stout. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Dale N. Rohe. Manning and David L. Peters. Arcadia, were in collision late Friday morning at the intersection of U.S. 30 ALC to Hold Services in Trinity Church A Holstein cow owned by Clarence Ludwig of Breda has set a state butterfat production record for cows in her age group. The new leader. Ludvue Fond Lorraine, completed a lactation level of 22.100 Ibs. of milk and 881 Ibs. of butterfat. This production level represents a new Iowa record for officially tested junior three-year-old registered Holsteins milked twice daily for 305 days. The record was established under the DH1R testing program of the Holstein-Friesian Association of America. Attending the convention of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association of Iowa Sunday in Des Moines. at Hotel Ft. Des Moines, were Mrs. Edwin Tigges of Maple River. Mrs. Kenneth Sanders. Rose Hannasch, Mrs. F.P. Culbertson. Gay le Schleisman. Catherine Lappe. Mrs. Ramon Gardels. Mrs. Eugene Tigges and Mrs. Eileen Hoover. LOSE 20 POUNDS Members of Carroll STOP Club weighing in for the April 8 meeting lost a total of 20 pounds and gained seven. There were two winners in the week-long salad contest. The group was reminded that this week s meeting will be at 7 p.m. Wednesday at 408 W. 7th St., because of Maundy Thursday, and that the Easter contest ends that night. ards, who has treated Miss Hearst regularly since last fall. Miss Hearst has been held in the San Mateo County Jail 25 miles south of San Francisco since her arrest Sept. 18. She is scheduled to be flown pretrial hearing on state charges of kidnaping, robbery and assault. In a related development, the Los Angeles Times reported Sunday that Miss Hearst had expressed doubts about the brainwashing defense her attorneys used at her trial. The congregation of St. John's American Lutneran Church, rural Glidden. decided Sunday to accept the Trinity Episcopal congregation's offer to use the Episcopal Church here. The congregation will probably start holding Sunday morning services at the Episcopal Church. 127 W. 9th St.. during the first part of May. the Rev. Darryl Torrin. pastor, said. The services will probably be held before'the regular Episcopal services, he added. The American Lutheran congregation will continue to have its regular Sunday services and maintain its rural church, he said. The congregation also voted to accept the title to five acres of land from the American Luthern Church. The Division of Mission of Service of the church purchased the property from New Hope Village. Plans are being formed for future development of the Carroll ministry, he said. The congregation eventually plans to build a church at the site, northeast of Carroll. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES. Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the^owa Department of Public Safety: This year to date —151 Last year to date—141 and Maple Street, Officers Phil Squibb and William Croghan reported. Rohe was charged with driving on the left side of the center line. Strikes Parked Car— A car driven by George W. Williamson. Audubon. struck a parked car owned by Lillian R. Gibson of New Lisbon. Wis.. Saturday morning in the H&A Cafe parking lot. Officer Merlin Reinart reported. Three-Car Accident- Cars driven by Deborah D. Bauer. Coon Rapids: Michael V. Riesselman, 215 N. Maple St. in Carroll and Valerie Tuel, Coon Rapids, were in collision Saturday morning at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Court Street, Officers Zene Smith and Squibb reported. Miss Bauer was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Friday- Mrs. Verdis Hansen taken from her residence to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Saturday- John Driscoll taken from Carroll Manor to the hospital. Frank Fee taken from the Carroll Health Center to the hospital. Birth DES MOINES — Mr. and Mrs. Terry Helton. Des Moines. a son. Cole Grain. March 28. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Heuton. Carroll, and Mayor and Mrs. Ray Gustafson. Red Oak. Program on Jefferson at F.L.C. Club Mrs. Merle Stevens presented a paper titled "Mr. Jefferson's Declaration" at the Friday afternoon meeting of the. F.L.C. Club at the home of Mrs. Verdis Hansen. Basing her talk on the book with the same title by Frank Donovan, she related the story behind the Declaration of 'independence and the reasons the colonists had for their written declaration. She also listed the known signers of the document. Among the 56. she mentioned in particular Charles Carroll, for whom Carroll.and the county were named. ' Mrs. Stevens, club president, opened the meeting with a poem. "I Believe in Miracles." "A Memorable July 4" was the topic for the roll call answered by members and guests. Mrs. L.W. Hillyer of Long Beach. Calif.. Mrs. George Gushing of Pocahontas and Mrs. Heck Ross. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. D.L. Hillyer. Lunch was served during the social hour, with the president pouring tea and coffee. An ivy plant centered the table. Ruth Clements will be hostess next. Mav 14. Youths Near Ralston Twenty-four members and guests of the Junior High Youth Fellowship of the United Presbyterian Church participated in a camp-out at Hickory Hill near Ralston during the weekend. Leaving here Friday after school, the youths spent the night in tents and returned home Saturday afternoon. Chaperoning them were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woodhouse. advisors, and Robert Law. On the planning committee were Paul Peterson. Shelly Law and Jane Petersen. GOP MEETING TheCarroll County Republican Women's'Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. at Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Jan Payer. Ames, president of the fifth District of the Iowa Federation of Republican Women will give a speech entitled "Nuts and Bolts." Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear and warmer today and tonight. Partly.cloudy and warmer Tuesday. Slight chance of afternoon thundershowers southwest. Highs today 60s. Lows tonight 40s. Highs Tuesday 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday Through Friday Chance of showers early Wednesday otherwise mild with little or no precipitation. Highs the 60s and low 70s. lows the 40s and low 50s. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 61 Yesterday's low 39 At 7.am. today 31 At 10 a.m. today 45 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures in Carroll a year ago today ranged from a high of 52.to a low of 30 degrees. Boy Missing Since Feb. 12 COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Council Bluffs Police Chief Nick Sulentic said Saturday foul play remains a possibility in the death of five year- old Oliver Mark Bernhardt "but an accident is a better bet." The body of the boy. who had been missing since Feb. 12. was found Friday on a Missouri River bank near Brownville. Neb., about 65 miles downstream from Council Bluffs. Mrs. Eldon Petersen, the boy's grandmother, said an accidental death was "not possible." She said "the river is too far away. There's no way he could have gotten there." Mrs. Petersen said the boy had never gone to the river by himself or been taken there by his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Bernhardt. Dr. Samuel Rosa. Pottawattamie County medical examiner, said an autopsy failed to uncover evidence of foul play or the exact cause of death. Dr. Rosa said there were no marks or fractures on the decomposed body. He said he probably will report the death as a drowning. Sulentic had said earlier it appeared ''almost impossible" for the boy to have gotten to the river from his home. He said Oliver would have had to cross fences and Interstate 29 and walk about a mile. However, the chief said Saturday his earlier observation was based on the theory that the youngster walked in a westerly direction. He said the boy could have walked to the northwest and the distance to the river would have been shorter in that direction. Police and volunteers conducted extensive searches after the boy had last been seen when he went to play with a friend the afternoon of Feb. 12. Sulentic said they found no evidence the youth had moved toward the river. He said officers returned to the neighborhood since the body was discovered and found that a culvert extends under the Interstate, which the boy could have walked through. • Demos (Continued From Page 1) Washington didn't receive any Iowa delegates. The gain at .the district conventions gave Carter a total of 258 delegates nationally. Jackson had 177 and Udall 129. It takes 1.505 delegates to win the Democratic nomination. "Projections from last month's county conventions showed Carter winning at least 13 delegates to the national convention." The Des Moines Register reported. "So Saturday's showing indicated his strength in the state still is growing." However, those same projections gave Udall only three delegates against the 10 he actually won Saturday. Rough projections from the district elections indicate Carter could win three of the seven delegates at the state convention, with Udall and the uncommitted group each getting two. • Legislature (Continued From Page 1) closed meeting, according to some sources, is that the leadership from the two houses singled out some money arenas for further discussion: presumably so there will be an agreement by the leadership in both houses on the size of expenditures for such things as transportation, salaries of state employes, education and municipal assistance. It seems strange to some political observers that such an agreement had not been reached prior to last week. While Sen. William Palmer, D-Des Moines, chairman of the Senate appropriations committee, has drafted a proposed budget which Senate Democrats have been working from, the House has not had such an instrument. A budgetary outline was distributed more than a week ago at a House Democratic caucus, b u ^Senate Democratic-leaders have complained privately that their counterparts in the House didn't have a formal plan. . , The end result may be that through his comments Governor Ray has forced the Democratic leadership into making some decisions, perhaps jointly, on various appropriations. Peacefully NABLUS. Occupied Jordan (AP) — Palestinian Arabs voted peacefully by the thousands today in an election expected to heighten resistance to the Israeli occupation of riot-scarred West Jordan. Israel sponsored the elections in 24 towns and villages, but Israeli troops were withdrawn for the voting and the atmosphere was festive instead of fearful. Arab women, allowed to vote for the first time in a land where some still wear veils, defied tradition and swarmed to the polls, jostling in crowds to drop their ballots into blue wooden boxes. By noon, election officials reported that almost 34 per cent of the 88,000 eligible votefs had cast ballots, including 10,115 women. Despite heavy rain, the streets of Nablus were crowded with .voters. Cavalcades of cars honked their horns and blared campaign slogans from loudspeakers. Arab children chanted the names of candidates and pasted campaign posters on passing cars and taxis carrying voters to the polls. Despite restrictions designed to confine the candidates to such local issues as roads and drainage, dozens of candidates defied the rules and openly declared their support for such anti-Israeli movements as the Palestine Liberation Organization and the Communist party, both outlawed by the Israelis in the occupied area. Most of the candidates are younger than the conservatives who traditionally ran things in the area Israel captured from Jordan in the 1967 war. ''Obviously a new generation is emerging." said Defense Minister Shimon Peres. There have been anti-Israeli riots in the area during the past two months, but occupation authorities said they did not interfere in the campaign. They pointed out that 18 of the candidates have been arrested in the past as guerrilla agents or suspects. One man whose candidacy was filed by his family is still in jail. Peres pledged that extremists who were elected would be allowed to take office unless barred by legal technicalities. "They are true democratic elections." he said, "and we hope that the outcome will enable the two peoples in the area — Jew and Arabs — to maintain mutual respect." •• Peres warned that violence . or threats of violence would not be tolerated. But in a conciliatory move, he ordered all troops out of the 22 Arab towns and villages in which 538 candidates were running for 205 seats on the municipal councils. A government spokesman said local police could call troops in if there was any violence. . During the last West Bank elections in 1972. the PLO warned that West Bankers "collaborating with the Jews" by voting would be killed. The 1972 balloting went off smoothly, however, and this time the PLO has been silent, presumably because it did not want to h,urt the chances of its sympathizers among the candidates. The 88.000 registered voters include 33.000 women given the right to cast'ballots for the first time. ' Eischeid House Brings $17,500 Lawrence Venner'of Route 1 3. Carroll, was the successful bidder at the public auction of the Albert Eischeid house and lot at 526 E. Blliff St. Sunday afternoon. The property brought $17.500. A large crowd attended the sale at which personal property also was sold. Auctioneers we're Cliff McCarville. Gary Rupiper and John Scharfenkamp. 171 at Visual Screening Clinic About 171 children participated in a visual screening clinic Saturday sponsored by the Carroll Jaycee Ettes. The test was designed to detect eye problems of children planning to enter kindergarten in the fall. Assisting the Jaycee' Ettes were Dr. John E. Martin. Dr. Scott Richardson. Dr. H.K. Richardson and Dr. Robert Winjum. in Two Iowa Air Crashes By The Associated Press Four persons, including three from Illinois, died in two light plane crashes during the weekend in Iowa. Boone County sheriff's officer said Howard Judson Davis. 46, Des Moines was killed and Dana Downie, 27. Des Moines, was seriously injured when t h e i r single-engine plane crashed in a bean field about four miles southeast of Luther in Boone County. Three residents of Rockford, 111., died in a crash Saturday evening about 10 miles north of Decorah in Winneshiek County.' ' Authorities said the accident in Boone County occurred about 6:15 p.m. Sunday. They said the plane crashed into a field on the George Uthe farm. Davis was pronounced dead at the scene of the accident. Downie was taken to Boone County Hospital and was later transferred to a Des Moines hospital where she was listed in stable condition. Ferris George of rural Luther, who said he saw the plane crash into the field, said the plane's motor suddenly stopped. He said the pilot of the northbound plane veered the plane to the'.left and that it then crashed into the field. Paul Kilzer, president of the Madrid Fire Department, said the plane was damaged in the crash, but he said it not break apart. ','' ' • "The nose and the tail were crushed pretty badly." he said. "Both people had been crushed up into the dash of the plane." He said the plane was a brown and yellow four-passenger plane and had the words "experimental" on the door. An Illinois couple and their physician were killed in the crash north of Decorah when their plane crashed in a wooded area on the Lloyd Hansen farm about 5 p.m. Saturday, authorities said. Winneshiek County Sheriff Eugene Simenson identified the victims as Romer Franzen. 62. and his wife. Dorothy. 59. and Dr. Clara Hanstrom, 86. The plane, a single-iengine Comanche en route.frorh' Rochester. Minn., apparently exploded in mid^ajr. scattering debris over a • 300-yard strip. Simenson said. Pinochle Club Has Meeting In Wall Lake Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE — Friday Night Pinochle Club met Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Petersen. Mrs. Robert Bartlett, Leo Rohde, Mrs. Leo Rohde and Robert Bartlett were winners. Mrs. Bartlett held the last Aces. ' . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roth and Mrs. William Schwanz attended the funeral of Mrs. Henry Christiansen Friday at Denison. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roth were Mr. and Mrs..Daryl Dagget, Sanborn. Weekend guests jh the Harold Wollesen home were Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bohms, Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Bohms. Huxley. Potluck, Card Games at Clubrooms Golden Circle Club activities during the weekend included a potluck dinner Friday afternoon, followed by pinochle, and the general meeting and pinochle Saturday night. ; Because of Good Friday, it was announced that the group will play instead on Thursday afternoon. Hostesses Friday were Mrs. John Vanderheiden and Mrs. Leonard Pietig. Nine tables were in play. Women's scpre prizes went to Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mrs. Louise Fasbender and Mrs. Albert Baumhover. Lawrence Hesslingh and Vincent Ricke won for-the men. Mrs. Bertha Klocke received the traveling prize and tally prizes were given to Mrs. B ( ertha Hesslingh and Mrs,. Ed Hannasch. ';..,• Saturday night's games were played at five, tables. Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Mrs. Vanderheiden and.Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg received score prizes:" Mrs...Anton Pickhinke, traveling;',and Mrs..Sanders. tallv. • • •'
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