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Deaths, Funerals | Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thurtday, April 15, 1976 AGNESA.HAPPE Agnes A. Happe, 55. of Waterloo, formerly of Carroll, died April 3 at the Schoitz Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. The funeral mass was held April 6 at St. Mary's Catholic Church, Worthington, Minn., with burial in the parish cemetery. The Hasara Funeral Home of Worthington was in charge of arrangements. Miss Happe was bom Aug. 22,1920, at Carroll, a daughter of Bernard and Mary Jorden Happe. She grew up and attended school at Carroll and after the death of her parents in 1948, moved to Waterloo. For the last 12 years she was employed at the Howard Johnson Motel in Waterloo. Surviving are a sister, Lorraine Brainard of Worthington; two brothers, the Rev. Donald Happe of Portland, Ore., and Delbert Happe of Los Osos, Calif.; eight nieces and nephews. Another brother, John, preceded her in death. Edwin C. Knobbe Age 56 — Carroll Friend* may call at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll after 5 p.m. Friday Rosary 8:00 p.m. Friday 8:45 p.m. Friday Scriptural Prayer Service! 10:30 a.m. Saturday Holy Spirit Church, Carroll Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. leo lent, V.F. Interment Saturday, Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Carroll Mast of the Resurrection Monday, 9 a.m. at Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo leni, V.F. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll for 35 yean Lisa Schreck Dedham — Age 7 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll after 2 p.m. Thursday Rosary: 3 p.m. Thursday 4 p.m. Thursday by the student body of the Willey- Dedham Parochial School 7 p.m. Thursday fay the parish 8:15 p.m. Thursday Scriptural Prayer Service: 3 p.m. Friday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer Interment: Friday at St. Joseph's Cemetery, Dedham Mass of the Resurrection: 9 a.m. Monday at St. Joseph's Church Officiating: Rev. Henry Meyer SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll far 35 yean EDWIN C. KNOBBE Edwin C. Knobbe, 56, of 425 Lincoln, Carroll, died at 10:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 14, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a ten-day illness. Scriptural prayer services at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Holy Spirit Church, conducted by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo L«nz, V.F., will be followed by interment in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated by Msgr. Lenz at 9 a.m. Monday, also at Holy Spirit Church. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home after 5 p.m. Friday. The rosary will be recited Friday evening at 8 and 8:45. Mr. Knobbe was born at Carroll June 18, 1919, a son of Clara and the late John Knobbe. He spent his youth in the Willey vicinity and was educated at St. Mary's School, Willey. He was in the U.S. Army from June, 1942, until July, 1946, serving in the European theater during World War II. He was decorated with the purple heart and silver star. From 1949 to 1959, Mr. Knobbe farmed in Guthrie County. He was married Oct. 31, 1959, to Norma Willenborg at Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. They made their home at the above address in Carroll, where Mr. Knobbe operated a garage repair shop. He was a member of Holy Spirit Church and Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. Surviving with his wife are five children, Kyle, Lynn, Jack, Jed and Nim, all of Carroll; his mother, Mrs. Clara Knobbe of Carroll; and the following brothers and sisters, Merlin Knobbe of Waukegan, 111., Bob Knobbe of Auburn, Roy Knobbe, Mrs. Edwin (Florence) Huegerich, Mrs. Dominic (Jackie) Sibenaller and Mrs. Leon (Janice) Baumhover, all of Carroll, Lee Knobbe of Guthrie Center and Bonnie Knobbe of Omaha, Neb. He was a son-in-law of Leonard Willenborg of Manning. Preceding him in death besides his father was a brother, Gerry. HELENJEFFREY Helen Jeffrey, 82, of Carroll died at 5:20 a.m. Thursday, April 15, at-St. Anthony Regional Hospital after a long illness. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Trinity Episcopal Church, with the Rev. Thomas Gray officiating. Interment will be in the Carroll City Cemetery. Friends may call after 5 p.m. Friday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral IN MEMORY OF Helen Jeffrey nity Episcopal rch in Carroll sket will be mo the church at 8 a.m. Saturday DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES FARMER'S LIVESTOCK AUCTION SATURDAY, APRIL 17 Selling Time 1 p.m. Sharp The busy season is upon us once again. When you need livestock just give us a call, we have a complete order buying service. We are getting some of those good green calves just right for grass. If you have livestock to sell please call. We give you the service you want and get the top price for your livestock. All consignments are appreciated. CATTLE 14 Fancy Whiteface heifers — thin, grass specials — 450 Ibs. 1 Charolais heifer - 300 Ibs. 2 Crossbred heifers — 325 Ibs. 6 Mixed bull & heifer calves - 250 Ibs. 1 Guernsey baby bull calf. Plus several other baby calves. Also, more calves £ yearlings of all weights. HOGS Always several pens of pigs of all weights. MISCELLANEOUS Clothesline pole 2 Rolls of wire. Some used lumber and wallboard. Plus several other small items. C. W. Bedford Elmer Bedford Paul Grate Owners and Operators Barn Prtorw 792-2572 located 2 mil«» West on Hwy. 30, 14 North Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.40 Com, No. 2 yellow 2.42 Oats 1.40 Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity prices "were firm to strong on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Corn and wheat futures opened about steady to a 1 cent lower under mixed selling. Oats and soybeans were mostly higher. Within minutes, when commercial buying expanded in wheat and- corn local professionals covered their previous short positions in wheat and corn. This sent prices higher. Soybean oil was up about 20 points early, while meal gained $1 a ton. CORRECTION The Rev. Allan M. Peterson, pastor of First United Presbyterian church, was incorrectly identified as pastor of the Episcopal church in a story about the ecumenical Good Friday services in Wednesday's edition. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Grace E. Schatz, Manning, Titan; Christopher P. or Derrith J. Bartling, Carroll, Chevrolet; Paul A."or Janet A. Schaben, Carroll, CMC; Elmer L. or Kathryn A. Glidden Grants Permit for New Catholic Church GLIDDEN — The Glidden City Council has approved a building permit for a Catholic church here. Holy Family Catholic Church was granted a permit for the construction of a permanent assembly hall to be used as a church when all stipulations are met. This includes providing the city with a deed for the area from Fifth street north to Seventh street, a 66-foot width on the west side of the property and the area west, to the alley at Montana and Sixth street. 66 feet wide, extending west for an extension of Dakota street. . This will provide property owners in the immediate area with access to their property once the church's property has been developed. Home. The casket will be moved to the church and remain closed at 8:30 a.m. Saturday. Miss Jeffrey was born March 23,'1894, in Carroll, a daughter of H.G. and Tiny Jeffrey. She attended school here, graduating from Carroll High School. She also attended the University of Iowa and then took a business course at St. Angela Academy in Carroll. Her earlier working years were spent with Iowa Public Service Co. in Sioux City, Fort Dodge and Spirit Lake. Following her return to Carroll she cared for her mother, who lived on N. Adams St. For many years she was employed in the office of the Carroll County superintendent of schools. After retirement she lived at 127 W. Eighth St. She was preceded in death by a brother, Hiram Jeffrey, whose widow resides at Salt Lake City, Utah. Her only other survivors are two cousins in Des Moines. Miss Jeffrey was a member of Trinity Episcopal Church, Clio Club, and the Carroll County Historical Society. MARLA D. KENNEDY Mass of the resurrection for Maria Denise Kennedy, 2, of Omaha, Neb., was celebrated at 1 p.m. Wednesday at St. Lawrence Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Gift bearers were her cousins, Joyce, Kristie, Susan and Julie Sanders. Kit Heese, Kevin Ausman, Richard Kloser, James Smith and Terry Kanne were mass servers. Pallbearers, also cousins, were Walter Kanne, Jeffrey Sanders, Tracy Kanne and Greg Hacker. Interment was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. Relatives and friends attended the rites from Omaha, Neb., Auburn, Ear ling, Templeton, Portsmouth, Lidderdale, Mt. Carmel, Carroll, Dedham and Lake City. Maria, daughter of Mrs. Marlau Kennedy, was fatally injured in a 30-foot fall from their apartment window on April 11. She was a granddaughter of the William J. Kannes of Carroll. PAULJ.BERNING LOHRVILLE — Paul J. Berning, 67, a Lohrville farmer and native of Mt. Carmel, died Wednesday afternoon, April 15, at the Greene County Medical Center in Jefferson. He had been in poor health for six months. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Church, Lohrville. by the Rev. Jerome Koenig. Burial will be in St. Patrick's Cemetery west of Churdan. The rosary will be recited at the Brown Funeral Home in Lohrville at 7 p.m. Thursday and 8 p.m. Friday. Pallbearers will be Edward Bauer, Dennis Fay, Edward Kavanaugh. Guy Blaskovick, Patrick Hardy and Leland Jones. Honorary pallbearers will be Lawrence Moran. Sherwood Guess, Lyle Squibbs. Joe Miller, Earl White and Ben Oxenfbrd. Mr. Berning. son of Louis and Helen Doberstein Berning, was born at Mt. Carmel Dec. 4. 1908. He received his education at St. Joseph's School. Milford. and then tarmed with his brother,' Leo Berning, in the Gowrie area. His marriage to Mary Concannon took place Feb. 12. 1947. and they farmed north of Scranton until moving to their present farm near Lohrville in December. 1954. Surviving with his wife are a son. Louis of Lohrville; four daughters, Mrs. Michael (Kathleen) Fleming of Bettendorf, Mrs. Richard (Darlene) Davidson of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Grant (Rita) Wolf of Lohrville and Mrs. Edward (Linda) Gross of Council Bluffs. Also surviving are six grandchildren; a brother, Leo Berning of Jefferson; and four sisters, Mrs. Minnie Bauer of Coon Rapids, Mrs. Leo Ditterit, Jule Beming and Agnes Berning. all of San Gabriel, Calif. FRED MONAHAN MRS. FRED MONAHAN CHURDAN — Double funeral services for a Churdan couple, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mpnahan. will be held here Monday morning. J^j^Monahan. 87. died Tuesday morning, April 13. and his wife. 78. died Wednesday morning. April 14. both at the Greene County Medical Center. Jefferson. Mass of the resurrection will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Monday in St. Columbkille's Church here, with burial in St. Patrick's Cemetery west of Churdan. Friends may call at the Brown Funeral Home in Churdan after 9 a.m. Saturday. The rosary will be recited at 9:15 p.m. Saturday and at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Monahan are survived by two sons, Eugene and.Raymond, both of Churdan; four daughters. M'rs. Fred (Grace) Beschorner. Mrs. Philip (Rosemary) Minnehan and Mrs. Sam (Dorothy) Higgins. all of Churdan, and Mrs. William (Genevieve) Ganley of Des Moines; 34 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Preceding the couple in death were a son. Michael, in 1975: a daughter. Marcella. in childhood; and a grandson. Patrick Monahan. Mr. and Mrs. Monahan were married Feb. 16.1920. Mrs. Monahan was the former Agnes Ellen Grace, daughter of Michael and Ellen Carey Grace. She was born near Churday March 2, 1897. and graduated from Churdan High School. She attended college at Cedar Falls and taught for several years in rural schools in this area. Also surviving Mrs. Monahan are two sisters. Mrs. John (Mary) Schmitt of Churdan and Mrs. George (Stella) Schmitt of Marble Rock. A sister. Mrs. Frances Vogel. and two brothers. John and Michael Grace, preceded her in death. Mr. Monahan was born June 7,1888. near Churdan, a son of James and Agnes Serry Mpnahan. He attended rural school in this area. After marriage, he farmed in the Lohrville and Churdan area until retiring about 1960. when the couple moved to their home in Churdan. Mr. Monahan also is survived by ,two brothers. Charles Monahan of Churdan and Sylvester Monahan of Des Moines: and three sisters. Mrs. Mary Mackey and Mrs. Charles (Margaret) Hadden of Churdan. and Mrs. Katherine Boner of Lohrville. Kruse, Glidden, Chevrolet: Robert or Audrey Behrens, Manning, Chevrolet; Leon E. or Elizabeth Hackfort, Carroll, Ford; Conrad or Catherine Feld, Carroll, Mercury, and Niles Chevrolet Company Inc.. Coon Rapids, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Claus H. and Judith A. Bun/ to Wayne E. and Pamela J. Jensen, Lot 4, Block 3, Bunz Addition, Manning. Lyle and Gertrude Sauvago to Bill D. and Deanne Bauer, Lot 4, Block 4, Brutche and Garst's Addition, Coon Rapids. M.L. and Florence Collisoin to M.L. and Florence Collison, parts of Lots 6 and 7. Block 39, Second Addition, Carroll. Arthur and Marilyn Reiff to Arthur and Marilyn Reiff, SW Fr'/4 and S'/zNWFr'/i, Sec. 18, Twp.85N, Range 34W. POLICE DEPARTMENT Two-Car Accidents— Cars driven by Harold W. Schmitz, Manning, and Agnes M. Tigges of 219 W. Second St., Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of U.S. 30 and Main St. Thursday morning, Officers Norbert Kaspersen and Romain Boes reported. Cars driven by Floyd E. Dickey, Lake City, and Alvin C. Irlbeck, Jr. of 317-Arthur Neu Drive, Carroll, were in collision Wednesday night at the intersection of Clark and Fifth Streets, Officer Phil Squibb reported. No injuries were reported. CARROLLCOUNTY AMBULANCE SERVICE Wednesday— Myron Gerdes taken from the Glidden Co-op after a fall to St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Monte Reinart taken from the Assembly of God Church after a fall to the hospital. Lois Harvey taken from her residence to the hospital. Donald Reiling transferred from the hospital to St. Joseph's Hospital in Omaha. Neb. FIRE DEPARTMENT Trash Fire- One truck was called out to the Jerry Hannasch farm two miles west and one-half south of Carroll Wednesday night to extinguish a trash fire that had gotten out of control du,e to , the high winds, Lt. Robert Wieland reported. Birth PORT WASHINGTON. Wis. — Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Kill. Port Washington, a son. Bryan George. April 14 at Alphonsus Hospital here. Grandparents are Mrs. George Kitt of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. J. Merle Pomeroy of Dedham. Mrs. Kitt is the former Judy Pomeroy. —Stall Photo Contest Winners — Winners in the older division of the American Legion Auxiliary poppy poster contest are. from left: Beth Evans, first place; John Johnston, second and Jeannie Harnack, third, all Carroll Community eighth graders. A picture of the younger group of winners was published Wednesday. Winning posters are entered in a district contest. Reunion for Class of 1926 Plans for a 50-year reunion of the Carroll High School class of 1926 are being formulated. Heading the committee are Mrs. Roy Heuton and Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg. The event is set for June 26- and will include a dinner at Tony's Restaurant. Members of the classes of 1925 and 1927 are being invited to join the 1926 alimni, as well as other friends. Persons interested are asked to contact Mrs. Heuton or Mrs. Anneberg. GRADUATED Airman Robert L. Tigges ha's graduated from the U.S. Air Force's medical service specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command at Sheppard AFB. Tex. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Aldred J. Tigges of R. 1. Carroll and will assist in the care and treatment of patients at Lackland AFB. Tex. He is a 1975 graduate of Carroll Kuemper High School. NO LATE FILERS No more candidates filed for nomination papers for county offices in the June 8 primary as the 5 ^.m. Wednesday, deadline passed. County Election Commissioner William C. Arts Jr. reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Births- Mr, and Mrs. Donald Reineke, Carroll, a daughter Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Gehling, Westside, a daughter, Thursday r~ \ j Business Briefs The Weather IOWA FORECAST Variable cloudiness with occasional thunderstorms through Fr i d a y. Some possibly severe today and tonight. Windy today with, south winds up to 35 mph most areas. Continued mild with highs today mid 70s to around 80. Lows tonight mid 50s to around 60. Highs Friday in 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday: Chance of showers Saturday, ending Sunday. Highs in 70s Saturday, cooling to upper 50s and low 60s by Monday. Lows upper 40s to low 50s Saturday, cooling to mid-30s and low 40s by Monday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 83 Yesterday's low 58 At 7 a.m. today 63 At 10 a.m. today 69 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7 a.m.) .36 in. of rain Weather A Year Ago— Carroll temperatures included a high of 57 and low of 40 degrees a year ago today. Bierl Development Corporation has purchased the 133-acre former Henry Simons farm in the northeast section of Carroll and plans to develop the area into 540 residential building lots, according to Harold Bierl, president of the firm. The land lies southeast of the intersection of Grant Road and 18th Street. Bierl said grading on the site will begin very soon followed by the installation of paving, and sewer and water facilities. The former farm land will be developed in stages, with 59 of the 540 lots being developed initially. "We plan to construct affordable or expandable housing in the development." Bierl said. The Bierl company is also the developer of the nearby Applewood Knolls residential section. " -0- Ralph Garret, manager of the Gibson Discount Center in Carroll, attended the annual meeting of managers of 190 Gibson 'Discount Centers held recently in Omaha. Managers of the 190 Gibson ;.stores in 13 states, which are owned and operated by Pamida. Inc., of Omaha, discussed inventory control, • advertising, merchandising, store operation, over-all procedures, personnel, and customer relations at the two-day meeting. During the last year Pamida opened a total of 25 stores. 16 of which were, in new communities and 15 stores were in existing outlets in new. larger buildings. As a part of the continuing program of growth. 31 stores will be opened this year. -0- Doris Wilson of Wilson Real Estate and Pat Beck of Fleshner Family Realty attended the Region 1 Women's Council of Realtors Leadership and Educational Conference held recently in Des Moines. Main speaker for Record Amount of Blood Given AMES. Iowa (AP) —The annual Greek Week blood drive at Iowa State University has netted a record 2.264 pints of blood. COURT HOUSE TO CLOSE The Carroll County Court House will close at noon Friday and will remain closed for the rest of the day. Wind Upsets Trailer — -Staff Photo This 10.000-pound livestock semi trailer was blown over Wednesday night at Matt Bauer Livestock Trucking. Inc. southeast of Carroll during high winds in Wednesday night's storm. A bad weather watch for Carroll and Crawford Counties was called Wednesday night. the event was Vera McCarty of Richardson, Texas, president of the Women's Council of Realtors. Community Betterment Plans Told Community pride and citizens working together was emphasized at an Iowa Community Betterment Program meeting here Wednesday night. v Program Director Paul Come.r outlined the year's community betterment contest to those attending the meeting. The contest involves eight categories for communities under 250 to communities over 10,000. The communities do not have to be incorporated, he emphasized. Prizes for the competition range from $400 to $50. All communities that enter the statewide contest receive a large highway sign designating it as an "Iowa Community Betterment" participant. Communities may enter projects of a variety .of types, he said. A community of under 5.000 should not enter more than three projects. Communities over 5,000 are encouraged to submit only the most outstanding projects which they feel best reflect the efforts of their city to solve comtemporary or future problems, he said. Some projects mentioned during the meeting were clean-up campaigns, downtown refurbishing, developing a city park, social and cultural projects, senior citizens projects and recreation projects. A bicentennial celebration may be considered a project, he said. The work for the community betterment projects should have begun by October 13. 1975. Comer said. New phases of older projects may be submitted. The deadline for submitting an official entry to the contest is May 31. 1976. The Community Betterment Program workshops and banquet will be November 17,1976. For more information about the program, the Iowa Development Commission. 250 Jewett Building. Des Moines may be contacted or 515-281-3536 called. Daily Grain DES MOINES. Iowa (API — 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 2.35-2.41 4.35-4.44 N. Central 2.38-2.44 4.35-4.46 Northeast 2.40-2.48 4.39-4.56 Southwest 2.30-2.40 4.32-4.40 S. Central 2.33-2.45 4.37-4.45 Southeast 2.44-2.50 4.50-4.60 NAMED ADMINISTRATOR AUDUBON - Dennis Bock of Holstein ha's been named administrator of Audubon County Memorial hospital, effective May 10. He replaces Roger McLaughlin. who resigned several weeks ago. The new administrator now heads Good Samaritan Center at Holstein. Hospital Board Chairman Frank Wahlerl said Mrs. Charlotte Fett, director of nursing, will be acting administrator until Bock assumes ihe post.

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