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Deaths, Funerals RM2 TERRY 0. WIESE ARCADIA — Requiem mas . for Terry 0. Wiese, killed June 25 in an auto accident while serving with the navy in Greece, will be Monday morn ing, 10:30 a.m. at St. John' Catholic Church, Arcadia. Th Rev. C. A. Ahmann will of ficiate. Bearers will be nav> personnel from Des Moines Ehlers Gerken Post No. 694 American Legion, will form the honor guard. Friends may call at the Twi Funeral Home in Carroll be ginning at 7 p.m. Saturday. Ro saries Saturday will be at 8 p.m. and 8:45 p.m.; on Sunday at 3 p.m., 8 p.m. and 8:45 p.m Radioman Wiese was a 1964 graduate of Kuemper High School, and had been in the navy since Nov. 1, 1965. Survivors include his parents "Mr. and Mrs. Forrest E. Wiese of Arcadia; three brothers, Lon of Fort Lewis, Wash.; Lynn and Brent; a sister, Shelley; grandmothers, Mrs. Alma Greteman. and Mrs. Anna Wiese, Littleton, Colo.; and his fiancee, Marina Mairfaki of Athens, Greece. GEORGE SCHAFFER (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - George Schaffer, 77, of Lake City died after a long illness Wednesday, July 2, at Stewart Memorial Hospital in Lake City. He was a r e t i r e d farmer. Services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, with interment in the Lake City Cemetery. The Rev. John Holland, pastor of Woodlawn Christian Church, will officiate. Friends may call at Huffman's after 2 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Schaffer was born Sept. 11, 1891, at Champaign, 111., a son of Nicholas and Eva Schun- delmeier Schaffer, and came to Iowa in 1911. He was married to Marie Lux at Carroll on July 26, 1922. They came to the Lake City area to farm 22 years ago and after retiring, moved into Lake City. Survivors include his wife; five sons, John and Charles, Lake City; Everett, Jolley; Roy, Lohrville; and George Jr. of Andrew; a daughter, Mrs. Carl (Jean) Kalous, Lohrville; 18 grandchildren; two brothers, Fritz of Royal, 111., and Albert of Lake City; and two sisters, Mrs. John Carl, Rantoul, 111., and Mrs. Walter Johnson, Storm Lake. Mr. Schaffer was preceded in death by a son, three sisters and two brothers. FLORA L. WALKER (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Flora Lenora Walker, 86, of Lake City died Thursday morning, July 3, at the Golden Year Nursing Home in Lake City. She had been in ill health for some time. Arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. Miss Walker was born Oct. 27. 1882, in Lake City, a daugh ter of John and Emma Hands Walker. Surviving are two sis ters, Nettie Walker and Mrs Belle Day, both of Lake City a niece and a nephew. One brother preceded her in death. She was a member of the Lake City Presbyterian Church ARTHUR J. ANDERSON (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY -Arthur J. Anderson, 68, suffered a heart attack and died at his home in Lake City Wednesday, July 2. He had lived here since 1934 and operated an auto repair shop. Rites will be held at 3 p.m. Saturday in the Baptist Church at Lake City. The Rev. Gary Benjamin, pastor of the Church of Christ at Rockwell City, will officiate and burial will be in Cottonwood Cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, where friends may call after 2 p.m. Thursday. A son of Samuel and Eliza Halterman Anderson, Mr. Anderson was born at Rockwell City on Nov. 9, 1900. He was married to Catherine Clouse at Lohrville, Dec. 14, 1925. Surviving with his wife are a daughter, Mrs. Weston (Patri- ia) Albiston and a son, George, both of Seattle, Wash.; four grandchildren; three brothers, E. Anderson of Perry; Samuel A n d e r s o n of Vancouver, iVash., and Bert Anderson of t Dodge; and five sisters, Mrs. Ted Meusberger and Mrs. Durl Blasey of Rockwell City; Mrs. Florence Allison, Nashville, Tenn.; Mrs. Clarence Hanson, Racine, Wis.; and Mrs. W. E. Hazlett, Portland, Ore. Mr. Anderson was preceded n death by an infant child and ;wo brothers. BREDA — Final rites ware leld here Wednesday for Arlo John Wente, 47, of Breda, who died June 29 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll following a leart attack. The Rev. Gerald L. Zeman celebrated the requiem mass at 0 a.m. in St. Bernard's Church and officiated at the commital at the parish cemetery. Honorary pallbearers, mem- )ers of the Catholic Order of Foresters, were Julius Boes, ioren Reising, Richard Stark, iVillard Stark, Kenneth Pick and Earl Boes. Serving as ac- ive pallbearers were Henry ick, Albert Berning, Don Koser, Greg Schelle, Tony Rosener and Charles Schelle. A large n u m b e r of Legionnaires was present at the funeral for the World War II veteran. The Fred F. and Norman J. Pruning Post No. 607, American Legion, was in charge of mili- ary rites at the cemetery, leaded by Commander Ed Polk- ng. In the color guard were Urban Koster, Robert K n o b b e, Harence Schapman and Gus Berger. The firing squad in- luded Ed Boes, Louis Stork, Norman Wolterman, John Car- tMrs* BertM, Corral!, ft. Jolt 1, t96$ lift, John Wittry, Date Wittry, Leo Snyder and Neil Polking. Bugler was Richard Coffin. R e 1 a t i v e s and friends a,t- tehded the rites from Fairfax, Winthrop and Okabena, Minn.; Omaha, Neb.; Williamsbufg Ashton, Sheldon, Hemsen, Ida Grove, Danbury, Schaller Storm Lake, Fonda, Manning Odebolt, Fort Dodge, Mallard Farnhamville, Battle Creek Glidden, Wall Lake, Arcadia, Auburn, Carroll, and the Breda area. Arrangements were in charge of the Twit Funeral Home, Carroll. Stocks Higher in Fairly Active Trade Feld Recognized for Service by USO John B. Feld, former manager of the Carroll gas division office of the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co., has been awarded a certificate of merit ay United Service Organizations, Inc., "in recognition of distinguished service to the men and women of America's armed forces. Mr. Feld headed a recent fund drive for USO in the Carroll area. THE WEATHER ELSEWHERE By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 77 49 . Albuquerque, clear .. 98 69 Atlanta, clear 92 71 Bismarck, cloudy .... 78 60 .28 Boise, clear 67 55 . Boston, clear 70 65 58 .04 64 .01 64 .... 57 .... Buffalo, rain 71 Ihicago, rain 73 lincinnati, clear .10 NOTICE! BILL BURGESS MOTORS WILL BE CLOSED SATURDAY JULY 5th ALL DAY TO MARK DOWN PRICES ON EVERY NEW AND USED CAR ON OUR LOT! Watch This Newspaper For Important Sale Announcement 84 Cleveland, cloudy .... 75 Denver, clear 97 Des Moines, clear .... 85 Detroit, cloudy 79 Fairbanks, rain 68 ?ort Worth, clear .. 100 lelena, clear 85 Honolulu, M M ndianapolis, clear .. 83 Facksonville, clear .. 92 Funeau, cloudy 65 Cansas City, clear .. 88 .os Angeles, cloudy 86 jouisville, clear 83 Memphis, cloudy 95 71 .03 Mami, cloudy 86 76 .... Milwaukee, fog 76 54 .31 Upls.-St.P., cloudy .. 82 58 .... Yew Orleans, clear .. 98 73 .... Yew York, cloudy .. 82 67 .... Okla. City, clear 96 75 .... Omaha, cloudy 87 70 .... 'hiladelphia, 'cloudy 82 67 .... clear 110 .05 63 53 79 52 M 65 74 50 75 69 66 NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market, with investors reported encouraged by its ability to keep its technical rally going, continued higher early this afternoon in fairly active trading. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was 5.23 at 885.92. Gains led losses by better than 450 issues. Brokers said the market's early action "looked pretty good" but cautioned that it could be blunted by the approaching long weekend. The exchanges will be closed Friday for the Fourth of July holiday. Many investors, brokers said, become cautious before weekends because they think there could be developments during the period that might affect the market when it reopens. Steels, motors, utilities and electronics mostly were fractionally higher. Alrcrafts and rails were mixed. Sperry Rand paced the New York Stock Exchange active list, as 13 of the 20 most-active advanced, 6 declined, and 1 was unchanged. Sperry Rand gained % to 55V 4 . Canadian Homestead Oils led the American Stock Exchange most-active list, up 7 /s at 24%. NEW YORK (AP) -Noon stock quotations Thursday: AlliedCh 29% Int Harv 30% AlliedStrs 38V 4 Am Can 48% AmChain 33% Int Salt Int T&T Interst P 36 51 7 /8 19 7 /8 279/4 9% 31% AmCrysS AmHome AMKCp Am Mot AniSmelt AmStd AmSugar 2? Am T&T 54% Am Tob — Anaconda 3U& Afmour — Atl Rich Avco 117% 28'4 BeatFds 38% ta E1L&P 21% Iowa til G 24 la PAL 27% KC P&L Kn'cott Kraft Co Krsge S3 Leh PrtC Loch Air Martin Maytag Marcor M'dlth Mobil 62% 41 45% 43V4 16% 27% 22V4 87% BendixAv 41% Nat Gyp 30 BethStl 32% N Am Rk 31% Bo'ngAif 40% N Nat G 47% Borden 29% Penney 52% Brunswik 22V4 Pa Cen 50% Case JI 14% Pep Cola 47% Chrysler 46% Phill Pet 33% CollinsRa 46% Pn'walt 29V4 ConEdis 32 Proct G 93% Con Oil 35% Qk Oats 56 CPCIntl 37% RCA 41 Curtis Wr 20% Key Tob 39% Deere 42% duPont 134V4 EastKod 77% Eltra Cp 31% Fairmont 21 FooteMin 16% Safeway Sear Rob SFe Ind Sou Pac Std Brds S Oil Cal Fuehauf 35% S Oil NJ GmbleSk 27% Gen Elec Gen Mot GenPCm 90% 79 21% GenT&El 36% Goodyear 30 GtWestU G'hound Hershey Homestk IBM I.C.Ind 57V4 20% 26% 28% 354 53% Swift Co Texaco TRW Un Elec Un Pac Uni Ai L Unit Ai US Gyp US Steel WU Tel Westg El W'wrth 26% 69% 28 36% 47Vz 66% 78V4 27% 77% 34V4 20ft 44 38 59% 69% 42'/4 52% 60% 37% Pittsburgh, clear 83 Ptlnd, Me. clear 72 Ptlnd, Ore., cloudy .. 69 Rapid City, clear 88 Richmond, clear 82 St. Louis, cloudy 84 Salt Lk. City, clear .. 97 San Diego, cloudy .. 79 San Fran., clear 63 Seattle, cloudy 67 53 51 58 60 70 73 1.02 55 61 53 56 Tampa, clear 93 76 .16 73 51 Washington, clear Winnipeg, cloudy (M—Missing) 90 73 Little League SENIOR LEAGUE W KC 10 Legion 7 Crouse 7 6 Kiwanis 7 6 Elks 6 7 Uptown 2 11 Tuesday Results— KC 6, Uptown 3 Kiwanis 8, Legion 6 Crouse 9, Elks 1 Wednesday Results— KC 7, Elks 4 Legion 4, Crouse 0 Kiwanis 18, Uptown 4 ORIENTATION LEADERS Five Carroll County young persons attending the University of Iowa, Iowa City, have been chosen to serve as orientation leaders and co-leaders to introduce new students to the campus in September. Among the 310 orientation leaders are Sharon Huegerich, Thomas Holland, and James Kelso, all of Carroll, and Alice Hansen and Steven Moorhouse, both of Glidden. The leaders and co-leaders will assist small groups of new students, and will plan faculty-home visits, , Arlington, Va. Guests at Fred Schmidt Home (Time* Herald Newt Service) WALL LAKE — Tuesday afternoon visitors in the home of Fred and Etta Schmidt were VIr. and Mrs. Bill Wilken of Arlington, Virginia. Wednesday juests were Kevin and Randy Schmidt of Lake View. Joel and Jeahna Scott spent Friday afternoon. Chris Bauer of Au}urn was a Sunday afternoon caller. Fred and Etta Schmidt and Carl and Caroline Werkmeister spent last Monday in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Willhoite attended the 25th anniversary br Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Anderson of Sioux City and family reunion Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Waddell at Marion. Co-op Picnic Held at Black Hawk (Time* Herald New* Service) WALL LAKE — Those attending the co-operative picnic Sunday at Black Hawk Lake were: Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Geake, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Geake and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bieret and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Bieret and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Bieret and family and Mrs. Mike Bieret. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Goodenow entertained Nel Waldron of Long Beach, California and Mrs. Bill Newby for dinner Sunday at the cafe here. They later called on Mr. Newby at the Manning General Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Willhoite called in the Ray Willhoite home at Odebolt Sunday after- Presbyterian Bible School Concludes <Tim«» Herald New* Service) MANNING - The annual Presbyterian Bible School concluded on Sunday morning, June 29, with a special children's service at 10:00. Members of the Junior Department assisted Rev. Robert Rushing in the worship service. Songs were sung by children in the Kindergarten and Primary departments. Books and crafts were on display in the basement of the church following the service, and a brunch was served b members of the United Presby terian Women. Children of the Bible Schoo made placemats for residents of the Manning Plaza. Thes were presented to Mrs. Leo Bruhn, administrator of the Plaza, during a short program in the Plaza dining room on Thursday afternoon. Teachers and assistants in eluded Barbara Wiese, Mary Wiese, kindergarten; Mrs Galen Ferry, Becky Tank, pri mary; Mrs. John Miller, Mrs Gene Wiese, junior; Mrs. Her man Lamp, arts and crafts Mrs. Lester Wiese, music; Anne Jensen, Doris Volquartsen, rec reation; Mrs. Orland Fara, Mrs Earl Blohm, Janet Arp, substitutes; Mrs. Marvin Hill, Mrs Orland Fara, refreshments; Mrs. Harold Schmidt, director. Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 2,000; butchers 25 higher; 1-2 sorted 195-225 Ib butchers 27.50-28.00; 1-3 195-235 Ibs 26.5027.25; 2-3 200-240 Ibs 26.00-26.50: 2-4 240-260 Ibs 25.75-26.00; sows 25 higher; 1-3 300-350 Ibs 22.7523.50; 2-3 500-540 Ibs 20.25-2i.25. Cattle 200; calves none; not enough steers or heifers on hand to test trend; couple loads high choice 1,165-1,180 Ib steers yield grade 2 to 4 34.50; part load high chotee 950 Ib slaughter heifers 34.00. Sheep 100; spring slaughter lambs fully steady; couple lots choice and prime 96-101 Ibs 31.50: package 118 Ibs 31.00. DES MOINES (AP)-(USDA) —Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 30,000; moderately active; demand fair; butchers steady to 25 higher, U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs 25.00-26.25, few in west for Saturday delivery 25.75,2 and 3 230-240 Ibs 25.00-26.00; sows steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs at 22.00-23.00, 330-400 Ibs at 21.5022.50. SIOUX CITY (AP) Hogs 4,000; butchers steady to strong, some 25 higher, U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ibs 26.25-26.50; sows steady to strong, U.S. 1-3 300400 Ibs 22.50-23.00. Cattle 700; not enough to test trade. Sheep 250; not enough for a market test. Daily Record Court House Applicant t Gordon ft. Wad- Thompson and Marcia L. Johnson, both of Denison. New Vihiefet R«gl»t«r«l- Eugene F. or Marjorie C. Wagner, Carroll, Dodge; Jens J. Olesen, Coon Rapids, Dodge; Phyllis Accola or Wilma Hobbs, Coon Rapids, Chrysler; Charles F. or Ruth L. Storony, Coon Rapids, Buick; Vernon A. Stangl, Manning, Ford. Real Esfata Transfer*** Regilda Witt to Erwift W. Witt, 1/3 interest N^SEV4 and EV6NE, Sec. 31, Twp. 83, Range 36. Guardianship of Edna K. WHt to Erwin W. Wttt, 1/3 interest NMiSEi/4 and E^NE, Sec. 31, Twp. 83, Range 36. Robert K. and Marian G. Melick to Lyle G. and Lois F. Hansen, part Lot 4, Tiir. Sur. NEV4, Sec. 20, Twp. 82, Range 36. Hospitals ST. ANTH5NV HOSPITAL Dismissal* July 4— Brian G. Hoffman, Glidden Cheryl A. Olerich, Wall Lake Carol A. Walz, Caffoll Frank A. Wak, Carroll George R. Lucey, Carroll Mrs. Henry A. Soppe, Carroll Mrs. Thomas J. Boes and baby, Carroll Linnwood A. Tuel, Coon Ra* pids Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Ralph R. Heisterkamp, Breda, a son, Wednesday Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 2.47 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.10 Oats .63 Attend Schwaller Family Reunion (Time* Hrrnld Newi Serving DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jenning and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Otto and family, all of Omaha arrived in Dedham this past week to attend the Schwaller family reunion at Graham Park in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Don Winnett returned Friday from a five- day fishing trip at Ten Strick, Minn. Reds Plan Moon Shot on July 10 MOSCOW (AP) - Communist sources said Wednesday the Soviet Union plans to launch an unmanned moon probe July 10 that will attempt to scoop up a sample of lunar soil and return it to earth. The experiment, if successful, would precede the American attempt to land two men on the moon by just six days. Christine Herrig, Mr. noon. Mrs. and Mrs. Elmer Herrig, Mrs. J. L. Mack and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boes and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Herrig and family attended the Herrig reunion at the Sac City Community auilding Sunday. Edna Zadow spent Sunday afternoon with her sister, Mrs. Olga Fitzsimons at Early. Mrs. Alvin Johnson was admitted to Lake City hospital on Sunday, June 29, and underwent surgery on Tuesday, July 1. Most of Swat's 600,000 people are farmers who raise rice, wheat, corn, fruit, watermelons and vegetables on irragated and terraced land in the lowlands of the Himalayas. Out-of-to\vn Guests at Johnson Home (Time* Herald Newi Service) The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy Thursday night with chance of thundersnowers, ows 60s north, up south. Turning cooler in the northwest lortion Friday with highs in the 80s. Temperatures in the southeast are expected to reach the 90s. Saturday's outlook: Scattered showers or thunderstorms and a little cooler. The Weather in Carroll THUNDERSTORMS (pull}- Temperatures Courtesy i>f low* Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 85 Yesterday's low 64 At 7 a.m. today 64 At 10 a.m. today 75 Weather A Year Ago~ Temperatures were mild in Carroll a year ago today. At 7 a.m. the mercury stood at 56 degrees; it was 70 degrees at 10 a.m. MANNING - Alice Weygandt of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., and Mary Williamson of Des Moines visited in the C. M. Johnson home from Tuesday until Thursday of this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Lovett of El Paso, Tex., will arrive on July 4 to spend a few days with the Johnsons. Andrew Boyens of Maquoketa has returned home after spending some time here with his sisters, Mrs. Margaret Schroeder and Mrs. Louie Dammann. He also visited with his brother, Fred Boyens, who is a patient in Crawford County Hospital in Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffmann were weekend guests in the Lyle Hoffmann home in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Max Gruhn, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Genzen and family of Manning; Gary Gruhn and ReAnn Johnston of Omaha, and Dean Heuton and family of Lidderdale were among guests at a birthday party in the Charles Segebart home near Manilla on June 29, honoring Mr. Segebart.. Recent visitors of Mrs. Wyatt were her grandson, Major Ron« aid 0. Wyatt and family, who recently returned from a three year tour of duty at Elmendorf AFB, Alaska. The family will make its new home in San Antonio, Tex., where Major Wyatt will begin an Orthopedic Surgery Residency July 15 at WiU ford Hall Hospital, Lackland AFB, Gruhn Family Holds \ Reunion at Westsid (Timei Herald News Service) MANNING - The Gruhn fam enjoyed a picnic and reunion at the Auxiliary rooms at West side on Sunday, June 29. Attending the event were Mr and Mrs. Alfred Mahnke, Mr and Mrs. Duane Mahnke, Deb bie, Donna, Cindy and Lee, Al bert City; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Custer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ja cobsen, Marcia, Kirk and Rick Mr. and Mrs. Bud Wigg and Di anne, Darla, Bruce, and Curtis Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thomsen Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hansen am Neil, all of Harlan; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jansen Springfield, S.D.; Mr. and Mrs Larry Anthony and Terry, Ar cadia; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rose, Pamela, and Barbara Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Gilmer Anthony and Randy, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Danny Anthony, Newton; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruse and LuAnne, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Koch, Karla, Sheila, Lisa, of Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ruhde, Roxanne and Russell; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gruhn and Nancy; Mr. and Mrs. Grover Steen; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stribe, Allen, Sue Ann, Lisa, all of Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Lenus Anderson, Linda and Lon, Arcadia, who were on the committee. The Bantu language is the most widely spoken language in the southern half of Africa. R, M.-2 Terry 0. Wiese 22 Friend* may call at Twit Funeral Home •tartinf at 7 p.m. Saturday, Rotary Saturday I p.m. and 8:4$ p.m. Sunday at 3 p.m., I p.m. and 1:45 p.m. Ihlau.Garktn Pa»t Na. (94 Honor Guard. (Uquitm Man 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Jehn'i Church, Arcadia. Rev. C. A. Ahmann, officiating. Final Raiting Place St. Jehn'i Cemetery, Arcadia, Virginia Visitors in Steve Hoft Home <Tlnie« Herald Jf«w« gcrvlea) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Liercke of Alexandria, Va., were Tuesday overnight guests in the Steve Hoft home. They left Wednesday morning for the West Coast. Mr. Liercke is in the AID program with emphasis on African development. He had worked several years previously in the Peace Corps in Africa. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Baird and Holly Lynn of Still Waters, Okla., were weekend guests in the Glen Bengtson home. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hoft accompanied by Miss V e r n a Schmidt attended the funeral of Emil Ehlers Friday morning at Manning. Mrs. Howard Brotherton and Vicki, and Charles Brotherton of Manning spent Friday in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Gerdes and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Gerdes attended the funeral of George Groen Sunday afternoon at Hartley. NEW ADDRESS TEMPLETON - Airman Ken Ocken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Ocken of Templeton, has completed basic training at Lackland AFB Tex., and has been assigned to training as a Communications Center Specialist. His new address is: AMN Kenneth J. Ocken AF 68105291, SQ. 75 Box B-6572 CMR No. 2, Sheppard AFB, Tex., 76311. Birth OMAHA, Neb. — Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stilwill, Omaha, son, Patrick, July 2 at Archbishop Bergan Hospital, Omaha. Mrs. Stilwill is the former Jeanine Madigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madigan of Carroll. Paternal grandparents are Judge and Mrs. C. F. Stilwill of Sioux City. Patrick has two brothers. STEWART MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Lake City (Times Herald Newt Service) Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Newkirk, Lake City, a son, Wednesday Chicago Grain _.--- w --- At« Furnished by The Humphrey Gialn Company WHEAT 126% July ... Sept Dec March CORN July .... Sept Dec March OATS July . Sept. -.... Dec March RYE July „... _. Sept Dec. _ 135 Vf 139 126% 125% 124% .... 61% ..... 62 — 65% - 67% ~. 114% .... 117% .... 120% 125% 128% 138% 123% 125% 123% 128% 61 125% 128% 134% 138% 126 '/, 125 Vi 124 '4 129 !i March 123 SOY BEANS 266% .... 262 245% July Aug. Sept. SOY BEAN ME/LL July Auj Sep 77.60 78.05 74.45 67*4 114 1171,4 120% 123 tf, 265% 260% 244% 76.95 77.75 74.15 61 % 65% 67 V4 114% 117*4 120 »i 123 !4 266% 261 "i 245'4 77.30 78.00 74.30 Daily Times Herald 515 North Main Street Carroll, Iowa Doily Exccp* Sundays and Holidays other than February 22, November 11 by The Herald Publishing Company. W. WILSON, Publisher HOWARD B. WILSON, Editor W. L. REITZ, News Editor MARTIN MAHER, Advt. Mgr. Entered as iecond-<lass matter al the post-office at Carroll, Iowa, under the act of March 2, 1879. Member of the Associated Press The Associated Press Is entitled exclusively to the us* for republication of all the local news printed in this newspaper as well as all AP dispatches. Official Paper of County and City Subscription Rotes By carrier boy delivery per .50 IOWA TRAFFIC DEATHS By Th* Associated Press July 3, 1969 364 July 3, 1968 400 by the State Safety Department By the State Safety Department July 3, 1969 344 July 3, 1968 394 week •Y MAIL Carroll County and All Adjoining Counties, per year --------------- 11500 Outside of Carroll and Adjoining Counties in Zones AH" *25" 2 t. per year ..... fl 8 - oa All Other Mail in the United States, oer year. .122.00 Th* Carroll Daily Times Herald fs an ABC Daily Newspaper. The number of subscribers, recorded doily on permanent records and verified by the nationally recognized Audit Bureau of Circulations guarantees advertisers the paid circulation figures of the Carroll Doily Times Herald are accurate. Only an ABC newspaper can give assurance its stated circulation is accurate. AUCTION SATURDAY, JULY 5 Sole Starts Promptly qfr 1:00on Livestock W« should have some real nice light calve* for Saturday if everything gott as planned. CATTLi 7 Whiteface heifers 4JO fei. 4 Choice steers, 550 Ibs, We expect 1 Semi load of Angut heifert wt, 400 to 430 Ibs. Fancy quality, Some of thtst pood light calves are starting to movt M if you need s*mt good light replacement stack just give us a call wt will be glad ta help fill yowr needs, There alto will ba several small lots of cattle. HOGS SO Choice feeder pigs off farm. I Mixed pigs, Expect 1 or 2 brood M w». SHEEP •xpact a small bunch of feeder lambs. favaral misc. items. Farmers Sale Co. Incorporated C. W. 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