Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 3, 1970 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Deaths, Funerals HARRY FRANT2 (Time* Herald News Service) LANESBORO - Harry Frantz, 65, died at his home In Laftesboro Monday night. Nov. 2. He was a retired carpenter Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. Mr. Frantz, a son of Peter aad Jesse Hackdtit Frantz, was born Aug. 10, 1905, at Jefferson. He was married to Minnie Wenger at Carroll on Oct. 29, 1928, and they had Mved in Lanesboro since 1941. Surviving with his wife are a son. G a y 1 e n, of Glidden; two grandchildren and six sisters, Mrs. John Thornton, Scranton: Mrs. Homer Rittgers of Pensyl- vania; Mrs. Adolpih Subbert, Council Bluffs; Mrs. Bob Patrick of California; Mrs. "Bud" Battes of Ohio; Mrs. Jane Hiatt and Mrs. Robert Shackleton, both of Oklahoma. Another sis- ler preceded him in death. HENRY EDWARD ARP (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Henry Edward Arp. 77, of Manning died Monday evening, Nov. 2, at St. An- tfio'ny Hospital In Carroll. He had,been in failing health since an accident while working eight years ago. He entered St. Anthony Hospital five weeks ago. Funeral services will be at 2 p'.m. Thursday at Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with tfie" Rev. Andrew Stewart- Mprris, pastor of the Manning Methodist Church, officiating. Burial will be in Manning Cemetery with military honors by the American Legion and the V.F.W. Friends may call at the Ohde Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Arp was born Aug. 2, 1893, in Camanche, Clinton County, the son of Elizabeth Blakeley and Edward Arp. He came to the Manning community as a young boy with his family. He attended rural schools and worked on the farm. Mr. Arp served overseas during World War I, and was married to Catherine Tassick on Nov. 24, 1920 in Carroll. They made their home in Manning, where Mr. Arp worked for 38 years with Priebe and Sons. He was a member of the Manning - Methodist -Church, the V.F.W., and a 50-year member of the American Legion. .He is survived by his wife and three children, Lyle 0. Arp, Mrs. Joe (Marian) Knueven, and Norman E. Arp; one sister, Mable Arp; ten grandchildren and four great-grandchildren all of Manning. Mr. Arp was preceeded in death by one grandson. Roberl Knueven; two brothers, John and Joseph Arp; and one sister, Mrs. Anna Frank. MRS. ELA COLVIG HINKLEY (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY — Mrs. Ella Colvig Hlnkley, 95, publisher of the "Lake City Graph! c", died Tuesday morning, Nov. 3, at Shady Oaks Nursing Home here where she had been for the past six weeks. Services will be held Thursday morning at 10:30 at *he Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City, with burial in Lake City Cemetery. Friends may call at Huffman's after 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Hinkley was a lifelong resident of Lake City. She was editor of the Graphic from 1919 until her retirement in 1950. She became publisher following the death of her mother in 1954. She was a member of f/he United Presbyterian Church and of the Lake Queen chapiter, Order of the Eastern Star, of which she was a past matron. She was born at Lake City on Aug. 16, 1875, a daughter of Theodore and L u c r e t i a Parker lotchkiss. Her father founded she first newspaper in Calhoun bounty and published papers In Rockwell City, Pomeroy and Hanson before starting the Graphic 85 years ago. She was a musical protege at the age of "our years and made appearances throughout the state and country. She studied music at he Boston Conservatory. On Nov. 6, 1895, she marrie Dr. James Colvig, who prac faced dentistry here until his death in 1930. Her marriage t Elmo Hinkley took place Nov. 2 1937 and he died in 1939. Sh maintained her own 'home i Lake City until 1965 and the! became the first resident o Sunyview Retirement Home a Rockwell City, where sihe livei until entering Shady Oaks a Lake City. Surviving are a daughter Mrs. Donald (Gladys) Sherman of Sun City, Calif.; two sons George and Porter Colvig, both -of Lake City, who operate the Graphic; 7 grandchildren, I great-grandchildren and severa great - great - grandchildren; a sister, Mrs. George Wright o Twin Lakes; and three step daughters, Mrs. Letta Marks o Iowa City, Mrs. Olive Eich o West Branch and Mrs. Ruth Kenison of Marshalltown. In addition to her husbands 2 tim*» H«r*M, Carroll, 10. Twttdoy, Nov. 3. 1<??0 Mrs. Hinkley was preceded Ir cleath by six brothers and sis ters. OTTILLIA Requiem Hoffmann, HOFFMANN mass for Ottillia 68, be celebrated of Willey will at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Mary's Church in Willey by the Rev. Francis Nemmers. Interment will be in the parish cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home In Carroll after 7 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will be recited Tuesday at 8 and 8:45 p.m. and Wednesday at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m. Miss Hoffmann died about 8 a.m. Monday, Nov. 2, at St. Anthony Hospital. She had been in failing health since Sept. 9. A lifelong resident of Willey, she was born there July 17,1902, a daughter of Joseph P. and Anna Reil Hoffmann. She received her education there and was a member of St. Mary's ,'hurch and Rosary Sodality. Survivors Include two brothers, Richard of Willey and Leonard of Carroll; two sisters, Mrs. Iharles (Mary) Conlon, Emmetsburg, and Mrs. Rose Berger, Glidden; also nieces and nephews. Four brothers, Joseph, John, Alois and Mike Hoffmann, preceded her in death. MRS. EDNA E. NILES SAC CITY - Mrs. Edna E. Wes, 78, of Sac City, died at Loring Hospital here Monday, ov. 2. Rites will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Father and Ottoman Funeral Home, Sac lity, with the Rev. Neil Denton fficiating. Burial will be in the Corey Grove Cemetery. Hot off the Wire Raid Uncovers Explosives, 50 Building Plans NEW YORK (AP) — Six per-1 ing of public buildings in the sons, including a 54-year-old Bronx mother and her son, have been arrested in police raids that uncovered a variety of explosive material for making bombs and building plans for 50 structures. Bronx Dist. Atty. Burton B. Roberts said there was reason to believe "that four of the six persons arrested are connected with the Weatherman faction of the Students for a Democratic Society." Announcing the arrests Monday, Roberts said his office had maintained surveillance on two apartments in the Bronx and one in Manhattan since mid- July. He said the investigation by his office began after the bomb- city. None of the six arrested was specifically charged with having committed any bombings. Those seized were Mary Doyle, 54, and her son Timothy. 28; Beth Katz, 26, and Donald Cavellini, 26, all of New York; Cavellini's twin brother, William, of Somervllle, Mass.; and Jefferson Bernard, 19, of Syracuse. SAIGON (AP) — The U.S. Air Force's 45th Tactical Reconnaissance Squadron Is being disbanded and its 20 RF101 Voodoo jets will be reassigned to Air National Guard units in the United States, the U.S. Command announced today. It is the first reconnaissance squadron to be deactivated in Vietnam. WASHINGTON (AP) - Th« Soviet Union says a hard-line approach taken by one of its diplomats about the future of Berlin has been misunderstood. Soviet Foreign Minister Andred A. Gromyko has attempted, In separate meetings with U.S., British and West German officials, to explain that his ambassador to East Germany is not a hard-liner. But Gromyko has not spelled out how the ambassador was misunderstood. The Soviet diplomat, Pjotr A. Abrasimov, will have the opportunity to elaborate on the proposal when he meets in Berlin Wednesday with U.S., British and French ambassadors. Abrasimov took the other Big Four powers by surprise at an Oct. 9 meeting. He proposed West Berlin be divorced politically from West Germany, and that the Soviet Union be given virtual veto power over the future of the divided city, while denying similar rights to Western powers in East Berlin. SAN DIEGO, Calif. (AP) - A Nixon adminstratlon spokesman says the Soviets have removed all of their equipment from Cienfuegos, a deep-water Cuban port where the administration had charged they were building a submarine base. Herbert Klein, the President's director of communications, told a news conference Monday that the construction has halted after the administration applied "strong but. quiet diplomacy." and the last of the equipment was pulled out over the weekend. PARIS (AP) - Diplomatic sources reported today that Italy and Red China are near an agreement to establish diplomatic relations after more than 18 months of secret talks in the French capital. PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) — A group of inmates at the Cummins Prison Farm abandoned a bid for freedom after holding four men hostage for 13 hours. The inmates, armed with two .38-caliber pistols, had originally demanded a car, a full tank of gasoline and time to escape, threatening to kill the hostages if their demands were not met. p.m. Tuesday, and where the rosary will be recited that evening at 7:30 and 8:30. Miss Kroeger, daughter of Arnold and Anna Riesberg Kroeger, was born at Templeton Nov. 4, 1887. She was a member of Sacred Heart Church and Guild. Surviving are four sisters, Mrs. ight Niles is children: survived by Mrs. Eva Harold C. Schrad Arcadia—Age 55 Friends may coll at fh« Twir Funeral Home starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary at 3 p.m. and 8 p.m. Tuesday and 8:45 p.m. Tuesday by Knights of Columbus, Templeton. /. Requiem Mass ... 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. John's Catholic Church, Arcadia. Officiating ..] Rev. C. A. Ahmann Final Resting Place St. John'* Parish Cemetery TWIT Miss Ottillia Hoffmann Willey— Age 68 Friend* may call at the Twit Funeral Home starting at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Rotariei at 8 and 8:45 p.m. Tuesday and 3, 8, and 8:45 p.m. Wednesday. Requiem Mass 9:30 a.m. Thursday, St. Mary's Church, Willey. Officiating Rev. Francis J. Nemmers Final Resting Place St. Mary's Cemetery. Willey. TWIT Jrouchous, Mrs. Walter (Vera) Berry, Mrs. Les (Janice) Zeman, Charles, Russell and Gerald Niles, all of Sac City; Dale Niles, Wild Rose, Wis.; and Mrs. Steve (Florine) Jurkovie of Chicago; also 29 grandchildren, 18 great-grandchildren and the following brothers and sisters: George and Ralph Pel- lersels and Mrs. Louis (Alice) Miller, all of California; Robert Pellersels, Sac City; Mrs. Ted (Irene) Weisner, St. Paul; and Mrs. Esther Miller, Carroll. She was preceded in death by her husband, Henry G. Niles; three brothers and one sister. MRS. EVERETT C. STUTZMAN GLIDDEN — Final rites for Mrs. Everett C. Stutzman, 75, of Glidden, were held here at 10:30 a.m. Monday in the United Methodist Church. Officilalting was the Rev. Dr. Relatives 0. E. Cooley. Edward Walkup sang "Abide With Me" and "Nearer My God to Thee", accompanied by the o r g a n i s t, Mrs. Donald Hansen! Pallbearers were Ralph Bish, Owen Overholt, Kenneth Sherer, Joe 3undt, Ed Pedersen and Elmer Deters. Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, under direction of he Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Glidden. Mrs. Stutzman, the former "essie Wilma Blakesslee, died Oct. 30 at St. Anthony Hospital n Carroll following a brief illness. JOSEPHINE KROEGER TEMPLETON — Josephine roeger, 82, lifelong Templeton esident, died at her home on Route 1 at 2:15 p.m. Monday, Vov. 2. Requiem mass will be cele- rated by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. W. Behrens at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart Church here, with interment in lie parish cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the ihde Funeral Home, Manning, rthere friends may call after 3 Mathilda Kroeger and Mrs. Frank (Louise) Stevens, Templeton; Mrs. Albert (Eleanor) Heithoff, Blgin, Neb.; and Mayme Kroeger of Rochester, Minn.; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. George (Josephine) H o b b s of Glidden. Two sisters and a brother preceded 'her in death. DONALD A. LIERCKE (Timi* Herald Newt Service) WALL LAKE — Mrs. Steve Hoft of Wall Lake received word Saturday that her nephew, Donald A. Liercke, died unexpectedly at his home in Pasadena, Calif., Friday evening. Mr. Liercke was head of the speech and drama department at Pasadena City College, where he had taught for 25 years. Services will be held Friday afternoon at the Hughes-Nelson Funeral Home at Storm Lake; burial will be In the Newell Cemetery. JOHN AXMAN DEDHAM — Requiem mass for John Axman, 90, of Dedham, was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday in St. Joseph Church here by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Pallbearers were Francis Conley, Leo Irlbeck, Ambrose Irlbeck, Louis Klocke, Russell Axman and Joe Axman. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll. Livestock Market CHICAGO (AP) — Slaughter steer and slaughter heifer prices were steady at the Chicago Stockyards Tuesday and cattle receipts totaled a thin 600 head. Sheep receipts totaled 100 head. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Cattle 600; all represented classes steady; couple loads high choice and prime 1,225-1,275 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 29.00-29.50; choice 1,0001,225 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 28.0028.75; load high and choice and prime around 1,025 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 27.50; few loads and lots choice 875-950 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 26.50-27.25; utility and commercial cows 18.25-19.50; few utility and commercial bulls 24.00-26.00. Sheep 100; part load good and choice 109 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 26.50. DES MOINES (AP)-(USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 90,000; uneven; demand good; butchers steady to 25 higher, U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs 15.25-16.25, few in west at 16.50, 230-240 Ibs 15.00-16.00; sows mostly steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 12.50-13.75, 330-400 Ibs 12.00-13.25. SIOUX CITY (AP) - (USDA) — Hogs 9,500; butchers steady to 25 lower, U.S. 1-3 190-240 Ibs 16.00-16.50; sows strong to 25 higher, U.S. 1-3 300-500 Ibs 12.7513.75. Cattle 2,500; steady to strong; choice 1,000-1,250 Ib steers 26.7527.50; choice 850-1,050 Ib heifers 25.50-26.25. Sheep 1,600; not established. OMAHA (AP) — (USDA)— Hogs 8,500; butchers steady to 25 higher; some sales 200-230 Ibs 50 higher; 1-3 190-240 Ibs 16.2516.75; sows steady, 325-625 Ibs 12.25-13.50. Cattle 5,500, calves 350; steers weak to 25 lower, heifers mostly steady; choice steers 27.00-27.75; choice heifers 26.00-26.75. Sheep 700; lambs steady; choice shorn lambs 28.00; choice wooled lambs 26.25-26.75. Daily Record New York Stocks were present from Dedham, Templeton, Willey and Carroll. Mr. Axman died Oct. 30 at St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll. •Fire (Continued From Page 1) NEW YORK (AP) - Stock market prices continued their rise early this afternoon in relatively listless election day rally. Trading was moderate. At noon the Dow Jones aver age of 30 industrials was up 5.27 at 763.28. Advances outnumbered de clines on the New York Stock Exchange by more than 21 to 1. Analysts attributed the upswing to technical factors, saying that some traders were encouraged by the market's ability to hold its own in absence of significant news developments. ,But trading remained rela- We Thank You! WE ARE GRATEFUL to the men of the Cor roll ™e dtpqitment, Hit Gliddtn fire deportment tht Carroll police deportment the city employees, and oil others who were so helpful Tuesday night during the tire in our store. We con be proud of the job they did. James Waters come relief to the weary fire fighters by bringing hot coffee and sandwiches to the scene. Free hamburgers were also supplied for the firemen in a nearby tavern. The flrt was fairly well un* dor control by t:30 p.m. and most of tho firemen wore ablo to leave tho scene by 11:30. But tho fire flared up again shortly after midnight and the fir* alarm was sounded again ot 12:30 a.m. Firemen continued to pour water into the smoldering ruins until •fter I a.m. Tuesday, City officials were working Tuesday morning preparing plans to knock down the shell of the gutted building to prevent any possible Injuries from collapsing walls or falling debris. The demolition work will not be possible, however, until after the insurance companies have made their examinations and completed their reports. Tho two buildings destroyed by the fire were being used as temporary locations by the Waters Department Store. The firm had been forced to move from its former location on Adams Street to make way for the east one-half of the new Westgate Mall which is scheduled to open later this month. A MW building to house Waters Department Store Is already under construction on the northwest corner of Fifth and Adams Streets. The building is expected to be ready for occupancy next spring. Breakdowns (Continued From Page 1) lass-educated and lower-income groups. On a geographic basis, Northeastern adults had lower rates, while Southern* ers had higher rates than average. Among unexpected findings, the Public Health Service reported lower rates of breakdown among persons who had never married—especially White women—and among working men and women compared with retired men and women housekeepers, respectively. Farmers and service workers tended to experience more nervous symptoms than did profs- sional, clerical and operating workers. Injuries Fatal to Davenport Boy, 5 DAVENPORT (AP) - Joseph Polhl, 5, of Davenport, Monday died of injuries ihe received when he was struck by a car while wailking to school in the morning. Police said the driver of the vethicle left tihe scene of the accident. lively light as many investors seemed willing to stay on the sidelines until the election returns were in. At noon the Associated Press 60-stock average was up 1.3 at 258.4. Stocks were up in all categories. Large-block trades of 10,000 or more included a 128,600-share parcel of Zayre Corp. at 26%, off IV*, and a 66,000-share block of Baker Oil Tools at 23, off %. Other Big Board prices included Colt Industries, off V 4 to 14; Fannie Mae, up 1% to 53^; University Computing, up 1 to 23 7 /s; Saxon Industries, up 1 to 21%; and Fairchild Camera, up 1 to 21%. Amex prices included Remco, off % to 5%; Digital Equipment, up 2Yz to 61; Marshall Industries, up ! J /4 to 27y s ; Fleetwood Enterprises, up 1% to 35%; and ITEL, up % to 17'/4. Court House Applications to Wed— Scott M. Traner, 21, and Donna Hill, 20, both of Carroll New Vehicles Registered- Herman B. Gerdes, Carroll Chrysler; Richard H. or Janice R. Ferrell, Coon Rapids, Chev rolet; American Oil Co., Carroll, International truck; Her man J. J. Sonksen, Manning Dodge truck; Bruce E. Fee Breda, Ford; Vincent H. Hal bur, Manning, Chevrolet pick up; Byron G. or Jean Schultz Breda, Volkswagen; and Witt rock Motor Co., Carroll, Chrysler. Real Estate Transfers- Margaret Pletchette to Louis and Dorothy A. Hoffman, part tats 7, 8 and 9, Block 4, Dedham. • Games (Continued From Page 1) Burglaries at 2 Places Carroll police were investigating two Monday night break-in; here Tuesday. Two guns and an imdisclosec amount of money from a safe were stolen from the Uptown Sporting Goods store late Monday or early Tuesday. No visible means of forcible entry had been discovered in the investigation early Tuesday, police said. The store reportedly was crowded with persons watching the business district fire during the height of the blaze between 6 p.m. and 9:30 p.m., police said. It was theorized the burglars may have hidden in the store until it was locked up for the night. The other theft was reported at Houlihan Motors where entry was gained by breaking out a window. A small cash box wtth an undisclosed amount of money was taken in that break-in. Schools (Continued From Page 1) 24 times between 1894 and 1934 with Iowa holding a 16-8 lead although the Cyclones won the ast game played 31-6. A renewal of the intra-state series has been urged by Gov. Robert D. Ray and the last session of the Iowa General Assem- >ly went on record last April as 'avoring a game in 1971. The Assembly's resolutions said lowans overwhelmingly favored such a game, that it would >ring "substantial financial revenue" which would remain in the state and that a game would erihance the two schools' image in the eyas of Iowa high school athletes and thus tend to keep them in the state. Neither school hat contracted an llth game for 1971 although ~owa State is playing one this fear — Nov. 8 at San Diego State. BOWLING MUTING Hie meflUw of the Carroll Woman's Bowling Association whloh was to have been (held Oct. 2« was rescheduled for Monday, Nov. 9, ait 8 p.m. ait the Pin Oaks. City tournament rules are to be get up at this meeting. The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperature* Courteey Ipwa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 39 Yesterday's low 33 At 7 a.m. today 30 At 10 a.m. today 34 Precipitation (24 'hours prior to 10 a.m.) .31 in. rain IOWA FORECAST Cloudy through Wednesday with chance of light rain or RAIN snow west and rain occasionally mixed with snow east, Lows Tuesday night. 20s to low 30s. Highs Wednesday in lower 40s, Weather A Yo«r Ago- RainfaU in the 48 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today amounted to .02 inch. Temperatures were cool, with a high for the day of 39, a low of 34 degrees. ment of public instruction has the major responsibility for providing the leadership in this drug education effort. "It is recognized that the drug problem is not strictly a school problem and that preventative measures alone will not completely solve the drug abuse problem. Nevertheless," Johnston continued, "drug abuse is a problem which society as a whole will have to attack; and it is evident mat school personnel must be directly involved." Johnston is also proposing that the department underwrite Uie cost of the work study program, some $3 million for the biennium. This program is designed to encourage urban and rural students in the 15-20 age bracket to remain in school by providing employment as a supplement to their school work. Federal fund* for werk.»tudy, as provided for in the Vocational Education Act adopted by Congress in 1963 and amended in 1968, have been uncertain. As a result, Johnston related, a number of local educational agencies have discontinued or have failed to expand their present programs. Consequently, he is recommending that the state finance the Student Employment Program, a program similar in kind to that originated for vocational students but broader in scope so as to service both vocational and non-vocational students. James Monroe, a former president, died on July 4,1831. District Court Concurrent Sentence- Gerald R. Barker, Nickerson, Neb., entered a plea of guilty to a charge of larceny of domestic animals and was sentenced Monday to five years in the state reformatory at Anamosa, but the sentence is to be served concurrently with a sentence the defendant is currently serving in the Nebraska State Penitentiary at Lincoln. The defendant was returned here Monday by Sheriff John Longnecker and was arraigned before Judge David Harris, Jefferson. The defendant was returned to Nebraska late Monday. The Carroll county charge grew out of alleged theft of 28 head of hogs from the L. M. "Mac" Fielder farm east of Glidden on April 8, 1970. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals Nov. Li- Mark G. Thielen, Carroll Randall Kluver, Carroll Melvin Prenger, Carroll Myron Rannlger, Coon Rapids Mrs. Ida Corbett, Bayard Mrs. Dale C. Beidler and baby, Lidderdale Lee T. Nelsen, Audubon Larry L. Lesle, Auburn MANNING GENERAL HOSPI. TAL (Tim«t Hertld Newt Service) Admissions Oct. 30— Darwyn Rodman, Breda Mrs. Enoch Lanphere, Harlan Dismissal Oct. 31— Mrs. Mattie McCormick, Manning Admission Nov. T— Ed Wolterman, Breda AUDUBON COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Audubon (Times Herald News Service) Admissions Oct. it- George Paulsen, Hamlin Bill Chamberlen, Audubon Dallas Stetzel, Audubon Dismissals Oct. 28— Mrs. Jens Olesen, Audubon Hanne Madsen, Audubon Admission Oct. 29— Roger Huffman, Hamlin Admission Oct. 30— Mrs. Dallas Christensen, Audubon Dismissals Oct. 30- George Paulsen, Hamlin Robert Rattenborg, Audubon Admissions Oct. 31— Jeffrey Jessen, Exira Mrs. Warren Thompson, Exira Mrs. Ella Roberts, Exira Admissions Nov. 1— Gene Newell, Gray Mrs. Edna Crees, Audubon Dismissals Nov. 1— Mrs. Clara Olson, Audubon Mrs. Arlo Elmquist, Kimball- on Dismissals Nov. 2— Gene Newell, Gray Mrs. Frank Sampson, Audubon Births- Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Gehling, Coon Rapids, a daughter, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sporrer, Jarroll, a daughter, Tuesday Birth WESTSIDE An Ib. daughter was born to Mr. and' rtrs, Richard Hugg October 30 at Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Deniaon. Th« baby has been named Unetto Joy. She has an older sister, Barmen. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Strain of Sac City and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hugg of Westsid* are the grandparents; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ashbaug of Rockwell City are the great- (randparents, Carroll Market* ORAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.71 Corn, No. 2 yellow \$i Oats '117

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