Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 23, 1970 · Page 14
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 23, 1970
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New York Stocks ,-NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market rally appeared to be waning early this afternoon, although prices still remained moderately higher. At noon the Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 4.24 at 765.81. An hour earlier the _Dow had been ahead more than 6 points. ,;. Advances held more than a 2- So -1 lead over lasers on the New York Stock Exchange. Earlier the lead had been 4 to 1. , The brisk trading pace that -characterized early trading slowed to a more modest rate .by midsession. The morning rally was spiked by cuts in the prime lending rate by major banks Friday and today, analysts said. However, when the emotional reaction to the announcements had spent themselves, they explained, the rally lost some momentum. The cut was not unexpected, analysts pointed out, and what optimism it might have trig- ered was offset by worries over the economy. Stocks were up in all categories except for motors, which were mixed. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 23, 1970 Daily Record Court House New Vehicles Registered— Deanna F. Kohorst, Carroll, Rebel; Steve F. or Lissa L. Smouse, Coon Rapids, Gremlin. Hot off the Wire Egyptians Fly Over Suez Area, Israel Charges Livestock Market -CHICAGO (AP) - Slaughter steer prices were steady to 50 cents lower at the Chicago Stockyards Monday while slaughter heifers were steady and cattle receipts totaled 8,000 head. There were no sheep arrivals and no test of the market. :; CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Cattle 8,000; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower; slaughter heifers steady; prime 1,200-1,375 lb slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 28.75-29.25; high choice and prime 1,050-1,350 lbs 28.2528.75; choice 950-1,350 lbs yield grade 2 to 4 27.50-28.50; mixed good and choice 27.25-27.75; good 26.00-27.25; high choice and prime 950-1,100 lb slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 27.5028.00; choice 850-1,050 lbs yield grade 2 to 4 26.75-27.50; mixed good and choice 26.00-26.75; good 24.00-26.00. Sheep none; no market test. • scs (Continued From Page 1) present to accept the award. Goodyear awards were presented by Richard Adkins of the Goodyear Co., to District Commissioners Freese, Joens and Pratt. The Carroll County district was the first place winner in the southern division of Iowa in the annual competition. Jerome Kasperbauer received the outstanding cooperator award, and with Mr. Freese, will spend four days at the company's Litchfield Park farm, •'i • .-. Dr. Charles Grafto, associate professor of Resource Economics, Iowa State University, spoke on the "Quality of Environment." The general theme of his talk concerned the idea that "we must bring our environment into a state of dynamic balance through the use of a rational range of thinking. A happy medium must be found between a continual abuse and pollution of the environment and an entire cleaning u$ of the environment to the extent that we can no longer use our resources." Dr. Gratto suggested three alternatives regarding the costs of the environment situation: Lower productivity due to the poor environment, resulting in higher prices; increased taxes, which is the public route, to clean up the environment; or have private industry clean up the environment which would also result in higher prices. Mr. Freese gave a brief history of the district's first 24 years. Mr. Pratt spoke on the various projects the district sponsors for young people, including a teacher's workshop and conservatiin camp, speech contest, FFA Field Day and Conservation Day at Swan Lake. DES MOINES (AP)-(USDA) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts 100,000; trading moderately active, demand good, butchers steady to 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 200230 lbs 14.75-15.75, 230-240 lbs 14.50-15.50; sows steady, in stances 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 270330 lbs 12.25-13.25, 330-400 lbs 11.75-12.75. SIOUX CITY (AP)-(USDA) — Hogs 12,500; butchers steady to 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 190-240 lbs 15.25-15.75; sows steady; U.S. 1-3 330-400 lbs 12.00-12.50. Cattle 10,000, calves 2,700; trade slow; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 25 lower; slaughter steers choice 950-1150 lbs 26.50-27.00; slaughter heifers 950-1050 lbs 25.25-26.25; Sheep 500; not established. Police Department 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Diana L. Steffes, Templeton, and Lawrence E. Nielsen, Glidden, were involved in an accident at the intersection of Highway 30 and North West Streets at 9:45 a.m. Saturday. The right front of the Nielsen car and left side of the Steffes car were damaged. Traffic Accident— A car driven by James M. Nurse, Carroll, was involved in collision with a parked car owned by Duane or Gloria Riesberg, Carroll, on South Gate Road east of the intersection with Arthur Neu Drive at 5:45 p.m. Sunday. The right front of the Nurse car and left rear of the Riesberg car were damaged. No injuries were reported in either accident. TEL AVIV (AP) - Egyptian warplanes flew along almost the entire length of the Suez Canal today, passing over Israeli army emplacements in violation of the cease-fire, the Israeli military charged. Egyptian planes also flew over Israeli positions on Sunday, a spokesman claimed. Two complaints were lodged with U.N. truce supervision authorities —one for each over­ flight, he said. In both cases, two pairs of Soviet-made Sukhoi SU7s sped along the canal, apparently on reconnaissance missions. No bombs were dropped, there was no strafing, and the Israelis did not fire on the planes, he added. By The Associated Press Chilled by Iowa's first major cold wave of the winter season, portions of northwest Des Moines and southwest Dubuque were without electric power Sunday night. The outage in Des Moines affected some 10,000 homes, lasting up to 90 minutes -Hand sometimes longer. At Dubuque, many homes were without power for almost three hours. Officials said the outage was caused by high winds downing transmission lines. SAIGON (AP) — The U.S Command reported today that an American helicopter gunship mistakenly fired into South Vietnamese troops, killing one soldier and wounding seven others. The command said the Army helicopter was providing support for a Vietnamese Ranger unit Sunday nine miles northwest of Pleiku, in the Central Highlands. "It's a little too early to tell," said Asst. Secretary of Labor W. J. Usery of the chances to work out a wage settlement based on the recommendations of a White House Emergency Board. WASHINGTON (AP) — Labor Department officials met today with leaders of four unions in an effort to head off a threatened nationwide railroad strike scheduled or Dec. 11. DES MOINES (AP) - The State Conservation Commission asked for $10.8 million more to operate during the 1971-73 stiate budgeting period as Gov. Robert D. Ray's hearings on state agency budget askings got underway Monday morning. The Conservation Commission asked for an operating budget of $14.7 million during the 1971-73 biennium, up from $3.9 million in 969-71. R-Pa., told reporters the action was taken "by informal agreement" at a closed meeting of the panel of which Schneebeli is a member. Nixon had proposed a tax of $4.25 a pound on lead additives used in gasoline. If it had gone into effect on October 1, the tax was estimated to have produced a yield of $1.1 billion in the current fiscal year. It also was billed as a move to reduce air pollution. floor, he said. WASHINGTON (AP) - The House Ways and Means Committee was reported today to have put, off until next year action on President Nixon's proposed tax on lead additives in gasoline. ; Rep. Herman T. Schneebeli, DETROIT (AP) — More than 50 General Motors supplier plants were operating across the country today, with the first poststrike car expected to roll off an assembly line Tuesday morning, according to a GM spokesman. The first GM car produced since the United Auto Workers strike started Sept. 15 will be a subcompact Chevrolet Vega, the spokesman said. It will be produced ait the Lordstown, Ohio, Chevrolet plant and will go directly to a dealer's showroom NEW YORK (AP) — CBS Television News quotes sources close to the Nixon administration as saying that Atby. Gen. John M. Mitchell plans to resign and that his departure is "only a matter of timing." In Washington, the Justice Department categorically denied the report aired Sunday night. CHICAGO (AP) — An estimated 670 to 770 persons will die on the nation's highways during the four-day Thanksgiving holiday, the National Safety Council says. The council also predicted Sunday that, 29,000 to 34,000 persons will be injured in traffic mishaps over the long weekend which runs from 6 p.m. local time Wednesday, Nov. 25, to midnight Sunday, Nov. 29. The council said 696 persons died in traffic accidents during last year's Thanksgiving holiday weekend. OMAHA (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 14,000; butchers 25 to 75 lower; 1-3 190-230 lbs 15.50-16.00, 230 - 240 lbs 15.25-15.65; sows weak to mostly 25 lower; 325625 lbs 10.75-12.75. Cattle 8,500; calves 400; steers and heifers strong to 25 higher choice steers 26.50-27.50; choice heifers 23.50-26.00. Sheep 400; all Iambs steady to weak; choice shorn lambs 24.50-25.50; choice wooled lambs 24.00-25.50. Fire Department Basement Damaged— Fire of undetermined origin caused extensive damage to a basement recreation room at the John Gronstal residence, 401 South Grant, Sunday. Fire units answered the call at 12:08 p.m. and remained at the scene until shortly after 1 p.m. Damage included wall panels and ceiling in the recreation room and smoke damage throughout the house. The loss is covered by insurance, the Gronstals said. Two Charged With Having Narcotics Hospitals ,The Manning High School Stage Band, directed by Gerald Huldeen, provided entertainment for the group of about 200. JAYCEES TO MEET "TDue to the Thanksgiving holiday Thursday, the regular Wednesday Jaycee meeting has been changed to Tuesday, Nov. 24, at 7:30 p.m. at the KC Hall, David Bryson, Jaycee president, announced Monday. Dessert Exchange at Friendly Hour (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Dorothy Strosahl was hostess to the Friendly Hour Club on Thursday, Nov. Feature of the meeting was a dessert exchange. Twenty-one members answered roll call with "What do you do on Thanksgiving?" Judy Fullen of Oakland, Calif., was a guest. The club will sponsor a birthday party at the Plaza one month a year. Birthday gifts were received by Norma Taggart and Merced Bowers; Lucille Campbell received an anniversary gift. The club's Christmas dinner will be at the home of Dorothea Musfeldt. Junior Girl Scouts met at the American Legion Hall after school on Tuesday, Nov. 17, to make stuffed dogs and felt sewing kits. The group has a five- day extension on its Thanksgiving nut sale, and will bdgln it the week of Nov. 12. Gary Taylor, Manning Community High School's football coach, was guest speaker before Rotarians and several guests at the weekly dinner meeting of Rotary at Saunders Steak House on Tuesday evening, Nov. 17. He told of the football season in general and showed films of games. The Nov. 24 meeting will be a Rotary Ann night, with a foreign student from Greece as guest speaker. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Dismissals Nov. 21— Mrs. Mayme Hagamen, Carroll James J. Knoblauch, Carroll Mrs. Ronald L. Meiners and baby, Carroll Mrs. Joseph F. Anthofer and baby, Coon Rapids Mrs. Howard E. Johnson, Carroll Fred E. Maasen, Manning Birth- Mr. and Mrs. Jack W. Fox, Templeton, a son, Sunday AUDUBON — John Charles Knudsen, 19, and Bruce Richard Heilesen, 19, both of Harlan, have been charged here with possession of narcotics. They were arrested Sunday night nine miles north of Audubon on Highway 71 by Patrolman Darrell Keast, who charged them initially with possession of liquor by a minor. The two were jailed in Audubon overnight and Monday morning both pleaded guilty to the charge before Justice of the Peace Nellie Nelsen. Each paid at $35 fine. A quantity of amphetamine tablets were found in the 1968 panel truck driven Sunday night by Knudsen and which was confiscated by authorities, and the two men were charged with possession of narcotics. Both were released shortly before noon Monday under $3,000 bond each. A state narcotics agent assisted in the investigation Sunday night. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.79 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.28 Oats .70 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low Close WHEAT Dec. 170»i >189% 169% March 173% '172>/4 172% May 172% 171% 171% CORN 1613,i 160% 1615/8 Dec 145% 144% 145% March 151% 150% 151% May 155% 154% 155 July 157% 156% 156% OATS Dec 82% 82 82% March 80% 79% 80 '/a May 78 77% 78 July 74% 74 74 SOY BEANS Jan. 308% 306% 308 March 311% 310% 311% May 315% 314 % 315% SOY BEAN MEAL Dec 83.15 81.50 83.00 Jan 83.00 81.50 82.90 March 81.65 81.00 81.65 FORGETFUL FIANCE DERBY, England (AP) After all the arrangements had been made for the marriage of Len Taylor and Sandra Dabbs, Taylor forgot to turn up for the ceremony. Guests searched the Derbyshire town in vain before police telephoned to say that Sandra's fiance was in the hospital with a bruised head — and he had lost his memory after a fall. Four Attend F.B. State Meeting (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Dick McColliough of Vail and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Peterson attended the 52nd annual state Farm Bureau meeting in Des Moines Tuesday. Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gottsoh took Mrs. Louise Gerhauser to Omaha where she left by plane for her home at Fairfield, Wash. She had spent three weeks visiting the Gobtsches and other relatives. Mrs. Ray Petersen spent Friday and Saturday nights with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gayer at Alton; and visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoogesitraat Hawarden. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hansman and family Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Onken and family of Yale. Paul Wenzel of Sioux City was a weekend guest at the Philip Wenzel home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Huisman and Terry were houseguests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Doidge of Muncie, Ind., this weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiebers were in Marsballtown Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hayes and sons. Nebraska Family In R. Kock Home (Times Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE — Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kock and family included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hinkelman and family of Homer, Neb. Diane Schroeder of Des Moines was a weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dierenfeld in honor of her birthday which was on Saturday included Mr. and Mrs. Michael Plantz of Fonda. Lawrence Gallagher, Damian, Mary Lou and Patricia were in Kansas City, Kan. Saturday and Sunday, attending the American Royal Stock Show. Mrs. Allen Petersen of Wall Lake and Mrs. Bonnie Dreessen spent Thursday in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Noack attended the state Bankers Convention Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday in Des Moines. Also attending the convention which was held at Hotel Ft. Des Moine were Mr. and Mrs. Walt Johnson on Monday and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Stoelk on Tuesday. Deaths, Funerals MEETING CANCELLED This week's meeting of the Interfaith Bible Study Group has been cancelled because of the Thanksgiving holiday. The next meeting wil be Dec. 3 at 9.30 a.m., at the Presbyterian Church. Club Fetes Six for Anniversaries (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The Homemakers Club, with their husbands, entertained at an anniversary party at the American Legion Hall on Sunday evening, Nov. 15. Honored were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tank, 15th anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tank, 25th and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen, 35th. The group played cards with high to Joan Ramsey and Dean Stribe; second, Garnet Stribe, Ray Vetter; low, Florence Genzen, Albert Klocke; high bid, Garnet Stribe and Dean Stribe. Refreshments were served, and a gift presented to each couple. The Methodist Society of Christian Service entertained ladies of the Manilla and Gray Methodist Churches at a Guest Day meeting on Friday, Nov. 13. Other guests were Cleo Kooken of Tampa, Fla., and Abel Welch, Hastings, Neb. Dr. John Edgerton presented a program on Drug Abuse. Edna Halbur presented a Thanksgiving devotion. Mary Circle served refreshments, with Lois Wegner at the silver service. MRS. MARY A. YOHNKE WALL LAKE — Final rites for Mrs. Mary" A. Yohnke, 88, of Wall Lake, were held at 10 a.m. here Monday, with the Rev. James Shanahan celebrating the requiem mass in St. Joseph's Church. Mrs. Yohnke died at Wall Lake Nov. 20. Pallbearers were Merlin Zieg- mann, Charles Ziegmann, Dennis Ogren, Gabriel Boeckman, Warren Yohnke and David Yohnke. Interment was in the parish cemetery, under direction of the Farber^and Otteman Funeral Home of Wall Lake. Mrs. Yohnke was born Nov. 18, 1882, in Portland, Ore., a daughter of Frank and Helena Schmidt Drilling. She was the widow of Gustav Yohnke. Survivors include four daughters, Mrs. Albert (Julia) Zieg­ mann, Mrs. Helena Boeckman and Mrs. Elmer (Beatrice) Ogren, all of Wall Lake, and Mrs. Edward (Irene) Ratigan of Carroll; a son, Albert, of Wall Lake; 30 grandchildren, 54 great-grandchildren; a brother, Edward Drilling Sr. of Lake View; and two sisters, Mrs. Helen Honeman of Lake View and Mrs. Joseph (Margaret) Schwaller of Sac City. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Yohnke was preceded in death by three brothers, Frank, John, and Joseph, and a sister, Theresa. MICHAEL JOHN PLATT Michael John Piatt, 20, of 1721 Devitt Avenue, Muscatine, died of a heart attack early Saturday, Nov. 21, at University Hospital, Omaha. He was a son of Highway Patrolman and Mrs Donald Piatt, Muscatine. Services will be held at 1:30 p.m. Tuesday at the George Wittich Funeral Home, Muscatine, with burial there in Letts Cemetery. The Rev. Dr. J Henry Teele will officiate. Surviving in addition to the youth's parents are a sister, Penny, at home, and his grandmother, Mrs. Ralph Piatt of Burlington. His mother is the former Dorothy McGill. SON'S ADDRESS Mrs. Merle Wolterman of Carroll has received the following address for her son who is stationed in Korea: Pvt. David Wolterman; 478-58-1116; A Co. 2nd Engr. B.N.; APO S - F 96224. Elks Chorus Sings in DM. —Staff Photo The Carroll Elks Chorus met for a brief rehearsal at the Elks Club before leaving for Des Moines where they performed at the Iowa Department American Legion Auxiliary Convention Sunday. The male chorus is directed by Roger Hansen, front row center. The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy Iowa Public Service Company) Yesterday's high 39 Yesterday's low 17 At 7 a.m. today 5 At 10 a.m. today 12 IOWA FORECAST" Fair and continued cold Monday night with diminishing winds, lows near zero extreme north to 5-10 above south. Partly cloudy and not as cold Tuesday with highs in the teens northeast to the 20s southwest. FIVE-DAY IOWA FORECAST Mostly fair Monday through WARMER Friday. Cold wave continuing Monday, some warming Tuesday, continuing Wednesday. Highs Monday 10-20, warming by Friday to near 30 north, low 30s south. Lows Monday night zero to 5 above, warming by Friday to mid-teens north, 20s south. Chance of snow extreme north Wednesday and Thursday. Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures rose to a warm 52 degrees a year ago today in Carroll. Low mark for the day was 23 degrees. KNUTE G. NELSON Knute G. Nelson, 67, of 618 West Tenth Street, Carroll, died Monday morning, Nov. 23, at St. Anthony Hospital after being ill for about a week. He was the former owner of Nelson Woodworks. Arrangements are pending at the Sharp Funeral Home in Carroll. Mr. Nelson's survivors include his wife, Frances; seven children, Mrs. Robert (Bonnie) Wilson, Garden Grove, Calif.; Larry and Paul, Carroll; Mrs. Eugene (Karen) Sweeney, Adair; Mrs. Kenneth (Jane) Wittry, Boone; Tom, Fremont, Neb., and Teresa, at home; and 18 grandchildren. Also surviving are two brothers and a sister living in Denmark. Defiance and Fred Blum of Manilla. Sr. M. Arilda was born at Earling Aug. 22, 1906, a daughter of Joseph and Amelia Hunstock Goeser. She received her habit in the Franciscan Order of Perpetual Adoration in 1926 and professed her final vows in 1928. She was a homemaker at the convent here. She is survived by seven sisters and a brother: Mrs. Dora Muenchrath, Earling; Mrs. Al Schwery and Mrs. William (Frances) Hahn, Manilla; Mrs. I. B. O'Connell, Laramie, Wye; Sr. Cyrpian Goeser, Villa St. Joseph, LaCrosse, Wis.; Sr. M. Amelia Goeser, teaching at St Lucas; Sr. Martha Goeser, Waterloo; and Cyprian Goeser, Council Bluffs. Preceding her in death were a brother, Henry, and a sister, Sr. Cyprian. ROY OWEN KELLEY (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Services for Roy Owen Kelley, 76, were held at Hillside Church in Whittier, Calif., at 3:45 p.m. Nov. 4. Mr. Kelley was born May 18, 1894 in Iowa. He was a former Westside resident, and served as postmaster here in the early 1900s. He died Oct. 31 at Lynwood, Calif, and interment was at Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier. Masonic funeral services were conducted by Whittier Masonic Lodge No. 323. He was a member of Setting Sun Lodge No. 349 at Westside. He is survived by his wife Gertrude; his daughter, Mrs. Maryann Sweeney; brothers, Eilert Kelley, Patrick Kelley! and George Kelley; step-daughter, Mrs. Viola Joens; step-sons, Leonard Pfannkuch, Elmer Pfannkuch and Orville Pfannkuch; 11 grandchildren, and six great-grandchildren. Mayme Claussen and Mrs. Lucile Haakinson, both of Alhambra, Calif., and Mrs. William E. (Betty Jean) McCrea, Richmond, Va.; also five grandchildren, four great-grandchildren, a great-great-granddaughter, and two sisters, Mrs. Etta Day of Lake View and Mrs. Emmaline Lueck of Gowrie. Mr. Spencer was preceded in death by two daughters, Marie and Wanda; a brother, Theodore; and three sisters, Elizabeth, Lille and one in infancy. He was born Nov. 11, 1879, in Eagle, England. He had been active in Masonic organizations, belonging to several of the Masonic bodies. MRS. JOHN TROIDL Mrs. John Troidl, 75, of 1515 North Sixth Street, Canon City, Colo., died after surgery Saturday, Nov. 21, at Canon City. She was the former Anna Baumhover of Carroll, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Baumhover. Funeral arrangements are pending at St. Michael's Benedictine Fathers Church in Canon City. Mrs. Troidl's survivors include her husband, four children, a sister, Mrs. Clara Sabus of Canon City, and a brither, Ralph Baumhover of Carroll. She was preceded in death by another sister, Mrs. Joe (Mary) Hagen, and two brothers, Walter H. and S. H. (Niny) Baumhover, all of Carroll. SR. M. ARILDA GOESER BREDA - Sr. M. Arilda Goeser, 64, of St. Bernard Convent, Breda, died about 10:15 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 21, at St Anthony Hospital in Carroll where she had been a pattern for a week. She had been sta tioned at Breda since August Requiem mass was celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Monday at St. Bernard's Church here by the Rev John Doherty. Interment wat in Mt. Olivet Cemetery, Car roll, with the Very Rev. Let Lenz, V.F., conducting commi tal rites. Pallbearers were Am brose and Siiverius Muenchrath Alphonse and Joe Goeser, a of Earling; Warren Becker oi OSCAR SJOLANDER Funeral services were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Lutheran Church at Holmen, Wis., for Oscar Sjolander, 82, father of Mrs. Ronald Ream of Carroll. A former resident of Holmen, he died Nov. 18 in Bethany Lutheran Home at LaCrosse, Wis. Mr. Sjolander was the first mayor of Holmen and had been a director of the Holmen Bank Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Ream (Margaret), and Mrs. John (Ruth) Walker of Leewood, Kan.; two sons, Newell of Saddle River, N.J., and John of St. Paul, Minn.; nine grandchildren, five great­ grandchildren, four sisters and a brother. His wife, two sisters and two brothers preceded him in death. The Rev. N. A. Bernston officiated at the funeral rites. Burial was in Halfway Creek Cemetery at Holmen. Presbyterians Approve Budget (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The congregation of First Presbyterian Church held a potluck. on Sunday evening, Nov. 15, to discuss the church budget for the 1971 year. CHARLES W. SPENCER LAKE VIEW - Charles William Spencer, 91, of Lake View died at Manning General Hospital in Manning Sunday, Nov. 22. He was a retired Lake View businessman. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Farber aw 1 Otteman Funeral Home here, with the Rev. Raymond Rolof -officiating. Burial will be in the Ferguson Cemetery. Pallbear ?rs will be William S. McCrea. William E. McCrea, Floyd ^arkinson, Jasper Therkelson, Jhris Zein and Ray Grill. Ma ?onic memorial rites will be conducted at the funeral home it 8 p.m. Tuesday. Survivors include his wife, /iorence; three daughters, Mrs. Arrangements for the supper were supervised by the quarterly committee of the United Presbyterian Women. Following dinner, the meeting was conducted by Eddie Fischer, chairman of the nine member board. of trustees of the church. He outlined budget items for the group, after which the entire budget was approved. Tentative plans are for another potluck dinner to be held in January in connection with the annual congregational meeting. Evelyn Polking was hostess to the Manning Duplicate Bridge Club at the American Legion Hall on Saturday evening, Nov. 14. The Howell movement was directed by Charles Walker of Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Van Home of Glidden placed first; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Denison, second; Verna and Viola Karstens, Manning; and Agnes Wansing, Denison and Alma Schelldorf, Maning, tied lor third place. The group will meet again on Nov. 29. Knute G. Nelson Carroll—Age 67 Arrangements pending. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 30 Years

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