Daily Record , Court House Applications to Wed— Jim R. Beymer. 23, Denison. a>id Lois M. Loneman, 20. Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Alan A. or Marlene M. Tiefenthaler. Breda, Pontiac: Lyle Junior or Donna M. Joens. Manning. International Scout: Harry J. Klocke. Templet on. Chevrolet: RobertJ. Stein. Manning. Chevrolet: and Douglas D. Boersma, Manning, Plymouth. Real Estate Transfer- James H. and Mary A. Weber to Ronald E. and Nancy A. Hauser. Lot 7 and part of Lot 6. Block 1, Parkview Addition to Carroll. Police Dcpl. 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Walter E. Nelson. 59. and Howard G. Drees. 37. both of Carroll, were in collision at tlic intersection of Eighth Street and Simon Ave. at 6:50 a.m. Tuesday. The Nelson car was northbound and the Drees car eastbound. The left front of the Nelson car and the right front of the Drees car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Hosrntnls ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Albert Nuetzman. Wall Lake Thomas Stoinkamp, Wall Lake Kathleen Sundrup. Arcadia Kim Stangl, Carroll Melissa Wells, Carroll Kenneth Wells, Carroll Dismissals- Mrs. Henry C. Thomssen, Manning Patricia Rbhner, Carroll Angela Ward, Wichita, Kansas Bernard Brincks. Carroll Mrs. Daniel J. Wiehn, Carroll Mrs. Donald Berg and baby. Carroll Mrs. Arden V. Hinners, Arcadia Mrs. Elmer Jcssen. Brayton Mrs. Margaret Wiedcrin, Carroll Mrs. Carroll Bouchard and baby. Carroll Mrs. Merlin Sexton. Arcadia Mrs. James Weigel, Guthric Center Mrs. James Liechti, Arcadia Gerald E. Johnston, Coon Rapids Mrs. Leonard E. Quail, Sac City MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL iTImm Hrrnlil »«•» Scrvlrr) Admission, Oct. 28— Dale Paul Wegner, Manning 12 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Oct. 31, 1967 Mrs. Arvid Huldeen. Odchnlt Mrs. Thomas Farrell, Vail Dismissals, Oct. 29— Neil Vcrmculc. Manilla Mrs. Adcle Kruefzfeldt, Denison Albert Ladwig, Denison Mrs. Eugene Jacobsen, Ida Grove Mrs. Leonard Rcis, Donison Births DENISON - Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Maher. Denison, their second son Monday at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Maher is the former Connie M i k k e 1 s e n. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Martin Maher of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Peter F. Mikkelsen of Elk Horn. Mrs. Mary Maher of Carroll is the great- grandmother. CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions, Oct. 28— Marvin Bubke, Schlcswig William H. Nehls. Denison Mrs. Selma Rosburg, Charier Oak Dismissals, Oct. 28-— Roy Allen, Denison Mrs. Lester Bohlander, Denison Mrs. Bob Weber and baby, Dunlap Mrs. Florence Skarin, Kiron Lloyd Anderson, Kiron Mrs. Louis Cass, Denison Jeremiah, Comstock, Vail Admissions, Oct. 29— Alfred C. Grau, Denispn Ricki Carstensen, Denison Mrs. Leonard Tierney, Denison Carl Beymer, Denison Mrs, Leonard Cose, Denison Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats $2.41 1.00 .. .69 Chicago Grain Thrmn Mnrknts Are Furnlnhrd by Tho Iluinphrr.v (iratn Company UMKAT 151 n |57 : -4 Mnrch Mny •Inly 15!) ~ 4 COHN Her ]1<1'* Mnrch Mny July OATH ....... 71-j, - 7.1'.. !5!l"-, 158 Vi l-'-Pw ir,i% IT)? 1 , llft'i 12'J'i Mnrch IIVK Dec Mnrch ... Mny .Inly SOV BKANS Nov .Inn Mnrch SOY ItKAN MK.VI 127 « •Jl-)7 . Jan TL'.OO March 7'J.75 71'i 71', 2(VJ •JHH% 1270 !<. 7n.oo 71. 40 7'J 'J5 71 .'J5 71.75 72.55 New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market showed a slight Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 4.000; butchers steady to 25 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib 18.2519.00, head promising a high yield 19.75; 1-3 210-240 Ibs 17.5018.25; 1-3 240-260 Ibs 17.00-17.75; 2-3 250-280 Ibs 16.50-17.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 15.75-16.25; 1-3 400-450 Ibs 15.50-16.00; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 14.75-15.50; 2-3 500-550 Ibs 14.2514.75: 2-3 550-600 Ibs 13.00-14.25. Cattle 1,000; calves none; slaughter steers and heifers steady; few loads and lots high choice and prime 1,100-1,125 Ib slaughter steers 27.00-27.25; choice 950-1,225 Ibs 26.00-26.75; load high choice and prime 890 Ib slaughter heifers 26.00; choice 850-950 Ibs 24.50-25.25. Sheep 200; hardly enough slaughter lambs for market test; few sales steady; mixed good and choice 80-100 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 22.00-24.00. loss early this afternoon and General Motors was down a point or so, refusing to panic on an unsettling newspaper story. Trading was active. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was off .35 at 886.27. GM common fell 1% to 84Vs at the start on publication of an article in the Wall Street Journal saying the Justice Department is readying a proposed antitrust suit aimed at breaking GM. GM reduced the loss to about a point in later dealings, then widened it a bit. The decline was not a great one in comparison with GM's price. Opinion in Wall Street was that the administration would think long and hard about starting such a suit, especially under the present economic and political setup, with a presidential election year upcoming. Meanwhile the Justice Department said no decision had been made on action. Airline stocks had a spell of weakness. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks dropped .5 to 318.7 with industrials off .6, rails off .6 and utilities up .1. The other leading auto stocks showed little change. United Air Lines became very active and lost more than a point, Eastern Air Lines was down about 1% and American a full point. Prices rose irregularly on the American Stock Exchange as the pace of trading fell below Monday's. Carreras "B" was active and fractionally lower. Unexcelled rose about 4 points. Pinochle Club Met at Templeton (Time* Herald News Service) TEMPLETON - Mrs. Mary Kohorst was hostess for three tables of pinochle at her home Tuesday afternoon. Frist prize was won by Mrs. William Kalkhoff, second and high bid by Mrs. Ambrose Klocke. Mrs. Frank Stevens retained the traveling prize. Low went to Mrs. Ben Willenborg. A two- course lunch was served after the games. Mrs. Mary Kohorst and Celia Naber of Carroll were in Fort Dodge Monday on business. Mrs. Mary Behrens of Kingsley visited Tuesday with her son, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens. Rose Fangman spent the past few weeks in Omaha with her nieces and families. Plan ^Sit-in 9 to Hamper Recruiters IOWA CITY (AP)-A University of Iowa campus organiza- -ion says it will stage a sit-in to lamper activities of U.S. Marine Corps recruiters who are scheduled to appear at the university Wednesday. At a Monday night meeting, members of Students for a Democratic Society decided on the demonstration in hopes of preventing students from seeking nformation from the Marine of: icers. A spokesman for the group said more than 50 students are jxpected to sit in front of the •ecruiting table to protest Amer- can involvement in the war in Vietnam. Meanwhile, an unsigned handbill calling for a mass demonstration against the Marine re- :ruiters is being circulated among students. The source of he notice has not been determined, according to university officials. The handbill says the Marines 'come with promises of personal stature and appeals to a high- ir national purpose. But they some to send you to a dishonorable grave." The yellow memeographed handbill is entitled "The Spirit of Madison" after similar demonstrations at the university of Wisconsin. TRUCKLOAD SALE 49 HOOVER FAMILY SIZE WASH CED FOR A QUICK SELL-OUT! ABSOLUTELY THE FASTEST WASHER TODAY! PER WEEK NO MONEY DOWN SALE STARTS FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3RD SPIN DRYER Dick Happe WASHER OVER 6,000,000 NOW IN USE!!! WE TAKE TRADE-INS!!! EASY ON THE SPOT FINANCING EIRES ELECTRIC CO WE NOT ONLY SELL BUT SERVICE AS WELL ABSOLUTELY THE FASTEST SPIN-DRYER TODAY! SPECIAL OFFER WITH PURCHASE HOOVER IRON Carroll, Iowa $450 Given to UNICEF Some 225 junior high and Fifth and sixth graders from Holy Spirit, St. Paul Lutheran, Trinity Episcopal, First Methodist, First Presbyterian and St. Lawrence Churches collected a total of $450 in the 1967 UNICEF Halloween trick- or-treat fund drive for benefit of needy children of the world. "Undoubtedly, some areas were not covered because of the rain, which kept some children from participating, Frank Knutzen, general chairman, commented. "We were far short of our $1,000 goal. In order to help make up this deficit, those persons who did not have the opportunity to donate to this worthy children's fund may still do so by taking donations to their church UNICEF chairmen or contacting me," he added. The proceeds will not be forwarded to UNICEF headquarters until Nov. 13, giving Carroll residents two Sundays to contact their church UNICEF chairmen. After the drive Sunday afternoon, trick-or-treaters gatherec at the Carroll Community School lunch room for treats donated by the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Co., Don's Bakery, Metz Baking Co., B & H Super Valu Jung's Bakery, Lange's Dairy Products and Farner-Bocken Co. Ward Kowalke was chairman of the treats committee. Girls from Holy Spirit School volunteered to help clean the lunch room after the young people, with rain gear, had finished the lunch. MEN'S CLUB TO MEET St. Lawrence Men's Club wil meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the St. Lawrence School cafeteria for a regular meeting anic social evening. Among items to be discussed will be the forthcoming euchre games. Cards and refreshments will conclude the evening. Deaths, Funerals SR. M. ADELGUNDIS I Word has been received here by Mrs. Arthur Schachtner of the death of Sr. M. Adelgundis, about 87, of LaCrosse, Wis. She was the former Frances Neuerburg of Carroll. Sr. M. Adelgundis died at LaCrosse about 9:25 a.m. Monday, Oct. 30. Funeral rites will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday at LaCrosse. She is survived by many nieces and nephews. Those in this area are Mrs. Schachtner, Mrsr Margaret Sapp, Mrs. Ray Wessling, Mrs. Mathilda Thelen, George Neuerburg and Mrs. Ben Comes, Carroll; Mrs. George Schachtner, Fonda; and John Daiker, Lake View. WILLIAM BOSS (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING — Funeral rites for William Boss, 67, of Keosauqua, were held at 2 p.m. on Oct. 27 at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manning, with the Rev. Andrew Stewart-Morris officiating. Burial was in the Manning Cemetery. Services at Keosauqua were held at the Catcott Funeral Home at 11 a.m. Oct. 26, with the Rev. A. V. Weigel of the Methodist Church in charge. A son of Andrew and Helen Sander Boss, he was born May 10, 1900, at Manning. He farmed in Van Buren County near Keo- saqua for 35 years, and retired five years ago, making his home in Keosauqua. He died Oct. 24 at the Van Buren County Memorial Hospital. He is survived by a brother, Alfred Boss, Carroll; and a sister, Mrs. Edna Stover of North Miami Beach, Fla. ALBERT F. LAUER Albert Frederick Lauer, 61, of 318 South 16th Street, Omaha, Neb., formerly of Carroll, died about 3 a.m. Oct. 20 in Omaha. Rites will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Carroll, with burial in the Carroll Cilty Cemetery. Officiating will be the Rev. Martin J. Ludwig, pastor of Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. Friends may call at the funeral home after 10 a.m. Wednesday. Mr. Lauer was a carpenter. He was born Sept. 15, 1906, at Reinbeck, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lauer. His marriage to Florence Subbert took place in Carroll in June, 1932. During World War II he served in the Navy with the Seabees. Leaving Carroll in 1939, he lived at Waterloo most of the time until moving to Omaha five years ago. His wife died in June, 1944. He was affiliated with the Missouri Synod Lutheran Church. Surviving are two sons, the Rev. James P. Lauer of Blue Earth, Minn., and Allen Lauer, Minneapolis, Minn.; four grandchildren; four sisters, Mrs. Hada Rudnick, Audubon; Mrs. Emma Dietrich, Hudson; Mrs. Louise Schmidt and Mrs Agnes Monter, Waterloo. GEORGE JESME (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - George Jesme, 61, of Lake City, dice unexpectedly of a heart attack on Monday, Oct. 30. Funeral arrangements are pending here at the Huffman Memorial Chapel. Mr. Jesme was born Nov. 12 1905, at Wallace, S. D. He served in the United State Army during World War II. He was married to Irene Colegrove at Sioux Falls, S. D., on Jan. 6, 1959, and they farmed south of Lake City in Carrol County. He was a member of GET READY FOR WINTER! 3 TRACK ALUMINUM COMB. WINDOWS ALUMINUM COMB. DOORS the Presbyterian Church and American Legion Post No. 31 at Lake City. Surviving are his wife, Irene; three sisters, Mrs. Glenn Mirer, Groton, S. D.; Mrs. Horace Ustrud, Watertown, S. D.; Mrs. Thea Hagen, Wallace, S. D.; and two brothers, Pete Jesme, Watertown, S. D.; and John Jesme, Webster, S. D. MERLE C. WEBB H (Times Herald New» Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral serves for Merle Christian Webb, 60, of Lake Cilty will be held at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Woodlawn Christian Church lere, with the Rev. John Stemple officiating. Burial will be in Lake City Cemetery, under direction of the Huffman Memorial Chapel of Lake City. Mr. Webb died at Mercy Hospital in Rochester, Minn., Oct. 29, following a ten-month illness. His wife, a son of Emporia, Kan., four daughters and a brother survive. A son of Sandford Douglas and Kathryn Gannon Webb, he was born Dec. 24, 1906, at Lake City and lived on the same Farm northeast of town all of his life. He attended Lake City schools, graduating from high school in 1927. His marriage to Olive McLaughlin took place Sept. 4, 1934, at the Little Brown Church in Nashua. He was a member of Woodlawn Christian Church and had served the church as an elder and deacon. MARGARET SMITH Requiem high mass for Margaret Smith, 82, of Carroll was read at 9.30 a.m. Monday in Holy Angels Church at Roselle by the Rev. Richard Macke. She died Oct. 27 at St. Anthony Nursing Home in Carroll. Pallbearers were Donald Smith, Paul Smith, Lewis Voyjes, Owen Lawson, Ralph Bellinghausen and Francis Bellinghausen. Arrangements were in charge of the S h a r p Funeral Home of Carroll. LUMBER COMPANY * Thieu (Continued From Page 1) the appointment of some respected political future were disappointed. Loc, 45, is a French-educated specialist in criminal law who for the past year has been a "semicivilian" as chairman of the Army-People's Council, the group organized to give the military regime a semblance of civilian facade. It was generally ineffective. Loc's chief claim to office appeared to be that he was born in the South and had a close personal relationship with Vice President Ky, the air force commander who has been largely running the government for the past two years as premier. When Ky planned to run for president, Loc was to be.his running mate. Then Ky was forced to accept the second spot on Thieu's ticket, leaving Loc to be taken care of. By making Loc premier, Thieu eased political feelings ait the top of the ruling pyramid and also gave his regime a geographic balance. Thieu's from central Vietnam, Ky a native of North Vietnam and Loc from the South. The change hi roles between Thieu and Ky was evident today. The usually voluble air man marched dutifully behind Thieu at the ceremonies and said not a word. He did not even take a public oath of office, it being assumed he was automatically vice president when Thieu took the oath. After the ceremonies Thieu received the visiting delegations and then in early afternoon opened the 137-member House of Representatives elected earlier this month. The 60-member Senate elected in September held its first sessions two weeks ago. . Thieu pledged to seek a dialogue with the elected legislative bodies and called upon them to set to work immediately, citing the need for a new press law and a law governing political parties as priority matters. "I think it is time not for words but for action," Thieu told the house. PLEDGES FRATERNITY Bruce Ohrlund of Carroll is one of 139 freshmen and upperclassmen who have pledged fraternities at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls. He has pledged Sigma Tau Gamma. This fall, for the first time in many years, first-semester freshmen at UNI were permitted to become fraternity pledges.
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