Daily Record Court House New Vehicles Registered- Alois B. or Leota M. Rciff. Carroll. Dodge. Real Estate Transfers- Charles V. and Mary L. Owen to Louis Zubrod, Lot 8 and part of Lot 7. Block II, First Addition to Manning. Maude F. Fritz conservator- ship to Edward G. and Leona L. Reardon. Lot 10. Block 2. Wattles' First Addition to Carroll. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admission t— Mrs. John Hulsing, Carroll Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, Carroll Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden, Carroll Maurice Nurse, Carroll Gary Rau. Glidden Robert Rau. Glidden Mrs. Jerry Parker, Glidden Carl Koepke, Carroll Mrs. Margaret W i e d e r i n, Carroll Dismissals— Dr. C. A. Johnson, Coon Rapids Mrs. Marvin Jackson and baby. Glidden Mrs. Harvey Andersen and baby. Coon Rapids Miss Anna Wurzer, Carroll Kenneth Wells, Carroll Melissa Wells, Carroll Mrs. Duane Clark, Lanesboro Mrs. Agusta Goembel, Audubon Alois Wernimont, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Anthony Anthofer, Dedham, a son, Monday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL <Tlmr« Hrrald Jv'ovn Srrvlrr) Dismissals, Oct. 30— Mrs. Harlyn Frank, Lake View Dale Paul Wegner, Manning (transferred to Sioux City Hospital) Birth, Oct. 31- Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wunschel, Wall Lake, a daughter Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.42 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.00 Oats 69 New York Stocks NEW YORK (API-The stock market deepened Us decline in fairly active trading early Ihis Afternoon. Losses outnumbered gains by more man 3-1. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was down 7.34 to 872.40. The general level sank hour by hour, with no special selling pressure. Analysts said that the market —having broken through the up- trend chart line represented by about 885 in the Dow—was now seeking lo form a base in the support zone lying somewhere between 850 and 870. Glamor stocks and blue chips alike participated in the retreat. A further decline of U.S. Treasury bonds heightened concern in Wall Street over the climb in interest rates, always hostile to stock prices. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was off 2.0 at 314.8 with industrials off 3.5, rails off 1.5 and utilities up General Motors, usually regarded as a stock market bellwether, was down more than 2 poinLs following a delayed opening on 29,000 shares. GM was reported threatened by strikes at every one of its plants that schedules overtime. The computer and electronic shares, along with oilier growth stocks, continued as victims of selling. Several railroad stocks were soft on word that a couple of major mergers will be delayed. Airlines showed further weakness. Prices declined on the American Stock Exchange on somewhat lighter trading than Tuesday. Chicago Grain IGoVi M'HKAT Doc 152% March 158"v. May 161 <>j July .. CORN Dec Mnrch 120 May ... July OATS Dec. March Mnv These Market* Am FttrnlRhed by The Humphrey Grain Cnmpuny ' 150% 15(.Hd .159 158',; 150% 15fi 158 'i 158'i 12H'.'t July 2 71! 7 IS 7(3 »i ..... 1'JO IIH'VL 71 i r.!7 r/7'/j Dec .................. . March May ............... July SOY HKANS Nnv Jan ................ , Miurh 'J71'i SOY BICAN MJSA1, Doc ................... 71.55 .Ian. ...................... 72.on March ...... ........... TJ.no 70.05 7 1 .<\r> 7U.35 71'.'. 71-% 7P« 70% 126V, 327% -'70 H« 71.00 71 .50 7'J.40 Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, cloudy 56 39 ... Albuquerque, clear 62 38 . Atlanta, rain 56 53 1.28 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1967 Bismarck, cloudy fi4 37 Boise, cloudy 67 39 Boston, cloudy 50 45 Buffalo, cloudy 61 52 Chicago, rain 53 50 Cincinnati, rain 60 57 Cleveland, rain 50 55 Denver, clear 63 35 Des Moines. cloudy 49 4fi Detroit, cloudy 57 52 Fairbanks, clear 21 -1 Fort Worth, rain .... 50 44 Helena, cloudy 68 36 Honolulu, clear 85 73 Indianapolis, rain 60 58 Jacksonville, cloudy 77 68 Juncau, clear 45 32 Kansas City, cloudy 50 49 Los Angeles, clear 90 61 Louisville, rain 65 60 Memphis, clear 65 45 Miami, cloudy 80 75 Milwaukee, rain 51 46 Mpls.-St.P., cloudy 54 33 New Orleans, cloudy 62 52 New York, cloudy 59 49 Okla, City, cloudy 47 43 Omaha, cloudy 54' 42 Philadelphia, clear 61 42 Phoenix, clear 81 48 Pittsburgh, cloudy 64 53 PHlnd, Me., clear 5/5 35 Ptlnd, Ore., clear 65 45 Rapid City, cloudy 70 40 Richmond, clear ... 64 M St. Louis, rain 62 47 Salt Lk. City, clear 61 37 San Diego, clear 83 58 San Fran., clear 81 61 Seattle, cloudy 59 46 Tampa, cloudy 84 71 Washington, cloudy 60 44 (M—Missing) (T—Trace) .02 .50 T .09 .11 .14 .25 .05 .03 .02 .12 .01 Chicago Livestock .08 .45 CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher hogs were 25 to 50 cents lower at the Chicago Stockyards on Wednesday. Receipts totaled 6,500 head. Mixed 1-2 butcher scaling 190 to 225 Ifoi sold at 16.00 te 18.75 and 200 to 215 Ib weights brought 18.85 to 19.00 white 40 head topped at 19.25. Mixed 1-3i weighing 210 to 240 Ibs went «t 17.25 to 18.00. Mixed 1-3 sows weighing 300 to 400 Ibs brought 15.50 to 16.25. Slaughter steers and heifers were mostly steady to 25 cents lower and cattle receipts totaled 7,000 head. Prime slaughter steers weighing 1,200 to 1,400 Ibs sold at 27.75 to 28.25 but one load of 1,400 Ib weights topped at 28.50. Choice and prime 1,150 to 1,350 Ib slaughter steers brought 27.00 to 27.75 and two loads of high choice and prime 1,530 Ib kinds sold « 26.00. High choice and prime 925 to 1,065 Ib slaughter heifers brought 25.50 to 26.00. Woolod slaughter lambs and ewes were steady and sheep receipts totaled 300 head. Choice and prime 90 to 115 Ib wooled slaughter lambs sold »t 24.00 to 25.00. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 6,500; butchers 25 to 50 lower; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 18.00-18.75, 40 head at 19.25; 1-3 210-240 Ibs 17.25-18.00; 2-3 260-280 Ibs 16.25-16.75; sows 25 to 50 lower; 1-3 300-400 Ib sows 15.50-16.25; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 14.25-15.25; 2-3 500-550 Ibs 13.7514.50. Cattle 7,000; calves none; steers steady to 25 lower; heifers weak to mostly 25 lower; prime 1,200-1,400 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 27.75-28.50; choice and prime 1,150-1,350 Ib 27.00-27.25; choice 1,000-1,350 Ib yield grade 2 to 4 25.75-27.00; high choice and prime 925-1,065 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 25.50-26.00; choice 8001,025 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 24,25-25.50. Sheep 300; wooled slaughter lambs and ewes steady; choice prime 90-115 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 24.00-25.00; 80100 Ibs mixed good and choice 22.50-24.00. Fogertys Leave For Denver Visit (Tlmr» llrrnld New* Service) CARNARVON - Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fogerty left Thursday morning for Denver, Colo., to visit Mr. and Mrs. Dale Fogerty and family, Dean Fogerty, and Mr. Fogerty's brother and sister and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Tebben, Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rodman Jr. of Whitting spent the weekend in the Robert Rodman Sr. home here. Guests in Mrs. Lucille Mohr's home here Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brotherson and daughter of Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bruns of Fonda. The Brunses and Mrs. Mohr called on Mrs. Lee Jansen at the hospital in Denison in the evening. Mrs. Jansen returned to her home in Deloit Tuesday. A large group of relatives and friends attended the open house for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ohden's 40th wedding anniversary at Wall Lake Sunday afternoon. Club Entertains At Nursing Home (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Edna Peters was hostess to the \Va4an-ye Club Monday evening, Oct. 23. Before the meeting, members served the monthly birthday party at the Manning Plaza and placed new fall centerpieces on the dining tables at the home. Six Plaza residents were honored at the party. Mrs. Elizabeth Price, grandmother of the club's president, Pam Rauch, was a guest at the meeting. Betty Brotherton reported for the project committee. Nuts have arrived for sale during the coming holiday season. 0. R. Fink fcalked to the group on the low housing, project for the aged that will be on the Nov. 7 ballot in the local election. Many Manning residents attended the silver wedding anniversary observance of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Keat at the Manilla Lutheran Church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Keat lived near Manning before moving to their present home near Manilla. Members of the Friendly Neighbor Club attended their October meeting ait the home of Linda Z i n k e, wearing Halloween costumes. Marian Ream was awarded the costume prize. President Amanda Lamp conducted the business session, distributing new club programs. The yearly auditing report was made. Eunice Ahrendsen reported on the club's Christmas project for the retarded children's class in the Manning school. It was announced that the club would hold two bake sales, one in March and one in June. Roll call was "A Habit I Would Like to Break". Eunice Ahrendsen and Lola Ahrendsen received perfect attendance gifts for the past year. The birthday song was sung for Eunice Ahrendsen and Phyllis Lamp. Ha Grimm and Amanda Lamp were in charge of entertainment. Emma Koepke entertained the Harfonia Club Wednesday, serving dessert and coffee before cards. Hilda Petersen was a guest outside the membership. Mrs. Petersen won high at 500; Pauline Barten, second; and Ella Puck, low. ENDS ARMY COURSE FORT BELVOIR, Va. — Pvt. Kenneth M. Olberding, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Olberding, Carroll, has completed a construction drafting course at the Army Engineer School, Ft. Belvoir, Va. During the eight- week course, Pvt. Olberding was trained to lay out various views of objects to scale as working models. • The rate of 850 or less now applies all day Saturday a* wen as all day Sunday. It's the new family time special for Long Distance. The low rate of 850 or less, plus tax, is in effect all day Saturday and Sunday, for a 3-minute, station-to-station interstate call anywhere in the continental U.S. (except Alaska). • The 850 rate goes into effect earlier every week-night, top. Now, starting at 7 p.m. every night, you can make a 3-minute, station-to-station out of state call anywhere in the continental U.S. (except Alaska) for 850 or less, plus tax. • There's a new rate that's in effect from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. During these hours you can call for $1.60 or less*. • And on Monday through Friday, between the hours of 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., you can now make a Long Distance call for $1.10 or less*. ^^^••^•^ Starting today many interstate Long Distance calls cost you less. New interstate Long Distance rates and hours. Clip and keep handy. 7p.m.- 7 a.m. & weekends •Maximum rates for a 3-minute, station-io-stalion interstate call, plus tax, anywhere in the continental U.S. except Alaska. "The 65c-or-less rate only applies trom midnight lo 7 a.m. to station-to-station calls dialed directly and lo station calls where Direct Dialing service is not available. Northwestern Bell i i Now Long .DistanceJs_aL bjggejLbargain than it ever was before. New rales have just gone into effect. They represent the twenty-second major Long Distance reduction since coast-to-coast service began in 1915. And they are a good example of how improvements in technology and operating economies have been passed on to you. At the same time, to bring rates into closer relationship with costs of furnishing service for shorter distances, rales for some interstate calls under 24 miles wilt be. increased 50 for the initial period. 65* ^•^r ^•^F or less For 650 you can dial your own out-of-state calls every night between midnight and 7 a.m. It's our new midnight-to-7 a.m. special. During these hours you can make a 3-minute, station-to-station out of state call anywhere in the continental U.S. (except Alaska) for 650 or less, plus tax. This rate only applies to station-to-station calls dialed directly... and to station calls where Direct Dialing service is not available. , Missing D.M. Youth, 18, Slain PHILADELPHIA (AP) - A Des Moines youth, described as "the kind of boy you would like to have for your son," was strangled before his body was stuffed in a steamer trunk and dumped into the Delaware River, authorities said Wednesday. Th* body of John W. Green, 18, son of a Des Moines doctor, was in a trunk spotted in the murky river Tuesday by two Reading Railroad detectives, not far from a fashionable waterfront restaurant. Authorities said Green, a freshman chemistry student at the University of Pennsylvania, was strangled. The trunk had been in the water for up to nine days, detectives said. The b^>dy was shoeless, clad in a T-shirt and dungarees, and stuffed into a sleeping bag with only the feet showing. Some 25 detectives were searching for clues in the mysterious killing. Friend* of Green said the youth was last seen Oct. 22 when he left his dormitory room to look at some collections of rare pipes. His father, Dr. John.W. Green, a Des Moines pathologist, expressed fear at the time that foul play was involved in his son's disappearance. The youth had graduated in June from Des Moines Lincoln High School, where his high school vice principal described him as "the kind of boy you would like to have for your son." Ronald Hocking, head of the mathematics department at Lincoln, said Green was "a tremendous student. I think he could have accomplished anything he wanted." Survivors besides the parents include three brothers and two sisters, Name Winners in Halbur Contest (Times Herald News Service) HALBUR — Winners at the local level in the fire prevention slogan and poster contest sponsored by the Halbur Community Fire Department were judged and revealed during Fire Prevention Week. Four contests were held in each grade from third through sixth, inclusive. First-place winners were entered in the Inter-County Fire Protection Association Oct. 23 at Denison. Local winners were: Third grade — Anne Marie Tiefenthaler, first; Annette Eischeid, second, and Lori Riesselman, third. Fourth grade — Carol Dalhoff, first, Margaret Snyder, second, and Jane Neppl, third. Fifth grade — Larry Schaeu- ble, first, Lor an Dentlinger second, Debra Wittrock, third. Sixth grade — Bruce Genling, first, Iris Sibenaller, second and Sandra Eischeid, third. Honorable mention w e n t to the following: (Third grade) Kay Eischeid, Renee Eischeid, Peggy Hacker, Cathy Heinrichs, Carol Muhlbauer, Ronald Riesselman and Thomas Herbers; (fourth grade) Lois Hein en, Nancy Dentlinger, Joleen Heinrichs, Maria Eischeid, Charles Kirsch, Susan Mary Eischeid and Sandra Naberhaus. Auburn Woman Home from Missouri (Times Herald Mews Service) AUBURN - Mrs. Clara Schulte returned Friday from a three-week visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Morgan and family at St. Joseph, Mo Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gerdes visited Sunday evening with hi sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Dickman at Jefferson. • Mai Brinker, Cedar Rapids and Jeffrey Brinker, Dei Moines, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brinker. Mrs. C. J. Heim entertained members of her club and one additional guest, Mrs. V e r d _ Maunu, at her home Monday evening. Bridge was played at two tables, with Mrs. Dan Smith, Mrs. George Wernimont and Mrs. Don Pick receiving score, prizes. Mrs. William Richardson entertained her card club at home Friday afternoon. Contract bridge was played at two tables, with Mrs. John Grey and Mrs. R. C. Jansen, Carroll, and Mrs. John Clapper receiving score prizes. Refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Reo Miles spent Tuesday and Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Nichols and family and Mr and Mrs. Ronald Marconcini and daughters in Omaha. Deaths, Funerals GEORGE JESME (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for George Jesme, 61, of Lake City will be held at 1:30 Nagls Return to Home in California (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. John Nagl and children left Monday for Vallejo, Calif., after spending two weeks with their parents, the Albert Nagls at Carroll and the C. J. Roth- meyers at Dedham. Lt. Nagl is stationed at Vallejo, where he is an Instructor at the U. S. Nuclear Power School. Mr. and Mrs. Prank Vasquez and children of Des Moines spent Sunday with the latters mother, Mrs. Ann Roderick. Five firemen of the local department attended the Inter- County Firemen's Assn. meeting at Denison, including Merle Pomeroy, C. J. Rothmeyer, Louis Bueltel, Louis Meiners, and C. J. Rothmeyer Jr. of Carroll. Mrs. Mathilda Meiners was an honored guest at a dinner for her birthday, Wednesday evening in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Meiners and family. Also present were Daryl, Dick and Emily Meiners. Guests for ice cream and cake in the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Meiners and children, and Marjie and Billy Klocke. Joyce Fledderman, who attends Commercial Extension at Omaha, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fledderman. Anne Tigges, student at Mt. Marty College, Yanfcton, S. D. spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tigges. Mrs.'William Meshek entertained the euchre club in her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests were Mrs. Joe Kitt, Mrs. Joe Haubrich and Mrs. Gertrude Kitt. Prizes went to Mrs. Ludwig Seidl, Mrs. Joe Kitt and Mrs. Rose Sporrer. A Halloween motif was used in serving lunch. 'Gremlin Gourmet' For Church Group (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mariners of the Presbyterian Church met for a "Gremlin Gourmet" at the Harold Schmidt home Thursday evening. Dinner arrangements were in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt, the Willus Hills and Gene Wieses. Halloween decorations were used throughout the home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Busby and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Saunders. A short business meeting was held following t h e Halloween supper. Antonia Hinz was hostess to the R-Gu-Not Club Wednesday, Delores Ramsey was a guest. Emma Dietz won high at cards; Ann Struve, second. Blanche Wiese was hostess to the Ugo-Igo Club at a 1:15 luncheon Wednesday. Clara Claussen held high at bridge; Dorothy Arp, second. Mr. and Mrs. Merlene Thompson and family of Ral ston, Neb., and Mrs. Erna Sander spent the weekend in the William Sander home in Altoona. Dr. John Edgerton, Dr. John Hornberger, Richard Crandall, Lyle Arp, Art Rix, and P. F. Hansen attended a joint Shrine Club Barbeque at Springbrook Park on Oct. 16. The event was sponsored by the Raccoon Val ley, Boone, Carroll, Greene and Nishna Valley Shrine clubs. Henry Beckmans Visit at Waltham (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckman left Friday for Waltham, Minn., to visit rela tives. Saturday afternoon visitors in the Harold Koepke home were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kirchoff and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kirchoff of Harvard, 111.; and Alfred Brockman of Carroll. They also visited Otto Brockman at a Carroll nursing home. Arnold and Rudloph Brockman of Westside joined the v i s i t o r s in the Koepke home Saturday night. Mary Timmerman of Omaha and her mother Mrs. Leo Timmerman, visited Saturday in the Bob Timmerman home at Jefferson. (Times Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - Harland Flink returned home Sunday from Loring Hospital, Sac City, where he had been a patient for seven weeks following a heart attack. p.m. Thursday in the Presbyterian Church here, with the Rev. Russell Stark officiating. Burial will be in the Lanesboro Cemetery, where military rites will be conducted by American Legion Post No. 31 of Lake City. Mr. Jesme, who farmed south of Lake City in Carroll County, died unexpectedly of a heart attack on Oct. 30. His wife, Irene, three sisters and two brothers survive. Roland Moores Visit Relatives LAKE VIEW - The Roland Moore family of Chippewa Falls, Wis., spent the weekend in the Elmer Moore home and with Mrs. Moore's relatives in. Carroll. Floyd Parkinson was in Des Moines Wednesday to attend the Republican dinner at the Veterans Auditorium. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Galbreath left Tuesday for a week's visit in the R u s s e 11 Wuth, Selby Sanders and Clarence Welch homes in Denver. Mrs. Orville Meyer was hostess Friday night to the H & M Card Club. Prizes went to Mary Ann Monroe, Mrs. Bill Griffin and Mrs. Bonnie Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson and Mrs. Mildred B a t i e spent the weekend in Lawrence, Kan. They attended the Iowa State-Kansas game and were overnight guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Weigel. Mrs. Peterson entertained the Lake View Bridge Club Friday, awarding prizes to Mrs. Art Hulsing, Mrs. Roy Ferguson and Mrs. Hat tie Krouch. Earl Norman of Spencer, Neb., visited from Wednesday until Sunday in the Norman Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Klinzman and son Kim, Mrs. Dan Tiegen, Mrs. Gladys Clark, all of Storm Lake, the Doyle Prescott family of Schuyler, Neb., and the Elmer Prescott family of Rockwell City were dinner guests of Mrs. Ethel Prescott and Mrs. Dan Klinzman Sunday. Mrs. William Redenbaugh, Mrs. George Scott and Mrs. Jack Smith attended the 8th District meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs at Spirit Lake Friday. A family gathering at the Vernon Van M ever in home Sunday afternoon noted the first birthday of Michael Van Meverin. Visit Cousins at Scottsbluff, Neb. (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Harvey and Alice Corry were recent guests in the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. George Read at Scottsbluff, Neb. Mrs. Mary Florence Gray, Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Nora Fahan of Lake City, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Garnatz, Adel, were recent visitors in the home of Mrs. Grace Barto. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eccles and son, Randy of Ogden were weekend guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M, Bean. Rodney Theulen, who received his first communion Sunday at St. Mary's Church, was honored at a dinner afterward at (the Maid-Rite Cafe. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ron Pietig, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Theulen and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Balukoff and family, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wolterman, Arcadia; Mrs. E. A. Heim, Bobbey, Kathy and Randy Theulen. Mrs. Wolterman was one of Rodney's baptismal sponsors. The guests spent the afternoon at th« Theulen home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brouer and son of Osseo, Minn., were overnight guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Menck, On Sunday all were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell OTool and family at Carnarvon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wai- rod of Wayne, Neb.; Robert Walrod, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Ai Walrod, Lake View; and Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Green and Mary Jane were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Brown. Birthday Dinner For Texas Visitor LAKE VIEW - Hans Hoeg of Dallas, Tex., was honored at a covered dish birthday dinner at the Ole Hoeg Sunday. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Nels Hoeg, Mr. and Mrs. Burkley Dankel and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Graham Hoeg and family and Carl Hoeg.
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