Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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Daily Record Court House New Vehicles Registered- Lawrence E. or Bessie I. Nielsen, Glidden, Chevrolet; John J. or Mary R. Mersman, Carroll, Rambler; James F. Steinkamp, Breda, Plymouth; Floyd J. or Neva J. Decker, Carroll, Ford; Kenneth H. Davis, Glidden, Pontiac; and Donna R. Welbourn, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers— Alan and LuJean Stork to William L. and Nor ma J. Schenkelberg, Lot 10, Block 5, Rolling Hills Addition to Carroll. Lawrence and Florence Schmitz to Alois and Elinor Vonnahme, part of SWy4SEy4, Sec. 22, Twp. 85, Range 35. Fire Dept. Car Fire- Carroll firemen were called to Seventh and Main Streets here Wednesday at 12:45 p.m. when fire broke out in the engine compartment of an auto owned by McCarville and Son. The blaze was quickly extinguished and damage was slight, Bill McCarville said. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Marvin Eischeid, Carroll Arthur Greve, Wall Lake James Long, Coon Rapids Mrs. Catherine Meiners, Scranton Richard Nagl, Carroll Mrs. Flora Rendleman, Exira Mrs. Edith McCrea, Lohrville Mrs. Elmer Wolterman, Breda Dismissals— Mrs. Charles Weitl and baby, Templeton Richard Nagl, Carroll Mrs. Jerry Parker, Glidden Mrs. Gerald Brincks, Carroll William Hornick, Carroll Mrs. Richard Groves, Massena Mrs. Wilfred Schneider, Carroll Mrs. Louis Hinners and baby, Arcadia Births- Mr, and Mrs. Richard Carey, Churdan, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Michael Stitz, Carroll, a son, Wednesday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald New* Service) Admissioss, Oct. 31— Dan Rodman, Breda David Schluter, Odebolt Dismissals, Oct. 31— John Dentlinger, Manning Earl Roberts, Manning CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions, Oct. 30— Mrs. Larry Schwarte, Dunlap Mrs. Joseph Maher, Vail Lori Ann Lutz, Denison Mrs. Vernone Natzel, Denison Mrs. Richard Sailer, Schleswig Joellen Knutzen, Charter Oak Nancy Messenbrink, Denison Mrs. Ricardito Sheffield, Manilla Lloyd Hulburd, Denison Raymond Kasperbauer, Irwin Mrs. Joseph Siemer, Denison Edward W. Lapel, Denison Joseph Murphy, Denison Dismissals, Oct. 30— Mrs. Hans Wellendorf, Schleswig Frank Schaller Times Herald, Carroll, !a. Thursday, Nov. 2, 1967 market mounted a smart technical rally early today. Trading was active. Recovering from its biggest one-day slide in four months, the market moved ahead on a broad front lagged. The ticker tape Gains outnumbered losses by about 3 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange as blue chips went into gear with glamor stocks. Chicago Livestock M. Franzkowiak, Mrs. Larry Schwarte, Dunlap Births, Oct. 30— Mr. asd Mrs. Joseph Maher, Vail, a son Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Farrell, Vail, a son Admissions, Oct. 31— Mrs. Louie Reimer, Schleswig Mrs. Anna Thiedeman, Denison Mrs. Herman Freund, Panama John Skarin, Denison Mrs. Leo Glawinski, Debit Mrs. James Berka, Dunlap Tony Wulf, Kiron Dismissals, Oct. 31— Ricki Carstensen, Denison Lori Lutz, Denison Robert Keating, Denison Alfred Grau, Denison Danny Leinen, Denison The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 6.48 at 873.56. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.3 at 314.1 with industrials up 3.1, rails off .1 and utilities up .2. General Motors, whose weakness was a feature of the latest declining phase, provided top- class leadership by recovering nearly 2 points. Ford and Chrysler edged to the upside but American Motors eased following the sale of a huge block of 100,000 shares which made it the volume leader by a wide margin. Texas Gulf Sulphur ran up 4 points as one of the active stocks after reporting sharply higher profits. Among other actively traded gainers, Occidental Petroleum resumed its winning ways with a gain exceeding 2, McDonnell Douglas rose near 2 and Hunt Foods 1% — possibly in response to news it had picked a new president, William E. McKenna, formerly of Litton Industries. Prices advanced on the American Stock Exchange. CHICAGO (API-Butcher hog prices were 25 to 50 cents higher at the Chicago Stockyards Thursday and receipts totaled 3,500 hogs of which shippers took 2,500. Mixed 1-2 butchers scaling 190 to 225 pounds sold at 18.25 to 19.00, but around 200 head weighing 200 to 215 pounds topped at 19.25 to 19.50. Mixed 1-3 sorts scaling 210 to 250 pounds went at 17.50 to 18.25. Mixed 1-3 sows scaling 350 to 400 pounds brought 15.75 to 16.25. The cattle run totaled only 300 head and there were not enough slaughter steers or heifers on hand for an adequate test of the market. Cows and bulls were steady. Commercial and utility cows sold at 13.50 to 16.00 with a few high yielding utility types going at 16.00 to 16.50. Utility and commercial bulls brought 19.50 to 22.50. Sheep receipts totaled 200 and wooled slaughter lamb prices were steady. A few lots of choice and prime 90 to 110 pound wooled slaughter lambs brought 24.00 to 25.00 with mixed good and choice kinds commanding 22.50 to 24.00. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 3,500; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 18.25-19.00; around 200 head 200-215 Ibs 19.25-19.50; 1-3 210250 Ibs 17.50-18.25; 1-3 350-400 Ib sows 15.75-16.25; 1-3 400-450 Ibs 15.50-16.00. Cattle 300; calves none; not enough slaughter steers or heifers on offer to provide an adequate price test; commercia cows 13.50-15.50, largely 14.0015.00; utility 14.50-16.00; few high yielding utility 16.00-16.50; utility and commercial bulls 19.50-22.50. Sheep 200; few lots choice and prime 90-110 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 24.00 - 25.00; mixed good and choice 22.5024.00; cull to good wooled slaughter ewes 4.00-7.00. Awards Given to Cub Scouts Halloween was the theme at the October pack meeting of Cub Pack 102 Monday night at the St. Lawrence School gym. Costume prizes were presented to George Polland and Kent Riesberg after the Halloween parade of boys in costume. The meeting was conducted by Dick Steenson, chairman of the Boy Scout committee. Den 1, led by Mrs. Bernie Haberl and Mrs. Ray Hagceiirn, presented colors and retired them at the conclusion of the meeting. Mr. Steenson acknowledged a bulletin board made by Doyle Knight. Badges were awarded the following: Bobcat pins — Dennis Rut- Deaths, Funerals Historical Tour Sunday The newly-formed Carroll County Historical Society will sponsor a tour of the northeastern part of the county Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m. The tour will be conducted by Darwin Thede starting at the Thede farm two miles east and three * Hughes (Continued From Page 1) BARN PAINT SPECIALS MOORE'S METALLIC RED BARN PAINT $2.95 .* in 5 gal. cans LATEX BARN PAINT REDUCED Birth ARCADIA Mr. and Mrs. SAVE $6.00 on 5 gallon cms Spray Painter available. JOE'S PAINT CENTER Across from Courthouse Joe Dalhoff, Owner Louis Hinners, Arcadia, a son, Paul Allen, Oct. 29 ait St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .................... $2.42 Corn, No. 2 yellow ................ 1.00 Oats ............................................... 69 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company HiKh Low 12:30 WHEAT Dec. __________ 150% 149% 150 156% 155% 155% 159% 158% 158% 158% 157% 3 In Church Work Project Three young persons from Carroll and Manning will be among 70 senior high youths who will spend the weekend in a three-day seminar and work project in the inner city of Kansas City under auspices of the South Iowa Methodist Conference. They are Sherry Diane Denney and Jane Boos of Carroll and Cynda Ann Musfeldt of Manning. They will stay at the St. Paul School of Theology Center for Renewal and Work. After working Saturday, they will attend a movie or stage play Saturday night. They will by chartered Sunday. The group left Thursday from Carlisle. and one-half miles north of Glidden. Included will be a visit to the site of the old town of Benan, gravesites in the area, the cabin of Enos Butrick, an early settler in the county, and free admittance to the Thede Pioneer Farm Museum. Anyone who joins the society before Sunday will be eligible to take the tour, and also will become a charter member. Membership dues may be sent to the secretary, Mrs. Virgil Baumhover, Carroll. leave for home bus at 3 p.m. March May July CORN Marchll—- May July OATS Dec March May _______ RYE Dec. March May .... . July SOY BEANS Nov. -.. Jan March 115 119% 71% 71% 71% 119% 123% 126 % - 127% ... 263% 267% 270% Jan. March 71.80 72.70 114% 119 122 124% 71V 2 71% 71% 119% 123% 126% 127% 262% 266% 270% 70.90 71.50 72.40 157y 8 115 119% 122% 124% 71% 71% 119% 123% 126% 127% 263% 267% 270% 71.35 71.80 72.65 Templeton Gives $118 to UNICEF TEMPLETON - The children of Sacred Heart Grade School, Templeton, collected $118 for the 1967 Halloween UNICEF drive on Tuesday evening. After the drive, the children gathered at school for skating and bingo. The parish provided lunch after the activities. New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP)—The stock IN UNIVERSITY HOSPITALS Mrs. Wilfred (Bill) Schneider of Carroll was taken by Twit ambulance Wednesday from St. Anthony Hospital to University Hospitals, Iowa City. She is in Room 215 West, Bed 2. Program on Religion is Set "Religion In the American Family Week" will be stressed by the Carroll Kiwanis Club at the Nov. 8 meeting at the Pin Oaks. Plans were outlined Wednesday night by Reese Abbe, chairman of the support- of-churches committee. Each member is urged to invite a clergyman or religious leader. Alfred Meyers, a member of the Carroll County Historical Society board of directors, invited Kiwanians to become charter members of the new society by paying $2 dues before January 1. Tom Coughlin, inter club chairman reported that eight Carroll Kiwanians and their wives attended charter night ceremonies Oct. 28 for the Jefferson Kiwanis Club. Twenty- one clubs were represented. Visitors Wednesday were Greg Drees and Keith Murphy of the Kuemper Key Club. field approach to solving our problems. "But," he stated, "the emphasis on love by the hippies is not the worst idea that ever hit our society." He said for a while it seemed that the hippie movement might open up new portals for the economic development of our state. When word of our abundant marijuana crop got to the Haight-Ashbury district in San Francisco and other centers of the hippie movement, it looked as if we might have a stampede rivaling the California gold rush of '49. "But now it develops that our Iowa marijuana isn't worth a hang for turning you on, so the state isn't going to ge to pot after all." The governor told the officials, both local and state, that the small percentage of our youth that have gone the hippie route is not going to save our society or undermine it. "But," he added, "the roots of the revolt and the communications breakdown that extends to all of our youth should be a matter of serious and practical concern to us. ten, Bob Shirbroun, Alan Schieffer, Ricky Thelen, Randy Ausmann, Richard Riesberg, Roger Riesberg, Scott Neppel, Perry Ryan, Craig Bueltel. Wolf — Allan Rutten, James Knight, Greg Menke, David Bruner, David Rossman. Bear — Ronald W i e 1 a n d, Dean Fisch, James Waters. Lion — Gary Schieffer, Dean Fisch. Gold Arrows — James Knight, James Waters. Silver Arrows — James Knight, Larry Rettenmaier. NEIL VERMEULE (Time* Hernia News Scrvlcr) MANNING — Funeral services for Neil Vermeule, 86, Manilla jeweler and watch repairman, will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Ohde Funeral Home in Manilla. The Rev. Nancy Nichols of the Methodist Church will officiate. Music will be provided by Barbara Agan, organist, and Gilbert D i s b u r g and Ann Ewoldt, singers. Burial will be in the Nishnabotna Cemetery. Mr. Vermeule died unexpectedly Monday evening at his home, although he had been in failing health for several years. He returned home Sunday from the Crawford County Memorial Hospital. Born July 30, 1881, near Gray, he was the son of Simeon and Ella Parsons Vermeule. He attended rural school and was married at Harlan to Emma Meyer. They lived in various communities in Iowa and Nebraska until they moved to Manilla in 1925. Mrs. Vermeule died in 1961. Survivors include three children, Mrs. Charles (Ollie) Agan of Manilla, Mrs. Marvin (Ruby) Ruhs of Denver and Ed Vermeule of Anaheim, Denison, where the rosary will be recited Thursday and Friday evenings. Mrs. Hickey is survived by her husband; seven children, Cyril, Francis, LeRoy, M a e, Clifford and Russell Hickey and Mrs. Robert (Alice) Dube; and seven grandchildren. SR. ADELGUNDIS NEUERBURG LaCROSSE, Wis. — Services and requiem rites .for Sr. Adel- gundis Neuerburg, 88, Franciscan Sister of Perpetual Adoration, were held at 7:20 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 2, in St. Rose Convent Chapel at LaCrosse. The Rev. Othmar M i s s 1 e r, C.P.P.S., chaplain, officiated. Sr. Adelgundis died Oct. 30. She was born in Carroll July 31, 1879, the youngest of ten children. The former Frances Neuerburg, she e n t e r e d St. Rose Convent from Carroll in 1907 at the age of 26, and at the time of her death was in the 58th year of her religious profession. Of her 24 years' teaching career, 22 years were spent at Sacred Heart School, Eau Claire, Wis., and one each at Lansing, Iowa, and Wausau, Den chief braid — Tom Greteman, a Boy Soout member of Troop 102. Mrs. Eugene Schieffer gave a report on the Christmas evergreen sales. The honor flag was presented to Den 4, led by Mrs. Donald Wenck, assisted by Mrs. Lester Riesberg. The meeting closed with a song while the colors were retired. Halloween treats were distributed. ON TELEVISION Jean Schoenjahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoen- jahn, will play a piano solo on an amateur talent program at 4 p.m. Saturday over KRNT-TV, Des Moines. She and her parents were in Des Moines Wednesday night for a recording of the program. Calif.; a brother, John of Lake City; 10 grandchildren, and nine great-grandchildren. Three brothers predeceased him. MRS. ANDREW HICKEY VAIL — Mrs. Andrew Hickey, 75, of Vail died at the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 1. Funeral rites will be held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Ann's Church at Vail, with interment hi the parish cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Huebner Funeral Home at Wis., where she taught first grade. Thirteen years were spent in domestic duties, including eight years at Ashland, Wis., and five at St. Rose Convent here. Since 1947 she was retired at Villa St. Joseph Nursing Home for the Franciscan Sisters. Two sisters, who preceded her in death, also were members of the Franciscan order. A number of nieces and nephews survive. Want Ads Pay You Cash For Your Don't Wants * Johnson (Continued From Page 1) HOME FROM HOSPITAL WALL LAKE — Chris Tadsen returned home Monday after undergoing minor surgery Friday at Veterans' Hospital in Omaha. MOTOROLA RECTANGULAR COLOR TV NOW TUNE COLOR WITH EASE! Has Color TV tuning ever been this convenient . . . this easy? Push - button UHF tuning presents up to 5 UHF channels. Then, to change UHF channels, just push the button. The handy Color controls are numbered to help you rein e m b e r the one -best "combination" for each station. INJURED ARMS Two Carroll residents suffered arm injuries in separate accidents Tuesday afternoon and were admitted to St. Anthony Hospital for treatment. Richard Nagl, 16, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Nagl, was hospitalized overnight when he suffered injuries to his left elbow during football scrimmage. He expects his arm to be in a cast for three weeks. He is a junior at Kuemper High Committee declined comment on the President's remarks but the House Republican whip, Rep. Leslie C. Arends of Illinois, predicted flatly that for this year, at least, "there will be no tax bill." And Rep. John H. Rhodes of Arizona, chairman of the House Republican Policy Committee, added: "The President just hasn't got the message, namely that there will be no tax bill consideration until the administration shows some inclination to cut down spending." At his news conference, Johnson restated his position that Congress should be doing the cutting. "I think they will cut $4 or $5 billion out of the appropriations that we have recommended this year," he said. "I will sign those bills they send me, although I think some of them are close ones." New Self Polishing Floor Cleaner Pufs High Luster on Vinyl and Linoleum Floors in Carroll If your linoleum or vinyl floors look yellow and dull from the wax you are using, here's a new floor cleaner that cleans as it polishes, gives an amazing new Lustre to hard surface floors. It's mirror clean, goes on quickly and easily and brightens up yellowed and dull floors in an amazing way. One trial can will make you truly happy with the beauty of your floors. Get it at Bierl's Store of Floors Carroll AUCTION SATURDAY, NOV. 4 Sale Starts at 12:00 LIVESTOCK SELLS AT 1:00 CATTLE 8 Hereford heifers. Wt. 450 Ibs. 6 Mixed heifers. Wt. 500 to 550 Ibs. 4 Angus steers. Wt. 500 Ibs. 3 Shorthorn heifers. Wt. 600 Ibs. 6 Angus heifers. Wt. 400 Ibs. 4 Hereford heifers. Wt. 800 Ibs. Expect 1 load of Western Cattle more by sale time. HOGS 30 mixed feder pigs. Wt. 50 Ibs. 36 good feeder pigs. 2 sows to farrow soon. SHEEP 6 fat lambs. 5 good ewes. MISCELLANEOUS Some furniture, small articles, party moving all surplus things. 1 Lawn mower, 4 H.P. Briggs- Straton motor. 6 4-foot lengths of roded corn ventilators. Farmers Sale Co. Incorporated C. W. Bedford, Manager, Phone 9876 Barn—Phone 2572 COMPLETE INSURANCE School. Marvin Eischeid, 40, fered in a farm mishap. Bt. 3 Carroll, expects to be dismissed Friday from the hospital, where he received treatment for a broken left arm suf- 23" overall diaff. tube meas.; 274 sq. In picture viewing area From our extensive Bulova Calendar Collection. From Motorola's new flight of Color TV with Genuine Walnut veneers and select hardwood solids with OU Walnut finish. Buy your color TV where you are sure of quality and service. We guarantee prompt service on every set we sell. Coast to Coast Store ELMER FRIEDMAN — DUANE TAPHORN H!I«IS OF TIME "B" 17 levwlt. Waterproof. White. $15.00 17 Jewels. Stalnle$» steel back. Waterproof. No wonder Bulova is tha leader in date watches. 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