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Deaths, Funerals DONNA MAE SOPPE - Donna Mae Soppe. 5, died nfter a short illness about 7:15 a.m. Sunday, Nov. 5, at St.. Anthony Hospital, where she had been a patient for about two hours. She was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soppe of 815 North Crawford Street, Carroll. The Mass of the Angels will be celebrated at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday in St. L a w r e n c c Church, with interment in Ml. Olivel Cemetery. Friends may cal! at the Sharp Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited a< 8 p.m. Monday by Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, Templeton. Donna Mae. a kindergarten pupil at Carroll Public School, was born at Carroll Jan. 8, 1962. Surviving with her parents are her sisters and brothers: Mrs! Don (Betty) Menke, Lake City: Jean. Omaha; Donald. Cheryl and Mike, at home; and her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lechtenberg, Manning. PETER J. SANDBERG GLTDDEN — Funeral arrangements are pending here at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home for Peter J. Sandberg, 79. who died in Colorado. Survivors include a son, Paul J. Sandberg, Des Moines; and two daughters, Mrs. Gertrude Christiansen, Des Moines, and Mrs. Edith Potts, Sac City. AXEL G. CARLSON Services for Axel Goddfrcy (Ole) Carlson. 89, of Carroll were held at 2 p.m. Saturday in the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson, minister of First Presbyterian Church, officiated. Mrs. Donald Severin was organist, playing before and after the rites. Donna Mae Soppe Carroll—Age 5 Friends pay call at the Sharp Funeral Homt after 2 p. m. Monday. Rotary: 8 p. m. Monday by Catholic Daughters of America, Templeton Court No. 454. Mass of the Angels: 8:30 a. m. Tuesday at St. Lawrence Church. Final Resting Place: Mt. Olivet Cemetery. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 27 Years Pallbearers were member; of the I.O.O.F. Lodge No. 279 Calvin Edwards, Lester Call away, Ralph Dunn, E. J Daughcrty. Paul Swanson anc Kenneth Schwarzcnbach, Mr Schwarzejibach and Mr. Dunn conducted the Odd Fellows fu neral rites at the Carroll City Cemetery. Mr. Carlson, retired engineer for the Iowa Public Service Company, died at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll Nov. 2 after a long illness. MRS. IDA HEUTON GLIDDEN - Mrs. Ida Ann Louise Heuton, 82, of Gliddcn died at 8:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4. at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City, following a long illness. She had been making her home here with Mrs. Sophia Knute. Her funeral will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Lidderdale, with burial in the church cemetery. The Rev. Martin J. Ludwig, G 1 i d d e n, will officiate. Friends may call at the Dahn- Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden until 12:30 p.m. Tuesday, at which time the casket will be taken to the church. There will be a family prayer service at the church at 1:45. Mrs. Heuton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Helmkamp, was born Jan. 1, 1885, in Illinois and came to this area from there at an early age. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, in which she was confirmee March 26, 1899, and in which her marriage to W. J. Heuton took place on May 6, 1908. Surviving are a son, Harold Heuton, Glidden; a daughter, Mrs. Merrill (Burnita) Thevenin, Aurelia; five grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Frank Breidert, Glidden, anc Mrs. John Rohrbeck, Lidderdale. Her husband, one brother and five sisters preceded her in death. MRS. EDITH McCREA (TlniM Herald New* Service) LOHRVILLE - Mrs. Edith McCrea, 84, of Lohrville died Saturday, Nov. 4, at St. An thony Hospital in Carroll after a three-day illness. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Tuesday in the Methodist Church here, with burial in Evergreen Cemetery, Lohrville. Officiating will be the Rev. Sherman Tidball, pastor of the church, and the Rev. Ben Gaul of Ayrshire. Arrangements are in charge of the Huffman Memorial Chapel of Lake City. The casket will be taken to the church at 10 a.m. Tuesday. Mrs. McCrea, daughter of William and Elizabeth Bigger Tilley, was born in Carroll County on Sept. 2, 1883. Her marriage to William McCrea took place Nov. 29, 1904, at Wichita, Kan. She had lived in Taking High Water In Stride ... youngsters cross a channel separating school from their village on the tiny islet of Ou near Okinawa in the U.S.-occupied for wading. —NBA Radld-Telephotos Ryukyu Islands. They take to stilts at ebb tide when the water is too .shallow' for the school boat but still too deep the Lohrville area since 1924 and was a member of the Lohrville Methodist Church. She is survived by two daughters, Elizabeth McCrea o Manson and Mrs. Hattie Gray of Carroll; two sons, Hugh Me Crea, Scranton, and Virgle Me Crea, Lake City; four grand children, 11 great-grandchil dren; two sisters, Hattie Tilley Jefferson, and Mrs. Lilly Dick ey, Lake City; and two broth ers, Virgle Tilley, Jefferson and Joe Tilley, Churdan. Preceding her in death were her husband, a daughter, a granddaughter, a great-grand son and a brother. Mrs. Paul Kruse Heads Ladies Aid (Time* Herald ISewn Service) LAKE CITY - Mrs. P a u Kruse was elected president o the Ladies Aid of Pilgrim Lu theran church at a recent meet ing. Mrs. Alva Hicks was chosen vice president; Mrs L. E. Swanson, secretary; am Mrs. Rudy Engstrom, treasur er. They will take office in January. The Ronald Zehr family ha moved from Lake City to Man son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith have rented the Lee Heath resi dence property in the east part of Lake City. Kenneth Campbell of E Paso, Tex., has been visiting here with his mother, Mrs. Julia Campbell. Lester Schultes Hosts at Auburn (Time* Hcrnld Tfew» Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schulte and family were losts Sunday honoring their son Randy, a member of the first communion class of St. Mary's church. Guests were Mr. and VIrs. Richard Bauer and fami- y and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Wiederin and family, Carroll; tfr. and Mrs. Walter Schulte, Mrs. Clara Schulte and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rauch. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer are Randy's sponsors. ser Seed Sto says Fertilizing Pay: Spread fertilizer and turn it under when you plow after harvest this fall. Puts fertilizer down in the root zone where it does the most good. Nitrogen in the fertilizer helps the turned-under stalks and crop residue to decompose faster. Practically no fall plowed-under fertilizer gets away in our Corn Belt loam and clay soils. But don't apply in fall on sandy soils or where water stands, like in river bottoms. Apply in fall and avoid spring soft-ground headaches. Come in and ask for our special bulletin that tells a lot more about spreading fertilirer early-in the fall. Gives the pros and cons. Or give us a ring and we'll mail it to you. KLOSER SEED STORE Hwy. 30 West Phone 9718 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher hogs were 25 to 50 cents higher at the Chicago Stockyards Monday and hog receipts totaled 6,000 head. Shippers took 4,300. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing 190 to 225 pounds brought 18.00 to 18.50, but around 350 head scaling 200 to 215 pounds sold at 18.75 to 19.00. Mixed l-3s weighing 210 to 240 pounds went at 17.25 to 18.00 and l-3s scaling 240 to 260 pounds brought 16.75 to 17.50. Mixed 1-3 sows weighing 300 to 400 peunds brought 15.25 to 16.00. Slaughter steers and heifers were 25 to 50 cents higher and cattle receipts totaled 10,000 head. Prime slaughter steers weighing 1,200 to 1,325 pounds brought 27.50 to 28.00 and one load of 1,325 pound kinds topped at 28.25. High choice and prime 1,125 to 1,350 pound kinds went at 26.75 to 27.50 and choice 900 te 1,325 pound weights brought 25.75 to 27.00. High choice and prime slaughter heifers scaling 950 to 1,025 pounds brought 25.75 to 26.00. Wooled slaughter lamb prices were weak to 50 cents lower in slow trade. Sheep receipts to- taled 600 head. Choice and prime wooled slaughter lambs scaling 90 to 110 pounds went at 23.50 to 24.00 and a few lets of mostly prime kinds brought 24.50. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA)Hogs 6,000; butchers 25 to mostly 50 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib 18.0018.50;'around 350 head 200-215 Ibs 18.75-19.00; 1-3 210-240 Ibs 17.25-18.00, a few loads at 18.25; 2-3 250-280 Ibs 16.25-17.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 1-3 300-400 Ib sows 15.25-16.00; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 14.00-15.00. Cattle 10,000; calves none; steers and heifers 25 to 50 higher; prime 1,200-1,325 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 27.50-28.25; high choice and prime 1,125-1,350 Ibs 26.75-27.50; choice 900-1,325 Ibs yield grade and prime 950-1,025 Ib slaughter heifers yield grade 3 and 4 25.75-26.00; choice 800-1,025 Ibs yield grade 2 to 4 24.50-25.75. Sheep 600; wooled slaughter lambs weak to 50 lower; wooled slaughter ewes steady; choice and prime 90-110 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 23.5024.50; mixed good and choice 80-100 Ibs 22.00-23.00. 8 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 6, 1967 Program Given on Residence Halls (Tlnien Herald New* Service) MANNING — Mary Circle of the Methodist Church met at the home of Judy Boersma Wednesday evening, where 15 members answered roll call with a Bible verse using the word "thanks". Guests were Paula Walton, Carol Van Der Meide and Ruth Soper. The latter two became members. J u a n i t a Tomlinson was In charge of the lesson "Residence Homes Find a Way". Clara James opened the program with scripture and a Thanksgiving prayer. Mrs. Soper assisted in the program by reading of activities of women in the 19th Century; Mrs. Gertrude Davis told of activities from 1900-1967 and Bonnie Biggs, of future activities. Mrs. Tomlinson described Esther Hall in Des Moines and Shefler Hall in Sioux City, and distributed literature on other church-related homes for women. In the business session, Karen Hansen and Velaine Curlile reported on the church's guest day and the Prayer and Self- Denial Service. Members were asked to save round oatmeal x>xes and other round boxes 'or a Sunday School rhythm )and supervised by Beverly Mitchell. There will be no Ihristmas Bazaar this year, )uta tentative activity is banned for Dec. 9. World janks were collected. Mrs. iansen and Mrs. Curlile told ;he group how money collected in the banks is used in mission work. A 11 a Ehlers was hostess to he Pleasant Hour Club Wednesday, serving dessert d coffee before cards. Ida D a m m a n n won high; Clara Lamp, second; and Ella Puck, low. The Manning Rotary Club held its weekly dinner meeting Oct. 31 at Saunders Steak House. Dr. John Martin of Carroll was a guest. The final report of the Red Cross Bloodmobile, sponsored by the Rotary Club and American Legion Auxiliary on Oct. 26 was given. The club will meet at noon on Nov. 14 at the grade school cafetorium for its observance of American Education Week. The program was presented by 0. R. Fink, who talked to the group on the proposed low rent federal housing for the aged that is being planned for Manning and will be an issue on the Nov. 7 city ballot. Several Guests At Elmer Noelcks' (Time* Heiald News Service) ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Emil Noelck and Carl and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Noelck of Hampton were Saturday afternoon coffee guests in the Elmer Noelck home. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Royce Noelck and Patti of Sioux City. All were evening visitors in the William Noelck home in Manning. Guests in the home of Mrs. Helena Kaspersen Sunday night to celebrate the birthday of MiV dred Kaspersen were Mr. and Mrs. Wade Bruggeman, Carol and Brian, Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bruggeman, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. John Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Segebart. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Grundmeier, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segebart and Luanne, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Henry New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP)-The stock market took another fairly sharp loss today. Trading was moderately active. The market was continuing a retreat that has been going on for six weeks, searching for a support Tione after penetrating several on the way down from the September peak. The;Dow Jones industrial average, at noon was off 4.45 alt 852.17. Losses outnumbered gains by well over 2 to 1. At the opening, gains and losses were about in balance but the weight shifted to the minus side steadily as the session wore on.' Analysts saw little in the news to stimulate a rally, especially on the eve of election day when the New York and American Stock exchanges will be closed. Traders were reluctant to commit themselves in advance of the voting which could possibly produce some results which would have an impact on Wall Street. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was off 1.5 at 307.6 with industrials off 2.7, rails off .9 and utilities unchanged. Eastern Air Lines traded a big block of 119,000 shares, off 2 at 40. Prices underwent an irregular decline on the American Stock Exchange with trading fairly active. Rotarians See Vietnam Pictures (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — DonaW Joens and William P. Chandler III were guests at the weekly dinner meeting of the Manning Rotary Club Tuesday evening at Saunders Steak House. Mr. Chandler, who has just returned to the United States after duty with the Marine Corps in Vietnam, showed slides on that country and the military activity there, and told of his experiences. ~ . Methodist Women took part in a service of prayer and self- denial at the church Oct. 25. Karen Hansen, who was .in charge of the evening's service, gave the call to worship. Mrs. Andrew Stewart-Morris read the Scripture; and short meditations were given by Edith Stoberl and Wava Lorenzen. "The Communion Hymn" was sung as a duet by Becky Ramsey and Kay Rutherford. The Rev. Mr. Stewart-Morris gave the communion meditation and served the sacrament. A special offering was taken. Refreshments were served afterward by Agnes Rauch and her committee. Verna Karstens was hostess to the Neighborhood Club on Monday. Betty Ross won high at cards; Ella Schade, second. Lunch was served by the hostess. Daily Record Court House New Vehicles Registered- Raymond E. Sapp, Carroll, Chevrolet truck; Thomas W. Madigan, Carroll, International pick-up; Roger B. or B e 11 e Snyder, Breda, Ford; Christine I. Leuer, Carroll, Chrysler; Damian F. White, Carroll, Chevrolet; LuVern C. or Modesta A. Olberding, Carroll, Dodge; and Warren Conner, Glidden, Chrysler. Real Estate Transfers— Bierl Supply Co. to James A. Vanderheiden Jr. and Annetta Vanderheffien, Lot 4, Block 5, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. Wellman A. and Verena Kretzinger to Orton A. and Bonnie Kretzinger, Lots 1, 3 and 4 of Irr. Sur. SmSEY*. Lots 2, 3 and 4 of Irr. Sur. SEV4SW%, SEV4NWV4 and SWANEYt, ?.nd Lot 2, Irr. Sur. NWV4SEV4, all in Sec. 27, Twp. 82, Range 33. Sheriff's Office Truck Hits Sheep- A pick-up truck driven by Dale C. Beidler, 22, Lidderdale, struck three sheep on a county road three miles north and one mile east of Carroll on Sunday at 3:15 p.m. The sheep were owner 1 by Larry Wieland. One sheep was killed and the other two were injured. The front of the pick-up truck was damaged. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. Virgil Kennebeck, Carroll Debra DeBower, Carroll Kevin Rutherford, Manning Dismissals- Paul Sorensen, Coon Rapids Mrs. Paul Swanson, Lake View Mrs. Robert Lakehoff and baby, Audubon / Mrs. Michael Stitz and baby, Carroll. Births- Mr, and Mrs. John Dieter, Vail, a son, Friday . Mr. and Mrs. John Schettler, Carroll, a daughter, Friday MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Admissions November 2— Albert Borkowski, Manning Mrs. Mary McAndrews, Earling Dismissal November 2— Julius Ahrendsen, Manning Admission November 3— Gerald Thiedeman, Westside CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions— Vicki Sue Greder, Denison Fred H. Lueck, Denison Miss Elizabeth H. Lehan, Dunlap v Miss Gladys M. Fair, Arthur August C. Neubaun, Denison George C. Rasmussen, Denison Dean R. Petersen, Charter Oak Dismissals- Mrs. Thomas Farrell and baby, Vail Mrs. James Berfca, Dunlap Mrs. Richardito Sheffield, Manilla Mrs. Anna L. H a m a n n, Schleswig Mrs. Leonard Cose, Denison Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 .................... $2.43 Corn, No. 2 yellow ................ 1.02 Oats ............................................... 69 Chicago Grain These Markets Are furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company WHEAT Dec 14914 March 155'4 May .._ 158 i/4 July 157'i CORN Dec March May July OATS Dec March _. May July RYE Dec March May _ July .:„ 127 SOY BEANS Nov 263 VS. Jan 267% March 271 Vs SOY BEAN MEAT, Dec 72.00 Jan 72 >*5 March „ 73.10 113V, 118(4 1211.4 123% 71 -14 71 '/a 70 Vi 119V* 123 126*4 148% 154V, 1571,4 156% 112% 117% 120% 12314 71% 71',i 71% 70 Vg 118% 122% 12514 126% 262% 266% 270% 71.50 72.00 72.80 148% 154% 157% 156% 112% 117% 120% 123% 71% 71% 70% 118% 122% ii* i?8 271 72.00 72.35 73.10 Weather Elsewhere By The Associated Press High Low Pr. Albany, clear 47 22 .... Albuquerque, cloudy 58 44 .... Atlanta, cloudy 48 29 ..„ Bismarck, clear 34 13 ..„ Boise, clear „ 51 27 _.. Boston, clear 49 35 .._ Buffalo, cloudy 40 29 .... Chicago, cloudy 33 29 T Cincinnati, cloudy .. 33 28 .01 Cleveland, clear 37 23 .... Denver, clear 43 13 .... Des Moines, clear .. 36 20 .... Detroit, cloudy 39 24 .01 Fairbanks, cloudy 29 19 .01 Fort Worth, cloudy .. 58 45 .... Helena, clear 50 15 ... Honolulu, cloudy .... 83 74 .... Indianapolis, cloudy 35 27 .... Jacksonville, clear .. 65 37 .... Juneau, r^ain 42 38 .40 Kansas City, clear .. 40 30 .... Los Angeles, cloudy 70 60 _ Louisville, cloudy .. 39 32 ..„ Memphis, clear 46 25 .._ Miami, cloudy 79 64 .... Milwaukee, cloudy .. 32 26 .... Mpls.-St.P., clear .. 29 16 .... New Orleans, clear 57 44 .... New York, clear 49 33 .._ Okla. City, cloudy .. 47 37 .... Omaha, clear 41 21 .... Philadelphia, clear .. 47 28 .... Phoenix, cloudy 82 62 ..„ Pittsburgh, clear .... 36 23 .... Ptlnd. Me., clear .. 48 32 .„, Pitlnd, Ore., clear .. 59 34 .... Rapid City, clear .. 41 18 .... Richmond, cloudy .. 51 22 .... St. Louis, clear 37 31 .... 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