Deaths, Funerals JAMES BROWN James Brown, 54, of Carroll died of a heart ailment at his home, 807 North Court Street, about 12:45 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 14. Funeral arrangements are being completed at the Sharp Funeral Home. Mr. Brown was an employee of the Hallett Construction Company of Boone. A son of Wilbert and Maude Brown, he was born April 3, 1913, at Whiterock, S.D., and later moved with his parents to Wheaton, Minn., where he lived until enlisting in the Army in July, 1940. He served in the European theatre in World War II and was discharged with the rank of staff sergeant in October, 1945. In 1947 he re-enlisted and was stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. He received his final discharge as a sergeant in 1950. He was a member, of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion, in Carroll. His marriage to Doris Jean Chantry of Casey, who was serving then in the WAGS, took place at Bennettsville, S.C., on May 13, 1944. Following his 1945 discharge the couple moved to Milwaukee, Wis.; and during his re-enlistment period, Mrs. Brown lived at Casey. They resided in Colorado Springs, Colo., from 1950 until 1962, moving then to Carroll where he was employed by Gamble Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 14, 1967 Stores. He had been employed by the Boone firm for about two years. The family is affiliated with First Methodist Church. Surviving with his wife are three children, Sp. 4 William M. Brown, stationed in Germany with the Army; Robert and Bonnie, at home; three sisters and one brother, Mrs. Richard (Jennie) Sullivan, Pollock, S.D.; Mrs. Vern (Faye) Wallace, Stewartsville, Minn.; Mrs. Joyce Dempsey and Howard Brown, Sunland, Calif. Two sisters preceded him in death. MRS. CLARA E. DETTMAN COON RAPIDS - Final rites for Mrs. Clara E. Dettman, 89, of Coon Rapids were held at 10 a.m. Nov. 11 in the Mason Funeral Home here, with burial in Maple Grove Cemetery at Audubon. The Rev. Jerry Evelsizer officiated. Sam Cretsinger was vocal soloist; Mrs. Don Ridgeway, organist. Pallbearers were Clark Lee, Bernice McLaughlin, George Bowman, 'Darrell Bower, Frank Weston and William Peterson. Mrs. Dettman, widow of Gust Dettman, died at Greene County Hospital in Jefferson, Nov. 8. macher. Interment, under direction of the Mason Funeral Home, was in Union Township Cemetery, Coon Rapids. Mr. Whitten, who owned and operated a welding shop here, died Nov. 8 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll after a short illness. JAMES J. HIGGINS VAIL — James J. Higgins, 79, of Vail died Tuesday morning. Nov. 14, at Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison. Funeral rites will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in St. Ann's Church here. The Rev. D. L. Clark will officiate and burial will be in the" parish cemetery. Friends may call after 7 p.m. Tuesday at the Huebner Funeral Home in Denison, where there will be recitations of the rosary both Tuesday and Wednesday evenings. Mr. Higgins was born Sept. 19, 1888. Daily Record * Delegates (Continued From Page 1) Court House Applications to Wed- William H. Childs, 26, Ames, and Gwen A. Nolin, 20, Ralston; Frank E. Olsen, 21, and Jean M. Soppe, 19, both of Carroll; Robert L. Odendahl, 18, and Pat M. Siepker, 18, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Frank H. or Louis M. Anthofer, Dedham, Ford pick-up; Richard J. Macke, Carroll, Chevrolet; Meiners Stockyard, Dedham, Chevrolet truck; Lyle E. or Bonnie Bundt, Breda, Chevrolet; Marvin G. Hermsen, Maple River, Dodge; and William Schraeder, Carroll, Chrysler. Real Estate Transfers- Dale A. and Sharon K. Johnson to Delmar L. and Marie E. Chipman, part of Lots 3, 4 and 2, Block 1, College Addition to Glidden. Albert and Eunice Hupp to Samuel L. and Resa Nelson, Lot 3 and SVi Lot 2, Block 29, Third Addition to Glidden. Chicago Grain Tony Boos Breda—Age 62 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home at Breda after 7 p. m. Monday. 8 p. m. Tuesday by members of St. Bernard's Parish. 9 p. m. Tuesday. Concelebrated Requiem High Mass Wednesday at 11 a. m. At St. Bernard's Church in Breda, Main Celebrant Father Marvin Boes. Interment: St. Bernard's Cemetery in Breda. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Breda/ Iowa LEONARD ORLO WHITTEN COON RAPIDS - Funeral services for Leonard Orlo Whitten, 70, of Coon Rapids, were held in the F i r s t Methodist Church here at 10:30 a.m. Nov. 11. The Rev. Mark Sullivan officiated. Organ selections were played by Mrs. Paul Nelson. Pallbearers were George Frank, Jesse Colbert, Lyle Watrous, George Kult, Francis Shirbroun and Walter Schu- the opening of the convention. At the convention they will be housed at the Crown Hotel in Miami Beach. The ninth annual convention will be at the Fontainebleau in Miami Beach and will be attended by some 5,000 delegates form the 50 states. It will close Sunday morning. Fire Dept. False Alarm- Carroll . firemen were called to McCoy Motors, Sixth and Carroll Streets, at 11:25 a.m. Tuesday when steam escaping from an open valve on a boiler in the furnace room was mistakenly identified as smoke. There was no damage, R. E. McCoy said. Gary Haley, Sac City Mrs. Richard White, Carroll Mrs. Roger Meehan and baby, Westside Mrs. Robert J. Hofbauer, Coon Rapids Mrs. -Thomas Tigges and baby, Glidden Jeffrey R. Riesberg, Carroll Mrs. Glenn Huffman, Audubon Sharon M. Delperdang, Carroll Mrs. Larry Gehling, Carroll Alphonse Tigges, Carroll Mrs. Wilbert Wuebker and baby, Rockwell City Mrs. Dennis Olberding and baby, Carroll Mrs. Robert Rath, Glidden Births- Mr, and Mrs. Russell Frank, Manning, a son, Monday Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Danner, Glidden, a son, Monday Births WINTERSET — Mr. and Mrs. Gary L a p p e, Winterset, their second daughter, Lori Kathleen, born Nov; 10. Mrs. Lappe is the former Colleen Flaherty. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Flaherty of Des Moines and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Nick E. Lappe, Carroll. LAKE CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Keith Barkmeier, Lake City, a daughter Nov. 13 at Stewart Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Barkmeier is the former Evonne Sohm of Carroll. These Markntn Arn Fnrntshpit by The Humphrey (irnln Company High Low 12:30 WHEAT Dec ...... ..... _________ 146 'A 145n 2 March . .......... ..... 15'2% 151 ',<> May .......... ..... . ..... 155% 154 ',4 July ................. ...... 155 U 154', i roftN Dec ...... .......... ____ 11,'! 11 2 Si March ...... .......... ll"'i llfi'd May ........................ 120% 120 July ................ ..... 123 Vs 122 :l i OATS Dec ................... _ 71% 70 Oi March ................ . 71% 71 May ................ ___ 71 V6 70 M RYK Dec ............. ......... . 116% 116 '4 March .................. 120% 120 U 124% 1231,4 154 "i 112-M. 117 70-% 71 'i 70 -l.i 116 '-I 120U 123% May ............ SOY BEANS Nov ........................ 265 'i 265 2(i5Vi Jan ......................... 268% 268% 26S% March ..... - ........... 272% 27 2 Mi 272% SOY BEAN MEAT, Dec ......................... 72.80 72.25 72.65 Jan ........................ 73.15 72.70 73.05 March _ .......... 73.85 73.25 73.70 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hog prices advanced 25 to 50 cent* a hundredweight at the Chlcage Stockyards Tuesday. Receipts of hogs totaled 5,000 head and shippers took 3,200 of New York Stocks NEW YORK (AP) - A discouraged stock market took widening losses early this afternoon. Trading was active. Declines outnumbered advances by more than 2-to-l, in creasing the morning ratio. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was off 3.64 at 856.10. The market was mixed at the opening but gradually worked lower. As prices softened, selling pressures increased. This was especially noticeable among the higher-priced growth and glamor stocks. In addition, some oils were down sharply because of reports that the oil industry has agreed to increase its royalty payments to the government of Libya. Debaters Win 5 Out of 12 Matches Carroll High School debaters, out for the first time this season, won five out of 12 matches Saturday at the annual invitational Hawkeye debate meet at Sioux City. Schools from Nebraska, Iowa, Minnesota and South Dakota competed. Heelan High School was hosts with Central and East. Carroll sent two "A" teams, accompanied by James Knott, debate coach. The subject was "Resolved: That Congress should establish uniform regulations in criminal James Brown Age 54—Carroll Arrangements Pending SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 27 Years The group will discuss cur rent teen-age problems, formulate resolutions and elect new national officers. A s e r i e s of workshops and panels, committee meetings, resolutions, hearings and several social mixers will comprise the program. Friday's schedule will include a cotillion in the grand ballroom of the Fontainebleau. The annual Gold Ticket banquet will be held in the four dining rooms of the hotel at 7 p.m. Saturday. The group Is scheduled to return to Des Moines by ah* at 3:20 p.m. Sunday. Members of the group in addition to the chaperons and the Carroll County delegates are Ron Barmore and Tom Vonderhaar of Humboldt; Tom Gintz, Ann Kersten, Maureen O'Brien and Sue Sells of Ft. Dodge; John and Bob Hartnett of Fonda; Phil Sewell of Sioux City, and Kathy Unterreiner of Rockwell City. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Joyce Thompson, Coon Rapids Mrs. Robert Rath, Glidden Miss Clara P. Devaney, Carroll Eugene J. Walker, Scranton Mrs. Daniel Scheffers, Grand Junction Karen Schettler, Carroll Jeff Riesberg, Halbur J o s e p h J. Espenhover Jr., Westside Mrs. Robert Reck, Scranton Devin Pudenz, Carroll Mrs. Lynn Lloyd, Bayard Mike Schultes, Carroll Ida V. Bates, Scranton Mrs. Donald Petschauer, Carnarvon Dismissals- Mrs. Charles Parkis and baby, Carroll Jeff -Riesberg, Halbur Mrs. Josephine Conway, Carroll Mrs. Donald Sporrer, Carroll Adoption DENISON - Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sporrer of D e n i s o n have adopted a three-week-old daughter who has been named Pamela Sue. Mrs. Sporrer is the former Susan Jensen of Dedham. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Niels Jensen Sr. of Glidden. Mrs. Maude Leonard, also of Glidden, is the baby's great-grandmother. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.46 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1-02 Oats 70 Lodge Plans Holiday Party Plans for a Christmas party were made at a regular meeting of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 Monday night in the I.O.O.F. Hall. The party will be held the evening of Dec. 11 and will feature a 6:30 potluck dinner and a'50-cent gift exchange. Mrs. Calvin Edwards presided over the meeting. Routine business was transacted, and Mrs. Edwards served lunch after adjournment. The nexit meeting will be Nov. 27, with Mrs. Archie Jones as lunch hostess. investigation procedures." The affirmative side of Carroll's experienced "A" team composed of JoEllen Severin and Roy Porterfield, won two out of three rounds. The experienced "A" team negative side, Joe White and Jeff Beneke, won one round, as did both affirmative and negative sides of the novice "A" team —Frank Knutzen and Suzanne Poland, affirmative, and Paula Baker and Becky Blake, negative. The team's next debate will take place Saturday, Dec. 2. Two teams will go to the Rockwell City High School invitational, and the other to a meet at Emmetsburg. fhe supply. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing 190 to 225 pounds sold at 18.25 to 19.25, and around 130 head scaling 200 to 215 pounds went at 19.50 but 23 head topped at 19.75. Mixed 1-3s weighing 220 to 240 pounds brought 17.50 to 18.25. Mixed 1-3 sews weighing 320 to 400 pounds sold at 14.75 to 15.50. Slaughter steer and heifers prices were steady and cattla receipts totaled 1,500 head. A load of prime 1,325 pound slaughter steers brought the top of 27.50 but high choice and prime kinds weighing 1,100 to 1,250 pounds went at 26.50 to 27.00 and choice 925 to 1,250 pound types seld at 25.50 to 26.50 while mixed good and choice 900 to 1,100 pound weights realized 25.00 to 25.50. Choice 850 to 1,000 pound slaughter heifers went at 24.50 to 25.50. Wooled slaughter lamb prices were steady and sheep receipts totaled 300 head. Choice and prime wooled slaughter lambs sealing 90 to 115 pounds sold at 23.00 to 24.00 with good and choice 80 to 100 pound kinds bringing 21.00 to 23.00. WANT ADS PAY YOU CASH FOR YOUR DON'T WANTS! New Self Polishing Floor Cleaner Puts High Luster on Vinyl and Linoleum Floors in Carroll Couple Wed In Nebraska Announcement is made of the marriage of Viola Schleisman of Carroll and Marvin Darling of Harlan. 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