Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 15, 1967 · Page 9
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 9

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 15, 1967
Page 9
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Daily Record Court House Applications to Wed— Ronald L. Wess, 21, Carroll i and Joleen K. Irlmeier, 20, Omaha. New Vehicles Registered- Raymond G. Mohr, Manning, Chevrolet; Harold or Phyllis M. Kunze, Carroll, P o n t i a c; and Manning Creamery, Manning, Chevrolet pick-up. Real Estate Transfers—, Farmers Cooperative Co., Halbur, to Town of Halbur > part of Out Lot 3, NEy4N'.Vy4, Sec. 18, Twp. 83, Range 35. Chicago and North Western Railway Co. to Robert R. Dappen, part of NEV4SWV4, Sec. 17, Twp. 82, Range 35. Helen Krogman to Town of Halbur, part of NW'A, Sec. 18, Twp. 83, Range 35. Bernard N. Miller estate to Mary K. Schlageter, part of Lot 8, Irr. Sur. SWy 4 SEy4, Sec. 27, Twp. 82, Range 33. Mary K. and.Temple J. Schlageter to Maurice .and Janet T. Miller, part of Lot 8, Irr. Sur. SWy4SEy 4 , Sec. 27, Twp. 82, Range 33. Police Dept. 2 Cars CoHide- Cars driven by L a r r y L. Meeves, 28, and Harriet Hallinan, 42, both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of North West and Seventh Streets at 7:40 a.m. Wednesday. The" car was southbound and turning west and the front end_of the vehicle was in collision with the left front of the eastbound Hallinan car that was stopped for a stop sign. No injuries were reported. Fire Dept. Grass Fire— Carroll firemen were called out at 4:18 p.m. Tuesday to extinguish a grass fire in- the .easit sector of the Rolling Hills Addition south of St. Anthony Hospital. No property damage was reported. Hospitals ' ! ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL | } Admissions- Mrs. Augusta Tryon,Carroll Mrs. Walter Gross, xCatroll •;, Mrs. Nan Ralph, Carroll; ; r ; ;" Dismissals^- •; :',.:"'^\'P f J o y c e Thompson, Coori '%&-, pids • '"• . ' ." • •. '•• ./ Mrs. Larry Jessen and baby, Exira '.,':••". Mrs. Daniel Scheffers, Grand Junction Mrs. Jack Neubauer, Ralston Miss Clara P. Devaney, Carroll Jose'p.h J. Espenhovei; Jr., Westside •'' Mrs. Bert Francis, Sac City,-' James J. Wiebers, Carroll Birtrt-f • : , ' : .'V. Mr. and Mrs: Raymond Wil- liamfc. Manning, a son, Tuesday CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions, Nov. 11—, John Bahnsen,, Denison. Kathy Gessman, Manilla ,••• Mrs. Charles Berhhardt, Odebolt Mrs. Clarence Lappe, -Vatt< Miss Ann Turpin; Ute Beverly Miller, Denison Mrs.-Y a 1 gene Kruse, Dow City :':•" Admisiions, Nov. 12— Roy King, Denison Mrs. Charles Benjamin, Dunlap Rolla Kelly, Ute Mrs. '• Gerald Hanigan, Dow City :. Scott King, Woodbine Admissions, Nov. .13— Mrs. Georgia Linstrom, Denison Gladys Fair, Arthur M r s. Clifford Christiansen, Denison Lawrence D. Servoss, Denison Mrs' f Hans Trulsen, Denison Dismissals, Nov. 11— Mrs; Julia Plotz, Denison Miss Lorraine Unangst, Midwestern College, Denison John W. Skarin, Denison Mrs; vSy}vester Holstein, Denison George Rasmussen, Denison Mrs. Bereniece Jones, Denison Miss JSBice J am e s, Ida Grove Lloyd Hulburd, Denison Lyle Anderson, Denison Mrs. Christine Kruse, Denison Kenneth Drilling, Denison Mrs. William Schwenn, Denison Joseph Giermanh, Kiron Births, Nov. 11— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bernhardt, Odebolt, a son Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lappe, Vail, a son Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mohr, IKa, a son Dismissals, Nov. 12— —U.S. Army Photo In Vietnam . . . Pfc. John H. Riesenberg, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Riesenberg, of Carroll, has been assigned to the 101st. Airborne Division's 1st Brigade near Phan Rang, Vietnam. He is a light weapons infantryman in the 2nd Battalion of the brigade's 327th Infantry. He entered the Army in October, 1966 and was last stationed at Ft. Bragg, N.C. He is a 1965 graduate of Kuemper High School. His wife, Diane, lives in Carroll. Deaths, Funerals TED I. NEWCOMER (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Ted I. Newcomer, 80, were held Nov. 14 at 10:30 a.m. at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. The Rev. C. 0. Stuckenbruck officiated. Pallbearers were Ralph McIntire, W. R. Elston, Frank Bristol, Vern Mathews, Ronald Anderson and John Jackson. Burial was in the Alta Cemetery at Alta. Mrs. Newcomer died Nov. 11 at Loring Hospital, Sac City. [Times Htrald, Carroll, la. ft Wednesday, Nov. 15, 1967 ' MRS. LAURA THEDE Mrs. Laura Frances Kath- Miss Anna Turpin, XJ.te Mrs. John Schultz, and son, Charter Oak ' Jeffrey Mahnke, Harlan ' August Neubaum, Denison ; Mrs. Lester Bohlander, -Denison Mrs. Byron Meeves, D o yt City ;'^".-' . Dismissals, Nov. 13— Scott King, Woodbine Burdell Friedrichsen, Denison Mrs. William Miller and baby, Denison Mrs. Fp^d Mohr and baby, Ute Births, Nov. 12— Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hanigan, Dow City, a son Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kruse, Dow City, a son Birth, Nov. 13— Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benjamin, Dunlap, a son MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL •••"•;. •.;• 1 . i (Times Herald Now* Service) Dismissal, Nov. 12— ;;> William Ten. Eyck, Dow City STfeWARt MEMORIAL HOS- rf ITAL7 Lake City «-* •-.(Times He'iali News' Service) Birth, Nbv. 13— . Mr. and-Mrs. Darrell Decker, Rockwell City, a daughter Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.46 Corn,-No. 2 yellow 1.04 Oats: : : : .L: .69 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company 1 r "'- 1 - I-ow 12:30 WHEAT Dec March May July CORN Dec.,Marc ; h May. July „..OATS:.. Dec. .<.._,... March ^.. May '.. July RYE Dec. Hieh 145 y s 151 154% 154% ^ 112:.,,..... 116% ,.-._ 12(T 122% '. 70% 70% 70% . 69 % 115 y s 119 =) 1223 March • May July 124 SOY BEANS Nov 264% Jan. ..... 1 ::....^ :.... 268% March ; 272% SOY BEAN MEAI, Dec ; ' . 72.50 Jan.' ,..;...... 72.85 March'•...;.-....- .73.55 143 % 149% 153 153V* 111% 116% 119% 122% 70% 70^4 70 69% 115% 119% 122% 123% 263% 267% 271% ',72.10 72.45 73.30 144 150 153% 153% 111% 116% 119% 122% 70% 69% 115% 119% 122% 123% 263% 267% 271% erine Thede, 76, of 1120 North Court Street, Carroll, died early Wednesday morning, Nov. 15, at ,St. Anthony Hospital, .She had been ill for about a year and hospitalized since Oct. 17. Her funeral will be '. held at 11 a.m. Saturday in St. Paul Lutheran Church, Carroll, with interment in the Carroll City Cemetery. The Rev. Harold W. Kieck will officiate. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home from noon Thursday until 9 a.m. Saturday, at which time the casket will be taken to-the church for viewing until the hour of services. Therf \yiir be a family prayer service at 'the church Saturday at 10:45 a.m.; ^ Mrs. Thede, dau : gKter of Henry and Wilhelmina B Q e 11 Sporleder, was born at Carroll March 11, 1891. She received her education in public Schools in Kansas, where she li from 1904 until 1915. The'fam- ily moved to Carroll in 1927 after farming in the Carroll and Lake City areas. She was a member of St. Paul Lutheran Church and the Lutheran Women's Guild. Surviving are eight children: Glenn, Des Moines; Vernon an! Lloyd, Carroll; Mrs. Arlene Lange, Hay field, Minn.; Wayne, Milwaukee, Wis.; Harold, Denison; Donald, Ankeny; and Mrs. Darlene Williams of Carlisle; also 22 grandchildren, a sister, Mrs. William Thede, Lake City; and four brothers, Carl Sporleder of Mallard; Albert Sporleder, Lake City; Ernest Sporleder, Auburn; and iWaldo Sporleder, Fonda. Twin children, Laverne and Lavonne, preceded her in death as infants on June 19, 1930. MRS. CAROLINE McENANY MANNING-The funeral mass tor Mrs, Caroline (Lena) Hansen McEnany, 67, of Long Beach was read there at St. Matthew's Catholic Church Nov. 4, with interment in All Souls Catholic Cemetery, also at Long Beach. She died there Nov. 2. A daughter of Adolph and Kathrina Hansen, she was born March 15,1900, in Warren Township, Carroll County. In 1902 the family moved to Templeton, and came to Manning in 1913. She lived here until moving to Long Beach in 1946. Her marriage to William McEnany took place in 1917. She was a member of Long Beach VFW Auxiliary. No. 279, and of various Catholic societies and groups of St. Matthew's parish in Long Beach. .Surviving are her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Patrick McEnany, 301 Baltimore, Huntington Beach, Calif., 92648; and a number of nieces three brothers and a sister. One brother and one sister preceded CHARLES D. KRUSE LIDDERDALE — Funeral services for Charles D. Kruse, 84, of Lidderdale were held at 11 a.m. Nov. 11 in the Immanuel Lutheran Church here, with interment in the church cemetery. The Rev. Martin J. Ludwig officiated. Pallbearers w e re Clarence Kruse, Warren Kruse, Erwin Kruse, Paul Kruse, Harold] Heck and Clarence Heck. Arrangements were in charge of the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Carroll. Mr. Kruse died unexpectedly at his home here Nov. 8. He was a retired farmer and lifelong resident of s ,this area. Those .from out-of-town attending the services included Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. August Beckman anil Mrs. Ida Heck r Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Kruse, Mr. •and Mrs. Elmer Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. MerlinV Heck, Glidden; Mr. and Mjrs. Harold K : r*u s e, Fort Collins, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs..Robert Simpson and fam- VITAMINS - HEALTH AIDS - COSMETICS ily, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Heck, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Louis. Grade and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kruse, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Al Greterman, Fargo, N. D.; Mrs. Frieda Kruse, Delphine Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kruse, Draper, S. IX; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Kruse, Victor Kruse, Sioux Falls, Hohne> Oscar Hohne, Mr. and MES. Edwin Fleer, New Haven, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Kruse, Auburn; Holland Kruse, Des Moines; Lovine Chapin, Los Angeles Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Hohne, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hohne, Coleridge, Neb.; -Alvin Hohnej Hartington, Neb.; Mr and Mrs. Ulysis Morrison Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Low ell Kruse, Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lawson, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kruse, Linda Kruse, the Rev. Richard Staats, Ames; and Lois Cruse, Council Bluffs. HARDWARE - AUTOMOTIVE - APPLIANCES 523 NORTH MAIN ST.-CARROLL, IOWA OPEN MONDAY THRU FRIDAY - 9:00 A. M. TO 8:00 P. M. SATURDAY - 9:00 A. M. TO 5:00 P. M. Sundcy-l:OC P. M. to 5:00 P.M. (Until Christmas) CLIP-A-COUPONSALE! 4 Days Only: Thursday-Friday-Saturday-Sunday COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ALL PURCHASES WHERE REQUIRED G-MART DISCOUNT FLOURIDE Tooth Paste Family Size — 6 3 /4 Oz. 32 HURRY! RED HOT! WHILE THEY LAST ' CLIP AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT 72.15 72.50 73.30 New j York Stocks -iYORK/XAP) — The stock 'market took another loss early this afternoon. Trading was active. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was down 2.83 at 849.57. The j closely watched average was exactly at the level of last Wednesday's close. A technical rally followed in the next couple of days. The market was mixed at the start but gradually eroded. Losses outnumbered gains by about 2 to 1. As the session continued, news came 'that William McChesney Martin, chairman of the Federal Reserve Board had again declared himself in favor of a tax increase, saying that the nation needed it "as quickly as it is possible to get it," The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was off .1 at 307.8 with industrials off 1.2, rails up .5 and utilities up .6. NEW ADDRESS Mr. and Mrs. Harry 0. Butler Jr. of Carroll have received the following new address for their son: AMN James A. Butler, AF 16981329; P. 0. Box 1611; Luke AFB, Ariz., 85301. He reported to his new base Nov. 8 after spending a 15-day furlough at home. and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband; a daughter, Jayne; a sister, Rose Miller; and two brothers, Fred and Henry. MRS. LEONARD KOCK BREDA — Funeral services for Mrs. Leonard William Kock, 53, of Breda were held at 2 p.m. Nov. 11 in the United Presbyterian Church at West side. The Rev. Frank Mease' officiated. Music was provided by Mrs. Harvey Freese, organist, and Mrs. B. E. Von Glan and Mrs. Kent Lanning who sang as duets "In the Garden" and "Rock of Ages". Pallbearers were Manuel Aschinger, Myron Dettbarn, Orville Nobiling, Marvin Brotherson, Raymond Kock and Vernon flickers. Interment was in the Westside Cemetery at Westside, under direction of the Huebner Funeral Home. ,.:.'-.. Mrs. Kock was the former Edna Rose Koenck, daughter of Charles and Emma Sachau Koenck. She was born Jan. 22, 1914, on a farm northwest of Denison and moved to a farm near Boyer when she was two years old. She attended rural school and Vail High .School.- Her marriage to Mr. Kock took place May 20, 1935, arid they have lived on a farm-eight miles north of Westside for 31 years. Surviving with her husband are three children, seven grandchildren, her mother, Chicago Livestock CHICAGO CAP) — Butcher hogs advanced 25 to 50 cents per hundredweight at the Chicago Stockyards Wednesday. Receipts of hogs totaled 4,500 head. Mixed 1-2 butchers weighing 190 to 225 pounds sold at 18.75 to 19.50 but around 200 head of 200 to 215 pound weights topped at 19.75 t* 20.00. Mixed l-3s scaling 220 to 240 pounds went at 17.75 to 18.75 and l-3s weighing 270 pounds brought 17.00 to 17.75. Mixed 1-3 sows scaling 320 to 400 pounds sold at 15.25 to 15.75. Slaughter steer -prices were steady to strong while slaughter heifers were steady to 25 cents lower. Cattle receipts totaled 7,000 head. Prime slaughter steers weighing 1,200 to 1,325 pounds sold at 27.25 to 28.00 and high choice and prime 1,100 to 1,425 pound weights went at 26.50 to 27.25 while choice 950 25.00 to 25.75. A load of prime slaughter heifers scaling 1,050 pounds sold at 26.00. But mixed high choice and prime 950 U 1,025 pound weights brought 25.25 to 25.50. Prices of wooled slaughter lambs.! were .steady and/sheep receipts totaled 2QO head. Choice and prime wooled, slaughter lambs scaling 90 to 115 pounds brought 23.00 to 24.00 while mixed good and choice 80 te 100 pound kinds sold at 21.00 to 23.00. CHICAGO. (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 4,500; butchers 25 to 50 higher; 1-2 190-225 Ib butchers 18.75-19.50; around 200 head 200215 Ibs 19.75-20.00; 1-3 220-240 Ibs 17.75-18.75, 2-3 270-290 Ibs 16.50-17.00; sows fully 25 higher; 1-3 320-400 Ib sows 15.2515,75; 2-3 450-500 Ibs 14.25-14.75. Cattle, 7,000; calves none; slaughter steers steady to strong; heifers steady to 25 lower; prime 1,200- 1,325 Ib slaughter steers yield grade 3 and 4 27.25-28.00. REEF MOUTHWASH 140z. — Reg. $1.09 Limit 2 With Coupon 66 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 K CLIP AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT JOHNSON'S Baby Powder Purest Protection OUR DISCOUNT PRICING POLICY YOU SAVE EVERY DAY-20%, 30%, up to 40% or morel We stock and sell all popular brands ... and we slash the prices to save you money galore. How do we do it? High volume and no fancy frills... no elaborate fixtures ... no extra salespeople. You help yourself to the lowest possible prices on ALL your vitamin, health and beauty needs PLUS many other items for your family, farm, home, car and yard. You'll' find thousands of items to choose from ... at amazingly low prices. And when we have a SALE like this one ... it's an event you just can't afford to miss. So clip the coupons now and find out for yourself why shopping at G-MART is like getting a raise «in payl G-MART DISCOUNT Bromo-Seltzer For Stomach Upset, Tension Nervous Headaches. 9 oz. sz. Reg, $1.98 Limit 2 ;With Coupon 99 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 CLIP AND SAVE M A R T D I S C O u N G-MART DISCOUNT SALTED CASHEWS Fishers — 1 Lb. Bag Reg. 79c 90z. Limit 2 With Coupon Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 48 G-MART DISCOUNT AYDS Reducing Plan Vitamins & Minerals Candy Reg. $3.29 Limit 2 With Coupon Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 Limit 2 With Coupon Coupon Good thru Syn., Nov. 19 CLIP: AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT viqcs VAPOfcUB Reg. 98c—1 3V* Oz. Limit 2 With Coupons Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 > K CLIP AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT PRELL SHAMPOO Concentrate—Reg. $1.00 Limit 2 With Coupon 68 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 1C CLIP AND SAVE ) M N C CUP AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT HALO HAIR SPRAY Aerosol —Reg. $1.19 C CLIP AND SAVE ft Limit 2 With Coupon 82 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. G-MART DISCOUNT EVERSHARP Razor Blades Dbl. Edge.-Chrome Steel Limit 2 With Coupon 66 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 James Brown ' ; Age 54—Carroll i j ''••'" i ' Arrangements Pending FUNERAL HOME Carrol I,.. Iowa Serving Carroll 27 Years G-MART DISCOUNT ZESTABS Chewables — Vitamins 130 Tablets— Reg. $3.49 Limit 2 With Coupon Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 K CUP AND SAVE M M C CUP AND SAVE G-MART DISCOUNT Bubble Bath HAPPY DOLLY 12Oz. — Reg. $1.00 C CLIP AND SAVE Limit 2 With Coupon 66 Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 M N M N G-MART DISCOUNT SHOTGUN SHELLS 12 Gauge Target & Field Ld. 4, 6 & 7i/2 Shot $ 1 Limit 6 Boxes Coupon Good Thru Sun., Nov. 19 M A R T i D i: S c o u N J Tough 12Vj-or. nap- out cotton canvas gloves with knit ( CUP AND SAVE C CLIP AND SAVE •I $1.39 Big Capacity BASKETS baikvtf or. laundry bwk«t ««i lak nowl BOOSTER CABLES Each I Help start stalled f*f\ I cars without push- UW I ing. Heavy dvty set. « • MART-YOURCHRISTMASSHOPPINGCENTER

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