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Deaths, Funerals TONY BOES BREDA — Funeral services were held here Wednesday for Tony Boes, 62, of Breda who died Nov. 12 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll after a short illness. His son, the Rev. Marvin Boes of Sioux City, was main celebrant of the 11 a.m. concelebrated requiem high mass in St. Bernard Church. The other celebrants were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Zeno Reising of Bancroft; the Revs. Norbert Boes, Salix, LeRoy Frank, Sac City; John Hausmann, Breda; and Clair Boes, Sioux City. The Rev. John C. Doherty, Breda, delivered the sermon and the Rev. Donald C. Ries, Breda, was in the sanctuary. Fr. Boes also conducted commital services for his father at the parish cemetery. Serving as honorary pallbearers were Leo A. Heisterkamp, Duane Boeckman, W i 11 a r d Stark, Louis Stork, Leo Nieland and William Poen, all members of the Catholic Order of Forest- Time* Htrald, Carroll, U. Thursday, Nov. 16, 1967 5 ers. Active pallbearers were James Blessington, Herman Nieland, Kenneth Pick, Paul Nieland, Leon Boes and Laverdos Reis. Arrangements were in charge of the Sharp Funeral Home of Breda. A large number of priests attended the rites in a body. Included were the Rt. Rev. Msgrs. W. B. Bauer of Sioux City and Henry B. K a r h o f f, Carroll; the Very Revs. Leo Lenz, Carroll, and Anton H. Ocken, Mapleton; the Revs. R. W. Reinhart, Rock Valley; P. M. Sturm and James C. McAlpin, Carroll; E. D. Hoffmann, Danbury; L. C. Schumacher, Bode; Edward F. Fandel, Auburn; James Shanahan, Wall Lake; Richard V. Sweeney, Storm Lake; Richard E. Zenk, John D. Nockels and Lawrence McCarty, Sioux City; Thomas E. Geelan and Robert E. Dougherty, Cherokee; Richard R. Remmes, Storm Lake; Jerome P. Coyle, Maryhill; Dale R e i f f, Denison; A. E. McCoy, Grand Junction; Henry Meyer, Dedham; C. A. Knobbe, Fort Dodge; Dale F. Koster, Mt Carmel; C. A. Ahmann, Arcadia; Richard J. Macke, Roselle; Harold V. Cooper, Coon Rapids; and James Bruch, Algona. JAMES BROWN Funeral services for James Brown, 54, of 807 North Court Street, Carroll, will be held at 10 a.m. Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home. The Rev. D. Merle Hill, minister of the First Methodist Church, will officiate. Interment will be in the Carroll City Cemetery with graveside rites by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 p.m. Thursday until the hour of services. Mr. Brown, a resident of Carroll since 1962, died at his home Nov. 14. Chicago Livestock 13-in. Snow, D a jly Record IHICAGO (AP) — Butcher Iv BO lower: rather slow: 1-2 TVaffir* Towv^o J AUCTION SATURDAY, NOV. 18 Sale Starts at 12:00 LIVESTOCK SELLS AT 1:00 CHICAGO (AP) - Butcher bags wort 25 to mostly 50 cents lower at tho Chicago Stockyards Thursday. Rocoipts totaled 7,000 hogs. Cattlo rocoipts totaled 500 head but there wore not enough slaughter steers or heifers on hand for an adequate test of the market. Wooled slaughter lamb prices were steady and sheep receipts totaled 200 head. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 7,000; butchers 25 to most- ly 50 lower; rather slow; 1-2 190-230 Ib butchers 18.00-19.00, around 400 head 200-215 Ibs 19.25-19.75; 1-3 220-240 Ibs 17.5018.25; 2-3 260-290 Ibs 16.25-17.00; sows 25 lower; 1-3 330-400 Ib sows 15.00-15.50; 2-3 400-450 Ibs 14.50-15.00. Cattle 500; calves none; not enough slaughter steers or heifers for adequate price test. Sheep 200; wooled slaughter lambs and ewes steady; choice and prime 90-115 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 23.00 - 24.00; good and choice 21.00-23.00. Traffic Jams in Northeast BOSTON (AP) - Sunny but frigid weather today helped Boston clear highways of cars GENE G. SIEVERTSEN MANILLA - Funeral rites CATTLE Cattle were in stronger and last week's market was higher. We have 200 to 250 good Westerns for Saturday. Angus and Hereford* from 350 to 550 steers and heifers. Good local cattle. 19 Head: 11 Shorthorn steers. Wt. 400 to 425 Ibs. I Shorthorn heifers. Wt. 400 to 425 Ibs. 10 Hereford heifers. Wt. 400 Ibs. 12 Hereford .and Shorthorn heifers. Wt. 350 to 375 Ibs. 15 Angus heifers. Wt. 400 to 450 Ibs. More By Sale Time. HOGS Hogs sold good, 70 Ib. pigs brought 118.00 per head. Smaller pigs, $10.00 to $12.50 per head. 4 sows brought $100.00 per head. 39 good pigs. Wt. 40 to 40 Ibs. 24 smaller pigs. 3 sows to farrow soon. 1 Duroc boar. SHEEP 16 good ewes. 6 fat lambs. MISCELLANEOUS Some furniture. Several small items. Note: Next Dairy Sale, December 14, 1967. Farmers Sale Co. Incorporated C. W. Bedford, Manager, Phone 9876 Barn—Phone 2572 for Gene Gordon Sievertsen, 23, of Defiance, formerly of Manilla, will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. Peter's Catholic Church at Defiance, with burial there in the parish cemetery. Arrangements are in charge of the Ohde Funeral Home, Manilla, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday. Mr. Sievertsen was killed in a one-car accident south of Denison Tuesday night, Nov. 14, which also claimed the life of Francis E. Meseck, 22, of Schleswig. A son of Gordon and Cecil Walters Sievertsen, he was born at Manilla May 18, 1944. He graduated from Ar-We-Va High School in 1962. On Dec. 28, 1964, he was married to Marine Von Tersch at Defiance and they lived at Denison, where he was employed by Farmbest. His wife died in an auto accident on Dec. 9, 1965, and since then Mr. Sievertsen had lived with his parents near Defiance. Surviving besides his parents are a brother, Larry, of Sac City; his grandfather, Robert Saunders of Manilla; and his father-in-law, Frank Von Tersch, Defiance. In addition to his wife, he was preceded ki death by his paternal grandparents and maternal grandmother. He was engaged to be married to Donna Terrill of Salesmanship Talk Given at Club Meeting "A salesman is an explainer," Gerald E. Tiffany of Ft. Dodge, a consultant in sales management and marketing, told members of the Carroll Kiwanis Club Wednesday night at the Pin Oaks. Mr. Tiffany is owner of the Tiffany Co. and Iowa Farm Market, Inc., a food distribution firm. Speaking on "Taking a New Look," he used various types and sizes of eyeglasses to emphasize his points. He urged each person to take a new look at himself both in his business abandoned snowstorm during the Wednesday heavy which Salesmanship . . . was the theme of a talk given by Gerald E. Tiffany of Ft. Dodge, consultant in sales management and marketing, at the Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday night at the Pin Oaks. Harold Van Der Weide associations and in his personal (right) was program chairman. life. caused a massive traffic jam in the area. Metropolitan Boston got only 4 inches of snow but the storm was completely unexpected and motorists were caught without snow tires or chains. Skidding accidents were common and many drivers gave up and left their cars on the highways. The supper hour tie-up caused thousands to be many hours late getting home—some past midnight. Elsewhere in parts of New England, especially Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire and western Massachusettes, up to 13 inches of snow piled up on main highways. Six fatalities were attributed to the storm. This morning most commuters to Boston left their cars home and jammed public transportation. They took to the public vehicles in response to a that Harlan. WATERS Starts Tomorrow OF FALL FASHIONS LADIES FASHION COATS "Most of us are not selling any product — we are selling ourselves, and to do this effectively, we must practice the basic fundamentals of human relations," he pointed out. Four "magic words" are "May I help you," he stated, indicating that taking an interest in others is absolutely necessary in salesmanship, and that the best salesman is also the best listener. He commented that employers should- be sure their employees know and understand the company's goals, because to achieve the goals, the employer must have the support of all employees. Phil Dennis presentedto President-elect James Prentice a framed display board concerning the dedication of the Little Red School House in Graham Park. The display will be placed in the school house. Guests included an interclub group from Storm Lake — Don Barels, Herb King, Dr. Erps, Phil Thornton and Andy Carstensen; Dale Reiff end Phil Wittrock of Kuemper Key Club; Dale Barton of Glidden Club; Rod Kreykes of the S h e 1 d o n Club, and Jim Knupp, former lieutenant governor and member of the Ft. Dodge Club. Pilot of X15 Plunges 50 Miles to Death EDWARD AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (AP) — "I'm in a spin.. ..I'm in a spin." Those words from the calm- voiced pilot of an X15 rocket plane that plunged into the desert from an altitude of more than 50 miles Wednesday left investigators with a mystery. Air Force Maj. Michael J. Adams went down to his death with the plane. Adams reported control troubles, but officials say that alone wasn't enough to cause the crash. A National Aeronautics and Space Administration spokesman said Adams may have delayed pulling his ejection mechanism in a last-ditch effort to gain control. That delay may have cost him his life. state police statement many highways leading into Boston were chocked with abandoned cars. The storm struck Greater Boston with a backlash after the weather bureau had said the storm center, which had left deep snow in other sections, was moving off the New England coast. The Weather Bureau ex* plained that a cold front swept in behind the major Storm but warm moist air remained stationary long enough to cause condensation. That brought the sudden, violent storm into the Boston area within an hour after skies had partly cleared. Robert Jones, a Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority bus driver, said students from area colleges, including Harvard, Radcliffe, MIT and Boston University, were pushing cars, directing traffic and bringing coffee, sandwiches and cookies to stranded motorists. Court House New Vehicles Registered- Floyd R. Mahan, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Frank M. or Florence R. Nagl, D e d h a m, Oldsmobile; Commercial Savings Bank, Carroll, Chevrolet; Roy's Carpenter Shop, Glidden, Chevrolet pick-up; and Herbert M. Hass, Carroll, Chevrolet. Police Court (F. M. Kombouifh) Traffic Pines- Dean A. Baker, Ames, right of way, $10; Melvin J. Hoffmann, Carroll, careless driving, $10; Mike W. Butler, Carroll, stop sign $10 and excessive muffler noise $10; Fay K. Hess, Carroll, right of way, $5; Michael Toms, Glidden, tampering with motor vehicle, $25; David J. Soyer, Carroll, careless driving, $15; Louis M. Bueltel, D e d h a m, improper turn, $10; Marietta L. Knight, Carroll, traffic signal, $10; Cheryl L. Boger, Lake View, limited parking, $5; Darlene Starman, Carroll, limited parking, $5; James A. Bayliss, Carroll, careless driving, $15; Paul J. Perrien, Carroll, traffic signal, $10; Eugene F. Huegerich, Carroll, no operator's license, $25; and Robert D. Twedt, Woden, careless driving, $10. Dog Ordinance by, Dow City Birth, Nov. 14— Mr. and Mrs. Robert Byers, Schleswig, a son Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.46 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.04 Oats 69 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Famished by The Humphrey Grain Company High Low 12:30 WHKAT Dec March .. Mav July C'OIIX Dec Mnrc.h .... Mny July OATS Dpc March ... Mav 145 U 151 % 154 -U 154-;, ri'jnj, ~. 120'" 122'!i 144% 150% 153% 154 Vi 112 „ RYK Dec March May July SOY BKANS Nov. ... Jan. March 70', 70% 69 '. a 116 120 VJ3 264 'i 267% 272 119% 122 Vi 70 "i 70 1.4 70 'i 69% SOY BEAN MEAL Dec. Jan. March 72.30 72.70 73.45 119 ',2 124 i/g 263-li 267% 271% 71.95 72.40 73.15 145'i 151 U 154'/i 154% 112% 116 : 'i 119% 122% 71 70^4 70% 69% 116 120 123 124U 264 'i 267% 272 72.-30 72T70 73.45 Leonard Johnson, Carroll, dog at large, $5. Police Dept. 2 Cars Collide— Cars driven by Florence J. Boos, 17, and Paul J. Greteman, 39, both of Carroll, were in collision at the intersection of Adams and 12th Street at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. The front of the Greteman car, eastbound on 12th Street, and the left side of the Boos car, northbound on Adams Street, were damaged. No injuries were reported. Hospitals ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL. Admission! Lisa Tigges, Carroll Mary Lynne Manford, Manili Mrs. Rose Muhlenbruch, Coon Rapids la New York Stocks . NEW YORK (AP) — The stock market resumed a technical rally today with some of the best gains trimmed in early afternoon. Trading was active. The Associated Press average of 60 stocks at noon was up 1.3 at 310.3 with industrials up 2.3, rails up .5 and utilities up .3. The market rose at the start in a resumption of the recovery drive of late Wednesday which erased early losses and brought about a gain. Market analysts said the advance was technical, like many others recently, and not based on any big change in the news. A better-acting bond market, firmness in the British pound and strength in the London stock market, however, were encouraging background factors. The Dow Jones industrial average at noon was up 3.06 at 858.24. Gains outnumbered losses by about 3 to 1. Prices were generally higher in active trading on the American Stock Exchange. 'FITP TO BE FORTIFIED CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) Boston once almost lost out to Cambridge as capital of Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Bay Company in 1632 wanted a "fitt place for a fortified towne" to protect it from King Charles' ships. The present site of Cambridge was chosen on the Charles. But the General Court (Legislature) only convened there once and the idea was gradually abandoned after General Court members refused to settle. FUR TRIMS Values to $175.00 UNTRIMMED Values to $90.00 Sale $90 Children's COATS Size 3 to 6x - SALE 998 Sale *39 Sizes 7 to 14- Sale $12.98 ONE TABLE OF SPORTSWEAR SKI RTSw. $4.98 Values to $8.98 SWEATERS s .,. $3.98 DRESSES (RGrK Originals) One Group Values to $40.00 Adams may have tried to eject from the craft and been unable to, but the spokesman said there is no indication this happened. "There was apparently some kind of control malfunction as the pilot attempted to pull out of his descent," a NASA spokesman said. "Pull it up ... get some G on it, Mike," ground controllers told Adams seconds before he crashed. "Mike, do you read? Pull it up!" A/"™/ * /Vore/co 9 TUP-TOP' SPEEDSHAVEr 25 Manning AAL Group Elects All officers of Manning No. 629 Aid Association for Lutherans (AAL) were re-elected Wednesday night during an evening meeting. Officers are Edward H. Knaack, president; Merle L. Stoelk, vice president, and Maroella Knaack, secretary-treasurer. Members voted on national board members and heard a talk by A. A. (Oje) Henning of Carroll on the association's benefits to members. Lunch was served. The next AAL meeting will be Sunday, Nov. 26, at Lidderdale. "It was absolutely amazing to me," he said, "especially where they knock kids so much. These kids weren't pro or con anything. They weren't handing out literature." He said the students apparently "were digging into their own pockets to buy the food and coffee which they handed out." A Boston City Hospital doctor and a nurse ran through the blinding snow to deliver a baby girl in a car trapped in traffic two blocks away. Sabeno Rivera was driving his wife, Carmela, 23, to the, hospital when they were caught in the snarled traffic. A policeman reported their plight to the hospital and Dr. Beach Conger, nurse Rosemary O'Brien and three helpers with medical supplies and a stretcher ran to the car where the baby was delivered. Both mother and baby later were reported in good condition. The abandoned cars blocked city and state sand trucks and hampered efforts of police to untangle the traffic. Mrs. Clara Newell, Audubon Mrs. Charles Cretsinger, Coon Rapids Margaret Nelson, Exira Dugald Currie, Carroll Dawn M. Pietig, Carroll Dismissals— Jody Wenzel, Coon Rapids Mrs. Leonard Sturm, Carroll Pamela Henak, Coon Rapids Mrs. Cecil Garden, Glidden James Malloy, Vail Mrs. Walter Gross, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. James Hoesing, Manning, a daughter, Tuesday CRAWFORD COUNTY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL, Denison Admissions, Nov. 14— Donald Charles Bpuck, Sioux City Mrs. Robert Byers, Schleswig Mrs. Larry Halbur, Denison Mrs. Dennis Schraeder, Denison John Zitzlsperger, Denison John C. Jensen, Denison Dismissals, Nov. 14— Mrs. Clarence Lappe and baby, Vail Herbert Rule, Denison Kathy Irlbeck, Va# Mrs. Charles Earnhardt and baby, Odebolt Mrs. Gerald Hanifcan and ba- Superbly Personal! ht-r very own C77MMM Any three initials, individually-crafted in precious metals by expert artisans. A thoughtful gift she'll treasure forever. Gift-boxed. ALLOW 2 WEEKS FOR DELIVERY In Sterling Silver *14 M In 14K Yellow Gold '37 s * L.OEHR & SHRIVER JEWELERS 107 W. 5th Carroll Sale 1998 ONE TABLE LADIES PAJAMAS GOWNS Values to $7.98 Sale Reg. $8.00 $4.98 The NEW WATERS FASHION DEPT. STORE NORTH AMERICAN PHILIPS COMPANY, INC. 100 East 42nd Street New York, N.Y. 10017 James D. Brown Carroll—Age 54 Friends may ealt at the Sharp Funeral Home starting at 7:00 p. m. Thursday. Funeral Services: 10:00 a. m. Saturday at the Sharp Funeral Home. Officiating: Rev. D. Merle Hill. Military Service: Ay Maurice Dunn American Legion Post No. 7. Interment: Carroll City Cemetery. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 27 Years WHAT AN OFFER! 25 Buy These \C6 GRIP STUDS 2<«25 PLUS 37e to S7e per tire Fed. Excise Tax, sties tax, and 2 trade. ANY SIZE LISTED '"" r " of *"• size off your car. 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