Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 9, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 9, 1974
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The Weather The Weather in Carroll (Dally Tempuratui-cs Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 55 Yesterday's low 26 At7a.m. today 38 At 10 a.m. today 49 IOWA FORECAST Fair and not as cold tonight. Low 35 to 40 northeast, mid 40s west. Partly cloudy and warmer Wednesday. High 60s east, 70s west. Iowa Extended Forecast Thursday through Saturday: A cooling trend through the period with a chance of rain or thuhdershowers Thursday and Friday. Highs in 60s Thursday, cooling to upper 40s and mid 50s by Saturday. Lows in 40s Thursday, cooling to upper 20s and mid 30s by Saturday. KC to Draw Up Officers Slate Grand Knight Don Templemeyer of Carroll Ready when you are, New Kodak pocket Instamatic camera. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" Council 780, Knights of Columbus has appointed two committees to draw up separate slates of officers for the coming council elections. Merle Danner and Clair Otto will head one committee, and Cecil Menke and Roman Steffes on another. Any council member interested in running for an office should contact any of these men. The slates of candidates will be announced at the May meeting and nominations from the floor will be accepted. Elections will be held in June. Future events for the council include a Knights and Ladies Night on April 10, scholarship dance on April 19, and regular stag with past grand knights as guests on April 24. The annual party for nuns of the area will be held on May 3. The annual Sandbox Day is scheduled for May 19. BOARD TO MEET The Carroll County Board of Education will meet in regular session Monday, April 15, at 7:30 p.m. in the office of Superintendent Lyle 0. Tenold. EASTER CANDIES Assorted Chocolates .. .1 Ib. $2.35 Easter Greetings Box $1.75 Purple Foil Baskets $1.65 Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs $1.10 On the Highway, Downtown Carroll. The Unusual Place to Find the Unusual Timei Herald, Carroll, lo. Tuesday, April 9, 1974 • Busing Continued from Page 1 much more power to enforce it on me." But seriously, Stanley said, there is a question whether the legislation is constitutional. It could even pass muster under the federal Constitution and still be unconstitutional under the Iowa Constitution, he said. Rep. James West, R-State Center, said the bill is "clearly unconstitutional" and added that such legislation isn't good for parochial schools. "To you who are with nonpublic schools, there are always controls that go with this carrot of state money that is being held out to you," West said, adding that nonpublic schools run the risk of losing "their special character." But Rep. Tom Higgins, D-Davenport, said safety is the only "salient, important contribution" of the bill. "We are not promoting religion," Higgins said. "There is very little religion that goes on in a school bus whether you be Catholic, Protestant, Moslem or Hindu." A surprise supporter of the measure was Rep. Quentin Anderson, R-Beaconsfield, wno said he had opposed public support for private education in the past. He said he is now for it because "I can see the handwriting on the wall. Another round of school reorganization is coming and some of us might have to go to a private 'school to have a school anywhere near home.'' Audubon Trial Jurors Chosen AUDUBON—Clerk of Court Carl Christoffersen has released names of jurors drawn to serve during the second trial session this year. Judge R. Kent Martin will preside. Jurors include: Audubon — Glenn Aagaard, Harold Asm us, Edn* Borkowski, Glenn Bruun, Carole Chrlatenien, Lyle David, Wayne Dudgeon, Betty Guy, Bernice Hansen, Don Heller, Virgil Henricksen. Vera Jensen, Burdell B. Jonei, Anna Mae Keast, Cloy Kneeskem, Phyllis Kristensen, Richard B. Lauritsen, Ver» Lindhobn, Earl Lucas, Cindy Madsen, Emmert L. Madsen, Gertrude Madsen, Merlon D. Murray, Richard Nelson, Lester Oben, Herman Porsch, Kathleen Rasmussen, rUndill C. Remsburg, John S. Renftle, Douglas Rldgeway, Carrie Schmidt, Russell Shupe, Warren M. Snyder, Mardelle Stewart, and Robert D. Turner. Extra — Franklin J. Andersen, Janet L. Andersen, Marcia Biggs, V. E. Christensen, Dorothy Crampton, David Erickson, Connie R. Fags, Marjorie E. Hansen, Jerry L. Kelly, Barbara J. Larsen, Earl P. Lauridsen, Kristi McClain, Marlys Snyder, Joann Thompson, Marion Wahlert, and Marie Wiemann. Hamlin — Richard H. Carter, and Roland E. Lauridsen. Kimballton — Earl Hansen, Charles LaFoy and Doris Rasmussen. Gray—Twila Hoffman and Martha Yager. Manning—Leo Wenninger. WALK-A-THON PLANS Randy Vohs, regional manager of the American Lung Association of Iowa, is speaking in area schools on the association and walk-a-thon to be held in Carroll on May 4. Proceeds from the walk-a-thon will be used for lung research.' Sponsor sheets are being distributed in the schools this week. The volunteer walkers will obtain sponsors to pledge a certain amount for each mile completed in the 20-mile hike. Adults wanting to participate in the walk-a-thon should contact Jenni Severin, walk chairman, at 792-3879. Daily Record COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Daniel J. Nees, 20, and Donna M. Wiederien, 19, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Michael Ausman, Carroll, Yamaha; Donald or Louise Mikkelsen, Dedham, Ford; Bernard L. Janning, Carroll, Pontiac; Chrystal J. Bentley, Glidden, Honda; Debra A. Schroeder, Manning, Ford; Dennis or Sharon Anderson, Carroll, Honda; Floyd White, Jr., Carroll, Honda; Raymond or Velma Williams, Manning, Ford; Harold P. Hoffmann, Manning, Buick; William F. or Rose M. Schultes, Dedham, Chevrolet; Shannon K. or Thomas Gaffney, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- William C. Jr., and Beverly J. Arts et al to Matt Goetzinger and Roman Steffes, Lot 1, Arts' First Addition to Carroll. Matt and Agnes Goetzinger and Roman and Arlene Steffes to Roman and Arlene Steffes, Lot 1, Arts' Addition to Carroll. J. Bruce and Alice H. Annear to Wanda N. and Marvin L. Penfold, Lot 2, Oakshire Acres, Second Addition to Subdiv. of Part of EV4SWWNW.V4, Sec. 27, Twp. 82 N., Range 33 W. Kermit A. and Edna M. Kasperson to Jeanne M. Feldman, Part of NE 1 /4NW 1 /4, Sec. 29, Twp. 84 N., Range 34 W. Paul and Marjorie E. Fite to James L. and Alma L. Hendrix, Part of NE 1 /4NW 1 / 4 , Sec. 29, Twp. 84. N., Range 34 W. Marshall and Margery Otto to James L. and Alma L. Hendrix, Part of NEy4NWy4, Sec. 29, Twp. 84 N., Range 34 W. Chicago and North Western Railway Company to Schleisman Ready-Mix Company, Part of SE 1 /4NE 1 A and SWV4NEV4, Sec. 23, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. Marvin and Viola Pfannkuch to Viola Pfannkuch, one-half interest in EV2SEV4, Sec. 32, Twp. 82 N., Range 36 W. Sheriff's Office One-Car Accident— Cynthia J. Grear, 32, Carroll, was dismissed from St. Anthony Regional Hospital here Tuesday morning after being admitted Monday with injuries suffered in a one-car accident five miles north of Coon Rapids at the intersection of blacktop N44 and a county gravel road, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. Bass said the Great vehicle went out of control, into a ditch and overturned. She was charged with failure to have control of her vehicle. Break-in— Two radios and an electric calculator were stolen from the Oscar Meyer hog buying station in Manning early Tuesday morning, Deputy Sheriff Doug Bass reported. Bass said entry was gained by breaking the glass in the front door and then opening the door. The break-in is being investigated by the sheriff's office and the Manning police. Police Department Two-Car Accidents— A car driven by Estelle Hickey, Vail, struck a car driven by Norbert J. Liewer, Carroll, while backing from a parking stall on Main Street near Sixth Street Monday, police reported. IT'S NO SECRET owes FOR EASTER ANDERSON SHOES Cars driven by Lois A. Starman and Rhonda R. Warnke, both of Carroll, collided at the intersection of Maple and Third Streets Monday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Starman vehicle was northbound on Maple Street, and the Warnke vehicle was eastbound on Third Street, police said. Mrs. Warnke was charged with failure to yield. Cars driven by Albert A. Murray, Audubon, and Terry A. Christman, Carroll, were in collision Monday on Grant Road near the Chicago and North Western Railway tracks, police reported. The accident occurred as the northbound Christman vehicle was stopped at the tracks, and the Murray vehicle was southbound, police said. Murray was charged with driving left of center. Cars driven by Michael L. Berger, Westside, and Keven L. Wenck, Carroll, collided Monday at the intersection of North East and Seventh Streets, police reported. The accident occurred as the Berger vehicle was westbound on Seventh Street, and the Wenck vehicle was northbound on North East Street, police said. No injuries were reported in any of the accidents. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 7— John J. Bruns, Glidden Jeff A. Harvey, Carroll Samuel L. Nelson, Glidden Thomas K. McConnell, Coon Rapids Susan A. Danner, Carroll Niels Jensen, Sr., Glidden Admissions April 8— Mrs. John F. Peter, Lanesboro Jerald J. Russell, Scranton Mrs. Jessie I. Theulen, Dedham Chad Humlicek, Carroll Births— AUDUBON -Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. Thomas Bukowski of Ponce, Puerto Rico, a daughter born March 28. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Jake Miller and the great-grandfather is Louis Miller, all of Audubon. The infant's mother is the former Barbara Miller. Mr. and Mrs. James Grabill, Audubon, a daughter March 31 at Audubon County Memorial hospital. The grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sklenar and the Keith Grabills, all of Audubon. Great-grandparents include the Garland Grabills and the Art Christensens, all of Audubon, and Fred Droescher of Norman, Okla. Great-great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Scott Holoway of Kirkman and Mrs. Anna Blohm of Audubon. A son was born March 27 at the Cass County Memorial hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Dan Brownsberger of Oakland. Grandparents are Mrs. Allison Deist of Audubon and the Ed Brownsbergers of Anita. Mrs. Amelia Deist of Audubon, is a great-grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. Jetf Hansen or Charleston, S.C., became the parents of a son March 31. The Alvin Hansens and Marion Olsens, all of Audubon, are grandparents, and Mrs. and Mrs. George Weighton of Audubon are among the great-grandparents. RALSTON, Neb. - Mr. and Mrs. William Winnike of Ralston a daughter, Jennifer Sue, April 6. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Winnike of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. John Keating of Omaha. Deaths, Funerals Candidate Leonard J. Koessel (above) of Lake View announced Tuesday he is a Republican candidate for nomination for state representative from the 47th district. Koessel will seek the seat now held by R. G. (Hap) Miller (D-Rockwell City). Koessel formerly operated a food market at Lake View and has been active in community affairs. He has a background in business and agriculture. ADOPTIONS Mr. and Mrs. Gary Reicks, Lake City, announce the adoption of a 4-year-old son, Joseph Lee. The couple took him into their home on April 4. The boy is a native of Seoul, Korea. Mrs. Reicks is the former LuAnn Lammers. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reicks and Albert Lammers, Carroll. GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.80: Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.28 Oats... 1.30 Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) — Hopes for an easing off in the recent surge of interpst. rati* soarked a mild rally in the stock market today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 6.18 at 846.14, and gainers outstripped losers by close to 3-to-2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was still light. The market had fallen broadly Monday as New York's Bankers Trust Co. raised its prime lending rate to 10 per cent, matching the previous record. However, said Jack Trachtman at Steiner, Rouse & Co., "I think this will probably be the last increase in the prime rate, and the market seems to be a little relieved." Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Farm commodity futures were mostly higher on the Chicago Board of Trade today under a good, mixed demand. The weakness that had gripped the soybean complex the previous session vanished. The strongest buying move resulted in a gain of 14 cents in soybeans, $2 a ton in meal and about 50 points, or % cent a pound, in oil. Ladies Golf Meeting Held The Ladies Golf Association held their spring meeting at the Carroll Country Club to discuss rules and scheduling for this year's play. Ladies who didn't have a handicap last year must establish one by May 10 and turn that into the pro shop. Play will start May 15 with the ladies going every Wednesday at 4.30 p.m. Ladies also are asked to pick up schedules and rules at the pro shop. We sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter JOHN H. GLOE GLIDDEN — John Herman Gloe, 76, of Route 3, Glidden, died unexpectedly about-7:40 p.m. Monday, April 8, at the Ernest Kruger home, where he had resided for the past several years. Exiran Faces Driving Charge AUDUBON - Gail Henry Schwenneker, 27, of rural Exira, was arrested Friday night by Deputy Sheriff Duane Avey and charged with driving while under the influence of alcohol. He was held in jail until he appeared Saturday in magistrate court and was released on $500 bond. He will make a court appearance next Thursday. Schwenneker was stopped in Exira after a report had been received that a pickup truck had gone through a stop sign and struck another vehicle at an intersection near Griswold Friday evening. Avey stopped Schwenneker when he noticed that the left headlight of the Exira's man's pickup had been smashed. Schwenneker said he works at the beef plant in Oakland, but denied being involved in the hit-and-run accident. However, highway patrol officers asked that the pickup be impounded. Officers here said the other vehicle in the accident near Griswold was from Des Moines. Harold Jorgensen, 45, of Audubon, was arrested Saturday night by city police and charged with public intoxication. He was jailed overnight and released Sunday in magistrate court. He will appear in court Thursday. Carroll Band First in Festival The Carroll Community High School stage band placed first in class B for the third consecutive year at the Midlands Jazz Festival at Midland Lutheran College, Fremont, Neb., on April 5-6. No other band has won first in any class for more than one year. Class B is for high schools having 201-500 students. The school's swing choir also participated "in the contest. The approximately 40 students attending were accompanied by John Erickson, band director, Roger Hansen, vocal director, Mrs. Hansen and Lanette, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Edwards. The. group returned Sunday evening, after attending a concert featuring Dave Brubeck, jazz pianist, his sons and the Omaha Symphony. Parents Night Tonight at CHS The junior and senior parent council will hold a Parents Night at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday in the Carroll Community High School auditorium to better acquaint parents with the purposes and organization of the council and to discuss the high school curriculum. The curriculum has undergone many innovations in the past. Some changes have been made this year. All members of the council and faculty will be positioned in the auditorium to answer questions. Refreshments will be served afterwards in the lunchroom. APPROVE PERMIT The Carroll County Board of Supervisors Monday approved a cigarette permit for Earl Thede for the Swan Lake Concession stand. The board also approved the monthly report of the public health nurse Doris Waficup. : ENDS WEDNESDAY tmt7-.lS-9.15 ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATED JACK NICHOLSON A funny ft Twining Hint THE m DETAIL STARTS THURSDAY Cant, from 7:15 WALT DISNEY f « oa ^ 0 ^ Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at Peace Lutheran Church here, with burial in Westlawn Cemetery. The Rev. Paul Bussert will officiate. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Glidden from 10 a.m Wednesday until 1 p.m. Thursday, at which time the casket will be moved to the church for viewing until the hour of rites. Prayer services will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the funeral home and at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the church. Mr. Gloe was a farm laborer and a resident of this area for 46 years, coming here June 1, 1928, from Germany, where he was born March 24, 1898. He was a member of Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. His surviving relatives live in Germany. Business Briefs The Montgomery Ward Auto Service Center in Carroll has expanded its service department with the addition of mechanic Mel Schaefer, formerly employed at Kanne Mobil Service. -O- Bill Comito was reelected president, secretary and treasurer, and Harvey Fleshner was elected vice-president at the annual stockholders meeting of Bill Comito Realty Co. Fleshner has been associated with the firm for the past year as a salesman and was recently licensed as a broker. He is married to the former Jean Parks of Carroll, and they are the parents of four children, Mrs. Ray (Patricia) Beck of Carroll, Mrs. Dan (Gayle) Dean of Creston, Mrs. Allan (Cynthia). Hessee of Sioux City, and Jerry, a junior at Carroll High School. Fleshner is a member of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce, the American Legion and the Carroll Country Club. The Fleshners are members of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. -0- Fred Fitzsimmons of Vail, district representative for Central Life Assurance Co. of Des Moines, has qualified for the company's Leaders Club for the eleventh consecutive year. The 1974 Leader's Club Convention was held at the Broadwater Beach Hotel in Biloxi, Mississippi, at which time Fitzsimmons also received recognition for being an eight year qualifier for the National Quality Award, presented by the National Associatio'n of Life Underwriters. -O- Among those attending the convention of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association of Iowa in Des Moines Sunday at Hotel Fort Des Moines were Mrs. Edwin Tigges, Mrs. Leone Culbertson and Mrs. Florence Schrad. Rippey Boy, 5, Killed by Truck RIPPEY, Iowa (AP)-Jim Machande, 5, Rippey, was killed late Monday afternoon when he apparently fell off his bicycle and rolled under the • wheels of a moving garbarge truck. The Iowa Highway Patrol identified the driver as Harvey Graybill, 34, Minburn No charges were filed. IN MEMORY OF John H. Gloe Ag. 76 - RR Glidden Friends may call attheDahnft Woodhouse Funeral Horn*, Glidden after 10a.m. Wednesday Funeral Services 2 p.m. Thursday al Peace'Lutheran Church, Glidden Officiating: Paster Paul tussert Prayer service at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Dahn « Woedheuse Funeral Heme, Glidden Casket will be moved te church at 1 p.m. Thursday Interment; Westlawn Cemetery, DAHN t WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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