Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 10, 1974 · Page 1
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Daily Record COURTHOUSE License to Wed— Frank J. Greving, 25, Patricia A. Rath, 26, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Marie I. Jensen, Manning, Dodge; Gerald E. Hachmeister, Coon Rapids, Honda; Herman Leasing Company, Carroll, Ford; Missouri Valley Machinery Company, Carroll, Ford; James L. Grettenberg, Carroll, Suzuki; Leroy H. Comes, Carroll. Chevrolet; Charles A. Fangman, Carroll, Chevrolet; Carroll Veterinary Clinic, Carroll, Chevrolet. Drivers License— The drivers license examining office in Carroll will close at noon Friday, April 12, in observance of Good Friday examiner Joe Neil said Wednesday. The office will be open from 8 a.m. till noon Friday and Saturday. Real Estate Transfers— Gaylon H. and Darlene M. Reetz to Robert J. and Alice M. Simons, Lots 4 and 5, Block 3, Original Plat of Arcadia. Bier I Development Corp. to Bierl Construction Company, Lots 1 and 22, Block 11, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. 'George W. and Verna Mae B. Thomas to Edwin J. and Rayneldis A. Goetzinger, Lot 13, Block 1, Thomas Addition to Carroll. Etonita Hagedorn to Donald and Marion Ries, Lot 8, Block 6, Manning. Victor J. and Dorothy Feldman to Jeanne M. Feldman, Pai u of NE%NW%, Sec. 29, Twp. fet N., Range 34 W. Jeanne F Idman to Marshall and IV. irgery Otto, Part of NE%NWV4, Sec. 29, Twp. 84 N., Range 34 W. Elwin L. and Betty Emery et al to Wendel M. Emery, SE 1 / 4 NW 1 /4, Sec. 10, Twp. 82 N., Range 33 W. Police Department One-Car Accident— A car driven by Emily G. Schenkelberg, Carroll, jumped the curb and struck the west wall of the American Legion building here Tuesday while attempting to park on Court Street, police reported. Police said the accident occurred when the gas peddle of the Schenkelberg vehicle stuck. No injuries were reported. Two-Car Accident- Cars driven by Floyd E. Dickey and Barton G. Stanfield, both of Lake City, collided at the intersection of U.S. 30 and North East Street Tuesday, police reported. The accident occurred as the Dickey vehicle was eastbound on the highway, and the Stanfield vehicle was southbound on North East Street, police said. Stanfield was charged with leaving the scene of an accident and failure to stop or yield. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions April 8— Joel Pawletzki, Carroll Mrs. Clarence Heuton, Carroll Ricky Allen, Churdan Mrs. Lydia Jensen, Audubon Mrs. Helen Lengeling, Carroll Admissions April 9 — Mrs. Duane Schroeder, Arcadia Births Mr. and Mrs. David Ohde, Minneapolis, Minn., a son, Tuesday. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ohde, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Schirley Nelson, Cedar Rapids. WESTSIDE -Mr. and Mrs. Keith Kaspersen, Westside, a daughter, Tara Lynn, April 4 at Crawford County Memorial Hospital, Denison. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Malloy of Davenport and Mrs. Arlene Kaspersen of Westside. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis White, Omaha, a son, Mathew Joeh, April 2. Mrs. Jean White of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Luetje of Westside are the grandparents and Mr. and Mrs. Jergen Lutje of Westside, great-grandparents. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market showed a small gain today in trading interrupted for 26 minutes by an equipment failure at the New York Stock Exchange. Trouble in data-processing equipment which feeds information to the ticker tapes caused a halt in trading from 11:09 to 11:35 a.m., the Big Board said. The market had been advancing gradually before the halt and picked up at pretty much the same pace when activity resumed. The Time* Herald, Carroll, la. — Wednesday, April 10, 1974 L exchange said no trading information was lost in the equipment failure. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 4.46 at 851.30, and advancing issues outpaced declines by about 5-to-3 on the New York Stock Exchange. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was up .04 at 94.74. The Amex said it had halted trading for the 26-minute period in issues related to Big Board-listed securities, but the smaller exchange appeared otherwise unaffected. The Big Board said the halt was the first of its kind since the present data-processing system was installed last year. A 24-minute interruption occurred Feb. 25, 1972, when another system was in use. The NYSE's noon composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.49, up. 18. Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — An improved demand for soybean meal and oil abroad influenced buying and higher prices of commodity futures in the soybean complex on the Chicago Board of Trade today. Soybean futures rose more than 10 cents a bushel whole meal was up more than $3 a ton and oil prices rose 70 points. Oats and corn prices were around 2 to nearly 4 cents higher but wheat futures were irregular. The foeign demand for meal and oil produced higher prices at the cash level, trade sources said. This, in turn, spark.ed a buying move in futures. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.86 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.34 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (API-Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 6,500; barrows and gilts 25-5p lower, intances 75 lower; 1-3190-240 Ibs. 32.0fr32.50; 240-250 Ibs 31.00-32.00; sows steady to 50 tower; 38X50 Ibs 27.25-27.75. Cattle and calves: 3,500; steers 50-75 higher, instances 1.00 higher; heifers strong to 50 higher; mostly 25-50 higher; cows 50-1.00 tower; choice and prime 1,125-1,260 Ibs steers 41.50-42.50; choice 975-1,275 Ibs 41.00-42.25; high choice and prime 950-1,078 Ibs heifers 42.00-42.25; choice 900-1,075 Ibs 40.50-42.00; utility and commercial cows 29.00-31.50; few utility dairy breds 32.00 Sheep: 200; limited sales wooled lambs about steady; choice wooled lambs 37.CXW8.00. Estimated receipts Thursday: Cattle and calves 500; hogs 5,500; sheep 100. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA)- lowa-southern Minnesota'direct hogs: Estimated receipts Wednesday 90,000; The Weather TOWA FORECAST— Partly cloudy with a chance of thundershowers tonight, continuing Thursday. Low tonight upper 40s northeast, low 50s south and west. High Thursday mid 60s to mid 70s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Extended outlook Friday through Sunday: chance of rain or thundershowers Friday, ending Saturday. Mostly cloudy Sunday. Temperatures below normal with falling trend. Highs in the 50s. Lows 40s Friday, 30s Saturday and Sunday. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Tcmpuratures Courtesy of lowaPublicServiceCo.) Yesterday's high 76 Yesterday'slow 34 At 7 a.m. today 43 At 10 a.m. today 53 actual receipts Tuesday 80,000; week ago 54,000; year ago 80,000. Movement fairly active; demand good; butchers steady to 25, Instances 50 lower than midsesslon Tuesday or 25-50 lower than close; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country ooints 30.50-31.00; packing plants 31.00-31.50; sows fuDy steady, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 26.50-27.75. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 600; slaughter lambs steady Tuesday; most choice shorn 90-110 Ibs No. 1 to fall shorn 38.00-39.00; few lots good and choice 37.00-38.00. 6 to Go to Boys State Six Iowa Boys State representatives and three alternates were selected at the Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion meeting Tuesday night. All are juniors at either Carroll Community or Kuemper high schools. The representatives are Brian Tigges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Tigges, Danny Schenkelberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Schenkelberg, Mark Bayliss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayliss, Joe Goblirsch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Linus Goblirsch, David Frank, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Frank, Ron Bernholtz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Bernholtz. The alternates are John Grossman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Grossman, Dave Mossman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mossman, and Dean Onken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Onken. Russell Wunschel, chairman of the Boys State committee, conducted the section of the meeting to choose the representatives. The approximately 100 members present made the selections from a list of all junior boys in the two Carroll high schools. It was announced that the next county meeting will be held at Breda April 17. New members throughout the county will be initiated at this meeting. N.Y. Stocks •—•^^^^^^^^^^^•^••••^^^^•••^^•^^^••••^^^••••i Carroll Wholesale Market The Store That Sets The Low Food Prices Every Day! D . „ "7 k71TNorthA ., 1A ' ' Price* Good thru Tue*., April 16 Prices going up! Now more and more people are shopping and saving at Carroll Wholesale Market. CLOSED GOOD FRIDAY 12 to 3 P.M. Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. - Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. $4.49 ,0.0, 19< Robin Hood Flour ........... 25 Lb,. Campfire Mininature Marsh ma I lows ... Royal m **^ Gelatin ....... ........ 3 -oz. 1 0 < Blue Bonnet Stick Oleo ...................... Lb 45* Philadelphia _ -_ Cream Cheese ..... s-oi. 39* Wagner Orange or Grape 32-Oz.i^ _ -^ _ Drink ............ 4 f or $1.00 Western Dressing...: .......... i 6 .pz. 'Dad's Root Beer ........... 64. 0z . Modess ............... $1.49 Corn King Canned JL^ _ -_ __ Hams ........... sib, $5.99 Sunshine ^^ — Crackers ................. u,. 3 7* Hunt's Ketchup ............. 32.oz. Tom Seott Mixed Nuts ........ i 3 .oz. Powdered 34-Oz. Sani Flush ................ Shurfine Frozen Orange 6-Oz. j^ — 0^.0*. $1.OO 6 for FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2-1/2 GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2 ->/a GALS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CRCAM Patty Green, Carroll Mary Huebner, Carroll Bert Gerdes, Wall Lake Kay White, Carroll Hilda Richer*, Westside Leon Riesberg, Carroll Arlo Sigmon, Sac City Floyd Schrad, Breda Delora Brincks, Carroll Bernice Bliss, Carroll —mmmasf ANDERSON ERICKSON V 2 Gal.I FREE SAMPLE Friday Afternoon and Saturday, April 12, 13 Big Tex Unsweetened Grapefruit Juice 46-Oz. Shurfresh Ice Cream..... v 2 G O I. Rio Frozen 10-Oz. O«*%> Strawberries 3 for 89* Chinet _ _ Dinner Plates is ct. 55* Chinet — -^ Paper Platters 8 ct. 4V* Shurfine _ 4%,* Stuffed Olives s-oz 49* Shurfine A f^ + Ripe Olives 7 -oz. 39* Hunt's Fruit 15-Oz. O ft * Cocktail 3 for oV* Red or White / _ Potatoes io-Lbs. $1.39 Idaho Russet £ 1 Potatoes io-ibs. Zp I . Indian River K»J _ -^ Grapefruit 10 T0 r 89* Shurfine Brown or Powdered Lb Box _ ^ Sugar 2 for 49* Easter Egg Dye 29* Schmidt JL^ _ ^e/^% Beer 12 p a k $1 ,/9 S'eer i2Pak$1.99 CLIP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 47< BETTY CROCKER Regular CAKE MIXES Pkgs with coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesa.e thru April 16 I coupon per family IMIK COUPON WORTH 66< FAMILY SIZE TIDE _ Coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru April 16 > coupon per family HEW YORK (AP) stuck quotations: Allied Ch Allied Sirs Am B r d s Am Can Am Chain ACyanid Am H om e Am Motors Am Smelt Am Stand Am T&T Armst Ck At, Richfld Avco Corp Bandag Inc Beat Fds Beet Dick Bendix A v Beth Stl Boeing Co Borden Bruns wik Bu rNor Chrysler Con Edis Con Freight Con Oil CPC Intl Curtis Wrt Deere duPon t East Kod Eltra Cp Esm a r k Exxon Fairmont Firestone Foote M i n Ford Mot Fruehauf Gamble Sko Gen E 1 ec Gen Fds Gen Mot Gen P Cm Gen TtL Goodrich Goodyear Greyhound Holidy Inn Homestke IBM III Cent Int Ha rv Int T&T Interst P Iowa Beef laEI&P Iowa III G la P&L Kan Nebr Kn'cott Kraft Krsge SS Leh P Cem Lionel Cp Lockheed Air Ma r cor Martin M Maytag Meredith Nat. Gyp N Na t G Nucor P a m i d a Penn Cent Penney Pep Cola Phil Pet PPG Proc t G m Qk Oats RCA Rey Ind Rock wl 1 Safeway SaFe Ind Sear Rob Signal Co •South n Pac Sperry R S Oil Cal S Oil Ind Texaco Textron TRW UAL U Carbde Un Elec UPac C Uni ro y al Unit Air Unit Brd US Gyp US Steel Westg El NEW YORK 4 1 % 21% 37% 27% 1 8 % 22% 38% 9% 25 14 48% 27 90% 6'/4 27% 20 36% 27% 32% 14% 22% 16% 42 17% 18'/4 18 38% 32% 10% 39% 171 106V4 24% 30% 80% 9% 15% 1 2 % 49% 23% 32% 55>/4 25% 50% 1 1 % 23% 20>/4 16% 15% 13% 84% 233% 18>/4 26% 2i7B 16 20% 15 16% 21 16% 39% 42% 30% 19 2'/4 4% 23% 17'/4 27 9% 1 3 Vt . 48% 18>/4 5% 2% 69>/4 58% 51 26% 88% 25 18% 42% 26V4 39 34 82% 19% 33 38% 28>/4 94% 27% 21 18% 26% 38% 14% 79% 9% 27% 7% 21% 41% 19 (AP) - Noon U '/4 D % U % D % U % U % u % u % U '/4 D >/4 D % U % U % u % D >/4 U % u % U 1 u % D % D % U % U V4 U % U % u % u % U Vt u % u % u % u % u % u % u % D % D % U V4 u % D '/« U % U <A D % U % U % U % D % U % u % D % D % U % U '/4 D % D % U % U '/4 D '/4 U % U % U % D % U % U % u % u % D % U % D V« U % — The New York Stock Exchange halted all trading just after 10 a.m., CDT, today because d'f what the exchange described as an equipment malfunction. LAW CONFERENCE Area residents concerned with relationships between law enforcement officials and youth are invited to attend a conference at the Starlite Restaurant in Fort Dodge on Thursday, April 18. The conference will attract law enforcement, school principals, counselors and psychologist, attorneys, city and county officials, and all others interested in problems associated with youth and their relationships with school systems or law enforcement agencies. Area youth are also invited. Registrations for the meeting may be made at the Extension office in Carroll or by telephoning 792-2364. Honor Grad — Russell A. Brockman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin R. Brockman of Westside, was one of four honor graduates at the U.S. Army Signal School at Ft. Monmouth, N.J., on March 15. After 18 weeks of electronics school he will return to Ft. Monmouth. Brockman is a 1973 graduate of Ar-We-Va High School. Reciprocal Library Card Privileges Carroll Public Library card holders will be able to use public libraries in 19 counties in northwest Iowa at no charge, Gordon S. Wade, head librarian, reported at the board of library trustess meeting Monday at the library. Mrs. Mary Fran Harvey, director of the Northwest Regional Library System, had informed Wade that reciprocal borrower's privileges between public libraries in counties where a county tax for library services exists will be operational shortly. The board previously approved having regional borrower's cards. The board authorized Wade to continue a survey investigating the possible eventual elimination of fines on overdue materials. The survey will be completed in December, and at that time the board of trustees will decide whether or not fines shall be eliminated as part of library policy. Possible changes in policy will be studies this quarter and discussed at the June meeting. The board also authorized Wade to begin a furniture and equipment inventory to decide which items can be sold, which can be taken to the new building, and which may be of use to the Carroll County Historical Society. The library now has two 16mm film projectors and screens for use by persons borrowing the library's films, it was reported. The library loaned 161 films during the first three months of 1974, these films reached a total of 2,530 viewers. The board agreed to close the library on Wednesday, May 1 to enable the library staff to attend the district meeting of the Iowa Library Association in Audubon. The meeting was conducted by President Robert S. Bruner. Other trustees in attendance were Mrs. John Gnam, Mrs. Joe Gronstal, Mrs. Robert Blincow, Dr. Homer Skinner, James W. Wilson, Robert A. Wright and Dr. J. G. Donovan. The next meeting of the board will be in June. GIVEN SCHOLARSHIP Laura Schoeppner of Coon Rapids has received the Walter Peterson memorial scholarship for winter-term study at Wayne, Neb., State College. She is a junior majoring in elementary education and minoring in special education and a member of Kappa Delta Pi, an honorary in education. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Schoeppner, she graduated from Coon Rapids High School in 1971. , Funerals | CAROLINE PEVESTORF OOON RAPIDS - Caroline Pevestorf, 84, of Coon Rapids died here early Wednesday April 10, at the Thomas Rest Haven. 'Birdie' to Be Presented April 19, 20 By RALPHSTROHM •Bye, Bye Birdie', Kuemper High School's spring musical, is now in its fifth week of rehearsals. The production, under the direction of Pat Deacon and Mrs. Barb Fletcher, will be presented April 19 and 20. A satire on rock 'n roll singers of the 1950's, the story concerns the romance of a composer-publisher-agent and his secretary plus the drafting of his rock 'n roll star into the Army. In a gigantic publicity stunt they all descend on a small Ohio town and proceed to turn it upside down. featured in a large cast is Tim Gleason as Conrad Birdie, pop singer. Tim has been practicing swinging his hips in rehearsal and jokes that "Conrad is a bit out of it." 'Cast as the recipient of his "One Last Kiss," Jeanne Harman plays Kim MacAffee. "Kim's sort of a baby, you know, a little flirt always trying to act grown-up, but really very naive,'" observed Jeanne during a break in rehearsals. Also featured are Nic Beiter as the singer's manager Albert Peterson, and Linda Lvons, portraying Rosie. Mr. Peterson's girl Friday. Bonnie Broich is cast as Mae Peterson, overbearing mother of Albert, and Scott Thein plays Hugo Peabody, Kim's jealous boyfriend. 'Bye, Bye, Birdie' includes such hit songs as "Put on a Hippy Face, One Boy," and "A Lot of Livin' to Do." Following its New York opening in 1960, Walter Kerr, critic for The New York Herald Tribune, praised the production as "Enormously appealing! . . . delectable to watch... A winning show." Tickets are now available from the Kuemper band, orchestra, and cast members at $1.50 for adults and $1 for children. 'Bye, Bye, Birdie' curtain time is 8 p.m. on April 19 and 20. 7 Firsts for KHS Kuemper High School students earned seven superior and six excellent ratings at the Iowa High School Music Contest at Council Bluffs April 5 and 6, it was announced Tuesday. Receiving'superior ratings were Gail Reicks for a piano solo, David Beming. cello solo; Ann Brenny, Michelle Nees and Michelle Gradoville. violin trio: Gail Reicks and Michele Kerwin, violin duet; Sharon Goecke, Donna Casey, Debbie Danncr and Beth Roiger, flute quartet; Ann White. Maria Eischeid, Gloria Heithoff, Debbie Berg, Mary Hagemann, woodwind ensemble. A superior wu also awarded to the madrigal singers — Mark Montgomery, Tom Schrad, Tim Gleason, Mich Schapman, Tim McKone, Nick Belter, John Schreck, Linda Lyons, Carol Irlmeier, Kathy Berger, Jeanne Hoffman, Gail Reicks, Pat Schumacher, Barb Eischeid and Kayleen Snyder. Soloists earning excellent or Division II ratings were Teresa Neppel, Mark Montgomery, Patty Schumacher, Tom Sdirad, Kathy Berger, Jean Hoffman, Carol Irlmeier, John Schreck, Nick Schapman, Ann Brenny. Ann Dalhoff. Martha WindschiU. Marian Herbers, Ramona Simons. Monica' Simons and Geri Reinart. Ensembles receiving excellents were John Schreck and Kathy Berger, vocal duet; Maureen Nurse and Jayne Staley, string duet; Barb Bard, Joan Hoffman, Lori Staiert and Lori Nieland, clarinet quartet; Tom Schrad, John Schreck, Gail Reicks, Carol Irlmeier, mixed quartet. An excellent awara was also won by the mixed double quartet, consisting of Barb Eischeid, Pat Schumacher, Linda Lyons, Kathy Berger, Mark Montgomery, Tim Gleason, Tim McCone and Nick Schapman. MEMORIAL GIFTS -Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain of Carroll, memorials chairman of the Carroll County chapter or tne American Cancer Society has received gifts in memoery of Alex Holdworth ,of Manning and Florence HesslerofGlidden. Fred Reyes of the STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Announces HEARING AID SERVICE So that we can better service our users we will be available for Hearing Aid service the second Friday of every month starting Friday, April 12, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the City Hotel. This will be a continuous service for the Carroll and surrounding area. If you have difficulty hearing we in- C ° me ^ ^ Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at Trinity Lutheran Church near Coon Rapids in Greene Coufity, with burial in Willow Township Cemetery. The Rev. Edward Purdy will officiate. Friends may call after 9 a.m. Thursday at the Mason Funeral Home, Coon Rapids, where a family prayer service will be held that evening at 8. Miss Pevestorf, daughter of Henry and Anna Gustoff Pevestorf, was born Nov. 22 1889, on the same farm in Greene County where she spent all of her life until about three months ago when she was hospitalized and then entered the Rest Home. She is survived by a sister and brother, Elfrieda and Arnold, both of Coon Rapids, five nephews and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Dora, Pevestorf of Westington, S.D. Two brothers, William and Henry, preceded her in death. MRS. BOB CURRIE SAC CITY - Mrs. Bob Currie, 59, wife of a Sac City attorney, died Monday, April 8, at Loring Hospital here following a sudden illness. Furieral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Presbyterian Church, with burial in Oakland Cemetery, all at Sac City. All viewing will be at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City. Besides her husband, Mrs. Currie is survived by a son Jim of Plainview, Tex.; a sister, Mrs. Art Berven of Des Moines; and five brothers, Donald and Robert Sharp of Des Moines, Jack Sharp of Johnston, Wayne Sharp of California and Larry Sharp of Newton. Mrs. Currie was active in civic and church organizations and was a member of the P.E.G. Sisterhood. Better Product . . .Better Service Box 396 Phone 732-3775 STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Good Friday Union Rites Five Protestant churches will hold a union Good Friday service at 1 p.m. April 12 at the Trinity Episcopal Church. Besides the host church, others participating are the First United Methodist, First Assembly of God, United Presbyterian and St. John's American Lutheran. The Rev. Darryl Torrin of St. John's will deliver the sermon. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson of the Presbyterian church will be in charge of the scriptural reading, and the Rev. W. L. Laney of the First" Assembly of God will offer the prayer. The worship service will be conducted by the Rev. Dr. Francis L. Brockman of the Methodist church. Soloists will be Robert Rogers of the Methodist church and the Rev. Laney. Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley, a member of the Episcopal church, will be the organist. The offering at the service will be used by the Carroll Ministerial Association. ON MOORE SHOW Mrs. EVorn (Margaret) Halvorse'n, junior high English teacher at Carroll Community School who won the 1973 hog calling championship at the Iowa State Fair, recently returned from her April 2 taping of Gary Moore's "To Tell the Truth" program in New York. The program will be shown over Station KTIV, Sioux City, on Oct. 10 and over KCCI, Des Moines, on Nov. 7. Last December Mrs. Halvorsen taped a "What's My Line?" program tt New York and has been advised that there will be no showing of the program until at least July. IN MEMORY OF John H. Gloe Age 76 - RR Glidden Friends may call at the Dahn t Woodhoute Funeral Home, Glidden after 10a.m. Wednesday Funeral Service* 2 p.m. Thursday at Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden Officiating: Pastor Paul Buss«rt Prayer service at 8 p.m. Wednesday at the Dahn « Woodhoute Funeral Home, Glidden Casket will be moved to church at 1 p.m. Thursday Westlawn Cemetery DAHN * WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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