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The Weather STORMY IOWA FORECAST Showers and thundershower chances continuing and turning cooler tonight northwest. A chance of thundershowers and warm east. Clearing northwest with a chance of thundershowers or showers and turning cooler east Friday. Low tonight 45 northwest, low 50s south and east. High Friday upper 50s extreme northwest, low 70s southeast. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Saturday through Monday Fair to partly cloudy with below normal temperatures Dispute Settled LAKE VIEW, Iowa (AP)-A stockholders' dispute at the Farmers State Bank of Lake View has been settled and the State Banking Department has withdrawn from operation of the bank, officials report. Probe for Blast Cause SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)— Authorities are continuing the task of determining what caused an explosion that killed four men and destroyed part of the Bartlett Grain Elevator Co. Dean Fry, 39, Bronson. was "fair" Wednesday at a Sioux City hospital, where he was recovering from injuries suffered in the blast. The blast, which authorities believe occured when grain dust ignited, killed George Gruneich, 44 and Martin McCormick, 62, both of Sioux City and employes of the elevator; Edward Johnston. 58, Sioux City and Norbert Bertrand. 50, Jefferson, S.D., workers for the Sioux City Grain Exchange. "We're sure it was a dust explosion." said Sioux City Fire Chief Robert Arnold, "but we still don't know where the spark came from that ignited it, or exactly'how the explosion travelled through the elevator." The blast Tuesday destroyed the head house atop one silo, and threw chunks of concrete to the loading area below, where the four men who were killed had been. New Chief at Cedar Rapids CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP)—Cedar Rapids city councilmen have chosen an attorney and former law officer to be their chief of police. Wallace LaPeters, 40, Miami, takes over next Wednesday, but does not plan large changes at the department in Iowa's second largest city, officials said. LaPeters, who was given a two-year contract, will be paid $17,400 annually. Officials said LaPeters was a'-homicide detective lieutenant during his nearly eight years with the Dade County, Fla., Public Safety Department. The New York City native also was director of public safety for two years at Cherry Hill, N.J.; consultant to the 'city manager and supervisor of the homicide squad at Tallahassee, Fla., and taught at various schools. LaPeters succeeds Chief George Matias, who last year took early retirement for health reasons. Family Planning Program Given MANNING — A program on the Natural Family Plan Clinics was presented by Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brincks of Roselle at the Sacred Heart Altar Society meeting April 24. At the conclusion of the program, refreshments were served under the direction of the April committee. The business meeting followed, attended by 37 members. One guest Terry King was introduced. A report was given on the bake sale and Ardith Sturm thanked all who helped and those who came to clean the rectory. Graduation breakfast will be served on May 19. The women were reminded of the pilgrimage to Holy Spirit Church in Carroll on June 23. The mission report was given showing a total of 256 A-quans through the period. Cool Saturday with lows in 30s and highs mostly in 50s. Little warmer Sunday and Monday with lows in 40s and highs mostly in 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 73 Yesterday's low 43 At 7 a.m. today 50 At 10 a.m. today 61 Weather A Year Ago— Temperatures a year ago today in Carroll ranged from a high of 50 to a low of 37 degrees. E. P. Kettering, bank president, and his family have become majority stockholders with the purchase of stock from Helen Scott and her son, James, both of Lake View. The move ended,a problem which prompted state officials to step in. Officials said the state took over the bank's operation April 11 after it became evident no faction of stockholders could muster a two thirds majority vote at stockholders' meetings. Although the bank has sufficient funds, state officials said it couldn't operate without a majority vote on incorporation. STUDENTS HONORED Four local students will be honored at two scholarship recognition dinners at Iowa State University. Ames. Kendall N. Vongian, Westside, and Glenda D. Gotter^Scranton, will attend the dinner on May 7 as the top graduating seniors in farm operation'and English, respectively. On May 6, Miss Gotter, as well as Nancy C. Eickman, Coon Rapids, and Sharon D. Gotter, Scranton. will attend the dinner honoring the top two per cent of students in each class. Sharon Gotter is majoring in family environment, and Miss Eickman in chemistry. Pleads Guilty to Child Stealing AVOCA, Iowa (AP) - A Fremont, Neb., man, charged with child stealing of 3-year-old Cindy McPherson, pleaded guilty Wednesday in District Court. He is Rodney Adams, 24, who was arrested in Olympia, Wash., on Feb. 25, six days after he took the child from her mother's apartment here. The child was not harmed. Adams could be sentenced up to 10 years but Assistant Pottawatamie County Attorney Adam Schulte said a pre-sentence investigation would be made. Schulte said if Adams qualifies for probation, his sentencing will be deferred and later could be dismissed. He said there were mitigating circumstances but did not elaborate. Adams had been an acquaintance of the girl's parents who are separated. Sentencing was set for May 28 and Adams remains free on $5,000 bond. INFANT BAPTIZED ARCADIA - Scott Joseph Lampman, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lampman of Carroll, was baptized during the Sunday morning mass at Mount Carmel Catholic Church by the Rev. Dale Koster. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Meiners of Templeton. The couple and their daughter Michelle of Templeton, grandparents Mrs. Edward Lampman and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vogl and family of Arcadia were dinner guests later in the Lampman home. Eddie Vogl and Debbie Schmitz of Carroll and Scott's brothers Jeffery Alan and Eric were also present. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 2, 1974 Peim, Key Officers Charged WASHINGTON (AP) -The Securities and Exchange Commission today charged the Penn Central Railroad and a number of its key officers with engaging in a massive fraud to conceal railroad losses and deceive its stockholders. In addition, the SEC charged a former chief financial officer of the railroad, David C. Bevan, and three other persons with diverting $4 million in corporate funds to bank accounts in the tiny European country of Lichtenstein. The SEC asked the court to order that the funds be returned. The alleged fraud occurred primarily in 1968 and 1969 before the Penn Central Railroad filed for bankruptcy in 1970. The SEC charges followed a two-year study, completed in 1972, into the railroad's financial problems leading to the bankruptcy of the major East Coast railroad. Named as defendants in the charges were: the Penn Central Transportation Co.. operator of the Penn Central Railroad; Penn Central Co., a holding company which owns the transportation company; Bevan, Gladwyn, Pax; and Stuart T. Saunders of Ardmore, Pa., the former chief executive officer of the two companies. Also named were two subsidiaries, the Peat, Marwick, Mitchell & Co., the former auditors for the railroad and 10 other persons. The complaint, which was filed in Philadelphia, makes civil charges against the defendants. The SEC cannot bring criminal counts. A separate complaint was filed in New York City against the Goldman, Sachs & Co.. a New York securities dealer, in connection with selling short- term commercial paper for the railroad and with disclosing the adverse financial condition of the company. Briefs From the AP Wire Alcoholism Bill Passed, Sent to Governor and 894 diapers, one baby bottle and two cards of diaper pins. The quilting women held their last meeting of the season and had their quilts on display. Some of these have been sent to the American Indian Center at Sioux City and some may be sent to the recent tornado victims. Delores Herbers spoke briefly on the Equal Rights Amendment. The meeting closed with a prayer. The door prize was awarded to Regina Mohr INFANT BAPTIZED HALBUR — Tina Marie Eischeid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Eischeid of rural Carroll, was baptized Wednesday night at St. Augustine's Church, Halbur, by the Rev. Victor E. Kollasch. Her godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fitzgerald, Sac City. Grandparents, great-grandparents, and aunts and uncles were present for the baptism. A lunch was served later at the Eischeid home. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A bill to combine two state alcoholism programs into one was passed 87-5 Wednesday and sent on its way to the governor for his signature. Rep. C. Raymond Fisher, R- Grand Junction, said the measure would provide a more effective and possibly less expensive program of alcoholism treatment. It would combine the present Iowa Alcoholism Commission and alcoholism functions of the state Office of Planning and Programming into a single division within the Department of Public Health. The bill provides that before an intoxicated person is arrested for drunkenness, he is to be given a chance to choose treatment for alcoholism instead. It also provides that if a person is incapacitated from drinking too much, he could be taken to an alcoholism treatment center for emergency treatment by an arresting officer, a relative or a volunteer unit formed to help alcoholics. He could be held in the center for up to five days unless the medical staff decides sooner that his emergency is over. If an application for involuntary commitment of the patient is initiated by the director of the center or a responsible relative during those five days, he could be held up to five days more, or until a hearing on the application is completed. GREAT FALLS, Mont. (AP) — Agriculture Secretary Earl L. Butz says the private grain trade, rather than the U.S. Government, should maintain a national grain reserve. Butz noted there has been talk of a need for a national strategic reserve in the wake Deaths, Funerals Personals— Mr. and Mrs. FredOrtnerof Carroll returned home Monday after spending a week visiting in San Antonio, Tex., with their son Tom Ortner and family. They were accompanied from Kansas City by another son Lyle of Grandview. Mo. Westsider Ends California Trip WESTSIDE - Mrs. Louis Bauer returned home Monday after spending several months in California with Betty Bauer. Last week the two women visited with Craig Dohse at Lake Worth, Fla. Mrs. James Clark returned home Wednesday after spending over a month in Gila, N. M., in the home of'Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kartchner. Linda Dettbarn spent the weekend in Clarion with Sharon Finley. Friday Joyce Siegner, Lillian Gallagher and Mrs. Lawrence Gallagher attended the Catholic Women's Meeting in Fort Dodge at the Starlight Inn. Allen Kock left Saturday to help Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bell move from North Platte to Beatrice, Neb. Wednesday Harold Kracht accompanied the Rev. Ralph Ratzloff of Schleswig to Sioux City to attend a church and ministry committee meeting of the Northwest Iowa Association of the United Church of Christ at the Mayflower Church. MRS. MATHILDA THELEN The mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Mathilda Thelen, 72, of Carroll will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Thursday. The rosary will be recited Thursday at 8 and 8:45 p.m. and Friday at 3, 8 and 8:45 p.m., the last being by the Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs. Thelen. widow of Sylvester J. Thelen, died April 30 at Nebraska Methodist Hospital, Omaha, after a long illness. MRS. KATE HANNASCH Mass of the resurrection for Mrs: Kate Hannasch. 86, of Carroll, who died April 29 at ' S't"! Anthony Regional Hospital, was celebrated at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. The Rev. Richard Macke of Roselle also was in the sanc.tuary and conducted commital rites at Holy Angels Cemetery in Roselle. Pallbearers were Louis Hannasch, Don Bayliss, Harold Klocke, Louis Riesberg, Chris Hannasch and Bill Hannasch. Arrangements were under direction of the Twit Funeral Home. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Omaha, Neb.; Hayfield and Grand .Meadow, Minn.; Council Bluffs, Wesley. Fort Dodge, Scranton, Odebolt, Templeton, Arcadia, Lake View, Carroll and surrounding area. HARRY M. PETERSEN MANNING - Harry Martin Petersen, 76, of Manning died Wednesday noon, May 1, at Manning General Hospital after being in failing health for several years. Services will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Ohde Funeral Home here with burial in the Manning Cemetery. The Rev. Don .Griffin, minister of the United Methodist Church, will officiate. Friends may start calling at Ohde's after 1 p.m. Friday. Mr. Petersen, son of Martin and Sophie Boss Petersen, was born at Walnut April 4, 1898. At the age of four years he came to Manning with his family and attended school here. On Dec 15, 1920, he married Catherine Dalgety at Omaha, Neb., and they farmed, near Manning for six years before moving into Manning.. . Survivors include his wife, four children, Mrs. Glen (Dorothy) Rowedder of Manning; Harold of Arlington Heights, 111.; Ralph of Marion and Mrs. Dick (Janice) McConnell of Early; 13 grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; a brother, Willus Petersen of Woodburn, Ore.; and a sister, Mrs. Clara Strathman of Long Beach, Calif. Mr. Petersen was preceded in death b y t wo granddaughters, an infant sister and another sister, Mrs. AlmaKuhse. LeROY STONE LeRoy Stone of Audubon died there Thursday morning. May 2. He was a brother of Reuben and Elmer Stone and Mrs. Hilda Keat of Carroll. Arrangements are pending at the McFadden Funeral Home, Audubon. R. G. MILLER ROCKWELL CITY Services for State Rep. R. G. "Hap" Miller of Rockwell City will be held at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Overton Funeral Home in Indianola, with burial there in the IOOF Cemetery. Memorial services will be held at 11 a.m. Monday at the United Presbyterian Church in Rockwell City. Rep. Miller, 64. died April 30 of an apparent heart attack suffered at his residence in Indianola, where he was living during the legislative session. He represented District 47. Surviving are his wife. Opal, and six children including Sue at home, Mrs. Joe (Carolyn) Hall, Mrs. James (Lola Rundle. Mrs. Robert (Opal Rae) Bigham, Mrs. Jay (Kathy) Eaton, and John Miller. The family suggests that memorials be in the form of donations to establish an athletic scholarship at Simpson College, Indianola. MRS. LEONARD WILLENBORG BAYARD — Mrs. Leonard (Crescentia) Willenborg, 63, Bayard, died Wednesday. May 1, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday at St. Patrick's Church here. A rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Friday at the Starling Funeral Home, Bayard. Friends may call after 8 p.m. Thursday. Interment will be in Sacred Heart Cemetery, Templeton. Pall bearers will be Dale Willenborg, Allen Willenborg, Keith Knobbe, Kyi Knobbe, Mike Hogan and Leonard Fielmeir. Mrs. Willenborg was born Sept. 22,1910, near Templeton. On May 4, 1930 she married Leonard Willenborg. She is survived by her husband Leonard of Bayard; three daughters Mrs. Lee (Jean) Knobbe, Guthrie Center, Mrs. Edwin (Norm) Knobbe, Carroll, and Mrs. Everett (Lois) Adolf, Burlington, Colo.; one son Art of Dedham; 15 grandchildren; four sisters and one brother. She was preceded in death by one son Donald and two brothers. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $4.92 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.46 Oats 1-35 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) ( USD A ) —Li vestock quotations Thursday: Hogs: 7,500; barrows and gilts largely 50-1.50 lower; 1-3 195-240 Ibs 28.50-29.25; 240-250 Ibs 28.00-29.00; sows mostly 50 lower; 400-600 Ibs. 23-23.50. Cattle and calves: 1,000; steers and heifers steady; cows steady; choice 1,000-1,200 Ibs steers 40.50-41.50; choice and prime 975-1,154 Ibs heifers 40.75-41.00; choice 875-1,025 Ibs 39.50-40.75; utility and commercial cows 27.00-28.50; few utility 29.00. Estimated receipts Friday: Cattle and calves 1,400; hogs 4,500; sheep 50. of heavy U.S. export sales. But he said, "we've got a strategic reserve now. It's held by the private trade. It's out there, all you have to do is go out and buy it. "The private trade should maintain it and not the United States government," Butz said Wednesday. WASHINGTON (AP) —The House Judiciary Committee has charged President Nixon with failure to comply with its subpoena for Watergate tapes. The committee's chairman and chief counsel said Nixon's noncompliance could be an impeachable offense. By a narrow, 20-18 vote that shattered its bipartisan approach to the inquiry, the committee directed Chairman Peter W. Rodino Jr., D-N.J., to notify Nixon that his delivery of edited transcripts instead of tapes does not meet the committee's request. "In this country there are no exceptions to the command of DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) (USD A) — Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs. Estimated receipts Thursday 60,000, Wednesday receipts 67,000; week ago 68,000; year ago 78,000; butchers mainly 1.00 lower; trade uneven, fairly active in several areas; demand fairly good. U.S. 1-3 200-230 country points 27.50-28.00; packing plants 28.00-28.50; a few country points 27.25, a few packing plants 29.00; sows 75 to mainly 1.00 lower; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib 23.00-24.00; a few 24.25. law." said John Doar, chief impeachment counsel for the committee, at a rare nighttime meeting that lasted until nearly midnight Wednesday. SAN FRANCISCO (AP) To win recognition and get promoted, they must kill. They dress neatly and purport to live according "to a puritanical code of moral conduct." But they educate their young in what they call "martial arts," teaching them the "techniques of killing or incapacitating." Mayor Joseph L. Alioto described the group Wednesday and said it calls itself "Death Angels." He said it is a nationwide organization "dedicated to the murder and mutilation of whites and dissident blacks." Alioto says the group is responsible for the so-called "Zebra" slayings of 12 whites and the wounding of six others here since last November. All were shot down by young blacks in apparent unprovoked street attacks. Alioto says the group may be responsible for a total of some 80 ' ' murderous assaults" throughout California since December 1970. DETROIT (AP) American Motors has reported a 58 per cent decline in profits for the first quarter of 1974, compared with earnings for the first three months of 1973. AMC said Wednesday its first-quarter profits were $6.9 million, or 25 cents a share, compared with $16.5 million, or 61 cents a share, for the comparable period a year ago. PITTSBURGH, Pa. (AP) U.S. Steel Corp., the nation's largest steel producer, announced today it will increase prices an average of 5.7 per cent on its total product line effective at midnight. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— David P. Rust, Carroll, Ford; James Kraus, Breda, Dodge; John F. Morfeld, Carroll. Ford; Karen M. Olberding, Carroll, Ford; Harvey A. or Charlotte A. Leinen, Manning, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- Gary A. and Kae A. Alex to Gary A. and Kae A. Alex, Part Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat futures fell 10 cents a bushel under continuing liquidation on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The decline marked a move of 78 cents from last Friday's high. Corn and oats futures also were lower, while soybeans, oil and meal were a shade higher. There was an early show of strength in wheat under mixed buying that produced a gain of 4 cents. It was short-lived, however, because selling then set in and prices tumbled. There was some small recovery later. NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market faltered momentarily today, then resumed the advance it began Wednesday. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 2.89 at 856.77, and gainers led losers by about 3 to 2 on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said hopes persisted that banks' prime lending rates would not eo much higher than their present 10% to 11 per cent levels. Citicorp, parent company of New York's First National City Bank, was the Big Board volume leader, down Vfe at 41. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index was up .25 at 90.92. Other Big Board issues on the active list included S.S. Kresge, up IVfe at 34%. The large retailer reported a 24 per cent gain in sales for April. U.S. Steel, which posted a 5.7 per cent price increase, rose % to 44'/4 in active trading, and most other steel issues also were higher. The Amex's most active issued was Husky Oil, down Va at 19% in trading marked by a 98,000-share block at 19%. The NYSE's noon composite index of all its listed common stocks stood at 49.20, up .28. 62 Fewer Traffic Deaths AMES,.Iowa (AP)-There were 62 fewer traffic deaths in Iowa this year through the end of April than during the same period last year, says the Iowa Highway Commission. Harold Schiel, traffic safety director for the commission, said a decline was expected because of the slower speeds and lighter traffic. As of April 25, -Iowa had 159 fatalities compared with 221 up to the same day in 1973. said Schiel. The biggest decrease was on primary roads where traffic deaths were down by 48. Deaths were down 3 per cent on county roads and down 11 per cent on city streets. Bowling JACK & JILL LKAGUK Team Standings Vanderheidens Pig. & Htg Hamms Beer Snappy Popcorn Budweiser Beer Rays Chicken Inn Pabsl Blue Ribbon Renzes Hybrids Carroll Bowl Knute Plg.&Hlg Scheltler Seeds Millers High Life Keeblers Elves High Ind. Single GameWomen: DorothV Dettbarn Dorothv Dettbarn ., , Elvira Tiefenthaler Dorothv Dettbarn Men: Larry Dettbarn Ron Breidert Mvron Dettbarn High Ind. Three GamesWomen: Dorothv Dettbarn Vi Johnson Helen Tiefenthaler Men: Rav Tiefenthaler Larry Dettbarn Vern Tiefenthaler High Team Single Game— Vanderheidens Schettler Seeds Hamms Beer High Team Three Games— Hamms Beer Vanderheidens Pig. & Htg Millers High Life PINSPLITTERS Team Standings Brend's Standard Carroll Bowl Center Pharmacy Roselle Trio Tavern Al's Corner Little Gus Zekes Place Moormans Keed Breda Fertilizer Pabst Blue Ribbon High Ind. Single Game- Bert Morenz Joe Starman John Wittrv High Ind. Three Games- Bert Morenz Joe Starman Dan Wessling High Team Single Game— Brend's Standard Little Gus Center Pharmacy High Team Three Games— Brend's Standard Center Pharmacy Breda Fertilizer Points ... 96 88 . . 80 ..74 . 62' 2 59 <-i ... 58'j ... 58 53 . . 484 . .. 13 42 215 202 180 180 207 204 .... 201 .. 597 460 455 548 539 529 769 754 744 2170 2112 .2022 'Points 94'; 7" 1 72 69'-j 69 68 .. 60'; 58' i 52 .... 44 244 202 .... 201 . 603 515 505 ... 944 916 904 2671 2625 2603 TEACHERS TO MEET An all-day curriculum meeting for all special education teachers in Carroll County will be held Friday at the county education unit office. Purpose of the meeting is to examine the present curriculum and make recommednations on ways to improve the course of study for "next year. No classes will be held Friday for special education students. IN MEMORY OF Leo Kepple Scranton — Age 74 Funeral Services ' 10:30 a.m. Friday at United Methodist Church, Scranton Officiating: Rev. David Barker Casket will be taken to the Church 9:00 a.m. Friday Friends may call at the Dahn and |Woodhouse Funeral Home,) Scranton after 10:00 a.m. Thursday DAHN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES of Lot 2, Ireeg. Sur. SEV4NEV4, Sec. 34, Twp. 82N., Range 33 W. -0- Sheriff's Office One-Car Accident— Harlan J. Underberg, 18, Breda, was dismissed from St. Anthony Regional Hospital here Thursday morning after being admitted Wednesday for injuries suffered in a one-car accident about two miles east of Breda, Deputy Sheriff Roger O'Tool reported. O'Tool said the accident occurred as the car, driven by Underberg, was westbound on Highway 217 and went out of control. -0- Police Department Hit and Run— A car owned by Ronald Wieland, Carroll, was struck in the rear end Wednesday while parked in front of 218 East First Street, police reported. No injuries were reported. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions, April 29— Mark R. Behrens, Carroll Vickie L. Nelson, Carroll Admissions April 30— Danny J. Beyer, Carroll Mrs. Jack L. Tuel, Bayard Jens Olesen, Coon Rapids Admissions, May 1— Mrs. Gary L. Griffith, Nashua George W. Marget, Sr., Carroll Mrs. Kenneth A. Haubrjch. Carroll John D. Heuton, Carroll William T. Maddox, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Merlin Loew. Carroll, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Stephan Schleisman of Johannesburg, South Africa, a daughter, Liza Jane, May 1. Grandparents are Mrs. Alma Schleisman ol West Des Moines and Mr. anc Mrs. James Houlihan o: Carroll. Mrs. Schleisman if the former Elaine Houlihan. ENGLISHWOMAN SPEAKS Jean Garner, Manning': A.F.S. student from Englanc was'guest speaker at tt Carroll Kiwanis Club meetir Wednesday night. Mis Garner showed slides of hi homeland. The meeting was Kweens Nights, with wives members attending. Haro Frey presided, and Denn Lokken was progra chairman. Mrs. Mathilda Thelen Carroll - Age 72 Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home starting at 7 p.m. Thursday Rosaries at 8 p.m. and 8:45 p.m. Thursday, 3 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Friday, and 8:45 p.m. Friday by the Catholic Daughters of America Mass of the Resurrection at 10 a.m. Saturday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Final Resting Place: Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT

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