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The . Weather f. IOWA FORECAST Warm and humid with chance of showers or thunderstorms tonight. Turning cooler northwest tonight and over the state Thursday with showers diminishing. Low tonight near 55 northwest, 60 to 65 south and east. High Thursday mostly 75 to 80. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday through Sunday Chance of showers or thundershowers through the period. Highs generally from mid 70s to low 80s. Lows mostly in 60s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 81 Yesterday's low 61 At 7 a.m. today 61 At 10 a.m. today 72 Weather a Year Ago— A total of .71 inch of rain fell in the 24 hours before 7 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. High temperature was 77 and the low. 59 degrees. Brown, Flournoy Win in California By The Associated Press California voters will choose between the liberal son of a past governor and a Princeton-educated former college government professor when they elect a governor in November. Democrat Edmund G. Brown Jr., the 36-year-old son and namesake of the man defeated by Ronald Reagan in 1966, and Republican Houston I. Flournoy won party nominations in California's primary election Tuesday. Voters in the nation's most populous state also approved a tough and far-reaching political reform law. There were these other election day highlights: —Liberal Republican Rep. Paul N. McCloskey of California, who has called for the impeachment of President Nixon, was locked in a tight primary fight with conservative Gordon Knapp.—South Dakota Republicans nominated former prisoner of war Leo Thorsness to challenge Sen. George McGovern's bid for a third term. —James H. Meredith, who broke down racial barriers at the University of Mississippi a decade ago, was a surprise leader in a five-way Democratic congressional primary in Mississippi. He faces i a run-off election June 25. —Congressmen'seeking reelection in the eight states holding primaries Tuesday had little difficulty securing . renomination by their parties. Many faced no — or token—primary opposition. Flournoy, 44, now state con- C. F. Bucnheit Found Innocent A District Court jury of seven women and five men Tuesday found Caal F. Buchheit, Carroll, innocent of a chajge ofjyjewrtlng a motor vehfcle 'while under the influence of alcohol. The jury deliberated about 45 minutes before Foreman Robert Olsen, Carroll, announced the verdict. Buchheit was arrested March 19 by Carroll police. Jurors in the case were Donna Hamilton, Coon Rapids; Maxine Ewing, Carroll; Ellen Richardson, Carroll; Kathryn Ode'ndahl, Carroll; Andrew Wittry, Carroll; Angela Riesberg, Carroll; Katherine Wittrock, Carroll; H. A. Schenkelberg, Manning; Paul Fricke, Carroll; Paul Broich, Carroll; Leta Kruse, Glidden; and Robert Olsen. 117 Relatives At Reunion The annual reunion of the Seidl family was held Sunday at the Graham Park shelter house, with 117 attending the noon potluck dinner. Relatives here from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. John B. Bies of Salem. S n. : Mr. and Mrs. Albert Pasker of Dyersville, Mr. and Mrs. James J. Pasker and family of Garber, Virgil D. Witte of Dayton. Ohio; Mrs. Bernice Preston of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasquez and family. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nair and family and Deanna Harsen, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Peter Halya, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Peters and family and Mrs. Joann Satterlee, Omaha. Neb.; Leo Seidl and family of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. E.E. McCord of Grinnell. Other towns represented were Dedham, Carroll, Coon Rapids, Roselle and Glidden. Next year's reunion will be held at the same site the first Sunday in June. BOARD TO MEET The Carroll Community School District Board of Education will meet in special session Thursday, June 6. at 7:30 p.m. in the high school building. It is expected the board will discuss its budget for the coming year and transportation for private school students. troller and a former state legislator, won the GOP gubernatorial nomination in a landslide victory over Lt. Gov. Ed Reinecke. Flournoy, who holds a Ph.D from Princeton, is considered a moderate Republican. Reinecke, once considered a favorite, suffered a blow April 3 when a Watergate grand jury indicted him on a perjury charge in the ITT case. Brown, 36, was one of 18 Democrats, including San Francisco Mayor Joseph L. Alioto and State Assembly Speaker Bob Moretti, who sought the Democratic nomination. He had based his campaign on support for Proposition 9, a Watergate-inspired initiative that would reform campaign practices. The proposition was approved. In South Dakota, Thorsness, 42, who spent six years in a North Vietnam prison camp and who holds the Medal of Honor, said he did not see the war as a major election issue. Thorsness, who had a'nnounced h i s intentions to seek McGovern's seat shortly after returning to the United States last year, said, "The war is over. I hope we've learned our lesson. I hope we don't have to re-fight that war in this campaign." ALABAMA—Lt. Gov. Jere Beasley, who ran behind millionaire Charles Woods in the first primary May 7, fought back to win renomination in the Democratic runoff. Beasley offered a helping hand to Gov. George C. Wallace, who was re- nominated fd? an unprecedented third in the ffrst primary four weeks ago. NEW JERSEY - All incumbent congressmen seeking another term were renominated without serious challenge. MONTANA — Democrat Max Baucus and Jack McDonald, a Republican who recently bolted the Democratic party, won congressional nominations to face incumbents who were unopposed in the primary. In November, Baucus will challenge Republican Rep. Dick Shoup while McDonald will face Democratic Rep. John Melcher. NEW MEXICO — State Sen. Jerry Apodaca of Las Cruces, at 39 the youngest candidate in a six-man field, won New Mexico's Democratic gubernatorial primary election. He will oppose Republican Joseph Skeen, a 47-year-old rancher and former state senator, in the November general election. The current governor, Democrat Bruce King, is unable to succeed himself. MISSISSIPPI — Meredith's opponent in the June 25 runoff with be Jackson television executive Kenneth Dean. In other primary, highlights, the state's five congressmen won party endorsements for new terms. Personals— Among the approximately 200 persons attending the reception Sunday honoring the Rev. Albert Bostelmann for 50 years in the ministry were the couple's children, Mrs. Allan Bostelmann and children of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Martin Baumann of Marshall, Minn., and Sarah Bostelmann of St. Louis, Mo. The Rev. Bostelmann is pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale. Other guests attended from Chester, Superior, Norfolk, and Fremont, Neb., Ann Arbor and Austin, Minn., Davenport, South Amana, Williamsburg, Fort Dodge, LeMars, Audubon and surrounding towns. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, June 5, 1974 3 Incumbents Including Two Leaders, Lose By The Associated Press Three incumbents legislators, including two Republican leaders, were defeated in Tuesday's primary elections while a fourth incumbent barely survived. House Majority Leader Edgar Holden of Davenport was edged 864-826 by William Penningroth of Mechanicsville in the Republican primary for House District 24. In Republican Senate race for District 1, Harold Vermeer of rural Orange City defeated Senate Appropriations Committee Chairman Lucas DeKoster of Hull by only 12 votes, according to unofficial totals. Vermeer had 3,284 to DeKoster's 3,272. Charles Strothman, 73, of New London, lost the Republican nomination in House District 83 to Arnold Lindeen of Swedesburg. Strothman, the oldest member of the legislature, had served 12 years in the House. Rep. LaVern Harvey, R-Bettendorf, edged his primary opponent, Louis Goldman, by only four votes, according to the unofficial returns. Harvey had 1,084 votes to 1,080 for Goldman. Holden lost his race after Penningroth criticized him for not supporting Gov. Robert Ra.y's programs more strongly. DeKoster's loss came after Vermeer criticized him for giving the governor too much support. Two representatives were nominated for re-election, but will not appear on the November ballot. Rep. Harold McCormick, D- Manchester, withdrew from the race for House District 18 Monday, even though his name appeared on the ballot, and he was technically nominated for the general election. And the late Rep. R. G. Miller's name was the only Democrat to appear on the ballot in District 47. The Rockwell City Democrat died shortly before this year's session ended. The only incumbent senator to face a primary opponent was Sen. Kevin Kelly, R-Sioux ; City, who handily defeated former legislator Edgar Koch 1,178 to 693. Incumbent representatives who won renomination included: Rep. Russell Wyckoff, D- Vinton; James Jordan, D-Marion; Glenn Brockett, R- Marshalltown; Gregory Cusak, D-Davenport; Horace Daggett, R-Kent; Dennis Butler, R-Council Bluffs; Robert Kreamer, R-Des Moines; .James Caffrey, D-Des Moines and Jack Woods, D-Des Moines. Adel Youth Heads 'State' DES MOINES, Iowa (API- Dale Anderson, 17, Adel, was elected governor of Boys State for 1974 Tuesday, defeating Dave Inglehart, 17, Davenport. Boys State is sponsored by the Iowa Department of the American Legion for outstanding boys throughout the state who have just completed their junior year in high school. The week-long activity began last Saturday and ends Friday with an address by Gov. Robert Ray. The program is designed to teach local, county and state government to the youths by their direct involvement in it. Other officers elected include: Todd Anderson, 17, Sioux City, lieutenant governor; Mike Miller 16, Waterloo, secretary of state; Bruce Charlton, 16, Manchester, auditor; Stan Radio, 17, Mason City, treasurer; Mike Sulllivan, 17, Dubuque, attorney general and Greg Arganbright, 17, Panora, secretary of agriculture. The youths will hold their offices for the rest of the week. AHamakee OK on County Home WAUKON, Iowa (AP)—AHamakee County voters have authorized a $300,000 bond issue to help finance a $500,000 addition to the county home. The bond issue was approved 1,599 to 763 votes in Tuesday's election. The other $200,000 for the project will come from federal revenue sharing monies. Briefs From the AP Wire Nixon Cites Perils of 4 New Wave of Isolationism' ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — President Nixon told gradu- atrng Naval Academy midshipmen today that "a new wave of isolationism" poses one of the greatest dangers facing America. Defending his policy of detente, the President said: "In our era, American isolation could easily lead to global destruction." Nixon said that the United States cannot retreat into isolation from world responsibilities because, he said, the alternative to detente is a runaway arms race, a return to constant confrontation and a "shattering setback to our hopes for building a new structure of peace in the world." But he cautioned that detente does not mean the United States should become involved in the domestic affairs of other countries. GENEVA, Switzerland (AP) — Syria and Israel today signed the documents outlining theprocedure for disengagement of their forces on the Golan Heights. The signing by Gen. Herzl Shafir of Israel and Gen. Adnan Tayara of Syria cleared the way for their forces to begin pulling back within 24 hours. Daily Record COURT HOUSE License to Wed— Ronald D. Ryun, 19, and Carleen J. Furne, 16, both of Coon Rapids; William D. Wieland, 19, and Catherine M. Greving, 17, both of Carroll; James R. Gambale, 32, and Julia A. Wendl, 28, both of Bound Brook, N.J.; John M. Snyder, 23, and Patricia A. Schoeppner, 18, both of Carroll; Michael Berg, 20, Westside, and Kay L. Hoogestraat, 19, Arcadia. New Vehicles Registered— Harry or Evelyn Bohnenkamp, Carroll, Buick; Dale W. or Marjorie N. Ridgeway, Coon Rapids, Ford; Breda Telephone Corp., Breda. Ford; Dennis A. Trecker, Templeton, Chevrolet; Elmer or Muriel Dobson. Glidden, Chevrolet; Frank or Cleone Hermsen, Rev. Fandel Honored At Open House LAKE CITY — A farewell open house in honor of the Rev. James Fandel, pastor of St. Mary's Church, Lake City, was held Sunday afternoon at the church's educational building. Fr. Fandel will leave Lake City on June 5 for his new location in Milford. Over 200 persons from the JoAaLarea attended the open, house. Refreshments were served. At 7 p.m. a potluck supper was held for all members of the parish and invited guests. After the supper, a program was given with Ted Lyons in charge. Talks were given by L. W. Sievert, Mayor, for the community; Rev. Jim Fyfe of Auburn, representing the Ministerial Association; Carl Johnson, President of the Kiwanis; Morrell Spencer for the Shady Oaks Nursing Home Board; Dale Awtry for the auctioneers who have helped with the God's Harvest Sales; Don O'Connor for the sales pavilion; Wayne Huffman for the Memorial Chapel; Ed Maahs for Stewart Memorial Hospital; Jim Yunek for the American Legion; Father Jerome Koenig for the area priests. A letter from Wendell Johnson, superintendent of the Lake City Community Schools, was read. Several members of Fr. Fandel's family gave short talks. Priests in attendance were: — Rev. William Phillips Rockwell City; Rev. Jerome Koenig, Lohrville; Rev. Clem Flannery, Auburn; Rev. Gerald Degen, Lidderdale; Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Carroll, Rev. Robert Kirschbaum, Sac City. Other special guests were: Mr. and Mrs. William Fandel, parents of Fr. Fandel; Mr. and Mrs. Frances Fandel; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Borman, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Steier, all of Whittemore, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Fandel of Manson. The trustees of St. Mary's parish were introduced: Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Owens and Mr. and Mrs. William Goodyear. Goodyear gave a summary of the changes in the parish since Fr. Fandel came to Lake City 19 years ago. The biggest change was an increase of 120 families in 1955 and 175 families in 1974. Also, the parish has moved from the old facilities to a complete new system with a church, educational building and parish house. John Wirtz presented the Rev. Fandel with a gift from the altar boys, Dan Conrad, from the CYO, and Jake Schumacher from the parish. His new address will be St. Joseph's Church, 13050koboji Ave., Milford, Iowa 51351. Carroll, Ford; Ron Sundrup Transfer, Arcadia, International; Jeri Watrous, Coon Rapids MG; George or Betty Herrick, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Cecelia Halbur to Helen E. Halbur, Part of Lot D. Sonderoth's Subdiv. of Out Lot 1, Halbur. Woodland Heights, Ltd. to Louis and Rita A. Prenger, Lot 12, Woodland Heights Addition to Carroll. John and Frances M. Renken to James L. Heffernan, Part of Lot 9, Block D, Seventh Street Addition to Carroll. Police Department Two-Car Accidents— Cars driven by Layerne F. Dominise, Carroll, and Richard E. Heim, Breda, were in collision on U.S. 30 near Crawford Street Tuesday, police reported. The accident occurred as both vehicles were westbound on the highway, and the Heim vehicle attempted to change lanes, police said. A car driven by Joseph A. Thraen, Carroll, struck a parked car owned by Raymond L. Schonberger, Carroll, Tuesday night near 139 Orchard Lane, police reported. The accident occurred as the Thraen vehicle was backing from a driveway, police said. No injuries were reported in either accident. : - : ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions June 3— Joseph Herbers, Manning Mrs. Margaret Riesenberg, Carroll Mollie Kelly. Carroll Mrs. Minnie Segebart, Westside William McKone, Carroll Admissions June 4— Douglas P. Steinkamp, Wall Lake Frank W. Rutten, Carroll Kent F. Riesberg, Carroll Mrs. Russell H. Reineke, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Andy Larsen, Jr., Lakewood, a son, June 1 at Methodist Hospital, Des Moines. Grandparents are Mrs. Marguerite Cavallier of Jefferson and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Larsen Sr. of Dedham. Births- Mr, and Mrs. Allyn Hepp, Carroll, a son, Tuesday Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Wheat futures advanced 13 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today and sparked a rally in most other commodities. Corn was up 4Va cents, soybeans 3Vz cents and oats 2'/z. Soybean oil was mixed, while soybean meal was little changed. Iced broilers eased '/2 cent a pound in mixed trade. The harvesting of winter wheat in the Southwest was slowed down and this influenced some of the buyers. There also were some reports that some of the wheat received at elevators was of poorer quality than had been expected. Yields reportedly were lighter, too. There was some early weakness in the soybean complex attributed to a government showing that soy oil stocks were 100 million pounds greater at the end of April than a month earlier. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - The stock market drifted down a bit today, pausing after its sharp runup in the two previous sessions. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 4.07 at 824.62, and losers held a slight edge on gainers in light trading on the New York Stock Exchange. WASHINGTON (AP) -The House Judiciary Committee is turning to President Nixon's 1971 decision to raise milk prices to see if it was linked to a $2 million campaign pledge from dairy co-ops. The investigation, to start today, involves bribery, which the Constitution lists as an impeachable offense. Moving more swiftly now that it has passed the tangled Watergate scandal, the committee completed on Tuesday the presentation of evidence on the settlement of antitrust litigation against International Telephone & Telegraph Corp. • Election (Continued From Page 1) Hughes. Stanley's vote total in the county was more than double his opponent's, George F. Milligan, of Des Moines. Stanley received 413 votes, to 199 for Milligan. The Stanley-Milligan race was the only contest on the Republican ballot in Carroll County. In other contested seats on the Democratic ticket, Charles P. Miller, Burlington, carried Carroll County handily in his bid for the nomination to run against Neu for Lt. Governor. Miller polled 1,162 votes, to 579 votes for challenger William D. Palmer. Thomas J. Miller, McGregor, who won a three-way race in the state for nomination to run for Attorney General, also carried Carroll County. Miller, tallied 902 votes, compared to 510 for James H. Reynolds and 267 for Richard D. Hermann. Carroll County Democrats voted in favor of Daniel B. Fitzgerald, Denison, in his bid for the nomination for Treasurer of State. Fitzgerald polled 977 votes, while his challenger, George H. Erickson, Hartford, collected 584 votes. In the county posts which were uncontested. incumbent Treasurer Bernice Williams polled 2,018 votes and was the top vote-getter in the county ..for either party. Incumbent Auditor Arts received 1,823 votes and incumbent Recorder Ray F. Reicks received 1,975 votes. William Polking, Carroll, unopposed both in the primary election Tuesday and in the November general election for Carroll County Attorney, received 1,927 votes. Leonard Sporrer, Dedham, a Democrat seeking the Fourth District board of supervisors seat, gathered 364 votes. Incumbent supervisor from the Fourth District, Orel Thomas, Republican of Coon Rapids, received 95 votes to win his unopposed bid for nomination. Jack Thein, a Democrat and unopposed for reelection polled 318 votes. Democratic voters in the county gave R. G. Miller 114 votes for representative from the 47th District, even though the Rockwell City legislator died recently. However, his name was on the ballot. . Charles W. Colson's dramatic and unexpected guilty plea to a felony count followed his own search of the statutes for a crime to which he could truthfully confess, Sen. Harold Hughes said Tuesday. Hughes said also that the former presidential aide's court appearance Monday came after a long and tearful session at Colson's home the previous night in which the senator and other religious friends prayed and reassured him that "the Lord would honor what he was doing." Colson had been offered a chance by the special prose- cutor's office to plead to a much lesser charge — a misdemeanor — but felt he could not do so in good conscience, said Hughes. WATERLOO, Iowa (AP)—A court order has blocked for the time being an abortion that was to be performed at the insistence of the parents of an unmarried 17-year-old Waverly girl. The abortion was to have taken place Tuesday. But because the girl wants to have the baby, Black Hawk County District Judge signed a temporary injunction barring the operation. The injunction was sought by the girl's 18-year-old boyfriend. Deaths, Funerals • Cattle (Continued From Page 1) normally used in his corn fields. Dr. Wernimont also said there was not enough antidote readily available to counter the contamination. He said the name rootworm insecticide implies the chemical is a killer, and said it takes only about an hour for the poisoning effect to take place. A newly passed Iowa law requires a report of all pesticide poisonings to the Iowa State University Veterinary Diagnostics Laboratory and the State Department of Environmental Quality. The intent of the new law is the prevention of poisonings through use of chemicals. Marcus Boy Drowns in Lake PAULLINA, Iowa (AP) John Hoefling, 11, Marcus, drowned Tuesday afternoon in Paullina Lake in O'Brien County. Authorities said Hoefling and a friend were playing on a plank extending 'into the lake when they both fell into the water. The companion was able to scramble to safety, but Hoefling drowned. His body was recovered a short time later. MRS. CLARE MOHLER LEE Mrs. Clare Mohler Lee, 91, of Ottawa, Kan., former resident of this area, died Tuesday at Ottawa. She was Sac County Recorder for 19 years., Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday at the Carroll City Cemetery with the Rev. Mr. Metcalf of Des Moines, a longtime friend, officiating. Rites will be held in Ottawa at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Lamb-Roberts Funeral Home. Mrs. Lee was born Aug. 27, 1882, near Manson, a daughter of Judson and Mary Jane Persons. She spent her early years in Iowa and graduated from Rockwell City High School. Later, she graduated from an academy at Sac City. She taught school for several years in the Lake View and Sac City communities and in 1931, was elected Sac County Recorder, a position she held until Jan.. 1,1950. She had lived in Ottawa since 1956, and at the time of her death, resided at the Cedar House nursing home. She was married to Cyrus M. Mohler Nov. 24, 1915, at Lake View. He died in 1955, and on July 28, 1956, she married R. Judson F. Lee, a retired Ottawa University professor, at Boone. Dr. Lee died Feb. 15,1957. Surviving are two stepsons, Dr. Lawrence Lee of San Jose, Calif., and Dr, Maurice Lee of Chapel Hill, N.C.; and several nieces and nephews including Wilma L. Mohler of Carroll. She was a member of the First Baptist Church at Ottawa and had been a member of the Order of the Eastern Star for 55 years. GOULD LASHER LAKE CITY - Gould Lasher, 73, of Lake City, died here Wednesday morning, June 5, at Stewart Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. Mr. Lasher was a retired farmer. He was born in Carroll County Nov. 3, 1900, a son of Fred and Carrie Kuhnes Lasher. On Feb. 15, 1928, he married Faye Potts at Carroll. He was a member of the Baptist Church at Lake City. Surviving with his wife are four children, Duane of Carroll, Mrs. John Stewart of Lakewood, Calif., Mrs. Phil Chambers of Prairie City and Mrs. Marion Hoke of Hiawatha; 12 grandchildren, two great-grandchildren; three brothers, Ferris Sr., Glenn and Gerald Lasher, all of Lake City; and a sister, Mrs. Carrie Crumling of Spring Valley, Calif. Mr. Lasher was preceded in death by a son, Warren, a granddaughter, two brothers and a sister. Two Showers are Given for Future Bride Two bridal showers have MRS. HENRY STEFFES HALBUR — Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Henry (Josephine) Steffes, 84, of Halbur, was celebrated at 1 p.m. Tuesday at St. Augustine Church here by the Rev. Victor .Kollasch. Pallbearers were Steve Jackson, Merlyn Irlbeck, Norbert Kasperbauer, Elmer Steffes, Gerald Steffes and Leon Fuchs. Interment was in the parish cemetery, with Fr. Kollasch conducting commital rites. The Twit Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Bakersfield, Calif. ; Albuquerque, N.M.; Denver, Colo.; Windom and Paynesville, Minn.; Lincoln, North Platte and Omaha, Neb.; Fort Dodge, Lawler, St. Lucas, Des Moines, Carroll and surrounding communities. Mrs. Steffes died June 1 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll after being ill for three weeks. 'Girl of for Xi Gamma Pi Xi Gamma Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority honored Mrs. Richard Throckmorton as its "Girl of the Year" at a banquet Tuesday night at the Red Carpet Lounge. She was chosen by secret ballot on the basis of outstanding service to the chapter during the past year. The group of 24 included the ritual chapter, Epsilon Chi. Three Epsilon Chi members, Mrs. William Kurth, Mrs. Kenneth Grouse and Mrs. Robert Steinberg, were accepted into Xi Gamma Pi, with Mrs. Donald Hagedorn conducting the exemplar ritual. She was assisted by Mrs. Robert Bell of Manning. Mrs. Hagedorn, new Xi Gamma Pi president, named her committees for the coming year. Mrs. Thomas Lambert, retiring president, presented gifts of appreciation to her officers. Mrs. Throckmorton, service chairman, reported that aid given to persons in Carroll County in May by the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults totaled $876.00. Provided were walkers, a hospital bed, wheelchairs, commodes, trapeze and physical therapy. "Carroll County gets back more than what we give in Easter Seals," she said. A yellow rose theme was carried out in banquet decorations. The table centerpiece was an arrangement of roses and daisies. The three new members each received a yellow rose. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.05 been given this week for Kay ?™' No ' 2 yellow 2M Hoogestraat, Junes ° ats U0 bride-elect of Mike Berg. DES MOINES, Iowa Her sister-in-law, Mrs. (AP)-(USDA)Iowa-southern Steve Hoogestraat of Carroll, Minnesota direct hogs: £i n ri oio + Ai* Hff .. *. re i T-. . , ° Estimated and sister, Mrs. Elmer Irlbeck, entertained for her Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Irlbeck's home at Westside. Twenty guests .attended an evening shower given at Vail Monday by Terri Ryan of Vail. Decorations at both parties were in Miss Hoogestraat's colors, yellow and white. Lunch was served and the honoree opened her gifts. Miss Hoogestraat is a daugh.ter of.Mrs. Albert Hunter of Arcadia and John Hoogestraat of Carroll. Her fiance is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Berg of Westside. receipts Wednesday 75,000; actual receipts Tuesday 74,000; week ago 97,000; year ago 43,000. Butchers 25 to mostly 50 lower; fairly active; demand fair; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 24.25-24.50, packing plants 24.50-25.00, few 24.00-25.50; sows mostly steady, instances 25 lower. U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 18.75-19.50, few 18.50-20.00. Sheep: Estimated receipts Wednesday 1,300; slaughter lambs steady Tuesday; choice and prime 90-100 Ib spring lambs 47.00-48 on.