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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Clear or clearing and cooler tonight. Low mid 40s north, low 50s south. Some increase in cloudiness Tuesday. A little warmer west. High mid 60s northeast, low 70s southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Wednesday through Friday Partly cloudy with seasonal temperatures Wednesday. Wanner with chance of showers Thursday and Friday. Lows 50s Wednesday to Public Meeting Here June 13 on Farm Losses Farmers in Carroll County who received crop losses as a result of the severe rainstorms on July 1 and 9, 1973 may qualify for Farmers Home Administration Emergency Loans, reports John H. Duesbury, Supervisor. A public meeting to review the Farmers Home Administration Emergency Loan Program will be held at the extension Service Office, 1240 Heires Ave., in Carroll on Thursday, June 13, 1974 at 8 p.m. All active farmers in Carroll County affected by the July 1 and 9. 1973 rainstorms are urged to attend the meeting. FHA Emergency Loans may include funds to reimburse COOLER around 70 Friday. Daily highs 80s and low 90s. The Weather in Carroll Yesterday's high 68 Yesterday's low 57 At 7 a.m. today 53 At 10 a.m. today 61 Precipitation (24 hours prior to7a.m.) .16inches of rain. Weather A Year Ago It was hot in Carroll a year ago today as temperatures ranged from a high of 92 to a low of 70 degrees. farmers for crop production expenses which went into damaged or destroyed crops. No loan may exceed the actual loss received. The loan will be at 5 per cent interest and secured by acceptable security. Duesbury pointed out there is no requirement on obtaining credit from conventional lenders with Emergency Loans. Active farmers with crop losses from the July 1 and 9. 1973 rainstorms should make application to the Farmers Home Administration County Office at 1407 North Elm in Jefferson. Office day for Carroll County is every Tuesday, 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 Noon at the S.C.S. Office, 1240 Heires Ave. in Carroll. The deadline for filing applications is February 14,1975. Courtesy for Bride-elect Carol Schmitz, June 21 of Coon Rapids, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous shower given Sunday by her sisters, Mrs. Dennis Pietig. Karen and Laure Schmitz, at bride-elect of JPaul Sondgeroth Personals— Mrs. G. W. Evers of Carroll returned home Saturday night from a 15-day trip to eastern Iowa. She attended the 98th annual graduation exercises for Cedar Falls High School on May 29 at the men's gymnasium at the University of Northern Iowa. Her grandson, Doug Evers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolland Evers, was a member of the graduating class. A reception was held in the home of his parents after the exercises. Later, Mrs. Evers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Ken Evers to Dubuque for a visit of several days. the Pietig home. Bridal games were played and prizes given. Table decorations were in orchid and white. A corsage was given to the future bride. Guests were from Carroll and surrounding towns and included mothers of the prospective bridal couple, Mrs. Alver Schmitz of Carroll and Mrs. William Sondgeroth of Coon Rapids. The wedding will be held at St, Lawrence Church. HOUSE FOR SALE Notice is hereby given of the firm) sale of the residence formerly owned by Nellie Spaen, deceased, and located at 108 North Whitney Street in Carroll, towa. The legal description of this property is Lot 7, Block 1, Whitney's First Addition to Carroll, Carroll County, Iowa. The lot dimensions are 66' x 156' and the house contains four rooms and a bath with no basement or central heating. The undersigned has received a bid of $1,500.00 and this bid will be accepted unless a higher bid is received at the hearing to be held in the Court Room of the Court House at Carroll, Iowa, on June 24, 1974, at 10:00 A.M. The successful bidder shall make a down payment of 20% and the balance shall be paid upon tender by the administrator of a Court Officer Deed and merchantable abstract of title. ANYONE INTERESTED IN THIS PROPERTY SHOULD ATTEND THE HEARING ON JUNE k 24, 1974, AT 10:00 A.M. Clarence Spaen Robert S. Bruner 225 East Seventh Street Carroll, Iowa 51401 ADMINISTRATOR Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday,June 10, 1974 Graduation for Webelos Cub Scouts Webelos graduation was held during the last meeting of the season for Cub Scout Pack 100, Holy Spirit, on Sunday. The graduates were David Langel, Jim Lampe, Jim Thelen and Bob Warnke. The four boys were presented Arrow of Light awards. Cub Scouts Jeff Gronstal and John Volk each received silver arrows, Pat Brannen, one gold and three silver arrows. David Langel earned 12 activity badges, and Bob Warnke received three. Cubmaster John Gronstal thanked the Webelos leader Randy Mantz and the den mothers for their work during the year. Den 3. led by Mrs. Paul Minnehan and Mrs. George Volk, and den 5. led by Mrs. Dennis Warnke, had the best attendance of parents. The flag ceremony was conducted by the Webelos. A decorated cake and lunch were served. Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $5.02 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.54 Oats 1.30 CHICAGO (AP) Estimated salable livestock receipts at principal markets: Cattle Hogs Sheep Kansas City 1,200 3,500 300 Omaha 7,000 7.500 700 E. St. Louis 4,000 6,500 200 St. Joseph 2,000 6,500 100 Sioux City 5,500 10,000 600 S. St. Paul 4,300 7,000 500 Indpls. 1,500 3,000 100 OMAHA, Neb. (APJ(USDA)— Livestock quotations Monday: Hogs: 7,500. Barrows and gilts strong to 50 cents higher; full advance mainly on weights over 260 Ib; 1-3 195-240 Ib 25.00-25.50; 240-250 Ib 24.50-25.00; sows steady to 25 higher; 375-650 Ib 18.50-19.50. Cattle: 7,00 cattle and calves; steers-and heifers 50 to LOO lower; cows steady to 50 lower; choice 1,000-1,200 Ib steers 37.00-38.00; choice 1,200-1,350 Ib 36:00-37.25; load choice and prime 1,000 Ib heifers 37.85; choice 900-1,000 Ib 36.00-37.00; utility and commercial cows 24.50-25.50; a few utility 25.7526.00. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)( USD A)—Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs for Monday: Estimated receipts 9,500; actual 7,200; week ago 7,900, year ago 5,500; trading active; demand good; butchers weak to instances 25 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ib country points 23.25-23.75; packing plants 23.75-24.25; a few 23.50 country; packing plants 23.50-24.75; sows about steady; U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ib country points 18.00-18.75; a few 19.00; packing plants 1825-19.00. Sheep 1,500; week ago 700; year ago 2,400; Friday receipts 600, Saturday 900; Friday and Saturday slaughter lambs mostly steady; spring slaughter lambs choice and prime 90-105 Ib 46.50-48.00; choice 45.00-47.00; shorn slaughter lambs choice and prime 100 Ib with No. 1 pelts 46.00. Daily Record In 1905 the first lighted ball slid down the po) atop what was then the new Times Building and the area became know as Times Square. OTIC TO ALL COURT HOUSE Licenses To Wed— Dennis L. Hanson, 24, Ames, and JoAnn M. Lewis, 21, Westside ; Thomas J. Schwaller, 21, Omaha, and Marikay Klocke, 21, Templeton; Donald V. Buswell, 22, Jefferson, and Katherine A. Owen, 20, Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Shirley E. Sunderman, Carroll, Chevrolet; Grouse Cartage Company. Carroll. Chevrolet; Marie B. Murphy. Carroll, Plymouth; Bill Kanzmeier, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Helen Brumbeck, Program on History at D AR Meeting "Making Local History Live" was the subject of the program presented by Mrs. George Steigerwalt Saturday when Priscilla Alden chapter. Daughters of the American Revolution, held its final meeting of the year at the Woman's Club House in Glidden. The business meeting and program were preceded by a noon potluck picnic for which Mrs. Wilbur Gordon, Mrs. Steigerwalt and Mrs. Gary Hackett were hostesses. In her program Mrs. Steigerwalt told of different ways to make history come alive today such as tasting parties, using old recipes, studies of Colonial or pioneer medicine, quilting bees, and the like. Chapter members - then showed various articles from early days of the county, and Jean McNaught related the history of the Woman's Club House, which is the earliest frame house in Glidden. Mrs. Steigerwalt showed albums and centennial books and pictures from various sites in the county. She closed with the thought that we are still making history today and we should always be conscious of this. Mrs. C. A. McNaughton, regent, presided over the business session which opened in regular form. The president general's message was given by Mrs. Steigerwalt and the na'tio.nal defense report concerning possible revision of the national flag code was presented by Mrs. W. H. Rust. New officers, headed by Mrs. G. W. Homan as regent, were installed in a ceremony conducted by Mrs. Irving Ealy. Frances Dolliver, who has served as chairman for the Flag of the U.S.A., reported on the origin of the pledge to the American Flag, and called attention to Flag Day, June 14. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) -The stock market was quiet and little changed today, pausing for a breather after last week's rapid runup. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 1.80 at 851.92, while gainers held a narrow lead over losers on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said it appeared many investors were waiting to see whether the declines in the prime lending rate posted by several banks last week would lead to further decreases in the key short-term rate on loans to big businesses. They also noted some profit- taking by traders after the advance that pushed the Dow to a dramatic 51.55-point gain last week. On the American Stock Exchange, the market-value index lost .06 to 85.72. Airwick Industries was the Amex volume leader, down l k at 12%. The NYSE's noon composite index of all its listed common stocks was down .11 at 48.60. TEMPLETON PROPERTY OWNERS The construction phase of the sewer project is drawing to a close. Final acceptance will be made by the town council as soon as all items of the contract are completed. In order to aid the engineer and town council, we ask that any person having a claim against the contractors to please place on file with the town clerk a written statement outlining the nature of the claim, the amount, location and your name. Each claim will be acted upon individually. These claims must be filed with the Templeton town clerk before June 20th, 1974. Glidden, Chevrolet; Robert or Elizabeth Elbert. Carroll. Pontiac: Bierl Construction Company, Carroll, Ford Real Estate Transfers- Esther and Lyle Anthony to Danny E. and Michele Andersen. Lots 8 and 9. Block 7, Manning. Magistrate Court Released on Bond- Robert Millis, 45, Lake City, was released on $1,000 bond Saturday following a bond hearing in Magistrate Court here. Millis, arrested Friday by Lake City police, was held overnight in the Carroll County jail on a charge of embezzlement by an agent. The charge arose when Millis, a truck driver for Boyd Baugh, Carroll, allegedly made off with expense money paid him by Baugh. A hearing on the charge is pending. Juveniles— Two Carroll juveniles, ages 16 and 17, were turned over to juvenile authorities Monday after an appearance in Magistrate Court here on charges of criminal trespass. The charges stem from an incident at Swan Lake Saturday when the two allegedly released a monkey from its cage at the park's zoo and museum. Magistrate Frank Gach said several other persons were involved in the alleged incident, but said they fled on foot and were not apprehended. Police Department Two-Car Accidents— Cars driven by Gary L. Lohr, Lake View, and Sheila M. Zabawa, Carroll, were in collision Saturday at the intersection of U.S. 30 and North West Street, police reported. The incident occurred as both vehicles were westbound on the highway, and the Lohr vehicle attempted a right turn onto North West Street from the inside lane, police said. Lohr was charged with a lane violation. Cars driven by Jane R. Walz and Susan R. Comito, both of Carroll, were in collision on Clark Street near Fifth Street Sunday, police reported. The front of the Comito car was in collision with the rear of the .. Walz vehicle, police said, as the Walz vehicle stopped for traffic. Miss Comito was charged with following too closely. No injuries were reported in either accident. Presbyterians Recognize New Members New members of the First Presbyterian Church were recognized during worship services Sunday. The members included the confirmation class — Scott Forbes, Kathryn and Kimberly Hike, Paula Knight, Michael Reiter, Michael Shields, Linda Stout and Gay Tenold. Carla Talbott was baptized during the service and Charles Hill was accepted into the church by letter of transfer from the Manning Presbyterian church. Following the communion service, a reception hosted by the board of deacons honored the 10 new members. Dr. Robert Barels, chairman of the session worship committee, presented a gift of appreciation on behalf of the church to Maureen Ohde, who has been the organist for the past three years. Miss Ohde will attend Morningside College this fall. Mrs. Jolene Haas was in charge of the reception. Astrology Tuesday June 11,1974 Bernice Bede OSD Deaths, Funerals SHUGART COUPON TUESDAY, JUNE 11 GIBSON DISCOUNT CENTER East Hwy. 30 & Vine. Carroll, Iowa 9 WALLET SIZE COLOR PORTRAITS fci x 10 for GROUPS ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions June 8— Gary Grimsman, Carroll Gerald L. Schultes. Gray Mrs. Elizabeth Grossman, Dedham Mrs. Alan Tiefenthaler, Breda Frank Kathmann, Templeton Grinnell President Resigns GRINNELL, Iowa (AP)— Grinnell College President Glenn Leggett will step down as the college's chief executive as soon as a successor is found, board chairman Lawrence G. Keeney said Sunday. Leggett, 56, submitted his resignation at Sunday's meeting of the college trustees, Keeney said. Search procedures for a new president will be outlined later, Keeney said. He indicated that a successor will be named before Sept. 1,1975. Before assuming the presidency in 1965, Leggett was provost of the University of Washington at Seattle and had taught at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Ohio State University and the University of Washington. ARIES {March 21-April 19} Be careful of your associations today. Otherwise, you'll get caught in the midst of intrigue that you're better off avoiding. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A friend isn't as open and frank with you as she should be about something you're both involved. Watch out.! GEMINI (May 21-June 20) An alliance that you put considerable faith in is rather flimsy. Rely on yourself more than depending on another. CANCER (June 21-July 22) This is one of your indifferent days when you'll only give your tasks limited attention. You'll neglect entirely something important. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) It won't work out to your advantage if you try today to hide something from your loved one. It's best you keep it all out in front. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) You're likely to make an agreement that you have small intention of keeping just to maintain harmony in a relationship. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) "Don't do today what you can put off until tomorrow" is apt to be your motto. Tomorrow the tasks will seem even more difficult. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You'll feel deprived and neglected if you don't indulge your slightest whims and fancies today. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Situations that revolve around the family are exceptionally confusing and complicated. You'll be a .major contributor. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) You tend to tune in on things more negatively than positively. This gives you a defeatist outlook before you try. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19)Keep a weather eye on your money and other valuable possessions today. Otherwise, you might suffer a loss through carelessness or theft. PISCES (Feb. 20-March20) It would be very difficult for you to get away with anything unethical. Do everything in accordance with your highest ideals. YOUR BIRTHDAY June 11, 1974 This year should be devoted to advancing yourself where status and respect in the eyes of others is concerned. Real achievements can be made if you truly try. MRS. BEN COMES Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Ben (Frances Clara) Comes, 75, of Carroll was celebrated at 1 p.m. Saturday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rev. Bruce A. LeFebvre, who also conducted rites at Mt. Olivet Cemetery. The Rt. Rev. B. V. Greteman of Scranton also was in the sanctuary. Pallbearers were Ronald Mrs. Reibold, Mrs.Garstat Iowa 2000 Event Mrs. Miriam Reibold of Carroll will serve as a life enhancement chairperson and Mary Garst of Coon Rapids will serve as a regional co-chairperson at the Iowa 2000 State Conference in Indianola June 13-14. The two-day meeting on the Simpson College campus will bring together hundreds of people from across Iowa to discuss and develop long-range future planning goals and priorities for the entire state in such key areas as economic development, energy, natural resources and life enhancement. .The state conference culminates, a program that began last January with a statewide telecast hosted by ABC news anchorman Harry Reasoner and then progressed to hundreds of community discussions and eight large regional meetings. Alvin Toffler, author of "Future Schock," and Robert Theobald, another noted futurist, will address the delegates on Thursday, June 13. Gov. Robert Ray, who established the Iowa 2000 program at the request of the General Assembly, will also address the opening session of the conference. University of Iowa President Willard L. Boyd, who has chaired the planning committee appointed by Gov. Ray to carry out the program will deliver concluding remarks at the final afternoon session on June 14. More than 530 delegates and visitors, including Harold Kracht of Westside, attended the 12th annual meeting of the Iowa Conference of the United Church of Christ on the campus of Wartburg College in Waverly, last Wednesday through Friday. They approved a $628,000 annual budget, elected new officers, passed a number of resolutions, attended workshops, heard speeches and presentations, and participated in discussions relating to the theme of the Comes, John MarKs, Ken Wessling, Jim Neuerburg, Louis Wessling and Joseph Schachtner. The Twin Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Relatives and friends attended the funeral from Beatrice and Omaha, Neb.; West Bend, Fonda, Glidden, Templeton, Vail, Scranton, Hawarden, Breda, OdeboK, Anita, Westside, Cedar Rapids, Pocahontas, Lidderdale, Lanesboro, Guthrie Center, Carroll and surrounding area. Mrs. Comes died at her home June 6 after a long illness. ALBERT J.LOVETT LAKE CITY — Albert J. Lovett, 86, of Lake City, a retired clothier, died Monday morning, June 10, at Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City. The funeral mass will be celebrated at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Mary's Catholic Church here, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. E. Tolan officiating. Burial will be in the Lake City Cemetery. Military rites for the World War I veteran will be conducted by the American Legion and V.F.W. Friends may call after noon Tuesday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City. Msgr. Tolan will lead the rosary at 8 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. Lovett was born at Fairfax July 28, 1887, and had lived at Lake City since 1889, when he moved here with his parents, Thomas and Katherine Elizabeth Hannifin Lovett. On Oct. 18, 1919, he married Bertha Reinowski of Carroll; she died in 1963. He was married March 7,1964, to Mrs. Helen O'Brien, who survives. He was a member of St. Mary's Church and Holy Name Society, and was a member and past commander of the American Legion post. Surviving with his wife are a brother, William of Lake City; a sister, Mrs. Ida Gaffney of Storm Lake; two stepchildren, Mrs. Tom (Donna) Willett of Little Rock, Ark., and James O'Brien of Tuscaloosa, Ala.; and nine grandchildren. He was preceded in death by a daughter, Shirley Ann, and three brothers in addition to his first wife. JENNIFER LYNN THIELEN GLIDDEN — Jennifer Lynn Thielen, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thielen of Glidden, was stillborn Sunday afternoon, June 9, at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll. Services were held at 11 a.m. Monday at Mt. Olivet Cemetery in Carroll, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., pastor of Holy Spirit meeting "Faith is ?! " Church, officiating. The Twit which e m p h a s i z e d t h e Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. In addition to her parents, the baby is survived by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thielen and Mr. and Mrs. Art Baumhover of Carroll; and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Eischeid of Halbur, Mrs. Frank Baumhover and P. J. Thielen of Carroll. affirming and questioning aspects of contemporary faith. Schroeders Attend Vow Celebration Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures on the Chicago Board of Trade opened on strong tones today on demand spurred|by the weekend weather, then fell back. Wheat, soybeans and corn futures were up 5 cents a bushel early, while oats rose 4 cents. Soybean meal gained $1 a ton and oil around 40 points. Iced broilers gained l k cent a pound in fairly active trade. These early prices, however, failed to hold after a few minutes and all pits turned generally weak. WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder, Jeri and Kimberly of Westside and Diane Schroeder of Denver, Colo., attended the final vow celebration in the order of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration of their daughter and sister, Sr. Sharon Schroeder, at Lansing on Saturday. They were overnight guests at the convent at Lansing Saturday and returned home Sunday after seeing Sr. Sharon off by plane from La Crosse, Wis. She flew to Houston, Tex., to attend summer classes at the University of St. Thomas. Others from this area attending the event and spending the weekend were Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Rowedder and Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Don Roecker and Sandi of Denison, Mrs. Frank Roecker and Mrs. Ken Roecker of Schleswig and Mrs. Paul Kloewer of Manilla. Mr, and Mrs. John Lawler of Westside, Mrs. Joe Lally of Vail and many nuns from this area also were present for the occasion. En route home the Schroeders visited at the Mark Smith home in Cedar Rapids. Vote Name Change for Iowa Group FORT DODGE, Iowa (AP)— Delegates to the annual convention of the Iowa Association for Retarded Children have voted to change the group's name to Iowa Association for Retarded Citizens (IARC). Keynote speaker Mrs. Rita Charron, mental retardation specialist at the Michigan Department of Social Services, said "thousands of mentally retarded persons in this country are living in inappropriate facilities." The first use of lenses to form a telescope is attributed to Roger Bacon of England, who died in 1292. The largest known opal weights 220 troy ounces and is valued at $210,000. The forests throughout Ontario include about 90 species of trees. Jennifer Lynn Thielen Infant Daughter of Mr. and Mn. lorry Thi«len of Glidden Funeral Services won* held at \ 1 a.m. Monday at Mt. Olivet Cemetery Officiating Rf. Rev. Msgr. Leo lenz V.f. TWIT

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