Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 12, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 12, 1974
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Daily Record COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Edwin L. Haberl, 21, Carroll, and Anette K. Schulte, 20, Westside; William M. Brown, 26, and Alice M. Sondgeroth. 26, both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Carol A. Axman, Dedham, Ford; Merle or Eileen Stoelk, Manning, Chevrolet; Harmon Linn, Jr., Coon Rapids, Suzuki; Frank L. or Marsha D. Comes, Carroll, Chevrolet. Real Estate Transfers- Elmer F. Butler to Larry E. Ransom, Lot 5, Block 7, Maple River Junction. 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Edmund and Helen Schroeder to Edmund H. and Helen Schroeder, Lois 49 and 50, Meyers' Addition to Carroll. Lynn D. and Judy M. Curry to Elmer M. and Pauline F. Behrens, Lot 12, Block 13, Applewood Knolls Addition to Carroll. Dorothy and George Baumhover to Dorothy and George Baumhover, Lot 6, Block 59, Seventh Addition to Carroll. Joe and Clara Beyerink et al to Wilbur Pudenz, Inc., Part of WVfeSEV4. Sec. 35, Twp. 85 N., Range 35W. Frank W. and Mary Farrell Beiter et al to Bernard Uckelman, Lot A of Lot 1, NWViNW 1 /*. Sec. 25, Twp. 84 N., Range 35 W. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admission June 10— Brian L. Best, Glidden Admissions June 11— Michael Wilkins, Carroll Cindy M. Riesberg, Carroll Thomas J. Derner, Carroll Mrs. Jerry Petersen, Exira Janet E. Stout, Carroll Mrs. Mary A. Grossman, Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $2.52 Corn, No. 2 yellow 4.95 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (APHUSDA) — Livestock quotations Wednesday: Hogs: 5,000. Barrows and gilts fully steady. Some sales 25 higher except 300 Ib and heavier weak to 50 lower: 43 head 1-2 223 Ib 24.75; 1-3 200-230 Ib 24.00-24.50; sows 25 to 75 lower; 375-600Ib 17.00-18.00. Cattle: 5,500 cattle and calves. Steers and heifers 50 to 1.00 lower; cows steady; 3 loads choice with end prime 1,075-1,157 Ib steers 36.00; choice 1,000-1,200 Ib 34.50-35.50; 1,2001,350 Ib 33.00-34.75; load high choice and prime 1,046 Ib heifers 36.00; choice 850-1,050 Ib 34.00-35.25; utility and commercial cows 24.50-25.50; utility 25.75-26.00. SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)Sioux City Livestock Market trading for Wednesday: Hogs 9,000; butchers active, fully 25 higher; U.S. 1-3190-240 Ib 23.50-24.00; sows50-1.00low- er; U.S. 1-3 350-650 Ib 17.0017.50. Cattle 2,800; trade slow, slaughter steers and heifers 1.00-1.50 lower; most decline on steers; choice slaughter steers yield grades 2-4 1,000-1,200 Ib 34.50-35.50; mixed good and choice 33.00-35,00; choice and prime slaughter heifers yield grade 3 950 Ib 34.75; mixed good and choice 32.50-33.50. Sheep 100. TESTS MISSILE Army Private First Class Jerald A. Kult, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin J. Kult, Coon Rapids, recently took part in an annual service practice at the NATO missile firing installation on the island of Crete in Greece. Pfc. Kult is a chaparral crewman in Battery D, 3rd Battalion, 67th Air Defense Artillery, 3rd infantry Division in Giebelstadt, Germany. While at the site, crewmen underwent preparation and firing tests of the chaparral missile. The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy and cool tonight with a chance of scattered showers, mostly north. Low around 50 north, mid 50s south. Partly sunny and a little warmer Thursday. High upper 70s to low 80s. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Friday through Sunday Warm and humid with periods of showers and thunderstorms Friday night .and Saturday. Highs 80s to low 90s. Lows 60s to low 70s. Livestock Backers in Washington SIOUX CITY, Iowa (AP)— Two Iowa stockmen and a Nebraska banker are expected to inform a group of congressmen in Washington, D.C., Thursday about the plight of livestock feeders. Ray Switzer. a livestock commission man from Sioux City, said he and Glen Gregg, a Hawarden cattle feeder and Perry Meyer, a banker from Bancroft, Neb., will call for a complete, immediate investigation into the price spread between the cattle feeder and pork producer and what the consumer pays for meat at the retail market. Switzer said the three will address a group of primarily urban congressmen. He said the average price of cattle Monday was $36.23 a hundredweight, compared to $46.42 a year ago. Another dollar was taken off the price Tuesday, he added. Switzer said the situation will be explained with facts and figures and neither subsidies nor resignations would be requested. He said they want urban congressmen to know "just how tough this situation is in the country." Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) - Farm commodity futures moved nervously and over a rather narrow range on the Chicago Board of Trade today. The weather in the Midwest had moderated enough to permit resumption of corn planting and this generally brought more sellers into the corn futures pit. There was a small amount of commercial hedging on the opening and some exporters were among the buyers. Soybean oil was up about 50 points and this tended to influence buying of soybean futures. There were reports of some export business that could thin out the huge oil stocks. Meal prices were down about $2 a ton. After about an hour, soybeans were 3 to 5Va cents a bushel higher, July 5.39; Chicago wheat was 3 lower to 1 Vi> higher, July 3.81V 2 ; Gulf hard red was not traded; corn was unchanged to 2 lower, July 2.75 and oats were '/4 to 1 lower, July 1.38. COOLER For several years, race horses have had identifying numbers tattooed inside their lips to prevent fixing. A few years ago, an enterprising mortician opened the first U.S. drive-in funeral parlor in Atlanta. The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 72 Yesterday's low 54 At 7 a.m. today 47 At 10 a.m. today 64 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall amounted to .10 inch in the 24 hours prior to 10:30 a.m. a year ago today in Carroll. Temperatures varied from a low of 63 to a high of 80 degrees. • Renwanz (Continued From Page 1) six miles southeast of Scranton, Byerly reported. Byerly said the accident occurred sometime between 8:30 and 9 p.m. Tuesday. Byerly said there are six other children in the Renwanz family. Greene County deputy medical examiner Dr. David Decker, of Jefferson, pronounced the boy dead at the scene of the accident. Funeral services will be held at 10:30 a.m. Friday at the United Methodist Church in Scranton, with burial in Willow Township Cemetery, Greene County. Friends may call at the Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home in Scranton after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. There will be a prayer service for the family and friends there at 8 p.m. Thursday. The casket will be taken to the church at 8:30 a.m. Friday for viewing until the hour of services. Timothy, son of Lee Daniel and Lorraine Donna Thompson Renwanz was born at Jefferson Jan. 20, 1971. He was a member of the United Methodist Church at Scranton. Surviving with his parents are four sisters, Debra Ann, Laura Lee, Teresa Kae and Barbara Lynn, and two brothers, Paul Leon and Victor Allen, all at home; and his grandparents, Mrs. W. C. Renwanz of Scranton, Mrs. Beulah Thompson of Council Bluffs and Jesse 0. Thompson of Kent, Wash.; and great-grandmother, Mrs. Laura Wiegert of Fort Cfodge.. -His parental grandfather. W. C. Renwanz, preceded him in death. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Lambert Hackfort and family of Carroll returned Monday from a weekend of visiting relatives in Minnesota. They attended the graduation of their daughter and sister Myra from St. Mary's Junior College in Minneapolis Saturday afternoon. The ceremony was held at Northbrook Auditorium on the University of Minnesota campus. Miss Hackfort received an associate of applied science degree in special education. BOYS STATE REPORTS The six delegates to Boys State selected by Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion gave reports on their recent trip during the Legion's meeting Tuesday night. The delegates were Danny Schenkelberg, David Frank, Mark Bayliss, Brian Tigges, Joe Goblirsch and Ron Bernholtz. Nominations of officers was made during the meeting. •limit, J Bar. WITH THIS COUPON 8S°v D AT. Star Drug THIS OFFER |..__ OA GOOD THRU June 2O limit On* Coupon Per Purchase. Cash Value Limit one coupon per tamiiy. uasn vaiua Limn on* coupon Per Purchase. Cash Vain 1/20 of on* cent. Gov't regulations apply, f 1/20 of 1 cent. Con'l Kejutatlons apply. VALUABI r COUPON COMET 14 Ounce Limit 1 17 Price Without Coupon LIMIT I COUPON PrR PUHCHASr » SAVl VAI UABI » COUPON , .,, EASY-OFF Window Cleaner 38 LIMIT I COUPON PrR PURCHASr STARLINE BALLROOM Carroll, Iowa Friday, June 14 Don G/asser And His Orchestra A great sweet band styled in the Lombardo-Garber-Kaye tradition featuring Lois Cost eflo Lois Costello is without doubt the best vocalist in the band business today. Chamber Endorses Program The Carroll Chamber of Commerce board of directors Tuesday took action in support of locating a vocational training program for high school students in the Carroll area. A resolution adopted by the board at its regular monthly meeting encourages the school boards in the Carroll area to immediately petition the Des Moines Area Community College board of directors to establish a program for Carroll and the immediate area. The area school board was commended by the Chamber board of directors for its efforts to establish "a good comprehensive vocational training program" on the high school level. Members of school boards in the Carroll area were told Monday night by Paul Lowry, superintendent of the Des Moines Area Community College, that $80,000 has been budgeted to assist at least two sites with vocational training programs at the high school level for next year. At the meeting Monday, Eugene Pudenz and Dr. William Blohm, members of the Carroll Community school board said there is a need for such a program in the Carroll area. But they said one of the biggest problems is finding adequate facilities. A vocational training program in the Carroll area would probably deal primarily w.ith auto mechanics and agri-business. A majority of school board members attending the Monday meeting said they were interested in a program in those two areas. Students who would enroll in a vocational training program would receive high school credits towards graduation from the training, Lowry told the group. The courses at a high school vocational training program would be geared so a student would start with more advanced courses on campus . after high school. Robert Blincow, president of the Carroll Chamber, said the Chamber's board of directors will continue to monitor community "Heeds'at all levels, and will communicate those needs to the Chamber's membership when necessary. Walsh Jailed in Des Moines DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Former state senator John Walsh, 34, Dubuque, was being held in the Des Moines city jail Wednesday on charges of aggravated intoxication, malicious, in jury to a building and three assault and battery charges. Police said they were called to the Hyatt House restaurant 6n Des Moines' south side early Wednesday where Walsh was allegedly creating a disturbance. Officers said Walsh kicked three policemen during his arrest. The officers and Walsh were taken to a" hospital for treatment but Walsh reportedly refused treatment for head injuries. He was to be arraigned later Wednesday. 'Different' Lawn Mower Disappears ESTHERVILLE, Iowa (AP)— Estherville police are investigating the disappearance of a different type of lawn mower—nine sheep. Donald Schmaus had borrowed the sheep from a neighbor to help keep the grass on his acreage under control. He said he had them for about 10 days and Tuesday found the gate open and the animals gone. Authorities speculate the ram, two lambs and six ewes were stolen. "I guess you can eat lamb," said Schmaus, "but I don't know about the ram." SENT TO KANSAS Army Sergeant La Noy R. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Peters Jr., Wall Lake, is assigned to the 701st Maintenance Battalion of the 1st Infantry Division at Fort Riley, Kan. Sgt. Peters is a repairman in the battalion's Company B. His wife, Brenda, lives in Ogden, Kan. Deaths, Funerals MRS. EDWARD KROHNKE ARCADIA — Mrs. Edward Krohnke of Schleswig, mother of Mrs. Kenneth (Luella) Peters of Arcadia, died Monday evening, June 10, in an Ida Grove hospital. Services will beheld at 10:30 a.m. Thursday at the United Church of Christ in Schleswig. There will be viewing Jurors for 3rd Quarter Are Named Trial jurors to serve the third quarter for the District Court of Carroll County have been selected, according to Alfred J. Klocke, Clerk of the District Court. The third quarter is from July 1 to Sept. 30. Jurors will be notified by the Clerk of Courts office as to time and place to appear for jury service. Jurors selected are: Carroll — Arlene Behrens, Mary Ann Bliss, Twyla N. Boell, Evelyn Booth, Richard Bromert, Frances Conners, Dixie Crouse, Loretta J. Dow, Viola Earhart, Mildred Gehlsen, Louis W. Grade, Dennis Grossman, Duane Handlos, Judy Haverman, Loretta Heide, James Houlihan, Marian Irlmeier, Darlene Jensen, Thomas Jensen, Neloise Koenig, Helen Kroeger, Omar Langenfeld, Florence McDonough, Louise Meals, Clarence Menke, Luella Menke, William Millender, Betty Neary, Arby Neppl, Rosemary Niceswanger, Fern Odendahl, Lelah Peters, Nancy Raridon, Pearl Quandt, Janice Riebeling, John Riebeling, LaVern Rotert, Fred Satterlee, Larry Schenkelberg, Viola Schleisman, Elmer Schroeder, Hilda Schwarzenbach, Lyle Vorsten, Rita Wiederin and Duane Zavitz. Manning — Blair Barclay, Ruth Crandall, Darlene Graner, Rose Lampe, Donna Riesselman, Golda Sander, Glenn Steinke and Errol Wegner. Glidden — Alice Blackley, Fannie Bruns, Rosemary Gregory, Carolyn Hofstad, . John, McLaughlin, Edna Peters and Reginald Tuel. Coon Rapids — Leslie Blanchard, Dorothy Boss, Thomas Galloway and Gregory Linn. Breda — Joe Fossing, Ruby Rosener and Annette Schapman. Dedham — Lorraine Danner, Eugene Derner, Clarence Fledderman and Frank Meyer. Arcadia — Mary Nieland and Lucille Wittry. Templeton — Agatha Reiman and Patricia Zubrod. •Hostage (Continued From Page 1) The girl's aunt, Margaret Williams, was taken to the heavily guarded apartment shortly before 5 a.m. after the gunman told police he would release his young captive in the woman's custody. Sgt. Kenneth Kelly said that when Mrs. Williams asked the gunman to give her the girl, he replied: "No I won't. Come back tomorrow. The child is staying with me." •Through holes drilled in apartment walls, police said they could see the gunman, Floyd Steele, 56, an ex-convict with a history of mental illness, holding the girl on his lap, a gun to her head. Shortly after Steele turned away the aunt, a police officer sneaked into the apartment through the front door but the gunman spotted him and ordered him to leave, police said. Unable to exit the way he came in, the officer was lowered out a rear window by ropes secured from the floor above, police said. Hundreds of policemen surrounded the low income project and sharpshooters remained in position on nearby rooftops. Steele, paroled last year after serving a prison term for manslaughter in the death of a girlfriend, had been a lodger for the past six weeks with Fred and Peggy Kinsler. Police said he pulled a gun on the Kinslers and the girl, Avril after an argument. Mrs. Kinsler, 32, later escaped by knotting bedsheets into a rope, but injured her hip when she jumped 15 feet from the bottom of the rope. Three shots were heard inside the third floor apartment after the family was taken captive. Wednesday afternoon and evening at the Sims Funeral Home in Schleswig. CHARLES B.JONES Charles B. Jones of Plainfield, Conn., brother of Mrs. Harold E. Deur of Carroll, died Wednesday morning, June 12. He was a former Breda resident and a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Charles B.Jones. Funeral arrangements are pending. Surviving are his wife, Veronica, whose address is RFD 1, R. 12, Plainfield, Conn., 06374; his sister, Mrs. Deur; and a brother, Utley D. Jones of Portland, Ore. F. H. WHITEFIELD BAYARD — Funeral services for F. H. (Bill) Whitefield, 65, of Bayard, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Church of Christ in Bayard, with burial in the Highland Cemetery, Bayard. Mr. Whitefield died in an auto accident south of Glidden June 10. He was born at Bayard May 23, 1909, a son of Walter and Diana Dunston Whitefield, and attended school here. On Oct. 15, 1930, he married Nedra Shaffer of Bayard. He served in the U. S. Army from January, 1943, until November, 1945, in World War II, during which time he was awarded the purple heart. Shortly after his discharge from the Army he entered the plumbing business in Coon Rapids, until 1959, when he retired because of ill health. At that time the Whitefields moved to Kansas City, Kan., and returned to Bayard in March, 1970. Mr. Whitefield had been in failing health for some time and spent much time in the Veterans Hospital, Des Moines, from which he was released a week before his death. For a number of years he was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars.' Surviving are his wife; three daughters, Mrs. Rodney (Delores) Broussard and Mrs. Donald (Darlene) Sapp of Denver, Colo., and Mrs. Gene (Donna) Coffman, Coon Rapids; a son Richard of Ames; 15 grandchildren; one great-grandchild; a brother Fred, Washington State; and two sisters, Mrs. Edgar (Grace) Townsend of Texas, and Mrs. Beck (Ollie) Anderson, Davenport. He was preceded in death by one brother Lance and an infant sister. Pallbearers at the funeral will be Glenn Hilgenberg, Gene Hilgenberg, Dennis Moran and Tom Moore, all of Bayard, Ralph Wheeler and Dewey Conner, Coon Rapids. Starling Funeral Home, Bayard, is in charge of arrangements. IN MEMORY OF Timothy Carl Renwanz RR Scranton — Age 3 Funeral services 10:30 a.m. Friday at United Methodist Church Scranton Prayer service 8 p.m. Thursday at the Oahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home, Scranton Casket will be moved to the church Friday at 8:30 a.m. to lie in state. Interment: Willow Cemetery Friends may call at the Oahn & Woodhouse Funeral Home after 7:30 p.m. Wednesday DAMN AND WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES IN MEMORY OF Mrs. Alvie H. Steffes Glidden — Age 54 Friends may call at the Oahn & | Woodhouse Funeral Home I in Carroll Rosary 8 Wednesday by the parish Scriptural Prayer Service 8:45 Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection 10a.m. Thursday Holy Spirit Church Officiating Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo leni V.F. Interment West Lawn Cemetery Glidden DAHN& WOODHOUSE FUNERAL HOMES

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