Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 18, 1974 · Page 2
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1974
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The Weather IOWA FORECAST Partly cloudy tonight and Wednesday. Chance of scattered showers or thundershowers. Not as cool tonight. Low mid 50s northeast, upper 60s southwest. High Wednesday low 80s northeast, around 90 southwest. IOWA EXTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday: Partly cloudy and mild through the period with a chance of showers mostly in east sections of the state early Thursday and SHOWERS Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, June 18, 1974 or again Friday night u i Saturday. Highs upper 70s to mid 80s. Lows upper 50s to lower 60s. The Weather in Carroll ' Daily T*m£>sra!ures Courtesy c! 'c«a Pubi'C Service Co •• Yesterday's high 76 Yesterday's low 46 At7a.m. today 61 At 10a.m. today 75 Weather A Year Ago— High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 87 and the low. 65 degrees. Registration Opens for Detasselers Young people and adults interested in working as detasselers this summer may now register for these jobs at the State Employment Service offices at 510 North Clark Street, Carroll, and 1410 Broadway, Denison. Frank Lapitz, manager of the local office, said today. Fined $25 on Charge of Intoxication AUDUBON — Joseph J. Lewis, 58. of Harlan. was arrested Saturday night at Hamlin by Deputy Sheriff Duane Avey and charged with •public intoxication. Lewis was jailed overnight and appeared Sunday morning before District Court Magistrate Joe Sklenar. He pleaded guilty_ and was fined S25 and costs. POLKING REUNION "BREDA — A family reunion was held at the Clem G. Polking home in Breda last Sunday. Attending dinner were the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. James Polking and family. Omaha, Neb., Dr. John C. Polking, Houston, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. William Polking, Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Polking and family. Charlotte, N.C., and Joe Polking, Washington, D.C. Other guests from a distance were Col. and Mrs. Warren Polking, Guadalupita, N.M. Tassel pulling is expected to begin in this area early in July. Lapitz said that most registrants are expected to be 14 years of age or older. All detasseling workers must have their social security- cards with them when they register. The manager suggested that persons without the cards should request "temporary notice" forms at the time they apply for them at the nearest social security office. These forms will show that cards have been applied for and will be sufficient for detasseling registration. Detasselers registering with the State Employment Service office will be assigned to fields as close to their home as possible. Transportation to and from the fields is generally provided. The work is under adult supervision at all times. Most local detasseling employers pay $1.85 an hour. Arcadia toTest Warning Siren Wednesday The Arcadia Fire Department will test its emergency warning siren Wednesday, June 19, at 7:30 p.m. Fire officials said the first siren blast will be the tornado warning system, and the second siren in the evening will be the town's fire alarm. The third blast is a test of the ,civil defense siren, officials said. Rules to Uphold Rate Hike Federal Power Commission Administrative Law Judge. Ernest 0. Eisenberg. issued an initial decision today concluding that a proposed $102.000 annual wholesale electric rate increase which Iowa Public Service Company, of Sioux City, has been collecting from 10 Iowa municipals and two cooperatives since November 16. 1972 is just and reasonable and should remain in effect. The decision is subject to Commission review. Judge Eisenberg also ruled to terminate the refund obligations which the FPC imposed on Iowa Public Service when it suspended the effective date of the proposed increase. The proceeding involves an August 2, 1972. proposal by IPS to increase its rates in Anthon, Aplington, Auburn, Denver, Dunkerton. Fonda, Hudson, Livermore. Pocahontas and Sergeant Bluff, and to Farmers Cooperative Light and Power Company of Goldfield and Lincoln Light and Power Cooperative. The FPC in September of 1972 suspended the increase for 45 days until November 16. Judge Eisenberg said that opposition during a hearing last year to the proposed increase was based on contentions that the Company was bound by fixed rate contracts; the proposed increases do not conform to Commission regulations; Iowa Public Service was engaged in unfair competition with the municipal customers because of the relationship between its proposed wholesale rates and its retail rates; the Company was using an improper metering method; and service being rendered was not commensurate with the higher rates. Parties to the proceeding have 30 days in which to file exceptions to the Administrative Law Judge's decision. The Commission has another 10 days after that to initiate a review on its own motion if no exceptions are filed. Daily Record COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Randy J. Plotz. 19, and Vicki J. Fuller, 19. both of Carroll; John D. Wessling. 23. and Susan M. Bauer. 22, both of Carroll; Charles D. Hill. 25. and Carla S. Talbott. 18. both of Carroll. New Vehicles Registered— Dean A. McCoy. Lanesboro, Ford; Barbra'j. Sickels, Glidden, Ford; Robert L. Wernimont. Carroll. Ford: Roberta K. Tigges. Carroll, Chevrolet; Ricky L. Calhoun. Carroll. Chevrolet; Fullerton Lumber Co.. Carroll. International; Larry J. Mersch, Carroll. Chevrolet; David M. Imming, Carroll, Ford; V and S Livestock, Inc.. Carroll, Hobbs trailer; Garst Co., Coon Rapids, Ford. Real Estate Transfers— Stephen and Mary' G. Garst and David and Georgeanne Garst to Sheryl R. Fuchs. part of Lots 1 and 2. Block 1. Templeton. Bernice Siekler to Lewis S. and Marian E. Voyles, Lot 9. Block 35, Second Addition to Carroll. FIRE DEPARTMENT Called to Pool- Carroll firemen were called to the Carroll Swimming Pool Monday night when an oil burner on the hot water heater overheated and began smoking, pool manager Don Templemeyer said. Templemeyer reported no damage. Corn Husks Fire— Carroll firemen extinguished a fire on the Don Wieland farm about four miles north of Carroll Monday afternoon. Firemen said com husks burning near a wood fence got out of control and threatened a barn and a grainery on the farm. Mrs. Wiela.nd reported minor damage to the fence. spurcjeons Blanket Event! WHILE THEY LAST! Blanket prices will be up this fall! But we-committed ourselves to these values last year — and we pass the savings on to you! Hurry in for double savings — take these home today! Fantasy Solids 5 97 Luscious Beacon polyester fleece blankets—machine wash and dryable! 72x90 fits full or twin. Blue, lime, yellow or tangerine. 102x90 fits full or queen 8.97 Kiddie Prints 7 47 Beacon acrylic blankets, whip- stitched so the pattern can go to the edge! Treated to reduce shedding; washable. 72x90 fits twin, full and bunk beds. Mopsy Dolls or Cartoon Animals on yellow. Electric Blankets | 7 97 Fully automatic single control Beacon blanket in polyester/ acrylic, 72x84. Spurgeon's guarantees the electrical parts for 2 years! Blue, avocado, gold. Dual control 20.97 SPURGEON'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 792-1656 Blanket Yourself With Savings At Spurgeon's! Charge It! • Buses (Continued From Page 1) the issue. Rejoining the Iowa Association of School Boards was also discussed. Board president Dr. rs'. J. Gradoville read a letter from the association urging the district to rejoin, but no action was taken. Tessmer gave a report on .the ; djst,rict's Title I budget. He said the budget for the 1973-74 school year was $69,005, with an increase to 877,750 for the district next year. Of that amount, $11,190 Hill be used for summer school activities beginning JulyS. The summer school activities will include classes for pre-school through third grade which will run four weeks with morning classes daily. About 260 students will be involved in the summer school activities. The board approved Tessmer's summer school plan and his recommendation of personnel, The Federal JTitle I funds will pay for most of the summer school expenses. The next regularly scheduled meeting will be held July 8 at Fairview School. Approval of the budget will be on the July 8 agenda. Board (Continued From Page 1) with the balance "we will not get answers and then we won't do anything." Another factor entered into the original decision in May to return the money — that of the county system being taken over by an area system July 1, 1975. Dr. Michael Hall, board president, told the board there was the possibility that with the balance the area system would assume nearly a quarter of a million dollars when the area system went into effect. Under the area system design, the area agency will assume all assets and liabilities of the county school systems it takes over in July of 1975. In other action Monday night, the board voted to hire Linda Goodell, Ann Poland and Frank Hermsen as elementary guidance counselors for the coming school year. Salaries for the three are $10,500 for Miss Goodell, $13,500 for Mrs. Poland and $11,300 for Hermsen. The board also accepted the resignation of Gary Halva as an elementary guidance counselor. The board also hired Darryl Six as a work study coordinator for the 1974-75 school year at an annual salary of $9,500. Randi Stoner was hired as a learning disabilities teacher at $10,400 ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions June 15— Mrs. Alvin Haberl. Lohrville Brenda L. Puck. Carroll Dimo Evanoff. Templeton Admissions June 16— Mrs. Peter Hausman. Carroll Mrs. William Schon Jr.. Glidden John Buchholz, Carroll Mrs. Margaret Sapp. Carroll Mrs. John Scharfenkamp. Lidderdale Matthew Romey. Templeton Mrs. Floyd Stevens, Scranton M A N N I N G G E N E R A L HOSPITAL Admissions June 10— Mrs. Harry Petersen. Westside Leonard Willenborg. Bayard Allen Grundmeier. Westside Labert Stahl Jr., Manning Dismissals June 10— Mrs. Herman Kienast. Manning Mrs. Bess Wycoff. Manning Mrs. Harold Vehrs. Manning Glen Struve. Manning Admissions June 11— Dean Mundt. Manning Dewey Hargens, Westside Admissions June 12— Mrs. Charles Stuhr. Manning John Menck, Auburn Harvey Freese. Manning Dismissals June 12— Labert Stahl Jr.. Manning Mrs. Dennis Dunkin and son. Wall Lake Mary Ellen Pedersen. Irwin Dismissals June 13— Dewey Hargens. Westside Dean Mundt, Manning Admissions June 13— Robert Stafford. Wall Lake Walter Bogue. Lake View Mrs. Wm. C. Meyer Sr.. Lake View- Dismissals June 14— Mrs. Charles Stuhr. Manning Harvey Freese. Manning (Transferred to VA Hospital) Admission June 15— Craig Hacker. Templeton Dismissals June 15— Leonard Willenborg. Bayard Mrs. Wm. Ten Eyck. Dow City Dismissal June 16— Allen Grundmeier. Westside Births- Mr, and Mrs. Glenn Determann, Wall Lake, a son Bruce Alan. June 12 at Loring Hospital in Sac City. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ogren of Lake View and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Determann of Early. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Plagman, Audubon. a son Matthew John. June 5 at the Shelby County Memorial Hospital. Harlan. Grandparents are the Russell Kauffmans of Audubon and Leroy Plagmans of Kimballton. Mrs. Anna Byriel, Audubon, is great- grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. John Andersen, Hiawatha, a daughter Lynn Michelle, June 7. Grandparents include Mr. and Mrs. Ed K. Andersen, Audubon. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Andreasen. Audubon, a son David Eugene, June 3 at Audubon County Memorial Hospital. The grandparents are Mrs. Hildur Andreasen, Audubon, and Melvin Killeen of Westside. Mrs. Josephine Killeen of Carroll is the great-grandmother. Birth— ANAHEIM, Calif. - Mr. and Mrs. John Lenz, Anaheim, a son, June 14. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenz of Carroll. Birth- Mr, and Mrs. Dennis Wolf, Jefferson, a son, Tuesday Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ...$5.10 Corn, No. 2 yellow 2.52 Oats 1.30 OMAHA, Neb. (AP)— USDA-Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 4,500 ; Barrows and gilts 2.00-3.00 higher. US 1-3 195230 Ib 31.00-31.50; some lots late 31.75-32.00; 230-250 Ib 30.50-31.50; sows 1.00-2.00 higher; 325-600Ib, 22.00-23.00. a year and Karen Thompson was hired as a speech pathologist for the coming year at a salary of $10,000. The board will not meet in regular session in July, and has scheduled its next regular meeting for Monday, Aug. 19, at 8 p.m. in the county education building at the corner of U.S. 30 and Adams Street. Children's Production Scheduled The Carroll Community Theatre will present a children's production on July 19 and 20. This year's emphasis will be on pantomime. The shows will be directed by April Edwards. Tryouts will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. June 21 and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday at the First Presbyterian Church. The plays contain parts for 30 persons. Others are needed for technical and stage work. Youth from six years through high school are encouraged to compete for parts. Any child under six may try out if accompanied by an adult. Memorial Established for Librarian The Carroll Public Library board of trustees decided to establish a memorial to the late Sara R. Stevens, head librarian for 40 years, at their meeting Monday at the library. Miss Stevens served in her position from 1923 until her retirement in 1963. A designated amount of the book budget will be used to purchase books in her memory. Special bookplates will be printed and placed in each book. Miss Stevens died on April 25.1974. Gordon S. Wade, library director, reported the resignation of the assistant librarian. Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton. The board' voted to keep the library open until 8:30 p.m. on Mondays as a convenience to library patrons unable to attend during the regular summer hours. In his librarian's report, Wade said that library use as measured by the number of materials borrowed showed a five per cent gain for the first five months of 1974 as compared to last year. He also reported on the FILMS Inc. meeting in Des Moines and a meeting of the Librarian's Advisory Council to the Northwest Regional Library System in Sioux City. Wade and Robert S. Bruner. board president, told the other trustees that the library's budget for the 18 month period ending June 30. 1975. was accepted by the city as amended at the April meeting. The trustees also reviewed all policy decisions made over the last 104 years and made some revisions. The minimum wage policy adopted at the last meeting will be retained. The head librarian discussed the possibility of leaving some furniture and fixtures behind when the move to the new library is made. Wade indicated that the Carroll County Historical Society is interested in a number of these items. The board president will check into the legalities of this procedure and report back to the board at the next meeting. Other library trustees attending the meeting were Mrs.Robert Blincow, Mrs. John Gnam, Dr. Homer L. Skinner, Robert A. Wright, James W. Wilson and Dr. J. G. Donovan. The next board meeting will be the first Monday in October. • Beef (Continued From Page 1) pound. The market late last week was 34 to 35 cents a pound, and feeders claimed they were losing up to $200 a head. The USDA spokesman said the higher prices didn't appear to be bringing in the cattle and that the feeders "all seem to be holding." He said he didn't believe cattle raisers would rush to bring their cattle to market even if the price rise continued. "They'll hang on for a while, hoping for that extra dollar." Deaths, Funerals MRS. X. C. NADY Word has been received here of the death of Mrs. Jennie Nady, 82, of Youngtown, Ariz., and formerly of Manning. Mrs. Nady died June 11 at the Camellia Care Center in Denver, Colo. She had been in failing health for three years. She was born in Fairfield, Iowa, Feb. 26, 1892, to James A. and Elizabeth Allen Wray. On June 4, 1917, she married X.C. Nady in Fairfield. Mrs. Nady was a teacher in the Fairfield area, Des Moines and Stanwood, and had lived in Des Moines, Manning and Tipton. Mr. Nady was an attorney in Manning and at one time headed the census for Carroll County. The funeral for Mrs. Nady was held Monday at St. Mary Catholic Church in Fairfield. HENRY F. KELTING —Times Herald Newsservice MANNING — Military funeral services were held at San Pablo, Calif., June 17 for Henry F. Kelting, 74. He was a native of Manning, and a son of Lorenz and Aurea Kelting. Surviving are a daughter, Lucile; six stepchildren and three sisters, Mrs. Grover (Emma) Bartels, Mrs. Earl -(Henriette) White of South St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. Cletus (Christine) McMahon, Des Moines. GER1SCHARFENKAMP LIDDERDALE — Graveside rites for Geri Lynn Scharfenkamp, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs, John H. Scharfenkamp of Lidderdale, were held at 4 p.m. Monday at Holy Family Cemetery here. The Rev. Jerome A. Deganofficiated. The baby died June 17 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital in Carroll, where she was born earlier in the day. Her mother is the former Karen Ann Rettenmaier. Surviving in addition to her parents are two sisters, Lori and Lisa; three brothers, Jeffrey, Thomas and Jon; and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rettenmaier of Breda. The Twit Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. CORVEN L. THOMAS SCRANTON — Final rites for Corven L. Thomas, 76, of Scranton, who died June 13 at Council Bluffs, were held at 10:30 a.m. Monday at the United Methodist Church here, with the Rev. David Barker officiating. "The Old Rugged Cross" and "Whispering Hope" were played as special selections by the organist, Mrs. Carol Teeters. Pallbearers were Orvie Umbaugh, Verne Wright, Kenneth Wolf, Daniel Petersen. Lloyd Pemble and Board of Trade CHICAGO (AP) — Wheat futures advanced nearly 12 cents a bushel on the Chicago Board of Trade today, but fell back under profit-taking. Soybean futures were weak, along with soybean meal, but soybean oil was up about 25 points. Corn and oats prices were irregular. Iced broilers were down about Vfe cent a pound, reflecting a flurry of profit-taking in red meat futures. The demand for wheat futures was strong on the opening bell and prices quickly rose nearly 12 cents before local professionals took profits. Merle Eberle. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery. The Dahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home of Scranton was in charge of arrangements. TEMPLE RICHARDSON SAC CITY - Temple Richardson, 90, of Sac City died June 16 in a nursing home at Olivia, Minn. Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Farber and Otteman Funeral Home, Sac City, with burial in the Schaller Cemetery. The Rev. Larry Peters, minister of the United Methodist Church of Nemaha, will officiate. Mr. Richardson is survived by a daughter, Mrs. Chester (Frances) Hatch of Olivia; six grandchildren and several great-grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Sarah Hellman of Nemaha and Mrs. Henry (Ruth) Ploeger of Early; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Irene Richardson of Sac City. Mr. Richardson had gone to Olivia about two months ago and became ill while there. He was hospitalized before entering the nursing home. HENRY A. SCHWABE ROSELLE — Mass of the resurrection for Henry A. Schwa be, 74, of Roselle was celebrated at 1 p.m. Monday at Holy Angels Church here by the Rev. Richard Birdsall of Maple River. Pallbearers were grandsons, including Ronald and Larry Bellcock, Richard and Glen Eickman, Dale Gehling and Gary Hofi'man. The Sharp Funeral Home of Carroll was in charge of arrangements. Mr. Schwabe died June 14 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, after being in failing health for several years. Attending the funeral were relatives and friends from Portland, Colton and Mulino, Ore.; Etin, Neb.; Manilla,Sac City, Templeton, Arcadia, Breda, Coon Rapids, Odebolt, Westside, Manning, Carroll and surrounding communities. MRS. MARY RIEFF Mass of the resurrection for Mrs. Mary Anna Rieff, 82, of 2930 Sheridan Road, Chicago, 111., will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in Holy Spirit Church here by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. A former Carroll resident, Mrs. Rieff died at 10:40 p.m. June 16 at Augustana Hospital, Chicago. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Home after 7 p.m. Tuesday. The rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Tuesday and at 3 and 8 p.m. Wednesday. Mrs. Rieff, daughter of John and Ida Zoeller Beisch, was born at Carroll Nov. 12, 1891. She was married here at SS. Peter and Paul Church to Albert D. Rieff on Feb. 13, 1917. He died Feb. 4,1960, and for the last 12 years she lived in Chicago with her daughters, Evelyn and Marie Rieff. Before moving to Chicago she lived for many years at 108 North East Street. She was a member of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church. Chicago. Surviving in addition to the two daughters with whom she lived are two sons, Paul of Des Moines and Carl of Onawa; another daughter, Mrs. Carl (Lucille) Freiman of Deerf ield, 111. ; five grandchildren and two great-grandchildren; and four brothers, Joseph D. Beisch of Carroll, George Beisch of Chicago, Albert Beisch of Manning and Herman Beisch of Pacific Grove, Calif. Two brothers, Frank and Leo Beisch, preceded her in death besides her husband. Mrs. Mary Rieff Joseph H. Stanal ru:.««_ III:__L. A__ oo ~ ^ Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Faint signs of a downturn in some short-term interest rates fed the stock market's current obsession today, bringing prices back from early morning lows. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was up 0.39 at 833.62. Shortly after opening, the blue-chip indicator was off more than 2 points'in a carryover of Monday's 9.86 decline. Declines beat back advances 2 to 1, however, among 1,456 issues traded on the New York Stock Exchange. Trading was light. , Illinois —Age 82 (Formerly of Carroll) Friends may call at the Twit Funeral.Home after 7:00 p.m. Tuesday Rosary 8:00 p.m. Tuesday Rosary 3:00 and 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Mass of the Resurrection 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Church, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Leni officiating Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery Carroll — Age 84 Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home, Carroll, after 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Rosary: 3:00 p.m. Tuesday 8:00 p.m. Tuesday by Holy Spirit Parish Mass of the Resurrection: 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at Holy Spirit Church Officiating: Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Interment: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel TWIT SHARP FUNERAL HOME Carroll, Iowa Serving Carroll 33 yean

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