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I Deaths, Funerals Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, July 30, 1974 CHARLES W. COPELAND LITTLE ROCK, ARK. Charles W. Copeland, 25, of Little Rock, Ark. died Thursday, July 25 here. Services were Saturday in Monette, Ark. Mrs. Copeland is the former Ida Stangl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Stangl, former Dedham residents. Survivors include his wife Ida, daughter Rianda, his parents, two sisters and grandmother. KATHLEEN TRAEUMER Word has been received here that Kathleen Traeumer died last week in Cedar Rapids. Services were held Saturday at Inter Nashotahs, Wise. Mrs. Traeumer was the mother of the Rev. Paul Trauemer, former priest-in-charge of Trinity Episcopal Church in Carroll. • MARY FREKING BREDA — Mary Freking, 96, died at 6 a.m. Tuesday, July 30 at the St. Anthony Nursing Home in Carroll where she has been a resident for the past 11 years. Mass of the Resurrection will be at 1 p.m. Thursday at St. Bernard's Church here with the Rev. J. Charles Yetmar officiating. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery here. Friends may call at the Sharp Funeral Home here after 4 p.m. Wednesday. A rosary will be recited by the parish Wednesday at 8 p.m. and at 8:45 by the Christian Mothers Sodality of St. Bernard's Parish. A daughter of Henry and Theresia Grueterman she was born Oct. 25, 1877 in Breda where she spent her youth. She married Bernard Schroeder at St. Bernard's 'Church Jan. 28, 1902. They moved to Varina for one year then returned to Breda. Mr. Schroeder died Dec. 15, 1916. She married Clem Freking on Nov. 18, 1919. They farmed in' the Breda area until they retired in 1936 and moved to Breda. Mr. Freking died Oct. 31,1952. Mrs. Freking was a member of St. Bernard's Church and the Christian Mothers Sodality of St. Bernard's Parish. Surviving is one daughter Mrs. Herman (Regina) Freking, LeMars; two sons Julius and Joseph Schroeder; nine grandchildren; 35 great grandchildren; three step daughters Mrs. John (Rose) Nieland, Auburn; Mrs. Ed (Clara) Huegerich, Fonda; and Julia Freking, Breda; three step sons Arnold and Albert Freking, Carroll and Henry Freking, Breda; seven step grandchildren; and eight step great grandchildren. Four sisters, two brothers, one son-in-law, two great grandchildren and two step grandsons preceded her in death. Wall Street NEW YORK (AP) - Inflation worries kept the stock market in retreat today. The noon Dow Jones average of 30 industrials was down 4.54 at 766.35, and losers maintained a 3-2 edge on gainers on the New York Stock Exchange. Analysts said concern over the recent upsurge in commodity prices continued to set a negative tone for the market, smothering a weak attempt at a technical rally as trading opened. Clorox was the most active NYSE issue, unchanged at 9. A 147.000-share block of the stock traded at 9 Vs. On the American Stock Exchange, the market value index was down .33 at 78.80. General Motors skidded 1% to 41 7 /s, its lowest price in more than a decade. FRANCES WITTROCK Mass of the Resurrection for Frances Wittrock, who died Thursday, July 25 was held at 10 a.m. Monday at the St. Lawrence Church. The mass was concelebrated by the Rev. James Smith, Msgr. A. W. Behrens and the Rev. Jerome Koenig. Msgr. Henry Karhoff was also in the sanctuary. Burial was in St. Augustine's Cemetery, Halbur with the Rev. Victor Kollasch officiating. Pallbearers were her sons, Alfred, Charles, Clarence, Merlin, Gerald and Ronald. Friends and relatives attending the services were from Milford, Manning, Templeton, Wall Lake, Farnhamville, Sibley, Anita, Fonda, Halbur, Roselle, Rock Rapids, Willey, Rockwell City, Newell, Massena, Spencer, Bancroft, Lohrville, Geddes, S.D.; Armour, S.D.; Wilmont, Minn.; Fordyce, Neb.; Hartington, Neb.; Minneapolis, Minn.; and Wynot, Neb. Arrangements were made under the direction of the Sharp Funeral Home. Astrology Wednesday July 31,1SH4 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) It will take lots of persistence and stick-to-itivness to achieve what you go after now. Be prepared so you can overcome. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Individuals with limited views will rub you the wrong way. Rather than let them upset you, avoid their company. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Someone you're quite chummy with who is always running out of something or other, will be borrowing from you again shortly. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Maybe the reason you're not getting all the co-operation you should from others is because you're too insistent upon doing things your way. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Give a little more attention than usual to health matters. Get lots of rest and sufficient exercise so you'll feel your best. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) There's a problem developing among friends you mix with socially. You may shortly find yourself having to take a side. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) If you have a little problem at home, do your best to resolve it as quickly as possible or the chill will linger for a few days. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You're so set on your own ideas that you'll fail to hear the suggestion of another who is trying to be helpful. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) The next couple days, be extra wise and prudent in the management of your money and property. Think twice before making loans. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) It will seem like everything you want to do at this time is stymied by' something you have no control over. Be patient, it will pass. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) It's best to resign yourself to the fact that what you're working on now is going to take some real effort if it's to be successful. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) If you're involved with a club or organization, you will get tapped for a chore that the other members are dodging. YOUR BIRTHDAY July 31,1974 This year you'll work harder to make more of whatever you put your mind to. Set your sights high so you'll really have something to boast of at year's end. Markets Daily Record Mary Freking Age 96 — Breda Friend* may call at trie Sharp Funeral Home in Breda after 4 p.m. Wednesday. Rotary at 8 p.m. Wednesday by St. Bernard's Parish Rosary at B:45 p.m. Wednesday by the Christian Mothers Mass of the Resurrection 1 p.m. Thursday at St. Bernard's Church, Breda Officiating Fr. J. Charles Yetmar Interment St. Bernard's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Breda, Iowa Regents Grant Pay Increases DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A salary increase averaging 12.5 per cent for nonacaaemic employes ot the State Board of Regents was approved by the Iowa Executive Council Monday. The plan, previously approved by the regents, provides a 7.5 per cent cost of living increase to about 7,500 employes, plus adjustments in the regents' merit system, longevity pay boosts and other adjustments averaging 5 per cent per employe. The raises go to nonacademic employes at the three state universities, the Braille and Sight Saving School in Vinton and the School for the Deaf in Council Bluffs. GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $8.60 Corn, No. 2 yellow 3.60 Oats 1.65 OMAHA, Neb.i(AP) ( USD A ) — Livestock quotations Tuesday: Hogs: 7,000; barrows and gilts steady to 50 lower; 60 head 1-2 around 220 Ib 37.25; 1-3 210-260 Ib 36.50-37.00; sows steady to 25 lower; 300-625 Ib 26.50-30.00. Cattle: 7,000 cattle and calves; choice steers mostly 50 higher, instances 75-1.00 higher; good and low choice mostly steady; standard and low good weak; choice heifers 25-50 hgher; others steady; cows 50-1.00 lower; two loads high choice and prime 1,175-1,300 Ib steers 47.50; choice 975-1,300 Ib 45.00-46.50; few loads choice and prime 950-1,000 heifers 44.25-44.50; choice 800-1,025 Ib 42.50-44.00; utility and commercial cows mainly 21.50-22.50; a few 23.00-24.00. Sheep: 400; spring slaughter lambs strong to 75 higher; slaughter ewes steady; choice spring slaughter lambs 37.0039.50; few utility ewes 7.00-8.00. Estimated receipts Wednesday: Cattle and calves 6,000; hogs 6,000; sheep 500. DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)-(USDA) Iowa-southern Minnesota direct hogs: Estimated receipts Tuesday 70,000; actual receipts Monday 86,000; week ago 59,000; year ago 60,000. Movement rather slow; demand good; butchers 25 lower, instances 50 lower; U.S. 1-3 200-230 Ibs at country points 35.00 to mostly 35.25; packing plants 35.25-35.75, mostly 35.50-35.75; sows steady to instances 25 lower, U.S. 1-3 270-330 Ibs 27.25-28.25. •Pioneer (Continued From Page 1) Drake University for a time. She taught a rural school for two years, and the salary then was about $30 a month. Mrs. Freeman also recalled that a team and wagon furnished the transportation "everywhere we went." She vividly remembers the annual trip to the Fourth of July celebration at Exira. When she was 18 she was married to Frank L. Freeman at the home of the Congregational church minister in Exira. That was on Dec. 11, 1888. Her husband was a merchant in Brayton for many years. He died in 1938. She lived at Friendship Home for more than 14 years, but until then always had maintained her home in Brayton. The old town of Oakfield is gone. Survivors include three daughters, Mrs. Lewis (Pluma) Heath of Atlantic, Mrs. L. E. (Marie) Jensen of Audubon, and Mrs. Lou Hicks of El Paso, Tex.; three grandchildren; 10 great-grandchildren; eight great-great-grandchildren; and one great- great-great-grandchild. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday in the Brayton Lutheran church, of which she was a member. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen of Audubon, will officiate. Burial will be in the Oakfield cemetery east of Brayton. The body is at the McFadden Funeral home. Personals— Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berns and son Stuart of Des Moines visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Loos in Payson, 111. over the weekend. A supper party was given for Chad Loos on his first birthday Saturday. Grandparents Mr. and Mrs. William Loos and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Echtenkamp also attended. COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Rick D. Simons, 18, Glidden and Deanne L. Bolster, 18, Carroll; Allen L. Muhlbauer, 24, and Paula L. Warner, 18, both of Manning; James D. Von Bon, 20, Dedham, and Marjorie A. Montgomery, 21, Carroll. Real Estate Transfers- Harold L. and Adriana N. Hylton to Gregory F. and Catherine M. Schroeder, Lot 11, Block 1, Fourth Parkview Addition to Carroll. Jack M. and Margaret A. Stangl to Orville K. and Norma D. Truitt, Lot 21, Block 3, Third Parkview Addition to Carroll. Kenneth D. and Mary Ebner to Harold,C. and Jeanette E. O'Rourke, Lot 4, Block 3, Rolling Hills Addition to Carroll. Orville K. and Norma D. Truitt to David A. and Janice M. Williams, Lot 4, Block 84, Whitney's Third Addition to Carroll. New Vehicles Registered- Rick Vanderheiden, Carroll, Pontiac; Foley Rest Home, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Wayne or Lila Schroeder, Manning, Pontiac: Gree L. Menke, Carroll, Suzuki; V. V. Olesen, Carroll, Chevrolet. POLICE DEPARTMENT Hits Pole— A car driven by Steve P. Windschitl, Carroll, swerved to avoid a bicylce rider in Graham Park Monday night and hit a utility pole, police reported. There were no injuries. Car-Bike Accident— Mary B. Testroet, 8, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Testroet, Carroll, was taken to a medical clinic after she was injured in a car-bicycle accident Monday evening. Miss Testroet was crossing U.S. 30 on her bike at North East Street when she rode into a car driven by Cordellia M. Steffes, Templeton. Backing Accident— A car driven by Fred F. Ortner, backed into a car driven by Joe Wernimont, Carroll in North West Street near 17th, police said. The accident occurred Monday morning just after Wernimont had backed from a parking stall, police reported. There were no injuries. •Loans (Continued From Page 1) private sources. A spokesman for the department's Farmers Home Administration said on Monday that county offices of the agency will be authorized to approve guarantees of up to $35,000 each, while larger guarantees — up to the $250,000 limit — will have to be cleared with district offices. Applications will be accepted over the next 12 months and possibly up to 18 months if still required, the law states. The loans can be repaid over three years and renewals of up to two additional years can be authorized in appropriate cases. Interest rates will be determined between lenders and borrowers. Museum for Bertrand Out MISSOURI VALLEY, Iowa (AP)—It appeared Monday that plans for a museum to display artifacts from the riverboat Bertrand have been sunk. Instead, plans were reported under way to disperse the estimated two million items which have been recovered from the sunken boat to state and federal agencies. Maria Sornson, curator for the small museum at the DeSoto National Wildlife Refuge, said "plans for the large museum are sunk. It would take more money than Congress is willing to come up with." The Weather IOWA FORECAST Fair through Wednesday. Low tonight mid 50s east, low 60s west. A little warmer Wednesday. High low 80s east, upper 80s west. IOWA E XTENDED FORECAST Thursday through Saturday— Partly cloudy with a chance of thundershowers Thursday. Fair Friday and Saturday. Slightly below normal temperatures. Highs CLEAR mostly upper 70s to mid 80s. Lows in the mid 50s to low 60s/ The Weather in Carroll (Daily Temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public Service Co.) Yesterday's high 83 Yesterday's low 55 At 7 a.m. today 52 At 10a.m. today 73 Weather A Year Ago— Rainfall amounted to 1.71 inches in Carroll in the 24 hours prior to 7 a.m. a year ago today. High temperature was 81 and the low, 62 degrees. Magistrate Court Pleads Guilty— James Briggs, Carroll, pleaded guilty in Magistrate Raymond Snook's court Friday to a charge of false drawing and uttering of a bank check. Briggs was fined $100 plus court costs. ST. ANTHONY REGIONAL HOSPITAL Admissions July 27— Dean P. Heim, Auburn Mrs. Henry J. Niehaus, Arcadia John H. Wiemann, Exira Mrs. Jack K. Dryden, Carroll Admissions July 28— Dierk K. Halverson, Coon Rapids Carol J. Grimm, Coon Rapids Admissions July 29— Leonard Schechinger, Carroll Bill D. Gehlsen, Carroll Harry Copenhaver, Glidden Rebecca J. Walker, Scranton Karen A. Beming, Carroll Teresa J. Janssen, Dedham Mrs. Louis Campbell, Exira Richard A. Petersen, Hamlin Mrs. Willie Kunecke, Carroll Mrs. Janice Black, Exira MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL Manning, Iowa Dismissals July 22— Bertha Genzen, Manning Ella Manford, Manilla Dismissal July 23— Mrs. Hugo Frehse, Denison Dismissal July 24— Frank Pfannkuch, Manning Admissions July 25— Mrs. Mary Handles, Manning Mrs. Raymond Middleton, Bagley August Mundt, Manning Admissions July 26— Mrs. Wyatt Hartman, Lake View J. T. Hallahap, New York City Dismissal July 26— Mrs. Mary Handles, Manning Admission July 27— Mrs. Ella Millard, Lake View Dismissal July 27— Mrs. Raymond Middleton, Bagley Admissions July 2(— Mrs. Willus Hill, Manning Doyle Engelen, Templeton Mrs. Gladys Hawks, Wall Lake Admission July 29— Hllka Staags, Wall Lake •Fair (Continued From Page 1) individual market hog class of the swine judging Monday were awarded to: Dan Tunning, Coon Rapids; Bob Venner, Carroll; Larry Wittry, Arcadia; Deb Mohr, Westside; Becky Mohr, Westside, John Snyder, Breda;" Dale Boes, Breda; Chris Huegerich, Breda; Doan Schmitz, Carroll; Karen Soyer, Carroll; Mark Soyer, Carroll; Greg Tigges, Carroll; Roger Knobbe, Carroll; Paul Halbur, Carroll; Gaylan Schroeder, Manning; Scott Jensen, Manning; Dean Rohe, Manning; Doug Rohe, Manning; Jim Mohr, Manning; Danny Mohr, Westside; Michael Mohr, Westside; Richard Struve, Manning; Bob Brinker, Carroll; Craig Pudenz, Carroll; Mike Wernimont, Carroll; Neal Rupiper, Carroll; John Staiert, Carroll; Mark Stitz, Carroll; Ardan Behrens, Carroll; Mark Behrens, Carroll; Ronny Eischeid, Carroll; Jeffrey Eischeid, Carroll; Phillip Bock, Glidden; Randy Imming, Carroll; Jay Mohr, Manning; Rhonda Mohr, Manning; Jeff Mohr, Manning; and Russell Schelle, Breda. Red ribbons in the individual market hog division went to: Chris Seidle, Coon Rapids; Marty Tunning, Coon Rapids; Don Venner, Carro'l; Jackie Handlos, Manning; Denise Schroeder, Manning; Mark Jensen, Manning; Dan Rohe, Manning; Dave Sanders, Carroll; Russell Pudenz, Carroll; Gary Ludwig, Carroll; Douglas Kennebeck, Carroll; Dale Brinker, Carroll; Doug Pudenz, Carroll; Randy Ludwig, Carroll; Jeff Herron, Coon Rapids; Martin Moberg, Glidden; Brian Rohrbeck, Glidden; Brenda Rohrbeck, Glidden; Tommy Moberg, Glidden; Pat Halbur, Carroll; Mario Trecker, Carroll; Mark Trecker, Carroll; Tim Seidl, Coon Rapids; and Pat Halbur, Carroll. Blue ribbons in the pen of three market hogs division went to: Marty Tunning, Coon Rapids; Larry Wittry, Arcadia; Jackie Handlos, Manning; Denise Schroeder, Manning; John Snyder, Breda; Dale Boes, Breda; Chris Huegerich, Breda; Doan Schmitz, Carroll; Dorene Schmitz, Carroll; Karen Soyer, Carroll; Mark Soyer,'Carroll; Greg Tigges, Carroll; Roger Knobbe, Carroll; Paul Halbur, Carroll; Gaylan Schroeder, Manning; Dan Rohe, Manning; Dean Rohe, Manning; Doug Rohe, Manning; Danny Mohr, Westside; Richard Struve, Manning; Douglas Kennebeck, Carroll; Dale Brinker, Carroll; Bob Brinker, Carroll; Doug Pudenz, Carroll; Randy Ludwig, Carroll; Mike Wernimont, Carroll; Neal Rupiper, Carroll; John Staiert, Carroll; Ardan Behrens, Carroll; Mark Behrens, Carroll; Ronny Eischeid, Carroll; Jeffrey Eischeid, Carroll; Brenda Rohrbeck, Glidden; Phillip Bock, Glidden; Randy Imming, Carroll; Jay Mohr, Manning; Rhonda Mohr, Manning; Jim Mohr, Manning; Jeff Mohr, Westside; Russell Schelle, Breda; and Tim Seidl, Coon Rapids. Red ribbons in the pen of three competition went to: Chris Seidl, Coon Rapids; Dan Tunning, Coon Rapids; DonVenner.Carroll;BobVenner,Car- roll; Deb Mohr, Westside; Becky Mohr, Westside; Jim Halbur,Carroll; Mark Jensen, Manning; Scott Jensen, Manning; Michael Mohr, Westside; Craig Pudenz, Carroll; Jeff HerVon, Coon Rapids; Mark Stitz, Carroll; Martin Moberg, Glidden; Brian Rohrbeck, Glidden; Mario Trecker, Carrol I; and MarkTrecker, Carrol I. Blue 'ribbons in the market litter division Monday went to: Randy Imming, Carroll; Jay Mohr, Manning; Mario- Trecker, Carroll; Mark Trecker, Carroll; Tim Seidl, Coon Rapids; and Pat Halbur, Carroll. Red ribbons in the market litter class went to: Rhonda Mohr, Manning; and Russell Schelle, Breda. Winners in Four-County Fair \ Steven Mohr, Westside, rode his horse, Trigger, to a first place in the demanding trail class of the 4-H horse and pony show at the Four County Fair in Coon Rapids Monday. Mohr also took a first place in the halter show in the pony division with his 1973 foal. Mary Longnecker, 12, daughter of Mr. and County Fair in Coon Rapids Monday. Mary Mrs John G. Longnecker, Carroll, took also won first place ,n the pony halter show first place in the showmanship division of for three-year-olds and older and second the 4-H horse and pony show at the Four place in the Junior Pony Pleasure class. Canoe Program Highlights Campout A canoeing demonstration, followed by canoe rides, highlighted the third annual father-son campout at Swan Lake over the weekend. The demonstration was given by Leon Riesberg and Gene Schieffer with assistance from members of Boy Scout troop 102. The purpose of the locally-sponsored campout is to give Cub Scouts an idea of what to expect in scouting, and to give a boy and his dad a chance to get away together, Schieffer said. •Impeach (Continued From Page 1) Calif., said the committee was taking a step toward parliamentary government by basing impeachment on so vague a charge as abuse of presidential power. But the Democrats and Republicans supporting the article said the offenses charged against Nixon were so serious they threatened the freedom of the American people. Article II is based on the oath a President takes to faithfully execute his office and to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, and on the duty the Constitution imposes on him to see that the laws are faithfully executed. It charges Nixon with violating both his oath and his constitutional duties by misusing the Internal Revenue Service, authorizing illegal wiretaps, establishing a secret investigative unit in the White House that engaged in unlawful activities and interfering with investigations of the Watergate break-in and cover-up. "We came perilously close to losing our basic freedoms," said Rep. Paul S. Sarbanes, D- Md., in a final round of debate before the vote. "And it is for that reason we must act affirmatively tonight." Weather Hits Western Iowa Crops Hard DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP)Crop development was at a standstill last week in western Iowa and development in eastern counties was greatly slowed because of continued hot, dry weather, the Iowa Crop and Livestock reporting service said Monday. More rain was needed over the entire state to nourish the sagging corn crop, although midweek rain relieved drought conditions in some areas, the report said. In the sheep competition, blue ribbons were awarded to the following in the individual market lamb class: Jackie Handles, Manning; Patty Handles, Manning; Deb Mohr, Westside; Michael Mohr, West side; Dave Rupiper, Carroll; Douglas Rupiper, Carroll; Kent Rupiper, Carroll; David Schirck, Carroll; and Martha Schirck, Carroll. A Red Ribbon in the individual lamb class went to: Michael Mohr, of Westside. Blue ribbons were given to the following in the pen of three market lambs competition: Jackie Handles, Manning; Patty Handles, Manning; Michael Mohr, Westside; Dave Rupiper, Carroll; Kent Rupiper, Carroll; Doug Rupiper, Carroll; David Schirck, Carroll; and Martha Schirck, Carroll. A red ribbon went to Deb Mohr, Westside. Camille Shirbroun and her brother, Jim, were the only two exhibitors in the Purebred Suffolk division of the sheep competition, and both received blue ribbons in all categories of the class. Doug Rohe, son of Mrs. Mildred Rohe, Manning, (above) won the reserve grand champion ribbon for the individual market hog at the Four County Fair in Coon Rapids Monday. The reserve champion ribbon for the market litter in the swine competition went to Mark Trecker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Trecker, Route 1, Carroll. -Staff Photos Jackie Handles, left, and Kent Rupiper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rupiper, Route 3, Carroll, show their championship sheep. Miss Handles exhibited the champion individual market lamb and the champion pen of three market lambs, while Rupiper received reserve champion honors in both divisions. The lambs Miss Handles exhibited were purchased from Wayne Rupiper.

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