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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 30, 1957
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Camp To Open for Its 19th Year .The Raccoon River Bible conference at Scranton will open for Its 19th year August 6-12. Families will hear Rev. Ray Williamson, Wisconsin pastor arid Bible teacher and Dr. Charles Porter, former associate pastor of Moody Memorial Church and leader in World Missions. Children wiD be in Camp Little Bear division with special teach- els and counselors. Mrs. George Brown of Des Moines and Mrs. Ray Williamson of Wisconsin will teach Bible lessons. Recreation and meals will be provided. The camp is interdenominational and evangelical in Us teaching. Evening sessions be- TlmM Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, July 30, 1*5? gin at 7:30. All sessions are open to the public. Youth camp division will, meet August 13-19. Frank Drown of Ecuador is the missionary. Rev. Herbert Anderson of Harlan is Bible teacher. David Harrison, pastor at Glenwood, Wis., will be song leader. • Checks(Continued from Page 1) Kelly Jewelry All of our cats and dogs found new homes during our big clearance sale. But we've dug around and found a few items we don't want in our new store so we'll have a table full of red hot specials on the sidewalk for cat and dog day. KELLY JEWELRY over their property and possessions to the State Bank of Gladbrook last January "without benefit of counsel" after their check exchange shortage was discovered. Smedal said it was "an insult to a second-grader, let alone an intelligent jury," to say officials of the Gladbrook bank "didn't know what was going or." "Is it possible even for a banker to be that dumb?" Smedal asked, referring to the two-year exchange of checks between Viers and Mersman. "I say whoever aids and abets the doer of a wrong is also guilty," Smedal said. "This thing couldn't have lasted a day without the help of the bank officials," he added. At this point Judge Graven interrupted: Judge Interrupts "I believe you're going beyond the range of proper argument. Please confine yourself to the record and evidence as submitted." Smedal, attorney for Viers and Roy Pell. Marshalltown, attorney for Mersman, both contended that "intent to *defraud" was missing from the daily exchange of checks between Viers and Mersman. The, two defendants acted in good faith in loaning each other money by personal check each day, Pell said. He conceded there was a daily exchange. Assistant U. S. Attorney Robert Spayde noted signed statements of Viers and Mersman in which they admitted entering into a "scheme to defraud.' 1 Two. Birthdays Noted at Picnic , The birthdays of Mrs. Joe Nagl of Carroll and her son-in-law, Ray Thieleke of Des Moines, were celebrated at a picnic at-Springbrook Park near Guthrie Center Sunday. Both birthdays were on Monday, July 29. The day was spent picnicking. Visiting, swimming, boating and playing cards. • * * Attending from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Nagl and daughter, Edna. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thieleke and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Dominise and son. Tom. Other participants, besides Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thieleke and children, Mary Kay, David and Douglas, of Des Moines, were A. George and Richard Orr, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and family, Kimballton; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman, Maurice Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Kennebeck and family, John Kennebeck and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nagl, Dedham; and Twilla Weeks, Coon Rapids. Leopold(Continued from Page 1) "CAT and DOG" Bargains! I EVER-BRIGHT House Paint Drum $10.00 DA-TEX Wall Paint • $1.00 ° 50c 1ft Perfectly Good, But' Needs Lott of Stlrrlngl Use It Te "Pain* the Town" STRUT . 5-Gallon MARKING KainT L»* <*«•• $1.001 ODDS AND ENDS WALLPAPER No Use to Us, We'll Sell It for a Sengl PAINT C. W. NICOLL, OWNER Deaths and Funerals wartime tests of experimental malaria drugs. He asked the parole board July 9 to recommend a further reduc tion of his term to 64 years which would make his eligible for release Dec. 11 this year under the penal provision which sets one half of the total term plus 15 months for prisoners with good records. « Unusual Career Leopold, his health but. little impaired by chronic diabetes, has carved an unusual career within the limitations of his prison environment. Classed as H a brilliant student by alienists at his trial, he had won a bachelor of science degree from the Univefsliy ,q|. Chicago at 18. In ' prison, he 'has pursued his studies independently. With Loeb, a few years after they were imprisoned, he organized . a prison '.correspondence school which is well rated academically. He organized and expanded the prisdn library. He has held most of the inmate jobs requiring brain work at Stateville, including operation of the hospital X-ray laboratory, and correspondence in the administrative office. Leopold, reviewing his prison life, said, "I have tried to do good in prison. But nothing I have done is of intrinsic, lastipg importance.- 'Mental Mud Plea' "My work has been the equivalent of making mental mud pies, giving me something to be interested in, something to do." He said he obtained his "deepest satisfaction" in prison from the wartime malaria experiment. He underwent one attack of the disease, which was cured by a drug then under test. -The malaria has not, recurred. Leopold was refused parole four months after his first application in. 19,53, and his .case was postponed until this year. The present b o a r.d* • reoomraendation was made to the governor in a report kept secret in compliance with state law governing the board's deliberations. CARL K. MOORE ' i Carl E. Moore, 87, lifelong resident of Carroll County, died at 12:25 p.m. Monday at his home, 627 North East Street. He had been in failing health two years and seriously ill since November. . Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Sharp Funeral Home, .where the body may be viewed after 7 p.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys, minister of the Methodist, Church, will officiate a .t the rites. Burial will be in the Carroll City cemetery. Mr. Moore, a member of a pioneer family here, was a son of Young and Addie Jvloore. He was born March 26, 1890, in Sheridan Township. He attended Buck Run School in Sheridan 'Township; Mr. Moore was > married to Agnes Theresa Peters Nov. 20, 1912, in Carroll. They located on a farm one mile east and three miles north of Lidderdale, moving later to a farm six miles northeast of Carroll. Retiring from the farm in 1927, Mr. and Mrs. Moore moved to Carroll, where he engaged in the trucking business. Later, he was employed by the Heider Manufacturing Company. He retired in 1953. Surviving with his wife are two daughter, Mrs. H. R. (Elma) James, Oklahoma City, Okla., and Mrs. D. M. (Ethel) Ross, Des Moines; two grandchildren, and one brother, John R. Moore, Minburn. Mr. Moore was preceded in death by his parents, three brothers. Ernest, Harvey and Joseph, sister, Bertha. As a young man, he joined the Methodist Church. ber of St. Augustine's Church, Halbur, and the Ladies Guild of the parish. FRANK BOLLMAN (Ttmct Herald Jfawa . Sjarvta*) WALL LAKE — Graveside rites were held Thursday - afternoon, July 25, for Frank Bollman, 74, of LaPorte City, la., former Wall Lake druggist, who died of a heart condition late Tuesday afternoon, July 2d, at a hospital in Waterloo, where he had been a patient since July 4. Funeral services were held Thursday morning at the Johannsen, Funeral "Home in LaPorte City, with burial in the Wall Lake cemetery. Pallbearers were Kirk Finley, Art Eaton, Charles Shaw, R. L. Gooflenow, Ed Herrig and William Way. Mr. Bollman is survived by one sister, Mrs. Herb Ballard, of Wellsburg. MRS. JOHN SCHENKELBERG Funeral services are set for 9:30 a.m. Thursday at St. Augustine's Church in Halbur for Mrs. John Schenkelberg, 67, of Halbur, who was injured fatally in a two-car collision at the intersection of Highways 169 and 141 five miles east of Perry Sunday evening. The Rev. L. J. Gretcman will be the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass, Burial will be in St. Augustine's cemetery. The body is resting at the Twit Funeral Home here, where friends may call after 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Rosary recitations will be at 8 p.m. Tuesday; 8 p.m. Wednesday, with Fr. Greteman leading; and 8:30 p.m. Wednesday by the Ladies Guild of St. Augustine's parish. Mrs. Schenkelberg, the former Margaret Schmitz, was born July 6, 1890, in Halbur, where she was a lifelong resident. Her parents were Peter and Elizabeth Eisch First education of women in the U.S. was in the "Dames Schools" where they were taught to read apd'sey, but not always, tp; write; spurtfe< T H £ ^Ui Hi F ^ 1)11 S . T O W F END OF MONTH SALE ' ONE GROUP LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES $2.00 All Regular $3.98 Values 150 to Go ODDS AND ENDS LADIES' . SPRING AND WINTER COATS, SUITS TOPPERS Now i Price Just 40 to Go ONE GROUP LADIES' SUMMER DRESSES $4.00 All Roe. $5.9S Values ' • 10 to Go CHILDREN'S KNIT HOODS JUST 49c Values to $1.91 BOYS' SHORT SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS $u» vsiuts,.. • ... 88c $1.59 A $M9 Values $1.17 $1.79 Values . $1.33 150 to Choose Prom TWO BIG BARGAIN COUNTERS of -. . .... W v ODDS AND ENDS REAL BUYS! If Wo Have Your Site SUMMER JEWELRY NECKLACES BRACELETS EARRINGS ... ... * :39c *«» S for $1.00 IMPORTED GIFT ITEMS VALUES TO $3.79 ' Now $1.88 VALUES TO $4.91 Now $2.88'' - In Our Basement Store TWO BIG BARGAIN COUNTERS of -. . .... W v ODDS AND ENDS REAL BUYS! If Wo Have Your Site SUMMER JEWELRY NECKLACES BRACELETS EARRINGS ... ... * :39c *«» S for $1.00 IMPORTED GIFT ITEMS VALUES TO $3.79 ' Now $1.88 VALUES TO $4.91 Now $2.88'' - In Our Basement Store STORAGE HASSOCKS FOOT STOOLS Valuer W $7.91 Now f Price Just 14 to Go J CHILDREN'S SPRING S COATS $2.00 Just IS to Go CALEB C. SQUIBB (flm« Herald Newn S «rv1a«) SCRANTON — Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Church pi Christ here for Caleb Claude Squibb, 76, of Goon Rapids, formerly of Scranton. The Rev. Robert D. Stacy, pastor of the church, will officiate. Burial will be in the Scranton Cemetery. The body will be taken from the Huffman Funeral Home here to Mr. Squibb's late home in Coon Rapids Wednesday morning, to remain there until the time of the church rites. Mr. Squibb died of a heart condition at 3:20 p.m. Saturday at the Greene County Hospital in Jefferson. He had suffered a stroke July Born in Crawford County, near Dow City, March 5. 1881, Mr. Squibb came to Scranton when he was seven years old. He attended school in Scranton. His parents were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Squibb. Surviving are five daughters and four sons: Mrs. Chester (Helen) Clirk, Mill Valley, Calif.; Mrs. Vir Bishop, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Wilma Raygor, Tacoma, Wash.; Mrs. Gordon (Margaret) Hickok, Coon Rapids; Mrs. James (Barbara) Trumbla, San Francisco.' Calif.; Charles E. Squibb, Sioux City; Walter R. Squibb, Bellflower, Calif.; Doyle S. Squibb, Scranton, and Morris M. Squibb, Toledo, Ohio. His wife died Dec. 5, 1952. Mr. Squibb had farmed, had served as a rural mail carrier, and had been employed by Armour's in Coon Rapids. He was a member of the Coon Rapids Methodist Churrh, Convtntion Report By Dr. Paul An nt berg Dr. Paul D. Anneberg, delegate, to the Rotary International convention at Lucerne, Switzerland, this spring, reported to Carroll club members "Monday- night on i his experiences. Dr. Atfneberg and his family made an extensive tour of Europe during which attendance at the Rotary convention was a special feature. There "were 9,915 Rotarians and families from all parts of the world at the convention, he said. The largest delegation, about '4,000, was from the United States. Roy Spencer of Iowa City, father-in-law of Dr Anneberg, was a guest. Roy J. Burns was in charge of the program. Df. L. B.- Westendorf, president, announced that Lester Glover of Ottumwa, governor of the 193rd district, will make his first official visit to the Carroll club Monday night, August 5 He will confer with President Westendorf and Secretary'Wilbert L Reitz prior to the general meeting and after the meeting conduct a club assembly to discuss annual reports. 2ND JAW .OPERATION Clayton Olerich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olerich of Breda, was scheduled to undergo a second operation on an infected* jaw, Tuesday, at University Hospitals, Iowa City, where he has been a patient since July 11. His address is University Hospital, Ward C-22, Iowa City. Ia. • Forgery(Continued from Pafe 1) near Yates -Center, Kan., and spent everything they had fighting the charges, People at Coffeyville testified she was the woman who passed'the bad checks there. A handwriting expert said she wrote them. So she went to prison. "Mrs. Jones hasn't admitted those checks, but I'll bet she has passed a thousand of them and just can't remember them all. I've collected 26 from the sheriffs around here and she identified 23 as hers, t know I don't have nearly all of them." Mrs. Moerer and Mrs. Jones are 42 and large, but there the resemblance ends. Mrs. Jones wears stylish clothes. Mrs. Moerer's are worn and dowdy. Sheriff Morehead said the Jones farm is a nice layout, the house richly furnished. NOT ALL MEAT The beef animal is not all meat —from 1,000 pounds comes 580 pounds of lean meat, 150 pounds fat, 85 pounds of bone and a few pounds are lost* to shrinkage and cutting. Carlisle Drops Artemprro Annex CARLISLE f/n-The town- council of Carlisle in Warren County voted 4-n Monday night to drop its attempt to annex Polk County's Avon Lake. The vote was on a resolution that had set the annexation procedure in motion. Some ,30 persons attended a 3- hour public hearing in which discussion centered around what services Carlisle could offer the Avon Lake area and what the services would cost., BAPTISMAL SERVICE Susan Anne, daughter of Lt. (j.g.) and Mrs. Donald J. Werni- , m ° nt °f Auburn, Rt. 2, was bap- sfaKS* She stto " ded ,cl ""* M!?* •.*£,'. "ten _, , , Ahman. Sponsors were the baby's She married Mr. Schenkelberg uncle and aunti Lester wernimont April 16, 1912, at St. Augustine s 1 - • Church in Halbur, with the late Rev. Lambert Schenkelberg officiating. Mr. Schenkelberg has a general store in Halbur. Surviving with her husband are six daughters and three sons: Mrs. A. J. (Bonnie) Westendorf, Cleveland, Ohio; Carl Schenkel- herg, Halbur; Kathryn Schenkelberg, Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Vincent (Dorothy) Koenig, Carroll; Mrs. Floyd (Margaret) Noel, Des Moines; Mrs. Joe (Lucille) Koenig, Cedar Rapids; Richard Schenkelberg, Mason City; John Schenkelberg Jr., Halbur; and Mrs. Floyd (Mary Jane) Goecke r Nebraska City, Neb. Mrs. Schenkelberg also leaves 19 grandchildren; two brothers, John Schmitz, Halbur, and Theodore J. Schmitz, Arcadia; and five sisters: Kathryn Schmitz, Halbur; Mrs. Fred (Elizabeth) Wells', Carroll; Mrs. Peter (Anna) Roth, Breda; Mrs. Fred (Theresa) Winthouser, Carroll; and Mrs. William P. (Sophia) Schenkelberg, Carroll. She was preceded in death by her parents; an infant 'daughter, Lois; and a sister, Mrs. Charles Hausman, of Bonesteel, S. D. 'Mrs. Schenkelberg was a mem- MONUMENTS 71 Monum<int» and Markars to ChooM from — Buy Whin You Can SEi What Yeu'r* Buying. McPherson- Campbell Co. Across from C«m»*sry Phono aits — Carroll, lowa Opon Sundays • Till 5 of Auburn and Verna Beckman of Arcadia. Mrs. Wernimont is staying, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Beckman. of Arcadia, while her husband is sery- ingwith the U. S. Navy in Malta. Mrs. John Schenktlborg Halbur — Age e7 Friends may call at Twit Funeral Chapel after 6:30 p. m. Tuesday. Rosary 8:00 p. m. Tuesday Rosary 8:00 p. m. Wednesday Led by Rev. L. J. Greteman. Rotary 8:30 p. m. Wednesday by Ladies Guild St. Augustine's Perish. • Solemn Requiem High Mm Thursday 9:30 e. m. St. Augustine's Church Rev. L. J. Gretemen, Celebrant. Final Resting Place St. Augustine's Cemetery. TWIT Those Items Have Been Our Pets Long Enough! Take Them Now At This Krazy "Car & Dog" Sale 1 Only RtaJ, Rtal Old But It Sounds Like Ntwl CROSLEY RADIO $1.00 50c Buys Yeur Choice of Three ANTENNAS 1 i > ', it, • HARRIS REPAIR •efeapi Our word, "dollar," conies from the German "daler" or "thaler," first used in 1519. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Pietlg and Terry Thompson are home after vacationing in Colorado for' nearly a week. They visited Denver and Colorado Springs, with various side trips, one of which took them to the Royal Gorge at Canon City. Bald eagles are so named because of the effect of the white feathers on their heads. Halbur Stymied by Carroll Golds, 4 to 2 Standings in the Carroll County Parochial league were knotted Monday when the Carroll Golds hung a 4-2 defeat on defending champion Halbur. . The Halbur loss left the defenders dead-locked with Arcadia for the league championship and necessitated a plav-off game here Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in Merchants Park to decide the winner. The Golds scored three runs in the first inning and that was enough to decidt the contest. Tom Champion preserved the victory when he relieved starter Riley in the second inning and held Halbur scoreless the rest of the way. Edward VIII abdicated the British throne Dec. 11, 1936. Moore Carroll The body may be viewed after 7:00 p. m. Tuesday, Sharp Funeral Home. Funeral Services: Thursday 2:00 p. m. Sharp Funeral Home. Officiating: Rev. Ivan C, Bys. Interment: Carroll City Cemetery. Anyone desiring transportation, Call 3523. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll 17 Years This Is Nor a "Cat & Dog" Day Irem But Keepsake Is Worth Howling About Any Day! Kee ps^a k e DIAMOND RINGS The Choice of Your lifetime! Basy Cradlt Tarms Loehr & Shriver, Jewelers SCREAMING BUYS for CAT & DOG DAY Wednesday, July 31 Wlrf 4 TV LAMPS. Very ornamental, but nice. Were $5.95. Yours ..for only $1.50 We Bought It. You Can Have Itl Ifs.a Good Piece 4-Shelf Book Case Ifs blond and should sell for $39.95 Comea^ndGet ^^QQ We Thought These SMOKERS Were good buys et $5.00. We can't find anybody else that thinks se. $2.50 S 1 / FLOOR Lamp Shades The colors are dark, we want to get rid of them. Come and get 'em for $1.50 Each 5 Slightly Damaged CARD TABLES Lots of space to play on. Were $6.00. Yours for $100 Each _ Ul < o q 1** HI •fill s RUBBER BED PILLOWS Were $7.95 Pair CAT AND DOG DAY SUPER SPECIALI That's right, yu can have them at Each 3 BEDSPREADS We have used them in the window, still lots of miles left in them. Were $15. it C AA You can have them for ^*I»W ABOUT 10 PIECES OF INLAID LINOLEUM The layers made a mistake in 61 AsT cutting. Pieces 6x6 ft. etc.;.... ^laUVfoot We Have Seme Short Ends ef CARPET Wo Wont to Stll! One piece 7x12 in,beige .that's really good. By I the yard oft the was worth $f08. You I can nave it for - ' •MS*! *' v1

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