Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 31, 1957 · Page 5
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 31, 1957
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Loveless to Probe Buying of Road Land Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, July 31, 1957 ported his investigation also shdwed: The commission contracted for the land March 25, federal approval was given April 16, the p'ur- DES MOINES WV-Gov. Herschel chase was made formally April 22 Loveless said Wednesday he will and the heating at Atlantic was on May 24. Although the purchase was for $150,000, the governor said, the Leopold, 'Thrill-Killer of '20s, Loses Bid for Unconditional Release assign a. state agent to Investigate the Iowa Highway Commission's purchase of some farm land near Loveland in connection with the federal interstate highway Improvement program; He also told h*s news conference that Highway Commissioner Cecil Malone, Atlantic, whom Loveless appointed to the commission, effective July 1, has given the basic Information to Rep. John A. Blatnik 'D-Minn). Blatnik is chairman of a congressional subcommittee which has been making investigations in connection with the federal highway program. Up to Committee Loveless said il is up to the committee what it does about the matter. He added that he plans to talk with Blatnik by telephone about the situation. Malone, the governor related, reported to him and Blatnik that the commission purchased the property about a month before a hearing at Atlantic to establish a new leg on the route of Interstate Highway 6 in western Iowa. The 375^ acres of farm land, he said, is planned for an interchange of the proposed Highway 6 leg and the new north-south Interstate which is under construction north of Council Bluffs, and was purchased ftom Mr. and Mrs. Ward Currie for $150,000. That amounts to $400 per acre. Report Loveless said that Malone re- SPRINGFIELD, HI. <*> — Thrill reduced he would have been eligi-, slayer Nathan Leopold I has lostjble for release without supervision after serving half his sentence, 32 years, plus 15 months. The issue of parole was not involved in Leopold's petition for freedom but Stratton held out the possibility of parole. If denied a I parole, Leopold, under the cur- hls bid for: an unconditional re lease from Stateville Prison, where he has served 33 years of an 85-year sentence, but he plans a new plea to win a parole. Gov. William G, Stratton Tuesday denied executive clemency to t.nH Tnrf h~n ««nr.u*H . tiifl 52-year-o d convicted killer of land had been appraised at $140,- ] nnhh „ * Vran]re 1(1 rfoe i,i no anv 200. "I don't think U is good to buy before a hearing," Loveless commented. "The, land couldn't be bought any cheapet that way." Council Bluffs interests have been urging the highway commission to change its present plan to give priority to construction of the Interstate 6 segment from Neola directly west to Loveland. They want priority given to a diagonal from Neola to Council Bluffs. Sioux City groups favor the Loveland priority. Bobby Franks, 14, dashing any i rent 85-year sentence, will not be immediate hopes Leopold had of released until 196P if he continues being freed early in December. 1 maximum "good time" allow- Leopold had asked for commui lance, tation of the 85-year sentence to Turned Down 3 Times 64 years. If the sentence had been I The balding convict, who as a youth of 19 with Richard Loeb, 18, killed the Franks boy in Chicago in 1924 in one of the most sensational crimes of the "1920s, has been turned down three times in bids for parole since 1953. But after learning of Stratton's decision he announced through his attorney that he plans to fUe for rehearing of his 1A53 parole application before the September meeting of the Parole and Pardon Board. news conference In the prison today. In turning down Leopold's request, Stratton followed the unanimous recommendation of the five- member State ^Parole Board. In a statement, the governor referred to Leopold as "one of the state's most notorious criminals." "It is not enough to show mercy. The governor must exercise vlgi- resume his place in free society • • • • May,, File Any Time ' Leopold, he said, "is eligible for parole consideration and may file a petition for a bearing of his case at any time he desires." Elmer Gertz of Chicago, one of Leopold's lawyers, was with him Tuesday in the prison administration building at Joliet when news of Stratton's refusal was governor's decision on the radfcf' Then he turned* and weflUb«k/t«; his desk in .the prison bOofctMfN ing department, / Chairman Franklin Stransky of ±he Parole Board said the "xomy plete . freedom" which Leopold: sought wag one of the fa]bf «ri which brought the recommends!* Hon against the commutatldh he asked. Stransky declined t& say, whether he and other members of IIP lance to safeguard the people of given to him by Stateville Warden i the board will look with mof« fa* Leopold declined to comment on j the state. At the same time he-Joseph Ragen. | vor on the supervised parole the governor's decision but told j must do justice to the prisoner j "Thanks," said Leopold with a j which Leopold plans to seek this newsmen he planned to hold a I who has demonstrated fitness to'strained smile, "I heard of the fall. Illinois Guests In Kious Home Foir- (Continued from Page 1) Mrs. Alma Grau Of Moline, Illinois Visits in Manning <Ttm«f Herald Kewi Scrvloe) MANNING — Mrs. Alma Grau of Moline, 111., is visiting her sis ter, Mrs. Chris Hargens, and other relatives in this vicinity. Mrs. Bess Ramsey returned Saturday from, ? visit with her daughter, Mrs Tennant. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schrum, Mrs. Henry Brandau and family of Selinsgrove. Pa, were Friday evening guests in the Bill Kruse home. ' Thursday evening supper guests in the Elroy Schrum home were Mrs. Henrv, Brandau and family of Selinsgrove, Pa. Last Sunday, Mrs. Brandau and family Costs on to keep cool asa (Times Herald New* Pervlee) SCRANTON - Mr. and Mrs. Waite Vaughan of Rockford, 111., spent Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leone Kious. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Oxenford and sons went to Wayne, Neb., Thursday to visit Charles and to see the play in which Charles had a part. They returned Thursday. Betty Ann Juergens gave a personal shower Saturday evening at her home, honoring Patricia Amsden. Fifteen guests were present. A pink and white color scheme was carried out on the tea table. Hugo Boeck, at; Mrs. Robert Oxenford presided at i the punch bowl. Out-of-town guests were Ramona Happy and Jane Hawn, Des Moines; Janice Minnehan and Joyce Clark, Jefferson; and Mrs. Russel Johnston, Farlin. Mrs. Glen Fuesy of Redwood Falls, Minn., visited at the Earl Paup home last week. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wolfe Sunday were Marilyn Wolfe, Chuckie, Julie, Wendl, Rt. 1, Carroll; Ronaldvld Tigges, Dedham; Gary Ven- Warnke, Rt. 1, Carroll; Dean Feld, Rt. 2, Carroll; Bob Rains, Glidden. Red Ribbons — Roger Eischeid, Manning '2); Suranne Gross. Rt. 2, Carroll; Wayne Gross, Rt. 2, Carroll; Jim Hansen, Manning: Roger Hansen, Manning; D a v i d j roll. Heithoff, Rt. 1, Carroll; Dennis Light Hereford* Heithoff, Rt. 1, Carroll; Donald (715 to 860 Pounds) Mikkelsen, Deriham; Boh Rains, I Blue Ribbons — Stanley Beck, Glidden; Larry Rowedder, Manil-! Manning; Lyle Boes, Glidden; teicher, Arcadia; Linus Ventelch er, Rt. 1, Carrol!; Clair W.enck, Glidden. White Ribbons — Dick Brower, Manning; Orvills Elch, Rt. 3, Carroll; Robert Tunning, Coon Ra Wires 4-H Club. Willey Rockets 4-H Club, Manning Win-or-Grln 4-H Club, Guthrie County Red Ribbons — Sheridan Sharp Shooters 4-H Club, Dedham Rough Riders 4-H Club, \ Beef Heifers (Shorthorn) Blue Ribbon — Louella and Glenn Ahrendsen, Manning. Beef Heifers (Hereford) Blue Ribbons — Gerald Beck, Manning; Dennis Cain, Bagley. Red Ribbon - Stanley Beck, Manning, Hereford cow and calf, j den; Larry Hansrm, Manning; Al-i Bagley; Kay Derry, Bagley. Blue Ribbon - Dennis Cain, j len Rowedder, Manilla; Gerald! Red Ribbons — Eugene Boell Clifford Stammer, Manning <2>. White Ribbons - Norene Stoolman, Glidden; Dean Grimm, Manning. Heavy Angus (1,015 Pounds and Over) Blue Ribbons — Dennis Fay, la; Steve St reefer, Lake City; Donald Wendl, Rt 1. Carroll. Medium Heavy Hereford* (955 to 1 ,030 Pounds) pids'; Linus VenteVcher, RtT 1, Car- j Scrant,on, Roger Remsburg, Glid den, John Rains. Glidden, Mary Ann Wiskus, Dedham, Freddy Gruhn, Manning, Vernon Sonksen, Manning, Jerry Koenig, Audubon, Linda Stangl, Coon Rapids, Michelle Fielder, Glidden. Red Ribbons — Roger Baumhover, Carroll, Ronald Burdine. Glidden, Paul Fricke, Rt. 1, Carroll, Janet Kanne, Rt. 2, Carroll, Gor- Dennis Cain. Bagley; Donald Wiskus, Coon Rapids; Carol Beck, Manning; David Tigges, Dedham; Kenneth Venteicher, Manning <2»; Blue Ribbons —• Dick Hinners, [ LaVern Sporrer, Dedham; Joyce Marvin Miskimins, Coon Rapids* Harry Reever, Glidden, Dennii Schreck, Dedham, Bobby Ven« teicher, Manning, Kenneth 'Venteicher. Manning, Wally Wagner, Coon Rapids, Dale Weeks, Coon Rapids. ; Light Angus (675 to 860 Pounds) Blue Ribbons — Larry Klocke, Coon Rapids, Wayne Klocke, Coon Rapids, Jim Klocke, Coon Rapids, Janice Wiskus, Dedham, LeRoy Boes, Rt. 2, Carroll, Jeromo Schreck, Dedham, Robert Barten, Manning. Red Ribbons — Tom Hall, Glidden, Elaine Irlbeck, Manning, Manning <2>; Leland Hunt, Glid-: Sonksen, Manning; Lee Derry, j'dell Lamp. Manning, Dale Rowed- 1 ° en ; S» rT»J ?rn£ A*„. T *, ti„„ t .,.„ »«<,„„!„„. AiJn„„i„.,. TW «, n an u„ ider. Rt. 3. Carroll. : t,arry Lutwitze, Loon Rapids, Jim and Mr. and Mrs W. C. Schrum were guests in the Don Schrum! Bobbie and Tommy, children of home in Missouri Valley. i the Wendell Wolfes, Mr. and Mrs Bagley. Beef Tlelfers (Angus) Blue Ribbons - Jerry Koenig, Audubon; Larry Watkins. Bayard. Heavy Herefords (Over 1,035 Pounds) Blue Ribbons — Steve Fielder, Glidden; Larry Rowedder, Manilla; Larry Feld, Carroll; Denis Mr. and Mrs. Dick Borkowski and family of Jefferson spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pfoltner. Mrs. Luverne Bockelman and sons of Tucson. Ariz., spent several days last week in the R. H. McGrath home. Bob McGrath of Omaha was an overnight guest in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. McGrath on Thursday. . NEW Arvin 20* window exhaust fan Complete Line of Window and Floor Fans on Display and All at 10% off DURING JULY or While Supply Laitsl SPORRER'S TV and Appliances 9th and Salinger — Phono 9S13 Open Evtry Night Till 9 The Articles of Confederation were the supreme law of the land before the U.S. Constitution was adopted. - Kenneth Wolfe and Diane. Diane's fourth birthday was celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Wolfe and Chuckie were dinner guests Thursday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Peterson in Polk City and supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Wolfe in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Boulware and Mrs. Walter Stiles spent part of last week at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs, Ray Carlson and guests at the Lyle Poyzer home Sunday. They took Rene Poyzer, wh,o visited them for a week, back home. Mrs. Phil Olmslead and Mrs. Will Duff went to Des Moines Friday to see Mrs. Josie Horan who has been seriously ill at the Bishop Drumm Home. Mrs. Horan is somewhat improved. Beck, Manning; David Rowedder, j Rt. 2, Carroll; John Eich, Rt. 3. Rt. 3, Carroll <2>; Bobby Hartwig- \ Carroll; Duane Karsten, Mansen, Glidden <2>; Denis Wendl,; ning: Jerome Sporrer, Dedham; Rt. 1, Carroll; Jim Hansen, Man-[Bobby Venteicher, Manning; Ken ning; Norma Wiskus, Dedham;! Zubrod, Tempi eton; James Larry Hansen, Manning; Gary; Venteicher, Arcadia. Red Ribbons — Roger Hansen, Manning; Gerald Heithoff, Rt. 1, Carroll; Dean Ludwig, Leke City; Donald Mikkelsen, Dedham; Lloyd Robinson, Rt. 1, Carroll; Wayne Sporrer, Dedham; Ronnie Hoyt, Bagley, Medium Herefords (865 to 960 Pounds) Blue Ribbons — Gerald Beck, ; Mannii.g; James Sporrer, Dedham; Shirley Venteicher, Man- Kracht, Coon Rapids der, Rt. 3, Carroll, White Ribbons — Roman Starman, Rt. 3, Carroll. Medium Heavy Angus (950 to 1,010 Pounds) Blue Ribbons — Sally Knudsen, Hamlin, Maxine Feld,- Rt. 2, Car roll, Stanley Beck, Manning, Rog White Ribbons - Roger Betts,; er Adamson, Glidden, Steve Field- Donald Robinson, TRACTOR FIRE (Timet Herald Newt Bervlee) RALSTON — The Ralston Fire truck was called to the Merlin Heck home Monday to put out a Karen of Ocheyedan were dinner I tractor fire. Deaths and Funerals Coon Rapids Rt. 1, Carroll. Heavy Shorthorns (920 Pounds and Over) Blue Ribbons—Ronald Warnke, Carroll; Arnold Wiskus, Dedham; Johnny Broich, Rt. 1, Carroll. Red Ribbons — Johnny Broich, Rt. 1, Carroll; Lyle Fangman, Templeton; Mary Fangman. Templeton; Ben Klocke Jr., Dedham;! Rains, Wayne Siepker, Templeton; Don- Breda ning; Ronald Brewer, Coon Ra-;na Stoolman, Glidden; Kathleen er, Glidden, Lowell Burdine, Gild den (2>, Freddy Gruhn, Manning, Kent Weible, Manning, Joyce Sonksen, Manning (2). Vernon Sonksen, Manning, Dick Brower, Manning. Red Ribbons '— Lowell Burdine, Glidden, Paul Fricke, Rt. 1, Carroll, Ronald Fricke, Rt. 1, Carroll, Elaine Irlbeck, Manning, John Glidden, Alan Schettler, Linda Stangl, Coon Rap- Louella Ahrendsen, Man-j Wiskus, Dedham. Light Shorthorns (915 Pounds and Under) Blue Ribbons — Glenn Ahrend- ids, .Ronnie Hoyt, Bagley. Medium Angus (865 to 945 Pounds) Blue Ribbons — Rodney Holmes, Jefferson, Harry Reever, Glidden, sen, Manning; Robert Wiskus, j David Rowedder, Rt. 3, Carroll, pids; ning; Duane Karsten, Manning; Linus Venteicher, Rt. 1, Carroll; Joe Slater, Templeton; Michelle Fielder, Glidden- Paul Sporrer, Dedham; Robert Sporrer, Dedham. Red Ribbons — Myron Boell, Rt. 2, Carroll; Ray Klocke, Temple- j Red Ribbons — Gary G run mining, Billy Kanne, Rt. 2, Carroll ton: Tom Slater, Templeton: Ger -j Manning; William Mohr, C o o n 12), Janet,Kanne, Rt. 2, Carroll, aid Starman, Rt. 3, Carroll: Da- Rapids; Ronald Schelle, Breda; Larry Lutwitze, Coon Rapids. Dedham; Leland Hunt, Glidden; JoAnn Wiskus, Dedham; Roger Kanne, Rt- 2, Carroll Vernon Sonksen, Manning - Red Ribbons — Ronald Fricke, j Rt. 1, Carroll, Jack Hinners, Man Venteicher, Manning (2), Larry Watkins, Bayard. White Ribbons — Wally Wagner, Coon Rapids. Marvin Sporrer, Dedham, Jim Potthoff, Rt. 3, Carroll, Lee Derry, Bagley. Dairy Cattle (Brown Swiss) Blue Ribbons — Ronald Burdine, Glidden, Michelle Fielder, Glidden, Alan Bolger, Glidden, Paul Weible, Glidden (2). Red Ribbon — Lowell Burdine, Glidden. Dairy Cattle (Holsteln) Blue Ribbons — John Hannasch, Rt. 3, Carroll, Ronald Clausen, Rt. 1, Carroll, Ronald Sparks, Dad- ham, Jerry Clark, Bagley. Red Ribbons — Art, Hannasch, Rt. 3, Carroll. Dennis Clausen, Rt. 1, Carroll, Dean Schechlnger, Rt, 3. Carroll, Bernice Sporrer, Dedham, LaVonne Sporrer, Dedham. Dairy Cattle (Guernsey) Blue Ribbons — Marvin Sporrer, Dedham, Dale Weeks, Coon,Rapids. '•'.,«, Red Rlbbona — Dwight Roller, Glidden, Audrey Sporrer. Dadhany MARGARET TIEFENTHALER Tiefenthaler, Breda. Miss Margaret Tiefenthaler, 72. A daughter of Jacob and Ehza- of Breda, died at 7:50 Tuesday evening at St. Anthony Hospital, Mrs. John Schenkelberg Halbur — Ago 67 Rotary 1:00 p. m. Wednesday Led by Rov. L. J, Grotaman. Twit Funeral Chapel. Rotary 8:30 p. m. Wednesday by Ladies Guild St. Augustine's Parish. Twit Funeral Chapal. Solemn Requiem High Mats Thursday 9:30 a. m. St. Auguttint't Church Rav. L. J. Greteman, Celebrant. Final Ratting Place St. Auguttint't Cemetery. TWIT where she had been a patient 10 days. She had been seriously ill for two weeks. Funeral services will be at 9:30 a.m. Saturday at St. Bernard's Church in Breda, with the Rev. John Hausmann offering requiem mass. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery. The body may be viewed after 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the Sharp Funeral Home, where the rosary will be recited at 8 p.m. Thursday and Friday. Fr. Hausmann will lead the recitation Friday night. Miss Tiefenthaler is survived by' two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Stork! and Miss Emma Tiefenthaler, j Breda, and two brothers, Jake Tiefenthaler, Early, and Conrad beth Tiefenthaler, she was born Sept. 10, 1884, on a Sac County farm northwest of Breda. Miss Tiefenthaler and sister, Emma, made their home with their parents and, following their parents' deaths, lived together in the family residence at Breda. Their father died in 1898 and their mother in 1922. Besides her parents, Miss Tief enthaler was preceded in death by two sisters, Mrs. Katherine Brink er and Rose Tiefenthaler, and one brother, Tony Tiefenthaler. She was a member of St. Bernard's Church spurgeoiYs MONUMENTS 71 Monument* and Marker! to Choota from — Buy Where You Can SEI What You'ra Buying. McPherson- Campbell Co. Across from Comettry Phons 32*3 — Carroll, Iowa Opan Sunday* • Till I Hurry for Your Shore of Borgoins! Sporrer's Big CARLOAD SALE Frte Delivtry Within 25 Miles This Is Your Chanco to SAVE SAVE! Tha Sola You Don't Want to Miss! Freezers-Refrigerators and Dual Temps ADMIRAL Corl E. Moore $150 for Your Old Refrigerator Toward Any New ADMIRAL DUAL TEMP ALL SIZIS — ALL STYLIS IN STOCK Best Trades in Town on Our Complete Line of Refrigerators FREEZER SALE 9 eu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $189.95 11 eu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $229.95 14 eu. ft, UPRIGHT Regular $359.9$ ...„™ 18 eu. ft. UPRIGHT Regular $559,95 17 eu. ft. CHIST Regular $359.95 » >w . 20 eu. ft. CHIST Regular $499.95 IASY PAYMINTI $169.95 $199.95 $269.95 $ 319.95 $299.95 . $329.95 Dial 9513 SP0RRM'$ -aa CARLOAD SALE POSITIVELY ENDS AUG. 10 HURRY - Sea Us Refer* You Buy I Opan I a. m, to 9 », m, 6 Day* Par' Wook Carroll Friends May View Body at Sharp Funeral Homo. Funeral Services: Thursday 2:00 p. m. Sharp Funeral Home. Officiating: Rev. Ivan C. Bye. Interment: Carroll City Cemetery. Anyone desiring transportation, Call 3523. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll 17 Years Margaret Tiefenthaler The body may be viewed after 6:30 p. m. Thursday Sharp Funeral Home. Rotary: 1:00 p, m. Thursday. •:00 p. m. Friday. Lad by Rev. J. P. Hausmann. Funeral Mesa: Saturday 9:30 a. m. St; Bernard's Church, Breda. Officiating: Rev. J. P. Hausmann. Interment: St. Barnard's Cemetery, Breda, Iowa, Anyone desirlna transportation Call 9523. SHARP PUNSRAL HOMi Serving Carroll 17 Year* ALL WOOL COORDINATES PLAID JACKETS 10** -11** sizes 10 to 20 size* 38 to 44 SOLID COLOR SKIRTS 7" an Block - Gray ~ Brown - Chorcool (1) AH Wool ClcmJc Hold Jackal with octton back. Mothproofed with Mittn. NeJ/Choreool - Bljnek/Charcoal - BlMo/lrown - Turq./Blaek - Gold/. Chorcool - Dk. Green/Brown. (2) AN Wool Solid Color Ski* By front-rllned Saqt. (3)A«WoolS^tIcPColor|klrt^^'* 1 *•* plexrt front and pock-f LAY-A YOUR SCHOOL COLLECTION AT SPURGfcOl

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