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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 8, 1957
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Shopping Night Passes Without Major Incident CENTER POINT UB — The]of some public attention In con- Wednesday shopping night passed nection with an antt-loitering ordi without major incident in this dis* | nance passed in an effort to con turbed town. The usual crowd included a number of curiosity seekers from surrounding areas. Center Point has been the focus Mrs. Grafmyre and Children of Duluth Are Breda Visitors (Timet B era Id Xtrm Serrle*! BREDA — Mrs. James Grafmyre and children of Duluth, Minn., came Friday for a two- week visit at the R. J. Klaus home. Diane Polking is spending a week at the Clarence Eischeid home at Halbur. Mrs. Eischeid fractured her arm in a fall Saturday. Dr. and Mrs. Carl Ostrem of Des Moines visited Saturday with Mrs. Ida Wilson and Lotta Jones. Mrs. Wilson accompanied them to Lakewood Park, where they spent Sunday in their cottage. Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Ulveling and Mrs. Anna Fee visited at the Martin Kosse home at Remsen Sunday and with Sr. Margaret Alacoque, sister of Mr. Ulveling and Mrs. Kosse, who is visiting there. Mrs. Frank Feldman and son, Raymond, of Helena, Mont., Jim Parker and Mrs. Mary CahiU of Chicago spent the weekend with Mrs. Margaret Feldman. They were en route to their homes after a trip to Boston, Mass. Paul Fee, who has been attending summer school at Creighton University, Omaha, returned home Friday to spend the reniain- ing vacation at his home here. trol reckless driving and related disturbances of the peace. Mayor Leonard Wood said Thursday he thinks the situation has been given publicity out of proportion to its importance. He said the problem of disturbances by young violators has been building up since last winter. Center Point residents said loud talking, squealing tires and similar noises "keep us awake at nights." A. special policeman on duty Wednesday night said a crowd of about 75 men, mostly young adults, closed in on him when he tried to silence three motorcyclists who were racing their motors at a curb. He said there was some loud talk but things quieted down without incident. Sr. Mary Coletta Visits Mother and Other Breda Relatives ' (Time* Herald Newt Hervlee) BREDA — Sr. Mary Coletta, mother superior at St. Bridget Convent and school at Chicago, and her companion, Sr. Mary Florizita, who spent about five days with Sr. Coletta's mother, Mrs. Margaret Feldman, left for Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Feldman entertained at a picnic supper at their home Thursday evening honoring the nuns. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Feldman and family of Carroll, Mrs. Margaret Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Feldman, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heisterkamp, Wayne and Tom Feldman. Girl Scouts End 2-Day Camp at Park A two-day Girl Scout camp ended with taps at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Graham Park. The camp was held for the Brownies and for the Intermediate Scouts who were unable to attend camp at Boone in June. One hundred ten girls took part Tuesday and 95, Wednesday. . j Adult Leaders Co-chairmen of the camp were Mrs. Leighton Wederath and Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, who were assisted by troop leaders and assistant leaders: Mrs. Leo Kennebeck, Mrs. Joe Graham, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery, Mrs. Philip Dennis, Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. Ray Berger and Mary Lu Reinart. As the Brownies' handcraft projects, they modeled with salt and flour clay on the first day and made pins of plastic toothpicks and alphabet macaroni the second day. The Intermediates made pictures by arranging weeds and seeds on cards as their first day's handcraft project. They made necklaces with straws, odd beads and ribbons the next day. Mrs. Romaine Boes and Mrs. Ann Doffing directed the Brownies' handcraft and Mrs. Merle Vetter, the Intermediates'. 3 State Schools Planning More Afternoon, Night Classes (Early Story: Page 14) DES MOINES m - The three state-supported educational institutions are planning more afternoon and night classes, Gov. Herschel Loveless said Thursday, He told his news conference this was one of the subjects discussed in a 2Vk hour closed meeting with representatives of the State Board of. Regents and the institutions Wednesday, Loveless said the State University of Iowa, Iowa State College and Iowa State Teachers College each has one individual who does nothing but check on use of classrooms. The governor said the regents and college representatives neither asked a special session of the Legislature nor mentioned any amount of capital improvement appropriations which should be made. Referring to appropriations, Loveless commented: "I didn't try to bargain them 12 Timet Herald, Gat-rill, Iowa Thursday, Aug. I, 1957 down nor did they try to bargain me up.' 1 In recent weeks there have been increasing requests to the governor that he call a special session to reenact building fund, measures, particularly for trie educational institutions. Loveless vetoed capital improvement bills at the same time he vetoed the 2Vt per cent sales tax bill. "I have every reason to believe that they will work out the classroom usage problem," Loveless said. In a previous meeting with the group Loveless had asked for greater use of facilities. He also asked why the schools should not buy additional electric power needed instead of enlarging their own generating facilities. ISC and SUI should have engineering colleges and why the regents think SUI needs * new pharmacy building and a new wing on the present pharmacy- chemistry building. The governor said his various questions were discussed but that no conclusions were reached. He said he planned to meet with the group every two or three ntonthf land that the next meeting probab- Loveless also asked Why both'ly would be this fall. The Daily Record New Cars Registered— Berle Miller, Templeton, Ford; Carroll Motor Company, Carroll, Packard; Esther M. Mozinga, Carroll, Studebaker; Dr. Joseph L. Loucks, Manning, Chrysler; William H. Moorhouse, G1 i d d e n, Chevrolet; Malcolm E. Stevens, Glidden, Pontiac; Heider Manufacturing Company, Carroll, Chevrolet; Veryl I. McGrady, Carroll, Buick; J. H. Herweg, Carroll, Pontiac; Dailey, Motor Co., Coon Rapids, Plymouth; Kenneth J. King, Breda, Chevrolet; John F. Muenchow, Arcadia, Buick; John G. Wiebers, Arcadia, Pontiac; Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 315 N. Carroll Street Off lee 9712 Heme 9517 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Complete Visual Care DP. 0. M. O'Connor, Optometrist Vision Specialist — Dial 3318 Office Between Duffy's Bootery and Ellerbrotk's Closed Saturday Afternoon During Vacation Dr. John E. Martin OPTOMETRIST Vision Specialist . Office Over Woolworth Store Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Mel 9709 Complete Visual Care Dr. Rex W. Hinson OPTOMETRIST 102 W. 5th St. — Dial 96B7 Closed Saturday Afternoon During School Vacation CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Die! 3402 — Keepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-L AW S16K N. Adam* St. Dial 3161 Al Boss Speclallxlng in Livestock Farm Auctions • Dial 2363 — QarroU Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice fes all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Urban J. Janning New York Life Insurance Co. Life, Annuities, Accident, Sickness, Hospital A Group CARROLL, IOWA Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Record* V. Stuart Perry — Diel 9113 Dr. Roland B. Morrison, M.D. II7 Best Sixth Street — Carroll, lew* General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X>Ray* PHYSICIAN and SURGEON Dial 3543 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. FASCOB, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetric* Infant Feeding W. L, McCONKIB, M.D. - Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of . •ye, Bar, Nose and Throat Glasses Fitted A* REAS ANNBBBRG, M.D. • Medical end Surgical Treatment of Diseases of lye, Ear, Nose and Threat Glasses Fitted J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. , Ollfajeiend WALTER A. ANNBBBRG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNBBBRG, M.D. Surgery and DUoases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate end Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Fracture;* JAMBS M. TIERNBY, M.D. Internal Medicine DIAL 3557 Frank X. Mayer, Carroll. Chevro- The program was similar each j i e t ; Raymond J; McMahon, Carday, beginning with a flag raising ceremony by Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach at 9 a.m. Mrs. Floy,d Brandt led singing at 9:30. On the first day, Mrs. F. H. Arts gave a talk on trees and animals and on the second day, Mrs. Lambert Winnike on common rocks found in Iowa, during the nature study period. Direct Games Games for the Brownies were directed by Mrs. L. A. Smith and for the Intermediates, by Mrs. Ray Wilkens, at 10:45 each morning. A half-hour beginning at 11:30 was set aside for "wash up," followed by lunch and a rest period at noon. Mrs. Wederath conducted a story and music hour each day, beginning at 1 p.m. Hikes and games were scheduled for 2 o'clock and handcraft at 2:30. Taps were sounded at 3:30 each afternoon. roll. Ford; Robert A. Kanne, Car roll, International; Arizona - U- Drive, Phoenix, Ariz., Chevrolet; LyFe G. Knight. Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Edwin Haubrich, Carroll, Ford; Julius Wehrmann, Manning. Studebaker; Billie J. Bell, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Eugene A. Ringleb, Coon Rapids, Chevrolet; Elmer Stoffers, Westside, Pontiac; Glenn Wohlenberg, Carroll, Ford: Lyle J. Joens, Manning, Ford; Carroll Implement Co., Carroll, IHC; John J. Burns, Glidden, Plymouth; Marie G. Murphy, Carroll, Plymouth; Willard W. Smith, Coon Rapids, Plymouth; Manning Creamery Co., Manning, Dodge; Manning Creamery Co., Manning, Ford. THEY'LL BE SURPRISED ... A real surprise is in store for Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Stowe when they return to their Milwaukee home from their honeymoon. They will find several large signs, in and around their home, calling attention to their recent marriage. The groom's brother, Marvin Stowe, foreground, and a few of his friends, arranged the "billboard" display. Harry Slocums Are Back from Wedding Trip (Time. Hfrnld Servlen) LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. Harry Slocum returned home Wednesday from their wedding trip to Washington, where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McClue. Friday afternoon 12 members of the O.D.O. Club met at the Lanesboro Park for their regular monthly meeting. Following a short business meeting conducted by the president, there was a party for Daisy Hauskin, whose birthday was that day. After a few quiz games, refreshments were served by the officers. Mrs. Hauskin was presented with a gift from the club. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Zimbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Widman returned home Monday from South Dakota, where they attended funeral services Saturday for a relative of Mrs. Zimbeck and Mr. Widman. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wheeler and Mr. and Mrs. John Smith and children of California left Wednesday for their homes after spending several weeks visiting relatives and friends here and at Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Main and John spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Bliss in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Crouch and family of Fort Dodge were overnight guests Tuesday in the home of the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Potts. Dennis Jorgensen left Friday for Beatrice, Neb.^ where he will visit his cousin, Ronnie Miller* for a couple weeks. Mr. and'Mrs. Merle Howe and sons drove to Council Bluffs Saturday, where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Subbert. Their daughter, Miachel spent the day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Howe. Jerry and Jackie Strickland returned home Saturday from Fort Dodge after spending two weeks with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Don McCoy. receipts largely cows, about steady; other cattle and calves about steady; few loads and lots high good and high choice steers 24.00-27.00; few good and choice heifers 21.00-24.00. utility and commercial cows 12.50-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 15.25-17.50; good and choice vealer 21.0025.00; part load good 850 lb feeding steers 22.00. Breda Residents Visit in New Jersey < Times Herald N>w» Service) BREDA — Mrs. Charles Peters and Carol Ann Killeen left Sunday for a two-week visit in the Vernon Peters home at Gibbsboro, N. J. Margaret Sondgeroth, accompan- Salable sheep 1.000; all classes j ied by Gertrude Thies of Wall steady; good to prime spring lamb 22.00-24.50 ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Mrs. Jelste J. Sapp, Carroll. Mrs. Andy Krapfl, Carroll. Mrs. Henry W. Otto, Carroll. Ida E. Wagner, West Bend, lone H. Boeckman, Wall Lake. Dismissals— as* ass? r^k, .*s-^^j^»*L*a ATTEND GRADUATION (Time* Herald News Service) BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder and family of Wall Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buelt of Carnarvon, Mrs. Elizabeth De baby, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Donald Roth. Carroll. Mrs. Merlen Warnke, Carroll. Mrs. Leonard Wilkens and baby, Carroll. John Schenkelberg, Halbur. Mrs. Arnold R. Witt, Carroll. Births- Mr. and Mrs John Anderson, Coon Rapids, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin J. Bauer, Templeton, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rock- daschel, Odebolt, a daughter. Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Phillips, Manning, a daughter, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Buelt, Carroll, a daughter, Thursday. Mrs. Josephine Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. John Geier, son, John, Muriel and Karen Rutten were at Marshalltown Sunday to attend gradu- a t i o n exercises at Mercedian School of Practical Nurses, St. Thomas Mercy Hospital. Karen Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Snyder, was one of the graduates. Lake, have returned from a two week trip to Canada. They were joined at Chicago by a group of Catholics who accompanied them to Quebec, where they visited from July 21 to Aug. 1 at St. Ann's Shrine. Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Rettenmaier left Thursday on a week's trip to Amarillo, Tex., where they will visit 'relatives of Mrs. Rettenmaier. Fred Rutzes Have Guests from Springfield, Mass. (Time* Herald Jt.wt Service) MANNING - Mrs. Majf Mintle and son of Springfield, Mass., are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rutz. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen and Larry Genzen drove to Des Moines Sunday, with Cynthia Peters, who returned to her duties as a student nurse. They visited in the Herbert Boock home at Des Moines. Members of the Sunday Night Pinochle Club held a picnic at Denison Aug. 4. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wiemann, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ramsey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orrin Ram Mrs. A. E. Schaefer is a patient i sey and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. Art at St. Anthony Hospital, where she I Fielweber, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon underwent surgery Monday. Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Fee of Orange, Mrs - Albert Ml,sfeldt and Mr ' and Calif., came Tuesday to spend a month with her mother. Mrs. Mayme Heiman, at the John Kleespies home. Mrs. Amos Rutz and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Meyers were weekend guests in the Ray Sullivan home at Iowa City. Fred Seedens Spend Week Vacationing In the Black Hills (Time* Herall New. Serrlee) LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seeden and daughters are home from a week's trip through the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs, Warren Remsburg and Ed nein.dadSr-etetLiad burg and Eddie, and Linda Streeter and Mr. and Mrs. Will Remsburg returned home Monday eve- ping from a sight-seeing trip in Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Laughlin and son of Boone were visitors Friday in the Robert Main home. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Main to Rockwell City, where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kraft. Mrs. Frank Jacobs and sons of Sioux City were visitors Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Beeler. Gust Beeler, who had been a patient at the Greene County Hospital in Jefferson for a week, returned home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchinson returned home from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Toms returned home the latter part of the week from Lost Island, where they spent part of the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tapps and children spent Sunday night and Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Tapps at Richards and attended the rodeo at Webster City Sunday. Monday they spent the day in Ft. Dodge. The Tapps children, Roger and Kathy, remained in the home of their grandparents at Richards, while Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tapps are vacationing the rest of the week in Chicago, visiting Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Junkman. Dwight Bisgard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bisgard, was taken to McCrary-Rost Hospital in Lake City as a medical patient. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Smith attended the wedding Saturday of Audrey Mary Lee Tompson to E. Rodney Black at United Brethern Church in Washta, the bride's father officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Winker of Martinsdale, formerly of Arcadia, a son, Wjlliam Lawrence, August 2. Mrs. Winker is the former Sharon Lee, daughter of Mrs. William Lee of Coon Rapids. Mr. Winker is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winker of Arcadia. Carroll Markets VISITS MOTHER GLIDDEN—Mrs. Carl J. Dodds Jr. of Croton-on-Hudson. N. Y., is spending the month of August with her mother, Mrs. Grace McNaught of Glidden, while her husband, who is pastor of the Asbury Methodist Church at Croton-on-Hudson, is serving a relief pastorate at Flatts, Bermuda. Mrs. Dodds, the former Grace Geraldine' Mc Naught, is a graduate of the St Anthony School of Nursing, Carroll, and served as an Army Air Force nurse for three and a half years in World War II. After her graduation from nursing school, she was a staff nurse at the Carroll Medical Center. Mrs. Dodds has been active in the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service and last fall was elected president of the New York Dis trict. Formerly she was .an officer of the Kingston, N. Y., district and was on the staff of the first School of Missions conducted by the New York Conference at Poughkeepsie, N. V. . An Oregon man was arrested for flirting with a telephone oper ator, H« learned she had his number. GRAIN Soybeans, No. I ..... Corn, No. S yellow Oats $2.20 _ 1.24 _ .57 Chicago Grain These Market* »re FurnUhed by the Humphrey Grain Company _ Prev. Low High WHEAT Sept. 315% dose Clote 318% Dec. » 331% 219 323 4£ 318) March May CORN Sept. Deo. March May OATS Sept. Dec. March May SOY BEANS 321% 316 215% 215% 221% 221% 323% 318 318 H Sept. Nov. Jan. X.ARD Sept. Oct. Dee. 8* 70 70% 347% 339% 237% 341% 18.08 19.75 13.83 13.17 13.10 12.90 12.85 13.03 13.92 313 % 214 219 '4 219% 2211/s 216% 131% 131 h 137 131% 133 % 64% 67 \ 69% 70% 245% 237% 237% 341% 12.90 12.92 13.12 13.02 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO <fl—Hog receipts were somewhat light at 5,500 head Thursday and the market was moderately active and steady to 25 cents higher. In some instances on weights under 200 pounds, prices were 50 cents up. The top was $22.50 for mostly 210 to 230- pounders. Steers and heifers were steady but the supply extremely small among the light arrivals of 1,000 head. A few loads of high good and high choice steers sold at $24.00 to a top o' $27.00. (USDA) — Salable hogs «,500; moderately active, steady to 25 higher on butchers; instances 50 higher on weights under 200 lb; sows steady to as much as 25 higher; No. 2-3 200-225 lb butchers predominated at 21.75-22.25; few lots mostly 1 210-230 lb at 22.50; larger lots 340-400 lb sows 18.7520.00. . Salable cattle 1,000; calves 200; steers and heifers steady, but supply extremely small; small fresh IF THERE REALLY IS No Need For Continuous Advertising MINISTERS — should preach only one sermon or so a year. People art against sin anyway, so why harp on it? TRAFFIC LIGHTS — should be turned off at dangerous intersections to save electricity. Everybody knows it's a dangerous spot and that is sufficient. TEACHERS — shouldn't review lessons. Tell the children just once and they'll never forget it, *• , • HIGHWAY POLICE — should stop driving up and down the highways. No need to caution drivers by patrolling highways. Drivers know the law and obey it. OUT OF TOWNERS —- that advertise in the "big city" papers and mail order firms that send out catalogs are wasting their money. Everybody knows what is sold in stores in Carroll and they'll all shop here. But if you are one of the foolish kind . • . like the Notre Dame Cathedral that has stood for six centuries but still rings the bell every day to let people know it is still there . . . and believe in continuous profitable advertising, then your advertising belongs in the Carroll Daily Times Herald

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