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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
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Jaycees Plan Events and Hear Reports A final total of 27 new members was reported by Russell Wunschel, chairman of the Jaycee membership drive, at a meeting of the Carroll Jaycee club Wednesday rilght In the Chamber of Commerce room. The meeting convened 'at 7 p.m. and dismissed early so that members could' attend the Carroll- Coon Rapids baseball game. Dr. Rex Hinson, president, an nounced that State Jaycee Vice President Norman Nelson of Council Bluffs will be here to address the September 11 meeting. All Jaycees were asked to turn out In full force. Reports on the all-state meeting at Fairfield last weekend were given by Dr. M. J. Hall, Dr. Hinson, and Charles E. Knoblauch, manager of the senior Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Hinson read a letter from State President Bob Glark of Des Moines congratulating Carroll Jaycees on their successful bid for the all-state meeting in February. Glenn Lockhart reported on the traffic safety meeting, addressed by Frank B. Wish, field director of the Iowa Department of Public Safety, in the Chamber of Commerce room here Monday night. The annual Jaycee and Jaycee- ette picnic was set for 6;30 p.m.,! August 24, at Swan Lake State j Park. Wayne Schlorholtz and Don Hagedorn were named to head the committee in charge. Roger Oelerich was appointed chairman of the gum ball fundraising project and Howard Mather was named to head a new Jaycee bowling team. Recruited for the team last night were Roger Oelerich, Audie Novecek, Joe Dalhoff, Al Thomas, and Dale Ferguson. Others interested are asked to contact Mr. Mather. Two more players are needed. Appointed to launch a fund-raising campaign in December were Scott Whitley, chairman, R. L. (Bud) Baumhover, Louis Starmani and Bob Greteman. An invitation to the Farm Bureau picnic Thursday was extended by James Thomsen. Several members indicated that they planned to, attend. A short motion picture "The Jaycee Story" was shown. Aid(Continued from Page 1) hower won't stand for the cut the! subcommittee made. Personal Income Up $750 Million Over June Rate WASHINGTON MV-fhe personal Income of Americans last month was at a seasonally-adjusted annual rate of 345% billion dollars, the Commerce Department reported Thursday. That was 750 million dollars higher than the June rate. On the basis of an estimated population of 171% millipn, the July annual ratp averages about $2,014 for every American, about $40 higher than in June. For the first seven months of the year, the annual rate was 341 billion dollars—19 billion or 6 per cent higher than in the corresponding period of 1956. Agricultural inccme fell 100 million dollars between June and July to a total of $15,400,000,000. The June rate of 15 billion was the highest ever recorded. will compel almost certainly dan- The Daily Record jySTICE COURT & Summonses- Five traffic summonses were issued here by the state Highway Patrol Wednesday and charges against four motorists were dismissed In justice court. Martin J. Maher, Carroll,, was fined $5 and costs on a stop sign violation charge. Four motorists appeared before Justice of the Peace William J. Schmich on traffic summonses charging failure to have a driver's license in their possession when checked on a spot lights and equipment check by the highway patrol. Justice Schmich dismissed the charges when investigation disclosed the motorists all had valid driver's licenses. Breda, a daughter Tuesday. SHR Breda, a daughter, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs Edward W. Vogl, Halbur, as son, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. George Esdohr, Cocta Rapids, a son, Thursday. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats ... $2.20 1.23 .58 Timet Herald, Carroll, leva P»' Thursday, Aug. 15, 1957 J load of prime 1,230 lb steers 29.00; good and choice steers 22.00-26.50; few choice to low prime heifers 24.50-25.50; load high good and choice 875 lb heifers 23.10; utility and commercial cows t3.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 16,0018.00; standard to choice vealers 17.00-25.00; some good and choice 850-875 lb feeding steers 22.0023.50. Students entering college or re* turning! to college this fall ln -H elude, besides those published ln ; the back-to-schopl issue Wednesday, the following; Mary Lu Hudson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hudson, who will return to Knox College, Galesburg, III., as a Sophomore; Richard Bengfort. son of Mr. and Mrs. Salable sheep 1,000; spring lamb j Herman Bengfort, who will re- "It's too deep a cut," Martin j gerous reductions in the size and said. "The President won't stand I effectiveness of the forces now be- Complete SEWING OUTFIT Makes an Ideal Back-to-School Item for this. This will not permit him 1 tc'keep his commitments." The new presidential statement bore out Martin's prediction on how Eisenhower would view the subcommittee action. It did not, however, go into the matter of a special session or anything else Eisenhower might do about it. Claim Fund Big Enough The full committee report, written by Rep. Passman (D-La) who headed the.subcommittee, said the group has evidence that the funds approved are more than adequate to keep the program operating effectively. It said the committee noted that the unexpended balance for the Chicago Livestock CHICAGO Wl—Hogs were most; ly 25 cents lower Thursday and in some instances were* off 50 cents. Sows were steady to 25 cents lower. A top of $21.75 was paid for 116 j sept, head of uniform No. 1 219-pound j Dec butchers. Steers and heifers were about j steady, with a load of prime 1,230- fully steady to strong; other class es steady; good and choice spring lamb 22.00-24.00. Chicago Grain Thnse Markets are Furnished by the Humphrey Grain Comoan .T WHEAT High Low Pre v. Close Clone 218 % 217 H 218 ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Judy Fleskes, Carroll. Peter P. Irlbeck, Maple River Barbara G. Patrick, Coon Rapids. 1 pound steers topping at $29.00 Joseph F. Foley, Westside. j (USDA) — Salable hogs 7,000; Mrs. Bonnie Chuse, Coon Rapids. I moderately active and uneven; 224 i/« 223 H March 227 H 226 May j CORN Sept. ing maintained by free nations bordering on Communist lands. Additionally it will lead to serious difficulties in the economies of those nations supporting such forces. "3. The cut in the development loan fund—a 40 per cent cut- makes impossible the realization of the important purpose for which this fund was established by the Congress. "4. The cut in technical assistance will make it difficult to as- sit our friends, particularly those newly independent nations who have turned to the United States for help, in helping themselves. "5. The cut in the special as-; sistance fund will not only serious Elmer Brayfford, Scranton Peter Carstens, Manilla. Dismissals- James F. Hyland, Carroll. Mrs. Willard Wickberg, Carroll. Mrs. Ralph P Hoffman and baby, Carroll. Leet Peebles, Lake City. Carrie C. Pawletzki, Arcadia. Mrs. Williard Wickberg, Carroll. Mrs. Henrietta Peters, Arcadia. Mrs. Everett J. Stutzman, Glid- ben. Mrs. Frederick Nissen and baby, Audubon. Births— Mr. and Mr3. Gien H. Neumayer mostly 25 lower; instances 50 lower on butchers; sows moderately active, steady to 25 lower; Np. 23 200-280 lb butchers 20.75-21.25; several lots No. 1-2 200-225 lb 21.2521.50; 116 head lot uniform No. 1 219 lb 21.75; larger lots mixed grades 330-400 lb sows 18.25-19.75. Salable cattle 1.000; calves 200; very small fresh receipts increased by around 500 cattle carried from Wednesday; bulk of the holdover supply slaughter steers; steers and heifers about steady with late Wednesday; cows and bulls steady to strong; vealers steady: stockers and feeders firm; Dec. 221% 220% 128* 127% 126% 12S»i 223% 223 7 » 226 226% 221 »i 221% 127% 127». 125% March 130% 129% 129% May OATS Sept, Dec. March May 133% 132% 133 218 218 % 223 \ 223 % 226% 226 i.s 221 129 129 ii 126% 126'. 130 % 131 134i, , 134i 4 • 85% 64% 68 % 67% 7014 70 SOV BEANS Sept. 248% Nov. Jan. LARD Sept. i Oct. Dec. "0% 70% 246% 242% 240% 246% 244% 13.10 12.85 13.25 13.40 13.05 13.20 64% 65 67% 68 70 70% 70% 246% 247 240% 241 245 13.07 13.10 13.20 13.35 70% 70% 247% 247i., 242% 242 % 246 246% 13.00 13.17 Mere Students |Ldis Schelle NOW Returning to Colleg.j S|1 . Mary f>,4 t \\ a rtimat' fcenM »errte»> "BREDA -Lois Sch'elii of Bred* was invested with the habit and veil of the Staters of th%'Third Order a! St; -Francis Adoration Monday m^^n^^ 12, in the Maria Arigeiora^cffiid at St. Rose Convent, La Crossii Wis. She was given the name of Sr. M. Fidelia. The class of 25 ia> eluded two girls from Guam. Attending the ceremonies from Breda were the Rev. J, P. HaU#> mann, Sr. Fidelia's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schelle. and all of her brothers and sisters: Mr, and Mrs. Merlin Schelle, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Schelle, Mr. and Mr*. Wayne Schelle, Mr arid Mrs. Fred Kennebeck, Mr, and Mrs. Nyl« Schelle, Mr. and Mrs. Lenus The* len and Ronald Schelle, and tw« friends, Lois and lone Nieland. All returned Tuesday EXTRA FANCY LIGHT MEAT! turn to Minnesota State Teachers College, Mankato, as a sophomore; Dick Renze, son of Mr. and Mrs s Louis Renze, who will transfer from the State University of Iowa to Mankato as a sophomore; James Bockhaus. son of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. who will enter Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., for his first year; and five more Kuemper graduates who will enter St. Anthony School of Nursling. These are Delores Madigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Madigan: Freda Gohling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Gehling; Marlene Leiting. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Leiting; Loretta Spieker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Spieker; and Gloria Venteicher, daughter of Mr. , and Mrs .Henry Venteicher. 65,4 ! and Mrs. Henry Venteicher. 68% ! ' 68' 2 MAJOR SURGERY AGAIN Clayton Olerich, 18, of Breda, who underwent hir. third operation Monday, is • scheduled for major surgery again Ht is in the University-Hospitals, Iowa City, where he is addressed University Hospitals, Ward C-22, Iowa City, Iowa. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. 13J3C Lawrence Olerich of Breda. StarKiist <Z72ZCTHZ». Tuna^> PREMIUM mutual security program last June : ly affect the funds for such pro-; 30 was $6,195,000,000. That, with \ grams as the worldwide effort to eradicate malaria, and to aid Hungarian refugees, but will also ser the new money recommended, would give the agency $8,719,760,000. As In his previous pleas, Eisenhower took the stand Thursday iously reduce the reserve funds \ hitherto provided to the President: | to meet emergencies which in- Frl., Sat., and Monday limit—1 let to » Cuttomw e Mt Save «n yevr tewing* end mending needtl Set Includes 12 spoeli of mer- eerjied eorton thread in assorted popular talon and while and block; a package of imported needlei, and a simplified needle threader. Sells regularly for 69e. Would cost much mare If you purchased the pieces separately. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE C. W. NICOLL Owner that even the full authorization '• evitably develop in the world we bill figures would hamper pro-; live in today." grams designed for the country's i Ahead of the White House state- best interests. I nient House Republican Leader; "The President," the statement; Martin of Massachusetts said Ei- said, "is gravely concerned over j senhower won't stand for the sub- 1 j these cuts. In the conviction that! committee cut. j the national interests of this coun-! "It's too deep a cut," Martin j try are deeply involved, he sin- j said. "The President won't stand cerely hopes that final congres- for this. This will not permit him; | sional action with restore the to keep his commitments." amounts to those authorized by the congress yesterday." 'TO CONVENTION Congress authorized $3,367,083,- : Judee Hess of Carroll and Carol I 000 but the subcommittee voted to Blitgen of Bellevue will attend the' slash this by $809,650,000 in acting national convention of Catholic j on a bill making the actual ap- j College presidents in New York propriation. | City as delegates from Clarke Col-! "The President said yesterday' lege, Duhuque. Miss Hess and j that the cuts already made in the I Miss Blitgen, accompanied by the j authorization bill were of such na- latter's cousin, Mary Beth Blitgen ture as to hamper the programs j of Bellevue, and Mary Kay Wat-! designed for the best interests of \ son of Sioux City left Thursday i | the United States and the free) morning by automobile on an I world," said Thursday's White eastern vacation trip of about | House statement. It continued: "Here is how the President views the additional cuts made by the subcommittee of the House Appropriations Committee: "1. The cut in military assistance is very deep and seems uiv three weeks, which will include attendance at the convention. They will go to South Bend, Ind., Washington, D. C, the Catskill Mountain region and West Chesterfield, N. H., where they will visit Miss Hess' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Anderson. justified in extent. It will seriously ! Niagara Falls and Ontario, Can- j | delay modernization of the free j ade, are included in their return; world's forces in the face of progressively improved Communist forces. "2. The cut in defense support trip. Miss Watson arrived here: Wednesday and was an overnight; guest of Miss Hess. She is also a j classmate at Clarke College. j Give your complexion this flawless, radiant look! ...the one compact makeup that never cakes, never turns orange-y! *LOVE«PAT' is pressed powder plus times as much beautifying oil as foundation with Lanolite. Unlike other compact makeups. Nine skin* loose powder, it's spillproof! Gives matching shades! Gold-and'tortoise- you an unchanging, natural-looking shell tone case. 1.35 plus tax. bloom— because it contains up to 3 ' You'll lave 'Love-Pat*! Get tomk today at LEHMAN'S DRUG STORE THE HEALTH TRAIN SPECIAL A Si® 600! VEGETABLE* FLOUR ROBIN HOOD FRESH FRUITS 50-lb. Bag CALIFORNIA STRAWBERRY Preserves PEACHES SYRUP HERSHEY CHOCOLATE 16-ox. 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