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Swim Team Again Beaten By Red Oak Carroll junior swimmers lost a dual, meet at Red Oak Thursday night by a total score of 100 to 141. The score was said to be the closest for dual meets in the history of the 40 by 80-foot Red Oak pool and several pool records were broken. The crack Red Oak team, which was victorious at a junior meet in Carroll August 14, has yet to be beaten in intercity contests. Four-relay races and six solo events were won by Carroll swimmers, Helen Provopulos scoring individual honors with firsts in the 40-yard backstroke, 40-yard breastroke, 40-yard free style and second in the 80-yard free style for girls of 15 years and under. Carroll swimmers and onlookers made the trip to Red Oak in a Kuemper High School bus, returning after the meet last night. Placings for the Carroll team and time of those who came in first were as follows: Girls 10 and under, 20-yard free style — Ramona Balk, 3rd. Boys 10 and under, 20-yard free style — John Marz, 3rd. Girls 13 and under, 40-yard free style — Rosemary Balk, 2nd. Boys 13 and under, 40-yard free style — Joe Morrissey, 1st, time 26.9; Dick Conley, 2nd; and George Conley, 3rd. ' Girls 15 and under, 40-yard free style — Helen Provopulos, time 1:24.9. Boys 15 and under, 40-yard free style—Roger Kaspersen, 3rd. Girls 10 and under, 20-yard backstroke—Romona Balk, 2nd. Boys 10 and under, 20-yard backstroke — Lee Anneberg, 3rd. Girls 18 and under, 40-yard backstroke,— Mary Rosburg, 2nd. : Boys 13' and under, 40-yard backstroke —Dick Gregerson, 1st, time 34.lt George Provopulos, 3rd. : Girls 15 and under, 40-yard backstroke — Helen Provopulos, 1st, time 32.4; Beth Anneberg, 3rd. ' Girls 15 and under, 80-yard free •etyle—Helen Provopulos, 2nd. ••" Boys 15 and under, 80-yard free style — Roger Kaspersen, 2nd; Tex Adams, 3rd. Boys 10 and under, 20-yard breaststroke — Bobby Snyder, 3rd. '•• Girls 13 and under, 40-yard •breastroke — Vicki Brown, 3rd. —. Boys 13 and under, 40-yard breastroke — George Provopulos, 1st, time 36.3; Spencer Anneberg, 2nd. . Girls 15 and under, 40-yard , breastroke — Helen Provopulos, 1st, time 33.0; Judy Roth, 3rd. Boys 15 and under, 40-yard breastroke—Tex Adams, 3rd. .Boys 10 and under, 80-yard free style relay — John Marz, Jay Thomas, Lee Anneberg and Bobby Jtayder, 1st by default. Boys IS and under, 160-yard freestyle relay — Joe Morrissey, George Conley, Dick Conley and Jerry Huelshorst, 1st, time 1:51.8. - Girls 13 and under, 160-yard medley relay — Judy Snyder, yield Brown, Rosemary Nagl and Rosemary Balk, 1st, time 2:28.1. Boys 18 and under, 160-yard medley relay — Dick Gregerson, George Conley, George Provopu­ los and Joe Morrissey, 1st, time ,8:20.5. The Daily Record JUSTICE COURT Traffic Pines- Fines levied on traffic charges by Justice of the Peace W. J.' Schmich include: Aug. 22 — George Hannasch, Carroll, $5 and costs, no valid chauffeur's license; Louis A. Stabbe, Sac City, $10 and costs, stop sign; Aug. 21 —Walter J. Boland, Council Bluffs, $10 and costs, improper passing; Aug. 19 —Wilson J. Frank, Coon Rapids, $15 and costs, defective brakes; Aug. 16 — Marvin B. Sporrer, Dedham, $10 and costs, improper passing. All arrests were made by highway patrolmen. Highwoy- (Continued from Page t), ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- John J. Stroud, Scranton. Mrs. Louis Hugeback, Carroll. Susan Macke, Carroll. Mrs. Sam Morrison, Sac City. Dismissals- Mrs. Michael Berger, Halbur. Peter Carstens, Manilla. John Pels, Carroll. Mrs. Bonnie Chase, Coon Rapids. Sheryl Schroeder, Odebolt. Mrs. Jeannette Halyard, Carroll. Joan Welch, Wall Lake. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. Haselton, Carroll, a son, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Amos K. Rutt, Manning, a son, Friday. COMPLETES TRAINING FORT HOOD, Tex. (AHTNC) - Pvt. Ronny D. Newman, 18, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Newman, 617 Monroe St., Lake City, is sched tiled to complete basic combat training with the 4th Armored Di vision at Fort Hood, Tex., late this week. He is a 1957 graduate of West View High School. (Time* Herald News Service) WALL LAKE —Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wessendorf of Churdan, a son, Thomas Craig. Saturday at the Greene County Hospital in Jefferson. They have one other child, a son, Chris. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stock are the. maternal grandparents. with the Highway Commission concerning the No. 63 project near Oskaloosa and then be would have known the facts. . "Instead of that he shot from the hip. It would be better in the future if Jie would avoid making speculative and misinformed public pronouncements.. "The governor's record of baseless attacks 'against the Highway Commission is wearing ffoout as thin as his charge that everyone is running for governor. "About the only interpretation that can be applied is that he was trying to divert attention away from his alleged unlawful Teamsters Union contribution." Facts of Case The statement said the facts of the Oskaloosa case are: "1. The highway Is not a federal aid project so no public hearing was actually required. However, as a matter of public relations and on the possibility that federal aid money might become available, a hearing was conducted. "2. No land was purchased prior to the public hearing. Options were taken which were subject to cancellation if the project wasn't built. "3. A fair, just and equitable price was paid for all land." The Republican Highway Commission members are Robert K. Beck of Centerville; Russell Lundy of Des Moines and Chris Larsen of Sioux City. They said probing of the commission by the governor and the Iowa Legislative Investigating Committee has damaged commission morale and delayed the road letting schedule. Plan Probe of Teamsters' Gift to Loveless Drive DES MOINES WrV-Riports that the Teamsters Union contributed money to the campaign of Gov. Herschel Loveless will be investigated by the Iowa Legislative Investigation Committee, Rep. Clark McNeal (R-Belmond) says. McNeal, chairman of the committee, said Thursday he was convinced that there had been a "direct violation" o^ the Iowa law. Teamsters Vice President James Hoffa testified before a Senate investigating committee this week Times Herald, Carroll, lows Friday, Aug. 23, 1M7 that the Teamsters had donated funds to the campaign of one candidate for governor of Iowa in 1956. Later in an interview Harold Gibbons of St. Louis, secretary- treasurer of the Central States Conference of the union, said the money went to the Loveless campaign and the amount was either $5,000 or $2,500, he couldn't remember which. v McNeal said his committee plans to make "a very complete analysis of the situation." He cited a section of Iowa law, passed in 1937, which makes it unlawful for "any person or political organization to use any funds donated by a nonresident person, firm or corporation for the purpose of conducting a campaign for political purposes." McNeal said the committee was "interested in the extent of this sort of thing" and said he believes the Teamster contribution "is only a small part of such funds" coming into Iowa from outside the state. At a Shelby County Republican picnic at Harlan Thursday night, Roscoe Jones of Atlantic, 7th District Republican chairman, urged a full investigation to determine "who paid the money, who in Iowa received it, who endorsed the checks and through what account it w,as handled." Deaths and Funerals Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 3 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats : $2.12 1.18 .59 Chicago Grain These Markets ar* furnished by the Humphrey -Grain Company _ Prev. Close Close WHKA.T Sept. Dec. High 218 S 224« Low 217% 223% March 227% 226% May 222 W 221% CORN Sept. 127% 126% Dec. 127 H 126% March May OATS Sept. 131 \ 134 H 66% 130% 133% 66 Dec. 69% 69 March 71 % May 72 SOf BEAM 8 Sept. 341* 71 71% 288% Nov. 287 V4 235% Jan. 341% 230% 223% 226% 226% 218% 224% 227% 221% 322% 221% 222% 128 126% 126% 126% 126% 130% 133% 66 69 69% 71 71% 137% 127% 131% 13414 66% 69% 69% 338 % 240% 239 241 235% 236 339 237% 338 239! 2414 THIRD OPERATION (Times Herald Xewi Service) BREDA — Clayton Olerich son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Olerich, j to low choice heifers 22.00-22.50; underwent his third operation utility and commercial 13.75-16.00: Chicago Livestock CHICAGO m — Livestock prices were steady to weak Friday with butcher hogs mostly 25 lower. No. 1-3 butchers of 200-280 pound weights sold mostly for $20.50 to $21. One sorted lot of 200 pounders brought the $21.50 top. Cattle were steady in a cleanup trade. Good to average choice steers were $22 to $26. (USDA) — Salable hogs 5,000; closed active; butchers mostly 25 lower; sows uneven; steady to weak; No. 1-3 mostly 2-3 200-280 lb butchers 20,50-21.00 ; 24 head lot No. 1 200 lb sorted for weight and grade 21.50. Larger lots mixed grades 325-400 lb sows 18.75-20.00. Salable cattle 500; calves 100; slaughter steers and heifers steady to cleanup trade; cows, bulla and vealers steady; few lots good to average choice slaughter steers 22.00-25.00; several small lots good Hoffa- (Continued from Page 1) MRS. GERTRUDE KORTE Funeral services for Mrs. Gertrude Korte of Seattle, Wash., formerly of Carroll, will be at 9 a.m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral chapel, starting Saturday noon. Rosary recitation will be at 8 p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman leading Sunday night. Mrs. Korte's son, Gregory Korte, will arrive here from Waldwick, N. J., Saturday. Mrs. Korte, 79, was the widow of George Korte, who had practiced law in Carroll before the family moved to Seattle. She was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bernard H. (Barney) Drees, Carroll pioneers. HENRY W. BEISCH Henry W. Beisch, 78, died Thursday evening at the Tryon Rest Home, 827 North Carroll Street, after a three-year-illness. and presently stationed at Fort Carson, Colo. Besides his wife and parents, Mr. Gietz was preceded in death by one son, Lawrence, in infancy; a brother, Fred Gietz; and three sisters, Anna Gietz, Mrs. Henry (Mary) Bruning and Mrs. Matt (Elizabeth) Weber. Mr. Gietz was a member of SS. Peter and Paul's Church and the Holy Name' Society of the parish. Monday at University Hospital, Iowa City: He ia in Ward C-22. Fuses Blowing? Heed the warning, your appliances are « overloading your wiring system. if Could Bt Strleusl Bttttr lot us check Into It. Modern Living Needs Modern Wiring few utility and commercial bulls 16.50-18.50; standard to choice vealers 16.00-25.00; load of medium to low good 750 lb feeding steers 20.75. MARKETS AT A GLANCE NEW YORK (A — Stocks—Lower; slow" decline continues. Bond—Lower;, governments decline. Chicago- Wheat — Easy, spring crop improvement. Corn—Off to IVi, overnight rains. Oats—Steady to % off. Soybeans—Down to two cents, deferred exports. Hogs—Steady to 26 lower. Cattle—Steady on good cleanup demand. Teamster locals staffed by officers from the underworld. "I am shocked and disturbed very much as to what these individuals did and how they got there," Hoffa said. Ives said that Hoffa had "consorted with bums and criminals" throughout almost his entire career, and that he wanted to know whether Hoffa would continue to do so if elected as president of the union. "I intend to conduct myself in keeping with respectability," Hoffa replied. The Dio family, which Hoffa said he had agreed to> look after, is Mrs. Dio and two children. Awaiting Sentence Dio now is in Tombs Prison in New York awaiting sentence on a shakedown conspiracy conviction. He is also under indictment in connection with the acid blinding of labor columnist Victor Riesel, and faces charges of income tax violations. If convicted on the income tax charges, the 43-year-old Dio could get a sentence up to 20 years. Hoffa acknowledged Thursday that in 1953 he had had dealings with Dio about organizing New York taxi drivers. But he insisted he did not know then that Dio had a record of alleged antiunion shakedowns. Under further questioning Friday Hoffa said he still has a friendly relationship with the racketeer and told of the promise to look out for Mrs. Dio. Still pleading a faulty memory, Hoffa repeatedly told the Senate Rackets Investigating Committee he can't recall whether he had business dealings with Dio. * "I can never recall doing any business with Dio," Hoffa said under questioning by Committee Counsel Robert F. Kennedy. Fencing with his questioner, he, added; "I don't know what you mean by business.'V Arranged Demonstration Hoffa acknowledged that he did help to arrange two or three years ago for Dio to demonstrate to the Teamsters Union and some truck line operations in Chicago a two- way radio device. Hoffa said Dio was then an official of the Link Radio Co. in New York, but said he wouldn't call that a business transaction. Hoffa said he also has an option on some Florida real estate, known as Sun Valley, and that Dio bought lots there after asking whether it was a good deal but that he didn't consider that a business transaction, either. It was Hoffa's fourth day in the witness chair. Kennedy waded in with questions about Dio right after Chairman McClellan (D-Ark) banged the gavel calling the hearing into session. "When did you last see Johnny Dio?" he asked. "Off hand, probably 30, 60, 90 days—it could be one of the two," Hoffa replied after some thought. HARRY H. HILLMER Final rites were held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Huffman Funeral Home for Harry H. Hillmer, 63, lifelong resident of Carroll, who died of a heart attack in his sleep Monday at his apartment in the Burns building on West Fifth Street. The Rev. P. M..- Mattes, pastor of St. Francis Church, Maple River, officiated. Mrs. Stephen Huffman played a piano prelude and postlude. Mr. Hillmer, a veteran of World War I, was buried with military Requiem mat* wiU be read by i 1™°? ^1.^^.,'.". ™. the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes at 9 a.m. Saturday at the St. Lawrence Church. Burial will be in St. Francis Cemetery, Maple River. River; Mrs. Lillian Gobeli and Ray Wine, both of Lake City; six grandchildren; one brother, Francis Clark, and one sister, Mrs. Clarence Westering, both of Lake City, and a tiumber of nieces and nephews. MRS. ROY GILLESPIE (Times Herald News 8 *rvie«) LAKE CITY - Funeral rites for Mrs. Roy Gillespie, 76. were held August 8 at the Methodist Church in Renwick with the Rev. Roy Biesemeyer officiating. Pallbearers were Alfred Kleen, Burt Martin, Carl Fleming, Fritz Britt, Robert McGowan and Everett Nelson. Burial was in Elmwood Cemetery, Renwick. Mrs. Gillespie, the former Edna Alvina Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Long, was born Nov. 2, 1880, at Tipton. She died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Philip Beckerdite, in. Lake City August 5. On October 30, 1901, she married Roy Mortimer Gillespie. They were the parents of three daughters. Mrs. Gillespie spent most of her life on a farm northeast of sisted by Rev. W. Thomas Barnes Jr., assistant pastor of the Fort Dodge church. Pallbearers were Mark Jones, W. E. Lovett, Melvin Wilson, Manuel Wentz, Charles Simpson and George Krause. Burial, in charge of Bruce's Mortuary of Fort Dodge, was in North Lawn Cemetery, Fort Dodge. Earl Arthur Hays, son of Harry and Elvira Hays, was "born at Holdrege, Neb.. October 29, 1B94. When he was a small boy, the family moved from Nebraska to Aspinwall, Ia. A few years later, they moved to Manning where he attended school and worked for several years in the Manning Creamery. In 1914 he" went to St. Joseph, Mo., where he attended a school of veterinary medicine for three Newsmen Get Ready to Go to China HONG KONG 1*1 — American correspondents granted U.S. permission to work in Red China Friday renewed visa applications in telegrams to Peiping. They had been told earlier the visas would be granted. King Peng, information chief of the Communist Chinese Foreign Ministry, advised Americans here last month that visas would be approved as soon as the U.S. State Department granted clearance. The Red China Travel Service said Friday it had no word from the Communist capital on granting visas to the six Americans already waiting here to enter China. The service will handle travel arrangements for the reporters. Secretary of State Dulles announced in Washington Thursday that the State Department ban on travel in Red China had been lowered to permit, one correspondent from each of 24 news organization to go to Red China. The reporters were granted permission to work in China for a trial period. The trial will determine whether China will be further opened to American news media. State Department officials said. Reporters years. In 1917 he enlisted in the j have been barred from the main- U.S. Army. J land since 1949, first by the Corn- While he was in St. Joseph, he;munist.s themselves and later by married Sara Howland of Rolfe .j state Department regulations. Ia. In 1917 they located in Lanesboro, where Dr. Hays followed his profession of veterinary surgeon for several years. In 1924 they moved to Lake City where he con- Renwick except for the past three, tinued hjs practice until he ret ired Olivet Cemetery. The service was under the direction of H a r o 1 d Kienapfel and Floyd Heithoff of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, Ameri,, _ . . , _ . . can Legion. Pallbearers were Mr. Beisch son of Peter andj Jameg Conl Francig Conl Margaret Dayhng Beisch w * 5 Paul N. Heires, Glenn Wohlenberg, born Oct. 17 1879. at Schemll s; Haro , d Hermsen and Mauric8e Mt., Iowa. At the age of five years j g c hmitt he came to Carroll County with, Attendlng me - rites from away his parents. He attended school at : were Mr * Hillmer . s daU g hters , Carroll and Maple River. ! Mrs. Maurice (Harriet) Morley, He had done railroading, farming and blacksmithing. Surviving are one brother, Neal Beisch, St. Benedict, Iowa, nieces and nephews. His parents and one brother, John Beisch, preceded him in death. Mr. Beisch was a member of the j St. Lawrence Church. JOSEPH WILLIAM GIETZ After being in failing health for two years, Joseph William Gietz," 89, died at 10:20 p.m. Thursday at St. Anthony Hospital, where he had been a patient since August 11. Mr. Gietz, Carroll County pioneer, had lived in his present horde. 303 North Whitney Street, for 50 years. Funeral services will be at 10:30 a.m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Requiem mass will be read by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Friends may call at the Twit Funeral Chapel, starting at 2 p.m. Saturday. The rosary will be recited at the chapel at 8 p.m. Saturday and 8 p.m. Sunday, led by Msgr. Greteman Sunday night. Mr. Gietz, born Oct. 1, 1867, at New Vienna, Ia., came to Carroll County at the age of seven years with his parents, William and Elizabeth Risses. Gietz, who located on a farm near Mt. Carmel. He attended school at Mt. Carmel 1 , and remained at home until his marriage to Katharine Bruning, which took place Nov. 25, 1892, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Gietz established their home in Breda, where he and Henry Bruning operated a general store. In 1905, the family came to Carroll, where Mr. Gietz was employed by the late Joseph and Tony Wiedemeier in their general store. Later, he worked at the J. A. Strohm Company, store. His last employment was at the Hannasch & Tranter Grocery until his retirement. Hit wife died March 7, 1930. Mr. Gietz ur survived by four daughters, Bertha Gietz, at home; Mrs. C. W. (Julia* Harvey, Boone; Mrs. Clara Stroh, at home; and Mrs. Al (Rosella) Johnston, Spring Valley, Minn.; one son,. Archie Gietz, Carroll; and one grandson, Donald Stroh, who is serving in the U.S. Army Corpus Christi, Tex., and Mrs Gerald (Dorothy) Morley, Lincoln Park, N. J. Besides his daughters, he is survived by six grandchildren, one brother, C. L. Hillmer, Omaha, and one sister, Mrs. Florence Brucher, Lincoln Park, N. J. He was preceded in death by his wife, who was. Theresa Axman before her marriage, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hillmer, a sister, Mrs. Ed (Bess) Albertson, and two brothers, Oscar and Frank Hillmer. Frank died in infancy. Mr. Hillmer, an electrician, was employed by the Heires Electric Company. He was a 35-year-member of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. HIGGINS INFANT (Times Herald News Service) VAIL — Graveside rites were held Tuesday afternoon at St. Ann's Cemetery in Vail for the infant baby of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Higgins of Grand Junction. years, when she resided with her daughter at Lake City. She had not been well for the past two years. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, two brothers and one sister. She is survived by three daughters: Mrs. N. R. Yarbrough of Storm Lake, Mrs. Pljilip Beckerdite of Lake City and Mrs. Robert Whyte of Goldfield; nine grandchildren; and four sisters: Mrs. Florence Plumley of Kansas City, Mrs. Nellie Johnson and Mrs. Mabel Eversote of Los Angeles, Calif, and Mrs. Vera Davidson of Indiana. MRS. CORA WINE (Times Herald News Serriee) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Mrs. Cora Wine, 71, were held August 17. at 2 p.m. at Woodlawn Christian Church here. The Rev. Howard D. Prather officiated, assisted by Rev. C. O. Stuckenbruck. Pallbearers were: Richard Sharkey, Loren Williamson, Burney Ort, Kenneth Ort, Gary Williamson, and Vernon Williamson. Burial, in charge of the Karn Funeral Home, was in Lake City cemetery. Cora May Clark, daughter of John E. and Annie E. Clark, was born at Lake City, August 11, 1886. On April 6, 1910 she married Solomon Lewis Wine, and they lived on a farm near Lake City for 20 years. They were the parents of four children, Dwight, Laura, Lil lian and Ray. In 1930 they moved into Lake City. Mr, Wine died in 1935. Mrs. Wine has been confined to her home with arthritis for a number of years. She died August 15, at McCrary- Rost Hospital in Lake City. She was a member of Woodlawn Chris tian Church. Preceding her in death were her parents, her husband, a brother, Warren, in infancy, and two sis ters* Mrs, Hugh Sharkey, and Mrs Alvin Koontz. She is survived by four children, Dwight Wine, Glidden; Mrs. Matthew -Wheels (Laura). Maple MISS VIVIAN LEONARD (Times Herald News Servlee) LAKE CITY - Final rites for Miss Vivian.'Leonard, 83, were held Tuesday, August 20, at 2 p.m. at the Karn Funeral Home here. The Rev. C. O. Stuckenbruck officiated. Pallbearers were Robert' Gordon, Charles Fulkerson, Harold Butrick, Paul Packer, Roy Madden and Frank Conrad. Burial was in Cottonwood Cemetery. Vivian Lenore Leonard, daughter of David and Martha Dutton Leonard, was born at Walrod, la., February 11, 1874. In 1893 her parents moved to the Lake City community and she joined them in 1896. She was a graduate of Highland Park College in Des Moines. She taught in Webster City. Vinton, Jewell and at Humboldt College. Later, she returned to the home farm west of Lake City to live with and care for her parents. She also took into her home a niece, Dorothy Swender, whose mother died at her birth, and whom Miss Leonard reared to womanhood. . Thirteen years ago she and her niece moved into Lake City. After the death of her niece in 1948 Miss Leonard began to fail in health. For six years prior to her death she was unable to lead an active life. She died August 17, 1957 at a Council Bluffs hospital. Miss Leonard was a member 'of the First Presbyterian Church of Lake City and a past president of its women's organization. She was also a member of Chapter BO, P.E.O., the Monday Club and the Shakespeare Club, all of Lake City, and had served all three as president. Preceding her in death were her parents, three brothers, five sisters and her niece, Dorothy Swender. She is survived by one brother, David Leonard of Lake City, several nieces and nephews and other relatives. in 1945. In the spring of 1954 Dr and Mrs. Hays moved to Fort Dodge Dr. Hays died Monday, August i abl y be changed 12, at his summer home on Lake Okoboji, as the result of a heart attack. Preceding him in death were his parents and one'brother. Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Sara Hays. Fort Dodge; one son, Merlin Hays, Fort Dodge; three Six American reporters waiting here encountered delay at the U.S. Consulate which said it had not received instructions from Washington. American passports now are stamped invalid for travel in Red China and the 24 passports belonging to correspondents will presum- Studebaker-Packard 'Scotsman' Demand Better Than Expected SOUTH BEND. Ind. <*v-Studebaker-Packard Corp. Friday re- grandchildren; and five sisters: j ported a loss of $6,810,202 for the Mrs. Clyde Doolittle, Des Moines; I six months ended June 30, corn- Mrs. Harold White, Park Rapids, | pared with a loss of $35,465,456 Minn.; Mrs. Henry Grelck. Mrs. i before special charges of 60 mil- Earl Barsby and Mrs. M. L. i lion dollars in the first six months Wiese, Manning. Virgil Genzens of Manning Back from New Aygo, Michigan (Times Herald News Serviee) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Vir- of 1956. DR. E. A. HAYS (Times Herald News Berries) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Dr. E. A. Hays, 62, were held August 15 at 2:30 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church in Fort Dodge. The Rev, C. O. Stucken­ bruck of Lake City officiated, as- for lasting home beauty Get your share of new home loveliness now during our big sale of Arm? strong Excelon Tile and Asphalt Tile. BIERL SUPPLY •11 N. Wttt ft, QUI 9910 One GaOot SEIOUTZ HOUSE PAINT with purchase of 5 gallons SEIDUTZ House Paint or Primer OR buy fewer than 5 gafloos at $1.00 OFF Rag. Pries $6,95. (P»J. , • GRIEHIAY LUMBER CO. *>%*' • Carrel!, lfH»§'^^^%-:...^ s , Sales in the six months period this year totaled $105,086,040 compared with $181,612,336 in the same 1956 months. Harold Churchill, president, said sales of Studebaker-Packard cars in June and July reached new gil Genzen have returned follow- i highs for the year. He said de- ing a ten-day trip to Little Switz- j mand for the low-priced" Scots- erland at New Aygo, Mich. En , man" series had exceeded expec- route they visited Mr. and M r s. j tations. Carl Hofvander and Charles in( This Churchill added, "has led Chicago and with Mr and Mrs. j us to tne decision to ad j to , he Robert Genzen and Sharon at Mc- {Studebaker-Packard line a smaller Lean, 111., on their return. They' were joined in Little^ Switzerland by Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Boock, Frankie and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Helster, Karen and Mickey of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan, David and Nancy of Grand View, Mich economy car of a new design in the near future." ENDS RECRUIT TRAINING SAN DIEGO, Calif. - Warren L. Bruggeman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Bruggeman of Temple- cruit Depot, San Diego, Calif. Upon at her home with measles Mr. and Mrs. Richard Swanson and family of Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Emma Mincey. Mr. and M r s. Dick Mincey of Waterloo are spending the week with Mrs. Mincey and with Mr. and 'Mrs. Herman Ruhde and Craig. Mrs. Gertrude Korte SeattU, Weth. — Age 79 Friends may call at Twit Funeral Chap*} Starting Saturday noon. Rosary 8:00 p. m. Saturday. Rosary 8:00 p. m. Sunday, lad by Msgr. F. H. Greteman. Requiem Mass 9:00 a. m. Monday, SS. Pttar aV Paul's Church. Final Ratting Plaea Mt. Olivtt Cemetery. TWIT r ome taw of monument* and markers ... beautiful, permanent and super Hy carved. All are guaranteed. Comi* m Wrttatt oWfa- ties. mm SHU "•art *V4s JlMtat" McPhtrt«n*Ctmpb«ll. Co, , . Acrau tram Camatary Phent IMI *» Carroll, low* . j Open Sunday* till l completion of training new Marines are assigned to a unit for further infantry training, or to one of the many Marine Corps schools. Henry W. Beisch Carroll — Age 78 Rosary 8:00 p. m. Friday. Twit Funaral Chapal lad by Rev. Arthur S, Poecke*. Requiem Matt 9 a. m. Saturday St. Lawrence Church. Rav. Arthur S. Poacket, Officiating. • Final Resting Place. St. Franelt Cemetery, Maple River. TWIT WW Joseph W. Gietfc Carroll — Age 49 Frlandt may call at the Twit Funeral Chapel starting at 2 p. m. Saturday. Rotary 8 p. m. Saturday. Rosary 8 p. m. Sunday, led by Migr. F, H. Greteman Requiem Mast 10:30 a. m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Migr. F. H. Greteman officiating. Final Retting PUet , Mt. Olivet Cemetery,

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