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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 12, 1957
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Bob Brunei* Chairman for land Festival .County ; Attorney Robert S. Bru- yheE.has been named general chairman for the first Western Iowa Band, Festival scheduled: in Car- .roll Saturday, Sept. 28. The announcement was made Thursday by. .Carroll Chamber President Larry P. Jung. Mr. Bruner announced the following committee chairmen: Band members luncheon — Bob Hatch; theater entertainment — Bill Arts; band directors' luncheon — Dave Rowland; traffic control — Al Bruning, Chief of Police. , Several other committee chairmen Will be named later this week. General promotion and invitations are being handled by the staff at the Chamber office. To date 20 bands have announced plans to come tft Carroll for the first festival. Latest is Castana, directed by Harry Lees Jr. Plan Big Parade The festival will get underway Saturday, Sept. 28,. with a parade aViOiSO a.m. At"^il:30 the-bands ' will be served a cafeteria - style' luncheon. At noon the band directors and their wives will be guests of the Chamber at a luncheon at Hotel Burke. Speaker at the luncheon has not as yet been announced. However, it is expected that the speaker will also serve as director of the massed band concert later in the day. ' During the , afternoon, 1 band members will be guests of the Chamber at two theater shows in the afternoon, one scheduled for 1:00 ftiti, and a second showing at 3:00 p.m. It is also planned to hold a mixer or dance during the afternoon for. band members who prefer to dance. Two bands have expressed an .interest in presenting a marching demonstration sometime during the afternoon. Gowrie High School band, one of the most recent entrants in the festival, has requested time to present a demonstration in downtown Carroll. Bayard Tlmae Herald, Carroll, Iowa ThurSjtJay) Sopt. 12, 1957 Widow Is Out on Bond In Embezzlement Case Robert S. Bruner its band- will be able to present a routine. Present plans call for the bands to present a massed concert starting about 6:30 p.m. at the athletic field. Queen Contest ' Each school will select a junior girl to represent their school in a queen contest to select "Miss .Western Iowa, Band Festival" of 1957. This girl will return to next year 's , event and reign as queen until the 1958 winner is selected. She will lead the 1958 parade. Announcement of the winner will be made Saturday evening at the concert. Local merchants will be asked to contribute awards to the girl who is selected. Silt Nurses Are Named As Delegates Six. Carroll nurses were named as delegates and alternates to the state nurses' convention in Davenport, October 27, 28 and 29, at a district meeting of the Iowa Nurses Association here Wednesday night, in the nurses' auditorium at S. Anthony Hospital. Th six Carroll nurses chosen were Mrs. Hubert Hagemann Jr., with Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz as alternate; Francis Fay with Dorothy Dalton as alternate; and Sr. M. Francine with Sr. M. Georgia as alternate. Delegates also were named Union. She had been "its'bookkeep- from Boone, Clarion, W e b s t e r, er f or 13 ycars anr j her husband, City and Ft. Dodge. j Earl, who died last February, was The business session, conducted treasurer of the credit union, by Mrs. Bernice Samar of Ft. Dodge, district president, was followed by a program of two films, produced and shown by Mrs.; Rhea Pearl Steele, anesthetist and; nurse at St. Mary's and Ottumwaj General Hospitals, Ottumwa. CEDAR RAPIDS OP)-A Cedar Rapids widow was at liberty on bond Thursday, awaiting court ^action on her admission that she took $22,580 from a credit union while serving as its bookkeeper. Mrs. Clara Kindig, 62, pleaded guilty to a charge of embezzlement before District Judge B. J. Maxwell Wednesday. The judge fixed bond at $2,000 and set sentencing for 10 a.m. Sept. 25. The widow told authorities she is making arrangements toward restitution of the money she took from the Collins Employes Credit Names 3 on Study For Drivers' Test Good Turn Dery Bags to Be DES MOINES (/PV—Acting State Safety Commissioner Russell Brown Thursday announced the appointment of three private citizens to the study committee revising the state's written drivers license test. Police said Mrs. Kindig told them she kept a precise record since 1948 or 1949 when she started using the funds and that she plans to sell her house, among other things, and turn over the proceeds to the credit union. Officials of the credit union said the loss was covered by insur­ ant. Police quoted Mrs. Kindig as explaining her manipulation of the funds this way: "I would write checks to pay my own personal bills and when these checks would return I would file them with the rest of the checks issued from the credit union. The total of the checks would be added to the cash on hand and carried on the statement that j fow^Ste^e"college' andI Iowa State Cub Scouts of the three .Carroll packs will set out at about 9 a.m. Saturday < to distribute bags for "Good -Turn Day," Saturday, September 21. Empty bags will be left at each home to be filled with used clothing or other fabrics for the Good They are Joseph Weir, president; Will Industries of Sioux City. On of the Sioux qty Safety Council; Saturday, September 21, the bags Mrs. Hildreth Murphy, Corydon, and Q. E. T h or n b u r g, Des Moines, secretary-treasurer of the Iowa Safety Council. Eight persons now have been named to the committee. Others appointed earlier included officials of the State Safety De- Boys' Homemade Rocket Gets Away DES MOINES W-Three youths Sl".JILTS , rf ! «M"«* shot 8 rocket int0 the F*™Z?L*£«'2^ a £^Jl\*lt Wednesday night. It swished way. The Daily Record ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL One film entitled "The Birth of Admissions— Kuemper Parents Revise By-Laws a Baby" dealt with an infant birth by Caesarian operation. The second was a travel picture entitled "In the Deep South" featuring the Mardi Gras at New Orleans. Mrs. Steele gave a short introduction to the pictures, both of which were in color with sound. Lunch was served by Carroll nurses at the conclusion of the program, Miss Beldora Tacke and Mrs. Jim Buchholz presiding at a table decorated with fall flowers. Members of the local committee; were Miss Tacke, Mrs. Buchholz, j Dismissals- Stephen Wittrock, Manning. Mrs, Frances Beisch, Wall Lake. Mrs. Lloyd A. Bonham, Missouri Valley. Larry Nelson, Carroll. Mrs. Mary Heiman, Breda. William L. Otto, Carroll. Mrs. Bishop J. Whitaker, den. John H. Wiemann, Exira. Paul Wagner, Odebolt. Mrs. Raymond Nellesen, Carroll Mrs. Bernard Sleister, Manilla. Karen Korwes, Carroll. Glid- Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz and Mrs .j Dorothy Heisterkamp. The next meeting will be in Ft. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner are members of the board of directors of Kuemper parents club, as result of action taken to change j Wednesday, November 6, the by-laws at the first fall meet- i Dodge. ing Wednesday night. j ___ The club voted to amend the bylaws to read that retiring presidents become automatically members of the board for one year following their term of office. It was voted also to make the amendment to the by-laws retroactive to include the 1956-57 president. In addition to the past president there are two directors from each uoo m aowmown ^nrron. «»«y«™ j of (h e parishes that sponsor the High School has also advised that j school j M £ er lg the 1957-58 president (Advertisement) REMOVES RUST & STAINS from BATHTUBS' SINKS bottoms of COPPER POTS TILE FLOORS • METALS AUTO BUMPERS ALUMINUM STORM WINDOWS FREE SAMPLE iOAo NBMI of yaw dMttn. RUSTAIN PRODUCTS MIS SOLO AT GROCERS* HARDWARE, DIPT. fAIRLAWN, NEW JERSEY 10 CENT STORES Picnic Celebrates Neppel Anniversary In celebration of the 10th wed ding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs Matt Neppel, a picnic dinner was held in Graham Park at noon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Neppel were presented with an anniversary gift from the group which included Mrs. Rose Neppel, Mr. and Mrs. Arby Neppel and family, Mr. and 200 to 225 pounds brought $19.75 to $20.25. No. 1 to 3 sows ranging from 300 to 400 lbs sold from $18.75 to $19.75. The cattle market was slow on steers and heifers with prices in line with Wednesday's close. (USDA) — Salable hogs 6,500; moderately active, uneven, generally steady; instances strong early, weights under 200 lb; closing dull «nd weak; sows mostly steady with No. 1-3 200-225 lb butchers at 19.75-20.25; No. 1-3 300-400 lb sows 16.75-19.75. Wednesday night ~ . ,,.,„„„ ! upward 2,000 feet and came down 22 g £. a nnnint.rf thJ ir ' a «*oolyard. There it embed- Brown said he appointed the,^ jtself ' three feet into tne ground. Dale Cruikshank, three private citizens "to get the layman's viewpoint on the committee. "We recognize the need for increasing the standards in license testing, but realize it must be done within the limits of public acceptance," he said. Past Noble Grands Association Meets 18; Robert Curnutt, 17, and Richard Welch, 21, said,they only intended a fuel test of their homemade missile but things went wrong. The rocket tube was 5 feet long and lMs inches in diameter It was of steel pipe, fastened to a length; of utility pole with metal straps. I The youths filled the rocket two -j thirds full with zinc dust and sul -l phur. The fuel then was ignited' electrically. "We were just trying to test our will be picked up by members of Boy Scout troops. Contents will be used to provide employment for handicapped workers *of the Qood Will Industries who"; earn their living by reconditionitl used articles. fr„. The Knights of Colu^nbug pack of which Ed Marz fs & ctibmaster, will cover territory 'tfeift'of West Street on the north side^Xarrott; the IOOF pack urider^HfJrachel Heath, cubmaster, the , araa r eas r tof West Street on" northsfde c 'Ca ?foll; and the SS. Peter and PauVsipack, Omer Langenfeld, cubmaster; iall residences south of the railroad tracks. Leo Fitzpatriek, district Boy Scout chairman, is in charge of the distribution. Pick-up operations a Week -from Saturday will be supervised by Lloyd Otto and Bob Kloser. ' Carroll residents are asked* to dig into their closets and attics and fill their bags with recon- ditionable used articles. .,, •. CORN BUCKS' Given With, Each Purchase Mrs. Charles Feld and family, Mr. Program for the evening session ; and Mrs Don Stoolman and fam- in the Kuemper Gym Wednesday i ily Mr and Mrs Joe Dalhoff and included a description of his South! f am ji y . Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loes -j American cruise by Rev. Leo j chen Also pre sent were Craig Mrs. Warren L. Moller, Glidden Mrs. Jelste J. Sapp, Carroll. Mrs. Roy E. Eckman Odebolt. Mrs. David Lightner, Jefferson. Mrs. Eldon E. Linman. Boyer. Mrs. A. A. Blum, Wall Lake. James Nepple, Templeton. Mrs. Michael Berger, Halbur. Diane Tunning, Coon Rapids. Births- Mr. and Mrs. Gary Lee Bell, Carroll, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy G. Koch, Westside, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Theulen, Auburn, a son, Wednesday Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Wessling, Carroll, a daughter, Thursday. Chicago Grain These Market* «re Burnished by the Humphrey Grain Company Prev, Close Close Lenz. Fr. Lenz concluded by pointing out that it is obvious that training in foreign languages in our schools is becoming of increasing importance, because of the rapidly growing opportunities for young Americans in other countries. In addition to faculty members, about 250 parents were present at the meeting. Poles and fire plugs make an auto driver stop and think too late. LOWEST PRICE EVER! on a 1957 General Electric 11.4 Co. Ft. Refriflorator-f Frower Combination Refrigerator- Freezer ONLY Vicki, Kathy. Becky and Ronnie Neppel, children of the honored couple. With Trad* Regular $399.95 Nationally , Advortistd^Ust Price JMSji ^Hj^ijJ ^P^jjjjIJI . *—- • """" ^....iimHHllfWIIIIIIIlin 1 With All These Features, Too! • Revolving Shelve* . . .Adjustable too./ • Famous General Electric Dependability, • Automotic Defrost Refrigerator section. Removable and Adjustable Door Shelves. • True Zero Degree 70 Lb. Freezer. • Magnetic Safety Door. Ott Mors for Your M»f" ' tit * i 'Mi 't, -"i't V'-i Electric • Company Pamoui O.I, Quality, Presbyterian Men Discuss Work Details of proposed remodeling plans for the Sunday School department and a pep talk on solicitation of funds were highlights of a speech by Don White at the meeting of the Council of Presbyterian Men here Wednesday night. The entertainment feature of the meeting consisted of colored slides of scenes in Germany. The pictures were shown by Dr. Paul D. Anneberg, who took them on a recent European trip. McCRARY-ROST HOSPITAL (Timet Herald Newt Sfrvtee) LAKE CITY — Born Sept. 6, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Collis of Lohrville, a., daughter. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Dowling, Lake City, and Dr. K. L Collis, Lohrville: Sept. 6 to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bowman of Lake City, a daughter; Sept. 7 to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Boechman of Carnarvon, a daughter. When Congress adjourns, that ends the arguing over bills, while In the home it goes on forever. WHEAT Sept. Dec. Hlch 216 <* 222'4 Low 214% 220 March 225% 223% May 220'4 219 CORN Sept. 12 <m 123 Dec, 123% 122H March Mav OATS Sept. 127% 131 65 \ 127 130 % 65 Dec. 68% March 71 May 71H SOT BEANS Sept. 238 70 H 70 \ 236 j Nov. 235 233% 238% 237 V4 LARD Sept. Oct. Dec. 12.65 12.85 13.25 12.50 12.65 13.15 215% 221% 221% 224% 22414 219% 219% 124% 12414 123% 123% 127% 130% 65% 65% 68% 68% 71% 71 3 237% 127% 234 % 235 238% 12.60 12.80 13.25 Past Noble Grands Association of Central Rebekah Lodge met Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Fred Schaefer with Miss] fuel but it broke loose from the Nene Barr as co-hostess. 1 steel straps and soared straight The evening was spent with busi- j "P," Cruikshank said. "I sure was ness and plans for the new year. | scared." Miss Barr, president, conducted j The rocket swooshed up. Then it the business session and read the, tumbled down end over end and 216% 222 222%. 225 % 220% 220% 125 125% 122% 123 127% 130% 65%' 68% 71 71 236% 138% 233% 234 237% 237% 12.50 12.67 13.15 program for the year, highlights of which will be a Christmas party, potluck and guest night. Lunch was served at a dining table centered with an African violet plant. Hostesses for the next meeting, October 9, will be Mrs. E. J. Daugherty and Mrs Addie Kingman. Mrs. Ben Smith will MILK VARIATIONS Milks vary as strikingly as the sources: Camel's milk is sweet; whale milk tastes oily; porpoise milk has 12 times as much butterfat as cow, milk; goat milk "comes homogenized with the butterfat already broken up and dispersed evenly throughout the fluid. buried itself in the yard of St. Plus parochial school about 300 feet from the launching site in the Cruikshank back yard. Ground was seared in a 10-foot radius at the launching site; The explosion was heard six blocks away. Someone called the fire department of* suburban Urbahdale where the Cruikshanks live. Spectators gathered by the hundreds. Cruikshank's father, Paul, told his son, "no more experiments." "But, Dad, we'll find a square mile somewhere for our. tests/' said Dale. "That won't be enough room," his father said. You'd think, from force of habit, that the auto speeder would run while walking. Limit—1 tos Customer Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 ... Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats - $2.09 1.12 .59 Miss Edna McNaughton of Peoria, 111., came Wednesday night for a visit of indefinite length with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr and Mrs. C. A. McNaughton. NEEDED LAUNDRY During the gold rush to California in 1849, when a woman) couldn't be found within 500 miles, k it behooved a man to found the [ It's usually the dub who can't'first commercial laundry in Oak- ( ; land, California, * help but express his thought to a tee. Either take medicine or get the license nurriber of the car when you're run down. In a brewery fire several hun- 1 dred bottles of beer exploded. I Shades of the old days when wej' used to make our own. >™ Tokot tks plocs of k©ri»t ^<Wo* fc^ew in brelUrt «nd grill**, ••torn f tthos grew— k**pt itov* est aw. tiKtproaf ohiminuai - 11Kx7H?1H !**•»,, with htovy wlr* rock. Uso without) rock for baking. Mod* to for 79c'' DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE*- C. W. 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