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Agriculture Census Will Start Nov. 11 Appointment of Rac E. Purinton of Albcrl City as a field assistant for the IH59 census of agriculture WAS announced Monday by the Bureau of the Census. Department of Commerce. The cnumera- j tion will start Nov. 11. j Mr. Pnrinton will direct a force I of 1!) crew leaders and 271 census j takers in 27 counties in northwestern Iowa. Counties in which Mr. I'urinton will supervise the farm census this fall include: Boone, Buena Vista. Calhoun, Carroll, Cherokee. Clay, Crawford, Dickinson, Emmet, Greene, Hamilton. H a n c o c k. Humboldt. Ida, Kossuth. Lyon. O'Brien, Osceola. Palo Alio, Plymouth, Pocahontas, Sac. Sioux, Webster, Winnebago. Woodbury. Wright. The 1959 farm census will collect information on the number and size of farms, acreage and Harvest of crops, livestock production and inventories, selected farm facilities, selected farm expenditures, farm values, and mortgage debt. Information will be published for counties, states, and the nation. Rev. Kieck Leads Walther Discussion Khrushchev's impending visit to the United States was the subject ; of a discussion led by the Rev. Harold \V. Kieck at a meeting of i the Carroll Walther League Sunday I night in St. Paul Lutheran Church, j The meeting opened with pray-| cr led by Pastor Kieck. The busi-l ness session was conducted by Dc- anna Grundmeier. president. Plans , were made for a zone fall rally to be held in Trinity Lutheran Church in Audubon Sunday. October 4. A plaque will be presented to the local league with the highest percentage of attendance during the year. Paula Peters was chosen as nominee from the Carroll league for a new zone Christian growth chairman. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Marjorie Ran- nigcr and Dcanna Grundmeier. Wittrys Attend Funeral Rites in Seaforth, Minn. (Time 1 * llrriild Von* Srnlrrl BREDA — Jake Wittry. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Wittry, Arden and Marcia, Mr. and Mrs. Barney Wittry, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wittry and Mrs. Paul Venncr attended funeral services in Seafort, Minn., for their nephew and cousin, Jerome Bernardy, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Malt Bernardy of Seaforth. He was killed in an auto accident September 3. Services were held at St. Mary's Church at Seaforth I Monday. His mother, the former | Anna Wittry, is a sister of Jake, | Barney and Andrew Wittry. j Ronnie Wessling of St. Louis. Mo., 1 spent several days with his grand- I mother, Mrs. Mary Wernimont. I Mrs. Katherine Loughran of Dos I Moines is visiting at Hie Jack Lou- I ghran home. j John Stork of Waco. Tex., Richlard Stork of Kansas City. Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Verio Reinken | of Storm Lake visited several days j at the Henry Stork home, i Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N'euniayer ! and daughter Pam of Sioux City ' are visiting relatives here for abount a week, before leaving to j make their home at Orange. Calif | Mr. and Mrs. John Hoebing and j son have returned from several day's visit with relatives at Hughs- villc. Mo. Mr. and Mrs Ben Buelt. daughter Judy and Mrs. Mary Wempe went to Omaha Tuesday, where Judy entered St. Catherine's hospital to begin nurses training. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heiman of New Hampton announce the adoption of a six-week old daughter. Dr. and Mrs. Leo Nieland and daughter Kathy of Omaha visited until Tuesday with relatives hero Youth Fellowship Holds Fall Retreat .Roger Kaspersen will be the top ie discussion leader at the next I supper. The traditional meeting which will be held in St. i and consecration service Paul Lutheran Church at 6:30 p.m. Sunday. September 27, to be followed by a hayride at Lidderdalc. Sumner Man Dies of Injuries in Crash NORA SPRINGS (AP'—Wayne Diekman, 38. Sumner, was injured fatally Sunday night in an auto accident. Authorities said Dickman's car came out of an alley here, struck a car parked on Highway 18 and then traveled about a block and a half down a sidewalk and hit a tree. Diekman, a cafe operator, died at a Mason City hospital. Rubber trees grow wild in South America, but regimented cultivation is now under way. Thirty-five members and parents of the Junior High Westminster Fellowship of the Carroll Presbyterian Church took part in the fellowship's annual fall retreat at Swan Lake State Park Sunday afternoon. A recreation period in charge of Mrs. Guy Raridon. adviser, was followed by a picnic The traditional worship around a campfirc. led by Mrs. Raridon. was the concluding event of the retreat program. New officers of the Senior High Westminster Fellowship were installed by Lowell Larson, adviser, at a service in the sanctuary of the Presbyterian Church at f >.:S0 p.m. Twenty-one members and parents were present Refreshments were served in the undercroft aflcr the service by Mrs. Larson, who with her husband is an adviser of the unit. The new officers are J u d y Cruchelow. moderator; Jan White, vice moderator; Louise Nockels. (stated clerk; Penny Barels, chairman of the Commission on Faith; Sharon Ohde, chairman of the Commission on Outreach; Alec Gillett, Citizenship; Skip Raridon, Fellowship, and Ann Thomas, Witness. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. A Monday, Sept. U, 1959 Q Methodist Group at Perry Conference The Rev. Ivan C. Bys of Carroll was (he speaker at an enlistment service concluding the fall conference of the Boone District of the Methodist Church Sunday afternoon and evening in the Methodist j Church at Perry. | Rev. Bys' topic was "Total En, lislment". defining the term "en- j listment" as the key word of the ! Mehodist world-wide program for • this year. 1 Others from Carroll in the conference of approximately 425 minis- i terial and lay representatives from various churches of the Boone District were Mrs. Bys; Richard Mori- dilh. Sunday School superintcn -i dent: and Karen Reitz. vice presi -j dent of the Senior Methodist Youth l-'ollowship. Mrs. Bys attended a 1 ' workship on membership and evangelism; Mr. Meridilh. a train-; ing session for Sunday School sup- \ ei'intondcnts; and Miss Reitz. an instruction meeting for MVF officers. The general meeting opened at J p.m. A business session at which conference appointments were announced was followed by workshops at 4;30. dinner served by the Terry Women's Society of Christian Service at 5;30, and the enlistment service at 6;30 p.m. Salono Chapter Pays Tribute to 25-Year Members 1 i'I lull 's 11 <• rtl III Nrtts .si-nlri'i • MANNING - Salona Chapt e r No. 231. Order of the Eastern Star, honored its 25-year members at the regular meeting Thursday evening. Members were presented in the East, and a ceremony was conducted by the matron. Mrs. Edwin Johnson, the marshal, conductress and star points. Members present who have belonged to the Order for 25 years or more were Marie McGrath, Clara Claussen, Edna Wyatt. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffmann. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Anderson, Fcl i c i a Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyers. Margaret Hoffmann, Louise Tisdale, Odessa Wycoff, Mr. : and Mrs. Arthur Rix, Mildred Dau, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell. Visiting members with m o r e than 25-year memberships were Mrs. Rcgilda Frazcr. Acacia Chapter No 21. Los Angeles, Calif.; Mrs. Miriam Johnston, Clarinda Chapter; and Mrs. Anna Bradford, member of the Niles, Calif., Chapter. Following the meeting the group played progressive bingo, with Mrs. John Horberger in charge. Refreshments were served at a table laid with • a pink and gold cloth centered with an aster arrangement in shades of lavender, flanked by white tapers in white and green holders. Mrs. Ray Pratt > and her committee were in charge of buffet arrangements. Dally Record MAYOR'S COURT Traffic Fines— Lee O. Petzcnhauser. careless driving, $10; Robert L. Henkenius, Early, careless driving, $25; Eldcn L. Langman, Carroll, improper muffler, $15; Norbert F. Vonnahme, Arcadia, speeding, $10; Mary L. Arts. Carroll, stop sign, $5; Duane C. Neppl, Denison, careless driving $25; Ronald W. Siepker, Carroll, speeding, careless driving, $25; Lloyd H. Kraft, Lytton, was well above weekend estimates [and the largest for a Monday since Auburn, j May 25 but slaughter steers sold at mostly steady prices. Several loads of high choice to mostly prime grades in the 1,0751,400 lb range brought $29.25-29.75. CHICAGO (AP) - (USDA) Hogs 9,500; butchers 25 to 50 lower, mixed grade 2-3 and mixed grade is, 2s and 3s 200-230 lbs along with mixed grade 2-3 and careless driving, $10; Waldo M .I 3s 230-280 lb butchers 13.50-13.75; Nieland, Carroll, careless driving, $10; Conrad \V. Fabor, Boone, improper registration, $10: Kenneth Jannings. Carroll, speeding, $10; Ronald Minneham, Chur dan, speeding, $20. COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Norman J. Kukcr, M a n n i n g. Chevrolet pickup; Wilbur C. or Ella M. Fuchs. Carroll, Ford; Henry Frank Venteicher, Carroll, Chevrolet; Donald Leonard Schet Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-230 lbs 13.65-14.00; little below 13.75; 200 head at 14.00: a few lots tin even weights 3s 200-210 lbs 13.4013.50: few lots mixed 2-3 and 3s 280-300 lbs 13.25-13.50: part deck JS around 365 lbs 12.00; few lots mixed 1-3 180-195 lbs 13.00-13.65; mixed 1-3 300-400 lb sows 11.5012.50; small lots 1-2 275-300 lbs .! 12.75; mixed 2-3 400-550 lbs 10.2511.50. Cattle 24,000: calves 200: receipts largest for any day since tier. Carroll, house trailer; The I Mav 25 = , slc = rs most & Garst Company. Coon R a p i d s, 1 fl 10 , 18 « lov ? er: ar ° und . 12 °«* s Ford; Paul Ambrose Tigges, Cat- h ^o.cc to mostly prime ,075- ii F . ,1.400 lb steers 29.25-29.75 ; 2 loads 1.155-1,289 lbs 29.75; bulk choice and mixed choice and prime Licenses to Wed— ,27.50-29.00; load lots mixed good Galen L. Schwery. Vail and • and cnoice 2 7.00-27.25: most good Betty Lou Nieland. Breda; Donald! 25 .75-26.75; a load of utility and Boyd Culbertson. Omaha Neb., i standard im lb Holstein 23-25: and Mary Jane King. Omaha, i severa i i oads mixed cho j ce aI1tl ' Nic,) - | prime 27.50; bulk good to high i choice 25.00-27.25; a few utility i ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL ! Admissions- Mrs. Sarah A. Gembeiiing, Lohr- : ville i Janice Mickle. Coon Rapids Mrs. Carl Willadson, Manilla | Mrs Otto J. llartl. Gray James Hoyle, Bagley Mrs. Emma K. Koll. Carroll \ Paul Pitts. Lidderdalc Vicki Ford, Dedham Dismissals*— ! Fred C. Lamakk, Carroll 25.00-27.25; a and standard 19.00-24.00; utility and commercial cows 15.75-18.50; canners and cutters 14.00-17.50: utility and commercial bulls 21.252J.50: vealers 34.00 down: culls as low as 16.00: a load of medium and good 521 lb stock steers 28.00: a load of good and choice 465 lb stock heifers calves 30.25. Sheep 3,000: spring slaughter : lambs strong to 25 higher; bulk , good and choice spring lambs 80' 100 lbs 20.00-21.75; several decks Writer Lists Red Goals For Exchange of Visits DES MOINES (AP)—William L. Ryan, foreign news analyist for The Associated Press, hopes Americans will not "go overboard in greeting Khrushchev next week." Ryan expressed the hope Sun- dayjn ^ talk which was the final event of the 1959 meeting of tho Iowa Daily Press Assn. (Members of The Dally Times Herald staff attending the sessions included Howard B. Wilson, editor, retiring president; Wllbcrt L. Reitz, managing editor, Dale Barton, sports editor; M n r t i n Matter, advertisi n g manager, Paul Eischcld and Mrs. Paul Peters, advertising sales, and Dclbcrl Patrick, circulation manager.) He said known targets of the (Times •••-raid »«» srrvico i exchange of visits between Soviet WESTSIDE — Dennis Wilken and Premier Nikita Khrushchev and President Eisenhower include: The checkmating of the North Atlantic Treaty Organizations, and I the removal of U. S. bases from Crawford County 4-H Judging Team Places Sixth at Fair Mrs. Lloyd B. Tornow, Carroll , Leander M. Tigges, Carroll Mrs. Cato N. Gephart, Des Moines i Duane Paul Schechingcr, Carroll ! Mrs. Walter M. Holmgaard, ! Thornton Doris A. Holmgaard, Thornton David L. Wilburn, Carroll Gerald Christy, Coon Rapids Cathleen J. Linn, Coon Rapids Mrs. Frank Muhlbauer. Manilla Ronald Lee Schroer. Carroll Mrs. Gordon G. Yv'iebers and baby. Arcadia Births— Mr. and Mrs Raymond E. Drees, HIIKAT Carroll, a daughter Saturday oi-V-'' Mr. and Mrs. Harold L. Keith-' off. Templeton. a daughter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Clifford P. Eischeid. Carroll, a daughter Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dale Lloyd, Pedham, a son Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Delmar D. Bruning, Breda, a daughter Monday MISSILE HONOR . . . Army Pfc. Dennis H. Wessling. 20. son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Wessling, 227 N. Maple, Carroll, has been selected "Missilcmnn of the Month" for the 13rd Artillery at Fairchild Air Force Base, Wash. A panel operator in the artillery's Battery C, Wessling was chosen for his soldierly appearance, knowledge and performance of duties and military courtesy. He entered the Army in June 1958 and completed basic training at Fort Carson, Colo. Wessling is a 1957 graduate of Kuempcr High School and was employed by Hannasch Super-Valu Market before entering the Army. (U. S. Army Photo) Elmer Dalhoffs' Anniversary Noted (Tlini's HiTilhl \<us Srrvlc<'> HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dalhoff were honored at a dinner at the Brown Derby Satur- . . , ., ,, . a - 1ftf » it, j day evening by relatives of Mrs. oral lots good t ^wce 9 DJTO lb TVnfia £f £lk „H di »8 anniversary. Following the pelts 1,.00-18.00; a shoit deck ut U , ^ - itv and good 8o lbs 16. o cull to > ., „ . ° .run r V • £ i„.,,ii, ( „.. „,„„ c A no Dalhoff home west of Halbur for choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00- < 5 50. European lands. Winning a role of respectability lor the Russian Communist regime by association with the Unit- Larry Lcnz of Wcstside were members of the county 4-H judging team that competed at the State Fair in Des Moines Saturday. They and their teammates, Richard Houston, Dunlap, and Dennis Welsch, Vail accompanied Roger Iverson, county extension director, to Des Moines. The.Crawford County team j ed States, placed sixth out of the 86 teams Enlarging ' trade opportunities competing. between the (wo countries. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Branden- 1 Khrushchev's curiosity about berg and family attended the wed- 1 Americans. ding of her cousin, Lorella Kerston, [ Ryan said the genuine cager- to Albert Sears at the Lutheran | ness of the Russian people for Church in Logan. ! world peace was behind all of this. Marlene Gottsch. of Omaha, vis- Ryan, who has worked and visit- ited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ru- ed in Russia, will be among the dolph Gottsch, from Friday until reporters covering the Khrushchev Tuesday. ; trip across the United States and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schelldorf in Des Moines, Coon Rapids and have been staying at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ! and Mrs. Leslie Green, at Dow City Ames. The news analyist was introduced by Walter Stevens, editor Dr. Richard W. Collison. Carroll! mostly choice around 95 lbs included at 21.75; and a few mixed choice and prime 90-100 lbs 21.7522.00; cull and utility 12.00-18.50; a double deck choice 88 lb shorn spring lamb No 1 pelts 21.00: sev since Thursday evening. Mr. and j 0 f the Fort Dodge Messenger. Mrs. Green are visiting their son j A highlight of the IDPA meet- and daughler-in-kaw. Mr. and Mrs. i j n g was the presentation of the Donald Green and family, at Le- 1 first annual Community Service bann, 111. They expect to return j Award to Ralph E. Shannon, edi- home Sunday after a 10-day visit, j tor and publisher of the Washing- On the return trip, they will call \ ton Journal, at tho home of their son-in-law and Presentation was made Satur- daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter day night by John II. Notman, Conderman, in Cedar Rapids. newly-elected IDPA president. Mr. and Mrs. Art Brotherson vis- Notman is co-publisher of the ited over the weekend with the family of his brother. Tom Brotherson, at Lake Andes, S.D. They were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Payer at Lake Andes. Supper guests Tuesday evening of Mr. and Mrs. John Brockman were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brug- Clinton Herald. In other Saturday business, Frank Buckingham of the Cherokee Times was named president of the Sports Editors Assn. of the IDPA. Al Schecter of the Council Bluffs Nonpareil was elected vice president and Mike Mahoney of geman, Nancy and Janice, Manil- 1 the Oelwein Register was named Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company an evening of cards. Present were la: Mrs. Mary Gebhardt, Groton. S.D.. and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Mnin M ^'M ^T' ° CS ! Kowedder. Diane and Patty. Wed- M^ ESR ; ^I' and M . r ?" c nesday. Mr. and Mrs. Brockman High Low Close March Mat roitx Sept. ' Dec. Mr. and Mrs. James Prentice returned to Carroll Saturday after a week's vacation in Canada. Port Arthur. Winnipeg and International Falls were among the places they visited. Miirch Max OATS Sept. Dec. March Mr. and Mrs. Richard K. Phipps. Fresno, Calif., a son, Robert Teddy, September 8. Mrs. Phipps is the former Mardell Vogt. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Vogt of *ej>t. Carroll. Mav ItVK Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 < Corn, No. 2 yellow Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP> — The butcher hog market slumped to its lowset peak price in almost 3 l -j years Monday on a setback of 25 to 30 cents a hundredweight. Although trade was fairly active with a good shipper demand, the supply of 9.500 head was the largest for a Monday since July 27. The $14.00 top was the lowest peak since the same price was paid on March 20, 195U. It went for 200 head of 200-230 lb No. 1 and 2 and mixed 1-2 ; grades but with the bilk of offerings in that weight range there ! were only a relatively few sales below $13.75. The cattle supply of 24,000 head Dei-. March Mav H»l 1!)7 •201 1 1 1 SW- lll)'i ll«l\ Ill 's lib', (SB iiSi ; :i 71 fiSV. 134' 1H6 KM'- liio •;, 1S1H' L . 2UO IS)!! , llH's 110'* 11.•»•-•» 11 -v-, fill's 70S lit I litti •', l!'l> 7 » 2110 7 , •201 1S)S)'- 11 I 114", no 's mi', na -'s 115", Hit', 70'.. Heithoff, Manning: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Rotcrt, Lidderdalc; Mr. and Mrs. Orry Herbers, Norfolk, Pfev.lNeb.: and Joseph Herbers. On ose i Sunday evening relatives of Mr. I Dalhoft gathered in their home as }<l!i''? a surprise. Cards were played and ;2i »ij, lunch which the guests brought pjcjl^was served. The honored guests were presented with a gift. Included in the group were Mr and Mrs. took their guest, Mrs. Gebhardt, to Denison where she will visit Mrs. Amanda Goenbeck. Mrs. Paul Campbell drove her son, John, to Ames Friday where he is studying fro a master's degree in Industrial Psychology. Mrs. Campbell was a dinner guest of Mrs. O. Ragsdale in Ames. secretary. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll — Phone 3528 i pi­ rn; no;-.-! Fred Dalhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Fran- n .,i* cis Dalhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry liti's ; Dalhoff. Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Elner Heimen, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (iSt-% 69 % Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Winders. Garden Grove, Calif., a daughter \ SOY BKAXS Sept. 12. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Fred Collison, Carroll. Sept. Nov. Jan. l.AICI) •Sl'pl. Nov, Dec. •207'„ aos) ;; i 7.S" K. l "i 8.75 lam, laa-j 135 U 133 •„ 2( 15' •JUS 212', 7.S2 S.0'2 S..V7 131 133", 131 135 135", 13-1 •,, 205'.. 208 208', 212', 212 S 7.82 8.02 8.57 fit}', (ili 1 , fiSR, 71 71 \ i fiS)" s 131 131 !•„ 13-r , 13li' -i 135 207 , 210', 210', 211 214 U 7.95 8.15 ,8.77 1 Dalhoff. Carroll; i Mrs. John Gehlinc and Mr. and Lidderdalc. I'.EST FOR BIRDS Suet is especially prized by birds in wintertime as il is one of the best fuel foods and keeps their small bodies warm against the cold to which they are always exposed, even on the relatively good Vernon Tbfenthalcr. accompa- winter days. nied by his daughter. Carol, and ! brother, Ray Tiefcnthaler of Car- 1 Antwerp, Belgium, is spelled Ant- roll, drove to Atchison, Kan., Mon- werpen" in Belgium. This is the day where Carol remained to be- Flemish version. But their next gin her freshman year at Mount j door neighbor. France, spells it St. Scholastica College "Anvers." No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! AIMED Courteous Convenient Carrier $1.83 1.08 . .60. Mrs. Reetz Has Oklahoma Guests (Times Herald Sews Scrtlce) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reetz and Linda Kay of Oklahoma City, Okla., are spending a week with Mrs. August Reetz. Jay Musfeldt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Musfeldt Jr., has enrolled as a freshman in college at Seward, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan and children of Grandville, Mich., have returned home after visiting in the Virgil Genzen home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofvander and Charles of Chicago spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Anna llin/.. Ronald Mahnke, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Mahnke, has enrolled in St. Paul's College at Concordia, Mo. And" while you're licic, enjoy today's Pepsi-Cola, minced in caloric the modern, tin* lii>lil iclicslimeiil. say p PAINT SALE! SAVE 20^° 0N FORMAN, FORD PAINTS Yog otked tn lo repeal this hemendowt offer .. , >e> h«f« it it again . . . famous Formon, Ford Grade I Poind and other premium quality paints will be sold during the sate only ... at 20% of regular retail prices I Buy now . , , pocket 20c out of every dollar yev'd ardtnorily spend. So hurry I S*n$alhnel Sovmgn timrW Tim* 0*lyi faint Howl ANOTHER ruooucT »Y FORMAN, FORD PEPSI-COLA BOTTLING CO., Carroll, Iowa Lumber & Supply Ph. 4373 - Carroll (Just West of Sporrer's TV and Appliances) Warm, Stylish Coats For Your Girls % Warm, stylish and good looking coats in colorful plaids, soft fleeces for •j your girls at down to earth prices. 3 to 6x $14.95 7 to 12 $16.95 Warm Parkas in Easy Care Wash and Wear Fabrics Boys' warmly lined parkas in washable ripstripc cord, warm dynel pile lining, completely washable. Warm zip- off hood. Sizes 3 to 6x $12 95 Sizes 7 to 12 $14.95 WATERS 5th ST. DEPT. STORE

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