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Fail in Try to Launch Last of Vanguard Rockets, Satellite nv HEN KI'NK CAPE CANAVERAL. Fin. (AP) —The f•nunldown reached zero today on the Inst ol HIP Vanguard rnokr-ls, but an attempt to launch it with a 100 -pound satellite was abandoned because ol undisclosed technical difilmltios. An informed source said the firing button was pressed but failed to send Die necessary signal to the ignition system. ft was trouble that couldn't be fixed quickly, so the Vanguard crew decided at 2 40 a m. to go home and try again later. There was no immediate decision on when that \\ ill be. The satellite included a .ill- pound pay load and the 50 -pound thud stage of the rocket, which will remain attached to the satellite. Its job will be to measure the earth's magnetic field, solar X-rays and the more dangerous pockets of radiation around which man will want to detour when he flies to the moon. Three hours after the Vanguard postponement, the powerful engine of a .Jupiter intermediate range missile ignited, but the big rocket failed to get off the ground. The missile was scheduled for a 1,500-mile test flight. Trouble is no stranger to the Vanguard program. A victim of circumstances, the slim, 72-foot rocket has been plagued with technical difficulties since its beginning. The first Vanguard was rushed to a launching stand, long before It was ready, in a frantic effort to get a satellite into orhit and save face for America after the Soviet Union launched Sputnik I. The fledgling Vanguard blew up on its pad Dec. 6, 1957. Since that time, Vanguard rock- els have launched two satellites, the so-called "grapefruit" and "basketball" moons, in nine tries. TRAVELING BUG The Hessian fly, an enemy of the most vital crop in the U.S., wheat, is said to have been brought over in 177ti by the Hessian troops coming from Europe. spurgeons COAT TIME AT SPURGEON'S 100% wool and wool-andcashmere blend luxury blends. Season's top styles'. Quality tailoring! The styles you see hwe are but a few of ouf extensive stock. Double-breasted, fafl flowing, triangle flared, back pleated ... in plaids, tweeds, solids ... wide fling collars, shawl collars, chin -high collars . . . unusual pocket and steeve treatments. In shod, everything that's new and exciting is at SptKgeofl's? 24.95 Tweeds and plaids in misses sizes. Others 19.95 to 30.00 Our number 1 car coat! it's a real honey of a buy at Spurgeoo's low, low price* 16.95 Others to 25.00 The junior petite proportioned coat in Black Magic, lined with white pile. Sizes 5 to H 19.95 COORDINATE TIME AT SPURGEON'S Prospector plaids 'n solids coordinates to mh and match as you please. All Plaids in taupe, green, red, blue. Solids in colors to match the plaids. All wool plaid jackets, 10 to 20 .. .8.95 Afl wool plaid or solid vests, 10 to 18.. .3.98 All wool plaid or solid skirt, 22 to 30 5.98 All wool plaid slacks .....5.98 Deaths, Funerals F. W. FRANZWA Funeral services were held at 9:30 a.m. Monday at SS. Peter and Paul's Church in Carroll for Frederick Walter (Fritz' Franzwa. 67, Glidden postmaster for the past 25 years. Mr. Franzwa died Thursday afternoon at St. Anthony Hospital of a heart attack. He had been ill three days. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman officiated at the services. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Serving as pallbarers were C. H. Bruning, Elmer Peters, Paul Loeschcn, Kelso Heitkamp, Fred Rudi and John Graves. Relatives from out-of-town that attended the services included: Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Franzwa, St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. O. R. Wilson and .Jimmy, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Franzwa, Freddy and Richie, Hobart, Ind.: Lt. <j.g.) Sterling S. Franzwa. NAS Quonset Point, R.I.; Kathcrine Franzwa, Baker, Oregon; E. P. Franzwa, Los Angeles, Calif.: H. .1. Franzwa, Carroll; Ren Franzwa, Seaside. Oregon: Mr. and Mrs. .lack West, Kingslcy; Mrs. Cree Myers, Omaha; Mrs. LaMorne West Hickey and son, Galcsburg, 111 ; Mrs. Max Hahn, Moville, Mo.; Glen Myers and daughter, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Major and son, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Merle West. LeMars; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Park and sons, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Nelson, Harlan: Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Swenson and daughters, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Henderson, Dcs Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence .lacobsen, Hornet. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. S. .1. .lacobsen. Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jacobsen, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Lansman. Francis .lacobsen. Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Clay Sanders, and Mr. and Mrs. Donald .lacobsen, Harlan: and Mr. and Mrs. Irving Sorenson and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Sorenson, Omaha. Mr. Franzwa is survived by his wife, .lane; five children, Frederic A. Franzwa. Hobart, Ind., Gregory M. Franzwa, St. Louis, Mo., Mrs. O. R. tSuzanne> Wilson, Cedar Rapids, Lt. <j.g.> Sterling S. Franzwa, NAS Quonset Point, R.I., and Candace Franzwa, Glidden; five sisters, three brothers and seven grandsons. Gene R. Smith, Ralston, and Stephen Leroy Smith, California; a sister, Gertrude, Anita; four brothers, John and Ed Smith, Pittsburg, Calif., Gordon Smith, LaGrande, Ore., and Charles Smith, Lincoln, Neb.; sixteen grandchildren, one aunt and several cousins. His parents, two infant daughters, his brothers Will and Harry Smith and an infant brother and sister, preceded him in death. JOHN CALDER Funeral services for John Cald- cr, 77, Coon Rapids, were held Monday at 2 p.m. at Huffman's Funeral Chapel in Coon Rapids. Burial was in the Willow Township Cemetery in Greene County. The Rev. Patterson of the Jefferson Baptist Church, officiated. Serving as pallbearers were Roy Hagaman, Harry Knight, Lee Miller, Seth Parker, John Rcineke and Bill Stangl. Mr. Calder died Thursday evening at the Greene County Hospital in Jefferson after being hospitalized for one day. C. FERD SCHRUM C. Ferd Schrum, Arcadia, died Tuesday morning at Oakdale, Iowa City, after a long illness. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll, awaiting funeral arrangements. FRANK CARR Funeral services were held Monday at the Methodist Church at Lewis for Frank Carr of Lewis, cousin of Mrs. W. E. Bates. Carroll. Attending the rites from Carroll were Mrs. Bates. Mrs. Cliff McCarville. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Minnich Sr., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kloser. Mr. Carr died Saturday in the Veterans Hospital. Omaha. Mrs. Bates and Mrs McCarville were with him at the time. Times Herald, Carroll, la. {% Tuesday. Sept. 15, 1959 Q Plane Shot Down Due to Pilot's Error JACKSON. Mich. (AP) — "It was a perfect hit. In my 17 years of flying, I've never seen a better hit." Thus did Lt. Col. Montie A. Davis describe his air-to-air missile shot Monday that knocked a jet fighter out of the sky at 38,000 tcet. The pilot parachuted to safety. "It happened because I'm the world's biggest knothead," Davis told newsmen at Sclfridge Air Force Base where he is commanding officer of the 71st Interceptor Squadron. Davis, 37, said he didn't know his jet was loaded with deadly missiles and rockets as he flew on a training miss on over southern Michigan with Lt. Albert L. Prudcn, 25. of Mount Clemens, Much. Both were flying F10'2 supersonic Delta Daggers. Davis aimed at Prudcn's target plane and pressed the trigger in make-believe firing. An air-to-air missile struck the plane. Prudcn's plane—a wing shot off —went into a spin and crashed in flames in a farmyard 15 miles northeast of Jackson. A family of three ran from the path of the falling craft. Pruden bailed out and drifted in his parachute for 45 minutes before landing in a cornfield. He suffered mild shock, a cut foot and bruised leg. "Something went wrong with my plane." Pruden said afterward "It felt like I was hit by lt went into a spin and pull it out, so I bailed Daily Record COURTHOUSE Licenses to Wed— Galen L. Schwery, Vail, Betty Lou Nieland, Breda; Donald B. Culbertson, Omaha, Neb. and Mary J. King, Omaha, Neb. New Vehicles Registered- Norman J. Nieland, Arcad i a, Ford; Barbara J. Hinze, Carroll, Rambler; William B. McCarville, Carroll, Rambler; and Lyle E. Auerbach, Carroll, Ford. , Real Estate Transfers— Laura Campbell to Henry W. Hagedorn, Lot 8, Block fi. Manning. James R. and Marian Albert to Keith H. Wunder, part of Lots 17 and 18, Block 7, Manning. Anna Zurn to Anna Zurn and Dorothy Venner, part of Lot 2, block 20, Western town Lot Company's subdivision of Out Lot 2, First Addition to Manning. Bernard J. and Dorothy E. Murphy to Edward J. and Marie Ries, Lot 51, Block 1, Murphy Addition to Carroll. low good in. 00 -24. 50; a few standard cows 19.00-22.00; utility and commercial 16.00 - 18.50; canners and cutters 14.00-17.50; utility and commercial bulls 21.50-23.50; veal- ers 34.00 down; culls as low as 16.00; two loads choice 950 lb feeding steers 27.25-27.35; a load of good 950 lbs 25.75. Sheep 2.000; all classes fully steady; bulk good and choice spring slaughter lambs 80-100 lbs 20.00-21.00; a few lots choice and mixed choice and prime 90-100 lbs 21.75-22.00; 2 loads choice 95 lb shorn lambs No. 2 pelts 21.00; most cull and utility spring lambs 12.00-18.50, a few low good 19.50; cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.50. Chicago Grain Markets Are Furnished by something. 1 couldn't out." The Air what type FRANK LESLIE SMITH Frank Leslie Smith. 68, Ralston, died Monday, Sept. 14, at 5:45 p.m. at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. He had been ill of cancer for a year and three months, and hospitalized since Sept. 7. Funeral services will he held at the United Brethren Church, Ralston, at 3 p m. Thursday. The Rev. Donald Jones will conduct the rites. Rurial will be in Scranton Cemetery. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Glidden. where it will remain until time of services. Mr. Smith was horn at St. Joseph, Mo., Sept. 14, 1891. the eldest of a family of 13 of Leroy and Ella Spargur Smith. He attended high school at Villisca, la. He came to Carroll County in 1912. His marriage to Jennie Pearl Sexton took place at Ralston Feb. 17, 1914. For 13 years. Mr. Smith was superintendent of the bean plant at Ralston. Surviving are his wife; three sons, Wayne A. Smith, Jefferson, Mary Osterholdt Mt. Carmel — Age 84 Friends may call at Sharp Funeral Home after 6:30 p. m. Monday Rosary: Monday 7:00 p. m. led by Father O. W. Koester Tuesday 8:00 p. m. Requiem Mass: Wednesday 9:00 a. m. at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church Officiating: Father O. W. Koester Interment: Parish Cemetery. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll 19 Years A. RUDOLPH SEASTROM Funeral services for A. Rudolph Peastrom. 79, formerly of Coon Rapids, have been set for 2 p.m. Wednesday at the First Methodist Church in Coon Rapids. The Rev. Earl Jostcn will officiate. Burial will be in Viola Township Cemetery south of Coon Rapids. The body is at Huffman's Funeral Chapel in Coon Rapids where it will lie in state until the hour of services. Mr. Seastrom. who had been making his home with his son Hilmar Seastrom in Waterloo, died Sunday afternoon at the Allen Me- 1 mOrial Hospital there. I MRS. OLIVE M. BLTRICK Death came at 9:15 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14. to Mrs. Olive M. Butrick. 85. of Glidden, at Friendship Home in Auduhon. She had been in ill health for the past 15 years, and died as a result of com- • plications. ' Services will be at the Huffman Funeral Home in Glidden at 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The Rev. C. P. . Hughes, minister of the Glidden Methodist Church, will have charge of the rites. Burial will be in West J Lawn Cemetery. Mrs. Butrick, a lifelong resident of Glidden, was born Oct. 22. 1873 Her maiden name was Olive Spurgeon. On March 7, 1888. she married James Butrick. For many years Mrs. Butrick was a school teacher. She was a member of the Methodist Church. Survivors are her daughter, Mrs. Florence Sheffield. Glidden; two grandchildren, Mrs. Bruce <Ann> Johnson, Chula Vista, Calif., and Mrs. Lloyd (Evelyn' Everett, Dayton, Ohio; four great - grandchildren; one half-sister, nieces and nephews. A son, Clifford, died in infancy: and a daughter, Mrs. K. C. (Lolai Satterfield. died Jan. 12, 1953. Two brothers, Harvey and Ivan Spurgeon, also preceded her in death. MRS. CORA GLEASON iTImM Herald .\r \v» M -nlrp) SCRANTON — Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Funeral Home here for Mrs. Cora Gleason, 88, who died at her farm home north of Scranton at 2 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 15, after a short illness. The body is at the funeral home. Mrs. Gleason, a lifelong resident of Greene County and the Scranton vicinity, was born at Scranton June 28, 1871, the daughter of Isaac and Nancy Seaman. She married Myron Gleason, who died about 20 years ago. . Surviving are one son, Wayne Gleason, Scranton; one sister, Mrs. Ada Jenks, Austin, Minn.; two brothers, R. B. Seaman, Scranton, and C. W. Seaman, who lives in Canada; two grandsons, James Dale Gleason, in the U. S. Army, and Ernest W. Gleason, Glidden; and three great-grandchildren. Force would not say of missile Davis fired. a kind that It was described as seeks out its target. Davis said his eagerness to get going with the practice mission, which was behind schedule, was to blame for the accident. He said his plane was a last-minute substitute for a jet he already had checked for the flight. He said he took the plane into the air without a complete preflight check. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Emil C. Wicse. Arcadia Mrs. Henry A. Stork, Breda Norbert H. Ludwig. Auburn Emmett L. Champion. Carroll Dr. Michael J. Hall, Carroll Jens Olsen, Audubon Dismissals- James P. Reiff. Manilla Mrs. Loras J. Stork and baby, Carroll Ferdinand Liatti. Cleveland, O. Fred W. Pietig. Carroll Mrs. Melvin L. Nieland and baby, Arcadia Paul Arthur Pitts, Lidderdale Richard Gerard Smith, Carroll Births- Mr. and Mrs. Leon J. Masching, Carroll, a daughter Monday Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Carlson. Carroll, twins, a son and a daughter. Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gute. Carroll, a son Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. John J. Janning. Carroll, a son Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Gene J. Wiederin. Glidden. a son Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Gerald R Yager. Coon Rapids, a son Tuesday The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. HlRh Low Close Close WIIKAT 191 Sept. 101 Mill 101 191 IVr. 107 \ lPli : » IOIS", ior>"t 107 10li'« March 2n 1 ' , 2tm", 201 200 201 May l!tfl\ 1<10\ 100 '•• 100'4 100'-H COKN Srpt. 1MN ll.'t', 11 :* ^ lH 'i Srpt. iia' L . IW4 Hoc. 110'., mo •„ 1 KM, 1 10 110'., MHI-rh ll.V , i i:c n .'i'. 1 13 S May 11 .V, lifi'-j m , li.V', OATS Sept. (VI , <;.--»', K."S DPC. (in -\ (ii> ci!i > 4 tiO J v MHICII 70 ;., 7IH, 7111.. 70 ! , Mfiv HIT; tin', tiO 1 « H0\ 11YK ' Srpt. irtn., 12S 12S 131 Pee. i:i" l.'I'l , 133 -, i:i" l.'U 131 Mm eh i;u i:i:i 13 .-i , 1 ' Mas i:u , l .TJi, 132 U I .1 1 4 1.3-1'1 , SOY iw;.v .\s Srpt. ann\ 2( CI : , 2l'lli»» 2 <>V j Srpt. 20ri 1 1 Nov. 209', 2i IS , 21 'O 201 21 10 ' 4 20s', • .Inn. 213 212\ 213 212 \ 213', 212 \ I.AIIII Srpt. 7 S7 7 7(1 7 S7 7 <2 Nov. S 117 7 O'J s on S >"2 , Dec S li.'i s ."ill s no S -H7 District- Offices for C. R. Methodists COON RAPIDS — The Rev. Karl I Josten was elected to membership on the district committee on evangelism at the district conference Sunday at Perry. Wesley Thomas was elected a lay member, and Bob Josten one of three : young people to serve on the com-' miltee. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys of Carroll i c district secretary of evangelism. Charles Carpenter Rave a report of his experiences at the Purdue convocation for Methodist Youth, attended by H.000 Methodist young people in August. Delmar Johnson represented the Coon Rapids church school; John ; Schumacher, Jr., chairman com- i mission on education; Mrs. Dale Carpenter the social causes com! mission and Mrs. Earl Josten I membership and evangelism com- j mission. Wesley Thomas was one I of the resource persons for the lay I leadership session, while the Rev. Mr. Josten led the membership and evangelism workshop. Glenn Bolger and Mrs Hazel Bolger represented Star Methodist Church. | The conference was attended by (127 persons from the 70 churches of the Boone District. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Tim* 1 * Herald .N>iv* ScrviciM Dismissals— Mrs. Glen Kusel and daughter. Manning Debra Weaver, Grand Island. Neb Allen Overgaard. Gray Mary Steffes. Manning Births- Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pierce, Sac City, a son. Sept. 12 Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans. Corn, No. Oats No 2 2 yellow $1.82 l.Oii .(i0 • Firemen- (Continued Irom Page I) at the Burke Motor Inn at which Bill CON. editor of Smoke-Eater will be the speaker. The final business session will be held Wednesday afternoon in the city hall New committees named by Mr. Lamb, president, at the opening session here Tuesday include the following: Resolutions — Vein Trumbar, .lestip; Earl Byers, Belle Plaine, and Abel Grecnuay. Clarinda; Proxy — Ed Tetmeyer. Davenport. Paul Sooner, Independence, and Ed Feld, Carroll ('redirntials — William Osborne, Grinnell; Dean Rogers, Corning, and Neil Frank. Red Oak AuditiiiK — Russell Ridenour, Glenwood; Gail Odcn, Atlantic; and Al Batten, Glenwood. ' We send Thanksgiving FLOWERS-BY-WIRE anywhere.' Your satisfaction guaranteed. (pahh tjahdsunA Distinctive Floral Service Dial 4356 Nurses Council Discusses Projects The Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses held their first fall meeting at St. Anthony Hospital Monday night. A holy hour in the hospital chapel at 7 30 p.m. was conducted by the Rev. Edward Moorman, C.PP.S.. hospital chaplain. A business meeting followed in the library of the nursing school. Projects for the coming year were discussed and copies of the textbook'for the year, "The Medico-Moral Problems" by the Rev. Gerald Kelly, S.J., were distributed. Dessert and coffee w e r e served at the close of the meeting. The door prize was awarded to Virginia Krai. The next meeting will be at St. Anthony Hospital Monday evening, Oct. 5. Chicago Livestock j CHICAGO 'AP' — The butcher hog market absorbed another fairly heavy supply of 8.500 head Tuesday at steady to strong prices with all buying interests in the trade. The top price of $14.00 equaled Monday's peak, the lowest in almost 3' J years. Sows were steady to 25 cents higher and cleared at $10 50-13.00 Slaughter steers, choice and below, were weak hut the market otherwise was sterdy to strong. High choice sold at $25.75-28.25. Vealers were unchanged at $34.00 and down. The sheep market was steady at $20 00-22.00 for good to prime spring slaughter lambs. Delos A. Haltermans Move Into New Home Mr. and Mrs. Delos A. Halterman moved last week from the residence at 1015 North Crawford Street into their newly - purchased home at 1344 Salinger Avenue, the former home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jungst, who moved to DeKalb, III. CHICAGO (APi - U'SDAt Hogs 8,500; butchers steady to strong; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed grade Is, 2s and 3s 100-230 lb butchers 13 40-13 .75: not much over 200 lbs below 13.80; several hundred Is and 2s and mixed 1 -2 200-230 lbs 13.75-13.00 with a few lots sorted mostly Is 210-220 lbs 13 90-14.00: around 200 head at 14 00: mixed 2-3 and 3s 230 -200 lbs 13.50-13.75. lew lots mostly 2s 240250 lbs late 13.85; numerous sales 200 - 280 lb butchers at 13.75; a deck 2-3 300 lbs 13.50, mixed grade 1-3 180 -1(15 lbs unevenly 13.00 - 13 .85, little below 13.25; mixed grade 1-3 300-400 lb sows 11.50-12.75; a few lots 275-300 lbs 12.75-13.00; mixed 2-3 400-525 lbs 10.50-11.75. Cattle ii.000; calves lot); slaugh- 'tor steers mostly steady; few loads high choice and prime 1.1001.275 lb steers 28.75-2il.25; a load j of high choice and prime 1,438 lbs 28 .25; good to high choice 1,300 I lbs down 25.75 - 28.25; a few high j choice under 1,200 lbs up to 28.50; ; a load of high choice and prime i "00 lb heifers 27.50; a load of high ! choice 950 lbs 27.25; bulk good land choice 25.00-27.00; utility to Close Entries for Ak Livestock Show Entries closed at the county extension oifiee Monday for the Ak- Sar-Ben Livestock Show at Omaha September 25 through October 4. Exhibitors entering from county 4 -H clubs wvvo Jack Humors. 10. llalbur Community Club, who will show an Annus baby beef, and 1 he following five members of the Manning Win-or-Grin Club: Fred Cruhn. 14. two Angus baby beet; (ilea Ahrendsen, 10, shorthorn baby beef steer, shorthorn tat heiler. and two Purebred shorthorn heifers. Stanley Beck. 17, one herelord steer and one Hereford fat heifer; Carol Beck. IK, one . Angus steer; and Dennis Grim. 18, one Hereford heifer. Market cattle will go to Omaha Sunday, Sept 27, and Purebred heifers Thursday. Sept 24. SORRY, WRONG CITY MONTPELIER. Vt AP) - The Chamber of Commerce in Vermont's capital city strives to please But it has one request that just can't be handled — a letter Irom a New York City woman asking for inlormation about house lots 111 Montpelier. The lady specified she wanted a lot with ' frontage on the Atlantic Ocean Montpelier is some 150 miles from the seacoast Now Is The Time Have your cistern cleaned before the fall rains— DIAL 3446 Ray Vanderheiden PLUMBING & HEATING 1700 N. W. Admiral SEPTEMBER SALE Deluxe Refrigerators Full width freezer chest and drawer, 2 ice cube trays, big wide crisper, safety door handle, extra egg, butter and cheese storage. 11 cu. ft. $179.95 with trade Big 9 Cu. Ft. Trade 13 cu. ft. $199.95 with trade TV AND APPLIANCES SPORRER'S 9th and Salinger Opening Evtningi Until 9 (Excapt sundiy)

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