Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 8
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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yjDu'iL kavsL fa way* Demos Begin Organizing forCampaign Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Carroll Gas Companv, Carroll, WASHINGTON <AP> - The Ford truck; Dexter G. Johnson, Democratic National Committee i Carroll, Ford: Max H. Reed, Car- has settled lOfiO convention dele-' ro11 - Forfi : and Joe Bluml, Halbur, gate strength and qualifications in unexpected harmony. Today it begins organizing for next years presidential campaign. Chevrolet. Rral Estate Transfers- Dale G. and Reva F. Jungst to Delos A. and Mary Lou Halterman, choice steers sold at $25.50-28.25 for 1,200 lb weights. to attend three days of closed strategy sessions hy the party's state chairman and vice chairmen Two conference dinners, however, were to be open affairs. Three potential contenders for the 1PK0 presidential nomination will address the state leaders- Sen Hubert Humphrey <D-Minn' tonight, and Sen. Stuart Symington <D-Mo> and Gov. G Mennen Williams of Michigan Saturday- night. The committee approved two proposals by Chairman Paul M. Butler Wednesday with hardly Two Escapees Are Recaptured SIDNEY fAP) — Two prisoners who escaped from a Fort Madison prison farm last Sept. 8 were in jail here Thursday awaiting return to the penitentiary. The two, recaptured Wednesday by Fremont County authorities, are William Gail Sawyer, 41, ,of Ottumwa. and Richard Hale, 23, of Imogene. , t .„ _ .„ Hale telephoned the sheriff's of- Frank B. Lewis to John F. Best, j mixed grade 2-3 and 3s 230-290 lbs! Hce here Wednesday morning CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) Hogs 8,500; steady to 25 lower on butchers under 230 lbs; 2-3 mixed grade and mixed grade Is 2s and 3s 200-225 lbs butchers 13.50-13.75; several hundred Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-225 lbs 13.75-13.90; and several lots Is and mixed 1-2 M„„„ „(• „„„,!,„,, r„«,,in«rf Lot Block l > Addition to j 200-225 lbs 13.75-13.90: and several Many of its memhe.s icmained Carroll _ , 0(s , g an(J mjxed M 13 ^. Rft0 . TfiriM H«r«ld, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sapt. 17, 1959 8 Deaths, Funerals West U of Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, fi. Bock 12. Lanesboro. a, and 13.75-14.00: a deck 3s around 350 \from Northboro and told authori- lb butchers 13.00; a limited vol- .ties he wanted to surrender. Sher- ume mixed grade 1-3 180-195 lbs I >f< Al Christopher later captured unevenly 13.00 - 13.75. little below : Sawyer in Waubonsie State Park 13 25; mixed grade 1-3 350-400 lb' near Sidney, sows 11.25-12.50; a few lots 275-! The two men apparently stole a 330 lbs 12.50-13.00; mixed 2-3 400- car "ear Fort Madison, officers said, and 'ater abandoned it in ANTON A. KLOCKE Anton A. Klocke, 76, of Dedham, died at 3:30 a.m. Thursday, Sept. 17. at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. He had been in failing health for six years and seriously ill the past two weeks. The body is at Sharp's Funeral ftome in Carroll where friends may call after 7 p.m. this evening. The rosary, led by the Rev. Henry Meyer, will be recited at 8 p.m. tonight and 8 p.m. Friday Sylvester and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Thornton, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Baker and Dick and Jerry Baker, Des Moines; James High, Mrs. Leon Conway, Wilbur Colby and Mr. and Mrs. Ora Hoy, Mechanicsville; Mrs. Lynn Deal, Mrs. Walter Cole and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Vohris, Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. George Ocker, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Duff, Mr. and Mrs. Maxwell McDonald, Mr. New Meat Walkout Is Threatened JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fines- Daniel M. Wenck. Lidderdale ?10 and costs, stop sign violation; Kenneth J. Sanders. Carroll. So and 500 lbs 10.25-11.25. costs, defective muffler; Fern J. | Cattle 700: calves 100: steers Addison. Carroll. S10 and costs, im-. prading average choice and below proper registration: Roy J. Kanne. steady to weak; high choice and prime steers ^practically absent and Mrs. Arthur Moran and Mr. Requiem mass, with Fr. Mever and Mrs Lloyd Caywood Scranton; Ralph Ocker, Sac City; Bud Ocker, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Cassie Baker and Mr. and Mrs. Will White! Manilla; Mrs. Arthur Britt and Mrs. Wallace Smith, Houston, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Munsell, Rockford; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bur- officiating, will be at 9:30 a.m. Sat urday at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham. with burial in St.'Joseph's j Cemetery. Mr. Klocke was born Sept. 28. 1882, in Westphalia. Germany. He jcame to the United States with his elsmith, Springfield, 111.: Mr. and Carroll. S10 and costs, driving wrong way on one-way street. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL any of the Southern opposition Admissions— Kirksville. Mo. They stole another 1 P*"™ 18 in , 1884 ' "here they set car in Kirksville and drove it into', tle ? on a , f ? r ™ °"f ™ d one - ha,1 ; M „ c , , AnrtnPB „ n anri u/ Q „ no Iowa I miles east of Carroll. After several i Mrs. L. A. Anderson and Wayne Officers said a sawed off shot-! >™« « h ^,™ vpd ,0 V^l,I 'VS'T^n JH* M? Jiut , , n„n «•« fn.mH insirip th* par , north and i. t mile east of Dedham. Jack Lynn. Mr. and Mrs. Walter good to high choice slaughter I »"" w £^ Ruencke and Mrs. J. D. Bowman, steers 1.200 lbs down 25.50-28.25; : w , hch Saujet had dmen into the. ; Coon Rapids: Mr. and Mrs. they were expected to draw. Not one roll call vote was required and veteran members said it was one of the most harmonious sessions of the committee in years. The proposals adopted would: 1. Increase the numher of votes Dismissals— Mrs Miles Hedges. Carroll Mark E Reiter. Carroll Thomas Newell. Dedham Julie K Vonnahme. Arcadia Finest Carpenter. Coon Rapids state park, officers said. Sawyer surrendered without a fight, how ever choice largely 27 00: a few utility standard and low good 22.00-25 00 some 1.050 lb cutter Holstein steers 20.00: good and choice heifers 24 50-26.25: a few utility and standard 19.00 - 23 50: utility and * erv,n K a , 10 '^ r commercial cows 16.00-18.50; can- fo W>' and Hale officials said that and Gary R. Tigges. Coon Rapids ners and cutters 14.00-17.25; a few- Maurice Bell. Glidden Merle .1 Baumhover. Carroll Mrs. Nina P. Henderson, Jeffer son in the I960 convention to 1.511. or 139 more than in 195fi. Every state would be guaranteed a cam of at least one vote, but the combined vote of the 11 Southern states would be trimmed by about hy. Templeton 1 per cent compared with their George W. Kinsman relative strength in the 1956 convention. Smorgasbord, Methodist Church. Sept. 23. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Adults. $1.50: Children, 75 cents. adv. light canners down to 13.00; util- . ity bulls 21.50-23.00; a few good COlWtV LeQIOII and choice vealers 32.00 - 34 00; ' ' culls down to 16.00: few good 540 |nStOllS Of lICCTS lb stock steers 28.00; a load of, Mrs Hamld L. Heithoff and ba- ; choice 988 lb feeding steers 27 00; j a load of good and choice 925 lbs Icfferson 1 26 65; a few good 550 lb stock Emil C. Wiese. Arcadia [heifers 27.00. Emmet L Champion. Carroll ria Klocke. Coon Rap His marriage to Anna Golwit/.er Charles Sylvester, Wayne Bliss, , took place at St. Joseph's Church.! Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Myers, Mr In Des Moines. Board of Control! Dt f dh f m - F , eb - 1914. Fr. Huel ' " p shorst performed the ceremony. Mrs. hldred Reever They lived on the home farm until 1 and Harry Graves. Glidden 1949 when they retired and made , Mrs. Pearl Schnoor, Perry, their home in Dedham. Mr. Baker is survived by seven For more than 50 years Mr Kloc- children: Mrs. J. E. Sylvester, ke operated a commercial thresh- j Glidden; Lowell Baker and Eldon ing machine in the Dedham area! Raker. Carroll; Mrs. Arthur Britt, Surviving with his wife are the j Houston, Tex.: Vernon Baker, following children: Mrs. Anthony! Des Moines; Mrs. Phyllis Lynn, 'Loretta' Greying. Willcy; Mrs. , San Gabriel. Calif.; and William Jack iLavina> Keiser. Palatine. ' Raker. Lohrville: a sister. Mrs. 111.; Wilbur A. Klocke. and Al- Eva Ocker. Scranton: and a broth- fred B Klocke. Dedham; Mrs. Wil-' er. Foster Baker, Pontiac, Mich. Sawyer was sentence for was serving three years for conspiracy. P8 NEW 2 CHICAGO (AP)—The meat industry, already hit by one strike, faces the threat of another by the weekend. The United Packinghouse Workers said Thursday 5,700 workers may walk out Saturday at Wilson & Co. plants if an agreement on a now contract has not been reached by that time. Workers have been on the job without a contract since the old contract expired Aug. 31. The union has served notice that the contract extension will end Saturday. Negotiators for the company and the union arranged another session Thursday. They met Wednesday in a conference described by a union spokesman as a "dead center head bumper." "Wilson's proposals don't add up to what we've been getting from the other packers," the spokes- and Mrs. Albert Jensen. Mr. and j man said. Fred Kline I R ut t |„, company, in a letter to Sheep 1,500; spring slaughter 1 ncsday night. New officers of the County Legion were installed by three ranking district officers at a meeting in the Coon Rapids Legion Hall Wed- bam 'Dorothy Schon Jr., Glidden Leonard Klocke. Willcy: Bernard ' HARVEY H. WRIGHT ITIIIIPI Herald NPHP, ScrvleO production and maintenace workers Thursday, stated: "In the event a strike is called hy the UPWA, the company will make effective the following day. all increased wages and other benefits provided in the company's offer of Sept. 3, and em­ ployes will be expected to report for work as usual " The union rejected the Sept 3 offer. Under the offer, the company said, employes would receive two cents an hour more the first year HOOVER Constellation This is the canister that has everything. Walks on air, has double stretch hose, ten second bag change, powerful motor, and the most efficient rug and floor nozzle. $49.95 exch. Your Choice— Upright or Canister Type SPORRER'S TV Cr Appliances 901 Salinger — Dial 9513 Dr. Michael J Hall. Carroll | lambs steady to 50 higher: bulk Sworn in as new county officers Klocke. Dedham: and Annabclle .Mrs Raymond Drees and baby. good and c ^ oice 80 . ]00 )h spnnB f or tne commc year were Duane • and Ronald A. Klocke. at home, j AUBURN — Funeral services' and four cents an hour more the Carroll lambs 20.00 - 22.00; few lots high David of Coon Rapids, comman- ; 0ne sister. Mrs Pete Danner Sr.. Were held at 2 p.m. Wednesday at second year than workers of oth- Mrs. Susan Harrison. Carroll choice and mixed choice and dor: Melvin Tigges. Dedham. vice i Dedham. and 29 grandchildren al-; the United Presbyterian Church at • cr firms which have reached John Christopher Siedhoff, Bay- prime 22.50-22.75; shipment choice commander: Dale Linn. Coon .so survive. Wall Lake for Harvey Howard , agreements with the United Pack- ard l 88 lb shorn lambs with No. 2 pelts Rapids, adjutant: and John Dent- ! 0ne sister. Mrs. Anton Anthofcr. Wright of Auburn. Mr. Wright died ; inghouse Workers and the Ama'- l, J ... , . „. . 1 21.00: cull and utility 12.00-18.50. linger. Glidden. chaplain Mr. and Mrs. Walter .I. Riessel- few low good 19 50 . cxtreme culls Thp insta i linc officers were H.M. man. Manning, a son. Wednesday , down t0 1000 . mjxed good and . Stu , Lund of Webster City. Eighth Mr and Mrs. H. Rand Peter- ' choice 116 lb shorn yearlings with District commander: Charles and one brother. William F. Kloc- Sunday afternoon of a heart attack gamated Meat Cutters and Butch- sen. Harlan, a son. Thursday Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans. No 1 Corn. No. 2 yellow Oats " $1.83 . 107 ... .60 fall shorn pelts 18.25: cull to Smith. Dow City, vice commander choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00- and Dave Ertl, Webster City, ad kc. preceded him in death. Mr. Klocke was a member of St. Joseph's Church. Dedham. and the Rosary Society of the parish. 5.50. Chicago Grain Chicago Livestock CHICAGO 'AP>-The top level of butcher hog prices fell back to a 3 '2 -year low again Thursday with the market steady to 25 cents lower. The peak of $14 00. paid for the third time this week, included a broad ranee of weights, and went for several lots of mixed 1-2. mixed 2-3 and some strictly No. n grades including offerings up to 2! m lbs. High choice and prime grade slaughter steers were scarce as the cattle supply dropped to a small TOO head. Some good to high To Find BETTER Homogenized MILK! Produced by Local Dairymen Processed by Your Neighbors Sold by Your Favorite Grocery CARROLL CREAMERY COMPANY WARDS rs ON T GOME WARD E3 So much relaxing comfort for so little .. . These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. High Low Close Close WHEAT i Sept. 190 189'; 19m, 190 Sept. 19ns 1901. Dec. 195 1951, 195 \ t T 195 % March 2O0 199*, 199\ 20<l 199 7 , 200', May 198 4 197 -S 1981, 19R\ May 19SV t 198'.. CORN Sept. 114 % 113'i 114'i 114', 114% 11 1 •% Dec. 110', 109 S 109'* 110 110 110', March 113-S 113 S 113 '•• 1 13'-. Mav 115 \ 115 \ 115 \ 115',. OATS 115 \ 1 Sept. fifi fio s » (if! K.Y% Dec R !>i« H9-, «9% , . March 7o>; 70% 70', 1 ! May 69 fi9 K9-S HO'.. K9 % HVK 1 Sept. 130 > K 1291, 130 129' • Dec. 132',, 131 132 U 131 », 131 '... March 134 'i 133 i i 131', 1 'I 1 1 l.'W',. Mav 133 1 , 132N, 11V1 1 133 7 « 132% SOS" BEAN'S 132N, 132% . Sept. 207Vi 20fi 207 21W' 'j . Sept. 207 ' 4 Nov. 209', 209 i» 2119% 209', 209". 209', Jan. 213 ; , 213 213% 213'K 213', 213', Nov. 797 7.S7 7 .97 7 95 Dec. S.55 S 47 8.47 8,52 ; Jan. 8.47 8.40 8.47 8.45 while attending a family reunion CHARLES RATn I a * " ie ^ a ^ e Community Buil- Death came shortly after mid-i t " nR- night Thursday morning, Sept. 17. ! Tne Rt>v M H. Kennedy of the , , . , to Charles Rath. *79. lifelong resi- United Preshyterian Church of Alliance at meetings during the dent of G| . an( Tmvnshjp ra|Tol] burn assisted by Rev. Guslafson of >ear I9.i8-.i9. . County a , St Anthony Hosptial in Wall Lake Church officiated at The next county meehng^vviM be, Carrol , flfter a shnrt ; illnpss the services. Burial was in the Services will be held Saturday Wa " ''' lkp Cemetery. Pallbear- aftemoon at 1:30 al the Huffman prs W(M * P Melvin Wright. Karly; Funeral Home in Carroll, followed Harold .Janssen. Lake City; LaVern by services at 2 p m at St John's Wright. Paton: Bobby Galhraith. American Lutheran Church in Marshall, Minn.: Klmer Carrels. Grant Township, conducted by the Humont, and William Schwanz. Rev George .) Cundel Burial will v 'ail he in the family lot in Wcstlawn Mr and Mrs .lames Dreeszen Cemetery. Glidden. with Carl Bruns of Auburn sang Mr Rath was born Feb 18. 1880 He was a member of St. John's American Lutheran Church Surviving are his sister. Mrs Ke- jutant. Maurice Dunn Post No 7 of Carroll won the plaque for best at- Hall at Dedham. Wednesday night, Octoher 21. So. Dakota Couple Killed in Iowa Crash RELMOND 'AP'-A Deadwood. S.D airman and his wife were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John er Workmen. Aschinger. He was taken to the. Agreements thus far generally Aschinger home after becoming ill have followed the pattern of the new contract with Armour &• Co. That one provided increases of 8 1 -.- cents an hour the first year and 6'-.. cents the second year, plus other benefits Under the old contracts pay averaged $2..ifi an hour. A federal mediator reported that some progress was made Wednesday in negotiations with Swift & Co. A strike hy the two unions has kept 17.700 Swift employes off duty in 34 cities since Sept. 4. a hospital Thursday as the result of a car-truck collision at the intersection of Highways 3 and 69 south of here. , .. I Killed in the crash Wednesday ka Keeler. Glidden. a sister-in-law. were Charles M. lverson. .18. and , , Mrs ( "'^en Rath. ( arroll. and a his wife. Nora. 42. Their son. Kev- 1 ] * r * e numbcr of mctcs and neph- in, 9. was taken to a Belmond! 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Jan 31. 1RRR. the eldest of a family of six of Mr. and Mrs, Melvin Wright His marriage to Bona Garrels took place Jan 21, 1908 near Herring. Mr. Wright farmed in the Wall Lake and Odeholt communities most of his married life. - — .The Wrights moved to Auburn in hospital. lverson had just returned; BYRON RAKER 1943 from a farm south of Auhurn from Air Force duty in England. | Funeral services for Byron Ra- where they had resided three Deputy Sheriff Dale Walrod said i k er 7a worp held Tuesday after- y0 ars the Wei-sons' little foreign car was | noon a t the Methodist Church in M,-. an H Mrs Wright were the headed west and turned off High-' coon Rapids. Mr. Raker died Sat- parents of three children. Mrs way 3 into U. S. 69. The truck urday morning at Friendship p rpr ] Schoneboom (Alice'. Lake ^"l} 1 ,' driver. Joseph Moore, 49, Tulsa. Home in Audubon. He was a re-' view; Lloyd Wright. Carroll: and Okla., was not injured. tired farmer from the Coon Ra- j \i, s Karle Minser 1 Norma'. Liber- jpids area. tyville. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bell returned i The Rev. Karl Josten. pastor of Surviving besides his widow and home Wednesday noon from Iowa ! the Coon Rapids Methodist | nrpe children are nine grandchil- 1 Falls, where they had visited their Church, officiated at the services rircn. nine great - grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McF <>e re- son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and j He was assisted by the Rev. C P. tW o brothers and one sister, turned Tuesday after spending a 1 Mrs. Don Rohson, for several days. | Hughes, pastor of the Glidden His parents and two brothers pre- Bake Sale: St. Joseph's Parish, Saturday. Sept 19 Iowa Public Service Rldg 9 00 to 5.00 adv. week with their daughter. Mrs. John Blake, at Minburn. They at- i Methodist Church. Burial was in ccc ) cc i him in death Sacred Heart Parish, Temple-; the family lot in the Scranton tended funeral services for Mr. ton. annual chicken supper, Sun , i Cemetery u Blake. '/, Sept. 20 Serving 4:00 to 8:00. Adv. j Mrs. Paul Nelson was organist *—~-~— mmm ~ mmmmmmmmmmmmmm *~ m a t the, services. Duets were sung i by Mrs. Delbert Ford and Mrs. If f • A A A i Ftoswell Jordan. They sang "My God and I" and "In the Garden." Serving as pallbearers were: Austin Britt. Harry Cretsinger. Howard Ballard, Clarence Kennedy, Wayne Hagan and Charles Davidson. Friends and relatives that attended the services included: Mr. of all pigs conceived fail to develop! No Injuries in Car-Pickup Crash No injuries were reported in a collision between a pick-up truck and a car on Main street between Fifth and Sixth here Wednesday evening at fi :40 p.m., police said. A pick-up driven by Douglas A. Drees, 17. Carroll, was backing away from the curb while a car driven by Herman Gauer, 21. Carand Mrs. William Baker, Lohr- roll, was pulling into a parking ville; Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Baker stall. The front bumper of the and Eldon Baker, Carroll; Mr. pick-up caught a rear fender on and Mrs. J. E. Sylvester, Johnny the car, police said. IN MEMORIAM Anton A. Klocke Carroll — Age 76 Friends may call after 7 p. m. Thursday at the Sharp Funeral Home. Rosary: 8 p. m. Thursday Rosary. 8 p. m. Friday, led by Rev. Henry Meyer Requiem Mass: 9:30 a. m. Saturday at St. Joseph Church in Dedham, Fr, Henry Meyer, officiatinjj. Interment: St. Joseph Cemetery, Dedham. SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll, 19 Years no* VITAMASH 32% Sow Supplement Sow Help and Sow Lacta can hrlp eliminate this lack of proper sow nutrition which is the cause of this pig mortality. These rations are heavily fortified with vitamins and minerals. Sow Help and Sow Lacta contain extra antibiotics. ASK ABOUT OUR HOG FEEDING FINANCE CONTRACT "Buy direct and save—in bulk or bagi delivered to your farm" VITAMASH FEEDS DivuioufVllAUCO. 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