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September 21, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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BIG 1959 Invalid Iowa Author Helps to Cheer Vets CHICAGO (Al'i — A smiling little woman who can move only her facial muscles and Iwo fingers of her right hand is in Chi- caRO to help cheer up some lonely veterans. She also will autograph a book she wrote with those two fingers. The author. Mary Ellen Kelly, 3ti. of Marcus, Iowa. Tuesday will iiltend the autographing party for her new book, "But With the Dawn Rejoicing." Miss Kelly has acute rheumatoid arthritis. In her book she tells the story of 20 years of effort to remain active in spite of the crippling disease. While here, she says she hopes )o arrange for an ambulance to take her around to veterans hospitals. "There arc so many veterans who haven 't had a visitor for yi-ars," she said smiling. "Perhaps I can cheer some of them up" Willi the use of only S per cent of her muscles, Miss Kelly fills about 100 per cent of the day with her act i\ it ics. From her bed it home she runs j the league for shut-ins and pub-, lishes a bi-monthly magazine, ' Seconds Sanctified, for the! league 's 2,000 members. She vis- 1 its invalids in many parts of the country. Traveling has become increasingly difficult (or her, though not , because of her affliction. Air- 1 lines and most railroads refuse j to transport her on her rolling: cot. she said. j Miss Kelly arrived in Chicago I Sunday in a baggage car with her 1 traveling companion, Karen Hoyl. i also of Marcus. ! "1 rode with the chickens, but Ij was lucky to be aboard at all," i she quipped. ! "1 would like to fly. but no air-! line will take me," she said. "They say I'm too much of a problem." j "The next easiest way for me I to travel is in railway baggage j cars," she said. And only the' Illinois Central will let her ride j there. "The rest don't want to take the risk." Tlm« HtraM, Carrot!, fa. J% Monday, Soph 21, 1959 Q Personals Weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylc Thompson and family were Mr. Thompson's mother Mrs. Myrtle Thompson of Mankato. Minn.; his sister Mrs, Daniel Thomas and children of Mankato: and his aunt Mrs. Alice Anderson of Wells, Minn. Sunday dinner and afternoon guests in the home of the Rev. and Mrs. George J. Gundel in Grant Township were their children: S- Sgl. Bernard G. Gundel, Glascow, Mont.: A-2c Lawrence C. Gundel. Frankfort, Germany; and Mr. and,, Mrs. Donald Thcdc and daughter^ Pamela Jean. Denison. It was the first time in three years that their children have been home at the same time. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers. accompanied by their daughters, Eloisc and Carolee. spent Sunday with their son. Kenneth, a freshman student at Simpson College, Indianola. Mike Tan Crcti. son of Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. has returned to Dartmouth College. Hanover. N. H.. for his second year. His father took him to Hanover. They were accompanied by Prof. F. .). Moreau, of the Kansas University Law School, Lawrence, Kan. Mr. Tan Creti and Prof. Moreau vacationed at Hanover for several days and played golf. Mr. Tan Crcti visited his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Tan Creti, in the Hanover vicinity. On the way back, they visited Cornell College at Ithaca, N. Y. Mr. Tan Creti returned to Carroll Sunday afternoon. POLIO VICTIM DES MOINES (AP) — Mrs. Marliyn Thornton, 23, of Iowa Falls, was hospitalized with non­ paralytic polio here Sunday. She had received four polio -shots. Martin Standard Station Cited Again For the third time in as many months, the Joe Martin Standard Service station. 6th and Carroll Sts. here, has been cited for honors in a company wide appearance and cleanliness contest for Standard Oil dealers. For this latest honor for the month of August, Mr. Martin was awarded one of two citations granted to dealers in the Carroll field, according to L. G. Schoofs, company representative. Second citation was given to the Brinker Standard Service at Glidden. Bryant Baker was the sculptor of 'The Pioneer Mother." Deaths, Funerals JOHN N. BEITER John N. Beiter. 47, died of a heart attack at his home at 1108 North Main Street at 2:15 a.m. Sunday, Sept. 20. Funeral services will be at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys of the First Methodist Church, will conduct the services. Burial will be in the family lot in the Carroll City Cemetery. Mr. Beiter, a lifelong resident of Carroll, had been in ill health for the past year. He was born May 20, 1912, the son of John and Martha Beiter, who, with a sister, Mildred Louise Beiter, preceded him in death. Surviving are a sister, Mrs. Joe • Helen) Allison, and a niece, Betty Jean Allison, both of Olin. He was a cousin ot Nick Beiter of Carroll and Mrs. Vincent Collison of Arcadia. Mr. Beiter was a member of the First Methodist Church in Carroll; and a graduate of Carroll High School. He was formerly bookkeeper for Arnold Motor Supply. Mr. Rath died early Thursday morning, Sept. 17. at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll after a short illness. LLOYD A. CASLOW Lloyd A. Caslow, 68. of Yale, father of Mrs. W. L. Chambers of Carroll, died Sunday morning at Guthrie Center after a long illness. Funeral services will be at the Marchant Funeral Home, Yale, at 2 p.m. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers went to Yale Sunday, where Mrs. Chambers is remaining for a few days. ROSS D. HARVEY Funeral services will be Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Slininger Funeral Chapel in Jefferson for Ross D. Harvey, 73, Jefferson, who died there Sunday morning. Burial will be in the Dedham cemetery. Mr. Harvey, who was born in Dedham, was a retired auto dealer in Carroll and Greene Counties, and also in Des Moines. Survivors include his wife Hazel, a son, Russell of Jefferson, and a daughter, Mrs. P. J. (Bethane) Barber, Des Moines. ANTON A. KLOCKE Requiem mass for Anton A. Klocke was read at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham, at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 19, by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Mr. Klocke, 76, of Dedham, died at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll Sept. 17, after being in failing health for six years and seriously ill for two weeks. Burial, under direction of the Sharp Funeral Home, was in • St. Joseph's Cemetery, Dedham. Pallbearers were William Klocke, Rudy Anthofer, Paul Wiedemeyer, Frank Hoffman Jr., Leo Danner and Fred Golwitzer. For more than 50 years, Mr. Klocke operated a commercial threshing machine in the Dedham area. After retiring from farm work, Mr. and Mrs. Klocke, who survives, made their home in Dedham. CHARLES RATH Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon for Charles Rath, 79, lifelong resident of Grant Township, Carroll County. Short services at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll at 1:30 were followed by services at 2 p.m. in St. John's American Lutheran Church in Grant Township, of which he was a member. The Rev. George J. Gundel officiated, using as his text. Matthew 16:24. Organists were Mrs. Kenn e t h Best and Leona Berns. The men's group, composed of Merle Heuton, Charles Meins, Lawrence Heuton, Delberl Heuton and Kenneth Best, sang "Beneath the Cross of Jesus", "Must Jesus Bear the Cross .Mono?" and "Near the Cross." Burial was in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Pallbearers includ- tMi Albert Heuton, Henry Schafer, Walter Schafer, jJohn T. Peter, William Rath and Herman Rath. Refreshments were served at the cliuivU following the services. •< MRS. CLAUDE HALL Mrs. Claude Hall, 62, of Scranton, died Saturday, Sept. 19, at 12:30 p.m. at the Greene County Hospital, Jefferson. Services will be Tuesday at 2 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jefferson, with the Rev. Arnold F. Boehnke officiating. Burial will be in the Scranton Cemetery. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Scranton, where it will remain until 1 p.m. Tuesday, when it will be taken to the church. Mrs. Hall, the former Clara Kuhn, was a registered nurse, and at one time had been employed at St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll. She was born June 11, 1897 in Shelby County, the daughter of Fred and Pauline Kuhn. She had been a resident of the Scranton vicinity for 22 years. Mr. and Mrs. Hall were married at Council Bluffs June 25, 1928. They lived on a farm. Surviving are her husband; three sisters, Mrs. Emma Wycoff and Minnie Kuhn, both of Manning, and Mrs. Arthur Koerhsen. Walnut; and two brothers, Emil Kuhn and Ernest Kuhn, both of Manning. Two infant children, her parents, two brothers aud two sisters predeceased Mrs. Hall. She was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Manning. at FRANK STOKES (Mines Hrruld Sen* Service) LAKE CITY - Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chapel in Lake City for Frank Stokes, 65, retired farmer of Lake City, who died early Monday morning „ Veterans Hospital in Des Moines He had been in ill health for some time. He is survived by one son, Harold Stokes, and one grandchild of Lake City; a brother, Harry Stokes, and sister, Mrs. E 1 d o n Howe, both of whom live in Lanesboro. A 2-week Sale ...FOR YOU Get your share of these values this weekl There'll be a new list of "Smashing Values" next weekl Qardenside Brand— Yellow, Cream Style Plan your needs for many weeks to come. Stock up! Enjoy Safeway's Smashing Values to give you top savings. Buy!.. . and Buy!... and Buy! Save!... and Save!... and Save! SWEET PEAS, TOMATOES or CUT GREEN BEANS Red Potatoes Here's your chance , to buy and save on U.S. No. 1 Grade, shallow-eyed potatoes. lbs. Campbell's Tomato At this feature value you'll want to buy a half case of 24 cans and save! t's soup weather! This mean* you'll need plenty of crackers for the fall months. Pick up several boxes and save! Busy Baker, 1-lb. Box rackers Supreme, Mb. Bex Gelatin Desserts Pkgs. Jell-well 19< 3 Pkgs. Jell-O round Safeway's Ground Beef — is not ordinary "hamburger." It's made of only lean, tender chunks of Beef . . . with just enough fat to make it cook up juicy. Stock-up this week with your favorite flavors. The more you buy, the more you'll save! SAVE... on these "Smashing values** through the whole weekl Wheat Bread Sliylavk: ci ' u8ne(3 ' 16 -02. regular price 23c . . .Loaf EIGOT BE66BTED TO LIMIT QUA-STIIIM SAFEWAY Prices effective thru Saturday, Sept. 26, in Carroll, Iowa 19c Cinnamon Rolls fresh and sweet . Pkg. 19c Ploin Donuts light and tender ... .of 12 19c Coffee Fresh Eggs (LAKIAHIHM Velkay brand; stock )nOl fening up and save money , White Magic; Don't Airway, MQ . 1-lb. 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