Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 22, 1959 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1959
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Murphy, Fonda Catherine Kalkhoff, Templet o n Dismissals— Mrs. Emma K. Koll, Carroll Dennis R. Bainbridge, Kingsley Mrs. Walter J. Johnson, Westside Mrs. Anthony Miller. Breda Mrs. Raymond B. Bruning and baby, Breda Paul I. Fasbender, Carroll Ernest Blair Harden Jr., Carroll Mrs. Glennie L. Prince, Carroll Mrs. Richard Wales and baby, Odebolt Births- Mr. and Mrs. Donald Diers, Arcadia, a daughter, Tuesday Timet Htrald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Sapt. 22, 1959 mixed choice and prime shorn lambs with No. 1 pelts 22.00-22.25; a load 119 lbs at 22.00, feed lot mates of 21.75 lambs Monday; cull and utility 10.00-19.00, mostly 12.00 up; cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.50. Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Close Mr. and Mrs. Robert Marget. Sigourney, a daughter, born at Keokuk County Hospital in Sigourney, Tuesday. The baby has a sister Robin. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marget of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Larson of Roland. High Low Close WHEAT Dec. 19611 194'1 I'.M'i 1 Q.l !U March 200 > 4 198'i 1 "H 198'I; 198% May 1!18-\ 197 197 July .183 \ 183 183 M CO UN Dec. 100'i 109 '4 100', 100-% March 113'; 113^ May iirv. 115 May 115S July 117', 117 117'u July 117*g OATS Dec. fif> 1 .'• fiO-H March "(i -\ 7m, 70S, Mav KO\ m 1 , (19 1 , .lul'v K-I ii<l' •• fi-l i •• . H Y K Dec. 131 130 'i 130"., 131 March 133' B 13211 132 'j Mnv 132 V, 131'. 131 '2 .Uil'v \2(i 121 125 SOY UK ANS Nov. 200 r-i 20.H' 200 200 >; ,1 a n. 213', 212 1 j J \\\ 1 1 213%, March 217 2irv' 8 2iri '•• 2irv' 8 21 til* 195'1 1!W 200 2001/1 198 183 'i 1091', 109»1 113% 115 117 U 69 s , 70i, 69" 1 64',. 131'j 131 ••», 131 '•, 131-1, 133', 126'-.207", 208 212'1 212', 215V 215', MRS. MAUDE J. DYSON Mrs. Maude J. Dyson, 82 Manilla, widow of the late Clinton Dyson, died at 5:45 p.m. Monday in St. Anthony Hospital where she had been a patient since March (Times llernld News Srnlrc) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs John Wcstrom, Dos Moines, a son, Sept. 17 in Des Moines. Grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wcs­ trom, Lake View, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pcllclsel, Sac City. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow Oats $1.82 1.05 j _. .60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP> — The butcher hog market was as much as 25 cents a hundredweight higher again Tuesday but still without boosting the top level of prices. The advance was on weights under 240 lbs, further narrowing the price range on all weights and grades. About 500 head of 200-220 lb No. 1 and 2 mixed 1-2 grades sold at $14.25, the top. Mixed choice and prime and mixed high choice and prime i slaughter steers weighing 1.0251,250 lbs brought $28.25-29.25 with prices steady to 25 cents lower. The Richland Busy BeeV 4-H Club met September 12 at the Farmers Co-op Club Building in Ralston. Fourteen members, one leader and five guests were present. Lola Kidney gave a demonstration on "How to Tie the Ties on Your 4-H Uniform," and Beverly Patrick on "How to Make a Pillow Top." A round table discussion was held on Khrushchev's visit to the U.S. Lola Kidney led the discussion, with Gwen Nolin, Pam Kernen and Beverly Patrick U.S., Russian Scientists in a Get-to-Get her SAN FRANCISCO (AP> — The Soviet Union's and the United States' top atomic scientists got togteher here and said they would like to cooperate in developing peaceful uses of atomic energy. The nuclear experts are the Soviet's V. S. Yemclyanov and Dr. Edward Teller, father of the H- bomb and associated director of the University of California's Radiation Laboratory. "We are both doing the same kind of work. If we had closer contacts we would all go further," Yemelyanov said Monday. He was shown through the Stanford Research Institute, which originally was on Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushccv's itinerary, but was crowded off his schedule. Yemelyanov was shown a new duplicating machine that will copy printed materials at speeds as high as 2 million characters a minute. He and Teller met Sunday night, along with other top scientists from both nations. Americans present included Dr. J. C. Geiger, former San Francisco health director, who described the meeting as "a jolly affair. "Most of the Russians spoke beautiful English, they drank a little California wine and the talk was, in turn, serious and amiable," he reported. Dr. A. Y. Markov, described as Khrushchev's personal physician, proposed a joint Soviet-American 18. Funeral arrangements, ore in charge of the Huebner Funeral Home at Manilla. Sputnik Signal Opens U.S. Business Exposition FRANK STOKES (Times llcrnld News Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Frank Stokes, 65, of Lake City, will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Huffman Memorial Chapel, Lake City. The Rev. John Lewis, pastor of the Presbyterian Church, will officiate. Burial, with military rites in charge of the Lake City VFW Post, will be in the Lancsboro Cemetery. Mr. Stokes, a retired farmer, died Monday at the Veterans Hospital in Des Moines after a long illness. Surviving are his wife and one son, Harold Stokes, Lake City; one grandchild: one sister, Mrs. Eldon Howe, Lancsboro; and two brothers, William Stokes, Cumberland, Wis., and Harry Stokes, Lancsboro. helping with the main topics. Oth , , crs joined in. Janice Johnston led | medical program to help under- CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA> — Hogs 8,500; steady to 25 higher; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 190-230 lb butchers 13.7514 the club in recreation. The election of officers was held. They are as follows: President, Rosemary Allen; vice president, Beverly Patrick: secretary - treasurer, Diane Miller: reporter, Judy Danner; and historian, Gwen Nolin. The next meeting will be held October 10 at the Farmers Co-op Club Building. Lunch was served by hostesses, Linda Jones and Pam Kernen. Girl Scout Troop Hikes, Has Cookout Starting at the Carl J. Hess home after school, members of Girl Scout Troop 67 hiked to Swan Lake State 10. little below 13.85 weighing p al .fc f or a CO ok-out and meeting 200 lbs and heavier; numerous Monday evening, sales 200-250 lbs 14.00; Is and 2s j j 0 Ann Novy was elected presi- and mixed 1-2 200-220 lbs 14.00- dent of the troop: Betty Kennebeck, 14.25, around 500 head at 14.25; v j Ce president; Linda Schroeder, mixed 2-3 and 3s 240-280 lbs 13.75- secretary; and Nancy Garbier, in 14.00; a few 2s 240-250 lbs 14.10- charge of flag services. 14.15; few lots 2-3 and 3s 280-300 Hiking with the girls were Mrs lbs 13.00 - 13.75; mixed grade 1-3 privileged nations. He said such a proposal had been made to the U.S. Statj Department "and we're still waiting for an answer." 180,- 195 lbs 13.50 - 14.00; mixed grade 1-3 330-400 lb sows 11.5012.50; several lots mixed 1-3 275330 lbs 12.50-13.00; mixed grade 2-3 400-550 lbs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 6,000; calves 200. steers steady to 25 lower; a short load of prime 1,200 lb steers 29.50; a few loads of high choice and prime 1,025 - 1,250 lbs 29 00 - 29.25; few loads mixed choice and prime 1,150 lbs up 28.25-28.75; a few loads choice under 1,150 lbs 28.1528.25 but bulk choice steers all weights 27.00 - 28.00; a load of prime 1,600 lbs included at 28.00; borderline good and low choice 26.75; good grades 25.50-26.50: a lew standard 23.50-25.00; several loads and lots high choice and prime 950-1,050 lb heifers 27.2528.00; most good to high choice 24.25-27.00; utility and standard 19.00-23.50; utility and commercial cows 16.00-19.00; canners and cutters 14.00 - 17.50; utility and commercial bulls 21.50-23.50; veal- ers 34.00 down; a load of choice 800 lb feeding steers 29.00; a load of good and choice mostly good Ray Wilkens, troop leader: Mrs. Leo Kennebeck, assistant leader; Mrs. Cyril Schulte, Mrs. Roger Oelcrich and Mrs. Orville Truitt, mothers of troop members; Mary Garbier and Sherry Bierl, members of an older Girl Scout troop. Helping to build fires were Mrs. Joe Novy and Mrs. Elmer Schroeder. Transportation to the Hess home and back from the park was furnished by Mrs. John Heider, Mrs. Leonard Bromert, and Mrs. Melvin Leiting. Treats, in addition to the cookout supper, were furnished by Phyllis Bromert. 3rd Year on Frontier For 3 Iowa Famiies DES MOINES (AP) - Three Iowa families are beginning their third year in the newly developed southern frontier of the Philippine archipelago as a part of the International Cooperation Administration's economic and technical assistance program. Home for the eight lowans, including three children of preschool age, is the village of Mu- suan, on the vast Mindanao plateau. Musuan also is the site of the fast-growing Mindanao Agricultural College. The lowans are James E. Wall, Teen Slaying 'Mistake 1 Says New York Youth NEW YORK (AP)-One juvenile accused of fatally shooting another in a street gang fr.acas on the front steps of a high school said today ho had become excited and "it was all a mistake." Edward Peres, 16, made the statement to newsmen after being photographed and fingerprinted at police headquarters in the death of John Guzman. 16. "I had the gun in my pocket and something went wrong with it because when 1 pulled it out it went off," said Peres. "It was all a mistake, I never wanted to shoot anyone." Peres said he was sorry that young Guzman had died. Peres is one of seven youths charged with homicide in the shooting Monday on the steps of Morris High School in the Bronx. Police said Guzman apparently was attacked because he had gone into another gang's terri tory to date a girl. Gusman and two companions retreated on the steps. Guzman, felled by a single bullet, died two hours later. But first he whispered to police: "A blue raincoat —a blue raincoat." The police, in rounding up the seven alleged members of the attacking group, said Peres wore a blue raincoat. WASHINGTON (AP)-A signal borrowed from the Soviet Union's Sputnik III satellite officially opened a 24-mjllion-dollar business equipment exposition today. The signal was intercepted by the Defense Department's newly established satellite tracking network and converted into energy that turned on a switch lighting a large lamp at the National Guard Armory here. Roy W. Johnson, director of the department's Advanced Research Projects Agency, introduced a new display device, called spa- score, developed by the Naval Research Laboratory. The device displays visually the actual path of any satellite or group of satellites during any selected time period in the past, or predicts their orbits in the future. Johnson said signals from passing space vehicles are transmit­ ted from receiving stations to the surveillance center of Dahlgren, Va. There they are fed into a high­ speed digital computer for the determination of orbits. Johnson told I he guests it is well to remember that a hostile space vehicle may appear in orbit over Washington every hour at but 100 miles altitude. Crouse Cartage Co. UNCOVER PAST WINNECONNE, Wis. (AP) _ Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Uiley discovered they are building tfieir new home on the site of an Indian village of 100 to 150 years ago. The Rileys found some bones and a skull after a bulldozer excavated foi the basement. An archaelogist confirmed the site was once an Indian village. No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! ALLIED VAN LINES. UN spurg eon's tvittten, time... KIDDIES COATS A complete selection of warm and serviceable snow suits and winter jackets for winter-active children Class Studies U. S. Constitution In observance of Constitut i o n Week, seventh and eighth grade pupils of St. Joseph School have studied intensively the United States Constitution during the past weeks. Each member of the seventh and eighth grade classes has momor- TO CONFERENCE Four educators from Carroll will attend a district conference of officers of County Education Associations in Atlantic at 3 p.m. Wednesday. The four going from Carroll are B. G. Halverson, county superintendent of schools; J. H. McElhinney, executive board member of the Southwest District of the Iowa State Education Association; Roger Hansen, vice president of the Carroll County Edu cation Association; and Don Scov- grade 570 lb stockers 28.75; a load [ el. chairman of the legislative of good 900 lb feeding steers 25.50. committee. A meeting of the Car- Sheep 2,000; spring slaughter j roll County Education Council is lambs slow to 50 higher, bulk I to be held in the elementary good to choice 80 - 100 lb spring school building, Coon Rapids, at lambs 20.50-22.00; two loads 1 7-30 p.m. Tuesday. Sept. 29. FREE WRIST WATCH (At par Premium Sheet) ISCO With Liquid Poultry & Hog Wormer WORM YOUR PIGS FAST ACTING - SAFE - SURE RESULTS Use In Water or Feed Lidderdale Coop. Elevator LIDDERDALE, IOWA 32, farm mechanics specialist who j j Z ed the preamble of the Const is a graduate of Iowa State Uni- 1 tution, studied and prepared to ex- versity; Donald G. Green, 34,j P i a j n various articles, particularly Guernsey, a specialist in animal j those pertaining to the duties of husbandry and a graduate of Iowa , growing American boys and girls Ames, Dr. John B. McClelland, i as voters of tomorrow. Ames, who is on leave from a pro- 1 Reports have been given on the fessorship at Iowa State; and their, lives of great men who helped to families. The facilities of the college, additions to which are being made by American people through the ICA, are being put to maximum make this Constitution a reality. CHANGE IN COMMAND FT. HUACHUCA, Ariz. <AP> An Arizona National Guardsman use in turning out increasing num- 1 was planning to be married the bers of skilled young people. From | day after active duty training end- a beginning enrollment of 570 in j ed at Ft. Huachua. "How does it 1953, the school's student popula tion has increased to more than 1,700 students. The Iowa team will complete its work next summer. feel to be on the brink of marriage?" an officer asked. S4C James Westover of Yuma replied, "It's merely a matter of changing commanding officers." Nylon Pram suit with bonnet ... two zipper front with pile fabric lining . . . detachable hands and feet. 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