Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 23, 1959 · Page 12
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
Page 12
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Fill In Your Grocery List ' 4?* -,-v* With Timet Herald, Carroll, la. <% M Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1959 | £} TAKING BRKATHER . . . from thr nrdunus task of setting up a dining tent is Miss Alice J. Anderson, Hes Moines, head waitress of the Cloud Room restaurant at Pes Moines airport. The tent was erected near the Rob Clnrsl farm home to accommodate the 70 to 80 guesls the Garst family entertained at a noon luncheon on Wednesday. (Staff Photo) COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Breda Auto Company, Breda, Ford; John M. Willey, Glidden, Chevrolet; Henry J. Dion, Carroll, Chevrolet; Gerald L. Schulte. Breda, Ford: and Bertha L. Graves, Glidden, Ford. Deaths, Funerals oAi«v|?aoouci JOHN N. RE1TER Funeral services for John N. Roi ter, 47, Carroll, were held at 10: .to a m. Tuesday at the llulfman Funeral Home in Carroll The Hc\. Ivan C. Bys, pastor of the First Methodist Church, conducted the services. Mrs. Kenneth K Hollcy was organist. She accompanied Mrs. Clyde Campbell, soloist, who sanK "The Lord's Prayer." Burial was in the family lot in the Carroll City Cemetery. Pallbearers were Gerald Darling. Karl D. Holley. Art B. Rogers. William C. Arts, Henry Pullcn and Lyle K. Heislcrkamp. Mr. Bciter was a member of a well-known pioneer family in Carroll He died of a heart attack at his home here early Sunday, hav­ ing been in ill health for the past year. Survivors include one sister, Mrs. Joe i Helen J Allison, Ulin; an aunt, Mrs. Frank Bciter Sr., Carroll; and cousins Mrs. Vincent Collison, Arcadia, Nick Bciter, Carroll, and Mrs. M. H. Fitzgerald, Janesville, Wis. Relatives attending the services were Mr. and Mrs. Allison and , daughter Betty, OJin; Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, "\v. and Mrs. Nick Beiler, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Collison, Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Belter and Frank Buchhcit. I Many triciKb also, attended. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Frank S. Chain, Dcdham Mary Ruth Pauli. Coon Rapids Karen Kayo Sturm, Manning Howard M. Klahn, Carroll Paul H. Schmitz, Carroll Mrs. John H. Junge, Manning Klmer B. Davenport, Glidden Dismissals— Mrs. William R. Crouse, Jeffer- 1 son J Mrs. H. Rand Petersen and I baby, Harlan I Mrs. John H. Olberding, Car- 1 roll \ Ole A. Hansen, Audubon Mrs. Mary A. Starmen. Carroll Winifred G. Newell, Audubon Mrs. Paul J. Meyers, Carroll James Gerard Smith, Carroll Klmer B. Davenport, Glidden Births- Mr. and Mrs. Gary C. Eddy, Wall Lake, a son. Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred R. Kennebeck. Wall Lake, a son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis L. Snyder, Carroll, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis E. Laursen, Sac City, a son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Matthew J. Neppel. Carroll, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Gehling. Carroll, twin son and daughter, Wednesday. BIERL SUPPLY STORE West of Green Bay Lbr. For Carefree, Glamorous Floors and Walls at Lowest Prices Armstrong Lirioleum ft, 98c Armstrong Vinyl Accolon ^$1.59 FORMICA Lovely Formica for Sink Tops, Cabinet Tops, Dressing Tables 75C sq.Vt. Armstrong Execelon Floor Tile 14c 9x9 inch Tile Only New Lovely Italiano Marble Like, Plastic Wall Tile Sq. Ft. 49c Plastic Wall Tile in Stock 16 Beautiful Colors 29c-39c sFq .: HANS H. GRIEBEL I'l'mirs Hi mill .Sews denied MANNING — Funeral services will be held at the Ohde Funeral Home, Manning, at 1 p.m. Thursday tor Hans H. Gnebel, Hi), who died Sunday evening at the Carroll Nursing Hume. The Rev. Carl Sinning ot the Manning Presbyterian C h u r c h will uttieiate. Hay Pratt will be the soloist and Mrs. H. \V. Hagedorn the accompanist. Burial will be in the Manning Cemetery. Mr. Gnebel was born in Germany January Hi, 1870. His parents were the late Hans and Katrina Ralphs Gnebel. He came to tne Lulled Slates at the age ot !), living in Hock Island, III., until the lamny moved to Audubon where he was married to Ida Grohlke in li'!:i,>. In Hi '.iti, he came to Manning. 1 lorn until HMD, he lt\ed in South Dakota, except lor a lew years in .Manning, returning lo Manning permanently in llM'.i. The last three months he was a patient in the Carroll Nursing Home. Mrs. Gnebel died on April 25, 11147. lie is survived by lour children, John 11. of Sioux Falls, S. D , William It. ol Nerstrand. Minn . N. G. of Bennett, and Mrs. Ida K. Christiansen of Oregon City, Ore . six grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. John S. Reinhart, Minneapolis, formerly of Carroll, a son Sunday, Sept. 20. The baby has three brothers. Mrs. Reinhart is the former Kathleen Hartzell. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Hartzell and Mrs. Lillian Reinhart of Carroll. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Dismissal— John Steinhauer. Manning Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No 2 $1 82 Corn, No. 2 yellow 1.05 Oats. 60 Chicago Grain CLASS PICKS NAME The Civics Club oi SS Peter and Paul School at a meeting Tuesday those the name "Fifty-One Crusaders Club" for the class of '.!)5i). Officers of the club, chosen by members of the class, are David Schroeder, president; Mary Walz, vice president; Susan Hugeback, secretary; and Vernon Weber, treasurer. The motto for this year is "Be a good citizen — serve your school", These .Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Hlch Low Close Close \V UK AT Der. 195\ KMU 195', 194 ', 195% 194 % Mai'i-h 198' 2 199 S 198'.. 199 '•• 198% May 198 106 \ 197 7 , 197 198 .lulv 1S.V„ 1SH 183 S 183 ', coiix Pec. 110' 4 109-% 110> 4 109', 109% March 114', 11. 114', 113% 1 May llfi'H 11«'H 115' • ] 115S i July 117-, 117 \ 117% 117' • 117% 117% W.\ 1 > Der. 70 R9-\ 70 «n% 1 March 71 70S 70"« 7o-i» MHV fin--', «9' 4 K9% fi9 ', .lulv 15-1'', (M-, K4% K -l ' | ItVK Dec. KU 132% 130% 131 March i;«', 132 S 134 '« 132'' Mav 132 132 7 v 131 .lulv lai 1 , 125 U 128 's 125 SOY HKANS Nov. 211 209 S 210% 2< 19 210% 209 1 „ Jan. 215 'i 213',- 215 213', 213% March 218% 216 -v, 218% 21fi' •• 218% 21fi% I.AIll) Nov. s in 8.00 8.05 7.95 Dec. s.r>2 8.47 8.52 8.45 Jan. S.nO 8.42 8.50 8.40 frtrffl monoGRnm \**^ OIL HEATERS Carroll Creamery Company Priced from *86 50 EASY TERMS fURNACI'TYPI CIRCULATION Of AIR WITH. OUT DUCTSI 3-WAY CIRCULATION gives you TOTAL AREA COMFORT 1. Warm air circulates from the top 2. Powerful Blower* spreads heat on floors Ufeuwopuona/ 3 ' Circomatic Fan constantly blends and equipment circulates air through the house PLUS.. ."MAGIC-MIXER" BURNER Exclusive Mngic Mixor Burner actually tunw ordinary fuel oil into gas. . . without soot. .. without smoke ... without smelly odors! You get safe operation too., . with the new Monogram Safety Limit VaJvel See Monogram heaters today! MATT HARDWARE CO. CARROLL, IOWA Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (API — In the first setback of the week, butcher hog prices were as much as 35 cents s hundredweight lower in spots Wednesday with most of the decline on offerings over 240 lbs. The top price held at $14.25, however, for the fourth consecutive day. It was paid for a relatively few sorted mixed No. 1 and 2 grades scaling 210-215 lbs. A few loads of 1,225-1,300 lb strictly p r i m e grade slaughter steers brought $29.00-30.00 although the market was steady to .it) cents lower, CHICAGO 'AP» - il'SDA> Hogs 9,000; butchers weak lo 25 lower, instances 35 lower; mixed made 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 200-235 lb butchers 13.60-13.85; early sales these up lo 14.00; Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-220 lbs 13,75 - 14.00; little below 13.85; a low lots early 14.00-14.15; 150 head mixed 1-2 sorted 210-215 lbs 14.25; mixed 2-3 and 3s 240-280 lbs 13.(55-14.00; few lots mixed 2-3 and 3s 280-330 lbs 13.00-13.75; a deck lis 350 lbs 12.25; mixed grade 1-3 181) - 195 lbs 13.25 - 13.85; mixed grades 1-3 330-425 lb sows 11.2512.50; few lots 275-330 lbs 12.5013 00; mixed grade 2-3 425-550 lbs 10.25-11.25. Cattle 16,000; calves 100; slaughter steers steady to 50 lower, general trade fully 25 lower; 4 loads prime 1,225-1.300 lb steers 29.0030 00; a few loads of high choice and prime 1,125-1,300 lbs 29.0029.25; most choice and mixed choice and prime 26.75-28.75; good to low choice 25.25-26.50; standard to low good 23.00-25.00; a half a dozen or so loads mixed choice and prime heifers 27.25-27,50; most good lo choice 24.0027.00; utility and standard 19.0023.50; utility and commercial cows 16.00-18.50; a few standard cows 19.00-20.00; canners and cutters 13.50-17.25; utility and commercial bulls 21 00-23 00; vealers H.00 down; culls as low as 16.00, STATE DAR OFFICERS HERE ... In charge of business meetings of central district of the Daughters of the American Revolution who met Tuesday at the Burke Motor Inn were these state officers, pictured first row, I. lo r., Mrs. Owens of Mnrshalllown, past stale regent; Mrs. Sam Clay of Des Moines, past state regent; Mrs. Alfred C. Zweck of Sioux City, regent; Mrs. Sherman B. Watson of Cedar Rnplds, vice regent; Mrs. August Young of Council Bluffs, registrar; Mrs. F. P. Ralston of Knoxville, historian. In the hack row, I. to r., are Mrs. J. C. demons of New Providence, organizing secretary; Mrs. Ilatlley CI. Shafer of Lake Park, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Harry A. Warner of Davenport, recording secretary; Mrs. E. L. McMichael of Shenandoah, chaplain; Mrs. William E. Burd of Cedar Rapids, treasurer; Mrs. Andrew II. Barnes of Oskaloosa, librarian, and Mrs. Gaylord Stewart of Marshalltown, district director, who presided at the meeting. The day-long session included coffee at !) o'clock and luncheon at 12:30, with business meetings at 10 a.m. and 1:30 p.m. (STORY: P;ii;e I.) (Staff Photo) D.A.R.- i (Continued from Pace 4) I subject of essays submitted for the annual contest among grade and junior school children will be "Historic Trailways." Commemorating national President Herbert Hoover, the Daughters are sponsoring a special project for junior American citizens: to dress dolls in costumes authentic to the time of President Hoover's wife, Lou Hoover. Special projects of two of the committees arc rebinding books, and the approved schools commitlee is sponsoring a scholarship fund for their school at Tammassec. to honor Mrs. Zweck. Last year's project was a tractor for the other DAR. school, Kate Duncan, and report was made of its use. * * * Luncheon was served at 12:30. followed by an afternoon session at 1 30 Mrs Glenn Weeks led for the Americans' Creed A musical interlude included Mrs. Clyde Campbell, who suits, "House on the a load of good 525 lb stock steers 30.00; several loads good to mostly choice 850-975 lb feeding steers 26.25-26.75. Sheep 2,500; few early sales spring lambs weak to 50 lower, but bulk of supply unsold; slaughter ewes steady; few sales good to choice 80-100 lb spring slaughter lambs 19.50-21.00; cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.005 50. MAJOR SURGERY Michael Gray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray of Des Moines, formerly of Carroll, underwent major surgery Tuesday morning at Iowa Lutheran Hospital in Des Moines It is reported that he is getting along line, but will be hospitalized for several days. Brazil is a major source of industrial diamonds Hill" and "Who Will Buy My Lavender." Mrs Camp ,,,, H and her accompanist, Mrs. Ronald Ream, were guests of the Daughters tor the luncheon. A brief workshop was conducted by the various state officers, after which Mrs. Zweck addressed the group. Regents of the chapters in the district responded to roll call, or sent representatives. An invitation for the I960 central district meeting was extended by Marshalltown chapter, and accepted. * * * All 12 members ol the board were overnight guests in Carroll, and attended dinner Monday eve ning at the Burke. Mrs. Zweck was hostess to the members of her board, as well as Mrs Stewart. Mrs Sorensnn and Mrs. Robert A. Wright, past state officer, personal friend of Mrs Zweck and chairman of arrangements for the meeting. Fall colors predominated in the flower and candle arrangements. -£BCU?r PIANO LOVERS! o§ ley's PIANO HOUSE 1 Block West & 6 Blocks North of Post Office 1127 N. Carroll St. DIAL 2560 Energy tip from Iowa's Haw keyes... WKwm MM Will Iowa's Hawkeyes retain their ranking as America's best college football team this fall? Even the experts don't know yet, but nutrition experts agree that milk belongs on the Hawkeye training table — 456 glasses of it daily, or 8 glasses per player! How about your training table? Take a tip from famous coaches, trainers, and athletes • . . drink at least 3 glasses of milk daily for energy that lasts. Relax, refresh, recharge with milk. Don't run out! Get more milk for the weekend! Wouldn't a glass of milk taste good right now? Again this fall, Iowa's dairy farmers are cooperating in bringing you exclusive Iowa Hawkeye football game films on TV Sundays from 4 to 5 p. m. with commentary by Coach Forest Evashevski and Sportscaster Al Couppee over this special network: Des Moines (Channel 8); Cedar Rapids (Ch. 2); Ottumwa (Ch. 3); Sioux City (Ch. 9); Davenport (Ch. 6); Mason City (Ch. 3); Ft. Dodge (Ch. 21); Omaha (Ch. 6). Films of all Iowa State Cyclone games are being sponsored by Iowa's dairy farmers on TV Monday nights, 10:35 - 11:05 p. m. on W0I-TV, Ames, with commentary by Coach Clay Stapleton and Sportscaster Dale Williams. i ^ AMERICAN DAIRY ASSOCIATION OF IOWA Iowa Dairy Industry Committion Cooperating dii liuvrancp Exchange fildj. — Dei Moint*

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