Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 28, 1959 · Page 8
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, September 28, 1959
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Daily Record 8 Ttm«t Herald. Carroll, fa. Monday, Sept. 28, 1959 COURTHOUSE N6w Vehicles Registered— Leo L. Hannasch, Carroll, Dodge Express; and Earl F. Kennebeck, Carroll, Chevrolet. JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fines- Erich Seifert, Bouton, $10 and costs, stop sign violation; and Rose M. O'Tool, Sac City, $10 and costs, no driver's license. MAYOR'S COURT Traffic Fines- Gerald A. Vorsten, Carroll, $15 and costs, failure to have car under control; and Arden V. Hinncrs, Carroll. $10 and costs, stop sign violation. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- James A. Heim. Auburn LaVerne H. Gerdes. Lytton Kathleen M. Fellmeier, Dedhani Mrs. Charles L. Richardson, Lake City Louise M. Florencourt, Carroll Norbert A. Janning, Carroll Dismissals- Mary Margaret Ryan, Carroll Mrs. Earl L. Wright, Coon Rapids Conrad Schaefer, Breda Richard L. Gettler. Coon Rapids Mrs. Joseph J. McDonald, Manilla Ronald Dean Burdinc, Glidden Mrs. Francis E. Laurscn, Sac City Fred John Deist. Gray Mrs. Matthew J. Neppcl and baby. Carroll Mrs. Raymond A. Pille and baby, Maple River Mrs. Dennis L. Snyder and baby, Carroll Joseph C. Wcssling, Carroll Thomas A. Johnson, Westside Thomas Hall, Glidden Kathleen M. Feilmeier. Dedham Paul L. Fasbonder, Carroll Mrs. Frank J. Gehling and twin babies, Carroll Mrs. Kenneth Graves and baby, Manning Mrs. Joseph J. Martin and baby, Carroll Mrs. George Morgan and baby, Carroll Mrs. Otto J. Hartl, Gray Leander W. Bolton, Scranton Michael and Maria Carlson (twins), Carroll Mrs. Joseph H. Tigges, Coon Rapids Births- Mr. and Mrs. Anthony M. Bruening, Maple River, a son, Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James L. Grettenberg. Coon Rapids, a daughter, Sunday Sgt. and Mrs. James J. Wilkens, San Diego, Calif., a daughter, Saturday, September 26. The baby has an older sister, Lauretta Jean. Her paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wilkens of Carroll. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 1 ... $1.85 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.05 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .88 Oats .60 Chicago Grain Thrse Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Low Close Close High WHEAT Dec. 195 194 !i 199 *i 198 *i 197»i lfl7»4 183 182\ 110 114 109 ^3 313H 118 117 H March May July COkN Dec. March May July OATS Dec. March May July S YB ec. March Mny July 126 U SOY BKANS Nov. antt aio 194 *; t99<; 199 h 197'« 183 19-1' a 191 « 4 199 197' 4 182 109 »i 109*4 109 T» 109' 114 113'* 113",, 115 \ ll.V« 117", 117 •?« 118 116 71 71 4 70 64:, 70»» 71 71'i K9<* 84 % 132'.i 131% 134 13314 132'4 13114 125>s 71 \i 70 64 H 132 \ 132'i 133 ? 4 132'i 126U 70>i 70«-i 71', «9»< 64 »» 131% 131 "t 133 133 >-i 131 125'.a Jan. March LAUD Nov. Dec, Jan. 215 *t 314 >4 215' 215 »j 219 hi. 217 Ti 211'J 209 211 *i 209 H GOVERNOR SPEAKS . . . Gov. Hcrsclicl C. Loveless, honorary marshal 0! the bund festival parade, spoke to festival visitors from a stand on downtown Main Street Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Loveless rode with hint in the pnradc. (Photo by G. E. Robb) high choice to mostly prime 1,1731,375 lb fed steers 28.75-29.00; bulk choice and mixed choice and prime steers 26.25-28.50; good to low choice 24.50-26.00; utility and standard 21.50-24.00; several loads mixed choice and prime heifers 26.75-27.00: good to high choice heifers 23.50-26.50: utility and standard 18.00-23.00: utility and Teachers(Continued from Page 1) 7.95 S.42 8.40 7.85 8.40 8.40 218 7» 219 7.85 8.40 8.40 213 U 213S 21(?»i 216;, 7.95 8.45 8.40 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP» — Hog prices dipped as much as 25 cents a hundredweight on the Chicago market Monday and sows declined as much. The market was fairly active on a supply of 9,500 head and shipping demand was good. Eighty- five head of closely sorted 210215 pound butchers brought the day's top price of $14. In the cattle market some 23,000 head were on hand with slaughter steers selling mostly 25 to 50 tents lower than last Wednesday's, general market. ' A dozen loads of high choice toj mostly prime 1.175-1.375 pound 1 feed steers sold from $28.75 to $29, the top. CHICAGO (AP) — <USDA> Hogs 9,500; mostly 25 lower on commercial cows 14.50-18.00; canners and cutters 12.50-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 19.00; 25 to 50 22.00; standard and good veulers 26.00-33.00; cull and utility 15.0025.00; two loads good and choice 735 lb stock steers 28.00; load good and cholco 500 lb stock heifers 28.00. Cattle 23 .000; Calves 200; slaughter steers mostly 25 to 50 lowen aroujMl a dozen loads dents, he declared, should be based on a realization that all behavior is caused and that to treat it correctly one must know the cause. "Anyone can treat behavior", he said, "but it takes a real teacher to treat the cause". Following Dr. Bryan's address and introduction of members of the institute staff by County Supt. B.G. Halvcrson. a short recess was called and coffee was served in the school cafeteria. Teachers then assembled for group meetings according to grades or teaching areas. Dr. Louise Beltramo of the State Lniversity of Iowa. Iowa City, led a group of kindergarten and first grade teachers-. Mrs. Naomi Shook of the State University of Iowa, second and third grade teachers: R. Rex Mathes, principal of Clover Hills School, West Des Moines fourth, fifth and sixth grade teach ers: Sam Mast of Manning, mathematics teachers: Don Scovel of Carroll, social studies; Mrs. G. E. Robb of Glidden - Ralston School, English and speech; Phyllis Young, Carroll, commercial subjects; Froman Gruber, Carroll, science; Christine Sanders, Manning, homemaking: Joe Weed, Glidden - Ralston, industrial arts and agriculture; Karl Rogosch, Carroll, music; and Bill Evans, Carroll, physical education. A lunch hour at noon was followed by more discussion groups at 1:15 p.m.. a recess at 2:45 and the concluding address of the day by Dr. Bryan and 3 p.m. Dr. Bryan's closing subject was "Don't Push Please". Theme of the 1959 instiute was "The Master Teacher and Classroom Techniques". It was held tinder auspices of County Supt. Halverson and Paul E. Wallace, director of supervision of the State Deapartment of Public Instruction. All public schools in Carr 0 11 County, all parochial schools in the city of Carroll, and most parochial schools throughout the county were closed for the day while faculty members attended the institute. Traffic(Continued from Page I > and Norman Ashlock, 18, of Cen ter point. Both were riding in a car which crashed into the back ol u tow truck, bounced across the highway and hit another car and (lien was thrown against a third vehicle. The mishap occurred on Highway 150 south of Center Point Saturday night. Oliphant died in the crash. Ashlock died in an Iowa City hospital Sunday. Three other persons were injured in the accident. Other weekend victims were Donna Page, 15, of Dodge Center, Minn., who was killed Saturday when the car in which she was a passenger went out of control on Highway tso. two miles west of Stanhope. ui\d Mrs. Noble Smith, 32, of Shatter. Calif., who died Saturday night when the car in which she was riding crashed on Highway 2U two miles west of Farley. Killed in a two-car crash near Warrensburg, Mo., wore Mrs. Florence Mae Maisel, about 45, of Iowa Falls, and Mrs. Frank Koehler, 82, of Webster City. |, SAFE WAY'S BIG 1959 FINAL BIG WEEK! A complete new list of "Smashing Values!" Plan your needs now for many weeks to come. The more you buy the more you'll save. Buy!... Buy!... arid Save! THIS STORE-WIDE SAII OFFERS HARD-TO-RESIST VALUES IN EVERY DEPARTMENT OF YOUR SAFEWAY Apple Sauce Tomato Juice 4 TownHouse: Town House; choice ^ No. 303 slightly sweetened . ... O Cans 46-oz. Cans 89c; Libbeys *1.00 2 46-oz. C Cleans *J nJ W Skylark Bread 20-oz. Buttermilk/fresh, tender. .Loaf 1 Dlnm r^rM-llll"C Dee P ^ brand ' H & ht and Package 1 Q r r^lVjII I LsUI 1U I O tender; a tasty after-school snack, .of 12 I 7W Cinnamon Rolls ffiri, ?3 £l9c HEINZ Ketchup Buy several bottles at this "feature value" 14-OZ. Bottle Hormel kunch Meat for school sandwiches or frying 12-OZ. Call STRAINED oney Empress — pure, U.S. No. 1, 24-oi. Jar 39c 12-OZ. Jdf PILLSBURY or BALLARD iscuits (Mrs. Wright's Biscuits.... .2, 8-02. Pkgs. 15c) Take Advantage of this Feature Value ... Boneless STEWING BEEF U.S.D.A. Choice Grade Beef Stock Up for the Fall Months and Save! ... Utility Quality RED POTATOES Don't miss this "Smashing Value"! Cudahy Puritan — thick-sliced Bacon 50-lb. Bag »II»IMI> SAFEWAY GIVES GIFT HOUSE STAMPS SAFEWAY WQ8T BWBSTXD TO LIUTT QOAOTITTZi Prices effective thru Saturday, October 3, in Carroll, Iowa U.S.D.A. Qrade-A Eggs MEDIUM SIZE Doz. 33c

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