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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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THE WHOLE TOOTH . . . Smil- lng through the gaps, nine-year- old Virginia Griesedieek of St. LouiSi Mo., is pround to have given some of her hahy teeth to science. Baby teeth are being collected in a survey to determine the amount of stronlium-90 absorbed by children in the city. Dr. and Mrs. A. F. Witte have returned from Sioux Narrows. Ontario, Canada, and are staying at the Witte Apartments, 814 N. Main Street. Their son. Dr. Richard Witte. is practicing at Grand Junction. Colo. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered-Arthur H. Otto, Jr. Carroll, Chevrolet; and Breda Auto Co., Breda, Ford. Real Estate Transfers- Eugene H. and Evelyn Stueve to Sylvester J. and Katherine F. Thelen, Lots 3. 4, 5 and 6, Block 2, Summit Addition to Templeton. Harry C. Reinholdt to Robert R. Dappen and Walter D. Felker. part of Lot 3, Block 3, Garner's Addition to Manning. Tlm<»* Herald, Carroll, !a. Tuesday, Sept 29, 1959 Chicago Grain Tlicne Mnrkntn Are Furnished The Humphrey Grain Compnny' Prev Low Call Us for Prompt Service! JOS. P. FRANK & SON PLUMBING & HEATING Dial 3392 SONNERS and CONVERSION UNITS Materials and Workmanship Guaranteed ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mildred M. Tigges. Carroll Achille B. (Art) Grenier, Denison Archie R. Jones. Carroll Claus Strosahl. Manning Mrs. Effie Knight, Coon Rapids Dennis G. Flack, Coon Rapids Dismissals— Mrs. Raymond Glass and baby, Carroll Mrs. Agnes Davis, Carroll Monica F. Balk, Carroll Mrs. Lester Ricsberg, Carroll Richard and Roger Ricsberg (twins). Carroll Mark Wright. Coon Rapids Mrs. Daniel F. Nemitz, Charter Oak Karol L. Thornburgh, Farnhamville Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan, Corning, a son Sept. 25. The baby has been named Dennis James. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ryan and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bengfort, Carroll. WHEAT Dec. March Mav •lul'v roiiN Dec. March Mav July OATS Dec. March Mav •Tulv RYfe Dec. March High 105 2001» 198' 3 183'i 109% 114 116'i 117 ' t 71 U 71% 701, 64 •« 133 1 2 135 Mav .lul'v SOY Nov. .Ian. Man 13.V, 127', BKAXS 21 IN. 215 h 21i »'i I.AHI) Nov. Dec. Jan. 7 "?7 S 17 S.42 190 H 197182'. 109 'i, 113N. 1 l."v\« 117% 70% 71>. <in-\ 6-1-- 4 132 'i 13-1 132", Ian'. 210', 2M 1 • 217 -B i. / " S .'(2 s .;i5 Close 105', 10 -v% 10<V>., IPS 183' t 109'-. 109%' 113% 115 117% 70f>i 70 <\ 71 '. 71% 69'', 61 'i 133 134% 13I--, 133'., 127', 210% 210'.. 211' 21 1% 2 IS 7.70 S 32 8.3.-1 (Tlmr» Herald »«•» Service) AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schulte. a daughter. Rebecca Jean, Sept. 22, at McCrary-Rost Hospital, Lake City. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Admissions- Gary Roberts. Botna Glen Behrens, Templeton Dale Christensen, Coon Rapids Births- Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson. Wall Lake, twin daughters Sept. 26. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.83 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.83 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .87 Oats .62 Convert to Gas NOW! with Sunny Land by Crane As a Crane Dealer We Can Offer You the Best For Estimate Without Obligation DIAL 2542 Premium materials and ingenious design make this new Gas Conversion Burner exceptional. Burner head and tube are durable cast iron. Flame spreader, support pin and retention ring are corrosion-resistant stainless steel. The die-formed, electrically welded cabinet has a 14-gauge steel base and a 21-gauge duct Dan QUINN Bob Plumbing & Heating Chicago Livestock CHICAGO 'API—Hog prices declined on the Chicago market Tuesday to their lowest point in more than three years. Department of A g r i c u I lure sources said the price dip resulted from ever increasing numbers of hogs arriving at markets throughout the country. Arrivals Tuesday totaled 10,000, compared with 9,500 Monday. Top price for butcher litres Tues day was $13 85. first time since March, ]!).">ti. that hogs have sold under $14. It was paid for around 100 head of closely sorted mixed 1 and 2 grades scaling 210-215 pounds. Prices generally were 15 to 25 cenls lower than Monday on weights under 230 pounds, with most decline on the No. 1 and 2 grades. In the cattle market sales were slow with prices as much as 25 j cents lower. A few loads of mixed j choice and prime steers around 1,200-1,325 pounds sold from $27 75 to $28.25. Top price was $29 for a few head of prime. CHICAGO* (AP>-(USDA>-Hogs ! 10.000; steady to 15 lower on | butchers through mid-session; US 1 no 2 and 3 mixed and mixed grade no 1-2-3 190-230 lb barrows Deaths, Funerals LEONARD BRUGGEMAN Leonard Bruggeman, Arcadia, died following brain surgery at Methodist Hospital, Omaha. Tuesday morning on his 38th birthday. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Homo in Carroll awaiting arrangements. Mr. Bruggeman was involved in an automobile accident August 24. NORA WEDDLE (Time* Herald >'ew» Service) COON RAPIDS — Funeral services for Mrs. Nora Weddle, 81. mother of Verdo Weddle, Coon Rapids, will be at 2 p.m. at the BLUE (JEANS) BLOOD . . . Clad in blue jeans like the typical teen-ager, Prince Juan Carlos, son of the excited pretender to the Spanish throne, enjoys a stroll in Saint Tropez, France. The prince is vacationing aboard his yacht "Saltlllo," berthed in the Riviera harbor. x eral loads good and choice mostly good grades 535-565 stock steers 28 75-29.00: good 700-765 lb stock steers 26.50. Sheep 1,500; spring lambs mostly steady; good and low choice I 80-1.00 lb spring lambs 19.00-20.50; , lew lots choice 21.00: culls and utility 12 00-18 50; with most cull and light weight utility 12.00-16.50; cull to choice shorn slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Club Surprises Sib Livingstons on 30th Anniversary (Times Herald >i>w» Service) MANNING - The D. D. Club surprised Mr. and Mrs. Sib Livingston on their 30th wedding anniversary Monday evening. A covered dish supper was served, followed by pinochle. Theme for the party was "US Mail". Mr. Livingston received a bouttoniere in the form of a mail pouch, and Mrs. Livingston, a 'love letter" floral gift. Discarded stamps were used for tallies. C. W. Kinney held high for men; Mrs. Grover Bartels for ladies. Henry Arp received high bid. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Kinney. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arp, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Hinz. Mr. and Mrs. August Ross, Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bartels. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hershman spent last week with their son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Darcy Lloyd and family at Milford. Minburn Methodist Church, with burial in the Minburn cemetery. Mrs. Weddle died at her home in Minburn Monday morning. She suffered from heart trouble. She was born in Missouri, and had lived in Minburn for 45 years. Other survivors include seven daughters. Mrs. Lola Kimrey, Mrs. Maud Thompson, Mrs. Flora Wolf. Mrs. Nana Royer and Mrs. Vera Royer, all of Minburn, Mrs. Honor Gray of Ames and Mrs. Marie Scott of Dos Moines; another son, State Personnel Director Rex Weddle, Des Moines; 24 grandchildren and 39 great-grandchildren. CHARLIE FAHAN (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY — Funeral services for Charlie Fahan, 53, Yetter, will be Thursday, Oct. 1, at 2 p.m. at the United Presbyterian Church in Yetter, with the Rev. M. H. Kennedy officiating. The body will be taken to the church at 1 p.m. Burial, in charge of Huffman Memorial Chapel, will be in Lake City Cemetery. Mr. Fahan, a farmer, died of a heart attack Monday morning at his home at Yetter. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs j New officers were elected at the ! last regular meeting of Breda i Happy Helpers 4 - H Club. They ! were Linda Grabner, president; and gilts 13.25-13.65; over 200 lbs under 13.40; late and closing sales mostly 13.50 and below; no 1. no 2 and mixed no 1 and 2 200-220 lb early 13.65-13.75; later sales these down to 13.50; 100 head closely sorted mixed Is and 2s, 210-215 lb, 13 85: mixed no 2 and 3 and no. 3 230-270 lb 13 50-13.75; mixed no 1-3 180-195 lb 13.00-13.50; mixed grade no 1-3 275-350 lb sows 11.75-12.75; mixed no 2-3 350-400 lb 11.00-12.00; mixed no 2-3 400550 lb 10.00-11.25; Cattle 4.000; calves 1.100; receipts include around 1,000 feeder steers in addition to 4.000 slaughter cattle for the regular market; receipts of calves much smaller than estimate; slaughter steers 25 lower; few head prime steers sold up to 29 00; few loads mixed choice and prime 1.200-1,325 lb 27.75-28.25; two loads comparable grade 1,331 lb 27 50; load 1,350 lb averages 27.25; choice steers under 1,300 lb 26 00-27.50; few loads higji choice around 1,325 lb weights 27.00-27.25; good steers 24.50-25.75; two load utility 1,025-1,200 lb 21.50; part load mixed choice and prime 1,075 lb] heifers 26.75, good and choice • heifers 23.50-26 00; utility and! standard grades 18.00-23 00; utility and commercial cows 14.25- l 17.50; few high commercial up to 18.00; canners and cutters 11.5015,50; utility and commercial bulls 18.50-21.50; vealers 33.00 down; culls as low as 15.00; sev- Janice Berning. vice president; Jo-j Ann Snyder, secretary; Mariys j Wcrnimont, historian: and Joan j Wernimont. reporter. The meeting was conducted by JoAnn Snyder, retiring vice president. Alter the meeting games were played and lunch was served by the club leaders. Escapee Gives Up After Shots Fired; Partner Gets Away OAKLAND (APi—William How ard, 18, a Nebraska Reformatory I Mrs. Return Home from an Elk Hunting Trip (Times Herald News Service) D E D H A M — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Underberg have returned home after spending five days on a successful elk hunt in Wyoming. Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Walter and Arlene returned home after spending several days visiting Mrs. Rogers' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bonnacker at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. John Balukoff, Gay Lynn and Mrs. Herman Kitt left Wednesday morning for Davis City, Calif. They stopped in Manning for Jim Balukoff who will accompany them to the home of his daughter, Mrs. Jake Jacobs, to spend the winter months. He spent the summer visiting his sons here and his daughters, Mrs. Bob Burns, at Manning, and Mrs. George Neuer- berg, at Carroll. Mrs. Kitt will go to Lancaster, Calif, to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Bennier and infant son. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Newell spent Tuesday at the home of their son, and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Newell at Anita. Members of the Euchre club were entertained at the home of Mrs. John Stangl Tuesday evening. Winner of the high score prize was John Pletchette. Traveling escapee, surrendered to authorities Tuesday, but a companion still was sought. Howard and Richard Lavender. 18. both of who escaped from the reformatory at Lincoln Monday, were observed inside Wags Tavern here early Tuesday. Night Marshal Dewey Goehring said he fired several shots at the pair and Howard surrendered. Lavender fled and authorities said it was believed he took a car reported missing by Norman Kun' selman of Oakland. ! Authorities said the pair stole a I car in Lincoln after their escape land drove to Omaha, where they obtained a different set of license plates. Howard was held in the Pottawattamie County jail at Avoca for Nebraska officials. prize was won by Mrs. William Meshek Sr., and the low, by Mrs. George Willenborg. Lunch was served by the hostess after the games. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Frank lrlbeck. Mrs. Ross Has U-De It-Em Club Dinner for Wetter Family (Times llernld .News Service) LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. Burly Olmstead entertained members of the Wetter family at a potluck dinner at their home Sunday and at open house in the afternoon. This was the first time the Wetter family were, altogether in 30 years. Families attending were Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Kilner, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peterson, Bolivia; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Wetter, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Wetter and two daughters, Mrs. Paul Reed and son, Muscatine; Bert Sherer, Mrs. Luella Everts,' Ralph Riedesel, Glidden; Bob Wetter, Calif.: Allan Wetter and two sons, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Russell Streeter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hutchinson and Mr. and Mrs. Monroe Streeter. Others attending from Lanesboro for the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sherer, Ella Waldron. Mr. and Mrs. S. C. Zim-J beck, Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Wid-! man, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuebler and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, i Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson accompanied W. D. Hosted to Dcs ] Moines Sunday to visit with Mrs. 1 Hested, a surgical patient at the Methodist Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson visited Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Butler and also Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Anderson and family. A basket dinner was held Sunday at noon in Fellowship Hall and a reception for Rev. and Mrs. Lester J. Hancock and family for their reappointment to the Lanesboro community for another year. Several from Lanesboro attended funeral services for M ark Dowling in Lake City Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sherer drove to Hampton Wednesday to take Mr. and Mrs. Charley Watters to their home after a week's visit with relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case. Manning, were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hobbs Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Case have recently returned from a trip to Anchorage, Alaska, where they visited in the home of. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Giley. 2 HURT IN CRASH . . . Two persons were hospitalized here Tuesday morning with injuries suffered when Hie ear shown above went out of control and overturned into the Storm Creek ditch four and one-half miles east on Highway 30. Passengers in Hie ear were Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Marlncovich, Oswego, Ore. Mrs. Marincovlch, 55, suffered a fractured left arm and six rib fractures on the right side. Her condition was described as satisfactory. Mr. Mnrincnvich, 57, suffered bruises and abrasions .ami was retained for observation. His condition is good. Shown in picture is Kenneth Hacked, operator of wrecker from Hanuasch Motor Company, Carroll. He is shown planning to move ear from 20 fool deep ditch about 100 yards from (he highway. Investigating officers at the scene said the eastbound auto went off the south side of Highway 30 and (hen hack across the highway to north side and careened into a field on the Ray Hazclton farm. The auto turned completely over as it rolled into ditch and landed in (he position shown in (he picture. (Staff Photo) Glenn Ahrendsen's Shorthorns Place in Ak-Sar-Ben Show I Purebred shorthorn heifers exhibited by Glenn Ahrendsen of the Manning Win-or-Grin 4 - H Club have received third and fourth place awards in the Ak-Sar - Ben junior livestock show at Omaha. Village Butter Cup Bay, a junior yearling, was rated third in her class and Golden Lady, a summer yearling, fourth. Judging of Purebred shorthorn heifers took place Saturday. Ahrendsen is exhibiting a shorthorn steer Tuesday. Fred Gruhn and Carol Beck of the Manning 4-H club were to be represented by Angus entries Tuesday; Stanley Beck and Dennis Grimm of the Manning Club and Jack Hinners of the Halbur club, by Hereford entries in judging Wednesday. An auction sale concluding the show will take place Friday. Four-H and FFA livestock from 33 Iowa counties, 64 Nebraska counties, and four Minnesota counties arc entered in the show. More than 1.100 fat beef heifers and steers are being shown, not including the purchred_ classes. NOW CUSTOM FITTED GAS HEAT FOR YOUR PRESENT FURNACE Now, you can improve the heating efficiency of your present furnace or boiler . . . enjoy ail the benefits of automatic heating quickly, easily, economically. All you have to do is convert to GAS with this de luxe Bryant Conversion Burner. The Model "94" can be installed in your present system in as little as 3 hours . . . with no expensive alteration of piping or duct work. It's factory assembled . . . requires only the mounting of burner heads and connection of gas line, electrical service and thermostat. Then, with merely a touch of the thermostat dial, you enjoy carefree, comfortable heat all winter long. The "94" features automatic ignition, too! A turn of a valve, a push of a button, and you're "fired up" for the entire winter. EASY PAYMENTS - LOW INTEREST CARROLL GAS CO. West of Farm Bureau Building (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The opening meeting of the U-Delt-Em Club was held at the home of Mrs. Betty Ross Sept. 22. Mrs. E. F. Dau held high at cards; Mrs. C. W. Kinney, second; Mrs. Henry Arp, low. Verna Karstens and Mrs. Elsie Siem were guests outside the club. Mrs. August Ross will be hostess next. Members of the Homemakers Club, with their husbands, enjoyed a "Night Out" at Saunders Cafe Monday evening. Following dinner the group played pinochle, with high to Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stribe; second, Alfred Ahrendsen and Mrs. Dean Heuton; low, Dean Hupp and Mrs. Ahrendsen; traveling, Clifford Tank and Mrs. Carl Senium. Dessert and coffee were served late in the evening. Take the Old... Convert To New! with Gas Conversion Units • Automatic Controls • Quiet Operation • Economical Sold and Serviced by Ray Vanderheiden PLUMBING A HEATING DIAL 3446 1700 N. W. St. BEARSKIN FOR BRITISH BALTIMORE <AP> - The skin of a bear killed near downtown Baltimore may some day be riding atop the head of a sentry at Buckingham Palace. The bear was cornered and killed by Baltimore police last June. Not long afterward there was a bit of fuss in London about the condition of some of the bearskin caps worn by the Brigade of Guards which patrols the palace. 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