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September 30, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 11

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Build Roads to Meet Needs of Future, Road Study Unit Urged DES MOINES (AP) - The Iowa Highway Study Committee was urged Wednesday to aim for a street and highway system adequate for the next generation, rather than only a decade or two. "Let's build roads today to meet tomorrow's needs," Gerald Bogan, executive secretary of the Iowa Good Roads Assn., told committee members. The committee, set up by the 1959 Legislature to make a complete fiscal, management and en- gineerlng survey of Iowa's high- THE DUANE 8ERLEY BAND Old Time — New Time Thurs., Oct. 1 Adm.: 90c Par Parson Tax Included Stnd the Wedding Annl- vtrstry dates of you end your friends to the Legion Ballroom, Arcadia, and we will send them e free pass to the dance nearest that date. LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA • IOWA way and street system, held its first public hearing at the Statehouse. Sen. D. C. Nolan (R.Iowa City), committee chairman, said the purpose was "to let representatives of the Automotive Safety Foundation, which is making the engineering study, hear the gripes of the people about existing roads and financial arrangements." Bogan said a legislative highway study committee in 1947 con- eluded that Iowa would need only "a good two-lane highway system" for the next 15 to 20 years, with a relatively small mileage of multiple lane highways. It estimated an adequate system could be built over 20 years for $482,282,155. "Certainly today we would not want to consider the 700-mile interstate system an incidental part BUY THE BIG ONE ECONOMY and CONVENIENCE TWO HALF-POUND BAGS IN [ACH HIL AND TWIN PACK BOX of the highway program in Iowa," Bogan said. "Nor would we want to overlook the estimated need for some 2,000 miles of four-lane highways in the entire primary system as incidentals." Bogan said the Good Roads Assn. believes highway users want good highways and are willing to pay for them. "We firmly believe," he said, "that it costs more to use bad roads than to build good roads- something that has been demonstrated time and again in many fields of study." Bogan said he believes the committee will find a highway system adequate for the future will cost from 2V4 to 3 times the amount estimated as sufficient by the 1947 committee. Floyd L. Link, of the Iowa Highway Users Conference, asked the committee to include in the study a number of safety factors. He estimated that traffic accidents cost about 12^ cents for each gallon of gasoline consumed in highway travel. On that basis, he said, the traffic accident cost to Iowa is around 150 million dollars^ year. Mcs Clark's REAL ROQUEfORl DRESSING FOR DIPS Daily Record COURTHOUSE Real Estate Transfers- Robert and Joan Badding to William D. Meshek, Lot 6, Block 1, Schroeder's Second Addition to Carroll. Joseph P. Frank to Delbert L. and Jean E. Patrick, Lot 3, Block 3, Frank Addition to Carroll. Herbert F. Wickenkamp to Martin and Neda Maher, Lot 8, Hilltop Addition to Carroll. Richard H. Luchtel to Crescentia C. Luchtel, Lot 10, Block 5, sub-division of Out Lot "C," Buchheit Addition to Carroll. Licenses to Wed— Charles L. Francis, Creston and Carol L. Antone, Manning. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. Roland Daniel, Lidderdale Theodore Schulte, Wall Lake Mrs. Thomas A. Jarvis, Sac City Mrs. Earl Fan-el!. Carroll Norbert Andrew Nepple, Arcadia Paul Martin Wiedemeier, Carroll Dismissals- Charles E. Jensen, Coon Rapids John Leo Wuebker, Manning James A. Heim, Auburn Joseph H. Reis, Carroll Mrs. Anthony Bruening, Maple River Paul H. Schmitz, Can-oil Births- Mr. and Mrs. Vincent lrlbeck, Carroll, a son, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E.' Johnston, Glidden, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane R. Bueltel, Templeton, a daughter, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred A. Weinbrandt, Audubon, a daughter, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Tank, Manning, a son, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dwain Quandt, Seattle, Wash., a son, Tuesday, September 29. The baby has a brother, Mark. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Quandt of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Chris Fix of Yakima, Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Dudley Parent eau, Kodiak, Alaska, a son, Dan iel John, Sept. 26. Mr. and Mrs A. H. Manemann, Carroll, are the great-grandparents. Mrs. Mary Meyer, Carroll, is the baby's great-great-grandmother. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) Oats $1.85 „ 1.05 _ .88 _ .60 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) - Hog prices continued to skid on the Chicago market Wednesday, declining 25 to 50 cents a hundred pounds to a new three-year low. Mixed No. 2 and 3 grade and mixed 1 to 3 grades of 200-230 pound butchers sold from $13 to $13.35 with later sales down to $13 to $13.15. Some No. 1 and 2 grades and mixed 1 and 2 grade 200-220 pounders brought $13.10 to $13.50, the top. In the cattle market, steers and heifers were moderately active and strong to 75 cents higher. A load of mostly prime 1,225 pound steers brought $29.65, the top. CHICAGO (AP)-(USDA)-Hogs 10,000: slow, 25 to 50 lower on Another fresh one from Pontiac! The inspired beauty of perfect proportion! The precision control of Wide-Track Wheel Design! The softer ride of supple suspension! The wide choice of vigorous Tempest V-8 Engines tailored to economy or high performance! lhe car craftsmen who developed Wide-Track Wheels, the innovation that brought a new standard of roadability to the American passenger car, present another fresh original for 1960! With clean, crisp lines they've composed a delightful rightness of form with unity and rhythm. Into the proved principle of Wide-Track (wheels farther apart for a steadier stance) they've engineered an ingeniously improved suspension system. 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OtwMrirt!*, r*r*t POOT VTWB QJSIX&r GARWITH WIOEJ • TRACK WHEJHJLS 0*J DISPLAY TOMORROW AT ALL PONTIAC DEALERS PETERS BROS. BUICK-PONTIAC 12 Timet Herald, Carroll, It. Wedneidev, Stpt. 30, 1959 butchers; mixed grade 2*3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 200-230 lb butchers 13.00-13.35; late sales these 13.00-13.15; Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-220 lbs 13.10-13.50; late sales these mainly 13.10-13.15; several lots early at 13.50; mixed 2-3 and 3s 230-280 lbs 13.00-13.35; few lots 2-3 230-250 lbs early at 13.50; a deck 3s 325 lbs 12.00; a limited volume mixed 1-3 180-195 lbs 12.50-13.25; mixed 1-3 300-375 lb sows 11.00-12.00; few lots 275300 lbs 12.00-12.50; mixed 2-3 375500 lbs 10.00-11.25; a few lots 2-3 500-550 lbs 9.75-10.00. Cattle 10,000; calves 100; steers mostly 25 to 50 higher than Tuesday; a load of mostly prime 1,225 lb steers 29.65; at least a half- zen loads high to mostly prime 1,175-1,325 lbs 29.25; most choice and mixed choice and prime 1,500 lbs down 26.50-29.00; two loads mixed choice and 3 prime 1,770 lbs 25.75; good to low choice 1,350 lbs 25.00-26.25; a load of cutter 8nd utility 975 lb Brahamas 21.00; some mixed choice and prime heifers 26.75-27.00; most good and choice 24.00-26.50; utility and standard 18.00-23.50; utility and commercial cows 14.00-18.00; canners and cutters 11.50-15.50; shelly kind down to 10.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.50-21.50; vealers 33.00 down; culls as low as 15.00; good to mostly choice 675 lb stock steers 28.00. Sheep 1,000; high good and choice spring lambs active, strong to 50 higher; good and choice spring lambs 80-105 lbs 19.00-21.00 with several lots choice and mixed choice and prime 21.00-21.50; load good 70-100 lbs 18.50-19.00; utility to low good 13.00-18.50; culls down to 10.00 with a few below; cull to choice slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. choice slaughter ewes 4.00-5.00. Chicago Grain These Markets Ar* Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. Low WHEAT Dec. March May July CORN Dec. March May July OATS Dec. March May July RYE Dec. March High 196% 201 199 *i 183 <£ 109 *i 113% 116 117% 71 71VS 69'. 64 H 136 195 M, 199% 198% 183 K Close 196% 196% 200% 201 199% 183 >i 109% 109 \ May 134% July 128% SOY BEANS Nov. 213% Jan. March 217 a; 221 113% 115% 117 U 70% 71% 69% 64% 132 \ 134 *i 133 Vi 127 210% 214% 218. 113% 115 »i Close 195 Vi 195% 199 \ 199% 198 183% 109 % 109% 113% 115 \ Deaths, Funerals MRS. MICHAEL BERGER Solemn requiem mass for Mrs. Michael (Catherine C.) Berger, 64, Halbur, was celebrated by the Rev. Lawrence Greteman at St. Augustine's Church, Halbur, at 9 a.m. Tuesday. Deacon of the mass was the Rev. Edward Moorman, C.PP.S. The Rev. Louis Anthofer was sub-deacon. Burial, under direction, of the Sharp Funeral Home, was in the parish cemetery. Fr. Greteman conducted the graveside rites. Pallbearers were John Flies, Joe Bauer, Cleo Berger, Edmund Berger, Louis Grossman and Edward P. Brincks. Mrs. Berger died early Saturday morning, Sept. 26, at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll where she had been a patient for a week. She had been in failing health for three years. 117% 117% 71 71% 69% 64% 133** 135% 134% 128% 213 213% 217 220% 220% 70% 70 * + 71% 71% 69 >I 64% 133 134% 134 \ 133% 127% 210% 210% 214% 214% 218 16 Couples Attend Two Ball Foursome (Timet Herald News Service) MANNING — Sixteen couples took part in a two ball foursome at the Manning Manilla Country Club Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Arp had low score of 46. Several other prizes were awarded in different events. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Martens and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Johnson. Members of the Ramsey family attended funeral services in Estherville Tuesday for Frank Andre, a nephew of Mrs. Bess Ramsey of Manning. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case spent the weekend in Des Moines with their daughter, Mrs. Vergie Welch. The Rev. Lester Moore of the Manning Methodist Church was one of the clergymen taking part in the ordination of the Rev. Weldon Whitmack at the Moravia Methodist Church, when he was ordained as an elder. Bishop F. Gerald Ensley of Des Moines conducted the ordination ceremony. INFANT BAPTIZED (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Bobbi Jo Hargens, infant daughter of Pfc. and Mrs. Billie Hargens, was baptized Sunday morning at the Manning Methodist Church. David Grundmeier and Beverly Lerssen were sponsors. Following the baptism, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto entertained at dinner for Pfc. and Mrs. Hargens, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Hargens, Mrs. Tena Otto. Mrs. Anna Stuhr, Mr. Grundmeier and Miss Lerssen. 229 NORTH MAIN ST. — CARROLL, IOWA •*8i'.-. A Real Opportunity for Mutual Fund Representatives We will engage the services of two additional.men to represent us in the distribution of one of America's fastest growing Mutual Funds. This Fund enjoys national distribution and a management widely known for their financial and business acumen. Men selected must have successful business background, good reputation, be financially responsible and above average personality. Former Investment experience not a requisite. Position is permanent, highly remunerative and one of professional dignity with an opportunity to advance in this National Organization. Contact in confidence: T. W, Eagleson Divisional Manager ' 116 W. Broadway ••git Oroya, Iowa Phono: 91 LEONARD H. BRUGGEMAN Funeral arrangements have been completed for Leonard Harold Bruggeman, 38, Arcadia, who died Tuesday morning. Services at 1:30 p.m. Friday. Oct. 2, at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll will be followed by services at 2 p.m. at Zion Lutheran U.P.W. to Meet In Manning Oct. 2 (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The United Presbyterian Women will meet at the church Friday afternoon. Oct. 2, at 2:00 p.m. Hostesses will be Eldn Stuhr. Hazel Ehlcrs. Amanda Steen and Hulda Ruhde. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Puck entertained Sept. 23 in observance of Mr. Puck's birthday. Guests at the 6:30 supper were members of the Saturday Night Pinochle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rix and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kuhn. W. C. Schrum held high at cards; Mrs. John Schrum. second: Mrs. W. C. Schrum, low; and Harry Rix, traveling. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Joens and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Joens were Sunday afternoon guests in the Roy Sander home in Audubon, in observance of Kathleen Joens' birthday. The Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning, Mrs. Sam Wiese, Mrs. Clifford Tank, Mrs. R. H. McGrath. Mrs. Willus Hill, Mrs. Earl Stribe, Mrs. Merlin Struve and Mrs. Wade Mohr attended a Sunday School Teachers and Leaders' Institute at the Presbyterian Church in Glidden Thursday evening. Church in Arcadia. The Rev. Frank Sass will officiate. Burial will be in Arcadia Cemetery, with Ehlers-Gerkin Post, American Legion in charge of military rites. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll, where friends may call after 7 p.m. Wednesday. Death occurred at 8:40 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. 29, at Nebraska Methodist Hospital, Omaha, following brain surgery. He had been ill two weeks. Mr. Bruggeman was a son of Harold and Lauretta Bruggeman, born Sept. 29, 1921 at Arcadia. He graduated from Arcadia II i g h School in 1938. His marriage to Hazel Andersen took place Jan. 15, 1946, at the First Presbyterian Church in Carroll, During World War II, he served with the U.S. Coast Guard in the Pacific. He was a member of Zion Lutheran Church, Arcadia. He was a farmer. Surviving are his wife, two sons, Donald and Gerald, and a, daughter, Carla Sue; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bruggeman; and one sister, Mrs. John (Lorraine) Hoogestraat. All are of Arcadia. MRS. CLAUDE HALL (Times llcriild Nc»n Nmlrr) SCRANTON —Funeral services for Mrs. Claude Hall were held Sept. 22. A private service at the Huffman Funeral Home here was followed by services at Trinity Lutheran Church, Jefferson, in the afternoon, conducted by the Rev. Arnold F. Boehnke. Soloist was Mrs. Frank Miller, accompanied by Mrs. Boehnke Pallbearers were Raymond Hor- kowski, Paul Eason. Cecil Hupp. Floyd Pemble, Fawn Samuell and John H. Wright. Burial was in the Scranton Cemetery. Mrs. Hall, 62, died Sept. 19 at the Greene County Hospital, Jefferson. UP FROM THE DEEP DELAFIELD, Wis. (AP) —A moving van that had rested on the bottom of Lake Nagawicka for 38 years was reclaimed by Ray Salentine, a garage operator. 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