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October 6, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 10

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Auction Firm To New Jobs, Business Here The Tart-oil Livestock S a 1 e s. Inc., enterprise, scheduled to RO into operation around Dec. 1, will be a major asset to the community. 6. .1. Murphy, secretary- treasurer, told the Carroll Rotary club Monday night. It will provide jobs for at least 25 people and will draw business to Carroll from not only the local area but from a wide territory ir the midwest, he said. Up to 40,000 head of cattle are expected to be handled by the cor poration the first year. Mr. Murphy said. Facilities are being buill to handle between 1.600 and 1,700 head each sales day. Provision will be made to handle large numbers of other livestock. Sales will be conducted on Thursday, according to present plans. Later two and possibly three sales will be held each week. • Carroll Well-Located Plans foy the enterprise had been discussed here for the past several years, Mr. Murphy said The group of men who formed the corporation felt that Carroll was strategically located for such an operation with adequate rail and highway transportation. Carroll also is a focal point for the livestock business, he added, situated between a rich cash grain area and a heavy livestock production center. Roy J. Burns was in charge of the program and introduced Mr. Murphy who later introduced E. M. (Bud) Lyman, vice president and general manager of the firm. Mr. Lyman was formerly in a similar business at Spencer. He moved here in June. Mr. Lyman said the new sales setup will bring western livestock raisers and area feeders closer together. Cattle will be shipped here by train and truck. Modern Setup Mr. Lyman pointed out that the building program calls for one of the most modem sales setups in the middle west. "The barn will be second to none in Iowa," he said. The buildings will be located on a 32 1 /i-acre site a mile and a quarter west of Carroll on Highway 30. The cattle barn will be of insulated steel construction, 140 x 84 feet, with three alleys and four rows of pens. The arena will be of concrete and steel construction, 66 x 60 feet, fully insulated. A combination office building and cafe will be 80 x 20 feet of concrete and steel construction. All the buildings will be well- lighted- and ventilated. A blower system will be installed. Sixty-thousand square feet of concrete will be poured, about 19,000 square feet under roof. Included among the many modern improvements will be spraying and dipping facilities, steam lines to disinfect and clean trucks, a laboratory for a veterinarian, a belt system for tickets and a 20- ton Fairbanks-Morse scale capable of weighing a carload of cattle. Buyers will be able to settle for purchases within a matter of minutes. The corporation will operate under strict federal and state regulations with inspections similar to those in use at terminal markets. Cattle will be kept on sale at all times for private sale. It is understood the enterprise represents an investment of between $100,000 and $200,000. Officers Officers of the corporation include Mr. Lyman, general manager and vice president; Marvin Collison, Arcadia, president; Mr. Murphy, secretary • treasurer; E. H. Bueltel, second vice president; Vincent Collison, Milford Collison, Arcadia, and Nick Beiter. Carroll, directors. B. G. Halverson presided at the meeting in the absence of President Howard Bockhaus, who with Dr. Jack Donovan, Dr. Richard Collison and W. Paul Forney, were attending a Rotary district institute at Grinnell Monday. Guests included Ernie Dawton of Regina, Sask., Canada, guest of his cousin, Duane Shriver; Roger W. Patterson, Estes Park, Colo., visiting Rotarian; the Rev. Allan Peterson, new Presbyterian pas- "I /\ Times Herald, Carroll, la. III Tuesday, October 6, 1959 ATTA BABY! — Litlle Julie Anna Pope gleefully rides high atop a pile of grapefruit in Cypress Gardens, Fla. Coinciclentally (?), Julie's mother was voted Florida Citrus Queen a few years ago. tor, guest of Dr. Robert F. Barels; Wayne Harmening, guest of Russell Wunschel; Junior Rotarians Steve Vaatveit of Kuemper High and Alec Gillett of Carroll gh, and Junior Rotary Anns Marianne von Schaik of Zeist, Holand, Carroll High exchange student, and Joan Lenz of Kuemper. H. L. Hudson announced that next week Robert Buchanan of Australia, Rotary Foundation fel- ow studying at Iowa State University, Ames, will be the guest speaker. Mrs. Janssen Enters Hillcrest (Times Herald News Service) CARNARVON — Mrs. Anna Janssen entertained the Hillcrest Rest Home in Lake View Wednesday evening. Hannah Hansen left for Ruthven to spend the winter after caring for Mrs. Janssen. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Janssen spent a social afternoon in the George Jansen home in Lake View Friday. The occasion was Mrs. Jansen's birthday. Mrs. Lee Jansen and son of Deoit were visitors in Mrs. Tena Jansen and Mrs. Lucille Mohr's lome here Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fogerty and children and Mrs. Bildu Tiefenthaler were guests in the Laurence Alvis home in Huxley. Mrs. Tie- enthaler also was a visitor in the Harris Tesdall home in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Mason, Tort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thorpe were sup p e r quests in the Roland Thorpe home Sunday. Other callers and visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Halver Homme and children, Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Art Tiefenlhaler and Mr. and VIrs. Ray Tiefenthaler, Breda. Mrs. Jack Fogerty entertained the afternoon Pinochle Club in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Janssen and Mrs. Bilda Tiefenthaler called in the Elmer Meyer home near Sac City Tuesday evening. Mr. Meyer had back surgery in Omaha recently and is slowly recovering. 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