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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

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Rondo Deut- Installed As President of FHA Officer? of fhp r.irroll Ni.eh chairman, to he assisted hy Lynn School F HA chapter were in- Keith and Georgia \Vinu. The pen stalled in a candlelichl ceremony'committee includes Patty Flesh Tuesday oveninc at the school. Their advisor. Mrs. Lowell Larson. ner. Sue Mac^e and Sheryl Lux. The girls will KO to Ihe district conducted the ceremony in the ah- meeting Saturday. Nov. 14. from sence of Ins! >e;>r's president. o ;i m. to 3.30. The theme is Rodna Deur i* president; Kathy "Howdy Neighbor." in keeping Beeman vice president: Kit \Veav- with Hie slate theme of "Gelimi: er secretary Sharon Kason. trMs-,te Know Yon," the purpose, to urer: Bethany Anncberp. hislori-jpro.rno.le international good will, nn: Barbara IVur. musician; .Indy ; Next regular meeting of the Snigder. recreation chairman: Lois group will be Tuesday, Nov. 10. .Tanning, parliamentarian: and Loa Hall, public relations. Ro'dna briefly accepted her new office and then led the girls in reciting the creed and in singing the F.H.A. prayer-hymn. Prior to serving refreshments by Kit and ,'mdy. Judy led the girls in recreation. Puring Ihe business meeting. Bethany was elected district music chairman for the year and not only will be in charce of music, but will plan the district meetings. Workshop Discusses Problems of Alcohol COON RAPIDS — "How can Ihe church aid in flic rehabilitation of rlcoholics?" was Ihe major topic at the Christian Social Relations Workshop held at Perry last \Yednesday. The Rev. Tom Shipp oi Dallas. Tex., whose church has crown from a vacant lot to 4.500 in 14 years, explained methods i and resources which can be used - Daily Record M TIm«» H«r«ld, C«rr»ll, It. W«dn«*d*y, Get. 14, Lake City, a daughter Tuesday at McCrary-Rost Hospital, Lake City. (Tlmr* Hrrnlt) New* Scrvltft) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. James Had.ju, Frecporl, Til., a daughter, Mary Ann, Oct. 1. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Tho- POUCE DEPARTMENT Roy Hi I hy Car- Dale Wollerman, young son of Mr. and Mrs. Webb Wolterman of Carroll, was struck and bruised by an automobile Tuesday afternoon while being chased by a playmate on North Clark between second and third Streets. Chief of Police Alvin Bruning said Ihe boy was not hurt! he. enough In require any treatment. •• '. Tne driver of the car was listed MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Tlmri Hrrnld ,Vcw« Service) Admission— Mrs. Robert Hagge, We.stside Dismissal— Mrs. Ronald Smith and son, Fonda Births— Mr.'and Mrs. Lowell Mantz, Bay- as Mrs. Richard Fonken of Churdan. roURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered— Alberta E. Wittrock. Carroll. Plymouth: Kdward W. Sicpker, Templeton, Chevrolet; Breda Auto Co.. Breda. Ford: Andrew H., ar d. a daughter. Oct. 12. Buss. Glidden. Ford: Albert L. Kobold, Carroll, r"ord; Helen M. Galloway, Coon Rapids, Ponliac, LI. J-G and Mrs. Richard Zer- and Harris Oldsmobile. Hess, Coon Rapids. Kit is in eharpr of the conference jp pv(i| . y |m . a| ( , hm . ( . h T , ](1 wn] . k _, roll rail committee.-'' shf)p wgs allendor1 hv Mrs . Harnlrl ALL BALLED t-P . . . Disabled veteran Arthur Flanders lacks snow hut not string in St. Pclcrshurg. Fin. vString - saver Flanders devoted much of (he past five years (n assembling this l.OflO-pnuiid "string man." Two pro.ied.c were arranger]I by . ,, _ Mrs Mjlo Ro h Pr | S . Glenn the girls: n hobo tiny Saturday.^ My| . on Rund(< , ( ,, oyd offj| , Got 31. when the girls will <™i an(] ,, lp f j pv Km .| .| nston c)ll . js . r.agley Methodist Church Sunday when the various odd jobs, and a w sale of I - . -., II ' It'll 1,'IH- I It I I t V. 1(11 l\»llil hall point pens with Ihe C arroll 1 , irp plannerl for Coon .__ rnnfprpiHT hnskollmll pnmes im-' s , ar Mp th n dist churches. printed. Loa is hobo day DELICIOUS WHITE BEANS n'HAM AT Y 6 U. ft ' Q R 6 C JEft S tian Social Relations Commissions cveniiiK. where Mr. Josten spoke and I mi Iho theme "Echoes of K-Day," and the beginnings of exchange On Thursday, the Rev. Mr. Jos- visits toward world understanding, ten was resource person at a sim-, F>;igloy people told of their "un- ilar workshop at Ottumwa. dealing scheduled" conversations w i I n with his impressions of the .Mrs. Khrushchev. More than 50 Khrushchev tour and its impliea- •'were in attendance. (ions for better understanding and ; •— world peace. : Berlin's Templehof airport is one !of the few airports fn the world The Rev. and Mrs. Josfcn were ; located in the heart of a large Kiipsls of Ihe Young Adult ("lass of city. ' ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Dennis Schirck. Carroll Mrs. Edwin W. Onken. Glidden Mrs. Lewis B. Larson, Lake View Pamela Vollstedt. Manning Gary E. Huff, Carroll Dismissals— Paul Schwabe. Arcadia Frank J. Buchheil, Carroll Mrs. Curtis Ericson and baby, Manning Mrs. Roy A. Luchl, Coon Rapids Michelle Bennett, Carroll Donald S. Bonifield. Omaha • was. 1429 Rockwell Lane, Norfolk, 2, Va.. a son Oct. 13. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Zerwas and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Spies, Manning. Carroll Markets T.RA1N Soybeans, No. 2 Corn. No. 2 yellow (old) Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) Oats $1.91 ... 1.08 .. .96 .61 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO i AP)—Butcher hogs sold strong to 25 cents higher on the Chicago market Wednesday. Maxine C. Blosemeyer, Lake 1 Sows were unevenly steady to 25 300-400 pounds brought. $11.25 to $12.25. Slaughter steers and heifers sold steady to 50 cents higher in a moderately active trade. Cows and bulls were fully steady and stockers and feeders steady to 50 cents lower. Mostly prime 1,150-1,330 pound steers brought $28.75 to $29, the top. Mixed choice and prime heifers sold from $26.50 to $26.75. The sheep market was moderately active with slaughter lambs up 25 to 50 cents and ewes steady to 50 higher. The bulk of good and choice 80-105 pound wooled slaughter lambs brought $19 to $21. CHICAGO (AP) — (USD A) — Hogs 6,500; strong to 25 higher on butchens; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 190-230 Ib butchers along with mixed 2 - 3 and 3s 230-280 Ibs 13.00-13.25; Is and 2s and mixed 1-2 200-230 Ibs 13.25-13.40; several lots Is and mixed 1-2 sorted for grade 200220 Ibs 13.40-13.50, 250 head at 13.50: a limited volume mixed 1-3 180-195 Ibs 12.50-13.25; mixed Deaths, Funerals MRS. JAKE BLUM Mrs. Jake Blum, 76, N a p e r, Neb., died early Tuesday morning at Naper. She was the former Catherine Riesselman of Halbur. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Thursday at Naper. Mrs. Blum was born at Halbur, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riesselman, now/deceased. Survivors include her husband and six children and the following sisters and brothers: Mrs. Clem Rehker. Mrs. Andy Krapfl, Joe Riesselman, Carroll: Henry Ries- selman, Halbur: Mrs. Henry Grote, Morris, Minn.; Mrs. Margaret Thompson. Davenport: and Mrs. Frank Sherbring, Ogden. A brother, Peter H. Riesselman, died in 1918. al Home in Carroll, where friends may call after 1:30 p.m. Thursday. The rosary will be recited at 8/p.m. Thursday and at 8 p.m. Friday. Mr. Jasper, son of Bernard and Marguerite Snyder Jasper, was born at Breda Aug. 23, 1906. He farmed near Breda all his life. He is survived by three sisters: Mrs. Leo (Frances) Berning and Anna Jasper, Breda, and Mrs. Leonard (Hilda) Terlisner, Kerkhoven, Minn. His mother died in 1938, a brother Anton in 1940, and his father in 1953. A sister died in infancy. Mr. Jasper was single. grade 1-3 300-400 Ib sows 11.2512.25: weights under 300 Ibs scarce, a few head 12.50; mixed 2-3 400-550 Ibs 10.25-11.50. Cattle 14,000; calves 100; slaughter steers and heifers steady to 50 higher: several loads mostly prime 1,150-1,350 Ib steers choice and prime 26.50- 28.75 - 29.00; most mixed choice and View Births- Mr, and Mrs. Clayton V. Broich, Carroll, a daughter, Tuesday. up. Mixed grade No. 2s and 3s and mixed 1 to 3s scaling 190-230 pounds along with mixed 2s and ranging from 230-280 pounds Mr. and Mrs. Keith Rarkmeir. brought $13 to $13.25. Sows scaling ANNOUNCING FOR I960 SIX STUNNING STYLES FROM BYSTUDEBAKER T5TI* A T Tf"OTT?T TT Tasteful new styling: new fashion-fresh tjjLjAU 1 lr UJL colors, new appointments, new luxury. PRACTICAL Owners report fewer service jobs, lower charges, reduced insurance costs. LOVEABLE Owners write "more carefree driving \viih The Lark." than with any other tar. DRIVEABLE Powerful V-8 (proven today's most economical) or <)0 h.p. Super Economy Six. TURNABLE So easy to handle, turners solidly. Tireless driving uoi!i cumuiy, nimble in iralhc. PARKABLE Shorter dimension oniside, parks where others can't, yet seats six inside in comlort. WORLD'S FIRST AND ONLY FULL LINK OF NEW DIMENSION CARS Choose the model best suited to meet youi own particular motoring needs...from the widest range of styles among all newer cars! J^fe* 1-or 1%0, nothing's been spam! to build into The LarV. the best in luxury, £ood taste, dependabilm and value J2$fc~ Jt's ihc true quality car oi its si/t 1 —PROVEN HV 750 MILLION MILLS or O\VNKK t st. Ask the man who owns it, see the man who sells it, drive it \ouiself and discover—the break lor your car dollar in I0f>0 ^fr- You H love ih.a Lark! LOVE THAT MRK BYSTUDEBAKER See it now~-at YOUR STUDEBAKER DEALER'S William Wide CARROLL MOTOR CO. Hi way 30 West Harold Kienapfel 28.50; good to low choice 24.7526.50: a few utility and standard Holstein steers 22.00-22.50. a few standard 23.50: mixed choice and prime heifers 26.50-26.75; good to high choice 23.75-26.25; utility and standard 17.50-23.00; utility and commercial cows 14.50-18.00; canners and cutters 12.00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.5021.50; standard and good vealers 25.00-30.00; cull and utility 15.0024.00; load of choice 900 Ib feeding steers 27.00; good and mixed good and choice 825-925 Ib feeding steers 24.00-26.00. Sheep 1,500; slaughter lambs 25 to 50 higher; bulk good and choice 80-105 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 19.00-21.00; around 100 head choice 95-100 Ibs 21.25; utility and good 13.00-19.00; 10.00 and below: culls down to load of choice MRS. ANNA WICK (Tlmen Herald New* Service) LANESBORO — Mrs. Anna Wick, 79, died Tuesday evening at McVay Memorial Hospital, Lake City, after a short illness. Funeral arrangements are pending at the Huffman Memorial Chap el in Lake City. Mrs. Wick had lived in Lanesboro tor 46 years. She was born in Pom meranian, Germany. Dec. 17, 1879 a daughter of William and Henrietta Koch Burrow. Surviving are four sisters. Mrs. Mary Reecher. Lake City; Mrs. Helen Pullian, Carroll; Mrs. Bertha Pugh, Chicago; and Mrs. Emma Williams, Long Beach, Calif.; and two brothers, Charles Burrow, Glidden, and John Burrow, Boise, Idaho. Mrs. Wick was a member of the Methodist Church at Lanesboro. 110 Ib slaughter lambs shorn No. 1 pelts 21.00; two decks yearlings still in first hand: cull to choice slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00. Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company WHEAT Dec. March May July CORN Dec. Prev. High Low Close Close 197 % 201% 199% 183 \ 201 >,» 199 1831.4 March 1.13 U Mav July OATS Dec. March May July RYE Dec. March May July 116 73 >,„ 70% 134% 137% 136 '/4 131 V 4 113 115-V 117'^ 72 1* 70% 196'* 197 210 '4 199 183V, 108% 108% 113 113V, 115 \ 197% 133 "i 13fi '/B 165% 130 M, .SOY BEANS Nov. 216 i,i Jan. 220 March 224'^ LARD Nov. Dec. Jan. 8.20 8.95 8.90 S.I5 8.82 8.87 72% 73 72% 70 .1; 79% 64% 133% 134 137 14 136% 131% 214% 214 « 219 Jj 219'4 222% 223 8.20 8.95 8.90 109% 109 Ms 113 Vi 113% 116 U 118 72% 73 72% 70% 64 ••>« 134 % 137% 137% 136 4 131 131 % 216% 217% 221% 221% 225% 225 y, 8.25 8.82 8.80 U. S. Developing Big Rocket: Medaris FRENCH LICK, Ind. (AP)—A giant rocket capahle of orbiting a satellite carrying a "busload of trained observers" is being developed by the United States, Maj. Gen. John B. Medaris said here Tuesday night. Medaris, chief of the Army's missile program, told the Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Agents Convention that the rocket's clustered engines will provide a combined level of thrust about four times greater than this country's largest intercontinental ballistics missile. Medaris did not specify if he was referring to the Army's Saturn rocket or some other missile under development. The Saturn, being built at Redstone Arsenal, Huntsville, Ala. will be capable of a 1%-million pound thrust. The Atlas-, now the nation's most powerful rocket, has a thrust of 350, • 000 pounds. DAISY GUERIN STRICKER Services were held at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll at jO a.m. Tuesday for Mrs. Judd (Daisy Guerin) Strieker. 70, Glidden. The Rev. Duane E. Heap, minister of the Presbyterian Church in Glidden, conducted the service. Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman sang "Prayer Perfect," accompanied by Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley. Burial was at 3 p.m. Tuesday at Holy Sepulchre Cemetery, Omaha. Mrs. Strieker died Oct. 11 at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. ANDREW M. JASPER Andrew *M. Jasper, 53. lifelong resident of the Breda Community, died at 3:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Anthony Hospital after being ill about a week. Requiem mass will be read at 9 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 17, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda, of which he was a member. Celebrant of the mass will be the Rev. J. P. Hausman. Burial will be in St. Bernard's Cemetery. The body is at the Sharp Funer- Friendt may call at Sharp'* Funeral Horn* after 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Rosary: Thursday 8:00 p. m. Rosary: Friday 8:00 p, m. Requiem Mass: Saturday 9:00 a. m. at St. Bernard's Church, Breda Officiating: Rev. J. P. Hausman Interment: St. Bernard's Cemetery SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll, 19 Years BEN WILLIAMSON (Tlm<!>i Hrrald News Servlre) AUBURN — Mrs. Lottie Gorman and Ralph Williamson received word Saturday evening of the death of their brother, Ben Williamson, 87, of Rapid City, S. D. Mr. Williamson was a former resident of the Auburn community. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Williamson of Yetter and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Williamson left Sunday to attend the funeral. UAW Rcclects Reuther President ATLANTIC CITY. N.J. <APi — The United Auto Workers convention has given Walter P. Reuther firm control of the 1.200.000- member union for another two years. Amid the hoopla and trappings of a major party political convention, the 2,500 delegates re-elected Reuther president by acclamation Tuesday. Re-elected with him were all his top officers and executive board members. Reuther first was elected president of the UAW in 1946. Re-elected with him were Secretary-Treasurer Emil Mazey, Vice Presidents Richard T. house and Leonard Woodcock, Gosser, Pat Great- Norman Matthews, Canadian Regional Director George Burt and 17 U.S. regional directors. They make up the executive board. The convention voted a dues increase on a standing vote which Keuther said showed 80 per cent in favor. Basic union dues will be increased Jan. 1 from $3 to $5 a month. The convention earmarked $1.25 of the $5 rate to build up the strike fund. When the new rate ;oes into effect, union members no longer will have to pay a $1 special strike assessment. Kids go back to school with a lol of original ideas, especially in spelling. We're Battery factors At first symptom of battery weakness, drive in to us for expert treatment Fast test and charge, rentals, new batteries. DIAL 9121 Marvin's Sinclair Service 1 Blk. E. Burke Motor Inn INJURES ELBOW Dennis Schirck of Carroll, 20, suffered a dislocated left elbow Tuesday while working at the parental Leonard Schirck farm. He was admitted to the hospital at p.m. This is the time of year when grape growers squeeze out their annual profit. Grouse Cartage Co. Carroll — Pbtnt 3521 No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! Courttoui Canvtnltnt Cvrrlir ATTENTION ALL DOG OWNERS The Board of Supervisors are having an unusually large amount of Domestic Animal Claims by persons having Domestic Animals or Fowl killed by Dogs. They are therefore making the public more aware of the Laws concerning (his matter. The following information is how (he Code of Iowa 1068 covers this, and should be read carefully by both Doc Owners and persons being bothered by Dogs'. Code of Iowa, 1958 Chapter 351.26 Ri9ht and Duty to kill unlicensed Dog. It shall be lawful for any person, and the duty of all peace officers within heir respective |urisdictions, to kill any dog for which a license „ required, when such dog Is not wearing a collar with license attached as herein provided. Chapter 351.27 Right to kill licensed Dog. It shall be lawful for am/ ».,. so to kill . dog, licensed and wearing a coMar w thlLnV.' tag attached, when such dog i, caught in the act of worry- Ing, chasing or Maiming or killing any Domestic Animal Bit., 11 " 1 $UCh ' D " " ' tta ' kin9 " '"-PC Board of Supervisors Carroll, Iowa

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