Deaths, Funerals ANDREW M. JASPEH Andrew M. Jasper, 53. Breda, who died Wednesday, will be buried in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel. instead of St. Bernard's Cemetery, Breda, as previously announced by I li e Sharp Funeral Home. JOHN FINK Word has been received of the death of John Fink, 89, of Morton, N.D., formerly of the Mt. Carmel vicinity. Mr. Fink died Wednesday evening, Oct. 14, after a year's illness, having been seriously ill the past month. Funeral services will be held at the Catholic Church in Morton. Mr. Fink was born May 10. 1872, }n Germany. After coming to the United States, he lived in the Mt. Carmel area for many years. He was married Nov. 7, 1900, to Mary Jarmer at Heron Lake, Minn. They were the parents of eight children. Mrs. Fink preceded her husband in death. Mrs. Matt Flies, Carroll, is a tiece of Mr. Fink. ELIZABETH MARY GEKBER (Times llcrnld News Service) COON RAPIDS — Elizabeth Mary Gerber, 69, died at her home here at 12:20 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 14. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Chapel, where the rosary will be led by the Rev. R. E. Dougherty at 8 p.m. Thursday. Requiem mass will be at 9:30 Friday at Annunciation Catholic Church in I/I •n O 73 79 m 73 to -i 09 ^ S" < *> o 79 *-5 <^ Iz Coon Rapids, with Fr. Dougherty PS celebrant. Burial will be in the C&tholic Cemetery at Coon Rapid with graveside rites in charge o Fr. Dougherty. Miss Gerber was born Oct. 18 1889, a daughter of John and Eliza belli Gerber, at Willey. She had lived in Coon Rapids for the pas 24 years, where she was a mem her of Annunciation Catho 1 i c Church and the" Altar and Rosary Society of the parish. She is survived by two brothers Frank Gerber. Coon Rapids, am Henry Gerber, Stuart; a sister Mrs. William (Mary) Ruddy, Aud ubon; ten nieces and 12 nephews MRS. ANNA WICK Funeral services for Mrs. Anna Wick, 79. long-time Lanesboro res ident, will be at 2 p.m. Friday at the Huffman Memorial Chape, in Lake City. The Rev. John Lewis, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, Lake City, will officiate. Burial will be in the Lanesboro Cemetery. Mrs. Wick died Tuesday evening at McVay Memorial Hospital Lake City, after a short illness. Tim** M*rald, Carroll, U. thuricUy, Oct. 15, 1«9 :* ^ TO » ^^^ Wl ^J TO ^^^^^ §:= J O W 5 > « o T 3 ^ 3 o" * m Q « O > O Wl Queen's Letter Reveals Sorrow on Duke's Abdication By EDDY GILMORE . LONDON (AP)—The late Queen Mary told the Duke of Windsor that in abdicating for the love ol twice - divorced Wallis Warfield Simpson, "you did not seem able to take any point of view but your own." A secret letter that the old Queen wrote her son 18 months pfter his abdication as King Edward VIII in 1936 was disclosed today with the publication of her official biography. She died at 85 on March 24, 1953. "You will remember," the widow of King George V wrote their eldest son, "how miserable I was when you informed me of your intended marriage and ab dication and how I implored you not to do so for our sake and the sake of the country.. . "I do not think you have ever realized the shock which the at- t'.tude you. took up caused your family and the whole nation. "It seemed inconceivable to those who made such sacrifices during the war that you, as their king, refused a lesser sacrifice. "My feelings for you as your mother remain the same and our being parted, and the cause of it, grieve me beyond words. "After all, all my life I have put country before everything else, and I simply cannot change now." 1,499 national or regional companies each invested $25,000 or more in daily newspapers last year to tell consumers about 3,784 products. IN MEMORIAM Andrew M. Jasper Breda — Age 53 Friends may call at Sharp's Funeral Home after 1:30 p. m. Thursday. Rosary: Thursday 8:00 p. m. Rosary: Friday U:00 p. m. Requiem Mass: Saturday 9:00 a. m. at St. Bernard's Church, Breda Officiating: Rev. J. P. Hausman Interment: Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cemetery, Mt. Carmel, Iowa SHARP FUNERAL HOME Serving Carroll, 19 Years Students Sign Up to Pick Down Corn This Season A total of 294 high school students in the area have registered ot the Carroll office of the Iowa State Employment Service to pick up down corn this fall. Of this number 91 are from Carroll County, 68 from Crawford County, 53 from Greene County and 82 from Sac County. This registration Is a part of the recruitment program conducted in all high schools'in the four counties and started several years ago primarily to provide detasselers for seed corn producers. It has been expanded to include weeders and hay hands in the summer and gleaners in the fall. In each of these activities the students have generally proven themselves capable workers, according to Alvan Cox, farm labor representative. The value of the down corn runs into millions of dollars, he said. Studies have shown that livestock turned into fields seldom get more than one half of the down corn. Nevertheless, this method of salvaging the down corn is very popular because it represents no out- of-the-pocket expense. An increasing number of farmers recognize that this does not necessarily make it the most economical method for several reasons, Mr. Cox said. (1) Early snows and freezing weather may make it inaccessable; (2) Late rains may cause it to spoil or be ground into the mud; (3) It may cause calves.to bloat;. (4) It may increase "costs in cutting volunteer corn from beans the next year; and (5) It may complicate the division of the down corn between the tenant and landlord. Some farmers feel, he declared, that even when they have to pay one half the value of the corn to get it picked up they are still ahead because at least they can control the use of the corn after it is in the crib. Farmers interested in using high school help are asked to contact the Carroll employment office, telephone 2685 or neighboring volunteer farm representatives. There are several openings still available for adult farm hands, married or single. Persons interested in these jobs are also invited to call the Carroll office or one of the volunteer representatives. In Trouble Over Involved Loan Deal HUMBOLDT (AP) — Dennis J. Gahan, 34, Humboldt insurance agent and real estate broker, was in trouble with authorities here Thursday because, they said, he made a wrong move in an involved loan scheme. Gahan waived preliminary hearing and was bound over to the county grand jury Wednesday on a charge of uttering a forged instrument. Humboldt County Attorney Harlyn A. Stoebe said transactions by Gahan dealing in loans totaling possibly $60,000 are under study. According to Stoebe^ the transaction which resulted in filing of charges against the real estate broker went as follows: Last March Gahan purchased [or $900 a vacant lot from Mr. .nd Mrs. Edwin R. Bjornson, who low live in Fort Dodge. The deed on the lot was not recorded and under the Bjornsons' lame Gahan applied for a loan, ihowing a picture of a lot with a louse on it. The loan went through and the Home Federal Savings and Loan Assn. of Algona issued a check "or $8,296.40 payable to Mr. and ilrs. Bjornson, whose names were ;igned on the mortgage and on he check. Daily Record COURTHOUSE New Vehicles Registered- Martha E. Sorenson, Carroll, Oldsmobile; Albert Neppl, Halbur, Wilson Trailer; Breda Auto Co., Breda, Ford: and Henry W. Engelen, Carroll, Plymouth. Real Estate Transfers— Leo C. Schweers to Zion Lutheran Church, Arcadia, part of Lot 3, Block 4,' Second Addition to Arcadia. Colette Baumhover to Joseph B. and Sophia Kenriebeck, Lot 2, Urbany's First Addition to Carroll. JUSTICE COURT Traffic Fines- Lawrence Brincks, Carroll, $16 and costs, night speeding: Alvin C. Storesund, Glidden, $9 and costs, night speeding; Jack L. Hawn, Jefferson, $9 and costs, night speeding; and Reynold W. Elsberry, Boone, $6 and costs, night speeding. ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions- Mrs. John H. Olberding, Carroll Frank Niceswanger, Carroll Mrs. Merlen C. Warnke, Carroll Mrs. Francis F. Johnson, Carroll Dismissals- Richard A. Schaefer, Carroll Mrs. Jerry D. Litka and baby, Carroll Mrs. Billie D. Gehlsen, Carroll Births- Mr, and Mrs. Wayne W. Rupiper, Carroll, a daughter Wednesday. AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. William Peck, Rockwell City, announce the adoption of a six-week- old girl. She has been named Gayle Jean. Mrs. Peck is the former Jean Dreeszen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Dreeszen. McCRARY-ROST HOSPITAL (Lake City) (Times Herald News Servlee) Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Miller, Maple River, a daughter, Oct. 10. Mr. and Mrs. George Schaffer Jr., Lake City, a son, Oct. 11. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) Dismissal— Mrs. Robert Chrislensen.'Exira Bonnie Branning, Carroll Birth- Mr, and Mrs. James Fitzgerald, Dunlap, a son, Oct. 14. Carroll Markets GRAIN Soybeans, No. 2 $1.89 Corn, No. 2 yellow (old) 1.08 Corn, No. 2 yellow (new) .95 Oats .61 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hogs sold weak to 25 cents lower on the Chicago livestock market Thurs- day. Mixed grade 2s and 3s and mixed 1 to 3s scaling 190-230 pounds along with mixed 2s and 3s from 230-280 pounds S9ld from $12.85 to $13.10. The top price of $13.50 was paid for a 30 head lot of mixed Is and 2s around 220 pounds. In the cattle market slaughter steers were active and strong. Good and choice 1,000 to 1,300 I/ound steers brought $25 to $27.50 and high choice $28.50, the top. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Larry Matteson, Ron Schectman Given Jaycee 'SPOKE' Awards hogs 7,000; weak to 25 lower on butchers; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is. 2s and 3s 190-230 Ibs along with mixed 2-3 and 3s 230?80 Ibs 12.85-13.10, mainly 13.0013.10; 1-2 mixed grade and 2s 200£30 Ibs 13.00-13.25: several lots Is, and mixed 1-2 200-220 Ibs sorted for weight 13.15-13.25 and 35 head sorted Is 215 Ibs at 13.40; and a 30 head lot mixed 1-2 220 Ibs at 13.50: a limited volume mixed 1-3 180-195 Ibs 12.50-13.10; mixed 1-3 300-400 Ib sows 11.25-12.25; mixed 2-3 400-550 Ibs 10.00-11.25. Cattle 3,000; calves 200; bulls steady to 25 higher; good and choice 1,000 -1,300 Ib slaughter steers 25.00-27.50; individual high choice 28.50; a few utility and standard 22.50 - 23.50; good and choice slaughter heifers 24.etf- 26.00; utility and commercial cows 14.25-18.00; canners and cutters 12,00-16.00; utility and commercial bulls 18.50-21.50; standard and good vealers 25.00-30.00; cull and utility 15.00-24.00; good 533 Ib stock steers 27.50. Sheep 700; slaughter lambs strong to 25 higher; bulk good and choice 80 -104 Ib wooled slaughter 19.25-21.25; around 60 head choice 95-100 Ib lambs 21.50; a small lot choice and prime 95 Ibs 21.75; utility and good 13.0019.25; culls down to 10.00 and below; 2 decks mostly good yearlings 93, Ibs with fall shorn pelts 16.00; cull to choice wooled slaughter ewes 3.00-5.00. Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prev. High Low Close Close WHEAT Dec. 196% 196% 196% 196% 196% 197 March 201% 200% 201 201% May 199% 198'X- 799 199 July 183% 183'/I 183% 183 % CORN Dec. 108 % 108% 108 % 108% 108% 108 % March 11314 112% 113 113 113 V 8 113V. May 115% 115% 115% 115% July 117% 117% 117% 117% OATS Dec. 73% 73 73% March May 73 71 64% July RYE Dec. 134% March 137% May 137 July 132 SOY BEANS Nov. 215% Jan. 220% March 223% 72% 70# 64% 133% 136% 136' 130 72% 70% 64% 133% 134 137% 136% 131% f U^A 70% 64% 133% 134 137',4 136% 131% 214% 214% 219% 219% 222% 223 Larry Matteson and Ron Schectman received the annual SPOKE awards during the Jaycees supper- meeting Wednesday night at Hie Southside pork shelter house. These awards are given to the two Jaycees who show outstanding achievement in their first year memberships. Mr Matteson is an engineer for I.F'.S. and Mr. Schechtman is an attorney. The meeting was an orientation for new members, with four speakers: Mr. Schectman spoke on the bsitnry and origin of Jaycees; Ed fJerlich, on the stale Jnyree organ- Oppose U.S. Arming Allies With the Atom By JACK BELL WASHINGTON (AP) — A proposal that the United States arm its Western European allies with nuclear weapons was opposed today hy two influentail Democratic senators. The proposal was one of several made in a report presented Wednesday to the Senate Foreign Relations Committee by a private study group. The suggestions will be considered by the committee in making its own recommendations next year on the future of U.S. foreign policy. Senators Hubert H. Humphrey (D-Minn) and Mike Mansfield <D- Mont) also disagreed with a suggestion that this country send another division of ground troops to Europe as a token of its intent to strengthen NATO defenses. Humphrey said the report, prepared by the Foreign Policy Research Institute of the University of Pennsylvania, represented "wishful thinking." Sen. J. William Fulbright CD- Ark), chairman of the committee, previously had commended the report as a "hard-boiled view of the immediate and potential dangers confronted by Western Europe." But he said it did not necessarily reflect members' views. Humphrey, who heads the Senate Disarmament subcommittee, said, "If we start passing nuclear weapons around, the Russians will be under great pressure to do the same thing. They might even pass them to China and in my opinion that would he a tragic development." Fog in Northern Sections of Iowa By The Associated Press Fog covered northern sections of the state early Thursday after temperatures dropped below freezing during the night. Spencer had the low reading Thursday morning of ?,() degrees. Waterloo had 31. Readings ranged up to 42 at Lamoni and Council Bluffs. Highs Wednesday ranged from 58 at Dubuque to 68 at Council bluffs. Thursday night lows were expected to be in the upper 40s and lower 50s. with Friday's highs in the upper 50s in the northeast and around 70 in the southwest. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American Van Lines, me. i ization; Rob Lippincoff, on the lo- U-al chfipt/r. and Dr M .]. H.-,,l on the purposes of .layer";. Al Thomas, orientation rh-iir- man, showed 3 Jayrno movj<\ in- trorJucffJ the speakers, and present\ ed the awards. I The Jaycees voted to rent a room above the Thompson Cleaners as their permanent meeting place, and within the next week, a clean, up. pick-up program of the new quarters will be underway. John Scott announced the continuation of the doll safety program, in which the Jaycees distribute in the schools, dolls with safety slogans. Kindergarten, first and sec! ond-grade children become familiar with these slogans through the dolls. Bill Hutchins made the chili for the supper. FAT OVERWEIGHT Available to you without a doctor's prescription, our drug called ORDI- NEX. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candies, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ODRINEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. When you take ODRINEX, you will enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you Ilka, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because ODRI- NEX depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. OORINEX is sold on this GUARANTEE: You must lose weight within 7 days or your money back. Just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. ODRI- NEX costs $3.00 and Is sold with this strict money back guarantee by: RETTENMAIER DRUG STORE, CARROLL. Mail Orders Filled. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Television Sales and Service We Feature Entire Lines of Admiral & RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV • STEREO HI-FI • REFRIGERATORS • TRANSISTOR RADIOS • WASHERS • DRYERS TV TOWERS OUR SPECIALTY and SERVICE OUR MOST IMPORTANT PRODUCT SPORRER'S TV and DIAL 9513 APPLIANCES 901 Salinger WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES NFANT BAPTIZED Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anthofer, Carroll, and Mrs. Emil Wurr, Coon Rapids, went to Grimes Tuesday to attend the -baptism of Wayne Louis Anthofer, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Anhofer. Mr. Anthofer and Mrs. iVurr were sponsors for their ,randson. All were dinner guests jf the Ambrose Anthofers. 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