Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1959 · Page 8
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, October 26, 1959
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Daily Record 8 Tlmei Herald, CirroU, U. Monday, Oef. 56, 1959 Feld, Glidden G. Drees and POT.KT: nF Nonr Hurl in Trash— No injuries were reported in a l\vn car accident here Monday ahnut 5:10 a.m.. police said. Cars driven by Leo ]•',. Koppenhfiver. 33. F.oone. and Vonion M. Ward. :W. Colo, were involved in a collision _ .. , near iho oast city limit, on Hi.el,-! man ' Carro11 ' a bo *< way 30. Roth vehicle* were westbound at the time of the accident, police .siid. Mrs. LaVerne Mrs. Howard bahy, Carroll Mrs. Ralph A. Kanne and baby, Carroll Mrs. Leon E. Taggart and baby, .leffp.rson Mrs. Ernest Johnson and baby, Coon Rapids Mrs. Vincent J. Fitzpatrick, Baptley Births— Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schleis- Deaths, Funerals Now Vehicles Registered— Priors Bros, Buick-Pontiac. Carroll. Buick; Kduin \V. Bohnenkamp. Breda. Ford: and Carl Seller, Carroll, Cadillac. MANNING GENERAL HOSPITAL (Times Hcr»ld »w» Service) Admission— Mrs. Joe Stevens, Audubon | birth— ! Mr. and Mrs. James Schimerow- ski, Earling, a son, Oct. 23. 11KK CALLS Weed Fire The fire department was called out about 3:1.1 p.m. Saturday to extinguish a fire in a weed patcl near the city dump and adjacent to the railroad tracks. The fire apparently Marled in the city dump and spread to the weeds, Orlando Kich, assistant chief said. Firemen controlled the blaze in about 35 minutes. Kich said. Carroll Markets ST. ANTHONY HOSPITAL Admissions— Anthony .James Vandcrheiden. Carroll Thomas S. VanderWoude, Sioux Falls. S. D. Herbert R. Najnanfiy. Wcstside Elvin Arcadia Mrs. Helena Jcntzen, Arcadia Mary Lou Peters. Carroll Mrs. Herman J. Meyers, Glidden Erwin J. limners, Arcadia Glen Halbur, Carroll Dismissals— Thomas Champion. Carroll Michael Trecker, Templeton Leo Butler, Glidden Mary Frances Killeen, Westsid Pearl Peters. Manning Mrs. Maude Sinkey, Jefferson Mrs. John Meister Sr., Carroll Mrs. Elvin C. Headlee, Coot Rapids Mrs. Arthur Vincent, Churdan Victor Schumacher, Carroll Mrs. John H. Olberding, Carrol Frank Hacker, Halbur Mrs. Wilbert Wuebfcer and baby Carroll GRAIN Soybeans, Corn, No. Oats No. 2 2 yellow $1.90 .91 .62 Chicago Grain These Markets Are Furnished by The Humphrey Grain Company Prcv. —„.. Low Close Close \\HEAT Dec. High 201% 205% 202 184 % COHN Doc. March May July OATS Dec. NED L. ALDERA Carroll County Agent for Life Investors of Iowa We Offer offering by prospectus only LIFE INVESTORS OF IOWA Life Investors is an investment firm incorporated by 23 prominent lowans. A limited number of shares at the original offering price of $2.50 each is available. Send coupon below for prospectus. NED L ALDERA 501 S. VINE ' Jefferson. Iowa Dial 6-3837 Name Address ... Julv RVfc Dec. March Mav July 117% 119% 75 74-j, 7274 65 '4 136 M, 139% 139 H 134 SOY BEANS Nov. 217% Jan. March LAUD Nov. Dec. 222% 225% 8.22 9.10 200% 204% 201 Vi 183% 310 114% 117 119 74% 72% 72% 65% 135% 139 137% 133 « 215 220 V t 224 200 V* 200% 204% 204% 2011/4 201% 111% 111 % 8.10 9.00 117% 119 tf 74% 74% 74% 72% 72% 65$ 135% 136 139 139% 138% 133% 134 216% 216% 221% 221% 225% 225% 8.10 9.00 200 "i 201 204% 204 *i 201U 183% 184 109% 309% 113% 114 116'A 118'.{ 118% 74% 73% 73% 74 72% 65% 135% 135% 139 138 133% MRS HUGO GRUNDMEIER Mrs. Hugo Grundmeier, 71, 1027 North Court Slreet, Carroll, died T at St. Anthony Hospital at 7 a.m. j Monday, Oct. 26, after a month's j illness. Death was caused by i cancer. Friends may call at the Huffman Funeral Home after 2 p.m. Tuesday. Services at 1:45 p.m. Thursday at the Funeral Home will be followed by rites at 2 p.m. at St. Panl's Lutheran Church, the Rev. Harold W. Kieck officiating. Burial will be in the family lot in the Manning cemetery. Mrs. Grundmeier, the former Anna Christina Mergele, was born Oct. 31, 1B87, at Renville, Minn., the daughter of George and Dorothea Mergele. She has been a resident of Carroll County since 1903. She married Hugo Herman Grundmeier at Manning Feb. 2, 1910. They have lived in Carroll for the past 35 years. Mrs. Grundmeier was a member of St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Surviving besides her husband are six children: Ralph H. Grundmeier, Manning; Harold H. Grundmeier, Carroll: Orrcn L. Grundmeier, Charles City: the Rev. Russell M. Grundmeier, Groton, S. D.; Mrs. Maurice L. (Marie) Dion, and Letha Grundmeier, Carroll; eight grandchildren; and two brothers, August Mergele, Taconite, Minn., and Anton Mergele, Manning. Mrs. Grundmeier was preceded in death by her parents, two brothers, George and William Mergele, and one sister, Marie. 214 214% 218% 219 222% 222% 8.25 9.10 Chicago Livestock CHICAGO (AP) — Butcher hog prices slipped as much as 50 cents a hundredweight Monday on the heaviest supply since last May. With 12,000 head on sale, only one lot of closely sorted 210 Ib mixed No. 1 and 2 grades brought the $13.75 top while other similar weights and grades moved at $13.40-13.60. The cattle supply of 26,000 head also was the largest since May but prices held steady for slaughter steers grading high choice and better. Some high choice to prime 1,1751,350 Ib steers brought $28.75-29.00 most choice and mixed choice prime $26.50-28.50. CHICAGO (AP) — (USDA) — Hogs 12,000; mixed grade 2-3 and mixed Is, 2s and 3s 190-230 Ib mtchers 13.00-13.25; Is and 2s nd mixed 1-2 200-220 Ibs 13.253.50; several lots Is and mixed -2 200-215 Ibs most sorted for rade 13.40-13.60; a 60-head lot closely sorted mixed 1-2 210 Ibs 13.75; mixed 2-3 and 3s 230-290 Ibs 12.50-13.00 with numerous sales 240 - 260 Ibs 12.75-12.85; mixed grade 1-3 180-195 Ibs in small supply unevenly 12.75-13.35; mixed grade 1-3 330-400 Ibs sows 11.2512.00; mixed grade 2-3 400-550 Ibs 110.25-11.25. Cattle 26,000; calves 200; slaughter steers steady to fully 25 lower; few loads of high choice to mostly prime 1,175-1,350 Ib steers 28.7529.00; bulk choice and mixed choice and prime steers 26.5028.50; good to low choice 24.5026.25; two loads high choice and prime 950-1,050 Ib heifers 26.75; good to high choice 23.50-26.25; utility and commercial cows 14.0018.00; canners and cutters 12.0016.00; utility and commercial bulls 20.00-22.75; few choice vealers 31.00; standard and good grades 25.00-30.00; cull and utility veal- ers 14.00-24.00. Sheep 2.000; slaughter lambs steady to strong; bulk good to choice 85-117 Ib wooled slaughter lambs 19.50-20.50 including 560 head strong choice 117 Ib lambs HENRY J. ARON Henry J. Aron, 80, a retired farmer and long-time resident of the Lidderdale community, died at 1:08 a.m. Monday, Oct. 26, at the family home north of Lidderdale. Mr. Aron had been ill the past several, weeks. Death was caused by a heart condition. The body is at the Huffman Funeral Home in Carroll where friends may call after 7 p.m. Monday. Funeral service will be Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 at the funeral home and 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lidderdale, of which he was a member. By request of the family, the casket will not be opened at the church. The Rev. William G. Landgraf, pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, will conduct the services. Burial will be in the family lot in Westlawn Cemetery, Glidden. Mr. Aron, the son of the Rev, John and Mary Aron, was born Aug. 5, 1879, at LaFayette, Ind. The family moved to eastern Iowa when he was a boy, coming to Carroll County when he was a young man. He was married to Martha Helmkamp April 27, 1904, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lidderdale. They moved to the present farm in 1920. Mrs. Aron died June 22, 1959. Surviving are the following children: Mrs. Carl (Hilda) Herman, Logan; Mrs. Lloyd (Len o r e) Church, Sioux City; Erma Aron, Ames; Mrs. Richard (Alta) Jones, Oakland; Mrs. Lee (Marion) Wagoner, Clarinda; and Herbert Aron, Lidderdale, He is also survived by 20.50; around 100 head choice 100105 Ibs 21.00; utility and good 14.00-19.50; double deck choice 90 b shorn lambs with No 2 pelts 19.75; a deck mostly good 123 Ib shorn yearlings with fall shorn pelts 16.50, cull to choice wooled slaughter ewes 3.00-4.00. JUTE PRODUCTION KARACHI, Pakistan (AP) — Production of Pakistan's jute mills has increased 40 per cent this year, according to the nation's jute king. G. M. Adamjee of Dacca in East Pakistan added that production would go up further by the end of 1959. He said new markets have been found in Australia and New Zealand. Official figures show 1958 production as 1,721,000 tons. LOW AS $2.00 <Pr. Exchange With Old Washer) For These ALL NEW Hamilton Automatic Washers and Dryers HURRY! NO DOWN PAYMENT REQUIRED IF YOU HAVE A TRADE-IN BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICI SPORRER'S Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. DeLoss H, Garrett were Mr, Garrett's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Dugan, Palmdale, Calif. They were en route to their home after visiting relatives at Hampton. A Colorado newspaperboy, who recently retired as a carrier to devote more time to college studies, accumulated a $3,300 savings account in eight years from his paper route earnings. Mrs. H. C. (Sophia) Schmitz Carroll — Age 68 ' Rosary 8:00 p. m. Monday by SS. Peter & Paul Rosary and Altar Society Solemn Requiem High Mass 9:30 a. m. Tuesday at SS. Peter & Paul Church Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Creteman, celebrant Final Resting Place Mt. Olivet Cemetery TWIT 111 grandchildren, four great-grand children and a brother John Aron I who lives in California. | MRS. If. C. (SOPHIA) SCHiMIT, I Members of the Rosary and Al i tar Society of SS. Peter and Pau j Church will recite (he rosary at I p.m. Monday at the Twit Funera Home for Mrs. H. C. 'Sophia Schmifz, a member of the Society who died at St. Anthony Hospita Friday night. Solemn requiem high mass wil. be at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday at SS Peter and Paul Church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Greteman as celebrant. Burial will be in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. Acting as pallbearers will be Joe H. Brincks Clarence Reineke, Ed Brincks, Clem Hoelschor. Marvin Pietig and Lloyd Venteicher. EVERETT C. CARLSON Everett Clifford Carlson, 75, 511';. North Main Street, died at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 24, after being in ill health for the past several years. Funeral services will be Tuesday morning at 10:30 a.m. at the Huffman Funeral home in Carroll. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys, pastor of the First Methodist Church, will conduct the services. Buridl will be in the Carroll Qity Cemetery. Mr. Carlson, retired, had been a harness maker at Anderson Bros. Halbur Party to Take PI ace of Trick or Treats' (Tlmci Hernia New* Servlco) HALBUR — To take the place of "tricks or treats," the llalbu Fire Department and St. An gustine's parish are co-sponsor ing a Halloween party for Hal bur youngsters Friday evening Oct. 30, in the school audito rium. There will be a movie for the children, treats for the young people, and prizes for the best and most original costumes, a: well as prizes for other contests n Carroll for 32 years. He was >orn July 2, 1884, at Ogden, a son of Oscar and Ida Carlson. He at- .ended school in Ogden, and came Lo Carroll in 1927. His marriage ,o Christine Crowe took place in arroll in 1907. He is survived by his wife and the ollowing children: Mrs. Gladys .acey, Harlan; Clyde Carlson and A. J, Carlson, Carroll; Russell arlson, Spencer; Arthur Carlson, Chicago; and James Carlson, Sioux ity; 23 grandchildren; four great- grandchildren; two sisters, Mrs. Bessie Johnson, Los Angeles, Calif., nd Mrs. Nellie Rosinc, Rome, )hio; and a brother, Fred Carlson. . Rose, Colo. His parents and ne brother William M. Carlson receded him in death. JN U.S. PREP SCHOOL , . . Cadet William A. Caldwell, son of Dick H. Caldwell, 506 Market St., Audubon has begun a lengthy period of academic work and physical training at the U. S. Military Academy Preparatory School, Fort Belvolr, Va. The school is a "stepping stone" for men who plan to attend the U.S. Military Academy or the U.S. Air Force Academy. He is a 1959 graduate of Audubon High School. (U.S. Army Photo) Schools are running full blast ovv, and again the teachers in ome rooms are making the little hings count. Census Questionnaires Being Sent to Farmers Questionnaires for the 1959 cen sus of agriculture are now in the mail and will be in the hands o Diane Tank Is Elected Moderator (Time* Herald NCWII Service) MANNING — The Junior Westminster Fellowship of the Presbyterian Church met Oct. 15. Diane Tank was elected moderator; Jacqueline Moore, vice moderator, and Joan Graves, stated clerk. Leaders are Mrs. Wade Mohr and Mrs. Gale Moore. Gloria Mohr »ave the lesson and a round ta)Ie discussion was led by the Rev. :'arl Sinning. The group decided o do oil painting following each meeting. The closing was led by Jacqueline Moore, and lunch serv- ;d by Gloria Mohr. A routine meeting of the Manling Chamber of Commerce was leld Thursday evening, Oct. 15. t was decided that the annual No- 'ember dinner of the chamber vould be postponed until April, vith membership cards as admis- ion to the dinner. The November meeting will feature a speaker who will tell of the operation of the Bureau system of Chambers. Carroll area farmers within a days, it was announced today by Acting Field Director Percy R, Millard of the Census Bureau's re« gional office at Kansas City. The farm census questionnaires are being mailed from Chicago, with the distribution timed so that the report forms will reach farmers about a week ahead of the date when census takers will begin the field canvass. The advance mailing is for the purpose of giving farm operators time to consult their records before filling in the answers required by the questionnaires and getting them ready for the census takers to pick up. This procedure is designed to insure greater accuracy of reporting and io save time both for the farmer and the census taker when the lat- '.er calls at the farm. The 1959 Census of Agriculture questionnaire is designed to provide information on the number and size of farms, acreage and larvest of crops, livestock produc- ion and inventories, selected farm acilities and equipment, selected arm expenditures, farm values, and mortgage debt. On the average, each farmer is asked about 00 questions, many of which can answered by simply checking 'yes" or "no." •J-**r ~— •» -^ ~**t if you're an old hand at roping bargains . . . shop LEATH \ NO! but who con tell Penney's Vinyl plastic jackets from the real thing? LOW PENNEY PRICE MEN'S PARKAS Water repellant! wind resistant! And plenty warm! Charcoal grey and olive drab. Sizes 38-48. LUXURIANT MEN'S SUBURBANS 75% wool, 15% nylon, 10% cashmere sub- urbans. Designed for comfort. Insulated against cold. Sizes 3646. v"/v casnmere s»r> 16.95 ma# SOLID BUY! 11',4-OZ. WHIPCORD JACKETS Extra rugged sanforized cotton in Penney's warm lined work jackets. 2 roomy side pockets. 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