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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Carroll, Iowa Daily record court House new vehicles registered Dorothy l. Henning Breda Chevrolet Harry g. Karstens Manning Dodge and Daniel l. Moore Carroll Chevrolet. Real estate transfers Louis r. And Betty j. Gale Tich to Anthony b. And Loretta m. Greving lot 2, Block 3, subdivision out lots pm a i and a Heim s add. To Carroll. Evelyn and Edward Smith to Richard Scott lots 19 and 20, Block 24, Lidderdale. Justice court Harry Hagge jail sentence Sidney a. Webb 48, Carroll sentenced saturday to five Days in the county jail on assault and Battery charge. The defendant was arrested by City police following an altercation in his residence. And left Side of the westbound Hagerty car were damaged. No injuries were reported. Hospitals car District court jurors excused Petit jurors drawn for the third Quarter of District court who were scheduled to appear tuesday morning have been excused from further jury service by order of judge David Harris Jefferson it was announced monday. Police court f. M. Rombough traffic fines Randolph m. Vonnahme Carroll violation restricted License $10 Ronald d. Silbaugh Ralston following too close $10 Merle w. Wernimont Carroll careless driving $10 John m. Peterson Carroll careless driving $10 Kathy k. Hamble Ilion Carroll right of Way $5 Frank r. Summerline Carroll Stop sign $15 Richard a. Eischeid Carroll careless driving $10 William h. Loneman oar Roll information and Aid $25 Morris m. Heithoff Carroll careless driving $10 James m. Knott Carroll careless driving $10 Donna r. Jentzen Carroll Speed $9 and Jan Hamers Carroll Stop Light $10. Police department 2 cars collide cars driven by James b. Thielen 25, and by Earl c. Hagerty 70, both of Carroll were in collision at the intersection of Crawford and 10th Street at 12 30 . Saturday. The front st. Anthony Hospital dismissals sept. 26 mrs. Lena m. Ranniger Roll Deborah s. Burgart Carroll Robert c. Wurr Manning Willie Kunecke Carroll Leo m. Barrett Dedham Jon a. Williams Carroll Howard Blackley Ralston Ann l. Kasperbauer Carroll mrs. Joseph b. Frenking Carroll mrs. Helen e. Baumhover Carroll mrs. Genevieve e. Kanne Carroll birth or. And mrs. Dale Bueltel Manilla a son bom sept. 21 at Crawford memorial Hospital. Carroll markets Grain soybeans no. 2$2.61 Corn no. Oats 2 yellow .1.27 .62 Chicago Grain these markets Are furnished by the Humphrey Grain company wheat. 169% 168% 169%172% 171 % 172%170 168% 169% 159% 157% 159 a dec. March May. July. Corn dec. March May _ july Oats dec. March ------151% 156% 1 80k 159 161 so nov Jan. March Beans 80% 78 288% 293%, 298 a soy bean meal oct. 80.90 dec. _ 78.75 Jan. _ 78.50 150% 155% 158% 160 80% 80% 77% 286% 291% 296% 80.20 78.50 78.00 151% 156 i 159% 160% 80% 80% 77% 287 292% 297 a 80.50 78.55 78.40 Schoofs Boyces at act meetings or. And mrs. Louis Schoofs and or. And mrs. Lawrence Boyce All of Carroll attended two grand Counselor night programs Over the weekend. Or. Schoofs grand Counselor of Iowa United commercial travellers of America is making his official visitations to each Council in Iowa at this time. Or. Boyce is grand chaplain. Mrs. Schoofs is grand Sentinel of the ladies auxiliary. The programs at fort Dodge Friday and Iowa Falls saturday each featured a banquet followed by entertainment. Livestock markets Chicago a Slaughter steers and heifers were weak to 50 cents lower at the Chicago stockyards monday. Receipts totalled 8,500 cattle. There were not enough sheep of any one class on hand to permit a fair test of the Market Chicago Apuada cattle 8,500 Slaughter steers and heifers weak to mostly 25 lower instances 50 lower on steers prime 1,225-1,375 la Slaughter steers yield Grade and 4 32.00-32.50 High Choice and prime 1,150-1,350 lbs 31.00-32.00 Choice 1,150-1,350 lbs yield Grade 2 to 4 29.50-31.00 Choice 950-1,150 lbs 29.25-30.50 mixed Good and Choice 1,000-1,150 lbs 28.50-29.50 Good 26.50-28.50 most prime 1,000 la Slaughter heifers 29.25 High Choice and prime 925-1,000 lbs 28.50-29.00 Choice 800-1,000 lbs yield Grade to 4 27.50-28.75 mixed Good and Choice 750-900 lbs 26.75-27,-75 Good 25.75-26.75. Sheep none no Market test Des Moines aus a Iowa Southern Minnesota direct hogs estimated receipts 95,000 fairly Active demand Good butchers fully 25 lower instances 50 lower . 1-3 210-230 lbs 19.00-19.75, few 20.00, 230-250 lbs 18.50-19.50 sows steady to 25 lower . 1-3 270-330 lbs 16.50-17.50, 330-400 lbs 16.00-17.00. Sioux City aus a hogs 9,009 butchers steady to 25 lower . 1-3 195-240 lbs 19.75-20.00 sows steady to weak . 1-3 330-380 lbs 17.00-18.00. Cattle 8,500 steers not established limited sales heifers steady to weak Choice 900-1,050 a heifers 27.25-28.25. Sheep 1,100 not established. Omaha a hogs 10,500 butchers weak to mostly 25 Ower 1-3 200-240 lbs 19.75-20.25 sows weak to 25 lower 290-650 is 15.50-18.25. Cattle 1,000 calves 100 steers weak to 25 lower heifers steady to 25 lower Choice steers 28.50-29.50 Choice heifers 26.25-28.25. Sheep 1,700 shorn lambs steady wooled Spring lambs steady to Strong instances 25 higher Choice and prime Spring lambs 28.25 Choice and prime wooled 27.00-27.75. It has been estimated that there Are 60 million Homes in the United states today. Deaths funerals times Herald Carroll Iowa monday sept. 28, \$70 mrs. Emma Mccuen Audubon mrs. Emma Mccuen 84, died wednesday at Audubon county memorial Hospital. Mrs. Mccuen was born dec. 8, 1885, in Oxford la., the daughter of Peter and Rose Schwab. She moved to Greeley township in Audubon county at an Early age and lived Al her life Here except for one year immediately after her marriage. She was married to Ralph Mccuen at Exira on March 21,1909. Survivors include four daughters mrs. Frank Helen Nort Hup of Swink colo., mrs. Guy Maxine Anderson of Rocky Ford colo., mrs. Clifford Alsace Madsen of Weyerhaeuser wis., and mrs. Verle Phyllis Jensen of Audubon two sons Ray of Exira and Glen of Leroy 111 a sister mrs. Mary Wells of Audubon two Brothers John Schwab of Audubon and Edward Schwab of Waukee la. She was preceded in death by her husband Ralph in 1955, and a son Ross in 1949. Funeral services were held Friday in first United methodist Church the Rev. Harvey g. Quandt officiating. Burial was in Arlington Heights cemetery under direction of Mcfadden funeral Home. Railsback of Audubon and he in Hootman of Fairfield la. Military funeral services and burial were in san Diego saturday. John i. Hootman Audubon John i. Hootman 53, former Audubon plumber died in a naval Hospital at san Diego oalif., last thursday following a Long illness a Ord has been received Here. He was born at Farmington la., on june 9, 1917, the son of Clyde and Mary Hootman. He came to Audubon Ait the age of three months and was a graduate of Audubon High school. He served in the Navy in world War ii and then was employed As a plumber Here after the War. He operated his own plumbing business for a time and then reentered the Navy serving until he retired several years ago. Or. Hootman was a member of the masonic Lodge and while in Audubon belonged to the veterans of foreign wars. He had been in ill health five years. Survivors include his wife the former loue Lia Emerson of Audubon three daughters Julia Kay Mary Lou and Joan All of san Diego two sons David and James both of los Angeles Calif. Three grandchildren his Mother mrs. Mary Kruse of Audubon two Sisters mrs. Tom Sis free Yard Sticks a to free balloons and Candy for the kids by 19?1 lie Lisp i "7, Coffee or donuts will be served both tuesday and wednesday free drawing for several More prizes John Whaley / Chevrolet f inc. Junction of highways 30 & 71, Carroll Iowa \ am John w. Jorgensen Audubon funeral serv ices were held at 2 . Saturday in our Saviour s lutheran Church in Audubon for John w. Jorgensen 74, Viola township Farmer who died thursday in Audubon county memorial Hospital after a Long illness. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated and burial was in Maple Grove cemetery under direction of the Mcfadden funeral Home. Mrs. Art Lauritsen was organist and Wayne Hansen soloist. Pallbearers were Norman Scott Niel Christensen Ronald Christensen James Jorgensen Harris Jorgensen and Thomas Van Hon. Or. Jorgensen was born at Jacksonville la., on aug. 31, 1896, the son of Hans and Christine Pedersen Jorgensen. He was baptized As an infant in Bethlehem lutheran Church at Jacksonville and on april 14, 1912 was confirmed in the same Church. He transferred his membership to our Saviour s lutheran Church Here in 1955. His marriage to Bessie Nielsen took place nov. 22, 1922 in Jacksonville. They Farmed in Shelby county until 1955 when they moved to a farm in Viola township in the Northeast part of Audubon county. Or. Jorgensen had been in poor health about five years. Survivors include his wife Bessie two daughters mrs. Jerome Mary Lou Kelly of Harlan and mrs. Alton Rosalind Dale of Audubon three Isons John jr., and Daniel both of Audubon and Philip of Humboldt 17 grandchildren three Sisters mrs. Eleanore Van Hon of Des my Ines mrs. L. J. Petersen of Kimballton and mrs. Gordon Sorensen of Harlan one brother Jens p. Jorgensen of Cedar Falls. He was preceded in death by one brother Harold and two grandchildren. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Betty Robinson of Kansas City a son Leland Nicoll Gates Mills Ohio four grandchildren six great grandchildren a brother Frank Patterson Grandfield okla. And a sister mrs. Elizabeth Fullerton Oklahoma City okla. Mrs. Herman Gotch mrs. Herman Elva Gotch 86, former resident of Carrol and Manning died sunday morning sept. 27, at it. Pleasant where for the last several years she had resided at the . Sisterhood s Sarah Porter Beckwith Home. Funeral arrangements Are pending at the Ohde funeral Home Manning. Her daughter mrs. Lawrence Marjorie car Rig of Cedar rapids survives. Wayne Whiting tires a could a news service Lake City funeral services for Wayne Whiting 59, of Portland Oregon former lanes Boro resident were held saturday at 2 . At the Huffman memorial Chapel in Lake City. Rev. Donald Roberts officiated. Mrs. Stephen Huffman was soloist mrs. John Mapel organist. Pallbearers were Earl Lasher Lloyd Piatt William Hested Delmar Clary Raymond Jorgensson and Ralph holler. He died sept. 22 at Portland of a heart attack. He is survived by his wife three stepdaughters one sister and one brother. Stocks Drift lower in moderate action mrs. Lena Nicoll mrs. Lena Nicoll 72, of Kansas City Kan., a former Carroll businesswoman died sept. 25 at Terrace Garden nursing Home at Olathe Kan. She and her husband the late c. W. Nicoll owned and operated the Davis paint store for several years in Carroll. Services were scheduled for 1 30 . Monday at the Fulton Nickel funeral Home Kansas City with burial there at it. Moriah cemetery. Mrs. Nicoll was born in Chillicothe to. She lived in Kansas City for 52 years and in Carroll for ten years. She was a member of the c e n t r a 1 Christian Church Kansas City and of the Rebekah Lodge and Eastern Star chapter at Carroll. Up to 25% off appliances stereos to s and we handle Admiral Westinghouse Roper Hamilton Kitchen Aid Motorola and Gibson Amana Homelike dealer Chain saw Val spar paint Over 1000 colors to choose from. Paint discounts up to 30% we Are a Complete hardware phone 659-3494 d and j hardware and appliance Glidden Iowa Bobby Hastings Carroll relatives have received word of the death of Bobby Hastings Liz son of or. And mrs. Bill Hastings of 10135 s. E. Center Clackamas Ore. The child died of accidental drowning near his Home sept. 19. Funeral rites were held wednesday at Portland Ore. In addition to his parents Bobby is survived by three Brothers Billy Johnny and Mark and his grandparents or. And or. Henry Schwabe of Carroll and or. And mrs. John Hastings of Oregon. His Mother is the former Janet Schwabe of Carroll. New York a Stock Market prices continued to Drift lower today in moderately Active trading. By noon the Dow Jones average which had declined steadily since the open was Down 5.95 to 755.82. On the new York Stock Exchange declines widened their Lead Over advances to just less than 3 to 2. Analysts said that prices were being forced lower by profit taking on the gains of last week. One hopeful Factor in today s decline they noted was that As prices declined volume slackened. Though trading was moderately Active today it ran far behind Friday s frenzied Pace. The Basic atmosphere of the Market brokers said was still positive and that thermally started last week has further to go. The current Retreat they said was Only a breath catching pause. Brokers said that Many Small investors seemed to have taken to the sidelines and that institutional investors seemed to be carrying the Ball. The new York Stock Exchange reported 13 Block trades of 10,000 shares of More during the morning. Analysts said that the Mutual funds were readjusting their portfolios prior to the end of the third Quarter. Analysts also cited the August decline in the government s Index of leading economic indicators. This reverses july s Rise. Most Industry groups were mixed. Tobaccos chemicals metals motors and steels were generally lower. Utilities were generally higher. Fred Textor Coon rapids Fred Tex Tor 88, of Coon rapids a retired grocer died Here Early sunday sept. 27, at the Thomas rest Haven. Funeral services will be held at 10 30 . Tuesday in the United methodist Church Coon rapids with burial in Coon rapids cemetery. The Rev. James Buikema will officiate. Arrangements Are in charge of the Mason funeral Home Coon rapids. Or. Textor was born March 27, 1882, on a homesteaded farm in Audubon county. He was a grocer Here for about 30 years until his retirement. He was a member of the methodist Church in which he served in various capacities including superintendent of the sunday school for about 20 years and As a Lay Leader. Surviving Are four children mrs. Maurine Bruhn Racine wis. O. H. Textor Coon rapids the Rev. Paul Textor Hor Nick and Keith Textor Ard Sley n. Y. Also 12 Gnand Chitren eight great grandchildren a brother Brian Textor of Des Moines and two Sisters mrs. Orrie Pearl Cretsinger Bayard and mrs. Myrtle Lutcavish Mason City. Or. Textor s wife Jessie died in 1941. Two Brothers Archer and George Textor also preceded him in death. Mrs. Mary olberding mrs. Mary a. Olberding 82, of Carroll died about 3 . Saturday sept. 26, at st. Anthony nursing Home where she had been a resident since july 1968. She had been ill for two weeks. Requiem mass will be celebrated at 10 30 . Tuesday at holy spirit Church by the very Rev. Leo Lenz v. F. Interment will be in our lady of it. Car Mel cemetery it. Carmel. Friends May Call at the twit funeral Home in Carrol after 2 . Monday. Rosaries monday Are scheduled of 3 . By the legion of Mary 8 and 8 45 . Mrs. Olberding was a daughter of Anton and Elizabeth to Horst Hoelscher. She was born sept. 16, 1888, at Arcadia and received her schooling at Arcadia. She was a member of holy spirit Church and women s Guild and of the legion of Mary. Surviving Are seven stepchildren Melvin olberding Omaha mrs. Reo Cyrillia Miles Auburn mrs. Richard Alma Schulte Des Moines Luvema Orville and Merle olberding Carroll and Eugene olberding of Auburn also 34 grandchildren 28 great grandchildren and a brother Henry Holescher of Manning. Mrs. Olberding was preceded in death by her husband a Stepson Wayne olberding three Brothers Clem Frank and Joe Hoelscher and three Sisters mrs. Anna Dentlinger Magdalene and Josephine Hoelscher.  Nixon continued from Page 1 very proud of being americans. They never lost their their slogans were thumbs up and they had no complaints about what happened he added. The president spoke to reporters briefly on the ramp of the plane that was to take the hostages nonstop Home to new York. Nixon spoke of what he said was a dilemma faced by his administration and other officials trying to gain release of the hostages. He said that while helping to obtain their release it was not possible to move in with massive Force for fear of hurting them. While we showed great Power we also showed great restraint Nixon added. He called this a landmark Case that would influence american foreign policy in the future. His meeting with Sara Gat began Only hours after cars belonging to . Military men at two italian bases were set afire a remainder of the scattered violence that accompanied Nixon s second visit to this nato nation in 18 months. Infant baptized Rusty Francis gute infant son of or. And mrs. Jerome gute of Carroll was baptized sunday at holy spirit Church by the very Rev. Leo Lenz v. F. Or. And mrs. Lavem gute were sponsors. He was born sept. 14 at the University Hospital in Iowa City. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. George gute of Carroll and or. And mrs. Leo Koenig of Halbur. Rusty s Brothers Are Ricky and Ronnie. Mrs. Gute entertained with a Coffee at her Home following the baptismal. The weather the weather in Carroll daily temperatures Courtesy of Iowa Public service company yesterday s High 69 yesterday s Low 39 at 7 . Today47 at 10 . Today65 Iowa fair forecast and a Little warmer warmer through tuesday. Lows monday night in the 40s. Highs tuesday 77-83. Weather a year ago High temperature a year ago today in Carroll was 75 the Low 52 degrees. Six fathers and 10 mothers lived to see their sons take office As president. Mrs. Anna r. Olberding age 82 Carroll friends May Callot the twit funeral Home starting at 2 . Monday. Rosary at 3 . Monday by the legion of Mary Rosary at 8 and 8 45 . Monday requiem mass 10 30 . Tuesday at holy spirit Church very Rev. Leo Lens v.f., officiating. Final resting place it. Carmel cemetery it. Carmel Iowa. Twit 1800 head annual yearling steer Sale at the ranch october 5, 1970 Load lots Angus herefords Black Whiteface 650-800 pounds o John Drayton & son Phona 402 376-2121 Wood Lake Nebr a a

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