Carrol Daily Times HeraldCarroll, IowaThursday, April 18, 1946

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Carrol Daily Times HeraldCarroll, IowaThursday, April 18, 1946 - Lohrville Club Holds Guest Day Meet; 55 Attend...
Lohrville Club Holds Guest Day Meet; 55 Attend Bert Lohr and Mrs. Earl Moore. Mrs. Thos. Burke and Mrs. Gerald Dial poured. Out-of-town guests besides those appearing on the program were Mrs. Hotchkiss and Mrs. Carver of Lake City. LOHRVILLE (THNS) The Woman's club met Friday afternoon in the Isenberg hall for their I annual guest day tea with 55 ire- sent. The afternoon's events were as follows: Welcome, Mrs. O. A. Pfc. Robert Cole returned home last week after receiving his honorable discharge from the service on April 2 at Camp Grant, 111. Pfc. Cole enlisted in the army and ...... hnd been serving three and one- Runquist; salute to the American half thc , nst and-a half flag; prayer, Mrs. Walter Sherer: iv prance. "Club Collect", Mrs. James Scollon; vocal solo, "Into thc Ni^ht". I Shirley Yeager of Farnhamville j accompanied by Dorothy Sherer; i lecture on "Glass, Old and New", I Mrs. G. S. Gartrell of Lake City; ! piano solo, "Concerto in A Minor", E. V. Orr arrived home Friday from McVay's hospital at Lake City where he spent two weeks as a patient. He is improving. , Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Morris and Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Morris were jby Grieg, Beverly Archer; eetuie guests of relatives and friends at ! by Mrs. Merle P. Braley of Man!son, president of County Federated | Women's clubs: vocal irio, "Deep i River" and "Allah's Holjd.iy", by ; Shirley Yeager, Joy Belle Sane ; and Lorinda Pearson of Farnham! ville, accompanied by Dorothy | Sherer. | Concluding the program, ;-efesh- I ments were served bv Mrs. D D. Gowrie and Callender on Sunday. ABOLISH FORTUNE TELLING LOS ANGELES, CALIF. (JP)-~ If the fortune tellers are rightly reading the stars, or palms, or teacups, what they see. isn't encouraging. County supervisors yesterday or- dered an ordinance to "unqualifi- i Fowler and her committee consist- edly abolish or declare illegal" all j ing of Mrs. Ruby Rossow. Mrs. ] forms of fortune telling. a

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