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Social Calendar Friday- Golden Circle Club, pinochle. 1:30 p.m. Saturday— j Golden Circle Halloween party. • 7:30 p.m. j Monday— I STOP Club. 7 p.m., hospital staff room League of Women Voters. 8 p.m., Mrs. Virgil Baumhover Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Gene Cross B.F.F. Club. Mrs. R. M. Tlirockmorton J.L.C, Club. Mrs. George J. Busohe I Delia Dck Club. Mrs. George, Marget Tuesday— j League of Women Voters, 9:30 j a.m.. Mrs. Fred Witt Enl.re Nous Club, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk Wednesday— W.S.C.S. general meeting, 2 p.m.. Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, 8 p.m., KC Hall Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant O.N.ti. Club, Mrs. Ted Krogh Kardcttes Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Thursday— Lutheran Women's Guild, 8 p.m. Rainbow Girls. Masonic Temple Clio Club. Burke Motor Inn Eight O'clock Club. Mrs. Felix La n gen f eld Jaycee-ett.es. Jaycee clubrooms N.B.C. Club. Mrs. Pat Mungon Spcla Kort Club. Mrs. LaRoy Comes Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Guy Jones Young Adults Club Halloween party. 9 p.m.. St. Joseph hall Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. G. W. Mueller. Country Club 1 1W-3W Club, Mrs. Donald Schechingcr Golden Circle Club, euchre, 7:30 p.m. H. H. Club, Mrs. William Sond- ge.ro th Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lambert ON COMMITTEE SIOUX CITY - Carolyn Meyers, freshman, and Dean Schechinger, junior at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, have been chosen to serve as members of the Student Development Committee on the campus here. Parents of the Carroll students are Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schechinger. 4 Tfme§ Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Oct. 27, 1967 Community Day Service at Lake City Tho T c CLUB a newly . 0 , LAKE CITY - All women of ga™cd group, met in the home the area are invited to the j of Mrs - Paul Tl ^ cs - Prize win " World Community Day observ-1 ncrs wcrc lhe hostess, Mrs. Walter Seyller and Mrs. Henry Steinkamp. Following the games Mrs. Tigges served lunch. Decorations for the evening party wore in keeping with Halloween. Mrs. Cyril Wessling will entertain next, Nov. 16. Mrs. Edward Wieland entertained the NEW DEAL Club in Many Clubs Met Thursday for Bridge Business & Professional Directory COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING A TAX SERVICE Tailored Especially for The FARMER, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL MAN Federal and State Tax Records of Iowa Carroll, Iowa Leo Loxterkamp Phone: 4209 W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Ceurthoute) Office 9782 Homt 2767 Community Credit Service Credit Reports, Investigations Collections Anywhere Dial 4371 208 West 5th CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 2630 R. F. BARBLS, D.D.S. L. B. WESTENDO_RF, D.D.S. Phone 2528 Phone 2630 R. J. FERLIC, M. D. 715 N. Adams - Carroll, Iowa (Cochran Building) Office Hours; 9 to 12 —1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 DR. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist Dial 3318 102 West 5th EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES-CHILDREN'S VISUAL PROBLEMS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED Contact Len»e$ — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) PHonC 9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES DR. REX A. HEESE Chiropractor By Appointment Phone 3402 814 N. Main St. Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 3161 5161/2 N. Adams St. Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 W«t 3rd St. Office —Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 James C. Smith ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516V 2 N. Adams Dial 3161 General Practice Taxes — Estates Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Appraisals Farm Management V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Home Calls Day or Night ance to be held at Woodlawn Christian Church here on Friday, Nov. 3, under sponsorship of the Lake City Church Women United. Mrs. Ethel Knudson, Lytton, will speak on the theme "Who Shall Separate Us?" following a 9 a.m. coffee hour. Mrs. Carl Vincent, president of the Lake City group, will preside at the service and there will be special music. Mrs. A. M. Short will be organist. Bridge Group Has Session Nine tables were in play at the Thursday morning session of the Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge Club at Tony's Restaurant. Luncheon was served following the games. Winning pairs were: North-South: Mrs. Louis Gnam and Mrs. H. A. Matt (1); Mrs. Harold Tuvell, Lake City, and Mrs. W. R. Ferguson, Gliddcn (2); Mrs. W. J. Leuer and Mrs. Harold Traner (3); Mrs. Ashton McCrary and Mrs. P. I. Colvig, Lake City (4). East-West: Mrs. G. W. Mueller and Mrs. Robert Kelly (1); Mrs. L. R. Chapman and Mrs. 0. H. Juergens (2); Mrs. Allen Stroh and Mrs. Edward Feld (3); Mrs. Lyle Arp, Manning, and Mrs. E. V. Hoffman, Tem- plcton (4). The next morning event will be on Nov. 9. Courtesy for Carol Meehan A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Carol Meehan was held in the home of her sister, Mrs. Kenneth Pudenz, whose co-hostess was Pat Meehan. Twenty-four guests attended the afternoon courtesy. The bride-elect's chosen colors of light blue and royal blue were featured in decorations on the gift table. Bunco was played, and after Miss Meehan had opened her gifts, lunch was served. Miss Meehan will become the bride of Ray Lenz of Lidder- M. R. TAN CRETl ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 4835 Metropolitan Life Building 206 West 7th Street dale on Nov. Church, Vail. 4 at St. Ann's Joint Reformation Service at Manning (Tliun« Ilcrnld News Nervier) MANNING — Members of the three Lutheran Congregations will gather in Manning on Sunday, Oct. 29, to celebrate the 450th anniversary of the Reformation. Taking part in the service a Zion Lutheran Church will be the Arcadia, Audubon Trinity and Manning churches. Pastors will be Revs. Theodore Tews Arcadia, C. G. Hattendorf, Au dubon, and E. F. Heinicke Manning. All hymns and specia music will be that written b; Martin Luther in the 16th Cen tury. The film "Martin Luther' will be shown at the meeting of the Zion Walther League next Thursday. 2for1 SALE HOOVHt CONVERTIBLE Jt Beofs, os it a* ** Ctoa* Upright Vacuum Best for Carpet Cleaning HOOVER CONSTELLATION The canister that offers more of what you want in a Tank Type —Best for Above the Floor Cleaning Petition for UCT Auxiliary Will be Filed A Ladies' Auxiliary of Carroll Council No. 543, United Commercial Travelers of America, was virtually assured after signatures were obtained on a petition Thursday night at a adies night dinner meeting of the UCT at the Legion club- ooms. Mrs. Lloyd Bridge of Storm Lake, grand conductress of the 4adles Auxiliary in Iowa, ad dressed the group on the pro- ect of a proposed auxiliary for he Carroll Council. The charter petition will be filed and i is anticipated that a charter will be granted, possibly before the end of this year. As part of the evening's entertainment, a "kangaroo court" was held to deal with alleged offenders against the "be nice to our ladies" theme of the evening. Prizes were awarded for games of "U.C.T." a form of bingo. Besides Mrs. Bridge and wives of members, a special guest was Mr. Bridge, grand junior counselor of the order. The next regular meeting of the U.C.T. is scheduled for Thursday night, Nov. 2, at the Standard Farm Center. A short business session will be followed by cards and coffee. A cash attendance prize will be offered. Past Matrons Elect Officers The Past Matrons Club of the Order of the Eastern Star met for dinner and election of officers Thursday night at the Derby Restaurant. Mrs. Oliver Demirig is the new president and Esther Juergens, vice president. Mrs. Wayne Harriott was re-elected secretary. A fall bouquet which centered the table for the 6:30 dinner was awarded later as a draw prize to Mrs. Deming. Court whist was played for entertainment. Winning high prizes at each of the four tables were Mrs. Harriott, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk, Miss Juergens and a guest, Mrs. Jessie Logan of Spencer. The group's next meeting will be in January. the afternoon at Pauline's Cafe. A Halloween theme was featured in table decorations when dessert and coffee were served. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joseph Wittry, Mrs. Louis Schoofs, Mrs. Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Donald O'Herron. On 9 the club will meet with Mrs. Schoofs. Mrs. Al Gute was hostess to POMPTAE SOMATEO Club members and one other guest, Thelma Winnike, in her home. Decorations for the d e s s e r t- bridge were in the Halloween motif. Mrs. Elmer Walz, Mrs Arthur HuLsing and Mrs. Albert Nagl received the score prizes Mrs. Lyle Thelen will have club next, Nov. 9. Another evening hostess was Mrs. Richard Nelson, who en- Diane Reicks tertained the .NEW BIDDERS Club in her home. Her guest other than club members was Mrs. Donald Nieland. Mrs. Jerry Nichols was awarded high score prize and Mrs. Roy Olson, low. The next party will be Nov. 30, with Mrs. Nichols as hostess. Mrs. LeRoy Vial entertained the her FINESSETTES-8 Club in Personal Paragraphs Feather Party, Lidderdale Holy Family Parish Hall. Sunday, Oct. 29, 8:00 p.m. Adm. $1.00. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dennis and sons David and Roger re• Holdup (Continued From Page 1) Diane Reicks to Present Organ Recital Diane Reicks, daughter o! Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reicks of Carroll, will present an organ I "luffs, an attendant at an Oma- hand in his pocket and told the employes, "This is a stickup, and I'm not kidding." He said the bandit then shoved three red shopping bags into the office enclosure and ordered, "Fill 'em uo." Mrs. Pfeiffer said she picked uo one bag and emptied all the currency from the money drawer at the bank's drive-in window into it. Fleming, meanwhile, put the contents of another cash drawer into another bag, and the two were turned over to the man, who then fled. L»e Smith, 36, of Council HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. AUXILIARY MEETING (Times Herald JNi-ws Service) LAKE CITY — The Auxiliary of Stewart Memorial Hospital will meet at tl\e community building here at 9:30 a.m. Thursday, Nov. 2. A coffee hour will precede the meeting, and the board will meet at 9 a.m. Material will be available for hospital sewing and making puppets. New officers will be in charge, including Mrs. Von Pierce, president; Mrs. Herbert Doty, vice president; Mrs. Don Green, recording secretary; Mrs. Frank Mclntire, corres ponding secretary; and Mrs. Frank Kirsch, treasurer. NOW SHOWING . . . THRU TUESDAY! A Superb bit of Fun that really fractures the Funny- Bone! Fast, Funny and Clean Something for every age home, with Mrs. Brian Bruner as an additional guest for the evening. The prize for honors went to Mrs. Ewald Stock. Mrs. Dean Bledsoe won high score prize and Mrs. Alan Evenson, low. The hostess served pumpkin pie and coffee at the close of the games. Mrs. John Bruner will have the next party, Nov. 16. All members were present when Mrs. George- Grouse entertained the JOKERS Club in her home. She used a Halloween theme in party decorations and served lunch following cards. Mrs. Dennis Snyder was awarded high score prize; Mrs. William Baumhover, second; and Mrs. Llewellyn Ryan, traveling. On Nov. 9 the club will meet with Mrs. Dwight Fiscus. Mrs. Phil Dennis was hostess to T.E.G. CLUB members and one other guest, Mrs. M. F. Sernett, in her home Thursday evening. Prizes went to Mrs. Lambert Thelen, high; Mrs. Earl Connors, second; and Mrs. Steve Garbier, traveling. Dessert and coffee were served. Halloween decorations were Featured. The next meeting, Nov. 9, will be at Mrs. Fred Deierling's. Meeting in the home of Mrs. James Buchholz were members of.the BRIDGETTES Club. Winning prizes for the evening were Mrs. Dale Textor, high, and Mrs. James Kratoska, second. The hostess served dessert and coffee. Mrs. Bill Burgess will entertain next, Nov. 9. Mrs. Betty Hoehl used an autumn theme in entertaining the 2-4-T CLUB in her home. Mrs. Orville Reiman was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. A. W. Smith, second; and Mrs. 1 Lewis Voyles, traveling. Lunch was served at the dining table. Mrs. Leonard Schechinger will have club next, Nov. 9. Meeting in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Auen were TRIPLE C Club members and one other guest, Mrs. Dale Petersen. High score prize was won by Mrs. Howard Drees; low, by Mrs. Elmer Nees. A gift was presented to Mrs. Petersen. Mrs. Auen served dessert and coffee, carrying out the Halloween theme. The Nov. 9 meeting will be in the home of Mrs. Andy Carruthers. Mrs. Richard Boyd was hostess for the Q-3-TU CLUB party in her home Thursday night, with Mrs. Patrick Lehman as her additional guest. Mrs. Robert L. Petersen received high score prize; Mrs. Bruce Fuller, second; and Mrs. Daniel Sullivan, traveling. Mrs. Boyd used a Halloween theme in serving lunch. On Nov. 7 the group will meet at Mrs. Steve Farner's. recital at 2 p.m. Sunday at SS. Peter and Paul Church. An eighth grade pupil at Holy Spirit School, she is a student of Miss Louise Florencourt. She will perform on the Schuelke pipe organ, which was built for and installed in the church in 1892. The recital will be followed by benediction of the blessed sacrament with the Very Rev. Leo Lenz, V. F., pastor, as celebrant. The public is invited to attend both the recital and the reception which will be held at Holy Spirit cafeteria. The program will Include "Prelude and Fugue in E Minor" (J. S. Bach), "Von Himmel Hoch Da Komm' Ich .Her" (J. Pachelbel), "Paraphrase" (Second Mode) (Josef Jorish), "Invention V" (Herman Strategier), "Prelude" ("Ver- bum Superbum") (Flor Peeters), "Pezze Piccoli" (finale) (Herman Schroeder.) Altar Society Meeting Held ROSELLE — The monthly meeting of Holy Angels Altar Society was held in the parish hall here Tuesday night with Mrs. Lambert Hackfort, president, presiding. After the opening prayer, Mrs. Harold Reiman, church community chairman, led in recitation of the rosary. Reporting on the recent D.C.C.W. meeting held in Carroll were Mrs. Andrew Hoffman, Mrs. ha "Prkin<? lot, said he had snot- ted the car used bv the bandit on the street and recognized it as one reported missing earlier in the dav from the narking Int. SmHh said he had followed the car in an effort to get a look at the driver and saw it stop at the bank. He said he watched the driver enter the bank, and a few minutes later saw the same man. this tirne wearing a mask, jumn into the car and soeed east through a grocery store parking lot. J.r-1 »)J» (Continued From Page 1) Harold Eich and Mrs. John Behrens. Mrs. Joe Seidl gave For expert developing and W. PRINIING&DEMEIOPING Cent. NlBhtly from 7 P. M. . . . Sunday from 1:15 P. M. . A printing of your films 9 ' bring them to SERNETT'S. Special Offer FREE FILM the card report. Announcement was made of the November; clothing drive. The Rev. Richard Macke spoke and the meeting closed with a hymn. Mrs. Melvin Sibbel received the draw prize. Lunch was served by Mrs. Paul Willenborg, Mrs. Ray Sibbel, Mrs. Luvern Steffes, Mrs. Harold Reiman, Mrs. Norbert R e n z e, Mrs. Lawrence Behrens, Mrs. Joe Overmohle and Mrs. Norbert Kirsch. Bridal Shower At Westside JoAnn Ohde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ohde of Carroll, was guest of honor at a prenuptial shower in the Arthur Schoessler home at Westside. Hostesses were her aunts, Mrs. E. A. Bruggeman of Arcadia; Mrs. Clarence K r a c h t, Coon Rapids; and Mrs. Schoessler. Guests were about 30 relatives. Those from a distance included Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kracht, Coronado, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Schoessler and Carla Jean, Omaha; Sharon Ohde, Minneapolis; and Paulette Kracht, Des Moines. Several games were played after which Miss Ohde's sisters, Sharon, Maureen and Roxanne, assisted her in opening her miscellaneous shower gifts. The hostesses served lunch. The gift table, covered with a white cloth, featured gold bows and streamers, wedding bells and a bridal centerpiece with gold candles. It had been decorated by Miss Kracht. Miss Ohde's marriage to Donald A. Bilunas will take place Nov. 4 in the First Presbyterian Church at Carroll. cial manager, welcomed the guests. The program followed a social hour and steak dinner. Guests included: From IPS — Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Raun, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Kane, Scott Phelps, Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Raymond, Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Swanson, Mr. and Mrs. Mark F. Gardner, Mr. and Mrs. Del Stone, John Cleghorn, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Corporen, Bob ThompsonV John Carlson, all of Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Schogren, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Menke, W. J. Keenan, all of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Swanson, Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Sprock, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Petersen, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Mait- teson, Rockwell City. Others —> Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reitz, Martin J. Maher, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Collison, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mayr, Neil Trobak, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gar lock, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Max Neller, Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Buckley, Rockwell City; Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Magill, Vail; Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lyon, Schleswig; Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs, Day Hacke, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lange, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. P. I. Colvig, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Minglin, Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Barnes, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. John T. Wade, Soldier; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Quinlin, Breda and Mrs. Marie Frederick, Exira. cently visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Dennis at Coleridge, Neb. En route home they stopped in Sioux City for a visit with Mrs. Dennis' mother, Mrs. Frank McCoy. A-2c and Mrs. Roger Barth came Friday morning for a week's visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rose. Airman Barth, who has a 15-day furlough, has been stationed at Chanute Air Force Base, 111., for the last eight weeks. Before coming to Carroll the couple visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Barth, at Charles City. At the conclusion of his furlough they will go to Great Falls, Mont., where he will be stationed at Malstrom Air Force Base. Mrs. H. A. Hartinger has returned to her home at St. Paul, Minn., following a visit here with her brother-in-1 aw and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman. The Huffmans took her to Des Moines Wednesday and she left by plane from there. While in Des Moines they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fowler and children Pamela and Stephen. Additional dinner guests in the Huffman home Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huffman, Mark, Melissa and Matthew of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ortner are expecting as weekend guests Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tobin Jr. and daughter Bridget of St. Louis, Mo.; T. Sgt. Lyle Ortner, Kansas City, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ortner and son Tim of Omaha. The Tobins will leave Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tobin Sr., at Mitchell, S. D., for several days and expect to return here for another visit with her parents on their way back to St. Louis. * Johnson-Diaz (Continued From Page 1) States in eight years. President Johnson, raising his I Saturday Matinee 2 P.M. A free roll of replacement film with each roll developed. This offer good on _ Black & White or Kodo- 2 color film only. A SERNETT'S * Production (Continued From Page 1) MUTUAL FUNDS CHANNING GROWTH CHANNING BALANCED CKANNING INCOME CHANNING STOCK CHANNING SPECIAL Charming Co Inc. P.O. Box 1350 BATTLE CREEK, MICH. Representatives Theo. W. Happe Orville J. Murphy Carroll, Iowa get payments oixland they held out of production. Freeman said the. payments on idled land above the 20 per cent they would be required to divert from production will average about $47 an acre. The feed grain program is in line with an earlier-announced wheat program for next year calling also for a reduced acreage because of government-encouraged overproduction this year. Of the major crops subject to mandatory or voluntary controls, only in cotton will an increase in production be sought next year. The cotton surplus no longer exists. glass in a champagne toast, said: "May the peace and friendship which unites our 'nations be a symbol to others of how nations should conduct themselves." The two presidents are celebrating the final ceremonials of the Chamizal Treaty through which the two nations peacefully settled a 105-year-old border dispute. Before Diaz Ordaz entertains President and Mrs. Johnson tonight at a dinner in the Mexican Embassy, the two heads of state will witness formal signing of a treaty transferring the small strip of land known as El Chamizal—the thicket—from Texas to the Mexican state of Chihuahua. El Chamizal was carved out of Mexico by a southward shift in the course of the Rio Grande River in 1852. Its restoration to Mexico ends negotiations begun in 1963 by President John F. Kennedy and Mexican President Adolfo Lopez Mateos. Johnson and Diaz Ordaz are scheduled to take part Saturday in ceremonies at El Paso, Tex., commemorating the peaceful conclusion of the land dispute. The Interagency Committee on Mexican-American Affairs opened a hearing Thursday in El Paso as a prelude to Saturday's ceremonies. The first day of hearings erupted into charges that those invited to testify were not representative of the Southwest's Mexican-Americans. Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey is slated to address the hearing today, stopping off briefly en route to Southeast Asia where he'll spend eight days on a three-nation tour. • The formal White House dinner party for Diaz Ordaz and his wife, with 190 guests, was the biggest since early this year and had a celebrity-studded turnout, including Mexico's famous actor Cantinflas and American, diplomatic, political and theatrical personalities, among them actress Merle Oberon who lives in Acapulco, Mexico. PUBLIC MEETING MANNING - A public meeting to discuss the low rent housing issue that will appear on the Nov. 7 ballot in Manning, will be held at the VFW Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2. Board of directors of the low Rent Housing Agency, 0. R. Fink, Dr. W. D. Felker, Laverne Olsen, Robert Campbell and Warren Puck, will explain to those attending the meeting the p u r p o s e of the housing project for the aged, how it is financed, and other aspects of interest to the public. MOVE TO DEN (SON Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dorpinghaus and children B r e n d a, Jeanette, Jerry and Sharon Marie are moving this weekend to Denison, where they have purchased a new home in the Fort Purdy Hills subdivision. Mr. Dorpinghaus was named manager of Sally's furniture store in Denison Sept. 1. The family has lived in the downstairs apartment at 620 North Carroll Street for two years. They are members of St. Lawrence parish. Brenda is in first grade at St. Lawrence School and Jeanette is a kindergarten pupil at Carroll Public School.