Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 3, 1957 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1957
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Sainf Joseph's Guild Has Its July Meeting Thirty-Hve members of the Sen-! Guests were the Rt, Rev. Msgr. ior Immaculata Guild of St. Jo-|p. x. Lynch and the Rev. Robert seph's T Church attended t he | Thiele both of whom spokc a(ter group s July potluck supper in the ' y parish hall Tuesday evening. An! su PP er ' Ms « r - L y" ch read «" on 8" Independence Day motif was used< inal poem. Pictures of his golden in the table decorations. Chairmen of the supper committee were Mrs. John A. Drees and Mrs. Lucy Rothmeyer. Mrs. Eulberg Entertains for Mrs. C. G. Klein poem jubilee were on display. • * * The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Lampe, prefect. She read the names of members who are ill, suggesting that other members send cards to them. * * * The remainder of the evening was spent at the card tables. Mrs Mrs. Frank Eulberg gave an j Mike O'Connell won the high score afternoon party at her home Tues-i prize and Mrs. Laura Finegan, day. honoring Mrs. C. G. Klein [ low who is moving next week to Green-\ Xhe door prize went to Miss Calville. Ohio, where the Kleins have: He Drees, bought a home. 1 * * * After cards were plaved, dessert . ••..•nun. and coffee were served Bouquets! ™ e ™ ^ ** ^ of garden flowers centered the da * m * ht ' Au «- 6 three tables. * * * Miss Phyllis Young, who teach- Mrs. Eulberg presented a gift toies commercial subjects in Carroll each guest. (High School, has gone to New Attending the courtesy with Mrs. York City, where she has been Klein were Mrs. Leo Schueller, accepted for a six-week work-ex- Mrs. Lester Riesberg, Mrs- Or- perience program in business edu- ville Baker, Mrs. W. C. Mulry, cation at Columbia University, be- Mrs. Bill Evans, Mrs. Lloyd | ginning July 8. The six-week per- Tlmot Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, July 3, 1957 Lynch, Mrs. B. H. Walden. Mrs R. J. McMahon, Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. Wilber Walkup and Mrs. Louis Greteman. iod will be divided between class sessions and fulltime work in business offices in the New York area. ~" BRING HOME COLOR SLIDES Of Your Trip With Brownie Starflex Camera New Brownie Cameras KK«CT ton SUMMER SNAPSHOTS! A No r Oo. Storflosh Camera Ogg Starflex Camera *9?J LOWEST PRICES EVER Brownie Hawkeye Camera World':, most popular camera SYLVANIA STANDARD BASI FLASH BULBS As Lew 14C Each EASTMAN KODAK FILM All Sizts Bring them here for finishing. Black and White or Color. $1.25 VALUE Absorbine Jr. 89c REG. 85c VALUE Bourne Ben-Gay 79c PINT HEAVY PURETEST Mineral Oil 69c BOX OF 33—REG 39c PLASTIC Quick Bands 33c 1 PINT Rubbing Alcohol 49c RIXALL Super PSenamins 11 vitamin* plui 12 minerals in each tablet. BoHIt of 72 $3.29 CARA NOMI Suntan Lotion Proteeti your akin white you tan. In plastic nqueere bot- 98c Plus Tax HAIR NEEDS Home Permanent! TONI $2.00 LIFEbyNutri Tonic $2.25 LILT $2.d0 PIN-IT „ $1.50 NEW LIFE $2.25 QUICK $2.00 BOBBI $1.50. New SILVER CURL $2.29 1 • Hair Sprays 11 Ox. Spray Net $1.69 Large Satin Set $2.15 Small Lustre Net 49c Tweed Spray $1.50 Breck Milt $1.25 Richard Hudnut CREME RINSE 'N SET Regular 90c Value 60c Alka-Sellzej \* Mel®-fat Plans Progress for Diocesan Meet NCCW Plans for the diocesan meeting of the National Council of Catholic Women, to be held in Carroll .Oct. 22, were announced at the July session of the Rosary and Ott rid i end block Its raturn with UINSANA tw IT rooAYt » Medicated powder heals raw, red crack* between toe* quickly. painlttsly! • Soothe* . . , eoola hot. aching leeti LEHMAN The Drug Store With The Marquee Altar Society of SS. Peter and! Paul's parish in the parish auditorium Tuesday night. Mrs. Leo Brinjtman, president of the local society, is general chairman for tho event. Mrs. Sil« vina Venteicher is vice-chairman. * * * The meeting opened with prayer by the Rev. Thomas Donahoe. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman was also present. As the program, Mrs. Earl Kennebeck, a member of the society, gave a demonstration on frozen foods. She explained and demonstrated the proper preparation and handling of fruits, vegetables burn and children and Mr. and | and prepared foods, such as cake Mrs. Kenneth Wells and two of j or pie. their children and their brother- * * * in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs.| Hostesses were members of the Ben Abies, of Cherokee attended i July circle, with Mrs. Robert Lou- church together Sunday morning. | is and Mrs. Norbert Rust, chair- Leon Kolbe, on behalf of the of-i men> ficial board of the Methodist! Coffee and tea were served Church, presented a gift of a from two tables decorated alike blond flower pedestal to the j with centerpieces of garden roses. •• * • *• • Law- Lake View Couple Wed For Fifty Years (Time* Herald >f*w» Service) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wells observed their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, June 30. They and their children, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Hill of Min- Mrs.. Louis Nagl and Mrs rence Broich poured. The door prize went to Gerald Schulte. * • * The next meeting will be Tues- Mrs. BACK FROM WEDDING TRIP . Mr. and Mrg. David Freese of Westside have returned from their wedding trip to Lake of the Ozarks. Mrs. Freese Is the former Ryta Sharp nf Storm Lake. (Bunlrock-Salle Studio) church in the "name of Mr. and Mrs. Wells, who have been members of the church for their 50 years of married life. Mr. Wells responded with a word of appreciation. Rev. Potter gave an appropriate verse. Dinner was served day night, Aug. 6. to 25 relatives at the church at I noon. It was prepared by mem-! k i \u x . bers of the WSCS of which Mrsi /VuS. VV. ^. ATTS Wells is a member. * * * The dinner table was set with gold lace place mats, several bowls of yellow roses and other flowers. Favors were two white bells trimmed in gold on gold doilies. The favor at Mr. and Mrs. Wells' place consisted of white slippers trimmed with gold in Social Calendar Thursday- Family night. 6 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Saturday- Bridge - mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. The Rer. Gordon P. Roberts of Trinity Episcopal Church will leave Wednesday e v e n i n g to spend Fourth of July with his mother, Mrs. G. Page Roberts, at Waterloo on his way to Clear Lake where he will attend the annual Men's Weekend of the Episcopal Diocese of Iowa at Bishop Morrison Lodge. BIG GALA SHOW And Mrs. Simon* Honor 2 Visitors Mrs. Marvin Weber of Stockton, Calif., who is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham, and Mrs. Maxine Sanders of Tor ranee, Calif., a guest in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- which miniature baby breath andj ard Booth "of Storm Lake, were roses were placed, all on a gold j honored at a coffee given by Mrs W. C. Arts and Mrs. Melvin Simon at Mrs. Arts' home Monday after doily. There was open house from 2 until 5 pm. at the church social room. More than 200 signed the guest book. The refreshment table was covered with a gold cloth and centered with a four-tiered cake topped with large gold bells and smaller bells on the tiers of the cake. Yellow candles and mints completed the table arrangement. Coffee and punch were served at either end of the table. * * * noon. Each was presented with a gift by her hostesses. The hostesses and guests are graduates of St. Anthony Hospital School of Nursing. Attending with the two visitors from California were Mrs. Byron Provost of Lake View, Mrs. W. J. Schleisman Sr., Mrs. Leon Jones, Mrs. Pat Mungon and Mrs. Louis Nockels. ,* * * The group spent part of the aft ernoon at St. Anthony Hospital Leader Offers Tips to Women On Club's News Mrs. Ralph Rhoa'des, Chadron, publicity chairman for the Sixth District, Nebraska Federation of Women'* Clubs, recently set forth her idea of the proper way to handle club news. Issued under the heading, "Your Editor and You" her suggestions read as follows: / "Your Editor is looking for news. Your Club is making news. "Your Editor has a time schedule to meet. All articles must reach him in time to be edited, proofed and spaced before the paper goes to press. "The space your editor gives to your news is free to you and at the same time brings no financial return to him. Make your release worth printing and be grateful to your Editor for the space he gives you. "Your Editor has the right to edit your script. The paper he publishes goes out to the people over his signature and what is printed in it must meet his standards. . "Your Editor will like to know you and the aims of your Club. Talk your problems over with him, then accept his suggestions and work with him. "You must realize that your Club news can make Interesting reading. "To make your Club news acceptable make it concise and accurate. You should expect only a fair share of space allotted to the news of organizations. Accuracy is most important. Mistakes in names and dates can be costly. "Do not use adjectives. Facts are the news. 'Who, ' What, When, Where, Why' is the mag-, „ic formula. .» "Be as consistently regular as possible with your news re leases. Your Editor can then expect them and leave apace for them. "Do have your Club news published. If the 'world knows of your Club activity our Fed eration will continue to grow It does pay to advertise. Learn the few rules of news writing and you will reap satisfaction in knowing that you are doing an important job well." with Sr. Mary Anthony who was Mrs. Abel, sister of Mrs. Wells, j in the same class wilth some of sang several times during the aft-, the guests ernoon. She chose as her songs "Happy is the Home When God is There," "I Love You Truly" and "Bless This House." Out-of-town guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Hill of Minburn and their three daughters: Marjory Hill Joslin and her husband, Lt Joslin. Houston. Tex. Relatives from This Area Attend Et Its Clan Reunion i Mr. and Mrs. Walter Thede, Darold and Darwin, of Glidden Marilyn an( j M r . an d Mrs. Leonard Hal- Hill Hagedorn and her husband,, buri j 0 h n , Joe. Judy and Janice Marvin, Des Moines; and Marga ret Hill, Mrs. Wayne Northy, Des Moines; Mr., and Mrs. Kenneth Wells and Steven and Mary Ellen, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Abies, Cherokee; and the Rev. and Mrs. J. E. Feller, Cherokee, former of Maple River attended the annual Eilts reunion in the Storm Lake Park Sunday. Seventy were present from Minnesota, Nebraska and Iowa. They included: Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hecht, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Janssen Three Guests At.43. C. Club Members of the D. C. Contract Club met in the dining room of Hotel Burke for a 1 o'clock no- hostess luncheorr Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. W. *R. Lee as table hostess. The table's centerpiece was a. dark blue pottery bowl of red and pink roses from the Lee garden. Afterwards, the group played contract bridge at Mrs. Lee's home. •* * * Mrs. Lee awarded prizes to the guests outside of the membership: Mrs, J. P. Minchen, who scored high for guests; Mrg. Glenn N, Weeks, second - high; and Mrs. J., C. Heid(jr, tow. Mrs".'' E. N- Neu received the high score prize for members; Mrs, E. J. Kratoska, second high; and Mrs. M. J. Kelly, low. The next meeting will be at the hotel July 16. Mrs Neu will be the table hostess. B ridge-Mi Xjer Saturday Night At Country Club A fortnightly bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 8 o'clock Saturday night, July 6. Hosts of the evening are Mr. and Mrs- W. J. Leuer and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. Reservations art to be made byi 6 p.m. .Friday, July 5. Mrs. Hudson Honored During Her Visit Here Mrs. Richard Hudson of Monona, a June bride, was complimented at a 9:30 breakfast given by Mrs. Harry Rose, Mrs Stanford Arts and Mrs. A, Reas Anneberg at Mrs. Rose's home Tuesday morning, Guests were members of the Tuesday Contract Club md a few other friends. Breakfast was served at the dining table and a smaller table. Both were decorated with r6ses from the Anneberg gardens. The flowers were arranged in milk glass bowls. The hostesses presented a gift to Mrs. Hudson. They also gave a gift to Mrs. Wendell Smith of Woodriver, Neb., formerly of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson are concluding a visit in .the home of Mr. Hudson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hudson. P.W.O. to Meet At Manning Friday (Time* Herald Newt Service) MANNING — Presbyterian Women's Organization will meet July 5 at 2 p.m. at the church. Mrs. Ray Ohde will be in charge of devotions; Mrs. C. J. Claussen will give "Sickness and Health"" and Mrs. Grover Bartels will talk on overseas sewing. Mrs. Mevis Wiese is chairman ' of the lunch committee. • Personals BUI Quinn, assistant manager of the Hawaii Village Hotel in Honolulu. Hawaii, arrived Tuesday to spend a three-week vacation with his parents, - Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Quinn, and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quinn, and family. His parents and the Robert Quinns drove to Omaha to meet him on his arrival there by plane. CARROLI July 4th and Friday & Saturday! pastor of i the local Methodist I children and grandchildren, and Church. One daughter was unable | Mr . and Mrs. John Janssen, chil- to attend. I dren and grandchildren, Worthing- The Wells received many florel I ton, Minn.; Mrs. Bob Hurley, chil- gifts from the organizations to; dren and grandchildren, Round which they belong and friends. • 1111 % from Benefit Dance $1.00 Admission St. Anthony's School of Nursing at the Starline Ballroom CARROLL, IOWA Tuesday, July 9 Music by Skippy Anderson's Orch. Lake, Minn.; Mrs. Anna Janssen, children and grandchildren, Allen, Neb.; Mr. and Mrs. Jule Steig and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Stein and son, Storm Lake; Mrs. Ida Scooner, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Berns, Churdan; and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dickson, Redfield. Next year's reunion will be at Round Lake. Minn., the last Sunday in June. Verna Mohf of Carroll, Edna Mohr of Breda and Loraine Luckow of Sac City returned Monday from a two-week vacation trip to Colorado and Wyoming. They drove to Denver, Colorado Springs and Pike's Peak, Colo., and Rawlins, Wyo., where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCord. Dorothy and Mary Ann Wegman, Marlene Booth and Ramona Long of Carroll and Ruth Obman of Arcadia are leaving Wednesday for Lake Okoboji, where they will vacation at Oak Hill until Monday. CARROLL OUTt>OOK V W rurA TDI THEATRE Laura Ann Judge returned home Tuesday evening after visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Judge, at Danville. 111., and Beverly Leech at Wheaton, 111. Miss Leech and Miss Judge are classmates at Iowa State College, Ames. Miss Judge accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joe Judge and son, Mark, when they moved from Des Moines to Danville about two weeks ago. mum* KAUCY OAVIS • ARTHUR FRANZ ACOWMtiAneruM Matinee July 4th and Saturday At 2:00 P. M. Open Evenings At 6:45 P. M. End* To-Nite Wednesday . . "STORM RIDER" 400 Good Reasons Why J You Should Be Here! — ON THE SCREEN — They** *—<fMfb+ M« SfAM GOidNTOY i ROCEHS NlLSON ! H A NNIN(. IJ'-l TRAVEL*^ Open 7; 15 P. M. , . . No Increaie in Prices Adults 60c . . . Children Under 12 Freel Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Relsing and children, Sandra and Billy, of Melrose Park, 111., who were called to Breda by the death of Mr. Reising's father, John L. Reising, are staying with his mother for the rest of the week. Their son, Danny, who came with them, is here with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wieland. After Mr. Reising returns to Melrose Park, Mrs. Reising, Sandra and Billy, will come to Carroll to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wieland. Funeral rites were held at St. Bernard's Church in Breda Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weber and children, Mary Ann, Sarah Jane and Johnny, are leaving Friday for their home at Stockton, Calif., after visiting Mrs. Weber's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham of Carroll, and her brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenck of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Don Kerwood of Glidden, and their families. CARROLL OUTDOOR I HI A r I V I FREE STRAINER with Ceppertene Handle Friday and Saturday Our Gjft to the Ladies with Adult Ticket. ; Serve Yourself and Save Bargains Friday and Saturday Children's Sand Box s .i. $5.95 Sturdy wood construction, metal bottom, adjustable sun shade. Children's Short Sets $, u One piece play suit. Site 3 to 14. $1.49 Infants Dresses $ 3W vai«., Pretty dresses up to 3 years. $1.98 Boyt' and Girls' ShortS Slz*> 3 to 6x 3 p a |rt $1.00 i Girls' Shorts Six „ 7 to u s-i. 79c Washable twill in white, navy and red. Boys' and OirU' Sim 3 to 6x Summer Pajamas $.,., P.* $1.00 Discontinued Styles, Waterproof Baby Pants Regu i, r $ ,. as s.u 69c GIRLS' DRESSES Up to 12 years Sale $1.98 Boys' Swim Trunks 4s to*?2 $1.29 Girla' Bermuda Shorts and Pedal Pushers Slw , „ * 8 „. 98c Ladies' Shorts s .i., P.* $1.49 Brilliant colors, completely washable Ladlos' Bermuda Shorts and Pedal PusherS Twills, Gabardlna. $1.98 Ship V Shore BlOUSeS Summor Stylo* Sale $1.49 Ladies' Swim Suits SflU Broken sizes, values to $12.95 $6.95 t LADIES' SHADOW PANEL SLIPS Bur Mill Nyron, lace trimmed, sizes 32 to 44 in regular and tall. , s.i. $2.88 Wash Cloths Tarryeloth 5 p or $1.00 Summor Bedspread FUII sin, R#O. $8,95 s«i> Lace Curtains $6.66 Big 42xlt Slio Sal* 98c Whitt Only Outing Flannel 5 Y-rti $1.00 SQ Square, 36 Inches Wld* Summer Prints 4 Y ,rd. $1.00 36 Inchos Wide Printed Terrycloth, Yar- 69c t. Storo v

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