Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 9, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 9, 1957
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Cily Golf Tournament Scheduled for July 23 Pl.ins are announced for the women's city golf tournament to he hold at the Carroll Country ("luh Tuesday. .Inly 23 On the tournamrnt committor arr Mrs. Greip' I). Waldrn, i hairm.m, Mrs. Zimmerman To Centennial in Manitoba, Can. Mr? E E Zimmerman Irfi Tin'>-day morning; in attend Hie Centennial crlrbi.ition of [''or! ape La Pr.itno. Mani'oha. Canada "v11"s Zimmerman'« ^randfa'hrr v a.' the first white man to loc.vr a' i'orta ; ;r La Ft sine with his familv. * * * in l«fi1. her fa'hpr. V 'ilwm Fletcher. v> a- ne--ionary in thai (••'iintry. holding ln> m .Mr-- Zimmrrm .in fr'.< homo The Rev c spent eipht years Mr.' Zimmerman, a-.' ay ahout con-ins and the Rev the lust •a at nf the tirs' <f>rvire • "randfath- Mi Fletch- ' ho will he visit Teresa Rrandl, co-chairman: Mrs. Roy Fastlnnd. Mrs. H L. Silshy. Mrs A. E. Vaatveit and Thelmn Winnike The championship flight in 18- holo play is open to anyone who wishes to declare. She must play 10 holes on .Inly 23. * * * Participants in the other flights may play nine holes the day hefore if they are not able to play IK in one day. Before playinc on .Inly ?2, each must have a card signed in the Pine room and returned to the Pine room upon completion of the round. Trophies will he awarded to the winner of each flight, with a pn/e to the runner-uu The lowest nine- hole score will determine the flight. Play will begin at R a nr. with luncheon «ervod at noon p;irh golfer will koo,> crnr° for another golfer in the foursome. The tournament fee is $1. two weeks, will second COUMIIS. Courtesy for | Sr. Hildegarde In honor of Sr. M Hildegarde of ft Anthony Hospital, who is oh- • f.i-r\ inc her visiting >ear, a pot- lm k darner and suppt-r were given to the children of her brother, the ];,'•• Adolph Otto, ai 'he ,loe Har- nii ver home near Lake City Sunday. The day was spent visiting find playing cards Those present in addition to the guest of honor were Mr. and Mrs. ,i"hn Vonnahmo of Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. AI Fleskes. David and Mickey of Ft. Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Buelt of Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. George Otto of Carroll; and Mi and Mrs. .loe Harmcycr and children Mary Lou and Lloyd. Mrs. Twogood, Laneseboro, Honors Mrs. Phil Dillivon LAN 'ESROno _ Mrs Howard Twogood entertained at a coffee in her home Monday morning, honoring Mrs Phillip Dillivnn. Other guests were Mrs. .John Tnpp. Mrs. Ed Rrrns, Mrs. Howard Strickland. Mrs Merle Jenkins. Mrs. John Harms. Mrs. Robert Legore, Mrs \V. O Trnxel. Mrs. Bill Sorcnson and Mr*. Shelby Dillivon. The honored guest was presented with a gift from the group. She is leaving for France soon. Mrs. Richard Anthens and children, Mary Phyllis and Stephen, of Iowa Falls, arrived Sunday afternoon to visit Mrs. Anthens' mother. Mrs. H. R. Pascoe, until Fridav. WATERS July Clearance BARGAINS! Terry Bath Towels Q For $1 Big Thirsty V I SALE OF SUMMER YARD GOODS Values to $1.49 Yard Alfalfa Fabric. Bates Disciplined Prints, Corticelli Cotton and Cupioni. Corticelli Butcher Linens. Corticelli Bel- dana Fabric. Better Quality No Iron fabrics, all one low price. Sale 59 Children's Dresses One big rack at this price $ 1 Sale • Children's Seersucker Pajamas One group at this price Sale 1 LADIES SHORTS ON SALE! One croup nice fitting, colorful shorts Reg. $2.98 $1.981 Famous Quadriga Prints 80 Square Prints In brilliant sumrrtpr patterns 4 Yds, $"| Famous Brand in Sites 28 to 38 Ladies' Barcarm Blouses $198 Reduced for this event Sale • Outing Flannel 27-in wide, brushed white flannel . j Yds. $| FAMOUS BRAND MUSLIN SHEETS Full :< fitted or Rlxl'i,, fht. Sale $1.79 One Group Much Higher Priced Summer Bedspreads Full sue bedspreads reduced for this event Children's Shorts Sues 3 to 8 $395 3 par $1 Srh St. Dept. Store Summer Favorite Printed Pattern SET \VKDOING O.Vl'F. . . • Mr. : and Mrs. Earl Weeks nf Conn Rapiris announce the one .ij ;emrnt and approaching marriage nf their daughter, Twllla, to Maurice Hoffman, snn nf Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman nf Pedham. , The wedding hn* been set for R:in Wednesday mnrnlna. Aujjiut 7. In the Annunciation Church at Cnnn Rnpids. Laura Jean Wells Has Surprise Party On Seventh Birthday Mrs. Bernard Well; gave a surprise party Monday allernonn for her daughter. Laura .lean, who celebrated her seventh birthday. The children came ti the Wells home and Laura Jean opened her Cifts hefore n swimmiiiE party u as held at the American Legion Pool. * * * After rot limine heme. Mrs. Wells served lunch in the hack- yard. Laura .lean's birthday cake was trimmed with pink flowers and crested with seven blue candles. The rest of the time was t spent playing games and watching ; television. In the group with Laura Jean, her sister Maureen and brothers Mike and David, were her cousins. Sue Wille and Jane Wells, and three neighborhood playmates, 1 Elaine Johnson and Charlotte and , Jane Reinart. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tonn and daughter. Laura Reth, came, home Monday from a week's vacation in eastern Iowa and Illinois. They visited Mr. Tnnn's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Tonn, at Davenport; Mrs. Tonn's brother- in-law and sister Mr. and Mrs. 1 Georjje Harvey, at New Boston. 111.; attended a family picnic at the home of Mr. Tonn's brother- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs.! Harold Mneller, and family in Wilton Junction, Sunday, and spent a day with friends in Iowa City. Mrs. Clyde Cnssill and Mrs. Waldo McMininiee spent Monday with Mr. Cassill. who is under observation and treatment in the Veterans Hospital at Omaha. He has been hospitalized more than three weeks. 4 Tim«» Herald, Carroll, low* Tuesday, July 9, 1957 Social Calendar Wednesday— Grant Township Home-makers Club picnic, Southside Park Carroll Toastmistress Club. Amber Room, Club 30. Thursday- Open golf and bridge day, Carroll Country Club. Hainbnw Founder's day picnic breakfast, Graham Park Newcomers Club, Hotel Burke V.FAV. Auxiliary picnic, Southside Park. Friday— Hebeknh Lodge. I.O.O.F. hall. Saturday— Carroll Country Club dance Observe Four Birthdays at Hedges Home The birthdays nf Mrs Miles Hedges. Mrs Jo Hauser Martin Vust and Neil Trobak, all of which are in July, were celebrs |pf i a' a party in Mr and Mrs. Hedges' new home east of Carroll Monday night. The group was shown '^"ngh the home helnre p i n n r h 1 e was played. Mrs. Vera Davis and Paul Wiederin wnn high score prizes and Helen Wiedemeyer and Mr. Vust, low The traveling prize went in Mrs Wpslev Ohdo This-new Printed Pattern take? 10 Airs, wesiej, untie. „ ,| mp | P sumrn er rlnssir makf< It * * * smart so many wnvs! Sew It a.« n The participants served lunch rno1 ' npal cotton sundress: arid say returned Monday afternoon from and presented each of the birthday u ™ r 7rh°siiks. wiPhVce' trim Tor r ° Pur °" Alene - lfi;ino ' whpre ,nP - v celehrants with a gift clamour occasions' had taken their daughter. Mrs. ... ' , . , „ ,„J Printed Pattern <u«v \i >«.•.« (ion Ashtnn. and habv daughter Attending besides those named sizes in, \2. M , m. is. sue lrt " were Mr. and Mrs Leo Lambert/., Mrs. Wiederin. Mrs. Vu<t. Mrs. Albert Hagen. Mrs. Margaret Sapp 1 and Mr. Ohde. Personal Paragraphs Rackliffe and Miss LaPierre, who came here last. Tuesday to visit his parents, are leaving Tuesday by air from Omaha. Dr. and Mrs. Rackliffe are taking them to the Omaha airport. Mrs. V. Stuart Perry came home Sunday from Sacred Heart. Minn., where she spent about two weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Paradee, and her mother, Mrs. C. S. Clausen. Mrs. Perry's son, Gayden, a student at the State University of Minnesota, is spending the summer on the Paradee farm. Mrs. Perry was joined by Mr. Perry for the weekend, returning home with him Sunday nighl. The Rev. George J. C.tindel. pastor of St John's American Lutheran Church of Crant Township, and Mrs. Gundel left Monday evening for Denver, Colo., where they are visiting Mrs. Gundel's cousin and wife, ('apt and Mrs Fred Zarnow Capt Zarnow is stationed in Denver as chief of detectives Mr. and Mrs. William Thomas and son, Michael Kent, left /or their home at Laramie, Wyo., Sunday after visiting Mrs. Thomas' parents, Mr, and Mrs. R. D. McCord. Mrs. Thomas and hahy, who were here ahouf three weeks, were joined by Mr. Thomas for the last week. Mrs Thomas is the former Eleanor McCord. Mr. and Mrs. Farle A. Laytnn and children, Lee. Diana, Georgia and Susan, nf Glen Kllyn. III., arrived Sunday to spend a three- week vacation with Mrs. Layton's parents. Mr and Mrs R D McCord Mrs Layton is the former Jeanne McCord Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wohlenherg Mrs. Vinrent Koenig and Mrs. Fred Winlhouser of Carroll returned Tuesday morning with Mrs. Koenig's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Schenkelbeig of Halbur, from a week's visit with the Schenkelbergs' daughter, Kathryn Schenkelberg, and a friend, Marge Perry, in Denver Cnlo. They took several trips into the mountains. Nearly 100 at Kies Clan Reunion In Lake View Hall Family Gathering At Joe Goecke's North of Carroll A family gathering, with a pie nic supper, was held Saturday evening at the Joe Gnecke home north of Carroll Attending were Mrs. A d d i e Fields and daughter, Rerniee, Mrs Joe Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Ides and snn. Ronald, and Richard S/.yhlmski. Anoka, Minn : Mr. and Mrs. Marion Forbes, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. John McGlynn and family, Boone; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gnecke and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Nicholson and family. Sac City; Mrs. F.dith Gustalson, Clear Lake, S. D.; Mr and Mrs. Art Gnecke and family and Leo Goecke, Carroll. requires 4 yards 3s-in.ii Kim. hack to their home after a Printed directions o n ea.-h pat- month's visit here. Mr. and Mrs torn part Kasler. faste.. accurate Wnhlenherg. who visited the Ash- .send KIKTV <'KNT> in coins , , , , j for this pattern add * cents f.<r ,nn family for a tew days, return- each pattern for 1st ,i.iss maiiinc ed home bv WHV ol Glacier Na- send to M a ri a n MaMm c;ue of Pailv . IT-,.' J r». . ,10 Times Herald, Z=, Pattern IVpt 2ai> " onal Pal ' k anfi lhp Black Hills West ISth St. New- York 1!. N Y. Print platnlv \ AMK. AlUlKKSs «iih ZONK, sizK and STYI. K M'MBKH. Mrs. Jack Mirms and hahy snn, Robert William, of Mitchell. S D , are spending two weeks with Mrs. Mieras' mother-in-law, Mrs Catherine R. Mieras. Mr. Mieras was also here for the weekend. Couple Wed at Lanesboro Lives Mr. and Mrs. Anton ,F. Klncke returned home Monday from a two-week visit with their son, Harold Klocke. and family at Hayfield, Minn , and with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Gehling, and family at Grand Meadow, Minn., getting acquainted with their new grandson. Richard Dear., who was horn June 24 at St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester, Minn. They also visited their son-in-taw and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinkamp, and son, Jerry. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Vaatveit, son, Stephen, and nephew. Brian Fitzpatrick, returned Sunday after vacationing for a week at Glenwood, Minn. Cooled by Refrigeration , ENDS TUESDAY "The Oklahoman" With JOEL McCREA CARROLN Wednesday . . . One Night Onlyl J\ WILL LEAVE YOU T^. V LIMP WITH EXCITEMENT! 'Time* Hfmld »w« s»r»irn | LAKE VIEW — Nearly inn attended the Kies family reunion at t the municipal building here Sun- | p DeS /V\ O I H e S day. A basket dinner was served at noon. LAN'F.SBORO — Now residing at , * * * ,661 17th Street. Des Moines, are Relatives attended from romfry, M r anc ) M rs p 0 nn Hutchins. who Minn , Wall Lake, Breda. Rem- W ere married at 8 3(1 p.m. Sun- brandt. Mt. Carmel and Carroll. ^ay, June 3n _ in tnp Lanesboro ' Community Church The bride, the former Dolly Rea Algoe, is the daughter of Mrs June Algoe of Glidden. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Hutchins of Algnna. AMF,S W — Presbyterian laymen The candlelight ceremony was were urged here Monday to em- performed by the Rev. Lester ploy more "personal evaiiRelism" Hancock. Gene Algoe gave his sis- lo give life and warmth to their ter in marriage at the double ring religion. service. Clarence McGuire, Kansas City, Karen Hutchins. sister of the Mo, president of the National bridegroom, sang "My Prayer'' Council of Presbyterian men, said, a nd "The Lord's Prayer," accom-, "We do not have to be Billy Gra- panied by Linda Dobson, organist hams, but we must be enthusiastic about our religions Do not hesi- Presbyterian Laymen Urged to Adopt More Personal Evangelism Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Rackliffe. their son. Pvt James Rackliffe of Fort Ord. Calif and house guest, Darlene LaPierre of Vancouver. Wash . returned Sunday night from Delano, Minn., where they spent the weekend with Dr. and Mrs Rackliffe's snn and daughter-in-law, Mr arjd Mrs William Rackliffe, and family. Pvt James "Parasol" Planter tale to talk to people about their souls. They are eager to listen." McGuire. who is in the whole- * * * The bride wore a princess stvle gown of crystallace over satin and carried white carnations on sale school supply and equipment !J" e W,,h ^ 5,rMmers ; u..„; u — j. , Her veil was caught to a tiara of business, heads an organization of 2,700 local councils numbering about 3on.00O laymen. He addressed the Presbyterian Synod of Iowa in the Student Memorial Union here. A proposed drive for a two mil pearls, rhinestnnes and nylon tulle with lace trim. Her gloves were also of lace. Bridesmaid was 'he bridegroom's sister, Sandra Hutchins. of Des Moines, who wore a blue and lion dollar fund for higher Chris- w . hi, f . flora ' n ^ nn „ dr « s , with Itian education and svnod purposes Plated sash and puffed sleeves. ! in Iowa was discussed Sunday and , Her ha ' and gl °7 s w * re whi,e Monday Attending the fund-rais lace. She carried a basket of ing meetings were trustees, direc- whi,e carnations w "h blue stream- tors and presidents of colleges in Iowa college and university faculty, pastors and ihurch elders. ENDS TUESDAY! For Whom the Bells Toll" Attend Reunion Of 8awek Family At AIgona Park Mr and Mrs. Frank Goetzinger and Mel Hausman of Carroll attended a reunion of the Bawnk family in the State Park at Algona Sunday. Other participants in the group of about 50 came from Minneapolis and Austin. Minn.; C o n d e, S. D.; Stacyville and Templeton. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Geary and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bawek and son, Ronnie, of Cende, S.D., were overnight guests in the Goetzinger home here Sunday. Hint Party Will Expel Ousted Reds MOSCOW Oiv-The Soviet press hinted strongly Tuesday the way is being cleared to expel V. M. Molotov, Georgi Malenkov and Lazar Kaganovich from the Soviet Communist Party. The government newspaper lr- vestia listed various degrees of punishment which can be invoked against party members who plot against the party's "monolithic unity." Izvestia quoted Lenin and decisions of the 10th party congress ol 1921 to show that "plotters against party unity" are liable to punishment up to and including expulsion from the lowest ranks of the Communist Party. Malenkov, former Foreign Minister Molotov and former First Deputy Premier Kaganovich were ousted from the party's ruling body in last week's purge. Malen­ kov, successor to Stalin as premier, has been singled out for th« most severe criticism. The government paper declared fn a full page discussion: "The 10th party congress authorized the Central Committee, in cases of violation of discipline or revival of factionalism, to use all measures of party retribution up to and including expulsion from the party. "With members of the Central Committee this includes demition to candidate members and, in extreme cases, to expulsion from the party. "The party cannot tolerate those who do not carry out the will of the majority, who do not place the interest, of the party above everything-else, who try to bring dissension into its ranks and who plot against its unity." Up to now the party press has been referring to the three and former Foreign Minister Dmitri Shepilov, demoted along with them, as "comrades" This indicated that however low they had fallen, they still were in the party ranks. Kxpulsion is an extreme punishment which would prevant any of the alleged "antiparty" group from participating in any government or party activity. It could even pave the way for a trial for any one or all. FIRST John Tyler was: the first vice president of the United States to succeed to the presidency upon death of the president, succeeding William Henry Harrison in 1841. Richland Busy Bees Hear Talk on Health GLIDDEN - The Richland Busy Bees 4-H Club met June 25. at the home of Carol and Michelle Fielder. The president called the meeting to order A talk on "Health" was given by Karen Stougard and 'Conservation" by Judy Jensen Marily Bundt gave an illustrated talk on "Color Schemes" and also a demonstration on "Finishing New Wood." LaVonne Kidney and Frankie Nolin gave a report on State 4-H convention. Lunch was served by the hostess. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE BUCK NITE Wednesday . . One Night Only! ers. Jan Burchfield of Des Moines was best man. Ushers were Blair Rauhman of Denison and Bill Blair of Vail. Candlelighlers were the bridegroom's twin brothers, Tim and Tom Hutchins. Beverly McClue, i cousin of the bride, attended the guest book. * * * A wedding supper for the immediate families, with 25 guests at- ... „ tending was served at fi:30 p.m. ^^r^t^lA^- in the home of the bride s grand- hriai blossom"!, parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.T. Mc- pattern TOOK crnrhet directions /•.i 110 for planter 15x10 Inches In heavy ^ iue - llffv cotton, or 3 strands of string. The couple took a short trip to ' SPNRT TIIIKTY-FIVK CENTS in the Iowa lakes, the bride wearing roins for this pattern -add f> rents • , i_ .u J iZ for ench natlern for lsl-c nss mall- .a pink cotton sheath dress with , |™ . Spnrt ' V Daily Times Herald, pink accessories for her going-' 23° Household Arts Dept., P. o. ' Box 1K8, Old Chelsea Station, New away costume. Yorl< n N Y p rln( puinlv NAME. Mrs. Hutchins. a graduate of ADUHKSS, ZONK, AND PATTERN Lake Citv High School in 195fi, is - N i'- M » KK v , H , . .. „ i A bonus for nur readers—two a cosmetologist for Ihe Daniels i FRKE patterns, printed In our new Flower" garden for the walls of ymir hnmp! Crochet this graceful Wednesday Is a Gala Night at the CARROLL . . . Open at 6:45 P. M. KIDDIE MATINEE Wed. and Thurs. At 2:00 p. m. HEIDI IS BACK! HOUSTON AWHENT1CAUY HIMtD IN IHI SWIM At* — Released thru UNITED ARTISTS 0«n« BARRY torboro HAll Idword ARNOLD bridegroom is assistant manager o ^eV ^-c ^netr^.U'ln^ for Gold Rond Stamps Co., Des emhrniderv. huck weaving, toys, Moines He attended (hp Alpnnn ,,nllK ' "'hers. Send 2f> cents for ninines, ne auenrien me Atgnna VNUR ROPV NF THLS PXRH | NG NEW schools. nrerile bonk now! - CO-HIT - KENT TAYLOR r JOHN SMITH .MARIAN CAR* o twin wiub unm i& Open 7:15 P. M. Come Early . . Free Playground for The Children! Sportswear REDUCED to $1.98 . nd $2.98 ALL SUMMER SUMMER ALL SUMMER HATS PAJAMAS Maternities $1.98 $2.98 REDUCED! Flowers ond Dresses Jewelry $4.98 - $7.98 \ Price $9.98 THE STYLE SHOP AeroM From the T«l»phont Offle* — Dial 22M JULY 11 IS VISION DAY FOR IOWA'S PRE-SCHOOL CHILDREN Research has shown that most children who fail in the first grades of school have vision difficulties. The number of reading failures runs as high as ane out of four. To help you determine if your pre-school child is "Visually Ready" for reading, members of the Iowa Cytomet­ ric Association are offering free "vision screenings" to all Iowa Children who will enter school for the first time this year. These optometrists will conduct tests to determine if the child sees well at. a distance, at near; will determine if the child uses both eyes in coordination, and will examine the general condition of the eye. This is NOT a substitute for a complete visual examination, but the parents and children will learn if vision care is necessary before the child has lost a valuable year of school. Bring your prc-school children to Carroll Public Grade School Building Thursday, July 11, 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. No appointment necessary. Then Free "ViMon Screenings" are offer* ai a Public Service to the Children of Iowa by Members of the IOWA s; OPTOMETRIC ASSOCIATION For further information write: 3138 S.W. 9th St., Des Moines, la. PARTICIPATING OPTOMETRISTS ARE: Dr. Rex W. Hinson, Opt. Dr. John E. Martin, Opt. Dr. O. M. O'Connor, Opt.

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