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Girl Scouts of U.S. Receive $20,000 Gift A two-year project to expand and strengthen Girl Scouting in the state of Iowa has been made possible by a grant of $20,000 to the Girl Scouts of the U.S.A., by The Frank Phillips Foundation. Mrs. Hoy F. Layton, national president of the Girl Scouts, announced yesterday In outlining the state-wide program. This support, Mrs. Layton pointed out, renews a long interest by the Phillips Foundation in Girl Scout work in the middle and southwest. Well known for its activity in behalf of young people, the Foundation has supported pro* grams that prepare for the responsibilities of citizenship. The grant will be used to make Girl Scouting available to girls in all parts of Iowa. At the present time, 32,000 of the Scout-age girls in Iowa are Girl Scouts. * * * The new project will provide Girl Scout activities to many thousands more, bringing- the to> tal number to an estimated 50,000 girls in the state, Mrs. Layton said. It will also result in the establishment of camping facilities for Girl Scouts where none now exist and will give Girl Scouts more opportunities to take part in regional, national and international Girl Scout events. The over-all program will be under the direction of Mrs. Elinor Webster, member of the national Girl Scout staff. Two new Girl Scout councils will be established in western and central Iowa. The Iowa Great Lakes Council will provide Scout activities for girls in Dickinson, Emmet, Kossuth, Clay and Palo Alto counties. Current Girl Scout membership in this area is 1,032 The new council will be able to provide leadership and Scout activities for more than 7,000 girls * • * The second council to be estab lished will be the North Central Iowa Council covering the counties of Pocahontas, Humbolt. Wright, Calhoun, Webster, Carroll and Greene. The council is expected, to make Girl Scouting available to more than 12,000 girls. Current Girl Scout membership in these counties is 1,413. In addition, Mrs Layton declared, existing Girl Scout Councils will be expanded to include 22 additional counties. "In two years, we expect that Girl-Scout councils, will ..coyer the whole state," she said, "so that any girl between' the ages of seven and seventeen who wishes to be a Girl Scout may join a troop of Brownie Scouts, Intermediate Scouts, Senior Scouts, Wing Scouts or Mariner Scouts." Neal Feted Sharps Fiancee at Party Here Mrs. Leonard Sharp gave an 11:30 brunch at the Brown Derby Saturday morning as a prertup- tial courtesy for Mary Lou McCormack of Fort Dodge. Miss McCormack will marry A. Neal Sharp of Waterloo, formerly of Carroll, August 17 at Corpus Christi Church in Fort Dodge. Table decorations were in pink and white, the colors of the bride- elect. The centerpiece was a large rectangular arrangement of roses, chrysanthemums and button mums. At each end of the table were two large white wedding bells. Small white wedding bells, tied in pairs with pink ribbons, were used as place cards. * * * Guests included Mrs. Roy E. Mary Loo McCormack Earl Hagerty's Birthday Observed At a Family Pa rty A steak fry in the back yard of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hagerty's home Sunday night celebrated Mr. Hagerty's birthday. It was a family party, the, participants including"Mr. and Mrs. Hagerty's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Murane, and children, Kathleen and Patrick, Scranton; Mrs. John Loneman, Mr. and Mrs. William Hamilton, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Fietig and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loneman. The group presented Mr. Hagerty with a birthday gift. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gray and daughters, Marilyn and Patricia Ann, spent last week vacationing. They were at Spirit Lake for two days. They also visited Mr. Gray's sister. Rose Marie, at Sioux City. Mrs. W. S. Bayley returned Monday morning from Milwaukee, Wis., where she spent the weekend with her daughter, Sr. M. Janine (Hazel), who is attending summer school at Marquette University. AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFOXT CARROLI - Ends Tuesday — M U MI'KI siNIi III! SI'ILY SIAI.I i UMIUT AVA GAKDNIi: STEWAHI GKANUIK DAVID NIVIN •» THE LITTLE HUT" IN UIUSHINU Cl'IIJII' Open 6:45 p. m. Shows at 7:05 and 9:05 p, m, CARROLL OUTDOOR ruf Aim- Toastmi stresses At International Parley in Texas Mrs. Edna G. Collins, delegate from the Carroll Toastmistress Club to the organization's international convention in Dallas, Tex., served on the elections board, which was comprised of 12 members from over the United States. Mrs. Collins and Zella Daeges returned Sunday night after attending the sessions, which cjosed Wednesday. For the first time In the history of.the International Toastmistress Clubs, three elections were held, Mrs. Collins said. New international officers are: Mrs. Ann Powell, Akron, O., president; Mrs. Martin Scullin, Lacrosse, Wis., first vice president; Louise Tydings, Dallas, secretary, and Mrs. Jack Walters, Vancouver, Wash., treasurer. Miss Tydings was also coordinator for the convention. * » * Seven hundred delegates from the United States, Canada and Alaska attended the convention, which was the first one held by the organization in Texas. It started with a Blue Bonnet tea Sunday afternoon, July 7, at the Baker Hotel, where a "designs for diversity" luncheon was held Monday. A style show by the famous Nieman-Marcus store followed the luncheon. In the evening, a fiesta dinner was held at the hotel. The international speech contest was won by Mrs. Edwin W. Seiler of Los Angeles, Calif., who was born in Puerto Rico. Her subject was "Quantity or Quality." Jean Schultz of Minneapolis, the contestant from the North Central Region, which includes Carroll, placed second. A chuck wagon breakfast was held Tuesday morning and a pow wow luncheon at noon, with girls from Oklahoma, in native Indian dress, as hostesses. That night, the delegates were taken 20 miles in air-conditioned buses to the Godfrey dude ranch for a barbecue dinner. They were entertained at a "flowing gold" luncheon Wednesday, with decorations featuring oil derricks. A highlight of the sessions was the "Texas Under Six Flags'* banquet. All of the meals were interspersed with workshops and panel discussions. * *' * While in Dallas, Mrs. Collins and Miss Daeges visited with Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Scott of Mineral Wells, Tex., formerly of Carroll, who drove to Dallas to see them Friday nighr. Mrs. Scott belonged to the Carroll Toastmistress Club while residing here, The 1958 convention will be In Seattle, Wash. Times Herald/Carroll, Iowa Monday; July 15, 1957 - Ends Tuesday i Jerry LEWIS 't»ttr«.„ \ I TOR MARTHA HYER V""""" ,iiw ., Writ $h»w ifaufkl . HYP PLANS PARTY Rural Young People will hold a swimming party and cookout Wednesday night at the American Legion Swimming Pool "and Graham Park, Carroll. Members are to meet in the open shelterhouse at Graham Park at. 8s 16 p.m. Swimming in the pool will be followed by a cookout in the open shellterhouse. Arrangements are in charge of a unit of, Carroll glrU. The Rev. and Mrs, Ivan C. Byi dnd family attended a picnic of Methodist ministers and their families from "the seven-county Boone District of the Methodist Church at- McHose Park, Boone, Monday. The picnic, which is an annual event among ministers of the district, began at 10 a.m. and was to conclude at mid-afternoon. McCormack of Fort Dodge, mother of the bride-elect; Mrs. Telford Anson, mother of the prospective bridegroom; Mrs. Arthur Sharp, Mrs. Harry Kunecke, Mrs. Clarence Sharp, Mrs. Eugene Motter, Mrs. Milton Mein, Peggy Blessington, Mary Lou Leiting. Marjory Parks, Bonnie Beyer and the prospective bridegroom's sis ter, Virginia Sharp. The hostess presented the hon ored guest with a gift. • * * Miss McCormack is employed in the office at Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Mr. Sharp is an X-ray technician at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo, where the couple will live following their marriage. Laura Wieland Is Honored at Dinner-Shower In honor of Laura Wieland, whose marriage to Floyd Wllkens will take place August 17, a dinner-shower was given at the T.W. Madigan home Sunday night by the guest of honor's aunts, Mrs- T. W. Madigan, Mrs. Leonard Madigan and Mrs Larry Wess of Carroll, Mrs. Otmat Eich of Iowa Falls and her cousin, Mrs. Maurice Julich, of Breda. A two-course buffet dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. at a table decorated in Miss Wieland's colors with a blue and white' floral centerpiece, tapers in double crystal holders and blue and white nutcups and placecards. Serving the dinner were the bride-elect's cousins, Delores, Ruth and Jeanine Madigan. • * * Court whist was played during the evening with high prize going to Mrs. Norbert Wieland and low to Janie Nockels. Two contests were held with Mnry Jane Tigges winning first prize for both. Miss Wieland, assisted by Mary Jane Tigges and Janie Nockels, opened her gifts at a table covered with a white cloth and decorated with blue and white flowers. She was presented with a corsage from the hostesses. Punch was served later in the evening. Additional guests were the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Ed Wieland, and grandmother, Mrs. Laura Wieland, Mrs* Leo Collison, Mrs. F. P. Collison, Mrs. Robert Wieland, Mrs. B. J. Madigan, Mrs. Clara Bromert, Mrs. Paul N. Heires and Mrs. W. J. Heires, j Carroll, and Mrs. Arthur Wie land, Glidden. M V.,' 0, "** HOPEFUL MISS AMERICAS ... A crowd of over 1,000 spec tators lined the American Legion Swimming Pool Saturday night for the bathing suit parade of 14 candidates In the first annual Chamber of Commerce contest for the selection of "Miss Carroll" of 1957. Left to right as they posed in their swim suits were Linda Plngrey of Coon Rapids; Marilyn Klocke, Templeton; Bonnie Beyer, Carroll; Agnes Belling, Carroll; Marlita Kemper. Templeton; Lois Olsen, Carroll; Carol Antone, Manning; Janice flucbner, Carroll; Dbnna Subbert,-Carroll; Pat Burial, Coon. Rapids; ©lane Wit- track. Carroll; Letha Ntehaust Carroll; Rita Morrissey, Carroll; and Carolyn Hamann, Carroll. The winner In finals at the Starline ballroom Sunday night was Rita Morrissey who will represent Carroll County.In the- Miss Iowa Pageant at Clear Lake July 26, 27, and 28. Winner of the "Miss Iowa" title will compete for-"Mlss America." (Paige ft Paige Photo). (fTORY; ANOTHER PHOTO: Page 1).' ; : / 125 at Picnic OfYpnderheiden and OTool Glqns One hundred twenty-five' wer^ registered at -a reunion picnic of the Vanderheiden and OTool families 'at the new shelterhouse in Graham Park Sunday. A potluck dinner'was served at, noon, -Milan, Mo., and Omaha, Neb., were represented by relatives out of the state. * * * ' ' IoWans attended from Sac City, Lake City, Yetter, Auburn, Laka View, Jolley, «Glldden, Carnarvon, Ida Grove. Des Moines, Arcadia, Storm Lake and Carroll. In charge of arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. John L. Vanderheiden Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden. The second Sunday in July, 1958, was chosen as the date of the next reunion at the same picnic site. Social Calendar Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ray Henkenius. Amvets Auxiliary picnic, 6:30 p.m. Southside Park. American Legion Auxiliary, 6:30 potluck dinner, Southside Park shelterhouse. D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. E. N. Neu, Hotel Burke. Wednesday— St. Lawrence Christian Mothers Sodality, 7 p.m. potluck dinner, parish hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club picnic, Mrs. C. R. Thomas' home. Thursday- Thimble Bee picnic, Graham Park. Flower and Garden Club picnic, 6:30 p.m., Southside Park. Royal Neighbors potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Gerhard Lam mers' home. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Mrs. Ernest Kuhn Sr. and daughter, Rosemarie, returned to Mason City Sunday after visiting Mr, and Mrs. Robert A. Wright over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Wright and their guests spent Saturday at Lake, Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neppl and children, Geenie, Marily, Debby, Thomas and Johnny, of Pittsburgh, Pa., arrived Saturday to spend their vacation in the home of Mrs. Neppl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maher, and with Mr. Neppl's father, Frank Neppl. Mr. and Mrs. A. P, W. Thlelking and sons, Armin, Paul and John, returned home Sunday from a two- week eastern vacation trip. After spending several days with Mr. Thielklng's brother, Carl Thlel king, In Washington, D. C, they went to New York and up the coast to Maine, then across to Niagara Falls and Canada. On their return Sunday, they stopped in Des Moines to pick up Mr. Thielking's mother,' Mrs. Frieda Thielking, who spent two weeks with her son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Thielking. Carroll CDA Is Represented At State Meeting Representing Carroll at the first biennial meeting of the Iowa Past Grand Regents Club, Catholic Daughters oi America, at Hotel Savery, Des Moines, Sunday.' were^the Rt. Rev Msgr. FranK H. Greteman, newly appointed chaplain of the state organization; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch, chaplain of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Carroll; Mrs. R. M. Moehn, district deputy; Mrs. J. C. Heider, Mrs. Virgil Thelen, Mrs. George Neil, Mrs. Anna B. Harrington, Mrs. F, J. Malone, Mrs. Robert Louis, Mrs. Fred Julich Sr., and the present grand regent, Mrs. Clarence Morman , Toaitmaster Msgr. Greteman, who was toastmaster at a 12:30 luncheon in the ball room, was introduced by Mrs. Anna Baxter of Dubuque, who also introduced the other state officers: Mrs. Anna McGrath, Sioux City, vice state regent; Miss Katherine Gibbons, Council Bluffs, secretary; M r s. Anna Williams. Garner, treasurer; and Mrs. Ann Rater, Ottumwa, state monitor. Following Msgr. Lynch's introduction, he responded with an original poem dedicated to the Catholic Daughters The poem appears in his book of poems which he presented to Bishop Daley of Des Moines. Bishop Daley and the WHEN YOU Manning Group Entertains Here For Mrs. Gleason (*Aitte» Herald !few» Servtet) •MANNING — Members of Man- nlngsV Relief Corp3 went to Carroll Thursday evening, July 11, for a picnic in Graham Park. Twenty- five attended. The picnic honored; Mrs? Mayme Gleason , of Carroll, a longtime member of the Manning Corps. < • ———————— Mr. and Mrs. Verdls Hansen attended the silver wedding, anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ahrendsen at the Legion Hall in Manning Sunday night, Bonnie Nelson, who spent three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Knute Nelson, and family, left Sunday for Long Beach, Calif., where she plans to attend the second session of. summer school. She teaches at Norwalk, a suburb of Los Angeles. Bonnie Lampe, who moved to Sunnyvale, Calif., with her parents,. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lampe, in April, arrived here Monday morning to spend most of the summer with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kisgen and family of Templeton who had visited relatives in California for two weeks. •MISS CONGENIALITY' . . . Linda Plngrey, 18, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Plngrey of Coon Rapids, received the trophy for 'Miss Congeniality' from F. A. (Fritz) Dedrick, co-chairman of the Miss Carroll Pageant, at finals in the Starline ballroom Sunday night. Miss Plngrey was chosen by her fellow contestants for the 'Miss Congeniality' award. She was sponsored by the Coon Rapids Chamber of Commerce. (Paige & Paige Photo) Rev. Ray Conley, past state chaplain, spoke briefly. Main speaker at the luncheon was Mrs. Lucile Hasley of South Bend, Ind., lecturer and author, who has written "Reproachfully Yours" and "Mouse Hunter." Her subject was "The Catholic's Adventure." Mrs. Baxter said there are 634 past grand regents in Iowa, about 500 of whom were present at yesterday's meeting. Reminiscent Hour The remainder of the afternoon was spent in the Des Moines room of the Savery, with a reminiscent hour as a highlight. Mrs. Heider gave a short resume of activities of the Carroll Court, which is the oldest in Iowa- Its past grand regents club, which was the first one organized in the state, will celebrate its 25th birthday in October. Announcement was made of a workshop for the Sioux City diocese to be held at Carroll in October, with past grand regents of the Carroll Court engineering the sessions. Mrs. Moehn and 'Mrs. Thelen were two of the hostesses during the social hour. Among winners of prizes was Mrs. Neil, who received a past grand regent's pin. The state association was organized in 1956. Paul HamiU and son, Peter, of Sioux City were weekend guests in the home of Mr. Hamill's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reynolds. Peter stayed for a longer visit. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth K. Holley returned Sunday from Fort Scott, IJan., where they took their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Niceswanger, and son, Kevin, of Sherman, Tex., at the conclusion of a 10-day visit here. The four drove to Fort Scott Saturday and were joined there by Mr. Niceswanger, with whom Mrs. Niceswanger and Kevin returned home. Mrs. Niceswanger is the former Rosemary Holley. Sheriff and Mrs. Al.Thorup and children, David, Deborah, Chris, Gail and Kim, are back from a western vacation trip, They visited Mr. Thorup's brother and sister- in-law, Mr* and Mrs. Henry Thorup, at Kerman, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. George Wiskus and family at Maywood. Mr. Wiskus formerly served as deputy sheriff here under Mr. Thorup. They were also in the Long Beach area. En route to the. coast, the family stopped at the home of Mr. Thorup's sister, Mrs. George A. Wilkens. and family at Casper, Wyo. On the way back, they visited Mrs. Thorup's sister and family in Cheyenne. Izora Judge returned Saturday night after spending more than four weeks with her sister, Lavine Judge, in St. Louis, Mo., and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry" Nestle, at Burlington. Mr. and Mrs. Nestle, who brought her home, returned to Burlington Sunday. Misses Antoinette Cronk and Truth Lamont of Des Moines were weekend guests of Misses Odella McGowan and Madeline White. LaVonne Dreesen of Omaha • spent the weekend with her moth- 1 er, Mrs. L. C. Dreesen. Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord D. Short returned Sunday from Akley. Minn., where they vacationed at Moore's Springs resort for a week. Mrs. Mary Louise Olson returned to St. Louis, Mo., Sunday after a two-week-visit with her mother, Mrs. O. L. Sanborn, brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carlson, and family, and aunt, Mrs. Louise Bitcon, Sunday visitors at the Verdis Hansen home were /Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Hyatt of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Bryson of Estavon, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt were overnight guests. AT IOOF PICNIC Mr. and Mrs. Alvan Cox, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaefer and Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Rogers attended the Iowa Odd Fellow and Rebekah annual home picnic at the Odd Fellows Home in Mason City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Schaefer were accompanied by their granddaughter, ' Cindy Fuller, of Cedar Rapids. The picnickers were taken on a tour of the home. 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