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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Courtesy for Mrs. Chapman of Thornwood, N.Y. Mrs. L. R. Chapman gave a dessert-bridge at her home Thursday evening as a courtesy for her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Ray Chapman of Thornwood, N. Y. Dessert and coffee were served at the dining table which was decorated with ageratum and tea roses. * * * * Prizes were won by Mrs. Vernon Juergens, Mrs. John W. Drees and Mrs. R. L. Baumhover. Other guests were Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, Mrs. Edwin Montgomery and Mrs. Jewell Jung. Saturday— ' 1 Carroll Country Club. Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Coun- j Wednesday- try Club. j Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Tuesday— ' Methodist Young Adult class pic- Women's city golf tournament,! nic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Robert Schaefers Honored at Picnic Seven Carroll couples were in a group honoring Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer of Denver, Colo., at a steak fry at the Northwest Park Thursday evening The Schaefers are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schaefer of Breda and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kanne of Carroll, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Crane Sr. j left Friday to visit their son-in-i law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. j C. F. Nixon, at Norfolk, Neb. \ They accompanied Mrs. Nixon,} who came here Thursday. TlmM Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, July 1», 1937 Slimming Entembla Printed Pattern Sherman Kline Jr. Of Scranton Weds Miss Margery Ping (Tlm« Herald Srwt Sen1«) SCRANTON — The wedding of Margery Ping and Sherman Kline Jr. took place Saturday at the Methodist Churcn in Elk Point, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Kline, the bridegroom's parents, attended the ceremony Manning High, Class of I 93 2, Holds Reunion (Time* Herald New» Bervlre) MANNING - Manning High: School graduating class of 1932 is j holding a 25th anniversary reun-| ion at the Manning Legion Hall j Sunday, July 21. A noon dinner; will be served. ! Mrs. E. H. Ramsey, who is as- 1 sisting in the plans, has issued an! invitation Jo alumni and friends of; the class to visit during the trefa- i the class to visit during ,the after noon. Thimble Bee Has Morning Coffee At Southside Park Ten members of the Thimble Bee participated in a 9 o'clock coffee at the Southside Park Thursday morning. Miss L y d i a Rogers attended as a guest. Flower and Garden Club Members Meet For Picnic Supper Members of the Flower and Garden Club and their husbands, making a group of 18, had a potluck picnic supper at the Southside Park Thursday evening, Club activities are now ended until a regular meeting the third; Friday in September." » Mrs. Jack Tews and son, John, of Kennan, Wis., visited Mrs. Tews' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Otto, 1 Wednesday. They were returning home from Denison, where they had attended funeral services for Mrs. H. C. Finnern, sister-in-law of Mrs. Otto and Mrs. Tews. Mrs. Thiedeman of Westside Has Club Members as Guests (lime* Herald Ne»r» Serrlee) WESTSIDE - Mrs. L.C. Thied­ eman entertained the I Delta Dek Club Wednesday afternoon in her home. Mrs. Agnes Frank was a guest. Mrs. William Kock and Mrs. Henry Kock held high scores. Refreshments were served. In two weeks, Mrs. Herman Vetter will entertain. Dr. and Mrs. B. I. Mueller and children, Boyd and Mary Ann, have concluded their visit with Mrs. Mueller's parents, Mr. and | Mrs. H. W. Otto, and brother-in- law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Barels, and family. They, left Wednesday for their home at LaHarpe, 111., with stops in Des Moines and St. Charles, la., their former home. Mrs. Mueller and children had been here since July 4, Dr. Mueller having been on a fishing trip in Canada with Walter Otto of Sac City most of the time. Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Kennebeck and daughter, Linda Brincks, came home Thursday after vacationing in Minnesota and South Dakota for nearly a week. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gross, and son, Billy, of Hayfield, Minn., they drove to Sturgis, S. D„ where they visited j Leo Schmitz, brother of Mrs. j Gross and Mrs. Kennebeck. Claudia Dixon of Denver, Colo., is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Otto, and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brinkman. Her mother, Mrs. Don Dixon, is expected here from Denver next week. AIR CONDITIONED COOLCOHFOZT CARROLL? ^ cnnnou.in. Boa • Starts Sunday • ONE DEADLY DAY IN TOMBSTONE The Strangest Alliance This Side of Heaven or Hell- Was Put to The Test! Postpone Two-Ball Foursome Scheduled For Sunday Afternoon A two-ball foursome, scheduled to be held at the Carroll Country Club Sunday afternoon, has been postponed until some time in September because of the terrific heat. The postponement is announced by Mrs. Don White, a member of the committee in charge. Mariners Club of Manning Holds Its Yearly Summer Picnic (lime* Herald Newi "ervlre) MANNING — The annual picnic of the Presbyterian Mariners Club was held at the Manning City Park Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schroeder were guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning. Other members present were Mr, and Mrs. Willis Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Jensen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGrath and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Opperman and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Oppernjan and family, Mr. and Mrs. R. 6. Pratt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Wiese and family, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiese and family. BURT LANCASTER KIRK DOUGLAS HALWALLIS' GUNFIGHTraE O.K. CORRAL •At RHONDA JO JOHN FLEMING-VAN FLEET-IRELAND ew*) * »HN 5IUR0IS SciMflpU, t7 UON UM TECHNICOLOR* ^|8l Continuous Show Sunday . . . Open at 1:00 p. m. Shows at 1:30 4:00 • 6:30 and 9:00 p. m. Regular Prlcasl Showing Now Through Saturday * "This Could Be the Night" In Cinemascope Best way to clean patent leath* ers is with dampened doth and neutral soap. Vaseline also helps prevent cracking. •• Ends Saturday . . . LANCASTER KMK DOUGLAS CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRI Sun. » Mon. - Tues. IN TECHNICOLOR and YISTAVISION BOB HOPE In II The Iron Petticoat" with (CATHERINE HEPBURN Open at 7:15 p. m. Cpme Early . . . Fr— Playground for the Childrenl Visit Our Concession Stand for Thosa Cold Drinkil Late Owl Show Saturday Night! Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balk returned Thursday night from a three-day trip to Kansas City, Mo., where they attended a camera exhibition. 9058 3A -4B Slimming a* a The simple lines, skirt are RO-O flattering week-long diet! graceful gored to the Sdk Shots to Over Million Iowa People DES MOINES WV-More than a million lowans have received one or more shots of Salk polio vac- Cine in the three years it has been used in this state, the Iowa Health Department estimated Friday. Of the estimated 263,000 who had three shots, only 21 contracted polio later. Six of the 21 cases were paralytic, but there were no deaths. "We think all of those who contracted paralytic polio completely or practically recovered," said Dr. Ralph Heeren, director of the departments division of preventable diseases. He emphasized that the estimates were only that, but are the best the department has been able to make. The figures are based on the fact that the department has purchased and distributed about 20 per cent of the vaccine used in Showdown in House on Foreign Aid Measure By LEWIS GULICK WASHINGTON UrV-Foreign aid supporters counted on President Eisenhower's appeal and a big House attendance today to reverse a heavy cut voted Wednesday in the foreign aid bill. But both friends and foes of the Increase Aid to Mentally III DES MOINES WV-Counties contributing to the support of local mental health centers have increased their outlays this year for treatment of mentally ill persons. A report of the Iowa Mental Health Authority disclosed Friday that county boards of supervisors plan to allot $150,000 from county tax funds for the purpose as com- the state; private physicians!pared with $108,000 during the bought and used the other 80 per | past year. cent ' | Ten health centers have been or- Of an estimated 1,161,000 lowans j ganized' throughout the state, of who received one or more shots,, which the one at Marshalltown is Dr. Heeren said, there were the;the latest and best equipped one Mrs. Dora Branning Of Arcadia Given a Courtesy on Birthday (TlmM Herald Neva Service) ARCADIA - Mrs. Clifford Peters entertained Tuesday afternoon, July 16, in honor of Mrs. Dora Branning, whose birthday was that day. i Those present were Mrs. Lizzie ! Behneman. Mrs. Emelia Luss-| man, Mrs. Emma Peters. Mrs. Edith Belt, Mrs. Minnie Kaspersen, Mrs. Sophie Schuette, Hulda Brockman and the honored guest. The afternoon was spent socially, after which ice cream, cake \ and coffee were served by the j hostess. larger figure. Sundress "and brief scalloped Jacket — both sew-ea»y with our PRINTED PATTERN! Printed Pattern 905g: Women* Sizes 36, 38. 40, 42, 44, 46, 48. Size 36 dress takes 4^ yards 35-lnch fabric; Jacket, 1% yards. Printed directions on each pat- em part. Easier, faster, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, .SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. 263.000 who were given three shots, 1 about 431,000 who had two shots, and about 487,000 with one shot. Most of those vaccinated were under 20 years old. Some got their shots in school programs, but the great majority of the inoculations were given by the family physicians. Dr. Heeren said he has no way of knowing how many of those who were given two shots, or one, who might have contracted polio, and if so what the result was. financially Through a new state law counties now are authorized to levy up to three-eights of a mill for support of mental health centers. Previously they could use only part of the "county insane fund." The Marshall County Center at Marshalltown has $8,000 in cash and pledges of $?1,000 for the first year's operation. The North Iowa Mental Health Cener at Mason City serves Cerro •Gordo, Hancock, Winnebago, He commented that for those; Worth. Floyd and Mitchell coun- who received only one shot wouldn't mean much." it Mrs. Mueller Entertains For Janet Sweany . „„. c,„» a „„ „, u „ I Schaller, when it crashed into the wKSS w£mX n « Toddville July 28 Mrs. A n t o n! ° n Y J°J} « m i' e * * ast ° f Mueller entertained a few friends i Moville In Count y- at a coffee-and shower in her! Dr. Dewey, whc had driven Mrs. Woman Killed, Doctor Injured in Car-Truck Crash SIOUX CITY UH - A visit to Sioux City to see her sick husband in a hospital ended in death Thursday night for a Buena Vista County farm wife while she was en- route home. Mrs. Herman Stille. 49 of Rt. 1. Storm Lake, was riding in a car with Dr. Jay Dewey, about 55 of ties. Others in the state are the Child Guidance centers at Des Moines and Waverly and county health centers at Waterloo, Burlington. Keokuk. Cedar Rapids, Davenport and Decorah. Curtail Water At Shenandoah SHENANDOAH (* - Shenandoah residents hao to cut down on their use of water Friday after five straight days of temperatures around the 100-degree mark. Mayor Paul Ambler said in a proclamation Thursday night that a serious situation would result if the city had a major fire. He said Shenandoah's 16 wells were supplying water but consumption exceeded outgo and he home Thursday afternoon. j Stille to Methodist Hospital and' ur g e d residents to conserve water Guests were Mrs. Art Gretemaniwas taking her back home, was multi-btllion-dollar measure were cautious about predicting the outcome as the House gathered for a showdown.. Drive to Finish The lawmakers prepared to meet earlier than usual in a drive to finish action on the embattled bill by nightfall. As it now stands, the bill authorizes $3,042,333,000 to aid other countries economically and militarily during the next 12 months. This is $802,300,000 less than Eisenhower sought, counting the 200 million dollar cut voted Wednesday by the House. First on tap today was a leadership move to reverse the Wednesday action. The House voted 106100 then for an amendment by Rep. Bentley (R-Mich) to reduce to 500 million dollars the economic aid funds to support defense programs of allies. Eisenhower had requested 900 million dollars. The Senate cut that figure to 800 millions, and a House committee had further reduced it to 700 millions before the bill >got to the House floor. Eisenhower said in a statement after the Bentley move succeeded that the cut to 500 millions "can be considered as no less than a threat to our nation's security and that of the free world." He asked for a return to at least the 800 million dollar figure approved in the Senate. Optimistic Representatives Carnahan 'D- Mo) and Vorys (R-Ohio), floor managers for the bill, were cautiously optimistic that the one-day layover had supplied enough opportunity to round up votes to overturn Bentley's amendment. But they weren't sure they could get up to the 800 million dollars. Carnahan noted that only 206 of the 433 present House members voted on the Bentley proposal. Bentley in turn said he is "not at all optimistic" that his cut will stick. Bentley says the defense support funds can be cut safely because there is an eight-billion-dollar back log unspent from past aid appropriations. The administration says the money is vitally needed to shore up economies of poor anti- Communist nations like Korea, Formosa, Viet Nam and others on the Communist borders. Joyceesto Open Drive For Members The annual membership drive of the Carroll Jaycee club will be launched with a breakfast for workers at N 7:30 a.m. Monday at Hotel Burke. Russell S. Wunschel as c a m- paign chairman will head a crew of about 18 canvassers who will be divided into teams of two. The list of prospects to be contacted had grown to 77, Friday. The drive will be completed in ona day, if possible. Membership in the Junior Chamber of Commerce is open to young men between the ages of 21 and 36. Annual dues are $10. Purpose of the organization is to develop the leadership ability of young men and at the same time promote the general interest of the community. Emphasis is placed on youth activities and annual awards are made for outstanding community services. The present membership of the Carroll Jaycee club is about 40. Farmer, 59 f Dies of Burns ATLANTIC 1*1 - A Cass County farmer was dead Friday of burns suffered in a fire started near a wheat field while he was doing chores on his farm north of here. Robert Wilburn. 59, was fatally burned late Thursday when gasoline he was pouring into the motor of a combine set fire to his clothing. He was a former mayor of Atlantic and had been active in Democratic politics A tenant of the farm, Charles Stowe, 45 who was helping with the combine, received first and second degree burns. Stowe attempted to extinguish the flames by rolling Wilburn on the ground. He was taken to a hospital here. Wilburn died several hours after the accident. The fire also spread to the wheat field. It was put out by firemen from Atlantic and Exira. Easy Stitchery and Mrs. Gene Eifler, former classmates of the hostess and bride-elect, Jewel Jackson and Bertha Lynn Anneherg. ' seriously injured. He was brought to the same hospital here. Marvin Phelps, 42 of Sioux City, driver of the truck, told state high Making aprons for shower gifts, bazaars? These pretty ones are EASY! Each just one yard or less of fabrlc-thrlfly! Colorful flowers, simple to embroider. Pattern 7365: Transfer, cutting charts for two aprons. Flower, rlckrack trim—quick stitchery! Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 5 Cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P. O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS. ZONE. AND PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers—two FREE patterns, printed in our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1957! Plus a wonderful variety of design to order—crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, tovs, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this exciting NEW needle book—now! Dessert and coffee were served way patrolmen he was standing by before Miss Sweany opened her! the semi-trailer waving a flash- gifts, which were arranged on a! light but the doctor apparently did table decorated with a centerpiece j not see it. Phelps was not injured. of garden flowers in her colors ofj blue and white. for essential purposes. Mrs. Donald Kramer Gives Party for Her 8-Year-Old Daughter Mrs. Donald Kramer gave a matinee party Thursday afternoon t iic for her daughter, Jeanette Susan, 1 1 0 savc them who celebrated her eighth birthday. After returning tc the Kramer home from the theater, the children played games and Jeanette Susan opened her gifts before lunch was served. Prizes were awarded in the games. * * * Mrs. Kramer was assisted in serving lunch by Mrs. George Friday, Jeanette Susan's aunt. Guests were four of Jeanette Susan's classmates. Mary Jo Conway, Jane Hackfort, Janie Koenig and Jeannie Lammers, and six neighborhood friends, Kathy McDonald, Carol Sundermann. Shar- Two Brothers Drown in Creek Kills Wife and Stepdaughter in Chotiner's Office BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. OrV -Police are holding a liquor salesman they say shot and killed his estranged wife and his young stepdaughter in the office of Murray i Chotiner, attorney and political adviser. Ghotiner's secretary said she refuge behind a desk DES MOINES </&-Two brothers drowned in Beaver Creek north of Grimes Thursday evening while j sought their father, who had been fishing Thursday when Leo A. Lewie, 41, nearby, made a desperate attempt I began firing at the woman and l girl with a luger pistol. They were Jerry Lint, 19 and his, Mrs. Blanche Barlin Lewie, 47, brother, Marvin. 12, sons of Mr. | died instantly of wounds in the and Mrs. Jack Lint who live near!head and abdomen. Grimes, about 10 miles northwest; Menda Birngaum, 15, Mrs. Lew- of Des Moines on the Polk-Dallas i ie's daughter by a previous mar- county line. triage, was pronounced dead at a The younger boy was swimming i receiving hospital, in the creek when he dropped into | Chotiner, Vice President Richard a deep hole. The older brother,; Nixon's 1952 campaign manager, who was nearby, tried to grab had left for home minutes before Seven Million in U.S. Addict Drinkers LOMA LINDA. Calif. (ifu -Seven million adult Americans, says a report, are heavy, addictive drinkers. The report, released Thursday at the annual Institute of Scientific Studies for the Prevention of Alcoholism, said the number of adult drinkers is increasing at the rate of 250,000 a year. Chief reason? "Teaching that moderate drinking is safe." the report. STUDENT TO PREACH (TlmM Herald N>w» Service) LAKE CITY - David Lee of Lake City, who is a ministerial student at Phillips University, Enid, Okla., will preach at Woodlawn Christian Church Sunday morning, July 21. at 10 a.m. He will also preach at Trinity Methodist Church at 10 a.m. Sunday, July 28. GUESTS AT ARCADIA (Times Herald News Rervlee) ARCADIA—Mr. and Mrs. Charles Vincent were overnight visitors at the home of Mr«. Minnie Kaspersen. They were on their way from Ladora to Minnesota. him but he sank, too. The father attempted to rescue both but they panicked and fought him off. Marvin Heidman, an Iowa State'Lewie on behalf of Mrs. Lewie College student who lives with his [ parents on a neighboring farm, I There are between 2,500 and the shooting. His secretary, Mrs. Carol A. Tannis, 21, was unhurt. The attorney said he had recent! ly filed a divorce suit against rB«h.J .ZTml.' V reached the brothers and brought; 5,000 languages and dialects in the ^nH« ^f^«?« rr2 ' kU A *i a " d jthem out. They'were dead on ar- world, according to the Encyclo- brothers, Jerry and Richard, and sisters, Kathy and Beverly. TO ENTER A AND M (Times Herald Newt SerTlee) LAKE CITY - Montie Redenius, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Redenius, has been accepted as a student by Oklahoma A and M in Stillwater, Okla., and will enter this fall. He plans to take a two- year course in fire protection. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer and children, Susan, Tommy and Bobby, who have been spending three weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schaefer of Breda and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kanne of Carroll, and other relatives, are leaving Saturday for their home in Denver, Colo. 'White Sidewoll Haircut' Issue in Flier's Court-Martial FUCHU, Japan Haircuts, the description and definition thereof, Friday claimed the solemn attention of four court-martial judges trying a young American airman who said he didn't want to "look like a shaved jackass." The charge of disobeying an order against Airman 3.C. Donald Wheeler of Cortez, Colo., didn't say anything about haircuts. The Air Force says it's all a matter of routine military discipline, involving disobedience of a "lawful order of his superior officer." MwuKPnma'!' KELLY JEWELRY Is Closed Until Further Notice Wach for Our Opening in Our New Location on North Adams Street HOWARD KELLY, Certified Gemologitt American Gem Society But Wheeler and his lawyer say he was charged after refusing to get a "white sidewall" haircut. The fourth session of the court! martial Thursday brought the ad' mission from the airman's commanding officer, Lt. William N. Shortt of Seattle, Wash., that he couldn't define a "white sidewall." He added that the only description he could give "is what is in the| newspapers—a type where the! hair is shaved from ear to crown < with only a fringe on top." Under cross • examination by Murray Sprung of New York, Wheeler's civilian attorney, Shortt 1 said the 20-year-old airman had told him: "I don't want to look : like a shaved jackass." i It was brought out that the members of the honor guard com-; pany, to which Wheeler formerly j was assigned, were under order to have a "uniform haircut that; is short." There was no definition j of how short is short. Asked if there was a specific i order to shave above the ears, < Shortt said he told Wheeler that! was not necessary. He added: "It was my profound opinion that it (Wheeler's haircut) would not have passed any Air Force inspection. My primary concern was how a man,looked with his bat on." Wheeler contends he had a regulation Air Force haircut one day before challenging the order to get a "white sidewall." Dancing at the Starline Ballroom Saturday July 20 Tony Bradley Tuesday July 23 Bobby Mills •nd His Orchestra BENEFIT St. Lawrence Church ARCADIA FIREMEN'S BENEFIT DANCE TUESDAY, JULY 23 HANK WINDER And His Orchestra at the ARCADIA LEGION BALLROOM Admission $1.90 Nr Person (Tax Included)

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