Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 23, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, July 23, 1957
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Leave for State Parley of Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Clarence McGrane, county president of the American Legion Auxiliary; Mrs: Clem A. White, county secretary - treasurer; Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, president of the Carroll unit; and Mrs. Anna B. Harrington, treasurer of the unit, are leaving Wednesday morning to attend the annual convention of the Iowa Department, American Legion Auxiliary, Wednesday through Friday at Hotel Fort Des Moines, Des Moines. A music contest at 8 p.m. Wednesday will be followed by open house with eighth district delegates as hostesses. Guest speaker at the banquet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday will be Mrs. Carl W. Zeller of Gibsonburg, Ohio, national president, who will be honored at a reception afterwards. Friday's session will close with installation of the newly-elected department officers. Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thomas and children, Ann, Jay, Tim and Derrith, returned Sunday, from a week's vacation at Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji. John Daley of Brookline, Mass., who came to attend funeral services for his mother, Mrs. Jennie Daley, is spending a few days with his brother-in-law, J. P. Cranny. Mrs. Don Llndstrom of Gowrie is visiting her father, J. P. Cranny, through the week. Mr. Lindstrom, who was also here to attend funeral rites Monday for Mrs. Lindstrom's grandmother, Mrs. Jennie Daley, returned to Gowrie Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Ticrney and family came home Sunday from Vacation Village, Lake Okoboji, where they spent the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liewer and daughters, Mary Kay and Sheryl, and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler and son, Gary, returned Saturday from Vacation Village, Lake Okoboji, where they spent a week. They were joined Thursday by Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Lengeling, who returned Sunday. Note Birthday Of Mrs. Wagner Mr. and Mrs. Donald Stangl honored Mrs. Stangl's grandmother. Mrs. Josephine Wagner of Halbur, at a birthday supper in their home Sunday evening. The day also marked the birthday of Mrs. Wagner's grandson, Bud Wagner of Manning. Guests included Mrs. Wagner's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Wagner, and family, of Manning; her daughters, Cecelia Wagner of Halbur and Nettie Wagner of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. William Eischeid and son, Paul. A decorated birthday cake formed the supper table's centerpiece. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neppl of Pittsburgh, Pa., and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Middendorf drove to Storm Lake Sunday and met Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heiman, with whom they had dinner at the Cobblestone Inn. Mrs. Heiman, the former Helen Schechinger, Mrs. Neppl and Mrs. Middenaorf were classmates at St. Angela Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Verdts Hansen spent the weekend at Freeport, 111., with Mrs. Hansen's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Karleen, who have just moved there from Bernardsville, N. J. Dinner Party For.Templeton P. G. R. Club Mrs. L. J. Greteman of Templeton entertained the Past Grand Regents Club of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, at an out-door barbecue dinner at her home Monday evening. * The ensuing business was conducted by Mrs. Kuhl, president. Mrs. Eugene Hoffman, deputy, s gave highlights Past Grand Regents Pioneer Day program at Des Moines Sunday, July 14. The remainder of the evening was spent informally. The first prize was won by Mrs. Hoffman and second by Mrs. Joe Irlbeck of Carroll. * * « The club will dispense with its August meeting. The next meeting will be Sept. 16 at Mrs. Joe Nagl's home in Carroll. Plans are being made for a no-hostess dinner at that time. Mr. and Mrs. Don J. Smith returned Sunday afternoon from a two-week trip to New Orleans, La., and Miami, Fla., which they took with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Hill, of St. Paul, Minn. Stopping at Peoria, 111., on the way back, Mr. and Mrs. Smith were accompanied home from there by their daughter, Mrs. Don Maher, and son, Denny, who are spending two weeks with them. The Rev. and Mr*. C. Hugo Orf of Des Moines, formerly of Carroll, visited friends here Monday. They were returning home from Lake View, where they attended Lois Manuel's weddjng Sunday evening. MANNEQUIN MAG CORNU . . . (dimensions: 47-41-49-223) models simple summer afternoon dress for pjump patrons of Paris shop. Mag is also president of Large Women's Goodwill Club. Social Calendar Tuesday- Women's city golf tournament, Carroll Country Club. Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke, Methodist Yourtg Adult class pic* i • nlc, Graham Park shelterhouse. Saturday- Teen-agers" dance, Carroll Country Club. • : Newcomers Club potluck. dinner, 8f30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. •• meeting I r v i n district of the Mag Figures It'sPoiseOver and Mrs. Jack Olson and I A WA I f (A i | n A j c n, Deborah and Steven, left I ^ y ^ 1 1 UU K UI ° Mr children for their home at St. Louis, Mo., Tuesday after visiting since Sunday with Mr. Olson's grandmother, Mrs. 0. L. Sanborn, the Clyde Carlson family and Mrs. Louise Bitcon. They stopped here when returning from a trip north. YOUR VISION m » continuing writs of articles prepared for newspapers «s a public service . . . By OR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist Temporary "Blindness" One of the most alarming of all visual symptoms is hazy, uncertain vision which comes on all of a sudden — sometimes referred to as temporary "blindness." As a matter of fact, it is rather common and nearly everyone experiences it in some form. Lasting from a few minutes to half an hour, the disturbance may be followed by a sick headache. Bright spots or flashes of light may be seen, or more commonly, holes may appear in the visual field. The effect may occur in one or both eyes. When looking at an object, it may disappear, can only be seen when looking to one* side. Sometimes a quarter, or exactly half of the visual field may have no vision, or seeing is fuzzy and confused. . These frightening effects do not mean "blindness," nor do they indicate disease is present. Actually, the condition is harm' less and does not require treatment in the ordinary case. The cause of the temporary loss of vision Is not exactly known. Waves of chemical disturbance, nutritional fluctuation in the visual areas of the brain seem to be the explanation. Fatigue and emotion may bring on an attack in some people, for others the affect is produced after eating certain foods. The condition has nothing to do with use of the eyes. It is something like migraine headaches, due to similar (actors, and the two may occur together. If the so-called "blindness" effects are frequent, and headache common, treatment may be required for the basic cause. But, it does not mean ones eyes are going bad. Copyright, 18SB Virion Conservation Institute Sponsored for Public Information by tht Following Optometrists Dr. 0. M. O'Connor Dr. John E. Martin Dr. Rtx W. Hinton Walter Neppls Conclude Their Visit in Carrol I Mr. and Mrs. Walter Neppl and family, of Pittsburgh, Pa., who have concluded a visit here with Mrs. Neppl's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Maher, Mr. Neppl's father, Frank Neppl, and other relatives, were given a round of courtesies. Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner entertained the visitors and Mr. and Mrs. Maher at a steak dinner on the lawn of. their home. , Mr. and Mrs. Maher honored -the Neppls at a dinner party for 14 at the Brown Derby Saturday evening. Guests were relatives of Mr. Neppl. * * « Friday noon, the Neppl family was entertained at dinner in the home of Mr. Neppl's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heinrichs, at Halbur. They also visited the Albert and Alonzo Neppls at Halbur. Saturday noon, Mr. and Mrs. Neppl and family were entertained by his' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Tiefenthaler. Sunday noon, Mr. and Mrs. Neppl and Mr. and Mrs. Maher were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick. • * • Mr. arid Mrs. Neppl and children, Eugenie, Marily, Debbie, Tom and John, left Tuesday morning for Pittsburgh after a 10-day visit here. By ROSETTE HARGROVE NEA Staff Correspondent white, successfully. On the other hand, do not teeter around on spike heels which throw you off balance and make for a ridiculous silhouette. Let your makeup be very discreet and adopt a short haircut., "Wear simple two-piece ensembles with a straight, fingertip jacket. White accents are always Supper and Showef Fete 2 Brides-Elect Janice Rutten and Janice Enge len were hostesses at a supper party at the Brown Derby Monday evening, honoring Barbara' Jensen and Patricia Loew, who will be Aygust brides. There were places for 19 at a table decorated at each end with' a single candle circled with mums. One of the candles was blue and the other, orchid. Both brides-elect were present ed with shower gifts". They were also given carnation corsages by the group. The hostesses and guests are employed in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company: Miss Loew will marry Gerald H. Dalhoff of Halbur at the St. Lawrence Church < here Aug. 17. Miss Jensen will marry' Robert Olsen of Hamlin at the Methodist Church here August 10. PARIS - (NEA) - Sigh no becoming , For evening, a stole more, you ladies who happen to | wffl dissimu i ate your 'rotundity- belong to the category known as "outsizes" in department stores. So says Madame Mag Cornu, president of the newly - created "Club Sympathique de Femmes Fortes" (Large Women's Goodwill Club). Wo/nen whose waistlines measure from 34 to 49 inches should never ever lose heart, she says: Mag should know because she happens to be the largest of Paris mannequins. Imposing Figure Her measurements are imposing—47-41-49. So is her weight— 223 pounds. She is 5 feet 9, a blonde with blue eyes, flashing white teeth, and lots of "joie de vivre." Twice.a year, for the spring and fall season, she models "outsizes" for Toutmain, a medium • priced as well as accent your femininity. Avoid anything snug-fitting — this merely underlines your size. "Finally and above all, always be impeccably groomed." RETURN TO TEXAS (Time*-Herald News Service) COON RAPIDS - Ronald Kretzinger and son Douglas of Dallas, Tex., who had visited Mr. Kretzinger's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kretzinger, left July 20 for Bronson, Mo. where they picked up Mrs. Kretzinger who has been visiting her relation in Pineville, Ky. From there, they are returning to Dallas. NEW HOSPITAL POST WASHINGTON l/P> — Appoint- store on the Champs Elysees. She . _ rofp ._:' i , ervic „ . does this every-afternoon over a ! . r *f° ' ™ P^I^ULH ^ hn J period of four weeks. Toutmain hf veterans administration hospi- K . ta in Knoxville. Iowa, as man- Week's Sewing Buy Printed Pattern PLAN WORKSHOP (Time. Herald New. Service) COON RAPIDS - The WCTU met at the First Methodist Church parlors Tuesday afternoon with Mrs. Ernie Smith leading devotions. Plans were made for a fall workshop to be held at the church Oct. 29 with 3 state officers helping conduct the meeting. Surrounding towns will be given an opportunity to organize a union or an LTL for the children, from 5 to 12 years. The next meeting will be at the Methodist Church August 20, at 2 p.m. Election of officers will be held that day. was the first dress shop to cater to women right up to a 57 inch bust measurement. Mag flits through the salons with tremendous poise, as lightfooted as* her slimmer sisters, eagerly watched by three to four hundred women, the majority from the provinces. She was a mannequin in the roaring "twenties" and just about half the size she is now. Later she had a small dressmaking establishment of her own and is very proud of the fact that she was the first Parisian couturier to take a collection to New York after the Liberation; She refuses to say how old she is but admits to a 27-year- old son. All large women should derive comfort from Mag's affirmation that "men are never attracted by thin women." Jolly Wives "Husbands of,fat women," she says, "are amiable because their wives are jolly and have a zest for life which makes them liked by everybody who approaches them. Dieting makes you melancholy. "You may be fat but you usually have a fresh complexion, a smooth neck and firm arms. You have no wrinkles and look fifteen years younger than your age." To make the most of themselves, plump women should follow these Mag hints: "Black is not the only slimming color. You can wear red and even tal in Knoxville, Iowa, as man ager of the veterans hospital at St. Cloud, Minn., was announced Monday. Busy Bluebirds GOOD NEWS FOR HOME SEWERS RIOHTl •uUerlek Dress Pat. tern izsa "Sissy" f rftnt classroom cotton with trim. Size 4 take* 2% „ Yards, SllSS 1 to 6. «i»"V-r SCHOOL CLOTHES FABRICS AT WATERS ARE FABULOUS FOR THE MONEY Soft, Easy Care Fabrics in Colorful Plaids, Chocks, Ivy League Stripes MOORSVILLl COMBED COTTON GINGHAM Get top quality and designs in these famous Moorsville Combed Cotton Ginghams. You can be sure too that you have the style right, color right plaids you need for those important fall fashions: • Always dries smooth, even when tumble drier* • (pot and soil resistant. • Never needs starch, Utile or no Ironing, • Orapos beautifully* holds Its shape, tU Inches wide 79c Yard SIMPSON'S "DIP AND DON COTTONS" Lu»trou« -wash and wear" cotton uueirouB -wasn and wear" cottons with e ?»"• ,«•«• resistant so?" resistant n \uM, uf X,ea«ue stripes and checks. You'll love them care for, Just drip or tumble ceruea. wjth ever. Ivy for .. Joy to dry. Fast color, mer- • Crease reslstent. • fast drying, little or no Ironing. • Stays fresh and clean longer. • Never needs starch. WOOL-LIKE BRUSHED RAYON FLANNELS Beautiful hand washable rayon flannels th*t have the look and feel of soft imported woolens. In popular Ivy League stripes and soft glow ng plaids snd checks that assure you of fashion right colors, expertly blended to retain their brightness for the life of the garment. • Color locked to retain lasting vibrancy, • Cashmere-like softness and beauty. e loth hand washable and wrinkle resistant.. U'inches wide $1.19 Yard 41 inches wide $1.98 Yard ABOVi) Pattern •urtertek' •101. An. .. ,e a s y-c a r e schoolmate" In - n4 -«p ; strlpe* .... white. In sUe_ 8, t yards, Sixes r to li. other teed ^uV WATERS 5th Street Dept. Store Bluebirds add a say look to your home! Here they are: a special for your kkchen towels, one for each day In the week. Easy stitches —fun even for a beginner. Pattern 7136: Tranater of 8 motifs, 5HX6 Inches; directions, color suggestions. Send Thirty-five cente (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, rATTEBN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book tor 1957! Plus a variety of designs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this needlecraft book —now! Auxiliary at Arcadia Installs Its New Officers (Time* Herald Newa Service) ARCADIA — American Legion Auxiliary- of Ehlers-Gerken Post Unit 694, met Monday evening in the Legion Hall basement. The meeting was called to order' by the president, Mrs. Lewis Schmitz Mrs. Leon Andersen, treasurer, re ported, that $77 has been donated by members so far instead of a bake sale. 1 On August 1 the Junior Auxiliary members and their mothers . will have a picnic at the Arcadia Park. Again this year the Auxiliary will sponsor a pie stand and ice cream stand at the Legion's annual Labor Day celebration. It was decided to divide the Auxiliary into four circles, with each circle to be responsible for some activity during the year. Names will be drawn to determine the members of each circle and its chairman. The state convention will be held at Hotel Ft. Des Moines, July 24, 25, and 26. Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, | Mrs. Johnny Wiebers, and Miss Christine Mess are delegates.! Alternates are Mrs. Leo Schmitz, Mrs. Leonard Booth and Miss Rose Leiting. Installation of officers was held, with Mrs. Joe Neu acting as installing officer. Officers are: Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, president; Rose Leiting, first vice president; Mrs. Art Bruck, second vice president; Mrs. Johnny Wiebers, secretary; Mrs. Leo Schmitz, treasurer; - Mrs. Leonard Booth, chaplain; Christine Mess, historian, and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, sergeant-at-arms. The president named her committee chairmen: Americanism, Mrs. Roy Kruse; child welfare, Mrs. Jay Quinn; community service, Mrs. Ray Wiebers; legislative, Rose Leiting; national defense, Mrs. Albert Hunter; Pan American, Mrs. Floyd Brandt; poppy, Miss Mess; publicity, Mrs. Willus Hill; radio, constitution and bylaws, Mrs. Ed Erps.-Mrs. Grover Evers and Miss Mess; civil defense, Mrs. William Nobling; cards for sick, Violetta Noelck; Gold Star, Mrs. Henry Beckman; auditing, Mrs. Johnny Wiebers and Mrs. Leon Andersen; memorials, Mrs: Anna Jahde and Mrs. Wayne Duffy; membership unit officers; courtesy, Mrs. Leonard-Bruening; education, Mrs. Dean Brightwell and Mrs. William Badding; Girl's State, Mrs. Leonard Venteicher; Junior activities, Mrs. Warren Andersen; color bearers, Mrs. Leroy Niehaus and Mrs. Forrest Wiese; kitchen, Mrs. William Jahde. Mrs. Schmitz announced that She will call an * executive board meeting after the convention. renuptial arty Honors Miss Joan Stangl Mrs. Maurice Schmitt gave a prenuptial party at her home-Monday evening for Joan Stangl, who was presented with a towel,shower. • ••• Guests were Mrs. Joseph StangU mother of the bride-elect, Mi's. 0 M. O'Connor, Mrs. Alton StaHgl; Mrs. Vincent Stangl, Mrs. John Loneman, Mrs. Earl 'Hagerty; Mrs. William' Hamilton, Mrs. Mefc vin Pietlg" and Mrs. Clarence Loneman. • 4 * Traveling bingo was played, and prizes were awarded. The winners presented their prizes to M i s .g Stangl. m N The nut cups, which were little blue umbrellas with white bows, were favors on the lunch trays. Decorating the serving table was a low blue bowl filled with blue and white bachelor buttons, carrying out the colors of the bride- elect. Miss Stangl will marry Donald Nehman of .Lytton at 9:30 a.m. August 10 in SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Jlffy-cut Printed Pattern! Sew easy—pin pattern to fabric, cut each, entire blouse at on time Three classic styles—stunning ward robe for skirts! Printed Pattern 9379: Tissue all one piece! Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14 16, 18. Size 16 upper version l*»' yards 35-inch; middle 1?4; lower 17* #ards. Prlrited directions on each pattern part. Easy, fast, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing Send to Marian Martin, care of Daily Times Herald, 25 Pattern DepU 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Crouse Cartage Co Carroll - fh. »«• Board members are: Mrs. Johnny Wiebers, Mrs. Forrest Wiese and Mrs. Joe Neu. The birthday song was sung for members having their birthday in July. Eleven members had perfect attendance the past year: Mrs. Leon Andersen, Mrs. Warren Andersen, Mrs. Leonard Bruening, Mrs. Wayne Duffy, Mrs. William Jahde, Mrs. Maria Miers, Mrs. Anna Jahde, Violetta Noelck, Mrs. John Vonnahme, Mrs. Ray Wiebers and Mrs. Lewis ScKmitz. The penny march was held. The door prize was won by Mrs. William Jahde. Alter lunch, bingo was played. On the lunch committee were: Mrs. George Schroeder, Mrs. Orville Schroeder, Mrs. Henry Schroeder and Mrs. Herman Schrad, and entertainment committee, Mrs. Clem Muggenberg and Mrs. Bernard Bellinghausen. The next meeting will be August 19. Civil Defense Aide Says She Has Been Fired DES MOINES MPW-.A state Civil Defense employe said Monday she has been fired. But her boss. State Civil Defense Director C. E. (Ben) Fowler, declined to confirm her statement. Mrs. Dorothy L. Towne, Fowler's assistant .director for women's affairs, said Fowler was discontinuing the women's department of the defense office, effective Aug. 1, and that her dismissal would be effective on that date. Mrs. Towne said Fowler told her he was discontinuing the women's division so that he could "put another m?n in the* field" and still stay within his appropriation. However, Fowler declared: "There will always be a women's department." He added: "I am going to revamp and reorganize it" Asked about the dismissal of Mrs. Towne, Fowler said: "I'm not ready to make any release on that." Fowler said there would be some "routine changes" but that they must "go through channels" before being announced. He said he would announce the changes in "a couple of weeks." Mrs. Towne was hired July L 1955, to set up a women's department in the state civil defense organization. Her official title was administrative assistant to the director. Miss Muriel Reynolds, who spent about a month with Mrs. E. J. Waters, has gone to Boulder, Colo., for the second session of summer .school at the Uuniersity of Colorado. She will leave from Boulder for Albany, Calif., where she will teach school the coming year. ENDS TONIGHT (Tutsejiy) Gunfight at tht OK Corral" No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! v ^e ^ifiaFipF. JSST nlent carrier CARROLI ^» aV Wednesday . . . One Night Only! DARINOI SENSATIONAL! USE OUR CREDIT PLAN Keepsake mtures a perfetr center diamond In every engagement ring, look for the name Keepsake In.the ring and en the tag, and be sure of maxim** beauty and brilliant* iarever. AIR-CONDITIONED FOR YOUR COMFORI Loehr & Shriver 4BWILHRS , 107 WWT m It; ' eeuMSitmuMi AS TH§V COM* Open 6:45 p. m 475 Reason* Why You Should •• Hare Wednesday Nltel KIDS! Special Matin** Wtdnuday A Thuriday 2)00 P> m. *Hia F atho" In ,C«lar VISIT AT COON RAPIDS (Times Herald News Service) COON RAPIDS — Mrs. Bernie Saggan, Jeff and Beckie, came Saturday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kretzinger while Mr. Saggan is in-, Minnesota on business. HENRY FARNKEL DEAD DES MOINES l/B—Private services for Henry S. Frankel, 76, former .president of Younker Bros., Inc.* will be held here Wednesday. Frankel, prominent in Des Moines business and civic affairs more than 50 years, died at his home Monday morning. You'd be surprised how long it takes some youngsters to get out of doing a 10-minute job for Mom. ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) "Iron Petticoat" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE WEDNESDAY BUCK NITE EXCITING! DRAMATIC! T - CO-HIT — JLTOM.roWIBID ACTIONI Own 7il5 p. m. 2 Blf Feature* ' For 2 50c Tickets Per Cor! All for $1.00

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