Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 27, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 27, 1957
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Two Parties Compliment Loraine Hess Loralne Bess, the fiancee of Kenneth Qulnn of Lake View, was honored at two parties Friday. In the evening Mr. Quinn'a mother, Mrs. Edward V. Qtilnn, gave a prenuptial coffee for SO guests at her home south of Lake View. With the exception of Miss Hess and her mother, Mrs. Carl J. Hess, of Carroll, the guesu were, from the Lake View area. Mrs. Hess presided at the silver coffee service at a table covered I with a lace cloth and decorated; with a large arrangement of pink and white gladioli, carrying out the colors of the bride-elect. Pink candles complemented the centerpiece. Vocal solos and readings were alternated in a program. Norma Spurting sang "Waiting at the Church." "I Love You Truly" and "End of a Perfect Day." Mrs. Earl Bettin gave a group of readings. Mrs. Quinn presented Miss Hess with a corsage. » * * The other part* was a 9 o 'clock breakfast given by Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen at her home. The group was seated around the dining table which was decorated with A pink floral centerpiece. MISS H&s received a gift from Mrs. Thelen. Invited to the courtesy with Miss l Hess and her mother were Mrs. Joe Dellere of Omaha, Mrs. Cy Hulsebus, Mrs. Robert C. Sorensen, Mrs. Walter Baudler, Mrs. Lloyd Otto and Mrs. Andy Balk. Vernon Wencks' 10th Anniversary : Noted at a Party Relatives and friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wenck at their home Thursday evening, celebrating the couple's tenth wedding anniversary. The visitors served lunch and presented Mr. and Mrs. Wenck with a gift. * * * participants were Mr. and Mrs. Andy Wlehers and children and Mr. and Mrs. Louie Christiansen, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Wenck, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Sub bert and chlldrrii, Mrs. Rose Subbert, Mr. and Mrs. John Heuton and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Onken. Social Calendar Saturday— Teen-agers dance, Carroll Country Club. Attend Wedding Of Nephew In Odebolt Church Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bengfort and daughter, Marilyn, Mrs. Pauline Schenkelberg, Florence Singes and Eddie Feeney attended the wedding of Darlenp Paul and Paul Bengfort in St. Martin's Church at Odebolt at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe W. Bengfort of Odebolt, is a nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bengfort. Mrs.* Schenkelberg and Miss Dingei. Mrs. W. L Otto Entertains For Carol Collison Newcomers Club potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. ' Tuesday*- * D. C. Contract Club, Mrs, 0. Smith Thomas, Hotel Burke, Thursday- Ladies Aid Society flower show and guest day, Lutheran Church parlors, Time* Harald, Carroll, lows Saturday, July 17, 1957 Carol Collison. who is vacationing at the home Of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Collison, and will teach at Pomona, Calif., the coming school year, was honored at a dessert-bridge given by Mrs. William L. Otto at her home Friday evening. Garden flowers decorated the rooms. After dessert and coffee were served at individual tables, contract bridge was played at two tables. * » * Mrs. Don Boell won the high score prize and Mrs. Richard Happe, second high. Mrs. Otto presented Miss Collison with An out-of-town guest was Miss Collison's sister, Mrs. James Allen of Marion, Ala. Max Antisdels Hostess to Class (TtroM Herald News Service) STAR — Mr. and Mrs. Max Antisdel entertained the Willing Workers Sunday school class of the Star Methodist Church at the July meeting. Fourteen members were present. Melvin Molle, pres ident, conducted a short business meeting. H. Grottlusehtfii Art Vacationing ArGrttn Lata, Wit. (ftrrM* HeHU »»#* 8«f*IM) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Grotelusehen are vacationing this week in Green Lake, Wis. at the Lutheran Music and Mission camp. , Mr. and Mrs. Denver Haase have arrived home after spending seve/al weeks in Los Angeles. Tom Koon, son of Mrs. Bernice Koon, will leave for navy duty Aug. s. Cynthia Peters, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Peters, and a student nurse in oes Moines, is spending her vacation at home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brooks and children of St. Louis, Mo., are spending several days with relatives and friends. Dr. Charles Johnson of Qrlswold, will spend Wednesday and Thursday 1ft the offices of Dr.' Bruce Fenchel the next two weeks, while Dr. Fenchel attends National Guard camp. Pinochle Club Meets In Home at Manning (Time* Herald New* SerrteM MANNING - The N. D. Pinochle Club met at the home of Mrs. Otto Hagedorn July 28. Mrs. Annie Ewold, a guest, scored high at cards. Mrs. William Petersen held second high and Mrs. Joe Steen, low. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Henry Arp will be the next hostess.. -Dinner Courtesy For L W. Hillyers Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Keith and son, Tom, entertained at dinner in their home at Denison Friday evening for Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hillyer nf Long Beach, Calif., formerly of Carroll, who are visiting relatives in this area. Other guests were Mr/and Mrs. Don Hillyer of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Buckner of Audubon. Minnesotans Visit In Cliff Hoft Home (Timet Hersld Hews Berried WALL LAKE - Mrs. Charles Raine and Mrs. Kenneth Smith and daughter, Karen, of Marshall, Minn., were dinner guests Tues-. day in the Cliff Hoft home. Mr. and Mrs. William Wincell and Miss Emma Gosch of Sioux City returned Saturday night from a three-week visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Gosch and family and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Anderson and family at Vancouver, Wash. Ferd Gosch of Sioux City, spent the weekend in the Wincell home, and Miss Helen Gonnerman called Sun day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Judd and daughter of Rupert, Idaho, who were en route to Bishopville, S. C. called on Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ltndstrom and baby in the Martin Bielema home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Langfritz had a picnic dinner and supper Sunday at the Chautauqua Park in Sac City with Mr. and Mrs. William Freese and* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoefing of Manson, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Luebke and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mell? and Andrea, of Fort Dodge, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vogel and Virgil of Clare. AUGUST BRIDE-ELECT . . . Mr, and Mrs. Hugo Wessllng of Coon Rapids announce the ap-*| preaching marriage of their daughter, Roselyn, to Leo J. Seidi, son of. Mrs, Vera Seldl of Dedhaitt and the late Henry Seldl. The wedding will take place Wednesday morning, Aug 28, in St. Joseph's Church at Dfdham, Mr. Seldl, specialist third class in the U, 8. Army, Is stationed at Fort Bliss, Te*. Mrs. Daiker Entertains for Son's Fiancee Mrs. Peter Daiker gave a miscellaneous shower for 33 guests at her home Thursday night,, honoring Barbara Haned of Sioux City, August 10 bride-elect of Mrs. Daiker's son, Paul Daiker, of Boys Town, Neb Mrs. Paul 'Meyers, daughter of the hostess, assisted with the bridal games. * * * • Centering the gift table were a miniature bride and groom under an umbrella tree In the bridal colors of green and white. Mrs. Daiker was assisted in serving lunch by Mrs. Art Wink er, Mrs. Ray Winker, Mrs, John Bernholtz and Miss Frances Os wald. Umbrella tree nut cups were In green and white. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Emll Haried and Patty Haried of Sioux City, mother and sister of the bride-elect. Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hillyer or Long Beach, Calif., who have been spending this week with Mr. Hillyer's brother-in-law ahd sister, Mr. and Mrs C. E. Buckner, CARROLLTON COMETS MEET (Timet Merits New* Service) STAR — The Carrollton Comets 4-H Club met July 24 at the Star Community Building. Vice president, Steven Annear, conducted the business meeting. Plans for the Four-County Fair were discussed. Ronald Thielen gave a report on the short course which he attended. Dennis Clausen reported on his attendance at the 4-H camp. Eleven members answered roll call. Adults attending were County Extension Director, W. H. Brown, at Audubon, are coming to Car roll Sunday for a week's visit j the leaders, Archie Robinson and with Mr. and Mrs Don Hillyer. [ Delbert Ford, and Clayton Roller. Personal Paragraphs Dr. and Mrs. F. A. Stamp returned Friday night from Cumberland, Wis., where Dr. Stamp had a check-up and completed a clinical course Of study at the Toftness Chiropractic Clinic. Mrt. J. S. Light returned home Friday night from a five-week visit with her son and daughter-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Hatten Light, at Westport, Conn. Esther Feld and Thelma Winnike le/t Saturday noon to spend a few days in Chicago. They were accompanied by Miss Feld's cous in, Patricia O'Toole, of Snyder, Mrs. Minnie Vogel Of Wall Lake Is Seek from Minnesota (Time* tteflld Hews Service) WALL LAKE - Mrs. Minnie Vogel is back from a week's visit in the Ed Fuller home at Minneapolis, Minn. The Fullers have adopted an elght -week -old boy. Mrs. Alvln Wright entertained 15 guests Friday evening in the home df Mrs. Laura Wright in honor of her daughter Carta's ninth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coil and family have returned from a three-week vacation trip to Washington, Oregon, California and Colorado. Mrs. Clara Meyer and Kathryn, Mrs. Rosetta Mauer, Mrs. Otto Nutzman and Paula Schlfiitz of Storm Lake spent Thursday in the Virgil Mauer home at Sioux City and helped him celebrate his birthday. Paula has been a guest of Mrs. Mauer since July 14. Mr. and Mrs. William Staldman of Sac City and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Cummins and family of Camdenton, Mo., called on Mary Christiansen Sunday. Joyce Kroeger, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kroeger of Early was a patient in the Carroll hos- FOOLPROOF PHOTOGRAPHY;. . . The energy of light Itself — solar or artificial — has been trapped to provide home moviemakers with cor-, rectly exposed Him. A new, 8«mm camera with a built-in electric eye "reads" the light and automatically sets the lenz opening for correct exposure. Man at left photographs a baseball game. His Ohly Job Is to start the camera In motion. Sketch at right shows how the exposure control works. Light entering the photoelectric celt (bottom of camera) sets up a flow of electric current. The current flows through the meter colt, moving a gear mechanism that controls the trls gears. This opens or closes the iris aperture to permit exactly the right amount of light to reach the movie film. The exposure control Operates Instantaneously and continuously, with no attention from the photographer, even though the light changes while the camera Is running. When there Is not enough light to make good pictures, a beacon in the vlewflnder warns the photographer to stop shooting. Annual Walther League Ice cream social, Lutheran school basement, Lidderdale, Sun., July 28, 5 p.m. Adv. Pvt. Larry Schenkelberg of Fort Meyer, Va., is spending a 10 -day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schenkelberg, and family. He flew from Washington, t> C. to Offutt Air Base, Omaha, where he was met by his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and MrS. William Schenkelberg Jr. INOS TONIGHT (Saturday) "The Jim Piersoll Story" "Fear Strikes Out" CARROLI ^SB7 : ir>r.)u , in, mm Sun. - Mon. - Tues. The people, the event* of the International beet-eeller are on the screen I Mrs. Nick Belter returned Friday night from Lake Okoboji, where she spent two days with her father, W. M. Wiggins, who accompanied her home for a few days' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen and daughter, Karen Kay, left Friday on a vacation trip of three or four weeks. After spending the Weekend with Mr. Hansen's parents, Mr and Mrs. J.F, Hansen, at Fremont, Neb., they will visit his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Hansen, at Las Vegas, Nov., for about two weeks. Karen Kay will stay at Las Vegas While Mr. and Mrs. Hansen go on to Pasadena, Long Beach and Los Angeles, Calif. New Friends i JAMCS MASQN < JOAN FONTAINE D0KOTHV QANOWPOg 'JOAW COMJNSt MieMAemeNNie MM***HAKRV BGLAFQNTE DARRYl F. ZANUCK* ALFRED HAYES Continuous Show Sunday - Doors •Open at \ :00 p. m. TONIGHT (Situcday) Dusk to Dawn Show 4 - Features — 4 .,"r- 4 - Cartoons - 4 CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun.*Mon. - Tues. Mr. and Mrs. Ned Fuller and daughter, Diane, of Cedar Rapids, formerly of Carroll, are coming Saturday tor a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Perry Kndwlton and family. Mrs. Joe Dellere and daughters, Nancy Jo and Janie, are return ing to their home In Omaha Sun day after a week's visit' with Mrs. Dellere's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Wlttc. Mr. Dellere is joining them Saturday and they are returning with him. Patty, Kathy, Tommy and Michael Ryan of Atlantic spent three days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bengfort, while their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan, were vacationing. Mr. and Mrs. Ryan stopped here for the children Friday night when returning from Garner. Happy little "bugs" will make conversation piece* as pillows on - ur porch or patio. Each "bug" made In pieces , . . use odds and ends of gay fabrics. Pattern 70S8: transfer pattern for pillows: two nxl3',i; one 14x17 Inches; directions. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) Jesse Wilsons of Lonesboro Back from Rochester, Minnesota (Times Herald News Service) LANESBORO - Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Wilson spent several - days in Minnesota, where Mr. Wilson went through the clinic for a check-up. They returned home the forepart of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cady ahd family of Barnam and Wayne Lowrey of Fort Dodge were dinner guests in the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Twogood, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs., Burdette Twogood and Delwyn took Gary Twogood to Sioux City Thursday, where he was inducted into the Air Corps. He left by bus. He will be stationed at Lackland Air Base for ba Flags to Fly In Memory Of Storm Victims BATON ROUGE, U. I^-Flags of the slate and nation will fly at half-staff today in memory of Hurricane Audrey victims as protests df flag protocol faded. Gov. Earl Long's proclamation for lowering the flags, commemorating' the storm that left more than 500 dead in southwest Louisiana, went into effect after Maj. Gen. Raymond Hufft, state adjutant general, admonished critics to "check their regulations before sounding off." John English. Americanism chairman for the Bergeron-Bonvillion post of the Veterans of For- N. Y., who has been spendinc . . . ,. n tii TI,,,,.. return home Irom Chicago, "g^ ^ ^ ^ Omaha spent several days last week in the Leo Downey home. ' Mrs. Ed Wolterman, Mrs. A. J. Faber, Mrs. Jerry Bruns, Mrs. Frank Tiefenthaler and Mrs. Nick Hauser surprised Mrs. Darrell Andersen of Arcadia Monday afternoon In honor of her birthday. Scott Andersen returned home with them after spending a week in the Wolterman home. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Faber and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruns attended the all-star baseball game in Sioux City Sunday afternoon. Gary Faber, Fat. Lawler and David Freeman were members of the all-star team. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Roth and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roth and sons,-Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Pfannkucn and Merlin, Mr. and Mrs. Don Werkmeister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Roth and Louie Roth had a picnic at the lake Sunday in honor of the birthdays of Louie Roth, which was Sunday, and Cathy and Crls- ty Werkmeister on July 18 Roy Bettins Are Back from a Visit In South Carolina '(Timed Hrrsld News Servlc*) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bettin and family have returned from their trip to South Carolina. Michelle Glasnapp of Sac City came Monday and was a guest in the Henry Stock home until Wednesday while her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Glasnapp. were on a trip to Nebraska and South Dakota. Mrs. Donna Long and daughter of Mllford came Sunday morning and visited in the Fred Bettin home until Monucy afternoon. Additional guests for a picnic sup- S er Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. [enneth Bettin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Bettin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stehr and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bettin and baby, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bettin and family and Mr. , , , eign Wars, protested that lower sic training. Two boys rom Glld-|i n g the flag would be improper, den were inducted at the S a m e ,„ , , . .., t{ me Hufft contended this was not the • ',„,.„„ nt w „«j. ca8e » antl tnat h e 8 0t clearance JSJ? Sill^#ii I L.^ the department of Defense pub- and Mrs. Charley Lange. The r, SL« J!CL in nnl! lic information office and the birthdays of Roy Bettin. Fred Bet- MrS«2 JLw Itl ^niih. " J ' Slale Department's protocol sec-! "n. Kathy Stehr and Leroy Bet- Moines gathered for a picnic and tion | tin were observe d. Mr. and Mrs. an afternoon of visiting. Thosej installations hv Vern Betlin had lheir daughters KnMd^ the ^ band, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Prall. andjP 81 * in •«» ceremony. 1 was for tnem - l ™son j Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jensen and two sons, Jeffrey and Joel Mrs. Ruth Fogerty, Mr, and Mrs. Richard Fogerty, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Boaz, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Boaz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Moore and daughter, Mrs. Muriel Filmer, Mrs. Delia Baker Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Baker and family. Beverly Remsburg and friend and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Williams and family. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Findhal of West Fork, Ark., visited a few days in the home of the latter's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller; Mrs Deiores Moulds and family and in the Don Gemberling and Georpe Dewey homes. Mrs. Findhal Is the former Nadine Wick, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wick of LeCenter, Minn. Dorothy Kay Hodges is coming from Des Moines Saturday to spend the weekend at home. Mrs. Lynn Davlsson and daughter, Susan, of Ames, who arrived Friday (or a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Cooper, will be joined by Mr. Davisson Saturday. Other guests in the Cooper home are Mrs. Cooper's sister, Mrs. Charles Cooper; daughter, Mrs. Gordon Heim, and her daughter. Beth, of Mora, Minn., and another daughter, Mrs. Bob Beck, and her-son, Stephen, of Rochester, Minn Mr, and Mrs. Cooper and the visitors will attend a farewell party at Sioux Rapids Sunday for the Rev. and Mrs. Roy Jones, who are moving from j Sioux Rapids to Ohio. Mrs. Jones was for them, toe. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cave and Mrs. Jerry Selins and son of Baltimore, Md„ arrived for a visit in the Adolph Keiser and Perley Clothier homes and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wollesen and Kathleen were Sunday dinner guests in the Rudolph Bohms home at Webster City. Rudolph recently returned from the hospital in Chicago. Mrs. J. A. Mack entertained the Jolly Pinochle Club and Melinda Oldsen and Helen Nutzman at a dessert-luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Prizes were woh by Mrs. Mack. Mrs. August Nutzman and Mrs. Mary Quinlin. for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Aits Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station. New. York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, ZONK, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed in our new Alice Brooks Needlecratt Book for 19571 Plus a variety of .de« signs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weavlnS, toys, dolls, others. Send 35 cents for your copy of this needlecratt book —now! FRED MacMURRAY JEFFREY HUNTER > JANICE RULE r J Opsn at 7:15 p. m. First Show at Dusk! Smart Folks Use Our Convenient DRIVE-IN SERVICE and Save 10% on all Their Dry Cleaning Bills HOW ABOUT YOU? CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS Miss Ruth Keister Honored at Shower (Tiroes Herald News Service) STAR — Miss Ruth Keister was honored at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mrs. William Keister Saturday evening. Assisting hostesses were Mrs. B. K. Shaffer, Mrs. Glenn Britt of Cedar Falls, and Mrs. Jack Wade of Jefferson. At various times during the evening, alarm clocks placed throughout the house, would ring until the honored guest found the hidden gifts. Mrs. Shaffer dressed in a bridal outfit, gave the guests her version of the bride's appearance on her wedding day. The guests Included Mrs. Frank Zanotti of Des Moines, Mrs. Duane Baker of Adel, Mrs. Tom Chrystal of Scranton, Mrs. Don Halverson, Joan and Jane Kennedy. The tea table was laid with, a while linen cloth and centered with a three-tiered cake trimmed with American Beauty rosettes and using a bride and groom decoration. On either side were white tapers in crystal holders surrounded with a cluster of American beauty roses at the base. H.lf.Sli. Slyl. Printed Pattern Mrs. Kenneth Phllo and baby daughter. Darci Lynn, of Omaha arrived Friday night to spend two weeks with Mrs PhuVs parents, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jung, while Mr. Philo is at the National Guard Camp, Camp Ripley, Minn. The Phllo family has lived in Omaha since Mr. Phllo's gradua tion from the State University of Iowa In June. He is assistant art director for KMTV, channel 3. Mrs. Lester Hancock and infant, j s a i >0 a sister cf Mrs. Cooper. son, Benjamin Paul, returned — "— home Friday morning from McCrary-Rost Hospital In Lake City. The baby was born July 14 and has two brothers, John Mark and Craig. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mosher were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mosher at Churdan Sunday. Mrs. Ida Davis, who has been working at Cedar Falls for the last several months, came Monday for a visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walters, and to look after her property in Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Stuhr and daughters of Omaha spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hunt. Mrs. Howard Twogood, Mrs. Laura Scott and Mra. Burdette Twogood drove to Fort Dodge Sunday afternoon to attend a baby shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller for Mrs. Ray Miller and baby, Sherry Rae, Mr. and Mrs. William Etch have returned from Chicago Heights, 111., where they attended funeral services for Mr. Ejch's cousin, Herman Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Motter sons, Noel and Nile, and daughter, Danai and their son and daughter in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Motter Jr., and baby daughter j>( Mason City arrived Friday rilgnt to visit Henry Matter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter* who will celebrate their golden. wedding anniversary Sunday Mr,, and Mrs. Motter will hold open house at jtoshjhonn^ STARLINE BALLROOM CARROLL, IOWA SATURDAY, JULY 27 JAY BELL AIRE TUESDAY, JULY 3Q RONNIE BARTLEY - sizes. Casual Or dr «i fashion for half Lov»}y : slimming lines of this prl pattern a simple cotton or crepe .with yoke and sleeves, of lacet • flzi 16*4 requires 4H yard* SB -Inch t.autltul • th fine abrlo. Printed directions on each pattern part, Easy, fast. Accurate, Stnd Thirty-five cents in coins pitte/n^add,8 cents,.for Mrs. Ed Schwarzkopf of Des Moines, who has been here this week assisting In the care of her mother. Mrs. Fred F. Collison, expects to return to Des Moines in a few days. Her small son, Michael, Is also here. Mrs. Collison is recovering from major surgery at St. Anthony Hospital. Mrs. Schwarzkopf, the former Cathleen Collison, is a registered riurse. "Why doesn't he call?" Every day, all over America, people who us expected horn* never get there. 4 because death on the highway intervenes! Last year, 40,000 Americans never came home from traffic accidents. Don't lex It happen to you! Hm y 8 how you can helps Drive tofely, eeurleevtly yeurielft Obierv* ipeed llmlti, warning ilgiu* Where ireWIt lews eft ebeyed, deaths «e DOWNI * • £ Insist on rirlct enforcement of ell traffic Iqwi, They work for yov, not ogolnit you. Where trafflt lowi are strictly enforced, deaths «e POWNI fvaporf ym f««f Sffffy CfWKff , P»blith*4 oi o puhlit itryiot t'n cooperation wirn The AdwHiing Council . and IAs . titw»p»per AdHertitinf I Bxetutim Atmioibn *

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