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Mrs. Steenson and LoraineHess Honored at Party Mrs. George J. Hess and daughter, Judee, gave a dessert-bridge at their home Friday night, honoring MM. Richard Steenson, a July bride, and Loraine Hess, August bride-elect. Mrs. Steenson Is the former Marlene Dopheide. Miss Hess will marry Kenneth Quinn of Lake View August 17 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. * * • Dessert and coffee were served at the dining table, which was decorated with flowers and candles. Bridge was played at two tables. Mrs. J. B. Dopheide won the high score prize and Mrs. Steenson, low. Mrs. Hess presented each honored guest with a gift. Arcadia Ladies Aid to Serve A Fall Supper (Timet Berild New* Servfee) WESTSIDE - Ladies Aid So dety of the Zion Lutheran Church j of Arcadia met Thursday afternoon. A hymn, followed by scripture reading and prayer by the Rev. T. A. Tews, opened the program. . The topic for discussion, taken from the Woman's Quarterly, was "Where Will the King Find You?" led by Rev. Mr. Tews. Mrs. William Jentzen, president, conducted the business meeting. Roll call was answered by 40 members. * * * It was voted to serve a fall supper October 2. It was also voted to have a kitchen shower. To avoid duplication, the shower will be in the form of donations, with the kitchen committee to purchase the necessary items for the kitchen. An invitation was accepted from the Peace Lutheran Church Ladies Aid Society of Glidden to be their guests September 11. Following the close of the meeting, refreshments were served by Mrs. Robert Kracht. Guests were Mrs. Merlin Musfeldt of Manning, Mrs. Ivan Kracht, Mrs. Raymond Brockman, Mildred Kaspersen, Mrs. Verle Massmann and Mrs. Elmer Staffers. Women's Golf Event Tuesday Women golfers will have one of their regular golf suppers at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday, August 6, with 3:30 as the tee-off hour. Mrs. 0. M. Maddy is chairman and Mrs. Verdis Hansen, co-chairman, of the committee on arrangements. Reservations are to be in by Monday morning. 60 Members of Dedham Guild at Regular Meeting (TtaOM Karaie News Sarviea) DEDHAM — Sixty members of St. Joseph Guild were present at • regular meeting Tuesday evening in St. Joseph hall. The meeting opened with the recitation of the rosary led by the chaplain, the Rev. Henry Pick. Mrs. Herman Haukap, chairman of the July committee, gave her monthly report after the business was concluded. She said that Mrs. Dean Ankenbauer was the winner of the crocheted stole which was donated by Mrs. Turner. * * * Mrs. Adelbert Iribeck won the door prize which was donated by Mrs. Haukap. Lunch was served and bingo was played. Personal Paragraphs Dorothy Werner and Jean Hannasch are leaving Saturday afternoon on a two-week vacation trip to Chicago, Detroit, Niagara Falls, Boston and New York City, where they will spend three days. They will return by way of Washington, D. C, and Chicago. Courtesy for Loraine Hess At Lake View A coffee honoring Loraine Hess of Carroll was given by Janet Staab in the K. 0 Staab home at Lake View Thursday morning. Eighteen guests were present at the courtesy for Miss Hess, bride- elect of Kenneth Quinn of Lake View, The group included Miss Hess'g mother, Mrs. Carl J. Hess of Carroll, and Mr. Quinn's mother, Mrs. Edward V. Quinn of Lake View. * * * The home was decorated in Miss Hess's colors of pink and white. On the fireplace mantel was a bridal doll set in greenery and placed between pink gladioli. Bouquets of pink and white flowers were about the room. The serving table was laid with a Morghab linen cloth. The centerpiece was an arrangement of pink and white sweet peas in a crystal epergne. Mrs. Quinn was at the silver coffee service.. Favors were pink and white bride dolls. Miss Hess was presented with a rosebud corsage and a hostess gift. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Alderman and daughters, Beth and Susan, of Akron, 0„ returned here from Storm Lake Friday night to be with Mrs. Alderman's parents, Dr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman, until Monday, when they will leave for Iowa City and return from there to Akron. Mr. and Mrs. Alderman and daughters visited Mr. and Mrs. William Justesen in Council Bluffs from last Friday until Monday when they went to Lake Okoboji, where they joined Dr. and Mrs. Sherman who came home Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Alderman stopped at Storm Lake for a two-day visit with Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mack and family and friends. Mr. Mack is Mr. Alderman's cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Longnecker and children, Danny, Janine and Carol, of Newell visited Mrs. Longnecker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Werner, Friday. The children are staying here for the weekend' while Mr. and Mrs. Longnecker are at Lake' Okoboji. Three Hostesses Give PEO Party For Mrs. Wilhite (Time* Hertld Newt Service) MANNING -, Mrs. John R. Hansen, Mrs. Harry Hinz and Mrs. John Hornberger were hostesses to Chapter IS., P.E.O. Tuesday evening honoring Mrs. Mary Wilhite of Decatur. Georgia. Mrs. Herman Gotch of Carroll was also a guest. Mrs. Wilhite showed pictures of the Manilla High, School graduating class of which she was a member SO years ago and pictures of their recent reunion. The hostesses served dessert. The tables were decorated with pink, yellow and green flowers and white tapers. Ann Detlefsen Observes Birthday At Swimming Party < Timet Herald New* Service) MANNING - Ann Detlefsen entertained several friends and classmates at a swimming party at the pool in Coon Rapids Wednesday, in observance of her birthday. Following an afternoon of swimming, the group had a birthday supper at the Detlefsen home. Mrs. Harry Hinz Fetes Two Guests At a Club Party MANNING - Mrs. Harry Hinz entertained at a 7 o'clock dinner Monday evening, honoring Mrs. Mary Wilhite of Decatur, Ga„ formerly of Manning, and Sadie Grimes of Manilla Guests were members of the 5050 Club. Miss Annina Martens scored high at cards and Mrs. Larry Polking, low. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenck and children, Jerry, Terry, Bobby and Diane, are back from a two- week vacation trip to California. They visited Mrs. Wenck's brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Weber and Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fellows at Stockton, and friends in San Francisco. Mrs. Weber is the former Eleanor Cunningham and Mrs. Fellows,, the former Bernadine Cunning ham. • • Helping the family CONTROL FUNERAL EXPENSES By providing funerals in every fee range, Twit's helps the family ' control funeral expenses. Whether a simple or elaborate tribute is desired, the need is easily met TWIT Mrs. C. J. Novotny of Cedar Rapids arrived Friday to visit her mother, Mrs. E. A. Wissler. Mr. and Mrs. A, J. Westendorf and children of Cleveland, Ohio, and Kathryn Schenkelberg of Denver, Colo., who came to attend funeral services at Halbuf for Mrs John Schenkelberg, mother of Mrs. Westendorf and Miss Schen kelberg, are staying for about a week at the Schenkelberg home in Halbur and with Mr. and Mrs Vincent Koenig and family in Car roll and other relatives here. Ann Claussen of Boone and Lou Carnell of Atlantic are weekend guests of Laura Ann Judge. The three are classmates at Iowa State College, Ames. Mr> and Mrs. Bob Beidler and daughter, Carolyn, and Mrs. Lottie Brouette- of Hibbing, Minn., who have been visiting Mrs. John Beidler, Mr. and Mrs. William Beidler and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Janssen since Wednesday, are leaving Sat urday for Humboldt, Neb., where they will visit Joe Beidler and Mrs, Albert Saal The Janssens and the Minnesotans spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Louis Beidler at Ankeny. Mrt. Helen Carnell and daughter, Margaret, of Atlantic spent Friday with Miss Fannie Blondel They brought Mrs. Cam ell's daughter Lou here for a weekend visit with Laura Ann Jydge. Mrs. F. A. Stamp spent Friday with her mother, Mrs. Carl Dahlberg of Ogden, who is a surgical patient in Mary Greeley Hospital at Ames. Timet Herald, Carroll, lews Saturday, Aug. 3, 1957 Eaty Cable-Stitch ' Luxurious-looking, yet easy and Inexpensive! Knit This eable-stltch rue for bathroom; playroom; or make a bathroom set with matching seat>cov'jr. Use rug cotton or old stockings —quickly knit! Pattern 7237 hat directions for rug and seat cover. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class malllne. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 188, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for oilr readers; two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1957! Plus a variety of designs to order — crochet, .knitting, embroidery, huck weaving,' toys, dolts, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this needlecraft book —now! Mr.'and Mrs. George Masching of Carroll in company with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klocke and the tatter's daughter Cheryl Klocke of Dedham returned Friday from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they visited the Fred Masching and Lawrence Welte families. Fred Masching is a brother of George Masching and Mr. Welte is a cousin of Mrs. Masching. While in the Colorado Springs area they took sightseeing trips to the Cave of the Winds, the Will Rogers Shrine at Manitou, the zoo at Manitou, and the Royal Gorge at Canon City. PHONI 9191 CARROLL •;• #>,• • e » • • • e e*e • • • • • • » • • • • • • Mr. and Mrs. Howard Mohler and daughter, Linda, came home Friday night from a week's vacation trip to the Black Hills, the Badlands, Yellowstone Park and Teton National Park. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson and son Paul are leaving Sunday for a one-week vacation trip to Minnesota and around the Lake Shore Drive to Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Joe G. Smith and children, Joe Bradley and Barbara Ellen, of Chicago Heights, III, will arrive Sunday to visit Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum, until next Saturday. Flying to Des Moines, they will be met at the airport by Mr. and Mrs. Rosenbaum, with whom they will spend Sunday with Mr. Smith's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Carl Smith, in Des Moines, arriving here Sunday night. Next Saturday, Mr. Smith, who is on a business trip in Kansas City, will join Mr. and Mrs. Smith and children in Des Moines. The four will return home from there. Lt. Cmdr. and Mrt. Russell Stokke and children, Pat and Linda, are visiting Mrs. Stokke's mother, Mrs. E. W. Martin. Lt. Cmdr. Stokke is being transferred with Naval Air Transport Squadron 3 from Moffutt Field, Calif., to McGuire Air Force Base in New Jersey. The squadron, which has been flying Pacific division routes, will now fly. the North Atlantic Division routes to Europe, Lt. Cmdr. Stokke will report at his new post about August 12. Mrs. Stokke and children will stay here with her mother until the family's new home is completed- Mrs. Stokke is the former Dorothy Martin. Mr. and Mrs. BUI Waters and children, Joan and Jeff, left for their, home at Davenport Friday night after visiting Mr. Waters' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Waters, and family since Wednesday. They had visited Mrs, Waters 7 parents. Mr. and IMrs. H. H. Richey. at Ellsworth 1 before coming to Carroll. Robert Holmes Family Returns From Minor, N. D. (Time* Herald News Service.) LAKE VIEW — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Holmes and two daughters returned to their home in Minot, N. D., Saturday after a two-week visit in the E. E. Scott home. Mr. and Mrs. John Sawyer and family of Boone were Sunday guests in the James Scott home Mr. and Mrs. Dale Pooler and son, Dennis, of Emmetsburg were Saturday visitors in the Al Young home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Young of Newton returned Friday from a vacation trip to the Black Hills. The Youngs and the William Schlueters of Churdan had vacationed together. Mr. and M r s. Young visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Young, from Friday until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmidt entertained a number of guests over a four-day weekend. Thurs day picnic guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Weidemeyer and fam ily of Ennis, Mont, and Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Schmidt and daughters of Sac City. Friday afternoon and evenigg guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. M- Ellerton of Lytton Zola Pratt of Los Angeles arrived Saturday evening for a two - week vacation in the Schmidt home. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Albert and David of Cedar Creek and Mr. and Mrs. Don Walsh and children of Armstrong Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. T. U. Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Pratt and children of Yetter and Rjed Ocker and daugh ter, Jean, of Ft. Dodge. John Redenbaugh of Storm Lake was a Sunday afternoon vis itor in the William Redenbaugh home. Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Egley of Des Moines spent the weekend in the Marvin Weitzel home. Dohnie and Patty Weitzel visited last week in the Egley home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wagner and daughters were entertained Sun day .evening in the John Wagner home at Ida Grove. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Wagner and family of Tucson were honored guests. About 30 guests from Denison, Audubon, Soldier and Lake View attended an Ulven family picnic in the Bennett Ulven home Sun day evening. All came for the summer carnival. Mrs. Robert Deur entertained t h e Afternoon Contract., Club Wednesday. Guests were: Mrs M. A. Durst, Mrs Lloyd Moody, Mrs. Robert Logan and Mrs. E-L Christian. Mrs. C. D. Gibson of Sac City was an out-of-town guest Mrs. Moody won the guest prize. Club prizes were won by^Mrs. William .Redenbaugh and Mrs,, Don Nelson. Mr. and Mrs Richard Henry and family of Mansfield, .0., were Thursday and Friday guests in the Sherman Thorpe home. The men served together in the navy Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jandel and family and Richard Molander of Omaha were, weekend guests of Mrs. Lula Thorpe. Wanda Thorpe spent last week with her mother and returned to Omaha with the others Sunday night. Mr, and Mrs. Darrell Bbrrons and family of Storm Lake were Sunday ! afternoon -callers. L. R. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coins attended funeral services at Holy Rosary Church in Fort Podge Saturday morning for Leo Lennon of Fort Dodga, who was accidentally drowse*. * Bridge-Luncheon I Next Thursday at The Country Club A bridge-luncheon for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, August 8. Co-chairmen of the hostess committee are Mrs. W. C; Mulry and Mrs. John E. Gnam. * * * Other committee members are Mrs. J. M. Tierney, Mrs. Herman C. Gotch, Mrs. H. L. Hudson, Mrs. Stafford Arts, Mrs/ E. J. Kratoska, Mrs. O. H. Juergens, Mrs. L. R. Chapman, Mrs, James Houlihan and Mrs. W. D. Keith of Carroll; Mrs. G. H. Gregory and Mrs. H. C. Douglas of Glidden. Reservations are to be made by Wednesday noon. Mrs." Jones of Pierre, S. D., Honored Here (Xlmet Herald Stmt Berries) •Mrs. Ray Vanderhelden entertained at a pink and blue shower Thursday evening for her .daughter, Mrs. CordeU Jones of Pierre, S. D. The party for 30 guests was held at the Graham Park shelter- house. Guessing 'games and bingo provided entertainment before the shower gifts were opened. The gift table was decorated with garden flowers and the bassinet that had been used by Mrs. Jones when she was a baby. Lunch was served at the conclusion of the evening. The nut cups were tiny bassinets and storks. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. P. T. Hinners and daughter, Eliza* beth, of Breda, Mrs. George Vanderheiden and daughters, Dorothy and Karen,, of Auburn. Social Calendar Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Cliib. Tuesday- Senior Immaculata Guild potluck dinner, St, Joseph's hall. Rosary and Altai Society, SS. Peter and Paul's 'auditorium. Women's golf event,' 3:30 p.m. Country Club. Wednesday- Catholic Daughters, K. of C. hall. Thursday— Beulah Country Club family picnic, Southside park. • Newcomers Club, Driftwood room, Hotel Burke., Bridge -luncheon, 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Band Meeting for ChildrenMonday A band meeting for all grade school children in the instrumental department of the Carroll Public Schools will be held at 8:30 a.m. Monday, August 5. Tryouts for the varsity band will be held at 9.30 that morning. Four Manning Families Hold Reunion Picnics (Time* Herald Newt Serrlee) MANNING — The Grau family held a reunion and picnic at the Legion Hall in Manning July 28, honoring Major and Mrs. Lester A. Grau and two sons of Fort Bliss, Tex. Those present were Albert Grau, Manilla; Hugo Grau, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Mitzel and daughter, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. Walt Martens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Moeller, Mr. arid Mrs, Charles Pfoltner, Mrs. Emil Grau and Emil, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cox, Herman Grau, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Grau and family, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Grau and family, Denison; Mrs. Alma Grau, Moline, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Ancel Crouch, Irwin; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Beck and Franklin, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Grau and Craig, Arcadia. The Ramsey family held a reunion and picnic at Newell Sunday, July 28. Family members present were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Winfred Denny, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Denny and daughter, Lyle Ramsey, Alpha, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. John Lamaack, Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lamaack and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andre, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Andre and son, Ramsey, Adel; Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ramsey, Terrie, Jo Ann and Tom, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ramsey and Mary Jo, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Bess Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Orla Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laverty 'and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. ArlO Hodne and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Ramsey and Becky, Mrs. Mary Santi, Mr. and Mrf. Eugene McCollum and Steven, all of Manning. Members of the Steen family held a potluck in the William Steen home at Rockwell City July 28. honoring Mr. Steen on his 85th hjrthday and observing the first birthday of his granddaughter, Rose Marie Hoist. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Hoist and family, Knierim; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kent and family, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Steen, Mr. and Mrs. John Sonksen, Mrs. Melinda Bornhoft, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Sonksen and Barbara, Manning. , A Schrum family picnic was held July 28, honoring Mrs. Henry Brandau and family of Selins- groye, Pa>, who returned home July 30. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. John Frahm and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schrum and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schrum and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Schrum, Mr. and Mrs; W.C. Schrum, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Schrum, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kruse and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dietz. A noon dinner .was served. BAPTISMAL SERVICE _ (Timtt Huald News BirHM) WESTSIDE — Rodney Gene Lenz, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lenz, was baptized Sunday morning in worship services in the Zion Lutheran Church at Arcadia by the Rev. T. A. Tews. Sponsors for Rodney Gene were his aunt, Joleeh Kock, of Denison and his uncle, Larry Lenz, of Westslde. At noon, a picnic dinner was held in his honor at the farm home of Mr- and Mrs. Lenz. Those attend' ing the dinner were Mrs. Anna Kock and Joleen, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin D. Lenz, Ronald and Larry, Mr. and Mrs, Merlyn Lens, Jean, Dale and Lorl, Vail,' Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maassen and family, Manning; Ralph Detlefson, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kock and family and Mr. and Mrs. Har&art Namanay and iantfjy. Two Westside Boys At Walther League Camp, Lake Okoboji (Timet tttnU New* Serrlee) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Harry Segebart and family took Robert Segebart and Dale Segebart to Lake Okoboji Sunday to spend a week at the Walther League Camp. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Gower and family of Belvidere, 111., visited Monday afternoon in the' home of Mrs. Alice Dohse. Mrs. Gower is the former Ruth McArthur who taught in the Westside grade school. Mr. and Mrs. Gower and family are visiting relatives in Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Koepke and their guests. Miss Nell Hickey and Miss Rita Molseed of Vail, and Melvin Hickey of Omaha, spent Monday at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Ben Hettel and Maribel- Hettel and Mrs. Gerald Holterman and children, .Wendy and Lori all of Ottawa, HI., spent the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Bartlett and children, Scott, Joni and Guy. Mrs. Hettel is the mother of Mrs. Bartlett and Maribel and Mrs. Holtermann are sisters of Mrs. Bartlett. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose and children, Margery and Dale, of Audubon visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Dreessen. They later visited at the Maxwell Funeral Home with the family of Addie Andersen of Kiron and with Mrs. Dreessen's sister, Mrs. Edith Austin of Denver. Colo who arrived in Denison, Sunday. Mr. Andersen, brother of Mrs. Austin and Mrs. Dreessen passed away on Friday in the Memorial Hospital in Denison. Mrs. Austin is a registered nurse who is employed at the Fitzsimmons Hos pital in Denver. Mrs. D. E. Benton Jr. and sons, Dillman III and David, R. E. Benton and Mrs. George Maynard drove to Lake Okoboji Sunday and were accompanied home by Connie Jean Benton and Loa Frank, who spent the past week at the Presbyterian Church camp. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Jensen and their guests, Mr. and Mrs., William Zipse of*Chicago were dinner guests Monday evening in the home of Mr and Mrs. Louie Bauer and Betty of Carroll. Madonna Luetjens of Omaha arrived Friday afternoon for a weekend visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johannes Herrman. On Sunday they attended a Noelck family gathering in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Peters of Manning. The picnic dinner also honored the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Vetter and Mark, who are here from Reseda, Calif. In addition to the family, Mr. and Mrs George Schlutz of Denison attended and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vetter of Westside were afternoon visitors. Mrs. Frederick Mumm and their guests, Mrs. Anna Mumm and Mrs. Alfred Dohse of Hastings, Neb., visited Friday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Davis, and family of Denison. Tuesday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Freese, in observance of Mr. Freese's birthday, were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie San) and family of Manilla, Mr. and Mrs. Werner Rath and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Freese and Ruth, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reichert and Arlene of INDS TONIGHT (Saturday) "Kronos" plus "The She Devil" CARROLI % ^sW Warn Sun. - Mon. - Tues. DWNMCGBT Twice Pretty! Printed Pattern err 9 — 17 TWO graceful silhouettes In this Juniors' Printed Pattern. A smooth sheath dress (divine on a young figure). A lovely bouffant skirt buttons over lt, gives a totally different look! Printed Pattern 9140: in Jr. Miss Sizes 6, 11, 13, 15, 17. Size 13 dress takes 2% yards 39-Inch; oversklrt, 274 yards. Printed 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 Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York 11. N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBEB. Denison, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Beam and family of Charter Oak. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jans and children, Wanda, Arlan and Curtis attended the Schroeder family reunion at Sheldon Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schroeder and Judy, Johannes Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Jahn, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brus and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graves and sons of Manning! Mr. and Mrs. Paul Jahn and family of Manilla, Jeanette Justice of Dow City; Martin Frank, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schroeder, Clarice and Robert of Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schroeder and family of Denison. Dthecs attending the picnic were a group of relatives from Flandreau, S. D. Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Flickers and family were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voege and Arlene of Aspinwall, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meals and Randy of Carnavon, and Hilda and Malinda Rickers. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koepke visited Miss Monetta Jorgensen at the Memorial Home of Harlan. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ettreim and family of Des Moines spent Sunday in the homn of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bilsten Sr. and Sharon. Darlys, Barbara, and Kim Preston, children of Mr and Mrs. Derwon Preston of Denison spent Thursday and Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sommer, while their parent* spent two days in Omaha with Mr and Mrs. Ray Bargenquast. New Books At Library With Teen Age Appeal LIBRARY NOTE8- By Miss Sadie Stevens ' (Carroll Librarian) The Carroll Public Library is ready for the invasion of summertime teen-age readers with a fine assemblage of books. You will find them in the young adult section. For young* romance: When Boy Dates Girl, by Amelia Stowe. Ten stories written from the young man's viewpoint. A Call for Dr. Barton, by Elizabeth Seifert. The medical world, with its breath-taking accomplishments and its very human Weak, nesses has been a source of endless fascination and infailing inspiration to her, both as a woman and a writer. Enchanted Harbor, by Dorothy WorTey. The friendship of Priscilla and Rita and romance at the harbbr. Love is Forever, by Margaret Bell. Not since Watch for the White Sail, has Margaret Bell given us anything with such impact as this story of young love and marriage. Beth Terry. Beauty Editor, by Frances Hancock. Miss Hancock takes us into the offices of a busy magazine and introduces us to the fascinating behiiid-the-scenes activities that must be carried on before a successful fashion magazine appears on the news. Patch, by C. H Frick. About a boy who loves to run, but not necessarily to win. History High, Wide and Lonesome, by Hal Borland. Author's boyhood in Colorado and a picture of homesteading in 1910. Profiles In Courage, by John Kennedy. Eight men who stood against popular pressure for what they believed wa* right. Adventure The Wreck of the Mary Deare, by Hammond Innes Suspense, adventures, intrigue, fraud on the high seas. Frogman, by Marshall P u g h, Commander Crabb's underwater exploits. Longhorn, a Story of Chrlsholm Trail, by Bruce Grant. On , the famed trail with nineteen-year-old. DeSoto, Finder of the Mississippi, by Ronald Syme. From his father's home in Spain, De Soto crossed the Atlantic to the West Indies. Then with Pizarro, con- querer of the Incas, he made the long journey to Peru, where he became known for his cool judgment and courage Some years later he led his own expedition through the swamps of Florida and westward for many miles. He and his followers were the first Europeans to see the Mississippi. Worn out by the hardships of his life as explorer and Indian fighter, DeSoto died at the age of 42. His grief-stricken and frightened men buried him silently, at night, in the waters of the mighty river he discovered. Mrs. Anno Mortens Visiting in Utah (Time* Her»W Newt Serrtee) MANNING. — Mrs. Anna Martens is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Herman Stammer at Moab, Utah. She will accompany them on a three- week tour of the west coast.. Mr. and Mrs. Verl Sima of Des Moines spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs: J. L. Armstrong. Linda and Janice Mundt are visiting their grandmother, Mrs. Henry Kaufman, at Earling. Kraig Rowe of Redondo Beach, Calif., is spending this week in the Elroy Schrum home. Mary Ann and Helen Krohes of Gilman, 111., visited during the past week in the Ed Dobler home. Dr. and Mrs. Ronald Harms of Sheldon are visiting Mrs. Anna Stammer and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Clark. Cordell Jones of Pierre, S. 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