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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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£!>1 PICTURE SESSION . . . Mrs. J. W. Hills and nieces Susan Lennox (left )ajid Elizabeth Lennox (right) look over pictures of a family farm near Woodbine which Mr. and Mrs. Hills have restored and modernized. The coffee table.In fore­ ground is another restoration project, made from a dining table In Mr. Hills' family home at Logan. Susan and Elizabeth, who live In Chicago, were visitors last week in the Hills home at 1304 North Court Street. (Staff Photo) Fact '/V' Fancy By GLADYS HOLLAND IF YOU'RE TIRED .... of tossed green salad made in the usual way, try adding bits of crisply cooked bacon. • croutons J chVchw M" Y" repVewnTative" of Von Glcms Have Guest From Africa (Timid Herald Newt Serrlee) WESTSIDE - Maude Dagadu of Accra, Ghana, Africa, is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Von Glan and sons. Miss Dagadu, who is attending Iowa State College at Ames, is receiving her education in the U. S. through a scholarship award. Her father, Rev. Peter Dagadu, is presently in Philadelphia attending a meeting of World Council of 2-Story Colonial Home Modernized-— J- W. Hills Enjoy Work of Restoring Old Family Farm In restoring a family farm near Woodbine. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. (Jack) Hills have found a project which they keenly enjoy. Renovating and modernizing old buildings and furniture have become a hobby of Mr. and Mrs. Hills especially where relics of family history are involved. The farm offers a special challenge because it incorporates part of the land purchased from the government by Mrs Hills' grandfather, the late Abel Powley, when he came to Woodbine''from England some 80 years ago. Grandfather Powley's original holding of 1,000 acres has since been divided among his children and mor_e land added to make a community of farms all of which organist occasionally In Carroll churches. Mr. and Mrs. Hills both are'members of the Methodist denomination. Her activities in Carroll have not been limited to music. She was one of the founders of the Carroll Girl Scout Council and active for a number of years in Girl Scout work. She is a past president of Clio Club and served a^term on the board of directors of 'the Carroll Community Chest. Frequently she has assumed the responsibilities of ward chairtrian of community drives. She was a charter member of the American Legion Auxiliary at Logan and is a member of the auxiliary unit here. For recreation, besides gardening which is one of her favorite Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, Aug. 5, 1957 Commerce-which he served at one time as' vice president. An honor which he values highly was his term as chairman of a five-state Dodge Dealers Advisory Council during which he represented the council at a national meeting in Detroit. He is still a member of the five-state board of directors. Three-D photography in color is one of his hobbies and he has received many compliments from professionals on the quality of his.work. Though he has never entered a contest his wife thinks that perhaps he ought to try. For several years, Mr Just before removing from the grill, spread with crumbled Roquefort cheese. Serve when the cheese is melted. Shlsh Kabobs Alternate chunks of pork and beef on skewers. Dredge in flour and brown in fat. Place in a py- rex dish, topping with minced onion to taste. Add 1 can of undiluted mushroom soup. Bake uncovered at 325 degrees, or until the meat is tender. Water may be added if the soup becomes too thick. Cover the dish with foil if the meat is slow in tenderizing. are still owned by members of the; passtimes, Mrs. Hills belongs to j Mrs. Hills have kept thpir mem family- 'ibe Wednesday Bridge Club and j bership in the Joselyn Memorial The property now In possession enjoys occasional bridge games of Mr. and Mrs. Hills was pur- j w j t h friends. She and her husband chased from the estate of her fath- 1 both are members of the Carroll er, Fred Powley, and contains the! country Club where she has held home where Mrs Hills and her! the tit i e of women's Golf Cham- Denison and Martin Streicker of Leona, N. J., to Omaha where Mr. Streicker left for his home after a week's visit with the Reichert family. They also visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Shotwell while in Omaha. sisters and brother were born and reared. Her brother has the original Abel Powley home place "to keep it in the Powley name." Restored. Modernized the that have been drenched in hot garlic butter, or small fan-shaped slices of unpeeled apple. * * * SPEAKING OF have you tried adding his country. Miss Dagadu will, visit her father in Philadelphia after leaving the Von Glan home and then attend an International bacon,! camp in Montana. Mrs. Von Glan Janet Staab Ends Visit With College Friends in the West (Times Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW - Janet Staab returned from a two-week vacation with several college friends. She flew to San Francisco where she! visited a former Stevens College roommate and her husband. She visited Disneyland as a guest/of her friend whose husband is employed by Walt Disney She also crisply! and Kendell drove to Ames Fri- sea and spent several days in and visited friends in Carmel by the i sca ? ed a " d some of th * farm land contoured as a concession to mod- pion and Mr. Hills has held men 's club championship. Mr. Hills is a past Rotarian and Kiwanian, A veteran of World War r»iu ,-.,„„;„, j,„„,ii„„i H, he was a charter member and rl UI nnri ZHLS 'hv Mr p ost and holds membership at the restored and modernized by Mr.! _ rp „ pnf Hrnp in rarrol , til. i<; a Sferio?- <2n"StaT ^com * TLL ^oUhfCar ^oS S PIV Librarv board of di^ctors * e thrsSuo^i'-- d a member of the Chamber of effect as possible In reconditioning the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Hills have been guided by the professional counsel of Bruce Hazen, a Lincoln, Neb. architect who helped with the remodeling of their own home in Carroll. On Mr Hazen's advice, hand-hewn timbers in the old barn have been retained while other buildings have been almost completely reconstructed and a new corncrib added. The grounds have been land- Stuffed Mushrooms Wash and remove stems from and | large fresh mushrooms. Slowly ' cook the caps only in a heavy covered pan with only the water which clings to the mushrooms after washing and a small amount of butter. Fill with a rich, very thick white sauce to which you may add any shredded sea food. Shrimp is especially good. Arrange on a cooky sheet and place Art Gallery at Omaha and make a practice of visiting art galleries when they are traveling. They are interested in all of the arts and like to attend good concerts and shows in nearby cities whenever possible. They enjoy sharing their home under the broiler (medium tem- with Carroll friends and out-of' town visitors. Given below are some of the recipes used on such occasions for indoor and outdoor meals. Charcoal Broiled Steak (Mr. Hills' Recipe) Rub steaks with garlic to taste. perature) until as brown as desir ed. Stuffed mushrooms may be prepared ahead of time and are especially good for a buffet or Sunday night supper. 1 No. 2 can sweet pitted red cherries . ; 2 cups less 1 tbs. liquid including drained cherry juice \« 1 pkg. cherry or orange gelatin Vt cup sliced stuffed olives . Vx cup chopped celery Chopped nutmeats Using ' the above ingredients* prepare according to directions on a gelatin package. Chill until firm. Mold if desired. Lemon Pie (Mrs. Hills' Mother's Recipe) Cook in a double boiler until thick: , 4 egg yolks 1 whole egg % cup sugar Vi cup lemon juice Cool slightly and blend in the rind of l lemon. Meanwhile, beat until stiff and glossy: 4 egg whites V* tsp. cream of tartar Beat the cooled egg yolk mixture with a rotary beater, fold in J. W. Hills See Page 7 Red, Sweet Cherry Salad (Mrs. Rex Flnley, Harlan) cooked bits to a cheese souffle for ! day and brought their guest to variety or making potato salad in! their home. Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Alice Fleming, in the German way with crisp bacon, dice onion and boiled salad dressing? * * * FRESH PEARS .... sliced and sweetened with sugar, spiced with ginger, accented with lemon rind and sprinkled with a bit of flour make a delectable fruit bottom for deepdish pie. Use your flakiest pastry for the topping. • » * NUTMEATS .... either pecans or walnuts, cut in small pieces are a tasty addition to graham cracker crust for pie . . . Sprinkle a one-crust apple pie. with the; family were afternoon visitors crumbly topping you usually around Las Vages. Nev., visited a! e ™ ^"cultural practices. Tenants friend at Denver and a sorority ° FJ . THE FARM ARE ^.V AND ^ RS> sister at Omaha. * AiS0 £ ^ and L their three daughters who have taken an in- OCKEN INFANT BAPTIZED (Times Herald New* Service) BREDA — The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chet Ocken was baptized Sandra Sue at St. Bernard Church Saturday by the Rev. J P. Hausmann Sponsors were: Herbert L Davis of Omaha and Mrs. John Dermody. SAFEWAY'S your BEST place to save! Your BEST place to save because... terest in the project and helped with some of the remodeling. "We couldn't have done it without their cooperation," Mrs. Hills use for coffee cake. It's delicious. » * » ' NOTE FOR BRIDES .... Divide a standard salmon loaf recipe in half and bake in custard cups for individual servings*. . . Sprinkle baking powder biscuits with paprika, celery seed or garlic powder before baking. Serve with creamed chicken. * * * GRATED CHEESE .... with condensed celery soup makes an ideal fish sauce . . . Cooked parsnips may be candied like sweet potatoes in exactly the same way. People who have never liked parsnips before will go for the candied variety. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ford and addition to her guests, Mr. and children of Salinas, Calif,, visited Mrs. Charles Carlson o f Marshall, in the D. A. Klinzman, Floyd Minn., were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Klinzman and Dale Prescott uui Sykes of Odebolt and Mr. and Mrs. \ homes from Tuesday until Thurs-! declared. Edward Dobler and family of j day. j Guests arriving last week for a Manning. | Mrs. W. H. Meyer was hostess! visit in the Hills home were Mrs. Dinner and afternoon guests in. at a Meyer family picnic in her i Hills' nieces, Susan and Elizabeth the home of Mr. and Mrs. John'home Sunday evening. Mr. and 1 Lennox of Chicago, who are almost Oeser Jr. and family and Mr. Oes-: Mrs. Lew Christianson and Mr. as much interested in the farm pro- er were Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hen- j and Mrs. Andy Webers and fam- ject as their uncle and aunt. Susan, ily of Denison were additional; 16, and Elizazeth, 11, are daughters evening guests. All attended the!of the former Marie Powley who carnival in the evening. | made her home with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schulte of I Hills while attending high school in Sioux Falls, S. D.. and Mr. and I Carroll. She, too, was born and nings and family of Council Bluffs, Larry Oeser of Council Bluffs, Al Oeser and Lois Oeser. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kock Jr. and Mrs. Ben Schulte of Breda were Saturday morning visitors in the Lawrence Peters home. To Install New Officers of Legion Post at Manning (Time* Herald Newt Serrlee) MANNING - Members of Gurney Parker Post No. 357, American Legion of Coon Rapids, will install officers of Emil Ewoldt Post No. 22 at Manning Thursday evening, Aug. 1. Claras Heithofi is M a n n i n g'a new commander, Norman Kuker, vice commander- H. E. Meyers, finance officer; Amos Rutz, historian; P. F. Hansen, chaplain; Joe Weiss, sergeant at-arms; Otto Porsch and Frank Vetter, new members of the executive board- On Monday evening, members of Manning's post installed Coon Rapids officers. Emil Kuhl acted as installing officer. Others on the installation team were Norman Kuker, Don Wiese. Ray Pratt, Joe Horbach and Amos Rutz. The three types of swords used in fencing are the foil, the epee and the saber. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wiebers and family were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Bornhoft and family of Sioux City. During worship services _ Sunday morning in the First Lu-jden of Des Moines and WUl Kim theran Church in Sioux City, Nan- r ey 0 f Grand Junction, Colo., cy Jo Bornhoft, infant daughter of were Sunday gueyts in the B. J. Mr. and Mrs. Bornhoft was bap-[Manly home. They came to at- tized. Sponsors for Nancy Jo \ tend the summer carnival were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Stoelk of Sioux City and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wiebers A dinner was held at noon in Nancy Jo's honor. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mumm drove to Omaha Monday taking Mrs. Francis Dohse and Mrs. Anna Mumm who boarded a train for their home in Hastings, Neb. Mrs. Frederick Mumm and guests, Mrs. Anna Mumm and Mrs. Alfred Dohse of Hastings, Neb., visited with relatives and friends in Denison Thursday. The Jolly Six Club met Saturday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Fred Lohrman. At cards, Mrs. Hilda Kahl received high score and Mrs. Herman Vetter, second. Mrs. Vetter was a guest. Following the afternoon of entertainment, refreshments were served. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Aschinger and family and Verle Aschinger attended a family dinner party Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wright and family of Carroll. It was the ninth birthday of Merle Wright. Guests in addition to the Aschingers were Mr. and Mrs. Don Paulsen, Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Aschinger and Brenda, Boyer; Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Aschinger and Ruby, Odebolt; Mr. and Mrs. John Aschinger, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Don Aschinger and family, Nemaha; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Wright, Auburn; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Trost and family, Churdan. Mrs. Lloyd Freese accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reichert of brought up on tht Woodbine iarm. In the Carroll heme of JacK and Nell Hills at 1304 North Court BUTTER =™, ..59c DUNCAN HINES CAKE MIX Marble, Spice or White Picas. *1 GELATIN Royal All Flavors 3 19c PEACHES FOR CANNING COMPLETI.LINI OF CANNING SUPPLIES FRESH. PORK Tenderette? lb, • i MESH Pork Hocks on Black Hawk Lake. Mr-, and Mrs. Ed Mack and family and Guy E Mack of Storm Lake were visitors in the C. C. Lille home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Wayne Miller of Herman. Neb., and Mr. and Airs. Theodore Jensen and daughter, Sally, of Blair. Neb., were Sunday visitors in the Carl Sproul home. Sally Jensen remained to visit Judy Sproul this week and John Sproul returned home with the Miller family for a week's vacation. Mrs. Merlyn Finders and son, David, went to Des Moines Friday to get Stephanie Finders, who had been visiting in the Pat Glee- sten home. Janice Gleesten returned home with them for a visit. / Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferguson and children, Mr. and Mrs, Charles Ferguson and family of Odebolt and Mr. and Mrs Ray Borrons and family had a picnic supper at their cottage Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. M E. Ellis of Ft. Dodge, Paul Cavanaugh of Storm Lake and R. B. Domer were supper guests Sunday evening in the Harley Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Anfinson 0 f, Street are other examples of their Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Fol- i interest in restoration. A walnut coffee table was made by a local cabinet maker of a dining table from Mr. Hills' family home at Logan. A basement living and dining area has been furnished with hand-braided rugs and old pieces of furniture — some family heirlooms and others purchased at antique sales. A wall bordering the driveway was built with rocks from Mr. Hills' home and in his office at Hills Motor Company is a huge walnut and leather desk rebuilt from a desk once used by his father. Home Remodeled While their home on North Court Street is.not old enough to qualify for restoration, it was almost completely remode'ed when they pur chased it about 10 years ago. The house was built in 1915 by the late Mr. aid Mrs. Lou Salinger. After Mr. Salinger's death, it was sold to Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lane who owned it until it was bought by Mr. and Mrs. Hills. The home is situated on a one- acre tract sloping downward to the east. A stone outdoor fireplace was built by Mr. and Mrs. Lane in a secluded spot part way down the slope. Since the Hills' ownership, new plantings have been added to make a wooded setting for their picnic grounds. Here in summertime they enjoy charcoal broiled steaks and other outdoor foods which often are shared with friends. Oh such occasions, Mr. Hills is the outdoor cook. During the Lane ownership, a terrace was built over the garage which makes an ideal outdoor lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Hills have added many improvements. They have installed a more decorative entrance on the south of the house and have redecorated the interior using soft green colors throughout for uniformity and harmonious effect. The large living room with its beamed ceiling and the adjoin ing dining room are finished in stone green. The same thick-piled soft green carpeting is used in living room, dining room and bed chambers. The grounds have been landscaped and new walks in stalled. pastimes, Mrs. Hills belongs to Mr. and Mrs. Hills came to Carroll in 1926 when Mr. Hills was made manager of the Dodge agency here. Three years later he purchased the. agency which now is known as Hills Motor Company. Both Mr. and Mrs. Hills are alumni of the University of Nebraska where he majored in commerce and she in music. Mr. Hills was a member of the Phi-Gamma Delta fraternity and Iron Sphinx while Mrs. Hills was affiliated with the Sigma Alpha Iota musical sorority. •'. Music Major Interest Music |s Still: one of her major Interest" She'was a charter director of the Midwest Iowa Civic Music Association and plays as guest Manning Rotary Club Sacs Colored Slides Of Naval Operations (Time* Herald Newi Service) MANNING — Manning Rotary Club met Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall, Dr. Ronald Harms of Sheldon showed colored slides of naval operations in the Antarctic regions. Dr. Harms was recently released from the navy after two years of service in both the Arctic and Antarctic. Edwin Johnson was program chairman for the evening. The Rotary Club will sponsor the Bloodmobile trip to Manning Aug. 13, with the American Legion Auxiliary. Dr. John Horneerger, Dr. W. P. Chandler and Art Rhc are committee for this project, P, F. Hansen, international relations chairman, read a letter from the Rotary Club at Charters Tower, Australia Guests were Rev Harlan Kruse of Lakota, formerly of Manning, ana Lester Clark District Governor Lester Glover of Qttumwa will pay his official visit to the club next week. ..piE^ipATiiiS 7 ^^' ^^hjvfftderal ^government of the United States maintains six pen> Island and Terre Haute. t> your total food bill is lower here shopping trip after shopping trip. • quality merchandise gives meaning to low prices. • you find here the brands you know and depend wpon. • weekly specials moan, 'bonus* savings for vats* • our unconditional guar* antes protects your ovory ' purchase. e Safeway's own brands ; moan quality foods as e>x*fa savings. Puss *N Boots Cat Food 2 & 29c Elberta Peaches '1.89 CaJjfomia.growii, fteettoae, $okk»-yeW, sw««t, ripe, fresh d Northern Tissue 4 * 29c Kitchen Craft Flour Enriched 50-lb. Cloth Bag White Magic Bleach Gallon .. Jug 349 39c Works Like Magic Mrs. Wrights Bread 20-ot. Loaf 19c White or Wheat Regular Modess 2^ 85c 48-et Bex $ 1.65 Pard Dog Food "A complete balanced diet every dog needs every day*' 3^49c Canterbury lour IS OuM& (XtmitOK Q4 glasses by Anchorglasse •ndfrlTesbaa* Gerber's Junior Baby Foods 6foz. %C Cans '' «j# « B# POMPEIAN OLIVE OIL 55c 8 -01. Con SAVE-A-TAPE (or FREE aienx ammrm w uuot WAmrtm Prices effective thru Seturdey, August 1Q, in Carroll Available at your nearest Safeway St^c M

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