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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 9, 1957
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Beulah Club Has Its Annual Summer Picnic The annual summer picnic for Beulah Country Club members I and their families was held at] 6:30 Thursday evening at the Southside Park shelterhouse, with approximately 25 attending; Guests were Misses Nene Barr and Lydia Rogers. Mrs, Alvin Potthoff was chairman of the affair. * * * A social evening followed the potluck dinner. August 22 has' been designated as "secret visiting day" for club members. The first regular meeting after the summer vacation will be Sept. 5. Miss Beulah Osborne will be the hostess at the home of her sister, Mrs. Byron Provost, of Lake View. Bridge-Luncheon at Carroll Country Club An afternoon- party for Carroll | parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ros-. Country Club members, with 28 attending, was held at the clubhouse Thursday. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. Joe G. Smith of Chicago Heights, 111., who Is visiting her Courtesy for 8 to. 12 Club Mrs. W. A. Heue gave a cour tesy for 8 to 12 Club members at her home Thursday afternoon.. An additional guest was her mother, Mrs. E. W. Van Meter. Pinochle was played and lunch was served later Gladiola and roses decorated the rooms. Mrs. Mathilda Winter was the winner of the high score prize and Mrs. C. D. Andrews, low. Mrs. Heue presented each guest with a gift. VFW Auxiliary Votes Donations Meeting at the Southside Park Thursday evening for their regular August session, members of the Carroll unit. Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary, voted two donations. They contributed $5 to the hospital fund and $5 to the national cancer drive. Plans were made for a family picnic at Blackhawk Lake Sunday, August 25. The group also' discussed attending the sixth district meeting at Manning Sept. 29. Coffee was served at the close of the meeting. Janell Hansen Engaged to Wed William TeIker (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Hansen of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter, Janell, to William Telker, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Telker of Fort Wayne, Ind. The wedding date is Aug. 24. Attend Birthday Party at Glidden Mrs. E. W. Martin and Mrs. L. L. Akin of Carroll were guests at a birthday party for Miss Elizabeth Bell' of Glidden in Mrs. Nellie Moore's home at Glidden Friday afternoon. Mike Johnson of Glidden Celebrates His Seventh Birthday (Time* Herald News Service) GLIDDEN — Mike Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs Helmer Johnson, of Glidden, celebrated his 7th birthday at a picnic at the Glidden Park, with 11 children and three adults present. The children were: Shelley Herman, Kristy Dryden, Steve Moorhouse, Roy Dean Barton. Jimmy Tracy, Dick Tryon, Jimmy and Tommy Beals, Kenney Petersen, Bobby Dentlinger and Stanley Best. Games were played before the picnic supper. Mike opened his gifts later. Favors were given to the children. Mrs. Johnson was assisted by Mrs. Jim Dentlinger: M i k e's grandmother, Mrs Clara Johnson, and his aunt, Mrs. Elsie Byerly, all of Glidden. enbaum Luncheon was served ' at 1 o'clock on the south porch. Bouquets of petunias and asters were the tables' centerpieces. Contract bridge was played later in the main dining room. Garden flowers decorated the mantel and the gift table* * * * Mrs. W. H. Rust of Glidden won the high score prize and Mrs. J. W. Hills, second high. A prize for the birthday nearest the party date went to Mrs. Rosenbaum and for the score closest to 1957, Mrs. A. F. Matt. Another prize was received by Mrs. J. J. Heider. Hostesses were Mrs. W. C. Mulry and Mrs. John E. Gnam, chairmen, Mrs. J. M Tierney, Mrs. Herman C. Gotch, Mrs. H. L. Hudson, Mrs. Stanford Arts, Mrs. E.J. Kratoska, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, Mrs. L. R. Chapman and Mrs. W. D. Keith. Carroll: Mrs. G. H. Gregory and Mrs. H. C. Douglas, Glidden A similar party will be held August 22 Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa «% PWh^^k D/-, *U, -.4- Friday, Aug. 9, 1957 jjuinner Party at Breda for Miss Doily Quickies Personals Mrs. James Porter and daughter, Cheri. who spent about a month with Mrs Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks, left for their home at Butte, Mont., Friday morning. They also visited , Mrs. Porter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Ingersoll, and family at Iowa City. Glidden Pool Election Aug. 28 GLIDDEN — Acting upon a petition of 404 signatures, the Glidden city council has called a special election for Wednesday, August 28, to vote on the proposition of issuing bond not to exceed $75,000 for the purpose of building a municipal swimming pool in Glidden. Voting will take place in the city hall auditorium from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. Sixty per cent of the city's voters must approve the project in order to carry. Election officials will be A. F. Haupert, Harry Graves, and A. G. Redman, judges; Mary Waldron and Laura Parker, clerks. Chicken supper Sun., Aug. 11, Holy Family Parish, Lidderdale. Serving begins at 4:00 p.m. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lehman and daughter, Kathryn Ann, returned Thursday night from Chicago, where they had gone Sunday. Mr. Lehman attended market. What can be simpler to crochet and yet so beautiful, than a com Heister kamp Donna Schwabe of Breda gave a 6:30 dinner party and kitchen shower Thursday night for Bonnie Heisterkamp of Breda who will marry Don Henrich of Carroll at St. Bernard's Church, Breda, August 24. Miss Schwabe was assisted by her mother, Mrs Joe Schwabe of Breda, and sister, Mrs. Orville Geier of Auburn The party was held in the Joe Schwabe home. I * * * Guests included Mrs. Harold Henrich, mother of the prospective bridegroom; Mrs. Romayne Ludwig, Mrs. Floyd Wernimont. and Marilyn Bengfort of Carroll; Mrs. Leo Heisterkamp, Shirley •and Jane Heisterkamp, mother and sisters of the bride-elect; Mrs. Melvin Nieiand. Mrs. Paul Nieland, Patty Forke and Bernice Heiman of Breda. A draw prize was won by Mrs. Wernimont. * * * Garden flowers were the dinner table decorations. During the informal evening, each one autographed a rolling pin for Miss Heisterkamp. She was presented with a corsage by her hostess. A garden themp was carried out in the shower. The gifts were presented to Miss Heisterkamp in a garden cart. Sprinkling cans with flowers were room decorations. Newcomers Club Holds August Dinner Meeting A theme of summer sports and games prevailed in the decorative arrangement at the .August dinner meeting of the Nnwcomers Club in the Driftwood Room of Hot e'l Burke Thursday evening. The tables, each set for four, So-o Flattering! Printed Pattern 8 to 12 Members btnatlon of pineapples and plain mesh! A set of place mats, center piece made quickly. I , _ ... ., Pattern 7148: crochet directions i And Families HOVe for 16. 22 Inch dolly In mercerized string. Bazaar Items. Send Thirty-five cents (coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for 1 Steak Fry at Park s) 7 Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Chrlstensen and son, Allen, came home Thursday night after vacationing for three weeks, having spent most of the time at Camp Delhi south of Manchester. They also visited their three sons and daughter and families in Cedar Rapids. 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, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our 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, tnvs, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this needlecraft book— now! Members of the 8 to 12 Club and their families met at Graham Park for a steak fry Wednesday evening. The club presented a gift to Mrs. Waldo McMinimee, whose birthday will be August 11. Attending as guests were Mrs. Bill Merritt and two children of Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Loeltz. Sure Way to Reduce: Top Part in a Musical .xr*¥8i Farewell forT'&t? L. W. HillyerSl# Of. Long Bjfdfl A potluck supper pattS ahd.rMrs. Don HMyflfM Thursday evening was # V ^§'E L farewell for Mr and Mr*.."!*! .w| Billyer. who left Frfday for their home at Long B ev Calif. In the group with the fottt ^a'dS . ed were Mr. and Mrs. C. ^ty$'{4 ner, Audubon; Mr and Mr8..,D*ff^g rell Scott and daughters, WuNBog Kathy and Marv, Gray; Mr.. Md^l Mrs. Merrill Keith and $on t .-T«W^ Denison; and Dorothy Hodges.,.,,,, '. * * * •• : rmf l ^$ Mr. and Mrs Hillyer had vf«i >-',J ed the Don Hillyers here and 6th- 1 $ er relatives in the 8urcoundj^»'|j area since the First of July, Before corning to Carroll, they ^-4' had visited Mrs. Hillyer's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr*. ; ;• Robert Ludington. at Washington, D. C. ' * were centered with flower-bedecked twisted tapers. Place cards were bottles of Pepsi-Cola through the courtesy of the Pepsi - Cola Company. At one side of the officers' table was a floral arrangement around a baseball bat; at the other side was a grouping of croquet mallets. Hostesses were Mrs. Frank Eulberg, Mrs. Russell Nelson and Mrs. Ed Foley The free dinner was won by Mrs. R. J. McMahon. * * * Newcomers attending for the first time were Mrs. C E. Mcll vain, Mrs. Dale Ferguson, Mrs Donovan Stanzyk, Mrs. Paul Os wald, Mrs. Harlan McCoy and Mrs. J. E. Dansdill. Mrs. Rex Heese introduced as her guest her sister, Mrs. Philip LaPierre, of St. Helena, Calif., and Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp, as her guest, Joan Nelson of Denison. * * * The business meeting was. conducted by Mrs. Don Albertson, president, who appointed a nomi-| nating committee to select a slate of officers for the next six-month term. On the committee are Mrs. V. I. McGrady Mrs. Lester Riesberg and Mrs. Ernest Grenier. A report showed that Mrs. Lyle Hayes had given a coffee for newcomers during the past month. * * * The remainder of the evening was spent at cards. Mrs Grenier won the high score bridge prize and Mrs. Robert Crotts, low; Mrs. E. E. Hoberman, the top canasta prize and Mrs. Ferguson, low. The next meeting will be at thejWith Form Work hotel Sept. 12. 1 Hostesses will be Mrs. Ed Gerlich, Mrs. Harold Rowley, Mrs. Irving Bliss and Mrs. Harold Heidel. lati Social Calendar Tuesday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. M. J. Kelly, Hotel Burke. Wednesday— Grant Township Homemaker* Club. Amber Room, Club 30. Carroll Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Carroll Women's Bowling Association, 8 p.m., Graham Park shel­ terhouse. Neighbors Help Russell Johnson Flattery assured, with this PRINTED Pattern! Designed especially for the half-size figure; on wonderfully slimming princess lines. Easy to sew—In low-neck or collar version! Printed Pattern 9081: Halt Sizes 14'/i, 16i,, igVj, 20^, 22',, 24 <i. Size 16 14 requires 4H yards Mrs. Philip LaPierre and children, Larry, Philip and Janice, of St. Helena, Calif., are visiting Mrs. LaPierre's brother-in-law and sister, Dr and Mrs. Rex Heese, and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Palovik and son, John, and Mr and Mrs. Earl Gordon left for their homes at Perry, Okla., Thursday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. George Neuerburg and family and other relatives since Monday. They stopped at Council Bluffs for an overnight visit in the Charles Correll residence, continuing from there Friday morning. croft for a visit over the weekend. Miss Middleton Conference Speaker Mildred Middleton, co-ordinator of curriculum in Carroll County schools, and Maxine Robinson, elementary principal of Coon Rapids Community Schools, have re- | h a~ e "made the'all-America turned to Coon Rapids from a, Success Saga month's vacation trip to Califor-j The jck rise t ; fame flf Mg , . <Thal . u be for the ?^^:* IV i ^ 1 7 ^ t ? ra l:l.?_ v ? r . * e Jbig young singer, who is as Hk-j three in three years." he said Send to Marian Martin, care of Daily Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St.. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. •• • ! 35-inch fabric. By HAL BOYLE I Abner" spotted him. Three weeks L Printed directions on each pat- NEW YORK * - A young hd-jlater parted from the Army, he t % ne r %lTr r iv eaCC c U e rna .:- (coins, How named Peter Palmer has a j went into rehearsal. for this pattern—add 5 cents for • sure-fire recipe fot losing weight-, p who jg m „„, 25> re . pattern .for lst-class mailing, Guests of Mrs. George .1. Hess get a top -part in a Broadway | maiM a wt dazed gt the Mm and family Thursday were .h e rjmusical. : spin of fortune . s wneel ! niece, Mary Celeste Bernhardt "I weighed 26f) pounds as a col- and Bill Goche of Bancroft. Judee! lege freshman," said Pete, who 1 A year ago, he remarked. I Hess accompanied them to Ban-i stands 6 feet 4 and plays the title was *• P"™ 1 * mak "\S $ 200 . a role in "T i'l Abner" | month. We had an old station "1 weighed 245 pounds when I! * a * on a™**™ ™ the bank. We was studying music and playing! nad one kld - and another on the tackle on the University of Illi- way ' nois football team. But after play- In Higher BMCM : 0 ^,„„„ W „ - „„. „,.« „«.. ing 'Li'l Abner some 350 times. *°J» FETE LS ' N \ H « *».000 to • Burl Place and famil are i eaving I'm down to .218 pounds. 1 $50,000 a year bracket He haa a | Saturday for Clear Lake to spend "My old coacn. Ray Eliot, told used Cadillac and a $20,000 home me, 'son, if I could have gotten! ,n a Cloaler, N J., housing devel- you in this kind of shape, you'd • °P me " t - And he and Jackie have i two kids — and another on the j way. Burl Places Go to Clear Lake for Week (Time* Herald News Service I SCRANTON - Mr. and Mrs. 1f>-«fr Starts Sunday , . . The iptt >6douS Skg& of "QiQge ItoRXOUfif HEROES o£ QpERMKftT KIMONO/ northern route and returning by the southern route with a stop for a professional visit at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque. Before leaving for California, Miss Middleton attended the annual reading conference at the University of Chicago, where she was a general session speaker on "Materials for Individualization of Extension Reading." The conference was directed by Dr. William S. Gray and Dr. Helen M. Robinson. Miss Middleton was chosen as a speaker because of the outstanding reading program in Carroll County schools which has received national recognition. Miss Middleton's address will be published. a week. Elayne Thelen of Des Moines spent Friday and Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nelson. A shower was held Tuesday at able in real life n* the comic strip I cheerfully. "ThatV what a~dumbjj- he homenof Mrs - R - A - Near y hero of Dogpatch he portravs, is Protestant gets for marrying a! honoring Pat Amsden whose mar- one of those success sagas that smart Catholic But that don't j nage £ Charles -Oxenford took make Broadway folk themselves mean we'll be through with hav- i P lace , Saturday. Co-hostesses were believe Broadwav has a heart. ing kids. I like being a family j Mesdames Pete Johnson. Everett After leaving the university - man. | Hawn Orville Williams and Clar- Pete played in the 1952 Rose Bowl | "My brother married a Catholic! ence " e il eyu F ? rl l guests . * ere contest, sang the "Star Spangled i girl, too. They've had four chil- i P™ 8 ^" Stepha "' e ** eary ** Mlss Banner" in football uniform be-idren in five years." Bul , ck Presented the gifts on a fore home games - he won a; .. what does vour brother do ,.. p,nk cart The tea table Chicapn radio Nation's sineine • -VT D ^ ol V, er 00 -.i was laid with a pink organdy Chicago radio stations singing, .. He . g a gulded mwglle engi-, clothi centered with Ha brides an J CINEMASCOPE ' I ; MNH-OLOH co-stirring A UNIVERSAL-INTERNATIONAL PICTURE starring AUDIE MURPHY-GEORGE NADER -U M ntw -piH dpsitw ntiuai«BURGESS MEREDITH M 'JOMUTTMnr Continuous Show Sunday . . . Doors Open at 1 :00 P. M. Added Joy . . News—Cartoon—Musical Showing Now Thru Saturday "THE LONELY MAN" contest and werd to California In 1954 he met Miss Jackie Gleason, secretary for actor Mark) Stevens 'but no relation to neer." said Pete. I groom doll, white and pink gladi- Palmer buys government bonds | oli and tall white tapers. Mrs. TL "! every month, is paying on annui- Robert Oxenford presided at the o«»c» 0 UUL «-."'^ ties to send his kids to college. punch bowl. Out-of-town guests ^rSfbJS K -I ».'« .. b. S ur* even V , l« n. Ra, L,,„ard Mr, D. Z him the nod ! end without a cent myself, that the Uker of Denison and Mrs. Don Twas whiL he was singing on! kids get an education." I Oxenford of Des Moines. Ed Sullivan's all GI show in June, j Pete, who dcesn's smoke and 1956, that the producers of "Li 'l ; drinks only an occasional beer, Showing Now Thru "BERNARDINE" — Saturday ... with Pat Boone ^ CARROLL Start} Sunday . . . • OUTDOOR1 Start} Sunday . . . EXTRA ADDED . "The Rose Bowl Story" ... In Color With Highlights of the Parade and the Iowa-Oregon State Football Gamel Open 7:1$ P. M. Adults 60c Children Under 12 • » • Free! Afternoon callers at the Roy Parker home were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Heppelfinger and baby of Perry and Mrs. Keith Gorley and three children from Villisca. Mrs. Wayne Hoskinson underwent surgery on her eye Monday at a Des Moines hospital. Mrs. Earl Paup is caring for little Lester Eugene Hoskinson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Reinhart are spending a week at Spirit Lake. Janet Fiser, who had been visiting at the home of Mrs. M. M. Miller, returned to her home in Des Moines on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier returned Thursday night! If brevity really is the soul of after being in Chicago since Sun- 1 wit, we should get. a lot of laughs day. Mr. Rettenmaier attended \ out of some of the bathing suits market. i this year. keeps in rigorous condition. "I do calisthenics for 20 minutes every morning, and spend another half hout chasing Melissa, our daughter," he said. "I also play a few sports, but they're gentlemanly sports now — handball, golf and swimming. "But I owe a lot to football. It's been a real inspiration to me. It gives you a lot of hard knocks and disappointments. But it teaches you to give and take." Robert Nixons Return to Coast After Auburn Visit (Time* Herald New* Servtee) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nixon and family returned to their home at Pacific Grove, Calif., after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rauch, and other relatives. Maxine Maun was a guest last week of Barbara Ellis at Jamaica. Mr. and Mrs. Don Ellis, daughter, Barbara, and son, Dick, of Jamaica, were dinner guests Friday evening of Mr, and Mrs, J. R. Rauch. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nixon and daughters, Christie and Debbie, of Pacific Grove, Calif., were Saturday dinner guests. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rauch of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. James Rainbow and sons of Waterloo, Mrs. James Rauch of Moorland, Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bohnenkamp and sons of Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nixon and family of Pacific Grove, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rauch, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ralph Rauch and son, Kirk, and Maxine Maun were guests at a family picnic Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rauch and family. Members of the Chat 'N' Sew Club, their husbands, families and friends had a picnic supper Sunday evening at Graham Park in Carroll. There were about sixty in the group. Mrs. Edwin Haubrich of Carroll was presented with a shower of gifts. Mrs. William Kruthoff and her son-in-law, Russell Johnson, have returned from Omaha for a brief visit. They had been with William Kruthoff who is seriously ill in St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha. Mr. Kruthoff is reported to be holding his own. Mr. Kruthoff submitted to a hip operation July 25 and had been getting along satifactor- ily until complications set in. (Time* HenUd News Service) AUBURN- Neighbors arid friends gathered at the Russell Johnson home Monday and put'tip his hay. They assisted Mr. Johni son as his father-in-law, William Kruthoff, is seriously ill in St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha. - ' Dinner and lunch were served by Mrs. Lela Carroll, assisted by Mrs. P. U. Pratt, Mrs. Louii Timmerman and Mrs. . Aldean Flaack. ' • . Men with balers were: Louis Timmerman and Wayne Williamson. The other men Were: Elden Flock, Vernis Karstens, Winfield Moulds, P. U. Pratt, Clifford Pratt, Bill Hungate, Dwight Johnson and Earl Yepsen. ANNOUNCEMENT Leo H. Kuker, M.D., announces the partnership association of Paul T. Cawley, M.D., in the practice of General Surgery and Internal Medicine. Offices Located at 117 West 7th St. Carroll, Iowa Leo H. Kuker, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.l.C.S. Diplomat American .Board of Surgery General Surgery, Traumatic Surgery Fracture* and Consultation Paul T Cawley, M.D. Internal Medicine - Dlaflnotla and Consultation ... '. ,i Office Mourtt I a. m. to S p. m. — Home Calls and Emergencies Day er Night — TeUphone 2858 Sfarline Ballroom CARROLL, IOWA Saturday August 10 Skippy Anderson and His Orchestra Tuesday August 13 Preston Love and His Orchestra Benefit Laneihoro Firemen Save Our Bonus Stamps Ladies Win $1000 Mink Stole Man Win Complete Wsrdrobe ATTEND BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. John Nollen attended the baptism of their granddaughter, R a e Lynne Klocke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Klocke of Coon Rapids, at Annunciation Church, Coon Rapids, Thursday evening. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Klocke of Dedham. Mr. and Mrs Nollen spent the afternoon and evening with the Lambert Klockes and were guests at a 6 o'clock dinner at the Klocke home. Mrs. klocke is the former Donna Nollen. 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