Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 19, 1957 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, August 19, 1957
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Mrs, Cdrl J. (GeroldiHe McNaught) Dodds. President of N.Y. District WSCS— Former Glidden Woman Heads One of Largest Women's Organizations in New By GLADYS HOLLAND (Food Editor) GLIDDEN — A young woman from Qlidden, heads one of the largest women's organizations in the metropolitan area of New York. She is Mrs, Carl J. Dodds Jr. of Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y., the former Geraldine McNaught, who is visiting in Glidden this month at the home of her mother, Mrs. Grace McNaught. Mrs. Dodds is serving her second year as president of the New York District of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, an organization of 52 units including the famous Christ Church of which Dr. Ralph Sockman is mnister and other Methodist churches in the New York area. One of them is St. Mark's a Negro church with a membership of about 4,000. The New York Conference of the WSCS is proud of the fact that Negro as well as white women are admitted to its Schools of Missions and take active part in all departments of the society. Husband Pastor About 20 Negroes belong to Asbury Methodist Church at Croton- on-Hudson of which Mrs. Dodds' husband, the Rev. Carl J. Dodds Jr., is minister. Although a native southerner, who was born and grew up in Atlanta, Ga., Rev. Dodds believes in the ultimate realization of racial integration, but with a southerner's awareness of the practical difficulties involved also believes that the change will have to come slowly. • Meanwhile, Negroes are welcomed in his own congregation. Mrs. Dodds met her husband while he was a chaplain and she a nurse at the Sioux City Air Base during World War II. They were married in Glidden in 1948. Ministerial Traditions Rev. Dodds, who comes from a family of ministerial traditions, was educated at Emory University and Candler School of Theology in Atlanta. He was a member of the North Georgia Methodist Conference before joining the Air Force. He and Mrs. Dodds made their first home at Warm Springs, Ga., the city m,ade famous by the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt as a health resort for treatment of infantile paralysis. Later they were transferred to Marietta, Ga., and then to the Iowa-Des Moines Conference while Rev. Dodds served for two years at Rippey, la. From Rippey they went to Treadwell, N. Y., and from Treadwell to Croton - on - Hudson where they now are serving their NEW YORKER AT HOME IN GLIDDEN . . . Mrs. Carl J. Dodds Jr. of Croton-on-Hudson, N. Y., Is visiting her mother Mrs. Grace McNaught and sister Jean McNaught In the old family home at Glidden. Mrs. Dodds, who is the wife of a Methodist minister, is president of the New York District of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service. (Staff Photo) second year. They have been members of the New York Conference for five years. Mrs." Dodds held of ice as secretary of student work in the Kingston, N. Y„ District before moving to Croton. Suburban Community Croton-on-Hudson is a suburban residential community about 35 miles from New York. Approximately 50 per cent of the working population commutes to New York. Others are employed by the Readers Digest publishing company at nearby Pleasantville, N.Y. A huge reservoir and dam, belonging to the New York City water system, are located at Croton-on- Hudson making it a mecca for sightseers. Like all Westchester County it abounds in historical traditions. Connected with Asbury Methodist Church are a 183-year old chapel and cemetery built on land which was given to the church by the famous Van Courtland family. Rev. iand Mrs: Dodds are justly proud i of the fact that since they came to Croton the chapel has been restored. It had fallen into disrepair and was used as a storage room when the Dodds arrived and reconditioned it as a worship center. Located on the banks of the Hudson River, the chapel, which will hold about 100 people, is built of wood with a slate roof and equipped with old-fashioned furnishings such as oil lamps and an old reed organ. Bishop Asbury preached in the chapel and George Washington often worshipped there. This summer it has been used for Sunday evening vesper services and the first wedding' in many years was solemnized there in July. Growing Church Asbury Methodist Church has an active membership of 450 and is growing steadily. In Croton. as elsewhere throughout the country, there has been a "resurgence in religion," according to Mrs. Dodds. i The results are most gratifying to a minister and his wife. I Recently the members of Asbury church, like others in the New York area, have been interested in the Billy Graham crusade. Rev. Dodds has attended several meetings and Mrs. Dodds has visited Madison Square Garden twice with busloads of people from the Croton area. They have marveled, not only at Billy Graham's personal appeal and the man-killing load he carries, but also at the organization involved in his crusade. The follow-up work, according to Mrs. Dodds, is quite remarkable. Within a few days after a Croton youth had answered Billy Graham's call, Rev. Dodds received notice of the fact by mail. Since then the y<5ung man himself has received a steady stream of Biblical references and other helpful literature. To Mrs. Dodds the service of Methodism is not altogether a novelty. She was brought up in a Glidden Methodist family and her sister, Margaret, who lives in Denver, Colo., also is married to a Methodist minister. Started Grocery Business Mrs. Dodds* Grandfather McNaught came to Glidden in 1875 dnd started the family grocery businpss which is still carried on by her brother Garner McNaught. Besides their grocery store, the family for many years owned the Glidden telephone company. The large family home with its wide verandas, ceramic tiled floors and dark oak woodwork was built by Mrs. Dodds' father. At one time it had a marble stairway which proved to be structurally unsound and was replaced by oak except for the bottom step. The stairway rises from a tiled rotunda with an illuminated dome. Mrs. Dodds' father died some time ago but her mother and sister Jean McNaught still live in the old home. Besides her brother Garner in Glidden and sister Mar garet in Denver, she has a brother James Ira who lives in Chicago. They all regard the home in Glidden as family headquarters and pay visits as often as possible." Serving In Bermuda Mrs. Dodds is here now because her husband is serving as substitute minister in the Methodist Church at Flatts,. Bermuda, for the month of August. Instead of ac companying him to Bermuda, she decided to spend the month in her i family home. With her is the Dodds j family pet. a black cocker spaniel I whom she could not bear to leave j behind in a boarding kennel for an ! entire month | Mrs. Dodds was graduated from | Glidden High School in the class I of 1935. She entered St. Anthony j School of Nursing in 1936 and was graduated in 1939. Her first job as a nurse was In the .Mahaska County Hospital at Oskaloosa. From there she went to Mary Greeley Hospital at Ames and then into the Air Force where she served for three and a half years at Ft. Leavenworth, Kan., and Sioux City Air Force Base. She held a commission as first lieutenant when she was separated from the service at Salina, Kan., at the end of the war. After the war, she joined the ursing staff of a New London. Conn., hospital but returned to Iowa*and worked for one year as office nurse for Dr. Walter Anneberg at the Carroll Medical Center before her marriage in 1948. The duties of a minister's wife are varied and numerous, especially if she happens to be district president of the WSCS, but one of them is housekeeping. The Methodist parsonage at Croton is a two- story dwelling next door to the church. Inevitably, one of her chief household chores is cooking for the family and visitors. While in Georgia, she learned to prepare Fact 'AT Fancy By GLADYS HOLLAND GOLDEN CRUST .... is now assured to package pie makers by a new product put out by a Minneapolis milling company which makes a golden dough and bakes a beautiful golden brown. * * * FILLERS .... suggested for this new crust are chocolate and coffee parfaits easily made with ice cream, an envelope of un­ favored gelatin, and instant coffee or chocolate malted milk powder as the case may be. * * * . ' TO MAKE .... coffee parfait pie use only one-half a package of the golden mix to bake a single shell. Soften the gelatin in a fourth cup of cold water and dissolve in a cup of boiling water. Add two or three teaspoons of instant coffee. * * • CUT ICE CREAM .... into the hot mixture, stirring until melted. Use vanilla ice cream for this recipe. Chill, stirring occasionally, until thickened but not set. Spoon into the cooled pie shell and chill until firm. * * . • THE SAME .... directions maybe followed for chocolate malt parfait pie except that a fourth cup of chocolate malted milk powder is combined with-the gelatin mixture instead of instant coffee and chocolate ice cream is used in place of vanilla. * * * APPLIJSAUCE .... parfait pie is another suggestion. Follow the above recipe substituting one cup of boiling apple juice for the boiling water. Instead of instant coffee or malted milk powder, add half a cup of sweetened applesauce flavored with a teaspoon of lemon juice, a fourth teaspoon of cinnamon and an eighth teaspoon of nutmeg. Combine with vanilla ice cream. Manning Motor Company Comes to Carroll for a Picnic (Timet Herald News Service) MANNING — The annual picnic of the Manning Motor Co. was held at Graham Park in Carroll August 11. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bock and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Bock, Templeton; Mr. and Mrs Arthur Bock, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fee and son; Mr. and Mrs. James Albert and son, Mr. and Mrs. George Fischer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Fischer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Eich and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Jansen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Pier son and family,' and Mr. and Mrs. Arved Stangl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts spent the weekend in Mason City in the home of their son, Mr. and Mrs. William Roberts, and daughter. The group attended a Roberts Jamily reunion at Charles City Sunday. Additional family members present were-Mr. and Mrs? Harry Eastman, Charles City; Mr. and. Mrjj. Bob Eastman, Boston; Jfm Eastman, Wyoming; Mr, and Mrs. Leo Barrett, Iva Rooerts and George Roberts of Dedham.' * \ Gef the most for your FOOD DOUAK$'l FLOUR S. $3.75 ROBIN HOOP B ""^^ B% e# GELATIN A«*o*rtad A FUvors 3 Pkg«. 19c PHILADILPHIA CREAM CHEESE 2 p^t 29c KRAFT—Oil and Vinegar DRESSING St 33c CANNING SURPLUS _ Vlnag.r, Spictt, Jar R|n 8 « A Lid« SLICED BACON Tray Pk«. Lb, 49c ' . .' , .,,'M. ' < % _ _ FRESH , GROUND BEEF For Meat Leaf or Pattiai to Pry : 3 Lb*, 98c 'AREWAY STORE I ( ONOMIl \ I I < • i u > Ills I l/ini | 1 o \ I John Oesers Spend Weekend Visiting At Fremont, Neb. (Ttmw Herald New» Service) WESTSIDE—Mr. and Mrs. John Oeser Jr. and children spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Welding of Fremont. On Sunday they attended a class reunion of Mrs. Oeser's at West Point, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. George McCoid spent the weekend with relatives at Tyler, Minn. En route to Tyler they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Ohl of Arthur. At Tyler, they were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Ohl and their house-guests, Mr! and Mrs. Ray Ohls of Van Nuys. Calif. They were also visitors of the Melvin Ohls and the Henry Ohls all near Tyler. Sunday evening they attended a Listanan family picnic at Lake Benton. Mr. ,and Mrs. Hubert Wilken visited Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston and sons of Lake City. Larry Johnson, who had been visiting with his grandparents since Wednesday, returned to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Wiehn of Elgin, Neb., and Mrs. Elizabeth Lampe of Arcadia were dinner guests Saturday in the Al Dentlinger home. .„ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wiebers and family visted Wednesday evening with Mr, and Mrs. Willliam Johnson and 'family of Omaha, who are vacationing at Blackhawk Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Jans, Arlan and Curtis; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Spater and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Diers attended the Peters family reunion Sunday at Storm Lake. Others attending from the community were Mr. and Mrs. Emil Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Peters, Mrs. Emil Kaspersen, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Peters and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Peters and family of Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schweers of Carroll. The Linde family held a picnic •Sunday at Hoffman Park in observance of Susan Linde's ninth, birthday. Susan is the daughter! of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linde of Wall Lake. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linde and family; Mr. and Mrs. John Claussen of Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flink and family of Early; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Claussen and family of Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Linde and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Linde, Kevin and Pamela. Judy and Larry Flink, • who had been visiting in the Eddie and Kenneth Linde homes for the past month returned to Early with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. WlUtam O, Stoelk and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Freese of Westside attended the Gerdes family reunion Saturday afernoon at .the Community Building at Wall 'Lake. ; Saturday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lenz MfJ son*. HusaeU and.vfipjney, were Mr. and Mrs, Martin Lenz, and Arlene of Alta; Mr. and Mrs Merlyn Lenz and children of Vail, Mr. and Mrs. James Quandt of Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin D. Lenz Ronald and Larry. Robert Campbells Bock from Denver (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Robert Campbell have returned home following a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Robert Murray in Denver. Mr. and Mrs. 'Richard Euchner returned to Manning Monday after spending the summer in Minneapolis, Waterloo and Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sander and Faith have concluded a two- week visit in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Jensen and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jensen and Wayne are vacationing in northern Minnesota. Lynn Ramsey is visiting his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson of Wall Lake for two weeks. Mrs. Christine Sanders is spending the week in Ames attending a short course for vocational homemaking instructors at Iowa State College. Mr. arid Mrs. Lee Smith of Detroit spent last week in the Fred Hansen home. Mr. and Mrs, William C. Burlingame of Davenport are spending two weeks with Rev. and Mrs. Lester Moore and family. Tlmot Herald, Carroll, Iowa Monday, Aug. 19, 1957 some of her husband's favorite southern dishes. Several of these recipes are given below with other favorites. Corn Pudding <Georgia Recipe! 2** cups cream style corn 3 eggs beaten slightly 2 cups milk 1 tsp. salt V< tsp. pepper 1 tbs. minced onion 1 plmiento, chopped Vi green pepper, chopped 2 tbs. butter Mix the ingredients together and pour into a casserole. Bake in a 125-degree oven for 1 hour. Corn Muffins 'Georgia Recipe 1 1 cup grist ground corn meal 2 tbs. flour % tsp. salt 1 tbs. sugar 1 tbs. bacon fat 1 egg, beaten 1 cup buttermilk 1 tsp. baking powder Mix together. Pour into muffin tins which have been heated with Vt teaspoon of bacon fat for each muffin, Bake for 20 minutes at 400 degrees. Pound Cake (Georgia Recipe) m cups sugar % lb. butter 4 eggs 2 cups flour 2 tsp. baking powder Vi tsp. salt V» cup milk 1 tsp. vanilla Blend the sugar and butter. Add eggs and beat for 2 minutes with an electric beater. Add other ingredients and beat for 8 minutes. Pour into a small angel food cake pan which has been greased. Bake at 325 degrees for 1 hour. Chopped pecans may be added if desired. Ashville Salad (North Carolina Recipe) 1 can tomato soup V4 can water " 1 8-oz. pkg. Philaaelpilat^i^ cheese ' "'., :.,/. 2 level tbs. plain gelatin in ...... . 1( \,.W4v ^f CUp COld water-" t< .v ; 'fe(v*£f^' • Heat the tomato soup and ^ctn ; of water to boiling. Add the cream: cheese and stir into the tnirtture . until dissolved. Finally add, th^ ' gelatin dissolved in cold.water. Chill until firm. « '5 Apple Torte • v \Vi cups apples, chopped fine 2 eggs, separated Vi cup flour . 1 cup sugar , V4 tsp. salt 1 tsp. baking powder 1 cup pecans, chopped Arte Beat the egg yolks; add the sifted dry ingredients; then the beaten egg whites. Add nuts and apples. Pour into a pan that has been greased and floured. Bake in a 350- degree oven for 25 minutes. Cool, cut in squares, top with whipped cream and serve. Three Manningitet On Trip to Wyoming (Ttmej Herald Newt Servlee) MANNING — Emil Opperman, Henry J. M. Hansen, Art Hinners and son left Aug. 14 on a business trip in Wyoming. Members of the VFW Ceremonials team entertained their wives at a potluck supper at the VFW Hall Wednesday evening, Aug. 14. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Orren Schroeder are visiting relatives in New Jersey. Beverly Nielsen left Tuesday to resume her studies at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing following a three-week vacation in the Claus Nielsen home. Esther Johnson of Modesto, Calif., spent the past week in the C. M. Johnson home. ' Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pahde are spending this week vacationing at Alexandria, Minn. TRAFFIC AID •TUCSON, Ariz. (JFi — Tucson police noticed that traffic suddenly began proceeding at a sedate and orderly pace after they set up their radar, on East Broadway. Business stepped up, however, when a sign on the next block was discovered and removed. The sign said: "Look out! Cops using radar," fisd-abu jAoyuv Jhuihu, OagsdahlvA. aruL QULCXLA. OASL (pAsmiwfL Quality.. this means yoti can be assured of the finest quality fresh-frozen foods* when you buy Bel-air... a* Safeway I Bel- air - Premium Quality, frozen - fresh STRAWBERRIES Large, red berries, sliced, sweetened 10-oz. Pkgs. SHORTENING Royal Satin 3-lb. Can 79c Beet ' SUGAR 10-lb. 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