Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 21, 1957 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 21, 1957
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Farewell for Father Bruch at Templeton (Time* Htftld News Service) TEMPLETON - Members of Sacred Heart parish held an informal farewell party Sunday evening. Aug. 18, for Rev. Walter Bruch, assistant at Sacred Heart for the past year, who has been appointed administrator of SS. Peter and Paul parish at Pocahontas. ' Rev. Omar Koster, pastor of Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel, was the toastmaster. He introduced the following speakers: Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Greteman, dean of the Carroll Deanery, who spoke in behalf of the priests; Rev. William , Buchholz, pastor of Sacred Heart, who wished Fr. Bruch success in his new field and spoke words of appreciation for his keen interest in the work of the parish. He presented a purse from the parish. Short talks and presentation of purses were made by the presidents of the various Sodalities; Herbert Drees for the Holy Name Society; Mrs. Clara Schreck for the Christian Mothers; Oswald Kisgen for the Knights of Colum- Tlmw Herald, Carroll, Iowa f» Wednesday, Aug. 21, 1957 bus; Mrs. Irwin Kuhl for the Sacred Heart Guild; Mrs. Raphael Knobbe for the Catholic Daughters of America. Purses and words of appreciation were offered by James Kaus, representing the grade school and David Slater, representing Sacred Heart High School. Fr. Bruch responded. Fr. Bruch will assume his duties at SS. Peter and Paul at Pocahon-' tas Wednesday, Aug. 21. Rev. Dale Koster will replace Fr. Bruch at Templeton. He has been serving as assistant at St. Cecelia's Church at Algona. Other priests of the deanery present for the occasion were: Rev. Cletus Ahmann of Arcadia, Rev. Lawrence Greteman of Halbur, Rev. W. R. Graf of Roselle, and Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes of St. Lawrence parish at Carroll. Fr. William Buchholz, pastor of Sacred Heart parish at Templeton, accompanied by a former classmate, Rt. Rev. Msgr. Westhoff of St. Louis, Mo., are attending the 18th North American Liturgical Week August 19-22 at Collegeville, Minn. The theme of this conference is "Catholic Education as Formation in Christ." Thiedemems Return from The West Coast (Timet it**** itewi Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Thiedeman and Lydia returned home Saturday evening from a two-week trip through northwestern states and west coast. En route west they visited in Mitchell, S. D. with relatives and also at Presho and Vivian, S. D. They spent some time in the Black Hills before going to Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming. They visited at Boise and Payette, Idaho with friends. At Albany, Ore. they visited in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Karstens and Mr", and Mrs. Eldon Brushes. They went to the Grand Coulee Dam in Washington and en route home visited friends at Flandreau, S. D Worthington, Minn 400 Jeer Police as Racial Tension Rises- Ban Gatherings in Levittown After Stone Injures Officer LEVITTOWN, Pa. OB-State po- 1 lice Wednesday banned gatherings of more than three persons in the neighborhood of Levittown's first Negro homeowner after an officer was injured by a stone hurled ! from the midst of a crowd of demonstrators. Some 400 persons congregated in the quiet suburban streets near the home of William Myers, 34, His condition was described as • Myers family since it became satisfactory Wednesday following j known they had bought the ranch type home in this community of 80,000 in southeast em Pennsylvania. Some 12 persons have been arrested on minor charges. Picket Police. Tuesday night arrested> few day9. Myers, a -old < MH an operation on his ear. A few days' rest, doctors said, was expected to cure the concussion. Immediately after the stoning incident, Maj. William Ruch of the state police said he would permit lines were set up in front of the no further gatherings of more than: house earlier over the weekend, three persons in the neighborhood, j and on one occasion, rocks were Crowds of varying sizes have;hurled through two picture win- and his family Tuesday night for been protesting the arrival of the dows In the Myers home. the second evening in a row. Jeers ^J^^^j^^^^^JH^JlJ^^^^^^^^^^!^^^^^ and cat-calls greeted officers who plus $9 in costs on charges of dis- dent. Myers and nig •vmefWMtf^iM orderly conduct. Paul Sullivan, 15,; also a college gra'd $aw3 &w 'tS of Levittown, was arrested on an, three children. The pafmflj and open charge and released, in the ( their youngest child, S-year-old n&\ custody of his parents Only residents and . newsmen have been permitted in the vicinity of the Myers home for the past Linda, moved into their new'home 1 \* Monday. TH other two children, ' - J boys aged 4 and 3. are visiting'' > * relatives in York, Pa. kept the crowd in check in the; | streets surrounding the Myersj house. 1 Suddenly, a stone hurled from the milling throng struck Sgt. and' Tom Stewart of the Bristol Town- 1 ship police in the head. Stewart, \ A fully-charged storage battery will not freeze up and break. Stop the Wedding! Don't take another step 'til you know this about diamonds. Mr. and Mrs. Don Roecker and j Weeding I from one ear, fell to the Sandra of Carroll. Charla Roecker « r ° UBd - So . m \ 2 \ st »* *" d rl ° c f of Schleswig and Mr. and Mrs.!] ["J." ^ ,cWy broke U ?J? Wayne Schroeder and family of '"S"* w Tul« Bt ?n C ?„wJ;' Manning visited Sunday evening in t5St f wa £ t was „ take " lf ° Lower the home of Mr. and Mrs. HaFold Bucks f 0 ""* " 0S P' tal f or ? m . er " Schroeder and family. tree Unent of a concussion. Mr. and Mrs. George Johnson ofi and b * d , ly w „h*%L h .? alw £' Lake City, Mrs. Kenneth Munings-1 ™^ dv ^ h 2S mH T ft wnff meier of Burlington and Mr. and j nearby Cheltenham Township. ! Mrs. Dean Bornhoft and Cindy of! ki .n j Sioux City visited Sunday in thejMrS. Laura Miller i home of Mr. and Mrs. William O. Stoelk. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell H. Bauer, and daughters, Beverly, Arlys and Carlene of Burlington and, Mrs. Agnes Frank had a picnic supper Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoessler were, Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hamilton of California, Mrs. Emma Henrickson of Omaha and Mrs. Anna Campbell. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Art Selecting a diarrfond is a romantic time—but it's a time for good judge­ ment. And good judgement, sensible prices, and. a vast store of diamond-knowledge are yours here. We've been awarded the titles Certified Gemologist and Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society. So profit by our gemological proficiency us guide you to a wiser diamond purchase. Kelly Jewelry Howard Rally, Registered Jeweler and Certified Gemologisr, American Gem Society Of Manning Back From Chicago Visit (Timet Herald Newt servie*) MANNING — Mrs. Laura Miller returned Friday from Chicago,; where she visited her sister, Mrs. ! T. C. Schaubbee. Mr. and Mrs. Mack Carter and sons returned to their home in! Davenport Saturday, after visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John j Derner. ' Charles Scott of Bakersfield, Schoessler, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard I Calif., and Willia Jahnke of Har- • Schoessler. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert j Ian were Sunday evening guests in Wilken and Dennis and Mr. and: the John Derner home. Mrs. George Witt, Gary, Merle, j Mr. and Mrs. Merlene Thomp- Deon and Gloria Jean of Arcadia, i sen Jr. of Ralston, Neb., and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lawler and j Merlene Thompson Sr. returned 1 1 family of Omaha spent the week-! Sunday from a week's visit with end in the home of Mr. and Mrs.! Mr. and Mrs. Charles McMunn George Lawler and with other relatives and friends. and Mark in Denver. The group made a number of mountain trips Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Lawler during the week in Colorado. 1 and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. j R. H. Kuhl is ill at his home, ; John Lawler were among those: following a stroke. His daughters, who attended the farewell observ- j Mrs. Robert Kuhse and family! ance of Fr. Daily at Wall Lake 1 and Mrs. Mark Grant and family; Monday evening. Fr. Daily is of Omaha, are spending some; being transferred to Whittemore, time with Mr. and Mrs. Kuhl. after spending the past 11 years at j Mrs. Anna Groteluschen of Au-! Wall Lake. He will be replaced by dubon, Claudia Groteluschen of Fr. Shannehan of Churdan. Glendale, Calif., and Ruth Grote-! Mr. and Mrs. William Meggers i luschen of Evanston, 111., spent ' and family visited Tuesday eve-' Tuesday in the Herb Groteluschen i | i ning with William Gruhn of Man- j home. i ning, who was dismissed Monday i Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bennett and j from the Memorial Hospital in: family, Mr. and Mrs. George i Manning, where he has been hos- j Palmer 'and Harry Palmer attend! pitalized since June, following an ed a family reunion at Harlan I auto accident, which claimed the; Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett lives of his wife and son. took Tom Bennett and David Harry Segebart and sons, Ro- j Swank to the M. E. youth camp at bert, Jay and Lewis, left Monday for a fishing trip in Minnesota. Springbrook Park near Guthrie Center. Mrs. Edwin Johnson took Sandra Johnson and Beth Eck- Skiing in New Hampshire dates ! holdt to the camp to spend a back to 1872. week. Carroll, Iowa WARDS® STORE CLOSING SALE Montgomery Wards SAVE 25 TO 50% AND MORE on final clearance of Furnlturo, Appliances, Sporting Goods, Housewares, Hardware, Auto Supplies, Electrical Supplies, Paint, end all remaining stocks on display at our retail store. Store to close August 31. Big 12.9 Cu. Ft. Oeluxe Tru-Cold REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 11.6 Cu. Ft. Refrigerator Section. Preeter Stores 4516 Pounds. Regular $929.95 Value $269.88 $10 Oown en Terms , 1».2 Cu. Ft. 2-DOOR REFRIGERATOR Only $10 Down. With "Zero Cold" lye Level Freeier. ' /.• Regular $429.95 Value $299.88 $10 Down on Terms 30.INCH GAS RANGE 4 Automatic Lighting Mini Flame Burners. Olant flio Oven. Regular $184.95 Value $15488 $5 Oown on Terms Regular $1.09 Broom Rake 77c Regular $2.59 Garden Hoe ..... $1.77 Regular $2.89 Spading Fork . • . $1.77 Regular $2.79 Bow Rake $1.77 Regular $2.98 25-ft. Flattie Garden Hose $1.99 Regular $2.98 Tackle Boxes .... $1.77 Regular $3,49 Roller Skates ..... $1.77 ., Regular $9.49 Bug Screens for Car $1.77 < Regular $2.05 Plastic Tile 21 fq, Ft. Pk. $1.44 Regular $1.59 Sponge Mops 99 r Regular $2.49 I Sprinkling Con • • , $1.44 Now ai Always - Buy on Wards Timt Payment Plan! • BALANCE IN MONTHLY PAYMINT$ e SMALL DOWN FAYMINT No Down Payment en Home Improvement Loan 'Plan Time Payment Accounts Will So Carried In Our New Carroll Catalog Store te * Be Opened Seen. 36-INCH ELECTRIC RANGE 7-Speed Pushbutton Control, Ixtra Wide Oven. Micro- tube Unit*. Clock and Timer. Regular $269.95 Value $209.88 $10 Down on Terms WARDS SUPER HOUSE PAINT Reg. $5.65 — None Finer at Any Price $4e44 Sale ^ PorOal. In 5-Gal. Can Singles $4.6e Aik About Wards laty' Payment Plan COMBINATION DOORS 8-6 Light Wood Combination Doors. 2'8"x6'10". Regular $21.95 Value $14.88 10% Down, on Terms fib*. 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Sturdy. *** Girls' Felt Skirts 498 Sizes 7 to 14. Large selection. •* Boys' Rayon-Nylon Unlined Jackets 098 Sizes 4 to 8. Just right for school wear. ^oai Girls' Felt Skirts 498 Sizes 7 to 14. Large selection. •* Boys' Leather Belts 100 Sizes 22 to 28. Large selection. I Girls'Linod Poplin Jackets *98 Sizes 7 to 14. In colors. Just right for school wear. w • PENNEY'S "UNIVERSITY STRAP BACK TWILLS! Pennev'i he* the styling junior will really go for . . . slim* lined tepereci buckle • backil Get 'em in hefty 8.2 -ounce Sanforized t cotton twill! Mi- chine washable. tW&n't shrink nrore than I*. 11 Slat* 4 to 20 2 FOR 1 PENNEY BUY! ALL NYLON REVERSIBLE*! Penney's know-how jives you the warmth/wear and styling you want in 100% nylonf Fleecy chest stripes reverse to water-repellent n xait «« taffeta. Machine washable.* . ' • ^ Hn lukewarm water. Seyi ^^^HJ^tJ

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