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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 8

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Sunday Work Bon Ordered For Catholics PORTLAND/Ore. (M—A restriction against nonessential Sunday work will become effective Sept. 1 for Roman Catholics of Oregon, Idaho and Montana. On that date a pastoral letter from Archbishop Edward D. Howard will be read at all masses in the three states, telling Catholics that they are not to work, keep their businesses open or shop on Sundays unless necessary for "the common good." Such s letter is binding in con- gdenee for Catholics, church officials said, and becomes a matter for confession. The archbishop's letter was made public Saturday by the chan- eery office here. The letter read, in part: "Sunday is our weekly commemoration of the resurrection of Christ . . ." and added that the church commands for Sunday observance: "First, assisting at the holly mass; second, abstaining from unnecessary servile work." Servile in Roman Catholic usage means physical work. • z _The letter said the only exceptions to the work ban will be for "business services which are so necessary for the common good that they may be rendered legitimately on Sunday. Those working, it specified, must have a chance to attend mass. The effect of competition on a businessman may not be considered a factor, the letter stipulated. There may be appeals td confessors or parish priests "in particular cases where doubt arises," it said. The office of Msgr. Thomas J. Tobin, vicar general of the Archdiocese, said the new definition is the result of recent moves to eliminate abuses of Sunday. *'* is? II 1 OPTIMIST . , . Manuel Moreno, 37, yelps with discomfort an police saw him loose from a small serving hatch in a San Francisco, Calif.,.jail cell. Moreno, arrested for allegedly heating his wife while he was drunk, apparently thought It worthwhile to try and crawl out of the serving hatch. The cold-steel facts, ma'am: It took hacksaw artists two hours to free him. From the hatch, not the jail. At late reports, he was still in the clink. SCREENS RETARDED Paul Vance, psychologist of the Division of Special Education, State Department of Public Instruction, was in Carroll County Monday screening applicants for the class for retarded children to be offered again this year at Carroll Public School under auspices ©f the county board of education. CONSTANT SWIMMERS Atlantic mackerel swim 24 hours a day. never pausing to rest. They require a constant strong flow of water over their gills to supply sufficient oxygen to their blood and keep from smothering. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Orating — Picking Ph. Day 2540 • Ph. Night 2616 OarroH, Iowa John Vanderheiden M _„ Movlno Awirti for North Am«rtcin Van Unci, inc. • Mrs. E. Krouch Entertains for a Guest from Florida (Time* Hrrald Newt Service) LAKE VIEW — Mrs. E. E. Krouch gave a morning coffee in honor of Mrs. Chris Krouch of Miami, Fla. About 40 guests were entertained between the hours of 9:30 and 11:30. The refreshment table was spread with a white linen cloth. An arrangement of pastel gladioli and greenery complemented the silver service. Mrs. W. L. Good of Prairie Village. Kan. and Mrs. Darrell Hanshaw of Sac City, daughters of Mrs. E. E. Krouch, poured coffee. Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Leighter and Kirby, 'Clella Turnquist of Des Moines and Mrs. Arnold Gerdes and daughters were weekend guests in the Lee Leighter home, at Dickens. Dr. W. L. Good arrived from Prairie Village, Kan* Friday evening. He was'a weekend guest in the home of his parents-in-law, where his wife had been visiting for two weeks. The Good family returned to their home Sunday evening. Mrs. E. C. Ambrose of St. Joseph, Mo., and Mrs. Reid Merrick and son Tom of Humeston were Thursday and Friday visitors in the E. E. Krouch home. Supper guests Thursday evening in the Henry R. Meyer home were: Mrs. Wilbour Belt and five children of Los Vegas, Nev., Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Belt and family of Wall Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crampton and son of Deloit. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mason and son Dalton. attended the Peter Moyer family reunion Sunday at Garwin. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mason of Westside and Mrs. Clara Mason also attended, following the Noble-Buxton wedding at Stewartville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bromley and. family of Clinton are visiting this week in the "Doc" Bromley home. Mrs. Jess Bromley of Clinton accompanied (hem and is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miller. Mrs. Jens Thompson of Rolfe is staying in the Dr. W. J. Nichols home while they are on vacation ake a*50-yard dash" to tha tekphone-and find tha party- had hungup? |orgst J/oyJgd dinner on the stov ^B ^iila you chatted with a friend? 2 Firemen Are Dead of Burns MILLER, S.D. <ffl — Two volunteer firemen died Sunday from burns suffered when they were showered with flaming Oil while fighting a fire at nearby Highmore Thursday, t Ellsworth Gussler, 35. and Sief D. Hoogestraat, 49, died in a hospital here. They Were burned when a 500-gallon fuel oil tank exploded while they were fighting a fire at the Cline Implement Co. Two other firemen were listed in very critical condition, two in critical 'condition, and two others were reported out of danger. Two Lake City Couples Visit in • Columbia, Kentucky crimen Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Blair and Mr. and Mrs. Grover Goodwin are in Columbia, Ky., visiting in the Lee Robinson home. Mrs. Robinson is a sister of Mr. Blair and Mrs. Goodwin. Kathy Owens will return Sunday from Denver wherj she has spent two weeks with an uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Hunziker are in Forest Park, 111., guests of Mr. Hunziker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Moon. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Sayers are their nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Snqw and family of Fayette, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schaffer and sons, and Mrs. Nellie Hendricks are spending this week in Newton at the William Lewis home. Miss Mary Leget is spending the next three weeks in California where she will visit an uncle, Floyd Russell at Redlands, and Mr. and Mrs. James A. Potts at Loma Linda. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Staton and Janice, have returned from a western trip. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Staton Jr. at Pocatello, Idaho, and the Merritt Toynes'in Landor, Wyo. G.M. 1-c and Mrs. Ronald Seay and children of Long Beach, Calif., are spending a two-week leave here in the parental Ray Seay home. Lutherans End Meeting ST. PAUL, Minn. (ffl-An estimated 75,000 to 100,000 persons joined in a massive outdoor service Sunday to" hear world Lutheranism's. answer to the challenges of a dramatically portrayed "critical world." The crowd nearly filled the Minnesota State Capitol's sprawling approaches for the final event of the Lutheran World Federation's third assembly. The gathering was described as the largest in the history of American Lutheranism. A novel dramatic device, likened by a federation spokesman to the ancient morality plays, took the audience through a succession of "challenges" to the church sounded by a voice off-platform. Preceded by a fanfare of trumpets, the voice called on the church to explain its faith in the assembly theme "Christ frees and unites." The answers were followed by hymns and prayers in which the crowd joined. Freedom, unity of the church, reforming the church, service and more for the future were themes on which the challenges were based. Among those answering the criticisms was Dr. Lajos Ordass, Lutheran bishop of Hungary. Bishop Ordass, kept in prison and under house arrest by the Communists for nearly e i g h t years, told his audience that "I know of a surety that Jesus Christ delivered me from sin in which other people had to perish. . . . It is a fact that at one important hour of my life I had to face the possibility of immediate death. My Lord helped me. I was not afraid. Even now, I am not afraid of death." 8 Times Herald, CerroH, towa Monday, Aug. 24,1*57 SOME SUNFLOWER ... Even though she's six feet tall—ladder Included — three - year - old Kathy Taylor ts just knee-high to this towering sunflower at her grandparent's home in Independence, -Mo. The giant plant Is 13 feet high, and young Kathy can amuse herself with her own version of "Jack and the Beanstalk." Tax Pall Over Plans of Moslem Prince, Model GENEVA, Switzerland UP) — The U.S. Bureau of Internal Revenue Monday cast a shadow over the post - marriage plans of Prince Sadruddin i Khan and London model Nina Dyer. Sadruddin is the 24-year-old uncle of Karim, new religious leader of Ismaili Moslems. "Panther" (Nina) and "Seal" (Sadruddin)—pet names they have given each other—will be married in his $750,000 chateau Belledve by two Moslem imams Tuesday. A Swiss civil ceremony will precede the religious affirmation. 2 More Years Previously announced plans called for the couple to arrive in Cambridge, Mass., for the opening of the new Harvard term Sept. 20. He has two more years of study for his Phd.D. in Orien- OLDEST ORDER Oldest order of English knighthood is Knights of the Bath. The Order of the Bath is known to have, been in existence as early as 1127. Mrs. Crampton Leaves for Visit With Chicagoans (Timed Herald News Servlee) VAIL — Mrs. Floyd Crampton left Saturday for Chicago, where she will visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Flanigan and daughters. Nancy Brogan is visiting relatives in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hickey and daughter, Mae Hickey, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brasel at Dow City. A picnic dinner was held ' Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Siegner. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Peter Flynn, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Don Lilleholm and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Lawerence Gallagher and family, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. James Siegner and family, Mrs. R. E. Costello, Earl Costello and Regina Schumacher, Vail. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Fineran and daughters returned from a week's visit in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Harlow of Boone spent the past week here at the home of Mrs. Harlow's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Freml. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Conway of Aleda, 111., visited in Vail Monday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Walsh and Mrs. Catherine Meehan.' They attended the funeral of Mrs. Ed Champion at Denison Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Vurnace Slechta and daughter, Donna, of Cherokee spent a few days here with her mother, Mrs. Nell Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiese and Eva Crampton were visitors in Sioux City Monday. Dean Farrell and Elmer Wiese were business callers in Sioux City Monday. HELPLESS LIZARD Most helpless of all lizards is the blind worm, or slow worm, which does not possess any legs and looks like a snake. It is neither blind, slow nor a worm. It has small, bright eyes, equipped with eyelids, and can move very quickly on occasion. hen you nead additional phones! Save time and tempers! Put telephones in the bed, room, kitchen, basement. You'll really enjoy the extra convenience, new privacy, added protection. And you can now have telephones in attractive colors. Eight glamorous shades to choose from. Why not call your Telephone Business Office and »ee how little it costs to enjoy the convenience of , additional telephones in yourjiome. Northwestern Boll flS Telephone Company NOTICE OF CONTINUATION OF BUSINESS OF JOHN B. DANNER, DECEASED d-b-o DANNER DEEP ROCK OIL COMPANY The undersigned, Viola Danner, executrix of the Estate of John B. Danner, deceased, desires to assure the customers of the above business that the business will be continued and she assures them, that they will receive good service. The undersigned also takes this opportunity to thank the customers of said business for their kind consideration. AH orders for petroleum products and lubricants will be received by the executrix at the John B. Danner residence, 503 North Maple .Street, Carroll, Iowa, as in the past. Telephone No. 2588. * • MRS VIOLA DANNER, Executrix of the fstate ef John 1, Danner, DectMtdi. ' Arkansas Family Ends Visit With Relatives at Vail (Times Herald New« gervtite) VAIL — Mr. and Mrs. Bob Willroth and sons of Mauntainburg, Ark., returned home following several weeks here with their mothers. Mrs. Olga Gallagher and Mrs. Esther Willroth. Mary Ann Fahey returned Monday to Omaha after a week's visit here with her grandmother, Mrs. Agnes Ryan, and other relatives. Earl Graham of Charles City is spending a weeTc here with h i s mother, Mrs. Laura Graham, and Mr. and Mrs. John Dieter and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clair Abbott, daughter. Jean Kay, and son, David, of Boone spent the weekend here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Tracy North and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Abbott. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Precht of Iowa City are visiting Mrs. Precht's mother, Mrs. Laura Graham, and family. Mrs. Mark Berger and daughter, Joan, and Kay Powers left Sunday for a visit with Mrs. Berger's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Johnson, and family at Drummond, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Powers returned from a vacation trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. Ben Olson of Logan is visiting Mrs. Christina Beck and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chapman* Mr. and Mrs. Art Stanley and daughter, Sabrina, of Bettendorf returned to their home after a visit with Mrs. Stanley's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Len Powers. Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Hickey and family returned from a week's va cation in Minnesota. Joe Oevaney returned from a vacation trip to Denver and other western points. Lions to Resume Meetings Sept. 4 Lions Club meetings will be resumed Wednesday, September 4, after the summer recess. This was decided at an informal picnic supper Sunday . evening in the shelterhouse at Northwest Park. The September meeting will be important since at that time committees will be announced for the Western Iowa Lions Fall Rally which will be in Carroll early in October. The rally is for District 9-C of Lions International. According to an earlier announcement made by the district governor, Fee Chew of Council Bluffs, about 200 Lions and their wives will attend. The picnic Sunday evening was a catered affair with Bob Hatch in charge of arrangements. Wives of members were guests. ALL-STARS MEET (Timet Herald New* Servlee) WESTSIDE - The Girls All- Star 4-H Club met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank with Loa Dawn Frank as hostess. Mrs. Howard M. Hugg and MrB. Maynard Terrell, leaders, were present, as were six members, three guests and Mrs. Frank. Guests were Mary Terrell, Mary Ellen Lawler and Sharon Shcroeder. Doris Dau,. president, presided at the meeting, assisted by the secretary, Marlene Gottsch. Regina Meehan, senior member, assisted the members with details in regard to their record books for the current year and also in keeping of records for a long period. Zoy Kracht gave a demonstration on "Cleaning and Storing Paint Brushes." Mrs. Terrell led in a discussion of different periods of furniture, their uses and values. She also led In a group review of pictures, artists and their countries. Mrs. Hugg gave a study in music and played several records. The hostess served refreshments. Plans were discussed for a banquet in September for members and their families. Election of officers will be held in September, with the new year beginning at that time. Installation will be held in conjunction with the election. P. W. Schoenjahn and his nephews, Gene and Jim Prince of Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Armstrong of Vail spent Tuesday in Omaha. Mrs. Gpfshall Of Tucson, Ariz., Visits in Auburn (T4me» Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mrs, Burton Gotsh all of Tucson, Ariz., was a guest in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Richardson. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Putbrese of Iowa City were weekend visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Putbrese and Mrs. Ag n es Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. Orvil Kent and David Smith returned Friday from a week's visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie' Moline and son at Pepin, Wis. Their guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Mcintosh I and family of Hamilton, 0., also spent the week in the Moline home. Mr. and Mrs./ George Wernimont, Mrs. Marie Stewart and Bobbie Edmonds returned Thursday from Council Bluffs wh e r e they visited Sr. Mary Hyacintha, a patient in the Mercy Hospital there. The Rev. and. Mrs. R. H. Marquardt and family of Rapid City, S. C, were overnight guests Monday in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Marquardt and sons. Leonard Hamilton of Omaha was a weekend guest of his mother, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton.' Kathleen, Marilyn, Eddie and Dean Heim were guests Saturday night and Sunday of their grandmother. Mrs. Rudy Weber returned Friday from a few days' visit in the home of her son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Weber and family at Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. John Yepsen of Valley City, N. D., were guests a few days of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Willert. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Carroll and family of Owensboro, Ky., visited Sunday with his grandmother, Mrs. Cora Hungate, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Block and family returned to their home at Wellsburg' Monday after spending a week with Auburn friends. Mr. Block assisted at the Auburn Market and Locker during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Rauch. tal history and languages. But the Khans have been notified that under U.S. tax laws the prince would become liable to American income tax if he spends one more year there. Nina also would have to pay personal properly tax on her new engagement ring and all the jewelry she acquired from her first husband. He is Baron Heinrich von Thyssen, the heir to a German industrial fortune she divorced a year ago. The engagement ring dwarfs the 29V4 carat diamond showman j Mike Todd gave his wife, movie star Elizabeth Taylor. Mike told j reporters he stopped there "because 30 would be vulgar." No such inhibitions bothered Sadruddin, the younger son of the late Aga Khan III. He paid $100,000 for a 32 carat ring which Nina says is "too heavy to wear." Confers With Lawyers "I may go" was all' Sadruddin would tell reporters Monday about his Harvard plans. He rushed off to confer with his lawyers on the involved tax situation. He was also putting final touches on his marriage settlement with Nina. Terms of this settlement are closely guarded, but the prince, who is reported to have inherited millions from his father, has a high mark to shoot at Nina's first husband is reputed to have given her $2,800,000 plus jewelry, a French chateau, and a Caribbean island. U.S. taxes also are reported to be influencing the decisions of Sadruddin's 20-year-old nephew Karim, the new Aga Khan. Family sources said the possibility of income taxes was one reason why he may not return to Harvard where he would have been a senior this year. His duties as religious leader of 20 million Ismaili Moslems probably will be the determing point, however. Tax considerations do do not affect his young brother, Prince Amyon, also a Harvard student. Informed sources said the United States was interested in having members of the Khan family continue their American educations because of their influence in the Middle East. These sources said the two sides were feeling one another out about a possible settlement which would assure .the Khans that their residence in the United States for educational purposes would not make them residents for tax purposes. Champion Is Withdrawn From Auction DES MOINES W-Gary Minish of Dysart withdrew his grand champion baby beef steer from the annual 4-H auction at the Iowa State Fair Monday. Minish, 17, indicated he will keep his 1,000-pound prize-winning Hereford for further showings. Reserve Brings 46c The reserve grand champion in the baby beef show, an Angus shown by Rodney Brannen, 18, of Muscatine, brought 46 cents a pound. It was bought by Bookey Packing Co., Des Moines. The breed champion in the Shorthorn class, shown by Ronald G o e c k e of Marshalltown, was bought by Rath Packing Co., at 31 cents a pound. In the beef carcass contest, the winning carcass shown by Johnson Bros, of Ida Grove was bought by Des Moines Packing Co. at 63 cents a pound. It dressed out at 66.5 per cent and weighed 680 pounds. The reserve champion beef carcass, shown by Norma Chandler of Lucas, sold at 56 cents a pound to Paul Farley of Des Moines. The best lamb carcass, entered by Barbara Capp of Adel, brought $1.05 a pound from the Art Nelson Sheep Co. of Des Moines. The reserve champion lamb carcass, entered by Richard F. O'Donnell, Colo, went for 65 cents a pound to Carl Nidy, Des Moines. Open Class Judging In open class judging Monday, Lynwood Sequel, entered by Lynnwood Farm, Carmel, Ind., took the Polled Shorthorn bull grand championship. The 2-year-old bull also was senior champion. Reserve champion bull was Ceremonious Escort owned by Leemon Stock Farms, Hoopeston, 111. Junior champion in Polled Shorthorn classes was Proud Sultan, shown by Otto Johnson, Lohrville, and reserve junior champion was Goldfinder, owned by Albert Hultine & Sons, Saronville, Neb. Grand champion Milking Shorthorn bull was shown by Mysha Farm of St. Anthony and the junior championship went to Cloverton Farms, Reinbeck. TWO OFFICES James Abram Garfield was president - elect and senator-elect at the same time. Nominated for president in 1880, he previously had been elected senator from Ohio. BIG INNING On June 18, 1950, the Boston Red Sox broke the single-inning baseball scoring record with' 17 runs in the seventh inning of a nine-inning game, Dauphin was a title given to ttt« tides', son d a King of Franc*. LEAVES HOSPITAL Mrs. Donald A. Olberding, 22, of Arcadia, who injured her left forearm in a fall, has been released from St. Anthony Hospital. She had been hospitalized since 9:10 p.m. Friday. SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS AND FURNITURE WILL BE SOLD AT Public Auction Sale to b« held at the* former Hugo Gotsch Residence 1 mile north of Lidderdale, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 28 at 2 o'clock p. m. ITEMS TO BE SOLD INCLUDE: Marquette 9 ft. Deep-Freeze Gibson Refrigerator Admiral 21" T.V. Console Duo Therm Oil Heater International Oil Heater Mola Washing Machine Davenport and chair (good as new) Majestic coal and wood range Eclipse Sickle Mower, 3 ft. Tables, chairs, dressers, etc. Four-wheel Trailer with box 8 ft. Stock Tank Full line of household goods. Term* of sale: Cash to be paid to Carroll County State Bank, Clerk. The foregoing property is being sold under order of Court" in the estate of Hugo F. C. Gotsch, deceased. GERALD GOTSCH, Executor MEYERS A TAN CRETI, Attorneys AL BOSS, Auctioneer Admiral for '58 As Modern as Tomorrow! Come In and So* thr Beautiful Now 1958 Modeli of Admiral TV Your choice of either of our best M- channel antennas — Channel Master "Champion" or "TW," FREE with the purchase of any 1957 or 1958 model in our store, when no trade-in is in* volved. Special Antenna Offer with Trede-ine, Tee. SPORRER'S TV * APPLIANCES 9th and Salinetr Dial 9113 FLINTY Of PRII PARKIN* — Open • ja. m. to 9 p. m. > Days Por, Week

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