Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 29, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 29, 1957
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Mr*. Irene Curran and son, Jerry, of CarrolLand Mrs. Tony Lappe of Lanesboro returned Wednesday after spending four days at the New Inn, Lake Okoboji. St. Lawrence Churcfe Circle HoldsXard Party Spon«Jr«i^by the August circle of the St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian'Mothers, a card party was-held 1 in the Ranch Room of Pauline's Cafe Wednesday afternoon. Co-chairmen of the circle are Mrs. Robert H. Matt and Mrs. Leo Kuker. After dessert and coffee were served, cards were played at 12 tables. * * * Mrs. J. B. Dopheide won the top bridge prize, Mrs. Lester Ries- bergi third high, and Mrs. James Houlihan, low. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Paul N. Heires. Mrs. Frank J; Buchheit won the high score. 500 prize and Mrs. Ed fties, the high score pinochle prize. • * * * Three other prizes were presented. Mrs. John J. Heider received one for the score closest to 1957; WrthdayTe ^Jfto ^'par^da^ 1 The summer ' s ,ast famil >* P icnic :IS h £ n w rM T ^ e ?rL d l e J,of the Young Adult Class of the Methodist Church was held in the Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Harold Whitmire and daughters, Ann,..Mary, Susan and Barbara, left Wednesday for their home at Plainfield, Ind., after a 10-day visit with Mrs. Whitmire's mother, Mrs. Bertha Olberding. They were stopping to visit friends at Atlantic and also at I o f Hotel Burke Wednesday Time* Htratcf, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug. 29, 1957 Co-Workers Fete Mrs. Bob Steffens Mrs. Robert Steffens, who has resigned as general clerk in the, Carroll County ASC office, was honored by her co-workers at a noon luncheon in the dining room former home. Mrs. Olberding returned recently after spending three Dr. and Mrs. J* B. Arts and ; _ „ , ... , children, Joe and Susan, who!f remon , t ;_. N ± 1 ._ Jt:,1 _ e L r . spent 10 days with Dr. Arts' mother, Mrs. J. C. Arts, and other relatives, left Thursday morning for their home in Helena, Mont. Mrs. Arts' son and daughter-in-law, I „ . _ 41 . „ Mr. and'Mrs. Gilbert Arts, and! a « pl jf Brunette and fam- uly, in Indianapolis, Ind. Mrs. Whitmire is the former Berniee Olberding and Mrs. Brunette, the In the group were Mrs. Julius Kanne, Mrs. Virgil Thelen, Mrs. Russell Bayer, Mae Finegan, Vera months with the Whitmire family Wittry, Sally Wenninger and Ruth at their home and with another Ann Gute. They presented Mrs son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and j Steffens with a gift. son, Dale, of Des Moines were also here recently for a three-day visit in her home. Young Adult Class Ends Picnic Series and Mrs. W. T. Otto, for having the most grandchildren Dorothy I r I beck Feted at Party Graham Park shelterhouse Wednesday evening, with 54 members and_ children attending. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dansdill and son and Caroline Crouse. * * * The potluck dinner was followed by a business meeting conducted Mrs.- Steffens' resignation effect Sept. 1. takes former Lou Ella Olberding. Wiliey Sodality iPlans School's Leaving town .— rummage sale!U n f. | lir > r L. Orr^rtm^ -Friday, Aug. 30, 9 a.m. to 9i nor Lun cn Program p.m. in basement of my home at 521 18th Place. Basement entrance in women's clothing, curtains, bedspreads, toys, misc. items. M. M. Campbell. Adv. Mrs. Eugene King and daughter, Pearl, gave a miscellaneous shower at their new home in Den- lion, honoring Dorothy Mae Irl-j D y Roger Hansen, president beck of Dedham who will marry Mrs. King's son, Merlin, at 9 O'clock Saturday morning, August 31, in St, Joseph's Church at Dedham. Thirty-five guests attended. Miss Irlbeck's colors of pink |hd yellow" were stressed. A bride doll with an open umbrella centered the gift table. Pink and yellow ribbons with matching streamers hung from 'he sides of the table. J •,: * * » %A contest was conducted before traveling-bingo was played. The Winners presented their prizes to t e bride-elect. Lunch was served ter she had opened her gifts. '4 Guests attending from this vi- r ty- were Mrs. Edward Irlbeck Dedham, mother of the bride- elect, and sisters, Angeline, Darlene and Dorene, of Dedham and (Irs. Norman Dentlinger of Coon Rapids. t V Banns of the approaching marriage have been announced at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham and St. Martin's Church at Odebolt. The group decided to try to secure two nurses for the new church nursery during Sunday morning worship services. The September fellowship meeting will be in the parlors of the new church. Approximately 55 members of St. Mary's Rosary Sodality, meet- rear, Children's, men's and J j n g Tuesday night for a monthly »»n«U5n« < sess j on j n t ne church basement at Willey, discussed pjans for the school hot lunch program, which will begin as soon as preparations are completed. They chose three delegates to represent the parish at the diocesan convention of the National Council of Catholic Women to be Mr. and Mrs. George Sfangl, who spent nearly a week with Mr. Stangl's sisters, Misses Minnie, Eleanor and Theresa Stangl, left Thursday mornjng for their home at Greybull, Wyo., with stops at! held in Carroll Oct. 22 Two Guests Share Honors At Breakfast Mrs. Carl Bauerle and Mrs. B. B. Lehman combined a birthday party for Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks with a courtesy for Miss Ruth Clements of New York City at a 9:30 breakfast for 11 guests in Mrs. Bauerle's home Wednesday morning. Crocheted white place ( mats were used on the dining 'table, which was decorated with a centerpiece of lavender cosmos. * * * The hostesses presented a birthday gift to Mrs. Weeks and a guest gift to Miss Clements. Miss Clements is visiting her mother, Mrs. John Clements, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland. • Arms Plan(Continued from Page 1) Social Calendar Thursday- Carroll Rainbow Girls, 7:30 pirn. Masonic Temple. Monday- Eastern Star,. 8 p.m., Masonic Temple, -s / Family night, Carroll Country Club. ' ,.. ^ Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium. Senior Immaculate Guild potluck ' dinner, St. Joseph's hall. Women golfers' handicap tourna- ,' ment, Gountry Club. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Mrs. • Roger Campbell. T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Frank Baker. Toastmistress Hears of World Club the party in a situation of individual or collective self-defense." This construction was officially explained as being necessary to i Invocation was given by Mrs. allow for the use of nuclear weap- j Mabel Montgomery of. Glidden. "This Big Wide World" provid-: Kelly, Mrs. R. M. Moehn, Ethel ed the evening's theme at a meet- ~ ' ing of the Carroll Toastmistress Club at Hotel Burke Wednesday. Instead of a regular dinner, the group attended the Chuck Wagon buffet. In the dining room, going from there to the Driftwood room for the business session and program . Mr. and MM . Louis Wille and daughter, Maxine, have returned to their home at San Diego, Calif., after spending nearly two weeks with Mrs. Wille's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton, arid other relatives in Carroll End vicinity. ISpatkhps. oW pfatijc — 6 by )4 feowdt.;' KM * <<r«a*rW*, 4*c. Vio'tl ">«/ ro ihow rife ixKwtifsJ ptoter y«qr efeioa cabinet or on DAVIS PAINT C. W. Nicoll Owner Saturday Night's Miss Millie Ellerbrock c a m e J g r j fj Q e-M i X e X ' home Wednesday after spending \ — s - more than a week in Kansas and j the Ozarks. Going from here to! Edgerton, Kan., Miss Ellerbrock joined Miss Nell Callahan, with whom she drove to the Ozarks, where they visited friends, including Mr. and Mrs. Paul Christiansen. Mrs: Christiansen, who is the former Gladys Noe of Auburn, is a former pupil of Miss Ellerbrock. Couple Wed in Lake City*" Will Reside at Newell (Tim** Herald Stmt Service-) LAKE CITY — Glenda Holm of Lake City and Jerry Ibach of Bayard were married by candlelight Friday, Aug. 23, at 8 p.m. in Trinity Methodist Church here. The Rev. William H. Green read the double ring service. Preceding the ceremony Carol Clarkin of Lake City played an organ prelude of nuptial music. She also played the Wagner and Mendelssohn wedding marches and accompanied Mrs. Jerry Dawson of Fort Dodge, who sang "I'll Walk with God" as the couple knelt at the altar. * * * The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Holm of Lake City; the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Ibach of Bayard. The bride was escorted by her father down the center aisle which was" marked by white bows at the pewehds. Her gown-was of white satin, imported Chantilly lace and nylon tulle. She wore a fingertip veil ..of illusion held in place by a tiara embroidered with seed pearls and sequins. She carried a cascade bouquet of white feathered carnations with white ribbon shower. Mrs. Melvin Allen of Hampton, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmatron was Mrs. Jerry Dawson of Fort Dodge and Patricia Boyd of Des Moines, bridesmaid. The three attendants wore street-length dresses of white crystalette, white horsehair picture hats trimmed with white ribbon bows and white crocheted gloves. They carried cascade bouquets of white carnations. * * * Gary Battles of Storm Lake was best man. The groomsmen were Dean Robertson of Bayard and Dean Allen of Storm Lake and the ushers, Marion Bradley of Storm Lake and Ronald Mau of Early. After the wedding ceremony, a reception for 150 guests was held in the fellowship hall of the church. * * * Mrs. Ibach is a graduate of high school at Lake City and the two-year teacher's course at Bue na Vista College, Storm Lake. She taught last year at Ida Grove and will teach this year at Newell. Mr Ibach, a graduate of Bayard High School, is now a senior student at Buena Vista College. The couple j in Des Moines. They were also at will live at Newell. I Spirit Lake for a few days. Clieyenne a'nd Laramie. * # * , The business meeting which was _ \ „ ,. . , _ . conducted by Mrs. Paul Schu- M ?- 'l""!? ^ ."I " P W ni i macher, president, was followed nesday at he State Fair in Des, P Bernard Q , j Moines, attending with her par-1 ^ the h|gh score pr , 2e; Mike Balk, second high, and Mrs. Bob Broich, low. Mrs. Mike Schultes and Mrs. Harold Uhlenkamp were co-chairmen of the program and lunch committee. ents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren of Iowa City, who spent Monday and Tuesday with the Eulberg family. The three were met in Des Moines by Mrs. Eulberg's brother, Martin Warren, of Iowa City, with whom Mr. and Mrs. Will Warren returned home. Leaving town — rummage sale —Friday, Aug. 30, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. in basement of my home at 521 18th Place. Basement entrance in rear. Children's, men's and women's clothing, curtains, bedspreads, toys, misc. items. M. M. Campbell. Adv. FranJde Daley, son of Lt. Cmdr. and Mrs. E. J. Daley of Falls Church, Va., is leaving for his home Thursday night after being here with, his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daley and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kruse, since the forepart of June. His grandfather, Mr. Daley, is taking him back. Frankie came here with Miss Anna Daley of Washington, D.C., when she spent her vacation with her sister, Miss Mazie Daley. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roberts returned home Wednesday fro m Red Wing, Minn., where they attended funeral services at the Methodist Church Monday for Mrs. Roberts' nephew, Ben Bauman, 61, of Red Wing, who died of leukemia. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts attended the rites with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Redman of Glidden, who are at their summer home at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts were overnight guests of the Redmans. Mrs. Raleigh Baldwin of Arlington. Va., who arrived Monday to spend about a week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gietz, will be joined by Mr. Baldwin and younger son, Donald, for the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. James Cruchelow Sr. of Des Moines arrived Tuesday to visit their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Cruchelow Jr., and family until next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Cruchelow Jr, Postponed One Week A bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members, scheduled to be held at the clubhouse Saturday night, August 31, has been postponed to the following Saturday, Sept. 7. Arrangements are in charge of Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Chapman and Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Kelly. ons in case the United States, for example, became involved in a "situation of defense" because of an attack on an allied country. Related to this section was another more or less new proposal- there had been some talk about it * * * Mrs. Bill Burgess, who handled table topics, called on Mrs. O.W. en the position thaf they disliked the whole idea. . T , , 8. All the pledges for arms cut- at London—which is designed to backs and measures to end the Two Clubs at Manning Reveal Their Opening Dates <Ttm«« Herald New* Service) MANNING — The Zetetic Study Club* will open its fall season with a dinner party at the home of Mrs. Ramon Wycoff on Sept. 3. The Progressive Club will have its opening dinner Sept. 3 at the home of Mrs. George Sievert. keep the door open for the nuclear arming of America's European allies, notably Britain and France, should Russia accept the plan and its terms actually be converted into treaty form. This section, which would also let Russia supply atomic weapons to its satellites, states: "Each party undertakes not to i transfer out of its control any nuclear weapons, or to accept transfer to it of such weapons, except where, under arrangements between transferor and transferee, their use will be in conformity with Paragraph 3." The section referred to was that providing for use of "weapons only in self-defense. Inspection, Control The 11 points of the Western plan cover not only specific arms reduction and control measures but also the creation ,of inspection and control machinery under an 'international control organization." One section provides that any nation can renounce its commitments under the proposed treaty atomic race, according to the Western proposal, would be meaningless unless there was also full agreement on the "operation of an effective international control and inspection system." International. Control The proposal calls for an international control organization and for various types of inspection machinery and would commit the participating countries to cooperate "freely" with the inspectors to make certain that the disarmament pledges were honored. Like the U. N. Security Council, under which it/would operate, the control organization would have an executive board in which powers — presently unspecified— would have a veto right on "important decisions." 9. The board of control would be empowered to study ways of regulating armament exports and imports. 10. Any country could withdraw from the treaty by,giving written notice if there was a major violation by some other country or if is guilty of an "important viola- St. Bernard Class qf '49 Has Reunion (Time* Herald New* Service) BREDA — St. Bernard High School class of 1949 held a reunion at the Memorial Park here Saturday evening, beginning with a 7 o'clock picnic supper. Attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Collins, Scranton; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoffman, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Sporrer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Feldmann, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Oswald and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grote, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolterman, Mr. and Mrs. Lenus Thelen, Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kropf, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Steinkamp, Breda; Mrs. Virtus Fee, California; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Fee, Maryville, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Koster, Cherokee; Marvin Boes and Norbert Miller, Breda; and Mr. and Mrs. Loras Stork, Lidderdale. Unable to attend were Mr. artd Mrs. Virgil Wiese, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. William Snyder, Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. Don Luchtel, Milford. new FadC Ttekm BREDA ALL-STARS MEET BREDA — Tips for swine breeders and exhibitors were given by speakers at the Breda All-Stars , 4-H meeting, Wednesday night, at ended their vacation Monday by| Ed Snyder's home. Lyle Boes spending the day at the State Fair i spoke ' on .. Better H og Pastures" i„ rw ™ — - l and Jlm Snyder on "Fitting Hogs for Show." Joe Snyder presided. Record books were reviewed by Paul Venner, club leader, and W. R. Millender, assistant county extension director. Lunch was served by Mrs. Snyder. The next meeting will be Wednesday evening; September 18, at the Albert Boes home. ... for th« latest In fall fashion finery . . . shop Breughton'$ first. Beautiful new fall merchandise arriving daily. You'll always look your elegant best in top quality, high fashion clothes from the Pink Shop. "Lt«d the Pltld in Pine CUMing" COATS • tUfo * DRES5BS • SWIATIRI • BLOUSES * MILUNBRY If It's Photographic Balk's Have It! i §ft tion." Another section says that the proposals constitute a single package and that "its provisions are inseparable." Major Provisions The major provisions which now represent agreed positions of the Western Powers are these: 1. A year after the disarmament treaty became effective Russia and the United States would cut their forces to 2V4 million men each and France and Britain to 750.000 men each. They would also reduce armaments, placing discarded weapons in storage depots under international control. The levels of the armed forces of other states would be determined later. Further cuts in forces could occur as a result of later negotiations and if political conditions were right and the first step disarament a r r a n gement had worked. 2. Military expenditures would be subject to examination by the proposed international control organization as a means of verifying cuts in the conventional forces and armaments. 3. The agreeing countries would use nuclear weapons only in "a situation of individual, or collective self-defense" against armed attack. 4. Future production of fissionable material "will be used at home or abroad, under international supervision, exclusively for nonweapons purposes, including stockpiling." Cutting off the manufacture of such materials for weapons would become effective one month after an international inspection system to check on it had been completed. Special Pledge In this connection, the plan proposed that. each country pledge "not to transfer out of its control any nuclear weapons or to accept transfer" of such weapons except for purposes of self-defense. 5. Testing of nuclear weapons would be suspended for 12 months, with a renewal of 12 months—a total of two years—provided that adequate inspection systems are set up and that satisfactory progr ress is made under the agreement toward halting all atomic production for weapons. 6. Rockets capable of soaring above the earth's atmosphere into outer space would be brought under control with a provision stating; "All parties to the convention agree that 1 within three months after the entry into effect of the; convention they will -cooperate in the establishment of a technical committee to study the design of an inspection system which would make it possible to assure that the sending of objects through outer space, will be exclusively for peaceful and scientific purposes." 7. Provisions would he made to cut the .danger of surprise attack by setting up inspection zones, with aerial,find ground inspection systems,- covering vast areas of Western and Soviet bloc territory. The details had previously been spelled out by Secretary of State Dulles in a, proposal in London Aug. 3. The Soviets have already rejected the. plan in part and tak- fectiveness of the disarmament system in some way. 11. Russia was told that It would have to negotiate on the Western proposals as parts of a single plan and could not accept any one of them apart from the others. » Forrest and Zella Daeges fbr im promptu talks pertaining to the evening's subject. Mrs. J. H. Herweg was toastmistress. Mrs. J. J. Meyers. gave her travel talk about her trip around the world. * * * Evaluator was Mrs. John E. Martin; general evaluator, Mrs. Edna G. Collins; and lexicologist, Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran. Mrs. Cochran continued a study of interpretive reading, calling on Mrs. Inesa Pfiester, Mrs. J. A. Heider and Mrs. Collins for different types of sight reading. * * * In the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Moehn, president, announcement was made of the fall council meeting Saturday, Oct. 12, at the Terrace Cafe in Des Moines, with the Duo Des Moines Club as the hostess group. The theme of the council for the year is "Time," with the October meeting devoted to "Correct Time." * * * The Carroll club will have a workshop at the January council meeting, which has been designated "Speech Time," and will be in charge of table topics at the June meeting. Guests at last night's meeting were Mrs. R. L. Stokke of Fort Dix, N. J., who attended with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Martin; Mrs. Harriet Burns and Mrs. Scott Whitley. The next meeting will be Sept. 11 in the Gold Room of Hotel Burke. Pack Committee Plans Fall Activities A pack committee meeting of Cub Scout Pack No. 100, sponsored by SS. Peter and Paul's Holy Name Society, was held in the school cafeteria Wednesday night, primarily to make plans for pack entertainment in September and October. Enrollment applications were discussed and the boys were assigned to different dens. Mrs. J. P. Meinhardt is den mother of den 1; Mrs. Ray Reicks, den 2, and Mrs. Joe Schachtner, den 3. Mrs. Reicks' assistant is Mrs. Joe Burgart. Pack committee officers are: Omer Langenfeld, cub master; Irwin Woerdehoff, assistant cub master; Joe Drapcho, committee chairman; Wilbur Singsank, treasurer, and Henry Scjioenjahn, publicity chairman. A pack meeting will be held Sept. 25. The next committee meeting will be Oct. 2. John Wiedemeyers Moving to California Mr. and Mrs. John Wiedemeyer and' family of Spencer, formerly of Carroll, are leaving . Spencer Saturday to live in North Hollywood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Wiedemeyer and children, Gloria, who will be a freshman in high school; Kathy, who will be in the seventh grade; Robert, in the fifth grade; and Mary, in the second, were guests at a farewell supper in the home of Mr. Wiedemeyer's mother, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer, east of Carroll Wednesday evening. The family lias lived. at Spencer 14 years. Mr. Wiedemeyer, who has been manager of Welco Feeds there, will have a similar position with a different firm in North Hollywood. Mrs. Wiedemeyer is the former Roselyn Wuebker of Carroll. Prenuptla! ' Party Honors Miss Badding A prenuptial shower was gtaen for Roselyn Badding, September bride-elect, at the Don Badding home near Arcadia. s Miss Badding, daughter ,of Mr. and Mrs, William Badding of Arcadia, will become the bride, of Lon Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers of Arcadia, in a 9 o'clock ceremony Saturday morning, Sept. 7, in St. John's Church, Arcadia. * * • Games were played and prizes were won by Mary Jo Badding, Mrs. Lawrence Schroeder, Mrs. Ray Glass, Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. Art Diers and Miss Badding. Court-whist was also played. The gifts were placed on a table decorated with a sprinkling can and streamers in purple, gold and Kelly green, the colors of the bride-elect. Garden • flowers completed the decorations. A corsage was presented to the guest of honor. * * * After Miss/Badding had opened her gifts, lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Don Badding and Mrs. Bob Badding, sisters-in-law of Miss Badding. Guests besides those named were Mrs. William Badding, mother of the bride-elect; Kathy and Janet Badding. Mrs. Joe Staiert, Mrs. Irvin Staiert, Mrs. Maurice Glass, Mrs. Ben Haverkamp, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. Art Schroeder and Mrs. Edmund Schroeder. • Thurmond(Continued from Page 1) publican leader, that it was all futile. Thurmond went past 15 hours at 11:54 a.m. Knowland, looking fresh in contrast to the obvious wear on Thurmond, appeared in the chamber at 6:30 a.m. to tell the South Carolinian he couldn't win, that there will be no adjournment of Congress until there is civil rights action, and that Thurmond was inviting rules changes making it easier to break up long talk. Then after the brief interruption Knowland went to the White House for breakfast with President Eisenhower while Thurmond kept going. After the White House session Knowland said he had told Eisenhower Congress still might be able to adjourn Thursday night despite Thurmond. The Republican leader said there were indications Thurmond's operation was - "a purely isolated and solo filibuster." It was the first time the Senate had stayed in round-the-clock ses- I sion since 1953. The day's regular | sitting started at 10 a.m. so that I a 24 -hour run was guranteed when ' Thurmond went past that time and into his 14th hour. The last all-night sitting in 1953 featured a 22 -hour and 26 -minute speech by Sen. Morse (D-Ore) against the tidelands bill. Morse set an unofficial Senate record for marathon talk. RELEASED FOR SCHOOL CEDAR RAPIDS UH - Although he was sentenced to three months in jail and fined $100 for driving while his license was suspended, Bobbie Haddy, 19, will be back in high school when classes resume Sept. 3. In sentencing Haddy Wednesday, District Judge Charles Penningroth stipulated the youth would, stay in jail until school opened. Frank Hackers of Halbur Have Guests (Time* Herald Newi Service) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hacker and family of Rushmore, Minn., were overnight guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Hacker's parents, Mr. and Mr,s. Frank Hacker. Other visitors were: Mr. and Mrs, Herman Heires and daughter, Sandra of Guthrie Center, Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hacker, son, Terry Lynn, and daughter, Debby, of Ralston and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Handlos and daughter, Clara, 'of Early. Mr. and Mrs. William Preese and family of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. William Zitzlsperger and Dorothy Zitzlsperger of Willey, were Saturday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hacker. Mrs. Kate Ocken and grandson, Randy Bohnenkamp of Breda, are visiting this week in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hllbert .Koenjg. THE SCHOOL FASHION STARS ARE AT DUFFY'S MORE GOING BACK-TO-SCHOOL IN DUFFY'S SHOES DUFFY'S BOOTERY "Put famuli JM SbulU'i £Uam£" ASSIGNED IN GERMANY (Timet Herald Newt Service) TEMPLETON - Sp. 3 Otto L. Hartl of Templeton left Aug. 20 for Mannheim, Germany. Sp. 3 Hartl, previously stationed at Fort Bragg, N. C, spent a 30-day leave at home before reporting at Fort Dix. N. J., Aug. 14 and leaving from there for Germany. His new address is Sp. 3 Otto L. Hartl, R.A. 17451504, 63rd Co.,- "Dix," APO 166, New York, N. Y. Showing Now Thru Saturday at th« Carroll Outdoor & at the CARROLL Sun. - Mon. - Tues. JAMES . AUDIE STEWART MURPHY The McLalnai brothers i,. who followed Iho lur« el Ihe loaded gunl PAN DURYEA'DIANNC FOSTBt Ends Saturday At the CARROLL ... -Slum Kirk*- HaywtrdandDou^ai are having a r ^TopSecr^ Affair

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