Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 30, 1957 · Page 3
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 30, 1957
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Birthday Courtesy for Mrs. J. W.Wilson Mrs.- Lambert Winnike, Mrs. B. B. Lehman and Mrs. Carl fcauerle were hostesses to 10 guests at a 3:30 coffee in Mrs. Winnike's home Thursday afternoon, as a birthday courtesy for Mrs. James W. Wilson. The table was decorated with a bouquet of cosmos. * Mrs. Wilson received birthday gifts from the hostesses and guests. Eastern Star To Meet Monday Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the. Eastern Star, which has been vacationing since June, will meet at 8 o'clock Monday night, Sept. 2, in the chapter room of the Masonic Temple. Lunch will be served under chairmanship of Mrs. Eugene Osborne. Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Prank E. Knutzen Jr. and children, Frank III and David, are back from Hinsdale, 111., where they visited Mr. Knutzen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fi E. Knutzen Sr., for about 10 days. They returned with Mrs. Knutzen's father, E. P. Everhard of Naples, Fla., who is visiting them. He spent the summer at Hinsdale, his former home. Mr. Knutzen, a major in the U. S. Army Reserve, is coming home Saturday night from Camp McCoy, Wis,, where he has been in summer camp for two weeks. Mrs. Bates Entertains for Visitors Here Mrs. W. E. Bates entertained a Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cavanaugh and daughter, Kay, left Friday noon to be at their summer home on Eagle Point, Lake Okoboji, until Labor Day. After spending the summer at the lake, they returned home Tuesday, accompanied by Mrs. Cavanaugh's mother, Mrs. Harley Sebern of Glidden, who had been with them the last two weeks. Mrs. Bruce Harriott and daughter, Lyndra, of Churdan, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harriott Thursday afternoon. Helen Rawhouser of Des Moines is coming Friday evening to be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs H. C. Rawhouser, until Monday afternoon. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Aug. 30, \9&7 Mrs. Dick Sorensen Entertains Friends At a Dinner Party Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Freuden jfew friends at a 3 o'clock coffee j berg of Norfolk, Neb., and Mr. in her home Thursday afternoon. | and Mrs. DeForrest Johnson of Honored were Mrs. B. V. Mc- 1 Newman Grove, Neb., visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann and family Wednesday. M r s. Johnson is Mrs. Sundermann's sister and Mr. Freudenberg is Mr. Sundermann's cousin. Kinney of Northridge, Calif., and Mrs. Don R. Anderson of Verona, Pa., each of whom received a gift | from her hostess. * * * The table was decorated with a centerpiece of yellow zinnias. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and Mrs. Richard Sorensen entertained five of her co-workers of the Carroll County State Bank at; children, Sally and Jeffrey Louis, a spaghetti dinner in her home, I are visiting Mr. Anderson's par- 1212 North Court Street, Thurs-1 en t St Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Anday. The evening, spent socially.! ,j erson . Mrs. McKinney and son, was concluded with the serving oi.Mark, are visiting her mother, lunch. I Mrs. W. L. McConkie. Guests were Mrs. Earl Boes, Norma Bromert, Phyllis Drees, Esther Feld and Clarise Ortner. Mrs. Frank Eischeid Of Halbur Entertains For Small Grandson (Times Hernld New* Service) HALBUR — Mrs. Frank Eischeid gave a pre-birthday party at her home here Thursday afternoon for her grandson, Danny Assmann of Buena Park, Calif., Calif., who will be three years old in November. Also honored was a neighbor boy, Randy Koenig, whose birthday was Wednesday. The other children attending were Kim Potthoff, Genie Neppl, Kevin and Maureen Heinrichs, Michael Koenig, Kevin and Doug Eischeid and Arlene, Leon and Janie Naberhaus. The mothers of the youngsters were also present. * * * A birthday lunch was served and favors were given to the children. Doris Assmann and Hazel Koenig assisted Mrs. Eischeid. Danny and Randy received birthday gifts. Ruth Clements Honored at Coffee Miss Ruth Clements of New York City, who is vacationing here, was honored at a coffee given by Mrs. Wayne Harriott at her home Thursday morning. Other guests were Miss Clements' mother, Mrs. John Clements, Mrs. L. L. Akin, Mrs. C. R. Thomas and Mrs. John C. Schumacher. Mrs. Harriott presented Miss Clements with a gift. Week's Sewing Buy Printed Pattern u St. Lawrence rummage sale, Central Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m. Sept. 7. 9:00 a.m. For pickups call 9943 or 2559. Adv. Mary Winnike, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Winnike, is home from Grand Marais, Minn., where she was employed at Cascade Lodge during the summer. She will return September 11 to Iowa State College, Ames, where she will be a sophomore. To Attend . Wedding of Joan Redman Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Roberts will attend the wedding of Joan Redman to Richard Boyce in the Lutheran Church at Nevada Saturday afternoon. Miss Redman is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Redman of Nevada, formerly of Glidden, and granddaughter of Mrs. Roberts' brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Redman of Glidden, who will also be wedding guests. Mr. and Mrs. Roberts are leav- J . > —• ing Friday for Nevada, where | r-*. Hi. J. they will be entertained at the j Dinner rOTty Ql bridal dinner Friday evening. * * * The couple will live in Minneapolis, Minn., where Miss Redman works for the Pillsbury Mills television program. Her fiance will attend the law school of the University of Minnesota for two years. Miss Redman and Mr. Boyce are graduates of Iowa State College, Ames. Monday— | Roger Campbell. Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic j T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Frank Baker. Temple. I Wednesday- Family night, Carroll Country ] Methodist WSCS, church parlors. Club Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society. SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium. Senior Immaculate Guild potluck dinner, St. Joseph's hall. Women golfers' handicap tournament, Country Club. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Mrs. Presbyterian Church Circles: 1- Mrs. William H. Schnable; 2 Mrs. G. Smith Thomas; 3—Mrs. -Robert Richardson; 4 — Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; 5—Mrs. Clyde Cassill. Catholic Daughters, K. of C. hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club, 7:30 p.m., Farm Bureau building. Mrs. William Swan of Upland, Calif., will arrive Friday night to attend the wedding of her sister, Jeanne Humphrey, and John C. MacAlpine Jr. of Ames, at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon in the First Presbyterian Church here. Mrs. Swan will visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Humphrey, until the middle of September. Another guest of Mr. and Mrs. Hum phrey is his sister, Mrs. Charles Perry of Bloomington, 111., who arrived Tuesday. NEAL SHARP AND BRIDE . . . Mary Lou McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCormack of Fort Dodge, and A. Neal Sharp, son of Mrs. Telford Anson and C. Leonard Sharp of Carroll, were married August 17 at Corpus Christi Church, Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp, who went to Colorado on their wedding trip, will live in Waterloo, where he is an X-ray technician at the Allen Memorial Hospital. Mrs. Sharp has been an office worker at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Fort Dodge. Merrill Rogers' Home Honors 2 Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers entertained at a buffet dinner in their North West Street home Thursday night honoring Ruth Clements, who is visiting here from New York City, and George Holland, whose birthday occurred Thursday. A decorated birthday cake centered the buffet, table. Guests were seated at small tables decorated with figurines. An original poem for Mr. Holland's birthday was read by Wilma Mohler. Beginners Crochet Raps Firing of Four Hostesses Give Party for Gloria B I u m I (TlmM Herald New* Swire) HALBUR - Mrs. Donald Riesberg, Mrs. Harold Riesberg and, •• • • Charlene and Phyllis Riesberg j ElCIGrlV H I T I 11 Q honored Gloria Bluml, September i r »' ^ , , , # bride-elect at a miscellaneous Qf Ex-CrimilialS shower in Mrs. Donald Riesberg s j home Thursday night. j DES MOINES WV -L. L. Jurge- Traveting bingo and other 1 meyer. Republican state chair- games were plaved. Special priz-1 man, said Thursday he disagrees es were awarded to Mrs. Elmer j with current procedures of the Dalhoff, Diane Wittrock. Mary; hiring and firing of employes m Ann Neppl and Lois Riesberg. j state liquor stores. The bride-elect received a plate; ,j U rgemeyer said that under the P rize ' Democratic majority in the stale * * * I Liquor Control Commission "an Guests besides those named i 0 id er employe, no matter how were Mrs. Jack Thein. Mrs. Jack ; honest, loyal or competent, can- Fleskes, Marilyn Masching, Dar- j not hold a position in the liquor lene Herbers and Cathy Booth,! s t ore system." Employes past the Carroll; Mrs. Frank Bluml and | retirement age are being replaced. Mrs. Lawrence Riesberg. mothers High School Class Honors Two Members Phyllis Bruch and Norma Jean Wiederin, who will leave September 7 to enter St. Rose Convent at LaCrosse, Wis., were entertained by their classmates in the class of 1955, Our Lady of Mt. Carmei High School, at a farewell.rjotlufek supper Wednesday night in Northwest City Park, Carroll. Farewell gifts were presented to each of the guests of honor. Classmates in the group were L e o.n Wernimont.Leon Baumhover, Rollin Tiefenthaler, John Lenz, Ralph Loeffelholtz, Marvin Thobe, Kathryn Vonnahme, Mr. and Mrs. William Baumhover, Janice Rutten and Louis Wittry. An additional participant was Janice Knobbe. Rainbow Girls Resume Activities Following Vacation | 0 f the prospective bride and _ „ . ., ,. J groom, Mrs. Warren Heinen, Mrs. Following the summer vacation , | ob p tth ff Mrs LeRoy Hein- Carroll Rainbow Girls resumed 1 their meetings in the assembly Lois Wohlenberg of Des Moines (room of the Masonic Temple is coming Friday evening to spend the weekend with her parents Mr. and Mrs. J and other relatives Thursday night. richs, Pat Heithoff, Virginia Riesberg and Sharon Bluml, Halbur. After the bride-elect had opened ! her gifts, lunch was served. An ar- C Wohlenberg I f BuSi " eSS ° f th , e laSt ^; m0 ? h i rangement of garden flowers dec- C. wohlenberg. iterm was wound up , Wlth Sandra | oratfced tne din f ng table * * * Salsbury, worthy adviser, presid ing Floyd Wilkens, who spent the ; summer with his parents, Mr. and: Officers for the new term will will be married Sept. 14 at St Mrs* John L. Wilkens, left Friday I be elected at a regular meeting \ Augustine's Church here. for Des Moines, where he will be i Thursday night, Sept. 5, in the . _ a junior at Drake University this j temple. year. A member of the univer-l sity's football team, he returned! .«» , r \LL' • early for practice |v *Oad TO UtrlCiate Beginners, take notice—you can make a few of these squares in a , . „ . . : day. Quickly memorized, quick to The chairman, in a prepared; crochet. statement, commented on a state ment by Commissioner C. J. Burns, Maquoketa Democrat, who said an applicant for a liquor store job is not necessarily barred because he has committed an offense at some time. Burris. in charge of personnel in the 180 state liquor stores, said Pattern 7252: Sixteen 5'4-lnch squares make a 22-lnch TV cover In bedspread cotton. Beginners crochet; directions. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168. Old Chelsea Station, New VorVc 11. N. Y. Print plalnlv Name, Address, Zone, Pattern N'uraber, Size. . . . . . i A bonus tor our readers two the commission recently hired two • FREE patterns, printed in our Miss Bluml and puane Riesberg I persons ^hose records ,ii w n —c«„ ( IA ,f j, quor ant j gambling law offenses i to order—crochet, knitting, em- sovpral vpars nun 1 broidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls, several years ago. s otners Send 25 cents for your copy ' of this needlecraft book—now! Mrs. Ward Byerly of Milwaukee, Wis., arrived Friday morning to j be with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith, until Tuesday evening. Cub Scout Pack And Families Meet for a Picnic At Sister's Wedding Two from Area in Scholarship Program Jurgemeyer said he has "no quarrel with the rehabilitation of former criminals, though I do wonder about the advisability of , T , , . , . usin S former bootleggers, gam- AMES. Iowa-Undergraduates in j biers and drunken drivers in liq- mechanical engineering will share U or stores or otherwise -.onnected - The first i * 6 > 7S0 m scholarships during the \ with the liquor commission. to b e per-; next academic year at Iowa State; „ Yet h tWs the The desk set's favorite style for .school! Mom's favorite, too—a prln- Mr. and Mrs. Matt Neppel and' cess that's a real sew-easv! Make children Trait* ViVUi Tn Pafhv two versions with our Printed Pat- ennaren, v,raig, yiciu JO, oatny ; e rn—one with a collar, one with are | a simple-but-smart square neckline! Printed Pattern 9119: Clilld's Sizes 2, 4, 6. 8. "10. Size 6 takes 2% yards 35-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTT 'CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dallv Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYI.E NUMBER. . Ann, Becky and Ronnie, moving Saturday from 815 North Carroll Street to 1108 North Court Street. Showing Now Thru Saturday at the Carroll Outdoor & at the C ARROLI Sun. - Mon. - Tues. JAMES . AUD1E STEWART MURPHY The MeLalne brothers..* who followed the lure of the loaded gun I NIGHT PASSAGE „„»„,.« «CH»I«AN1A DAN DURYEA'MANNE FOSTEK Ends Saturday At the CARROLL... Susan™ ——Kirk' Hayward and Douglas b are having* , [bp Secret;^ Afflrtn A family picnic of Cub Scout Pack No. 100, sponsored by the Holy Name Society of SS. Peter and Paul's parish, was held Thursday evening at the Southside, Park, with the Scouts attending \ gasman s parents, practically 100 per cent. Games for the boys preceded the picnic supper. WASHINGTON W wedding ceremony __ , formed by Rep. Coad (D-lowa) j College. since he came to Congress last j Among those holding scholar- j said. "Perhaps the saddest re- January will be strictly a family; s hi ps and studying in the field of j flection is that apparently while aff air - j mechanical engineering at Iowa! such crimes are forgiveable, the Coad, who also is a minister, j state ^ be Walter Earhart of j crime of growing old is unforgive- ' Glidden and Dallas D. Laumbach I able." of Lake City. Iowa companies contributing- to these scholarships include Rath Packing Company, Waterloo, Al- loSva Group to Begin Investigation DES MOINES iff) - The Iowa Legislative Investigation Committee was set Friday to investigate matters for which it was created— Sharon Bilsten, John A. Kirk Wed in Denison (Time* Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE — In a 10 a.m. service at Denison Monday the wedding of Sharon Lou Bilsten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bilsten Sr., to John Allen Kirk, son of Mrs. Delphine Kirk and the late Allen Kirk of Denison, took place. The Rev. Fr. Casey officiated at the single ring ceremony. The bride wore a blue street- length dress in off-the-shoulder style extending into a V-back, and black accessories. She had a pink rosebud corsage. * * * Marcia Wilken, friend of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a changeable blue street - length dress, accented with beige accessories, and corsage of pink rosebuds. The bridegroom was attended by Anthony Kirk. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Bilsten chose a black checked dress with beige accessories. Mrs. Kirk wore a beige dress with black accessories. Both had corsages of pink rosebuds. * * * , A reception was held at 2 o'clock in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bilsten. The bridal table was centered with a three-tiered cake trimmed with tiny blue bells. The ice cream featured blue bells on each serving. Mrs. Eugene Ettreim of Des Moines, sister of the bride, and Mrs. Ralph Bilsten Jr., sister-in- law of the bride, were dining room hostesses. Mrs. Fred Neuman of Denison, aunt of the bride and Mrs. Paul Campbell, friend of the couple, assisted at the reception. * * * will read the vows Sunday at the marriage of his younger sister in Auburn, Neb. The marriage of Miss Barbara Coad and Richard Whitman will ! saddest reflection," Jurgemeyer j jhat of political campaigns "and elections. Committee Chairman Clark McNeal (R-Belmond) said after a four-hour planning session Thursday the next meeting would deal Burris said, "If a man has come j with some phase of the elections back and done right, I don't care i laws take place at the Christian Church i coa, Davenport, and Fisher Foun- in Auburn, the home of the. con- 1 dation, Marshalltown. Other com: panies are Gardner-Denver Com- DES MOINES IB— Sales of new Coad was pastor of the Boone, j P an y- Quincy, 111., Morse Founda Iowa, Christian Church before he i tlon - Chicago. 111.. National Car was elected to Congress. He said ! bo ". Cleveland, Ohio Trane Com- 1 motor hi d • Iowa durl ng ; «-«... »u H «c-.». had double- 1 Paw La Crosse. Wis., and Crane j JuIv were nearly 2 ^ mi ,linn i . taken U P » the matter of contn 1 Company, Chicago, IU. 1 what he's done in the past." July Auto Sales Up by 10 Per Cent "We aren't ready to announce yet what we are going to examine first," Rep. McNeal said. The date of the next meeting was not announced, but McNeal said there was a possibility it might be an open hearing. He said an important item to be dollars greater than in July ofl^SSS^^ In addition, many industrial 1 1956, a State Tax Commission re- j su f f ea ]™ t J Union oE^ firms in Iowa and in neighboring port showed Thursday. This was a | centl Mi( j unio „ funds were con . states have indicated their willing-; gain of about 10 per cent in aol- j tributed to Dernocratic Gov , He r- ness to cooperate with the Iowa J lar volume of gross sales. j scne j Loveless 1 successful Rep. Weaver (R-Neb) checked with Nebraska's attorney general to be sure it was permissible for him to perform the ceremony. "I practiced the ceremony before going to sleep the other I State College department of me- j The 2 per cent use tax collec-; paign last year ThVVoTernor"has d, "to be sure I j chanical engineering in a five j tions of $518,282 last month reflect-: denied anv knowledee of the con- Dancing at the Storline Saturday, Aug. 31 By Popular Demand Earl Russell and HI. Orchestra Monday, Sept. 2 Labor Day Dance Bobby Lindeman and His Orchestra B .neflt—Auburn NO DANCE TUESDAY SEPT. 3 Gary Sundermann Has P,a rty on His Ninth Birthday Gary Sundermann' celebrated his ninth birthday at a party given by his mother, Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann, at their home Thursday afternoon. After playing games in the recreation room, Gary's brother,! CLINTON - Sr. Mary Flavia J enabirthe"^ Ron, took the boys outside for j Launderville, OSF, a native of! se]f throueh the last three vears' l 3 . 1 ,'."!. appr0Ximately 23% m "h° n i HOSPITAL DEADLINE cam- night," Coad said, remembered it after eight months in Congress.' HONOR TEACHER baseball. Prizes were given in the j Vail, was honored at St. Patrick; 0 ( t ne program, Black said games. ! parish, Clinton. Sunday, for 25 j Later, the birthday cake and | yf, a ^J , ^**? c ^|"?_ a | ; ..'|) e _^! 1 ^;_^ I RETURN FROM PARLEY denied any knowledge of the con- year work-study program, accord-i e d approximately $25,900,000 worth j tribution. ing to Henry M. Black, head of the ! 0 f business in new motor vehicles, j The committee recently corn- department. Such programs pro-' In July o{ 1956 the use tax co i. j p [ etec j an investigation of the Iowa vide valuable experience to the I | ect j ons on new vehicles totaled! Highway Commission, undergraduate engineer and also j $470,000, reflecting transactions to- j self through the last three years ; dollars ice cream were served in the rec-! ? olemn high mass was celebrated reation room by Mrs. Sundermann, assisted by Mrs. Merlin Jons. Hats were the party favors. The children were Ricky Wittkopp, Lee Anneberg, Paul Thielking, Corey Minnich, Donnie Albertson, Dennis Merritt, Edward Rungee, Leo Collison and Gary's cousins, Tommy and Vicki Jons. Gary received birthday gifts. in the morning and a reception held in the afternoon. Sr. Flavin; helped pioneer the teacher training program at Mount St. Clare College where she is a member of the faculty. She holds a master's degree from (Jreighton University, Omaha, and a master's from the University of Nebraska, Lincoln The bride is a graduate of the Ar-We-Va High School with the class of 1957. The bridegroom is a graduate of the Denison High School. He has served in the armed forces, spending considerable time overseas. He is now employed by the Bell Telephone Company at Rose Mead, Calif. Monday afternoon, the couple left on their wedding trip which will take them to their new home in Rose Mead. En route they wiU \isit in the home of Mrs. Kirk's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Billbe, in Kansas. HAS EYE INFECTION Robert Leo Vonnahme, 8-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin A. Vonnahme of Templeton, was brought to St. Anthony Hospital Thursday when infection developed in an eye which he injured with a screw driver several days ago. He was reported as improving Friday. RESUME SUNDAY VAIL — The girls softball tournament, which was postponed last j 27 to make application for federal Dr. A. Reas Anneberg and Rev. Walter E. Schiel returned Thurs- : Sunday evening, will be played • grants under this year's alloca day night from a two-day confer- j Sunday evening. Sept. 1. In the fi-jtion. ence of medical and spiritual lead- nal games Battle Creek will meet I Iowa receives about two million ers at Wartburg College, Waverly. I Lake v *ew at 7:30 and Schaller j dollars a year in federal funds to More than 200 physicians and! and Vail P lay at 9 o'clock at the j encourage construction of hospi- ministers from seven midwestern j Vail park. • tals. attended ^_____ DES MOINES UP - The Iowa Health Department Friday reminded sponsors of hospital build-, ing projects they have until Sept. I his father during surgery, has returned to his home at Clarion. MAJOR SURGERY C. H. Clark is a patient on the fourth floor of the Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. He underwent major surgery Wednesday morning. Mrs. Clark returned home from Des Moines Thursday night. Charles Clark, who was also with Dr, and Mrs. J. M. Tierney and family returned Wednesday night from a two-week vacation trip to Yellowstone and Teton National Parks and Colorado Springs, Colo. states attended the conference which was devoted to discussions For the first semester of this year 1 of human ills both physical and Two Bridal Showers Fete Janice Gobeli, August Bride-Elect (Time* Herald New* S«rv1e«> LAKE CITY — Janice Gobeli, whose marriage to Brian Croson of Lake City takes place Saturday evening, August 31, has been honored at two miscellaneous showers. Mrs. John O'Mtara entertained, with-Mrs. Paul O'Mara as co- hostess'. Gifts were arranged on a table centered with an orchid and white umbrella. Traveling bingo was the entertainment. Each guest brought a recipe for the bride- elect's file. The second shower was Tuesday evening, August 27, at Woodlawn Christian Church with Mrs. Fred I Brown, Doris Mclntire and Carol ' Clarkin as hostesses. A bride-doll I and orchid and white streamers decorated the gift table. The entertainment was court whist. At each shower, a tray Munch was served. ' she has been given a leave of ab sence to continue working for her doctor of philosophy degree at the spiritual. Keynote speaker was Dr. William E. Hulme. professor of pastoral theology and pastoral State University of Iowa, Iowa; counseling at Wartburg Theologi- City. i cal Seminary. CLOSE LABOR DAY (Time* HerHd New» Serrt»e) MANNING -Manning business houses and the public school will close on Monday, Segt. 3, Labor Day, How to Shine at School You're slated for lots of admiration when you let us clean your school-bound wardrobe! We give everything that "bandbox" look of freshness and sparkle! Use Our Drive- in Service Save 10% CLEANERS and LAUNDERERS Arcadia's Annual Labor Day CELEBRATION ARCADIA, IOWA Monday, Sept. 2 Starting at 5:00 p. m. Concessions and Entertainment Kiddie Rides & Ferris Wheel Train - Airplane Ride - Pony Rides FREE DANCE LEGION BALLROOM J j^^^f IB E IM L*«A^ IR, E AND HIS ORCHESTRA Sponsored by Arcadia Fire Department and American Legion Poet

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