Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 5, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 5, 1957
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Personal Paragraphs Robert Bailey of Salem, Ore., I arrived Tuesday night to join Mrs. Bailey and children, Kris-i tine, Rebecca and Robert, who have been visiting her parents, iMn and Mrs. W. J. Wichmer, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Kratoska, and family for six weeks. Mr. Bailey will ipend his vacation here, Mrs. Bailey and children returning to Salem with him in about two weeks. LaVonne Kuker will return next week to Duchesne College in Omaha. She will be a sophomore student at the Omaha college. Miss Kuker is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mathias A. Kuker of Carroll. SS. Peter & Paul's rummage sale, Sept. 20 and 21. Watch for | place. Adv. • Mn. J. C. Helder, Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal, Mrs. J. P. Minch- i en, Mrs. M. J. Kelly and Mrs.! H. W. Gnam attended the mati-1 nee performance of "My Fair Lady" in Omaha Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Bell are leaving Thursday evening by train for Greenville, Ala., where they will visit their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. James Bell, and daughter, Susan. Mr. and Mrs. Bell, who will be away for a month, also plan to take a gulf trip to Florida. Mrs. F. M. Rombough and daughter, Lynne, left Thursday for Boulder. Colo., where Lynne will enter the University of Colorado as a freshman student. They will stay overnight in Omaha with Mrs. Rombough's mother, Mrs. 0. Freeburg, and will be joined there by Marlou Speyer, formerly of Carroll, who will accompany them to Colorado. The three will visit with Sondra Rombough in Denver before proceding to Boulder, where Lynne is to report Sunday morning. Marlou Speyer will return with Mrs. Rombough as far as Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent O'Donnell and Mrs. Mayme McGary of Davenport returned home Tuesday after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. James McGrane, other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Brutsche and son, Dan, are back at their apartment in Parkview Court after spending the summer on their farm near Coon Rapids. Dan is a Kuemper High School student. Mriu Bertha Johnson returned home Wednesday night after .•«*«^iro about a month in the East. She visited her son and daughter - in • law, Dr. and Mrs. Garth Johnson, and family in Albany, N. Y., and relatives in Norwich, Conn. Mrs. Johnson also went to Lake Placid, N. Y., and Washington, D. C, flying from Washington to Omaha Wednesday. •' CD. of A. Officers Are Installed Officer's of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, were installed and plans were made for a workshop to be held here Sunday, Oct. 8, at the court's September meeting in the Knights of Columbus hall Wednesday night. Mrs. Lola Brady of Early, district deputy, installed the officers, assisted by Mrs. R. M. Moehn. Mrs. Clarence Moorman heads the unit as grand regent. * * * The workshop, at which Mrs. Anna Baxter of Dubuque, state re; gent, will be present will begin with a 12 o'clock luncheon at Hotel Burke and will be conducted in the form of a question box. Open to all Catholic Daughters, the workshop is one of two being held in Iowa. • # * A 6:30 potluck dinner preceded the meeting. Fall flowers were the table decorations. Mrs. Roy Wolterman and Mrs. Leo Kennebeck were chairmen of the hostess com* i mittee. The dodr prize went to Mrs. John Ludwig. Approximately 200 members attended the dinner and meeting. At the next meeting, Oct. 2, applications for new members will be accepted. Mrs. Anneberg Tells Wa-Tan-Ye About Tour Observations made on her European trip which are of special interest to businesswomen were described by Mrs. Paul Anneberg to members of the Carroll Wa- Tan-Ye Club, business and professional women's service organization, at a guest night meeting in the Farm Bureau building Wednesday. Mrs. Anneberg told about the cost of the tour, what the family liked the most and why, during their two-month travels in Europe this summer. Dr. and Mrs. Anne- Dinner Party Is Farewell for GlennisCampbell berg and their four children sailed from New York on the S.S. United States, the world's fastest ship, arriving at LeHavre, France, four and one-half days later. "If you are traveling by ocean liner, be sure to inquire whether or not it is air-conditioned," Mrs. Anneberg suggested, as she told how the family appreciated the air- conditioning of the "United States." * • * She related the family's tour in their Volkswagen, which awaited them at LeHavre, and in which they rode to Belgium,. Holland, Switzerland, where Dr. Anneberg attended the convention of Rotary International at Lucerne, Western Germany and the Scandinavian countries. Crossing the North Sea to Scotland, they drove through England. They came back to New 4 Tlman Harald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Sept. 5, 1957 The name "Johnnie Crapaud" sometimes is used to personify the French nation. Girls, with cosmetics, home permanents, and hair beautifiers from Lehman's you're sure to be a winner. Build Your Family's Resistance Against Asiatic Flu II Vita muis -1-12 Mtofe in ONE daily tablet! to guard your family's diet New 69 SUPER PLENAMIHS 0NLY$ 0SL * $4 7Q ONly In each Super Plenamins tablet you get MORE than your minimum daily requirement of ALL VITAMINS whose daily requirements are known, plus VITAMIN Bit, FOLIC ACID, LIVER CONCENT-RATE, and 12 IMPORTANT MINERALS, including CALCIUM. PHOSPHORUS, IRON and IODINE. LEHMAN S The Drug Store Wil r The Marquee Mrs. Albert Daeges gave a «; Yo rk on the Queen Mary, o clock dinner party at her home' northeast of Carroll Wednesday evening as a farewell for Glennis Campbell. Mrs. Anneberg described the family's visit to a country home in England, the residence dating ....... ., .... back to 1620 and built in two parts. Seated at the dining table with; She c i assi n ec | the owner of tne Social Calendar Thursday- Lutheran Ladies Aid Society, Church parlors. Beulah Country Club, Beulah Osborne. . Rainbow Girls, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Friday- County meeting, American Legion Auxiliary, Manning. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Country Club. Monday- Trinity Guild, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. Carroll Council of Catholic Nurs- j Schools" appearing in "Presbyter es, 8 p.m., Nurses Home. ! ian Life" magazine. •_ Presbyterian Circles Begin Fall Meetings The circles of the Presbyterian Women's Organization began their fall series of meetings in five different homes Wednesday. Each circle studied the same topic, "Sickness and Health." Dessert and coffee were served, preceding the study hour. * • * Mrs. W. H. Schnable, and Mrs. Henry Hoff entertained Circle I at Mrs. Schnable's home. Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman was the leasson and devotional Ue a d e r. Mrs. Don White supplemented the program with a report in an article, "The Church and the Public Glennis and Mrs. Daeges' daugh ter. Karen, were Kit Weaver, Bethany Anneberg, Kathy L e h- man, JoAnn Ohde and Laurette 225-acre farm as a "gentleman" farmer. She also told of the family's stay Leffingwell. The group presented j « hotel \ n . Norway which they Glennis with a parting gift. 1 ,ked ,'" f ar £ cu " ^^j 1 Tl . ,, completely English, with English Games and dancing followed the speaking help at lne deski in the " inner " | dining room and in the quarters. * * * | * * * Glennis is a daughter of Mr. and 1 Although she liked all the coun- Mrs. M. M. Campbell who are;tries visited, Norway was Mrs. W. S. C. S. Meets in New Fellowship Hall moving to Los Gatos, Calif. Miss Florencourt Returns from Music Session at Boys Town Miss Louise Florencourt is back from Boys Town, Neb., where she attended the fifth annual Liturgical Music Workshop under the direction of the Rev. Francis J. Schmitt, who is also director of the Boys Town Choir. Approximately 130 students represented 18 states. The workshop opened officially with a solemn high mass at Dowd Memorial Chapel of Our Lady Immaculate, offered by the Rt. Rev. Nicholas H. Wegner, director of Boys Town. The mass was sung by the Boys Town choir. Miss Florencourt attended master classes and took private instruction. Instructors were Roger Wagner, (Wagner Chorale), Los Apgeles, Calif.; Flor Peeters, Malines, Belgium, renowned Belgian organist and composer, who also gave an organ recital at the First Methodist Church in Omaha; the Rev. Elmer Pfeil, St. Francis j Seminary, Milwaukee; the Rev. 1 1 Richard Schuler, St. Thomas Col- tlege, St. Paul; Dr. Eugene Sel- j horst, Eastman School of Music; Dr. Paul Koch, St. Paul's Cathedral, Pittsburgh, Pa.; and Sr. Mary Theophane. O.S.F.. Mt. AI- j verno College, Milwaukee. Two major works were studied. One was a mass in honor of St. | Bernard by Alexander Peloquin, which was sung by the students I Aug. 23 at a solemn high mass and was directed by the composer. A mass in honor of St. Joannes Baptistae by Flor Peeters was sung by the students, accompanied by the composer "and conducted by Roger Wagner at a pontifical mass celebrated by Archbishop Bergqn Aug. 30. The proper of the mass was studied under Dom Erwin Vitry, O.S.B., and directed |by him. Anneberg's favorite, because the people are very friendly, the country is clean, with no question about what one is eating, and the people are very industrious. Another reason for the Anne- bergs' fondness of Norway is its scenic aspect, which "overwhelmed" them with the grandeur of the mountains and the fjords. Mrs. Anneberg said the design of the Norwegian arts, including furniture and china is "so pleasing to the eye." . She said she was also impressed with the industriousness of the Danes. The Annebergs were entertained in two homes in Denmark. The Annebergs were entertained in two homes in Denmark. Mrs. Anneberg said she had been questioned as to whether one should have reservations or go "on one's own" while touring Europe. Their family did half and half, going by reservation in the large cities and "taking potluck" in the other places. The only countries in which they saw much evidence of the war were in northern France and Belgium, where the people seem to have "lost their spark" and the women The first fall meeting of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service was held in fellowship hall of the new church on North Adams Street Wednesday afternoon, with the group beginning the study of the year's topic, "The March of Missions." » Mrs. Richard Meridith, Mrs. Eugene Osborne and Mrs. Robert Millender, presented the program on "The Geographical March of Mrs. G. Smith Thomas was hostess to Circle II at her home. The lesson and devotional service were given by Mrs. Walter <E. Schiel, a member-at-large. * * * Circle III was entertained by Mrs. Robert Hichardson at her home. Mrs. Paul Anneberg. a member- at-large, presented the lesson and Bible study. A guest in addition to Mrs. Anneberg was Mrs. Doran Brogden, also a member-at-large. * • * Members of Circle IV were guests of Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg at her home. Mrs. Clyde Carlson gave tha lesson and devotional service. * * * Circle V, the evening group v waa entertained in the home of Mrs. Clyde Cassfli, whose co - hostess was Mrs. M. J. Hall. Mrs. Robert Everett was the lesson and devotional leader. * * * The organization's general meeting will • be held in the church undercroft Sept. 18. At 3:30 p.m. Sunday, September 22, the organization will hold a reception for the public school faculty members in the undercroft. Sept. 27 is the date of the Fort Committees Named for Altar Society Missions," with each one giving a | portion. The opening devotional service j was conducted by Mrs. Ivan C. Bys. * * * In the business session. Wednes- j Dodge Presbyterial fall rally in day, Nov. 13, was set as the date j Jefferson. of the WSCS bazaar, to be held in j The local organization is invited the new church under chairman- j by the Glidden Presbyterian wom- ship of Mrs. V. Stuart Perry and \ e n to attend a meeting in the Glid- Mrs. Max H. Reed. i den church Oct. 3. . Sept. 25 was announced as the date of the WSCS fall seminar at Churdan. Mrs. Bert Lockhart, president, conducted the business meeting. * * * During the social hour, coffee was served by Unit 1 of Grace Circle. Mrs. Paul Van Pelt and Mrs. Frank Hoffmann poured at a Committee appointments for a I table decorated with a centerpiece six-month term of the Altar So- j of lavender dahlias. Henry Riesenbergs' [35th Anniversary (Timet B«r«ld N«ws Service) HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riesenberg were given a surprise (on their 35th wedding anniversary when neighbors gathered in their I home Thursday. The evening was spent playing cards, after which lunch, which the guests brought, i was served. Participants included: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eischeid, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hausman, Mr. and II Mrs. Clarence Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. John Buelt, Charles Eich, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Eich, Mr. and Mrs. "irvln Riesberg. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rupiper, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Rieaenberg, and Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Riesberg. have aged beyond their years. * * * At the conclusion of her informal talk, Mrs. Anneberg showed articles she had brought back from some of the countries visited, including a ring from Switzerland, where she said "jewelry is a good buy," handkerchiefs from Belgium, a table runner, apron and egg cups from Norway, straw Christmas tree ornaments from Denmark, a music box from Switzerland, and other souvenirs. She also displayed albums filled with pictures that Dr. Anneberg, David and Bethany had taken, a book in which Bethany had mounted currency from the different countries and also a diary, as each one of the children kept a diary day by day. Mrs. Anneberg was introduced by Mrs. Guy Raridon. Guests in addition to the speaker were Mrs. Paul Peters, Mrs. Edna G. Collins, Mrs. Arnold Witt, Miss Caroline Rogers and Miss Mayme Kloth. * * * In the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. J. C, Schwarzenbach, president, Mrs. Schwarzenbach and Mrs. Raridon were elected delegates to the 32nd annual convention of the Associations of Wa-Tan-Ye Clubs, Inc., at Estherville Oct. 11, 12 and 13. Named as alternates were Miss Ethel Forrest and Mrs. C. R, Thomas. Miss Luclle Buchanan displayed the third layette which club members have made as a gift for a deserving family. Two layettes have been presented. * * * Preceding the opening of the meeting, cake and coffee were served by Mrs. Vernon Popp and Miss Myrtle Walden. hostesses. A bouquet of snapdragons decorated the T-shaped tables. Thursday night, Sept. 19', the Carroll Club will join the Sac City Wa-Tan-Ye Club in an inter-city meeting at Hotel Burke here. ciety of St. Francis parish, Maple River, are announced by Mrs. Lawrence J. Wittry, president of the society. The committees, starting with November and ending in July, are;- November Mrs. Robert Glass, Mrs. Walter Staiert, Mrs. Lawrence Henrich, and Mrs. Al Heinrichs, chairmen; Mrs. John Brandl, Mrs. Linus Eischeid, Mrs. Ed Haubrich, Mrs. Joe Loneman, Mrs. John Beyerink. Mrs. Bernadine Willeke, Mary Kokenge and Rose Kokenge. December (Christmas Party) Mrs. Lawrence J. Wittry, Mrs. Elmer Schroer and Mrs. Ray Pille. January The meeting was attended by approximately 45 members. * * * Women's Club,Arcadia Opens Year (Timet Herald News Service) ARCADIA — Arcadia Women's Club, a federated group, held its first meeting of the new year at the home of Mrs. Elmer Behneman The next general meeting will be j Tuesda y even ' ng \ u Fa " 1°*? " 1 were arranged throughout the Wednesday, Oct. 2. Lutheran Aid At Lidderdale Elects Officers (Times Herald are** service) LIDDERDALE - Lutheran! Ladies Aid at Lidderdale held its j regular meeting and election Wed-! son, with Mrs. Denis Leiting at the house. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Walter Lussman. Other officers are: vice president, Mrs. Denis Leiting; secretary, Mrs. Bill Nobiling, and treasurer, Mrs. Walter Liechti. The flag pledge was given by the group. * * * The club collect was sung in uni- nesday. piano. The meeting was opened by sing-! Roll call, "Why Can't I Speak ing a hymn. The president read i Publicly?" was answered by nine », vlnnor Mr. : scripture followed by prayer. (members. Mrs. Clifford Peters Mrs Cyril Venner Mrs. Ed Harmening was elected \ Joined the club as a new member. Staiert. Helen Bromert an*Mary, Mrs Arnold Hermsen. ch«irmen M««*ret| Bromert. Mrs. Leonard Sanders. | Thg nomJnat}ng commlttee for 1958 will be Mrs. Laverdos Onken, Mrs. Joe Meyer, Mrs. F. C. Hen rich, Mrs. Herman Lohman, Mrs.. Al Heinrichs, Mrs. Joe Schrad and 1 Mrs ' ch " s Wenck and Mrs - Arnol( J Mrs. Henry Pawletzki March Mrs. Ted Reiling, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen. Mrs. Maurice Julich and Mrs. Daniel Halbur, chairmen; Mrs. Ed Timmerman, Mrs. Henry Bierl, Mrs. Al Kraus, Mrs. Steve Loew, Mrs. Francis Zimmerman, Pat Beyerink and Lena and Carrie Pawletzki. May Mrs. Ed Tigges, Mrs. Albin Venner, Mrs. Paul Ocken and Mrs. Andrew Riesberg, chairmen; Mrs. Joe Bruening, Mrs. John Staiert, Mrs. Ben Schroeder, Mrs. Ann Schrad, Mrs. Ed Leiting, Mrs. Joe Gross and Mrs. Nick Wittry. July (Picnic) Mrs. Alvin Bellinghausen, Mrs. Ray Brincks, Mrs. Lawrence Loneman and Mrs. La Verne Hoffman, chairmen;' Mrs. Joe Tegels, Mrs. Frank Broich, Mrs. Clem Tigges and Mrs. John Sanders. Sporleder. Mrs. Elsie Wenck and Mrs. A. L. Grundmeier was a Mrs. Otto guest. * • * Christine Mess was appointed towel chairman. Mrs. Grover Evers is legislation chairman. The new year books were dis- Daenzer were appointed to serve j ributed and discussed. as the visiting committee for one year. The society made plans to hold an annual oyster supper, the date to be set later. Following the business meeting, lunch was served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hills and Dr. and Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman at- An invitation to the Lutheran ! tended the matinee performance of Diana Soppe's Grandparents Give A Dinner for Her (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM - Mr. and Mrs. Hen ry Bekehermes gave a dinner par ty for their granddaughter, Diana Soppe, who has entered the Iowa School for the Deaf in Council Bluffs. Attending with Mr. and Mrs. Bill Soppe, Diana and Lota Kay, were Mr. and Mrs. Law rence Soppe, Susan, David, Vernon and Cynthia, Mr. and Mrs Tony Riesberg, Gary and Sandra Riesberg and Julia Wiskus., The party also celebrated the first birthday of Sandra Riesberg, granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs Bekehermes. Women's Missionary League fall rally at Audubon Sept. 25 was read. The meeting closed with the Lord's Prayer. Ice cream and cake were served. Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. MAYOR OF NEW YORK! BEAU JAMES BOB HOPEVERA MILES PAUL DOUGLAS ALDUS SMITH-DARREN McGAVIN Evenings at 7:00 & 9:05 P. M. CARROLL "My Fair Lady" in the Music Hall of the new Omaha auditorium Wednesday afternoon and heard Carmen Cavallero at Angelo's Studio Inn, Omaha, Wednesday evening, Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. YOU* tYIS HAVt mm OPINIO WfDfff WITH -JV TIMOR AND ^ ixanmmi Open 7:00 P. M. First Show it Dusk! Close at 9:30 P. M. CARROLL OUTDOOR mi Aim Limit 1 to • Cuitomtr Regular 49c valu«| U<* for amdy. - h«rbt, ipiesi, bath ialH, cotton, or | at dscorotlvf piece on thelf ar coffee | toble, Populor 20 at. »•*• — I f Inchot high to top of eov»r. AN r glait with 22 karat geld and whit* } modsrn loaf doilgn. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE ; C. W. NICOU Owner Enter— The Autumn Bride . . , enchanting In a traditional gown of French leee end nylon tulle over lustrous satin. Billowing beruffied skirt. Many, m»ny beautiful Bridal Fashions at Broughton's. We do custom work for flower girls and other wee members of the bridal party. PINK SHOP on 5TH Carroll, |«wa

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