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New Iowa Nursing Home Law to Become Partially Elective Soon; Weeks Late and Under Cloudi By DWICBT MCCORMACK DES MOINES (JR — Iowa's new nursing home law is expected to become partially effective soon, although the start-off will be about rwo months late and under a number of clouds. Stale Fire Marshal E. J. Herron said Saturday he anticipates the attorney general's office will approve within the next couple of weeks an extensive set of- fire safety rules governing nursing and custodial homes. Licensing Rules F. W. Pickworth, director of the State Health Department's hospital services division, said the department hopes to put into practice soon a set of licensing rules. Both the fire safety and the licensing rules are required under an act of' the 1957 Legislature which became law July 4. The fire marshal's office and the department were charged with re- U.S. Beauties Vie Tonight For Crown ATLANTIC CITY, N. J. MV- Fifty-one beauties are primping for the ball tonight" where one of them will be crowned Miss America 1958. The nation's queen of talent and beauty will step forward to the stage of a crowded Convention Hall to receive the crown to be surrendered by the present Miss America, Marian Ann McKnight of Manning, S. C. The 1Q/semifinalists will be announced first. Soon, the field will be narrowed to five and then the week • long beauty contest will reach its climax when the girl judged the most talented and beautiful in the land will step forward to be crowned. The final preliminary beauty and talent competition ended Friday night with three gorgeous contestants from Pennsylvania, Oregon and North Carolina emerging with top honors. The talent competition resulted In a tie between Jennie Rebecca Blatchford, a 23-year-old blue eyed blonde from Holidaysburg, Pa., and Judith Faye Hansen, 19, also a blue eyed blonde, from Astoria, Ore. Miss North Carolina, .Elaine Herndon, 18. walked off with the swim suit competition. Miss Blatchford performed a sparkling baton twirling demonstration and Miss Hansen sang "SI, Mi Chiamano Mimi," from the opera "La Boheme." Friday night's talent winners, joined Miss Missouri, Sara Ann! Cooper of Buckner and Miss Indiana, Gloria Ruth Rupprecht of Valparaiso, as preliminary talent winners. Miss Herndon joined Miss Georgia, shapely Jody Elizabeth Shattuck, of Atlanta, who won the swim suit judging Thursday night and the first preliminary suit ^winner, Miss Arizona, Lynn Freyse of Tucson. sponsibility of making the rules They must be approved by the attorney general's office. A study committee began more than a year ago the formulation of proposed legislation to put more teeth into the laws regulating the homes. Impetus was given the matter by a nursing home fire in Council Bluffs last Feb. 13, as the result of which 17 patients died. New Law A legislative nursing home investigating committee and the study group combined to sponsor the proposals which are embodied in the new law. It repealed the old law providing for licensing of nursing and custodial homes, effective July 4. 2. Until the health department's and fire marshal's rules become effective, the law cannot be in full force. 3. The fire marshal's inspection of the homes must precede licensing. - 4. The Legislature didn't give the fire marshal the necessary money, as Herron put it, "to do an adequate job". The Iowa Legislative Interim Committee declined to provide $31,000 for inspection and enforcement on the ground that the situation does not constitute an emergency. 5. The department says it is almost impossible, under the wording of the law, to make licensing rules uniform. The Iowa constitution says such rules must apply uniformly. Thus enforce ment 8 Times Herald, Carroll, low.!?- , of . P ersons in Saturday, Sept. 7, 1957 Then the clouds began to show j would be in doubt, up. They include: j 6. And, unless the department 1. Technically, there is present- j makes enforceable rules in a rea- ly no licensing of such homes. jsonable length of time, $13,000,000 a year in federal aid for old age assistance recipients would be threatened. Many of these people live in the homes. Formulating Rules Pickworth said the department is in the process of formulating its rules. He said there has been some difficulty in clearing administrative "questions. Before the department's rules can go into effect, Pickworth explained, there will be a meeting with the Iowa Nursing Home Assn., and the rules then will be submitted to the attorney generals office for approval. The new law says the department rules must be consistent with the economic problems and conditions involved in the care and custodial homes. 'Impossible Task' ' Pickworth commented: L "The Legislature has given us an impossible Ask, but we are trying to make the best of it. Today, these homes can't legally operate, and we can't legally close them on account of the process of the new law." Herron said: "Despite the lack of appropriations for an adequate staff, this office will carry out the law to the best of its ability. There will be no letup in inspections,. but we will be limited as compared with what it would have been if we had been given an adequate staff." Herron explained that he wanted to put on three more deputies and fill one vacancy. He now has five deputies. He estimated there are 600 to 700 nursing and custodial homes which would be affected by the new law. They house 4,500 to 5,000 persons. The fire marshal "said there are about 300 others which would not come under the act, because they have less than four patients. Sees Inspection Lag "Inspection and enforcement will be' good," he commented, "but the fire, marshal's office cannot possibly inspect more than about half of these homes a year. We still will have to inspect those not affected by the new rules." The attorney general's office approved the fire safety rules submitted by Herron and an advisory committee made up of the study group and the legislative group, the fire marshal said. Following a hearing, one primary change was made. Herron said he had no doubt that the .attorney general's office will approve the amendment, because it eased up one of the original rules. That rule referred to the requirement of sprinkler systems. • The original rule provided that frame homes housing 15 or more patients must immediately install sprinkler systems. Largely at the insistence of nursing home operators, the rule was changed to apply to frame homes housing 20 or more patients. But in addition, the homes were given two Vears to install the systems.' 'Economically Unsound' The home operators argued that it would be economically unsound to require homes with 15 or more patients to have sprinkler systems. Herron estimated there are aboiit 150 homes housing 20 or more patients. He also estimated the cost of a sprinkler system at 'FINISHING TOUCHES' . . . Rebecca Thomas (left) and Judy Hilgenberg (right) of the Union Cubs 4-H Club will represent Carroll County in a demonstration contest at the Clay County Fair In Spencer next week. They are scheduled to appear on the program in the 4-H building at 3:30 p.m. Wednesday. Their demonstration, entitled 'The Finishing Touches,' Includes making a dresser scarf with mitred corners, pillow top, lamp shade, and waste basket for a girl's room. The two girls, each of whom has been in 4-H club work for seven years, were selected at the Four County Fair in Coon Rapids last July to represent Carroll County at the Clay County Fair. They will leave for Spencer Wednesday morning and will be accompanied by Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist, and Mrs. Clayton Roller, club leader. (Photo courtesy of the Coon Rapids Enterprise.) 10-12 Ounce Baby Born at Clarion Dies CLARION ii »v-An estimated 10 to 12 ounce baby — perhaps the smallest child on record born alive—Kiied early Saturday, nearly | 24 hours after it was born. | The baby girl was ,born 4Mi months prematurely to Mrs. Mer-j rill tianson, 22, of Goldfield, about | 2 a.m. Friday. Mrs. Hanson, mother of a 2-year-old son, was reported doing fine, a hospital spokesman here said. Dr. D. A. Harding of *Eagle Grove, Mrs. Hanson's physician, estimated the baby's weight at birth. He said the baby was too small to weigh on a scale. The child was about 11 inches long, he said. The doctor said the baby was perfectly formed. American Medical Assn. records show the smallest baby was Jacqueline Jean Benson of Chicago. She was three months premature and weighed an estimated 12 ounces when born Jan. 14, 1936. Personals William Zmolek H. B. Howell WHAT'S AHEAD FOR FARMERS? . . . Answers to that question will be given at an open meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 9, In the Farm Bureau building here. William Zmolek and H. B. Howell. Iowa State college specialists, will discuss the 1958 feed and livestock outlook at the meeting. Howell will speak mainly on future prospects and Zmolek will tell about recent research findings in livestock feeding. Richard Ortner And His Bride Live at Earlham Garden Club At Manning Elects Officers (Time* Herald News Service) $2,000' to $2,500. Among the other fire safety rules, already approved, are: Any home with more than 10 patients must have an attendant on duty "at all times. All homes having 4 to 20 patients, regardless of the construction, must have an automatic fire alarm system. All homes with more than four patients must have a central heating system. ' All homes of more than one story must have the stairway and dumb-waiter openings closed. Newly-constructed homes, if more than one story, must be of fire- resistant construction. In homes having more than four patients, draperies and rugs must be treated to make them flame-resistant. Any home of more than one story must have an outside exit. Every floor must have two exists, Patients must not be housed in basements. Hearing on Disbarment Case Sept. 23 DES MOINES (ff)—Three District. Court judges have been appointed to conduct a hearing on the proposed disbarment of William B. Norton, 30, former Cedar County attorney. The hearing will be at 10 a.m. Sept. 23 at Tipton. Chief Justice Norman R. Hays of the Iowa Supreme Court Friday appointed Judges Stanley E.Prall Mount Pleasant and Harold V. Levis of Chariton. Norton is accused of "deceit and collusion with intent to deceive the court" in allegedly inducing a client to commit a forgery by signing her husband's name to a legal paper needed in a divorce proceeding. The charge was brought by the committee on professional ethics and conduct of the Iowa State Bar Assn. Norton of Lowden resigned as Cedar County attorney in December, 1956, after two hearings before the association's Grievance Committee. Norton's attorneys, James T. Remley of Anamosa and Walter A. Newport Jr., of Davenport, asked the Grievance Committee to St. Lawrence Patrol Organized The student safety patrol of St. Lawrence' School has been organized and assigned to posts for the school year. John Bruner has been appointed to head the patrol as captain. Two boy lieutenants are Tom Dolezal and Paul Buchmann and two girl lieutenants Elma Garbier and Patricia Vasos. All eighth grade students are serving as patrol members. They are divided into five units stationed at the school steps, in the bicycle area, and at the intersection of 15th and West Streets Gertrude Rauch Of Son Francisco Is Auburn Visitor (Time* Heritld Stw* Service) AUBURN — Gretrude Rauch of San Francisco, Calif., is spending this week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Rauch, and with other Auburn relatives. Sunday guests were: Mr. and Mrs. James Rainbow of Waterloo, Mrs. C. T. .Skarolid and children, Ann and Steve, and Georgia Crosby of Omaha and Mrs. Amos Bohnenkamp and sons of Spencer. Mrs. Chrislena Hunztker and A. E. Luckow were guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erben Hunziker and sons at Ames. It was in honor of the birthdays of Dean and Bob Hunziker. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bohnenkamp and sons of Spencer were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rauch. Maxine Maun returned to her duties as senior student nurse at St. Anthony School of Nursing at Carroll on Sunday after a four- week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Rauch and j matis blossoms, their guest, Gertrude Rauch, of San Francisco, Calif., were, dinner guests Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Goecke and' family at Algona. COMPLETES TRAINING (TtniM HMBU Newi Service) MANNING -Robert H. Popp has completed 18 months of veterans on the job .training at First Janice Gobeli And Brian Croson Wed at Lake City (Tlmr» Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Janice Gobeli and Brian Croson were married by candlelight Saturday, August 31, at 8 p.m. in Woodlawn Christian Church here. The Rev. Howard D. Prather performed the double ring ceremony. Larry Temple sang 'Because," "The Lord's Prayer," and "Today, O Lord, We at Thine Altar Stand" accompanied by Miss Carol Clarkin, who also played a prelude of wedding * music and the Wagner and Mendelssohn marches. The bride is the daughter of Mrs. Lillian Gobeli of Lake City and Warren Gobeli of Fort Dodge. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Croson of Lake City. Mr. Gobeli gave his daughter in marriage. The front of the church was lighted by two seven • branched candelabra and decorated with two bouquets of white chrysanthemums and orchid asters. Pew-ends of the center aisle were marked with orchid asters, All the flowers, including bouquets, corsages and boutonnieres, were of wood fibre and made by the bride's mother. * * * The bride wore a ballerina- length gown of white Chantilly lace over taffeta in princess style with V-neck and short sleeves. Her fingertip veil of nylon illusion was attached to a small cap of lace flowers dotted with rhinestones. She carried an orchid tied with white satin ribbon. Rev. Heap to Be ]Warren Townsends Installed Sunday I Leave for Winter GLIDDEN - Installation services for the Rev. Duane E. Heap will be held in the Glidden Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. Sunday. Home in Florida iTimei Mrrnlrf Senlcri MANNING - Warren Puck, son of " Larry (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING - The Garden Club AUBURN — The wedding of m et at the home of Mrs. Herbert j merely reprimand Norton because Madelyn Faye Hansen, daughter j str 'be Sept. 3, with Mrs. Herman of his youth and good character of Mr. and Mrs. William Hansen | Pahde and Mrs. Ben Joens as co-! In a report to the Supreme Court \ last June 27, the Grievance Com- The Rev. Gordon F. Maclean of; !' eRoy Zerwas . have enrolled at j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fltzpatrlck, Margaret Carney and Phyllis Young left Saturday morning for, Omaha to attend a matinee per-|„. „„. n „ vl „ lia . nuuim i nansen i * a " iformance of "My Fair Lady" in of Manilla, and Richard Ortner, \ hostesses. 1 the Music Hall of the municipal' son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ort- > Edna Halbur was reelected I mi(t(lee said: auditorium. j ner of Auburn, took place at Sa- i president of the group; Mrs. Ed ; " In view of ,ne g ravit y ° f <" on ' cred Heart Church in Manilla on i Knaack, vice president; M r s. duct and tne C0 ™Plete lack of un- Bitl Lauridsen. who has been . August 24. The Rev. LeRoy Frank Herb Stribe, recording secretary; ^standing which his conduct spending the summer with his par- j officiated at the double ring cere- Mrs. Emma Stammer, corre- sll0WS of ' udlcial Process and due ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Laur- i mony. Selections were sung by . sponding secretary; and Mrs. Pete P roccss , of law ' w e feel we would idsen. is leaving Monday for his I Leo Gallagher, accompanied at Struve. treasurer. be remtss in our duties to the • • j * * * j Supreme Court of Iowa, the Iowa Mrs. Gus Jensen talked lANNLNG — Wirron P,„.l, cr,r. . '™ vl "« «iunutiy 101 HIS , t,™ viniiague i, accumpani Mr. and Mrs. wE pVck. art! fS^JT ° l SimpS °" Collc ^; the or ^« by Mary Long, rry Zerwas. son of Mr. and Mrs. j| The hrid „ * * * Lytton will preside and preach. The Rev. Walter E. Schiel of Carroll will give the charge to the congregation and Dick Harberts of Jefferson the charge to the pastor. Scripture will be read by the Rev. Arthur Mortenson of Ft. Dodge who also will offer the invocation. A reception will be held in the Center immediately after the installation services. daughter, Mr. and Sunday School Group From Westside Holds A Picnic in Carroll (Time* Herald »«x Service) WESTSIDE - More than 60 attended the annual Sunday School picnic held at Graham Park Sunday by St. John's Evangelical and Reformed Church. Mrs. Anna Plotz entertained in her home Friday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Scott and Larry who moved to Arcadia. Guests were Mrs. William Meggers, Mrs. William O. Stoelk. Mrs. W. W. Strathman, Mrs. Irwin Thiedeman. Mrs. Vernon Jensen, Mrs. Ed Linde, Mrs. Pete Sommer, Mrs. Leonard Schoessler, and Mrs. Emma Scott and Mr. and Mrs. Scott and Larry. Games were en Iowa State College in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jackson of Alton, 111., spent the weekend in the Henry Bartels and George Jackson homes. Sunday guests in the Bartels home in addition, were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Wiedenfeller and family of Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bartels and Robbie of Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Laverty took their son, Bob, to Indianola where he will enter Simpson College. I Breakfast. St. Joseph's Hall, Robert Horbach, son of Mr. and! Sun.. Sept. 8. Serving from 7 to r, 1«~ U 1 U • • State Bar Assn. and the people of Iowa to merely reprimand him." The bride, given in marriage by i •Silkworms" and displayed a cor- Mr. and Mrs. P. F. Caraher and h .f, r f f ,her . wore a gown of Chan- j sage of silkworm cocoons She < —— sons, Paul and Bill, are driving to I tllIv ,ace - tissue taffeta and tulle! also gave reports on lower ar- T i w • Oak Park, 111., Saturday to visit ? ver br,dal satin - Th e snug bodice 1 rangements at the state fair and' 1 empleton Visitors the Carahers' son-in-law and! matured a square neckline outlin- j talked on a recent trip through! Leave fnr H AmB u.„ — 1 Mrs. Oscar ! ed .. w, «! scallo PS- Her fingertip! Dakota and flowerbeds s e en Home in Dalli, and baby son, who was born veil of imported illusion was held ' there. Several members showed Sept. 3. Mrs. Caraher will stay for j bv a crown of pearlized orange j flower arrangements a visit with the family. Paul Ca- i blossoms. She carried a white The 6th district meeting win h D I raher will leave from Oak Park j Prayerbook on which was a small, held a: Lgle GroJe SeS > designed bouquet of white gladio- Refreshments were served Mr. for St. Benedict, Ore., where he attends Mt. Angel Seminary. Mr. •Caraher and Bill will return home after a weekend visit. satin ribbon Mrs. Steve Norke of Omaha, 12. Adults, 75; children, 40c. Adv. Mrs. Joe Horbach, and Larry Niel sen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Claus Nielsen, will attend Parsons Col-1 Mr . and Mrg . C i yde B irch have lege at Fairfield. I returned home after spending sev- Mr. and Mrs. Cl' A. Case attend- ] eral days with' their son, Clyde Jr., ed a 4-county fair at Dunlap j Bnd family, in Council Bluffs. They Thursday. I also visited friends in Omaha and Robert Beisch has returned to! attended the State Fair at Lincoln, his studies at Drake University in Des Moines. Karen Carstens, Jeanette Hugg and Neva Martens left Sept. 2 to attend the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. • Mrs. Kathryn Eden left Friday to visit her sister, Mrs. Rose Petersen in Omaha. Sunday dinner guests in the Arved Stangl home were Mr. and Mrs. Delvin Stangl, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Alver Stangl and joyed after which refreshments i Sandra of Dedham, Mr. and Mrs Doris Mclntire of Lake Citv wa* 1 Were served ' I Ja e k Schmitz . and {&m[ ^< lreton maid of honor. Her gown of orchid I Mr - Mrs. Donald Jenkins of i P SZZ™"* 8U68tS *" the Ju crvstalpito ..... - Omaha visited Monday in ' L roizin nome Sioux City was bridesmatron. Georgia Waskow of Cedar Rapids and Sandra Gehlson of Westside were bridesmaids. Diane Wheeler and Rebecca Branon of Des Moines were junior bridesmaids. Julie James and Debbie Schnieder of Renwick served as flower girls. The attendants wore street- length dresses of aqua crystalette fashioned alike. Their crowns, designed like the bride's were made of crystalette and tulle to give the effect of picture hats. They carried companion-styled hearts of •white Styrofoam which featured gladioli in the centers with tulle j and satin ribbon. The flower girls Des Moines, and Dorothy entered j carried heart-shaped baskets fill- Neb. Mrs. Don Hillyer returned Thursday night after spending two days in Des Moines and Indianola. Mrs. Hillyer and daughter, Doro« thy Hodges, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. McCleary and son, Jim, in I • jZereric Club friend of the bride, was matron! . ^. .• ^ of honor. Mrs. James Cornils of;At Manning UpenS siou X cirv u, ao j t$ Ncw Season (Time* Hemld Stxt% .Servlre) MANNING - The Zetetic Club held its opening meeting and dinner party at the home of Mrs. Ray nr.,— It m Plevna, Montana (Times Hrr»ld Newn Service! TEMPLETON - Mr. and Mrs. Peter Herbst and William Thielen left for their home in Plevna. Mont., Tuesday, after spending 10 days with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thielen. Mr. Herbst is a retired postmaster of Plevna. Keith DeWitt returned to his home in Fort Dodge Saturday after spending a few days at the Felix Greteman home. Mrs. Richard DeWitt of Fort Wycoff Tuesday. Her co-hostesses! Dod 8 e and Mrs. Bob Rose of were Mrs. Herman Frahm, Mrs. I Bava rd attended a shower for' Al Martens, Mrs. Frances Zerwas and Mrs. Joyce Russell. Following dinner the group play Mr. and Mrs. Gene Kohorst, Nancy. Trudy. Steven and Sally, ed contract with high" scor ;To Mrl j ^ Jen Bruck, and second to Mrs. 1 • Henry Meyers. The first study meeting will be held Sept. 16 with Joyce Russell. . , — spending several days with Mr. Kohorst's mother, Mrs. Mary Kohorst En route, they stopped at Albert Lea. Minn., and visited friends Simpson College, Indianola, for her junior year, having transferred from Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, Jim McCleary is leaving soon to resume his studies at a college in Tucson, Ariz. * crystalette was styled like that of the bride. She svore an orchid floral headband and carried a cascade' bouquet of pale pink carnations with white satin streamers. William Boyd of Lake City was best man. Ushers were Marvin Lewis of Des Moines, and Boyd Green of Onawa. , , ... the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vennink and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schuman. They were en route to Omaha afteer spending the weekend at Spencer visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Major. Evening dinner guests Saturday Afi»r ih* „„ '! n the home of Mr - and Mrs. Am- • dtllCIa Carstens. .Irtlom. Pnta..„ «r ' »j_ i ° ' .• '. were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Petersen and Ivan, Au-jClarence LOeTTierS dubon, and Mr. and Mrs. George' Musfeldt and family. Myrene Rowedder and Janice Vehrs will leave next week to attend beauty school in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Jul Polzin were Sunday dinner guests in the Lawrence Petersen home at Audubon. the church. Karen Clary of Lake City was reception hostes^. The three-tiered wedding cake which centered the reception table was decorated in orchid and white and topped by a miniature bridal couple. Lengthwise down the center of the table were festoons of Of Scronton Return From Trip to Canada (Time* H«rft!4 New* Servlre) SCRANTON - Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loeffler and family have returned from their vacation in Canada. Patricia Carstens Jdleen PotWn? 1 M7 I^M-"''" V,BU *" LC '' | Mrs. Zelma Raygor and Mr. Mrs. Walter Borkowski and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Johnson and mer «?h» ic » ^""J T" I dau «hters, Mr. and Mrs. Harry S Uke iSnaie f ,a uat6 ° f the ! " 0 f!r««' Mr. and. Mr, R. J. . D . • - - -— Rodman of Breda. Kathleen left Tuesday for Northwest Missouri State College where she enrolled this sum Lake High School. Sunday dinner Pratt and family. Miss Susan Ro- spent the weekend in McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Harold McDonald and family spent Sunday in Grundy Center at the Bud Eason home. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ludwig .v. „.„«,,„„„. w „,. e i esi0 ons of aunaay dinner guests in the w«ri'd «r Mr'.«iiM« o w ii. 7 V ' m8, nmn ^ U0 - W »J greenery and pink and white cle- Uome of Mr. and Mrs Earl Brow^' the weekend in Mil ford, i mat K hincc n «,c • I w_ , I. mrs ' c,ari orown and sons, and Misses Carolvn and i visitina ' ,.., sons, and Misses Carolyn and were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Spor-j Margaret Brady of Carroll had a Mr. and Mrs. Croson left on a! Jytar and family of CarroU. and j picnic in the City Park Monday short wedding triD. For travAiin* 1 Mrs. Paul Penner of Grand June- •; evening. tion. Additional afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Virgile Beyer and family, Lidderdale, and Mr. and Mrs. Detlef Passick of Earl edding trip. For traveling Mrs. Croson had a pink dress with pink and white accessories. Mr. and Mrs, Croson are graduates of Lake City High School. Mrs. Croson attended Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls last year, and has been employed this summer at the A.S.C. office in Rockwell City TO COLLECT CLOTHING (Time* Herald N«wi Service) hnm Th- P „»;V i '< ~~r~? MANNING — Cub and Boy th. P .«fnf f Ml ?' had aUended Scouls 01 Ma,inin * wil > collect earliefmih?^ for Goo « Industrie. Mr a ndM« a 2T 10 ? n ; , . I Saturday, Sept. 21. Clothing bags llSi^ and Un [{ - l rr ler . and d *tribut*d to. every home Natiowrt fen* to Mannteg »nd j£ I ^1^ Croson * is amnio™* ,„ S^J'SJST • ° 8 A h * r * "J j in ManningT Later the boys will recoivod a certificate from tto\w \£^wi m !^& ln f $£1/°$-?W W S Downey 'of return for the filled bags. Donald *to departmwt of Public InMKtt^ Cubmaster, id jTm ftxucUon. He is a n»vy veteran. i-The South Magnetic Pole is di- W fSf # ^W<;Australij>, £ it 1.800 mile* from the South will live in Cedar rails, and Mrs, Croson will continue her college work. • Special guests at the wedding were Mrs. Croson's grandparent*, Mr and Mrs. .Robert Gobeli of Lidderdale. UwJeT* ° f Mr ' l * rS ' Francis I Mrs. William Kendall and son, BUlie who had been visiting to'"the Marvin Brotherson home, left Wednesday for Lenox to visit Mr. and Mrs. John Kendall, Hayes, Scoutmaster, charge of the drive. are to American housewives would need 484,517,833 hours to can the same amount of com that the canning industry put* up annually. visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ambrose of Gravity visited at the Gail N Ambrose home Sunday and Monday. Mrs. Gail Ambrose visited Mr, Ambrose in the Veteran's Hospital in Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hilts and family spent four days in Milwaukee last week. Sgt. and Mrs. Michael Williams and family of Lincoln spent the weekend at the Lyle Hutchison home. Mrs. Warren Duff visited in Fairmont. Minn., from Monday until Wednesday. A shower was held at the home of Mrs.-Don Eason Saturday for Coletta Foster. ^Hostesses were Bethel Richards, Mrs. Nell Stacy, Mrs. Doe Eason and Patty. ed with mixed flowers and ribbons. * * * Attending the bridegroom was j his brother, Dean Ortner. Groomsmen were Ralph Dilmar and Larry Hansen. Junior groomsmen were Wayne and Gary Hansen, brothers of the bride. Dennis and Randall Hansen, nephews of the bride were ring bearers. Marlin and Roger Hansen, brothers of the bride, were ushers. Following the nuptial mass, a luncheon and reception were held at the Memorial hall at Manilla for 190 guests. The wedding cake, centered on the bride's table, featured a heart on top with rhinestones, centered with lilies-of-the-valley tinted in aqua. The cake had been made and decorated by Bernice Grage. The bride, a graduate of the Manilla High School, attended Iowa State Teachers College at Cedar Falls and taught the past year at ttenwick. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Auburn High School, received his B. A. degree at Iowa State Teachers College June 8. j Mr. and Mrs. Ortner will live at i Earlham, la., where he will be! mathematics instructor and Mrs. Ortner will* teach kindergarten, front Take It for Granted \ IT WAS e */«QT cseo 2,300 veaes AGO es ALEXANDER TW6 6R6AT WHO, BY GHOUTtNt INTO A UQIZN, COyLD 06 t4£AQQ (2'k MILES AWA\ souwmmneNTt Mrs, Russell Grundmeler and daughters Gail and Kay Lynn of Groton. S. D., are visiting at the Hugo Grundmeler home while Rev. Russell Grundmeler, pastor of the Lutheran church at Groton, attends, a meeting in St. Louis, Mo. 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