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September 10, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Father Lcnx Speaker For Parents Club A description of his trip to South America this summer by' Rev. Leo Lem will be one of the highlight* of the Kuemper High School parents dub Tuesday evening in Kiftmper High School, according to,|tobert Dolezal, chairman of thS 1 "committee in charge of planning programs for the vear; Tuesday night's meeting is the first meeting of the school year and- will afford an opportunity for parents and faculty members to get acquainted. The meeting will begin at 8 p.m. in the school gymnasium. Church Post to Maurice Miller (Time* Herald New» fcrrtw) LAKE VIEW - The third quarterly conference of the Congregational Church was held Thursday night at the church. Committee reports were given and the office of treasurer, vacated by E. E. Krouch, was filled with the election of Maurice Miller to fill the unexpired term. Mrs. Wayne Wessman was elected as delegate to the Sioux Association meeting at Sioux Rapids on Sept. 16. Mrs. Leo Miller and Mrs. Burt Ellis are alternates. The following nrnbers were elected to revise the church roll: Mr. and Mrs. George Jensen, Mrs. Tjark Jensen, Mrs. George Auen, Mrs. Ray Borrons and Mrs. Tena . Brower. A committee on Stewardship and Evangelism is to be appointed by the trustees. Mrs. Russell Mason led the devotional period at the FCCW meeting Thursday in the Congregational Church. Mrs. W. J. Nichols gave a program dealing with "Christian Living." She also conducted a Bible Quiz. Mrs. Dixon Stimpson remembered the birthday bank. Hostesses were: Mrs. Floyd Klinzman, Mrs. Ray Bor­ rons, Mrs. Luella Stark, Mrs. Vir- GEa -1957 Rfflfl- 1956 MAPPING THE DEFEAT OF POLIO ... The remarkable sue- cess of the continuing campaign against polio is shown on News- map above. From U.S. Public Health Service data, it shows, by states, the number of cases up to the week ended Aug. 17, 1957, compared to the same period in 1956, which ended Aug. 18. This year's great reduction is spotlighted in the totals—only 3,217 In 1957 against 7,073 last year. Particularly heartening is the sharp drop in cases of paralytic polio—only 1,054 this year. Last year we had 3,381. Not all states showed a reduction this year. Statistics which include all types of polio shows that 1957 brought increases mostly slight—in South Dakota, Nebraska, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Alabama. New Mexico and the District of Columbia. In the last, there were 15 cases, contrasted with only three In 1956. Texas, with 543, had the largest number of cases this year, but in the same 1956 period it had 864. Included in the total for the United States are two cases each in Alaska and Hawaii, an encouraging drop. In 1956, they had 8 and 56 respectively. Also Included is Puerto Rico's 1957 toll of 21 cases against 34 cases in 1956. Polio claims most of its victims in the April-November period. gil Olerich and Mrs. Henry Peters. Mrs. Herb Onstot was taken to Loring Hospital Wednesday night for an emergency appendectomy. She is recovering satisfactorily. Mr. Onstot's mother,- Mrs. Minnie Onstot of Omaha, who had been visiting here remained to care for the children. Mrs. Byron Provost was hostess to the LaKonian Club Friday afternoon. Roll call was answered by telling of interesting spots they had visited. Plans for the club's 25th anniversary were completed. The anniversary will be observed i on Oct. 11 with a luncheon at ! Storm Lake. Mrs. Roger Ganske was a guest. ; Mrs. Carl Karstens was hostess | to the Justa Club on Wednesday ! afternoon. Mrs. Elmer Moore was • a guest and the prizes were award! cd to Mrs. M. P. Peterson and | Mrs. L. B. Weitzel. I Mrs. Kathrine Nelson left the | first of the week for Long Beach, | Calif., with the Robert Maynard | family who have been visiting in ; the Charles Maynard home. Mrs. Nelson, an aunt of Robert, will visit with him and his family for several weeks. Mrs. C. C. Wetzstein was hostess to the History and Travel Dept. Tuesday afternoon. The meeting got underway with a 2 o'clock dessert lunch. ^Irs. Melvin Snyder was chairman pro-tem in the absence of Miss Lillian Armstrong. The members answered roll call by giving pertinent facts about Egypt. Mrs. John Stodden. program chairman for the September meeting gave as her topic articles | on "The Rebirth of Ancient • Egypt." Mfs. Austin Reiser Sr. ; gave a report on "Iowa's Heritage i from Abroad." A penny collection 1 was taken which will be used for • the materials used in their studies i during the winter. Officers are: ; Lillian Armstrong, chairman; ; Mrs. Melvin Snyder, vice chair: man; and Mrs. Verl Holmes, director. In Robbery at Bloirstown VINTON MV-Two men sought in a Sunday night robbery at Blairstown were in custody af Sheriff Edward Thompson here Tuesday. A Blairstown garage operator, who police said was robbed of $385 by two gunmen, viewed the men in Des Moines Monday. The pair later was turned over to Thompson. Detective Chief Robert E. O'Brien said he did not know whether the garage man, Lloyd Shaull, had identified the men. O'Brien identified the men as Robert J. Janes, 23, and Robert L. Huston Jr., 24, both of Cedar Rapids. Des Moines police arrested the pair in an automobile the officers said matched the description of one believed to have been used by the robbers. O'Brien said $196 was found on the two men. They were picked up in Des Moines early Monday. Shaull told authorities he was working at his garage Sunday night when the gunmen forced him to let them in. He said they took the money from his wallet and some money he had taken in from a customer who purchased a car. Times Hersld, Carrol!, Iowa Tu«d«y, S.pt. 10, 1957 . Thomas Jefferson had 54 house servants at his Monticello home in Virginia. 6-FOOTER DE LUXE- NEW FORD RANCHEROI Brand-new idea! The Rahchero works like a truck—hauls over half a ton. But it rides like a car. Inside, it offers ail the luxury of the '57 Ford Ranch Wagonl' NEW 8-FOOTER— BIGGER LOADSPACE Bigger than any other half-ton pickup! Extra-wide Styleside body gives 23% more loadspace. Boldly modern Style- side design is standard at no extra cost! Cat/us. NEW 9-FOOTER- BIGGEST PICKUP Biggest money can buy! Ford F-350 one-tonner with Styleside body provides a giant §0- CH . ft. loadspace. Cab is completely new—roomier, stronger, smarter! >; FORD PICKUPS BILL BURGESS MOTORS and Main Sts., Carroll Phon0 35^ YOUR FORD DEALER FOR "WORTH MORE" A-l USED CARS AND TRUCKS WSCS Holds Guest Day at First Meeting (Timet Herald Jfews ServlM) LAKE VIEW - Guest Day marked the opening meeting of the fall WSCS society. All teachers and teacher's wives were guests. Mrs. C. E. Lierman, president, called the meeting to order. Her song theme, "Take Time to be Holy," was played as an introductory to the first meeting by Mrs. Paul Potter. Mrs. Lierman was in charge of the devotions and program featuring the officers and their announced plans and goal for the coming year of meetings. Music was interspersed throughout the program by the officers: Mrs. Wessley Seymour, student secretary, and Mrs. Don Tischer. presented a skit in keeping with her topic. Mrs. Paul Potter and Mrs. E. L. Christian sang as a duet, "Jesus Lover of My Soul" commemorating the 250th anniversary of Charles Wessley, following the spiritual life secretary's report of her goal for the year. Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Christian sang "My Task," which was dedicated to all officers and members at the close of the officer's report. Mrs. L. T.' Quirk gave a report on the four countries which will be studied this year: Bolivia, Korea, Borneo and the Belgian Congo. The program was closed with the singing of the theme song "Take Time to be Holy" by Mrs. Potter and Mrs. Christian. Mrs. W. K. Hunter accompanied the duet on the numbers. The refreshment table had a white linen cover, pink candles, silver service and bowl of asters. Baskets of flowers decorated the room. BETTY LOU COMING ... Children of the Carroll trade area who watch the Magic Window, Ames afternoon TV program, wiU have an opportunity to meet Betty Lou, the star, in person in Carroll Saturday at the Safeway store. The Ames television star will be at the store Saturday from 10:00 in the morning until noon and from two' until five In the afternoon. Betty Lou is pictured here with her dog, Domino, another favorite of small TV farts. IN TRAINING FORT LEONARD.WOOD, MO.— Pvts. Donald F. Gallagher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard D. Gallagher, Vail, Kenneth R. Buse, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. W, Buse, . Auburn, and Dennis M. Tegels, son of Mr.- and Mrs. Frank J. Tegels, Route 1, Lake View, la., are scheduled to complete eight weeks of basic combat training Sept. 13 under the Reserve Forces Act program at Fort Leonard W o o d, Mo. Tegels was graduated from Lake View High School in- 1957. Gallagher attended Iowa State College. Kay Huisenga Honored Before Going to Colorado (Timet Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW - The 4th and 6th grade girls Sunday School class of the Congregational Church met at! the home of their leader, Mrs. Leo! Miller, Friday night for an annual picnic supper. The gathering also honored Kay Huisenga who left Sunday with her family to make her home in Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Con Peterson of Boxholm were Sunday evening visitors in the Herb Miller home. The 15th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Meyer was observed Thursday night. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Mine Meyer and Linda Meister, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Meister and family of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nehring and family of Nemaha and the Melvin Gertz family of Vail. Mr. and Mrs. William Redenbaugh and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wicker of Fort Dodge returned Sunday afternoon from a vacation and fishing trip in Canada. They .and Mrs. C. C. Wetzstein were evening guests in the Harlan Wetzstein home. Mrs. Jennie Carlson of Webster City and daughter, Mrs. Darlene Cottington, of Stratford were Friday visitors in the Stanley and Oscar Westrom home. Mrs. Carlson is a cousin of Mr. Oscar Westrom. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Porter of Oak Park, 111., were Sunday callers in the Westrom home. The children of the late Emil Meyer held a reunion in the Municipal Building Sunday. About 50 .relatives from Lake View, Wall Lake, Carnarvon, Lake City, Sioux City, Nemaha and Mapleton attended. The Lake View people attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Flink and children, the Donald Peters family, John and Wandella Flink and Mrs. Bertha Auen. Mrs. Floy Neal of Colorado Thought for Today: Blessed it tho man who has nothing to say, and can't be porsuadod to say it. THOUGHT: Say what you will, if you r Insurance hasn't kept pace with rising property values you're running needless risk of partial replacement in case of damage. IV costs very little for extended coverage. For tho answer to your* Insurance questions feel free) to call mo at the Dolexal Insurance Agency. Dial 4140. Springs, Mrs. Emma McConnell of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Don McConnell of Nemaha were Thursday callers in the John Hoehl home. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Harper of Tescott, Kan., came Thursday and visited in the home of their son, Don, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vernol Hanson and three older children, visited relatives in LaVern and Sioux Falls over the .weekend. Miss barlene Cason and Miss Joyce Jarnigan are making their home in the Keith Irwin residence during the school year. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ganske and Jerri, returned Thursday after spending the summer in Des Moines and Waterloo. Mr.»Ganske attended summer school at Drake. The Ken Spurling family attended the Vogel family reunion at West Bend Sunday. Relatives from Mason City, Nemaha, Sac City and Lake View attended the reunion. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Scott, Ricky and Ann. and Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Scott and A. E. Holmes spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Burt Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lille were hosts at a farewell dinner honoring Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Krouch Monday evening in the Ellis home. Mr. and Mrs. Krouch moved Tuesday to Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Maynard and son, Robbie, of Long Beach, Calif., arrived Friday for a visit in the home of his brother, Charles Maynard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Don Long and family, and Judy Sproul and Jane Karstens, attended the 14th birthday party of Sandra Long at the LeLand Long home near Odebolt Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred SigUn and daughter of Kansas City, Mo., were Tuesday and Wednesday guests in the Wayne Wessman home. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Detterman and son, Darrell,. of Nemaha, were Sunday dinner guests in the Don Tischer home. if your heat goesfifi) YOUR FUIL BILLS GoTua AMD YOUUUa BILLS GO Ordinary heaters pile the heat up on the ceiling until some of it finally seeps down to the living level If you own an ordinary heater, you know how costly and uncomfortable that system is! Siegler does just the opposite... your floors in every room get heated first Heat is not wasted qri the ceiling and out the chira* ney. Don't dose off rooms this winter and pay high fuel biJJs to boot,.. order your new Siegler now. HSATE SIEGLER GUARANTEES MORE AND .KO^B3» r iCBAT OVER YOUR FLOORS ^^''^PW^^Nm, ^ulif fcwwi bMtef ncmri 512'N, Adams St. — Carroll, | Store owa

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