Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 12, 1957 · Page 4
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September 12, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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.1 Social dtC^I end a r Thursday— Newcomers Club, Driftwood Boom, Hotel Burke. DeMolay Chapter, Masonic Temple. Fridayw. Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. Hall. Thimblebee? Mrs. R. H. Lott. Saturday^? - PriscillazAlden Chapter, D.A.R., Constitution Day meeting, 1 p.mqsHqtel Burke. fig Kiddie Show! CARROLL Saturday . . . ^Matinee Only! , Francis the J* Talking Mule * "Francis Goes to i kWest Point" , All Laughs and Fun -r. . - PLUS TWO > Big Cartoons and Comedy Open at 1:30 p. m. 'Children Under 12 25c '- - : Pass-Timers Club, Mrs. A. M. Osferlund. Sunday- Rainbow Girls installation of officers, 1:45 p.m., Masonic Temple. Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild, Fellowship Hall, new Methodist Church. Tuesday— P.F.F. Club. Mrs. J. J. Witte. Women's golf brunch, Country Club. Carroll Amvets Auxiliary. Alvira Hamers. L or L Club. Mrs. Joe Hoelscher. American Legion Auxiliary Gold Star Mothers and Sisters Night, Legion Hall. T.O.B. Club, Mrs. John E. Tucker. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Doran Brogden. Wednesday— St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers, parish hall. Presbyterian Women's Organization, church undercroft. Methodist WSCS Circles — Grace. Mrs. C. C. Roberts; Margaret, Mr -Sr James W. Wilson; Thekla, Mrs. W. E. Bates. H. G. Club. Mrs. J. P. Bowler. Thursday- Carroll. Girl Scout Council. Iowa Public Service building. Wa-Tan-Ye Club intercity meeting, Hotel Burke. GUILD TO MEET 1^ Wesleyan Service Guild will meet at-8 p.m. Monday in the Fellowship Hall of the new Meth- 6djst Church. Mrs. Ivan C. Bys, Beulah .Osborne, and • Mrs. Edna | Collins will be hostesses Margaret Brady, president, will be. In charge of the business meeting. Homernakers' Club Has Guest *• Day in Carroll Eight tables of pinochle Were played at a guest day meeting of the Grant Township Homernakers Club, Wednesday afternoon, at Club 30. Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer and Mrs. Bill Kanne were co-hostesses. Mrs. Rose Pietig, a member of the club, won high score prize; Mrs. Norbert Wiederin, a guest, low prize; Mrs. Joe Riesberg, guest, cup prize, and Mrs. Delbert Schirck, guest, traveling prize. Other guests were Mrs. Tony Kanne, Mrs. William Otto. Mrs. Genevieve Kanne, Mrs. Leo Loes, Mrs. Earl Kanne. Mrs. William Leuer, Mrs. Louis Tigges, Mrs. fred Schaefer, Mrs. Selma Schirck, Mrs. Elmer Fricke, Mrs. Henry Steinberg, Mrs. Harold Boje, and Miss Isora Judge. Garden flqwers .decorated the refreshment table. The next meeting will be at Club 30, Wednesday | afternoon, • October 9, with Mrs. I Clara Schirck and Mrs. Joe i Schirck as hostesses. IMPORTED Attend Federation Fall Council Meeting Mrs. Ronald ^.Ream^; president, Mrs. Robert C, y .Sorenson K vice president, Mrs. L. R. Chapman, program chairman, and Mrs. H. L. Bell of the Clio Club attended the Fall Council meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs. Wednesday, at Hotel Ft. Des Moines in Des Moines. Organizational set-up and objectives of the state federation for i the coming season were explained and discussed by state and district officers. - .*? ; Mrs. Ream and Mrs. Sorenson were present at both morning and afternoori sessions. Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Chapman, accompanied by Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, attended a matinee performance i of "My Fair Lady" in the.afternoon IXPLODES IN Extra Large Sixes - Wide Varieties AS LOW AS per dor. A complete line of other fall bulbs just arrived from Holland. We Are Participating in Carroll Corn Buck Days Get Corn Bucks With Each Purchase in Our Store F. W. WOOLWORTH S27 North Adams Carroll, Iowa mam i prtsenU RAT MAUREEN MILLAND • O'HARA CLAUDE YVONNE RAINS * FURNEAOX m MTWAMA.TUUCOIOR LEDEKR Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. OUTDOOR rHEflTWE r «* Hi- -: v Again this year: More kids are having fun at school Buster Brown's than any other brand m is.-: And no wonder! Youngsters like the way they look an* feel They fit perfectly because they're made over live-foSl lasts, and fitted only by Buster Brown's exclusive 6-Point' Fitting Plan. Why not bring your youngsters in sooW BROWN Theshoe$ for the child thape the feet for a lifetime 9 and at C*n't Ethel Forrest With Best Wins Key Speech "The Tide is in, Let's go to Work" was the program theme at a meeting of Toastmistress Club, Wednesday night, in the Gold Room at Hotel Burke. Ethel Forrest won the key for Plans Complete For DCCW Meet Here October 22 Plans to entertain more than 1,000 and a, possible 2,000 women expected to attend the second annual convention of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, October 22 in Carroll, were announced Wednesday by Mrs. Leo Brinkman, chairman, and Mrs. Silvina Venteicher, vice chairman. They include the serving of a noonday meal and morning coffee by women of Catholic parishes of Carroll in addition to a daylong agenda of business and entertainment, to follow a pontifical high mass at 9:30 a.m. in SS. Peter and Paul's Church. The Most Rev. Joseph M. Mitel le.r,. bishop of the Sioux City, dip cese will sing the mass, at which the Very Rev. Msgr. Justin A. Driscoll of Dubuque, . spiritual moderator of the Dubuque Arch diocesan Council of Catholic Worn en, will preach. A special Diocesan Council Choir has been rehearsing for this event. "Faith Without Works is Dead" is the convention theme. Women of all societies of the 141 parishes of 24 counties of Northwest I0$a are eligible to attend. The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward* V Vollmer, of Sioux City, is moder ator of the Diocesan Council. Mrs. Mervin Fedderson, of Sioux City, president of the Diocesan Council, will preside at business at U a .m. and again at 2:30 p.m. in Ktiemper high school auditorium. ; Election of officers is. scheduled! fn\'t|te morning and workshop •programs in the six diocesan fields of council endeavor in the afternoon. Th ^ese are spiritual development, Mrit ; ;3ames Burns of Sioux; City, chairman; Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, Mrs. Lawrence Cochran of Carroll, chairman Co-operating with Christian Char* itiesf Mrs. L. J. O'Brien pf4$br£ Dodge, chairman; Youth.'^Jiss Katherine Thielen of Fonda, chairman; Organization and Development. Mrs. Ralph Kelley of Early, Chairman, and public relations, Mrs. Editha K. Webster ofes-Sioux City, chairman. Principal convention speaker will be Mrs. Joseph Kennedy of Boston, wife of the former United States ambassador to Great, J&it- ain and mother of Sen. John-Kennedy of Boston and Robert Kennedy, prominent Washington, D.C. attorney. Rt.y Rev. Msgr. Frank Greteman. host Dean, of Carroll, will greet 'guests to whom Mayor A. N. Neu will extend a welcome. Surprise Celebration For N. Heisterkamps As a surprise celebration of their ^lOth wedding anniversary, a gjoup *oJ relatives from the Carroll area visited Mr. and Mrs. Norman Heisterkamp at Boone Sunday. ' Following an afternoon of visiting, the group went to Bon Appetite Cafe in Boone for an anniversary, dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Heisterkamp were presented with a purse as a memento of the occasion. In the group of visitors were Mr. | and Mrs. Joe Heisterkamp Sr. of Mt. Carmel, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heisterkamp Jr., Mr. and Mrs. i Edgar Heisterkamp, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp of Breda, 'and Mr. and Mrs. Artie Schultes, Dedham. FRIDAY 13th MIDNIGHT SHOW! i Timw" Herald/ esWeft, tew* ) Thursday, Sept. 12, the best speech of the evening on the basis of organization. Her title was "Portrait of a People." Other speakers were Mrs. O. W. Kelly on "The Land of Israel" and Mrs. Inesa Pfiester who used the theme of the evening as her speech topic. Mrs. Edna Collins was toastmistress, Mrs. R. M. Moehn conducted the business meeting, and Mrs. J. A. Heider gave the invocation. General evaluator was Mrs. J.| Lawrence Cochran;* individual! evaluaiors, Mrs. John V. Sullivan,; Mrs. Richard Meridith, and Mrs. Perry Knowlton; timekeeper, Mrs. Herschel Try on; and lexicologist, Mrs. Bill Burgess. Two new members — Mrs. Harriet Burns and Mrs. Scott Whitley — were voted into the club. * * * Mrs. Jim Buchholz was a guest Of Mrs. Burgess, Mrs. Ivan C. Bys a guest of Mrs. Collins, and Mrs. Rhea Pearl Steele , of Ottumwa, member of the Ottumwa Toastmistress Club, was an out-of-town visitor. Mrs. Steele was in Carroll to attend the District Nurses convention at St. Anthony Hospital. * * • After the program, club members went in a body to St. Anthony Hospital where they saw the presentation of two films shown by Mrs. Steele as a feature of the convention program. The films, entitled "The Birth of a Baby" and "In the Deep South," were produced with sound and color by Mrs. Steele personally. The first dealth with a birth by Cesarian sections and the second with the Mardi Gras at New Orleans. * * * The next Toastmistress meeting will be a picnic in the shelterhouse at Graham Park, at 6:30 p .m., Wednesday, September 25. Farewell Party For Dorothy Steffes :" Dorothy Steffes. who is leaving .Monday to make her home in Santa Ana, Calif., was honored at a no-hostess farewell party Tuesday night at Sunset Inn. < The guest of honor was presented ;vrtth a purse as a parting gift. Bingo was played and prizes awarded. Those present were Marie Subbert, Mary Ann Naberhaus, Theresa Riordan, Edna Binkert, Cecilia Schroeder, Loretta Farrell, Rose Winn, Ruby Heun. Josephine Anthofer, Eleanor Heman, Bernice Kuhleman, Bess Wessling, and Minnie. , Hewung. Arrangements wertjrin charge of Mrs;- Anthofer. TO RESUME MEETINGS Rebekah Lodge No. 191 will resume meetings at 8 p.m. Friday in IOOF Hall after a summer recess of two months. The word salary comes from "salarium" meaning salt money, since Roman Soldiers received part 'of their pay in salt. BRIDE AND GROOM . . . Roselyn Badding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Badding of Arcadia, became the bride of Lon Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers of Arcadia, at St. John's Church in Arcadia, Sat* urday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Diers, who are now on a wedding trip to Niagara Falls, N.Y., will be at home in Decorah after September 16. (Photo by Lyden Studios) A Birthday Party For Francis Johnson A surprise birthday party for Francis Johnson was given Tuesday night in the home of his soh- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meggers at Westside. A gift was presented to Mr. Johnson from the group and refreshments were served at the close of the evening. Those present in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Meggers and son. David, were the guest of honor and Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. C. F. Hagaman, Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald and son. Jay, of Carroll, and Arnold Killeen of Westside. O.N.O. Club.Opens Fall Season of Play • O.N.O. Club opened the fall season with a meeting Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. F. A. Dedrick. * * * Dessert and coffee, served at a dining table, were followed by two tables of contract bridge. Mrs. Jack Donovan, won high score prize; Mrs. A. A. (Oje) Henning, second high; and Mrs. Dale Rickard, the traveling prize. * * * The next meeting will be Wednesday evening, Sept. 25, at Mrs. Clyde Cassill's. OFFERED COMMAND Robert E. Lee's reputation as -a military leader was so great at the outbreak of the Civil War that President Abraham Lincoln offered him command of the federal field forces. Shaving was originally a protective measure since: long beards were easy for opponents in combat to seize. Mokt Up o Party Open 11 p. m. All S«ati 65c CARROLI HEY KIDS Come and See The Magic Window Lady SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 14 10 a. m. to 12 Noon - 2 to 5 p. m. To Be at Safeway Store in Carroll Brought to You by Gui Glaiert Products and Your Safeway Stort FREE SAMPLES OP GUS GLA$ERS AUt-MEAT WIENERS hrjip* \ P!FSI £QIA Atl DAY SATURDAY! Mr. and Mrs, Et J .Kratoika have returned from a lOjday *trip to Minnesota and Canada. They were joined at Esthervllle 'byMr. Kratoska's brother-lfrfriw and sister, Mr. and Mrs, Otto Grimm, who accompanied them to Itasca State Park, Minn.; Ft. William and Port Arthur, Ont., Canada; and down the lakeshore to Du- lutK.. Before returning home by way of Esthervllle, they visited another sister of Mr. Kratoska, Mrs. Agnes Churchill, at Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. G. Smith Thomas attended the matinee performance of "My Fair Lady" in.Des Moines, Wednesday. •. Commander and Mrs. John L. Hansen and family left Tuesday for their home in .Newport, R. I., after a two-day visit at the home of Mrs. Hans Lauridsen. Mrs. Hansen is the widow of Mrs. Lauridsen's son, Lt. Omar Lauridsen of the U. S. Air Force who was killed in World War II. , Kathleen Kerwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Kerwin, left Wednesday for Winona, Minn., to enter the College of St. Teresa as a freshman student. .Tom*andt John 1 Burns left;Thttr»< day for South fiend, Ind., ' where they will enter Notre Dame University. They were accompanied by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Burns. Mary Morrison, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Morrison, left Thursday for Iowa City where she will be a freshman music major at the State University of Towa. She was accompanied by her mother who will return Friday. Mrs. Nellie Stangl has returned from a visit of two months with relatives and friends in Manitoba, Canada., At Delerine, she visited her son the Rev. Herbert Stangl, at Culross her son Edmond, and at Portage La Prairie her son Paul and daughter Mrs. Leo Moran and family. In Portage La Prairie she was joined by her son-in-law and daughter! Mr. and Mrs. Russell Pelletier of Alameda. Calif., who returned with her to Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Pelletier left Tuesday for their home in Alameda. PREVENTS COAGULATION The lamprey feeds on fish by injecting into the fish's wound a chemical which prevents coagulation of the blood. This enables the lamprey to gorge himself with his round sucker-mouth. Ron Eischeid, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eischeid of Halbur, left Thursday for Omaha to begin his sophomore year ' at Creighton University. Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyers of Antinito. Colo., came Tuesday night for a few days' visit .with Dr. Meyers' sister, Mrs. J. C. Arts. Wedding rings are placed on the third finger of the left hand because of an old. Egyptian belief that a nerve ran from that finger to the heart. Mr. and Mrs, Tony Miller of Tuscon, Ariz., who have been guests in the T. J. Kerwin home, have gone to Wisconsin for a visit but will return here in about two weeks. Mrs. Miller is a sister of Mrs. Kerwin. OPEN 6.45 CARROLI _^s» cnnnou.in. ~ WATERS WEEK-END Cotton Knit Slefpers Sa u $1.98 Children's sizes !• to ,4. Children's Hats s .i. $1.00 Velvets, felts, for fall and winter. Boxer Style Slacks s.u $1.00 Boys and Girls. 6 months to 8 years. Indian Blankets Nylon, cotton and rayon blend. $al . $2.98 Sheet Blankets Fulli sizei, brushed cotton,•;• Sal. $1.19 Girls' Cotton Slips $1,00 Eyelet trim, addia'^ar>hem. azeto 14. '. v " : :^,Remnant Table, All Pieces Half Price! Pillow Cases Famous brand muslin. For $1.00 Fitted Mattress Pod $4.95 Full size quoted. 5% Wool Plaid Pairs S p K i.i $3?5 Warm 'double-blanket.. :•..': •. ;: -^f Net Pish Cloths 10 ,.r*f| Triple Roll Ai^ie$s v lE-*Kii ».-:|SI^ Ladies and. Girls Sizes Outing Flannel •7- H • , ! 5 Y.rd. $1.00; 27-inch. For diapers, gowns. V Outing Flannel 4 yards $1.00 foinch. For pajamas, gowns. Ons Group of School Girls Dresses V TT.,1 n » , ' ipeelsl $3195 Tall styles.. Broken, sizes, to.14,• Regular $5.85. ., 5th St

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