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Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. HaU. fhlmblebee, Mrs. R. H. Lott. Pass-Timers Club, Mrs. A. M. Osterlund. Post-Nuptial Party in Honor Of Mrs. Quinn Mrs. J. B. Dopheide and Mrs. Richard Steenson were hostesses in the Steenson home Wednesday night at a post-nuptial party for Mrs. Kenneth Quinn of Lake View, the former Lorraine Hess. • * * Dessert and coffee served by the hostesses at tables decorated in Mrs. Quinn's colors, pink and white, were followed by games of canasta and bridge. High prizes were won by Genevieve Hess, Mrs. Everett Bliss and Mrs. Carl J. Hess; low prizes by Mrs. Lillian Reinhart, Maxine Reinhart, and Tresa Hess. * * * Other guests were Katharine Hess, Mayme Hess, Judee Hess, Mrs. Frank Lewis, ^and Mrs. George J. Hess. The guest of honor was presented with a gift from the hostesses. Farewell Party Held for Joe Conley Mr. and Mrs. George Conley gave a farewell party at th &r home Wednesday night for their son, Joe, who is leaving Sunday to become a freshman student at Loras College, Dubuque. Guests were 12 of Joe 's school friends Cards were played during the evening after whiqh a lunch was served by Mrs. Conley and her daughter, Mary Kaye. Saturday— Priscllla Alden Chapter, D.A.R., Constitution Day meeting, 1 p.m., Hotel Burke. 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 Cluh. 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. Dor ah Brogden. E.L.J. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche. Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Wednesday— St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers, parish hall. Presbyterian Women's Organization, church undercroft. Methodist WSCS Circles — Grace, Mrs. C. C. Roberts; Margaret, Mrs. James W. Wilson; Thekla, Mrs. W. E. Bates. H. G. Club, Mrs. J. P. Bowler. Thursday- Ladies Night smorgasbord, Elks Club, 7 p.m. Carroll Girl Scout Council, Iowa Public Service building. Wa-Tan-Ye Club intercity meeting. Hotel Burke. Methodist W.S.C.S. Night Circle, Mrs. Dale Jungst. Friday- Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. George Conrad. F.L.C. Club afternoon tea, Mrs. Don Hillyer. SS. Peter & " Paul's rummage sale, Fri, and Sat., Sept. 20 and 21, Central "Food Market, 8:30 For pickup call .3670 or 2268. Adv 450 Served at Benefit Luncheon Of Church Cirqle Approximately 450 guests were served at a benefit luncheon of the October Circle of <SS. Peter and Paul Rosary and Altar Society, Thursday afternoon, in the auditorium of SS. Peter and Paul School. * * * Bouquets of fall flowers were arranged along each luncheon table. Following luncheon, 30 tables of cards were played and prizes were awarded. Arrangements for the event were in charge of Mrs. Clem White, chairman, and Mrs Agnes Wiedemeyer, co-chairman, of the October Circle, assisted by circle members. Football T/ieme For Newcomers Dinner Our Family Plan Chlldran at all Tlmw 50c MatlnM* — 1:45 p. m. Adults 90c Students 75e Evanings — 7:45 p. m. Adults $1.50 Students 90c 2 Performances Dally 1:45 and 7:45 p. m. ISP - / f CEQLR&EMlLLE'S GOMMANDMENTS CHARITON Yd ANHt , HE5T0N • BRYNNER • BAXTER YVONNE ROBINSON • DL CARLO PAGET JOHN DEREK s SIRCtDHIC 'NINA MARTHA HARPWICKE-fOCH. SCOTT JODITH ANDERSON ;YINCMTPRIC£ of- i- ', < **.|» *. I, UN(AiAACKIM1 .' «JXtlA >lW.JIl.4»C»CA«l55 *f(m >«IC»./»Mt» AUNU l^*TECHNlCOU )Rr Starts 70 at Meeting Of Church Guild TEMPLETON - Sacred Heart Guild of Templeton held its September meeting in the church basement with approximately 70 members present. Plans were completed for the chicken supper to be served Sunday, Sept. 15. A report on the D.C.C.W. convention to be held in Carroll in October was given by Clara Schreck and Luella Klein. Elaine Schwaller reported on the ictivities of the August circle and on the recent rummage sale. After a brief talk by Rev. William Buchholtz, the meeting closed. Lunch was served and entertainment followed. Les Amies Club Opens Fall Season Members of Les Amies Club held their first meeting of the fall season Thursday night at the home or Teresa Brandl. Each member was asked to bring a toy, preferably a doll, for the Christmas project of , t h e Women's Bureau of,, the Chamber of Commerce. Mrs. Ray Werni- morit was awarded a prize for the best contribution. * * * Three tables of bridge were played with high pVize going to Dorothy Schmidt and second high to Mrs. Jim Meehan. Lunch was served after the games. The next meeting will be Tuesday evening, September 24, at Thelma Winnike's. Jerry Steffes,- son of Mr. and Mrs. John Steffes, will leave this weekend for Gunther Air Force Base in Alabama after spending two weeks at home; He came here from Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. , Glidden Ladies Aid Holds Annual Guest Program GLIDDEN — The annual guest day of Peace Lutheran Ladies Aid Society was held Sept. II, with 35 guests and 41 members present. Guests were from Arcadia, Carroll, Lake City, and Jefferson societies. Mrs. Max Huffman and Mrs. Gus Johnson had charge of the registration. The president. Mrs. Fred Rudi, welcomed the guests. The meeting opened with the hymn, "Blest .be the Tie That Binds." Mrs. Merritt Butrick read scripture from 1 Cor. 13. The opening prayer, written by Pastor Brewer, was led by Mrs. J. W. Loeschen. Mrs. Don Stiles, Mrs. Charles Best, Mrs. Frank Miller and Mrs. Leland Roden sang several sacred selections. * * * A tape recording by Martin Kruse, executive of Dakota Boy's Ranch of Minot, N. D., giving the daily routine schedule for the i boys, was presented. Mrs. Brewer gave a short commentary of the Boy's Ranch, also stressing the need for more and larger Christian homes, such as Boy's Ranch, for homeless and wayward boys. A Bible quiz was also conducted by Mrs. Brewer. This portion of the meeting closed with the hymn "Beautiful Saviour," and The Lord's Prayer in unison. Mrs. John Graves read a poem titled "Dairy of the Bible." * * * The program committee, Mrs. E. Thede, Mrs. Max Huffman, and Mrs. John Graves led the group in games and contests. Prizes were given the winners. Following the table prayer, guests were ushered to f he church parlors where refreshments were served by the lunch committee, Mrs. Ray Kruse, Mrs. Harry Piatt and Mrs. Lyle Markley, and helpers. Kardettes Open at Mrs. Dick Collison's The Kardettes met for their opening meeting of the fall season Thursday night at Mrs. Richard Collison's. High score prize was won by Mrs. John Carlin of Breda, low by Mrs. Lewis Rich of Glidden, and the traveling prize by Mrs. Vincent Langenfeld. * * * Lunch was served at a dining table decorated in a fall theme with a brown cloth and centerpiece of winter flowers flanked by chartreuse candles. Multicolored plastic leaves were scattered over the table top. Mrs. James Furey will be hostess at the next meeting in two weeks. A football theme provided the setting for the September meeting of Newcomers Club, Thursday night in the Driftwood' Room of Hotel Burke. Tables were arranged in stadium fashion with footballs of various sizes along each table and bags of popcorn as favors at each place, j In the center of the semi-circle j was a green-covered table set up like a football field with a manikin dressed in a football uniform kicking goal. Goal posts were decorated in orange and black, colors of Carroll High School, and red and gold, colors, of Kuemper High School. Members of the committee were Mrs. Ed Gerlich, chairman, Mrs. Harold J. Heidel, Mrs. Irving Bliss, and Mrs. Harold Rowley. Forty-seven members and guests were present including eight new members — Mrs. Jim Birmingham, Marilyn Fuller, Mrs. Raymond Buman, Mrs. Leonard Murrin, Mrs. Ralph Nelson, Mrs. Elmer Buswell, Mrs. Vincent Powers, and Mrs. Frank Bramhall. t Mrs. Don Layne won the free- dinner prize. Mrs. V. I. McGrady, chairman of the annual dinner dance, reported on plans for the dance which is to be held in October. Members of the committee working with Mrs. McGrady are Mrs. Roger Oelerich, Mrs. Frank Eulberg, and Mrs. Arlo Epperson. Bridge and canasta were played during the remainder of the evening. High prize for bridge was won by Mrs. William Orr and low by Mrs. H, L. McCoy; high for canasta by Mrs. Ray Berger, and low, Mrs. Lester Riesberg. Committee members for the October meeting will be Mrs. Ernest Grenier, Mrs. R. J. McMahon, Mrs. Leon Orhlund, and Mrs. G. L. Churchsmith. Acknowledgment is given by the September committee to Ed Buchmann of Woolworth's for lending footballs, Bill Keith of Ellerbroek's for the manikin, and Mrs. Edward S. White for the football uniform. Timts Harald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Sept. 13, 1957 Janice Engl en, Bride-Elect, Is Feted at Shower Janice Engelen,*'who is to marry Depnis Boes at St. Joseph Church Saturday, Sept. 21, was honored by her co-workers in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company with a miscellaneous shower Thursday night at the home of Janet Schoenjahn. Hostesses were Miss Schoen jahn, Elaine Wiskus and Louise Bowler, Gifts from the group were arranged on a table decorated with a bridal doll under a flower-covered trellis. Miss Engelen also was ; presented with a corsage from the hostesses. Guests in addition to the hostesses and Miss Engelen were Kay Fleskes, Donna Ramaekers, Mary Jane Tigges, Faye Butler, Marjorie Rupiper, Beverly Rutten, Janet Schenkelberg, Connie Laurinat and Mrs. Robert Olsen. Lunch was served by the hostesses. * * • Mrs. -Hichard Sorensen and Mrs. Robert Olsen were hostesses at a shower-picnic for Miss Engelen Monday night at the Sorensen home. The picnic supper was in the nature of a wiener roast. Two gifts were presented to Miss Engelen by the hostesses and members of the group which included Mrs. Lou Galetick, Janet Schaben, Sheryl Schumacher and Lois Olsen. Mrs. Charles Keefe Entertains for N.O.E. N.O.E. Club opened the season with a dessert-bridge Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Charles Keefe. * * * Mrs. Ed Riley was the winner of high score prize and Mrs. L. L. Akin low. Mrs. Akin will be hostess at the next meeting in two weeks. CONGREGATION TO cfeLEBR ATE DIAMOND JUBILEE .... The congregation of Peace Lutheran church, Wall Lake; will observe the 75th anniversary of the: church .Sunday, September ltf. , The hew edifice shown above was dedicated In April of 1956. Rev. George W. Wlttmer of St. Louis,. Mo., will speak at the morning service. Nationally-known, .he has spoken on the International Lutheran Hour, Rev. O. E. Weiss Is pastor of Peace church. Churches Letter carriers' uniforms are a 50-50 blend of the Union Blue and Confederate Gray. ENDS SATURDAY . . . Hitchcock's "The Wrong Man JACK AS T/SGT. JIM MOORE, U.S. MARINES- TOUGHEST OF THE TOUGH-GUY DRILL INSTRUCTORS STARTS SUNDAY DON DUBBINS-JACKIE LOUGHERYLIN MCCARTHY Continuous Show Sunday . . . Doors Open of 1:00 p. m. Regular Admission prices Area Bands Going To Ames Sept. 21st AMES — The football season at Iowa State College will get under way with the music of 30 Iowa high school bands, Sept. 21. As Denver University meets the Cyclones on Clyde Williams Field in Ames that afternoon the bandsmen will be both guests of the College and performers during the halftime ceremonies. The celebration will be known as King Day in honor of Karl King, Iowa's internationally famous band director. At the half time the bands will form "KING" on the field, and play two of his numbers as King himself does the directing. As the massed band takes the field it will play Sousa's "El Capitan" march under the direction of Alvin R. Edgar, head of, the de partmentwf music at the college • Carroll area bands and directors accepting include: Coon Rapids, Merlin L. Johnson; Glidden, Hugh Eicke; Jefferson, Robin Snyder; and Lake City, Jerry Kinney. 1ST METHODIST CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. C. P. Hughes, Minister. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Preaching Service at 10:30 a.m. The Methodist Senior Youth Fellowship will meet in Friendship Hall Sunday evening at 6:30. Esther Circle will meet in Friendship Hall Monday evening at 8:00 p.m. The Executive Board of the W.S.C.S. will meet in Friendship Hall Tuesday, Sept. 17, at 1:30 o'clock to fill out their reports. Dorcas Circle will meet with Pearl Poole Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Electa Circle will meet with Florence Kline Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. PROMOTION DAY SUNDAY Promotion Day will be observed Sunday in the Methodist Sunday School. All units except adults will be advanced to higher classes. In accordance with an annual custom, Bibles will be presented to boys arid girls who are promoted from third to fourth grades. The annual Rally Day, which usually follows Promotion Day, will be held after the Sunday School has moved to the new building at 17th and Adams streets. ENDS TONIGHT (Friday) Ray Milland in' "LISBON" CARROLL OUTDOOR I Ml: A i HI" Sun. thru Wed. AUrr VIRGINIA EDM0ND LADD'MAW-O'BRIEN »JAGUAR »«aeiw .HtKNnoi» WARNER BR0& Open at 7;0O P. M. Adults 6Qc Children Under 12 FREE! ST. JOHN'S AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH (A National Lutheran Council Church) Grant Twp., Glidden. Iowa Geo. J. Gundel, Pastor. Sunday School and Bible Class— 9:00 a.m. Divine Service—10:00 a.m. Now that we as a congregation, by the Grace of God, have passed the milestone of 65 years of congregational existence, we look ahead with confidence and Faith! The Theme for our last Sunday's Festival was: "Lead On, O King Eternal!" It is with this hope and prayer that we can and shall march on in the building of God's Kingdom at home and abroad. May, we extend a ,most cordial invitation to everyone to attend all our Services. Go to Church Sunday! Let us seek God's Kingdom first! Chicken supper Sunday evening: Our Ladies Aid-sponsored annual Chicken supper will be served in the Church-parlors Sunday evening, Sept. 15. Serving begins at 4:45. Suppers are 50c for children and $1.00 for adults. The public is also invited to this event! Our Confirmation School: The first class of our Confirmation School met Saturday morning. We have six members in the class: Virginia Gross, Sharon Olerich, Jane Stuhr, Paul Best. Donald Berns and Dennis Sissel. May we remember our class In our daily Prayers! Luther League news: Our Luther League recently decided to have a hayride the evening of Septem- Mrs. John Steffes and son, Donald, are leaving Monday to join Mr. Steffes who is. employed in Santa Ana, Calif., where they will make their future home. The family lives at 334 N. Whitney Street in Carroll. Betty Alnsworth has returned to Columbus, .0., after visiting at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Paecoe. Judee lEIess, daughter of Mrs. George J. Hess, left Friday to resume her studies at Clarke College, Dubuque. Diane Wittrock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wittrock, will leave Sunday to enter Clarke College as a freshman student. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Burrows and three sons, Linden, Stephen, and Mark are moving Saturday from their present residence at 101 N. Grant Road to the downstairs apartment at 724 N. Carroll Street. Mr. Burrows is employed with the Iowa Public Service Company. ber 29, followed by a wiener roast at the Glidden,Park. They plan to invite the Glidden League. The food committee for this event: Miss Shirley Gross, Miss Marlene Prill, Miss Joy Stuhr and Miss Ann Johnson. The general arrangement committee: Denis Best, Larry Heuton, Ray Peters and Robert Gross. The regular League meeting will be held Sept. 26. The serving committee: Miss Darlene Berns and Denis Best. Junior and Intermediate Choir practice: Wednesday evening. September 18. Our Choirs certainly added to the beauty of the Anniversary and Mission Services last Sunday! Mrs. H. C. Gotch left Thursday for Des Moines to spend the weekend with Marie Perkins and attend a performance of "My Fair Lady" on Saturday. Mr. Gotch will join her in Des Moines for the return trip Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Helnen and daughters, Martha and Melinda, of Halbur and Beulah Osborne of Carroll were dinner guests of Miss Osborne's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Byron Provost, at their home in Lake View Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koon and daughter, Karen, went to Iowa City Wednesday, where Karen was enrolled for the school year in the School for Handicapped Children at the State University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Koon returned Wednesday night. Rev. George W. Wlttmer The Rev. Russell Grundineier of Groton, S. D.. arrived Wednesday night from St. Louis, Mo., where he had been attending a Lutheran church meeting, for a week's visit at the home of his parent?, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Grundmeier. His wife and two daughters have been here since Labor Day. They will feturn to their home in Groton next week. Jim Welch Named By Education Group Jim Welch, athletic coach and teacher of social studies at Coon Rapids High School, was appointed at a meeting of the executive committee of the Carroll County Education Association in Coon Rapids Wednesday night to succeed Martin Tonn as vice president of the association. Mr. Tonn, who formerly was county supervisor of special education has moved to Moorhead, Minn., where he is a member of the faculty! of Minnesota State College. First meeting of the County Education Council was set for 7:30 p.m. October 1, at Carroll High School. Delegates from all public schools in the county are expected to attend. A tentative calendar for the year's activities was set up and committees were appointed subject to approval by the council on October 1. The meeting was conducted by. Dale Jungst of Carroll High; School, president. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jackson and Mrs. Patt Hickman and son, Buddy, left Wednesday for their home in Tacoma, Wash., after a visit of two weeks with Mrs. Amelia Koon and James Vanderheiden and Bill Koon families. Mrs. Jackson is a daughter of Mrs. Amelia Koon. at the STARLINE Ballroom Saturday Sept. 14 The Dixie- landers' 1 Tuesday Sept. 17 Skippy Anderson and His Orchestra Benefit Carroll American Legion Big Kiddie Show! CARROLI Saturday , . • Matinee Only! Francis the Talking Mule In "Francis Goes to West Point" All Laughs and Fun PLUS TWO Big Cartoons and Comedy Open at 1:30 p. m. Children Undtr 12 CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE SATURDAY • • • No.1 A Terror .Never Known By Man! "Gorilla at Large" IN COLOR With CAMERON MITCHELL No* 2* If She Talked Would She Live? Accused of Murder" IN COLOR With DAVID BRIAN No. 3 - Gates Open at 7 p. m. mm rieruMt TH* NIGHT THB WORLD EXPLODED! 1^ KATHKYN GRANT • WIUIAM ISSU8 Plus 4 Big Color Cartoons Adults 75c ... Children Under 12 Free!