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September 14, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Zion Church Harvest Fest September 15 ' MANNING—The annual Harvest Festival ot Zlon Lutheran Church will be held on Sunday, Sept. 15. _ Rev. Paul Stephen, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church In Deg Moines will be afternoon speaker, at the B*estiv,al service. * Two morning services at 8:00 and 10:30 will be conducted by Rev,-George B. Eschenbacher of Zion Lutheran Church. ' A harvest festival _ dinner, open to the public, will be served at noon, beginning at 11:00 a.m. TImil H§r»\d, Csrr«ll, lews m Saturday, Sept, 14, 1957 . J) Rev. Boehnkes Celebrate Their 20th Anniversary (Time* Herald New* Jerries) LAKE CITY - In celebration of the wedding anniversary of Rev. and Mrs. Arnold Boehnke of Lake City Thursday September 5, there was a family gathering in the Boehnke home. Guests included Mrs. Clara Roenfans, Miss Tillie Boehnke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boehnke, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boehnke, Cindy and Gary, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Boehnke and Beverly, all of Ventura; also Mr. and Mrs. Albert Boehnke, Mr. and Mrs. William Boehnke and 'Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boehnke and Dale all of Garner. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. William Goodyear Wednesday and Thursday of last week was Mr. Good* year's brother, Howard Goodyear of, Pittsburgh, Pa. Weekend guests of Mrs. Cora Pratt were Edith Wilcox of Alta and Mrs. Jack McKee of Phoenix, "Ari. Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Pratt of Omaha, and Mrs. Edna Schmidt, Lake View. Mr. and Mrs. 'George Andrews entertained overnight Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schaem of Hust- lsford, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Davenport were in Indianola Monday to attend the funeral services held there in the Presbyterian church for Arthur Lundgren who died last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Glasgow and Mrs. Hazel Gregg spent Sunday in Lincoln, Iowa, visiting the families of Mrs. Glascow's sister, Mrs. Wm. Hogan, and her brother, Walter E. Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Moyers returned Saturday from a 10-day trip. They toured the Black Hills, and visited the Howard Moyers home in Cheyenne, Wyo.. and the Ross Moyers in Denver, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Crawford of Mason City spent Tuesday afternoon here with Mrs. Roy Crawford. They were returning from PRETTY KITTY . .. Wearing an Impressive white feline mask with flamboyant whiskers, pretty Princess Domltllia Ruspoli, of Rome, steals the show at an Elsa Maxwell party In Venice. European bluebloods and movie stars provided the glitter for the affair, held in connection with the city's 18th annual Film Festival. Gold Star Members of Auxiliary Honored At Manning Meeting (Time* Herald New* Serrlee) ' MANNING — Gold Star members of the American Legion Aux-, iliary were honored at a regular meeting of the unit held at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening, Sept. 10. A regular business meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Orla Peters; Mrs. Orren Ramsey, child welfare chairman, reported that she was purchasing clothing for the unit's assigned child. Mrs. Edwin Johnson*, retiring chairman, told of several gifts, sent to the unit's sponsored child at Glenwood. Mrs. Merlin Struve reported on junior activities; the secretary reported that the membership drive was well under way; Mrs. Henry J. M. Hansen told of activities of the Past President's parley. Mrs. Merlin Struve gave results of the unit's bake sale held on Aug. 31. Mrs. Ray Pratt reported on the county meeting held at Manning Sept. 8. The group voted to contribute to the Crippled Children's drive being sponsored by the VFW. The president reported on* the use of hospital equipment. Bed rails owned by the unit are now being used by the Dedham unit. Members of the unit served „ .lunch the afternoon of the funer- Kansas City, Mo. where they were | al of Mrs. William Puck. An - • acknowledgment of the service was received from the family of Mrs. Puck. The unit president and secretary attended school of instruction for officers at Carroll. A local school of instruction will be held soon. Per capita dues will be paid to the Department office this month. Following adjournment, tea was served from a table centered with a floral arrangement of yellow and bronze daisy mums, flanked by yellow tapers. Mrs. Orla Peters was - at the silver service. Gifts were presented to Mrs. Hugo Ress and Mrs. John Mohr, the Gold Star mothers who were present. Mrs. Joe Weiss was in charge of luncheon arrangements. Mrs. Mildred Lyden received the draw prlie. The Junior American Legion Auxiliary'met at the Legion Hall Tuesday, Sept. 10, After school, with 21 present. New officers were instructed by the leaders, Mrs. Merlin Struve and Mrs. Merlin Schroeder. The girls will study flag etiquette this year. Following the business meeting, Cecils and Patricia Calvert served. Kathleen Weiss received the draw prize. guests of the Furman Redmans. Rev. Shipley Heads Ministers <Ttm«* B«mld Ntm Smte*) LAKE CITY - Rev. Eugene Shipley was elected president of the Lake City ministerial association at their meeting held Sept. S at the Methodist parsonage here. Rev. H. D. Prather was chosen vie § president; Rev. William Green, secretary-treasurer. Other members of the association are Rev. \C. O. Stuckenbruck, Rev. David Luke, and Rev. Silas Anderson. The date for the annual reception for the public school teachers was set for September 24. Mrs. Frank Kir sen was installed as president of the Lake City Business and Professional Women at their opening dinner held at the community building here Monday evening Sept. 9. Mr*, Robert Allen, St., retiring president, was Installing officer. Other officers installed were' Miss Doris Mclntlre, vice president; Mrs. Harry Rice, secretary; and Miss Carol Clarin, treasurer. About 40 attended. A membership drive is being launched with Miss Ziporah Braunschweig as cfiairman. Lake City's Shakespeare club began its club year Monday evening with a 6:30 dinner at the home of Mrs. W. E. McCrary. Mrs, McCrary reviewed "The Seven Wonders 6f • the World" by Lowell Tnomas. New members are Mrs. Donald Henderson and Mrs. Wayne Huffman. Mrs. H. B. McConkey Is club president. The dinner'com­ mittee were Mrs, McCrary, Mrs. McConkay, MfS; -P> Lr Dowling, Mrs. S. M. O'Connor, Miss Eva Rowe. and Mrs. ft W. Hobart. ' The Entfe'Nous Music elub ba- gan the new club year with a dessert luncheon Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. M. Short* Mrs, C. C v DeLottg discussed" the "Development of the Pianoforte in England.*' Each member present played a selection," Mi's. Paul Duggins Is a hew member. Mrs, Richard Johnston is president, Squadron of the 25th Infantry, Dl two Leave For Valparaiso University (Time* Herald New* Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brotherson returned this weekend after taking their daughter, Lorene, to Valparaiso, Ind., where she will attend the University of Valparaiso. En route home, Mr. and Mrs, Brotherson vacationed in Illinois and Wisconsin. * •• Gordon Jensen left Sunday for Valparaiso, Ind., where hn is en* terlng his third year at the University of Valparaiso. Mrs. Mildred Christie of Chica, go, 111,, returned to her home last week, after spending several weeks at Patterson Farm, as a I guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carl f Koapke. Saturday afternoon a birthday party was held in the home^of Mr and Mrs. Johannes Herrman in honor of Joan Ewoldt's birthday Guests of Joan's, were DI a n n < Ewbldt and Bette Kruse, Carroll Joann Yetter and Jackie Lind stroma 'Arcadia: Gloria and Bon IN FIELD EXERCISE SCHOFIELD BARRACKS Hawaii w Army Pfc. Louis C. Hahn, ton of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob J. Hahn, Route 3, Carroll, U par ticipatlng In a field training exw-,-..„...,„. V „ M ,„, ulutlo miu PUII . cise with the 3d Reconnaissance I nle Jurgensen.Aspinwali; Annette and Anita Staffers,, Judy Drees- vision's 4th Cavalry at Pohakuloa sen, Cheryl Rickets and a u * a.. Training. Area in Hawaii, The ex- Sommerj, . Weataida.' Additional erclse, which Is scheduled to end visitors were Merlin Jorgensen of Oct. 3,' Includes ' training' with Anplnwall, Mr). Minnie Vetter and tanks, armored personnel carriers Frank of Manning and Mr. and and light planes. Hahn Js assigned Mrs. Albert Vetter of Arcadia, to the squadron's Troop A. He entered the Army in August 1956 and completed iailc tfaintng at Fort Knox, Kyr,The M-year-otd soldier was graduated from Car« roll High School in W\. ,•. Get Your Date • • • Make It a Its The Annual AMERICAN LEGION Maurice Dunn Post Number 7 at the Starline Ballroom TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 17 Dance to the Satin Smooth Music of Skippy Anderson Admission (Including Tax) Everyone Is Welcome Your Attendance to This Gay Affair Will Help the Legion to Continue Their Support of These Projects: Firing Squad for military burials and civic function. Boy Scout troop. Swimming pool. Boys State-It is through the membership of the Legion that these boys are able to be sponsored. Service Officer veterans. Oratorical contest. Aid and advice to Best students and best athletes awards for high school graduates. Memorial Dayceremony for departed veterans. Children's Christmas party. DON'T MISS THE LEGION DANCE - ALL YOUR FRIENDS WILL BE THERE! Septa 16 thru 12 - American Constitution Week In accordance with a Congmsional resolution, the President of the United Spates hat proclaimed the weak of September 16-22 as Constitution We.ek, The resolution calls far annual action on this great observance in schools, churches and other suitable places* Prlscilla Aldan Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. THESt PROGRISSIVI MERCHANTS ARI SPONSORING THIS BOOSTER PAGS AMUSEMENTS Carroll Theatre 106 ft 8tb St DUJ MM AUTOMOTIVE Houlihan Motor* Bvy 71 A- 3rd Dial 2377 Automotive Ileetrie 626 N. Main DIM 3591 AWNINGS and GLASS J George Millar 17 104 4tb St Dial »U» BAKERIES Carroll Bakery S26 N. Adam* Dial »33T OftUO STORES Rettenmaier Drug Stora 118 W 5tb St Dial 2805 FARM IMPLEMENTS Burgas* Tractor Co. 802 N Main St Dial SIM 'FARM MANAGEMENT v. stuart parry 611 N> Watt fit Dial MAS FINANCIAL •. ORGANIZATIONS FLORISTS Park Oardeh* Kait on Hwv SO Dial 1320 FOOD STORES toe N n coluft , st V '^taYous GIFT SHOP Tl 621 Tho Loft N. Mala MANUFACTURERS Carroll Creamery Co. 317 W StVl St. Dial 2221 Haider Manufacturing Co. 122 W Sta St OJal 3571 MORTICIANS Huffman Funeral Homa T05 N. Carroll Dial 2252 PLUMBING A HBATIN6) Joe P. Frank 213 E. 6th St Dial 3392 Schock'* Plumbing A Heating 216 Waat 8U» 8t , CiurrbU Iowa Dial 3868 SHOI REPAIR Andortort Bro* Shea Star* 510 N Adarna Dial 9»ST SOFT WATBR SIRViet Prank J, Buchhait SltN Mala otkl Mil UTltlTltS Iowa Public Sarvlea cav 529 N MslB Ola) 3518 Iowa IlietfU Llfht A Powor 126 W 4U»8t Dial »W WHOLESALE HOUfltS Why Oft lltawhsra Whan C*rrol| Hu "It"

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