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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 17, 1957
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Scout Leader Course Here In 2 Sessions A Girl Scout leadership training course for District Three will be held in two sessions, September 26 and October 1, from 9 a.m. to 4:40 p.m., in the Fellowship Hall of the new Methodist Church at 17th and Adams Streets. Lunch will be served by the Methodist Woman's Society of| Christian Service for $1.25.. The course will give those attending the training necessary to be qualified leaders in Girl Scouting. Each woman attending the full course will receive a certificate stating she has completed the required training. All leaders are asked to attend and mothers, board members, or others interested are invited. Officials said that there is an urgent need for leaders in St. Joseph and SS. Peter and Paul parishes. Women who think they would enjoy working with girls of j these parishes are urged to join i the class and find out what is in- 1 volved. ! Towns taking part will he Lohrville, Lanesboro, Lake City, Rock- 1 well City, Scranton, Grand Junc-| tion. Coon Rapids, Carroll and! Auburn. Representatives of out-of -i town districts wishing to attend! are welcome. The trainers will bej Mrs. Russell Bergstrom and Mrs. Ralph Wickers. Reservations should be made by September 20 with Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp, 1351 Quint Avenue, .Carroll; telephone. 2785. TlmM Hsrale), Carrell, It. v p> Tuasday, Sapt. 17, 1957 Lake View School News Vol. CamBllta far tehaai o» Carrat pendant « No. PUPILS TAKE TESTS The Iowa tests of Education Development were given Thursday and Friday of this week. All pupils of the ninth through the 12th grade participated. The tests are given every two years. STUDENT COUNCIL ELECTS Election of officers of the Student Council was held Friday noon. Joe Glosemeyer was elected president; Judy Sproul, vice president; and Linda Reida, secretary and treasurer. Members from each grade include: Grade 9 — Peggy Hunter and Bill McKinley; Grade 10—Judy Sproul and Jim Frisbie; Grade 11 — Myrna Spurling and Ronnie Arndt and Jim Wessman; Grade It — Gloria Shannon and Larry Drilling. Athletic* — Girls; Sue Griffin. Boys: Jim Stodden. music — Instrumental — Linda Reida, Vocal — Joe Glosemeyer; paper staff — Karen Riddle; annual — FHA — Freda Manthe; FFA — John D. Frerichs. 18 Injured In Grain Mill Blast OAKLAND, Calif. W-An explosion ripped off the roof of the big; waterfront. Albers Grain Mill here, i gutting the sixth floor and seriously injuring 18 workers, somej critically. ' Several workers were hurled \ from the building, along with shat- j tered windows, steel and concrete! that scattered for hundreds of feet! along the adjoining Southern Pa-; cific railway. Fire Marshal Edwin A. Hentzel; said a spark in the heavy grain' dust could have triggered the explosion. ! ADULT SCHOOL An organizational meeting of the annual adult evening school will be. held in the Home Economics Room at 7:30 Tuesday Sept. 17. The committee of approximately lfi includes Supt. D. W. McKinley, vocational agriculture instructor. Bob Samuelson, vocational homemaking instructor. Joyce Jarnigan, a member of the school board and representatives from both the town and country. It is planned to have the evening school meet on Monday, Nov. 18 for the first of 10 weekly meetings. .DETROIT. * i'df* 2 LOS ANGELES NEW YORK- PHILADELPHIA ^CINCINNATI KANSAS CITY "WHAT GOES UP" . . . The dirt rising from an incinerator and other cause* must come down. A national organization's survey on polluted air shows (see News- chart) how many tons of "particulate matter"—dirt—there is In each cubic mile of atmosphere over many U.S. cities. Minneapolis was found to be the cleanest sizable city with only 53 tons. Housewives, the survey revealed, add great amounts of dirt to the air just shaking duslmops. A back yard incinerator, it added, is worse than a blast furnace in raising more dirt per tomburned. Animals, Birds Natural Hams': Video Trainer By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK UP)—"Animals. J pre easier to deal with then people— because they are more predicta- able," said Fred Birkner, who operates a television school for our furred and feathered friends. A video college for animals and birds? Yes, indeed, and pray why not? If a politician or a movie star feels he needs a few lessons nated and told to do something on cue. Insects, of course, are the worst of all—except trained fleas." Institute at Hospital on Wednesday An Institute of Premature Care, sponsored by the Division of Maternal and Child Health of the "In my experience," remarked lowa League for Nursing, will be Birkner, "few animals are bad' ne 'd in the auditorium of St. An- actors. Thoy are natural hams.! thony School of Nursing from 9:30 however, and all they need is a am - to 4 P m > Wednesday, little training-then they start act-; About 50 administrators, disc­ ing like human stars." ; tors of nurs j ngi instructors and His top actor is Mohammed, a obstetrical supervisors are ex- , . • mw u. _i. n ,'.M n 'f i nlJ > l °P acior is ivionamrw before going on TV, why shouldn t J wn ^ e horse who has bcen , n lhe pecte( i from hospitals of Central a horse,^ a boa constructor or a j profeMion fol . more than l5 yearg j i„ wa . parakeet? , . . . . I and is currently appearing with! The institute will open with an I A t, h l\ Ch ? l ™\, ? a £l : Lto. ! Elhel Merman in " Ha PPy Hunt-; introduction by Madeline M. Don- " mals' School on West 48th Street. mKi » He nas even i eB rned in tele- nelly M D M PH director of Birkner conditions his winged and ; v , s , 0|) appearanccs , n turn anrl the of Mater ' nal ami child four-footed scholars to the "gjjf j look for the red light, of the cam- Health, State Department of and sounds of a television stuciio. i era _ aml give it nis beUcr pro . Hpa | (n Des Mojnes "This is to remove their nerv-jfile. j 0thcr speakm and subjectK on . otisness, he explained. j Animals do just about as welll |h ( » program are "Prevention of A donkey sits patiently listen-; rinancially. if not belter, than two- Prematurity" by William C. Keeling to a record playing canned ; | e g gP< d actors. A cat or mouse te | MD professor of the Depart- laughter and applause. A horse is ge ( s $35 f or ...-u. • led around to get him accustomed to TV cables writhing about the| on ro | e floor. A monkey stares inquisi -j tively as a dummy camera is i wheeled up to his face for a close- 1 up. Clem, a trained lamb, learns j to stand patiently at ease under, bright hot lights. " i No Jeers "The one sound we don't have; to condition them to is jeers." j said Birkner. "I have never: 8 . Wa L k ?. 0 « ^ , pa^, • a hna ment of "'Obstetrics and Gynecolo- constnctor up to $450 for a creep Rocket Engine Explodes; One Dead, Six Injured , . . . ., DOVER. N..J. iff) - An experi known people to boo an animal; menlal rocke , enRinp fh , actor. gy, University Hospitals, Iowa City; "Prenatal Nutrition" by .Ju-j lia Dearchs, nutritionist. State De-; partment of Health; "Physiology,] and Pediatric Problems of the Premature Infant" by Ruth Mc-; Chesney Yohe, M.D., pediatrics consultant of the Division of Maternal and Child Health, State Department of Health; "Nursing Care of the Premature Infant" by Anna Overland, R.N., associate WH! \ professor in the College of Nurs- FACULTY PICNIC The annual all-faculty picnic will be held on Sept. 18 and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Samuelson have been chosen as chairmen of the picnic. TO INSTITUTE All local teachers will attend the Tri-County Teachers Institute at Storm Lake Sept. 24. 1 Farm Bureau Set j To Open Drive A membership committee smoker at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the! Farm Bureau building will kick ;• off a one-day new member drive of \ the Carroll County Farm Bureau, j Wednesday's drive will be the j second of four one-day new mem-! ber campaigns sponsored through- 1 out Iowa by the State Farm Bureau Federation. The first in Carroll County netted 20 new members on September 12. New members drives precede the general membership campaign which will be held after the first of the year. The first of a series of township Farm Bureau meetings, planned to be held before the annual meeting in October, will take place at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Lowell Schleisman hdrne in Sheridan township. Jim Thomsen, fieldman, will show two films—"Our American Profit System" and a .color! cartoon. A "question box" on farm Issues and Farm Bureau policies j will be conducted by Mr. Thomsen. ENTERTAIN TEACHERS All teachers, teachers' wives and non-Aid members of the Lutheran Church were guests at the regular meeting on Thursday. Each guest present was presented with a corsage. Group three, of which Mrs. Hans Schmidt is chairman, presented a program as follows; Karla and Karlene Bahrenfus gave a musical selection and the girls quartet, composed of Jane Karstens, Ruth Peterson, Judy Spurling and Mary Walter, sang a selection of hymns. Rev. M. W. Lilie showed slides of the Rose Bowl parade and of the local summer and winter carnival parade. The refreshment table was spread with a green cloth. A floral centerpiece was flanked with coffee- colored candles in crystal holders. Mrs. Don Harper and Mrs. Ernest Walter presided at the silver service. Hostesses were Mrs. Claret Peterson, Mrs. M.*"P. Peterson, Mrs. Minard Peterson and Mrs. Wilmer Pfannkuch. Movers Ask ICC to Approve Credit Proposal Approval of a plan to enable families to pay the cost of moving services on an installment basis\ was requested by North American' Van Lines, Inc., in a petition filed 1 with the Interstate Commerce Commission, John Vanderheiden, president of Vanderheiden Moving, local North American agent, announced Tuesday. If approved, this plan will be the first of its kind ever made available to the customers of a moving ! concern and will substantially ease the financial burdens of moving day, Mr. Vanderheiden said. Under present regulations of the Interstate Commerce C 0 m m i s- j sion, which became effective j many years ago, installment pay| ment plans are not permissible, j This works a hardship or many families, and that hardship will be j eliminated if payment can be made over a period of months, Mr. Vanderheiden said. The North American petition points out that installment credit has been extensively used for several years by air travelers for vacation travel, and that the same credit is even more important to families who are moving for business or other necessary reasons. RYP TO ELECT Election of officers and a talent- find will be held at a meeting of Carroll County Rural Young People in the Farm Bureau building at 8 p.m. Wednesday. Two films— "Our American Profit System" and a color cartoon-r-will be shown during the progtam period. Birkner now 37 has spent his MIHIIT "*- SUdden,y f p ^ de [" ing. SUte University of Jowa, lowa DiiKner, now J /, nas spent nis Monday burning one man to death ri tv an H i„ n „ a R inhn«nn R M life with animals ever since he an( j injuring six others and Leona B. Johnson, K.IV, ran away from home in Vienna 1 "J'"" T n'!, T"",' . .. nurse consultant, Division of Maal 16 to become a circus lion T ?• , ? Arlington, ternal and Child Health, State De-, tamer. In addition to training ™ fl'"' bl u V partmcnt of Heal,h ' animals for television, modeling, T=, T of, , w T , , , ; A P ortion of this P™*ram will ; or broadway show chores, he acts Naval air rocket test station 1 at nearby Lake Denmark. be presented at a regular meeting as an agent and boasts he can;"" , '"• , ""^ »*>»'"»«• of the medical staff of St. Anthony supply anything from a flea to an A spokesman for Reaction Mo- Hospital to he held at 7:30 p.m. elephant—"and I mean literally"' tors Inc - of Oenville, which makes Tuesday. Physicians of surround—for private parties or lodge pic- tne en R> ne ann " was sta Ring the ing towns have been invited. n j cs test, said the blast occurred dur- 1 He also has given riding lessons ! in « a „ ''™" tine of'a liquid . to Grace Kelly. Rita Gam and •propelled rocket engine. One KOCKet TOKOS Marlon Brando. He was called in Cause of the blast was not de- Arr A- ft fU|» r DnACn'f four years ago to give a few tips termined but the spokesman said V ' T / Mnomer LSOeSn T on horse and buggy driving to a, the company was investigating onetime farm boy—President Ei -j senhower . ; BOND REPORT , One rocket streaked aloft, and an "Animals are often smarter than With individual August invest- I MISSILE TEST CENTER, ICAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (fl —: people," he said, "but each is an j ments in United other didn't in tests Monday at individual, and has to he taught as! bonds Amounting to ^l ^tS seci, ' p|ty - locked ' experlm ' en,ai; ' an individual. purchases in Carroll Countv dur- '' "A dog can be conditioned for ing the first eight months climbed; Spokesman at Patrick Air Force a show in half an hour. But birds to $1,188,118 for 69 per cent of the Base confirmed a rocket firing at j are very nervous. It took me a 1957 quota. The lowa average was 2:20 P m - 'ESli. No details were week to train a South American 67 per cent, compared with the Provided. Informed sources in lark to appear in a color film— national average of 62 per cent. (Washington said the missile was and all it had to do was sit on j one of ,he smaller variety. a perch. HAS SURGERY » Nothing official was learned Cat Hardest Virgil Schachtner of Carroll about the other rocket, which put "The cat is the hardest do-. underwent surgery Monday at the ; on a spectacular pyrotechnic show mestic animal to teach, not be- i Children's Hospital in lowa City,; for distant viewers while it stood [ cause it is unintelligent, but he-: where he has been a patient for upright on a launching pad in the, cause it doesn't like being domi the last week. intermediate-range firing area. SUFFERS STROKE J. P. Haubrich of Stuart, formerly of Roselle, is in the hospital at Greenfield, la. He suffered a stroke last Wednesday. Mr. Haubrich is the father of Ed and Carl Haubrich of the Carroll community. Mr. and Mrs. Verdjg Hansen and Richard Gregerson attended the state hatchery convention in the Veterans Auditorium at Des Moines Tuesday. Chief monetary unit of Denmark is the krone, worth about 26^ cents. Canning Fruit Sale at HANNASCH SUPER VALU Rushed from Farm to You. Another Truck Load of Choice Peaches, Pears, Plums, Concord Grapes and Potatoes. This will be the last big week on canning fruit. Get yours today a* Hannasch Super Valu in Carroll! SPECIAL BUYS THIS WEEK ARE Colorado Elberto PEACHES Bushel Basket $4.69 •«x MICHIGAN BARTLITT PEARS $2.49 S $3.98 ITALIAN PRUNES MICHIGAN CONCORD GRAPES Vj-Buih«l . Box $2.29 M'Quart Bttktt $189 U.S. NO. 1 Red or Whit* POTATOES 25-lb. Bag 89c MICHIGAN BLBIRTA PEACHES Bu»h«l B«ak*t $3.69 ware SPECIAL DINNER SE complete with attractive serving pieces Reg. $26.95 to $30.75 SEPT. 6 thru SEPT. 21 ONLY SPECIAL SET INCLUDESl PLATTER, 13'/»" • VEGETABLE, 9" CREAMER • COV'D. SUGAR • 4-CUPS • 4-SAUCERS 4-DINNER PLATES • 4-SAIAD PLATES • 4-CEREAL/SOUF Everything you n«ed for a smart dinner or buffet setting! Romantic ROSE-A-DAY blooms prettily on a party table. What a lucky buy ... for yourself, for wedding and anniversary gifts! 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