Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 18, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 18, 1957
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Afrs. Brinkman, Mrs. Venteicher Announce Committees for DCCW Convention October'22 &usy mothers and homemakers, | day of business and inspirational j gene Koenig of Halbur t youth, llift. Lao, Brinkman and Mrs. SU- 1 import. It is open to every worn- i Mrs. Hoffman replaces tne late vina Ventekher, both of Carroll, head committees for the second 'annual convention of the Sioux •City.^Diocesan Council of Catho- an of the Diocese. *jMrs. Cecile Kennedy; as head of Deanery chairmen, to assist Di- the Deanery organization and de- ocesan chairmen with workshop j velopment group. „ |preparations and programs, are! Planning the luncheon are two lie Women, October 32 at Carroll. j Mrs Gene Ho ff man 0 f Templeton. I women from each of the Carroll / Committee appointments for the; organization a n d development; J parishes of the Catholic church,! convention are made known by; Mrs. Clem White of Carroll, spir- \ as follows: SS. Peter and Paul, Mrs.'" Brinkman, chairman, and j itual development; M^s. Marvin | Mrs. Herman Bengfort and Mrs. The ticket committee chairman is Mrs. Ed Wieland of Carrbll and the business - session committee head, - Mrs. Clarence Morman, of Carroll Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. J 8, 1957 In charge of registration will be! C " H ' Hermeen, both of Car and i Mrs. Venteicher, vice chairman. Women of the area.^o named, are at work preparing for the more than 1,000 members expected to attend the comprehensive BSP Sorority Donates to Heart Fund t. Epsflon Chi Chapter of BetaSig- ina Phi,Sorority, uniting with all j>f the Iowa BSP chapters In a state-wide project to raise a fund for congenital heart disease, pledged / cash donation at a regular meeting in Mrs. Doran Brog- jBen's home Tuesday nighf? V; This fund will benefit all children in Iowa, where there are $0,000 births a year. Out of ISO children born, one has a heart detect. This means that within the j Siext year. 400 children will . be j tborn with heart defects in Iowa. s' „ In addition to the cash donation, 4ach member of the chapter, pledged all she can da to assist^ iWith;this serious problem. ^ * * * \ The chapter also made tentative! plans to. help Carroll teen-agers observe'Halloween, further plans ,to be made at the next meeting. * Mrs. ; Gene Hagen, vice-president, conducted the meeting in the j absence of Mrs. Wilber Walkup, president. Ten members attended. * • » Collison of Arcadia, public rela- j Genevieve Gehling; St. Joseph, tions: Mrs. Lawrence Lang of Templeton, Catholic charities; Mrs. Art Hulsing of Roselle, Christian doctrine, and Mrs. Eu- Mrs, Lawrence Lampe and Mrs. Robert Cunningham; and St. Lawrence, Mrs. L. JR.. Chapman and Mrs. Bill Burgess Mrs. Arlo" Ranniger and Mrs. Ed Schroeder, both of Carroll. Heading hospitality will be Mrs. j Steve Garbier of Carroll and Mrs. Joe Ncu of Arcadia. Coffee committee chairmen are Mrs. John Testroet and Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach. Arranging housing and transportation are Mrs. Nick Beiter and roll. Mrs. Nick Lappe of Carroll is chairman of decorations and the Twit Funeral Home at Carroll has assumed details of parking The Diocesan Council is an affiliate of the National Council of Catholic Women. Mrs. Brinkman, who lnes at the former Viola Otto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William T. Otto of Carroll. She attended SS Peter I by the dean, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. and Paul school; was graduated from St. Angela Academy, and is the mother of twin daughters, Kathryn and Kristine, now in sixth grade at'their mother's for m e r \ school, and a son, Jakie, in first grade, also at SS. Peter and Paul's. president of the Soiiih C e n't *'a 1 j School,'Carroll. Deanery of the Sioux City DCCW i Frank Greterrian, upon organize tlon of the Council In 1956. Mrs. Venteicher, whose home Is at 209 N. Adams Street, Carroll, attended St. Augustine's parochial school at Halbur and was graduated from St. Angela Academy at Carroll. She is the - mother of- a For the past four years, Mrs. ] son, Richard, now • serving with Brinkman has been an officer of:,the U.S. Air Force and stationed Rosary and Altar society of her 'at Chitose Air Force Base in Ja- parish and for three years has! pan, and a daughter, Virginia, a office manager of the Pepsi-Cola Mrs. Venteicher is a member of SS. Peter and Paul parish, the Rosary and Altar society and the" Catholic Daughters of America. She is a past officer of St. Angela Alumnae association; a past officer of the^ Rosary arid Altar society and present vice president of the Kuemper Parents club. With the exception of four years, Mrs. Venteicher has lived in Carroll County. Since the death of her husband, in 1942, she has been Mrs. Clem Determan Heads Women Golfers 4ti East Bluff Street,. Carroll, is l been president. She was appointed [sophomore at Kuemper High! Bottling Co., Carroll. Women's golf chairmen for 1958 were welcomed in and the chairmen of 1957 were presented with gifts at a golf-brunch at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday morning. i Mrs. Clem Determan wiU head Mrs. George Smith of Mlshawa-1 ka,. Ind., who spent throe weeks | * The program was given by Mrs. j with her sister-in-law, Mrs J. Cr, Edward Vogel on the topic, "Your r „„ ,„ . ,„ C „„_„„ TI1 „J.„ ,J J)ay SociallJ." Mrs. Vogel told the! 0 . 11 ?: 1 *ent to Spencer Tuesday Jo j ^difference between a formal and informal luncheon, explained the Correct use of linens, silver and jlowets,:. and gave an example of Juncheon menus for different sea- |ons" lid the number of courses ierved. J The serving of refreshments by Mrs. Brogden concluded the evening. The next meeting will be at Mrs. {Philip Peick'a home October 1. $•• _________ •• , Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loettelholx returned Monday from Dubuque, where they had taken their son, {Alfred, for his last year at St. JJeroard's Seminary. They visited relatives at Cascade. Worthington >nd Dubuque and also in Cuba 3bitj &\fJa. On the way home they I stopped at Iowa City and visited Jtbeir sonjand daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs.' Paul Loeffelholz. Paul Is *a medical student at the State University. >__—_—_____—M__I_—___ visit ber brother-in-law and wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Floyd Smith, planning to return home (romj there. Mrs. Smith also spent a | week at Woodward, her former | home, and Perry. i SS. Peter ft Paul's rummage I sale. Fri. and Sat., Sept. 20 and 21, 8:30 a.m., Central Food Mar-; ket. For pickup call 3670 or 2268. Adv. Allle and Miss A n g e 1 i n e Foertsch of Wesley visited Miss Millie Eilerbrock Tuesday. Mrs. George J. Hess returned home Monday after taking her daughter,' Judee, to Dubuque for Judee's senior year at Clarke College. After leaving Dubuque. Mrs. Hess attended the wedding of her cousin, Mary Alice Bernhard. at Joliet, 111., Saturday and visited her cousin, Mrs. C. L. Struckman, who is a patient in the hospital at Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Werner and family and Mrs. Werner's mother, Mrs. Elsie Oesau. and.son, Johnny, of Colorado Springs, Colo., visit Mr Werner's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Friedman, from Saturday until Tuesday. They also visited Mrs. Werner's aunt, Mrs. W. C. Baak. Social Calendar 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. G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Carl J. Hess. Thursday- Rainbow Girls, 4 p.m. Masonic Temple. Entre Nous Club, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. Louis H. Anderson. Ladies Night smorgasbord, Elks Club, 7 p.m. Wa-Tan-Ye Club Intercity meeting. Hotel Burke. Methodist W.S.C.S. Night Circle. Mrs. Dale Jungst. Girl Scout Neighborhood Association. 8 p.m. Iowa Public Service building. Friday- Flower and Garden Club. Mrs. George Conrad. F-L .C. Club afternoon tea. Mrs. Don Hillyer. Saturday— Carroll Country Club dance. the golfers next year, with Mrs. W. L. McConkie as her co-chairman. Mrs. George D. Walden was chairman and Teresa Brandl. cochairman, for the season now ending. . Twenty - three golfers teed off about 9:30 a.m. yesterday for nine- hole play, returning to the clubhouse* for the noon brunch. They were seated around tables arranged to spell out the word g-o-l-f. The flowers which decorated the tables were from Mrs. Harry Rose's garden. * * * Tying as me/ialist wert Mrs. B. G. Halverson and Mrs. O. W. Kelly, with Mrs. Halversqn "winning the prize on,a cut. Mrs. Kelly received the runner-up prize. Other prizes were won by Mrs. H. L. Silsby, Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton and Mrs^C. R. Kross. The draw prize went^to Mrs. J. *W. Hills. Mrs. R. L. Stokke of Fort Dix. N. J., the former Dorothy, Martin of Carroll, attended as the guest of Mrs. Josef R. Martin. Mrs. F. R. McCoy was chairman and Mrs. W. S. Farner, cochairman, of the hostess committee which included Mrs Determan, Mrs. O. H. Juergens and Mrs. Vic Olerich. Unless plans are changed, this event concluded the women's golf activities of the season. Mr. and Mrs. John Sullivan, j daughter. Vivian, and son, the: Rev. Edward Sullivan, of Ingle- ] wood, Calif., visited Mr. and Mrs ' Clem Tigges and family Tuesday They stopped here en route to In glewood from Graettinger, their j former home. Henry Miller of Littleton. Colo., arrived Tuesday afternoon to spend a week or two with his sister. Mrs. C. P. Reinhart of Carroll, and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Bruening of Mt. Carmel. Bob Collison, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison. has returned to Omaha for his junior year at Creighton University. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison took their son, David, to Ames Monday. He has entered Iowa State College as a freshman. THE PRICELESS PART the elegant tapered toe... fresh newborn fashion feeling that comes with original flattering designs by . Harold Walkup Of Tennessee Is Honored at Party A chicken dinner party Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tryon at Glidden celebrated the birthday of .Harold Walkup of Knoxville. Tenn.. brother of Wilber Walkup of Carroll. Harold Walkup flew from Tennessee to Ames on a business trip Sunday. He was met there by his mother, Mrs. Clara Walkup, and his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Epperly, whom he accompanied to Glidden. Wednesday morning, Wilber Walkup took his brother to Des Moines to board a plane for the trip back to Knoxville. In addition to Harold Walkup and the Tryons, the dinner party group included Mrs. Clara Walkup. Mr. and Mrs. Epperly and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Walkup and children of Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Wilber Walkup and children of Carroll. « Happy Hostess Club Resumes Meetings After Its Vacation Mrs. Alvin Heinrichs entertained Happy Hostess Club members at the group's first fall meeting in her home Tuesday night. The club presented Mrs. Lavern Bernholti with a birthday gift. At the card tables, Mrs.* Bernholtz won the high score prize and Mrs. Ed Heinrichs, low. Lunch was served later. Mrs. Virgil Schroeder will entertain Oct. 1. Gold Star Meeting Of the Auxiliary Gold Star mothers and sisters were honored at a potluck dinner and program, coupled with the September meeting of the Carroll unit, American Legion Auxiliary, in the Legion hall Tuesday night. Gold Star mothers attending were Mrs. Harry Kunecke, Mrs. H. C. Schmitz, Mrs. Amelia Gute, Mrs. Clem White and Mrs. E. A. Wissler. Gold Star sisters were Mrs. John Ludwig, Mrs. W. E. Bates, Mrs. E, A. Schiltz and Miss Agnes Kerwin. At the place settings of the complimented guests were potted ivy plants as .gifts. Fall flowers decorated all of the tables. Mrs. Virgil Thelen and Mrs. T. J. Kerwin were chairmen of the dinner committee. Mrs. Lew Voyles and Mrs. Sherman Page were the Gold Star chairmen. * * * * The Gold Star mothers and sisters were welcomed by Mrs. H. J. Traner, past president of the auxiliary. Miss Kerwin responded. A short business meeting, conducted by Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, president, followed the dinner. • * * The program was given by the Cochran children. Mary Ann play- j ed a piano solo, "Prelude in C" to; Bach's "Well - Tempered Clavi- j chord"; Joseph played a cornet] solo, "The Marine's Hymn"; Clara, Louise sang "Beg Your Pardon,"] and Clara Louise and Mary Ann; sang "Tammy," with their father, j Dr. Cochran, at the piano. j Mrs. Cochran received the door? prize. The auxiliary's next meeting will be Tuesday night, Oct. 15. Amvets Auxiliary Has Election of Officers Mrs. Maurice Schmitt was named president of the Carroll Amvets Auxiliary at the annual election of officers in Alvira Hamers'; home Tuesday night. She will suc-j ceed Mrs. Clair Roetker who, has! headed the organization for two years and will now serve as vice- president, j Mrs. Arlo Ranniger was elected, recording secretary and Miss Hamers. secretary-treasurer. The! other officers are to be appointed. * * * Mrs. Roetker, who conducted the meeting, reported on the Auxiliary's annual White Clover day.; She. said that children's prizes had been presented to Harry Hamers, 1 who placed first in sales; Jan Hamers, second; and James Schrad, third. i October 11 was set as the tentative date for a bake sale, the Hans Mayerhofer, who spent the summer with his mother, Mrs. Jacob Mayerhofer. has returned to Omaha for his sophomore year at Creighton University, CARROLL- ^» CAI'ROU. in Hb Midnite Show Doori Qj ^n P.F.F. Club Starts Series x Members of the P.F.F. Club elected officers at their first fall meeting in Mrs. J. J. Witte's home Tuesday night. Mrs. L. C. Dreesen was returned to the presidency; Mrs. L. L. Akin was named secretary- Mrs. Witte served dessert and coffee at the dining table before bridge was glayed. Mrs. B. W. Fisk won the high score prize and Mrs. Akin, low. Mrs. T. B. Wills will entertain in two weeks. Mrs. William Swan, who spent more than two weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.W. Humphrey, left for her home at Upland, Calif., Monday,. CARROLL OUTDOOR .•- V ,v I- Thur. - Fri. - So*. FRANKIC LYM0N *t TM tttt-un$. CHUCK Um • L* VOW MKIK i 21 N<w MIT SONGS 21 TM IrHlllt aoCK 'N* adit Mini*, »far«l fev Ik* •'•«*«* a ««b V »•/»' i •f m»» im «iat »» MfAVfNI TNEY MAKE TOMfl METEMNSLMKJAMti Two Birthdays Noted by the L. or L Club The birthdays of Mrs. Joe Hoel- §cher and Mrs. Ted Schulz Sr. were noted at the September meet-; ing of the L. or L. Club in Mrs. j Hoelscher's home Tuesday night.! Both were presented with gifts by j the other members. • '' Attending as guests were Mrs. | George Neil and Mrs. D. V. Dyer, | each of whom received a gift from! Mrs. Hoelscher. j __Canasta_ was played and lunch? was served after the games. Win-i ner of the high score prize was! Mrs. Wayne Farrell and low, MrsJ Henry Engelen. | The next meeting will be Oct. IS at Mrs. George Neuerburg's home. proceeds to be used for the Christmas party. Contributions to the sale will be welcomed from any wives of Amvets. * * * Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. Eddie Hoehl, the co-hostess, presented gifts to the new officers. The home was decorated with bouquets of asters and snapdragons. Mrs. Earl Lane attended as a guest. * * • Auxiliary meetings will hereafter be held on the first Tuesday instead of the third Tuesday of each month. Under the new schedule, the next meeting will be Tuesday night, Oct. 1, in the Amvets clubrooms, beginning with a potluck dinner at which husbands of members will be guests. Mrs. Hoehl will be the hostess and Mrs. Paul Murphy, co-hostess. % VAWOIl»UT «OVttrWMX *w UAWKLOCK, FAMOUS 1 SLEUTH. SEARCHES FOR ELMER (WUO UAS DISAPPEARED/ SEE TUESDAY'S PAPER FOR LATEST DEVELOPMENTS! THE GREATEST EVENT IN . MOTION PICTURE HISTORY! 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