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« Mrs. Fe!d Is Medalist At Country Club Mrs. E. M. Feld was medalist at the Ladies Golf Supper at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday afternoon. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Mike Wittrock and Mrs. Mary Waters. Mrs. Norman Schulz and Mrs. Ed Marz lied for the handicap prize, which will be decided at a later date. * * * The golfers teed off at 3 p.m.: and supper was served at the clubhouse at the close of the afternoon. Garden flowers decorated the tables. Mrs Vernon .luerfions and Mrs. Josef R. Martin were co-chairmen. * * * Next Wednesday's event will be at 1 o'clock. Mrs. Cliff Cavanatigh and Mrs. Harry Rose will be cochairmen of arrangements. Trophies will be presented at the last golf supper in two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Drcwor, Detroit, Mich.; Barney Carver, Chicago. 111.: and Mrs. E. .1. Drewer. Des Moines, were guests in the home of Mrs. Anna Carver and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Huff and family Tuesday. FIVE GENERATIONS . . . clockwise, beginning at lower left, arc grcat-great-grnndmothcr, Mrs. Minnie Knise, 1120 N. Main, Carroll; great-grandmother, Mrs, Al Greteman, 203 10th St. N„ Fargo. N.D.; grandmother, Mrs. L. G. Ksissa, Spoknnr, Wash.; father, Tom Kassa, Spokane; and Kassi Kassa, Spokane. (Paige and I'aiue Photo) (Advertisement) FAT OVERWEIGHT Now available to you for first time without a doctor's prescription, our new drug called ORDINEX. You must lose ugly fat In 1 days or your money back. No more starvation diets, strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candies, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ORDINEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. Absolutely harmless. When you take ORDINEX, you still enjoy 750 Attend Meeting of Catholic Daughters About 150 members and guests of i donations were given to Kucmpcr Court St. Rose of Lima No. fi, ' lliuh School. Carroll, and the Good Catholic Daughters of America, al- Shepherd Home and St. Anthony's, tended the organization's regular Sioux City. Presbyterian Circles Meet On Wednesday The four circles of the United Presbyterian Women's organization had their meetings Wednesday afternoon. Circle 1 mot at the home of Mrs, Glenn N. Weeks, whose co- hostess was Mrs. W. L. McConkie. Mrs. Weeks presented the devotions and Mrs. James Cruchelow gave the lesson. Mrs. F. M. Heath and Mrs. Henry Hoff were co-hostesses at Mrs. Heath's home to Circle II. Devotional leader was Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg. The lesson was given by Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Circle III was entertained by Mrs. Robert Sorcnson at her home, with Mrs. H. L. Hudson as her co-hostess. Several guests were present, including member- at-large and president of the organization Edith Graham; Mrs. John Earl, Lake City: Mrs. John Lamphere and daughter Julie; Mrs. William Gehlsen and Mrs. H. C. Rawhoviser. Devotions were led by Mrs. Robert F. Barels Mrs. J. E. Gnam Gives Program at W.S.C.S. Mrs. John E. Gnam, spiritual life chairman of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, presented a program on "Opening the Door to a Genuine Christian Experience" at the organization's general meeting in Fellowship Hall of the church Wednesday afternoon. "People possess four demons, or obstacles, which prevent us from opening the door and allowing God to become a partner in our lives," Mrs. Gnam said. "These demons are fear, hate, guilt and inferiority complex." She said that love of God and our fellowman is the only way we can dispel these demons. She went on to say that the test of love is loyalty, s> lf-sacrifice and foregiveness; and that the only difference between a saint at the altar and a sinner in the gutter is his focus and capacity to love. In welcoming members back to ;tha Olberding; Dec. 2. Mrs. Maurice Nurse and Mrs. Jerome Hani nahch. .Ian. 6, Mrs. Paul Lenz and Mrs Clarence Brinker: Feb. 3.. ohde7 "Mrs Mrs. Lawrence Venner and Mrs. Mrs. Frank West was the lesson another year, Mrs. Gnam outlined leader. j the program for the coming year, Circle IV held their meeting at fll1 d said that the emphasis of the the home of Mrs. Stanford Arts, year will be to bring a Christian ex- Her co-hostess was Mrs. Melvin ] perience to each member. She clos- Clifford Peters attend- e( l the meeting with prayer; and Time* Herald, Carroll, la. m Thursday, Sept. 3, 1959 £| Paul Kraus; March, Mrs. Leo Leof- A A . ,, flcr and Mrs. Ray Caywood; Apr 1 1 ? d th ° ftvotions and Mrs fi. Mrs innn i . n ,,ic L MJ „ ! burn tolhnge. the lesson. * * * ed as a guest. Mrs. Arts present- \ Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz read the meeting in K. of C. Hall Wednesday night. A potluck dinner at 6:30 preceded the meeting, under chairmanship of Mrs. Ed Lenz and Mrs William Kannc. assisted by the Plans were made for the rummage sale to be held Oct. !) and 10 in the basement of (he building formerly occupied by the Daily Times Herald. Preliminary plans were discussed (i, Mrs. Leon Louis an Mrs. Robert Louis; May 4, Mrs. Marvin Collison; June I. Mrs. Ann Greteman and Mrs. Joe Greteman; June picnic, Mrs. George Renze and Mrs. Lawrence Wittrv. like' bTyVXpw do'n't'hav'e "the ^idderdale members The "tables for a style '"show; "details of "which « r _BJ ...f°. r . extra portions because were centered with bouquets of fall, will be announced later a M #4 *1 i__ ORDINEX depresses your appetite and decreases your desire for food. Automatically your weight must come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, yoy weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ORDINEX is sold on this GUARANTEE: You must lose weight within 7 days or your money back. Just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. ORDINEX costs $3.00 and Is sold with ; pie River, and the Rev this strict money back guarantee by: , lof{man> Rock Valley. RETTENMAIER DRUG STORE — Car roll—Mall Orders Filled. flowers Special guests were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch, the Rt Rev. Msgr. F. H. Greteman. the Very Rev. Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer, the Rev. Robert Condon, all of Carroll: the Rev. P. M. Mattes. Ma- Edward * * * In the business meeting, annual TOP HITS Fools Hall of Fame Our Love Come On and Get Me Don't Want My Lovin' Three Bells Pyt Your Head On My Shoulder Just Ask Your Heart Poison Ivy Okefenoke Mack The Knife HARRIS MUSIC CO. 100 East 5th — Dial 2413 Mrs Joe Heider reported tha. the annual Diocesan Convention will be held at the Municipal Auditorium in Sioux City Oct 7. A poem, "11 Jesus Came to Your House", was gi\en by Mrs. Donald Nad. Year books were distributed, listing the following committee chairmen : Program. Mrs. Donald Nagl: publicity. Mrs Donald Nagl. Relief for Peace. Mrs. M. .1. Thelen; Apostolate of Family Prayer. Mrs. Hugh Matt and Mrs Bernard Leahy; Radio, Mrs. Melvin Letting; Lending library. Mrs A J Polking: Condolence. Agnes Kerwin; Ways and means. Mrs R. M Moebn. Cheer. Mrs Fred .lulich Sr : Program books. Mrs Carl Wille, Mrs Theodore Happe and Mrs George Neil: Day of Recollection. Mrs Maude Krains k ;i; Rummage vale. Mrs Matt Huge- hack and Mrs |-:d |;„.,1 Rake vale, Mrs M L Collison and Mrs Tom Kerwin. Oct. 7. Mrs Klmcr Wille and Schreck Mrs Lylo Thelen: Nov. I. Mrs and Mr Paul Wieland and Mrs Donah Wieland. Reception ol candidates Mrs Louis Niehaus and Mrs Her (Uiamted" was played, with prizes awarded to the following: Mrs. Grog Schweers, Mrs. Myron Neppl. Mrs. Fred Julicb Sr., Mrs. Walter Tiggos. Mrs. Madeline Frenking. Mrs. Louis Niehaus, Mrs. Leo Kennebeck, Mrs. Art Otto, Mrs. John Boyce, Mrs. Elmer Wille, and Mrs. Grace Dices. Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer received the door prize. The next meeting will be Oct. 7 in K. of C. Hall. Berniece Lampman, Sept. Bride-Elect, Honored at a Party ! ARCADIA - A bridal shower honoring Berniece Lampman was Calenda Thursday— L u t heran Ladies A i d Society, Church parlors Jaycee-ettes, Amber Room, Club 30 Friday— Bridge-mixer, Country Club Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall Monday- Eastern Star, 8 p.m. Masonic Temple Tuesday- Girl Scout Neighborhood Assn., Mrs. Kenneth Wheeldon, 8 p.m. Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Wednesday- Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Fred Schaefer Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Martin Berger St. Lawrence Guild, 8 p.m., School hall Grant Township Homemak e r s Club, Amber Room, Club 30 Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn Golf Supper, Country Club .sale at the church Sept. U. mv ! der chairmanship of Mrs. Cliff Bell ' and Mrs. V. I. McGrady. Plans for ! the reception for Public School I teachers at the D resby t e r i a n ' Church Sept. 13 were announced by Mrs. Ralph Dunn, chairman of local church activities She also reported that the crippled children's clinic would be held at the Methodist Church Sept. 9, and asked for volunteers to assist at the clinic. I Members voted to hold a Smorgasbord dinner Sept. 23 instead of i the annual bazaar. Mrs. Webb He- 1 tie will be in charge of tickets for Carroll Wa-Tan-Yc members had ] dent, presented Mrs. Anneberg ih 0 dinner; Mrs W R Millender a program on international rela- with a gift from the club. and Mrs. Orsille Baker, the kit- tions. made plans for presentation * * * I chen; and Mrs. L. E. Jeweit and of the Mystorama here Oct. 6. and The Mystorama, featuring Box-; Mrs. W. L. Chambers, the dining balloted on new members at a. ley and Marie, illusionists, will be ' room. presented under sponsorship of Wa- Alrs P;ull Van Pe „ sported on Ton-Ye Oct. 6 in the Carroll High pl . 1|ls f()1 . ( , R1 M ., MiniL . i, (K | Ke c'oun- School Auditorium. Proceeds will ; c|1 dmner t0 be held 0ct 3 in Kul . Col- Coming events scheduled for the organization include the teachers' reception at the Presbyterian Church from 3 to 5 p.m. Sept. 13; . , . a rummage sale Sept. 25 and 26 Kame entitled "Getting Ac-! j„ the basement of the Arts building; and the annual fall North- w c s t Presbyterial meeting Glidden Sept. 24. hymn, "Take My Life and Let It Be." accompanied by Mrs. Everett Rogers at the piano. * • * Mrs. Guam's program followed a regular business meeting of the Society, conducted by Mrs. Richard Meridith, president. The Rev. Ivan C. Bys opened the meeting with prayer. There were 50 mem- in j bers present. • It was voted to hold a rummage Prenuptial Fete Given for Miss Grundmeier As a prenuptial courtesy for Marie Grundmeier, who is to become the bride of Maurice Dion on September 6, a miscellaneous shower was given by her sisters - in - law Mrs. Harold Grundmeier of Carroll and Mrs. Ralph Grundmeier of Manning Wednesday night in the basement of St. Paul Lutheran Church. The group of 20 hostesses and guests were seated at card tables which were decorated with miniature bouquets. A buffet lunch was served at a table covered with a hand embroidered cloth and decorated with a styrofoam wedding bell faced with ruffled white tulle. In the center of the bell, blue and white carnations were arranged in a sunburst effect to carry out the bride-elect's colors of blue and white. The two hostesses were assisted by Dcanna Grundmeier in serving the lunch. Bunco was played after lunch. High score prize went to Mrs. Otto Wittkopp and low to Mrs. Hugo Grundmeier. mother of the guest of honor. A draw prize was awarded to Mrs. A.P.W. Thiclking. At the close of the evening Miss Grundmeier, assisted by Dcanna, opened her shower gifts at a table decorated with a large blue and white umbrella. Personals Mrs. W, J. Poller has returned to her home at A It a after spending several days with her son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers and family. Wa-Tan-Ye Is on World Program Relations St. Lawrence Rummage Sale, Friday and Saturday, Sept. 4 & .">. Kuker Building. For pick up Call 91)59, 2818, 2379. Adv. be used for service projects of this service group of business and professional women. Mrs. Frank Fister and Ethel Forrest are ticket chairmen. Mrs. Keith Eason, Mrs. ( Louis E. Anderson, Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, Winifred Wille and Beulah Osborne will have charge' of the refreshment stand. Plans were made to attend the , at Waters That Go Every Where ANOTHER BASIC NECESSITY OF LIFE FASHION* You'll think you're jet-propelled when you're wearing BEA ACTIVE 'S new found freedom . . . perfect any time—any season—anywhere , . . and for all activities. For shopping, gardening, bowling, golfing, boating, traveling, working or mothering . . . BEA ACTIVE! Doxens of Styles To Choose From 95 WATERS Dept. Store meeting in Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach's home Wednesday night. Hostesses were Mrs. H. F. Pftester and Harriet Anderson. , * * * held at the home of her sister. | M rs p m il D. Anneberg, a guest, Mrs Andy Riesselman. on Sunday n avc the prosram. As a preface, afternoon. The hostess presented sne showed colored slids ot the Ana corsage to the honored guest. , no berg's European tour of 1957. She Various games and bunco were ' , 0 | ( j a b„ut Marianne Van Schaik played. The gifts were placed tin- • who wi u he a senior In Carroll der an umbrella decorated in the , High School this year and will live bride's colors of blue and white. wit h Dr and Mrs. Anneberg and Prizes were won by Mrs. AI Dent- : family. Mrs. Charles Lamb, Des ,34th annual convention of the as- linger. Anatha O c k e n. Mrs. Moines, of the American Field Ser-; sociation of Wa-Tan-Ye Clubs Inc.. Frances Wittrock. mother of the • vice telephoned Mrs. Anneberg ! at Waterloo Oct. 9. 10 and 11. prospective groom. Mrs A n d y y ednesday evening that Marianne | The club voted to furnish sand- Mrs Jerome Henkenius w ill arrive in Des Moines Sunday withes at the Crippled Children's Gordon Wiebers. 1 night. Her home is in Zeist. near, Clinic at the First Methodist Lunch was served alter t h e L'traeht, a university city in Hoi- Church Sept. 9; and to sell pecan bride had opened her gifts Others land. She was born in Sumatra, In- j nutmeats again this year, present besides those named were ; donesia: but the family fled back i * * * Mrs. Edward Lampman, mother 1 to Holland from there. Mary Ann,! Preceding the meeting of the bride-elect, Mrs. Elizabeth 18, is one of a family of four chil- and coffee were served Lampe, Mrs. Ronald Wittrock, j dren. She has three brothers. I group of 18. Mrs .Jerome Henkenius, Mrs. Mrs. Anneberg mentioned anoth-1 The next meeting. Sept Gordon Podey. Mrs Arden Hin- 0 r student in Carroll Public 00 a < Mrs. Louis tiers. Mrs. Richard Olerich, Mrs. Schools, Uwe Kladde, who with his Marvin Hoffman, Mrs. Louis parents and sister, is living in Starman, Mrs. .lorry Berg and Parkview Court. The family came Mrs. Ronald Sundrup. I here from Germany recently. The Miss Lampman will marry Ger- 17-year-old youth is working as an aid M. Wittrock at 9 a.m. Sept. 1 orderly at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Milo II. Sieve and daughters Lori and Lisa of Santa Ana, Calif, are visiting this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Sieve and family. Mr. and Mrs. I 'cle .Jensen have moved from the Parkview Apart ments into their home at 715 North Clark Street. dessert to the lfi. will E. Anderson's, with Beulah Aiken as her co-hos- . tess. lowship Hall Mrs. Russell Hart, program chairman, spoke briefly about plans for the coming year, announcing the theme as "There's A Light Upon the Mountain." Devotions entitled "A New Year, New Responsibilities," were led by Mrs. Don Hillyer. * .. * Refreshments were served from a lace-covered table with a gold and wine-colored centerpiece by members of lone's Circle. Mrs. Guy Jones was chairman of the committee. Mrs. Yerdis Hansen was at the coffee and tea services. The next general meeting will be in Fellowship Hall October 2. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil O. Christianson and family have moved from an apartment at 514 North Court Street to the residence at 317 East Third Street. Rummage sale: Friday, Sept. It, 9 a.m. Fellowship Hall. Methodist Church For pick ups dial 3710 or 2493. adv. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp returned Wednesday night after spendinc a few days at the New Inn. Lake Okoboii. 12 at St. John's Church, Arcadia. SOCK SALE CLIFTON FORGE. Va„ (AP> George Jenkins, a service station manager, told a 2 a.m. customer, who filled up with gas and oil, that Mrs. Lockhart Is Hostess to Sorority All members of Epsilon Mrs. Anneberg asked that residents of Carroll and community „. make these people of foreign birth chapter of Beta Sigma feel at home here She showed slides of France. Bel Chi Phi sorority attended the first meeting of the season at Mrs. Glenn Lock- ended up by buying those Jenkins! International, was wowing for gium. the Netherlands. Germany,, hart ' s ll0me Tuesday evening. Switzerland and Sweden. Many of) Mrs. Roger Campbell, presidio station did not sell socks. The the views were taken at Lucerne,, dent, conducted the meeting. The customer said he had lost his, Switzerland, where Dr. Anneberg; chapter received recognition from couldn't go home without them. He attended the convention of rotary, the International office for receiv- fwtwt un k,„„.,„ n t.._i.:__ > • | j n g a three star rating for the work done during the past year. I Plans were discussed for fall rushing. The first party will be an informal coffee Sept. 9. * * * "The World of Science." a book purchased by the chapter for the Carroll Public Library, was on display. Mrs. Lawrence Wegman gave a two-part program on "Oratory." j The first part was devoted to a reading and discussion of Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, and the second, an original speech by Mrs. Wegman. ; * * * i Mrs. Lockhart served dessert; and coffee at the close of the meeting. The table was centered j j with pink and lavender asters. j Mrs. Pete Baudler will be host- 1 ess at the next regular meeting 1 Sept. 15. I Scout Association to Meet September 8 The first Girl Scout Neighborhood Association of the year will be held in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Wheeldon at 8 p.m. Tuesday, September 8. M r s. Leighton Wederath will be co- hostess. All leaders and assistant leaders are invited. Mrs R a y Wilkens, the new association president, will be in charge. SHOWING NOW THRU SATURDAY! PLACE FOR L.U'GIIS ELIZABETH, N. J 'API Would you like to go to Bagotville on Ha! Ha! Bay? If you do, see Richard 11. Nagel, who collects railroad timetables Ha! Ha! Bay is in Canada and a train leaves lor there every day from Arzida, Quebec. Nagel makes the interest - ing point that his timetable lists no return trip from Ha! Ha! Bay, a jolly situation indeed. To a hefty woman an ounce of reduction is worth all of the pounds of a masseuse. Showing Now Thru Saturday! Carroll Bakery "TUP unjue nc nr\f\r\ TACTBH "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE SPECIALS! Fri. and Sat. ENGLISH TOFFEE COFFEE CAKE Ituh. trniliT, coffee cakes made in lual form. Killed with loUee filling and tupped with vanlllu frosting, covered with crushed pecans. 53c Each Sliced RYE BREAD 22C Loaf Ideal for Ham Sandwiches. JELLY ROLL CAKE Tender untd cake, tilted with delicious pure ra&pbcrry jam and topped with butter cream and toasted coconut. 49c Each Enriched, Sweet HAMBURGER BUNS Wrapped in cellophane and packed 12 to a package. 25c Doi. We Will Be Closed LABOR DAY Monday, Sept. 7 Be Sure! Check Your Bakery Items Life Begins at 17" Plus Apache Territory" •A/ PERMANENTS $6 • $7.50 • $10 DIAL 2280 Evenings by Appointment HAIR CUTTING OUR SPECIALTY HELEN-LAURETTE BEAUTY SHOP 803 N. W. • Sun-Mon-Tues 2a (1 ][ • t«rf ,nj THE DIARY "ANNE FRANK JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT-SHELLEY WINTERS BEYMER - GUSTIHUBER-EO WYNN SWEWHOMC S0UW Please Note ... Features Sunday et 1:00-3:45. 6:30 & 9:20 P. M. Regular Admission Prices! LORETTA YOUNG in Come to the Stable Plus • God Is My Partner" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun-Mon-Tues • JUNE ALLYSON JEFF CHANDLER when a restless heart cries out for love! ...what else matters.' CINEMASCOPE Cft'Sttrring SANDRA DEE CHARLES COBURN MARY A&TOR Open 7:00 P. M, First Show at Duskl

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