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Personal Paragraphs David Darling Is going to Ainos Monday, where he will be a freshman at. Iowa State University. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Darling, are taking him there. Mrs, Roy .1. Baker and children, Susanne and David, of Long Beach, Calif., are coming Monday to spend a few months with Mrs. Baker's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilke. They will fly to Omaha, where they will be met by Mr. and Mrs. Wilke. Mrs. Baker is the former Phyllis Wilke. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Kocnig and daughters Karen. Vicki and Jaynee are driving to Omaha Monday. Karen will remain for her sophomore year at the College of St. Mary's. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lee of Rochester. Minn., are coming today to visit Mrs. Lee's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Schmitt, over the Labor Day weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Morrison are going to Sioux City this weekend to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson and sons Dennis and David. David was born Aug. 31. Mrs. Anderson is the former Bernalee Morrison. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany returned Friday evening from Lake Pepin, near Red Wing, Minn., where they had been vacationing since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Thelen and son Alan of Omaha will spend the holiday weekend with Mr. Thelen's parents Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Thelen. Mr. and Mrs. Holger Andreaicn and son Dennis are going to Seward, Neb., Sunday, where Dennis will enter Concordia College as a freshman. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cavanaugh and daughter Kay have returned to their home after spending the summer at their cottage on Eagle Point, Lake Okoboji. Rummage sale: Friday, Sept. 11, 9 a.m. Fellowship Hall, Methodist Church. For pick ups dial 3710 or 2493. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Don Freudenberg and children David and Jane of Inglewood, Calif., and Mrs. Freudenberg's mother, Mrs. R. Herrmann of Council Bluffs visited i friends here Friday while on their way to visit friends in Lidderdale. Mrs. Freudenberg was the former Doris Herrmann. They came here from Council Bluffs where they are also visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ted Hanusa and family, Mrs. Hanusa was the former Eunice Herrmann. Judy Reibold to Enter Convent Judy Reibold, 17. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Frank Reibold of Carroll, will enter St. Rose Convent of Bridal Shower at Scranton Honors Miss Cornell son (Time* Herald News Service) SCRANTON — Faye Cornelison, the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual who will be a September bride, Adoration at LaCrosse, Wis., Tues -iwas honored at a shower Tuesday day, evening at the Church of Christ. .... , „..„„,„ „„J Hostesses were Mrs. Virgil Davis; Accompanied by her parents and | Mrs _ John Lawrence Mrs c G Hanna, Mrs. Bill Vader and Mrs. R. E. Jongewaard. Entertainment was a song by Miss Carol Lee Hanna and several games. As Miss Cornelison's fiance is in the Air Corps, the gift of the hostesses, an ironing board, was wrapped to sim- brother Thomas, who is studying for the priesthood at St. Paul Seminary, St. Paul, Minn., Miss Reibold left Saturday for Wisconsin. With her parents and brother, she will visit Dr. Reibold's parents at Milwaukee before proceeding to LaCrosse on Tuesday. . A ^ | ulate an airplane. Other gifts were The Reibold family moved to! each tagged with a question which Carroll a year ago last July from | Miss Cornelison had to answer be- Grand Rapids, Mich., when Dr. fore opening. Refreshments were Reibold became the radiologist at served at the close of the evening St. Anthony Hospital. Miss Reibold from a tea table decorated in blue was a junior last year at Kuemper and white, the bride's colors. High School where she ranked | »»_ ,. , „. . among the upper 10 of her class , M anrt M« rv ^ scholastically Previously, she had ! f, 1' " Dlck Finch attenc >ed attended Mary of the Woods Acad- e ra "~ emy at Grand Rapids where she received the Latin award magna cum laude and the Michigan State French award. She has been a straight A student through all three years of her high school course. As a hobby, she is a sleight of hand Miss Murphy Is the Bride of E. C. Wilberding Maureen Rosanne Murp li y. South Berwick, Me., became the bride of Edward Charles Wilberding, Breda, at St. Michaels Church in South Berwick Aug. 22. The Rev. William Hohman. S. J.. Fairfield, Conn., celebrated the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony. Alice Dube was organist and Mrs. Cecile Goodwin, soloist. The bride wore a princess style white bridal satin gown, chapel length. Her chapel length veil of silk illusion was caught to a crown of seed pearlSj and sequins. Her bouquet was white orchids and stephanotis. Maid of honor was Priscilla Murphy, a sister of the bride. The bridesmaids were Susan R e i d, South Berwick; Cecilia Joyce, Dorchester, Mass.: Ann Goulding, Auburndale, Mass.; and Shirley Wilberding, Breda. Charline Murphy, a sister of the bride, was flower girl and Paul Flynn, ring bearer. The best man was Larry Wilberding of Breda, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Bryan Murphy and Creighton Murphy, brothers of [the bride; Michael Reid and Mi- I chael Lopuch, all of South Berj wick. j Two hundred guests attended i the reception at the Cocheco Country Club in Dover, N. H. Alice Wilberding, Carroll, sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. After a trip, the couple will reside in Chicago. Mrs. Wilberding is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. John J. Murphy, Portland St., South Berwick, Me. She is a graduate of St. Joseph's Academy, and Creighton University, Omaha, Neb. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony F. Wilberding, Breda. He was graduated from St. Bernard High School, Breda, and Creighton University. In September he will work for , his master's degree on a full fel- | lowship at Northwestern University. Janet M. Halbur Is John Robbins Bride Mr. and Mrs. Robert Leonard family of Des Moines spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harry Holts. Mr. Leonard is a former Scranton teacher. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones entertained members of their family at wrformer"'and has been in de-ja birthday party Tuesday evening Hasan entertainer at school j «» honor of Jim Jr s birthday. functions and club meetings. Several social functions have been given recently in Miss Reibold's honor by her classmates at Kuemper. Thursday evening she was a guest of the sisters of St. Lawrence Convent at a barbecue and Friday afternoon entertained pupils of various grades in St. Lawrence School with sleight of hand tricks. The Reibold family are members of St. Lawrence parish. FILM ON BLINDNESS CHICAGO (AP) —Blindness is the subject of a color motion picture being released this fall by the Hadley School, of suburban Win- metka, 111. The 14-minute film will be available free to organizations interested in blindness. The movie tells the story of Hadley School, a national school of tuition-free borne study courses for the blind. Starline Ballroom Mon Sept. 7 BIG LABOR DAY DANCE JIMMY THOMAS and His Orchestra Benefit: Auburn Fire Department No Dance Tuesday, Sept. 8 Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Jones Jr. and son, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wykoff and son of Jefferson. Harriet Seaman of Chicago is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Seaman. Mrs. Eleanor Williams and son Michael and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Poppy of Detroit left Tuesday after weeks' visit with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hutchison. Margie Hanna, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. C. G. Hanna spent several days in Model Rock where she joined several school friends at the home of another schoolmate, Edie Schultz. Mary Circle of the Methodist Church will meet Sept. 11 at the home of Mrs. Alfred Thompson. Mrs. Arthur Johnson and children, Becky, Bert and Connie of Rockford, 111., are visiting this week with Mr. and Mrs. Leone Kious. On Monday afternoon, they all drove to Des Moines where they called on Mr. Bert Swain. Tuesday they visited in Coon Rapids. Mrs. Myron Kunce, Mrs. Leon Taggart and Susan and Brenda Kunce attended a pink and blue shower in honor of Mrs. Jerry Kunce at the Frank Shirbroun home in Coon Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Jackson of McAllen, Tex., are visiting at the home of Mrs. Annie Paup. Sunday, a family gathering was held at the Scranton park. Guests c'ame from Churdan, Jefferson, Cooper and Waterloo, as well as Scranton. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carrick and children spent the weekend visiting in Austin, Minn., with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Christensen and son visited in Perry with Mrs. Christensen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Huss. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Legore and Larry and Allen Christensen have returned from a week's vacation in Colorado. While in Denver they visited the Rev. and Mrs. Emory Peterson and daughters. The Rev. Mr. Peterson is a former pastor of the Scranton Lutheran Church. Marvin Kramer Is New Manager of Store in Lake City (Times Herald News Scrvirc) LAKE CITY — New manager of the Farm Supply Store in Lake City, recently purchased from William Goins and John Sharkey by the Farmers Cooperative Grain Company of Yetter and Lake City, is Marvin Kramer. Mr. Kramer assumed the managership of the store Monday. The annual meeting of the membership of the Farmers Cooperative Grain Company of Yetter and Lake City will be held Monday September 14, at 8 p.m. in the town hall of Yetter, according to Charles Doty, president of the board of directors. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Hucka and family moved last weekend from the Kelley acreage in the north part of Lake City to the E. E. Kelley residence property on West Washington Street recently vacated by Mrs. Hucka's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelley. The acreage has been rented to the Ed Van Ahns, who plan to move there soon. The Van Ahn residence property in second ward has been rented to Dr. and Mrs. Gordon Mcll- rath. Mr. and Mrs. Mason Ross have sold their residence property at 505 North Woodlawn Avenue, Lake City, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Johnson, who will take possession Sept. 15. The Rosses will move to the farm northwest of Lake City which they purchased some time ago from Walter Robinson. The Johnson residence property now owned by Mason Ross as part of the above transaction, has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kramer who are moving to Lake City from Ida Grove in mid-September. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Taylor, former Lake City residents, now living in Chicago, 111., will celebrate their 58th wedding anniversary on Sept. 4. Mrs. Taylor who has been visiting in the John Sharkey home, plans to be at home in Chicago by Friday, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Sharkey. The Taylors were married in Lake City Sept. 4, 1901. They have two children, Mrs. John Sharkey, Lake City, and George A. Taylor, Chicago; two granddaughters, and seven great­ grandchildren. Their address is 901 W. Margate Terrace, Chicago 40, III. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nulle were weekend guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and family at Osceola. Frank Dobler and Paul Freese, members of the pulpit committee of the Wheatland Church, and their wives attended services in the Presbyterian Church in Hospers Sunday morning. Janet Mary Halbur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Halbur, 521 West 16th Street, Carroll, became the bride of John C. Robbins Saturday, Sept. 5, 1959. The bridegroom's parents arc Mr. and Mrs. Carleton E. Robbins, 308 Lawler Street, Emmetsburg. The double ring ceremony took Calendar Sunday— Semi-formal Dinner-Dance, 6 p.m. Country Club 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. j Martin Bergcr I Grant Township Homemak e r s Club, Amber Room. Club 30 Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn Golf Supper, Country Club St. Lawrence Guild Fall Party, 8 p.m. Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. Alvan H. Cox Thursday— AB Club, Mrs. Virgil Neumayer, Breda Newcomers Club. Driftwood Room, Burke Motor Inn Beulah Country Club, Beulah Osborne at Byron Provost Home, Lake View V.F.W. Auxiliary, Public Library Clubroom Youth Chairmen Have Meeting in Storm Lake Friday A DCCW Youth Chairmen meeting was held at the Cobblestone in Storm Lake Friday. Purpose of the meeting was to formulate plans for the youth program for the coming year. It was presided over by Msgr. J. E. Tolan. Diocesan Director of Youth Activities of the Sioux City Diocese. Attending the luncheon meeting were Mrs. L. C. Buxton, Breda, diocesan youth chairman; Mrs. Joe Heider, deanery youth chairman, of St. Joseph's parish, Carroll: Mrs. Paul Wagner and Mrs. George Welch, Fort Dodge; Mrs. I Glenn Peterson, Storm Lake; Mrs. P. Vander Meer and Mrs. Harry Kramer. LeMars; and Mrs. Ralph Kelly, Early, president of the diocesan council. The next event on the agenda i will be a deanery meeting at SS. I Peter and Paul's School. Carroll, ,Sept. 16 at 2 p.m. It will be conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Lang, Templeton, deanery president. place at 11 a.m. at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll, performed by the Very Rev. Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer. Miss Halbur's father gave her in marriage. * * * Mary Jane Halbur, the bride's sister, was maid of honor. Her other attendants were her sister- in-law, Mrs. John J. Halbur, and Judee Hess. Susan Murphy was at the organ. Mr. Robbins was attended by Orville T. Brattland and Cordell Schillmoellcr and the bride's brother, John J. Halbur. Mr. Schillmceller and Mr. Halbur also seated the guests. * * * The bride's Cahill floor-length white gown was fashioned of silk bambagine and Chantilly lace. A Swedish crown held her shoulder- length veil. She carried a double ring bouquet of white butterfly roses topped with a white orchid corsage. Spruce green cocktail-length dresses of velvet and slipper satin, matching shoes and small circular hats were worn by her attendants. Their bouquets were of rust-toned chrysanthemums. The church was decorated with matching bouquets of white gladioli and pompon chrysanthemums, bowed with spruce green. The bride's bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar was also white. A wedding breakfast and reception for 150 guests was held at the Carroll Country Club. * * * Mrs. Robbins, who holds a Bachelor of Science degree in medical technology from Creighton University, Omaha, has been employed as an analyst at the Medical Research building at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. The bridegroom, who also holds a B.S. degree from Creighton, is now a junior in the College of Medicine at the University of Iowa. His fraternity is Phi Rho Sigma. Mr. and Mrs. Robbins will make their home at 710 Kirkwood, Iowa City, after Sept. 20. They are taking a two-week southern trip around the Gulf of Mexico. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. m I Saturday, Sept. 5, 1959 - £| Lacy V Lovely Golden Rod Club Ms Entertained By | Mrs. Emma Irlbeck ! The Golden Rod Club of Glidden j met at Mrs. Emma Irlbeck's home I ; in Carroll Friday afternoon. Ten | ! members and six guests were pres- 1 ' ent. i Last year's secret pals were revealed, and new ones drawn. New \ club year-books were distributed, ! after which Mrs. Irlbeck served 1 lunch. I The club's next meeting will be | Friday afternoon, Oct. 2, at the home of Mrs. Eva Heuton in Glidden. Methodist Women of Lake View Have Afternoon Meeting Crimps Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW—"There's a Light Upon the Mountain" is the theme : for the 1959-1960 W.S.C.S. year, j Mrs. Byron Provost, the new presi- I dent called the first meeting to or- I dor Thursday afternoon at the Methodist Church. Mrs. George I Kolbe led the devotions and Mrs. I D. W. McKinley directed the program study on "A new year — j new responsibilities." Minnie Klindt i resigned as Sunshine lady. Mrs. \ John Tarpy, literature secretary j told of the titles on the reading list. I Hostesses were Mrs. Carl Sproul, I Mrs. Henry Sauer and Mrs. Jack Clausen. Manning Women Entertained by the Arcadia Ladies Aid (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA — The Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church entertained members of the Dorcas Society and the Ladies Aid of Zion Lutheran Church of Manning at their regular monthly meeting Thursday, in the church parlors. The meeting opened with group singing, after which Scripture reading and prayer was given by the Pastor, the Rev. Fank M. Sass. Mrs. Frank Koepke. president, wlcomed the guests, and conducted a short business session. There were 30 guests from Manning. Fifty-two members of the Arcadia group answered roll call. * * # Entertainment was a skit entitled "African Violet Missionaries" with Mrs. Emil Grundmeier, Mrs. Elmer Stoffers and Mrs. Philip Wenzel taking part. A duet, "The Lord Is My Shepherd," was sung by Mrs. Lawrence Spater. and Mrs. Frank Sass. A solo, "Living For Jesus" was sung by Mrs. Sass. Accompanist for both numbers was Mrs. Clayton Dohse. Another skit entitled "Oh! My Operation" was given by Mrs. William Jentzen, Mrs. Virtus Martens, Mrs. Dewey Hargens, and Mrs. Ray Wiebers. A Bible Quiz was won for the Manning visitors by Mrs. Carl Schrum, and for the Arcadia women, Mrs. Clayton Dhose. Mrs. Hugo Wilhelm of Manning was presented the door prize. Refreshments were served by the program committee who were also hostesses for the day. Mrs. Joe Reetz will be hostess for the next meeting. So versatile! Team this Incy blouse with clay or dressy skirts. Make It In light wool or string. Love of a smnrt woman's life — this precious handmade blouse In pineapple design. Pattern 7451: crochet directions Misses' sizes 32-34; 36-38 included. Send Thirty-live cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Dally rimes Herald. 235 Household Arts Dept., Box 168 Old Chelsea Station, New Vork. 11, N.Y.. Print plainly NAME, AD. DKKSS. ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. Our 1959 ALICE BROOKS Needlecraft Catalogue has many lovely designs to order: crocheting, knitting, embroidery, quilts, dolls, weaving. A special gift. In the catalog to keep a child happily occupied -a cutout doll and clothes to color. Send 25 cents for your copy of the book. Surprise Party Is Given for the Joe Kennebecks Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennebeck, Route 1, Carroll, gathered at the Kennebeck home Friday evening for a surprise party, celebrating the couple's 45th wedding anniversary. The evening was spent informally. Mr. and Mrs. Kennebeck were presented with a purse. Refreshments, which were brought by the neighbors, were served. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pietig. Mrs. Herman Pietig, Howard Pietig, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Masching, Mr. and Mrs. William Gehling, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons, Mr. and Mrs. James Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Heiman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kasperbauer, Mrs. Rose Kasperbauer, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grossman. Patricia Christensen Speaks Vows at Vail VAIL — Patricia Elaine Chris tensen and James Mielk were married in a double ring ceremony at 8:30 Saturday morning, September 5, 1959, in St. Ann's Church here. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. D. L. Clark. Friends Fete Elmer Dalhoffs On Anniversary (Times Herald News Service) HALBUR — Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dalhoff gathered in their home for a surprise party Thursday evening in honor of their 10th wedding anniversary which is Monday, September 7. An outdoor barbecue was held. The remainder of the evening was spent socially. Coffee and an anniversary cake, which the guests also brought with them, was served. Included in the group besides the honored guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Loras Stork, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wittrock, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ries- selman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hausman, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rics- berg, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Riesberg and Joseph Herbers. Dessert Bridge At Country Club Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Thelen and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McMahon were hosts and hostesses at a dessert bridge mixer at the Carroll Country Club Friday night. Dessert was served at card tables preceding the games. High-score prize for women was won by Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus, second by Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton, and low by Mrs. E. J. Kratoska. For men the high prize winner was A. B. Hulsebus. second O. H. Juergens and low V. L. Throckmorton. The next bridge mixer will be held at the club Friday evening November 18. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Wedding music was provided by Mrs. Floyd Meehan, organist, who also accompanied Bob Dieter, a friend of the couple, who sang three selections. * * * The bride wore a gown of all- white French imported Chantilly lace and nylon tullene over bridal- ure satin, floor-length. Her fingertip veil fell from a tiara of French rosettes. Loretta Christensen was her sister's maid of honor, wearing an orchid gown. A cousin, Karen Gallagher, was bridesmaid. Her gown was maize, carrying out the bride's color scheme of white, orchid and maize. Both attendants' gowns were ballerina-length. Bob Christensen, brother of the bride, was best man, and the bridegroom's cousin, Eugene Klein, i groomsman. Guests were seated by Larry Neumaney and Keith Gallagher, a cousin of the bride. Joe Gallagher and Joe Rosener were mass servers. * * * Following the nuptial m ass breakfast was served at the home of the bride's parents, where a dinner for the immediate family was also held for 30 guests. A reception was held there in the afternoon. The bride graduated from St. Ann's School, Vail. She has worked as a technical aide at St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll. Mr. Mielk is employed on the j farm of Merlin Lenz. He served four years in the Navy. Cecilia Gallagher Honored at Shower (Times Herald Newi Service) WESTSIDE - Cecilia Gallagh! er, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Law| rence Gallagher, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday at St. Ann's Church Hall in Vail. The shower was given by Miss Gallagher's aunts, Mrs. Donald Lili- hom, Denison; Mrs. Jim Signer, Mrs. Leonard Gallagher and Lillian Gallagher, Vail. Cakes were donated by friends. Over 100 persons attended the shower from Deloit, Denison, Westside, Manning. Vail and Carroll. The hall was decorated in the bride's chosen colors, blue and white. Miss Gallagher will marry Lawrence Thelen of Carroll September 7. American Home Department Has Its First Fall Meeting (Times Herald .News Service) LAKE VIEW — The American Home Department of the Lake View Woman's Club held their first fall meeting Wednesday evening in the recreation rooms at the Methodist Church. Mrs Don Tischer and Mrs. Duane Boom were co- hostesses. The Department was organized with a membership of 15. 13 of whom were present. The roll was answered by an exchange of favorite recipes and the program was a workshop of cake decorating with Mrs. Don Tischer as instructor. Each member brought a cake to practice on. Mrs. M. L. Lilie issued a special invitation to all members to attend the first fall meeting of the General meeting of the Woman's Club. The speakers will be Kenneth Jernigan, director of the Iowa Commission for the Blind. His subject will be "Our Blind in Iowa." Young Adults To Meet Sept. 12 Methodist Young Adults will meet Saturday night, September 12, instead of the regular meeting date which would fall on Labor Day. The meeting will be held at 8 p.m. in the Methodist Fellowship Hall. ON HONOR ROLL (Tln>e>, Herald News Service) Mary Reiman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Reiman, Templeton; and Mary Lemker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lemker, Breda were named lo the summer quarter honor roll at the Commercial Extension School of Commerce, Omaha. WRONG MISSILE GRANITE, Okla. (API -While driving to nearby Hobart, the Rev. and Mrs. Walther Haefker saw a sign warning of a nearby missile i range and adding: "Watch for fly- 1 ing objects." Just then a piece of gravel from the road Hew up and i made a hole in the windshield of i their car. WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES Television Sales and Service We Feature Entire Lines of Admiral & RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV • STEREO HI-FI • TRANSISTOR RADIOS • REFRIGERATORS • WASHERS • DRYERS U Y TV TOWERS OUR SPECIALTY and 8ERV,C8 OUPRROM O 0 U S C T T ,MPORTANT TV and DIAL 9513 APPLIANCES 901 Salinger SPORRER'S WE SERVICE ALL MAKES WE SERVICE ALL MAKES BEAUTY ... A wholesome Amercan beauty. Ann McFudyen, happily poses while riding the waves at a Florida resort, Presbyterian Ladies Aid Packs Clothing (Time* Herald Now» Service) ARCADIA - The Ladies Aid of the Presbyterian Church met for their regular monthly meeting in the Annex of the church Thursday. Mrs. Henrietta Peters conducted the business session in the absence of the president. Clothing was packed to be sent to missions. Mrs. Herbert Kroeger, Carroll, was hostess. She served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Catholic Daughters Meet at Templeton TEMPLETON — Court Sacred Heart, Catholic Daughters of America, met in the school cafeteria in Templeton Thursday evening. Mrs. Rapheal Knobbe, Grand Regent, opened the meeting and led the rosary. Mrs. Irma Kaus reported where all the mission goods had been sent during the past year. Mrs. Lami bert Schwaller gave a report on (the Court's fancy work stand at the Templeton town celebration. Mrs. Lawrence Lang told of some i of the highlights of the past grand J regent's convention held in Ames recently. I A cash donation was made to a ' mission. The court will care for the Templeton school library one- half hour after school on a month's trial. * * * Lunch was served by Mrs. Frank Knuevcn. Mrs. Hilbert Koenig, Florine Koenig, Mrs. Eugene Koenig, Mrs. Irvin Kuhl. Mrs. Lawrence Lang, Mrs. Ted Langel and Mrs. Adolph Langel. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Al Lechtenberg, Mrs. LaVern Lutivitz and Agnes Lutivitz. The next meeting will be Oct. 1. F.C.C.W. Meets at Congregational Church Thursday (Time* Herald \eu« Servlre) LAKE VIEW - The FCCW held their first fall meeting Thursday at the Congregational Church with their president, Mrs. Ole Hoeg, presiding. Mrs. Floyd Klinzman was in charge of the devotions and Mrs Klinzman and Mrs. Ray Ro ions presented a program of poems, "When the Frost is on the Pumpkin" and "When the Minister Comes to Call " Mrs. Klinzman and Mrs. Herb Onstot sang several hymns as a duet. New officers for the year are: Mrs. Hoeg, who is starting her third year as president; Mrs. Roy Ferguson, first vice president; Mrs. Dixon Stimpson, second vice president: Mrs. W. J. Nichols, third vice president; Mrs. Catherine Nelson, treasurer, and Mrs. Maurice Miller, secretary, with Mrs. Herb Onstot as assistant secretary. Plans for the year were discussed and the. four ladies who attended the guest day of the Presbyterian Ladies Aid at Carnarvon- Mrs. Orville Meyer, Mrs. Tjark Jensen, Mrs. George Jansen and Mrs. Clem Reuter — gave an account of the meeting. The Rev. D. Stimpson. Mrs. Hoeg, Mrs. Wayne Wessman and Mrs. Lester Lille attended the Fall Fellowship day of the Sioux Association in Sioux City Wednesday. They gave a brief report of the meeting. Reading certificates for reading five books were awarded to Mrs. Tena Brower, Mrs. Wilmer Peck, Mrs. Floyd Klinzman, Mrs. Roy Ferguson and Mrs^ Virgil Olerich. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storaga — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Lines, Inc. the warmth and friendliness of a fine home is provided here The fine appointments and homelike setting of Twit Funeral Home provide an atmosphere of. quiet beauty so appreciated by the family and guests attending memorial services here. PHONE 3191 CARROLL

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