Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 9, 1959 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 9, 1959
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Mrs. Ethel Phelps, who leaches at Ar-We-Va School, moved into an apartment in the Morrison building Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elwln Siftler and son of Sioux City visited Mrs. Sigler's mother. Mrs. Anna Davis, Monday. They also came to see Mr. Sigler's father, Emanuel Sigler of Coon Rapids, a patient ai St. Anthony Hospital. REGULARITY WITHOUT MEDICINES When constipation is caused by lack of bulk in the diet, thorp"? a safe, common-sense way to deal with it. Forget about harsh laxative medicines. And start eating a wholesome cereal food. That wholesome food is Kellogg's All-Bran. Millions of middle-aped people have re- gamed the regularity of youth by eating a half-cup of Kellogg's All-Bran once a day. Even a small serving supplies all the good food bulk you need to stay on schedule. Kellogg's A1 1 -Bran is appetizing, too. Try it for 10 days —see if it doesn't restore your regularity. Mrs. Twila Anderson and sons Mark and Zen have gone to Maryville, Mo., where Mrs. Anderson will take graduate work for the coming semester at Northwest Missouri State College. She is librarian at Carroll High School, on leave of absence. Mrs. Nellie Stangl returned Friday afternoon from Portage la Irairie, Manitoba. Canada, after spending over two and a half months there. She visited her sons, the Rev. Herbert Stangl, and Ed and Paul Stangl. and her daughter, Mrs. Leo Moren. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson and son Paul spent the Labor Day weekend in East Dubuque, 111. They visited their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Werner and family. Sorority Meets At the Home of Mrs. Alvan Cox The first meeting of the fall season of Beta Epsilon Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority met at the home of Mrs. Alvan H. Cox j Tuesday evening. Mrs. Allen Siemer, president, conducted the business meeting. The program, concerning the Iowa Children's Home, was given by Beulah Osborne. Mrs. Cox served dessert and coffee at the close of the meeting, i * • * Miss Osborne will be the next, hostess Tuesday evening, Sept. 22, at the Byron Provost home in: Lake View. Dr. and Mrs. Phil S. McQuirk are | leaving for Ames today to attend : funeral services tomorrow for Mrs McQuirk's brother, Karl Lee. Archie Blooflat of Bemidji, Minn., spent Sunday and Monday Mr. and Mrs. Milo Sieve and at the Joe Berger home at Mt. daughters Lori and Lisa have re- j Carmel. Additional guests Monday turned to their home at Santa! were Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hoff- Ana, Calif., after visiting Mr. and t man and children Jane, Mary Kay , Mrs. George Sieve for, ten days. \ and LaVerne of Graetlinger. En route to their home they plan- j ned to stop in Omaha to visit! Mr. and Mrs. Clark Brown Sr. Mrs. Sieve 's brother-in-law and! left Monday for their home in Win- sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gentle- j Chester, Ind., after spending the man. I holiday weekend with their son and | daughter - in • law, Mr. and Mrs. ! Guests over the weekend at the Clark Brown and grandson Clark Rev. George J. Gundel home in j Brown III Grant Township were: The Rev. . and Mrs. H. C. Hafermann, Waterloo; S-Sgt. Bernard G. Gundel, Glasgow. Mont.; and A-2c Lawrence C. Gundel, Frankfort, Germans'. Mrs. Donald Thede and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Onken returned home Tuesday from Minnesota where they attended the wedding Saturday of Roxanne Schmidt to James Lauer at Trimont. They daughter Pamela Jean of Denison | also visited relatives at Trimont, were overnight guests at the par- J Fairmont and Worthington before sonage Thursday. returning home. Times Henfd, Carroll, U. M Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1959 if Calendar Wednesday- Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Fred Schaefer Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Martin Berger 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. 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 Carroll County SU1 Alumni Reception, Carroll Country Club, 8 to 10 p.m. Friday— I Rebekah Lodge I0OF Hall ! Sunday- Reception for Public School Teach! ers, Presbyterian Church, 3 - 5 i pm. Monday- Carroll Council,of Catholic Nurses, Holy Hour St. Anthony Hospital Chapel, 7:30 p.m., followed by meeting in St. Anthony school li- I brary Trinity Guild, Mrs. Joe Herman, j Glidden Monday Bridge Club. Burke Motor j Inn, Mrs. D. W. Hanssen 1 MCC Club, Mrs. Louie Bauer Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Irlbcck Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Gcnzen MARRIED . . . August 29 at St. Ann's Church, Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueggenberg are living at Breda, where Mr. Mueggenherg is engaged In farming. Mrs. Mueggenberg Is the former Agnes Rosener. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Beyerink were married August 2'J at St. Mary's Church Willey. She is the former Lois Bauer of Declhani. Their address is 797 Sixth Avenue, Coon Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Urbeck arc making their home at 1944 South 28th, Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Beyerink Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mueggenberg They were married at St. Lawrence Church, Carroll, August 29. Mrs. Irlbcck, the former Wilma Friedman, teaches third grade at Immaculate Conception School, Omaha, and Mr. Irlueck is a student at Crelghton University. Mr. and Mrs. Larry V. Gcnzen were married August 30 nt Zion* Lutheran Church, Manning, and are now living at 9184 Wilson, Ames. Mrs. Gcnzen is the former Cynthia Ann Peters of Manning. (Photos by Paige and Paige) OUR SUPER BUYS! SEPTEMBER TIME IS PICTURE TIME FAST-EXPERT PHOTOF/N/SHING WORLD SERIES SPECIALI Gillette Adjustable One-Piece Razor $1.95 DRISTAN TABLETS HAY FEVER /$J RELIEF 98 < TIP T0NI HOME PERMANENT REG. SUPER OR GENTLE $135 QUINSANA FOOT POWDER 60/ Pepto-Bismol < Anacin Tablets w%. Noxema R. 9 . V> St Joseph Aspirin 200 Bufferin Tablets w * Brisk Tooth Paste Hand & Body Lotion Tubes BARGAINS FOR THE BUDGET-WISE! FREE 30* SKIN BRACER WITH MENNEN DEODORANT SPRAY FULL $1.30 VAl. $]00 O o< a As 19G 60c Halo Shampoo 49c GERITOL IRON TONIC 12-oz. Big Buys for Litte Guys Baby Lotion johnwi 98c Curity Diapers «<i $1.89 Baby Shampoo john»n'. 60c Liquid Similac 27c Dextri-Maltose 98c Pablum Cereals 24c SMA Powder $1.08 White's A&D Diaper Rash Ointment 69c Johnson's Baby Soap 19c Regimen Tablets For No Diet Reducing $ 3 - >5 REVLON'S LIVING CURL HAIR SPRAY $|50 L1STERINE ANTISEPTIC 7 0Z. BOTTLE 1 DEVAREX RELAXANT CAPSULES $123 $2.98 VISIT OUR PAPER AND PAINT DEPARTMENT See our new patterns of wallpaper. Also closeout numbers at bargain prices,. RETTENMAIER KpaV DRUG STORE •SBi Wllliom'i LECTRIC SHAVE PRE-ELECTRIC . SHAVE LOTION 79* MURINE EYE DROPS SS. Peter Faculty Is Plus 10% Federal Excite T«> on Toiletries Neighborhood Assn. Discusses Girl Scout Plans Participation in the firemen's parade here September 15 was among | — plans discussed at the first meet-! The faculty of SS Peter and ing of the Carroll Girl Scout Neiglv 1 Paul School were welcomed back borhood Association Tuesday night a t the September meeting of SS. in the home of Mrs. Kenneth' retcr and Paul Rosary and Altar Wheeldon with Mrs. Leighton Wed- Society in the school auditorium erath as co-hostess. Tuesday evening. Girl Scouts and Brownie Scouts ' Sr. Mary Richard, principal of of all Carroll troops will march in the school, introduced the faculty, the parade and will be represent- Mrs. Daryl Winker, president of and Paul Welcomed the Society, presented a gift to Sr Mary Richard for the nuns, and a gift to each of the lay teachers * * * The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Surprise Party Is Given for the ed by a float. Arrangements will [ be in charge of Mrs. L. A. Smith and Mrs. Bryce Hale. Badge Day for troop leaders was planned to be held in the home of [ Mrs. James Tierney at 1:30 p.m. F riday, September 18. Mrs. Tierney and Mrs. L. A. Smith will con- 1 dcut the badge training program, i A general meeting of troops and u i j Mjplrnnc, leaders was planned to be held aft- naroia IN Icl50n5 er the first of January with Mari-; Mr and Mrg Haro , d Njclson of anne van Schaik Dutch exchange Dedham were su ised with ., student at Carroll High School, as housewarminR partv Mondav „ iphL guest speaker. ; ; Mrs Rav Wilkens. new chair- Present were Jerome Wiskus. man of the Neighborhood Associa- Jlld - V Wesshnj?. Klmer Hottmann, tion, conducted the meeting which Kath - V u lskus - Roman Halbur, Jowas attended bv 17 officers, com- Ann Wiskus. Bill and Joe Schmitz, mittee members and troop leaders, i Charley Wiskus and Cleo Dirkx. Introduced by Mrs John E. Mar-' The evening was spent showing tin as new leaders were Mrs Ro- slides and visiting, bert H. Matt. Mrs Robert McDon-1 Lunch was brought by the guests. ! aid. Mrs. Don Eckel, and Mrs. Dick ' Happe^Mrs. Elmer Schroeder was Koren « Kjnnick The meeting opened with the and Richard Henak flag salute and singing of Girl \ A/_ I . i i • i i Scout songs led by Mrs. Charles VVeu Or LOnrvilie E. Knoblauch. Minutes of the last j meeting of the preceding year and I business letters from headquarters Greteman opened the meeting with prayer. Mrs. Winker conducted the business session. Announcements were made concerning an open deanery meeting at the parish auditorium Sept. 16; a rummage sale sponsored by the September Circle to be held in the Rust building Oct. 2 and 3; the DCCW meeting in Sioux City Oct. 7; and the Society's annual turkey dinner Nov. 8. One hundred seventy-five members attended last night's meeting. New members are M r s. Charles Fangman, Mrs. Erwin Grutc. Mrs. Jim Bernhardt and Mrs. Bill Baumhover. Short talks were given by Msgr. Greteman and the Rev. Edmund Adams. * * * Following the meeting cake and coffee were served by the September Circle, the hostess group Mrs. Harry Harmeyer was chairman, and Mrs. Joe Schachtner, her co-chairman. Presiding at the coffee services were Mrs Marie Renze and Mrs. H. J. Olerich Mrs. Simon Langel received the door prize. The next meeting of the Society will be Tuesday evening, Oct. 3, at SS. Peter and Paul hall. (Time* Hemic! Nrivs Spnlce> COON RAPIDS - Karen Kay ... . , . , c , r. .„„;, Kinnick. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. °! ^ cL ^ a .^i^u^^f^Leo Kinnick of Lohrville. formerly at Fort Dodge were read by Mrs. Ralph Peters. of Coon Rapids, became the bride of Richard Henak. son of Mrs Ha- Mrs. Peters also reported on the! , k d h j Fred Hen . Brownie Day Camp at Graham Park in June and Mrs. Knoblauch on the Girl Scout camp at Boone in August. Expenses of the Day Camp and leaders' fees for the ak of Lohrville. Aug. 23 at the First Methodist Church in Lohrville. The bride was graduated from the Lohrville High School in 1956 Boone camp as well as expenses, has Northwest Mis of one local leader at the Spirit souri State College at Maryville, Mo., for three years. The bridegroom also graduated from Lohrville High School and from Iowa i . . , . • r „ „• „ State Teachers College at Cedar polnle l diairman 0f the Calling |Falls. The couple wUl reside at Muncie, Ind., where both will at- : Lake camp earlier in the summer | ' wre reported as paid by Lakota i Council. Mrs. Arno Sundermann was ap- Former Carroll Girl Is Wed in California Janet Catherine AmRhein, Alameda, Calif., and Philip Dennis Dietz of Oakland were married; Aug. 22 in St. Joseph's Catholic Church. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roland A. AmRheim, is a granddaughter of Pete Kuhl and, niece of Mrs. Theodore W. Happe, j both of Carroll. The AmRheim family formerly lived in Carroll. 10th Anniversary Is Noted at Parties Mr and Mrs. Edwin Halbur were honored on their 10th anniversary with two parties Attending a party Friday night were Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Rohe and family, Mr. and Mrs Walter Loeffelholz and family, Mr. and Mrs Jerome Schwaller and family, Mr and Mrs. Leander Halbur and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halbur and family and Mr and Mrs. Harold Sporrer and family. The evening' was spent playing cards and visiting. Lunch was brought by the group A gift was given to the honored couple. Sunday afternoon visitors were Joe lleithoff, Mr. and Mrs Marvin Heithoff and family, Mr and Mrs. Linus Heithoff and Joan. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Richter. Mr. and Mrs. John Sporrer and family, Mr and Mrs Eugene Heithoff and family. Mr. and Mrs Virgil Heithoff and family Mr and Mrs Joe Simons and family, Mr and Mrs Sam Schrad and . family. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Brown and family and the honored couple's children. Joyce. Don. Dave, Dale and Rickie. The group brought lunch and presented a gift to Mr and Mrs Halbur. The afternoon was spent visiting ' The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Julius J. Berger and Olga Berger returned j to Sioux City after spending several days with their mother, Mrs. j Mary Berger, and family at Mt. Carmel. They also attended the wedding of their niece. Leota Ortner, to Melvin Borkowski Monday morning. DELICIOUS WHITE BEANS n 'HAM AT YOUR GROCERS committee i Informal discussion followed the ! formal meeting after which refreshments were served by the hos- j tesses. ! The next meeting will be a Hal- j loween party at the home of Mrs. I John E. Martin at 8 p.m. Tuesday, ; October 13. tend Ball State Teacher College. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thur-Fri-Sat J lei Productd by Oincled by CHARLES BRACKETT - PHILIP DUNNE Soetnplay by EDITH SOMMER-PHIUP DUNNE ClN«MAScOP£ SieKCQPHONtC SOUND Open at 7:00 P. M. Shows at 7:15 & 9:15 P. M. "Adult Entertainment" • Wed. thru Sat. A DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT TALE OF LOVE, LAUGHTER AND LEPRECHAUNS! Darby OGiH and the LittlePeople A1BERTSHARPE IMF MONRO SUN MY JIMMY O'OEA On This Attraction Onlyl Shows at 6:30 & 8:45 P.M.. Mothers . . . Bring Them Early . . . Hove Them Home by 9:00 P. M. Betty Lee School of Dance Jefferson, Iowa Classes for all ages in Ballet - Tap - Modern Jazz Acrobatic - Ballroom Classes Resume Sat, October 3 at the Jefferson Woman's Club. WE INVITE YOUR INQUIRIES Registration at Woman's Club Friday, Sept. 11. . . 3 to 6 p. m. Friday, Sept, 18 1 . . 3 to 6 p.m. Saturday,Sept. 12 . . 1 to6p.m. Saturday,Sept. 19 . . 1 to6p.m. Betty Lee Shearer Member Chicago National Association of Dance Masters

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