Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 9, 1959 · Page 5
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September 9, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Wednesday, September 9, 1959
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» Tir?#» H#f«!d, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. 9, 1959 THE BLOOdMOBILE IS COMING! Urges Red Cross Blood Bank Support Letters urging continued support] of the Red Cross Blood Bank have | been received here from Sr. M. Corona, former laboratory supervisor at St. Anthony Hospilal and, member of the executive commit- j tee of the Red Cross Regional Blood Center at Omaha. Sr Corona left Carroll August; 29 for Sacred Heart Hospital, Idaho i Falls. Idaho, wherq, she is await- \ ing assignment to the new Arco Hospital at Arm, Idaho. Although no longer a member of the St Anthony staff, she continues her concern for the local blood bank and forthcoming visit of the Red | Cross Rloodmobile which will be stationed at the Methodist Church in Carroll from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Monday. September 14. "The more that the residents of Carroll County realize the many benefits they have by being a par- j t'cipant of the Omaha Regional Piood Center the more willing they will be to cooperate with the re- CjUiremcnts. especially in donating their blood". Sr. Corona said in one of her letters "If only the records of St. Anthony Hospital could talk, they would tell about the many lives • of patients that have been saved because hlnod of the relit type and Rh factor was available when they were in need of it." Sr. Corona thanked Mrs R. R Morrison, blood hank public i t y chairman, and the Daily Times Herald for their services in publicizing visits of the bloodmobile "We hope and pray", she said in a letter to Mrs. Morrison, "that , you will continue to prepare these articles for the Daily Times Her- ; aid so that the Red Cross blood ! program in Carroll will continue for many years to come". She said that Wayne Koski. ad-' ministrative director, and other members of the Omaha Regional ! Rlood Center joined with her in this expression of appreciation. Meehans Visit in Richmond, Virginia iTiniM Herald .Spin Spr» !(•»>> WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs J P. Meehan returned home Tuesday after a two-week visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kelzer, ar Richmond, Va. Guests Sunday afternoon of Mr and Mrs. Herbert Namanny and family, in honor of June Ann Namanny 's 13th birthday were Mrs Anna Koch and Jolene. Denison; Mr. and Mrs Doitald Maasen and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lenz and family, and Ronald Lenz, Westside. Lydia Thiedeman. who teaches in Clinton, attended a pre-school work-shop in Clinton last week Mr. and Mrs Leroy Schuman visited in the Marvin Schultz home at Manning Monday evening Monday overnight guests of Mrs Alice Fleming were Mr and Mrs. Vernon Hanson and Kenneth Green of Burhank, Calif. Mrs Louis Duncan and Dehhtc. and Mrs. Grace Fleming of Donison were Monday evening guests. Mr and Mrs Reynold Hagge of Westside were among approximately T.T persons attending the Dohse family reunion Sunday noon at Speaker's Park in Lake View. Mr. and Mrs Fritz Stultz, Marlene Gottsch. Omaha, and Mr and Mrs Arlo Gottsch and daughters were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs Rudolph Gottsch in observance ol Mi and Mrs Gottsch's 30th wedding anniversary August 28 and Mr Gott.sch's birthday August 30 Mi and Mrs Carl Von Glan were afternoon callers at the Gottsch home Mr and Mrs Duane Mulder of Onawa were Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs John Oeser and family Sunday dinner guests of Mr and Mrs Frank Schelldorf were Mr and Mrs Mac Fielder and family, Glidden; Mr and Mrs. Leslie Green, Dow City, and D w i g h t Green, Denison. Mr and Mrs George Jans and Louie Thiedeman were dinner, guests Sunday in the home of Mr. ! and Mrs Irwin Thiedeman. I Mr and Mrs Clifford Mason, Al-. len and Janet were dinner and sup- i per guests in the home of Mr. and; Mrs. Rus.sell Mason and sons at! Lake View j Honoring Richard Benton Mon- J day evening on his birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Peters, Greg and Curtland. Harlan. Mrs. Mike : Benton. Dillman and David and; Mrs. Angie Maynard. Irwin and Louie Thiedeman drove to Rochester, Minn , Triurs- . day and brought back Mrs. Louie Thiedeman and Lydia Mrs. Thied­ eman was a hospital patient while there. m SUPER VALU i SCHOOL I li'ivi hin.iiiiiv, Manjarine[ FLEISCHMANNS MARGARINE SPECIAL With Coupon on Page 10 A CROSSING X PCI v C7 ALL POPULAR 5e CANDY BARS FLAVORITE ASSORTEO COOKIES REAL GOLD, CONCENTRATED Orange Juice Drink HUNT'S BARTLETT PEARS GOOD VALU OLEO HUNT'S, WHOLE APRICOTS IVORY CHEER COMET FLUFFO GOLDEN SHORTNING 7 Pkg» No. l l s Cans Popular Brand SHANK END HALF Lb. Lb. Lbs. HAM H U :,; E : D . LB 59c I HAM ST. Lb 89c 2 N °c.n. 49c GREEN GIANT PEAS Reg. Can 34c 2 Re !.«>" 54c R ... »i» 26c 3.1b. Cm 6VC $1.00 GROUND BEEF CHICKENS Fresh Ground, Pure Lb. 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