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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Morales and family of Mexico City, Mexico, i will leave (here by plane Friday noon. They will he guests for ; a few hours in the home of Mrs Morales' uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Hannasch at San Antonio, Tex. Continuing their flight to Oklahoma City, Okla., they will be met by Mrs. Morales' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vitus Sehech- inger of Carroll, who will drive them to Carroll for several days' visit in their home. Kn route to Carroll the group will spend two days at Dodge City, Kan., visiting the Schechinger's son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schechinger. Mrs. Morales is the former Marvel Mary Schechinger. Mrs. Bertha Johnson has had as guests her brothers. Dr. F.M. Cory. Chandler, Ariz.: Charles F Cory. St. Louis, Mo : and Dr. H. H Cory. Des Moines They came .Monday, returning to their homes this morning- (Advertisement) FAT OVERWEIGHT New available to you for first time without a doctor's prescription, our new drug called ORDINEX. You must lose ugly fat In / days or your money back. No more starvation diets, strenuous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candles, cracker* or cookies, or chewing gum. ORDINEX Is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed Absolutely harmless. When you take ORDINEX, you still en|oy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because 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, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ORDINEX If sold on this GUARANTEE: Yeu 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 this strict money back guarantee by: RETTENMAIER DRUG STORE —Carroll—Mail Orders Filled. Carolyn Kuker, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Leo H. Kuker, left Thursday to enter St. Mary's College of Notre Dame at South She was accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. Kuker who will be guests of the college at a tea for parents Sunday afternoon. On their way home. Dr. and Mrs. Kuker will stop in Chicago where Dr. Kuker will attend a meeting of the International College of Surgeons. They expect to return to Carroll Thursday or Friday of next week. r ^ nt J°T sh . ip \lt May Be You' Theme Club Meets for j ' Afternoon Party Qf f ne Toastm'lStreSSeS i Time* Herald, Carroll, la. | Thursday, Sept. 10, 1959 Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Mrs. Kent Huisenga were co-hostesses at the Wednesday afternoon meeting Bend, Ind.! °* tne Grant Township Homemakers Club in the Amber Room of Club 30. Pinochle was played at six tables. Mrs. Henry Huegerich received the high score prize; Mrs. Clara Schirck, low: and Erna Langmeier, the tally-card prize. Lunch was served after the games. The room was decorated with carnations and yellow roses. Rummage sale: Friday, Sept. It, n a m Fellowship Hall. Methodist Church. For pick ups dial 3710 or 2493. adv. Theme for the Carroll Toastmistress Club meeting in the Driftwood Room of the Burke Motor Inn Wednesday evening was "It May Be You." Fourteen members attended the seven o'clock meeting. Inspiration was given by Ethel Forrest. Table topics, in the nature of a musical quiz, was led by Mrs. Joe Heider. 4t t^l 3ft At the clubs next party. Wed -jSociol MeetinQ nesday afternoon, Oct. 14, Mrs. I Roy Heuton and Mrs. Huegerich i/\tt6nCJ6d DV 1 40 At St. Lawrence will be co-hostesses. "Guest Day' for Ladies' Aid Sept. 16 OUDDKN — Peace Evangelical Lutheran Ladies Aid, Glidden, will observe its annual "Guest Day" at 2 p m. Wednesday September 16. Mrs. C. W. Baldwin, a member of Immanuel Lutheran congregation in Waterloo, will speak. Mrs. Baldwin has a li> year old son who is enrolled at the Bethesda Lutheran Home for the Epileptic and the Retarded located at Watertown, Wis. She has lectured in Lutheran congregations thruoghout Iowa and Minnesota, as well as at the Atlantic Seaboard LWML meeting in New York City. Her topic "Bethesda — Our Son's Home", deals with the approach to the problem of their son's retardation and the life he now leads at Bethesda. Ladies from the Lutheran congregations in Auburn, Carroll, Coon Rapids. Lidderdale and Glidden ha\c been invited to this meeting. Mrs. Clifford Bushman. Mrs. Kenneth Onkcn and Mrs. Lester Knute will have charge of the program. Mrs. John Graves and Mrs. Clarence Heck will serve as the lunch committee. Nancy Kiesling Is David Lee's Bride At Bethany, Okla. (Time* Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Nancy Kiesling of Bethany, Okla., and David K. | Lee, Lake City, were married September 6 at the Penn Avenue Christian Church of Bethany. Rev. Curt Tull, pastor of the church, and Rev. Roy V. Harp of Duncan, Okla., officiated at the double ring service. Dennis Johnston of Lake City was vocal soloist. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Kiesling of Bethany. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Lee of Lake City. Mrs. W. D. Rush of Lawrence, Kan., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Mary Ann Blass of Arkansas City, Kan.; Barbara Lou Harris, Kingman. Kan.: and Owalah Honaker, Bethany. Gary Wood, Lake City, was best man. After the ceremony a reception for 200 guests was held in the par-1 lors of the church after which Mr. j and Mrs. Lee left on a short wedding trip. I Mrs. Lee is a graduate of the i Bethany high school and has at- wig. second. Mrs. Joe Kotas was tended Phillips University in Enid, j awarded the draw prize. Okla. Mr. Lee is a graduate of, Mrs. Bowler served lunch follow- A social meeting of St. Lawrence Guild was attended by 145 members in the school hall Wednesday night. The Very Rev. Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer spoke briefly. Refreshments were served. Table decorations carried out a fall theme. The centerpiece, a dried arrangement, was awarded to Mrs. Mary Heider. A plate prize was given to Mrs. Gale Schafer; and Mrs. Bon Mayer won the door prize. Mrs. Ed Montgomery was chairman of the hostess committee, and Mrs. Harold Bierl, co-chairman. * * * The next meeting will be a dessert-card party in the school hall at 1:30 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10. A letter was read from Mrs. Har-, riet Burns, a member of the l\ub who is vacationing in Washington, D.C. Mrs. William J. Schleisman was toastmistress of the evening. * * * Speakers were Mrs. Rosalind Mc- Bames, whose subject was, "It Happened One Day." and Mrs. Guy Raridon, speaking on "It Happens Here." Miss Forrest served as evaluator for Mrs. McBarnes, and Mrs. Mabel Montgomery, for Mrs. Raridon. Mrs. Anna Harrington was grammarian, and Mrs. J. H. Herweg, timekeeper. General evaluator was Mrs. R. M. Moehn. The toastmistress key for the evening was given to Mrs. Moehn for the best evaluation. * * * It was announced that Council No. 2 will have a meeting at Fort Dodge Sunday. Oct. 4. The Fort Dodge club will be hostesses. Mrs. Bowler Is HG Club Hostess Mrs. Berger Is Club Hostess Mrs. Martin Berger was hostess to ten members of the Flower and Garden Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. In answering roll call, members tolf about their summer vacation. Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. club president, conducted the business meeting. She announced the district and the regional district meetings which will be held this month. * * * A lesson on flower arrangement was presented by Mrs. William Schnable of Glidden. Following the Calendar Thursday— AB Club, Mrs. Virgil Neumayer, Breda Newcomers Club. Driftwood Room, Burke Motor Inn Bculah Country Club, Beulah Osborne at Byron Provost Home, Lake View V.F.W. Auxiliary, public Library Clubroom Carroll County SUI Alumni Reception, Carroll Country Club, 8 to 10 p.m. Friday— Rebckah Lodge lOOF Hall Sunday- Reception for Public School Teachers, Presbyterian Church, 3-5 p.m. Presbyterian Mariners, 8 p.m. Church Undercroft Monday— Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses, Holy Hour St. Anthony Hospital Chapel, 7:30 p.m., followed by meeting in St. Anthony school library Trinity Guild, Mrs. Joe Herman, Glidden Monday Bridge Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. D. W. Hanssen MCC Club, Mrs. Louie Bauer Tuesday— E.L.J. Club, Mrs. William M. Otto Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Pete Gaudier L or L Club. Mrs Frank Wegner American Legion Auxiliary 6:30 Polluck: regular meeting 8 p.m. Gold Star mothers and sisters, guests Wednesday— \V;i Tan-Ye, Mj-s. Louis E. Anderson Golf Supper. Country Club iCarroll Attend Club Women State Council HG Club members met at the home of Mrs. J. P. Bowler for their first gct-tegether of the fall season I lesson, a workshop was held. Each Wednesday afternoon. I member made an arrangement of ,„ . , . . . ., , j her own from the flowers she had Two tables of pinochle were play ed, with Mrs. T. J. Kerwin receiv CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Now thru Sat. • • Starts Sunday • 2& brought with her. Mrs. Archie Jones ing first prize and Mrs. John Lud-; Jn was a guest Lake City high school and Phillips University. He will continue his work toward an advanced degree at Emory University, Atlanta, Ga., where he will also be an assistant in the sociology department. Mrs. Lee plans to complete her work for a bachelor's degree at a college in Atlanta, where they will live. ing the games. Mrs. Kerwin will be hostess at the next meeting Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 30. Whenever berries are ready to pick you can easily see what Mom has to put up with. ONENAASCOPEE Please Note: This is an Adult ' Film ... No Children Admitted! MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Lines, Inc. 17 Participate in Ladies Golf Event Mrs. Clem Determan was med­ alist at the women's golf event at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday afternoon, in which 17 golfers participated. Tee-off time was 1 p.m. I Runner-up was Mrs. William S. Earner. Mrs. George Walden received the prize for low putts, and Mrs. H. R. Smith for average score. Coffee and cookies were served at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Cliff Cavanaugh was chairman of the coffee committee. ! The last golf supper of the season will be next Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 16. Golfing will begin at 3 p.m.; and supper will be ! served at the clubhouse. Mrs. Veri dis Hansen and Mrs. Paul Murphy will be co-chairmen. to members. * * * Mrs. Berger served a tray lunch at the close of the afternoon The living room was decorated with arrangements of garden flowers. At the club's next meeting, which will be Oct. 14 at the home of Mrs. \crnis Juergcns. the lesson will be on fall arrangements made with dried materials, presented by a guest speaker. Mrs. Past Schaefer Has Noble Grands Shower Given for Miss Wernimont Wednesday Night i A miscellaneous shower honoring ' Kathleen Wernimont of Auburn was held at the home of Mrs. Floyd ! Kalkhoff Wednesday night. Guests, all classmates and graduates of St. Anthony School of Nursing in 1954, included Mrs. Ray Pollastrini, Mrs. Dick Schwabe, Mrs. Leon Oswald, Carroll; Mrs. Virgil Wernimont, Manning; Mrs. Clair Snyder, Halbur: Mrs Bill Gard. Early and Miss Marilyn Tyrrell of Boulder, Colo. After a social evening, Miss Wernimont opened her gifts and lunch ' was served. Miss Wernimont will marry Lloyd Liatti of Cleveland, at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 12 at Auburn. Three women from Carroll attended the fall council of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs Wednesday at Hotel Fort Des Moines in Des Moines. They were Mrs. Ronald Ream, who has been appointed program Holy Family Altar Society Elects Officers LIDDERDALE - Mrs. Aloys Kanne was elected president of the Holy Family Altar Society at a meeting held Tuesday evening. Mrs. Art Otto will be the new vice- president, and Mrs. Leroy Reinart, secretary-treasurer. Forty-two women attended the meeting, including two new members, Mrs. Ray Drees and Mrs. Tom Tigges. Outgoing officers are Mrs. Henry Kramer, president; Mrs. Joe Ries- selman, vice president, and Mrs. Bill Kanne, secretary-treasurer. The Rev. Robert W. Phillips opened the meeting with prayer. As deanery director, he explained the DCCW and announced the meeting at SS. Peter and Paul School Wednesday, Sept. 16. Mrs. Riesselman read a letter about charities; Mrs. Henry Huegerich on public relations, and Mrs. Ben Bluml, parish representative, distributed tickets for the DCCW convention at Sioux City Oct. 7. Following the business session the women played cards. At 500. Mrs. Louis Tigges received high score prize and Mrs. Bill Kanne, low. Mrs. Virgil Broich was awarded the high score pinochle prize, and Mrs. Leonard Pudenz, low, The door prize was received by Mrs. Joe Caldwell. Mrs. William Lux and Mrs. Mac Morrissey were co-chairmen of the lunch and entertainment committee, which also included Mrs. Verlin Danner. Mrs. Roger Otto. Mrs. Arnold Ludwig and Mrs. Herman Meyer. Beta Sigma Phi Rushing Party Is Held Wednesday The Past Noble Grands met at the home of Mrs. Fred Schaefer Wednesday evening. Seven members attended. Mrs. Schaefer. president, conducted the business session. She also read a poem. The group's next meeting will be Oct. 14 at Mrs. Ray Boughton's home. TRIP TO DES MOINES Eleven members of the Golden Lod Club of Glidden. including Mrs. Emma Irlbeck of Carroll, spent Wednesday in Des Moines, visiting various places of interest. To Keep Their Alert Young Minds ot Their Very Best! SIM I1J\V\1I\S i^jiW*' i-v."«*i ^f*-i». Contain ALL The Vitamins Whose Daily Requirements Are Known to Man! 11 Vitamins! 12 Minerals! In One Tablet to Keep Them At Their Peak of Health! HERE'S HOW THESE VITAMINS HELP STUDENTSI Vitamin A — Helps maintain resistance, promote cell growth, prevents eye fatigue. Vitamin Bl—(Thiamine! guards against neurilis and nervous upsets by promoting proper nervous system function. Aids' utilization of carbohydrates. Stimulates appetite. Vitamin B2—(Vitamin G. Riboflavin) Acts as an oxygen carrier for proper utilization of lood, especially carbohydrates. Vitamin B6— (Pyridoxine) helps the body utilize proteins and fats. Vitamin B12—Effective, along with folic acid and iron, in stimulating formation of red blood cells. Vitamin C—Prevents scurvy. Guards against gum diseases, gingivitis. Vitamin D—Helps prevent rickets and encourages strong bones and teeth in children. Vitamin E—Helps regulate cell metabolism. Church Mission Festival Sunday GLIDDEN - Peace Evangelical; Lutheran Church, will observe its fall mission festival during the 10 30 a.m. service Sunday, September 13. Rev. William Landgraf of | Lidderdale will preach the ser| mon. I Rev Landgraf was born near 1 Kearney, Neb. He is a graduate of Si. John's College, Winfield, Kan . and of Concordia Seminary. St. Louis. Mo From 1928 to 1052 he served as a Lutheran missionary in various parts of India. From • 1053 to 1959 he served as pastor of the Lutheran Church in Elwood, Nob. He has been pastor of the Lutheran Church in Lidderdale since April 5. i Both the Junior and Senior choirs will sing special numbers during the service A special envelope offering for the world wide mission program of the Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod will be received. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Epsilon Chi Chapter, had its first rushing party of the season in the form of a coffee yesterday morning at the Southsidc Park shelter- house, attended by approximately 20 members and guests. Guests were Mrs. Wayne Witt, Mrs. James Spieker. Mrs. Tom Lambert, Mrs. Orville Truitt and Mrs. Philip Bush. Mrs. G. C. Scott and Mrs Roger Campbell were in charge of arrangements for the party. MAKH FRIENDS judge for the sixth district of the state federation; Mrs. Don L. Hillyer, chairman of the Carroll County Federation of Women's Clubs; and Mrs. L. E. Sweany, president of the Clio Club. Mrs. Ream was accompanied by her son-in-law and daughter the Rev. and Mrs. Gordon P. Roberts of Dickinson, N. D., who spent the day visiting in Des Moines. * * * During the day, Mrs. Hillyer and Mrs. Sweany in company with three other council participants had the privilege of visiting the presidential suite at Hotel Fort Des Moines, which is to be oc-' cupied later this month by Mr. and Mrs. Nikita Khrushchev of Russia and also the rooms to be occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cabot Lodge. They said that the Khruschev suite was ready for occupancy even to large bouquets of flowers which were placed there for photographers w h o were taking pictures in advance. * * * "Faith. Fun and Fulfillment" was announced by Mrs J. L Lush .of Ames, state federation president, as the theme of federated clubs in Iowa for the coming year. Mrs. Lush opened the council and presided at the general 1 business session. I During the morning. Mrs. Ream i attended an instruction meeting i for district program judges, Mrs. , Hillyer a training school for coun- | ty chairmen, and Mrs Sweany a workshop for local club presi- | dents. Other workshops w ere I held for district directors, scholar, ship and loan committees, mem- ! bership committees, and members of the Iowa Club Woman's st.ilf. j A luncheon at noon was ad- I dressed by Mrs. Enid Robinson of ' Hampton, who represented the United States at the International Trade and Tariff Conference in Geneva, Switzerland, and at a NATO Conference in London in 1958. She was the first woman ever to represent this country at the international trade conference. Talks by state federation chairmen during the afternoon were followed at night by a Smorgasbord and program including a style show of nationality coMiunes worn in Iowa introduced hy Prof. W. Peterson, director of the Iowa Historical Society and member of the history faculty of the State University of Iowa Speaker ot the dinner program was the Rev. Ernest W. Reniley ol Ame- DL'E HERE MONDAY ... The Rod Cross Bloodniobile will be stationed at the Mcth o d i st Church, Carroll, from 12 noon to 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. II. Two hundred pints of blood arc needed. Mothers ... On This Attraction! Open at 6:15 p.m. Shows at 6:30 & 8:45 p.m. ft 1 NEA .it- Even if you are listening to something on TV, it's bad manners to i hush a person who makes a com- 1 ment. The show may be more interesting than the comments but it 1 isn't good manners to show that it is. HEY KIDS! Caramel Apples at the Carroll Bakery 10c Each SPECIAL FRI. fir SAT. ONLY Now thru Sat. FOR CHILDREN 6 THRU 11 REXALL SUPER PLENAMINS JR. Bottle of 36 $1.79 CINNAMON BREAD u „ 27c Enriched white bread with pure saigon cinnamon rolled through the dough. A most delightful breakfast—CINNAMON TOAST. HONEY CARAMEL ROLLS LEHMAN Drug Store WALT DISNEYS Darby O'Gill ^Uttletople^ UUISUIrt IMtil MUNtO \\WM\W WSifU Matinee Saturday At 2:00 p.m. 49c Dei. Delicious danish rolls baked in brown sugar and butter to a rich caramel glaze. PUMPKIN PIE 59c Ea. Tender, flak> crust, filled vwth rich, fluff\ custard pumpkin. WHITE or WHOLE WHEAT TEA BISCUITS Pks „ 29c Enriched, dainty bread rolls. Will add /est to yoitr lunch or ilinner. Carroll Bakery "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE" t

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