Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 11, 1959 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 11, 1959
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Open House on 98th Birthday Of Mrs. Lathrop About 100 friends and neighbors attended open house, Wednesday afternoon, at the home of Mrs. R. F. Lathrop, of Glidden. for the celebration of Mrs. Lathrop's 98th birthday. Mrs. Lathrop is the oldest resident of Glidden. Born in a town near Sheffield. 111.. Mrs. Lathrop moved to Glidden in 1805. Her husband died a number of years ago. Mrs. Lathrop now lives alone in her home and does all her own housework. Five of her seven children are still living. She has Hi grandchildren. 39 great-.crandohil- dren and 12 great-great grandchildren. Birthday cards, many gifts, and many floral gifts were presented to Mrs. Lathrop by her friends and neighbors. Friends served refreshments to the guests. On the previous Sunday. 50 relatives of Mrs. Lathrop, honored her with a picnic dinner. They came from Boone. Ames. Lehish. Omaha. Nebraska, and many other towns. Times Herald, Carroll, la, Friday, Sept, 11, 1959 ^Musical Theme for I Newcomers Meeting Fifty members and guests attended a dinner meeting of Newcomers Club in the Driftwood Room of the Burke Motor Inn Thursday evening. Tables were set E-shapcd. and a musical theme was carried out in the decorations. Pieces of sheet music hung from the table at which 2-Ball Foursome At Country Club Sunday Afternoon The final two-ball foursome of 1 the current Country Club season will be held Sunday afternoon. Golfers will tee off at 2; 30. Dinner will be served after the games Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ewing are chairmen of the committee. Reservations are to be telephoned to the Country Club before Saturday night. •F Starline Ballroom Sat Sept. 12 The EARL RUSSELL Orchestra Prizes! Prizes! Every Saturday Night ar 9:30 FBYP OFFICERS . . . New of- ficcrs of Carroll County Farm Bureau Young People arc left to right Bob Pottcbnum, president; Lorin Baumhovor, vice president; LaVonne Sehlerman, secretary; and Dale Bueltel, treasurer. They were elected at a FBYP meeting Wednesday night. (Photo by Bob Griffith) Past Grand Regents Meet at Halbur Home Past Grand Regents. Catholic Daughters of America, met Thurs -i day evening at the home of Mrs.! Robert Halbur. I Mrs. .John Holder reported on! Pioneer Day which was held in Ames recently. I The group is going to purchase the book "But With The Dawn Re-, .inning" by Mary Ellen Kelly. It j v ill he for their lending library | and also for the Carroll Public Li- hiary. Plans were made for the fall and fur fashion show to be held at Kuemper High School Oct. 12, sponsored by Court St. Rose of Lima No. (i. CD of A. Mrs. Halbur served refreshments at the close of the meeting from a lace-covered table, centered with an arrangement of fruit. Gold Star Mothers And Sisters To Be Guests of Auxiliary Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, will entertain the Gold Star Mothers and Gold Star Ssiters belonging to the unit at their potluck, Tuesday, Sept 15. at ti :i0 p.m. in the American Legion hall. Gold Star Mothers who have been invited are Mrs. H. J. Bernholtz. Mi>. .John Egan, Mrs. Harry Kunecke, Mrs. Amelia Gute, Mrs. Clem A White. Mrs. Ollie Wissler. Mrs. Henry Schmitz. Mrs. Abel Schlorholtz. Mrs. H. Lauridsen and Mrs A. H Manemann. Gold Star Sisters: Mrs. H. J. Conway, Mrs. .1. D. Beiscli, Mrs. Barney Sharp, Mrs. .John Ludwig, Mrs. Sadie Rates. Mrs. llulda Willenburg, Mrs K A. Si'hiltz. Agnes Kerwin, and Elizabeth Fisher. Chairman of the vent is Mrs. Ed Kruse. with Mrs. Clarence McGrane as her co-chairman. Following the putluck, a meeting will be held at 8 p.m. There will be entertainment after the meeting. A Good Thought for Today: If you want to live to be 90, don't look for it on the speedometer. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Make your next move our move * . . we'll get the goods there quickly and safely. Grouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3528 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving minor aW ALLIED **>• ItWft. I H Courteous Convenient Carrier Calendar Fridav— Rebekah Lodge IOOF Hall Sunday- Reception for Public School Teachers, Presbyterian Church, 3 - 5 p m. Presbyterian Mariners, 8 p.m. Church Undercroft Sunday— 2 -Ball Foursome, Country Club, 2:30 p.m., followed by dinner 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, Burko 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 Baudler L or L Club, Mrs. Frank Wegner American Legion Auxiliary 030 Potluck; regular meeting 8 p m. Gold Star mothers and sisters, guests Wednesday— Wa-Tan-Yc, Mrs. Louis E. Anderson Golf Supper. Country Club Lutheran Ladies Aid Guest Day, Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden, 2 p.m. South Central Deanery. DCCW. SS. Peter and Paul School W.S.C.S. Circles. 2 p.m.: lone's. Mrs. B. B. Lehman: Lucy's. Lucy Winter. Thekla's, Mrs. W. E. Bates; Night Circle, 8 p.m.. Mrs. Wilber Walkup United Presbyterian Women's organization, p r a y c r group, church sanctuary l 45. general meeting, undercroft. 2 p m. Thursday- Rainbow Girls. Masonic Temple Steak Fry Honors Parents of Triplets Employees of Peter Pan Bakers honored Mr. and Mrs. Al W. Smith at a steak fry Thursday niuht at the Southside Park shelterhouso. celebrating the birth of the Smith's triplets Aug. 2."). A gift of cash for the triplets was presented to them in a tiny blue cradle holding small triplet dolls It was made by Mrs. Elizabeth Finn. The remainder of the evening was spent playing cards and visiting. Attending in addition to Mr. and Mrs. Smith were Mr. and Mrs. Homer Kilzer. Omaha: Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Munson. Denison; and from Carroll: Mr. and Mrs Jerry Schcn- kelbcrg. Mr and Mrs. John Siepker, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Auen, Mr. and Mrs. George Neucrburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wilkens. the officers were seated. Two bouquets of fall flowers which were placed on that table were given as prizes later in the evening. Other tables were decorated with record albums, toy musical instru- \ ments and bongo drums. Mrs. Russell Nelson was chairman of the table committee, assisted by Mrs. Don Zimmerman, Mrs. Roger Bil- kc and Mrs. Dwnyne Anderson. * * * Mrs Sheldon Barnes, vice president, introduced guests attending for the first time, who were Mrs. John Scott. Mrs. Boyd Jones. Mrs. Kenneth Huegcrich, Mrs. Robert Timmcrman, Mrs. Daryl Gross; man, and Mrs. Theodore Gamm. i Attending Newcomers for the second time were Mrs. H. K. Richard] son, Mrs. Martin Grcteman, Mrs. I George Pease. Mrs. Don Bowman, . Mrs. Don Bierstedt, Mrs. Jerry i Wilson and Mrs. Robert Griffith, I Mrs. Robert Bagley and Mrs. William Blohm are new members of the club. * * * j The social chairman reported that a card party will be held in the near future, and the committee, named. Mrs. Justin Blatt will be chairman of the event. Bridge lessons will be started within the next two weeks. A report was Riven of a coffee held Aug. 20 at Mrs. Leon Pirotte's home which was attended by 12 women. Another coffee will be held Sept 24. , Mrs. William V. Orr presented a slate of new officers, to be voted !on at the next meeting. They include, for president, Mrs. Ronald Sehechtman: vice president, Mrs. George Morgan; secretary, Mrs. Roger Bilke; and treasurer, Mrs. , J. D. Moore. I The table committee for October was announced. Mrs. George Crouse will be chairman, assisted by Mrs Bilke. Mrs. Donald Eckel and Mrs. Leon Orlund. | * * • I Mrs. Blohm was awarded a free I dinner. I The remainder of the evening was spent playing cards. P.Irs. Morgan received the high score prize i and Mrs. Orr, low at the bridge . tables. Mrs. C. R. Kross and Mrs Huegcrich were prize winners at court whist. I The next dinner meeting will be Thursday evening, Oct. 8. Deanery DCCW To Meet Here on September 16 An open meeting of the South Central Deanery of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women will be held in the auditorium of ' SS. Peter and Paul School here at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 16. Registration will begin at 1:30 p.m. The meeting will be one of a series of fall deanery sessions within the diocese. Main items of business will be the election of officers. Globe census, and plans for the annual DCCW convention to be held at Sioux City, October 7. The Rev. Frank Brady, editor of the Globe, will be the principal speaker of the afternoon. Mrs. Lawrence Lang of Templeton, deanery president, will be in charge. Members of the SS. Peter and Paul Rosary and Altar Society will be hostesses, at a social hour which will follow the meeting. NEW ANTONIAN OFFICERS . . . Officers of the new class at Antonian School of Practical Nursing are Betty Wurzer. president, (seated left); Sr. M. Drusilla, secretary, (seated right); Pearl Weginun, treasurer, (standing left); and Richard OTool, vice president. Founded in 1058, the Antoniun school began its second year on Tuesday of this week. Officers were elected Wednesday. (Staff Photo) 4 Churches to Entertain for School Faculty Teachers of Carroll Public Schools, their wives and husbands, will be entertained in the undercroft of the First Presbyterian Church in Carroll from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday afternoon. The reception is sponsored by the women's organizations of the Presbyterian. Methodist, Episcopal and Lutheran Churches ol Carroll. All members of the congregations of thv four churches are invited to attend. Personal Paragraphs John L. Thompson and Marcia Anderson. Jackson. Minn., left Thursday after visiting several days in the home of John's mother, Mrs. Earl B. Thompson. They went to Jackson from Carroll, and then to Mankalo. Minn., where both are students at Mankato State College. Churches Mae Bromert returned to her home at Davenport Thursday after \isiting in the home of her nephew and nieces. Lorus. Mary and Helen Bromert at Maple River, and M DI and Mrs. Donald O'Hcrron at Carroll. She also visited other relatives and friends. She came to attend funeral rites for her sister, Mrs. J. J. O'Hcrron of Carroll. Mrs. Inez Rogers of New York City, and her mother. Mrs. J. O. Ralph, Sac City, were guests Thursday in the home of E. J and Caroline Rogers. They left Friday on a vacation trip to Colorado. ARCADIA PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Sunday, Sept. 13— 9 a.m. Sunday School. 10 a.m. Worship Service. Mrs. Neumayer I s Hostess To Club on Thursday Mrs. Virgil Neumayer was hostess to the ABC club at her home Thursday afternoon, i Mrs. Frank Roiling was the winner of the high score pinochle prize; Mrs. Paul Oswald, second high; and Mrs. Harvey Fleshner, low. , Lunch was served at the card tables after the games. Mrs. Oswald will be hostess at the club's next meeting, Oct. 8. 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. VFW Auxiliary Has a Regular Business Meeting Members of the VF WAuxiliary held a regular meeting in the Pub- l.c Library clubroom Thursday evening, conducted by Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, president. Guests at the meeting were Ruth Fecht, Boone, 6th District Junior Vice President, and Dorothy Christianson, also of Boone. Miss Fecht inspected the books of the organization. It was voted to donate $5 to the \eterans Hospital at Mt. Pleasant. A kensington will be held the evening of Sept. 22 in the home of Veronica Thieleke at Lidderdale. The group's next regular business meeting will be Oct. 8 in the li- hrarv clubroom. Extra-Easy to Make 1ST METHODIST CHURCH Glidden. Iowa. C. P. Hughe-,, Minister Sunday School at 9:30 a m. Worship Ser\ ice at 10:30 am The U.R. Welcome Sun Judy Bruuer came home Thursday from University Hospitals at Iowa City. Her mother. Mrs Robert S Bruner, who had been therewith her, brought her home. School class will together in the room on Sunday. I> m. Choir rehearsal ning at 7.JU p.m. enjoy a church Sept. 13. a y dinner dining at (5 30 Wednesday eve- FK1ENDS CHURCH I'hddcn. Iowa. A C Archer. Pastor Sunday services as follows: Sunday School at 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship at 11:00 a.m. Young People's meeting at 7; 13 p m . Carol Reever, leader. Doyle Patterson has charge of special music. Worship Service at 8 00 p m. Mid-week prayer service on Wednesday evening at 8.00 p.m. Welcome to these services. Beulah Country Club Members Are Entertained Members of the Beulah Country Club answered roll call with "Va- 1 cation Memories" at their first meeting of the club season Thurs- 1 day evening. Beulah Osborne was hostess at the E. J. Rogers home • in Carroll I Guests were Mrs. Oliver Ralph j Sac City, and her daughter. Mrs. Inez Rogers of New York City. At the close of the husiness meeting. Miss Osborne served a tray lunch. Louise Bowler Is Complimented At Bridal Shower Louise • Bowler, bride-elect of Jnmes Koenig. was complimented al a pronuptial miscellaneous shower at Mrs. Don Heilman's j home Thursday evening. ' Hostesses, sisters of the prospective bridegroom, were Mrs. Heilman, Mrs. Duane Beyerink ! and Judy and Diane Koenig. I Guests were his aunts and cousins. There were 20 in the group. * * * ( Bridal games were played and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Cyr- [ il Heinrichs. Mrs. Richard Heinrichs, Mrs. Hilbert Koenig and Mrs Don Koester. I The gifts were placed on a table centered with an umbrella, a 1 ride doll, and two attendants S dressed in Miss Bowler's colors of j two shades of purple. A two-course lunch was served alter the gifts had been opened. 1 * * * The weddinu will take place at 1 St. Joseph's Church, Carroll, Sat- utlay, Sept. 20. Mrs. Harry Nestle, Burlington, and Lavine Judge, St. Louis. Mo., came Wednesday evening and arc spending a few days with their sister. Izorn Judge. 59 MERCURY CLOSE OUT At your Mercury dealer's today! This is our final windup sale of the year. It's your chance to get America's best-built car for what you ordinarily might pay for a car with a low-price name. We must make way for '60 models. Don't miss out! For the best choice of models, see us today. Stop in! Check the once-a-year savings! HOULIHAN MOTORS Corner of Highway 71 and 3rd St. — Carroll, Iowa YEAR'S BEST BUYS RIGHT NOW AT QUALITY HEADQUARTERS-YOUR MERCURY DEALER'S Sties IT- i tic lies tall—n real tei She Invf- In itresh up. .straw \arn In make curls. Extra -easy In make — cut "SIK- IlilS nv arm-, it nil lens In one iMIth. Ill flop- with 1 i> sopiintle rounded. I'ntiern 7-l;Vi: pattern pieces 17-Inch dull, clul Ill '.S. lllll'ctltlllS. Send Tliirl>-flvi> cents iroliiM eacn puttern fui lsi-ciass maiiinu Senil tn Uallv rimes Herald 235 Household Alts Dept., iioX 16S Old Chelsea Station, New Vork. U, N.Y. Print plainly N A .MIC. A»- DHKSS. /ON K. I'ATTICKN MIMHI .lt. Out ALICE BROOKS Needlecraft Catalogue has manv lovely designs to order orochellhK. Knit tiny, emliroklery quilts, dulls, weaving A special Kilt. In the ~ataloe to keep a child happily occupied, -a cutout doll and clothes to color. Send 25 cents (or your copy of the book. DRUGS MADE MY CONSTIPATION WORSE If your constipation is canned by lack of bulk, rend this letter from Mrs. [''ran­ ees fastens, I.eMay, Mo.: "/ hcav taken alt kinds of drags for constipation and just got u*>rsc. Now I have a little bowl of Keltogg's Att-liran with null; even morning and get wonder)ulresults. I've never felt better." Millions of other people have hud the sumo experience. You Bee, Kellonii's All-Bran i.s a whole bran coreiil anil bran i.s nature's best hulk-forming food. An economical serving 'just one-half cup each mornmc Rives all the good food bulk needed for sale, natural regularity. Try Kellok'g's All-Bran for 10 days —let it work for you, too. ALL-BRAN 1ST METHODIST CHL'KCH Coon Rapids. Iowa Larl li. .loston. Pastor Saturday this week: Jr. Hi^h come as you are party. 6:30 p.m. Sunday. Sept. IS— 9:30 a.m. Church school Delmar Johnson, General Supt. Classes for all. 10:45 a.m. Worship. Sermon: "The Keys To the Kingd o m." Scripture and candles by youth of the church. Grcetcrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Smouse. 1.3U p.m. Cars leave for District Conference at Perry. Dismissal at 8. 5 pm Jr High MAT. the Sam I Bukoffs, sponsors; helpers, Garland Rabbins. 3:30 p in. Sr. High MAT. Roger Letts, program area chairman for the evening. Monday— 7.30 p.m. Second training session for 1-2 very Member Canvass visitors. '1 ni-silay— 2 p.m. Women's Christian Temperance I'nion in Fellowship Hall. Meeting of Sub-district ministers and wives. Glidden. Wednesday— 8 p.m. Reserved for Mary Jane King shower. Thursday— 7:30 p.m. Last training session for Livery Member Canvass callers. Saturday— a p.m. until served- Annual S m o r g a sbord, sponsored b y W S C S Mrs John Anderson, general chairman. Sunday. Sept. 20— Loyalty Sunday and Consecration of Visitors Sunday. Sept. 2~— Rally Day and opening of Christian Education Week. TRINITY EPISCOPAL CHL'KCH Ninth and Adams, Carroll. Iowa The Rev. H. Philip Aulfrey, vicar Mrs. Kenneth K Holley, organist Sunday — Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity— 713 a.m. Holy Communion. 10:43 am Morning Prayer and sermon; Church School classes; Coffee hour at the vicarage following service. 3-3 p m Inter-Church reception lor school teachers, at First Presbyterian Church. Monday— 8 p m. Trinity Guild, at the home ol Mrs. Joe Herman. Glidden Contact Miss Madeline White for Transportation Wednesday— !i a in. Holy Communion. Church School teachers' meeting following the service. ENDS SATURDAY "Blue Denim" Late Show Saturday Nite Ghost of China Sea CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Sun-Mon-Tues • AUDREY HEPBURN ANTHONY PERKINS. GREEN MANSIONS co uu«w« . ciwkuscoft a Mtiwcaat ' LEE J .COBB StSSUt HAYAKAWA - KtHftY SttVA" Open At 7:00 p.m. Shows at 7:20 and 9:15 p.m. Children Under 12 . . . 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