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September 14, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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***** Four Churches Give Reception For Faculty Members of the faculty of Carroll Publis Schools, their wives and "husbands, were guests at a reception Sunday afternoon from 3 to 5 in the undercroft of the First Presbyterian Church. Sponsored by the women's organizations of the Presbyterian, Episcopal. Lutheran and Method i s t churches, the event was attended by approximately 150. Members of the congregations of the churches were also invited. * * * In the receiving line were Supt. and Mrs. W. Paul Forney; High Second Girl from Mississippi Wins Miss America Crown School Principal and Mrs. J. Howard McElhinney; and Grade School Principal and Mrs. George Pease; together with president of the school board, Max H. Reed and Mrs. Reed, and presidents of the women's organizations of the four churches. Young people greeted the guests at the door; and host couples circulated among the guests during the afternoon. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with fall garden flowers and candles. Representatives of the four churches presided at intervals at the silver coffee service and at the punch bowl. * * * Committees for the reception included: Invitation, Mrs. Colburn Collingc, chairman, Mrs. A. A. Henning, Mrs. Vyrle Eckard and Mrs. John E. Martin; Decoration Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus, chairman, Mrs. Albert Janssen, Mrs. S. L. Sherman and Mrs. Carl Bauerle; Hospitality, Mrs. Paul D. Anne- hcrg. chairman, Mrs. Wilbert Sun MISS AMERICA CROWNED . . . Lynda Lee Mead, 20, Miss America of 1960 (right), of Natchez, Miss., is crowned by Miss America of 1959. Mary Ann Moblcy, who represented Mississippi last year. (NEA Telephoto) Starline Ballroom Tues., Sept 15 The Nation's No. 1 Polka Band Fat Dutchmen Christian Mothers Elect New Officers ARCADIA — New officers were elected at the first fall meeting of the Christian Mothers organization in St. John's parish hall Thursday evening. Elected president was Mrs. Vincent Collison; vice president, Mrs. Myron Bohnenkamp; secretary, Mrs. Leonard Rupiper; and treasurer, Mrs. Louis ! Schweers. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann opened the meeting with prayer and spoke briefly. Mrs. Greg Schweers, outgoing president, conducted the business session. The group voted to send a layette to St. Monica's home. Announcements were made of the open deanery meeting in Carroll Sept. 16 and the Diocesan convention in Sioux City Oct. 7. Lunch was served by Adeline Hannasch and her committee composed of Margaret Hannasch, Elvira Haverkamp, Louise Henkenius, Hildegarde Hinners, Mary Theresa Hoffman, Elizabeth Irlbeck, Luella Kohorst, Mary Kohorst and Rosemary Kohorst. On the entertainment committee were Marie Leiting, chairman; Shirley Leiting, Regina Ludwig and Ruth Lussman. Mrs. Leroy Niehaus received the door prize. ATLANTIC CITY. N. J. (AP>— The new Miss America says she thinks it is her duty to "educate herself, to make herself as wholesome as possible so as to set an example for the women of Amer- j dermann7Mrs !'c!' E 7 MclivahTand iC t,- , T J i .... I Mrs. John Morrison, Glidden: So spoke Lynda Lee Mead, 20,, Chairman of youth Group, Judy of Natchez, Miss., Sunday. She , Cr uchelow. Circle IV of the United won the title Saturday ng.ht, along p rosb ytcnan Women's organ i z a- with a $10,000 scholarship and I Uon had charge o{ the kilchen ar . the possibility of earning about ranRe ments. Mrs. Ralph M. Crane $75,000 from personal appear-, is drcle chalrman , ances. | Newsmen gathered around Miss . . Mead. How does she like to spend Mrs. Wiedemeier leisure time? "I like to read and listen to music," she said. She added that music did not include rock n' roll. "I just haven't been able to catch on to it." Boy friend? "There is no one terribly serious in my life." Eventual goal? "Ultimately, marriage and a family but it'll be I m m m m m » MANNING CREAMERY CO. COLD HOMOGENIZED 1VIILK. makes eyes gleam and fates beam • • • Sunny dispositions begin with shining good health. That calls for good nutritional balance. Manning Fresh Milk is a great nutritional balancer. For a healthier, happier family, serve milk often—by the glass or in tempting food dishes. COLD HOMOGENIZED MILK Sold at the Manning sign. MANNING CREAMERY CO. Gives a Party For Her Son, Michael Celebrating the sixth birthday of her son, Michael, Mrs. Merle Wiedemeier entertained at a party at their home Saturday afternoon. ,, , Guests were Sean Furey, Steven years from now, 1 m sure. 1 m, Langcnfeld. Jimmy Nurse, Marty not ready for that yet. 1 .... Miss Mead is the second girl in a row from Mississippi to win the title. Mary Ann Mobley of Brandon, Miss., Miss America 1959, also is a University of Mississippi student. This happened | V y e " re VeVved. once before—Miss Pennsylvanias won in 1935 and 1936. Miss Mead is 5 feet 7, has brown hair and green eyes and measures 36-24-36. Times* Herald, Cirroll, la. Monday, Sept. 14, 1959 Calendar 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 Baudlcr L or L Club, Mrs. Frank Wegncr American Legion Auxiliary 6:30 Potluck; regular meeting 8 p.m. Gold Star mothers and sisters, guests Wednesday— G.T.O.B. Club. Mrs. Andy Krapfl O.N.O. Club, Mrs. R. L. Baumhover Signet Lodge No. 264, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Wa-Tan-Ye, 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.: Ione's. Mrs. B. B. Lehman; Lucy's, Lucy Winter: Thckla's, Mrs. W. E. Bates; Night Circle, 8 p.m., Mrs. Wilber Walkup United Presbyterian Women's organization, prayer group, church sanctuary 1:45; general meeting, undercroft, 2 p.m. Thursday- Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Friday— Thimble Bee, Mrs. Arthur Naughton Saturday— D.A.R. Constitution Day, a.m. Coffee, Lucy Winter Kanne, Gary Tiefenthaler, Ned Heese, and Michael's brothers and sisters. The children played games, for which prizes were awarded, and rode the pony. Ice cream and Young Adults Have September Meeting The Young Adults Class of the Methodist Church held their September meeting in Fellowship Hall of the church Saturday evening. Devotions were led by the Rev. Ivan C. Bys. In their business meeting, the group voted to provide nursery service for the eleven o'clock Sunday worship service only at the church, beginning in October. They also voted to buy more nursery equipment. I Entertainment, in the form of a scavenger hunt, was under direction of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hackett [ and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Griffith. ; Refreshments were served at the close of the evening, Mr. and Mrs. » Dale Ferguson and Mr. and Mrs. j Oscar Denney comprised the lujich I committee. ENGAGED . . . Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Ovcrmycr of Adair announce the engagement of their daughter, Susan Jane, to Clarence Jalule, son of Mrs. Anna Jahde and the late Charles Jahde of Arcadia. The wedding date has not been set. 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VICTOR FEED & SUPPLY CARROLL, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Dion Mr. and Mrs. John C. Bobbins Mr. and Mrs. Charles Andersen MARRIED ... at the Presbyterian Church in Glidden Sept. 5, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lee Andersen are living at Elkliorn. Neb., where Mr. Andersen is dairy farming with his father and brother. Mrs. Andersen Is the former Susan Kay Romsbuig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Deane Remsburg of Glidden. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Andersen of Elkliorn, formerly of Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Robbins will be at home Sept. 20 at 710 Klrkwood, Iowa City, where Mi. Robbins will be a junior In the College of Medicine at the Stale University of Iowa. Ills bride is the former Janet Mary Halbur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John G. Halbur, 521 West Kith Street, Carroll. They were married in Carroll Sept. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Dion were married at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Carroll, Sept. 6. Mrs. Dion is the former Marie D. Grundmeier. She Is employed in the office of the city clerk in Carroll. 11 ho husband is a member of the Carroll police force. (Paige and Paige Photos) Personal Paragraphs St. Mary's Guild Gives Food Shower At Willey Sunday Mc- 9:30 I WILLLY — A food shower was Barbara Hinze, daughter of Mr. I Mr. and Mrs. Art Pudenz and 1 g j vcn f or t | ie s j S | ( . r . s 0 f St Mary's and Mrs. Leonard F. Hinze, is vis- daughters Peggy and Nancy, re- p nrisn j n lno p ar i. sn Activitiy Cen- iting her parents for several days turned to Kansas City, Mo, after te| . Sunday afternoon by members en route from Wethersfield, Conn.,! spending the past week with rela- 0 f st Supt. Forney Is Guest Speaker at Meeting of Mariners fdeals and objectives of Ameri- i can education were discussed by \V. Paul Forney, superintendent of; Carroll Public Schools and guest I speaker at the September meet- ] ing of the Mariners Sunday night at the Presbyterian Church. The business meeting and devotions were led respectively by Colburn and Jean Collinge. skippers. Devotions were based on Catherine Marshall's book "A Man Called Peter." Karl and Helen Rogosch were in charge of the recreation period and Bill and Vcrnamae Thomas were in charge of refreshments. A masquerade party was planned for the next meeting which will be held at the Presbyterian Church Sunday evening, Oct. ll. Mary's Guild. There were approximately (i0 in attendance Mrs. Robert Broich. president of the guild, introduced the sisters, who are Srs. M. Joyce. M. Consuela and M Marguerite Sr M. Martha was unable to be present in-law and sister Dr. and Mrs. D. B. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jaacks because of illness. Morrison and attended the wedding moved this weekend from the res-1 Mrs. vie Wernimont played a pi- of his niece Ann Morrison to Dar-, idence at 517 West 14th Street to ano solo '•Whispering Hope " rel Kokx on Saturday afternoon.; the Graham Apartments on North , After the sisters had ouened their They made th trip both ways in Grant Road. , f , 5 2 Mr. Perry's private plane leaving I i ^ « am " ™ ^yod and pr.z- the Carroll Airport Friday. I Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiskus of cs awardcd t0 Mrs Rohc " Ha,bur ' to Scottsdale. Ariz., where she will i tives in this vicinity. Peggy and teach English in the high school, j Nancy stayed with their grand— . parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wis- Mr ami Mrs. V. Stuart Perry re- kus Telet0 whi]c thejr turned Sunday night from Battle ' f orn j a Creek, Mich., where they spent the . 0Ini j a ' weekend with Mr. Perry's brother „ . _ . . Tcmpleton spent the weekend in Mr. and Mrs Carl Bauerle and Minncapolis wiln thcir dau „ nU , ri Mr and Mrs. George Holland at-' E | ainPi an employe of Northwest tended the home show at Ames orient Airlines Sunday and were dinner guests in J the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur 1 HAS BUNK PARTY tendon. | Donna Rae Berndt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Berndt, enter- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schwarzkopf of Mrs Joe llandlos and Susan Bayer. Pictures were taken during the afternoon, and dessert and coffee served alter the games The Southwest Circle, under chairmanship of Mrs. Joe Gloving and Mrs. Clarence Wittrock, were in charge of the entertainment and lunch. tained about :10 of her high school; Kansas City. Mo.: were in Carroll . . . . . , . , . over the weekend visiting their f" 1 fn * ND . S AT B bun party m her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Col- f ,,|m * F !' ,d f " l « h,i f°™! n K thl " lison and Mr. and Mrs. Pni i tenroll II , K h SCIHK .1 football game at Manning, the group had lunch Northern Ireland has a tion of million popula- Reunion of Rutten Schwarzkopf. They came especially to attend the wedding of Kathleen M. Wernimont and Lloyd A. Liatti at St. Mary's Church, Auburn, Saturday morning Mis. Schwarzkopf and the bride were nursing school classmates. Marilynn Tyrrell Family Held Sunday (Receives Scholarship A family reunion of the family : of Mr. and Mrs. Math Rutten of Marilynn Tyrrell, who returned to Denver. Colo. Sunday after Breda was held at the Southside ^ lldm - % wt ? k _ wilh ,. hei . ™ l £ Park shelterhoi.se Sunday. er : N ! ls 1 ran \ ly .r ;„KU.n Attending besides Mr. and Mrs. 1 "'^ a < Hlbllc .? ea,th , SC ?° * *T Rutten were Mr. and Mrs. Frank at ' le I'n'vcrs.ty o Coloiado. Rutten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bonder where she w.ll be en,oil- Richard Rutten and family, Mr. * d ,or th f co " 1 " lg yea 'i± h0 J^ and Mrs. Larry Leiting, Mr. and ?™Pj>yed the P a ^° <"£ Mrs. Larwence Vcnnor and fam- al Coloiado General , Hosp ' . ' n ily, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Venncr.; Dem ; er , le ^'^ t0 b " " b " d * s : Mr. and Mrs. Alhin Venner and ™ ld . at ' ,e 7 ddlllg , ° ) at . hnI( * n family. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Snyder,' Y 0 ™ 1 ™" 1 and ,^[ Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snyder and ^ s thurch al Aubmn bdlu 'family, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Sny- • day mo '""' ng at Tony's Restaurant before going to the Berndt home. ENDS TUESDAY . . . "Blue Denim" Shows at 7:05 & 9:00 P. M. Wed. thru Sat. der, Mr and Mrs. Marvin Snyder and family, Mr. and Mrs Louis Koester and family and Bonnie Kuhlman. Carroll: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rutten and family and Merlin Tiefenthaler, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Chris Neppl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Urban Neppl and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neppl and family, Moville; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Meister and family, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Venncr and family, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Phil Redig and family, Arcadia; and Janet Eischeid, Roselle. A picnic dinner was served at 2 Carroll Students Pledge Sorority, Frat Ann Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson, a freshman at Southern Methodist University at Dallas, has pledged Delta Gamma sorority. Mike Hensel, who is a freshman at Southern Methodist University at Dallas, has pledged Beta Theta Phi fraternity. Mike is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hensel. ENDS TUESDAY . . . "Green Mansions" IN COLOR CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Wednesday... Buck Night! SIGNET LODGE TO MEET Signet Lodge No. 264, A.F. & noon and the afternoon was spent A.M. will resume its meetings aft- playing cards and visiting. Group er summer vacation at 8 p.m. Wed- and generation pictures wer" nesday, Sept. 16, in the Masonic taken. Temple. CINEMASCOPE • EASTMAN COLOR A COLUMBIA PICTURE Continuous Nightly From 7:00 P. M. :'.":'•"""CINEMASCOPE GEORGE NADER • JOANNA MOORE 2 Big Features for Only One Buck Per Carl Open at 7:00 P. M. 1:1 ^ 'nee upon a ti me ^ firmly voice. Ttatte^ *«W '« ^ wet. out (or the eveni„g re "" mberei1 - \ a near -P anlc ' 8ne raced, to the toWk 2$ i 'O" a» she had to taught. Ph ° ne and ,! Don -t be frightened," said the reassuring voice of As she talked to Kathy she learned where the parents were visiting got another operator to caU JJem. In minutes they were home. P rclly short Routes, too, with a telephone sitter to talk to. Northwestern Del! Telephone Conii>uiiy

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