Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 15, 1959 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1959
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Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Rohert Aiken and children. Kenneth, Raymond, Rocky, Beverly and Dale, are moving Tuesday from Route 1, Carroll, to the residence at 221 West 15th Street, Carroll. Mrs. Laura Oswald returned from Omaha Sunday after spending a week with her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Oswald and their Infant daughter, Susan Elaine, who was born Aug. 31. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lcnz returned Monday from Dubuque where they took their son, Maurice, who is entering Loras College as a freshman. They were accompanied home by Mr. Lenz's niece, Sr. Baylon, for a short visit. Mrs. Frank J. Buchheit and daughter, Mrs. Charles M. Clark and her children John and Claudia returned Monday from a five-day trip to Denver and Colorado Springs. Colo. Their side trips included Red Rocks Park, Central City, Seven Falls, Cheyenne Mountain Zoo, and Will Rogers' Shrine of the Sun. At Denver they visited Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Herman and family. Mr. Herman is a broth- ier of Mrs. C. H. Clark of Carroll. At Colorado Springs they visited Mrs. Olga Theobald, formerly of Carroll, who is housekeeper for her son. the Rev. Duane Theobald, at the new Church of the Divine j Redeemer rectory there. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schwlz If ft for their home in Minneapolis Tuesday morning after visiti n g since Friday with their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. A. A. (Oje) Henning and family. Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Thomas returned Monday evening from a month's stay at their cottage on Sunset Beach. West Okoboji, which they had purchased from Mrs. H. L. Bell. First Fall Party Of DeBelles Club At Mrs. Perschau's Mrs. L. A. Perschau entertained the DeBelles Club at the first fall meeting in her home Monday evening. Mrs. Ike Auen and Mrs. Willian Blohm were guests in addition to members. Each received a gift from Mrs. Perschau. * * * Contract bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Gronstal and Mrs. Dick Happe. The hostess served lunch after the games. Mrs. Happe will be the next hostess Monday evening, Sept. 28. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Rogers Tuesday evening will be Mrs. Rogers' mother, Mrs. Selma Magill, and their son and daughter-in! law, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers and ' sons Steve and Jeff, all of Jefferson Mrs Magill will remain for several days in the Rogers home. The Rev. and Mrs. Ivan C. Bys of the Carroll Methodist Church were attending a sub-district meeting of ministers and wives at the Methodist Church in Glidden Tuesday morning. In the afternoon they were to attend funeral services at Boone for the Rev. T. J. Pettit, retired minister. Rev. Bys was to be one of the pallbearers. BANNS ANNOUNCED Banns of marriage were announced for the second time at St. Lawrence Church, Carroll, and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel, for Bonnie Kuhlman and Roland Ruttcn, who will be married at St. Lawrence Church at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 26. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuhlman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Rutten. Final Two-Ball Foursome Held At Country Club Mrs. B. G. Halverson and Merle Wiedemeier were first-place winners at the season's final two- ball foursome at the Carroll Country Club Sunday afternoon. Mrs. 0. M. O'Connor and Maurice Nurse won second-place. Dinner was served at the clubhouse following the games. The committee for the event was Mr. and Mrs Paul Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Halverson. Green Mansions' IN COLOR CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Wednesday... Buck Night! — CO-HIT — KILLER of largef APPOINTMEHTM, WITH A •'•ffiL SHADOW CEORGE NADER » JOANNA MOORE 2 Big Features for Only On* Buck Per Car! Open at 7:00 P. M. PARISH MEN TO MEET Men of SS. Peter and Paul parish will hold a get-together at 8 p.m. Tuesday in the shelterhouse of Southside Park. Entertainment and refreshments are planned. All men of the parish are invited. Boone Attorney Speaks to Rotary Club at Manning ENDS TUESDAY . . . Blue Denim Shows at 7:05 & 9:00 P. M. Wed. thru Sat. CINEMASCOPE • EASTMAN COLOfi A COLUMBIA PICTURE Continuous Nightly From 7:00 P. M. (Tlmp» Herald Ne«» Service) MANNING — Manning Rotary Club observed its 7th anniversary Tuesday evening, at its regular weekly dinner meeting. Paul Helwege, Boone attorney, and past District Governor, was guest speaker, talking on principles and merits of Rotary. He was accompanid by Walter Hinz of Boone, formerly of Manning. Oliver Himley, Manning elementary principal, was also a guest. The club received its charter in September, 1952, with 24 members, 13 of whom are still active. They are C. T. Bennett, Dr. William P. Chandler, Richard Crandall, Max Detlefsen, Henry J. M. Hansen, John R. Hansen, Peter F. Hansen, Dr. John Hornberger. Edwin Johnson, H. E. Meyers, William F. Ohde, A. H. Sanders and Eugene Zerwas. ! Lussman. The Presidents of the club have been \ was conducted William F. Ohde, Peter F. Hansen, A. H. Sanders. Arthur Rix, W. P. Chandler, Lyle Arp, and John Hornberger. Max Detlefsen is now serving in that office. H. E. Meyers and Dr. Chandler have had perfect attendance for their seven years of membership. Peter F. Hansen scored perfect attendance until going to Des Moines to serve in the state legislature. The Sept. 15 meeting will be held at the country home of Harold Schmidt, at 6 p.m. Mrs. Norman Gosch and Karen have returned to Valparaiso, Ind., after spending three weeks in the home of Mrs. Gosch's mother, Mrs. Elsie Siem. Robert L. Lenox of East St. Louis, 111., has been visiting in the home of his uncle, George Jackson and family. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1939 Calenda Tuesday— E.L.J. Club, Mrs. William M. Otto Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Pete j Baudler 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— G TO B. Club, Mrs. Andy Krapfl O NO. Club, Mrs. R. L. Baumhover Signet Lodge No. 264 , 8 p.m., Masonic Temple 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.CS. Circles, 2 p.m.: Ione'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, prayer group, church sanctuary 1:45; general meeting, undercroft, 2 p.m. Thursday— N.O.E. Club. Mrs. L. L. Akin Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Friday— F.L.C. Club. 9 B. W. Fisk Thimble Bee, Naughton Saturday— D.A.R. Constitution D a y, a.m. Coflec, Lucy Winter Trinity Guild Meets, Discusses Activities Business to do with the sixth annual birthday calendar and the fall rummage sale occupied members cf Trinity Guild at the meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Joe Herman in Glidden. * Mrs. Leighton Wederath is chairman of the rummage sale project Junior Legion To Have Study of Iowa a.m. Coffee, Mrs. Mrs. Arthur Mc- HEADS VFW AUXILIARY . . . Mrs. Jnnics Rhind, above, of Wilmington, Del., lias been elected president of Veterans of Foreign Wars ladies' auxiliary. M.C.C. Club Entertained By Mrs. Louie Bauer M.C.C. Club members w ere guests of Mrs. Louie Bauer Monday for an afternoon of pinochle. Prizes were won by Mrs. Bauer and Mrs L. M. Rohrbeck. After the games, Mrs. Bauer served lunch. The club's next meeting will be j the unit's Gold Star at the home of Mrs. August Dierks the afternoon of Sept. 28. ARCADIA — Leaders of the Junior Auxiliary, Ehlers-Gerken Unit 694. have announced that Iowa will be studied in the group's monthly programs this year. Mrs. Warren Andersen and Mrs. Leo Schwcers are leaders. A short discussion on "Iowa In the Beginning" was held at the September meeting, attended by 15 juniors and three of their mothers. Koll call was answered by naming the state bird, flower and motto. Year books were distributed; and Mrs. Andersen explained some j n e Walden and Mrs ol the year's activities which will include making stuffed toy animals for hospitals, holiday favors for the Woodward State Hospital and School, and birthday favors for the Glenwood State Hospital and School. A request was made for old nylons to be used in the projects. It was decided to send Mother a gift and the birthday calendar compilation and distribution is directed by Mrs. Robert A. Wright. Trinity Guild president Madeline White reported that during the summer the organization had provided refreshments for the Vacation Church School, had arranged a reception for the visitation of the Bishop of the Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Gordon Smith and had participated last Sunday with other church groups in welcoming the Carroll Public School staff. A note from Mrs. Talmagc Quick of Council Bluffs accepted the Guild's invitation to district four for the spring meeting of the Episcopal Church women. Time of the meeting will be determined at the next district board meeting and probably will be in April. Miss White appointed a nominating committee to report at the October meeting. Included are Mrs. Ii. Philip Auffrey. chairman, Myr- Wederath. Mrs. Charles Youmans was welcomed as a new member. The next meeting will be Oct. 5 with Miss Walden, who will be assisted by Jessie McMahon. 9:30 Federated Club Entertained by Christine Mess (Time* Herald News Service) | ARCADIA — Arcadia Federated Woman's Club met for the first meeting of the 1959-60 club year i at the home of Christine Mess | Tuesday evening. i The meeting opened with the! pledge to the flag and reading of, the Club Collect in unison. Devotions were given by Mrs. Walter business meeting , by the president. Mrs. Denis Leiting. j The club voted to give copies of, "Roberts Rules of Order" to the 1 Ar-We-Va grade schools in Arcadia and Vail. Mrs. Lussman read Auxiliary Honors Gold Star Mothers (Time* lleruld New* Srr\lce) MANNING — Gold Star mothers of Emil Ewoldt Unit No. 22, American Legion Auxiliary, were honored at the September meeting Tuesday evening. They were Mrs. Eustace Lake. Mrs. Uegina Mohr, Mrs. Henry Bonneson and Mrs. Ann Martens. Mrs Mardclle Fuller, daughter of Mrs. Bonneson, was also present. The business meeting was conducted by Emily Scheldorf, president Mrs. Joe Steen reported that she had purchased clothing for the unit's assigned child. The president gave a report on the recent visit of the Bloodmobile. and on a series of fall and winter dances sponsored by the Legion. Flag etiquette was discussed. Manning will be hosts at a county meeting in January The unit will sponsor a girls' state candidate in honor of Gold Star Mother's Month. Donna and Karen Andersen served lunch. The next meeting will be Oct 10, with Kathleen Andersen and Jane Nobiling as hostesses. of Mrs. Hanssen Entertains Club at Bridge-Luncheon Mrs. D. W. Hanssen was hostess to the Monday Bridge Club at a bridge-luncheon at the Burke Motor Inn Monday afternoon. The luncheon table was centered with a basket of roses. Two guests. Mrs. Andy Matt and Harriet Anderson, each received a gift from Mrs. Hanssen. I Mrs. E. A. Wissler received the i high contract bridge prize, and Mrs. W. J. Wieland, second high. ' Mrs. Louis H. Anderson will be an article on "Find New Facts on ""'is year. Twelve subscriptions will Hymns." Mrs. Leiting read an ar- j l,e *? n{ '° 'he district treasurer for the unit's quota for the BOMB, 8th Mr. and Mrs. Sheldon Barnes are moving today from an apartment at 408 West Seventh Street to the residence at 422 South Elm Street. tide from the General Federation of Women's Club magazine on, "Organizations." Mrs. William No- j biling gave the program on "September." I Mrs. Nobiling. first vice presi-' dent and chairman of the program ; committee, distributed the new year books and explained the program selected for this club year. The meeting w a s formally closed with the reading of "The American's Creed" by Mrs. Lussman. A social hour followed the meeting, and refreshments were served by the hostess. district paper. Lola Ahrendsen received the draw prize. The tea table was laid with a yellow cloth, and decorated with a fall flower arrangement and yellow tapers in green holders Miss Schel­ dorf was at the silver service. Gifts were presented by the unit to the Gold Star members. Mrs. Elroy Schrum was in charge oi tea arrangements. F. B. Groups to See Films of Trip Mr. and Mrs. Frank West Carroll will show slides of their trips to Washington, D. C. at annual Farm Bureau meetings of Glidden, Grant, Jasper and Rich! kind townships in the REA build-. lhe hostess at the Burke Motor 1 ing at Glidden Tuesday night. be 'i lnn Se P 1 ' 28 i ginning with a potluck supper at 7.30 p.m. j Mr. West visited Washington I last spring as Carroll County rcp- 1 resentativc in a delegation of Farm Bureau men and Mrs. West ! later in the spring as local representative in a delegation of Farm | Bureau women. Both will report on experiences of their trips. The annual meeting of Maple River. Wheatland and Arcadia townships was held in the Farm Bureau building here Monday night. Opinionnaires distributed by : the county Farm Bureau resolutions committee were discussed and a motion picture. "The Very Idea," dealing with the remodeling of an old house, was shown Bob Griffith, county conducted the meeting j ments were served by i the group. Awards Go fro Insurance Men of Area National Quality Awards were presented to Otto Wittkopp and Louis Greteman of Carroll at the first fall luncheon meeting of the West Cntral Iowa Association of Life Underwriters Monday in the Driftwood Room of the Burke Motor Inn. The award is conferred for writing $150,000 insurance or over sustained at. 90 per cent persistency for two years or more. Presentation was made by Charles Underwood of Audubon, National Quality Award chairman. Certificates for completing parts one and two of the Life Underwriters Training Council course were conferred upon Ivan Dull, Warren Kerndt and Otto Wittkopp* of Carroll and Tony Tiabcr of Lohrville. Presentation was made by John Flaherty of Jefferson, chairman- elect of the next LUTC course to be held in Carroll. Joe D. Young, estate-planning officer of the Central National Bank and Trust Company, Des Moines, was the guest speaker of the luncheon program. Mr. Young discussed estate planning with special emphasis on the importance of cooperation between insurance men and lawyers for the best interests of their clients. Guests included three Carroll attorneys. Russell Wunschel. Ronald Schectman and Vincent Powers; ; Mel Graham, Audubon county attorney: Dolman llildreth and Homer Agaolor, Rockwell City insurance men and Tom Ryan, Carroll insurance man. j Mr. Wittkopp, as president of the | West Central association, conduct- led the meeting which was attended l>y 36 members and guests. Tent a, tive plans were made for the next j meeting which will be held at the ' Burke Motor Inn. Monday. October i 12. A speaker will be selected. Potluck Precedes Halbur Ladies Guild (Times lleruld >c«s Scnlce) HALBUR — A 7 o'clock polluck dinner preceded the monthly meeting of the members of the St. Augustine's Ladies Guild Tuesday evening in the school auditorium, with 76 members present. The meeting opened with prayer by the Rev. L. J. Greteman after which Mrs. Clarence Wempe, president, presided at the business session. Communion Sunday will be Oct. 18 Plans were made to attend the DCCW. meeting Oct. 7 at Sioux City. Fr. Greteman fieklman ' sp0 ^ c 10 " ie Sroup. Election of of- A friendship founded on business is a good deal better than a business founded on friendship . Refresh- women of The motto of New Hampshire is "Live Free or Die." The Granite State soldiers were among those fighting at the Battle of Bunker Hill. A • ,v .". v s (• | R S 1 Q U A I I ! 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I Blue ribbon winners were David Lemker and Jerome Schroer of j the Maple River Cyclones who demonstrated "How to Construct a Permanent Bait Box for Rat Control". I Winners of a red ribbon were Dale Schrad and Bob Zimmerman, j also of the Maple River Cyclones, ; whose demonstration was entitled , "Contouring Pays". The two teams were accompanied to Spencer by Francis Zimmerman, leader of the Maple River 4-H club. David Lemker and Jerome Schroer had originally been picked to demonstrate at Iowa ] State Fair but were prevented from ' making the trip because of a death in the Lemker tamily. , Last of Triplets Released at Hospital Richard Gerard Smith, second oldest of the triplets born to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred W. Smith on August 25 at St. Anthony Hospital, was released from the hospital Monday afternoon. His weight at the time of his dismissal was (5 pounds, 8 ounces, a gain of one pound, 4 ounces over his weight at time of birth. James Gerard, eldest of the triplets, is still in an Isolette and now weighs 4 pounds, 12'- ounces. His weight at birth was 3 pounds. 14 ounces. The youngest. William Gerard, now weighs 5 pounds 12'^ ounces. He weighed 4 pounds, 5 ounces at birth. James and William are reported as "gaining well." CAN'T LOSE NEWARK, N. J. <AP> — When George Ortland put a nickel in a meter so he could park .his car ] for a half-hour, the meter regist- | ered the 30 minutes and immediately threw back the nickel. I Ortland put the nickel in again. The meter chalked up another 30 i minutes' credit — and again gave him his nickel back. Ortland sent 10 ficers was held. Mrs. Ed Vcnner was elected president, succeeding Mrs. Clarence Wempe; Mrs Alvin Eich, vice president, succeeding Mrs. Robert Hausman; Mrs. Helen Halbur, secretary, succeeding Rose Leiting; and Olga Tiefenthaler, treasurer, succeeding Florine Koenig. The new officers will take over at the next Guild meeting Oct. 21 Quilts, which were donated by Rose Leiting. and Mrs Anna Hinners, were won by Mrs. Joe Eich and Mrs. Dale Hinncrs. The door prize was won by Kate Schmitz. Traveling bingo was played, and prizes won by Mrs. Henry Eischeid. Mrs. Fred Dalhoff. Mrs. Helen Krogman, Mrs. Leonard Brincks and Mrs. Art Hinners. Circle 3 was in charge of the meeting with Mrs. Donald Hinners, chairman; Mrs Art Leiting. co-chairman, assisted by Mrs. Peter Potthoff. Mrs. R J. Hcinen, Mrs. Helen Hacker. Mrs. George V. Eischeid, Mrs. Ed Sibe- naller and Mrs. Melvin Herbers. At the next meeting which will be a shower for the nuns. Circle 4 will be in charge, with Mrs. George Yogi, chairman and Mrs. Roman Wittrock. co-chairman. R. J. "Bob" DOLEZAL INSURANCE IS NOT JUST A POLICY: IT'S A COUNSELOR SERVICE. Dolezal insurance Agency sees that you're adequately covered with guarantee of prompt, fair settlement of all claims. 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