Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 15, 1959 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1959
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Times Herald, Cirrffal, U .'f Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1959 ROUGH SLEDDING . . . Hang- \ ing on, Janice Arndt (center) 1 clamps a deadlock on Dawn I Baker as they sample a fast- moving ride at Riverside Park, Springfield, Mass. Scour Program Is Organized for Lake View Girls (Times llrrnld News Srrvlcr) j LAKK VIKW —A program of Scouting for girls between the ages of 7 and 17 is being set up in Lake View under guidance of the j Lakota District Council at Fort Dodge. Mrs. Robert Deur is Iroop chairman. She stated that the Legion Auxiliary members are sponsors of the Girl Scouts and the Auxiliary and the Lake View Woman's Club are co-sponsors of the Brownie troops. Mrs. Deur is chairman of the two groups with the other officers and their duties as follows: first vice president. Mrs L. A. Drilling, is treasurer for the G1rl Scout financial program: Mrs. M. A. Durst as secretary will be in charge of the minutes of the sponsors committee meetings and will handle all correspondence for both groups; Mrs. Lloyd Moody as Troop organizer will organize the leaders for the Brownie troops and handle the financial program for the Brown- its. Mrs. Robert Logan is grievance chairman and will organize all Girl Scout leaders. Mrs. Moody, 'lroop organizer for the Brownies, is a member of the Legion Auxiliary and is Junior Activity Chairman of the Woman's Club. The purpose of the new organization is twofold: to help unify work of the Girl Scouts and the Brownies and to act as a council for both the Girl Scouts and Brownies. There will be a general meeting of the committee every month on the second Brownie meeting of each month, with all Girl Scout and Brownie leaders present. i The Girl Scouts plan two general meetings a year which will include the Brownies. First is an invesiture service in October and the second, the Girl Scout birthday party in March. The Brownies plan as their two general meetings to include the Girl Scouts in a Christmas party and a Mother's Day tea. It is further planned to attend the Leaders training school at Coon Kapids the week of Sept. 21. By attending ltf hours, Lake View will have trained Girl Seoul leaders. Leaders arc, Mrs. Robert Logan assisted by Mrs. Wilmer Webster for the older Girl Scouts, and Mrs I. A. Bruner assisted by Wandella. Flink, the Fly Hps. Brownie leaders are Mrs. Don Nelson, Mrs. Don I'eters. Mrs. Ted Streed, Mrs. Leo Miller and Mrs. Paul Potter with a possible sixth leader to be named soon. i E. A. Heims Are Home from a Visit In Sioux Falls, S. D. (TIIIIPK Herald Sewn Knrvlre) ALBURN - Mr. and Mrs. E.A. Heim returned Sunday evening after spending a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. Lanny Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Van Lok in Sioux Falls, S. D. They helped Mr. and Mrs Schulte celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary and Mrs. Scluilte's birthday, and the first anmversary of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Van Lok which was Sepbember 3. Mrs. Van Lok is their granddaughter. They also called in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Heim and family and Mr and Mrs. Paul Heim and family at Cherokee Douglas Heim lour-year-old son oi Mr. and Mrs Cletus Heim. fell and broke a collarbone. He had the same bone broken two years ago. Mr and Mrs F 0. Shelp and Mr. and Mrs. James Shelp and family of Auburn.'and Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fell and sons of Lake City joined Mr and Mrs John Shelp and fanyly for a picnic at Storm Lake Sunday. Mrs La Vona Shannon visited over the weekend in the homes of Mr and Mrs. Duane Shannon and Mr and Mrs. Alan NeiUkc in Des Moines Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ratigan and daughter, Lori, of Bancorft, F.luine Knligan and Geiu- Marchello of Omaha, Neb, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ratigan, Sponsored by Ellerbroek's and Princess Pam Sweaters Princess Pam Sweater Given Away For Every CHS and KHS Home Game You Have Eight Chances to Win a Lovely Princess Pam Sweater $10 Any High School Miss or Junior High Miss In The Carroll Trade Area Is Eligible to Enter Come in girls, and get in on the ac' All you ha^e to do is to guess the score of the winner and loser in the home game being played on the Carroll field that week. Come in and write down your guess . . . you could be the winner if you guess the correct score. Come in tomorrow .... come in every week. TJie first game is Ihe Carroll High-Manilla game being played here Friday night. Come in and guess the score. Get a $10 Princess Pam Sweater. In case of tie, winner will be decided by lot. Here Are The Rules in This Football Contest 1. No purchase is necessary. All you have to do is to come in and write down your gueM of what team will win the game and by what score. All guesses must be in by 5 p. m. day of the game. 2 Any high school or junior high girl within the Carroll area is eligible to enter. 3. In case of two games in the same week, you will be permitted to guess on both games. Everyone is urged to write down a guess on every game, no matter what high school you attend. 4. Winners will be announced in the Daily Times Herald on Monday following each game. Go To Every Game in Carroll — Support Both Teams all thru the Season! Buy Season Tickets Now! Here's the Dates of all the Home Games! 1959 SEPTEMBER 1959! 1959 OCTOBER 1959 1959 NOVEMBER 1959 SUN f MOM THU 1 2 5 6 7 8 9 10 15 14 15 16 17 20 21 22 25 2 27 28 29 50 MON I TOE WED THU 5 6 7 8 12 15 14 !5 19 20 21 22 26 27 28 29 12 5 4 3 6/7 8 9 10 II 1^4tT 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 25 24 25 26 27 28 29 50 y Dozens of Lovely Princess Pam Sweaters for Your Fall Sweater Wardrobe This is a sweater year. So many soft, warm and lovely sweaters to choose from by Princess Pam . . . Fall's newest colors to wear everywhere. Softer than soft Australian wool and mohair in newest fall shades. FAVORITE sweater fashion of the lovely girls of Vienna adapted to the easy American look. Shorty shaker, bulky 100% wool, with convertible collar. Sizes 34 to 40. $8.98 \ DONE IN the casual, yet elegant British: manner, with convertible Antibeis collar in fabulous Frostee mohair and wool in a lovely palette of; colors. 34 to*40. GILT BUTTONED blazer in the manner of Chanel . . . it's the new look in sweaters. Luscious brushed wool and mohair in marvelous colors. 34 to 40. DASHING and different, the star of your sweater wardrobe, bulky 100% wool with mock turtle neck in many color combinations. 34 to 40. $9.98 $12.98 $7 .98 ON A COUNTRY LANE or on campus, wear the cardigan with the British look . . . raglan shoulders, mock turtle neck and turn­ back cuffs. Frostee mohair spiced wool in wonderful woodsy colors. Sizes 34 to 40. $10.98 ELLERBROEK'S of Carroll t

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