Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 15, 1959 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 15, 1959
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Actor Wayne Morris, Navy Flying Ace, Dies HOLLYWOOD (AP) - Actor Wayne Morris, 45, Navy flying ace in World War II. is dead of a heart attack suffered on the bridge of an aircraft carrier at sea. Ho was watching air maneuvers from the USS Bonhomme Richard off Monterey, Calif., when he collapsed Monday. Morris was aboard as guest of the skipper, Capt. David S. MacCampbcll of Los Angeles. MacCampbcll, his uncle, led Morris' wartime squadron, famed fighting Squadron 15. Morris, whose death was announced here by an old friend, publicist Bill Walters, was the fifth show-business luminary to die in nine days. The others were actors Edmund Gwenn and Paul Douglas, actress Kay Kendall and Hollywood dress designer Gilbert Adrian, husband of Janet Gaynor. The 200-pound, 6-foot-2 actor was horn Bert De Wayne Morris in Los Angeles. He had been a star football player at Los Angeles City College when a Warner Bros, talent scout discovered him at the Pasadena Playhouse. He enlisted in the Navy in 1941 MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American Van Lints, inc. i and joined Squadron 15 aboard ' the carrier Essex in the Pacific. ! Morris flew 57 missions and took ; part in raids on Marcus, Wake, Iwo Jima, Okinawa and other targets. He earned his rating as an ace by shooting down seven Japanese planes. He also was credited with sinking a Japanese gunboat and tow enemy destroyers and helping destroy a submarine. Three F6F Hellcats he flew back to his carrier were so bullet-riddled they had to be jettisoned. Morris won four Distinguished Flying Crosses and two Air Medals. He was discharged after the war as a lieutenant commander. He remained in the Naval Reserve and toured bases and veterans' hospitals as an entertainer. His career as a handsome screen hero failed to flourish after the war and he slipped into B pictures. Three years ago he switched to character parts and found new demand for his talents mostly in television. I In January 1939 Morris was ' married to tobacco heiress Leonora i Bubbles 1 Schinasi. A son, i Bert Wayne Morris, was born in December 1939 but the marriage was stormy and ended in divorce in 1941. "*A year later Morris was married to the former Patricia Ann O'Rourke. They lived in suburban Studio City with their two daughters, Patricia and Melinda. TRAINED "SMELLER" In the oil industry, a "mud smeller" is a trained engineer who interprets information brought up by the drill as it probes deep into the earth. Admiral 7 Transistor Pocket Radio $29.95 and up SPORRER'S TV *L A ""ANCES 901 SALINGER Dr.Anneberg Tells of Trip Over Seaway A trip through the newly-completed St. Lawrence Seaway was described to Carroll Rotarians Monday night by Dr. Walter A. Anneberg. Dr. Anneberg showed color films of scenes along the way. The program was in charge of Charles E. Knoblauch. Dr. Anneberg briefly traced the history of the seaway, which started more than 100 years ago when pioneers built a small bypass at Sault Stc. Marie, Mich., to avoid being targets for the Indians. This first Great Lakes project was 18 inches deep, five feet wide and eventually extended 10 miles. The Wclland Canal, built by a private individual, was the first major project. It was built to go around Niagara Falls. It has a drop of 600 feet. The Wclland canal has been rebuilt four times and, according to Dr. Anneberg. apparently is in need of another rebuilding because of the crush of traffic. It took 30 hours during his trip to get through the canal. The success of the Wetland canal, Dr. Anneberg said, stimulated greater efforts to improve the seaway. Only a few months ago. the United States and Canadian governments completed the renovation of the existing waterways and provided the long-sought link to the sea that allows ocean going vessels in the Atlantic to proceed inland as far as Chicago. Guests at the meeting included Marianne Van Schaik of Zeist, The Netherlands, exchange student attending Carroll High j School, and her companion, Jan White; Junior Rotarians Roger Kaspersen of Carroll High and Tom Wernimont of Kuemp e r High; Walter Schultz of Minneapolis, father-in-law of A. A. iOje) Hcnning and the Rev. Walter E. Schiel of Manchester, former Carroll Rotarian. Timet Herald, Carroll, la. w Tuesday, Sept. 15, 1959 Q TURN IN BOOK FORMS One hundred and twenty - nine girls from 13 of the 4-H girls' clubs in Carroll County have turned in book report forms at the county extension office in the Farm Bureau building, according to Lucilc Buchanan, county extension home economist and girls* 4-H adviser. Halbur Happy Lassies head the list with a 100 per cent report. Fourteen of the Cloverbelles' 15 members have reported. Other clubs with a large number of their members reporting are Willey Merry Maids, Maple River Top Notchers, and Breda Happy Helpers. The United States has 6 per cent of the world's total land area. HE'S GOT TO GO . . . Peter Zylslra has been informed by Fcrndatc Mich., police that his six-month-old lion has to go. A city ordinance prohibits keeping of animals other than those normally kept as house pels. He intends to take it up in court. Manneman Family Has Annual Reunion (Tlniivi llrruld New* Service) BREDA — The annual family reunion of the Mannoman families was held Sunday at Memorial Park. A picnic dinner and supper were served. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Manneman. Georgia and Karen, Fonda: Mr. and Mrs. Dick Manneman and Schelley. Varina, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bitner and family, Emmetsburg: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Bojinski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Manneman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Naughton and son, Rickey. Omaha; John and Agnes Manneman and Emma Tiefenthal- cr. Breda. Mr. and Mrs. George Van Camp and daughter of Sioux City spent the Labor Day weekend at the Dr. T. II. Van Camp home. Catherine Reynolds of D c s Moines visited from Friday until Sunday at Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bohnenkamp's home. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Dcthlef- sen and children of Sac City visited Sunday at the Walter Fee home. Clarence Devaney, who is employed at Sioux City, came Saturday to spend Sunday and Labor Day with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Determan and family of Des Moines spent the weekend and Monday at Mrs. Elizabeth Determan's home. See Nikita Preparing a Dramatic Surprise for U.N. Speech Friday By MAX HARRELSON UNITED NATIONS, N.Y. (AP) •The U.N. General Assembly opens its 14th session today amid speculation that Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev is preparing a dramatic surprise as part of his speech here Friday. Diplomats familiar with Soviet thinking expressed doubt that Khrushchev would pass up an opportunity such as this without a new proposal which would grab worldwide headlines. Some such move was hinted at by Soviet Deputy Foreign Minister Vasily V. Kuznetsov, who said on his arrival in New York that this Assembly might well be a turning point. Kuznetsov will head the So­ viet delegation after the departure of Foreign Minister Andrei Gromyko. Delegates recalled that President Eisenhower, in an address before the Assembly in 1953, caused a world sensation by proposing ah international atoms-for- peace agency. This has since then become a reality. There was no indication as to what sort of proposal Khrushchev might make.. The general expectation, however, was that he would make a bid for international cooperation on space exploration or offer a new approach to the disarmament problem. The opening of the 82-nation Assembly was completely o v e r- shadowed by the Khrushchev visit to the United States. Today's session was limited to the election of officers and the organization of the powerful steering committee which will get down to business Wednesday. Its first business will be whether to place on the agenda such controversial issues as the seating of Red China and the French-Algerian issue. The Assembly will deal with about 70 items. The veteran Peruvian diplomat, Victor Andres Belauiule. was slated to be elected president of the Assembly without opposition. The general debate will begin Thursday, when U. S. Secretary of State Christian A. Metier delivers a major policy declaration. as seen on TV on playtex mo,d n hold zipper girdle... now only •8.95 .00 dies 1959 styles Mary-Martha Circle Meets At Lanesboro (Tlniei llrruld News Ser\tec) LANESBORO - The Mary-Martha Circle of the Woman's Society of Christian Service met for their day at the home of Alice Remsburg with 22 members present. The meeting was called to order I by the vice-chairman, Fern Pott- roff. presiding in absence of the chairman. Agnes Widman. Ella Waldron gave devotions. Following a short business meeting, plans were made for the Joy Circle supper to be served Wednesday, Sept. Id, and plans for the rummage sale. Sept. 19th. The God's Portion Sale was also discussed. It has been set for Nov. 20, at the Lake City Sale Barn. Vera Hobbs gave the lesson from the Study Book, "The Twelve Christ Chose." Chapters 2 and 3. on Simon Peter and Andrew. At the close of the afternoon, refreshments were served by the hostess and co-hostesses, Vera Anderson, Marge Dewey, and Leola Remsburg. The next meeting will be on the regular meeting day, Oct. 27 at the home of Zeline Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lewis and family have moved to Omaha where Mr. Lewis is employed. Members of the O.D.O. Club met Iriday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Anderson with 13 members and one guest, Mrs. Almyra Jenkins, present. Roll call was answered with "Schoolday Memories." Following a short business meeting, the afternoon was spent visiting and refreshments were served. The next meeting will meet at the home of Myrtle Beeglc with Mrs. Edith Malen hostess Oct. 2. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mosher spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Mosher and family at McCook, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Harshbarger of Scranton were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Howe honoring Mrs. Howe on her birthday which was on Saturday. Mrs. Harshbarger's was Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Wick of Lee Center, Minn, spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuebler. Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Merrill and family of Readlyn, Iowa were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Pederson. Mrs. Cecil McCoy and son arc home from McVay Hospital in Lake City. The baby is named Eddie Arnold. He has two sisters and a brother. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Widman received word of the arrival of a new grandson, David Karl, born to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Widman at Omaha. August 29. Mrs. Millard Gossman of Tulsa, Okla. has gone home after spending several weeks with her mother, Mrs. Ray Garwood. Several from Lanesboro attended the Band Festival at Dayton Monday and the Rodeo. 4*. •b. woht Me. — dolh 'Omenta* magic controller . now only *6.95 Tak* advantage now, while rhey last, of this final offer of 1959 Playtex Girdles at a real saving. We have tfte full range of in* in eacn style if you hurry. playtex mold 'n hold zipper girdle zips on and off so easily. Magic "finger" ponefc smooth you front and back. Girdle or ponty girdle. White or pink, formerly $10.95 now only $8.95. (XL $9.95). playtex magic controller vMh magic "finger" panels for tummy control. Girdle or ponty girdle. White or pink, formerly $6.95 now only $6.95. (XI $7.95). Hurry, rhe supply is limited WATERS 5th St. Dept. Store LUCKY AT LAST BALTIMORE (AP» -Capt. and Mrs. Rese Layton scoured the city and its environs for canned turnip greens because the fresh variety was out of season. None could be found. Then, on a trip through the South, they found a case of turnip greens in a South Carolina country store and snapped up the whole case. They were canned, of course, in Baltimore. .Japan National Railways is building a new train which will travel at 150 miles an hour between Tokyo and Osaka. Harvey Wrights Spend Weekend In Libertyville, III. (Tlmri llrrnld New* SerUrr) AUBURN — Mrs. II a r v e y Wright of Auburn. Mr. and Mrs. Gcrd II. Gerdes of Wall Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schoncbooin of Lake View were weekend guests in the Floine of Mr. and Mrs. Marie Minser and son at Libertyville. Hi. Lillian Wiseman. Mrs. Lottie Gorman and Ralph Williamson vis- itied Friday with Mrs. M. Brooks and Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brooks at Okoboji. Visitors the past week in Mrs. Zillah Spafford's home included Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Backtold and Jane Ann, Sarcoxic. Mo.. Mrs Charles Waldo and children. Jefferson, and Mrs. John Snyder and children of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Marquardt and sons, Gary and Tom drove to Ajnes Monday where Gary remained to enter Iowa State University as a freshman in the engineering division. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pfannkuch and family visited relatives at Newell Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William Smith and family of Peoria, 111., and Mrs. John Zimmerlc of Jefferson were overnight guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerle and family. Mrs. John Zim­ merlc remained for a longer visit. Roy Hensel of Huntsvillc, Tex., Mr. and Mrs. W. J Hensel and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Minglin visited Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. V. M. Brooks and Mrs. M, Brooks at Okoboji. Sunday they spent the day at Springbrook State Park near Guthrie Center. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kuehl and daughter, Judy, of Allison visited over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Marquardt and sons. Mrs. E. A. Heim. Mrs. Roger Heim and son David and Mrs. Leo Heim and children. Jimmy and Doris Ann were dinner guests Monday of Mr. and Mrs. Al Wicd- erhold and family at Carroll. Joanc Heim accompanied them home after a short visit in the Wiederhold home. Mrs. Anna Willert has returned from visiting Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Koepsel and family at Des Moines. Mrs. Reo Miles and son. Ronnie, drove to Winnebago. Neb., Saturday. They took Bobby Penn back to the Mission school there after he had spent the summer in their home. Mr. and Mrs Albert Sporlcder helped Mr. and Mrs. Charles Spor­ lcder and family move from Storm Lake to Council Bluffs over the weekend. Charles Sporlcder is cm- ployed by the Sidles Company at Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Morgan of Adaza and Mrs. Nora Spenla of Lohrville visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Blanche Garnatz. Mrs. Mabell Coats has returned from a visit with relatives at Mason City. 1st Lt. and Mrs. Charles Spor­ lcder and sons of Des Moines were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Putbresc and Jim. 4-H Girls Give Demonstrations At Garden Club (Times llrruld Nni« smtrrt WALL LAKE - The Wall Lake- Garden Club held a regular meeting in the community building Friday afternoon. Roll call was answered with "What brought me the greatest garden joy." Following the business meeting two 4-IH demonstrations were given. The first "go plain or fancy with nut bread" was given by Suzanne Neppl and Connie Sarchet. The second on cutting up chicken for freezing was presented by Mir i a m K'rickson and Dianna Eaton. The birthday song was sung for two members whose birthdays occur in September. Lunch was served by Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mrs. Otto Nomsen and Mrs. Carl Von Ehwe- gen. The following women from the First Presbyterian Church attendee! guest day at the Carnarvon Church Wednesday afternoon: Mrs. R M Hull, Mrs. Ronald Gustafson. Mrs. B. K. Stephens. Mrs. R.L. Goodenow, Mrs. Harry McCntch- con, Mrs. Henry Bielma, Mrs. Minnie Bielma. Mrs. Gerd B. Gerdes. Mrs. Leonard Mauer. TMrs. Brown. Miss Wanda Sifford, Mrs. Otto Nomsen. Mrs. Abbie Brink, Mrs Clara Willhoitc. Mrs. Leo Willhoite. Mrs. Lyle Willhoitc and Mrs. Henry Meyer. Mr and Mrs. Jack Frew of Ce- d;.r Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dahlene of Manson spent Thirrsday afternoon in the home of tlx? women's cousin, Mrs. Mary Qiiinlin. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hedberg of Odebolt and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hedberg and family returned Monday from Hayfield, Minn., where they visited in the Roy Hrdberg home, and with other relatives Mr. and Mrs. Herb Ballard of Wellsburg were weekend gdests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Ballard. Additional Sunday dinner and supper guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Ballard of Lr*e City. Junior High Athletes Pick Cheerleaders A squad of five cheerleaders was, picked by junior high athletes in final voting at Carroll Public Scht/ols Monday . Elected were Kathy Vettcr and Mary Youmans, seventh grade pupils: Judy Andrews, Sara Farnor and Susan Ware, represent- ini' the eighth grade class. The election by boys of the athletic squad followed primaries'last Friday at which four seventh grade and six eighth grade girls were nominated. Nominees were Mary Hatch, June Jackley. Kathy Vettcr and Mary Youmans of the seventh Urade:' Judy A.ulrcws, Sara Earner, Beverly Godwin, Sue Gutschmidt. Mary Ann Morlan and Susan Ware, eighth grade students. They were chosen from 33 original candidates representing the two grades. All seventh and eighth grade students took part in primary voting. The new cheerleaders will make their first public appearance at the opening junior high football game of the season with Jefferson at 4:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 28. on the Carroll athletic field. They will wear distinctive costumes consisting of while sweaters w i I h orange and black letters a n cl matching pleated skirts. George Fogertys Return from West (Tlnii's IIITIIIII Nnis Srr\lrr) CARNARVON — Mr. and Mrs. George Fogerty returned Sunday night from a 'rip through Yellowstone Park and other points ot interest They also visited relatives in Colorado. Mrs Gene Boeckman entertained a group of youngsters and mothers Thursday afternoon in their home honoring their children lor their belated birthdays. Mr and Mrs. Reiner Janssen visited in the Bert Pugh home Wednesday night. Mr Pugh entered the hospital in Carroll on Thursday for surgery on his eye. Mr and Mrs. Lawrence Alvis of Huxley were overnight guests in the Jack Fogerty home Saturday. Guests Saturday night in the Fogerty home honoring Mrs Alvis and Jane Fogerty for their belated birthdays ' included Mrs. Ruby Coyne. Lake View; Mrs Bilda Tiefenthaler. Mr and Mrs Gene Coyne. Mr and Mrs. Drew Monroe of Auburn Crouse Cartage Co .•rroll — Prt U2b TRIGGERS TROUBLE PHOENIX. Ariz. (AP) - Two brothers-in-law were wounded in the same hand, by the same gun, on the same day Dale Shipmen suffered a bullet wound in his left hand while cleaning a .25 caliber automatic pistol. Six hours later, George Heiithingon dcl-idod he would finish cleaning this gun. Another cartridge exploded, wounding Ileuthingon's left hand. No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! a?&&fit ALLIED VAN HUES. kN SORRY, SANTA LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP' - Santa Claus will never make it down one chimney. Tommy Miller has already tested it for him. Tommy, 7, and a friend were on the roof of an unfinished house here. Tommy put his feet down the chimney, then slipped on in — and stuck. Firemen pulled him out. BARN PAINT SALE TOP QUALITY - LOW PRICES Benjamin Moore Metallic Red Reg. $3.85 $2.75 Available in l's, 2's, 5's gal Reg. $4.65 Benjamin Moore Bright Red $3.55 gal. Available, in l's, 2's, 5's JOE'S PAINT CENTER Dial 9836 — Carroll, Iowa THAT casual air... "expensive look" AND ONLY $2950 two-season sport coats You'll erjjoy that casual, informal feeling you get in these three-button sport coats. Carefully selected fine tabuct plus the excellence of tailoring impart that "expensive look" . . . and their price is a pleasant surprise. Recau-.o they're (nid-weights you can wear them from one season into the/next. See them in our windows! BALK & SON FRANK BALK CLOTHING - FURS - CAMERAS

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