Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 16, 1959 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Mrs. Baudler Is Hostess To Beta Sigma Phi Mrs ppfp PnuditT w M '~>\>-*<* to members nf Be* a >'»:--* P"" Epsilnn Chi Charter, a; trvr regular mpptinc in hpr h»>r-»-» I''.*? ••:'.<> pvpntne. Mrs. Cliff Pe r o~» »JM ,« Kiirst. Mrs. Roger CarwN?!' p'i?v dent, conducted the mocr'ni The sorority's second rush p-ar- t.v of thp season will hp S<*r>r ?V> in chnrpp of Mr« Campbell and Mrs G C Scott. Mrs IV R Hacedorn presented thp prncram on "Speech " bason on a quotation of Thomas Mann. 'Speech is civilization itself The word, even the most contradictory word, preserves contract — it is silence, which isolates " * * * Dessert and coffee were served hy the hostess Mrs. Charles Knoblauch will entertain at the next regular meeting Tuesday, (Vi 6. Personal Paragraphs j Calendar Time* Herald, Carroll, ta. [Wadnaiday, Sept. 16, 1939 Mr and Mrs. James Qutnn of n-'.-.ui:j "txik their daughter Mary 10 Br.ir C'.iff College in Sioux City Su>.ia> This is her second year Mr and Mrs. Quinn also vis- •*-vi r«-la:i\ps in Raldolph, Neh . re- rurmns home Mortday evening. Bake Sale: St. .Joseph's Parish, Saturday. Sept 19. Iowa Public Service Bldg 9 no to 5:00. adv. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Bnumhover returned Monday from Minnesota. Friday they went to Minneapolis, where they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John R Slahodnik. From there all went to Ely to visit Mr Slabodnik's parents. Mr and Mrs .1. .J. Slabodnik and to attend the wedding of his sister, Mary Jean. Rarbara Uiiue. who lias been \'«:t::ig her lather. Leonard F. Hinze in Carroll, left this morning for ScoMsdale. Ariz . where she will leach English in HIP high si hool Her father is accompanying her hy car. He will fly back this weekend. Rake Sale: St. Joseph's Saturday. Sept 19 Iowa Service Bldg 9 00 to 5 00. Parish, Public adv. Mrs. Dorothea Johnson, mother of Mrs. Robert Merritt of Carroll, moved to Carroll Tuesday from Guthrie Center She will occupy the residence at 518 West 1,1th Street. Getting upstage with your friend* dors nothing but keep > ou out of their spotlight. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for No'th American Van Lines, me. Sacred Heart Parish. Temple- Inn. annual chicken supper, Sun., Sept 20 Sen ing 4 00 lo 8 00 Adv. Mrs. Louis Henkrnlus of. Arcadia look her daughter. Janet, to Sioux City Monday, where she entered Briar Cliff College as a ireshman She was accompanied hy Mrs Ed Sihenaller of Halbur and Mrs John Taphorn of Odebolt. Mary Qmnn of Arcadia returned to Rnar Cliff College. Sioux City, Sunday as a sophomore Vcrdis Hansen and Rich a r d Gregersor are attending the state hatchery convention at the Veterans Auditorium in Des Moines Wednesday. Helen Taphorn of Royal visited her sisters and brothers in the Carroll vicinity this past week Mr. and Mrs Leonard Connors took her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Ber- , scheid returned from Viroq u a, Wis . Tuesday evening, where they; attended funeral services Monday'. for Mrs Berscheid's brother-in-law, Louis Sordahl. They were accom-; panied to Viroqua Sunday by her I brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Edmunds of Estherville. Rake Sale: St. Joseph's Parish, Saturday. Sept. li). Iowa Public Service Bldg. 9:00 to 5:00. adv. Mrs. William F. Bowler, formerly of Carroll, now residing in Maywood. Calif, arrived Tuesday.; She came to attend the wedding i of her daughter. Louise and' James Koenig, Saturday, Sept. 26, at St. Joseph Church. Wednesday— G.T.O.B. Club. Mrs. Andy Krapfl O.N.O. Club, Mrs. R. L. Baumhover Signet Lodge No. 2A4. 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.: 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, prayer group, church sanctuary 1:45; general meeting, undercroft,'2 p.m. Thursday— JT.E.G. Club, Mrs. James Straut| man i .N.O.E. Club. M*s L. L. Akin Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple i rtday— F.L.C. Club. 9 a.m. Coffee, i B. W. Fisk Thimble Bee, Mrs. Arthur Naughton Saturday— D.A.R. Constitution Day, a.m. Coffee, Lucy Winter Tuesday- Little Flower Study Club. No-hostess dinner, Brown Derby D.A.R. Central District Meeting, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 Potluck. Mrs. W. L. McConkie Beta Epsilon Chapter, Bculah Osborne at Byron Provost home, Lake View Mrs Mc- 9:30 ±\Gold Star Mothers, Sisters, Entertained Gold Star Mothers and Sisters were special guests at a 6:30 potluck dinner of the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening. They were seated at a table centered with a floral arrangement placed on a large gold star flanked by gold candles. Gold stars in Pomptae Somateo Club Has Meeting at Blackhawk Lake Mrs. James Aitken entertained members of the Pomptae Soma­ teo Club at a seven o'clock dinner at the Aitkens' cottage at Blackhawk Lake Tuesday evening. Two additional guests, Mrs. Elmer Walz and Thelma Winnike, received gifts from their hostess. Three tables of contract bridge were played, with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Julius Kanne. for high score, and Mrs. Ompr Langenfeld. Mrs. Al Gute will entertain Monday evening. Sept. 28. varied sizes extended the length of the table. Nutcups also carried out the gold star theme. Other tables had floral centerpieces. Decorations were in charge of Mrs. Cecil Huff of the September committee. * * * Following the dinner, a business meeting was conducted by Mrs. C. A. White, unit president. In the absence of Mrs. Fred Julich, Mrs. C .H. Clark acted as chaplain. Announcements were made of ;Xi Beta Delta jChapter Meets 'At Baker .Home Xi Rein Delia Chapler or Beta Sigma Phi sorority met at the homo ol Mrs. Orvillc Baker Tuesday evening for their first fall meeting. The group discussed plans for their programs for Hie year. The following committees were appointed to serve during the year: ways and means, and service, Mrs. M J. Hall; social chairman, Mrs. Wilber Walkup. and program, Mrs. Art Osterlund. # # * Mrs. Raker served refreshments al the close of the business meeting The next meeting will he at fi 30 SAVING f**? MONEY V -Miiwwjwn 'iwt'm.i;i.i «•«.«. at our FALL DRUG SALE WORLD SERIES SPECIALI Gillette Adjustable One-Piece Razor $1.95 Why Pay More? See your doctor for medical services. Let us save you money on prescriptions he gives you to be filled. SEPTEMBER SPECIALS! 14 oz. Listerine Antiseptic 89c 65c Alka Seltzer - 54c Geritol Tablets 40's $2.98 Doan's Kidney Pills 79c Lustre Creme Spray Set 99c $1.79 Hudnut Creme Rinse 98c TIRED OF BEING TIRED? Sox«4 Special Formula Vitamin lntur«n<« Naurtthat Bload for Batter Haalth Is undernourished blood due to iron deficiency causing your fatigue? * Are you sure there are enough vitamins and iron in your diet to insure rich, red blood? Bexel Special Formula is rich in blood building iron—guarantees the vitamin insurance you need for better health! Real Blood Building Supplement! Bexel Special Formula contains 5 times daily iron requirements plus valuable vitamin Bl2 and other B vitamins. A special boon for women with recurring fatigue from undernourished blood due to iron deficiency. Costs only 6t a day. *lf your tnubh is /wwfiMa/, erftffiK if AM a tithtr tauus, it* your ttotlor. Thert't thi Rifht Butt Viimin Formula F»r Entry Mmbir »/ four Family Bexel BrrTBH ...*yMeKR8SON MENNEN DATE-LINE TWIST-UP-STICK DEODORANT For Teen. -v M «se Oirls /9C n «iiflftTffirfnfKj For soft, soft hair with a perfect memory N EW MIRACLE MIST ^2^^ plU((lx Gives hair inner moisture m REVOLUTIONARY SCHICK 3 SPEED I ELECTRIC SHAVER jijj First and only Electric Razor B1 that lets you shift the speed and adjust the head to shave at close and fast as you like. *28" i Pro-Phy-Lac-TIc TOOTH BRUSHES 2 $1.78 Send communis in on brushes and receive free a $4 50 \*lue elite finish and Comb Set. RETTENMAIER KB DRUG STORE IB CUBAN STAR . . . Waiting for a gondola in Venice, Italy, is Cuban actress Chelo Alonso. She was on hand for the annual Venice Film Festival. 10th Birthday of \ Shirley Danner Is Observed at Party In honor of the Kith birthday of her daughter Shirley. Mrs. Donald Danner entertained at a party in the recreation room of the Danner home Tuesday afternoon. 1 1 Guests were Shirley's 24 girl classmates in the fifth grade at SS. Peter and Paul School, and two neighborhood friends. Kathy Langenfeld and Marilyn Siepker. Her sisters Judy and Deborah and brother. Jimmy, were also present. The children listened to records, and played games, with prizes being awarded to Shirley -Julich and Marilyn Siepker Pictures were taken during the party After Shirley had opened her gifts, Mrs. Dannpr. assisted by Sheila Harmeyer, served lunch. Mrs. Pille Given Birthday Courtesy Mrs. Sophia Pille of Carroll, who is spending several weeks with her sons-in-law and daughters, ' Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schmitz and . family at Ircton, and Mr. and 1 Mrs. Glen Gates and family at . LeMars, was given a surprise din-, ner at the Debonair at LeMars , Monday by her family, in honor of her birthday. Joining her, in addition to those mentioned above, were Mr. and Mrs. Pete Potthoff. Halbur; Mr. , and Mrs Virgil Pille. Jefferson; 1 and M.\ and Mrs. Neil Rciman. Arcadia. the county meeting at Dedhamipm. at the home ol Mrs. F. A. Sept. 30, and the Eighth District 1 Uedrick Tuesday evening, Oct. 20. meeting at Webster City Oct. 11.' Mrs. White has been asked to be A./ rc Thru-nric r-in<; district pianist at the Oct. 11 meet- 11 f A ' L-T. , ing. Subscriptions to the "Bomb," Coffee for AB LIUD district paper, were solicited. | Mrs. White also announced the following committee chairmen; | Rehabilitation and child welfare,; : Mrs. Arnold Witt: Education, Mrs. Frank Fister; National security and civil defense, Mrs. William (\ F'rank: Publicity and legislation, i Mrs. Clarence McGrane: Amori- ! ! eanism and Pan American, Sadie Stevens; Gold Star, Mrs. Ed Kruse; Community service, Mrs Lewis Voylcs; Flowers and cards. Mrs. Gus Vasos: Ways and means. Mrs. Agnes Wicdemeyer: Auditing. Mrs. Anna Harrington and Mrs. Glenn Weeks. * * * Two gnosis were present. Mrs Louis Fideler of Waterloo, and Mrs. Lawrence Fangman. M r s. Harold Christianson was awarded the door prize. Party arrangements were in charge of a committee headed by Mrs. Kruse and Mrs McGrane Following the meeting. Mrs White held her school ot instructions for officers and chairmen. Mrs C. H Thomas entertained memlyrs of the AM Club al a cof- lee in her home Tuesday morning. The club will begin its series of meetings Sept. LM. DANCE ( I.IH SUNDAY Carroll Dance Club will meet Sunday owning Sept. 20. at the Elks flail in Carroll Dancing will he lo the music ol Orchestra Co-chairmeii ol tlx and Mrs .Inn Kccd Mrs. Don Knapi'cr, son. Hogor Loots' • \ cut ai e Mr and Mr and all ol Jclfcr- re- Ed Vogel Honored At Birthday Party In honor of her husband's birthday, which was Sept. 15, Mrs. Ed Vogel entertained in their home Sunday evening. A birthday supper was served, after which the group went bowling, returning later in the evening to the Vogel j home for coffee. Mr. Vogel receiv- • ed gifts. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nelson and children. Kenny. Mary Kay and Steven. Vail: Dorothy Vanderheiden. Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Heue. Bernard and Leona Heue. Carroll. Bridge Mixer Friday Evening At Country Club A bridge-mixer will be held at the Carroll Country Club Friday evening. Sept 18. Dessert will he served at 8 p.m. before the games Those wishing to make reservations are asked to call M40 or 2.V70 before Thursday evening. Mrs. Wegner Is Hostess to Club ! Tuesday Evening L. or L. Club held its first meeting of the season Tuesday evening at Mrs. Frank Wegner's home. Two guests in addition to members were Mrs Dale Hanson and Mrs. Leonard Schechinger. Each received a gift from Mrs. Wegner. Mrs. Joe Hoolscher's birthday was remembered. I! Two tables of canasta were played. Winner of the high score prize was Mrs George Neuerburg. Mrs. Wayne Farrell received a prize for low score. After the games. Mrs Wegner served lunch at the card tables. Mrs. Farrell will entertain the club Tuesday evening. Oct. 20. TWC Club Meets With Mrs. Schroeder Mrs. Elmer Schroeder was hostess to T.W.C. Club at her home Tuesday night. A guest in addition to club members was Mrs. Boyd Jones, who received a gift from ( the hostess. High-score prize al J cards was won by Mrs. R. J. Mc! Mahon. second by Mrs. W. V. Orr. (and low by Mrs. J. J. Karnes | Lunch was served at card tables alter the games. Mrs. Glen Bern- I holtz will he hostess at the next meeting which will be Tuesday evening. October 20. 8 to 12 Club Starts Fall Series The 8 to 12 Club began their fall series of meetings with a dinner party at the Rrown Derby Tuesday evening. After dinner the group played pinochle at the home of Mrs Vcrdis Hansen. Mrs C. D Andrews and Mrs W. F. McMminiee received prizes. Mrs Andrews will be hostess at the club's next meeting. Oct. 12 Mrs. William Otto Entertains Tuesday Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary Meets ARCADIA - The Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary met Monday afternoon in the Arcadia fire hall. Forty-three members .answered roll call. The meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs Harold Koepke. following prayer led by Mrs. Elmer Behneman. A report was given by the landscaping committee. The program was given by Christine Mess, who told of her recent trip to eastern states. Following the program a social hour was held and lunch was served by Mrs Walter Branning, Mrs. William Branning. Mrs. William Boldt and Mrs. Art Branning. The next meeting will be Oct. 12 in the Arcadia fire hall. VFW Meeting at Manning Thursday (Times Ht>rnl<l Nrwt S*rvlcel MANNING — A regular meeting of VFW Unit No. 3517 will be held Thursday. Sept. 17, with a ti.30 potluck preceding the meeting. Committee in charge is Mabel Keat, Regina Mohf, Hilda Nissen, Dorothy Mohr. Florence Grimm, Mary Owen and Emma Mincey. The unit's poppy day will be Saturday, Sept. 26. Ruth Secht will inspect the unit el Thursday's meeting. Mrs William M Otto was hostess to the E.L.l Club members for an afternoon of contract bridge at her home Tuesday. Preceding the games. Mrs. Otto served dessert at the card tables Mrs. Harold Frisbie received the high score prize, Mrs B H Waldcn, second; and Mrs. William Blohm, low The next meeting will be Oct. fi at Mrs Walden's home. Leonard Hoffman Returns to Illinois After Visit in Vail rl 'lMH'S Ml mill Ni'lV. SlT\tr'C> VAIL -- Leonard Hodman turned lo his homo ai Aurora. Ill , after a visit her:- \nili Ins mother. Mr and Mis Ed Mohr who have been vi .Mting Mr> Mohr's brother and -i-icr in-law, Mr and Mrs Frank Bral. iviunii 'd Sunday to' their home in Chicago They were rrtuniiiig li'om a \i.-it with I the Ed Mohr family at Conrad, I Nov Mr and Mrs. Homer llohbkiiis ol Lincoln. ,\V1> , spnii Sunday with Mrs llotehkiss' broilvr and sister- in-law. Mr and Mrs. Floy.l Adams and lamily Mrs Nell Rrown i- usiling her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs Vurnace Slcchta and Donna al Cherokee. Charles Crampton and Lnu'i P Crampton \isited a lev. days with Robert Crampton at Staple. Mum Carl Crampton and Elmer \\ ICSP attended a trap shoo! at Atlantic Sunday John Kenney. Cvril lliekey and James Hamblen attended the hall- game Sunday at Omaha between Omaha and Minn, apo'us Mrs Nell Costello. and Mi and Mrs. Jack Powers u.'iu visitors in Sioux City Friday Miss Mane Sleehia. ol Washington DC. visited Mr- Agnes Sleeh­ ia and oilier rrlalivc> in Vail Miss Sclecta with Mrs. John Ludvug of Carroll attended the Nat i o n a I American Legion Convention in Minnesota Mr and Mrs I -'ln;. d Vlams and daughter Maiv Ann \u re in I'lmloii Monday where Mar\ Ann entered Ml. St. Clare Auuk'iny lor the coming year. Mr and Mis \ndivw 11K key and Mae lliekey visited Sunday at the homes o( Mis Agn.s Me Mahon and Mrs M,ntha Mc Mahon. Roller skating conns with the summer and the tall comes with the roller skating Announce Banns Banns of the approaching marriage of Florence Riesenberg and Henry G. Eischeid were called for the first time in Holy Angels Church, Roselle. and St. Augustine's Church. Halbur. The wedding will take place Saturday, Oct :i. at 8;30 a.m. in Holy Angels Church. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs Henry Riesenberg. Carroll. Rt. 3. and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eischeid. Halbur. Mrs. Evelyn Eng to Preside at Workshop Mrs Evelyn Eng. director of housing at Broadlawns General Hospital, Des Moines, will preside al the workshop of the Institutional Nursing Service Administrators Section of the Iowa Nurses' Association at Hotel Savory. Des Moines. Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Eng is a daughter of Mr' and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska of Carroll. ENDS TONITE (Wednesday) Buck Nite "Frontier Gun" • Now thru Sat. Hey Gang! Here Comes and // mum MASTEM CHAMPION ptmnSm bettor picture* on channel* 2 <• 13 than any ether TV antenna ever Made! let m Install Channel Matter'i CHAMPION today - if* Bee moving yow home MILES &OSB le the TV nation. Cad today for fuH detail*. Thi* Antenna "Tops" for Color TV Alsol SPORRER'S TV & Appliances I 9th and Salinger Open Evening* Except Sunday Mr. and Mrs, Thomas ,1. McGrane and daughter, Mary, of Omaha returned to Omaha Tuesday evening They had spent the weekend at the Clarence McGrane and Arthur J Greteman homes. /it* 1 1 * Appointment With a Shadow" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Thur. thru Sat. • JOHNNY MATUSKA and his BOHEMIAN BAND Thurs.,Sept. 17 Adm.: 90c Per Person Tax Included WALLY PIKAL and his DILL PICKLES ORCH. Theirs., Sept. 24 Adm.: 90e Per Person Tax included Legion BALLROOM ARCADIA • IOWA MONEY WOMEN andGUNS > vimvin*i IHIMN»''ON*I •irtutl CO-HIT tl & c » «»«»«» c # TECHNICOLOR Open at 7 p. m. First Show at 7:15 .Ml Co-SUmng .SANDW DEt -CLiFF RPBERISOM wflh MWliWHl-AJBTOOW and THE FOUR PRtRS Scrainplay by QA3RIELIE UPTON bud on the imvtl by fRlKWCK KOHN&t Produced by LEWIS J DACHUIl • Directad by PWl WENDKOS' CINEMASCOPE • EASTMAN COLOR A COLUMBIA PICTURE Continuous Nightly From 7:00 p, m. FRIDAY Midnight Show Murder Reported" Doors. Open 11:00 p. rrv.

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