Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 16, 1959 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 16, 1959
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Too Much Free Time- Mom, Dad Ought to Go Back to School OPEN FIREMEN'S CONCLAVE . . . Tho state convention of Iowa Fireman's Association opened here Tuesday with the business session conducted. In the parking lot on Main Street between Sixth and Seventh. Shown here, left to right, as the two-day convention (tot underway, are O. R. Lamb, president, Eldora; Dona Green way, Clarinda, assistant to the secretary; A. Boyd Arnold, secretary-treasurer, Mason City; Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer. pastor of St. Laurence church, who conducted the memorial service; Mayor A. N. Neu, Carroll; and Harold H. Grundmeicr, Carroll. (Staff Photo) Lt. Chambers Is Home After Cruise On Mediterranean (Tln>r» Mrri»ld Now* Sorvlro LAKE VIEW — Lt. J. G John Chambers arrived home Friday from a three-months Mediterranean Cruise. He is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Chambers and his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stock. Mrs. Chambers has been with the parents while 1 her husband was on the cruise. They will report at the Norfolk, Va. Air Force Base at the completion of his two-weeks furlough. Mrs. John Chambers entertained Several of her former classmates at a coffee at the Tom Chambers home Monday afternoon. Her guests were Mrs Don Long. Sac City; Mrs. Don Ellis, Lytton; Mrs. Kenneth Pugh, Mrs. Larry Reida, Iowa City; LaVone Hanke, Mrs. Graham Hoeg and Mrs. Jack Mc- i Connell, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Pugh and daughters of Chicago spent the Labor Day weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Pugh and other relatives. The 15th birthday of Stephanie Finders and the 25th Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Finders was observed Sunday. The Finders' anniversary was Sept. 3. Supper guests were Mr. and Mrs Francis Miller and sons of Storm Lake, Robert Miller of Des Moines and Robert Manly of Milo. Mr. and Mrs. John Elias were guests in the Elmer Elias homo at Wall Lake Sunday evening to help Mr. Elias and his daughter, Diane, observe their birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Ellas were guests in i\w Art Elias home at Westside Monday evening to help Mr. Art Elias Observe his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Prescott and Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Prescott spent the weekend visiting in the Elmer Prescott home at West Branch. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bradley of Marion spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Dema Hale. Monday- evening a family picnic was held at Mrs. Hale's home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Brad- By JERRY BENNETT NEA Staff Comcpondent WASHINGTON — (NEA) —Space age tensions got you jumpy? Then try going back to school this fall. That's the opinion of National Education Association experts who help design and promote adult education courses. They believe the program is essential to the personal well-being of Twentieth Century Americans. The tensions for which these experts view adult education as a cure have little to do with the troubled world situation. Ironically, they stem from a booming economy, an increasing amount of leisure time and just plain easy living. Arthur C. Burman, Assistant Exe- cutivc Secretary of the National Association of Public School Adult Educators, declares; "A large segment of the American population have already ob- ained their economic goals. They have the material things that they want out. of life. Sooner or later, they start asking themselves, 'Now what?' " Burman says that many persons fail to develop enough interests out- Tlmtt Herald, Carroll, la Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1959 Former Resident of Wall Lake Dies In Manteca, Calif. side of their jobs. When they become successful and don't have to work so hard, they don't know how to use free time. Resulting restlessness often leads to tensions that can damage health and happiness. Doctors have implicated such tensions with heart disease and mental illness. Sociologists blame them for divorce, crime and other social problems. Burman explains that establishing more courses and encouraging increased participation in them would help broaden adults' interests so they could make better use of free time. He believes the courses should include all academic subjects in addition to hobby courses that are already widespread. Agreeing with him is Adult Education consultant Bill Van Orman. He believes more courses are needed for millions of retired persons. Fifteen million Americans already have retired or plan to do so in the near future. Many are completely bewildered about how to adapt themselves to their new life. Burman believes special courses for retired workers should include tips on how to live on a retirement income and how to maintain pro- per health. They also should be taught hobbies to help make proper use of leisure time. Such courses already are being sponsored by public school systems of several New York cities. Others, aimed at workers who are ncaring retirement age, have been started all persons who have no more than by industrial firms. a fourth grade education. The ed- Another group of Americans ucation association officials exP lain which the experts believe would benefit from an adult education expansion program are the nation's 10 million illiterates. This covers WOMEN IN A MILLINERY course are typical of the 40 million Americans now taking part in adult education. that reducing illitei'acy is important in maintaining a strong nation. About 40 million Americans already are taking part in adult education. Courses are sponsored by colleges, public school systems, government departments and private and civic organizations. Teaching techniques include television, correspondence courses and classroom instruction. As an example of the variety of subjects offered, educators point to courses recently started. They include: A course on space travel in Joliet, 111. A course on state government and politics for new members of the Minnesota legislature. A course on civic responsibility in Baltimore, Md. A course, sponsored by several farm organizations, on the relation of world affairs to farm markets. DELICIOUS WHITE BEANS H HAM A r YOUR GnOCLRS (Times Hrrald News service) WALL LAKE — Mrs. Martin Carroll received word Saturday that her aister, Mrs. A. L. Dodd, 62, of Manteca, Calif., a former Wall Lake resident, died Sept. 5 in the hospital there from a heart attack. Survivors are her husband and six children. Two children passed away in infancy. Funeral services were held there Sept. 9. Mrs. Carrie Hess entertained a group of friends Sunday afternoon in honor of her birthday. The afternoon was spent socially after which she served lunch. She received gifts and cards. Mr. and Mrs. August Quistorff attended a family picnic at the Chautauqua building in Sac City Sunday. There were 10 families present and nine September birthdays in the Quistorff and Long families were observed. ATLANTIC TEAM WINS . . . FirsH winners in the ladder climbing contest held here Tuesday morning by the state firemen's convention, was this two-man team from Atlantic. They are. from left, Don Albert and Bill Auerbach. Contests in ladder raising and hose coupling continued through the day, climaxed by a water fight at midatlernnon. (Staff Photo) and sons of Sac City and I lie Bryce Hale lamily of Carroll. i ( Lake View Woman's Club prcs- ! ident, Mrs. Harlan Flink, State Drama Chairman Mrs Win Red- jenbaugh and Lester Lille attended the Fall Council of Federated Wom- I an's Clubs in Des Moines Tuesday and Wednesday. Mrs. Redenbaugh , was in charge of the Fine Arts | program planning. BUY THE BIG ONE and Mrs. Robert Dour and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Deur entertained at a birthday dinner which hou-1 ored their mothers, Mrs. Harry Low, Sac City, and Mrs. W. K. j Deur ol Lake View. 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