Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 16, 1959 · Page 12
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 16, 1959
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Nikita Talks, Smiles; U. S. Isn't Buying By SAUL PETT WASHINGTON (AP)-Thc visible reaction of Americans so far to Nikita Khrushchev resembles I he altitude of the housewife who finds that a salesman somehow lias poked one foot in the door. He talks. She listens. But she isn't buying. Khrushchev talked, smiled, waved, hugged little girls, winked at photographers. But, among the people at the airport and lining the route into Washington Tuesday, he got little applause, only scattered waving in answer to his own waving, and mostly a grim, curious silence. The leader of the proletariat was friendly, smiling, cooperative. He even allowed himself to be transported in a big. black capitalistic Cadillac. But on one point, he refused to be contaminated. The invitation to Tuesday night's White House dinner clearly said, "white tic." Khrushchev would have none of it. He wore the same black business suit he had on when he arrived in America." Unlike most visitors, Khrushchev was lucky his first day here: his wife resisted the impulse to shop. But Mr. K got in some sightseeing. For half an hour he flew with the President in his helicopter, seeing Washington and the Maryland and Virginia suburbs. The only other Khrushchev to tour the town was Sergei, the Premier's son. By car, he visited Mother, Baby Victims of 'Urge to Kill 7 — Ames Sfudent Held for Double Slaying RIGHT ON THE NOSE ... A bullseyc was scored in a water fight here Tuesday afternoon as team from right drove bucket suspended from cable out of trouble. Competing teams battled through the three-minute time limit or until one team had driven the bucket to the opponents end of the cable. Teams from Brandon took first and second and the Griswold team placed third. The popular water fights were held at midafteruoon and usually resulted in a drenching for the losing team despite helmets, raincoats and bonis. The contests wore features of the stale firemen's convention which opened here Tuesday and continued through today. (Staff Photo) the Washington Monument and Jefferson Memorial. At the tidal basin he took pictures of some Negroes fishing. What do you suppose he'll tell the folks back home about that picture? Just as Khrushchev's Cadillac was pulling away from Blair House to take him to the White House for the first time, a street car got in the way. It was quickly rushed off. If the Soviet Premier wanted to know how real Americans really live, they should have lot him wait behind that street car for awhile. Farm Program Highlights From the Carroll County A.S.C. Office Kcady-miwci! Of finest MetilRc Pigments or Mineral Oxides ground m pare, Linseed OH. This paint prod aces a darabk coating that covers excellently aad gives many years of protection and service. It will pay yoa welt ro pay a littte more and irse CHIEF RED BARN PAINT! — Sold Exclusively By — MATT Hardware Co. •j** CHIEF fel PAINTS 20th Anniversary of H. Greves Noted (Times Hcrnld News Service) LAKE VIEW — Over 100 guests 1 honored Mr. and Mrs. Herman Greve on their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday in the social room of the Lutheran Church. An anniversary cake centered the refreshment table. White candles in pink rose candleholders helped to carry out the color scheme. Mrs. Edna Freese of Ackley poured, assisted by Mrs. Chris Gosch of Milford. Mr. and Mrs. Greve received many cards, flowers and gifts, and a purse of money. The members of the Jolly 12 Club assisted in the kitchen. Out-of-town guests were from Odebolt, Ackley, Ft. Dodge. Milford, Wall Lake, Auburn and Lake View and Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Thorpe, Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Thorpe and Verna Libby spent Sunday visiting in the Ervin Thorpe home in Des Moines. They called on Mr. and Mrs. Al Young in the William Shleuter home at Churdan on their way home. Mrs. Lora Wetzstein was a Saturday evening dinner guest of the Ralph Wickers at their cottage at Provost Point. A welcome-home family picnic was held at the cottage in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Redenbaugh who are home from a two-months trip to Europe. Present were Mrs. Lora Wetzstein and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wetzstein and family. The period for farmers to take j the first,step toward participation' in the 1960 Conservation reserve' program of the soil bank has been ' extended to September •SO. A dead-, line of September 10 was originally set for farmers to request their county ASC Office to set a basic I annual payment rate on cropland I which they wish to place under con-; Nervation reserve contracts start-; ing next year. Under the conserve- [ tion reserve program, farm e r s | agree to keep designated cropland 1 out of production for a period of years in return for a fixed annual i rental payment. Complete information on the program may be obtained at the County ASC Office in Carroll. * * * A number of acres have already been fall plowed. We want to point out that if you wish to obtain a contouring payment, a request form must be signed at the office before the contour guide lines are established. The current payment on contouring is $1.50 per acre. If you have an question pertaining to the contouring practice or any other conservation practice, please contact your ASC Office. * * * With the fall harvest drawing nearer, wc feel that it is very appropriate that wc mention Farm Safety. Every fall, accidents claim a number of lives and injuries. There is always the hope that nothing will happen to me or to anyone. Be especially careful around all machinery and most important of all safety conscious. Safety is big business and it pays big dividends. * * * Most of the sealed corn that was designated for delivery to an cle- l vator or warehouse has already 'been delivered. Therefore, if you ' ha,ve sealed corn to be delivered yet. please make arrangements at once in order that your sealed corn may be delivered. AMES (AP)—Mrs. Monjee Larson, 25, wife of a graduate student instructor at Iowa State University, had been baking a cake in her apartment at Hawthorne Court, campus housing development, Tuesday afternoon. On a tnble, where she had left it open, was a popular book, "Anatomy of a Murder." Mrs. Larson's husband, Harold, 28, was attending class ^on the campvfe. Their son, Douglas, 5, was in school. When she heard the apartment door open, Mrs. Larson picked up the baby, 5-month-old Kimary Ann; walked into a hallway, and saw Barry McDanicl, 20, of Nevada, Iowa. When McDaniel—a married student who lived a couple doors away—left the apartment, Mrs. Larson and the baby were dead, she by strangulation and the child by smothering. McDaniel was held Wednesday on two open charges of murder. The only thing he could tell officers, said County Attorney Don Timas Herald, Carroll, la. m Wednesday, Sept. 16, 1959 Nelson, was that he had an overpowering urge to kill. McDaniel, an electrical engineering junior at Iowa Slate, was known as an honor student. Nancy, 19, his wife and childhood sweetheart at Nevada, 10 miles east of here, had a job with the State Highway Commission in Ames. This was the story related by the county attorney and other officials who questioned the youth: Mrs. Schroeder Is Rook Club Hostess WALL LAKK - Mrs. Frank Schroeder entertained the Rook Club and two guests, Mrs. Harold Wollesen and Mrs. Nona Mae Heidenreich. Prize winners were Clara Ewoldt. Mrs. Schroeder and Mrs. Ed Wolterman. Lunch was served at the close Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Noyes have returned from a visit with his mother in Minnesota. They left Friday morning for their home in Long Beach. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. August Rohde of Corpus Christi, Tex., and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinson visited in the William Wilson home at Onawa. The Rohdes have left for Corpus Christi. Chris Stock, Mrs. Dorothy Schmidt and Mrs. Carrie Hess visited Mrs. Hannah Bollman at Storm Lake Sunday afternoon. Roger Langfritz left Sunday to attend college at Cedar Falls. He will be a junior. Maurinc Fischer left Sunday to begin her senior year at Mount St. St. Clare Academy at Clinton. Cliff Reffert and Mrs. Laura Wright spent the weekend with friends at Fairmont, Minn., and Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Hoft and John Blessington called in the Donald Hoft home at Storm Lake Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Hoft and infant son returned home Saturday from the Storm Lake Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schnell and Joan of Ruthven visited Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nomsen. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Head and family of Sheandoah were guests in the Lyle Weillhoite home. 3-Way Surprise at Vernon Enters' (Times Hornltl News Service) WESTSIDE — A three-way surprise party occured Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ehlers of Arcadia on their 10th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gehlsen and daughters, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jentzen, Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pfannkuch and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Bogatzke, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mohr and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mohr and family, Manning planned a surprise party for Mr. and Mrs. Ehlers. When the group arrived at the Ehlers home, however, already present were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Taggert and family, of Exira, Mr. and Mrs. Gene McCullom and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Larson, Manning, and Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Hansen of Oregon. Neither group Food and Nutrition By Mary Macomber Director, Nutrition Service for Iowa Department of Health Distributed by The Iowa Dally Press Association dear to the BETTER MEALS CAN BUILD BETTER FAMILIES These next two weeks the food industries of our country are pointing up a fact hearts of dieti- „ tians and nutri- Si tionists in Iowa. This is the fact that "Better Meals ' Build Better Families." Better f a m i- lies arc good ^' families to be- ^ s gin with. iiL. McDaniel had been watching television, alone ta his apartment. Larson, who came from Eagle Grove, was working for a doctor's degree in statistics. McDaniel didn't known Larson, had only seen Mrs. Larson twice. McDaniel switched off the television and something impelled him to enter the Larson apartment. He told officers he just had the urge to kill someone. The only evidence of any struggle in what happened then was the mother's broken glasses. Mrs. Larson was clad in shorts and a white blouse. When her body was found in the baby's bedroom there were red marks on her throat. The county attorney said McDaniel told him he strangled her with his hands. The baby's body was on a bed in the main bedroom, a pillow over its face. Neighbors had heard no noise. McDaniel, according to his story, returned to his apartment, then went back to sec if he could revive the child. This being unsuccessful, he went to his apart- Nancy hus- sion interview a couple* of weeks ago, Mr. Roswell Garst of Coon Rapids made a statement that interested me. He was discussing | the forthcoming meeting with Mr. Khrushchev in Iowa. Mr. Garst, ment and called his wife, said, "We should stop spending I hurried home, called her money on armaments and start j band's father, Raymond McDan- raising food. Nations that are well iel, a real estate dealer at Nevada, fed are not always bickering." The elder McDaniel rushed here What is true with the Family of and called police. Officers discov- Nations is very true with a family I ered the bodies. of individuals in Iowa. Families that are well fed are not always bickering. Our families are better families when there is increased enthusiasm for meals. They arc better To have Mary Macomber knew of the others plans. Mr. and i meals that are better, there must wnen meals are served in a true weren't expecting j bo good meals to begin with. ! spirit of "togetherness" when seated around a table. Such Mrs. Ehlers anyone. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Strathman and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Noack visited the Walter Johnson family in the LeMars Hospital Thursday evening. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Gottsch were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gottsch. Mrs. Arietta Osborn and Marion, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Larson and Dale, of I Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Thiedeman and family of Westside were among approximately 70 persons attending a picnic-reunion Sunday noon at the Harlan Park. Friday afternoon, Mrs. B. E. Von Glan attended a sub - Synod Committee meeting on Christian Education in Storm Lake. Mrs. David Freese and Brian left Sunday for Storm Lake where they will visit for a week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoessler meals arc better meals when served in a peaceful atmosphere. How can wc try to make good meals better meals'? And what are some reasons your better meals build a better family? If you serve good meals to your family, you serve foods that you and your children like. You serve i food that tastes good, food that is colorful and attractive. These good meals can be made better by frequently introducing new combinations of the well-liked foods. Change gives variety and a new test to meals. This can result in Building. The bride's table was an increased enthusiasm fori centered with a two-tiered cake in meals. her colors of blue and white. Host- The little "trade mark" of this , esses were Mrs. Robert Wright, campaign to promote better meals ' Mrs. Alfred Wollesen, Mrs. Is a silhouette of three figures Dwaine Boom, Mrs. Duane Mohr, Charles Greens Are Honored At Postnuptial Party (Tillies llernld New* Serrlee) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Charles Green were honored at a postnuptial miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at the Municipal seated around a table. Good meals are better meals when eaten together around a table. With our daily lives filled so full of varied activities, the dinner meal has become the one time each day when families are to- more Mothers buy milk FIRST IN THE NATION • FIRST IN IOWA Mothers all over the nation and right here too, have learned to rely on pure, rich and wholesome Borden's milk lor finest quality. That's why more mothers buy Borden's milk than any other brand. Your family, too, deserves to enjoy the best. Start serving Borden's today. W IT'S BORDEN'S IT'S GOT TO BE GOOD! Kb got to be good to bt NftSI! Ift get to b# good to STAY ftra* Kelley Dairy and Produce 703 Simon • i Carroll Phone 4242 accompanied Mr. and Mrs Keith , gethei . This js somelhinR t0 , ry t0 Leuders and family to Wakefield, j hold on to jn QUr cll , (wl . c Neb.. Sunday where they were din tier guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Leuders. Dinner guests Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lampe and Mrs. Anne Meis of Mosinee, Wis., and Mrs. Elizabeth Lampe, Arcadia. The Wisconsin visitors, guests of Mrs. Lampe, spent a week in the Westside vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger at- Meal time is an opportunity to talk over the day's events and plans for the next day. For close to a decade, architects have been on a jag of designing homes with no dining rooms. Homemakers have caught on and are now requesting dining rooms instead of only food bars. If you are serving good meals to your family, they are composed of a variety of foods that furnish Mrs. Jess Morton, Mrs. Gretchen Meister, Mrs. Lawrence Alien and Ruth Auen. There were about 100 guests at the shower. Mrs. Harold Whitted attended an L.A.R. luncheon at the T. L. Mapel home in Rockwell City Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Gerdes and Deputy Sheriff John Stark said McDaniel, a six-foot, blond youth with an athletic build, related he had been under nervous strain since lie was Iti years old but never had any psychiatric treatment. When taken to police headquarters he appeared to be in a sort of dazed state and couldn't believe what had happened, the deputy said. McDaniel was taken to the county jail at Nevada. Although bond of $15,000 on each charge had been fixed here McDaniel s attorney. Frank Lounsberry of Nevada, said no bond would be posted. Lounsbery appeared with McDaniel at the Ames hearing and described him as composed, although having a few blank spots about what happened. McDaniel, a former electrical engineering student, had made the honor roll twice. This year he transferred his major study to physics. Another student. Louis Thompson, who had worked with McDaniel as a swimming instructor during the summer of 1958. said McDaniel appeared frustrated in high school at Nevada. He said McDaniel and Nancy were married July 4. 1958. Larson was working on his doc- Ben Freese attended the Gerdes | torate degree in Matins and 7as family reunion and basket dinner [ j n t i lc f j na j s j aROS Sunday in Wall Lake. One hundred An acquaintance said both he and Mrs. Lar- threc members _ of the family at- son graduatcd from hifih schoo , tended the wedding and reception i adequate calories, protein, miner- of Berniece Lampman of Arcadia to Gerald Wittrock of Harlan Saturday in Arcadia. Rita Lawler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Lawler, celebrated her seventh birthday Friday. After school guests were Beckie Strathman, Dianna Stark, and Jo Ann Lewis. Supper guests were Mrs. Tom Fitzpatrick and Marion, Denison; and Mr. and Mrs. George Lawler and their guest, Rachael Downey of Omaha. Arthur Anderson of Kiron is spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Sedberg at Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Von Glan and family attended a picnic Sunday noon at the Chautauqua Auditorium in Sac City. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kuhl and Mr. and Mrs. Marcus Kuhl of Manilla accompanied Mr. and Mrs. als and vitamins. Such meals are better meals when they are prepared and served with assurance of their adequacy. You know what comprises an adequate diet. The food is prepared carefully, served attractively. There is no concern during meals about eating food. I often think that one meals at the dining room table have disintegrated is that the squabbling over eating of vegetables or the denial of desserts is more than the head of the house- tended the reunion. Robert Frank James Ohden, Mrs. Dale Gerdes. Mrs. Harold Bartlctt and Bernice Gerdes participated in a humorous skit. "Ma and Pa of the Hills." Relatives from Auburn, Carnarvon, Sac City, Westside, Odebolt, Sioux City, Dumont and Clair City, Minn., attended the reunion. Callers over the weekend in the John Grohe home were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Shirbroun and Karen of Coon Rapids, Friday; Mrs. Lewis Quirin of Alta and her daughter and family, Mr. and the j Mrs. Terry Marsh of Davenport, j on Saturday; and Sunday after- reason , noon, Mr. and Mrs. William Jensen and family of Humboldt. The Jim Wallace family attended a Goslar family gathering at Onawa Sunday. Mr. Wallace, Conservation officer, helped with the Hugo Wilhelm to Keystone Tues-1 children and hungry husbands can day afternoon to attend the golden i often by unpleasant when meals wedding open hquse of Mr. and i are not ready when expected hold can stand after a hard day I traveling exhibit at Onawa at the office. Is it any wonder he I Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Leighter prefers to eat in the living room; and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Wick- before TV? I er spent the weekend in the Vic Good meals are better meals Fleesland home at Alexander, when they are served at regular | Minn, intervals. Hungry children can be terribly disappointed when meals are not ready on time. Hungry Mrs. George Schelermann. Apropos of this, during a televi-' orchids Automobiles and horses are forbidden in Isle Royal, a small National Park in Lake Superior. Moose live on its 210 square miles, and it also grows 36 varieties of at Eagle Grove and that Larson attended Eagle Grove Junior College before entering Iowa Stale. 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