Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 17, 1959 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, September 17, 1959
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• Mrs. Leo Brinkman \ls Deanery President (ft ———————————— >* Convention plans and election of Mrs. R. A. Kellcy of Early, pres- * officers were among the principal ident of the DCCW, announced - items of business at a meeting of plans for the diocesan convention ^ the South Central Deanery of the which will be held in Sioux City, '.• Diocesan Council of Catholic Worn- October 7. The principal speaker ' en attended by about 200 mem- will be the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Nicho' bcrs and 30 clergymen Wednesday las Wegner. nationally known di- afternoon in SS. Peter and Paul rector of Boys Town. Neb., whose :] School. subject will be "Youth Today." - Mrs. Leo Brinkman of Carrol! F™" Washington. DC. David ', was elected president succeeding ^Thens. inspector general of the - Mrs. Lawrence Lana of Tesr.ple- * ton. Mrs. Lester Sch !ci >;ran of ., Lidderdale was chosen as the new vice president. Mrs. E A Vaat- ', veil of Carroll, secretary and 'Mrs. John Riosberg of H a ! b u r " treasurer. Election by unanimous ballot followed a report by Mrs B J. Leahy of Carroll, chairman *'d by the ol the nominating committee Tolan of The Rev. Frank Brady of Sioux d,roc,or - Themc of thc convention! I nited States Post Office, will re pert on the drive he is heading against obscene literature in the mails A low pontifical mass will bo celebrated by Bishop «:th sermon by the Very Rev. Mss:r Placet of Kansas City. Mo. A youth workshop will be conduct Cathy Caswell Mueller 1 Cathy Caswell Heads Rainbow »"Very"Rev."Msgr 'ri 'At CoOn RapidS Sac City, diocesan youth r" COON RAPIDS - Cathy Caswell Calendar Thursday— TEG. Club, Mrs. James Strautman N.O.E. Club, Mrs. L. L. Akin Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Friday— F.L.C. Club, 9 a.m. Coffee, Mrs. B. W. Fisk Thimble Bee, Mrs. Arthur McNaughton Bridge-Mixer, Country Club, 8 p.m. Saturday— DA R Constitution Day, 9:30 a.m. Coffee, Lucy Winter Sunday- Carroll Dance Club. Elks Hall Tuesday— Spela Kort Club. Mrs. William Stickrod DC. Club. Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. W. R. Lee Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Clem Determan Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn Award Trophies, Prizes for Year- Ladies Golf Assn. Elects Officers The Ladies Golf Association of the Carroll Country Club, elected new officers for next year at the final ladies golf event of the season at the clubhouse Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ed M. Feld was elected chairman, Mrs. Ed Marz, cochairman, and Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton, secretary-treasurer. * * * Because of inclement weather, \ blc. afternoon golfing was cancelled. Supper was served at 6 o'clock at tables decorated with fall flowers. Co-chairmen of the supper committee wore Mrs. Paul Murphy and Mrs. Verdis Hansen. * * * After supper, trophies and prizes for various tournaments throughout the season were given. They were arranged on a large ta- Timet Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sapt. 17, 1959 Championship honors went to Teresa Brandl; runner-up, lo Mrs. Clem Determan. Mrs. 0. W. Kelly was winner of the first flight; Mrs. Josef R. Martin, second flight; and Mrs. Tom Sheehan, third flight. Second-place prizes were awarded in each of the flights. Prizes for the most improvement were won by Mrs. Kelly, Mrs. B. G. Halvcrson and Mrs. Murphy. Ann Leahy was low-score winner of both ringer-score tournaments during the season. * * * The Association presented gifts to Mrs. Frld and Mrs, Rosalind McBarncs, who were co-chairmen for the past season. WSCS Circles Hold Meetings On Wednesday Wednesday was meeting day for the circles of the Methodist Woman"s Society of Christian Service, U.P.W. Organization Has General Meeting Former Arcadia Girl to Be Wed In Council Bluffs Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schacfer, 8(M Ave. K. Council Bluffs, have announced the approaching mar- Members of the United Presby-1 sented by Mrs. Don White. She City editor of the Globe was the W,U he " Mary ' Q ueen of tne R °- ! was" installed Worthy Advisor of 1 Si" Lawrence Sewing Circle ! ! hre . e in thc af 'e™oon, and one terian Women's organization had'said that there are five methods | nage of their daughter. Marilyn principal speaker of the after- sar >" 1 the Order of Rainbow for Girls p F F Club Mrs L c . Drcesen 1 jn Ihe evcmnR. All discussed plans their general meeting at the j suggested as a means of reaching i June Schaefer. and Louis Denich. noon He announced that the -Mrs Brinkman presided at yes- Sept. 13, m open ceremonies in the DC Club Burke Motor Inn, 12:30 for their var ' ous P™**** the com- church Wednesday afternoon. I Christian maturity: (1) Learn to Omaha. The prospective bnde- DCCW had been asked by the tcrday"s deanery meeting in the Masonic Hall. Her theme for her p m Mix w R Lee , mg year, and activities of the Wo- j The prayer group met at 1:45 • accept ourselves; (2) Learn to fo- Most Rev Joseph M. Mueller absence of Mrs. Lang. Opening term of office is "Love Never Fail- Little Flower Study Club. No-hos- mans Society as a whole, including in the sanctuary, where Mrs. G. | cus on one center with clarity; bishop of the Sioux Citv Diocese, prayer was offered and a welcome eth." I tess dinner. Brown Derby • the smorgasbord dinner to be held Smith Thomas conducted a short i (3) Forget what lies behind; (4) to make a house-to-house canvass given by the Rt. Rev. F. H. Crete- 1 other officers installed w e r e: D A R. Central District Meeting ! at Fellowship Hall Sept. 23, which worship service. She used for her | Strain forward to what lies ahead for Globe subscriptions. "The Globe is not in man. Among others introduced vVorthv associate advisor. Audrey, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. competi- were Mrs. L. E. Buxton of Breda, 1 Godwin: Charity. Sharon Thomas; Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 Potluck, c • DCCW youth chairman and the. HopCi S uc Aycrs: Faith. Judy! Mrs. W. a hex. Robert W. Phillips of Lidder-, Grcttenberg; recorder. Kathleen . Bna Epsi Goodwin; treasurer, Carol Carpenter; chaplain. Carol Troutman: tion with the secular press." h said, "but serves as a continuin catechism reviewing truths of dale, deanery moderator faith and reasons for those Reports were given by Mrs truths." Clem A. White of Carroll, deanery' drill leader, Marilyn Jordan: love, He said that a letter from the chairman of spiritual develop- Karen Lloyd; religion, Bev Tuel: bishop would be read from pulpits ' ment: Mrs. Frank Schrad. Tern-! nature, Kay Ayres; immortality, of the diocese Sunday and the can- plot on. chairman of Catholic char- j Mary Anncar: fidelity. Jessie Rees. vass would take place next week, it IOS ; Mrs Eugene Hoffman, Tern-! patriotism, Sharon Remele: scr- """"^pleton. chairman of organization vice. Joan Howey; confidential ob- and development; Mrs. Frank server, Maria Williams; outer ob- Reibold. Carroll, chairman of the! server. Janet Smouse; musician, committee cooperating with the | Gloria Bower; chaor director, Sue Textor; keeper of the jewels. Mary Dixon; and Bowties, Sandra Carpenter (Advertisement) FAT i OVERWEIGHT Confraternity of Christian Doctrine: Mrs. Buxton, substituting for Mrs J. A. Heider of Carroll, ~ deanery youth chairman who was „ Now available to you for fir»t time ill and unable to attend; and Mrs. without a doetsr's prescription, our r . . v~„».,„;» „r t- n ^~*\\ „u„;„ £ new drug called ORDINEX. You must E. A. \ aatveit of Carroll, cnair- ~, lose ugly fat in / days or your money , m an of public relations. back. No more starvation diets, stren- ! , , , 94 uous exercise, laxatives, massage or I Lunch was served at the close •* taking of so-called reducing candles, of ,u„ meetinc bv the Rosarv and •» crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. 01 ule meeting °y u»e nosary ana •* ORDINEX Is a tiny tablet and easily Altar Society of SS. Peter and ** swallowed. Absolutely harmless. When o„,.i —_;..u •» you take ORDINEX, you still en|oy w> your meals, still eat the foods you *• like, but you simply don't have the ctrvFT innrr MPPT<! m urge for extra portions because SIONLI LODUk Mtblh ». ORDINEX depresses your appetite and i sjp j . rfB p No 2 fi4 A V & decreases your desire for food. Auto- signet uoage i\o^ im, A .r. s fc matleally your weight must come A.M., met in the Masonic Temple „. down, because as your own doctor i. , n :.,i,. „ will tell you, when you eat less, you 1,,M "'*>'»• "* weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and \ A routine business meeting was ™ live longer. ORDINEX is sold on this • . i „r t „ r w w yr .\. i,, n rh was sprv- *" GUARANTEE: You must lose weight n< 10 • autr ywncn uincn was serv ** within 7 days or your money back, i d in the dining room by L. B Just return the package to your drug- M„L-„„ L. McConkie on Chapter. Beulah Osborne at Byron Provost home, Lake View VFW Kensington, Veronica Thieleke, Lidderdale T.O B. Club, Mrs. F A Stamp New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Lonemnn Fall, Fur Fashion Show Here Oct. 12 will take the place of the organiza-, devotions Scripture reading from \ and (5> Press on even in the face tion's annual bazaar. j Acts 19:8-20. * * * I * * * Lucy's Circle met at the home of I The program reconvened in the its chairman, Lucy Winter, whose church undercroft at 2 p.m. Circo-hostesses were Mrs. L. L. Akin cle 111 was the hostess group, and Mrs. E. J. Hulsebus. Seven- serving dessert and coffee from a groom 's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Denich, Omaha. A family wedding is planned. It will take place at 4 p.m. October 3 in the First Presbyterian Church of conflict and difficulty toward i at Council Bluffs, with the Rev. the goal. I Robert C. Bowman officiating. Questions pertaining to on e's Miss Schacfer. who attended Ar- growth in disciplcship were hand-, cadia High School, is presently cm- ed out; and the women were di-j ployed in the business offices of vided into discussion groups. A Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. teen members and two guests, lace-covered table centered with j general discussion followed ' the in Council Bluffs. Her fiance Harriet Anderson and Mrs. Ivan C. pink and white asters. Mrs. Gus A fall fashion and fur show. ».,.,,,. • ,, , sponsored by Court St. Rose of Mrs. Karl Keister was installed i , jma Cathclic Daughters of America, will be hold in the Kuemper Bys, attended. Mrs. Bys is a member-at-large. Miss Winter opened the meeting. Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz presented the devotions, entitled, "A New Year, Vasos and Mrs. A. C. Stuhr presided at the tea and coffee serv ices. Mrs. Robert Sorenson gave a group studies. * * • The business meeting was conducted by Edith Graham. Plans devotional service which had been! were made f ° r the rummage sale Ir ' ~~ • .... New Responsibilities." She read prepared by Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks, Sept. 25 and 26. and for the ba- who was unable to attend. She zaar at tne church Dec. 4. Mother Advisor of the assembly. Mrs. Andy Krapfl Entertains G.T.O.B. gist and get your full money back. •* ORDINEX costs $3.00 and is sold with «» this .strict money back guarantee by: " RETTENMAIER DRUG) STORE —Car* roll —Mail Orders Filled. McFee. Alphonse Taft, the father of William Howard Taft, was U. S. minister to Austria and to Russia. High School Auditorium Oct. 12, at 8 p.m. The committee on arrangements 1 Carroll, met Wednesday evening in the * * * Mrs. Andy Krapfl was hostess home of Mrs. R. M. Moehn. Mrs. B B. Lehman entertained to members of the G.T.O.R. Club Committees are: Co-chairmen, ione's Circle, assisted by her coat her home Wednesday afternoon Grand Regent Mrs. Ethel Lampe i hostesses. Mrs. W. J. Wieland and at contract bridge. (and Mrs. Moehn; ticket, Mrs. | Mrs. D. W. Hanssen. They served High score prize was awarded to! Phyllis Schrad and Mrs. Helen j dessert and coffee from a lace- Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier. Mrs. Lil- > Thelen; hostess. Mrs. Agnes Neil; | covered table centered with a yel- Iian Reinhart received low score I publicity and staging, Mrs Psalm 121, and closed with pray- er read from Ephesians 4.11-16 and Lunch was served at the dining , Phillipians 3:j_2-lG. table, centered with a bouquet of red roses. Mrs. Bys was at the coffee service. studying for a master's degree in physiology at the University of Nc| braska. The Schaefer lamily lived at Arcadia for more than 25 years, moving to Council Bluffs about five years ago. * * * Reservations for the Northwest 1 Prcsbyterial meeting in Glidden Potluck Dinner Sept. 24 must be in by Monday, Mrs. Lester Heinen, Halbur, had Sept. 21. prepared the lesson entitled "M- 1 The next general meeting. Oct. Opens Fall Series Mrs E E Osborne will be the Q ~ About Average." In her ab- 21. will be preceded by a potluck next hostess at her home, Route 3, j sence. due to illness, it was pre- 1 luncheon at l p.m. Ninet e e n members and two | The circle's next meeting will be guests attended. Guests were Mrs. C. D. Crotts of Lehigh and Mrs. Richard Meridith, W.S.C.S. president. J.L.C. Club members opened their fall series with a 1)30 potluck dinner Tuesday evening in the recreation room ol Mrs. Clarence Kross's home. Fal! flowers centered the table. , An evening of bridge followed Thekla s Circle met at the home the dinner, with Mrs. Delbert of Mrs. W. E._ Bates, whose co- j Montgomery winning the prize for at Mrs. Merrill Rogers' home. * * * prize; and the traveling prize was . Nagl: and correspondence, Mrs. retained by Mrs. William J. Anna B. Harrington. Other mem- 1 W as at the coffee service. Leuer. hers of thc court will assist thc Mrs. Krapfl served dessert and above committees coffee at the card tables at the \ Court members will receive tick- close of the afternoon. ets in the mail, and additional The club will meet Sept. 30 at ones will be available at The Mrs. Reinhart's home. Vogue. Devotions were presented Don j low and white flower and candle 1 Mrs. W. Paul Forney from .hostesses were Mrs. Hans Laurid-.high score; Mrs. Verms Juergens the sen and Mrs. William Lauridsen arrangement. Mrs. Verdis Hansen ' book. "There's A Light Upon the I There were 19 present, and one Mountain." j guest, Mrs. Selma Magill of Jef- fcrson. DAVIS FAIL IBS THAN ALKYD DATEX PRICE PAINT SALE SEMI-LUSTRE This top quality point product dries to a fceoutifuf soft sheen between high gloss and flat finish. 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S 3 39 Cat in 5'» DAVIS PAINT & Gift Store Russell Franz, Owner & Operator 123 West 5th Dial 2489 Wa-Tan-Ye Club Hears Mrs. Robert Sorenson | Mrs. Arthur McNaughton -read i Psalm 121 for devotions and gave : a short lesson on new responsibilities. Mrs. McNaughton was appointed membership chairman, i Lunch was served from a table covered with cocoa-brown linen, featuring a centerpiece of bronze Sorenson told were born there, live there, and ' %F S * n *™ u ™ fL*™ 6 '??!!' members of Wa-Tan-Ye club about wouldn't think of leaving. She told Xer service the trip she and her husband took about Anchorage which is a rapidly i to Alaska in thc summer of 1958 advancing city, their flight to Bar- The next meeting will be at Mrs. at the club's meeting Wednesday row, and said there was an atmos- 1 J° hn C. Schumacher's country evening at the home of Mrs. Louis, phere of friendliness and advance- j n °me. low; and Mrs. Frank Licwor, traveling. Mrs. George Rusche will be hostess Oct. 6. Mrs. Robert C. K. Anderson. ment in Alaska. I * * * * * * She brought with her some of (C ;, rcl t IV ' night circle, met Mrs. Anderson and her co - hos-, their souvenirs which included a e of Mrs ' Wllber Walk " tess. Beulah Osborne, assisted by j yo . VOi a wo lf-scarer. and a paper- 1 u ?„ H ^ r , c °- hoste ss was Mrs. Or- Mrs. C. R. Thomas, served dessert, we [ glu made from tne inner ear ! yille Baker. Jhe meeting was al­ and coffee preceding the meeting. Seventeen members attended, in- l weight oi a whale eluding three new members attending for th first time: Mrs. D. R. Weaver, Mrs. Lafe Schoenjahn and Dorothy Grundmcicr. Mrs. Rose Andrews was also a guest. * # * Mrs. Sorenson, in telling of their trip, spoke of the Alaskan highway, which she said is something the United States may be well proud of. She said the people of Alaska are most interesting. They * # * • Now thru Sat. >tey Gang! f I Comes Co-lUrrtng •# imuttK-ANTON WW FOUR PREPS Scneoftky by GABRKUi UPTON Kmd M Uw oowl by FKDOOCK KOMQt rMuoed by UWB J. MCHMR •Nrcctod by fUH WOKKDS CINEMASCpPE ' EASTMAN COLOR A COttiMBIA PICTURE Continuous Nightly From 7:00 p. m, FRIDAY . . . Midnight Show Murder Reported Doors Open 11:00 p. m. tended by 15 members and eight guests. , Guest speaker was Mrs. Howard In the business meeting, plans | DeWees of Glidden, who spoke on „ere made for sponsoring TV art- 1 christian Literature. She brought ists in the Mystorama Show to be| witn her books on the Philippine held here Oct. 6 in the Carroll High . Islands and Africa Mrs Duane School Auditorium. i Shriver gave a list of Christian It was reported that over 200 sandwiches had been made and served at the cripped children's clinic recently. Final plans were made for delegates to attend the national convention at Waterloo Oct. 9-10-11. Beulah Aiken was appointed historian, replacing Harriet Anderson. Dorothy Grundmeier was appointed club correspondent to Wa-Tan- Ye magazine. The business meeting was con study going on around the community. Mrs. Don Jones was at the coffee service at a table centered with an arrangement of flowers and candles. * * * All of the circles will meet again Wednesday, Oct. 21. Paul Wlederhold left Thursday morning for Santa Ana, Calif., after a week's visit with his moth- ducted by Mrs. Guy Raridon, pres-! er) Mrs . A , j wiederhold in the ld E!? L t ... , ,„ . W. J. Schmich home in Carroll, The next meeting will be Wed-, and other Natives. He also visited nesday, Sept. 30, instead of the | nis brother and siste, Mr. regular meeting night. It will be j and Mrs . Walter Wiederhold and at the J. C. Schwarzenbach resi- : family at stoux City , and his broth . dence. with Myrtle Walden and, er Wilbur Wied erhold at St. Jo- Mrs. Frank Fister as hostesses. 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