Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 18, 1959 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, September 18, 1959
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Kardettes Open -~ Their Fall Series Thursday Evening The first fall meeting of the Kar- dettes, evening bridge club, was held at the home of Mrs. Vincent Langenfeld Thursday. Mrs. Richard Collison was winner of the prize for high score; Mrs. Lewis Rich, Gliddcn, second high; Mrs. John Ragallcr, low; and Mrs. James Furcy. traveling. Mrs. Langenfelfl served dessert and coffee after the games. The club will meet again in two weeks at the home of Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse. COOL FOOT Suede and kid SURPRISE PARTY Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Trecker, Manning, were honored at a surprise supper party at the Brown Derby Saturday complimen ting them on their 10th wedding anniversary. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Potaczek, Chicago; Ed Langel, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schaenble, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dopheide and Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Murray, all of Templcton. Mr. and Mrs. Potaczek and children. Kathy and Tommy, had visited in the Trecker home. AT LAST! 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Following the dinner, the Very Rev. Msgr. Edward Vollmer will speak on the subject, "The Role of parents in Christian Education." There will also be an explanation of the program outline for the grades by the St. Lawrence faculty. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Sept. 18, 1959 Former Breda Couple To Note 50th Year (Times Herald New* Service) BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Leo Thiele of Elma, formerly of the Breda vicinity, will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, Sept. 20, at Elma. They were married at St. Bernard's Church. Breda. Sept. 21, 1909, and lived on a farm southeast of Breda for 17 years. In 1926 they moved to Elma. Mrs. Thiele is the former Anna Lengling, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lengcling, and sister of Joseph Lengeling of Carroll. Mr. Thiele is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thiele. Plans for the celebration include high mass at Immaculate Conception Church at 10 a.m., a family dinner at noon, and open house from 2 to 4 p.m. in the church hall. Christmas Seal Plans Discussed Here A regional luncheon of the Tuberculosis and Health Association to lay groundwork for the annual Christmas seal sale was held in the Carroll Public School. Sixty-two members from 13 counties were present. Attending from Carroll County were Mrs. Mayburn Ramsey, county president, Mrs. Leo Bruck, vice president. Mrs. John Edgert o n, secretary, and Mrs. Henry Hagedorn, county seal sale chairman, all of Manning; Mrs. Frank Fister of Carroll; and Mrs. John Riesberg of Halbur. Speakers were Mrs. Howard Waters, president of the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association; Ben Charkin, health education consultant; Esther Arthmann. field representative; Leah Woodr i n g, case-finding nurse; and Mrs. Vera Ewing, state seal sale consultant. Calendar 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— D.A.R. Constitution Day, 9:30 a.m. Coffee, Lucy Winter Sunday- Carroll Dance Club, Elks Hall Tuesday— Spela Kort Club, Mrs. William Stickrod Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Clem Dcter- man P.F.F. Club, Mrs. L. C. Drecsen DC Club. Burke Motor Inn, 12:30 p.m., Mrs. W. R. Lee Little Flower Study Club, No-hostess dinner, Brown Derby D.A.R. Central District Meeting, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. ^|j75 Members at 'Templeton Guild Regular Meeting TEMPLETON — Sacred Heart Guild of Tcmpleton held its regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening with 75 members attending. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Gene Rupiper. The Rev. Leo Harpenau led the recitation of the rosary. Final arrangements were made for the annual chicken supper to be held Sunday Sept. 20, serving to begin at 4 p.m. The group voted to change the regular meeting night to the third Tuesday of the month. Mrs. Eleanor Hoffman spoke on the South Central Deanery meeting of the D.C.C.W. at Carroll, Sept. 16, and announced the annual D.C.C.W. convention to be held in Sioux City, Oct. 7, urging that all reservations be made by Oct. 2. On exhibit was a layette which will be sent to St. Monica's Home in Sioux City through the eommit- Prcsbytcrian Guild, 6.30 Potluck, j tee cooperating wltn Catholic char Mrs. W. L. McConkie ij,j„ N.O.E. Club Meets For a Dessert-Bridge All members of the N.O.E. Club were present at their first meeting 1 of the fall club season at the • home of Mrs. L. L. Akin Thursday afternoon. Dessert and coffee were served at the dining table before the contract bridge games. Centering the table was a large bouquet of roses. Mrs. E. W. Van Meter received the prize for high score, and Mrs. Al A. Osten, low. Mrs Cliff Bell will be hostess Thursday afternoon, Oct. 1. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boys, Girls' Clubs Beta Epsilon 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 Loneman Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Thursday- Newcomers Club Coffee, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nugent Adams DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple 4th District Northwest Presbyteri- a 1, G 1 i d d e n Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m. A.B. Club, Mrs. E. W. Van Meter I and O Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Loew ities. Mrs. Margaret Kuhl spoke on "The Hour of Peace", in honor of Our Lady of Fatima, which will be held weekly in the near future at Sacred Heart Church. This will be sponsored by the Past Grand! Regents club of the Catho 1 i c Daughters of America of Templeton. Fr. Harpenau spoke briefly and answered the question box. Lunch was served by Mrs. Don Zubrod and her committee, and bingo was played. Liquor Commission's Most Profitable Year DES MOINES (AP)-The Iowa Liquor Commission ended a quarter century of operation with its most profitable year in history, the commission said Friday. "Seldom does a tompany, concern or state agency end its 25th year of operation as did the Liquor Commission for this period," said an annual report covering the fiscal year ended last June 30. "Records were met and surpassed in all phases of operation." the report added. New highs were established in sales, which totaled $41,193,137; in net profit, $9,939,049; and in transfers to the state's general fund and to other tax funds. The net profit for fiscal 1958 was an increase of almost $700.000! above the preceding year's figure; Open Fall ScQSOn nor Commission has totaled $151,333,487. Here is the way most of tha money was distributed: General fund, $92,915,159; state treasurer for use by incorporated cities and towns, $23,920,634; state treasurer for military service property tax exemptions, $23,920,634; Public Safety Department, $272,092: for purchase of ground adjoining central office building, $40,200; to architects for proposed warehouse structure and improvements, $22,439: and to State University of Iowa College of Medicine for study of alcoholism, $30,000. Toast masters and surpassed the all-time high of $9,625,124 recorded in 1951. Carroll Toastmasters have open- Rainbow Girls Sacred Heart Parish, Templeton, annual chicken supper, Sun., Sept. 20. Serving 4:00 to 8:00. Adv. New 1960 Models Hi-Fi & Stereo RECORD PLAYERS Columbia—VM—Capitol $29.95 HARRIS MUSIC CO. 100 East 5th — Dial 2413 New officers of the Halbur Happy Lassies 4-H Club were elected at a meeting in the auditorium of the Halbur school Monday night, September 14. They are Diane Eischeid, president; Diane Koenig, vice president; Kathy Schelle, secretary; Meet Thursday Melinda Heinen, historian; and' Marlene Bueltel, reporter. Committee chairmen named were Cheryl Koenig, Madelyn Trecker and Sandra Benrens. Twenty-three members answered roll call with "What I enjoyed most at the meetings this year". Traveling bingo was played and prizes were won by Melinda Hei In Regular Session Assembly No. 50, Order of Rainbow for Girls, held a regular meeting after school Thursday in the Masonic Temple, the first meeting of the fall term. Judy Gregcrson. associate worthy advisor, presided in the absence of Jan White, worthy advis- was taken nen, Nancy Bennier, Diane Pott-, . . hoff and Diane Loeffelholtz. Lunch j or - Routine business was served by Helen Testroet. as-> care of sisted by her mother Mrs. Frank Testroet. New officers were elected by the Rose Valley Ramblers 4-H Club at a joint meeting with the Roselle Rustlers in the Roselle parish hall Monday night, September 14. Marian Steffes was chosen as the new president; Jane Rupiper, vice president; Mary Jane Taphorn, secretary; Carol Steffes and Patricia Renze, music chairmen; Patricia Starman, historian; and Donna Lee Eich, reporter. Dancing followed the business meeting. Lunch was served to the combined clubs by Mrs. George Renze and Mrs. John Starman. Penny Barels was installed as Love. Churches FACE TO FACE . . . Shops in Amsterdam, Holland, are offering a service in which profiles of a customer's likeness are fashv ioned from black felt and glued on the front of the skirt she buys. Now a girl can not only wear her heart on her sleeve but her face on her skirt. 1ST LUTHERAN CHURCH Scranton, Iowa. W. H. Lindquist, Pastor. Sat., Sept. 19— 9 a.m. Confirmation Class. Sun., Sept. 20— 10 a.m. Sunday School. 11 a.m. Morning Worship. Wed., Sept. 23— 8 p.m. Lutheran Fellowship League meeting at the Leonard Jensen home. Thurs., Sept. 24— 9 a.m. Bible Classes. 8 p.m. Choir Practice. Fri., Sept. 25— 8 p.m. Sunday School teachers' meeting at the home of M r s. Wayne Byerly. Transfers to the state general' cd the fall season with a dinner fund totaled $6,550.000—up more j meeting in the Driftwood Room of than l'-s million dollars over the'the Burke Motor Inn. previous fiscal period. | Members voted to continue week- In addition, more than four mil- 'y dinner meetings through the lion dollars was transferred to the coming season but to change the state treasurer. One half this I regular meeting night from Tues- amount was for distribution to in- j day to Thursday. Meetings will be corporated cities and towns for \ held ;it the Burke Motor Inn each general use and the other half! Thursday at u-:io p.m. to counties to supplement loss of A membership drive was planned revenue because of military serv-' to begin with each member bring- ice exemptions or remission of a new member to the next property taxes. At the close of the fiscal year, meeting, September 24. Speakers lor the next meeting 1ST METHODIST CHURCH Coon Rapids, Iowa. The next regular meeting will be|, Earl ^ E ,- J °sten,pastor Thursday evening. Oct. 1. >«-- ^ > J- Leo Schneider, Board Chairman; Don Halverson, Lay Leader; Delmar Johnson, Church School Superintendent. Sunday, Sept. 20— 9:30 a.m. Church School. 10:45 a.m. Worship. Sermon: "Onward, Christian Soldiers" 'Loyalty Sunday. Consecration of COLLEGE \ STUDENTS GET ALL THE NEWS FROM HOME EVERY DAY! Only $g50 FOR SIX MONTHS (In Zone 1 and 2) If you are planning to attend college this fall, take advantage of this offer to have all of the home town news sent to you each and every day. BE INFORMED! Only $8.50 for six months, in Zones 1 & 2, elsewhere in the United States the subcription rate is $10.00 for six months. I ' I But Don't Miss a Single Issue - Be Sure You Get the 1 ( News. Fill Out and Mail the Coupon Below With Your I | Check. I • The Daily Times Herald, Circulation Department ( CLIP THIS COUPON I Name . I College -Address at College Enclosed find check for $. _ _ _: . i THE DAILY TIMES HERALD Parties Note 10th Anniversary MANNING — A round of parties recently honored the 10th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. La- r Vern Trecker of Manning, which, Every Member Canvass visitors, was Monday. Chancel and Cherub Choirs. Scrip- Friday night a group of rela-Uure led by Joan Howey: greeters tives and neighbors helped the by Mrs. Anita Carlson, Gertrude Treckers celebrate. The evening Homing r candles by Tommy Arwas spent playing cards, and j rowsmith, Larry Smouse. lunch which the visitors hadl 2 30 Mary Jane King-Don Cul- brought was served. Guests were hertson marriage rites, from Carroll, Manilla, Dedham j Hi h MyF Mar . and Manning. Sunday evening an- ^ f idcfcnt other group of relatives honored 1 ' ' them. The time was spent visiting and playing cards. The group presented them with a purse and i area in charge served lunch. This group included; Tuesday 5:30 p.m., Sr. High MYF, Marilyn Jordan and Christian Faith relatives from Dedham, Arcadia, l Breda and Manning. On Monday, ; friends from Halbur and Carroll joined the Treckers for an evening District VVSCS Seminar at Bayard. 8 p.m. Young churchmen of three counties meet here. GM Holds Price Line on '60 Cars DETROIT <AP> - General Motors Corp. is holding the 1959 price line on all its 1960 regular passenger car models. The corporation announced today factory list prices on its five models — Chevrolet. Buick, Oldsmobile, Cadillac and Pontiac — will not be increased over 1959. GM's announcement followed earleir reports that all of the auto industry's Big Three — GM. Ford and Chrysler — would hold the 1959 price line. Ford and Chrysler have yet to announce their 1960 model prices. Ward's Reports, a trade publication said Thursday a holding of the price line of last year would be the car industry's answer to inflation. The factory list price is the price of the car as delivered to ! the dealer. It does not include dealer charges or taxes GM list prices range from $2,056 for the lowest-priced Chevrolet to $8,950 for top Cadillac luxury car. The prices showed moderate reductions from 1959 in some instances. The announced price ranges on the various models (with 1959 ranges in parentheses): Chevrolet — $2,056 two-door 6- cylinder sedan to $2,739 four-door 8-cylinder sedan i$2,056 to $2,757). Pontiac — $2,399 sports sedan to $3,175 convertible coupe ($2,399 to $3,184 >. Oldsmobile — $2,574 two - door sedan to $3,975 convertible coupe ($2,574 to $3.975». Buick — $2,500 two-door sedan to $3,895 four-door hard top ($2,500 to $3,895). Cadillac — $4,475 coupe to $8,950 limousine (not given). II ENDS SATURDAY . . . 2 Big Features Money, Women & Guns" PLUS of cards and served lunch. Mr. ., Wednesday— and Mrs. Treckers' son Bill was j The services of our church are also present at all of the parties. T.E.G. Club Has Two New Members Mrs. James Strautman was hostess to members of the T.E.G. Club at her home Thursday evening for contract bridge. The club presented gifts to two new members, Mrs. C. H. Duffy and Mrs. Phil Dennis. Winner of the high score prize was Mrs. James Kerwin. Mrs. Paul Brutsche retained the traveling prize. After the games, Mrs. Strautman served dessert and coffee at the j card tables. Mrs. Gayle Thompson will en- i tertain the club Thursday evening, Oct. 1. available to our visitors from other towns and other nations. 'Ihursday— 7:30 p.m. Chancel choir rehearsal. 8:30 Worship Commission. Friday- Rally Day and beginning Christian Education Week. of STAR METHODIST CHURCH Earl E. Josten, Pastor. Clyde Logan, Board Chairman; Glenn Bolger. Lay Leader; Myron Bundt, Church School Superintendent. Sunday, Sept. 20— 9:30 a.m. Church Sermon, "The Highest Loyalty." 10:15 a.m. Church School. Thursday 8 p.m. Star Official Board. Coffee Is Given For Mrs. Schmitz Mrs. Joe Schmitz was the guest of honor at a coffee given by Mrs. Clarence Kross in her home Thursday afternoon. Dessert and coffee were served at a dining table decorated with fall flowers. Mrs. Schmitz was presented with a baby gift. Those present were Mrs. Harold Jensen, Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. A. A. Henning, Mrs. Duane Shriver, Mrs. Charles Heuton and Mrs. Jack Thein. I . - - " o the report said, the commission's will he Robert McKone and Dr. undistributed profit totaled $9.998,-: Norman Schulz. Paul Crousc will 899 for use in operating capital. J be toastmaster and C. E. Mcllvain This is invested in spirits and wine ' will lead table topics discussion, inventories, warehouse and office j New officers will be elected for the buildings and operating equip- j coming year, nient. I A humorous speech contest is During the period, commission' planned lor October 1 to select a establishments began taking on a, local representative for a state hu- new look. | morons speech contest to be held An accelerated program of mod- 1 at Boone, October 4. ernizing the older stores is under- j way, the report said, and the heavy metal grille work of earlier years is giving way to modern store design. 1 In addition, the report said, "present store sites are being surveyed with an eye to their access- ability to the public. New subur- , ban stores are being established j in the larger cities with parking i facilities for the shopper's convenience. j "Thus, born in the depths of a severe depression, harassed by wars and scarcities, the Iowa Liquor Commission has withstood the many trials of the past quarter j century and now finds itself es- I tablished among the well-respect- 1 ed organizations in the retail I field. ] "The operations of 180 retail stores under one centralized control places the commission among the largest retail store organizations in Iowa," the report said. i It added that the state liquor | monopoly plan "has been gcneral- I ly accepted by the greater portion of the adult citizenry of the state ] as a good system, well managed, , and operated in their best interests." During the past fiscal year, the report said, one store located at George, Iowa, was closed but three new stores were opened at Washington, Des Moines and Council Bluffs. The commission said Iowa ranks third lowest in the nation in per capital consumption of spirits and wines, and second lowest among the liquor monopoly states. Only Arkansas and Alabama have lower per capita consumption. During the 25 years of operation, net income to the Iowa Liq- TO ELECT OFFICERS New sub-district officers will be elected at the September meeting of Methodist Young Churchmen to j bo held in the Coon Rapids Methodist Church at 8 p.m. Tuesday, I September 22. All unmarried Methi odist young people oeyond high I school age are invited. YOU ALWAYS LOOK YOUR BEST WITH... A full staff of competent operators, it at your com* mand , . . and the prices art pleasing. • Permanents $6.50 to $12.50 I Haircuts Children 75c — Adults $1 Irene Curran — Ruth Good Pat Collison Laura Mescher UNIQUE BEAUTY SHOP Starline Ballroom Sat., Sept. 19 MORRIE POWERS and His Bel-Airs Stage Struck" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE — Sun-Mon-Tues - AND THE INNOCENT Audie MURPHY Joanne DRU Gilbert ROLAND • Sandra DEE A UhJVftl*! Open at 7:00 P. M. Show Starts 7:15 P. M. Ends Saturday "Gidget" In Color Friday Midnite Show Murder Reported JAMES STEWART LEE REMICK BEN GAZZARA ARTHUR O'CONNELL EVE ARDEN KATHRYN GRANT •nd JOSEPH N. WELCH as Judge Weaver GEORGE C.SCOrr/ORSON BEAN/RUSS BROWN/MURRAY HAMILTON 'BROOKS WEST | screenplay by WENDELL MAYES from the bestseller bv ROBERT TRAVER photography' by SAM LEAVITT production designed by BORIS LEVEN produced and duectcd by OWO PREMINGER/aColumbia release tmuu t» u>\, m*itmi< Please Note - Sunday Shows at 1:00-3:40-6:30 & 9:25 P. M. 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