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Country Club Bridge Mixer Is Held Friday Mrs. V. I,. Throckmorton was liigh score winner for women. ;ind William J. Loner, for men, at the bridge mixer held at the Carroll Country Club Friday evening. Mts. Clem Detorman and Mr. Throckmorton won second high; and Mr. and Mrs. O \V. Kelly, low Dessert and coffee were served before the games. Co-chairmen of the committee were Mrs. C V. Me- Ilvain and Mrs 0. H. Joei-gens. # * * Mrs. Loner was appointed new bridge mi.\or chairman for the coming season Her co - chairmen will be Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus and Mrs. Mcllvain. A bridge dinner ha 5 been tentatively set for Saturday c\can - .,; Oct. 10. Personal Paragraphs I Calendar Henry W. Miller of Denv c r, Colo . formerly of Carroll is visiting his sisters. Mrs. Mary Reinhart of Carroll and Mrs. John Bruenmg at Mt. Carmol. Smorgasbord. Methodist Church, Sept 23. o to 7.30 p.m. Adults, SI ")0, Children, 75 cents. adv. Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Young of Wichita Falls, Tex., are coming for a weekend visit with Mr. Young's brothcr-in - law, John E. Tucker. They will go from Carroll to Des Moines to visit Mrs. Young 's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bower and son Kevin have moved from 512 V. a>hington Street to a residence cost of Carroll on Highway 30. Smorgasbord, Methodist Sept. 23, 5 to 7:30 p.m. $1.50; Children, 75 cents. Church, Adults, adv. Smorgasbord, Methodist Sept 23. 5 to 7:30 p m. Si 50. Children, 75 cents. Church. Adults, adv. Thimble Bee Has Afternoon Meeting Mrs. Arthur McNauchton was bostess to ten member* of the Thimble Bee and one cue-t. Mrs F. A. Stamp, at her home 1'iidav afternoon. After an afternoon of \ Kiting and needle work. Mrs MeNaughon served a tray lunch, assisted by Mrs. Hans Lauridsen and lulith Graham. Mrs. C. L. Moore will be hostess Friday afternoon, Oct lfi. Wise is the young man who < on his girl friend alter her brother has gone to bed. alls kid BEAUTIFUL RCA VICTOR COLOR TELEVISION See them on display. FREE demonstration in your home. DIAL 9513 Sporrer's TV & Appliances Open Evenings Except Sunday. Corner 9th and Salinger Mr. and Mrs. .1. R. O'Herron and their three daughters of Las Vegas, New, were overnight guests in the T. W. Happe home, en route to their new home in Detroit, Mich. Mr. O'Herron is a former Carroll resident. Friendly Hour Club Meets in Manning liinifs Herald Neui SrrtlcO MANNING — Shirley McCollum v as hostess to the Friendly Hour Club Thursday at the home of Mrs. Kdna Peters. Twenty-one members and one guest were present. Roll call was "Some Article I Would Like to Throw Out." Irene Jansen, Dorothy Strosahl, Dolores Kuhn received anniversary gifts; Bess Ramsey, a birthday gift; and Shirley McCollum a combination birthday and anniversary gift. Selma Vennink and Wava Lorenzen received Secret Pal gifts. Elizabeth Witt was elected president for the coming year; Wava Lorenzen, vice president; Viola Spieker, secretary; Cheryl Vollstedt, treasurer; Irene Jansen, reporter. Edna Peters was in charge of entertainment, with prizes awarded to Edith Sloberl and Cheryl Vollstcdt. Lunch was served. Mrs. Stobcrl will be hostess at the October meeting. iF.L.C. Members Are Entertained I Mrs. B. W. Fisk and Mrs. C. M. Bayliss, members of the program committee of the Fir. Club, cn- ' tertained club members at Mrs. Fisk's home at a nine o'clock . coffee Friday morning. | The lace-covered serving table . was centered with a bouquet ot pink and white dahlias. Mrs. Everett Rogers was at the coffee service. Program booklets for the com| ing year were distributed, and the , remainder of the time was spent visiting i The club's first regular meeting of the season will be next Friday, Sept 25. at the home of Mrs. Everett Rogers. |SU1 PLEDGES IOWA CITY — Joe Swanson of j Lake City was pledged to the Be| ta Theta Pi fraternity at the close of a five-day rush season at the i State Univesity of Iowa Thursday. Among others pledged from West Central Iowa communities were William Nell, Jefferson, Acucia, Tim Stewart, Jefferson, Alpha Tau Omega; Jim Ausberger, Jefferson, Phi Delta Theta; Lurry Moon. Harlan, Phi Delta Theta; Robert Brock, Atlantic, Phi Delta Theta; Stephen Jones, Denison, Delta Tau Delta; and Frank Retman, Denison, Phi Kappa Psi. Famed French actress Sarah Bernhardt first appeared in comedy roles and attracted little attention. She changed to emotional tragic roles and became the most acclaimed feminine star in the theater. NOTICE My Beauty Shop will be closed from Sept. 22 thru Oct. 5 JOLEEN'S Beauty Shop 1019 Quint Ave., Carroll HARMONY CLUB MEETS (Tlines Herald Nrnk berslir) SCRANTON - The Harmony club opened the fall season with a 12:30 potluck luncheon at the home of Mrs. Earl Paup Tuesday. After the luncheon, a short business meeting was held with explanation of the year books being the main topic. Roll call was answered with Bible verses. One guest, Mrs. Paup's sister, Mrs. Grace Churchill of Jefferson, was present. The next meeting will be in Bagley Sept. 29, at the home of Mrs. Lulu Badger. ENTERTAIN AT DINNER (Tlnif* llrrsld »w» Srr %ire) ARCADIA - Mr. and Mrs Edward Lampman entertained a t dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs Anna Meis, Mosinec, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Dan Wiehn and Henry, Clara Lampman and Viola Fritz, all of Elgin, Neb.; who had come to attend the wedding of Berniece Lampman and Gerald Wittr o c k Sept. 12. The afternoon was spent playing cards and visiting. COLLEGE STUDENTS GET ALL THE NEWS FROM HOME EVERY DAY! Only $350 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 subscription rate is $10.00 for six months. ["But Don't I News. Fill | Check. Miss a Single Issue - Be Sure You Get the Out and Mail the Coupon Below With Your I I I I Name I I The Daily Times Herald, Circulation Department CLIP THIS COUPON I College -Address at College Enclosed find check for $_ 1 THE DAILY TIMES HERALD Saturday— DA R. Constitution Day, 9:30 a.m. Coffee, Lucy Winter Sunday- Carroll Dance Club, Elks Hall Tuesday— St. Lawrence Home and School Club, 7pm potluck. School hall Spela Kort Club, Mrs. William Stick rod Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Clem Determan P.F.F. Clyb. Mrs. L. C. Dreesen DC Club. Burke Motor Inn, 12:30 pin., Mrs. W. R. Lee Little Flower Study Club, No-hostess dinner, Brown Derby DA R. Central District Meeting, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. Presbvterian Guild. 6:30 Potluck, Mrs W. L. McConkie Beta Epsilon Chapter, Bculali Osborne at Byron Provost home, Lake View VFW Kensington, Veronica Thicl- ekc, Lidderdale T.O B. Club, Mrs F A. Stamp New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence ' Loncman St Lawrence Home and School Club, 7 p m. potluck. School hall Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor i Inn St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Thursday— Ili-Lo Club , Newcomers Club Toffee, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nugent Adams i DcMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple ! 4th District Northwest Presbyteri- I a 1, G 1 i d d e n Presbyterian I Church, 9 am. AH. Club, Mrs E. W. Van Meter I and O Club, Mrs. Elizabeth i Locw Friday— 1 Rebeknh Lodge. IOOF Hall F L C. Club. Mrs Everett Rogers Mrs. Jessen Is Hostess to Club *TiitifH Herald »««. Srrtlcr) WESTS1DE — The Fort-Nightly Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Henry Jessen. Fourteen members and one guest, Mrs. William Meggers, were present. The club collect and Pledge of Allegiance were said and the prayer was given by Mrs. Art Schoessler. Mrs. Harold Kracht, j club president, opened the meeting. The procram theme was centered around a quotation Irom Beech- cr, "Flowers may beckon toward us, but they speak toward heaven and God." Roll call was answered by each member bringing a flower arrangement for display. Mrs. Vernon Jensen and Mrs. J. P. Median judged the arrangements, a n d awarded blue ribbons to Mrs Harry Segebart, Mrs. Jrvvin Thiede- man, Mrs. Art Schoessler, and Mrs K. O Schuman. Also following the flower theme, Mrs. Irwin Thiedeman presented, an illustrated talk, "How to preserve leaves and flowers." Plans were made for observing the club's 40th year. The anniversary meeting will be Oct 28 at the United Church of Christ, with all past members receiving invitations. At the conclusion of the afternoon's program, lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. J. P. Median will be hostess for the next meeting. Roll call will be answered by each member bringing or telling about a misleading advertisement. Two Showers Are Given for Carol Clow (TImpa llcrnld News Servlre) LAKE CITY - Carol Clow of Lake City, whose marriage to Clayton Roller of Yctter, occurs Saturday Sept. 19, was honored at two showers this past week. Mrs E. II. Grantham and Mrs. A. L. Merrick were hostesses at the Grantham home Wednesday evening. In addition to gilts, Miss Clow received a recipe and a piece of advice from each guest. Saturday evening a miscellaneous shower was held in the fellowship room of Woodlawn Christian church, with Mrs. Harold Condon, Mrs. R. J. Auman, Mrs. Ernest Moad, Mrs. Clifford Woody, and Mrs. Harry Clow as hostesses. Game prizes were won by Mrs. Billy Clark, Mrs. Gerald Dial, and j Mrs. William Picht. I The Rev. John Lewis has been elected president of the Lake City ministerial association. The Rev. Ralph Golliher is vice president; ; and the Rev. Howard D. Pralher, secretary-treasurer. The Rev. Eugene Shipley is retiring president. Date for the annual reception for the public school teachers was set lor Oct. 28. Janet Yankey Bride of Richard F. Lansink Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Sept. 19, 1959 Janet Yankey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yankey. Vail, became the bride of Richard F. Lansink at 9 30 a.m. Saturday, Sept, 19. at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lansink, Ida Grove. The Rev. Robert Condon performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with white gladioli and lavender-tinted carnations. Mrs Julian Bruch Faye Cornelison and Rex Campbell Wed at Scranton (Tlnii'i Ili-mld NCWII St-rvti-e) SCRANTON - Faye Cornelison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Cornelison, Scranton, and Rex B. Campbell. Aurora, Colo, were married the evening of Sept. 5 at Church of Christ in Scranton. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. James R. Campbell, Derby, Colo. The Rev. Louis Ferguson performed the double ring ceremony. Attending the couple were Mrs. Marion Coughenower, Sioux City, and Dennis Campbell, Derby, Colo. The couple will live at Dm". East 14th Street, Aurora. Colo . where Mr. Campbell is employed as air traffic controller by the Federal Aviation Agency. Mrs. Knaack Is New President of The Ga rden Club (Tlmt's II ITUIII Nrvts Scrtirri MANNING - The Manning Garden Club elected officers at its regular September meeting. Marcella Knaack is the new president; Clethus .Roberts, vice president; Ruth Schroeder, recording secretary; Shirley Zentmeire, correspondeing secretary; and Else Struve, treasurer. Mrs Struve gave the les-on 'The Rest Tree for You." Edna Peters conducted a loaf (|inz. with the prize going to Eunice Jensen Lunch was served by the hostess, Mildred Joens. was at the organ; and St. Lawrence choir sang during the ceremony, and while the bride and groom placed a bouquet of white carnations on the altar of the Blessed Virgin. Matron.of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Mrs. Phil Topf. Mr. Topf attended his brother as best man. Guests were seated by Roger Mohr and Wilbur Miller. * * * The bride wore an all-white floor-length gown of French imported Chantilly lace, nylon tulle and net over bridalure satin, with traditional bodice and bouffant skirt. Her fingertip veil, belonging to her matron of honor, fell from a queen's crown of tiny seed pearls. Centering her cascade bouquet of white pom poms was a lavender pom pom corsage, Mrs. Topf's dress was waltz- length, of mint-green rayon brocade with a taffeta cummerbund. Her smaller cascade bouquet was of lavender pom poms. One hundred twenty • five guests were entertained at noon in the Driftwood Room of the Burke Motor Inn. The bride's colors of lavender and green were used in dee- orating the room The couple will take a week's trip to southern states, the bride wearing a cocoa - brown linen sheath dress. After Sept. 28 they will be at home near Odebolt. where Mr. Lansink is engaged in farming He is a I'.tSfi graduate of Ida Grove High School. Mrs. Lansink. who is a 1957 graduate of Ar-We-Va Community School, has been employed in Carroll as a dental nurse for Dr. Harold E. Duer for the past two years. Mrs. Blink Is Bridge Hostess Friday Afternoon EMPLOYEES ENTERTAINED <Tltnt'N Hrrultl NIMS Nrrslci'l MANNING — Employees of the Manning Egg Co., with their husbands and wives, were entertained at dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs Howard Randolph in Guthrie Center Thursday evening. Approximately 80 were in attendance. Entertainment for the group followed dinner. A Modern Hobby s smartest handwork! 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You probably come in contact with at least one such person every day a friend, someone you work with, perhaps e\en a member of your own family. This person desperately needs something that you, and you flfo/i*', can give— your understanding. Here's how you can give it. First, you should know these facts, Serious mental problems are quite widespread today, They arc not rare. And they aio nut hopeless! In most cases, they respond well to modern medical treatment. Second, you should show the person with such a problem that you know these tacts show it in the considerate yet natural way you act towards him. As you do this—as you give your understanding to those with serious problems— learn to understand yourself, too! Learn how to keep your own emotional tensions from making life unhappy lor you—and for those around you. For your free copy of this booklet, write: Box 2500, New York 1, N.Y. Published as a public ser\ice in cooperation with The Ad\eriising Council and the Newspaper Ad\erii.\inn l-.sciutnes Axwautian. < Time* Hrrnlil Xc«» Srrslrr) LAKE VIEW - Mrs. H .1 Rlink entertained the Lake View Bridge club at 2 o'clock at the Frozen Friday afternoon. Mrs. Karl Staab and Mrs. John A. Drilling were guests. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Don Nelson and Mrs. Floyd Parkinson. i The Jacobsen family reunion at Speaker Park Sunday drew relatives from Lake City. Albert City. Sac City. Nemaha an.I Lake View. Mrs Raymond lleehtner entertained the l^ueen of Clubs at her home Friday. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Hal Schroeder and Mrs Jack Tarpy. Mr and Mrs George Frehse entertained a group of relatives from Clinton Monday Mrs L. A Warwick accompanied Mr and Mrs. Art Philips and son of Sac City to the R A. Morris home at Jefferson Sunday. Mrs Warwick remained to visit for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tjaden were hosts to a barbecue at their home Saturday evening Guests were Mr and Mrs John Irwin. Mr and Mrs. John Chambers. N o r I o I k. Va ; Janet Tjaden. Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Don Long, Sac City; Dean Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Kirby Leighter. A family picnic was held at the Point Sunday honoring the birthday of E. M. Westering of Wall Lake. Marilyn Heath and Rex Raine of Ft. Dodge and Marilyn's parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Heath of Manson, attended the Jacobson family picnic Sunday and called in the J N. Raine home. Mr. and Mrs. Byron took their daughter, Janice, to Denver Saturday, where she has enrolled in the Denver Woman's 1 College. Monica Wagner accompanied them. One hundred seven members of the Peters family attended the Peters reunion and picnic at Speaker Park Sunday. Members from Sac City, Alta, Denison. Breda. Auburn, Ulmer and Lake View attended. Bill Redenbaugh accompanied Dr. C. D. Gibson and Paul McCorkle of Sac City to Glenrock, Wyo., Monday for a three-day antelope hunting trip. Mr and Mrs. Raymond liuiscn- ga and Mrs. Duane Huisenga of Colorado Springs came Saturday for Duane Huisenga, who had visited here for three weeks. They were guests of Mrs. Stella Flink All returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Lille called Sunday afternoon on the C. L. Iversons at Milford. Mrs. Edna Wilson of D e n v e r came over the weekend to spend some time with her brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kettering and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kettering. She had also visited her son at Cherokee. HAIRUM-SCARUM . . . Vaguely resembling the ehopped-off hat of a Buckingham Pnlacc guard, this new Parisian chnpeau is startling enough to stand anybody's hair on end. Breda Students To Go Colleges and Universities f Times llrrulil VIHK Srr\ icr I BREDA — Several Breda young people have left for various colleges and universities. Charles Seheltler hits enrolled as a freshman at the Catholic I'lmersity. Washington. DC His lather, Cyril Schettler, took him there. Kenneth Wernimont left Friday for Denver, where he will attend Denver I'niversity Don Schaefer. Paul Fee, Tom Dermody. Lou Oswald, Dale Tlielen. Gerald Van Erdewyk and Larry Wilberdun; have none to Omaha to attend Creighton t'ni- versity. Returning to Morningide College. Sioux City, were Jay Wand and Kenneth Goecke. Linda Brinker will attend St Mary's College. Omaha. Ethel Nieland has cone to Mount Angel, Ore, to attend Mt. Aimel College. Mrs. George Van Camp d;.lighter Kristy ol Sioux City visiting .it the home of Dr. Mis. T II Van Camp The infant son ol Mr and Mrs. Mehin Nieland was baptized Timothy Joe at St Bernard's Church Monday Sponsors were Verle Tic- fenlhaler and Mrs. Delmar Brun- mg. Henry Walters. Ashton. and Barney Walters. Sioux City, spent several days at the Barney Osterholt home. The men are cousins of Mrs Os'erholt Mr and Mrs Charles Sche'.le. Mrs Wayne Schelle. Judy and Jane visited recently at tin 1 Henry Schelle home at Reliance. S D. Mr and Mrs Hay Tiefenthalor. daughters Linda and Betty, were guests Sunday at the l!ath wedding anniversary celeluation ol Mr and Mrs John Bnins ol Fonda Mr limits is a brother ol .Mrs. Ticlen- thaler. Mi and Mi- Norman Ludwig. Steve and Ann and Mvrna Kosier were guests Sunday at Ihe lioinaiue Ludwig home a! Potaliontus Norman Ludwig and Miss Rosier were sponsors at the baptism of ol the l.udwig's infant son. Hubert Anthony, who was baptized at Sacred Heart ( liun h 4 Recordings Spread Gospel to Illiterate Areas By RAY SHAW NEW YORK iAP)-Rccordings played on tiny, toy-like phonographs are the newest method of spreading the Gospel to high illiteracy areas of the world. For $1,50 a Congo tribesman, a Nigerian or an Indian in Mexico speaking a Mayan dialect can buy the phonograph—and six records tolling in his own tongue the life of Jesus. The American Bible Society, which in its I lU-year history has distributed millions of Bibles, believes the program is an answer to need for some means to project Christianity to nonreaders. in the last year the program has reached 12 foreign countries and several Indian tribes in this country. About 10,000 recordings have been distributed, most of them to native preachers. The Bible society hopes to have 100 dialects on record in three years. The finger fono, made of plastic, costs less than SI to manufacture and weighs under a pound. It has no speaker system—a metal diaphragm crudely amplifies the sound A record is spun by hand with a small crank-like gadget atop the I unliable. "The phonograph is as simple as it can be," says Richard Crane, field recorder for Ihe project "A breakfast cereal even was offering .something similar as a premium not long ago." In a year Crane has traveled 40,000 miles by air and hundreds more on foot, horseback and in iuncle jitnevs to record the dialect. He was downed by malaria, had a neivous encounter with a bos- tile tribesman in Aftiea. came within hiilies of tumbling over a l.Ooa foot villi in Mexico. Next month he'll pack his HO pounds ol hatlcr>-powered recording equipment and be oil for the Philippines. Later lu hopes to go lo Thailand and Burma, and next year South America. Mrs. Crawford of Los Angeles Is a Visitor in Lake City and are and MTI Ire) Mrs Robert eles. Calif., is her mother, Ralph Sawyer, SA, Is Home on Leave iTImi's Hrrultl Nn\» 'vniri'i Al'Bl'RN — Ralph Sawyer, SA. arrived Monday Irom San Diego. Calif . for a leave in the home of his mother, Mrs. Pauline Van Seoy and family, after completing his boot training at San Diego. He reports back September 22 where he will enter a school for hospital Provost • eorpsmen Ralph is a lO.VJ graduate of the Auburn high school. Mrs. Anna O'Tool was a medical patient in the McCrary-Rost hospital at Lake City a lew days this week. Mrs Hulda Brinker is a patient in the McVay hospital at Lake Ciiy. riiim* iii-niiii LAKE CITY Craw lord. Los Aic visiting here with Mrs. Virginia Krahl. and her grandmother Mrs Walter Jacobs. Mr and Mrs William Letzktis I.im ip'.a. \el> . spent the weekend here with Mis l.el/.ku.s' parents, Mr and Mrs. 'Winlield Moulds Mrs. G'-orge Menler. Greeley, t'i.!o . arrived in Lake City Saturday and will w-it here with her son and doie litei -in-law . Mr and Mrs ILai> Mi-iter until sometime in November Eugene Jeitz received his honorable discharge from the I'.S. Air Force at Lincoln. Neb He is in Luke Citv visiting his parents. Ml and Mis .leiald Helm He plans io go soon lo Minneapolis to cuter Airlines school. Mr and Mrs Donald Erickson have reunited to their home in tiibsou Ciiv, 111, af'er spending several da\ s here will) their aunt, Mrs Nil!:.' Il-inlucks Mr. and Mr>. Ilelmer Sandburg. Tucson. Ariz, are visiting here with Mr Sandburg's sister. Mrs. Blanche Holler, and u brother-in- law and si-ter Mr, and Mrs. Harry Pell. Rockwell City. When a sw mi she us smart duck Ml wants to learn to ually tries to get some to teach her To be listed on the New York 1 Stock Exchange, a company must have earning power ot over one million dollars annually; must have tangible assets of over eight million dollars; and must have at least 400.000 common shares outstanding i v There's No Guessing] A When You Choose .J eepsake MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. 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