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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, September 21, 1959
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Class of 1944, Viola Township, Has a Reunion Members of the Class of 1944, Viola Consolidated School. Viola i „,,„.,, , , m 11- u u c j Prise 1 a Alden chapter, Daugh Township, held a reunion Sunday | , m of the Amerjcan Revolution. Is at the Southsido Park in Carroll, j changing its usual meeting day to In attendance were Mr. " and Friday during this 1959 - 1960 year. Mr. Hob.,, Met (W| , w-ta .jS-5* l^t 8 ™iS and family, Willey; Mr. and Mrs. j homes Heretofore the meeting had Cnnttiiufion Week /c ! T '^.VW 4 ;Honor Society v>Oii5i 11 ui iv/ii vv cci\ is g>««wg ^j ^gpi|!Holds Meeting Noted By The D.A.R. ' Delmar Johnson (Arlene and son; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Stenstrom (Thelma Coulter) and Philadelphia, with 11 colonies represented by 44 delegates, with more coming later, the paper explained. "Many resolutions were proposed .. . and enough were adopted to unite the Colonies to cast down Scott) !been arranged for a Saturday noon the gauntlet of defiance to Great luncheon. 'Britain," Miss Graham read, and Special occasions will be ob- \ continued, "Sessions of the Con- family; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Slay- served with a luncheon. This gress were held at various times baugh (Donna Mozena) and fam- 1 change was agreed at a coffee ! an( j j n various places, until 1788. ily: and Ted Coulter, all of Coon meeting Saturday morning at Lucy Rapids: Winter's home. She was assisted Wilda Scott; Mr. and Mrs Char- by Edith Graham and Mrs. F. A. les Griffith and family; Mrs. Rob Lerdall. Programs for the new Layland (Wilma Rattenborc.) and year were •distributed by Mrs. Lerson; Mrs. August Owens 'Elaine dall. chairman, who explained Hansen) and daughters: Mr. and them. Mrs. Virgil Lauridsen and family, j * * * all of Audubon; Mr and Mrs.' Observing National Constitution Richard H. Owens and familv and week, chapter members heard a . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Younc and paper by Miss Graham, who used "™?_° P ?™' IV . C ,.'_ . J. ai _\. llt _ com ' family, Gray; Mr and .Mrs Char- ... . - * les Smouse and family. Srranton: and Mr. and Mrs Marvin Sea- government of Massachusetts ad strom (Riroda Dawson i and lam- dressed a circular letter to all the ily. Carroll. Colonies, inviting a plan of opera- ... . lion for the defense "of all. Miss , l ^ f at y,ng states: citizens pa- Graham said Delegates from Massachusetts, Connecticut and New York met in New York City in May, 1690 to plan a campaign against Canada. Eigh- l\-tour years later. Sept. 5, 1774, the first Continental Congress assembled in Carpenters' Hall in when the Constitution was adopt ed." Her article explained the numerous meetings, agreements and disagreements which went into forming this document, and the final ratification of the individual states. By June 2, 1788. nine states had ratified the Constitution, and it De­ mented that the new government » i i n « icon fV ,o d'd not actually function until ncazmo As far back as 1690, the .,„ , . ,_„,. „• . .... .. i ... March 4. 1.89. Formal ratification was July 4. 1788. with imposing ceremonies. Ten ships represented One member of the c!as<. Norma Nelson Slater, 33, of Des Moines, died Sept. hi She had gla^in«Mo^aUejid^ Ends Tuesday ... MURPHY ORU e .niT ROIANO Am) THE I INNOCENT] CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE WED. & THURS. BUCK NIGHT HUNTZ Boweiy Boys Calendar Tuesday— St Lawrence Home and School raded impersonating events such• as "Indpendence." "French Alii-' ance." "The New Era." and so: forth. About 5,000 were in (lie pro-' cession that day in Philadelphia, j Often violence marked individual; ratification of the states, she said, i "Our forefathers were men who. I had learned to scent tyranny in ev- 1 cry breeze; they had known it, firsthand." Rhode Island finally ratified May 29, 1790, and the 13! colonies became the United States i of America. I The conclusion of Article VII of the Constitution was signed Sept ENGAGED . . . Mr. and Mrs. Harm Dlekmnnn, Scranlon, announce the engagement of their daughter, Knthryn Ann, of Glidden, to Richard Paul Pratt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Pratt, Gliddcn. A March wedding is planned. Miss Dickmatm, a grud- uatc of Scrnnton High School, is a bookkeeper at the Glidden Coop. Creamery. Her fiance is a graduate of Glidden High School and Iowa State College. After completing two years In the army, he is now farming near Glidden. (Finn Studio Photo) Club. 7 p m potluck. School hall 1 17, 1787, and signed by George , 30 Couples Attend Spela Kort Club, Mrs. William j Washington, president and deputy p Qrro | | Dance Club from Virginia, and the other depu- j ties. * * * Presiding at the business meet ing was the Daughters' president at Denison Cafe Members of Alpha Delta Chap tcr of Delta Kappa Gamma, honor society for teachers, held their first luncheon meeting of the new school year at Watje's cafe at Denison Saturday afternoon. Denison members were hostesses. Attend 1 n g from Carroll County were Mrs. Colette Bock, Mrs. Edward Reardon and Enid Copeland of Carroll; Irene Whelan of Glidden; Verna Karstens, chapter president. Mrs. Grace Andreasen and Mrs. Margaret Ohde of Manning. Mrs. Reardon was appointed acting recording secretary of Alpha Delta Chapter and the appointment of Miss Copeland as state publicity chairman was announced. Miss Karstens conducted the meeting and Anna Marie Schneller of Denison, program chairman, led the singing of DGK songs with Rachel Thomas of Manilla accompanying. The program was- given by Miss Schneller, a teacher of history at Denison. and Alice Watje, librarian in the Denison school, who showed slides of thei" trip to Canade and Europe last summer. Pictures included the cathedral at Montreal, Queen's School at Chester, England, Oxford University, Winchester Cathedral, Westminster Abbey, the Tower of London, Kew Gardens, the Old Curiosity Shop, the churchyard where Gray's elegy was written, the Avon River, I peat bogs of Ireland, a meal mar| ket in Dublin, and the power plant on Loch Lomond in Scotland. Glidden members will be hostesses at the next meeting which will be held October 17. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd A. Liatti Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Wittrock Mr. and Mrs. Galen Schwery MARRIED . . . Sept. 12 nt St. Mary's Catholic Church, Auburn, were Kathleen Mary Wcrnimont and Lloyd A. Liatti. The bride is a daughter of Jonh F. Wernimont of Auburn. The couple's home Is at 12428 Euclid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald M. Wittrock were married Sept. 12 at St. John's Church, Arcadia. Their paivnts arc Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lampman, Manning, and Mrs. Frances Wittrock, Route 3, Carroll. They are living in Arcadia. Sept. 12 was the wedding date of Mr. and Mrs. Galen Schwcry. Mrs. Schwery is the former Betty Lou Nielnnd. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nielnnd. Wall Lake. Mr. Schwery is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Schwery, Vail. They are living on a farm north of Vail. (Paige and Paige Photos) mum cuxms MM IIIIUI — CO-HIT — ION E TEXAN I WALARO PARKER • AUDREY DALTON Last Buck Nite of The Season ... Load Up The Car! Ope" 7:00 P- M. : - STARTS FRIDAY- I "Hercules" " Mighty Saga of The World's " Mightiest Man! Stickrod Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Clem Determan P.F.F. Club, Mrs. L. C. Dreesen DC Club. Burke Motor Inn, 12:30 p.m.. Mrs. W. R. Lee Little Flower Study Club, No-hostess dinner, Brown Derby D A.I!. Central District Meeting, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 Potluck, Mrs. W. L. McConkie Beta Epsilon Chapter, Bculah Osborne at Byron Provost home, Lake View VFW Kensington, Veronica Thiel- cke, Lidderdale T.O.B. Club, Mrs. F. A. Stamp New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman St. Lawrence Home and School Club, 7 p.m. potluck, School hall Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Thursday— Hi-Lo Club Newcomers Club Coffee, 8 p.m., Mrs Nugent Adams DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple 4th District Northwest Presbyteri- a 1, Glidden Presbyterian Church. 9 a.m. A B. Club, Mrs. E. W. Van Meter I and O Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Loew Friday— Rebekah Lodge, lOOF Hall Thirty couples attended the Carroll Dance Club at Elks Hull in Carroll Sunday evening. Prenuptial Event For Miss Bromert Mary Kaye Bromert of Boone, formerly of Carroll, who is to be- Mrs Rnhort "vu-nn^nn <;ho urc<i>H 1 In c,1J ""E p of arrangements were come the bride of Jerry Tigges on i m 1 n^n. „ IH ! memll,,| ' s fl ' om Jefferson: Mr. and September 26. was honored at aland dancing, after which Unci 3 is ekan S o 'i, nln Mrs ' « ,im Rced and Mr a,ui Mrs -' coflee given by Mrs. Don Wallace. was served by the guests. L n ih7iS liw sho an Don Knapper. co-chairmen; Mr. 0 f Churdan and Carolyn and Mary Attending were Mr. and Mrs ana in me uniica states, atie an-, • ..... u„u i..„ •>« i , ,„. ,, ,, . ... n«»,,^ ».i„ — A m .... n.... Housewarming Saturday Night for Archie Rickes Personals Harry Buswell of Chicago was ;i Mcmoers or the A.F.L. Pinochle' visi,or at thc 1101110 of his « rmld Club gave a surprise housewarm-' " 10tlicr - Mrs - Dolll ° Sawyer. Satin­ ing party Saturday evening for c ' a - v 1Ie was accompanied by his Shower Honors Louise Bowler, Sept. Bride-Elect Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ricke at parents Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bus their new home in Carroll. Thc evening was spent visiting h . ,, . . f i and Mrs. Bob McConkie, Mr mho"*. m° .2PP° intmC l ,t ° f . Mrs ; Mrs. Leonard Wilcox, and Richard Meridith as chaplain of the chapter, to take the place of Mrs. William Mulry. who resigned to move to Keokuk. and Jane Tigges of Carroll at the Al- 1 Don Wieland Mr Mr. and Mrs Paul and Mrs. Harold Anderson. , Thc next dance will be Oct. 18, when co-chairmen will be Mr. and phonse Tigges farm home near j Wieland, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bern Carroll Sunday evening. holtz, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kasper Prize winners at traveling bingo !^ iU,er and daughter Mary Pat, and University of Iowa in Iowa City J J- Sapp received a door prize. A group of former neighbors gave a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon complimenting Louise Bowler. Sept. 2b' bride- elect of James Koenig of Halbur. Bridal games were played during the afternoon The gift table featured a huge bruie dull and pur- adv. pl t and white streamers. Miss Bowler was assisted in opening her Neoma Hagge left Monday to g'fts by Mary .lane Kerwin and resume her studies at the State Mrs. Arthur J. Gretoman. Mrs. well, of Churdan. Smorgasbord, Methodist Church Sept 23. '•> to 7 lid p m. Adults $1.50, Children, To cents. The chapter voted renewal of Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mr. and Mrs. subscriptions to the magazine for Clarence Spaen. both thc Glidden and Carroll pub- 1 lie libraries. Mrs. Glenn Weeks reported receiving more authentic Family Dinner for ! articles for thc historic log cabin GuestS from Mexico m Graham park. Mrs. Robert A. Wright, chair- Mr and Mrs Larry Berning en- were Miss Bromert, Mrs. John Meiners and Mrs. Andrew Schon. -\ plate prize was won by Mrs. Robert Halbur. Recipes and advice were written by the guests and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Masching. where she will be a senior this Lunch was served by a commit- The club's meetings will begin year. She was accompanied by her lee at tables decorated in Miss Oct. 10 at the home of Mi ' Mrs. Masching. and , parents, Mr. and Mrs. H a r r y Bowler's colors of purple Hagge. Miss llaggc has been em- white, and fall flowers, ployed during the summer vacation as a news writer at the Daily Times Herald. and presented to the guest o*f honor who ; Picnic at Boell also was presentee with a gift from Li----, c. the hostesses. Mome on bunday Lunch was served from a table a picnic dinner was held in thc man of arrangements for thc tertaincd at dinner in their home decorated with lighted candles of Floyd J. Boell home Sunday noon Daughters' district meeting Tues- Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. • American Beauty rose. Mrs. Ed-'in honor of their weekend guests day at the Burke Motor Inn. an- • Berning's brother-in-law and sis- ward Bromert of Boone, mother of Mr. and Mrs M. C Alsin of Shell 1 nounced that plans for the day- tor Mr and Mrs Daniel Morales the bride-elect, presided at the cot- Rock, who are moving to Florida Mrs. Marie Roue returned Sat- long sessions were well complet- ,lr and children Dannv. Charles, fee service. Guests were seated at j n October. urday from a week's vacation, (hired, and reviewed details. The day Patsv and Carol who are visiting three tables centered with garden; other guests were Mr. and Mrs ing which she took her two daugh- will begin with registrations and a here' from Mexico City. Mexico, flowers and decorated with crepe Lester Callaway and daughter tl ''s. Rosemarie and Phyltusanii Presbyterian Rummage Sale. Sept 25 and 26. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv * * * Included in the group of 30 were Miss Bowler's mother, Mrs. William F Bowler, Maywood. Calif., and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Leo Koenig. Halbur. The wedding will take place at St. Joseph's Church in Carroll. coffee at 9 o'clock, through the day. continuing included in the group were Mrs. paper in the bridal colors, Ameril Berning's and Mrs. Morales' par- 1 can Beauty and white. • ! cuts. Mr and Mrs Vitus Schech- 1 1/500 at Templeton inRer ' al1d David and Dick Benv Church Guild Supper ing. sons of the host and hostess. V. Stuart Perry Back from School F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Everett Rogers i sons TEMPLETON - The annual; SENIOR AT VITERBO , y s , l|art pc|Ty rcturned to Car , chicken supper sponsored by Sa- DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Wil- ro u Saturday afternoon after at- cred Heart Guild Sunday evening, liam Dopheide returned from La-, tending an appraisal school at was attended by a record-breaking Crosse, Wis., whore they took j 0W a State University, Ames, all crowd of more than 1,500 per- their daughter. Joan, back to Vi-, 0 f i as t W eek. The American So- Wana; Mr. and Mrs. William Fritz to LaCrosse. Wis . where both Boell and daughters Charlenc, attend Viterbo college. Rosemarie : Beverly and Karon: Mr. and Mrs is a senior, and her sister, a fresh-' Roland Heuton and sons Randy man. Mrs. Renze stayed with them | and Timmie, and Bculah Calla- at the hall until Monday. She also way. Grouse Safety Record Keeps Rate For Insurance Low visited for two day* at Mason City I with her mother, Mrs. Otto Liud-! strum, and two days at Arnolds Park with her sister, Mrs. Floyd Longman. i Smorgasbord, Methodist Church, Sept. 23. ."> to 7 30 p m. Adults, $1 50; Children. 75 cents. adv. One Show Only .. . At 8:00 P. M. ft ft ft -A ft ftT &s#r$perfr ? ft>ft ft toft ft ft ft -a mm ^ A HOWARD PATRICE m t KEEL MUNSEL special guests LOUIS KEELY PRIMA SMITH ROBERT CUMMINGS •.. HOST proudly presented by UNITED STATES BREWERS FOUNOAT1QN Dinner Honors 2 Men In Choir for 25 Years terbo College for her senior year. Cl( , tv 0 f Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers holds training schools for members in various Presbyterian Rummage Sale. Sept. 25 and 2(i. Arts Bldg For pick up dial 2785. adv. "We have one of the lowest insurance costs of any trucking company in the stale because of our parts of the country each year , ow accic j en t rate," Paul Crouse. : ... „ in£C rvxurmu ami and this year at Ames a class of , )ros i c i ent 0 f Crouse Cartage Com- day from Scottsdale. Ariz , wher nearly 30 attended. In addition to pnnv Carroll, told drivers and he had accompanied his daughter representatives from eight mid- cmp ioy e es at a monthly safety Barbara Hinze, who will teach i: western states there were three - Now thru Thurs , meeting in the Burke Motor men from Florida and one from i Saturday. Texas. j -\\i c Duy $500,000 worth of pro- Conducting the school in addi- \ tection al a cosl of S j x . te „th.s of tion to members of the staff at a do i lar of the gross Carl Winnike and Joe Goffinet, 1 two guests of honor for their 25 who have been members of the years of service, thanking other 1 e.^;';^" Z cr TFv<>7 I ^ 01 U ^ Rr ,° SS ™'* m * SS. Peter and Paul Choir for 25 • choir members and encouraging S '?lv p"™ 0 '? * i vile Kv I ^ Cr ? U , SC ^ In companson ' years, were honored at an anni- them to continue Ronald Reicks. e l . " i > tevens °«- Lou 'tV ^. S the c ? st 10 0ther c ° m , pames , a lZ versa y dinner given for the choir retiring president of the choir, ex- J 'f / a *™ k : r ^ Z uckv and' a f° S fr ° m ^ ^ ^ ° aCh $1 by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Crete- tended congratulations on behalf P' al Land B « lk f. & on p" cn S Hdn( 3 of «.™ ss revenue man Sunday night in the cafeteria of choir members Other speakers [ennessee; Charles H. Everett o w Cox. Kansas Cty, a of SS. Peter and Paul School. were the Rev. Edmond Adams. ;\ mos - io ™?$ u ?l\ C Ul^lTJd ^ tW * , \ Dinne tables, arranged in a thc Rev Louis Kollasch and Miss Doane Agricultural Service, and surancc Exchange, was a guest at square formation, were decorated Louise Florencourt, choir director, . Stateup. Storm Lake, secre- the sa foty meetuvg. * ' " " Mr. Cox showed Crouse employ- miests 1 """ """'"sn" ""•-> "«»«» ; ees films on "Backing Into Trou- bra and the numerals "25" in sil- of honor for their "faithful serv- ! V™ [ ** rs .- AU of ,hese ™™*™M-\b\c" and "Danger at the Cross Inn the Scottsdale flew to Omaha, roll by bus. in High School. He returning to Cur- Smorgasbord, Methodist Church, Sept. 23. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Adults. $1 30, Children. 75 cents. adv. square lormation. were decorated Louise riorencourt, choir director. " ,"" k "t" , in a silver anniversary motif with who reviewed events of the past lary of tno American Society of, silver candles in crystal candela- 25 years and thanked the guests. Far . m Mana sers and Rural Ap- Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman spent Friday with her daughter, Sarah, a freshman student at Simpson College, Indianola. ver The centerpiece at thc head ice table was a low arrangement of pastel flowers with a large musical staff, the beginning notes of a psalm tone, and the numerals "25". Linda Hugeback and Rosemary Balk were in charge of decorations. Msgr. Gretoman presided as credited rural appraisers for their respective states and have been Leven new members, introduc- leaders in advanced training of ed by Retiring President Hoicks, others subscribing to the Ameri- wcre Tom Renze, Merlin Keinart.; C an system of appraising real es- Richard Brincks, Gary Reicks, Su- j tate. san Hugeback. Janice Millenack- 1 M.^r ^nMfJT"' ? U, L r " ,e IT'' 4 BAPTIZED SUNDAY Mai> Duffy. Jean Siepker and Vu-, Crajg Micnae ,_ Laurie Ann and toastmasterpaving trlhute 'Vo the Kima Ueiue ' 1 Kirk David Zimmerman, children ••I • ' i i , I New olficcrs announced were of Mr. and Mrs. Don Zimmerman, Paul Fasbender, president; Allita were baptized at the Methodist Gchling. who was reelected vice Church Sunday morning. David president, and Lucy Meinhardt, Michael, son of Mr. and Mrs. secretary-treasurer. j George Crouse, was baptized at a Dinner was prepared and served family service Sunday afternoon. by the Rosary and Altar Society. Guests at the Zimmerman home Roads The safety engineer said his pri mary job is to patrol the highways Mrs. Leo Saul returned Friday night from a vacation trip of more than two weeks to Indiana and Kentucky, accompanied by her sister of New London. Among the with a radar equipped car and to jl 0,n s " f mores visited were he enforce safe driving He said he has authority to stop Kentucky State Fair at Louisville, My Old Kentucky Home" at JAMES STEWART LEE REMICK BEN GAZZARA ARTHUR O'CONNELL EVE ARDEN KATHRYN GRANT and relieve truck drivers who Bardstown. and Churchill Downs. I with y visited for five days at New 1 flagrantly break the law moving violations. Albany, Ind , with Mr. and Mrs. ' Alex Thorn. Mrs. Thorn is Mrs. Mahcr! Saul's niece. Starline Ballroom Tues., Sept. 22 TONY BRADLEY and His Orchestra Benefit: Dedham Legion YOU CAN NOW follow <By, Jiail $100 to $500 on your own Personal Signature All Details Handled by Mail "Completely Confidential" j Cash for bills clothes furniture—»I car or any worthwhile need. Cash You 12 mos. 24 mos. Get Payments Paymenti $100,00 $10.07 $ 5.93 $200.00 $20.03 $11.74 $300.00 $29.68 $17.20 $400.00 $39 13 $22.46 $50000 $48.46 $27.61 (Payments include all charges) for the baptism were Mrs. Zimmerman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Erie, and sister, Lynne, of Manson. Out-of-town visitors at thc Crouse home were M r s. Crouse's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkens of Fort Dodge, formerly of Carroll. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll - Phona 3521 Mr. and Mrs. Martin J took their son, John, to Iowa City \ Friday to enter the State Univer- j Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. sity of Iowa as a freshman. They E. W. Van Meter were Mrs. Van also visited Mrs. Maher's brother- 1 Meter's brother-in-law and sister, in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Marlow. and C. L. Gray, at Washington, return- \ her mother, Mrs. C. L. Shields, of ing to Carroll Saturday. ! Ames. Please Note - Due to the Length of This Picture ... One Show Only Starts 8:00 P. M. NORTHWEST FINANCE CO. (Licensed by the lowa Banking Dept.) For Confidential Service Phons CH 4-0305 or Writ* to . Mr - J°hn»—Manager S01 Locust St. Des Moines, lowa No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! ALLIED VAN UMlkM Courteous Convenient Carrier STAY WHERE YOU ARE! Tune TV from Across the Room RCA VICTOR TELEVISION with "Wireless Wizard" Remote Control and "One-Set" Electronic Fine Tuning As Low As Al7 Exch. Franchised Oealer for RCA Victor Black and Whit* or Color TV. SPORRER'S Dial 9513 RCA Victor Lexington. Deluxe loulmy uilli Uljjh KUlullty am|>U I'li-t. sU'in mid phono Uuhb. 262 sq. In picture. New Clurltv Control ,'1-spcnker Panoramic .Sound. 1'itbo Guard. "One-soC fine limine. Security Sealed Circuits. Mahogany, walnut or oak veneers, and seloctcd hardwoods. TV and APPLIANCES - Plenty of Free Parking — 9th & Salinger

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