Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 22, 1959 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1959
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Bridal Shower for Vera M. Wittry Sunday Afternoon Complimenting Vera Mae Wittry, September 26 bride-elect of Eugene Derner. a miscellaneous shower was given Sunday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Bock, Mrs. Louis Wittry, Mrs. Lawrence Vonnahme and Mareia Wittry. Games were played and prizes awarded to Miss Wittry, Mrs. Paul Venner, Mrs. John Wittry and Mrs. Merle Wolterman. Lunch was served. Other guests included Miss Wittry's mother, Mrs. Andrew Wittry, Mrs. Ralph Kanne, Mrs. Dale Wittry, Mrs. Pat Nieland, Mrs. Leo Buelt, Mrs. Alois Vonnahme. Mrs. Joe ML Tegels, Mrs. Jerry Hannasch, Mrs. Lawrence J. Wittry, Mrs. Roy Wolterman, Mrs. Anna W o 11 e rman, Mrs. Lawr c n c e Schmitz, Mrs. Robert Glass, Del Rae Vonnahme, Karen Wolterman, Maxine Sigwalt, Alma Derner, JoAnn Osterholt, and Bernice Wolterman. The wedding will take place at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Cmirch. Mt. Carmel. Mr. and Mrs. William S. Far- ncr returned Monday from Iowa City where they took their daughter Sally to enter the State University of Iowa as a member of the freshmen class. Mr. and Mrs. Farner and Sally went to Iowa City from Des Moines where Mr. Farner attended a convention of the Iowa Association of Tobacco Distributors. They were joined at the Drakc-lowa State football game in Des Moines Saturday night by Sam, Cy and Steve Farner. Smorgasbord. Methodist Church, Sept. 23. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Adults, SI.50; Children, 75 cents. adv. Mrs. J. R. Neumayer, Compton, Calif., arrived in Carroll Thursday to visit her mother, Mrs. Helen : Poeppe. Before coming to Carroll i she had spent a week in Kansas .City, Kan., visiting her brother-in- I law and sister. Dr. and Mrs. A. J. 1 Rcttenmaier and family. Sunday ' she accompanied Mr. and Mrs. ' George N. Poeppe to their home at Webb; and she also plans to visit at the Albert Poeppe and Erwin 1 Stork home at Emmetsburg. Presbyterian Rummage Sale. Sept. 25 and 26. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv. We are really sentimental about the flowers we arrange for weddings. It's the personal touch, the exacting attention to every detail, the careful planning and timing that will make your wedding the most beautiful memory of your life. Our years of experience will be W helpful. Whether it's a simple tJvJ^J^X ceremony or an elaborate formal wedding, you can count on us to take complete responsibility to carry out each detail to perfection. Park Gardens Distinctive Floral Service DIAL 4356 Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schumacher and sons Mike and Joe, Dodge Center, Minn, visited Mr. Schumacher's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Schumacher over the weekend. They came to take part in the wedding of Mrs. Paul Schumacher's sister. Mary King and Donald Culbertson at the Methodist Church in Coon Rapids Sunday afternoon Mrs. Schumacher was one of the attendants; Mr. Schumacher, an usher; and Mike was ring bearer. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harriott and children, Roberta and Howard, spent Sunday with Mr. Harriott's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Obid Barnes and family at Newell. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Robertson and son Chris attended the wedding of Mrs. Robertson's sister, Mary King and Donald Culbertson in Coon Rapids Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Robertson was one of her sister's attendants, and Chris, one of the ringbearers. The wedding took place at the First Metho d i s t Church. Presbyterian Rummage Sale, Sept. 25 and 26. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv. Time* Herald, Carroll, la, Tutsday, Sept. 22, 1959 Mr. and Mrs. John Juergcns are home from an 8-day Great Lakes cruise aboard the SS. South American from Detroit, Mich., to Montreal, Canada. They stopped at Stanwood on their way home to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Adair Spear and family Thursday night, and at West Union to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John J. Juergens and family Friday night, returning to Carroll Saturday. They were away two weeks. Smorgasbord, Methodist Church, Sept. 23, 5 to 7:30 p.m. Adults, | $1.50; Children, 75 cents. adv. Charles Neu left Tuesday morning for Harvard University, Cambridge, Mass., where he is studying for his doctor of philosophy degree. He was accompanied to the Omaha Airport by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Neu, and uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. T, J. Quinlen. He flew from Omaha to Chicago where he will visit for two days before proceeding to Cambridge. Smorgasbord, Methodist Church, Sept. 23. 5 to 7:30 p.m. Adults, $1.50; Children, 75 cents. adv. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American Van Linn, inc. MARINERS TO MEET (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The Mariners of the Presbyterian Church will meet Thursday evening, Sept. 24. Helen Pratt will give the lesson "The Sunday School from the Secretary's Point of View." Ivan and Betty Opperman will be in charge of entertainment. Ralph and Lorane McGrath, Gene and Jean Wiese are chefs. SKATING PARTY A skating party for Farm Bureau Young People and guests will be held in the Parkview rink at 7-30 p.m. Tuesday. Prospective new members are invited. On four-fifths of the land in the Nile Valley, three crops a year can be harvested. The corn and cotton yield is equal to that of the U.S. PENNEYlS ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! There's piles of fashion news in Penney s new Winter coats for your girls! Soft warm, Orlon(r) and rayon pile linings in white, colors, prints! Classic styling, flared backs, princess lines, so smart for little girls! See them in popular fabrics, wanted colors today at Penney's! The prices will warm your heart! Checked scarf coat. Wool, ^ nylon and cashmere. Red, blue. 7 to 14. | 4 95 SHOP PENNEY''ll Rve better, you'll save! Calendar Tuesday— St. Lawrence Home and School Club, 7 p.m. potluck, School hall Spela Kort Club, Mrs. William 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.R. Central District Meeting, Burke Motor Inn, 9 a.m. Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 Potluck, Mrs. W. L. McConkie 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— Hi-Lo Club Newcomers Club Coffee, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nugent Adams DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple 4th District Northwest Presbytori- a I, 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 Friday— Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Everett Rogers Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild, Methodist Church, 7:45 p.m. Past Grand Regents, Templeton, Mrs. Rafael Knobbe DeBelles, Mrs. Dick Happe MCC Club, Mrs. August Dierks Monday Bridge Club, Mrs. Louis H. Anderson, Burke Motor Inn i Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Al Gute I Round Table, Burke Motor Inn Girl Scout District Named 'Black Hawk' Black Hawk District was the name selected for the area in which | Carroll is located at a district | meeting of the Lakota Girl Scout: Council Monday night in the community hall at Lake City. Representing the Carroll Girl Scout Neighborhood Associat i o n were Mrs. Ray Wilkens, chairman, and Mrs. Ralph Peters, vice chairman. Mrs. Peters was appointed to serve as the new Black Hawk District secretary. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Marion Gordon of Lake City, district chairman. Representatives were present from Lake View, Lohrville, Lake City and Carroll. Discuss ions centered around teaching girls to become good Scouts and keeping leaders interested in their work. Each neighborhood association was asked to send delegates to a meeting in Fort Dodge, October 26. jjj ! Miss Winnike Is Hostess to Les Amies Club Thelma Winnike was hostess to members of Les Aimes Club at her home Monday evening. Two tables of bridge were played. Winner of first prize was Dorothy Schmidt. Second prize was awarded to Mrs. James Meehan. Miss Winnike served lunch at the card tables at the close of the evening. Teresa Brandl will be the next hostess on Tuesday evening, Oct. 6. 25th Anniversary Celebrated Sunday Relatives gathered in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schettler Sunday night to help celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary which was Sept. 18. A social evening included cards, games and visiting. Lunch, brought by the group, was served. Participants included Mrs. Ag ncs Stork, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gross, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Schet tier, Norbert Stork and Gary, Mr and Mrs. H. W. Grote, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schettler, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schapman, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schettler, Mr. and Mrs. Er win Stork, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schettler, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Kraus, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schettler and son and the honored couple's children at home — Marvin, John, Norman, Leo and Elaine. t FOUR GENERATIONS . . . Mrs. Helen Poeppe, Carroll, (scaled) is the center of the four generation group shown above. Standing back of her is her oldest son, George N. Poeppe, Webb; al left, his oldest daughter, Mrs. Rudy Meyers, Carroll; and at right, Mrs. Meyers oldest daughter, Marilyn Meyers. Mrs. Poeppe's 88th birthday was observed Sunday. At noon Mr. and Mrs. George Poeppe were hosts to a group of 21 at dinner at Pauline's Cafe. A large birthday cake made by Mrs. Meyers centered the table. The afternoon was spent at Mrs. Poeppe's home. Mrs. Poeppe received gifts; and a buffet lunch was served later in the day. Present were the Rev. M. C. Wendl, Granville; Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Rettcnmaicr, Kansas City, Kan.; Mrs. J. R. Neumayer, Compton, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. George N. Poeppe; Mr. and Mrs. Albert Poeppe and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Stork, Emmetsburg; Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Poeppe, Norbert Stork and son Gary; Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Meyers and children Marilyn, Raymond, Carolyn and Jean Marie. Carroll Group Attends 30th Anniversary Party A group of relatives from Carroll drove to Manson Sunday afternoon in celebration of the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Reicks. The anniversary date is S,ept. 24. After an afternoon of visiting and playing cards, the visitors served lunch and presented Mr. and Mrs. Reicks with a purse. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Huber, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Miehaus, Mr. and Mrs. William Reicks, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Loneman, Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Reicks, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reicks, Mr and Mrs. Ray Reicks, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wille, Mr. anil Mrs. Gene Nieland, Mr. and Mrs. Art Reicks and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bell, all of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spieker, Petersburg, Neb., and the honored couple's children: Mr. and Mrs. Bob Sell, Mr. and Mrs. Don Habben and Ken and Myrna Reicks, all of Manson. Farewell Dinner For Beals Family Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Beals and family gathered at the City Hall in Glidden Sunday for a farewell dinner. The Beals family is leaving Glidden soon. After dinner, the time was spent visiting, and a purse was given to the Beals. Attending were Mrs. Beals' mother, Mrs. Ross, Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. Charles J. Butler and Jena, Mr. and Mrs. Max A. Butler. Baxter; Mr. and Mrs. John P. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Walker and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Walker and children, Paton; Mr. and Mrs. Hobson T. Bowles, Panora; Mrs. Dale J. Sailer and children, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Possehn and children, Mrs. Elsie Byerly, Glidden; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Pischel. Carroll. Farm Bureau Women Told of 4 Work Areas Farewell Party Given at Dedham For Mrs. Stangl (Times llnrnld New* Service) DEDHAM A no-hostess fare- Four areas of work for the com-| from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Monday. ing year were outlined at a District Four workshop of Farm Bureau women in Cronk's Cafe at Denison Card Party at Dedham Sunday Attended By 103 well party was given by a 'group of her neighbors for Mrs. Clayton Stangl, who will be moving- next week to Deadwood. S.D. The women presented Mrs. Stangl with a going-away gift. Attending the party were Mrs. Alver Stangl, Mrs. Harry Stangl, Mrs. Mart Kanne, Mrs. John Werner Jr., Mrs. Harry Christensen, Mrs. Louis Klocke and Rose Axman. (Times Herald News Service) Attending from Carroll County were Mrs. Mearl Pottroff of Jasper township, chairman of the (County Farm Bureau Women's - . wi • L.L. Committee; Mrs. Henry Huegcr- friendly INeignDOr ich, Grunt township, vice chair- i man; Mrs. Merle Heuton, Mrs. Vernon McDonald and Mrs. Monroe Bates, Glidden township; Mrs. Otto Grundmeler, Arcadia town- Club Has Meeting (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING — Eleven members i , . , „ , „ , | of the Friendly Neighbor Club met DEDHAM - One hundred three .ship: and Bob Grifhth, county, with Dpanie wi(trot , k for thcir persons attended the card party farm Bureau iielclman. (September meeting Following the at St. Joseph's Hall Sunday eve- The meeting was conducted by f| ag pledge, Hilda Petersen led ning. The party was sponsored by Mrs. Orville Best of Sac City, Dis-lgpoup siting of "John .Brown's the September Circle of St. Jo-< trict Four committee w o m a n. j noc j y •• Amelia Lamp presented a seph's Guild. J County workshop dates were set at; "Mvsterv Box," which was guessed At pinochle, Mrs. Edward Kloc- i the morning session. Carroll Coun- \ ^ y Florence Karslen. Mrs. Karsten ty's workshop will take place in j was in charge of the "Penny a Vis- the Farm Bureau building from 10; i t> p enny a Ca H" D0X1 . 3 wnicn - ~ to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 6., xvere brought to the -meeting. She ke was awarded the high score prize, and Mrs. Alois Irlbeck, low. Ed Soppe received high score prize a.m. The world's oldest university is Al Azhar University in Cairo. It was founded in 972. Board Hears Therapist Report The speech and hearing program in county schools this year was discussed by John B. Lamphere, new county speech therapist, at the September meeting of the county board of education Monday night in the office of County Supt. B. G. Halverson. Mr. Lamphere reported on speech and hearing tests conducted'last week in Carroll and Glidden-Ralston schools and this week in the Coon Rapids school, with more tests scheduled this week and next at the Manning school. He also presented plans for remedial work to go into effect after the tests have been analyzed. at euchre, and Harold Leiting, Dinner will be served at noon at low. The door prize was received Pauline*s Cafe. by Ed Klocke. Areas of program, discussed at „ „„ The hostess committee served j gmip meetings in the afternoon, j bands at Pauline's Cafe in Carroll lunch. Chairmen for the event. wer e Understanding Farm Bu-' at a future date Ila Grimm thank- also reported on information she had gathered for the club women who will be hostesses to their hus- were Mrs. John Wcitl and Delbert Von Bon Mrs. .< : <•; '• i '. I i H ' o ;' A i i v , Wool & Cashmere 3995 Size* 10-14 Luxuriously beautiful! Latest styling. Colors: Grey, camel, bamboo. Milium lined Wrap coats, the latest in style and comfort! SHOP PENNEY'S . . . yovll live better, you'll MV*I J.A.B Club Meets Monday at Mrs. Walden's J.A.B. Club members and one guest, Mrs. Don Stanzyk, were entertained by Mrs. B. H. Walden at her home Monday evening. She gave a gift to Mrs. Stanzyk. At bridge, Mrs. Harold Kunze was winner of first prize: Mrs. Russell Wunschel, second; and Mrs. Nugent Adams, traveling. Dessert and coffee were served before the games. Mrs. Wunschel will entertain the club Monday evening, Oct. 5. reau, Trends in Agriculture, Citi- { eu officers for their help during zenship and Civil and Defense her term of office, and turned the Mobilization. Among sub-topics in meeting over to the new president, these areas were policy develop- Hilda Ovcrgaard, who presented ment, commodity promotion, legal. the new program and named new problems, reapportionment educa-j committees, tion, political party participation, { The October meeting, a Hallo- study of county government, first ween masquerade, will be at the aid and atomic survival. Will Honor Church School Instructors COON RAPIDS — As an emphasis of Christian Education Week, church school teachers at First Methodist Church and Star, Coon Rapids, will be consecrated next Sunday morning. The service at Star is at 9:30 a.m. and at Coon Rapids, 10:45 a.m. Church school superintendents are Delmar Johnson, Coon Rapids, and Myron Bundt, Star. The religious education program is supervised by the commission on education of each church: John J. Schumacher Jr. and Mrs. Don Williams, respectively. On Thursday evening, Oct. 1, Coon Rapids teachers and their families will be guests at the see- Both churches will serve break-1 °nd Family Night of the fall ached- fast and lunch to 500 National | A musical program will opon the program, with recognition of the teachers and assistant teachers and a religious education week presentation will be made. Members and friends are invited to attend at 6:45 p.m. Churches to Serve Meals to Iowa Guardsmen COON RAPIDS — The Metho-! dist and Christian churches here are capitalizing on Nikita Khrushchev's visit to this Carroll County community Wednesday Guardsmen who have been assigned here as part of the Russian leader's security force. Each will serve 250 of the men. Lunches will be put up in sacks. The churches will also serve lunches to the public at four different sites in town. One of the leaders here said Tuesday morning, ''Coon Rapids is beginning to look like an army camp." He said that in addition to the Guard units, there will be a large force of Highway patrolmen. Twenty-one patrolmen were in Coon Rapids Monday. Two helicopters landed in the area. One Show Only . At 8:00 P. M. Give it a new, Modern setting... Selected from ^ ^ our custom stock... \w mounted right \ inourstore^ A. mm A wide range or new designs to enhance any stone. Reasonably priced. LOEHR and SHRIVER JEWELERS 107 W. Sth Now thru Thurs • JAMES STEWART LEE REMICK BEN GAZZARA ARTHUR O'CONNELL EVE ARDEN KATHRYN GRANT Please Note - Due to the Length of This Picture ... One Show Only Starts 8:00 P. M. home of Eldora Hagge. Florence Karsten presented a "Ding-Dong School" program with prizes to Amanda Lamp and Ella Fledderman. Lunch was served by the hostess. MAKE fRIENDS When the hostess' telephone is used to make long distance calls, the guest should ascertain the charge and pay the hostess immediately. Ends Tuesday ... 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