Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 22, 1959 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 22, 1959
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Don Seaton Is Advanced At Simpson Dr. William E. Kerstetter, president of Simpson College at Indianola, announced Tuesday the appointment of Daniel G. Seaton, formerly of Carroll, as director of admissions. As director, Mr. Seaton will have contact with all new students expecting to enroll at the college, will handle all inquiries for admission to the college, and plan programs for contacting high school graduating seniors. Mr. Seaton will succeed Joseph W. Walt. Mr. Walt has requested his return to full-time teaching duties for 1959-60 as assistant professor of history and political science at the college. Mr. Seaton became a counselor in the admissions office in 1956. He did his college work at Simpson from 1927-1931. Mr. and Mrs. Seaton, both natives of Malvern, la., reside at 807 West Boston, Indianola. They have three sons, Soviet Readers Told Nikita Remark a 'Joke By GUSTAV SVENSSON MOSCOW (AP)-Sovlet readers were told today that Premier Nikita Khrushchev was joking in his remark that he had been "under house arrest" in the United States. Alexei Adzhubei, who is Khrushchev's son-in-law and editor of the government newspaper Izvestia, said Khrushchev made the remark jokingly after he returned to his train from a whistlestop conversation with "plain Americans." "For the first time in six days of house arrest I went out freely and breathed American air," Ad­ zhubei quoted his father-in-law as Dan, Lanny and Robert. Lanny en rolled at Simpson this fall as a second semester freshman. Other counselors in the admissions office include A. Bruce Schroer and David Schoonover. IS NO "LUXURY" IT'S OUR DAILY OBLIGATION SHARP PHONE 4301 CARROLL, IOWA Timts Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Sapt. 22, 1959 saying. "It is good that they did not put me under arrest again." In a signed article in Izvestia, Adzhubei complained that Khrushchev "rarely has the opportunity to talk with plain Americans." "He is all the time en route," the editor said. "Not only every one of his hours but every minute is booked." The article gave the impression that Khrushchev feels he is the victim of a campaign to prevent him from meeting ordinary Americans. Adzhubei, who is married to the Soviet leader's daughter Rada, went out of his way stressing that the average American likes Khrushchev better than is publicly admitted. Adzhubei quoted letters and cables of support for Khrushchev including one from writer Upton Sinclair saying "your disarmament proposal is the greatest political action of our time." Pravda and Izvestia devoted roughly three of their four pages to the Khrushchev visit, publishing his speeches in Hollywood and Los Angeles. Commenting today on Walter Reuther's account of talks between Khrushchev and American labor leaders, radio Moscow said it "appears that reactionary elements in the U.S.A. are resorting to evil distortion." United Auto Workers president, Reuther, said after the Sunday night meeting that the Soviet leader had become extremely angry at questions posed to him by the labor men. The talks at the dinner lasted three hours and "became acrimonious," said Radio Moscow. 43 Members Of Chamber 'Buy' Bonds Forty-three places of business and professional members of the Chamber of Commerce have "bought" bands to help finance the third annual Western Iowa Band Festival. The Carroll Medical Center has assumed sole sponsorship of the Bayard High School Band; Carroll County State Bank, the Irwin High School Band; and Manning Creamery Company, the Manning High School Band. Other bands have been divided among several sponsors. They are: Alta High School — Tony's Restaurant, Iowa Electric Light and Power Co.. Farner-Bocken Co.; and Hannasch Super Valu Market; Bat- tic Creek High School — Rettenmaier Drug Store. Sundermann Brothers, DcLuxe Cleaners, and Tryon Nursing Homes; \ Jamaica High School — Lee Stores, J. A. Dougherty, Earl May Seed Co., Harris Music Co, and Carroll Machine and Welding Co.; j Lake City Junior High Band — Northwestern Bell Telephone Co., KC1M, Hi-Way Cafe, and HR Cleaners; Lake City Senior High — Crouse Cartage Co., Iowa Public Service Co., and J C. Penney Co. Lytton High School — Masonic Lodge, Main Ice Cream Parlor, Carroll Daily Times Herald, and Carroll Bowling Lanes; Manilla High School — Dr. R B. Morrison, St. Anthony Hospital, Thompson' Cleaners, The Vogue, and Dolezal Insurance; Maplcton High School — Carroll Auto Salvage. L. A. Smith Co., Greteman Insurance. Lehman Drug Store, United Savings and j Loan. Pomcroy High School —; Loehr and Shriver, Carroll Air- • port, C'oast-to-Coast Store; Wcg- ner's Piano House; and Pauline's. Cafe. Cedar Falls Man Charged in Car Death WATERLOO <AP) - Dawson Clark Jr., 27, of Cedar Falls, has been charged with manslaughter in connection with the traffic death of Reinhard Bascler, 75, of Waterloo, last Friday night. Baseler was struck and killed as he walked along Highway 218 west of here. Clark was charged in Municipal Court Monday. Police say he has admitted he was the driver of the car that struck Baseler. Clark and a companion, Larry Schuler, 19. of Waterloo, were arrested Saturday Schuler was charged with being an accessory to manslaughter. Mrs. Caldwell Is Injured in Fall Mrs. N. J. Caldwell is up and 'walking again after suffering a fall Wednesday at Iowa Methodist 'Younkersi Hospital, Des Moines. She broke her right arm in the fall, Mr. Caldwell reported. He went to Des Moines Thursday and returned to Carroll Monday HONOR CARROLL AIRMAN . . . Airman First Class Harvoy A. Hugeback of Carroll, was honored this week as the "Outstanding Airman" of the 15th Air Force ' Headquarters for the period of 1 January-June, 1959. Lt. Gen. ! Archie J. Old, Jr., loth AF com- ! mandcr, presents him with an Three from Halbur Are College Frosh (Tlinns Herald \e»i SerUrO HALBUR — Kathleen Pottebnum began her freshman year at Mary (rest College, Davenport, and Lyle Pottebaum, Marquette University, Madison, Wis. They are daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. William Pottebaum. Kathleen Koenig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Koenig, began her freshman year at St. Mary's College, Omaha. Beginning their freshman year at Kuemper High School are the following: Nancy Bennier, Carol Buelt. Diane Eischeid, Gary Eischeid, Diane Koenig. Jerome Muhl- Imaor, Karon Naberhaus. Carol Ricsberg, Helen Testroet, and Kenneth Vogl inscribed desk set during special awards ceremonies. Born in Carroll, Airman Hugeback graduated from Carroll High School in 1955. He enlisted in the Air Force in October of 1955 and was assigned to March AFB, near Riverside, Calif., immediately after completing basic training. He is working in the statistical services division of the 4306th Support Squadron at March. His parents, .Mr. and Mrs. Matt Hugeback, reside at 209 East 2nd St. in Carroll. Airman Hugeback has also been awarded the Good Conduct Medal. (U. S. Air Force Photo) BEIRL SUPPLY STORE Watt of Graan Bay Lbr. Far Carefree, Glamorous Floors and Walls at Lowest Prices Armstrong Linoleum ft 98c Armstrong Vinyl Accolon^.$1.59 FORMICA Lovely Formica for Sink Tops, Cabinat Tops, Dressing Tabias P.r C »q. ft. 75« Armstrong Exaeaten Floor Tila Only 14c 9xf Inch Tilt New Lovely Italiano Marble Like, Plastic Wall Tila Sq. Ft. 49c Plastic Wall Tila in Stock 16 Beautiful Colors 29c-39c % 4 Admiral SEPTEMBER SALE Deluxe Refrigerators Full width freezer chest and drawer. 2 ice cube trays, big wide crisper, safety door handle, extra egg, butter and cheese storage. 11 cu. ft. SI 79.95 with trade Big 9 Cu. Ft. 49 ?5 SPORRER'S Trade 13 cu. ft. $199.95 with trade TV AND APPLIANCES 9th and Salinger Opening Ivanlngs Until * (Except Sunday) Conni Colum toy (^o*0&e^c\/~]$LP~~*~ "DONUT" DOGS Cut hot-does crosswise (almost through) at half- inch intervals. Fry in inch hot fat till lightly browned. (Watch them curl to donut shapes!) Place each on toasted, buttered, hamburger bun. Garnish with a generous Tbsp. heated sauerkraut, 1 tsp. salad dressing, Vi tsp. prepared mustard. Top with other bun half. COZY IDEA Crushed and crumpled! That's how Winter blankets look after being stored all Summer. Freshen them in your gas dryer. Preheat it; set at lowest heat. Fluff (one blanket at a time) about five minutes. Note: It's not the weight, but the fluffiness of a blanket that makes it snug and cozy. That's why it's so important to toss them in your gas dryer before using. P.S. You'll find gas dryers at your Iowa Electric Light & Power Company or gas appliance dealer. STREUSEL-COFFEE CAKI TUB TRICK Put Baby's lotion in a plastic bottle. When it's tub-time, the bottle will make a nice toy, and the lotion will be a comfortablt temperature to apply! FIVI MINUTIS OF MAGIC Need to "sour" milk in a hurry? Add a Tbsp. of lemon juice, grapefruit juice or vinegar to one cup of whole milk. Allow to stand five minutes. NATURAL QUEEN You're much more than "just a housewife"! You're a clever executive, managing your modern home to save time, work and money. An all-gas kitchen lets you manage it even more efficiently! Modern gas appliances take the "work" out of housework, make you queen of your kitchen. Your dependable pipeline supplier, Northern Natural Gas Company, lets you reign 365 days a year. They pipe natural gas to your Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, who pipes it into your home every day! SKID-PHOOF BOARD Does your pastry board move and slide when you're kneading dough on it? Glue rubber jar rings to bottom corners. Board stays put... you stay happy! CAUTIONI After oiling your sewing machine, stitch through an ink blotter several times. The blotter, not the material, will absorb the excess oil! A big thank-you to Miss Elfriede Schilke, Manilla, Iowa, for sharing her old-time favorite German recipe: Soften J package yeast, compressed or dry, in l / 4 cup lukewarm water. Scald 1 cup milk. To milk, add >/ 4 cup sugar, 1 tsp. salt, V2 cup shortening. Cool mixture to lukewarm. Stir in / cup flour and beat well. Add softened yeast mixture, 2 eggs, % tsp. vanilla extract and an additional 2Vi cups flour. Mix thoroughly. Cover and allow to rise until doubled (about 1 hour). Spread the thick batter in 2 well-greased 8 x 8 x 2-inch pans or two 9-inch round pans. Brush tops with milk and sprinkle with Streusel topping: Cream 2 Tbsp. butter, 2 Tbsp. shortening, ft cup sugar, ] / 4 tsp. salt and {<> tsp. vanilla extract together. Stir in / egg yolk. Cut in 1 cup sifted flour. Bake in moderate oven (375 degrees) for 30 minutes. c •© Northern Natural Gai Company, Omaha, Nebraska- Two Chances to Win a Princess Pam Sweater This Week at Ellerbroek's ANY HIGH SCHOOL OR JUNIOR HIGH GIRL IN THE CARROLL AREA IS ELIGIBLE TO GUESS! NO OBLIGATION! NOTHING TO BUY! Just Guess the Score of the Carroll Home Games You Have a Good Chance to Win! From the land of Lollobridgida comes a dramatic new kind of knit in bulky 100% wool, designed with the classic willowy look so wonderful on American figures. Bateau neck. In brilliant Mediterranean colors. Sizes 32 to 40. LAST FRIDAY'S WINNER KATIE HENNESSEY MANILLA HIGH STUDENT! $10 .98 Dozens of Lovely Princess Pam Sweaters for Your Fall Sweater Wardrobe This is a sweater year. So many soft, warm and lovely sweaters to choose from by Princess Pam . . . Fall's newest colors to wear everywhere. Softer than soft Australian wool and mohair in newest fall shades. GUESS BOTH GAMES ONE FRIDAY - ONE SATURDAY CUP THESE COUPONS 1 CARROLL HIGH VS. HARLAN HIGH I Here is my Guess of the Score to win the free PRINCESS PAM SWEATER: ^ I ........ . HARLAN | CARROLL ....... I MY NAME L Ellerbroek's of Carroll ADDRESS PHONE (Clip aiul fill in, drop in box at Ellerbroek's before 5 p. m. Friday) KUEMPER HIGH VS. MANNING HIGH Here is my Guess of the Score to win the free PRINCESS PAM SWEATER: KUEMPER ... MANNING . .............................. MY NAME „ ADDRESS PHONE _ (Clip and fill in, drop in box at Ellerbroek's before 5 p. m. Saturday) J •

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