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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 23, 1959
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Study Club Has No-Hostess Dinner at the Brown Derby Liltle Flower Study Club had its initial fall meeting as a no-hostess dinner at the Brown Derby Tuesday evening, meeting at the home of Mrs E J Kratoska afterward. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Edward Reardon. president, who welcomed Mrs. Faher Hood and Mrs. William Reicks as new members. The club has two other new members. Mrs. Donald Scovel and Mrs. Raymond J. Calecas, who were unable to be present because of previous com­ mittments. The year's program was previewed by Mrs. Joe Heider. club secretary. The remainder of the evening was spent informally At the club's next meeting. Oct 27. at Mrs Louis E. Anderson's home, there will be a guest speaker Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Fred Srhaefer, Mrs. V. I. McGrady and C. R. Thomas attended the friendship meeting of the Eastern Star chapter at Scranton Tuesday evening. The worthy grand matron and patron of Iowa were present at the meeting. Mrs. Richard Thornton. Glidden, a member of Signet Chapter, Carroll, took part in the Scranton meeting. I Florence Beverley. Waterloo, ar• rived Tuesday for a visit until Thursday with Mrs. Cora E. Guy. I I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews of Spencer are spending this week with Mrs. Andrews' mother, Mrs. 0. R. Andrews. Presbyterian Rummage Sale. Sept. 25 and 2fi. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. Orr. Des Moines, left Tuesday night after spending several days in Carroll at the homes of Mr and Mrs. ,loe Nagl and daughter Edna, and Mr. and Mrs LaVern Dominise. Mr. and Mrs. William D. Fish. Long Beach. Calif., were overnight visitors in Carroll Tuesday. Mrs. Fish is a sister of Mrs. Harry Miner, formerly of Carroll. They were en route to Waterloo to visit Mrs. Fish's sister. Mrs. Irma Gundlach. While in Carroll they called on Fannie Blondell. HILAND Guests of Fannie Blondell are her sister-in-law. Mrs. L. D. Blondell. and Mrs F. M. Cole, both of Caldwell. Idaho, who came Monday night Mrs. Cole is leaving Wednesday evening; and Mrs. Rlondell will be here until Sundav. TWIN-PACK BAG 74* MODERN WAY TO BUY POTATO CHIPS MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storagt — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for North American van Lines, ine. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peters have returned from a 10-dny trip during which they visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lesher. at Elkhart, Ind. From there they drove to Michigan and visited Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Baker. Mrs. Baker is Mrs. Peters' niece. Presbyterian Rummage Sale. Sept 25 and 2fi. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 27R5. adv. Broichs Feted At Two Parties Mr. and Mrs Ray Broich were honored at two parties in celebration of their 10th wedding anniversary which was Sunday. Friday evening their neighbors gave a party, and Sunday evening, a group of relatives gathered at the Broich home. At both parties the evening was spent playing cards and visiting; lunch was served by the visitors; and Mr. and Mrs. Broich were presented with a purse. Mary J. King Is Wed Sunday At Coon Rapids COON RAPIDS - Mary Jane King, Omaha, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe King, Coon Rapids, and Donald Boyd Culbertson of Omaha, were married Sunday afternoon at the First Methodist Church here. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. K. \V. Borden of Omaha. The Rev. Earl E. Josten performed the double ring ceremony at 2:30 p.m. Judy Grettenbcrg was organist for the wedding. She also accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Sam Cret' singer, who sang before and during the ceremony. The bride, wearing an all-white, chapel-length gown, was given in marriage by her father, and at| tended by her two sisters. Mrs. I Paul Schumacher, Dodge Center, j Minn., and Mrs. Donald J. Robert' son. Carroll. Her attendants wore ! rust taffeta dresses, cocktail; length. j Cliff Culbertson was his broth, er's best man; and groomsman I was Cleo Smith. Both are of Omaha. Mike Schumacher and Chris Robertson, the bride's nephews, were ring bearers. * * * A reception was held in Fellowship Hall of the church for 135 guests, after which the couple left for a week's vacation in Minnesota. They will be at home at 802 North 44th Street, Omaha, after Sept. 28. ! Mrs. Culbertson is a graduate ! of Coon Rapids High School, and a .June graduate of Nebraska Methodist Hospital. Omaha. She will be working for Dr. Richard Smith at Doctors Building in Omaha. After serving five years (Bill's Studio Phntn} Mr. and Mrs. Donald Culbertson as a steamfitter's apprentice, Mr. Culbertson is employed at John A. Anderson and Sons Company in Omaha. We Must Be Informed, Alert/ State Regent Tells The D.A.R. Don't pass up these , BARGAINS WORLD SERIES SPECIAL! Gillette Ad|ustable One-Piece Razor $1.95 Why Pay More? See your doctor for medical services. Let us save you money on prescriptions he gives you to be filled. —• 3 FREE An Extra Right Hand PLAYTEX GLOVE with a pair $1.39 fflsas Mennen BABY MAGIC CREAMY LOTION SUPER ANAHIST For relief from miseries of Colds, Hay Fever. Sinus | congestion. Nasal Spray 98c Cough Syrup 98c Throat Lozenges 89c Tablets, 20's 98c 60c TABLETS m HAY FIVE* ' RELIEF 98c - $1.69 $2.89 DRISTAN Nasal Mist $1.19 .mumttiUHiiiiHftitfitmttmuiiii. SEPTEMBER TIME IS PICTURE TIME ill US FOR 5K0DAK BEXEL-M High Potency Vitamin and Mineral Capsules $3.98 BEXEL Formula 21 Multiple Vltamini and Minerals 40's 100'* $1.98 $3.98 o 's $8.89 250'! $1.00 BOTTLE % DESERT FLOWERf HAND ^ & BODY f 1 /A 11 73 Hudnut ^ Creme Rinse ^ LOTION COMPLETE HOME PERMANENT NEW Miracle Mist Lilt With SpMtfBttk tat <2 °°plwtu Kessamin Tablets To Lot* Weight $2.98 .„„ $5.49 GERITOL IRON TONIC 12.01, $2.98 ANACIN TABLETS HEARING ADVANCE /^Improved Circuitry! /l^/Improved Design! ZENITH CRUSADER HEARING AID only M50 00 "Battery Siver' future |iv«s up to 40R Lonier Battery Lile. Tiny! liflitweigMI TjEMITtL Living Sound HEARING AIDS FREEI j» Come in or QUALITY TEST g| call today BUFFERIN ANTACID PAIN TABLITS 36 TABS. 59? •Hill iHiii fOK All iHiiS Oct set new for COLDS weather. Cheese an Electric VAPORIZER from our (arte steck PRICID FROM $39* —unmrttUtUflflaSBUHHlltimimw... P010UIS , _ DINTAL aJ 3 0 POULTICES r • riui 10% Federal licit* Te« en Tolletrl- 175 Parents Attend Dinner at St. Lawrence The St. Lawrence Home and School Organization opened the new year with a potjuck dinner attended by about 175 parents of St. j Lawrence School children Tuesday night in the school cafeteria. Dinner was served at 7 p.m. Priests of the parish present as guests of honor were the Very I Rev. Msgr. Edward V. Vollmer. ' the Rev. Robert Condon, and the Rev. Thomas Donahoe who is assisting at St. Lawrence in the absence of the Rev. Henry Weimer who left last night on a European trip. Msgr. Vollmer spoke on "The Roll of Parents in Christian Education." Mrs. Joe Schmitz, new president, introduced other new officers of the organization. They are Mrs. James Furey, vice president and program chairman; Mrs. R W. Collison, secretary; and Mrs. Julius Kanne, treasurer. She also introduced Sr. M. Elaine, principal of the school, who in turn presented other members of the faculty. Dinner was served by eighth grade mothers under the direction of Mrs. Elmer Schroeder, chairman, and Mrs. Sam Hyland, cochairman. The next meeting will be Tuesday evening, Oct. 27. Mrs. G. S. Thomas was flown to Joliet, 111.. Wednesday morning, called by the illness of her sister, Margaret Lee (PICTURE Page 14) "Never was there a time in our history when the devotion to the objectives of the D.A.R, are more important than today," Mrs. Alfred C. Zweck of Sioux City, state regent of the Iowa Daughters of the American Revolution told members who were in district meeting here Tuesday. "We must become informed. We should never be so complacent but that we are alert, because many things creep up and are not plain in our view as to what they are," she elaborated, and explained: "If we get down and investigate, sometimes there is something we did not perceive or understand when the idea or 'cause' was first presented " * * * Women representing the Daughters chapters of the central district met for their fall day-long session at the Burke Motor Inn. beginning with registration and a coffee hour at 9 o'clock, and continuing through the day. Chapters in this district are from Ames, Boone, Cedar Falls. Eldora. Ft. Podge, two at Grinnell, Hampton. Inwa Falls, two at Marshalltown. Newton, Nevada, Waterloo and Webster City, as well as Carroll. The chapter at Jefferson also sent four representatives. On hand were all 12 members of the slate bn;ird. besides Mrs. Zweck; Mrs. Sherman B. Watson, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. E. L. McMi-1 chael, Shenandoah; Mrs. Harry A. Warner, Davenport; Mrs Hadley G. Shafer, Lake Park; Mrs. J. C. demons. New Providence; Mrs. William E. Burd, Cedar Rapids; Mrs. August Young. Council Bluffs: Mrs. F. P. Ralston. Knoxville; and Mrs. Andrew H. Barnes. Oskaloosa. * * * The morning session was called to order by Mrs. Gaylord Stewart ol Marshalltown. district director. The processional opened this event, with Mrs. John Morrison Calendar Wednesday— Toastmistress Club. Burke Motor Inn St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Thursday- Christian Fellowship Society, St. Paul Lutheran Church, 8 pm. H1-L0 Club Newcomers Club Coffee, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nugent Adams DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple 41 h District Northwest Presbyteri- a I. Glidden Presbyterian Church, 9 a.m. A.B. Club, Mrs. E. W. Win Meter I and O Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Loew Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Wednesday, Sept. 23, 1959 ft} and Mrs. Wilbur Gordon of Glidden serving as color bearers and Mrs. H. C. Schogren. organist. Mrs. McMichael, chaplain, performed the invocation, and the Fledge of Allegiance was led by Mrs. Arthur Minnich Sr. The group joined in singing the National Anthem. Welcomes were presented by H. C. Schogren, president of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce, and Mrs. Robert Sorenson, regent of the hostess Priscilla Aldcn chapter of Carroll. Mrs. \A 0 y d ENDS THURSDAY . . "Anatomy of a Murder" One Show Only Starts 8:00 P. M. Fri. Cr Saturday "In The> Or««l He-Man Wayne) Tradition Pat Wayne la Sensational!' t'.. ™" ~ • 1 nmmwm prtlt-ti TSEYOWG ffl* w JJ «en*» must TECHNICOLOR* *VO«.M Of*** OA* WAYNE-CRAIG HOPPER O'HERLIHY « K*tte a u tw« an row a* curt •OMC ramift gruta -T~ MtUM SHAKNON HALl C;.o«iusi 'AUtTON r «not 1 $ c . hf«n "JUS* 1? Midnight Show Friday "Cry Terror" It's a Master of Suspense! Starring JAMES MASON Larson of Marshalltown responoV ed. Visiting also were two honorary state regents, Mrs. Sam Clay of Des Moines and Mrs. Owens of Marshalltown. Mrs. Robert Bowman is secretary of the district. Reports of the state committee chairmen followed* Among other reports, announcements were made that the theme for this year is "Faith of Our Fathers." The D.A.R. . . . . , ^Sce Page 14^ THRU THURSDAY. . . "Lone Texan" PLUS "Fightin' Trouble" BUCK NITE CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Fri-Sat-Sun • JOSEPH E LEVlNE pro«.nU FabmioMioni • IvoGarrani • ArturoDominict Mimmo Palmara • Lidia Alfonsi • Gma Rovert cct'iot, PI E TRO rr» »sr: :,c 1 0:. c <»f 'iM -a ,L»'u iwt.iinmi. Warner Bros ffi Open at 7:00 P. M. REGULAR ADMISSION PRICEI *i WARM EASY CARE PLAYWEAR TO MAKE MOTHERS JOB EASY 1. GIRLS' KNIT POLO SHIRTS Long-sleeve shirts are soft and cozy 2-ply combed cotton. Cross-over and vee necklines. Colors and solids. Washable. Sizes: 3, 4, 5, 6, 6X. $1.98 With Short Puff Sleeve »1.S» 2. 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Sizes: 3, 4, 5, 6,7, 8. $1.98 8, CORDUROY ZIPPER SLACKS with slash pockets, cuffs, elastic backs. Washable. Sizes-. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8. Solid colors: $2.98 Stripes and patterns: $3 .29 WATERS 5th St. Dept. Store IKLI ItNNAICH

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