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September 24, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Personal Paragraphs Trcsbylcrinn RummaRc Snlc. Sept. 25 and 2fi. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv. Mr. and Mrs. George Bruns Jr., Rockford, III., left for their home Thursday morning after visiting since Monday at the Richard Bruns home. The men arc brothers. They also visited Mr. Bruns' father. George Bruns Sr.. at the Tryon Nursing Home, and his sister, Martha. Frcsbytcrian Rummage Sale. Sept. 25 and 26. Arts Bldg. For pick up dial 2785. adv. L. E. Swcnny has returned from Richardson, Texas, where he visited his son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs William C. Blackwcll and son Scott. Mr. Sweany made the trip by air both ways from the Des Moines Airport. He was accompanied to Richardson by Mrs. Sweany who will remain there for a longer visit. IN HOSPITAL; Mrs. Hugo Grtindmeier was admitted to St. Anthony Hospital Wednesday night for x - rays and observation. WEEK-END SPECIALS BOYS' PARKAS J98 Fine quality wash and wear parkas. Long wearing cotton cords in Charcoal or Copper. Detachable hoods . . . knit turn-down collar. Sizes 8 to 16 — -1 BOYS' BOMBER JACKETS Here is a warm jacket for those cooler days . . . elastic waist and self collar. Wool and rayon quilted linings. Blue or Charcoal Sizes 6 to 16 $3.98 BOYS' WOOL SURCOATS Warm quilt lined coats in good looking tweeds and fleeces. Here is a warm and good looking coat at a real low price! Tans and Greys Sizes 10 to 16 $9.98 u—-~ — Bridge, Dancing Lessons Set For The Country Club Series of bridge lessons and dancing lessons will begin at the Carroll Country Club in October. Bridge lessons, which will not be restricted to Country Club members only, are scheduled to begin Thursday evening, Oct. 1, from 8 to 10 p.m. Instructor will be Mrs. Mim Klaus, Jefferson, a pupil of Charles Gorcn. Ten weekly lessons will be given, at a cost of $10 per person for the series. Dancing lessons will begin Sunday evening, Oct. 4, for Country Club members only. Mr. and Mrs. Lee, of the Lee Dance Studio, Fort Dodge, will be instructors. Classes for beginners will be from 7:30 to 8.30 p.m., and advanced classes from 9 to 10 p.m. The series will include ten weekly lessons. Cost per couple will be $25. Persons interested in either the bridge or dancing series wTho have not already been contacted are asked to call Mrs. Robert H. Matt. St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Finishes Quilts Eighteen members of the St. Lawrence Sewing Circle met in the church meeting room Wednesday afternoon. The women tied and finished two quilts and one baby quilt. They also put one quilt in the frames to be quilted. Mrs. Rose Neppel served lunch to the group. The next meeting will be Wednesday afternoon, Oct. 7. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American Van Lines, inc. 4 Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Sept. 24, 1959 Calendar Thursday- Christian Fellowship Society. St. Paul Lutheran Church, 8 p.m. Hi-Lo Club Newcomers Club Coffee, 8 p.m., Mrs. Nugent Adams DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple 4th District Northwest Presbytcri- a 1, G1 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 Pomptae Somatco, Mrs. Al Gute Round Table, Burke Motor Inn Wednesday— Zone Rally, Lutheran Women's Missionary League, Lake City H. G. Club. Mrs. T. J. Kerwin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs, Lillian Reinhart Wa-Tan-Ye Club, J. C. Schwarzenbach Home Mrs. W. R. Lee Entertains Club |at Burke Tuesday The DC Club met Tuesday afternoon for the first time this season for a 12:30 luncheon at the Burke Motor Inn. Mrs. W. R. Lee was table hostess. After luncheon, four rubbers of contract bridge were played. High score was held by Mrs. E. N. Neu and second high by Mrs. E. J. Kratoska. Mrs. M. J. Kelly will be table hostess at the club's next bridge luncheon at the Burke Oct. 6. Carol Clow, Clayton Roller Exchange Vows (Time* UoriiM New* Service) LAKE CITY - Carol Clow, Lake City, and Clayton Roller, Yetter, were married Saturday, Sept. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at Woodlawn Christian Church here, the Rev. Howord D. Prather reading the double ring service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clow, Lake City. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Martha Roller, Yetter, and the late John Roller. Candlelighters were Verna Roller, Yetter, and Jeanne Woody, Lake City. Larry Temple, Cherokee, sang, accompanied by Carol Clarkin, who also played a prelude and the wedding marches. Attending the bride as maid of honor was Karen Clow, Marshalltown. Mrs. Larry Temple, Cherokee, and Mrs. Harry Clow, Lake City, were bridesmaids. Louis Reaman, Yetter, was best man; and groomsmen, Ray Dean Garnatz, Yetter, and Harry Clow, Lake City. Ushers were Dan Campbell and Melvin Moulds. A reception for 150 guests was held in the church following the ceremony, after which the couple left on a short trip. Mr. and Mrs. Roller are both' graduates of Lake City High i School. They will live in Lake City, where Mrs. Roller is employed as a secretary by the Johnston Realty Company and Mr. Roller by the State Highway Commission. TRANSPLANTED EMPLOYEES ... of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Exchange In Carroll were about ready to call the Garst farm home by the time the big day rolled around. For the better part of two weeks they have been busy installing special circuits. Giving the lines a final check are from left, Bill Hutchins, Ted Gamm, Jack Sanford and Duve Morrow, seated, all of Carroll. They are shown here in a moving van utilized for temporary headquarters. PRENGER' FURNITURE THRIFT DAYS FURNITURE Come in! Compare! You'll know our THRIFT DAYS SALE prices are lower! That's because we cooperated with more than 2300 Better Living Stores to buy in vast carload quantities. We saved! YOU'LL SAVE on every item in this ad—PLUS HUNDRED MORE—throughout our store. Some quantities limited—so come in today for your share of the savings! SAVE! World's Most Comfortable RECL1NER 79 95 Man-Size, Even for Big 6 Footers! + First Time Ever a Chair So Comfortable! Not the ordinary recliner you've seen advertised elsewhere—this is a big, beautiful chair loaded with extra- comfort features. Kidney roll. Quilted plastic back. Full coil spring seat. Comfort curved arms. A tremendous value in 100% nylon Frieze and super-duty supported back plastic. Available in your choice of solid colors or harmonizing color combinations. T~ I 1 I I TTTTTTTTTT 1 l"P" 6-PIECE SOFA BED OUTFIT Everything you need for a modern, beautifully furnished double-duty room. YOU GET • Modern Sofa Bed • Swivel Rocker • 2 Step Tables • 2 TaWe Lamps s 159 1 t A •, Beautifully styled sofa in modern tapestry converts quickly ' into bed for two—matching swivel rocker—BOTH in your 'jjr^-' • " choice of colors. You also get walnut finished, plastic topped / tables and a pair of modern table lamps. ALL 6-PIECES AT ONE LOWER THRIFT DAYS SALE PRICE! THREE FLOORS OF FURNITURE BARGAINS DURING THRIFT DAYS FURNITURE IS EASY TO OWN WITH PRENGER'S PAYMENT PLAN Nina Looks Over Corn With a Knowing Eye By FRANCES LEWINE • I one of Iowa's big seed corn grow- COON RAPIDS. Iowa <A!M — ers, Toastmistresses Have a Debate on Highway Signs "Should we allow signs on our new highways?" was the topic for debate at the regular meeting of Carroll Toastmistrcss Club Wednesday evening. On the affirmative side were Mrs. R. M. Moehn and Ethel Forrest, while Mrs. William J. Schleisman and Mrs. Edna Collins took a negative stand. Debate judges were Mrs. L. R. Chapman. Mrs. J. J. Meyers and Mrs. Anna B. Harrington. The Club met at the Methodist Church for the smorgashord dinner at B:30 p.m.. after which they adjourned to the lounge of the Commercial Savings Bank for their meeting. Table topics were handled by Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran. Those taking part were Mrs. Joe Heider, Mrs. Schleisman, Mrs. J. H. Herweg, Mrs. Chapman and Mrs. Harrington. Topics were on "Advantages of Co-Education." "Teen- Age Driving," "Chivalry" and "The Sincerity of Khrushchev's Visit." Mrs. Chapman gave the lesson o n parliamentary procedure. Grammarian was Mrs. M. L. Collison. Mrs. Herweg was general evaluator of the evening. Mrs. Heidcr received the key, given for the best response to table topics. * * * An invitation from the Wahkon- was with a knowing eye. That's the word from her hos- Three Hostesses Give a Shower for Vera Mae Wittry Vera Mae Wittry was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Tuesday by three hostesses, Joyce Schirck, Jolene Wernimont and Marie Wittry. Miss Wittry was presented with a corsage by her hostesses. Court whist was played, with prizes, r . L , ., . . .. awarded to Ann Buchmann. Mary I ™e first fall meeting of the Grote. Jolene Wernimont and Miss Spe.a Kor Club was held at Mrs Wittry. The hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Khrushchev understands When Nina Khrushchev looked [ f»e techniques involved in grow- • sa cklb Fort Dodge, to attend a over Iowa's corn Wednesday it j '"S hybrid seed corn. j joint meeting Nov. 12, was read; Gray-haired Mrs. Khrushchev' and the Carroll group will accept, turned aside invitations to take Plans were completed for t h e tess, Mrs. Roswell Garst, who I a look at a Coon Rapids elemen- 1 council meeting at Fort Dodge said Mrs. Khrushchev "knows a i tary school and stuck with her j Sunday, Oct. 4. Carroll Toastmis- Sovict Premier husband to trudge, tresses will present one of the workshops. great deal about agriculture." What's more, added the wife of ' lfhrou 8 h , the bl ?<* soil of several 1 farmyards and fields. Mrs. Stickrod Has Spela Kort's Opening Meeting Mrs. Joe Schirck, served a plate lunch. Guests in addition to the above included Mrs. Andrew Wittry, Mrs. Howard Bock, Edna Ludwig, Marlene Schulte and Connie, Darlenc Wiederin. Lois Houlihan, Maxine Meshek, Verna Boes, Ruth Ann Gute, Marilyn Pudenz, Marilyn Wilberding, Dorothy Wernim o n t William Stickrod's home Wednesday evening. The high contract bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. James Kanne. Mrs. Paul Snyder received second high; and Mrs. Robert Quinn kept the traveling prize. After the games, Mrs. Stickrod The club's next dinner meeting She had to put up with a crush ' will be Oct. 14 at the Burke Motor of newsmen and photographers inn. that at times shut off her view. | She and her husband were separated completely in the mob scene. In a black suit an wearing open, sling-back white shoes, she pushed her way through to peer over a gray fence at a special herd of Charolais bulls that Khrushchev was inspecting. "She didn't have enough time to settle down and have a good T.O.B. Club Starts Its Series At Mrs. Stamp's T.O.B. Club members started their fall scries with a dessert- bridge at the home of Mrs. F. A. Stamp Tuesday afternoon. Dessert was served at the card tables, which were centered with served dessert and coffee at the j "any time for serious, comforta card tables. Fall flowers were j ble discussion. " used in decorating. | Mrs. Garst. gray-haired too look," Mrs. Garst, lamented, nor j garden roses in bud vases. Mrs. Clem Rehkcr and M r s. W. E. Bates, who were guests, won first and second bridge Mrs. Ed Murphy will be club j wearing eye glasses and a green prizes, and Mrs. John Slammeyer. and Rebecca Sally Reiman. Pat j hostess on Tuesday evening,! a nd white print dress for the fa Morenz. Sandy Mem, Margar e 1 1 - • • . Oct. 6 Mary Baumhover and Maxine Sigwalt. Miss Wittry will marry Eugene Derner Sept. 2fi at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel. Mrs. Dreesen Is P.F.F. Hostess for Bridge Tuesday Mrs. L. C. Dreesen was hostess to members of the P.F.F. Club at her home Tuesday evening. This was the club's first meeting of the season. Lunch was served in the dining room. A bouquet of garden flowers centered the table. At auction bridge, Mrs. L. L. Akin received high score, and Mrs. Al A. Osten second high and traveling prizes. Mrs. Osten will entertain the club on Wednesday evening, Oct. 7. Legal Notices Mrs. Andy Krapfl will be the next hostess Tuesday afternoon, NOTIfK OF AIM'OINTMKNT or I:\KCITOK STATK OF IOWA. CARROLL COl'NTY, ss. No 7TS ,"i NOT1CK IS IIKRK.BY UIVK.N, that the undersigned has been dul> appointed and qualified as rxerutor of the estate of Catherine Vens deceased, late of Carroll County. All persons indebted to said estate arc requested to make Immediate payment: and those having claims against the same will present them, duly authenticated, to (he undersigned for allowance, and file In Carroll V.F.W. Has Kensington New Deal Club Meets at Home ^ t °& (thc Clerk '" ,hc DIS ":of Mrs. Loneman Harold Grundmeler. Executor Dated Septem Ralph M. Crane, Attorney ber 2:t. 1359 mous visit, was much annoyed by the working press. Mrs. Garst told photographers. 0ct ' 6 ' "I don't want my picture taken- get away from me." "Its very, very annoying." she said to Mrs Khrushchev, "and 1 [ would like to kick them in the | Members of the Carroll V.F.W. face, too." Her terrible-tempered Auxiliary and their husbands met husband actually had kicked a, for a kensington Tuesday evening at the home of Veronica Thieleke and her brother, William, at Lidderdale. The kensington was combined with a hotisewarming for-the Thielekcs; and Miss Thieleke was given a gift from the auxiliary. The women sewed carpet rags. The remainder of the evening newsman or two. Sept. 24; Oct. 1, 8, 1959 Alfred .1. Klocke V, le j £-i? istl ' u ' 1 Cuurl | Club began their OF IN THK DISTRICT COVIIT IOWA, IX AND VOll CAUUOl.I. COl'NTY NOTICE—I'llOOF OF WILL STATK Of IOWA, Can-oil Countv. ss. ORIGINAL To All Whom It Mav Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY C.lVEN. That an instrument In writing, puiport- iriK to be the last will and testament of B\ ron t;. Baker Deceased was" this day produced, opened and read by the undersigned, and that All members were present Tues-, , . , . dav afternoon as the New Deal I was s P. ent vls1ltin 8 a ' ld P 13 ^ , b, , n Club began their fall series of! S°' . a ^ cr «' nlch Mlss Thieleke bridge meetings at the home of i se £,, umcn Alfred J. Klocke Clerk District Court Bv Muriel Rutten, Deputy Sept. 21, Oct. 1, 8, 1959 St. Mary's Guild Meets at Willey A spiritual reading on "Benefits of the Gregorian Mass" was given by Mrs. August Jung and Mrs. Edward Brincks at the Tuesday evening meeting of St. Mary's Guild in the parish hall at Willey. D.C.C.W membership cards were distributed. Plans were made for several women to attend the D.C.C.W. convention in Sioux City Oct. 7. The "Globe" drive was partially completed, under chairmanship of Mrs. Donald Quandt. Mrs. William Zitzlsperger told about sending clothing overseas: and a further discussion was held concerning mission sewing. Chairmen for the evening were PRODUCEI Y, opened and read by Mrs. Norbert Bauer and Mrs. Ber-' the undersized, and that I have narrl T C.rpvinn IV^prt anrl rnf- fixed Tuesday the 131h day of Oe- nara J . uic \ing utsscit ana cot | tober 1959 9;00 o'clock a.m. at fee were served. Several games, me courthouse in can-oil, lowa, as were played; and Mrs. William : th«<{«y f«''houring proof in relation Kennebeck won a guessing gamel 1 WITNESS my official signature, prize. A draw prize was awarded ! wjth the sea^ of said Court hereto to Mrs. Paul Quandt. About 55 members were present. The guild's next meeting will be in the parish hall Oct. 27. Mrs. Clarence Loneman. Mrs. Donald O'Herron was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. Fred Ortner, second high; Mrs. Ed Wieland, traveling; and Mrs. Melvin Pietig, draw. Mrs. Loneman served lunch after the games. The next party will be at Mrs I have fixed Tuesday the 2uth day Joe Wittry s home Wednesday aft- of October, 1959, at 9:00 o'clock a.m. arnnnn n "l t - J at the Courthouse in Carroll, Iowa, , ernoon, uct. /. as the day for hearing proof in relation thereto. nil- ri I r, rr WITNESS my official sisnatuie. Puh IC bCnOO btatt with the seal of said Court hereto. , , , , " UUI amxert. this 23rd day of September, |_J Q | ^5 Annual PJCnJC ' (.SEAL) The next regular business meeting will be Oct. 8 in the clubrooms of the Carroll Public Library. IX THF. DISTRICT COl'RT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR CARROLL COl'NTY NOTICE—PROOF OF WILL STATE OF IOWA, ss. Carroll County. ORIGINAL To All Whom It May Concern: NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN. That FAT OVERWEIGHT Now available to you, our drug called ODRINEX. You must lose ugly fat in 7 days or your money back. No more strenous exercise, laxatives, massage or taking of so-called reducing candies, crackers or cookies, or chewing gum. ODRINEX is a tiny tablet and easily swallowed. When you take ODRINEX, you still enjoy your meals, still eat the foods you like, but you simply don't have the urge for extra portions because ODRINEX depresses About 90 members and families ot the Carroll Public School faculty and staff attended the annual picnic of the Carroll Teachers Assoc- 1 vour appetite and decreases your de;„ tk« p„„i,„ m n „„,. „U„H„„ 1 sire for food. Automatically your iation in the Graham Park shelter- 1 weigm mus , come down> hezyBVi6 as house Tuesday night. A planned your own doctor will tell you, when potluck dinner was served. Mem- vou eat less, you weigh less. Get rid u . «f „„™.~,:H ~„ ;„ „u,,„„„ of excess fat and ve longer. ODRI- bers of the committee in charge NEX „ S0 , D ON THLS GUARANTEE-. were Mrs. Lambert Winnike, chairman, Mrs. Colette Bock, Mrs. J. H. an instrument in writing, purporting McElhinney, Mrs. Newell Sorento be the last will and testament of . „ . . Walter .i. Werner Deceased, was this son, Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, Mrs. Jack Sanford and Charlotte Lockey. You must lose weight within 7 days or your money back. Just return the package to your druggist and get your full money back. ODRINEX costs $3.00 and Is sold with this strict money back guarantee by: Rettenmaier Drug Store—Carroll. Mall Orders Filled. afl'lNed, this 16th day of September, 1959. (SEAL) Alfred .1. Klocke Clerk District Court Sept. 17, 24, Oct. 1, 1959 ENDS THURSDAY . . . FRI. & SATURDAY . . . "Anatomy of 0 Murder" "Young Land" In Color Starts Sunday! M-G-M preients... Brtalhless exa'femenf from the mailer of suspense f CARY GRANT EVA MARIE SAINT JAMES MASON ii)V FRED HITCHCOCK'S 'NORTH BY NORTHWEST' m ViiloVision • TECHNICOLOR* co -stl 'fini JtSSIE ROYCE LANDIS Continuous Show Sunday from 1:30 P. M. Midnite Show Friday . . • Cry Terror"-Doors Open 11:00 P. M. Carroll Bakery "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE" SPECIALS! Fri. and Sat. Chocolate or Butterscotch ' BROWNIES 59c D „,. Rich, chewy pastries filled with pecans and covered with a thick coating of chocolate or butterscotch fudge icing. Easy to serve on any occasion. CREME PUFFS 5c Ea. Fluffy egg puffs made with fresh eggs and filled with rich Holland creme. Home Style Bread ^ 22c Truly home style bread! Reminds you of Grandma's fine textured, delicious flavored, home baked bread. Fortified with vitamins. Chocolate Do-Nuts° 59c A tasty cake do-nut dipped in delicious sweet milk chocolate frosting.

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