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September 28, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Fr. Mattes Is Honored by His Parishioners Honoring the Rev. P. M. Mattes, about 125 members of St. Francis parish. Maple River, joined for a 6:30 potluck dinner in the parish hall Sunday evening. The occasion was the 15th anniversary of Fr. Mattes as pastor at St. Francis Church. Attending from Carroll were the Rev. Leo Lenz and the Rev. Eugene Schumacher. Fr. Lenz was toastmaster for the evening's program after dinner. Participating in the program were Patricia Bruening, flute solo; Clarence Loew, a reading "A Priest"; Richard Schrad and David Lem- 1 ker, a trombone duet: Janet Schwabe, flute solo. Karen Fehring gave a brief speech of appreciation to Fr. Mattes from the parish. Nick Wit try also spoke a few words of appreciation and presented a purse to Fr. Mattes from the parish. Fr. Mattes responded with a short talk. | Following the program, cards and bingo were played. Ann Schrad won a chair prize, Alois Schrad a birthday prize; and other prizes' for games were awaded to Mrs. Al Kraus. Mrs. Dan Halbur, Mrs. Linus Eischeid. Mrs. Albin Ven- ] ner. Ann Schrad, and Patric i a ; Bruening. j Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beck and family of Des Moines, formerly of Carroll, were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gerlich. Mrs. Richard Gregerson and Mary Jane Neuerburg returned Sunday night from Ottumwa where they attended a school of design and business clinic of the- Society of Iowa Florists in session Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bauerle were weekend visitors with Mr. Bauerle's cousin, Ed Bauerle, at Gladbrook. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rielmaier this weekend were Mrs. Bielmaier's cousins, Ceil and Marie Fromme, Olean, . N.Y.; their son, Dr. Earl Bielmaier, Council Bluffs; and their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Bielmaier and family. Webster City. Mr. and Mrs. James Bielmaier and family also visited Mrs. Bielmaier's mother, Mrs. Anna Davis. SS. Peter and Paul's Rummage Sale. Oct. 2 and 3. Art Rust Bldg. Pick ups. Dial 3428 and 9537. adv. Hamburger Supper. Oct. 4. Lutheran Church basement. Serving 5 to 8 p.m. adv. Mrs. E. A. Schiltz returned Saturday after spending a week in Omaha visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stork and family, and her son Edward. U worried by "Bladder Wetkneu" (Oet- tlrrf CJ NlthU or Bed WeUlnj, too frequent bu.-nini or Itchin* urination i, Beeondirr B*ek»ehe ind Nervousness, or Strong SmeUlnj, Cloudy Urine, due to common Kidney »nd Blsdder Irriutloru, try CY8TEX for quick help. Safe for youns and old. Ask druti 1st for CY8TEZ. See bow ftit you Improve. Sarah Huffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman: Roxanne Weaver, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Weaver; and Kenneth Rogers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers, all students at Simpson College, Indianola. were home for the band festival. They were accompanied by Jo McGowan of Waterloo, who was a guest at the Huffman home. The four students were brought from Indianola Friday by Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huffman and were taken back Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Miller attended the golden wedding observance of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Jensen, Orange City, at the Christian Church in Exira Sunday afternoon. The Jensens formerly served as stewards at the Audubon County Farm, and are serving in that capacity in Sioux County at this time. Both are natives of Exira. Mr. Jensen is a brother of U.S. Congressman Ben Jensen, Exira. Mrs. Herman C. Gotch returned Sunday evening after a month's visit in California with her son and daughter-in-law at Lakewood and other friends in southern California. She flew to Omaha, where Mr. Gotch met her, returning from there to Carroll. AS LOW AS $2.00 (Pr. Exchange With Old Washer) For These ALL NEW Hamilton Automatic Washers and Dryers HURRY! QUANTITIES LIMITED! BUY WHERE YOU CAN GET SERVICE SPORRER'S TV * hA f ri'£ NCES Pfc. Donald D. Mosman spent a 15-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mosman, coming here from Ft. Bliss, Tex. Friday his parents and brother, Lon, jtook him to Farmington. Minn., where he will be stationed, attending a guided missile school. I Mr. and Mrs. Mosman and Lon returned home Saturday. - Sheila Morrison and Paul Burmeister of Davenport were weekend visitors at the home of Miss Morrison's parents Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Morrison. They came to attend the western Iowa Band Festival in which Miss Morrison's sister Mary Morrison took part as one of the Scottish Highlanders from the State University of Iowa. Public Card Party, with food and bake sale, Wednesday, Sept. 30, SS. Peter and Paul Auditorium. 1:30 p.m. adv. Mrs. Leone Kerr returned to her home in Hampton Sunday after visiting for the past week at the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Salsbury. She was accompanied to Hampton by Mr. and Mrs. Salsbury and daughter, Joni, who also visited the grotto at West Bend, returning to Carroll Sunday night. On Friday, Mrs. Salsbury and Mrs. Kerr visited the Salsbury's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Orr, at Indianola. 4 Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Sept. 28, 1959 Calendar 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 Somateo, Mrs. Al Gute Round Tabje, 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 Carroll County Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hall, Dedham Thursday— Jaycee-ettes, Mrs. James Spieker. Clio Club, Public Library Clubroom Kardcttes, Mrs. Maurice B Nurse N.O.E. Club, Mrs. Cliff Bell Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple 8-4 Fun Club, Mrs. Foster Miller Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Roy J. Burns Uckelmans Have 25th Anniversary Dinner and Party The silver .wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uckelman was celebrated Saturday evening with a dinner at the Brown Derby. After dinner, the guests spent the evening at the Uckelman home. The guests brought gifts to the honored couple. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiskus, Templeton, and Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Carroll. Mrs. Juergens and Mr. Wiskus were the wedding attendants 25 years ago. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Klocke. Mr. and Mrs. John Weitl, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wiskus, Mr. and Mrs. John Wiskus, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiskus, Coletta and Fred Wiskus, all of Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. William Ruddy, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. William Wiskus, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wiskus and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Jurgens and son James, all of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Uckelman's children, Bernard and Georgia, students at Iowa State University. Ames, were also home for the weekend and attended the party. They returned to Ames Sunday afternoon. Ncoma Hagge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagge, was home from the State University of Iowa, Iowa City, for the band festival. She was accompanied by Judy Hayden of Syracuse, N. Y., a fellow student at the State University. COLLEGE \ STUDENTS GET ALL THE NEWS FROM HOME EVERY DAY! Only *8 50 FOR SIX MONTHS (In Zone 1 and 2) If you are planning to attend college this tall, take advantage of this offer to have all of the home town news sent to you each and every day. BE INFORMED I Only $8.50 for six months, In Zones 1 & 2, elsewhere in the United States the subcription rate is $10.00 for six months. I » I But Don't Miss a Single Issue - Be Sure You Get the 1 1 News. Fill Out and Mail the Coupon Below With Your' | Check. I I I j The Daily Times Herald, Circulation Department I CLIP THIS COUPON I Name .... I College I I Enclosed find check for $. -Address at College ^zrrrr j THE DAILY TIMES HERALD E .T .W. Club Entertained by Mr., Mrs. Brincks Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brincks entertained members of the E.T.W. Club at bridge Sunday evening in their home. The two high score prizes were won by Mrs. Clarence Spaen and Virgil Thelen. Mrs. Vernon Hansen was awarded the prize for low score; and Mrs. Carl Wille retained the traveling prize. A buffet lunch was served after the bridge games. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille will entertain at the next meeting Sunday, Oct. 11. Farewell Party Given Sunday for Dr. John Morrisons Eleven couples joined for a potluck dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. Arthur Minnich Jr. Sunday evening, honoring Dr. and Mrs. John R. Morrison of Glidden, ! who are moving to Des Moines next month. The men were members of the Army Reserve. A gift was given to the Morrisons; and the evening was spent socially. Manning Court of Catholic Daughters To Initiate Oct. 29 (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — The opening meeting of Court of Our Lady of Fatima, No. 1492, Catholic Daughters ot America, was held at Sacred Heart Hall Thursday evening, conducted by the grand regent, Leta Foley. New members will be initiated al the Oct. 29 meeting. A 6:30 potluck will be served, with members of the Carroll and Templeton Courts as guests. Marie Kasperbauer was elected lecturer to succeed Rosalia Brandt, who resigned the office. Ruby Boisch was awarded the door prize; Alvina Klocke received a special prize. Patricia Mueller, Rita Zerwas and Ruby Belsch were the hostess committee. HIGHLANDERS HAVE A FLING ... The SUI Scottish Highlanders, under the direction of Willtam Adamson, thrilled a huge crowd of visitors at the Western Iowa Band Festival Saturday as they marched In the festival parade. After the parade, they presented a marching demonstration and two dances, the Highland Fling and the Argyle Sword Dance, in front of the reviewing stand on downtown Mnin Street. Pivotal drummer in the Highlanders was Mary Morrison, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. It. Morrison of Carroll. The bagpipers and dancers were dressed In authentic Scottish costumes; the drummers in kilts and military coats. (Photo by G. E. Robb) Janice Siepker Is Guest of Honor At a Bridal Shower Janice Siepker. October bride- elect, was honored at a miscellaneous shower Sunday afternoon at her home. Hostesses were her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Siepker, and sisters Mrs. Roger Snyder and Mary Lou Siepker. About 25 friends and relatives from Manning, Breda and Carroll attended. Mrs. Siepker's aunt, Mrs Pete Seier, Sioux City, was also a guest. Bingo was played, with prizes awarded to Mrs. John Hoffman, Mrs. LaVern Feld, Mrs. Elizabeth KlockMrs. Elizabeth Loew, Mrs. Ann Doffing and Mrs. Harold Bayer. Lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. The bride's colors of green and white were carried out in decorating. The gift table was decorated with streamers and a large white bell. Miss Siepker will marry Kenneth Snyder Oct 10 in SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll. Leading Lady in Film Acts Under Hypnosis By JAMES BACON AP Movle-TV Writer HOLLYWOOD (AP(-Something new has been added to the Hollywood scene — a hypnological director — and it could mean the end of ulcers among directors who have to deal with temperamental actresses. Gil Boyne, a professional hypnotist, was hired by Allied Artists to help with the technical details on "The Hypnotic Eye.'' Mark Singsank's Seventh Birthday Celebrated Sunday Mrs. W. J. Singsank entertained at a party in her home Sunday afternoon for the seventh birthday of her son Mark. The children played games and prizes were awarded. A circus theme was carried out in the table decorations and Mark's birthday cake. He received birthday gifts. Guests were James and Dale Wolterman, David Rohner, Gary Danzer, Gerald Hermsen, David Wells, Gene King, Mark Traner and Daniel Lawler, all classmates; a neighborhood playmate, Michelle Vicarius; and Mark's brothers and sisters. James, Dean, Dennis, Mary and Jane. Grace Hamilton, G I e n d a I c, Calif., arrived Sunday morning to spend ten days visiting her mother. Mrs. Mae Hamilton, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Bill Hamilton. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vonderheiden Moving Aeentt tor North American van Llnti, inc. Moose Enrollment Sunday Afternoon A Moose enrollment in honor of L. J. Greteman. Templeton, was held at the Moose Hall in Carroll Sunday afternoon. Eight wore enrolled, and three were re-enlisted. Dinner was served at 6:30 p.m. The governor's chair was filled by Ed Korwes, junior governor, in the absence of governor Joseph E. Heller, who is hospitalized. Dr. Paul D. Anncbcrg and Marianne van Schaik, Dutch exchange student who is making her home with the Anneberg family, were visitors in Iowa City Friday and Saturday. Dr. Anneberg attended a meeting of the Iowa Urological Association while Miss van Schaik visited with Carroll students at the State University of Iowa. Both were overnight guests in the home of Mrs. Anneberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Spencer. Newly Organized Music Department For Woman's Club iTtnie* Herald N<>«» Si-rvlre) LAKE VIEW - Ten women interested in a music study program organized Wednesday evening into the Music Department, which is affiliated with the Lake View Federated Woman's Club. A study program will be combined with group singing at each meeting. Officers will act as a program committee to set a date and list of hostesses. Officers elected were Mrs. W. K Hunter, chairman; Mrs. Paul Potter, vice chairman and Mrs. E. L. Christian, director. The next meeting will be the latter part of October. Mrs. Harold Whitted and Mrs R. B. Domer were hostesses at the first meeting of the Drama Department Wednesd a y evening. Members answered roll by telling the name of a "Play which inspired me". Mrs. Vincent O'Brien gave a report on Religious Drama. A review was given by Mrs. H. J. Blink of Archibald Mac Leasch's play "J.B." She also directed the study ol the play She was assisted by several members. Eighteen of the 23 members were present. Mrs. Charles Maynard entertained the Pla Mor Club Wednesday afternoon. Her guests were Mrs. Don Tjaden, Mrs. Kenneth Quinn, Mrs. B. J. Schwarzkopf, Mrs. Wilmer Koessui and Mrs. Mel Broich. Mrs. Tjaden received the guest prize and club prizes were awarded to Mrs. Wilmer Peck and Mrs. E. L. Christian. Mrs. Quinn will be a courtesy hostess Oct. 7. Boyne. who takes his work seriously, soon had almost everybody on the set hypnotized, including Merry Anders, the leading lady. Now Merry is doing several of her scenes while under hypnosis. She may be the first actress to perform in a deliberate trance. There's some basis for it in the scrip. Jacques Bergorac plays a professional hypnotist. He first meets Merry when she volunteers as a subject from the audience Bergerac hypnotizes her onstage On the first take. Merry acted it out, but it didn't look convincing to director George Blair. Ho called on his director of hypnolog- ogy. Boyne spoke a few words into Merry's car and her h e a d dropped He continued talking and told her that when she awakened. Bergerac would talk to her and when he mentioned the word | "sleep," she would go into a I trance. I Bergerac delivered his lines and at "sleep," Merry was off to the never-never land. | The scene over, director Blair i commented: "Great! That's the •• way to make pictures. One tnke, ' no back talk and a performance Uhat even Garbo couldn't equal." Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller spent Sunday with their son-in-law pnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kerkhoff and family at Red Oak. They were accompanied home by their granddaughters, Cindy and Denise Kerkhoff, who will spend most of this week with them. Walther League Has Hayride at Lidderdale A hayride at Lidderdale as guests of the Lidderdale Walther League followed a meeting of the ! Carroll League Sunday night in St Paul Lutheran Church, i Twenty-two members from Car- Iroll joined with J80 Walther Leaguers from nine different leagues in the hayride starting from lm- manuel Lutheran School in Lidderdale. After the ride, leaguers returned to the school for lunch and devotions. The business meeting in the church parlors at Carroll was conducted by Deanna Grundmeier, president of the local league A car wash was planned for'Mon­ day, Oct. 5, from 8:30 a.m. until 12 noon, to earn money for the , league treasury. Plans were made for the zone rally in Trinity Lutheran Church, Audubon, Sunday, Oct. 4. Shirley Groth will be in charge of transportation. Registration will begin at 1 p.m. to be followed with a business meeting al 2:30. A supper in the Audubon church will follow the business meeting and | program, and a hayride at night I will be the concluding event of the! day. | Mrs. Loneman's Birthday Is Noted At the Park Sunday Mrs Clara Loneman's birthday \w.s noted at a family gathering in the Suuthsidc Park shelterhouse Sunday. Dinner was served at 1 p.m. Table decorations leaturod fall flowers and a decorated birthday cake Mrs I.otumnn received gifts and a purse. The atternoon was spent plavinu caul-, visiting and taking pictures Lunch was served later in the aiiemoon. Attending were Grace Hamilton, Glendale, Call.' ; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Zackei and Steven. Lincoln. Net).; Mr and Mrs Clarence Haumhovcr and Kenny, Council Rltifls; Mr ami Mis Darrell Paul, Chris. Penny and Tinimy. Des Monies; Mr and Mrs Jim Kathman anil l'ill>. Ames. Mr. and Mrs S .! l.unkcnhemHT and Lou Ann. and Judy Kirs, ndebolt: Mr. and Mrs. Paul M.uiamc, Cathleen and Patrick. Scrantoii; Mr. and Mrs. Romayne Hinckley and David. Ralston; Mr and Mrs. Dick Simons. Ricky and Patricia, and Mrs. Emma Simons, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs Gene Xieland, Danny. Steven and Kevin. Breda: and from Carroll: Mr. and Mrs. Don I icithof I. Donna. Johnny and Kuthy; Mr and Mrs Bill Hamilton; Mr and Mrs Mchin Pietig and Revei ly; Mr and Mrs. Clarence Loneman and lMck; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hagerty; Mrs. Mae Hamilton and Roger Kanne. Party for Faculty Is Held in Manning (Tlnif. Itrrnlil Rprxlrpt MANNING — Members of the Manning Community School Board of Education and their wives; the high school superintendent and elementary principal and wives wore hosts to faculty members at a party at the junior hiyh school Thursday evening. Court Whist was played, with hiuh prizes awarded to Mrs. Kenneth Dethlcl's and Raymond Ohde Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Members of the Manning United Presbyterian Women attended the fi.lt rally of the 41 h district of the Northwest Iowa I'reshy teral at Glidden Thursday Those attending the all-day meeting were Mrs Harold Schmidt. .Mrs, Carl Sinning. Mrs. Grover Barlels, Mrs. Earl Roberts, Mrs Minnie Rix. Mrs. C. J. Claussen. Miss Verna Karstens, Mrs. Herbert Stnbe. Mrs. R. O Pratt, and Mrs W. C Schrum The meeting was conducted by Mrs. L. E. Williams. Storm Lake, Presbytenul president. Edgar S. Bradley left Saturday on a business trip to Chicago. • Now thru Thurs. Mil ^.««« CARY GRANT EVA MARIE SAINT JAMES MASON M/mmtKKKt NORTH BY NORTHWEST Feature at 7:00 & 9:35 P. M. STAY WHERE YOU ARE! Tune TV from Across the Room RCA VICTOR TELEVISION with "Wireless Wixard" Remote Control and "One-Set" Electronic Fine Tuning As Low As Exch. Franchised Dealer for RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV. --- •-. Lexington Deluxe luwhoy with lllnh r'Ttlullty ampll lli'i. sU'in and phono lacks '<IY> sq. In. 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