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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, September 28, 1959
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Fact 'AT Fancy By GLADYS HOLLAND FEEDING . . . the family in the event of an emergency which may cut off food supplies is a problem deserving of careful thought on the part of local housewives. * * * FORTUNATELY . . . civil defense authorities are not blind to the possibilities and have taken steps to apprise themselves of the situation. A nation-wide survey recently was made by the Bureau of Census for the benefit of emergency planners. * * * ACCORDING ... to findings of Mrs. Timmerman Graduate Nurse— Wife of Kuemper Assistant Coach Former Dubuque Homecoming Queen the survey, housewives of the I chance of again being North Central states can count on i queen. She is. however, about 10.5 days' supply of food on uate nurse employed at St A former homecoming queen in her own high school days, Mrs. Bob Timmerman looks forward with keen anticipation to the Kuemper High School homecoming next Friday. She also looked forward to the first Kuemper home football game with Manning High School Saturday night, hoping fervently for a Kuemper victory. Mrs. Timmerman is the wife of the new assistant football coach and head wrestling coach at Kuemper High School. A young woman of attractive appearance, she easily could pass for a high school girl with a good elected a grad- An- hand in their grocery stores. * * * THIS IS . . . somewhat above the national average which is 10.3 days'supply. In isolated places.! b^st "uic ""distincUon food stores run as high as 13 to 15 days but in heavily populated areas arc often as low as eight. RURAL AREAS . . . arc in luck because they are nearer the source ol supply. In the Midwest, especially in small towns, large food supplies are available direct 1 y from nearby farms. * * * thony Hospital. Natives of Dubuque Both Bob, and Mary Timmerman are natives of Dubuque who of having been brought into the world by the same doctor. Their families, who still live in Dubuque, have been acquainted with each other for several years. Mary is a graduate of Dubuque Senior High School and the school of nursing at St. Luke's Methodist Hospital in Cedar Rapids. She was a member of the mixed chor- GROCERS ... of the Midwest us in hi * h school and during her keep about two days' supply of scn,or - vear *' as elecled homecom juices, beverages and other liquids that could be used in place of drinking water. This is on a par with the national average. Coffee Given for Mrs. Glen Frenzen (Time* tlcruld Newt Service) SCRANTON — A surprise morn­ ing queen. At nursing school, she was president of her freshman class. Bob was graduated from Lores Academy and Loras High School in Dubuque, distinguishing himself as an athlete in both schools. He was a seven-letter man in college where among other honors he was named as guard on the Catholic All-American football team in 19S9, majoring in history. In his senior year he assisted Galen Thomas, football coach at the former Loras Academy, now the Wahlert High School (co-educational), named in honor of the president of the Dubuque Packing Co. Long interested in teaching, Bob was a member of the Loras College Future Teachers Association. He hopes to continue graduate study for his master's degree Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Sept. M, 1959 They have a birch dinette set of early American design, a bedroom suite, a maple coffee table, end table and drum table. "E very thing is to be earl y American," said Mrs. Timmerman. Still to be delivered among , other items are a long wing-back- in preparation for teaching as a; ed sofa which is being specially upholstered, a chair with maple permanent career Married Last December The Timmermans were married last December, but Bob continued living at home and Mary at the arms, and a tall maple bookcase, Like Books Bob and Mary both like books and already have a sizeable col- nursing school until the "first or 1(>(,,inn Both We saved their lit June when they took a furnished era,ure Dook s from school and apartment in Cedar Rapids. Bob j , Bob ', ias , a lai 'f5 1 ' assortment of his- camc to Carroll August 15 to be- ' ' gin his work at Kuemper. Mary followed immediately after her graduation from nursing school on August 30. Besides his coaching jobs, Bob teaches American history and guidance at Kuemper. Mary is on the second floor at St. Anthony Hospital, working from 7 a.m. to lory books, planning to add more from time to time. Mary has joined the Newcomers Club and is taking bridge lessons. Members of her bridge g r o u p ,ne centp r comes out clean. This plan to meet in one another's ree 'P e makes a nice reddish- homes and she looks forward to i [:>VQWn chocolate cake. Cover with the caramel frosting was learned from her mother-in-law. Chocolate Cake (Mrs. Tinunerman's Mother 's Recipe) Mix together in a bowl: 1 1 2 cups sugar >2 cup shortening 4 tbs. cocoa 2 eggs Dissolve: 2 tsp. baking soda in Vi cup sweet or sour milk Sift together: 2 cups flour 1 Isp. baking powder Add the flour mixture and liquid alternately to the creamed shortening until both are well mixed, Then add: 1 cup boiling water 1 tsp. vanilla Pour into two 8-inch greased toko pans and bake • at 350 degrees until a toothpick inserted in entertaining in her own home when the furnishings are c o m- | plete. She can scarcely wait to i make use of her dishes, glass- caramel frosting. 3:30 p.m. They have early break-1 , . , fast together and leave for work I * aro ' a f h lrays and other wed " at the same time, Bob spending | Ing glfts ' an hour or so in study at his desk 1 Tne Timmermans have made before school opens for the day. 1 tne acquaintance of married The Timmermans live in an' couIpl1(?s °" ,ne Kuemper faculty apartment at 1026 North Clark and have formcd otller congenial Caramel Frosting (Mrs. Timmerman Sr.'s Recipe) 2 cups brown sugar, firmly packed 6 tbs. cream 3 tbs. butter 1 tsp. vanilla Cook the first three ingredients to the FOOTBALL FAN . . . Mrs. Bob Timmerman, wife of the assistant football conch at Kuemper High School, is an ardent football fan. Here she displays a trophy won by her husband at Loras College, Dubuque, for making the Catholic Ail- American Football Team In 1957 and the AH- Midwest team In 1958. Mrs. Timmerman herself Is a graduate nurse employed at St. Anthony Hospital. (Staff Photo). 1 medium onion, chopped 1 single stalk celery, chopped 2 tbs. shortening 'to mellow and blend hot sauces with spices) Cook these ingredients with Brown the first four ingredients meat balls over low heat at least f «.iaiinfi« in Thov i i "' — lin tii u 10 onion and celery are an hour and a half. Add water as Street which is only partially fur- £™wi Mi^iv 3 nH W . rfw " 8 °' "^tender; then add: i needed to thin the sauce as it nished until their new furniture « ' 1 e > s " 'f'j "mn^ eZ ! P ° ' H" F ° R °' ,E M , 1 C 1 can tomato paste cooks. Serve with cooked spaghet arrives. They have manv beauti- beine , a pa,t of the Kuem P ei com- only. Immerse he pan in cool wa- 1 ... 1 ful wedding gifts packed in cartons j munily - ' er fand W |}'P , ,he , icm e- 11 should and stored in the Timmerman' Because this is really her first be fairly thick when spread. It home at Dubuque waiting for Momc * of nci ' own, Mary has had, thickens as it cools. Thin by im"something to put them on " '' n,t ' e opportunity to become an ex- mersing the pan in warm water if Meanwhile, they have set up an P ert cook bul she already has a too thick to spread, elaborate silver tea and coffee collection of recipes. | (Tltnen Herald Sent Bervlee) BREDA — Members of the Pla- Mor Club had a no-hostess dinner ing dinner, they met at the home' at Pauline's Cafe at Carroll Tues- of Mrs. Lyle Hutchison for an eve- 1 . J- ning of cards. | day evcnm 8- After dinner the eve- The Wednesday Canasta Club; nin 8 was s P ent Paying five hun- met at the home of Mrs. Hugh dred at Mrs. A. E. Schaefer's Mallett, beginning with a potluck, home. Mrs. Leo Nieland won high supper. Guests were Mrs. Lyle Hut- SCO rc prize, Mrs. Ray Brinker sec- chison and Mrs. Wilbur Reinharl. 1 0 nd high, and Mrs. Julia Olerich Prizes were won by Mrs. Allic I i 0 w score prize Shaffer and Mrs. Calvin Stevens ' M d MrsF R m y apd Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Cadden spent Wednesday evening in Fort Dodge where theye celebrated the first birthday of Marjorie Andreasen at -- . ,„., . , A1 , . ; service, attractive new lamps. Following are a few she has! Spaghetti Sauce ing coffee was held Monday at the 19n7 and tllc All-Midwest team in , and other items for which space tried successlullv. The chocolate! (Original Recipe) home of Mrs, John Lawrence with; 1958 ' He received his degree in | could be found. cake is her mother's recipe and 1 1 lb hamburger, shaped in balls' Mrs. Gene Dehoney as co-hostess. 1 Honored guest was Mrs. Glen Frenzen. It was a combined birthday end pink and blue shower. Fifteen guests were present. Members of the Canasta Club had dinner Tuesday evening at the Brown Derby in Carroll. Follow Pla-Mor Club Has No-Hostess Dinner 1 can tomato sauce to 2 cups water, as needed U tsp. pepper 1 tsp. salt x k tsp. Tabasco sauce 2 tsp. Worcestershire sauce l 2 tsp. garlic salt (or minced garlic to taste) :, 4 tsp. chili powder 'a cup grated American cheese Salad Dressing 3 -i cup vinegar 1 cup salad oil 1 onion, minced 1 clove garlic, minced 1 can condensed tomato soup 2 tbs. Worcestershire sauce 'a tsp. dry mustard Library Notes By MISS SADIE STEVENS (Carroll Librarian) pets were always changing — all except Louella, the parrot from Texas. At first she kept saying, "Texas is better." but Eddie taught her lo say, "Eddie best." is The new books listed from the falo Horn — makes a Public Library this week are for t-tory of the Old West, the "teen-agers" and are sport! Stories for Girls thrilling stories and light romances The Perfect Game, by Jackson Disappearance at Lake House, i by Helen Girvan. Mary "Kit" \ Scholz, a well-known author, is a Reed - a ^-year-old high school Shower Honors Miss Chrisrensen (Times Herald News Servlee) DEDHAM — JoAnn Christen- Ben Hartwigsens Move Into Glidden (Times llrrulj Sfii -j Sen Ire) PLEASANT RIDGE — Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hartwigsen have moved lo their new home in Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bundt have returned from Calgary, Canada, where they visited Mrs. Bundt's father, Sam Daniel. Schwonz Family Holds a Reunion (Times Mernltl Neiv» Service) WALL LAKE — The Schwanz family reunion was held Sunday at the Lake View Municipal building. Those present were from Kasson and White Cross, Minn.; Wall Lake. Ida Grove, Schleswig, Ode! bolt. Lake View. Storm Lake, Ar Mrs. Helen Knight spent Mon- 1 thur, Vail, Aurelia, Schaller and the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Andreasen Mrs. John Carlin were in Omaha Monday attending Market Week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klaus have returned from a two-week visit with baseball story, whose interest is heightened by the author's detailed knowledge of what a pitcher must master in order to become great. David's Campaign Buttons, by Catherine Wooley. The Orchard day in New Sharon The W.M.S. met Wednesday girl graduate, inherits an old cas-sen. who will become the bride of, ... ,. tie-like mansion overlooking a Ca-' Robert Nait. was honored at a mis- * ,tn bsl1ner Hagan. Eleven mem- nadian lake, for whom she was cellaneous shower Monday evening! - ers and onc gllcst wore Present. Alta. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton took their daughter, Kaye, to Cedar Falls last week and Sunday their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. > P] Rnl . rlll . , 1Qc . . . punam not- Narola Jongewaard celebrated ! and m ' s - nJam , es .P rafmyr !j a ^ Mi Uc.ARe• ove"comtag^fa 6 " ' has been hldden her fifth birthday with a small aft- f « m | >' al Duluth Minn and with , ^ h a speech at a er-school partv at the home of her i relatives at Fairfax, Morgan, and ,.„*„„•., ^.^...T™.? bp , c ^ n d \ a parents, Dr. and Mrs. R. E. Jon-1 Mankato - Minn ' Mrs. Marie O'Connor of Omaha •a tsp. pepper 1 tsp. salt % cup sugar 1 can tomato paste Mix all ingredients together. Shake well. Keep refrigerated. This recipe makes approximately 1 quart of dressing. YOU CAN NOW tBoxiow $y, $100 to $500 on your own Personal Signature All Details Handled by Mail "Completely Confidential" Cash for bills- clothes- -furniture—* car or any worthwhile need. Cash You Get $100.00 $200.00 $300.00 $400.00 $500.00 12 Mos. Payments $10.07 $20.03 $29.68 $39.13 $48.46 24 mos. Payments $ 5.93 $11.74 $17.20 $22.46 $27.61 council meeting. And all the club | members worked hard campaign- : • •irih7»"ion 1 e\")r Mrs'7oui's Kloe'k? ! Mrs - Maude s P ra * ue had charge i they took their daughter, Judy, to named, and she herself had visit- M h 1 mW devotions and the lesson. | Iowa City. Kenneth Brotherlon ed it one happy winter six years Fox's Missionary Pas- 1 also left Sunday for Iowa City. All before She loves the place and Axman ana Mrs. MOC- S) - Roll al) was answered with i are attending college has learned, moreover, that an im- ke. They presented the, s of , friendR The . « £« e - nortant document relating to it j - h a corsage. , vo(e(1 tQ sond an offe ,, ng lQ ^ | ^1**$™ ™ ^nday to ^ ^...... by her grand- Various bridal games were play- dall Girls Home in Jamaica,!- J U1 year dWN 01 r e ' mother The story centers on the ed by the 25 guests present. Prizes 1 p W I. to buy bed linen for the unraveling of two mysteries. i were won by Mrs. Alois Schreck, I dormitory. A special offering The Scarlet Sail, by Betty Ca-' Mrs - GeoI 'g° Meiners. Iva Roberts; amounting to $40 was taken to be (Payments Include all charges) NORTHWEST FINANCE CO. (Licensed by the Iowa Banking Dept.) For Confidential Service Phone CH 4-0305 or Write to Mr. Johns—Manager it St. Des Moinei, Iowa ^1 gowaard. I ^ Marie OX'onnor of Omaha • [ns f EUot , iathcr^a ^nSe '-nn, ^ Mrs. R. E Jongewaard. Mrs W spent several days at the Clem . or the city council, who was in h J b f ^ 1 ^ "Se^'^^ed and the door prize by Mrs. Clay-^^ the Hansen and Mrs. John Senders of Polking home. (favor of the recreation center S 'i m >xod emoUons Tlu bo -,1 lcn Stangl. Ruth Nair assisted MiL' 0S S The Jext meeUng will be Jefferson spent Tuesday in WayV (Jerald Rettenmaier has gone to needed so badly for the ball club. ; J 1 11 ™« em « Jf« 1 ^, chnstensen with the gift opening.! 0c f 2 1 Ili^&^T ^R^o land, attending the district confer-, Omaha to attend classes at Scnior challenge, by Lawrence , J ! J ^ Safety precautS^ I Bouquets of fall flowers centered Sney' in Gl dden Self LVaneC " Cal trCe ll:S£J;;tl.S|g^lS: ^Ly! n Z^ ^ ^ - cute, j the gift, table. A tray lunch was I Dolii Hagan has concluded her Are you enjoying life as much as you should? If you can't stop thinking about your problems... if you're easily upset by little things . . . if you're often nervous and on-edge . . . then your tensions may be getting the best of you and it's time to do something about it! The first thing to do is to realize this: you're not nlone! At least onc out ol' ten Americans ha\e emotional problems that are actually so serious they need medical attention. Millions more of us have minor emotional problems which don't need medical treatment, but do make us unhappy. The second thing to do is to send for the new free booklet, '"How To Deal With Your Tensions". In it, you'll find proven suggestions that will help you control your teniions, so you can lead a happier, fuller life. For your hie copy of this booklet, write: Box 2SOO, New York'1, N.Y. Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council and the Newspaper Advertising Executives Association. girls in school. Especially, they will delight in the sound baseball „ . , , , technique, and young athletes will M™ 1 Cn "R This book speaks take to heart much of the advice; ln,ths '° an - v B |rl , wno llas beo " the new coach gives the Oak concerned with the problem of Creek players, and study with at- ^ {[n ^ a,on 8 w >! h ° lners and be ' tention the maneuvers of infield, >"S accepted. Readers who en- outfield and battery, countered Beth in Ihree Who , , ^ Met know that Mrs. Craig writes The Brave Riders, by Glenn wjth understanding and sympathy Balch. Mr. Balch has been writing 0 f thi.s all-important time in a ubout horses and Indians and the girl's life. West for many years. The young J The Courage of Kethca, by Eliz- men of the Pawnee tribe with four , nbeth Howard. Bethea found leaders, were going on the ride to (riends at the Western Female test their manhood. Little Elk. Seminary and fine teachers. Her knew that the long and rigorous first worry concerned her room- journey was a part of every young mate. She managed to avoid the Pawnee's training, but he had no 1 girl she didn't want but failed to desire to go. He had no favors to get the one she wanted. How she ask of the spirits who lived in the made out with her actual room- Great Peak, and had little respect; mate is only one of the strands for the leader, Buffalo Horn. When I that form thi.s full, rich novel. It Buffalo Horn determined to raid , is both a school story and a roan enemy Sioi/; camp, Little Elk i mance. doubted the \#.sdom of the plan. I Eddie and Louella, by Carolyn What these days of relentless rid- Haywood. Eddie Wilson was al- ing, with the Sioux always dose ways bringing home stray ani- behind them, taught Little Elk mals. 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