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October 1, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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New Officers Assume Duties at Altar Society New officers took over at the meeting of Holy Angels Altar Society in the parish hall at Roselle Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ed Behrens conducted the meeting, which the Rev. W. Richard Graf had opened with prayer.) Sixty were present, including Mrs. j Ronald Wittrock and Mrs. Paul; Hoffman, who were introduced as! new members. J A food shower was held for the nuns of the parish. Articles were brought for a layette for St. Monica's Home, Sioux City. Plans. vrere made to attend the DCCW; convention in Sioux City Oct. 7. Mrs. Behrens is the society delegate, with Mrs. Leo Hannasch as alternate. Mrs. Behrens reported on the DCCW meeting in Carroll in September. A letter was read from Lucile Buchanan concerning a family living show to be held Nov. 6 at the Elks Hall in Carroll. The society will have a June setting for the show. In charge of arrangements are Mrs. George Renze and Mrs. Norbert Rupiper. Mrs. Rupiper -and Mrs. Nick Kirsch are voluntary members of a visiting committee which is set up to visit new members coming into the parish. Following the business meeting cards and bingo were played. Prize winners included Mrs. Ed Dopheide, Mrs. Ray Sibbel, Mrs. Louis Rupiper, Mrs. Ed Starman, Mrs. Leo Staiert, Mrs. John Steffes. Mrs. Clifford Eischeid, Mrs. John Behrens, Mrs. Ed Daniels, Mrs. Harold Reiman, Mrs. Behrens, Mrs. Hannasch, Mrs. Francis Wittrock, Mrs. John Siepker and Mrs. Joe Behrens; and Mrs. Paul Hoffman, winner of the door prize. The entertainment committee was comprised of Mrs. Albert Kennebeck, Mrs. Norbert Hoffman, Mrs. William Hoffman, Mrs. Art Hulsing and Mrs. Francis Irlmeier. Mrs. John Sibenaller was chairman of the lunch committee, assisted by Mrs. William Sondgeroth, Mrs. Francis Sibenaller, Mrs. Lawrence Sibenaller, Mrs. John Siepker and Margaret Smith. Mrs. Kerwin Is H.G. Club Hostess Mrf. T. J. Kerwin was hostess at her home Wednesday afternoon to members t>l the H. G. Club. Winner of the high score prize was Mrs. James McGrane. Mrs. George Lucey received second high, and Mrs. T. W. Potthoff, the draw. Mrs. Joe Kolas will entertain the club Wednesday,vOct. 14. Mrs. A. A. Renamed Henning is by LWML Mrs. A. A. Henning of Carroll was returned to office as president and Mrs. Arabelle Turner of Lake City was re-elected treasurer at the fall rally of the Carroll Zone of the L i! ( heran Women's Missionary League Wednesday in Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lake City. The Ladies Society of Pilgrim Church was the hostess group. The Rev. Harold W. Kieck of Carroll was re-elected pastoral advisor. Other officers are Mrs. 0. 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 to-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 your appetite and decreases your de- fire for food, Automatically your weight must .come down, because as your own doctor will tell you, when you eat less, you weigh less. Get rid of excess fat and live longer. ODRI- NEX is sold on this GUARANTEE: 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 tt.OO and Is sold with this strict money back guarantee by: Rettenmaier Drug Store—Carroll. Mail Orders Filled. Four Girls Give Reports on Girls' State Four girls who attended Girls' Stale this summer gave their impressions of Girls' State at the Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary meeting in Dedham Wednesday evening...The four county representatives were Kathleen Olesen, Carroll: JoAnn Gegory, Glidden; Geraldine Christy, Coon Rapids; and Jeanine Bohnenkamp, Breda. They told about the impressive raising and lowering of the flag each day. The motto of the department president, Mrs. Edwin Curtis, Chariton, was "Keep the Flags Flying." Each day there was a talk on the history of a hymn and the flag. Mrs. C. A. White accompanied the girls in singing the Girls' State song. County President Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, Arcadia, conducted the meeting. The first reading of the standing rules and changes made was read by Mrs. Aden Owen, Coon Rapids, county parliamentari a n. Units are asked to start collecting coffee strips. A donation of $10 was voted for purchase of canteen cards of hospitalized veterans. The group voted to contribute a check for the purchase of a uniform for a "Lady In Blue", the project for the year of Mrs. Glenn Hulquist, Winfield, department president. Mrs. Winfield will be a guest at the county meeting in Coon Rapids Oct. 28. Other business was concerned with equipment to be purchased with funds from the recently- completed magazine drive; poppy cards, and a survey of veterans in county homes and nursing homes. Mrs. Owen reported on the national convention which she attended in Minneapolis. In connection with her work in rehabilitation, she stressed the need of reading materials in the hospitals at Clarinda and Cherokee, and urged auxiliary members and others in the community to send lists of titles and authors of used books to be donated to unit rehabilitation chairmen, who will submit the lists to the hospitals for screening. * * * AH units in the county were represented, with approximately 80 in attendance. Attending from Carroll were Mrs. Paul Bachman, Mrs. Ed Kruse, Mrs. Clarence McGrane, Mrs. Arnold Witt, Mrs. Clem A. White, and Kathleen Olesen. Unit presidents gave their reports. A program was presented by the Dedham unit under chairmanship of Mrs. Harry Christiansen, which included two pantomines and a Hawaiian dance. Mrs. Ed Lampman, Arcadia, received an attendance prize, and Mrs. John Pletchette, Dedham, the door prize. The hostess unit served lunch, with Mrs. George Meiners and Alois Irlbeck pouring. Fall flower arrangements were on all of the tables. II Friday fir Saturday . . . Greaf Plains Premier Showing The Wonderful Country 4 IN COLOR Hackmeister, Coon Rapids, vice president; Mrs. Roy Kruse, Manning, secretary; Mrs. Elmer Behneman, Arcadia, historian; Mrs. Otto Wittkopp, Carroll, reporter; and Mrs. Melvin Hass, Manning, Christian Growth chairman. New officers were installed by the Rev. L. S. Winter of Auburn. * * * Theme of the day was "For a Closer Walk with God". A total of 164 members, pastors and guests were registered. Opening devotions were conducted by the Rev. Arnold E. Heimsoth, Lake City, Singing of the hymn "Thee Will I Love, My Strength, My Tower", was followed by scripture reading and prayer. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. Henning. Mrs. Esther Kruse of Lake City welcomed the group and Mrs. Edmund Gaskill of Audubon responded, The morning address was delivered by the Rev. R. J. Schmidt, Fort Dodge, who is missions and stewardship counselor of the Iowa District West, Lutheran Church- Missouri Synod. His topic, "For a Closer Life with God", dealt with the question, "Lord, what wilt thou have me do?" There are many obstacles that hinder our Christian life, he said, such as 'formalism in the church", "materialism", "secularism", "mental and sprit u a 1 laziness". All of these tend to rob our lives of God, the source and power of living. Rev. Schmidt stressed the fact that God is the cwner and giver of all blessings and "we are chosen managers of his gifts". Continuing the topic in the afternoon, discussion centered on the life of a Christian as the manager of money, bringing out the point that "The more we live, the more we give, the more we have". A self- analysis of time and talents was conducted individually. Following the afternoon meeting, "buzz" sessions were held, led by the Christian Growth chairman from each congregation. Brief summar i e s were given after the group reassembled. Afternoon devotions were led by Pastor Kieck. The group voted to contribute $100 to the advent Call to be presented over KCIM. A candlelight closing devotional was presented with the theme "Christ the Light of the World". Lighters of the candles were the Christian Growth chairman of the 11 soci- eities represented. Mrs,. Melvin Hass was the narrator. Mrs. Otto Wittkopp was the organist for the day. A noon lunch' eon was served by the hostess group in the fellowship hall of the church. Guests were served at ta bles decorated with fall flowers. # * * An invitation for the spring rally was extended by the Ladies Aid of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale. Attending from Carroll in addi tion to zone officers were Mrs. Harold W. Kieck, Mrs. Larry Jung, Mrs. Walter Mohr, Mrs. Vic Jons, Mrs. 0. J. Peterson, Mrs. Mabel Frank, Mrs. Ben Holstein, Mrs. Ann Backes, Mrs. Albert Janssen, Mrs. August Dierks, Mrs. Louise Rohrbeck, Mrs. Minnie Wohlenberg, Mrs. Herman Huebner, Mrs. Russell Wunschel, and Mrs. John Rose. —— ^ Newman Study Club To Open 43rd Year Newman Study Club will open its 43rd club year with a 7 p.m. dinner at the Burke Motor Inn Monday, Oct. 5. Arrangements are in charge of the social committee, Mrs. F. P. Collison and Mrs. Ned Collison. Mrs. Ed Wieland is presi dent of the club. ,adfes Aid, 2 p.m. St. Paul Lutheran Church Jaycftft-ettes, Mrs. James Spieker. :iio Club, Public Library Clubroom Kardettes, 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 Saturday— Hi-Lo Club, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall, Carroll Country Club Sunday— Toastmistress, Council No. i, Ft. Dodge Monday— 6th District Federated Clubs, Pocahontas Catholic Church, 8 a.m. DeBelles, Mrs. James Kratoska Eastern Star, Past Matrons and Patrons Night, 6:30 potluck, Masonic Temple Trinity Guild, Myrtle Walden J.A.B. Club, Mrs, Russell Wunschel Tuesday- Interlude Club, Mrs. Jack Grimsman D.C. Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. M. J. Kelly T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Andy Krapfl Delta Dek Club, Mrs. George Marget Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Paul Crouse Sr. Immaculata Guild, St. Joseph's. Church Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Charles Knoblauch E.L.J. Club, Mrs. B. H, Walden J.L.C. Club, Mrs. George Busche Les Amies Club, Teresa Brandl Spela Kort, Mrs. Ed Murphy Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. Cora Guy Wednesday— W.S.C.S. General Meeting, Fellowship Hall, Methodist Church D.C.C.W. Convention, Sioux City Municipal Auditorium O.N.O. Club, Mrs. Russell Wunschel ARROLL Sunday Monday Tuesday.». Paul Newman The Young Phiiadeiphians THE BIO, BOLD MOTION PICTURE ABOUT THE • ALEXIS SMITH • BRIAN KEITH • DIANE B&EWSTER BIlilEBURKE.JOHNWUIAMS ~».*T»„ WARNIR BRO». Continuous Sunday from 1:30 P. M. Features at 1:45-4:20-6:50 fir 9:30 P. M. MIDNIGHT SHOW FRIDAY.,, "MURDER BY CONTRACT' Door* Open «t 11:00 P.M. Double Feature Program! CARROLL • Fri-Sat-Sun • CINA LOU.OBRIGIDA ANTHONY QUINN ttt uuu ttntn houH — CO-HIT — Open at 7:00 P. M. First Show at 7jl5 P. M. W^ ^*1^r ~^m^f ~**^~ mm ~^^r m* -~^m Calendar 4 Tlm«* H«ratd, Carroll, 1ft, Thursday, Oef. 1, 1959 WED ... at St. Joseph's Church, Dedham, Sept. 29, were Mr. and Mrs. James L. Loneman. Mrs. Loncman is the former Linda Meisheid of Dedham. They will live in the Wernimont Building in Carroll after a week's trip. (Rohner Studio Photo) Personal Paragraphs Mts. L. E. Swtimy returned home Wednesday from Richardson, Texas, where she had been visiting her son-in-law and daughter Mr, and Mrs. William C. Blackwell and son Scott. She was accompanied by Mrs. Blackwell and Scott who will visit here while Mr. Blackwell is in Burbank, Calif., on business. Mr. Sweany met them at the Des Moines Airport Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Blackwell will join his wife and son for a week's visit here after completing his business in California. Hamburger Supper, Oct. 4. Lutheran Church basement. Serving 5 to 8 p.m. adv. Mrs. Reinhart Entertains Club AH members of the G.T.O.B. Club were present Wednesday afternoon when Mrs, Lillian Reinhart was hostess at her home. First prize at one table was awarded to Mr*. Andy Krapfl. Mrs. Carl J. Hess received first prize at the other table. Mrs. John Such- holz kept the traveling prize. Mrs. Reinhart served lunch after the card games. Fall flowers were used in decorating. Mrs. Buchholz will be hostess Oct. 14. MAKE MINCEMEAT About ten members of Lucy's Circle,of the Methodist W.S.C.S. met at the church Tuesday morning for a day of making mincemeat. The women had lunch at the church at noon. Lucy Winter is circle chairman. Z U DEZ2S2B RKMOVCS MUST ••« STAINS km MTKfUiS'SMg •imanlCOffBfOTS Tuinoots-ini AUTO warns Mr. and Mts. P*«l Van PC t came home Wednesday evening after a three-week vacation to various places in Iowa and Minnesota. They went first to Cedar Rapids where Mr. Van Pelt attended Masonic Grand Lodge Sept. 17 and 18 as a delegate. At Lisbon they yis- tied Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Kent, formerly of Carroll. They spent several days at Clinton with Mrs. Van Pelt's mother, Mrs. E. A. Smith; and at Dubuque, they visited her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. D.R. Schwenneker. From there they went to Mankato, Minn., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Haselton and family. A trip to Des Moines completed their vacation. Marjory Parks moved Wednesday from an apartment at 520'i North Adams Street to the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey G. Fleshner, 403 West Third Street. MAJOR SURGERY Mrs. Anton Mueller was scheduled to undergo major surgery at Audubon Memorial Hospital Thursday morning. Her mother, Mrs. Guy Raridon, was in Audubon to be with her during the operation^ "Mystorama" To Be Staged Here Tuesday Boxley and Marie will make an appearance at Carroll High School Auditorium Tuesday, Oct. 6, at | p.m. in a "Mystorama" show. "Mystorama" is a collection of mysteries and illusions from all over the world, featuring a guillotine, mystic silver goblets from India, and "The Floating Princess," a feat of levitation wherein Marie, in a hypnotic spell, i s "floated in mid-air." The two-hour stage revue will be presented under auspices of the Carroll Wa-Tan-Ye Club. Proceeds will be used for local service projects. General chairman is Mrs. Guy Raridon, Wa-Tan-Ye president. Mrs. .Frank Fister and Ethel For. rest are co-chairmen of ticket sales, and Mrs. Keith Eason will hav« charge of the refreshment stand, BROKEN NOSE Charles A. Saunders, 73, of Manilla suffered a badly broken nose when he fell from a stepladder while picking apples Wednesday. He was brought to St. Anthony Hospital where he was admitted at 6:35 p.m. His condition was reported as satisfactory Thursday but he will be hospitalized for at least a week, according to his physician. HANDY HALF GALLON ON DISPLAY! FRIDAY! SPACIOUS! POISED! BEAUTIFUL! LIVELY! Elegant Impala 4-JDoor Sport Sedan*-one o/ IS spanking new Chevrokts you can choose front. . THE SUPERLATIVE '60 CHEVY This is the one that says '60 like no other car. From its clean-thrusting grille to its dapper rear deck, there's so much that is new and different about this superlative Chevrolet it stands out from the rest like a fresh-minted coin, And you'll be just as wide-eyed over what's insid^-the relaxing roominess, tasteful trim, hushed elegance, all comfortably cradled by Full Coil springs at all four wheels. Yet, sumptuous as this new Chevy is, you'll find new economy of operation, new dependability, new longer life. Here, then, we're confident both you and your budget will joyously agree, is the nearest to perfection a low-priced car ever came! Here's the car that introduces a whole new decade of design —with so much that's new and different the other ones can only hope to come close. It's the superlative '60 Chevrolet— with new space inside, new spirit under the hood, new* splendor in •very clean-etched line. Freshly shaped contours rake back from the unified new grille to the jaunty rear deck, fitted with craftsmanship you'd expect only on the most expensive makes. Inside, there's room to sprawl in, room to sit tall in— generously provided by Chevy's sofa-wide seats and extra margin of hat space. And there a even more leg room for the man in the middle—thanks to the way Chevrolet engineers have shaved down the transmission tunnel. Out on the road, as Chevy's Full Coil ride will persuade you most gently, there's not a car near the price that comes close to the hushed comfort of this one. And, adding to your sense of silence and solidity are thicker, newly designed rubber body mounts that do an even more efficient job of filtering out road shock, tire hum and vibration. Quiet, quick-responding power is provided by a choice of two standard en- gines—Chevv's famed Hi- Thrift 6 and a new Economy Turbo-Fire V8 that gets up to 10% more miles out of a gallon of regular while delivering greater engine torque at normal speeds. Chevy's accent on comfort and convenience even extends back to its easier-to- load (and tremendous) luggage compartment. You 11 also find a convenient new parking brake that automatically returns to normal height after application, a new clutch linkage that filters out even the smallest engine impulses more effectively than ever and a trim new two-toning motif that's available on all 16 fresh-minted models. But, impressive as all this may look in print, there's really only one way to tell how near to perfection this superlative '60 Chevrolet actuary comes... and that's to drop in on your dealer and drive one! See your local authorized Chewokt dealer FRIDAY! POISED! QUIET! SMOOTH! LUXURIOUS! FRIDAY! McCOY. "MOTORS CARROLL, IOWA

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