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October 5, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Now Settled in Newly-Built Home- ^i^^^^^^mjMmmuiHt—ain —r^-"——m—T.-M_L-. _i_— - u__________^--————-^ Nugent Adams' Take Active Part in Community Facf 'N' Fancy By GLADYS HOLLAND BECAUSE .... frankfurters are a general favorite with children of school age, hot dog sandwiches in boats are suggested as a variation of theme for home lunches on school days. # * * BOATS .... are made of 6 x 9-inch pieces of aluminum foil folded around frankfurter rolls in the shape of a flat-bottomed craft. They are not only useful in heating and serving the sandwiches but have definite eye appeal. # * # TO MAKE .... frankfurters in boats, stir 3 tablespoons of onion soup mix into 1 cup of boiling water, adding Vz cup of catsup and 2 tablespoons of prepared mustard. Set aside until ready to use. # * * MEANWHILE .... saute I pound of frankfurters, sliced crosswise and '/.> cup of chopped celery in 3 tablespoons of butter or margarine, until lightly browned. # * * | Lifeblood of the city of Carroll ; is its new people who move in from ;olher places, establish homes, and • take active part in the community. Mrs. Nugent Adams, president of the Newcomers Club, is typical. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Adams came here I from Kansas City in April 1958. | They now live in a new home of their own at 500 West 20th Street. Besides heading the Newcomers Club, Mrs. Adams is a member of the Jaycee-ettes and gives volunteer service one morning each week in the coffee shop at St. Anthony Hospital. She belongs to the new Carroll-area Panhellenic Association and was co-chairman of a style show put on by the association this fall for girls planning to enter college. Joins Clubs She has joined a new alumnae club recently organized in the Carroll area by members of the Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and is a member of three bridge clubs — the E.L.J. Club which meets twice a month on Tuesday afternoons, the J.A.B. Club meeting twice a month on Monday evenings, and a nameless club which meets informally on Wednesday aft e r- noons. Through these organization she has made many new friends who help to keep life interesting in her adopted home. Her husband is a field representative of Universal Underwriters, Kansas City, selling insurance to franchised auto dealers in this area. He is active in the Carroll SPRINKLE .... with 2 tablespoons of flour and blend into the tat. Add the onion soup mixture and stir until thickened. Then add J,2 cup of grated Cheddar cheese and stir until melted. * * * SCOOP .... the insides from fi to 10 hot dog rolls and fill with the frankfurter mixture. Place in aluminum boats and heat at 350 degrees for 15 or 20 minutes. Truman Reidas' Anniversary Noted (Times Herald News Service) LAKE VIEW — In honor of Mr. and Mrs, Truman Reida's 25th wedding anniversary a group of friends entertained them at the Brown Derby Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ferguson attended a County Postmasters Association picnic at Odebolt Sunday afternoon. Mr. and'Mrs. Walter Schroeder former Lake View residents now living in Harbor City, Calif., called in the Ed Drilling Sr. home Wednesday.' They are visiting relatives in Schleswig. Mr. August Clausen's father of Newell is confined in the Buena Vista Hospital at Storm Lake with a broken hip. (Advertisement) GETTING UP« It worried by "Bladder Weakness" (Get- tint Dp Nlrhts or Bed Wetting, too frequent, burning or Itching urination), Secondary B»ch»ehe and NervousneBi, or Strong Smelling, Cloudy Urine, dus to common Kidney and Bladder Irritations, try cnraTBX for quick help. Safefor young and old. Ask druggist for OV8TIES. See how fait you improve. Timtt Herald, Carroll, la. g» Monday, October 5, 1959 £j 140 at Fall Rally of Walther League Approximately 140 Walther Leaguers from the Carroll zone attended a fall rally Sunday at Trinity Lutheran Church in Audtibon. Included were 11 from the Carroll church: Deanna Grundmeier, Vivian Sundermann, Marge Ranniger, Mike Olsen, Robert Rose, Vicki Brown, Sheryl Lux, Linda Farrell, Elaine Pluckhahn, Roger Ranniger and Kenny Kieck. Speaker of the afternoon was the Rev. Earl Merz of Sioux City, whose topic was "Vocations in the Church." During the business meeting, the group from Arcadia was presented a plaque for the highest percentage of membership attending. Evening devotions were led by the Audubon league, and supper was served by the women of the Audubon church. The spring meeting will be at Coon Rapids. The Carroll Walther League today has been having a car wash, taking their jobs at the parsonage, or going on call to the owners' homes. Business began at 8:30 and continued until noon. SELF SERVICE PAINESVILLE, Ohio (AP) — A witness reported that one woman on the county relief roll uses a cart from a supermarket to pick up groceries at the Welfare Department's free food distribution. At the beginning of this century, on the average day, 15 million newspapers were purchased. Today. BRAND NEW 1960 HANDCRMTED OOAUIY deluxe ROYAL CLASSIC STYLING 21" overall diag. meas, 262 sq. in. rectangular picture area in grained Walnut, Mahogany, Blond Oak, Maple or Frosted Walnut colors. 2 FRONT MOUNTED SPEAKERS for richett Ion* In television CUSTOM CONTROL panel—all controls located In one place for extra convenience Payments as low as $4. 8 8 Month Several Models In Stock Nowl As low as ..... $179.95 Coast-to-CoQst Store ELMER FRIEDMAN CARROLL, IOWA Jaycees and is a member of the Elks, although his membership as yet has not been transferred from the lodge at LeMars. Both Mr. and Mrs. Adams are native Kansans. Lynne was born in Wichita and graduated from high school there. later attending Kansas State University at Manhatten where she majored in English, planning to become a book critic- after her graduation. She was a member of the English Club, the Pep club and Kappa Kappa Gamma. In her junior year she was a member of the. student governing board. She was graduated in January 1957 and married the following month, joining her husband in Kansas City where she was employed for one year as a correspondent for Hallmark Cards. Mr. Adams was born in Kansas City and attended Kansas State University where he was a member of the Sigma Phi Epsilon fraternity. He was a standout athlete in college, playing varsity basketball for four years and coaching in a nearby high school during his senior year. He was graduated in 1955 and for the following three years was employed as an adjuster for the Farmers Insurance Group. This was his v job until he joined Universal Underwriters shortly before moving to Carroll. He is fond of athletics and follows all sports with interest. He enjoys hunting and has a nine- month old Laborador retrieve who is being trained as a hunting dog. Lynnc's hobby is books. She already has quite a library. She belongs to two book clubs and is a regular patron of the Carroll Public Library. New Home When they first came to Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Adams lived in the Parkview Apartments, moving last June into their new home which had just been completed by the contractor. It is attractively furnished with a combination of modern and traditional pieces Including a large bookcase in tne living room. On the bookcase are two bronze ceramic oriental figures and above it hang two large Utrillo prints. Interesting lamps and ornaments complete the decorations. Recently the couple has become interested in refinishing old furniture. A' coffee table of blond finish, cut down from an old library table, is their first product. They are now at work on another table and a captain's chair. Next spring they plan to put in a garden and have borrowed a garden book to read how it is done. Mrs. Adams has had only a short time to practice cooking but has a collection of good desserts for club meetings and has enjoyed the thrill of being asked for her recipes. Following are some of her bridge club specialties along with other favorites. Pineapple Fluff Vz cup milk 1 Ib. marshmallows FAIRY TALE-COME-TRUE ... His name's really Jack, and the monster plant has grown from a bean. Jack Skinner Jr., 8, of Torrlngton, Wyo., can't begin to reach the top of this giant castor bean plant. Like Jack's bean stalk in the fairy tale, someone threw a bean away, and the plant just grew. 25th Anniversary of Zetetic Club Is Noted at a Party (Tlmei Herald News Service) MANNING — The Zetetic Study Club observed its 25th anniversary at a 6:45 dinner party at the home of Bernice Ohde Tuesday evening. Decorations in silver were used for the occasion. Committee in charge were Mrs. Ohde, Leonora Jensen, Mildred Bennett, Inez Hansen, Elsie Frah'm. Mrs. H. E. Meyers, Mrs. John R. Hansen and Mrs. A. W. Martens, charter members, received corsages from the group. Mrs. Meyers gave a short resume of the club's history. The group played contract, with high prize to Lavon Puck, low to Donna Mullen. Clara Martens received a chair prize. Mrs. Jensen will be hostess at the Oct. 5 meeting of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Guldberg, Coulter, were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. M. Hansen Sunday. Monday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lage, Latimer, and Mrs. Pearl Miller, Austin, Minn.; also Mr. and Mrs. Jake Lage and Mrs. Alfred Ahrendsen and Linda, Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Witt and family, Bonesteel, S.D., visited last week at the Henry J. M. Hansen home and with other relatives in this vicinity. Medical Society Dinner Meeting Is Held in Lake City (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - The Calhoun County Medical Society had a dinner meeting at Martha's Cafe in Lake City Sept. 24. Dr. Paul Van Metre, Rockwell City, presided. The program included a film released by the American Cancer Society. A dinner meeting with the doctors' wives as guests was planned for October, Present were Drs. Van Metre, John Faust, Manson; R. G. Kocksiem, Rockwell City, and Glenn Rost, Paul Fergson, and Dale Christensen, Lake City. The past grands of Star Rebekah Lodge, Lake City, met with Mrs. Julia Buttrick Sept. 23 with Mrs. C M. Joy as co-hostess. Mrs. Ida Randall, president, presided. Mrs. Mayme Jolly was chaplain. Other officers are Mrs. C. M. Joy. vice- president; Mrs. Laura Leathers, secretary; Mrs. Ray Seay, treasurer; Mrs. George Wilson, card chairman. Mrs. Karl Heath is the retiring president. Prizes at canasta went to Mrs. M. D. Radley and Mrs. Evalyn Hucka. About 40 attended the Hamilton family reunion and basket dinner at the Lake City community building Sunday. Appointed as a committee to plan next year's reunion were Mrs. Harold Hamilton, Mrs. Daryl Bean, Mrs. Allie Hamiton, and Mrs. Laura Leathers, Those attending Sunday's reunion were from Ames, Cedar Rapids, Dickens, Fort Dodge, Harcourt, Nevada, Newell, and Lake City. Airman Bates Is Assigned To Base in Greenland (Time* Herald Newi Service) LAKE CITY — A 1-c Willis Bates left Sunday from Des -Moines for a year's assignment in Greenland after spending a 35-day furlough here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bates, and in Laurens with his wife and her parents. During his year in Greenland, Mrs. Bates plans to live in Laurens. Robert Allen Sr. and his two sons, Robert Jr. and Melvin, were at Leech Lake, Minn., last week on a fishing vacation. Other Lake Cit- yans who made a fishing trip last week were Mr. and Mrs. Armund Campbell, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson of Lanesboro, who spent several days at Lake Ida near Alexandria. Dr. Dale Christensen of the staff of McCrary • Rost Hospital here spent Monday and Tuesday in Des Moines attending the meeting of the Iowa Academy of General Practice, held at Hotel Savery. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson entertained Sunday Mrs. Anderson's aunt, Mrs. Alice Anover, Battle Creek, and her cousins, Lewis Dere, Battle Creek; Mrs. Sylvan Potts, Cascade Locks, Ore.; and Mrs. Raymond Hain, Scottsbluff, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Smith, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Campbell attended the state plowing match held Friday near Hprnick on the farm of Mrs. Melvin Campbell's uncle, Ed Beem. 2 cups whipping cream 2 cups crushed pineapple ^ cup chopped walnuts 20 graham crackers Melt the marshmallows and milk together in a double boiler. Cool. Fold in whipped cream, pineapple and nuts. Roll the graham crackers fine. Put half of the crumbs in the bottom of i pan and pour the pineapple mixture over. Sprinkle the rest of the crumbs on top. Serve tvith whipped cream topped with a maraschino cherry. This recipe serves 12 to 14. It can be made the day before serving. Refrigerate. Pineapple Refrigerator De»«ert Crush vanilla wafers to make l<4 cups. Spread 1 cup of crumbs in the bottom of an 8 or 9-inch square pan. Beat together until light and fluffy: Vt cup soft butler l cup sifted powdered sugar 1 egg Spread this mixture over the crumbs. Whip until stiff: 1 cup whipping cream Fold in: l¥t cups (No. 2 can) drained crushed pineapple Spread this over the butter mixture. Sprinkle the remaining crumbs on top. Cover with waxed paper. Chill overnight. Cut in squares or oblongs. This recipe will make approximately nine servings. Chocolate Toffee Dessert Roll fine: 20 vanilla wafers (1 cup crumbs) Shenandoahcnn Wins Speech Competition Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Grouse represented the Carroll Toastmasters Club at a District 19 fall rally of Toastmasters Clubs Sunday at the Boone Country Club. In his capacity of area governor, Mr. Mcllvain was in charge of one of the preliminary humorous ^peech contests held during the morning. The final contest took place following a noon luncheon and was won by James Griffith of Shenandoah who spoke on "Speech Impediment". The Carroll club was not represented in the contest. A table centerpiece given as a draw prize at the luncheon was v/on by Mrs. Crouse. An educational session and business meeting of local, area and state club officers occupied the afternoon. Women visitors went on a trip to The Ledges State Park during the morning. In the afternoon, they were entertained by Mrs. H. C. Overbeck, a Boone artist who demonstrated oil painting, and Mrs. Ed die Carlson of Boone, hat collector, who spoke on the topic "Let's Talk Hats". Rotarians Viiir Dr. Dappen's Farm « (Tlmei Herald Jfew» Service) MANNING — "Following their regular dinner meeting Sept. 29, Manning Rotarians adjourned to farm of Dr. R. R. Dappen near Botna, to/ view recent improvements made there. Dr. W. P. Chandler, who has been program chairman for three months, has turned over that assignment to Dr. Richard E. Drennen, for a three-month period. The 5th annual Smorgasbord of the Manning Presbyterian men will be served at the church Sunday evening, Oct. 18. SPECIAL PRIVILEGE . . . Lady, a nine-month old Labrador retriever belonging to Mr. and Mrs. Nugent Adams gets special permission to jump on the sofa and be photographed with her mistress in the Adams home at 500 West 20th Street. Mr. and Mrs. Adams moved here In April J958. Mrs. Adams is president of the Newcomers Club. Mr. Adams U an insurance man. (Staff Photo) Cream together: % cup soft butter IMi cups powdered sugar Stir in: 2 egg yolks 2 4-oz. bars German sweet chocolate, melted, (or 1% cups melted semi-sweet chocolate chips) Fold in: 2 egg whites, stiffly beaten Sprinkle half of the crumbs on the bottom of an 8-inch square pan. Spread the chocolate mixture over the crumbs. Chill. Serve small squares topped with whipped cream. This recipe yields 9 to 12 servings. Since it is very rich, small portions are advised. Raspberry Dessert 3 egg whites, beaten stiff 12 soda crackers, crushed 1 cup granulated sugar V4 tsp. baking powder V* cup nuts Beat the egg whites. Fold in crackers and nutmeats. Bake 30 minutes at 350 degrees in an 8 x 8-inch pan. Top with whipped cream and partially thawed frozen red raspberries. This recipe serves nine. Lasagne 1 Ib. ground beef 2 cloves garlic 1 Ib. flat noodles (or Lasagne noodles) 1 No. 2 can tomatoes 1 can tomato sauce 1 Ib. Mozzarella cheese l /2 Ib. Ricotta cheese (or cottage cheese) \'i cup Parmesan cheese Salt and pepper to taste Brown the meat in 2 tablespoons of butter and pressed garlic. Add tomatoes and tomato sauce and simmer 15 minutes. Boil noodles in salted water 15 minutes. Place in a greased casserole a layer of noodles, a layer of tomato and meat sauce and a layer of cheeses. Then start over again, ending with a layer of meat sprinkled with cheese. Serve with garlic bread and combination salad. Meat Balls and Spaghetti IVz Ibs. veal with a little pork ground in Salt and pepper to taste Flatten the ground meat and mix: l'/2 cups bread crumbs to cup Parmesan cheese 1 section garlic, diced 1 tbs. onion 2 tbs. parsley 2 tbs. celery leaves Mix all of this together with the meat. Add and mix in: 6 eggs If the mixture is too dry. add more eggs. Shape into meat balls and brown in a skillet. Sauce Put a tablespoon of grease in a skillet and brown: 1 diced onion 5 sections garlic, not cut up Strain through a colander: 1 No. 2',2 can tomatoes Add: a can water Then add: 1 can tomato paste 3 cans water (tomato paste size) '•i tsp. baking soda ¥2 cup sugar 1 tbs. salt '/2 tsp. pepper Add browned onions and garlic. Let the sauce come to a rolling ball; then add meat balls and cook slowly for 2 hours. Serve with cooked spaghetti. 1960 FORD . . . Galaxie Town Victoria shares the all-new styling characteristics of the other Ford models, yet bears unmistakable resemblance to the elegant Thunderbird profile. The new Galaxie is one inch lower than the 1959 model, but has more Interior room for six persons than ever before. The galaxie also Is available as a two-or four-door sedan. All Fords for 1960 have the slim-line, forward sloping front roof pillar that eliminates the "dog leg" for easier entry. THIRD TIME'S CHARM CHICKASHA, Okla. (AP) - A 00-year-old motorist struck a horse and rider with his car, knocking them into a ditch. A short distance away he barely missed an ambulance, but collided headon with a! wrecker. You Con Make Yourself Over in a Suit You Con Moke For Yourself . . . You've been trying on the new fall suits . . . haven't you? You like their wonderful colors . . . new silhouettes ... but somehow, let's face it ... you just dpn't seem to be the "suit type." Or the suits don't seem to be "your type." Nonsense. 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