Past Matrons Night Observed At O.E.S. Past Matrons and Patrons Night was observed at the regular October meeting of Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of Eastern Star, in the Ulasonic Temple Monday evening. A potluck dinner was served in the dining room at 6:30. Centering the serving table were arrangements of fall flowers and autumn leaves. Small bouquets of man- golds and twisted brown candles arranged with yellow straw flowers extended down the length of the other tables. The committee in charge included Mrs. E. V. Davenport, chairman. Mr. and Mrs. \Vil- Mr., Mrs. Bluml Entertain Sunday Mr. and Mrs Otto Bluml entertained at dinner and supper in their home Sunday celebrating the first communion of their son Duane at SS. Peler and Paul's Church at 8 a.m. mas? Sunday, and the re- rent birthday of their son Dean Jeffrey. Among the guests were Duane's godparents. Mrs Otto Kasperbauer i his grandmother' and Anton Bluml. both of Carroll. 0 I h e r guests were Mr. and Mrs. Al Son- dtreroth and daughters. Ann Kasperbauer. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Kasbauer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kasperbauer and sons. Alvina Snyder. and Virginia Venteicher, Carroll: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Venteicher and sons. Glidden: Mr. and Mrs Duane Lasher and ] sons. Lake Cily; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Bluml and daughters. Dedham. The boys' brother Dwight was also present. . Crouse Cartage Co. Carrel) — P No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! ALLIED VAN LINES, toe Courteous Convenient Carrier Hard Bentley. Mrs. Art. Geier and i Mrs. Laura Parker, all of Glidden. i * * * The regular meeting followed at ;8 p.m., with Mrs. Fred Schaefer ! and L. B. McFee, worthy matron j nnd patron, presiding. Fourteen ipsst matrons and seven past pa trons of Signet Chapter or other Iowa chapters were presented and welcomed by the worthy matron. Mrs. Frank A. Tooley sang "Star of the East", accompanied by Kdith Grahm. organist, after which gifts were presented to each of the past natrons and patrons. Announcement was made of the K2nd annual Grand Chapter of Iowa, a "World Friendship Session." to be held Oct. 27-29 at Memorial Coliseum, Cedar Rapids. * * # Plans are being made for a special meeting of Signet Chapter Thursday evening. Oct. 15. Mrs. June Watson, Waterloo, Wort h y Grand Matron. Howard L. Lyon, Avoca, Worthy Grand Patron, and Hugh Tamisiea, Most Wor t h y Grand Patron, are expected to attend. Invitations were read to friendship meetings at Miriam Chapter, Scranton, Friday, Oct. 9, at 8 pin.; and Wall Lake Chapter No. 101, 7:30 p.m. Oct. 20. 5TH ANNIVERSARY PARTY Relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heinrichs at their home in Carroll Saturday evening in celebration of their fifth wedding anniversary. Cards were played, a purse given to the Heinrichs, and lunch which the guests brought was served, including a decorated cake made by Mrs. Don Koester. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinrichs and Maury, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Koester, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Heinrichs, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. 1 Cletus Heinrichs, Marshalltown, and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Loew, Carroll. TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Kaschmltlef, Sheldon, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joan to Paul J. Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs, Knute Nelson, Carroll. The wedding wilt take place Oct. 24 At St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Sheldon. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents tor North Amtrlean van Llne», ihe. Mt. Carmel Altar Society Begins Season The Altar Society of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church had its firs meeting of the fall season in the wish hall Monday night, which was opened with prayer by the Rev. 0. W. Koester. Mrs. Herbert Ludwig, president conducted the business session. I was voted that each member should furnish the lunch kitchen with a tea towel. Bunco was played after the business meeting. Mrs. Frank Rutten received -the high prize Mrs. Al Tief en thaler, second high; and Mrs. Lawrence Steffes, low Mrs. Henry Wuebker won the door prize; and Mrs. Lawrence Werni mont was awarded a s p e c i a '. prize. Circle II served dessert and cof fee at the close of the evening Mrs. Andrew Venner is chairman and Mrs. Art Ludwig, co-chairman. Donna Riesberg Sets Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riesberg of Jesup, formerly of Carroll, announce the engagement of their daughter, Donna Mae, to Joseph Grote, son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Herman Grote of Arcadia. Saturday, Nov. 28, has been set as the date of the wedding which will take place at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Conni Colum toy NOT SO TRAGIC Ink spilled on deep pile carpeting can be removed! Use blotters to soak up excess ink. Generously apply table salt to the spot. Allow to' stand a few minutes. Rub it in. Repeat salt treatment, till it no longer absorbs a stain. Scrub spot with milk, then with warm soapy water. Rub briskly with clean cloth to dry, STILL USEFUL When an ojd hair brush becomes too worn to use, trim bristles down with scissors, Present it to Dad ... tell him it's a dandy to clean clogged files with. SIZE IS RIGHT Save nail polish applicators' for a new use. Thoroughly clean them with polish remover; wash with warm soapy water. When your little pre-schooler gets the urge to paint, these will be easiest for him to handle. OVEN-SHY COOKIES A sweet treat so quick to prepare: Melt 1 six ounce package chocolate chips in top of double boiler. Remove from heat. Stir in 1 cup corn (lakes, */2 cup shredded coconut, 1 tsp. flavoring and l /% cup chopped salted peanuts. Drop by teaspoonful on waxed paper. Chill in gas refrigerator. Makes 2 dozen nibblers for tha Bchool crowd. BE A SMOOTHIE Save tedious hours of ironing! Remove articles from your gas dryer when they still have whiffs of dampness in them. Shake wrinkles out of work-clothes, T-shirts, pajamas, sheets, pillowcases. Finger-press seams, hems, cuffs, collars, facings. Fold smoothly, and place on gas dryer top. (It'll supply just enough heat to remove the last traces of dampness). Most items will be ready to put away... others need just a touch of an iron. Try it next wash- day; save time and work. P.S. Gas dryers are available at your Iowa Electric Light & Power Company or gas appliance dealer. CHOCOLATE ROLL Hats off to Mrs. Orville Hansen, KimbaUtown, Iowa, for sharing this recipe: Sift together 6 Tbsp. cake flour, tsp. baking powder, tsp. salt. Separate 4 eggs. Beat whites until frothy, then gradually add % cups sugar. Beat yolks until thick; add 1 tap. vanilla, Fold both mixtures together gently. Fold dry ingredients into egg mixture. Add 2 squares melted chocolate. Mix gently, but thoroughly. Turn into 10J/6 x 15 inch greased, waxed-paper lined pan. Bake in 350-i degree gas oven 15 to 20 minutes. Meanwhile, prepare filling: Blend together Ity cup sweetened condensed milk, 1 Tbsp. water, % tsp. salt, 2 squares unsweetened chocolate, % tsp. vanilla. Heat in double boiler until thick and glossy. Turn out cake on cloth sprinkled with confectioners sugar. Spread half the frosting on the still-warm cake. Quickly roll it, jelly-roll style. Frost outside with remaining filling. COOKING IN ORBIT The gas industry is finding even more ways to use natural gas! Uses are as up- to-date as the newest space station, or latest flight into space. A gas range of the future will cook without) a visible flame; large outdoor areas will be heated with natural gas; gas appliances will be remote-controlled. Now in the planning, these new advances mean a fabulous future for you! Make natural gas part of your living today. Northern Natural Gas Company pipes this miracle fuel to youi Iowa Electric Light & Power Company, who pipes it into your home... to help you to live better now, and for all the years to come, C © Nerthtrn Natural Cat Company, Omahg, Nebraska Blue Ribbons Won By 2 Carroll Study Clubs The Clio and F.L.C. Clubs of Carroll received blue ribbons, the highest rating, for their yearly program booklets at the annual meeting of the Sixth District Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs held Monday at Pocahontas. The meeting, attended by approximately 400 clubwomen, was held at the Pocahontas Catholic School. Representing the Carroll clubs were Clio president Mrs. L. E. Sweany and daughter Mrs. William C. Blackwcll, Richardson. Tex., Mrs. W. Paul Forney, Mrs. Duane Shriver, Mrs. E. Dale Johnson and Mrs. Don L. Hillyer. * * * Convention chairman was Mrs. R. E. Fullerton, Laurens. Registration and coffee hour began at 8 a.m, The day's program included music, meditation, business meeting, reports, skits, workshops and tours of exhibits in the various departments of federated club work. New officers were elected, with Mrs. Leslie Leonard, Boone County, elected as director Luncheon was served at noon an an informal tea after the mid afternoon adjournment. Hostes clubs were Fonda, Gilmore City Laurens, Pocahontas and Rolfe. * * * Mrs. Hillyer, Carroll Count Federation chairman, participate in a skit for county chairmen en titled "Busy Hands." Mrs. John son had an exhibit of her hane painted pictures; and Mrs. Car Bauerle, F.L.C. Club president sent an exhibit of her work i ceramics. Mrs. Ronald L. Ream i 6th district program judge. In he absence, Mrs. Forney gave a tal on program planning and an nounced the winning program booklets. Members of the Clio program committee were Mrs. Forney Mrs. Shriver and Mrs. H. L Hightshoe, who has since move to Omaha. F.L.C. Club program committee members were Mrs Clyde Bayllss, Mrs. B. W. Fis and Maude Fritz. Newman Study Club Begins Its 43rd Year Newman Study Club began activities of Its 43rd year Monday evening at a t o'clock dinner In the Gold Room of the Burke Motor Inn, under chairmanship of Mrs. F. P. Collison and Mrs. Ned Collison. Nineteen members and two guests, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Patrick T. Lynch, and Mrs. R. J, Ferlic, participated. Table appointments were in keeping with the program. Fashion roses centering green-bells of Ireland were In Belleek vases. Strands of ivy ribboned the length of the white linen cloth. A golden harp entwined with greenery and the soft light of green candles in brass candelabra enhanced the setting. * * * In the absence of the president, Mrs. Ed'Wicland, the vice president, Mrs. Mike Wittrock, presided. Program chairmen Mrs. 0. J. Murphy and Mrs. Frank Balk distributed programs for the year. Mrs. Murphy discussed briefly the :heme of study, "History in the Making." Concerning this she said, "Interest in public affairs is necessary to sustain freedom." Mrs. Ned Collison then had charge of the program for the evening. Mrs. Ferlic sang two Irish songs, "My Wild Irish Rose" and "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling." Upon request, Msgr. Lynch sang "Mother Machree" and "Off to Philadelphia in the Mornin'." Mrs. L. R. Chapman was piano accompanist for both soloists. * * * Feature of the evening was a talk by Msgr. Lynch on "My Trip to Ireland." He said that through the generosity of friends on the occasion of his 50th anniversary in the priesthood, his trip a year later, in 1958, was made possible. His trip was mostly by plane. Before leaving the States he visited briefly with relatives in Detroit and Baltimore, and then via Gander he arrived in Ireland and on to his old home in Carreck, about 50 miles from Dublin. He mentioned a visit to the Shrine of Knock as one of the highlights of his trip, and told of the spiritual benefits' accruing from such pilgrimages. He pictured the beautiful lake and mountains near Carreck. It was there that he performed the marriage ceremony of a niece, He told of familiar sights of the old city where for a long time hi ancestors lived, and of many rela tives in the religious life. An old er brother is still an active pasto of a large parish. He also visitec a nephew priest and a cousin wh is a canon. He has five cousins who are priests and -a niece who is a nun in Africa. Another .rela live, now deceased, was Bishop James O'Reilly. He said, "Al though the land is poor, the Irish did well in the church. From Ire land went missionaries to every country in the world." Msgr Lynch said he had an uncle who was a priest in America 100 years ago; and that no doubt through his inspiration, he always wantec to come to America. With this las home voyage, Msgr. Lynch hac crossed the Atlantic 13 times. * * * The club will hold its next meeting Oct. 19. Mrs. John C. Heider will be hostess. Shower Given for JeanC. Schouerat Janning Residence Jean Catherine Schouer, who wil marry Lawrence fanning Oct. 17 ai Arlington, Minn./was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sun day afternoon at the home of Mr and Mrs. John B. Janning, Route 2, Carroll. Bingo and bunco were played with a bunco prize awarded to Clara Kanne. The bride-elec opened her gifts, and lunch was attended by approximately 30 guests. Mrs. Wunschel Entertains Club Mrs. Russell S. Wunschel entertained the J.A.B. Club at her home Monday evening at a dessert- bridge. High score prize was won by Mrs. Ernest Grenier; second high by Mrs. R. K. Richardson, who attended as a new member; and the traveling prize was retained by Mrs, Harry Kunze. Mrs. Nugent Adams will be hos tess to the club Nov. 16. LOOK AT THIS . . . SPECIAL PURCHASE KUEMPER BLOUSES Because of our connection with a famous brand blouse company, we were able to buy these blouses to sell to you at this low, low price. • Tailored to exact Kutmper specifications. • Short or long sleeve stylet. • Sltei 30 to 38. WATERS 1 5th St. Dept. Store 4 Tim** Herald, Carroll, It. Tuesday, October 6, 1959 TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. John Starman announce the approaching marriage of their daughter LaVonne to Edmund Berger, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Berger of Carroll. The ceremony will lake place Saturday morning, Nov. 14, at Holy Angels Church, Roselle. Mrs; Smith President of Trinity Guild Mrs. L. A. Smith will serve as president of Trinity Episco p a Guild during the 1960 year, accord ing to the slate of officers voted upon at the regular meeting Mon day evening at the home of Myrtle Walden. Others are Mrs. J. D. Moore vice-president; Mrs. Charles You mans, secretary, and Miss Wai den, treasurer, They will take of fice in January. Meantime, they will select members of their com mlttees and decide on policies they hope to develop during the year The church women at Trinity Episcopal Church, Denison, invited the Carroll women to their Nov. t. meeting to hear a talk by Mrs George Paradise of Sioux City, dio cesan Church Periodical Club sec retary. The local guild, voted to ac cept the invitation and to cancei the November meeting. If business warrants, a called meeting may be arranged later in the month. * * * During the business meeting, the women furthered arrangements for :he annual fall rummage sale which will be Oct. 16 and 17 In the Arts building. Mrs. L. A. Wederath is in charge. They agreed to remember Mrs. John Morrison of Glidden with a gift. The family is moving to Des Moines. Devotions were by Mrs. Vyrle L. Eckard, whose theme was "birth." The lesson was by Odella Me- Gowan, who continued in the ser ies from the book, "Christian Living," on a chapter about "Death. 1 The author began this chapter quoting from a petition in the service of Evening Prayer, "grant us grace always to live in such a state Lhat we may never be afraid to die; so that, living and dying, we may be thine." * * * While "We do not know, and iu this life we shall never know, whal lies beyond that mysterious threshold," the author remarked, it is "Christianity's unconquerable cer- iainty of God's will that all mankind shall finally come to be with Him in glory." A guest of the group was Mrs, C. H. Gilllland of Des Moines. Jessie McMahon was co-hostess with Miss Walden. DeBelles Meet at Mrs. Kratoska's The DeBelles were guests of Mrs. James J. Kratoska for two tables of bridge at her home Monday eve ning. Mrs, John Gronstal received the ligh score prize; Mrs. G. Arthur Vlinnich Jr., second high, and Mrs, Dick Happe, low. Mrs. Dale Textor and Mrs. M. J. Hall were guests in addition to members. Each received a prize. Mrs. Kratoska served dessert and coffee after the games. . The club's next meeting will be n three weeks, Oct. 26, at Mrs. Winnich's home. add new glamour to your diamond ring Givt it a ntw, Modem telling... Selected from] •ttr custom stock.., mounted right in our store Iff I A wide range of new designs to enhance any stone. Reasonably priced. LOEHR and SHRIVER JEWELERS 107 W. 5th Personal Paragraph Mary Happe, a freshman at the College of St. Mary's. Omaha, returned to Omaha Monday morning after spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Happe. She came to attend Kuemper High School homecoming activities. CD of A Rummage sale. Friday and Saturday, Oct. 9 and 10. Open at 10 a.m., Arts Bldg. Pick-ups, call 3151, 3733. adv. S h e r y 1 Schumacher. Omaha, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Schumacher. John C. Schumacher and Elmer Fricke, Carroll, and Dr. N. E. Waples, Jefferson, have returned from a deer hunting trip to Douglas. Wyo. Each received his limit. Rummage sale Lutheran Church basement, 9 a.m. Fri., Oct. 9. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry returned Monday from a weekend visit with their son and daughter- in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gayden Perry Is Minneapolis and Mrs. Perry's mother Mrs. C. S. Clausen and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Paradee at Sacred Heart, Minn. Calendar Tuesday— Sr. Imsculata GUild potluck, 8:30 p.m., St Joseph's Hall Entre Nous Club, Mrs. W. L. Me- Conkie, 1:30 p.m. Fortnighters, Mrs. Mike Wittrock 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. Homayne E. Huffman Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Paul Grouse 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- Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, CD of A, 8 p.m. United Presbyterian Women Circles: I Mrs. Albert C. Wagner, II Mrs. Arthur Neu; III, Mrs. William Keith; IV, Mrs. Colburn Collinge 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 St. Lawrence Sewing Circle P.F.F. Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten New Deal Club, Mrs. Joe Wittry Thursday— Newcomers Club, Carroll Country Club A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Paul Oswald V. F. W. Auxiliary, Library Clubroom Beulah Country Club, Mrs. William Kuker Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. William Kanne Bridgettes, Mrs. Clarence Spaen I. and 0. Club, Mrs. William Eischeid Triple C. Club. 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