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Chris Ottos to Celebrate 40th Anniversary Mr end Mrs. Chris Otto will observe their 4ftth wedding anniversary with a hieh mass to be celebrated by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Grefeman in SS. Peter and Paul Church at a a.m. Saturday and a dame for relatives and friends who \<ish to attend in the Slarline ball- loom at !' o'clock Saturday night. A family dinner will be served in the Otto home. All of Mr. and Mrs Otto's children except Mrs. LeRoy Sperry of Cody, Wyo., will be here for the occasion. Expected to take part in the celebration are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pietig of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holzapfel of Omaha, and Mr. and Mrs. William M Otto of Carroll and their families. Mr. and Mrs. Otto were married at SS Peter and Paul Church in Carroll, October 8, 1919. TfmM H«r«ld, Clrrell, It. Priday, Oetobir «, }959 Mrs. Katherine Stevens Thomp son, El Monte, Calif., is expected to arrive Saturday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall until Tuesday. Mrs. Thompson's hus band was coach at Carroll High School from 1923 to 1928. The younger generation picks up things from the older generation and then get heck for it. I Starline Ballroom Sat., Oct. 10 MYSTERY BAND NITE Loads of Valuable FREE PRIZES PLUS Surprise Mystery Band TO WED ... Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Cogley, Bancroft, an- nonncc the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Betty Jean, to Donald Gute, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gute, Carroll. The wedding will take place at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 7 at St. John's Church, Bancroft. The A.B.C. Club Meets Thursday at Mrs. Paul Oswald's A.B.C. Club members met a the home of Mrs. Paul Oswalf Thursday for 1 an afternoon of pi nochle. An additional guest was Mrs. Kenneth Hackett, who receiv ed a gift from her hostess. Mrs. Arnold Meyers received the prize for high score, Mrs. Virgi Neumayer. second high, and Mrs Bob Gaffney, low. At the conclusion of the games Mrs. Oswald served lunch. Mrs. Frank Reiling Jr., Lake View, will be the next hostess on Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 4. I and 0 Club Is Entertained by Mrs. Wm. Eischeid Mrs. William Eischeid entertain ed members of the I and 0 Club at her home Thursday afternoon Two tables of bridge were play ed, with Mrs. Mary Enenbach win ing high score prize at one table and Mrs. T. J. Potthoff at the other. Lunch was served after the games. Mrs. J. J. Lappe will entertain the club Thursday, Oct. 22. Mrs. R. Schechtman Heads Newcomers Club Mrs. Ronald Schechtman wa elected president of the Newcomer Club at a dinner meeting at th Carroll Country Club Thursday eve ning. Mrs. George Morgan is the new vice president; Mrs. Roge Bilke, secretary, and Mrs. J. D Moore, treasurer. They were elect ed by unanimous ballot for a six month term. * * * The meeting was attended by 73 members and guests. A Halloween theme was used in decorating the dinner tables and dining room. A hatted jack-o-lantern on a bed 01 leaves, flanked by black candles centered the officers' table. Smal ler jack-o-lanterns were on the oth er tables, and nutcups were minia^ ture caldrons. Two dolls dressed in Halloween costumes were on either side of a bouquet of fall flowers on the fireplace mantle. Mrs. Sheldon Barnes, vice president, introduced guests who were attending Newcomers for the firs! time. They included Mrs. John Lamphere, Mrs. Donald Woker Mrs. Joe Bernhardt, Mrs. Roger Lynch, Mrs. Walter Seyller, Mrs Russel Franz, Mrs. Joseph Win ker, Mrs. Richard Heinrichs, Mrs Don Casey and Mildred Bower. At tending for the second time were Mrs. Eugene Gallagher, Mrs. The odore Gamm, Mrs. Kenneth Huerg erich, Mrs. Kenneth Shelly, and Mrs. Richard Larsen. Mrs. Raymond Berger introducec here sister-in-law, Mrs. Helen Schmitt; and Mrs. R. J. Clark in troduced her daugher Rita. * * * Mrs. Justin Blatt reported on the Oct. 4 card party, which was at tended by 26 couples. 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Call W today, Phone 2863 Don't Start the Heating Season with Dirty Filters CHANGE FILTERS NOW! SEE US TODAY DREES CO. Heating—Plumblnp--Air Conditioning Contractor!—-Gatolln* Fuel Oil Tank Wagon Delivery 609 N. Carroll St. and We»t on Hiway 30 — Carroll, low* Mrs. Don Bierstedt, Mrs. H. K Richardson, Mrs. Martin Crete man, Mrs. Fred Whitmore, Mrs. Jack Dryden, Mrs. Robert Myott Mrs. Robert Griffith, Mrs. George Pease, and Mrs. Steve Huffman. A coffee will be given by Mrs. Boyer Oct. 12. Table Committee for the November meeting will include Mrs. Nugent Adams, chairman, Mrs. Norman Hutcheson, Mrs. William M. Otto and Mrs. Martin Greteman. Short talks were given by Mrs. Schechtman, accepting her election as president, and by Mrs. Adams, retiring president, who thanked the group for their cooperation during her term of office. The free dinner was won by Mrs. James J. Karns. An evening of cards followed the meeting. Mrs. Dwayne Anderson and Mrs. D. E. Morrow were winners of high and low score bridge prizes. At court whist, Mrs. Merle Grouse won high, and Mrs. Woker, low. The next meeting will be Thursday evening, Nov. 12. Mrs. Hagedorn Entertains Club at Dessert Bridge Mrs. Don Hagedom was hostess Thursday evening to members of the Triple C Club, and two additional guests, Mrs. R. P. Lippincott and Mrs. Ernest Grenier. Dessert and coffee were served before the bridge games, at which Mrs. Allen Siemer received the ligh score and traveling prize and Mrs. Don Tigges, low. Mrs. F. J. Schlorholtz will entertain Thursday evening, oct. 29. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Stork and family, Omaha, spent Thursday with Mrs. Stork's mother, Mrs. E. A. Schiltz. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage, — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Lines, inc. TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. William Eich, Blooming Prairie, Minn., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Virginia* to Dale R. Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph K. Hoffman, Hayfield, Minn. The wedding will be Nov. 21 at St. Columbanus Catholic Church, Blooming Prairie. Churches 1ST METHODIST CHURCH Earl E. Josten, Pastor Coon Rapids, Iowa Leo Schneider, Board Chairman Don Halverson, Lay Leader Delmar Johnson, Church School Supt. Friday— 2 p.m. W.S.C.S. Circles 1, 2, 3 and 4. Sunday, Oct. 11— 9:30 a.m. Church School. 10:45 a.m. Worship. Sermon: 'The Grace of God". Scripture led jy Sue Ayers. Greeters, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Shaffer; Candles by Judy and Trudy Alex. 2 p.m. Sr. High MYF Council, iighly important meeting. 5 p.m. Jr. High MYF, Bob Herbert president. 5:30 p.m. Sr. MYF led by Cathy Caswell and Bob Josten. (Our pastor will address Young Adults of Bagley, 6:30 p.m.) Monday— 7:30 Membership and Evange- ism Commission, Mrs. Anita Carlson, chairman. 8 p.m. Worship Commission. Jruce Annear, chairman. Tuesday— 8 p.m. Young Churchmen of R. and Star, Fellowship Hall. Thursday— 2 p.m. Gleaners. 7:30 p.m. Missions, Stewardship, and Finance Commissions. 8 p.m. Official Board. Saturday and Sunday, Young Churchmen Weekend, at Wesley iVoods. 1TAR METHODIST CHURCH ]arl E. Josten, Pastor Coon Rapids, Iowa Hyde Logan, Board Chairman rlenn Bolger, Lay Leader Myron Bundt, Church School Supt. Sunday, Oct. 11— 9:30 a.m. Worship. Sermon, "By he Grace of God". 10:15 afm. Church School. 7:30 p.m. Sr. High MYF. Tuesday— 8 p.m. Young Churchmen at Coon lapids. Thursday— 8 p.m. Willing Workers at Chas. Beach home. Saturday afternoon until Sunday afternoon, Youth Churchmen Week- ind at Wesley Woods. iunday, Oct. 18— Layman's Day. ST METHODIST CHURCH ilidden, Iowa. /. P. Hughes, Minister. Sunday School at 9:30 a.m. Worship Service at 10:30 a.m. The U. R. Welcome Sunday chool class will enjoy a dinner to- ^^ ^m^ -^^»- -^BP^- -^^^f -^^^- -^^^- ~^mm Calendar Friday— D.A.R. 9:30 a.m., Burke Motor Inn Rebekah Lodge, I O.O.F. Hall F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Alfred H. Meyers Saturday— St. Lawrence Guild, Dessert-card party, 1:30 p.m. A.F.L. Pinochle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Masching Bridge-dinner, Country Club Sunday- Presbyterian Mariners E.T.W. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille t Monday— 8 to 12 Club. Mrs. C. D. Andrews A B Club, Mrs. Verdis Hausen liound Table, Mrs. R. W. Humphrey Monday Bridge Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. J. C. Heider Fall and Fur Fashion Show Kuemper Auditorium, 8 p.m. Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Girl Scout Assn. Halloween Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. John E. Martin P.E.O., Mrs. F. M. Heath Beta Upsilon Chapter, Mrs. Keith Eason Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30 Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Vernis Juergens Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Ray Boughton gether in the church dining room Sunday, Oct. 11, at 6:30 p.m. Choir rehearsal Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. On Sunday, Oct. 18, Sunday School will start at 10:00 a.m. and the preaching service at 11:00 a.m. The minister will be back for the preaching service Sunday, Oct. 18, Sunday morning. The Home Builders Sunday School class will have a potluck supper at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 13, at the home of Mrs. Alta Reever. Plans have been made for a "Quiet Day" of worship and meditation for Thursday, Oct. 29. Details of the service will be announced later. Everyone will be welcome to attend. The Glidden WSCS has been invited to be guests of the Lanesboro Woman's Society of Christian Service Wednesday, Oct. 14, at 2 p.m. FRIENDS CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. Albert and Gladys Archer, Pastors. Sunday school at 10:00 a.m. Morning worship at 11:00 a.m. Young people's meeting at 6:45 p.m. Evening worship at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday evening prayer service at 8:00 p.m. Personal Paragraphs Kathryn B. Wlrth, Lancaster, loosa, who visited briefly in the Mo., and Virginia Brightwell. La- home of Mrs. Heinncn s parents. Belle, Mo., are coming Friday to; Mr. and Mrs. W. J Jackley before visit Mrs. Bertha Johnson. They returning to Oskaloosa plan to be here through next week. Nadine McClung, Wall Lake, is coming Saturday evening to spend the weekend at Mrs. Johnson's home. All are former teachers in the Carroll Public School. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wells and Mr. and Mrs. Larry West spent Wednesday in Des Moines, celebrating Mrs. Wells' birthday. In the evening they attended Shipstads and Johnson 1960 Ice Follies at Veterans Memorial Auditorium. Jerry Wllley, who had been hospitalized at University Hospitals, Iowa City, for the past four weeks returned to his home Thursday afternoon. He was brought home by Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Heinrich, Oska- I)r. and Mrs. F. M. Cory. Chandler. Ariz., visited Dr. Cory's sister, Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Wednesday They have been spending the summer at their farm in southern Iowa and will be returning soon to Arizona. Mr and Mrs. John Zlmmer, Rock Island, III.. Mr. and Mrs Frank Heller, Appleton, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heller, Chicago, returned to their homes Wednesday after visiting in the Joseph E. Heller home, called by Mr. Heller's illness and death. Mrs. Zimmer is a daughter, and Frank Heller and Lawrence Heller are brothers of the late Joseph E. Heller. Lake City School News Compiled for School by Correspondent Vol. 5 . No. 4 homecoming at A TV MUSICAL TREAT! First of a star-studded series. .. GRACE BIBLE CHURCH Glidden, Iowa. Gordon Rooze, Pastor.. 10; 00 a.m. Bible School. Classes for all ages. A time of good fellowship together. 11:00 a.m. Morning worship service. Continued studies on the Book of Ephesians. 8:00 p.m. Evangelistic service. Good gospel singing. Continued studies in the Tribulation Period. 8:00 p.m. Wednesday, prayer and praise service. "The church in the heart of the community, with the community at heart." 1MMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Lidderdale, Iowa. William G. Landgraf, Jr. Pastor. A. L. Daenzer, Principal. Oct. 11— Worship Service 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Luther Day Choir Rehearsal at Carroll 2:30 p.m. Oct. 14— Walther League 8:00 p.m. Oct. 15— Choir Practice 8:00 p.m. HOMECOMING ROYALTY Roberta Middleton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jay Middleton, was crowned Queen of Lake City's the annual pep meeting in the high school gymnasium h e r e. Her attend a n ts were Juanita Miller, Janice Streeter, and Patricia Woody, with the honorary kindergar- Roberta Middleton ten attendants, David Doty and Debra Deuel. Officiating at the coronation were the co-captains, Craig Colvig, Darrell Christian, and Robert Kraft. Coach Jim Yunek and his team were presented, and talks were given by Seupt. Henderson, Rev. Ralph Golliher, Mrs. Francis Van Ann, and L. E. Swanson. In the skit competition, the sophomores received first with their fashion show. Jun- CHOSEN . . . Richard Wernick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wernick of Lake City, has been chosen "Student of the Month." section of the college band. He is also a member of the touring band from Luther which will give a concert at the National Bandmasters Convention at Rochester, Minn., this year. He is a member of the chapel choir, and the brass ensemble, and has been recently elected president of Gamma Phi, freshman honorary society. I , Linda Streeter Patricia Woody Alfred DRAKE dynamic Broadway stage personality •nd Sally Ann HOWES • parkllng star of "My Pair Lady" Zino FRANCESCATTI • min»nt violinist In hla TV deBut The Kingston Trio top recording vocalist* Red Nichols hi. Five Pennies and Connee Boswell and Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo, dancing "Galte Parisienno" and featuring Donald Voorheei and the Bell Telephone Orchestra LIVi tnd In COLOR on NBC CHANNEL BELLTELEPHONE HOUR pr«»»nt«d by th» BELL TELEPHONE SYSTEM 1ST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (Hidden, Iowa. Duane E. Heap, Minister. Saturday— 9:00 a.m. Communicants class in the pastor's study. Sunday— 9:15 a.m. Sunday School. 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. 6:30 p.m. Senior'-Hi Youth Fellowship. Tuesday— 8:00 p.m. Session meeting. Wednesday— 4:00 p.m. Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p.m. Senior choir rehearsal. Thursday— 2:00 p.m. Circle I will meet at the Center. Mrs. Owen Overholt, hostess; Mrs. Kay Tracy, co-hostess. 1:30 p.m. Circle II will meet in the home of Eunice Davis. 8:00 p.m. Circle IV will meet in the home of Adeline Riedesel; co-hostess, Betty Fisher. Janice Staton Juanita Miller ior high was 2nd; juniors, 3rd freshmen, 4th; and seniors 5th Dan Meador was master of cere monies. The rain prevented the Friday afternoon parade, but the students enjoyed the showing o "Knute-Rockne, All-American" in the gym. Class displays that were to have been set up on the north campus, were put in place in the bus barn instead. Seniors receivec ]st; juniors, 2nd; sophomores, 3rd; and junior high 4th. A good crowd attended the game and saw Lake City defeat Denison 13-6. Between halves Marilyn Jensen and Wilma Jackson presented a flag-waving routine, and Sue Willis and Dee Ann Schug, baton twirling. The student-alumni dance in the lunchroom after the game was well- attended. Music was by the school combo and the White Bucks. The boys quartet (Craig Colvig, Darrell Christian, Charles Loeck, and Kent Willis), and the madrigal group sang. FIRST AID CLASS A First Aid class is being organized here with Mrs. Dale Christensen as instructor. The first meeting will be Monday, October 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the high school lunchroom. IN COLLEGE BAND Michael Palm, who graduated from the high school here in May, and who is now attending Luther college at Decorah, is majoring in music there and has been selected as a member of the French horn A Good Thought for Today: Experience is something you get while searching for something else. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Moving is a job for experts ... so call ut first and be glad later, Grouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3528 no. 1 specialist in pocking and moving XllffD WtUWK.Hi Ooumout Convtnlenl Cirrlw nOMEMAKING CLASS There were 52 at the first meeting of the adult homemaking class which met Monday evening of this week at the high school here. Part of these were guests from Lohrville. Austin Farley spoke on "What to Wear — When to Wear It — and How to Make It," and showed samples of the new fall fabrics in what he calls "a rainbow of colors." He also showed sample garments in the new fall styles. After the program, lunch was served by council members, Mrs. James Mills, Mrs. Julius Friedel, and Mrs. Paul Batz. Wednesday evening of next week, Oct. 14, the Lake City women' will visit the Lohrville women's class. The speaker is to be Miss Opal Roberson, textile specialist from Iowa State University at Ames. IN STATE CONTEST Lake City's marching band will compete in the state marching band contest to be held Saturday of this week at Alta. LUNCH CONFERENCE Calhoun county hot lunch cooks and helpers, and some school superintendents met for conference last Thursday afternoon in the Lake City hot lunch room. E. E. Cowan of Des Moines, director of the hot lunch division, department of public instruction, conducted the conference with the assistance of Miss Hazel Grimes, nutritionist. Under discussion were school lunch menus, and finances. A feature of the program was a demonstration of the use of dried eggs; and the Lake City kitchen and storerooms were inspected. Thirty-five persons were present from schools in Jolley, Lake City, Lanesboro, Lohrville, Lytton. Manson, Pomeroy and Rockwell City. Yes, We're Still Running ,.. Fri., Sot. & Sunday Only . . But Lookie! CARROLL OUTDOOR TMFATRF The Picture You Have Been Waiting For . . . "The Return of the Fly" PLUS "Alligator People" >ee . . Vincent Price, Many Times on the Jack Parr Show . . . In His Greatest Role? Open at 7:00 P. M, Regular Admission Pricef Ladies Aid Makes Plans for An Oyster Supper (TlmM Herald News Service) LIDDERDALE — the Lutheran Ladies Aid Society held a regular meeting In the school basement Wednesday, with 39 members attending. President Mrs. Marvin Boell conducted the meeting. The Rev. W. L. Landgraf read Scripture, led the group in prayer, and discussed the topic "The Miracle of Saying Yes," taken from the Lutheran Woman's Quarterly. November 18 was set as the date for the anriual oyster supper a- d bazaar to be served in the church basement. Mrs. Erwin Harmening, Mrs Fritz Sporleder and Mrs. Walt Onken were named as nominating committee. Mrs. Arnold Sporleder and Mrs. Virgil Boell were ap pointed' to visit shut-ins for (.tie coming year. Hostesses for the meeting were Mrs. Chris Wenck, Mrs. Harry Wenck and Mrs. Paul Wenck. Lunch was served from a table decorated in a Halloween theme The Society's next meeting will be Nov. 4. V.F.W. Auxiliary Meets at City Library The Carroll Unit. V.F.W. held a routine business meeting Thursday evening in the clubroom of the Carroll Public Library, conducted by Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, president. The unit received thank • you notes from Dorothy Christiansen and Ruth Fetsch of Boone. who had attended the unit's September meeting, and from John McQueen, head of the crippled children's clinic, for the coffee and cream donated by the unit. Other regular business matters were taken care of. Plans were made for a Halloween party for the V.F.W. post and auxiliary Oct. 27. The annual pow-wow will be held at Marshalltown Oct. 24 and 25 At last night's meeting, members cut material to make bibs for the old soldiers' home. The next regular meeting will be Nov. 12 at the library. Mrs. Spaen Has Bridgettes Club The Bridgettes were Mrs. Clarence Spaen's guests at her home Thursday evening. Guests other than club members were Mrs. Carl Wille, Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mrs. Walt Millenackcr, each of whom received a prize. Mrs. Dale Textor won high score prize, and Mrs. James Buchholz, second high. The traveling prize was kept by Mrs. M. J. Hall. Mrs. Spaen served dessert and coffee. The next hostess will be Mrs. Textor Oct. 22. We'll bet you, too, think your children would behave if they didn't play with the kids next door. Showing Now thru Saturday . . . Open 6:15 P. M. CURTJURGEN8 AND MAYBRITT with THEODORE BIKEL Diricttd by EDWARD DMYTRYK fcninpliyby NIGEL BALCHIN COLOR by DELUXE mnemonic KUR» Continuous Show Sunday from 1;15 P. M. No Children Please! Strictly an Adult Picture . . .