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Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Lonls E. Anderson returned | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Towne And Monday night from Des Moines ;;on of Scran ton spent Sunday aft where she attended a two-day con- ornoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs ference directed by the Virginia A C. Keinowski. Farrell Academy of Advanced Hair; Styling of Milwaukee, \Vi<=. The con- i Mr. mid Mrs. Frrd Tangney, La* fprence was held Sunday and Mon- : Joila. Calif., came Friday night to day at Hotel Savery. visit Mr. Tangney's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyc Children's clothing, brie-a-brnr, Hooth. They left Monday afternoon, general rummage at the Trinity Episcopal Guild sale Fri.. and Sat.. M.vrna WJIberdinjf, Breda, Is em Oct. 16, 17, in Arts Bldg., begin-! ployed at the Main Ice Cream Paining 9:30 a.m. adv.; ioi. She began her duties Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Broich, j Rohprt Leitlng, a junior at Lores Carroll; Mary Meyer. Dedham; i Co ii Pge , Dubuque, spent the week- Mrs. Leo Wiskus, Templeton. and , pnd wjtn his paren t s , Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. William E. Erps, Storm; Hcrman i, P j(jng. and his brothers Lake, spent the weekend visiting . ind ,.j s|prs at Arcadia. He also vis- tlieir sisters, Sr. M. Rosewyn at i(ed his new niece> Rita Ma ry Win . Guttenberg and Sr. M. Leanne at, ker dau g n(er O f Mr. and Mrs. Ken- LaCrosse, Wis. | nelh \vinker, Arcadia, Rummage sale Frf., Sat., Oct. 1R and 17, open 9:30 a.m.. Arts Building. Special toy sale from 6 p.m. I Mrs. Joe Berger, Ml. Carmel, accompanied her son - in • law and Fri.'sponsored ' Trinity Episcopal : daughter Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drey nHv , and daughter Joan, Sac City, and OvJ "•;... r • * *• t , •» rf Guild. I Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hoffman Mr. and Mrs. Barry Mocller. ac- of Graettinger to visit relatives in companied by Mr. Moeller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Mocller. Denison, spent the weekend at McGregor visiting friends and sightseeing. Trinity Episcopal Guild's Rummage sale Fri. and Sat., Oct. 16 and 17, beginning 9:30 a.m., Arts Building. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Padavich, 10130 SW 45th St., Miami, Fla.. visited Monday at the home of Mrs. Padavich's mother, Mrs. Kate Warning and her aunt, Mrs. Anna Bedford. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Schaben at Maple River. Minneapolis over the weekend. Alex Buchanan of near Melbourne, Australia, was taken to Ames Monday night by V. Stuart Perry. Mr. Buchanan, who is doing graduate work in dairy industry at Iowa State University under a Rotary Foundation Fellowship, was puest speaker at Rotary Club here Monday evening. NEWCOMERS COFFEE Mrs. Larry Boyer was hostess Monday evening at a coffee for new members of the Newcomers Club. There were 14 guests. Pie and coffee were served, and the evening was spent socially. Mrs. Arts Gives Program At Round Tab Mrs. R. W. Humphrey was host ess to members of Round Tabl at her home Monday evening. Mrs. B. B. Lehman, president conducted the business meeting Mrs. Stanford Arts presented th program entitled "Twenty Year in Round Table." in which she re viewed the highlights of the pro grams during those years. Dessert and coffee were servec from a linen-covered table, center ed with fall flowers and candles Mrs. Lehman was at the coffe service. The next meeting will be Oct 26 at the home of Mrs. E. A. Vaat veit, with Mrs. M. R. Tan Cret in charge of the program. A.B. Club Meets At Mrs. Honsen's A.B. Club members and one guest, Mrs. V. I. McGrady, were entertained at a dessert-bridge by Mrs. Verdis Hansen at her home Monday afternoon. Mrs. McGrady was given a gift by her hostess Mrs. Wayne Harriott receivec .he high score prize, and Mrs. C. R Thomas, low. Mrs. John C. Schumacher will be he next hostess Oct. 26. Mrs. Grimsman Entertains Ciub All members of the M.C.C. Club vere present when they met at the ome of Mrs. Harry Grimsman Monday afternoon. The first prize for pinochle was ivon by Mrs. Grimsman, and sec- nd by Mrs. August Dierks. Lunch was served at the card ables after the games. Mrs. Christine Lauridsen will be lostess in two weeks, Oct. 26. of New Drug Store Business Hours After many years of long hours devoted to serving our customers, we have found it necessary to establish new store opening and closing hours. Effective Sunday, October J 8 Our New Hours Will Be: SUNDAYS 9:00 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. WEEKDAYS (except Fri.) 7:45 a. m. to 6 p. m. FRIDAYS 7:45 a. m. to 10:00 p. m. We cordially ask for your continued good will and patronage and wish to thank our customers for all your past and future business dealings with the Rettenmaier Drug Store. RETTENMAIER DRUG Gerald J. Rettenmaitr Calendar 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 H. G. Club, Mrs. Joe Kotas Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Ray Boughton Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. John Buchholz Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. H. L. Bell, Burke Motor Inn Thursday— N.O.E. Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten 6-4 Fun Club, Mrs. W. F. McMini- mee Kardettes, Mrs. John Ragaller Clio Club, Library Clubroom T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche, Coon Rapids ~/ Euchre Club, Mrs. Leo Greteman Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple, 4 p.m. Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Friday- Thimble Bee, Mrs. C. L. Moore Friday Contract Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. Lloyd Booth. Saturday— Epsilon Chi Chapter Tea, Mrs. Glenn Lockhart Sunday— larroll Dance Club, Elks Hall Vfonday— Newman Study Club, Mrs. John C. Heider J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Afternoon Bridge .essons are Offered A series of afternoon contract ridge lessons will begin at the larroll Country Club Thursday af- ornoon, Oct. 15, from 1:30 to 3:30. Mrs. 0. G. Klaus, Jefferson, will ie the instructor. Mrs. Klaus, a lupil of Charles Goren, is also con- ucting classes on Thursday eve- ings. Cost of the 10-week series is 10, and is not restricted to Coun- ry Club members. Persons interested are asked to ontact Mrs. Robert H. Matt. T?m*» Htrtld, Cirra!!, It. Ju\ r<; J p Tuesday, Oct. 13, 1959 /V\rs. J. ^ Is Hostess to the Monday Bridge Club Mrs. J. C. Heider was hostess to all nine members of the Monday Bridge Club at a one o'clock bridge luncheon at. the Burke Motor Inn Monday afternoon. Harriet Anderson is a new member. Mrs. 0. C. Morrison received the high score prize; Miss Anderson, second high, and Mrs. E. A. Wissler, low. The club's next meeting will be 6ct. 26. O.E.S. to Have Special Meeting Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of Eastern Star, will have a special meeting in the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 15. It is expected that Hugh Tami- siea, Most Worthy Grand Patron; Mrs. June Watson, Worthy Grand Matron, and Howard L. Lyon, Worthy Grand Patron, will visit the chapter at Thursday's meeting. Refreshments will be served in the dining room following the meeting. Garden Club's p e / LindaFabridus Project Is City Park Herald Jfatri Service) MANNING - The Manning Gar den Club is observing its 25th yea this fall. Preparations for organ ^8tion of the club were made a n tea at the home of Mrs. Henr Boysen in Manning in July, 1933 Minneapolis-Bluffs Train to BJ Dropped DES MOINES (AP) - Chicago :nd North Western Railway said 'uesday it will discontinue opera- ion of two daily passenger trains ietween Council Bluffs and Min- leapolis Oct. 24. The railroad said Monday it would continue the operation until t least Oct. 19 to give the Post )ffice Department and the Rail- ay Express Agency time to com- lete plans for reassigning of mail nd express shipments. The Interstate Commerce Commission last week authorized dis- ontinuance of the trains, No.s 203 nd 204. Rev. Dowty Is Re-Elecfed Council Head (Times Herald Jn'i'ivs Service) LAKE CITY — The Rev. Paul Dowty, Manson, was re-elected president of the Calhoun County Council of Churches at its annual convention held in the Lohrville Christian Church. Other officers elected were the Rev. James Ford, Rockwell City, and Clifford Dowling, Lake City, vice presidents; Fanny Howell, Lake City, secretary-treasurer. The Rev. J. 0. Nelson, DesiMoines, executive secretary for the Iowa Council of Churches, spoke on church cooperation. The Rev. D. E. Cannaday, Manson, led table singing at the 6:45 dinner. Arthur Oswald, Pomeroy, was toastmaster. Charlotte Southerland, Lake City, spoke of her experiences at the summer U.C.Y.M. conference at Indianola. 8 to 12 Club Is Entertained By Mrs. Andrews Mrs. C. D» Andrews entertainer, the 8 to 12 Club at pinochle in her home Monday evening. High score prize was won by Mrs. Paul Van Pelt; low by Mrs H. B. Carroll, and traveling, Mrs Verdis Hansen. Mrs. Andrews served dessert and coffee at the close of the evening Mrs. Carroll will entertain the club Monday evening, Nov. 9. The Rev. Paul Niedermeyer of Pomeroy gave table grace. At the business meeting, the Rev. Howard Prather, Lake City, gave the opening prayer, and the Rev. Marshall Myers, pastor-host, pronounced the benediction. Eighty- six attended. HERE'S pflRVAIR WHAT MAKES the V U H Vfl III REVOLUTIONARY Schafkopt Cfub Meets in Arcadia (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA — Schafkopt Club met Monday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brockman. Mrs. Anna Landgraf, Arnolds Park, spent Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutte, and with Mrs. Minnie Kaspersen. Mr. and Mrs. Darroll Landgraf, Debit, also spent the evening with Mrs. Kaspersen. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hennings, and Mrs. H. P. Jessen, Westside, spent Wednesday with Mr. Jessen at the Veterans Memorial Hospital in Omaha. The monthly afternoon Neighborhood Canasta Club met with Mrs. Minnie afternoon. Kaspersen Monday Favors Letting Crippled, Normal Children Associate DES MOINES (AP)—The director of the Iowa Hospital-School for Severely Handicapped Children says he believes that insofar as is possible, crippled children ought to be associated with normal children in school. Dr. R. R. Rembolt made his comment Monday night in addressing about 100 persons, many of them parents of handicapped children, at the Easter Seal Treat ment Center in Des Moines, where he is a visiting consultant. "If a child is always in a special class or a special center, what's going to happen to him when he gets to be an adult?" Dr. Rembolt asked. "He's going to go out and look for a job in competition with the whole world, and not with just others who are handicapped. "Insofar as is possible, I think he ought to be associated with normal, or nonhandicapped children in school. So he does get knocked down. That's a good learning situation. He learns best not from what he's told, but from what he experieces." The hospital-school is operated under the auspices of the State University of Iowa at Iowa City. It provides treatment and education for handicapped children whose condition makes it impossible for them to attend regular school. Its objective is to rehabilitate the child enough so that he may return home and attend his hometown school. The Bi-Weekly Canasta Club met with Mrs. Fred Brockman Wednes r day afternoon. Short and »weetl Engine's In the rear-where It belongs In a compact car. With more weight on rear wheels, you get extra road-grlpplng traction for corntrlng?nd driving on Ice, mud or snow. Also, by avoiding nose-heaviness of front-engine compact cars Corval? handles easier, brakes better, rides smoother. Styling of both 4-doormodelsi IslJean and uncluttered ... as fresh and functional as modern architecture * la clflan Unipack Power Team Engine, transmission and drive rears are neatly wrapped in one lightweight package. Takes less space, leaves you more. tTNIBTKUT BODY BY FISHEH Body and frame are combined into a single rigidly constructed unit that reduces Cor- yair's weight, enlarge* hi passenger space. Practically FLAT FLOOR Corvair is America's only compact car with a virtually fiat floor that gives you full 6-pauenger comfort. For extra space, folding rear teat* converts easily to make room for 17,6 cu. ft. of cargo, •OfOauJ >< «tn M. TRUNK'S UP PROMT Lot* of lucx*(t tpac* under the hood, »h*r* It's convenient for srocwlw, peckjf •*. NEARLT 3 FEET SHORTER Corvair's alnost 5 inches lower, 1,300 pounds lighter.too. Its compact size makes it a joy to jockey through traffic,a pleasure to park. No need ror power assists. You never have to fuss with antifreeze. Turbo-Air 6 warms up quicker, with less wear on parts. Airplane-type heater* goes to work almost instantly. •Optional ol extra coil. 4 -Wheel Independent Suspension Springs at each wheel cushion bumps independently of each other for a ride that rivals much costlier cars. Revolutionary Rear Engine works small miracles with mileage. It's the world's first production 6 with the ultra-smooth power of horizontally opposed pistons. .... and the most practical thing of all is Corvair'a PRICE I ., • see it drive it Corvair BY CHEVROLET fe tapptol driving eonpattuir ENDS TUESDAY . 'The Blue Angel In Color Open at 6:45 P. M. ii HAPPIESToS COMPACT QAD Then?* nothing like <nuu ear—and w wmpact ear like thu de luxe Corvair 700 you ever drove I • See your local authorized Chevrokt dealer MeCOY MOTORS Wed-Thur-Fri ENTERTAINING A RICH EXPERIENCI! JAMES COBB- WILSON -GRIFFITH U4 JOANNE DRU as Miry Magdalem Rotor ions See Firemen Exhibition (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — In observance of fire prevention week, Manning Ro tarians were given a show of the efficiency of the local fire depart ment following their dinner meet ing Oct. 6. The fire department uses an old building in north Man ning as a testing ground for var ious equipment. Tuesday evening, they exhibited the work of the fog nozzle and the "mop up" crew Action of the group was described by Fire Chief Wm. F. Ohde. Ray Pratt conducted the regular business meeting oi the Rotarians, in the absence of Max Dethlefsen. An inter-city meeting will be held Monday, Oct. 19, at the Metho dist Church in Carroll, with Ro' tary Anns as guests. The Manning Motor Co. ob served its 25th anniversary in Manning last week. For many years the firm was owned by Arthur W. Bock of Manning and Law rence Bock of Templeton. In 1950, it was incorporated and George and Eddie Fischer became partners. George began working for Manning Motor in 1935, and Eddie in 1936. Official organization and affilia tion with the State Federation o Garden Clubs then followed. Members of the club, from it beginning, have had an intense in terest in developing communit appreciation of gardens and yards In its first three years, the cM rated second in the State Yar and Garden contest. * * * Pet project of the club is Man ning's City Park, where the clul has donated many dollars' worth of evergreens,-tulips, geraniums petunias, salvia and other plants Fach member gives hours of work during the year in putting ou small plants in the park am weeding flower beds. In 1938, a large stone fireplace was placed in the park by the club and dedicated in July. Picnic tables and benches have also been donated, and a bird bath won by Manning in the State Yard anc Garden Contest. The club. has developed certain traditions throughout the years One is an annual breakfast in the park; another a potluck Christmas sarty, with decorations by the club's Exhibit committee; another a yearly plant and bulb ex Change. Flower shows are also projects of the club. The first show was in 1934. It was an extremely dry year, but the event was a great success. In following years many shows were given; two were combination flower and style shows, with the cooperation of local merchants. In 1948, a wedding was featured r. connection with the show, that of Norma Lillian Maloy and Mil- 'ord Wiese, who now make their lome in Manning. The event was -.eld at Fireman's Hall, with standing room only. In 1952, at an outstanding show, Mrs. Tomoka Yamamoto, interna- ionally known flower master, presented afternoon and evening demonstrations. During the past two years, the club has planted flowers around Manning's new municipal swimming pool The club assisted with bond drives during the war and con- ributes to all worthy projects. Of the charter members of the lub, four are yet active: Mrs. lenry Boysen, Mrs. Gus Jensen, Mrs. Herman Pahde and M r s. jouise Sinn. Women who have served as residents of the club are: Mary ioysen, Edna Wyatt, Clara Clausen, Jennie Miller, Eunice Jenen, Louise Tisdale, Louise Sinn Edna Halbur, Mildred Waltz, Gerrude Ansorge, Cecile Nickum, rene Fitz, Abel Welch, Florence :ix, Hilda Fischer and L a v o n 3 uck. Mrs. Pahde is the newly- lected president. WINS SPEECH AWARD KANSAS CITY (AP) - Gordon Adkins of Grinnell, Iowa, finished fifth and won $150 Monday night in the national Future Farmers of America public speaking contest here. Adkins spoke on the subject "Don't Be Careless! Be Prepared." CARROLL, IOWA Open At 6:45 p.m. Shows at 7:00 & 9:15 p.m. Showing at Regular Admission Prices! House Plants PHILODENDRON ALL PRICES Depending on Size • Window Planters with or without plant! • Jardinieres All Sim ANN'S Flower & Gift Shop 2 Doors W. of Main let Crtam DIAL 3636 20 Are Enrolled In Driving Course (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Twenty students have enrolled in the adult drivers' training course sponsored by the Manning Community School, with Roy Karbula as instructor. There will be three hours of classroom work and seven hours of behind- the-wheel instruction in the course. Mrs. Mae Kenyon is visiting in Des Moines with her daughter, Mrs. Ruth Peters. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Foote, Des Moines, and Everett Dau have concluded a vacation at Alexandria, Minn. Mary Foote stayed with her grandmother, Mrs. Dau, during that time. Mrs. Michael Mitchell and Kimberly have returned to Des Moines after spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Claus Nielsen. Rollyn Koepke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Koepke, has enrolled in barber school in Des Moines. George Puck is recovering from surgery in the VA Hospital in Des Moines. i Is Complimented At Bridal Shower Approximately 60 guests attended a prenuptial shower for Linda Fabricius at the Glidden Presbyterian Church Monday evening. Miss Fabricius, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry T. Fabricius, of Carroll, will marry Jerry Benden Sunday, Oct. 18, at the Glidden Presbyterian Church. Shower hostesses were Mrs. Bernard Bender, Mrs. Ward Blinn, Mrs. Arlo Hofstad, Mrs. Louie Conner", Mrs. Clark MacDonald, Mrs. Warren Conner, Mrs. Clarence Tryon, Mrs. Ed Walkup, Mrs. Dick Moorhouse, Mrs. Reginald Klass. Mrs. Glenn Day, Mrs. Kenneth Davis, Mrs. Clyde Rich and Mrs. Wendell Greene. Mrs. Klass was in charge of the program. The Rev. Duane Heap sang three solos. Bridal games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Will Rust and Mrs. Don Pratt. Mrs. Dick Moorhouse gave a reading. Lunch was served, with the bride-elect's mother presiding at the coffee service. Miss Fabricius was assisted in opening her gifts by Donna Berndt and Louise Nockels. ATTEND BAPTISM Mr. and Mrs. Henry Anthofer. son Arby and daughter Aggidelea of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Jerome )anner and daughter, Glidden; and Ambrose Anthofer, Grimes, vent to Farnhamville Sund a y where they attended the baptism of iicky Allan Wiederin, infant son of Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Wiederin. Mrs. Danner and Ambrose Anthofer were sponsors for the baby, their nephew. All were dinner guests in he Wiederin home. OSTEOPATHS TO MEET DBS MOINES (AP)-More than 00 osteopaths are expected to at- end the sixth annual clinical con- erence at the Polk County Society of Osteophatic Physicians and Sur;eons here Wednesday. Notional Flower Election *. * BALLOT D A. BLACK-EYED SUSAN H B. CAMELLIA O C. CARNATION D D, CHRYSANTHEMUM Cl E. CORN TASSEL G F. DAFFODIL D G. GERANIUM D H. GLADIOLUS D I. GOLDENROD Cl J. GRASS n K. LILY-OF-THE-VALLEY D L. MAGNOLIA n M. MARIGOLD 0 N. MOUNTAIN LAUREL D 0. ORCHID O P. PEONY 0 Q- RHODODENDRON 0 R. ROSE 0 S. SHASTA DAISY O T. TULIP (Write In choice if not above) Conducted by Florists Telegraph Delivery Service Jim and Alice Gillett, invite you to come into the shop and cast your ballot for your favorite flower in this NATIONAL FLOWER ELECTION. Ballots will be available there. Park Gardens Distinctive Floral Strviea DIAL 4356 This mid-heel goes everywhere! So right for your active, attractive life,». the mid-hed pomp gets evory fashion variation of toes and treatments by Natural Bridge. Fashion that lakes to your foot nahwally; AAAA to 9 <t1 9 QC SUM A'/ 3 to 10 «pl4»y.> as seen in McCALL'S "ROSS" Black—Brown Red Calf AAAA to B 8ll«» lO'/j to 11 13.95 Anderson SHOE STORE "Show for rho Whole Family"