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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 14, 1959
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P.E.O. Holds First Meeting of Fall Season The first meeting of Chapter F.P r>f P E 0 for the new fall season was held Tuesday ni*ht at the home *f Mrt. F. M. Hrath with Mrs Paul Anneherg and M i 5 Henry Hoff as co-hostesses. A report on the 44th Biennial Supreme Convention of the FLO Sisterhood at Milwaukee. Wis . in September was given by Mrs. William Parbyshire, president of .Chapter EG. Rockwell City. Other guests at the meeting were Mrs. C. E. Treman of Chapter EG. Rockwell City; Mrs. H. K. Richardson of Carroll, a member of Chapter CL. Houston. Tex : and Mrs. Paul Ewing of Carroll, member of Chapter HX, Lexington. Mo. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting. Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg. president of Chapter EB, presided at a refreshment table decorated with an arrangement of fruit in s white pottery compote ?nd coral candles in silver holders entwined with white petunias on a sage-green tablecloth. The next meeting will be Tuesday evening. Oct 27. at Mrs. Robert F Barel's. Personal Paragraphs Susan Brandt, J. Rostermundt Wed in Manning Rummage sale Fri.. Sat., Oct. 16 land 17. open 9:30 a.m.. Arts Buil- 'riing. Special toy sale from fi p.m. ;Fri Sponsored Trinity Episcopal Guild. adv Brandl. Dorothy Schmidt and Mrs G. W. Hoinan of Glid- rtrn attended the evening perform- iance of "My Fair Lady" at the 1 KRNT Theater in Des M o i n e s Tuesday. MrsQark's REAL ROQUEFORT DRESSING Children 1 * clothing, bric-a-brac. general rummage at the Trinity Episcopal Guild sale Fri.. and Sat.. Oct. IB. 17. in Arts Bids . beginning 9:30 a.m. adv. Mrs. Osten . Is Hostess To The Pla-Mor Club Pla-Mor Club members were , entertained at a dessert-bridge by ! Mrs. Al A. Osten at. her home ! Tuesday evening. Dessert was j served at quartet tables preceding • the bridge games. Mrs. W. J. Leuer was awarded the high score prize, and Mrs. E'.. J. Kratoska, second high. The club will meet. Oct. 27 at 1 Mrs. L. R. Chapman's home. The average family washes 45.- BOO dishes every year. Not so the 425,000 families who purchased electric dish washers in 1958. To sell more appliances of all kinds, manufacturers of housing equipment and supplies invested $28,297.000 in daily newspapers last I year. . Mr. and Mr*. P. A. Lttcejr, Sioux City, visited Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. George Lucey. They were en route to Ohio on business. , They also planned to visit their 'son in Cedar Rapids on the way. i Trinity Episcopal Guild'* Rummage sale Fri. and Sat.. Oct. 16 and 17. beginning af 9:30 a.m., Arts Building. adv. Mrs. Darling Gives Program At Beta Upsilon Beta Epsilon Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority met in the home of Mrs. Keith Eason Tuesday evening. Roll call was answered by members with miscellaneous articles. Mrs. W. L. Reitz and Mrs. Delbert Patrick were installed as president and vice president of the sorority for the coming year. The installation ceremony was given by Mrs. Alvan Cox. * * * The program for the evening, "The Russian's Visit to Carroll County," was given by Mrs. Gerald Darling. The effects of Premier Nikita Khrushchev's visit in the United States and Russia were discussed by members following the program. Lunch was served at the dining table by Mrs. Eason. The next meeting will be a social nvening at the home of Mrs. Darling Oct. 27. (Tim*» n«r»l4 New* MANNING - Susan B rand I. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brandt, Wheaton, til., and Lt. .lames K. Rostermundt, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Rostermundt. Phoertix, Ariz., wer* married at 3 p.m. Oct. 11. The Rev. C. G. Sinning performed the double ring ceremony in the First Presbyterian Church at Manning. Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn was organist. Ray Pratt, and Mr*. Leo Bruck, Manning, were soloists. Gene Rostermundt. Manning. brother of the bridegroom, and Robert Brandt. Denjson, t h e bride's cousin, seated the guests. The bride was given in marriage by her father, Attendants were Jule Ann Albrecht, Naperville. III.: Jane Opperman, Manning; and Mrs. Warren Noelck, Omaha, cousin of the bridegroom. The bridegroom was attended by Lt. Kelly Hofler, Sioux City. Gene Rostermundt alnd Robert Brandt. A reception for 150 was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. Following a wedding trip to Canada and Lake Louise, the couple will live at 538 FtS, Larson AFB, Washington, after Nov. 6. The bridegroom is a 1st Lt. in the USAF. HOME FROM HOSPITAL (Time* Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Fred Hess returned home Saturday from the McVay Hospital at Lake City after being hospitaliaed for five weeks with the flu and complications. HOOT MOM! Gf T SOME OF THESE f>>- THRIFT WEEK SPECIALS Old Ben Franklin had the right idea about being thrifty ... "A penny saved is a penny earned, he said. And here's your chance to save a lot more than just pennies at RETTENMAIER'S big Thrift Week Sale. FREE An Extra Right Hand PLAYTEX GLOVE with a pair $1.39 Why Pay More? See your doctor for medical services. Let us save you money on prescriptions he gives you to be filled. WORLD SERIES SPECIAL! Gillette Adjustable ONE-PIECE RAZOR Supply Very Limited $1.95 RINSE- AWAY Dandruff Treatment LOO $3.00 Shampoo liij Lustrt Cr«m« 1 Spray Net- Lustra Cr»m« $1.59 Giant Six* Wrisley Four Season Vt Prle* Sale—Pt. Hand & Body Lotion $1.00 Colgat* Family Six* Tooth Paste s. v .36c 83c $1 Plus Free Tube V05 Hair Dressing BEXEl-M HUPOTENCY VITAMINS-MINERALS large size drug sale REG. $1.75 — 16 OZ. RICHARD HUDNUT 93? CREME HAIR RINSE 40 CAPS. 9* FREE $1.00 SCH1CK RAZOR with 20 BLADES $1.98 VAL. COLDENE LIQUID COLD RIMIDY 16 oz. Pepto-Bismol $1.59 100 Anacin Tablets $1.19 16 oz. Homicebrin Vitamin Syrup $3.96 26 oz. Phillips Milk of Magnesia ... 89c Johnson's Baby Powder 59e N-R Laxative Tablets „ $1.19 Mentholatum Deep Heat $1.69 Wildroot Cream-Oil , 89c Listerine Antiseptic 89e Super Anahist Tablets $1.79 -.SPECIAL LIMITID OFFER Revfon's c I I I MEDICATED a • •• « Protective It Healing Lotion for Hands it Body. 5V 4 oi. with FREE DISPENSER. $1 VICK'S BIO-MEDIC THROAT DISCS VISIT OUR PAPER AND PAINT DEPARTMENT See our new patterni of wallpaper. Also closeout number* at bargain prices. New Drug Store Business Hours Effective Sunday, October 18 Sundays Weekdays Frideys 1:00 a. m. to 12;30 p. m. 7:45 a. m. (o 6:00 p. m. 7:45 «. m. to 10:00 p. m. new Toni with hidden body •l~ Regular • Super • There's a new softness! No wife ifj fcnsta*. mjn . The rctmiT N*» Uqcrids wnr bo- ItlCTRIC HEATING PAD 2-Year Guarantee $595 DESERT FLOWER $2.00 BOTTLI Hand A Body Lotion $1.00 LIQUIPRIN for ChiMfM 79< VASELINE CRIAM HAIR TONIC SOMINEX IAFI SLIIPINO TAILin 18Tabl»ts $1.25 DRISTAN TABLETS COLD-SINUS RILIEF 98c - $1.69 $2.89 DRISTAN NASAL MIST $1,19 Doublt-Vtlut Outfit Printed Pattern time* MmM, Carroll, . li. ». 14, 9442 SIZES 10-18 By day, » Jumper—at night, #n alluring dress with sweetheart neok- Ine, Fitted bodice swoops to trlfn waist. Blouse U a pretty classic. Easy-to-sew, Tomorrow's pattern: Half-sister. Printed Pattern 9442: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14. 16, 18. Size 18 |umj?er takes 2% yards M-lncn; >Iouse 1% yards 35-Inch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty-five e«nt» (coins) for this pattern — add 10 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing;. Send to Marian Martin, Dally Times Herald, 35 Pattern Dept., 332 We*t 18th St., New York li N.Y. Print plainly NAME, ADPRE&S w ZONE. SIZE and ST\1>E 'Gage Win' Is New Name for* larroll Scouts Girl Scouts from the town of Carroll now have an'Indian name — "Gage Win." He was the grandson of Black Hawk, whose name earlier was selected for this district, which in turn is part of the council from Ft. Dodge. The new name was submitted and approved at the October meeting of the local leaders Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. John E. Martin. Mrs. Orville Baker was co-hostess for the Halloween party and business meeting. Several Brownies and Scouts were on the program prior to the business meeting. Barbara Ewing and Cathy Smith of Troop 61 sang the Brownie "Smile Song" and a new song-dance, "Dillery Dollery 1 (or "Strubtting with Suzy".) Then they led the leaders themselves in this song so they could teach their girls. Intermediate Scouts from Troop 69 sang "Queen Mary." Girls participating were Mary Garbier, Bar bara Wieland, Mary Fran Tierney Robyn Neary, Jackie Meyers am Judy Schleisman. * * * Mrs. Ray WUkens, chairman of the group presided in the business meeting, which opened with the flag salute. She invested Mrs Robert McDonald as a new Brownie leader from the Carroll Pu&lic Schools. Mrs. Ralph Peters, dis tict secretary, read minutes of the last meeting. Mrs. Orville Baker was appointee chairman of all camping activi ties of the Carroll Girl Scouts. Mrs Arno Sundermann was appointee chairman of the calling committee and Mrs. Roger Olerich, chairman of the nut sales, which will begin Saturday, Nov. 7. The leaders voted to send a dele gallon to the area - wide counci meeting Oct. 26 at Storm Lake in St. Paul's Lutheran church, meeting Nov. 24 with Mrs. J. M Tierney will concern leaders in terested in badge work. She will be assisted by Mrs. L. A. Smith. John Scott, manager of the Park view Roller Rink explained the re ouirements for the skating badge Calendar Wednesday- Grant township Homemakers Club, Amber Room. Club 30 'lower and Garden Club. Mrs. Verni* Juergens H. G. Club. Mrs. Jo* Kotas Past Noble Grands. Mrs. Ray Boughton Toastmistrts* Club. Burke Motor Inn G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs.,.John Buchholz Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs. H. L. Bell, Burke Motor Inn I'hursdfty— V.O.E. Club. Mrs. Al A. Osten fc-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. lastern Star, Masonic Temple Frld«y- Thimble Bee, Mrs. C. L. Moore 'riday Contract. Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. Lloyd Booth. Saturday— Epsilon Chi Chapter Tea, Mrs. Glenn Lockhart Sunday — arroll Dance Club, Elks Hall Monday- Newman Study Club. Mrs. John C. Heider J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Tuesday — Xi Beta Delta Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. F. A. Dedrick Epsilon Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Roger Campbell Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. S. S Kudsk T.W.C. Club. Mrs. Glen Bernholtz New Deal Club, Mrs. Melvin Pietig P.F.F. Club, Mrs. L. L. Akin L. or L. Club, Mrs. Wayne Farrell Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Harry Rose f.O.B. Club, Mrs. Don Hijlyer D C. Club, Mrs. E. J. Kratoska E L.J. Club, Mrs. Nugent Adams Fortnighters, Mrs. Harold Boje Delta Dek Club, Mrs. H. J. Olerich ——»-~---———-—-—-— Questions, Answers On Social Security •••^••n I Arrangements have been made with the De« Moines office of the social Security Administration to inswer questions of Daily Times lerald readers about their old-age, urvivors and disability insurance. Vnswers of general interest will be published in this column. Personal questions will be answered di- ectly by the district office Write he Daily Times Herald, Carroll, owa. or the Social Security Administration District Office, 910 Grand Avenue. Des Moines 8. Iowa. QUESTION: A reader from Caroll asks this question. I understand hat I must keep my income below S1.2W.60 but is this gross Income or take home pay? ANSWER: In the case of an em- oloyee it means gross wages - before any deduction for withholding or F I C.A. taxes; for self-employed he $1,200.00 income restriction means net profit after deduction of all business expenses. QUESTION: A man from Tern- pleton asks this question. I have lust applied for my Social Security check but haven't got any as yet. I want to know when I start to figure my $1,200.00 limit - from the time J apply, when I got to be 65 or from the first of the year? ANSWER: In all cases the $1, 200.00 income restriction is figured from January 1 through December 31. This is true regardless of when you file or when you attain the age oi 65. For more detailed information on how earnings affect you after age 65. write and ask for booklet OASI-23. QUESTION: A widow from rural Carroll says that she is working and also receiving Social Security for her children. She ,says that she dees not need all of the Social Security to pay for the current expenses of the children and wants to know if she;can use the money to buy government savings bonds for the children. ANSWER: Yes. When a person is i and the hours available to the girls for this work. Mrs. Martin distributed programs for the year. Winners of the masquerade at the party were Mrs. Leon Schjels- man and Mrs. Charles Knoblauch. The next meeting of the "Gage Win" Scout leaders will be Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, with Mrs. Leon Schleisman as co-hostess. Hairdressers Unit Meets in Jefferson Hairdressers of the Tri - County Unit had a dinner meeting at the Greene Tea Eoom in Jefferson Tuesday evening, attended by members from Rockwell City, Jef fcrson and Carroll. The business meeting was con ducted by the president,-Ron Gil lispi. Hair styles were combed after the business session by Ron Gil lispl, Marlene Davis and Mrs Frederick P. Culbertson. Ladies Aid Has Regular Meeting (Times H»r«ld Newi BwrrlM) ARCADIA - The Ladies Aid o the Zion Lutheran Church me Thursday at the church parlors fo their regular monthly meeting with Mrs. Joe Reetz as hostess The meeting was opened wltl group singing. The Rev. Fran! Sass gave the scripture reading and the lesson from the quarter ly, "The Miracle of Saying Yes" The business meeting was con ducted by the president, Mrs Frank Koepke. It was decided t serve the congregational dinner in November and for E.M.V. workers Mrs. Koepke reported briefly or the meeting she attended in Lfck< City with other Aid members. Otti Grundmeier spoke to the group re garding plans under considerate for a building program. The next meeting will be at the church Nov. 5, with Mr*. Ira Ro wedder as hostess. MATT HARDWARE ... headquarters for OIL HEATERS See ifce new fnonoGRum —dt$i0ned for Total Arto Comfort Rosary, Altar Society Meets The Rosary and Altar Society of SS. Peter and Paul Church held a regular monthly meeting Tuesday evening in the parish auditorium, attended by 150 members. Mrs, Darrell Winker, president, conducted the business session. Mrs. Roger Lynch and Mrs. Leon Riesberg were introduced as new members. Mrs, Oliver Mosman, par i s h representative for the D.C.C.W., reported on the last deanery meeting held in Carroll Sept. 16, at which the main item of business was the election of South Central Deanery officers. She also reported on the diocesan convention in Sioux City Oct. 7. Keynote of the convention was Youth. Coming events were announced as follows: Nov. 3, 4-H banquet; Nov. 8, annual turkey dinner; Nov. 22, Senator Kennedy dinner, * * * The Rev. Louis Kollasch greeted the members, after which the Rev. Edmond Adams spoke on the purpose, nature and benefits of the Rosary and Altar Society. He included in his outline the origin and history of the rosary. The meeting was in charge of the October Circle, under chairmanship of Mrs. Alfred Sondgeroth and Mrs. Clarence Loneman. Cake and coffee were served from a table decorated in an autumn motif, with Mrs. Rudy Wegsling and Mrs. Albin Wessling at the coffee services. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Lena Hausman. drawing Social Security for minor children, she must either use or save the money for the children. Investing the money in savings bonds is considered to be proper use of the benefits. QUESTION: A reader from Carroll asks a statistical question. HP wants to know how many peopls in Carroll County are over age fis and how many are drawing Social Security. ANSWER: There are approximately 2,500 people who are over age 65 in Carroll County. About onu out of every 12 persons is drawing some kind of a Social Security check. This includes not only the aged but also widows, children, and disabled beneficiaries. QUESTION: A 53-year-old farmer from Greene County asks thi.o question. I am about 50 per cent disabled but have continued to op crate the farm and I have paid in every yea^ "'nee farmers came tinder Socip nirity. If I quit farming because of my disability when can I receive my first Social Security check? ANSWER: Presuming that you have a type of disability that qual ifiies under the law, your first benefit check will be due you April of i960. There is a six-month waiting period after you meet the earnings requirement. You must have al least 20 quarters to qualify for dis nbility and in your case you would have met (his requirement on October 1. 1959. QUESTION: I am fi3 years old and I sold out my farm in 1955 I have never worked under Social Security. Is there any way that 1 can qualify for Social Security" ANSWER: Yes. You, however, must have six quarters of coverage. You may secure these quarters by working in employment or self-employment that is covered by the Social Security Act. QUESTION: I am a farmer and planning on retiring this next year Now what I want to know is, can 1 rent my farm on either a crop share or cash rent basis in I960" Will this income count towards my $1.200? ANSWER: Yes, you may rent your farm on a crop-share or cash rent basis and this income will not be counted towards your $1,200, unless you materially participate in your new farm arrangement. For more detailed information on material participation contact your nearest Social Security representative. Dove Huskey •nd Hit Orehtitra Thurs., Oct 15 Adm.: We P»r P»r»on T*x Included Th« Polka Masters formerly WNAX BOHEMIAN BAND. Modern and Old-Tim* Music Thurs., Oct. 22 Adm,: fOc Per Person Tux Included LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA • IOWA Friday Midnight Show . . . "Frankenstein 1970" ARROLL Now thru Friday... • Bnjay whole-houe» e&mfort; warmth in every roow. Esclusive heat circulation fives furnace type comfort without eeatly 4ueU. CircotMtie fen e>»*» in tht return air. provide* fereed «ir warmth. Powerful optwaeJ blower tpreaea blanket of Hot air ea tip floor*! Automatic operation— not it'* "Amenw'i moet beautiful MATT HARDWARE CO. ... with exdustvi Itnnw Torn* futl «H into QAtl Nt imekt, n* »*0t ...NO 000*1 I THE GmT^ST STORY Of All TIME I ' * A production rkh m artistk and dramatic values! 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