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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 15, 1959
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Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Richard Bnms returned from Iowa City Wednesday where she had been a patient a week She went through the clinic for observation and treatment. Rnmmagp sale Fri., Sat,, OH. 16 and 17, open 9:30 a.m.. Art? Building. Special toy sale from 6 p.m. Fri. Sponsored Trinity Episcopal Guild. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brandt. Kingston, N.V.. left Wednesday CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Fri-Sat-Sun • From Civil War to Indian Warfare! i after visiting in the home of Mr. !nnd Mrs. Martin I. Berger since 'Sunday. The Brandts were en roule fo Torrence, Calif., where (hoy pxprct to locate. They also called on Mr. and Mrs. Homer • England. Mrs. Brandt, Mrs. Berger and Mr. England are cousins. Children's clothing, bric-a-brac, i general rummage at the Trinity Episcopal Guild sale Fri.. and Sat., (Oct. 16. 17, in Arts Bldg., begin, ning 9:30 a.m. adv. Trinity Episcopal Guild's Rummage sale Fri. and Sat., Oct. 16 and 17, beginning at 9:30 a.m., Arts Building. adv. ROD STEIGER 1 SARITAMONTIEL... I BRIAN KEITH S3? RALPH MEEKER v — CO-HIT — Paramount Presents ALAN DOROTHY Open at 7:00 P. M. Hurry, Hurry, We I Won't Be Open Too Long Yet! Auxiliary Unit Potluck Tuesday Maurice Dunn unit of the American Legion Auxiliary will hold a potluck dinner in Legion Hall at. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, October 20. Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer and Mrs. Viola Danner will be dinner chairmen. The dinner will be followed by a board meeting at ~:30 and a regular meeting at 8 p.m. Mrs. Kotos Is Hostess To H. G. Club Members H. G. Club members were guests of Mrs. Joe Kotas at her home Wednesday for an afternoon of bridge. 'Mrs. Mike O'Connell was awarded the high score prize; Mrs. John P. Bowler, second high; and Mrs. T. J. Potthoff, draw. Mrs. Kotas served dessert and coffee at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. George Luc»y will be hostess in two weeks. Flower, Garden Club Meets at Mrs. Juergens' Mrs. Vernis Juergens was hostess at her home Wednesday afternoon to members of the Flower and Garden Club. In answering roll call, each member told of things she would like to have included in next year's program. Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus, club president, conducted the business meeting. * * * For the afternoon's program, each member displayed an arrangement of dried materials which she had brought, describing the materials and where they were obtained. * * * Mrs. Joe Nagl and Mrs. Peter Juergens attended as guests, The hostess served lunch from a table centered with a fall arrangement. Mrs. Walter Mohr will be the next hostess Nov. 11. Cemetery Auxiliary Meets in Arcadia ARCADIA — The Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary met Monday afternoon in the fire hall. Thirty-eight members answered roll call. The meeting was conducted by the president, Mrs. Harold Koepke, following prayer led by Mrs. G. W. Evers. A skit "Oh, My Operation" was given after the business meeting. Those taking part in the skit were Christine Wiebers, Vera Jentzen, Viola Hill, Opal Hargens and Evelyn Martins. * * * Following the program, a social hour was held. Lunch was served by Hilda Branning, Amanda Brockman, Dolores Brockman and Henrietti Brockman. The next meeting will be Nov. 9 in the fire hall. Just Arrived af HARRIS MUSIC CO. NEW SHIPMENT COLOMBIA STERO PHONOS $39.95 up "LAY AWAY NOW— FOR CHRISTMAS" 4 Tlm«* Mtralcf, Carroll, la. Thuriday, Oct. 15, 1959 ENGAGED . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Prlebe of Ames announce the forthcoming marriage, January 16, of their daughter, Sharon, to Raymond A. Pocppe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Poep- pe, R.R. Carroll. Miss Priebe is employed at the Atomic Research Commission in Ames. Mr. Poeppe is employed by Witt Flooring Company, Davenport. Wa-Ton-Ye Club Meets at Manning (Times Herald New» Service) MANNING — The Wa - Tan - Ye Club met at the home of Mrs, Orla Peters on Monday evening, Oct. 12. Guests were Mrs. Dwight Parkison, Mrs. Dorothea Sullivan and Mrs. William Vollstedt. A business meeting was conducted, and a report made on taking part in the UN 'observance to be held on Oct. 25. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. C. T. Bennett will entertain on Oct. 26. * * # Mrs, W. H. Fink was hostess to the Neighborhood Club on Monday, Oct. 12. Mrs. 0. R. Fink was a guest. Mrs. August Ross was high score winner at cards; Mrs. Ed Erps, second. Lunch was served by the hostess. * * * The 80 Honor Club met on Friday evening, Oct. 9, with Mr. and Mrs. August Ross. Guests included Mrs. Anna Karsten, Miss Verna Karsten, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Barten. Mrs. C. W. Kinney was high score winner at cards. Betty Ross held 80 honors. Mr. and Mrs. Kinney will be the next host and hostess. Now Pretty Up Your Home Morgan Jones Lint Free HOBNAIL SPREAD MOONBEAM, BY MORGAN JONES fastest selling bedspread in America today. Lint-free Avisco Hobs and Bullion fringe. Rounded corners. With non-tarnishing silver "Mylar Thread" running lengthways. Fast drying, no ironing, lint free. Brilliant fast colors. Big 96x110 size for double beds. '10 Thick and Thirsty Checked Terry Towels Pretty addition to your bath, towels just the right size for bathroom curtains. Colorful fringed towels in bright checks. Big 25x45 bath slie Bl? 17x28 hand ill* Matching washcloth r Ajyr j* ••• Pretty Luncheon Cloths Colorful matching and contrasting tablecloth and napkin sets for your luncheons. Linen-like fabric in washable last colors. Set of Cloth tl OQ •nd 6 Napkin* <PI*7O Durolon No Iron Panels to Brighten Your Windows Lovely no iron, no startch, no stretch sheer panels in Dura- Ion, with color locked into the fabric. Full length to fit your long windows too. $1.59 Panel 5th St. Dept, Store Toastmistresses Give Recognition to Four Members Carroll Toastmistresses gave special recognition to four of their ! members at the club's dinner meeting at the Burke Motor Inn Wednesday evening. Recognized were Mrs. Edna G. Collins, whose picture as International Toastmistress of the Year appears in this month's issufe of International Toastmistress magazine; Mrs. R. M. Moehn, for her part in the Fall and Fur Fashion Show at Kuemper High School Auditorium Oct. 12; Ethel Forrest, for being woman-of-the-week la/t week; and Mrs. Guy Raridon, for being elected district director of Wa-Tan-Ye in Waterloo last weekend. Theme of last night's meeting v;as "Diplomatic Discussions." Invocation was given by Mrs. Inesa Pfiester Mrs. William J. Schleisman was in charge of table lopics, with Ethel Forrest, Mrs. M. L. Collison and Mrs. Harry Frank participating. Mrs. L. R. Chapman gave the lesson on parliamentary law. Toastmistress of the evening was Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran. Mrs. Joe Heider spoke on "Diplomatic Discussions." Mrs. Collis>on was moderator on evaluations of her talk; and the entire group discussed the speech. Mrs. Chapman was grammarian and Mrs. Pfiester, timekeeper. General cvaluator was Mrs. Moehn. Mrs. Collison received the key for contributing the most to the meeting. Dinner tabfe decorations were in fall theme, arranged by Mrs. Herschel Tryon. The club will meet again at the Burke at 7 p.m., Oct. 28. Hold Meeting of Dedham Auxiliary (Times Herald IVewn Service) DEDHAM — The DeWitt-Loustaunau Unit of the American Legion Auxiliary held their October meeting at the Legion Hall here Monday evening, called to order by the president, Mrs. Alois Irlbeck, at 8 o'clock, 24 members attending. Flags were advanced by Mrs. John Weitl and Mrs. Joseph Kitt. Prayer was led by Mrs. Clayton Trlbeck. The National Anthem, as well as the songs of the month, "Juanita" and "She'll Be Comin' Round the Mountain," were sung by the group with Mrs. Leo Barrett at the piano. The secretary's report was read by Mrs. George Meiners, and a report by the child welfare committee stated that canteen cards had been sent to the sponsored children at Woodward this month. Thank you cards from Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, Mrs. Joseph Neu, Mrs. Leon Schultes and Mrs. Arthur Schultes were read. Mrs. Irlbeck announced that the county meeting will be at Coon Rapids on Oct. 28 and explained the project to assist in buying uniforms for the "Ladies in Blue." The unit voted to contribute $2 to this project; also to order the same number of poppies as last year. It was announced that poppy cards have arrived and will again be given to Legion and Auxiliary members who belong to the Memorial Poppy Club, which will assist the Rehabilitation and Child Welfare programs of the Auxiliary. It was also decided to have a covered dish buffet dinner for the Legion members and their wives or friends and the Auxiliary members, their husbands or friends on Nov. 11, Veteran's Day at 6:30 p.m. Mrs. Aldred Tigges presented a report of the fall conference, held at Webster City on Sunday, which she, Mrs. Arden Mosman and Mrs. Russell Axman attended. The door prize was won by Mrs. George Meiners. Lunch was served, followed by a social hour. The birthday table was centered with a bouquet of bronze and gold | mums and "Happy Birthday" was i sung to Mary Bekehermes, Mrs. Meiners and Mrs. Alvina Schreck. m ma WP «P « • ^"^ Calendar Thursday— NO.E. Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten 8-4 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 Thimble Bee, Mrs. C. L. Moore Friday Contract Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. Lloyd Booth. Saturday— Epsilon Chi Chapter Tea, Mrs. Glenn Lockhart Sunday— Carroll 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 T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Don Hillyer DC. Club, Mrs. E. J. Kratoska E L.J. Club, Mrs. Nugent Adams Fortnighters, Mrs. Harold Boje Delta Dek Club, Mrs. H. J. Olerich Spela Kort Club, Mrs. John Meyers Les Amies Club, Mrs. Jim Meehan Entre Nous, Mrs. Merrill Rogers American Legion Auxiliary potluck 6:30 p.m., board meeting 7:30 p.m., regular meeting 8 p.m., Legion Hall afla^^^Ma^^^afla^a^^tfMa^^ ^^^[a^^^^a^^^^a^^^^aW Mrs. H.L. Bell Entertains Club at Bridge Luncheon Mrs. H. L. Bell was hostess to members of the Wednesday Bridge Club Wednesday afternoon at their first meeting of the season. Two guests, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk and Mrs. Merrill Rogers, were present and each given a gift by her hostess. Luncheon was served at one o'clock at the Burke Motor Inn. A fall arrangement centered the table. At contract bridge Mrs. J. J. Meyers received the high score prize and Mrs. Weeks, low. Past Noble Grands Meet on Wednesday The Past Noble Grands Association of the Rebekah Lodge met at Mrs. Ray Boughton's home Wednesday evening. Ten members and one guest, Mrs. Truman Ralph, attended. * * * The routine business meeting was in charge of Nene Barr, vice president, in the absence of Mrs. Fred Schaefer. Three poems were read, "A Day Worthwhile" by Mrs. Ralph Dunn; "Starting Point" by Mrs. E. J. Daugherty; and "October Gave a Party" by Ada Clements. Mrs. Boughton served lunch at the dining table, which was centered with a white African violet. She was assisted by Miss Barr. Mrs. Pearl Clausen will be the next hostess Nov. 11. PLEDGES SORORITY (Times Hrjaia News Sen-Ice) AUBURN — Luann Timmerman, a sophomore music major at Northwest Missouri State College, Mary ville, Mo., has recently pledged the Sigma Sigma Sigma National Social Sorority. Luann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Timmerman, is a 1958 graduate of Auburn High School. Carroll Bakery 'THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE SPECIALS! Fri. and Sat. SAVE lOc RASPBERRY STRUESSEL COFFEE CAKES Rag. 49c — Fri, & Sat. — Each Old fashioned coffee cake, chuok full of raisin* and topped with butter struessel and raspberry jam. II For That After School or After The Game Snackl YEAST RAISED GLAZED DO-NUTS 49c Doz. BOSTON CREAM PIE 49c Each Yellow butter cake baked in pie form. Split and filled with lemon custard and covered with a thick coating of chocolate fudge. BOHEMIAN SLICED RYE BREAD 22c loaf Old fashioned rye bread with that tangy flavor. Sealed In cellophane. Ideal to store In your deep freeze. Grant Homemakers j Meet for Pinochle j Mrs. Henry Hucgerich and Mrs. i Fxoy Heuton were hostesses at the Srtober meeting of Grant Town-. ship Homemakers Club Wednesday afternoon in the Amber Room of 'Five tables of pinochle were played, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer winning both high and traveling prizes. Mrs. Miles Hedges the ucky tally prize, and Mrs Rose Pietig, low-score prize. Lunch was served at tables decorated with autumn leaves and fall colors, Mrs. Frances Feld and Mrs. Miles Hedges will be hostesses at the next meeting to be held at Cluti 30 Wednesday afternoon, November 11. Mrs. Buchhoiz Has G.T.O.B. Club Mrs. John Buchhoiz was hostess to GT.O.B. Club members and two additional guests, Mrs. George Hess and Mrs. Dan Riordan. at her home Wednesday afternoon. Two tables of contract bridge were played, with Mrs. Tom Finn receiving the high score prize and cne table and Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier at the other. Dessert and coffee were served after the games. Mrs. William J. Leucr will entertain in two weeks. DANCE CLUB SUNDAY A dance for Carroll Dance Club members is scheduled for Sunday evening. Oct. in. with music provided by Jimmy Smith's Orchestra. Co-chairmen of the event are Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spaen. 4-H News Meetings, Activities of Boy», Girls' Clubs Mrs. Kelley Is Home from Texas (Times Herald N>»v» Service) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Anna Kelly returned to Westside October 4th after a two-week vacation in Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Brus drove her to Omaha Sept. 21, where she flew to Texas. She visited at the home of her granddaughter and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hankinson. Mrs. Kelly's daughter, Evelyn Kelley, Alhambra, Calif., was also a guest in the Hankinson home. Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Thiedeman attended the Waterloo Dairy Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dobler drove to the Presbyterian Church Camp at Okoboji where Mr. Dobler attended the fall meeting of the Board of Trustees. Mrs. Lloyd Freese and Mrs. Arlo Gottsch are attending the weekly night school sessions at Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schroeder, Mrs. Art Schoessler, Mrs. Louis Schuman and Otto Massman attended the Northwestern Regional Church Conference held at the United Church of Christ in Mapleton. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Peters in Carroll Wednesday evening in honor of Mr. Peter's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Vetter and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Brockman, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brockman and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Jentzen, Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Grinsman, Mr. and Mrs. William Boldt, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kroegcr, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Kroeger, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Boldt, Mrs. Tillie Winters, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kienapfel, Bruce and Lana, Carroll. The evening was spent playing pinochle. New officers were elected. n new leader was introduced, and eight new members were present at the first fall meeting of tho Grant Jolly Janes 4-H Club Monday evening. Oct. 12, at the home of Deanna Feld. Elected as officers for thp coming year were Gloria J p a „ Brincks. president; Joleen Reirks vice president; Cheryl Bernholtzj secretary-treasurer; Kathy Lang' cnfeld, historian; and M a r y BrincKs, reporter. Mrs. Paul Conner was introduced as the club's new leader Mrs. Merlin Warnke will continue as assistant, leader. The eight new members present were Pamela Ptidenz, Vicki and Janie Kocnig, Marilyn Siepker, Pamela Beidler, Sharon Schultp, Marilyn Holland and Judy Reicks! Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist, explainer) the purposes and program of 4-H clubs and announced plans for th« annual county 4-H banquet to he. held at SS. Peter and Paul School, November 3. Lunch was served by the hostess and her mother, Mrs. Charles Fold. The next meeting will be at 30 p.m. Monday evening, No\ <\ in the home of Gloria and Mary Brincks. A new Wheatland Township 4-11 Club with 11 charter members enrolled was organized Wednesday night at a meeting in the Darwyn Rodman home. Members are Neil and Danny Wheeler, Larry and Greg Stoelk, David Hunclling, Louise and Janus Httendling, Rodney von Glan, Mark Clausen, Michael and Danny Rodman. W. H. Brown, county extension director, was present to explain requircmerils for organizing a 4-H club, regulations for membership, and projects recommended for club activities. Darwyn Rodman and Lloyd Wheeler were selected as club leaders. The new unit will meet in the basement of tho Wheatland Presbyterian Church on November 4 to eiect officers and choose a club name. FRIDAY J6th MIDNIGHT SHOW MONSTER OF THE FUTURE! wntm FIRST TIME IN BLOOD-FREEZING CINEMASCOPE An ALUED ARTISTS PKturi Open 11:15 P. M. Show Starts at 11:45 P, M, All Seats 75c Ends Friday DRAMATIC £= MOTION ~ PICTURE OF CHRIST... ' IEEJ. COBB.KoWMN.lames CHifffl M< JOANNE DRU at Mtry Mljd.l.n. Shows at 7 Cr 9:15 Saturday.. One Day Only! Matinee Saturday At 2:00 P. M. Continuous at Night From 7:00 P. M. - Extra Added Joy "Kartoon Karnivol"

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