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October 16, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. E. E. KolJrr have! visiting Mrs. Cox' brother-in-law left for Madison. \Vi.«., whore 11ioy ! and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Anvill attend the Toua-VYisconsin : drrson. at Oakland, Calif., and her football game Saturday They will sister. Mrs Edith Lannom, at Tnc- be. joined at Madison by their son. son, Ariz before their return to Eugene, who plays in the State Carroll. University of Iowa band. Dr. and Mrs. Charles Parrott Mr. and Mrs. Alvnn Cox will snd dauchters. Lisa and Karen, leave Saturday for Sacramento. Calif., where they will oelel the 90th birthday of Mr mother. Mrs. Nellie H. Cox, which cuts. Mr and Mrs. Frank Kasner- occtirs Tuesday. They will spend hniier, and other relatives and about two weeks in the southwest Iriends. ipnto. left Thursday for their home iry •brato Dearborn. Mich., after visiting foq Cox'MI week with Mrs. Parrott's par- Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll St. Office 9782 Home 9587 Dr. N. D. Schulz DENTIST 822 N. Main St. Phont 2528 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Ai Boss Specializing In Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Contact 1 Lens Specialist Dr. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist VISION SPECIALIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE DIAL 3318 Ground Floor Office Next to Ellerbroek's CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE OVER WOOLWORTH'S - PHONE 9709 CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST For your convenience, there Is an elevator located at the northwest corner of the Woolworth building. Dr. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Corner 5th and Main Sts. DIAL 9687 CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane . ATTORN EY-AT-L AW S16V 2 N. Adams St. , Dial 3161 Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Record* V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 ROBERT S. MORROW CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits, Systems and Tax Accounting 100 West Fifth Street — Carroll, Iowa DR. R. J. FERLIC, M.D. 117 West 7th - Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 — 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Ray* PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 B. MORRISON, M.D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Women end Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding 4. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Disease* and Surgery of the Eye Glasses Fitted A, REAS ANNEBERG. M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Hearing Aids WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Woman and Children Obstetric* Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D, Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prottatt and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Bones and Joint* Including Fracture* JAMES M. TIERNEY. M.D. — Internal M.dicine JOE T. McKIBBEN, M.D. - General Surgery DIAL 3557 Shower Given To Sisters of Parochial School 4 Tfm«» Herald, Carroll, Friday, October 16, 1959 DRESSED FOR LUAU . . . Dressed in Hawaiian costumes, students of the Antonian School for Practical Nursing gave a luau at St. Anthony Hospital Thursday. In the picture left to right are Lois Woerdehoff, Kay Ocken, Joan Hoelscher, Mrs. Rhea Young and Mrs. Webb Dalton. member of the faculty. Miss Hoelscher won a prize for the most beautiful Ici. (Staff Photo) Students Entertain at Hawaiian Party Here In a Polynesian setting of leis, palm trees and Hibiscus blossoms, students of the Antonian School of Practical Nursing entert a i n e d members of the faculty and sen iors of the St. Anthony School o Nursing at a luau in the gymnas .^tfl^hb^^M^teb.^fl^hu^tf^s^^^i^tab^^Bi^hu^fl^b. V^^^^^^^i^^^^^^i^^^^^^^i^^^^ Calendar 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- Carroll Dance Club, Elks Hall Monday— Newman Study Club, Mrs. John C. Heider J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Mont gomery 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 Pie tig P.F.F. Club, Mrs. L. L. Akin L. or L. Club, Mrs. Wayne Farrel Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Harry Rose T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Don Hillyer D.C. Club, Mrs. E. J. Kratoska E L. J. Club, Mrs. Nugent Adams Fortnighters, Mrs. Harold Boje Delta Dek Club, Mrs. H. J. Oler ich 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 WHERE Do You Live? NO MATTER! You Can Be SURE Channel Master's CHAMPION Will Improve Your TV Reception ****+*********+**+ Let Us Convert Your TV for Receiving UHF Channel 21 Fort Dodge ^•^•^^^^ COAST TO COAST STORE CARROLL him of the nurses' home Thursday morning. Wearing costumes of Hawaiian skirts, mu mu's, and Japanese ki- monas, students and guests entered the gymnasium to the strains of recorded Hawaiian music. Each was presented with a corsage. Hos- (essses and guests were seated on the floor with a miniature pineapple at each place setting. Tables were decorated with leis, fresh Jruit. hurricane lamps and monkey pod trays. Joan Hoelscher of Guthrie Center won a prize for the most beautiful lei. As a special entertainment fea- ;ure, a film entitled "Holiday in Hawaii" was shown through the courtesy of Mrs. J. J. Meyers, who was a guest of honor at the luau. Members of the student committee in charge were Mrs. Rhea Young of Woodbine, chairman; ~.ois Woerdehoff, Carroll: Kay Ocken, Denison; Carol Weidl, Norwalk, Wis.; LaVonne Kurd, Lake City; and Ella Mae Boell, Manning. LIDDERDALE - A food shower for the sisters of Holy Family School concluded a meeting of the Altar Sodality Thursday night in the basement of the school. A business meeting, preceding the shower, wsf conducted by the new officers — Mrs. Alois Kanne, president; Mrs. Art Otto, vice president; and Mrs. LeRoy Reinart, secretary-treasurer. New circle chairmen were appointed as follows: Circle I, Mrs. William Lux with Mrs. Leonard Schlelsman. co-chairman: Circle II, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig with Mrs. Don Sloolmnn. co-chairman; and Circle III, Mrs. Herman Meyer with Mrs. Louis Tigges, co-chairman. Mrs. Bob Scharfenkamp was introduced as a new member. Mrs. Ben Bluml reported on the DCCW convention at Sioux City and gave out membership cards. Tables for the shower were decorated with fall arrangements. Fifty-one women were present in addition to the guests of honor Srs. Rita, Andre, Geraldine and Mathilda. Draw prizes were won by Mrs. Lester Schleisman, Mrs. Leonard Pudenz and Mrs. Bob Scharfen- kamp. Bingo concluded the entertainment .after which lunch was served. In charge of the entertainment and lunch were Mrs. Vernon Drees, Mrs. Leonard Frisch- -C//o Club Sees Film, Hears Talk on Hawaii Citing the new state of Hawaii i that Hawaii has the largest suca as an example of the fact that | plantations in the \v,orld and th;,. mixed races can live together in most of the world's pineapple sup. meyer, Mrs. John Henry Huegerich, Neppl and sodality officers. Gehling, Mrs. Mrs. A r b y Rainbow Holds a Regular Meeting A regular meeting based on the Rainbow ritual was held by the Carroll Assembly of the Order of Rainbow Girls Thursday afternoon in Masonic Hall. Because of the special Eastern Star meeting Thursday night, the Rainbow session was called at 4 o'clock in the afternoon. The next meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 5. Manning Legion Auxiliary Unit Plans Fall Events (Times Herald XIMVS Service) MANNING — A regular meeting of Emil Ewoldt Unit No. 22, American Legion Auxiliary, was held on Tuesday evening, Oct. 13, at the Legion Hall, with President Emily Schelldorf in charge. Plans were made to serve a dinner to the County Teachers' Assn. on Oct. 20; the Veteran's Day Dinner on Nov. 11 and the Chamber of Commerce dinner on Nov. 19. A report was made on serving lunch at the first of a series of dances sponsored by the Legion. The unit will secure a bed or wheel chair from the profit of magazine sales in the country. The president reported on the recent county meeting held in Dedham. The unit decided to contribute to the department president's project JOINS SYMPHONY . . .' Miss Mary Schumacher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Schumacher, Route 1, Carroll, Is now a member of the Sioux Ctty Symphony Orchestra, playing second violin. The orchestra will present its first concert on Sunday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m. with Issac Stern, violinist, as guest soloist. A Kuemper graduate of the class of '59, Mary Is also a member of the Schola, a select group of 18 girls, who chant the Proper of the Mass. She received her musical education on the violin from Sister M. Dolorette and Sister M. Cecelienne at Kuemper High School, harmony, Mrs. J. J. Meyers, guest ply comes from Hawaii. She speaker, addressed 9 meeting of j spoke of the beautiful fl6w f TO INSTITUTE All teachers in the Catholic pa- aochial grade schools of the Sioux "ity Diocese will attend an insti- ute Saturday at Heelan High school in Sioux City. The institute l begin at 8:30, and continues hrough 3:30 p.m. Sixty • eight eachers from this area will go to- ether on Kuemper High School uses. WHY Keepsake is America's Largest Selling Diamond Ring More people choose Keepsake because: h Keepsake is perfect under 10-power magnification. 2. Keepsake's nationally established price guarantees full and uniform value. 3. Keepsake has the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval. 4. Keepsake may be exchanged at any time for a Keepsake of greater value. Look for the name Keepsake in the ring and on the tag, your assurance of quality, beauty and value forever. of uniforms for the "Ladies in Blue". Manning's membership quota is 167. A total of 3,275 poppies were ordered for sale the Saturday before Decoration Day. The unit will again sponsor the drive for retarded children in Manning during the month of November. Members will take part in the UN observance at Manning High School on Oct. 25, with Lillian M"ohr in charge. Margaret and Shirley Lutwitze of Templeton were introduced as new members. Lunch was served by Lola Ahrendsen and her committee. T.E.G. Meets In Coon Rapids With Mrs. Brutsche Members of the T.E.G. Club were entertained at Coon Rapids Thursday night in the home of Mrs. Paul Brutsche. A guest in addition to club members was Mrs. Leonard Siedhoff of Bayard who was presented with a gift from the hostess. High prize winner at bridge was Mrs. Frank Liewer and second high Mrs. Earl Connors while Mrs. James Kerwin retained the traveling prize. Lunch in a Halloween motif were served after the games. Mrs. C. H. Duffy will be the next hostess on Thursday evening, October 29. A large theater and many other examples of Roman civilization are located in Libya in North Africa. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agent* for North American van Unei, inc. Euchre Club Entertained at Mrs. Goetzinger's Mrs. Frank Gpetzinger was hostess to members of the Euchre Club and an additional guest, Mrs. Theodore Brauckman, at her home Thursday afternoon. Prize winners at one table were Mrs. Al Wiederhold high and Mrs. Ollie Schieffer low, at the other table Mrs. Henry Daniel high and Mrs. Brauckman low. Justine Langel retained the traveling prize. Lunch was served by Mrs. Goetzinger after the games. The club's next meeting will be at Mrs. Wiederhold's, Thursday afternoon, Oct. 29. Happy Hostesses Open the Season At Mrs. Nelson's Happy Hostess Club opened the fall season with a meeting Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Newmark Nelsen. Mrs. Eddie Tigges, a guest, joined the club as a new member. High prize at cards was won by Mrs. Cletus Boes and low by Mrs. Tigges. Dessert and coffee were served after the games. Mrs. Boes will be the next hostess on Thursday evening, October 29. Kardette's Meet At the Home of Mrs. John Ragaller Two tables of contract were played by the Kardettes at a meeting Thursday night in the home of Mrs. John J. Ragaller. A guest in addition to members was Mrs. Robert Lippincott who was presented with a gift from the hostess. Mrs. Lewis Rich of Glidden received the high score prize and Mrs. Maurice Nurse, the low prize. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Wayne Yocum. Lunch was served at card tables after the games. The next meeting, Thursday evening, Oct. 29, will be in Mrs. Rich's home at Glidden. New L.P.B. Club Has Its Meeting at Mrs. Ferguson's A new club to be known by the initials L P.B. held its second meeting Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Dale Ferguson, Mrs, John Lamphere and Mrs. James Ashmore were present as new members. Contract bridge the Clio Club in the public library clubroom Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Meyers told of her visit to the Hawaiian Islands and showed a film "Holiday in Hawaii" which* was supplied by the United Air Lines. She was assisted in showing the film by Mrs. Janice \Vachter of the St. Anthony Hos4 pital staff who appeared in Hawaiian costume. "The people of Hawaii, like other Americans, drive chrome laden cars over traffic-filled freeways," Mrs. Meyers said. "They push shopping carts down the aisles of crowded supermarkets. They complain about the high cost of living and the low quality of TV. In the way they live and the goals they nirsue, they match their fellow itizens on the mainland. "There is one striking difference, however. Their faces are chocolate brown, pale golden, rosy white and all the multitude of hues between. "Their ancestors were Chinese coolies, Japanese merchants, Portuguese sailors. Filipino farmers and New England missionaries. Well over half of these U.S. citizens have relatives in the Orient. Altogether, the inhabitants of the islands make the new State of Hawaii one of the most cosmopolitan places on the face of the earth. What is more they live together in harmony. "While Hawaiians are aware of racial differences, they do not soft- pedal these differences but rather emphasize their racial characteristics. People in Hawaii are proud of their mixed 'ancestry, not ashamed of it. This intermixture complicated Hawaii's drive statehood during the past 30 years. Now America's acceptance of the islands as the 50th state is proof that we mean it when we proclaim our faith in democracy." Mrs. Meyers exhibited samples of black sand, monkey pod bowls and sea shells from Hawaii. In showing the film, which was de- voted'mainly to tourist attractions in Hawaii, she called attention to the fact that due recognition was not given to industries. She said ideal climate, and native music ,,f the islands, the delicious f rm ,j characteristic music and dancr-' and proficiency of the people j n water sports. Mrs. Meyers was introduced bv Mrs. Duane Shriver, chairman. Musical entertainment was furnished by Joyce Kroecpr a junior at Carroll High School] who sang two soprano solos' "When I Have Sung My Sony ' and "Blue Hawaii." She was accompanied by Jan White, senior student. They were presented bv Roger Hansen, instructor of music at Carroll Public School.' Mrs. L. E. Sweany. club pivs- ident, announced th;it the dui> program had received top rutin- at (he recent district convention of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs, and Mrs. Robert E. \V;nv reported on "Adventures in Keeling" announcing names of books on the required reading list. Mi> A. J. Polking was a guest at the meeting. The next meeting will be held in the library clubroom Thursday ;ili- crnoon, Oct. 29. CARROLL OUTDOOR Fri-Sat-Sun • Civil War to Indian Warfare! was played with Mrs. William Elohm receiving high prize and Mrs. Ashmore, low. Lunch was served by the hostess after the card games. Mrs. Lamphere will be hostess at the next meeting which will be held Thursday evening, Nov. 5. Three Guests Are Entertained at E.N.E. Meeting E.N.E. Club members and three additional guests were entertained at contract bridge in Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz' home Thursday night. The three guests, each of whom was presented with a gift from the hostess, were Mrs. G. L. Churchsmith, Mrs. Marvin Collison and Mrs. R. J. Kelly. High prize winner was Mrs. Martin Schmeiser; second, Mrs. Kelly; and low, Mrs. Churchsmith. Lunch was served at curd tables after the games. Mrs. Al Boss will entertain at the next meeting in two weeks. N. o. E. ciLTb Has Meeting at Mrs. Osren's Home Mrs. Alfred Osten was hostess to N.O.E. Club members at a dessert bridge in her home Thursday afternoon. An additional guest was Mrs. E. J. Daugherty who received a gift from the hostess. Dessert at quartet tables was followed by cards, Mrs. Cliff Bell receiving high prize and Mrs. L. C. Dreesen low. The next meeting will be Thursday afternoon, Oct. 29, at Mrs. J. W. Willenburg's, Family Dinner for Michigan Visitors Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Rasper- bauer entertained at a family din- RODSTEIGER SARITAMONTIEl... BRIAN KEITH £jj? RALPH MEEKER " — CO-HIT — Paramount Presents ALAN DOROTHY Open at 7:00 P. M, Hurry, Hurry, We Won't Be Open Too Long Yet! rier in their night for Dr. home Wednesday and Mrs. Charles Parrott and daughters, Lisa Karen, of Dearborn, Mich. Others present were Mrs. Parrott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kasper- Saturday . . One Day Only! bauer and son, Dwight, and Diane Kasperbauer. daughter of the host and hostess. AWARD WINNER ASHLEY, Ohio (AP) — This is a blue ribbon community. Prize ribbons awarded at fairs, flower shows, horse shows and similar events in the United States and abroad are manufactured here. Always Easy Credit Loehr & Shriver JEWELERS 107 W. 5th Continuous Show Sunday From 1:15 P.M. COMfDy. ROMANCE Al ITS BSSTI METRO-GOIDWYN-MAYER pnsenls ' AN ARCOU PRODUCTION -GLENN FORD DEBBIE REYNOLDS T SntihD MWH A IOSS ct ilgrruig GUSTAVOROJO^EVAGABOR'FRED CLARK will EDGAR BUCHANAN SPAIN COLOR CINEMASCOPE ^mH**" (STARTS SUNDAY ^Hf 7 I Illl Extra Added Joy ... News and Cartoon Starline * Ballroom Sat., Oct. 17 MORRIE POWERS and His Bel Airs • **IMtOUH Matinee Saturday At 2:00 P. M. Continuous at Night From 7:00 P. M. — Extra Added Joy"Kortoon Karnival"

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