3 Cub Scout Dens Added to Pack No. 100 Personal Paragraphs 1 Mr. and Mrs. Orvllle Murphy re- Three now dons wore added to turned Tuesday night from a week- Cub Scout Park 100. sponsored by ,-, nf ] (,-jp -r| 1P y s[x>nl Sunday at Du- tho Holy Name Society of SS !>• b u quo with their daughter Aileen. Irr and Paul Church. at a park n student at Clarke College. It was committee meeting held Tuesday i parents' Day at the college. From <\ oiiuv.:. Pen mothers mot «itb the (here (hey went to Milwaukee, commit too. There are now six dons \vhore they visited their son and in the pack, with a total of 40 daughter - in - law. Mr. and Mrs. boys enrolled. Stanley James Murphy and their The new dens and den mothers ncu son, Kenton James. include Pen 3. Mrs. Leo Daepes, v, iih Mrs John Prees Jr. as as- \ ^\ r _ an d Mrs. O. W. Harris and MManf: Pen 5. Mrs M,-Ulrica, ppns. Joel and Michael, returned Schmitt. with Mrs Klmer Kenze Monday night from a weekend ns assistant: and Pen fi. Mrs. Hay visit with Mrs. Harris' parents, T!eiff. with an assistant (a be se- ]\i r an d Mrs. A. R. Hurley, at looted. Holdover den mothers are Milton. Wis. Mrs. Joe Prapscho and her assistant, Mrs. James Collison, for Den ! — . n.,|__ -_ 1: Mrs Joe Sehaehtncr. Pen 2. V-OUrf KUlCS OH :md Mrs. Jerome Hannasch, Den JeOCher's Pfly Claim William Hoffman is chairman of! D ES MOINES (AP)—Myrle Ash- the committee, and Elmer \VaIz is l)V is entitled to pay for the time C',ibmrs«er. Committee memhers she taught school in the Liberty .ire LuVei-n^Olberdinp. Dr. L. \\.-Township District of Lucas County but not the $2,080 she claims under her nine-month contract, says a ruling of the Iowa Supreme Court. The school opened on Sept. 2, AVard and Henry Schoen.iahn. FATAL CRASH FARLI\(i <AP> — Joseph A. C,c-.rey. about (iO, of nearby Pana ma, w.is killed Tuesday in a col- 1'sion of his car and a tractor- •>\a.con on Highway 191 south of here. Frank J. Heese, 54, of near T-.'arlinc, driver of the tractor, escaped serious injury. Mrs. H. t,. Bell returned Tuesday evening from visiting her son- in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. Morfeld, and daughter, Michelle Carol, in Chicago for several days. jMrs. Kudsk Has Presbyterian Guild Mrs. S. S. Kudsk was hostess to the Presbyterian Guild at her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. M. L. Mills was devotional leader, using material from "The Daily Word." Fannie Blondel presented the lesson, reading several artic 1 e s from the October issue of Reader's Digest. The group sang several songs, accompanied by Mrs. Carson Summers at the organ. At the close of the meeting Mrs. Kudsk served refreshments. Mrs. C. R, Thomas will entertain Tuesday evening, Nov. 3. DELICIOUS WHITE BEANS n'HAM 1957 but closed Oct. 3 when there were fewer than six pupils in attendance. Miss Ashby claimed the school district had no power to insert a clause in her contract holding it void if the number of pupils fell below six. The Supreme Court held otherwise and sent the case back for a settlement based on pay of $13 a day while she taught. If some people stopped buying things they can't afford they'd darn near starve. KNOCK BEFORE ENTERING MANSFIELD, Ohio (AP) - The next time Dick Davidson of Shelby feeds his dog, he'll call him out of the doghouse first. Davidson, 38, was treated at a hospital here for bite wounds in the forearm. He told attendants that he stuck his arm into his dog's house and was bitten — by a visiting raccoon. The 0. K. Club of "Old" Kinderhook, N.Y., contributed the slang expression "O.K." to the American language. It became popular in 1840 in the campaign of President Martin Van Buren, who was born in the town. Auxiliary Meets, Makes Plans For Vets' Day Dinner Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, held their regular meeting in the Legion Hall Tuesday evening, preceded by a potiuck at 6:30. Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer and Mrs. Viola Danner, cochairmen, were in charge of 'arrangements, assisted by their committee. In the business meeting conducted by Mrs. C. A. White, president, plans were made for the annual Veterans' Day dinner which will be at 6:30 p.m. Nov. 11. It will be a potiuck, with meat to be furnished. Reports of the District Conference at Webster City were given. Attending from Carroll were Mrs. Paul Bachman, Mrs. John Backes, Mrs. Frank Fister, Mrs. Ed Kruse, Mrs, John Ludwig, Mrs. Clarence McGrane, Mrs. Arnold Witt, Mrs. Lewis Voyles and Mrs. White, who was district pianist for the meeting. The Christmas Gift Shop assignment was read. Gifts purchased for this assignment are derived from the Poppy Sale. The unit voted to donate to the Department President's project, uniforms for the Ladies in Blue, to be presented to her at the county meeting in Coon Rapids Oct. 28. It was also voted to contribute to canteen books for veterans. Enter tainment followed the meeting. 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AWAY Dandruff Treatment $1.00 Plus Free Tub« V05 Hair Dressing Lustre Creme Hair Spray Net Giant Size 99c DRISTAN DECONGESTANT COLO TABLETS HANKSCRAFT ELECTRIC STEAM VAPORIZER AUTOMATIC IHUTOFF 3-5 HOUR OPERATION 195 COMPLETE HOME PERMANENT. _ NEW Miracle Mist Lilt Twelve Carroll Card Clubs Meet Tuesday HIGH FASHION . . . Hendrika Welling models the air line stewardess uniform of the future, styled by Dutch designer Lerson Dresse. Hendrika, a KLM stewardess, showed the outfit at London Airport. Mrs. Merrill Rogers entertained members of the ENTRE NOUS Club at her home Tuesday afternoon, serving coffee and dessert at the dining table before the games. The table was centered with an autumn arrangement. Mrs. James W. Wilson was an additional guest and received a gift from her hostess. • At contract bridge, Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain and Mrs. Larry Jung received the prizes. Mrs. Louis H. Anderson will be the next hostess Nov. 3. * * * NEW DEAL Club members were guests of Mrs. Melvin Pietig in the afternoon. Mrs. Clarence Loneman was awarded the high score prize; Mrs. Louis B. Hannasch, second high; Mrs. Matt Hugeback, traveling; and Mrs. Ed Wleland, draw. Mrs. Pietig served lunch after Church Honors Rev. Brewers (Times Herald News Service^ GLIDDEN — The 30th anniversary of the ordination of the Rev. E. W. M. Brewer, and the 30th wedding anniversary of the Rev. and Mrs. Brewer were celebrated at Peace Evangelical Lutheran Church in Glidden Sunday evening. During the ordination anniversary observance in the sanctuary, the Rev. L. W. Winter, Auburn, counselor of the Carroll Circuit of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, delivered a sermon. Special numbers were sung by the Sunday School children and adult choir. The Rev. Mr. Brewer was escorted to the front of the church by the church elders; and the family was seated in a special section. A reception was held in the church basement. David Brewer was master of ceremonies for the program, which included two numbers by the men's quartet, a hymn by the Sunday School children, and a brief talk by the Rev. William G. Landgraf, Lidderdale. A card- purse shower from theN congregation was presented to the Brewers by Charles Best, church president. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Centering the table at which the Brewers were seated with their family was a winter bouquet which was presented to them as a gift. The Rev. Mr. Winter and the Rev. Mr. Landgraf are former classmates of the Rev. Mr. Brewer. Home for the occasion were all four of the children of the Rev. and Mrs. Brewer: Mr. and Mrs. Paul (Moselle) Loeschen and son David, Glidden; Mrs. Charles (Jennine) Johnson and daughters Susan and Beverly, Bell, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth (Eunice) Gegel and sons Brian and Stanley, Sparta, 111.; and Mr. and Mrs. David Brewer and daughter Candace. The Rev. Mr. Brewer's mother and brother from Albion, Neb., were also present, visiting until Monday. the games, using a Halloween theme. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Donald O'Herron's home Wednesday, Nov. 4. * * * Members of the P.F.F. Club were entertained in the evening at the home of Mrs. L. L. Akin. Dessert and coffee were served at the beginning of the evening at the dining table, which was covered with a Mexican cloth. The centerpiece was in Mexican and Halloween colors. Mrs. E. W. Van Meter received high score prize and Mrs. E. J, Daugherty, low. Mrs. Cliff Bell will entertain Nov. 3. * * * Mrs. James Meehan entertained LES AMIES Club members and one additional guest, Mrs. James M. Houlihan, in the evening, High score prize was won by Mrs. H6ulihan. Mrs. Ray Wernimont was awarded second high. Dessert and coffee were served after the games at the dining table, which was centered with a Halloween arrangement. Mrs. Leo Winnike will be the next hostess Tuesday, Nov. 3. * * * D. C. Club members met at the Burke Motor Inn for a 12:30 luncheon, followed by contract bridge. Mrs. E. J. Kratoska was the hostess. Mrs. E. J. Waters received the high score prize and Mrs. Earl Neu, second high. The club will meet at the Burke Nov. 3, with Mrs. Phil S. McQuirk as table hostess. * * * Mrs. Nugent Adams was an afternoon hostess to members of the E.L.J. Club, serving dessert and coffee before the games. Mrs. Don Stanzyk was an additional guest. Winner of the high score prize was Mrs. B. H. Walden; second high, Mrs. Larry Matteson; and low, Mrs. Dwayne Anderson. Mrs. Anderson will entertain Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 3. * * * The FORTNIGHTERS met at It's the little worm's fault when hickory nuts aren't what they're cracked up to be. the home of Mrs. Harold Boje last evening. Her guests, each of whom received a gift, were Mrs. Lyle Ramsey, Breda, and Mrs. Josef R. Martin. Mrs. Ned Collison received the high score prize; Mrs. James Waters, second high, and Mrs. John Heider, low. The club will meet again in two weeks with Mrs. Waters. * * * Mrs. Wayne Farrell entertained members of the L. or L. Club at her home for an evening of canasta, with Mrs. Frank Wegner winning the high score prize and Mrs. Joseph Hoelscher, low. Pie and coffee were served at the card tables at the close of the evening. Mrs. Henry Engelen will be the next hostess Nov. 17. * * * HI-LO Club members were one o.'clock luncheon guests of Mrs. Harry Rose at her home. After luncheon, the group played contract bridge with Mrs. Andy Ley winning high score and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall. low. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Robert Dolezal in two weeks. * * * Mrs. John Meyers was hostess to SPELA KORT members for an evening of bridge, after which she served dessert and coffee at the dining table decorated in a Hallo- wee,n theme. Mrs. Ed Murphy received the high score prize and Mrs. Paul Snyder, second high. The traveling prize was retained by Mrs. . Jim Kanne, who will be the next hostess Nov. 5. * * # Guests of Mrs. H. J. Olerich last evening were members of the DELTA DEK Club and Mrs. H. J. Traner. Mrs. Traner received the prize for high score; Mrs. Frank Daley, second high, and Mrs. John Porter, traveling. Lunch was served after he games. Mrs. L. J. Wiedetneier will entertain in two weeks. T.W.C. Club members journeyed to Breda in the evening for their meeting at the home of Mrs. Glen Bernholtz. Mrs. Floyd Schlorholtz was also a guest. Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus won the prize for high score and Mrs. Rex Heese, low. Mrs. Bernholtz served dessert and coffee at the card tables following the games. Centering each table was a fall arrangement featuring a bronze candle with flowers at the base. The club presented gifts to Mrs. Lester Riesberg for her twin sons. Mrs. Dick Clark will entertain at the next meeting, Nov. 17. Calendar Wednesday— WSCS Circles: Lucy's, Mrs. E. E. Osborne; Thekla's, Mrs. J. C. Schumacher: lone's, Mrs. Merrill Rogers; Night Circle, Fellowship Hall United Presbyterian Women. 1 p.m. potiuck luncheon, followed by general meeting Wa-Tan-Ye, J. C. Schwarzenbach home O.N.O. Club, Mrs. J. G. Donovan St. Lawrence Sewing Circle Thursday— DeMolay Mothers Circle, Masonic Temple Christian Fellowship Society, St. Paul's Lutheran Church Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Hulsing Interlude Club, Mrs. Robert Merritt Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. Robert Kloser I. and 0. Club, Mrs. J. J. Lappe Bridgettes, Mrs. Dale Textor Entre Nous Club dinner, 7 p.m. Brown Derby, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Anderson Friday— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten Saturday- Dessert Bridge, Country Club 8 p.m. Sunday— E.T.W. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Thelen Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild- DeBelles, Mrs. G. A. Minnich Jr. Round, Table, Mrs. E. A. Vaat- veit A. B. Club, Mrs. J. C. Schumacher M. C. C. Club, Mrs. Christine Lauridsen Tuesday— Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Louis E. Anderson V.F.W. Halloween Party Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Robert F. Barels Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. L, R, Chapman Beta Upsilon Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Gerald Darling Xi Beta Delta Chapter Meets At Mrs. Dedrick's Xi Beta Delta Chapter, Beta Sig. ma Phi Sorority, met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. F. A. Dedrick. president, who conducted the regular business session. The program, in the form of * quiz on new plays and other current events, was under the direction of Mrs. Art Osterlund, program chairman for the year. Mrs. Dedrick served dessert and coffee at the close of the meeting. Helen Finegan will be hostess at the chapter's next meeting Tuesday evening, Nov. 17. 8TH BIRTHDAY PARTY ] (Times Hernld News Service) TEMPLETON — In honor of her daughter Donna Mae's e i g t h birthday, Mrs. Ted Langel en- fertained Donnd Mae's classmates at their home Sunday afternoon. Games were played and each girl received a prize. Donna Mae opened her gifts after a two - course lunch was served. 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