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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Mrs. Boumhover Entertains Group o! Former Neighbors Personal Paragraphs "Mrs Voilor Raiimht^er cnier- \. ::ii d a! her home \Yrdnesday f ' Ol'inC. Glie<f.« VTM'e f 0 f 111 O T v i!;!'bor« of Mrs Raumhnver who 1.-. o oil second floor of the Mor• i-M-i \r.;<r!ir,"iiN Thev JIT !ud<'d Tjv; ]-' \ \\Vsicr. M'-> H .' ( ,,•-,'. .y. Mr.- T <i K.-'.'P" ^'' !K ' ]'i:irr. M.'.rc.'MTt Kurhhr;!. M.iyme K ;•.•'!: and Irene I.tidwii;. 'ii'.c o'-oiiinc was spoilt veiling M:-. R";!mh<'ver ?or\ed refresh- j.;,-;,!i, TVrin n'ions carried cut a ) !,-,i:(iM or'i thoino Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning of IVdham nnd Mrs. Mary Renze i-l Carroll attended the Golden \Vrddinp «niiivorsary of Mr. and Mrs Ben TtiiininR, who celebrated Tuesday in Butto. Neb. The Tun!>;n;;s and Mrs. Renze. who are (cusins. went over Monday, rc- inrniiic home Wednesday. "Mr. nnd Mrs. Don Hagr-cloni and r'-vKl'-tor Mary Kay returnee] Tues< : :,;v e\i-fij!K from Grimes, where (!•<•', '• -id \isitnl over the weekend v:'h Mr lla.uedorn's brother-ill] ,-.v ,'••,! siMer. Mr and Mrs Ralph O-Nirae ;ind family PAIR 0' MITTS Rcgulor 98c voluel Two big kitchen f or borbccue mitU. Mods of lop- quality quilting in colorful pat- tarn. Sanitary — washable* DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORE RUSSEL C. FRANZ Owner Jean Schauer, Lawrence Janning ; Wed in Minnesota .lean Sdianer. Minne a p o I i s. Minn., became the bride of Lawrence A. Janning of Carroll in a double ring ceremony at S t. Mary's Catholic Church. Arlington. Minn . Oct. 17. She is a daughter of Gerhard Schauer. Arlington. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. .lolin B. Janning, Carroll. The Rev. Lawrence F. Sehoep- pner performed the cerem o n y. Mrs. Carl Thomas was organist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Attending the bride were her sisters Geraldine Schauer as maid of honor, and Janet Schauer, bridesmaid. Rose Asclson was also a bridesmaid. The bridegroom I was attended by three brothers, ' ,'erome Janning as best man. and Bernard Janning and Kenneth Jan- i.ig. groomsmen. Ushers were Gordon Schauer and Cliifford Sanel in. A dinner and reception for the bride and groom were held immediately following the ceremony at the Community Hall in Arlington. Mrs. .Tanning, a graduate of Arlington-Green Isle High School, attended Minneapolis Business College and has been employed as a bookkeeper at Insulation Sales Co. Mr. Janning graduated from Our 1 acly of Ml. Carmel High School i and is employed by Dale Tile Company in Minneapolis. Mr. and Mrs. Janning are taking a two-week's trip to the West Coast, and will be at home after Nov. 2 at 3317 Douglas Drive North, Apt. 2, Minneapolis. Sr. Coralita. a member of the Sisters of Mercy, Detroit, Mich., i< spending a few days at the home of her mother. Mrs. F.lna F.ller- brock at Auburn. Wednesday afternoon they visited her aunt, Millie Fllerbrock. in Carroll. In the evening they were supper guests in the home of her sister. Mrs. Ed Haubrich and family near Maple River. i Wliitr Flrphant and rummag-.'' .••ale. Ocl 2">. sponsored by Nov. i Circle of SI. Joseph's Parish. Arts Rldg. !) a.m. adv. Mrs. Mary Lovrtt. Waterloo, Is visiting in the home of her broth-! er-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank \Valz. until Sunday. She i ! came to attend funeral services for her brother, Charles BcrnholU. Mrs. Donovan Entertains O.N.O. Mrs. J. G. Donovan entertained O.N.O. Club members and one guest, Mrs. Vcrnon Juorgens. at her home Wednesday evening at a dessert-bridge. Mrs. .Hiergcns re-1 ceivcd a gilt from her hostess. I The dining table featured a cen-j terpiece of pink roses and pink j candles in crystal candelabra. j Mrs. Russell S. Wunschel was awarded the prize for high score; Mrs. Norman Schulz. second high. and Mrs. Ralph Baumhover, traveling. Mrs. Jack Garrlels will be the next hostess Nov. 4. Automatic RECORD PLAYERS STEREO-HI FI From $49.95 Columbia—VM—Capitol HARRIS MUSIC CO. 100 W. 5th — Dial 2413 Two Quilts Tied By Sew i ng Circle Fifteen members of the St. Lawrence Sewing Circle fiiet at the church Wednesday afternoon. Two quilts were tied and another put in the frame to be quilted. ! Lunch was served by Genevieve \ Ludwig. j The Circle will meet again Nov. 4. Ar-We-Va Funds Are in Good Order WESTS1DE — Audit of funds for the Ar-We-Va Community School District has been completed and a copy is now on file for public inspection with Leonard C. Peter-1 sen, secretary, and Willis Peter- i i-oii. chairman of the Board of Ed- i ucation, Weslside, la. Roberl S. Morrow, C"a r r o 1 C.P.A., has completed the audit on the following funds: General, ac-' tivity and school lunch. The report shows that all funds of the district are in good order. The audit included the fiscal year July 1, 1958 to June 30, 1959. Now Get the Most for Your TV Dollar! Buy Y° ur TV $ef where you are sure of fast service by exper i e n c e d TV technicians. P hon * 9363 for service on all makes. FOUR FAMOUS BRANDS TO CHOOSE FROM! SYLVAN IA • MOTOROLA • ZENITH RCA VICTOR Black and White or Color BUY ON EASY PAYMENTS BIG TRADE ALLOWANCE NOW! COAST-TO-COAST Elmer Friedman, Owner WSCS Circles Hold Meetings At Homes Here Wednesday was "Circle Day" for members of the Women's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church. Lucy's Circle met at the home of Mrs. E. K Oshorne southeast, of Carroll. Mrs. C. C. Roberts and Mrs E .1. Hulsebus were her co- hostesses. Lucy Winter, circle chairman, opened the meeting with a litany by Ralph Waldo Emerson. Week of Prayer and Self Denial (Oct. 25?,!> was discussed Mrs. Max H. Heed presented a lesson on the United Nations, reading verses from Micah as a prayer. The circle made plans for a bake sale at the Towa Public Service office Nov. 13. The hostesses served lunch at a dining table centered with a fall arrangement. Miss Winter was at the coffee service. Thirteen members were present. The next meeting will be Nov. ]« at the home of Mrs. H. L. Bell. * * * Tone's Circle met at Mrs. Merrill Rogers' home. Her co-hostesses were Mrs. William Cover, Mrs. Frank Hoffmann, and Caroline Rogers. They served dessert and coffee at the beginning of the afternoon at a table decorated in a fall motif. Mrs. Verdis Hansen, circle chairman, was seated at the coffee service. Sixteen members attended. * * * Mrs. Robert Crolts was devo- votional leader, reading from "There's A Light Upon the Mountain." The regular business meeting was concerned with a family night pollack dinner at the church Nov. 1, and the Society's guest dinner at the church Nov. 3. The circle will meet again Nov. 18 at the home of Mrs. G. L. Churchsmith. * * * Thekla's Circle met at the country home of Mrs. J. C. Schumacher, whose co-hostesses were Mrs. Wayne Harriott, Mrs. Albert Daeges and Mrs. T. H. Van Camp of j Breda. Twenty-three women at-1 tended, including five guests, j Guests were Mrs. Schumacher's daughter, Mrs. Darrell Heuton, Carroll, and her mother, Mrs. L. P. Baker, Jefferson; Mrs. James L. Conley and Mrs. L. L. Akin, Carroll; and Mrs. Van Camp's daughter. Mrs. Lyle Ramsey, Breda. The hostesses served dessert and coffee before the meeting. A cornucopia filled with fruit and Indian corn centered the dining table, and bowls of red and bronze mums were about the room. Mrs. B. W. Fisk was at the coffee service. Mrs. Akin, guest speaker, presented a program on United Nations and Prayer for Peace, giving a short description of the UN building and the way business and voting are carried out there. She said "You cannot have peace un- till all peoples have heard of Christ." She said thai we should pray from the heart and give true brotherly love, and eventually we will have peace. Mrs. Fisk read an October poem. Mrs. Arthur McNaughton told about the coming mission study. The next meeting, Nov. 18, will be at the home of Mrs. T. B. Wills. * * * Seventeen members and four guesls attended the Night, Circle meeting in Fellowship Hall of the church. Hostesses were Mrs/ Jack Jones, Mrs. Dale Ferguson and Mrs. Ray Koehler. Mrs. Ed Hanneman was devotional leader. She read "There's a Light Upon the Mountain." For the program, members told something ot their life histories. Pledges were made for the year. Mrs. Robert E. Ware, Mrs. Stephen L. Huffman and Mrs. W. R. Millend/ er were chosen as 4 Times Herald, Carroll, 1». Thursday Oct. 22, 1959 I Feel Like a Member of The "400" in The Fall Wardrobe I Made Myself Like so many "budget-bound" women, the problem of new fall wearing apparel was a big one. Everything within my price-lines fell well below my taste levels. Until 1 happened into Waters Fabric Shop. It was smooth sailing from then on! I made a suit, a shirt dress, a smart street dress, a skirt and jerkin ensemble and a pretly parly dress ... all for about one-half the cost of buying them. I found the colors that look best on me, the pattern styles that do the most for my figure, and best of all, 1 got the fabrics that meet my high standards of quality. So much that, just wearing them, J feel like a millionaire. ' PICTURED HERE IS THE SKIRT AND JERKIN ENSEMBLE Colorful Plaids, Solid Colors, Nubby Tweeds • Soft luxury and beauty of virgin wool • 15 per cent nylon blended in for washability. • Dee]) rich fust colors. • Wonderfully crease resistant. • Zephyr light and soft • BU inches wide. • Woven by Amana colony craftsmen. • Tailors beautifully, easily. • Choice of many colorful plaids, tweeds, solids in a variety of colors. $3.95 Yard BUTTERICK PATTERN 8664 MISSES' SKIRT AND JKRKIN KNSKMBLE YAKDAGK FOR VJKW A JKKKIN B VIEW B HKIKT _ Si/r 12 14 Ifi .'(.'> ' All I'.ibrirs i! 2>R 214 H" l-'iiljrir lUithipiit Nap) I's !»•« |.1< .'i-l" l-.-ibrlc i Without Nap) P 4 n 4 I'a :t.V All Kalirii's I'H 2 2 44" Kabrir (Without Napl 1* H l v s Z 54" Fabric iWitliuut N^II! I' j !•'!» !•}(. IR 2U 1 ; U _ 1' j 2 WATERS 5th St. Dept. Store ENGAGED . . . Mr. and Mrs. Rndolpf Vicllorf, Biiglry, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Margaret, to Gerald D. Whitten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orio Whittcn. Coon llapids. The bride-elect is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Carroll. Her fiance is a senior, at Bnena Vista College, Storm Lake. The wedding will take place Nov. 28 at St. Patrick's Church, Bayard. (Paige and Paige Photo) chairmen to promote three special projects during the year. The hostesses served refreshments. The serving table was centered with an autumn arrangement and candles. Mrs. Don Jones poured. The next meeting. Nov. 18, will be at the home of Mrs. James Williams. Michael Houlihan's Birthday Is Noted Mrs. James M. Houlihan gave an after-school party Wednesday honoring her son, Michael, on his 10th birthday. Guests were 12 boys from Mrs. Joe Drapscho'S Cub Scout troop. After a scavenger hunt and other games, lunch was served in the recreation room of the Houlihan home. Michael had a birthday cake and received gifts from the boys. Sr. ClaieSSa on Nursing Panel Six members of the nursing profession in Carroll expect to attend e four-day convention of the Iowa State Nurses Association at Hotel Burlington in Burlington this weekend. Included are Sr. M. Norita, Sr. M. Clarella, Mrs. Frank Bielmaier, Mrs. E. C. Pudenz, Mrs. Jan Wachter and Mrs. W. J. Schleisman. Sr. M. Clarella, director of the St. Anthony Hospital school of nursing, will be on a panel of legislation. She is a member of the nurses' examination and legislative committee for the state. About 900 nurses are expected to attend the affair. The local women will leave here Sunday, returning sometime Wednesday. Mrs. Schleisman is vice president of the eighth district in the nurses' association. GOODWILL TRUCK Carroll residents are reminded that the Goodwill truck from Sioux City wlR be in Carroll Monday, Oct. 26. Persons having discarded clothing and household articles are asked to bring them to the Clyde Bayliss home, 1005 North Crawford Street (corner of 10th and Crawford) before noon Monday. A professor says you have to make allowances for college students. Yep, by check. FRIDAY 23rd MIDNIGHT SHOW JOHN AGAR JOYCE MEADOWS ROBERT FULLER Box-Office Opens Af 11:30 P. M. Presbyterian Women Elect Officers for I960 I Members of the United Presbyterian Women's Organization met in the church undercroft Wednesday for a one o'clock pot luck Calendar Thursday— Christian Fellowship Society, St. Paul's Lutheran Church Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Halsing Interlude Club, Mrs Robert Merrill Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. Robert Kloser I. and 0. Club, Mrs. J. J. Lappe Hridgelles, 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. Minnicli Jr. Round, Table, Mrs. E. A. Vaal- 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. Chap man Beta Upsilon Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Gerald Darling Wednesday— G.A.B. Club. Mrs. C. D. Andrews Cub Scout Pack 100, SS. Peter and Paul Cafeteria H. G. Club, Mrs. George Lucey Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn , Wednesday Bridge Club, M r s. Glenn N. Weeks G.T.O.B. Club. Mrs. W. J. Leuer Carroll County Legion Auxiliary, Coon Rapids County Rates High in Units Of Blood Given Carroll rated among the ten highest counties in a three-state jjfea in numbers of units of blood given for the Red Cross Blood Bank program, it was announced Wednesday at a convention in Ornaha for persons interested in the work. In addition, Carroll had the same ranking in increase of number of pints of blood drawn each time. The meeting, the llth annual, was at the Blackstone Hotel in Omaha and was attended by Mrs. Larry Jung, Mrs. Lambert Thelen, Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran and Mrs'. W. J. Schleisman. The convention includes three states: Nebraska, Kansas and Iowa, with a population of over one and one-quarter million people. Fifty-four chapters are in Nebraska, 21 in Iowa and two in Kansas. Mrs. Schleisman was elected to be a representative of the seventh district. She is a member of the executive committee for two years. Announcement was made at the convention that Mary Chipperfield of Omaha will replace the late Margaret Mackechnie, field representative who served this chapter before her death. luncheon preceding their general : meeting Circle I. under chairmanship of Mr.v A. Rras Anneberg was in charge of arrangements Tables were decorated with 'bouquets of fall flowers and autumn leaves. The Rev. and Mrs. Allan Peterson were guests of honor at the luncheon Other guests included Mrs John Lamphere. Mrs. Russcl Franz, Mrs. John Snyder, Mrs. John R. Grey and Mrs. Rudolf ! Kladde ! Mrs. Robert Sorenson presented the meditation for the day, using i Harold Blake Walker's poem, "The .Serene Storm Weather." which is based on the 4111 Chapter of Mark. I verse 39. Members sang "Open ! Mine Eyes." j Mrs. Sorenson also presented Ihe , lesson from an article written by ! Handel H. Brown entitled, "We Were Born to Think — About God." She said that God's wonderful gift to us is the ability to think, j The Bible refers to thinking many 'times. Jesus gave the proclamation to all of us to use our minds to think and to judge. One of Ihe j hardest of all commandments to which the mind can be put. she said, is "Thou shall love the Lord thy God with all thy mind." "Our supreme religious conviction is the fact of Jesus Christ." Mrs. Sorenson said. "Our entrance into Christian life includes the renewal of the mind." * * * Election of oi'lieers for lUtiO was the main item of business. Edith : Graham was re-elected chairman of the organi/ation. Other officers elected include: 1st vice president and program chairman. Mrs. Sorenson; her co-chairman, Mrs. Lou- iy Guam; 2nd vice president, Mrs H F. Wickenkamp: 3rd vice president, Mrs. Martin I. Berger: secretary. Mrs. F. M. Heath; treas- 1 urer. Mrs. P. M. Murray; circle leaders, Mrs. Karl Rogosch. Mrs. : II. C. Schogrc-n, Mrs. R. K. Cooper. Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus; nominating i committee, Mrs. Robert F. Barels. chairman. Mrs. Don While and 1 Mrs. Paul D. Annebcrg. The budget for HHiO was accepted. The Women's Praise Service will be during the worship service Sunday, Nov. D. Guest speaker will be Rosa Paige Welsh. It was announced that good used clothing is being collected at the church for Church World Service. The Rev. Mr. Peterson closed the meeting with prayer. 'Halloween Party Before Meeting of Wa-Tan-Ye Club Premium flu'ir rc>i;iil;ir inn-; in- \\>dnes(by evening, \Va-Tn iM Club nioniluTs hnd a Hallowed, parly in Hie recreation ronni of 'he konnelh Sehwar/enbaeh homi liost'-sscs were Mrs. Ken n e t M Sc'lnvar/.onbaeli, Mrs. Keith K:i><>u and Mrs. Kdnn G. Collins. Halln ween Raines were played, \\ith (.•rizps awarded to Mrs. Al A. (K- ten. Mrs. Guy Raridon and Beulali Osborne. * * * In the business session. re|>oiu il the convention of National /V- cociatinn of Wa-Tan-Yc Clubs, held in \Vaterloo Oct. 9-11, \vpro Riven by Mrs. Karidon and ftthol Km rest, who attended as delegates of the local club Pumpkin pic- and coffee uri" served at the close of the mod in;:. , Mrs. Gerald Darling and Mrs J. C. .Schwar/enbach will he ho lesses at the next meeting, Nnv 4. Initiation of new members \\ill be held at that timo. MEETING CANCELLED The DeMolay Mothers Circle meeting scheduled for Thursday evening at the Masonic Temple has been cancelled. r FREE B H Yk mv EMI COMPLETE INSTALLATION! (Wiring and Venting) with any G. E. CLOTHES DRYER Brand New 1960 Models Now in Slock As Low As Per Week Heircs Electric Carroll, Iowa ! Mrs. Campbell Is ; Hostess to Sorority Epsilon Chi Chapter. Beta Sig| ma Phi Sorority, met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Roger i Campbell, chapter president. i The chapter is invited to a workshop Oct. 29 at Manning in con. nection with the annual Christmas I Seal drive. j Mrs. G C. Scott presente/i a I program on prose. Mrs. Campbell served dessert and coffee at the close of the meeting The chapter's next meeting will be a banquet at the Burke Motor Inn Tuesday evening, Nov. 3. Dessert-Bridge Saturday Evening A dessert bridge will be held at the Carroll Country Club Saturday, Oct. 24, beginning at H p m. Reservations should be made with Mrs. A. B. Hulsehus. phone 9. r >!H. Built by the third generation of a famous family that has dedicated itself to line pianos for nearly a century Story & Clark pianos are "the world's greatest values" Compare them, and judge for yourself! HOllEY'S PIANO HOUSE 1 Block West and 6 Blocks North of Post Office Carroll, Iowa Carroll Two policemen in an Ohio town i | really caught something. Measles! "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE" ENDS TO-NITE (THURS.) M-C M Presents AN ANGOLA PRODUCTION „„ „ GLENN FORD • DEBBIE REYNOLDS "IT STARTED WITH A KISS" In CINEMASCOPE >nd METROCOLOR A R ROLL FRI & SAT • &OlB.!XMiUf'S THE STAGGERING STORY OF STRENGTH... AND SEDUCTION!; m CECIL B-OkMILlE-S^UKONMiDEUUlir lAMARR • MATURE • SANDERS- LANS BURY WltCOXON F>4d«M 1*4 b>'Ki»I h CU'l I (iiMml • V'trAfMi ti ln>( i tin) !• I>K * M I'tll • lit* («'j./4l Plt'14'ilt h **••*< l*«t t*3 'Htl, • IM'-.- ||| ""iT^.Ti 1 ! ^T^r*." 1 "" TECHNICOLOR Continuous Nightly From 7:00 P. M. Kiddie Show +s Saturday at 2:00 P. M. "MUSTANG" GLAZED k DO-NUTS „„.„ By popular demand we will feature Delicious Cinnamon Butter Flakj Rolls 42c Ooz. They'll add /csf to your luncheon 01- dinner. Yellow Butter Loaf Cake 53c •each Hifh butter cake frosted with fluffy Tutt! Fruiti hutter I os Coconut- Cream Pie 59c Each Tomler flfiky rriisl flllutl with urlli'lou.K ciiM;ird ci-cam and an- KH Iliikp rurnniil and topped with I'rcsh t'uu white HUM Steak House French Bread 22C uoaf C-rls|)y, hearth baUcil KNHK'HKD while bit-ail . . . tlic prrlVrl gallic bread. • Do-nuts • Brownies Cup Cakes • Cookies • Caramel Apples • Candy Mints

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