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October 24, 1959

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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F.LC. Club Has Program About Alaska FLf. Club mpmbprs me\ Friday afternoon at (lie home of Mrs. A! A. Ostpn. Roll call was an- ?\vere<1 by naming a distinguished forrign imigrant. Mrs. B. W. Fisk presented the second part of a two-part program about the two new states. Hawaii and Alaska. She told about the prowth of Alaska towards modern living. Mrs. Osten served a (ray lunch preceding the business meeting. Wilma Mohler will be the club's next hostess Friday, Nov. 6. Joan Kaschmitter and Paul J. Nelson Marry Wedding vows were exchanged jin St. Patrick's Catholic Church jaf Sheldon Saturday morning, Oct. J24, by Joan Kaschmitter and Paul J. Nelson of Carroll. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. G. Kasch' milter. Sheldon, and Mr. and Mrs. Knute Nelson, Carroll. The double ring ceremony was read at ten o'clock by the Rev. ij. J. Hyland before an altar dec- i orated with white mums and pom I poms. Wedding music was played Time* Herald, Carroll, It. Saturday, Oct. 24, 19S9 Business & Professional Directory W. L WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll St. Office 9782 Horn* 9587 Dr. N. D. Schulz DENTIST 822 N. Main St. Phone 2528 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Did 9774 Al Boss Specializing In Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Contact Lens Specialist Dr. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist VISION SPECIALIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE DIAL 3318 Ground Floor OHict 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 Stt. DIAL 9687 CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. Re A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516V2 N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 Wett 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 ROBERT S. MORROW CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audit*, 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 — Obstetric* — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 R, 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 and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the Eye Classes Fitted A. REAS ANNEBERG, M.D. Medical «nd Surgical Treatment of Diseases of Eye, Ear Nose and Throat Hearing Aids WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D- Surgery and Diseases of Woman and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery end Disease* of Bones and Joint* Including Fracture* JAMES M. TIERNEY, M.D. — Internal Medicine JOE T. McKIBBEN, M.D. — General Surgery DIAL 3557 hy Sr. Mary Sheila, organist, who also accompanied St. Patrick's School Choir. Mr. Kaschmitter gave his daughter in marriage. The bride and groom were attended by their sisters and brothers. Karen Nelson was maid of honor and .Tane Nelson, bridesmaid. Harvey Nelson was best man and Matthew Kaschmitter. St. Paul, Minn, groomsman. Their friends Elmer Bedford, Carroll, and Mike Sullivan, Manning, seated the guests. # * * The bride's white gown of net over silk taffeta was floor-length, with long, tapered lace sleeves and fitted bodice. Her fingertip veil of silk Jljusion was attached to a lace ' pillbox hat edged with pearls. She carried a cascade arrangement of white mums and pom poms. Carrying out the bride's chosen colors of Cotillion blue and white, her attendants wore Cotillion blue satin sheath dresses with net overskirts, styled with scoop necklines and short sleeves. Their satin pillbox hats which held circular veils, matched their dresses. Each carried a colonial arrangement of white carnations. # # * Seventy-five guests were entertained at St. Patrick's Parish Hall at dinner and a reception following the ceremony. Mrs. Nelson was graduated from Sheldon Public High School and St. Anthony School of Professional Nursing in Carroll. She is employed at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. Nelson, a Kuemper High School graduate, is employed by Omar Bakery. Mr. and Mrs. Nelson are taking a week's wedding trip. After Nov. 2 they will be at home at 905 North West Street, Carroll. Hike Monday for Girl Scout Troop 69 Girl Scout Troop 69 will have a hike and stew dinner Monday, Oct. 26, beginning at 9:30 a.m., until 3 p.m. The girls are to meet at the pump house, wearing warm clothing, and bringing with them ¥4 pound of hamburger, a medium- sized potato, a carrot, a large apple for baking, and whatever they wish to drink. Mrs. Raymond Berger is the troop leader. Homemakers to Meet Here Nov. 6 Foods, -table decorations and exhibits with the holiday theme will be the subject of a county-wide meeting for homemakers Friday afternoon, Nov. 6, at the Elks Building. Phyllis Olsen of Iowa State JJniversity will demonstrate the food preparation. The committee-in-charge is extending a welcome for anyone to visit the exhibit, which opens at 12:45. The demonstration will begin at 1:45. IN HOSPITAL Miss Susan Flack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Flack was taken to the Greene county hospital in Jefferson on Saturday where she underwent surgery for a ruptured appendix. Susan is recovering satisfactorily. Sharon Wlar came Friday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Wiar. She attends American Instilule of Business in Des Moines. DEMONSTRATE PRIMARY READING . . . These children, part of the two first- grade classes at St. Lawrence School, will show the processes of learning to read when parents visits school Tuesday night for the Home and School Club meeting. Teachers in the picture arc Sr. M. Bcriwllc, shown left In the picture holding word Cards. Sr. M. Emclyn assists at the back of the classroom, (Paige & Paige Photo) D.Y.O. at Auburn Elects New Officers (Tlini's Hornld Xow» Service) AUBURN — Thirty-nine members were present, at the first meeting of the season of the D.Y.O. of St. John's parish. Election of officers was held, with the following results: Karen Sundrup. president; Ronald Berg, vice president; Marilyn Leiting, secretary, and Vernon Henkenius, treasurer. Jean Schweers was appointed reporter. Plans were made for the initiation of new members. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann presided at the meeting until the new officers were installed. Pleasant Ridge Missionary Group Meets in Glidden (Timns Ilrrnld News Service) PLEASANT RIDGE - The Women's Missionary Society met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Hartwigsen in Glidden, conducted by Mrs. Ramona Schulze, president. Eighteen women and several children were present. The meeting opened with singing a hymn and prayer offered by Mrs. Golda Nelson. Among items of business discussed were ways of raising money to redecorate the church sanctuary. The Society will send money to American Indian missions in Oklahoma as a Christmas project. Devotions from Romans 10:1318 and the lesson were presented by Mrs. Retha Pischel. She reviewed mission work on the island of. Jamaica, British West Indies. After the closing prayer by Mrs. Anna Morgan, Mrs. Hartwigsen served lunch. The next meeting will be Nov. 18 at the home of Mrs. Fern Betts, The lesson will be presented by Mrs. Carol Kidney. HOW LONG SINCE YOU WERE FREEZING TO DEATH? Never? A simple cloak nevermeant the difference between life and death to you? Th«n you can't possibly know what it would mean this winter to more than half the people in many parts of the world. Perhaps you can imagine it.. .just as you can imagine a needy child's gratitude for a gift from you, So give your mpst to Overseas Aid now—through your own Faith's program. PROTESTANT Oiv* to fh« SHAM OUR SURPLUS APPIAl CATHOLIC Olv« !• Iht BISHOPS' THANKKMVINO CLOTHING COUICTION JEWISH tit* I* |h» UNITSD JSWIiM APHAl SPfCIAL FUND Give THANKS by GIVING World Refugee Year 1959-1960 Published as a public service in cooperation with The Advertising \ Council and the Newspaper Ad- : vtrtising Executives Association, ON HONOR ROLL (Times HcraW News Service) MANNING — Junior high school principal Oliver Himlcy has released the following junior high honor roll for the first six-weeks' period: 8th: Colene Anthony, Karen Brady, Joan Graves, Sheryl Hill, Terry Hummer, Dian Tank, Beverly Talbott, Deanna Volquart&en, Mary Zerwas, Gene Beckman, Tom Bromert, Bill Graner, Ronald Nlssen, Robert Venteicher, Don Wagner and Kent Weible. 7th: Connie Anthony, Irma Borkowski, Phyllis Graner, Bette Kruse, Angela Kusel, Janet Ranniger, Joan Ranniger, Gay Singsank, Linda Struve, Donald Callender, Nathan Dappen, Gene Ehlers, Jeffrey Musfeldt. William Ohde, Dan Pratt, Tom Schroeder and Edward Stangl. ATTEND SERVICES (Tlmi!s Herald News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. James Drees, Dean Drees, Mrs. Henry Drees and Mrs. Henry Kerkhoff returned Tuesday from St. Louis, Mo., where they attended funerals Monday for Charles Lovely and Mrs. George Brinker. Oregon Territory originally included 280,541 square miles. Grace your Thanksgiving Table with Perfect for special occasions . , . and a welcome surprise any time . . flowers! • Dried Flowers and Materials for Winter Bouquets • Beautiful Fresh Cut Flowers Design your own bouquet or let us make one for you. ANN'S 2 Doors W. of Main Ice Cream Flower & Gift Strop Dial 3636 •^^^^•^^^^••^^^^••^^^^•^^^^••^^^^i^'^ Calenda 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.Or, Mrs. Robert F. Barels Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. L. R. Chapman Beta Upsllon Chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Gerald Darling St. Lawrence Home and School Club, 8 p.m., parish hall Wednesday— G.A.B. Club, Mrs. C. D. Andrews Cub Scout Pack 100, SS. Peter and Paul Cafeteria H. G. Club, Mrs. George Luoey Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. W. J. Leuer Carroll County Legion Auxiliary, Coon Rapids Toastmistress Club, 7 p.m. potluck, Mrs. J. L. Cochran Thursday- Double Four Club, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer Triple C Club, Mrs F. J. Schlor- holtz T.E.G. Club, Mrs. C. H. Duffy Euchre Club, Mrs. Al Wiederhold Happy Hostess Club, Mrs. Cletus Boes Kardettes, Mrs. Lewis Rich, Glidden N.O.E. Club, Mrs, J. W. Willenburg E.N.E. Club, Mrs. Al Boss 8-4 Fun Club, Mrs. James Jackley Clio Club, Library Clubroom Friday- Past Matrons O.E.S., 6:30 potluck, Masonic Temple Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman 'Guidance' Is Topic At P. T. A. Meeting (Times Herald Newi Service) SCRANTON — The monthly P.T.A. meeting was held at the school auditorium. Buford McClurg, president, presided at the short business meeting, About 45 parents were present and participated in an open discussion of "Guidance" as explained by W. Hansen, guidance teacher at the Scran ton school. Mr. McClurg served as moderator of a panel composed of Mr. Hansen, Mrs, Gorman, third grade teacher, Mr. Clarkin, high school principal, Mr. John Fey and Mrs. D. M. Nixon, Marge Gibson, who spent the summer working as a nurses aide in a Kansas City Hospital, has returned home. She flew to Des Moines where she was met by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gibson. Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Kinnick oi Battle Creek spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Vern Carrick and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Paup and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Paup went to DeWitt on Sunday, where they met Mr. and Mrs. George MacDonald. They were accompanied by Randy and Martin MacDonald who had spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Paup while their parents moved to LaSalle, 111. Randy and Martin returned to LaSalle with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. A. MacDonald entertained at a potluck supper Saturday evening. Those present included Mr. and Mrs. Bert Amsden, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. MacDonald, Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Grif- ling and Merrill of Centerville and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Juergens and Peggy Sue. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Mallett arc vacationing this week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Merriam spent Sunday in Fort Dodge with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Merriam and family, who plan to move to California in the near future. Lawrence Hayes of Loveland, Colo., arrived Monday and spent several days with Mr. and Mrs. Orrie Morlan. i Leo Bernings Feted on 35th Anniversary (Time* New» Bflrvlrc) COON RAPIDS — The children and grandchildren of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bernlng entertained them at a 7:30 dinner in the Lariat Room of Pauline's Cafe in Carroll in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary Oct. 21. The table was centered with a large anniversary cake made and decorated by Mrs. Ed Gehling. After dinner the group went to the Berning home for an evening of cards and visiting. Attending with Mr. and Mrs. Berning were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wuebker, Tommy, Dickie and Mary Ann, Ayrshire; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gehling and Janice Kay, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hoffman, Patty, Dennis and Diane, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Berning, Breda; and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berning Jr. and Beth Ann, Arcadia. Lake City's United Fund Drive in Progress (T)mes Hcrultl News Service) LAKE CITY — A total of $2098.96 has been conlribuled so far in Lake City's United Fund drive according to the director, the Rev. John Lewis. Groups contributing are: ward 1, $405.40; ward 2, $254.00; ward 3, $138.00; ward 4, $194.00; business houses, $465.00; professional men, $150.00; schools, $177.78; hospitals, $234.78; service organizations and clubs, $80.00. The drive will continue for at least another week. Lake City's observance of World Community Day, Friday, Nov. 6, will be a 9:30 a.m. breakfast at Woodlawn Christian church, according to Mrs. Richard Carlson, president of the board of the Lake City United Churchwomen. Theme of the day is "Full Partners for Peace." Mrs. Julius Friedel is program chairman. There will be worship, a skit, and the presentation of gifts of new and used clothing for babies and small children. At the board's planning meeting held Oct. 9, Mra. Friedel was elected president for 1960, and Mrs. Robert Carter, secretary. Mrs. Ed Blair was hostess to the Lake City Garden Club. Roll call was "Something I Learned the Hard Way," In place of a program, Ihere was a sale of surplus flower bulbs from the members' gardens. A workshop was planned for the purpose of making Christmas swags and corsages to be sold at the annual holiday show December 5 and 6. Mrs. Blair served lunch. Reading Program Will be Presented to Parents "Your Child Lenrns to Read" will be the theme of the program for the October 27 meeting of the St. Lawrence Home and School Association. Sr. M. Emelyn F.S.P.A., leather of Grade 1, will explain to the Personals Mrs. Anton Ulmnl and Mrs. Jill- vma Vcnteicher returned Friday from 'a three-week vacation trip to California with Mr. and Mrs. Leo J. Simons. Cedar Rapids. They visited Mrs. Simons' brothers and sisters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kehrer, at Quincy; Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kehrer nl Vrcka; and Mr. and Mra. Joe Kehrer al Stockton They also visited Mrs. Bluml's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Neucrberg, at Oakland. Mrs. Neuerbcrg is the former .Jolene Bluml. Al Merced, they visited briefly with Muriel Reynolds, formerly of Carroll. While in California, they also took several scenic side trips, including the Ml. Shasta Ski Bowl, Ml. Lnsson and Lake Tahoe. Mrs. Venteicher returned to her duties Saturday morning as office manager at the Pepsi-Cola Bottling Company. Lelond Kienast Heads Church Group (Time* Hemld News Service) MANNING — The Zion Lutheran Mr. and Mrs. Group has elected officers for the coming year. Leland Kienast is president, succeeding Lawrence Northwehr. Russell Mohr is vice president, and Audrey Olson, secretary - treasurer. The group plans to serve the Lutheran Laymen's League banquet Nov. 8. Mrs. Charles Hagen, Monticello, is spending the week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Vollmer. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Grage have moved into their home on First. Street, purchased from A, H. Hinz. The first meeting of the BAB Club was held Oct. 20 al the home of Mrs. Louis Schelldorf. Dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. H.E. Meyers, Mrs. C. T. Bennett and Mrs. C. J. Claussen were guests. Mrs. Louise Sinn held high for members, Mrs. Harry Hoffmann, second. Mrs. Claussen held high for guests. Thirty-two Brownie Scouts, with three leaders met at the grade school building Oct. 20 for election of officers, Paulette Weiss Is president; Patty Pfoltner, vice president; Barbara Wiese, secretary; and Sandra Schrum, treasurer. The girls gave the Brownie Promise and sang Brownie songs. Lunch; was served by Linda Schroeder and Paulette Weiss, and their mothers. Mary Jo Haase and Cathy Felker will be hostesses at the Nov. 3 meeting. Mr. and Mrs. EmmeU Champion were in Harlan Thursday calling at the Pauley Funeral Home there because of the death of Joe Carey, Panama. Mr. Carey, who was killed in a car-tractor accident near Panama Tuesday morning, was the father (if Mr. Champion's sister-in-law, Mrs. Joe Champion, Omaha. The Rev. and Mrs. Ivan C. Hys returned Friday afternoon from California where the Rev. Mr. Bys attended the Methodist National Council of Evangelism for three days, and conducted services at Temple Methodist C h u r c h in Compton, a part of greater Los Angeles. Mrs. Bys visited in the home of the Rev. Mr. Bys 1 undo and aunt, Mr. and Mrs, William G. Bys, at Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Leiting are moving Monday from the Ed Leiting residence, Route 3, to 523 West Fifteenth Street. I parents the importance of bo 111=; n good reader, (lie initial sliu,.- of rending and how reading skill, are developed. i Sv. M. Bonn-lie, F.S.P.A., ai-.. 'teaching Grade I, will give a nVm- onstration with a group of Mr-i 1 graders. Slit 1 will show .some |>!KI- es of tln j reading readiness pn> tfi'am, how the 17 basic words an 1 ! introduced and how the pupils ai • 1 tually begin to read. The children .will show tln-ir parents how \M'", they can read after only a tew weeks of school. I At the close of the rlomonsti > I (ion the enlin> first grade will ;i-- seinble around the stage to sing a song dcdiculod lo (heir parenis. To emphasize the fact that Icai n, ing lo read is difficult, for a small I child, Sr. M. Emelyn will conduct an experiment in which \\\P ! parents will be called upon to road ! a story in which abstract symbols arc used in place of the letters of (lit 1 alphabet. ' The material and equipment \ used in the (onchlng of reading j will 1)0 on display. The phnnir.s program compiled by a eominill' 1 ' 1 ; of Franciscan sisters will be ol 'special interest. It is a research ! project covering Ihree summers nl intensive committee work and three years nf experimentation This phonics program is now functioning in the schools conducted by the Franciscan sisters. ItETURNS TO HOSPITAL Walter Sayre was taken to tin- Greene county hospital in Jefferson by Huffman ambulance Saturday. Me had returned from tin- hospital the previous week, but is improving. Virginia Shurp, who attends Northwest Institute of Laboratory j Technique, Minneapolis, arrived | home early Saturday morning ic I visit her parents until Sunday afternoon. Rob Burns, son of Mr. mid Mrs. Roy J. Burns, came Friday afternoon lo visit his parents over tho weekend and attend Carroll High School homecoming activities. He is a freshman al Drake University, DOS Moines. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden North American Van Lines, me, Moving Agents for Fall is right for this time of year as far as the leaves are concerned. STAY WHERE YOU ARE! , Tune TV from across the room ONLY 719" Exchange .T'.b**"?' Hsnd«om» coniol. TV *«h'W.r.l.nWl,ard"«l. c ironici.nigl. control. 26; ,q. | n . p| c | ur ,; Available in 3 beautiful flnlih.s. 2UT965. RCA VICTOR TV WITH "WIRELESS WIZARD" REMOTE CONTROL AND "ONE-SET" ELECTRONIC FINE TUNING Franchisee! Dealer for RCA Victor Black and White or Color TV. Sporrer's TV & Appliances Dial 9513 - Plenty of Free Parking - 9th & Se-linger

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