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Carroll Times Herald (Newspaper) - June 5, 1944, Carroll, Iowa Arts society Templeton court of Catholic daughters receives new members. Thirty one new members were received into court sacred heart no. 464, Catholic daughters of America Templeton at a reception of members in the Hall there yesterday afternoon. Upon invitation from the Templeton court officers of court St. Rose of Lima no. 6 of Carroll were in charge of the initiation. Lunch was served after the conferring of the degrees and the afternoon was rounded out with a program. The Rev. For. Leo Lenz of Templeton addressed the gathering and brought greetings to the group from it. Rev. Mon alg Nof p. H. Huesmann who was unable to be present. Mrs. F. L. Sharp grand Regent of the Carroll court presided during the initiatory service assisted by miss Venita rust vice Regent mrs. Joe Uckelman prophetess miss. Agnes Finnegan lecturer mrs. J. B. Frenking Monitor mrs. H. J. Traner historian miss Agnes Kerwin financial Secretary miss Mildred Baumhover Sentinel mrs. Henry Hannasch mrs. Leonard Schissel and mrs. Today s pattern Vitus Schechinger color guards misses Arlene Bierl and Edna Foley guides and miss Lenore Keefe organist. Miss Nell o Donnell District Deputy was present besides other members of the Carroll court. Received into the order As new members wore mrs. Carrie Renze mrs. Eleanor Hoffman mrs. Crew Contla Luchtel mra. Hilda Steffes mrs. To lilo Holthoff. Mrs. Betty Mahon mrs. Pauline Kerkhoff mrs. Dermal be doll also miss Margaret Lut Woltze mrs. Johanna Middendorf miss Ruth Stevens mrs. Beatrice of Retzman mrs. Helen trl Beok mrs. Katie Fisher mrs. Helen Kasperbauer mrs. Vera Cramer mrs. Bar Nadine Wittrock mass Elaine Lechtenberg mrs. Luck let Klein and mrs. Dorothy Bultel All of Templeton mrs. Lena Axman mrs. Martina Margaret irl Beck Dorothy Irlbeck my. Dorothy Roth Meyer mrs Maymo welter and mrs. Hat tie Meyer dec Ham mrs. Theodore Jan a liar mrs. Rose Roth and mrs. Florence Odendahl Carroll mrs. Claudia Knueven and Mari. Ullh Culna Irlbeck. Nine More were received into the order by reinstatement mrs. Kathleen Schoop Ner Coon rapids mrs. Colette c. Bock Carroll mrs. Elmer Kos gun mrs. Nick float Zinger mrs. Hilda Stang mrs. Felix a Retzman mrs. Barbara Heltman mrs Florence Fox and mra. Elizabeth Lech Civ Berg Templeton. Mrs. A w. Hills and mrs. Louis Gnam Are luncheon hostesses mrs. J. W. Hills and mrs. Louis m. Gnam were hostesses at a 1 o clock Bridge luncheon at the Carroll country club saturday afternoon. Arrangements of peonies irises Syringa and yellow roses decorated the a shaped tables which were placed in front of the fireplace. There were also bouquets of Garden Flowers about the room. Throe rubbers of contract were played and score prizes were awarded to mrs. Clifford Mccar Villo mrs. H. A. Matt mrs. Otto Dietrich mrs. Nick Beiter and mrs. E. F. Osburn. The hostesses presented guest gifts to miss Clara Sturm of Maryville mo., mrs. Glenn Cook of Decatur ala., and mrs. J. A Phipps who is leaving Carroll. Out of town guests included mrs. R. O. Moorhouse mrs. W. H rust mrs. H. Hopkins and mrs. C. U. Fisher of Glidden. Easy to look at to Wear and to make is this trim Side buttoning frock pattern 9256, spreads Flat Lor easy ironing. Ideal in Cotton. Pattern 9256 May be ordered in sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 20 30, 32, 34, 36, 38, 40. Size 16 takes 3 i Yards 35-Inch material. This pattern together with a needlework pattern of useful and decorative motifs for linens and garments Twenty cents. 8�nd Twenty cents in coins for these patterns to the Dally times Herald 25, pattern dept., 232 West 18th St., new York 11, n. Y. Write plainly size name address style number. A end fifteen cents More for the Marian Martin new and bigger summer pattern Book. 32-pages, Ebay to make a tyly a. Free pattern printed in Hook clubs social Gaunda monday Rainbow girls masonic Temple. Rotary club ladies and guest night 6 30 p. M., Carroll country club. Tuesday . Auxiliary legion Hall. C. Contract club mrs. W. R. Lee. O. E. Club mrs. Henry pies Ter. Pomp Tae Somatee miss Arlene Bierl. Book of the month club dinner meeting mrs. F. P. Colli son. Little Flower study club dinner party Carroll country club. Wednesday Catholic daughters installation of officers k. Of c. Hall. Wednesday Bridge club mrs. H. L. Bell at the Burke. Thursday . Club mrs. Lynn far Rell. Bridge luncheon Carroll country a club. . Club mrs. John Schachtner. Friday Friday contract club mrs. J. W. Wilson at country club. I and o club mrs. Theodore Dirkx. Rebekah Lodge i. O. O. F. Hall. C. Club picnic mrs. Addie Kingman. Sunday Walther league june picnic breakfast. Letsgo pinochle club mrs. Louis Fritz. Lidderdale couple s wedding anniversary is noted at party Lidderdale this a group of relatives and friends surprised or and mrs. Fred Breidert sr., at their Home Friday evening in Hon or of their 35th wedding anniversary. Games and cards were played and prizes were won by mrs. Sophia Seeden mrs. John Kurth mrs. Carl Kuebler mrs. Clarence Venteicher miss Deloris Wenck and miss Ethel Breidert. Lunch was served later in the evening and or. And mrs. Breidert were presented with Many gifts. Those present were or. And mrs. Mike Johnson of Roberts. 111., or. And mrs. Mono Johnson and son Donald Kempton Iii or. And mrs. A. H. Sporleder and son Lawrence or. And mrs. Ervin spor Leder and family or. And mrs. Frank Breidert Anil family or. And mrs. Freddie Breidert jr., and daughter. Or. And mrs. Alolph Kricke and daughter or. And mrs. John Kurth and family or. And mrs. Clarence Venteicher or. And mrs. Henry Rohrbeck and son John mrs. Elsie Wenck and family mrs. Carl Kuebler mrs. Sophia Seeden or. And mrs. Fred Johnson and or. And mrs. Herman Subbert and Reddy kilowatt sees nearly everything you buy has gone up in Price except your electricity. The average family gets about twice As much electricity for every Dollar As it did 15 years ago. Iowa Public service company a self supporting taxpaying business season s first Bridge luncheon at country club thursday june 8 the season s first Bridge luncheon will be held at the Carroll country club thursday afternoon june 8. A 1 o clock luncheon will be followed by contract. Mrs. A l. Mcconkie and mrs. S. A Kudsk Are co chairmen of the hostess committee other members of which Are mrs. H. L. Bell mrs. R. L. Sifford mrs. W. Hanssen mrs. W. H. Scharn Weber mrs. James Kisgen mrs. R. E. Mccoy mrs. Roy j. Burns mrs. Romayne e. Huffman mrs. J. A. Dougherty mrs. Herman Gotch and mrs. Clyde Carlson. Personal paragraphs or. And mrs. Floyd Gray and family of Wichita kas., arrived last night to spend about two weeks with their parents or. And mrs. Charles Gray and or. And mrs. Steve Vanderloo and with other relatives. Us summer Protection it. C. Van House Petty officer 3/c, u. S. N., who had been at his Home in Coon rapids on leave left saturday night from Carroll for Farragut Idaho where he is stationed As a Cook. Mrs. Van House and son Clayton who came to Carroll with him stayed for a week end visit with her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Lambert j. Thelen and family. Recital to be held tonight in Sanctuary of methodist Church Martha Peters pianist and Mezzo Soprano Twila postal Mezzo Soprano and Gladys Marie Gary violinist will appear in a recital sponsored by the woman s society of Christian service of the methodist Church in the Church Sanctuary at 8 15 this evening. Miss Peters will open the program with three piano solos the submerged Cathedral the maid with the Flaxen hair and Gold Liwong s cake walk All by Debussy. Later in the program she will sing to the children Rachmaninoff to r a m p i n a Boatner and animal crackers Hageman. Miss postal s vocal members include Sylvia Oley Speaks Sunrise and you Arthur penh and weeping Mary Thomas. Miss Gary will contribute three violin solos Tambourin chinos Kreisler andante from symphonic Espagnole. Lalo and introduction and Rondo Caprie Coso Mendelssohn. Miss Peters and mrs. Earl Gary will be the accompanists. Mrs. Jeorge Beyer and daughters of Ordiann and Mary Jane who had spent three weeks at the Wuebker farm Northwest of Carrol and with the children s grandmother mrs. A. J. Beyer returned to their Home at Parsons kas., yesterday. They were accompanied by miss Grace Hamilton who will visit the Beyer family and also mrs. Beyer s sister miss Loretta Wuebker. Pfc. Frank balk who arrived Home from Camp Ellis 111., Friday night on fifteen Day furlough and his Mother mrs. A. Balk left yesterday for new York. Pfc. Balk will return to Carroll with hi3 Mother and go Back to Camp from Here. Leo Wuebker s. 2/c, who is Home on leave from Hawthorne nev., and Albert Wuebker Are spending today and tuesday with their brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. John Wiedemeyer at Spencer. By Alice Brooks for Protection against summer dust for a Bright note for warm Days this collection of Small slip covers answers Many needs. Instructions 7124 contain step by step directions for slip covers shown also for bed ends lamp shades Radiator covers Footstool. This pattern together wlm a needlework pattern of useful and decor Alve motifs for linens and garments fifteen cents. and Pat Kun no Mukk. Send fifteen cents in coins for these pattern to the Dally times Herald household arts dept. 2&9 w. 14th St. New York 11, n. Y. Write plainly name address us a l att Lin no Mikk. Our new 112-Paue needlework Book is yours for fifteen cents More. 130 of design for embroidery Home decoration toys knitting Crochet quilts. Mrs. Arthur Nervig of Eagle Grove came yesterday to visit her Mother mrs. Joseph Burns and family until thursday. Miss Naomi Roberts is Home from Galva 111., where she has completed a year s teaching in the High school. She will be Here a few weeks before leaving for Dallas Tex. Dorothy Frank s hymn Sung sunday at St. Lawrence of tender heart of Jesus a hymn composed by Dorothy Frank daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Frank was Sung for the first time at the St. Lawrence Church after the 9 30 High mass yesterday morning. The words As Well As the music were written by Dorothy two years ago when she was 16 years old. The hymn was Sung by the senior choir of which she is a member. Dorothy was unaware that the hymn was to be included in the musical portion of the service its rendition having been planned by the Rev. Father s. Poeckes As a Surprise to her. William j. Forrest jr., s.2/c, left this morning from Manilla to report Back at the naval training station at Farragut Idaho following a fifteen Day leave which he his wife and children divided Between the Homes of his parents or. And mrs. W. J. Forrest in. Carroll and mrs. Forrest s parents or. And mrs. Frank a. Miller at Manilla. Mrs. Forrest and sons Larry and Frankie Are now in Manilla but the daughters Shirley and Janet Are visiting indefinitely in the or. W. J. Forrest Home. Or. And mrs. Ross Rector of Odebolt visited sunday with or. And mrs. Ray Boughton. Or. Rector is superintendent of the Adams ranch. Mrs. C. E. Lowder of Ida Grove was also a sunday guest of the Boughton and mrs. W. J. La Point of it. Dodge a Cousin of mrs. Boughton is spending the week with them. Miss m. Ethel Allanson of Wheaton Minn arrived yesterday for a two weeks visit with or. And mrs. E. F. Osburn and family. Or. And mrs. George j. Hess and or. And mrs. A. H. Lehman were in Des Moines saturday attending the elks convention. Or. And mrs. Steve Vanderloo left sunday for Sioux Falls s. D., to be with their son John who was scheduled to undergo a major operation this morning. Dorothy Frank went to Des Moines this morning to visit Kath Erine Miller until wednesday. Or. And mrs. John Saba of Holstein were guests in the Home of or. And mrs. A. F. Reed yesterday.  Amily picnic sunday Given As Farewell for Dorothy Frank honouring Dorothy Frank who plans to leave june 15 for grand rapids mich., to enter the carmelite Convent a group of relatives had a picnic at Black Hawk Lake yesterday. Participants additional to Dorothy s parents or. And mrs. Joe Frank her brother Bobby brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. Rebert Pohlner and grandmother mrs. George Frank included Fred Meyers son Paul and daughters Bonnie and Rosemary or. And mrs. Rudy Meyers and daughter Marilyn or. And mrs. Don Odendahl Helen Louise and Mary Alice Meyers. Omer Langenfeld . 1/c, who had been Home on thirty Day leave left this morning to report Back at Camp Endicott r. I. He was accompanied by mrs. Langenfeld who will remain with him As Longi As he is stationed there. Mrs. Glenn n. Weeks and daughter Marcia went to Iowa City yesterday to spend several Days with their daughter and sister Jane. They went by Way of Grinnell whore they took four Carroll boys who Are attending the Hawkeye boys state there this week. Or. And mrs. Ervin Sederburg and children Curtis and Ronnie spent the week end with mrs. Sederburg s parents or. And mrs. W. H. Mclntyre at red Oak. Or. And mrs. It. A. Swett of Griswold were guests of or. And mrs. W. H. Smith yesterday. Mrs. Don j. Huck of Norfolk neb., formerly of Carroll is visiting friends Here today while or. Huck is in Rockwell City. They Are returning to Norfolk tonight. Miss Mildred Vicarius formerly employed at Henry Field s seed store is a new operator in the local office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone company where she began work this morning. Carroll Iowa times Herald. Air w Aca Ravert i audience Here a Tranter named member of of a District staff b. G. Tranter of Carroll was named a member of the staff on the Board of operations in the Des Moines District of the opa at a meeting held june 1 at Des Moines. Tranter who had been Secretary of the Carroll War Price and rationing Board will have general supervision Over 12 rationing boards in this area. The locations of the 12 boards had not been made Public by the opa according to a report this morning. Miss Hildegarde Schechinger has been named As acting Secretary of the local Board in place of Tranter. Cadet l. E. Fay Iii who attends River Side military Academy at Gainesville ga., arrived saturday to spend the summer with his parents or. And mrs. L. E. Fay or. Mrs. Don Bocken and children Maryann and Charles Robert returned yesterday from a week s visit with the children s grandmother mrs. Herman Bocken at Harlan. Miss i Tancula Heeney of Hubbard neb., who is employed in Omaha spent the week end in the Home of her brother in Law a. J. Waters and family. Or. And mrs. Herschel try on visited Over sunday in the Home of the former s Mother i mrs. John Tryon at Omaha. A sgt. Lee Brazzell who had spent a few Days with his wife and baby daughter Renee left yesterday morning to report Back at Camp Breckenridge by. Mrs. Brazzell is the former Aldura m Osman. Or. And mrs. A. C. Onken observe their wedding anniversary or. And mrs. A. C. Onken celebrated their 47th wedding anniversary at a family dinner party at their Home last evening. It was also in the nature of a Farewell for their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. R. L. Schoen who left Fon their Home at Long Beach calif., this morning after a month s visit with the on kens and also with or Schoen s parents in Minnesota. Guests included or. And mrs. Kenneth Davis and children Carol Joy and Billy and mrs. Rita Davis of Glidden. Or. And mrs. F. W. Nelson of storm Lake visited the latter s aunt mrs. E. Hoover saturday. They stopped Here on their Way to Boone. Miss Alma Molaud returned to Des Moines last night after spending the week end with misses Mary Louise Schmich and Mary Frances Schiltz. She is an instructor at the american Institute of business. Or. And mrs. Joe Mescher of Omaha spent the week end with their parents mrs. Fred Mescher and or. And mrs. E. A. Schiltz. Miss Veronica port of Omaha and or. And mrs. Glenn Brown of Underwood were week end guests in the Home of mrs. Brown s brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Otmar j. Bernholtz la it u Pepsi cola company Long Island Banc Uund Boto to Pepsi cola Hotling co Catt Oll tonight thru wed. Also technicolor cartoon million Dollar cat and news with All the ingredients of i top notch Broadway show the air waca Ravan thrilled a Large audience at the Carroll High school auditorium saturday night. Its music was tops Ltd dances thrilling its comedy the Best Novelty acts abounded throughout the two hour entertainment feature. The free show came to Carroll to entertain the Community and stir up interest among eligible women to join the air was. Although women were urged to Register representatives of the show said Only 13 signed up. The registration was Only to find out who were interested in joining not to enlist. Mrs. John Juergens who lives on North West Street was presented with a $50 War Bond contributed by the Carroll Squadron of the civil air patrol which sponsored the appearance of the show. Members of the patrol in uniform were on duty at the show. The show itself sparkled with variety. It boasted a cast of 30 soldiers who prior to their entry in the army air forces were All professional stars of stage screen and radio. They have been brought together by the aah Western technical training command to form a musical comedy unit that is touring the nation to entertain civilian audiences and Tell them of the important part women Are playing in the War As air was. Each number of the show left the audience begging for More. Pfc. Tony costello i Sinatra with blood had a voice rivalling that of the voice and a personality that actually did swoon some of the Bobby sox girls in the front rows. Headliners comedy headliners on the red White and Blue revue in Khaki were Cpl. Lew Slavin pvt. Dickie Cohen and pvt. Fred Way. With his violin and dress suit Cpl Slavin kept the audience roaring with laughter. Pvt. Cohen the world s youngest ventriloquist charmed the audience with his Dummy sgt. Willie pvt. Way staged an amusing and Graceful routine using a life sized rag doll As his dancing partner. Fredericks and Veronica were tops in Novelty entertainment. 12-piece band a 12-piece band Lead by sgt. George Peterson furnished musical accompaniment and plenty of Jive interludes. In addition the artistry of pfc. Bobby Stevenson at the piano pvt. Ernest Felice on the accordion and pfc. Jerry Ziering on the hot trumpet were musical solos that stood out in the evening. Cpl. Whit Henry the singing bartender offered songs of the 90 s and pfc. Stan Greenspan latter also Impf major Bowne Walter Wlsh Chev rich.,Cpl Alberto Aliue. Blog Crosby of Mexico to or to the program. Other entertainers include a i eral was who Sanf a it _.,. Planned the need for want Canovali returned flier from the 80ttth Pii civic who described is Etc rerun Ces Early in the War an we the need of was to Idease Taeff e for Active duty. K All in All the air waca Raviv. Was top entertainment and syn show that local people Wilt Longi remember. Lanesboro Branch of red Cross turns in Large amount sewing the Lanesboro Branch of the Carroll county chapter of i eve american red Cross turned in a t Large amount of sewing at the rid 1 Cross rooms Here saturday after. Noon.1 forty pairs of men s Jii Jamas and 28 bed jackets were checked in. " h knitted articles brought Here at  the same time included three j watch leaps four helmets and Orosi pair of gloves. This is part of the knitting which the Branch is doing on the chapter s last quota. The Lanesboro women took out eighteen Hospital bed shirts and six pairs of pyjamas to be made. Mrs. A. L. Kinson is production chairman of the Lanesboro Branch. Lanesboro 4-h club has discussion topic Lanesboro this the Lanesboro 4-h club met thursday Eye Ning in the Home of Billy Harriott the importance of keeping physically fit for wartime tasks was the topic for discussion. Donald Joir Genson became a new member of the club. Canning bulletin there is still a Supply of the new Canning bulletins at the farm by Reau office in Carroll. These Wilt v be sent to anyone upon request a do to suffer it skin disease then try ps0-ridism, a umm me 9nw pm Tampa Mhz Ani  1 to Moth and my and Mlaka fsr Milting from Hora tit. Dam Mhz Dandruff. Cuts and sums pm Usu Piui ringworm itch la to it Sam. In Jim to disc to oath Tau Kew Sam. On a met of race m Sua products 00. Lehman Ducq store Itaw Holcsek drug 8toe kettk.yma1kr drug Stork Wilke drug store c 1 v looking with a Low Flam helps conserve buy Bonds 5th War loan starts june 12 using High top Burner flame wastes precious up Cook wild. Low flame to conserve used unnecessarily. Don t ought the Binef until you Are ready to use it. Keep the flame As Low As possible All the time you re cooking you can t heat water hotter than the boil ing Point and it will boil just As Well with a Low level flame. Do if it allow Tea kettles or open pots containing water to steam for Long periods on top burners. 11k t ?. Is i. A. My  1 other ways to help save oaf Cook one dish meals on Don t uie top burners or the oven top burners. Cook whole meals in the oven. A a Iff for heating the Kitchen t Don t use running hot water for washing dishes hands or for shaving. ,

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