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Hswl 11*1, tout or 10 taw MM* It ASTER by Helen* Curtis ·· !· MMaitto comfort. The MW CMortMufer ftroc^w MV«« time and rivnt tovrllrr CWi a«w for an ipfwtatnwat. Hbray « S. Eileen's Beauty Salon low* Phone 436-3512 This behind it Although it looks fragile and delicate, don't let its looks fool you. The Caravelle Princess has the stamina of shock- resistant Caravelle construction plus a jeweled- tevw movement. A jewel of a price, too. Only $12.95. CARAVELLE dlvtelon of Bulw* CNRISTENSEN JEWELRY HAMPTON, IOWA Buy aftd Sell Thru the Classifieds , " ;'V» V /,*:;'3$X ,"~, ,*$\\X ·£-.'*'"' /\A ·· *** " X,-'^ssli^ - ' '*** *%!£·'- ·«*;~0 v . s / Style No. 3747 High 'N Handsome . . . The high neckline is high fashion--under a jumper or elegantly on its own. Judy Bond tailors this superb blouse with typical skill in a beautiful blend of Dacron polyester and cotton that makes it as easy to care for as it is to look at. Sizes 3048. S5.M. I HAMPTON CHRONICLE Section B September 8, 1966 PagesltoS will then be held followed by the program. "\Vhat 'Does 'He Who Plants a Tree" by M\s» Esther Fowler A five minute report on National Defense and the President General's Message will bo presented by Mrs. J. M. Fowler. Officers of the chapter are: Regent. Mrs. W. I. Renoe: vice regent. Mrs. Dallas M. Harrison: chaplain. 'Mrs. L. V. Brlggs; recording secretary. 'Mrs. Clay C. Tinvmennan: corresponding secretary. Mr*. J. R. Stover; treasurer. Mra. H. J Wallace: registrar and membership chairman. Mrs. A. B. Rankin: historian. Mrs. Fred A Keepf: librarian, Mrs. J. M. Rowan, and auditor. Mrs. Charles \V. Nolle. Candle-Stick Chapter, D.A.R -The first meeting of the 11MHM57 year of Candle-Stick Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be held Friday, September !. A !MX) o'clock breakfast at the Gold Key Dining Room will precede the business meeting. The meeting will OIHMI willi devotions l Mr*. L.^ V. Briggs, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance by Mrs. Fred W. Kron. The business meetins* and .Mrs Ward Say lor. J25 Cotam- bia Circle. In- Waterloo. Bach couple K to bring their own steak, a covered dish and tanks service. The first meeting of the yew- will be * morning coffee at 9:16 o'clock. September 13. at the born* of Mre. -Dean Rodenwyer. Th« roH caH will be answered *y "Whr I Was l^te." The program will toe ··SuiniiH'r Highlights" Tho new officers are: President. Mrs. John llaltes; vice president. Mrs. Robert Klousla: secretary. Mrs. X. K Ferris, and treasurer. Mrs (ieoi-Ke Matioylovich. Bridal Shower-Miss Sharon Stech wa« honored at a miscellaneous bridad shower Wednesday. August 31, in ttoe fel- Bridal Shower-- lowship room of the Zion Reformed A brtdal shower was held for church at Sheffield. 'Miss Stecb Mise Maydene. Madsen. bride-elect W l n become the bride of James A. of Gerald Jensen, last Saturday Koenen, September 17. at the First afternoon, at tb« 'home of .Mrs. Methodist church, in Hampton. Eino Hansen. The bride's colors of Corsages made by Mrs. Francie blue and white were carried out in Holt were presented to Miss Stech. the decorations, with a .bride doll ^ bride's mother. Mre. Bernard centering the gift table. . steoh, and the bridegroom's moth- Hostesses were Mrs. Carl Jones.l^,. ^jp, pet e Koenen. of Sheffield. Mre. Richard Huis- raan. Mrs. Paul Heilskov. Sr., Mrs. Harlan Ditch and Mrs. Elno Hansen. Those attending wera Mrs. Chris Madsen. of Alexander, 'Mrs. Verner Jensen. Mrs. Eva Hattsen. Mrs. Johanna Jensen. Mrs. Robert McDowell. Mrs. Byron Bales and CaroJ, Mrs. Paul Heilskov, Jr.. Mrs. Verald Burman, Mrs. Chris VanDyke and Mrs. David Crom. Thoso sending gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Wilson Butler, Mra. Charles Alllnaon. Mrs. Floyd Huntington, Mrs. Dale Jones, Mrs. Herman Rea«an. Mrs. Kenneth Harper. 'Mrs. Vern Sanderson, all of Hampton, and Mrs. Harve Chris- tophereon. of Ackley. K. Y. C. Club-The members of the K. Y. C. Club and their husbands will gather at 6-30 o'clock^ September 11. for a steak fry at the home of iMr. The bride-to-be opened her many lovely gifts from a table decorated with a miniature bride and groom and bridesmaid dressed ia her chosen colors -- orange sherbet and white. Miss Kathy Stech. sister of the bride, recorded the gifts. Arlte Koelder. Janet He-mimes and Kathy Blau also assisted with the gifts. The coffee table was covered with a white linen tablecloth centered, with a beautiful arrangement of orange and white gtadioM. flanked on either side with orange candles. Mrs. Ma^nard Koenen poured. Other guests were "Mrs. Hefty Jurgens. Mrs. Henry A1bas. Mrs. Bill Jurgens. Mrs. Ray Heltland and Sharon. Mr* Lou Koelder. Mrs Maggie Hemmes. Mrs. Eva Hemanes, Mrs. Esther tDorenkaiup. Mrs. 'Mimile Jurgens. Mrw Beth. Koenen. Mrs. Jerry Jurgens. Mrs. Marie Schmidt. Mrs. Wtlburt Dirksen. Miss Louise Dirtosen, Mrs. Wonderful For Fall! Style No. 3299 Baby Embroidery ... 'Hie embroidered shirring that brings back fond little-girl memories is suddenly the look young sophisticates love! Judy Bond's round- necked; frill-cuffed overMouse is draped to shape you beautifully, thanks to the famous blouse-maker's famous tailoring skill. Dunk-'n-wear it as often as you please; it's sturdy Dacron polyester and cotton. Comes in delightful color combinations of white with navy embroidery, white with brown, blue with white, white with Mack, Sizes 30-38. KM We Care -- You Must Be Satisfied ·MfTtH Dehnar Thieme. Mrs. Otto Oanoeo. Mra. Calvin Jurgens. Mra. Lena Moltonbeck. Mrs. Wilnia Koenen. Mtoe Keka Van Horn. Mm Ben Drkbnla. Mra Rose Dlrkveo. Mrs. Ann Dtrkwn. Mm Grace Scttr«ui- er. Mrs. K^IMHXII Muhtenbruck. Mrs. Anna Itarth. Mn*. Helen Holze. Mm. Jo H to ford. Mrs. Viola Koenen und Mn». Lena Jurgefin ThoK« unable to come but inx Rifts were Debbie Diane and Janet Koenetx J«un and Sonnn .liireon«» Mr* ^l M !»·*- Hour. Marie. Kathleen and Krl*- tine Alden. Mr*. Heka Vlau. Mm Ron Jurgens. Mrs. Ed SyiiKjos. Mr*. Mlua Dirktten. Nancy Dannen, Uar- tene and Evanette Jurxetts. )lr«. Myron VartHorn. Joyce and Jane Motlenbeck. Itarlys Koeneiv, Mrs. Corwln Carnahan, Mrs. Harlan Koenen, Cherylene Wlemann. Mr*. lj*Verne Steenhard and Ruth Aalbers. Hostesses for the event were Mrs. Uuth Heinmem Mr* l^uella Koelder. MTU Shirley Olunann. Mrs. Stannic Vunlxh. Mi»s Her- nleoe Koelder. Mm 1'at Blau ami Mrs. Marlys 1'ralle. Janice Young and Mr. and Mrs David J. KHnt, of Hampton. Acorns To Oaks-The Acorns lo OakH Club will meet Monday evening. September 12. at 8 00 o'clock, at the bonie of Mrs D. O. Burkgren with Mrs. Robert Heilskov as co-hoste«8 The subject of roU call will be Summer Highlights, and the program wiN be a tour of the Hampton library. DetMrt Bridge-- ' Mm. Nick Bertelaen entertained eight ladies at a dessert bridge at her home last Wednesday afternoon. A fall motif was used tn the decorattona, with chrysanthemums aa the table centerpiece. Prizes at the bridge game were won by Mrs. H. W. Jorgenaen, Mrs. L,. H. Davis and Mrs. George Wolf. Family Picnic-A family picnic was beld at toe John 'H. Dotolman farm on Sunday. September 4 The oldest and' youngest members present! were John, H. Dobtanan. age 76. and Jimmte Sawtelle. age eight weeks. Those conv ing from the greatest distance were Mrs. James Blttner and family, of Bettendorf. The afternoon was spent socially with the children enjoying pony ride* on ponies furnished by Dallas Dohtaau. Those attending were (Mr. and Mrs. Lester Roagner, Jeanene Roegner, 'Mr. and Mre. Robert Taylor. Debra. Diane, tfevld. Dento and Darlene Taylor and Mr. jfttA Mrs. 'Richard «etttei»*. of Genera; Mrs. James Bktner, Kelly, Tro and L«e Blttner, of Bettendorf; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Sawtelle. Jen and Jimmy Sawtelle. of Klemme: Mr. and Mrs. Dennla Jackson Jeffrey and Crystal Jackson, of Webster City, Mr and Mrs. William Chaplin. Angela Chaplin and 'Mr. and Mrs. Robert Woods. Linda. Jim and Susan Woods, of Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs Irvin VanGerpen, Mr. and Mrs John E. Dohlman-, John. Alan and Kathy DohltiKin. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Orr. Mr and Mrs Dallas Dohlmam Carole, Jan, Sandy. Kay and Doug Dohlman. Mrs. Helen O'Dea and John IL Dohlman, of Hampton. A letter was received from Mr. and Mrs, Larry Carberry, of Appleton, Wisconsin, who were un- a/ble to attend, and a phone call was received the previous day front Mr. and Mrs. Irving Chrts- tian. of Grandln. North Dakota, who were a too unable to attend. Birthday Party-Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schomburg were hosts Thursday night at the home of Air. and Mrs Louis Schomburg. the occasion being Mrs. Louis Scbomburg's birthday The evening was spent socially. At the close of the evening a delicious hinch was .served by Mrs Robert 'Schomburg. A beautifully decorau-d .birthday cake was the feature of the refreshments. Those present were Mr. and Mrs HaroJd Rutherford. Mrs. Lou Lowery. Mr. and Mm Larry Schwebke. Mr. and Mrs. Craig Brown and family. Mrs. · Dixie Young. MIBS Vivian Howard. Mr. and Mrs Dale Gorder and family, all of Iowa Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schomburg. Sandy Schonv- burg. Todd Schomburg and the hosts. Baptismal Dinner- Mr, and Mrs. Louis Schomburg were hosts at a baptismal dinner In their home Sunday, honoring their kittle granddaughter. Vickl Lynn Scbombnrg. The baptism look place at the Trinity I^itheran church. In Hampton. Sandy Schomburg, of Hampton-, and Da\id Yonng. of Iowa Falh», were th top- tismal sponsors. Those present -were Mr and Mrs. Dale Gorder. Mr. and Mrs Martyn Oorder. Norman Gorder. Debbie Gorder. Mr. and Mrs Har- oW Rutherford, Mr. and Mrs Craig Brown and children. Mark and Troy Brown. Mr end Mrs. I*rry Sehwebke, Mrs IXxJe Young and son, David, and Mrs. Lou Lowery. all of Iowa Falls. Mr. and (Mrs. Gary Gorder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schomburg, Todd Scnonrburg and Sandy Scbombarg, of Hampton. Mr. and Mn. Terry Schombor* and th« bonoree, V«cM Lynn, of Daflaa Tens, and the boat*. Thorn ratting In the afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Frits Retneking. of Uti-. n«r, Mr. a«4 (Mr*. MUton. Young.! C. M. Club-The C M. Club will hold Its tlrst meeting of the new club year next Tuettduy evening. September 13. at the home of Mrs I'uul Schneider. Mrs. C. R. Atkinson will ha\« charge of the program which will consist of a Htylf show Th« iwiiilM-rs of the Child Guidance Club uill be special guests orr:«-rs or th- .:ub arv rrrsi dent. Mrs. R E Munns. Nice pr«-si- dent. Mrs. V M Malnvd. MI re- la ry. Mr-. Howard S Hamilton. and treasurer. Mrs. John J. Liup- ple. Mothers Club-The Mothers Club will meet Tuesday evening. September 13. at g-00 o'clock, at the home of Mm Merle Strahorn. with Mr*. DeLos Llekweg as co-hostess. For roll call each one will guess her secret pal. and for the program. *ecrft pals will be revealed. Off leers for the year are. President. Mrs Pete Kramer; vUe president. Mrs Charles Showalter. secretary - treasurer, Mrs Howard Werner. Esther Circle. W. 8. C. 8.-The members of Esther Circle of the W. S. C. S. of the 'Methodist church will meet next Thurt-day morning. September 15. for a 9-30 o'clock coffee at the home of Mrs Esther Wolf. Members of the refreshment committee are Mrs Elvin H. Johnson, chairman; Mrs DeWitt R Mallory and Mrs. Riddia Osbome. Mrs. Richer* A. Kreiner will have the devotions and the program, a Pledge Service. Officers of the circle are: Chairman. Mr». Leslie Jeffrie; co-chairman. Mrs. Don Jorgensen; secretary - treasurer. Mrs. F. M. Mat *ed; hospitality chairman. Mrs. Leonard C. Anderson, and refreshment chairman, Mr*. Dwa1n Reed. Mixed Staff-A mixed stag dinner and an evening of cards will be held at the Hampton Country Club Saturday evening. September 10. Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Barkme+er and 'Mr. and iMrs. Glenn G. Sones are co-chairmen of the event. Cradles to Careers-The Cradles to Careers Club will bold Its first meeting of the new club year next Tuesday evening. September 13. at 8:00 o'clock at the borne of Mrs. Lowell Allen, in Domont Co-hostess will be Mrs. (Continued On Page Two-B) O?PICE o? STATE UI37CSICLE SOCIETY IOSA CITY. IA. A SPECIAL PURCHASE Just in time for those hungry back to school appetites. Compare with others priced over $300 w/t. 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