Mrs. J< Schiltz Entertains For Mrs. Joe Twit Honoring Mrs. Joe Twit, Mrs. John Schiltz gave a breakfast party and shower in her home at 8:30 Wednesday morning. There Were places for nine at the dining table which was covered with a white linen cloth and centered with pink roses in a blue vase. The nut cups were miniature storks. A chair prize was won by Mrs. Twit and door prize by Miss Teresa Hess. Mrs. Schiltz presented a small gift to each guest. * * * Following the breakfast, Mrs. Twit was presented with a pink and blue shower. Her gifts were arranged around a stork which stood in the center of a large bassinet trimmed in pink and blue. The rooms were decorated with bouquets of pink garden roses. College Students Exchange Vows At Lake City (Time* Herald Newi Service) LAKE CITY - Kay Kelley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Kelley of Lake City, and Fred Brown, son of'Mr and Mrs. L.D. Brown, of Lake City, were married by candlelight Sunday, June SO, at 3:30 p.m. in the First Presbyterian Church here. The Rev. William H. Green, pastor of Trinity Methodist Church, Lake City, read the double ring service in the presence of relatives and ' friends. Preceding the ceremony, Eugene Kelley, brother of the bride, and Gerald Kinney played a trumpet duet,' "Because." During the ceremony, Dennis Johnston sang "I Love Thee" and "The Lord's Prayer." Organ accompaniments were by Mrs. Richard Johnston, who also played a prelude of nuptial music and the traditional inarches. The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of Schiffli em broidered tulle over satin. The bateau neckline was embroidered with tiny pailettes. The fitted bodice with scalloped sleeves contin ued into an apron of Schiffli. The apron extended to.a scalloped divided back and chapel sweep. Her silk illusion veil was caught to a hat of crystal pleating embroider ed with a lace motif and tiny seed pearls. She carried a white Bible with a cluster of pink tea. roses and white satin ribbon show er. * * * Jane DeSart of Paynesville, Minn., was maid of honor. Mrs. Boyd Hucka, sister of the bride, was bridesmatron. Bridesmaids were Doris Mclntire of Lake City and Barbara Adams of Rockwell City. The four attendants wore identical ballerina • length gowns of deep aqua crystalette. The modified scoop necklines and tiny sleeves were outlined in deeper aqua to match the wide cummerbunds and floating hem-length Benefit Donee $1.00 Admission St Anthony's School of Nursing at the Storline Ballroom CARROLL, IOWA Tuesday, July 9 Music by Skippy Anderson's Orch. Country Club Members Have July 4th Party The Fourth of July family party for Carroll Country Club members attracted approximately 65 participants Thursday evening. Out-of-town guerts included Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hudson of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. F M. Francis of Hallandale. Fla., and Mrs. William Thomas of Laramie, Wyo. * * * A chicken dinner was served Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, July 5, 1957 from a buffet table in the main dining room. Guest tables were arranged in the dining room and on the south porch. Preceding the dinner, the children were given favors of balloons, balls and books. Dr. and Mrs. Jack Donovan and Dr. and Mrs. N J. Gradoville were co-chairmen of the host committee. * * • The next family night of the summer will be on Labor Day. Family Picnic For Californians Mr. and Mrs. Walter Griffey and daughter, Deonna, of Rivera, Calif., who are visiting Mrs. Griffey's mother, Mrs. Orvilla Swart, and other relatives for two weeks, were honored at a family picnic on July 4 at the home'f Mr. and Mrs. Leon Jones. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linn of Walnut, Mr. and Mrs. Arley Olsen and family of Westside, Mrs. Swart, Mrs. Alet ta Sandberg and Mr. and Mrs Louis Brincks and family. BETROTHAL ANNOUNCED . . . Mrs. Leo Augustine announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Rita, to Gerald Simons, son of Mrs. Catherine Simons of Coon Rapids. The wedding will take place at SS. Peter and Paul Church September 7. panels. Their hats were discs of aqua horsehair with large satin aqua bows. They carried white lace fans decorated with pink tea- roses. , Harry Clow of Lake City was best man. Boyd Hucka, the bride's brother-in-law; Gary Johnson and James Esmay of Rockwell City, were groomsmen Ushers were Eugene Kelley and David Mounce of Ames. After the ceremony, a reception for about 150 guests was held in the church parlors. Centering the, reception table was a four-tiered; wedding cake topped by a cluster of wedding bells above which was a pair of doves holding wedding rings. Smilax and pink roses wreathed the base of the cake. The white tablecloth was festooned with smilax accented with white majestic daisies. Aqua candles were surrounded by pink rosebuds. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Brown left on a wedding trip to the Ozarks. # * * Mr. and Mrs. Brown, 1956 graduates of Lake City High School, attended Morningside College in Sioux City the past yea?. For the rest of the summer they will live in the Harry Curry apartments on West Main Street in Lake City. In the fall they will resume their college work at Morningside and will live in Sioux City. Special guests at the wedding were Mrs. Stella Van Auken of Lake Qity, the bride's maternal grandmother,' and Mrs. Will Johnson of Grand Junction, maternal grandmother of the bridegroom. The rich will now have sum, mertime fever and the poor plain i laziness. Legion Auxiliary At Manning to Install Its Officers- (Timet Herald Newt Service) MANNING — The American Legion Auxiliary will install new officers Tuesday evening, July 9, at 8 o'clock. Mrs. William Vollstedt will act as installing officer. Rae Lynn Wycoff, Manning's representative to Hawkeye Girls' State, will give a short report and annual reports will be given. Lunch will be served by Hazel Meyers, Ruth Schroeder, Isabel Smith, Elva Fuss, Erma Wiese, Lilah Schroeder, Mildred H o r- bach, Fern Ramsey and Bette Whannell. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Paul Delaplane and children, Pam and Randy, of Rochester, Minn., arrived Wednesday night to visit Mrs. Eva Ross, Miss Viva Strohm and Clayton Strohm over Sunday. 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He came to Carroll from Manitou Springs, Colo., where he, Mrs. Kratoska and family spent most of his three-week vacation. Mrs. Kratoska and children are staying there for the month of July. Mr. Kratoska's sister. Mrs. Evelyn Eng, and sons, Pat and Mike, of Des Moines, were with the R. J. Kra- toskas for part of Mrs. Eng's today vacation. They are now in Denver with Mrs. Eng's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brunner, planning to return to Des Moines Sunday. Mrs. H. C. Ross- returned to Des Moines Thursday after a three-week visit with her brother, Walter Mohler, and sisters, Misses Grace and Wilma Mohler. Mr. Ross drove here Thursday to take her back. Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Pringle and son, John,' spent the Fourth with Mr. Pringle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Pringle, at Webster City. Cindy Fuller of Cedar Rapids Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. Edward B. Maloney and daughter, Michelle Jo, of Englewood, Colo., arrived here Wednesday to spend a few days with Mrs. Maloney's mother, Mrs. Josephine Paxton, and brother, Raymond H. Reiff. The Maloney family are on their way back to Colorado after visiting Mr. Maloney's mother in Baltimore, Md. GRADS OF '23 . . . Gathered for a re* nnlon at the VFW hall in Manning June 30 were these members of the Manning High School class of 1923. Back row, left to right: Gus Jensen. Raymond Sander, Agnes Schroeder- Wherry, Jefferson; Kenneth Hockett, El Paso, Texas; Mrs. E. D. Sutherland, Helen Navin • Bock, Templeton; Louise Lawbaugh Lohmann, Templeton; Malinda Fonken and Neoma Nagl-Kuhl. First row, left to right: Dr. Edward Frahm, Milan, Michigan; G o 1 d a Moore-Sander, Laura Sander-Groteluschen, Audubon; Robert Easterly. Council Bluffs; Saturday- Bridge - mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Grace Lohmeier-Andresen; Juanita Ramsey Boeck, Tennant, Ma- Manning Class Of 1923 Meets To Renew Ties MANNING — The Manning High School graduating class df 1923 held a reunion at the VFW Hall in Manning on June 30. The VFW Auxiliary served a noon dinner to 29 members, their husbands and wives. Class colors of white and purple were carried out in the decorations. Kenneth Hockett of El Paso, Tex. acted as toastmaster. Letters were read from class members unable to attend: Ruth Kenyon Peters, Iowa City; Bernardt Martens, Detroit; Myrle Hie key, O'Neill, Neb.; Dr. Merlin Wyatt, Denver; William Walker, Bakersfield Calif.; Valeria Horman Holder, Stockton, Calif.; Mamie Rog- gish Mendenhall, Wahoo, Neb.; Clark Lake, Sac City; Margaret Steinbrecker - McKee, Valentine, Neb.; and a former teacher, Miss Elizabeth Bigsbee, who teaches in the Kansas City schools. Class members who have passed away are Henry Rohr, Leona Schumann Heider, and Marion Babbington. A book in memory of the deceased members will be presented to the local library. Each member present gave a brief review of life since graduation. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jensen, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sander, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hockett, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bock, Mr. and Mrs. H. Y. Lohmann, Mrs. Roy Kuhl, Dr. and Mrs. Edward Frahm. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Groteluschen, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Easterly, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Andresen, Mr and Mrs. Gilbert Martens, Mrs. Agnes Wherry, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Boeck, Mrs. Melinda Bornhoft and Miss Malinda Fonken. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sutherland were also guests. Mrs. Sutherland was a teacher in the Manning schools. linda Sonksen-Bornhoft. and Viola Ohde-Martens, (Lyden Studio Photo) Robert Gordon Heads Lake City Schools 1 Board of Education (Time*-Herald Nsw» Service) LAKE CITY ~ Robert S. Gordon was elected president of the board of education of the Lake City community school district at an organization meeting Monday evening, July 1 at the high school here. All members of the board, including Robert S. Gordon, Arthur M. Lundberg, Edwin S. Hobart, L. W. Sievert, • and Dale Awtry, as well as the treasurer, Paul W. Mack, were sworn in by county superintendent A. L. Wiseman of Rockwell City. Also present were the new superintendent, Donald Henderson, also L. E. Swanson of Lake City, and Carl Jenkins of Lanesboro. Mrs. Vera Johnston, who has been board secretary for the past fourteen years, tendered her resignation which was accepted by the board. At a previous meeting the following employes of the Lake City community school district were re-hired: at Lake City, custodians, Fred Hucka, Albert Sorenson, Victor Toyne, Robert Sievert, Ned Hoke, and Mrs. Ned Hoke; bus drivers, David Sharkey, Otto i Holm, Lyall Albright, Jay Middle-! ton, Lee Heath, Jeff Rowe, Cecil Wooters, Leo Bean, Victor Toyne; cooks, Mrs. Frank O'Brien, Mrs. Tony Stauber, Mrs. Fern Moad, Mrs. William DeHart, Mrs. T. W. Clarkin, Mrs. Daisy Betenbender, Mrs. Clifford Snyder, Mrs. Eano Janssen; at Lanesboro, custodian, Wayne \flncent; cook, Mrs. Dolly Seaman. One bus driver is yet to be hired. Social Calendar PLAN FALL WEDDING , . . Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Humphrey of Carroll announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Jeanne, to John C. MacAlpine, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. MacAlpine Jr. of Swathmore, Pa. Miss Humphrey, an Iowa State College graduate, is employed in advertising at the New Utica in Des Moines. Mr. MacAlpine Is a mechanical engineering student at Iowa State College. A fall wedding is planned. Awards Presented To L. C. Cub Scouts (Time* Herald N'ewn Service) LAKE CITY - Lake City Cub Scouts received awards at their June pack meeting. Richard Temple, wolf badge; Tommy Sorenson, wolf badge; Jerry Prather, gold arrowy Donald P i e r c e, bear badge, gold arrow; Brian Fell, wolf badge, gold and silver arrow; Charles Redenius, silver arrow; Dick Finley, wolf badge, gold and silver arrow; Terry Lovett, bear badge; Steven DeLong, wolf badge, gold arrow; Steve Carmean, wolf badge; Joe Fell, gold and silver arrow; Kenneth Steinkamp, silver arrow; Tom Loeck, wolf badge; Philip Knouf, wolf badge, gold arrow; Jimmy Pierce, bobcat pin. Country Club. . Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club picnic, Southside Park. Carroll Toastmistress Club, Amber Room, Club 30. ALASKAN TIMBER In Juneau, Alaska, there are timber resources of 20 billion board feet of western hemlock and Sitka spruce, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica. Mary Nervig arrived from Winona, Minn., Wednesday for a few days' visit with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Anderson. AT THI STARLINE BALLROOM SATURDAY,JULY 6 Earl Russell fir His Orchestra TUESDAY, JULY 9 Skippy Anderson & His Orch. SAYI OUR SONUS STAMP'S DANCINO IVIRY TUISDAY A SATURDAY NIGHT Mr. and Mrs. John Lehr of Myers town, Pa., visited, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harden over the Fourth. Mrs. Lehr and Mrs. Harden are pen* pals. Wednesday supper guests of the Hardens, additional to the Lehrs, were Mr, and Mrs Emil A. Petersen of Carroll. Thursday the same group, including the Hardens' daughters, was entertained at,dinner in the Petersen home. Thursday evening the Lehrs, the Petersens and thp Harden family were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petersen and family of Dow City at a picnic supper in Washington Park at Penison. Fr. Meyer to Note 25th Year; Dedham Native CONCEPTION JUNCTION, Mo, —Rev. Louis Meyer, O.S.B., a native "of Dedham, will sing two masses of thanksgiving in Holy Family Church, Conception Junction, Mo., where he has been pastor 17 years, to mark the silver jubilee of his ordination to the priesthood. One mass at 10 o'clock Sunday morning July 7 will have his parishioners and other members of the laity present. The other mass at 10:30 o'clock on Thursday morning, July 11, feast of the Solemnity of St. Benedict, will be sung especially for clergy and religious. On July 7, the deacon of the Mass will be Fr. Meyerjs brother, the Rev. Henry Meyer,' pastof of St. Bridget's Church of Grand Junction, la. Fr. Meyer attended high school and college at Conception- and took his theological studies at St. John's University in Collegeville, Minn. He was ordained a priest by the late Bishop Frances Gilfillan on June 5, 1932, five years after taking vows as a Benedictine monk. He obtained the degree of Doctor of Canon Law from Catholic University of America in Washington, D. C He - has been teaching moral theology and canon law at Conception for 20 years, For 15 years he was defender of! the marriage bond . and advocate j in the matrimonial tribunal of the former diocese of St. Joseph. Fr. Meyer was a member of a family of eight. Three of his sisters made profession of vows as Franciscans in La Crosse, Wis. His 87-year-old father, Theo dore Meyer, plans to attend the anniversary masses. Rev., Mrs. Guhdel Honored on Their 28th Anniversary The 28th wedding anniversary of the Rev. and Mrs. George J. Gundel was observed in connection with Tuesday evening's board meeting of St. John's American Lutheran Church of Grant Township. A fellowship supper at 7 o'clock in the church parlors was attended by board members and their families. * * * Following the business session, the group presented their pastor and his wife with a gift, accompanied by an autographed greeting card. The Rey. and Mrs. Gundel have lived at their present location since their marriage. Mr., Mrs. Dethlefs Vacationing in North (Tlmei Herald New« Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. George Dethlefs left Monday for a vacation in northern states. Mr. and Mrs. Keniieth Dethlefs and daughters were in Omaha Monday evening, attending a ball game. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Stribe, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts, and the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Sinning spent Friday evening in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dietz and Mr. and Mrs. John Schrum have returned from a fishing trip in Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timmerman spent the weekend in Des Moines at the Harlan Evans home, and returned with Ronnie Timmerman, who had been visiting there. Granddaughter of Mrs. HesslinglV Is a June Bride- V Janet Lee Hesslingh, daughter' of Mr. "and Mrs Warren G. Hesslingh, 4117 Van Buren Street, Siouxi" City, and Charles Richard Hansen,^ son of Harry Hansen, 4401 Harri* son Street, Sioux City, were man-, ried Saturday afternoon,. June 2j, at .Wesley Methodist Church, Sioux, City. The bride (s a granddaughter! of Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh of Car-;, roll. •. - •» The Rev. Joseph Castle officiated in a setting of stocks- and gladioli. Sandra Sager was organ* ist and Duane Musselman, vocal- soloist. • * Norma Hesslingh, sister of tha bride, and Mrs. Trudy Kaler, at-, tendants, wore ballerina dresses in green and yellow crystalette, ?§.< spectively, with back bows. They wore matching headpieces and carried colonial bouquets of yellow and green carnations. Joyce Butcher and Mary Kay Kendall lighted the candles. Teri Taylor was flower girl and Kevin- Hansen, ring bearer. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle in princess style with scoop neckline and long sleeves, accented with sequins.' The bouffant skirt was embroidered with lace and tulle. The bride's- veil fell from a Juliet cap of lace and sequins. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow roses on a white Bible. ' ; Robert Hansen was best man for his brother. Rich Taylor, Bill Cook, Harold Hirmi, Jerry Hansen and Donald Hansen ushered. * * * A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. The bride's mother wore a white faille dress with blue accessories and the bridegroom's mother, yellow cotton. Both had shoulder arrangements of red roses. Mrs. Hesslingh of Carroll and Mrs. Kerwood of Springfield, 111.; ; grandmothers of the bride, wore midlan green and light tan, re* spectively, and Mrs. H. B. Hansen of Sioux City, navy blue, with white carnation corsages. * Mr. Hansen and his bride will live at 4417 Grant Street, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. L. M, Rohrbeck returned Wednesday, from a 16 day stay at Excelsior Springs, Mo. ENDS SATURDAY! First Traveling Saleslady" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. At Lait. yai cat tea" this iamortal bieath* less hit af all timet (&/C00PER fagrid BERGMAN Optn it 7:00,P. M. First Show at Dusk BojcOffict Clesff At 9 J 45 P. M. Mr. and Mrs.' Cy Hulsebus and children, Kristy, Mary, Laurie and Terry, who have been at Vacation Village, West Okoboji Lake, for a week, are returning home Friday. The Rev. Charles J. Krueger, a Jesuit priest at St. Regis College, Denver, Colo., visited relatives and friends in Carroll Monday, en rotjte to Waterloo, where he conducted a retreat for young people from July 1 to 3. Fr. Krueger is a cousin of Mrs. Floyd White of Anita Bundt and Larry Brant Wed In Church Service . (Tlm« Hrrald New* Servlee) RALSTON — Ma ceremony in Maple Grove church Friday eve-" ning at 7:30, the Rev. Donald Jones United in marriage Anita Bundt and Larry Brant. Geraldine Bundt, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and Howard Hart Jr". of Lanesboro was best man. . Joan Bundt, sister of the bride, played and sang "I Love You Truly", and "The Lord's Prayer.". The single ring ceremony wad used. .' Only . the contracting parties, their attendants and the Rev. Mr. Jones were present. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hudson, who spent 10 days with Mr. Hudson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. H.-L^. Hudson, after returning from their wedding trip to Quebec, Canada^ left Friday for their home .at Mo-: nona. End. EQunesDS Sat. REAGAN Open 6:45 Sunday # Mon. & Tues. •I Continuous Show Sur\d#y i J &«o«OponaH;00\p.M, RojjuUr Admission Prfct* , . .
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