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Open Golf and Bridge Thursday, July 11 Invitation* have been issued to approximately 30 surrounding country clubs to attend the Carroll Country Club's open golf and bridge day Thursday, July 11. Tee-off time for the golf tourney Is 8 a.m. The bridge-luncheon will be held at 1 o'clock in the main dining room. Mrs. Vernon Juergens and Mrs. Don White are co-chairmenj>f the golf committee and Mrs. M. M. Campbell and Mrs. Nick Beiter, co-chairmen of the bridge-luncheon committee. * * * Doughnuts and coffee will be served to the golfers as they arrive at the clubhouse in the morning. On the coffee committee are Mrs. Roy J. Burns, Mrs Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club picnic, Southside Park. Carroll Toastmistress Club, Amber Room, Club 30. Thursday- Open golf and bridge day, Carroll Country Club. Rainbow Founder's day picnic breakfast, Graham Park. Newcomers Club, Hotel Burke. V.F.W. Auxiliary picnic, Southside Park. Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F, hall. [Robert CV Sorenson and Mrs. ! R. M. Moehn. Assisting Mrs. Juergens and Mrs. White at the registration desk will be Mrs. W. D. Keith and Miss Virginia Carrigg. The golfers' luncheon at noon in the Pine Room will be in charge of Mrs. H. R. Smith and Mrs. B. J. Leahy. Mr3. Robert Moehn and Mrs. James Kratoska comprise the purchasing committee for,the golf prizes. Miss Margaret Carney and Mrs. Mike Wittroek sent out the letters and cards. Mrs. Perry Knowlton is making the identification tags. Golfers' reservations are being taken by Mrs. George D. Walden, golf chairman of the season. * * * The bridge-luncheon committee, additional to Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Beiter, includes Mrs. Lloyd Booth, Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz, Mrs. Frank W. Beiter, [Mrs. W. Paul Forney, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman, Mrs. R. W. Humphrey, Mrs. James W. Wilson. Mrs. Leo H. Kuker, Mrs. 0. J M. J. Hall and Mrs. H. C. Scho- gren, Carroll; Mrsi Mrs. 0. B, Moorhbuse and Mrs. W. H. Rust, Glidden. 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Mbyte 4 timet Here Id, Carrell, lews Monday, July 8, 1957 Lines Divine Printed Pattern Sheer bewltchery — that 't the beautiful effect this dress will have upon your figure! Its stffcn- sllm lines—divine! *nd with our new PRINTED Pattern, even that stunning crisscross necklfne becomes *very simple to sew! Printed Pattern ! 9199: Misses' Sizes 10, 12, 14, IB. Slze^ 16 requires 3Vs yards 35-lnch fabric. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, faster, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald. 25 Pattern Dept., 332 West 18th St., New York llf N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRE8S with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Family Party At Tyrrell Home Mrs. Frank Tyrrell entertained relatives at an Informal evening in her home Sunday. Her son - in - law. Capt. James Myers, who returned recently from Korea, showed films which he brought back from Korea and Japan. Dessert and coffee were served. * * * Guests besides Capt. and Mrs. Myers and family, were Mr. and Mrs. John Scharfenkamp and sons, James and John, Pontiac, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Dinges and son, Timmy, Odebolt; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerkhoff, Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Scharfenkamp, Mr. and Mrs. William Scharfenkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Al Tigges, Mr. and Mrs. George Tigges, Mr. and Mrs. John Engelen, Mr. and Mrs. William Simons Relatives Join Marian Venticher For Picnic Lunch As Sunday was visiting day for aspirants at Mt« Carrriel, Marian Venteicher, daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Venteicher of Wllley, was visited ti§f her parents and their family; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kraus of Wall '.'Lake*' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Venteicher; and family of Manning, Mr,i "and Mrs,' Urban Jannlng and family and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Flies . arid - daughter, Mary Frances, of Carroll. " * * *< The group spent the afternoon together and had a picnic lunch on the Mt. Carmel School grounds. * * * Miss Venteicher, as, aspirant- at St Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis., is attending summer school at .Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School. 90 Participate in Hinners Reunion Approximately 90 descendants of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hinners met at the new shelterhouse in Graham Park for their first reunion Sunday. The group decided to' have a reunion picnic at the same place the first Sunday in July of each year. Attending from the farthest distance were relatives from Oak Forest, 111., and Milwaukee, Wis. * * * Others were present from Omaha. Breda, . Carroll, . Manning, Storm Lake, Des Moines, Laurens, Palmer, Halbur, Arcadia, Aspinwall and Schleswig. • e • * Mr. and Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden of Carroll and Elizabeth Hinners of Breda were in charge of arrangements. breakfast Honors Mrs. Jas. Myers Mrs. James Myers, who is concluding a visit here,'was honored at a 10 o'clock breakfast given by her sister, Mrs. Julius Kanne, oh the screened-in porch of the kanne home Saturday morning. There were places for 11 guests at two tables, each decorated with a green pottery pitcher filled with roses. * * • Mrs. Kanne presented a gift to Mrs. Myers and also to Mrs. Larry Wess, who has just moved from the neighborhood. Capt. and Mrs. Myers and family are leaving'July 18 for his parents' home at Trenton, Mo., and going from there to Capt. Myers' new assignment at Fort Bragg, North Carolina. Bridge-Mixer At Country Club Mrs. E. J. Kratoska and A. B. Hulsebus were winners of high score prizes at the fortnightly bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members at the clubhouse Saturday night. and Mr. and Mrs. Julius Kanne Second h,gh , P/ 1 " 8 " * ereT award " and children. Susan and StephejO^ . to . Mr f nd , Mrs ' J ° h ? ^ r J en * * * * ^Tmd~low-tor Mrs. Hulsehus and The group presented Capt. and Mrs. Myers with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. James McKenna returned;to their• horfte in Sioux City, Monday morning after visit.* ihg Mrs. ...McKeMft'r btbther-ln- law and' sister, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vender; Mrs, v McKenna, who spent a" week here, was joined by Mr. McKelnna Saturday.' Mrs. R. J. BitfmHbver; a n d mother, Mrs. R.C t P."Berget.*:ac» companied by Mrs. Baurnhover's granddaughter, Cheri .Burke of Lubbock, Tex., are back from a two-day visit with Mrs. Baumhover's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Slabodnik, at Minneapolis, Minn. Manning P.W.O. Hears Report of Nominating Group ' (Timet Herald New§ Service) MANNING—Presbyterian Women's Organization met at the church Friday with Mrs. Mevis Wiese, Mrs. Roy Soil, Mrs. Betty Henkelman and Mrs. J.L. Loucks as hostesses. Mrs. Raymond Ohde led devo' tlons and prayer. Mrs. C. J. Clau* sen presented the lesson on "Sick ness and Health." The national and overseas sewing chairman, Mrs. Grover Bartels, gave an out line of materials collected for the national sewing assignment, which were on display at the meeting. She also told of the work of the Presbyterian riusy Thimbles and ended her talk with a prayer of dedication. , The P.W.O. will hold a reception for public school teachers In September. A kitchen bazaar and bake sale are planned for Nov. 9. • * • Mrs. C. J. Claussen, chairman of the nominating committee, reported the following nominees. Officers will be elected at the September meeting. Nominees are; Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn, president; Mrs. Harold Schmidt, first vice; Mrs. Ivan Opperman, second vice; Mrs. R. 0. Pratt, recording secretary; Mrs. Merlin Struve, corresponding secretary; Mrs, William Vollstedt, treasurer; Mrs. Earl Barsby, Fellowship chairman; Mrs. C. J Johnson, program chairman; Mrs, Selmer Hodne, World Service chairman. Several of the members will attend Synodical in Ames July >11. The August meeting will be a sack lunch at the City Park at 2 p.m. A lesson on Foreign Missions will be given by Amanda Sievers. . * • * Women of the church are collecting clothing for shipment to Church World Service. * * * Mrs. Bartels gave the report of the second quarterly committee. Mrs. Emil Opperman and : Mrs. Mevis Wiese will be chairmen for the third quarter. The Busy Thimbles will meet at the church July 11. Lunch was served by the hostesses. 0. H. Juergens. Dessert and coffee were served after the games. • * * In charge of arrangements were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Leuer and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. At a similar party in two weeks. Mr? and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska and Mr. and Mrs. James Kratoska will comprise the host. committee. A Bright Not,! Mr. end Mrs. E. B'. Dopheide returned to Sioux C|ty-"Sunday after spending the weekend with Mrs. Dophelde's sister, Mrs. ( V,ic Olerich, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Andy G. Ley. They came to attend the wedding of Mr. Dopheide's niece, Marleen Dopheide, and Richard Steenson ? Saturday morning, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gotch returned Sunday from Cedar Rapids, where >they had visited their son- in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. L, G. Carrigg, and family since Wednesday. They were accompanied back by their granddaughter, Patricia Carrigg, who will spend about a week with them. Patricia Maher of Chicago arrived Sunday for a week's visit with Dr. and Mrs. Roland B. Morrison and family. She is Mrs. Morrison's, niece. „ i- Weekend gugsts of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. Daeges and daughter, Karen, were Mr; "and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bendixen and daughter, Annette, of Sioux City. Spending Sunday afternoon with the Daeges .family and the visitors were Mr; and > Mrs/John Ragaller and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Daeges and. daughters. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sutton and daughters, Sherrye and Jane, of Midwest City, Okla., who had visited Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes of Templeton since Wednesday, left Friday; to visit relatives in Boynton, Okla,, and other points in that state. Mr. Sutton is a nephew of Mr. Hughes.. and niece, were accompanied here by Mrs. Hollls Powell and sons, Buddy and Lee, of Detroit, who left Sunday to visit relatives in Stanton, Neb. , Mr, and Mrs. OH.. Hyatt of Des Moines and Mr. arid Mrs. Ray Olive of Ontario, Calif., were weekend guests, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Verdls Hansen. Dr. and Mrs. Ed W. Daniels and family, who spent three weeks with Mrs. Daniels' mother, Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman, here and with Dr. Daniels' parents at Tracy, Minn,, left from Carroll for Cedar Rapids Monday morning After a short "visit there with Mrs; Daniels' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Kubic'ek, and family, they will return to their home at Naperville, 111. •> .Mr, and Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen returned Sunday night from Des Moines, where Mrs. Thelen visited their daughter, Elayne, while Mr. Thelen was in Texas. Mr. Thelen left by automobile Wednesday with his daughter-in-law, Mrs. Duane Thelen. for Fort Hood, Tex., where Mrs. Thelen joined her husband who will be stationed there until November. Mr. Thelen flew back to.Des Moines, arriving there Sunday. Lee Bratten returned Sunday night from Holdrege, Neb., where he had visited Mr and Mrs. Kenneth Aten since Wednesday evening. w , on Kitchen towels! Make them blue brig little bird* add their I note" of color—-embroidered! bird*, or canaries If a sunny yellow it your favorite! 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At the cqnclu sion of a week's visit, Mrs. Powell and Rebecca will return to Detroit with them. Mr. Powell, his mother Danny Juergens of Denver Is Spending Summer at Scranton (Time* Herald NBWI Service) SCRANTON — Danny Juergens of Denver, "Colo., is spending the summer with Mr.- and Mrs. Kenneth Juergens. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard and family spent Thursday in Worthington, Minn., visiting Dr. and Mrs. John Stam. Jackie Caskey and Judy Anderson spent last week in Madrid attending 4-H camp. Mrs. Irene Garner of California is visiting Mrs. Fern Christian. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Heppelfing- er and , daughter of Spirit Lake were callers at the "home of Mr. •and Mrs. Roy Parker Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Geyer of Des Moines were Friday night guests at the home of Mr. ard Mrs. Robert Mosier. Mr: and Mrs. Harry Murphy and Veda are moving to Jefferson soon. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olmstead were surprised Friday evening at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Olmstead. The affair was in honor of their 35th wedding anniversary. A three-tiered wedding cake centered the table. Guests were Mr and Mrs. J. F. Loeher and Mr. and Mrs. Mac Loeher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Steward Loeher and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mat Linnehan, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Murphy and Bill, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Horn, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Carraher and Bill, Bayard; Mr. and Mrs. Will Duff and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Gliem and family. In the afternoon, Mrs. Maratori of New York called from New York to congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Olmstead and they received a card table as a gift. ENDS TUISDAYI "For Whom the Bells Toll" CA(tR(Dlt OUTDOOR THPATRF BUCK NITE Wednesday . . One Night Only I. •aasir •arbor* HAll ••'ward ARNOie mmJJSmllS&mSSBLm*. - CO-HIT - 4 f / , OHOST K l N I lAYlOH JOHN S M I III Open 7i\S P/M. , Ceme Early f;, free' • Playground for 4 SEWING GROUP MEETS (Tlmec Herald News Service) MANNING - The Presbyterian Busy Thimbles met at the church on Thursday afternoon with 16 present. Lunch was served by Mrs. Anna Karstens, Verna and Viola Karstens, following an afternoon of sewing. Cooled by Refrigeration ENDS TUESDAY "The Oklahoman" * With JOEL MeCREA CARROLI ^•r , in. mm 7!:. %• Wednesday . . . One Night Only! WILL LEAVE YOtf LIMP WITH, EXCITEMENTI Wednesday Is a Gala Night at the CARROLL... Open at 6:45 P. M. KIDDIE MATINEE Wed* ond Thurs. At 2:00 p. m. HEIDI IS BACK!