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July 10, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Pfenuptidl Courtesy for Janet Sweany Mrs. A. Reas Ahneberg, Mrs. Ronald Ream and Mrs. 0. J. Murphy entertained at a ; . coffee in Mrs. Anneberg's home Tuesday; afternoon as a prenuptial courtesy for i Janet Sweany whose marriage to .William Charles Blackwell of Toddville is to take place in the new Methodist Church here Sunday afternoon, July 28. Mrs. L. E. Sweany;mother of the guest of honor, presided at a table decorated in the bridal colors with an arrangement of white chrysanthemums and blue net. A gift was presented to Miss Sweany by the hostesses. Mrs. Betty Ross Hostess to Club at Afternoon of Cards (Timet HenUd New» Servi««) MANNING - Mrs. Betty Ross waS hostess to the Neighborhood Club Monday. Mrs. Vera Ross scored high at cards. Mrs. Kate Horman and Mrjs. Mildred Lyden were guests outside the club. Lunch was served.! ' ' ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) "Houston Story" "Ghost Town" CARROLL OUTDOOR TtrtiH Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, July 10, 1957 Social Calendar . ' • . •• • • V •••••• Wednesday— . Grant Township Homemakers Club picnic^ Southsido Park. Carroll, Toastmistress Club, Am' ber 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.P.W. Auxiliary picnic, South side Park. Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. hall. Saturday— Carroll Country Club dance. THEATRE Thurs. Mrs. Iva Buse, George Gerdes Wed at Auburn (Tlrnt* Herald J>>w» Service) AUBURN - Mrs. Iva Buse and George Gerdes, both of Auburn, were : married at 7:30 p.m. Friday, July 5, in Zion Lutheran Church here. The Rev. L. S. Winter officiated at the double ring ceremony. * * * The bride is the daughter of Byron Norton of Lake City and the late Mrs. Norton. The bridegroom is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Onnor Gerdes of Auburn. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Mohr of Ulmer. * * * The bride wore a light green dacron and nylon dress with white accessories and corsage of yellow roses. Her attendant wore a green print dacron dress and pink rose corsage. Mr. and Mrs. Gerdes will live on. her farm south of Ulmer. — CO-HIT — ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) "Shadow on the Window" Cooled by Refrigeration! CARROLI Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. FOK THE RKST TiME ON Tr-E SCREEN oTTb PREMlNGER RRESENTS BFRN/RD SHAWS Open at i:\5 p. m. First Show at Dusk Close Box Office at 9:30 p. m. Ladies . . Thur. fir Fri.,Nights Receive Your Large Turner Pick Up Any Piece You Want by Buying Another Ticket! Starts Sunday Jerry LEWIS / ftp* 1 MARTHA HYER OffrJ ••I/I;KIN( , Kit H/RI > Wll >M/RK Rl( \ i/i'A > T< >! )f » ANT< )N WALI'.IVJ '< >K < )OH\J (,|EL( iliD K ,JFANI SEHttKf, Featuring Iowa's Own Jean Seberg! Open Evenings at 6:45 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Conner (L, E. Dunmlre Photo) Roberta Nelson Becomes Bride of Wayne Conner The First Methodist Church in Waterloo was the setting for the wedding of Roberta Nelson of Waterloo and Wayne LeRoy Conner of Glidden Friday evening. Dr. Fred Miller read the marriage lines. Evelyn Conner, sister of the bridegroom, played a half-hour organ prelude, also the Wagner and Mendelssohn wedding marches. She accompanied Mrs. Paul Conner who sang "With This Ring," "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." * • * The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. Nelson, 1712 West 7th Street, Waterloo. The bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Conner of Glidden. The bride wore an imported silk and dacron floor-length gown. Her silk illusion veil fell from a silk headband studded with seed and teardrop pearls. She carried a bouquet of roses and gardenias. Eva Rutledge was maid of honor and Mardene Wright of Jesup, bridesmaid. They wore ballerina-length gowns of yellow organdy eyelet. Their headbands and bouquets were white daisies. * * • Mr; Conner's best man was Milton Meyer of Carnarvon. Dick Baskerville of Monona was groomsman. Ushers were Dick Calkins of Manly, Lee Johns of Iowa City and Harley Nelson, brother of the bride. A reception followed in Hartman hall. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Conner will live in Iowa City, where the bridegroom is a student in the University of Iowa medical school. He is a graduate of the University of Dubuque and a member of Alpha Kappa Kappa national medical fraternity. Mrs. Conner attended the University of Dubuque. She has been employed at the John Deere Waterloo Tractor Works. Rev. Hancock Arid Family To Be Honored (Time* Herald News Sen-Ice) LANESBORO - The Rev. Lester Hancock, minister of the Lanesboro Methodist Church, Mrs. Hancock and sons will be honored at 11:30 a.m. Sunday, July 14, in fellowship hall. * * * A potluck dinner will be followed by a reception and poynd social. Mrs. Tucker Honors Two Visitors Here Two visitors here, Mrs. L. W. Hillyer of Long Beach, Calif., and Mrs. John- Brey of La Puente, Calif., were honored at a dessert- bridge given by Mrs. John E. Tucker at her home Tuesday aft- I'ernoon. Other guests were members of the T.O.B. Club, to which Mrs. Hillyer belonged while living in Carroll. Mrs, Brey is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker. Each complimented guest*] was presented with a gift by the hostess. * * * Dessert and coffee were served at the bridge tables which were decorated with roses in rose bowls. 'Mrs. Paul N. Helres was the winner of the high score prize and Mrs. Andy Krapfl, low. New Officers Of Auxiliary at Dedham Installed Personal Paragraphs Rosalie Gnarals employed in {he office of the auditor of Pottawattamie County for the rest, of the summer. She is staying* with her uncle.and,aunt, Mr,-and Mrs. Wil* lam Justesen, at Council Bluffs. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis M. Gnam, look her .there Sunday. DEDHAM — American Legion Auxiliary of the Dewitt Loustaunau Post No. 20 of Dedham held a regular meeting Monday evening in the Legion Hall. Thirty-two members were present. The meeting opened with the salute to the flag, group singing of the national anthem and the songs and the hymn of the month. Mrs. John Pletchette gave the report on child welfare for Mrs. Harold Rice. She said that Canteen cards and gifts had been sent to the unit's sponsored children at Woodward in time for the 4th of July. Alvina Schreck gave » complete financial report of the unit. She said the books have been audited by Mrs. Rice and Bernice Pomeroy and have been approved. * * * The historian, Tillie Bueltel, presented her book for the year from July 1956 to July 1957 for inspection. Thank you cards Were read by the secretary, Shirley Christensen, from several members, including flowers for Mrs. Frank Mayer, a baby gift for Mrs. Ben Wiskus and for flowers from Mrs. Theo Brauckman. The door prize donated by Isabelle Schoeppner, went to Mrs. John Pletchette. The penny march was held and the newly elecetd officers were called to order for installation. * * # The officers are: Mrs. George Willenborg, president; Mrs. Wanda Frank Lefflngwell, - . FT -2, V&N, has returned to Long Beach, Calif., for sea duty aboard the destroyer Pritchett after being here with his parents, Mri and Mrs.,Larry Leffingwell, and family 'While on leave* '«*' , Mr. and Mrs. Tom, take or Flippin, Ark., are visitiiig* Mrs." Lake's mother, .Mrs. Augusta Vinke, at Manning,her dsrer Mrs;' H, W. HagedorriVand brothers-iri- Jaw and sisters,. Mr. and Mt's.iJohn Gaffney and Mr," arid*. MA* Jack Schaben, in Carroll. \ r ,f •1^ • ."" 'J<'T A - v Mr. and Mrs. Leo R. Beyer and family left for their home at Memphis, Tenn., Monday after visiting since last Week with Mi. Beyer's mother, Mrs. Noah Baker. * 7 1 Phyllis Frenking has returned to Chicago after spending; four days in the home of her parents^ Dr. and Mrs. J..B. Frenkijg. Mr. and Mrs. John Joens returned Tuesday from a two-day visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Jones, and family in Council Bluffs. They were accompanied to the Bluffs by their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and| Mrs. Jim Schoepp, and daughter^, Deborah Kay and Sandra Kay, of Aurora, Colo. The girls had been here four weeks, their parents joining them for the last week. Following a family picnic Monday night at the Leonard Jones home, JMr. and Mrs. Schoepp arid daughters left for Aurora. TAKE NUPTIAL' VOWS .'. . • Janet Ann Fee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Fee of Breda, and Richard Dethlefsen, son of Fred Dethlefsen of Denison, were carried July 2 at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. The couple will live In Manning, where the bridegroom operates a service station, Mrs. Dethlefsen has been a nurse's aide at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. (Paige & Paige Photo) Half-Size Step-in Printed Pattern "Sure glad I saw my Mr. and Mrs. Robert jVIoehn and children, Pat, Pam an;d Tamra, have returned from a I few days' visit with Mrs. Moehn's parents, Mr. and' Mrs. Bert Barr, at Stanton, Neb. Mrs. Moehn attended a class reunion. Glft-Perfectl My"Plymouth dealer gave afford to since he's hi he's giving the best deals See him and See your p LY MOUTH DEALER- QUICK Hof weather^ here! Make *ev- eral cool, neat pinafore*—Ideal for summer days I cinch to sew with our PRINTED Pattern—designed to fit the shorter, fuller figure perfectly. Step-in princess silhouette— so slimming! ^Printed Pattern 9109: Half Sizes 14«, 16,H. 18%, 20« 22',*. 3*V*. Size 16 H takes 4 % yards 35-lnch. 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, 38 Pattern Dept.. S32 West 18th St.. New York 11 ft. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE and STVLE NUMBER. Tigges, first vice president;" Miss Iva Roberts, second vice president; Leota Grossman, recording secretary; Dorothy Irlbeck, correspondence secretary; Alvina Schreck, treasurer- Virginia Schreck, sergeant-at-arms; Otilda Bueltel, historian; Mathilda Meiners, chaplain, and Edith Barrett, pianist and music chairman. Thelma Koester was the installing officer. Shirley Christensen, serving as sergeant-at-arms, escorted the new president and see retary to their places. Plans were made and committees were drawn for work in the pop and pie stands which the auxiliary will sponsor during the Legion's annual cele bration Wednesday and Thursday! July 24 and 25. Mrs. John Welti is chairman for the-pie - stand ana Eleanore Heman for the pop stand. Mrs. Willenborg read the names of her new chairmen for the year as follows: Publicity, Lena Axman; Americanism, Margaret Pletchette;' child welfare and rehabilitation, Iva.'Roberts; citation and awards* Emma Nair; civil defense, Mrs. John E. Hoffman; constitution and by laws, Ellen Greteman; education, I s a b e 11 e Schoeppner; community . service, Mathilda Meiners; music and pianist, Edith Barrett; Gold Star, R e g i n a Meshek; membership, Edith Barrett, Shirley Christensen, Mary Hoffman, Mayme Weitl, Leota Grossman, Louise Sloth, Thelma, Koester and Rose Mei- sheid; auditors, Bernice Pomeroy and Elizabeth Rice; gifts, Margaret Pletchette, Otilda Bueltel and Dorothy Werner; poppy, Wanda Tigges; national security, Minnie Pomeroy; executive, Thelma Koester and Shirley Christensen and all present officers; Pan American, Elaine Underberg; past president's parley, Thelma Koester; legislation, Marilyn Plet­ chette; lunch room, lva Roberts and Arlene Rogers, and coffee, Walter Rogers. The meeting closed at 9:30. A potluck iunch was served by the July committee and bingo was played. WED AT July 6 al Arcadia. couple will live in Breda, where Mr. Boes Hatchery, late Mr. Crousfl Cortogt Co. Carroll - Phone 3521 No. 1 tpociolitt in local and long diifanct moving! iiusn Boy meets girl and I they live happily ever after, atop their toaster "home." It's such fun to sew this cover; and just right for a bridal or shower gift! Pattern 7041: Transfer pattern for toaster cover: directions. Easy- to-make gift, bazaar itetjn! Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS in coins for this pattern—a!dd 5 cents for each pattern for lst-tlass mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 335 Household Arts D^pt., P. O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE, AND PATTERN NUMBER. * A bonus (or our readers—two FREE patterns, printed in our new Alice Brooks Needlecraf. Book for 1957! Plus a wonderful Ivarletifaof design to order—crochet, knltrmg, embroidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 35 cents for excising NEW Linda Jones and ;. (Tlmel^|^ld*^^slgenlel)>' /• WALL LAKE Linda Jones of Wall Lake and Harold Schilling' of Jefferson were married in a candlelight service at 7 p.m. Sunday, July 7, in the Wall Lake Methodist Church. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Myra Jones of Wall Lake and U. D. Jones of Sherwood, Ore., teaches second grade in the Jefferson-Public School. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. George -Schilling of Jefferson. " The double ring ceremony wag performed by the Rev. Paul Potter. , Mrs. C. D. Mitchell was pianist. Douglas Tucker of Jefferson sang. ''Because," "I Love Thee" and "The'Lord's Prayer." * * * Mrs, Charles Davis of Jefferson, sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor and Mrs. Maxine Heidenreich, aunt of the bride, bridesmatron. Dean Schilling of Jefferson was his brother's best man. Robert Brooker o& Jefferson was groomsman. Ushers were the bridegroom's brother, Edward Schilling, and Don Jordan, both of Jefferson, i * * * The bride's gown of Schiffli embroidered tulle over satin was fashioned with sweetheart neckline, long sleeves and basque bodice sprinkled with illumined pail­ lettes. Tier after tier of wide Schiffli ruffles fell from a panel of crystal pleating and continued into a whisper train. A plateau of embroidered tulle held in place the bride's elbow-length silk illusion veil. White, gardenias centered her cascade bouquet' of white stephanotis and pompons. * * * The attendants wore • ballerina gowns of white double dotted swiss over ice blue taffeta. Wide cummerbunds of blue taffeta fell into floating back panels. Their miniature cartwheel hats of white horsehair were trimmed with ice blue satin bows. Both carried cascades of blue and white carnations. The bride's mother wore a light blue dress with navy accessories and the bridegroom's mother, aqua with white accessories. Their corsages were pink asters. * * » A reception in the church parlors followed the nuptials. Mrs. Charles Shaw and Mrs. Steve Hoft were dining room hostesses. The wedding cake was cut as served by a commit- i by Mrs. Dean Schilling. Mrs. Don ing of Mrs. Lawrence 1 Jordan and JoAnn Aldrich were bhairman; Mrs. Alvinjat the coffee services. * * * ARCADIA.. .. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boes were married St. John's Chifrch in After July 20, the Is employed at Buelt's He is a son of the and Mrs. Theodore Boes.' Hiij. bride is the former Alice S^hweers, daughter of . Schweers and the late Mrs. SchWeers of Arcadia. She is emplojed at the Carroll County State Bank here. (Rohner Studio Photo) e River Society Elects The Altar and Christian Mothers Society o St. Francis Church, Maple River, elected officers at a regular meeting in the parish hall Sunday night. New off cers are Mrs. Lawrence Wittry, prssident; Mrs. Elmer Schroer, vice president; and Mrs. Ray Pille, secretary - treasurer. Mrs. Joe Meyers is the outgoing president and Mrs. Earl Schrad, vice president. N * * * P. M. Mattes told vacation trip to Califor- The Rel about his nia. • Lunch w| tee consisi Venner, Bellinghausen, man, Mr .s. Mrs. Linu Schroeder ing. v Summer' hall. * * * Sixty wclmen attended the meet; ing. Mrs. Lawrence .Wittry won the door prize and Mrs. Norbert Snyder, a plate prize. The society will have its annual) potluck picnic at the shelterhouse in Graham Park Tuesday, July 30, at 6:30 p.jn. .,. Mrs. Joe Lone- Lawrence Loneman, |s Eischeid, Mrs. B en and Mrs. Joe Bruen- flowers decorated the your copy needle book of thiB now! Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hillyer or Long Beach, Calif., who arrived here Saturday to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Hillyer, went to the home of Mrs. Hillysr's sister-in-law, Mrs. Arthur Hiinsen, at H o 1 s t e i n Wednesday. They will also spend a few days with Mrs. Hillyer's brother ard sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. Alfred Hansen, at Storm Lake befofe returning to 'Carroll. 'Jeff Hannasch of Park Forest, 111., has arrived to spend the remainder o| the summer with, his f grandparents-, Mr. and Mrs. <e"te Jensen. His brother, Craig, who had been here about a month, has • returned home. • * Serving were Lois Anne Blum, Susan Johnson and Marjorie Kainz. Mrs. Edward Schilling was assisted by Arine and Maycla Schilling at the gift table. Mrs. Charles Tucker attended the guest • book. Others assisting at the reception were Mrs. Frederick Wicker, Mrs. Howard Sarchet and Charlotte Johnson. *, * * * Mr. and Mrs. Schilling, who are taking a trip in middle western states, will live at Jefferson after July 14. For her going-away costume, the bride chose a mint green sheath dress with white accessories. Mrs. Schilling attended Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, after her graduation from Wall Lake High School. Mr. Schilling, a graduate of Jefferson High School, is a farmer. Sexton Families 1 Meet in Carroll For Reunion- Picnic RALSTON —The annual Sexton picnic was held at Graham Park in Carroll Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. James Sexton and Mr, and Mrs. Robert Mosier and family, Scranton; Mrs. Flo Sexton, Mr. and Mrs. William Sexton and sons, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Hunt and son, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Gay Thomas, Audubon; Bernard Thomas, Denison; Ruth Thomas, and'Mr. and Mrs. Sammy Boone, Des Moines; Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Watt, Mark and Janet, Otho; and the following from the Ralston and Glidden vicinities; Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Day, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bluml, Mr, and Mrs. Walter Earhart, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hobbs, Gloria and Connie, George Hobbs Sr., Mr. and Mrs, George Hobbs Jr. and ber daughter, Miss Judy Kroeger, -Mr, and Mrs. George Slocum, Jane and Lavonnet and Mr. and Mrs, Alva Wilcox and AIR CONDITIONED to assure the beauty of the service 1 Costs onh/ to keep cool asa NEW Arvin 20" window txhauit fan Complete Line of Window and Floor Pans on Display and All at 10% off DURING JULY or While Supply Lasfal SPOMtlR'S TV and Appliances INi and lalliwf:** Phono Hit

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