Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 11, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, July 11, 1957
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Impromptu Program for Toastmistress Members The entire program consisted of extemporaneous assignments at a dinner meeting of the Carroll Toastmistress Club in the Amber Room of Club 30 Wednesday evening. The assignments were handed to the participants as they arrived, with no opportunity for advance preparation. Mrs. W. J. Schlelsman Sr., topics mistress, introduced the patriotic theme of the program by call- Ing on Mrs. Howard Dolen, Mrs. Miles Hedges and Mrs. Herschel Tryon for brief talks on Fourth of July memories and experiences. * * • Toastmistress was Mrs. M. L. Collison, who conducted a panel discussion on the history, proper use and significance of the Ameri can flag. Participating on the panel were Madeline White, Mrs. Mabel Mont gbmery, Mrs.'Anna B. Harrington, Mrs. Richard Meridith, Mrs. Dolen and Mrs. J. V. Sullivan Extemporaneous speeches were given by Ethel Forrest on "What the Flag Means to Me" and Mrs. John E, Martin, whose talk was entitled "I Am an American." * * * Attending were nineteen members Ind three guests, Pearl Hall and Mildred Surface of the State Services for Crippled Children, State University of Iowa, Iowa City, and Mrs. Scott Whitley. The Iowa City residents were guests of Mrs. ScMeisman and Mrs. Whitley was the guest of Mrs. J. H. Herweg. The speakers' table was centered with a fruit arrangement on a copper tray, complemented with Japanese bowls and red tapers, Invocation was given by Mrs: J. A. Heider. The members joined in the pledge of allegiance to the flag. Mrs. R. M. Moehn, president, conducted the meeting. Other recently installed officers are-. Mrs. Herweg, vice •president: Mrs. Perry Knowlton, secretary; Mrs. Inesa Pfiester, treasurer, and Mrs. Meridith, club representative. Printed programs for the next two months were distributed by the program committee co • chairmen, Mrs. Heider and Mrs. Collison, • * * Mrs. Heider briefly outlined achievement goals and program innovations for the next six months. Mrs. Meridith reported on the recent Council No. 2 meeting at Perry. * * * A letter was read from Mrs. Edna G. Collins, who attended the International Toastmistress convention at Dallas, Tex., this week as the local clnb delegate. Another club member at the sessions was Zella Daeges. The next meeting is scheduled for July 24 at Hotel Burke. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thomas of Carroll and Mrs. Elmer Behneman of Arcadia returned Tuesday night from St. Louis, Mo., where they attended funeral services Sunday for their aunt, Mrs. August Weitkamp. Mrs. Weitkamp was a sister of the late Mrs. L. J. Weitkamp, mqther of Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Behneman. Her death July 4 followed a stroke suffered a week earlier Joan Stang! Honored at a Bridal Shower Joan Stangl, bride-elect of Donald Nehman of Lytton, was honored at a miscellaneous shower in Mrs. Alton Stangl's home Wed' nesday evening. Mrs. Stangl's co* hostesses were Mrs. 0. M. O'Connor and Mrs. Vincent Stangl. Out-of-town pests in the group of 18 were Mr. Nehman's mother, Mrs. Fred Nehman of Lytton, and Mrs. Kenneth Hauser of Wall Lake. * * * The 'gift table was decorated in Miss Stangl's colors of blue and white. Xunch was served from the dining table which was centered with a miniature blue and white wedding cake made by Mrs. O'Connor. Helen Finegan was at the coffee service. * * * Game prizes during the informal evening were won by Mrs. Hauser, Norma Bromert and Esther Feld. The wedding will take place at 9:30 a.m. Saturday, August 10, at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Auxiliary at Manning Has Instal lation (Ttnw* Herald N*wi Serrlee) MANNING — A regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held at the Legion Hall Tuesday evening. Mrs. R.O. Pratt, retiring president, opened the session. Annual reports were given by the treasurer, Mra,.Elroy Schrum; the secretary, Mrs. Mildred Lyden; and for the auditing committee, Mrs. John Schrum. Mrs. Pratt read her yearly report on SAVE NOW! On AII Your Summer Needs at LEHMAN'S Take Along a Kodak On Your Vocation VACATION SPECIAL! 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With Applicator Kit $3.00 VAUUII Salt $2*2,9 BETROTHED ... Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Heisterkamp of Breda announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter. Bonnie, to Don Henrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henrlch of Carroll. The wedding will take place at 10 a.m. August 24 at St. Bernard's Church In Breda. Thekla Circle Organizes For The Coming Year Mrs. Carl Bauerle and Mrs. B. W. Fisk entertained Thekla Circle of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service at a 0 o'clock brunch and organizational meeting on the lawn of Mrs. Bauerle'a home Wednesday morning. The group of approximately 20 started arrangements for the coming year's activities and discussed projects. . v '• , ' * *. • Mrs. Fisk tl chairman and Mrs. Bauerle, cd • chairman, of the circle. Mrs. John, E. Tucker Is secretary and Mrs. B. W. Van Meter, treasurer. Program chairmen are Mrs. V,.Stuart Perry and Mrs. Arthur McNaughton. A Mexican hat, filled with garden flowers, formed the centerpiece of the Paisley cloth on the serving table. Mrs. Perry was at the coffee service. * * * Mrs. Ivan Bys, a member-at- large of the W.S.C.S., was a guest outside of the circle. 4 ; Tim* Herald, Utntt, JewV Thursday, July Tl, 1M7 the unit's activities. She also reported sending $21 to Woodward for canteen cards. Mrs. Joe Steen. Mrs. Arved Stangl, Mrs. W. C. Schrum and Mrs. Orrin Ramsey had perfect attendance for tbe year and received gifts from the president. Installation of officers was held, with Mrs. William Vollstedt as installing officer and Mrs. Joe Steen, Installing sergeant-at-arms. Mrs. Orla Peters is the new president; Bette Whannell, first vice; Mrs. Amos Rutz, second vice; Mrs. Herb Stribe, recording secretary; Mrs. W. C; Schrum, corresponding secretary; Mrs. Clarus Heithoff, treasurer; Mrs. D. R. McGrath, chaplain; Mrs. Alfred Ahrendsen, historian; Mrs. Steen and Mrs. Orrin Ramsey, sergeant- j at-arms. Mrs. Vollstedt presented a past president's ring to the retiring president. j Mrs. Peters took over the meet-i ing after the installation. The group voted to have program booklets made for the new year. The Manning unit will entertain county units at a picnic in early September. The August meeting of the unit will be a 6:30 potluck picnic in park, with Mrs. Lillian Mohr. Mrs. Henry Dethlefs and Mrs. Grover Steen as the committee in charge. Several officers may attend the state convention in Des Moines the latter, part of this month. Lunch was served by Mrs. H. E. Meyers and her committee. New committee chairmen appointed by the president for the 19S7-S8 year are: Americanism, Bernadette Peters; past president's parley, Mildred Lyden; child welfare, Margaret Schroeder; community' service. Lola Ahrendsen; legislative activities, Alta Hansen; music, Bonita Hagedorn; Pan American Study. Marie Wiese; poppy, Helen Pratt; national defense, Mabel Opperman; rehabilitation, Else Struve; radio, constitution and by-laws, Erma Wiese; national security and education, Alice Schrum; sick relief, Frieda Berkheimer; Gold Star, Marian Weiss; junior activities, Elaine Struve, Florence Schroeder; membership, past president's parley; auditing, Darlene Schrum, Amanda Lamp; publicity, Marie McGrath; memorials, Dorothy Schrum; courtesy and Girls' State, Amanda Lamp; gifts, Marcella Johnson; and friendly visitor. Isabel Smith. Mrs. Roy Heuton returned Tuesday night from Decorah, where she/ spent ,10 days with her son-in- law and daughtei, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Lass, and their baby aon, Gary Dennis. On the way back Mrs. Heuton stopped at Ames for an overnight visit with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and. Mrs. Jack Heuton, and family. 'Shooting Stars" Just llkt shooting itari — these ptnwheel medallions whirl their way from crochet needle to lovely finished articles! Make a few a day —see how quickly they're done! —Pattern 7108: Crochet direction* tor hexagon 6 inches from> point to point, In bedspread cotton. Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern (or lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 338 Household Arts Dept., P. 0. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. PrUU plainly-NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE, AND PATTERN NUMBER. A bonujr for our readers—two FREE patterns, printed in our new Altce Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1987! Plus a wonderful variety of design to order—crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, toys, dons, others. Send 28 cents for your copy of this exciting NEW needle book—now! TWE FUN! FOOD fc£ ^ U/MOLe FAMILV LOl/^ M«k«» many tr««tt twlee mm good! Something happens when you add ice cream to your favorite pie or to cake! It's so good with BO many things. Keep a carton handy in your freezer compartment! Serve it often! U lure Yeu Ott the Pint* MANNING ICE CREAM Pa rag i* MR. AND MRS. STEENSOK ... . Married at SS. Peter and Pai''s Church Saturday morning, July 6, were Mr. and Mrs. Richard R. Steenson, The bride Is the former Marlene M. Dopheide, daughter of" Mrs, J. B. Dopheide and the late Mr. Dopheide of Carroll. The bridegroom's parents are Mr; and Mrs. C. L. Steenson of Aberdeen, S. D. Following a trip In western states, the couple will live at 814 North Main Street after July 14. Mr. Steenson is an optician at the Carroll Medical Center. Mrs. 8teenson Is secretary-treasurer of the Security Title tt Investment Company. (Paige & Paige Photo) 1 tora.v'R.a&. Moehn, Mrs. E. J. Waters ana Muriel Reynolds returned Wednesday afternoon from Spirit, Lake where they had been guests >o( Mr, and Mrs. F. R. Mc- j ^Coy at their cottage since Sunday. , Mr§i Viola Schlelsman returned .Wednesday from* a five-day visit 'with ' her sbn-tiwaw fend daughter, Mr* andf^rs. Robert Alex, *Sfo<Mhe *r ^jbaby eon in Denver, 00, Mrs* ; Aiex ;is the former ICorinje Schlelsman. Betty Raine of Rainelle, W- Va;, arrived Tuesday to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Klein, and family,arid (i accompany them to their new home ;i *t Greenville, Ohio. The family plans to leave for Greenville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Van Pelt and daughter,. Rondalyn, of Boone visited Mr. Van Pelt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Pelt, and Mrs. Van "Pelt's mother, Mrs. Delbert Morgan, Monday and Tuesday. Rondalyn, who had been here with the Paul Van Pelts since Thursday, returned home with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Daugherty are Home after spending a week at their cottage at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gordon? i»h, Lee, and daughter, Mary, of Arlington stopped here Wednesday to visit Mr; and Mrs. Herman Walters when returning from a trip to Colorado. Mary stayed to spend two weeks with Patricia Schulte at the Walters home. Farewell Party Is Presented for Mrs. Orvllle Bierl Mrs. Kenneth Auen entertained at her home Wednesday night, honoring Mrs. Orville Bierl at a farewell party. Cards and other games were played before dessert and coffee were served at tables for four. The group presented Mrs. Bierl with a parting gift. * * * Guests included Mrs. Mike Maystadt Jr. of Mankato, Minn., Mrs. Don Schechinger, Mrs. William Siepker Jr., Mrs Ray Siepker, Mrs. Jack Fleskes, Mrs. Eugene Eifler, Mrs. James Spieker, Mrs. Donald Tigges and Mrs. Jack Thein. The Bierl family plans to move to Boston, Mass., 'July 22. Homemakers Club Meets For Cards And Picnic Lunch Members of the Grant Township Homemakers clfib held their July meeting at the Southside Park shelterhouse Wednesday afternoon. Pinochle was played at four tables. After a picnic lunch In mid-afternoon, the games were resumed. » * * Winners of score prizes were Erna Langmeier, who held high, and Mrs. William Renze, low* The traveling prize went to Mrs. Henry Feld. A prize for the birthday closest to July 10 was awarded to Mrs. Ed Lenz. The club's next meeting will 1)6 Aug. 14 in the Amber room of Club 30. ; Fri«» ~5st >i • ^^^B^^^St^ and Monday QQ|] Honf "Handy CM" *t«r yeur klv (IMII ^km to katp tat,pads handy.; ' Durable iplsiHc' holder be»§« wait. CawjMkJirMt twa «vlM > •Jelfc hat MCH .jIAfae tt toS ^fof 3f£ Mr. and" Mrs. Clarence Bent- schek, daughter. Marcla, and son, John, of Chicago arxived Wednesday afternoon for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs* John Ludwig of Carroll, and relatives at Manilla and Vail., Mr Benlschek is Mrs. tudwlg's nephew. Stunning! Printed Pattern Our Printed, Pattern—under ,the spell ot those stunning far-e»st fashions! The slren-sllm Jlnes ot this newest, dress are beautifully fitted, even without a belt—famous for their, flattery! Have It with mandarin collar, scoop neck. Printed Pattern 9364: Misses' Sizes 10," 13, 14, 18, 18. Size IS takes 3H yards ,35-lnch fabric. Printed directions -c-n each pat- tarn part. Sailer, faster, accurate. Send Thlrty-flve cents in coins tw th<> pattern—add & cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send -to Marian ' Martin, care of Dally Timet Herald, 26 Pattern Dept.. ,883 West 18th St.. New York 11. N. y. Print plainly NAME, AD. DREM with StONE, SIZE and STYLE im$mmmmmimmmmimmmmm 'Cdoltd by Rtf rigtrotion! CARROLI "TThiirf, '<* Fri, - Sat DAVIS PAIr'T ASSOCIATE STQRS •C W. NICOUL .'1 Mrs. James Porter and daughter, Cheri, of Butte, Mont., arrived Wednesday to - spend abojiit a month with MM. Porter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn. N. Weeks. Mr. Porter is attending Army Reserve camp at Yakima. Wash., for two weeks. Social Calendar Thursday— > ' t ' Open golf and bridge day, Carroll Country Club. Rainbow Founder's day pi cnI e breakfast, Graham Park. * Newcomers Club, Hotel Burke. V.F.W. Auxiliary picnic, South- 4 side Park. Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. hall. Saturday- Carroll Country Club dance. Tuesday— "** L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ray Henkenius. Amvets Auxiliary picnic, 6:30 p.m. Southside Park. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall. D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. EJ. N. Neu, Hotel Burke. Barbara Jensen Complimented at PrenuRtial Party Honoring Barbara "Jensen, August bride-elect, a miscellaneous shower was given by Janice* Engelen and Mrs. Richard Sorensen at the Engelen home Wednesday evening. The gift table, decorated in Miss Jensen's colors of blue and white, was centered with" a miniature brtde and groom under an umbrella. At either side of the arrangement were blue candles in handmade white crepe paper .holders. • * * Prizes in the games, which, carried out the shower idea, were won by Mrs. Glennie Prince, Mrs. J. C. Schumacher, Mrs. Darrel Kingston and Lois Olsen. Also attending the courtesy were Mrs. .Hugh Ryan, aunt of the bride-elect, Mrs. Henry Doitch, Mrs. Heriry Engelen, Mrs. Jerry Bell, Mrs. Don Nieland, Barbara Hagedorn, Betty Kingston, Sheryl Schumacher, Janet Schaben, Betty Leiting and Joyce Engelen. Favors of blue cellophane rice bags tied with white ribbons were on the lunch trays. Miss Jensen will marry Robert Olsen of Hamlin August 10. • CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRt Thurs. - FH. - Soh mm Op#n of 7:15 p. m. First Show at Duik Close Box Office * ot 9:30 D . m. J JLooW . . Thur. 'B Fri. Nights Rtceiv* JOMr Urge Jpffc* ... Anotht r mekmii4 Jerry ttVm liSiiiiSiii

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