Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 12, 1957 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 12, 1957
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CARROLL'S TOP GOLFERS . . . Mrs/ W. 8. Farter, Mrs. Roy Eastlund and Mrs. Larry Leffingwell, left to right, won champion- thlp honors among Carroll Country Club member* at the annual open golf day. Each scored 97 In the 18-hole championship flight. Mn. Leffingwell won the first prise and Mrs. Eastlund, second, on a draw. Seventy-eight golfers played in the tourney. (Staff Photo) * . * Fort Dodge Girls Win Golf Tournament Here Last year's champions repeated as victors of 1957 at the women's open golf tournament at the Carroll Country Club Thursday. They are Sondra* Anderson, who won the championship, and Doris Lemon,'runner-up, both of Fort Dodge. Miss Anderson, who carded 82, shot 38" in her first round, which Is four under women's par on the course and is considered quite a feat. Miss Lemon scored 86 for the 18 holes. Both are members of the Riverview Country Club. "* * * t Seventy-eight out of 87 who registered played in the tourney. Out- of-town clubs represented were Goon Rapids,: Storm Lake, Manning, Jefferson, Fort Dodge, Ida GroverOerfison, Harlan, Itfapleton and Sac City. . A guest from the farthest dis­ tance was Rosemary Kappenman of Sioux Falls, S. D., who is Mrs. Clem' Determan's niece. Prizes were "awarded by Mrs. Don White, co-chairman, about 4:30 p.m. In the Pine room of the club house. Mrs. Vernon Juergens was chairman of the day. • * * Out-of-town winners in addition to the champion and runner-up were: First flight, 18 holes, Jane Hilgenberg, Coon Rapids, with a score of 99, and Stella Roberts, Cqon Rapids, runner-up, 102; second flight, 18 holes, Elaine Brodersen, Harlan, and Kay Gibson, Sac City, who tied, with Miss Gibson winning on the draw; third flight, 18 holes, Arlene Hoffeins of Denison, 10S, and Dorothy Mundt, Denison, runner-up. 113; Nine-hole championship flight, Flo Gould of Harlan, winner, with Announcement... 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Thomas' home. < , /\Av ,*v> \y%^^b \ a score of 4«, and Babe Pett o( Jefferson, runner-up, 50; first flight, nine holes, Olga Bowman of Coon Rapids, 56, and Opal Haupert, Jefferson, runner-up, 57; second flight, nine holes, Dorothy, Groteluschen of Manning, who tied with Kay Weber of Coon Ra-, pids, each with a*score of 60, Mrs. Groteluschen winning on the draw. * * * The 18-hole championship flight for Carroll golfers resulted in a three-way tie among Mrs. Larry Leffingwell, Mrs. Roy Eastlund and Mrs. W. S. Farner, each of whom shot a 97. On the draw, Mrs. Leffingwell won the first prize and Mrs. Eastlund, second. Winner of the first flight in 18- hole play was Mrs. Martin Schmeiser, with a score of 102. Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton, who shot 105, was runner-up. Mrs. Florence Wagner, with a score of 60, won the nine hole championship flight. Runner .. up was Teresa Brandl, who carded 52. The first flight, nine holes, was won by Mrs. H, £, Sllsby, with a score of 60. Runner-up was Mrs. Robert H. Matt with a 61. * * * Mrs. W. D. Keith and Miss Virginia Carrigg assisted Mrs. Juergens and Mrs. White at the registration desk at the first tee'. Mrs. R. M. Moehn, Mrs. ROM J. Burns and Mrs. Robert Sorenson served doughnuts and coffee to the golfers as they arrived at the clubhouse in the morning. „ A buffet luncheon was held at noon in the Pine Room as the golfers came in from the course. Assisting in serving were Mrs. B.J. Leahy, Mrs. Howard Mohler, Mrs. Clyde Cassill, Mrs. Andy G. Ley and Betty Bauer. Mrs. Robert Moehn and Mrs. James Kratoska comprised the committee for purchasing the prizes; Miss Margaret Carney and Mrs. Mike Wittrock sent out the Invitations and Mrs. Perry Knowlton made the identification tags. * * * The bridge tournament, held at the clubhouse in the afternoon, was preceded by a 1 o'clock luncheon. Mrs. M. M. Campbell and Mrs. Nick Beiter were cochairmen of the bridge-luncheon committee. Garden flowers, with cosmos predominating, were the room and table decorations. Low bou- OPEN" DAY GOLF CHAMPIONS'. . .Winner of the women's open golf tournament at the Car. roll Country Club Thursday was Sondra Anderson of Fort Dodge, shown with club. Kneeling at. the extreme left Is Doris Lemon of Fort Dodge, runner-up. Miss Anderson, scoring 82, shot - v a 38 In the first line-hole round, which is four under women's par on the course. Miss Lemon carded 85 in the 18-hole event. Mrs. Vernon Juergens and Mrs. Don Whits were co-chalfmen of • the golf tourney. (8taff Photo) Newcomers Club Dines In Vacation Setting .Vacation travel fdlders, furnish«J tne them*; for tabic .decorations a%1ift, AUy;djnhe'r meeting of the Newcomers Club In the Driftwood Ttooni. 6f' Hotel Burke Thursday evening. ' Hostesses were Mrs. Orville Bierl, Mrs. Jack Grote, Mrs. Robert Haseltori and Mrs, B. H. Walden. , • . Thirty members and guests were present. Attending for the first time, were Mrs. Gerald Ret* tenmaier and Mrs. Gerald Bauer. A crepe paper highway lined with road signs wound around the U-shaped table arrangement. Centered on the officers' table was a yacht sailing a simulated sea. On in the Graham Park shelterhous* at #130 p,m> Saturday, July 27, under chairmanship of Mrs. Doran Brogden. Each couple is to brihi fried chicken and a|covered dish. Card games ate planned to com-' plete the evening. " ' ' \ Cards also rounded out last night's meeting. Mrs: Rettenmal- er won ttie high score bridge prize and Mrs. G. L. Churehsmfth, second high; Mrr. Ronald Gasklll, the high score canasta prize and Mrs. Bauer,'second high'. The next dinner meeting will be Thursday-night, Aug. 8, In the Driftwood Room. Hostesses will be Mrs. Frank Eulberg, chairman, Mrs, Russell Nelson, Mrs, Delmar Bogenrlef and Mrs. Ed Foley. the rear table was an' airliner, awaiting flight, while the log cabin of a mountain vacation, center- iVFW Auxiliary ed the forward table. ' D««,»«J*..» U-«/:-« Each nut cup had its own road |r. r . eC r ec L es Meeting sign -and a vacation scene The free dinner was won by Mrs. Harold Kunze. * * * ' The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Donald Albertson, president. Reported was a coffee for tentative ^members at Mrs. R.' J. ClarlC* .home* in, June; ! Plans were'm'ade for a potluck dinner for members and husbands hospital fund With Picnic Supper Members of the Veterans of Foreign Wars Auxiliary preceded their July meeting with a potluck picnic supper in the Southside Park shelterhouse Thursday" evening. In the business session, conduct* ed by Mrs. Dale Sease, president, the group voted to give $5 to the First Showing of Jerry's New Picture! In This Part of The Stattl CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATHF Sun, - Mon. - Tues. II The juvenile delinquent who tops 'em all! V > •it-: MARTHA HYER DARREN McGAVIN A •AiAAtcNfNt nemw Open at 7:15 p. m. First Show at Dusk No Increase in Prices I Adults 60c, Children Under 12- Fritt^ quota centered the luncheon tables, each set for four, and arranged on the south porch. There were places for 39 at the luncheon. Contract bridge was played at nine tables. Out-of-town guests, in addition to visitors from surrounding clubs, were Marian Williams of Rock Island, III., a cousin of Mrs. W. H. Rust of Glldden, and Helen Dolezal of San Pierre, Ind., sister of Robert J. Dolezal. * * * Winner of the high score prize for guests was Mrs. V. J. Meyers of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Lester Tre- loer of Fort Dodge was awarded the second high prize, and Mrs. Earl Hultgren of Ida Grove, low. Mrs. Hultgren also received the traveling prize. Among Carroll club members, the top prize was won by Mrs. Robert Matt; second high. Mrs. E. J. Kratoska,; and low, Mrs. Leahy. A prize for the wedding anniversary closest to July 11, the tournament date, was presented to Mrs. Clara Owens of Mapleton; a prize for the score closest to 1957, to Mrs. Olga Bowman of Coon Rapids; and a birthday prize to Mrs. W. J. Leuer. On the hostess committee with the two co-chairmen were Mrs. Lloyd Booth, Mrs. O. J. Bernholtz, Mrs. Frank W. Belter, Mrs. W. Paul Forney, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman, Mrs. R. W. Humphrey, Mrs. James W. Wilson, Mrs. Leo H. Kuker, Mrs. Robert Sorenson, Mrs. O. J. Murphy, Mrs. M. J. Hall and Mrs. H, C. Schogren of Carroll; Mrs. Dean Fisher, Mrs. 0. B. Moorhouse and Mrs. Rust of Glidden. Past Grand Regents Club Elects Officers Past Grand Regents Club of Court St. Rose of Lima No 6, Catholic Daughters of America, elected officers for the coming year at an informal meeting in. Mrs. J. C. Heider's home, following a no- hostess dinner at Pauline's Cafe,! Thursday evening. Mrs. George Nell was named president and Mrs. Oliver Mosman, secretary. Retiring officers are Mrs. Helder, president, and Miss Rose Finnegan, secretary. • * * Members made plans to attend Pioneer Day of the Iowa State Past Grand Regents Club at Hotel Savery in Des Moines Sunday, July 14. The local club is affiliated with the state organization. Personals Mrs. Tom Sharp returned to Fort Dodge Thursday after an overnight visit with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schmeisei and family. She came to attend the women's open golf and bridge day at the Carroll Country Club. Mrs. Sharp was accompanied home by her daughter, Patty, who had spent a week with Mr. and Mrs. Earl ''Connors and family. Henry Neppl's 70th Birthday Observed At Surprise Party Henry Neppl was honored at a surprise party on his 70th birthday Wednesday evening. Cards were played, after which lunch was served by the guests. Mr. Neppl was presented with a birthday gift. Sons and daughters joining Mrs. Neppl in the surprise at the family home were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Neppl and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Neppl of Fonda, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Sanders, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Myron Neppl, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neppl and Lois Neppl of Carroll. Cooled by Refrigeration! CARROLI .^SF ( ninMii , in Baa Miss Helen Dolezal of San Pierre, Ind., arrived Wednesday night to visit her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal, and family. PLAY IN BRIDGE TOURNAMENT ... Mem* bers of (he Ida Grove Cpuntry Club are shown with Carroll Country Club members at the annual open bridge tournament at the local club Thursday afternoon. Seated clockwise around the table afe Mrs. Dorothy Luhring and Mrs. Earl Hultgren, both of Ida Grove, Mrs. Hownrd B. Wll- son and Mrs. Ralph M. Crane, Carroll. A one o'clock luncheon, attended by a group of 39, pre- 'ceded the bridge games. Mrs. Nick Belter and Mrs, r M, M. Campbell were co-chairmen of the bridge-luncheon committee. (Staff Photo) Rainbow Girls Note Founder's Day at a Picnic Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wills and daughter, Norma Jean, returned Thursday from a vacation trip in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Wills went by train to Seattle, Wash., where their daughter teaches in Franklin High School: Arriving there June 20, the three spent a week* at Seattle, Vancouver, B. C, and sur-> rounding area before starting their trip, which took them along the Oregon coast down to Yosemite National Park in California. They drove on to Las Vegas, Nevada; Zion National Park and Bryce Canyon, Utah, and the Grand Canyon in Arizona, coming home by way of Albuquerque, N. M., and Amarillo, Tex. Carroll Assemblyr- Order—of Rainbow Girls, observed Founder's Day at a 6:30 picnic breakfast at Graham Park Thursday morning. Personal Paragraphs Mrs. B. B. Lehman went to Omaha Thursday night to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Tyson, for several days. Mrs. Lehman's daughter, Kathy, is spending the month of July with Attending were 21 girls and{ t h e Tysons. • Mrs. B. B. Lehman, mother advisor. Arrangements were in charge of Mrs. Lehman and Sandra Salsbury, worthy advisor. ST itirtt Sun. Ava ind jwj guys on » desert , islandl •n. Color! I Ava GARDNER Stewart GRANGER: David NIVEN in M-G'M'i *fffg .UnUNUTi Mrs. J. P. Dunn of Waterloo arrived Thursday to spend several days with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz, daughters, Karen and Carol, and son, Bobby, returned Thursday night after vacationing in eastern Iowa, Wisconsin and Illinois, since Sunday v They spent Thursday in Council Bluffs, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. ML. Amen and family. Mrs. Margaret Amen accompanied them home for a week's visit. , Louise Bowler, Janice Rutten, Beverly Rutten, Janet Schoenjahn, Elaine Wiskus, Faye Butler and Janet Scherikelberg left Friday morning for Lake Okobojl, where they will stay at a Fillenwarth cottage until Monday night. The seven are employed in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. PONT GAMBLE WITH HER DIAMOHD Mr. and Mra. Joe Mattes and children, Joan and Tommy, left for their home at Amana Thursday after an overnight visit with Mr. Mattes' aunts, Misses Lena .and Lucy Mattes. They also visited other relatives here, stopping on their way |back from a vacation trip to J >enver, Colo. Keepsake DIAMOND RINuS wraoouevtt Walter CHI AM Continuous Shew Sunday , ..... Open 1:00 p. m, Ends Saturday' "ST. 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