Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 13, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 13, 1957
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E. Ann Brady We Dean Lynn Eleanor Ann Brady of Carroll and Dean Lynn Fullerton of Rockford were married at 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon, July 13, in St. Paul's Episcopal Church at Harlan. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs Peter E. Brady. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Harold R. Fullerton of Rockford. The couple was unattended at; the double ring ceremony 'which was performed by the Rev. Clifford W. Atkinson. James Polzois of Harlan was organist. * * * The bride wore a ballerina- length dress of white lace oyer taffeta and carried* a colonial bouquet in white. Her silk illusion shoulder • length veil was held in place by a headband of white rosebuds. Ushers, were Robert and Dale Fullerton of Rockford, brothers of the bridegroom. * * * A small reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. Attending from Carroll were the bride's sister, Margaret Brady, and Mr. and Mrs. 0. W. Harris. Miss Brady presided at the coffee service and Mrs. Harris cut the bride's cake. Guests from Manning were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pratt, Mr.' and Mrs. C. M. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hoffmann. * * * Following a week's trip in the Black Hills,. Mr. and Mrs. Fullerton will live at Harlan, where they will be at home after July 21 Both will teach in the Harlan public school system the coming year. Mr. Fullerton is the high school vocational .agriculture in structor. His bride is first grade teacher in the new Park School. Mrs. Fullerton attended Nebras ka State Teachers College at Wayne and the University of Col­ orado'at Boulder Mr. Fullerton is a graduate of Iowa State College, Ames; Toastmistress Club At Manning Uses Newspapering Theme (Time* Herald N«w» Rerviec) MANNING — The regular meeting of the Manning Toastmistress Club was held July 9 with Eunice Jensen as hostess. Mrs. Emma Diets was co-hostess. • Alma Pahde gave the inspire tional opening. Faye Hill led the flag pledge, Inez Hansen, topic mistress, introduced Eunice Jen sen who spoke on "How Do You Read Your Newspaper?"; Iola Stammer, "What Interests You Most in the Newspaper?"; Alma Pahde, "What Criticism do You Have About Newspapers?", and Florence Genzen, "What Cur rent Event Has Held Your Interest Lately?" Following the business meeting, Ruby Beisch, toastmistress, introduced Evelyn Polking, who talked on "Mixing Mental Cocktails." Florence Book spoke on "Conversation Adventuring." Evaluator No. 1 was Eunice Hass, Faye Hill was lexicologist, Florence Genzen, general evaluator, and Patricia Bruck, timekeeper. rfon Mrs. Dean L. Fullerton First Shewing of Jerrys New Picture In This Part of The State! . CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. - Mon. - Tuts, The juvenile delinquent who tops* 'email! Ladies Aid at Glidden Makes Guest Day Plans jTlme* HersIS Newt Serrtee) GLIDDEN — Peace Lutheran Ladies Aid of Glidden met July 10 with Mrs. Gus Johnson, Mrs. Henry KrUger and Mrs. Ernest Jacobs as hostesses. Twenty-four members and six guests were present. The meeting opened with the hymn, "Just as I Am, Without One Plea" and responsive reading of Psalm 84. The July L.W.M.L. topic. "Where Will the King Find You?" was led by Pastor E.W.M. Brewer. Tner Lord's Prayer was given in unison. The president, Mrs. Fred RUdi, conducted the business meeting, Mrs. Max Huffman became a new member. The society voted to pay the balance over and above the amount in the congregational gown fund to help purchase a new white clerical gown for Pastor Brewer. Ladies Aid societies chosen to be guests at the annual .guest day Sept. 11 are Arcadia, Carroll, Lake City and Jefferson. Pastor Brewer and the executive board are to decide on a speaker for this occasion. Mrs. DeEtta Nye Gives Lesson for Dedham W.S.C.S. (Time* Herald Newi Service) DEDHAM — Woman's Society of Christian Service of the Methodist Church held a regular meeting Thursday afternoon in the church annex "here. Thirteen members were present. The business meeting was conducted by tb* prssident, Mrs. Harold Turner. Devotions were given by Miss Bess Emery and the lesson, "Stranger Within His Gates" was presented by Mrs. DeEtta Nye. Lunch was served by Mrs. Nelly Toovey, chairman, Mrs. Merle Pomeroy, Mrs. Fred Theulen, Mrs. Nye, Mrs. John Lewis and Mrs. Earl Miller. Busy Thimbles of Manning Meet For Afternoon Quilting (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING — The Presbyterian Busy Thimbles met at the church for an afternoon of quilting Thursday. "Miss Viola Kaxsters gave the devotional service. Lunch was served by Mrs.. Carl Sinning and Mrs; Grover Bartels. 4 Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, .July 18, 1M7 Social Calendar 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, 6:30 potluck dinner, Southside Park shelterhouse. D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. E. N. Neu, Hotel Burke. Wednesday— . St. Lawrence Christian Mothers Sodality, 7 p.m. potluck dinner, Parish hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club picnic, Mrs. C. R. ' Thomas' home. Thursday- Thimble Bee picnic, Graham Park. Flower and .Garden Club picnic, 6:30 p.m., Southside Park! Royal Neighbors potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Mrs,. Gerhard Lamf men' home. Patricia* Amsden Honored at Pa rty In Scranton Home (Time* Herald New* Service) SCRANTON - A 9:30 coffee and shower were held Saturday at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Juergens in honor of Patricia Amsden whose marriage" to Charles Oxenford takes place Aug. 3. Coffee was served from a table decorated with a centerpiece of blue delphiniums. Mrs. Verba Amsden poured. * . * * Assisting were Naomi Jones, Violet Miller, Priscilla Still and Lenore Peterson. About 35 guests were present. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Dean Oxenford and Mrs. R. L. Baumnover of Carroll, Mrs. Emery Kennett of Glidden and Mrs. Viola Pauley of Jefferson. Potluck Dinner at, July Meeting of St. Lawrence. Unit The July meeting of the Chris tian Mothers Sodality of St. Law rence Church in the parish hall Wednesday night, July 17, will be preceded by a 7 o'clock potluck dinner. * * * Mrs. E. H. Buchmann and Mrs; Robert Kanne are co-chairmen of the committee in charge of dinner arrangements. Cooled by Refrigeration! CARROLI Mike Maystadt Jr. of Mankato, Minn., arrived Friday night to join Mrs. Maystadt and son, Scott, who have been here with Mr. and Mrs. Wes Jenkins and family since Monday. The three will return to Mankato Sunday. Mrs. Maystadt is the former Jacquie Lambert. Summer Flowering MARTHA HYER DARREN McGAVIN : AMMMWMtKWM Open at- 7:15 p. m. 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Mr. and Mrs. Griffin Phyllis Tubbs Becomes Bride Of John Griffin (Times Herald New« Service) LAKE CITY - The marriage of Phyllis Marie Tubbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Tubbs of Lake. City, and A 2c John Edmund Grif- j fin. son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Griffin of Spencer, took place by candlelight Saturday, July 6,- at 8 p.m. in the First Baptist Church here. The Rev. Eugene Shipley read the double ring service. Marian Hammond of Lake City* sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer" accompanied by Hester Crosswait, organist, who also played nuptial music as the guests arrived, and the Wagner and Mendelssohn wedding marches. * * * * The bride, who was given in marriage by her father, wore a ballerina - length gown of white tulle and chantilly lace over taffeta which she and her mother had designed and made. The fitted bodice of lace had off-the-shoulder sleeves, and scalloped bateau neckline V-shaped in the back and finished with a large bow of the taffeta. The bouffant skirt of tulle over taffeta had floating panels of the lace in front and back. Her finger-tip veil of nylon illusion was attached to a small cap of lace flowers dotted with rhinestones. She carried a white Bible with a. cluster of yellow roses and white satin ribbon shower. Norma Jean Tubbs of Lake City, sister of the bride, was maid of honor, and Janice Gobeli of Lake City, bridesmaid. They wore ballerina-length gowns of net over taffeta with matching headbands. Miss Tubbs wore yellow and Miss Gobeli, blue. They carried cascade bouquets of pink carnations. Richard Underwood, Jr. of Spencer, nephew of the bridegroom, was the ring-bearer.> Wearing a white jacket and navy blue trousers, he carried the rings on a white satin pillow. \ * * * Lloyd Johns of Spencer was best man, and Richard Underwood of Spencer, brother - in - law Of the bridegroom, groomsman., Ushers were Dennis Bean of Lake City, cousin of the bride, and Lavern Holmberg of Spencer, cousin of the bridegroom. Candlelighters were Karen Griffin of Spencer, sister of the bridegroom, and Kareij Wise of Rockwell City, cousin of the bride. Miss Griffin wore blue and Miss Wise, yellow. * * * ..After the ceremony a reception for about ISO guests was held in the church parlors. Mrs. Dan Chapman and Miss Doris Sievert, cousin of the bride, were reception hostesses. The reception table was centered with a three-tiered cake decorated in blue and yellow. After the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Griffin left on a.short wedding trip. For traveling Mrs. Griffin had an ensemble composed of a grey-figured - white dress, and silver-grey duster lined to match the dress. Her accessories were white, her corsage, yellow roses. * * * Mrs. Griffin is a 1956 graduate of Lake City High School. She has been employed' at the Iowa Employment Security Commission in Des Moines. A 2c Griffin was graduated from Spencer High School in 1955. He is in the U.S. Air Force Farewell Party For Mrs. Schreck Co-workers In the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company , honored Mrs. Douglas Schreck, the former Mildred Friedman, at a farewell din* ner party at the Brown ..Derby Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs, Schreck are moving Saturday from Carroll to Coon Rapids, where Mr. Schreck is employed by the Rippey-Miller Chick Company and Mrs. ; Schreck will begin work at the Iowa Savings Bank. She has been serving as plant clerk in the local office of the telephone company. Her suc­ cessor'is Mary Ann Wegman, who is being: transferred from the traffic department. * * * Thirty-two were in the dinner party group, which included wives and husbands of employes. On behalf of the employes, Robert Beck presented Mrs. Schreck with a gift. Attending from ' the Council Bluffs district office were Leo Fillippi and Lyle George; WardroboDress Printed Pattern 9086 SIZES 10 — 20 Our new Printed Pattern makes a whole wardrobe of one lovely dress! Wear It sleek and simple, as a sheath; add the belt with is peplum for ; a smart two-piece effect. Sew one version with scoop neckline; another with collar! Printed Pattern 9086: Misses' Sizes 10. 12,14, 16, 18. 30. Size 16 dress takes 3'A yards 35-Inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, faster, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents in coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Daily Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 332 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. and is being transferred from Lowry Air Force Base, Colo., to the base at Sioux City. The couple will live in Sioux City. Special guests were the bride's maternal grandmother, Mrs. Ellen Wise of Lake City, and the bridegroom's paternal grandmother, Mrs. George Griffin of Riverside, Calif. Other guests were from Spencer, Albert City, Breda, Carroll, Des Moines, Dickens, Estherville, Lake City, Lohrville, M a n s o n, Marathon, Norwalk, Palmer, Rockwell City, Ruthven, Spencer, Terril, Yetter; also Peoria. 111., Riverside, Calif., and Portland, Ore. Patricia Maher has returned to Chicago after spending several days with her uncle and aunt, Dr. and Mrs. Roland B. Morrison, and their daughter. Mary. Personal Paragraphs Leo FHspatrick and son, Brian, drove to Omaha Saturday to be accompanied back by Mjss. Fltz- patrick, who has completed a summer school course at thefUnivers­ ity of Omaha., : 'f/ Miry Merrtien ;«f Carroll and Karen Rl* and . Dale Jansen of Manning are,; returning Saturday from Iowa City, where .they have •been Since.Wednesday. The three took placement tests at the Uni­ versity'of tbwa, which they will enter as freshmen in the fall. Mrs. H»rry Sievers and sons, Roger, and Tcevor, who > spent nearly a,week with Mr. and Mrs. William 1 C. Frank, left by plane from Carroll Friday afternoon for Lthelr home at Rocky River, 0. 'iWarren Noonan and R. Lake of Cleveland, pilot and co-pilot, respectively/stopped here for Mrs. Siev'ers arid sons when returning from'Duluth, Minn. Mrs. Sievers and sons' had come here «July 4 with Mr. Sievers and his, brother, Emery Sievers of Youngstown, 0., both of whom "left last Saturday. Harry and Emery Sievers are Mrs. Frank's brothers. Irene Schreck, registered nurse, returned to LaCrosse, Wis., Friday after spending a week in Des Moines. She had gone there to be with her niece, Mary Michelle Walsh, who underwent heart sur-_ gery at Blank Memorial Hospital' Tuesday afternoon and died early Wednesday morning. Miss Schreck is a student anesthetist at St. Francis Hospital in LaCrosse. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Novacek are leaving Saturday for a weekend visit with Mrs. Novacek's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James E. Koutsky, at Thayer. BRIDAL COUPLE. "." Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy klocke, who were married June 22 at Holy Angels Church, Roselle, are living, on a farm five and one-half miles south of Dedham, with Gray as their address. The bride, the former Janice Catherine Kirsch, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kirsch Jr. of Carroll. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Klocke of Coon Rapids. (Paige & Paige Photo) Rebekah Lodge In Vacat i on Until September Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 held its last meeting before the summer recess in the Odd Fellows ha}l .Friday night. .Mrs. Fred Schaefer, noble grand, presided at the routine session * * * Lunch was served by Mrs. Art Kunecke, Mrs. E. J. Daugherty and Miss Nene Barr : The lodge now goes into vacation until Sept. 12. Promotion Day Held At Lanesboro Church (Times Herald News Servlee) LANESBORO — Sunday morning during the Sunday School hour, a short program was held for promotion Sunday. Elmer. Dobson_was in -charge of devotions. The opening prelude was played by Linda Dobson. Mrs. S. C Zimbeck, president of the. Woman's Society of Christian Service, led in prayer.' Steve Streeter read scripture. Terry Dial played a solo, "Whispering Hope," on his piano accordion. Ronald Richardson and Delwyn Twogood played "Faith of Our Fathers" and "Abide with Me" on their clarinets. Mrs. Burdette Twogood presented diplomas to the teachers who distributed them to the children in their classes. Mrs. Elmer Berhs presented the vacation church school certificates to the teachers of vacation church school who gave them to their classes. Mrs. Don Remsburg, chairman of the commission' on education, presented Mrs. "Elmer Berns with a gift of appreciation as director of the vacation church school. Rev. Hancock gave a few words of encouragement to the teachers and pupils of', the Sunday school. The classes were, then dismissed with the teachers to their new classes where, attendance and collections were taken'; Officers to Be .Installed at* an , Auxiliary Meet Officers of the Carroll unit, American Legion Auxiliary, will- be installed" at a meeting in the shelterhouse of the Southside Park Tuesday evening,: July 16. Committee .appointments for the 'coming year will be announced. The meeting will open with a 6*: 30 potluck picnic, Arrangements are in charge of Mrs. Fred Julich JHtnd Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran. ' Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Polking of Carroll, accompanied by their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Polking, and (Jaughter,^ Karen, of Fort Dodge, * returned* Friday night from a two-week trip through northwestern slates. At Helena, Mont!, they visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Feldman and family and at Vallejo, Calif., they spent three days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,R. N. Balster. Mr. Feldman is Mr, •sPolking's nephew and Mrs. Balster is Mrs. Polking's sister.,. Their, vacation also took them to - Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone Park, Grand Coulee Dam, the Red Woods of California and San Francisco. Mrs, C, J. Novotny returned to her home in Cedar Rapids Friday after spending two weeks with her mother, Mrs, E. A. Wissler. Mr. and Mrs. George D. Walden and family are moving Monday from 506 West 16th Street into the residence at 613 North Court, vacated by the Russell Taylor family when they moved into their new home on Highland Drive. Pete MoelUrs Are Bock from Vacation In Yellowstone Park (Times Herald News Service) MANNING—Mr. and Mrs. Pete Moeller of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Al Weber of Fond du Lac, Wis., have returned 'from a week's trip in Yellowstone National Park. Billie Graner is spending the week with Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Holts at Atlantic- Mrs. Gerd Janssen of' Gilmore City is spending several week's with Mrs. Minnie Biehl. Steven and Bruce Rutz are spending the week in the Harold Rutz home in Des Moines. Judy Laurinat and Patricia Oakley are attending Methodist Camp at Camp Dodge near Des Moines this week Wayne Pfannkuch is visiting in the Melvin Pfannkuch home in Breda. Marian Pfannkuch, daughter of the Melvin Pfannkuch's, came to Manning for a short visit. Rev. Lester Moore, pastor of the Methodist Church, has spent the past week as a teacher and counselor at the Burlington District Pioneer Institute held at Mt. Pleasant. Mr. and Mrs Denver Haase and family ar,e spending several weeks with relatives in California. Janice and Linda Mundt, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Mundt, are spending this week in the Martin Reinig home in Portsmouth. - ; Debra Kay and Mariann Stuhr of Woodward have returned home after spending two weeks with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuhr. BUILD NEW CHURCH GLENWOOD oft-Work was under way Saturday on building of the new Hillsdale Rural Methodist Church which replaces one destroyed by firo last February. Construction is being done by volunteer workers. Estimated cost is $15,000. LAST EMPEROR Pedro II, better known as Dom Pedro, was the last emperor of Brazil. A republic was proclaimed in 1889 and the emperor was forced to abdicate. , wi^MrfMi RETURNS FROM CHINESE MAINLAND ...American Donald Blackwood;'former U. S. Air Force pilot, his Korean-born wife, and their child, arrived In Hong Kong from the Portuguese^ colony of Macao after spending two months on. the Chinese mainland. They claim that their Illegal visit was just an adventure, but were,kept under surveillance by the Communists during the trip. (NEATelephotoV Ends Saturday "ST. JOAN" With Iowa's Own Jean Seberg For Sole MOORMAN'S Conoco Station «th snd Cerroir Be on Hand tqr the Judging of the Talented New "Miss Carroll" You Won't Want to Miss One Single Exciting Moment of This Year's "Miss Carroll" Pageant ' Talent and Evening Dress Competition 3 p. m. Sunday at the Starline - Admission 50c CORONATION BALL 9 p. m. Sunday at tye Starline Ballroom-Adm. $1,25 Music by HankSlhobley and His Orchestra You'll Certainly tyen^ to |CTNrt When 'Mill Carroll' Is Introduced red ky Y^iir Carroll •r rce /ah ,V..i,!,u v

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