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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Jane Schmitz, Bride-Elect, Is Feted at Shower Jane SchmJtz, bride-elect of Mark C. Ahmann, was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mr. Ahmann 's mother, Mrs. Norbert Ahmann, at her home in Remsen Sunday afternoon. Attending from this vicinity were Miss Schmitz's mother. Mrs. Theodore Schmitz. and sister, Marian, Mrs. Clair Schmiti and Mrs. Elmer SchmiU of Arcadia. Another out-of-town guest In' the group of 30 was Mrs. Jack Sehmitz of Ireton. The other guests were relatives and friends from Reznseri. * * * Miss Schmitz was presented with a corsage by her hostess* The corsage of white and blue tinted carnations was tied with blue ribbon to carry out the bridal colors. The gift table was decorated with a white doll cake and red roses. * * * Bingo was played during the afternoon, which was concluded with the serving of lunch. The nut cups were in blue and white. Miss Schmitz and Mr. Ahmann will be married August 27 at St. John's Church in Arcadia. Timet Mirald, Carroll, lew* . Tuesday, July 16, 1957 Shirley Raine, Doyle Prescott vVedat Lake View (Time* Hertt4 !N>w« Ken-Ire) LAKE VIEW - Shirley Raine, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Raine, and Doyle D. Prescott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Prescott, were married July 14 at 8 p.m. at the Methodist Church in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Paul Potter. The candlelight service was held before an altar banked with pink gladioli and baby breath. Candles on the piano and organ and greenery on the altar rail decorated the chancel. The bride was escorted by her uncle, Raymond Grill. Her gown had a fitted lace bodice with scalloped boat neckline ending in a deep V in the back. The sleeves were long and fitted. The floor- length taffeta skirt ended in accordion pleats. It was topped by a shorter skirt of full lace which ended in deep scollops at top of the accordion pleats of the underskirt. Her circular silk illusion veil was caught to a lace hat encrusted with tiny seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. , The bride's attendants were Phyllis Jans of Des Moines, former high school classmate, and Dorothy Stegeman of Schleswig, college roommate. They wore nile green taffeta. The bridegroom was attended by hia brother, Elmer Prescott, and a friend. Dean Nelson. Mary Susan Wade, cousin of the bride, was the flower girl and SEPTEMBER BRIDE - ELECT The forthcoming marriage of Gloria Bluml to Duane Rlesberg Is announced by Miss Bluml's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bluml of Halbur. Mr.. Rlesberg Is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Rlesberg of Halbur. Saturday morning, Sept. 14, has been set as the date of the wedding which will take place at St. Augustine's Church in Halbur, Lois Anne Blum and James Cave Married (Time* Herald »w« Service) WALL LAKE—Lois Anne Blum of Wall Lake and James Richard Cave of Ogden were married at 9; 30 Monday morning, July 15, in St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Wall Lake, by the Rev. Philip Dalley. Her arm bouquet for the' Blessed Virgin's altar was of white gladioli and carnations tied with Madonna blue satin. Attending her sister as bridesmaid was Joanell Blum, who wore a gown of orchid net over satin . . .with short-sleeved net jacket. Her The bride is a daughter of Dr. companion • styled summer fan and Mrs. A. A. Blum of Walli Wa s accented with gathered or- Lake. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Leah Cave of Ogden and the late Guy Cave. The Cave family formerly lived in Carroll and Wall Lake. chid tulle carnations. and cascading white * * * Donald Langbein, friend of the 2-Ball Foursome Sunday, July 21, At Country Club A two-ball foursome is scheduled for 3 p.m. Sunday. July 21, at the Carroll Cotfntry Club. Co-chairmen of the committee in charge of arrangements are Mr. and Mrs. Don White and Mr. and Mrs. Perry Knowlton. Other committee members are Mr. and Mrs. Milo Roberts of Coon Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. F An Dedrick. * .• * Reservations are to be made not later than'Saturday morning with any member of the committee. emony. The altar was decorated with two matching gold urn arrangements of white and orchid carnations. Altar boys were Rich- Dr. Blum gave his daughter in I bridegroom, was best man. Ush -lfcjetty tlCn marriage at the double ring cer- j « r » we ^ e , Ro * er , L f ng J rit L *J??\ k A ~ ~*i 4-~ °— - • 6 ! Jolm Goodenow, friends of the| .ly\Qff\QQ tO Linda Schroeder. niece of the; Harry West niece bride, was flower girl and Jesse ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) "Tht Litrlo Hut" CARROLL Wednesday One Night Only! Alfred Hitchcock's greatest suspense masterpiece! hud M Ita ml *Bartm *MMri« GEORGE SANDERS 3 'JUDITH ANDERSON J8 &B HITCHCOCK &8S&'i ?t&»aiinniii — Open 6:45 p. m. Shows at 7 and 9:15 p..m. 450 Good RIIMM Why Yo ^sffase1seVBi r9> Kiddie Matinee Wed. and Thurs. 2*00 p. m. "(Cartoon Karriival" St* All Your Paverlr* Cartoons in Ont Sis Shawl Open l;30 p. m, Evan Gantz, friend of the couple ring bearer. Mrs. Grill, aunt of the bride, wore an oyster white dress with pink accessories. Mrs. Prescott was attired in a pale blue lace dress with white accessories. Each had a pink gladioli corsage. Rex Raine, cousin of the bride, and Glenn Smith, cousin of the bridegroom, were ushers. • *, * A reception for 200 guests was held in the social rooms at the church following the ceremony. A four-tiered square wedding cake, decorated with roses and lilies and topped with a bride and groom, centered the bride's table. Tall white tapers in crystal holders completed the centerpiece. After the bride cut the first piece of cake, Mrs. Lula McKeen and Mrs. Don Tischer completed the cutting. Mrs. C. E. Lierman served punch and Miss Lillian Armstrong poured coffee. Ruth Dinges, friend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Alice Peterson of Alta and Bernadine Malone of Jolly, col lege friends of the bride, were in charge of the gift table. Pat Griffin, Norma Spurling and Mrs. Harvey Smidt served. * * * The bride, a graduate of Lake View High School, attended Buena Vista College for two years. The bridegroom attended Lake View High School and served in the armed forces for four years. He is employed as a mechanic at the Lake View Motors. The bride chose as her traveling costume a sheath dress of tur quoise and white check with small cape. The couple will make their home in the Johnson cottage at Denison Beach after August 1. Out-of-town guests attended from Estoria, Ore.; Conway, Kan.; White Bear Lake, Minn Bagley, Yale, Alta, Marshall, Des Moines, Schleswig, Denison. Wall Lake, Carroll, Audubon, Milford, Odebolt, Sac City and Deloit.* ard Blum, brother of the bride, | Blum, nephew of the bride, ring and Grant Stimson. j bearer. Linda wore a white dress * * * ; and carried a miniature orchid Mrs. Norbert Snyder, organist, tulle fan of white carnations with played Rossini's "Processional" matching satin showers. The ring and "Recessional." N o r e e n e; bearer wore a white suit. Gard and Helen Fitzpatrick,! * « * classmates of the bride, sang! For her daughter's wedding, "Ave Maria," "O Lord, I Am! Mrs. Blum chose a rose beige Not Worthy." "Blessed Be T h i s \ dress with white accessories. She Day" and "Mother at Thy Feet is j had a pink carnation corsage. The Kneeling." j bridegroom's mother wore a black The bride's gown was fashioned I and white dress, white accessor- of embroidered tulle over net lies and white carnation corsage, with overskirt appliqued In rose- point lace. Her illusion veil fell from a queen's crown of pearls. She carried a summer white nylon tulle fan centered with a detachable bridal corsage with radiating frenched white carnations. Smart All Year Printed Pattern Corrlne, Bonnie and Arthur Vogt have returned from a trip to Minnesota. They visited Mr, and Mrs. Norbert Masching and family at Hayfield; Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stangl and family at Claremont, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Vogt and son, Gary, at Spring Valley. HELD OVER! Thru Wednesday! For Buck Nite CARROLL OUTDOOR THtATRE Ends Wednesday Buck Nite! MARTHA HYER DARREN McGAVIN Never Before Hove We Offered Such a Picture for Buck Nite Load Up the Car All for $1.00 Open 7:15 p. m. SIZES 12-20: 40.41 Here's a wonderful PRINTED Pattern—you can »ew any season of the year! For summer, make this pretty dress with scoop neckline, brief sleeves. Come cool weather —there's a smart collar version, three-quarter sleeves'. Printed Pattern 9151: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18. 20; 40, 42. Size 16 takes S'yards 35-Inch. 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 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. STCE and STYLE NUMBER. One hundred guests attended a dinner in the parish hall. Decorations were in orchid and white. The wedding cak«> was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry. Dinner was served by Maurine Fischer, Judy Brotherton, Kaye Brotherton and Betty Gosch. Mary Joan Stammer and Barbara Kult, classmates of the bride, were at the gift table. Mrs. Francis Blum attended the guest book. * * • When Mr. and Mrs. Cave left on a week's northern trip, the bride wore a black dress with white trim and white accessories. They will live in Omaha. The bride was graduated from Wall Lake High School in 1954 and St. Anthony Hospital School of Nursing in 1957. The bridegroom is serving in the U.S. Air Force. Graduated from Wall Lake High School in 1954, he has been in the air corps for three years. Jons Family Meets For Reunion Picnic In Park at Arcadia BREDA—The Jons annual family reunion was held at the Arcadia park Sunday afternoon. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jons, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Andersen and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Witt and family, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Vic Jons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jons and family and Mrs. A. J. Mueller, Carroll: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brotherson, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jons and family and Mr. and Mrs. Orville No- biling, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moll and Bobby, Williamsburg; Mrs. Louise Jons, Mr. and Mrs. Art vHunziku and family, Mrs. Eleanor Oetjen, Elaine and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. John Lamaak and Daryl, Laurence Bentson and Arlys Mandernack, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs Donald McConnell, Nemaha; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schlutu and family, Breda; Ruth Schlutu, Denison. Mrs. Iona Jons and Merna and Mr. and Mrs. Junior Raymond and family, Bonesteel, S. D. Announced is the marriage of Betty Eich of We<t Branch, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. John Eich of Carroll, to Harry West; son of James West of West'Branch and the late Mrs. West. Wedding vows were taken June 22 in Thomas More chapel, Iowa City, with the Rev. Tt. Bordenkircher officiating. Attendants were the b r i d e's brother and sistor-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Eich of West Branch. * * » The bride wore a three-piece white suit with gold trim, white ac cessories and pink carnation cor sage. Her matron of honor wore a pink wool costumo and white car nation corsage. A wedding dinner and reception were held in the home of the bridegroom's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Vincent, at West Branch, with approximately 50 guests attending. The bride's colors, lavender and mint green, were used in the decorations. The table's centerpiece was a three tiered white cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. * '* * Mr. and Mrs. West, who went to Bemidji, Minn., on their wedding trip, are living at. 128% Oliphant Street, West Branch. The bride, a graduate of St. Angela Academy in Carroll, is employed at the East Side cafe in West Branch. Mr. West graduated from the West Branch schools. Ht is employed at Johnson's Hatcheries. Out-of-town wedding guests included Mr. and Mrs. John Bc-yen Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kokenge, Mr. and Mrs: John Eich and Marie Grossman, Carroll; Mrs. Joe Eich and Lena Eischeid, Halbur; Mrs. Bill Stevens, Templeton, and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin West, Cedar Rapids. The bride is a sister of Mrs. Boyer, Mrs. Kokenge and John Eich. MRS. ASHTON DIES DES MOINES (*l-Mrs. John P. Ashton, 49. wife of the president of Ashton Wholesale Service here, died Monday following a lengthy illness. She was the former Avanelle Pagelsen of Iowa Falls. Social Calendar Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mrs. Bay 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. % TVa-Tan-Ye Club plcnlcT Mrs.C R. Thomas' home. Thursday- Thimble Bee picnic breakfast, 9 a.m. Graham Park. Flower and Garden Club picnic, 6:30 p.m., Southside Park Royal Neighbors potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Gerhard Lanv mers' home. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Sunday— Two-ball foursome, 3 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Ahrendsens Entertain 170 On Anniversary (Ttnwt ReraM News Bervlec) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ahrendsen entertained 170 relatives and friends at the Legion Hall Sunday in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary which was July 15. The evening began with a program. Alice Ahrendsen played a piano solo "Always"; Karla Kusel played "College Song" on the flute. Mrs. Robert Gordon sang "Ah, Sweet Mystery of Life," especially dedicated to Mrs. Ahrendsen, and "Bless This House." A duet, "I'll Walk Beside You" was sung by Mrs. Gordon and Kay Babcock, both of Storm Lake; a record pantomime, "I Wish I Was a Car" by Janet Kuhl and Janice Ahrendsen; an accordion solo, "Du Du Ligst Mir Ihm Hersen" by Barry Kusel; and an original poem of the Ahrendsen's wedded life by Miss Babcock. Miss Babcock played "Memories," and Alice and Janice Ahrendsen appeared in the clothes their parents wore on their wedding day 25 years ago. • * * Cards were played after the program. In draw pitch Gladys Mahnke won the high prize and Elsie Polzin, low In pinochle, high went to Elda Barten and low to Ruth Ahrendsen Lunch was served later. Janice and Alice Ahrendsen poured coffee and Mrs. Ben Lampe cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Urban Schulte of Wall Lake made the five-tier wedding cake decorated in pink, white and silver. Centering a table laid with a silk and linen cloth, the cake was flanked with candelabra holding silver tapers and silver slippers, SCENIC OVERLOOK. . .The "backbone" which gives Backbone State Park its name provides a high vantage point where visitors may survey TROUT FOR STREAMS . , . Earl Hubbard, fish culturist at the Backbone Park trout hatchery, seines 12-inch.trout from a rearing pond. Fish are used to stock Iowa's trout streams. One of these is Spring Branch which provides trout fishing within the park boundaries. the rugged beauty of the area. Lake centet wai created by a high dam on the Maquoketa River, 'Backbone 1 Is BigAttraction In N.E. Iowa IOWA BECKONS—No. 19— WATERLOO W-When the people of northeast Iowa want to get back to nature, they head by the thousands for Backbone Park. There's plenty ot room, too, for any visitors to the area •Vho like to get away from the city. Varied Opportunities The park sprawlr over the hills along the Maquoketa River in Delaware County 44 miles southwest of Strawberry Point. It probably offers more varied outdoor recreational o p v p o r tunities than any similar area in the state. These varied facilities lured 267,181 people last year. On 'a busy day more than ''i.OOO may be expected to enter the area to fish for crappies, bass, catfish or trout, go boating on the beautiful Maquoketa River, tramp over the miles of rugged trails, to swim at one of the state's best beaches — or just be in the shade and loaf. There is a camping area for those who want to pitch their tents and rough it, there are 18 cabins for those who prefer a roof over their heads and the convenience of a gas stove and electric refrigerator. But to get a cabin you have to get reservations in early. They are already reserved well into August. Trout Hatchery One of the most interesting attractions for park visitors is the state trout hatchery, source of the rainbow, brown and brook trout that stock the state's trout streams. One of these is the Spring Branch in the park. About 150,000 trout are released annually in the state's cold water streams. There are 1,411 acres in the park proper, plus 187 acres in the adjacent Backbone forest reserve. Mrs. Cy Moore and daughters, 1 Mrs. Louis E, Anderson and Joan and Mary Beth, of Omaha are visiting Mrs. Moore's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Winnike, and family until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Moore and daughters vacationed in the BlacK Hills last week and spent Sunday in the home of his mother at Des Moines, attending a family gathering. Mrs. Mary Kramer returned to her home in Omaha Monday morning after spending two weeks with her sister, Mrs. M. J. Thelen. "Mrs. C. R. Thomas spent Monday in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Don White, son, Jerry, and daughter, Jan, spent Sunday with Mrs. White's parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Edwards, and family at Armstrong. Mrs. Eva Tlmberlake has gone to Gladbrook, where she is visiting her daughter and family. Mrs. Lawrence Fausch and daughter, Jean, of Allaman'were overnight visitors Monday in the home of Mrs. Fausch's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson. Jean Fausch will teach kindergarten next year in the Scranton public school. 'It XSLJ?.JT tjie lov^lv Hand Woven Baby Blankets and Child's Blankets from the looms of the "Three Weavers" ... . whisper-aoft and pretty as ajuilaby, in pastel colors. * 9 y prtfrfor^^ t0X th8t newbaby ' •• • • delightful aur. $5.95 to $14.95 with pink rose buds. A hand-crocheted cloth covered the gift table. In the center was an anniversary tree in pink and white, made by Mrs. Elmer Alwill. • * * Guests were present from Manning, Bancroft, Burt, Luvern, Pocahontas, Fonda, Carroll, Westside, Botna, Audubon and Storm Lake. Eunice Grau and Hugo A. Ahrendsen were married in Hutchinson, Kan., July 15, 1932. They are the parents of three children: Alice Jean, who will be a senior at Buena Vista College this fall; Janice Marie, a junior in the school of Nursing at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll; and Jon Sid ney, at home. YOUR VISION • continuing series of articles prapartd for newspapers at a public service . . . By DR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist Telescopic Spectacles Many years of virtual "blindness" ended for one man when ( he was fitted with a new type of telescopic spectacle. Vision cut down by disease years before, was restored so that reading was possible. . , Recent years have produced great improvement in special devjges to help the very "difficult" cases of faulty vision. Ordinary glasses cannot solve some of these problems of defective sight from birth, or as result of injury or disease. High magni- Crouse Cartage Co. carreli - Ph- ISM No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! ...... _„ .ui. mjuiy ur disease, rusn magnification den*es are necessary to provide a large enough Image for such .eyertev see. * " ,> . v^escopic spectacles are actually' Uttle telescopes which '< magnify up to 15 times. Vision which has been reduced to 10%* \ean*b* hejped miraculously In some cases. Optometric science, has designed,'new magnifying units which do a better job than ever before. ' • The glasses look thick and cumbersome, though mounted in plastic they do not actually weigh a great deal. But, appearance means little to the person who really wants to see. Whether or not such glasses will help a'person, depends upon the* true cause of the reduced vision. Some parts of the eye must still be good in order to take advantage of magnified image. Certain of the optical portions of the eye must oe clear and useful* Natural^ there must be no active disease present. « The patient himself is a vital factor in success of these* special visual aids. He must sincerely want to b,e helped, since long periods of adjustment may be necessary. The serious problem of these'corrections is that they restrict the size of the visual'field, give a tunnel-vjslon effect. Many times telescopic lenses are useful jpWy for reading. „ . If the person with sub-normal vision doesn't hope for tpo much, and if he is willing to undergo some inconvenience, his vision might be helped — provided of course hia visual defect will respond to such a correction. Copyright; 1938 Vision Conmvatfon InstltuU Sponsored for Public Information by tht Following Optomotrlitt 1 Dr. Rox W. Hinton Dr. O. M, O'Connor Dr. John E. Martin ;'^; r,, ." ;; '' 4k

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