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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 17, 1957
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Miss Florence Beverley returned to her home at Waterloo Tuesday after spending several days with her sister-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Beverly. , Mr. and Mrs. James Aiken came home Monday night from a 17-day eastern vacation trip. They went to Niagara Falls and from there into the New England States. They visited Mr. and Mrs. William Tan Creti and family at Hartland, Vt., spent several days at Cape Cod, Mass., and visited relatives of Mr. Aitken at Pawtucket, R. I., and New Haven, Conn. William Tan Creti is a brother of M. R. Tan Creti of Carroll. On the way home, Mr. and Mrs. Aitken were delayed for two days in Chicago and Joliet, 111., because of the floods. Mr. and Mrs, Nick Lymperig and daughter, Deborah Ann, of Chicago were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nellesen Monday. They left Tuesday on a western vacation trip. Mr. Nellesen and Mr. Lymperis were in military service together. Mrs. M. H. Fitzgerald of Janesville, Wis., arrived Wednesday morning for a short visit with her mother, Mrs. Frank Beiter, who will accompany Mrs. Fitzgerald back to spend a few weeks with the family at their summer home nine miles out of Janesville. Mr. and Mrs. John Ragaller, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Happe and Mr. and Mrs. John Carlin are vacationing at Lake Big Fish, Minn, this week. JOHNNY MATUSKA Bohemian Band FOR YOUR DANCING PLEASURE at LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA THURSDAY, JULY 18 Admission: $1.00 Per Person (Tax Inel.) 110 at Picnic Of Templefon Court, CD.A. Special guests at a picnic supper of Templeton Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, Tuesday evening were the Rev. Walter Bruch of Templeton and Mrs R. M. Moehn of Carroll, district deputy. The event, attended by approximately 110, was held in the new shellerhouse at Graham Park here. * * * Supper was followed by community singing and story telling, with the playing of "Truth or Consequences" as the finale. Refreshments v/ere provided by the Pepsi-Cola company during the evening. Entertainment was in charge of Mrs. Raphael Knobbe, grand regent of the court. iD. C. Contract Club Meets at Hotel for I Luncheon and Bridge j Members of the D. C. Contract , Club met in the dining room of Hotel Burke for a 1 o'clock no- hostessyluncheon, followed by contract bridge. Tuesday afternoon. j Mrs. E. N. Neu was table host| ess. | Winner of the high score prize I was Mrs. E. J. Kratoska and second high, Mrs. M. J. Kelly. 1 At a similar meeting in two weeks, Mrs, G. Smith Thomas will be the table hostess. Times Herald, Carroll, lows Wednesday, July ,17, 1957 Just 3 Big Days Left! July 18-19-20 spunSeons THE Rl MT^ STORE JULY CLEARANCE SUMMER DRESS CLEARANCE! OUR ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED FOR THIS EVENT! GROUP I $3.98 $5.98 $8.98 VALUES VALUES VALUES GROUP II $2.79 $3.98 $5.98 VALUES VALUES VALUES $300 $400 $500 I $244 $355 $533 BLOUSES BLOUSES BLOUSES T 88c Sleeveless, many style* . and colors. , Regular $1.00 Values Lingerie Specials PLISSE OR BROAD SLIPS $1 .44 Shadow Panel Throw Rugs Viseos* Tweeds 100% Washablo _$1.66 24x42 _$2,66 24x60__ __J3.44 30x60. —$4.44 PEPPERELL Sheets & Cases 81x99 Each_.„ 81x108 Each,.. $1.88 $2.09 Pillow Cases 42x36 Each... 44c All First Qmllty CANNON Towel Specials 59c Values 2 f „ 99c 88c $155 $1.00 Value $1.98 Value COHN HALL MARX Crease Resistant Cottons 77c Yard Other Polished Cottons Yard Cotton Skirts SPECIAL PURCHASE Cotton Striped or Print Evtrglaze. $2.97 Regular $3.98 Valut Children's Missos, Women's Spring Coats, Suits, Toppers Now 1 Price OR LOWER Boys' Sport Shirts SHORT SLEEVE 88c $1.17 $1.27 $1.00 Vsluei.„ $1.29 to $1.49 Values $1.59 to $1.69 Values OUR. ENTIRE STOCK 80 Square Print Yards BOTH PRINTS SOLID COLORS Ready-Made Draperies Solid Color Boucle Pull flinch Length $3.98 Pair 5 Beautiful Colore Reg. 15 91 Value FAMOUS Avondole Sports Denims 59c Yard STRIPES — SOLIDS Valuti to 79e Yard OUR ENTIRE STOCK Better Blouses $1.98 Values $1.55 $2.98 Values.™ $2.39 All Styles Included Hosiery Specials FIRST QUALITY NYLONS 88c Pelr Six Popular Numbers 98c Values SHORTIE Anklet Pairs $1.00 MORPUL TRIPLE ROLL Anklet 44c All 49c Values LADIES' ' Dungarees Slim-Jims $1.98 Values $1.77 $2.98 Values.^.. $2.67 Blue Denim and 5 Colors BEBBe^BEEBBSBBEEBEEEBB FULL SIZE Chenille Spreads $4.33 FOAM RUBBER Pillows $388 Rtoutar |4,f$ Valuot IRON BOARD SET. Knit Pod and Silecone Cover $1 .00 Reo. $1.49 Value Silecone Covers 59c 9 t *r $1.00 Half-Size Duo Pjinted Pattern 9191 UVj -24'A Easy-sew pleats — a slimming ltne for the half-size figure! Make this pretty dress with our PRINT- ed Pattern — Its perfect for sunning. Add the little Jacket for a "go everywhere" outfit! Printed Pattern 9191: Half Sizes 14'4, 1<5>4, I8V3, 20H. 22'i. 24V4. Size 16dress taj<es 3% yards 35- Inch fabric; Jacket, 1% yards. 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 lo Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, AITORESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Lake View Couple Takes Wedding Vows At Colorado Springs (lime* Herald Nenw Servlee) LAKE VIEW - Mrs. Wanda McCulla and Ray Huisenga of Lake View were married July 8 at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Huisenga of Colorado Springs were the attendants. Mrs. Huisenga Is vocal music instructor in the local school and Mr. Huisenga is employed by the Hanson Silo Company. They will live in the E. P. Hackbarth cottage. Robert Schaefers Honored at Family Picnic During Visit A family picnic at the Southside Park Sunday evening honored Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer and family of Denver, Colo., who are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Schaefer of Breda and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kanne of Carroll. Participants were Mrs. Schaefer's relatives: Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kanne, Mr. and Mrs. James Kanne and family, Mr, and Mrs. Harold Blerl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pudenz and family. AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFOXT Thurs. - Fri. - Sot. CARROLI CARROU , m. mm LAST 3 DAYS Two Hostesses Entertain For Miss Joan Stangl Joan Stangl, bride-elect of Don Nehman of Lytton, , was complimented at a 7 o'clock buffet supper given by Miss Helen Finegan and Mrs. Vernon Wenck at Miss Finegan's home Tuesday evening. Centering the buffet table was a low arrangement of blue net in front of a Madonna, which was surrounded by white gladioli, snapdragons, cosmos and blue and white bachelor buttons. One room bouquet consisted of gladioli and the other, red roses with baby breath. * $ * Supper was served at tables for four, each centered with a crystal vase filled with blue and white bachelor buttons. Tiny white wedding bells adorned the blue and white nut cups. Later in the evening, the guests made a scrapbook, "This is Yourj Life," for the bride-elect. Prizes were won by Mrs. Louis J. Stork of Breda and Mrs. O. M. O'Connor. * * f* Out-of-town guests in addition to Mrs. Stork were Mrs. Paul Mur- rane and Mrs, Richard Skalla of Scranton. The evening was completed with a linen shower for Miss Stangl. Among the gifts was one received from Mrs. J. R. Schaaf of El Segundo, Calif., the former Shannon Sullivan of Canroll. Miss Stangl read to the group the note accompanying the gift. * * * Miss Stangl and Mr. Nehman will be married at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here August 10. Social Calendar 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 breakfast, 9 a.m. Graham Park. Flower and Garden Club picnic, 6:30 p1rft> Southside Park. Royal Neighbors potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Gerhard Lammers' home. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Sunday— Two-ball foursome, 3 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Name Committees of Legion Auxiliary Unit Mrs. Henkenius Hostess to Club Mrs. Ray Henkenius entertained L. or L. Club members at the July meeting in her home Tuesday night. * * * After the business session, canasta was the pastime. Mrs. Henkenius' son, Ronnie, played several selections on his electric organ. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Ray Nellesen, secretary. The high score prize at the card tables was won by< Mrs. Wayne Farrell and low, Mrs. Frank Wegner. Mrs. D. V. Dyer, the only guest outside of the group, was presented with a gift by her hostess. * * * Mrs. Henkenius served cold drinks during the games and dessert and coffee later. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ted Schulz Sr. Aug. 20. Harold Bierls Entertain For Guests from Denver Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bierl entertained relative? at their home Monday, honoring Mrs. Bierl's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schaefer of Denver, Colo, The evening was spent informally and lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs, Otto WUtkopp returned Tuesday from a vacation trip of two weeks to Northern Wisconsin and the Upper Peninsula of Michigan during which they attended the tfonual summer session of the President's Club of the Aid Association for Lutherans at the Grand Hotel, Mackinac Island, Mich, On their return trip they visited relatives in Peshtigo, Plymouth, and Ocomomowoc, Wis. During their absence their sons, Ricky and Roger, stayed with Mrs. Wittkopp's mother, Mrs. Marie Specht, and Mr. Wittkopp's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Wittkopp, at Marcus. All • returned to Carroll Tuesday, Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, president of the Carroll unit, American Legion Auxiliary, announced standing, committees for the coming year at the group's July meeting, combined with a picnic supper, at the Southside j Park shelterhouse Tuesday evening. Committee chairmen are: Gold Star, Mrs. Sherman Page and Mrs. Lewis Voyles; Americanism, Mrs. John E. Martin; poppy, Mrs. Clarence McGrane and Mrs. Miles Hedges; rehabilitation, Agnes Kerwin; child welfare, Mrs. William C. Frank, education, Mrs. F. C Beverley: membership, Mrs. Miles Hedges, secretary, and Mrs. Anna B. Harrington, treasurer; publicity and radio, Mrs. Cochran; community service, Mrs. M. L. Collison; Girls State, Mrs. Herschel Tryon; legislation, Mrs. Vincent Stangl; juniors, Mrs. James Phillips; music, Mrs. C. A. White, national security, Mrs. G. A. Minnich Jr.; Pan American, Mrs. Roland C. Morrison; parliamentarian, Mrs- J. A. Heider; graves registration, Mrs. McGrane; and civil • defense, Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg. Popular Trio Small dollies to use as dresser and buffet sets, pretty "refreshers" for tables! Graceful medallions form the centers—Joined together In 3 popular shapes! Pattern 7131: Crochet directions square 10 V4 Inches, round 8 Inches, oval 9x16—in No. 50 cotton. Send THIRTY-FIVE CENTS In coins for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to'Daily Times Herald, 235 Household' Arts Dept., P. O. Box 168. Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N, Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE, AND PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers—two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1957! Plus a wonderful variety of design to order—crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 25 cents tor your copy of this exciting NEW needle book—now! Officers for the ensuing year were installed by Mrs. Martin Tonn, past president. Mrs. Arnold Witt was sergeant-at-arms. In addition to Mrs. Cochran, president, officers inducted were: Mrs. ^Hedges, secretary; Mrs. Harrington, treasurer; Miss Sadie Stevens, historian; Mrs. Witt, sergeant-at-arms; and Mrs. T.J. Kerwin, chaplain. * • • Delegates appointed to attend the Iowa Department convention at Hotel! Fort De3 Moines, Des Moines, July 24, 25 and 26 are Mrs. McGrane, Mrs. White, Mrs. Harrington, Mrs. Cochran and Mrs. Frank. * * • Attending as guests were Rita Morrissey, "Miss Carroll 1957," and Madeline White, who gave the evening's program. Miss White spoke on "The Heritage of Our Country." * * * In charge of arrangements for the 6:30 potluck supper were Mrs. Fred Julich Sr. and Mrs. Cochran. The next meeting will be Auguest 20 in the American Legion hall. r ,iM " Descendants of Frank Schwallers Meet for a Picnic (Time* Herald New* Servlee) DEDHAM — A large group of relatives gathered Sunday at Graham Park in Carroll .for" a picnic dinner. Attending from Dedham were Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lewis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Klocke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Willenborg and family. Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Jennings and family. Others in the group were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwaller, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Roderick, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lagouri and children. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Parks and children and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Fisher and family. * * * Other participants were Mr. and Mrs. Danny Millard and family, Des Moines; Mr, and Mrs. Pete Kuhl, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Philip Thein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thein and Scott, Margaret Liewer. Mr. and Mrs. William Schreck, ("Mary Boje, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Schreck and son, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schreck and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Nagl and daughter, Mt. Carmel; Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Ault, Dallas; and Mr. and, Mrs. Leonard Risselman, Halbur. All in this group except the Ktihls and Miss Liewer are descendants of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwaller, formerly of Dedham. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall visited their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Lerdall, and. family at Mankato, Minn., over the weekend. They took their granddaughter, Terry Lerdall, home after she had spent six weeks wjth them. White Clover Day of Amvets Auxiliary Aug. 23 Friday, August 23, will be White Clover day of the Carroll Amvets Auxiliary, The date was set at a picnic meeting, of the unit at the Northwest Park Tuesday evening. Mrs. Clair Roetker. is general chairman of White Clover day. Mrs. Arlo Ranniger and Leona Heue are publicity chairmen. * * The meeting was preceded by a potluck picnic supper. Hostess was Leona Heue and co-hostess, Mrs. W. A. Heue. Door prizes were won by Mrs* Ranniger and Mrs. Frederick P. Culbertson. * * • The next meeting, will be Aug. 20 at the Amvets clubrooms. Mrs, Heue will be the hostess and Alvira Hamers, co-hostess. St. John's League Elects Its. Officers St. John's Luther League of Grant Township elected officers at a meeting Monday evening. Elected were: Vernon Peters, president: Larry Heuton, vice- president; Ray Peters, secretary; Shirley Gross, treasurer; and Marlene Prill, reporter. * * • An Ice cream social will be held August 4, serving to begin at 5 p.m. Following the meeting, Judy and Joy Stuhr served refreshments. * * • At the next meeting, August 29, Donna Rabb and Lanice Topp will be hostesses. Marine Now Air Speed King NEW YORK ^P-A freckle-faced Marine major 'who has "a lot of fun flying" is the nation 's new ; transcontinental speed king. | Maj. John Glenn Jr., Washing| ton, D.C. shot across the country ! in a Navy jet plane Tuesday in j a record-breaking ft hours, 23 min- ! utes and 6.4 seconds. "Everything. was as smooth as silk," he said. Glenn, 3b, a red-haired combat veteran with a boxer's build, hit a top speed of over 1,000 m.p.h. Don't Feel Speed "Flying at 1,000 miles an hour you don't feel speed as much as you do driving 70 miles an hour on the highway ' he said. "Speed is just something you read on the dials." Glenn jockeyed his swept-wing F8U1 Chance-Vought Crusader at an average unofficial speed of 726 m.p.h., faster than the speed of sound. He covered 2,460 miles on the flight from Los Alamitos, Calif., Naval Air Station to Brooklyn's Floyd Bennett Field. The old cross-country record was 3 hours, 44 minutes and 53.88 seconds set by an Air Force pilot last March. Glenn, a former New Concord, Ohio, resident, ie a veteran of World War II and the Korean War. He has three Distinguished Flying Crosses and 17 Air Medals. He said he would like to try the transcontinental flight "all over again tomorrow." 'Real Kick* "It 's a real kick," he said, "Anybody would like to try something like this." 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