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July 18, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Two Nuns Honored at Family Party Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Langenfeld antertained at a family dinner party in the Elks clubroom at 5 o'clock Wednesday evening, honoring Dr. Langenield's sister. Sr. M. Clarita of Decatur, 111., and his niece, Sr. M. Alexandria. Other guests were Dr. Langenfeld's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Cari Heese, of Earling, sister. Mrs. Mike Smith of Portsmouth, and members of the Langenfeld family including: Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf and children; Mr and Mrs. Felix Langenfeld and family, Mr. and Mrs. Omer Langenfeld and children; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Langenfeld and children; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nagl and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nagl and family. Mr. and Mrs. Heese are Sr. Alexandria's parents. * * • Sr. Clarita and Sr. Alexandria, who were visitors here Wednesday, left for Decatur Thursday morning. Dr. and Mrs. Langenfeld took them to Manilla, where they boarded a train. Thursday- Thimble Bee picnic breakfast, 9 a*m, Graham Park. Flower and Garden Club picnic, ! 6:30 p.m., Southslde Park I Royal Neighbors potluck dinner, I 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Gerhard Lam- mers' home. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country. Club, Sunday— , Two-ball foursome, 3 p.m., Carroll Country nub. PhyJIis Bruch Given Courtesy On Her Birthday Mrs. W. J. Schleisman Sr. gave a coffee' at her home Wednesday afternoon as a birthday courtesy for Phyllis Bruch. Other guests were Miss Bruch's mother, Mrs. Julian Bruch, Mrs. J. J. Witte, Beryl Witte, Mrs. Leonard Gute and Frieda Gehling. Miss Witte presided at the coffee service at a table covered with a pink cloth and centered with a blue floral arrangement. The hostess and guests presented Miss Bruch with gifts. Bridge-Mixer Saturday Night At Country Club A fortnightly bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 8 o'clock Saturday evening, July 20. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska' and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kratoska. Reservations are to be made by Thursday evening. Sorority Members Address Magazines The ritual of jewels chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority met at Mrs. Philip Peick's home Wednesday evening to address the cancer magazine, "New Horizons," for distribution over Carroll County. A social evening was combined ! with the work. Refreshments were I served to the group of 10 by Mrs. i Peick and her co-hostesses, Mrs. j Lawrence Wegman and Mrs. I Howard Hightshoe. Personals Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden of Carroll and Dorothy Vanderheiden of Auburn left Thursday to visit Mrs. Vanderheiden's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Cordell Jones, at Pierre, S. D. Returning Saturday, they will be accompanied by Mrs. Vanderheiden's son, Joseph, who has been with Mr. and Mrs. Jones for five weeks. Mm. Mayme Gleason attended ! the wedding of Lois Blum and j James Cave in St. Joseph's Church at Wall Lake Monday. Miss Linda Tway of Omaha ii coming Thursday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Doran Brogden and family. She is Mr. Brogden's niece. Bridge-Shower for Loraine Hess, A Bride-Elect Mrs. H. J. Olerich, Mrs. J. H. Bayliss and Mrt. Clem Rehker honored Loraine Hess at a bridge- shower in Mrs. Olerich's home Wednesday evening. Miss Hess will marry Kenneth Quinn of Lake View August 17 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Three tables of contract bridge and one table of canasta were played. * » * Mrs. Warren Bohnenkamp of Lake View scored for the top bridge prize and Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen, second high. Mrs. J. P. Meinhardt won the high score canasta prize. An out-of-town guest in addition to Mrs. Bohnenkamp was Mrs. Edward V. Quinn of Lake View, mother of the prospective bridegroom. * • * Lunch was served at the card tables which were decorated with bud vases of garden roses. The nut cups were in Miss Hess's colors of pink and white. Concluding the evening, t h e j bride-elect opened her miscellaneous shower gifts. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa | Thur«day, July 18, 1957 Dr. Ambrose Delaney returned to his home at LeMars Wednesday after visiting his sister and brother. Miss Katherine Delaney and John Delaney, and the Leo and Francis Clark families,. He came to attend funeral services for his cousin, Mrs. Mary Eiffler, at St. Joseph's Church Tuesday morning. James Thomsen, fieldman of the Carroll County Farm Bureau, returned to his office Thursday after a two-week, vacation during which he and Mrs. Thomsen and their two children, Jocelyn and Johnny, visited friends at Lake Preston, S. D.. saw the Gavins Point Dam - near Yankton, S. D., and stopped for a visit with friends in Emmetsburg on their way home. They returned to Carroll Friday. Mr. and Mrs. B." V. McKinney and son, Mark, of, Northridge, Calif., arrived Tuesday to visit Mrs. McKinney's parents. Dr. and Mrs. W. L. McConkie, for several days. They will spend the remainder of their vacation with Mr. McKinney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McKinney, at Basin, Wyo. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Eich and daughter. Kathy, accompanied by their niece. Joni Friedman of Columbus, Neb., drove to Missouri Valley Wednesday evening and met Jonil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Friedman and family, with whom she returned to Columbus. The two families had a picnic supper at Missouri Valley. Joni Friedman had spent two and one-half weeks with the Eichs. Now you can look fresh...young... alive! Give your skin tone the color lift it needs with The Liquid Make-Up Vlf Here is your glow, loveliest of all, and, oh, so naturally feminine! Revlon Touch-and-Glow' is a delicate touch, never caky or drying. This moisturizing liquid make-up is blended with 'Lanolite', to pamper skin, keep it dewy-fresh. So just 'Touch-and-Glow'! You've found the look you've heen looking for! Nobody knows you wear it but you! Now in 9 living thades.. IJ$ an d i .75. plut tu Faca powder to harmonize....... ,1,25, plui tu i Lehman 1 ! Drug Store Carroll, Iowa William Baleys of Manning Entertain Guests from 2 States <Ttm«« Hereld Ncwi Servlee) MANNING - Guests in the William Baley home for several days are two aunts, Mrs. Flora Bell of Sullivan. Mo. and Mrs. Ellen Spangler of Grant City, III.; also Mr. and Mrs. George Lockhart and Frances of Sullivan, Mo. Mrs. Hazel Davis, Mrs. Velder Arndt and Oliver McCoy of Mason City have been guests in the Henry Otto home. They came to attend the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Edna Coleman, July 15. Paul Grimm of Moline. 111., Is visiting relatives in this area. Mr. and Mrs. Billie Hargens are vacationing with relatives this week. They spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. Hargens' brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Crane, at Rock Rapids. They are also visiting in Mason City with Mr. and Mrs. Allen Billings, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Morris, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bohnsack and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schrum and Randy of Missouri Valley were Sunday guests in the W.C. Schrum home. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Case attended "Play Day" at Woodbine July 16. Guests in the John Schrum home on Saturday evening were Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Schrum, Mrs. Henry Brandau and children of Selinsgrove, Pa. Ruth Groteluschen of Evanston, 111., visited her mother, Mrs. Anna Groteluschen, in Audubon and with Manning relatives during the weekend. She returned home July 16. Mr. and Mrs. John Hudgens and family of Boone spent the past week in the J. L. Bingham home. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bingham and family of Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dietz spent Sunday in Buffalo Center with their son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Harley Feldick, and family. Herman Pfoltner is spending the week in Kansas City, visiting his sons. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Pfolt­ ner and Kim, Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Pfoltner. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schrum and daughters of Des Moines were AIR CONDITIONED COOL COfilFOKT Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. CARROll/fc/? faniiou, in mm LAST 3 DAY! Mr Sht'd kissed, until... „ 'lean SIMMONS Paul DOUGLAS Anthony FRANCIQSA to M4-M'i * in CINEMASCOPE UtUM-«UUU«<lUUttl Open 6:45 P. M. 1 ADDED JOY I New* & Cartoon Thursday . . 2 P. M. "Kartoon Karnival" For The Kick Open 1:30 P. M. NICE RECEPTION .... Joan Adams, 23, a receptionist, Is Nevada's choice to represent the state In the Miss Universe contest at Long Beach, Calif., July 18. Joan won over 13 other entrants and the reason could be (he statistics: 5 feet 7 Inches tall, 118 pounds, 3B-23-36. weekend guests of Manning relatives. Mrs. Joe Steen is visiting her brother. John Hagedorn, and family in Des Moines this week. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Henry Arp, who went on to visit relatives in Clinton. Paul Fee of Breda Home for Weekend (Times Hprald Xeiw Service) BREDA — Paul Fee, who is attending summer school at Creighton University, Omaha, spent the weekend with his parents here. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Bohnenkamp and sons of Spencer visited relatives here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Campbell and daughters of Omaha visited at the Joe Berning home Sunday. DR. BESSEY DIES EAST LANSING. Mich. W-Dr. Ernest A. Bessey, 80, a native of Ames, Iowa, who became an internationally-known botanist while associated with Michigan State University since 1910, died at his home here Wednesday. He was the son of Charles Edwin Bessey, and was a professor of botany at the University of Nebraska for a number of years before he went to Michigan State. St. Lawrence Unit Holds July Meeting The Confraternity of Christian Mothers of St. Lawrence Church and other women of the parish held their July meeting, preceded by a potluck dinner, in the parish hall Wednesday evening. Approximately 60 were seated Three Hostesses Give Supper Party forWa-Tan-Yans Carroll Wa-Tan-Ye Club members were entertained at a picnic supper at Mrs. C. R. Thomas's home Wednesday evening. M r s. Thomas's co-hostesses were Mrs. Louis E. Anderson and Mrs. Guy i w « won by Mrs. Harold Bierl at the dinner tables which were decorated with garden flowers. In charge of arrangements was the July Circle, headed by Mrs. E. H. Buchmann,' chairman, and Mrs. Robert Karine, co-chairman. * * * The Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes, pastor of the parish, addressed the group, discussing matters relative to the school. He introduced the Rev. Patrick Nooney, the new assistant. New members were introduced Maude Fritz On Committee For Iowa Picnic- Maude E. Fritz of Carroll and Long Beach, Calif., and. Ada Schlotterback of Co&n Rapids are serving on committees for the 52nd annual picnic of the Iowa Summer, Picnic Associations'of Long, Beach and Southern California, to be held August 17 at the Recreation Park, Long Beach. Miss Fritz Is a member of the advisory committee, chairman of which is Lon Peek of Waterloo. The Co6n Rapids woman is on tha membership committee. * * * Raridon. The buffet supper was served at picnic tables on the lawn. * * * Guests In addition to 17 members were Mrs. T. G. Ralph, Margaret Anderson, Mayme K1 o t h, Ella Jean Schwarzenbach and Sandra Popp. Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach, president, conducted a short business meeting. She reported that club members prepared and served 250 sandwiches at the annual clinic for crippled children under auspices of the State Services for Iowa's Gov. Herschel C. Love- by Mrs. L. R. Chapman, president less will nead the list of disting- of the confraternity. uis h ef j guests and will be the prin- * * * , cipal speaker. He will have the The remainder of the evening, su bject, "California! Here We was spent socially. A door prize j ^re!" Many other persons of eminence from Iowa and California are expected to be present. Registration will begin at 11 a.m. The next meeting will Wednesday night, August 21. be Roland Brothertons Of Astoria, Oregon, Wall Lake Visitors Illinois Couple Visits in Dedham (Time* Herald N«wi Service) DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Fred (Timed Herald .New* Servlee) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Roland Brotherton and family of .„ , „, . Astoria, Ore., arrived Saturday i Tlllmfl " , 0 / Waukegan. 111., the for a visit in the Howard Broth- i p - M- Matter and Kathryn erton and Lawrence Reising • Tillman of Map e.River and Mr. homes and with other relatives, j and Mrs. John Weill were Thurs. . „ , j day evening dinner guests in the _ ... . Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Vogel and;. ' m . w* ?,„ n «iK«^ Crippled Children at SS. Peter and ! Bobby of Terrill were Sunday aft- j Q „; Mr anQ Mrs< Uelbert Paul's School here July 10. j ernoon and supper guests in the Miss Lucile Buchanai displayed j Gene Vogel home. Von Bon. Mrs. George Stangl attended one of three layettes the club is presenting as gifts to deserving families. The next meeting will be a picnic supper Aug. 21 at the Graham Park shelterhouse. Hostesses will be Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, A i ! u u o J . .. tne funerals of two friends at Wil- A picnic was held Sunday at the : mf)nt Minn Maurice Johnson home in Odebolt in observance of the birthdays of Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Paul Schmitz, Ambrose Haubrick and Ronald Roderick went to Davenport Sunday to visit Mrs. Ann Roderick at PeTe Jensen. An - efSOn "* i' =rn ' ^ ^ W ^ ake Joan Breckenfelder and Virginia ] the Hospital there They were ac%Z r -^° S Vl e r *r/iri ^Panied as far as (frinnel. by Sioux City, Ireton, Storm Lake, 60 Attend |Si I ver Tea ; At Mrs. Jung's | The ways and means committee ; of the Ladies Aid Society, St. • Paul's Lutheran Church, enter- I tained at a silver tea in Mrs. Larry Jung's home Wednesday afternoon. Approximately 60 guests attended. Members of the committee, additional to Mrs. Jung, are Mrs. _ . Irving Bliss. Mrs. Norbert Kasper- j guest Frerichs sen and Mrs. A. A. Henning. * * * Presiding at the tea table were Mrs. Harold Kieck and Mrs. Albert Janssen. A silver epergne with pink and white daisies decorated the pink linen cloth. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wolterman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bruns and Scott Andersen of Arcadia spent Carol and Judy Rothmeyer. who spent the day with Carleen Rothmeyer and Sr. Regina. They all returned home Sunday night. Mrs. John Seidl entertained tha Sunday evening in the Wallace; Pinochle Club in her home Thurs. Bruns home at Storm Lake. jday. Mrs. Seidl won the high Mrs. Leah Cave of Ogden came! score prize and Mrs L. W. Chain Friday afternoon and was a guest in the Charles Langfritz home until Monday afternoon. She was a high bid. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. John Seidl Jr. and family were Sunday visitors in the supper guest Saturday in the Dr.! Leon Nees horn? at Ayrshire A. A. Blum home and a Sunday! Mrs. George Stangl attended the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Har- i funerals of two friends at Wilold Williams. j mont, Minn. Saturday she attend- Mary Margaret Frerichs re-, ed services for Mrs Nick Schmitt turned to her home at Newell aft- j at St. Killian Church and on Moner spending a few days with her 1 day, rites for Mis Mary Probst grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Au-1 at St. Killian Church. She returned home Tuesday. Mrs. LaVern Neu and Infant daughter, Sharon Kay, left Monday morning by plane for their home at Mt. View, California, after spending three weeks at the parental Peter Neu and Raymond Klocke homes in Templeton. They were accompanied by Mrs. Neu's sister, Pat Klocke, who will spend the remainder of the summer there. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Brincks and son, Tommy, will move this weekend from 518 West Ninth Street into the residence at 821 North Crawford Street. Jane Pendarvls of Council Bluffs, regional advisory nurse of j the State Department of Health, spent the day here Wednesday in conference with Mrs. Henry Pfiester, county public health nurse. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY BURT LANCASTER KIRK DOUGLAS 1, , <t *• 1 V HAL WALLIS' IF GUNFIGHT,;, O K CORRAL RHONDA FLEMING-JO VAN FLEET-JOHN IRELAND.^*.**snimo . StfMflptiy by LC0N URt$ • ttuw bm«ou< Con*** h OMW r *»l*<' * Hmmni HMm MifXX . TECHNICOLOR* ^ Showing at Regular Prlctt Adults 60c . . Childrtn Under 12 . . 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Frosty-Cool Summer Millinery A beautiful collection of summer millinery has just been received. Come see, come choose. LEAD THE FIELD IN PINE CLOTHING

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