Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 22, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, July 22, 1957
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Verena Eischeid Is Recipient of A Bridal Shower Verena Eischeid of Carroll, bride-elect of Romen Wittrock of Halbur, was'honored at a miscellaneous shower in Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Eischeid'? home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Duane Bueltel and Mrs. Melvin Bauer, sisters of the bride-elect, assisted Mrs. Eischeid. The afternoon was spent playing games, including bunco. Prizes were won by Miss Eischeid, Mrs.- Albert Eischeid. Mrs. Walter Nees and Adella Hoffman. * • * The group of I? guests included Mrs. Albert Eischeid, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Rose Wittrock, mother of the prospective bridegroom. After the gifts were opened, a two-course lunch was served. The gift table, decorated in Miss Eischeid's colors of aqua, yellow and white, was centered with a bride doll. The wedding will take place at 8:30 Thursday morning, August 1, at Holy Angels Church in Roselle. Bridge-Mixer At Country Club Attended by 16 Four tables of contract bridge were played at a bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members at the clubhouse Saturday night. Winners of high score prizes were Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McMahon; second high, Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus, and low, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Matt, Dessert and coffee were served after the games. * * * Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska and Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Kratoska. At a similar party Saturday night, August 3, hosts will be Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall and Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oxenford. Picnic Honors Eastern Relatives Mr, and Mrs. Henry Hites of Sagerstown, Pa., and their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Fry of Fort Clinton, Ohio, were honored at a family picnic at Graham Park Sunday. Mrs. Hites is a niece of Mrs. Arthur Sharp and Mrs. Eugene Motter. The picnickers included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Goodwin, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goodwin and family, Bernadine Goodwin, Frank Schroer, Mrs. Rose Berger and Kenneth Goodwin, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Thorn and family, Mrs. Will Goodwin and granddaughter, Barbara Hart, Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Sharp and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kunecke. The easterners, who had been here since Thursday, left for their homes Monday morning. Sandra Langenfeld's Wedding Banns Told At Carroll Church Banns of the approaching marriage of Sandra Sue Langenfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Langenfeld of Carroll, and James Ulveling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Ulveling of Breda, were called for the first time Sunday at the St. Lawrence Church, where the wedding will take place August 10. Vlmei Heralct, Carreft, lews! Monday, July 22, 1957 "Howdy Pardner"! Mrs. H. C. Gotch returned Sunday from Mitchell. S. D., where she had. visited Mrs. E. W. Jones since Wednesday. Mrs. L. L. Treloar of Santa Barbara, Calif* who was also a guest of Mrs. Jones, accompanied Mrs. Gotch home for ajewjdays' visit. AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFORT <niiRoit,in mm • Ends Tuesday • Burt Lancaster-Kirk Douglas Open 6:45 p. m. CARROLL OUTDOOR rutArue - Ends Tuesday - BOt HOPS in 'The Iron Petticoat" Open p. nv Plbt Show »t DMikl Just like a cowboy on TV! This rootln' tootin' Western doll has his lasso ready to captivate a youngster! Easily made from a man's size 12 sock; gay srraps! Pattern 7075: Pattern of 12-lnch doll and clothes; transfer of face. Send (Thlrty-flr* cents (coins) for this pattern—add .^ cents for each pattern for Isl-class mailing. Send to Dallv Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 1«8, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, AD. DRESS, ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Bonk for 19871 Plus a variety of designs to order — crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, toys, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for your copy of this needlecraft book —now! Omahans Are Guests of Mrs. Rettenmaier Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier *nter- tained five Omaha friends at a 1 o'clock luncheon in her home Saturday afternoon. The guests, who were Mildred Kinsley. Frances Krumweig, Elsie Richardson, Daisy Christensen and Bernlce Nelson, are employed in the offices of Mutual of Omaha, where Mrs. Rettenmaier was also employed before her marriage. Lorry Meyer of Washta to Teach In Lake City School (Ttm«i Herald Nrws Service) LAKE CITY - Larry Meyer of Washta, has signed a contract to teach junior high science and senior high biology in the Lake City schools the coming year, according to Supt. Donald Henderson. Meyer received his B.S. degree from State Teachers College at Wayne, Neb. TO CONVENTION (limes Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Paul W. Mack of Lake City will attend the fourth annual campus convention of the Valparaiso Advisory Council of Valparaiso University at Valparaiso, Ind., July 19-21 as a representative of the congregation of Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lake City. Mr. Mack is also the district representative for Valparaiso University of Iowa District West, Lutheran Laymen's League, Lutheran Church, Missouri-Synod. Mr. and Mrs. Mack and their family plan to leave early Friday morning. JVJuiieii ^gwear Cottontails* Sixes Sixes 8-9 95 C Bunny toftl Oh,so absorbent I Comfortable to woarl 100% pur* cotton knit, Nylon roln- forced Ugbond* keep their shape forever. N A IWOHT AIIRAY OF SOLID COIOH WATERS 5th St. Dept. Store Mrs. Coilison Entertains For Her Daughters Mrs. M, L. Coilison honored her daughters, Mrs James Allen of Marion, Ala., and Carol Coilison, at a coffee for "20 guests at the Brown Derby Saturday afternoon. The table's centerpiece of roses and gladioli was complemented with pink candles in silver candelabra. Mrs. B. J. Madigan was at the coffee service. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. Don Powers of Rockwell City. * * * Mrs. Coilison presented each of her daughters with a gift. Carol Coilison, who is home for the summer vacation, will teach at Pomona, Calif., this year. Mrs. Allen is the former Alice Coilison. Courtesy for New York Guest Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers j entertained a few friends at their; farm home southwest of Carroll j Saturday evening. Honored was j Miss Louise Anderson of New; York City, who was the weekend guest of Mrs. John Clements and! Mr. and Mrs. George Holland. j Mr. and Mrs Rogers showed; colored slides of their eastern trip ihis summer. * • * Dessert and coftee were served at the dining table, which was decorated with a centerpiece of garden roses. MisR Anderson was presented with a gift by her host and hostess. Social Calendar Tuesday- Women's city golf tournament, Carroll Country Club. Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Methodist Young Adult class picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Saturday- Teen-agers dance. Carroll Country Club. Newcomers Club potiuck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. Country Club Bridge-Luncheon Thursday, July 25 An afternoon party for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the cloubhouse Thursday, July 25. Luncheon at one o'clock will be followed by contract bridge. Mrs. F. A. Dedrick is chairman of the hostess committee which includes Mrs. J. G. Donovan, Mrs. B. J. Leahy, Mrs. Verdis Hansen, Mrs. Gene Hagen, Mrs. James Waters, Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman and Mrs. Howard Mohler. Reservations are to be made by Wednesday noon. CARROLL MAN STARS IN SUI PRODUCTION . . . For Talking Back to hit "Mum," Albert Herring (Wade Raridon, Carroll) receives humiliating punishment witnessed by the village children in this scene from the Stale University of Iowa summer opera. Waller Jessup, Iowa City, Margery Ryan, Clinton, and Sandra Fisher, Iowa City have roles as children. The stick- wielding mother Is Betty Rusbult, Williamsburg. The scene is from "Albert Herring." three-act comic opera which will be presented at 8 p.m. July 23, 24, 26 and 27 in Macbride Auditorium. (SUI Photo) F. B. Valentines Are Vacationing in Clovis, New Mexico (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Valentine are vacationing in Clovis, N. M., with their son, Roland Valentine, and son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. Howard Johnston and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Derner took Mrs. Lyle Eich and sons to Council Bluffs Friday, following a short visit here. Steven Eich had been visiting his grandparents for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dethlefs and family attended a picnic at the Ted Axland home in Irwin on Sunday evening. Mrs. Dethlefs and daughters returned home on Monday. Additional guests at the picnic were Mrs. Dean Drake and Rodney of Ames and Mrs. Josephine Brown of Irwin. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Kellogg and Karen of Ames were Saturday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Kellogg's brother, Merlin 1 Beese, and family. Carolyn and Patricia Beese returned with them for a two-week vacation with Ames relatives. Mrs. Dewey Voss of Fort Dodge and Hilda Dethlefs of Sioux City visited Manning relatives Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Barnes and family of Denison, Mr. and Mrs. George Dethlefs were Friday* picnic supper guests in the Kenneth Dethlefs home. Mr. and Mrs. Grover Bartels, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus McMahon attended a Kelting family picnic and reunion at Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Dethlefs have returned from a short vacation in South Dakota, Montana and Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofvander and Charles of Chicago came Monday to visit her mother, Mrs. Anna Hinz, and other relatives. Monday evening guests in the home of Mrs. Him were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hinz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Heuton and Steve, Mr. and Mrs; Virgil Genien and Dar lene. Legion Auxiliary At Breda Holds Its Annual Picnic (Timet Herald New. Service) BREDA — The Breda unit. American Legion Auxiliary, held their annual picnic at Memorial Park Tuesday evening. Supper was served. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Boes returned Tuesday frcm their wedding trip. Mr. and Mrs. James Piatt and family of Early visited at the Leo Heinrichs home Sunday. Personal Paragraphs It's too bad that people have to move away from it before they start bragging about their home town. Very, Very Easy! Printed Pattern Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Llewer I and family spent Sunday with the Rev. Louis Greving at West Bend and visited the Grotto of the Redemption. Tommy Dolezal, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal returned I home Sunday from Camp Foley, {Pine River, Minn., where he spent j a month. Tommy's father a n d \ 'brother, Freddy, accompanied by ! Bob Crabtree. drove to Pine River to bring -him back. Edward Bauerlc of Gladbrook spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bauene. He came to attend the Bauerle family reunion Sunday. Cleo Kaiser of Paullina arrived Saturday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Stone and family. Another guest of the Stone family Sunday was Roberta Brown of Irwin. Miss Kaiser and Miss Brown, who are members of the Carroll Public School faculty, have just completed summer school sessions. Miss Kaiser attended West- mar College at Le,Mars and Miss Brown, the University of Colorado at Boulder. Dedicate Painting As Memorial For Patrick McCaulley (Time* Herald New*' Service) LAKE CITY - At a special ceremony during the Sunday evening service of the First Baptist Church here July ' 14, a large painting back of the baptistry was unveiled and dedicated as a memorial to the late .Patrick McCaulley, son. of Mr. and Mrs. Albert McCaulley The painting, a river scene, is the work of Mrs. Julius Friedel. Dolores Henning returned Monday afternoon to Chicago, after being here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bryce J. Henning, following her return from a European tour June 20. Mrs. Don Happe Given Courtesy Mrs. James F. Duncan gave a coffee at her home Saturday afternoon, as a courtesy for her daughter. Mrs. Don Happe of Sioux City, who was here for the weekend. Other guests were Mrs. Ray Chapman of Thornwood, N. Y., Mrs. Leon Schleisman, Mrs. Lester Perschau, Mrs. Earl Schrad and Mrs. John J. Heider. The group was seated around the dining table which was centered with a bouquet of garden roses. Mr. and Mrs. Playford Thomas of St. Petersburg, Fla., who are spending the summer at Gunnison, Colo., arrived Sunday for aj few days' visit with Carroll friends. Mrs. Thomas is the former Mrs. George L. (Gertrude) Miller of Carroll. Mrs. John Porter returned Sunday night from a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Hopkins, at New York City. Beginner at sewing? Try this Printed Pattern! It's a cinch to make—and It'i so flattering to every figure! That "prlnce»s' r sil- hnuette, square neckline make It perfect, for hot weather — fabrics casual, dressy! Printed Pattern 9011: Misses' Sizes 12, 14, 16, 18, 30. Size 18 requires 3% yards 39-inch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easy, fast, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 6 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 3B Pattern Dept., 233 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAMK, ADD BESS with ZONK, SIZE and STSU.E NUM- BKIt. Mr. and Mrs. Don Happe and children, Robert, Jack, Charles, Mary Claire and Paula, of Sioux City, were here for a weekend visit with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W Happe and Mr. and Mrs. James F Duncan. They were accompanied back by their children, Patricia and Tom, who had been here for two weeks. Jack stayed to spend two weeks at the Duncan and Happe homes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eulberg and children, David, Diane and Douglas, accompanied by Mr. Eulberg's parents. Mr. and Mrs, H. J. Eulberg of Garnavillo, re turned Saturday evening after vacationing near Evergreen, Colo., for a week. Their side trips took them to Mt. Evans, Central City, Look Out Mountain and the Den ver zoo and museum. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Eulberg returned to Garnavillo Sunday. Ture William Schoultz of San Gabriel, Calif., arrived Friday night for a visit of three weeks with his grandmother Mrs. Marga- j ret Bowie in Carroll and is uncle! and aunt Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds! Thomas and family in Ft. Dodge. Ture William is a son of Mrs. T. W. Schoultz of San Gabriel, the former Bernice Bowie. I Bill Quinn relumed to Honolulu, Hawaii, Sunday after spending a three-week vacation with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. D. W. Quinn, and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Quinn, and family. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Quinn and Robert Quinn took him to Omaha, where he boarded a plane. Joleen Schon, receptionist at the Carroll Chiropractic Clinic, return- j ed to the office Monday after a week's vacation. She visited Jane Heese at Early until Thursday and spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schon. Alleen Murphy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Murphy, returned Sunday from a week's visit with her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Dale Redig, and family in Des Moines. Dr. and Mrs. Redig and children, who brought Aileen home, spent the day with the Murphy family. ARCADIA FIREMEN'S BENEFIT DANCE TUESDAY, JULY 23 HANK WINDER And His Orchestra ot the BALLROOM Admission $1.00 Ptr Person (Tax Included) Mr. and Mrs. Otto Voss and sons, Paul and Fred, of Grand Prairie, Tex., and Mrs. Martha Odom of Fort Worth, Tex., arrived Saturday for a week s visit with the Rev. and Mrs. George J. Gundel of Grant Township. Other dinner guests of the Rev. and Mrs. Gundel Sunday were their son, S-Sgt. Bernard G Gundel of the Sioux City Air Base, their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don Thede, of Des Moines, and Airman 2c Don Longevan of Sioux City. Mot-el of- Lake City Changes Ownership (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY -Mrs. Frank Johnson of Lake City has sold the 'J' Motel here to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gourley of Corwith, who will take possession August I. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Connors and family Sunday were Mrs. Connors' brother, Hugh Duffy of Whittemore. her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Al Montag, and Mr and Mrs. Marvin Laubenthal, Mr. and Mrs., Mark Montag and Mr. and Mrs. I Marvin Montag, with their famil ies, all of West Bend. Mr. and Mrs. William Cover, son. Larry, and daughters, Kay and Lana, accompanied by Mrs. Cover's mother, Mrs. Leon Mein, returned Sunday evening from Girard, Kan., where they visited relatives and attended the wedding of Mrs. Cover's cousin, Joan Viets. They were also at Lake of the Ozarks for a day. Mrs. Mein and Larry Cover, who spent two weeks at Girard. were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Cover and daughters for the second week. Bauerle Clan Holds Reunion; Sixty. Attend Approximately 80 members of the Bauerle family held a reunion at the Graham Park shelter- house here Sunday. A potiuck dinner was served at noon. Relatives attended from Sioux Falls, S. D.; , Gladbrook, Harlan, Fort Dodge, Sac City, Manning, Westside and Cat roll, * * * The family formed an organization and named Mrs. Carl Bauerle of Carroll, chairman; Vic Jons of Carroll, co-chairman; and Merwin Bauerle of Gladbrook, secretary- treasurer for the coming year. The clan plans to hold its next yearly gathering in September, 1958. Donna Shannon Is Guest of Des Moines Family at Clear Lake (Times Herald News Servlee) AUBURN — Donna Shannon i9 spending this week at Clear Lake as a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Koepsel and children of Dea Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Knobbe and family of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Glass and son of Arcadia, Art Derner, Elma and Bill of Breda, and Mr. and Mrs Walter Ratigan were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ratigan. Mr. and Mrs. harlan Halstrom of Primghar were guests of honor at a reception Friday evening in the Auburn Community Building. Mrs. Emil Fetsch was hostess Thursday morning at the regular meeting of the Lake City Garden j Club. Twenty one members re' sponded to roll call, "Your Favorite Mulch." The program was entitled "To Weed or Not to Weed." Lunch was served. The next meeting will be with Mrs. D. R. Van Horn of Lake City. It will be a picnic at her cottage at Black Hawk Lake July 25. Mrs. William Richardson was hostess to members of her bridge club. Contract bridge was played at two tables. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Wernimont, Mrs. Everett Garnatz and Mrs. W. J. Hensel. The hostess served refreshments. Mrs. George Wernimont spent Wednesday and Thursday in Oma! ha. She attended funeral services for Mrs. Emma Moore Thursday. ! Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McCoy and ' family, and their guests, Mrs. Carlie Moore ana Mrs. I. G. Avery and children of Norwich, Conn., visited the grotto at West Bend Sunday. Mr. and Mrs Edward Fasbender visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. hay Beddow at Knoke. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kuehl and family of Allison, were Sunday guests in the home of her brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Marquardt and sons. BROUGHT TO HOSPITAL Miss Margaret Tiefenthaler of Breda was brought to St. Anthony Hospital in the Sharp ambulance Sunday afternoon. KNOW YOUR RIFLE ... Is the lesson being taught to Iowa Navy recruits at Great Lakes Naval Training Center by Navy Instructor L. B. Yarbough, boatswain's mate first class. Hawkeyei attentive to the lesson are, 1 to r, (first row) Luverne M. Hoffman of Carroll, Eugene A. Pawletzke of Arcadia, (second row) William J. Barner of Des Moines, Dennis E. Kitt and Ronald A. Wessling, both of Carroll. The Hawkeyes will honor their state during Great Lakes Navy Homecomings "Salute to Iowa' week, August 12-18. Mutual of N«w York Announces New "FAMILY POLICY" $5,000 of permanent insurance on the husband. $1,250 of term insurance on the wife. $1,000 term insurance on each child until ace 22. Any children born after policy is issued are automatically covered after 15 days of age. The premium is the same regardless of the number of children covered. The policy covers many other features which I would like to tell you about. It's really terrific. II II II II J^of {urther Information about SONY'S Family Policy mall tniss coupon today to LAMBERT J. THBLIN Office: 212 W. 5th Carroll — Phont 2184 A doctor operated on an Indiana boy and removed two marbles. Maybe it's best not to play for keeps. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll — Phont 3521 No. 1 specialist in local and long distance moving! - • • 1 \.. Courttogs C«nv«nl«nl CarrUr j^AD DRESS II NAMB„ Smart Autumn Brides Choose Gowns Now... V and they choose them at Broughton's If you are planning a trip down the aisle this fall, you'll want to start shopping for your wedding gown right now. Beautiful Woddlng* Btgin Hw LEAD THE FIELD IN FINE CLOTHING

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