Mrs. Underberg Observes Her 78th Birthday A dinner party Tuesday at Mrs. Mary Underberg's home celebrated her 78th birthday anniversary. Attending from Omaha were Mrs. Underberg's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Linn Conway, who were accompanied by their son-in-law and daughter, S-Sgt. and Mrs. Harris D. Wallace, and children, Connie Lynn, Jim and Cindy Lou, of St. Johns, Newfoundland. * * * Also present were Mrs. Lena Hauser, Carroll; Matt Tegels, Amiret, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. J.T. Quenell, Marshall, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Tegels, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Tegels and Renea and Mrs. Raymond Reddlinger, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Schulte, Mrs. Hannah Hinners and Elizabeth Hinners, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tegels, Maple River; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte and Mrs. Clara Schulte, Auburn; Mrs. Cordell Jones, Pierre, S. D.; and Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden, Carroll. All of Mrs. Underberg's sisters and brothers were present. TimM Herald, Carroll, Iowa' Wednesday, July 24, 1957 PLAN OCTOBER WEDDING ... Mr. and Mrs. William Dorplng- haus of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ann, to Carl Abbate, so of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Abbate, son of Mr .and Mrs. October wedding Is planned. 'Social Calendar Wednesday— Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Methodist Young Adult class picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Saturday- Teen-agers dance, Carroll Country Club. Newcomers Club potluck dinrfer, 6:30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. Tueeday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. G. Smith Thomas, Hotel Burke. * STARLINE BALLROOM CARROLL, IOWA SATURDAY, JULY 27 JAY BELLAIRE TUESDAY, JULY 30 RONNIE BARTLEY Manning Class Of 19 3 2 Meets For a Reunion (liniM Hertid News Service) MANNING — Manning High School's graduating class of 1932 held a reunion at the Legion Hall Sunday, July 21. A one o'clock dinner was served. Guests, in addition to class members, their husbands and wives, were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Lee, Des Moine3; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dethlefs and Henry Hoffmann. Leo Bruck acted as loastmas- ter. He introduced Mr. Lee, who spoke to the class, and Msgr. Edward Vollmer of Sioux City, who reminisced on events of . high school days. Mr. Hoffmann and Mr. Dethlefs talked briefly. * * • Roll call was held, with each class member giving a resume of happenings since high school days. Guests were Msgr. Vollmer; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison | 'Ruth Weston), Arcadia; Mr. and I Mrs. Don Brady, Mr. and Mrs. I Vern Howe (Rernice VogU, Dun! lap; Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schroed- ! er JVerena Eckerman), Omaha; J Mr, and Mrs. Bill Ramsey, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Peters, Mr. and ! Mrs. Ralph Struve, Blairsburg; I Mr. and Mrs. Leman Ehlers, Me nilla; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder, Mr, and Mrs. Wilbur Anthony (Feme Frank), Mr. and Mrs. Tom Sharp (Dorothy Kie napfel), Manilla. Mr. and Mrs Gilbert Hinners (Nellie Wailes) Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs Wilbur Ranniger, Mr. and Mrs Harry Musfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Musfeldt, Mr. and Mrs Harry Koester (Louise Lamp) Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruck, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ramsey IDelores Ohm). * * • Letters were read from Arthur Hagedorn. who lives in California; Glen Claussen, Washington, D. C; Mark Encnbach, Chicago; Harold Hassler, National City, Calif.; Ruby Klindt AmRhein, Harlan; Florence Livingston Barentsen. Haywood, Calif.; Harold Pfoltner, with the Air Corps in I Newfoundland; Neva Ramsey Hahn, Mdscatine; Edna Louise Wyatt Nordbye. Winlock, Wash.; and Judson Whitcher, Gardenia. Calif. Other class members are Eleanor Barten Kinney, Des Moines; Gordon Eckholdt. Des Moines; Gilbert Fritz, Bremerton, Wash.; Inez Grundmeier Friedrichsen, Pasadena, Tex.; Lois Hockstress- er, Gray; and Milton Mayer, who lives in California. Farewell Party For Mrs. Haanstad Mb. Wayne Haanstad., who la moving to Glenwood, Minn,, was honored at a coffee for members of Epsilon Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Tuesday morning. Mrs. Wilber Walkup" and Mrs. James Herzog entertained at Mrs. Walkup's home. . The group was seated around the dining table which was decorated with a floral centerpiece. * * * Mrs. Haanstad, who was serving as vice president of the chapter this year, is succeeded in the office by Mrs. Gene Hagen. She was social chairman last year. The chapter presented Mrs. Haanstad with a parting gift. Personals Mrs. J. D. White Jr. of Shaker Heights. Ohio, is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Robinson, CARROLL'S TOP GOLFERS . . . Mrs. Roy Eastlund. (right) is winner of the women's city golf tournament for 1957. Shown with her is Mrs. W. S. Farmer, runner-up. It was a repeat victory for Mrs. Eastlund, who has held the city championship twice before. She posted a score Mrs. Irene Curran Is returning Wednesday night from Lake Okoboji, where she has been vacationing for a fey days. •AV.W.V.V.T.V. spurgeons "STOOPENDUS KOLOSSAL VAIYOOS STARTS JULY 25th Carroll, Iowa — Air Conditioned Shopping! SHHH! Slip our of bed in the down's early light! Frisk Papa's wallet before he wakes up and hurry down to SPURGEON'S for a BANG UP time at our annual KRAZY DAZE SALE ... Mighty big VALYOOS at mighty small prices .. . Don't miss this party. Hosiery Even if you have two left feet you will want to grab these odds and ends. Discontinued numbers. Values to $1.35 Pair 47c Pair Slumber-ettes Because our buyer was looking at the model instead of the garment, here's your chance to save on a silly item. $1.91 Value $1.44 Christmos Cords It ain't Christmas but these will keep without refrigeration. $1.00 and $1.25 Bexte Boxes For $1.00 Dresses We don't care what you do with these, but please take 'erg away. $3.98 to $10.98 Values $300 „ $700 Summer Hats The goats are going to have a real good time with these if you don't. Values to $5.98 50c: $1.00 Costume Jewelry We've got to keep moving. Here's some "hot" pieces we will peddle at 2 - $1.00 All Reg. $1.00 Value* Infants Crawler 9 to 30 Months A silly looking garment but at this tender age it won't matter. A lot of wear in these. $1.98 Value Motor Coats How krazy can you get? Brand new car coats at reduced prices. Lay 'era away now. $11461 $1436 Gowns, Pajamas These summer gowns won't make good Christmas gifts so out they go! Not every size. $2.98 Values $2.33 Boys 1 Shorts 67c Blue Denim er Tan Cotton Twill Girls' Cotton Skirts $1.47 $2.98 Values CANDY SPECIAL HERSHEY'S MILK CHUNK Chocolate 34c ^. Regular 59c Value Imported Gifts These "purty" prices should have stayed in a "furrin" land. Maybe you'll like them. 88c STAMPED Pillow Cases Make someone happy—US! All thoroughbreds that never won a race. Sweet dreams guaranteed. Pair Handbags Take a look at this handbag hash. We've looked long enough! White and Colors. Values to $2.' - $1.33 OIRLS' SHORTS OR Pedal Pushers ,|1.59 YfluM. $1.17 $1.47 Cotton Skirts Prints, stripes, plains. Sizes 22 to 32. tt,W $3.9$ Values ( Value* 11,9712.97 Boys 1 Sport Shirts These have got to go! $1.00 Value* 73c $1.9941.49 Values 93c $1.59-$1.69 Values $1.17 $1.79 Values. $1.33 Summer Fabrics We don't care what you sew with these as long as they go. CheTe % Off Values to $1.19 Yard IlIBVILISS Blouses Sixes 32 to 40 si .tr • %m Valuta Values $1,2711.97 One Group Purses Whites and Blacks $1.00 Values to $2,98 SCREEN PRINT Towels Our buyer has never been this Krazy beforel Look at these low prices. Large Bath Towel 76c Pace Towel ^3c Wash Cloth |6C Drapes If these don't fit your windows they'll make a nice tent for the kids. Discontinued patterns of $5.98 drapes. A real krazy buy. $3.88 Pair Coats, Cor Coats Toppers Children's Coats Now Vi Price Not Many, But All Real Values! Lois Manuel And James Long vVed at Lake View (Tlm*» Herald »ws Service) LAKE VIEW - At 7:30 p.m. Sunday, July 21, the Rev. Paul P. Potter of the local Methodist Church and the Rev. Ra,lph Grote of the Graettingpr M e t ho d i s t Church officiated at a double ring candlelight ceremony uniting in marriage Lois Manuel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. T. Manuel of Lake View, and James Long, son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Long, of Rembrandt. The service was performed before an altar decorated with can-: delabra and baskets of white glad-! ioli and daisies with blue bows. The pews were marked bith bows of white and blue ribbon. Mrs. Leiand Long, sister-in-law, of the bridegroom, presided at the S organ. Mrs, Don Long sang; Grieg's "I Love Thee" before the; ceremony and "I'll Walk With God" during the service. | * * • The bride was given in marriage; by her father Her floor-length gown of white dotted swiss over; taffeta was in princess style with; V neck and short sleeves. Full, pleats fell from the waistline V in| the back of the skirt. Her fingertip veil of French illusion was attached to a white net bandeau. The bridal bouquet was of trailing marguerite daisies and ivy with a center corsage of a single cymbidium orchid. The, bride wore short white gloves. Mrs- James Scott, sister of the bride. Molly Mulder, college room -j mate, and Mrs. John Irwin, class-! mate, were the bride's attendants. Their identical gowns were of Wedgwood blue dotted swiss over taffeta in princess style and cocktail length, with short sleeves and square necklines. They'wore white shoes and short white gloves. Headdresses were blue bandeaux with net gathered at the back with clusters of daisies. Each carried a wicker basket of daisies over her arm. The bridegroom was attended by his brothers, Dale and LeLand Long and a classmate, John Irwin. Ushers were James Scott, broth- er-irUpw of the bride and Don Long; cousin of the bridegroom. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with navy and white accessories and the bridegroom's mother, blue lace with white accessories. Both had corsages of daisies and blue flowers. * * t A reception for 225 guests followed in the church social room. The three-tiered white cake was cut by Mrs. E. E. Scott. Mrs. August Quistorf poured coffee and Mrs. Lauren Beaver served the punch which was prepared by Mrs. B. J. Manly. Mrs Jasper Therkelson, Mrs. John Tarpy, Mrs. Sam Rodman assisted at the reception. Janice, Janet. Beverly and Sandra Long, cousins of the bridegroom, were junior hostesses. Attending the guest book was Mrs. LeRoy Frank, classmate of] the bride. Mr. and Mrs. Don Momsen were in charge of the gift table. Following the reception, open house was held at the Manuel residence for viewing the gifts, with Mrs, T. W. Reida as hostess. The bride attended Cottey College itf or Women in Nevada, Mo., Mrs. City of 93'' In 4 " 18-hole -play* to win the championship flight at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday. Mrs. Farner scored 94. The golfers were divided into three flights—championship, first and second. (Staff Photo) Roy Eastlund Golf Champion Mrs. Roy Eastlund is women'] city golf champion for the thin time. However, she has not heli the title in consecutive year's.' Last year's champion was Mrs. W. L. McConkie, who did not participate in the 1957 tournament at THIS WEEK ONLY! ONI RACK OP MATERNITY DRESSES $5.00 ALL. JEWELRY j PRICE The STYLE SHOP Across from tho Telephone Office where she was a member of the Alphian Society, and Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls, I where she was a member of Kap- : pa Delta Pi. Shft taught^ sixth! grade at Royal last year and is presently employed by the Iowaj State Highway Commission in: Ames. . J The bridegroom recently return-! ed from overseas service and willj attend Iowa State College in the; fall. The bride and groom are! graduates of Lake View High School. I * * * i After a wedding trip to thej Black Hills, they will make their! home in Ames. j Out-of-town guests were from:; Royal, Rembrandt, Sac City, Alton, Spencer, Wall Lake, Early, Odebolt, Audubon, Des Moines, Anita. Albert City, Jefferson' Lytton, Storm Lake. H o 1 s t e i n, Sioux Rapids. Fort Dodge, Tiffen, Graettinger. Ia., St Paul, Minn., and Kansas City. Mo. Dinner Party For Sharon Miller Mrs. Margaret Bowie gave a dinner party at her home at 6 o'clock Tuesday evening, honoring Sharon Miller, a student at the State University of Iowa, who is spending' the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Berle Miller, of Templeton. Guests in addition to Miss Miller and her mother were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur McNaughton of Carroll, and Mrs. Bowie's grandson, Ture Schoultz of San Gabriel, Calif. Ture assisted Mrs. Bowie in serving.. LAW ABIDERS Karakelic, Turkey, is the world's most law-abiding community. Not one of its inhabitants ever has been ''arrested or' brought into court in 99 years. Karakelic has an approximate population of 450. TAKEN TO HOSPITAL Herman Venteicher was taken to St. Anthony Hospital in the Sharp ambulance as a medical patient Tuesday morning. Fred Wells and son-in-law, Elmer Wille, returned Mondayfrom Letcher, S. D., where they, attended funeral services that morning for Mrs. Bernard Morgan of Letcher. who* died Friday night. .- the Carroll Country Club Tuesday, with 18 taking part. Mrs. Eastlund posted a score of 93. Runner-up in the championship flight was Mrs. W. S. Farner, with a score of 94. Mrs. Clem Determan, with 96, placed, third, and Mrs. B. G. Halverson, with 98, fourth. Other players in the * championship flight of 18 holes were Teresa Brandl, Mrs. E. M. Feld, Mrs. Larry Leffingwell, Mrs. C. M. Maddy and Mrs. J. W. Hills. * * * Mrs. 0. W. Kelly, who carded 104, won the first flight. Mrs. George D. Walden, with 107, was runner-up. The second flight was won by Mrs. Florence Wagner with a score of 115. Mrs. H. L. Silsby was runner-up with 117. Five golfers took part in each of the two lower flights. * * * Trophies and prizes will be j awarded later in the season. The \ winner of each flight will receive j a trophy and the runner-up, a I prize. i The tournament began 'at 8' a.m. Coffee and rolls were served at the clubhouse when the golfers arrived. As they came in from the course at noon, dinner was served on the south porch. * * * Mrs. Waldpn and Miss Brandl were chairmen of the committee for the day, which included Mrs. Eastlund, Mrs. Silsby, Mrs. E. A. Vaatveit and Thelma Winnike. They were .assisted by Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall. Mr. Lerdall paired and started the golfers. The women's next scheduled golf event will be August 6 under chairmanship of Mrs. Maddy and Mrs. Verdis Hansen. Mrs. Herbert Beck and son, Raymond, and Mrs. Alice Krieg returned Tuesday afternoon from a week's trip to Mineral Wells, Tex., where they visited Mr,, and Mrs. Larry Scott and family, formerly of Carroll On the way down, they visited Mrs. Krieg's son, Lt. Dale? Krieg. at Forbes Air Force Base, Topeka, Kan., and on their return stopped at Belleville, Kan., to see Mr. and Mrs- Rudy Rundus, formerly of Carroll, Larry and Lonny Carlson, - sons of Mr. and Mrs Clyde Carlson, are spending a week or 10 days with Mrs. Mary Louise Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Olson, and family at St. Louis, Mo. They accompanied the Jnck Olson family Tuesday when they returned home after visiting Mr. Olson's grandmother, Mrs 0. L. Sanborn, the Carlson family and Mrs. Louise Bitcon for a few days. Mrs. Anna Schaefer and Mrs. Josephine Duffy and daughter, Lois, returned Monday night after visiting in Milwaukee, Wis., and Chicago, 111. They attended the wedding of theit niece, Frances Mahoney. to Thomas Garvey at Milwaukee July 13. staying for a week's visit with their sister. Mrs. Frances Mahoney, mother, of the bride. On the way back, they spent three days in Chicago with Mrs. Schaefer's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schaefer, and daughter, Lila. They also visited Mrs Ray Harmon. Mrs. June Algoe And Harry Slocum Take Nuptial Vows (lime* Herald Now. Service) LANESBORO - Mrs. June Algoe and Harry Slocum were married Tuesday afternoon at the Glidden Methodist parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Mosher were their witnesses. Following the ceremony, which was attended by only the immediate family, Mr. and Mrs. Slocum left for Washington, where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. Delmar McClue. Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Churchsmith and daughter, Markay, returned Monday night from a five- day vacation in eastern Iowa. Going first to Davenport, their former home, they took *a trip with Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Cross on a cabin-cruiser, Shirl-Lin II, down the Mississippi to Burlington. The Cross' daughter, Shirley, a^com- paniedMhe Churchsmiths here for a visit in their home. Green-Loeffelholz Banns Are Called Banns of the approaching marriage of Kay Green, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Green of Iowa City, and Paul L. Loeffelholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loefjelholz of Carroll, were an« nounced for the first time Sunday at Our Lady of Mt, Carmel Church and St. Mary's Church in Iowa City. The wedding will take place at St. Mary's Church Au> gust 10. ENDS RECRUIT TRAINING GREAT LAKES, IU. - Ronald W. Irlbeck, son of Mrs. Alvera Irlbeck of 6U Second, Carroll, Iowa, graduated from recruit training July 20, at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, 111, The graduation exercises, marking the end ? f nine weeks of. "boot camp," in- luded a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian, dignitaries. FIRST CARROLL SHOWING! CARR0L8 Thur. - Fri. - Sot Regular Prices! ANTHONY PERKINS IXCITINft STAR OIF "HtHNDLY PfftSUASION- Open 6:45 p. m. Shpwi at 7:00 A 9:05 New! and Cartoon Endi Tonite (Wed.) 'Wicked as Thty Come' Tonight (Wed.) Is Buck Night! Load up the Car . . . Come as You Arel CARROLL OUTDOOR t HI A T 1*1 Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. — CO-HIT -* Ladies! 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