Neighbors Entertain for Loraine Hess A neighborhood party at Mrs. William Witte's home Wednesday evening honored Loraine Hess, Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa J Thursday, July 25, 1957 Farewells for Tony Starmans Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Starman and children, Debbie and Barry, who will marry Kenneth Qulnn of | W ho are moving to Fort Dodge Lake View August 1? at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. The courtesy was given 'jointly by the neighbors, who included Mrs. Wltte and her daughter, Mrs. Joe Dellere of Omaha, Mrs. J. J. Lappe, Florence Lappe, Mrs. Irene Curran, Mrs. J. H. Bayliss, Mrs. M. J. Thelen, and Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen. Bride-bingo and take-away bing6 were played. Prizes were won by Mrs. Carl J. Hess, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Lappe, Mrs. Bayliss and Mrs. M .1 Thelen. * * * The group presented Miss Hess with a gift in addition to a shower of kitchen gadgets. Her colors of pink and white were accented in the appointments of the table at which lunch was served. Baskets of garden flowers decorated the table. Favors were little pink umbrellas. Saturday, were given farewell courtesies Tuesday and Wednes-I day nights. I Tuesday evening they were supper guests in the home of Mr. Star* man's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Starman. Wednesday evening, they wore entertained by Mr, and Mrs. Allen Loehr at a steak fry in the back yard of the Loehr home. E. Motters To Celebrate 50th Anniversary I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter will celebrate their golden wedding anniversary by holding open house at their home. 215 North Crawford Street, from 2 to S o'clock Sunday afternoon, July 28. _Mr. and Mrs. Motter, who were married at Boone July 31, 1907. have lived in Carroll Saturday— _ - Teen-agers dance, Carroll Country Club. i Newcomers Club potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. Tuesday— D C. Contract Club, Mrs. 0. Smith Thomas, Hotel Burke. Toastmistress Club Has Special Guests Special guests at a regular dinner meeting of the Carroll Toastmistress Club Wednesday evening at Hotel Burke were Rita Morrissey, Miss Carroll of 1957, who will represent the community in the Miss Iowa beauty contest at Clear Lake Saturday and Sunday, and six members of the Manning Toastmistress Club. Mrs. Dolores Personals Ramsey, president, Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn, Mrs. Leo Bruck, Mrs. Fay Hill, Mrs. Eunice Jensen and Mrs. Al Beisch. Miss Morrlssey was the guest of Miss Madeline White. The Manning members attended because Zella Daeges of the Carroll Club served as proxy for the Manning club at the International Toastmistress Club's annual convention in Dallas, Tex. Miss Morrissey gave her three- minute talk which she will present | portrait al Clear Lake. Elsie Van Ahn And Don Smith Exchange Vows (time* H*r*ld New* Rorvlee) LAKE CITY - The marriage of Elsie Van Ahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Van Ahn of Lake City, and Donald Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Smith of Auburn, was solemnized Monday, July 22, at 9 a.m. In St. Mary 's Catholic Church here. The Rev. James Fandel performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial high mass. St. Mary 's choir sang "The Mass in Honor of the Child Jesus." Mrs. George H. Smith, who accompanied on the organ, sang as a solo at offertory "Panis Angeli- cus." She also played Rossini 's "Processional" and Recessional." Mass servers were Larry and Jerry Bean, cousins of the bride. * • * The bride wore a ballerina- length gown of white embossed nylon organdy over aqu^a net over taffeta. The fitted bodice with n e o k 11 n e and short Mrs. Motter and family will Be here for the anniversary celebration. Sally Brandt Has Party Celebrating Her 10th Birthday Mrs. Floyd Brandt gave a birthday party Tuesday afternoon for her daughter, Sally, who was 10 years old. I .. •» • • After swimming at the Ameri-!^ jlenn rOrreilS can Legion Pool the children returned to the Brandt home. Sally opened her birthday gifts before ice cream and cake were served at a picnic table on the lawn. * * * Guests in addition to Girl Scout Troop No. 56, of which Sally is a member, were her brother, Craig Brandt; grandmother, Mrs. George Schroeder, and Mrs.' Merle Vetter. Jerry Thomas *nd two im a 11 children of Pullman, Wash., are spending a few days with his mother, Mrs. Velma Thomas. They came here from Iowa City, where Mr. Thomas has been a patient in the State University Hospitals. Mr. and Mrs. Wlnfleld Hanssen j and daughters, Sue, Jean and' Vicki, left Wednesday morning for; White. 8inc * their home at Long Beach, Calif.,! Table topics were conducted by that time with the exception of the , a f ter spending most of their va- \ Mrs. 0. W. Kelly, who utilized first eight years in Dakota. 1 cat j on here with Mr. Hanssen's; current events. She called on Mrs. They have one son, Henry E.; paren ts, Mr. and Mrs. D. W. j Miles Hedges to talk on Integra- Motter. of Mason City. Mr. and; Hanssen. Mr. Hanssen is manag-jtion; Mrs. J. A. Heider, the soil er of the Long Beach Municipal i bank, and Mrs. John V. Sullivan, auditorium. He and Mrs. Hanssen; the little red schoolhouse attended the national convention of auditorium managers at New York City. The family also spent a few days in Waterloo, their former home. , sleeves, was trimmed with five * * ! encircling narrow bands of aqua Invocation was given by Miss^ taffeta. She wqre white mitts and '* 1 a small white headpiece with short veil. She carried a white prayerbook and a white orchid Teen-Agers'' Dance Saturday^ At Country Club "A dance for teen-age members of the Carroll Country Cujb and their friends will be held at the clubhouse Saturday night,'July 27, beginning at. 8:30. f ' t Refreshments will be served during the evening. In charge of arrangement are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moehji and Mr. and Mrs. James Houlihan. .- Postpone Golden Wedding Observance Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Farrell of Council Bluffs, formerly of Carroll, who had planned to hold open house on their golden wedding anniversary July 20, announce a postponement ot the event until later in the fall. • Their address is Manawa, Box 102, Council Bluffs Mr. and Mrs. Farrell were mflr- Cpl. Walter Rnmaekers, who has been spending about a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Ramaekers, and h i s wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E.E. Holder. Is leaving Thursday for San Diego, Calif., where he is a rifle instructor at Camp Matth Mrs. R. M. Mnehn, president, conducted the business meeting. During the presentation of routine reports, Ethel Forrest read the proposed changes In by-laws and resolutions that she was worked on in conjunction with her cochairman, Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, assisted by Mrs. Herschel Tryon. * * * Toastmistress of the evening was Mrs. Howard Dolen. The 'formal part of the program Don't Wait! • Far Mere Fun • Mora Friendt • Mora Confidence • Mora Popularity Learn to Dance Foxtrot — Welti Jitterbug — Rhumb* •t Lee Donee Studio 181* So. 9th —. Ft. Dodat, la. Opan Till 10 p. m. rled In Carroll at the home of her! had visited them for two weeks. ews. He was accompanied here included a lesson on education by by Mrs. Ramaekers, the former Mrs. W. J. Schleisman Sr. and re- Kay Holder, and her mother, who P°rts on the International Toast- parents, Mrs. and Mrs, A. L. Darr. She is the former Lillian Darr. The couple lived in Carroll a long time before moving to Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Farrell have three children: Mrs. John tLois) Seeden, Minneapolis: Delbert Farrell, Storm Lake, and Lee Farrell, Council Bluffs. Mrs. C. Grundmeier Entertains Her Club (Time* Herald Sews servtee) MANNING 1 — Mrs. Clarence Grundmeier entertained the Neighborhood Club Monday afternoon. Guests outside the club were Verna and Viola Karstens' and Mrs. Dora Dammann. Mrs.'Harry Schade scored high at cards. Mrs. Ramaekers is staying for an indefinite visit with her parents. and son, Bill, returned. Wednesr day afternoon from Des Moines, where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Wilson's niece, Diane Gibson, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Douglas N. Gibson of Des Moines, to Robert Haskell Cushman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Cushman of Swampscott, Mass., Tuesday evening at Plymouth Congregational Church They also visited Mrs. Wilson's parents, Mr Mrs. W. R. Powell. mistress convention. Miss Daeges reported on the business sessions. Mrs. Edna G. Collins, the Carroll club's ' delegate, covered the remainder of the convention. * * * Mrs. Mabel Montgomery of Glidden was lexicologist; Mrs. Moehn, timekeeper, and Mrs. M. L. Collison, general evaluator. The next meeting will be at the hotel August 14. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lenz and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenz were at Columbus, Neb., for a .day's visit with the men's aunt, Mrs. Julius Huesman, who is ill. Mrs. Hues- Lunch was served by the hostess, j man, the former Lucy Lenz of The next meeting will be with Carroll, is now at her home aft- Mrs. W. H. Fink. I er being hospitalized. Methodist • and jYoung Adult Class Has Picnic ANOTHER BIG E. 0. This Is the One You've Been Waiting For! Broughton's Biggest E.O.M. of the Summer Season MORE SALE MERCHANDISE THAN EVER! SALE START$ PROMPTLY AT 9:00 A. M. FRIDAY Members of the Young Adult Class of the Methodist Church and their families held their July pot- luqjk picnic at the shelterhouse in Graham Park Wednesday evening. The group of 48 included two couples as guests, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huffman and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Jensen. On the coffee committee were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanneman and Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Ware. The business meeting was conducted by Mr. Hansen, president. The class voted to pay part of the cost of a new record player for. the church. Volunteers, both men and women, agreed to help; paint the Sunday School rooms in the new church. The class will have another family picnic at the park Wednesday evening, Aug. 28. DRESSES A big rack of some of Broughton's very best famous quality dresses. Big value in every one. $10.95 DRESSES Drastically reduced. Here's the group that offers the buyer the biggest savings of the summer season. $5.95 DRESSES These won't last long, they never do . . . but there are more on this rack than ever before. $2.98 WINS TRIP W. L. Chambers, representative here of the State Farm insurance grrlanded with white satin ribbon and pink sweetheart roses. Mrs. Marvin Bean of Lake City, aunt of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Shirley Janssen. They wore identical ballerina-length sleeveless gowns of white embossed nylon organdy over pink net over taffeta. The fitted bodices, with rounded necklines, were worn with wide cummerbunds of pink taffeta. They also wore white mitts and pink j lace hats. They carried small! nosegays of pink carnations and pink roses. * * * Albert Smith of Auburn, cousin ot the bridegroom, was best man. Groomsman was Francis Van Ahn of Lake City, brother of the j bride. Ushers were Donald Van; Ahn of Lake City, brother of the; bride, and Ed Ellerbrock of Auburn, cousin of the bridegroom. After the wedding, breakfast was served at 10 a.m. in Irene's Cafe for the bridal party, parents, mass servers, Fr. Fandel, Fr. Jerome Koenig of Auburn and a few close friends. * * • The reception at 11 o'clock was at the Lake City Country Club which was decorated in aqua and pink. The all-white wedding cake which graced the reception table was in the form of a four-leafed clover in four tiers. It was wreathed at the base with smllax and pink flowers and had a pink flower on top. Aqua candles were used. Mrs. Vernon Yost' of Omaha, the bridegroom's sister, poured coffee. Serving were sisters-in-law of the bride, Mrs. Francis Van Ahn, Mrs. Donald Van Ahn, Mrs. Clifford Van Ahn and Mrs. Edward Van Ahn. Mrs. Francis Van Ahn cut the cake. Other assisting were Mrs. Harold Bean. Mrs. Merle Schulte, Mrs. Ada Hanks and Mrs. Louis Kurth. Mrs. Ed Ellerbrock of Auburn had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Donald Morrow of the gifts. After . the reception, Mr. and Mrs. Smith left on a three-week trip. For traveling, Mrs. Smith chose a blue-figured white cotton with taffeta cummerbund in light and dark shades of aqua, white accessories and white orchid. Mrs. Smith is associated with her brother, Donald Van Ahn, in the Lake City Cafe and Lake City Tap. She has been in business in Lake City for the past nine years. Mr. Smith farms north of Au- Mr. and Mrs. John Bruening , Paige & Paige Photo John Bruenings Note Golden Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. John Bruening. Carroll, Route 2, observed their golden wedding anniversary Wednesday, July 24. The 8 o'clock golden anniversary mass was read by the Rev. James Cain In Our Lady of Mt_ Carmel Church. Dinner for the immediate family was held in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke. Decorations included the anniversary cake trimmed in gold and white and topped with the numerals "50" in gold. The nut cups were in white with gold trim and miniature numerals "SO". Gold colored tapers in triple crystal holders stood at either end of the table. * * * Members of the immediate family present were: Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Bruening. sons Luverne and Ramon, and daughters Marlene and Joan, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Vonnahme and sons Ralph and Dennis, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bruening and son Wayne, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schreck and sons Randy and Mark, Vail; Lois. Kathryn, and lone Vonnahme. Carroll. • * * Mrs. Bruening, whose maiden name was Catherine Miller, is the oldest daughter of the late Matt and Philomena (Rust) Miller. Mr. Bruening's parents were the late Henry and Elizabeth (Harmeyer) Bruening. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Bruening were I married July 24, 1907, at St. John's ! Church, Arcadia, by the late Rev. ; Fr. Joseph Schulte. ! 'After their marriage they farm; e<\ for one year east of Arcadia, j then moved to their present farm | home near Mt. Carmel. Mr. and j Mrs. Bruening are members of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel parish. Barbara Jensen, Bride-Elect, Is Feted at Party Barbara Jensen of Carroll, who is affianced to Robert Olsen^ of Hamlin, was honored at a. party for 67 guests in the Lutheran Church parlors at Hamlin Tuesday evening. , Hostesses wer* Mrs. R: Schlater of Brayton, Mrs. Sigurd Molgaard, Mrs. Jim Mendenhall, Mrs. Clarence Rattenborg, Mrs. Carl Sorensen, Mrs. Herbie Christensen, Mrs. Darrell Munch and Mrs. Charles McKibben of Hamlin. Out-of-town guests included Miss Jensen's aunt, Mrs. Hugh Ryan, of Carroll and Mrs. Tom Ryan of Atlantic. Other guests'at tended from Exiva, Br ay* ton, Hamlin and the surrounding area. * * • " Marsha Rattenborg and Shirley Nelson, seven and eight years old, gave duo tap dance, numbers. Entertainment included bridal games. Miss Jensen was presented with a miscellaneous shower and a buffet lunch was served. Her colors of blue and white were used in the gift arrangement and also In the decorations of; the buffet table. Instrumental Lessons Suspended for a Week Karl Rogosch, instrumental music instructor in the Carroll public i Schools, announces there will be •' no instrumental classes of any j kind next week, as he will be on j vacation. j Mr. Rogosch said an important band meeting for all grade school j children in the instrumental department is set for 8:30 a.m. Monday, August 5. Try-outs for the varsity band will be held at 9:30 a.m. August 5, ; GIVEN 20 YEARS* i ALBIA (flv-Stevc Sulentich.' 32, : of Albia, Thursday faced a term , of 21 years in the Iowa Penitenti- ! ary at Fort Madison. He was sentenced Wednesday after pleading ; guilty to a series of charges which ! included breaking and entering, j car theft and escape from the Jail I yard here. NICHOLAS HOME ENTERED * | MASON CITY UrV -Burglars got only a toy bank containing less than $5 when they entered the ' home of Lt. Gov. William H. Nicholas while he nnd Mrs. Nicholas were away. They discovered the : burglary Wednesday. Tonight (Wed.) Is Buck Night! Load up the Car . . Coma as You Aral Companies, has been awarded an burn. They will live on the Au- all-expense paid trip for his en- burn farm. tire family to the organization's —' annual convention at Dallas, Tex. Mr. and Mrs. James Glllett and The award was made for exceed: daughter, Julie, returned Wednes- ing sales quotas. Mr. Chambers day evening from a two and one- 1 1 won a similar trip last year. The half week camping trip in Colore- family will fly to Dallas from do and Grand Teton National Omaha Sunday. Park^ DRASTICALLY REDUCEDI SHORTS For Play, for Travel, For Cool Living Around The Houta. Ridiculously Low 59c Crazy With the Heat? — Maybol But Here's Another Rock Bottom Prlea Just 50c for Your Choke of The Halter* and Top* on Sale Nowl I'll B. Thara at 9:00 Friday — Will You? HATS Tremendous selection of summer millinery. You know the famous quality, high fashion merchandise we have. By all means, look this group over thoroughly. $1.00 BLOUSES We've got more ... You really liked the savings last time, so here's' more! Beautiful blouses at a honey of a price. GET IN THE SWIM! If you wished you had gotten a new swim suit this year then ouy one now. Lowest prices ever. SWIM SUITS FAMOUS QUALITY (BhDuqhkiviA, HAP THI PIILD IN FINI CL0THIN9 $2.98 SINGER Ik, PRICE SALE of USED MACHINES Trade-ins keep pouring in with the sales of our new machine*. ... To clear our stock, we're offering a (roup of these used machines at a 50% reduction m price) Alt are in top working order and thoroughly reconditioned. Look at some of these typical values... first-come, first-served. Singer ilaetrle Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Ilaetrle Console. Console Console —. Console ~~~ Console — Console Portable Portable Portable Portable WAS NOW „fe0,9$ $30.00 19.70 49,15 .. 40.00 20.00 44.17 22.00 82.01 41.00 . 55,35 27.50 . 20,45 10.00 50.00 20.00 , 50.00 20.00 - 51.25 24,00 , tOW DOWN MTMfNT - (On Of VMt TO »*Y SINGER SEWING CENTER IUM i* etaM MM <•* n4w U*«J MWjNS MACKIftf C0MMNV Ends Saturday KELLY'S SHOE CLEARANCE WOMEN'S SHOES One big table at CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Satv MEN'S SHOES One rack of Jarman Dress Oxfords at WORK SHOES Wolvtrlnr6" — I" — 10" high shots. KELLYS SHOISTORE Fri., Sat., dncl Monday Limit I let '' to M customer for ittef # Tho charm of old lace—the utility of plaitlc. Can be uted over and over again. Clean eailly with a damp cloth. You get four big tVt incri white ploitic dolllei In.beau* tiful lace-like pattern. Made to tell for 49c. Buy now at thli low tuper ipeelol price. DAVIS PAINT ' ASSOCIATE STORE C. W. Nicoll Owner HIGH noon urns THE * DEADLINE. THEn... 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