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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 26, 1957
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Loralne Hess Is Brunch-Bridge Hostesses at a brunch honoring Loraity Hess at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday, morning were Mrs. Lloyd Booth, Mrs. Nick Belter and Mrs. Frank W. Beiter.' The U-shaped tables were decorated with white flowers in antique glass goblets and pink tapers. Pink and white, the colors of Miss Hess, bride-elect, were also used in the arrangement of the mantel over the fireplace. * * 4> Three tables of contract bridge followed the brunch. Mrs. Don Boell was the winner of the first prize and Mrs. Leo Mayr, low. The hostesses presented a gift to Miss Hess, who will marry Ken neth Quinn of Lake View August 17. ' / An out-of-town guest was Mr. Quinn's mother, Mrs. Edward V. Quinn of Lake View. Two Hostesses Entertain Clulp Mrs. Daryl Winker and Mrs. Paul Tigges entertained the Ace Ten High card club at a coffee at the Southside Park Thursday afternoon. All of the members were present, including Mrs. Al Sondgeroth, Mrs. Otto Bluml. Mrs. Cyril Wessling, Mrs. Albin Wessling, Mrs. Cyril s Schulte and Mrs. Wilbur Singsank. Pinochle is played by the members who will have their first regular meeting in September. Mr. and Mrs. E^.'C. Carlson are spending a few days in the home of-their son-in-lav; and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Lacey, at Harlan. Mrs. Lacey came here Thursday to be accompanied back by them. Bridal Shower At Breda Fetes Miss Langenfeld (Times Herald News Service) BREDA —,Mary Ann Ulveling honored Sandra Langenfeld of Carroll at a'bridal shower for 16 guests at the Ulveling home Tuesday evening. Various games furnished entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. Leo Spieker, Miss Langenfeld, Mrs. R. H. Brinker and Mrs. Roy Fisch. • * * A two-course lunch was served by ihe hostess, assisted by her mother, Mrs. F B. Ulveling, and Mrs. Fisch. The table's centerpiece was a bride doll. Bouquets of flowers were at either end. Nut cups in the form of bride's corsages, were topped by two gold wedding rings. * * * After lunch, -the bride - elect opened her gifts. Miss LangenWd will marry James Ulveling August 10 at the St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. John Mattel, accompanied by their daughter-in- law, Mrs. Robert Mattes, and her son, Donald, of Vancouver, Wash., spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. John Fischer and family in Des Moines. Mrs. Robert Mattes and spn are visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Mattes this week. Annual Walther League Ice cream social, Lutheran School basement, Lidderdale, Sun., July 28, 5 p.m. Adv. Mrs. J. C. Arts came home Thursday night from Des Moines, where she had visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Arts, and their son, Dale, since Sunday, when the three were here and took Mrs. Arts home with them. Mr. Arts and Dale brought her back. Neighbors Surprise the John Bruenings A surprise party ft Mr. and Mrs. John Bruening's home near Mt. Carmel Wednesday night celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. Participants were approximately 20 neighbors, who presented Mr. and Mrs. Bruening with a purse and served lunch al the conclusion of an evening of cards. Carroll Golfers Win Prizes at Denison Tourney Mrs. W. S. Farner and Mrs. Florence Wagner tied as runner up in the nine hole championship flight at the Dehison Country Club's open golf day Thursday. Each scored 49, with Mrs. Farner winning on the draw. Mrs. E. M. Feid was awarded a prize as runner-up in the third flight. 18-hole competition. Mrs. Larry Leffingwell tied as winner of the fourth flight, 18 holes. • * * Other Carroll Country Club Miss Rose Ruddy has gone to 1 " Ie " ,bfe ™ S"^?" 8 wT't M »' Paramount, Calif., a suburb of Moehn, Mrs. Robert Mat, A „„„I„«, ,.j«.;t iu„ „„,i A j„ e Mrs. 0. W. Kelly, Mrs. B. G. Hal Mrs. Russell Wunschel hag returned from a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fix, at Vinton. Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach and Mrs. Guy Raridon and son, Skip, returned Thursday night from a two-day visit with Mrs. Raridon's son and daughler-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Raridon, and family at Ainsworth. They attended, the State University of Iowa summer opera, "Albert Herring," in which Wade Raridon had the lead of "Albert Herring," at Iowa City. Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, July 26, T957 Kitten Crochet Los Angeles, to visit Mr and Mrs H. R. Carrington and children, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Llewer and daughters, Mary Kay and Sheryl, and Mrs. Liewer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Juergens, returned Thursday night from Waterloo, where they ha,d visited the Juergens' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Auen, and family since Tuesday. jverson. Mrs. C. M. Maddy and Judy and Robbie Ray. Mrs. Car-j MrAs - M . a r tinatS . cuhn lf e „ rnlfpr , took rington is the former Frances Approximately 75 golfers took Ruddy. Miss Ruddy will also visit |P art ,n the tourne ^ her nephew, Clarence McGrane Jr., who is employed as a chemist at Long Beach. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGrane, 220 North East Street. Miss Ruddy also plans to visit the William Bowler family, former Carroll residents, who live at Maywood, Calif. Miss R u d d y's Two Breda Families Are Home from Trips To the West Coast (Times Herald News Service) BREDA - Dr. and Mrs. T. A. Dermody and family returned Sun- Country Club Members Have Bridge-Luncheon A bridge-luncheon for Carroll Country Club members at the clubhouse Thursday afternoon attracted 24 participants. Out-of- town guests were Mrs. James Social Calendar Saturday- Teen-agers dance, Carroll Country Club. Newcomers Club potluck dinner, 6:30 p.m. Graham Park shelter- house. Tuesday— D C. Contract Club. Mrs. G. Smith Thomas, Hotel Burke. Thursday— Reid of Jefferson, who attended with her mother, Mrs. W S. Bayley, and Mrs. Claude Berray of Waterloo who is visiting relatives in Glidden. A buffet luncheon was served at 1 o'clock on the south porch. Rose bowls decorated the tables, each of which was set for four. * * * Winners of contract score prizes were Mrs. J. W. Hills, who held high; Mrs. Bayley, second high; and Mrs- E. J. Kratoska, low. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Reid. Mrs. W. H. Rust of Glidden! received a prizo for the score Jgy FritZOS of nearest 1957 and Mrs. R. J. Mc -I-. 7 ... , , Mahon. for the birthday closest to, uenver VISIT If! Mrs. Bouma Heads Iowa 1 Legion Auxiliary - DES MOINES UP! — Mrs. Jack Bouma of Pocahontas, was installed Friday a:, new president of the Iowa Department, Ameri* can Legion Auxiliary. Other officers elected at tht organization's convention here were: Mrs. R. H. Wheat, Waukon; Mrs. Edwin H. Curtis, Charftoji* and Mrs. James H. Clancy, Dei Moines, vice presidents; Mrs. Henry Holeton, Logan, chaplain; Mrs. Glenn Hultquist, Winfield, historian, and Mrs. R B. Monk, De» Moines, re-elected secretary -treaj- urer. Christmas. * * * Mrs. F. A. Dedrick was chairman of the hostess committee I which included Mrs. Jack Dono- Ladies Aid Society flower show I van, Mrs. 'B. J. Leahy, Mrs. Ver- and guest day, Lutheran Church dis Hansen, Mrs. Gene Hagen, parlors. Jan. 1 was not in general use as the first day of the year until 1752. A Good Thought for Today: Expe r i e n c e is something you get while searching for something else. A Good Thought For Moving Day: Moving is a job for experts ... so call us first and be glad later. Crouse Cartage Co. Carroll Phone 3S28 no. 1 specialist in packing and moving Courteous Convenient Carrier brother. Thomas J. Ruddy, took | day from a month's trip to Cal- her to Perry where she left onlifornia. They visited Mrs. Der- the Challenger for California. She'mody's brothers. Glen Bruning at is employed at the Carroll Public j Garden City and Bernard Bruning Library and is on a two-week vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bitting and sons, Bruce and Jerry, of Western Springs, 111, arrived Wednesday to visit Mrs Bitting's par| ents, Mr. and Mr?. William Schnable. Mr. and Mrs. Bitting and Jerry will leave for Western Springs Saturday morning, but Bruce will stay for a month's at San Francisco. Mrs. Minnie Bruning who accompanied them remained for a longer visit with her sons and their families there. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Klaus returned Sunday from a several months visit with their sons, Orlin Klaus and family at Van Nuys, and Clarence Klaus and family at Long Beach, Calif They also'visit­ ed at Los Angeles, San Francisco and Richmond. Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Schulte visit with the Schr.ables. The fam ily has been on a camping and [have returned to Davenport after ' fishing July 4. trip in. Minnesota since H. a two-week visit at the J Schulte home. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Fee and chil dren of Omaha visited at the Walter Fee home Sunday. Clever kittens — these prettv little animals form a neat set to protect chair or buffet. Filet crochet In easy K-stitrh. Easy-to-follow chart makes this fllet-crochel a cinch! Pattern 7316: chart, directions for chair-set In mercerized string. Send Thirtj'-flve. cent* (coins 1 for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for 1st -class mailing. Send to Dallv Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. Y. Print plalnlv NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Needlecraft Book for 1957! 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! Lake Cityans End Vacations (Tlm*» Herald N(w« Sen-Ire) LAKE CITY - Mr. and Mrs. Francis Hoover and sons, M r s. Fred Hoover and Mrs Grant Bender of Glidden have returned from a trip to the Black Hills. Mrs. James Waters Howard Mohier. and Mrs. Wall Lake Home (Time* Herald Newt Servie«) WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fritz and children of Denver, Colo., arrived Monday morning for a two-week visit in the Everett Robinson home. Mrs. Joe Fritz also of Denver accompanied them At a similar party August 8, and at present is visiting relatives Mrs. W. C. Mulry and Mrs. John j at Arcadia. E. Gnam will be committee chairmen. American Legion Post at Vail Has Its Annual Election Maria and Leon a Enters of Arcadia returned Thursday from a trip to Michigan and Indiana j Nancy and Bonny Jo Campbell > rj enter Sunday which they took with their neph-jof Omaha are spending several 1 j ew, Harold Ehlers. They spent a; weeks with their grandparents, week with Mr. and Mrs. Richard: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Berning. Novak and daughter at Sparta,] Mrs. Cloyce Messenger and chil- Mich., visited Mrs. Helen Butz at j dren of California, are visiting at; Wawaka, Ind., and Mr. and Mrs. j the Conrad Schaefer home. Alvin Ehlers and family at Clin- [ Aaron Bohnenkamp, Ed Bohnen- ton. Mrs. Novak is the former 1 kamp and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Ruth Ehlers of Arcadia. ' Reiff Went to Des Moines Tuesday where Ed Bohnenkamp entered the Veteran's Hospital for treatment. Helen Koster and Bonnie Beisch, who are attending school in Omaha, spent the weekend here. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schulte visited in the^ Melvin Schulte home at Pocahontas Sunday. Mrs. Mary Wempe and Vernon, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wempe of Halbur, had a ! picnic with friends at Guthrie John Hammond returned Saturday, July 20, from Calgary. Alberta, Canada, where he spent 10 days with his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammond. He left Monday of - this week for Grandon. N. D., to work:Thomas in the harvest fields of Lester Belcher. (Time* Herald News Serrlee) VAIL — At a regular meeting of the Vail American Legion. Post No. 65, officers were elected: Commander, Emil Segebart; vice commander, George Powers; adjutant, J. J. Higgins; finance officer, O'Connell; sergeant-at- arms, James Wulf; chaplain, Mr. and Mrs. Lurry Lindstrom and baby, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Soma and children at Sioux Falls, S. D. Mrs. Soma is Mr. Lindstrom's sister. Timmy Bedel, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Bedel of .Early was taken to St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha Sunday afternoon. He underwent a mastoid operation Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Anton Bedel and Delores called ia the Bedel home Sunday afternoon. Grace Linberg: service officer, Mr. and Mrs Claude Yetter of! George Dieter; and historian, Mil- Omaha came Sunday and visited Mr. Yetter's sister, Miss Ruth, and their mother, Mrs. H, D. Yetter, who is a patient at McCrary- Rost Hospital. Mrs. Floyd Bowie and daughter returned Monday tc their home in Dexter, Minn., after spending several days here with Mrs. Bowie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Thede. Mrs. Mark Bandy of Redfield, the former Jean Arney of Lake City, spent Wednesday and Thursday here with Louroe Stucken- bruck. Mr. and Mrs. Pearl Carmean of ton Olson. Club committee members are Emil Segebart. J. J. Higgins. Thomas O'Connell, Francis Devaney and Murt Hickey. ATTEND MEETING (Times Herald New* Service) HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Koenig drove to Storm Lake Wednesday. They attended a dinner and meeting of Funk Bros, Seed Corn Co. of Belle Plaine at the Bradford Hotel. Mrs. Perry Knowlton, Mrs. Don White and Mrs. Clyde Carlson attended funeral services at Fre- El Centro. Calif., who are visiting j mont, Neb., Thursday morning for here in the Ralph Carmean and)Kim Findley, one-year-old daugh- Swimming Lessons For More Than 75 Westside Children STARTS SUNDAY ggssw** <Tlm«» Htrnld Npm Servlrei WESTSIDE - The .Red Cross swimming lessons will be over this week. More than 75 children from the Westside area attended the lessons, which were free of charge at Denison in a program sponsored by the American Red Cross. Transportation was self-supporting this year, with the use of the Ar- We-Va Community School buses. Each child wishing to attend the classes paid 10 cents per day for his bus fare. Mothers volunteered each time as chaperons on the bus. 4:00, Open Sunday 1 p. m. Shows at 1:30, 6:30 fir 9:00 p. m. Ends Saturday ... "The Jim Piersall Story" - "Fear Strikes Out" Walter Souder homes, plan to return to El Centro early next week. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Richardson and family and Mrs. A. C. Stibbert, returned Wednesday from a visit witn Mrs. Richardson's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Cochran, in Topeka, Kan. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Findley of Fremont, formerly of Carroll. Rites were held at the Liggit-Dugan Funeral Home, with burial at Fremont. The small girl died of meningitis Tuesday morning after an illness of .about a week. Mr. Findley is a former principal of Carroll High School. Tannhauser, immortalized in Wagner's opera, was a real character. He was a German minne- singer, or minstrel, of the 1200's. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. A WOMAN'S KISS TURNED BROTHER- LOVE INTO A LWAR OF HATEI FRED MacMURRAY JEFFREY HUNTER JANICE RULE CHIU WUU • DCAN STOCKWttt Open 7:15 p. m. First Show at Dusk! Adults 60c Children Under 12 * FREE! CARROLL 4 Special Show SATURDAY ONLY! Shew Starts 8:15 p.m. Box Off ice Closes 12:30 CG'wOR CARTOONS 4 Features TO START THE SHOW . . . Dusk to Dawn Show! Get Up A Party . . . Bring the Family 8:57 p.m. 1st Feature First Show Starts at Dusk 10:29 p.m. 2nd Feature Jungl* Thrills oath*' African FrontUr! RHONDA FLEMING MACD0NAID CAREY 4 coiuuita Mcmit Adults 75c Children Under 12 Free A Story lh« Wit Nmvmr fergotl David BRIAN N.vlll* BRAND Richard LONG A «otuMtiAricniii 3rd Feature 11:44 MM'N'MIL vs. "M SMMB Free Coffee After Midnight A SUNSET PRODUCTION, An AMERICAN.INTERNATIONAL ftCTURC 4th Feature 1:00 a.m. Extra Snack Bar Specials 4 Between Shows! Reincarnated as a Monster from MeN) USA Chester Maria Tom MORRIS • ENGLISH • CONWAY 4 MINN STATt rMOUCTIQN. frtuai ty AUX 00RMN, WiWkvM * AMUUCAN INTUNAnOMl fWN(*f •mm gig;*! You'll Have a Big Time - Rain or Clear!

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