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July 29, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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40 Attend Picnic Of Burns Clan Forty members of the Burns family met at the Northwest Park here for a picnic dinner and reunion Sunday. Attending from out of town were; Mr. and Mrs, James Carroll, Winona, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Benson and children 1 , Carol, Jack and Robert, Colorado Springs, Colo, j Mrs. Arthur Nervig, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Hood, son, Larry, and daughter, Joan and Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Hood and children, Mary Kay, Tom, Diane and D e n i s e, Lohrville; Duane Powers, Rockwell City; and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hoffman and family, Tern- pleton. Dalhoff-Loew Banns Published Banns of the approaching marriage of Patricia C. Loew of Carroll and Gerald H. Dalhoff of Halbur were called for the first time Sunday at the St. Lawrence Church, where the wedding will take place August 17. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs.. Jacob Loew of Hayfield, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalhoff of Halbur. Eugene Golden Motters Note Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Motter - of 215 North Crawford Street, who have lived in • Carroll 42 years, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday. They entertained approximately 4*,, relatives at a noon dinner at the West End Cafe. Arrangements of gladioli decorated the tables. Dinner was prepared by Mrs. Telford Anson who was assisted in serving by Mrs. Harry Kunecke and Mrs. Clarence Sharp. * * * From 2 to 5 o'clodk in the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Motter held open house at their home, with approximately 80 guests attending. The serving table's gold centerpiece had been made by Mr. and Mrs. Motter's daughter-in-law, Mrs. Henry Motter of Mason City. Mrs. Kunecke presided at the coffee service and cut the anniversary cake. Mrs. Sharp served punch. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Motter have one son, Henry Motter of Mason City, four grandchildren and one great- granddaughter. A daughter, Zel^THOROUGH CLEANING It Takes Careful Cleaning to Get Out All of the Dirt and Grass Stains . . • That's Why Smart Mothers Always Call DELUXE Our Careful Methods of Dry Cleaning Assure You of Thorough Deep Cleaning Use our Drive-in Service & Save 10% DELUXE CLEANERS AND LAUNDERERS Timet Herald, Carroll, low* Monday, July 29, 19S7 da, died at the age of four years. Attending the celebration with Mr. and Mrs. Henry Motter were their sons, Noel and Nile; daughter, Dana; and son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Motter Jr. and baby daughter, Margene, Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Motter have another son, Jack, who is in military service in Panama. * * • Other out-of-town guests were Mr. Motter's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Peavy, Canton, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Goodwin and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Goodwin and family, Kenneth Goodwin, Frank Schroeder and Mrs., Rose Berger, Glldden; Anthony Manemann, Santa Ana, Calif.; and Mr. and Mrs. Art Onken, Lidderdale. Besides his sister, Mrs. Peavy, Mr. Motter has another sister, Mrs. Clinton Graves, of Tacoma, Wash. Mrs. Motter has two sisters, Mrs. Ellen Colyn of Phoenix, Ariz., and Mrs. Arthur Sharp of Carroll. * * * . Clara Rehder and Mr. Motter were married at Boone July 31, 1907. They lived at Belvidere, S. D.. for eight years before locating in Carroll. Mr. Motter, a retired employe of the Chicago & North Western Railway Company, worked in the track repair department more than 30 years. Mr, and Mrs. Motter are members, of the Methodist Church. They and their immediate family attended the morning worship service together Sunday. Mr. Motter is a member of Signet Lodge No. 264 A. F, and A. M. and the Modern Woodman Lodge. Mrs. Motter belongs to Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, and the Royal Neighbors Lodge. Visitors Here Share Honors at Morning Coffee Mrs. James Kratoska and Mrs. Richard Happe honored Mrs. James Allen of Marion, Ala., and Mrs. Kratoska's sister, Mrs. Robert Bailey, of Salem, Ore., at a coffee for 12 guests in Mrs. Kratoska's home Saturday morning. The group was seated round a table decorated with a mixed bouquet of garden flowers. Each complimented guest was presented with a gift by her hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sederburg and daughter, Janet, of Red Oak were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz. The Seder- burgs, former Carroll .residents, were on their way to Spirit Lake for a vacation. Brannan. Family Holds Reunion The annual picnic of the Brannan family was held at the Southside Park here Sunday noon. Attending with Mrs. Ed Brannan and Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Brahm of Carroll were Mrs. L.V. Brannan, Donna and Joyce, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. James Brannan and daughters, Omaha; Mrs. Don Konsrst, Minden; Mrs. James Kilgore and son, G 1 e n- dale. Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Brannan and family, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Br»»nnan, Joe and Mary, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Mountain and family, Central City, Neb.; and Mr and Mrs. Dennis Brannan and family, Coon Rapids. First Wedding in New Methodist Chun-'-.— Janet Is Bride of William D. Blackwell Mrs. Jtimes Duncan Entertains For Her Grandson, J ackHappe Jack Happe of Sioux City celebrated his ninth birthday at a picnic dinner given by his grandmother, Mrs. James F. Duncan, at the Southside Park Saturday. Guests were Jack's cousins, Kenny Kult of Ida Grove, Michael, Mary, John, Susan, Barbara, Tom and Stephen Heider and Jimmy, Ruth, David and Paul Happe; his aunts, Mrs. John J. Heider and Mary Happe; and his other grandmother, Mrs. Theodore Happe. Jack received birthday gifts which he opened after dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parent! and children, Connie, John and Maria Sue, of Des Moines visited Mrs. Parenti's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wieland, Saturday. They had just returned from a vacation trip to Texas. The first wedding -in the new First Methodist Church here took place at.4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, July 28, when Janet Lou Sweany, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany, t737 Terrace Drive, Carroll/ became the brltfe of WH» Horn Charles Blackwell, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan B. Blackwell of Tfesloge, Missouri. . Officiating were the Rev*. Ivan C. Bys, minister of the church, and Rev. C. Hugo Orf of Des Moines, former minister. Candlelighters were Stephen Warner of Cedar Rapids, a former pupil of the bride, and Edward Osburn of Des Moines. * * * As a prelude to the double ring ceremony, Mrs. Ronald Ream, pianist, played "Andante" from "Sonata V" by Mozart, "Andante" from "Concerto in G Minor" by Mendelssohn, "Love Song" by Friml, "Wedding Prelude," F. Liszt, arranged by Schreiner, and "The Voice That Breathed O'er Eden That Earliest Wedding Day" by Schreiner, and accompanied her daughter, Joyce Lynn Ream, flute soloist, who played "On" Wings of Song" "by Mendelssohn, "Nocturne" by Chopin and "Salut d' Amour" by E. Elgar. Mrs. Ream played "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner as the processional and "Recessional" by Mendelssohn. After the vows were taken, the Rev. Mr. Bys sang "The Lord's Prayer" as part of the ceremony. * * * Mr. Sweany gave his daughter in marriage. She wore an all-white floor - length gown of imported Swiss organdy with sculptured bodice accentuated with portrait collar and short sleeves in Rialto design embroidery. The bouffant skirt, enhanced at the edge in the same embroidery, fell to meet a double flounce underskirt. Her tiny gauntlets were of organdy. She carried an old-fashioned nosegay of white carnations trimmed with white net and white satin picot ribbon and showered with narrow white picot ribbons. Maid of honor was Meredith Osburn and bridesmaid, Miriam Osburn, of Des Moines. The attendants, who are lifelong friends of the bride, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Osburn of Des Moines, formerly of Carroll. They wore identical gowns of white Swiss organdy in a miniature Ri- (Paige A Paltte Photo) Mr, and Mrs. Blackwell alto design over ice blue taffeta, styled with sleeveless, molded bodices enhanced with ice blue satin cummerbunds, each caught to the back in a large butterfly,, bow over a full ballerina-length skirt. Pleat' ed .cuffs and bow trim adorned their ice blue satin mitts. Their headpieces were tiaras of white illusion leaves fronted with sprays of tiny seed pearls. They carried small colonial bouquets of • white carnations. Best man was Clifford Cloonen of Cedar Rapids and groomsman, Paul Moseman, Cedar Rapids. Ushers were Andrew Groen of Chatfield, Minn., and William Thomas of Dow City. * * * A reception for 250 guests in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke was held at 4:30. I In receiving the guests, the! bride's mother wore a princess 1 style dress of white Venice-type' lace over aqua mist taffeta with matching accessories and the bridegroom's mother, beige lace, with white accessories. Each had a corsage of white carnations, The serving table was decorated with crystal candelabra, the wedding cake and the bride's bouquet. At" the punch bowls were Mrs. Clark Mechem of Thompson and Mrs. Charles Cabalka 6f Ames. Jewel Jackson and Bertha Anneberg cut the bride's cake. Mrs. Andrew Groen of Chatfield, Minn., attended the guest book. * '* * • When Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell left on a two-week trip in Minnesota, the bride wore an elf brown hoopring etched print dress with full shirred skirt and velveteen trim. Her accessories weje white. August 111s the couple's at home date. After September 1, their new address will be 4746 "E" Avenue NE, Cedar Rapid?, Iowa. i * * * The former Miss Sweany attended Iowa State' College, Ames, where she affiliated with Kappa Pelta sorority, and received her B. A. degree from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, in 1P56. She taught jn Arthur School at Cedar Rapids last year. The bridegroom, who served in the 'armed forces two years, re- oHvpd his degree in electrical engineering from the Missouri v ^flool of Mines at Rolla, Mo. His fraternities are Tbeta Tau and Eta Kappa Nu. He is also a member of the American Institute of Electrical Engineers.* Mr. Blackwell is a research engineer in the systems division of Collins Radio Company at Cedar Rapids. Out-of-town wedding guests in addition to the bridegroom's parents included Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Sweany, East Lansing, Mich.; Mr. Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Flennlken and daughter, Carol, came home Sunday from a two-week vacation trip. They spent a week- at Denver, visited Mrs. Flenniken's mother, Mrs. Anna Eganhouse, at Bellevue, la., and spent a few days at Antigo, Wis., with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Seamans and family, formerly of Carroll. ALWAYS F i R SI QUALITY! IF YOU'RE THE GAL WHO s e,$jnon * h » be<t p rie# »onywhw Shop Penney August White Goods... you can't afford not to! PENNEY'S BREAKS PRICES ON 133-COUNT, FIRST-QUALITY NATION-WIDE 9 MUSLIN SHEETS! At PenneyV*-and only at P»nney**l Huge saving* on th« finest 133-count muslins made In America — Penney'* own Nationwide*. Sheets made to Penney's own specifications by the nation's top mills I Smooth, comfortable ... they're sheets you can really count on for years of top service I And you don't have to take our word for it—cause bur label tells all. Thread count, tensile strength, quality of cotton, selvages. Every last quality feature is down in black and white for you to compare. See them today I / 81 by 108 inch fltt or full fitted Sanforized f bottom 72 by 108 inch flat or twin fitted Sanforized* bottom ... 1.68 my 99 inch flat... 42 by 36 inch cases tWon't shrink more than 1* .1-.68 ,37* \ ***** Beulah Osborne of Carroll and niece, Janice Provost of Lake 1 View, are back from a 10-day vacation in Colorado They visited Mr. and Mrs. Tony Wiedemeyer and family, formerly of Carroll, at Englewood, and Miss Osborne's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wollenzien, and family^at Derby. Returning Thursday, TOSS Osborne spent the remainder of her two-week vacation with the Byron Provost family at Lake View Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stangl of Atlantic, Mr. and Mrs. Fr a n k Stangl and Mardelle Vogt of Carroll returned Sunday night from Claremont, Minn., where they attended the baptisnuof Mr. and Mrs. Warren Stangfs infant son, Kevin Merle. Merle Stangl and Mardelle Vogt were the sponsors. Mr. and Mn. Paul Wieland and sons,, Billy and Danny, and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wieland returned Friday ijight from Lacrosse, Wis., where they visited 11 Sr. Mary Lawrence, daughter of jthe Lawrence Wielands, at Villa St. Joseph, Sr. M. Bernadita, who is an aunt of Mrs Paul Wieland, and three cousins who are nuns at St. Rose Convent. They were accompanied to Carroll by Sr. M. Francetta of LaCrosse, who attended funeral services for her brother, Herman Venteicher, Sat- urdsay morning at St. Mary's Church in Willey Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin and children, , Jill, Scott and Robyn, returned Sunday after va- catibqin'g^at Trout Lake in northern* Wisconsin "for two weeks. Danny Reislng, who spent a month with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Wieland, returned to his home at Melrose Park, HI., Saturday. Mr*. Don Dixon and daughter, Claudia, left for their home at Denver, Colo., Sunday night after visiting Mrs. Dixon's parents, Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Otto, and other refatives. They were accompanied by Mrs. Dixon's nieces, Kristy and Kitty Brinkman,' who will spend two weeks with them. Claudia, who had been here three weeks, was joined by her moth* er Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Nockets and children, Louise, Jim and Joe, returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji, where they spent a week at the summer home of Mr. Nockels' mother, Mrs. H. L. Bell, on Sunset Beach. • Mrs. Jesse W. Salsbury and daughter, Joni, returned Monday morning from Hampton where they were called e week ago Sunday by the death of Mrs. Salsbury' s brother-in-law Bert Kerr, who succumbed unexpectedly of a heart attack, Funeral services for Mr. Kerr were held at Hampton Tuesday. Sandra Salsbury. drove to Hampton Saturday to return with her "mother and sister. They were accompanied by Mrs. Salsbury's bister, Mrs. Verle $arth of Greene 'who will remain here for » few days' visit Dr. Gersldlne Light of Chicago, who came here to attend the wedding of Janet Sweany and William BlackweU Sunday, left Monday afternoon, for Humbojdt to join her (employed there during the corn de- 1 tisseling season. They will return to'Chicago Tuesday. • and Mrs. Don Warner, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and\Mrs. Charles Warner,. Fort Dodge; thV Rev. and Mrs. Orf and Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Osburn, Des Moines- Mrs. Robert M. Peters and Mrs. David Ash, Nevada; Dr Geraldine Light, Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cabalka, Ames; Judge and Mrs. Bruce M. Snell, Ida Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Gehling, Grand Meadow,, Minn., and Mrs. Vern Postal, Sibley. • # • ' The bridal dinner, given by the bridegroom's parents for members of the bridal party, was held' in the dining room of Hotel Burke at 6 o'clock Saturday evening. White flowers and blue net were arranged as the table's centerpiece. The bride and groom presented gifts to the members of the bridal party at the dinner, which was followed by the wedding rehearsal in the new Methodist Church. * * * Members of the bridal party, parents and out of - town guests were entertained at a buffet luncheon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bauerle after the morning worship service in the' % Methodist Church Sunday. Hosts and hostesses with Mr. and Mrs. Bauerle were Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers and Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lehman. The buffet table was decorated with gladioli. Social Calendar Tuesday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. G. Smith Thomas, Hotel Burke. Thursday- Ladies Aid Society flower show and guest day, Lutheran Church parlors. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Newcomers Club Picnic Attended by 38 Nineteen couples of the Newcomers Club attended a potluck picnic dinner in the Graham Park shelterhouse at 6:30 Saturday evening. Each couple brought chicken for the dinner which was served at trestle tables centered with various summer fans. Background music was played during the dinner. * * * The evening was spent with cards and dancing. Door prizes were won by Mrs. B. H. Walden and Rex Brower. Mrs. Doran Brogden was chairman of the party committee. Two Hostesses Entertain For Lorraine Hess Mrs. Cy Hulsebus and Mrs. Vincent Baumhover honored Loraine Hess at a prenuptial coffee in Mrs. Hulsebus' home at 9:30 Saturday morning. A centerpiece of pink roses and white candles', carrying out Miss Hess' colors, decorated the serving table which was covered with a pink cloth. • * * Guests included Mrs. Bennett Hammond of Spokane, Wash.; Mrs. Joe Dellere of Omaha; Mrs. Carl J. Hess, mother of the bride- elect; Mrs. H. J. Olerich, Mrs. Leo Mayr, Mrs. Don Boell, Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen, Mrs. Richard Steensen, Mrs. Frank W. Beiter, Marlita Bliss, Judee Hess and Maxine Reinhart. The hostesses presented a gift to Miss Hess, who will marry Kenneth Quinn of Lake View August 17 at SS. Peter and Paul 's Churcn. AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFOttr CARROLI ^ • Ends Tuesday • jji DARRYL f. ZANUCK'S ISLAND '"""SUN I COlO* «v 01 IU«< ft«Ha«e« ky feth e«fttwvy .|'M Op»n 6:45 Pt m» CARROLL OUTDOOR rilfi A I RF • Ends Tutsdoy • ' SAGA OP WEST1RN GUN jusncei "Gun for a Coward" Unl\>«rMMnt»m«Uon»l Plotur* .Cln«m»Scon» in B»»tm»n Color Prtd MMMURRY Jeffrey HUNTI* Janice- IUM.I ©pan 7t15 p, m. .

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