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August 1, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Friends Give Farewell For Irene Reinbold A no-hostess dinner party at Club 30 Wednesday evening honored Irene Reinbold, who Is leaving Saturday for Spirit Lake. Participants were Janice Engelen, Louise Bowler, Janice and Barbara Rutten, Faye Butler, Connie Laurinat. Barbara Jensen, Janet Sehenkelberg and Janet Schoenjahn, all of whom are cm- ployed in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. They presented Mrs. Reinbold with a parting gift. . * * * Mrs. Reinbold, who is assistant chief operator in the company's offices here, will be chief opera tor at Spirit Lake. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug. 1, 1957 Bridge-Mixer at Carroll Country Club Saturday, August 3rd A bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 3. Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. Dean Oxenford and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall. -~ Reservations are to-be made with either Mrs Lerdall or Mrs. Oxenford by 6 p.m. Friday, August a. Witt rock-E ischeid Vows Taken in Church Rites Only: [ 9 knows the secret of Too cin't boot the lest! SET WEDDING DATE ... Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Glidden announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Shirley Mae, to Dale T. Fogcrty, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fogerty of Carnarvon. The wedding will take place Saturday morning, August 31, at Holy Family Church in Lidderdale. Miss Kramer attended the American Institute of Business In Des Moines. Her fiance, who attended Iowa State College, Ames, will enter the University of Colorado at Boulder In September. (Rohner Studio Photo) Dr. and Mrs. J. V. Finnegan and children, Patricia, Michael and Joseph, of St. Louis^, Mo., arrived Wednesday night to spend their vacation with Dr. Finnegan's aunts, Misses Rose and Agnes Finnegan. - Verena Eischeid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eischeid of Carroll, and Romen Wittrock, son of Mrs. Frank Wittrock of Halbur and the late Mr. Wittrock, were married at 8:30 a.m. Thursday, August 1, in Holy Angels Church at Roselle. The ceremony took place on the 30th wedding anniversary of the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alois Eischeid of Algona, who were among the wedding guests. The Rev. W. Richard Graf performed the doubie ring service and read the nuptial mass. The organ processional was "Wedding March' by L. Bottazzi. Young women of the parish sang the proper of the mass, Gregorian Mass and "Alme Pater." As the bride carried an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with multi-looped Madonna blue satin, to the Blessed Virgin's altar, the choir sang "Salve Regina." • * * . The bride's gown was fashioned of rosepoint lace and tulle over satin. The island neckline was enhanced by a shirred bodice. An apron of lace fell over the floor- length skirt of tulle ruffles and continued into a chapel sweep. The bride's silk illusion veil was held to a tiara entirely encrusted with sequins and seed pearls. She carried a simplicity - styled arched cascade bouquet of white carnations over knotted white satin showers, centered with a detachable bridal corsage. Lenora Eischeid was maid of honor and Janice Eischeid, bridesmaid, for their sister. Irene Mayer, niece of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. . The maid of honor wore sun-glo and the bridesmaid, aqua, with shirred lace bodices and lace boleros. The skirts of tulle over taffeta featured alternating lace and tulle ruffles down the. center fronts and backs. The gowns were made by the bride. The attendants' half-hats were of lace and tulle with rhinestones and streamers. The maid of honor carried a summer nylon fan bouquet, accented with golden hue carnations, and the bridesmaid, a companion • designed summer fan in a toned aqua motif, with matching aqua carnations. The junior bridesmaid's white dress, designed like those of the other two attendants, had been made by her mother, Mrs. Leo Mayer. She carried a summer fan bququet combining the colors of golden-hue and toned aqua carnations. * * * Lloyd Drees, cousip of the bridegroom, was best man. Duane i Bueltel, brother-in-law of the bride, and Harold Wittrock, brother of the bridegroom, seated the guests. The bride's mother wore a cerise dress with pink and white accessories and the bridegroom's mother, gray lace over pink with pink and beige accessories. Their corsages were pink and white carnations. The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast in the bride's parents' home. Serving were Mrs. Walter Nees and Mrs. Ray Brincks, sisters of the bride. Garden flowers decorated the table. * * * One hundred guests were entertained at a noon dinner in the Roselle parish hall. White bells, white candles and nut cups in the bride's colors decorated the tables. The bride's cake was placed on wrdathed tipped huckleberry. An additional 25 guests attended a reception in the afternoon. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. Ted Starman, Mrs. Jim Dentlinger, Mrs. Ed Willenborg, Mrs. John Sibenaller, Mrs. Henry Schleisman, Mrs. Ed Dopheide, Mrs. Leo Staiert and Mrs. John Hannasch. Serving were Mrs. LeRoy Klocke, Mrs. LaVern Langel, Mrs. Darrell Berg, LaVonne Starman, Colleen Haverman, Kathy Danie.1, Barbara Heinrichs and Lois Steinkamp. * * * At the reception, Mrs. Marvin Eischeid and Mercedes Kirsch cut the bride's cake. Bernice Gross had charge of the gift .book and Alberta Eischeid, sister of the bride, the guest book. When the couple leaves on a trip to Colorado, the bride will wear a pink silk and cotton dress with black and white accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Wittrock will live on a farm one mile south of Halbur, with Halbur as their address. The bride attended Holy Angels School, Roselle, and the bridegroom, St. Augustine's School, Halbur. Spray Mist for daytime.,'.gay and frtth a* « 'sparkling sea...it's that rarity among fragrances.. .a pick»you-up that 1fi£t»l Spray it on your hair K face, every precious inch of you . IIIIIIMI- 111 II lit II f L* SpTdy Mist . . .for romantic evening'hours..,wear it, and even in the dark he'll know it's you. It's the fabulous new American fragrance wen French women are talking about »».»»»».»,,«»,». 22$L Entertain New Residents Of The Community Women of the Commission on Membership of the CarroH Methodist Church entertained new Methodist women of the community at a coffee Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. J. W. Wilson. r Twenty-four women made up the group of guests and hostesses. Women members of the commission are Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Guy Jones, Mrs. Merrill Rogers; Mrs. Richard Meridith. Mrs. B., B. Lehman and Miss Wilma Mohler. • » * Pink gladioli and purple petunias were used for table decorations. Miss Mohler poured. Breakfast Compliments Mrs. Haanstad Mrs. Gene Van Pelt and Mrs. Orville Baker entertained exemplar members of Epsilon Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, at breakfast in Mrs. Van Pelt's home Wednesday morning, as a farewell courtesy for Mrs. Wayne Haanstad. Breakfast was served from the dining table which was decorated with an arrangement of pink zln nias in a blue bowl. * * m The group presented a gift to Mrs. Haanstad, who is leaving soon to join Mr. Haanstad at their new home in Glenwood, Minn. Pat Heithoffs Birthday Observed At Masching Home A party wa*s held at the Clarence Masching home Tuesday, honoring Pat Heithoff on her 18th birthday. The evening was spent barbecuing steaks and playing cards. Those present were: Edna Masching, Marilyn Masching, Janice Knobbe, Lois Otto, J o 1 e n e Schirck, Joyce Schirck, Jim Pudenz, Bill McCarville, Orvie Ludwig, Larry Leiting, Dane Wernimont and Leon Baumhover. . Mrs. A. H. Munemann left Tuesday to spend several weeks with her sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Manemann and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mane- niann, in California. She accompanied Anthony to his home at Santa Ana, after he had been here for a visit. Mrs. Manemann will be joined later by Mr. Manemann, with whom she will return home. 79 Attend Meeting of Willey Sodality Seventy - nine members of St Mary's Rosary Sodality of St. Mary's Church, Willey; attended a regular meeting in the church besement Tuesday night. After the business session, which was conducted by Mrs. Paul Schumacher, president, members of the Willey Merry Maids 4-H Club gave a program. * * * Julia Wendl and Laurel Jean Broich demonstrated bed making and Mary Rose Liewer and Ruth Dopheide, hemming a dresser scarf. Mrs. Harold Uhlehkamp is the club leader. Ruth Dopheide played a violin solo, accompanied by Dolores Hav erman, pianist. * * * Doughnuts and coffee were serv ed, with Mrs. George Tigges and Mrs. Rudy Meyers pouring. Dorothy Zitlsperger and Mrs. Meyers were co-chairmen of the lunch and program committees. The door prize, donated by the lunch committee, went to Mrs. Mary Brincks. and Monday Limit—1 iel to i Customer Mend*, rtpalit, decoratet, h«m «• quickly, taiily. Jvtt Iron on — no tewing neceuery. Top* ttickt light to fabric when tyou apply preiiore with hot Iron. Stay* on through waihlng and cleaning. Ute to moid cottent, llnem, woolen*, or heavleit denim, or for appllquei, initial*, tie. 12 rolls ot "Seal" to a tet white und popular colon. Mad* to tell for 98c. DAVIS PAINT ASSOCIATE STORS C. W. NICOLL Owner Miss DeSart Of Lake City Wed in Montana (Timet Herald Newt Service) LAKE CITY - Florence DeSart of Lake City and James Cooley Jr. of BillingSi Mont., were married Saturday evening, July 27. The Rev. E. P. Clark of Billings performed the ceremony at his home. The bride is the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs.- Arthur DeSart of Lake City. Mr. Cooley is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Cooley Sr. of'Billings, Mont., wHo were the wedding attendants. * * * The bride wore a street-length dress of pink dacron with white accessories and corsage of pink and white roses. Mrs. James Cooley Sr. wore beige with white accessories and a corsage of red and white roses. * * * The bride-is a 1944 graduate of Lake City High School and the bridegroom, a 1944 graduate of the high school at Tulsa, Okla. He is also a graduate of Montana State Teachers College at Billings. Mr. and Mrs. Cooley will live at Red Lodge, Mont., where Mr. Cooley is a member of the high school faculty. Attend Annual Picnic of Harvey Family at Boone Mr. and Mrs. William Hughes of' Templeton, Mrs. Agnes Harvey of Omaha and Dr. andSMra. E. L. Harvey of Wayne, Neb., attended the • annual Harvey picnic at McHose Park, Boone, Sunday. Other relatives were .present from Stratford, Boone, Des Moines, Montour and Ellsworth, Ia„ and various places in Nebraska. Mr. and Mn. M. M. Barlow and children, Dalene. David arid Merrill III, are moving Thursday from 818 Simon Avenue into the residence at 618 West 15th Street. ^^^^^^^ POTATO CHIPS BATTLE FRONT . . . Sometimes it was a fight to the finish as customers crowded around Waters' display of "cats and dogs" Wednesday, battling for bargains in the first annual "Cats & Dogs Day" In Carroll. The outdoor tables of odds and ends were a big attraction for bargain hunters. (Staff Photo.) MAXWELL STREET, CHICAGO? ... No, this Is Adams street in Carroll, The crowds gathered around tables of merchandise on the sidewalks are looking for 'Cats & Dogs Day" bargains. It was a mighty big day, merchants reported, at customers picked up ridiculous bargains at ridiculous prices. (Staff Photo) Social Calendar Thursday- Ladies Aid Society flower show and guest day, Lutheran Church parlors. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country- Club. Tuesday- Senior Immaculata Guild potluck dinner. St. Joseph's hall. Rosary and Altai Society, SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium. Women's golf event, 3:30 p.m. Country Club. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Roland Kitchen of Slater, Mo., arrived Thursday morning to visit Mrs. Kitchen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. M. Murray, until the first, of the week. They were accompanied by Mrs. Kitchen's sister, Kay Murray, who had been with them for 10 days. Mrs. J. S. Wiseman of Austin, Tex., who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. John E. Tucker in Carroll and friends at Webster City since July 15, lett Thursday afternoon to visit her father, N. A. Buck, at Creston. She is Mrs. Trucker's niece. Donald Graham of Cedar Rapids is spending his vacation with his father and sister, A. J. Graham and Edith Graham. Mrs. Leo D. Saul returned Wednesday afternoon from Minneapolis, Minn., where she attended, the annual reunion of her relatives, the Williams family, at the home of her sister, Mrs. Arthur Nelson. She was accompanied back by another sister, Mrs. John Crawford of New London, who is spending a few days with her. • THIS SUNDAY • Farm Day Fun • at Riverview! • FREE SHOWS! Your favorite WHO stars In person! Gala shows on out• door stage. Afternoon, Eve• nlng. • FREE PRIZES! Afternoon and evening draw• ings. Two Mexican burros, G. • E. Refrigerator, G. E. Air . Conditioner, G. E. Dish wash• er, Westinghouse Range, • Westinghouse Portable TV, m G. E. Automatic Washer. Ab• solutely FREE! Just register • for your chance to win! ...» COME EARLY! « Parks opens 1 p. m. Sundays, 12 noon Wed., 6 p. m. other • days. Picnickers earlier, • Come—for the time of your . life! ' tfttVERViEW* A , J PARK X Ml MOIMIf Howard Thelen Places Third in Rifle Qualification ANSBACH, Germany — Army Specialist Third Class Howard H. Thelen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Thelen, Breda, Ia„ was granted a cash award for winning third place in the 75tb Field Artillery Battalion's recent M-l rifle qualifications near Ansbach, Germany. Specialist Thelen, a member of the battalion's Battery B, entered the army in February, 1956, and completed basic training at Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. He attended Iowa State College at. Ames. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. FOMIST TUCKER. CORDAY A HOAUCOK Mctom — CO.HIT -~ Ladies! Thurs. and Friday Nights Take Your Pick of Kitchen tools . .* If You Missed (Jetting Qne This Is Your Chance to Pick It Up? HAS SURGERY LIDDERDALE - Mrs. Herbert Aron of Lidderdale underwent surgery Wednesday morning at McCrary-Rost Hospital. Lake City. She was reported in good condition Thursday. Earrings date back to pre-hia- toric times. AIR CONDITIONED CARROLI • Starts Sunday • Pat Boone 20th Century-Fox pr.t.nt. eevon.»OBLUXB CINEHVIASCOPE: THEOMWEVES Free 8x10 Photo of Pat Boone to the First 500 Teen-Age Girls Buying a Ticket THUR. • FRI. .SAT. "Kronos" •nd "She Devil" Sxeltlng Inttrtainmtnt

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