Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 2, 1957 · Page 3
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, August 2, 1957
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Toastmlstress Editor Honored While in Carroll Honoring Mrs. Helen.Peterson of Long Beach, Calif., editor of the Toastmlstress International magazine, a no-hostess luncheon was held at Hotel,Burke Thursday. The group of seven Carroll Toast- mistresses- lunching, with Mrs. Peterson /included Mrs. R. M. Moehn, president of the Carroll club, Mrs. Edna Collins, Miss Zella Daeges, Mrs. J. J. Meyers, Mrs. Richard Meridith, Miss Madeline White and Mrs. Inesa Pfiester. * * * Mrs. Peterson Was a visitor here for a few hours Thursday with Mrs. Collins and Miss Daeges whom she met at the Toastmistress International convention in Dallas, Tex., last month. 700 Attend Flower Show of Ladies Aid Roland Heutons Entertain on First Birthday of Son Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heuton entertained relatives Thursday night, celebrating the first birthday of their son, Randy. The party was held at the home of Mrs. Heuton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boell. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Duane Heuton and family, Nemaha; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Heuton and j Lutheran Mrs. Ida Grundmeier won three first prizes at the annual flower show of the Ladies Aid Society of St; Paul's Lutheran Church, coupled with a guest day meeting* in the church.parlors Thursday afternoon. Flowers and house plants from the homes of members of the society were arranged on long tables in the show, which was judged by Mrs. T. G\ Ralph. ' Mrs. Grundmeier placed first in altar arrangements, with honorable mention going to Mrs. Chris Subbert. Winner of first prize in the house plant division was Mrs. Albert Janssen. Honorable mention went to Mrs. C' L. Piatt. Mrs. Grundmeier was also awarded first prizes in floral arrangements and miniatures. Mrs. Janssen received honorable mention in floral arrangements and Mrs. Piatt, in miniatures. Other prizes were received by Mrs.. Robert Beidler of Hibbing, Minn., and Selma Klockman. The flower show was in charge of Mrs. Larry Jung and Mrs. Ted Krogh. * * * Approximately 100 members and guests were present. Members of the Auburn and Lake City Ladier Aid societies Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Friday, Aug. 2, 1M7 Mrs. Hills Entertains for Her Two Nieces Mrs. J. W. Hills gave a swimming party Wednesday afternoon for her nieces, Susan and Elizabeth Lennox of Chicago. Guests were 12 of the visitors' friends. After the group returned to the Hills home from the American Legion Pool, Mrs. Hills served dessert. * * * She presented gifts to Susan and Elizabeth and also a gift to Cheri Porter of Butte, Mont., who is visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks. Susan and Elizabeth returned to Chicago Friday after visiting Mr. and Mrs. Hills since Monday. TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. William Wannlnger of Manning announce the engagement and approaching marrlnge of their daughter, Snlly, to Harold Rel- daughter. Jeanie, Lake City; Mrs. j had been given special invitations! man, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Minnie Wohlenberg. Mr. and Mrs. • to attend. Other guests were pres- Clarence Heuton and family, Mr. ; ent from Minnesota, Lidderdale ; and Mrs. Floyd Boell. Mr. and 1 and Carroll. j Mrs. William Boell and daughtersl The meeting opened with the! and Mr. and Mrs. Don Boell and j singing of the hymn, "Praise to; son, Jimmy. Lunch was served, and was presented with gifts. the Lord, the Almighty." Pastor Harold Kieck read scripture and offered prayer. Mrs. Albert Janssen, president 1 garden flowers and white tapers, of the society, welcomed the' The next meeting will be Thurs- members and guests. ! da y afternoon, Sept. 5. * * * I The program featured the show-|"T C i rnr .|/ 3 4- r . r | ingot colored slides by Miss' CI I I jJ IC IvJl I CD. of A. Regular Meeting Erma Aron who recently returned if* ["**) «-f A I— loc to her home in Lidderdale after' v -" ^ • Ul ' v - 1 ,u::) teaching in American Schools in Germany for % three years. Miss Aron showed slides of a tulip festival in Holland and flow-; ers in Scotland, England, Ger-j many and the Holy Land, with! comments throughout the show-j I in f" • 4 . , . T „ i ton Thursday night l Lonny Andreasen 'and Lowell j _. Sundermann played two trombone duets, "Flower Song" by Gounod and "Chantez." Mrs. A.A. Henning and Mrs. Otto Wittkopp ! sang two duets. "Old . Fashioned Garden" and "Mighty Lak a Rose," accompanied by Mrs. Vic Jons, pianist. The program had been arrang AIR CONDITIONED Programs for the coming year were distributed at a regular meeting of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, in the church basement at Templen Thursday night. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Raphael Knobbe, grand regent. The rosary was led by the Rev. William Buchholz. * * * The entertainment committee consisted of Mrs. Bernard Willenborg, chairman. Celia Wagner and Mrs. Alfred Weitl. ed by Mrs. Roy Heuton and Mrs. Members of the lunch committee Jons. were Mrs. Phil Kennebeck, Mrs. * * * Earl Kerkhoff, Mrs. Alphonse Concluding the afternoon, lunch j Kerkhoff, Mrs. John Kisgen, Mrs. was served by Group II of the so-i Herman Kitt, Mrs. Bernard Klein, ciety, under chairmanship of Mrs.; Mrs. Raymond Klocke and Anna L. M. McCullom Mrs. Janssen j Kettman. was at the coffee service. The tables were laid with yel- Auxiliary's Past Presidents Fete Mrs. Tonn Mrs. Martin Tonn, who is moving soon to Moorhead, Minn., was honored at a no-hostess dessert- bridge of the Past Presidents Parley of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, in the | Lariat room of Pauline's Cafe at ; 8 o'clock Thursday evening. 1 The group presented Mrs. Tonn with a parting gift. * * * Following the serving of dessert : and coffee, a short business meet- j ing was held. I Mrs. H. J. Traner was installed ! as president of the parley, suc- j ceeding Mrs. L. R. Chapman, 'and i Mrs. Frank Fister was installed as ———————— — j secretary - treasurer, replacing | low cloths and decorated with 1 Mrs. F. P. Collison. Plans were made for the coming year's activities. * * * Mrs. Tonn and Mrs. T. J. Ker-j win were winners of pinochle prizes and Mrs. Clem White and Mrs. Chapman, bridge prizes. The group meets every three | months, the next meeting to be the I first week in October at Mrs. Chapman's home. DEMONSTRATING A SONG . . . Children In the supervised recreation program at Graham Park demonstrate an action song under the leadership of Betty Kingston, director of the program, which Is sponsored by the Distributors and Whole­ salers Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce tn cooperation with the city council and park commission. The season will close August 16. (Staff Photo) Reiman, Route 3, Carroll. The wedding will take place at fl a.m. October 5 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. (Paige & Paige Photo) Social Calendar Saturday— Bridge -mixer, 8 p .m., C a r r oil Country Club. " * Tuesday- Senior Immaculata Guild potluck dinner, St. Joseph's hall. Rosary and Altai Society, SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium, J Women's golf event, 3:30 p.m, Country Club. Farewell Given for Joe Dreeses Mr. and Mrs. Joe Drees were given a surprise farewell party Thursday night at their farm home northeast of Carroll. They are moving next week into their newly- purchased home at 1719 North West Street. The men played euchre and the women, court whist. Donna Mae Meiners won the high score prize and Mrs. Marvin Boell, low. * * * The visitors brought lunch which they served at the close of the evening. They presented Mr. and Mrs. Drees with a purse. In the group were: Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boell, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil, Boell, Mr! and Mrs. Jack Kastle, Dianna and David Kastle, Todd Keith, Mr. and Mrs. George Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Golwitzer, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Meiners, Donna Mae and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Aloys Kanne, Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Drees and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Drees, Kristy Lou and Randy. COOL COMFORT CARROiL SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY A prize for the birthday nearest to the meeting date went to Mrs. Elizabeth Daeges. * * * The court made plans for a 6:30 potluck dinner at the next meeting, Sept. 5. 1* Maple River Society Comes to Carroll For a Picnic Supper Thirty - five members of the Maple River Altar Society joined in a picnic Tuesday evening in the shelterhouse at Graham Park, Carroll. A prize for having a birthday nearest the picnic date was awarded to Hyacinth Bellinghausen, for being the most prompt to Helen Bromert, and for being the most courteous to Mrs. Steve Loew. Bingo was played during part of the evening and prizes were given to the winners. A guessing prize was won by Mrs. Francis Zimmerman and a contest prize by Mrs. Loren Heinrich. * * * Tables were decorated with miniature swimming and fishing scones. Members of the committee were Mrs. Lawrence Wittry, chairman, Mrs. Tony Bruening, cochairman, Mrs. Edwin Tigges, Mrs. Dan Halbur, Mrs. Nick Wittry, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Mrs. Ed Heinrich and Mrs. LaVerne Bernholtz. CINTUIV.'OX H«r Pit Slug!' M B«mardine" "Technique" "Love Letter* In The S»nd" PAT BOONE TERRY MOORE JANET GAYNOR DEAN JAGGER BERNARDINE COlOtky MtUXI m Continuous Show Sunday . . . From 1:15 P. M. LCINBMASCOPE SAMUIl 0. ENGEl • NINRY LEVIN THEODORE REEVES - »**''* MAI* CHAM »< »»fcn4 * Ma« t. Jut* Mf 0«k* MOM, Fi;ee 8x10 Photo of Pat Boone . . To the First 500 in the Theatre . . . Sunday Showing Now Thru Saturday ... "KRONOS" Plus "THE SHJE DEVIL" Rhonda Sporrer |Celebrates Sixth 'Birthday at a Party i Mrs. Duane Sporrer gave a | birthday party Wednesday after- j I noon for her daughter, Rhonda' ! non for her daughter. Rhonda i i Lynn, who was six years old. I ! After the children had played; i games in Minchen park, lunch was j served at a picnic table on the! | Sporrer lawn. Pictures were taken \ \ during the afternoon. ! | The youngsters included Rhonda i Lynn's cousins. Bobby and .loyce j Sturm, Barby, Craig and Steve' [ Oswald, Sherry, Tom and Karen I Sporrer; Rhonda Lynn's aunt, I Judy Fleskes; and Janice Schleis- i man. Bobby Boes, Deborah Klahn,! I Nancy Schleisman, Pam Hage- ; dorn, Becky Bennett and Debbie; and Kathy Maneman. [ * * » 1 Other guests were Rhonda! Lynn's grandmothers, Mrs. Wil- j liam Sporrer and Mrs. Ed Fleskes, j aunts, Mrs. Bob Oswald and Mrs. j j Ted Sturm, and Mrs. Gerald Maneman. ! Rhonda Lynn received birthday gifts. BRAIDING KEY CHAINS . . . Linda Fabrlcius and Mary Morrison, assistants in the supervised recreation program at Graham Park, direct the children In braiding plastic key chains. A picnic Luncheon and Shower Honor Miss Langenfeld Mrs. L. B. Weslendorf and Mrs. Louis Nagl honored their niece, Sandra Langenfeld. at a 1 o'clock prenuptial luncheon and linen and exhibition or work will be held at the park on August 15. Average attendance during the season has been between 70 and 80 children dally. Ages are 5 to 10 years. (Staff Photo) shower in Mrs. Weslendorf s home , anf) Lakp Park Rapids , Minn Thursday afternoon. Twenty They spent, two days of their vaca- guests from Breda and Carroll (jnn with Mr and MrR Harold were entertained. : p P t erson at Little Pine Lake, Per- Table decorations and appoint- \ ham, Minn, ments were in the rainbow colors, j The centerpiece of the dining table ; J ronton Counlec consisted of a bride and groom* * cr a»"° n V-OUpieS doll with a flower arrangement, i Ate DOCK trOttl Trip To Ontario, Canada Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark return- \ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beste and ed Wednesday from a two-week children, Bobby and Barbara, of visit with Mrs. Clark's brother and j St. Charles, Mo., accompanied by sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley | Mr. Beste's mother, arrived Thurs- Herman. at Kola Tepee Lodge, Is-1 day night to visit Mrs. Beste's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick P. Culbertson, and grandmother, Mrs E. C. Park, until Sunday, when they will leave for Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji. Flowers were used on the smaller tables. * * * Following the luncheon, traveling Mr. and Mrs. Clem Luchtel returned Thursday from Pontiac. Mich., where they had visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Scharfenkamp and family, and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Luchtel Jr. Missionaries in Burma Visit at Jongewaard Home (Time* Herald Newt Service) ' SCRANTON - Visitors In the' home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard are Mr. and Mrs. George Supplee of Columbia, S. C, and Mr. and Mrs. Don Crider and three children who are ori furlough from missionary work in Burma. ' Mrs. Roxie Tiler of Des Mojnes was a caller at the Leo Keppla home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hunt and family and Mrs. B. C. Reece and Mr. and Mrs. John Still and family and Joan Fiser have taken cottages at Springbrook Park for a week. i Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cadden and family of Ames were Sunday visitors at the Cassius Cadden home. Donelly Black of Minneapolis visited his mother. Mrs. Dora Black, in the hospital last week. j Roger Bourgeois 'New President of Lake City Jaycees | (Ttm« Herald $*n% flervlre) \ LAKE CITY — Roger Bourgeois was elected president of the ; Lake City Jayceer at their regu- ; lar meeting July 24 at the city of- : fice here. He will fill the vacancy 1 created by the moving of Dr, Dan Chapman to Mt Pleasant. Ralph | Johnson, vice president, opened I the meeting. New members initi: ated were Rudy Engstrom, Gary •Wood and Floyd Bell. Before the meeting, the mem- j bers had a work session and paint- j ed 200 posts on the parking lot at j the new swimming pool. Later in j the week, they pu' the roof on the i swimming pool concession stand ; which is to be operated by Jay- ;cees with Rudy Engstrom in 1 charge. (Time* Herald New* Service) SCRANTON - Mr. and Mrs bingo was plaved and the bride-• Kenneth Juergens and Mr. and I and family. Mr. and Mrs. Schar- elect was presented with her show-: Mrs. Carl Hansen returned home j fenkamp and family came here er g ifts : frpm Ontario, Canada, Monday. June 29 to visit the Luchtels, other 8 ' , Thev were on a fishing trip at! relatives and friends in this vicin- ; Eagle Lake. I itv - Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Einer Anderson 1 „ . „ " , and Richard Anderson attended Mr " kand . John •»««««• the wedding of Bob Anderson in came home Thursday m or n in g Lakota Friday. I from Spint Lake ' wnere tney nad Miss Langenfeld will marry James Ulveling of Breda August 10 at the St. Lawrence Church here. BAPTISMAL SERVICE (Tlme» Herald .New* Servlre) WESTS1DE - Mr. and Mrs. Dan Peters and lulie Ann were weekend guests at the George Pe since Sun- Mr. and ; been guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. R Mr. and Mrs. Bob Anderson of Mc c 0 y at their cottage Swea City are visiting Richard j day Tne j uergens an d Anderson for a few days. j Mrs McCoy and son David were Mr. and Mrs. Lester Donelson | entertained by Mr. and Mrs. C. U. "iiiiiV Ann 1 went to Marshalltown on Sunday < Fisher and daughter Nancy of ters home in Manning. Julie; A" n j and met Mr . and Mrs . Kenneth ' Glidden at dinner in their cottage was baptized at z ' on 'f heran Donelson for a picnic. Kurt and: on West Okoboji Wednesday eve- Church in Sunday. Spon- D onelson. who had been I ning. sors were Darly« and Paul Voll-, ^ jn )hp LeRter Donp , son i _ stedt. Dinner war semri at tne h & ^ ^ home j Luchtel. they went to Morgan, home of Mr a J MGww ^ _ (h (heir |s Minn.. July 9 to viist the Luch- Tk^^i^^A, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson tels- son-in-law and daughter, Remember Way Back When Now Showing Thru Saturday ... "Quiet Gun" — "Cha Cha Cha Boom' CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE SUNDAY MONDAY TUESDAY! ^ v JAMES STEWWT at Lucky Unoyi THE SPIRIT Aoisuouisr Mi. and Mrs. Ed Kerkhoff and family, also the Mervin Kerkhoff family at Morgan and the Lowell Peterson and Marcel Hoffmann families at Sleepy Eye. Leaving Minnesota July 12, Mr. and Mrs. Luchtel went with the Jack Schar- fenkamps to their home at Pontiac, • urniiam Potorsnn nnri i ""' \"T " c «. B, u C "-i! g oi "g through Wisconsin and ferry- la and Mrs. William Peterson and, mogt of , a8t week at Lake Okoboji | f » cross the strait to Michigan. Kay. : with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sills. , Thpv arrived at Pontiac July 13> Mark Peters, who had beeni «»„ —i »«-- rx ..:-u t r._ : . ^, Hugo Wilhelm. Westside; Mr. and of Ogden were supper guests Sun- Mrs. George Peters. Cynthia and day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. David. Larry Genzen. Mr. and: Morris Calder. Mrs. Dan Peterr Michael, Mark,; Sunday guests at the home of and Julie Ann, Ames. Afternoon : Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pleshek were visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Ray j \i r . and Mrs. Jesse Bryant of Vollstedt and Darlys and Paul, j Sheldahl. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kuhl of Manil- Mr . and Mrs . Joe Pleshek spent [ most of last week at Lake Oko with Mr. and Mrs. Dale Sills. Mr and Mrs Dwight Bair and: Mr / a nd Mrs. Luchtel also accom- staying at the home of Mr and ; f „ atlended a Horse Show • ; -—^ Mr a nd~Mrs~cie'iu^Luchtel Mrs. Hugo Wilhelm for t h r e e Col ) ins Sunday j panieci mr. ana .virs. ciem Lucniei months, returned to Ames with, ' Tne ' genenU meeting of t h e! n ve .L visit with the oarentV of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pe- 1 w<;r n * h Priri _., ,„,,, , fi in ; e oa > V. , tne P arems 01 ters. Michael Peters, who nasi - . .*? R - ulj . 26 '- ln ! Mrs - Luchtel Jr been staying in the home of Mr ,, mirf>n wim „ nrpspn , A „ or Appr0xjma(ely m Ms ^ Nineteen Forty-Seven— Miss Lois Kerper started to work as deputy city clerk today. She succeeds Mrs. Dorothy Bayer, the former Dorothy Barr, who has held the post since October 1946. Nineteen Forty-Seven— Miss Anne Loretta Spellman of Woodward, former Carroll County extension home economist, and Philip H. Poland of Tipton, former county extension director,, were married at 9 a.m. Saturday in Assumption Church at Granger. Nineteen Forty-Seven— Herbert G. Gutschmidt Jr., Sp. 2-C, who has been stationed at Attu, Alaska more than a year, arrived home last night to spend a 28-day leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Gutschmidt. Nineteen Forty-Seven— The forecast shortage of gasoline struck Carroll yesterday as two dealers in Standard Oil Company gas hung out "No Gas" signs. The gas situation for tourists was described as good in the east but westward travelers were cautioned as each car is allotted only five gallons per stop in the western part of the nation. also returned to Ames with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Pe ters. Sgt. Glenn Juergens of Forbes Bear Lake, Mich , for a ! Air Force Base, Topeka, Kan., ar" rived Thursday night to spend the weekend with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bayley, and his grandfather. Cord Juergens of courses j Glidden, who is in St. Anthony Friendship Hall of the Methodist , „ „ t , ,, ; Church with 25 present. After the and Mrs. George Peters of Man- !reRular business mee ting. conduct- 1 co |w e s offer journalism !?!?* HJh A ™ 6 «.uS nt Sf- pd by the president, Mrs. Paul; in the U.S.. according to the En- j Hospital. Sgt. Juergens has jwt"£ Robson. a demonstration by two cyclopedia Britannica. ! turned from Greenland. 4-H girls, Jackie Caskey and —— 1 . —•—» Sherry Sue Robbins, was put on. The girls demonstrated the mak- Members are selected for the 1 ing of pillow covers. Mrs. Alfred Hall of Fame of Great Americans Thompson, program chairman, every five years. Only persons; had the lesson. Daisy Toben was dead 25 years or more are eligi- j tea chairman Mrs. Harold Hutch- ble. ison led devotions, \ Open 7:15 P. M. . . . First Show at Dusk! Children Under 12 . Adulti 60c . Free! LATE OWL SHOW SATURDAY NITEI ZOMBIES OF MORA TAU AT THE STARLINE BALLROOM Saturday/ August 3 HANK WINDER Tuesday, August 6 PEE WEE HUNT Admission: $1.50 (Tax Incl.) A LITTLE BIRD TOLD ME . .. The best place to. take all of my cleaning is to DELUXE Cleaners and Launderers. They Get Clothes Clean, Crisp/ New Looking. And I Can Save 10% by Using Their Convenient Drive-in Service! DELUXE CLEANERS an LAUNPEREKI

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