Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 6, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 6, 1957
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Social Calendar Tuesday— Senior Immaculata Guild potluck dinner, St. Joseph's hall. tVomen's golf event, 3:30 [ Country Club. Wednesday- Catholic Daughters, K. of C p.m. hall. Thursday— Beulah Country Club family picnic, Southside park. Newcomers Club, Driftwood room, Hotel Burke. Bridge-luncheon* 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Class of '32 At Lake View Holds a Reunion (Tlmca Rertld News Service) LAKE VIEW - The class of 1932 held a reunion and picnic dinner at the Robert Carlson home Sunday, Aug. 4. Eighteen members of the graduating class and nine guests were present. One member, Mrs. Evelyn Elias Groppe, of Cheyenne, Wyo., call"ed the group and visited with them during the afternoon. ..Class members attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ellis and '. daughter, Jan Rae, Sioux City; . Mrs. Verda (Boom) Haradon, Sac City; Mrs. Mable <EUwanger) ..Webb, Galva, her daughter, San- .dra and a daughter-in-law; Chris , Peters, Des Moines; Mr, and Mrs. Ervin Thorpe and two children, . Sheila and Gary, Des Moines; Mr. and : Mrs. Sherman Bromley (Verla Eaton Bromley) and Jeff, Greg and Marcia; the Rev. and . Mrs. Olland McKinley, Mary and .Charles, South Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Otho McMurray (Mildred Irwin McMurray) and Garry .and Grant, Ankeny; and Mr. and ., Mrs. Bob Carlson and sons, Bill and John. * * * The group attended church to hear the Rev. McKinley deliver the morning sermon, "What a Time." An anniversary cake in blue and white decorated the buffet table and the class colors of blue and sliver were carried out with blue napkins printed with the silver 25. Plans, were made for another re; jmion in five years. No Meeting of Rosary, and Altar Society in August The Rosary and Altar Society of SS.. Peter and Paul's parish has dispensed with its August meeting, which would have been held this evening. The announcement is made by Florence McDonough, secretary. ~~ The next regular meeting will be Tuesday night, Sept. 3. Reports Given at Manning Meeting, Presbyterian Unit ^ (Timet Herald New* Service) MANNING — The Presbyterian Women's Organization met at the church Friday at 2 o'clock. Miss Viola Karstens gave the devotions and served as pianist for the opening. Miss Amanda Sievers gave a report on the church in Southeast Asia. . Letters of thanks for contributions were read from the Menaul School in Albuquerque, N.M. Mrs. C. J. Claussen,' chairman of the nominating committee, reported that Mrs. C. M. Johnson resigned as program secretary and will be replaced by Miss Verna Karstens. » » * Mrs. Grover Bartels reported sending 230 pounds of clothing to Church World Service, for "a total of 791 pounds for the year. A contribution was sent to Church World Service for processing the clothing. • The group decided to have the basement piano tuned. Reports on Synodical at Ames were given by Miss Julia Johnson, TlWei H»ril$ CiNWtf Iowa Tuesday, Aug, 6, 1957 TO WED IN SEPTEMBER . . . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wernimont of Carroll announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shirley, to Glenn WUUam Ru* piper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rupipcr of Templeton. Miss Wernimont is a deputy in the Carroll County treasurer's office. Mr. Rupiper Is employed by the Ozark Airlines at Rochester, Minn. The wedding will take place September 14 at the St. Lawrence Church here. "Sissy" Front Printed Pattern Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ortner of •'Cedar Rapids are spending part of a two-week vacation with Mr. Ortner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ortner, other relatives and friends. Accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pollastrlni, they went to^Mfc»?;.Okoboji Tuesday morn- ing^foir "several days. 3 |$iDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) «*»»»-.••• Pat Boone in Hi. Bernardine" AIR CONDITIONED r 'wwmnf* COOL CCAtFOXT Mrs. Harold Schmidt and Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn. The fall Presbyterial Rally will be held in Jefferson. A sack lunch was served following the meeting, with. Mrs. C. M. Johnson and Mrs. Wayne Sc >cd- er in charge. 9240* .< SIZB II—» Wednesday . . . One Night Only! 525 Reasons Why You Should Be Here Wednesday! Open at 6:45 p. m. Kid's Show Wednesday At 2:00 p. m. "Cartoon J, Carnival" S' *0 Minutes *f •iiu Your Favorite 'Cartoon Characters 25c for children Under 12 if rjse Ice Cream Bar to Each Child! Th« "sissy" front dr«ss— spans tht seasons so beautifully, In almost any fabric! Two necklines, two sleeve versions in our Printed Pattern make it ideal all year. Tucked bodice, flaring skirt—easy to sewt Printed Pattern 8340: Mines' Sizes 12. 14, 16, 18, 30. Size 16 takes 4% yards 35-lnch. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 8 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing, Send to Marian Martin, care or Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 333 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS with ZONE, SIZE and STYLE NBM BER. Junior Auxiliary At Arcadia Combines Meeting With Picnic (Time*' Herald No'ws Service) ARCADIA—Arcadia Junior Auxiliary held a monthly meeting August 1 with a picnic in the park. Eleven members were present. It was decided during the school year to hold the meetings on the second Saturday of every month. A nominating committee comprised of Gayle Brightwell, Lu- Ann Lammers and Donna Rae Andersen was appointed by the president, Eileen Schroder. Next month election of officers will be held and the year's activities will be planned by their leader, lone Andersen. * * * —. Donna Rae Schmitz gave a report on V. J. Day and all Juniors told why they enjoyed being members of the Auxiliary. , A picnic lunch was served and Ice cream was furnished by Mary Quinn and Kathy Kroeger. Mothers who attended were Mrs. Leon Andersen, Mrs. Warren Andersen, Mrs. Dean Brightwell, Mrs. Jay Quinn, Mrs. Lewis Schmitz- and Mrs* Joe Schroeder. Next meeting will be Saturday, Sept. 14. *RNDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) "Spirit of St. Louis" With James Stewart CARROLL OUTDOOR Buck Nite Wednesday . . . ONI NIOHT ONLY! SEE • e • 2 - Big Features - 2 Stage Coach to Fury .a and "Last Man to Hang" Load Up the Car Come at You Are Everybody in the Cor for One Buck? Op«n MS p. w. Pint Shew at Dusk Diane Sturm, Six, CelebraJ-es Birthday At Party in the Park Mrs. Leonard Sturm gave a party Monday afternoon for her daughter, Diane, who celebrated her sixth birthday. Guests were classmates of Diane at St. Joseph's School and neighborhood friends: Kathy Stangl, Nancy Clark, Mary Sing- sank, Ann Marie Verhia, Jean Thompson,, Jean Wernimont, Lois Boyce, Mary and Judy Dentlinger and Tamra, Patty and Kristy. Bohnenkamp. Also in the group was Diane's sister, Judy. * * * Mrs. Sturm entertained the children at the Southside Park, where they played and had their pictures taken. The youngsters sang "Happy Birthday" to Diane before her birthday cake was cut. Jane Gate assisted Mrs. Sturm in serving. Snyder-Broich Banns Banns of the approaching marriage of Marilyn Broich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Broich of Carroll, and Dale Snyder, Ion of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Snyder of Breda, were called for the second time Sunday at St. Mary's Church in Willey, where the wedding will take place at 8:30 Saturday morning; August 17. Dr. and Mrs. C. L. Rackllffe returned Monday night from New Ulm, Minn., where they had visited Mr. and Mrs, A. H. Guse and other friends since Friday. C roust Cartage Co. Carroll - Hi. liu No. 1 specialist in local and Ions distance moving! WJED VM IMIS.IN Six Birthdays . Observed at a Family Party A family fathering celebrating six birthdays "was held Sunday noon at the Lambert Hackfort farm south of Carroll. . Honored were. Mr. Hackfort and sons, Leon ,an<l Lambert Jr., Mrs. Herman Hackfort, Mrs. William Nieland and Victor Schumacher. A picnic dinner was served at noon. The afternoon, spent socially and with games, was concluded with supper at 5 o'clock. Pictures were taken throughout the afternoon. • * * * , In the group were Mr. and Mrs. William Nieland, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hackfort and family, Mr* and Mrs. Paul Fasbender and family, Mr. and Mrs.- Lambert Hackfort and family and Mr. and Mrs. Victbr Schumacher. Farewell for Mrs. Olberding, Daryl Mosman Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schrad gave a farewell party Monday evening for Mrs. Schrad's sister, Mrs. LaVerne Olberding, and brother, Daryl Mosman. who- are leaving next week for Redding, Calif. Following dinner at Pauline's Cafe, the group spent the evening at the Schrad home. * * * ( It was a family party, the guests including Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mosman and son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leiting and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mosman. Mrs. Olberding and children will join Mr. Olberding in residing in Redding, where he is employed at the Lincoln-Mercury Garage. A brother-in-law and sister of Mrs. Olberding and Daryl Mosman, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Allen, also are living in Redding. TAKE WEDDING VOWS . . . Verena Eischeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Eischeld of Carroll, and Romen WHtrock, son of Mrs. Frank Wittrock of Halbur and the late Mr. Wittrock, were married August 1 nt Holy Angels Church in Roseile. After a trip to Colorado, the couple will live on a farm one mile south of Halbur. (Rnhncr Studio Photo) 3 Hostesses Entertain for . Miss Langenfeld Mr* John Carlin of Breda and Carolyn Tigges and Mary Jane Lang of Carroll complimented Sandra Langenfeld ofCarroll at a personal shower in Mrs. Carlln's homo Monday night. > Miss Langenfeld will marry James Ulveling of Breda ? at the St Lawrence Church here Saturday morning, August 10. Guests were 25 classmates and other friends of the bride-elect. * » * Various games, including bingo, were played, with prizes awarded to the winners. A two-course lunch was served at tables for four. Nut cup favors were tiny umbrellas in Miss Langenfeld's colors of pastel blue, yellow, green and pink. Decorating the gift table was a large umbrella in the bridal colors. Garden flowers were about the rooms, Families 7$ At St. Mary's Picnic, Willey Seventy-three families attended a picnic for members of St. Mary's ' parish from 12 to 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon on the school grounds at Willey. Entertainment included games and races for different age groups* .* * « The highlight was a baseball game between the married men and the single men, with the married men winning by a score of 12 to 6. The picnic was planned and arranged by Circle I of SL Mary's Rosary Sodality, with Mrs. Quandt, chairman, and Frank Danzer, co-chairman L. C. Osterlurids Of Vail Back from Month's Tour West (Time* nerald New» Servie«) VAIL — Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Osterlund have returned • from a month's tour of the west. En route they visited Mr. and "Mrs. Sam Nickodemus of Pierre, S. D. In Ely, Nev., they visited many friends of the late Charles Osterlund and later visited his son and wife in Oakland. Calif. At Rich-; °~V- mond they visited Mrs. Florence j „?. " ,__ Arnold. Ten days were spent with ""* pieces in San Gabriel, and Arcadia, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. .0. S. Aultman and Mr.. and Mrs. B,ud Harvey and sons They also visited Raymond Olson of Inglewood, Calif. On the return trip they visited Wllmer Anderson and Hazel £ ra -H 1 1 l .? e " V f' J? ol °." j he i Roslfry SodaMyTwith' M ! Harold Orville Abbott family in Boulder, j 0uan / t ^airman « n H Mr* Colo. Mr. and Mrs* V. J. Gallagher and son visited several days with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. James Gallagher, and infant son at Waterloo. Mrs. Myrtle Farley returned from several weeks' visit with relatives at Denver Colo., and Omaha. ' Mrs. Frank Murtaugh is visiting in Lincoln, Neb., with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Murtaugh, and infant daughter. John Kock Jr. submitted to surgery at St. Joseph Hospital in Leave on Week's Trip to States of Michigan, Wisconsin (Ttm«i Herald Newt Service) WALL LAKE - Mrs. Clara Meyer and daughter, x Kathryn, Mrs. Rosetta Mauer and Mrs.. Robert Nelson and daughter, Maxine, of Ida Grove left Sunday morning on a week's trip to Michigan and Wisconsin. Mrs. Martha Hanson of Odebolt spent Persona I Pa ragraphs St, Mary Walter and Sr. Mary lita are expected to arrive Friday for home visits with, their parents, far. and Mrs. W. J. Heires. They will be here until next Wednesday. Sr. Mary Walter (Dorothy) teaches in the Negron Mission at Canton, Miss., and Sr. Marylita (Rita) teaches In Provo, Utah. One-a-Day Doities a week with her sister, Edna Zadow. Saturday evening Elizabeth immer of New York 1 Cflll ers were Anna Hensel and her City is visiting here with her brothers, George and Joe im­ mer, and familiec. Mr. and Mrs. Freddie Brown and daughter of Cedar Rapids are visiting his mother, Mrs. Nell Brown. EITHER ANGLE'S GOOD . . . Actress Vlkkl Duggan proves the front view is as good as the back view for which-she's most famous. Vlkkl won a measure of fame by Introducing the "plunging baekllne." At left, she demonstrates that even mink shouldn't be allowed io cover a winter shiver. At right; Vlkkl shows she can model man-made material M well as nature's own covering. <9M*M >lsJStnv<twHnt GurluF. house guests, Mrs. Elmer Robin son and Ronnie and Judy Robinson of Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Milton Readinger and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cohr and family of Atlantic, Mrs. Robert Waltemeyer and children of El Centro, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamm and famity and Amanda Herrig of Sac City, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Iehl and family of R e m- brandt, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Herrig, Mr. and Mrs Elmer Herrig, Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Irwin and family and Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Mack and family attended a family gathering at Sac City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Fritz and family left Monday morning for their home in Denver, Colo., after spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Everett Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Max Squires and family of Spencsr came Thursday and visited in the Frank Beck home until Saturday. Sunday afternoon guests were Mr and Mrs. Paul Nesset and family of Lake City. Mr. and Mrs Gordon Cave and grandson, Jerry Seling, of Baltimore, Md., were dinner guests I Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Rogers at Ida Grove. In the afternoon they call ed on Mrs. Luella Lingle at Hoi stein. En route home they called on Mr. and Mrs. Lee Miller at Schaller. Mr. and Mrs. Cave were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Ike Auen. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson and sons of Harcourt and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Nomsen were Sunday dinner guests in the George Fuller home in Sioux City. They also called In the Howard Kingsbury, G. D. Lobdell and J. C Selby homes. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cave and Mrs. G. A. Seling and son, Jerry, of Baltimore, Md., Adolph and Mattie and Maude Keiaer and Mrs. Agnes Weitzel were Sunday dinner and suppet guests in the Walter Kelser home at_Lytton. Need a last-mlnule gift? Here It. Is! It lakes leas than a day to crochet each of these dainty pineapple dollies. Pattern 7019: directions for crocheting three doities—9-inch round, 9-lnch square, 9',ixl4 oval )n No. 50 cotton. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—adrt 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing;. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chetsea Station. New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS, ZONE. PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two KREE DAtterns, 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! Mr. and Mrs. Jack GarA^jt and soft. Dean, are back from a two- week vacation trip After spending a fe>v days at Lake Okoboji, they visited Mrs. Gatdels' brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Taylor, ana family in Chicago. Mrs. Anna Davis came home Sunday night after vacationing for two weeks. She visited her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elwin Sigler at Sioux City; son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Davis, in Des Moines; and son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Bielmaier, In Webster City. Guests of Miss Millie Ellerbrock Sunday were Sophia, Herman, Bill and Art Uhlenhake of Danbury; Mr. a^d Mrs. W. J. Ellerbrock, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Herb Hurke, Fonda; Mrs. Margaret Portman and Mrs. Etna Ellerbrock, Auburn; and Frank Portman, Denver, Colo. ' Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kanecke and daughter, Vivian, are home after spending a few days with Mrs. Kunecke's mother, Mrs. Clara Madden, at Dillard, Neb. They were accompanied back by Mrs. Madden, who will visit in their home and also with her son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Russell Madden, and their son, Jeffrey, at Clarinda. Mrs. Robert Mattes and son, Donald, left Tuesday morning for their home at Vancouver. Wash., after spending two weeks with Donald's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John Mattes, in Carroll and Mrs. Mattes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Huber, and family at Fort Atkinson. Cpl. Lon Mosman arrived from Las Vegas, Nev., Saturday to spend a 30-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mosman, and family. Sherris Pierce returned to her home at Sheldon Monday evening after spending several weeks with her aunt, Mrs. Catherine R. Mier- ac. Miss Pierce teaches in the public school at Fonda. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Pearson and children of Farnhamville, In the afternoon they called in the Lester Keiser home at Lytton. Just Acr©»» the: $trttt Northwtsl Of the Hot.l Burke the addition of a'very select group of religious greeting cards by "Stanley". We now offer our customers the most complete line of greeting cards to be found anywhere. Stop In today and visit our new "Permanent Bargain Nook"—a large va. rlaty of lovely and different Items at a low, low budget price. New, truly heirloom table elothi, suitable for the most formal entertaining. SfTf . f T lth 8 * nd 12 "«pWni. Hand h«nwed for extra beauty. In white •r pastel shades. ' $15.95 and $19.95 Dry River Might Produce Cache of Weil Aged Whiskey PARIS, Tex. (tt-Dry Red River County may have a rare liquor cache in its owr backyard, if a local legend is true. Heavy rains this spring altered the course of the Red River. A fisherman, Benny Budgetl, following the new course, recently uncovered the mast of a large long- buried boat. District clerk Eugene Bowers recalled that a boat loaded with 200 barrels of whiskey, according to the legend, sank near there in 1855. Every one agrees that if it is the long-buried whiskey boat, the cargo should be well aged. The average life of a coin is 25 years, which is due to living from hand to hand. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marz and children, John, Peggy and Peter, are back after vacationing for two weeks with Mrs. Marz's parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. A. Shumway, at Wisconsin Dells. Mrs. E. M. Jacobs left Sunday to spend about three weeks with her daughter, Opal, in Cleveland, 0. Mrs. Jacobs stopped in Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. George Williams, who is accompanying her to Cleveland. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Tigges, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Schirck and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pudenfc of Lidderdale spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrse Henry Hacker at Bettendorf. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lindquist and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hacker, Donnie and Diane, at Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hacker and Patty at Bettendorf. ON WESTERN TRIP (Time* HtrSld .Vew» ierrtee) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Riesberg left Sunday on a three-week trip to San Francisco, Calif., where they will visit Mrs. Rlesberg's. sister, Mrs-. Lorraine Carroll,' and at Los Angeles, Calif., where they will visit their daughter, Janice Riesberg, and with friends. YOUR VISION a continuing stria* of articles prtparas) for newspapers as a public service . . * By OR. JAMES R. GREOO, Optometrist Vision Tests ' Bobby, whose vision was normal, failed the school vision test, while his sister Eileen got by in spite of the fact she had a serious visual problem. Parents can be puzzled and confused by such an exception to the rule unless they know something about school vision tests. The quick visual screening test in school cannot have the accuracy of a thorough,' time-consuming examination. The purpose of a "screening" test is to find the child who needs visual care; this must be done in a short time and at a reasonable cost. Such tests unavoidably have a iew inaccuracies, but this can be overcome by parents and teachers educated in visual health. Every school vision test Will fail a few children who do not need optometrle care. Thi£ is not the fault of the school. One school administrator said, "I have had angry parents send me the bill for the professional examination." vision, complex as it is, cannot be measured precisely by simple tests. Science has not yet found a way to do a better job with the kind of tests that can be given in schools. If your child fails the school vision test, he needs immediate attention. There is small chance that he will be found, like Bobby, to have normal vision. • More likely is a case )ike Eileen's — passing a school visual screening test does not guarantee perfect vision. Children who are farsighted, or those who have poor coordination of the two eyea, may slip by unless the test is particularly good. • The observant parent, along with the teacher, must be on guard to spot the symptoms of eyestrain, always present in some form. Any child doing poorly in school or having marked visual symptoms requires investigatipn regardless of the results of any school vision test. Copyright, 19R6 Virion Conservation Initltvtt* ' Sponsored for Public Information by the Following Optometrists Dr. Rex W. Hinitfn Dr. 0. M. O'Connor Dr. John I. Martin

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