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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 7, 1957
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lit Csllle Drees left Tuesday for Marblehead, Mass., where Biiwill visi,t in the E. J. Glacke- |rer home for the remainder of iSsummer. iter Soyer Sr. Honored on His 76th Bjrthday Anniversary A large group of relatives gath- erifefl at the Joe Soyer home south of ( Glidden Sunday to honor Peter Soyer Sr., on his 76th birthday anniversary. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting. Lunch was served from baskets brought by the group. The birthday cake was made by Mrs. Pete Soyer Jr. i ^r.:; Soyer was presented with a ntjrse by his children and grandchildren. e ts go Dancing FRIDAY AUG. 9 GUY DE LEO & His Orch, Rockwell City Fireman's Ball Mrs. Thomas Mitchell, son, John, and daughter, Mary Ellen, returned Monday from a week's vacation trip In Kentucky and Missouri. They visited friends of John at Lexington, Ky.„ and the surrounding area and friends of the family in Missouri. At Lexington, they were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur W, Rudnick and family. Mr. Rudriick. a professor at the University of Kentucky, and John Mitchell were in service together during World War II, in the States and also overseas. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller and children, Jerry, John, Maria and Stephanie, returned Tuesday from a two-week vacation at Lake Okoboji. They were at the cottage of Mrs. Mueller's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Morton Cornwall, of Spencer. Times Herald, Carroll, towa Wodnoiday, Aug. -f, \W ALKAMQRA T W I r**l LAKES Mrs. Bennett Hammond, who spent eight weeks with her mother, Mrs. Lillian, Reinhart, and family, left Wednesday morning for her home in Spokane, Wash. Mrs. Carl J. Hess and daughter, Loraine, took her to Omaha, where she Boarded a plahe. During Mrs. Hammond's visit, her sister, Mrs. Joe Bundy and sons, Johnny and Billy, of Belleville, Kan., were also at Mrs. Reinhart's home for a month. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rogers Jr., left Wednesday morning for their home at Columbus, Ohio, after visiting Mr. Rogers' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Rogers, since Sunday. They stopped at Indianola to visit Mr. Rogers' brothers-in-law and sisters, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Godwin and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Godwin. Mr. Rogers served on the extension leadership camp staff at the 4-H camp at Madrid last weeki while Mrs. Rogers visited her- parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Needham at Greene. . TO MARRY, . , Mr, and Mrs. Arthur C. Schulte of Breda announce the approaching marrtage of their daughter, Myrna, to Orvllle J. Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Snyder of Auburn. The wedding will take place Saturday morning, September 7, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. (Rohner Studio Photo) Mrs. W. L Otto Given Surprise William L. Otto surprised Mrs Otto at a barbecue steak party at ther home Monday evening, honoring her birthday. A birthday cake was served with the dessert. « Guests were Mrs. Otto's parents, Mr. add Mrs. Paul N. Heires, her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Happe; Mr. Otto's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Otto, and Mrs. Otto's aunt, Mrs. J. H. Schaake of Anita. Mrs. Otto was presented with birthday gifts. Hoffman Weeks Vows at Coon Rapids The wedding of Twilla Weeks;" daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weeks of Coon Rapids, and Maurice Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman of Dedham, took place in an B:30 ceremony Wed- Social Calendar Wednesday- Catholic Daughters, K. of C. hall. Thursday— Beulah Country Club family picnic, Southside park. Newcomers Club, Driftwood room, Hotel Burke. Bridge-luncheon, 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. M. J. Kelly, Hotel Burke. Dancers used to trip the light fantastic, but today some of them just seem to , trip. Two Nurses Share Honors At Dinner Party Mrs. Wayne Harmening and Bonnie Heisterkamp, registered nurses, who have resigned their positions at St. Anthony Hospital, were honored at a no-hostess dinner party of the first floor registered nurses at the Brown Derby Monday evening Each was presented with a gift. Following the dinner, the group of nine had a theater party. * * * Miss Heisterkamp will marry Don Henrich August 24 at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. John Meyers and Mr. and Mrs. George D. Walden spent Tuesday evening with Mrs. Meyers, who is in St. Catherine's Hospital, Omaha. Shop Thursday, Friday and Saturday For These Bargains 175 DRESSES Summer Dresses That Must Be Moved Out . z ; . . All Better Dresses ValuMttt $29.95 $7;98-$9.98 Stock of SUMMER JEWELRY Reap a Harvest of Pretty Wardrobe Decorations . . SO, Girls Summer Presses To Go At.. Perfect for Back to School. Hurry for These : Better Girls' Dresses for $3.98 fiS :f Children's & Infants Wear For $1.00 of Carroll nesday Jiidrning. \ugust 7, at Annunciation Catholic Church in Coon Rapids. The bride was given in marriage by her father At the double ring ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. R. L Dougherty. The nuptial high mass was sung by the choir, accompanied by Sr. M. Protase, organist, who played Pope Leo's Jubilee : March as the processional and Chimes of St. Peter by Rossini as the recessional. * * • The bride's all-white floor-length gown of Chantillv lace and nylon net over bridal taffeta was designed with an all-lace sculptured bodice and long sleeves tapered to deep points over the wrists. The modified scoop neckline was encircled with tiny scallops centered with pearls. The bouffant skirt fell into a cascade of alternating lace and net ruffles. The bride wore a French illusion net veil attached to a small lace pillbox hat with rhlnestone trim. She carried a colonial bouquet of white mums centered with a detachable lavender hybrid orchid showered with white satin streamers. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Robert Broich of Carroll, and bridesmaid, M ar i 1 y n Broich of Carroll, a friend. Mrs. Broich wore lavender and Miss Broich, maize. Their identically styled gowns were fashioned of lace and net with lace bodices enhanced with ruffled tulle tops and satin ribbon bows, worn with scallop-edged capelettes. The ftill skirts fell In lace to flounces of net divided with satin ribbon trim. The attendants' picture hats featured open crowns encircled in poufs of net adorned with pearls. Their crescent bouquets of yellow roses and lavender mums had contrasting streamers. Daniel Hoffman was his brother's best man. Cleo Weeks, brother of the* bride, was groomsman. Maurice Weeks, brother of t he bride, and Jerry Venteicher of Scranton, brother-in-law of t he bridegroom, ushered. Completing the wedding party were the flower girls, Mary Lou Broich of Carroll and Frances Weeks of Coon Rapids, nieces of the bride. Their dresses were patterned after those of the bridal attendants, Mary Lou wearing lavender and Frances, yellow. They carried miniature bouquets identical to the bridal attendants' flowers. * * * Following the nuptial mass, breakfast was served, by Mrs. Richard Weeks and ^Irs. Harold Weeks to the bridal party in the! v&ome of the ~br7nVs parents. The wedding dinner in the American Legion hall at Dedham was attended by the immediate (families. Table decorations in the bride's colors included garden flowers, lavender and yellow streamers and white bells of various Sizes. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. Roy Edwards, Gray; Mrs. Hans Hansen, Guthrie Center; Mrs. Leo Stangl, Coon Rapids; and Mrs. John Broich, Carroll. Serving • were Mary Jane Trucks, D e s Moines; Shirley Small, Perry; and Kathleen Mnlgaard. Gray. An additional 100 guests attended a. reception from 2 to 4 o'clock. The wedding cake had been made by the bride and decorated by jMrs. Marvin Heirhoff of Carroll. The three-tiered cake With yellow rose trim, topped with a miniature, bride and groom in a heart with orange blossoms around it, was placed jn a garland of tipped huckleberry and white pompons. It was cut by Mrs. Richard ; Weeks, sister-in-law of the bride, and Mrs, Kenneth Nelson of Elkhorn, sister of the bridegroom. Mrs. Harold Weeks of Paton presided at the coffee service. Attending the guest book and gift table were Jeanie Andersen #4V BRIDAL COUPLE . . . Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bayer of Glidden were married July 27 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church In Carroll. The bride, the former Margaret Glnn, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Glnn of Lucas. She Is an elementary teacher in the Glidden Consolidated School. Mr. Bayer is a contract carrier for the GUdden Co-operative Creamery. (Paige 4c Paige Photo) of Audubon and Jackie Miller of the Group of Biweekly , 21 Attends Mrs. Roy Eastlund, with a' score of 45, was medalist at the worn en's biweekly golf event at the Carroll Country Club .Tuesday v '; Ann 'Leahy, who scored 4V* was" Carroll Group At Wedding of Mary J. Reinhart Mary Jane Reinhart. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Reinhart of Fairmont, Minn., and James Hall, sort of Mr. and Mrs. James Hall of Minneapolis, Minn., were married at 10 o'clock Saturday morning, August 3, in St. John's Catholic Church at Fairmont. The bride is a granddaughter of Mrs. Charles P. Reinhart and Mrs. Mary Hirtreiter of Carroll, both of whom attended the wedding. Other Carroll guests were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Vorsten and sons, Donald, Gerald and Lyle. Also present were Mrs. Charles Booth of Guthrie Center and George and Marie Reinhart of Omaha. The ceremony was followed by a reception for 100 guests in the parish school hall. After a wedding trip to Minneapolis and the Canadian line, Mr. and Mrs. Hall will live in Fairmont. The bridegroom is a telephone company employe and the bride is a beauty operator. Wiota, college classmates of bride. After a trip in western states, Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman will live at Dedham. For traveling, t h e bride selected a beige crystalette princess style dress with tiny jacket and white accessories. Mrs. Hoffman, a graduate off Merlin Kraus Viola Township Consolidated High School, attended Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, for Edna Langel Feted at Shower Edna Langel of Templeton, who will marry Donald Schettler of Mt. Carmel at 8:30 Tuesday morning, Aug. 20. in Sacred Heart Church, Templeton, was honored at a shower in the home of Mrs. LaVern Langel Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Langel's co-hostesses were Mrs. Tom Broich and Mrs. Clayton Bfoich. Miss Langel was presented with a corsage by the hostesses. * * * Various games were played and a door prize was won by Mrs. •unner-up. A prize for low putts was awarded to Mrs. W. S. Farn» ?* Qthef pfips welre won #Jfraf Josef R. Martin, Mrs. Flbrenca Wagner and Mrs. H. L. Silsby. * * "» After nine-hole, play, the group of.21 had supper on the south porch of the club house. The table's centerpiece was a bouquet of garden flowers. "Arrangements were in charge of Mrs. C. M. Maddy chairman, and Mrs. Verdis Hansen, co-chairman, * * * At another golf supper Tuesday, August 2b, Mrs* B. G. Halverson will be chairman and Mrs. E. M. Feld, co-chairman. 2 Hostesses Entertain For Loraine Hess Loraine Hess, who is the center • of a round of prenuptial courtesies, was honored Tuesday after- noort when Mrs R. J. Ferlic and Mrs! Vincent Collison entertained at Mrs. Ferlic's home. Contract bridge was played at three tables. Throughout the games, punch was served from a crystal bowl. • * * Prizes were won by Mrs. Ted Schulz Jr., Mrs. Mike Wittrock ; and Mrs. Don Boell. Concluding, the afternoon, des- [ sert and coffee were served at the bridge tabies. Centerpieces were low vases of pink and white flowers, carrying out Miss Hess'a colors. The hostesses presented t he bride-elect with a gift. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. Edward V. Quinn of Lake View. • * * Miss Hess will marry Kenneth Quinn of Lake View Saturday, morning, August 17, at SS. Peter and Paul's Church. Centering the gift table was a miniature church, with a bride and groom entering. A small dec- Olberding Children Honored at Farewell Picnic in Park Here A children's picnic at the Southside Park Tuesday afternoon honored Duane, Gary, John, Randy, Kristy, Karen and Kathy Olber- two years. She is the kindergarten orated car waited nearby. Decor- ,. teacher in the Gray Consolidated a tions and nut cups were in the j d,n j>' ^ h .° are ,' eavi " g School. Mr. Hoffman, a farmer, was graduated from Carroll H i gh School. St. Joseph's Guild Has a Potluck Supper v Forty members of the Senior Immaculata Guild of St. Joseph's parish participated in the group's August potluck jsupper in the parish hall Tuesday night. Guests were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. P. T. Lynch and Mrs. Mayme Hagaman. The supper tables, placed in T- formation, were decorated with garden flowers. Mrs. Lawrence Lampe, prefect, conducted the business meeting. Future projects were discussed and plans were made for a morning breakfast in September, but the date was not set. In charge of the breakfast will be the September circle. Msgr. Lynch spoke, read an original poem and gave the closing prayer. The door prize went to Mrs. Barbara O'Tool. * * * Mrs. Ray Wernimont and Mrs. Tom Madigan were co-chairmen of the evening. Another potluck supper will be held Tuesday night, Sept, 3. bridal colors of salmon and aqua. After Miss Langel had opened her gifts, a two-course lunch was served. * • » Guests were Mrs. Joe Langel of I'Templeton, mother of the bride- elect; Mrs. Leonard Schettler of Mt. Carmel, mother of the prospective bridegroom; Mrs. Merlin Kraus, Glidden; Mrs. Louis Eischeid, Mrs. Norbert Bauer and Beatrice Bauer. Carroll; Mrs. LaVern Trecker, Mrs, Edmund Bauer and Mrs. Robert Schlichte, Manning; Mrs. Robert Schmitz, Arcadia; Mrs. Jerome Langel and Margie Rupiper. Templeton. H«r«'f a htlpful suggestion Before you select your diamond consider the •qualifications of the firm you buy from. We nave been awarded the professional -titles, Certified Gtmologist and Registered Jeweler, American Gtm Society —your assurance of our reliability and proven experience, so come in together today and let us guide you to a wise diamond purchase. Kelly Jewelry HOWARD I. K1LLY Mrs. £eo Brinkman and son, Jake, have gone to Denver, Colo., to join Mrs. Brinkman's daughters, Kristy and Kitty, In their visit with Mrs. Brinkman's brother - in - law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Don Dixon, and daughter, Claudia. AIR CONDITIONED COOL cctoFozr CARROLL^ ^» c AIMIOIL , in Mm Thur. - Fri. - Sot. THE LONELY MAN .» riding alone toward a date with fate ih * * tank townl atomnt JACK ... MLANCE ANTHONY HEV1LLE BRAND-ROBERT MIDDLETON riMntEUINE AIKEN 'Mai* N bp< DraM k)HNjlM.tola * Open at 6:45 P, M. Shows at 7 A 9:05 Matinee Sat. 2 P, M. — EXTRA ADDED — "So Proudly Wo Hoil" Cartoon and Nows IND8 TONIGHT (Wtd.) ''Female oh the with their mother, Mrs. LaVerne Olberding, to join Mr. Olberding and oldest son, Dennis, ire-residing at Redding, Calif. Mrs. Olberding was also a guest. The picnic was given by Mrs. Led Loeffler of Glidden, Mrs. Oliver Mosman, Mrs. Earl Schrao! and Mrs. Melvin Letting! * » * In the group were the hostesses' children: Robert Loeffler, Sherry, Mike, Denise and David Mosman,' Janet, Jean, James, Jerome, Joleen and Janclle Schrad, and Marty,. Marcy, Monty, Mark and Marshall Letting. Wieners and marshmallows wero roasted. It seems that success has a fina habit of coming around when yovr are busy. II ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) BUCK NITE i •'* Lost Mon to Hang" Plus Stagecoach to Fury CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE It - Fri. - Sat, PatBoone in his first motioff picture! 30th C«ntury>Pox pitMnt* CINEMASCOPE THE000$fe$ At Regular Admission Prlceil Open. ft MS P*M. it

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