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Mrs. L. Wess Honors Miss ] Heisterkamp Bonnie Heisterkamp of Breda, who is affianced to Don Henrich of Carroll;'was honored at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Larry Wess at her home here Wednesday night. Traveling bingo and contests provided entertainment. Prizes were won by Mrs. Leo A. Heisterkamp of Breda, mother of the bride-elect, and Mrs. Robert Wie- laad, * * * A buffet lunch was served, with Mrs. Heisterkamp pouting coffee. Centered on the buffet table was a miniature bride surrounded by flowers in crystal containers. The flowers, in rainbow hues carried out Mill Heisterkamp's colors:.. The guests were seated at tables for four. At each place setting was a miniature umbrella in the favor•d colors. * * * After lunch, the bride-elect opened her gifts. The lace-covered gift table was decorated with a large bride doll. Guests in addition to those nam ed were Mrs. Arthur Schulte and daughter, Myrna,- Mrs. Melvin Diterman, Mrs. Everett Ocken, Mrs. Maurice Julich and Shirley and Jane Heisterkamp, Breda; Mrs. Harold Henrich, mother of the prospective bridegroom, Mrs Laura Wieland, Mrs. Leonard Madman, Mrs: Thomas Madigan and Mrs. Louis Renze. * « * The wedding will take place Aug ast 24 at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Pietig and sons, Louis J. and John, accompanied by Joan Rupiper, went to Spirit Lake Thursday to spend the weekend at their cottage. One-Yard Wonderl Printed Pattern Eighty Attend Annual Reunion of The Booth Families (Time* Herald Newt Service) ARCADIA -—The annual Booth family reunion, with 80 attending was held in Graham Park at Carroll-Sunday. The families brought potluck dinners. They spent the afternoon visiting. Attending from Carroll County were: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Booth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Booth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Hermsen and family and Frank Collison, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Winker and family, Mrs. Annina Booth, Mr. and Mrs.: Dan Booth and daughter, Marlene, and Oscar Booth, Area dia. *'"• Other participants were: Mr and Mrs. Virgii Heinrichs and family, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lindley and daughter, Martha, Kansas City, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Soren Nielsen, Mr. and lira, albert Nielsen and family and Mr* and Mrs. Charles Booth and family, Armstrong; Mr. and Mrs. Shirley Dow, Estherville; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Boes and family; and Mr. and Mrs. Clar- S ceKarsten, Wall Lake; Mr. and :s. WcftolA Booth and family and Mr. and'Mrs. Roland Booth, Guthrie Center; and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Westerman, Sioux City. by 1ft 9025 WAIST JlWy-Cut Printed Pattern! Sew- gasy-rcut entire skirt a}, one time! Sum lines are ideal for a fine wool remnant. Thrifty--just ONE yard <J4-inch fabric! ' Printed Pattern 9025: Misses' Waist Sizes 24, 25, 26; 28. 30 inches. All given sizes: 1 yard 54-lnch fabric. Jiffy-cut tissue pattern It all one piece! Printed :dlrections on each pattern part, Easier, accurate. > Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Dally Times Herald, 25 Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th - St., New York 11, N.-.Y. Print plain!v NAME, ££28£3lJ2± t J?- SONE, SIZE and STYLE NUMBER. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wells and children, ' Michael, David, Laura, Maureen and Jennifer, spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Solon and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rose and family at Ames. Don Rose, USN, is home on leave before going to Oklahoma. Mr. and Mrs. William <j. Blackwell left Wednesday afternoon for their temporary home in Toddville after an overnight visit with Mrs. Blackwell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany Mr. and Mrs. Blackwell, who were married here July 28, were on their way home from their wedding trip to the Lake Peppin area* near Red Wing, Minn. They- will live in Toddville until their hew home in Cedar Rapids is ready for occu pancy.' Mr. and Mm. Ralph Sapp and sons, Rolf and Calvin, of Phoenix, Ariz., arrived Thursday morning to visit Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fox and other relative!,. Coming Friday are Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Knight of Jefferson City, Mo., who will spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Fox en route to the home of Mr. Knight's parents at Appleton, Wis. Mrs. Sapp and Mrs. Knight are sisters of Mrs. Fox* • Chicken supper Sun., Aug. 11, Holy Family Parish, Lidderdale. Serving begins at 4:00 p.m. Adv. Mrs. Vyrle Eckard and daughter. Lee, returned Wednesday from Spirit Lake, where they were guests for a week at the cottage of Mrs. Eckard'* aunt, Mrs. Maude Wells Sheets of D e s Moines. Also with Mrs. Sheets were Mrs. Eckard's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilliland, and her niece, Jean Gilliland, of Des Moines, ; '.• •„ Wllbert H. Dentlinger returned Tuesday night from the state convention of the American Legion at Davenport. Floyd Heithoff and family went from Davenport to Lake Okoboji where they will vacation for the remainder of the week. Fr. Toups of . . I New Orleans Honored Here Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hausmann entertained at their home Wednesr day night for the Rev. Jules Toups of New Orleans, La„ a longtime friend of the Hausmann family. Entertainment featured the showing of home movies by the Rev. J. P. Hausmann of Breda. Lunch was served later. • * * • Guests besides those named were Mrs. Paul Eyo and sons, Paul and Mickey, and Mrs. Becknel and daughter, Demise, New Orelans; Mr. and Mrs. Urban Schulte, Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Irlmeier and family, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Grethen, Rolfe; Mr, and Mrs Don McCormick, Churdan; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hausmann, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. George Hyland, Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs, Chris Hausmann; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Schulte and Mr. and Mrs. William Stickrod, Carroll. Eaufest Stfteherv fSrtT Agnes Btal and Mrs. Emm»;;Benischek of Chicago arrived .Wednesday night to visit their brother-in-law and s i s t e r, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig. in Carroll and other relatives at Vail aid Postnuptidl Party At Manning Honors Mrs. Larry Beckman CTImee Herald News Service) MANNING—Mrs Joyce Koepke, Mrs. Phyllis Denker and Darlene Genzen entertained at a postnuptial shower honoring Mrs. Larry Beckman, the former Beverly Genzen, at the Virgil Genzen home. Following games and opening of gifts, lunch was served by the hostesses. Guests were Mrs. Alfred Beckman and her mother, Westside; Mrs. Frank Meggers, Denison; Mrs. Donald Meggers, Aspinwall; Mrs. Lester Genzen and Cynthia Peters, Des Moines; Catherine Nulle, Myrene Rowedder, Karen Carstens, Mrs. Janice McConnell, Diane Dalgety, Mrs. Bertha Genzen and Mrs. Virgii Genzen. Thomas Rhein of Evanston, 111., has returned to his home after visiting Darrell Rupiper. The young men graduated in the same class from St. Henry's Seminary at Belleville, 111. Mr. Rhein was . accompanied here by his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Stoudt, and five chil dren, who were overnight guests in the Norbert Rupiper home. They were on their way to faew Mexico to establish their home. Potluck Dinner To Open Auxiliary Meeting in Manning (Time* Herald Newt Service) MANNING — The American Le gion Auxiliary will meet in regular session Tuesday evening, Aug 13. A 6:30 potluck picnic will be held in the city park, preceding the meeting. Social Calendar Thursday— * Beulah Country Club family picnic, Southside park. Newcomers Club, Driftwood room, Hotel Burkef Bridge-luncheon, 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. M. J. Kelly, HotS Burke. Wednesday- Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30. Carroll Toastmisti ess Club, Hotel Burke. Carroll Women's Bowling Association, 8 p.m., Graham Park shel- terhouse. Two State Winners in CD A. Poetry Contest Leota Niehaus of Carroll and | the court as regent last year, was Wayne Tiefenthaler of Breda, win-] presented with a gift by Mrs. J. ners in the state poetry contest of the Catholic Daughters of America, were presented with checks from the state organization at^he August meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6 in the Knights of Columbus hall here Wednesday night. Leota placed ' first in Division III and Wayne, second in Division I. Their poems were entered in the national contest. * * * Mrs. Clarence Morman, new grand regent of the court, presided at the meeting. Plans were discussed for a corporate communion August 30 at St. Betty Letting, v * j Bride-Elect, Is \ Feted at. Shower: Betty Leitlng, who will marry; Lou Galettch August 17 „ at St; Francis Church in Maple. River* was complimented at a miscellaneous shower, given by Bar bar a Hagedorn and Lois Olsen at Miss) Hagedorn's home Wednesday night. Pr&es in bridal games .were won by Dorothy Hodges and Mary Lou Leiting. • • * * * Before lunch was served, Mfs9 Leiting opened her gifts, which were grouped on a table decorated with a bride doll in a lace |own. Guests besides those named were Miss Leiting's mother. Mrs*. Law* rence Leiting of Maple River, Mrs. Herman W. Hagedorn, Mrs. Jerry Bell, Mrs. Don Nielanr], Mrs, Richard Sorensen, Betty Kingston; Barbara Jensen, Janet Schaben and Sheryl Schumacher. K. O. Staabs' 40th Anniversary (Times Herald Newi Service) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. K. O. Staab will celebrate their Lawrence Cochran on behalf of the court. Rita Morrissey, "Miss Carroll of 1957," gave her talk on books and children which she presented in the Miss Iowa contest at Clear Lake. Msgr. Lynch, chaplain of the court, spoke briefly and thanked the court for his golden jubilee gift. Mrs. Earl Boes, the former Alice Schweers of Arcadia, was pre-!40th wedding anr.-versary at open sented with a miscellaneous shower i house in their home Aug. 15 be. Here are our furred and feathered friends, reiirly to come In the kitchen. So get out gay embroidery, ., , ... . threads and put these animals on ! Joseph's Church. Mass will be your kitchen linens. I Pattern 7091: transfer Mr. and Mrs. C L. Farrell are returning to Des Moines Thursday after a, (ex days' visit, with rela tives and -friends in., Carroll and Manning. They were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bayley here. Annual Reunion of Wessling Families Is Attended by 100 (Times Herald News Service) BREDA — The annual reunion of the Wessling families was held August 4 at the Legion Hall at Breda. Dinner was served, cafeteria style, to 100. The afternoon was spent at cards, contests and singing. The prize for the eldest couple present went to Mf. and Mrs. J. C. Wessling, Carroll, Mrs. Anna Wessling of Danbury was the oldest woman present. Mr. and Mrs. Felix Grossman and family of Dayton came the longest distance. Mrs. Forrest Burton of Danbury had the largest family present. Eight-month-old Ricky Foxhaven of Danbury was the youngest member present Albin Wessling 6f Carroll won the prize in a guessing contest. Irene Wessling of Odebolt, George Wessling of Danbury, Mrs. Mary Wessling of Carroll, Mrs. Mary Wernimont of Breda were also given gifts. Relatives attended from Dayton, Mapleton, Danbury, Odebolt, Early, Storm Lake, Auburn, Halbur, Carroll and Breda, It was planned to hold the reunion at Danbury next August.; of six motifs about ,5x5>i inches; directions. Take little time. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York 11, N. V. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, ZOXE, PATTERN NUMBER. A bonus for our readers: two FREE patterns, printed In our new Allre 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! Beverly Genzen and Larry Beckman Wed At Manning Church AIR CONDITIONED COOL COMFORT CARROL|> ^» ennnou, in ah Thur. - Fri. - Sat. 'fsmMPmist LONELY MAN riding alono ^toward « date With fate In • tank town! "in*™. JACK PERKINS H [V1LLE BRAND-ROBERT M1D01ET0N I Open at 6:45 P. M. | Shows at 7' & 9:05 Matinee Sat. 2 P. M. §- EXTRA ADDED - Mrs. Anna Finnegan Is back from Storm Lake, where she visited her niece, Mrs. Lloyd Abbott, the former Ethe) Ries of Carroll. CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thur. Fri. - Sot. Pat Boone in his first motion* picture! 20th Century-Fox pre.eMe BERN MUM Mrs. Vincent Courtney and son, Vincent, of Mpntebello, Calif., are expected to arrive Thursday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Anderson until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bayley are spending today at Jefferson in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Reid, where the Reids' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Touch, and baby son, Brian, of Des Moines, are vacationing this week. The Reids, their grandchildren, Becky and Johnny French, and the .Touch family'spent Monday here with Mr. and Mrs. Bay r ley. Larry and Lonny Carlson returned Wednesday night from a two-week visit with their aunt, Mrs. Mary Louise Olson, and Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Olson and family in St. Louis, Mo They came by train to Omaha, where they were met by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Carlson, and their sis^ ter, Laurel Jayne Msgr. P. T. read by the Rt. Rev- Lynch at 7:30 a.m. Announced was a rummage sale to be held August 23 in the building formerly occupied by the Central Food Market. Mrs. John .Tanning and Mrs. Fred Winthouser are co-chairmen of the committee in charge. * * * Mrs. Virgil Thelen, who headed were of colonial style pink pompons. Royce Genzen, brother of the bride, was best man. Roger Koepke, brother-in-law of the bride, was groomsman. Allen Beckman, brother of the br i d e- groom, was ring -bearer. D a r yl Genzen and Llcyd Peters were ushers. * * * A church reception followed the wedding. The bride is a graduate of Manning High School and is employed as a central service aide at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. The .bridegroom, a graduate of Ar-We- Va High School, is in the United States Air Force and is stationed at Chanute Air Base in Illinois, where the bride will join him in a few weeks. (Time* Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Beverly Genzen became the briae of Larry Beckman* July 28 as Rev. G. B. Eschenbacher officiated at a double ring ceremony in Zion Lutheran Church in Manning. ' The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Genzen of Manilla. ,Mr. Beckman is the son of Mr, and' Mrs. Leonard Beckman of Westside. * » * Alice Ahrendsen was organist at the evening ceremony. Catherine,. A . , Nulle sang "O Perfect Love" andLeS Amies L .IUD "The Lord's Prayer." Given in marriage by her father, .the bride were a sheath-style dresS Uf white metallic lurex and white accessories. Her bouquet of red roses and white carnations was carried on a white Bible. Mrs. Roger Koepke, sister of the bride, was matron of honor, and Darlene Genzen, cousin of the bride, bridesmaid. They wdre identical dresses of mint green metallic lurex, sheath style, and as a postnuptial courtesy. * * * Punch and cookies were served! from a table decorated with .a bouquet of garden roses. Mrs. Robert Schweers and Mrs. Ed Lampman of Arcadia were co-chairmen of the refreshment committee. The next meeting will be Wednesday night, Sept. 4, when the new officers will be installed. tween the hours of 2 and 5 p.m. and 7 to 9 p.m. All their frienr!"? In the community are invited to this special oc-. casion. Mr. and Mrs. Staab have requested no gifts. Farewell for Mrs. Olberding BRIDE • ELECT As a courtesy for Mrs. LaVerne Olberding, who is leaving next week for the family's new home at Redding, Calif., a potluck picnic supper was given by relatives, neighbors and other friends at the Southside Park Wednesday evening. Traveling bingo was played after supper and Mrs. Olberding was presented with a purse as a gift from the group. * * • Participants were Mrs. Reo Miles of Auburn, Mrs. Fred Mosman, Mrs. Earl Schrad, Mrs. Oliver Mosman, Mrs. Ronald Nichols, Mrs, Orville Olberding, Mrs. Eugene Olberding. Mrs. Frank Wegner, Mrs. Ray Nellesen, Mrs. Oscar Denney, Mrs. Ray Broich, Mrs. Bob Sny- and jder, Mrs. Joe Beyer, Mrs. Vincent white accessories. Their bouquets Meets for Picnic At Southside Park Members of the Les Amies Club formed a picnic supper group at the Southside Park Wednesday evening. They will have their first regular meeting early in September,. Teresa Brandl will be the hostess. There is real pigskin in lots of shoes and it's no wonder our dogs squeal during the hot days. Mrs. Edward Iribeck of Dedham announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Dorothy Mae, to Merlin Louis King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil B. King of Deloit. The wedding will take place* at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham at 9 a.m., August 31. (Timet Herald News Service Photo) i Huclshorst ! chell. and Mrs. Mike Mit- (Advertlsement) STOP THAT ITCHl IN JUST 15 MINUTES, If not pleased, your 40c b«ek at any drug itora. Try Instant-drying ITCH- ME-NOT for Itch of •ezama, ringworm,, Insect bites,' foot Itch or other surface Itch. Kasy to use day or nlaht. Now at H. C. Rewhouser Drug. First it's boy meets girl then it's man waits for wife. and POTATO CHIPS Dorothy Hodges returned Wednesday from Des Moines, where she had summer employment with the Pioneer Seed Corn Company. She will be at home until entering Simpson College, Indianola, for her junior year. Mrs. William Pietig has returned from a 10-day visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Heiman, and family at Ayrshire II 3 So Proudly We Hail 1 Cartoon and Now* • BND5 TONIGHT (Wed,). 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