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Monday, August 12, 1957
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110 Attend i Picnic Dinner | For Two Nuns Sr. Mary Walter of Canton, Miss., and Sr. M. Maryltta of Provo, Utah, who are visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heires, were honored at a potluck picnic in the Graham Park shelterhouse Sunday noon. One hundred ten relatives and friends attended. Among participants from away •were the nuns' brothers and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heires of Chester, m„ Mr. and Mrs. Donald Heires of For*. Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Heires of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers and) Randy the latter's aunt, Miss Dollie i M RS> R, Reiohenbach, visited In the Fred' Kuehn home at LeMars Sunday. CARROLL OUTDOOR! 1 Mli A I RE Now Showing BING CROSBY Opon 7:15 P. fy. Adults 60c ChlWrtn UncUr 12 ¥r—\ CARROLI < IUMIUI1 , 111 Man Now Showing and their families, all of whom are vacationing here Other places represented were Iowa Falls, Lohrville, Lanesboro, Pocahontas and Dedham. Sr. Mary Walter is Dorothy Heires and Sr. Marylita is Rita Heires. Marilyn Broich Feted at Shower (Timet Herald Nam gsrvtea) BREDA — Mrs, Vincent Snyder and daughter, Kathleen, honored Marilyn Broich at a miscellaneous shower at their home Thursday evening. Twenty guests were present. Bunco was played. High prize was won by Mrs. Jerry Broich and low, Mrs. Joe Pick. The chair -j-prke went to Mrs. Kenneth Pick. A two-course lunch was served at individual tables. Favors were nutcups in the bride's colors. The hostesses presented the hon- i ored guest with a corsage. * * * After lunch, the bride-elect opened her gifts which were arranged under a large umbrella on the gift table. Miss Broich will marry Dale Snyder August 17 at 8:30 a.m. in St. Mary's church at Wllley. Relatives from Carroll Area Attend Slechta Clan Reunion Mr. and Mrs. John Ludwig of Carroll and Mrs. Ludwig's sisters, Mrs. Emma Benischek and Mrs. Agnes Bral, of Chicago, attended a Slechta family reunion in the park at Sioux Rnpids Sunday. * * * Other participants were Mrs. Norbert Bernlng and son, Robert, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Miller, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Martin Benischek, Aspinwall, and grandson, Dean Reinhart, Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Everett Quick, daughters, Marilyn and Karen, and son Clarence, Manilla; Mr, and Mrs. Walter Grill, daughters Wanda and Ronda, and son, Dean, and Mr. 'and Mrs. Leslie Slechta, son, Jimmy, and daughter, Judy, Vail; Mrs. Fred Stipek and daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Al. drich and son David, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stipek and daughter, 1 Sharon, Jackson,. Minn. Ferlic, son of Dr. and J. Ferlici has' returned home for a short, vacation''.'.from Croighton University, ,0 m a h a, where he; taught organic chemistry in summer school. He has completed his. premedical course and will'go back to Creighton the second week in September {or his first year in medical school. Mrs. George J Hess and daugh- Jane Schmitz Complimented at Prenuptial Party Mrs. Vincent Koenig and' Mrs. Edna Collins complimented Jane Schmitz, August bride-elect, at a 10 o'clock breakfast and personal shower at Hotel. Burke Sunday morning. Guests included her mother and sister, Mrs. Theodore Schmitz and Marian Schmitz, and Rosalie Leiting, Arcadia; Mrs. Leo Mayr, Mrs. Hugh Ryan, Mrs. Tom Finegan, Mrs. Donovan Stanzyk, Mrs. Lee ter, Judee, are returning Monday; Sandberg and Mrs. Frank Bram- from Bancroft, where they attend-; hall, ed the wedding of Mrs. Hess's niece, Mary Celeste Bernhard, and Bill Goche Saturday morning. They were guest» in the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Bernhard. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison, daughter, Judy, and sons. Tom, Paul and Steve, left Sunday on a two-week western trip, which will include a visit with Mrs. Collison's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wygant, and family at Longvlew, Wash. * • * Miss Schmitz will marry Mark Ahmann August 27 at St. John's Church in Arcadia. Times Herald/Carroll, Iowa Monday, Aufl. 12, 1957 Snappy-Wrap Albert Assmans Given Surprise on Fifth Anniversary In celebration of their fifth wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Assman were surprised by a group of relatives at their home Friday evening. The visitors Bcldnra Tacfce, Dorothy Dalton, brought lunch and presented Mr. an^d Mrs. Assman with a purse as an anniversary gift, • * * In the group were Mrs. Leo Augustine and son Bob of. Carroll; Rita Augustine and Jerry Simons of Ames; Carl Assman and daughter, Linda, and Mr. and Mrs John Assman of Dunlap; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Assman of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lenz of Carroll; and the Albert Assman children, Michael and Jean Marie. .Lois Vonnahme, lone Vonnahme jand Ruth Dinges returnee?Sunday afternoon from a 10-day motor trip to California. They visited Miss Dalton's sister-in-law, Mrs. Leonard Dalton, at San Diego and went w i t h her to Tiajuana, Mex. Mr. Dalton, USN, is aboard ship at Hawaii. While at San Diego, the visitors were taken aboard a destroyer and submarine at the marine base. They went from San Diego to Santa Barbara, where they visited Dr. Robins, director of student health service at the University of California, and attended an old Spanish fiesta at the Spanish mission. They also visited Disneyland at Anaheim and went to San Juan Capistrano, Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Brisben of Council Bluffs, their, son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Murray, and baby son, Scott, of Lakota, accompanied by Mr, Murray's parents, Dr. arid Mrs. Murray of Lakota, were Carroll visitors Sunday. Mrs. Dennis Murray is the former Lois Brisben Tnre Sehouli left for his home at San Gabriel, Calif., Monday morning after spending three weeks with his grandmother, Mrs. Margaret Bowie, in Carroll, and. his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds Thomas, and family at Fort Dodge. He went by bus to Omaha flying from there to San Gabriel, and expecting to be back at his home at 6 p.m. Monday. Mary Frances Flies Celebrates Her Third Birthday at a Party Mr. and Mrs. Matt Flies gave a dinner party at their home Sunday noon, celebrtt'~3 the third birth day of their daughter, Mary Frances. Centering the table was a large birthday cake which was brought by Mary prances' grandmother, Mrs. John Flies, of Audubon. * * * Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John Flies and sons, John and George, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brannan and family, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Brincks and family and Matt and Cleo Berger, Carroll; Peter Berger, Wilfrieda Wendl, Crescentia Nagl and Sharon and Sue Ann Broich, Willey, - The afternoon, spent with visiting, was concluded with the serving of lunch. Mary Frances received birthday gifts. ' Wear this In, out and 'round the house as apron, Jumper, or sundress. Belt cinches waist; opens flat for easy Ironing, Tulip pocket, done In a Jiffy. Pattern 7390; tissue pattern; transfer; small 10, 12; medium 14, 16; large 18, 20. State size. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Daily Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New Vork 11, N. Y, Print plainly Name, Address, Zone, Pattern Number, Site. A bonus for our readers two FREE patterns, 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! Social Calendar Tuesday— ' ." . Rainbow Girls silver tea, 3 p.m., J. W. Wilson home. Kelly, Hotel Burke. Wednesday— , Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30. Carroll Toastmist»ess"Club, Hotel Burke "Gafroll Women's Bowling Associa- Hon, 8 p.m., Graham Park shel­ terhouse, Saturday- Bridge • mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Barbara Jensen and Robert 01 sen Married Rainbow Girls •Schedule Silver Tea "for Tuesday Georgianne Peterson of Des Moines, grand worthy advisor of Rainbow Girls in Iowa, will be the honored guest at a silver tea of the Carroll Assembly at 3 p.m. Tuesday, August 13, In the J. W. Wilson home, 1760 Terrace 'Drive. * * « AH past officers, past mother advisors and all members are invited to attend. Barbara Ann Jensen and Robert L.. Olsen were married in a double ring ceremony at 7:30 Saturday evening, August 10, in the new First Methodist Church on North Adams Street. The bride is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Ryan, 1032 North Crawford Street, Carroll. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs, Ernest A. Olsen of Hamlin. Matching'baskets of white gladioli with bowed blue satin, carry. Ing out the bridal colors, decorated the chancel.' • * * The marriage lines were read by the Rev. Ivan Q. Bys, who sang "The Lord's Prayer" during benediction. Betty Kingston sang "Because" and "Wedding Prayer." Pianist was Dorothy Kay Hodges, who played a prelude including selections from Chopin, "Allegro Moderato" and "Air" by Handel, "Give Us This Day," "He," "0 Promise Me" and •Above the Hills.' Miss Hodges played "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" as the processional and "Wedding March" from "A Midsummer Night 's Dream" as the recessional. * * * The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Mr. Ryan. Her gown of rosepoint lace over taffeta was fashioned with a scalloped scoop neckline embroidered with tiny ir- idescents, The chapel • length skirt was a double circle edged with deep picoted scallops. A lace pillbox, trimmed with patterned seed pearls, held in place her silk illusion veil. She carried a moderne cascade bouquet of feathered white carnations with a detachable corsage of red delight roses in bowed satin, with fancy-leaf ivy and cascading satin showers. Maid of honor was Barbara Ann Hagedom of Carroll and brides- matron, Mrs. Tom Ryan of Atlantic. They wore ballerina gowns of "Ice'"blue taffeta under frosted white. The piping of the shallow necklines matched the pleated taffeta cummerbunds. Their^ blush Betty Leiting Feted at Party n Mod rid Sunday of Carroll i <'""« ""*re pale blue. Both carried of Hamlin cascading white Sim carnations ... am tiatin on blue nylon net Venetian fans. Richard Schlater of Brayton, brother-in-law of the bridegrooms was best'man. Tom Ryan of Atlantic, cousin of the bride, was groomsman. Richard Sorensen of Carroll and Merlyn Wintrier of Hamlin, friends of the bridegroom, ushered. * * * Flower girls were the bride's cousins, Patricia and Kathleen Ryan, of Atlantic. Their identical dresses were of white nylon embossed with ice blue floral motifs. The scalloped bertha collars were edged with lace matching the ballerina hemlines. The girls wore little blue rosebuds across their hair and carried miniature nylon net fans as companion-styled bouquets to those of the bridal attendants. For her niece's wedding, Mrs. Ryan selected a Dior blue crepe dress accentuated with velvet trim and rhinestones. Her matching velvet brimmed hat had ostrich trim. Mrs. Olsen, mother 1 of the bridegroom, wore a classic grey- blue tweed dress with self - detail, rhmestone trim and navy accessories. Both had corsages of summer pink carnations. * * * One hundred twenty guests attended a reception in the church parlors after the ceremony. The bridal attendants' summer nylon fans decorated the reception table, which was centered with the bride's four-tiered cake. The white cake with blue trim, featuring a heart-shaped top with satin bell, was placed on green-tipped huckleberry. "It was cut by Mrs. Richard Schlater, sister of the bridegroom. Elaine Wiskus was at the coffee service. Mrs. Richard - Sorensen, Janet Schaben and Sheryl Schu- Betty Leiting of Maple River, who will marry Lou Galetich of Carroll August 17 at St. Francis Church in Maple River, was honored at a miscellaneous shower in the Veterans of Foreign Wars hall at Madrid Sunday afternoon. Hostesses were Mr. Galetich's sisters, Mrs. Vic Butelle, Mary and Lj Rose Galetich, and sisters-in-law, Mrs. Tony Galetich and Mrs. Emil Galetich, of Madrid. Bingo was played and various prises were given. * * * Centering the gift table was a bridal party consisting of a bride, groom and bridesmaids in Miss Leiting's colors of pale green and white. After the bride-elect had opened her gifts, lunch was served. Decorations and nut cups were in her colors. Attending from here with Miss Leiting. were her mother, Mrs. Lawrence Leiting, and her sister, Mary Lou. Approximately 60 guests were' invited to the courtesy. Now! Soft Lovely Glamorous Woolens Fashionable Textured Fabrics...... Its Year to Sew... and Save Plenty Family Wardrobes! Housewarming At Jerome Neus' Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Neu, who have moved into their new home at 1901 Benjamin Street, Carroll, were given a housewarming by five couples Saturday night. Lunch was served by the visitors who were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rhoades, Mr. and Mrs, John Hoebing and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Bruening, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sibenaller and Mr. and Mrs. Wiliam Meshek, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Neu and daughters, Debbie and Pam, moved here from Breda last Thursday. Peter Gnam of * Minneapolis Is Honored at Party Mrs. H. W. Gnam gave a theater party Saturday afternoon for her grandson, Peter Gnam of Minneapolis, Minn., who is visiting her. Other guests were Dickie Gnam, Jimmy Mulry and Tommy Ferlic. Mrs. Gnam entertained the boys at refreshments after the matinee. macher served tttSftEftPSAW™™'* Bowling Rutten were at the gift table. Mr. and Mrs. Olsen, who will spend a week at Lake Okoboji, will be at home in the Nagl apartments here after August. 17. For her going-away dress, the bride chose a costume suit of charcoal cashmere blend, the basic sheath dress complemented by a short box jacket of the same material. Her accessories are black. Mr. Olsen was graduated from roll High School, is a telephone operator for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. Mr. Olson was. graduated from Audubon High School and the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. He is employed as a junior accountant by Robert S. Morrow, certified public accountant. Beautiful Amana Woolens $11.00 Per Skirt and Jacket • That's right, tor lust tll.OO Invested tit these beautiful Amana woolens you can make s wool skirt and Jacket. The Jacket seUs regularly In most stqres for 19.00 or more.v Hand WoiHoble Amana Weal & Nylon $3.95 Yard IN COLORFUL PLAIDS AND SOLID COLORS • Soft luxury and beauty of virgin wool. • 15 per cent nylon blended In for waehability. • Deep rich fast colors. • Wonderfully crease resistant. • Zephyr light and soft. • 60 Inches wide. (2 yards will make the Jacket pictured here). • Woven by Amana colony craftsmen. • Tailors beautifully, easily. • (1 yard to make skirt pictured 1 ). • Choice of charcoal, (ray mixture; navy, blue heather, black and chestnut brown. Wool-Like Brushed Rayon Flannels S esautiful hand washable rayon flannels that ave the look, end feel of soft ' ,* p ! ashlon'rlght colors, axpertly blended to re­ ave the look and feel of soft Imported woolens. In .popular Ivy League stripes and soft glowinf platds and checks that assure you of winf p?al hlon-rfght . . .. tain their brightness for the life of the garment, • Color locked to retain lasting vibrancy. • Cashmere-like softness and beauty. • Both head washable and wrinkle resistant. • it inches wide. .98 Yard Five yards will .make a..two piece suit (« •roxImeWMW.W reedy; made);." will make tlrlV lumper (epprexln reedy madeV Twe yardi will make (approximately MM reedy made), slece suit (at- iim 'aYoVy ffl .H ake girls' skirt Charming New Gorton Prints for Colorful School Wear These delightful new fall prints have old fashioned charm and beauty. You'll love them for children's wear, winter eottons. Long wearing and sturdy, essy to wash, and easy to sew. Beautiful needleised finish. Completely washable, M Inches wide. Famous Bates Wynsette Drip and Dry Prints Choose now from the new fall colors •with brightly colored printed designs, and many other patterns. 38 inches wide, e Stays clean longer. • Releases creases. • Washes easily, no starch. • Dries fast and without wrinkles. • Light stroke Ironing. • Colorf ast and shrinkage controlled. • Permanently fresh and lustrous, e 36 Inches wide. 49c Yard 98c Yard Rippling RythnY Hand Washable Rayon Blend A luxurious new fabric for Jumpers, skirts. inllVened with twinkling nubs P of beiutl' fully blended, color, firm bodied, crease resistant, hand washable, 48 Inches wide. $1.39 Yard Simpson's "Dip and . Don Cottons'' Lustrous "wash end wear 1 * cottons with everglaxe creeae reatstant, soil resistant finish, in Ivy League stripes and checks. You'll love them for back to school new for fall fashions. A Joy to care for, Just drip or tumble dry, Fast color, mercerized. • Crease resistant. • Teat drying, little or no Ironing, e Stays fresh and clean longer e Never needs starch, e 36 inches wide. • $1.19 Austrian Import Combed Cotton Gingham* Delightful blend of colors never found in domestic ginghams. Woven from finest Egyptian cotton, with to sftades woven into. the pattern. Completely washable, little or no ironing. For your .better gingham dresses. M inches wide. Rayon Suitings •OR DRISSBS, JUMMRS * Guaranteed hand washable, e Wrinkle resistant, • Easy to iron with cool iron, e Long wearing and colorfast. • Perspiration resistant. • Permanently colorful end lovely, e Beautifully decorated stubbed weaves and flannels, e Rich new charcoal gray, charcoal green, charcoal brown, char, coal pink. 45 Inches wide. Yard $1.39 Yard $1.98 Yard Springmoid New Drip Dry Cotton Designs A brilliant collection of distinctive new cot. tons In one of the best easy-care finishes available. You'll appreciate Its firm weave, rich luater smart prints. Perfect for dresses, separates, children's school clothes. No ironing, fast drying. 38 inches'wide. 98c /SOFT, IA8Y CARS FABRICS IN COLORFUL ' FLAIDIYCHiCKMVY LBAOUi STRIPS* Moorsville Combed Cotton Gingham § et top quality and designs In these famous Moorsville Combed Cotton tnghams. You can be sure too that you have the style right, color right plaids you need for those important fell fashions, • Always dries, smooth, even.when tumble dried, eTSpot and soil resistant. • Never needs starch,, little: 9t no Ironing, e Drape* beautifully holds it* shape. • 36 inches wide. Mr. and Mr*. Robert J. Dolezal, sons, John, Fred and Tom, and daughter, Ann, returned Sunday from Granby, Colo., where they spent a week on the Slash Jay Slash Ranch. Mrs. Dolezal and children, who were gone for two weeks, spent the first week at the summer home of Mrs. Piel- sticker's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Pielsticker, at Grand Lake, out of Tulsa, Okla. Mr. Dolezal joined them there August 1. Mr. Pielsticker, president of the Indiana Purchasing Company, sent a company • owned plane here to take Mrs. Dolezal and family to Tulsa. All flew from Tulsa to Denver, and Mr..and Mrs. Dolezal and children, back home Sunday. The R. F. Pielstickers are still at the ranch. Association To Meet on Wednesday Carroll Women's Bowling Association will hold its annual fall meeting in the shelterhouse at Graham Park at 8 p.m. Wednesday, August 14. Mr., Mrs. Novacek Are Dinner Hosts Mr. and Mrs, A J. Novacek entertained Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eulberg and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hobermann at an Italian spaghetti dinner in their home Saturday evening. The remainder of the evening was spent with music and visiting. Misses Odella McGowan and Madeline White left Sunday night for Chicago, where they are spending a week at the Gift and China Show at the LaSalle Hotel and the merchandise mart; During their absence, The Loft is in charge of Mrs. Jessie Bickelhaupt of Ames, who works in the recorder's office of Story County at Nevada. She is spending her vacation here. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Elch and daughters, Sharon and Kathy, returned Saturday from a* 10-day trip to Great Falls, Mont., where they visited their son and brother, A-3c Gene Eich, who is stationed at Malstrom Air Base. Accompanied by Airman Eich, they went to Glacier National Park for two days. They returned by way of the Black Hills and the Badlands. Yard 79c Yur* Special Notice to Sewing Classes and Teachers. We hiring%«ny frtwf,. Ipve'ly fabrics that suit themselves admirably to student projefcta. Also, Fifth Street Deportment Store SHARP PHONI 3523 CARROLL, IOWA 'J

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