Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 13, 1957 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, August 13, 1957
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100 Attend RptaryClub's Family Picnic One hundred Rotarians, wives and children attended the Rotary dub's annual family picnic at the Carroll airport Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Richey of Ellsworth, former residents here, Shelby Hagberg. airport operator and'Bruce Nelson, his assistant, were guests of the club. The meal was served on tables set up in one of the hangars. Hotel Burke had charge of, arrangements. There was no program. Herman Tunnihgs Give a Dinner for Their Son Robert" COON RAPIDS - Mr. and Mrs Herman Tunning of Coon Rapids gave a -farewell dinner at their home Sunday noon for their son Robert who is leaving August 26 to begin service in the marine corps. Relatives in the group of guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bekehermes, Mary and Ben Bekehermes, Mrs. Anna Tunnirtf; Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Tunning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Soppe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Soppe and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willenborg and daughters, all of Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Vernes Sporrer and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Riesberg and family. Tern- 1 pleton; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dopheide and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grossman and sons, Carroll; Evelyn, Ray, and Clarence Tunning, brothers and sister of the guest of honor. Another brother Leonard is now stationed in Germany. 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 Toastmistr ess Club, Hotel Burke. Carroll Women's Bowling Association, 8 p.m., Graham Park shel- terhouse. . Saturday- Bridge - mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Marcel la Heater And Don Korwes to Marry in August Mr. and Mrs. Claude Heater of Coon Rapids announce the engagement of their daughter, Marcella Louise, to Don Korwes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korwes of Carroll. The wedding will take place August 31. Wedding Banns <Tim«« Herald Newt Service) TEMPLETON — Banns of the approaching marriage of Edna Langel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langel, and Donald Schettler, son of Mr., and Mrs. Leonard Schettler of Mt. Carmel, were published for the second time in Sacred Heart Church. The wedding will take place August 20 at 8:30 a.m. in Sacred Heart Church, here. 4 ^e^u^i %r]Ruth Keteter, Lloyd Ryan Take Vows If Two Birthdays Noted at Party A no-host party in the Amber Rom of Club 30 Monday night observed the birthdays of Mrs. Albert Hagen and Miles Hedges. Pinochle was played at five tables. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Paul Wiederin and Neil Trovack and low by Mrs. Francis Wells and Mr. Wiederin. Mrs. Wiederin also received the traveling prize. After lunch was served, the two honored guests were presented with gifts. - * * * In addition to those named, participants were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Davis of Clarinda, Mrs. Hedges, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Ohde, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Goins, Mr. and Mrs. Led Lambertz, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Vust, Mrs. Vera Davis, Mrs. Jo Hauser and Mr. Wells. Mr. and Mrs. George Cushing of Pocahontas spent Sunday with Mrs. Cushing's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harriott. (BiU 's Studio Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Ryan Paul and Lova Thompson returned to Des Moines Monday after spending several days with their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and .Mrs. Earl B. Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hatton of Columbus, Neb., are visiting at'the home of Miss Doris Benn. They arrived here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. V. E. Johnson and family of Wahoo, Neb., were luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Malone and family Saturday. Mr. Johnson is field secretary for Luther College. • _ McCoy Reunion Sunday, Aug. 18, At Graham Park The annual McCoy family reunion will be hek< Sunday, August 18, at Graham Park in Carroll These events were started some 35 or 40 years ago. All the participants are asked to bring basket dinners. Personal Pa rag ra Madeline White and Odella Me- Gowan, owners of "The Loft" are spending this week i« Chicago attending the Gift and China Market Just Aeraes Hi Of the Hotel Street North*** | rial Burke. * WhMe in attendance they win* select many unusual, decorative, charming, and traditional items that w& be available in their Gift Shop, for your Christmas gifting. Come m todey and seleet the gift* yew reedy went to give fer aN occasions* ,> ,.^£Li ™ : -"'.v ••• • ;.,»•.... Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harriott were Mr. and Mrs. Glenn McLaughlin, formerly of Carroll, who are visiting at Marathon. Mr. McLaughlin, who is in army service, is on furlough before going to the European area. He has been stationed in Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Johnson and the letter's mother, Mrs. Charles F. Hagaman, have been entertaining various groups of relatives at their home. Mrs. Hagaman's son-in-law and daughter, Dr. and Mrs. R. C. Ingraham of Wheaton, HI., who spent the latter part of the week with them, left on a month's tour in the Pacific Northwest, planning to stop here again on the way home. Mrs. Hagaman's sons, William of Sioux City and Edward of Tucson, Ariz., who were also here, left for their homes Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Hein and daughter, Maria, of Wheaton, HI., arrived Monday for a few days. Mrs. Hein, the former Marilyn Ingraham, is a grand daughter of Mrs. Hagaman. Leav Ing Tuesday after a three-day visit were Mr. Johnson's brother in-law and* sister, Mr. and Mrs Raymond Seggerman, and son,' Ronnie, of Minonk, HI. All of the visitors were also guests of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meggers of Westside and Mr. and Mrs. Jack McDonald. WHICH 4-DOOR SEDAN IS RIGHT FOR YOU? \ {There's one to atot wery preferenet and purse) CHAMPION SUsaw Powered with Studebsker'e economical Sweepstakes Six ... handsomely, yet functionally styled... the Champion Deluxe is a distinctive car at an attractively low budget cost* (Timet Berate X«*t Stt*te*> STAR - The First Methodist Church in ,Coon Rapids was the setting for a candlelight ceremony at 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, August 11, when Ruth Keister, younger daughter df Mrs. Karl Keister and the late Mr. Keister, became the bride of Lloyd Ryan of Waterloo, son of' Mr. and Mrs, Irving Ryan also of Waterloo. Officiating at the double ring service was the Rev. Cecil C. Latta. Can- dlelighters were Susan Keister of Coon Rapids and Judy Miner of Anita. Genevieve Shirbroun, organist, played "Bridal Chorus" from "Lohengrin" by Wagner as the processional and "Recessional" by Mendelssohn. She accompanied Mrs. B. K. Shaffer, who sang "Through the Years," "Because" and "With This Ring" previous to the ceremony and Dunlap's "Wedding Prayer" after the vows were taken. * * * The altar vases were arranged with white carnations. At the chancel were large baskets of white I gladioli and red delight roses. The bride was given in marriage by her grandfather, M. B. .Keister. She was attired in a gown of frosted white nylon tulle enhanced by imported ChantiUy lace. Lace formed the yoke with its wide V- neckline and the brief sleeves of the fitted basque bodice. Another lace band clipped to simulate a swag encircled the full skirt of nylon tulle that floated to the floor and ended in a full sweep train. The fingertip veil of imported silk illusion was caught to a sweetheart shaped hat made of lace matching the gown and trimmed with seed pearls and pleated illusion. Her long gauntlets were also of matching lace. She carried a white winged detachable orchid on a ChantiUy lace covered Bible, with stephanotis, fancy leaf ivy and picot edged satin showers. For her "something old" and "something borrowed" she wore a petticoat with hand crocheted lace and insertion made 75 years ago by her great-aunt, Hattie Keister, who attended the wedding. The same petticoat was also worn by Mrs. Don Halverson and Mrs. William Keister at their weddings. * • * The bride was attended by her sister, Mrs. Noel F. Bevins of Canoga Park, Calif., matron of honor, and sister-in-law, Mrs. William I Keister, bridesmatron. They wore identical gowns of white lace and net, styled like the brides but in chapel • length. The gowns were designed and made by. Mrs. Melvln Galloway. The attendants carijedjred delight roses designed on summer white nylon net fans, with cascading roses and knotted satin showers. The bridegroom's attendants were his brother, Robert Ryan of St. Paul, Minn., and Richard Love of Waterloo. Ushers were Donald Lindsey and Jerry Kahler, both of Waterloo. The ring bearers were twin Cousins of the bride, Mark and Myron Halverson. They wore white jackets and dark trousers and carried the rings, on white satin pillows edged with net ruffles. * * * For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Keister chose an iceberg blue sheath dress with matching hat and-white accessories. The bridegroom's mother chose black and white printed shantung with white accessories: Both had corsages of Mr. and Mrs. Ted GehHng and daughter/ Frieda, cam* home Monday morning,from a three- week trip to California. They visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roderick Van Eschen, at Los Angeles and also went to Glendale, Hollywood and other cities in that area.. Mrs. Van Eschen is the former Marie Getting. Mrs. Max H. Reed and nephew, John Anderson, left Tuesday morning for northeast Iowa, to be away until Saturday. They will visit Mr. and Mra, Fred Cline at Clermont and Dr. and Mrs. Fred Truax at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Rombqufh will go to Omaha Tuesday night to meet .their daughter, Lynne, who has been working in Denver, Colo., during the summer. The three will visit overnight in Omaha returning here Wednesday. Lynne will be home on vacation until she leaves for the University of Colorado at Boulder where she is enrolled aa a freshman for the coming year. School Picni«-: ^ Sunday, Aug, 18 The annual Loudenbaefc SohoQ} picnic will be held Sunday, August 18, on the Ralston school grounds^ teachees tm will be followed by a progva ^tl Mr. and Mrs. Enunett Champion and sons, Dick, Mark, Tom and Junior, returned Monday evening from Appleton, Wis.,' where they had gone Friday to visit their son and brother, Bob Champion, who took them to Twin Rivers resort on Lake Michigan and also to Manitowoc Sunday. They stopped at Lake Okoboji on their way home. While in Wisconsin, the family was entertained at supper in the home of Mr. Champion's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Champion, at Chilton. Tom Champion, formerly of Carroll, is in the newspaper business at Chilton. Mr. and Mrs. L. B. McFee re turned home Sunday after vac* tioning for three weeks. They visit ed relatives at Champaign and Charleston, 111., attending a reunion of Mr. McFee's family at the latter place, and also visited his sister at South Bend, Ind. the remainder of the time was spent in the homes of their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr and Mrs. R. A. Hughes, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Truitt, Ottumwa; Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Harlan, Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Blake, Minburn. All students and urged to attend. A potluck dinner at tc <fc the afternoon. 4-H Club Hew Swimming Party. At Legion Pool Hera The Glidden Live Wires- 4-H Club had a swimming party- at the American Legion Pool, followed by a watermelon party at the home of Charles Feld, Monday evening. Parents of club members were guests, the group totaling about 25. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann and children, Ronnie, Gary and Steve, are home from an eight- day-vacation in Nebraska. They visited Mrs. Sundermann's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schroeter, at Lindsay and relatives and friends in Norfolk, Madison and Newman Grove. the SCsdebafeet' COMSUMHBR %Um A powerful, high compression V-8 drives this sedan. Exterior and interior are carefully crafted to insure up-to- the-minute beauty for years to come . . . and a score of exclusive features add to the pleasure of driving gad ease of handling. Tk* Stodebakar PRESIDENT Claeato The distinguished leader of the 4-door Studebaker line, the President Clastic includes such standard «ju'.p- tnent extras as thick piled carpeting, foam seating. 4- barrel carburetor, and safety fin brakes. This car, with its long 120 H" wheel base, will grace any occasion. The PACKARD Clipper TOWN SEDAN Luxurious to the' smallest deta)l : , inside and out... exceptionally responsive, as only a ear with a built-in supercharger can be. More than seventeen feet ions this Packard hugs the road • •• gives a smooth, swayless ride regardless of road surface. For the best ear *alue$ evmr.~ Studebaker-Packard co arosATroir ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) Bing Crosby in "Man on Fire" CARROLL OUTDOOR ;• v, tz i. IMF Wednesday Buck Night! feathered pink carnations centered with red roses. * * * Immediately after the wedding a reception was held in the Fellowship Hall of the church for 150 guests. The bridal table was centered with a five-tiered cake decorated with shell pink roses placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry with red delight roses around it. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Don Halverson and Mrs. Tom Chrystal of Scranton. Wreathed, tipped huckleberry and red roses surrounded the punch bowl. * * * Presiding at the coffee service and punch bowl were Mrs. Jack Wade of Jefferson and Mrs. Gerald Tigges of Columbus, Neb. Mrs. Glenn Britt of Cedar Falls was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Duane Baker of Adel and Joan and Jane Kennedy were dining room hostesses. Members of the Wesleyan Service Guild were in charge of serving. When the couple left for a trip to Ten Mile Lake In Minnesota, the bride wore a light green polished cotton dress with white accessories and the white orchid corsage from her wedding bouquet. * * * The bride is a graduate of Coon Rapids High School, Cottey College, Nevada, Mo., and Drake University, Des Moines. She has been teaching physical education at Mc Kinstry Junior High in Waterloo the last two years. Mr. Ryan, graduated from East Waterloo High School and spent a period in the armed services. He is a bookkeeper at Midwest Motor Bearing Company in Waterloo. After August 17 the couple will be at home at 1906 Bourland, Waterloo. * • • Preceding the wedding rehearsal Saturday evening Mrs. Karl Keister entertained in honor of her daughter, Ruth Keister, and Lloyd Ryan at a dinner in the M. B Keister home for the members of the bridal party. Others attending were Mrs. Noel Bevins of Canoga Park, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ryan of St. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Francis Egner, Mr. and Mrs Robert Rohlle, Donald Lindsey and Jerry Kahler all of Waterloo, Judy Miner of Anita, Rev. and Mrs. Cecil C. Latta, Mr. and Mrs William Keister, Mr. and Mrs Don Halverson, Mark and Myron, Mrs. B. K, Shaffer, Genevieve Shirbroun and Susan Keister. * • • The dinner was' prepared by Ethel Anderson and Mrs. C. E Johnson Sr. and served by Joan and Jahie Kennedy. One of the circles of the Worn an's Society of - Christian Service was in charge of the serving at a buffet supper at the bride's home following the wedding. Forty rela tives' and out-of-town guests attended. . Mr. and Mrs. Dale Ortner returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday after a week's visit with Mr. Ortner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ortner, other relatives and friends. They were accompanied by Mr. Ortner's sister, Nancy, who is spending this week with them and also with her brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ortner, at Iowa City. The Rev. Joseph Wllberding has returned to Camdenton, Mo., after visiting his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Flies. Mr. and Mrs. Flies and daughter* Mary Frances, and Fr, Wllberding were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Flies at Audubon last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Ray Keenan and son, Michael, are back at their home here after being in Idaho Falls, Idaho, since June 6. Mrs. Keenan, a registered nurse, worked at Sacred Heart Hospital while Michael stayed at the Norbert Brinkmann farm. Mrs. Keenan and Michael attended the wedding of her daughter, Mary Ann Keenan, and Leo Brinkmann June 6 at Holy Rosary Church in Idaho Falls. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Gaumnitz left for their home in Merrill Tuesday morning after visiting since, Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Quinn and family. Mrs. Quinn's brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Don Gaumnitz of Norfolk, Va., were visitors in the Quinn home Tuesday to Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Murphy and daughter, Aileen, came home Monday night from Milwaukee, Wis., where they had visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Murphy, since Thursday. ROBERT ARTHUR • KATHY NOUMt — HIT NO 2 — -CARHjotCfMOTOR COM!AWY mUM YOUR ITUPISAKIMACKARD DIAllft tftreld Ktenepftl WlUUm Will* Load tip the Cor Conit.^i,:YfH Art $1,00 for the Carload Open 7;IS p. iw, Thurs,, Aug. 15 Stertlnt et 9:30 a. m. AH Summtr Drttsas Mutt Go! $3.98 $5.98 $3.98 $1.50 TO MARRY ... Mr. and Mrs. John Riesberg of Halbar an nounce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Lots L„ to Ray Tunning, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning of Ded ham. Saturday, October 5, has been set as the date of the wedding which will take place . at St. Augustine's Church in Hal bur. ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) "Joe Butterfly" CARROLL Wednesday I One Night Only! ' THE STORY CVERf J GIRL MUST SEE! > X BAXTER 1 v \ si I Kl |,\(, , ; IIAYI)I-:N •2 [Come 550 Reasons Why You Should Be Here Tonight (Wed.) Open 6:45 p. m. Shows at | 7 fir 9:05 p. m. Kiddie Show Wednesday . . • 2:00 p. m. ALAN LADO in "Black Knight" 25c Under 12 Years of Age 1 Hack _ Maternity Dresses—~—— Starts Smell Slat only. Back-to-School 1 DAY SPECIAL Thursday Only! Permanent Wave $10.00 AsreSi trim Nst Office ""'vsa/afe"" 1 " YOUR VISION • 1 a eonttnuini seriee of articies prepared for newspapers M • public service . . • •y DR. JAMtS R. Optometrist Does Training Correct Visual Defects^ The "throw away your glasses" idea is appealing but unfortunately it is not scientifically sound. The-person who dumps his spectacles in the ashcan probably thinks he'sees better than h« does, and he may be taking" fespeprte cjhi4ce ,s with his sight. Visual training, or eye exercise, is a, very effective and necessary means to treat ^any vision problems. It is designed to solve a certain problem, not to get rid of necessary lenses. It is widely used in cases which cannot fys corrected by any other means. Vision can be improved by exercise —the eye can be taught to see clearer to some extent. The need for glasses for a few { larticular uses may be reduced — but, with few exceptions, can hey bo eliminated. Vision may become "better", but the gain must be reinforced by proper lenses in order to be permanent in nature. Exercises are of great value in improving poor eye muscle coordination. The visual scientist calls this "fusion"—the ability of the two eyes to work together and see as one. Many eyes have more or less severe degrees of poor fusion. Visual training is very effective in correcting these cases. The structure of the eye cannot be changed by exercises- astigmatism and nearsightedness cannot be eliminated in slgn^ ficant amounts. However, eye muscles, like other body muscles, can improve, their skill by practice. The eyes can learn to pep- form better, faster, and more effectively. Reading speed, com* fort, and efficiency are rewards of exercise. i Eyes do not automatically, learn to function perfectly. Coordination, rapid and accurate adjustments, do not always prop* erly develop. Many visual problem* in both cbUdren and ajJulfi are of this nature—requiring orthoptic* whe«ier or not ' are worn. , gopyrKM. vm Vlsten Oontervetton tosMMe. SpMtiortd for PvWk InfermaHo* by MM 15 A ! •AtatfIMM ^^gjSka ^etjjSM ^^g #LagW , Pr, O. ^, O'CoiHtaf Dr. John I. Martin Dr»"'Rox> W» Mlaaaii 7"

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