Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 14, 1957 · Page 3
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 14, 1957
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Showers and Storms Cool Sultry Iowa : By The Associated Press Showers and thunderstorms, some of them locally heavy, frolicked across Iowa and yanked temperatures down out of the 90- degree range Tuesday night. The heaviest rainfall was in Grundy County, where' Wellsburg received 3.50 inches, Grundy Center 2.57 and Dike 2.10 inches. Waterloo had 1.76 inches, Logan 1.69, Bayard and Forest City 1.68, Kent an unofficial 1.67, Cresco 1.40, Council Bluffs 1.22, Diagonal an unofficial 1.20, Mason City 1.13, Northwood 1.11, Garner 1.04, Steamboat Rock 1.03 and Dumont and Marble Rock one inch. Lightning which accompanied the rains destroyed a large barn on the Charles Pierce farm near Afton. High winds reaching 64 miles per hour in gusts, hit Des Moines, ripping down tree limbs and cutting electric and telephone lines. Des Moines had about a third of an inch of rain. , More scattered showers and thunderstorms were forecast for northwest Iowa Thursday afternoon and the outlook was that they would spread over the state Friday. The forecast calls for tempera Times Herald, Carroll, lew* Wednesday, Aug. T4, 1957 Legion Discusses Vets Day Observance City-wide observance of Veterans Day on Ncvember 11 was among'topics discussed by members of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion, at a meeting of the post in Legion hall Tuesday night. Floyd Heithbff presided as the new commander. A committee appointed by Commander Heithoff for the annual Legion dance includes Max Sell, chairman, Ed Gcrlich, John Semmens, Joe Twit, Bill Meshek, Louis Nockels, and Bill Schenkelherg. The new commander stressed that all meetings will begin promptly at, 8 p.m. Immanuel ens September 3 LIDDERD ALE—Immanuel Lutheran School, Lidderdale, is scheduled to open Tuesday, September 3. On opening day, sessions will be from 9 until noon. The' number enrolled is expected to be nearly the same as last year—about 55. Eight pupils are expected in kindergarten. Thre faculty remains the same: Miss Lois Bode,, who attended summer school at Concordia Teachers College, River Forest, HI., the past vacation", will teach kindergarten to third. A. L. Daenzer, principal, will be In charge of grades four through eight. The school plant is being made ready for the opening of school with cleaning, refinishing, and re pairing. A hot lunch program will again be offered at 25c per meal. Mrs. Arnold Sporleder and Mrs. Ervin Subbert will be the cooks, alternating weekly. They will be assisted daily by a.mother of the VAIL — An enrollment of about j pupils. This plan has worked very 140 is expected at St. Ann School,! satisfactorily since the program Vail, which will open for the new! was started several years ago. St. Ann's to Enroll About 140 Students Women's Bureau Collecting Dolls, Toys for Christmas Members of the Women's Bureau of the Chamber of Commerce believe in doing their Christmas planning early. They are collecting dolls and toy's of all kinds for children of needy families. All pewons having playthings which can "be repaired and made presentable for Christmas gifts are asked to call Mrs. Robert H. Hatch, co-chairman of the Women's Bureau, or Mrs. Edna Collins, chairman of the Christmas project. Arrangements will be made for the dolls and toys to be picked up. Mrs. Hatch and Mrs. Collins have reminded bureau members that only four regular meetings "remain before Christmas and there is a great deal of work to be done in preparation for the project Five lowons Lose Lives In Accidents Rose Hoffman Becomes Bride Of John Kanealy By The Associated Press Auto accidents, drownings and a farm fire took the lives of five Iowans Tuesday. Herbert Johnson, 50, Cleghorn, was injured fatally in a two-car collision at an O'Brien County road intersection. Authorities blamed tall corn for obstructing vision of both drivers. Mrs. Chris Wilson, 63, Pomeroy, was killed and five persons were injured when the car in which she was riding collided with another auto at Badger curve on Highway 169 north of Fort Dodge. Clarence Rau, 48, Sumner, fa-jKenry ther of five children, drowned in the Mississippi River north of Frairie du Chten Back at Perry after their wedding trip to Colorado are Mr. and Mrs. John Kanealy. The bride, the former Rose Hoffman, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Hoffman of Carroll. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Edna Kanealy of Perry and the late Donald Kanealy. The wedding ceremony took place at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Perry, with the Rev. Maurice Powers officiating. White gladioli were arranged on the altar for the 8 a.m. double ring service. Members of the church choir sang the high mass with organ accompaniment by Joyce Mc- Auburn Ritsf • -. (Time* Herald V*&-.&*^ J £;£>$ : AUBURN—Zion Lutheran :chuTc &|g here was the scene of a la^.su^n-fr mer wedding Sunday, •MgUat^tt^^ at: 2 p.m. when Madim.'ittmjB^l^'}- McCoy, daughter of Mr;'«n^Mi #L ,. .Elmer McCoy of Auburn,,became v nesday after a weeks visit at the the brid e of Donald C. Wagg. son Picnic Supper ' Honors Visitors A picnic supper in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heires and family of Chester, 111., and Pvt. Ray Gehling of Brooks Medical Center, Ft. Sam Houston, Tex., was held Tuesday night in the shelterhouse at Graham Park. Seventy relatives and friends were present. Mr. and Mrs. Heires left Wed- Boxes of food and playthings will j started after a couple of his child- be packed for all needy families i ren who appeared to be wading in in the community. i deep water. * * * The bride, given in marriage by Wis., when he her father, wore a gown of white slipper satin covered with double nylon embroidered net. The long pointed sleeves came to points year with a part-time session on Monday, September 2. The anticipated enrollment will be an increase over preceding years, according to the Rev. D. L. Clark, superintendent. During the sum tures in the 80s over the entire i mer, all upstairs rooms have been state Wednesday afternoon. Highs Tuesday ranged from 80 at Mason City to 96 at Des Moines. Low readings Tuesday night varied from 57 at Spencer to 71 at Burlington. The mercury is expected to fall into the 60s at all points Wednesday night. The five-day forecast calls for rainfall averaging half an inch to an inch and a half in showers Thursday night and Friday and again Sunday night and Monday. Temperatures are expected to average near normal. Only one of the outlying territories of the United States has commonwealth status, that being Puerto Rico. painted and floors refinished in preparation for the opening date. Besides the regular elementary curriculum, Immanuel school's policy is to provide "the one thing needful"—through instruction in religion. The school is open to all who wish to avail themselves of this opportunity. Those interested are invited to see the principal for further information about enrollment. The plan is to secure cooperation; Leroy Brown, about 67, Mount! and the gown featured a sweet- of the Girl Scouts and Boy Scouts,; Pleasant, drowned in the Skunk if possible, in repairing toys and j River southwest of Mount Pleasant dressing dolls. Other organizations j when he and a brother waded into will be contacted to help in any; the stream to fish, way they can. PINBALL RULING DES MOINES (ffl - Municipal j CONSERVATION PROGRAM Judge Harry B. Grund ruled Tues St. Joseph's of Dedhamto Open Sept. 2 heart neckline. The long skirt end ed in a cathedral train. The bride's double veil was attached to an orange blossom tiara of pearls. Otto Borth, 73, retired farmer, j She carried a bouquet of stephano- was burned fatally when gasoline i Us, pink roses and white gladioli he was pouring into a power lawn- 1 atop a white prayerbook which mower apparently became ignited He lived with two sisters at Anita Johnson's wife, 38, Mr*. Lavonne! maid of honor and Joan Hoffman was a gift of the bridegroom. Mary Patricia Kanealy served as homes of Mr. and Mrs. John Staiert and Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Heires. Pvt. Gehling is home on leave for a visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Gehling, other relatives and friends. Joni Rupiper Is Given Farewell Joni Rupiper, who is entering St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis., as an aspirant, was given a surprise farewell party Tuesday evening at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Rupiper. It was in the form of a picnic supper, which was turned into an indoor party because of the rain. The group included Joni Riesberg. Janet Trecker, Judy Frank, Dolores Hannasch. Mary Lou Siepker, Mary Kay Conley. Karen and Carleen Heithoff, Judy Hulsing, of Mr, and Mrs. Vincent K. Wagtf: of Port Huron, Michigan. The Rev.' L. S. Winter officiated at the single ring ceremony. Mrs. Detrich Meyer presided at« the organ, playing the. traditional;* wedding marches and accompany;*.: ing Carlene Skinner, who salts',' "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." * * * The bride, given in marriage by., her father, wore a floor-length gown of Chantilly lace. Her fingertip veil of white net and Chantilly lace was held in place by a beaded' bandeau. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses centered with a detachable corsage of red roses. '. The bride's only attendant was her former roommate, Mrs. Ted Baker of Des Moines who wore- a floor-length gown of • powder- blue net and taffeta over a taffeta skirt. She wore a bandeau of day that pinball machines which pay off in' free games instead of money are illegal under Iowa law. He made the ruling in connection with recent seizure of a pinball machine from James R. Seay, 36, Des Moines billiard parlor operator. Nagel. 33. of Harris, and her i and Charlene Hoffman, brides- daughter, Beth Ann, 2, were taken ; maids. Their gowns were of Pers- to a Hartley hospital. j ian green silk over satin. They The five persons injured in the! wore matching wide-brimmed hats ___„..,• e . . u cu , accident north of Fort Dodge were S of lace and carried white lace • ~~™** - M - Jose ?" Sc " 0011 brought to Lutheran Hospital! baskets fiUed with baby pink in Dedham will open with regis- ; there They were RusseU D ^ m? . , roses S tration and a half-day session: bell Humboldti believed to be Mrs.! Dennis Kanealy was best man. Wilson's son-in-law; his two daugh- j Ushers were Donald Hoes and ters. Janis. 14, and Kathy. about | James Kanealy. Groomsmen were servation Commission has asked "-eauuci • u» ™ tu.nmg v«i. * s - 16 . and their girl {rient }, Jeanne j the bride's brothers, Loren and Dr. Ira N. Gabrielson, president 1 aignrnent of other•members of the: We stfaU. 16. Humboldt; and Ro-; Wilfred Hoffman, of the Wildlife Institute, to prepare .teaching staff will be made by the . bert Howar d Eastman, Minneapo- j A reception for 150 guests was „ 10-year future development plan. Franciscan Sisters of perpetual j hs alone in tne other car j held at Hotel Pattee . Mrs . Michael for Iowa's parks, forest, fish and; Adoration. Lacrosse. Wis uass-; Rau ste pped into 12 feet of water ; Kanealy cut the bride's four- wildlife. The 25-year plan on which rooms hav . e been retimsned dur- when he sought to head of{ his , tiered cake wWch WftS decora t ed Monday, September 2. Miss Jo-! DES MOINES iff 1 )— The Iowa Con- i sephine Christy will be the lay servation Commission has asked! teacher for the coming year. As LoisTaphorn and Carol Eich. With j blue flowers to match her gown.. the exception of three, they were I He r bouquet was of red roses, classmates of Joni at Kuemper 1 High School. All stayed for a bunk party. Joni will report at the convent August 25. There is only one municipally owned opera house in the United States, that being at San Francisco. the commission embarked in 1933 is, near its conclusion. "Martial law" means that troops are being used to maintain peace, not wage war; "military law" implies a state of siege. ing vacation in preparation the reopening children from wading too far out j with wedding bells and topped on a sandbar. They family was j with a bouquet of baby pink roses. | occupying a cottage on an island I The bride was graduated from The 400-pound pirarucu, or riv- nearby. j St. Angela Academy, Carroll, and er whale, which is found in the j — (Iowa School of Beauty Culture, Amazon River, is the largest There is a museum of Interna- j Des Moines. She has been employ- 86 Members of Niehaus Family Attend a Reunion The annual reunion picnic of the Niehaus family was held Sunday afternoon in the Sac City Park; Among 86 members of the family present for the occasion were representatives from Cafroll, Arcadia, Havelock, Laurens, Dickens, Fonda, Webb, Albert City, Wall Lake, Yetter, and Breda. freshwater fish in the world. With School Days Coming Up - Around Carroll County Almost Everybody PUTS THEIR KIDS IN DUFFY'S SHOES! tional Folk Art at Santa Fe, N.M. ed as a beauty operator in Perry | The bridegroom, a graduate of St. Patrick's High School in Perry, attends Iowa State College, Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Kanealy are residing at 1210 Warford Street, Perry. Boys Wing Tip Oxford. Brown or Black $6.95 Boys Seuff Proof Tip Brown High Shoes $5.95 UFFY'S CHILDREN'S SHOES POINT FITTED TO ASSURE CORRECT FIT O V*'* fit them for ItngtS « We fit fh ».Ti for width « Wo fit »h* arch a W» fit th« inj«ep 9 W» fit thcrn for foot action Girl* Black Patent Swivel Strap, Wear as pump or strap $4.95 Jean Ellis Feted At Personal Shower In Lake View Home (Time* Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW—Mrs. R. B. Domer and Mrs. C. A. Peterson were hostesses at a personal shower honoring Jean Ellis who will be married Aug. 31. The party was held in the Domer home on Denison Beach. . | Twenty guests participated in a j quiz game concerning their wed' ding dates and places of marriage, j The bride-elect was required to guess the dates. Each one who was identified told about her own wedding day. The gift table was covered with satin and centered with a bride i doll and flowers in Miss Ellis' i colors of toast and burnt orange. I The hostesses served refreshments at the close of the evening. Donna Haubrich's Birthday Observed At a Lawn Party (Time* Herald ?few» Berrlee) DEDHAM—Several young people held a lawn party and picnic supper Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haubrick for Donna Lee Haubrick's birthday. Present were Doreen Bluml, Sharon and Kathy Lewis, Marcella Axman, Bernice Kitt, Joleen and Lorraine Schon, Dedham; Tom Galloway, Keith Dorpinghaus and Billy Thomas, Coon Rapids. The group presented Donna with a gift. Ted Maze and Patricia Nickell of Eagle Grove spent Sunday with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs'.; George E. Maze, and family. Other dinner guests in the Maze home were the Rev and Mrs: John Maze and daughter. Mary Martha, of Essex and Mrs. G. P. Maze. Only at Duffy's Can You Get Such a Large School Shoe Selection! POLL PARROT SHOES ARE PRE-TESTED FOR WEAR ... PRE-FLEXED FOR COMFORT POLL PARROT SHOES GIVE YOUR CHILDREN MORE WEARABILITY MORE DURABILITY POLL PARROT SHOES) ARE LOCKSTITCHED WITH NYLON FOR GREATER FRICTION Mrs. Peter Juergens, Mrs. Tom Finn and Mrs, Frank Liewe* and daughters, Mary Kay and Sheryl, returned Tuesday night with Mrs. Auguest Boeckman and daughters, Kathleen and Joan, of Breda, from. ... „,..._ Waterloo, where they visited Mrs. Mrs. Agnes Bral and Mrs. Emma j uergens . son and daugh- Benischek returned to their homes ter> fc r and Mrs . Don Auen, and in Chicago Wednesday after a famfly for two days. ' ' . • " weeks visit with their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John| Visitors In the home of Mr. and Ludwig, and other relatives at! Mrs. Dale Barton at Glidden are Manilla, Vail and the surrounding area. The Ludwigs and the Chicagoans were guests af another brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Benischek, and daughter, Gladys, at Aspinwall Tuesday. Mrs. Barton's mother, Mrs. E. Reed, of Long Beach, Calif., and sister, Mrs. Harry C. Huning and children, Jay and Lesley, of Lakewood. Long Beach. Theyare spending a two-week vacation with the Bartons. The bridegroom was attended- by his brother, Eugene Wagg of Port Huron, Mich. James DeVaney of Omaha, brother-in-law of the bride, and Albert McCoy of Auburn, brother- of the bride, ushered. A reception for approximately-50 guests was held in the church parlors. The bridal table was centered with a three-tiered cake in white and pink, topped with a minia- ; ture bride and groom under ^an, jarch centered with a white wedding bell. The cake had been made and the bride's- grandmother, Mrs. Carlie Mpbre 1 ' of Forrestburg, S. D. Bouquets dl mixed garden flowers completed' the table decorations. A Reception hostess was the bride's aunt, Mrs. Bob Simpson of Canton, S. D. Serving were Marge Hunt and/ Medhar Petzenhauser, Auburn, former classmates of the bride. Mrs. Ai Walrod of Lake View. Mrs. Harvey Lesle and Mrs. L. S. Winter cut and served the cake. Mrs. Eva White of Tyndall, S. D. f the bride's grandmother, presided at the coffee service. Mrs. James DeVaney of Omaha, the bride's sister, attended the guest book. Mrs. Ted Baker of Des Moines, former roommate of the bride, and Mildred McCoy of Auburn, the bride's sister, opened and displayed the gifts. The bride's mother wore a blue dress flecked with gray and the bridegroom's mother, an orchid -dress. Their corsages were of red roses. Mrs. Eva White of Tyndall, S. D., the bride's grandmother, wore a printed voile dress and Mrs. Carlie Moore of Forrestburg, S. D., the bride's grandmother, a powder- blue lace dress. Each wore a Illy corsage. Mrs. Wagg graduated from the Auburn High School inj 1956 and. from the Commercial Extension ; College at Omaha. She ig : a^ste^ ographer-cashier at the Household Finance Corporation in- Des Moines. Mr. Wagg graduated from Almont High School prior tp-4iis enlistment in the U. S. Mjarjine:- Corps. He has attended Port Huron, Junior College and plans to enter college this fall. He is employed as an attendant at a Shell Oil Station in Des Moines. ' " Mr. and Mrs. Wagg will make their home in Des Moines temporarily; . '•: POWER POLL PARROT SHOES ARE FITTED BY EXPERT SHOE FITTERS AT DUFFY'S Black and White fiddle Shoes $4.95 & $«.95 . 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