Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 14, 1957 · Page 4
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August 14, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Personal Paragraphs PefC Neil returned Wednesday morning from a three-day visit with Mr. Md Mrs. Eugene Schleus- aer at Glrner. > Mr. and Mri. Robert C. Everett INDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) ^ "Skabenga" and Desperadoes Are In Town" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. ADVENTURE, HO! Rummage Sale at the Central Pood Mkt. Bide., sponsored by Sacred Heart Guild, Templeton, on Friday, August 16, 6 until 9:30 p.m. Adv. Mr. and Mra. John Burke of Delmar were overnight guests Tuesday at the home of Mrs. George Foley. Before coming here they visited the George Lawler family and Mrs. Joe Lawler at Westside, and Joe Lawler in St. Joseph Hospital, Omaha. Mrs. Martin Miller and children Mart, Susan, and Dan of Des Moines are spending the week with Mrs. Miller's parents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. polking. Mr. Miller expect* to join them for the weekend. Open at 7:15 p. m. Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREE! and children Patty and Mickey have returned from a two-week trip to Colorado. They visited relatives and friends at Denver, Colorado Springs, Boulder and Ft. Collins. CD. of A. ~ Workshop Here Oct. 6 Mrs. Anna Baxter of Dubuque, state regent of the Catholic Daughters of America, met with past grand regents of the Carroll Court at Mra. R. M. Moehn's home Tuesday night to make final arrangements for a workshop to be held at Hotel Burke here Sunday, October 6. The date, which was set origin- aly for October IS, has been moved j ahead one week. * • * Two workshops for Catholic Daughters are being held in Iowa, the other to be at Waterloo. The Past Grand Regents Club of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6 is in charge of arrangements here. Mrs. Baxter stopped in Carroll on her way to Omaha. Time* H«r»lJ, Carroll, lew* Wednesday, Aug, 14, 1M7 Rummage Sale at the Central Food Mkt. Bldg., sponsored by Sacred Heart Guild, Templeton* on Friday, August 16, 6 until 9:30 P.m. Adv. Ends Tonight (Wed.) "The Come On Thur.-Fri.-Sat. CARROII M-G-M pntMh nWyear 't big tu *p«ns».»hock«rl DORIS LOUIS DAYJOURDAN BAMY FtANK SULLIVANjjJDVEJOY UULIE An Arwin Production Open 6:45 p. m. Shows at 7 & 9:10 p. m. Extra Added ... In Color "The Rose Bowl Story" - Highlights of the Rose Bowl Parade fir Football Game Between Iowa & Oregon State! Social Calendar Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club, 5 Amber R6om> Club 80. Carroll ToastmisU 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. Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ted Schuli Sr. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall. Amvets Auxiliary, Amvets Clubrooms. Women's golf supper, 3:30 p.m., Country Club. Albert Liechtis Given Surprise on 20th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Albert Liechti were honored Saturday evening at a surprise party, planned by their daughters in observance of their 20th wedding anniversary, August 12. The evening was spent playing cards and bunco. Prizes were won by Mrs. John Liechti and Mrs. Elmer Venzke. Included in the group were: Mr. and Mrs. Bill Murley and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Gerry, Sac City; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Venzke and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peters and family, Lake View: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. John Liechti and Mildred McQuaid, Arcadia; Mrs. Florence Liechti and Mr. and Mrs. Gottfried Gruhn, Carroll; Sharon and Sberyl Liechti and the honored couple completed the party. Lunch, brought by the participants, was served at the card tables. Mr. and Mrs Liechti received gifts and anniversary cards. Mrs. H. R. Smith drove to Des Moines Tuesday and was accompanied back by her son, Richard Rausch, who was employed at the state house this summer. He will be home until returning to Iowa City for his senior year at the State University of Iowa. at the "Head of the Class" all ways! FRESH... MANNING CREAMERY »*»MILK Get an Extra Supply for Those Healthy School Day Appetites 9 * Manning Creamery Product* Sold at j(i#rf avorite Store It's «asy as A .B.C.... plenty of milk every day equals plenty of good health and energy for growing youngsters! Give them a grand back-to- school start with milk for breakfast... and let them refresh with milk after school, tool It's a wholesome, delicious treat any time...tops for adding extra flavor and food value to cooking and baking, tool Enjoy it often! MANNING CREAMERY CO. If ,5k { • *MMMI>teHiMMMiMtB«timM[iaM«—11 n^fi^ '|j Julm«lHfrtJ ^tjrlTfiHWeWB II H i ill . Jj .n if/ V *p *M i'' I WILL OBSERVE SSTH ANNIVERSARY ...Mr, and Mrs. Mike Balk will celebrate their 55th wedding anniversary by holding open house at their home in Willey from 2 to 4 o'clock Sunday afternoon, August 18. Another feature of the day will be a family dinner party In the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke at 11:30 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. Balk have 131 living descendants, including 10 children, 71 grandchildren and 50 great-grandchildren. Their daughters and sons are: Mrs. John Kerper, Carroll; Clem Balk, Templeton; Mrs. John Hofbauer, Coon Rapids; Mrs. John Kasperbauer, Manning; Mrs. Norbert Pudenz, Mt. Carmel; Mrs. Lawrence Olerlch, Breda; Mrs. Marvin OlerichT Mt. Carmel; Hllbert Balk, Laurell, Miss,; Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert, San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Al Soldin, Long Beach, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Balk were born in Carroll County. Mrs. Balk was Catherine Venteicher before her marriage. Cancel Sunday's Two-Ball Foursome At the Country Club A two-ball foursome scheduled to be held at the Carroll Country Club Sunday afternoon. August 18, has been canceled. The cancellation is announced by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Marz and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Evans, co-chairmen of the committee in charge. One or two of these events will probably be held in the fall. 'Westlaco' Picnic Attended by 37 at vVilmer Hanson Home <Ttmn Herald New* Service) LAKE VIEW - A "Westlaco" picnic was held Sunday at the Wilmer Hanson home. Guests were former winter vacationers at the Westlaco tourist center. Towns represented at a pancake breakfast were Sleepy Eye, Minn.; Dakota, City. Humboldt, Fort Dodge, Odebolt, Early, Breda, Muscatine and Lake View. * * * Additional guests at dinner and supper came from Pocahontas and Fonda,' t Z\" There were 37 dinner guests and 16 breakfastjjuests. Rainbow Girls Honor State Head of Georgianne Peterson of Des Moines, grand worthy advisor of Iowa Rainbow Girls, was honored at a silver tea of the Carroll Assembly at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson. In the receiving line. Miss Peterson was introduced by Mary Morrison, who served as a grand page at the Grand Assembly of Rainbow Girls at Fort Dodge in June. The guests were also greeeted by Mrs. B. B. Lehman, mother advisor of the Carroll Assembly, and Ann Wilson. Sharon Kobbe introduced the program.. * • « Miss Peterson explained projects for the coming year. Mrs, D. W. Hanssen, first mother advisor of the Carroll Assembly, told how the assembly was started. Mrs. Paul Hazelbaker, another past mother advisor, spoke. Other past mother advisors who were guests were Mrs. L. E. Sweany and Mrs. S. S. Kudsk. Past worthy advisors attending were Dorothy Hodges and Mary Morrison. On behalf of the assembly, Miss Kobbe presented Miss Peterson with a gift and Miss Morrison presented a gift to Mrs. Hazelbaker, who preceded Mrs. Lehman as mother advisor. * * * Mrs. Hanssen and Mrs. Hazelbaker presided at the tea services. A crystal epergne with garden roses decorated the table's pink cloth. Mrs. Verdis Hansen and Mrs. H. B. Kobbe, members of the advisory board, Mrs. Wilson and Mrs. Lehman served. The group of 44 included Mrs. Perry, associate mother advisor of the Lohrville Assembly, and four of the members. The Rev. and Mrs. John Maze and daughter, Mary Martha, • of Essex, who spent five days of their vacation nere with the Rev. Mr. Maze's mother, Mrs. G. P. Maze, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Maze, and family, are now visiting Mrs. Maze's relatives at Shell Rock and Waterloo. They ^^will return ^to Essex Friday. Before coming ito Carroll, the family spent a week in the Black Hills. Myma Schulj^, Feted at Shower .(Timet Herald Netw Service)' BREDA — Mrs Ed Snyder and daughter, Elvira, of Auburn honored Myrna Schulte at a prenuptial shower in St. Mary's hall, Auburn, Sunday afternoon. Thirty guests attended the courtesy. The afternoon was spent playing traveling bingo, at which prizes were won by Mrs. Walter Schulte, Mrs. Eugene Hoffman and Leota. Snyder. ' •--„ >.•Jean Snyder won a birthday prize and the door prize. Gladys Ramsbottom received a cup prize. The bride-elect was presented with a corsage by the hostesses. *. * * A bride doll centered the gift table which was decorated in the bridal colors of deep aqua and white. Del Rae Vonnohme artd Elvira Snyder assisted with opening of the gifts. A two-course lunch was served by the hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Henry Wuebker and Mrs. Alois Vonnohme. Miss Schulte will marry Orville Snyder at St. Bernard Church in Breda, Saturday, September 7. Polking Families Hold Their Reunion At Park in Breda (Time* Herald New» Service) BREDA—The annual reunion of the Frank Polking families was held at Memorial Park Sunday. A picnic dinner and supper was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Larry Polking and LoU and Mr.and Mrs. Richard Dethlefsen, Manning; Mrs. Joe Klahs. Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid and family, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Polking, Mr. and Mrs. Art Polking and Diane, Mrs. Norman Ludwig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Polking and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Polking and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marcell Polking and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Polking and family, Mrs. Tony Pick and Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. -Walter Fee and family. SPECIAL! Permanents 2 -Par $8.00 For School Girht Any Agt Mothersi Send your daughters back to school looking their very best. If you don't have two "daughters—bring a friend. Offer Good Until Au* M UNIQUE Beauty Shop THE BIGGEST-THE BEST THE FINAL etowhior*, SUMMER CLEARANCE Starts Thursday:: \ 9 a. m. You Know These Sales, So Be Here When The Doors Open Tomorrow! DRESSES Final Wrap-up of Lovely B rough ton Quality Dresses 3 STAR STUDDED GROUPS Final sale of summer fashions. Each of these is a superbly crafted, elegantly styled dress. At Broughton's, we don't carry merchandise from one year over to the next— so out they go in three value packed groups. ' . * 298 * 95 • • FORMALS Broughton's glamour-touehed formats. A beautiful collection of "good size range" formals now at drastically reduced prices. Come in and choose now. " JEWELRY Costume jewelry of distinction at dime store prices. Limited group of top fashion pieces. Sole 59c VERY, VERY SPECIAL! CAN-CANS Billowing tiers of luxurious nylon/ artfully styled with fuller sweep and gayer styling than you've ever imagined. Yards and yards ^» 4fe w*. of flattering ruffles. Prices DP slashed for this final clearance event. • ^T*^™~ HATS J &t t a few lovely hats, priced for immediate clearance. Bach a true, Broughton gem. h Maternity Dresses Two limited groups of nlew, maternity glamour. For ail occasions . . . until your date with the stork. $298 - $5.00 BLOUSES Umitect group of blouses.: Every one must be sold. Come * in and take your pick. Not s all sues, but if you still need t blouses you'd better check' this group now! I L«CKJ ffie WalST'lp

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