Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 15, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 15, 1957
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Mrs. Charles S t r «11 o n and daughter. „ JLinda Ferris, arrived Wednesday from their home in Remhiwndt for a two-day visit .^th $rs,. Stratton's parents-in-law, ;«>^|r ri and Mrs. Homer A. Stratton. Betty Lauridsen Notes Birthday Mr. and Mrs. William Lauridsen gave a party Wednesday even- tag for their daughter, Betty, who celebrated her 16th birthday. They entertained 23 girls at a picnic 9upper at Graham Park and lunch later in thp evening at their home. During the intervening hours, the group attended the swimming meet at the American Legion Pool. Betty was presented with birthday gifts. KILLED BY TRACTOR IRETON WT -Darrel Franke, 28, was killed Wednesday in a tractor accident a half mile from the Franke farm near this Sioux County town. The tractor Franke was operating overturned and fell on him. Mrs. B. V. McKinney and son, Mark, of Northridge, Calif., will arrive in Carroll Thursday afternoon, called by the death of Mrs. McKinney's father, Dr. W. L. McConkie. They are flying to Omaha. 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. CARROLL OUTDOOR Tkurt. - Fri. - Sot. ADVENTURE, HO! Ensign Carleen Hen, who works in the Pentagon at Washington, D. C, arrived Wednesday afternoon to spend a week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Hess, and family. She flew to Omaha Tuesday and visited friends there before coming home. 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. Mr«. Bill Forrest, sons, Larry and'Frank, and daughter, Virginia, of Plains, Mont., who are visiting Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Daugherty, are presently with Mrs. Forrest's parents,.. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Miller, at Manilla. They will return here Friday and accompany Mr. and Mrs. Daugherty to their cottage at Lake Okobojt for a few days. Mrs. Forrest is Mrs. Daugherty's daughter-in-law. Bake Sale, St. Lawrence Hall Sunday, August 18, after 7:30 mass. Adv. CO-HIT " rv. TNI "" ^ Open at 7:15 p. m. Adults 60e Children Under 12 FREE! Archie Gieti returned home Tuesday night after he and Mrs. Gietz had spent four days with Mrs. Gietz's cousin, Miss Virginia Pfelf- fer, at Hollywood, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Gietz flew to Los Angeles and back to Denver, where Mrs. Gietz stayed for a few days' visit with her sister, Miss Dorice Coffin. She plans to return home Saturday. More Than 100 Attend Card Party A card party sponsored by the August Circle ot the St. Lawrence Christian Mothers Confraternity at the Brown Derby Wednesday afternoon was attended by more than 100 participants. Co-Chairmen of the circle are Mrs. Robert H, Matt and Mrs. Leo H. Kuker. Dessert and coffe.e were served, buffet style, before tables were formed for card?. Garden flowers were the decorations. » * * High score contract bridge prizes were won by Mrs W. R. Lee, Mrs. Harriet Burns and Mrs. Ed Murphy; second high by Mrs. H. J. Olerich and Mrs. Lyle Thelen, and low, Mrs. Frank W. Beiter and Mrs. Frank Balk. The top auction prize was received by Mrs. .Vic Olerich. The high score pinochle, prize was awarded to Mrs. Otto Bluml and second high, Mrs. Chris Hausman. Mrs. Philip Schwarzkopf was the winner of the high score 500 prize and Mrs. Ann Greteman, low. * * * Various other prizes were given. Mrs. F. J. Malone received one for the score closest to 1957; Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum for the birthday nearest to August 14; Mrs. W. R. Macke, for having the largest number of grandchildren, and Mrs. John Meyers and Mrs. Lambert Thelen, for wedding anniversary dates closest to August 14. Committee members assisting the co-chairmen were Mrs. Leon Schleisman, Mrs. Mike Wittrock, Mrs. H. L. Silsby, Mrs. Macke, Mrs. Lloyd Booth, Mrs. O. J. Bernholtz, Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal, Mrs. Vic Olerich, Mrs. B. J. Leahy, Mrs. E. J. Waters. Mrs. George Marget, Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick, Mrs. R. M. Moehn, Mrs. Malone, Mrs. Paul Greteman and Mrs. William Reicks. Thur.-Fri.-Sot. C ARROLI < M-G-M presents the year's big suspense-ihoekerl DORIS LOUIS DAY-JOURDAN BARRY FRANK SULLIVAN J .0VEJ0Y kJULIE An Arwin Production Open 6:45 p. m. Shows at 7 k 9:10 p. m. Extra Added ... In Color "The Rote Bowl Story" - Highlights of the Rose Bowl Parade fir Football Garni Between Iowa fir Oregon State! Timet Herald, Cerretl, lews Thursday, Aug. 15, 1957 PPllI • / Hill TO GRADUATE . . . Shirley Ann Wenck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Wenck of Lidderdale, wiU be graduated from the Lutheran School of Nurses Training In the Sioux City auditorium at 8 p.m. Tuesday, August 20. Baccalaureate services will be August 18 In St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Sioux City. Miss Wenck Is a graduate of Carroll High School. Leota Niehaus . Is Recipient of PrenuptialParties Leota Niehaus who will marry Llewellyn Ryan at 9 a. m. September 2 in the St. Lawrence Church here was complimented at two parties given by her sister, Mrs. Wayne Andrews, in the Andrews home at Storm Lake Tuesday. The first was a 10 a. m. brunch. Guests in addition to the bride- elect and her sister, Letha Niehaus. were Marilyn George, Sondra Main, Anita Nauthton and Diane Zubradt. Mrs Andrews presented Miss Niehaus with a corsage. * * * At 2 o'clock in the afternoon, Mrs. Andrews entertained at a luncheon, followed by a miscellaneous shower. Guests included Mrs. Louis Niehaus and Mrs Francis Ryan, mothers ofUhe prospective bride and groom, Mrs O. R. Andrews and Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden, Carroll; Mrs. Robert Andrews, Spencer, and Mrs. Bob Hawley, Mrs. Leo Wolf and Mrs. Delbert Farrell, Storm Lake. * * * At each party, the guests were seated at a lace-covered table decorated with a crystal candelabrum, sweet peas and lilies-of-the-valley. The candelabrum held blue and white candles, carrying out Miss Niehaus' colors. Mrs. Robert H. Matt and children, Cathy and Tommy, returned Tuesday night from Colorado Springs, Colo., where they spent nearly a week with Mrs. Matt's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cupps, and family. Women Bowlers To Start New Season Aug. 28 The Carroll Women's Bowling Association held an organizational meeting in the Graham Park shel- terhouse Wednesday night, with approximately 40 attending. August 28 was set as the starting date of the 35-week season. Mrs. Don Odendahl, president, conduct* ed the meeting. Farewell Party For Mrs. Schmalz Mrs. Robert Schmalz, who Is leaving Carroll Thursday, was honored at a handkerchief shower given by Mrs. .Milton Mein at her home Wednesday afternoon. Other guests were Mrs. Roger Campbell, Mrs. Roland Heuton, Mrs. Glenn Lockhart, Mrs. Lloyd Mein and Mrs. Scott Whitley. Each one textile-painted her name on an apron for Mrs. Schmalz. Lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Schmalz will visit relatives in the Minneapolis area before he reports for duty at the Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Tex. Beryl Gymers and Mrs. Wm, Wagner Return from Coast (TtmM Herald Newt Service) STAR — Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Gymer, Gary and Gordon, and Mrs. William Wagner, returned home Monday morning from a two-week trip to California. They met William Wagner, who is in the navy and whose ship had docked at San Diego. They also visited two of Beryl Gymer's sisters and other relatives. Mrs. George Grim entertained the H k H Club at Star Fellowship hall Wednesday evening. Twelve members were present for a social evening. Mrs. Ray Jordan was hostess to the Star Progressive Club at her home Thursday afternoon. The president, Dora McLaughlin, presided at the business meeting. Mrs. Hazel Bolger presented the lesson "The Earth's Great Mysteries." Roll call was "Wonders of the World" and was answered by 13 members. Guests were Mrs. Zelma Raygor of Scrantbn, Mrs. Olive Plumley of Ralston, Mrs. Alice Tillman of Minneapolis, Mrs. Emma Graves and her two grandsons, Tony Jr. - and Tommy Casey of Minneapolis. - <^«w*.»».<fcfc. FURNITURE LOWEST PRICES EVER - REDUCED FOR FINAL CLEARANCE! * Living Room Suites * Was 6-pc. Maple Living Room Group. Sofa Bed, Chair, Platform Rocker, Coffee Table, two End Tables - 6-pc. Living Room Group, Green Davenport and Chair, 2 Mahogany End Tables, 2 Lamps $299.50 Settee and Chair in Pink $129.50 3-pc. Corner Sectional in Brown ,„..$249.50 2-pc. Green Flexsteel Living Room Suite .$334.75 2-Pc. Sectional in Turquoise or Toast $109.95 Biege 2-Pc. Living Room Suite $209.50 NOW $229.50 $179.50 $229.50 $109.95 $199.50 $219.95 $ 79.50 $159.50 * Carpet Department * W*s Best Buy. 100% Wool Beige Tweed, sq. yd..~...$ 9,95 Green Wilton Broadloom, sq. yd. $ 9.95 Pale Blue Cotton Carpet. Mill Second, sq. yd 27x54 Carpet Samples — _„ 9x12 Rugs — — 9x12 Rugs and Pad „.~ _ NOW $ 7.95 $ 6.95 ..$ 3.00 ..$ 2.98 ..$49.95 $54.95 * Lamps * Rembrandt Floor Lamps « Rembrandt Bridge Lamps Rembrandt Bridge Lamps Deenajable, Lamp Was ..$32.95 Many Floor and Table L^mps Reduced up to * Bedding * $139,80 Foam Bubber Set _ SLmll % SPri !i* nd M ' ttreM *"•WS .Sji Studio Couch '-----— NOW $27.95 .$29.95 $21.50 $29.95 $ 5,95 V* Price $39.95 $ 8.95 Sale Price .$89.95 ,$79.90 $27.95 $52.75 * Bedroom Suites * Was Blonde Ash Dresser, Chest and Bookcase Bed $159.50 Walnut Mr. and Mrs. Dresser, Chest and Panel Bed ... $169-50 Cinnamon Mahogany Double Dresser, Chest and Bookcase Bed _ $229,50 Bunk Red and Mattress in Blond of Maple $ 89.95 * Kitchen Sets * W M s-nc. rfcrnm* ninpH* in Grev and Red * 00 * n 5-nc! Sm»H TVon T)lp«tte S*t „...]_. * 70 so fMnn* T.ortn Re> TVV.U anH « nh«ir< -t149.50 winnrio Tu».1mtt TVirrinc Bnnm Set. Plastic TOP* T.M ». 4 rvioir«. »«<< China 1 *<>po 50 NOW $129.50 $139.50 $179.50 $ 79.50 N«W ft W?o $ TOO* ft A9Kt\ % 99.95 •910 95 * Linoleum Department * Don Johnsons of Ottumwa Visit the rVarren Bohnenkamps (Timet Herald Mew* Service) LAKE VIEW - Mr. and Mrs. Don Johnson and family of Ottumwa were Thursday until Sunday evening visitors in the Warren Bohnenkamp home. The men are fraternity brothers. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Manly and son, Jim, are spending this week at Lake Okoboji Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Lytton and daughters of Sioux City were Sunday guests in the Oscar Weitzel home. They and the Weitzels attended the Weitzel family reunion and picnic at the shelter house in Sac City. Mrs. Lytton and daughters remained to visit her parents this week. Alice Kirby o* Ames was a weekend guest in the Harley Ellis home. The women are sisters. Weekend guests in the Robert Wright home were: Mr. and Mrs. Don Crampton and family of Vail, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Larm of Royal and Don Meredith of Pocahontas. Sunday guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Stevenson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wright and family all of Royal. Helen Goodenow of Iowa City and Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kimball of Odebolt were Sunday morning breakfast guests in the Charles. Worswick home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wells and daughter, Mary Ellen, were overnight guests Tuesday in the Fred Wells home. Mr. Wells is attending the coaching school at Moorhead, Minn. They will visit the Black Hills before returning home. Mr. and Mrs L. B. Weitzel attended the Weitzel family reunion and piinic at Sac City Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sauerrig and Mrs. Ken Sauerrig all of Mendota, III., were Sunday evening visitors in the Weitzel home. The Sauerrig's had come for the Weitzei reunion. Social Calendar Saturday- Bridge * mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ted Sehubs Sr. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall. Amvets Auxiliary, Amvetf Clubrooms. Women's golf supper, 3:30 p.m.. Country Club. Wednesday— St.. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers, 7 p.m. potluck dinner, Parish hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club. 6:30 p.m. picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. 'Humorously Speaking Toastmistress Theme "Humorously Speaking" p r o- vided the theme of the evening at a dinner meeting of the Carroll Toastmistress Club in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke Wednesday. Guests of the club were Mrs. Parish Guild At Halbur Has Annual Election (Time* Herald Xewi Service) HALBUR—Sixty-five members of St; Augustine's Ladies Guild attended a monthly meeting Tuesday evening at the parish hall with Circle 2 in charge. A 7 o'clock potluck dinner preceded the meeting, which opened with prayer by Mrs. Eugene Koenig, president. Reports were given by Norma Berger, secretary, and Laura Wittrock, treasurer. Appointed to serve on the Sunshine Committee were: Florine Koenig, Mrs. Clarence Eischeid, and Mrs. Albert Neppl, succeeding Mrs. Joseph Friedman, Mrs. Helen Krogman and Mrs. Henry Potthoff. A food shower for the sisters will be held at the next meeting September 25. Tuesday, August 20, the high school girls will clean the church casement. * * * Following the meeting, election of officers was held. Mrs. Donald Riesberg was elected president, succeeding Mrs. Eugene Koenig; Mrs. Al Bennier, vice president, succeeding Mrs. Leonard Brincks, Mrs. Warren Heinen, secretary, succeeding Norma Berger, and Mrs. Harold Riesberg, treasurer, succeeding Laura Wittrock. All officers will take over at the October meeting. The Rev. L. J. Greteman spoke to the group. Bingo was plaVed later and individual prizes were given. The special bingo was, won by Mrs. Clarence Eischeid, and the door prize by Mrs, Lawrence Heinrichs. On the committee were: Mrs. Victor Hinners, chairman, Mrs. R. J. Heinen, co-chairman, Mrs. Donald Hinners, Mrs. Cyril Heinrichs, Mrs. Warren Heinen, Mrs. Robert Hausman and Mrs. Andrew C. Kirsch. * * * The next meeting will be September 25 with Circle 3 in charge. Chairman of the circle is Mrs. Alonzo Neppl and co-chairman, Mrs. Helen Krogman. Former Dedham Residents Join in A Family Reunion (Time* Herald New* gervlee) DEDHAM — Mr and Mrs. Leo Barrett, Miss Iva Roberts and Mrs. Emma McKenna attended a family reunion Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Eastman at Charles City. Others present were: Bob Eastman of Boston, Mass., Lt. and Mrs. Jim Eastman of Rock Springs, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts of Manning, George Roberts of Charles City. Mrs. Bill Roberts and son of Mason City and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shaher, Joel and Nancy of Glidden. With the exception of Mrs. McKenna, all of the group are forme' 1 Dedham residents. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Lewis, Johnny, Denice and Jenny were Sunday visitors with relatives in " Des Moines. Sharon Lewis, who had, been spending the past week in Des Moines, came home Saturday evening accompanied by her sister, Ruth, who spent the evening and Sunday here in her home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heman and children spent Sunday in Castana with their son and brother, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Heman and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Axman and Billy and Dixie Christensen were Sunday visitors in the Elwood Ebersole home at Bayard. ! Tirinioum fiu r>i e „on +t m ,*f1 »atterns. Lam Selection. Tor ThU Sole, each Tnlpiri T.inoionm, .tS.JW «n, yd One Poll lo.ft. VrM r.\nt>}*nm. «n, vrf ~ Cpnwwall. (^continued nattern* Re? so T vrl'" SWt T »«U S of TnUM Tinnlenm. Re P . *S .«0 vd7 * Occasional Pieces * Hassocks, Ree. S4.9B ...^...1™ • Ashaway Smokers, Reg. S7.95- Grev Rocker with Blond Frame. Reg. $3B50 2-Drawer Student Desk, Plastic Top. Very Smart. Regular $39.50 Combination Lamn »nd End Table. Reg. $19.95... Quality Web Back Rocker• Cavalier Stowaway. Reg. $59.50 «»ie Price ...$ v«9 . Me * ? ( 9« Silt PH«t $1.98 $ 3.95 %t7.7$ .$27.95 S 9,75 $99.50 $44.50 At \* rat Wi*.' FURNITURE Carroll, Iowa switch to never an aftep-thirst! SbUIRT BOTTLING CO. < ROCKWSIU CITY, IOWA COWRiaHflMT. Jessie Bickelhaupt of Ames and Mrs. Harriet Burns. Invocation was given by Mrs. R. M. Moehn. * * * Table topics were handled by Mrs. Inesa Pflester, who called on Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran, Mrs. J. J. Meyers anu Mrs. Edna G. Collins to relate funny experiences that had happened to them. Toastmistress was Zella Daeges. The first speaker, Mrs. Perry Knowlton. had the topic, "Summer's Little Tragedies." Mrs. W. J. Schleisman Sr., whose subject was "The Wedding," was the winner of the key for the best speech of the evening, based on voice qualification. The previous winner was Mrs. Howard Dolen. Mrs. Richard Meridith was Mrs. Knowlton's individual evaluator and Mrs. J. A. Heider, Mrs. Schleisman's. Mrs John E. Martin was the general evaluator and Mrs. Collins, timekeeper. • * * Miss Daeges conducted a parliamentary drill and Mrs Cochran, as lexicologist, interpretive reading. Mrs. Cochran called on Miss Daeges, Mrs. Martin, Mrs. Miles Hedges and Mrs Meridith. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Moehn, president. The next meeting will be August 28 at Hotel Burke No Service at Presbyterian Church In Auburn 2 Sundays (Time* Herald New* Service) AUBURN - There will be no church services at the First Presbyterian Church in Auburn- August 18 and 25 as Rev. and Mrs. Harlan Kaylor and sons are spending two weeks' vacation with his mother, Mrs. Alpha Naylor at Morning Sun. Homemakers Club Plans Guest Day Members of the Grant Township Homemakers Club will hold a guest day in the Amber Room, of Club 30 Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 11, with Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer and Mrs. William Kanne as hostesses. Each * member is to bring a guest Party, plans were made at the August meeting in the Amber ROom Wednesday afternoon, when hostesses were Mrs. Joe Kuker and Mrs. Ben Bluml. * * * Pinochle was "played at four tables. Following the games, lunch was served at tables decorated with garden flowers. Mrs. George Roth won the high score prize and Irene Langmeier, low. The cup prize weat to Mrs. Miles Hedges and the traveling prize to Mrs. William J. Scharfen- kamp. Guests beside) members were Mrs. Lambert Schwaller and son, Tommy, of Templeton and Karen BJuml. Mrs. Bert Jubell Back from Parley I n Cedar Falls (Time* Hertld New* Servlee) RALSTON—Mrs. Bert Jubell has returned from the missionary convention at Riverview Park in Cedar Falls, where she went as delegate from the Ralston-Maple Grove W.S.W.S. August 7 to 9. Convention guests were Rev. Karl Kuglin, missionary to Nigeria, Africa, and Mrs. Mary McLanachan of Dayton, Ohio, editor of the World Evangel, who had charge of the installation services. Dr. J. Ruskin Howe of Ashland, Ohio, conducted the commuion service and gave the communion message, "The Cup of Salvation." POTATO CHIPS WATERS WEEK-END SPECIALS LADIES' ANKLETS Triple Roll 3 N|P $1.00 OUTING LADIES' FLANNEL BLOUSES Whit. Only — IMncK Sleeveless, Famous Nam* 5 Y .,d. $1.00 $1.00 COTTON SHEET BLANKET Full Slit $1.19 CLOSE-OUT SUMMER YARD GOODS Drip-dry fabrics, alfalfa cotton and cupioni, many others. 2™ $1.00 CHILDREN'S SUMMER PAJAMAS $1.00 Children's J ^SWrt^^N^ $1.00 CLOSE-OUT SUMMER SHORTS Ladies' Bras 69c Children's Shorts Sl«e» 3 to'©*.. 29c Ladies' Nylon Hose 69c firry Wash Clotht .10 for 79c NET DISH CLOTHS. 0 for 79e . i.n. ..HI ..I .I.H I • ,!)!•!,., in l ill-ii, i. i '|l II..; ii ;I,U.III .m L i. in. .1 1 TtQ"Towtlt ..;:»..,...,...,,......».u .;...,...,»S for $1.00 5th Strttt Dtp*. Stort

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