Local Golfers, Take Part in Eclectic Tourney Teresa Brandl and Ann Leahy, Carroll Country Club members, returned Thursday night fcom Fort Dodge, where they took" part in a two-day eclectic tournament at the Golf and Country Club. The tourney drew about 165 participants. Miss Leahy played in the championship flight, in which Mrs.$ Reynolds Thomas of Fort Dodge, the former Maxlne Bowie of Carroll, was also entered. Miss Brandl played in the first flight. Miss Leahy visited her aunt, Miss Helen Collins, and Miss Brandl visited Mary Petted. Phylhs and Jim Bruch Are Given Farewells Phyllis Bruch, who Is entering the postulancy of St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse,. Wis., and Jim Bruch, who is entering Conception College, Conception, Mp., have been honored at a round of farewell parties. They are daughter and son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bruch. Miss Bruch. who graduated from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School two years ago, has been doing physical therapy work at St. Anthony Hospital. Jim was graduated from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School this year. • * * Thursday night both were given a surprise party in the home of their grandfather, Joe Bruch, north of Carroll, and were presented with gifts. Cards were played and a two-course lunch was served. Attending with the honored guests, their parents arid brother Donald were: The Rev. Otmar Koester and Margaret Koester, Mt. Carmel; the Rev. Walter Bruch, Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bruch, Lohrville; Mr. and Mrs. Art Bruch and family, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Pete Vonnahme and 1 daughter, Charlotte, Dodge Center, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruch and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tauber and family, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snyder and sons, Mike and Mark, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pickhinke, Early; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruch, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruch, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Venner and family, and Edwin, Carl, and Rosemary Bruch. • * * The two have also been honored at dinner parties in the Joe Bruch residence, the Lawrence Bruch home at Lohrville and the Art Bruch home at Arcadia. They are leaving early in September. Miss Bruch will attend Viterbo College at LaCrosse. Marlene Koenig Honored at Party • (Time* Herald News Service) HALBUR — Marlene Koenig, who is entering St. Rose Convent, LaCrosse, Wis., as an aspirant, was given a surprise farewell party Wednesday evening by her cousin, Judy Koenig, and Yvonne Potthoff at the home of Judy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koenig. A picnic supper was served and fames were played. Later the giris attended the free show. Marlene was presented a gift from the group which included Judy Testroet, Joni Riesberg, Janet Bennier, Yvonne Potthoff, and Judy Koenig. * Ttmfci Mereltf, Cerrdif, Iowa "Friday, Ail*. 16, 1957 £ MARRIED AUG. 10 ... . Joan Stangl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Stangl of Carroll, and Donald Nehman, son of Mr.' and Mrs. Fred Nehman of Lytton, were married August 10 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Following a western trip, they will be at home on a farm near Lytton after August 17. Mr. Nehman Is a farmer. His bride is bookkeeper for the Dolezal Insurance Agency here. (Paige & Paige Photo) Personals Gilbert Arts and son,, Dale, of Des Moines spent Thursday wth Mr. Arts' mother, Mrs. J. C. Arts, and family. * Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wllle and daughter, Maxine, of San Diego, Calif., are spending their vacation here with Mrs. Wille's brother-fn- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton, and other relatives. They arrived Wednesday night. Bake - Sale, St. Lawrence Hall Sunday, August 18, after 7:30 mass. Adv. Mrs. Jerry Lass and baby son, Gary, of Decor ah, who spent several days with Mrs. Lass' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton, met Mr. Lass in Ames Thursday and went with him to Des Moines for a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lass. Mr. 'and Mrs. Heuton, accompanied by her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wille, and daughter, Maxine, of San Diego, Calif., took Mrs. Lass and son to Ames. They were joined by Mr. -and Mrs" Heuton's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Heuton, at a dinner celebrating Mrs. Roy Heuton's birthday. The remainder of the evening was spent at the Jack Heuton home in Ames. ... Flower Show Set for dnesday, Aug. 21 A flower show, sponsored by the Carroll Flower and Garden "Club, will be held from 2 to 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon, August 21, in St. Paul's Lutheran Church here. Mrs. Albert Janssen is general Social Calendar Saturday- Bridge - mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mxsj Ted Schulz Sr. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall. Amvets Auxiliary, Amvets 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. Flower Show, St. Paul's Lutheran Church basement. Showing Now thru Saturday Doris Day in "Julie" STARTS SUNDAY... LESLIE NIELSEN * WAITER BRENNAN Continuous Show Sunday . v; Doors • • -i •." Open at 1 ;00 p. %m^f^: Extra Added • 4, NtWf ^jiy ^rte^ New Officers of Legion Auxiliary at Dedham Take Over (Tijned Herald JJ*w» Service) DEDHAM—The Dedham American Legion Auxiliary held a regular meeting Monday evening in the Legion hall with 28 members present. Alvina Schreck, chairman of the entertainment committee, presented a group of five music students, the Schon trio, including Cleone, Lorraine and Duane Schon, Deanne Schreck and Linda Stangl who played several numbers. * * * The first number dedicated to the outgoing officers was "Black Hawk Waltz" by the Schon trio and Deanne Schreck, followed by "Green Door" dedicated to the new officers who took over at the meeting. This was followed by a song "Little Dixie Tea Room" by Deanne Schreck and Linda Stangl with Linda at the piano. The entire group played "Don't Be Cruel," which closed the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Schreck presented the two top outgoing officers, Thelma Koester and Shirley Christensen, with corsages in appreciation for their services in the past year. * * * The meeting opened with a salute to the flag, prayer by the chaplain, Tillie Meiners, and group singing of the national anthem. A complete report was given on the Legion two-day celebration of last month. The president, Kath^yn Willenborg, thanked all the women who helped in" the stands. She said that the September meeting will be guest night. The child welfare report by Iva Roberts showed that she had sent gifts ot flowers, clothing and cookies to the three sponsored children at Woodward for August. A thank-you card was read from Mrsi Susan Weeks for a sick gift. The penny march was held. The door prize, donated by Dorothy Irlbeck,, was won by Alvina Schreck. Lunch- waV served. Several games of bingo were played. ENDS SATURDAY! "2 Years Before the Mast" & Naked Hills' CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. RED SKELTON ...goofing and .spoofing as never before in the year's funniest FUN Ml JANET BLAIR VIVIAN BLAINE AUYN JOSIYN • JAY C WrttN Open at 7;15 p. m. AfuHf-ffa, Children Under, 12- Free! chairman of the show, with various committees assisting. Mrs. Martin Berger is the club president. * * * Competition is open to the public. All specimen flowers must have been grown by the exhibitor. All potted plants must have been in the possession of the exhibitor at least three months. The show committee will be at the church basement to receive exhibits and take care of arrangements from 8:30 a.m. until 12 o'clock noon Wednesday, the day of the show. All exhibits must be placed by noon. Judging will commence at 12 o'clock. The doors will be closed from noon until 2 p.m. for judging and will be open to the public from 2 until 4 p.m. * * * First, second and third place ribbons will be given in each class. Exhibitors may have only one entry in each sub-class. Containers and accessories are to be marked inconspicuously and are entered at the owner's risk. Exhibitors may furnish pint jars or similar containers for speci- meqs. * * * From the opening to the closing of the show, all exhibits are under the control of the show committee and cannot be removed without consent of the committee. Exhibits may be removed any time after 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 21. * * * The show will consist of two divisions, horticulture and artistic arrangements. Specimens are included in Class A and house plants in Class B of Division I. Accessories are allowed with the artistic arrangements in Division II. DIVISION I—HORTICULTURE CLASS A—Specimens Dahlia a. Large Flower b. Ball c. Pompon Zinnias a. Any varieties of Glftnt (3 stems) b Fantasy (3 stems) c. LIUtput (3 stems) d. Peppermint (3 stems) Daisies a. Glorloeo (3 stems) Marigold a. Tall variety (3 stems) b. Low growing (3 stems) c. Carnation flowered (3 stems) d. Chrysanthemum (3 stems) Asters a. Anv variety (3 stems) b. Double (3 stems, named) c. Hardv (3 stems, named) d. Pompon (3 stems, named) Gladiolus a. Large (1 spike, named) b. Medium (1 spike, named) c. Small (1 spike, named) Petunias a. Single plain (3 sprays, named) b. Single ruffled (3 sprays, named) c. Double (3 sprays, named) Roses—Hybrid Tea a. Red (1 bloom, named) b. Pink (1 bloom, named) c. White (1 bloom,,named) d. Yellow (1 bloom, named) c. Any other color (1 bloom, named) Roses—Floribunda Roses—Polyanthus Roses—Grandlflora Cockscomb a. Feathered (1 stem) b. Crested (1 stem) c. Pansy (3 stems) Nasturtiums a. Single (3 stems) b. Double (3 stems) BRIDAL COUPLE . . . Married in the new First Methodist Church here Saturday evening, August 10, were Barbara Ann Jensen, niece of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh H. Ryan of Carroll, and Robert L. Olsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest A. Olsen of Hamlin. They will live In the Nag! apartments. Mr. Olsen is a junior accountant for Robert S. Morrow, certified public accountant. Mrs. Olsen Is an operator for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. (Paige k Paige Photo) OCTOBER NUPTIALS . . . Mr. and Mrs. Larry Rettenmaier of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Lois, to Mllo Huddleston of Carroll, son of Mrs. Blanche Huddleston of Boone. The wedding will take place Saturday morning, Oct. 5, at St. Joseph's Church here. Miss Rettenmaier is employed in the Carroll County Recorder 's office. Mr. Huddleston works for the Arnold Motor Supply. Hemerocallls (1 spray, named) Chrysanthemums a. Pompon (1 cluster) b. Large (1 specimen) c. Cushion (1 spray) Phlox a. Annual (3 stems) b. Perennial (3 stems) . Geraniums, any color (3 stems, named If possible) Any Other Worthy Flower not on the schedule collections (1 stem) Five or more varieties of annuals In one container. . Three or more varieties of perennials In one container. Three or more varieties of berried shrubs or shrubs In one container. CLASS B—HOUSE PLANTS Single African Violet Double African Violet Geranium Begonia , Ivy Phllodendron Rosary Vine Any Other Vine Foliage plant Foliage plant—Coleus Any other blooming plant An unusual plant Cacti DIVISION II—ART'ISTIC ARRANGEMENTS (Accessories allowed) CLASS A An arrangement In a kllchen utensil. An arrangement in a container not meant for flowers. Arrangement combining driftwood or other wood with suitable mater ial. Arrangement for coffee table. Not over 10 Inches-In height. Arrangement for Madonna figur Ine predominating. Basket arrangement. Mantel arrangement. Low centerpiece for dining room table. Thanksgiving arrangement featuring fruit and, or vegetables. Flower and candle arrangement for centerpiece. All white arrangement In white container. All green arrangement. Miniature arrangement, not over 3 Inches over all. Arrangement for a TV Topper. Arrangement using animal figurines. In a shell—Marine Study. Arrangement using floating blossoms (more than one). Arrangement suitable'for church. Arrangement in antique container. CLASS B— Table Settings (no flat silver permttted) Breakfast table staged on card table furnished by exhibitor, . Luncheon table staged on card table furnished by exhibitor. Dinner table staged on card table furnished by exhibitor. Autumn table staged on card table furnished by exhibitor. Bridge-Mixer Saturday Night At Country Club A bridge-mixer for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 8 p.m. Saturday, August 17. , . Hosts are Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus and Mr. and t Mrs. R. J. McMahon. Reservations are to be made by tonight with either Mrs. Hulsebus of Mrs. McMahon. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hudson of Monona are coming Friday for a weekend visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hudson. Rummage Sale at the Central Food Mkt. Bldg., sponsored by Sacred Heart Guild, Templeton, on Friday, Aug. 16, 6 until 9:30 p.m. "•" Ady. "Who-Me?" Why, of course ,1 didn't send my ' clothes to just anyone for cleaning. I always take them tp" Deluxe Cleaners. They Get Clothes Really Clean With Their Expert Deep Cleaning Process. i SAVE IV /© By Using Their Drivt-in Service CLEANERS and Mrs. Fisher Enter fains County Ctub Presidents Mrs. Ronald Ream, MrsfesDon Hillyer and Mrs. L. R. Chapman b£ Carroll attended a meeting of Carroll County federated club presidents in Ihe home of Mrs. A. J. Fisher, chairman of the Carroll County division, Iowa Federa- St. Lawrence Unit to Hear Mrs. Meyers Mrs. J. J. Meyers will give an account of her trip around the world at the August meeting of the Christian Mothers Confraternity of St. Lawrence Church in the parish hall Wednesday night, Aug. 21. She will show pictures .of her travels. The meeting will be preceded by a 7 o'clock potluck dinner. Norbert Bolsters' 15th Anniversary Observed at Party A surprise party at Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Bolster's home Wednesday night celebrated their 15th wedding anniversary. John Cornelius Jr. showed colored slides and John Bennett, home movies. A buffet lunch, brought by the visitors, was served. They presented Mr. and Mrs. Bolster with a gift. * * * In the group with Mr. and Mrs. Bolster, daughter, Mary Ann, and son, Francis, were Mr. and Mrs. Don Sporrer, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Berger and son, Ray Jr., Mr. and Mrs. John Cornelius Jr. and son, Johnny, and Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett and daughter,- Becky. tion of Women's Club, at Glidden Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Ream is president of the Clio Club; Mrs. Hillyer, president of the F.L.C, Club, and Mrs. Chapman, county music chairman. * * * Coon Rapids, Manning, Arcadia and Glidden clubs were also represented. Another guest was Mrs. L. C. Bowman of Coon Rapids, past county chairman. Mrs. Homer Price of Glidden, secretary-treasurer of the county federation, assisted Mrs. Fisher in serving refreshments. * * * Mrs. Fisher announced Sept. 25 as the date of the sixth district meeting, I.F.W.C., which is to be held at Rockwell City. She said that the annual spring meeting of the County Federation will be at Glidden April 8. Pleasant Ridge Women to Hold Picnic in Carroll (Times Herald N>w» Service) PLEASANT RIDGE - The Pleasant Ridge Women's Missionary; Union will hold an annual picnic dinner Wednesday, Aug. 21 at Graham Park in Carroll. Two Birthdays Noted at Party Delores Beckman and her fiance, Richard Bonney of Coon Rapids, were given a surprise party Wednesday evening in -honor of their birthdays at the home of Mrs. Sylvia Beckman. A potluck supper was served. Two decorated birthday cakes were the table centerpieces. At the close of a social evening ice cream and cake were served. * * * Attending the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Hartje and children, Newell; Mr. and Mrs. John Bonney and son, John, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bonney and children, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Bonney and children, Coon Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Bonney and son, Atlantic. Dianne and Dorothy Beckman were also in the group. Miss Beckman and Mr. Bonney received gifts. TO LIVE AT BREDA .'. . Mr. and Mrs. James Ulveling, who were married August 10 at the St. Lawrence Church here, will live in Breda on their return from an eastern trip. The bride, the former Sandra Sue Langenfeld, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix N. Langenfeid of, Carroll. She is a graduate of St, Anthony School of Nursing, Mr. Ulveling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Ulveling of Breda, is in the barber business with his father. (Paige & Paige Photo) Legion Auxiliary's County Meeting at Manning Sept. 6th (Times Herald New» Service) MANNING — A regular meeting of Emil Ewoldt Unit No. 22, American Legion Auxiliary, was held Tuesday evening at the Legion Hall with president Edna Peters in charge. A potluck supper was served prior to the meeting, with Mrs. Lillian Mohr, Mrs. Henry Dethlefs and Mrs. Grover Steen as the committee in charge. Rae Lynn Wycoff, Girls State representative, gave her report to the unit before the regular business meeting opened. Mrs. R. O. Pratt reported on the annual trip of the Bloodmobile to Manning. The Auxiliary was in charge of the canteen, typists and receptionists. Eighty pints of blood were secured. The Manning Rotary x Club co-sponsored the project. The Auxiliary will hold a bake sale at Struve Motor Co. on Aug. 31. Lunch for monthly meetings will be furnished by members in the future. t A county meeting will be held at Manning Sept. 6, with 'Mrs. Orrin Ramsey as chairman of the lunch committee. A contribution was made to the Woodward party, through the county unit. Mrs. Henry J. M. Hansen reported that the Past President's Parley had sent 15 foam rubber chair pillows to the Glenwood institution. The Parley will meet next week. She also gave a short legislative report. Gold Star members of the unit will be honored at the regular September meeting. Rummage Sale at the Central Food Mkt. Bldg., sponsored by Sacred Heart Guild, Templeton, on Friday, Aug 16, 6 until 9:30 P-m. • . Adv. Picnic for Staff of thi* Legion Pop^f American Legion Swtiifii6i|i §|j »bl| c^nimittee members* ''and ^Mfr' wives entertained the swimxning: pool staff at an annual picd<Sdl n r ner in, the shelterhouse at ,Grahftn(J Park Thursday night. The eWJrit was attended by approximately 40. Arthur N. Neu, chairman of the' pool committee, and Harold Grundk meier, finance officer, were In charge of arrangements. Note Birthday of Mrs. Rosenbaum Mrs. F. A. Lerdall gave a 9:30 brunch at her home Thursday morning, honoring Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum's birthday. The party was held in the recreation room in the basement, with the group seat* ed at a table decorated with garden flowers. Guests were members of the Monday Contract Club and Connie Burton of Salem, Ore. Mrs. Rosenbaum received birth* day gifts. Miss Burton was. presented with a gift by Mrs. Lerdall. Granddaughter of Mrs. Emma Blackley To Wed in September (Time* Herald Newt Serrlee) RALSTON — Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Moorman of Boone announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Ann, to Clarence Swain, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Swain of Boone. The wedding will take place September 29 in the Baptist Church at Boone. The bride-elect is a granddaughter of Mrs. Emma Elackhjy of Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elscheld of Elgin, Neb., who are visiting relatives at Halbur, Breda and Carroll, were dinner guests Thursday of Mrs. Eischeid's aunt, Mrs. Bernadine Henkenius, and Mr. and Mrs. William Hoffman and family. They are spending Friday in the Joe Friedman home at Halbur. Mrs. Eischeid is the former Angela Henkenius. at the Starline Ballroom Saturday Aug. 17 Ralph Leslie end Hit Orchestra Tuesday Aug. 20 Frank Jonas •nd.HU/ Orchestra Benefit Christian Mothers of St. Bernard's—Breda Save Our Benus Stamps! Ladies Win • $1,000 Mink Stole. Men Win a Complete Wardrobe "i ,v pit Miss Jane Schmitz, who.wijl be. married August 27, selects her pattern o|,ijltt|ffi^|» from the large number,,oft.patterns...at Kelly Jewelry in Carroll. A^a^rn <C ^MJW ess, silverplate or sterling, as well as other essential gifts to sattethe tadh taste of evfirV modernibrMe or bride-to-be can be found in th^hufie to^^SL Friendly, courteous seryice; bridal registry . . ; wewtWng- W -jPW^pfiWigL that's what you 'U always find at. Kelly Jewelry. Adv.
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