Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 19, 1957 · Page 14
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, August 19, 1957
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Social Calendar Tuesday— L. or, L. Club, Mrs. Ted Schulz Sr. 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. 8:30 p.m. picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. ^^ ^^ gt f ^ Lutherfin church basement. Thursday- Bridge - luncheon. 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. County school of instruction for American Legion Auxiliary unit presidents and secretaries, 2:30 p.m., Legion hall. Relatives from Four States ih Picnic Party Here A group of relatives held a picnic dinner at Graham Park Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Lamberty. Sunland, Calif.. Mrs. H. J. Sherbring, Farley: Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Twaddle and Jimmy, Bellaire, Tex.; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Petersohn, Dale, Janice and Don, Dodge Center. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Petersohn and Mark, Claremont, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Petersohn and family, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Schroeder and family, Storm Lake; Mr. and Mrs. William Sundrup and family, Mrs. Anna Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berg and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schrad and family* Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Leiting and family and Joe Petersohn and Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Reisberg, Halbur; Helen Berg, Westside; Marilyn Stangl and Mrs. Darrell Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Reiling and family and Mr. and MFS. Walt Lamberty, Mr. and Mrs. Greg Schlerman and family and Ethel, Leonard and Leo Petersohn, Carroll. Leonard Snyders Honored at 20th Anniversary Party In celebration of their 20th wedding anniversary, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Snyder were honored at a surprise party in their home Sunday evening. The group of rel atives brought lunch and presented Mr. and Mrs. Snyder with a purse as an anniversary gift. Those present were Mr. and Mrs, Matt Snyder; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Dion; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Snyder, their daughter, Barbara, and son, Bobby; Mr., and Mrs. Rudell Snyder and _ ehildreji,, Judy, Jean, and Jim; and the Leonard Snyder children, Denis, Marilyn and Leonard Jr. Rees Paul Louis Starmans Honored Twice Mr. and Mrs. Louis Starman were honored at two parties Sunday in honor of their fifth anniversary. Afternoon visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Starman, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milo and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mayer and family and Mr. and Mrs. A. J; Starman and family. The honored couple was presented with a decorated cake and gifts. Concluding an afternoon of visiting and cards, lunch was served. '. __• * * * In the evening the . couple was surprised by Mrs. Starman's family: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckman and Verna, Mrs. Donald Wernimont and baby daughter, Susan, Mr, and Mrs* HeVb Buelt and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Buelt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Beckman and Mark. The day also marked the first wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wernimont. Lunch, which included another decorated cake, was brought by the visitors. The evening was spent visiting and playing cards, after which the Starmans were presented with gifts. The Starman children, Jane, Donna Kay, Jimmy and Carol Jean were included in both parties. County School of Instruction For Legion Auxiliary Mrs. Clarence McGrane, Carroll County president of the American Legion Auxiliary, will conduct a county school of instruction for unit presidents and secretaries at 2:30 p.m. Thursday, August 22, in the Legion hall here. Mrs. McGrane and Mrs. Peter Voege of Westside, Crawford County presidentj_will attend a school of instruction for county presidents at the-American Legion building in j Fort Dodge Tuesday. August 20. Bridge-Mixer Held At the Country Club Nine couples attended a fort- 1 contract bridge tables were Mrs. nightly bridge-mixer for Carroll F. A. Lerdall aftd 0. H. Juergens, ,1 M dri, Country C house Saturday night. F . j, Kloser and Mr Kratoska, lojv. Winners of scorp prizes at thej Dessert aftd % eoffee were served after the games. * * * Hosts of the evening were Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus and Mr. and Mrs. R. J. McMahon. At a similar party in two weeks, arrangements will be in charge of Judy Wieland Honored at Two Parties THOMAS MeORANE'S FIANCEE . . . Mrs. Kenneth M. KirkPatrick of Clare announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Elizabeth, to Thomas J. McGrane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGrane of Carroll. Miss KirkPatrick attended St. Matthews High School at Clare and Clarke College In Duhuque. She Is now employed by the Midwest Car* pet and Linoleum Company In Omaha. Mr. McGrane attended St. Joseph and Carroll High School and Is a student at Crclgh- ton University in Omaha. He is a veteran of four years in the navy. The wedding will take place .October 2fi in the Cathedral of St. Cecelia at Omaha. Judy Wieland. daughter of Mr, jj£ "™ {Jf«..L. ft. and Mrs. Harold Wieland of Ded- Mr ' and Mrs ' ° W ham, who will leave Saturday to enter St. Rose Convent of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration at LaCrosse, Wis., was honored at two events here. A farewell picnic was held in Graham Park at 12:30 p.m. Sunday. The afternoon was spent visiting. Members of the group, in addition ,16 Judy, her parents and brothers, Duane, Bill and Jerry, were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Mehsek Sr. of Dedi ham, Mr. and Mrs. William D, ! Meshek, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard | Madigan and daughters, Jeanine, | Linda and Maureen of Carroll. ' * * * Trophies to Be Presented at Golf Supper on Tuesday Trophies for the women's city golf tournament will be awarded at a regular golf supper at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday. The event has been designated as red, white and blue day, * *'.. *".' , .'•„.., . '• . * Participants will be divided into two teams, one to be called the red and the other, the blue-. Each member of the winning team will receive a white ball. The trophies will be presented at the supper table. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madigan entertained at a dinner for Miss Wieland Thursday evening in their home west of Carroll. The dining table was decorated with a ma- donna and roses. The evening was spent visiting and taking pictures. The guest of honor was presented with farewell gifts from the group which included, besides the hosi and hostess and daughters Jeanine. Linda, and Maureen Miss Wie'iand's grandmother, Mrs Laura Wieland, of Carroll, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wielanc and brothers, Duane, Bill, anc Jerry of Dedham. Country Club Members' Pdrty On August 22nd A bridge-luncheon for Carroll Country Club members will be held at the clubhouse at 1 o'clock Thursday afternoon, August. 22, under chairmanship of Mrs. E. A. Vaatveit and Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks. Other members of the hostess committee are Mrs. E, J. Waters, Mrs. Ralph M. Crane, Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Archie Gietz, Mrs. Clem Rehker, Mrs. Roy J. Burns, Mrs. Rex Hinson, Mrs. W. C. Arts and Mrs. Howard B Wilson. Reservations are to be made by Tuesday night. .. , Mf. and .Mrs. Chris Rose of Audnbon ah- nounce the approaching marriage of their daughter! Louise, to William Bruhn, son of Mrs. William Bhthn of Manning. The wedding will take place Sept. 15 at Trinity Lutheran Church In Audubon. Mr, and Mrs, Mike Balk Note S5th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs Mike Balk o Willey began tr.e observance of their 55th wedding anniversary Sunday by attending fi o'clock mass in their honor at St. Mary's Church in Willey—the church in which they are lifelong members Mass Was read by the Rev. H. J. Dries. Dinner for the immediate family was served at noon in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke. Besides Mr. and rMs. Balk's children in this area, the group included Mrs. Balk's sisters, Misses Lena and Mary Ventolehef and Mrs. George Schreck.. and sister-in-law, Mrs. Tony Venteicher. The E-shaped tables were decorated with a large floral arrangement and emerald green tapers in crystal candleholders. The flowers were bronze-toned gladioli with green Fugi mums and yellow chrysanthemums. \ Personal Paragraphs Thomas McGrane and Beth Kirk- Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hamann Patrick of Omaha spent Sunday at I and children of Newell were guests Dorothy Irlbeck Honored at Pdrty (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Dorothy Mae Irlbeck, August bride-elect, was honored at a bridal shower at St. Joseph's Hall in Dedham Thursday, Approximately 85 guests attended. Bingo was played. After lunch was served, the bride-elect and her fiance opened their gifts. The high prize was awarded to Mrs. Joe Irlbeck and the door prize to Charlene Hoffman. Miss Irlbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irlbeck, will become the bride of Merlin L. King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. King of Deloit, Aug. 31 at St. .Joseph's Church in Dedham. Kuebler Family Holds Reunion The annual reunion picnic of the Kuebler family was held at the park in Jefferson Sunday. Attending from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Osborne and grandchildren, Lynden Lee and Stephen Eugene Burrow, and Mrs. Loretta Kuebler and daughter, Kathy. Other participants were Mrs. Frank Bentley and Mr. >and Mrs. Russell Bentley. Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hotchkiss, Woodward; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kuebler and grandchildren, Sharon Quinlan, Linda Dewey and Patti Gember- lirig, Lanesboro; and Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kuebler, Ralston. ; An afternoon of visiting followed the dinner. Mrs. Jud Forbes of Walnut and daughter, Mrs: Melvern Reimer of Atlantic, spent the weekend here v.'ith Mrs. Forbes' sister, ' Miss Myrtle Walden, and Mrs. Reimer's son-in-law and daughter,''Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Kalkhoff; They were accompanied by Mrs. John Bowman of Walnut who visited her sister, Mrs. L. J. Mungon. the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McGrane. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rust and son, Jimmy, of Lincoln, Neb., were weekend guests of Mr. Rust's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Schleisman, and family. Jeanine Madigan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Madigan, is visiting for a few days at Dedham with her cousin, Judy Wie- of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz Sunday. Their daughter, Beverly, remained to spend the week in the Reltz home. Ruth Cl«ments< arrived Sunday morning from New York City to spend a three-week vacation with her mother Mrs. John Clements and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland. Sandra and Louis Grote, daughters of Mr. and Mr,s. Vernon Grote 1 , are visiting this week with rela- iand .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. tives in Red Oak> Harold Wieland, who will leave Saturday to enter St. Rose Convent of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration at LaCrosse, Wis. " . Mr. and Mrs. John F. Schoeppner of Santa Fe, N. M., arrived Sunday to s spend' 1 a week in the home of his mother, -Mrs. Catherine Schoeppner, at Templeton.. Mrs. Ben Bluml, son, Felix, and daughter, Mary Jane, and Mrs. Vincent. Ricke returned Saturday night from Alexandria, La., where they spent several days with Airman 3-c and Mrs. Harold Bluml. Airman Bluml is Mrs. Bluml's son and Mrs. Harold Bluml is Mrsr Ricke's daughter. MOTHERS - Save Now on Back-to-School Clothes at WATERS 1 Ivy League satin-stripe . plaid 50 sizes 7 to< 14 What a prodigy! Young shirt with a college education. Ivy-buttoned and pleated, like big sister's. In the gayest of ginghams. Bright shadow-boxes woven on white. Hanky-washable. Come see lots of other new Ship'n Shores, from HIGH BULK ORLON CARDIGANS FOR GIRLS s Colorfast, spft, easy to wash girls sweaters. Woven with premium 2-ply or- Ion yarn. Cashmere soft- hand washable, dries in * flash. No blocking. 3 to 6x 7 to 14 $2.98 $3.95 PICTURE PRETTY SCHOOL DRESSES KAtE GREENAWXY CINDERELLA Your school age lassies will shine brightly in colorful new fashion fabrics in this big selection of brightly washable beauties by Cinderella and Kate Greeriaway. Wide whirling swing skirts in easy to care for cottons. Dan River ginghams, dip and dry fabrics that wash so brightly, need just the lightest <md gentlest touch of an iron. Woven plaids, acrilon jersey, flannel looks, cottons that look like tweeds. Full letdown hems strong elastic stitching. Sizes 3 to 6x ' $2.95 „ $4.95 Sizes ? to 14 $3.95 „ $5.95 FULL SLIPS Billowy, tiered bouffant slips are always a must item on every girl's back-to-school list. Cool, stay-crisp cotton withstands repeated washings. Young girls' sizes. $1.98 CARTER'S SPANKY PANTS FOR GIRLS TUMBL-TOGS FAMOUS CORDUROY SLACKS Neat boxer style with elas t i c i z e d back, in washable boy strong narrow wale corduroy. Choice of slate blue, brown, slate gray or red. Sizes 3 to 6x. $1.98 Soft, comfortable, dimple-knit cotton in past e 1 s and r o s e b u d s; smooth cottpn knit in pin checks and solid colors. Easy to wash, need no ironing. Elastic waistbands, ruffled legbands Washfast colors and white. Carter-Set(r)—so won't shrink out of fit! Descendants of H. F. Olberding Join in Reunion All the family of the late Henry F. Olberding met in the Elks hall j here Sunday for a reunion. A potluck dinner and supper were served at tables decorated with garden flowers. '-'.•• The intervening hours we re spent with cards and visiting. Noted were the 26th wedding anniversary of Mr_and Mrs. James j Quinn of Arcadia and the birth•day of Paul Rust which was Saturday. There was a'n anniversary cake for the Quinns and a birthday cake for Mr. -Rust. " . ~ * * * Participants were: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Determan, Spirit L£ke; Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Determan and family, Terril; Mr, and Mrs. Bob Harvey and family, Estherville; Mr. and Mi^. Matt Bauer Sf., Mr. and Mrs. Lester Frank and family and Mr. and ,Mrs. Roger Bauer Shirley Clark of Palo, niece of Mrs. Ivan C. Bys, was a weekend visitor at-the Rev. Bys home. She left Sunday afternoon with Rev. and Mrs. Bys for Freshman Camp of the Methodist Youth Fellowship at Springbrook Park, near Guthrie Center,, where she will be one of the counselors. Meanwhile Roger and Deanna Bys are spending the Week with their grandmother, Mrs. B. C. Clark at Palo and Evan Bys. is visiting his grandparents, Mr. and Mi's. Frank Bys at Manchester. Mrs. Martin Tonn and daughter, Laura Beth, are returning Monday from a weekend visit with Mrs. •Twin's mother, Mrs. J. B. Godown, at Panora. Also there were Mrs. Tonn's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey, of New Boston, 111., and sister, Miss Rhoda Godown of Newton, It was in the form of a farewell for Mrs. Tonn. and daughter before they leave to join Mr. Tonn in residing at Moorhead, Minn. June Bock returned* home Saturday after vacationing for a : week, having spent most of the time with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr, and Mrs. Raymond Rother of Wolbach, Neb., on a trip in the Black Hills, and the remainder at the home of the Rother family. Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. Burns, sons, John, Tom and Rob Roy, returned Sunday from Crescent Beach, Lake Qkoboji, where they vacationed for a week. Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Farner and family returned Sunday after spending a week at Crescent Beach, Lake Okoboji. With them at the resort were Mr, Earner's brothers and sisters-in-law, * Dr. and ,Mrs. R. B.: Farner of Nor- Emerald hearts, carrying out the anniversary color, were used in the nut cups, the cake and also the ice cream and petits fours which were served at open house in the Balk homo at Willey from J to 4 o'clock. Pillars separa'pd the tiers of the gold and emerald green cake. Mrs. Harold IHilenkamp and Annabel Schreck or Willey were at the coffee service&'at the reception table. The four-tirred cake centered the lace cloth Bouquets in the home were gifts to Mr. and Mrs. Balk from friends. Many relatives and friends called during the afternoon. At 5 o'clock, a buffet supper was s e r ve d to approximately iso guests. Mr. and Mrs. Balk received long distance calls from relatives out of the state. Mrs, Balk wore a dark dress and corsage of pink Venus carnations with emerald green accents. Mr. Balk had an emerald green carnation in his coat lapel, * # * Mr. and Mrs. Balk's living children are: Mrs. John Kerper, Carroll; Clem Balk, Templeton; Mrs. John Hofbauer, Coon Rapids; Mrs. John Kasperbauer, Manning; Mrs. Norbert Pudenz, Ml. Carmel; Mrs. Lawrence Olericli, Breda; Mrs. Marvin Olerich Mt. Carmel; Hilbert Balk, Laurell, Miss.; Mrs. Lawrence Gilbert, San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Al Soldin, Long Beach, Calif. One daughter, Mrs. Ernie (Bernice) Olerich, died Dec. 7, 1952. The Balks 'have, 131 living descendants, including their 10 children, 71 grandchildren and 50 great-grandchildren. They were married Aug. 18, 1902, at St. Mary's Church in Willey. Prenuptial Party Fetes Jane Schmitz Marian Schmitz and Roselyn Leiting of Arcadia complimented Miss Schmitz's sister, Jane, at a prenuptial party for 25 guests in the Fire Hall at Arcadia -Sunday afternoon. • Miss Schmitz, who will marry Mark Ahmann of Carroll August 27 at St. John's Church in. Arcadia, was presented with a miscellaneous shower. , * w * and family Des Moines; Mr. and fo i k> N eb., and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Mrs. Lowell Bauer and family, p arne r of Harlan. : Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sohmeiser and Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Arts returned Saturday night after vacationing for a week. They went to Marshfield, Wis., the former home of the Arts family, '. upper Michigan and Leech Lake, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Shanahan and daughter, ' Katie, of Omaha, were guests of Mrs. Shanahan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Signall, over the weekend. They were accompanied home by Mrs. Signall for a few days' visit with them and also with her sister, Mrs, Anna. Starling of Wall Lake, Burlington; Mary Jo Harney, Mrs. Hilda Hass and family and Mrs. Robert Hass, Woodward; Mr. -and Mrs. Gordon Nass, D,y- sart; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray and family, Zearing; Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn and daughter, Mary, Arcadia; Mr 1 , and Mrs. Marvin Rust and son, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hulsing, Spencer; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Rust Jr. and family, Harlan; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Strunc and family, Bancroft; Mr. and Mrs.' Harry Rust and son, Jimmy, Lincoln, Neb,; Mr, and Mrs. Paul Rust Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Rust•, and family and Mr. and Mrs, Matt Bauer Jr,, and family, Carroll. ' Mrs. - Paul Rust Sr., Mrs. Lee Determan, Mrs. Matt Bauer ,Sr., Mrs. James Quinn and Mrs. Hilda Hass are daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Olbecding. '- The gift table's central -arrangement was a wedding bell with streamers, forming an archway, arid an umbrella, with fresh flowers covering the frame. The lace- covered table was decorated in blue and white, the colors of the bride-elect. Miss Schmitz, her mother, Mrs. Theodore Schmitz of Arcadia, and Mr. Ahmann's mother, Mrs. Norbert Ahmann of Remsen, were given corsages. * * * Bunco was played before lunch was served and the gifts were opened. > Mrs. Ahmann won the high bunco prize and Ann Ahmann of Remsen, the low. Legion Auxiliary Meeting Postponed To" Tuesday, Aug.' 27 The August meeting of the Carroll unit, American Legion Auxiliary, scheduled for Tuesday night, August 20, has been postponed to the following Tuesday, August 27, in the Legion hall. It will open with a potluck dinner, 'arrangements for which are in charge of Mrs. Laura Finegan and Mrs. Ed Kruse, co-chairmen. who is Vincent's Home. • Mr. and Mn. Louii K. Anderson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. 0, JH. hood of Lohrville at a cottage at Twin Lakes Sunday. _ _/ Mrs. Kenneth Hulscbus and Children, Mike and Gary, of Rembrandt are spending this week with the children's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. A. -B. Hulsebus, while Kenneth Hulsebus is attending a coaching school at Spirit Lake. 1 Mr. and Mrs, Elbert Jrtuwon and family of Chicago stopped., here Friday and-visited • Mr, "and Mrs. Lyle Thelen and family when returning home from California. Mrs. Johnson is the form- et Esther Tyridale of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunziker and family of Sac City were also guests of the Thelens in the evening. Plain Whit*, Yellow or Pink..™. PRINTS GIRLS' TRIPLE ROLL IvbETS Buy Now ond SAYI During Waters' Biggest BacMo-School Sale Ever* You'll Find Everything You Need for School-Bound CKHdrvn. Ithlt. 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