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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Neal Sharp j Married to Ft. Dodge Girl Mary Lou McCormack, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McCormack of Fort Dbdge, became the bride of A. Neal Sharp of Waterloo, son of Mrs. Telford Anson and C. Leonard Sharp of Carroll, In a 10 o'clock service Saturday morning, August 17, at Corpus Chrlstl Church, Fort Dodge. The Rev. John Cain performed the double ring ceremony. John McCormack sang "Panis Angel icus," "0 Lord, I Am Not Worthy" and "On This Day." * * * Mrs. Martin Burke, sister of the bride, was matron of honor; Dolores Carpenter, maid of honon and Virginia Sharp of Carroll, sister of the bridegroom, brides maid. Wayne Sampsoh of Carroll Was best man. Groomsmen were Jim Garrett of Carroll and Duane Krieger. Ushers were Robert Mc Cormack of Fort Dodge and Tom Rogers of Carroll.- Carroll ^relatives attending 1ft eluded: Mr. and Mrs. Anson, Mr and Mrs. C. Leonard Sharp and son, Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sharp, Mr. arid Mrs. Harry Ku necke and Mrs. Clarence Sharp. Carroll friends, additional to those in the wedding party, were Peggy Blessington, Marjory Parks, John Axon. Paul Fricke Ed Champion, Don Schenkelberg and Jerry Tigges. • * * * The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of nylon tulle over satin. The fitted basqu waist and long pointed sleeves were appliqued with pearl • centered lace daisies. The sabrina neckline was outlined with a chain of daisies. The full, floor-length skirt was made of tiny tulle ruffles, featuring a brush train sashed in white satin with streamers to the hemline. The bride's fingertip illusion veil was held to a lace and tulle crown with trim of pearls and bugle beads. On top of her Bible was a white orchid with white roses on streamers. The bridal attendants' dresses were of street-length pink nylon dotted Swiss over - matching taf- John Scharfenkamp has returned home from Reich's auctioneering school in Mason -City. He was graduated with a class of 160. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Masoning and daughters, Joyce and Linda, "eft Sunday night for a week's visit with Mr. Masching's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Masching, at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. Masching's brother, Marvin, who had been visiting here, accompanied them home. h m0 Mr. and Mrs. W, Paul Forney returned Monday from a week at Orr's Beach, Lake Okoboji. They were accompanied home T)y their son Kent, who spent the weekend at Lake Okoboji leaving from here Monday for Iowa City where he is a senior law student in the State University of Iowa. s Rummage sate Friday* Aug. 23, j at Farm Bureau Bldg., sponsored by Women's Comm. of Farm Bureau. Adv. Janie Reynolds and her cousin, Joyce Ann Kelly of Richland, who is visiting the Reynolds family this week, are spending Tuesday and Wednesday with Janie's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reynolds, and family in Omaha. They are also visiting Joe Lawler of Westside, who is a patient in St. Joseph's Hospital, and Mr. Lawler's son, Don, of Omaha, who is in St. Catherine's Hospital. STOP Don't buy any new Freezer or Refrigerator Until you see Sporrer's Ad Friday in this newspaper. STOP TO WED AT MANNING Mr. and Mrs. Elvln W. Laurinal of Manning announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Janice Rae, to Leo L. Wanninger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Wanninger of Manning. The wedding will take place at Sacred Heart Church In Manning, at 9 a.m. Saturday, September 7. (Lyden Studio Photo) feta, designed on princess lines, with sabrina necklines and short sleeves outlined with lace" daisy chains. They wore picture hats and mitts of white lace with pink bows. Pink roses were combined with pink and white carnations in their colonial bouquets. * * * A reception for 120 guests was held in the Wahkonsa Ballroom from 12 o'clock noon until two o'clock. Hostesses were Mrs. James McCormack, Mrs. Robert McCormack, Janets Johnston, Joan Collins, Judy Johnson, Donna Saigh, Charlene Hyde and Pat Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Sharp went to Colorado on their wedding trip. The bride has been an office worker at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital, Fort Dodge. The bridegroom is an X-ray technician at the Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. CD. of A. rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, Central Food Market. Phone 3267 or 4045 for pickup. Adv. John Leahy returned to Omaha Monday night after spending the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Leahy. CD. of.A. rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, Central Food Market. Phone 3267 or 4045 for pickup. - Adv. Margaret Carney returned Monday from Lake Okoboji, where she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lane and family at Crescent Beach Lodge over the weekend. Mrs. Gene Hagen Entertains For Her Grandmother Mrs. Gene Hagen entertained 10 guests at a 10 o'clock coffee in her home Monday morning. Honored was her grandmother, Mrs. E. O. Damon, who is returning to Okoboji Wednesday after visiting the Hagens since Friday. Farewell for Girls Who Are EnteringConvents Irene Riesenberg gave a farewell party at her home Sunday for Norma Wiederin, who is leaving for St. Rose Convent, Lacrosse, Wis., Sept. 7 and Rose Zeta Rosonke, who is leaving for fa convent- in Indiana Sept. 4. Other guests were Irma Wieder­ in, Alvera Hoffman and Mary Ann Brincks. The afternoon was spent taking pictures, playing records and dancing. Supper was served by Florence Riesenberg. Dinner Party For Califomians Mr. and Mrs. John I. Brown, daughter; Barbara, and son, Mike of San Diego, Calif.,-who are visiting Mrs. Brown's mother. Mrs. Joe Grossman, and other relatives, were honored at a picnic dinner Sunday noon on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huegerich's home northeast of Carroll. Other participants were: Mr. a,nd Mrs. Art Bruch and family, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Venner and family, Maple River; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Snyder and sons, Ttmaa Hei -ild,-enroll, tews Tuesday, Aug. 20, 1957 McCoy Families Meet Here For Annual* Reunion Members.of the McCoy family from Lanesboro, Scranton and Earlham met at Graham Park here Sunday for their annual reunion and basket dinner. They were: Mr. and Mrs. Cecil McCoy and three children, M i n a and Nellie McCoy and Gary, Jack, Jerry and D a r'l y Strickland, Lanesboro; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Wolf, Scranton; and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Wolf and three children, Earlham. In the afternoon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ford and children of Carroll joined the group. * * * Cards and letters were read from Mr. and Mrs. Glen McCoy of Des Moines, Verle Gortpn of Lake City and Ethel Jackson of Des Moines, expressing regret at being unable to attend. Nellie McCoy, the oldest member present, believes she has never missed a reunion. The same officers are holding over for 1958, with Mrs. Earl Wolf of Earlham as secretary,, SEPTEMBER BRIDE-ELECT . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wolterman of Templeton announce the forthcoming 'marriage of their daughter, Wanlta, to Ronald Rolfes,' son of Mr. and Mrs. William Rolfes of Halbur. The wedding will be solemnized at 8:30 Saturday morning, Sept, 28, at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton. This is the ideal season to trade up to the convenience and luxury of a new 4-door Studebaker or Packard ... for the school days ahead, for business use, for Autumn trips and a Winter of trouble-free, care-free comfort. Here are four cars of value and dependability unsurpassed, in a range of price and performance to match your budget and daily driving. Studebaker PRESIDENT CLASSIC— Longest of all Studebaker sedans,lvith a wheelbase of 120.5 inches for a smooth "between-the-wheels" ride. Powered with a 225 h.p V-8"Sweepstakes engine. Available with Flighto- matic transmission or Overdrive as optional' extras. The President Classic offers big car luxury, at a price competitive with 2-door models of other makes. Packard TOWN SUDAN— ThiB car has spacious* • ness: leg room, head room, entry and extt room. It has performance, with the only supercharged V-8 in the sedan field. It has luxury, in fine fabrics, soundproofing, and color-keyed interiors ... all combined with a riding ease that cushions the road with the distinctive touch of a Packard. Stadebaker COMMANDER DB LTJXB— The four doors lead to luxury, in instrumentation and driving ease, in fabrics and cushioning . . . lighting, soundproofing and insulation. Under the hood is a V-8 engine... 195 h.p. with four-barrel carburetor. Optional Fhghtomatic transmission or Overdrive. etud .bak.r CHAMPION t>» tuxi -The thrifty Sweepstakes* Six engjne gives this fashion-styled sedan an ^operating economy unmatched 1n other makes of full-sized care. In all; 4 -door convenience, Champion economy, Studebaker craftsmanship, for value to match its long car looks. For the best car values ever ., t ($) Studebaker-Packard CORPORATION HeroiO" KlenapUl CARROLL MOTOR COMPANY c««ot" SSS YOUR STjJDlSAKSR.PACKARD DIALS* TO MARRY . . . Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Nepple of Templeton announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary. Jane, to Eugene A. Boes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Boes of Breda. The wedding will take place at 8:30 Saturday morning, September 14, at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton. Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman and family, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Felix Grossman and family, Dayton; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bruch, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bruch and Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bruch and family. Euchre was played. High prizes were won by Mrs. Dick Snyder and Julian Bruch, and low by Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman. The traveling prize went to Jim Bruch. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Brown and family were dinner guests in the Huegerich home Saturday evening, honoring the Huegerichs' son, Kenneth, who left Sunday for two weeks' summer camp training with the Army Reservists at Camp McCoy, Wis. Social Calendar Tuesday— L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ted Schuls Sr. Amveis 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. 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. Saturday- Teen-age dance, Carroll Country Club. Edna Langel Becomes Don Schettler's Bride Family Party At Tony Klockes' All of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klocke's children and families were with them Sunday, the group including their three sons, three daughters and 18 grandchildren. A picnic dinner was served on the lawn of the Klocke home southwest of Carroll. Their sons and daughters are: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klocke and family, Hayfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Klocke and family, Willow River, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. George Gehling .and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Steinkamp and son, Jerry, Grand Meadow, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Francis Dalhoff and family, Omaha, and Alfred Klocke, Carroll. All have returned to their homes. They came to attend the wedding of Patricia Loew and Gerald Dalhoff Saturday morning. Mein Families Join Relatives at Boone For Reunion Picnic Carroll members of the Mein family were joined by relatives from Des Moines at a reunion picnic Sunday in the Ledges State Park near Boone. Attending from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Leon Mein; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mein and children, Cindy. Colleen and Dennis; Walter Mein; Mr. and Mrs. William Cover and children, .Larry, Kay and Lana, accompanied by Ronnie Fricke. Joining them from Des Moines were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mein and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mein and children, Lee, Allen and Scott. Edna Langel of Templeton and Donald Schettler of, Carroll were married at 8:30 Tuesday morning, August 20, in Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langel of Templeton • and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schettler of Carroll. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Walter Bruch. Sr. Mary Georgine, O.S.F., organist, played "Marche Nuptiale" by A. Valenti as the processional and "Marche De Procession" by J. N. Lemmens as the recessional. The parish choir sang "Mass in Honor of St. Francis of Assisi" by Singenberger and "O Deus, Ego Amo Te" at the offertory. The hymn, "Mother Dear, O Pray for Me," was played as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. • Two matching arrangements of fanned white gladioli and brushed aqua carnations decorated the altar. v * * * The bride wore an- all-white floor-length gown of French Imported Schiffli. designed with traditional all-embroidered, sculptured bodice in "Rio" pattern, with long sleeves tapering to deep points over the wrists and a modified scoop neckline enhanced with a tiny scalloped edge over crystal pleated tulle. The bouffant skirt fell into a cascade of ruffles, each edged in the same pattern of Schiffli. The bride's fingertip veil of imported ^all-silk illusion fell from a half-hat fronted with crystal pleated illusion adorned with tiny seed • pearls -and irfdescents and held in place with matching hat pins. She carried an arched singular cascade-designed bouquet of trenched white carnations over knotted satin showers, crowned with a detachable hybrid lavender orchid. Mrs. LaVern Langel, sister-in- law of the bride, was matron of honor and Mrs. Merle Kraus, sister of the bridegroom, bridesma- tron. They wore identical gowns of frosted crystal satin, one in tangerine and the other, turquoise, fashioned with molded bodices and demure necklines enhanced with imported Venetian lace. The skirts were adorned with butterfly back bows, the streamers forming part of the bouffancy. Their large chapel brim hats with open crowns—Were—adorned with pearls. They wore white gloves with tiny seed pearl trim and carried princess hand styled bouquets of coral and brushed aqua carnations, accented with white. Each bouquet matched the respective dress. Elmer Langel, brother of the bride, was best man and Marvin Schettler, brother of the bridegroom, groomsman. Vernon Langel, cousin of the bride, and Merle Kraus, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, ushered. • * * Flower girl was the bridegroom's sister, Elaine Schettler. who wore an all-white floor-length "dress of lace and nylon organza with tiny puffed sleeves, satin ribbon bow trim and full skirt cascaded in many ruffles. Her headpiece was a chapel hat with open crown, enhanced with flower and tulle trim, matching the bride's colors. She carried a miniature styled bouquet of brushed aqua carnations with white accents. The mothers of the bride and groom wore dark dresses and carnation corsages. After the nuptial mass, breakfast was served in the home of the bride's parents by her sisters, Mrs. Tom Broich and Mrs. Clayton Broich. * * * One hundred thirty guests were entertained at dinner in Sacred Heart Church hall at 12 o'clock. Seventy-five additional guests attended a reception at 2 o'clock in the .school cafeteria. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. Julie Goetzinger, Mrs. Joe Stevens, Mrs. Clem Balk, Mrs. Alvin Steffes, Mrs. Ambrose Klocke, Mrs. Marvin Stevens and Mrs. Frank Irlmeier. Serving were Mrs. Donald Haberl, Mrs. Merlin Irlmeier, Beatrice Bauer, Delpres Wiskus, Elaine Wiskus, Theresa Wiskus, Shirley Beyerink, Rose Mary Spieker, Margie Rupiper, Lois Hinners' and Beverly Hoffman. The tables were decorated in the bride's colors. Joleen Tigges cut the four-tiered cake which was trimmed in the bride's colors. Mrs. Gary Bell attended the guest book. Mrs. Vernon Langel was at the gift table. * * * The bride, who was graduated from Sacred Heart High School in Templeton, has been bookkeeper for the Boje Construction Company in Carroll. The bridegroom, a graduate of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School, is employed by the Witt Flooring Company in Davenport. The bride chose a beige suit with brown and beige accessories for her going-away costume. Mr. and Mrs. Schettler, who will take a 10-day trip in western states, will live in Macomb, 111., after September 1, Family Party . Is Given for Joyce A. Kelly Joyce Ann Kelly o? Richland, who is joining the Sisters of Humility of Mary at Ottumwa, was honored at a family gathering Sunday in the home of her uncle and'aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Reynolds, here. She is a daughter of Mr. andvMrs. A. Joseph Kelly of Richland, formerly of Carroll. Attending with the Kelly family were Mrs. Joe Lawler, son, "Bill, end daughter, Mary Frances, Westside; Paul Hamill and son, Peter, Sioux City; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hamill and family, Rockwell City. • • * With the exception of Joyce Ann, who is spending this week with the Reynolds family, all the members of the'Kelly family returned to Richland Monday after being with the Reynolds 3 i n c e Friday. Paul Hamill and son, Peter, were other weekend guests in the Reynolds home. Joyce Ann, who is entering the convent Sept. 10, has taken one year of nurse's training at St. Joseph's Hospital in Ottumwa. Note Anniversary of Ray Nellesens' The tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Nellesen was celebrated at a Louis family picnic at the Southside Park Sunday. Mrs. Nellesen is the former Henrietta Louis. In the group with Mr, and Mrs. Nellesen and family were her father, Henry Louis of Des M^oines; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Louis and family, Fort Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Louis and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Louis and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Siepker and family and Andy Lou- Mr. and Mrs. Nellesen were presented with a purse as an anniversary gift. WillUm Wills YOUR VISION • continuing series of articles prepared for newspapers as a public service .. . By DR. JAMIS R. GREGG, Optometrist Methods of Eye Exercises Most of the "systems" or "techniques" of giving eye exercises are useful and effective; a few are of no value; and in a rare instance they can be'dangerous. • •'>,• » ; The field of vision training is new, not so much in ace as in its development and-application to a greater number of visual difficulties. The nature of its growth has been to create a variety of ways in which exercises are given. No single method has gained widespread acceptance to the exclusion of others. The patient must judge the individual giving the training, not his method. The background, skill, and understanding of the orthoptist are far more important than the instruments used. A few untrained laymen have entered this field, and vision could be harmed by some of the procedures they use—such as blinking and looking at tire sun. The claims of a system is one way to evaluate it. Vision training is not a cure-all; it does not eliminate glasses, It can be a great benefit to some pairs of eyes—but the competent practitioner approaches the possible outcome with cautious, realism. "•; ' Much orthoptic work can be done by exercises at home under proper direction. Two or three office visits per week, with daily home practice is common procedure .nl the long run the ultimate success of any method depends upon the patient himself — he cannot benefit in learning visual skills unless he is willing to be taught. Vision training is particularly valuable for youngsters, when eyes are still developing and can respond best to practice. HOW' ever, it has great .value for adults and is finding increased application through rapid advances being made in this field, Copyright, 1955 Villon Conaervitton lnitltuU. Sponsored for Public Information by tho Following Optometrists - •> \ , Dr, Rex W. Hinsoiv Dr. O. M. O'Connor * Dr. John E. Martin Arcadia Club Comes to Carroll For Picnic Dinner Sixteen members of the Arcadia Community Extension Club, and their families formed a picnic dinner group at Graham Park here Sunday. The regular August meeting was held at the same time, with Mrs. Leonard Bruggeman as hostess. Mrs. Roy Kruse, president, conducted the meeting. Members answered roll call by naming their birthday flowers. The birthday song was sung to Mrs. Bruggeman. • After adjournment, ice cream was served. Miss Violetta Noelck will attend a dressmaking school to be held in Carroll under the direction of Miss Lucile Buchanan, county extension home economist. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Truman Ewoldt's home In Carroll Sept. 19. Picnic Dinner Follows Baptism Of Gary Subbert A picnic dinner was held at Graham Park Sunday noon following the baptism of Gary Wayne Subbert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Subbert, by the Rev. Harold W. Kieck in St. Paul Lutheran Church i that morniftg. Sponsors were How I ard Subbert of Carroll and Mrs. ; Wilbert Rohde of Wall Lake. I Attending the picnic in addition to Gary Wayne, his parents and sister Sheryl Lynn, were Mr. and Mrs. Chris Subbert and daughters Donna and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Subbert and family and LeRoy Schroeder of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson and daughter Susan and Mr. and 'Mrs. Wilbert Rohde and sons of Wall Lake. ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) RED SKELTON in "Public Pidgeon No. 1" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Wednesday BUCK NITE! CO-HIT — Every Wednesday Is Buck Night Load Up the Car Only $1.00 Per Load Qptn 7:15 p. m. Mr. and Mrs. Wade K. Wissler of Cleveland, Ohio, are spending a few days with Mr. Wissler's mother, Mrs. E. A. Wissler, whom they joined at the Wissler family reunion at Boone Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wissler had visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Wissler, and family at Madison, Wis., before going to Boone. Mrs. E. A. Wissler's daughter, Mrs. C. J. Novotny, who had been with her for two weeks, returned to her home«et Cedar Rapids after attending the reunion, at which the 50th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Wissler of Boone was celebrated. E. C. Wissler is a brother of the late E. A. Wissler. ENDS TONIGHT (Tuesday) "Tammy and the Bachelor" CARROLI Wednesday . . . One Day Only! The story of on»' man's fight against the scandal magazines which reveal the private lives of public figures! VAN JOHNSON ANN BLYTH STEVE COCHRAN , in M-G-Wi ['SLANDER' co-starring ^Marjorle RAMBEAU-Richard EVER III II Flung by a Fling "Florida Fin Antics" 575 .Good Reasons Why You Should Be Here Wednesday! Open 6:45 p. m. KIDS=— Matinee 2 p. m. WEDNESDAY Gene Autry in ''SbnVof Hew Mexico" Jfcj»r «iu* VMW.IT::

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