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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 21, 1957
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WHife Clover Dttf Friday August 23 rd Friday, August 23/Will be White Clb\er,Day of the Carroll Amvets Auxiliary. Mrs. Clair Roetker is general chairman. Plans for the day were made at the August meeting of the auxiliary in the Amvets clubrooms Tuesday night. Any child wishing to sell is asked to report at the clubrooms by 8:30 Friday morning. Prizes of $3. $2 and $1 will be awarded to the three top sellers, respectively. All of the children will receive free theater tickets. * * * Mrs. W. A. Heue was hostess and Alvira Hamers, co-hostess, at last night's meeting, which was' concluded with the serving of lunch. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Eddie Hoehl and Mrs. Frederick P. Culbertson. The next meeting will be Sept. 17 at- the home of Alvira Hamers, with Mrs. Hoehl as her co-hostess. JeanneHumphrey Complimented at Prenuptial -Party Mrs. Earl N. Neu and Mrs. Lloyd Booth honored Jeanne Humphrey, August bride-elect, at a 9:30 breakfast in Mrs. Neu's home Tuesday morning. Guests were members of the Friday Contract Club and Miss Humphrey's sister, Mrs. John W. Drees. White linen place mats were used on the dining table which was ' centered with asters and roses in a low container on a mirror plateau. Greens trailed from the bouquet. ' The bride-elect, who was pre? sented with a gift from the club, was also given a shower of nonsensical gifts. Miss Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Humphrey of Carroll, will marry John C. MacAlpine, son of Mr. and Mrs. John C. MacAlpine Jr, of Swathmore, Pa., August 31 at the First Presbyterian Church here. Person at Pa ragra ph s Mr. and Mrs. Earl V. Connors and daughters, Kay, Toni and Polly,, returned home Tuesday after vacationing at Kansas City, Mo., for a few days. CD. of A. rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, Central Food Market. Phone 3267 of 4045 for pickup. Adv. TO WED IN SEPTEMBER . . . Mr. "and Mrs. Thomas Conner of Glidden announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ellem to Wayne L. Tew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Tew of Clarion. The wedding will take place Sunday, Sept. 29, in the First Presbyterian Church at Glidden, Miss Conner Is a graduate of St. Anthony School of Nursing in Carroll, Mr. Tew is employed with the Bechtel Construction Company of Los Angeles, California. lets go v Dancing Friday Aug. 23 By Popular Request! BILLY REDMAN b His Oreh. Featuring Annie en ' Voetls ALHAMBRA TWIN LAKES Michieal McBarnes Celebrates Her 8th Birthday at a Party Mrs. R. D. McBarnes gave a birthday party at her home Mon day afternoon for her eight-year' old daughter, Michieal. She was assisted by her sister, Mrs. Allen Janssen of Schleswig. Guests were eight little friends of Michieal and her cousins, Marsha and Trudy Janssen. Also in the group were her brothers, Jon and Charles McBarnes. * » * The children played games before refreshments were served and the gifts were opened. Michieal's birthday cake had been decorated in a Mexican fiesta theme by Mrs. Janssen. Harmonizing with the Mexican motif were hats and favors. * * * The children played "pin the tail" on the picture of a Mexican donkey on the wall. Prizes were awarded in the different games. Just before the party started, Michieal's grandmother, Mrs. Lloyd Sievers, called from Bolivar, Mo., to wish her a happy birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Andy Gi Ley returned home Tuesday night after being in Minnesota since Friday. They took Pat and Mary Jean Riordan back to their home in Minneapolis after visiting Mrs. Vic Olerich and the Leys and concluding their vacation, part of which was spent in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Ley visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Huegerich, at St. Paul. Mary Ann Moline of Ltngshorg, Kan., a niece of Mrs. H. F. Pfiester, arrived Monday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Pfiester until Saturday morning, when she will go to St. Olaf College, Northfield, Minn., s to attend a Lutheran College students national convention. Miss Moline is. a senior at Bethany College in Lingsborg. A group of students will stop here for her Saturday morning. L. or L Club Honors Member, Mrs. W. Far re 11 Mrs. Wayne Farrell was presented with a tynk and blue shower Tuesday night at the August meet" ing of the L. or L. Club in the home of Mrs. Ted Schulz Sr. Guests of Mrs. Schulz, additional to members, were Mrs. George Neil, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger and Mrs. Ted Schulz Jr. She presented each with a gift. • * * A business meeting was followed by canasta and the serving of lunch. Mrs. Farrell won the high score prize and Mrs. Frank Wegner, low. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Joe Hoelscher'a home Tuesday night, Sept. 17. Mrs. Agnes Schultz returned home Tuesday after being away since Friday. She attended the Kurtzhals family reunion picnic at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lacey in Trent, S. D., and visited relatives at LeMars and Fonda. CD, of A. rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, Central Food Market. Phone 3267 or 4045 for pickup. Adv. Mrs. Edward Foley and ton, Malick, returned to their home here Tuesday evening after spending two days with Mr. Foley, who is in Neola. Mrs. Foley's father, Joe Goetzinger, of Defiance, accompanied them here for a few days' visit. eft to a *«Q. U, S. Pol. OR. and Canada The right sheet ere sheet that fit prec shoes mad* from fine, fli ^ert, to give active fee., 'om they need! That'* wny we recommend lazy-Bonet—the right , shoes for boys end glrltl CINy/Nf COODVfA* WttTI ntXIM SHANK Sizes 4ttto 8, $5.50 8ttto12,$e<50 . 12Vi to 4, $7.50" "SHOBS H6i THE WHOLE FAMILY" ... , Mrs. Clifford Johnson and daughter, Wanda, of Bettendorf, who had been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hanneman and family since Sunday evening, went to Dps Moines Tuesday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. O'Connell and son. Denny, returned to their home at Council Bluffs Tuesday after visiting Mrs. O'Connell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska, since Sunday. Rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, at Farm Bureau Bldg., sponsored by Women's Comm. of Farm Bureau. Adv. Mrs. Laura Oswald has returned home from a week's vacation trip which she took with Mr. and Mrs. Leon Nees and daughters of Ayrshire. They went to the Black Hills of South Dakota and points of interest in Wyoming and Montana, attepding the Passion Play at Spearfish, S. D. Mrs. Robert C. Sorenson, Mrs. Robert A. Wright and Mrs. H. R. Smith are guests of Mrs. H. L. Bell at her summer home on Sunset Beach, Lake Okoboji, Wednesday and Thursday. They attended a bridge - luncheon at the new Inn Wednesday. The three were accompanied to Okoboji by Mrs. E. O. Damon, who returned to her summer home on Dixon Beach after spending several days with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Hagen. Miss Mary Mulry, a dietitian at St. Mary's Hospital, Rochester,. Minn., returned to Rochester-) Tuesday night after visiting her brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. W. C. Mulry, and family and Mrs. Mulry's mother, Mrs. Harriet Burns, since Sunday. She was honored at a bridge-luncheon given by Mrs. Mulry and Mrs. Burns in the Gold Room of Hotel Burke Monday afternoon. ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) Van Johnson in "Slander CARROLI Thuri. - Fri, - SoK — CO-HIT — Open at <S:45 p. m, Regular Admission Pricos* ... Roselyn Badding And Lon Diers Honored at Party (Tlniei Hernld Newt Servlr*) ARCADIA — Roselyn Badding and Lon Diers were honored at a miscellaneous shower at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers, Sunday evening. Miss Badding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Badding, will marry Mr. Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers, Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at St. John's Church in Arcadia. • * * Games were played during the evening. Gifts opened by the couple were placed on a table under a large floral umbrella decorated in the bridal colors of purple, gold and Kelly green, The bride-elect was presented with a corsage by Mrs. Diers. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Art Diers and M r s. Don Diers of Arcadia and Mrs. Daryl Winker of Carroll Thirty-five guests were present from Arcadia, Carroll, Fonda, Dunlap, Coon Rapids, Templeton, Ralston and Des Moines. Barbara Peters Of Lake View Is August Bride (Timet Herald Newi Service) LAKE VIEW - Barbara Jean Peters, daughter of Mrs. Gertrude Peters and the late Charles Peters, became the bride of Robert Kelsey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Riley Kelsey of Hibbing, Minn., Sunday, August 18, at 2 p.m. in the Methodist Church at Lake View. The Rev. Paul Potter officiated at the double ring ceremony. Baskets of coral and white gladioli flanked the altar and coral bows decorated the pews in the center aisle. Mrs. W. K. Hunter played nuptial music preceding and during the ceremony. Bob Pepper, friend of the bridegroom, sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." * * * The bride was given in marriage by her youngest brother, Glenn Peters. She wore a floor- length gown of imported Chantilly lace and tulle. The fitted bodice of lace was styled with net yoke and striped insert of scalloped lace forming a V neckline, as the base for the Queen Anne collar of lace. The voluminous skirt of lace and tulle featured lace from the waistline to mid-skirt dipping to points about the skirt. Her finger tip veil of, imported silk illusion Timet Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug, 21, 1957 BRIDAL COUPLE ... Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Hoffman, who were married August 7 at Annunciation Church In Coon Rapids, are living in Dedham, following a trip In western states. The bride is the former Twllla Weeks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weeks of Coon Rapids. Mr. Hoffman is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman of Dedham. II II ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) "Vanishing American" Break in the Circle CARROLL OUTDOOR THEflTRF Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. Stcr In.. | Anno M.II u> HAYDIN - AllHRGHI ITI < • 11 *fl - "I A....„ IIUIIMI. 1,1 I Open 7:15 P. M. Box Office Closet at 9:30 p. m. - was caught by a crown of pleated tulle edged with tiny seed pearls. She carried a French hand corsage of cascading trenched white carnations, from a brushed coral center, accented with ma- line leaves and knotted satin showers. Mrs. Fritz Wanek of Lincoln, friend of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a floor-length gown of shrimp nylon lace and tulle over taffeta. The strapless bodice was covered with a jacket featuring a manderin collar and three-quarter length sleeves. The full bouffant skirt, fashioned with tiny ruffles of net and lace, was worn over hoops. She wore a half hat in matching shade of iridescent braided flowers and circular veil. Her companion designed hand corsage of brushed coral carnations was accented with fanned maline and satin showers. The bridegroom's attendant was Vince Pearson. The bride's mother wore a light blue dress and white hat and the bridegroom's mother, a black and white dress and black hat. Both mothers wore corsages of white carnations. Ross Prestia of Omaha and Fritz Wanek of Lincoln, friends of the bridegroom, were ushers. • * * A reception for 100 guests was held in the church social rooms following the ceremony; Coral and white roses decorated the four tiers of the wedding cake, with a miniature bride and groom topping the cake which centered the bride's table. The cake, made by Mable Daiker, friend of the bride, was cut and served by Mrs. Vince Pearson. Mrs. Mildred Dikllch, Hibbing, Minn., was in charge of the guest book and Helen Zigich of Hibbing attended the gift table. Both are sisters pf the bridegroom. The bride is a graduate of Lake View High School and of St. Anthony School of Nursing in Carroll. The bridegroom is a graduate of the University of Minnesota. The bride chose a coral sheath dress with white, accessories for her traveling costume. The couple will be at home in an apartment at 4332 Park, Omaha, Neb., after Sept. 1. • * * Out-of-town guests were from Duluth and Hibbing, Minn.; Lin* coin and Omaha, Neb.; Sac City, Carroll, Wall Lake and Lytton. Mrs, Gertrude Peters entertain: ed at a rehearsal dinner Saturday evening. Members of the, wedding party and out-of-town friends were guests. 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. Trophies and Prizes Given at Golf Supper Trophies and prize's in the women's city golf tournament, held earlier in the summer, were awarded at the supper tables following a biweekly event at the Carroll Country Club Tuesday. The rainstorm put a stop to plans for a red, white and blue day, with the .golfers scheduled to participate in two teams. Ten golfers started out for nine- hole play, with seven completing the course. Twenty-four were in the supper group. Phil Signal! Observes His 75th Birthday Relatives, neighbors and other friends called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Signall Tuesday afternoon in observance of Mr. Signall's 75th birthday anniversary. He was presented with bouquets of flowers and other gifts. j * *. * ' Dessert and coffee were served from a table decorated with light- 1 ed candles and centered with a! birthday cake. | Evening visitors of Mr. and| Mrs. Signall were their son-in-law j and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Schelle, and daughters of Breda. Legion Auxiliary Of Arcadia Meets In Regular Session ARCADIA — The regular monthly meeting of Ehlers-Gerken Unit No. 694, American Legion Auxiliary, was held at the Legion Hall j Monday, with 41 members present.' The meeting opened in regular I form with the president, Mrs. j Lewis Schmitz, as presiding of-! ficer. ! A short installation was held for, two officers who were absent at j the regular installation in July. In- • stalled were Miss Christine Mess, unit historian, and Mrs. Joe | Schroeder, sergeant-at-arms. Mrs., Joe Neu was the installing officer.' Mrs. Roy Kruse acted as sergeant- at-arms. Committee reports consisted of a , report on junior activities by Mrs. Warren Andersen and a report on membership by Mrs. Leo Schmitz. A report on the Iowa department; convention was given by the presi-; denU_Mrs. Schmitz, who attended j the sessions as a delegate. * * * Plans were made for the Labor, Day celebration when the unit will : sponsor a pie stand. * * * Four circles were appointed to work the various shifts, and also to take charge of various extra! activities that occur during the | year. j It was decided to have year- \ books printed again for the ensuing i year. | September is Gold Star Mothers month. The unit will remember its j one Gold Star Mother by paying' I her dues and presenting her with 1 a gift. i * * * | The birthday song was sung to, Mrs. Maria Meirs, after which a penny march was held. Lunch was served, and bingo was played. The door prize was won by Mrs. Joe Neu. The next meeting *will be September 16 at the Fire Hall. The j lunch committee for September in- j eludes Mrs. Fred Stoffers, Mrs. I William Sundrup, Mrs. Victor! Tomka, and Mrs. Peter Schmitz. I On the entertainment committee will be Mrs. William Leiting, Mrs. Ed Lampman and Mrs. Elizabeth Lampe, Medalist of the day was Ann Leahy, with a score of 48. Mrs. Roy Eastlund placed second and Mrs. Clem Determan, third. Also playing were Mrs. Ed Marz, Mrs. C. M. Maddy, Mrs. H. L, Silsby, Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse, Mrs. Martin Schmeiser, Mrs. Merle Wiedemeier and Mrs. George D. Walden. Each participant was given a prize. Mrs. Wiedemeier, Mrs. Nurse and Mrs. J. B. Waggoner were present as new members of the club. * * * Decorations of the supper table featured two miniature replicas of the north half of the Country Club course, fashioned of Styrofoam. The centerpiece was a white crown of Styrofoam, edged with white golf balls mounted on tees. Rose bowls were placed between the centerpiece and the Country Club replicas. The trophies and prizes were displayed on another table decorated with two bud vases of roses. They were awarded by Teresa Brandl. • * * Trophies were presented to Mrs. Roy Eastlund, city champion of 1957, whose score was 93; Mrs. W. S. Farner, runner-up in the championship flight, with a score of 94; Mrs. O. W. Kelly, winner of the first flight; and Mrs. Florence Wagner, winner of the second flight. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Clem Determan, whose score of 96 placed third in the championship flight: Mrs. George D. Walden, runner-up in the first flight; and Mrs. H. L. Silsby, runner-up in the second flight. Mrs. B. G. Halverson and Mrs. E. M. Feld were co-chairmen of the committee on arrangements which included Mrs. John E. Gnam. Mrs. Clyde Cassill and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska. A handicap tournament will be held in two weeks under chairmanship of Mrs. W. L. Kline and Mrs. J. W. Hills. Andy Balks Hosts to Pool Staff, Committee Mr. and Mrs.'Andy Balk entertained the American Legion swimming poor staff and the Legion pool committee at a picnic supper in the Graham Park shelterhouse Tuesday evening. Approximately 25 were in the group, which included wives of committee members. An hour of visiting followed the 7 o'clock supper. 77 Attend Reunion Of Sporleder Clan At Park in Glidden (Time* Iteraid News Service) GLIDDEN — A picnic dinner was held at the Glidden Park Sunday noon for all the Sporleder relatives. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Sporleder and Larry, Mr. and Mrs. William Thede, Mr. and Mrs. Ramond Thede and family, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Sporleder and family, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Sporleder, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Heim and Diana, Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Sporleder and family, and Mr. and Mrs. John Kurth, Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Glen Thede, Maryland; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thede and family, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thede and Mrs. Laura Thede, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Thede, Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Lange, Hayfield, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Williams and sons, Rochester, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Gray and Dorthea, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kurth and family, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. George Pfeister, Ames; Mrs. Anna Sporleder and daughter, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Mino Johnson and Virginia, Kempton, 111., were guests. A basket dinner was served. The afternoon was spent with games and visiting. Seventy-seven were present. Airman 1-c Robert Dean Krieg arrived Tuesday night from Deep Creek Air Force Base, Wash., to spend a three-week furlough with his mother, Mrs. Alice Krieg, of Carroll, and his brother and sister- in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krieg, at Ames. Miss Doris Graves of St. Petersburg, Fla., arrived Monday evening to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Lerdall, until Friday, when she will &<> to Seneca, 111. and return from there to St. Petersburg. Miss Graws came here after vacationing in Minnesota. She is supervisor of pre-school work in a private school at St. Petersburg. Columbus, Ohio, is the world's largest city named in honor of Christopher Columbus. Prompt Repair Service ON TV, RADIOS AND •AND INITRUMINTI •t Harris Repair DIAL 2413 •I IWRI To Visit Our New Ihop and fee the If51 RCA •ltd,Other New fete 1 Ixcaptlenilly Nl«t Uied 2Mneh TV Sftt, Others < from WI.OO up 0rtn;d OptiMnl lt»nl tWitih'fw Our Ad Balikpapan, big oil center of Borneo; handles 2,700,009 tons, of crude oil annually. ' Perfect Fitting Buafei $Acwn America's Favorite Children's Shoes Every young mis* needs a pair of these smart practical Buster Brown saddles. 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