Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 22, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, August 22, 1957
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Judy Wieland Honored Before Going to Convent Judy Wlelsnd of Dedham, who is leaving Saturday morning to en --j ter St Rose C!onvent at LaCrosse, Wis., was honored at a dinner party given by her grandmother, j Mrs. Laura Wieland, at Mrs. Wieland's home in Carroll Wednesday i evening; j Centered on the dining table's lace doth was an arrangement of roses and asters. * * * Guests in addition to Judy, her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wieland, and her brothers, Bill, Duane and Jerry, of Dedham, were Mr. and Mrs. Leigh Morrison and Mr. and Mr6. Larry Wess and family. The group was joined later by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wieland and family. Judy was presented with a gift by her grandmother. Courtesy for Ruth Clements Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sweany entertained at a dinner for eight Wednesday night in the Ranch Room at Pauline's Cafe. Ruth Clements of New York City was an out-of-town guest. Others in the group were Mrs. John Clements, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland and Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Wegner. After dinner, pictures of the wedding of Janet Sweany and Bill Blackwell at the new Methodist Church here July 122Entries in Flower And Garden Club Show Twenty-eight exhibitors displayed 122 entries in the flower show of the Carroll Flower and Garden Club in the basement of St. Paul's Lutheran Church here Wednesday afternoon. Eighty-nine persons registered, with attendance totaling 102. Out- of-town guests attended from Texas and Wisconsin, additional to Waterloo, Manning, Arcadia and Glidden. Sweepstakes winners were Mrs. Carl Bauerle for her arrangement in an antique container; Mrs. Louis Nagl. rubrum lilies in the specimen class, and Mrs. Martin Berger, table settings. * * * The show was judged by Mrs. Robert "Walters of Glidden. The exhibits were arranged in two divisions—horticulture and artistic arrangements. Specimens were included in. Class A and house plants in Class B of Division I. 28, taken by Dr. Paul Sweany of East.Lansing, Mich., were shown by Mr. Wegner at the Wegner home. Mr. and Mrs. Clem A. White left Thursday on a 10-day vacation in Minnesota and Minot, N. D. They will spend a few days at northern Minnesota lakes en route to Minot, where they will visit their son and daughter - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. White. Wouldn't You Like to Cook on a Magic Chef Gas Range No other range gives you so many "firsts" in cooking convenience. There's a Magic Chaf for your family and your bod- gat. More women cook on Magic Chef than any other range. See the all-new Magic Chef now at SPORRER'S TV and Appliances * Opon 8 a. m. to 9 p. m. 6 Days Per Week 9Hi and Salinger Dial 9513 Winners in division I of the horticulture class were: Aster, Mrs. Ida Grundmeier, first; chrysanthemum, Mrs. H. G. Hartzell, third; chrysanthemum, cushion, Mrs. Henry Irlbeck, first; Glorioso daisy, Mrs. Martin Berger, first, and Mrs. Walter Mohr, second; gladioli, Mrs. Louis Nagl, first; gladioli medium, Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus, first; rubrum lily, Mrs. Nagl, first, and Mrs. Irlbeck, second; marigold, mum type, Mrs. Berger, first; marigold, carnation type, Mrs. Lawrence Wegman, first; single petunia, Mrs. Albert Janssen, first, and Mrs. Mohr, third; Hybrid tea rose, red, Mrs. Grundmeier, third; pink, Mrs. Janssen, first, and Mrs. Berger, second; yellow, Mrs. Janssen, first; Floribunda rose, Mrs. Wegman, first, Mrs. Fred Julich. second, and Mrs. Mohr, third: giant zinnia, Mrs. Berger, first. Mrs. Mohr, second, and Mrs. William Schnable, third; fantasy zinnia, Mrs. Schnable, first, and Mrs. Nagl, second; hibiscus, Mrs. Janssen, third; three or more varieties of varied shrubs or trees, Mrs. H. G. Hartzell. first. * * * Winners in Class B, Division I, were: Begonia, Mrs. Charles Piatt, first; ivy, Mrs. ' Janssen, first, and Mrs. Fred Wurr, second; philodendron, Mrs. Hartzell, first, and Mrs. Walter Mohr, third; foliage, Mrs. Berger, sec ond; any. other blooming plant, episcia, Mrs. Janssen, first; unusual plant, Mrs. Walter E. Schlel, first, and Mrs. Piatt, second. * * * Winners in artistic arrangements under Division II' were: Arrangement in kitchen utensil, Mrs. Clyde Carlson, first; Mrs. Nagl, second, and Mrs.. George Renze, third; arrangement in a container not meant for flowers, Mrs. Carlson, first; Mrs. George Renze,» second, and Mrs. Merle Vetter, third; arrangement com' bining driftwood or other wood with suitable material, Mrs. Schnable, first; arrangement for coffee table, Mrs. Grundmeier, first; Mrs. Mohr, second, and Mrs. Wurr, third; Arrangement for Madonna figurine, Mrs. Nagl, second: basket arrangement, Mrs. Berger, first, and Mrs. Pete Hausmann, second; mantel arrangement, Mrs. W. J Leuer, first; Mrs. Berger, second, and Mrs. Grundmeier, third; low centerpiece for dining table or buffet, Mrs. A. F. Matt, first; Mrs. Janssen, second, and Mrs Bauerle, third; flower and candle Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Thursday, Aug. 22, 1957 WED AT TEMPLETON ... Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schettler were married August 20 at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton. After a trip in western states, they will live at Macomb, 111. The bride, the former Edna Langel, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Langel of Templeton. She has been bookkeeper for the Boje Construction Company here. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schettler of Carroll, is employed by the Witt Flooring Company In Davenport. Social Calendar Thursday- Bridge - luncheon, 1 p.m., Carroll Country Club. County school 6i instruction for American Legion Auxiliary unit presidents and secretaries, 2:30 p.m., Legion hall. Saturday— * Teen-age dance, Carroll Country Club. Sunday- Carroll V.F.W. Auxiliary family picnic, Blackhawk Lake. Tuesday- American Legion Auxiliary 6:30 potluck dinner and regular meeting, Legion hall. rangement suitable for church, Mrs. Nagl, first,' and Mrs. Hartzell, second; arrangement in antique container, Mrs. Bauerle, first; Mrs. E. M. Feld, second, and Mrs. Berger, third; breakfast table, Mrs. Berger, first; luncheon table, Mrs. Berger, first, and Mrs. Nagl, second; dinner table, Mrs. L. J. Wittry, first, and autumn table, Mrs. Berger, first. Door prizes, donated by the Park Gardens and Sharp's Floral, were won by Mrs. Clyde Birch and Mrs. 0. S. Mobley. / The show, which was,, the first of the Garden and Flower. Club, is hoped by members to be continued as an annual event. Mrs. Janssen was general chairman, with various committees as sisting. Mrs. Berger is the club president. arrangement for centerpiece, Mrs. Grundmeier, first, and Mrs. Berger, second; all-white arrangement, Mrs. Berger, first, and Mrs. Piatt, second; all • green arrangement, Mrs. Mohr, first, and Mrs. Hartzell, second; * * • Miniature arrangement not over three inches, Mrs. Mohr, first; Mrs. Berger, second, and Mrs. George J. Hess, third; arrangement for television topper, Mrs. Hartzell, first; Mrs. Irlbeck, second, and Mrs. Schnable, third; arrangement using animal figurines, Mrs. Irlbeck, first; arrangement in a shell marine study, Mrs. Schnable, first, and Mrs. Mohr, second; arrangement using floating blossoms, Mrs. Irlbeck, first, and Mrs. Janssen, second; ar- Mrs. A. Wiedemeyer Gives Dinner Party For Guests from Away Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer entertained at a 6:30 dinner in her home east of Carroll Tuesday eve ning. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. John I. Brown and family of San Diego, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Rust and son, Cletus, of Milwaukee, Wis.; Mrs. Joe Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hermsen, James Wieland and Andy Louis Sheila and Mary Morrison are returning Thursday evening from a two-day visit with Peggy Orr at Orr's Resort, Lake Okoboji. Mary and Peggy will enter the State University of Iowa in September. Mrs. Howard Dolen and daugh ters, Kevin and Erin, are home after spending a week with rela tives in Lincoln and friends at Omaha. They visited Mrs. Dolen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.R. Moore and Mr. Dolen's mother, Mrs. Es ther Dolen, at Lincoln. Presenting fijwuqkjto. COLLEGE ADVISORY BOARD Meet Your College Friends Friday and Saturday at BROUGHTON'S Collegetown, U.S.A. Broughton's College Advisory Board will be in the store all day Friday and Saturday to help you with your selection of campus favorite clothes. AH of the latest fashions for fall are at Broughton's where you'll always receive friendly, courteous, helpful assistance and service. DIANE WITTROCK Clarke College , Dubuque JOYCI LYNN REAM Qrlnnell College Grlnneli . JANI CRANI South Dakota State Vermillion Broughton's lead the field in fine clothing, so, no wonder then so many girls shop/at Broughton's for all their clothing heeds. At Broughton's you'll find top quality, high fashion clothes usually found only in the larger cities. Broughton-dressed girls lead the style parade on campuses all over the midwest. PAT HOBBS Stat* University of Iowa Iowa City ooi 11 IIIIHIIIIIIIII iiiiiiiiiiini.. i... * • r • r T n n 111111 M 1111 n 111 n t MARY MORRISON State University of Iowa Iowa City SCHOOL SHOPPER STOPPER X Whether you are a campus cutie, f a high school sweetheart or a ca- X reer girl, you won't want to miss X Broughton's first big layaway sale of fine sweaters. Just Don't risk starting the fail season without a figure flattering sweater wardrobe from Broughton's line of quality clothes. Beautiful new styles of Cardigans, SJjp-owi tni Dressmakers just arriv Down Hold* the Sweater M Your Choice Until School Starts COLLEGETOWN, U.S.A. ''Leads the Field [n Fine Clothing" Mrs. Meyers Describes Tour to Church Group Mrs. J. J. Meyers told members of the St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers about her trip around the world and showed colored movies at the group's August meeting in the parish hall Wednesday night. Mrs. Meyers, a member of the confraternity, was introduced by Mrs. L. R. Chapman, president. Her movies were mostly of scenes in Japan, China, Pakistan and India. • * • Approximately 150 members attended the program and a 7 o'clock potluck dinner which preceded it. A centerpiece of garden flowers and blue candles decorated the speakers' table. Dinner arrangements were in charge of members of the August circle. The meeting opened with prayer by the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes, who gave a short talk later. His remarks dealt principally;with the parish school. \The business session was conducted by Mrs. Chapman. * * * The door prize was won by Mrs. Anthony Williams. The confraternity's next meeting will be Sept. 18 in the parish haU. MARRIED AUGUST 17 . . . Marilyn Broich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Broich of Carroll, and Dale Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs, Vincent Snyder of Breda, were married August 17 at St. Mary's Church In Willey. After September 1, they will live at Breda, where Mr. Snyder is employed by the Ocken Furniture Company. The bride is an office assistant at the Farm Bureau office in Carroll. (Rohner Studio Photo) Personals Mrs. Donald Barels and children, Brian and Gail, of Storm Lake and Mrs. Edward Barels and daughter, Virginia, of Newell were visitors Tuesday at the home of their brother-in-law, Dr. Robert F. Barels. m> Rummage sale Friday, Aug. 23, at Farm Bureau Bldg., sponsored by Women's Comm. of Farm Bureau. Adv. Bridal Shower At Dedham for Roselyn Wessling <Timet Herald Neyt Service) DEDHAM — A bridal shower for Roselyn Wessling Tuesday night in St. Joseph's parish hall at Dedham was attended by approxi mately 130 guests. Bingo was played and prizes were awarded before the miscellaneous shower gifts were opened and lunch was served. A bride doll formed the centerpiece of the gift table which was decorated in Miss Wessling's colors of pink and blue. The door prize went to Mrs. Alver Stangl and the draw prize to Carol Rothmeyer. Miss Wessling will marry Leo J Seidl at 8:30 Wednesday morn ing, August 28, at St. Joseph's Church here. Their banns were published for the second time Sunday at the church. Mrs. Anna Karstens Entertains Her Club (Timet Herald Newt Scrvtee) MANNING — Mrs. Anna Karstens was hostess to the Neighbor hood Club Monday. Mrs. Karl Rohr and Mrs. Augusta Reetz were guests outside the membership. Mrs. August Ross scored high at cards. Lunch was served by the' hostess. There will be no September meeting of the club. Three Hostesses Give Supper for Wa-Tan-Ye Club Mrs. Kenneth SchwarzenbaotL Mrs. Pete Jensen and Mrs. E. SL Anderson, entertained Wa-tan-w Club members at a chicken sup. per in the Graham Park shelter house Thursday evening. Additional guests were Mary Ann Moline of Llngsborg, Kan., * niece of Mrs. H, F. Pfiester; Mrs. J. J. Witte; Jeffrey Hannasch of Park, Forest, 111., a grandson of Mrs. Jensen, and Ella Jean Schwarzenbach. * * * The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach, president. A letter of appreciation was read from the director of the State Services for Crippled Children, Iowa City, thanking the club for assistance at the annual crippled children's clinic which was held here July 10. The club voted to cancel its meeting of Wednesday night,' Sept. 18, and to join the Sac City Club in an inter-city meeting at Hotel Burke here Thursday, Sept. 19. * * * It was also voted to give 12 dolls which club members are dressing to the Women's Bureau of the Carroll Chamber of Commerce, to be included in its Christmas project. The next meeting will be Sept. 4 at the Farm Bureau building. Hostesses will be Miss Myrtle Walden and Mrs. Vernon Popp. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Ehlers, Dorothy and Wllbert, of Arcadia have returned home after vacationing in Minnesota, Canada and Michigan for two weeks. They visited Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Ehlers and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schultz, Wallace and Dorothea, at Minneapolis and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Novak Jr., and daughter, Kathleen, at Sparta, Mich. Chicken supper, Sacred Heart parish, Templeton. Sunday, Sept. 15. Adv. Miss Jane Pfau, of the St. Lawrence School faculty, has returned here from her home at Lincoln, HI., for the school year. She resides at Parkview Court. Mr. and Mrs. Wade Raiidon and children, Michael and Geri Ann, returned to their home at Decorah Tuesday after visiting Mr. Raridon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Raridon, and family since Friday. Also home for the weekend was the Rarldons' son, A-3c Delbert, who is stationed at Truax Field, Madison, Wis, Fri., Sat., •rid Monday ItaUj-l te» t» • Customer • Ml Save «n your tewing* on* 1 mtndlng needil Set tndud«i 12 tpooU of nut- arlud cotton thread. In attorted •Owlet colon and whit* and blotk; • oackoM of Imported needlei, and a •Impllfied needle threader, Sellt regularly for oft. Would <oit much nor* If you pwrthaiod the »!«<« teparattly. DAVIS PAINT ' ASSOCIATE sjqp e. w, Nicoa ! Owner; Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Dockum of Altadena, Calif., and Mrs. Dock urn's mother, Mrs. H. Truett of Grand Island, Neb., arrived Thursday for a few days' visit with Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Mrs. Louis A. Macke and children, Mrs. Josef R. Martin and children, David McCoy and Jerry Stoffers returned Tuesday night after spending a week at French Lake, Faribault, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wittry, daughter, Janice, and son, Lyle, have returned from a 16-day trip to California, which Included a visit with their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wittry, at San Luis Obispo. They went first to Los Angeles, taking side trips from there, one of which was to Disneyland at Anaheim. After leaving San Luis Obispo, they visited Mr. Wittry's brother-in-law .and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William Koehne, at San Francisco, Shower Honors Roselyn Badding (Timet Herald Newt Sen-Ice) ARCADIA — Mary Jo Badding complimented her sister, Roselyn, at a miscellaneous shower Monday evening in their home near Arcadia. Miss Badding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Badding, will marry Lon Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers, Saturday morning, September 7, in St. J o h n' i Church at Arcadia. * * * Games were played. A scrapbook depicting phases of the couple's married life, was made by the guests and given to the bride- elect. Table decorations were a miniature bride and groom and three attendants dressed in purple, gold and Kelly green, the colors of the bride-elect. Garden flowers completed the arrangement. A corsage was presented to the guest of honor. * * * After the bride-elect and her fiance had opened the gifts, lunch was served by Mary Jo, Kathryn and Janet Badding, sisters of the bride-to-be. Guests included: Roselyn Leiting, Jane Schmitz, Verna Beckman, Shirley Winker, Mrs. Larry Stoffers and Mrs. Gordon Wiebers, Arcadia; Mrs. Paul Handlos, Bonnie Schroeder, Lois Otto, Charlene Riesberg, Joyce Borkowski and Margie Rupiper, Carroll. CARROll Thurs. - Fri. - Sot. JAYCEE PICNIC SET The annual Jaycee and Jaycee- ette picnic will be held at 6:30 p.m. Saturday in Swan Lake State Park. About 60 Jaycees and wives are expected to be present. Chairmen of the committee are Wayne Schlorholtz and Don Hagedorn. Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Peterson are home after spending five weeks in Washington and Oregon. They visited Mrs. Peterson's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Griffith, at Tacoma; Mr. and Mrs. James Griffith and family at Portland, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Bullock at McMlnnville, Ore. _ CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. HAYDi N • ALIU'RGHF Ml i i -JiW P. f r W ©«!«• Cloi .fij, frtf4(jf . ."Spy- ,p» life

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