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August 23, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 3

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DeMolay Boys Entertain at a Swimming Party Mernbers of Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of De Moldy, and their dates joined with members of the Order of Rainbow Girls and their dates at a swimming party given by the DeMolays Thursday night in the American Legion Swimming Pool. Swimming in the pool was followed by dancing and lunch in the Graham Park shelterhouse. Bruce Robb was chairman of the committee in charge assisted ( by Gene Lockhart and Glenn Lockhart, associate chapter adviser. The same committee functioned at a picnic for De Molay members two weeks ago at Swan Lake State Park. Chaperons at last night's event were Dr. John L. Martin, chapter dad; Raymond Duff of Scranton, assistant adviser; Mrs. Duff and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lockhart. The next De Molay meeting will be in the Masonic Hall at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. September 12. Social Calendar 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. Wednesday- Carroll Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Methodist Young Adult class picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Last Bridge-Luncheon Held at Country Club The summer's final bridge- luncheon for Carroll Country Club members was held at the clubhouse Thursday afternoon, under chairmanship of Mrs. E. A. Vaat- veit and Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks. Twenty-four were seated at the Farewell for Marlene Koenig (Timet Herald Kent Service) HALBUR — In honor of their daughter, Marlene. who left Friday for LaCrosse, Wis., to enter St. Rose Convent, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Koenig entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner in their home Tuesday evening. Guests included: The Rev. Raymond Bornbach, New Lisbon, Wis.; the Rev. Jerome Koenig, Auburn: the Rev. Lawrence J. Greteman, Halbur; Helen Leitner, New Lisbon, Wis.: Mrs. Frances Koenig, Florine Koenig and Marine's brothers, Gene and Bob, and sister, Cheryl. Additional guests in the evening were: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heinrichs, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Koenig, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Koenig and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Koenig, Kathleen and John, Mrs. Josephine Wagner and Cecilia Wagner. Marlene was presented with gifts. Jenny Greteman, Vincent Beisch To Wed Sept. 7th Jenny Lee Greteman of Templeton, who will marry Vincent Bejsch of Carroll September 7, was complimented .at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Fred Neumayer of Omaha at the Dazze in Omaha Monday evening. Miss Greteman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.. Felix L. Greteman of Templeton, is an operator for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Omaha. Mr. Beisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Beisch of Carroll, will be a senior at Creighton University this year. He is employed by G. R. Walsh & Associates in Omaha. * * * At Mrs. Neumayer's party the guests included Miss Greteman's j mother and sister, Greta, of Templeton. The others were friends in the telephone company's office at Omaha. The wedding will take place at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton. luncheon table on the south porch. Garden flowers decorated the table and also the main dining room, where five tables of contract bridge were played later. * * * Fall colors of orange and gold predominated in the floral arrangement of the mantel over the fireplace. The prizes, wrapped in orange and gold, were also placed on the mantel. Mrs. John Meyers won the high score prize and Mrs. R. W. Collison, second high. Third high was awarded to Miss Doris Graves of St. Petersburg, Fla., the only out- of-town guest, and low to her sister, Mrs. F. A. Lerdall. Mrs. H. A. Matt received a prize for the birthday nearest the party date and Mrs. Merle Schnell, the cut prize. • * * The hostess committee included Mrs. E. J. Waters, Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick, Mrs. Roy J. Burns, Mrs. Rex Hinson. Mrs. W. C. Arts, and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson. Holds School Of Instruction For Auxi I ia ry All of the seven units of the American Legion Auxiliary were represented at a county school of instruction for unit presidents and secretaries, conducted by Mrs. Clarence McGrane, county president, in the Legion hall here Thursday afternoon. Also present was Mrs. Aden Owen of Coon Rapids, county parliamentarian. The units are Breda, Manning, Coon Rapids, Dedham, Arcadia, Glidden and Carroll. * * * Mrs. McGrane gave instructions to the unit officers for the coming year, according to requirements of the Iowa Department. Mrs. A. C. Reinowski served lunch later. * * * A county meeting is scheduled for Friday night, Sept, 6, at Manning. Myra Kay Meeves And James Wittrock To Marry August 31 (Time* Herald Newi Servte*) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. John Meeves of Manning announce the approaching marriage Aug. 31, of their daughter, Myra Kay, to James Wittrock of Templeton. The wedding will take place at Sacred Heart Church, Manning, at 9 a.m. Ttm*t.H*rald, ear rail, lew* Friday, Aug. 23, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kerwin i and sons, Larry and John, of Te-i kamah, Neb., visited relatives here ! Thursday. j at the Starline Ballroom Saturday Aug. 24 The Dixielanders Tuesday Aug. 27 Leo Daegds And Orchestra Benefit St. Auguitln. Guild, Halbur Sav. Our Bonu» Stamp* LadlM Win $1,000 Mink Stol. Man Win Complete Wardrobe Year's Activities Reviewed for Past Presidents' Parley (Timm Herald New* A«rvlr»> MANNING — 'Past President's Parley of Emil Ewnldt Unit No. 22, American Legion Auxiliary, met at the home of Mrs. Merlin Struve Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Henry J. M. Hansen and Mrs. J. L. Bingham as co-hostesses. Mrs. Hansen, outgoing president, gave the following report of the year's activities: The group sponsored the Auxiliary's mem-' bership drive; sent Christmas gifts to its sponsored child at Glenwood and 68 Christmas stockings to Woodward; purchased a bronze plaque for the Manning library; placed two grave-markers; called all auxiliary members for two funerals; sent IS chair pads to Woodward; and furnished cookies for the Bloodmobile. They also served dinners to families of a member and of a deceased veteran. * * * Mrs. Mildred Lyden is the Parley's new president; Mrs. William, Vollstedt, vice president; and; Mrs. Merlin Struve, secretary- treasurer. Committees for the year are: November, Henrietta Petersen, Regilda Struve, Edna Vollstedt, Elsie Struve, Marie McGrath; February: Alta Hansen, Bonita Hagedorn, Lorraine Hargens, H/el- en Pratt, Hazel Meyers; May: Mildred Lyden, Feme Ramsey, Anna Karstens, Isabelle Smith, Claribel Bingham; August: Alice Schrum, Elaine Struve, Amanda Lamp and Mabel Opperman. Mr. and Mm. T. B. Will* and daughter, Norma Jean, visited! Mrs. Wills' sister, Mrs. Maude! Spotts. at Battle Creek Friday. Stop the Wedding! Don'I takB another step 'til you know this about diamonds. Selecting a diamond is a romantic time—but it's a time for good judge­ ment. And good judgement, sensible prices, and a vast store of diamond-knowledge art yours here. We've been awarded the titles Certified Gemologist and Registered Jeweler, American Gem Society. So profit by our gemological proficiency . . .let us guide you to a wiser diamond purchase. ^ 1 Kelly Jewelry Howard Ktlly, (tielirtrirf and Cartlflad 6» ' Larry Buxton, Former Lake View Resident, Married (Ttrtwn Herald Ncwi Rerrie«> LAKE VIEW — Larry Buxton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buxton, former Lake View residents, and now of Dexter, Minn., was married Saturday, Aug. 17, at Stewartviile, Minn., to LaDonna Noble, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Art Noble of Stewartviile. The wedding took place at R p.m. in the Baptist Church. Pastor Richardson was assisted by Pastor Larry Johnson, a former pastor of the church. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a white floor-length lace and net gown. The bodice had a square neckline edged with lace ruffles and the bouffant skirt, with row after row of lace ruffles, had an underskirt of taffeta. Her fingertip veil was caught to a half- hat with seed pearls. The bride was attended by Virginia Buxton, sister of the bridegroom: Lola Seehoosen; and Karen Noble, sister of the bride. Bell and Mary Noble were flower girls. * * • The bridegroom was attended by his three brothers, Roger, Arden and Warren. Terry Bell, a cousin of the bride, was ring bearer. Loren Mason of Lake View, cousin of the bridegroom, was one of the candlelighters. * * * A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors following the service. The room was decorated in the bride's colors of green and yellow. The bride, a graduate of the, Stewartviile High School, has! been employed in Rochester, j Minn. * * * The bridegroom, a graduate of the high school at Vail, is now a corporal in the Marines and is stationed in California, where the couple will make their home until his time of discharge. Mrs. Clara Mason, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller, Glee and Gene, and Loren Mason of Lake View attended the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Mason of Westside and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Whiting and family of Vail also attended. Mrs. Clara Mason, grandmother of the bridegroom, has been visiting in the Buxton home for several weeks. N. D. Pinochle Club Meets at Home in Manning (Tlm*« Rrrald Newn Serrlee) MANNING — The N. D. Pinochle Club met Aug. 20 at the home of Mrs. Dora Dammann. Mrs. Frank Stribe and Mrs. Annie Ewoldt were guests. Mrs. Pete Kuhl held high score at cards: Mrs. Labert Stahl, second; and Mrs. Ott Hagedorn, low. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Harry Petersen will entertain in two weeks. TAKE WEDDING VOWS . . . Patricia C. Loew, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Loew of Hayfield, Minn., and Gerald H. Dalhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalhoff of Halbur, were married August 17 at the St. Lawrence Church here. The bride has been employed as an operator in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. The bridegroom is a student at Creighton University, Omaha, where he is in his sophomore year. After Sept. 1, the couple will live at 2532 Cass Street, Omaha. (Paige & Paige Photo) Dolores Baumhover came home Wednesday from Chicago where she spent two weeks with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ivo H. Baumhover, and aunt", Miss Christine Wiederhold. grandson, Frankie Daley of Falls Church. Va., came home Thursday night from Spirit Lake, where they vacationed for a week. Their cottage adjoined one occupied by their sons-in-law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brady and children, James Russell and Merry Sue, of Sioux City, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hermsen and children, Kristy, Kathy, Tommy and Timmy, of Laurens. Mr. Hermsen attended the coaching school at Templar Park. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Grundmet- er and daughter, Deanna, came home Thursday nigty from a week's vacation trip in Wisconsin. They visited Mrs. Grundmeier's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thalacker, at Westfield, attended a family reunion at the home of Mrs. Grundmeier's cousin, the Rev. Elmer Zehms. in Appleton, visited friends in Wisconsin Rapids and spent a day at Wisconsin Dells. On their way- home Thursday, they stopped at Charles City and visited Mr. Grundmeier's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Orren Grundmeier, and family. Mrs. Pete Jensen went to Chicago Friday to spend several days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Hannasch, and family. She was accompanied by her grandson. Jeff Hannasch, who had been with the Jensens part of the summer. Mr. and Mrs, James W. Wilson, daughter, Ann, and son, Jim, came home Thursday night from a week's western vacation trip. After visiting Mrs. Wilson's nephew and wife, Mr. and Mrs. John R. Mccracken, at Aurora, Colo., they went to Boulder, Colo., and Cheyenne, Wyo., returning by way of the Black Hills. Mrs. Vernon Hansen and children, Barbara, Linda and Jeffrey, returned Thursday from a month's visit with Mrs. Hansen's • parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mischo, and her brothers, Jim and Dan, at Sacramento, Calif. Mr. Hansen, who also spent his vacation there, returned two weeks ago. Ethel Forrest resumed work in the Carroll County Sheriff's office Friday morning after vacationing in California. She flew there from Omaha and back to Omaha. Miss Forrest visited Mr. and Mrs. George Wiskus and family, formerly of Carroll, at Maywood, and Mrs. T. L. Moore and son, Lt. Thomas L. Moore, formerly of Carroll, at their home in El Cajon near San Diego. Lt. Moore is based at the naval station in San Diego. Miss Forrest accompanied Mrs. Moore and son to Tijuana, Mexico, took a harbor cruise with them, attended the Hawaiian Luau at the North Island Officers Club and a starlight opera performance of "Show Boat" in the Balboa Park Bowl. San Diego. Miss Forrest visited throughout the Los Angeles area, including Hollywood, Culver City and Beverly Hills, Disneyland at Anaheim, and the Knotts Berry Farm. She also visited the San Diego zoo. •4J Ann Leahy Wins Tourney! At Storm Ltfcjc Ann Leahy, of the Carroll- s try Club, won a slx4tole tpllyw from Jan Adamson of Sioux . Cit and Mary Sackett of Spencer* .t_„™ win the Storm Lake Women's vitational Golf Tournament Thuiav.;,, day. Miss Leahy's score wafi'W.', f Another Carroll winner WM-i« Mrs. E. M. Feld, who placed 8ec»f^| ond in the first flight. The local club was also repr#- v'^f sented by Mrs. C. M. Maddy and ' Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton. One hundred thirty golfers todkl part in the tourney. * . Beulah Club jHas Second Visiting Day ! Thursday was the second visit- i ing day this summer for mem- Ibers of the Beulah Country Clubr I Half of the members stayed at home, vith the other half coming to visit them. Those who had remained at home on the previous visiting day were the callers Thursday. One member visited at ! the home of another. ; * * * • The club will resume regular meetings Thursday afternoon, Sept. 5. Beulah Osborne will entertain at the home of her sister, Mrs. Byron Provost, in Lake View. Mr. and'Mrs. Loras Stork, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Pudenz and Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Brinker returned Thursday from an eight-day trip through the Black Hills, the Badlands and Yellowstone National Park. Glenda Helm of Lake City Feted At Bridal Shower (Timet Herald New* Service) LAKE CITY — Glenda Holm .j whose marriage to Jerry Ibach of! Bayard, takes place Friday eve -j ning, August 23, was honored i Monday evening at a miscellaneous shower at Woodlawn Christian Church, with Mrs. Everett Boyd, Mrs. Herbert Doty, Mrs. Victor Holm and Mrs. Delbert Walters as hostesses. The gift table was centered with a bride doll. Bouquets of gladioli were also used. For entertainment the guests made a scrapbook depicting the life of the bride- elect. Mrs. Eugene Ibach of Bayard and Patricia Boyd of D e s Moines were out-of-town guests. A tray lunch was served. A. A. Tritxes Note 64th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Tritz of Sioux City, parents of Mrs. A. R. Lafferty of Carroll, celebrated their 64th wedding anniversary Thursday at their home, 1215 Summit Street. They have four sons and three daughters, all of whom were with them. Attending with Mr. and Mrs. Lafferty and daughters, Judy and Linda, of Carroll, were another daughter, Mrs. Roy Struve, and two children of Manning. DENSE POPULATION With an area of less than 11,000 square miles, Haiti is the most densely populated republic in the Western Hemisphere, some 3,500,000 people being crowded into this sun-drenched, mountain- crumpled land. Mrs. Assmann Honored During Her Visit Here Mrs. Orville Baker entertained at a morning bridge and noon luncheon in her home Thursday, honoring Mrs. Francis Assman of Los Angeles. Calif., formerly of Carroll, who is visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eischeid. at Halbur. Contract was played at three tables. Prizes were won by Mrs. R. L. Baumhover. Mrs. Harold Kunze. Mrs. Gene Van Pelt and Mrs. Dale Rickard. Mrs. Baker presented Mrs. Assman with a gift. Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Quinn attended funeral services at Defiance Thursday morning for Mr. Quinn's sister-in-law, Mrs. Tom Quinn, who died Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Stewart and daughter, Justine, of Fairfield will be overnight guests, of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booth and family Friday. They are returning from a two-week vacation at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. William Kanne, daughter, Janet, and son, Billy, came home Thursday from a two- week trip to Florida, where they spent a week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Mercer, and baby son, at Tallahassee. They also visited Mr. Mercer's parents at Marianna for a day, and spent a day each at Jacksonville and St. Augustine. On their return, they visited a nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wieland, and family at Youngstown, O., and a niece, Mrs. Marvin Kline. Mr. Kline and. family, at Freedom, Pa. Teen-Age Dance At Country Club The summer's last dance for j teen-age members of the Carroll' Country Club and guests, will be held at the clubhouse Saturday night, starting at 8:30. Chaperons will be Mr. and Mrs. James Houlihan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wernimont. The USS Constitution was built for the protection of American commerce and to fight the Barbary pirates. 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Adults 60* Children Under 12 Frit? LOVINO YOU uasnH scan • wowai era mm tutm , MUMS m Continuous Show Sunday . . . Doors Open at 1:00 p. in. Added Joy News Cartoon! CARROLL THEATRE Special Show SATURDAY ONLY! Show Starts 7:30 p.m. Box Office Closes 12:30 4 COIOR CARTOONS 4 Features TO START THE SHOW ... Dusk to Dawn Show! Get Up a Party . . . Bring the Family 7:55 p. m. 1st Feature First Show Starts at Dusk MKOTY STORY OF THE ALAMO! 9:55 p. m. 2nd Feature Sterling Anna Maria HAYDEN • ALBERGHETTI Adults 75c Children Under 12 Free 3rd Feature 11:10 "Youth on the Loose" "Hot Rod Girl" Starring LORI NELSON — CHUCK CONNORS Box Office Closes 12:30 a. m.

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