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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, August 24, 1957
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Two Parties Compliment Miss Badding R o s e 1 y n Badding, September bride-elect, has been honored at two parties in the last few days. Miss Badding, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Badding of Arcadia, and Lon Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers, Arcadia, will take their vows Saturday morning, September 7, in St. John's Church at Arcadia. * * * Donna Ramaekers, Kay Fleskes and Margie Rupiper complimented Miss Badding at a shower in Miss Ramaekers' home Thursday evening. Games were played and lunch was served. A corsage was presented to the bride-elect. Her gifts were placed on a table over which hung a sprinkling can decorated in purple, gold and Kelly green, the colors of the bride-elect. Streamers in the same colors c'om- pleted the arrangement. Concluding the evening, Miss Badding opened her gifts. Guests were Miss Badding's associate employes in the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company office: Janice Engelen, Joyce Engelen, Louise Bowler, Janet Schoenjahn, Beverly "Ratten, Janice Rutten, Janet Schenkelberg, Mary Jane Tigges, Connie Laurinat and Marilyn Boulware. * * • Miss Badding was feted at a surprise slumber party in her apartment Wednesday night. A cake made by Charlene Riesberg and decorated with silver dollars was presented to Miss Bad ding as a gift from the group which included Miss Riesberg, Lois Otto, Joyce Borkowski, Margie Rupiper, Donna Ramaekers, Kay Fleskes, Bonnie Knobbe, Janice Kennebeck, Wilma Friedman, Mary Jane Tigges and Bonnie Schroeder, all of Carroll. Personal Paragraph Miss Helen Galloway, who spent the summer vacation with her aunt, Mrs. 0. C. Morrison, returned Friday to Ames, where she teaches in the public school system. Week's Sewing Buy Printed Pattern Beta Sigma Phi Has Social Meet The August social meeting of Epsilon Chi Chapter, Beta Sigma Sorority, was in the form of a morning coffee Wednesday at Mrs. Glenn Lockhart's home. Mrs. Wilber Walkup was Mrs. Lock hart's co-hostess. The group planned the year's calendar. * * * The first fall meeting will be Tuesday night, Sept. 3, at Mrs. Roger Campbell's home. Flower Show At Lake City * September 14-15 (Time. Herald Xexn Service! LAKE CITY - "Gather Seed- Pods While You May" was the topic discussed by Mrs. John Ross at a meeting of the Lake City Garden Club Thursday morning at the home of Mrs. Julia Buttrick. Roll call concerned the drying of grasses, seed -pods and other sirrv Oar materials. Mrs. Clarence Clark conducted the business meeting at which the coming flower show, Sept. 14-15, Awas discussed. Guests were Mrs. Harold Johnson, Mrs. Harold DeSart, Mrs. James Hickins, Mrs. Ed Miller and Mrs. Walter Johnson. Preceding the meeting, coffee and doughnuts were served. —hbeei Teen's! Sew thU sweet-and-slmple i umper-a'nd-blouse for back to chool. Jumper has no waist seams —beginners can whip up this Printed Pattern easily. By Itself, Jumper Is a date dress. Printed Pattern 9269: Teen Sizes 10, 12, 14. 16. Size 12 Jumper lVs yards 54-Inch; blouse 1 yard. Jiffy- cut in one piece! Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send Thirty-five cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for lst-class mailing. Send to Marian Martih. care of Daily Times Herald, Pattern Dept., 232 West 18th St., New York 11, N. Y. Print plainly NAME, ADDRESS, with ZONE, SIZE and STTXE NUMBER. Bill Burns of Sioux Falls, S. D., visited in the Leo Burns and Louis E. Anderson homes Thursday,^ leaving Friday for Des Moines to attend the state fair. He is a cousin of the Burns families. Mr. and Mrs. Will Elscheld are returning Saturday from Defiance, their former home, where they have been visiting friends since Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burke and children, Cheryl and David, of Lubbock, Tex., flew here in their plane Friday to v^sit until Monday with Mrs. Burke's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Baumhover. and grandmother, Mrs. R. C. P. Berger. They will be accompanied back by their son, Jon Burke, who has >n-4iere—for two and one-half weeks. Chicken supper, Sacred Heart parish, Templeton, Sunday, Sept. 15. Adv. Georgia Kitt went to Des Moines Friday for a weekend visit with Mr. and Mrs. Leo McGowan and family, formerly of Carroll. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kitt, and their son, Rollie. will attend the Iowa State Fair Sunday and she will return home with them in the evening. Kathleen Daniel returned Friday after spending 10 days in the Donald Schwarzenbach home at Council Bluffs. She also spent a day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E. McDermott in Omaha. Miss Daniel re- : turned home with the McDermotts who spent Friday evening with Mrs. McDermott's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennebeck. Mrs. McDermott and Mrs. Schwarzenbach are aunts of Miss Daniel, who is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Daniel of Lidderdale. James Neil, airman apprentice, arrived' home Saturday morning from Great Lakes, 111,, where he completed boot training. Following a two-week leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Neil, and family, he will report at Norman, Okla. Mr. and Mrs. John Juergens returned Friday night from a 10-day trip to Minnesota and Canada. They visited their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Adair Spear and children of Stanwood who were vacationing at Bralnerd, Minn., after which they traveled to Sioux Narrows and Port Arthur, Ont., Canada, and thence down 'tiie coast of Lake Superior to Duluth. On their return journey they stopped overnight with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. John Juergens Jr. and family at West Union. Donald G. Sapp Named for Honor At- Air Force Base Airman 1-c Donald G. Sapp, son of Mrs. Albert Sapp of Carroll, was recently selected as one of t h e outstanding personnel of Whiteman Air Force Base, Mo., home of the 340th Bombardment Wing. Airman Sapp is assigned to the 340th Food Service Squadron and was selected as one of the outstanding Airmen of the Month of his squadron for July. The board of judges made their selection based on such factors as individual effort, outstanding performance of duty, loyalty to unit, ac­ ceptance'of responsibility, adherence to the customs of the service, personal appearance and off duty conduct. Airman Sapp attended the Carroll Public High School in Carroll, la., and enlisted in the United States Air Force June 24, 1952. NOW SHOWING . , "The Las* Command" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Sun. - Mon. -Tues. Perry Knowlton, who has been working this summer in the U. S. government forestry service near Grangeville, Ida., will return home Sunday. His work has included forest fire duty and preparing forest areas for park use. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Perry C. Knowlton, will meet him in Omaha Sunday morning. John Reinhart, who has been serving as chief examiner for the Northwest Bancorporation at Denison this week, left for his home in Minneapolis, Minn., Saturday morning. He was accompanied by his mother and sister, Mrs. Lillian Reinhart and Maxine Reinhart, who will spend the coming week with Mr. and Mrs. Reinhart and family. Lurerne M. Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Hoffman, was one of eight boys from the Carroll area who returned home Saturday on two weeks leave from Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois, where he has completed boot training. He will return to Great Lakes at the end of his leave to enter an engine school. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Colllson, sons, Tom,. Paul and Steve, and daughter, Judy, returned Friday night from a two-week trip to Longview, Wash., where they visited Mrs. Collison's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wygant, and family. En route west, they went to Glacier National Park and Grand Coulee Dam. After leaving Longview, they called on Mr. and Mrs. Henry Walz. formerly of Carroll, at their home in Vancouver, Wash. Their return trip included overnight stops in Salt Lake City, where they toured Temple Square, and Denver. Loren B. Renze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Renze. arrived Saturday morning from Great Lakes Naval Training Station, Illinois, where he has been in boot training since June IS, to spend a 14-day leave at home before going to Norman, Okla., where he will enter an electrical training school. ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) "Restless Breed" "Crashing Las Vegas' Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bottolfson and children, Bruce and Becky, returned Friday night from a few days' trip to Kansas City, Mo., | where they visited the zoo, attend- j ed a ball game and the outdoor I theater. On the way home, they ' stopped at the State Fair in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Settle and children, Pamela. Debra and Diane, came home Friday night from a week's vacation, which they spent with Mrs. Settle's relatives at Corwith and Mr. Settle's relatives at Strawberry Point. They also went to Backbone State Park. SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION' Sun. • Mon. - Tues. TECHNICOLOR* ONHMASCOP£ Open 7:00 p. m. Adults 60c Children Under 12 ELVIS PRESLEY In his new and ' actionful musical triumph!. "AN ALU-OUT SENSATION" T»«=hnl©ol©r LIZABETH WENDELL SCOTT • COREY Continuous Show Sunday . , . Doors n ot 1 p. ni. Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Anderson attended the wedding of Kathleen Moylan, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Arthur J. Moylan of Bayard, and Thomas Ferguson of Adrian, Mich., at the Catholic Church in Bayard at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. The bride is a cousin of Mr. Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. 0. R. Andrews are back from a week's trip to Illinois, which they took with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Andrews of Storm Lake. They visited the 0. K. Andrews' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs, Max Schumacher, who moved to Arlington Heights from Cleveland, Ohio, this summer, following his transfer to the home office of the All State Insurance Company at Skokie. They were entertained in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schumacher Jr. at Niles, 111. They also visited Arthur Schumacher Sr. in Chicago. On the way to Illinois, they stopped at Cedar Falls to see Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pierce, formerly of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Andrews , who returned home Wednesday night, spent Thursday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Andrews, in Spencer, also stopping at the Wayne Andrews borne in Storm Lak*. Times Herald, Carroll, lew! Saturday, Aug. 24, 1957 CAROL GROSS TO WED . . . Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gross of Hayfield, Minn., formerly of Carroll, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol, to Francis Langenfeld, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Langenfeld of Hastings, Minn. The wedding will take place October 12 at Sacred Heart Church in Hayfield. Family from Ohio Returns Home After Visiting in Westside (Time* Herald News Servle.) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Raymond Nell and daughter, Susan, of Medina, 0., arrived Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Terrell. Kathy Nell, who spent the summer in the Terrell home, returned with her mother and sister, Tuesday, when they left for their Ohio home. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Youmans were Mr. and Mrs. E. Scott Youman of Chicago. They were en route home after an 8,500-mile trip through the western and northwestern states. Mr. and Mrs. Sears Poleske and Anita and Lee attended a picnic Sunday at Swan Lake with Mr. and Mrs. John Bock and La June of Carroll, Lois Bock ->f Omaha, Roger Smith of Wahoo, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bock and family of Beatrice, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. B. E: Von Glon and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank and family, Dr. and Mrs. K. A.. Doyle and children, Mrs. Bertha Doyle, Mrs. Agnes Frank. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Terrell and family, Kathy Nell, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Freese and family, joined by Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese of Lake View and Mr. and Mrs. John Rix of Arcadia, had a Sunday school picnic at Graham park in Carroll Sunday afternoon. Mrs. George Maynard returned Monday evening after attending the funeral of D. H. Ballenbach of Loyal, Okla. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Paul Johnson and Adrian of Herron Lake, Minn., and Mrs. Smith of Bingham Lake, Minn. The funeral service was held Saturday. En route home, they visited at Eldorado, Kan., with Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Willis. Mrs. Willis is the former Enid Maynard, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Maynard of Fowler, Kan., who are frequent visitors in the vicinity. „ Saturday Arthur Pahl, accompanied by Franz Lohrman of Manning, George Segebart and Glen Segebart of Deloit and Ray Peters of Kansas City, Mo., left for Kennan, Wis., to visit in the home of Harry Pahl. Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wiebers and children, Robert and Kay, returned Monday after a two-week vacation trip through the eastern New 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. Bonnie Heisterkamp Is Donald Henrich's Bride The wedding of Bonnie Heisterkamp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Heisterkamp of Breda, and Donald Henrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henrich of Carroll, took place in a 10 o'clock ceremony Saturday morning, August 24, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. The bride was given in marriage by her father at the double ring service, with the Rev. J. P. Hausmann officiating. Two matching altar arrangements of fanned gladioli and carnations were in the bridal colors. • * * Attending the bride were her sister, Shirley Heisterkamp, maid of honor; Donna Schwabe, classmate of the bride, and Marilyn Bengfort, friend of the couple, bridesmaids; Jayne Heisterkamp, sister of the bride, and Gayle Oc- England states and Canada. Included in their itinerary were Niagara Falls, from both the Canadian and American sides; Buffalo, N. Y.; Boston and New York City. They visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Underwood of EaM Hampton, Mass. Mrs. Underwood is the former Anna Schel- dorf of Westside. They visited Washington, D. C. and also in Arlington, Va., in the homes of ; Mr. and Mrs. Louie Disselhorst ] and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Dissel, horst, also former Westside residents. En route home they went through Tennessee, Kentucky and Smokey Mountains. Mrs. Ralph Bilsten Jr. entertained 18 guests Sunday afternoon as a courtesy for Sharon Bilsten, who will be married August 26. The shower was arranged by Mrs. Bilsten. The bridal table was decorated with white gladioli and white tapers and centered with a miniature bride and groom. Mrs. Paul Campbell presided at the silver service. Mr. and Mrs. Reed Dohse attended a farewell party Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Jeschke of Denison, in honor of Darlen Jeschke, who has secured a position in Washington, D. C. Other guests were Ronald Schneller, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schneller and Bob, Deloit; Dorothy Stegeman, Schleswig; Mr. and Mrs. Loel Kock and family, Boyer; and Mr. and Mrs. John Finneran and family, Denison. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rosberg and family of Altoona visited Tuesday and Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sears Po­ leske. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Von Glan and sons, Craig, Kendall and Kim, spent Wednesday in Omaha. Just One Piece Slippers that GROW—to tit your child's feet! Each me adjusts with snaps, to the next two sizes. Sott, comfy! Easy to make-—it's one' piece! Pattern 7184; sizes small 4, 8, 6; medium 7, 8, 9; large, 10, 11, 12; transfer, directions. Send Thirty-five 'cents (coins) for this pattern—add 5, cents tor each pattern for Ist-glass maHlne. Send lo Dally Times Herald, 235 Household Arts Dept., P.O. Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York U, N. V. Print plaint Name. Ad. dress, Zone, Pattern ,Number, SUe. 'A bonus for our readers two FREE patterns, printed In - • KMdleotfaft . . „ variety ot fl to order—crochet, knitting, im for 1957! Plug a varety of designs to order—crochet, krtlttlng, f im- Qthert. Send 36 cents for your cony or una neediecralt book-Wi Shirley Kramer Feted at Party in Jack Fogerty Home (Times Newt Service) CARNARVON - A miscellaneous shower in the Jack Fogerty home here Thursday afternoon honored Shirley Kramer of Lidderdale, who will marry Dale Fogerty Aug. 31. The bride - elect was presented with gifts which were unwrapped by the time of a clock. Thirty-five, guests attended. The colors of green and white were carried out. Lunch was served. Mrs. Clarence Menke and children of Laufens were dinner guests in the Jack Fogerty home Thursday. Dean and Jane Fogerty returned home with them after spending the past week there. Mr. and Mrs. Reiner Janssen and Mrs. Tena Jansen of Carnarvon and Mr. and Mrs. Claus Peters of Sac City spent the weekend with relatives in Clark, S. D. Mrs. Ferd Obman entertained the Afternoon Pinochle Club in her home Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Lee Feero and sons returned home Friday from their month's vacation In Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huisenga and daughter, Vickie, and niece, Cheryl Luft, of Gardena, Calif., and Mrs. Ruby Coyne of Lake View were dinner guests In the Reiner Janssen home Thursday night. Mr, and Mrs. Ray Huisenga and daughters of Lake View and Miss Poen of Colorado . Springs, Colo., called in the William Tiefenthaler home Sunday forenoon and visited other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Thorpe spent Sunday afternoon in the Darrell Borron home in Storm Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Buelt attended a paBt masters dinner In Storm Lake Sunday, Mrs. K. Juergens Heads Republican Women's County Unit (Timet R«ral4 Newt Itrvte.) . SCRANTON — Mrs. Kenneth Juergens of Scranton was elected president of the Greene County council of Republican Women at a meeting in Jefferson. Mrs, R. A. Neary, also of Scranton, will serve as secretaty'treasurer of the organization. ken, friend of the couple, junior bridesmaids. Mary Kay Determan, friend of the couple, was flower girl. Bob Henrich was his brother's best man. Dick Renze, friend of the couple, and Howard Heisterkamp, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Kenneth Heisterkamp, brother of the bride, and Norbert Muhlbauer, cousin of the bridegroom, ushered. * * * Sr. M. Naomi, organist, played "Wedding March" by Kreckel as the processional. St. Bernard's i Choir sang "St. Michael's Mass" by Eder and "Ave Maria" by Boti tazzo at the offertory. "Maiden | Mother" by Haller was sung dur- ; ing the bride's presentation of an ! arm bouquet of white carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. The bride wore a gown of imported Chantilly lace and tulle over Vienna satin. The high sabri- na neckline was enriched by em- j broidered sequins and a bias band and bow, to give a directoire effect, A handkerchief effect of Chantilly lace cascaded over tiers of nylon tulle and continued into a chapel sweep. A high open crown, encrusted with seed pearls and iridescents, held in place the bride's hand-rolled fingertip silk | illusion veil. Her Victorian cas- ; cade - styled bouquet of stephano- ! tis was entwined with English ivy j from a centered detachable lav- 1 ender orchid, with sunbursts of stephanotis and knotted satin showers. The maid of honor, bridesmaids, junior bridesmaids and flower girl wore identically styled gowns in jewel tones of Nile green, turquoise, shrimp, sunflower and lavender, respectively. The tiny sleeves and scoop necks were ! formed "by wide bands of deeper i self-tone. The vertical panels of • the princess line ballerina-length \ skirts were also of darker taffeta. | They wore small picture hats of I embroidered horsehair and taffeta ! trim to match their color tones. Matching sling pumps and net ' mitts completed the attendants' at- 1 tire. * * * The maid of honor and bridesmaids carried semi-crescent designed bouquets of carnations, ac- i cented with croton leaves, each ! bouquet matching each respective gown. The junior bridesmaids' ! companion bouquets of carnations j matched their costumes. The flow- I er girl carried a miniature semi' crescent bouquet of carnations of the same shade as her dress. The bride's mother was attired in a champagne satin-back faille sheath dress, topped with a tiny jacket. Her accessories were dark brown. The bridegroom's mother chose a plum crepe dress with rhinestone trim, short jacket and black accessories. Each had a corsage of lavender orchids. Mrs. Elizabeth Loew and Mrs. Pauline Schrad, grandmothers of the bridegroom, wore navy dresses with black accessories. Their corsages were oink carnations. * * * Members of the bridal party and the immediate families were entertained at a 12 o'clock dinner in the American Legion hall at Breda. Approximately 250 guests attended a reception there from 2 to "5 o'clock. Dinner was served by Mary Lou Henrich, Maxine Maun and lone Boeckman.. * * * i Reception hostesses were Mrs. Ray Tiefenthaler, Mrs. Art Tiefenthaler, Mrs. Lester Quinlin and Mrs. Mike Reiff. The serving table was decorated with floral arrangements, streamers in the bride's colors and the wedding cake. At the silver coffee service was Mrs. Everett Ocken. The bride's four-tiered cake was placed on wreathed "tipped huckleberry, with twisted white candles at either side. The cake was cut and served by Mrs. Melvin peterman. Attending the guest book was Connie Bohnenkamp of Iowa City, friend of the couple. M y r n a Schulte, Vangie Hoye and Noreene Gard were in charge of the gift table. The bridal dinner, given by the bride's parents in their home, was held at 6 o'clock Friday evening. The bride and groom presented gifts to the members of the bridal party at the dinner, which was followed by the wedding rehearsal, * * * Mr. and Mrs. Henrich will take a week 'B trip in midwestern states. For her going-away cos* tume, the bride selected a black eyelet dress with princess lines extending into a full skirt. Her accessories are black and white. After September 1, the couple will live at 122 North Yale, Ver' million, S. D. The bride, a graduate of St. Bernard's High School, Breda, and St. Anthony School of Nursing, Carroll, has been a staff nurse at the hospital. The bridegroom, who was graduated from Carroll High School, is a student at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Moose Lodge Gives Picnic For Chi Id ren The Loyal Order of Moose Lodge No. 273 gave an annual picnic for children of members Wednesday evening at the Southside, Park. Approximately 125 children and their parents attended. Races were held and prizes were won by Kathleen Korwes, Mary Susan Stitz, Janet Mayer, Kenneth Mayer, Darrell Mayer and Ronald Mayer. Two $5 gift certificates were presented to Virgina Whitten and Ronald Mayer. * * * A special race for members of the Moose Lodge was won by LaVerne Feld, who received a prize of three months' dues. Free hot dogs, potato chips, pop and ice cream were served to all attending the picnic. Two Couples from Westside Are on a Minnesota Vacation (Times Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brandenburg and Mr. and Louie Rickers are vacationing in Minnesota. They have spent some time at New London, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Rowedder and Irene visited Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stuhr of Arcadia. Other guests in i the Stuhr home were Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wagner of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Rowedder and family of Manilla. Tuesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rowedder, Diane and Patsy, and Mr. and Mrs. John Brockman visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bruggeman and family of Manilla, in observance of Nancy Bruggeman's 14th birthday. Diane and Patsy remained in the Bruggeman home for a longer visit. Wednesday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Agnes. Frank were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schroeder, Clarice and Robert of Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell H. Bauer, Beverly, Arlys and Carlene of Burlington, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank, Gerald, Loa Dawn and Dianne. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. James Dixon, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Dixon and family, attended a picnic Sunday at Arion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Andressen. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dixon and Cindy of Nemaha, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Boger, Monica and Clinton of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Kenney and Dale of Odebolt, and Loretta Boger of Denison. Following the picnic dinner, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Andressen of Schleswig joined the group. Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias visited Wednesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hageman of Ricketts. Sue Trexel of Sioux City who is visiting in the Elias home accompanied her grandparents to Ricketts. Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Meyers entertained guests Monday evening at their home, in observance of their son. Clack's first birthday. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Meyers and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Nammy of Denison, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Christiansen and family of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Massman and Michael and their guest, Steven Ertz of Schleswig, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyers. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones and Brent of Osceola visited over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Nulle. Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kock and family were Mrs. Carolyn Maak, Marcella and Wayne of Westside, and Joyce Alyward' of Omaha. Kenneth Kock of the U. S. Army returned Saturday to his home after spending the last 21 months in the service. He was in Japan the past eight months- Mrs. Leonard Beckman arranged a small party for her son, Allen, on his fifth birthday, Thursday afternoon. Guests were Randy, Tommy and Ricky Brockman, Donna Rae and John Petersen, and Marjean and Keith Kaspersen. Additional evening visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Kaspersen and family. Mrs. William Kock entered the St. Anthony Hospital at Carroll Wednesday. She sustained a broken arm and other injuries in a fall on the stairsteps of her home Friday. Mrs. Bertha Doyle entertained members, of the I Delta Dek Club in her home Wednesday afternoon. At cards, Mrs. Emma Campbell received high and Mrs. Doyle, second high prize. Guests were Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Hilda Kahl and Hilda Rickers. In two weeks, Mrs. Mary Wilken will entertain. All Day Session of PWO Board Fifteen members of the executive board of the Presbyterian Women's Organization met for an all - day session Friday at Mrs. Paul Anneberg's home. The meeting opened at 10 a.m. with prayer by Mrs. G. Edwin Robb.who also conducted tne devotional service which she based on "Pilgrim's Progress." Mrs. Robert Sorensen, Presby- terial secretary, reported on the Iowa Synodical meeting at Ames in July. Throughout her report she quoted from a talk given by the Rev. Silvas G. Kessler of Hastings, Neb. * * * Mrs. Sorensen announced that the fall rally of the Fort Dodge Presbyterial will be in Jefferson, Sept. 27. She said that Rosa Paige Welch, a Negress, will be guest vocalist. Mrs. Anneberg displayed Presbyterian literature and recommended that members be faithful in reading "Presbyterian Life" and "Outreach" magazines. * * * A buffet luncheon was served at noon. On the table were brilliantly decorated enameled roosters which Mrs. Anneberg had brought home from Stockholm, Sweden, this summer. They were placed on a handwoven table runner which Mrs. Anneberg had bought in Norway. The business meeting, which opened at 1:30, was conducted by Mrs. Anneberg, chairman. Announced were a United Nations luncheon and guest day Oct. 16 and a reception for public school teachers in the church undercroft Sunday, Sept. 22. The circles of the organization will start their fall meetings Wednesday, Sept. 4. Dick Kerper, who has completed boot training at Great Lakes, 111., arrived Saturday morning to spend two weeks with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Kerper, and family before reporting at Corpus Chrlsti, Tex, Mrs. Otto Zobel Of New Jersey Visits Her Mother (Timet Her.Id Newt Sen-Ice) WALL LAKE — Mrs. Otto Zobel of Morristown, N. J., arrived for a two-week visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. Mary Staab. Dr. and Mrs. Frederick Staab and three children of Iowa City spent a few days in the home of Mrs. Staab. Mary Rose and Mike Downey of Des Moines spent last week in the , Leo Downey home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Foster of Fort Dodge spent Saturday with Mrs. Edna Wicker. Mrs. Frank Tiefenthaler entertained the Rook Club and Mrs. Floyd Cook Wednesday afternoon at a farewell party for Mrs. Gertrude Thies, who moved to Whittemore Aug. 21. Prizes were won by Mrs. Tiefenthaler, Mabel Lange and Mrs. Cook. Refreshments were served before Mrs. Thies was presented with a gift from the group. Mrs. Cook joined the club at this meeting. Mrs. J. W. Herrig entertained Mrs. E. E. Krouch and Mrs. Orville Herrig and children of Lake View. Mrs. Chris Krouch of Miami, Fla., Mrs. Ben Good and children of Kansas City, Mo., and Mrs. J. L. Mack at a dessert- luncheon Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Louise Schultz attended the Schultz family picnic at the Odebolt park Sunday. There were about 78 present. Ferd and Emma Gosch of Sioux City were weekend guests in the William Wincell home. Additional Saturday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louie Gosch and family of Sioux City. The Erickson family reunion was held Sunday at the Otto Nomsen home. Those present besides Mr. and Mrs. Nomsen were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindquist and family, Oelwein; Mrs. Beulah Chapman and family, Rockwell City; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schnell and family and Roger Gard, Ruthven; Mr. and Mrs. Norman Anderson and family, Harcourt; Loretta Snyder and August Werkmeister, Odebolt; Albert Erickson, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bahr, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Erickson and family and Mrs. Orville Erickson and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Frank and family of Carnarvon, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Lindstrom and daughter of Odebolt and Mr, and Mrs. Henry Bielema and family were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Martin Bielema home. Larry left for California by plane Aug. 21 and from there will go to Hawaii. Ronnie Wessling. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Wessling of Route 1, Carroll, is at home on leave from the Great Lakes Naval Training Station, 111., where he. has completed boot training. He arrived here Saturday morning and will be home for about 12 days after which he will go to the Naval Air Station at Corpus Chrlsti, Tex., to await assignment'to a specialist scHool, BE SURE YOUR SET IS IN OOOD SHAPE — DON'T MISS THE WORLD SERIES CALL US NOWI Is Your Antenna Ready for Winter? This ad is good for free antenna inspection for the balance of this month. ALL CHANNEL ANTENNAS $9.95 » $34.95 Ue Todd TV fir Radio Service 627 N, Main - Pit! 9949

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