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August 26, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Trecker Reunion 1 Honors Visitors From Two States Mr. and Mrs. Joe Trecker and family of Whippany, N. J., and Mrs. James Walsh and children of Torrance, Calif., were honored at a family reunion at Graham Park Sunday. Mrs. Walsh is the former Kathleen Trecker. Participants were all of Mr. Trecker's and Mrs. Walsh's brothers and sisters and their families, the brothers and sisters including: Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trecker and family, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Les Johnson and family, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, Denison: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dillon and family, Omaha. I and Mrs. Florence Wagner, Car -j roll. * • * I Others in the family group were ! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hacker and, family, Rushmore, Minn.; Mr.: and Mrs. Henry Darveaux and; family, Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eischeid Jr. and family,' Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinners and family. Manning: and] Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Schleisman and family, Lidderdale. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Neltake of Lake Park were weekend guests at the Carl Bauerle home. Mr. Neitzke and Mr. Bauerle are cousins. Teen-Age Dance Series Ends at The Country Club The summer's last teen - age dance for Carroll Country Club members and their guests was held Saturday night at the clubhouse, with approximately 30 attending. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Chaperons were Mr. and Mrs. James Houlihan and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wernimont. Mrs. Steininger's Birthday Noted ' Mr. Joe Steininger's birthday, was celebrated at a picnic dinner! at Graham Park Sunday. She wasj presented with birthday gifts. J In the group were: Mr. and | Mrs. Bill Rettenmaier, daughter,! Kathryn, and son. Al, Cecil Isaacs j and Justin Rile, Fort Dodge; Mr.] and Mrs. Otto Hartl and family,! Templeton; Mr. and Mrs. Korbi Thalhammer and family and Mr. j and Mrs. Henry Hoffman, Ded-: ham; Mrs. John Yung, Danbury; j Frank Steininger and Ruby Frank-1 lin, Boone; Mr. and Mrs. August! Jung, Frances and Thpresa Danz-i er. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Brinker and family and Albert and Fran ces Steininger, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach were weekend visitors at the home of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs.'Don Schwarzenbach and family, in Council Bluffs where they made the acquaintance of their new grandson, Gary Lee, born two weeks ago. While in Council Bluffs they also visited Mr. Schwarzenbach's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and! Mrs. Guy Schwarzenbach. Times Herald, Carre!!, Iowa Monday, Aug. 26, 1957, Mr. and Mrs. Jesse W. Salsbury ; and daughter, Joni, returned Fri- 1 day night from a week's trip to Minnesota, Wisconsin and Canada stopping at Mille Lacs, Minn., International Falls, Fort Frances, Kenora, and Port Arthur, Ont., Canada, down the shore of Lake Superior to Duluth and thence to Prairie du Chien. Wis., and McGregor. They were accompanied by Mrs. Salsbury's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Verle Barth, and son, John, of Greene. Rupiper-Wemimont Banns Announced Banns of the approaching marriage of Shirley Wernimont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wernimont of Carroll, and Glenn William Rupiper, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rupiper of Templeton, were called for the first time Sunday at the St. Lawrence Church, where the wedding will take place Sept. 14. 4 More Days Until LARRY ARRIVES Judy Wieland Honored Twice (Timet Herald Newt S*rv!ee) DEDHAM — Judy Wieland. who is entering St. Rose Convent at LaCrosse, Wis., was honored at two parties Thursday. At noon, a group of girls, who were her classmates, held a picnic dinner at Graham Park in Carroll. Those present were: Linda Mel- sheid, Bernice Sporrer, Linda Stangl, Connie Sue Irlbeck, Doreen Blum], Jo Ann Wiederin, Arlene Terlisner, Mary Lou Bierl, Mildred Schmitz and Mary Ann Hartl. They were chaperoned by Mrs. Ed Bluml and Mrs. Adelbert Irlbeck. Judy was presented with a gift from the group. * * * Thursday evening Mr. and Mrs. Ben Balk entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner in their home, honoring Judy. Guests included Judy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Wieland, and her brothers, Duane, Billie and Jerry. Danny and Andrea Balk, son and daughter of the host and hostess, were also present. Norma Jean \VHls, who spent the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. B. Wills, left Monday for Seattle, Wash., where she teaches drama and speech in Franklin High School. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Prenger and daughters. Sandra and Pamela, have returned to Wichita, Kan., after a week's visit with their mothers, Mrs. Anna Prenger and Mrs. J. E. Gatens. MARRIED IN OMAHA . . . Mary Lou Roth, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Leo William Roth, 1415 Ames Avenue, Omaha, and Lowell M. Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schroeder, 226 South Maple Street, Carroll, were married August 10 In St. Therese Catholic Church, Omaha. Following a trip to Wisconsin, the couple Is living in Omaha. Mr. Schroeder Is employed by the Metropolitan Utilities District and his bride, by Mutual Benefit Insurance. V.F.W. and Auxiliary Hold A Family Picnic A large representation of members of Carroll Post, Veterans of Foreign Wars, the Auxiliary and families attended art annual sunv mer picnic at Mr. and Mrs. John Beyerihk's cottage on the east side of Black Hawk Lake Sunday. A potluck dinner and supper were served. The intervening hours were spent with boating, fishing, swimming and visiting. Personals Mr. and Mra. V. V. Olesen and daughters, Kathleen and Rachelle. _ , came home Sunday from Lake j on~"theiV" returiii home after vaca Social Calendar 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. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Edna Rohwer Back From a Five-Week Western Vocation (Timed H«r»H >'ew» Service) WESTSIDE — Edna Rohwer is home from a five-week vacation trip through the northwest. She accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Rutherford of McMinndelle, Ore., Okoboji. where they spent last week vacationing tioning here. While in Cottonwood, Ore., she visited Mrs. J. J. Rollins and family. In Linden, Wash.. Mr. and Mra. J. W. Harrington sne was 8 8 uest ln tne hot "e of I Mr. and Mrs. George Martin j and son, Bill, of Monona stopped j here to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Reed when returning from a visit with relatives in southern Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Huffman and daughters, Sheryl and Sue Ann. of Des Moines spent tne weekend with Mrs. Huffman's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Bayley. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Daughcrty of Renville, Minn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Daugherty. Dale Daugherty is a nephew of E. J., Dr. and Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran and childr-n, Clara and Joseph, returneJ Saturday night from Jackson, Tenn., where they spent a few days with Dr. Cochran's mother, Mrs. Maggie Kerby, who accompanied them home for an indefinite visit. Mr. and Mrs. Don White, son, Jerry, and daughter, Jan, returned Sunday from a week's vacation at the 4-T guest ranch, Nemo, S. D., where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Neil Parks and children, Steve, Susan and Jack, of Omaha, formerly of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Manning and son. Jeffjjpy, of Rapid City, S. D., formerly of Carroll, were with them part of the time. Mrs. Meyers On Program Of Legion Auxiliary Mrs. J. J. Meyers, guest speaker at the August meeting of the Carroll unit. American Legion Auxiliary, will tell about her recent trip around the world and will show colored movies. Patricia Houlihan will give her report on Hawkeye Girls State which she attended this summer as the auxiliary's representative. The meeting, which will be held Tuesday night, in the Legion hall, will be preceded by a 6:30 potluck dinner. and daughter, Kay, returned to their home at Chicago Sunday night after a weekend visit with Mrs. Harrington's mother, Mrs. Mrs. Ray Holderman and in Sa lem, Ore., in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gray and family. She also visited Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Elizaheth Loew. They came to at- j Rutherford and family of New- tend the wedding of Bonnie Heis-! bur g. Ore. terkamp and Donald Henrich atj Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brande- Breda Saturday morning. Other jburg and family were dinner guests of Mrs. Loew*Sunday were! guests Sunday in the home of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Millett and j and Mrs. Howard Holben and family and Art O'Brien of Des j family of Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Moines. Mrs. .Roland B. Morrison returned Sunday night from Davenport, where she had driven Friday with her daughter, Sheila, who will teach third grade in the Jefferson School. Miss Morrison has an apartment at 125 East Rusholme Street, Davenport. Mrs. Morrison and daughter were accompanied to Ames by Helen Galloway, who is resuming her teaching position in the public schools there after spending the summer with her aunt, Mrs. 0. C. Morrison. 7 Good Reasons to Shop at Waters for Back to School" Ivy League Blouses 75 ,'.'-?. $2.50 What a prodigy! Young shirt with a college education. Ivy- buttoned and pleated, like btg sister's. In the gayest of ginghams. Bright shadow-boxes woven on white. Hanky-washable. Comt lots' of other new Ship V Shorts, from $1.98. Corduroy Boxer Slacks FOR BOYS A GIRLS Tumbl-togs best seller. Fine wale corduroy, fast colors, Sizes 2 to 8. $1.98 BOYS' COTTON KNIT SHIRTS Easy to wash no iron favorite for mothers. Fine durene cotton strengthened with nylon, will not stretch or shrink out of fit. Long sleeve style with collar. Sizes 1 to 8. $1.98 FULL SLIPS Billowy, tiered bouffant slips are always a must item on every girl's back-to-school list. Cool, stay-crisp cotton withstands repeated washings. Young girls' sizes. $1.98 HIGH BULK ORLON CARDIGANS FOR GIRLS Colorfast, soft, easy to wash girls sweaters. Woven with premium 2- ply orlon yarn. Cashmere soft- hand washable, dries in a flash. No blocking. 3 to 6x 7 to 14 $2.98 $3.95 CARTER'S SPANKY PANTS FOR GIRLS Soft, comfortable, dimple- knit cotton in pastelc and rosebuds; smooth cotton knit in pin checks and solid colors. Easy to wash, need no ironing, ruffled legbands. Washfast colors and white, Carter-Set(r)— io won't shrink out of fill PUin WMtt, Ytllow or Pink. ."PRINTS „ 69c 89c Carter's Sundown Sleeper In New Print Adorable little pink and blue lamplighters saying their prayers at bedtime are printed on this warm brushed cotton knit sleeper by Carter's. Colorfast, plasticized nonskid feet, grow room, machine washable, never needs iron* ing. Nevabind sleeves, snap fastners, Carter-Set . . . wont shrink or stretch out of fit. Months to 4 Ytar« $2.98 WATERS 5th St, Dept. Stort Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Huffman left Sunday morning for St. Paul, Minn., where they will make their home during the school year. Mr. Huffman will enter the University ! The Burks are cousins of of Minnesota for his senior year 1 Lawler. On Tuesday, Mr. Larry HJias and son of Persia* were also guests in the Holben home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Burk of Delmar visited last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Lawler. Mr. and Jr. High Group At Church Picnic About 50 members and families of the Junior High Westminster Fellowship of the Carroll Presbyterian Church attended a picnic at Swan Lake State Park Sunday evening in honor of seven junior high members who are advancing into senior high fellowship this faU. The seven guests of honor were David Anneberg, Penny Barels, Ann Thomas, Sharon Ohde, Maxine Hoff. Terry Thompson, and David Haynes. A picnic supper in the shelterhouse was followed by- singing around a bonfire. A short worship service led by Mrs. Guy Raridon, adviser, concluded with the traditional Westminster Fellowship circle. A junior high fellowship retreat will be held at Swan Lake State Park at 4:30 p.m. Sunday, September 1. 84 Attend Reunion of Tegels Family Eighty-four members of the Tegels family, including several from Carroll, attended a five-state reunion of the clan at Lake Park Sunday. Carroll relatives present were Mrs. Mary Underberg, who accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Conway of Omaha, Mrs. Lena Hauser, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pietig and family and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tegels and family, * * * Also from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Tony Miller and family, Breda; Mrs. Clara Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Schrad and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schulte and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Dirkx, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schulte and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Waltter Ratigan, Auburn. Other Iowa cities represented were Estherville and Lake Park. Attending from out of the state were relatives from Detroit, Mich.; Emery, Salem and Mitchell, S. D.; Sauk Center. Osakis, Windom and Amiret, Minn., in addition to Omaha. and a course at the mortuary' Mrs. Lawler and Mr. and Mrs. school. Mrs. Huffman will teach ; Bur l< visited Joe Lawler. a pa- kindergarten in the public school j tienl >n St. Joseph's Hospital at system of North St. Paul. Mr. Huffman has transferred from the University of Iowa to the Univer-' sity of Minnesota. Omaha. Mrs. Hilda Kahl-entertained the Pleasant Hour Club in her home Thursday afternoon. At cards, Mrs. Bertha Doyle received high W. L. Chambers j score and Mrs. Frank Schelldorf, from Perry, j second high. Mrs. Doyle was a Mr. and Mrs returned Sunday where they were called Wednes- 1 guest of Mrs. Kahl. In. two weeks,, day by the illness of Mrs. Cham- \ Mrs. Otto Vetter will entertain in }.P aske y on tne head an d he was Bee Gordon of Scranton Concludes Two-Week Vacation (Times Herald News Service) SCRANTON - Miss Bee Gordon visited last week with the Wendall Gordon family in Iowa City. This week she is visiting the Wayne Huffmans at Lake City. Norman Caskey of Scranton who is employed with the Shriver-Van Horn crew at Marshalltown, was injured by a falling beam last Thursday. The beam struck Mr. hers' ' father, Lloyd Caslow, of Yale, who suffered a series of heart attacks and is seriously ill in the Dallas County Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Chambers and daughter, Linda, were at Vacation Village, West Okoboji, when they received word of Mr. Caslow's illness. her home. .hospitalized from Thursday until Mr. and Mrs. Louis Rickers and' Sundav Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brandenburg returned Friday morning from a three-day fishing trip to Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Sander of Milford called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Massman Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Frank re- j Rex and K Sande wno nad turned Saturday from Keokuk. ; bee „ v , gU| ,„ the Massman where they were called by the ho returned t their home with death of Mr. Franks sister-in-law. ; Mr and Mrs Sanders Mrs. James Frank, who died of a ; , .... . , 4 . , .... cerebral hemorrhage August 15.' Jean Wiebers attended a birth- After attending the funeral rites £ay party Sunday afternoon »n , . „ Saturday, August 17, Mr. and Mrs. 1 hono , r of D ) a " e Ew40 * dt ,n i he , h ° m ^ ' V, " Frank stayed for a week's visit; ?! , Mr - and Mrs - Albert Ewoldt of i Momes Fr,day with members of his family. Pam Carlson and John Poyzer ar representatives of the Scranton MYF at Springbrook camp this week. Reed Ocker and daughter, Jane, of Fort Dodge were Sunday and Monday visitors in the George Ocker home. Alma and Mary Hansen of Storm Lake visited Mrs. Elizabeth Rinehart at Coon Rapids on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Phil Olmstead in Des Legion Post at Westside Sponsors Picnic September 1 (Time* Herald Newt Service) WESTSIDE — The American Legion is sponsoring a picnic supper Sunday, Sept. 1, at the City Park. All Legionnaires and Auxiliary members, their husbands, wives and families are invited to attend. The Legion is furnishing the food for the picnic, which will be at 6 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Peters and sons of Harlan visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin D. Lenz. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Noethe, Mary Ellen, Nancy and Eddie Jr. returned Saturday after spending several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. DeWayne Fowler and family of Norfolk, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roecker of Schleswig and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lansink of Ida Grove were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder. Ray Peters of Kansas City was a supper and evening guest Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoessler. Sunday afternoon guests in the home of Mrs. Hilda Kruse were Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Peters of Vail. | Mr. aiftl Mrs. Roy Parker were Mr. snd Mrs. Rudolph Gottsch.\ dinner guests in the Leroy Heffel- Marlene and Marvin and Mr. and j finger home at Perry Sunday. Mrs. Ed Linde attended a family J The Burl Place family and Mrs. gathering Sunday afternoon at t Dean Oxenford and Patty of Car- Washington Park in Denison. j roll returned home Monday follow- Those attending 1 were Mr. and | ing a week at Clear Lake. Dean Mrs. William Champlin, Mr. and; Oxenford and Denny spent from Mrs. Verrow Miller, Stanley, Glen and Dale, Persia; Mr. and Mrs. James Barney, Logan; ' Mrs. Emma Olerich, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linde and family, Wall Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Overhue, Virgene and Dorene and Mrs. Bertha Overhue, Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Oakly Quartana, Dennis, Jimmy and Bobbie, Milwaukee, Wis.. Mrs. Elmer Cowles. Beverly and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Mike O'Herron, | Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Overhue and David and Sophie Thie, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hinze and Karlene, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Sommer had a picnic dinner Sunday with members of their family at Hoffman Park Sunday. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Preston and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wheeler and sons and Mrs. Emma Schoenboom, Wall Lake; and Mr. and Mrs. "Melvin Sommer and family. The occasion was the birthday anniversary of Susan Sommer. August Wiebers visited Thursday in the home. Of Mr. and Mrs. Denison and Mrs. Emma Hagge of jEarl Wiebers in observance of the Sac City. Mrs. Hagge was joined j by her son and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Hagge, of Ames and accompanied them to Omaha for the wedding of her grandson Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kroeger ! and granddaughters, Rhonda j Kroeger and Mrs. Don Lacy visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Hargens of Atlantic. LuAnn Kroeger returned home from Atlantic after spending the week with the Hargens family. twins, Jean and Joan's birthdays, which were Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Segebart and Mrs. Harry Segebart and LuAnn, Edward Neuman Sr. and Ed- Ward Neuman Jr., attended the Neuman family reunion at the Union Park in Denison Sunday. EX-IOWAN ADVANCED NEW YORK Iff) - Joseph H. Ream, a native of Bedford, Iowa, has been appointed vice president, in charge of, the Columbia Broad-' casting" System office In "Washing- More than two-thirds pi the pop-1 ton, p.C„ It was announced Sun- ulation of Rhode Island lives with-j day. He succeeds the late Ralph in Greater Providence. i W. Hardy. Thursday on with them Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Tasler and Marty of Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Markley and two sons of Torrance, Calif., were visitors in the Joe Pleshek home from Friday until Sunday. Mrs. Wendell Prior visited from Thursday until Sunday in the L. S. Prior home at Rutland. Mr. Prior joined her Sunday. Guests in the Allie Shaffer home the past week included: Mrs. A. N. Hanks and daughter, and Mrs. Roberta McCasslin and Karen Sue and Judy of Amarillo, Tex. Mrs. Shaffer and her guests went to North Bend, Neb.. Wednesday and Thursday where they attended the Dodge County Old Settler's *Picnic. Mrs. Hanks and her family left for their home Monday. •* Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Bergman and family attended a birthday celebration for his mother's 88th birthday at the Mrs. Joe Rogers home in Burnside Sunday. Lloyd Blackley returned from the Greene County hospital Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Gibson left Sunday for a week's vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Soini at Bad Axe, Mich. Family Gathering ' At Roselle Honors Mrs. Ann Naberhaus A family gathering Sunday afternoon and evening in the Roselle hall honored Mrs. Ann Naberhaus. A noon dinner opened the event. Attending were: Mrs. Naberhaus, daughter, Mary Ann, and son, Leo Naberhaus, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Naberhaus, daughter, Maureen, and son, Dickie Joe, and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lappe and son, Leo, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pudenz, daughters. Marita and Patsy and sons, Melvin, Ralph and Ronald, Fonda; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Naberhaus and sons, Bobby and Gary and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Naberhaus and son, Tony, Indianola; Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus and daughters. Rose Ann and Mary Jane, Guthrie Center; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Brueggen and sons, John and Andy, Okarche, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Naberhaus and children, Karen, Shirley, Dennis, LaVonne, Jean, Eileen and Leon. Halbur; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Rothmeyer and children, Betty, Rose, Barbara. Dickie, Margaret, Marilyn, Ruth, Ronald, Donna and John. A purse was presented by the group to Mr. and Mrs. Brueggen of Okarche on their 19th wedding anniversary. 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