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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 28, 1957
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Lois Feld Is Given a ~ ' Farewell Party Vivian Sundermann gave a surprise, farewell party at her home Tuesday flight for Lois Feld. who isjesving Thursday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Feld, to live in St. Louis, Mo. Guests were neighborhood girls, DeLynne and Pat Morris, Carleen Hinze and Kathy Beeman. Also participating were Vivian's brother, Lowell, and sisters, Carol and Janet Sundermann. * # * Roselyn Wessling and Leo Seidl Take Vows The wedding of Roselyn Wessling of Coon Rapids and Leo J. Seidl of Dedham took place at 8:30 Wednesday morning, August 28. in St. Joseph's Church at Dedham, with the Rev. G. D. Barry officiating. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling, Coon Rapids. Route 3, was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Vera Seidl The evening was spent with j of Dedham and the late Henry dancing and games. Refreshments were served by Vivian's mother, Mrs. Arno Sundermann. The group presented Lois with a parting gift. Seidl. Matching bouquets of white close friend of the bride, Brides- j$maids were Darlene Wessling, sister of the bride, and Betty Lou Rupiper, cousin of the bride. Men of the'Wedding party were Ronald Roderick, cousin of .the bridegroom,) best man, and Denis and Louis Wessling, cousins of the bride, groomsmen and ushers. * * * . The bride's gown of ChantiUy lace and tulle over satin was fashioned with an island neckline and shirred bodice embroidered with tiny seed pearls and iridescents. An overlay of edged lace gave an 4 Times Herald, Carroll, low* Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1957 He's a Big Boy Mrs. Bernard Wells for Daughter Jennifer Mrs. Bernard Wells gave a party gladioli ana; pink carnations with! 8P™». effect to the floor-length bowed blue satin, carrying out the \ ^ted skirt and continued into a chapel sweep. A half-hat of crys tal pleating over sprays of lilies- of-the-valley held the bride's cir, cular silk illusion veil Her full rL ! e . tte V,, 0 . rga « I cascade bouquet of feathered bridal colors, decorated the altar for the double ring ceremony * * * . i Sr. M. Theresette, Orgai , cascaae oouquei oi leauieret: Gives Birthday Party j played "Wedding March by Bar-; whit e sim carna'tions was center onchelli as the processional and ^ witn a detachable red rose cor- "Recessional" by Amil Bosi, with sag6t casca ded with knotted satin chimes during the march. The, sno wers. U , „ ,„ . E AVI « J choil L,sang the "Mass in Honor of j Tne attendants were identically at her home from 2:30 to 5 0 clock the Blessed Virgin." "0. Sanctis- gowned ,„ bhie and pmk nylon Monday afternoon for her daugh -j sima " by Welse at the offertory j Mt> JacUels trimmed in scalloped let. Jennifer Lyn, who celebrated, and «i L<j ve Thee. 0 Mary" by; lace covered the decollete shirred her second birthday. jPaderborn as the bride placed an; bodices Tne deeply rurne d skirts Guests were Jejinifer Lyn's arm bouquet of white carnations,; were trimmed with tiny velvet grandmothers, Mrs! "Fred Wells; tied with Madonna blue satin. onj bows The three wore tiaras of an d Mrs. Kenneth K.Holley. three the Blessed Virgin's altar (braided horsehair entwined with aunts. Mrs. Robert Kloser. and! Maid of honor was Evelyn Kitt.; ropes o{ seed pear i s children, Mary Beth and Philip! John. Mrs. Elmer Wille a n d! the group was Jennifer Lyn's sis- daughter, Lynne Marie, and Mrs. Francis Wells and son, Bobby Jo; Mrs. Ray Berger and son, Ray Jr., Mrs. Bill Hutchins and daughter, Jan Marie, and Mrs. Art Reinart and daughter, Geri Ann. Also in ENDS TONIGHT (Wednesday) Two Gun Lady" & "Paris Follies" BUCK NITE CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE Thurs. - Fri. - Sat. ter, Maureen Ann. * * * an Farewell for Mrs. Hazelbaker And Daughter Mrs. Paul Hazelbaker and daughter, Ruth Ann, who are moving to Fort Dodge about September 1, were honored tl a coffee given by the Worrf&n's Society of Christian Service and Sttftday School in the dining roo$n of the new First Methodist Church Tuesday after' noon. Ruth-Clements of New York City was an out-of-town guest in the group of approximately 60. * * * Mrs. Rex Hinson, mistress of ceremonies, read a poem "and Wllma Mohler gave Mrs. Hazelbaker an original poem which she had arranged in booklet form. The group presented gifts to Mrs. Hazelbaker and Ruth Ann. Mrs. Ivan C. Bys was at the coffee service of the lace-covered table. The centerpiece was a bouquet of fall flowers with roses predominating. Boy'» slie-2 clothes fit this doll After Jennifer Lyn had opened; showers. The bridesmaids' comber gifts, the children played on; panion-stvled bouquets were of the swing set in the yard and had j ice-blue carnations, their pictures taken. j * * * Lunch was served In the home. In the center of the table was a pink angelfood cake with white trim, topped with two pink doll candles which Jennifer Lyn blew out. Ice cream and white cup cakes trimmed in pink were served to the children. Favors for the boys were little trucks and for the girls, hair clips. The maid of honor carried informal cascading bouquet of I that*" is *32~ inches" "Kifch.* You "vh'i pink Sim carnations with accents I J'" d .£i^ !&,ft 8k 5 ;,H\PL ft £ n } at S , . . i. » • j . .» j ' ror the lucky child—ana the nit or of fancy leaf ivy and knotted \ the bazaar, too! Pattern 7175: Pattern for doll only. Use flesh-colored fabric for body, straw yarn for hair. Send Thirty-five cent* (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for P„, u._ J 01 ,„L ( „_.„ i each pattern for ist-class mailing. For her daughter s wedding,, Sen d to. Dally Times Herald, 2ib iold Arts Dept.. P.O. • Box 168, Old Chelsea Station, New York Program Presented at Legion Auxiliary Meet Mrs. J. J. Meyers and Patricia count of her recent trip around Houlihan appeared on the pro- the world and showed colored mo- gram at the August meeting of the vies. Patricia Houlihan, the unit's Carroll unit, American Legion representative at Hawkeye. Girls Auxiliary, in the Legion hall Tuesday night. Mrs. Meyers gave an hour's ac- JAMES . AUD1E STEWART MURPHY TUm McCalne brothers... whatollewcd M M I UF* of &»• loaded gun I Leaving town — rummage sale —Friday, Aug. 30, 9 a.m. to 9 pjri. in basement of my home at 521 18th Place. Basement entrance rear. Children's, men's and women's clothing, curtains, bedspreads, toys, misc. Items. M. M. Campbell. Adv. NIGHT PASSAGE lKtlNU.ULUk ,ECHHIRAMA DAN DURYU< DUNNE FOSTER Open 7:00 p. m. Adults 60c Children Under 12 Free! Mrs. Wessling selected a n a v y j Household Arts Dept blue dress with black and white J if ?' N ° ldY . c ft l fft a P lK N.m^Ad- accessories. The bridegroom's ; dress. Zone, Pattern Number, Slse mother wore a navy blue dress j __A_J>onus for our., readers two with dark accessories. Their cor sages were pink carnations. Mrs. Mary Wessling of Carroll, grandmother of the bride, wore a dark dress with dark accessories and corsage of white carnations. The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast, served by Theresa, and Lucille PeteK friends >of the couple, in the home of the bride's parents. Garden flowers decorated the table. '* *• * The wedding dinner at noon for A bonus for our., readers FREE patterns, printed In our new Alice Brooks Neefllecraft Book for 1957! Plus a variety of designs to order—crochet, knitting, embroidery, huck weaving, tovs, dolls, others. Send 25 cents for .your copy of this needlecratt book—now! Thursday - Friday - Saturday Susan Kirk Hayward and Douglas ^ are " liaving a approximately 90 guests at the Brown Derby was followed by a reception for 150 guests from 2 to 4:36 o'clock. ^Double candelabra with twisted white tapers and encircled huckleberry sprigs highlighted the bridal table. Low arrangements of pink, gladioli and tinted blue chrysanthemums were at either side of the U-shaped tables. The nut cups, candles and flowers were in the bride's colors. The bride's cake was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry. The three-tiered square cake, decoratr ed in the bride's colors of pink and blue and topped with a miniature bride and groom, was cut by Evelyn Tunning and Ardel Hoffman, friends of the bride. Lucille and Theresa Peter pour? Housewarming for Mrs. Ida Williams (Time* Herald N#tr« Service) HALBUR - Mrs. Ida Williams was honored at a surprise housewarming at* her new home in Halbur Sunday. The afternoon spent with cards and visiting, was concluded with the serving of lunch. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zubrod and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. George Zubrod and Marlene of Holstein, Neb.. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Zubrod and Kenny, Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Zubrod and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Rupiper and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Irlbeck, all of Templeton, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Fox and family of Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Allen Feldmann of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Irlmeier and family of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Williams and family and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Williams and Leon of Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoffman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Williams and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Williams and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Riesberg and family, Patty Riesberg and Willie Hinners all of Carroll. Miss Wernimont Feted at Shower Shirley Wernimont, who is affianced to Glenn Rupiper, was honored at a shower in the home of Mr. Rupiper's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Rupiper of Templeton, Sunday afternoon. Guests in addition to cousins of the prospective bridegroom were Mrs. Joe Wernimont and Marilyn Wernimont of Carroll and Mrs. Richard Skalla of Scranton, mother and sisters of the bride-elect. * * • Miss Wernimont was presented with a corsage by Mrs. Rupiper and daughter, Margie. Bingo and other games were played and the gifts were opened before lunch was served. The gift table was decorated with a miniature bride and groom j who "resigned'the"office • * # State at Cedar Falls in June, gave her report. Patricia's mother, Mrs. James Houlihan, was a guest at last night's meeting. The session opened with a 6:30 potluck dinner, attended by approximately 60. Garden flowers decorated the tables. Mrs. Ed Kruse and Mrs. Laura Finegan were co-chairmen of the dinner committee. * * * At the opening of the meeting, the group was addressed by Floyd Heithoff, commander of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion. He was escorted by Mrs. Arnold Witt, sergeant-at-arms. Introduction of guests followed. An out-of-town guest was Margaret Embree of Omaha, niece of Mrs. Gus Vasos. i After Mrs. Meyers' part of the j • A • I program, Mrs. J. Lawrence Coch -jlOWfll ACClOGntS ran, president of the unit, conducted a brief business meeting. Mrs. John Backes is the new flag bearer, appointed by Mrs. Cochran to succeed Mrs. Kruse, ;Eric Andreasen Honored by the Walth6r League About 30 members and guests of the Walther League of.St. Paul Lutheran Church joined in a surprisa farewell party In the church parlors Tuesday night for Eric Andreasen, retiring president, who will leave next month to begin preparation for the Lutheran ministry at Concordia College, St. Paul, Minn. The'guest of honor was presented with a gift from the group. Games were played and lunch was served at the close,of the evening. Eric's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Holger Andreasen, were special guests. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Pete* were chaperons. Other guests in- eluded Susan Peters, Mrs. Harold W. Kieck and chjldren Kenny, Kitty and Marion Kieck. • * * Paul Fricke will be acting president of the local league until the next regular election in January. Two Dead in under an umbrella in beige and old gold, the colors of the bride-elect. * » * Miss Wernimont and Mr. Rupiper will be married at 8:30 Saturday morning, September 14, in the St. Lawrence Church here. Chamberlain in Reich for Air Talks FRANKFURT, Germany (*l— Clarence D. Chamberlain, Shelton, Conn., and formerly of Denison, Iowa, first man to fly nonstop from New York to Germany, is here to take part in a German aviation convention. By The Associated Press A Minnesota girl bringing a horse for showing at the Iowa State Fair was one of two persons dead Wednesday as a result of auto accidents in Iowa. Janet Evanson, 17, Waseca, Minn., was injured fatally and two At the next 'meeting, Tuesday night, September 17, Gold Star | companions were hurt on Highway mothers and sisters will be honor-1 69 south of Blairsburg Tuesday, ed. Mrs. T. J. Kerwin and Mrs. I Leonarf j Johannsen. 59. Durant Virgil Thelen are committee. was jnjured fatally in a , W0 . Mr chairmen of the month. Mrs. Lew, colUsion Tues day on Highway 8 Voyles and Mrs. Sherman Page i east of wilton j unctioni are in charge of the Gold Star j . . . . Miss Evanson and Phillip An- program - I berg. 62, Waseca, were passengers in a car driven by Gary McDonough, 15, Waseca. Authorities said a horse trailer pulled by the car slipped off the highway, and, in trying to get W. L. Klines Back From Sioux Narrows Canadian Contract to Cedar Rapids Firm Surprise Party For Leota Niehaus, August Bride-Elect A surprise party was given August 24 for Leota Niehaus who will marry Llewellyn Ryan September 2 at the St. Lawrence Church. !tha| returned Monday evening The courtesy had been planned! f ro m their cottage on Eagle by Miss Niehaus' sister, L e t h a Niehaus. Nine guests attended. • * * troit, Mich. CEDAR RAPIDS tfl—Collins Radio Co. said Tuesday the Canadian government has awarded it an $8,- . 300.000 contract for special ultra j llce of law here Se P l - h high frequency radio equipment to I ~ "— be used in Royal Canadian Air AckleV Girl, 11, Is Force planes, some of them flying as high as 70,000 feet. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Kline returned Tuesday afternoon from Sioux I back on the road, both vehicles' Narrows, Ont., Canada, where j overturned, they spent about 10 weeks. The j The car swerved across ths Klines, who have been at Sioux j roar j an d smashed into a tree. The Narrows for the last eight sum- tra ji er ro n. e d jso feet into a corn- mers, have sold their summer. ci e id. The horse escaped injury, home there to Bob Jackman. who | lives at Livonia, a suburb of De- McDonough suffered a skull fracture and was in serious condition at a Webster City hospital. Mr. Kline will resume the prac- i Anberg was } n f a i r condition ! there. Injured in the accident which Dr. and Mrs. A. Re as Anneberg Suffocated in Oats took Johannsen's life were Mrs. | Ernest Goebel, 36. Moscow, Iowa, | and Ivan Dierdorff. 30, Wilton Junction, both in the other car. Authorities said Johannsen ap- Extra Added - News and Cartoon Regular Admission Prices! Ends Tonight (Wed.) "Li«ie 600 Good Reasons to Be Here! ed with a miscellaneous shower and lunch was served. , Wedding Banns BREDA — Banns of the approaching" marriage of Mary Jane Neppl and Eugene Boes were announced at St. Bernard Church Sunday. followed by attendance at the Lance party at Kuemper High ed coffee, using the bride s silver j School. The remainder of the eve- service, jning was spent at the Niehaus Jolene Tigges, cousin of the I home. The bride-elect was present- bride, attended the guest book. Pat Riesberg and Marilyn Nieland, friends of the bride, assisted in unwrapping the gifts. The" gift book was in charge of Patricia Klocke, friend of the bride. * * * When Mr. and Mrs. Seidl leave for El Paso, Tex., where they will reside, the bride will wear a coral princess - style dress with matching bolero jacket and white accessories. The former Miss Wessling, a graduate of Kuemper High.School in 1957, has been a waitress at Tony's Restaurant here for the last year and a half. Mr. Seidl. a specialist, third class, in the U.S. Army, was graduated from Carroll High School in 1955. He enlisted in October, 1955, and has been stationed at Fort Bliss the last 19 months. Sp. 3 Seidl and his bride will live at 417' West, Yandel Apartment 16, El Paso, Texas. ACKLEY Rosemary Linda-.' and daughters, Bertha and Mar- 1 dIa ££ t * raHof SLS ! Parently sought to avoid a colli- —- J "~ J1 ft™ ™ a fhrnrf nm J^ S. 1„ sion with anolher car being driven Tuesday afternoon when she ap- . .. ui-u,,,-,, r rArrt „ parently fell into an oat bin while h i!& f ™™ ^J^ d doing chores on the family farm j southeast of here. The girl was \ getting oats and when they failed to flow freely, she apparently entered the bin to correct what was j wrong and the grain shifted, bury- j ing her. Point, Lake Okoboji, where they vacationed for three weeks. Mrs. Anneberg's niece, Pam Given, of Supper at Pauline's Cafe was; Manhatten. Kan., was with them for one week. Mrs. Paul Skogsbergh of Cedar Rapids is spending the week with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hansen and their daughter, Karen Kay. Mr. and Mn, F. R. McCoy returned Tuesday afternoon from Lake Okoboji, where they had been at their summer home since the last of May. £/WMghjbjtL Special Purchase Salef While Visiting Eastern Markets Early This Week we were able to make some Very Special Buys on Lovely Late Summer Merchandise. This Is Not Just Another Clearance Sale! Many pf thesa dresses have never been in our store before. All Broughton Quality—All at Tremendous Savings that wa ara passing on to youl • Sole Starts Thursday at 9 a. m, HDECCCC * Value-packed groups - so beautiful and fashionable you awl%C4e#ejtf Ce^ can b uy them now for next summer and be dollars ahead. i * t »m > >ti e < i mn a §»ei a A FEW • BLOUSES * All-star final on these Brouahton -lovely, Broughton-thrifty blouses. LIMITED GROUP FORMALS Wispy formal* for glamour-touched occasion!.. Out they go. Just $2.98 $2.98 - $5.95 - $10.95 LIMITED GROUP $1-00 ii CAN-CANS Pricftt Slashed for Final Clearance Sal* $2.98 t LIMITED GROUP j MATERNITY WEAR $298-$5Q0 JEWELRY Big Selection of Lovely Coitume Jewelry 59c S/wuqhJbrLL LEAD THE FIELD •IN FINE CLOTHING SAL! STARTS THURSDAY •NDS SATURDAY te her* *arly for yeur choice of wonderful buys, Mr. and Mrs. Al Johnston, who were called here by the fatal illness of Mrs. Johnston's father, Joseph W. Gietz, left for their home at Spring Valley, Minn., Wednesday. • Mary Kay Conley returned Tuesday from Gordon's Resort, Villard, Minn., where she vacationed with Mr. and Mrs. Don Auen and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Auen of Waterloo for 10 days* Mrs. Don Auen and children, who brought Mary Kay home, are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Juergens, over Labor Day. when he collided with Dierdorff. Miss Margaret Brady returned Monday afternoon from Des Moines, where she had visited friends since Thursday and attended the State Fair. Dr. and Mrs. W. P. Matt and children, Andy, Warren, Christine and Christopher, of Bakersfield, Calif., who have been spending a few days with Dr. Matt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Matt, are leaving for their home Thursday. They are visiting Dr. Matt's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Matt, and family at Spencer today. Mrs. Matt and children, who spent a month at Waupaca, Wis., were joined there by Dr. Matt at the conclusion of their stay. The family came to Carroll from Waupaca. General George Custer was 37 when he made his famous "last stand" against Indians in the Dakota Territory. Social Calendar Wednesday- Carroll Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Methodist Young Adult class picnic, Graham Park shelterhouse. Thursday- Carroll Rainbow Girls. 7:30 p.m. Masonic Temple. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Carroll Country Club. Monday- Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. Family night, Carroll Country Club. Villisca Man, 35, Dies of Head Injury OMAHA W — Jarold Hicks, 35. Villisca, Iowa, died at a hospital Tuesday night after apparently i striking his head against a door in a tavern Monday, police said. Officers said they picked up Hicks after receiving a report of a drunk} disturbing the peace. Mrs. Leone, Ventelcher, tons. George and Arthur, and daughter, Lillian, who spent several days with Mrs. Venteicher's father, William Hoesing, and her sister, Christine Hoesing, are returning to their home In Omaha Wednesday. They were here for the funeral rites of their son and j brother, Franklin Venteicher. \ Margaret Embree of Omaha, niece of Mrs. Gus Vasos, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Vasos this week. Mrs. Vasos and Margaret will spent Thursday and Friday w i th Margaret's grandmother. Mrs. Doris Embree, and great- grandmother, Mrs. C. J. Bohnsack. at Manning. 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