Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 28, 1957 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 28, 1957
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Richard Allen, Former Lake City Resident, Married (Tim** Herald New* Scrvlgf) LAKE CITY - Bernice Christensen of Pocahontas |hd Richard Allen of Storm Lake were married August 11 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Pomeroy. The Rev. Victor Mesenbring read the double ring service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christiansen of Pocahontas, and the bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Allen rtf Storm Lake, formerly of Lake City and Glidden. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white Chantilly lace over tulle and satin. Mary Ellen Carlson of Storm Lake was maid of honor. She wore a ballerina-length gown of royal blue chiffon. Robert Rattern of Storm Lake was best man. Ushers were Vernon and Irvin Seehusen, cousins of the bride, and, Darrell Lindstrom of Redwood Falls, Minn.', and Allen Burley of Lake City, nephews of the bridegroom. A reception in the church parlors followed the wedding ceremony. After a short wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Allen are at home in Battle Creek, where Mrs. Allen will teach second grade and Mr. Allen will be athletic coach and instructor of science and history. Betty Kingston, daughter of Mr. | and Mrs. Darrel Kingston, will | leave Wednesday for Sibley where \ she will teach kindergarten and in- \ termediate music in the public' school. She was graduated last j spring from Ft. Dodge Junior; College. SHORT PAGE . . . Robert (Tuck) Slricklln. 10, front, is believed to be the youngest U.S. Senate page ever appointed. Faced with a shortage of page hoys, due to a number of them departing to get ready for college, Sen. Francis Case (R- Rev. E.W.M. Brewer Leads Topic Study F;or Glidden Society (Timed Herald News Service) GLIDDEN — The Glidden Lutheran Ladies Aid Society met in the church parlors with 24 members present .The .meeting opened with a', hyhin' and scripture read- r The'*topic from the Lutheran iWomen's Missionary League quarterly of July was'"continued and led by Pastor E.W.M. Brewer. This portion of the meeting closed With the Lord's Prayer in unison. , The vice president, Mrs. Mor- tanville, had 'Charge of the business meeting.' • *. * * . t Elected'as delegates to the Lutheran Home |lrraing Auxiliary meeting at Fort Dodge were: Mrs. Hannas Walters and Mrs. Henry Kruger. M Alternates a r e Mrs. Harry, Bushman and Mrs. Wil- liarri Rohrbeokl ..., y ". It was decided to clean the church Friday",-Sept. 13. Mrs. Ernest Jacobs and Mrs. Henry Kruger were elected to serve as the flower committee for September. Hostesses were Mrs. A. Kruger, Mrs, A. Janssen and Mrs. 0. Kluegel. Times Herald, Carroll, Iowa Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1957 Career or College! Printed Patten Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Walden and children, Vicki, Jacquie and Dennis, came home Sunday night after vacationing in eastern Iowa for a S.D.), persuaded the Senate to | week. They visited Mr. and Mrs. set aside the limitation that no page be under 14. Tuck, from nearby Alexandria, Va., Is followed down the Capitol steps by Tony P. David, of Washington, D. C. Louis Fideler at Waterloo, took the Mississippi River drive and visited | at Centerville with Mr. and Mrs. | John Milligan, formerly of Carroll. | They also stopped in Des Moines, where they visited the Henry Smith family. Mrs. Birda Rice Of Maywood, Calif., Arrives in Auburn (Tiroes Rfmlit News S*r»lee) AUBURN — Mrs. Birda Rice arrived Sunday evening from Maywood, Calif, for a visit with Auburn relatives. James Hadju, Herbert Marsh and Miss Lorraine Thobe of Freeport, 111., were overnight guests Saturday in the home of the letter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. Ben Thobe and son, Larry. Jimmy and Sharon Hadju returned home with them after a months visit in the home of their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. G. Siepker of Roselle and Mrs. Rose Langenfleld of Des i Moines visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Heim Wednesday morning. Mrs. Langenfield was the god-mother of Mrs..E. A. Heim 64 years ago. This was their 1. 1757 -&-7$W \ Untied States Postage STAMP OF GREATNESS . . . Three American cities closely first acquaintance since then. Mrs.! associated with the memory of Hip . .-• Mr. and Mrs. John_ Wllley of j Mr. and Mrs. Bill Meshek re- - Glidden'surprised Mrs. Mary E. j turned- Sunday night frpm^^Iii* Jackley and Jerry Willey at their £ ro , 88e ' Wis t . wh £« ^^tpBfe . . _ : ... I their niece, Judy Wieland, to enwfe, 1 home here Sunday, . bringing a; st . Rose Convent. They'We^ic# , complete chicken dinner and flow- j companied by Judy 's parents, lAt0 : '\ ers for the table. John Willey is a and Mrs. Harold Wieland of DetfjV , nephew of Mrs. Jackley and cousin ham - 0n the return tri P ty ^/SflK' -" nt T „-..„ u;;n„., i P e(1 al Nashua to see the Little of Jerry Willey. J Bpnwn Cnurch gnA at I(jwa F ^ _ ——- ! where they visited Mr. Wieland'^.; . Mr. and Mrs. Ivan C. Bys and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and. son. Neil, returned Tuesdav with Mrs 0,mar Eich and family. Mrs. n,= tv,,.»» „„,,„„ RT ^ 0 „„ „L ,I,J ,.„„ j Laura Wieland, who had been , n .annL uZ^ln L iTn s P endi "K * few days at the Eich ' Deanna, Roger and Evan, who h returned to Carroll with spent last week with their grand- tnem parents in Palo and Manchester ' while Rev. and Mrs. Bys were at the Methodist Youth Camp in; Springbrook State Park near Guthrie Center, Shirley Clark, a' niece of Mrs. Bys who was a Edward DeBoer of Schenectady* N. V.. has arrived to join Mrs. DeRoer and son, Michael, for the last week of their five-week visit _ ' WAIST 9283 24--3Z- Langenfield, who is 91 years old, makes her home in the Bishop Drumm Nursing Home in Des Moines. 1 Mrs. Cora Garnatz was hostess to members of the Bible Class of j the Presbyterian Sunday School at j her home Friday. A picnic dinner; was served at noon. The afternoon j was spent socially." Mrs. Garnatz j displayed the gifts and cards she| received for her 88th birthday on I August 19. Mrs. E. E. Coyne was an additional guest. 4-H Entries for Ak Show Close Sept. 9 the Marquis de La Fayette have been chosen for simultaneous first day sales of this three- I rent maroon stamp being Issued j in his honor, Sept. fi. the 200th ' anniversary of his birth. The cities are Easton, Pa., site of Lafeyette College; Fayetteville, N.C., first town in America named for him, and Louisville, Ky., where the opening day of the 1957 Kentucky State Fair is "La Fayette Day." The stamp carries a likeness of him reproduced from a portrait now In the Versailles Museum. ; «" "'"' - T with Mrs. DeBoer's parents, Mr, counselor at t h e Sprinebrook and Mrs AnUm . Pickhinke) an _ camp, returned to hw home in |am) , Mr and Mrg> DeBoer Md Palo after spending the weekend ; son wi „ , ftave Saturday to spend nere - I a week with Mr. DeBoer 's par- ! enls at Columbus, Neb,, and re- Dr. and Mrs. Rex Heese are turn fmm there to Schenectady, spending the day at the State Fair Other guests of the Pickhinke fam- in Des Moines where Mrs. Heese ily Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed, is on duty for the day in the chiro-1 Hoffmann and family of Omaha, practic booth sponsored by the: Mrs. Hoffmann is Mrs. Pick- Iowa Chiropractic Associa'tion. binke's cousin. Just Across the Street Northweit Of the Hotel Burke /'Share Our Fun at the Gift Market" by stopping in to see the new merchandise that is arriving daily! From the "Studios of Hallie St. Mary" in California, we have oblong and oval woven Napoli and oval lace Swiss place mats with matching linen napkins . . . thrifty enough for everyday use . . . nice enough for gift giving ... in soft solid tones. 50c Up Eight piece boxed Irish Linen place mat and bridge sets in assorted colors. ADD FASHION TO YOUR WARDROBEI Accent your sweaters, dresses or suits with these pretty, feminine scarves in silk or chiffon . . . squares or ascot styles ... in a wide assortment of colors. $1.25 was 12 or over as of January 1, Four-H boys and girls of Carroll j is eligible to enter livestock County are reminded by the coun- ! In * ne show - Classes of baby beef, tv extension office that entries for j breeding heifers, dairy heifers. Just what, vou need for fain j the 4-H livestock show at the Ak-' swine - sheep and other livestock .^n ^^ru ^^^'sulatelr^Ge'^iSar-Ben in Omaha will close Sep- 1 will be judged and exhibited, harm.? lines with or without j>fe j lem ber 9. Dates of the show are! Entries may he made through September 20 to 29. \ the Carroll County Extension Of- Any bona-fide 4-H member who fice in the Farm Bureau building. pockets. A drenm to sew, our Printed Pattern. Printed Pattern 9_83: Misses' Unlst Sizes _4. 25, »i. '28. 30, .12 Inches. Size 28, with pockets, takes 1". yards 54-lnrh fnbrlc. Printed directions on each pattern part. Easier, accurate. Send FIFTY CENTS (coins) for this pattern—add 5 cents for each pattern for Ist-class mailing. Send to Marian Martin, care of Datlv Times Herald. 25 Pattern Dept.. 23^2 West 18th St.. New York 11. N. Y. Print plainly NAME. ADDRESS with ZONE. SIZE nnd STVI.K NUMBER. LEGION BALLROOM ARCADIA, IOWA * SIX FAT DUTCHMEN Urgtst OLD TIME BAND in Armtrlea Tha Nation's No. 1 Polka Band THURSDAY, AUG. 29 Admittion $1.00 per person (Tax Incl.) Loesch-Larsen Nuptials Read (Time* Hernld N*wi Servlre) LAKE CITY — Donna Larson of Livermore and Rollyn Loesch of Pascagoula, Miss., were married Friday, August 16, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Livermore. The Rev. L. H. Loesch. father of the bridegroom, read the double ring service. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Larson of Livermore and the hndegroom is the son of Rev. and Mrs. L.H. Loesch of Pascagoula, formerly of Lake City and Algona. Mr. and Mrs. Loesch will live at Seward, Neb., where Mr. Loesch will attend Concordia Teachers College. Discovered: TOASTED COCONUT-Manchester's NEWEST FLAVOR! And who* a discoveryl Here's a brand-new flavor of toasted coconut. .. blended into a rich, smooth, eream Biting for Manchester Baker's newest sandwich aookie-TOASTED COCONUT CREMES. Discover this new flavor—nowl Manchester TOASTED COCONUT CREMES are featured at your favorite food store in colorful, one-pound bags. Thursday - Friday - Saturday 90% avisco rayon, 10% orlon with nylon binding. 72"x90" in beautiful colors. A real bargain. Bargains! Short Sleeve Broadcloth Blouses 2.50 A real savings here for Kuemper girls. Be sure to get yours while they last. Sizes 32 to 38. Colors, white. Real Values! Children's Oxfords 2.98 A sturdy oxford built for hard wear. Sizes BVt to 12 and 12Vi to 3. Don't miss on this outstanding bargain. Sensational! New Fall Dresses 3.98 All new styles and materials in new fall coWsTYou'U want several of these lovely dresses, so hurry. Save! OUTSTANDING VALUE! Rondo Deluxe Prints Benulifiil selection. Also pining. Yard W W Girls' Lined Foplin Jackets O QQ Stzns 7 to 14. Warm and durable. <J • 7 W Women's Plastic Raincoats O QQ Size* small, medium, large. Real value*. Mm% W \9 Women's Denim Jeans O AQ True blue denim Jeans. Sizes 12 to 20. Mmt^Qw Brentwood House Frocks O TTQ Lovely colors. Large selection. 4m *W JF Women's Corduroy Jackets A QQ Unltned. New fall colors. Sites 12 to 18. ™l TO Rag Rugs 27"x40" Lovely colors. Large selection 1.98 Block & White Striped Blouses 1 AA Sleevelets. Sizes 32 and 34 only. Reduced. 1 EXTRA SAVINGS NOW! 1 Men's Work Shoes Built for hard wear. Real bargains. 5.88 Men's Work Socks O 1 AA Sizes 10V4 to 12. Plain and cotton mixed. w p.| r 1 «tWW Men's Work Shirts SUei U 1 ^ to 17. Blue. Real saving*. 1.49 Boys' Denim Jeans 10-oi. blue. Sizes » to 16. Bargains, 1.69 Boys' Polo Shirts ' Size* 4 to 16. White and colored. 79 c Men's Shop Caps Plain and striped. Sizes •% to 7H. 79 e Men's Sweat Shirts 1 £Q Whit* and colored. Sizes small, medium, larso. • • V# M Men's Summer Caps 95 c Flnsl clearance. Broken sizes. Bargains. * _____________ SM AS MING VALUES! 1 Real Values! Real Savings! . Men's Men # s Worksuits Blue Denim 4.98 Now is the time to stock up on worksuits. Top quality with lip- per front. 34 to 48. Stripe and plains, Made for hard wear. Jeans Heavy 10-oz. blu« denim jeans at this low, low price. Sizes 20 to 42, Stock up now and save. PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY! END-OF-MONTH CLEAN-UP Reduced! Rayon & Orion Blanket 5.00 Special Savings! Women's Sheer Nylon Hose 50c Pair 80 gauge, 15 denier, full fashioned hose. Hurry, these will go fast. Sizes 8tt to 11. Stock up now and save! Terrific! 53-Piece Silverware Set WITH CHSST S Only 4 sets left. So hurry! Only 4 thrifty customers can share in this bargain. Service for 8. Hurry! Sensational Buy! Viscose Rayon Rugs $ 5 2 for Large size 20"x40". A real selection nf colors. You can't afford to miss these. First Quality! Plain Color Corduroy Yard Here's your chance to live. Beautiful plain colors tfi choose from. Sew and <m| Hurry.$|& foe this wonderful buy. I iitt _Di, it ••• '•vv ___ilB_HSB _i _!)W*js

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