Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 31, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Marcel la Heater and Donald Korwes Married Marcella Heater of Coon Rapids and Donald Korwes of Carroll were married at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, August 31, in Annunciation Church, Coon Rapids. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Prenuptial Party Honors Roselyn Badding Mrs. Art Diers entertained at a coffee in her home at Arcadia Friday morning for Roselyn Badding September bride-elect. her Coffee and cookies were served ! ... U u. v„i _ at a table centered with an arrangement of garden flowers and Claude Heater of Coon-Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korwes of Carroll. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. R. E. Dougherty. The parish choir sang, with organ accompaniment. Attending the couple were the bridegroom's brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Korwes. » * * The bride's gown of white nylon ruffled .tulle over taffeta was designed with V neckline, fitted bodice and brief sleeves. Her fingertip veil was caught to a sweet a miniature umbrella. A kitchen shower was coupled with the coffee. • * * Guests included Mrs. William Badding, Mrs. Bob Badding. Mrs. Don Badding, Mary Jo Badding, Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. Art Schroeder, Mrs. Joe Schroeder, Mrs. Don Diers, Mrs. Daryl Winker, Mrs. Cyrenus Diers and Mrs. Leo Diers. ~ r Miss Badding. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Badding of Arcadia, will become the bride of Lon Diers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers. Arcadia, Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at St. John's Church in Arcadia. Myrna Schulfe Is Recipient of A Bridal Shower fTtme* Herald Stm Service) BREDA — Myrna Schulte was honored at a bridal shower in Mrs. Norman Nieland 's home at 7:30 Thursday evening. Trousseau hats, fashioned of workbasket articles, were - made and presented to the bride-elect. The remainder of the evening was spent playing court-whist. The high score prize was won by Mrs. Delmar Bruning, second high, Helen Koster, and low, Mrs. Melvin Nieland. Miss Schulte was presented with a corsage from the hostess's small daughter. Cindy, as a birthday gift, because Miss Schulte 's birthday was Wednesday. * * * After the bride-elect had opened her miscellaneous shower gifts, which were-grouped trader an umbrella and bride doll on a table, lunch was served. Mrs. Louis Stork assisted the hostess in serving. The lunch table was decorated with a birthday cake and candelabra. Favors were bridal slippers . attached to tiny mint bags. All the decorations were in aqua and white, the colors of the bride-elect. Sixteen guests attended the courtesy. Miss Schulte will marry Orville Snyder of Auburn Sept. 7 at St, Bernard 's Church here. Tlm« Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, Aug. 31, 1957 white prayerbook was a corsage of white carnations and pink rosebuds. Mrs. Korwes, matron of honor, wore light blue nylon tulle over j taffeta with encircled full skirt. Her flowers were pink carnations and rosebuds. The bride's mother wore a light colored dress and the bride- . • . i /— i groom's mother, black and white, j WenCK-L ,Q f" I SOf! The nuptial mass was followed NuDtlOI S Read by breakfast in the home of the : ~ (Genelli Studios) Mrs. Stanley Wenck Miss Anna bridegroom's aunt, Koch, in Carroll. The wedding dinner for 25 guests was served at 1:30 in the Ranch Room of Pauline's Cafe. * * * For her going-away costume, the bride has a pink sheath dress with white accessories. In Church Rites Social Calendar Monday- Eastern Star,. 8 p.m., Masonic Temple. Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul's auditorium. Senior Immaculate Guild potluck dinner, St. Joseph's hall. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, Mrs. Roger Campbell. T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Frank Baker. Wednesday- Methodist WSCS, church parlors Mrs. G. Smith Thomas; 3—Mrs. Robert Richardson;** — Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; 5— Mrs. Clyde Cassill. Catholic Daughters, K. of C. hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club, 7:30 p.m., Farm Bureau building. Thursday- Lutheran Ladies Aid Society, Church parlors. Beulah Country Club, Beulah Osborne. Rainbow Girls, 7:30 p.m., Masonic Temple. Friday- Presbyterian Church Circles: 1— j County meeting, American Legion Mrs. William H. Schnable; 2 —I Auxiliary, Manning. Dorothy Mae Weds Merlin Irlbeck L King (TlmM Herald Newt Mtrritt) DEDHAM — Dorothy Mae Irlbeck. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irlbeck of Dedham, became the bride of Merlin Louis j of tne bnde - Mrs - L1 °y d Podey cut ] holtz, Frances Kasperbauer, Jane Venteicher, Joan Vogl and Lois Kasperbauer, friends and cousins King, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. King of Denison, in a 9 o'clock ceremony August 31 at, St. Joseph's Church here. Tne Rev. G. D. Barry officiated at the double ring ceremony and read $e nuptial mass. Sr. M. Theresette. organist. (Time* Herald Stvtt Service) GLIDDEN — The First Lutheran Church of Kingsley was the setting for the wedding Sunday I played "Wedding March" by Bar afternoon, August 18, of Mary j onchelli, as the processional and Ellen Carlson, daughter of Mr. and j 'Recessional" by Amil Bosi, with Mrs. Gunnard Carlson of Pierson. chimes during the march. The After spending a few days in j and Stanley Wenck, son of Mr. and ] choir sang the "Mass in Honor of Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Korwes j Mrs. Walter Wenck of Glidden. ' the Blessed Virgin" and "0 Sane- will live at 414 East Sixth Street, | T NE R GV- David Pankow of Cor- tissima" by Weise at the offer- Carroll. I rectionville officiated, assisted by The bride attended high school i tne Rev waiter Wenck Jr. of Glid- in Coon Rapids. The bridegroom, j den> brother of the bridegroom, who graduated from Carroll High j * * * School in 1955, is employed at the Wilke Drug Store. Olga Slbenaller has returned to St. Louis, Mo., to resume work at St. Louis University after a two- week vacation with her mother, Mrs. Frances Sibenaller and other relatives and friends. She was accompanied back to St. Louis by her* mother/ En route they will visit the Rev. Joseph Sibenaller, J. S., pastor of St. Francis Xavier ^hurch, Kansas City, Mo. Two Hostesses Entertain For Ruth Clements Mrs. James W. Wilson and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry were hostesses at an afternoon courtesy in Mrs. Wilson's home Friday for Ruth Clements who is visiting here from New York City. Lunch was served at a lace-covered table decorated with roses and figurines. Miss Clements was presented with a gift from the hostesses. tory. * * * The bride wore a white gown of imported Chantilly lace and nylon Sue Miller of Storm Lake sang tulle. The fitted pointed bodice "The Wedding. Prayer" and "The! buttoned down the back with self- Lord's Prayer," accompanied by j covered buttons and Matured a Mrs. Reed Richardson, organist,! small wing collar. The long fitted who also played nuptial jnusic be-! pons matching her gown, with the fore the double ring ceremony. ! wrists. The bride's silk illusion Kay Carlson, sister of the bride,' fin 8ertip veil of nylon marquisette the cake. Norma Willenberg had charge ofvthe guest book, and Mrs. Jackie Jessen, sister of the bridegroom, had charge of the gift book. * * * Following a week's wedding trip, the couple will live on the bridegroom's father's farm south of Odebolt after Sept. 10. The bride, a graduate of St. Joseph's school at Dedham, has been employed in Carroll. The bridegroom, who graduated from the Kiron Public School,, is a farmer. He received his discharge from the service last October. Shirley Mae Kramer Is Bride of Dale Fogerty The wedding of "Shirley Mae Kramer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Glidden, and Dale T. Fogerty, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Fogerty of Carnarvon, took place at 9:30 Saturday morning, August 31, in Holy Family Church at Lidderdale. Mr. Kramer gave his daughter in marriage at the double ring ceremony, which was performed by the Rev. Robert Phillips. Dean Fogerty, brother of the bridegroom, and Cletus Steinkamp, cousin of the bride, were mass servers. Sr. M. Domatilla, organist, MARRIED AT BREDA . . . Bonnie Heisterkamp, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo A. Helster- kamp of Breda, and Donald Henrich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Henrich of Carroll, exchanged wedding vows August 24 at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. After Sept. 1, they will live at 122 North Yale, Vermillion, S. D. (Paige & Paige Photo) Predict Work Outside Home for College Grads By DOROTHY ROE Associated Press Women's Editor Most of the girls who are packing their sweaters, skirts, shorts and ancient raccoon coats to enter college this fall may look forward to at least 25 years of paid work outside the home after graduation. This somewhat grim prediction comes from a 400-page book, "Womanpower", prepared after two years of research by the National Manpower Council and presented to President Eisenhower. C. D. of A. Breakfast Held At Graham Park A breakfast for. members of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, in the large shelterhouse at Graham Park Friday morning followed 7:30 mass and corporate communion at St. Joseph's Church. The Rev. Leo Lenz was celebrant of the mass. Steven and Randy Schleisman were mass servers was maid of honor. Marilyn Wenck, sister of the bridegroom, and Rosalind Bengston of Alta were bridesmaids. They wore similar dresses of white nylon lace over blue taffeta, designed in ballerina style with cowl necklines of blue nylon chiffon dipping to V's in the backs, with flowing back panels. They wore bands of white pompons in their hair and carried lace fans decorated with pompons and blue net. * * * The bride, given in marriage by her parents, wore a gown of Chan was edged in Chantilly lace and caught to a tiara of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of American Beauty roses tied with satin. Angeline Irlbeck, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Pearl King, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmaid. Miss Irlbeck wore a pale pink gown with fitted bodice of nylon net, matching bolero and double net overskirt. Miss King wore a yellow taffeta gown with yellow net overskirt and a small bow down the back. Each carried a cascade of pompons matching her gowr with the tillyjace and nylon tulle with fitted j maid of honor carrying pink and j er7the' brtde wo^go™ of white bodice and long tapering sleeves, the bridesmaid, yellow. Matching; nv | on tu | le with Chantii i v .„.. Scalloped tulle embroidered with headbands of white net and flow- i 3, ™ erinVlaver o Lhor- pearls and sequins framed the sa- era contrasted with the colors of P covering i„.vers ot gather- brina neckline. The floor-length their dresses, bouffant skirt was accented with * * * two front panels of lace, with a Vernon King, brother of the wide panel of tulle ruffles. Her il- j bridegroom was best man and Donald Irlbeck, brother of the Couple Wed in Jefferson Resides At Albion, Indiana Lola Kohnke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kohnke of Churdan, became the bride of Charles Weicht of Fort Wayne, Ind., August 17. The double ring ceremony was performed by Rev. Walter Schultz at Trinity Lutheran Church in Jefferson at 2 p.m. Bob Kohnke of Milwaukee, Wis., cousin of the bride, sang "Wedding Prayer," "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." Accompanying him and providing nuptial music at the organ, was Mrs. Clarence Smith of Churdan, a former teacher of the bride. played "Wedding March" by Nobel as the processional. Mrs. Ben Meyer of Storm Lake, cousin of the bridegroom, sang "0 Lord, I Am Not Worthy," "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother," and "Mother, at Thine Altar We're Kneeling." as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. * * • Janice Engelen, friend of the couple, was maid of honor and Kay Fogerty, cousin of the bridegroom, bridesmaid. Attending the bridegroom were Dennis B o e s, friend of the couple, best man, and Don Kramer, brother of the bride, groomsman. Billy Kramer, brother of the bride, and Dennis Moulds, cousin of the bridegroom, ushered. Completing the wedding party was the flower girl, Mary Fogerty, sister of the bridegroom. * * » The bride wore a gown of Chantilly lace and tulle over satin. The scoop neckline featured lace motifs re-embroidered with sequins. The floor-length tulle skirt with spaced lace panels had a tiered back which continued into a chapel sweep. The bride's hand-rolled silk illusion veil was gathered to a shaped lace hat encrusted with seed pearls. She carried a mod- erne simplicity styled bouquet of singular cascading frenched white roses, trailing ivy and white satin streamers. . * * * Mrs. D. H. McCartney of Indianapolis, Ind., sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Bridesmaid was Sandra Harriott of Churdan. Mrs. Karl Jorgensen of Scranton was bridesmatron. Mrs. McCartney wore a gown of pink lace over polished cotton with full skirt and three-quarter sleeves. The other attendants wore pink eyelet embroidered organdy dresses. The attendants' veils were of silk illusion, dotted with pink bows. They carried white baskets filled with blue and! white gladioli with trailing ivy and white satin streamers. The report states: "Now, at least nine out of every \ carnations and tipped bridal iw ten women are likely to work out- 1 over knotted white satin showers side the home in the course of their lives. Women who reached adulthood around the turn of the century participated in paid employment, on the average, for U years in the course of their lives. Those who reached adulthood just before World War are likely, on the average to work over 20 from a crowned detachable lavender orchid corsage. The bride's attendants wore ballerina gowns of spring green taffeta, with bateau necklines forming cap sleeves. Wide bands of embroidered lace were entwined with matching velvet ribbons. Both wore floral hair bandeaux lusion veil fell to her fingertips from a matching lace bandeau accented with tiny pearls and sequins. She carried a white orchid and stephanotis on a white Bible. John Kohnke of Auburn was best Later in the morning, a come- 1 man Keith Walker of Cherokee ' and Oliver Wenck of Lidderdale Showing Now Thru Saturday at the Carroll Outdoor & at the CARROLI Sun* - Mon. - Tues. JAMES . AUDIE STEWART MURPHY TtMt McUaln* brottMrs... who followed the lure ,o4 Vr%m loaded gun I with the entire group totaling about 150. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal, Mrs. Sam Hyland, Mrs. Leon Schleisman and Mrs. H. R. Smith. Mrs, Agnes Wiedemeyer was chairman and Mrs. Vincent Stangl, co-chairman, of the breakfast committee. WSCS To Open Fall Meetings The Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service will open its fall meetings Wednesday afternoon, Sept. 4, in the fellowship rooms of the new church on North Adams Street. The devotional service wiH be conducted by Mrs. Ivan Bys. The lesson will be given by Mrs. Richard Meridith, Mrs. Eugene Osborne and Mrs. Robert Millender. Hostesses will be Unit 1 members of Grace's Circle. NIGHT PASSAGE DAN DURYIA-WAHNE FOSTER Ends Saturday At the CARROLL ... f-Snw -KirK- HaywardandDou#tt are having a Tbp Secitrt Affair Two Guests Share Honors at Dinner Two persons were honored at a ushered. Bob and Jim Carlson, brothers of the bride, were candle- lighters. Debbie Wenck and Renae Hein of Lidderdale, cousins of »he bridegroom, were flower girls. They wore matching dresses of white nylon and bands of tiny white flowers in their hair. Each carried a blue crocheted basket filled with white pompons and greenery. A reception in the church parlors followed the ceremony. The serving table was centered with a four- tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. The bride's table was center»d with a bouquet of white carnations, pompons and decorated candles. Small white bells were draped in front of the table centered by a large blue bow. • * * After an eastern wedding trip, Mr. and 'Mrs. Wenck are living at Ida Grove, where both teach in the public schools. Mr. Wenck is on the j bride, was groomsman. Ushers were Norman Dentlinger. brother- in-law of the bride, and Jack .lesson, brother-in-law of the bridegroom. Completing the wedding party was the flower girl, Marguerctte Kasperbauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kasperbauer, cousin ,of the bride, and ringbearer, Roy King, brother of the bridegroom. The flower girl wore a net-covered yellow taffeta dress with net overskirt and tiny yellow bows. She carried a bouquet of garden flowers. The ringbearer wore a blue suit and carried the rings on a white satin pillow. For her daughter's wedding the bride's mother chose a pink dress. The bridegroom's wore a dark dress, with each having dark accessories. Each wore a corsage of white carnations. Mrs. Paul Kasperbauer Sr. and"] Mrs. Hedwig Irlbeck, grandmothers of the bride, wore dark dresses and white rose corsages. * * • Decorations at the wedding dinner were streamers in the bride's colors of pink, white and yellow. A five-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and groom and dove with two rings, centered high school faculty. ,,, ... . .. , tu The b*. „ . 8 r .d „a.. „ Grand £f < ' Min ^ S?X. S ^1S %LJ?"l,*\™> <«?«><«! by Mr. W P- dey, sister of the bridegroom. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. 1955. She attended Buena Vista College and received a two-year teaching certificate. The bridegroom was graduated from Glidden High School and Frank Kasperbauer, Mrs. Alvera Irlbeck and Mrs. Felix Vogl, aunts of the bride. They were as- dinner given by Mr. and Mrs. • Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. ' sisted in serving by Norma Bern Albert C. Wegner and Mr. and s i - , Mrs. Carl F. Bauerle Friday night in the Wegner home for Ruth Clements of New York City and; George Holland whose birthday was observed. The dining table was decorated with mahogany candles in milk glass holders and dahlia blossoms floating in a low pottery dish. A decorated birthday cake on a milk glass stand was served with dessert. Mr. Holland was presented with a birthday gift from the hosts and hostesses. Given in marriage by her fath- ed nylon tulle. Her veil was of white illusion caught to a beaded pillbox. She carried a cascade bouquet of red sweetheart garnet years. Today's school girls may j and carried fall basquets of gar- spend 25 years or more in work j landed bronzed pompons, accent- outside the home." • ed with tufted satin, matching This news is going to come as j me ir gowns, a shock to today's marriage-mind- j x ne flower girl's dress matched fed college girls, most of whom • tnose 0 f the maid of honor and aren't at all interested in being j bridesmaid. She wore a wrist cor- career women. j gage of bronzed pompons and car- A survey of more than 3,000 col- j r j ed a bridal basket of rose petals •lege girls made recently by the; trimmed with showered satin in ' United States Department of Labor reveals that * only one-fourth Dr D H. McCartney of Indian- • of them want business careers, j 0ne hundred guests' were enter- apolis. served as best man. John' and nearly half say flatly that, tained at a noon dinne r in Holy Kohnke Jr of Auburn and Ted I they prefer not to work after mar- ; Fami i y parish hall. Dinner host- Krogh of Carroll, cousins of the j "age, ! esses were Mrs. Phil Lenz. Mrs. bride were ushers Kathy Harriott I However, the cold facts of the steve Venner, Mrs. Paul Venner. of Churdan was flower girl. She ! cos t of living keep a growing num-; Mrs Urban Sn yder. Mrs. Julius carried a white basket of rose: »er of young women on the office Boes and Mrs . Ray We mimont. petal* and her dress was identi- j Payroll after marriage. And after Serving were violet Hight. Elaine p they start having children it often wiskus, Jolene Reise.. Mary Jo the bridal colors. * * cal to the bridesmaid 's. * * * A reception for 200 guests was turns out to be even more neces- Boes, Aria and Sharon Batz. TAKE WEDDING VOWS .... Mr. and Mrs. Mark C. Ahmann of Carroll were married August 27 in St. John's Church at Arcadia, with the Rev. Cletus Ahmann, great-uncle of the bridegroom, officiating. The bride, the former Jane Schmitz, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Schmitz of Arcadia. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ahmann of Remsen. On their return from a 10- day trip to Colorado, Mr. and Mrs. Ahmann will live at 114 North East Street, Carroll. (Paige & Paige Photo) sary for them to earn an income. | An additiona i m guests attend . held in the church parlors imme- i view , a ' ma " y ^, US1 ": ed a reception in the parish hall ia nie cnurcn parars imrae ness executives are urging college j frnm , tn s nVWlc R«»r»ntinn diately following the ceremony. \ cir i_ tn nr-nnrp thpmsolvpc fnr m c Reception m ' . * JJ . , K ,r| s to Prepare themselves lor, n 0s t esse s were Mrs. Myrl Hight, The five-tiered wedding cake good jobs, since they are going to 1 decorated with white icing and ; nave to work anyway, pink rosebuds, was served by j Mr ii 0hn ^ T>l \ nk t Sr - of A , ubIu . r J 1 ;Labor Day Family and Mrs. W. A. Kroeger of Lid-j kl . , . , , derdale, aunts of the bride. Mrs. Ted Krogh of Carroll presided at the coffee service and Mrs. Robert Kohnke served punch. Night Is Canceled At Country Club Mrs. Ray Schade, Mrs. Herman Gerdes, Mrs. Clarence Venteicher and Mrs. Rudy Reise. The bride's cake, which was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry, was cut by Sonna Anderson. Beverly Rutten attended the guest book. Caroline Cayler and was,Sharon Olson, sorority sister of of Carroll had charge of the guest book. Lindy Harriott, Priscilla Lohr and Ruth Kanning of Churdan and Patsy Kroeger of Lidderdale served. * * * The couple left immediately after the reception for a wedding trip to Minnesota. They are now at home in Albion, Ind. The bride is a graduate of Churdan High School and received her bachelor's degree in music at Valparaiso, Ind. She is music supervisor in the Noble County Schools, Noble County, Indiana. The bridegroom is employed by Weatherhead Company in Fort Wayne, Ind. Marlene Koenig Honored Before Going to Convent (Time* Herald Newt Serrle*) HALBUR - In honor of their niece, Marlene Koenig, who left Friday for St. Rose Convent, Lacrosse, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Koenig entertained at dinner Thursday evening in their home. Guests included Marlene's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Koenig, her brothers Gene and Bob, sister, Cheryl, Mrs. Frances Koenig, Florine Koenig, and the Koenig's daughter Kathleen and son John. Mr. and Don Boell Mr. and Mrs. Fred CUne of Clermont arrived Friday night to visit Mr; and Mrs. Max H. Reed over the weekend, Mr. and Mr». Paul Van Pelt re« turned home Friday night after vacationing for three weeks. They spent a few days in Chicago, visited Mrs. Van Pelt's mother. Mrs. E. A. Smith, and other relatives in Clinton, and then returned to Carroll before starting on a western trip. They spent a few days in Denver and surrounding area and j a few dayo in RawOns, Wyo., fwhere they visited Mr. and Mrs. ! R. M. Kuebler and Mr. and Mrs. ! Robert McCord. The remainder of Mrs. George Wtlkent and ion, son, James Vincent, are returning' j aHi wno have spent most of the' ws. t rws* ci 8 "™" - <•"•' ! State College. They spent th e! en » s - Mr - and Mrs. Chris Thorup,; summer with Mrs. Boell's par- 1 ,and other relatives, are leaving; ents, Mr, and Mrs. Vincent Colli- ; for their home at Casper, Wyo., son, while Mr. Boell worked with 1 this weekend, the state highway commission out . ofJeffer80n ' Mrs. Paul B. Mamer of WU- Mr.. Ray Spengler. a native of f> /"^^^"S 1 Egypt who taught with Mrs. Clyde JJ^Tw H 2 E Campbell in the American School I aum ' Mrs " Jl w " Mewer for Girls at Cairo, is expected here Saturday for a visit of several days in the Campbell home, She will come here from Akron, 0., where her husband, an Austrian, is transacting business. Mr. Spengler is Middle East representative of the Firestone Rubber Company. Mr. and Mrs. E. Dale Johnson left Saturday morning on a two* week vacation trip to Lincoln, Neb.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Phoenix and Tucson. Ariz. They L„H tJu T N A at ^ apld City !*i» visit relatives of Mr. Johnson !2'$» « S "«" where they; in Colorado Springs and r©kUv«« ww the Passion Play. iof Mrs. John wo at Tucson! Mr. and Mrs. Don Ales of Burbank. Calif., who had visited Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Osborne since Monday, left Friday morning for the home of Mr. Ales' father, Ray Ales, at Cedar Rapids, where they will stay over Labor Day. They will return from Cedar Rapids to their home. Don Ales is a nephew of Mr. .Osborne. , Mr. and Mrs. W. J, Wleland returned Friday night from D e s Moines, where they had visited their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Parenti, ajjd family since Wednesday. Now Is The Right now you should be thinking of sending your fall coats, suits and dresses to us tot thorough cleaning. Be ready for the first cool day of fall with like-new 'clothes, crisp and fresh, thoroughly cleaned. Use Our Convenient Drive-in Service SAVE 10% CLEANERS end LAUNDERERS the hostess committee. , A family night, which Mrs. Bruce E. Harriott was dining; scheduled to be held at the Car- 1 the bride, assisted in opening the room hostess. Mrs. Lavern Kohnke | ro n Country club on Labor Day, j gifts. „ ii u-j -u , ... * Monday, September 2, has been! For her traveling costume, the canceled. The cancellation is an-(bride selected a grey sheath dress nounced by Mrs. F. A. Dedrick of; with black trim and black accessories. * • * After September 14, the couple will live at Boulder, Colo., where Mr. Fogerty is transferring to the University of Colorado fofr three more years of study to receive his B. S. degrees in mechanical engineering and business management. A graduate of Lake View High School, he attended Iowa State College, Ames, for three years. He was employed this summer as a student engineer for the J. I. Case Company at Burling- Miss Myrtle Walden returned Thursday night from a vacation trip of nearly two weeks which she took with her brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. W. N, Walden of Des Moines. They spent most of the time in the Black Hills, driving to New Castle, Wyo., Lusk, Wyo., and Chadron, Neb., on the way back. At New Castle they visited Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Freeman and family. Mrs. Freeman is a niece of Miss Walden and W. N., .. . Walden. Mr. and Mrs. Walden re-! ton. turned from Carroll to Des Moines Friday afternoon. Linen was the only fabric priests were permitted to wear in ancient Egypt. His bride was graduated from St. Bernard High School, Breda, and the American Institute of Business in Des Moines. She is a member of Alpha Iota honorary sorority. SHARP WON! 352JJ CAftROU, IOWA

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