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Personal Paragraphs Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Pascoe and sons, Dick and Larry, returned Sunday from Lake Okoboji where Dr. and Mrs. Pascoe and Larry had been on vacation for three weeks. They were joined August 18 by Dick Pascoe when he returned from summer school at Northwestern University, Evanston, ni. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. White, sons, Tim and Joe, and daughter, Martha, came home Monday night from Lake Okoboji, where Mrs. White and family spent the summer in a cottage on Manhattan Beach, Mr. White joining them for weekends. St. Lawrence rummage sale, Central Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m.; Sept. 7, 9:00 a.m. For pickups call 9943 or 2559. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Merldith and son, Jerry, returned Monday from a. vacation trip of more than two weeks. They visited Mr. Mcr- idith's twin brother in Virginia, 111., Mrs. Meridith's mother at Three Lakes. Wis., and Mr. Meridith's sister in Sidney, Mont. They returned by way of the Black Hills and the Badlands. vSt. Lawrence rummage sale, Central Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m.; Sept. 7, 9:00 a.m. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Anthofer of Ozone Park, N. Y., arrived Monday to spend a month's vacation with relatives here. Mr. Anthofer is a nephew of the Rev. Louis Anthofer. Mrs. Anthofer is the former Catherine Scharfenkamp. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Lockhart and son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Lockhart, returned home Sunday night, after vacationing for a week at Lake Mary, out of Alexandria. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hunter of I Omaha visited Mr. and Mrs. Ro- j bert A. Wright Sunday on their j way to St. Paul, Minn., to attend i the convention of the Northwest | Hotel Association. Mr. Hunter is i editor of the Midwest Hotel Re- J porter. Mrs. Hunter is q grand! daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. ',W._S-.-Knepper of Carroll, YOUR VISION a continuing series of articles prepared for newspapers as a public service . . . By DR. JAMES R. GREGG, Optometrist Vision and Athletics Six players on a pennant winning baseball club wore glasses. Without them these capable athletes, with fat batting averages and tight fielding records, could not have made the team. A well-known major league player admitted, "I need a small lens correction for my astigmatism but I can't wear it because the manager will think I have weak eyes." This attitude is fortunately the exception; players and coaches have come to realize that glasses do not indicate physical "weakness," nor that vision is inadequate for sports. The athlete today need no longer be bothered by bulky and dangerous glasses. which are hot, cumbersome, and even restrict his view. Good vision is possible in all kinds of sports with modern lenses and frames. The newest, development is the plastic lens, tough, lightweight, and unbreakable; it even resists fogging up. Fit in a strong metal OE plastic frame, it will stay in place when the action is fast. Safety-hardened glass lenses have been used for years. They are heavier than ordinary lenses, but provide complete safety from breakage. Contact lenses are perfect for the athlete. Eye injury is impossible; they cannot be displaced; and they do not interfere in the roughest activity. Many colleges are providing them for their bespectacled athletes. Sports require a high degree of visual skills — superior depth perception, accurate eye coordination, instantaneous focus. Many of these things can be improved by vision training. The mediocre-athlete might become* star if his vision were better adapted to his job. Copyright, 1983 Virion Comervatlon Institute Sponsored for Public Information by the Following Optometrists Dr. John E. Martin Dr. Rex W. Hinson Dr. O. M. O'Connor Bridal Shower Is Given For Miss Wernimont A prenuptial party Sunday night at Mrs. Walter Seyller's home near Manning honored Shirley Wernimont of Carroll. Mrs. Seyller's co- hostoss was Mrs. Richard Skalla of Scranton, sister j>f the bride- elect, Guests in addition to Miss Wernimont's mother, Mrs. Joe Wernimont, and sister. Marilyn of Carroll, and Mrs. Albert Rupiper and daughter, Margie, of Templeton were sisters, sisters-in-law and cousins of the bride-elect. Mrs. Rupiper is the mother of Glenn Rupiper of Rochester, Minn., Miss Wernimont's fiance. * * * Prizes in various games were won by Mrs. William Schenkelberg Jr., Mrs. Rupiper, Mrs. Virgil Wernimont, Jean Wernimont and the bride-elect. Other guests were Mrs. Don Wernimont, Mrs. Ralph Bellinghausen, Mrs, Viotor Wernimont, Mrs. Floyd Wernimont, Mrs. Vincent Kohorst, Joleen Kohorst, Lorraine Hagemann and Phyllis Mae Wernimont. The bride-elect was presented j with a corsage by the hostesses.' Her colors of beige and old gold were, carried out in the decorations. The main dining table was' centered with daisies in the twoi colors. Miniature sprinkling cans were the nut cups. "Mrs. Vincent Kohorst assisted the hostesses in serving a two- course lunch. * * * Miss Wernimont was given a miscellaneous shower. The gift table, decorated in her colors, featured an umbrella and bride doll. Miss Wernimont and Mr. Rupiper -will be married at 8:30 Saturday morning, Sept. 14, at the St. Lawrence Church here. Ryan-Niehaus Nuptials Read in Church Rites Wedding vows were taken by Leota Niehaus and Llewellyn Ryan in a 9 o'clock service at the St. Lawrence Church here Monday morning, Sept. 2. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Niehaus and Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Ryan. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Patrick Nooney. Bouquets of. white gladioli and blue carnations decorated the altar. St. Lawrence adult choir, under the direction of Mrs. Al Bruch, sang the mass, "O Quam Suavis Est" by Joseph j. McGrath and Eastern Star Ends Vacation Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, opened its fall meetings at a regular session in the Masonic Temple Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Andrews, worthy patron and matron, presided. Mrs. Vyrle Eckard joined the chapter by affiliation from Evening Star Chapter at Jefferson. * * * Lunch was served in the dining room under chairmanship of Mrs. Eugene Osborne. Fall flowers and fruits decorated the buffet tab]e_ and fall berries and flowers, the tahle at which the group was seated. The next meeting will be Monday night, Oct. 7. Club Party Is Farewell for Mrs. Eastlund Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Keith entertained the 8 Belles at their home; Saturday night, honoring Mrs. Roy! Eastlund, who is leaving Carroll j soon to live in Denver, Colo. j Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert E, Findley of Fremont, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Parks of Omaha, former members of the club, and Mr. Eastlund's sister, Mrs. Helen Valeika of Sioux City. * * * The club presented Mrs. Eastlund with the group's traditional parting gift and gave the Keiths a housewarming gift, as they moved recently into their home at 520 West 15th Street. Mrs. Eastlund and family will soon join Mr. Eastlund at Denver, where he is employed in the meat department of Miller's Food. 4 Time* Herald, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, Sept. 3, 1957 Mrs. J. C. Helder returned Sunday night from Wichita, Kan., where she had visited her nephew and wife, Mr, and Mrs. William Pielsticker, and family, since Wednesday. She flew from Omaha to Wichita and back to Omaha. PENNEY'S A IWAYS FIRS T Q U A I 1 T Y ! SHOP PENNEY'S You Can't Afford Not To! NOW NO-IRON DRAW DRAPES fabulous sheer Trulon net in fresh colors, gay prints . • • many with golden touches! Smart draperies, just right for the carefree days ahead. Airy rayoni^et soft pastels, with hints of gold for accent. Hand wash, and if you drip dry them carefully on the rod,, they need no ironing. Terrific Tru|on finish means they keep their lhape, fjo stretching. Fine values!, 48 inche* wide, 90 inches long Jdke Berschied's 93rd Birthday Is Celebrated In honor of Jacob Berschied's 93rd birthday a family reunion dinner was held Sunday at the home of his son, George Berschied. A three-tiered birthday cake was served with dessert. Among members of the immediate family in addition to Mr. and Mrs. George Berschied. and daughters, Betty of Des Moines, Joyce, Wanda and Barbara at j home, were: Mr. and Mrs. Wes- I ley Nowotny, son-in-law and ' daughter . of the guest of honor, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nowotny and children, Raymond, Linda and Jeanette of Victor; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hand of Chicago, son-in- law and daughter of the Wesley Nowotnys; Matt Berschied of Minneapolis, Minn., son of the guest of honor; Mr. and Mrs. John Berschied of Mt. Rose, S. D., son and daughter-in-law of Jacob Berschied, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Berschied and daughter, Bonnie, of Sioux Falls, S. D., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Al Morgan, and daughter, Darla, of Junction City, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nowotny of Victor, their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Nowotny, and sons, Randy and Marty, of Victor, their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wagner, of Cedar Rapids, and son-in-law and daughter,' Mr. and Mrs. George Weiss, and daughters, Gayle and Gloria, of Deep River. Other relatives were Mr. and Mrs. Jake Gardner of Odebolt, LeRoy Folgerson of Des Moines and Jerry Scott of Ft. Riley, Kan. Several ot the group were weekend visitors in the George Berschied home. County Meeting Of Legion Auxiliary At Manning Friday A county meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary will be held at 8 o'clock Friday night, Sept. 6, in the American Legion hall at Manning. The Manning unit will be the hostess group. St. Lawrence rummage sale, Central Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m.; Sept. 7, 9:00 a.m. Adv. "Ave Maria" by the Rev. Ignatius M. Wilkens, O.F.M., at the offertory. The chanters sang the "Proper of the Nuptial Mass" by Carlo Rossini. The organ processional was by S. de Roulers and recessio'nal by Alex Guilmant. * • * The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an all- white floor-length gown of nylon tulle and embroidered nylon over satin. The bodice featured a Queen Anne collar and long sleeves tapering to points. The bouffant skirt's front panel of embroidered nylon had satin-edged cascading tulle ruffles to form a whisper train. An embroidered nylon bustle completed the gown. The bride's fingertip veil of nylon tulle was caught to a half- pillbox style headdress, embroidered with iridescents and pearls, which were also used in the side clips. On top of her white Chantilly lace-covered prayer book was a detachable white orchid with purple throat in white trenched carnations with net and streamers. Maid of honor was the bride's twin sister, Letha Niehaus. Brides- matrons were her sisters, Mrs. Leslie Butler of Topeka, Kan., and Mrs. Wayne Andrews of Storm Lake. Junior bridesmaid was the bride's niece, Barbara Jo Andrews of Storm Lake. They wore gowns of white Chantilly lace and net over taffeta with torso waists, three-quarter length lace sleeves and full skirts of lace and net ruffles with blue satin sashes. The attendants' headdresses were small plateaus of Chantilly lace edged with pleated tulle and tiny seed pearls. The maid of honor and bridesmatrons carried half-moon cascades of American Beauty roses with white ribbons and tulle. The junior bridesmaid carried a small white crocheted umbrella filled with American beauty sweet peas, lilies-of-the- valley and fern leaves. * * * James Schwabe, friend of the bridegroom, was best man. Jack Mobley, a friend, and Wayne Andrews of Storm Lake, brother-in- law of the bride, were groomsmen. Don Niehaus of LeHillier, Minn., and Merle Niehaus, brothers of the bride, seated the guests. After mass, as the choir sang "Hail! Holy Queen, Enthroned Above" by P. Piel, the bride: placed an arm bouquet of white J pompons tied with blue satin on j the Blessed Virgin's altar. T h e > bride carried a mother-of-pearl ro- \ sary, which was given to her by I the bridegroom, who carriet a jet j rosary, a gift from the bride. The mothers of the bride and groom wore dark fall dresses with dark accessories and corsages of white gardenias. The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast in the home of the bride's parents. * * * Approximately 65 guests were entertained at dinner in the St. Lawrence hall, where a reception for an additional 125 guests was held in the afternoon. The bridal table was centered with a four- tiered cake decorated in the bride's colors. Mrs. O. R. Andrews was dining room hostess. Dinner was prepared by Mrs. Ray Vanderheiden, Mrs. Larry Wess, Mrs. Bertha Olberding, Mrs. Lawrence Wieland and Mrs. Louis Bueltel. Dorothy Drees, Janet Conklin, Mary Nervig, Gloria Venteicher. Judy Lafferty and Mardelle Odendahl, friends and classmates of the bride, served. Janet Haubrich attended the guest book and Mary Ann Pick- hinke, the gift book. The couple left on a week's trip in southwestern states, the bride wearing a black sheath dress with black and white jacket and matching accessories. * * * After Sept. 8, Mr. and Mrs. Ryan will live at 306 North Main Street, Carroll. The bride graduated from Kuemper High School in 1957 and the bridegroom, from Carroll High School in 1955. Mr. Ryan is a grocery clerk at the Safeway Store and his bride, a clerk at Kelly's Jewelry. , 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. Presbyteriari Church Circles: 1— Mrs. William H. Schnable; 2 Mrs. G. Smith Thomas; 3—Mrs. Robert Richardson; 4 — 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- County meeting, American Legion Auxiliary, Manning. Jeanne Humphrey Wed In Afternoon Ceremony TAKE WEDDING VOWS .... Roselyn Wessling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling of Coon Rapids, and Sp. 3 Leo J. Seidi, son of Mrs. Vera Seidl of Dedham and the late Henry Seidl, were married August 28 at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham. They will live at 417 West Yandel Aptg., El Paso, Tex. Sp. 3 Seidl, who enlisted in the U. S. Army In October, 1955, is stationed at Fort Bliss, Tex. (Paige & Paige Photo) Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Robert Glasses The tenth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Glass was observed at a potluck dinner Sunday noon on the lawn of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wittry's home in Maple River. In the group with Mr. and Mrs. Glass and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wittry were: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Wittry and daughter, Lois Ann, Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Venner and family, Breda, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe M. Tegels and family, Carroll. Moving pictures and other pictures of the family group were taken in the afternoon. * * * Later, an anniversary cake was served with ice cream. The cake, decorated with the wedding picture of Mr. and Mrs. Glass, was trimmed in peach and green, the bridal colors ten years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Glass were presented with a gift. Jeanne Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Humphrey of Carroll, and John C- MacAlpine, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. MacAlpine Jr. of Swarthmore, Pa., were married at 4 o'clock Saturday afternoon, August 31, in the First Presbyterian Church here. Mr. Humphrey gave his daughter in marriage at the double ring ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Walter E. Schiel. Mrs, Ronald Ream, organist, played the Andante Theme from Tschaikov- sky's Fifth Symphony and Mendelssohn's Recessional. Maid of honor was the bridegroom's sister, Jane MacAlpine, of Swarthmore. Bridesmatrons were the bride's sisters, Mrs. William Swan of Upland, Calif., and Mrs. John W. Drees. Men of the wedding party were Dick Kuhl of Council Bluffs, best man, and John Innes of Council Bluffs and John W. Drees, groomsmen. • * * The bride wore a gown of simple lines, fashioned of nylon tulle over faille taffeta. The fitted bodice, scooped low in the back, was topped by folded nylon tulle, forming brief sleeves and outlining the portrait neckline. The back-swept floor-length skirt featured a scroll of taffeta tubing sprinkled with small, cut velvet roses and leaves in front. A large butterfly bow, centered with a cluster of the same roses, highlighted the back. The Courtesy for Mrs. Baldwin As a courtesy for Mrs. Raleigh Baldwin of Arlington, Va.. ,Mrs. John E. Gnam and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner entertained a few friends at a 10 o'clock brunch at Hotel Burke Saturday afternoon. A bou- j quet of bronze and yellow mums i decorated the table. | The hostesses presented a gift to i Mrs. Baldwin, who was a guest in | the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. „and Mrs. Archie Gietz. bride's shoulder - length veil fell from a taffeta band across the back of her head. The only decor was a cluster of roses at each temple. She carried a double cluster of pearl grapes with a diamond pin, belonging to the bridegroom's grandmother, centered in a white velvet bow. * * + The bridal attendants were identically attired in street-length dresses of turquoise blue floral chintz under matching chiffon, made on princess lines with sculptured halter necklines. Flat bow headbands of chiffon and matching shoes completed their ensembles. The maid of honor carried wisteria blue grapes and the brides­ matrons, citron-yellow grapes, A reception for 100 guests in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke followed the church service. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. MacAlpine will live at 3722 37th, Des Moines. * * » The bride, a graduate of Carroll High School and Iowa State College, Ames, is an elementary art teacher in Des Moines. Her sorority is Delta Delta Delta. Mr. MacAlpine, a mechanical engineering student, is in his fifth year at Iowa State College, Ames. He is affiliated with Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. Showing Thru Tuesday . Descendants of Late John Olerich Join for a Reunion The family of the late John Olerich held a reunion picnic in Graham Park Sunday, with about 80 relatives from Des Moines, and from Carroll, Sac and Calhoun | counties attending. A picnic din- n<f and supper were served. The afternoon was spent visiting. Potluck Dinner To Open Meeting, Catholic Daughters The September meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of .America, will open with a 6:30 potluck dinner in the Knights of Columbus hall Wednesday, Sept. 4. Officers will be installed during the regular meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gronstal and children, Gretchen,' Carol and Tom, returned Monday night from their summer home at Spirit Lake. Mrs. Gronstal and children had been there since mid-June, Mr. Gronstal joining them for the weekends. Rosalie Gnam is home from Council Bluffs, where she spent part of the summer with her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. William Justesen, while working' in the office of the auditor of Pottawattamie County, Miss Gnam, who was graduated from Carroll High School in May, will enter Iowa State College, Ames, Sept. 14. "Share Our Fun at the Gift Market' Just Across the Street Northwest Of the Hotel Burks MUSICAL MADONNA! A thoughtful gift idea that will always mean much to the receiver .". . exquisitely detailed, beautifully hand painted .'. . from this lovely watchful figure comes the soft strains of Gounod's "Ave Maria," One of many figurines In the HUMMEL line, A GIFT YOU'LL GIVE PROUDLY: Or one you'll want to keep to decorate your own walls, . . Framed Miniatures, in pairs, also 6x8 inch.—HUMMEL designs. THE FINEST ASSORTMENT OF WOVEN BASKETS ANYWHERE: The newest openwork basket tray . . . when not in use it can decorate your wall. Serving trays in the shape of Christmas Trees and Stars. A Parasol to be hung on the wall — sewing baskets — coaster and napkin, rings -— all with a hundred uses. RUSTIC WILLOW BASKETS IN ASSORTED SIZES: Attractive by the fireplace to hold the logs you'll use on those cold winter nights . . . use it as a magazine raqk . , . smaller sizes can be used in floral arrangements or In serving. A MUST FOR THE GOURMET: Dramatic simplicity, emphasized by a lustrous glaze, these white china CRUET BOTTLES are truly a wanted item by every connoisseur of fine foods. Other pieces to match are bottles for cooking wines (brandy, etc.) sugar and creamers ... covered sauce dishes ... syrup or melted butter pitchers. An Open Letter to the watch buyers of Carroll If you've been yearning for a beautiful as well as unusual watch, here's an opportunity you oughtn't to miss! We have just received a shipment of the Most Beautiful Watches Since Time Began! The smartest modern designs you ever saw! Watches with the new "Horizon Look"—a sparkling crystal that extends to the very edge of the watqh and makes the dial look bigger, more readable, without increasing the actual size! These exciting new timepieces are 23-jewel "Per s o n a 1 i t y- Styled" Lord and Lady Elgin watches. Every one styled individually with a definite personality in mind. They're wonderful watches, wonderful buys! Our selection includes shock-resistant, waterproof and self-winding watches, lovely Elgin Petites, and best-sellers like the Nite-Glo dial and the Elgin Direct Reading watch. Drop in and see theni any time, > Leehr & Shriver Jewflori NIGHT PASSAGE A uNivnuiitnttNAiiONtt HCTUM Starts Thursday MAYOR OF NEW YORK! BEAU JAMES SUr>*| BOB HOPE • VERA MILES PAUL DOUGLAS ALEXIS SMITH-DARREN McGAVIN Evenings at 7:00 & 9:05 P. M. CARROLI Showing Thru Wednesday . , . TEEN-AGER FACES THE FACTS OF LIFE! M-O-M xJAMESCAGW THESE WILDER YEARS -Starts Thursday roun tYtsHAvt NIV£R OMttD W/DM WITH xAGj, * URRQR AND 441 mmmmi RtlUMd thru United Artist*, ( Optn 7:00 P. M. First Show at Dusk! Close at 9:30 P. M. CARROLI OUTDOOR T Hi A I Rt

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