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September 4, 1957

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Personal Paragraphs 9ft-.. a*i Mn. ttefeert E. Pisrfley «st cfc&fcm Debbie. Kathy and t>c»* yHhanwd to Fremont, Neb., Mwsfcsjt after visiting Mr. and SfirjL -tteat White and family ever tit* wKskeod. Meary ?ferric «f Winona, Minn., is here to spend two weeks with her untie and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, before entering the College of St. Teresa at Winona. She was graduated from Kuemper High School in the spring. Weekend guests of Mrs. Roy Eastland and family were Mr. Eastlund's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Eastlund, and his sister, Mrs. Helen Valeika, of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Mescher and the latter's sister, Beldora Tacke, returned Monday night from a weekend visit with the Meschers' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Loui, and family at Davenport. St. Lawrence rummage sale, Central Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m.; Sept. 7, 9:00 a.m* Adv. Mr. and Mrs.. Cliff Onken and Mr. and Mrs. LesteT Schleisman are back from a five and <we-half day trip to Canada. Going by way of Bemidji and International Falls. Minn., they crossed into Canada at Fort Frances and drove north to Kenora, Ont., where they stayed over night. They spent two days fishing at Sioux Narrows and re- turnded by way of Fort Frances and Minneapolis, where they stopped overnight. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Worthington of Sioux City, formerly of Carroll, visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Baker and other friends over the weekend. Now Showing JAMES STEWART AOME MURPHY NIGHT PASSAGE Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Anderson and children, Sally and Jeffrey Louis, who spent more than two weeks with Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Anderson, left for their home at Verona, Pa., Tuesday morning. - 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. Timet Mould, Carroll, tews Wednesday, Sept. 4, 1957 Mr. and Mrs. George Conley and family moved Monday from 120 North Court Street into the residence at the southeast edge of Carroll vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Kokenge and family. Weekend guests of Mrs. George Foley and family were Mrs. John Roth and Mrs. Aimee Vreeland of Hastings, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. John Burke of Delmar, William Torpy of DeWitt and Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Foley and family of Mason City, all of whom came to attend funeral services for Joseph Lawler of Westside at Vail Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gronstal are returning Wednesday night from Des Moines, where Mr. Gronstal attended a bankers meeting. He is president of the Iowa State Bankers Association. - Starts Thursday - MAYOR OF NEW YORK! BEAU JAMES BOB HOPE-VERA MILES PAUL DOUGLAS /ILEX1S SMITH-DAMN Me&MlN Evenings at 7:00 & 9:05 P. M. CARROLL Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Kross were their sons-in- law and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kurth and children, Joey and Kathie, of Savanna, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allmon of Missouri Valley, and the Kross' son, Clarence Kross Jr. of Missouri Valley. Mr. and Mrs. George Neuerburg, daughters, Mary Jane and Darlene, and sons, Ronald, John and Jim, returned Monday from a vacation trip to California. Darlene, John and Jim, who had been with their uncle ancr~aunt, Mr. and "Mrs. Robert Jacobs, at Davis, Calif., since July 4, were joined there by their parents and Mary Jane and Ronald, who stopped on the way for an overnight visit with the Neuerburgs' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wright, at North Platte, Neb. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. John Nazaryk and family at Provo, Utah, on the way to and from the coast. While at Davis, the Neuerburg family visited Mrs. Neuerburg's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Balukoff, and' family. They were' joined for a weekend by their son, Glenn Neuerburg of the U. S. Air Force, who is stationed at Moffett Field, Calif. The family took trips to San Francisco and Orange, Calif., where they visited Mr. Neuerburg's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brower. While in San Francisco they went to Fisherman's Wharf and attended the Cinerama. They also visited the Browers* daughter, Mrs. Bob Lan Franco, and her sons, at Santa Ana. Knotts Berry Farm and Disneyland were among other places they saw before going to the home of Mrs. Neuerburg's brother. Tony Balukoff, and family at San Diego. They visited the San Diego Mission and went down to Tijuana, Mexico. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mieras and son, Robert, returned to their home at Mitchell, S. D„ Monday after visiting Mr. Mieras* mother, Mrs. Catherine R. Mieras, since Friday. BETROTHED , . , Mrs, Colette Bock of Carroll announces the engagement of her daughter, Janet, to Richard F. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Johnson of Omaha, Neb. Miss Bock recently graduated from Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's Hospital School of Medical Technology and will receive her B. S. degree, in Medical Technology from Crelghton University, Omaha. At present, she Is employed In the bacteriology department at St. Joseph's Hospital. She is affiliated with Theta Upsilon sorority. Mr. Johnson, attends Rochester Institute of Technology, Rochester, New York. The couple plans a December wedding. Rosary, Altar Society Has Guests at Meeting The sisters and lay teachers of SS. Peter and Paul's School were guests of the Rosary and Altar Society of the parish at the September meeting in the parish auditorium Tuesday night. They were Two Visitors Share Honors At Party Here Mrs. Catherine R. Mieras and Miss Wilma Mohler entertained a few friends at a dessert-bridge in Mrs. Mieras' home Tuesday night, honoring Mrs. J. L. Miner of El Centro, Calif., and Mrs. J. R. Byerly of Clearwater, Fla. Dessert and coffee were served at tables decorated with low bouquets of pink asters and pink cosmos in crystal vases. * * * Contract bridge was played at two tables, with Mrs, John E. Tucker winning the high score prize and Mrs. Ward Fisher of Glidden, low. The hostesses presented gifts to the two complimented guests. Mrs. L. Wess Entertains fo r Myrna Schulte Myrna Schulte of Breda, bride- elect of Orville J. Snyder of Auburn, was complimented at a miscellaneous shower given by Mrs. Larry Wess at her home here Tuesday evening. The lace-covered gift table was centered with a large bride doll, encircled with four white candles placed in alternation with blue and white asters in low crystal bowls. Miss Schulte was presented with a corsage by Mrs. Wess. * * * Barbara Wieland was the winner of the high score bunco prize and Miss Schulte, low. In another game, the prize was won by Mrs. Robert Ratigan of Auburn. Lunch was served at tables, for four. Nut cups were little blue and white umbrellas. Mrs. Wess was assisted in serving by her daughter, Sharon. * * * Guests besides those named were Mrs. Art Schulte, mother of the bride-elect, Mrs. Leo Heisterkamp and daughter, Jane, Breda; Mrs. Orville Geier and Mrs. Ed Snyder and daughter, Alvera, Auburn; Mrs. Norbert Nieland, Arcadia; Mrs. Laura Wieland, Mrs. Edward Wieland, Mrs. Robert Wieland and Mrs. Romaine Ludwig. Miss Schulte and Mr. Snyder will be married Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. St. Angela Class of 1950 Holds Reunion Nineteen of the 41 members of St. Angela Academy class of 1950 held a reunion in the form of a no-hostess dinner at Club 30 Saturday night. The nut cups were 5 !!? the class colors: Attending from out of town were: Mrs. Lawrence Neppl, Halbur; Mrs. Fritz Riesselman, Manning; Mrs. Evan Kuker, Lidderdale; Mrs. Gene Leiting, W e s t- side; Mrs. Phil Kennebeck and Mrs. Don Pletchette, Dedham; Mrs. Frank Vasques, Des Moines; Mrs. Paul Dutton, Red Oak; Mrs. John Brosnihan and Mrs. Marion Jones, Council Bluffs; Mrs. Eddie Britt, Humboldt; and Mrs. Leslie Butler, Topeka, Kan. Carroll was represented by Mrs. Laverne Pudenz, Mrs. Don Schechinger, Mrs. Don Hagedorn, Mrs. Gene Schieffer, Mrs. Joe Dalhoff, Ethel Sanders and Phyllis Drees. Letters were read from some of the members who were unable to attend. The class plans to hold a ten- year reunion in 1960. See the household auction ad on the Wat Ad page of this issue. , Adv Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson and son Paul attended funeral services at Alleman Saturday afternoon for Jacob Fausch, father- in-law of Mr. Halverson's- sister Mrs. Lawrence Fausch From Alleman they went to Des Moines and spent Sunday at the State Fair returning home Sunday night. A-lc Robert Krieg, who spent more than two weeks with his mother, Mrs. Alice Krieg, in Carroll, and brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Krieg r at Ames, left Tuesday to report back at the Fairchild Air Force Base in Washington. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berens are home after spending the past week vacationing in South Dakota and Denver and Derby, Colo. They visited Mrs. Berens' brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Holstein, at Derby. introduced and' presented with gifts. Approximately 175 members attended the meeting,, which was conducted by Mrs. Leo Brinkman, president. Further plans were made for the convention of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women to be held here Oct. 22. A letter was read from the staff services for Crippled Children, Iowa City, thanking the society for the use of the auditorium at the Crippled Children's Clinic here in June, * * * Announced as dates of coming events were a rummage sale under sponsorship of the September Circle Oct. 20 and 21; a luncheon and card party to be given by the October Circle Thursday afternoon, Sept. 12 in the parish hall, and an open deanery meeting at St. John's Hall in Arcadia Sept. 27. The program was given by Larry Jung, who demonstrated cake decorating. The cake which he decorated was given as a prize and was won by Mrs. Matt Hugeback. The Rev. Robert Kirschbaum spoke briefly. * * * Cake and coffee were served under chairmanship of Mrs. Marvin Pietig and Edna Masching. At the coffee services were Mrs. Robert Riocdan and Mrs. William Kuker. Mrs. Ray Winker, a new member, received the door prize. The' next meeting will be Tuesday night, Oct. 1. Girl Scout Council To Meet Sept. 19th The Girl Scout Council meeting for all leaders of Carroll troops, originally scheduled for Thursday evening, September 5, has been postponed until Thursday evening, September 19. The meeting place will be in the conference room of the Iowa Public Service Company. Two Hostesses Give Shower For Jenny L. Greteman (Time* Herald New. Sarrlee) TEMPLETON - Mrs. L. J. Greteman and daughter, Mrs. James Spieker, honored Jenny Lee Greteman, September bride-elect, at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening in Sacred Heart hall here. Bingo and other games were played and various prizes were awarded. * * * Guests attended from Templeton, Carroll and Dedham. After the bride-elect, assisted by her sister, Greta, had opened her gifts, a two-course lunch was served by the hostesses. An arrangement of garden flowers decorated the dining table. Miss Greteman and Vincent Beisch will be married at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 7, at Sacred Heart Church here. St. Joseph's Guild Plans Two Projects Members of the Senior lmmacu- lata Guild of St. Joseph's Church planned projects at their September meeting in the parish hall Tuesday night. One will be a breakfast to be served in the parish hall from 7 to 12 o'clock Sunday morning, September 8. under sponsorship of the September Circle. The other will be a bake sale at the Iowa Public Service Company office Oct. 5. * * * Last night's meeting was preceded by a 6:30 potluck supper. Arrangements were in charge of the September Circle, with Mrs. W. H. Meyer as chairman and Mrs. Leo Riley, co-chairman. Fall flowers decorated the tables. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Lampe, prefect, who reported on the South Central Deanery meeting of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women which she attended at Denison Friday. * • * The door prize was won by Mrs. \ Elverta Clark. A food auction followed the business session. „, The Rev. Robert Thiele, who attended as a guest, gave the closing prayer. The next meeting will be Tuesday night, Oct. 1. Wednesday- Methodist WSCS, church parlors. Presbyterian Church Circles: 1— Mrs, William H. Schnable; 2 Mrs. G. Smith Thomas; 3—Mrs/ Robert Richardson; 4 — Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; 5—Mrs. Clyde Casslll. Catholic Daughters, K. of C. hall. Wa-Tan-Ye Club, 7:30 p.m., Farm Bureau building. t , 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. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Country Club. Monday— > Trinity Guild, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. Three-Star Rating To B. S. P. Sorority Epsilon Chi Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi Sorority is again a three-star chapter of the International organization. A letter of notification was read to chapter members at their first fall meeting If Its a Pandora Sweater.... It's a Winner And here are three winners of Pandora sweaters from EUerbroek's Children's Dept.: Pandora Sweater Winners Mrs. John J. Roich, Dedham, Iowa Kriety Lu Sievert, Auburn, Iowa Mrs. Martin H. Miller, Das Moints, Iowa Ellerbroek' of Carroll The Winner The following girls are winners of a famous Princess Pam sweater: Princess Pam Sweater Winners Joleen Ertz, Halbur, Iowa Diane Diers, Arcadia, Iowa Madonna Foley, Westside, Iowa Kathleen Daniel, Lidderdale, Iowa Marian Patterson, Westside, Iowa Mary Joan Morrison, Carroll, Iowa You Too Can Be a Winner If You Wear a Princess Pam Sweater Pictured $8.98 Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Wegner visited Sunday in Council Bluffs with Mr. Wegner's brother, Ed Wegner, and family. Ed Wegner, a former Carroll resident, was released recently after two weeks in Jennie Edmundson Hospital where he underwent treatment for two broken legs, two broken ankles and two broken vertebrae sustained in a fall from a ladder. See the household auction ad on the Want Ad page of this issue. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Doran Brogden and daughter, Marcia, are home from a 10-day" trip to- Colorado. They visited Mrs. Brogden's uncle, Guy Rockwell, at Denver, and spent part of the time camping in Estes Park. Rita Simons Is Bride of Darwin Meister Wedding vows were exchanged by Rita Simons, daughter of Mrs. Ed Simons and the late Mr. Simons of Dexter, and Darwin Meister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meister of Carroll, in a 9:30 ceremony Monday morning, Aug. 26, at All Saints Church in Stuart. The Rev. E. R. O'Donnell officiated at the double ring service. The bride wore a white floor- length gown of embroidered tulle over net over satin, with sequin sweetheart neckline. The long sleeves extended to points over the wrists. A crown of pearls and sequins held her fingertip veil. She carried a white camellia with lilies-of-the-valley and detachable corsage of lilies-of-the valley and an orchid camellia. She also carried a white prayerbook, t h e bridegroom's gift. As the choir sang "Mother at Thy Feet I'm Kneeling," the bride placed a bouquet of white carnations on the Blessed Virgin's altar. • * » Mrs. John Pawletzki of Carroll, \ sister of the bride, was matron of honor. She wore a dress of pastel blue chiffon over net over satin. Her matching headdress was fashioned of braid, flowers and net. Mary Downey of Omaha, friend of the couple, was bridesmaid and Mrs. Alvin Riesenberg of Carroll, sister of the bridegroom, brides- matron. Their'gowns and headdresses were identical to those of the matron of honor. Miss Downey wore pastel pink and Mrs. Riesenberg, pastel yellow. The attendants carried white carnations centered w{th mums in colors matching their gowns. Charlotte Wheeler, niece of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a dress of all-white net over organdy with net neckline and sleeves. Clusters of white roses were at the neckline and midway on the skirt. She wore a band, of | tiny baby rosebuds of blue and carried a bouquet of white carnations tied with white satin ribbon. Larry Riesenberg, nephew of the bridegroom, carried the rings tied on a white satin pillow with white lace and white satin ribbon. * * * Loras Baumhover of Omaha, friend of the couple was best man. Elmer Bedford of Carroll, friend of- the couple, and Gene Simons of Dexter, brother of the bride, were groomsmen. Vincent Simons of Booneville, brother of the bride, and Linus Roth of Carroll, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, ushered. Dinner was served at noon to the members of the immediate families in the church basement, with a reception from 2 to 5 for approximately 125 guests. T he three-tiered cake, decorated in the bride's colors, was topped with a heart-shaped design centered with rosebuds and two gold bands. * * * After Sept. 3, Mr. and M r s. Meister will be home at 4630 South 34th St., in Omaha. The bride is employed at Clarkson Memorial Hospital and the bride- i groom, at Omaha Standard Body Co. The couple took a wedding trip! to Colorado. • j The bride is a graduate of St. i Bonaventura High School at Co-' lumbus. The bridegroom attend-! ed St. Bernard's School in Breda. He spent two years in army service, with 18 months in Korea. T.O.B. Club Opens Season All the members of the T.O.B. Club, including Mrs. J. R. Byerly of Clearwater, Fla., attended the group's first fall meeting in Mrs. Frank Baker's home Tuesday afternoon. Preceding the contract bridge games, dessert and coffee were served at the individual tables" which were centered with mixed 1 garH« n flowers in ruby glass, vases. ivirs. Andy Krapfl was the winner of the high score prize; Mrs. J Paul N. Heires, second high; Mrs. Don Hillyer, low; and Mrs. John Stammeyer, second low. Mrs. Baker presented Mrs. Byerly with a gift. The club will meet at Mrs. John E. Tucker's home Tuesday afternoon, Sept. 17. in Mrs. Roger Campbell's home Tuesday night. To rate a three • star chapter, qualifications are based on community service, membership and attendance. * * • The evening's lesson on "Introductions and Invitations" was given by Mrs. Howard Kelly, who discussed formal and informal introductions, tellings how to put two or more people at ease, and explaining how an i n t r o d u c- tion should be acknowledged with a cordial word or two, leading into conversation. Mrs. Kelly asked questions concerning how to introduce an elderly person to a younger person and how to introduce a distinguished person to a group. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Wilber Walkup, president. Plans were discussed for the chapter's rushing program and for the addressing of the cancer magazine, "New Horizons." Coffee and cookies were served, with Mrs. Edward. Vogel at the coffee service. Attending were 10 members and one guest. Mrs. G. C. Scott. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Doran Bsogden's home Tuesday night, Sept. 17. Dinner and Program for Templeton CDA (Time. Herald Newt Sertfee) TEMPLETON - The Rev. Lee- Lenz, superintendent of Kuemper High School, will tell members of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, about his recent trip to South America, at the group's meeting Thursday evening, Sept. 5, in the church basement at Templeton. The meeting will be preceded by a 6:30 potluck dinner. SOFTIST SHOIS" YOU'V! IVII WOINI . "SNOOKS" $12 .95 BUek Sued* — Black Calf Brown Sued* — Brown Calf Red Calf T« le S«rt" You're GeWlrif the IMI tVtdtM KHttni ^ INDERSONBROQ Jjg • " , ; ;. iva COMPANY, "SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY" Randy Eich of Templeton Has Birthday Party (Timet Herald >ew» Service) MANNING - Mrs. Harold Eich of Templeton entertained in honor of her son Randy's third birthday Sunday afternoon. Games were played before lunch was served. Guests were: Carol, Craig, Danny and Allen Wernimont, Rusty and Diane,Steinkamp, Cathy Textor, Barbara and Billy Eich, Rosemary Mulry and Terry Eich, brother of Randy. Guests at the Paul Peters home on Labor Day were Mr. Peters' brother and sister-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Edward J. Peters of Washington, D. C. They are spending a two-week vacation, at Edward J. Peters Sr. home in Denison. Misses Louise and Elsie Handy of Boone were weekend guests of Mrs. R. H. Lott. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bayliss.. St. Lawrence rummage sale, pentral Food Market, Sept. 6, 1:00 p.m.; Sept. 7, 9:00 a.m. Adv. Now Showing TEEN-AGER FACES THE FACTS OF LIFE! UAMES 31 CAGNEY BARBARA jOTWCK THESE WILDER YEARS - Starts Thursday - YOU* iYIS HAVE NtVU OPffVfP ± 0 t\, Wt»Md thru Unit* Artu* Optn 7:00 P. M. First Shew at Dusk! Close at 9 :30 P.M. 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