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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Garden Show At Lake City Sept. 14-15th. (TtmM Herttd Kent Semee) LAKE CITY - "Autumn's Palette" i« the theme of the Lake City Garden Club's fall flower show to be held at the Community building here Saturday and Sunday. Sept. 14 and 15, according to Mrs. Ann Walters and Mrs. William Davenport, show chairmen. Doors will be open to the public from 2 to 9 p.m. Saturday and from 2 to 4 p.m. Sunday. Exhibits must be in place by 11 a.m. Saturday. This year's show features seven sections including the usual flower sections: also a fruit and vegetable section. Mrs. Donald Bass of Sac City will judge the flowers, D. D. Hammond of Lake City will be fruit and vegetable judge. * * * Section A Includes specimen blooms of single and double asters, crested and plumed coxcomb, chrysanthemums, cosmos, dahlias, delphinium, gladioli in many colors, marigolds, gallar- dia, daisy, hemerocallis, salvia, verbena, nasturtium, calendula, pansies, scabiosa, snapdragons, roses 'floribunda, poiyantha, hybrid teas), zinnias, petunias, flowers other than mentioned, herb collection. In Section B are house plants, coleus, gloxinia, dish garden, ferns, cacti or succuleftts, philodendron, ivy, other vines and unusual plants. Section C includes a .number' of suggested arrangements. Section D, Tables, includes picnic, coffee, buffet, autumn dinner and anniversary table, service for two in each case. Section £ is for, junior gardeners, - arrangements and house plants. Section F, Vegetables and Fruit, calls for three specimens in most cases: cabbage, onions, green peppers, tomatoes (red and yellow), beets, carrots, potatoes,' cucumbers, squash, beans (1, pint), apples, pears, grapes, peaches, apricots, watermelon, muskmelon. There is no erttry fee. The public is invited to exhibit and to attend. Gold Star Meeting Of Manning Post's Legion AuxiIiary (Timet Herald Tfewt Service) MANNING — A regular meeting of the Manning__unit.- American Legion Auxiliary, will be held Tuesday evening, Sept. 10, when Gold Star members will be honor-, ed. .Mrs. Joe Wefss is Gold Starl chairman. Social Calendar Friday- County meeting, American Legion Auxiliary, Manning. Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Country Club. Monday- Trinity Guild, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses. 8 p.m., Nurses Home. Monday Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Mrs. W. J. Wieland. Hotel Burke. Tuesday— Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus. Women golfers' handicap tournament, Country Club. Wednesday- Carroll County SUI alumni club. Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. Past Noble Grands Association, Mrs. Fred Schaefer. Grant Township Homemakers Club guest day, Amber Room, Club 30. Toastmistress Club, Gold Room, Hotel Burke. Educational Program Studied By the Ladies Aid Pastor Harold Kieck led a discussion on the educational program of the Lutheran Church at the September meeting of the Ladies Aid Society In the parlors of St. Paul's Lutheran Church Thursday afternoon. * * * The meeting, which opened with the hymn, "0 Word of God Incarnate," continued with the reading of scripture from the book of Proverbs by Pastor Kieck who also offered prayer. * * • In the business session, conducted by Mrs. Albert Janssen, president, plans were made for the annual hamburger supper to be held in the church basement Sunday, Oct. 6, beginning at 5 p.m. The society voted to give $50 toward the mission festival of the local church, to be held Sept. 29. Announcement was made of the fall rally of the Carroll zone of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League at Audubon Sept. 23. * * * Lunch was served at a long table decorated with yellow and bronze garden flowers. On the hostess committee were Mrs. Janssen, Mrs. Larry Jung and Mrs. Vic Jons. Several Carroll guests were present. The next meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 3. Edward Ramseys Of Manning to Hold Open House Sunday (Timet Herald New* Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs-Fid, ward H. Ramsey of Manning will entertain at open house in the Legion Hall at Manning Sept. 8, in the afternoon, in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. fcNGAGED ... Mr. and Mrs. Edgar S. Bradley of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter, Janet Lea, to William G. Ackerman, son of Mr. and Mrs. William E. Ackerman of Boone. Miss Bradley and her fiance are students at Buena Vista College In Storm Lake. Glennis Campbell And Kay Eastlund Are Given Farewell Two girls who are moving away from Carroll, Glennis Campbell and Kay Eastlund, were honored at a slumber party given by Laurette Leffingwell at her home Thursday night. Other guests were Kit Weaver and Gretchen Gronstal. Laurette's mother. Mrs. Larry Leffingwell, served breakfast Friday morning. Glennis .and Kay were presented with parting gifts. Kiddie Matinee - Saturday Gene Autry in "Loaded Pistols PLUS CARTOONS AND COMEDY Open at 1:30 p. m. CARROLL Starts Sunday tiimliihi . JO* CentuiyJta Cfery stent Pebofeh Kerr : on the French Riviera, across an ocean ' and all over New York in LsoMoBany's An Attair 40 Remember • em »m NHMI • Urn 0 U* • CM* W.». Ft** Mm -am mmi ^ gam m * IEO mm Continuous Show Sunday Doprs Open at 1:00 p. nil Regular Admission Prices! ( Showing Now thru Saturday I Bob Hope in "Beau James I Mrs. E. M. Jacobs, who spent several weeks with her daughter and son. Opal and Hubert Jacobs, at Cleveland, Ohio, returned home Thursday evening. John T. Anderson returned Thursday evening from Chicago, where he spent nearly a week with his son, Harry G. Anderson. Miss Marguerite Dow of Spencer is coming Friday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Lehman and daughter, Kathy, until Monday night. Double Feature CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Sun. thru Wed. • Temptation ' and Terror •/NAKED PARADISE IN WIDE VISION COLOR Richard DENNING.Beverly GARLAND A butt rrMsttttf *Ai taNffctf hrimiiiMit MttM — HIT NO. 2 — NAKED FURY...and death strtid on tht anthill! John Marl* Touch AGAR • ENGLISH • CONNORS »»» MVM0ND HAnON • * XI MOWCIien lUtvtirt Pntoun- CHMKS I. IY0HIII •»< I OUCH MNKOIt hrtwrt to UII0MOON > OfcKM k> C0W1M I HOI Ml UHt'UH WUIKATIOdW, HCIUM Open at 7 p. m. Box Office Closes at 9:30 p. m. ENDS SATURDAY "Shark Fighters" In Color Miss Wemimont Complimented at A Bridal Shower Mrs. Floyd Wemimont entertained at • her home Thursday night, honoring her sister-in-law, Shirley Wemimont, September bride-elect. Games were played and prizes awarded to the winners before Miss Wemimont opened her miscellaneous shower gifts. Lunch was served at. the dining table, which was appointed in beige and old gold, the colors of the bride-elect. An old gold lace cloth with beige background covered the table. The floral centerpiece and favors were also in £he bridal colors. Mrs. Wemimont was assisted In serving by her mother, Mrs. Joe Greteman, and Marilyn Wemi­ mont. A draw prize was won by Miss Wemimont,. who was also presented with a corsage by her hostess. * * * Guests included Mrs. Donald Wilberding, Arcadia; Margie Rupiper, Templeton; Mrs. Art Greteman, Mrs. Ed Vogel, Janie Kerwin, Dorothy Werner, Joan Hannasch, Martha Tigges, lone Beckman and Marilyn Wemimont. Miss Wemimont will marry Glenn t Rupiper of Rochester, Minn., Saturday morning. Sept. 14, at the St. Lawrence Church. Tlmoi Huratd, Carroll, lowi Friday, Sopt. 6, 1957 Fortnitely Club Installs Officers At Opening Meet (Time* Herald N>w» Servlre) WESTSIDE — The first meeting of the Fortnitely Club was held Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Otto Massman. Mrs. Massman and Mrs. Hubert Wilken were hostesses. Installation of officers was held with the following installed: Mrs. Massman, president; Mrs. Harold Kracht, vice president; Mrs. Wilken, secretary; and Mrs. Ray Peters, treasurer. . The meeting opened with the club collect read in unison and the pledge of allegiance. Prayer was offered by Mrs. Maynard Terrell. v The theme of this year's study is "Iowa." The club has a membership of 19 this year. A special feature by Mrs. Frances Lawler on "An Iowa Quiz" was won by Mrs. Agnes Frank. * * * Roll call was answered with historical dates of Iowa by 17 members. The program was given by Mrs. E. 0. Schuman on "History of Iowa." Guests were Mrs. David Kerwin and Rhonda of Bakersfield, Calif.; Mrs. Vern Wilken and Vickie Jo and Mrs. Fred Lohrman. The club will meet Sept. 18 at the home of Mrs. E. 0. Schuman, MARRIED AUGUST 31 .... Marcella Heater of Coon Rapids and Donald. Korwes of Carroll, who were married August 31 in Annunciation Church, Coon Rapids, are living at 414 East Sixth Street, Carroll. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Heater of Coon Rapids. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Korwes of Carroll, Is employed at the Wilke Drug Store here. (Paige & Paige Photo) Sandra Salsbury, who has entered Simpson College, returned to Indianola Friday morning after coming home to conduct a Rainbow Girls meeting Thursday night. She is the retiring worthy advisor of the assembly. Mrs. Lambert J. Thelen returned Thursday from Great Falls, Mont., where she visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Devine, and family and Mr. Thelen's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thelen, and family for two and one-half weeks. She accompanied the Devines on a trip to Glacier National Park. Mrs. John Backes spent Thursday in Council'Bluffs with Mrs. Hilda Scott, Mrs. Lillian Tackaberry and Mrs. Hazel Caywood, daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bergsieker of Carroll. at the STAR LINE Bo 11 room Sat., Sept. 7 TONY BRADLEY and His Orchestra — • — TUESDAY SEPT. 10 Coming Direct by Air from Detroit "The Hilltoppers" with Ralph Leslie and His Orchestra Featuring Johnny Eirckton on tht Trumpot PLUS • PLUS • PLUS our own Leo Doeget and His Orchestra . SM tht Btttlt of tht Binds Dtncina from 9 till ? Admission; $1.50 (Tax Incl.) DAR Chapter Urges- Observance of Constitution Day In observance of Constitution Week September 17-23, Priscilla Alden Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution is asking all citizens to participate by displaying the American flag. Churches and schools are asked to participate in the observance by having programs and explaining the Preamble of the Constitution of the United States of America. The purpose of the observance of Constitution Week is to recall to the American people the significance of the events that occurred during the week of September 17-23 in 1787, and to revitalize appreciation of our great heritage which is the Constitution, according to Mrs. Clarence McGrane, National Defense chairman of the local DAR chapter. It was on September 17, 1787 that the United States Constitution was approved unanimously by the delegates, Mrs. McGrane's statement continued. "In the week following the proposed Constitution was made known to the people throughout the country. The American system had its foundation in the long, bitter Struggle of the human race for political liberty and self-government. This struggle came to a head with the framing of the Constitution on principles of liberty and freedom. Nowhere else in the world has freedom been experienced as it has in this country under our Charter of Liberty; yet, this wonderful instrument has its enemies, one of which is the lack of knowledge and indifference of the people who are its guardians. To the end that we may preserve the vital principles of the Constitution, combat corrupt influences, and find means to improve conditions, let us know all we can and help others to know about this government and its governing body of laws — the Consitution— the Magna Charta of American rights. The education of the people becomes the first necessity for the preservation of our insti tutions." Gayle Ann Gruber to Head Rainbow Girls Gayle Ann Gruber, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Gruber, was elected worthy advisor of the Carroll Assembly, Order of the Rainbow Girls, at a meeting in the Masonic Temple Thursday night. Elected to serve with her during the next four-month term were: JoAnn Schoenjahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Schoen­ jahn, associate advisor; Sharon Kobbe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Kobbe. charity; Ann Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson, hope; and Sally Farner, daughten of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Farner, faith. * * * Sandra Crotts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Crotts, was chosen recorder and Mary Kate Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn Miller, treasurer for the coming year. Appointive officers will be named later. >, « * * The meeting was conducted by Sandra Salsbury, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Salsbury. Miss Salsbury is the retiring worthy advisor. Installation of officers will be at 1:45 p.m. Sunday, September 15, in the assembly room of the« Masonic Temple. Gayle Ann Gruber Templeton CDA Hears Talk by Rev. Leo Lenz (Timet Rertld Newt Service) TEMPLETON - The Rev. Leo Lenz, superintendent of Kuemper High School, told about his recent trip to South America at the September meeting of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, in the parish hall here Thursday night. Other members of the clergy attending were the Rev. William Buchholz and the Rev. Dale Roster of Templeton. Guests included members of the Carroll and Manning courts. In the business meeting, conducted by Mrs. Raphael Knobbe, grand regent, the court made a od- grand regent, the court made a do- j nation to the Bishop's program. The meeting opened with a potluck dinner, attended by 125 Catholic Daughters and guests. * * * Carroll women who are members of the Templeton Court were in charge of the dinner and program. They were: Mrs. Frank Hoffman, Mrs. Simor Langel, Mrs. Frank Goetzinger, Mrs. Leo Greteman, Mrs. Chris Hausmann, Mrs. Joe Nagl, Mrs. Otto Behrens, Mrs. Henry Behrens, Mrs. 01- lie Schieffer, Mrs. Joe Ries and' Miss Justine Langel. This group also donated the prizes that were given. A hobby show will be coupled with the next meeting Thursday night, Oct. 3. Beulah Country Club Opens Its Fall Meetings Bfulah Osborne entertained the Beulah Country Club of Carroll at the.group's first fall meeting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Byron Provost, at Lake View Thursday afternoon. Mrs. J. A. Pascoe. the new president, conducted a short business meeting. * * * The program, which was in the form of roll call responses, was entitled "What's New?" A tray lunch was served. The next meeting will be at Mrs. William Kuker's home Thursday afternoon, Oct. 3. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. J. J. Berger and Miss Olga Berger have returned to Sioux City after spending several days with their mother, Mrs. Mary Berger, and family. Roy Kruses Note 15th Anniversary At a Family Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Roy, Kruse observed their 15th wedding anniversary Sunday at a family dinner. Those participating werp Mr. and Mrs. Kruses' children, Douglas, Bette and Bonnie; Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kruse, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stribe and sons, Manning: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kruse and family, Botna; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elias, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Elias, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hargens and family, Spirit Lake; Wilbert Elias and Margaret Armstrong, Des Moines. The afternoon was spent visiting and taking pictures. Lunch was served later by the hostess. The table was centered with an all- white anniversary cake made and decorated by Mrs. Kruse's sister, Mrs. Earl Stribe of Manning. The couple received gifts. Breakfast) St. Joseph's Halt, Sun., Sept. 8. Serving from 7 to 12. Adults, 75; children, 40c. Adv. Myra Meeves Becomes Bride of James Wittrock (Timet Herald Newt Service) MANNING—Myra Kay Meeves. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Meeves of Manning, became the bride of James Wittroek, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Wittrock of Manning, at Sacred Heart Church here Saturday, Aug. 31. The double ring ceremony was performed at 10 a.m. by, the Rev. Thomas Molloy. , Mrs. Larry Polking, organist, played the Rossini wedding marches. * * * The bride, given in marria'ge by her father, wore a white floor- length gown of imported Chantllly lace over nylon net, tulle and satin. The lace bodice featured a portrait neckline enhanced with bands of crystal pleated illusion. The sleeves tapered to the wrists. The bouffant skirt fell in star points of lace over a cascade of tulle ruffles. Her imported Illusion fingertip veil was held by a tiara of illumines" and rhinestone sprays. She carried white carnations on a five-point white nylon lace and net fan. Mrs. Donald Moore of Omaha, sister of the bridegroom, was ma- ;tron of honor. She wore a floor - 1 length gown of medium blue and ; blue velvet headpiece with blue j veil. She carried a colonial bou- • quet of white roses. * * * Roland Meeves. brother of the bride, was best man. Ushers were Byron Meeves of i Arion, cousin of the bride, and I Donald Moore of Omaha, brother- j in-law of the groom. j The bride's mother chose a i plum-colored dress with rhinestone ! accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore orchid. Mrs. Emma Stammer of Manning, the bride's grandrnoth- j er, wore medium blue. All wore i white carnation corsages. I Dinner was served to 25 guests I at noon in Sacred Heart Hall, A reception for 100 guests was held from two to five o'clock. Blue and white were used in decorations. * * + The bride's table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake made by Mrs. Herman Pahde of Manning. The cake was topped with a white bell and arch over a dove-covered white bench. Mrs. Clarence Stammer, aunt of the bride, cut and served the cake. Mrs. Walter Meeves, aunt of the bride, was at the coffee service. Serving were Betty Peters, Anna Zerwas, Laurel Singsank, Jeanette Henricksen, friends of the bride. Mrs. Marian Jones, sister of tha bridegroom, had charge of the guest book. Mrs. Wittrock graduated from Manning High School in 1957. * * * Following a week's wedding trip, the couple will live at 718 Second Street in Manning. Mr. Wittrock is a farmer. Out-of-town guests at the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Moore, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Florian Wittrock and family, Ode- boll; Mrs. Marian Jones, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Meeves and family, Arion; Mr. and Mrs. William Fries, Ida | Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ei : scheid, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Eischeid Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bluml, Mrs. Rose Wittrock, Mrs. August Wittrock, Halbur; M r s. Francis Wittrock. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Potthoff, Carroll. WED AT LIDDERDALE . . . Mr. and Mrs. Dale T. Fogerty were married August 31 at Holy 'Family Church in Lidderdale. After Sept. 14, they will live at Boulder, Colo., where Mr. Fogerty is transferring to the University of Colorado from Iowa State College, Ames, for three more years of study to receive his B. S. degrees in mechanical engineering and business management. The bride, the former Shirley Mae Kramer, Is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kramer of Glidden. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Fogerty of Carnarvon. (Paige St Paige Photo) Admiral for '58 As Modern as Tomorrow! t Come In and See the Beautiful New 1958 Models of Admiral TV Your choice of either of our best ell* channel antennas — Channel Master "Champion" or "TW," FREE with the purchase of any 1957 or 1958 model in our store, when no trade-in is in* volved. Sptcial Antenna Offer with Tradt*ln», Toe. 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