Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 11, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 11, 1957
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Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Carroll A. Lane will attend the evening performance of "My Fair Lady" In Des Moines, Wednesday. Luncheon, 11 a .m. to 1 p.m. Card party, SS. Peter k Paul's Aud., Thursday, Sept. 12. Adv. Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and Mr*. Larry P. Jung were attending a matinee performance of "My Fair Lady" in Des Moines Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Agnes Schulti returned Tuesday from LeMars where she attended the wedding of her great niece, Arlene Kurtzhals, to Robert Miller of LeMars on Saturday. She was accompanied by her sis- ] ter, Mrs. Elizabeth Beisch, of Fonda. They spent Sunday in Sioux City with another niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. William Peterson, going from there to Fonda where Mrs. Schultr spent Monday at her sister's home. Mrs. Don Dixon and daughter, Claudia, of Denver, Colo., are arriving Wednesday to spend a few days with Mrs. Dixon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William it. Otto, and other relatives. Mr. and Mr*. Joe Gronstal will leave Thursday morning for Atlantic City. N. J., where Mr. Gronstal will attend a convention of the American Bankers Association, September 20 to 23. They will go from Carroll to Council Bluffs where they will be joined by Mr. Gronstal's mother, Mrs. B. A. Gronstal, for a southern trip before going to Atlantic City. Jim Bockhau*, son of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bockhau s, left Wednesday noon for Cambridge, Mass., where he will be a first- year student at Harvard University. He will stop in Cedar Rapids for a brief visit with his aunt and family before proceeding to Cambridge. Mr, and Mr*. H. L. Hudson, Mary Lu Hudson and Jim Bock- haiis attended "My Fair Lady" in haus attended "My Fair Lady" Des Moines Tuesday night. Mrs. Susan Nietand returned Tuesday- night from Minneapolis, Minn., after enrolling her daughter, Marilyn, in Gale Institute, an airlines school. While in Minnesota she visited her son, Dennis, and family at Rochester and also visited with friends in Austin. with the greatest of ease! ,«. yours for compliment* galore, in one of the Smartest, most comfortably fitting pumps we've ever offered ... naturally flattering • with every step! Fetl the •oft, beautiful leather... the light, flexible sol*... than slip into a pair and ea* how it gently hugs the foot! "Mtdra" $10 95 Slick Slashed Patent Black SUthetf Calf Black Calf (it* cdi^BnidLge Advarttoed In MaCAU.'S • VOOUI 2ND, >ERSOKBRO£ "SHOES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY "Corn Bucks Glvtn With Each Purchase" Mrs. Walden, Mrs. Farner Win-in Tourney Mrs. George Walden was the winner and Mrs. Bill Farner, low medalist of the women golfers' handicap tournament which was played under threatening skies with occasional sprinkles of rain at the Carroll Country Club, Tuesday. Other prizes were won by Mrs. Edward M. Feld, Mrs. Andy G. Ley and Mrs. Maurice Nurse.- Twenty women took part in the tournament and 26 attended the dinner which was served at the conclusion of the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Eastlund, women's city champion, who is leaving soon to make her home in Denver, Colo., was presented with a farewell gift. • Members of the committee were Mrs. J. W. Hills, chairman: Mrs. E. J. Waters, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman and Mrs. V. L. Throckmorton. The final women's golf event of the season will be a brunch next! Tuesday, Sept. 17. Golfers will tee ! off at 9 a.m. and brunch will be, served after the games. Times Herald, Carroll, taw Wednesday, Sept. 11, 1957 Coffee Honors Mrs. John Byerly In honor of Mrs. John Byerly of Clearwater, Fla., Mrs. Alfred Meyers entertained at coffee for a group of 11, Tuesday afternoon, in her home west of Carroll. The afternoon was^ spent visiting, and a tray lunch was served. Bouquets of flowers from Mrs. Meyers' garden decorated the living room. Wa-Tan-Ye Group Discusses Projects •MANNING - The Wa-Tan-Ye Club met at the home of Mrs. Walt Rothmeyer on Monday evening, Sept. 9. Projects were discussed in a short business session. The national meeting will be held at Estherville Oct. 11-13. Lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. Jeri Bruck will entertain on Sept. 23. ' Progressive Study ; Holds Opening Party i : MANNING — The Progressive Study Club held its opening dinner I and party at the home of Mrs. George Sievert on Monday evening, Sept. 9. The social committee was Mrs. ; Ed Dobler, Mrs. D. R. McGrath, Mrs. Al Beisch, Mrs. r Merlin Struve. Mrs. Anna Karstens and Mrs. Pete Struve. The dining table and small j tables were centered with arrange- j ments of yellow and bronze dai- i sies. Place mats were maps of Iowa with important places in the ' state marked upon them, including the "Home of trie Progressive ', Study Club." Napkins showed a 1 Goldfinch, Iowa's "Bird: and place cards were decorated with Iowa's flower, the wild rose. Mrs. Merlin j Struve made the table decorations. \ ; Following dinner the group played "I've Got a Secret" under supervision of Mrs. McGrath, with Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn receiving a prize. At progressive bunco, Mrs. Orla Peters was low; Miss Edha Halbur, high. The first study meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Pete Struve on Sept. 16. One of the easiest ways to be bored to death is to hoard your money in order to retire. Henry Kerkhbffs of Manning Note 35th Anniversary . MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kerkhoff celebrated their 35th wedding anniversary Sunday in the VFW Hall in Manning where relatives, neighbors and friends came v for an evening of cards and a movie. Attending the party were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eickman, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Romey, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Siepker, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Riesberg, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Klocke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steffes, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Soppe, Mr. and Mrs. John Schultes. Mr. and Mrs. William Kalkhoff. Mr. and Mrs. Al Kerkhoff, Mr. and Mrs." Frank Sextro, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Robertson, Mr. Ed and Leo Sextro, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sextro, Mrs. Marie Drees, Miss Gertrude Mersman, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lohman, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Kerkhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kerkhoff, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Muhlbauer, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meiners Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Meiners Sr., Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. William Simons, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. George Tigges, Willey, and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Feilmeyer, Guthrie Center. The honored couple was presented with gifts from the group. Sheryl Lynn Hanson's Birthday Celebrated Sheryl Lynn Hanson was honored at a birthday party given Thursday afternoon by her mother, Mrs. Dale M. Hanson, at their home, 339 Lincoln St. Sheryl Lynn was seven years old Wednesday, Sept. 4. Games were played and prizes given to the winners, after which Sheryl Lynn opened her birthday gifts. Each of the guests received favors. Lunch was served featuring a decorated birthday cake crested with seven pink candles. Guests which were classmates of Sheryl Lynn included: Debby Ankenbauer, Barbara Rungee, Scarlett Minnich, Susan Heidel. Barbara Rogosch, Martha Ware. Deanna Bys, Sandy Subbert, Carolee Rogers, Deanna Johnson, Sue Ann Walkup, Marlene Nichols, Sherry Wagner, and Barbara Peterson. Also in the group with Sheryl Lynn was her sister, Jilayne Susan. Mrs. Hanson was assisted by Mrs, Harry Hagge She's in a hurry to spurgeon's HOSIERY SALE! 't YOU miss it! THIS IS THE SALE SO MANY OF OUR GOOD CUSTOMERS HAVE BEEN WAITING FOR! 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Can be worn with top up or down. Nylon reinforced heel and toe. Regular 49c Value 4 , 4si lliy^UaifaDa,tn Pairs-Save Almost $2.00 on tboiln. All Colors * Sixes! iCarl Koepkes' To Show Films At Lake View LAKE VIEW - The first fall meeting of the Woman's Club gets under way Wednesday evening, Sept. 18, at 8 o'clock. All teachers, teachers' wives and all members are invited to attend. The executive board meeting will begin at 7 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Koepke of Westside, who recently visited in the Orient, will show pictures of both the Orient and the Holy Land. Miss' Nancy Hunter, Grinnell College voice student will be guest soloist. Mrs. Paul Potter will be guest hostess. Janice Laurinat, Leo Wanninger Wed at Manning (Times Herald Newt Service) MANNING — Janice Rae Laurinat. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elvin W. Laurinat, became the bride of Leo L. Wanninger. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wolfe Wanninger, all of Manning, at Sacred Heart Church, Manning, on Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at 9:00 a.m. Rev.. Robert Kirschbaum of Carroll performed the double ring ceremony, assisted by Rev. Thomas Molloy of the Manning church. White hydrangeas were used in decorating the altar. Mrs. Larry Polking, organist, played Rossini's wedding marches. Janice and Clarence Coenen sang "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother" as the bride placed a bouquet upon the Blessed Virgin's Altar. * * * The bride; given in marriage by her father, wore a floor-length gown of imported ChantiUy lace and net over taffeta. The laoe bodice featured a small Peter Pan collar and sleeves tapering to the wrists; the full skirt had triple tiers of lace and net. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was held by a crown of lace adorned with pearls and irridescents. She carried a heart-shaped bouquet of white mums centered with a detachable white orchid corsage. White satin ribbons tipped with mums fell from the bouquet. Phyllis Fiedler, Glidden, cousin of the bride, was maid of honor. Carole Antone, Manning, and Delores Wiskus, Carroll, friends, were bridesmaids. The maid of honor wore«a cocktail-length gown of teal blue crys- talette, with a full skirt and draped midriff sash. Miss Antone and Miss Wiskus wore cocktail gowns of blue chiffon, with shirred bodices, full skirts featuring floating back panels. All wore blue crowns with net veils and rhlnestone earrings, a gift of the bride, they carried heart-shaped bouquets of blue baby mums, with satin shower ribbons. * * * Alan Laurinat, brother of the bride, was best man. Donald Kerkhoff and Willus Umland of Templeton, friends of the couple, were groomsmen. Dennis W u r r, Coon Rapids, cousin of the groom, and Eddie Wanninger, Gray, cousin, acted as ushers. Nancy Farrell, Storm Lake, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. She wore a long gown of teal blue, with lace mitts and headpiece and carried a heart • shaped bouquet of baby mums. Mark Singsank, Carroll, cousin of the. bride, was ring bearer. He wore a white coat and navy trousers. He carried a white satin pillow, topped with a smaller blue heart-shaped pillow, made by Mrs. George Fiedler, aunt of the bride. The mother of the bride wore navy silk with white and navy accessories. The groom's mother wore a brown and black print with ESA Sorority Opens Its Fall Season Activities Beta Upsilon chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority began its fall program . with a practical demonstration of flower arrangement by Mrs. Howard Bockhaus. black accessories. Both had white orchid corsages. Mrs. Lydia Sing- sank, grandmother of the bride, wore black silk, and a baby mum corsage. * # * Breakfast for 16 was served at the bride's home by Mrs. Fiedler and Mrs. Lydia Singsank. A brunch and reception for 150 was held at Fireman's Hall following the ceremony. The three-tiered bride's cake, made and decorated by Mrs. Bernice Grage of Manilla, was heart- shaped. It was topped with a miniature bride and groom, decorated with rhinestones, sugar bells and lily-of-the-valley. Mary Helen Stangl of Omaha was in charge of the guest book; Donna Hilsabeck, Audubon, and JoAnn Schreck, Omaha, of the gifts. Mrs. Feme Davis of Gray cut and served the cake; Mrs. Melvin Olberding, aunt of the bride, was at the coffee service. Waitresses, were June ( Wurr, Des Moines, and Karen Wanninger, Gray, cousins of the groom; Donnie Laurinat, Carroll, and Gloria Lohr, Lohrville, cousins of the bride; Janet Kuhl and Betty Lou Foley, Omaha. Their white aprons were a gift of the bride. Hostesses were Mrs. Herman Ruhde,, Mrs. Ivan Antone, Mrs. Ray Heithoff, Mrs. Hubert Lamp, Mrs. Herman Lamp and Mrs. Junior Hugeback. They wore blue aprons, gifts of the bride. The bride wore beige tweed with brown accessories for going away. Following a wedding trip, the couple will live in Carroll. Mrs. Wanninger. a graduate of Manning High School, is employed by Robert S. Morrow, Carroll C.P.A. Mr. Wanninger graduated from Gray High School and completed two years of service in the army. He now farms with his father. Mrs, Leo Brtnkman, president of the South Central Deanery of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women and chairman of the diocesan convention to be held here October 22, attended an open meeting of the Northwest Deanery at LeMars, Tuesday, where she was the principal speaker. Her subject was "DCCW and the Individual Parish." The meeting was Tuesday evening in' the Bockhaus home. . " * * * The four basic principles of design, scale, balance and harmony were discussed by Mrs. Bockhaus as she explained each of these considerations in making floral arrangements, She brought out the points that the whole arrangement should be of a design to suit the occasion and the background; that all the parts of the arrangement should be proportionate without being monotonous; that the container should add to the whole grouping rather than be apart; that *the whole should show balance of color, form and location. As examples she discussed arrangements made as a crescent, Hogarth or "S" curve, spiral, horizontal, circle pyramid or an asymmetrical triangle. Many, times the interesting textures of wild-growing plants are adaptable to fresh or dried arrangements, she explained. Mrs. Bockhaus has been interested in arranging flowers and growing plant life for several years, having followed the hobby at Eagle Grove where the family lived before coming to Carroll. * * * During the business meeting, conducted by the president, Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz, the group discussed the publications available from the sorority headquarters, including some about flower arrangements. The local group voted to back the state president in setting aside her fund for & five-year plan, the current project being a donation for a fund for the children's center at the state institute at Independence. * * * One of the group's members. Mrs. Verne Norris, moved last week to Ft. Dodge and in her honor, the sorority had met Aug. 23 for an evening coffee, at the home of Mrs. Reitz. They presented her with a gift. Members of the group disclosed their secret sisters whom they had remembered during the last year, and drew names for the coming year. Concluding the evening, Mrs. Bockhaus served refreshments. The next meeting will be a social affair Sept. 24 at the home of Mrs. Keith Eason west of town. Cornell College Alumni Dinner Here on Sept. 17 Cornell College alumni and their families will hold a dinner meeting in Hotel Burke here at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 17. Mrs. A. F. Haupert of Glidden is dinner chairman. * * * Paul K. Scott of Mt. Vernon, alumni director, will show pictures of college scenes and personalities. One or two members of the faculty are expected to be present. The dinner is not a money - raising event. All alumni of the CarroU area and members of their families are invited. Reservations may be made in advance with Mrs. Haupert at Glidden. Miss Agnes Finegan and Miss Irene McDonald returned Wednesday morning from Chicago where they attended the women's clothing market. St. Lawrence Mothers Club Marks Fifth Year The fifth anniversary of St. Lawrence Mothers Club was observed at the first meeting of the fall season, attended by about 135 mothers, clergy and members of the school, faculty, Tuesday night in the school hall. A birthday cake, baked and decorated by Mrs. F. J. Malone, first president of the club, centered the refreshment table. The meeting opened with a business session conducted by Mrs. Lloyd Lynch, president. * * * Mrs. Steve Garbier, vice president and program chairman, introduced Sr. M. Rose wit ha. superior, who in turn introduced sisters and lay members of the school faculty. Mrs. Knute Nelson, one of the charter members, reviewed high points of the club's history and Social Calendar 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. Thursday- Newcomers Club, Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke. DeMolay Chapter, Masonic Temple. Friday— Rebekah Lodge, I.O.O.F. Hall. Thimblebee, Mrs, R. H. Lott. Saturday— Priscilla Alden Chapter, D.A.R., Constitution Day meeting, 1 j the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckcs, pas- I tor of St. Lawrence parish, spoke Ion "School and Parent • Teacher | Relations." The attendance prize was given to St. M. Damietta's kindergarten class which was represented by the largest number of mothers in attendance at the meeting. Priests present, in addition to Fr. Poeckes, were the Rev. Patrick Nooney and the Rev. Patrick Waite. * * * Lunch was served at the conclusion of the program with Mrs. Malone and Mfs. E. C. Pudenz, both past presidents, presiding at the coffee service. Officers for the new year, in addition to Mrs. Lynch, president, and Mrs. Garbier, vice president, are Mrs. Robert Quinn, secretary, and Mrs. Frank Liewer, treasur er. The club will meet' regularly on the second Tuesday evening of. each month during the school year. The next meeting will be Oc tober 8. At Fall Council Meeting of IFWC LAKE VIEW - Mrs. W. H. Redenbaugh, state drama chairman, and Mrs. Vincent O'Brien attended the Fall Council meeting of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs in Des Moines Wednesday, Mrs. Redenbaugh attended the executive board meeting Tuesday evening at the Hotel Ft. Des Moines. Mrs. Robert .Deur, Mrs. H. J. Blink, Mrs. Austin Reiser Jr.,'Mrs. Leon Kolbe and Mrs. Jack Smith also attended the Wednesday meeting. Mrs. O'Brien will assist with the registration and she and a committee from the craft department prepared part of the table decorations to be used at the banquet in the evening. Mrs. Smith will take part in the garden scene pageant at the banquet. No-Hostess Dinner For Miss Wernimont Shirley Wernimont, whose marriage to Glenn Rupiper of Rochester, Minn., will take place at St. Lawrence Church Saturday morning, was honored ^vith a no-hostess dinner at Club 30, Tuesday night. Participants were Joanne Hannasch. Mary Jane Kerwin, Mrs. Ed Vogel. Dorothy Werner and Martha Tigges. Miss Wernimont was presented with a personal gift from the group. On Monday night, Miss Wernimont was the guest of fellow members of the County Treasurer's staff at dinner at the Brown Derby. She was presented with a wedding gift from her office associates. Big Kiddie Show! CARROLL Saturday . • . Matinee Only! Francis the Talking Mule In "Francis Goes to . West Point" All Laught and Fun PLUS TWO Big Cartoons and Comedy p.m., Hotel Burke. Sunday- Rainbow Girls installation of officers, 1:45 p.m., Masonic Temple. Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild, Fel}ow-| ship Hall, new Methodist Church. Tuesday- Carroll Amvets Auxiliary, Alvira .Hamers. L or L Club, Mrs. <Joe Hoelscher. American Legion Auxiliary Gold Star Mothers and Sisters Night, Legion Hall. T.O.B., Club, Mrs. John E. Tuck- i er. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority,. Mrs. Doran Brogden, . • INDI TONIGHT (Wednesday) II "Flesh fir Spur "Naked Paradise A Mtiysj IOUAI Mittr-cttts EXPLODES W LISBON! OPEN 6.45 P. M. CARROLI §v' •nnnnuMfT Siioiji ,! indsTonight (Wed.) "Affair* RtmampV' NCRIERT J prtunttt . MY MAUREEN MILLAND • O'HARA , ClAUK YVONNE RAINS * FURNEAUX . m NATIMAMA* TRUCOLOft, Open at 1:30 p. m. Children Under 12 25c FRIDAY 13 th MIDNIGHT SHOW! PMNCIS LEDEIBt A IIFUIlrC MQCWCVMN'Bi Thurs. - Fri. - Sat* CARROLL OUTDOOR mi Aim Make Up a Party Open 11 p 4 m. All Seats 65c CARROLI • nnuuii i,i Baa f/t'. <A

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