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Mary Jane Neppel and Eugene Boes Married ,a> (Time* Herald Jfwr* Scrrtet) TEMPLETON — Mary Jane Nepple, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Nepple of Templeton, and Eugene A. Boes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Boes of Breda, were united in marriage at 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Sacred Heart . Church, Templeton. The double-ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William BuchhoU; Sr. M. Georgine, O.S.F., played the "Processional" by i Kreckel and was organ accompan -i ist for the Sacred Heart High School Choir as they sang the "Mass of St. Francis" by Singen- berger. The offertory was "Panis Angelicus" by Lambillotte and Good Neighbor N ight October 11 Rebekah Project Plans for Good Neighbor Night, October 11, were the main order of business at the first meeting of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 for the fall season, Friday night, in I.O.O.F. Hall. Mrs. Fred Schaefer. noble grand, conducted the business session and the remainder of the evening was spent visiting? * * * Hostesses were Mrs. H. B. Carroll, Mrs. Art Rogers and Mrs. Gus Vasos. Lunch was served at a table decorated in pink and green with pink roses and rainy- weather planters filled with candy. The next meeting will be Friday night, Sept. 37, in I.O.O.F. Hall. 82 at Meeting of Christian Mothers ARCADIA — Eighty-two members of the Christian Mothers Sodality of St. John's pariah, Arcadia, met in the parish hall Thursday night. The Rev. Cletus Ahmann opened the meeting with prayer and addressed members present on the requirements of the convention of the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women to be held at Kuemper High School, Carroll, October 22. Mrs. Joe Neu will act as delegate and Mrs. Joe Schroeder as alternate at this convention. * * * Arcadia will be host to an Open Deanery meeting to be held in St. John's Hall September 27 at 2 p.m. Lunch was served by Mrs. Bob Badding, Mm' Joe Berg, Mrs. Donald Badding, Mrs. Frank Berg, Mrs. Donald Berg, Mrs. Otmar Bierl, Mrs. Albert Berger, Mrs. Henry Beckman, Mrs. Otmar Berger and Mrs. Bernard Bellinghausen. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. ClaAnce Schweers. Mrs. Bob Schweers, Mrs. Louis Schweers and Mrs. Elizabeth Stai- art. The door priae was won by Mrs Albeit Irlbeck. The next meeting will be Thursday, Oct. 16, at 8 p.m. Art and Charles Neu, sons of Mr. and Mrs. A. N. Neu, and Dick Pascoe, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul L. Pascoe, will leave Sunday to resume their studies at Northwestern University. Art Neu. who will be in hit final year at the university 's law school in Chicago, will be accompanied by his parents who will visit in Chicago for a few days. Charles Neu and Dick Pascoe will travel in a separate ear, Charles will return for his final year of liberal 'arts and Dick for hi* fourth year of pre-medl- cine in the undergraduate school a^Evanston, HI. "On This Day 0 Beautiful Mother" was sung as the bride and groom placed an altar bouquet of white gladioli and carnations tied with blue satin. * * * The bride was gowned in a white floor-length dress of Chantilly lace, nylon net and tulle over bridal satin designed with a traditional all-lace bodice, yoke of crystal illusion and tiny collar of lace illuminated with iridescents. The long sleeves tapered to deep points and the bouffant front overskirt of all-lace came to points on the side revealing a back cascade with many ruffles. The fingertip imported all-silk illusion veil was held in place by a queen's crown, scalloped with tiny seed pearls and illumines over lace. She carried a simplicity • styled cascade bouquet of Frenched white carnations entwined with English ivy radiating from a crown which was centered with a detachable lavendar orchid and accented with touches of orchid tulle and satin showers. Judy Schaeuble and. Betty Klocke of Templeton, both friends of the bridal couple, were maid of honor and bridesmaid, respectively. They wore matching short formals of floating nylon chiffon with shirred bodices and pleated draped yokes caught at the back in a large butterfly bow. Full skirts of chiffon fell over nylon net and taffeta. Miss Schaeuble's gown was of lilac shade and Miss Klocke 's of autumn violet. Their headpieces were plateaus in white hooprings of French nylon entwined in velvet ribbon, matching their gowns in color. Their costumes were completed with white nylon gloves trimmed with tiny seed pearls. They carried semi crescent bouquets of Orchid Beauty carnations and radiating Frenchettes highlighted with brushed gold leaves and satin showers. * * » Mr. Boes was attended by his brothers, Kenneth Boes of Omaha as best man and Vernon Boes of Swea City as groomsman. Ushers were'LeRoy Nepple of Templeton, brother of the bride, and Marvin Boes, Breda, brother of the groom. The bride's mother was attired in a dress of navy blue, the groom 's mother in a gown of blue, and the bride 's grandmother, Mrs. Wolf Sturm, in a dark costume. Mrs. Nepple and Mrs. Boes wore corsages of Frenched pink carnations centered with red roses while Mrs. Sturm 's corsage was of white carnations. Breakfast in the home of the bride 's parents was served by her aunt, Mrs. Ted Schiefen and great-aunt, Miss Anna Banscher. A dinner for 110 guests in the Driftwood room at Hotel Burke, Carroll, was followed by a reception from 2 to 5 p.m. for 85 additional guests. Nutcups in the bride 's colors, orchid and white, decorated the dinner table. The four-tiered wedding cake was placed on wreathed tipped huckle berry. Marilyn Klocke was In charge of the guest book and Wanita Wolterman and Donna Bruggeman in * Charge of gifts. All are friends of the bride. Florence. Irma, Mary Jane and Alice Wiederin, cousins of the bride, presided at the sil ver coffee service. * * • The bride attended Sacred Heart High School in Templeton and was employed at the Templeton Savings Bank as a bookkeeper. The groom attended St. Bernard's High School, Breda, and is employed at the Farmers Co-op Elevator in Glidden. After a 10-day western trip, the couple will bo at home in Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Boes left immediately after the reception on their wedding trip. Mrs. Boes' traveling costume was a black sheath dress with black and white accessories. Tlmat Herald, Carroll, Iowa Saturday, Sept, 14, 1957 i - J«r ,.--«* i.M MR. AND MRS. SIMONS .... Married last Saturday in SS. Peter and Paul Church here were Rita Augustine, daughter of Mrs. Leo Augustine, and Gerald A. Simons, son of Mrs. Kath- erlne Simons of Coon Rapids. The bridegroom Is an architectural student at Iowa State College, Ames, where the couple will be at home after October 1. (Paige & Paige Photo) Officers Elected By Carriers Auxiliary The Carroll County Rural Carriers Association and Ladies Auxiliary held a joint dinner party Wednesday night at Pauline's Cafe, followed by separate meetings of each unit.. At the Ladies Auxiliary meeting, incumbent officers were re-elected for the coming year. They are Mrs. William Meshe*k of Dedham. president: Mrs. Jack Hamacher of Coon Rapids, vice president; and Mrs. Joe Reis of Carroll, secretary- treasurer. Mrs. Reis gave a report on developments since the last meeting and Mrs. Clarence Brunlng read the auxiliary creed. Present were Mr. and Mrs. William Meshek of Dedham, Mr. and Mrs. John Mohr of Manning, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Brunlng of Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reis and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Spaen of Carroll. Social Calendar Saturday— Priscilla Alden Chapter, D.A.R., > Constitution Day .meeting,.! p.mi, Hotel Burke. Sunday- Rainbow Girls installation of officers, 1:45 p.m., Masonic Temple. , , Monday— Wesleyan Service Guild, Fellowship Hall, new Methodist Church. Tuesday— P.F.F. Club, Mrs. J. J. Witte., Women's golf brunch, Country, Club. 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. Tucker. Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, Mrs. Doran Brogden. E.L.J. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche. Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Wednesday— . ; St. Lawrence Confraternity of Christian Mothers, parish hall. Pregbyterlan Women's Organization, church undercroft. Methodist WSCS Circles — Grace, Mrs. C. C. Roberts; Margaret, Mrs. James W. Wilson; Thekla, Mrs. W. E. Bates, H. G. Club, Mrs. J. P. Bowler. Thursday— Ladies Night smorgasbord, Elks £lub, 7 p.m. Carroll Girl Scout Council, Iowa Pjipllc Service building. Wa-Tah-Ye Club Intercity meeting, 4, Hotel Burke. . Methodist W.S.C.S. Night Circle, Mrs.'Dale Jungst. Friday— - • Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. George Conrad. | FL'.C. Club afternoon tea, Mrs 1 Don Hillyer. Saturday- Carroll Country Club dance. Shirley M. Wernimont Weds Glenn Rupiper COMPLICATED DETAILS NO FAMILY NEEDS TO WORRY OVER • Information for press and radio. • Auto transportation. • Cemetery arrangements. • Notification of friends and relatives. • Help with florai tributes, -.These and many other details are handled by Twit's as a part of our service to the family. PHONK 3191 CARROLL Pass-Timers Club Opens New Season Pass-Timers Club opened the season with two tables of contract bridge Friday night at the home of Mrs, A. M. Osterlund. Guests in addition to club members were Mrs. Robert Merritt and Mrs. Elmer Wllle. * * * High score prize for members was won by Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp and low for members by Mrs. Gene Hagen, while the high, prize for guests went to Mrs. Merritt, Mrs. Osterlund had made cutout tallies with miniature zinc scissors about one inch in length affixed in a cutting position. Each tally was hand-lettered with a different inscription such as "Cut out your dreaming" and "Cut out the gab and play." * * * Gifts were wrapped in white cutouts over colored paper. Lunch was served at card tables • after the games. Flowers from Mrs; Osterlund's garden decorated the living room. The next meeting will be, Friday night, Sept. 27, at Mrs. Gene HS- gen's. Farewell Coffee For Mrs. Eastlund Mrs. Roy Eastlund, who is leaving with her family next week to make her future home in Denver, Colo., was honored at a neighborhood coffee given by Mrs. A.P.W. Thielking in her home Thursday afternoon. * * * Lunch was served at a dining table decorated with garden flowers and Mrs. Eastlund was presented with a gift from the hostess. An out-of-town guest was Mrs. Eastlund's sister - in - law Mrs. Helen Valeika of Sioux City. Others present were Mrs. Robert F. Bareis, Mrs. B. B. Lehman and Mrs, Melvin Ohde. Marriage vows were exchanged by Shirley Mae Wernimont, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wernimont of Carroll, and Glenn William Rupiper, son of Mr, and Mrs. Albert Rupiper of Templeton, in a double ring ceremony at 8:30 a.m. Saturday in St. Lawrence Church. The Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes, pastor of St. Lawrence Church, was the officiating clergyman.' The "Processional" by Rossini was played by Sr. M. Ancile as the bride and groom took their places at the altar. The St. Lawrence Junior Choir sang the "Mass V Gregorian" and offertory "0 Sanctissima." Before the march, Charlotte Vonnahme, a friend of the bride and groom, sang "Ave Maria" by Rossini and after the mass "Mother Mary at Thine Altar," by Haller, as Miss Wernimont placed a bouquet of white pompons tied with blue satin ribbon on the Blessed Virgin's altar. The "Recessional" by Marchand was played by Sr. Ancile, organist. * * * Miss Wernimont wore an original bridal gown of reembroidered Chantilly lace and tulle over pure silk taffeta. The elongated fitted bodice had a Sabrina neckline dipping to a V in the back. The yoke of Chantilly lace sprinkled with iridescents came to a V over the bodice and extended into long tapered sleeves. The bouffant skirt of silk taffeta was fashioned with side panels of Chantilly lace and formed a chapel train. A nylon tulle veil was caught to a shell of Thimble Bee Has First Fall Meeting Mrs. Clyde Bayliss was a guest in addition to members at the first fall meeting of Thimble Bee Friday afternoon, in the home of Mrs. R. H. Lott. The afternoon was spent with hand work and visiting. A tray lunch was served by the hostess. Mrs. John Clements will entertain at the. next meeting which will be held Friday afternoon, October 11. HOME FROM TRIP (Time* Herald N«w» Strrle*) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. Phil Dentllnger returned to their home here .Sunday from an ll-day trip through Missouri and Arkansas, Ozarks. They also visited the Fred Mashing and Alver Schmitz home at Colorado Springs, Colo. Mr. Mashing was a hospital patient at the time, but was recovering nicely. They also visited the Seven Falls and the zoo while in Colorado. En route home they stopped at a ranch at Whitman, Neb. CARROLL OUTDOOR ITHF A rf <E • Sun. thru.Wtd* • LADD * MAYO * O'BRIEN K «JACUAft «eouo «.'««HWwitWARNeR BROS. Open "'•t,7iO0'P»-M* Adults 60e CMim UncUr 12 l '"?f!!J"ig l| "" llll "f'"" Mrs. Donald O'Herron and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Jim O'Herron returned Friday from Iowa City where they visited Jim O'Herron who is a patient in University Hospitals. His address Is J. E. O'Herron, Ward C, University Hospitals, Iowa City. Fred Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Booth, will leave Sunday for his senior Notre Dame University, South Bend, Ind. He will be accompanied by Rob Brennan of Denison who will be a junior at Notre Dame. They will stop for a visit with Fred's sister, Cathy Booth, at Rosary College, River Forest, 111., reporting at Notre Dame Monday. lace encrusted with seed pearls and iridescents. She carried six white Phalenopsis orchids surrounded by lllies-of-the- valley in a spray effect. The matron of honor was Mrs. Richard Skalla, sister of the bride, and the bridesmaids were Marilyn Wernimont, another sister, and Margie Rupiper, sister of the groom. Mrs. Skalla was dressed in a ballerina-length gown of crystal crepe satin in an old gold shade. The fitted bodice was made with a portrait neckline and elbow-length sleeves. A Grecian tucked beige satin cummerbund was. accented with matching twin- button trim. The bridesmaids wore similar gowns in beige satin with old gold crepe trim. Headpieces were wedding ring crowns of hair braid in matching gold accented with rosebuds and centered with rhlne- stones. Beige short gloves completed their outfits. They carried bouquets of reed rings surmounted by clusters of pink carnations in a background of brown satin ribbon and croton leaves. Sprays of bronze chrysanthemums cascaded from the rings onto the skirts of their dresses. * * • Mr. Rupiper was attended by his cousin, Gene Rupiper, as best man. Floyd Wernimont, brother of the bride, and Leon Boes, friend of the couple, were groomsmen. Ushers were Virgil Wernimont, brother of the bride, and Gerald Langel, cousin of the groom. The bride's mother chose for her costume a brown fall dress with brown accessories and the groom's mother a two-toned orchid, gown with black accessories. Both wore corsages of gold cym- bidum orchids with feathered carnations. The grandmothers were attired In dark dresses and wore white pompon corsages. The altars were decorated with bouquets of pink and white gladioli. After the ceremony, a breakfast was served at the bride's home by her sisters-in-law. A dinner for 115 guests was served at the Brown Derby at 11:30 a.m., a four-tiered wedding cake centering the main table with candelabra on, each side. The wedding cake, which was decorated In the bride's colors and placed in a setting of greenery and bronze chrysanthemums, was lopped with an ornament* which had been used on her parents' wedding cake. Greenery and chrysanthemums also decorated the other tables which were arranged in U formation. Joleen Kohorst, cousin of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Mrs. Walter Seyller, an aunt •of the bride, cut the cake and Mrs. George Wernimont, another aunt, presided at the coffee service, assisted by Lorraine Hagemann, cousin of the bride. * • * The bride is a graduate of St. Angela Academy and has been employed as deputy clerk in the Carroll County treasurer 's office. | Th% groom il a graduate of Sacred Heart High School, Temple- [ ton, attended Loraa College, Du-, buque for two years, and was 1 graduated from Wever Airlines School in Kansas City, Mo. , Mr.,and Mrs. Rupiper left after the reception on a northern trip,! Mrs. Rupiper wearing a honey- j colored sheath dress with beige and brown accessories. They will be at home'after September 20 at 16 llth Avenue, SW,, Rochester, Minn. I - -a 4--' J^c 1 WED AT DEDHAM . . . Dorpthy Mae Irlbeck, daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Irlbeck of Dedham, and Merlin Louis King of Denison were married In St. Joseph Church, Dedham, August 31. They are at home on a farm near Odebolt. (Photo by Lyden Studios). Sehoesslers Hold Reunion at Omaha (Time* Herald News Sfrvlrt) WESTSIDE - The Schoessler gathering held west of Omaha, fathering held west of Omaha. Those attending from here were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoessler, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Wllken. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schoessler, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schoessler, Westside; Mr. and Mrs. George Witt and family, Arcadia; and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Schoessler,' Bayard. Many others attended from Halbur and Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vennink and family entertained a group of relatives in their home Sunday in honor of their daughter Marlene's fourth birthday and also the 61st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schweiso of Denison. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Lightfield, Ronald and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene. Lightfield, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwei­ so, Denison; Mr, and Mrs. Henry Steckelberg, Ralston; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sivertsen, Harold and Earl Schweiso, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Karr and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Christensen and daughter, Manilla; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Henry, Irwin; and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Jenkins, Omaha. V Mrs. Frank Schelldorf entertained the Jolly Six Club in hei home Saturday afternoon. In cards, Mrs. Ed Martins received high score and Mrs. Henry Wilken, second high. Refreshments were served by the hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vetter entertained a large group of relatives and friends in their home Sunday evening in observance of both their birthdays. Mrs. Vetter observed her birthday Sept. 1 and Mr. Vetter had a birthday on Sept. 11. Gloria Bluml Becomes Duane Riesbergs Bride "HALBUR - In St. Augustine Church hwe at 9-30 a.m. Saturday, Gloria Bluml, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bluml of Halbur, became (he.bride of Duane Riesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence RleBberg, Halbur, with the Rev. Lawrence Greteman officiating at the double-ring ceremony.' Miss, Bluml was given in marriage by her father, Soloist for the wedding ceremony was Henry Potthoff. * * * The bride wore a gown of Imported-' Chantilly > lace and tulle over Speza satin. The double scallop,of Ihe Sabrina neckline was enhanced" by crystal pleating embroidered with, iridescents. The floor-length skirt was of appliqued lace and pleating gathered in a chapel sweep. Her silk illusion veil was caught to a tiara encrusted With seed pearls and Illumines. Her maid of honor was her sister, Sharon Bluml, and her bridesmaids, Charlene and Phyllis Riesberg, sisters of the groom. Karen Rupiper and Maryln Masching, friends of the bridal couple. They were attired in Identical floor-length gowns of aqua lace and chiffon with all-lace bodices and bateau necklines. Their very full chiffon skirts were decorated with large chiffon bows and hem- length streamers. Each wore a braided horshair tiara and veil of illusion. The bride carried a white orchid and prayerbook with satin streamers while her attendants' bouquets were white chrysanthemums with bronze cascades. The groom was attended by his brother, Donald Riesberg, as best man, his brother - in law. Jack Fleskes and friend Mel Borkowskl as groomsmen. The flower girl was Nadine Truitt, dressed in a miniature replica of the bridesmaids' costume, and the ring bearer, Duane Bluml, cousin of the bride. Ushers were Jack Thein, brother-in-law, and Harold Riesberg, cousin of the groom. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with beige accessories and the groom 's mother a brown dress with beige accessories. Both wore cymbidium corsage*. MM. Henry Rlesber|, grandmother of the groom, wore a corsage of white pompons. .:'*** A' dinner for; 90 gueBts was held at noon in Elks Hall, Carroll, and a reception for 100 guests from 2 to 4 in the afternoon. The hall was decorated with streamers and wedding bells. Mrs. Donald Riesberg cut. the cake and Mrs. Jack Fleskes and Mrs. Jack Thein poured coffee at the reception Table waitresses were Eileen Scharfen- kamp, Marge Kanne, Pat Heithoff, Helen Bock, Mickey Spieker, Delores Madlgan, and Joni Blessington. The bride attended Kuemper High School and the groom was educated at Carroll High School. He is employed as a salesman with Sleg Company. The couple left after the reception on a two-week western trip. They will be at home after September 25 at 203 South Oak Street, Jefferson. The bride's traveling costume was a teal blue dress with brown accessories and the white orchid from her prayer book. ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) Ray Milland in "LISBON" ENTERTAIN AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Brockman entertained at dinner in their home Friday night for Mrs. Brockman's brothers and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Grundmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Koepke, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Koepke and son, Roberts' and Milton Koepke, all of Arcadia. C ARROLI Sun. • Mon. • Tues. JACK T/MT. JIM MOM! | U.i MlriMl.' an! WMftrfMt in i tirpritinf niw rolt! MtttMru tvWAHNW I Continuous Show Sunday ' Optn ItOO P. M.» Attend Open House Held ct Battle Creek (Tlmn Hertld Ntitrt S«nie*> WALL LAKE -r Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Coil and family attended open house for the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Coll at Battle Creek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Booth of Estherville were supper guests Friday in the home of Mrs. Tillie Hess. Sunday visitors were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hess and children. Mrs, Charles Langfrltz entertained the Rook Club Wednesday afternoon. Prizes were won by Mabel Lange, Mrs. Floyd Cook and Mrs. L. G. Ballard. The hostess served lunch at the close. CHARLTON YUl ANNt HEST0N • BRYNNER - BAXTER COWARD G YVONHl ROBINSON • D£ CARLO DtMA PAGET JO»» DEREK SWCCDRIC • NINA MARTHA HARDWICKt • FOCH • SCOTT JUDITH AN d£R50N • VINCCNT PRICt AlMAS HicmU • JtSJf I• JKf, OAKS WJftafTECHNlCOLO* Starts Wednesday Sept 18 Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Pauline Dvorak has left for her home in Baltimore, Md„ alter visiting here with friends and relatives. She came to Carroll from Los Angeles, Calif.,-with her sister.Mrs. Amanda Berger, who also has been visiting in Carroll. Mist Sadie Stevens attended the matinee performance of "My Fair Lady" in Des Moines Saturday afternoon. Mr«. E, A, Robb, Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Robb and the letter's son and daughter Bruce 'and Sara Robb were attending the matinee of "My Fair Lady" In Dei Moines Saturday afternoon and will attend the Drake Univeriity-lowa State Teacher* College football game at Drake stadium Saturday night. Leo Keisler and Dr. and Mrs; C. J. Keasler, who have been traveling by trailer through Minnesota and Canada during the summer, are in Carroll until they leave tor the south later in the fall. Their trailers era parked at the Windy Acres trailer camp east of Carroll. , ' Mrs, Helen Valeika will leave Sunday for her home in Sioux City after- visiting since Tuesday with theRoy ijutlund, family. Mrs, Vaieika la >lr, Eastlund's sister.. We Proudly Present Joan Uudwlg ^ IRIftA First Fleet, Senior Division t WINNIRI OF IINOIk'r LOCAL DRESSMAKING CQNTNST: Linda Wjttrock CARROLL Flmt Fleet, Junior Division Joan and Linda were two ot forty girls competing in this veer's contest Sino «Vi T >«.«m B uin» Contest Is an'annual event, an/gTr may entwSL conUst siK course, thereby making them eligible for district, regional end nTfionel honors 8 Up £or tWs The winners' ferments are at this time entered in \h* Regional Contest at Kansas city, Mo. Ill Narth Atfsftis ItT rig Center

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