Edward Vogel's Birthday Noted At Dinner Party Mrs. Edward Vogel gave a birthday dinner-for Mr Vogel at their apartment Sunday noon. Guests were his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vogel of Churdan; Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie McLellan, Glidden; Dorothy and Karen Vanderheiden, Auburn; Mr. and Mrs, W. A. Heue, Leona and Bert nard Heue. Mr. Vogel was presented with gifts. * * * During the afternoon, the Mc- Lellans' infant son, Larry Paul, was baptized by the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes at the St. Lawrence Church, with Mr. and Mrs. Vogel as sponsors. After returning to the Vogel apartment, the birthday cake was served with coffee. Install New Officers Of Rainbow Assembly Installed In a public'ceremony at: 1:45 p.m. Sunday in the Masonic' Temple were the officers of the Carroll Assembly, Order of the Rainbow for Girls, headed by Gayle Ann Gruber as worthy advisor. With the exception of the recorder and treasurer, who are elected for one year, all will serve during the next four-month term. Sandra Salsbury, retiring worthy Mrs. Birmingham, Newcomer Here, Is Honored at Coffee Mrs. CarlJohnson gave a coffee at her home from 9 to 11 Wednesday morning for Mrs. Jim Birmingham, a new resident here. Garden flowers were the decorations. Other guests were Mrs. Philip Peick, Mrs. Doran Brogden, Mrs. F. J. Malone, Mrs. Steve Garbier, Mrs. Lou Riddle, and Mrs. Ronald Gaskill. Persona s Mr. and Mrs. Verdls Hansen returned Sunday from a 10-day trip to Duluth, Minn., and along the northshore drive to Port Arthur, Ont., Canada, spending a few days at Lake Tulaby, Minn., on their return trip. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Donley of Miami, Fla., were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Yender. Earl V. Connors' Entertain W-Eight Mr. and Mrs. Ear} V. Connors entertained W-Eight' bridge club Saturday night. Prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz and Mr., and Mrs. Clyde Carlson. Lunch was served at the card tables. Mr. and Mrs. Donovan Mills of Mt. Morris, 111., were guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mills, when returning from Helena, Mont., and points west Donovan Mills is a nephew of M. L. Mills. Mrs. Bertha Johnson, who had been visiting since Tuesday with j her brother, Dr. H. H. Cory, in; Des Moines, returned home Sunday with Mrs. E. A. Robb and Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Robb and family, who were overnight visitors Saturday with Mrs. G. E. Robb's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Max Van Horn. All attended performances of "My Fair Lady" while in Des Moines. The Robb family also attended the Drake University - Iowa State Teachers College football game Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Reiff returned home Saturday from Worthington, 0., where they took their.son, Dale, to enter the Pontifical College Josephinum They were accompanied by Walter Phipps of LeMars. Both boys will be junior high school students in the minor seminary. 4 TImat Hmld, Car rail, !». Monday, Sept. 16, 1957 Leaving Monday afternoon for Iowa City after spending the weekend with Dr. and Mrs. Paul Anneberg and family are Mrs. Anneberg's aunt, Mrs. Verne Spencer of Iowa City, and cousin and wife, Major and Mrs. Allen Spencer, of North Merrick, N. Y. They stopped_here_ when returning from Glenwood Springs, Colo., where'they attended a square dance institute. Ella Piatt of Chicago Is visiting this week with her father, John Piatt, and brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Johnson. Mrs. M. E. Green and daughter, Jan, of Okoboji. were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mills Saturday. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchell Sunday were friends from Council Bluffs.-Mr. and Mrs. Tlohn Cunningham. Mr. and Mrs. Don Eberts and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Minear and family. advisor, was the installing officer. Gayle Ann's sister, Mrs. Don Bushman, was the installing marshal. Other installing officers were: Karen Reitz, recorder; Joyce Schumacher, chaplain, and Mrs. C. V. Collinge, musician. Mrs. J. Howard McElhinney was the vocal soloist. * * * After Gayle Ann had taken her vows of office, the jeweled Rainbow crown was placed on her head by her sister, Mrs. Bushman, who received it from Steve Jungst, the crown bearer. Mrs. McElhinney sang "The Lord's Prayer" before Gayle Ann was escorted to her station by her father, F. F. Gruber, through a bow. As they reached the end of the bow, Mrs. McElhinney sang "Over the Rainbow" and Steve Jungsl gave Gayle Ann a bouquet of carnations in the rainbow colors. The other officers were regularly installed: JoAnn Schoenjahn, worthy associate advisor; Sharon Kobbe, charity; Ann Wilson, hope; Sally Farner, faith; Sandra Crotts, recorder; Mary Kate Miller, treasurer; Betty Lauridsen, chaplain; Sandra Hensel, drill leader; Barbara Brown, love; Judy Hartzell, religion; Virginia Sharp, nature: Becky Barels, immortality; Kay Murray, fidelity; Roxanne Weaver, patriotism; Sarah Huffman, service; Judy Gregerson, confidential observer; Kathy Winnike, outer observer; Jan White, musician, and Louise Nockels, choir director. * * * After Gayle Ann had received the gavel of her office, she introduced her parents, presenting a corsage to her mother and a boutonniere to her father. Gayle Ann received a gift from the assembly, with Sandra Salsbury making the presentation. Mrs. B. B. Lehman, mother advisor, spoke briefly, The service ended with the Rainbow song and the closing march. * * * Punch, coffee and cookies were served in the dining room by Mrs. Jesse Salsbury, mother of the out going worthy advisor, Mrs. H. B. Kobbe, Mrs. G. W. Thomas and Mrs. Melvin Ohde. Gayle Ann served punch and Mrs. Lehman poured coffee at a table decorated with a bouquet of fall flowers. Place mats and ivies were used on the other tables. The first regular meeting with the new officers presiding will be at 4 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 19, in the_ temple. Calendar Monday- Wesley an 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.- Alvlra Hamers. L or L Club, Mrs. Joe Hoelscher. American Legion Auxiliary Gold Star Mothers and Sisters Night, Legion Hall. T.O.B, Club, Mrs, er. Beta Sigma Phi Doran Brogden. E.L.J. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche. Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. C. R. Thomas. D. C. Contract Club, 1 p.m. luncheon, Hotel t Burke, Mrs. W. J. Wieland, hostess. Wednesday— ' John E. Tuck- Sorority, Mrs. Shower Honors Janice Engelen S f^ IV"^ I I Janice Engelen, who is *o marry W V* I U I I Dennis Boes on September 21, was honored at a shower for 20 guests given by her sisters, Mrs. Ted Schulz, Mrs. Jim O'Herron and Joyce Engelen, Friday night, in the Schulz home. Gifts of linen were tied to balloons in the bride's colors, green and white. In- each balloon was a question which Muss Engelen was required to answer before she opened the package. Bridal games were played during the evening and prizes awarded. Carol Ann Boes of Breda, sister of the groom-elect, won a special prize- for being the 13th person to walk through the door on Friday the 13th. Lunch was served at the close •of the evening. Out-of-town guests besides Carol Ann Boes were her mother, Mrs. William Boes of Breda and sister, Mrs. Clair Snyder of Manning; Mrs. Rbmayne Huegerich and Agnes Huegerich, cousins of the bride-elect and Mrs. Ben Huegerich, her aunt, of Storm ct T „„„„„ rv„f..*t«,.„it„ „rll' ake ; Mrs - Bil1 Steffes of Olpe, V^^^^,, 0f rKan, aunt of the bride-elect; and Christian Mothers, parish hall Presbyterian Women's Organiza t - tion, church undercroft. Methodist WSCS Circles — Grace, Mrs. C. C. Roberts; Margaret, Mrs. James W. Wilson; Thekla, Mrs. W. E. Bates. t , [• H. G. Club, Mrs. J. P. Bowler. G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Carl J. Hess. Thursday- Rainbow Girls, 4 p.m. Masonic Temple. Thursday- _ ] LIBRARY HOURS Entre Nous Club, 1:30 p.m., Mrs. The Carroll publjc Ub re . • Louis H..Anderson. I sumed winter hours Monday. Ladies Night smorgasbord, Elks;;., u „.._,. lt ~ u D.A.R. Chapter Holds Constitution :Day y Priscllla Alden Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, opened its 1957*58 year at its annual Constitution Day observance, -beginning with a* f 6' clock lunch- Dedharii Legion Auxiliary Meets (Time* Herald Vtm Servte*) DJEDHAM — The regular meeting of the American Legion Aux-. lliary of Dedham was held with guest night observed in the Legion hall Monday eveniifg. Fourty-five members and 17 guests, seven of whom are new members for the coming year, were present. The meeting was opened with salute to the flag and the singing of the national anthem and the songs and hymn of the month by the group. Bills were read and approved. A thank you card was read to the unit from Walter Rogers for a gift. Iva Roberts report Mrs. Lyle Vonnahme. of Arcadia, a friend. Preceding the shower a dinner for Mis? Engelen and Mr. Boes was given by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eng- Mr. and Mrs. William Boes and. , v „^i^ «,„ mi «»o Carol Ann of Breda, Mr. and Mrs. i hav,n * exceeded the quota eon, In me Gold Room of Hotel Burke, Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Robert C. Sorenson, vice- regent, conducted the meeting, in the absence of Mrs. G. A Mlnnlch Sr., regent. The session opened in form, with Mrs, James' Leonard or Glidden acting as chaplain. The pledge to the flag was led by Mrs. W. H. Rust of Glidden and two verses of "America" were sung, with Mrs. Sorenson at the piano. Committee reports were given by Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks, Miss Lucy, Winter and Mrs. Gene Hagen. • * * Each member gave a five-minute personal genealogical sketch concerning the ancester through whom she is eligible for membership in the D.A.R. Mrs. Sorenson called attention to an article by Cora Bradley pertaining to Constitution Day In the September issue of the D.A.R. magazine. » » * Plans were made for a guest day tea Saturday, Oct. 1 12, at Hotel Bill.Steffes of'oipe! Kan., Joyce 1 membership by several members and Billy Engelen. Club, 7 p.m Carroll Girl Scout Council, Iowa Public Service building. Wa-Tln-Ye Club intercity meeting, Hotel Burke. Methodist W.S.C.S. Night Circle, Mrs. Dale Jungst. Friday- Flower and Garden Club, M r s. George Conrad. F.L.C. Club afternoon tea, Mrs. Don Hillyer. Saturday— Carroll Country Club dance. Finest Imported TULIPS and Other Spring-Flowering Bulbs The finest, largest bulbs money can buy . . . imported by us direct from the tulip-fields of Holland. Every one guaranteed, and sure to bloom next Spring. Our experts have selected the most successful varieties, and finest, clearest colors. You wont* find finer bulbs! 54 KINDS and COLORS pf TULIPS.. 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MAYPARK Lawn Seed Lb. $1.35; 3 lbs. $3.89 5 lbs. $6.35; 10 lbs. $11.95 Buy 2 bags of MAYTONE MAYTONE Humus Fertilizer 25 lbs. $1.85; 50 lbs. $2.95 Two 50 lb. bags $5.75 We'll loan you a spreader to apply it. HIS WwMth *tr«t Carroll, lows Attend Wedding at Grand Junction (Times Herald New* Service) PLEASANT RIDGE - Mr. and Mrs. Edward Bundt and Marilyn went to Grand Junction. lav, Sunday evening, where they attended the wedding of Izetta Morgan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morgan and Gene Batz of Lytton, la., at the Presbyterian Church at 8 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hagan visited a cousin of Mrs. Hagan, j Mrs. Harold Owen, at Spencer on I Sunday. They were joined by other cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Ford, of Owattona, Minn., Sunday evening. All attended the White Horse Patrol put on by the Shrin- ers of Spencer. The Hagans came home Monday. Mrs. Julia Hanson and Mrs. Blanche Exlon of Estherville were overnight guests of Mrs. Rosie Kidney Saturday evening, j They came to attend the birthday celebration Sunday for Mrs. Lathrop of Glidden, who celebrated her 96th birthday on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Knight, who were attending a meeting at Minneapolis, Minn., were expected to return Tuesday. The Pleasant Ridge Women's Missionary Union will meet Sept. 18 at 2 p.m. with Carol Kidney, hostess, and Helen Knight, leader^ Members are asked to bring brown project envelopes to the meeting, filled. Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Reever took their son, Richard, to Cedar j Rapids Sunday, where he will enter Coe College fpr"this year. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Arkland and son are now living at the Bruce McLaughlin Jr. farm. Mr. and Mrs, Frank Gordon and son have moved to a farm near Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Soy Rains and sons, John. Jerry and Bob, attended a Stahl family reunion held at Winterset Sunday. Through the winter months hours will be 2 to 9 p.m. ed on child welfare. She said a _ , canteen card had been sent to j Burke with Priscilla Alden Chap* „_u -t .u- .u ~i -un i tgr flg the ho8tess g r0U p, sixteen chapters are to be invited as special guests. Mrs."L. W. Kimberly of Bettendort, Iowa state regent, will give an address entitled "O Sa.y, Can You See?" Hostesses wil) be Mrs. Robert! A. Wright. Mrs. W. C. Mulry, Mrs. Weeks and Mrs. Sorenson. * * * The luncheon table at Satur- each of the three sponsored chil dreri at Woodward for the month of September. The president,. Mrs. Willenborg, thanked the member- in of She also said the next county meeting will be held in Dedham Oct. 16 in the Legion hall and committees were picked for preparations for that night. 3 More Traffic Deaths; Toll 507 By The Associated Press Iowa's 1^57 motor vehicle fatality toll "climbed to 507—six more than on this date a year ago— with three more deaths over th» weekend. The latest victims included: Larry Postma, 2, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Postma who farm seven miles northeast of Sibley, killed Sunday night when struck by an auto in front of his home. Doyle Dean Sayre, 31, Des Moines, killed Saturday night in an auto-truck collision on Highway 69 about .14 miles south of Indianola. Jerry Harrison, 18, Plymouth, killed in a one-car accident a mile south of Plymouth early Saturday When his car left a county road and struck four trees. County Sheriff Arnold Scheu said the Postma boy walked out of a ditch In front of a car driven by Marvin Claus, 41, Allendorf. Claus was not held. . Sayre's car collided with a semi trailer truck driven by Charles Z. Kinney, 26, Jamaica, who was not injured. Mr. and Mrs and son, Bobby, of Raymond, who were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Wittry at Maple River ever the weekend, also visited relatives and friends in Carroll and vicinity. Anna Heithoff, her brothers and sisters, and Mr. Roth's brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lappe. , day's meeting was decorated with Mrs. Betty LaGore, 8th ^ district j a center bouquet of garden flow.... ...:n i— .i » i- erS( , accent \ n red, white and blue. White wild clematis trailed down the table's length. Hostesses were Mrs. Rust, Mrs. G. W. Homan and Mrs. Leonard of Glidden. The next, meeting will be the president, will be the guest speak er. The Gold Star sister was hon- Robert Conrad ored and presented with a gift. The president also presented the past officers with a gift and then gave an account of the last county meeting which was held at Manning, at which 10 Dedham members were present. Penny march was held. Door prize, donated by Mary Hoffman, was won by Mrs. Mathilda Theilen. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haverman Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roth left for their home at Elgin, Neb. Monday after, visiting since Friday with Mrs. Roth's mother, Mrs^spent Saturday and Sunday visiting in the home of Mrs. Eva Stork. They also attended Holiday on Ice. They returned home Sunday evening. Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman and daughter, Sarah, attended "My Fair Lady" in Des Moines Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Carl F, Bauerle, Mrs. Lambert Winnike, Mrs. Clifford McCarville, Mrs. F. R. Burton and daughter, Connie Burton, who is here from Salem, Ore., saw "My Fair Lady" in Des Moines Saturday. Mrs. John Clements was a weekend visitor with her sister, Mrs. Nellie V. Watson, in Vail. She was •iioined Sunday by her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Holland. All were dinner guests at the Leslie J. Bremner home. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Chrtstensen of Blair, Neb., and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs David Servine, of Oakland, Neb., spent Sunday with Mrs. Christensen's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kudsk. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Lamb of Billings, Mont., are visiting their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lamb. They came to be with Mr. and Mrs. Lamb on their 25th wedding anniversary Thursday, Sept. 12. Harriet and Margaret Anderson returned Saturday evening from a week's trip to Rocky Ford, Colo., where they visited their brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs, J. Henry Boettger. B. B. Lehman spent Sunday In Silver City and Creston. LaVonne Dreesen of Omaha spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Dreesen. Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. White and family, accompanied by Kathy Lehman, are returning Monday from Lake Okoboji, where they spent the weekend at their cottage. Lucy Meinhardt, who attends the American Institute of Business in Des Moines, and Mr. and Mrs. George Pierick of Des Moines, returned there Sunday after being with Lucy's parents, Mr. and Mrs, J. P. Meinhardt, since Friday. Mr. Pierick is Mrs. Mejnhardt's uncle. , SS. Peter t Paul's rtimmage sale, Fri. and Sat., Sept. 20 and 21, 8:30, a.m., Central Food Market. For pickup call 3670 or 2268. Adv. Don Schenkelberg, John Axon and Wayne Sampson left Saturday for Fairfield, where they are students at Parsons College. They stopped at Des Moines to see the Drake-Iowa State Teachers football game. Wayne is entering Parsons as a freshman. Mrs., John Otto and daughter, Cindy, of Gettysburg, S. D., were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Otto and family. Mrs. H. L. Bell is back from Lake Okoboji, where she spent the summer in her summer home on Sunset Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bnunv hover, Elvena Conway and Connie Laurinat visited Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Elwell and Nellie Wiley at Denison Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Otto spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr 1 , and Mrs. William Landgraf, and baby son in Omaha. WATCH YOUR SAVINGS GROW I Every Time You Use Our Convenient Drive-in Service You SAVE 10% On Your Dry Cleaning Bills! And our careful dry-cleaninfl methods get clothe* rttlly clean—they'll look better, last longer. WE ALSO OFFER EFFICIENT PICK-UP AND DELIVERY SERVICE DIAL 2274 Cleaners and Launderers guest day tea. South American Pastor Scronton Guest (Time* Herald J*«ws Service) SCRANTON - Rev. Abe Van Der Tuy of Quito, Ecquador, was an overnight guest at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard. He was speaker at Grace Bible Church in Glidden Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Lester Donelson took Beverly to Cedar Falls Sunday, where she will enter Teachers State College. Dr. P. W. Herrick and daughter of Iowa City were callers on Friday at the James Fengel home. Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Friend drove to Indianola Sunday to attend an open house and the ^consecration of the new Methodist Church there. Mrs. Gail Ambrose and daughter visited Mr. Ambrose in Veterans Hospital In Des Moines Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Black drove them down. ° Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Gene Hansen were Mrs. Claudia Kesser of Oskaloosa, Mrs. Leonard Allison and Mrs. Miller of Eddyville, Mrs. Dexter Brosti- an of Oskaloosa and Mrs. Syl of Des Moines. They all called on Mrs. Elizabeth Rinehart in Jefferson hospital in the afternoon. Dr. and Mrs. Robert Jongewaard attended the wedding of Waunita Perry and Robert Lehman which took place in the Union Park Baptist Church in Des Moines Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Zard Jasinsky from Lake Ozark, Mo., were guests over Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lial Shaw. Mr. .and Mrs. F. E. Darling came home Monday morning after being away for the summer. They spent the month of June and also the last two weeks at Spirit Lake. During July and August 1 they were at Park Rapids, Akeley and Millac Lake, Minn. Return From Minnesota Trip (Times Herald Sews Service) WESTSIDE - Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Gedrge jLuetje" returned after a'three-day fishing trip through Minnesota. Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schelldorf were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Fielder and family of Glidden; Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Green of Dow City and Mrs. Walter Conderman and sons, Joel and Gregory, of Cedar Rapids. Larry Peters is home after receiving a discharge from the U.S. army, in which he served two years. Larry was discharged from Fort Lewis, Wash., near Seattle, and visited with relatives on the west coast before arriving home. Mr. and Mrs. Art Elias entertained relatives and friends in their home Saturday evening in honor of Mr. Elias' birthday. Mrs. Henry Linduski returned Sunday evening after spending the week in the home of her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McKellips, of Alchester, S. D. Mr. Linduski joined her over the weekend, returning to their home Sunday evening. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Johannes Herrman Saturday evening in observance of Mrs. Herrman's birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Truman Ewoldt and family, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jorgensen and family, Aspinwall; and Mrs. Minnie Vetter and Frank. Manning. CARROLL OUTDOOR Now Showing! ALAN VIRGINIA IbihoNb 1 LADDMAYO-O'BRIEN ' ,.,„.. "WARNERCOIOR ™ « JAGUAR nteunxN 'MwnoirWARNCR BROi Open at 7:00 P. M. , Adultt 60c Children Under 12 FREEI The Greatest Event in Motion Picture History! CECILBDEMILLE'S P no O UCTION visuyisioH - THE TEN COMMANDMENTS HE5T0N-BRYNNER-BAXTER' ROBINSON-DECARLOPAGCT '_«. ru SIRCtORIC NINA MARTHA JUDITH VWONT N xm DEREK • HARPWICKE. fOCH • SCOTT• ANDERSON • PRICE OUR FAMILY PLAN Childrtn at All Timet 50c 1 P»rf©rm«n«#« Osilyi Mitlnt» li45 p. m. Ivtninss at 7:45 p. m. Marintti: Adultt 90e; Students 75e Iveninfi end Sundoy: AdulU $1.50 Jtudfntt ?0e Start! Wednesday, Sept. 18th CARROil Ifldt Tuegdoy, Jock Webb in "The^DJ."
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