Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 29, 1959 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 29, 1959
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Round Table Season Opens With Dinner Round Table opened its fall series of meetings with a no-host- rss dinner at 7 o'clock Monday evening in the Gold Room of the Burke Motor Inn. A fall arrangement centered the dinner table. Twenty members were present 50th Wedding Anniversary Is Observed at Ute (Time* Herald News Senirr) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Honnes Mohr of Ute quietly observed thier golden wedding anniversary Tuesday, Sept. 22. Those present were: Mr and Mrs. Chris Bauer. Mrs. Christena Huenziker, Auburn; Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Mohr and Mr. and Mrs. John Aschbrenner. Breda; Mrs. Henry Mohr and sou. Alvin. Kit a. Fred and Carl Schmidt. Wall Lake; Mrs Paul Fogel. Milledgeville. 111.; Mrs. Ernest Mohr. Mrs. Kathryn and Minnie Mohr. Mrs Pitta Burmahl and Dorothy, Preston; Lily Bratthauer and Mr. and Mrs. Honnes Mohr, Ute. Cake and ice cream were served, with Mrs. Etta Burmahl. Preston, pouring Ernest Mohr and Mrs. Burmahl are brother and sister of Honnes Mohr. Ernest Mohr was one of the attendants at the wedding 50 years ago. at the informal meeting, conducted by Mrs. B. B. Lehman, president. * * * Programs for the 1959-$0 club year were distributed. Theme for the year is "Fun, Fortune and Femininity." Members of the program committee are Mrs. John E. Gnam. Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and Mrs. Frank Hoffmann. Arrangements for last night's meeting were in charge of the program committee. Mrs. R. W. Humphrey will be hostess to Round Table's next meeting Monday evening, Oct. 12. Personals Mrs. John Bock returned Sunday night from Meade, Neb., where she had visited since Friday with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Smith and family. Mr. and Mrs Smith have a baby son, David John, born Sept. 14. Roseniarie Fritz Rosemarie Fritz Is Selected for A.A.U.W. Board New Theme Studied By Wesleyan Guild Ttmii Herald, Carroll, la. i Tu«idiy, Sept 29, 1959 Wesleyan Service Guild members met for the first time this fall in the Methodist Church parlor Monday evening. Both the worship service and lesson introduced the year's theme, "There's A Light Upon the Moun- SS. Peter and Paul's Rummage Sale. Oct. 2 and 3. Art Rust Bldg. Pick ups. Dial 3428 and 9537. adv. J Kay Cnvanaugh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Cavanaugh, '• was home over the weekend. She ' is a student at the College of St. Mary's, Omaha. M.C.C. Club Plays Pinochle At Mrs. Dierks' Members of the M.C.C. Club met at the home of Mrs. August Dierks for an afternoon of pinochle Monday. Mrs. Delia Lauridsen was a guest. Mrs. Louis lrlbeck won the high score prize and Mrs. Augusta Grimsman, second high. Mrs. Dierks served lunch at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Grimsman will entertain Oct. 12. LaVonnc Dreesen, Omaha, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. L. C. Dreesen. Public Card Party, with food and bake sale, Wednesday. Sept. 30, SS. Peter and Paul Auditorium. 130 p.m. adv. Now thru Thurs. CATtY GRANT EVA MARIE SAINT JAMES MASON NORTH BY NORTHWEST . tgfyaw- nouacoitt. Feature at 7:00 & 9:35 P. M. Attending a birthday dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Reinemund at Audubon Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Heuton and Danny, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. L. P. Baker and Dr. and Mrs. N. E. Waples, Jefferson; and Dr. and Mrs. Paul Baker and children, Denison. The birthdays of Mrs. Reinemund and Mrs. Schumacher, which occurred Friday, and Mr. Schumacher, which was Sunday, were celebrated. Rosemarie Fritz, daughter of Mrs. Marie Rente, Carroll, has been selected to represent Viterbo College. LaCrosse, Wis., on the 10- member college board of the American Assn. of University) Women, the first of its kind in the LaCrosse area. Purpose of the board will be to increase the AAUW scholarship fellowship fund by having members take part in various style shows or informal modeling sponsored by LaCrosse merchants. The girls also will be available to merchants to aid other college students in choosing their proper attire for various school events during the year. Board members act voluntarily so that sponsoring merchants will contribute towards the AAUW fund. The group will meet periodically to review modeling techniques and study suitable dress for various types of women. Miss Fritz is a senior at Viterbo. majoring in home economics. She is a graduate of Kuemper High School. Carroll. 6th District Federated Club Meeting Oct. 5 The annual meeting of the 6th District of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs will be held at the Pocahontas Catholic School Monday, Oct. 5. The meeting is the official call to state officers, district officers, committee women, county chairmen, club presidents and members of federated clubs of the sixth district, according to Mrs. Donald L. Hillyer, Carroll County chairman. Registration and coffee hour begins at 8 a.m. Luncheon will be served at noon. Reservations for the luncheon should be made with Mrs. C. R. Bash, Pocahontas, by The tickets aje $1.25. Program theme for the all-day meeting will be "The past cannot be changed, and the future is in your hands." There will be exhibits and workshops for all departments. Mrs. Ray E. Licklider, Rockwell City, 6th district chairman, will be in charge of the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller, San Beruadino. Calif., spent Saturday night in Carroll, and were Sunday breakfast guests of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Gietz. Margaret Carney was also a breakfast«guest. Mr. Miller is superntendent of San Bernadtno schools. They are taking a month's vacation trip, going from here to Clarion, where Mr. Miller taught at one time. Included on their itinerary are Chicago, St. Louis, New Orleans, and Corpus Christi, Tex., where Mr. Miller will attend a national superintendts' convention. Hamburger Supper. Oct. 4. Lutheran Church basement. Serving 5 to 8 p.m. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ryan spent Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ryan and family at Corning. PENNEY'S ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY* STARTS THURSDAY, OCTOBER 1st! DON'T WAIT!.. PENNEY'S BIRTHDAY BARGAINS WONT! HURRY...EVERYBODY POCKETS SPECTACULAR SAVINGS DURING PENNEY'S BIGGEST BIRTHDAY EVER! DON'T MISS IT! Elect Officers At Meeting of Templeton Youths The Templeton Junior and Jun- ioretles met Thursday evening in the parish hall lor their first fall meeting. The following officers were elected: Troop No. 1: president, Nancy Schreck; vice president, Jean Soppe, secretary-treasurer, Barbara Friedman; reporter. Teresa Kuhl. Troop 2: president, Sandra Niehaus: vice president, Lois Langel; secretary-treasurer, Janice Davis; reporter, Joleen Ocken. Lunch was served by Linda W'ol- terman, Sandra Niehaus, Sharon Niehaus and Jean Soppe. Games were played later in the evening. Future projects were discussed. The next meeting will be a Halloween party. Mrs. Anderson Monday Bridge Table Hostess tain." Mrs. Gerald Darling, worship leader, read Scripture and discussed briefly some of the new year's responsibilities. In presenting the lesson, Margaret Brady stated, "There is a light upon the mountain — always. But it won't have meaning for us unless we see it, identify it, appreciate it and Interpret it to ourselves and to others." She went on to say, "It is a good thing to make an appraisal of what a year's harvest can bring to us and what we in this church can (bring to light the mountain of a new church year ... If Christian women cannot point out at least a few golden rays upon the topmost peaks, then it is a dark globe, indeed." * * * Beaulah Osborne, president, conducted the routine business meeting. Mrs. Keith Eason, program chairman, distributed the program books for the year. Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus, treasurer, distribut e d world banks. The group voted to dispense with serving lunch at regular meetings this year. It was also voted that the guild would attend a study course, "Mission in Town and Country", led by Mrs. Ivan C. Bys, at two evenjng meetings in April. Miss Osborne and Mrs. Eason served lunch in fellowship hall following the meeting. Members sat around a lace-covered table centered with an arrangement of driftwood and ivy. complemented with dark green tapers. The Guild presented a wedding gift to Mrs. Frank A. Tooley. The next meeting will be Oct. 26. Linda Meisheid And James Loneman Wed (Time* Herald News Service.) DEDHAM — The marriage of Linda Meisheid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meisheid of Ded- Mrs. Louis H. Anderson was table hostess at the Monday Bridge Club meeting at the Burke Motor Inn Monday. The luncheon table was centered with an African violet arrangement. At contract bridge, Mrs. W. E. Bates was winner of high score prize; Mrs. O. C. Morrison, second high; and Mrs. W. J. Wieland, low. Mrs. J. C. Heider will be table hostess at the Burke Oct. 12. Barbara Kult Is The Bride of Marlow Eiben Celebrating the ninth birthday of her daughter, Barbara Kay, Mrs. Lester Eich entertained eight girls at a party in their home in Templeton Sunday afternoon. The guests, all classmates in the fourth grade at Sacred Heart School, were Linda Eichman, Patricia Langel, Monica Eich, Rea- Ann Klein, Susan Sporrer, Margene Smith, Joyce Wiskus and Diana Scott. They brought gifts to ham, to James L. Loneman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loneman of Maple River took place at St. Joseph's Church here at 0:30 this morning, Sept. 29. The Rev. Henry Meyer officiated at the double ring ceremony preceding the Nuptial High Mass. Sr. M. Theresette. organi s t, played the Processional by Rev. L. A. Dobblesteen O. Praem, and the Recessional by Amil Bosi. St. Joseph School Choir sang the Mass, and Offertory "0 Sanctissima" by J. Singenberger, and the Hymn "Now Raise Your Joyful Voices" by J. Singenberger, as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white pompon chrysanthemums tied with Madonna blue satin ribbon on the Blessed Virgin altar. * * * The bride wore an all - white, floor-length gown of Chantiily lace and tullene over bridalure satin de- Barbara Kay. The girls played games, for | signed with a traditional all lace Pomptae Somateo Club Entertained By Mrs. AI Gute Girl Scout Leaders At Ft. Dodge Meeting Five representatives of the Carroll Girl Scout Neighborhood Association attended a board meeting of the Lakota Girl Scout Council at Hotel Warden in Fort Dodge Monday. MARRIED . . . Sept. 19 at St. Lawrence Church, Carroll, were Mr. and Mrs. Richard F. Lansink. Mrs. Lansink, the former Janet Yankey, Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yankey, Vail. The couple are at home near Odcbolt, where Mr. Lansink is engaged in farming. (Paige and Paige Photo) which prizes were giver;; and Mrs. Eich served lunch. Barbara Kay's birthday cake centered the table. Roy Fergusons Re-elected By The Couples Club bodice, short sleeves, and bouffant skirt cascading in tler-on-tier of alternating lace and net ruffles in miniature. The fingertip veil of silk tulle was caught to a crown tiara trimmed with seed pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of feathered white chrysanthemums flor- ettes centered with white mums. Bridesmaid was Janet Grossman, a friend of the bride, who was gowned in beige lace over brown satin, balU?'-:tia - length, fashioned (TiniBH Herald Neun Service) LAKE VIEW — The Couples Club 'of the Congregational Church held their first fall meeting at the > church Thursday evening. Mr. and ] with a full skirt, and puff sleeves. Mrs. Roy Ferguson were re-elect- With this she wore matching slip- ed sponsors and Mrs. Leo Miller pers and hat. She carried a fire- was elected secretary-treasurer. A side basket holding bronze mums planned basket dinner was served. | and pompons. DeBelles Glub Meets Monday At Mrs. Happe's DeBelles Club met at the home ! iJ rs - f^ZY'^'Tl^ IHA^ Mrs. Leo Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Tables were decorated with fall arrangements. Names were drawn for the serving during the year. Thursday's hosts were Mr. and of Mrs. Richard D. Happe Monday night. Mrs. Happe presented gifts to two guests, Mrs. M. J. Hall and Mrs. William L. Otto. Mrs. L. A. Perschau was winner Claude Peters. Mrs. Henry Peters entertained the Canasta Club at her home Tuesday. Mrs. Lester Ramsey was a, side. Norman Meisheid, brother of the bride attended the bridegroom. * * * The dinner and reception for 50 guests was held at the Brown Derby at Carroll. The bridal table was centered with a wedding cake placed on shadowed green huckelber- ry foliage with candles at either The five were Mrs. James M. ] 0 f the high score prize, and Mrs. Mrs. Al Gute was hostess Monday evening to Pomptae Somateo Club at a dessert-bridge at her' tion of Mrs. Wilkcns as chairman Tierney, Mrs. John E. Martin and Mrs. L. A. Smith, board members; Mrs. Ray Wilkens and Mrs. Ralph Peters, members of the nominating committee. A luncheon meeting of the board in the hotel at noon was preceded by a meeting of the nominating committee at 10 a.m. in Lakota Girl Scout Council offices. Recommendations were made to fill committee vacancies subject to acceptance by the nominees. At the board meeting the elec- Joe Gronstal, second high. guest. Prizes went to Mrs. Wilmer Hanson and Mrs. Merrill Thorpe. Alice Norman entertained the Dessert and coffee were served |WCTU . un , t at the Ross Irwin after the games Mrs. James Kratoska will be the next hostess in one week, Oct. 5. SPEAKS THURSDAY (Times Herald New* Sen lee) COON RAPIDS — Mrs. Robert home Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Liljegren was a guest and invited the club to her home Oct. 27. Mrs. Ernie Swanson was in charge of devotions and program. The year's programs were discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Loneman will be at home after a week's wedding trip to Southern States. Their address will be the Wernimont building. For traveling the bride will wear a charcoal black suit with black and rust accessories. Mrs. Loneman is a graduate of St. Joseph's School. Dedham, and Mr. Loneman of St. Francis School. Maple River, and Carroll High home. Fall floral arrangements centered the tables. Thelma Winnike, an additional guest, received a gift. Mrs. Paul Murphy held high score, and Mrs. Wilbur Walz, second high. of the Carroll Girl Scout Neighbor hood Association was confirmed. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Eldridge Mrs. Don Tischer, Mrs. Doyle, School. He is employed as atten- Deal, district secretary of Christian ! Prescott, Mrs. Russell Mason,! dant at Joe's Sinclair Service Sta- Social Relations, will speak at the | Mrs. Jim Wulf and Mrs. Merlyn • tion. Star meeting of the Woman's So-! Finders attended the Odebolt ciety of Christian Service, to be O.E.S. Friendship Night Tuesday, hold at the Coon Rapids parsonage Mrs. Prescott. Mrs. Wulf and Mrs. Thursday. Oct. 1. Mrs. Earl Jos- J Finders were guest officers. 'Plans' 'were "made "for the "annual I is host f s for tne 1:30 pm ' .T~Z ', nut sale in November and each j dessert luncheon. Carroll Band tO neighborhood chairman was asked to appoint a camp director. Reports were given by officers, staff Mrs. Leo Hulsing will entertain' members and committee chair the club Monday evening, Oct. 19. FRESHMAN STUDENT CLINTON — Janet Mary Kanne, drughter of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kanne, near Carroll, is enrolled in the freshman class at Mount St. Clare College, Clinton, a re- 1 port from the college states. Miss | Kanne is a 1939 graduate of ! Kuemper High School and was active in various divisions of the DYO. Freshman orientation was Sept. 14, and .formal opening of the school. Sept. 21. 4 NU-LIFT Maternity Wear v for \ .Expectant Mothers Nursing Bras • Maternity Bras • Garter Belts • Panty Girdles • Panties with garters J ACQUIS Pink Shop 121 We$t 5th — Dial 2135 Barbara Kay Eich Has Birthday Party COON RAPIDS — Barbara Jean Kult, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kult, Coon Rapids, became the bride of Marlow C. Eiben Saturday. Sept. 26. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Eiben, Gray. * * * The Rev. Robert E. Dougherty celebrated the nuptial mass and double ring ceremony at 9:30 a.m. in Annunciation Church, Coon Rap! ids. The bride was given in marriage by her fauer. Wedding mu- | sic was by the children's choir, i Margaret Fay, Churdan, was I maid of honor. Bridesmaids were : Charlotte Savage, Kimballton, and , Velma Theulen, DyersviUe. Ordell I Eiben, Omaha, attended the bride' groom as best man. Groomsmen were Neil Kult and Willis Olson. Merle Cronbaugh and Robert Reil. , seated the wedding guests, j A reception for 100 guests was held in Annunciation hall follow, ing the ceremony. * * * The bride, a registered nurse, graduated from St. Anthony School of Nursing in 1957. The bridegroom ! graduated from Viola High School S and is now serving in the U.S. Air Force. Mr. and Mrs. Eiben will live in Olathe. Kan. men. The next board meeting will be held in the educational building of St. John's Lutheran Church, Storm Lake, at 6 p.m. October 26. Cherub Choir to Sing at C. R. Church (Times Herald Newt Service) COON RAPIDS — The Cherub Choir, made up of youngsters from five to eight years of age, will sing at the second fall Family Night to be held at First Methodist Church Thursday evening, Oct. 1. Covered dish dinner will honor the church school teachers and their families. A new group at the church will also appear on the program — a male quartet composed of Bill Subbert, first tenor; Bob Josten, second tenor; Delmar Johnson, baritone and John J. Schumacher, bass. The family night is one of the features of Christian Education Week. Teachers and officers of Coon Rapids and Star were consecrated last Sunday. October is "Rally Month" in the two churches, with World Wide Communion next Sunday. Calendar Wednesday- Zone Rally, Lutheran Women's Missionary League, Lake City H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Lillian Reinhart Wa-Tan-Ye Club, J. C. Schwarzenbach Home Carroll County Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hall, Dedham Thursday— Jaycee-ettes, Mrs. James Spieker. Clio Club, Public Library Clubroom Kardettes, Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse N.O.E. Club, Mrs. Cliff Bell Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple 8-4 Fun Club, Mrs. Foster Miller Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Roy J. Burns Sunday— Toastmistress, Council No. 2, Ft. Dodge Monday- Eastern Star, Past Matrons and Patrons Night, 6:30 potluck, Masonic Temple Trinity Guild, Myrtle Walden J.A.B. Club, Mrs. Russell Wunschel Sioux City Saturday The Carroll High School Marching Band under the direction of Karl Rogosch will take part in the annual Band Day at Morningside College, Sioux City, Saturday. Band members will leave for Sioux City about 5:30 a.m. They will be accompanied by Dr. and Mrs. 'Harold E. Deur and Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Halverson, who will serve as chaperons. The Carroll hand is scheduled to appear in a downtown parade at 9 a.m. and to perform in a massed band of 3,000 players during halftime of the football game Saturday afternoon. BACK FROM OKLAHOMA TEMPLETON — Mr. and Mrs. John Hoffman of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hoffman of Manning returned Friday night from a week's trip to Canute, Okla.. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steffes and family. Mrs. Steffes is a sister of John and Joe Hoffman. While in Oklahoma, they saw cotton gins at Canute and Burns Flat and visited Sherman Air Force Base near Burns Flat. Coon Rapids Ladies Attend Fall Seminar (Time* Herald News Service) COON RAPIDS - Thirteen members of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First and Star Methodist Churches attended a fall seminar at Bayard Tuesday. Representing Coon Rapids were: Mrs. L. C. Bowman, president: Mrs. Morrie Powers; Mrs. Maurice Campbell; Mrs. Jennie Dankel; Mrs. Albert Patrick; Mrs. Goldie Bower and Mrs. Darrell Bower; from Star were: Mrs. Glenn Bolger, Mrs. Hazel Bolger, Mrs. Laura Anderson, Miss Rhoda Wilson and Mrs. Delbert Ford. Mrs. Earl Josten represented both societies. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Peeking Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agtnt* for North American Van Lines, inc Starline Ballroom Tues., Sept 29 Skippy Anderson and His Orchestra Benefit: Lidderdale Holy Family Church • • PLAN AHEAD Plan ahead to protect your family's vital legacy of insurance and savings from excessive funeral expense. The wise family head arranges for funeral needs in advance of sorrow. Call today about our modern plan. TWIT m m m a PHONE 3191 CARROLL So Much Beauty At So Little Cost! SUPER KEM-TONE for the easiest, loveliest decorating possible! 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