Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 1, 1976 · Page 4
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Miss Rupiper Bride Of Steve Wittrock Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, March 1, 1976 Repeating nuptial vows in Holy Angels Church at Roselle Feb. 28 were Sherry Rupiper of Omaha, Neb., and Steve Wittrock of Memphis, Tenn. Their parents are Mr. and- Mrs. Wayne Rupiper of Roselle and Mr. and Mrs. Refunds Due Area Persons Listed by IRS The Internal Revenue Service is trying to locate taxpayers whose refund checks for 1974 or prior years and last year's rebate checks were returned for lack of proper address. The Des Moines District IRS office has released the names of these taxpayers in an effort to locate them so that refunds can be made. Anyone whose name appears on the published list, should write to the Kansas City Service Center. P.O. Box 5136, ATTN: Stop 53A, Kansas City. Missouri 64141 and establish identity and right to receive the check. It is not necessary to consult or engage the services of a "locating" or "searching" service or anyone else to obtain information with respect to a check. It was emphasized that these refund checks are not available in Des Moines or the Kansas City Service Center so taxpayers are advised to not to make a trip to the Des Moines office of Kansas City expecting to pick up ajefund check. If it is determined that a person is entitled to a refund, the check will be issued by a disbursing office and mailed to the current address. In order to expedite the processing of the request for an undeliverable refund and eliminate the need for additional correspondence the following should be furnished when writing to the IRS office at the Service Center in Kansas City: 1. Name and address exactly as it appears on the tax return; 2. Social security number (s); 3. Address to which the refund should be mailed; 4. Approximate amount of refund; 5. Signature(s) of taxpayer (s). If it was a joint return the social security numbers and signatures of both spouses should be included. If the name of a deceased taxpayer appears on the list, furnish the name of the next of kin and documentary evidence establishing the party who has the legal right to claim the refund. Questions concerning the Jerry Schroeder ... these cattle terms? Canner - Animal that is too thin for beef; meat is boned out for hot dogs and canned food products. Cutter - Animal that is one grade better than Canners. They are usually boned out. Cow Hocked - Hind legs bowed in at the hocks as viewed from the rear. Buyers sometimes give less as these animals tend to get down in the truck and get trampled by other cattle. Dog or Dogey - Animal lacking finish, quality and size; very poor, inferior animal. Feeders - Animals with sufficient growth and flesh suitable for placing immediately into feedlots., Heavy Steers - Steers weighing 1300 pounds and up. SCHROEDER'S Carpet & Decorating Across tho Stroot from Safeway Parking Lot Downtown Carroll Charles Wittrock of Carroll. The double ring rite took place at 3 p.m., with the Rev. Jerome Coyle officiating, and was followed by a reception and dance at the Arcadia Legion hall. The bride's cousin, Carol Schoeppner, sang a solo before mass, accompanied by Mrs. Vernon Irlbeck. Theresa Berger was organist. Ushers were Keith Rupiper and Ray Wittrock, brothers of the couple. The bride's parents gave her in marriage. Mrs. Steve Seidl was matron of honor. Two of her sisters, Mrs. Denny Schultes and Shell.Rupiper, and Mrs. Rick Rupiper also attended her. Best man was the groom's brother. Jim Wittrock. Groomsmen were Mike Bazant, Randy Rupiper and Rick Rupiper, the bride's brother and cousin, respectively. Her sister and brother, Rhonda and Scott Rupiper, were flower girl and ring bearer. The bride's empire-style gown of white maracaine knit had a softly-draped A-line skirt that swept to an aisle-wide chapel train. , Venice lace enhanced the bodice that was designed with a high round neckline and long full sleeves. A lace Camelot cap held her lace-edged, double-tiered illusion veil. She carried yellow roses and white pompons. The forest green double knit dresses worn by the bride's attendants were.made by her mother. Trimmed with mint green and white lace, they featured wide cummerbunds. The attendants carried yellow roses. Before her marriage, Mrs. Wittrock was employed in Omaha by Gibbs & Hill. Inc. She graduated from Kuemper High School in 1972. Mr. Wittrock, a 1969 Kuemper graduate, is employed by Marine America. They will make their home at 4876 Chumbler Drive, Memphis. Tenn..38128. listing may be addressed to: Internal Revenue Service. Box 1337. ATTN: Taxpayer Service Division, Des Moines. Iowa 50305 or call the toll-free number. For people in the Des Moines area the phone number is 2844850, for those in the Cedar Rapids call area call 366-8771 and for the rest of the state call 800-362-2600. The IRS listing of undelivered refund checks In the Carroll area Includes: William and Rose Baddlng, Arcadia; Clara D. Barr, Sac City; Florance A. Barrett, Ida Grove, Henrietta Brobeil, Lytton; J. Keith and Odessa K. Brown, Scranton; Nicholas Buch, Harlan; William E. and Sylvia C. Butler, Harlan; Frank J. and Esther Caporal, Harlan; W. H. Clary, Lake City; David and Georgia Conrad, Carroll; Bessie B. Cross, Sac City; John M. Devaney, Vail; Ina L. Farquhar, Jefferson; Bernard Graeve, Harlan; Earl R. and Vera M. Graham, Ida Grove; Iva Green, Lake City; Tony Grote, Arcadia; William H. and Anna Giese, Exira; Marvin L. and Marilyn K. Haninck, Sac City; Gladys E. and Jewell Harriott, Lake City; Glen and Lowene Hobbs, Glidden; Albert A. Hunter, Arcadia; Alvin V. and Norma Jentzen, Arcadia; Waldon and Delia Kent, Gild- den; Mary P. Larson, Sac City; Katie Madsen, Audubon; Harvey H. and Glenetta Luckow, Sac City; Mary E. Miller, Jefferson; Randy and Mary Miller, Jefferson; S. A. Morris, Lohrvllle; Loretta Murray, Templeton; William E. Poison, Carroll; Larry L. Petersen, Exira; Charles W. and Melva Ritter, Sac City; Sandra Schmltz; Denison; Paul A. and Irma Schweers, Arcadia; Clarence Shingledecker, Audubon; Grant A. and Linda J. Turner, Deloit; Henryetta S. Van Gorder, Audubon; August Wittrock, Halbur; Vincent and Frances Wolterman, Arcadia. 4 Mary Jo Ludwig Weds Mark Bauer FRI. Thru THURS. Feb. 27-Mar. Ev«».7*9:15Sun. Mat.2»4:3C NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! INCLUDING BEST PICTURE) Ttw Story It Tru*. THURS. Thru WED. Feb. 26-Mor. 3 EVK. At 7:15 • 9:15 P.M. George Segafe HILARIOUS COMEDY! Frank Hermsen Hermsento Join New Hope Village Staff Frank Hermsen of Carroll will join the New Hope Village administrative staff Sept. 1. Executive Director Lamar Esbeck announced Monday. Hermsen will be responsible for the supportive programs to the cottages, including the activities building programs and the recreational, social and religious programs in the community. Esbeck said most of Hermsen's salary will be paid by a government program for the first year. Hermsen is elementary school counselor for St. Lawrence. Carroll and St. Bernard. Breda, having established a guidance program in both schools. He is working with students through large group guidance, small group and individual counseling. He has degrees from Iowa State University. Ames, and Northwest Missouri State University. Maryville. He formerly taught social studies and assisted with coaching in junior high at Holy Spirit school here. He was presented with the "Outstanding Young Educator" award in 1974. Hermsen is the father of two daughters. Mrs. Hermsen is a tellerin the'Carroll County State Bank. Golden Circle Members Had Card Parties The weekend card sessions for Golden Circle club members drew players for eight tables of pinochle Friday afternoon and five tables Saturday night. Mrs. Herman Nieland and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn were hostesses Friday. Score prizes were won by Mrs. Nieland, Mrs. Victor Wernimont and Mrs. Anna Hausman for the women; Mr. Wernimont and Vincent Ricke, for men; Mrs. Frank Wegner. traveling; and Mrs. Hagedorn and Mrs. Oscar Heider. tally. Winning women's prizes Saturday were Mrs. John Vanderheiden, Mrs. Wegner and Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden. Leonard Pietig and Mr. Ricke won men's score prizes. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Ricke. Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg and Mrs. Ed Hannasch were hostesses. CDA PQLKA MASS TEMPLETON - A polka mass for living and deceased members of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, will be offered at 7:30 p.m. Thursday. March 4, in Sacred Heart Church here. The court's regular meeting will follow in the school cafeteria. St. Lawrence Church in Carroll was the setting for the wedding of Mary Jo Ludwig and Mark Bauer, at 1:30 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 28. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauer, all of Carroll, are the couple's Council Will Review Budget The Carroll city council will meet in special session Tuesday, March 2 at 5 p.m. in the council meeting room on the second floor of the . Community Center. The main item of business will be a review of the city budget for the coming year and setting a date for a public h'earing on the budget. No final budget action can be taken until after it is published and the public hearing is held. You Are Invited n n/ /in/it 1 /- / 6rtt/f 7fiti//a//nr).t, \(ift/tin.\, OW.i/ TJw.'X'.v, "ant/ "J/tan/t ou «/*M ill l/ik 1 ///**.!/ t/y/'.t STONE'S now. 6th Carroll To Marry ... Mr. and Mrs. Don E. Pedersen of Coon Rapids announce the engagement of their daughter. Terri Lynn, to Douglas L. Bock, son of Mrs. LaVonne Bock of Carroll. The wedding is set for Sept. 13 at Ascension Lutheran Church. Coon Rapids. Miss Pedersen is attending Patricia Stevens Fashion and Secretarial College in Omaha. Her fiance is employed at the Carroll Country Club. parents. Bouquets of white snapdragons and pompons and blue carnations provided a floral setting for the double ring ceremony, performed by the Rev s Dale Reiff. Nuptial music featured Kathy and Linda Berger, vocalists, and Denise Snyder, flutist. Mr. and Mrs. Ludwig gave their daughter in marriage. Cindy Halbur and Bob Busche were maid of honor and best man. Also attending the bride were Michele Danzer, Mrs. Robert Strunk and Nancy Bauer. Groomsmen were Matt Bauer Jr., John Wessling and Randy Huegerich. Jim Ludwig and Dave Happe were ushers. For her late-winter wedding the bride chose a cathedral-length gown of delustered satin and re-embroidered lace, fashioned with a mandarin neckline and bishop sleeves. Lace adorned one of the three tiers of her full veil that fell to waist-length from a face-framing headpiece of pearl-trimmed lace. She carried a nosegay of white roses and blue and white daisies. Her attendants wore V-necked dresses of powder blue polyester double knit, and carried nosegays of white daisies and baby's breath with dark blue ribbons. Bodices of their gowns were smocked at the shoulders and above the flared A-line skirts. Long sleeves were elasticized at the wrists, the wrists. A reception for 450 guests was held at the Pin Oaks from •2:30 until 4:30. after which the bride and groom left for a week's northern trip. Mrs. Bauer, who is employed at The Carroll Daily Times Herald, is a 1974 graduate of Kuemper High School. Mr. Bauer graduated from the same school in 1973 and is engaged in farming. After March 7 they will reside at 622 W. Ninth St.. Carroll. -Staff Photo The Golden Comets... performed for Cub Scout Pack 113's Blue and Gold Banquet at First United Methodist Church fellowship hall Sunday night. From left: Kevin Niceswanger, Mike Cattermole, Eric Niceswanger, Ken Hanneman, Tim Gaffney and Jim Sides. Not shown are John Merritt, the drummer and Roxanne Ohde, the pianist. About 200 scouts and their families attended the potluck supper. Courtesy for Faye Wenck GLIDDEN — Faye Wenck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wenck, Glidden, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon at (he home of Mrs. Lyle Hein, near Carroll. Hostesses were the aunts of the future bride: Carol Conner, Mrs. Elmer Hein Jr., Mrs. Oliver Wenck, Mrs. Marion Winger and Mrs. Lyle Hein. The gift table was decorated with an umbrella and streamers in the wedding colors of aqua, pink and white. The 30 guests played games. Miss Wenck will marry Reggie Rohrbeck. son of Mr. .and Mrs. Burton Rohrbeck, Glidden, on March 13 at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Lidderdale. jSoc/'a/ Calendar] MONDAY- Eastern Star Welcome Wagon Golden Circle Xi Gamme Pi, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Rainbow Girls TUESDAY— , Hospital Auxiliary Board, 9:30 a.m. Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Larry Lenz Fortnighters, Mrs. Mike Wittrock Variety Club, Mrs. Darwin Teague Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Julius Kanne J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Louis Wolterman Pla-Mor, Mrs. X). H. Juergens Town and Country. Mrs. , Walter Seyller v F.N.W. Euchre, Mrs. Hugo Wessling Community Club, Mrs. Louis Bueltel Players 8, Mrs. LeRoy Lynch A. B. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark High Bidders, Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Finessettes, Mrs. Thomas Schapman PeTsonals Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wells and daughter Melissa spent Sunday in Newton visiting their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wells and family. The Wells' moved this weekend into a new home at 1115 N. 10th Ave. Mr. Wells is in management training at Maytag Company. j Business Briefs j l(li Rttbert Partricl'gel executive vice-president df the ^National Rural Electric Cooperative Association, will be the featured speaker at the Corn Belt Power Cooperative's annual meeting to be held Wednesday. March 24 at the Starlite Restaurant in Fort Dodge. Among those attending the one-day meeting, estimated to number 250. will be representatives of 14 member rural electric cooperatives Corn Belt serves in 26 North Central Iowa counties. Also attending will be representatives from the North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative Association, a group of municipal members receiving power from Corn Belt. Partridge will keynote the afternoon sessions. He joined the NRECA staff in 1961 after having served for 15 years with the Rural Electrification Administration. . At NRECA, he was successively the senior legislative representative, the executive assistant to the general manager, and the acting general manager prior to being named to his present position in 1968. In his current position. Partridge is the chief administrative officer for NREC and leading spokesman for nearly 1,000 rural electric systems that comprise its membership. Board President Warren C. Snell of Webster City will preside at the morning session when director elections will be held. Also on tap will be the presentation of 25 Year Service Awards. In addition to the business sessions, a special ladies program will be held. It will feature noted artist Inge Chase from Thurmond, la. -0- SCRANTON - An 80x300-foot addition is being 'birili'ontfrthe preseht'Seranlon Manufacturing. Inc.' building. The addition will be "a little bigger than the present building." according to Bruce McLaughlin. president of the Scranton firm. The building is being built "to increase production and for storage purposes." he said. Completion of the addition will be in about two weeks, he added. The extra room will be needed because the company is taking on new products and will be shipping nationwide. Scranton Manufacturing is now shipping its products into Canada and Hawaii. Scranton Manufacturing produces farm equipment "built of heavy gauge, high -tensile square tubing." Their product line includes round bale and square bale feeders; farm gates for cattle, hogs and horses; slant bar feeder panels; portable horse stalls; tractor bale movers; pickup truck bale movers: tag axles; tassle pullers: corral panels; pickup truck spare tire carriers: and hay stack movers. One of the new products will be a hay mover for trucks which will load arid stack the hay, McLaughlin said. Another reason for the expansion is that "last fall's sales were good and we were running out of room." he said. -0- AUDUBON - Hi-Way Implement Company has completed construction of a new building at a location one mile south of Audubon just off Highway 71. The firm is operated by Charles Goeken and his son, Dick. The new structure is 70-120 ft. in size. The company is a dealer for several farm machinery lines. -0- Pictures painted and drawn by children will illustrate the Telephone Company's Appointment Calendar for 'l'977. 'according to Carroll Northwestern Bell Manager Wayne Weeks. The calendar, which contains information for telephone users, will be distributed this year through Northwestern Bell business offices. Weeks said students in the first through sixth grades are invited to submit artwork which can be considered for use in the calendar. Entry rules and instructions have been sent to elementary schools. "Our calendar has featured original art by adults in recent years." Weeks said. "It's become a popular calendar. For 1977. we want to give some younger artists.9 chance'to show off their talent. I think they'll give us some pleasant surprises. Children's art can be delightful." ' Twelve pictures, one to illustrate each month, will be selected for reproduction in the 1977 calendar. Elementary school students in all communities served by Northwestern Bell are eligible to participate. Young artists whose art is chosen will receive a certificate and a Savings Bond. Special awards will be presented to their schools. -0- Tony Vogl, representing.the Farmers Cooperative in Arcadia, attended a special feed school sponsored by Land O'Lakes Agricultural Services held recently in Fort Dodge. The purpose of the Basic Feed Schools is to continue the education program of training employes in their role of serving farmers'. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Just moved in? I can help you out. Don't worry and wonder about learning your way around town. Or what to see and do. Or whom to ask. As your WELCOME WAGON Hostess, I can simplify the business of getting settled. Help you begin to enjoy your . new town... good shopping, local attractions, community opportunities. And my basket is full of useful gifts to please your family. Take a break from unpacking and call me. 792-9394 OPEN/NG for the NEW SEASON Starting Wednesday, Mar. 3,11 a.m. "The Place with Food for Everyone" FEATURING Burger Family Fried Chicken — Tubs, Dinners and Fillet Sandwiches Homemade Pizzas Shrimp —Dinners and Sandwiches Fish — Dinners and Sandwiches / Pork Tendas Hot Dogs and Chili Dogs Large Variety of Sandwiches French Fries, Tater Tots arid Onion Rings Malts, Shakes and Ice Cream Soft Drinks "Home of the Famous A & W Root Beer" A & W DRIVE-IN RESTAURANT Linda & Bill Rickard Ph. 792-9673 Jet. Hwy. 30 & 71

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