Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 22, 1976 · Page 4
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Miss Halbur Bride Of Thomas Denker Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, March 22, 1976 HALBUR — Margaret Halbur and Thomas Denker, both of Denison, were married in a 1 p.m. ceremony at St. Augustine Church here Saturday, March 20. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Josephine Halbur of Halbur and the late William Halbur, and was given in marriage by her brother, William Halbur Jr. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Denker of Denison. The Rev. Leo Riesberg officiated at the double ring wedding at an altar graced with lavender mums. Maureen Halbur was organist, accompanying the Halbur Men's Choir. Ushers were brothers of the couple, William Halbur and Terry Denker. Honor attendants were their sister and brother, Patricia Halbur and Tim Denker. Bridesmaids were Carolyn Denker, sister of the groom, Janice Heinen and Diane Sibbel. The bride's brother, Larry Halbur, Rick Schramm and Ronald Rother were groomsmen. For her afternoon wedding Miss Halbur chose an empire gown finished with a chapel train. The lace-covered bodice had a scoop neckline and chiffon butterfly sleeves. Lace trimmed the flowing chiffon skirt and also the headpiece that held her waist-length veil. In her bouquet were large yellow mums, multi-colored daisies and carnations, and baby's breath. EVENING DUPLICATE A new series of duplicate bridge events will begin Wednesday, March 24, at 8 p.m. at the Iowa Public Service community room. All duplicate players are welcome to the informal games, which will be played bi-weekly. Chairman of the first session will be Mrs. Robert Kelly. 7 DAYS FM. Thru THURS. MARCH 19 thru 25 tv.i. 7:15 «9il5 Sun. Af = '1:30,^3:30,' 5:30, 7:3O, 9:30 -, BROUGHT BACK NOTSINCE LCVESIDRY 'THE OTHER SICE |PG] OF THE '. MOUNTAIN? "SUNSHINE BOYS" AdvwtiMd on program will be thown lot»f. 7 DAYS) FRIDAY Thru THURS. 7 DAYS Starts fri., MAR. 19 Eves. At 7 * 9 P.M. Sun. Al 2:00, 7:OO, 9:00 The bride's colors — pink, yellow, lavender and mint green — were shown in the A-line dresses worn by her attendants and their bouquets of carnations, daisies and baby's breath. Three hundred guests were entertained at a reception in the parish hall from 2 until 4:30. Mrs. Denker, a 1973 graduate of Kuemper High School, is employed by Carpet Specialties, Inc., in Denison. Her husband graduated from Denison High School and is engaged in farming. Their address will be Route 2, Denison, after a week's trip to the Ozarks. Mrs. Reitz Gives F.L.C. Club Program "Contributions of Women — Our Patriots in Petticoats" was the title of the program presented by Mrs. W. L. Reitz at the F.L.C. Club meeting Friday afternoon. The club met at the home of Mrs. Carl Bauerle, with Mrs. Lafe Schoenjahn as co-hostess. Mrs. Reitz' paper dealt with women of the 17th and 18th Centuries, especially those in the George Washington era. She told of their problems and duties and of the initiative they took in various situations. Among the women she described were Martha Washington, Molly Pitcher, Deborah Sampson, Nancy Hart and Abigail Adams. She closed with the poem, "This Is My Country." Mrs. Merle Stevens, president, read the poem "A Gift for Today" to open the meeting and "Give Us Wisdom" by the Rev. Peter Marshall, at the close. A social hour followed the program and business session. Lunch was served from a table decorated in a green and white colonial motif, with Mrs. Reitz presiding at the silver service. The club's April 9 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Verdis Hansen. DKGMet At Denison Manilla members of Alpha Delta chapter, Delta Kappa Gamma society for teachers were hostesses for the monthly meeting Saturday at the First Federal Savings and Loan building in Denison. Mrs. LaVerne Fielding of Scranton, president, conducted the meeting during which DKG goals were reviewed. The group heard a report from the nominating committee; election will be held at the next meeting, April 24 at Scranton. The professional affairs committee was in charge of the program in which Mrs. David Farrell of Carroll explained the Equal Rights Amendment and the Iowa Commission on the status of women. Also attending from Carroll was Mrs. Colette Bock. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Miss Dolezal Bride Of John AAcGovern Engaged ... Mrs. Resell a Berger of Carroll announces the engagement of her daughter Linda to James Lehmann, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lehmann of La Crescent, Minn. Miss Berger graduated from Clarke College in 1972 and her fiance, from the University of Minnesota in 1975. Both teach at Marquette High School in Bellevue. A summer wedding is planned. The marriage of Ann Mary Dolezal and John Edward McGovern, both of Evergreen, Colo., took place in Sacred Heart Church, Denver, Colo., at noon Saturday, March 20. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. R.J. Dolezal of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. F.E. McGovern of Columbus, Ohio. The Rev. Mark McKenzie officiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Dolezal was given in marriage by her father and attended by Mrs. Thomas Dolezal. David Zeier was best man and Robert John Dolezal II ushered. Vocalists were Roger and Kathy Brown. The bride wore an A-line gown of ivory princess satin, styled with a chapel train extending from the waist. Motifs of jeweled ivory Alencon lace trimmed the scoop neck, and the tapered sleeves were finished with lace flounces. The skirt hem featured scallops of pearls. A mantilla of gupiere lace fell from a Medice cap, and a long silk illusion veil flowed over her train. She carried gardenias, yellow roses and ivy as her bridal bouquet. The matron of honor's jSoG/a/ Calendar MONDAY — Round Table, 8 p.m., Mrs. Lambert Winnike Newman Study Club, Mrs. L.R. Chapman Rebekah Lodge W.B. Club, Mrs. Robert Christensen Double Four, Mrs. Zita Hulsebus Golden Circle TUESDAY — Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Norman Winchester Newcomers Coffee, 9:30 Officers of County Unit Are Elected DEDHAM - Officers of the Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary for the year i!976,-77 wer.ei (elected, at ithe,, monthly ;rnee.ting held here' recently arid will be installed at Manning April 28. Mrs. Vernon Noelck of Arcadia was elected president; Mrs. Jerry Huff of Glidden, vice president, and Mrs. Bernita Bruggeman of Arcadia, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Noelck will succeed Mrs. Alvan Hansen, who conducted the meeting. Guest speaker was William Polking of Carroll, whose topic was "Wills and Estate Planning." Members were reminded of upcoming conventions and informed that 8th District is in fifth place in membership. County Auxiliary membership is nine under quota. All units except Coon Rapids gave reports. Mrs. Harold Pomeroy of Dedham was given an honorary certificate of membership by the Dedham unit. The Manning 'unit received the attendance prize and Mrs. Lola Ahrendsen of Manning, the door prize. Bicentennial colors and a St. Patrick's theme were used in centerpieces on the refreshment table. Mrs. Eugene Kitt was at the coffee service. Games were played to end the evening. a.m., court house Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Allan Peterson E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Edward Fasbender B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Lamar Esbeck DeltaDek, Red Carpet A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Art Reinart H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Clair Schmitz WEDNESDAY— Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. James Furey Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Archie Jones Toastmistress, Derby Finessettes, Mrs. Ewald Stock Golden Circle euchre Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS Cub Scouts Hold Pinewood Derby The St. Lawrence Cub Scout Pack 102 had its annual Pinewood Derby Sunday night. ' The race winners were Tom Dozler, first; Don Wiederin, second and Kevin Wiederin, third. Other race car awards went to Steven Frank, most original car; Dan Vanderheiden, most colorful car, and Tim Stockert, best designed car. The colors for the meeting were presented by Den 9, under the direction of Mrs. Joe Vanderheiden. Mrs. William Lappe will not have a den meeting this week. HONORED Sgt. Larry D. Schulze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Delton Schulze of R.R. 1, Coon Rapids, has been honored at Kincheloe AFB, Mich., as Outstanding Airman of the Month. Schulze, a bomb-navigation systems mechanic with the 449th Air Material Squadron, was cited for his exemplary conduct and duty performance. A 1970 graduate of Coon Rapids Community High School, he received his A.A. degree in 1972 from Iowa Central Community Junior College. FINAL CLEARANCE! 2 RACKS OF LADIES FALL and WINTER DRESSES - COORDINATES ODDS and ENDS 00 $' full-length gown of apricot jersey was fashioned with a jacket fitted to the bodice. The church was decorated with varied spring floral arrangements. Sixty guests were entertained at a 2 p.m. reception at Brook Forest Inn, Evergreen. The bride is a graduate of Barat College, Lake Forest, 111., and is employed by the Jefferson County (Colo.) School System. Mr. McGovern holds a B.A. degree from Notre Dame University and an M.B.A. degree from DePaul University. He is employed by Forest Heights Children's Residential Treatment Center. After a week's honeymoon at Aspen, Colo., the couple's address will be Route 2, Box 440 F, Evergreen, Colo. Announce Engagements At Audubon Times Herald News Service AUDUBON — Engagements of several young women from Audubon are announced. Linette Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Keith W. ' Johnson, and Randy Hadley, son of Mrs. Kenneth Hadley and the late Mr. Hadley, will be married Aug. 14. The future bride is a student at Iowa Central Community college and her fiance attends the University of Iowa. Planning a May 1 wedding are Cindy Mortensen and Randy Nelson. Parents of the couple are the Roy Morten- sens and the Richard Nelsons, all of Audubon. Leah Ann Mogg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Phil Mogg Jr., and Curtis Gale Peterson are planning their wedding for July 10. The prospective bridegroom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Peterson of Kimballton. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Smith announce the .engagement of their daughter, Catherine, and James D. Merselis of Omaha, son of Dr. and Mrs. H.K. Merselis. The couple is planning a June wedding. Miss Smith and her fiance are graduates of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln. Weekly Card Events Held Gold sn Circle Club members participated in the weekly card sessions at the clubrooms Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen was hostess Friday afternoon when six tables of pinochle were in play. Score prizes were won by Mrs. Leonard Pietig, Mrs. Louise Fasbender and Mrs. Vincent Ricke, for the women; Mr. Ricke and Victor Wernimont, for the men. Mrs. Frank Wegner received the traveling prize and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Herman Nieland, tally prizes. Four tables were in play Saturday night; hostess was Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden. Women's prizes in pinochle went to Mrs. Ed Hannasch, Mrs. Ricke and Mrs. Vanderheiden. Lawrence Hesslingh and Peter Hausman were men's winners. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Albert Baumhover and her husband won the tally prize. IN SORORITY Mary Elizabeth Peterson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Allen M. Peterson, Carroll, has been initiated into the Delta Epsilon Chapter of Delta Delta Delta social sorority at Millikin University, Decatu/, v lll. Nancy Heithoff Wed To Ronald Bowman —Wandel Studio Photo Mr. and Mrs. Richard Neppl Couple Says Nuptial Vows Joanne Leisner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leisner Sr. of Escanaba, Mich., and Richard Neppl of Indianapolis, Ind., were married in Carroll Feb. 14 and are making their home here. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Neppl of Lake City. Attendants were her sister, Mrs. Francis Perryman of Rockford, 111., and his brother, Robert Neppl of Iowa City. A dinner and reception for 65 guests were held in the Fireside Room of Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Neppl attended Bay De Noc College at Escanaba and will manage the Poplar Motel, Inc. in Carroll. The groom holds a B.A. degree in finance and insurance from the University of Iowa and is a junior accountant with Pringle Tax Service. Organizational Meeting Set for Lions Club The Carroll Lions Club will hold another organizational meeting Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. in Tony's Restaurant. The dinner meeting will feature a 15 minute film about Lions and human sight conservation, primarily the eye bank concept. Anyone interested in joining the club should attend the meeting, according to charter member Dr. Michael Davis. v IN THE ALLEY • You Are Invited /</ .r*v titir tarytf itWc'//</« n/ fni/wr //«*«;.! ///• //*• ltrui\> r/ "J/ianA tyou YO& DEDHAM — Speaking nuptial vows in St. Joseph's Church here on March 19 were Nancy Heithoff, daughter of Mrs. Helen Heithoff of Gray, and Ronald Bowman, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bowman of Coon Rapids. The double ring rite took place at 7 p.m. with the Rev. Henry Meyer officiating, and was followed by a reception for about 250 guests in the parish hall. Baskets of white gladioli and daisies in rainbow hues were used in the church setting. Maid of honor was Patricia Heithoff. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Dale Lengemann and Annette Bowman. She was given in marriage by her uncle, Clarus Heithoff, and her mother. Gary Bowman was best man. Mr. Lengemann and Mark Bower were groomsmen. Nuptial music was provided by Mary Hoffman, organist, AFS Youth Tells BLBF Of Germany Ulrich Schaffmeister, American Field Service exchange student from Boichiam, Germany, was guest speaker at a meeting of the B.L.B.F. Club Thursday night at the country home of Mrs. Ray Drees. The German youth resides with the Merle McCreas and attends Glidden-Ralston Community High school. He told the group of his homeland and showed slides. New officers for the 1976-77 club year were elected at the meeting, attended by 15 members. Mrs. Earl Berns will be president; Mrs. Elmer Kruse, vice president; and Mrs. Lyle Onken, secretary-treasurer. Plans were made for taking a trip to Omaha April 28, and attending a Westroads dinner-theater performance of "Under Papa's Picture." The chartered bus will be in Lidderdale at 7:45 a.m. and leave at 8 a.m. for the all-day event. Mrs. Drees served lunch. and Laurie Seidl, vocalist. Ushers were James Heithoff and Dave Bowman. The bride's gown, which she , had designed and made, was in princess style featuring a high waist, stand-up collar and short train. Flower appliques enhanced the gown; the long narrow sleeves and skirt were edged in lace. She wore a fingertip veil, caught to a headpiece trimmed with lace and pearls, and carried a cascade bouquet of gardenias, peach and yellow rpses and ivy. • . , For her attendants she made dresses of pastel print on light blue background, in knit fabric, fashioned with sleeves puffed to the elbows. Stand-up collars had front V-neck openings. Yellow hats completed their costumes and they carried baskets of white and yellow flowers. The former Miss Heithoff graduated from Kuemper High School and was employed at Audubon Super Valu. Mr. Bowman, who farms, graduated from Coon Rapids High School and Des Moines Area Community College. They are taking a honeymoon trip to Mexico, and after April 1 will, make their home at Coon Rapids. LORAS BAND HERE The Loras College Stage Band, Dubuque, will perform at Kuemper High School Tuesday morning. The 24 member band is touring the state Monday through Wednesday. Julie and Mark Pollastrini, the children of the Ray Pollastrinis, ,are members of the band. HEALTH CENTER PARTY Several Irish women of the Carroll Health Center hosted a St. Patrick's Day party Wednesday. Atthe refreshment table were Mary Doud, Margaret O'Conhell, Anna Mae Gnam and Bille Houlihan. At the guest book was Mable Tierney. The door prize went to June Janning. The party was for the residents, employes and visitors. ;,V.» -'- ; .v , ' * .' ^ .»• t ' * This is the big one! SPRING SALE $40 OFF ZIG ~ ZAG MACHINE AND Reg. Price ' DECORATOR CABINET COMBINATION Dependability in a machine with 17 sew-easy features! Has built-in blindstitch, exclusively designed front drop-in bobbin, much more. 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