Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 29, 1976 · Page 4
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Joyce Heithoff Bride OfScottAntisdel The marriage of Joyce Heithoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Heithoff of Carroll, and Scott Antisdel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Antisdel of Glidden, was solemnized in a noon ceremony March 27 at Holy Spirit Catholic Church here. Bouquets of white gladioli and pink carnations provided a floral background for the double ring rite, performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Miss Heithoff was given in marriage by her father and attended by her two sisters, Mrs. Lynn Soyer and Mrs. Ron Wolterman, Lynda Soyer and Robin Antisdel. Attending the groom were Lynn Soyer, Mark Conner, Rick Whitaker and Doug Heithoff. Mr. Wolterman and John Gibson were ushers. Organist was Ray Dentlinger and vocalists, Yvonne Rotert and Mrs. Bonnie Pottebaum. The bride wore an empire-waisted dress TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL ,1" SAVE $40 on a G.E. 30 INCH RANGE With tinier and glass window REGULAR $ 319 NOW ONLY *279 HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA Times Herald, Carroll, la. » Monday,- March 29, 1976 *» fashioned with a standing collar and wide cuffs surrounded by butterfly lace. Lace with pink bow accents trailed from the neckline to the bottom of the ivory-colored dress. Her full-length veil train was caught to an ivory headpiece trimmed with pearls. Ivy and springer! foliage backed her bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath. Her attendants were attired in light spring knit dresses showing rainbow colors on white backgrounds. White lace trimmed their full-brimmed pink hats. They carried arm bouquets of mint green carnations. The wedding reception for 350 guests was held at the Elks' Club from 2 until 4 p.m. The former Miss Heithoff is a graduate of Kuemper High School and has been employed by General Electric in Carroll. Her husband graduated from Glidden-Ralston Community School and is employed by McLaughlin Farms, Ralston. Mr. and Mrs. Antisdel's address will be Route 2, Glidden. Four Give Shower for Future Bride A shower honoring Lynette Topinka, May 8 bride-elect of Rick Coin's, was given at the Pin Oaks Sunday afternoon by Mrs. A.J. Walker, Mrs. Francis Wells, Mrs. Elmer Wille and Mrs. Paul Coins. About 30 guests attended the party. Decorations were in Miss Topinka's chosen colors, pink, blue and yellow. She was given a corsage. Entertainment included games, for which prizes were awarded. Plate and birthday prizes also were awarded. Lunch was served after gifts were opened. Parents of the future bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Robert G. Topinka of Columbus, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coins. Tiefenthaler, Corn Vows Are Spoken Tlm« Herald Newi Scrvke CARNARVON — Mrs. Hilda Tiefenthaler of Carnarvon and Leland Corn of Wall Lake were married in a 2:30 p.m. ceremony Sunday, March 28, in the chapel of the Carnarvon Presbyterian Church. The Rev. Donald Gibson officiated at the double ring rite. Attending the couple were Mr. and Mrs. Jake R. Janssen. The bride, daughter of Mrs. Gertie Janssen of Twilight Acres, Wall Lake, was attired in a long gown of loyal blue. Her matron of honor also wore blue. Each wore a carnation corsage. The couple entertained their friends at a dance at the Lakewood Ballroom, Lake View, from 5 to 9 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Corn will reside at Carnarvon. Silver Year Celebration For Patricks The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Patrick, which occurred March 25, was observed at an open house Sunday afternoon in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church. Decorations were in their wedding colors, yellow, green and white. Mrs. Louis Jenson registered the guests. Attending the celebration were about 60 friends and relatives including Mr. and Mrs. David Patrick and daughter Joni of Tulsa, Okla., and Dennis Patrick of Carroll. Revolving Credit Amount Higher A story in Friday's Progress Edition stated that Mid-States Enterprises, Inc., saw a decrease in the amount of revolving credit the firm processed. It should have said the amount increased from $6 million to $8 million from 1974 to 1975. The revolving credit division processed in excess of $14 million in charge accounts last year. This is the big one!.. Debbie Reynolds LAST WEEK! THE SINGER SPRING SALE 100 $ OFF IN EXCLUSIVE SWING AWAY* CABINET THE FABULOUS FUTURA* II SEWING MACHINE WITH FLIP & SEW* 2-WAY SURFACE Flip a panel for instant free-arm sewing of all hard-to-reach areas. Many advances, like buttonfitting 1-step buttonholer. AMAZING LOW PRICE FOR A GREAT ZIG-ZAG MACHINE Easy sewing with exclusive front drop-in bobbin. Hurry, limited quantities. Carrying case or cabinet extra. Reg. $99.95 There's No Place Like SINGER Sewing Center! and participating Approved Dealer! 518 N.Adams 792-4926 • A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY Winifred Wille Two Women Are Retiring at Penney's Two women who have been employes of the Carroll JCPenney store for more than 30 years are retiring this month. Mrs. Leigh (Sue) Morrison has been a member of the Penney's staff since 1944. For many years she was head of the store's Women's Furnishings and Accessories departments. For the last three years she has been the selling supervisor. Winifred Wille has been employed at the store since 1942. She is known by most of the other employes as "Winnie," Penney Manager Local Club Represented Representing the Carroll Toastmistress Club at the spring meeting of Council 2, Heartland Region, ITC Saturday at Boone were Mrs. Marjorie Testroet, Mrs. M.L. Collison and Rose Marie Schweers. The meeting featured the annual speech contest in which Mrs. Testroet was the local entrant. Her speech, in the "Adventures" category, was titled "My Personal Adventure." Judges were "Tex" Wickenhauser, assitant regional supervisor, and Inez Love, regional treasurer. The regional officers also gave the program, "Protocol and Hostess Responsibility." Recent Bride , Complimented Mrs. Pat Parrott of Des Moines was guest of honor at a kitchen shower given by Mrs. Charles (Rusty) Wilkins Saturday evening at her home. Co-hostesses were Mrs. William Baumhover and Mrs. Edward Hanneman. Gifts were arranged under an umbrella in the bridal colors, red and white. Guests were relatives and friends of Mrs. Parrott, the former JoEllen Severin. Mr. and Mrs. Parrott were married here Feb. 14 at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Severin. The groom is a son of Mrs. Don Parrott. MOVE OFFICE AUDUBON — The office of the Audubon County Extension Service has been moved from the office it has occupied for nearly 30 years. The office, which formerly was in the basement of the post office building, has been moved to a building on U.S. Highway 71 which until several months ago housed a pizza house. The building is located at the intersection of South Street and Highway 71. Extension Director Dave Fenske said an open house will be held later so that the public can inspect the new facilities. SOPPE IS PROMOTED Donald J. Soppe, son of the Andrew Soppes, 815 N. Crawford St., was promoted to Navy Machinist's Mate Third Class. He is serving on the repair ship U.S.S. Hector, homeported at San Francisco. He joined the navy in September, 1973. Sue Morrison Fred Deierling said. Miss Wille has worked in Ready-to-Wear and is currently head of the women's sportswear department. The women's last day will be Wednesday. "Both women have contributed a lot (to the store) and we hate to see them go," Deierling said. The employes of the store are sponsoring a retirement party for the women on Monday. Weekend 'Activities for Golden Circle Gojden Circle Club held its regular activities Friday 'afternoon and Saturday night at their clubrooms on E. Sixth St., playing pinochle at both events. Winners Friday when six tables were in play were Mrs. Vincent Ricke, Mrs. Frank Wegner and Mrs. Louise Fasbender, for the women; Victor Wernimont and Mr. Ricke, for the men. Mrs. Bertha Klocke received the traveling prize; Herman Nieland and Mrs: Vitus Schechinger were given the tally prizes. Mrs. Wernimont - was hostess. Five tables were in play Saturday night, .with Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen as hostesses. For the women, score prizes were won by Mrs. Ricke, Mrs. Bellinghausen and Mrs. Eleanor Heman. Anton Pickhinke and Lawrence Hesslingh won men's prizes; Mrs. Wegner, traveling; and Mrs. Pickhinke, tally. Susan Jane Kock WedsBillSchrad Marc Moen 2 Students Train for Work at N.H. Monica Balk of Carroll and Marc Moen of Sioux City, students at Iowa State University, Ames, have begun I Calendar | TUESDAY— A.B. Club, Mrs, E.Wu VanMeter Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Albert Reinhart Town and Country Club. Mrs. Joe Pick J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler WEDNESDAY— Dealers 9, Mrs. Denis Tigges Chit-Chat, Mrs. Glenn Heithoff Golden Circle euchre A'l Anon, open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Earl Thompson High Bidders, Mrs. Frank Liewer THURSDAY— Jaycee Ettes Clio Club, IPS .STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS New Deal Club, Mrs. Louis Schoofs N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Cecil Menke T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Clark Peters Triple C Club,"Mrs. Andy Carruthers TRUSTEES TO MEET The Northwest Regional Library System Board of Trustees will hold its regular monthly meeting April 13 in Sioux Center at 3:30 p.m. The public is welcome. The meeting will be at the Sioux Center Public Library. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Monica Balk training at New Hope Village in Carroll under the supervision of Lamar Esbeck, executive director and H.J. Kienapfel, development director. Miss Balk, a 1971 graduate of Kuemper High School, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balk, and is studying Urban Planning. Moen is a pre-law student. Jerry Knox is their major professor for the training project. They will be involved in community 'organisation procedure's'- and' techniques, fund-raising, preparation of promotional materials, public informational programs, organization of a youth march to be held May 2 at Swan Lake. They will be working with youth guidance counselors, church counselors and church youth in general. Both will contact all the schools and churches in the area to tell the New Hope Village story. They may be contacted for a special program by phoning 712-792-2993. St. Lawrence Church in Carroll was the setting for the early spring wedding of Susan Jane Kock and Bill Schrad at 1:30 p.m. March 27. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock and Mrs. A. G. Schrad, all of Carroll. Bouquets of white snapdragons and red carnations decorated the church for the double ring service, performed by the Rev. Patrick Walsh. Nuptial music featured Ceci Berger at the organ, Lori Seidl as vocalist and Jan Willenborg, flutist. Kathy Sibbel, Afnes.'Was maid of honor. Bridesmaid was Sheila Behrens, Des Moines, and bridesmatron, Mrs. Jack Hays, sister of the bride. Attending the groom were George Collison of Des Moines, Dave Kock of Carroll and Tom Schrad of Davenport. A nephew, Danny Schrad of Bettendorf, was ring bearer. Shower Given for Bride-to-be Dian Goreham, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Raymond Goreham, was honored at a prenuptial shower Sunday at the Terra building in Carroll. Hostesses were her sisters, Mrs. Robert Beeson, Paula Goreham and Judy Goreham, and Maria Montgomery. In keeping with the future bride's chosen colors, decorations included blue and white streamers and blue carnations. About 25 guests attended the courtesy. Games were played and prizes awarded. Miss Goreham .arid Stanley Slaven will be married in a May 1 ceremony at Portsmouth. Entering on the arm of her father, the bride appeared in a gown of white sheer organza over taffeta, fashioned with a high waistline, stand-up collar •and long puffed sleeves with deep cuffs. Scattered lace appliques enhanced the skirt that fell in flared gores to floor-length and swept to a wide cathedral train. A lace flowered headpiece held her two blushers and cathedral veil of silk illusion. In her cascade, bouquet were white roses, carnations, stephanotis and baby's breath, with gardenia foliage. The bride and her mother designed and sewed her gown and those worn by her attendants. Miss Sibbel and her other attendants were attired in red satin-faced crepe frocks designed with high waistlines, fitted sleeves and standing collars with white lace ruffling. They carried nosegays of white carnations and baby's breath. The ceremony was followed by a reception for 250 guests at the Arcadia Legion hall, after which the bride and groom left for a honeymoon to an undisclosed destination. Mrs. Schrad, an employe of the Wall Lake Savings Bank, is a 1974 Kuemper High School graduate. Mr. Schrad, who farms, graduated from Kuemper in 1971 and also is a graduate of Des Moines Area Community College, Ankeny. Their address will be Route 3, Carroll. You Are Invited '/ttr ny 7ntiijafjnns, "anrf ~J/ian/i ~(-Jou \ufos in l/iv /a fast .ityA'j. STONE'S 110 W. 6th Carroll • Ini'i Moil Gliimr>» T»ln Tku STARTS FRI. 3/26 Thru 4/7 tv«i. 7:30-9:30 Sun. 1:30-3:30-5:3O-7:30-9:30 STARTS FRI. 3/26 Thru 31 fv.t. 7:15-9:IS Sun. 3:15-5:15-7:15-9:15 T6LLY SAVALAS PETER FONDA-HUGH O'BRIAN 0 J.SIMPSON-MAUD ADAMS ' F B&H SUPER VALU Carroll, Iowa TCC from Your Child's Portrait in Permanent Hair Removal UNWANTED HAIR ON FACE, ARMS & LEGS REMOVED **•*„. QUICKLY and PERMANENTLY JANICE SCHVLZE Phone 386-3311 508 N. Elm -Downstairs Jefferson, Iowa Col or ...orgroup of children provided one is under 7 years old. OUR GIFT TO YOU In cooperation with the famous DeSpain Color Portrait Service, we will have a professional photographer here on the date specified below. Bring trie children! No appointment necessary, no "handling" charges, and no obligation to purchase additional prints. The only obligation is for a parent to come and select the free pose at the time specified. Professional Color Photographer Will Be Here ONE FREE PROFESSIONAL COLOR PORTRAIT PER FAMILY B&H SUPER VALU, CARROLL WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3! 10 A.M. TO 5 P.M.

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