Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 26, 1976 · Page 4
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Susan Beck and Donald Meiers Wed Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 26, 1976 Susan Beck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beck, and Donald Meiers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meiers, all of Carroll, spoke nuptial vows in the First United Methodist Church here at 4 p.m., April 24. The Rev. Ernest Larson officiated. Miss Beck, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white jersey knit, with attached chapel train. The bodice, heavily adorned with Venice lace, had a lace-trimmed horseshoe neckline and long, fitted sleeves. A full circular skirt fell from the natural waistline. Her elbow-length silk illusion veil was caught to a comb trimmed with Venice lace. She carried white daisies, yellow carnations and green star flowers in a cloud of baby's breath. Alison Beck was maid of honor and Nancy Beck, bridesmaid, for their sister. Their dresses featured small bouquets of orange, green and yellow flowers on white eyelet background, and two-tiered ruffled hems trimmed in orange. Completing their ensembles were large sun hats accented with orange ribbon, yellow daisies and roses. They carried wicker umbrellas filled with yellow daisies, green star flowers and baby's breath. Best man was Greg Simons and groomsman. Ken Cavanaugh. Ushers were BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Greg and Brian Beck, brothers of the bride. Mrs. Donald Severin was organist and Dave Crown, vocalist for the double ring ceremony that was followed by a reception for 150 to 200 guests at the home of the bride's parents. The church was decorated with altar bouquets of shasta daisies and yellow carnations, with a background of candelabra adorned with foliage and white bows. The former Miss Beck graduated from Carroll High School in 1971 and attended the University of South Dakota, where her sorority was Chi Omega. She has been employed by Preferred Risk Insurance, West Des Moines. Mr. Meiers, a 1971 Carroll High School graduate, also is an alumnus of Commercial Extension, Omaha. He is employed by Region XII Council of Governments. After May 1 Mr. and Mrs. Meiers will be at home at 915 N.Clark St., Carroll. LIBRARY CLOSING The Carroll Public Library will close at 6 p.m. tonight so that the Library staff may attend the Carl Hamilton dinner, sponsored by the Friends of the Library. ATTEND WEDDING HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners of Halbur attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Sandra Darveaux, and Kevin Ramplin at the Catholic Student Center. Iowa City, at 2 p.m. on April 25. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony. Cindy Halbur Married to Matt Bauer Jr. Finalist . . . Carolyn Wenzel, daughter of the Leon Wenzels, rural Wall Lake, is one of eight state finalists in the 1976 Keep Iowa Clean poster contest. She will attend an awards ceremony at Gov. Robert D. Ray's office in Des Moinesat 11:30 a.m. May 7. Carolyn is an eighth grade student at St. Bernard's Grade School, Breda. Reception for T. C. Tibbits, Mrs. Fowler LAKE CITY — The Lake City Education Association and the Lake City School Board will host a retirement reception for Mrs. Aileen Fowler, teacher in the Lake City Schools for 16 years, and T.C. Tibbitts, elementary principal for 20 years, on Sunday, May 2, at the Lincoln Grade School lunchroom from 2-5 p.m. Friends and former students are invited to attend the reception. A short program honoring the retiring teachers will begin at 3:30 p.m. Missy & Junior Early Spring Sportswear 30% OFF Other Spring Coordinates 20% OFF Pant Suits 20% & 30% OFF Short Spring Dresses 20% & 30% OFF One Rack Of Dresses $ 5, $ 10,M5 All Weather Coats 20% to 30% OFF In the Alley, Downtown Carroll The Rosebush Cindy Halbur and Matt Bauer Jr. were united in .marriage at St. Augustine Church, Halbur, on April 24. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halbur of Halbur and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauer Sr. of Carroll. The Rev. Leo Riesberg officiated at the double ring wedding at 1 p.m. before an altar graced with white snapdragons and apricot carnations. Organist was Mrs. Ron Halbur; Ron Halbur and Mrs. Ivan Halbur sang. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bauer were honor attendants. The bride also was attended by Mrs. John Wessling, Mrs. Lon Schroeder, Michele Danzer and, as junior bridesmaid, Jean Halbur. Sheryl Halbur was flower girl. Groomsmen included John Wessling, Dean Hoffman and Jim Nurse. Ushers were Randy Halbur and Greg Simons. Miss Halbur's father gave her in marriage. She appeared in a long gown of white jersey knit, in A-line style with a chapel-length train. Rusching and venise lace enhanced the V-neckline and long, fitted sleeves. Completing her attire was a chapel-length veil etched in matching lace. She carried a dozen yellow roses nestled in baby's breath and springer! as an arm bouquet. For her attendants she chose V-necked dresses of coral knit, fashioned with capelet collars and bell sleeves. Accenting the waistlines of the A-line gowns were belts that tied in back. They carried bouquets of yellow roses and baby's breath. The flower girl's basket held yellow carnations and baby's breath. Four hundred guests were entertained at a reception at the Arcadia Legion hall. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer graduated from Kuemper High School in 1971 and 1974, respectively. Upon return from a week's Colorado honeymoon the couple will live on Route I.Arcadia. DeLores Vaughan is James Meiners' Bride TEMPLETON Exchanging nuptial vows in Sacred Heart Catholic Church here on April 24 were DeLores Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vaughan of Coon Rapids, and James Meiners of Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Meiners of Templeton. The double ring rite took place at 1:30 p.m., with the Rev. Eugene Schumacher officiating, and was followed by a reception for 260 guests in the parish school cafeteria. Kathleen Miller, organist, accompanied the church choir. Lector was Dr. Leo Roth of Coon Rapids. Mr. Vaughan gave his daughter in marriage at an altar graced with white snapdragons, blue daisies and baby's breath in wicker baskets. Matron of honor was' Mrs. Richard Hilgenberg of .Bayard: Karen Wenck of Lidderdale was bridesmaid. Attending the groom were Kenneth Meiners of Carroll as best man and Richard Wernimont of Lidderdale, groomsman. Eugene Meiners and Duane Meiners ushered. The bride wore a white jersey knit gown styled with an A-line skirt that swept to a chapel train. The bodice, accented with a casual tie, at the empire line, had fitted sleeves with shoulder fullness. Pearl-studded-Venice lace enhanced the neckline and cuffs. A halo headpiece of lace and pearls held a waist-length veil of illusion edged with lace to match her cap. She carried yellow roses and baby's breath as a colonial bouquet. Mrs. Hilgenberg and Miss Wenck were attired in powder blue knit dresses, in floor • length, and carried nosegays of white carnations, yellow roses and blue baby's breath. A 1974 graduate of Coon Rapids Community School, Mrs. Meiners is employed at the Greene County Medical Center. Jefferson. The groom graduated in 1975 from Kuemper High School and works at the Holiday Service Station in Carroll. They will live at the Graham Trailer Court, Carroll. Swim-Zubrod Vows Exchanged April 24 MANNING — Janice Swim and Craig Zubrod, both of Des Moines, were married in a 1 p.m. ceremony April 24 at St. Peter's Church in Des Moines. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. William E. Swim bf Des Moines and Mr. and Mrs. Don Zubrod of Manning. The Rev. Msgr. G. McMahon officiated before an altar decorated with roses and carnations in red, white and blue. Miss Swim was given in marriage by her father. Honor attendants were the bride's sister, Kathy Swim and Randy Spieker. Bridesmaids and groomsmen included Susan Zubrod, Rita Mclntosh, Kathy Hurley, Mike Mahaffey, Brad Zubrod and Tom Kirkman. Danielle ^ Murphrey was flower girl. Ushers were Ed Swim and Bob Ramsey. Julie Houghton and Bernita Milligan, both of Des Moines, were organist and vocalist, respectively. The ceremony was followed 1 by a reception for 275 guests at the American Legion hall in Des Moines. For her afternoon wedding the bride chose a colonial style gown of white summer satin with long, sheered sleeves and Thielen-Cruchelow Ceremony April 24 detailed with an inset of Chantilly lace. The light blue pinstripe knit dresses worn by her attendants, also in colonial fashion, were trimmed in lace and had short sleeves. Mr. and Mrs. Zubrod are taking a week's trip to Silver Dollar City, Eureka Springs, Ark. After May 1 they will live at 1921'/ 2 E. 24th St., Des Moines. Mr. Zubrod, a Des Moines Area Community College graduate, is employed by the Soil Conservation Society of America. Club Has Its Weekend Card Games Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at their gatherings at the clubrooms Friday afternoon and Saturday night. Hostesses Friday, when six tables were in play, were Mrs. Ben Wernimont and Mrs. Ella Dammann. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, Mrs. Winifred Conley and Vincent Ricke won score prize; Mrs. Dammann, traveling; and Mrs. Eleanor Heman and Herman Nieland, tally prizes. Saturday night's games drew players for five tables. Mrs. Ricke, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg, Leonard Pietig and Leo Sellen won score prizes. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Rosina O'Tool and tally prize went to Mrs. Frank Wegner. The latter two were hostesses. Three Bands Tops at Drake DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) Three marching bands won first place honors during the weekend at the annual Drake Relays parade here. They are units from Valley High School, West Des Moines; Pella High School; and Schleswig High School. Rev. Steve Persa Honor Pastor for 40 Years AUDUBON — The Rev. Steve Persa, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church here since April, 1969, Sunday was honored for 40 years in the ministry. There was a recognition service, followed by a public reception. Speaker at the anniversary worship service was the Rev. Dr. Ellis Nieting, president of Iowa District West of the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Pastor Persa was born in Milwaukee and attended Concordia College there and graduated from Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. He began his ministry in 1936 at two small parishes in Philip and Milesville, S.D., and served other churches in South Dakota and Illinois before coming to Audubon. Mother, Daughter Event Held Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, held its annual mother-daughter mass and breakfast here Sunday. Mass was celebrated at 10 a.m. by the Rev. James Bruch at Holy Spirit Church. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz addressed the group. Also in the sanctuary was the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff, court chaplain. Ushering were Mrs. Edward Wieland and Mrs. Joe Pick. Approximately 150 attended the breakfast afterward at the ; Elks : -Club, where tables were decorated with spring-coldred streamers and flowers in madonna vases. A large bouquet of spring flowers centered the head table. Piano Selections were played by Julie Tigges before and during breakfast. Mrs. Leonard Madigan, regent, extended a welcome. The welcome by a mother was given by Mrs. Wilfred Schneider and the response, by her daughter. Mrs. Richard Boes. Msgr.'Karhoff gave the chaplain's message and Mrs. Betty Gaul of Earling, district deputy, also spoke. Guests were introduced, including Mrs. Helen Weiland of Earl'ing. Mrs. Simon Langel, first vice president, was in charge of awarding prizes. A special gift was given to each child attending the event. Msgr. Karhoff offered the closing prayer. Mrs. Madigan reminded the Catholi'c Daughters of the reception of new members at a 7 p.m. mass May 5 at St. Lawrence Church, followed by a dinner meeting at the KC •hall. Coon Rapids Over Quota COON RAPIDS - The Red Cross Bloodmobile collected 136 pints of blood here Friday. This was 36 pints over, the city's quota. There were 141 donors. Cathleen Hann is Given Honor Cathleen Hann has been named Crester of the Year for her leadership and activities at Marycrest College, Davenport. The award, voted by senior class members, was announced Friday.-to the Senior Aloha, an awards ceremony and traditional farewell.to seniors. Miss Hann, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baird A. Hann. R.R. 1, Auburn, is completing a major in nursing. She is president of the senior class, ' chairman of the college's Board of Student Publications and a member of the nursing'' club's executive board. Aloha activities begin with a pig roast in the cpllege quadrangle. Cheryl Ann Thielen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs: William 0. Thielen of Carroll, became the bride of Larry Wayne Cruchelow at 1 p.m. April 24 at the United Presbyterian Church here. The groom is a son of Mrs. James W. Cruchelow of Carroll and the late Mr. Cruchelow. Officiating at the double ring service were the Revs. Allan M. Peterson and James A. Bruch. Peggy Anthofer, organist, and the Willey Singers provided the music. Mr. and Mrs. Thielen gave their daughter in marraige. Maid of honor was Jane Thielen. Also attending the bride were Kathy Thielen, Mrs. Glen Colling, Mrs. Fred Churchsmith and Jane Berger. Flower girl was Amy Thielen. The groom's attendants were James Cruchelow as best man, Gary Witt, Bill Thielen Jr., Fred Churchsmith and James Thielen. Chad Rudkin was ring bearer. Larry Thielen, Mark Thielen and Duane Thielen ushered. The bride's princess-style gown of white dacron sheerganza swept to an aisle-wide train. The yoke and long fitted sleeves were of pearl-trimmed peau d'ange lace. Her Cluny lace Juliet cap featured lace leaves and pearls and held a waist-length illusion veil edged in lace. The high-necked, A-line gowns worn by her attendants were of pink crepe with lace yokes, and cuffs. For her bouquet, the bride • carried pink carnations, red roses and baby's breath. Arm ( bouquets of red roses were carried by her attendants; the flower girl carried a basket of .mixed flowers. The church setting featured pink gladioli and dubonnet carnations. A reception for 350 guests was held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Knights of Columbus hall. Mrs. Cruchelow, a 1971 Kuemper High School graduate, .is employed at the Coast to Coast store. The groom received a B.A. degree in education from Buena Vista College in 1973 and is director of Carroll County Ambulance Service in Carroll. After a two-week honeymoon they will live at 1407 Simon Ave., Carroll. The rehearsal dinner was given at the couple's new home Friday night by the groom's mother. Miss Nieland Wed To Dean Gramowski St. Bernard Church in Breda was the setting for the wedding of Cindy Nieland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman J. Nieland of Breda, and Dean Gramowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gramowski of Carroll, on April 24. The 5p.m. nuptial mass was con-celebrated by the Revs. J. Charles Yetmar and Dennis Sefcik. Nine-branch gold candelabra framed the church altar with yellow chrysanthemum blooms, the bride's chosen colors being yellow and white. She was given in marriage by her father. , Brenda Nieland was her sister's maid ..of honor. Bridesmaids were the couple's sisters, Sharon Ni.eland and Diane Gramowski, and Jan Neumayer. Her cousin, Tanya Tigges, was flower girl. Best man was the groom's brother, Brian Gramowski. Dean Bruning, Tim Nieland and Tony Vogl, cousins of the I Calendar [ MONDAY— Friends of Library dinner, 7 p.m., Elks' Club Rebekah Lodge Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Lester Wheatley W. B. Club, Mrs. Joe Dalhoff Double Four Club, Mrs. Richard Hartzell Golden Circle TUESDAY— P.E.O., Mrs. William . Goodwin Epsilon Sigma Alpha, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Norman Winchester Newcomers Coffee, 9:30 a.m., court house B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Bruce Fuller E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson A.B. Club, Mrs. Paul Pascoe PlarMor, Tony's, Mrs. W. R. Macke H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Leo Berning Town and Country, Mrs. Louis Hannasch A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Merle Stevens J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Ed Schroeder F.N.W. Euchre, Mrs. Ed Hannasch 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger bride, were groomsmen. Providing music for the double ring ceremony were Collette Schulte, organist; Cindy Neumayer, Ann. Ludwig, Cheryl Boeckman and Paula Schwarzkopf,/ vocalists. Ushers were the bride's uncle, Robert Tigges, and her cousin, Glenn Soyer. The bride's A-line gown of white chiffon knit and Alencoh lace was styled with a high, neckline, bishop sleeves and empire bodice and featured a full chapel train. Lacy appliques Were scattered over her illusion veil that fell from a headpiece adorned with lace and pearls. She carried white carnations and yellow roses as a cascade Bouquet. *,.' ' The gowns worn by her . attendants and flower girl were yellow, with bibs and bell sleeves .of lace and lace tiers on the.skirts. They carried arrangements of white ' chrysanthemums, yellow roses and baby's breath. After the wedding, 400 guests were entertained at a lunch and reception at the ! Breda Legion hall. Mrs. Gramowski graduated in 1974 from St. Bernard High School, Breda, and last year from Des Moines Area Community College. The groom is a 1974 graduate of Forrest-Strawn-Wing, Forrest, 111. Both are employed by the General Electric Co. in Carroll. They will make their home at Breda. . You Are Invited In set? uur /arytf .tpA*c/titfi a/ ftafter items /ur ih<f 6rir/f. . nd 'Jftan/t yo in l/tf /afast s STONE'S now. 6th Carroll CARROLL. IOWA * 792-9096 Now Thru Wed. APRIL 28 Eves. At 7:15 & 9:15 P.M. Sun. Cont. 1:15 Thru 9:15 . 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