Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 3, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 3, 1976
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Beyer-Renze Vows Exchanged May 1 Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, May 3, 1976 Holy Spirit Church in Carroll was the setting for the May 1 wedding of Jane Beyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Beyer of Carroll, and Tim Renze, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Renze of Roselle. The double ring rite took place at 1:30 p.m., with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F.. officiating. Daisies and carnations in rainbow pastels were used in the church setting. Vocalists were Gail Reicks, Kathy Schumacher, Tammy Boulware and Judy Hoffman. Honor attendants were the couple's sister and brother, Pam Hallem and Jeff Renze. Also in the wedding party were Mrs. Randy Beyer, Marcia Heffernan, Cindy Renze, Ben Beyer, Joe Rupiper and Randy Renze. Marcy and Mark Hallem were flower girl and ring bearer. Randy Beyer and Paul Renze were ushers. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Her empire gown of angelskin satapeau featured bishop sleeves and an apron-effect front. The yoke and cuffs were of Cluny lace; matching lace edged her chapel train and her two-tiered chapel veil that fell from a lace Camelot cap. She carried daisies, roses and baby's breath in rainbow colors. For her attendants she chose A-line crepe dresses in pastel blue, yellow, pink and green, designed with square collars and V-necklines. Each carried a bouquet of pastel daisies. Following the ceremony a reception for 400 guests was held at the Arcadia Legion hall, where Pat's Country Variations played for an 8 p.m. wedding dance. The former Miss Beyer is a 1975 graduate of Carroll High school and has been employed at Gibson's Discount Store. Mr. Renze, who works at Renze Hybrids, graduated from Kuemper High School in MissNeppel Bride Of Michael Needham Rosalyn Neppel and Michael Needham, both of Boone, were united in marriage May 1 at Holy Angels Catholic Church in Roselle, with the Revs. Jerome Coyle and Anthony Pick officiating. Mr. and Mrs. Arby Neppel of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Needham of Boone are the couple's parents. Theresa Neppel was maid of APRIl 29 Thro MAY 5th Eves. At 7:15 & 9:00 Sun. 2:00, 3:45, 5:30, *~ ELLIOTT GOULD DIANE KEATON I Will, I Will ...For Now CWIOU 2 CARROLL, IOWA * 792-9096 APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Evei. At 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 2, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30, 9:20 honor and Donna Needham, junior bridesmaid. Bridesmaids were Linda Hammer and Janice Needham. Attending the groom were Roger Peterson as best man, James Neppel and Paul Schroeder, groomsmen. Jerome Neppel and Kevin Peterson ushered. Patrice Kading and Theresa Berger were organists for the 1:30 p.m. wedding. Holy Angels Adult Choir sang. Vocal soloist, Mrs. Daniel Lally, was accompanied by Mary Pat Lally. Miss Neppel was given in marriage by her parents. She wore a long princess style gown fashioned with long floral-appliqued sleeves. A matching short veil completed her attire. She carried daisies and yellow roses as a colonial bouquet. The blue and green double knit polyester gowns worn by the bride's attendants had flowered bodices and angel sleeves. They vypre^ats and carried yellow mums.. ,.'" The double'ting wedding was followed by a reception for 200 guests in the parish hall. Mrs. Needham graduated in 1973 from Kuemper High School and her husband, in 1974 from Boone High SchooK They are graduates of Des Moines Area Community College, Boone campus. The bride is a secretary at the college in Boone and also a sales clerk at Gibson's. Mr. Needham is employed by Iowa Central Farm Service, Inc., at Boone. They will live at 206 W. 18th St., Boone, after a week's honeymoon. —Vanderhelden Studio Photo Mr. and Mrs. Tim Renze 1973. They will live on Route 3, Carroll, after a week's trip to southern states. The groom's parents hosted a dinner for about 30 guests at the Derby following the wedding rehearsal. [ Calendar | MONDAY- Friends of Library board, noon, Elks' Club Welcome Wagon, hospital cafeteria Eastern Star Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr. Rainbow Girls Golden Circle Hospital Auxiliary 7 p.m. potluck, general meeting, hospital education room TUESDAY— Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Thomas Kruse Fortnighters. Mrs. Frank Balk Community Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne HJayers 8. Mrs. Linus Goblirsch WEDNESDAY— U.M.W. potluck and general meeting. 6:30p.m. U.M.W. general meeting C.D.A. mass, 7 p.m. mass. St. Lawrence Golden Circle euchre Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS Methodists Attired in 'fhe traditional white robes, 14 youths were confirmed at First United Methodist 'Church Sunday morning. The seventh grade students attended 30 membership training sessions preparing for the event. Accepted into membership were: Shauna Abbott, Jeri Anderson, Nancy Beck, Sherri Lahr, Lori Norgaard, Ann Esbeck, Terri Sayler, Lila Cornelius, Jack Hulsebus, Shawn Lloyd, Billy Peterson, Danny Geary, and Mark Res'er. Baptized and confirmed was Cin-dy Peterson. Mrs. Nelson, Lee Bratten Are Married Speaking nuptial vows at First United Methodist Church here on May 1 were Mrs. Carmen Joan Nelson, formerly of Omaha, and Lee D. Bratten of Carroll. The Rev. Ernest Larson read the 2 p.m. double ring service for which Mrs'. Don Severin was organist and John Hanneman, vocal soloist. White carnations and pink roses decorated the chancel. Attending the couple were Mrs. William Moser, Terri Nelson, Becky Nelson, Lloyd Kline, Leon Pletchette and Clarence Ludwig. Clifford Abbott and Carl Winnike ushered. The bride was attired in a pink and silver metallic formal gown and wore pink roses in her hair. Mrs. Moser wore pink chiffon and the bride's other two attendants, white chiffon formals enhanced with tiny pink flowers. All carried miniature pink roses, lilies of the valley and stephanotis. Fifty guests were entertained at an 11:15 dinner at the Elks' Lodge. The wedding was followed by a reception at the church. Mrs. Bratten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wilkeson of Westwood Knoll Apartments, Carroll, attended the University of Nebraska, Omaha, where her sorority was Phi Delta Psi. She is owner of Med-I-Deas and will operate the business in Carroll. Mr. Bratten attended business college in Lincoln, Neb., and is owner of Agri Record Service Company. After May 15 they will be at home at 1601 N. Main St., Carroll. Five Carroll Women Take BSO Degree The ritual of jewels degree was taken by five Carroll women at the annual area Beta Sigma Phi Founder's Day observance in Atlantic Friday night. Taking the degree were Kathy Fitzgerald of Epsilon Chi chapter, Mrs. Don Derner, Mrs. John Kimmel, Mrs. Barry Wilson and Mrs. Allen Bock of Xi Gamma Phi chapter: ' W;>;.v- Eleven members of^Epsilon Chfand 13 from Xi Gamma Pi' attended the dinner event at the Country Squire. Entertainment included a talk by Mrs. Gaylord Heflin of Atlantic on her trip to Ireland, selections by the Bell Ringers and a flute solo. Mrs. Sharon Goff sang the BSP song of the year and Mary Jo Blunk led the Founder's Day pledge. Several door prizes were awarded, among them a bicentennial quilt to Mrs. Kenneth Grouse of Carroll. FiRSTTiMLEVER THE FIRST ELECTRONIC HOME-SEWING MACHINE IN THE WORLD! Select your stitch, touch a button and sew . . instantly! Incredibly easy to use, with exclusives like buttonfitting automatic-stop buttonholer, Flip & Sew* 2-way surface for free-arm sewing. Carrying case or cabinet extra! ZIG-ZAG WITH 17 SEW-EASY FEATURES LOWEST O PRICE EVER Has exclusive front drop-in bobbin, built-in * blindstitch, other time savers. Carrying case, cabinet extra. Model 362 0O95 Wil Reg. $129.95 TRADE IN YOUR OLD MACHINE AND SAVE EVEN MORE! There's No Place Like SINGER THIS NEXT GUY'IS 5TRON6, CHARLIE BROWN Q DON'T THROW HIM AN"iTHlN6! ME CAN HIT... Fullers are Honored for Silver Year Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fuller were honored at an open house in the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church Sunday afternoon in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary, which occured April 29. Hosts were the couple's children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fuller and family of Creston, Mr. and Mrs. Randy Plotz of Omaha, Neb., and Bev, at home. Table appointments were in purple and silver. At the tea table were Mrs. Merle Schnell, Mrs. Norman Winchester, Mrs. Betty Lane and Mrs. Fuller's sister, Mrs. Max Carlson of Essex. About 140 guests attended from Essex, Red Oak, Shenandoah, Clarinda, Stanton, Logan, Sloan, Fort Dodge, Creston, Omaha and Carroll. 'Broadway' Prom Theme "Nights on Broadway" was the theme of the Carroll community High School junior-senior prom Friday night. The rock band Stack, of Oto, provided the musical entertainment in the school auditorium. Following the dance, the juniors and seniors viewed a special midnight movie at the Carroll Theatre. The sophomore prom servers were Holly Evans, Jean Grettenberg. Lisa Petersen, Jeff DeBower. Brad Edwards and Mike Schaefer. Junior class volunteers decorated the auditorium. Musicians Score at State • The Kuemper High School girls glee club, mixed chorus and string orchestra received superior ratings at the Class AA music competition at Missouri Valley Friday. The string orchestra received an excellent rating. The vocal groups were under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fletcher, and the instrumental groups were under John Malett. About 130 Kuemper students in the ninth through twelfth grades participated. The contest was the final state music competition for the school year. 518 N.Adams 792-4926 l njii.eir>*iin<) A|ifHovt<j D • A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY Hacker-Boes Vows Said at Templeton •^»- ip ^"V By Abigail Van Buren ^a^MMRgMMK^ffK^^ DEAR ABBY: Since January 1, 1974 I have sent 911 greeting cards — not counting Christmas and Easter cards. (I sent 3,455 of those.) I mean get-well, sympathy, birthday, graduation, wedding, anniversary and new baby cards. I go through our local newspaper to be sure I haven't overlooked a birth, engagement, accident or death. I am on a limited income and can't afford to send presents, but I spend as much time shopping for appropriate cards as most people do in the selection of gifts. My question: Aren't people supposed to acknowledge cards? Only 32 out of the 911 people I sent cards to bothered to let me know that they received them. I am listed in the telephone directory. Am I wrong to expect thanks? IGNORED DEAR IGNORED: Well-bred people acknowledge cards with a telephone call, a note or a verbal "thank you" — should they see the giver before they have the opportunity to call or write. However', the giver who is motivated by genuine thoughtfulness will send the card and forget it. To keep a ledger on "thanks receivable" suggests that the giver is unduly interested in placing the burden of gratitude on casual acquaintances. Still, the laziness and boorishness of those who fail to acknowledge a .thoughtful gesture is inexcusable. DEAR ABBY: I don't understand what you mean when you tell girls: "Save yourself for the man you marry." How does a girl know WHICH man she's going to marry? I have gone with five different guys at different times, and I thought I was going to marry.all of them, but I'm still single. Will you please explain what you mean? STILL SINGLE DEAR SINGLE: I mean, save yourself for the man you marry — not the man you MAY marry. DEAR ABBY: Saw the letter in your column from the lady complaining because the bachelor in the next apartment snored so loud he kept her awake nights. I am a single lady looking for a nice single man. If the bachelor who snores is between 45 and 60, please send me his name and phone number because I'm lonesome, easy to get along with and very hard of hearing. RITA IN RIGHLANDS, VA. DEAR ABBY: Will you please tell me the different between a maid and a housewife? My husband says there is no difference. Thank you. RICHMOND HOUSEWIFE DEAR HOUSEWIFE: If you have a maid, you'd better keep your eye on your husband. Wed Recently ... Mr. and Mrs. James Meiners are making their home in Carroll following their marriage April 24 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Templeton. She is the former DeLores Vaughan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vaughan of Coon Rapids. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Meiners of Templeton. Named as Pork Queen Times Herald News Service AUDUBON — Susan Christensen. 18. of Audubon, has been named Audubon County Pork Queen. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen 0. Christensen of Audubon and is a student at Audubon High School. She succeeds Kathy Juelsgaard, of Gray, as the county pork queen and will compete in a district contest June 9 in Arcadia. Named first runner-up in the contest, which had seven contestants, was Kristin Rattenborg of Hamlin. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rattenborg. The new pork queen is a senior and is active in Y'Teens.- the Office Education club, pep club, and is actiye.jn church youth work in-Our Saviour's Lutheran Church. House Sold at Public Auction BREDA — A two-story house was purchased here for $5.300 by Eugene Wittry, Breda, at a public auction Sunday. ' The house was owned by Louis Wittry. Walt Johnson, Westside. and Don Gerken, rural Breda, were the auctioneers. MENTAL HEALTH SHOW A step for mental health will take place on the evening of May 14 through a television event, according to George Volk, president of the Carroll Mental Health Association. On Friday night. May 14, ABC will televise the filni Return to Earth, based on the book by Edwin E. "Buzz" Aldrin. The film focuses on the personal experiences of astronaut Aldrin following his historic first moon landing — his serious bout with mental -depression and the resulting strain on his personal and family life. HAS 86th BIRTHDAY MAPLE RIVER — Mrs. Catherine Bruening, Maple River, was honored on her 86th birthday on Sunday. A dinner in her honor was given by her children at the Derby Restaurant. The remainder of the afternoon was spent at her daughter's home, the Frank Ruttens. Vickie Hacker of Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford F. Hacker of Templeton, became the bride of Robert Boes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Remain Boes of Carroll, April 30 at Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. The Revs. Bernard Wieland and Eugene Schumacher officiated at the double ring wedding which took place at 7 p.m. and was followed by a reception for 250 guests at the V.F.W. hall in Manning. The church decor featured altar candelabra, red roses and baby's breath. The bride, given in Weekend Events for Golden Circle Golden Circle Club gatherings during the weekend drew players for seven tables of pinochle Saturday night, and six tables Friday afternoon. Score prizes Saturday went to Mrs. Victor Wernimont, Mrs. Frank Wegner, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Leonard Pietig and Leo Sellen. Mrs. Leo Augustine received the traveling prize and Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden and Julius Nieland, tally prizes. Mrs. BenSchenkelberg and Mrs. Ed Hannasch were hostesses. Hostesses Friday were Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Mrs. Anna Hausman. Score prizes went to Mrs. Eleanor Heman, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mrs. A.E. Odendahl, Vincent Ricke and Anton Pickhinke. Mrs. Herman Nieland received the traveling prize and Mrs. Julia Witwer and Mrs. Wegner, tally. Charged in Two ^'±\ O'lr.r-h^KJqE;.;-! V- ' •**•'' Jylore r>reakms AUDUBON'-- Ricky Ray Reinitz, 19, of Exira, who has been held in Audubon County jail since his arrest April 18 for a break-in at Exira High School, has now been charged 1 with two additional break-ins at Exira. Reinitz was being held in lieu of $5,000 bond for the school house break-in, and the bond was raised to $10,000 after Sheriff Bill Shaw filed breaking and entering charges in connection with break-ins and vandalism on March 15 at two Exira business places. The Chase Lumber Co. and Sherm's Tavern were the victims of those incidents. There was vandalism at both places, Sheriff Shaw said. Reinitz was arrested inside the school building at Exira after Deputy Sheriff Duane Avey noticed the glass broken in a door, and saw a car parked behind the school. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a regular meeting in the office of the superintendent in the High School building in Manning at 8 p.m. Thursday, May 13. marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory knitted chiffon and Alencon lace with attached train. Lace enhanced the high collar and key-hole neckline; an inverted pleat beneath the empire bodice added fullness to the A-line skirt. Lace appliques were scattered on her long veil that was attached to a lace-trimmed headpiece. Her cascade bouquet held red roses in a cloud of baby's breath. Kristie Hacker was maid of honor and Mrs. Kenneth Irlbeck, bridesmatron. Their pastel blue chiffon halter dresses with full-sleeved jackets were made by the maid of honor. Gathered ivory lace yokes were featured. They carried hurricane lamp bouquets framed with red roses and wore baby's breath in their hair. Attending the groom were Ronald Bruning as best man and James Schwabe, g r ,o o m s m a n . Dale Heisterkamp and Dan Schwabe were ushers. Vocalists were Karen, LuAnn and Robert Lohman. Mr. and Mrs. Boes are 1969 graduates of Kuemper High School. The bride also . completed L.P.N. training at Des Moines Area Community College in 1972. She is employed at the Carroll Medical Center and Mr.,Boes, at Safeway Store. Their address will be Route 2, Carroll, after a week's Colorado honeymoon. Personals Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Tews helped Mrs. Julianne Fiene of Charter Oak note her 101st birthday April 26. From her home.the Tews , visited in the Ted Rothe home at driawa and the Alvin Tews home iri'Council Bluffs. They returned home on April 28. Brother Michael Bruening, O.S.S. of Eureka, Mo., visited his mother, Mrs. Catherine Bruening, Maple River, and other relatives last week. HOSPITALIZED Trudi Foval, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Foval of Carroll, was admitted to Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital in Omaha, Neb., April 30. She is in Room 325. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC A WORD TO THE MEN ** Mother's Day is Sunday, May 9 We may have what you have in mind for a Gift. Browse in our store looking over our Gift line for Mom and Wife — and we won't bother you. THEN when you are ready we will gladly assist you, and wrap a pretty package for you, too! Gift Certificates , Free Gift Wrapping In the Alley on Fifth Dave Schroeaer Has the Government ever been out of debt? There has been only one short period when the American Gqvernment was entirely free from debt. The national ;debt was first created in 1775 when the Continental Congress issued bills of credit : to finance the Revotuntionary War. It was one of the chief ambitions of the early Presidents and Secretaries of trie Treasury to extinguish the national debt, but this dream was not realized until the second administration of Andrew Jackson. Treasury reports show no public debt receipts during the years 1834 and 1835. On January 1, 1835, 1836, and 1837, s the Treasury had funds in hand to meet all outstanding indebtedness on presentation. In other words, during these two years the United States Government was free from debt, 'and it is the only period for which such statement can be made. The national debt returned with the' financial troubles of 1837 and has been with us ever since. SCHROEDER'S Carpet & Decorating Across the Stre«t from Safeway Parking Lot . Downtown Carroll

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