Carroll Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on September 6, 1958 · Page 4
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Carroll Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, September 6, 1958
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Jean Seberg, Husband, Fly To New York MARSHALLTOWN, Iowa (AP) ~Movie actress Jean Seberg and her French lawyer husband were in New York today—still uncertain whether they'll honeymoon on the West Coast or in Europe. Miss Seberg, 19, who stepped , from high school drama classes i to lead roles in two movies, wed 1 Francois Mnreuil, 24. of Paris in a simple ceremony At the church of her girlhood here Friday. * * * After the wedding the couple flew to New York. Miss Seberg said hey would remain there at least until Monday "and maybe longer—it all depends." The uncertainty arises because Columbia Pictures may offer Jean a part in a movie to be filmed in Hollywood. The newlyweds had tentatively scheduled a European honeymoon, hut postponed definite plans until they get an okay from Columbia. The wedding Friday created considerable excitement among people of this central Iowa city of 20.000. The church, where Jean once taught Sunday school, was filled to its 250 capacity. Housewarming for The Don E i f I e rs (Timnt Hernld N>w» Service) WESTSIDE — Attending a housewarming for Mr. and Mrs. Don Eifler at Carroll Tuesday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dierenfeld and Marlene, Wall Lake, Mrs. Dora Branning, Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Branning, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Branning, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Branning, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. G. Kuhi. Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Vetter, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Vetter, Mr. and Mrs. Walter »Vetter, Sandra and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Peterson, and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Linde and family Westside. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Snyder Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Nicholls TAKE WEDDING VOWS . , . Married in late August ceremonies were Mr. and Mrs. Roger Snyder (left above) and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Nicholls. Bette Ann Siepker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siepker of Carroll, became the bride of Roger Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Snyder of Breda, Saturday morning, Aug. 30, in SS. Peter nnd Paul's Church, Carroll. After a week's western trip, the couple will live at 103 North Carroll Street, Carroll. The bride Is an office attendant at St, Anthony Hospital. Mr. Snyder is employed at Heistcrkamp's Garage in Rredn. Ruth Ann Allen, daughter of Mrs. Arthur Allen and the late Mr. Allen of Glidden, married Robert Lee Nicholls of Harrisburg, Pa., son of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Nicholls of Kcnesaw, Neb., at 1 o'clock Sunday afternoon, August 31, in the First Methodist Church at Glidden. The bride has taught in the Manning and Ames schools. Mr. Nicholls received his M.S. and Ph. D. degrees in civil engineering at Iowa State College, Ames. After Sept. 8, the couple will live at 2017 North Second Street, Harrishurg, Pa. (Paige & Paige Photos). Sholes-Leiting Vows Taken in Church Rites Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Sept. 6, 1958 2 Hpstes§es Give Shower For Linda Koenig Mrs. Don Heilman of Carroll and Judy Koenig of Halbur gave a personal shower at Mrs. Hoil- mon's home Thursday evening for Linda Koenig of Halbur who is to marry Duane Beyerink of Glidden in St. Augustine Church, Halbur, Saturday morning, September 13. Bridal games were played and prizes awarded to Mrs. Joe Beyerink of Glidden, mother of the bridegroom-to-be, Carlene Potthoff and Margaret Wanniger of Carroll. A gift table was decorated in the bridal colors, coral and white, with a miniature bride and two attendants. Guests gave advice to the bride-elect and asked questions relating to her courtship. Present in addition to those mentioned were Mrs. Leo Koenig of Halbur, mother of the bride- elect; Jean Beyerink, Glidden; Joyce Potthoff, Halbur; and Mrs. Wilbur Hinners, Carroll. Mrs. Don Pletchette Gives Birthday Party For Daughter Nina, 4 (Tlme» Hrralrt News Scrvire) DEDHAM — Mrs. Don Pletch­ ette entertained a group of little girls Tuesday afternoon at her home at a birthday party honoring her daughter, Nina, who was four years old. Games were played and lunch was served. Mrs. Pletchette was assisted by Nina's grandmother, Mrs. John Pletchette, who also made and decorated the birthday cake. In a Saturday morning ceremony at St. Francis of Assisi Church in Maple River, wedding vows were taken by LaVonne Leiting, daugh- Mrs. John V. Sullivan is back ,cr of Mr ' ancl Mrs ' Lawrence from Alton, 111., where she accom- > Lcilm e of Maple River, and Leo- panied her son, Peter, when he! nard D Snoles of Lincoln. Neb., son, returned there for his junior year at Western Military Academy. Peter had been home for the summer vacation. KNOWN FOR PERSONAL ATTENTIO (pme PHONE 3191 CARROLL son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel W. Sholcs of O'Neill, Neb. The double ring service and nuptial mass took place at 9! o'clock, with the Rev. Peter M j Mates officiating. Altar decorations were garden flowers. The organ "Processional" was by Roulers and "Recessional" by Bot- tigliers. St. Francis Choir sang "Ave Maria" at the offertory and the hymn. "Mother Mary at Thine Altar" by Haller, as the bride placed an arm hoiuiuet oi white gladioli, tied with shaded blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar aitcr mass. * * * The bride, given in! marriage by her father, wore a gown of^silk bombazine and Chant illy ljice, styled with molded infanta boiiice and bouffant skirt. The sweetheart neckline was defined with applique of lace, iridescents and seed pearls, which extended down the skirt front into twin panels. Long, crushed and pointed sleeves featured detailing at the tops. The extremely full skirt was gathered from a low dropped waistline and continued into a near-cathedral sweep train. A panel insert the entire length of the back repeated the lace accent. The bride wore the same veil her sisters. Mrs. Lou Galetich and Mrs. John Leahy, had worn at their weddings. The liand--olled silk il |Bruce Bottolfson's Birthday Supper in Cowboy, Indian Mode A supper party in a cowboy and Indian theme was given by Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Bottolfson at their home Friday night in honor of the seventh birthday of their son, Bruce, which occurs Monday. Guests assembled at 5 p. m. and played cowboy and Indian St. Lawrence Mothers Club On 4th Tuesday Meetings of St. Lawrence School Mothers club are being held the fourth Tuesday of each month, instead of the second Tuesday, this year. Under the new schedule, the first meeting will be Tuesday night, Sept. 23. Mrs. Steve Garbier is president of the group. Glen Eichs Honored At Party In Omaha Following their return to Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Eich were honored at a reception given by friends at the Blackstone Hotel Thursday evening. Mrs. Eich is the former Esther Feld of Carroll. The serving table was decorated with a three-tiered wedding cake and silver candelabra. • * * Attending were; Dr. and Mrs. L. R. James, Dr. and Mrs. Gordon F. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. William Nicas, Mrs. Verna Sage, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Moore, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Person, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lindahl, JoAnn AmRhein, Diane Johnson, Charlotte Coriey, and Sr. Ingeborg Blomberg. GREETED BY STATE PRESIDENT . . . Mrs. James Buchholz (second from left), an instructor in the Antonian School of Practical Nursing, introduces three out-of-town students to Mrs. J. II. Herweg (left), president of the Practical Nurses Association of Iowa. The three students arc left to right Betty Wood of Ft. Dodge, Kay Ullrich of Guttcnberg, and Shirley Stepanek of Cedar Rapids. They arc wearing uniforms of the new Antonian school. (Paige & Paige Photo). (ANOTHER PHOTO: Page 1.) Saturday— Guest night bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Country Club Monday— Jewlene Jung Has j Party Celebrating Her Fourth Birthday Jewlene Jung, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jewell Jung, celebrated her fourth birthday at a party given by her mother, at their home Friday afternoon. Children who were guests were Deborah Grenier, Carol Baker, j Debbie Baumhover, and Curtis and \ Richard Wittrock. Also in the ! group were Jewlene's sister, Pam! ela, and brother, Jeffrey. Special guests were Jewlene's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mr and Mrs. Bert Lockhart and ! Misses Agnes Finnegan and Irene i Mills of Cedar Rapids, and grandson Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn I McDonald are leaving Saturday to mother. Mrs. Larry Jung. j games after which Bruce opened lusion veil was caught to a pleated j his birthday gifts. Supper was plateaus embroidered with irides- • served at a table decorated with cents and seed pearls, with a sin- ; an Indian encampment at one end, gle dew-drop pearl in the center. ! a cowboy cabin and regalia at J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Leonard Bromert • Sar-Ben Coliseum in Omaha Sat- Monday Bridge Club. 1 p.m.. Ho-; urd0 y ni S hl - tel Burke I ' Lockhart, and Dr. and Mrs. John ; spend several days at market in E. Martin will attend the Barber- j Minneapolis, Minn, shop Quartet Jamboree at the Ak The hririo carried a Chantilly lace- covered prnyerhook, designed with a detachable lavender orchid and clusters of tinted orchid carnations falling in knotted satin showers. Maid of honor was Marge Koenig nf Omaha, friend of the bride, and bridesmaid was Mary Jo Lemker, cousin of the bride. Their the other end and a battleground in between. Cowboy and Indian nut cups were placed at each table setting. Favors were Indian, headbands and miniature toma-j hawks. Individual cakes were in \ the shape of tom-toms with can-' dy "drumsticks." j In the group of 14 guests were, Mickey Everett, Mark Ogren,': Trinity Guild, Mrs. John R rison, Glidden, 8 p .m. Wednesday— Grant Township Club, Club 30 Mor- Breakfast, Sun. Sept. 7th. St. Joseph's hall. Sponsored by Holy , „ i • Name Society. Serving after 6 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Burns return- j 0 ' dock Mass untU noon 75 cents ed Thursday night from a week s j and 5 o ccnts Ad trip to Colorado. They visited their Homemakers ! daughter, Mary Ann, in Denver and their son, David, who is in training Roger Crousc, son of Mr. and After the children had played i games on the lawn, ice cream and | cake were served. Jewlene's large, ; square birthday cake was decorated with a farm scene including ; a tractor, animals and a field. ! Jewlene received birthday gifts. I Mr. and Mrs. Mills, who came tr/ ! the Jung home Tuesday, returned ; to Cedar Rapids Friday night. Carroll' Toastmistress Club, Hotel I at Fort Carson near Colorado . Mrs. Moarl Crouse, will r e t u r n j r p | p k RN 4- P Tpnrh Burke i Springs. On the way back, they i Monday to Iowa State College.; ~ e ' e . Snrn Past Noble Grands potluck din- hall ner, 6:30 p.m., I.O.O.F Thursday— Newcomers Club, Hotel Burke VFW Auxiliary, Public elubrooms stopped for an overnight' visit Ames, where he will be a junior Anniversary of the ... T T - _ HlIC VOSr TJir eit-fr,.* AT., 1... / with relatives in Lawrence, Kan cotillion blue ballerine dresses | Denny Vetter, Tom Farner, Joe were of nylon chiffon and lace. The i Nockels, Chris Thorup, Gen. McElhinney, Mike Wall, Peter Macke, David Henning, Roger Wittkopp, Frank Knutzen Jr., Jirn Wheelcion and Chris Robertson. 46 Answer Roll at Ladies Aid Meeting trimmed with pearls and circular More Society: Page 7 College Students GET ALL THE NEWS FROM HOME EVERY DAY bodices were fashioned of vertically shirred and draped chiffon forming V necklines in the fronts and backs. Cummerbund midriffs of pleated taffeta showed back tailored bows. The bouffant skirts were full circles of lace, falling over stiffened petticoats. The attendants' headpieces were petal i | n Arcadia C h U V ch cups matching their dresses and | (Times ItrraM N'I-WN Scrvire) ARCADIA — Forty-six members answered roll call at the September meeting of the Ladies Aid Society of Zion Lutheran Church in the church basement here Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Wallace Jensen was a gue^st. Plans were made for the chicken supper to be served by the society Wednesday evening, Sept. 10, in the church basement, beginning at 5 p.m. Mrs. Otto Grundmeier is chairman and Mrs. William Jensen, co-chairman, of the supper committee. Announcement was made of the For Only $6.50 FOR SIX MONTHS IN IOWA If you're going to Iowa State, Iowa State Teachers, Grinnell, University of Iowa, Buena Vista, Creighton, Briarcliffe, or any of the schools in Iowa, you can get the paper delivered to you at your sorority, fraternity or dorm for just $1.40 per month, or $6.50 for 6 months. If you are going to a college outside Iowa, you can get the paper for the full school year for only $1.50 per month. r I * ut Do "'* Miss a Single Issue — Be Sure You Get the j News. Fill Out and Mail the Coupon Below With Your ' I Check. The Doily Times Herald, Circulation Department: CLIP THIS COUPON Name. College.. -Address at College, Enclosed find check for •* I . THE DAILY TIMES HERALD Rosalie Guam returned Tluirs- Library day night from Denver, Colo.. where she spent the summer with Betilah Country Club. Bculah Os- her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. borne hostess at Byron Provost and Mrs. Louis W. Gnam. and serv- home, Lake View i ed as a tour guide for the new ; SS. Peter and Paul 's Rummage ; ... NOE Cluh, Mrs. W. S. Bavlev ! First National Bank. She will be Sale, Sept. 11 and 12, Central Food | ding anniversary was Sept. 1. Mrs. St. Anthony' Hospital Auxiliary j home until Tuesday when she will. Market, Dial 9676, 3422 or 9727. ! Berning is the former Marjorie guest night, 8 p.m., Nurses aud- 1 go to Ames for her sophomore; Adv. j Miller of Carroll. Uorium | year at Iowa State College. j I An anniversary cake was served this year. His sister, Maryln. M or hert BeminOS will leave Tuesday for Northwest 'NUruer i u e • n i n y a Missouri State College, Mar y- crime* Hernid . N >»» smicr) ville, Mo., where she will be a ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Nor- sophomore. Mr. and Mrs. CrouNe bert Berning were surprised at a will accompany her. i pi cn ic dinner given by relatives at the Berning home north of Arcadia August 31. Their tenth wed- Lutheran Women's Missionary Gayle Ann Gruher, a 1958 grad- Ed Lamb will leave Sunday to wiln tn e dinner and Mr. and Mrs. resume his studies at Northwest • Berning were presented with a League zone rally to be held at j uate of Carroll High School, is Missouri State College Marvville ! P urs e from the group. Coon Rapids Sept. 24, with regis- 1 leaving Sunday morning to enter Mo., where he will be a second- tration beginning at 9 a.m. Iowa State Teathers College, Ced- semester junior. He will be ac* * * ! ar Falls. She is accompanying her companied by his parents, Mr. Pastor Frank Sass led the group ! parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Grub- : and Mrs. D. *A. Lamb. in sone and prayer | er, who will attend a reception for j in song ana prayer. i students and parents Sun- dav afternoon and return home ,c » Morri«cy. so „ of Mr. Sunday evening. ; and Mrs. Charley Morr.ssey. » Lunch was served by Mrs. Wilbur Luetje, hostess. The next meeting will be at 1:30 p.m. October 2, with Mrs. Augusta Lussman as hostess. Thirty-one members of the society attended the Ladies Aid guest day of Trinity Lutheran Church at Audubon Thursday. Lcla Jones of Cedar Rapids is a guest in the Scharnweber home at 620 North Court Street over the weekend, i leaving Sunday for his firstvear Mr. and Mrs. O. D. Dorman ! ° f .college at St. Henry Seminary went to Ames Saturday morning' ^ lev IU - ILs to meet their granddaughters, Deb- s J er - ln ; law .. Mr - and Mrs. Mai- bie and Diana Berntsen of Cedar ^ Morr.ssey and daughter, Rapids, who will spend a week Mary Jo. are taking him there, with them. The children's parents, Stephen was graduated from St. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Berntsen, and Henr >' 8 Pre P Sch ° o1 111 June - He their youngest daughter, Cindy, will visit in Des Moines for a few days, coming to the Dorman home here the middle of next week. worked at the Pepsi-Cola plant here this summer, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Loeffelholz Mr. and Mrs. THREE COUPLES TAKE VOWS ON THE SAME DAY . . . Saturday, August 30, was the wedding day for the three couples pictured above. Carol Friedman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Friedman of Halbur, and Ralph Loeffelholz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Loeffelholz of Mi. Carmel, were married in St. Augustine's Church at Halbur. Following a 10-day trip in Colorado, they will live on a farm on Route 2, Carroll, after September 10. LaRae Borkowski, daughter of Mrs. Mabel Borkowski of Carroll, became the bride of John Walgenbach, son of Mr. and Mrs. William W. Walgenbaeh of Dedbam, at SS. Peter and Paul's John Walgenbach Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hulsing Church in Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Walgenbach have gone to Norman, Okla., where the bridegroom, who is serving in the U. S. Navy, will attend school. The wedding of Ruth Boyer, daughter of Mrs. Joseph J. Boyer and the late Mr. Boyer of Carroll, and Earl Hulsing of Davenport, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hulsing of Carroll, took place in St. Joseph's Church, Carroll, After a week's trip in the Ozarks, Mr. and Mrs. Hulsing will live at Davenport, where he is with the Witt Flooring Company. (Paige & Paige Photos) Dr. and Mrs. A. Rcas Anneberg and daughter, Bertha, are leaving Saturday evening for Cedar Falls, where Bertha, who was graduated from Carroll High School in May, is entering Iowa State Teachers College. Dr. and Mrs. Anneberg will attend a reception for the new students and parents Sunday afternoon, returning home in the evening. The afternoon was spent visiting and playing cards. Lunch was served later. Participants were: Mr. and Mrs. William Berning and son Bill, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berning and daughters, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Berning and family, Anthon; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Berning and family, Iowa Falls; Mr. and Mrs. Alois Reiff and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Berning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leander Tigges and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Janning and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Berning and son, Carroll. Also in the group were the Norbert Berning children, Robert, Keith and 5a idrp K,,v . SS. Peter and Paul's Rummage Sale, Sept. 11 and 12, Central Food Market. Dial 9676, 3422 or 9727. Adv. TEACHER STAR QUITS CEDAR FALLS (AP) —Lew Roberts, of Independence, who led the scoring in the North Central Conference as a sophomore last year, quit the Iowa Teachers football team Friday. No reason for his departure was given Going On? In That Building On the North Side Of Hiway 30 East Of the Stoplight? Special for Monday, Sept. 8 LANGE'S SOLID RACK BUTTER 49c Lb. 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