Carroll Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 29, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, April 29, 1967
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Wiederin-Wurzer Vows are Spoken Irene Wiodcrin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Wiwi-Tin of Carroll, became the bride of Daniel J. Wurzer at ton o'clock Saturday morning. April 29. in St. Lawrence Church. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. John Wurzer of Route 1. Carroll. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff performed the double ring service and celebrated the nuptial mass before an altar decorated with white gladioli and PnlRo Pilot n April Wedding . . . Betty M. Ludwig and Patrick H. Fagan were wed in an April 15 ceremony in St. Mary's Church at Auburn. Following their wedding trip to northwestern states, they are making their home on Route 1, Carroll. Parents of the bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Ludwig, Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. James Fagan of Lanesboro. MOVING? see us today., ... for o "Wife-Approved"* Move by North American Van Lines. World-wide serviee, CALL 2540 JOHN VANDERHEIDEN 1019 N. East Carroll, Iowa Authorized Agent fwr . . • and pink carnations. Sr. M. Cp- cilc was at tlio organ and also accompanied the St. Lawrence Children's Choir. Mrs. Bruce Riedesel of Churdan. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Margaret Reinart of Carroll and Karma Thculen, Auburn. Ronald Meyer was best man; David Hcilhoff and Ronald Pietig. groomsmen. Guests were seated by Elmer Wieder- in, the bride's brother, and Gary of Coon Rapids, nephew of (he bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her fa,ther. Her while gown of Chantilly lace and peau do soie was fashioned with an oval neckline, long lace sleeves and a full-length A-line skirt. A cathedral train, topped with a tailored bow, fell from the back of the high-rise waistline which featured a band of peau. Her triple veil of silk illusion was held by a forward headpiece of tulle petals and flowerettes, trimmed with ocean pearls and crystals. Her cascade bouquet, with detachable corsage, consisted of white roses, stephanotis an d pink sweetheart roses. She placed white carnations tied with blue on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Mrs. Riedesel and the bridesmaids wore floor-length dresses of rose linen styled with easy sheath skirts. Bodices were enhanced with pink and white fi- 1 e t lace with cape sleeves. Their floral headpieces were darker pink with pearl trim and finished with maline veils. Each carried a cascading bouquet of white miniature carnations and pink sweetheart roses. Dinner was served at noon to 85 guests at the Elks hall in Carroll, where a reception for 275 was held from 2 until 4:30 p.m. The bride graduated In 1961 from Glidden-Ralston High School and is employed by Iowa Public Service Company in Carroll. Her husband, a 1960 graduate of Kuemper High School, is employed at Quandt's Garage and Auto Salvage, also at Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Wurzer are taking a short trip to southern states. After May 5 they will be at home at 605 South Place, Carroll. Circle Holds Card Session Golden Circle Club members met in their clubrooms for cards Friday afternoon. Eight games of pinochle were played after which Mrs. A. E. Odendahl and Mrs. J. S. Light served lunch. Prize winners were Mrs. Louise Fasbender, high; Mrs. Louise Greteman, second; Mrs. Lucille Schriner, traveling; and Mrs. Vincent Ricke, tally. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, April 29, 1967 To Become Bride . . . Mr. and Mrs. James E. Wolfe of Aurora, 111., announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Robert Ocken, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ocken of Templeton. Miss Wolfe attended Madonna High School at Aurora and was graduated from Mount St. Clare College, Clinton. She formerly taught at St. Rita of Cascia School in Aurora and is now attending Northern Illinois University at DeKalb. Her fiance graduated from Kuemper High School, Carroll, and received his B.S. degree in physics from Loras College, Dubuque. He is presently working toward a master's degree at Michigan State University, East Lansing. The couple plans an Aug. 26 wedding in St. Rita of Cascia Church, Aurora. Plan to Note Fellowship Day COON RAPIDS - The United Church Women of Coon Rapids will participate in the nationwide observance of May Fellowship Day at 9:30 a.m. Friday, May 5, at the Christian Church. Mrs. Maurice Bower is chairman of the program and will speak. Women of the Methodist and Christian Churches of Coon Rapids will be hostesses. There will be an informal coffee and a film strip, "How Things Hide People", followed by a short worship service. The film depicts problems of middle income persons trying to cope with poverty in their society. CLUB ENTERTAINED (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM - Mrs. Delia Irlbeck entertained the euchre club in her home Tuesday night. Mrs. Ludwig Seidl won high; Mrs. John Stangl, second; and Mrs. Anna Klocke, low. Lunch was served. LOOK MOTHERS! Here Is the Special You Have Been Waiting For. . . Beautiful LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT only 97' MONDAYS-TUESDAY May 1 and 2 9:30-5:00 Check Our Low Prices on Enlargements AGE LIMIT UNDER 12 What's new for tomorrow It at SIN C E R today! * SINGER 518 N. Adams Carroll, Iowa Marlou Feld Bride of Norbert Muh bauer Marlou Feld and Norbert Muhlbauer, both of Omaha, repeated nuptial vows Saturday morning, April 29, in St. Lawrence Church, Carroll. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feld, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muhlbauer of Halbur. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. St. Joseph's Guild Meets At Dedham (TlniM Herald New» Service) DEDHAM - St. J o s e p h's Guild held its April meeting in the parish hall here Thursday evening with Mrs. Ronald Klocke presiding over the business session. Following the opening prayer and hymn, Mrs. Charles Wiskus read Scripture. A number of reports were given, including those on the r e c e n 1 D.C.C.W. deanery meeting held at Willey. The Guild voted to send a delegate to the national institute to be hold May 22-24 at Notre Dame, Ind. Mrs. Marlin Bauer gave the April Circle report. Mrs. Delia Irlbeck won the door prize; Mrs. Clem Klocke, the charity prize. The Rev. Henry Meyer led the rosary to close the meeting. He also spoke to the group concerning the new structures which include church committees, international affairs, fam ily affairs, community affairs and organization services, all on the deanery level. The April Circle served lunch at tables featuring madonna centerpieces, and a social hour followed. Assisting Mrs. Bauer as chairman and Mrs. Ben Balk, co-chairman, were Mrs. Jake Duewell, Mrs. Ed Bluml, Mrs. Rose Sporrer, Mrs. Louis Brincks, Mrs. Elizabeth Grossman, Audrey Sporrer, Mrs. Harry Stangl, Mrs. Joe Schon, Mrs. Arnold Wiskus, Mrs. Clifford Danner, Mary Kasperbauer, Mrs. Charles Wiskus, Mrs. Vera Seidl, Mrs. Rudy Anthofer, Mrs. Anthony Anthofer, Mrs. Norbert Tunning and Mrs. Leo Stangl. 'Play Day 7 at FLC Meeting The Friday afternoon meeting of the F.L.C. Club, held at the country home of Mrs. Alfred Meyers, was the club's "play day" and featured an informal program following the business session. Mrs. R. K. Cooper, president, opened the meeting with an article entitled "The Presence of God", from Ideals magazine. Members answered roll call by relating a recent personal experience. Those who had attended tlie April 13 meeting of the Carroll County Federation of Women's Clubs at Arcadia gave their reports. Mrs. Everett Rogers' legislation report was concerned primarily with Daylight Savings Time and the truck bill. Wilma Mohler was in charge of the program, a quiz covering a number of commercials frequently seen on television. At the close of the 20 questions, a traveling prize stopped with Mrs. B. W. Fisk, who also received first prize- for the most correct answers. Second prize went to Mrs. Zelma Raygor and low, to Mrs. Clyde Bayliss. Prizes were products related to the quiz. Mrs. Meyers served a tray lunch. The club's next meeting, the final one for the season, will be May 5 at Mrs. Carl Bauerle's home. James McAlpin before an altar decorated with pink carnations. Music was provided by the seventh and eighth grade pupils of St. Lawrence School. Guests were seated by Larry Feld and Gene Muhlbauer. Mr. Feld gave his daughter in marriage. Her attendants were Deanna Feld and Linda Feld. Ronald Muhlbauer and Larry Muhlbauer attended the bridegroom. Completing the wedding party were Kristine Zielinski as flower girl and Scott Eich, ring bearer. For her late-April wedding the bride chose a white gown of silk-mist organza and peau- de-ange lace over bouquet taffeta. The Empress Josephine bodice, encircled with a band of lace, was styled with a portrait neckline and continental- length sleeves. The A-line silhouette skirt, enhanced with lace, was dramatized with an aisle-wide Watteau train. Her triple-tiered veil of silk illusion net was caught to an organza headpiece of roses, petal leaves and seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis combined with white and pink roses. The candy pink dresses worn by her attendants, fashioned of saki, were designed with scoop necklines, elbow sleeves and floor-length skirts in A-line styling. Bell designs of white Venice lace trimmed the high-rise waistlines and also the hems of back panniers. Each carried an arrangement of white carnations and pink sweetheart roses. Eighty-five guests were entertained at a one o'clock dinner at the Derby Restaurant, where a reception for 200 began at 2:30. Mrs. Muhlbauer, graduate of Kuemper High School, plans to continue her employment at Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Omaha. The bridegroom graduated from St. Benedict's College, Atchison, Kan., and is with Mutual of Omaha. After a week's trip to Lake of the Ozarks, the couple will live at 6127 Bedford Avenue, Omaha, Neb. Miss Stone Becomes Bride COON RAPIDS — Patsy Jo Stone, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll C. Stone of Bayard, and LeRoy Reineke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Reineke of Coon Rapids, were married April 15 at the Annunciation Catholic Church in Coon Rapids. After a short trip to the Ozarks they are living at 211 Seventh Street, Coon Rapids. The Rev. Harold V. Cooper officiated at the 10:30 a.m. ceremony which was followed by a noon brunch at the Legion Hall in Dedham. The couple's attendants were Mrs. Richard Brannan of Ankeny, sister of the bride, and Dennis Reineke, Coon Rapids, brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were James Goodwin, Scranton, and Jim Knobbe. The bride wore a ballerina- length gown of Chanilly lace, and a pearl crown holding a shoulder-length veil. Her matron of honor was attired in a street-length frock of light blue crepe over taffeta. Mr. Reineke, who served in the Army for two years, is employed at Farmers Co-op Elevator in Ralston. August Wedding . . . Mr. and Mrs. Leo G. Brinkman of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Kristine to G. W. Mueller Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller, also of Carroll. Miss Brinkman, a 1964 graduate of Kuemper High School, atended Briar Cliff College, Sioux City. Her fiance also graduated from Kuemper in 1964. He attends the University of Iowa, Iowa City, where he is a member of Sigma Chi fraternity. The wedding is planned for Aug. 26. OEO Training Program Set Government employees who will work in a seven-county area in an Office of Economic Opportunity-sponsored pro- BREAKS ARM Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh fell at the post office Friday afternoon and entered St. Anthony Hospital for treatment of a broken arm. w, ,\v, A-M-IvWWv.:.. i. LOEHR & SHRIVER, Jewelers gram will begin a two-week training session Monday in the Carroll office of the Community Action Program committee in the .city hall. The seven counties involved are the four members of CAP— Calhoun, Carroll, Greene and Sac — and three counties in the former Tri-County, Inc. — Audubon, Dallas and Guthrie. The employees will include one for each county and two traveling employees, one of whom will be a registered nurse and the other a field employee specialist. The two-week school will be held to obtain information from representatives of organizations and existing agencies which provide services and have areas of interest similar to the work of the workers who will be employed, Lawrence Blackley of Glidden, program director, said Saturday. The representatives of the organizations will discuss what their programs include, their purposes, whom they aid and how they go about it. The program organizers have established the training school to enable the employees they will hire to be cognizant of the various existing agencies with whom they may be working. Janice Berning and James Kjosa Wed BREDA St. Bernard Church in Breda was the setting for the wedding of Janice Berning and James 0. Kjosa, both of Omaha, Neb., at 10:30 Saturday morning, April 29. Officiating at the double ring cer- Cotmselor Talks At Parish Social (Times Herald Newi Service) MANNING The regular monthly meeting of Sacred Heart Altar and Rosary Society in April was in the form of a "Get-Acquainted Parish Social" for all adults of the parish. The Rev. P. J. Nooney welcomed the group, after which Mrs. Melvin R e n z e n, president of the Altar Society, gave a brief report on results of the recent broasted chicken supper. Guest speaker was Arthur Scherschligt, guidance counselor of Manning Community High School, who explained his role in the education and assistance of high school students. Following his talk, he answered floor. questions from the Games were played with Joe Muhlbauer winning high score prize and Mrs. Muhlbauer, low. Lunch was served by Mrs. William Wanninger, Mrs. Arthur Scherschligt and their committee. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hinners received the door prize. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts went to Charles City Wednesday to attend funeral rites for his nephew, James Eastman of Mason City, who was killed in an airplane crash. Mr. Eastman was owner of a flying service in Mason City. Mrs. Helena Bruhn, administrator of the Manning Plaza, and Mrs. Ed Ramsey attended a meeting in Atlantic on Thursday, which stressed the minimum wage and hour law. Paul Lynn of Des Moines was the speaker. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hass entertained at dinner Sunday honoring their son Bruce on his 15th birthday. Guests were Mrs. Hulda Greder, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Greder and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Greder and sons, Arion; Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dieber and sons, Buck Grove. Monday evening guests in the Hass home honoring Bruce were Mrs. Lena Hass, Mrs. Tena Otto, Mrs. Norma Hagedorn, Lois and Larry; Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Grimm and Connie; Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Kerkhoff and Ron. Nancy Rowedder and Karen Rowedder attended the 33rd annual Iowa Cosmetologist's convention and beaulty trade show in Des Moines April 23. Socia Ca nd ar Saturday- Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m... Sunday- Rainbow Girls tea, 2-4 p.m.; Advisory Board, 4:30 p.m., Mrs. Leo Loxterkamp Lucky 13 Club, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Tigges Monday- Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple 12th ( n' Vine Club, Mrs. Charles Oxenford Firstnighters Club, Mrs. William Siepker H. H. Club, Mrs. Peter Hausman Finessettes-8 Club, Mrs. Alan Evenson St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary general meeting and potluck, 6:45 p.m., Antonian gym Tuesday- Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. T. G. Ralph Jr. Legion Auxiliary picnic, Graham Park STOP Club, 7 p.m. hospital staff room Golden Circle Club, 1:30 p.m. Entre Nous Club, Mrs. Guy Jones Players 8 Club, Mrs. Carroll Bouchard Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. William Schenkelberg Jr. Spela Kort Club, Mrs. Robert Quinn A.B.C. Club, Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg Trumpettes Club, Mrs. Thomas Collison Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Harry Frank Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Clem Determan Fortnighters Club luncheon, Pauline's Cafe Entre Nous Club, Mrs. W. L. McConkie Wednesday— W.S.C.S. 2p.m., Methodist Church U. P. W. 2 p.m. Presbyterian Church Catholic Daughters, supper 7 p.m., meeting 8 p.m., KC Hall Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Country Club Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. Vincent Collison F.W.T.T. Club, Mrs. Ronald Riesberg 1W-3W Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen O.N.O. Club, Mrs. Ramon Gardels Chit-Chat Club, Gayle Schleisman High Bidders Club, Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Leon Oswald Thursday- Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. John Gregory, Lake City Young Hearts Club, Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Lon Diers, Arcadia Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Earl Neu Golden Circle Club cards, 1:30 p.m. emony and nuptial high mass was the Rev. Donald Reis. The bride, given in marriage by her father, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berning, Breda. The bridegroom's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Kjosa, reside at Sioux Falls, S.D. Attending the bride were M a r 1 e n e Heider, Omaha, as maid of honor and Mrs. Wesley Kjosa of Sioux Falls. Robert Rath, Glidden, was best man; and Wesley Kjosa of Sioux Falls, brother of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ushers were Michael Stitz, Carroll, and Don Peters of Omaha. The church was decorated with matching altar bouquets of white and yellow gladioli bowed with -mint green. The bride's bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar held white carnations, fashioned with blue satin. Nuptial music was sung by St. Bernard's Choir. The bride appeared in an empire crepe sheath gown, styled with a long-sleeved lace bodice which featured a scalloped cameo neckline. Satin bows trimmed the lace Camelot train that flowed from her shoulders to cathedral length. Her waterfall veil was attached to a pearl and crystal crown. She carried a ca s c a d e bouquet of white miniature carnations centered with a detachable carnation corsage and a sunburst of yellow sweetheart roses. Miss Heider and Mrs. Kjosa were attired in crepe dresses of mint green, also in empire styling. Lace bodices had long, angel sleeves and rounded necklines and were finished at the empire waistlines with self-fabric bias trim and bows. A-line, skirts were floor-length. Completing their costumes were pillbox headpieces with maline veiling. Their cascading bouquets of toned yellow carnations were backed with camelia foliages. A wedding dinner for 120 relatives and friends was served at noon at the Legion Hall in Breda, followed by a reception for an additional 60 guests from 2 until 4:30. Mr. and Mrs. Kjosa will take a week's wedding trip to southern states and will make their home in Omaha, where the bride is a casualty rater and typist at Hawkeye Security Insurance Company and the bridegroom is employed by the Union Pacific Railroad. Their address after May 7 will be 844 South 49th Street, Omaha. Genzens Hosts For Family Dinner (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen entertained 50 relatives at dinner Sunday. Those attending were from Manning, Westside, Manilla, Denison and Sac City. Eight women of the Manning Presbyterian Church attended Spring Presbyterial April 24 at Storm Lake. They were Mrs. C. G. Sinning, Mrs. Harry Hinz, Mrs. W. C. Schrum, Mrs. Robert Campbell, Mrs. Clifford Tank, Mrs. Marvin Hill, Mrs. Henry Hansen and Verna Karstens. Methodist Church Annual Pancake Breakfast in the Church Fellowship Hall Tuesday, May 2. Serving from 6 to 9 a.m. Adults 75 cents, Children under 12, 35 cents. Adv. SOCIAL PRINTING Our invitations and announcements are always «?? socially correct, perfectly produced. STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA NOTICE Effective May 3, 1967 BUSINESS PLACES IN BREDA will be OPEN WEDNESDAY Nights and Closed Saturday Nights Breda Business Men's Club

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