Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 7, 1970 · Page 12
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Miss Kemper Bride 14 Of La Verne Sporre r TEMPLETON — Sacred Heart Church in Templeton was the setting for the wedding of Rosalyn Kemper and LaVerne Sporrer at 1 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper; the bridegroom, a son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sporrer of Dedham. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial high mass. Con- celebrants of the mass were the Rev. Robert Schimmer of Templeton and Capt. Kenneth Seifried of Port Carson, Colo. Also in the sanctuary was the Kev. Henry Meyer of Dedham. Music was provided by the Men's Choir, with Rick Horbach as organist. Guesiis were seated by brothers of the couple, Joea Kemper and Richard Sporrer. A white-carpeted aisle led to an altar decorated with matching bouquets of pink pompon chrysanthemums and pink SOMETHING You've got all the old things that were in your old home ... hunt's still not quite like home. The Welcome Wagon hostess can make you feel more at home in a short time - Call 792-3609 carnations tied with bergundy bows. Before mass, a blue candle-floral arrangement was lit on St. Joseph's altar and afterward the bride placed two pink roses tied with bergundy on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Roger Kohorst. Mrs. Harold Seeden and Kathy Kemper, another sister, were bridesmaids. Her niece, Susan Grote, was flower girl. Dale Sporrer was his brother's best man; groomsmen were Paul Wendl Jr. and Felix Tigges. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Leon Kemper. Her white dress of polyester sata peau was styled with an empire bodice, full cavalier sleeves and an A-line skirt. Medallions and appliques of lace touched with pearls trimmed the floor-length gown. Her cathedral mantilla veil of silk illusion was caught to a headpiece of pearl-trimmed illusion petals. She carried a pendant cascade of pink roses and camillia leaves, fashioned with a detachable corsage. For ber attendants she chose frocks designed with candy pink chiffon bodices and bergundy velvet skirts. The velvet also trimmed the high collars and cuffs of the bishop sleeves; gold braid defined the empire waistlines. They wore pink hairbows and each carried a pink rose with velvet stem, tied in ber­ gundy. The flower girl was identically dressed and carried a basket of pink roses. Immediately following the mass, 450 guests were entertained at a reception at Sacred Heart School. Time* RcraM, Carroll, T«. Saturday, Nov. 7, 1970 Both Mr. and Mrs. Sporrer are Kuemper High School graduates. The bride plans to continue her employment here at Sacred Healt Rectory; Mr. Sporrer is employed by Stenstrom Construction, Coon Rapids. After a week's trip to southern states the couple's address will be Route 1, Templeton. Some of ibhe best wine grapes in the United States are grown in the Napa Valley, north of San Francisco. Couple Says Nuptial Vows at Holy Angels ROSELLE — Exchanging nuptial vows in Holy Angels Church here at 12:30 Saturday afternoon, Nov. 7, were Mrs. Margaret Olson and Robert Haver man, both of Route 3, Roselle. Parents of the bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schemm of Fort Atkinson. Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. William Haverman of Carroll. The Rev. Alfred Endres of Fort Atkinson performed the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with yellow and white chrysanthemums. Janet Haverman, organist, and the high school choir provided the music. The bride was given in marriage by her brother-in-law, Harold Nelson of Fort Atkinson. Her matron of honor was Mrs. Anthony Meiners; Mrs. Raymond Williams was brides- matron. Mr. Meiners was best man and Gerald Starman, groomsman. Ushers were Donald Haverman and Mr. Williams. For her autumn wedding the bride chose a light blue princess gown, styled with a lace overlay panel down the front, and long sleeves. She wore a matching blue ribbon veil with pearls; her flowers were white carnations and rosebuds. The dark blue princess frocks worn by her attendants also featured the lace panels in front. Their headpieces were matching dark blue bows. They carried yellow carnations with yellow streamers. The wedding reception was held from two until four o'clock at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant and Lounge in Carroll, with 170 guests attending. After a short trip Mr. and Mrs. Haverman will reside in Roselle. Mr. Haverman is engaged in farming. Nursery School Top Experience in Lab By Martha MiHender (Carrell Education Assn.) The home economics girls at Carroll Community School, plan to have a nursery school starting early in January. In previous years, the three and four year olds enrolled have really had fun and have shared in numerous learning experiences. Some of their activities have been: bubble blowing; soap painting; bathing the baby; making play dough; shopping Mr. and Mrs. Larry Meier Vows Spoken In Ceremony At Artesian Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthouse) Office 792-9782 Home 792-2767 Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Appraisals Farm Management V. Stuart P«rry — Dial 792-9883 Dr. O. M. O'Connor OPTOMETRIST Eyes Examined Glassed Fitted Contact Lens Specialist 102 W. 5th Carroll, Iowa Phone 792-3318 Closed Thursday Afternoons DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Fleer Leeatien — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELO, D.D.S. — Phone 792-2630 R. F. BARELS, D.D.S. L. B. Phone 792-2528 WESTENDORF. D.D.S. Phone 792-2630 DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Yule Party Planned by Thimble Bee The Thimble Bee was entertained Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. C. A. McNaughton. During the business session conducted by Mrs. E. J. Hulsebus the women voted to have a Christmas party at the Elk's Club on Dec. 11, starting with a 12:30 luncheon. A Christmas collection was taken for benefit of the Christian Home at Council Bluffs. Ten members answered roll call with thoughts on thankfulness. Several did knitting and other handwork during the social hour. Mrs. McNaughton displayed a patchwork quilt made and quilted by women of First United Methodist Church which is to be sold at the W.S.C.S. "Holiday Fair- bazaar Nov. 19. She also showed two dolls for which she had sewed and crocheted clothing; they also will be for sale at the bazaar. Mrs. McNaughton read two selections, "Living" and "Little Things", from the booklet "Sunny Thoughts". A note was read from the Carroll Manor thanking the Thimble Bee for the lap robes they had made and presented to residents of /the nursing home. Mrs. Hulsebus assisted the hostess in serving a tray lunch. She will entertain next, on Jan. U. (Times H«rald New* Service) WESTSIDE - Lanice Gehlsen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louie Gehlsen of Westside, and Larry Meier, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meier of Waverly, were wed at 3 p.m. Oct. 24 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Artesian. The Rev. Leon Hodges performed the double ring ceremony for which Carla Ehlers was organist. Vocalist Benita Davis was accompanied on the guitar by Debbie Drake. Ushers and candlelighters were Gary Meier, twin brother of the bridegroom, and a cousin, Kevin Pfannkuch. Attending the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, was Neva Blacksmith. Best man was Bill Becker. The bride had designed her wedding gown of white velvet and chiffon trimmed in Chantilly lace. Her veil fell in three tiers from a lace petal headpiece. She carried white gardenias combined with carnations and spider mums. Miss Blacksmith's short-s 1 e e v e d dress was fashioned of national blue velvet. Her headpiece and bouquet were blue and green carnations. The liturgical symbol of marriage in Christ was carried out at the wedding reception in the church parlors. A buffet supper for out-of-town guests was held at the Alvin Meier farm home, followed by a charivari for the newlyweds. Mrs. Meier graduated from Ar-We-Va High School in 1969 and is- a sophomore art major at the University of Northern Iowa. Her husband, a graduate of Waverly-Shell Rock High School, is employed in Waterloo at the John Deere plant. They are living at Meadow Lane Trailer Court, No. 43, Denver, Iowa. at the corner store; making booklets about their families; enjoying music with records and with the auto harp; building with the blocks; playing outside on the play ground; listening to stories; playing with puzzles; the rocking boat; the housekeeping center; the barrel to climb through, in and under; games, bus ride to the kindergarten; playing in the gym on the scooters and other equipment; fun with birthdays; get ting to know our community helpers such as doctors, deft tists, nurses, etc.; enjoying baby animals; and graduation the last day with diplomas and caps. The children learn to share, to take turns, to enjoy, respect and appreciate friends. For many the nursery school is a real big help in adjusting to being away from home, especially those going to kindergarten in the following year. The home economics girls feel that this experience is a very worthwhile and helpful one. They can see the growth and development in the children — especially when we have the children for three, four or five weeks as we have done in the previous years. This experience helps the girls in understanding their own growth and development and that of their brothers and sisters which makes for better family relationships. Participating in the nursery school is a valuable experience for babysitting, for a career as a nursery school or child care worker and should be very helpful to the girls in their future homes. Home Sewers Show Interest in Tailoring Great interest has been shown by a large enrollment in the adult education program. Tailoring is being offered with an enrollment of 55. The class meets each Monday evening from 7:00 to 9:30 for eight sessions. Four teachers, Mrs. Paul Haaf, Mrs. Bill Kelly, Mrs. Darrell Sundermann, and Mrs. Bob Millender, are presenting the material by a team method approach. Demonctrations, discussions, filmstrips and other illustrative materials are being used to present topics. Some important phases included are: alteration; matching plaids; selecting, preparing and cutting of materials and interfacings; making of buttonholes; attaching collars, setting in sleeves and putting in linings and hems. Upon completion of the class, a style show will be held for the members of the class to model their tailored garments. All of the teachers agree that this is a most cooperative group and that it is a real joy in working with them. Hill-Traner Nuptial Vows are Repeated Relatives Entertained By Hackers Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-L AW Dial 792-9277 SUVz N. Adams St. ACE BOOKKEEPING SERVICE Farmert - Buiintiiai - Professional Federal & State Tax Records Double Entry Bookkeeping Financial Statements Accounts Receivable _ Fayahln Alice Stoiert 792-4644 407 S. Mopl. COUGAR COUNTR R. J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adam*—Carroll, Iowa Off lea Hours: 9 to 12—1 to 5 General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays Office Dial 792.4120 Horn* Dial 792 -3408 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 1 U East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetric* PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 792-3543 — Home 792-3630 • A FILM FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY J FOLLOW "WHISKERS,* an independent and curious young cougar, through two exciting years in a mountain wilderness known as "COUGAR COUNTRY** • A true wildlife adventure story B *8F Wednesday fir Thursday Only! CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL SPECIAL 4:30 MATINEE, ALSO AT 6:30 & 8:30 P.M. ADULTS: $1.75, CHILDREN UNDER 12 - 75e Set Workshop At Red Oak for Clubwomen Clubwomen of the Fifth and Seventh Districts of the Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs will meet Wednesday, Nov. 11, at the Holiday Inn in Red Oak to participate in a Community Improvement Program Workshop co-sponsored by the IFWC and the Sears Roebuck Founda tion. The Community Improvement Program seeks to involve club­ women in the affairs of their communities; to stimulate them to identify community needs, determine a course of action to satisfy the need, and to implement the action that will result in an improved community. Speakers for this meeting will include: Professors John Tait and Arthur Johnson, sociologists from Iowa State University; Loren Hickerson, mahor of Iowa City and director of community relations at the University of Iowa; Mrs. H. Clay Harshbarger, former garden editor of "American Home" and "Household" magazines, and author of McCall's "Garden Book;" John Young, Sears Roebuck area representative; Mrs. Glen Stockdale, IFWC president; Mrs. Arnold Charlton, state CLP. chairman; and Mrs. James Miller, state junior CLP. chairman. Past winners of the Community Improvement Program will be introduced and clubwomen will be able to question them and inspect the scrapbooks which accompanied the winning projects. All clubs have been urged to be represented at this important meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Frank J. Hacker and children Terry and Debbie were hosts to relatives Sunday in celebration of the couple's silver wedding anniversary. Entertained at their home west of Lidderdale from 4 until 7 p.m., and then at dinner at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant were Mrs. Helen Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Zitzlsperger, Dorothy Zitzlsperger, Mr. and Mrs. George Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hacker, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heires, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Krai and Gary, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Venteicher, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Bueltel and Mary Ann Hall. Table decorations included an anniversary cake and silver candles. The group returned to the Hacker home after dinner for an evening of cards. The couple received many gifts. CLUB REUNION The Adventurers' Travel Club, Inc., of Sioux City, will hold its annual reunion dinner and meeting at 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 22, at the Oasis in Sioux City. Members and guests from 68 area towns will gather to meet friends they traveled with this past year and hear reports of the club's activities and future plans. The general public is invited to attend; reservations must be made by Nov. 17. For more information, write to 705 South Paxton Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51106. ACCEPTED BY SCHOOL Pamela Settle, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Settle, Carroll, and Nancy Venteicher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Venteicher, Arcadia, have been accepted at C E School of Commerce, Omaha. Miss Settle will be studying automation accounting training, and Miss Venteicher will be studying secretarial training. Both are seniors at Kuemper High School. Their training at C E School of Commerce will begin in June, 1971. Donna Hill, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Hill of Carroll, became the bride of Scott Traner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Traner of Urbandale, In a one o'clock ceremony Saturday afternoon, Nov. 7, in Holy Spirit Catholic Church in Carroll. White pompons tied with blue graced the altar for the double ring ceremony performed by Personals Mrs. Mary Bluml ef Carroll and her daughter, Mary Jane, of Minneapolis have returned after a week's trip. They visited Mrs. Bluml's sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Felix Bluml and family at Columbia, Mo., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bluml and family at Wichita, Kan. Miss Bluml returned to Minneapolis Friday. PINOCHLE PARTY DEDHAM - Mrs. Nettie Stangl entertained the pinochle club at her home. Mrs. Delia Irlbeck won high bid; the hostess, high score; and Mrs. Rose Kitt, low. SMORGASBORD — Holy Angels Parish Hall — Roselle — Sunday, Nov. 15 — 4 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $2.00. Adv. Templeton CD A Court Has Meeting TEMPLETON — Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, met In regular session in the church basement here Thursday night following a mass offered for intentions of all members by the Rev. Robert Schimmer. Mrs. Elmer Schreck, grand regent, urged the women to attend the state CD. of A. workshop in Carroll Sunday afternoon. The Dec. 3 meeting will feature a 6:30 potluck supper. All members are to take a grocery item to be donated to the Sheltered Workshop at Denison and a donation for the Association for Retarded Children. Also, those wishing to may donate old jewelry, toys and other items to be sent to Glenwood. Attendance prizes were awarded to Mrs. Cyril Renze and Mrs. Raymond Klocke. On the lunch committee were Mrs. Ed Riesenberg, chairman; Mrs. Clifford Eischeid, co-chairman; Mrs. John A. Behrens, Mrs. Lawrence Behrens, Mrs. Harold Eich, Mrs. Gerald Haubrich, Mrs. Leo Heithoff, Mrs. Ronald Pietig, Mrs. Cyril Renze and Mrs. John Roth. Play Games at Five Tables Five tables of pinochle were in play Friday afternoon at the Golden Circle clubrooms. Mrs. Lucille Schriner and Mrs. Aurora Mungon were hostesses for the cooperative lunch that was served after eight games. Winners of the score prizes were Elva Eike, high; Mrs. Louise Greteman, second; Mrs. Mungon, traveling; and Mrs. Carrie Ludwig, tally. Socia Ca nd ar A PRODUCT OF AMERICAN NATIONAL ENTERPRISES, INC. Saturday— Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Catholic Daughters workshop, St. Lawrence 1 p.m.; registration 12:30 p.m. Monday- Beta Sigma Phi banquet, 7 p.m Pin Oaks Round Table, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson St. Lawrence Guild Carroll Woman's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m. Red Carpet Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall Toastmistress, Joe's Executive Club Restaurant Ootavettes, Mrs. Tom Schapman Soorettes, Mrs. Robert Kraus Double Four, Mrs. Zilta Hulsebus Tuesday- Girl Scout Leaders, 9:30 a.m., Manning Presbyterian Church Tri-County Hairdressers, 7 p.m. dinner, Red Carpet Newman Study Club, Mrs. David O'Leary Chapter EB, P.E.O., 6:30 p.m. Tony's Restaurant STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Wayne Weeks J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. O. H. Juergens Entre Nous, Mrs. W. H. Brown Golden Circle bridge Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Trumpettes, Mrs. Howard Drees Firstnighters, Mrs. William Siepker F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp Home Economics Committee, 9 a.m., Extension office Mariners Club, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold Wednesday- Lutheran Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Louie Bauer; Mary, Mrs. Russell Wunschel; Martha, Mrs. Donavon Stanzyk; Ruth, Mrs. Norbert Kaspersen; Sarah, Mrs. Kenneth Beckman A. B. Club, Mrs. Roy Heuton Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Leo Wiederien H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Louis Drees L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Betty Lane Golden Circle euchre Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Ronald Riesberg i Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Country Club ATTENDS PARLEY Dr. A. Reas Anneberg of Carroll attended the annual meeting of the Iowa Academy of Ophthalmology and Otolaryngology at Iowa City Friday. He is president of the Academy this year. * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS. BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete lelortioa that »iM pleat* tray Bride, yet the prion are •wiiinii STONE'S 110 W. 6th—Carroll the Rev. Clair Boes. Attending the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, were her sister, Mrs. Ronald Hulsebus, as matron of honor; Sandy Subbert and Ann Traner, bridesmaids. Renee Heithoff was flower girl, carrying white pompons with blue velvet tufte in her white basket. Christy Rieck carried the rings. Mark Traner was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were Steve Traner and Chuck Traner. Guests were ushered by Wayne Hill and Mike Traner. The bride's traditional gown of white Chantilly lace over peau de soie, trimmed with motifs of sequins. A fitted bodice with bell sleeves topped a bouffant skirt worn over crinoline. Five tiers of scalloped ruffles billowed over a hoop and the lace at the back hemline of the gown slightly brushed the floor. Her long mantilla, edged with lace, was topped with a matching cap. She carried a semi-cascade bouquet of white roses and pompons with leatherleaf foliage. The floor-length dresses worn by her attendants were of royal blue velvet. Ruffles trimmed the long fitted sleeves and also detailed the back of the frocks. Their headpieces were velvet pillboxes finished with brief veils. Each carried a bouquet of white pompons accented with blue velvet to match their dresses. The wedding reception was held at the Elk's Club, from two until four o'clock. Before her marriage, Mrs. Traner was employed by Crouse Cartage Company. She is a 1968 graduate of Carroll Community High School. The bridegroom graduated from Kuemper Catholic High School in 1968 and now Is in the United States Navy. The couple will spend a week traveling through eastern states to Virginia Beach, Va., where Mr. Traner is stationed. Their address will be 1401 A Veau Chanticleir Apartments, Virginia Beach, Va., 23451. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 II Jack Webb DRAGNET li It's a real cliff-hanger when Friday trails his man to the edge of a steep bluff and everything hangs in suspense while the suspect decides whether to toke the plunge. 10 : 30 Tonight following Craig Crummer, John Newell and Gary Vincent. SUNDAY MOVIE 4$ **4.J:,w-i _____ Robert Preston in ISLAND OF LOVE II Tony Randall and Walter Matthau co-star in this nice ptece of nonsense about gangsters, girls and Greek islands. A fine cast and a funny plot. at 10:30 Tonight following Craig Crummer and Jim Van Dyke TV . .RNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL

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