Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 21, 1970 · Page 20
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Miss Schon Bride of James A. Eich Holy Spirit Church in Carroll was the setting for the wedding of Darlene Schon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Schon Jr. of Glidden, and James A. Eich, at 12:30 Saturday afternoon, Nov. 21. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Alvin Eich of Carroll and the late Mr. Eich. The Very Rev. Leo Lenz officiated at the double ring rite before an altar graced with yellow pompons and mums bowed with green. Music was provided by Sr. Helen and the eighth grade choir of the parish. In the wedding party were sisters and brothers of the bride and groom. Mary Ann Eich was maid of honor; Carol and Esther Eich, bridesmaids. Best man was Don Schon. Kevin Schon carried the rings. Ushers were James Schon and John Eich. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her gown of white Chantilly lace and bridal satin, styled with a high wedding band neckline and bishop sleeves. Beneath an empire bodice a lace skirt banded in wide satin fell to floor-length and swept to a chapel train. The satin also outlined the empire line, wrists and collar. She wore a queen's crown of lace and beads to hold her waterfall veil of illusion. Five yellow roses centered her bouquet of white carnations. Styled by the bridegroom's mother were the lemon yellow brocade frocks worn by the bride's attendants. The dresses, in floor-length, featured high necklines and Camelot sleeves and were trimmed with moss green velvet ribbon. Hair ribbons in the same shade of green completed their ensembles. Each carried a bouquet of yellow pompons with green ribbon showers. The weddino reception for 250 guests was held at the Elk's Club from two until four o'clock. The former Miss Schon, a 1965 Kuemper High School graduate, plans to continue her position at the offices of Dr. H. K. Richardson and Greteman Insurance in Carroll. Mr. Eich graduated from Kuemper in 1962 and is employed by Interstate Electric Supply, also in Carroll. Upon return from a week's trip to southern states the bride and groom will live at 214 North Adams Street, Carroll. Debris Riesberg, Boyd Bertram Wed —Paige & Paige Photo Wed at Breda . . . Barbara Linde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Linde of Wall Lake, and Reynold Weinbrandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Weinbrandt of Carroll, were married Oct. 24 in Wheatland P r e s b yt e r i- an Church, Breda. They are making their home in Fort Dodge. NEW STORE HOURS To Help You Choose Lovely Furniture Sundays Open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays 9 to 9 p.m. Thursdays 9 to 5 p.m. Fridays 9 to 9 p.m. Saturdays 9 to 5 p.m. Closed Mondays At the junction of 71-30 West Edge of Carroll Wil Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. John Bohling of Carroll announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Ruth Ellen, to Patrick R. Lubischer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lubischer of Lindsay, Neb. A Dec. 19 wedding is planned in Omaha. Miss Bohling, a graduate of the College of St. Mary, Omaha, teaches in the Omaha Public School System. Her fiance received his bachelor's and master's degree from the University of Nebraska and is associated with the Pathfinder Company of Fremont. Entertain for Carol Bruch ARCADIA — A prenuptlal shower at tlhe Art Bruch Sr. home Sunday honored Carol Bruoh, the Dec. 5 bride-elect of James Starman. Mrs. Cyril Venner and daughters Donna and Sheryl were hostesses to about 20 guests. The gift table was decorated in the wedding colors, red and white, and centered witlh a bride doll. After games were played and prizes a w a r de d, Miss Bruoh opened her gifts and lunch was served. DEDHAM — The marriage of Deloris L. Riesberg and Boyd C. Bertrand, both of Sioux City, took place in St. Joseph Catholic Church here at ten o'clock Saturday morning, Nov. 21 Their parents are Mr. and Mrs Leonard Riesberg of Dedham and Mr. and Mrs. Capel Bertrand, Sioux City. The Rev. Henry Meyer performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nup- GUILD TO MEET WILLEY - St. Mary's Guild of Willey will hold its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Monday, Nov. 23. BIKE SAFETY The Highway Patrol will present a special bike safety program for all Carroll Girl and Boy Scouts Monday, Nov. 23, at St. Lawrence (Yender) Auditorium. The program for the Girl Scouts, which will feature a film strip presentation and talk by a Highway Patrolman, is scheduled to begin at 4 p.m. The same program will be presented for the Boy Scouts at 7:30 p.m. Calendar Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday— Left Footers' Square Dance, 8:30 p.m., KC Hall Monday— Toastmistress, 5:30 p.m., Joe's Executive Club Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Doran Brogden Hospital Auxiliary, 6:30 p.m. potluck and general meeting, Lutheran Church UCT Auxiliary, Joe's Executive Club Rebekah Lodge, lOOF hall New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols H. H. Club, Mrs. George Mason­ ing F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Nagl Double Four Club, Mrs. Donald Danner Tuesday— League of Women Voters, 9 a.m. and 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. W. L. Reitz P.E.O., Mrs. Max H. Reed STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center Honrettes Club, Mrs. George Volk Happy 8 Club, Mrs. Orville Ludwig Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Schneider Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. John Porter Entre-Nous Club, Mrs. L. P. Jung Golden Circle bridge B.F.F. Club, Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. Earl Connors Wednesday— H. G. Club, Mrs. F. A. Stark Golden Circle euchre Lake City School News Vol. 15 Lake City Chapter FFA initiated eight Greenhands at their meeting Tuesday night in the Vo-Ag building. President, Dave Engstrom, was in charge of the meeting. The initiates are Rick Sievers, Grant Mapel, Nick Johnson, Clark Johnson, Rick Holm. Gary DeLong, Ron McCaulley, and Mark Hinners. After the meeting, they played volleyball in the gym, and then had refreshments. Lake City Y-Teens entertained their mothers at the annual World Fellowship banquet in the high school lunchroom Monday night. Janet Conrad, Y-Teen president, welcomed the guests, and introduced the special guests who were Miss Barbara Morehouse, Y-Teen advisor, Mr. and Mrs. James Yunek, Joel Yunek, and Faez Shabrouhk, and two honorary members, Mrs. Emma Johnson and Miss Fanny Howell. After the meal, Debbie Prill led worship, and there was music by the 8th grade servers, Toni McCrary talked of her summer trip to Germany and showed colored slides. The servers, who V T 1 V T V • "T T T • T T • • ^ RED CARPET LOUNGE Thanksgiving EVE Special (Wednesday, Nov. 25) ATTENTION MOTHERS Compiled by Correspondent were in costume, were Cindy Schleisman, Germany; Cindy Becke, India; Jan Turner, Jerusalem; Debbie Carlson, China; Jean Van Ahn, Greece; Jane Goins, Arabia; Jody Meinen, England; Carla Patten, Syria; Brenda Bruggeman,, Holland; and Barbara Rockdaschel, France. Alpha Delta Kappa, teachers' sorority, met Tuesday night at Lincoln school. Mrs. C. H. Waterbury presided. Miss Mary Perry spoke on her attendance at the N.E.A. convention in San Francisco last summer, and showed colored slides. Mrs. Emma Johnson served. Representing Lake City at the speaking contest at Fort Dodge the last of this week are Ann Awtry and Randy Larson in interpretive reading; and Craig Her and Kerry Jenkins in public speaking. Members of the board of education and Supt. Wendell Johnson were in Des Moines Thursday of this week attending the state school board convention. They are Dr. Paul Ferguson, Dr. W. H. Loeck, Richard Hansen, Garold DeLong, and the president, Clifford Von Ahn. No. 12 Relax on Thanksgiving day. Have your family take you out Thanksgiving Eve to the Red Carpet Lounge for a special Tur^ , key Dinner. RESERVATIONS ONLY Ph. 792-9134 Enjoy organ favorites with PAULINE RICHADSON at the organ. We will be CLOSED THANKSGIVING DAY to give our employees a chance to be with their families. TURKEY DINNER Turkoy, Dressing. Cranberries, Mushed Potatoes, Giblet Gravy, Salad, Hot Biscuit, and coffee. Also a FREE glass of Wine for all adults. $025 Children $150 Adults A Under 12 • RED CARPET LOUNGE "Where Quality Comes First" These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. spacious Westgate parking lot, opposite Park in the new West Entrance ERNETT FAMILY CENTER Coast to Coast STORE Between 60 and 70 attended the roast beef dinner given by parents of the senior football boys at the Lake City Country Club Sunday night, Nov. 15. The guests included the entire football squad, managers and cheerleaders, coaches, athletic director, Supt. Johnson and Principal Allan Lyons, and their wives. Jim Yunek was master of ceremonies. Coach David Clayberg, assistant coaches, Jim Knauss, LeRoy Wunderly, Andy McGaffin; also Supt. Wendell Johnson, and L. E. Swanson each spoke briefly. Calhoun County School cooks Association met Nov. 11 in the lunchroom at Lohrville. Mrs. Erma Ludwig of Rockwell City presided. The program, on Indians, was presented by Lohrville grade children. Afterwards they discussed menus, especially salad recipes. Representatives were present from Lohrville, Rockwell City, Manson, and Lake City — about 20 in all. Attending from Lake City were Mrs. Eano Janssen, Mrs. Earl Schleisman, Mrs. T. W. Clarkin, Mrs. Wilbur Pankey, Mrs. Dennis Gray, and Mrs. Melvin Richardson. The next meeting is January 13 at Rockwell City. Science Club met Monday night and viewed a film on the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Plans, for future meetings were discussed. Steve Pierce is their president. Members of the prom-steering committee have been announced as follows: Scott Williams, Doug Hucka, Connie Betts, Doug Johnson, Jim Gemberling, Paul Dowling, Janet Conrad, Kathy Hart, Cathie Betts, Kris Karstens, Jana Bradley, Joel Yunek. The prom is scheduled for May 15. The speech department is planning the presentation of the children's play "Jack and the Beanstalk" to be given at a matinee for grade school children January 16. The cast is soon to be chosen. School will close for Thanksgiving vacation Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 2:30 p.m. and reopen Monday, Nov. 30. tial mass. On the altar were yellow and green carnations and white chrysanthemums. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, appeared in a gown of white satin trimmed in brocade lace, fashioned with a detachable train. Sleeves were finished with French cuffs. Her white nylon veil drifted from a headpiece of white satin roses She carried yellow roses combined with green and white carnations as her bridal bouquet. Maid of honor was Karen Riesberg. Elizabeth Bertrand and Mary Riesberg were bridesmaid; Shelly Van Maahen was flower girl. They wore chiffon and velvet A-line dresses in the bride's chosen colors, antique gold and avocado green. Bodices were styled with high necklines and puffed sleeves and were trimmed at the empire lines by velvet rope. Their headpieces were formed of velvet leaves and loops with gold trim and held short bouffant veils. Each carried a long- stemmed yellow rose. Attending the bridegroom were Gilbert Nelson as best man; Randy Veldnuizen and Wayne Riesberg, groomsman. Ring bearer was Gene Riesberg. Guests were ushered by Robert Schroer and Robert Riesberg. The church choir sang, accompanied by the organist, Sr. Eloise. One hundred guests were entertained at a noon wedding dinner, served at the Pin Oaks, Carroll. The reception for 200 also was held there, from 2 until 4:30. Mr. and Mrs. Bertrand will take a week's trip to southern states and after Dec. 1 will reside at 1227 24th Street, Sioux City. The bride graudated in 1965 from Kuemper High School and is employed by St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Sioux City. Mr. Bertrand, a Sioux City Central High School graduate, is employed by Harris Janitor Supply Company. —Paige & Paige Photo Speak Vows . . . R o s a 1 y n Kemper and La Verne Sporrer spoke their wedding vows Nov. 7 in Sacred Heart Church at Templeton and after a week's trip to southern staies are residing near Templeton. The bride is a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. William Kemper; the bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. John J. Sporrer, Dedham. New Officers of Societies Take Over TEMPLETON — New officers of Sacred Heart Confraternity and Guild Society of Templeton assumed their duties at the meeting there Tuesday evening. The slate includes Mrs. Leo Wiskus, president; Mrs. Donald Fuohs, vice presiirient; Mrs. Leslie David, secretary; and Mrs. Ervin Kuhl, treasurer. Plans were made for a Chrst- mas party to be held Dec. 15. The 7 p.m. potluck diner will be preceded by a social hour. A question box and evening mass were discussed for future meetings. Lunch was served and bingo played. Heading the lunch committee were Mrs. Frank Kasperbauer, chairman, and Mrs. Walter Schmitz, co-chairman. FEATHER PARTY — HOLY FAMILY PARISH - Lidderdale. Sunday, Nov. 22—8 p.m. Adv. Jean Brodie' Last Lauded for Talent Jean Brodie came to town I her success should also go to Friday night and left the au- 1 the makeup and costume crews, dience at the Carroll Community High School auditorium immensely impressed with the entire cast's depth of understanding and solid acting ability. Although "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie" got off to a slow start, the audience was soon caught up in the action and transported from Carroll, Iowa, to a girls' school in Edinburgh, Scotland during the 1930s. Gail Thorup, as Jean, was a powerful leading lady, and her talent and deep understanding of the complicated character, carried the play. That is not to say there wasn't a fine supporting cast as well. The school girls and "Brodie's girls!' were delightful. Kathy Hambleton as Mary MacGregor, the shy little girl and Miss Brodie's heroine, deserves a star on her dressing room door. Derrith Thomas gave a very adult interpretation of Sandy. Her jealousy, and bid for attention from Miss Brodie came as no surprise to the audience. Her accomplishments later in life were no surprise either; she was exactly as Miss Brodie predicted, a woman with insight. Jim DeBower, as Teddy Lloyd, the art teacher and admirer of Miss Brodie, had his character down pat; his every movement was Teddy Lloyd. Another player who achieved difficult characterization was Dianna Wederath as Miss MacKay, the straight and narrow headmistress. Much credit for BIERL'S PARKWAY FURNITURE I CARPET and DRAPES In the New Parkway Plaza at the East Edge of Carroll on Hi-way 30 OPEN SUNDAY 1 p .m. to 5 p .m. Open Wed. and Friday Till 9 p.m. The costuming, especially Jean's clothes, was very good. The biggest problem that faced the play, aside from a few lighting miscues and occasional difficulty in hearing the players, was conveying the changing years, from 1931 to 1938. The dialog was at times the only indication of what year we were in. A few more costume changes for Jean and the other principals may have remedied this, but was probably technically impossible. The staging was innovative, and made it possible for the action of the play to advance without timely delays between scenes. The entire technical staff and their special contributors deserve praise for a job professionally done. With seven of the players double-cast, Saturday's 8 p.m. production at Carroll High may very well be an entirely different play, but with the same exacting direction given Friday's cast by James Knott, and Caroline Tan Creti, student director, it should be well worth the effort to attend. Tickets will be available at the school box office. —S.H. your glad tidings Make Merry Christmas mas merrier % ietdny us imprint your namequicfiCy\ andexpertfy on the cards of your choice. STONE'S Printers Stationery K. of C. Building - Carroll Clubs Met For Bridge and Pinochle The FRIDAY Contract Club met for a bridge-luncheon at Mrs. Carroll Lane's home, with Mrs. H. R. Smith as an additional guest in the group of eight. The table featureda Thanksgiving centerpiece. Score prizes were presented to Mrs. James W. W i 1 s o n, high, and j Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, second; and a gift to Mrs. Smith. Mrs. I R. W. Humphrey will be the | next hostess, Dec. 4. Five tables of pinochle were in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly card party, held Friday afternoon at the clubrooms. Prize winners included Mrs. Oscar Heider, high; Mrs. Margaret Ferneding, second; Mrs. Louise Fasbender, traveling; and Elva Eike, tally. Lunch hostesses were Mrs. Nancy Hackett and Mrs. Ray Staffers. Mrs. Jolin Bennett was hostess at her home Thursday evening to VARIETY Club members and one other guest, Mrs. Robert Lux. At bridge, Mrs. James Henrichs won high score prize. Second high went to a new member, Mrs. Jerry Rolfes; Mrs. Lux received low prize and also a guest gift. The club will have its Christmas party Dec. 14 at Mrs. Gerald Tigges' home. Meeting for bridge Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Donald Nelson's home were C.C.C. CLUB members and two other guests, Mrs. Robert Nieland and Mrs. Richard Nelson. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Louis Starman, high, and Mrs. William McCarville, second; the hostess kept low. The next party will be Dec. 17, with Mrs. Donald Nieland as hostess. Clay, Paper Show at Ames AMES — The second annual Iowa Clay and Paper Show will be held at the Octagon Art Center in Ames from Jan. 10 until Feb. 11. Artists above high school age living within a 300-mile radius of Ames are eligible to enter up to three items in the categories of ceramics, prints, photograph, drawings and watercolor. Awards will be given in all categories. Entry blanks and further information may be obtained by writing to "Clay and Paper", The Octagon, 232% Main Street, Ames. Deadline for entires is Dec. 31. 10 Timet Herald, Carroll, fa Saturday, Nov. 21, 1970 MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Barry Sullivan "THIS SAVAGE LAND" A family of Yankees moves into Confederate country and tries to settle. Interpersonal relations are less than idyllic. at 10:30 tonight following Craig Crummer, John Newell and Gary Vincent SUNDAY MOVIE n Debbie Reynolds MARY, MARY The divorce is in the process when she comes back to straighten out their taxes and he takes a second look —and decides . . . at 10:30 tonight following Craig Crummer and Jim Van Dyke TV L (RNT • DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll OF CARROLL V *f> on the Mall in downtown Carroll $200.00 in prizes given away every day from now until Nov. 29th. You must register every day to be eligible to win, so it will pay you to visit Ellerbroek's every day from now until Sunday, Nov. 29th and you might be a winner every day. Friday Door Prize Winners: Mrs. John J. Ragaller, Carroll—$20.00 Shoe Prize Mrs. Maurice Naberhaus, Carroll—$15.00 Sportswear Prize Mrs. Eldred Lietz, Breda—$5.00 Accessory Prize Cora Cornelius, Glidden—$20.00 Jr. Dress Prize Mrs. Louis L. Nagl, Carroll—$30.00 Dress Prize Mrs. Francis Lawler, Westside—$50.00 Coat Prize Richard Dueland, Denison—$10.00 Lingerie Prize Mrs. Albert Neppl, Halbur—$15.00 Uniform Prize Ruth Wegman, Carroll—$15.00 Maternity Prize Mrs. Norman B. Klaus, Breda—$20.00 Children's Wear Prize OPEN SUNDAY 1 to 5 p.m. Remember Ellerbroek's will be open Sunday from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. and you will be eligible to register for another $200.00 in prizes. Remember Ellerbroek's will have live models in the store and in the Mall tomorrow, Sunday, so that you will be able to see all the new looks in living fashion, from .1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Remember Ellerbroek's will serve coffee and goodies from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. this Sunday, so be in the Mall on Sunday and have a "HAPPY DAY". Remember all registration tickets are destroyed each day and you must coma in and register each and every day if you want to be eligible to be one of the ten winners every day af the Grand Opening. If you win one day, there's no rule against winning again on another day. A total of $2,000.00 in prises will be given away during Ellerbroek's Grand Opening Celebration. Drawings are held before the store closes each day, and that day's registration tickets are then destroyed and a new registration and drawing starts the next day. Come to Ellerbroek's every day (From now until Nov. 29th. "ALWAYS THE TALK OF THE FASHION won

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