Miss Enge Bride of GaryGoetzinger Kathleen Engel. daughter of day morning. Oct. 28. The dou- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Engcl ble ring ceremony look place of Carnarvon, and Gary Goel- zingcr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gootzingcr of Carroll, ex- at 10:30 in St. Joseph Cafholic Church at Wall Lake, with the Rev. James Shanahan official- changed nuptial vows on Satur- ing. Gaylc Engcl. sister Churchwomen Entertain at Eventide Home The Lutheran Women's Guild of St. Paul Church, Carroll, entertained about 80 residents of the Eventide Home at Denison Friday afternoon in observance of the birthdays of 14 residents. Among the seven men and seven women who were special guests was Mrs. John Bruggeman of Carroll, whose 83rd birthday was Oct. 11. During a short program, Mrs. Albert J a n s s e n read a Thanksgiving acrostic, and a birthday song was sung. Refreshments were served, The birthday table was centered with a decorated cake made by Mrs. Bruce Pomeroy. Also on the table were red bird-shaped candles surrounded at the bases with white and yellow chrysanthemums. Carroll w omen assisting at the party besides Mrs. Janssen were Mrs. Arnold Witt, Mrs. A. C. R e i n o w s k i, Mrs. Ida Shaw, Mrs. Ralph Peters, Mrs. Victor Jons, Mrs. George Fry, Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann, Mrs. Dennis Schirck, Mrs. Kenneth Suhr, Mrs. Roy Heulon, Mrs. Frank Koepke and Mrs. Alma Platl. Furnishing cakes in addition to Mrs. Pomeroy were Mrs. H o 1 g e r Andreasen, Mrs. Ida Grundmeier, Mrs. Arno Sundermann, Mrs. Ward Kowalke, Mrs. Charles Smith, Mrs. Maurice Dion, Mrs. Donald Petersen, Mrs. Schirck, Mrs. Heuton and Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann. Tlm«» Htrald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct. 28, 1967 • Chamizal (Continued From Page 1) ing the new boundary between the two countries as a result of the Chamizal Treaty, which returns to Mexico 437 acres which the meandering Rio Grande took away in 1852. Then there will be a 4.5-mile motorcade through Juarez to a marble monument erected by Mexico to mark the negotiation of the Chamizal Treaty. Then the two Preisdents, sitting at identical desks, will sign the final papers of the treaty and each will make a brief speech. After the treaty-signing, the Presidents will motor a brief distance to the Bridge of Ameri cas, a new border crossing that could not be opened until the boundary change was completed. The Presidents' wives will cut a ribbon opening the bridge. The Presidents, their wives and their official parties, will say their goodbyes on the bridge. of the bride, w a s maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen OTool and Diane Thelen; and the flower girl was another sister, Elaine Engcl. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Attending the bridegroom as best man was his brother, Lanny Goet/.inger. Brothers of the couple, Dennis Goetzinger and Gary Engel, were groomsmen and the bride's brother, Kevin Engel, was ring bearer. Ushers were Jim R e i c k s, Randy Neumayer, Jim Hyland and Ray Lenz. Gilbert Ilenze was vocal soloist and Mrs. Norberl Snyder, organist. For her late-October wedding the bride chose a floor-length gown of while slipper satin and popcorn Cluny lace. The A-line skirt of satin was topped with an empire lace bodice styled with short sleeves and a portrait neckline. A pillbox headpiece of satin and lace held nor train-length veil. Her b r i d a ' bouquet featured a large white orchid arranged with miniature white carnations. Tlie floor-length dresses worn by the bride's attendants were royal blue. Lace bodices had scoop necklines and short sleeves, and the skirts of crepe were in A-linc styling. Tulle hats matched the color of their dresses. In keeping with the bride's chosen colors of royal blue and gold, each attendant carried a yellow-gold long- stemmed rose. Dinner was served to 140 guests at noon in the American Legion Hall at Breda, where a reception for 300 was held from two until five o'clock. Mrs. Goetzinger, a graduate of St. Bernard High School, Breda, attended the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls. The bridegroom, a Kuemper High School g r a d u- Ba ukoff-Wiskus Nuptia sat Dedham DEDHAM — Gay L y n n e! and Mrs. Joe B. Wiskus of Ded- Balukoff, daughter of Mrs. John Balukoff of Manning, became the bride of Robert L. Wiskus in St. Joseph Church here Saturday morning, Oct. 28. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. Chapel s (Continued From Page 1) ate, attends the University of Omaha. After a week's wedding trip 'to St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Goetzinger will live in Carroll. CDA MEETING The Nov. 1 meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, will feature the Past Grand Regents' annual memorial service for members of the court who have died during the past year. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens of Templcton will present a program of slides of the Holy Land and Mediterranean area. Lunch will be served at 7 p.m., under chairmanship of Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mrs. Lambert Thelen, and members are asked to take their own table service. The meeting starts at 8 p.m. Roselle Poster Winners— A total of $54 in p r i z e s was won by Holy Angels pupils of Roselle who participated i n the recent fire poster contest . for the Halbur-w. Roselle area.; Children in the first row were winners in the Inter - County Fire Protection Assn. contest. Gerrie Schreck's poster advances to the ^orrtest. Winners include: left: first row. Kevin Rupiper. Anna Mae Brincks. Gerrine Nancy Brincks, Doris Seidl. Schreck. Ronald Eischeid; sec- Engaged . . . Announcement of the engagement of Audrey Beckman, daughter of Leonard Bcckman of Lake View and the late Mrs. Beckman, to Romayne Sporrer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Sporrer of Glidden, is made by the bride-elect's father. The couple has chosen July 27 as the date for their wedding. Halloween i Party Given For Retarded About 80 were present for the Halloween party given Friday night by the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children at Tony's Restaurant. The evening was spent in games, dancing and cards, with prizes awarded. Room decorations included pictures and cutouts made by the special education classes and taped to the walls and table cloths, and corn stalks and jack-o-lanterns. Cake, ice cream and treats were served. Mrs. Joe Riesselman Jr. was chairman of the committee, which also included Mrs. Don Robertson, Mrs. Roy Heulon and Mrs. Donald Nevins. Speak Vows in Des Moines Wilma Richards and Delmar Barnes II, both of Des Moines, were married in the Highland Park Evangelical Free Church there at eight o'clock Friday evening, Oct. 27. The bride is the daughter of 0. A. Richards, Des Moines. The bridegroom, a former Jefferson resident, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Crandall of Chicago. Attending the bride were Mrs. William 0. Richards, Bonnie Hitz and Sherill Griffiths. The bride's brother, William 0. Richards, was best man; Don Hitz and Jimmy Vanderheiden Jr. of Carroll, the groomsmen. Children of Mr. and Mrs. Vanderheiden participating in the wedding included Maria a flower girl; Anthony, ring bearer; Joni and Rick, candlelight- ers; and Ten, who had charge of the bride's book. Mr. and Mrs. Crandall were hosts for a rehearsal dinner at the church in Des Moines. The bridegroom is a grandson o Mrs. E. G. Barnes and Mrs. EC Outlrim, both of Jefferson, and chapel, expressing to some a fear that he might be held personally liable for its cost if he built in contrary to the attorney general's advice. And State Comptroller Marvin Selden has said his office won't authorize pay for the construction. Sen. Joseph Flatt, R-Winterset, who sponsored the chapel bill, has drawn support from Democrats on the issue. Sen. Lee Gaudineer, D-Des ond row: Laura Sioenaner, uarol state Sondgeroth. Jerry Seidl. Brad- from ley Reiman: third row: Gregory Wittrock, Janice Willenborg, a half-brother of Mrs. Vander heiden. RETURNING HOME Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Throck morion received word Friday night from their son and daugh ter-in-law, 1st Lt. and Mrs. Ter ry Throckmorton of Bamberg Germany, that they and their daughter Melissa will be re turning to the United States in December. They plan to be in I Carroll from Dec. 20 until abou Jan. 5, after which he will take training at Fort Bragg, N.C., be| fore going to Vietnam next April. The family had just returned to Bamberg from a two- j week motor trip through Italy. Moines, who is a lawyer, wrote to Flatt that the chapel construction could be legal as a means of keeping the National Guard and Reserve mentally fit, with any benefit to religion only 'incidental." Gaudineer said that regard- ess of what opinion an attorney general may hold, a legislative act is constitulional unless a court declares otherwise. "It's a sad state of affairs," said Gannon, "if the legislative Branch (of slate government) ias to go to court to force the executive branch to carry out ts desires." Whether the Board of Control is allowed to maintain chapels or not, the law does require it to provide for religious worship. State law says any inmate in a state institution "shall be allowed, for at least one hour on each Sunday ... to receive spiritual advice, instruction and ministration from any recognized clergyman of the church or denomination which represents his religious belief." 'How are we going to do that if we can't maintain a chapel?" one board staff member asked. The query to Turner also raises questions about chapels at the University of Iowa and Iowa State University, though no regular worship service is conducted at either. Iowa maintains the small Danforth Chapel on a nondenominational basis. It is used mainly for weddings, one school spokesman said. Iowa State has a small chapel which one university official described as "a place of contemplation." It is maintained from the fees each student pays to the university. The constitution says no one shall be required to pay "tithes, taxes or other rates" to build or repair a place of worship. Otto Vetters " Are Honored WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs Otto Vetters of Westside were honored Friday evening for their 58th wedding anniversary which occurred that day. They were entertained at sup per in the home of their son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Emil Schmidt, where about 60 relatives gathered later for a ham. Bouquets of white snapdragons and toned-blue chrysanthemums graced the altar for the nuptials, in keeping with the bride's chosen colors of blue and white. The Rev. Henry Meyer performed the double ring service and celebrated the nuptial mass, for which the church choir sang. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Jan J. Balukoff. She appeared in a gown of peau de soie trimmed with re-embroidered lace medallions and featuring a semi- Watteau train. The bodice, styled with high empire waistline, had a scooped neckline and long, tapered sleeves. Her bouffant veil of silk illusion swept from a tiara designed as a cluster of flowers and petals. She carried an arm bouquet of Yuletide roses tied with white atin. A loose red rose in the jouquet was p 1 a c e d on the Blessed Virgin's altar after mass. Attending the bride were feanne Schreck of Dedham as maid of honor and Karen Fehring, Carroll. Their cage daisy- A-line surprise party. Lunch brought by the group. was dresses of sky blue patterened lace had swish skirts. Completing their costumes were hats of blue daisies, finished with veils. They carried toned-blue carna- ions and ivy foliage in fall wicker baskets. The b r i d e's niece, Lisa Balukoff, was flow- >r girl and carried white chrysanthemums and red roses in her white basket. Her long, mpire-styled dress of dotted Swiss over baby blue taffeta nad a blue satin cummerbund with floor-length sash in back. The bridegroom's attendants were Kenneth Wiskus of Ded- tiam, best man, and LaVern Meiners, also of Dedham. Guests were seated by the bride's uncle, Louis Balukoff, and the bridegroom's brother, Arnold Wiskus. Immediately following the ceremony 80 guests were entertained at a brunch at the Pin Oaks, Carroll. A reception also was held there for 300 guests from two until four o'clock. Mrs. Wiskus, a Carroll High School graduate, is employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. After a week's wedding trip the couple will reside at Dedham, where the bridegroom is employed by the Dedham Oil Company. Club Has Its Weekly Party Mrs. Vincent Ricke and Mrs. Lucille Schriner were hostesses at the Golden Circle Club's card party Friday afternoon. Prizes in pinochle were awarded to Mrs. Margaret Ferneding. high; Mrs. Louise Fasbender, seocnd; Mrs. Lester Schleisman, traveling; and Mrs. Louise Greteman, tally. VISITING IN ARIZONA (Times Herald News Service) TEMPLETON — Mrs. Felix Greteman is visiting in Scottsdale, Ariz., with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Davis and son. Rehabilitation, Child Welfare Parley Nov. 1-4 A 12-state Midwestern Area Conference on Child Welfare and Rehabilitation will begin Wednesday, Nov. 1, at Hotel Savery in Des Moines. Sponsored by the American Legion and Auxiliary, about 400 Legionnaires and Auxiliary workers in Child Welfare and Rehabilitation are expected to attend, but the meetings are open to any interested persons. "Helping Those Who Gave to Preserve Freedom" will be the theme of the Rehabilitation sessions which will feature panel discussions by staff members of the three Veterans Administration Hospitals in Iowa as well as prominent American Legion and Auxiliary members. The Des Moines YMCA Bell Ringers will entertain at the annaul Rehabilitation dinner in the hotel's Terrace Room Wednesday evening. Rehabilitation sessions will conclude Thursday afternoon. The Rev. Paul J. Schwaab of PoncaJ Neb., will keynote the opening of 'the Child Welfare Conference at 8 p.m. Thursday following a no-host dinner. National Commander of the American Legion, William E. Galbraith, Beemer, Neb., will address the Child Welfare banquet Friday night. The conference will continue through Saturday noon with state and national speakers. All sessions will be held at Hotel Savery. Registration will start Oct. 31 at 3 p.m. The Midwestern Area includes Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin. Phyl is Thelen and Larry Broich Wed St. Mary's Catholic Church in Willey provided the setting for the wedding of Phyllis Thelen and Larry Broich on Saturday morning, Oct. 28. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thelen and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Broich, all of Glidden. The Rev. Francis Nemmers officiated at the double ring ceremony, with Sr. Carmelia, organist, and the church choir providing the nuptial music. Matching bouquets of white chrysanthemums bowed with Scroll (Continued From Page 1) Everett Gibsons to Move to Eagle Grove Mr. and Mrs. Everett Gibson and sons, Roger and Gerald, will move Nov. 1 to Eagle Grove, where they have purchased a home at 118 N. Washington Ave. Mr. Gibson, who has been the signal maintainer for the North Western Railroad in Carroll for the last four and one-half years, has been working in that position at Eagle Grove since Sept. 11. The family formerly lived at 708 N. Main St. For the last two weeks Mrs. Gibson and sons have been living at the Elms Motel Apts. and will now join Mr. Gibson. those relating to burial practice. In the temple scroll, he said, these rules are "not only different from the official views of pharasaic Judaism at the time but also different from those rules of purity of burial practice in an earlier Dead Sea scroll: the Damascus document." He said the Christian influence would help shed light on three matters raised by earlier Dead Sea scrolls—the concept of the future temple, the practice of astronomy, and the scroll mentioning a "messiah of Mel- chizedek." Early Qumranic literature, he said, states that the existing temple in Jerusalem would fold up and a new temple built not by man would descend from heaven. "The newly deciphered scroll from Qumran supports that school of thought—of Jesus—of a man-built temple." The temple scroll received its name because it deals with the building of the new temple. Steckoll said it had been difficult to explain where the Qum- ranians acquired the custom of reading the stars and horoscopes. The stars were studied by Jewish astronomers in Babylon, he said, and "now that we can see that some of the lowers of Personals Mrs. Leo Snyder of St. Paul, Minn., who has been visiting this week at Vail with her mother, Mrs. Mary Janning, and her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Heue and family, also has visited in Carroll at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank W a r e h a m. She plans to leave Monday for Denver, Colo., to spend the winter months. Feather Party, Lidderdale Holy Family Parish Hall. Sunday, Oct. 29, 8:00 p.m. Adm. $1.00. Adv. The wandering albatross, a southern ocean bird, has the largest wing span of any bird, often as wide as 11 feet. Jesus joined the sectarians at Qumran, an explanation is to be found in a comparison with the Magi, 'the wise men who came from the East'—-now known to have been astronomers who reached Bethlehem from Nippur in Babylon." As for the "messiah of Melchizedek," he said early scrolls referred to a messiah of Israel and a priestly messiah of Aaron, but one scroll recently published in Holland also men- satin decorated the altar and displayed the bride's chosen colors of orange and white. After mass she placed a bouquet of white chrysanthemums tied with blue on the Blessed Virgin's altar. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her maid of honor was Diane Broich, sister of the bridegroom. Linda Wenck was bridesmaid and the bride's nieces, Peggy Wolterman and Terrie Oswald, were junior bridesmaids. Attending the bridegroom were Merle Lenz as best man and Dean Feld, groomsman. Ted Hacker and Alan Hoffman were ushers. The bride's white gown of organza and Korde lace was floor- length, styled with a Sabrina neckline and long, tapered sleeves. The lace bodice, in empire styling, was outlined with a band matching the sheath skirt. Organza edged her coat train of lace. She carried a cascade of white chrysanthemums encircled with crisp net and foliages. Miss Broich and the other attendants wore frocks of orange ice chiffon over matching taffeta, designed with empire bodices, elbow sleeves and full chiffon panels topping A-line skirts. Bouffant headpieces of maline were caught with lace and satin combs. Their bouquets of white chrysanthemums featured touches of bittersweet emenating from the centers. Following a noon wedding dinner for 99 guests at the Elks Club in Carroll, 300 relatives and friends were entertained at a reception there from two until four o'clock. Both Mr. and Mrs. Broich attended the University of Northern Iowa at Cedar Falls for one year. The bride is a graduate of Glidden-Ralston High School and is employed at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. Broich graduated from Kuemper High School and is engaged in farming. The couple will live at Lidderdale. tions a priestly Melchizedek. messiah of IN VIETNAM LONG BINH, VIETNAM — Army Pfc. Gary R. Siepker, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siepker, Carroll, was assigned to the 199th Light Infantry Brigade near Long Binh Oct. 10. Pvt. Siepker, a rifleman In Company- C, 2nd Battalion of the brigade's 3rd Infantry, entered the Army in May 1967 and was last stationed at Ft. Polk, La. He attended Kuemper High School, Carroll. Social Calendar Saturday- Golden Circle Halloween party, 7:30 p.m. 7 p.m., hospital SOON! This Will Be The BUSIEST SPOT IN TOWN WATCH US! (See Tuesday's Paper) EDDIE QUINN'S Monday— STOP Club, staff room League of Women Voters, 8 p.m., Mrs. Virgil Baumhover Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Gene Cross B.F.F. Club, Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton J.L.C. Club, Mrs. George J. Busche Delta Dek Club, Mrs. George Marget Tuesday- League of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Fred Witt Entre Nous Club, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk Wednesday— W.S.C.S. general m e e t i n g, 2 p.m., Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, 8 p.m., KG Hall Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant O.N.O. Club, Mrs. Ted Krogh Kardettes Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Thursday- Lutheran Women's Guild, 8 p.m. Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Clio Club, Burke Motor Inn Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld Jaycee-ettes, Jaycee clubfooms Spela Kort Club, Mrs. LaRoy Comes Fire Poster Winners ... The top three winners in grades 3 through 6 in the recent fire poster contest are shown at the fire hall here Friday. The youngsters, fr.om left, are David Bruner, St. Lawrence, first in 3rd grade; Becky Daeges, St. Lawrence, third in 6th; Denise Norried, Carroll Public, second in 3rd; Sue Millender, Carroll, second in 4th; Kathy Wells, St. Lawrence, —Staff Photo third in 5th; David Dennis, St. Lawrence third in 3rd; Robert Steenson, St. Lawrence, first in 4th; Jeffrey Bell, Holy Spirit, third in 4th; Vincent O'Connor, St. Lawrence second in 6th; Steve Garbier, St. Lawrence, first in 6th; Randy Dvorak, Carroll, second in 5th; and Daniel Schulz, St. Lawrence, fi»—* in 5th eraria HALLOWEEN CARDS For Tuesday, October 31 STONE'S K. C. Bldg., Carroll N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Pat Mungon Ipsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Guy Jones Young Adults Club Halloween party, 9 p.m., St. Joseph hall Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. G. W. Mueller, Country Club 1W-3W Club, Mrs. Donald Schechinger Golden Circle Club, euchre, 7:30 p.m. H. H. Club, Mrs. William Sondgeroth Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lambert W. B.'s Club, Mrs. Darwin Bunger G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Louis W. Drees Friday— Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. NOW SHOWING . .. THRU TUESDAYl A Superb bit of Fun that really fractures the Funny- Bone! Fast, Funny and Clean Something for every age Cont. Nightly from 7 P. M. . . . Sunday from 1:15 P. M. Saturday Matinee 2 P.M.
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