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Carol Meehan and 4 Ray Lenz are Wed Times Herald, Carroll," l». Saturday, Nov. 4, 1967 Carol Meehan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Median of Vail, and Ray Lenz. whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lena of Carroll, were married at ten o'clock Saturday morning. Nov. Entertain for Jo Ann Ohde Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg and her daughter, Mrs. Daniel Cooper of Gulfport, Miss., entertained at a kitchen shower in the Anneberg home Friday afternoon in honor of JoAnn Ohde. whose marriage to Donald Bilunas will take place Saturday night at the Presbyterian Church. Out-of-town guests were Mrs. Anthony Bilunas of Sioux City, m o t h'e r of the prospective bridegroom, and Mrs. Leonard Amunson of York. Neb. A game was played, with Pat Everett receiving the prize. Table decorations were in the bridal colors of gold and white. Mrs. Bilunas poured coffee and the bride-elect's mother, Mrs. Mclvin Ohde, cut the cake when refreshments were served. Klauses Feted for Anniversary WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Klaus of Breda, who are convalescent patients at Twilight Acres Nursing Home in Wall Lake, were honored Friday for their 53rd wedding anniversary, which is Nov. 4. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Richter of. Milford came to Wall Lake to entertain for her uncle and aunt. Mrs. Richter played piano and organ selections, many of which were requested by the residents of the home. Refreshments were served. A special guest was t h e Rev. James Shanahan, pastor of St. Joseph Church, Wall Lake. 4. Vows were exchanged in St. Ann's Church at Vail, with the Very Rev. Leo Lcnz, V.F., of Carroll officiating. The bride was given in mar- raigc by her father. Her attendants were Pat Meehan as maid of honor: Mary Meehan and Sharon Gallagher, bridesmaids; and Mary Pat Kenney, junior bridesmaid. Merle Lenz was best man; Dean Lenz and Maurice Lenz, groomsmen. Ushers were Roger Meehan and Gary Goetzinger. CccHia Eltgroth was organist and Kob : ert Dieter, soloist, singing the nuptial high mass. The bride appeared in a long gown of white peau fashioned with a high scalloped lace neck- — line, empire waist and an A- ] line skirt, falling into a scalloped lace hemline. A detachable train featured a lace panel! and scalloped border. Holding ler triple veil of illusion was a double crown of aurora borealis crystals. She carried a bouquet of cascading red roses with a central detachable corsage. Patricia Boeckman Wed at Wa Lake The wedding of Patricia Boeckman and Louis Havermann took place at 10:30 Saturday morning, Nov. 4, in St. Joseph Catholic Church at Wall Lake. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Helena Boeckman of Wall Lake and the late Tony Boeckman, and was given in marriage Oppcrman to STONE'S SOCIAL PRINTING Our invitations and announcements are always socially correct, perfectly produced National Meeting George W. Opperman, Manning, president of the Brown j Swiss Cattle Breeders' Assn. of Identical dresses of a/.ure j Amcr j cat w j|| preside at the as- blue crystal satin were worn | S(K .j a( j on ' s |)7th annual meeting by the bride's attendants. The; Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Shera- sleevelcss empire bodices _had j lon MoU)r Inil) Beloit) wis Activities will begin at 9:30 a.m. with a panel discussion on aatcau necklines with rolled collars; and the semi-sheath 1 skirts were floor-length. Shoulder panniers were of matching blue lace. In keeping with the bride's colors of azure and royal blue, their headpieces wore short pouf veils of royal blue tule. Their colonial bouquets of miniature white carnations were centered with pink carnations and finished with satin ribbon showers. Decorating the altar were white gladioli, tied with blue ribbon. The Derby Restaurant in Carroll was the setting for a dinner, served at noon to 110 guests, and a reception for 250, held from 2 until 4:30. Mrs. Lenz, a 1964 Kuemper High School graduate, plans to continue her employment at the law firm of Wunschel and Schechtman in Carroll. Her husband graduated from Kuemper in 1963 and also from Commercial Extension business school in Omaha. He is employed by Ml. Carmel Mutual Insurance Company at Breda. The bride and groom are taking a week's trip to western states. After Nov. 15 their address will be Route 2, Carroll. "What Will Be the Price of Milk," moderated by William D. Knox, editor of Hoard's Dairyman. Two from Iowa will be on the four-man panel, including Bernard Morrson of Gowrie, a mmber of the board of directors, and Dr. J. R. Strain of Iowa State University. According to Marvin L. Kruse, executive at the headquarters at Boloit, the association had a successful year. Registrations showed an increase of over 9.5 percent, and the average production of mature Brawn S^viss cows on DHIR lest readied a new all time high last year of 13,187 pounds milk and 542 pounds of fait, using 305 days-2x records. National officers and three directors will be elected at the meeting. BARSBY APPOINTED^ MANNING - Earl Barsby, a retired farmer, has been appointed Justice of the Peace for Manning by the Carroll County Board of Supervisors. M a n- ning's other Justice of the Peace, Peter Kuhl, is in Albuquerque, N. M., recuperating from a recent illness. Persona Mrs. C. A. McNaughten arrived home late Friday from St. Louis, Mo., where she had visited for three weeks with Mr. and Mrs. David Bernard and son. The Bernards brought her grandmother home and now are visiting Mrs. B e r n a r d's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bcrle Miller and family at Templeton during a week's vacation. Mr. McNaughton accompanied his wife to St. Louis and returned home after visiting there for several days. Please encircle November 9 on your calendar. Sharp Florist's fall and Christmas demonstration, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Carroll High School Auditorium. Plan now to attend. Adv. Sally Stroh, Nancy Marx of Skokie, 111., and RoseHa Mohler of Litchfield, Minn., all students at Morningside College, Sioux City, came Friday night for a weekend visit in the home of Miss Stroh's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen N. Stroh. Miss Marx and Miss Stroh are roommates at college. don t i save enough money do , you You try to save. But something always comfrs up. The dentist, maybe. Or car repairs. Or the kids need clothes. It seems there's always month left at the end of the money instead of the other way around. Well, you're not alone. It's the same way •with millions of Americans. But you know, they've found * way to save successfully. They've signed up for U.S. Savings Bonds—through the Payroll Savings Plan where they work or the Bond-a- Ikionth Plan where they bank. They put a regular amount every payday toward Savings Bonds. The plan works—because it's automatic. The saving its done JOT you. And you don't feel the pinch because you don't see the money. Sounds funny, but it's true. We call it "Don't-Take-Home-Pay," and it's the greatest invention since take-home pay. When you invest in Savings Bonds you add to your security today, and add to your opportunities for tomorrow. Savings Bonds can provide the down payment oo a new home. A college education for the children. A comfortable, enjoyable retirement. And your savings earn a good return while the)' pile up. There's also another reason to buy Savings Bonds. You put your savings to work for America, in the cause ot freedom. You help your country at the same time you help yourself. That can make you feel mighty good. Another thing: when you join the Payroll Savings Plan or the Bond-a-Month Plan, you are also eligible to purchase the new type U.S. Savings Notes—Freedom Shares. Freedom Shares pay -i.l^'o when held to maturity of just 4i/> years (redeemable after one year), are available on a one- for-one basis with Savings Bonds. Why not get started today? Talk to the Payroll Department where you work, or to any officer where you bank. You'll breathe easier because you're saving money. And you'll walk taller because you're helping your country. US. Savings Bonds, new Freedom Shares Knit a Christmas Gift from the new Beautiful Baby Book just received at the Knit Shop. Adv. Guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg are their son-in-law and daughter, Lt. and Mrs. Daniel Cooper, formerly of GulFport, Miss., who are enroute to his next Air Force assignment in West Berlin, Germany. They came Thursday night and will be here until Monday morning. Leaving the United States on Nov. 14, they expect to be in Germany for tree years. Spencer Anneberg and Merrilee Gay of Denver, Colo., students at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, came Friday night for a visit with his parents and to attend the wedding of JoAnn Ohde and Donald Bilunas Saturday night. Coming Saturday, especially for the wedding, are David Anneberg and Connie Stump of Tama, students at Iowa State University. Lee Anneberg, also a student at ISU, will spend Sunday with his parents and family. Mrs. Walter Wieckhorst, medical secretary at St. Anthony Hospital, was in Omaha Thursday to attend the Medical Secretaries' Institute, a program of the Department of Continuing Education of the University of Nebraska College of Medicine. by her godfather, Cecil Boeckman of Early. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Havermann of Carroll. The Rev. James Shanahan officiated at the double ring service. Mrs. Norbert Snyder was organist; Gilbert Renze, vocal soloist. A long-stemmed red rose decorated the altar. Guests were seated by brothers of the bride and groom, Paul Boeckman of Wall Lake and James Havermann of Carroll. Attending the bride were Connie Bruns of Wall Lake as maid of honor and Shirley McDermott of Newton. Bernard Havermann was best man; Eugene Havermann, groomsman. Both are brothers of the bridegroom and reside at Carroll. The bride was attired in a floor-length gown of peau de soie satin featuring a lace jacket with bridal tip sleeves. Three clusters of flowers added detail to the bottom of the long train. Her elbow-length veil was caught to an iridescent crown. She carried one long- stemmed red rose. For her attendants she chose floor-length frocks of bonded crepe in moss green, topped with long-sleeved jackets in olive green. The headpieces were bows with net in back. Each carried a large bronze chrysanthemum. Dinner was served to 84 guests at noon at the Lake Wood Ballroom, followed by a reception there for 300 relatives and friends from two until four o'clock. The bride is employed at the Hannasch Beauty Shop in Carroll. She graduated from Wall Lake High School in 1965 and from Iowa School of Beauty Culture in 1966. Mr. Haver- Progrom of Slides Given At FLC Club F.L.C. Club members and guests were entertained with a program of slides shown by Clyde Bayliss at a meeting in the recreation room of Mrs. Wayne Harriott's home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Bayliss is a member of the club. Shown were colored slides taken on the first part of the couple's South Pacific trip, which included Tahiti, Moorea, Bora Bora and the Fiji Islands. Following the slides Mr. Bayliss played a tape recording which he made during their trip to Europe this summer. The diary-type recording was started July 2 and described their tour day-by-day. Other guests at the meeting were Mrs. George Holland and Mrs. John Schumacher. Mrs. R. K. Cooper, president, conducted a short business meeting. Mrs. D. L. Hillyer showed pictures of club members taken several years ago on various occasions. A silent auction was held during the social hour following the program of slides. Mrs,' Harriott served dessert and coffee. Lois Loneman and Jim Beymer Wed Exchanging nuptial vows in St. Lawrence Church at twelve o'clock noon Saturday, Nov. 4, were Lois Loneman and Jim R. Beymer. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Joe Loneman of Carroll and the late Mr. Loneman. Parents of the bride- Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) The club's next meeting will be Nov. 17, with Mrs. Zelma Raygor as hostess. mann, a 1958 Kuemper High School graduate, is employed by United Parcel Service, Denison. The couple will reside at 441 South Main Street, Carroll, after a week's trip to southern states. Friday Club Is Entertained Mrs. R. W. Humphrey was hostess for the Friday Contract Club's bi-weekly party. Additional guests for the luncheon and bridge were Mrs. Robert A. Wright and Mrs. H. T. Carver. Winning prizes in contract were Mrs. Lloyd Booth, high, and Mrs. James W. Wilson, second. Mrs. R. E. Huffman will entertain next, Nov. 17. Lerssens Visit in South Dakota (Times Hrruld News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lerssen recently spent four days visiting relatives in Scotland, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. John Kienast attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Vickie Kienast and Robert Pullen of Burlington Sunday afternoon. They visited with Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Kienast at Indianola, returning home Oct. 31. Mrs. Margaret Lorenzen has returned to her home in Cudahy, Wis., after spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Ida Ewoldt. ATTEND LAW CONFERENCE Three Carroll area attorneys are attending a conference on products liability and expert testimony in accident reconstruction at the University of Iowa, Iowa City, this weekend. The conference, sponsored by the College of law and the Iowa State Bar Assn.'s continuing legal education committee, will include a mock trial. The local men attending are William Kurtih and G. Arthur Minnich Jr., both of Carrol, and Robert Deur, Lake View. Play Cards at Golden Circle Mrs. Frank Wegner and Mrs. V i t u s Schechinger were hostesses at the Golden Circle Club party Friday afternoon. Prizes in pinochle were awarded to Mrs. Leo Augustine, high; Mrs. Louise Fasbender, second; Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, traveling; and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn, tally. Miss Werner Bride of Dennis Schreck TO CLOSE 2 DAYS The Carroll liquor store will be closed two days next week. It will not be open Tuesday, Nov. 7, because of the city election, and again Saturday, Nov. 11, in observance of Veterans' Day, a legal holiday. Crimes Heruld Js'ews Service) DEDHAM — St. Joseph Church hi Dedham was the setting for the wedding of Lynda Werner and Dennis Schreck at 9:30 Saturday morning, Nov. 4. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John F. Werner and Mrs. Emma Schreck, all of Dedham. The Rev. Henry Meyer read the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass. Matching bouquets of white mums and pompon chrysanthemums tied with blue decorated the main altar and displayed the bride's colors of peacock blue and white. After mass she placed a bouquet of white roses bowed with blue on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Organist was Mary Kay Klocke, who accompanied the St. Joseph Girls' Choir. The bride was given in mar riage by her father. Her matron of honor was Mrs. Leon Kemp- 10-7 B TKt U.8. Government dots not i>av for tkit ad*erft»eint*t. li it prettified at a terrie* t* coop«ration vt'tA ttir Treasury Department and The Adverlitinp CountU. Kenneth D. Ebner for Councilman at Large Carroll City Election Tuesday, Nov. 7th Your Vote and Support Appreciated For Free Ride To Polls Call 9302 or 2767 er, sister of the bridegroom. Mary Kasperbauer and Rosalie Rupiper were bridesmaids. John M. Werner, brother of the bride, was best man; Jerome Schreck and Wayne Sporrer were groomsmen. Leon Kemper and Richard Tigges were ushers. For her autumn wedding the bride chose a gown of re-embroidered Alencon lace and angel peau, styled with a pleated A-line skirt which folded back into a train. Her sleeveless, coat-style chapel train with bow trim at the shoulders was fashioned with a peacock-spread lace panel between angel peau. Her bridal bouquet of white roses with camelia foliage was in triangular cascade styling. The peacock blue dresses worn by her attendants were of chiffon over taffeta with floor- length, easy sheath skirts. Empress Josephine bodices had long angel sleeves and were banded at the empire lines with matching satin overlaid with lace. A shirred pannier flowed from the satin bow in back of each dress. Completing the costumes were halo headpieces of flowers and petals [holding circular veils. Each carried an autumn basquette o: white chrysanthemums a n c camelia foliages. A noon dinner for 85 guests at the Elks Lodge in Carrol was followed by a reception there for 400 from 2 until 4:30 Before her marriage, Mrs Schreck was employed b> Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Carroll. She gradu ated in 1965 from Kuemper High School. The bridegroom graduated from the same school in 1959 and is engaged in farming north of Dedham After Nov. 12 Mr. and Mrs Schreck's address will be Route 1, Dedham. For their week's wedding trip they will travel to southern states. tillery sites. A U.S. officer in the field said American casualties were light in the initial stages of the fighting because the infantrymen were well dug in and had good Rom air support. The 4th Division ers. reported four Americans killed and six wounded while the North Vietnamese suffered four dead in the twin engagement at Dak To. About 100 miles to the south, another battalion came under mortar and ground attacks. Infantrymen returning from a sweep of the area after contact broke off today claimed finding 17 enemy bodies. U.S. casualties were put at one dead and six wounded. In Mekong Delta, a new Army-Navy search and destroy mission fanned out in an area about 58 miles southwest of Saigon, but encountered no opposition, the command said. The operation began Thursday but was not reported until today for security reasons. In the air war Friday, U.S. pilots flew 113 missions, including the third raid this week on a surface-to-air missile site set up to defend Red positions against U.S. B52 bombers just above the demilitarized zone. Marine pilots reported a large secondary explosion following the attack. Loc Ninh, some 70 miles northwest of the capital, was reported quiet by U.S. spokesmen after a 12-hour guerrilla assault on the district headquarters Friday. The Viet Cong's desperate at- empt to seize Loc Ninh has cost he Communists 860 dead since Sunday, U.S. headquarters said. Military observers indicated the Red offensive in the rubber-growing district might be an attempt to establish a "second front" like the front near the demilitarized zone. The Viet Cong announced that ;hey would release three U.S. jrisoners of war "to answer the jood will of progressive American people"—presumably peace demonstrators who have denounced the U.S. role in the war. But the soldiers apparently have not been freed yet. U.S. Navy jets returned to the Haiphong area in North Vietnam to hit railroad sidings Friday as weather cleared for the : irst time in three days. A Intruder jet went down from unknown causes in raids 'arther south Thursday, the Navy said, and two crewmen groom are Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Beymer, Denison. Gold and yellow chrysanthemums decorated the altar for the double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. James McAlpin. Music was provided by Cecelia Eltgroth at the organ and the parish grade school choir. Mrs. Eddie Frazier was matron of honor; Donna Loneman, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. Attending the bridegroom were Mr. Frazier as best man and his brother, Pat Beymer, groomsman. The bride's nephew, Kenneth Loneman, and Ronnie Berndt served as ush- The , bride's gown of white Chantilly lace over faille was floor-length, with long, tapered sleeves. The fitted bodice held an easy sheath skirt with scalloped hemline. From the back of the Sabrina neckline fell an aisle-wide train of net, banded with lace and touched with iri- descents. A queen's crown of pearls held her triple veil of illusion. Hr bouquet, a cascade of red roses, was fashioned with a detachable corsage. The matron of honor and bridesmaid each carried a long- stemmed red rose. Their gold- colored dresses were designed with empire bodices of shining acetate brocade and streamlined skirts of acetate and rayon crepe. Their headpieces were rayon satin bows finished with veils of nylon maline. Approximately 125 guests were entertained at a reception from two until four o'clock at the Farm Bureau building. Mrs. Beymer, who has been employed by Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Carroll, is a graduate of Kuemper High School. The bridegroom graduated from Denison High School and is employed in Denison by Bartels Electric. After a week's trip to northern states, Mr. and Mrs. Beymer will be at home at 116 First Avenue South, Denison. were reported missing. The jlane was the 725th announced U.S. combat loss over North Vietnam in the air war. CYO Makes Youth Mass Plans TEMPLETON — Plans for a Youth Mass at 12:45 p.m., Nov. 5, to be followed by a breakfast, were made at the regular monthly meeting of -the Templeton CYO Nov. 2 at Sacred Heart School. A committee was set up to make posters to remind voters to vote Nov. 7 for city officials. Plans were made for a dance to be co-sponsored with the Manning CYO on Dec. 9 featuring the Echoes V. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens, pastor, reported that Iowa Highway Patrolman Carl Lenz will give a program and movie on public safety at the next CYO meeting, Nov. 23. Msgr. Behrens concluded the meeting with a prayer. Srs. Dorothy and Marjorie were guests. r* bocial Ca nd ar 7 p.m., hospital Saturday— Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. Sunday— Rainbow Advisory Board, 2 p.m., Masonic Temple Monday- Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Firstnighters Club, Mrs. John Bruner Variety Club, Mrs. Ralph Kanne 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Tuesday- Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. Carson Summers League of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m., Mrs. W. E. Baudler STOP Club, staff room Junior Legion Auxiliary Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. H. L. Hudson Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Farner H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dale Hannasch Fortnighters Club, Mrs. John Gnam Tally-hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Tete-a-Tete Club, Mrs. William Bernholtz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. K. Cooper Trumpettes Club, Mrs. Lee Johnson M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Hans Lauridsen Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. Marvin Simons Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. W. J. Leuer Players 8 Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday— Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Albert Janssen Wednesday Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. H. L. Bell Grant Township Homemakers Club, Mrs. Norbert Wiederien Lutheran Women's Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Alma Platt; Mary, Mrs. Roy Heuton; Martha, Mrs. Ben Hoi- stein; Dorcas, Mrs. James Cavanaugh; Lydia, Mrs. Edward Hathaway; Ruth, Mrs. Donald Petersen; Sarah, Lutheran Church High Bidders Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison H. G. Club, Mrs. B. A. Pille Golden Circle Club, euchre, 7:30 p.m. Thursday— Wa-tan-ye Club, Gussie's Restaurant Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Tony's Restaurant Newcomers Club, 7 p.m., Country Club Pateo Club, Tony's Restaurant Beulah Country Club, Mrs. Merrill Rogers 8-4-Fun Club, Mrs. C. D. Andrews Happy 8 Club, Mrs. Louis Starman Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Lyle Thelen . Jokers Club, Mrs. Dwight Fiscus T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Fred Deierling Bridgettes Club, Mrs. Bill Burgess 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger Triple C Club, Mrs. Andy Carruthers

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