Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 18, 1967
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Siepker-Odendah Vows are Repeated '"Patricia Si.pkcr and Robert Odendahl wore wod in a 10:30 ceremony Saturday. Nov. 18. in SS. Peter and Paul Church in Carroll with Hie Very Rev. Leo Len?.. V.F.. officiating. The con- pie's parents, all o r Carroll. ?re Mr. a:,d Mrs Lawrence Siepker and Mr. and Mrs. Don Odendalil. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose her sister, Jane Sicpkcr. as her maid of nonor. Also attending her were her cousin. Mrs. Bill Snyder; the bridegroom'5 sister. Donna Odondahl: and his sister-in-law, Mrs. Don G. Odendalil. The bride's sisior. Cheryl Siepker. was flower girl. The bridegroom's attendants were his brother. Don H. Odendahl. as b:-st man: Rill Snyder, Mike Hntnlicek and David Meyers, groomsmen. M u t i c was provided by Louise Flore'icourt, organist, and the Holy Spirit grade school choir. G u e s 1 s were ^ated by the bride's brother, Terry Siepker. and the bride- proom's cousin. Joe Odendahl. Following the wedding, 85 quests were entertained at a .12:30 dinner at the Derby Res- where a reception for 200 was held form 2 until 4:.TO. I The Empress Josephine sil- I 'louctte gown worn by the brido ( H-; s in chapel-length, with a j cathedral-length train effect of delustered satin. The bodice was styled with a rounded nock- Unp and long sleeves. Clusters of seed pearls enhanced the lp.ce appliques which trimmed the gown. Her triple illusion veil was caught to a forward headpiece of organza petals and I loaves trimmed with pearls. She carried a cascade of red j sweetheart roses and white miniature carnations, fashioned with a detachable corsage. The bride's attendants and | flower girl were atlired in empire dresses designed with red velvet bodkes and white crepe j skirts, in keeping with the I bride's chosen colors. The dresses had been styled an< I made by the bride's mother i Red velvet pillbox hats with white lace trim, and rod shoes completed t n e i r costumes Each carried a colonial ar rangement of white baby chry I santhcmums surroundet by green leaves and finishe( i witii red ribbon showers. Business & Professional Directory COMPLETE BOOKKEEPING & TAX SERVICE Tailored Especially for The FARMER, BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL MAN Federal and State Tax Records of Iowa Carroll, Iowa Leo Loxterkamp Phone: 4209 W. L. WARD, D.S.C. PODIATRIST FOOT SPECIALIST 302 South Main St. (6 Blocks S. of the Courthouse) Office 9782 Home 2767 Community Credit Service Credit Reports, Investigations Collections Anywhere Dial 4371 208 Weit 5th CARROLL DENTAL ASSOCIATES 818-822 North Main Street R. E. LANGENFELD, D.D.S. — Phone 2630 R. F. BARELS, D.D.S. L. B. WESTENDORF, D.D.S. Phone 2528 Phone 2630 R. J. FERLIC, M. D. 715 N. Adams - Carroll, Iowa (Cochren Building) Office Hour*: 9 to 12 —1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Frectures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 DR. O. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist Dial 3318 102 West 5th EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES-CHILDREN'S VISUAL PROBLEMS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED-GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Hannasch Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 9709 Carroll, Iowa DR. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES DR. REX A. HEESE Chiropractor By Appointment Phone 3402 814 N. Main St. Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 3161 SUVj N. Adams St. 4 Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Nov. 18, 1967 Both Mr. and Mrs. Odendahl graduated from Kuemper High School. The bride plans to continue her work at the Carroll Candy Kitchen. Mr. Odendahl is employed by Prenger's Furniture. The couple will reside at 911 North Main Street, Carroll. President of 8th District Guest at Meet (TliiiM Ili-ralil ,N> H -n Scrvlri-) MANNING — Mrs. Elmer McDorman, Lake Mills, 8th District president of (he American Legion Auxiliary, was a guest at the November meeting of the units in Carroll County, held at Manning. Mrs. McDorman was introduced by the county president, Mrs. Vcrnon Noelck of Arcadia. Brief talks were given by Mrs. McDorman, and Mrs. Noelck and Mrs. Aden Owen of Coon Rapids, who told of the Regional Legion and Auxiliary Conference held in Des Monies. Carroll, Breda and Gliddcn units received for reaching goal. The nth District is now first in membership in the slate. Jowa has the largest number of junior Auxiliary | members in the nation. Mrs. Owen, vice chairman of the National Publications Committee, stated that a new page, i "Reflections", would be put in the National News. This will in elude human interest storief from units during the past 50 years, in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of the Ameri can Legion. She asked thai such stories be sent to her. Mrs. Owen also mentioned an article printed recently in The Carroll Daily Times Herald on the poppy chairman of the Carroll unit. Unit reports were given by all county units with the exception of Coon Rapids. The next county meeting will be held in January in Carroll. The Midwinter Conference will be Jan. 14-15 at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Preceding the meeting John Detlefsen, high school senior, played a trombone solo; Patricia Pfoltncr, also a senior, gave two selections on the trumpet. Both were accompanied by Mrs. Gerald Huldeen. Mrs. Bonita Hagedom was pianist for the Wednesday night meeting; Mary Steen and Mrs. Alfred Ahrendsen, color bearers, Mrs. W. C. Schrum, the ihaplain. Mrs. Henry J. M. Hansen registered the guests. Arcadia received the attendance prize and, Mrs. Mary Duffy of Arcadia, the draw prize. Mrs. McDorman and county officers received gifts from the o s t e s s unit. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Else Struve and her committee, with Mrs. Eugene Schatz, president of Emil Ewoldt Unit, at the silver service. RECEIVES DIPLOMA SIOUX CITY -Russell Johnenkamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Bohnenkamp of Arcadia, has completed the Pro- ? essional Accounting course at <J e 111 e t o n Business Train- ng College here and has received his diploma. He is a graduate of Kuemper High School, Carroll. He expects to inter the Air Force in the near uture. TINY HEARING AID Slips right into the ear Charter Members of Club . . . Youth who signed as charter members of the Carroll County Young Democrats Club at the organizational meeting in Carroll Friday night are (front row, left to right) Bonnie Eich, Connie Eich, Barbara Rungee and Cathy Stouten; (middle row, left to right) Michele Carver, Marty Ryan, Joe Foley and Dwight T-» i _. 1 ,1 i . .'. .. . . - a —John Longnecker Photo Sue Schweers, Ann Vernia, Christ Wiedemeier, Lyn Heese, Larry Ohde, Mark Wiedenfeld, Dan Oswald and Willie Reibold. Shown with them are (back row, extreme left) Mrs. Howard Drees of Carroll, who served as chairman of the meeting at the court house, and Mrs. Paul Simonson of Walnut, 7th District Young Democratic committee- r>i,.™i /u i , TV ,1 . — "-o"- ^—.nv!, j.v/uug XSCIIUM;ICIIU; cummiiiee- Bluml; (back row, starting third from woman, who explained the purposes lOlt Shflrvl MnnilPV Rarharo Trvml-o rvf +Un «„„..„;— tif- r i/wo^a loft) Sheryl Mooney, Barbara Tomka, Mary Kasperbauer Wed at Dedh of the organization. Club Formd For County's am (Time* llrrnlil Nrw* Service) DEDHAM - Mary Kasper bauer, daughter of Mr. anc Mrs. Herman Kasperbauer Jr of Declham, became the bride of Jerome Schreck in a double ring ceremony Saturday, Nov 18, in St. Joseph Church here. The bridegroom is a son ol Mrs. Victor Schreck, also of Dedham, Schreck. and the late Mr. —-PaiRc & Paige Photo Wed at Dedham . . . Lynda Werner and Dennis Schreck repeated their nuptial vows Nov. 4 in St. Joseph's Church at Dedham. They have returned from their wedding trip to southern states and are making their home on Route 1, Dedham. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. John F. Werner and Mrs. Emma Schreck, all of Dedham. Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence —Dial 2283 M. R. TAN CRETI ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Dial 4835 Metropolitan Life Building 206 West 7th Street Sfioiu you care luiffi James C. Smith ATTORNEY-AT-LAW S16'/ 2 N. Adams Dial 3161 General Practice Taxes — Estates Iowa Land Service Company Farm Records Farm Management V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 Farm Appraisals R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 Eosf 6fh St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Home Calls Day or Night Sonotonc's smallest hearing aid is worn all in the ear — ideal for active men and women who 'need better hearing. The SONET* weighs just one-tenth of an ounce with battery. It slips right into the ear — no outside cords, tubes or wires. iSee for yourself — get FREE 'non-operating replica. Phone, visit or write — SONOTONE Tuesday, November 21 City Hotel, Carroll, la. 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Fred R. Kinsley, Manager Sonoton* of Des Moines ill Grand Av«—Ph. 244-047} D*( Moints, low* .,- olwik sgnng November 23 STONE'S Carroll, Iowa Vows were exchanged at a 9:30 nuptial mass celebrated by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Sr. Macrina was organist and the high school choir sang. Matching altar bouquets of white gladioli were bowed with persimmon colored ribbon to show the bride's chosen colors. After mass, the bride placed a long- stemmed white rose, tied with blue, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Attending the bride were lone Kasperbauer, maid of honor; Mrs. Dennis Schreck and Mrs. Leon Kemper. She was given in marriage by her father. Dennis Schreck was best man; Dick Tigges and Leon Kemper, groomsmen. Ushers were Eugene Kasperbauer and Robert Schreck. The bride's white gown of peau de soie and Korde lace was styled with a Sabrina neckline and long lace sleeves. The empire bodice held an A-line skirt. A bias band defined the empire line and the hem of the floor-length skirt was trimmed with a diamond insert of lace. Falling from the back waistline was a cathedral train, trimmed with lace and topped with a bow. A Spanish mantilla comb held a floor-length drape of net edged with Korde lace. She carried a cascade of bridal white roses combined with variegated green foliage and satin ribbon. For her attendants, she chose floor-length cage dresses or orange chiffon over matching taffeta, designed with baby-doll yokes and angel sleeves. Tiny buttons trimmed the yokes and wide cuffs. They also wore hair- fashionettes of lemon leaf foliage and bittersweet. Their reverse-crescent bouquets held yellow chrysanthemums and bittersweet with foliage. Ninety-five guests were entertained at a wedding dinner, served at noon in the Elk's lall at Carroll. A reception for 350 also was held there, from 2 until 4:30. Before her marriage, Mrs. Schreck was employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. She graduated in 1966 from Kuemper High School. Mr. Schreck graduated from the same school in 1961 and farms near Dedham. After a week's trip to southern states (he couple's address will be Route 1, Dedham. CARD CLUB MEETS DEDHAM- Mrs. Henry | Meischeid entertained the pi- j nochle club in her home ) Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. i John Pletchette won high score | and high bid; Mrs. Gertrude Kitt, low. Lunch was served. Feather Party — St. Lawrence Parish — School Cafeteria, Sunday, November 19, 7:30 p.m. Public cordially invited. Adv. Young Demos Thirty young men and women from Carroll County attended the organizational meeting of the Young Democrats Club Friday night in the court house meeting room. Mrs. Howard Drees, chairman, under sponsorship of the Carroll County Democratic Women, gave the welcome and introduced the program. In the keynote address given by Mrs. John Longnecker, president of the sponsoring organization, the Young Democrats were urged to be interested, to be involved and to be heard. Mrs. Paul Simonson of Walnut, 7th District Young Democrats committeewoman, informed the group of the organization and its purpose, and told of many opportunities for Young Democrats at the state level. A nominating. committee was appointed to present a slate of officers at the next meeting, which will be at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 4 also in the court house meeting room. Barbara Rungee heads the committee which also includes Danny Oswald, Dwight Bluml, Sue Schweers and Bob Tomka. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Lee Houlihan, Mrs. Frank Gach and Mrs. Lon Mosman. Persons interested in joining the organization and who were unable to attend Friday night's session are invited to the Dec. 4 meeting. Membership ages range from 16 through 35. GIRL SCOUT MEETINGS Girl Scouts of the Carroll Neighborhood will devote their meetings this week to watching the Mike Douglas television show Tuesday, Nov. 21, over KRNT-TV, Des Moines. The afternoon show will feature Mrs. Holton R. Price, Jr., national president of the Girl Scouts. A folk-rock group, "Forum Quorum," will play a Girl Scout song, "Follow the Piper." Mrs. Price will discuss the changes in Girl Scouting, and Senior Girl Scouts from Philadelphia will present a skit. Lake City School News Vol. 13 Compiled by Correspondent "S 1 a g e Door", the musical program of grades four, five, and six of the Lake City Community Schools, is being presented Friday of this week at 7-30 p.m. in the high school gymnasium, directed by Mrs. Jarnes Angove. Highlights of the program include a solo number by Jon Awtry, The Trapp Family Singers (Joe Steig, Mark Johnson, D e b r a Dooley, E1 a '• n e Owens, Kent E i 1 d e r s, Randy Hight, Teri Green, Brenda Hight); a glovv- in-the-dadc number, "Me and My Shadow", by fourteen 6th graders; a dreamland scene by 4th graders; and the colorful dress and songs of 5th grade. Public invited. The Sioux City invitational debate meet held at H e e 1 a n High School last Saturday attracted 29 A teams and 29 B teams. In the A* section Norfolk, Nebraska, placed first; Estheiville, second; and Thomas Jefferson of Council Bluffs, third. Lake City's teams won three and lost three. Barbara Owens and Dwight Dial were affirmative; Susan Johnson and Steve Hucka, negative. In observance ef American Education Week, the Lake City Education Association and the Lake City Kiwanis Club sponsored a panel discussion at the Lake City community building Wednesday night, Nov. 8, posing the question, "How Can the School and Community Best Serve the Needs of Our Youth?" G u e s t panelist was professor Harold Crawford of Iowa State University. Mrs. James Yunek, president of the Lake City Education Association, was moderator. Dr. John DeGroote, Kiwanis president, opened the program with Tern a r k s relative to American Education Week. Rudy Engstrom, LCEA vice oresident, introduced Professor Crawford. Other panel members were A. L. Redenius, city council member; Glenn Hamilton, high school math instructor; Mrs. Herbert Doty, farm housewife; Rev. Russell Stark; Steve Hucka and B a r b a r a Owens, students; and LeRoy Morgan, Calhoun County deputy sheriff. No action was taken, but it was proposed that a committee be formed from the citizenry to confer on the needs of the youth of Lake City. A fair-sized crowd attended. The Calhoun County school cooks association met the afternoon of Nov. 8 in the lounge of the Union State Bank at Rockwell City, with the cooking staff of the Manson grade school as hostesses. Mrs. Agnes Stool of Lohrville presided. There was discussion of the serving of government frozen orange juice at school lunch neriods. They voted to have a 50 cent gift exchange at the December meeting. Lunch was served. Attending from Lake City were Mrs. Wilbur Pankey, Mrs. Eugene Birchard, and Mrs. Dena Devitt. No. 11 as follows: "AA" (Double A) Honor Roll: at least 4 A's and no grade below B: 7th grade — Dawn Engstrom, Penney G e r m e r, Cynthia Harms, Dan Harms' Craig Her, Starla Van Ahn; 8th grade — Melissa Adams; freshmen — Kerry Jenkins, Brent Larson; sophomores — Randy Bawden, Beverly Byer; Larry Knouf, Claudia McMeekin, Rhonda Nixon; juniors — Jane Bradley, Ray Hildreth, Susan Johnson; seniors — Steve Hucka, Paul Knouf, Joan Laun- spaoh, Jane Loeck, Sheri Tibbitts. SOCIAL PRINTING Our invitations and announcements are always socially correct, perfectly produced STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA Calendar Saturday— Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. Monday- Holy Spirit Women's Guild, 7 p.m. dinner meeting Newman Study Club, 8 p.m., Holy Spirit convent Bridgettes Club, Mrs. M. J Hall 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. James Lloyd Tuesday— Entre Nous Club, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Derby Restaurant. Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens STQP Club, Mrs. Donald Nobil- ing Legion Auxiliary League of Women Voters, 8 p.m. Mrs. Don Zimmerman Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Walter Anneberg A. B. Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Attending the state school board convention at Veterans' Auditorium in Des Moires Thursday from Lake City were Robert G o r d o n, Dr. W. H, Loeck, Jerome Bruening, Paul W. Mack, and Supt. Johnson. Mrs. Williams announces the personnel of the two madrigal groups as follows: Madrigal A — Steve Hucka, Bill Albright, Paul Knouf, Ron Clark, Mike Remsburg, Linda Deuel, Pegg Willis, Kathy Troxel, Connie Deuel, Sheri Tibbitts, Sue Ring- g e n b e r g, Jane Loeck, Patty Owens; Madrigal B — Rick Hucka, Randy Larson, Kerry Jenkins, Ray Dial, Jeff Stark, Larry Knouf, Duane Hanks, Gary Dooley, Jane Bradley, Renee Tev^paugh, Sheryl Harms, Lucinda Mapel, Susan Von Ahn, Judy Green, Jan Stephenson, Debbie Griggs. At the meeting ef the board of education Monday night, the North Central Association evaluation report was reviewed. Some of the recommendations considered were a building program which would provide space for a larger library, an auditorium, guidance office facilities, and room for an art program. Rudy Engstrom attended the subdistrict meeting of vocational agriculture teachers at Aurelia Thursday night. Speaker was Glenn Lorig, assistant manager of the Iowa Association of Electric Cooper- "A" Honor Roll: at least three A's and no grade below B: 7th grade — Jeff Brillhart, Deborc Burley, Kimberly Fitzgerald, Terry Van Ahn; 8th grade — Joe Dewey, Debbie Prill, Scott Williams; freshmen — Carol Campbell, Kirk Johnson; sophomores — Sandra Aug, Kent Larson, Susan Von Ahn; seniors — Ann Blair, Donita Boyd, Linda Deuel, Jenann Gordon, Lois Schumacher. "B" Honor Roll: at least 3 B's and no grade below C: 7th grade — Beth Barkmeier, Russell Campbell, Pamela Carroll, Sue Christensen, Leon Doty, Connie Johnson, Kristi Kutz, Jane McCauIIey, Rick McClintock, Warren M c C r a r y, Sue McMeekin, J o 1 e n e Redenius, Kim Remsburg, Floy Sedgwick, Richard Souder, Riohard Stark, Randy Strickland, Norene Toyne, Jim Von Ahn; 8th grade — LaDean Ahrens, Charlene Anderson, Steve Bawden, Connie Betts, Jana Bradley, Bonnie Carlson, Janet Conrad, Ed DeVries, Paul Dowling, Jim Gemberling, Kathy Hart, Richart: Hiler, Ted Janssen, Jerry Kraft, Steve O'Connor, Phil Reinholtz, Mark Remsburg, Bog Savage, Karen Broich, Susan Stephenson, Joel Yunek; freshmen — Charyl Anderson, Cindy Astleford, Ann Awtry, Warren Birchard, Becky Carlson, Shirley Carlson, Carolyn DeLong, David Engstrom, Kathy Ferguson, Debbie Green, Craig Heath, Jeff Johns o n, Randy Larson, Debbie Loeck, Toni McCrary, Patti Jo Mapel, Randy Moad, Rick Richardson, Susan Steig, Valerie Whiting, Claudia Kammey- e;r sophomores — Dwayne Arthur, Marilyn Baker, Jane Bellinghausen, Vikki Blanchfield, Peggy Blankenship, Randy Brown, Terri Daisy, Karolyn Elliott, Judy Green, Susan Hicks, Rick Hucka, Debbie ,Hunziker, Mike Her, Janadee Kunce, Mary Kay Kurth, Lucinda Mapel, Ed Newland, Joan Owens, Jeff Stark, Pegg Willis; juniors — Beverly Baumann, Kim Blair, Carol Carlson, De- Ann Carstens, Zo Courier, Connie Deuel, Debbie DeVries, Kenneth F r i e d e 1, Sheryl Harms, Sharon Karstens, Cathy Lasher, Cindy McCuen, Carrie Mathews, Rusty Meinen, Kathy O'Tool, Tim Reaman, Blair Redenius, Patty Steig, Kathy Stephenson, Lauretta Stringer, Kathy Troxel; seniers — Bill Albright, Becky Astleford, Randi Blanchard, Teri Engstrom, David Ford, JoAnn Harmeyer, Bruce Heath, Kevin Heim, Gary Holm, Linda Hutchinson, Nancy Mack, BilL Meinen, Patti Nutter, Barbara Owens, Marvene Patterson, Steve Ringgenberg, Sue Ringgenberg, Bill Savage, Lynn Schulte, Donna Seeden, Gene Segebart, Kris Sisvers, Jan Stephenson, Daryl Strickland, Carol Walters, Terry Walters. VISITING RELATIVES (Time* Herald News Servlrc) LAKE CITY-Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Elder are entertaining their son- in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Holstrom and Frankie, for the weekend. The Holstroms reside in Bellvidere, 111; U.iH, "*" --»•.«<• w»» w* .I_IA W VI>A. l\* VfUULJCl " A. B. C. Club, Mrs. William An- stives ' .whose subject was ,J~... ''TVianiiiner IT'lanlv.fnl^.. *~ TT:— L. derson Trumpettes Club, Mrs. Lee Houlihan Bid - or - Bye Club.Mrs. Alfred Snyder Electricity to High School Vocational Agriculture Classes". High School Principal Allan Lyons has issued honor rolls for the first quarter ending Nov. 3 MOVIH6? see us today... • j "Wife-Approved"** Mov* oy North American Vor Lines. World-wide lervice. CALL 2540 JOHN VANDERHEIDEN 1019 N. East Carroll Iowa Authorized Agent

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