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Socia Calendar Wednesday Wednesday Bridge Club. Mrs.' Monday- Golden Circle Club. 7.30 p.m. .l.C. Heider L.F.R. Club. Mrs. Jack Sanford H. G. Club, Mrs. Theodore Poll- lioff Friday- Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Saturday— At TODD'S TOYLAND LARGE SELECTION OF GAMES New Ones and Old Favorites St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary general meeting. Yule party; 6:30 p.m. p o 11 u c k, nurses' gym Beta Sigma Phi, 7 p.m., Derby Restaurant IOOF Hall Toastmistress Club, Derby Restaurant T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Steve Garbier Soppe, Frank Olsen Repeat Vows Jean Mary Soppe and Frank Olsen were wed in a Nov. 18 ceremony in St. Lawrence Church in Carroll, with the Rev. J a m e 3 McAlpin officiating. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Soppe and Mrs. June Olsen, all of Carroll. ,r,, Wa do McMinimcc Chapter EB. P.E.O., Mrs. How Music for the double ring wedding, which took place at noon, was provided by Sr. M. Ceoile, organist, and the grade Alpha, Mrs. , school choir Batching altar bouquets of white gladioli and chrvsanlhemum8 W ere bowed- ard B. Wilson STOP Club, 7 p.m. staff room Entre Nous Club, Mrs. W. L. McConkie Friendly Neighbor Club. Mrs. Ed Lenz M.C.C. Club, Mrs. George Struve Jolly-ottes Club, Mrs. Joe Heller Jr. J.L.C. Club, Mrs. James Houlihan Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Z e n a s Becker Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Carl Hess was floor-length, fashioned with Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday— Little Flower Study Club, Mrs.! fabric bows at the shoulders, with olive green, showing the hospital j brida , co ] ors Guests were seated by Donald Soppe and Tom Olsen. Mr. Soppe gave his daughter in marriage. Her maid of honor was JoAnn Daniel of Omaha; her bridesmaid, Alice Olsen, Carroll. Attending the bridegroom were Jim Hanscn of Waterloo, best man, and Don Menke of Lake City. The bride's sheath gown of —Vnmlorhelden Studio Photo Mr. and Mrs. Frank Olsen Nuptial Vows Exchanged at Fort Madison re-cmbroidcred Chantilly lace . J "J ith A . nn j cile . r / daught ' r was floor-length, fashioned with of Mr ' and Mrs - H e n r ^ N ' a portrait neckline and long, tapered sleeves. A cardinal's coat of taffeta fell from self- BE A BETTER BUG BUILDER Edward Reardon County Democratic Women, 7 p.m., Pauline's Cafe Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Lillian Rcinhart Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Arthur Gutc Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. Mike Witlrock High Bidders Club, Mrs. 0. J. Bernhollz Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Ronald Ricsberg GET COOTIE-the beloved, dissectible bug, made of colorful, snap-together plastic parts. Toddlers to Teens love this funny, dice-rolling race to build a Cootie . . . by Schaper. SORRY 9 Fun for Hie whol« faraify. SkW and chance are •qually combined in fast and exciting play. Golden Circle Club euchre, 7:30 p.m. L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Jack Sanford Couple Wed In Wisconsin The marriage of Susan M. Stewart and Thomas J. Dominise, both of Minneapolis, Minn., took place Nov. 11 in Beloit, Wis., where her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stewart, reside. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Dominise of Carroll. Vows were repeated in a 10:30 a.m. ceremony in St. Thomas Catholic Church, with the Rev. Fr. O'Reilly officiating. Following a dinner and afternoon reception at LaPod's Supper Club, the couple left for a week's trip to the Ozarks. They are now at home at 273 Yosemite Circle, Apartment 103, Minneapolis. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs. Dick Markley, Mrs. Nancy Decker and Mrs. Don Ast. Earl Dominise, Arlin Johnson and David Thieleke were the bridegroom's attendants. Debra Ast was flower girl; Steven Ast, ring bearer. Ushers were Douglas Thieleke, and Randy Hagstrom. The bride was attired in a I floor-length gown of white satin and carried white chrysanthemums and yellow roses. Her attendants, carrying colonial bouquets of bronze and yellow mums, wore floor-length frocks of green linen. M r s. Dominise graduated from Beloit High School and is employed by the Gold Bond Stamp Company. Her husband, a University of Denver graduate, is employed by Honeywell, Inc. sweeping into an aisle-wide train. She carried a triangular cascade of white roses combined with pothos leaves and ivy foliage; and after mass she placed a long-stemmed red rose on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Miss Daniel and Miss Olsen wore formal-length dresses in an olive shade. Bodices of clipped velvet were designed will) scoop necklines and continental-length sleeves. Matching satin banding encircled the empire bodices, ending in back panels falling to the hemline of the slim skirts of chiara crepe. Their headpieces in matching olive shades were pouf blusher veils caught to pearl-encrusted combs. Their bouquets of bronze pompon chrysanthemums had olive green velvet bow centers. About 70 guests were entertained at a reception from 2 until 5 p.m. at the Burke Motor Inn. Weiler of Fort Madison, exchanged nuptial vows with Randall Lee Schleisman at 2 p.m. Nov. 18 in St. Mary's Catholic Church at Fort Madison. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schleisman of Carroll. Joleen Irlmeier, ! Ronald Wess Repeat Vows MANNING - Joleen Irlmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Irlmeier of Manning, became the bride of Ronald Wess of Carroll at Sacred Heart Church in Manning Nov. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wess, Carroll, are parents of the bridegroom. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Michael Vasti at 10:30 a.m. Mrs. Larry Polking was organist; Mrs. Donald Mohr, the soloist. The church altar was decorated with bouquets of white mums tied in the bride's color of candy pink. During the service, the bride placed a bouquet of white carnations, tied in blue, on the altar of the Blessed Virgin. The bride was given In marriage by her father. She was attired in a formal gown of alpaca peau satin. The sculptured bodice was designed with a bateau neckline, trimmed with peau d'ange lace medallions and wrist-length sleeves edged in the same lace. The contoured A-line skirt was topped by a band of lace encircling the empire waistline. A Spanish mantilla of net ap- pliqued with a border of matching lace swept into an aisle- wide chapel train. She carried Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Nov. 24, 1967 The Rev. James Mackin of- a cascade of white roses inter- Before her marriage, Mrs. Olsen was employed by Empire Insurance Company in Omaha. She is a Kuemper High School graduate. Her husband is in the United States Army and leaves Nov. 24 for a tour of duty in Germany. Mrs. Olsen plans to remain in Carroll until joining him overseas within the next few months. "1OO PLAY" GAME BOARD CAROM-CROKINOLE 100 DIFFERENT GAMES Plans Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Smith of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter, Linda Sue, to Ronald Wood, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Wood of Spencer. Miss Smith will graduate in February from the University of Iowa with a B.A. Degree in education and is affiliated with Alpha Phi sorority. Mr. Wood is a graduate of the University of Iowa with a B.A. Degree in political science. He was affiliated with Delta Chi fraternity. He is now stationed at Lackland Air Force Base. San Antonio, Tex. A February wedding is planned. SANTA WILL HERE TONITE TODD'S TOYLAND AND GIFTS GIFT IDEA Sheaffer Deskette the go set goes anywhere! Most anything, most anyplace becomes a base for this versatile new "Wea" set from Sheaffer. Sleek, trim, new "Decor"-styled ballpoint and socket. $5 tin Packaged LOEHR & SHRIVER JEWELERS ficiated at the double ring rite before an altar decorated with chrysanthemums in the bride's colors of blue and white. The iride, given in marriage by her ather, was attended by Mrs. !arlos Dyer of Peoria, 111.; 'atti Leach and Cindy Smoot, 'ort Madison; and Diane Schleisman of Canton, S. D. Attending the bridegroom >vere Steve Schleisman, Chicago; Mike Azinger, Keokuk; Wfeury Nieland and Bill Badding, Carroll. Mike Bock of Templeton and Dennis De- Rosear, Fort Madison, were ushers. The bride wore a gown of ilk peau de sole. Appliques of re-embroidered French Alencon ace and pearls appeared on the jodice, A-line skirt and long sleeves. The empire waist was more pronounced in back and draped into a full chapel sweep. A double queen's crown of Dearls held her bouffant veil of English illusion. Her bouquet of white mums and stephanotis was centered with a white orchid. For her attendants she chose long A-line dresses of onyx blue velvet and karate crepe of lighter blue. Mr. and Mrs. Weiler entertained a a 6:30 wedding dinner honoring their son-in-law and daughter at the Palm's Supper Club, where the bridegroom's parents had been hosts for the rehearsal dinner. A reception for 250 guests was held from 3 until 5 p.m. at the Elks Club. After Nov. 25, Mr. and Mrs. Schleisman will be at home in Fort Madison, where their address will be Avenue M and 15th Street, Levi Courts. The bride received her education at Fort Madison High School, American Institute of Commerce, Davenport; and Burlington Business School, Burlington. Her sorority is Alpa Iota. She is a teller at the Iowa State Bank, Fort Madison. Mr. Schleisman is a tool and die apprentice at the W. A. Sheaffer Pen Company, Fort Madison. He received his education at Clarinda College, School of Mechanical Technology. 1948 Alumnae Plan Reunion twined with ivy. Mrs. Lawrence Chavez, sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Another sister, Sue Irlmeier and Linda Kruse, were bridesmaids. They were gowned in floor-length candy pink chiffon in cage style, over lace sheaths. Empire bodices, caught with Dior bows at the front and back waistlines, featured scoop necklines and continental-length sleeves. Matching headpieces were bows fashioned of satin and net. Janey Meuckel, niece of the bride, and Kim Harms were flower girls. Their floor-length dresses were in petal pink. Each attendant and flower girl carried a single white rose tipped in candy pink. The bridegroom was attended by his b r o t h e r, Steve Wess, Jerry Wenck, and the bride's brother, Lynn Irlmeier. Guests were seated by Lawrence Chavez and George Wieland. Following the ceremony, a noon dinner was served at the VFW Hall here to members of the immediate families of the couple. A reception for about 200 was held there from 2 until 4 p.m. The bride is a graduate of Manning High School; the groom, of Kuemper High School. He is stationed with the U.S. Marine Corps at Beaufort, S.C. After Nov. 25, the couple will be at home at Whispering Pines Trailer Park, Lot 4, Route 1, Box 234-E, Burton, S.C., 29902. Mr. and Mrs. James McLaughlin Kristy Chase Becomes Bride AUDUBON — Mr. and Mrs. James Patrick McLaughlin are making their ^home at 302 Washington Street, Audubon, following their Nov. 12 wedding in Zion Lutheran Church al Manning. Mrs. McLaughlin is the former Kristy Kay Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A Chase of Missouri Valley, formerly of Carroll. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs Frank McLaughlin, Gray. The double ring ceremony was performed at 2 p.m. by the Rev. Edward Heinicke. A re ception for 210 guests followec in the church parlors. Bonnie Smithson of Missouri Valley Mrs. Terry Dinsmore, Audu bon, and Kathy McLaughlin o Gray were the bride's atten dants. Attending the bride groom were Curtis Grimm Manning; Terry Dinsmore, Au dubon and Larry K e n d 1 e o Gray. Don Beck, Jeff Beck, Duane Bushman Sr. and Duane Bushman Jr. were ushers; Jackie Beck was flower girl and Robert Erickson, ring bearer. The bride's empire gown of white satin and orange blossom lace featured a full skirt train. A-line dresses of aqua blue were worn by her attendants. Mrs. McLaughlin is a graduate of Missouri Valley High School. Her husband graduated from Audubon High School and is employed by Schmidt Construction in Audubon. Weekend Guests At Mrs. Ballard's (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE -Weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Personal Paragraphs Largest selection of Thanks- iving and Christmas napkins n this area at The Garden Center Gift Shop. Adv. OPAL: Have Y«u Seen Those lovely Ambassador Christmas cards at the Garden Center? Ida. adv. All kinds of Christmas flowers and greens to make your arrangement at The Center Gift Shop. Garden Adv. She saw it at the Loft, and has been talking about it all year. Why don't you buy it for her for Christmas? Adv. Thanksgiving guests in the iiome of Mrs. Colette Bock were ler sons and daughters-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bock, David, Kevin, Kent and Tommy of Edina, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bock, Melissa and Beth, Des Moines. The Dennis Bock family remained to visit until Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tim White and daughter Julie of Cedar Rapids spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edward S. White and Joe. They left Friday for Spirit Lake to visit Mrs. White's family before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Shaw and five children of Overland Park, Kan., came Wednesday evening to spend the Thanksgiving holidays with their parents, Mrs. C. C. Sullivan at Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Shaw at Bayard. They were part of a Shaw family gathering at Bayard Thursday and plan to visit here until Sunday evening. Mrs. Sullivan's son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Sullivan and family of Everly, came Friday morning for a weekend visit with his mother after spending Thanksgiving in Manning with her mother, Mrs. A. F. Smith. Mrs. C. C. Sullivan was a Thanksgiving dinner guest in the home of another son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan. There is an exciting new shape in Centura dinnerware by Corning, and of course, it's at the Loft! A narrow rim, elegant and sophisticated, and even the cup is new, straight, sleek and very smart. See it at the Loft. Adv. Have you seen the exciting new shapes, new color coordinates, and new cook-serve pieces in Centura dinnerware? By Corning, and of course it's at the Loft. Adv. 50th Wedding Anniversary for C. F. Reillys Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reilly of Carroll will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary Saturday evening with a family dinner at the Derby Restaurant. They were married Nov. 22, 1917, in St. Ambrose Cathedral, Des Moines. Their two children, Mrs. Joseph Hanley of Allendale, N.J., and Owen Reilly of New York City, flew home for the occasion. Their niece, Mrs. Richard Benton of Minneapolis, Minn., with her husband and USE Pampers DIAPER & PANTS IN ONE extra absorbent for overnight use Overnight 12'* 95c Daytime 15's .95 30's$1.79 Plans for a reunion of the St. Angela Academy class of 1948 were begun at a meeting of several alumnae Tuesday evening at Pauline's Cafe. The reunion is set for Saturday, July 13, at the Elks Club in Carroll. Another meeting is scheduled for Jan. 9 at 8 p.m.. also at Pauline's Cafe. All 1948 alumnae interested are urged to attend the session to make further plans for the reunion. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger r«- turned to her home Wednesday night after visiting for about a week in Huron, S.D., with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schechinger and family. They accompanied her home for a Thanksgiving visit and plan to return to Huron Sunday afternoon. Additional guests for Thanksgiving dinner were the Donald Scheching- er and Lawrence Berning families of Carroll. The Rev. and Mrs. Theodore H. Kampman spent Thanksgiving Day at Lincoln, Neb., in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schatz, and family. They left for Lincoln after the morning Thanksgiving service at Trinity Episcopal Church. From Kansas City to Omaha, women are talking about all the nice things at The Garden Center Gift Shop. Adv. Mary Ragan of 0 g d e n is visiting here in the home of her cousin, Mrs. E. M. Jacobs* Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Burton are their daughter, Connie Burton of Portland, Ore., and their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Burton and two children of Lafayette, Ind. Gwen Nolin Is Married to W. H. Chi Ids RALSTON - The home of Betrothed . . . Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sander of Arcadia announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Jean to Bob Lenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenz, of Carroll. The wedding will take place Feb. 3 at St. John Church, Arcadia. Praise Service at Auburn Church (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mrs. Alfred Qf Carroll PRINTING &DEUEIQPIHG guest speaker at the United Presbyterian Women's "Praise tt! Service" at the church here 3 j Wednesday, Nov. 22, at 7:30 y\ p.m. Circle IV of the UPW will Myrtle Ballard were Mrs. Ida Paercy of Russell, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Paercy of Marshall, Minn., and Herb Ballard of Ackley. All visited in the Harry Ballard home at Lake City, Sunday afternoon. Floy Anderson of Kansas City, Kan., was a weekend guest in the home of her sister, Mrs. A. J. Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Rohde and Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Blum attended the Knights of Columbus banquet Sunday evening at the all-purpose room of the Odebolt-Arthur School. The event marked the 50th anniversary of the founding of the council Card Groups Had Meetings The H. G. CLUB met for pinochle Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Theodore Potthoff. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. 0. E. Heider; second, to Mrs. Louise Crete- man; and traveling, to Mrs. Ed Miller. The hostess served lunch. On Dec. 6 the club will be entertained in the home of Mrs. F. A. Stark. Mrs. J. C. Heider was hostess for the bi-weekly bridge- luncheon of the WEDNESDAY BRIDGE Club. Score prizes were presented to Mrs. M. J. Kelly and Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman. The next meeting will be Dec. 6. Thanksgiving Gifts are Packed children, all also be at the din-1 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Nolin at ner. Ralston was the setting for the wedding of their daughter, Gwen Ardeth, to William H. Childs at 11:30 a.m., Nov. 20. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Childs of Kingsport, Tenn. Officiating at the ceremony was the Rev. Paul Goodland of St. John's Episcopal Church, Ames. Mrs. V. L. Schwenk of Baltimore, Md., sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Best man was the bridegroom's brother-in-law, John Yount of (Times Herald New» Service) MANNING - Ruth Circle of the United Presbyterian Women met at the home of the chairman, Gladys Schmidt, Friday afternoon. Following Thanksgiving devotions by Alice Schrum, members packed Thanksgiving plates for shut- ins, and a large basket and box for the Plaza. A box of cookies also was prepared for a church member, Jack Ramsey, who is serving overseas in the armed forces. The group discussed items for the Mission parcel to be sent at Christmas to the Southwest mission stations. Ruth and Esther Circles will present the program at the Dec. 1 meeting of the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred David and Mrs. Julius Polzin attended the funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Carl David, 97, at Watertown, S.D., Tuesday, returning home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pratt and John, Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Pratt were Sunday evening guests in the Earl Blohm home near Audubon in observance of Susan Blohm's third birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Blohm and Julie of Audubon also were present. A For expert developing and A printing of your , films w. SERNETT'S be in charge of the service. Announcement of the event was made at the UPW's November meeting, attended by 27 members and a guest. Mrs. C. V. Dreeszen, president, opened with a poem, "I Know Three Things". The hymn "Now Thank We All Our God" was sung. Mrs. William Rich- j ardson was in charge of a praise service, assisted by sev- WOOL YEAR ENDS Growers were reminded Friday that the 1967 marketing year under the wool and mohair program ends December Durham, N.H. The bride's gown of candlelight lace was fashioned with fingertip lace sleeves and a satin train. Satin roses and lace accented her elbow-length veil. She carried a bouquet of white bridal roses. Mrs. Schwenk wore a dress in autumn gold color and carried yellow roses and chrysanthemums. F o 11 o w i n g the wedding a luncheon was served to the bridal party and members of the immediate families at the Redwood Inn, Jefferson. Mrs. Childs is a junior in English at Iowa State University, Ames. Her husband received his B.S. degree from M.I.T., Cambridge, Mass., and his M. S. degree from Iowa State University, where he is doing further graduate work in electrical engineering. 31. Carl R. Agricultural Cook, chairman, Stabilization and Conservation County Committee, explained that this means that payments for the current 1967 year will depend on completing all details of marketing eral other members. | either wool, mohair, or lambs, A potluck dinner will be held i by that date. Marketings corn- Dec. 14. pleted after December 31, 1967, Lunch was served by Mrs.'will become marketings in the Harold Gorman, assisted by 1968 marketing year, and thus Mrs. F. L. Barto and Mrs. Carl not eligible for payments until Bruns. ' ; early 1969. New Self Polishing Floor Cleaner Puts High Luster on Vinyl and Linoleum Floors in Carroll If your linoleum .or vinyl floors look yellow and dull from the wax you are using, here's a new floor cleaner that cleans as it polishes, gives an amazing new Lustre to hard surface floors. It's mirror clean, goes on quickly and easily and brightens up yellowed and dull floors in an amazing way. One trial can will make you truly happy with the beauty of your floors Get it at Bierl's Store of Floors Carroll IUXURY SEATING...LIVING ROOM COMFORT • Now Showing Top Attraction of 19671 COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents SIDNEY POITIER in JAMES CUWEtl'S FRODUCIION OF "TO SIR, WITH II TECHNICOLOR' Nightly at 7 & 9:10 Sunday at 1:15,3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:15 P.M.