Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 6, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 6, 1974
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Grand Regent Is Alternate To Convention TEMPLETON — Mrs. Ted . Langel, grand regent of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America announced at the Thursday meeting that she was elected alternate delegate to the national convention in California in July. She also reported on the convention she attended at Okoboji. The court will have a fancywork stand at the town celebration July 31. Mrs. Randy Behrens. financial secretary, gave the bi-annual report. A mass and May crowning preceded the meeting. Monica Wehn crowned the statue of Saint Mary and her attendants each placed a rose on the altar. Door prizes at the meeting were won by Mrs. George Brincks and Mrs. Lawrence Sibenaller. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ernest Rupiper, Mrs. Norbert Rupiper, and their committee. FOUR GRADUATE Four local students will receive degrees from the College of Saint Mary. Omaha. Neb., on May 11. Teresa Templemeyer and Jane Wernimont. both of Carroll, will be presented with bachelor of arts degrees. An associate in science will be received by Corinne Riesberg. Carroll, and an associate in arts by Dianne Bernholtz. Breda. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, May 6, 1974 7 Tables at Golden Circle Golden Circle Club held its general meeting at the clubrooms Saturday with Mrs. Herman Nieland and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn as hostesses for the evening. Pinochle was played at seven tables. Winning high and second for the women were Mrs. Winifred Conley and Mrs. Louise Fasbender. Joe Sanders and Leo Sellen won high and second for men. Mrs. Lucille Schriner kept the traveling prize and the tally prize went to Mrs. Nieland. Award Given To Legion Post LAKE CITY-Ralph Hoffmann of Carroll, 8th American Legion district vice commander, was a special guest at the May 1 dinner of the Lake City American Legion Post 31. held at the community building here. He presented Post 31 with a ribbon award for all-time high membership. The membership now numbers 153. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gorton held open house April 28 in their new home at 221 E. Monroe, Lake City. It was attended by 116 persons. Mrs. Cy Fonken registered the guests. Mrs. Glen Bull poured coffee. Mrs. Clifford Spencer received the door prize. Hinzes Note Anniversary and Birthdays Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hinze celebrated belated birthdays and their 53rd wedding anniversay with a dinner Sunday. Relatives attending were Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Champlin, Emma Olerich and Edna Weber of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Zeichek, Jenniver and Brent of Ralston, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Miller of Persia, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Bladt and Roger of Hamlin and Mr. and Mrs. James Barney of Logan. The afternoon was spent visiting and playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Hinze were presented with a purse, flowers and cards. Bride-Elect Is Honored About 40 guests attended a bridal shower for Sandy Bernholtz, given by her relatives Sunday afternoon at the OutReach Center. Decorations were in her colors, lavender and white. The table centerpiece featured a ceramic bride and groom made by Mrs. David Green. Mrs. Kenneth Bromert received the door prize. Miss Bernholtz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz, is the June 1 bride-elect of Tom Julich. son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Julich. Langel-Olberding Wedding on May 4 Presbyterians Marilyn Wilson and Hold Fashion ' show Sunday £d DeVries Wed Joyce Langel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langel of Templeton. became the bride of Randy Olberding, son of Mr. and Mrs. LuVern Olberding of Carroll, at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton on May 4. The I p.m. wedding mass was celebrated by the Rev. Eugene Schumacher. Lector was the bride's brother. Ron Langel. Mrs. Vernon Irlbeck. organist, accompanied the men's choir. Yellow snapdragons, white mums and orange carnations were used in the church setting. The bride, given in marriage by her parents, chose a gown of white organza over taffeta. The venise lace bodice had a high neckline and Victorian sleeves; the full skirt featured side panels of tiered ruffles and lace. Scalloped lace bands and tiered ruffling bordered her chapel train. Rows of lace edged her bouffant illusion veil and trimmed her headpiece. A detachable white orchid was included in her bouquet of white roses and carnations. Shirley Langel of Omaha was her sister's maid of honor. Her apricot silk organza dress wasstyled with a bubble-pleated bodice, high neckline, short sleeves and flared hemline. Wearing identical gowns, except in yellow, were her other attendants, Mrs. Dennis Mayer and Phyllis Kennebeck of Carroll. Matching Juliet headpieces with shoulder-length veils completed their costumes. They carried yellow and orange flowers. Flower girl was a groom's niece, Jill Olberding of Coulter. Best man was Denny Olberding of Fort Dodge; groomsmen were Duane Olberding of Coulter and John Olberding of Carroll. All are brothers of the groom. His nephew, Kurt Warnke, was ring bearer. Ron Langel and the groom's cousin, Mike Mosman of Carroll, ushered. A reception for 350 guests was held at the parish cafeteria in Templeton from 2 until 4 p.m. The bride and groom graduated from Kuemper High School in 1971 and 1970, respectively. She also graduated from C. E. School of Commerce, Omaha, in 1972 and is employed here by Housing Associates. Mr. Olberding works for Farmland Foods, Inc., also in Carroll, where they will live at 826 North Court Street after a western trip. JOHN PAUL Depend on Them at 6 PM KCCI-TV • DES MOINES Calendar MONDAY- Little Flower Study Club, 7 p.m..Tony's Rainbow Girls, 7p.m. Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Robert Bell, Manning Welcome Wagon Club. 8 p.m., hospital cafeteria Carroll LPN Unit G.N.O. Club. Mrs. Duane Schroeder TUESDAY- Farm Bureau Women Epsilon Chi. Mrs. Robert Steinberg Players 8. Mrs. Linus Goblirscn Pla-Mor. Mrs. John Porter H.N.H. Club. Mrs. Art Diers Community Club. Mrs. William J. Kanne Q-3-Tu Club. Gayle Schleisman Fortnighters. Swan Lake WEDNESDAY— Carroll Women's Bowling Assn. banquet, 7 p.m.. Red Carpet Lutheran Women's Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Russell Wunschel; Martha. Mrs. Lloyd Boers; Mary, Mrs. Herman Peters; Ruth, Mrs. Fred Berns; Sarah, Mrs. Irving Bliss Naomi Circle ALC, Mrs. Ray Schonberger Grant Township Homemakers, Pauline's Cafe, Mrs. Leo Wiederien Friendly Neighbor, Mrs. George Otto Golden Circle euchre G.T.O.B., Mrs. Frank Bielmaier Dealers 9, Mrs. Bernard Havermann Special for Mother's Day $12 88 cast a soft spe in woven kidskin Put your feet in a spell of woven softness. Open heel, open toe on an elegant heel. Great for women on the go! White or Tobacco kidskin. Reg. $18.00. Now $12.88. ELLERBROEK'S SHOES A mother-daughter style show, "Pattern for Living," was presented Sunday afternoon in the undercroft of the First United Presbyterian Church. Mrs. Roy Olson served as moderator for the humorous program. Models were Mrs. Robert Ferren, Peggy Reiter, Mrs. Glennie Prince, Mrs. C. R. Thomas. Linda Conrad, Mrs. Henry Hoff, Mrs. Robert Richardson, Mrs. John H. Fortune, Mrs. Lafe Schoenjahn and Mrs. Arthur N. Neu. Mrs. Gordon Wade was in charge of decorations, and Mrs. Ferren, programs. Dessert was served by representatives of the Presbyterian Men's Club, Roy Olson, Robert Woodhouse, Robert Merritt, Donald Dreessen and the Rev. Allan Peterson. Geranium plants which decorated the tables were awarded as prizes. About 75 attended. Marathon Bible Reading is Completed The marathon Bible reading which began on April 30, "A National Day of Humiliation, Fasting and Prayer," was concluded at Zion Lutheran Church in Auburn at 12:30 p.m. Friday. May 3. The Bible was read continuously 24 hours a day by youth members of Zion and St. Peter's Lutheran congregations in a period of 77 hours. Teams of two readers read every two hours as they came in from school, from their jobs or from their sleep at night. Just over 100 visitors stopped in during the reading to follow along. An opportunity was given to those present to make a contribution to Lutheran Bible translators whose task it is to help translate the Bible into the language of the 2000 Bibleless tribes that still remain in the world without the Bible in their native tongue. A total of $63.22 was offered toward this program. The members of the congregations and the community commended the youth for their exceptional task which they performed on their own without any difficulties. The members of the Covenant Lutheran Youth for Christ of the two congregations that participated are: Auburn — Rickv Sievers. Carlotta Letzring. Connie Vote, Scott Frank, Thomas Letzring, Cindy Vote. Jeffrey Sievers. Karen Graber. Lynn Mohr. Ronald Gansemer, Donald Gansemer. Timothy Letzring, Sandra Graber. Jeffrey Frank. Robin Hollander. Gayleen Schug. Breda — Debra M^hr, Gary Lietz, Brian Mohr, Lori Mohr. Wesley Mohr, Wayne Lietz. Lake View — Diane Buse. Lytton — Shelly Schultz, Robin Glasnapp, Dana Glasnapp. Sac City — Vicki Schug, Barbara Wulkow. Wall Lake — Barbara Schwan. Yetter — Mary Heaman, Rodney Drost. Audubon Honor Roll Announced AUDUBON — A total of 30 Audubon high school students achieved straight A grades for the third quarter of the school year. They include: FRESHMAN - Mary Asmus. Mitchell Jensen, Todd Jensen, Jan Jorgensen, Sandra Kneeikem and Lori Mullenger. SOPHOMORES - Mark Asmus, Duane Jensen, LuAnn Laraen, Colleen Merk, Pam Obermeier. Eileen Ostebee, Rodney FUttenborg, Jerry Schmidt, William Weeks and Doug Wetziteing. JUNIORS — Marlys Broich, Holly Jorgensen, Kathy Sievers and Robert Weber. SENIORS — Patricia Barren, Cheryl Christoffersen, Donna Dentlinger, Cindy L. Hansen, Shed Jorgensen, Molly Riser, Alan Noelck, Annette Runs, Nancy Spies. Timmi Turner, and Renee Wall. Others named to the honor roll were: FRESHMAN — David Asmus. Brenda Barnes. Betsv Grabill. Teri Hupp, Barbara Jensen, John Juelsgaard, Dean Kristensen. Mirk McLaughling, Wayne Thygesen, SherilynSeverin. SOPHOMORES - Wanda Kay Baker, Dwight Barnes. Debra Buckner, Linda Campbell, Neal Campbell, Stuart Hadley, Karla J. Hansen, Kim Hansen. Gail Haubrich, Susan Hoffman, Julie Lansman. Mike Olsen, Julie Peterson, Kacy Ross, Lorri Spies, Kathy Stoberl, Pam Stolz, and Kay Wenia. JUNIOKS - JoKllen Albertsen. Alice Andersen, Davide Barnes, Lori Blohm, John Chirstensen, Sherrl Clemmensen, Ori Dentlinger, Diane Frevert, Lome Hansen, Allaegra Hanson, Patricia Haubrich, Steve Hofer, Don Jacobsen, Jocelyn Krauel, Kay Lauritaen. Tim Lauritsen, Kathleen Madsen, Mary Madsen, Lori Nelson, Cindy Owen, Cathy Petersen. SKNIOHS - Sandra Uorkowski, Kosemary Campbell, Patricia Evans, Rick Hadley, Joni Haubrich, Carol James, Dean Jensen, Ann Juelsgaard, Mary Kaiser, Debra Olsen, Jennifer Rasmussen, Marvin Rasmussen, Karen Staub, Sheryl Vorm. LAKE CITY - Marilyn Wilson of Ml. Etna and Ed DeVries of Lake City were wed in a 7 p.m. candlelight, ceremony here May 4 at Woodlawn Christian Church. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilson of Ml. Etna and Mr. and Mrs. Martin DeVries of Lake City. The Rev. John Holland read the double ring service. Mr. Wilson gave his daughter in marriage. Maid of honor and best man were the couple's sister and brother, Lola Wilson of Independence, Mo., and Bill DeVries of Lake City. Another sister, Mrs. Dorothy Campbell of Kansas City, Mo., was Party Honors Miss Dinges At Retirement Florence Dinges, a local telephone operator for 40 years, was honored at a retirement party at the Elk's Club Saturday evening. Theme of the party was "Toasting Florence Dinges." The event was attended by 135 of Miss Dinges' relatives, friends and co-workers. Donald Feldt was master of ceremonies. Howard Bockhaus of Des Moines former manager of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company here, and Eleanor Stangl, chief of operators when Miss Dinges was hired, spoke briefly. Mrs. Betty DeMain, traffic manager, presented Miss Dinges with a gift, a May basket containing a money tree and the honored guest's headphone, which was gilded. A life membership in the Telephone Pioneers of Amerfca. Club 71 was bestowed on Miss Dinges by Alice Nair. Mrs. William Ebersole presented her with a life membership in the Communication Workers of America union. G. W. Harnack read an original Shakespearean style poem, and Shirley Eischeid and Mrs. Ronald Kerwood presented a skit on Miss Dinges' days as a school teacher. Robert Olerich of Carnarvon was the mystery guest, praising Miss Dinges for the good telephone service she gave him early in the morning. Lawrence Dinges of Denver and Morris Schenkelberg, Sioux City. spoke on behalf of Miss Dinges' family. WURZER TO GRADUATE Marvin A. Wurzer of Willey will receive a doctor of jurisprudence degree from the University of Houston in Texas during spring commencement ceremonies on May 11. The university's president Philip G. Hoffman will confer the degrees and diplomas, and Dr. Charles Berry, president of the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, will deliver the commencement address. YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW 'rf, CAPRK LAKE CITY bridesmatron and Rod DeVries was groomsman. Diane and David Campbell were flower girls and ring bearer. Ushers were Larry DeVries, Rick McLain, Jim and John Wilson. Decorating the front of the church was a basket of blue carnations and white snapdragons. The bride's floor-length gown was fashioned of white satin in empire style with a yoke and long full sleeves of chiffon. The bodice, stand-up collar and cuffs were lace-covered, and lace trimmed the A-line skirt. A satin cap held her long veil of nylon net. She carried blue carnations and white roses. Her attendants were attired in blue. The reception was held in the church parlors after the ceremony. The bride is a graduate of Corning High School and has been employed in Des Moines by the American Republic Insurance Company. Her husband graduated from Lake C-ty High School and is employed here by ARCO and Meyer's DX service station. After a short trip, Mr. and Mrs. DeVries will live one mile south of Lake City. 10th Year Is Noted by Dance Club The Left Footer's Square Dance Club, Glidden and Scranton held its 10th anniversary dance at the City hall in Glidden Sunday night. Area callers included John Bassett. Fred Caulkkins, Mrs. V.V.Olesen and Bill Hill. Mrs. Olesen is the current club caller; Mr. Hill was the first presidsent. Thirty couples attended. A special attraction was a dance demonstration presented by eight students from Carroll Community High School. In the group were Cheryl Gehlsen, Mike Cattermole, Joyce Loehr, Patty Schaefer, Jim Sides, Clifford Stroh, Beth Peterson and Kevin Deen. Door prizes were awarded and lunch was served. The club's next dance, also at Glidden, will be held June 7 with Lowell Schaaf as caller GRADUATES Michael Schaeuble, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schaeuble of Carroll graduated from South Dakota State University Saturday with a degree in the college of pharmacy. He will be employed with Osco Drugs inKokomo, Ind. Ends Tuesday Shows At 7:00 & 9:00 P.M. A STORY FOR EVERY ONE WHO THINKS THEY CAN NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN. Cinderella Uberty 2 Days Only! Wed. and Thurs. 7:00 and 9:00 P.M. After all that hard work, a beautiful hardworking Seiko. Case and bracelet exquisitely joined in one smooth line. White top/ stainless steel back, contrasting Seiko blue dial. A great graduation gift. 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