Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 13, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 13, 1974
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Jane Wendl, Mark Klocke Are Married DEDHAM — Jane Wendl. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wendl of Dedham, and Mark Klocke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klocke of Templeton. were wed at 7 p.m. May 10 in St. Mary's Church at Willey. Carnations in the bride's colors, yellow and apricot, decorated the altar for the double ring ceremony at which the Rev. John McGuirk officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and attended by her sisters. Jean Wendl as maid of honor and Ruth Wendl. Darrell Eischeid was best man and Bill Wieland, groomsman. Providing the nuptial music were Mary Jo Brincks. organist; Joni Seidl. Cathy Berger', Denise Snyder and Mary Ludwig, vocalists. NOW THRU TUES. Evenings: 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Matinee: 2:00 P.M. Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous man alive-an honest c STARTS WED. "BUTCH CASSIDY and the SUNDANCE KID" Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday. May 13, 1974 H llltllMtitlltlllllttlllttlllllMIMItlMtltttfllM Ushers were brothers of the couple. Jim Wendl and Kevin Klocke. An 8:30 reception for 250 guests was held at the Elk's Club in Carroll. The bride wore a gown of white batiste voile, fashioned with full-length sleeves. Rustic white cotton lace was ruffled around the lower edge of the gown and also accented the waist. She carried a bouquet of orange roses, yellow daisies, white carnations and baby's breath. For her attendants she chose empire style frocks of polyester crepe featuring V-necklines with lace-edged collars. The maid of honor wore yellow and carried apricot carnations. The bridesmaid's dress was apricot and her flowers, yellow. Mr. and Mrs. Klocke received their educations at Kuemper High School, Carrolj. Mr. Klocke is engaged in farming. Party Honors Bride-Elect A bridal shower honoring Linda Rice of Omaha was given at the home of Mrs. Walter Mohr in Carroll Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Donald Mohr was also a hostess. Miss Rice is the June 22 bride-elect of Dr. James Peterson of Omaha. Corsages were presented to Miss Rice, her mother and grandmother. After a social afternoon, the honoree opened her gifts. Refreshments were served from a table centered with pink carnations and white daisies, the bride-elect's chosen colors. Guests in the group of 16 attended from Odebolt, Ida Grove, Lake View, Wall Lake, Sac City, Breda and Carroll. Enjoy the Colonel's Light Lunch only 95« Daily Between 11 A.M. & 3 P.M. It's light but very satisfying Here's what you get: * 2 pcs. of Finger Lickin' Chicken * Crisp Cole Slaw *A delicious roll K«ntiw ky fried i—. Hwy. 30 & Court St. 792-1677 CARROLL M«mb«r Carroll Chamber of Commwt* 50th Anniversary . . . The children of Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners of Halbur invite friends and relatives to an open house reception Sunday. May 19. in honor of the couple's golden wedding anniversary. The event will be held in St. Augustine's parish hall from 2 until 4 p.m. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Hinners were married at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton by the lage Msgr. F. H. Huesmann. Their children are Mrs. Ted (Jeanette) Eischeid of Carroll. Mrs. Ray (Margie) Hacker of Halbur. Mrs. Henry (Delores) Darveaux of Pipestone. Minn.. Donald and Vernon of Manning. Arden of Arcadia. Larry. Richard and Jack of Manning. Brunch Fetes Two Women A joint bridal shower Saturday at the Carroll Country Club honored Cheri Klocke and Barbara Collison. Hostesses for the 10 a.m. brunch were Mrs. Douglas Drees, Mrs. Howard Drees and Mrs. Donald Drees. About 20 guests attended, and the brides-elect opened their gifts. Miss Klocke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klocke. In New Job Richard D. Muhlbauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Muhlbauer of Halbur, graduated May 11 from the University of Nebraksa at Omaha with a B. S. degree in business administration. He is with Genuine Parts of Omaha. His wife is the former Jeannine Rupiper. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Rupiper of Roselle TO BE HONORED Mrs. Clark Rasmussen of West Des Moines, whose husband is a Democratic candidate for governor, will be honored at a coffee in Carroll Wednesday, May 15. The courtesy will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the Iowa Public Service building. GOOD NEWS DELUXE ZIG-ZAG FASHION MATE sewing machine REG. 119.95 CARRYING CASE OR CABINET EXTRA built-in blind-hem, fashion, zigzag stitches, other conveniences. FIRST SALE EVER OF THE FUTURA' sewing machine ! Carrying case included. •"•'Mr Model 900/581 SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. •A Tudenurk of THE SINGER COMPANY Copyright <D 1974 THE SINGER COMPANY. All Rights Reserved Throughout the World. will become the bride of Mark Collison on May 25 at St. Lawrence Church. Miss Collison and Mike Mosman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Olver (Bud) Mosman, will be married on June 29 at St. Lawrence. Miss Collison and Mark Colison's parents are Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Collison. Calendar MONDAY— Si. L awrence Guild Rebekah Lodge Presbyterian Guild potluck, church Octavettes, Mrs. Steve Collison TUESDAY- Challengers, Colette Stork Red Cross disaster program, 12 noon, Hospital education room P.E.G., Mrs. Gordon Wade E.S.A. Picnic Delta Dek, Mrs. J. R. Grey Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. Karl Hoffman High Bidders,,Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Spela Kort, Mrs. Robert Quinn Town and Country Club, Mrs. Louis Hannasch F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Leo Augustine Golden Circle bridge A. B. Club, Mrs. Guy Jones Tally-Hi Club, Mrs 1 . Jack Webber Jokers, Mrs. William Baumhover Trumpettes, no-hostess dinner A.B.C. Club. Mrs. M.H. Van Valkenburg. B.F.F.Club F.F.F. Club. Mrs. Leon Masching Honorettes. Mrs. Richard Bard Jollyettes. Mrs. Tom Underberg Double Four Club, Mrs. Richard Hartzell Club Gives 2 Corsages Golden Circle Club met in regular session Saturday night at the clubrooms, where hostesses were Mrs. Ed Hannasch and Mrs. Louise Fasbender. As a special feature the club gave two corsages. Recipients were Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Elva Eike. Pinochle was played, with Mrs. Fasbender and Mrs. Rosina O'Tool winning score prizes for women and Conrad Reising and Victor Wernimont, for men. Mrs. William Meshek and Mrs. Joe Sanders were awarded the traveling and tally prizes, respectively. Women to Hear Candidates Three candidates seeking the Democratic nomination for the 55th representative district in the June 4 primary will speak at the Carroll County Democratic Women's Club meeting at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 16 at the IPS meeting room. The candidates are Jim Ryerson and Carroll Perkins, both of Jefferson, and Mrs. Jo Garst, Coon Rapids. A member of the League of Women Voters will explain the League's new booklet, "Where is Our Revenue Sharing Money Going?'' No reservations are needed for the meeting. All members and interested persons are urged to attend. A committee will serve dessert and coffee. RECOVERING Leslie P. Wegner. 28. of Gray, driver of a truck involved in an accident on the interstate highway near Geneseo, 111., May 9, is recovering in Moline Public Hospital, Moline, 111. Wenger's truck was loaded with steel coils. It was in collision with another truck carrying a load of catsup which was spilled on the highway. The steering mechanism on Wegner's truck failed, he reported. Wegner suffered compound fractures of an arm and leg. He is in room 350 at the hospital. ThelresTle proudly presents JOHNNY GREENE 'Whatever they want to hear!' is Johnny Greene's response when asked what kind of songs he sings. Versatile Johnny teams up with the very talented Donna Mickey and a swinging group whose instrumentation includes organ, guitar, bass, and drums. They are a fun and likeable group of performers. Takes Job — Thomas J. Schwaller. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert J. Schwaller of Templeton. graduated with a bachelor of science degree in business administration at Creighton University. Omaha. Neb., on Saturday. He is a member of Beta Alpha Psi National Honary Accounting Fraternity and will be employed by Elmer Fox and Company in Omaha. Two Couples Are Honored The 49th wedding anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchell of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Demo Evanoff of Templeton were celebrated at a party Friday night at the Evanoff home. Participating in the courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wiese of Denison, Lawrence Thielke, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetzinger. The group brought lunch. The evening was spent playing cards. GUILD DINNER St. Lawrence Ladies Guild will have a catered dinner at 7 p.m. Monday. May 13. in the school cafeteria following a 6:30 mass and preceding the monthly business meeting. Women attending are to bring their own table service and may pay the 75-cent fee at the door. The Rev. James Smith will speak on "Holy Eucharist" and a variety of games will conclude the evening. Imperial Tnn Boone, Iowa Make It a complete evening by dining at one of our line restaurants Res. (515) 432-4322 til Reign at KHS Prom . . . Royalty for the Kuemper High School prom were named during the dance Saturday night. Seated are the queen and king, Amy Friedman and Bill Neumeyer. From left, standing, i • • i 11 Vanderheiden Studio Photo are Michelle Danzer, Ken Comstock, Denise Rupiper, Paul Glass, Iris Sibenal- ler, Steve Nees, Debbie Auen and Nick Beiter. Clinic Schedule Set for County LAKE CITY - The blood pressure screening clinic sponsored by Steward Memorial Hospital, McCrary-Rost Clinic, the hospital auxiliary of Stewart Hospital, and the county health nurses is now announced to be county-wide with the following schedule: May 13, Cowrie, V.F.W. Hall, 9 a.m.-12;May 13, f'arnhamville, Stringer's Grocery, 1-3 p.m.;May 14, Lanesboro, Community Savings Bank, 9 a.m.-12;May Fellowship Group Names New Officers Dennis Miller was elected president of St. Paul Lutheran Church's Christian Fellowship Society for the coming year Sunday night at Swan Lake State Park. The new slate also includes Gary Bluhm, vice president; Mrs. Marvin Toft, secretary; and Charles Smith, treasurer. The business meeting was preceded by a potluck supper ,and steak fry at the east shelter house. Guests in addition to 26 members and several of their children were Dr. and Mrs. Arthur Mally of Lake City and Mrs. Ora Davis of Beaver Crossing, Neb. Mr. Miller conducted the meeting as vice president. Dr. Malley, a veterinarian, presented the program which included slides taken during a recent visit to Chinas. Three Hundred hogs were taken on the trip in 1973 in a program to assist the Chinese in improving their pork production. Host couples for the evening were the Gilbert Klindts, Arlo Bucks and Denis Schircks. The Harvey Fleshners arranged the program. Mr. Miller gave the closing devotions. This was the Society's last regular meeting of the season. On June 16, after the close of vacation Bible school, there will be a congregational potluck picnic and an afternoon of games. FINAL MEETING The Kuemper Parents Club will hold its final meeting of the school year on May 15 at 8 p.m. The program will be shared by Sr. Joanne Moeller of the home economics department and Charles Van Hecke of the track department. Parents of eighth graders and other prospective Kuemper students are invited to the meeting. 14, Jolley L&L General Store, 9-11 a.m.;May 14, Pomeroy, Public Library, 12-3p.m.;May 14, Margaret's Beauty Shop, 9 a.m.-12;May 14, Auburn Savings Bank, 9 a.m.-12;May 15, Rockwell City, basement of court house, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.;May 15 and 16, Lake City, Lake City State Bank and Super Value store, 9 a.m.-3 p.m.;May 16, Manson, Iowa-Illinois Gas and Electric, 9 a.m.-12;May 16, Lytton Savings Bank, 1-3 p.m.; May 17, Lake City State Bank and the Super Valu Store, 5-7 p.m. The clinic is being held in observance of National Hospital Week, and there is no charge. CORRECTION In a picture of a fourth grade fashion show at Fairview Elementary School in Saturday's paper, one of the youngsters was incorrectly identified. The narrator for the presentation shown was Jim White, not Jim Huffman. Visit San Francisco tonight by long distance. 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