Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 18, 1974 · Page 4
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May 18, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Deborah Kramer is £? w , s !fl e Elected by Married at Wi I ley Altar society Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, May 18, 1974 Deborah Kramer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kramer of Carroll, and David Meiers of Colorado Springs. Colo., were married in a 1 p.m. ceremony May 18 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Willey. The groom, stationed with the Army at Fort Carson. Colo., is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meiers of Carroll. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. James Fangman. Terry Halbur played the organ and guitar and also sang. In keeping with the bride's chosen colors, the church was decorated with yellow chrysanthemum plants bowed with lavender satin. The bride was given in marriage by her parents. Her long gown of white crystalette had long tapered sleeves with lace at the wrists. The empire * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete •elMticn viU pleaM tftrf yet to priee* «r» QJe* STONE'S 110 W. 6th— Carroll bodice featured a pearl-trimmed lace yoke and a high stand-up collar. Motifs of lace also enhanced the skirt above a wide flounce. Completing her attire was a chapel-length veil train trimmed in lace. Her bouquet of white carnations and yellow roses was in cascade design. Maid of honor was Deb Peterson of Texas. Barbara Lehrter of Carroll and Karen Meiers of Colorado Springs were bridesmaids and Beverly Kramer, junior bridesmaid. Their princess-style dresses of yellow dotted Swiss trimmed with daisy medallions had short puffed sleeves and high necks with stand-up collars. They carried bouquets of white daisies and baby's breath with lavender ribbon showers. Attending the groom were Jim Meiers of Colorado Springs, best man: Don Meiers and Dean Cerny of Fairbury. Neb., groomsmen; and Jeff Berndt. junior groomsman! Ushers were Steve Kramer and Steve Weeks. The reception was held at the Farm Bureau building in Carroll from 2 until 4 p.m. Mrs. Meiers graduated this year from Glidden-Ralston High School and her husband, from Carroll Community High School in 1973. After May 22 their address will be 4348 North Chestnut, Apt. 104. Colorado Springs. 80907. RELAXES BAN LONDON (AP) -Officials at the posh Ritz Hotel report that their ban on pipe smoking has been gradually relaxed over the years. The restaurant receptionist says: "Pipe smoking isn't the sort of thing that happens often at the Ritz. The prejudice probably dates back to when the pipe was a symbol of the working class." ROSELLE - Holy Angels Altar Society, meeting here Thursday night in the parish hall, elected a new slate of officers for the coming year. Mrs. Dale Brincks was elected president; Mrs. Robert Nagl, vice president; Mrs. Gerald Schreck, secretary; Mrs. Ronald Dopheide, treasurer; Mrs. Ernest Rupiper, parish representative; and Mrs. Harold Eich, card chairman. They will take over in August. The outgoing president, Mrs. Jerry Rupiper. offered the opening prayer. She thanke'd those who had cleaned the parish hall and announced that Group 1 will clean in July. A report of recent DCCW meetings was given by Mrs. Alice Stitz. The graduation breakfast will be served May 26. with mothers of 7th and llth grade students assisting. The women also discussed the Aug. 15-16 church centennial celebration. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gary Rupiper, Mrs. Arby Neppl, Mrs. Norbert Rupiper, Mrs. Andres Daniel. Mrs. Mario Weitl and Mrs. Schreck. ' On the lunch committee were Mrs. Merlin Haverman. Mrs. Leo Brincks, Mrs. "Norbert Hahn. Mrs. Daniel. Mrs. Clarence Brincks. Mrs. Gerald Haubrich. Mrs. Dopheide and Mrs. Robert Haverman. NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEflTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-Lake City Phone 464-3281 At Home ... Mr. and Mrs. Randy Olberding are at home at 826 North Court .Street,,,Car roll, following their May 4 wedding at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton and a trip to western states. Mrs. Olberding is the former Joyce Langel. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langel of Templeton. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. LuVern Olberding of Carroll. •K.TOM LAUGHLIN • DELORES TAYLOR .»**, CLARK HOWAT • tow** * fWK M* TERESA OMSTMA httfuc* b, UWY ROSE SOUI • Oiircitd by T. C. FRANK A Nilionil Sludtnl Film Cwjwitioi Production • TECHNICOLOR 0 Cctohrito* W.rnw » M. WWi AnriwrMry Q A W.rn.f Communle.lloni Comp»n» PG STARTS WEDNESDAY Carroll, Iowa — Carroll D.I. Perry, Iowa — Perry STARTS THURSDAY Ft. Dodge, Iowa —Astro 4 Joyce AA. Heithoff Weds Phi I Simons Late Summer Wedding . . . Mr. and Mrs. Merle Olberding of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter. Cynthia Marie, to Jerald R. Boyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald Boyd of Scranton. Miss Olberding, a graduate of Americana Academy of Beauty, is employed at the Leftwich Style Salon in Boone. Her fiance is employed at the Clover Farm Grocery. Store in Scranton. An Aug. 31 wedding is planned. Beckmaiis Call In Minnesota ARCADIA - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Beckman recently returned from a week's visit in the Leonard Buelt home at Waltham. Minn. Mrs. Ned Reiman spent Mother's Day until Wednesday in the Arden Reiman home at Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rodman and daughters of Sioux City spend Mother's Day weekend in the Daniel Booth home. The Roland Booth family of Guthrie Center were Sunday callers. Mrs. Ben Leiting of Arcadia returned from St. Joseph Hospital in Omaha May 11 and is convalescing in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Leiting home at Coon Rapids. STATE ELK OFFICER Henry Schoenjahn of Carroll was elected tiler of the Iowa Elks Association today during the spring convention at Davenport. The marriage of Joyce M. Heithoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heithoff, and Phil Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simons, all of Carroll, took place at Roselle on Saturday, May 18. The Rev. Richard Macke officiated at the 1 p.m. double ring ceremony in Holy Angels Church which was decorated with spring flowers in the birde's colors, light pink and white. Attending the .bride, who was given in marriage by her father, were her; sister, Mrs. Tom Boes as matron of honor; the groom's sister-in-law, Mrs. Tom Simons. Debra Klocke and Joyce Pietig. Flower girl was her neice, Jodi Morenz. Five Tables at Card Party The Friday afternoon pinochle party at the Golden Circle clubrooms attracted players for five tables. Mrs. Ann Hagedorn was hostess. Mrs. Leo Augustine and Mrs. Nancy Hackett tied for high score and each received a prize. The traveling prize was kept by Mrs. Ernestine Sanders and the tally prize went to Mrs. Harry Laurinat. Woman Attends Conference Of Hospital Group WESTSIDE - Sunday evening guests of Mrs. Henry Kroeger were Kathleen Tounget, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Kroeger, and Rhonda Kroeger of Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Kroeger and sons of Pocahontas were Sunday noon callers. Sunday evening visitors in the Louis Rickers home were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meals. Becky and Brian of Ames, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bruce of Manilla. Sunday dinner guests in the Irvin Heires home were Mr. and Mrs. Dale Koester and family of Shenandoah. Mrs. Howard Hugg attended the Upper Mid West Hospital Association Conference at Minneapolis Tuesday through Friday. Tom Simons was his brother's best man. Groomsmen were the bride's brother, Gene Heithoff, Randy Pietig and Dan Heiman. Ushers were their brothers, Glenn Heithoff and Bob Simons. Marilyn Brincks was organist and Julie Gach, guitarist. Linda Knobbe, Jackie Reineke, Laurie Seidl. Joyce Staiert, Kris Meyer and Karen Lenz sang. The bride's white organza gown was styled with a fitted bodice and a circular skirt banded with lace at the hemline. Ruffles enhanced the modified scoop neckline and long fitted sleeves. Her mantilla veil, caught to a small lace cap, fell in three lace-edged tiers to form a train. The pastel pink chiffon frocks worn by her attendants and flower girl had wedding band necklines, double bishop sleeves and A-line skirts. The bride and flower girl carried nosegays of pink pixie carnations and red roses amid clouds of baby's breath. Her attendants' bouquets were clusters of mint green carnations and pink baby's breath. A reception for 350 guests was held from 2:30 until 4:30 at the Arcadia Legion hall, after which the couple left for a week's trip to the Black Hills in South Dakota. The bride and groom graduated from Kuemper in 1973 and 1971, respectively. Mr. Simons is employed at Peters Motors in Carroll. After May 25 their address will be Route 3. Carroll. Vicki Fuller Tom Harkin. Democratic candidate for Fifth District Congressman, talks to citizens at a coffee held in his honor at the home of the Robert Bruners. BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! Just for the fun of it! NOW THRU TUESDAY Eves: 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS. 'BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KID 1 Panavision* • Color by Deluxe* |PG)«E&. , Gannon Hosted — Approximately 75 persons attended an informal gathering for William Gannon, Mingo, at the David Collison home Friday night. Gannon is seeking the Democratic nomination for governor in the June 4 primary. Talking with Gannon, above, is Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier, of Carroll. Head of Hospital Resigns Calendar SUNDAY- Rainbow Girls installation, 2 p.m., Masonic Temple Monday- Holy Spirit Women's Guild Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Thomas Lambert Rainbow Girls W.B.C. Club, Mrs. Robert Christensen G.N.O. Club. Mrs. Wilbert Lussman Vicki Fuller was guest of honor at a courtesy luncheon Friday at the home of Mrs. Merrill Rogers. Hostesses were Mrs; Rogers and Mrs. Merle Dahn. Twelve guests attended, and the hostesses presented a gift to the bride-elect. Decorations were in Miss Fuller's colors of purple and lavender. On June 22, Miss Fuller will marry Randy Plotz. Harkin Guest at a Coffee Tom Harkin. Democratic candidate for U.S. Congress in the Fifth Congressional District, predicted Friday that the national economy "is going to get a lot worse before it gets any better." Harkin was a guest at a coffee held here in his honor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner. Between 35 to 40 attended. "With the Nixon Recession on the doorstep, and a 14 per cent rate of inflation over the last twelve months. I'd say we have an unprecedented mess in the national economy," Harkin declared, "and a major cause is simply government which listens less to people and more to special interests." "The citizens of Iowa are my economic advisers." Harkin said. "They're the ones who feel the pinch first, and they're the ones Congress should listen to first — they know more about the practical effects of economic mis judgment than Chairman Arthur Burns of the Federal Reserve Board!" •'Economics is too important to leave in the hands of bureaucrats." Harkin declared, "and it is time for the Congress to shake off its drowsiness, shoo away the swarm of buzzing lobbyists, and start paying attention to human beings for a change." MANNING - Emily Schelldorf, administrator at Manning General Hospital for the past 24 years has submitted her resignation. She will continue to work in the hospital as administrator until a replacement can be secured. Miss Schelldorf gave health reaons for resigning. The May meeting of the United Methodist Women was held at the church on May 9, with Mrs. Gerald Sebring, president, in charge. The senior breakfast will be held on May 19 with Mary Circle in charge. The annual School of Missions will be held on June 28-30 at Westmar College in LeMars. Interested persons should contact Mrs. Sebring. The county extension council will sponsor a trip to the Amana Colonies on June 20-21. Reservations are complete, but names can be put on a waiting list if there should be cancellations. It was voted to donate to the "One Way Trio", the vocal group from Buena Vista who were guests at the church service recently. The June meeting will be a potluck dinner at 12:30 with U.M.W. Arcadia Woman Sees Daughter ARCADIA — Spending Mother's Day in the Harold Renze home in Omaha was her mother Mrs. Louis Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Chapman of Waterloo spent Mother's Day weekend in the Warren Andersen home. Leona Ehlers and Mrs. Minnie Ehlers accompanied Art Ehlers of Denison to Greenfield Saturday. They visited with Mrs. Paul Ehlers in the Gilbert Rogers home. Karen Dreier Complimented MANNING — Karen Dreier was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower on May 10. The evening was spent playing games with the nrizes being given to the bride-to-be. Following the members over 70 years of age as special guests. LOSE 10-20-30 POUNDS! Easy To Lose Lbs. Fast With New Vitamin T Diet HOLLYWOOD (Special) — New scientific discoveries have produced a Vitamin E diet that quickly works wonders on overweight people, and reportedly is gaining great popularity across the country with glowing reports of easy weight loss "while still eating almost as much as you want." Those who follow the simple Vitamen E diet report an average loss of at least a pound a day and even more without exercise or starvation. Nutritionists' files are bulging with happy testimonials from formerly overweight people who are now trim and slim again. Best of all. you can still eat almost as much as you want of the "forbidden foods" like steak, chicken, fish, sauces, gravies, bacon & eggs 'and still lose weight. Chewable (candy-like I vitamin E tablets, as used in the diet plan, contain a new scientific combination of ingredients that quickly curbs and controls the appetite, while also giving the won- derous benefits of Vitamin E which is so essential to good health. The use of the new Vitamin E Diet tablets and foods prescribed in the plan will, through natural action, act to help your body use up excess fat. According to recent clinical test, a person who is deficient in Vitamin E or Protein "will double the speed of fat utilization" with the 'ise of Vitamin E. E-DIET AVAILABLE To get a copy of this highly successful diet and E Tablets, send $5.00 for 10 day supply (or $7.00 for 20 day supply or $10.00 for 30 day supply) to: DIET-E-TABS. Dept. M8. games, Miss Dreier opened 20160 Allentown Dr.. her gifts. Lunch was served by Woodland Hills. Calif. 91364 the hostess Carolyn Dreier. (Unconditional money-back Ten guests attended. guarantee if not'satisfied). TONIGHT DORIS DAY stars in WED. & THURS. ONLY May 22 & 23 Allen Font's 1st Candid Camera Feature Film Rated X "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY?" FRLSALSUN. 2 SMASH HITS HERBIS1. LESSONS THEY TAUGHT MORE THAN THEY LEARNED SHE CORRUPTED THE YOUTHFUL MORALITY OF AN ENTIRE SCHOOL! BALLAD OF JOSIE at 11:30 It's quick-draw Doris! When she goes West, the West goes chicken. "The Ballad of Josie" co-stars Peter Graves, George Kennedy, and Andy Devine. (color) V at GARY COOPER stars in HIGH NOON Classic adult western about a marshal!* who must face a killer he sent to prison, and the town's cowardly refusal to help. Grace Kelly co-stars, (color) TV KCCI DES MOINES CH. 78 • CARROU

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