Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 25, 1974 · Page 4
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Maria Mueller is Wed in Louisiana The chapel on the campus of Centenary College in Shreveport, La., was the setting for the wedding of Maria Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller of Carroll, and Robert Dean Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee Williams of Orange. Tex., at 4 p.m. Saturday. May 25. Honor attendants were the bride's sister. Stephanie Mueller of Carroll, and Ed Merritt of Clarksdale, Miss. Sue Kelso of Carroll was bridesmaid and Chad Carnahan of Sulphur. La., groomsman. Guests were ushered by Clint Hahn of Beaumont. Tex., and Mark McMurry of Shreveport. The bride's father gave her in marriage. For her afternoon wedding the bride chose a white dress of organdy over taffeta, fashioned with a high bodice and jeweled neckline of Alencon lace. She wore a white Milan picture hat with a brim of the same lace and a short tulle veil over a long train. Her bouquet featured white daisies. The maid of honor and bridesmaid were attired in dresses of blue and white striped silk seersucker enhanced with small rows of pink flowers. Each carried a nosegay of pink and white flowers with accents of navy straw flowers and navy velvet ribbons. Pink and white cut flowers, and navy straw flowers ajso were used in decorating the-cn'apel altar. - Cindy BU'C.knef of Le Co'mpte;, La., was organist for .the double ring'wedding. Vocal-soloist was Connie Johnson of -Estherville. The ceremony was followed by a reception for 200 guests at Jaye's in Shreveport. Mrs. Williams attended Gulf Park College at Gulfpark. Miss., and will graduate May 26 from Centenary College at Shreveport. Her sorority is Chi Omega. Her husband attended Lamar University. Lamar, Tex., and graduated from Centenary College in 1972. He was affiliated with Kappa Sigma fraternity. The couple will spend their honeymoon in the South and will live in Orange until September. They will reside then in Arlington, Tex., where Mr. Williams will attend the University of Texas graduate school. Debra Klocke Bride Of Steve DeAAey Mrs. Robert Dean Williams Cheri Klocke Wed To Mark Collison Cheri Klocke and Mark Collison, both of Omaha. Neb.. were wed at 1 p.m. May 25 in St. Lawrence Church here by the Rev. James McAlpin. They were given in marriage by their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klocke and Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Collison, all of Carroll, before an altar decorated with white daisy pompons and pink carnations. Lector was Frank Comito. Nancy. Tjacy and Allan Collison carried by offering. Musicians were Claudia Simons. Julie Gach, Julie Pollastrini. Jane Tacke. Marilyn Steffes, Mary Kay Mosher and Diane Reicks. Richard Collison and Wayne Bruening ushered. Maid of honor was Deb Collison.' Molly Burgess and Rae Jean Westendorf of Carroll. DebBohnenkamp and Jan Daniel of Omaha were bridesmaids. Junior bridesmaid was Susie Morrrian and flower girl. Tara Tigges. Jerry Suolan of Agat. Guam, was best man. Groomsmen were Randy Nees, Rich Bellinghausen, Mike Frank and Tom Greteman. Twins Chris and David Klocke of Mankato. Minn., carried the rings. The bride was dressed in white and soft pink and carried a cascade of pink roses, baby's breath and ivy. Her crystallene sheer gown was appliqued with pink lace and pearls and had a pink satin bow and streamers in back. The lace-covered empire bodice had a stand-up collar and Camelot sleeves and the A-line skirt ended in a flounce that surrounded the chapel-length train. Her hat of organza, lace and ribbon featured a veil with large back bow. Her attendants' dresses of white nylon over pink dots were flocked with pink floral designs. They were styled with fitted bodices, gathered skirts and pink sashes. Miss Collison wore a pink picture hat and the others, white. They carried pink and white daisies in wicker baskets. After a reception for 425 guests at the Elk's Lodge the couple left for a week's trip to western states. They will live at 10821 Western Plaza. No. 16. Omaha, 68154. Mrs. Collison is an accountant for Dahl Vendors Company and the groom is a pre-med student at Creighton University. Debra Klocke of Carroll, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klocke of Templeton, became the bride of Steve DeMey. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward DeMey of Carroll, at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton oh May 25. The Rev. Eugene Schumacher was celebrant of the 1 p.m. nuptial mass which was followed by a reception for 325 guests from 2 until 4 in the parish school hall. Altar bouquets of pink carnations and white daisies set the color theme of the double ring ceremony. Miss Klocke was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white silk organza gown fashioned in the empire silhouette with an A-line skirl sweeping into an aisle-wide chapel train. The bodice featured a crocheted lace ruffle on a sheer yoke, a high Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Saturday, May 25, 1974 4 neckline and tapered sleeves appliqued with venise lace. A sunburst of pink roses centered her colonial bouquet of white daisies. Her niece, Sharon Neu, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Joyce Heithoff and Janice Schultes. They wore dresses of flocked-dot nylon sheer, accented at the high waists by satin ribbon sashes. Cotton lace trimmed the puffed sleeves, necklines and backs, ending in flounces. Nylon braid hats with pink daisy ribbon completed their ensembles. They carried pink and white daisies and baby's breath. Flower girls were another niece, Michele Eich, and the groom's sister. Carmen At Life Conference ... Mr. and Mrs. James Furey. Carroll, attended the Mid-America Right to Life convention recently in Omaha. Furey is president of the local right to life committee and is state membership chairman of lowans for Life. Shown above from left, are. Mrs. Jerry Thompson. Des Moines, Iowa director on the National Right to Life board of directors; Furey; Mrs. Furey: and Marjory Mecklenburg, chairman of the board of directors of the National Right to Life Committee. Golden Circle Met Friday The Golden Circle pinochle group met at the cluhrooms Friday for their weekly games. Hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. John Vanderheiden and Mrs. Bertha Klocke. Herman Nicland received high score prix.e; Mrs. Kcl Hannasch, second; Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, traveling; and Mrs. Aurora Mungon, tally. DeMey. They were dressed in pink and white frocks and carried nosegays of daisies in the bride's colors. Attending the groom were Jim Danner as best man, Larry Meyer and Randy Stanzyk, groomsmen. The bride's brother. Bob Klocke, and Rick Hoffman ushered. Leonette Irlbeck was organist. Vocalists included Joyce Staiert, Maria Williams, Shari Riesselman, Kris Meyer. Linda Knobbe. Janet Schulles and the men's choir of Templeton. Mrs. DeMey graduated from Kuemper High School in 1973 and attended Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge. The groom, a 1972 Carroll High School graduate, is employed by General Electric. They are taking a short wedding trip and after June 1 will reside at 1404 North Adams Street. Carroll. ATTEND WAYNE STATE Kent F. Riesberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Riesberg, and James H. Riesberg. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Riesberg, all of Carroll, have been accepted to Wayne State College for the •1974 fall term. Both are Kuemper High School seniors. Debra K. Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Peters of Westside and an Ar-We-Va High School senior, has also been accepted. Kent Riesberg will major in mathematics: James Riesberg. industrial education; and Miss Peters, secretarial science. Lambertz-Heinrichs Wedding May 25 M;iry Lou Lambert/, and Dennis Hcinriehs exchanged wedding vows in Holy Spirit Church here at 12:30 p.m. Saturday, May 25, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz officiating at the double ring ceremony. Their parents, all of Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lambertz and Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Heinrichs. The bride's chosen colors were shown in altar arrangements of blue carnations and white mums. Music was provided by Sr. Helen, organist, and seventh and eighth grade vocalists from Holy Spirit School. Ron Wiederien and Mark Heinrichs were altar boys. Guests were ushered by Tom Lamberts and Gene Neppl. At.tpnrline the bride were her sister, Barbara Lambertz, and the groom's sister, Cathy Heinrichs. She was given in marriage by hen father. Doug Eischeid and Jim Lambertz, brother of the bride, attended the groom. Completing the bridal party as flower girl and ring bearer were Jennifer and Jeff Heinrichs. The bride appeared in an empire gown of white nylon organza, featuring a full skirt that formed a train. Dainty cotton lace daisies trimmed the stand-up neckline, panel front and sheer lantern sleeves. Her double veil of scalloped illusion touched with pearls was secured by a forward'headpiece of lace and illusion petals. She carried blue carnations and white roses as a cascade bouquet. The empire dresses of light blue double knit worn by her attendants had smocked bodices "With lace on the collars and sleeves, and ties in back. Large white picture hats were trimmed in blue, and blue streamers fell from the white rose carried by each attendant. Three hundred guests were entertained at a reception at the Red Carpet Lounge from 1:30 until 4 p.m. The former Miss Lambertz graduated from Carroll High School and has been employed at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Mr. Heinrichs, a Kuemper High School graduate, works for Rotert Construction. Petersons Visit Nebraska Pair WESTSIDE — Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Willis Peterson visited in the Everett Davis home in Lyon, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Koski of Dunlap were Monday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gottsch and family. Mr. and Mrs. Alva Steiner spent the day Friday in Omaha. Calendar SATURDAY- Golden Circle TUESDAY- P.E.O., Mrs. H. K. Richardson Delta Dek, Mrs. H. L. Silsby Golden Circle bridge A.B. Club, Mrs. R. K. Cooper Spela Kort, Mrs. Paul Snyder F.N.W. Club, Mrs. Paul Snyder A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Frank Town and Country Club, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp WEDNESDAY— County Legion Auxiliary, Arcadia Dealers 9, Mrs. Gene Heithoff H. G. Club. Mrs. Ted Wiederin 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Lewis Voyles Golden Circle euchre Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Art Otto Dairy Queen brazier Carroll, Iowa Corner of Hi-Way 30 & N. West Street Phone 792-3381 Monday May 27 through Saturday, June 1 HOURS: M< > n - - Thurs. 10 a.m. - 11 p.m. Fri.-Sat. 10 a.m.-11:30 p.m. Come In! Register For FREE PRIZES. Prizes to be given away Saturday June 1 at 2 p.m. Need not be present to win. Clip This Menu For Home Use GRAND OPENING SPECIALS Monday, May 27 — Big Brazier 49* Good Monday, May 27 only Tuesday, May 28 Bosn's Mate Fish Sandwich Good Tuesday, May 28 only Wednesday, May 29 -Chili Dog 29< Good Wednesday, May 29 only Thursday, May 30 — Shake 29< Good Thurs., May 30 only Sundaes 29- DIARY QUEEN Shakes Sundaes Floats Banana Split Parfait —Everyday Special — 0i " yBar 7 for $1.00 D.Q. Sandwich — Everyday Special — Buster Bar 8 for $1.00 — Everyday Special — 4 for $1.20 Cones Pints Quarts Mr. Misty — Slush — 6 Flavors — BRAZIER Brazier -Vilb. char-brolledbeef on sesame seed bun with cheese Rrri7ier ~^* "*• char-broiled beef on sesame seed bun —with cheese — deluxe (lettuce & tomatoes) — char-broiled beef on bun — with cheese BOSH'S Mate - Fish fillet on bun with tartar sauce & lettuce Fritter —Fritter on sesame seed bun with lettuce, mayonnaise, sauce Brazier Dog _ W ith or without Super DOQ —with or without chili Polish Sausage BarbeCUe —barbecued pork French Fries Onion Rings Crispy Fried Chicken - a ii sizes Thank you for the tremendous response and friendliness you have shown us in this new business. Because of new help our service and products might not have been up to our standards. If you have been displeased in the past, please take advantage of this grand opening and give us another chance. Thank you, Jim Burke, Owner Jan Cole, Manager ••Reg. U.S. Pat. Off. 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