Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 1, 1974 · Page 4
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Sandy Bernholtz. Marries Tom Julich Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, June 1, 1974 Sandy Kay Bernholtz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz of Carroll, became the bride of Tom Joseph Julich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Julich. also of Carroll, at St. Lawrence Church here June 1. The double ring wedding took place at 1 p.m., with the Rev. James McAlpin officiating. White mums, daisy pompons and lavender snapdragons were used in the floral setting. Cindy Bernholtz and Roger Julich, sister and brother of the couple, were their maid of honor and best man. Bridesmaids and groomsmen were Joni Julich, Pam Peterson, Dan Julich and Jerry Bernholtz. The bride's father and mother gave her in marriage. Ray Julich and Dan Bernholtz ushered. The bride's gown of organza trimmed with Cluny lace had a high neckline, tucked bishop sleeves and front, and a full skirt. The high-waisted bodice featured a circular bias ruffle creating a bib-like look. A lace-edged mantilla completed her attire. Her cascade bouquet of orchid carnations, white roses and stephanotis was finished with orchid streamers. For her attendants she chose A-line silhouette dresses or orchid organza with back bows. White collars were trimmed with Cluny lace. Their bouquet's were similar to the bride's. Four hundred guests were entertained at a reception from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Carroll Country Club. Mr. and Mrs. Julich are 1973 graduates of Carroll Community High School. The bride has been employed by General Electric and the groom works for Rotert Construction of Halbur. After a three-day honeymoon they will live in the Wernimont Building, Apt. 5. Carroll. Couple Wed Here Friday Mrs. Dorothy Wolterman and Lawrence Tranter of Carroll exchanged nuptial vows in St. Lawrence Church Play Cards at Clubrooms Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at six tables Friday afternoon at theclubrooms. Winners were Mrs. Eleanor Heman, high; Leo Sellen, second; Mrs. Leo Augustine, traveling; and Mrs. Bertha Klocke, tally. Mrs. Klocke and Mrs. John Vanderheiden were hostesses. here at 7 p.m. Friday. May 31. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her sons. Ron and Dave Wolterman. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Pietig. The wedding was followed by a reception for the immediate family at the Pin Oaks. After a week's southern trip Mr. and Mrs. Tranter will reside at 915 North Crawford Street, Carroll. Miss Halbur Bride Of Roy L Lorenz Holy Spirit Church in Carroll was the setting for the double ring wedding of Beverly Ann Halbur and Roy Lee Lorenz, both of Omaha, Neb., at 1 p.m. on June 1. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Daniel E. Halbur of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Charles 1 Lorenz of Rock Port. Mo. The Rev. Edmund H. Tiedeman officiated. The bride's chosen colors, yellow and white, were displayed in altar arrangements of mums and carnations. A guitar group provided the wedding music. Attending the bride, who was given in marriage by her father, were Mrs. Joe L. Gross, Martha Lorenz and Sue Lorenz. Flower girl was Pam Gross. Larry Lorenz, David Halbur and David Meyerkorth attended the groom. Guests were ushered by Russell Halbur and Tim Whelan. The bride appeared in a white gown of dacron sheer satin. Venice lace trimmed the ruffled neckline, long tapered sleeves and front of the A-line gown and also the chapel train that descended from the empire waistline. Her short bouffant veil was caught to a halo headpiece of 4 Diane Pickhinke Married in Omaha lace. White daisies were combined with yellow roses and baby's breath in her cascade bouquet. Mrs. Gross and the bride's other attendants wore yellow chiffon dresses fashioned with French puffed sleeves, high necklines, tea collars and criss-cross tie belts. Their bouquets of daisies were in the bride's colors. The wedding reception for 200 guests was held at the Pin Oaks from 2 until 4 p.m., after which the bride and groom left for a week's southern honeymoon. After June 10 they will be at home at 3524 Cass. Omaha. Mrs. Lorenz graduated from Kuemper High School in 1971 and from C. E. School of Commerce, Omaha, in 1972. She plans to continue her work as a secretary at the Creighton University Law School. Her husband is a 1971 graduate of Rock Port High School and completed a two-year course at C. E. School of Commerce in 1973. He is an accountant with Keystone Pharmacy in Omaha. Mrs. David Chadwell Jr. Calendar SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— Eastern Star. 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Welcome Wagon Club. 7:30 p.m.. Villa Motel Rainbow Girls Farm Bureau Women, 1:30 p.m. Carroll LPN Unit TUESDAY- Pla-Mor, Mrs. Edward Reardon Jollyettes. Mrs. Roger Wernimont High Bidders. Mrs. Walter Millenacker Community Club. Mrs. Peter Halbur H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Lon Diers Golden Circle bridge Diane Kay Pickhinke and David William Chadwell Jr.. both of Omaha, Neb., were wed there June 1 in Christ the King Catholic Church by the Rev. William Hettinger. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anton Pickhinke of Carroll; the groom is a son of Mrs. David Chadwell of Omaha and the late Mr. Chadwell. The double ring ceremony and mass took place at 2 p.m. and was followed by a reception for 300 guests at the Airfield Plaza Inn, Omaha. Multi-colored gladioli and mums decorated the altar, where the bride was given in marriage by her father. Matron of honor was the bride's sister, Mrs. Gordon Welch of Omaha. Joyce Ann and Theresa Lynn Chadwell, daughters of the groom, were junior bridesmaids. His brother. John Chadwell of Omaha, was best?man. Ushers were Jerome Collison and Joseph Rlankmnn of Omaha. VOTE For Carroll Perkins I Democrat For State Representative 55th District Carroll Perkins AGRICULTURAL BACKGROUND 24 years farming experience in grain and cattle operation Former director, Central Iowa Farm Business Association A strong voice for Iowa agriculture EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND BS Degree in business and public admininstration University of Missouri Former member of Board of Education Your support on June 4 will be appreciated Paid For By Carroll Perkins Mrs. Norbert Letter of Omaha was organist. Miss Pinkhinke wore a long flowing white wedding gown of jersey knit. The halter-style dress with empire waist and "T" back was concealed by a bolero jacket of venise daisy motifs. Her attendants' dresses of rose pink and pastel pink were in a similar halter-style with the "T" backs and band collars. The bride holds a B.S. degree from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine, Omaha, and is an assistant instructor in Radiologic Technology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha. Mr. Chadwell, a graduate of Westside High School, Omaha, is a resource investigator and job developer for the Douglas County Public Defender's office in Omaha. After a week's honeymoon in Las Vegas the couple will live at 5017 South 95th Street, Omaha. Schmitz-Eickman Wedding at Halbur To Work in Omaha....Janice Ann Wittrock, who was graduated May 19 from Creighton Memorial St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Omaha, plans to work at St. Joseph's Hospital. Omaha. She is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wittrock of Manning. MOVE TO NEW HOME Dr. and Mrs. Michael B. Davis and daughter Monica are moving this weekend from Gilman to the new home they have purchased at 302 West 21st Street. He is joining the staff of the Carroll Veterinary Clinic. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a regular meeting in the office of the superintendent in the High School building in Manning, at 8 p.m. June 10. I AJune 1 Wedding For Janet Starman Exchanging wedding vows at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Dedham at 1 p.m. June 1 were Janet on Starman. daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Starman of Carroll, and Wendell Sheer, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. Edwin Sheer of Bayard. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Nuptial music was provided by Cynthia Sporrer and the adult choir of Dedham. The altar was decorated with matching bouquets of gladioli and carnations in rainbow colors. . Diane Heithoff of Templeton was maid of honor. The bride's sisters. Lois and Sandy Starman. were her bridesmaids and her parents gave her in marriage. Flower girl was her cousin. Lori Wernimont of Breda. Best man was David Bancroft. The groom's brother. Wayne Sheer, and Robert Burke, both of Des Moines, were groomsmen and his cousin. Mike Sheer of Bayard, ring bearer. Ushers were Duane Starman and John Sheer, brothers of the couple. Miss Starman's bridal gown of white silk organza was fashioned with a high neckline on a tucked yoke, and a full circular skirt. Cluny lace on the bishop sleeves was repeated on the empire waistline. An open crown held her cathedral mantilla veil of illusion edged with lace. Her round bouquet featured white MEMORIAL GIFT ,The American Cancer Society has received a gift in memory of George W. Marget of Carroll. .The gift was reported Saturday by Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain of Carroll, Carroll County chapter memorials chairman. O.E.S. MEETING Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star, will hold a regular meeting at the Masonic Temple at 8 p.m. Monday, June 3. Previously, meetings have been held the third Thursdays of the months; they have now been changed to the first Mondays. marguerite daisies, pink roses and baby's breath. Her attendants wore rainbow dresses of flower-flocked polyester knit, detailed with belts and back bows at the empire waistlines. White ribbons trimmed their hats. They carried bouquets of daisies with color accents to compliment their dresses. The former Miss Starman graduated in 1971 from Kuemper High School and last month from Creighton Memorial St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Omaha. She plans to work at Mercy Hospital. Des Moines. Mr. Sheer, a 1971 graduate of Coon Rapids Community High School, attends Des Moines Area Community College at Ankeny. studying hotel and restaurant management. They are taking a week's trip to Indiana, and after June 10 will reside at 2201 Carpenter. Apt. 2. Des Moines. Mrs. David J. Eickman Personals— Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred (Bill) Schneider, Mark, Julie and Sherry, Mr. and Mrs. Rick Boes and Jenny, all of Carroll, Mrs. William Launderville and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Launderville of Vail are attending the ordination of Harold Schneider in Emporia, Kan. He is the nephew of Bill Schneider and son of Mr. and Mrs 1 . Tony Schneider of Emporia. Archbishop Ignatius Strecker of Kansas City, Mo., will officiate at the ordination Saturday evening in Sacred Heart Church. During a mass on Sunday, Mrs. William Launderville will present the Rev. Schneider with a chalice that was given to the family after her husband's death. HALBUR — Joan Schmitz and David J. Eickman, both of Lincoln, Neb., repeated nuptial vows in a 2 p.m. ceremony June 1 at St. Augustine Church in Halbur. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Schmitz of Halbur and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Eickman of Coon Rapids. The Rev. Victor E. Kollasch officiated at the double ring wedding before an altar graced with gladioli and carnations in dark and light pink. The Halbur Men's Choir sang. Honor attendants were Mrs. Gary Handles of Carroll and Alan Behrens of Ames. Margaret Boes of Carroll was bridesmaid and Jim Eickman of Dubuque, groomsman. Ushers were Richard Eickman of Council Bluffs and Arlo Klocke of Des Moines. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an A-line gown of ivory polyester crepe with an attached chapel train. Braid and pearl trim enhanced the lace yoke and cuffs of the bishop sleeves and also defined the waist and top of the skirt's deep flounce. A taffeta Camelot headpiece secured her two-tiered fingertip veil. She carried pink Mary Bernholtz and John White Wed Mary Bernholtz and John White, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Bernholtz and Mr. and Mrs. Russell White, all of rural Carroll, were married June 1 in St. Francis Church at Maple River. The 1 p.m. double ring marriage ceremony was performed by the Rev. Richard Birdsall. The bride's uncle. Glen Bernholtz. was lector; mass servers were Steven Heinrichs and Tom Loew. She was given in marriage by her father at an altar decorated with white gladioli and blue carnations. The bride's sister. Mrs. James Thielen. was her matron of honor. Also attending her were Mrs. Robert Running of Carroll. Nancy Venteicher of Arcadia, and another sister, Jean Bernholtz a£ junior bridesmaid. Kenny Pedersen of Glidden was best man. Groomsmen were Randy Pudenz and Charles Smith of Carroll. John Bernholtz, brother of the bride, and Roger Tapps, both of Carroll, were ushers. Miss Bernholtz chose a bridal gown of white organza, styled with an A-line skirt that swept to an aisle-wide train bordered with lace. The fitted bodice had a Clunv lace band roses, pixie carnations and baby's breath as a cascade bouquet. Mrs. Handles and Miss Boes wore frocks of candy pink and petal pink chiffon over matching taffeta, trimmed with ivory-colored Cluny lace. They carried nosegays of pink roses and carnations. Following the ceremony 200 guests were entertained at a reception at the Elk's Lodge in Carroll. Mrs. Eickman is a graduate of Americana Academy of Beauty, Des Moines. and is employed in Lincoln by Miller & Paine at the Circle of Beauty. Her husband graduated from Iowa State University and is an industrial engineer with Square "D" Company, also at Lincoln. They are taking a trip to western states and will make their home at 2020 South 47th, Lincoln. neckline and a V-yoke outlined in lace. Lace also trimmed the bishop sleeves and edged her double veil that fell to waist-length from a lace Juliet cap. She carried a cascade of white roses and white and light blue carnations. The French blue dotted voile dresses worn by her attendants had white eyelet bodices. Dacron lace looping trimmed the scoop necklines, puffed sleeves, waistlines and A-line skirts. Headpieces of voile and blue satin matched the dresses. Their bouquets of white daisy pompons and blue German statice were finished with blue and white streamers. Following the wedding. 300 guests were entertained at a reception at the Legion hall in Breda. Mrs. White graduated from Kuemper High School in 1971 and her husband, from Carroll High School in 1969. The bride plans to continue her employment at General Electric. Mr. White is employed by Wilkins' Auto Parts. They will make their home at 1741 North Carroll Street after a short wedding trip. Schrad-Aiken Vows Spoken at Arcadia STARTS AT DUSK ARCADIA — A Sioux Falls. S.D.. couple — Kathleen Schrad and Kenneth Aiken — were married here at 2 p.m. Saturday. June 1. in St. John's Church. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schrad of Arcadia: parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aiken of Ralston. Neb. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann officiated. The organ processional and recessional were played by- Linda Vonnahme. Mrs. Ed Weber and Rose Weber sang during mass, with Mrs. Weber playing guitar accompaniment. Altar bouquets of colored daisies tied with blue ribbon created a floral setting for the double ring ceremony that was followed by a reception for 150 guests at the Arcadia Legion hall. Miss Schrad was given in marriage by her parents and attended by Peg Schmitz of Omaha as maid of honor. Mrs. EVERYBODY'S GOING LAST CALL ... for all budget minded and fun loving people to take part in the big day in Carroll . . . ST. BONIFACE DAY WED., JUNE 5 CARROLL, IOWA There will be FREE Bratwuerstchen and Sauerkraut. Serving starts at 11:30 a.m. FREE Entertainment and special low prices in the stores. Discount coupons for rides available at local merchants. Gary Danzer of Ames and Nancy Diers of Omaha. Best man was Steve Mincer of Omaha. Marty Ossian of Ames and Mike Milo of Omaha were groomsmen. For her June wedding the bride selected a long-sleeved gown of white Chantilly lace, styled with a high ruffled collar and trimmed with blue buttons and ribbon. Layers of lace and blue ribbon accented her tiered, floor-length veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of daisies, pompons and white roses. Her attendants were attired in long dresses of flowered light blue, designed with long sleeves and white V-shaped collars and cuffs. White hats were trimmed with ribbons to match their dresses. Their bouquets were nosegays of blue, yellow, pink and green daisy pompons. The bride and groom are graduates of Kuemper and Denison High Schools, respectively. They will spend a week at Lake Okoboji and after June 10 will live at 415 West Sixth. Sioux Falls, where both will be employed. PLUS THIS 2ND FEATURE A COP TELLS HIS STORY! Till: SEVEN UPS GEORGE C. 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