Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 15, 1974 · Page 6
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Alice Sondgeroth, Wm. Brown Wed Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, June IS, 1974 Alice Sondgeroth and William M. Brown were wed at Holy Spirit Church here June 1~5. with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F.. officiating at the 1 p.m. ceremony. They are the daughter and son of Mrs. Alfred Sondgeroth and Mrs. Doris J. Brown, both of Carroll. Rick Kasperbauer. cousin of the bride, was lector for the mass and her nephews. Todd and Tom Dunphy. mass servers. Her brother-in-law. Ronald Dunphy of Creston, gave her in marriage before an altar decorated with white gladioli and colored daisies. Gail Reicks and Mary Sue Reicks were guitarists; Gail Reicks also played the organ. Honor attendants were Darlene Starman and the groom's brother. Robert Brown. Also attending the couple were his sister. Bonnie Brown, Mrs. Jarret Wright of Des Moines, Mrs. Ray Miller. Mike Schrock of Audubon, Bob Rice of Tarkio, Mo., and his cousin, Vern Davis of LaVista, Neb. Jennifer Reicks and Brian Davis, cousins of the couple, were flower girl and ring bearer. Terry Kasperbauer and Ted Hacker ushered. The bride wore an A-line gown of Chantilly lace with venise lace trim, styled with a chapel train. Ruffles enhanced the neckline and long fitted sleeves: the skirt featured a lace-edged flounce. She carried a nosegay of white carnations, pink and yellow roses and blue baby's breath. Her chosen colors were rainbow pastels of blue, yellow, pink and green. The pastel knit frocks worn by her attendants had long sleeves, high waists and full skirts. Bib-effects were created by ruffles. They carried nosegays of white carnations and blue baby's breath and the flower girl's bouquet held multi-colored daisies. A reception for 200 guests was held at the Pin Oaks from 2until4:30p.m. After a week's trip to northern Iowa the couple will live at 119 East Ninth Street, Carroll, where the bride is a licensed practical nurse at the Carroll Manor nursing home and Mr. Brown is a truck mechanic at Grouse Cartage Company. Mrs. Brown, who has been working at the Manor for two years, graduated from Creston High School in 1966 and from Area 15 Community College School of Nursing, Ottumwa, in 1970. Her husband, a 1965 graduate of Carroll High School, graduated last June from Des Moines Area Community College. Ankeny. Diane Irlmeier and Jerry Voge Married Times Herald News Service MANNING — Diane Irlmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Irlmeier of Templeton, and Jerry Voge, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Voge of Manning, were united in marriage June 14 in Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Templeton. The Rev. Eugene Schumacher performed the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony that was followed by a reception for 250 guests at the Sacred Heart school cafeteria. Blue and white, the bride's colors, were shown in altar bouquets of majestic daisies. Mrs. Vernon Irlbeck was organist, accompanying the men's choir; JoAnn and Carol Irlmeier were guitarists and vocalists. Miss Irlmeier, given in marriage by her father, chose a white dress of organza, styled with a high neckline, basque bodice and long lace sleeves with deep cuffs and ruffles over her hands. The A-line skirt, featuring a wide horizontal front panel, was edged with ruffled Cluny lace and swept to an aisle-wide train. A lace Camelot headpiece secured her 6 Degelder-Kokenge Wedding on June 15 LuAnn Mary Alice Margaret Hannasch Hoffman NURSING GRADUATES LuAnn Mary Hannasch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane W. Hannasch, Carroll, and Alice Margaret Hoffman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene V. Hoffman, Dedham, received nursing diplomas at the 71st annual commencement of St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Sioux City, on June 14. Miss Hannasch will be employed at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. shoulder-length veil. A corsage was detachable from her cascade bouquet of gardenias, stephanotis and roses. Cheryl Irlmeier was maid of honor and Sheila Irlmeier, bridesmaid. Both are sisters of the bride. They wore blue and white seersucker puffed gingham frocks fashioned with midriff bodices, A-line skirts and back criss-cross ties. Lace looping accented the square necklines and short puffed sleeves. White hats trimmed with matching gingham completed their costumes. Each carried a bouquet of daisies and baby's breath. Steve Mohr and Dale Rohe were best man and groomsman, respectively. Brothers of the bride and groom, Douglas Irlmeier and Bill Voge, ushered the wedding guests. The bride is a 1974 Kuemper High School graduate. Mr. Voge attended Manning High School and is employed here by Ramsey Transfer. After a Colorado honeymoon they will live at 38 May Street, Manning. Women Plan Lunch, Show ARCADIA — The Arcadia Zion Lutheran Ladies Aid made plans for their mother and daughter luncheon and style show to be held the evening of June 21. The June 13 meeting opened with a hymn followed by scripture and prayer led by Pastor Sawhill, who also presented the topic. Mrs. Walter Brockman is a new member. Several quilts recently completed will be HOUSEWARMING MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Irlbeck were honored with a surprise housewarming on Tuesday evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dreier, Mr. and Mrs. Walt Dreier, Mrs. Minnie Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Boldt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boldt, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dreier, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Dreier, Scott and Carolyn, Roger and Marsha Dreier and Paulette Winther. NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCECEnTER Carroll Phone 792-2525 - lake City Phone 464-3281 Mary Degelder and David Kokenge, both of Carroll, were married June 15 at Pembina, N.D., in a 4 p.m. church ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Albert Degelder of Joliette, N.D., and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Kokenge of Carroll. Floor basket stands of pink and white gladioli provided a floral setting for the double ring wedding at which the Rev. Hannaher officiated. The church choir sang, with Mrs. Gordon Klabo as organist. Sisters of the bride were her attendants, including Mrs. Dave Roden of Ames as matron of honor, Mrs. Bill Hoverson of Fargo, N.D., Mrs. Spencer Larson of Euclid, Minn., and Jane Degelder of Grand Forks, N.D. Michell Roden appeared as a miniature bride. Vanderheiden Studio Photo Golden Anniversary . . . Mr. and Mrs. Kdward Ilen/c of Carroll will be honored June 23 for thcMr 50th wedding anniversary, starting with a 10 a.m. mass at St. Lawrence Church, celebrated by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. and continuing with an open house from 2 to 4 p.m. at the Elk's Club. All relatives and friends are invited to the open house. Hostesses will be their daughters. Mrs. Victor i Florence i Wernimont and Mrs. Evan (Marian) Kuker. The couple requests no Klocke-Sch waller Vows are Spoken taken to the district convention July 27, 28 and 29 at Lake Okoboji and packed with others for World Relief distribution.'Representing the society as their delegate at the convention is Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman. The Christian Growth co-chairmen, Mrs. Kenneth Linde and Mrs. Wilbert Ehlers, closed the meeting with the topic "Musings of a Christian Mother". Lunch was served by Mrs. Harry Segebart and Mrs. Ewoldt Stark. The next meeting will be a potluck picnic to be held at Swan Lake on July 11. AUXILIARY TO ELECT Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, will elect officers at its regular meeting at 8 p.m. Tuesday, June 18, at the Legion hall. The unit's Girls State representative, Vickie Bernholtz, will speak on her experiences at the week-long parley held at Cedar Falls. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. DEDHAM - Marikay Klocke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Klocke of Dedham, became the bride of Thomas J. Schwaller of Omaha, Neb., at St. Joseph's Church here on June 15. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Schwaller of Templeton. The Rev. Henry Meyer performed the double ring ceremony. Lector was Merlin Schrad. Eddie and Kevin Klocke, brothers of the bride, were mass servers. Mary Gaffney and Mari Balk sang; organist was Cindy Sporrer. Altar arrangements of mums, carnations and baby's breath were in the bride's colors, pink, blue and white. Mr. K locke gave his daughter in marriage. Alice ATTEND ORIENTATION Pete T. Simons, Carroll, and Michael G. Pahl, Westside, attended recent orientation meetings at Iowa State University for incoming freshmen in the College of Sciences and Humanities. The two-day sessions were devoted to aptitude and placement tests, visits with counselors and planning class schedules for the fall quarter. Purpose of the orientation sessions is to help new students become familiar with the campus and building locations. ATTEND CONFERENCE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wuebker, Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Meiners, Carroll, Mr. and Mr. Cyril T. Heinrichs, Halbur, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome W. Henkenius, Arcadia, and families are attending the second management development session of the 1974 Land 0 Lakes Conferences this week at Vacation Village at Lake Okoboji. The conferences provide a training program in cooperative business education for personnel of Land 0 Lakes-Felco member cooperatives. Lewellen of Adair was her maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Shannon Gaffney of Carroll and Jane McLatchie of Durant. Her sisters. Kristy and Jennifer Klocke, were junior bridesmaid and flower girl, respectively. Attending the groom were Larry Sporrer as best man; Nick" Romey and David Schwaller, his brother, groomsmen: and another brother, Joe Schwaller, junior groomsman. Mark Klocke of Gray and John Moran of Omaha were ushers. The bride selected an A-line gown of white organza over taffeta, styled with cuffed bishop sleeves and tucked bodice and trimmed with appliques of Venice lace. Medallions of lace were scattered on the skirt and a lace-edged ruffle bordered the hemline and train. Her veil fell in three tiers to elbow-length from a lace Camelot cap. Her attendants wore dresses of polyester shantung featuring empire waists and princess-style skirts. Miss Lewellen and the flower girl wore pink and the others, blue. Eyelet yokes, high collars and long fitted sleeves were accented with self-fabric ruffles. Their pink and blue nosegays were tied with matching ribbons. Four hundred guests were entertained at a 2:30 reception at the Elk's Club in Carroll, after which the bride and groom left for a week's honeymoon in Colorado. Mrs. Schwaller received a B.A. degree in elementary education from the University of Northern Iowa in May. Her husband graduated in May with a B. S. degree in business administration from Creighton University. He is employed in Omaha by Elmer Fox and Company. They will live at 9251 Cady Avenue, No. 4; Omaha, ,68131. Jerry Kokenge was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were another brother, Kenneth Kokenge, Don Louis of Omaha and Dale Heisterkamp. Dave Roden and Danny Kokenge ushered. The bride was attired in a gown of satin, styled with a lace empire bodice, full cuffed sleeves edged in lace, and a detachable train. Lace daisies trimmed the A-line skirt. Her shoulder-length veil was held in place by a tiara. She carried her late grandmother's prayer book in satin and lace trimming, covered with pink and white baby roses. Mrs. Roden and the bride's other attendants wore dresses of hot pink satin in A-line style, trimmed with daisies on the high collars and short puffed sleeves. Matching pink floppy hats were adorned with white satin ribbon laced with green and pink. Each carried a long-stemmed pink carnation. A 6 p.m. reception for 150 guests in the church hall will be followed by a dance at the city hall in Pembina. After a week's trip to northern Canada the couple will live at 1205 North Grant Road, Carroll, where. Mrs. Kokenge is employed in the business office of St. Anthony Regional Hospital and the groom, at Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. The bride graduated from Pembina High School in 1968 and received an A.A. degree in business at Mayville State College, Mayville, N. Dak. Mr. Kokenge is a 1969 graduate of Carroll High School. Rehearsal Dinner Held Mrs. Don Anderson of Coon Rapids entertained about 25 guests at the Red Carpet Lounge at a dinner Friday evening following the rehearsal for the wedding of Carlette Osterlund and her son. Robert, which will take place Saturday evening at the United Methodist Church here. The bride's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Odom of Fort Worth, Tex., were guests in addition to those in the wedding party. Miss Schulte is Ed Haberl's Bride CLOSED Saturday Afternoons BERNHOLTZ BROS. Hi-Way 30 East - Carroll Paige and Wandel Photo Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Louis Eischeid of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce to Gene Wessling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wessling of Carroll. The couple plans to be married Sept. 14 at St. Augustine Church, Halbur. Couples Attend Two Weddings Out of State ARCADIA — Attending the wedding of Susan Wilkens and James Tews at Grand Rapids, Mich. Saturday were his grandparents, the Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Tews. The Al Tews and the Rev. and Mrs. Tews traveled to Fort Wayne, Ind., and visited the Rev. and Mrs. John Tews before returning home Wednesday evening. Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Sawhill attended the wedding of Mrs. Sawhill's niece, Susan Brzycki and Jeff Konkle at Milwaukee, Wis. Saturday. The couple left Arcadia Thursday evening and while in Milwaukee visited in the Mrs. Delores Brzycki home and with their son David Sawhill before returning home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Andersen, Nancy and John returned home from a 10-day visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Greg Gawler home at Winter Haven, Fla. While there they visited Disney World at Orlando, Cypress Gardens and other scenic spots. Personals- Robert Wieland, Kenneth Schwarzenbach, Dale Sease and Henry Roth, members of the Carroll Fire Department, attended the 50th Iowa State Fire School sponsored by Iowa State University at the Hilton Coliseum in Ames Wednesday. Englin-Hansen Marriage Held At Audubon AUDUBON —The marriage of Lynelle Joy Englin to Mark Alan Hansen took place at Our Saviour's Lutheran Church Sunday. May 26, at 3 p.m. The Rev. Thorvald Hansen officiated at the double ring ceremony. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Englin and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hansen, all of Audubon. Mrs. Marie Nielsen was organist, accompanying Mrs. Gary Englin, vocalist. Eileen Englin attended her sister as maid of honor; and the bridegroom's sister, Cindy Lu Hansen was bridesmaid. Best man was Rodney Hansen, brother of the groom, and groomsman was Gary Englin, brother of the bride. Susan Peters of Alden, and Todd Anderson, Marshalltown, were flower girl and ring bearer. Ushers were Gene Englin and Don Anderson, brother and brother-in-law of the bride; and Dan Smith and Randy St. Peter. A reception was held following the ceremony in the church parlor. The groom's parents entertained the wedding party at a rehearsal dinner at their home Saturday evening. Following a week's wedding trip to Lake Okoboji, the newlyweds are living in Audubon until returning to school this fall. Mrs. Hansen is a senior nursing student at Marshalltown School of Nursing and the groom is a student at Iowa State University. St. Ann's Church in Vail was the setting for a 1:30 p.m. ceremony June 15 in which Annette Schulte and Ed Haberl exchanged wedding vows. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schulte of Westside and was given in marriage by her parents. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Haberl of Carroll. Officiating was the Rev. Harold Cooper. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Kathy Schulte. Another sister, Margaret Schulte, and Mrs. Dennis OTool were her other attendants. Randy Pudenz was best man; Joe Schulte and LeRoy Haberl were groomsmen. For her June wedding the bride chose a long white gown of organza, styled with a fitted bodice and full skirt that was outlined with a wide band of ruffled Val lace. The same lace trimmed the bodice, oval neckline and long tapered sleeves that were ruffled over her hands. A halo of Venise lace petals and pearls secured her lace-edged mantilla veil train. She carried a cascade of pink and white roses accented Calendar BALK'S Everything Photographic with ivy and stephanotis. The mint green dresses worn by her attendants featured overlays of white flocked with rosettes. In A-line style, they had square necklines and angel sleeves trimmed with green lace. Each attendant carried a nosegay of pink carnations and baby's breath. Jean Mahcr was organist and Laurie Seidl, vocalist for the double ring wedding. Ushers were Ron Willenborg and Gary Schulte. White mums trimmed in green decorated the altar. Following the ceremony, 400 guests were entertained at a reception at the Arcadia Legion hall. The former Miss Schulte graduated in 1972 from Kuemper High School and last year from Des Moines Area Community College of Practical Nursing. She is employed at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Mr. Haberl is a 1970 Kuemper graduate and is engaged in farming. Upon return from a two-week western honeymoon they will live on Route 2, Carroll. Arcadia Clubs Meet for Cards SATURDAY— St. Anthony Alumnae Nurses banquet, 7 p.m., Elk's Club Golden Circle MONDAY— Past Matrons picnic, 6 p.m., South Side Park open shelter house TUESDAY- Legion Auxiliary Gay Nine T's, Mrs. William Arts Jr. High Bidders, Mrs. James Wieland Community Club, Mrs. Louis Bueltel Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Donald Diers Golden Circle bridge WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre ARCADIA - The A.M.M. Senior Citizens Club met for a card party June 11, with about 40 persons present. Card Group Met Friday Six tables were in play at the Friday afternoon pinochle party at the Golden Circle clubrooms, where hostesses were Mrs. Ella Dammann and Mrs. Louise Fasbender. Winners were Mrs. John Vanderheiden, high; Mrs. Leo Augustine, second; Mrs. Eleanor Heman, traveling; and Mrs. Dammann, tally. Members were reminded of the six o'clock potluck dinner at the clubrooms tonight, preceding the general meeting. Rev. Gretemaii ToCelebrate WilleyMass WILLEY - St. Mary's Church, Willey, will celebrate the feast of Corpus Christi with a 10 a.m. mass Sunday offered by the Most Rev. Frank Greteman, D.D., bishop of Sioux City. A procession with the blessed sacrament'will be held to the three shrines in the parish cemetery, returning to the church for benediction. The parish high school C.Y.O. choir, directed by Mrs. Gerald Tigges, will provide music for the mass and procession. Joseph Schumacher will be lector and lead the prayers during the procession. A potluck picnic is scheduled for 12:30 p.m. on the parish lawns. Rain date is Sunday, June 23. The public, particularly former members of the parish, are invited to take part in the celebration. Winners at pinochle were Leo Diers and Mrs. Regina Ludwig with Mrs. Vincent Wolterman, high bid; at sheephead, Mrs. Minnie Ehlers and Herbert Kroeger and draw prize going to Mrs. Helena Kasperson; seven-up winners were Mrs. Margaret Hannasch and a guest Mrs. Agnes Berger of Omaha. Door prizes went to Mrs. Marcella Berger, Mary Dentlinger and Leona Ehlers. Mrs. Ray Wiebers hosted the Canasta Club Wednesday at her home. Winners were Mrs. Minnie Ehlers, Dorothy Brandt and Mrs. Wiebers. * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete •eJBOtioa that will pie** trtrj Brio*, jvt toe pncct ATM STONE'S 110 W. 6th— Carroll Carroll, Iowa NOW THRU SAT. June George Glenda Segal Jackson SUN., MON., TUES. June I 6-1 B 7:00 I 9:00 SUN. At I. 3, 5, 7, ° P.M VTbuch Of Class WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. June 17.IS...Start! at Duik SUN., MON., TUES. Juno 16. IS...Slam at Duik PLUS CO-HIT NO. 1 "THE NIGHT CALL NURSES" "The Sting" J 00 i 9 00

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