Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 17, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, June 17, 1974
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Miss Pfoltner Is Married In Nebraska —Times Herald News Service MANNING - Patricia K. Pfoltner, formerly of Manning, was united in marriage to James J. Dinklage of Pender, Neb., on Saturday. June 1. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. George F. Pfoltner of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. John F. Dinklage of Pender Neb. The Rev. A. J. McMahon performed the 2 p.m. double ring ceremony at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Wisner, Neb. The bride wore a white dress of Nottingham lace and dacron organza styled with a Victorian neckline and long sleeves with deep cuffs. An A-line floor-length skirt swept to a chapel train. Her Camelot cap held a veil edged in matching lace. She carried a bouquet of white roses and stephanotes, blue daisies, and baby's breath. • Mrs. Curtis Svalstad of . Ankeny was matron of honor. ; She wore a blue floral print "halter dress with a matching Jacket trimmed with ivory • colored lace. Mary Dinklage, sister of the groom, and Mrs. Larry Podey, Correctionville, ;were bridesmaids. They wore 'Similar maize and apricot dresses. Each carried a ; bouquet of daisy pompoms ; with baby's breath. Kenneth Dinklage, brother of the groom, of Orlando, Fla., was best man with David , Pfoltner, brother of the bride, of Sheridan, 111., and Gary Eckhard, Lincoln, Neb., as groomsmen. Brian Pfoltner, brother of the bride, David Karel, Lincoln, Neb., and Ivan Craft, Omaha, Neb., ushered the wedding guests. Teresa Crevier, Sioux City, organist; Gary Slechta, Sioux City, trumpet; and Harland Raasch, vocalist, Beemer, Neb., providied the music. A reception was held at the Wisner City Auditorium following the ceremony. The bride graduated from Morningside College in Sioux City, taught music in the elementary school in North Bend, Neb. for the past two years, and next fall will be teaching elementary music at Pender, Neb. The groom graduated from Wayne State Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, June 1 7, 1 974 College in Nebraska and is presently in a feeding and farming operation with his father. After a wedding trip to Colorado, the couple will reside at rural route. Pender, Neb. Auduhoii Honor Roll Announced AUDUBON — Thirty-one Audubon High school pupils with straight 'A' grades lead the second semester honor roll at Audubon High school. Principal Donald B. Miller announced this week. The pupils with perfect grade averages include: Seniors — Patricia Barron. Cheryl Christoffersen, Donna Dentlinger, Cindy L. Hansen, Sheri Jorgensen, Molly Kiser, Alan Noelck, Debbie Olsen, Marvin Rasmussen. Annette Runs, Nancy Spies, Mary Sunberg, Timmi Turner, Sheryl Vorm. Juniors — Marlyn Broich, Patricia Haubrich. Holly Jorgensen, Kay Lauritsen, Kathy Sievers, Bob Weber. Sophomores — Duane Jensen, Luann Larsen, Colleen Merk, Eileen Ostebee, Jerry Schmidt. Freshman — Mary Asmus, Mitchell Jensen, Todd Jensen, Jan Jorgensen, Lori Mullenger, and Wayne Thygesen. Other members of the honor roll: Seniors — Sandra Borkowski, Rosemary Campbell, Linda Christensen, Patricia Evans, Rick Hadley. Joni Haubrich, Carol James, Dean Jensen, Ann Juelsgaard, Julie Merk, Mark Moreland, Jane Nielsen, Jennifer Rasmussen, Mary Scott, Karen Staub, Becky Thygesen, Steve Zaiger. Juniors — Jim Aagaard, Jo Ellen Albertsen. Alice Andersen. David Barnes, Lori Blohm, John Christensen, Lori Christensen, Lori Dentlinger, Eileen Englin, Diane Frevert, Lorrie Hansen. Allegra Hanson, Steve Hofer, Linette Johnson, Kathy Juelsgaard. Jocelyn Krauel. Tim Lauritsen, Kathy Madsen, Mary Madsen, Patrice Miller. Lori Nelson, Cindy Owen, Cathy Petersen, Robin Roberts. 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All Kighti Rtvmrd Ihtoughuul Ihc World. •A luatmul. ol IHE SINGER COMPANY GLIDDEN - Lois Pottebaum and Lonnie Heuton. both of Ames, spoke nuptial vows in Peace Lutheran Church here at 6:30 p.m. on June 15. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Pottebaum of Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Heuton of Glidden. Officiating at the double ring service was the Rev. Darryl Torrin. The altar was decorated with blue and white carnations. Bonnie Pottebaum and Yvonne Rotert sang; organist was Paul Loeschen. Miss Pottebum's father gave her in marriage. Maid of honor was Esta Sparks. Also attending the bride were Mrs. Linda Martelli, Connie Heuton, and as junior bridesmaid. Donna Pottebaum. Larry Heuton was best man and Martin Pottebaum and Randy Kroeger, groomsmen. Dione Reed and David Pottebaum were flower girl and ring bearer. LUTHERAN PICNIC About 125 persons attended the noon picnic Sunday for St. Paul Lutheran Church, Pastor Timothy Koenig said. The potluck at the North Side Park culminated the two week Bible school. The fellowship society was in charge of the second annual picnic. Games with prizes were held for the children. FAMILY REUNION The families of Loyd Sievers attended a family reunion Sunday, June 16, held at the Southside shelter house. Fifty-seven family members attended coming from Breda, Lake City, Ft. Dodge, Denison, Schleswig, Ruthven, West Des Moines, Cambridge, Cedar Rapids, Hartonville, Wis. and Omaha. Neb. Sophomores — Mark Asmus, Debbie Buckner, Linda Campbell. Neal Campbell, Stuart Hadley, Karla Hansen, Kim Hansen, Gail Haubrich. Peggy Jensen, Pam Obermeier. Julie Peterson, Rod Rattenborg, Kacy Ross. John Runs, Lorri Spies, Kathy Stobertl, Pam Stolz, William Weeks. Kay Wenig, Doug Wetzstein. Donna Whitaker. Freshmen — David Asmus, Brenda Barnes. Barbara Jensen, John Juelsgaard, Sandra Kneeskern, Dean Kristensen, Sherilyn Severin. and Chuck Stolz. The bride wore a long gown of organza with long sheer sleeves and a Chantilly lace yoke accented with seed pearls. The straight skirt formed a cathedral train finished with a Chantilly flounce. Seed pearls also dotted the lace band that held her elbow-length illusion veil. The blue flocked gingham dresses worn by the bride's attendants had square necklines, short puffed sleeves and flounces of the same material. Narrow velvet ribbons in deeper blue defined the empire waistlines. Immediately after the ceremony, 300 guests were entertained at a reception in the church hall. A second reception for the same number followed at the Moose Lodge here. Mrs. Heuton graduated in 1971 from United Community High School, Boone, and Mr. Heuton, from Glidden-Ralston Community School in the same year. He is employed by Car Parts Ltd., Ames. After a week's honeymoon the couple will live in the Old Orchard Trailer Court, 222 Apple Avenue, Ames. Announces Campaign Committee C. W. "Bill" Hutchins. Democratic Candidate for re-election as State Representative of the 56th District has announced the campaign committee for his re-election. Serving as Chairman of the Hutchins for Representative Committee is L. L. "Bud" Hellar of Guthrie Center and Mrs. Deann Atteberry. Guthrie Center will serve as Treasurer. Hutchins also has serving on his committee the following committee persons from the seven counties comprising the 56th Representative District: Gifford Covault. Guthrie Center; Ernest Gilson, Bayard; Joe W. Murrane, Bagley ; Richard WeitI, Templeton; Gerald Beck and Ivan Opperman. Manning; Carl Lykke. Irwin; Mike Schechinger. Westphalia: Daniel P. Schaben. Defiance; Harold Zellwer, Atlantic; Dr. R. F. Coatney, Anita; Louis Lauritsen, Audubon; Lester Petersen. Kimballton and Robert Nelson, Exira. EverLovin' VaKer/s White, Navy and Rust Whife, Red, Navy, Green and Yellow Whew! have a few just $10 a shade! Shiny, crinkly supersling to wear with everything! Skirt it, pant it, do what you will . . . and do it in living color at a price that's right. Have a shade or two or three today. Available in sizes 7 to 10 slim and 5 to 10 medium. Ellerbroek's Shoes Westgate Mall — Carroll 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 Gifts Given at Club Meet In observance of Father's Day, Golden Circle Club gave two gifts at its weekly meeting at the clubrooms Saturday night. Recipients were Victor Wernimont and Mike Mitchell. The evening began with a potluck dinner and continued with pinochle, played at nine tables. Winning score prizes for women were Mrs. Herman Nieland and Mrs. Mike Mitchell. Anton Pickhinkeand William Meshek won for the men. The tally prize went to Mrs. Ann Hagedorn and traveling, to Lawrence Hesslingh. Classmates Attend Academy Reunion Thirty-two members of the St. Angela Academy class of 1949 attended the 25th class reunion, Saturday, June 15, at the Elks Club. A social hour was followed by an 8 p.m. dinner and open house. Emcee Mrs. Alvin Lappe welcomed the group and Sr. Louis Wessling former principal and teacher, gave the invocation. The program included short family sketches by each of the class members. A tribute to Mrs. Don Riesberg, deceased class member was given by Mrs. Don Nagl. Letters from members unable to attend were read by Mrs. Walter Tigges. Letters from former faculty members were read by Mrs. Richard Steenson. "Memories" was presented by Mrs. Harold Heithoff and Mrs. JoeM. Tegels. Awards were presented by Mrs. Lappe, Mrs. Delbert Kasperbauer and Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz to Mrs. Robert Rouse, Mrs. Norman Schultz, Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz, Mrs. Tigges, Leona Heue, Mrs. Dick Davis, Mrs. Tegels and Mrs. Lappe. The reunion committee consisted of Mrs. Tegels, Mrs. Steenson, and Mrs. Tigges as chairman. Mrs. Lappe, Mrs. Bernholtz, Mrs. Kasperbauer, Mrs. Marvin Lane and Mrs. Astrology Tuesday June 18,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21 - April 19) You have a lot of good ideas today, but you're likely to do more talking about them than putting them to use. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20) Some confusion will result if you're not extra careful with the way you handle your business and financial affairs. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20) You'll be able to awaken enthusiasm and support from everyone today, but the one you really need. You'll have to light a special fire. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Limit your spending today to household items and basic needs. Contracting for special services requires more looking around. VIRGO (Aug. 23. - Sept. 22) A situation where you've put yourself out on a limb has a flaw in it's foundation. Try to get to the root of the problem. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) A plan you have is feasible if it is worked out the way you envision it. However, another party will try to muddle things up. SCORPIO (Oct. 24- Nov. 22) A situation where you share a joint interest needs some looking into. All isn't as well as it appears on the surface. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21) Leave yourself a little more room to negotiate today. You're apt to change your mind after you've made an agreement. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19) Your aims and ambitions will not be in line with those of a co-worker. This will have a diluting effect upon your efforts. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) You're likely to treat a serious situation too lightly. Instead of solving the problem, you'll just postpone it. PISCES (Feb. 20 - Marcn zu) Your present endeavor lacks a sturdy foundation and it is apt to fall apart as soon as it is subjected to pressure. YOUR BIRTHDAY . June 18,1974 This will be a busy year for you socially with so many short trips. Don't jump into new partnerships with casual contact. Heithoff assisted. Committee head for 1979 will be Mrs. Paul Venner, assisted by Mrs. Richard Skalla. Class colors of red and white were accented with red rose bud vases, red and silver programs. The class motto, 1 'He conquers all who conquers himself," was displayed on a banner made by Mrs. Lappe. A table featured a bulletin board with pictures of school activities of those present and pictures received from those unable to attend. The 25th person to register, Sr. Louise Wessling was awarded the centerpiece of red roses and white daisies. Those present included: Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, Mrs. Merle Olberding, Sr. Louise Wessling, Lois J. Duffy, Mrs. Norman Schultz, Mrs. Marvin Lane, Mrs. Paul Greteman, Mrs. Donald Nagl, Mrs. Alvin Lappe, Mrs. Joe Tegels, Mrs. Delbert Kasperbauer., all of Carroll; Mrs. LeRoy Vonnahme, Arcadia; Mrs. Harold Heithoff, Templeton; Mrs. Walter Tigges, Willey; Mrs. Melvin Sibbel, Roselle; Dorothy Vanderheiden, Lohrville; Leona Heue, Des Moines; Mrs. Paul Venner, Breda; Mrs. Richard Skalla, Scranton; Mrs. Meryl Kerkhoff, Manning; Mrs. George Marget, Sigourney; Mrs. Dick Davis, Jefferson; Mrs. Harold Davis, Clarinda; Mrs. Pat Woody and Mrs. Floyd Geecke, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. Richard Steenson, Marshalltown; Mrs. Gerald Kreutzer, Evans, Colorado; Mrs. Jack Goodrich, Midlethian, 111.; Mrs. James Heath. Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. Robert Rouse, Fremont, Cal.; Mrs. Jim Carroll, Winona, Minn.; and Mrs. Almon Brown, Fremont, Neb. Many husbands of class members also attended. Personals— Mrs. C. F. Reilly of Carroll returned to her home Saturday evening after a five weeks visit with her daughter Mrs. Joe Hanley and family at Tulsa. Okla. St. Lawrence Dessert Card Party — Vender Auditorium — Wednesday June 19 2 O'clock. Public is welcome. Admission $1. Adv. St. Lawrence Dessert Card Party — Vender Auditorium — Wednesday June 19 2 O'Clock. Public is welcome. Admission $1. Adv. Live in Omaha ... Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lorenz are residing at 3524 Cass, Omaha, Neb., following their June 1 wedding at Holy Spirit Church here and a week's southern trip. Mrs. Lorenz is the former Beverly Halbur, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Halbur of Carroll. The groorh's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Lorenz of Rock Port, Mo. 4-H Day Camp Scheduled for Tuesday A 4-H Day Camp, sponsored by the Carroll County Extension Service, is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday at the Southside shelterhouse at Swan Lake State Park. Between 20 and 25 youngsters in the county aged 8-12 are expected to participate. Jim Venner, extension summer assistant aide, and Mary Fouts of the Calhoun County extension, are in charge of the camp. Robert Millender and Bonnie Schubert of the Carroll County extension, and the Calhoun County extension director, will assist. Transportation to and from the camp will be provided. The camp, both recreational and educational in purpose, will meet from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. During the annual outing, the youngsters will go on nature hikes, play games and tour the wildlife exhibit. Boating, fishing, swimming and crafts may also be included, Venner said. Nurses in Class of 1949 Recognized Registered nurses in the St. Anthony School of Nursing class of 1949 were honored guests at the school alumnae's annual banquet held Saturday night at the Elk's Club, attended by 61 persons. In the group were Mrs. Esther Niehaus Schmitz, Mrs. Doris Sanders Snyder, Mrs. Betty Sill Schechinger, Mrs. Ila Mae Wegman Tivonka, Mrs. Ellen Weiler Hatz, Mrs. Shirley Snyder Juergens, Mrs. Sally Veit Mitchell and Mrs. Mae Gross Pudenz. Dr. and Mrs. Walter Anneberg also were special guests and each spoke briefly. New officers elected for the coming year include Mrs. Myrna Snyder, president; Mrs. Marilyn Eischeid, vice president and Mrs. Leona Sibbel, secretary. CHURCH PICNIC About 20 members of the Carroll First Assembly of God Church attended the Sunday school picnic at Swan Lake State Park Sunday morning. Families of the students and instructors were present. The church generally has a picnic on Father's Day, Gary Kraft, superintendent, said. He and the Rev. W. L. L a n e y organized the event. Discuss Cable TV Service for Audubon AUDUBON - Audubon residents soon may enjoy cable television, if plans of some local businessmen are fulfilled. An Audubon group last week met with representatives of Atlantic Cablevision Systems. Inc., to discuss the possibility of bringing cable TV to Audubon. The Atlantic system went into operation last October and has 1400 subscribers. Residents of the Audubon system would be a subsidiary of the Atlantic system, Carroll also recently voted a cable TV franchise. Preliminary surveys indicate that 12 channels would be available under a cable TV/ranchise, including nine commercial channels, two educational channels, and one weather channel with background music. Voters in Audubon will be asked at a special election to authorize the city council to grant a franchise. JON VOIGHT GEORGE SEGAL GLENDA JACKSON ATouchOfClas Thru^GMHIOTWI HHBIBOHC RtDBUTTONS June ADVENTURE 100 PENNIES "EfeGf7°£ /2vsv^ WBGO Each deposit Iniured to $20.000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FUIT ; SERVICE BANK

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