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

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 18, 1974
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Two Couples are Feted for Anniversaries LIDDERDALE Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid of LidderdaJe honored two of its members — Mr; Lyle Hein and Mrs Laverdos Onken — and the;r husbands Sunday with a pollock dinner and program in observance of their 25th wedding anniversaries. The Heins" anniversary occurred May 1 and the Onkens'. June 12 Those who had been in the wedding parties and the couples" children were special guests. The Heins' guests were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Winger and John of Belvidere. 111., and Carol Wuertz of Oxford. Mich., sisters of Mrs. Hein: Mr. and Mrs. Gene Skinner. Michael and David of Puyallup. Wash.: Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Subbert and Kristy of Jefferson: Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wenck and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hein Jr.. Marlin and Lorie. and Kim Prill of Glidden: and Charma Tolstrup of Ankeny. Their children attending were Randy. Ross. Rhoda and Herold, Carroll, la Twewioy, Jur>e 18, 1974 Rebecca. Special guests of the Onkens were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Youngblood of Jefferson: Mr and Mrs. William Mumme and Mr and Mrs Martin Henke. Debbie and Donna of St James. Minn : Mr and Mrs Paul Kail. Michael and Kendall of Farnhamville. Mr and Mrs Lynel Onken. Mr and Mrs. Glennes Onken and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Onken and families, and Ruth Helm k amp: and their children. Dale. Sharon. Duane and Daniel. The Rev. Albert Bostelmann addressed the honored couples and they were presented with gifts from the Aid by Mrs. Andrew Wenck. In addition, each couple received an anniversary cake decorated in orchid, yellow and green. Poems were read by the program committee. Mrs. Mary Onken. Mrs. Norbert Breidert. Mrs. Earl Berns. Mrs. Elmer Kruse. Mrs. Carl Faber and Mrs. Leland Bruggeman. As the original wedding accounts were read from The Carroll Daily Times Herald, Faye Wenck modeled Mrs. Hein's wedding dress JON VOIGHT GEORGE SEGAL ENDS \ GLENDA JACKSON / ATbuchOf ClaS -.SHE WAS Engagement Is Announced Times Herald News Service AUDUBO.N - Mr and Mrs Lawrence Bov,-en of Audubon announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara to Kim Krauel of Peona. li! son of Mr and Mrs Kmmert Krauel of Gray The couple will be married July 6 in F" i r s t United Methodist Church. Audubon Miss Bowen and her fiance are graduates of Audubon High School. She is a senior in the Methodist Hospital of Central Illinois school of nursing at Peoria Mr Krauel graduated from Lincoln (Neb. i School of Commerce and is employed by Household Finance Corporation at Peoria. Personals— Mr. and Mrs R. M. Kuebler of St. Petersburg. F'la.. have arrived to spend a few weeks with relatives and friends. They are guests at the home of Mrs'. Arnold Witt. and Linda Onken. Mrs Onken's. Music included vocal selections by Rhoda and Rebecca Hein and a piano solo by Sharon Onken. Mrs Berns presented "Dad's Day Salute", after which the group sang "Blest Be the Tie That Binds". 1 '- Vanderheiden Studio Photo Live Near Carroll . . . Mr and Mrs. Phil Simons are residing on Route 3. Carroll, following their marriage May 18 at Holy Angels Church. Roselle. She is the former Joyce M. Heithoff. The couple's parents, all of Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heithoff and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Simons. PICNIC AT PARK Eleven members of the Past Matrons Club of Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star, attended a picnic supper and social . evening Monday at the South Side Park open shelter house. Calendar 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. F:. H. Rosenbaum H.N.H. Club. Mrs. Donald Diers Golden Circle bridge WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Carroll County Democratic Women Newcomers. Tony's C.C.C. Club. Mrs. William McCarville L. or L. Club. Mrs. Ray Nellesen SC'sClub. Mrs. Bill Becker STOP Club. 7 p.m.. 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle HERE'S PROOF You DON'T HAVE TO PAY HIGH PRICES to Own Top Quality Air Conditioners Backed by Excellent Service FRIGIDAIRE-light weight Cools Up to 260 Square Ft. Weighs only 65 Ibs. Automatic Thermostat Operates on Regular Household Current $ NOW 138 00 Model ACS35LPA Frigidaire's exclusive Jet-Aire wnt removes stale air fast. FRIGIDAIRE "Compact" Cools up to 425 Square Ft. USE YOUR CREDIT , 20% DOWN NO INTEREST PAYMENTS TILL SEPT. 15,1974 2 Cooling Levels Jet Air Vent Automatic Thermostat Uses Regular Household Current Quick Installation Kit $ MODEL AEC38MS NOW ' 268 Add electronically filtered air to big room comfort. "High Efficiency" FRIGIDAIRE Cools up to 1000 Square Ft. At Low Operating Cost Cool An Average Home SAAOOO 00 UNLT Tr^J^J DIAL 792-2525 or 464-3281 For A No-Obligation Home Survey Prices Good ThroJ^h Sunday June 23rd OPEN WED. NIGHT. FRIDAY NIGHT SUNDAY AFTERNOON PHONE 792-2696 flPPLIflnCECEnTER For "Pink Fleet" Service Susan Boes Is Married In June 15 Rite BREDA — Exchanging wedding vows in St. Bernard Church here at 4 p.m. June 15 were Susan Boes and Dennis Schreier. both of Ames. Her brother, the Rev. Clair Boes. officiated. The bride and groom were given in marriage by their parents. Mr. and Mrs. William Boes of Wall Lake, Edwin Schreier of Moorland and Mrs. Madonna Schreier of Fort Dodge, before an altar graced with white gladioli and yellow carnations and daisies. Donna Buelt was organist: Terri Templemeyer. vocalist: and Barry Malone, trumpeter, for the double ring wedding that was followed by a reception for 200 guests at the American Legion hall here. Mrs. Carol Malone. sister of the bride, was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were her nieces. Cathy Snyder and Peggy Snyder. and another niece. Becky Snyder, was flower girl. The groom's brother. Rick Schreier, was best man: groomsmen were Bob Brungardt and Steve O'Tool. Ring bearer was the bride's nephew. Scott Malone. Her brother. Merlin Boes. and Bob Emert ushered. The bride chose a white chiffon gown fashioned with a smocked bodice, semi-empire waistline and A-line skirt that formed a chapel train. Venice lace accented the high open neckline and the cuffs of the long billowy sleeves. A lace-covered cap held her long mantilla veil. She carried white daisies and yellow roses backed with salal foliage as a cascade bouquet. The identically-styled frocks worn by her attendants and flower girl, in polyester crepe, had round necklines, high waists, short puffed sleeves and princess skirts. Sashes were tied in back and extended to the floor. Mrs. Malone and the flower girl wore jade green and the others, tulip yellow. White picture hats completed their costumes. Their flowers were yellow and white. Mr. and Mrs. Schreier are 1971 graduates of St. Bernard High School. The bride has an associate degree in nursing from the College of St. Mary, Omaha, and is employed at the Boone County Hospital. Mr. Schreier also graduated from Iowa Central Community College and is attending Iowa State University. The couple will live in Ames. Rotarians Report on Meeting The Carroll Rotary Club, meeting at Tony's Restaurant Monday night, heard reports from several members who attended the International Rotary meeting in Minneapolis last week. The international meeting was attended by 10,300 Rotarians from 71 countries throughout the world. Members of the Carroll club who attended the Minneapolis meeting with their wives were Dr. Lynn Curry, president of the Carroll Rotary, Donald Jones, Cecil Menke, Dr. Paul Anneberg, Robert Pudenz, H. L. Hudson and Howard Wilson. It was announced Monday that the district assembly for District 600, of which the Carroll club is a member, will be held at the Holiday Inn in the Amana Colonies June 22. St. Lawrence Dessert Card Party — Vender Auditorium — Wednesday June 19 2 O'Clock. Public is welcome. Admission $1. Adv. Osterlund-Anderson Vows Solemnized Carlette Nancy Osterlund, daughter of Mrs. Arthur M Osterlund. Carroll, and Robert Eugene Anderson, son of Mrs. Don Anderson. Coon Rapids, were married during a double ring ceremony. June 15 at the First United Methodist Church. The Rev. Dr. Francis L. Brockman officiated at the 7:30 p.m. wedding. Larry Odom. Fort Worth. Tex., and Joan E. Schulte. Omaha, Neb., were the vocalists accompanied by the organist, Mrs. Carroll Lane. Daisies and baby's breath in royal purple, baby blue and white decorated the altar. Mrs. Osterlund gave her daughter in marriage. Carol Odom. Fort Worth. Tex., served as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Deb Dingman, Scranton, Barb Malone, Claudia Coins and Julie Bliss, junior bridesmaid. The bridegroom was attended by Wayne Nies, Coon Rapids, best man, Dave Martin. Coon Rapids, Tim Hockett, Manning, and Max Wenck, Lidderdale. Gary Witt and Leonard Dammann, both of Manning, were the ushers. Carrie Bliss and Mike Beyerink. Coon Rapids, served as flower girl and ring bearer. The bride's dotted Swiss gown had a yoked bodice with rp-emhroidered lace trim. A ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carro!!/ chapel length train, high neckline, bishop sleeves and ruffles at the wrist accented the gown. The hem of the demi-bel! skirt ended in a ruffle. The bride's veil was originally worn by her mother. The bridal colors of royal purple and baby blue were shown in the bridesmaids' dresses. Baby blue dotted Swiss topped white floor length tiered skirls with royal purple ribbon. The bride carried a bouquet of white daisies and stephanotis, baby's breath with greens and a large white orchid with a purple throat. Her attendants held nosegays of daisies and baby's breath surrounded by net in the bridal colors. About 300 guests attended a reception in the fellowship hall after the services. The bride graduated from Carroll Community High School in 1972, and the groom is a 1972 graduate of Coon Rapids High School. Both attended Iowa Central Community College in For! Dodge. The bride was employed at the Coast to Coast Store in Carroll, and the groom is working at Garst & Thomas, Coon Rapids. Following a week's honeymoon in the East, the couple will be at home at 786 Sixth Street, Coon Rapids. Courtesy For Future Bride A linen shower honoring Jayne Adkins was held Monday night at the home of Mike J. Sullivan by Mrs. Gene Nellesen, Mrs. Philip Sawhill and Mrs. Gene Schieffer. Fourteen guests attended. Games were played. Miss Adkins will be the June 19 bride of Gene Sullivan. INFANT BAPTIZED TEMPLETON — Jill Marie Bauer, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bauer, Templeton, was baptized June 15 at Sacred Heart Church. The Rev. Eugene Schumacher officiated, and sponsors were Jean Stevens of Templeton and Kenneth Frank of Carroll. Grandparents of the baby are Mrs. Julia Goetzinger, Templeton, and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bauer, Dedham. Lunch was served at the Bauer home after the baptism. Personals— Carroll guests at the Kanne-Rublein wedding at Winona, Minn.. June 8 were Mrs. Dora Tyrrell, Mrs. Josephine Baumhover. Mrs. Elmer Simons. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kanne, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kanne, Mr. and Mrs. John Cooper, Mr. and Mrs. James Tyrrell, Mr. and Mrs. Ramon Dinges. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hulsing and Mr. and Mrs. ArtHulsing. Honored at Two Showers Linda Brown has been honored recently at two miscellaneous bridal showers. One was given by Mrs. Steven Bebout at her home in Perry, with about 20 guests attending. The other, for 24 guests, was given at the home of Mrs. Larry Bruning. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Randy Sieve, Jane Sieve and Melissa Birch. Pink and mint green were used in decorations at both courtesies. Miss Brown will marry James Birch in a June 22 ceremony at St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Perry. //I 'BUTTERFLIES AMONG FLOWERS IN FULL BLOOM" FOR SUMMER FRESHNESS IN TODAYS BATH From RANSBERG SEE ALL THE MATCHING ACCESSORIES AT OUR SHOP. SHOPPIE At FRANKS PLBG. & HTG. 309 N. Clark WED. - THURS. - FRI. - SAT. June 19-20-21-22 A Blood-Curdling-Spine Tingling Four Day SH OE SALE FOR 1HE MEN and BOYS 200 Pairs of Fine Quality MEN'S LOAFERS, BUCKLES or OXFORDS $ White Brown Black Combos Sfe- Values to $30.95 Now on racks at Suede leather — Smooth leather — Patent leather! FEATURING NUNN-BUSH - ROBLEE-PEDWIN PLUS Another Big Group of Fine MEN'S SHOES Including whites, and combos and golf shoes. "Example Shoe Pictured Reg. $22.95 NOW M 8.46 r *7H£ STOfif TO 60 FO* SHO£S WU

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