Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 20, 1974 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, June 20, 1974
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Couple Wed In Ceremony At Manning MANNING - Janet Arp. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle O. Arp, and Gaylin Ranniger. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ranniger, all of Manning, were wed in Sacred Heart Church here June 8 by the Rev. Norbert Weber, M.S.C. Auxiliary Adds New Members MANNING - The American Legion Auxiliary installed Eileen Ross, Judy Erb and Lois Ramsey as new members during the June 11 meeting. Amanda Lamp and Elaine Hansen were in charge of the installation ceremony. Elaine Struve named the following officers for the coming year chosen by the nominating committee: Lila Schroeder, president; Neola Moeller, first vice president; Shirley McCollum, second vice president; Judy Joens, recording secretary; Helen Pratt, corresponding secretary; Alta Hansen, treasurer; Edna Vollstedt, chaplain; and Carolyn Blohm, historian. Future activities will be a rehearsal dinner on July 5 for the Odendahl family and the Dentlinger wedding reception on July 13. The department convention will be held on July 18 and 19 at Hotel Fort Des Moines. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, June 20, 1974 Miss Arp was given in marriage by her father and attended by Mrs. Kathy Arp of Chicago, Sue Schrum and Nancy Schrum of Des Moines, Bev Spack of Omaha and Carol Lally of Lake City. Russ Ranniger of Manning, Charlie Block and Joe Handlos of Sioux City, Bill Ranniger of Omaha and Bob Sturm of Council Bluffs attended the groom. Rachel Wright of Sioux City was vocal soloist. Ushers were Royce Ranniger, Doug Musfeld and Ron Hill of Manning and Joe Lally of Lake City. A reception for 275 guests was held after the ceremony at the parish hall. The bride chose an empire gown of satin trimmed with Irish lace and a Juliet cap with veil, and carried white roses. The pastel checked dresses worn by her attendants were in pastel lavender, orange, green, yellow and blue. Their daisy bouquets were in the same colors. After a week's honeymoon in Hawaii Mr. and Mrs. Ranniger are living in Sioux City, where she attends Morningside College and he works at Toy National Bank. Jayne M. Adkins, Gene Sullivan Wed STARLINE BALLROOM Carroll, Iowa Anniversary Dance MR. & MRS. VIRGIL ZIMMERMAN Friday, June 21 PAUL MOORHEAD Orchestra August Wedding . . . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schon of Glidden announce the engagement of their daughter Shirley to Andre Angrick, son of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Nicholson, also of Glidden. Vows will be exchanged Aug. 17 in Holy Family Church, Lidderdale. Star Drug Pharmacy Walgreen Agency Two Pharmacists on Duty to Give You Fast Service Our Experienced PHARMACIST Will Quote You Our LOWEST PRICEI On Your Next PRESCRIPTION Wedding vows were spoken in Holy Spirit Church here Wednesday, June 19, by Jayne M. Adkins and Gene Sullivan. The couple's parents, all of Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Adkins and Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan. The double ring ceremony took place at 7:30 p.m. and was followed by a reception for 200 at the Elk's Club. Officiating were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., and the Rev. Richard D. Hogan, pastor of the First Christian Church, Council Bluffs. White gladioli and blue and yellow daisies decorated the altar. Attending the bride and groom were his sister, Mrs. Gene Nellesen, and her brother. Rick Adkins. Kim Zimmerman was flower girl and the couple's brothers, Ron Adkins and Jeff Sullivan, carried the rings. Ushers were the bride's uncle, Robert Campbell; the groom's brother. Bill Sullivan; and his brothers-in-law, Phil Sawhill and Mr. Nellesen. Vocalists were Deb Richardson, Marvin Toft and Jim Neuerburg. Ron Henkenius was organist. Miss Adkins' wedding gown of white organza was in A-line style, featuring a deep dust ruffle edged in scalloped lace and long full sleeves with wide cuffs. Outlining the neckline of the empire bodice was a band of sequined scalloped lace. A Play Euchre at Clubrooms Golden Circle Club members played euchre at five tables Wednesday night at theclubrooms. •Mrs. Eleanor Heman and Mrs. Albert Baumhover received the women's score prizes as they tied for high. Mr. Baumhover won men's high and John Mattes, second. The tally prize went to Mrs. John Vanderheiden. ATTENDS CONVENTION Mrs. Wayne Harmening will represent St: Paul Lutheran Church at .the Lutheran Women's Missionary League's 16th biennial convention at Camp Okoboji on West Lake Okoboji on June 27-29. Spencer Zone will host the convention, whose theme is "Happiness Is Sharing Jesus." Three mission speakers are scheduled for the meeting. Loans Savings Accounts BANKING Safe Deposit Checking Accounts Every Banking Service You May Ever Need Each deposit Iniured to $20,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Camelot headpiece of matching lace held her lace-edged mantilla veil train. She carried a cascade of white butterfly roses, pixie carnations and baby's breath with English ivy accents. Her father gave her in marriage. The matron of honor wore a long dress of light blue waffle-pique knit, styled with a low square neckline and princess-style skirt. Blue velvet, ribbon strung through white lace trimmed the short sheer flared sleeves and empire bodice, and her white picture hat was banded in blue. The flower girl's A-line frock, also light blue, had a white eyelet apron effect and shoulder ruffles. Their flowers were in the bride's colors, blue, yellow and white. Mrs. Sullivan, who has been employed at the Country Cafe, is a 1973 graduate of Carroll' High School and attended C. E. School of Commerce, Omaha. Her husband graduated in 1970 from Kuemper High School and attended Brown Institute of Broadcasting, Minneapolis. He has been employed at Radio Station KCIM, Carroll, and will work for Steffen & Sons at Anchorage, Alaska. For their wedding trip the couple will travel to Alaska, stopping in Colorado Springs and the World's Fair at, Spokane, Wash. Their address will be Star Route, Box 217, Eagle River, Alaska. o CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll Attend Rite In Waterloo Enrolls at B.V. Mike Sharar (right), a member of the Buena Vista College admissions staff, welcomes Michael Cattermole (middle) and his mother, Mrs. Marlin Cattermole, to freshman orientation and registration at Buena Vista College Monday, June 17. Michael will be a freshman at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake this fall. VFW Juniors Make Nut Cups Mr. and Mrs. Gaylin Ranniger Personals- Mrs. Mary Bluml's daughter, Mary Jane Bluml, Minneapolis, Minn., and son and his family Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bluml, Ann, Rex and Stanley of Wichita, Kan., visited her in Carroll over the weekend. They came also to attend the wedding of Thomas Schwaller and Marikay Klocke and to visit Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ricke. Miss Bluml arrived Thursday and left Wednesday. The Harold Blumls left Monday after a three-days stay. Tennessee Boy Visits Westside WESTSIDE — Mikey Mattlin from Memphis, Tenn., was a guest in the Larry Thiedeman home from Wednesday until Saturday. Picnic supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Vonnahme recently were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vonnahme of Campbellsburg, Ind. Last week Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Thiedeman spent the week at Lake Clitherall, Minn. MANNING - The Junior Girls VFW Unit decorated 100 nutcups for the Iowa City Hospital at their Saturday meeing. It was announced the new Junior Girls leader for the coming year would be Elaine Struve. Gifts were presented to Maureen Williams, past president, and 12 girls with perfect attendance. The draw prize was won by Lori Nelson. Following the meeting, the girls went to the city park for a 75 Attend Guild Party About 75 members and guests attended the St. Lawrence Ladies Guild dessert-card party Wednesday afternoon. Bridge and other card games were played and individual potted geraniums were given as table prizes. In charge of the event were Mrs. Patrick Lehman and Mrs. Matt Hugeback, co-chairmen of the June Circle. The Guild's next regular meeting will be held Sept. 9. Astrology Friday June 21,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21 - April 19) Today you'll derive enjoyment from the quieter things. Hanging around with one too active will cause disruptions you can do without. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20) You'll be better off doing what pleases you, rather than attempting a task that your heart isn't in. GEMINI (May 21-June 10) If you don't lock your budget down tight today, you're going to spend some funds frivolously that you've set aside for more practical purposes. CANCER (June 21 - July 22) This can be a fun day if you don't let an insignificant problem overwhelm your thoughts. Treat yourself to something nice. LEO (July 23 - Aug. 22) You'll spare yourself annoyance if you steer clear of one who always upsets your plans in order to satisfy his own interests. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept.22) Try to cover your present needs wiener roast provided by the leaders. Mrs. Dorothy Mohr, auxiliary member, helped with this event. Terrace Apartment Club members met June 17 for their regular business meeting. The hostess was Hilda Kahl. After the meeting, the members played cards with pinochle prizes going to Betty Ohm for high and Laura Popp for second high. Another prize was awarded to May Keat. Mrs. Kahls' two daughters, Luella Brus and Darlene Wiese were present as guests of the club. COLLEGE SEMINAR The fourth in a series of seminars for nursing home administrators is scheduled for June 27 at the Biltmore Restaurant, Sioux City. Peter J. Buttara, Aberdeen, S.D., an authority on health law, will be the speaker for the event, sponsored by Western Iowa Tech Community College. Registration is from 8:30-9 a.m. and the program will conclude at 4 p.m. Cost is $10 for Iowa residents. with what you have at hand. Don't bank on new sources that have yet to prove they can produce. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) Don't make changes at the present where your work or career is concerned. You could be your own worst enemy. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) You'll be lucky for yourself and others today, if those you're involved with let you call the shots. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec* 21) You'll fare very well if you deal solely with those close to you. Tieups with outsiders could be costly. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19) You'll get all the cooperation you need if you let others know that what you want is not for you alone, but for them as well. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) Your rewards will come only if you finish what you start. Don't jump from one project to another. PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20) You're lucky today as long as you bet only on sure things. Taking a chance on something you're not familiar with will prove a flop. Your Birthday June 21,1974 Greater opportunities will be coming your way this year. Persons in positions to help will give you a needed boost. Mr and Mrs. Ray Hamann and Mr. and Mrs. Harry R. Hagge of Carroll have returned home after attending the wedding of their grandson, Jon Hagge, and Debra Kemming, both of Cedar Falls, on June 15 at Grace Lutheran Church, Watefloo. Fr. Coyle Is Welcomed At Roselle ROSELLE - The Rev. Jerome Coyle, new pastor of Holy Angels Church, was welcomed by his parishioners at a potluck supper here Monday. Master of ceremonies was the Rev. Henry Meyer of Dedham. Other clergymen attending were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., and the Revs. Edmund Tiedeman, James Smith and Thomas Topf of Carroll, Victor E. Kollasch of Halbur and Richard Birdsall of Maple River. Sr. Caroline Kirsch, who will teach at Holy Spirit School this fall, also was present. Kuemper High School students Gail Eischeid, Lori Hahn, Karen Eich and Barb Eischeid presented a welcoming skit. The rest of the evening was spent visiting. Couples on the committee for the event included the Lawrence Hahns, Clifford Eischeids, John Roths, Lambert Hackforts, Merlin Havermans, Norbert Hahns, Ronald Dopheides, Arby Nepples, Paul Hoffmans and Leon Baumhovers. Club Takes a Bus Trip The Round Robin Club of Lake City, Carroll and surrounding towns took a bus trip to Dubuque Tuesday. The group of 19 club members and 20 guests had breakfast at Cedar Falls and continued to Dyersville to view the St. Francis Basillica Church. After dinner and shopping in Dubuque, the party took an afternoon ride on a river boat on the Mississippi. At Dickeyville, Wis., they visited a grotto. En route home they had supper at Independence. ISU ORIENTATION Nine local students who will be freshmen in the College of Sciences and Humanities at Iowa State University in the fall have been attending orientation meetings on the campus this week. Those attending were Sheri J. Jorgensen, Audubon, Ted S. Nam and Wayne L. Pudenz, Carroll, Melanie S. Bielenberg, Coon Rapids. Ann J. Juelsgaard and Nancy J. Spies, Gray, Paul J. Renze, Manning, Micki Van Sickler, Scranton, and Patricia J. Vogel, Wall Lake. Purpose of the two day sessions is to help new students become more familiar with the campus. SUSAN PETER I GEORGE FONDA There's Noth'm They Won't Try! Sun. From 1:30 I Dirty Mary Crazy Larry] THRU TUES 7i30 9:30 /Mark Twain's iucktebcrry ibm United Anlisls BRING THE FAMILY! Sunday from 1:00 p.m. THRU TUES 7:00 9:00 Robert B. Radnitz Theatre where the ililies bloom THRU TUES 7:00 9:00 Way neon wheels! John Wayne TMctt T CARROLL I DRIVE-IN -ca/mou. PLUS COHIT Burt Reynolds/ THRU . 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