Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 22, 1974 · Page 6
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, June 22, 1974
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Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, June 22, 1974 Carol Schmitz Bride of Paul Sondgeroth TO Honor Sr. Francetta 6 Gail Holder Bride mi ' Of Sgt. Schneider Exchanging wedding vows at St. Lawrence Church Friday evening, June 21, were Carol Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alver Schmitz of Carroll, and Paul J. Sondgeroth, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sondgeroth of Coon Rapids. The Rev. James Smith officiated at the 7 p.m. double ring ceremony. Kristy Hall attended the bride as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Darlene Hansen and the groom's sister, Laure Schmitz; flower girls were his nieces, Pamela and Paula Langenfeld. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Dennis Sondgeroth was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were another brother, Gary Sondgeroth, and Dan Richardson. His nephew, Michael Sondgeroth, was ring bearer. The bride's full-length gown of nylon organza in A-line style with a chapel train featured a sash with back bow and streamers of orchid satin ribbon. Lace ruching accented the V-shaped bib. neckline, flounce and deep cuffs. Her veil fell in two tiers from a Camelot headpiece of nylon lace trimmed in pearls. She carried white roses and carnations with lavender daisy pompons and baby's breath as a cascade bouquet. Miss Hall and the bridesmaids wore orchid floral frocks styled with full skirts ending in deep dust ruffles and detailed at the waistlines with tie sashes. The flower girls' dresses were similar, in solid orchid. White and lavender streamers fell from their nosegays of white and lavender daisy pompons. A reception for 250 guests was held from 8 until 10 p.m. at the Elk's Club. The former Miss Schmitz. a 1973 Kuemper High School graduate, is employed at Safeway Store in Carroll. Mr. Sondgeroth graduated in 1972 from Coon Rapids High School and is with Scranton Manufacturing Company. After a week's trip to Yellowstone National Park. Wyo., the couple will live at 1733 North Carroll Street. Carroll. Susan AA. Bauer Is June 22 Bride Wedding vows were spoken by Susan M. Bauer and John D. Wessling at Holy Spirit Church here on June 22. Their parents, all of Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling. The double ring ceremony took place at 1 p.m., with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., officiating. Mr. Bauer gave his daughter in marriage before an altar graced with pink gladioli, blue carnations and white pompons. Matron of honor and best man were Mrs. Jim Schmitt and the groom's brother, George Wessling. Ann Osterberger of Dubuque and Cindy Loris of Bloomingdale, 111., were bridesmaids and Nancy Bauer, junior bridesmaid. Dick Spaen, Matt Bauer Jr. and Terry Seidl were groomsmen. David Prenger was lector. Marilyn Steffes, Jane Tacke, Julie Gach, Claudie Simons and Julie Pollastrini were vocalists. Guests were ushered by Mark Bauer and ArtRenze. For her June wedding the bride selected a long gown of sheerganza and Chantilly lace, in A-line silhouette. Lace accented the empire bodice, bishop sleeves and skirt and also etched her double illusion veil that flowed to chapel-length. Pink and white roses were featured in her cascade bouquet. Her attendants were attired in empire-waisted dresses of blue or white flowered cotton challis. The long gowns had collared scoop necklines, long puffed sleeves and sashes. Their flowers were pink and white roses, in cascade design bouquets. Four hundred guests were entertained at a reception from 2:30 until 5 p.m. at the American Legion hall in Arcadia, where a dance will be held tonight from 8 until 12. Mrs. Wessling graduated from Mount St. Clare Junior College, Clinton, and attended the University of Iowa for one year. Mr. Wessling is an alumnus of Iowa State University and is employed by Matt Bauer Livestock Trucking. Their address will be Route 1, Breda, after a week's Minnesota honeymoon. Sr. Francetta Venteicher, F.S.P.A., will be honored at an open house Sunday, June 30, from 2 until 5 p.m. at the Pin Oaks restaurant. Sr. Francetta has been in religious life for 60 years. She was stationed at Halbur from 1965 until 1969 and spent the last five years at Sherrill. Next year she will be at Waterloo. All relatives and friends of Sr. Francetta are invited to the open house. Clark to Tour Aiikeiiy Damage Iowa Senator Dick Clark (D-Marion) will tour the storm damage in the Ankeny area Sunday, June 24. From Ankeny the Senator will fly to Sioux City to meet with several parties to review the possible effects of the livestock industry situation on other businesses and communities in affected areas. The purpose of the Sioux City meeting is to acquaint him with an "overview of the total scope of the problem and the possibilities for governmental action." Monday evening Clark will address the state convention of the Iowa Broadcasters Association in Sioux City. The marriage of Gail Louise Holder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holder of San Angelo, Tex., and Sgt. Wilfred "Bill" Charles Schneider of Abilene, Tex., was solemnized at 2:30 p.m. June 22 in Holy Angels Catholic Church at San Angelo. His parents are Mr. Mrs. Wilfred C. Schneider Phillipes Move to Washington Mr. and Mrs. Todd Phillipe have moved from Boone to Wenatchee. Wash., where he has accepted a job with the United States Forest Service. Mrs. Phillipe is the former Barbara Tomka, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor C. Tomka of Route 3, Carroll. Mr. Phillipe will start work Monday as a survey technician in the Wenatchee National Forest. They reside at 607 King Street, Wenatchee. 98801. Astro For Monday June 24,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) You'll start a project with a great deal of zest, only to slack off. Later you'll pick up the loose threads with less enthusiasm. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A social situation that you presently view lightly will be taken more seriously after you learn of hidden complications. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) A compromise is called for in a domestic matter regarding something you'd like to buy. 4-H News WILLEY - The Willey Merry Maids 4-H Club met June 14 in the parish hall. Roll call, which was "The Color I Look Best In and Why," was answered by 19 members. The achievement show will be held on July 8 at 8 p.m. All exhibits are to be at the parish hall by 2 p.m. that day. Intermediates and Seniors will help the leaders organize the exhibits. Demonstration teams for the county fair were discussed. Record books and the year's project list were also explained and discussed. Demonstrations were given by Donna Hartl on "Your Special Touch," and Linda Bauer on "How Accessories Can Create a Different Look with the Same Basic' Garment." Lunch was served by Jill Trausch and Mardell Trecker, assisted by their mothers. Recreation was led by Lois and Debbie Knobbe. Completed record books should be brought to the next meeting on July 12. Inspector Attends Seminar La Verne Olsen. Manning. Dairy Inspector for the Iowa Department of Agriculture attended a two-day inter-departmental public health seminar in Des Moines this week. The seminar included lectures on handling, storing and sampling dairy dessert products, water well construction and food vending machine sanitation. ATTEND ORIENTATION Jeff Petersen. Geralyn Reinart, Kathy Sibbel and Scott Thein all of Carroll; David Becker. Breda and Randy Leiting. Coon Rapids attended orientation meetings on the Iowa State University campus last week. Aimed at familiarizing the freshmen with campus, department tours, aptitude and placement tests and visits with counselors for planning class schedules were included in the two-day sessions. and Mrs. Wilfred Schneider of Carroll. Mr. Holder gave his daughter in marriage at an altar decorated with yellow daisies. The Rev. Timothy J. Murphy officiated at the double ring ceremony for which Mary Kay Lange was organist and Coleen and Pam Berger, vocalists. Honor attendants were Peggy Holder of San Angelo and Steve Winker of Davenport. Bridesmaids and groomsmen were Kathy Holder of San Angelo, Lola Hoelscher of Ballinger, Tex., Mark Schneider of Carroll and Phil Curran of Little Rock, Ark. Ushers were David Holder, and Ronald Schneider of Woodward, Okla. The bride's crepe gown was styled with a square neckline, empire waist, long cuffed sleeves and bodice outlined in yellow lace. Her full-length veil was caught to a Juliet cap. Shi; carried a bouquet of yellow daisies and baby's breath. For her attendants she chose yellow knit dresses designed with scoop necklines and daisy-outlined empire waists. They wore yellow hats trimmed with ribbons and daisies and carried daisy bouquets. At 4 p.m. reception for 150 guests at the NCO Club, Goodfellow Air Force Base, was followed by an 8 p.m. dinner there for 30. The bride received her education at San Angelo Central High School. Sgt. Schneider, who is in the Air Force, is a Kuemper High School graduate. They will make their home at Colorado Springs, Colo., after honeymooning at Lake of the Ozarks, Mo., and visiting in Carroll. MaryOTool and Thomas Scott Wed Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Steffes of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Vicki to Larry Reiling, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Hoogestraat, also of Carroll. A Nov. 23 wedding is being planned at St. Lawrence Church. Blairsburg Youth Killed In Collision WILLIAMS. Iowa (AP) — Timothy Bisbee, 17, blairsburg, died wnen nis car collided with the rear end a Williams rescue unit. Authorities said Bisbee was alone in his car Friday night when it hit the ambulance driven by Donald Cady, 41, Williams, at the junction of U.S.20andIr35. Cady was taken to an Iowa Falls hospital with neck injuries, authorities said. Eldon Nicholson, 35, Williams, who was on call with Cady, escaped injury. Mary A. O'Tool, of Lincoln, Neb., daughter of Mrs. Rosina O'Tool of Carroll became the June 22 bride of Thomas J. Scott of West Des Moines in an 11 a.m. ceremony at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. Mr. Scott's parents are the Thomas N. Scotts of Dallas Center. The single ring ceremony was performed at 11 a.m. by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Miss O'Tool was given in marriage by her brother, Joseph M. O'Tool. Her sister, Mrs. Kurt Winkler, was matron of honor; bridesmaids were Nancy Siepker and Sharon Grossman. Men in the bridal party included the groom's brother, William Scott, as best man, Don Federwitz and Thomas Hopkins, groomsmen; Keith Tuttle, Dwain Swallow and Doug Westerhaus, ushers. Two hundred fifty guests were entertained at a reception at the Red Carpet Lounge from 1 until 4 p.m. The bride appeared in a gown of ivory Irish crochet lace. The dirndl skirt was Irlbeck-Schumacher Wedding on June 22 Louise Schoofs and Terra nee Selb Wed You won't be able to spend as much as you planned. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A plan you're looking to implement is more optimistic than realistic. Try to be practical at this time. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be prepared to get less than you're expecting from a deal you're involved in. You'll still come out reasonably well. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Don't substitute inspiration for perspiration in hoping to realize your desires. More conscientious effort is needed now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Someone who is helping you with a favor expects you to do a little more on your own than you're now doing. Don't lose this valuable ally. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Just because an idea you now have is going to be harder to get across than you first thought is no reason to drop it entirely. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) In order to protect a joint interest you're going to have to take a firmer position. Be more insistent upon having your say. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) One with whom you are associated is all smiles and charm on the surface. When it comes to making a bargain, however, this person gets tough quickly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) A friend is going to take you up on something you agreed to help her with. It's going to turn out to be quite a chore. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Be careful you're not overly critical about someone a friend of yours is fond of. If you are it will chill your pal towards you. YOUR BIRTHDAY June 24,1974 A course you'll set this year will at first look like a sure thing. Even after it turns out to be more difficult, you will endure and come out the victor. St. Lawrence Church in Carroll was the setting for the June 22 wedding of Louise K. Schoofs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs of Carroll, and Terrance Selb of Hopkins, Minn. He is a son of Mrs. Rose Enerson of San Rafael, Calif., and Warren Selb of Minneapolis. The Rev. Nicholas Schoofs of Racine, Wis., cousin of the bride, officiated at the 1:30 nuptial mass for which Cecelia Eltgroth was organist and Diane Schmidt, vocalist. Another cousin, Bob Donnelly of DeWitt, was lector. Miss Schoofs parents gave her in marriage. Janet Menke of Fort Dodge and Steven Paulson of Norfolk, Va., were honor attendants. Bridesmaids were Debra Hanson of Minneapolis and the groom's sisters, Elizabeth and Christine Enerson of San Rafael. Groomsmen were the bride's brother, Paul Schoofs of Chapel Hill, N.C., Bob Johnson and Jeff Adams of Minneapolis. Cheryl Michael of Libertyville, 111., was her cousin's flower girl; ring bearer was the groom's brother, John Enerson of San Rafael. Ushers were Bill Schoofs of Minneapolis and Mark Schoofs of Dubuque, brothers of the bride, and her cousin, Nick Schoofs of Pocahontas. Miss Schoofs wore a lace-trimmed empire gown of white nylon over satin, designed with a high neckline, ruffled cuffs and an A-line skirt detailed with lavender bows at the bottom. Her waist-length veil was caught to a Juliet cap. A lavender cattleya orchid centered her cascade bouquet of white daisies. Miss Menke's pale lavender dress imprinted with purple violets had a low neckline and short puffed' sleeves. The bridesmaids' costumes featured tailored blouses of the same pale lavender and long purple satin skirts. All carried baskets of flowers in the bride's colors. A reception was held until 4:30 at the Elk's Club, for 150 guests. The bride and groom graduated from the University of Minnesota, majoring in theatre and political science, respectively. She is employed as a copy writer for KRSI-KFMX Radio, Minneapolis. Mr. Selb, who attended law school for one year, is employed by Nilva and Frisch Law Firm in St. Paul, Minn. They will spend a week at Virginia Beach, Va., and after July 1 will live at 831 Old Settler's Trail, Apt. 5, Hopkins. DEDHAM — Cynthia Irlbeck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Irlbeck of Dedham. and Robert Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schumacher of Coon Rapids, were united in marriage June 22, during a 1:30 p.m. ceremony at St. Joseph's Church here. The Rev. Henry Meyer officiated at the double'ring wedding. Pat Irlbeck. brother of the bride, was the lector and Dale Derner and John Pletchette. mass servers. Cathy Pletchette, organist, accompanied the vocalists. Patty Schumacher, Laurie Seidl. Joni Seidl. Linda Knobbe. Joyce Staiert, Kris Meyer, Denise Greving and Mary Jo Brincks. Mrs. Ken Richards served as matron of honor. Pam Irlbeck. sister of the bride, Mrs. Jim Olesen, Perry, sister of the groom, and Cheri Everingham, Casa Grande, Ariz., were the bridesmaids. Attending the groom were Nick Olesen, Coon Rapids, best man, Jim Olesen, Perry, Richard Schumacher, Algona, and Robert Irlbeck, Omaha, Neb., brother of the bride. Guests were seated by Randy Irlbeck, brother of the bride, and Eugene Reineke, Coon Rapids. Lydia Crowdes, Winterset, and David Olesen, Perry, served as flower girl Calendar SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY- Rebekah Lodge TUESDAY— E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg Jollyettes Club, Mrs. Gene Becker Golden Circle bridge OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEflTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-take City Phone 464-3281 First United Methodist Church SUNDAY June 23 10 a.m. Sermon: "And In Conclusion" Dr. Francis L. Brockman Or. Brockman's last Sunday in Carroll PUBUC'lNVITED * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES AoomploU wiO plM jrt to price* M* miy Brifa, separated from the slightly-raised waist by a ruffle of matching lace interwoven with satin. The same trim enhanced the high neck and short sleeves. A "camellia lace de ligne" pattern accented the scalloped edge of the floor-length dress. Her coif f mantilla of matching lace was draped in peasant fashion over her head and fell in shawl fashion over her arms. Mrs. Winkler wore a long dress of yellow chiffon with white lace collar. The bridemaids' gowns were identically-styled, in green. Mrs. Scott presently attends the University of Nebraska at Lincoln, and will be employed by the Social Security Administration. The groom received his education at Simpson College, Indianola, and is employed by Frontier Fence Company of West Des Moines. They are taking a two-week trip to western states and will be at home after July 8 at 1344 G Street, Lincoln. STONES UO W. 6th — Carroll Juniors Open Auxiliary Meet and ring bearer. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a satin finish dacron gown with a high neckline, sheer yoke, tapered sleeves and train. Lace and pearls accented the A-line skirt and bodice. Her lace Camelot headpiece held a triple veil. The attendants wore floor-length dresses in the bridal colors of pastel blue and white. The double knit skirts featured empire waists trimmed with lace sashes, and lace circled the ruffled V-necklines and sleeves/ White gladioli and blue daisies decorated the altar. The bride carried a bouquet of pink roses and baby's breath. Flowers in the bridesmaids' baskets were pink sweetheart roses, white daisies, blue starflowers, baby's breath and foliage. A reception for 450 guests was held at the American Legion Hall in Dedham from 2:30 to 4:30 p.m. The bride, a Kuemper High School graduate, attended the University of Iowa. The groom graduated from Coon Rapids High School and served four years in the U.S. Navy. After a week's honeymoon to the western states, the couple will reside at R. R. 1, Coon Rapids, where the groom is engaged in farming. ARCADIA —'Junior president, Carla Bruggeman opened the Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 American Legion Auxiliary meeting Monday evening. Before the meeting was turned over to senior officers, Mrs. Warren Andersen, junior leader, presented Miss Bruggeman a membership ring for her tenure as president. She also presented Lisa Vonnahmeand Doris Badding gifts for their collection of the most cents-off coupons. During the business session, at which Rose Marie Schweers presided, Lucy Pille, girls-state representative spoke on her past week's activities at Girls State. Reports were given on Junior activities which include Skip Day July 10; Poppy Day activities which netted nearly $90 of sale?: and the newspaper campaign. Papers will be collected the last Monday of each month at 2 p.m. An Oskaloosa firm will pick up the papers collected. Delegates were chosen for the department convention July 18 and 19. They are Mrs. Lewis Schmitz, Mrs. Vernon Noelck and Rose Marie Schweers. Several alternates will also be attending. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. Otmar Bierl, Mrs. Leonard Booth, Mrs. Art Bruch Sr. and Mrs. Leonard Bruening. Mrs. Lome Steinkamp received the door prize for seniors and Donna Badding for the juniors. The chance drawing went to Mrs. Minnie Ehlers. Lunch was served by Mrs. Leroy Niehaus, Mrs. Don McDade, Mrs. Wilbert Lussman and Rose Leiting. SCATTERED DAMAGE Damages were scattered as last night's storm passed through Denison. A large section of the screen at the Denison drive-in theater was disengaged and a glass door broken at the Iowa Highway Patrol office on Highway 59. Wind damaged a school building under construction and a downed limb marred a parked automobile. Unconfirmed reports indicate other blown limbs and downed television antennas. Anne Garbier is Wed in St. Pau An evening wedding ceremony Friday, June 21, in St. Paul, Minn., joined Anne Garbier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Garbier of Carroll, and Thomas Lofboom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elof Lofboom of Harris, Minn. The Rev. Fr. Kaiser of St. Rose of Lima Church, assisted by the Rev. Lloyd Mart, Lutheran coordinator of the Home of the Elderly of Northeast Minneapolis, celebrated the 5 p.m. mass. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The couple was attended by all members of both families including Mary Garbier as maid of honor, Nancy Garbier, Mrs. Elma Garbier Heidemann. Mrs. Janice Lofboom Smith. Rick Lofboom as best man, Dennis Lofboom, and Steve Garbier. Other attendants were Mrs. Mary Rector. Terry Harmon and John Horvath. The ceremony was followed by a dinner reception and wedding dance at Lake Elmo, Minn., for about 250 guests. Mrs. Lofboom is a graduate of the University of Minnesota and teachers in the St. Paul School system. Her husband, a graduate of Huron College, Huron, S.D., teaches in the North St. Paul-Maplewood School system. The couple will reside in their new home at 2068 Randy Avenue, White Bear Lake, Minn. SUSAN PETER GEORGE FONDA There's Noth'm They Won't Try! 'Dirty Mary Crazy Larry' /VIcukTWain's ucklcbcny BRING THE FAMILY I Sunday from :00 p.m. where the 1 lilies bloom Two Adult Attractions HOW TO SEDUCE A WOMAN A most improbably comedy Plus THE HARRAD EXPERIENCE The shocking best seller is on the screen.

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