Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 1, 1974 · Page 4
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r Debra Dobesh and James Wille Marry Debra Marie Dobesh of Davenport and James Allen Wille of Iowa City spoke nuptial vows in a double ring rite June 29 at St. Paul the Apostle Church in Davenport. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Dobesh of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille of Carroll. White flowers provided a background for the 1 p.m. wedding performed by the Rev. James Parizek. Miss Dobesh was given in marriage by her father and attended by Colleen Dobesh of Iowa City as maid of honor, Mrs. Vincent Ehrecke and Sue Wadle of Davenport and Linda Newkirk of Iowa City. Flower girl was the groom's niece, Kris Payson of Cedar Falls. Best man was Scott Wille of Mission, Kan. Rich Nagl of Ann Arbor, Mich., Lynn Wiese of Iowa City and Ron Juergens of Carroll were groomsmen. Guests were ushered by Jim Dobesh of Iowa City and Mike Payson of Cedar Falls. Music was provided by Mrs. Paul Bauer, organist, and Martha Wadle, vocalist, both of Davenport. For her late-June wedding the bride donned an empire A-line gown of white silk See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES • Ledgers • Journals • Filing Supplies • Card Files Set us before you buy. STONE'S rtwy. 30 Downtown Corroll jersey, styled with a softly-gathered skirt that swept to an inlaid chapel train. Venise lace accented the mandarin neckline, bodice and cuffs of the fitted sleeves and also trimmed her chapel veil. Her cascade bouquet featured a white cattleya orchid amid baby's breath, stephanotis and ivy. Her attendants', identical A-line frocks were of blue floral organza flecked with lavender and yellow. Blue satin bows and streamers enhanced the V-neck bodices; soft butterfly caplets shadowed the halter backs. They carried nosegays of yellow daisies, turquoise baby's breath and lavender bachelor buttons. A reception for 250 guests was held from 2:30 until 4:30 at Our Lady of Victory parish center in Davenport, after which the couple left for a week's trip to northern states. Mrs. Wille has a B. A. degree in English from the University of Iowa and has been employed at Mercy Hospital in Davenport. The groom received a B.S. degree in pharmacy from the same university and will be a freshman there this fall in the College of Medicine. He is affiliated with Delta Upsilon and Alpha Zeta Omega pharmaceutical fraternity. After July 7 they will live at 338 South Governor, Iowa City. FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Wed., July 3 PAUL MOORHEAD (Coming — Feiz Fritsche, July 13) cariaiaibott Miss Collison Bride Of MichaelMosman Corn Progress — Knee-high by the Fourth? This Garst and Thomas corn demonstration plot at Coon Rapids was that tall last week. Part of the reason for the good quality of this corn is -SUff Photo The marriage of Carla Sue Talbott and Charles David Hill, both of Carroll, took place at 7 p.m. June 28 at the United Presbyterian Church here, with the Rev. Allan M. Peterson officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Art Talbott of Boone and Mr. and Mrs. Willus Hill of Manning. Matron of honor and best man were Mrs. Beverly Kuhl, a sister, and David Dammann. Barbara Stangi was bridesmaid and Dennis Ohde, groomsman. Guests were ushered by the bride's brother, Randall Talbott, and the groom's cousin, Ronald Hill. Music for the double ring ceremony was provided by Mrs. Don Severin, organist, and Beth Volquartsen of Manning, vocal soloist. The bride's colors, lavender and white, were shown in altar Barbara Collison and Michael Mosman were united in marriage in a 1 p.m. double ring ceremony June 29 at bt. Lawrence Church in Carroll, with the Rev. James R. Smith as celebrant of the nuptial mass. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Collison and Mr, and Mrs. Oliver (Bud) Mosman, all of Carroll, are the couple's parents. Attending the bride, who was given in marriage by her parents, were Mrs. Jim Middendorf of Des Moines as matron of honor; Joan Collison, Deb Collison and Mrs. Ron Schmitz, all of Carroll. Mark Huebsch of Carroll was best man. Groomsmen were Dave Mosman of Carroll and Mike Houlihan of Kenosha, Wis. Mark Collison of Omaha was lector. Carrying the offering were the bride's sisters and brother, Nancy, the care given it by the Garst and Thomas employes. Kriss Erickson, Coon Rapids, is pictured here hoeing out weeds in 80-degree heat. arrangements of mums and Tracy and Alan Collison. Pat Schumacher was guitarist; vocalists included Linda Knobbe, Kris Meyer, Joni Seidl, Joyce Staiert, Lori Honor For Miss Martin Mrs. H. J. Traner and Mrs. Lambert Thelen of Carroll held a breakfast shower honoring Jill Martin in the Thelen home Friday. Tables were decorated with flowers. Miss Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin will become the bride of Jack Petersen Friday. SURGICAL PATIENT Mrs. Ervin (Lois) Loneman of Carroll will undergo surgery Monday at St. Anthony Hospital. She has been hospitalized a week and expects to remain there for another week. Her room number is 321. Ellerbroek's Shoes SUMMER SANDAL CLEARANCE HUGE SELECTION OF WOMEN'S SANDALS AT REAL SALE VALUES d, Navy, Black Patent, Pastels White, Reg. Price CITATION to 18.00 NOW Play Cards At 8 Tables Eight tables of pinochle were in play at the Golden Circle Club's weekly meeting Saturday night at the clubrooms. Hostesses were Mrs. Albert Baumhover and Mrs. Anton Pickhinke. Winning prizes were Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn, women's high and second; Greg Schroeder and Joe Sanders, high and second for men; Mrs. Aurora Mongon, tally; and Mrs. Victor Wernimont, tally. UCT PICNIC Members of Carroll Council No. 543, United Commercial Travelers of America, auxiliary members and their families are invited to the order's annual family picnic on July 4 at the Graham Park shelter house. This event is free to all members. The council will provide fried chicken, beverages and rolls. Those attending should bring potluck covered dishes and their own table service. There .will be games and prizes for children, and entertainment .( for adults. Serving will start at noon. ^It can handle just about anything that you want to dish out. BANDALINO SANDAL NINA TOWN& COUNTRY to 18.00 to 28.00 to 22.00 TEMPOS to 23.00 BASS to 16.00 ZODIAC to 18.00 LAMICA to 23.00 PONY to 22.00 FANFARES to 18.00 10 97 12 97 1 4 97 12" 14" 10" 10" 14" 12" 10" Navy, White, Red, Yellow, Green White, Red, Navy, Natural CLOGS $g97 Reg. to $12.00 Women's Siies5-10 HURRY TO ELLERBROEK'S SHOES GREATEST SALE EVER WHILE SELECTION LASTS! SALE STARTS Wed., June 26,9 a.m. Thermador's Griddle 'n Grill (TMH45/TMH45A)does more for your kitchen and more for you than any other cooktop. The Griddle is teflon coated for easy-to-clean convenience. It will hold a family breakfast of pancakes or eggs. It's ideal for grilling sandwiches, too. Two large elements for conventional cooking and two regular elements for concentrated cooking. The cooktop also lifts up for easy cleaning. The barbecue feature provides all the fun and flavor of barbecuing without the smoke and fuss. Ideal for steaks, chops, ribs, hamburgers or any other food you like barbecued. OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. Crop Yield Contest to Be Renewed The Carroll Kiwanis Club, will sponsor its ninth annual corn and soybean yield contest this summer. Entry fees are $10 for, the local contest and $4 for the state contest. Entrance deadline is July 30. Those who desire to participate should contact local elevators, machinery dealers, fertilizer or seed dealers for entry blanks. Gary Bluhm, contest chairman, will have additional entry blanks available at the Perry Production Credit Association office in Carroll. Trophies, contributed by local farm suppliers, will be awarded to first, second and third place winners at a Kiwanis sponsored dinner and awards night for all participants. Previous winners include: 1967 — Eugene Pudenz; 1968 — Dennis O'Tool (corn and soybeans); 1969 — Fred Seeden (corn) and Elmer Schettler (beans); 1970^-; Larry Brant (corn) arid Dennis O'Tool (beans); 1971 — John and Richard Hinners (corn); 1972 — Raymond Kruse (corn); 1973 — Art Bayer (corn). The soybean yield contest which has not been held for three years, will resume this year. Family Gathers For Reunion MANNING — A group of 32 attended the Hamann family reunion at the Fay Donahue home in Manning Sunday. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Duke Hamann; Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hamann and son James; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Schauermann, Debbie and Danette of Fort Morgan, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Carl Goodwin, Cheryl, Craig and Clayton of Denver, Colo.; Mrs. Chuck Lenhardt of Burlington, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs Joe Lambertz, Russ, Mike and Lori; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kisgen, Sally Kisgen and Bob Owens of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kisgen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamann of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Jansen of Aspinwall. D.M. Loses Conclave Bid WICHITA, Kan. (AP)-The Iowa Women's Political Caucus has narrowly lost its bid to have the 1975 National Women's Political Caucus (NWPC) convention in Des Moines. At the organization's conference Saturday, the site-selection committee of the NWPC awarded the convention to Boston after debating over bids submitted by Massachusetts and Iowa caucuses. Four other cities—San Diego, Atantic City. N.J., flPPLIflnCE CfHTER daisies. The bride's floor-length gown of nylon and acetate was styled with a sheer bodice of tiny tucks. Delicate Venice flower lace enhanced the empire waistline, sheer bishop sleeves and ruffled cuffs. Her chapel-length mantilla veil of nylon illusion was attached to a Juliet cap and edged with lace. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations, lavender daisies, baby's breath and ivy. Her father gave her in marriage. Mrs. Kuhl and Miss Stangi wore flounced frocks of lavender flocked voile, styled with empire waists, low rounded necklines and bishop sleeves. Lace trimmed their dresses and miniature Juliet caps. They carried nosegays of white carnations with lavender centers. After the ceremony, 250 guests were entertained at a reception at the Knights of Columbus hall. The rehearsal dinner at 8 p.m. Thursday was held at Tony's Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Hill are taking a two-week western trip and after July 13 will live at 117 East Sixth Street, Carroll, where he is employed with Farmland Foods, Inc. The bride will be employed as bookkeeper at Farmers Co-op Ralston. She graduated in 1973 and her .husband; an 1967, from Manning High School. VFW Auxiliary Installs Officer MANNING — Marie Nulle was installed as assistant conductress at the VFW Auxiliary of Post 3517 meeting Thursday night. Kay Pfannkuch was the installing officer. Shirley Wegner told the 31 members present about the Juniors meeting held June 15 and the state convention they attended in Fort Dodge on June 1. Irene Genzen reported on Memorial Day activities. Events committee 4 with Grace Schatz and Fren Jensen as chairmen reported on the Blum wedding reception on June 1. Jean Pfoltner received the draw prize. Ruth Schroeder and her committee served lunch. Mariners of the Presbyterian Church held at 12:30 p.m. potluck dinner in the Manning City Park on Sunday. The Friendship Club met June 19 at the home of Lillian Mohr. High at cards for the afternoon was Minnie Miller; second high, Lavina Dethlefs; Ella Stenn, third; and Alma Schroeder received high bid. Chicago and New Orleans—also bid for the covention, but the field was narrowed to Des Moines and Boston for serious consideration. The committee said that Boston would be more accessible to the 3,000 women expected to attend. REHEARSAL DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille hosted a dinner at the Italian Village in Davenport Friday evening for members of the Debra Dobesh-James Wille wedding party and their guests. There were about 24 in the group. Miss Dobesh and Mr. Wille were married Saturday in Davenport. Calendar: SATURDAY- Golden Circle TUESDAY— Community Club, Mrs. B. L. Baumhover Vanderheiden Studio Pholn Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mosman Seidt, Denise Greving, Jane Schultes, Karen Lenz, Marilyn and Mary Jo Brincks. The bride was attired in a crystalline gown with Queen Anne sleeves. It was fashioned with a high neck and a ruffled yoke of wide Cluny lace accenting the tucked and re-embroidered lace inset. The skirt repeated the tucking and lace, ending in a deep gathered flounce. She wore a Juliet hat and carried a matching lace umbrella. Checked gingham-look pinafore frocks of double knit polyester were worn by the bride's attendants. The ruffled halter styles were in the bride's rainbow colors of pink, blue, green and yellow. Each High Bidders, Mrs. Marvin attendant carried an umbrella Collison Golden Circle bridge Anniversary Party A double wedding anniversary party was held Sunday evening for Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher and Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Onken, both of rural Carroll. The Schumachers were honored for their 40th anniversary and the Onkens for their 25th. Neighbors surprised the couples at the Onken home. The guests brought food and presented each couple with a purse. Pinochle was played and prizes were awarded. Those attending were Fritz Pluckhahn, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kennebeck, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Feld, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brincks, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daiker, Mr. and Mrs. William Beidler Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wernimont, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sporleder and Mark, and Dale, Sharon, Daniel and Duane Onken, children of one of the honor? d couples. ON DEAN'S LIST Sherry K, Erickson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Erickson of Carroll, has been named to the dean's list at Missouri Valley College, Marshall, Mo., for the second semester. In order to be on the dean's list, a student must complete a minimum of 12 hours a semester with a cumulative 3.3 grade point average. Miss Erickson is majoring in math and French. Personals- Mrs. George Fair left Monday for Pittsburg, Kan., to visit her mother, Mrs. Freda Wenzel, for three weeks. Mr. Fair, Rosalind and Nathan are taking her there. They planned to stop en route at Rayville, Mo., to visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dalton. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bellinghausen and daughter Kristin of Manchester, Conn.; Mrs. Karen Remmilard of Eagle Grove and Mr. and Mrs. Dominic Bellinghausen of Laurens. complimenting the color of her dress. The bride's colors also were shown in altar floral arrangements. Two hundred guests were entertained at a 2 p.m. reception at the Collison home, at 2245 Fairway Heights, where lunch was served at tables set on the lawn. The former Miss Collison is a second grade teacher at Fairview Elementary School; Mr. Mosman is with the Soil Conservation Service. Following a week's trip to Ontario, Canada, they will live in Carroll. Group Has Card Party Golden Circle Club held its weekly pinochle party at the clubrooms Friday afternoon. Hostesses were Mrs. Mabel King.and Mrs. Winifred Conley. 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