Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 6, 1974 · Page 6
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, July 6, 1974
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Miss Kock Wed To Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, July 6, 1974 6 Sue Broich Weds Edward Mauss Party Honors Denny Riesselman l\/Tr-.v»TT TVTi^1«-i»-n-l / Manning 4-H Achievement VAIL — Shirley A. Kock of La Crosse, Wis., and Edward L. Mauss of Minneapolis, Minn., were married in St. Ann's Catholic Church here on July 6. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John Kock Jr. of Vail and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mauss of New Albin. The double ring service took place at 1:30 p.m., with the Re v . Ha rold Cooper officiating before an altar decorated with white mums and mint green carnations. Kent Baldwin of Ringstead was trumpeter. Mrs. Floyd Meehan was organist and Mrs. Don Farrell, vocal soloist. The bride's parents gave her in marriage. She was attended by JoAnn Miller as matron of honor, Rose Mauss and Marilyn Kock. Francis Mauss was best man; groomsmen were Keith Kock and Donald Mauss. Ushers were William Todd and Michael Hammell. The bride wore an A-line gown of white linen featuring strips of Venice lace on the empire bodice and back, a stand-up collar and three-quarter bell sleeves. Matching lace outlined the detachable chapel train. A double-tiered illusion veil was caught to her lace petal headpiece. Her bouquet was a cascade of white roses and carnations, ivy and German statice. For her attendants she chose dainty wallpaper print frocks in shades of green, apricot, maize and white, styled with short puffed sleeves, stand-up necklines and white Nottingham lace bibs. Wide-brimmed hats were trimmed with green ribbon. They carried nosegays of white daisy pompons and carnations. A reception for 250 guests was held from 3 until 5 p.m. at the American Legion hall in Breda. The former Miss Kock has been HeadStart director for the Wisconsin Coulee Region Community Action Program at Westby, Wis. She graduated from Kuemper High School, Carroll, in 1966 and from Viterbo College at La Crosse, in 1971. Mr. Mauss graduated in 1967 from St. George High School at Lansing; in 1969 from United Electronics Institute, Des Moines; and this year from Brown Institute, Minneapolis. He is an equipment service representative with Eastman Kodak Company in Minneapolis, where the couple will live at 3732 42nd Avenue South, after a week's trip to northern Minnesota. Mary Nieland Mary Nieland of Carroll was honored at a bridal shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. James Nieland. Other hostesses were Nadine Schroeder and Christy Long. About 16 persons attended. Games were played and a lunch served. The bride-elect received gifts and the table decoration in her colors of blue, yellow and white. Miss Nieland, her mother and fiance's mother were presented corsages. Miss Nieland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nieland Sr., will become the bride of Dan Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schroeder, Arcadia, on Aug. 31. Golden Circle Met Friday Mrs. Esther Luchtel and Mrs. Ed Hannasch were hostesses at the Golden Circle clubrooms Friday for the club's weekly pinochle party. Six tables were in play. High score prize was won by Mrs. Lucille Schriner; second, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders; tally, Mrs. John Vanderheiden; and traveling, ElvaEike. Speaking nuptial vows in St. Mary's Church at Willey on July 6 were Sue Broich and Denny Riesselman. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Broich and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riesselman, all of Carroll. The Rev. James Fangman performed the 1 p.m. single ring rite which was followed by a reception from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Pin Oaks. Assorted flowers in the bride's colors, powder blue and ivory, decorated the altar. Mary Jo Brincks was organist; vocalists were Ted Broich and Kim Potthoff. Offertory gifts were carried by the bride's niece, Shannon Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Broich gave their daughter in marriage. She was attended by her sister, Mrs. Keith Warren of Garner, N.C., Mrs. Bill Stork of Breda, Anna Mae Mayer and Mary B. Gaffney. Best man was the groom's brother, David Riesselman of Ralston. Groomsmen were Dale Heisterkamp, Mike Madigan and Mike Bayer. Brothers ftf * INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOORS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete win plMM *mj Britu, yvt UM pr QJo* <$i*lal STONES 110 W. 6th— Carroll Jill Martin Bride Of Jack Petersen The First United Methodist Church in Carroll was the setting for a 6 p.m. ceremony Friday, July 5, in which Jill Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin of Carroll, became the bride of Jack Petersen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Petersen of Des Moines. The Rev. Ernest W. Larson officiated at the double ring service. Attending the couple were the bride's sister, Mrs. Steve Lane, and Lyn Smith. Miss Martin was given in marriage by her father. The bride was attired in a long, flared pants ensemble of ivory qiana nylon and a large-brimmed hat of dusty rose Irish straw enhanced with sata-peau streamers. Three hundred fifty guests were entertained at a reception at the Elk's Club, where tables featured fresh flowers from the G. Arthur Minnich and Martin gardens. The bride is a 1972 graduate of Northwest Missouri State University. Mr. Petersen graduated from Drake University in 1970 and is employed in.Des Moines by Peters Construction. Mr. and Mrs. Petersen will be honeymooning at Lake Okoboji until July 8, and then will live at 2026 Des Moines Street, Des Moines. 2 Ohio Persons Call in Arcadia ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Bill Koehl of Cincinnati, Ohio, visited several days this past week in the Mrs. E. J. Hennings home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brockman and Kim and Cindy Baumhover accompanied by Mrs. Florence Ramsey of Manning and Mrs. Amanda Brockman attended a picnic supp-ej^at Perry Sunday evening. Others were from Des Moines and Adel. Calendar SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY-r- New Deal Club picnic W. C. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus MONDAY— Rebekah Lodge TUESDAY— Golden Circle bridge F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Marvin Lampe Double Four, Mrs. Donald Danner A.B. Club, Mrs. Guy Jones Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz WEDNESDAY- Toastmistress open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS Lutheran Circles, Graham Park H. G. Club, Mrs. James McGrane Variety Club, Mrs. Gene Schieffer Grant Township Homemakers. Erna Langmeier Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY- Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Wa-tan-ye, Derby Pateo, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street JCPenney " July White Sale * m « m m m m !^S^«^^ : S$§^ ; >SS<X m m m m m m i « H| tttt •£ W£ D| ^l» ^^ ^Bf ^IW ^PK • • WHk_ • • • • • All our sheets are on sale at big, big savings, Starting Monday, July 8 Sale 3 47 Twin size Reg. 4.99 Full size, reg. 5.99 Sale 4.47 Package of 2 pillow cases, reg. 4.19 Sale 3.37 Printed percale of polyester/cotton. 'Dimity' printed flowers and stripes in pretty yellow & pink, trimmed with a lace border. Flat & fitted sheets are the same price. Sale 2 68 Twin size Reg. 3.79 Full size, reg. 4.79 Sale 3.68 Queen size, reg. 7.99 Sale 6.28 Package of 2 pillow cases, reg. 3.29 Sale 2.58 Muslin prints of polyester/cotton. Popular 'Gingham Check' comes in bright, bold colors. 'Parisienne' is bordered with roses. Flat and fitted sheets are the same price. Catalog Phone 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Tues., Thura., Sat. 9:00-9:00 Wed. A Fri. 1:00-5:00 Sunday OPEN WED. & FRI. NITES till 9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 the groom, Michael and Alan Riesselman, ushered. Miss Broich appeared in a gown of white crepe-back satin, designed with a lace empire bodice, scoop neck, lace collar and sheer lace sleeves. A long mantilla veil of lace draped the back of the dress. A rainbow assortment of fresh flowers made up the bridal bouquet. Mrs. Warren and the bride's other attendants wore long dresses of powder blue crepe-back satin. Ivory lace trimmed the yokes, stand-up collars and long sleeves. Waistlines were defined by wide lace-trimmed satin bands. They carried small bouquets of rainbow-assorted flowers and wore baby's breath in their hair. Mr. and Mrs. Riesselman graduated from Kuemper High School in 1969 and 1971, respectively. The bride also graduated in 1972 from Studio Academy. School of Commercial Art and Design, and is employed here by J. C. Penney. Her husband is employed by Lahr Auto Trim. They are taking a week's wedding trip before making their home at 915 North Clark Street, Carroll. St. Joseph Guild Names New Officers DEDHAM -.Mrs. Wilfred Meiners will be president of the St. Joseph Guild for the coming year. Other officers are Coletta Wiskus, secretary, and Mrs. Clarence Tunning, treasurer. Mrs. Wayne Klocke gave the nominating report at the guild meeting. Installation of officers will be held at the August meeting. Parish representatives and commission heads will be appointed and announced then. A mass offered by the Rev. Henry Meyer preceded the meeting. Mrs. Robert Peter conducted the meeting, and Mrs. John Seidl gave the scripture reading. Circle names for next year were drawn. The June circle report was given by Mrs. Louis Klocke. The door and charity prizes were awarded to Mrs. Maurice Grossman. The plate prize was received by Mrs. Peter. A patriotic theme was used in table decorations, with the June circle in charge of refreshments and entertainment. REHEARSAL DINNER MT. CARMEL - A dinner was held Friday evening at the country home of Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Snyder of Mt. Carmel following the rehearsal of the wedding of their son Tom and Bonnie Anthofer, which took place at 1:30 p.m. Saturday at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham. Thirty-five guests attended. Hosting the dinner were the groom's aunt, Mrs. Alice Mayer, and the bride's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Broich. UDDERDALE VISITORS LIDDERDALE - Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto Jr. of Santa Rosa, Calif., have left after a week s visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto. Enroute home they stopped in Omaha to visit his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Meehan. They also visited at Glenwood with his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Otto and family. Westsiders Go To Des Moines WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bilsteen Sr. spent last weekend in Des Moines with Mr. and Mrs. John Bilsteen. Saturday afternoon they attended the wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bilsteen Sr.'s grandson, Steven Eittreim, to Debra Park. Among Sunday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Eaton and Becky were Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eaton and sons of Perry, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Wheeler and family of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Farrell and Kathy, Mrs. Jesse Farrell, and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Spencer and Susan, all of Omaha. Weekend visitors in the Dewey Hargens home were Mr. and Mrs. James Steadman and JuneSteadman of Des Moiines. MANNING — The Manning Clovers ratings at the local achievement show on June 28 as judged by Mrs. Darrell Nielsen for the senior division, Mrs. Clifford Tank, Intermediates, and Mrs. Virgil Genzen, Juniors, are listed below. Hostesses for the achievement show were Amy and Beth Brotherton and Karen and Donna Rosonke. JUNIORS Clothing: Class 101 — Sewn Item other than garment; Beth Brotherton, blue 'Fair, Patty Handles, blue ''Fair, Jackie Handles, blue 'Fair (her choice), Sonya Curlile, blue. Donna Herbers, blue, Sherri Mohr, blue, Cathy Ramsey, blue, Sarah Carter, red; Class 102 •*- Creative work other than sewing; Jane Miller, blue 'Fair, Sherri Mohr, blue 'Fair, Sonya Curlile, blue, Cathy Ramsey, blue; Class 103 — Equipped sewing box; Sonya Curlile, blue 'Fair; Class 105 — Sportswear; Beth Brotherton, blue 'Fair, Sherri Mohr, blue 'Fair, Beth Brotherton, blue 'Fair (her choice), Sarah Carter, blue 'Fair (her choice), Sonya Curlile, blue •Fair (her choice), Patty Handles, blue 'Fair (her choice), Marcia Hansen, blue 'Fair (her choice), Jane MiMer, blue .'Fair (her choice), Edith Myer, blue 'Fair (her choice), Cathy Ramsey, blue 'Fair (her choice), Sarah Carter, blue, Beth Brotherton, blue, Jackie Handles, blue, Edith Myer, blue, Donna Rosonke, blue; Class 107 — Dress or Better garment; Sarah Carter, blue •Fair, Donna Herbers, blue 'Fair; Class 110 — Sample of sewing technique learned; Jane Miller, blue •Fair. Food: Class 121 — Baked product; Marcia Hansen, blue "Fair; Class 122 — Cookies; Beth Brotherton, blue •Fair. Home Improvements: Class 131 — Terrarium; Sherri Mohr, blue 'Fair; Class 135 — Wall Hanging; Sherri Mohr, blue 'Fair; Class 579 — Creative Arts; Jackie Handles, blue •Fair, Patty Handles, blue 'Fair, Sherri Mohr, blue 'Fair (her choice), Donna Rosonke, blue 'Fair (her choice), Donna.Herbers, blue 'Fair (her choice). INTERMEDIATE Clothing: Class 200A — Sportswear constructed by member; Janet Herbers, blue 'Fair, Gail Hoffman, blue 'Fair, Ann Crandall, blue 'Fair (her chojce), Lori Gross, blue 'Fair (her choice), Kristy Halbur, blue "Fair (her choice), Karen Rosonke, blue 'Fair (her choice), Beth Myer, blue 'Fair (her choice), Ann Crandall, blue, Beth Myer, blue, Linda Hansen, red 'Fair (her choice), Kristy Halbur, blue, red; Class 200C — Dress or Better Garment; Lori Gross, blue 'Fair, Cynthia Curlile, blue 'Fair (her choice), Janet Herbers, blue 'Fair (her choice), Lauri Christensen, blue; Class 202 — Accessories for use with garment; Cynthia Curlile, blue 'Fair; Class 204 — Textile and clothing "Fact" or "Why"; Lauri Christensen, blue 'Fair;'Class 205 —- Purchased Gar' ment; Lauri Christensen, blue 'Fair, Norine Felker, blue 'Fair (her choice), Cynthia Curlile, blue; Class 207 --- Display of Gadgets (3 -or more); Norine Felker, blue 'Fair, Lauri Christensen, blue; Class 208 — Creative Work other than sewing; Gail Hoffman, blue 'Fair, Cynthia Curlile, blue 'Fair, Ann Crandall, blue, Norine Felker, blue. Food: Class 224 — Baked Product; Cynthia Curlile, blue "Fair; Home Improvements: Class 241 — Decorative Article; Lauri Christensen, blue 'Fair; Class 248 — Cleaning Results; Lauri Christensen, blue 'Fair; Creative Arts: Class 578A — Advanced Knitting; Ann Crandall, blue •Fair; Class 579A — Creative Arts; Ann Crandall, blue 'Fair; Lori Gross, blue 'Fair, Lauri Christensen, blue 'Fair (her choice), Ann Crandall, blue, Cynthia Curlile, two blues, Linda Hansen, blue, Karen Rosonke, blue. SENIORS Clothing: Class 300A—Sportswear; Amy Brotherton, blue 'Fair, Carol Struve, blue 'Fair, Marlys Stoelk, blue 'Fair (her choice), JoAnn Struve, blue 'Fair (her choice), Amy Brotherton, blue, red, Janet Christensen, blue, red, Carol Struve, blue, JoAnn Struve, blue, Marlys Stoelk, blue; Class 300B — Nightwear; Carol Struve, blue; Class 300C — Dress or Better garment; Jill Escher, blue-'Fair, Marlys Stoelk, .blue 'Fair, Amy Brotherton, blue 'Fair (her choice), Jill Escher blue, 'Fair (her choice), Carol Struve blue, 'Fair (her choice), Carol Struve, blue, Marlvs Stoelk, blue; Class 300D—4-H Uniform; Carol Struve, blue 'Fair; Class 302 — Accessories for use with garment; Carol Struve, blue 'Fair; Class 305 — Purchased Garment; Jo Ann Struve, blue 'Fair; Class 308 — Creative work other than sewing; JoAnn Struve, blue 'Fair, Janet Christensen, blue 'Fair (her choice). Food: Class 320 — Nutrient Poster; Jill Escher, blue 'Fair; Class 324 — Baked Product; Jill Escher, blue 'Fair, Marlys Stoelk, blue; Creative'Arts: Class 579A — Amy Brotherton, blue 'Fair, Marlys Stoelk, red. DRESS REVUE JUNIORS — Beth Brotherton, first; Edithy Myer, second; Sherri Mohr, third, Sarah Carter, fourth. INTERMEDIATES — Lori Gross, first; Janet Herbers, first alternate; Beth Myer, second alternate. Sophomore — Jo Ann Struve; Seniors eligible for State Fair — Jill Escher, first; Amy Brotherton, first alternate. Educational presentations given were "Pillow Talk" by Beth Brotherton and Jane Miller, Juniors; "Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake" by Cynthia CurlMe, Intermediate; and "Fad or Fashion" by JoAnn Struve, Janet Christensen and Janet Herbers, Seniors. MUSIC TO HURRY BY TORONTO (AP) — Veteran band leader Benny Louis wants to see piped music installed in the Toronto subway system and the Toronto Transit Commission is interested. Louis, who has been asked by the TTC to submit a report, says the speakers could be arranged in such a way that travelers who didn't want to listen to the music or news reports could easily move out of earshot. He said the system would cost $100,000 to install Anthofer - Snyder Vows are Repeated Bonnie Anthofer of Carroll became the bride of Tom Snyder of Lake City in a double ring service at 1:30 p.m. July 6, at St. Joseph Church in Dedham. His Astrology For Monday July 8,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) If involved in any form of creative work, let your imagination run rampant. Don't be afraid to test your ideas. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A friend ha's very good suggestions for you that you should seriously consider. You'll be in touch with each other shortly. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) If you're on the ball where your work is concerned it will mean a fatter check on payday for your extra effort. CANCER (June 21-July 22) Follow closely what you've learned from past experiences in solving problems that now confront you. You won't go wrong. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Your best approach in. getting another to assist you with your needs is to be subtle. Let her feel it's her idea. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Don't be hesitant about asking advice regarding something you're not too sure of. No one's expected to know everything. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Schedule your day so you can give all the time that is necessary to your.most important priority. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) A last-minute social invitation you'll be getting will turn out to be fun. Think twice before you turn it down. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Postpone buying something that you were thinking of getting for yourself. Spend the money on a household need. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Your mate's ideas aren't all that bad. Pay heed when she expresses her point of view. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) You're pretty sharp right now at knowing what your services are worth regarding things you do for others. Stick to your terms. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Opportunity abounds in the next few days if you're determined and persistent about the objectives you set for yourself. YOURBIRTHDAY July 8,1974 This will be a year where worthwhile experience will broaden your outlook and perspective. It will equip you for better things to come later on. 4-H News MANNING — A group of girls from the Manning 4-H Cadets spent from June 23 to June 26 at the State 4-H Camp south of the Ledges State Park. Those girls going to camp were: Denise Schroeder, Renee Siepker, Paula Genzen, Karen Vollstedt, Janet Rohe, Nadine Hinners, Kim Sailer, Sue Ann Stribe, Joan Hinners, Debra Stoberl, Lisa Phillips, Kristy Sailer, and Valerie and Rohnda Opperman. The counselors from Manning were Mrs. Virgil Genzen, Denise Doyel, Mary Potthoff, Becky Tank, and Mary Jane Rohe. Highlights of the camp were the Water Carnival which Carroll County won, and lighting of the cross at Vesper Services. brother, the Rev. Gary Snyder, officiated. The bride is a daughter of Anthony Anthofer of Dedham; and was given in marriage by her father at an altar graced with yellow gladioli and apricot carnations bowed with mint green ribbon. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Snyder of Breda. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Kay Anthofer. Bridesmaids were another sister, Nancy Anthofer, Jane Mayer and the groom's sisters, Karen and Kayleen Snyder. Jeff Mcllrath was best man. Groomsmen were Duane Sporleder, the bride's brother, Jerry Anthofer, Rick Glass and Mike Pudenz. Cindy Sporrer was organist; vocalists were Mary Balk, Jean Renze and Teri Vanderheiden. The bride's cousin, Larry Anthofer, and Randy Pudenz ushered. For her July wedding Miss Anthofer chose an A-line gown of white organza, designed with an empire waist, high Chantilace neckline and bishop sleeves. The wide train started from the shoulders in cage styling and featured side panels of sequined lace. Her shoulder veil and blusher were secured by a Camelot cap of lace and pearls. She carried a cascade bouquet of roses backed with variegated pittosporum foliage. The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore dresses of dotted dacron in pastel hues of lilac, maize, turquoise, mint and apricot. Matching satin trimmed the waists above slightly-gathered skirts.' Bodices had high lace necklines, lace-cuffed full sleeves and ruffled lace bibs. Each attendant carried a white mum accented with ribbon to match her gown. Four hundred guests were entertained at a reception from 2:30 until 4:30 at the Red Carpet Lounge. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder graduated from Kuemper High School in 1971 and 1969, respectively. The bride is employed at the Commercial Savings Bank in Carroll and the groom, at Macke Motors, Lake City. After a week's honeymoon they will be at home at 210 South Hughitt, Lake City. OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEDTER NOW THRU TUES. Eves, at 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 7:30, 9:30 Mel Brooks' \SKDDLES THRU TUES. Eves. 7 & 9 Sun, p't 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 Where mere you in '62? NOW THRU TUESDAY Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. at 2:00 7:00 & 9:00 Corroll Phone 792-2525-lake City Phone 464-3281 „ MON., TUES.. WED. STARTS AT DUSK! When the mob muscles In on the Massage Parlor iris \ rub 'em down rub'em out 1 ALSO SUPER CO-ATTRACTION! 6 Locked in 8 C8Q6 ofwilddaslra BUST OUT

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