Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on August 10, 1957 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, August 10, 1957
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Joan Stangl Becomes Donald Nehmaris Bride The wedding of Joan Stangl of Carroll and Donald Nehman of Lytton took place at 9:30 Saturday morning, August 10, at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Jo «<jDh Social Calendar Tuesday— D. C. Contract Club, Mrs. M. J. Rainbow Girls silver tea, 3 p.m., J. W. Wilson home. Kelly. Hotel Burke. Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30. Carroll Toastmistress Club, Hotel Burke. Carroll Women's Bowling Association, 8 p.m.. Graham Park shel- terhouse. j Neighbors Give Surprise Party for Mrs. Rose Wittrock (Timet Herald New* Serviee) HALBUR — Neighbors gathered at the farm home of Mrs. Rose Wittrock for a farewell surprise party Thursday evening. Mrs. Wittrock is moving soon into her residence in Halbur. Cards were played. The high score pinochle prize was won by Mrs. Alvin Eich, high bid prize by Mrs. Clarence Eischeid and low prize by Laura Wittrock. Lunch, which the guests brought, was served later, * * » Participants included Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bluml, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eischeid, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wittrock, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Eischeid, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Eich, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Wittrock, August Wittrock and Laura Wittrock. Additional guests were Mr. and Mrs. Romen Wittrock and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wittrock. i _____ Dessert-Bridge at Manning-Manilla Club on August 16 (Tine* Herald New* Sendee) MANNING - Invitations are being extended to a women's dessert-bridge at the Manning • Manilla Country Club Aug. 16 at 1:30 p.m. Mrs. Herman Frahm, Mrs. Al Martens, Mrs. Willis Puck and Mrs. Robert Hoffman are in charge. Timet Herald, Csrroll, laws Saturday, Aua. 10, 1957 Eleanor Dinimore, accompanied by her sister, Mrs. Marcella Grant and son Roger Grant of Albia, will leave Sunday on a 10-day vacation trip to Minnesota and around the North Shore Drive "to Canada. ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) Pat Boon* In it Bernard ine" CARROLL OUTDOOR tritflTHE Sun. - Mon. - Tues. BING CROSBY MANfOSr Open 7:15 P. M. Adults 60e Children Under 12 Free! CARROLI Sun. - Mon. - Tues. II«IM«!1II1H| H. Stangl of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nehman of Lytton. The Rev. Thomas Donahoe performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Louise Florencourt, organist, played "March" by Guilmant as the processional and "March" by Lemmens as the recessional. The Rosary and Altar Society choir of the parish sang Mass XV, "O Sanctissima" at the offertory and the hymn, "Maiden Mother," as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white chrysanthemums, looped with blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. * • * Mr. Stangl gave his daughter In marriage. She wore a gown of imported hand-clipped Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over slipper satin. The fitted bodice, closed at the back with tiny lace buttons, had a bateau neckline edged in pleats of tulle. The long sleeves tapered to deep points over the wrists. The bouffant skirt, featuring an extension of lace over the hipline, fell into a full gathered skirt of tulle, ending in a sweeping train. The bride's fingertip veil was caught to a crown of satin and pearls. She carried a traditional bouquet of curved garlands of frenched white carnations radiating from a purple orchid. Mrs. Alton Stangl, sister-in-law of the'bride, was matron of honor and Mrs. Kenneth Hauser of Wall Lake, sister of the bridegroom, bridesmatron. Their all-lace ballerina gowns were in cotillion blue. The scoop neck bodices featured sleeveless, back button jackets trimmed with matching velveteen. The skirts were double circles of lace. The attendants wore picture hats of cotllllion blue horsehair with velveteen trim. The matron of honor carried a crescent bouquet of orchid pompons and the bridesmatron, delph blue satin with net. * • * Mr. Stangl, brother of the bride, was best man and Mr. Hauser, brother-in-law of the bridegroom, was groomsman. Ushering were Err. O. M. O'Connor, brother-in-law of the bride, and Jack Kelly of Sac City, friend of the bridegroom. Flower girl was the bride's niece, Kathy Stangl, who wore a white crystalette dress with sash of cotillion blue velvet, matching the bow in; her hair. She carried a colonial bouquet of white pompons 'with blue net and satin ribbons. The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast for the bridal party in the home of the bride's brother- in-law and sister, Or. and Mrs. O'Connor. * * * Ninety guests were entertained at a 12 o'clock luncheon and reception at the Carroll Country Club. The centerpiece on the bridal table had been made by the bride's sister, Mrs. P. J. Lopez of Anaheim, Calif. It.consisted of a large white satin heart with two smaller upright hearts edged- in white velvet and blue net, centered with wedding bells. A miniature bride and groom were centered in the foreground, with white roses and lilies-of-the-valley forming the background. Nut cups were in blue and white. The bride's three-tiered cake, iced in her colors of blue and white, was topped with a miniature bride and groom. It was cut by Phyllis Drees and served by Norma Bromert. Laura Wittrock of Halbur attended the guest book, Mrs. Vernon Wenck assisted the bride and groom in opening their gifts. When the couple leaves on a week's southern trip, the bride will wear a pink and white nylon sheer dress with black accessories. * • » ' After August 17, Mr. and Mrs. Nehman will live on a farm near Lytton. The bridegroom is engaged in farming. The bride 1B bookkeeper for the Dolezal Insurance Agency here. Manning Class Of 1942 to Hold Reunion August 11 (Time* Herald New* Service) MANNING - Members of Manning High School's graduating class of 1942 will hold a reunion al the VFW Hall Sunday, Aug. 11, at 1 p.m. Dinner will be served by members of the VFW Auxiliary. WSCS Circle Organizes for Year's Activities Mrs. Walter Anneberg, chairman of' Margaret Circle of the Methodist Woman's Society of Christian Service, was hostess to the group at an organizational meeting In her home Friday afternoon. Mrs. Verdis Hansen was elected co-chairman for the coming year and Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain, secretarv-treasurer. * * • * Named as the calling committee were Mrs. W. A. Heue, Mrs. Paul Van Pelt and Miss Caroline Rog- Rose Ruddy returned Thursday, ers. Miss Wilma Mohler is the from a two-week vacation trip to courtesy chairman Paramount, • Calif., and resumed Mrs. Anneberg served refresh- work Friday as assistant at the Morning Ceremony for Thelen-Hugeback Rites Virginia L. Hugeback and Norbert R. Theleh wer« married at 8 o'clock Saturday morning in SS. Peter and Paul's Church here., The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hugeback, Route 3, Carroll. The bridegroom Is a son of Mrs. Mathilda Thelen, Route 2, and the late Sylvester Thelen. The double ring ceremony was Personals ments. Country Club Dance Tonight | A dance for Carroll Country club members and guests will be held at the clubhouse this evening. Music will be furnished by Leo Daeges and his orchestra. Farewell for NAarciaSchaeuble TEMPLETON - Marcia Lou Schaeuble, who is going to Colorado to live with her sister, was honored at a farewell party, given by her classmate, Karen Irlbeck, Thursday evening at Graham park. Wieners and marshmallows were roasted. The group included Marcia's classmates, Jane Eickman, Alice Irlmeier, Imelda Klein, LeAnn Wiskus, Sharon Kisgen, Ma r y Jean Reiman, Elmer Langel, Billy Goettch and Leon Kemper. Also present were Kay Conner, Mary Happe, Glenn Heithoff, Kenny Neu, Charolette Mantz, Jim Hoffman. Judy Lafferty, Dave Slater, Janice Klocke and Larry Thielen. Carroll Public Library. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Letter, the Rev. and Mrs. L. L. Akin and Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thomas attended the Mesquakie Indian pow-wow at Tama Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Van Pelt are leaving Sunday to spend a week in Chicago. On the way back, they will stop at Clinton to visit Mrs. Van Pelt's mother, Mrs. E. A. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Gnam and son. Peter, of Minneapolis, Minn., arrived Friday night to visit W. Gnam's mother, Mrs. H.W. Gnam, during his vacation. Mission ^Services August 1 1th At Manning Church (Ttmee Her»l« New* Service) MANNING — The Rev. Herman J. Glienke, missionary to Cuba and the Isle of Pines, will be speaker at mission services Sunday, Aug. 11, at Zion Lutheran Church. Services will be at 7, 8:15 and 10:30 a.m. Mr. Glienke returned to the United States last week after five years of service in the West Indies. During his furlough, Rev. Glienke, who lives at Alta, is making reports throughout the mid­ west on work in the mission fields. His wife has been attending Concordia Teachers College in Seward, Neb., this summer and will return to the Isle of Pines as a teacher In the mission" school. Mrs. Ronald Janssen Home from Hospital (Ttmee MenM New. Serviee) LANESBORO — Mrs. Ronald Janssen, who has been a patient ,j at McCrary-Roat Hospital in Lake City for the past two weeks was released Wednesday. Terry Dial, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dial, underwent a tonsillectomy at McVay Hospital in Lake City Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anderson spent the weekend at Ruthven visiting Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Whiting and Mr. and Mrs. Nels Nelson. Mrs. Floyd Richardson and Ronnie and Mrs. Ben Hart and Allan of Lake City drove to Des Moines for the day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Repp and daughters, JoDee and Rhonda, of Mesa, Ariz., left Friday morning to visit relatives in Omaha, after being at Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Russell's, home for a short stay. Mr. Repp is 1 MTS. Russell's nephew. They are concluding a vacation, having taken an extended trip up the west coast and visited relatives in South Dakota. They will leave from Omaha for Kansas and' then back to Arizona. Friday everting visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harden and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Petersen and daughter, Patty, of Dow City, Amos Petersen of Westside, Mix and Mrs. Emll A. Petersen of Carroll and their grandson, Mike Petersen of bow City, who has been visiting them this week. Cleo Harden's fourth birthday was celebrated. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Roeschlein and son, Jeff, of Chicago, are expected Sunday for a two-week visit with Mrs. Roeschlein's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Limbrecht, and other relatives. Their son, Greg, has been here for a month. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Polking returned Friday from a two-day visit at Armstrong with Mrs. Polking's brother, the Rev. Floyd A. Brey, S.J., of Milwaukee, Wis., who is substituting in the Catholic church at Armstrong while the regular pastor Is on vacation. performed by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman. Attending the bride were her sisters, Mrs. Earl Schirck of Carroll, matron of honor, and Mrs. Alfred Hinners of Arcadia, brides­ matron. Lawrence Thelen, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. The guests were seated by Merlin Hugeback, brother of the bride, and Eugene Thelen of Fort Dodge, brother of the bridegroom. • • • * . Miss Louise Florencourt, organist, played "Processional", by Guilmant and "Recessional" by Lemmens. The Rosary and Altar choir of the parish sang "Proper of the Mass." The children's choir sang "O Sanctissima" at the offertory and "Maiden Mother. Meek and Mild," as the couple placed an arm bou- duet of white carnations, tied with shaded blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar after mass. • * * An all-white chapel-length gown of Chantilly lace and nylon tulle over satin was worn by the bride. The sabrina neckline was enhanced by an all-lace bodice and long, tapering sleeves. The floor-length skirt of nylon tulle with lace ap­ plique continued into a chapel sweep. The bride's veil of silk illusion was caught to a crown of sequins and pearls. She carried red happiness roses in a moderne cascade bouquet with fancy leaf ivy, white bowed satin and knotted cascading showers, with a detachable corsage. The bridal attendants were gowned in turquoise and c o r a 1 rose Rochelle lace and net over taffeta. The. molded strapless bodices were worn with tiny shrug jackets. The tops of the bodices were adorned with many ruffles caught with velvet bow trim. The full skirts were enhanced with lace peptums extending to flounces of net divided with velvet ribbons arid bow trim. Headpieces were tiaras of entwined French nylon straw with tiny rhinestone trim. The attendant wearing turquoise carried a semi-crescent bouquet of coral rose carnations with accents of variegated Croton leaves and showered satin. The other attendant's companion-styled bouquet was of turquoise carnations. The bride's mother wore a navy blue dress with black and white accessories and the bridegroom's mother, a gray fall dress with Mrs. B. J. Leahy visited Thursday and Friday with her sister, Helen Collins, at Ft. Dodge, returning home Friday evening. Mrs. Charles Jons returned to her home in Sac City Friday after a three-day visit with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl F. Baoerle, and sons, Victor and Merlin Jons, and families. Sr. Mary Raphaela (Lois Friedman) and her companion, Sr. Mary tva, are expected to arrive from Dubuque Tuesday evening for Sr. Raphaela's home visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman, of Halbur. They will be with the Friedmans about a week. Kaye Eloise Greene and Paul Loeftelholz Wed m tat Hit taim tJ& 1BUR8ESS MEREDITH Continuous Show Sunday Doors Open at 1:00 P. M, if Endi To-Nlt« (Saturday) The Lonely Man Return to Arizona After Manning Visit (Time* BermM New* Service) MANNING - Mrs. Viola Gudykunst and sons and Julius Roster- mundt have returned to Glendale, Ariz., after spending several weeks here. Betty Jean Peters is spending snr- Mme visiting friends in Omaha. ..... and Mrs. uuver wnk and Barbara of St.. Louis, Mo., are spending this week in the Ross Graner home. F. J, Miller spent the paat week visiting his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brewer, in Detroit, Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Henderson and family of San > Diego, Calif., are visiting in the borne of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Labert Stahl Sr., and with other relatives. Mrs. Eunice Templeton of Atlantic spent the past week with" her mother, Mrs, Anna Stammer. Kay Eloise Greene, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth E. Greene of Iowa City, became the bride of Paul Leo Loeftelholz. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Loeftelholz, Route 2, Carroll, In a 10 o'clock ceremony Saturday morning, August 10, at St. Mary's Catholic Church In Iowa City. The double ring service was performed by the Rev. Eugene H. Hoenig. Attending from Carroll with the bridegroom's parents and their sons, Ralph, Donald and the Rev. Mrs. Alfred Loeffelholz, were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Staiert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Loeffelholz, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Maneman and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Broich Other relatives present from this area were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ludwig, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ragaller. Westside, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Baumhover, Varina, • * • A five-voiced choir, led by Glenn Jablonski. sang the high mass, "Panls Angelicus," "Ave Maria" and "On This Day, 0 Beautiful Mother." Matron of honor was Mrs. Paul Broich and besv man was Ralph. Loeffelholz, sistet and brother of the bridegroom. Ushers were Galen Greene, brother of the bride, and Donald Loeffe'hoU, brother of the bridegroom. The bride was given in marriage by her father, She wore a gown of French Chantilly rdsepoiht lace and misty nylon tulle' with snugly fitted basque, iUuslQtt'yoke/ Queen Rainbow Girls' Silver Tea at Wilson Residence The Carroll Assembly, Order of Rainbow for Girls, Is having a silver tea at 3 o'clock Tuesday afternoon, August 13, at the J. W. Wilson home, 1750 Terraoe Drive. Honored guest will be . Georgl- anne Peterson of Des Moines, grand worthy advisor of Iowa. All past officers, past mother advisors and all members are Invited tq attend. Mr, and Mrs. Max Bell and children, Jeanie, Jim, Jerry and Jacquie Sue, came home Thursday night after vacationing in Minnesota since Saturday. They visited Mr. Bell's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Flnley, and family Paul Daiker Married To Barbara A. Haried A Saturday morning bride wasielJng. Around the neckline was Barbara Ann Haried of Sioux ( seed pearl trim Her silk illusion City, who marr'ed PauL Raymond Daiker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter G. Daiker of Carroll, in a 10 o'clock service at Blessed Sacrament Church, Sioux City, August 10. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Haried, 2718 Nebraska Street, Sioux City. ' She was given in marriage by her father at the double ring ceremony, which was performed by Msgr. Newman Flanagan.' The Boys Town Concert Choir of Boys Town, Neb., sang under the direction of the Rev. Francis P. Schmitt. * * • The bride wore a short-sleeved .. ...... , at Austin and Mrs. Bell's brother and _ sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter gown of all-lace over dream mist Oswald, at Johnsburg. 1 taffeta with taffeta pouf back pan- Ulveling-Langenfeld Vows in Church Rites In a Saturday morning ceremony at the St Lflwrence Church, wedding vows were taken by Sandra Sue Langenfeld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix N. Langenfeld, 1745 North West Street, Car-^ roll, and James Ulveling, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis B. Ulveling of Breda. The double ring service took place at 10 o'clock. The Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes officiated before an altar decorated with matching baskets of white gladioli and yellow chrysanthemums bowed with bridal satin. Sr. M. Ancils, organist, played "Wedding March" by Masciadri as the processional and "Recessional" by Marchant. The children's choir of the parish sang the nuptial high mass. "Ave Maria" by Rossini at the offertory and the hymn, "Mother Mary," during the bride's presentation of an a r m bouquet of white gladioli and chrysanthemums, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. » * • Mr. Langenfeld gave his daughter in marriage She wore an all- white floor-length gown of Chantilly lace and gossamer tulle over 'summer satin, designed with a nylon net. The bodice was of nylon net over taffeta enhanced with a ribbon • edged shirred bertha collar. *Her open-crowned miniature picture hat was patterned after the- bridesmaids'. She carried a bridal nylon net basket with white Garza chrysanthemums and showered yellow, blue, pink and nylon green satin. Ring bearer was the b r i d e" s cousin, Richard Nagl, who wore a white summer tuxedo. A light blue eyelet fitted dress with blue and white accessories was worn by the bride's mother. The bridegroom's mother chose a white lace dress with blue and white accessories. Their corsages were pink cymbidium orchids. Mrs. C. A. Langenfeld. grandmother of the bride, wore white lace over pink and Mrs. Anna Fee of Breda, grandmother of the bridegroom, a sheer pink dress. Each had a corsage of frosted pink carnations. * * * The weddfng dinner at noon in the Elks hall was followed by a reception from 2 to 4:30 One hundred dinner guests were jonied by 250 at the reception. Dinner was served by Pat Houlihan, Karen Koenig, Ann Hermsen, Janet Pie- vell was fingertip length. She carried white gladioli and carnations. Maid of honor was Patricia A. Haried, sister of the bride, and bridesmaid was Mary S. Gentleman. They wor*> embossed nylon sheer over nile green taffeta with velvet ribbon trim. Their green picture hats had taffeta streamers. Both carried white and green carnations. Elmer Daiker of Carroll was his brother's best man. The guests were seated by Donald Haried, Russell McGill and Frank Szyn- skie. Completing the wedding party was the flower girl, Mary Han- Ion. * * * The wedding breakfast was served in the Arcadia party room and the reception was held from 1:30 to 3:30 in the Mayfalr Hotel. Attending from Carroll, In addition to the bridegroom's parents, were Miss Frances Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. Paul J. Meyers and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Daiker, Mr. and Mrs. Art Winker, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph J. Baumhover, Mr. and Mrs. John Bernholtz and daughter, Rose Mary, and Richard Bengfort. Following a Cnnadian trip, Mr. and Mrs. Daiker will live In Omaha, where they will be at home after August 22. The bride, a registered nurse, has been employed at St. Vincent's Hospital in Sioux City. The bridegroom is a counselor at Boys Town, Neb. worn over wide hoops. Her illusion net veil fell to fingertip length. She carried white stephanotis with as ters. Mrs. Broich, matron of honor, wore a floor-length ice blue gown of organza, designed with snugly fitted basque and scoop neckline. Down the back were deep blue panels, with a small bow in the back. She wore a picture hat and carried flowers In blues matching her gown. * * * A reception for 100 guests was held at 11:30 a. m. in the Mayflower Inn, Iowa City. Bouquets of white gladioli and silver candelabra with white tapers decorated the tables. Huckleberry leaves were placed around the bride's four- tiered cake. The bride, a graduate of the; State University of Iowa, will teach in the Iowa City public schools this year. Her sorority is Kappa Alpha Theta. The, bridegroom attended St. Benedict's College at Atchison, Kan., and is now a student In the college of medicine at the State University of Iowa. Ha is affiliated with Phi Beta Pi medical fraternity. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Loeffelholz will take a trip* of several days In Wisconsin, the bride wearing a coat-dress ensemble with brown print sheath, beige coat and beige accessories for her going-away costume. After August, 17, the couple will with seed pearls descending down the front of the bodice to the tor- black fleck and black and white I so waistline. The lace sleeves were tapered to deep points over the wrists. The bouffant skirt featured a shirred tulle flounce, hand appliqued with self • lace flowers extending to form a whisper train. A wreath of orange blossoms and nylon net loaves adorned with seed pearls and rhinestones held the bride's fingertip French illusion veil. Her formal * cascade bouquet of stephonotis and English ivy had a detachable white- winged orchid in laced tulle, with pecot-edged satin showers. * • * Sharon Langenfeld, who was her sister's maid of honor, wore yellow. Bridesmaids were Mary Jane Lang of Manson and Carolyn Tigges, classmates of the bride, and Mary Ann Ulveling of Breda, sister of the bridegroom. They were attired in blue, pink and Nile green, respectively. The attendants' identically styled gowns were fashioned of imported white Rachel lace over summer taffeta In i rainbow color scheme. The bodices featured scalloped scoop necklines with taffeta cummerbunds matching the full, underlying ballerina - length skirts. White shadow, lace picture hats had N)pen crowns with streamers of the different hues. The attendants wore mitts and carried bouquets of Garza chrysanthemums, matching their gowns and designed as basquettes Vitti ribbon-wrapped satin handles and cascading showers * * * Robert Langenfeld, brother of the bride, was best man and Tom Feldmann of Breda, friend of the couple, groomsman. Paul Fee of Breda, cousin of the bridegroom, and Lou Oswald of Breda, friend of the couple,'ushered. Flower girl war Roxanhe Carlin of Breda,- cousin of the B r i d e* groom. Her dress featured a .bouffant floor-length skirt of n'y 1 o n net, edged with ribbons complementing each .of the bridesmaid's gowns, as the' Hers cascaded over with eoarl noar'e HpsppnHincr down: •« were floral ar- New Books At Glidden Public Library <T1itie* Hereld Newi Serrlee) GLIDDEN - Mrs. Laura Parker, Glidden libjarian, announces the following books are ready for circulation at the Glidden Publie Library. Mr. Audubon's Lucy by Lucy Kennedy. The Small Woman by Alan Burgess. John Muir by Charles Muir. The Believers by Janice Holt. The Philidelphians by Richard Powell. Letter from Peking by Pearl S. Buck. The Fountain Overflows by Re- accessories. Theii corsages were pink carnations. * * * The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast served by Donna and Marilyn Schirck. friends of the couple, in the home of the bride's parents. Garden flowers decorated the table. The wedding dinner and reception, attended by 130 relatives and friends, were held in the Moose Lodge hall. Candles, nut cups and flowers were in the bride's colors. Coral rose and turquoise arrangements were placed at either end of the bridal table. Table hbstesses were Mrs. Tony Klocke, Mrs. Tony Riesenberg, Mrs. Bernard' Weber and Mrs. George Masching. Serving were Nancy Hoffman, Delores Wurzer and Arlene Thelen, cousins of the couple; Judy Espenhover, Elaine Schreck and Mary Halbur. * * *. The bride's cake was placed on wreathed, tipped huckleberry. The three-tiered square cake, decorated in the bride's colors and topped with a miniature bride and groom, was cut by Marcyme Simpson of Sac City, friend of the couple. Mrs. Clifford Hugeback, sister- in-law of the bride, attended the guest book and Lynette Thelen. sister of the bridegroom, the gin book. When the couple leaves on an eastern trip, the bride will wear a red shadow imprinted faille dress with rhinestone trim and black accessories. * * * The bridegroom, who has been farming with hi!) mother on her farm north of Carroll, will enter military service His bride will join him later. Until Mr. Thelen leaves for service, the couple will live at his mother's home. The bride was graduated from St. Angela Academy. The bridegroom attended Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School. Anne collar and ff long^tapered j live at °mlbsii, IjaritoTVwa sleeves. The floor-length skirt was 1 City. w w ANNOUNCEMENT Leo H. Kuker, M.D., announces the partnership association of Paul TV Cawley, M.D., in the practice of General Surgery and Internal Medicine. Office* Located at 117 West 7th St. Carroll, Iowa Leo H. Kuker, M.D., F.A.C.S., F.I.CS. Diplomat American Board of Surgery General Surgery, Traumatic Surgery Fractures and Cenivltetlan Paul T Cowley, M.D. .„ Internal MedUine Disanetli anal Censultetlen > ' •".«•'" Office Ha vm S a. m. tei »> m. «_Heme C«H»end Smart ancles Day er Nl«ht — Teltehone WJI Decorations rangements. a miniature bridal; becca West, party, streamers and bells. I Never a Day So Bright by Kate Mrs. Urban Schulte of Breda, i Aitken. friend of the couple, had made and decorated the bride's three- tiered cake which was trimmed in her colors and topped with a miniature bride and groom encircled with a spray of flowers. The cake, which was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry, was cut by Joan Wilson of Jefferson, cousin and classmate 01 the bride. She was assisted in serving by Annette Statzell of Extra, also a classmate. Aunts of the bride presided at the coffee service. At the guest book^were Loretta Spieker and Mary Nagl, cousins of the bride. Mrs. James Fay was assisted by Jeannine Leiting and Barbara Kult, classmates of the bride, in opening the gifts. * * * Mr. and Mrs Ulveling will take a 10-day trip in northern Minnesota and Canada. For traveling, the bride selected a black scoop heck dress with soft pleated skirt, topped with a tiny fitted white jacket.-with black polka dots, and matching cummerbund. Her accessories are black and white. The bride is a graduate of St. Angela Academy and St. Anthony School of Nursing The bridegroom was graduated from St. Bernard's High School in Breda. After August 20, the couple will be at home in Breda, where Mr. Ulveling is in the barber business With his father. The Circle of Faith by Marcus Bach. And Walk In Love by Henrietta Buckmaster. Cheaper by the Dozen by the Gilbreths (a replacement!. The Emporer Jones by Eugene O'Neill. Twilight for the Gods by Ernest Gann. Sword and Scelpel by Frank G. Slaughter. The Blind Villain by Evelyn Berckman (a mystery). The Case of thp Purple Mark by Charles Coombs (a mystery). Say Darling by Richard Bissell. A Lucky Number by Vera Henry- Mississippi Pilot with Mark Twain on the Great River by Phil Strong. All About the Stars by Anne White for grades 4-8. , The Black Stallion and Satan by Farley, grades 4-8. The Black Stallion Returns by Farley grades 4-8. Glidden library hours are Wednesday and Saturday from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Mary Friedman, who has completed a summer session at Iowa. State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, arrived Friday to spend three weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Friedman, at Halbur. She teaches school at Clear Lake. services to meet •VBYRY FAMILY'S NHD Twit's unusually wid« selection of services protects the financial circumstances of-every family. Our services are always distinctive, always complete^ regardless of what is spent.

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