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Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, August 17, 1957
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Loraine Hess Becomes Kenneth Qu'mris Bride A Saturday bride Was Loraine Hess of Carroll who married Kenneth E. Quinn of Lake View in a 9:30 ceremony at SS. Peter and PtvU't' Church here. She is a .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Return to New Jersey * (Timet Herald Newt SeirlM) " VAIL — Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taranawicz and family returned to their home in Trenton, N. J. after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Kroeger, Vail and Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kroeger and family at Early. Mr. and Mrs. Dick McCollough entertained several friends for a picnic dinner Thursday evening at the home. Guests present were Mr. and-Mrs. Louis Casey and family of Northfield, Vermont; Mrs. Ken- .neth Bartlett and family of Carter Lake; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brantz of Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Harold McCollough and Allen North and son of Vail. Mrs. Margaret Harrington and son Cletus Harrington, returned to Omaha Monday after attending the funeral of Francis Ryan. Vernon Nelsen, daughter Ila Mae Nelsen and their guests, Mr .and Mrs. Wendell Cottrel and daughters Janet, Rita and Lori of Cincinnati, Ohio attended a picnic in honor of the visitors at the ..home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dixon. Others present were Mr. and Mrs. James Quandt, Mr. and Mrs. Or veil Kock and family of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Dettbarn and Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettbarn and family. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Murphy and son Duane of San Antonio, Tex, are visiting-relatives in Vail. Mr. and Mrs. K. E. Stahlecker and Sandra and Mr. and Mrs Howard White of Omaha, visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fabian Ryan and family. Mary Ann Fahye of Omaha spent a few days here with Patty Ryan. Mrs. J. P. Lally is visiting in Omaha at the home of her son-in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Privyl and other relatives Hess of Carroll. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Edward V. Quinn of Lake View. Mr. Hess gave his daughter in marriage at the single ring service, with the-Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman officiating. Members of the clergy, attending as guests were the Rev. Philip Dailey of Wall Lake and the Rev. Robert Phillips of Lidderdale. Two bouquets of white gladioli decorated the main altar. Bells of Ireland with pink gladioli adorned the side altars. * » * 'Mrs. Mary Rogers, organist, played "March" by Franck as the processional and Guilmant's "Recessional." SS. Peter and Paul's Choir, directed by Miss Louise Florencourt, sang the "Mass in Honor of Our Lady of Perpetual Help" by Syre, "Emitte Spiritum" at the offertory and "Proper of the Mass" by Rossini. • • • The bride's ballerina gown of pure silk dupionni was an original by Bensen Young. The scoop neck line was outlined with Alencon lace. A pouf finished the back closing, topping the full oircular, skirt. Her halo veil was caught tof wedding will take place at LaVonne Lampe of Sunnyvale, Calif., who is visiting Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Fox, will spend Sunday in Omaha with her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Lampe, and will be sponsor at the baptism of their baby daughter, Kathy, who was born August 9. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gutschmldt and children, Billy and Susie, returned home Thursday night from a two-week vacation trip. They vistied Mrs. Gutschmidt's mother, Mrs. Gottfried Liebelt at Harvey, N. D., Mr. Gutschmidt's sister and family at Minot' and his brother and family at Williston. They returned through the Black Hills and the* Badlands. The Gut- schmidts were accompanied, to Harvey by Mrs. Gutschmidt's brothef-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schandler-of Richmond, Calif., who left from Harvey for their home Wednesday. ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) "JULIE" Sun. - Mon. - Tuet. Mdfat* little Mississippi RiverboatGal who taught • sophisticated Bachelor about LOVE! QNIMASCOPC'TKHNIMLOR. ilSUENirf WAbBRPNNAN Continuous Show Sunday . , . Doors Open at 1:00 p, m. a Jeweled hat. She carried a white orchid with satin ribbon, loops of silver Swiss tubing, and a pearl rosary Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Carleen Hess, whose gown of pink crystalette was made on princess lines. She wore a half-hat in identical color. Her flowers were pink Venus carnations with pink satin ribbon James Scott of Lake View, friend of the bridegroom, was best man. Ushers were Wayne Grodahl of Lytton and Lauren Hendrickson of Stanhope, friends of the bridegroom, Bill Hess, brother of the bride, and George Hess, cousin of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Hess selected a brown crepe dress with beige satin accents and brown accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. The bride groom's mother wore a navy crepe dress with Kelly green accents, navy accessories and green carnation corsage. * * * Fifty guests were entertained at an 11: SO dinner in the Driftwood Room of Hotel Burke, where a reception for ISO guests was held from 1 to 3 o'clock. Pink candles and nut-cups decorated the dinner tables. The bride's cake had been made by Otto Stieler of Springfield, Minn., a relative of the Hess family, Assisting at the reception table were Mrs. Mike Wittrock, Mrs. Cy Hulsebus, Mrs. Leo Mayr and Mrs. Frank W. Belter. White candles and a floral arrangement were used on the table's pink cloth. Attending the guest book were Mrs. Lauren Hendrickson of Lytton, Mrs. Joe Dellere N of Omaha and Mrs. Vincent Baumhover. Mr. and Mrs. Quinn, parents qf the bridegroom, gave the rehearsal dinner at Hotel Burke Friday evening. Guests were members of the wedding party and' their families. The bride received her bachelor of music education degree at Drake University, Des Moines. She is a member of Alpha Xi Delta social sorority and Nu Phi Epsilon music sorority. She has been a music instructor in the public schools at Leon and Creston. \ Mr. Quinn was graduated from Iowa State College, Ames, with a I bachelor of science degree. His fraternity is Delta Sigma Phi. He is a farmer and also in the seed business at Lake View. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Quinn will take a two-week trip in the New England States. For her going • away costume, the bride has a black wool jersey sheath accented in sapphire blue, a small sapphire blue velvet hat and black accessories. After September 1, the couple will live at Lake View. Rita Augustine Feted at Party In Coon Rapids* Rita Augustine of Carroll, bride- elect of Gerald Simons of Coon Rapids, was honored at a. miscellaneous shower in the home of Mrs. Clarence Shirbroun at Coon Rapids Friday night The hostesses, Mrs. Clarence Shirbroun, Mrs. Earl Shirbroun, Mrs. Estel Shirbroun, Mrs. Francis Shirbroun and Mrs. Clarence Jacobsen are aunts of Mr. Simons. Miss Augustine and her mother, Mrs. Leo Augustine, were the Carroll guests in the • group of 30. The others were Coon Rapids friends. * * • The shower gifts were brought to Miss Augustine in a basket decorated in her colors of pink and white. She was assisted in opening them by Gayle Frohlich and Genevieve Shirbroun. Miss Shirbroun gave a musical program, singing and playing her own piano accompaniments. Lunch was served from a table decorated with garden flowers. At the coffee services were Mrs. Augustine of Carroll and Mrs. Katherine Simons of Coon Rapids, mothers of the prospective bride and groom. * • * 9:30 a.m. September 7 in SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. INDS TONIGHT (Saturday) 2 Big Features Plus Owl Show! CARROLL OUTDOOR Sun. - Mon. - Tues. RED SKELTON W*NOJ JANETBIAIR«V1V1AN BLAINE Open 7:15 p. m. Adults 60c Children Under 12 FREE! Mrs. 0. W. Wyatt Of Manning Back From 2-Month Trip (Time* R«r«14 Newt Service) MANNING — Mrs. 0. W. Wyatt has returned from the west, where she had spent two months visiting relatives in Colorado, California and Washington. She traveled by plane. Mr. and Mrs. R. H. McGrath and daughters were Sunday pleasure callers in Shenandoah. Mr. and Mrs. Jul Hoffman and Mike, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Long and family had a picnic at Springbrook park Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Browner of Des Moines spent the weekend in the P. F. Hansen home. Mrs. Nellie Ohrt and Shirley are vacationing with relatives on the west coast. Mrs. Melvin Hass entertained in honor of her birthday Tuesday. Guests present for an evening of cards and lunch were Mrs. Lena Hass, Mrs. Tena Otto, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Ahrendsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hagedorn and daughter, Irwin; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schuldt and dffughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Dever and son, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Hollander and family, all of Denlson; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dammann and family, Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Hass, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Otto. The family of Mrs. Minnie Biehl gathered at her home in North Manning on Sunday, Aug. 11, honoring her granddaughter, Mrs. Charles Taranowiez and family of Trenton, N. J. Those who enjoyed a social afternoon and lunch were Mrs. Biehl, who now lives at the Pfoltner Nursing Home; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taranowiez, Bernadette, Barbara, Patricia and Catherine; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gosch, Glen Gosch and son of Omaha; Mr, and Mrs. Russell Kroeger and family, Early; Mr. and Mrs. Vigo Jen.«ep and Jackie Gosch of Jackson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Guritz and daughter, St. Louis Park, Minn.; Herbert Kroeger, Arcadia. Betty Weds Jean Louis Letting Galetich In a Saturday morning ceremony at St. Francis Church in Maple River, wedding vows were taken by Betty Jean Letting, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leiting of Maple River, and Louis Galetich, son of John Galetich Sr. and the late Mrs. Galetich of Madrid. The double ring ' Paige k Paige Photo Mrs. Loals Galetich »'. m- • *$» TO MARRY . . . Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bengfort of Carroll announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn, to Edward Feeney, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. J< Feeney of IBagley. Saturday. October it, has been set as the date of the nuptials which will take place at 9 a.m.. In 88. Peter and Paul's Church here. Miss Bengfort la a nurse's aide at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. Feeney Is employed by the Hyland Texaco Company here, Personals Mr. and Mrs. Don R. Anderson and children, SaUy and Jeffrey Louis, of Verona,- Pa., are expected to arrive Saturday night to visit Mr. Anderson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis H. Anderson, until September 3. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Stone and sons, Philip and Robert, returned Friday night from a week's trip in the Ozarks and a visit in Kansas City with Mrs. Stone's brother, Howard Signall, who returned to his home at Pasadena, Calif., Fri day after being employed tempor arily in the Bekins offices at Kansas City. The Stone family visited frends in Aurora, Mo., and Mrs. Joe Muxen, daughters, Clara and Gertrude, and son, Hugh, at Wins low, Ark. They saw the Church of the Ozarks and the craft school with which Miss Gertrude Muxen, a cousin of Mrs. Stone, is connected. TheMuxenfamily formerly lived in Carroll. The late Joe Muxen was a brother of Mrs, Phil Signall, mother of Mrs. Stone Mrs. Muxen is now 96 years old. t ——— Arriving Sunday to spend their vacation with Mrs. J. C. Arts and family are Mrs.. Arts' son and daughter-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Arts, and children, Joe and Susan, of Helena, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eischeld and son, Gary, of Halbur, accom panied by Carl Assmann of Dunlap, went to Omaha Friday night to meet the Eischeids' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Assmann, and son, Danny, of Los Angeles. Calif., who arrived for a two-week visit with the Eis­ cheids and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Assmann is the former Doris Eischeid. Also coming to the Eischeid home next week are Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Eischeid and son, Jeffrey of Elgin, 111., Walter Eischeid of Toronto, Canada, and Joni Ripley of Streator, 111. All will join Mr. Eischeid in celebrating his birthday August 22. Mrs. Editha Webster' of Slow City, who was an overnight guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn N Weeks, left Saturday morning to attend the Midwestern Institute of the National Council of Catholic Women at Dubuque. She is, the national vice-chairman and diocesan chairman of public relations. Mrs. Webster is woman's editor of the Sioux City Journal-Tribune publications. Dr. and Mrs. Guy Jones returned Friday night from Cedar Rapids, where they had gone last Saturday. Dr. Jones checked health certificates in the livestock department of the All-Iowa Fair this week, He also assisted at the 4 -H show which was held for two days. Dr. and Mrs. Jones visited friends in Cedar Rapids, their former home. Social Calender Saturday—' Bridge • mixer, • p.m., Carroll Country Club. Tuesday— L. or L, Club, Mrs, Ted Schul* Sr. American Legion Auxiliary, Legion hall. Amvets Auxiliary, Aravets Clubrooms. Women's golf supper, 8:30 p.m., Country Club. Wednesday— St. Lawrenea Confraternitjr of Christian'Mothers, 7 p.m. potluck dinner, Parish hall. Wa*Tan-Ya Chib.-tjfQ p.m. picnie, Graham Park sheUerhouse. Flower Show, St. Paul's Lutheran Church basement. Thursday- Bridge - luncheoa, 1 pis,, Carroll Country Club. service took place at 9 o'clock, with the Rev. Peter M. Mattes officiating, The altars war* decorated with garden flowers, . Sr. M. Ceciline played "Processional" by E. Masciardl as .the wedding party entered the church. St. Francis Choir sang the "Mass" by Gruber Drees. "Ave Maria" was played at th* offertory. The hymn, "Mother, Mary at Thy Altar," was .sung during the bride's presentation of an arm bouquet of white carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. "Recession- all" by E. Masciardl concluded the service. * • • Mr. Leiting gave his daughter In marriage. She wore a gown of imported hand-clipped Chantilly lace over bridal satin. The elongated bodice with wide^ scalloped sa- brina neckline, was sprinkled in the front and back with tiny illumines. The lace pattern of the scallops Was embroidered with seed pearls. The floor-length skirt was a drift of all lace, sweeping into a full cathedral train. The bride's hand-rolled silk illusion veil was caught to a pleated plateau embroidered with iridescents and a dropped pearl. She carried a Chantilly lace-covered prayerbook, designed with a detachable laven der orchid and clusters of steph anotis falling in knotted satin showers. The bride's three attendants were the bridegroom's sister, Rose Galetich of Madrid, maid of honor, and the bride's sisters, Mary Lou and LaVonne Leiting, bridesmaids. They wore identical ballerina- length gowns tof Nile green. The tiny sleeves and modified scoop necks, with back streamers, were of wide bands of spring leaf green. The bouffant skirts of Nile green were enhanced by godets of darker shades of green. The attendants' headdresses, were modified cartwheel horsehair hats of Nile green with trim of wide satin sprays in darker green. White gloves and white pumps completed their costumes. They carried simplicity styled semi - crescent bouquets of yellow Fugi chrysanthemums, accented with tufted matching maline and showered English ivy. * * * Bill Galetich, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. Jim Laughrin of Savanna, 111., college roommate of the bridegroom, and Jim Tolyan, cousin of the bridegroom, were groomsmen. John Galetich, nephew of the bridegroom, and Robert Leiting, cousin of the bride, ushered. The bride's mottier wore a blue lace dress with pink and white accessories. Her corsage was a white orchid. Mrs. Elizabeth Visser, grandmother of the bride, wore a navy blue silk dress with navy and white accessories and corsage of a cymbidium orchid. The nuptial mass was followed by breakfast in the home of the bride's parents. Serving was the bride's sister, Mrs. Joe Kanne Jr. Garden flowers and green and white tapers decorated the table. * * * Dinner for 80 guests at 11:30 was followed by a reception from 2 to S o'clock for a.i additional 100 guests at the Brown Derby. Table decorations featured a decorative altar, trimmed with flowers on pillars at the side? of steps leading to a miniature bride and groom on the top step. A white bell hung from an archway across the top. An arrangement of garden] flowers and green and white tapers graced another table. * * * The bridal table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake which had been made and decorated by Mrs. Urban Schulte of Breda, cousin of the bride. The cake, trimmed in the bride's colors of Nile green and white and topped with a miniature bride and groom, was encircled with a spray of flowers designed by Mrs. Schulte. The cake was placed on tipped huckleberry and pleated Nile green lace. At either side were double candelabra with .green and white tapers. Barbara Hagedorn cut and served the cake. Presiding at the silver coffee services were Mrs Richard Sorensen and Mrs. Don Nieland. At the gift table were Sheryl Schumacher and Janet Schaben. Dorothy Hodges had charge of the guest book. All are classmates and friends of the bride. * * * ' The former Mist Leiting is a graduate of Carroll High School, class of 195S. She is employed in the offices of Ocoma Foods. The bridegroom is a coach at Kuemper High School. He was graduated from Madrid High School and St- Ambrose College at Davenport, The bride's going-away costume was a black sheath dress with white trim and black and white accessories. After a week's wedding trip, the couple will be at home at 410 South Elm Street, Carroll. Flower Show to Be at Lake City September 14 and 15 («M IHIM vm IWtM> LAKE CITY ii- The fill flower show of the Lake City Garden Club is to be Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 14 and IB, at the Community balding here. The theme li ''Autumn's Palatte.'? Mrs. Ann Walton and .Mrs. William Day Courtesy for Mrs. Klinefelter Mrs. F. A. Lerdall and Mrs Clifford McCarville complimented Mrs. Laura Klinefelter of Waukesha,, Wis., at a brunch in Mrs. Lerdall's home Friday morning. Yellow and purple flowers decorated the table. Guests were a few teachers and students with whom Mrs. Klinefelter was associated when she was a member of the Carroll High School faculty. Mrs Walter Otto of Sac City was an out-of-town guest. The hostesses presented a gift to Mrs. Klinefelter, who is visiting here until Monday. Mrs. FVank Belter has returned from a visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and. Mrs. M. H. Fitzgerald, and family at Janesville, Wis. She was joined at the conclusion of her visit' by her daughter, Mrs. Vincent Collison, with whom she returned home. BRIDE-ELECT . . . .Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Gallagher of Vail announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Catherine, to Ralph Darrell Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Carter of Riddle, Ore. The wedding will take place Sept. 7 at St. Ann's.Catho­ lic Church In Vail. Miss Gallagher, a graduate of St. Anthony School of Nursing In Carroll, Is presently employed at Mercy Hospital In Roseburg, Oregon. (Times Herald News Service Photo) Snyder-Broich Vows Taken in Church Rites Marilyn Brolcn,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Broich of Carroll, and Dale Snyder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Snyder of Breda, were married at 8;30 Saturday morning in St,.Mary's Church at Willey, The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. H.'J. Dries. Mass servers were Johnny Broich, brother of the bride, David Heithoff, Danny Wurzer and Bernard Haverman, friends of the bride. Mary Schumacher, organist, played "Processional" and "Recessional" by D. Roulers. St. Mary's Choir sang the "Reglna Pacis Mass." "Ave Maris Stella" by Piel at the offertory and "Ave Maria" by Singonberger as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with looped pastel blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar after mass. * * • Joleen Broich, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and Kathleen Snyder, sister of th bridegroom, bridesmaid. Orville Ludwig, friend of the couple, was Mr. Snyder's best man. Ushers were Marvin Broich, brother of the bride, and Delmar Bruening, cousin of the bridegroom. Completing the wedding party was the flower girl, Mary Lou Broich, niece of the bride. * * • The bride wore an all • white floor-length gown of French im ported Chantilly lace over net and heavy bridal satin,, designed with a traditional all-lace bodice and long sleeves tapered to deep points over the wrists. The portrait neckline was adorned with pleated tul lene and tiny iridescents. The bouffant skirt fell from the waist in a lace flounce, ending with inverted scallops over net, each centered with a lace medallion en hanced with iridescents, all over a skirt of tulle cascaded with many tiny ruffles. The bride's fingertip veil of imported all-silk illusion was held by a half pillbox style headdress sprinkled with tiny seed pearls and iridescents. Tiny pearls were also entwined in the -side clips. She carrier* a triplet cas cade-designed bouquet of frenched white carnations and bridal ivy over satin showers, crowned with 4 Times Herald, Carroll, lows Saturday, Aug. 17, 1957 Patricia C. loew And Gerald H. Dalhoff Wed The wedding of Patricia C. Loew. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Loew of Hayfield, Minn., and Gerald ft. Dalhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dalhoff of Halbur, took place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning, August 17, in the St. Lawrence Church here. The bride was given in marriage by her father at the double ring ceremony which was performed by the Rev. Arthur S. Poeckes. The St. Lawrence choir sang, With organ accompaniment. * * * The bride's all-white floor-length gown of French imported Chantilly lace, nylon net and tulle over bridal satin was designed with a traditional all-lace sculptured bodice, portrait neckline enhanced with crystal illusion and short sleeves worn with brief gauntlets. The bouffant net skirt fell from under full side panniers of lace. She wore a bridal veil and carried a Chantilly lace-covered prayer- book with cascading frenched white carnations over tatted satin showers, crowned with a detachable lavender hybrid orchid. Maid of honor was JoAnn Dalhoff of Omaha, sister of the bridegroom, and bridesmaid, Bonnie Loew of Austin, Minn., cousin of the bride. Their ballerina-length gowns of nylon chiffon were styled alike. Miss Dalhoff wore lilac and Miss Loew. autumn violet. White headbands had flower trim matching the colors of their gowns. They carried moderne singular cascade- designed bouquets of white carnations, accented with ivy and satin showers. * * * Don Loew of Hayfield, Minn., brother of the bride, was best man, and Dave Dalhoff of Halbur, brother of the bridegroom, groomsman. The guests Were seated by Paul Klocke of Willow River, Minn., and Francis Dalhoff of Omaha. Flower girls were Charlotte Klocke, niece of the bride, and Judy Heiman, niece of the bridegroom Both wore net over satin. Judy's dress was all white and Charlotte's, white net over snow lilac. They carried nosegays of lavender pompons with matching satin showers. After mass, the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Vlr gin's altar. • « • Breakfast in the home of the bridegroom's brother and sister in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dalhoff of Carroll, followed the church service. The wedding dinner and reception for 200 guests were held at the Elks Club here. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. Lowell Baker, Mrs. Wayne Rupiper, Mrs."Leo Schoeppner, Mrs. Wil liam Schreck and Mrs. Albert Ru piper. Serving were Janice Rutten, Beverly Rutten, Elaine Wis kus, Donna Ramaekers, Rosie Badding, Kay Fleskei, Betty Siep ker, Donna Harrison and Phyllis Loew At the reception, the bride's cake was cut by Mrs. Scott Boulware Margie Rupiper attended the guest book, Dolores Wiskus and Joan Schreck assisted in opening the gifts. * * • The bride, a graduate of high school at Hayfield, Minn., has been employed as an operator in the Carroll office of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. The bridegroom, a student at Creighton University, Omaha, Is in his sophomore year, After September 1, Mr, and Mrs. Dalhoff will live at 2532 Cass Street, Omaha. For her traveling costume, the bride chose a black sheath dress with black and white accessories. The Rev. Mr. Alfred Loeffelhols, Ralph Loeffelholz and Paul Wernimont returned Thursday night from a trip to St. Benedict College. Atchison, Kan.; Kansas < City, where they visited in the Joe DeMaria home, and the Ozarks, They left from Iowa City after attending the wedding of Kaye Green of Iowa City and Paul Loeffelholz Saturday morning, August 10. Thursday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Blair Harden and daughters were Mr. and Mrs. Jurgen Petersen, Lake View; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Peterson and daughter, Patty, Dow City, and Mr. and Mrs. Emil A. Petersen of Carroll and their grandson; Bobby Petersen of Dow City* who has been with them for the past week. Mrs. Harden'i birthday wis cele* brated. Bake Sale, St, Lawrence Hal! Sunday, August 1A «Uer 7:30 mass. Adv. Mr. and Mrs,' F. F. Gruber and daughter- Gayle Ann returned Friday from a 10-week trip to the Eastern States and Canada Including eight weeks at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, N. H., where Mr. Gruber attended summer school on a National Science Foundation scholarship; While at Durham the family took side trips through the New England states and as far south, as Washington, D. C, covering 18 states in all. They returned home by way of Niagara-Falls, crossing Into Ontario. Canada, and recrosi* ing into Upper Michigan at Sault StaT Maria. They visited relatives at Amery, Wis., and Litchfield, Minn,, arriving in Carroll Friday afternoon. Mr. aid Mrs* J. B. Tracker and family pf Morristown, W . J., arrived Friday night ,to visit Mr. Tracker's sister, Mrs. Florence w*|nw. and <Hher relatives ii tMg; am. TAKE WEDDING VOWS... Virginia L. Hugeback, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hugeback of Carroll, and Norbert R. Thelen, son of Mrs. Mathilda Thelen of Carroll and the late Sylvester Thelen, were married August 10 at SS. Peter and Paul's Church here. The couple Is living with the bridegroom's mother on her farm north of Carroll until he leaves for military service. (Rohner Studio Photo) a detachable whit* hybriB orchid. The attendants were gowned in romance blue fashioned of net, lace ond tulle over taffeta, with fitted strapless bodices worn with tiny jackets. The full skirts fell in tier on tier of alternating lace and net ruffles to ballerina - length. Their tiaras of French straw leaves in romance blue were entwined in fluted nylon, worn with brief veils. Each carried a mod- erne singular cascade bouquet of minuet white pompons accented with white satin and knotted showers. . The flower girls romance blue floor-length dress with full skirt was similar to the gowns of the bridal attendants. The bodice had a round neckline and short puffed sleeves. White pompons with white accents were in her companion-designed bouquet. The mothers of the bride and groom wore dark dresses and carnation corsages. Immediately after mass, breakfast was served at the home of the bride's aunt, Mrs Rose Neppel. Fifty-five guests attended a noon dinner in the American Legion Hall at Dedham, where a reception for an additional 150 guests was held from 2 to 5 o'clock. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. Bill Dopheide, Mrs. Norbert Llewer, Mrs. John Wurzer, Mrs. John Weill and Mrs. Richard Weeks. Serving were Emily and Kathleen Pudenz, Ruth and Arlene Pick, Marie Broich and Patricia Forke. Mrs. Maurice Hoffman, friend of the bride, cut the four-tiered cake which was trimmed in the bridal colors. Mrs. Hoffman and Rita Kerwin attended the guest book.- Laurel Jean Broich, sister of the bride, and Joleen Ann Tigges were at the gift table. For»her traveling costume, the bride has a blue-gray sheath dress with black accessories. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder, who will take a week's trip in western states, will live in Breda after September 1. The bride Is employed as office assistant at the Farm Bureau office. She is a graduate of St. Mary's School In Willey and Kuemper High School, Carroll. Mr. Snyder is employed at the Ocken Furniture store in Breda. He attended St. Bernard's grade and high school at Breda. Expect 75 Pupils to Enroll ot Lidderdale LIDDERDALE — Teachers on last year's faculty of Holy Family School, Lidderdale, will return for the new school, year, it was announced here Saturday by the Rev. Robert Phillips, pastor of. the parish and .superintendent of the school. Sr. M. Domatllla again will be the superior and teacher of upper grades. Sr. Mary Frances will re-turn as teacher of lower grades, The school will open Tuesday, Sep* Jember 3, with an estimated enrol* lment of 75. Mr. and.Mrs. Harold Klocke and family of Hayfield, Minn., who are visiting their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Klocke and Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hahn, were guests in \ (he Henry Huegerlch home Friday afternoon. Br«. Richard, O.M.I,, ion of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Sapp, and four othet brothers of the tame order, Bro. Ray of Fandoval, ill., pro. Lorenzo of Jarrot. Va., Bro. Francis - of Sherburn, Minn,, and Bro. John of Manhattan, Kan., were hart for an overnight visit Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Sapp and family. They .were returning to Carthage, Mo., where they are stationed, from a wetk'i annual retreat of the brothers at Buffalo, Mlno.

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