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Morning Service For Snyder-Schulte Rites (Tine* Herald New* SeiTlee) BREDA — Wedding vows were taken by Myrna Schulte of Breda and Orville Snyder of Auburn at 8:30 Saturday morning, Sept. 7, In St. Bernard's Church here. The bride, daughter, of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schulte of Breda, was given in marriage by her father. The bridegroom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Snyder of Auburn. The Rev. William J. Ortman officiated at the double ring ceremony. Two matching altar arrangements consisted of fanned fall-toned gladioli and bronzed pompons with branched bronzed oak leaves and matching bowed satin. Sr. M. Naomi, organist, played "Wedding March" by Kreckel as the processional. St. Bernard's Choir sang "St. Michael's Mass" by Eder, "Ave Maria" by Molitor at the offertory and "Maiden Mother" by Haller while the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and pompons, tied with multi-looped blue ' satin, on the Blessed Virgin'is altar after mass. Maid of honor was Elvira Snyder, sister of the bridegroom, and bridesma'tron, Mrs. Norman Nieland, friend of the bride? Time* Htrald, Carroll, Saturday, Sept. 7, 1957 St. Lawrence Mothers Club To Open Season St. Lawrence School Mothers' Club will observe its fifth anniversary at its opening meeting of the year at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 10, in the parish hall. The new teachers will be introduced. Officers this year are: Mrs. Lloyd Lynch, president; Mrs. Steve Qarbier, vice-president; Mrs. Robert Quinn, secretary, and Mrs. Frank Liewer, treasurer. Elmer Heimans Surprised On 10th Anniversary Neighbors surprised Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heiman at their home south of Carroll Friday evening, celebrating the couple's tenth wedding anniversary. After cards and traveling bingo were played, the visitors served lunch and presented Mr. and Mrs Heiman with a purse. The lunch included a decorated anniversary cake which had "been"made by Mrs. Joe Simons. • Participants were: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Masching and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Gehling and family, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Pietig and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Simons and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennebeck, Mr. and Mrs James Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kasperbauer, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Grossman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Masching and family and Mrs. Mary Stevens and son, Henry. Mrs. Kas perbauer received the cup prize. Double Feature CARROLL OUTDOOR • Sun. thru Wed. • Temptation Terror ^ NAKED PARADISE IN WIDE VISION COLOR Richard DENNING-Beverly GARLAND Vmm nMtC9M*M MM DC II NttfMMttl PVtWI — HIT NO. % — . NAKED FURY...and death staked on the ant-bill! FLESH and the SPUR YYU>1 visiw coiOR LuVerne Snyder, brother of the | bridegroom, was best man andj Norman Nieland, friend of the] couple, groomsman. Howard Heisterkamp. cousin ,of the bride, and Wilmer Snyder, brother of the bridegroom, seated the guests. * * * The bride's gown was fashioned of rosepoint lace over Vienna satin. The basque bodice was enhanced by a wide sabrina neckline embroidered in the lace pattern with miniature pearls and ir- idescents.. The all-lace skirt was a floor-length sweep, continuing into a whisper train. A plateau of crystal pleating held in place the bride's silk illusion hand-rolled veil. She carried a semi-crescent styled bouquet of radiating stephanotis and bridal ivy from a crowned detachable -hybrid white orchid with knotted showered satin. The attendants wore ballerina gowns of lagoon blue lace. The elongated bodices had wide bateau necklines of matching velveteen. The all-lace skirts were double circles of lace. Velvet sprays of ribbon trimmed the attendants' horsehair discs. Their flowers were companion designed semi- crescent bouquets of bronze puf- fet pompons, centered with bronzed mums in tufted satin and accented with croton leaves. * * * Mrs. Schulte chose a Dior blue crepe dress with beige accessories for her daughter's wedding. The bridegroom's mother wore a stone blue crepe dress with black accessories. Both had lavender orchid corsages. Mrs. Anna Snyder, grandmother of the bridegroom, wore a dark dress and corsage of white carnations. The wedding breakfast was served by Bonnie Beisch and Helen Koster, friends of the couple, in the home of the bride's parents. Fifty guests were entertained at a noon dinner in the dining room of St. Bernard's High School. Mrs. Lou Schoo, Mrs. Norbert Gross, Tillie Woerdehoff and Marie Thelen, dinner hostesses, were assist 1 ed in serving by Gladys Vonnahme, Arlene Thelen, Lois Vonnahme, Del Rae Vonnahme, Jean Snyder, Barbara Knobbe and Ella Mae Boell. The guest tables were centered with epergnes holding twisted aqua candles designed with bronze pompons. * * * One hundred fifty guests attended a reception in the American Legion Hall at Breda. Reception hostesses were Mrs. Albert Boes, Mrs. Ray H. Brinker and Mrs. L. M. Quinlin. The bride's cake was placed on wreathed tipped huckleberry, with twisted white tapers paired at either side. It was cut and served by Mrs. Larry Wess of Carroll, aunt of the bride. Mrs. Leo Heisterkamp of Breda and Mrs. Robert Wieland of Carroll, aunts of the bride, poured coffee, using the silver service that was given by the bridal couple to the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Schulte, on their 25th wedding anniversary Friday, Sept. 6. Shirley Heisterkamp of Omaha, cousin of the bride, had charge of the guest book and Mrs. Don Henrich of Vermillion, S. D., cousin of the bride, the gift book. .* * * Mr.' and Mrs. Snyder will take a 10-day trip in western states, the bride wearing a yeoman blue tweed sheath and eton jacket, with black accessories, as her going-away costume. The couple will live on a farm south of Auburn. s The bride, who was graduated from St. Bernard's High. School, Breda, has been b<£)kkeeper in the office of Robert C. Sorenson, livestock broker, at Breda. The bridegroom, a farmer, was graduated from Auburn High School. He served in the U. S. Army for two years. Jenny Lee Greteman Is Vincent Beisch's Bride (Rlnphart-Maraden PHoto) Mrs. Vincent Beisch Jenny Lee Greteman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Greteman of Templeton, and Vincent G. Beisch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph D. Beisch of Carroll, were married at 10 o'clock Saturday morning. Sept. 7, in Sacred Heart Church at Templeton. The double ring ceremony was performed by the Rev. William Buchholz before an altar decorated with two matching arrangements of large chrysanthemums and white pompons in looped white satin. Sr. Mary Georgine. O.S.F., organist, played "Marche Nuptiale" by Valenti as the processional and "Marche DeProcession" by Lemmons as the recessional. Sacred Heart Choir sang "Panis Angelicus" by Lambilotte at the Legion Auxiliary Starts Year The first meeting of the Carroll County organization, American Legion Auxiliary, following installation of officers in July, was held Friday night in the American Legion-Hall at Manning, with the Manning unit as the hostess gorup. Guests were Mrs. Peter Voege of Westside, president of the Crawford County Auxiliary, and Mrs. [Delbert Scott of Arcadia, Crawford County secretary-treasurer and Westside unit president. * * * Mrs. Clarence McGrane of Car- uuw « nu uny seea peans. sne!™ 11 - president of the Carroll Coun- carried a simplicity-styled hand lty organization, conducted the lace outlined a scalloped peplum on the full skirt. Her three-tiered veil was caught to a lace half-hat with tiny seed pearls. She wore dotted mitts, matching her dress, and carried a princess hand-styled bouquet of tucked white roses and radiating lilies-oMhe-valley, enhanced with a collarette of sheared lace, Her white crystal rosary was the bridegroom's gift. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Greta Ann Greteman, who wore a ballerina • length capucine taffeta dress, also designed by Emma Domb, with matching half- hat, bow and tiny seed pearls. She meeting and reported on,the Iowa department convention' which- she attended in Des Moines July 24, 25 and 26. ^ ..„. „ W1 Activity reports were given by offertory and' "On This Day, 0 j made by the bride's mother. i the presidents of all of the seven Beautiful Mother," after mass as Thomas J McGrane of Omaha units in the countv - Mrs - clem the bride placed an arm bouquet j and Carroll was best man Walter^- white of Carro11 - count V secre of white chrysanthemums, tied i T Gouger of 0maha and George bouquet of gathered talisman roses with a miniature rose cascade and tucked ivy leaves. The bride's veil and headpiece and the maid of honor's matching hat had been' Simons-Augustine Vows Taken in Church Rites A Saturday morning bride was Rita Augustine of- Carroll, whofgroom, was junior groomsman. with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. * * * The bride's floor-length dress, an original by Emma Domb, was fashioned of dotted nylon tulle with high neckline and three-quarter lantern sleeves. Bands of Alencon Roselyn Badding and Lon Diers Take Vows (Tlm»» Hrrald Nem Service) ARCADIA — The wedding of Roselyn Badding and Lon Diers took place at 9 o'clock Saturday morning. Sept. 7, at St. John's Church here, with the Rev, C. A. Ahmann officiating. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. William Badding and Mr. and Mrs. Art Diers of Arcadia. Sr. Mary Theona, organist, played "Processional" by Renard and "Recessional" by Lysberg. St. John's parish, choir sang "Mass X" by Bragers, "0 Sanctissima," by Weiss at the offertory and "On This Day, O Beautiful Mother" by Lambillotte as the bride placed an arm bouquet of white gladioli and carnations, tied with Madonna blue satin, on the Blessed Virgin's altar after mass. * * * Attending the bride were her sisters, Mary Jo Badding, maid of honor; Kathryn Badding, bridesmaid, and Janet Badding. junior bridesmaid. Don Diers was his brother's best man. Ushers were Leo Diers, uncle of the bridegroom, and Robert Schroeder, cousin of the bride. Mass servers were Billy Badding, brother of the bride; Robert Diers, cousin of the bridegroom, Richard Staiert and Russell Bohnenkamp. * * * The double ring ceremony was performed before an altar decorated with matching bouquets of mums and bells of Ireland. The bride, given in marriage"l>y her father, was gowned in silk mist taffeta, The fitted elongated bodice buttoned down the back and came Walden of Omaha and Carroll were ushers. The best man and ushers are close friends and fraternity brothers of the bridegroom. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Greteman selected a mink trimmed tortoise shell silk dress with dark accessories. She had a corsage of talisman roses. The bridegroom's mother wore a fall sapphire blue and silver dress with 'black velvet accessories and lavender orchid corsage. Mrs. Elizabeth McQueen of Templeton, grandmother of the bride, wore a dark fall dress with white butterfly at a noon dinner in the American i roses at the shoulder. Legion hall at Arcadia, where a reception for an additional 75 guests was held at 2 o'clock. Dinner hostesses were Mrs. * * * Dinner for 80 guests in Sacred tary-treasurer, presented her re port. * * * Carroll, t with a delegation of 16 members/received the registration prize. Other units and their representations were: Arcadia, 15; Breda, five; Coon Rapids, four; Dedham, 10; Glidden, six, and Manning, 26. The door prize went to Mrs. Anna Jahde of Denison. The rotation of county meetings has been changed, the various places and months including: Manning, September; Dedham, October; Arcadia, November; Coon Rapids, February; Breda, April; Carroll, May, and Glidden, June. Announced were the eighth dis- married Gerald A. Simons of Coon Rapids at 9:30 o'clock in SS. Peter and Paul's Church here, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Frank H. Greteman officiating. White fall flowers decorated the altar. The bride is a daughter of Mrs. Leo Augustine, 216 West First Street, Carroll, and the late Mr. Augustine. The bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Katherine Simons of Coon Rapids and the late Arthur Simons. * * * * The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Robert Augustine. She wore a white bridal taffeta gown made by her mother. Designed on princess lines, the gown had tiny covered buttons to the hipline in the back. The sa­ brina neckline with yoke of imported Viennese lace was studded with seed pearls. Matching lace edged the three-quarter length sleeves. The skirt, made on circular lines, ended in a chapel train. Coon Rapids, cousin of the bride- Albert Asstnann of Lidderdale, brother-in-law of the bride, and Don Jacobsen of Davenport, cousin of the bridegroom, ushered. The mothers of the bride and groom wore fall dresses, dark accessories*and corsages of pink roses. * • * "Processional March" by Spence was the organ processional, with "Recessional March" by Guilmant concluding' the service. SS. Peter and Paul student choir sang Gregorian Mass X, "A v e Maria" by Rossini at the offertory, and "Maiden Mother, Meek and Mild" after mass as the bride placed a bouquet of white flowers, tied with blue ribbon, on the Blessed Virgin's altar. Sixty-five dinner guests at the Brown Derby were joined by 175 more for a reception from 2 to 4 o'clock. The bride's four-tiered cake, with square bottom, had swans The bride's illusion nylon net; separating each tier. Decorated in veil fell from a small tiara of j the bride's two shades of pink, it pearls set in leaf design. She car- i was topped with a pink pearl bell ried a white orchid entwined with 1 outlined with a lace heart. * j a crystal rosary in a rosette of j * * * ! white taffeta and white Swiss tub-! Mrs. Malachy Morrissey was at ing. ; the coffee service and Margaret * * * < Ann Kanne, at the punch bowl. Alvina Augustine of Chicago! Mrs. Lynn Brinker of Omaha cut was her sister's maid of honor.j the cake. Gayle Frohlich of Coon Rapids and j Charlotte Conley and Lois Nees, Rosemarie Barry of Mapleton, \ both of Omaha, were at the gift college friends of the bride, were table. Genevieve Shirbroun of bridesmaids. Connie Simons of j Coon Rapids attended the guest Clem Muggenbcrg, Mrs. Ted Sta- j guests, pies, Mrs. Lawrence Winker, Mrs.' Bill Sundrup and Mrs. Wayne Duffy. They were assisted in serving by Bonny Schroeder, Phyllis Schroeder, Fay Schroeder, Marlene Schroeder. Diane Diers, Mary Quinn, Shirley Winker, Helen Berg and Eileen Schroeder. Mrs. John Wiebers was dining room hostess. The bride's all-white cake was topped with two lace hearts set off with gold rings and white doves. The cake, encircled with ropes of smilax, was cut by Roselyn Leiting. Verna Beckman had charge of, the guest book and Mrs. Larry Stoffers and Mrs. Mark Ahmann, the gift book. •Also assisting at the reception were Mrs. Ben Sundrup and Miss Matilda Dentlinger. Garden flowers, streamers and twisted tapers, decorated the tables. * * » Heart Hall at Templeton was fol-trict fall conference of the auxil lowed by a reception for 150, iary at Fort Dodge Oct. 9 and the Coon Rapids, sister of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid. book. The rehearsal dinner for the The bride's four-tiered cake was topped with tiered white chrysanthemums and frosted white bells. Marcene Eggen of Omaha cut the cake and Laurina Schiltz of Omaha poured coffee. Mrs. James F. Spieker of Carroll, cousin of the bride, and Phyllis Gates, Beverly Lammers and Jacqueline Jensen of Omaha were in charge of the gift table. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Beisch will live at 3409 Cuming Street, Omaha. The bride, a graduate of Sacred Heart High School, Templeton, is employed by the Northwestern Bll Telephone Company in Omaha. Mr. Beisch, who was graduated from Carroll High School, is a senior in the college of business administration, Creighton University, Omaha, and is employed by G. R. Walsh & Associates. Omaha. His fraternities are Alpha Kappa eighth district junior conference at Pocahontas Oct. 19. * * * Mrs. H. W. Hagedorn, who had arranged the program, was also the pianist for the evening. George Fisher played a saxophone solo, "Moments Musical," a clarinet solo, "Nola," and a polka. Ray Pratt sang "A Little Bit of Heaven" and "Tammy." Mrs. Hagedorn was the accompanist for both. Mrs. Fern Ramsey was sergeant-at-arms; Mrs. Joe Steen, color bearer, and Mrs. D. R. McGrath, chaplain. Lunch was served by the Manning unit, with Mrs. Ray Pratt, past unit president, at the coffee service. The next county meeting will be at Dedham Oct. 16. Mrs. Wayne LeGore of Webster City, eighth district president, will be a guest. The attendants wore satin-back wedding party was held at the taffeta gowns in two shades of; Brown Derby Friday evening, pink with the reverse side used as When the couple leaves on a |trimming. With the exception of'week's northern trip, the bride the junior bridesmaid's costume,! will wear a beige sheath knit which was floor-length, the prin-; dress with brown accessories, cess-styled gowns were ballerina-, copper jewelry and beige hat with length. They featured cowl neck-; brown feather trim, lines and bustles. The attendants! * * * wore braided headbands with! After October 1, Mr. and Mrs. whisper veils and long gloves. The I Simons will be at home at 3112 maid of honor and bridesmaids ! Ellis Street, Ames, carried clusters of aristocratic \ The bride, a graduate of St. An- pink roses and the junior brides- g e 1 a Academy, , attended Du- maid, a colonial bouquet of pink chesne College in Omaha. She is roses with pink satin ribbon. : employed by the Iowa State Robert Augustine, brother of the Highway Commission at Ames, bride, was best man. Bernard Ort -j The bridegroom, who was grad- gies of Bruning, Neb., fraternity I uated from Coon Rapids High brother of the bridegroom, and School, is in his fifth year in ar- Richard Olsen of Pocahontas.! chitecture at Iowa State College, friend of the• bridegroom, were Ames. He is a member of Sigma groomsmen. Tommy Jacobsen of Pi fraternity. Mr. and Mrs. Diers. who will;"-- u~~-al take a week's trip to Niagara Falls j Psi and - Delta P1 and New York, N. Y., will live at 1008 Mechanic Street, Decorah, Iowa, after Sept. 16. For traveling, the bride has a green and black tweed fitted suit with fur collar. Her accessories are black and oyster white. The bride, a graduate of Kuemper High School, Carroll, is an operator for the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. The bridegroom attended the American Institute of Business in Omaha after • Sun. thru «Wed. • .YOU LI LOVE. Through every moment of it! John Maria Touch AGAR ENGLISH CONNORS am MYM0K0 HiTTpN V 1 m MWUCiio* tUCtltt* ta<M«n: CMUtlt f U0XI It •»< lOltM CMNMt ntimt* »i AIM IMMN • HncM l>r HWMOI CUM AM lUtltlCAN HitUXMtWUl WUM Open at 7 p. m. Box Office Closes or 9:30 p. m. 1NPS SATURDAY "Shark Fighters" In Color \ CARROLI CAiifioiL .m mm ENDS TONIGHT (Saturday) "Beau James" BOB HOPS to a ideep-point [n"the Tontr'it ! ^ graduation from Arcadia High - y School. He is employed by the J. C. Penney Company. Constitution Meeting of D.A.R. Chapter Fall activities of Priscilla Alden Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will be launched at a Constitution Day meeting at Hotel Burke at 1 p.m. Saturday, September 14. • Hostesses at a 1 o'clock luncheon will be Mrs. W. .H. Rust, Mrs. G. W. Homan, and Mrs. James Leonard of Glidden. The program will consist of five- minute genealogical sketches of each member's D.A.R. ancestor. * * * Theme of the year is "Our Goodly Heritage - Do We Cherish It?" Mrs. G. A. Minnich Sr. is the chapter regent. Members of the program committee for the year are Mrs. Robert C. Sorenson, Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks and Mrs. W. C. Mulry. featured a portrait neckline ac cented with re - embroidered Al­ encon lace and iridescent sequins and seed pearls, continuing into the shoulders of the long silk sleeves pointed at the wrists.-The bouffant skirt, worn over hoop petticoats, repeated the* lace of the neckline in applique on the front of the skirt which was styled with a shirred bustle drawn up in the back of the chapel-length train. The bride wore an imported French illusion three-tier ballerina length veil in candlelight shade, held to a Mary Stewart cap of rosepoint Chantilly lace trimmed in iridescent sequins and seed pearls. Her simplicity styled bouquet of a singular cascade of frenched chrysanthemums was entwined with bridal ivy over knotted satin showers from a crown of tucked white princess mums. She also carried a crystal rosary which was a gift of the bridegroom, whose jet black rosary was the bride's gift. * * * The bridal attendants' gowns were fashioned of chiffon over matching taffeta. The bouffant ballerina-length skirts, worn over hoop petticoats, featured shirred fullness at the waistlines. The bas­ que bodices, cut to deep points at the fronts and backs, had draped portrait necklines and brief shoulder coverings. Hem-length twin panels floated at the backs. Mary Jo, maid of honor, wore purple; Kathryn, bridesmaid, gold, and Janet, junior bridesmaid, emerald green. Their headbands, with matching chiffon clips and seed pearl trim, had nose veils. The maid of honor and bridesmaid carried sunburst designed bouquets of radiating bronze - toned pompons from chrysanthemum centers in looped satin, with satin showers, matching the colors of the respective gowns. The junior bridesmaid's companion designed bouquet was of bronze-toned chrysanthemums. The bride's mother wore a delph blue swit dress with petal pink and black accessories; the bridegroom's mother,,a royal blue dress with white and brocaded gray accessories, and the bride's grandmother, Mrs. Ed Schroeder, a dark fall dress with black accessories and pink carnation corsage. The mothers' corsages were hybrid white orchids. Breakfast was served immediately after mass by-aunts of the bride in the home of her grandmother, Mrs. £d Schroeder.. •>. Ninety guests were entertained Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Novacek are leaving Sunday to spend about two weeks on the west coast. They will visit friends in Portland, Ore., and Seattle, Wash. Spela Kort Club Opens Its Series Mrs. William Stickrod entertained Spela Kort Club members at the first fall meeting in her home Friday night. Mrs. Paul Snyder was the winner of the high score bridge prize. The low prize went to Mrs. Rex Heese and traveling to Mrs. Harlan McCoy, both of whom were guests outside of the, membership. Another guest was Mrs. Bill Schenkelberg Jr. * * * Dessert and coffee were served at the individual tables, each of which was centered with a lighted candle. Mrs. John Meyers will be the next hostess. Social Calendar Saturday— Bridge-mixer, 8 p.m., Country Club. Monday- Trinity Guild, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti. Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses, 8 p.m., Nurses Home. Monday Bridge Club, 1 p.m., Mrs. W. J. Wieland, Hotel Burke. Tuesday— St. Lawrence School Mothers' Club, 8 p.m.. Parish hall. Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, Mrs. H. B. Bockhaus- Women golfers' handicap tournament, Country Club. Wednesday- Carroll County SUI alumni club, Driftwood Room, Hotel Burke, ast Noble Grands Association, Mrs." Fred Schaefer. Mr. and Mrs. George Radollffe, ^....T,»W- . former members of the faculty of Past Noble Grands Carroll Public Schools, visited Mrs." Fred Schaef briefly with friends in Carroll Grant Township Homemakers Friday. Mr. Radcliffe. who has Club guest day. Amber Room, been an instructor at the Univer-[ Club 30. sity of Idaho, Moscow, Ida., will Toastmistress Club, Gold Room, teach this year at Oswego, Ore. Hotel Burke. Farewell for Mrs. Campbell As a farewell courtesy for Mrs. M. M. Campbell, a bridge club of which she is a member gave a no-hostess dinner at the Brown Derby Friday evening. Contract bridge at Mrs. R. M. Crane's home followed the dinner. The group presented Mrs. Campbell with a> parting gift. Mr. and Mrs. Campbell and family are moving to Los Gatos, Calif. Mrs. Vern Postal returned to her home at Sibley Friday after spending a few days with her daughter, Mrs. Twila Anderson, and family. Mrs. Postal also visited her mother, Mrs. Lula Sill, at Ames, and sister, Mrs. Oliver Grimes; at Marshalltown. Arriving Saturday afternoon (or a weekend visit with Miss Enid Copeland are her sister-in-law, Mrs. F. C. Copeland, and daughter, Beverly, of Los Angeles, Calif. They are coming from Omaha, their former home, and leaving from here for southern Iowa. Mary C. Gallagher Weds Ralph Carter Mrs. B. B. Lehman' and daughter, Kathryn Ann, and their guest, Miss Marguerite Dow of Spencer, are spending today in Des Moines. Mrs. Lehman, mother advisor of the Carroll Assembly of the Rainbow Girls, is attending the Iowa Rainbow Girls' grand school of instruction at Auburn Masonic Temple. Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Pielsticker of Tulsa, Okla., are flying here Sunday for a few days' visit with Mr. Pigsticker's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Robert J. Dolezal, and family, and his aunt, Mrs. J. C. Heider. (Timtt Herald Newt Service> VAIL — Mary Catherine Gal- I lagher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I V. J. Gallagher of Vail, became i the bride of Ralph Darrel Carter, I son of Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Carter j of Riddle, Ore., in a 9:30 ceremony i Saturday morning, Sept. 7, at St. | Ann's Church here, j The Rev. D. L. Clark officiated j at the double ring service and nuptial mass. Mrs. Grace Meehan was organist. Bouquets of white gladioli decorated the altar. Joseph Gallagher, brother of the bride, served as altar boy. * * * Mr. Gallagher gave his daughter in marriage. She wore a gown of nylon net with inserts of lace over satin and fitted lace bodice with scooped neckline and long, tapered sleeves. The full skirt ended in a chapel train. A small crown of pearls and rhinestones held her fingertip veil of nylon net. She car- {ried a cascade bouquet of white asters. Her white lace handkerchief had also been carried by her mother on Mrs. Gallagher's wedding day. Maid of honor was Catherine Fitzsimmons, friend of the bride. She wore a pale blue crystalette waltz-length gown and carried a cascade bouquet of blue carnations. Attending the bridegroom was a friend, Jack Maney. Ushers were James Gallagher, brother of the bride, and Fred Fitzsimmons. A mulberry colored sheath dress with matching jacket and black accessories was chosen by Mrs. Gallagher for her daughter's wed- Mrs. Dollie Sawyer accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bus well of Churdan to Des Moines, Friday, where they visited the Buswells' daughter, Mary, a student nurse at Iowa Methodist Hospital. Miss Buswell received her second stripe in a ceremony at First Methodist CHurch. She will graduate next year from the nursing school. ding. The bridegroom's mother wore a medium blue silk suit with white accessories. Both had white carnation corsages. Mrs. John E. Carter of Riddle, Ore., grandmother of the bridegroom, wore a two- piece navy blue dress with navy accessories and corsage of white carnations. * * * The wedding dinner and recep-^ tion for 130 guests were held in St.* Ann's parish hall at 11:30. The bride's cake was cut by her sister- in-law, Mrs. James Gallagher. Mrs. Paul Harlow, friend of the bride, was in charge of the guest book. Serving were Mrs. Margaret Wescott, Mrs. Kathy Addison. Ruth Knobbe. Faye Hansen, Mary Conner, Virginia Krai, Rita Lally and Shirley Sinclair. * * * When the couple leaves on a trip through western states, the bride will wear a light beige suit with brown accessories. The former Miss Gallagher is a graduate of St. Anthony School of Nursing in Carroll. She is employed as a nurse at Oregon State College. The bridegroom, a graduate of the Riddle High School, is a student at Oregon State College. After Sept. 19, the couple will live at 136 South Ninth Street. Corvallis. Ore. Misses Margaret and Carolyn Brady attended the matinee performance of the musical comedy, "My Fair Lady" in Omaha Saturday. Choose a New ADMIRAL • Exclusive Dual-Temp Design • "Magic Ray" Lamp • "Arctic Circle" Ice Maker • "Lifeguard" Inside Door Release • No Defrosting Ever Watch Monday's Paptr for Exciting ; News 12 cu. ft. Models Low at $239.95 txch. Stt o Complete Line of 1957 ADMIRALS Dual-Temps Today! 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