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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, September 8, 1959
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Will Live in Iowa Cify- , Timet Herald, Carroll, !». Tuesday, Sept Bertha Anneberg, L.J. Eliasen Wed Bertha Lynne Anneberg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg, 1332 North Carroll Street, Carroll, and Larry Jay Eliasen were married in a double ring ceremony Sunday afternoon, September 6. at two o'clock. Mr. Eliasen i is a son of Mr and Mrs. Leonard j Eliasen of Plainfield. I The Rev. Carl Sinning of Man\ ning performed the ceremony in | the First Presbyterian Church in ( Carroll, which was decorated with 'bouquets of white gladioli and chrysanthemums. Candelabra were spurgeons shop in on -ioncfit'onrti romf c,;' AH on sale at prices lower than ever . . . and you save more by fhe box! AND SAVE MORE Double savings when you buy them by the box. Spurgeon's special sale prices plus even lower prices by the box of three! SHEER 60 GAUGE, 15 DENIER The very finest in fashion hosiery. Proportioned lengths for perfect fit. Plain or dark, neat and narrow seams. New fall shades. Sizes 8 to 11. Regularly 79{ pair 669 «i. Box of 3. .1 .90 SHEER S-T-R-E-T-C-H The most perfect fitting nylons ever made. Ex- .tremely comfortable, too! Long wearing! New fall shades in small, medium and tall proportions. Regularly 89* pair 83 Box of 3. c PAH 2.35 SHEER SEAMLESS NYLONS Flawless in every way . . . sheer beauties that flatter the leg. Plain or microfilm, new fall shades, all sizes. Stock up at this special price. Regularly 89< pair 77< Box of 3. .2.20 Extra Heavy MORPUL-TYPE ANKLET Nylon Reinforced. Regularly 49 < pair 2 PAIR 88< Helanca Stretch Triple Roll Anklet Knit Cuff Individual Pack Reg. 49e Pair 2 PAIR c Boys' Fancy COTTON SOCKS Nylon Reinforced Two Styles Reg. 25c Pair 4 PAIR c Girl's Soft Cotton 4 PAIR Triple Roll Bobby Socks g g ^ Nylon Reinforced 4 -Pajr Package Reg. 25c Pair 3 PAIR 100% Stretch Nylon Boys' Fancy Socks 00 Assorted Styles Reg. 39c Pair spurgeons decorated with white gladioli and springeri fern. ^ J^^^ M^ Organist was Mrs. Ronald L. Ream, who also accompanied Mrs. Clyde Campbell, vocal solist. * * * The bride, dressed in an all-white, floor-length gown of pure silk organza with bouffant skirt, was given in marriage by her father. Her fingertip veil of imported silk illusion was held by a Swedish crown. She carried a cluster of white orchids on a velvet heart with accents of blue. Mrs. Merwyn Briggs. sister of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. Mrs. John Mobley and JoAnn Schoenjahn were her other attendants. They wore' identical intermission-length gowns of blue silk organza and matching pill-box headpieces with brief circular veils. Each carried a velvet ring from which fell a cascade of Phalaonop- sis orchids. The bride"s sister, Martha Anneberg, was candlelighter. * * * Mr. Eliasen was attended by his brother, Albert Eliasen; his brother-in-law, Merwyn Briggs, and Roger Bridges. Guests at the wedding were seated by Bruce Robb, Duane Rost, John Mobley and Waldo Noland. A reception for 250 guests was held at the Burke Motor Inn, immediately following the wedding. The couple left on a two - week wedding trip, the bride wearing a black and white checked sheath dress with black accessories. Upon their return, they will live at 521 Bowery Street, Iowa City, where btoh are students at the University of Iowa. Mrs. Eliasen is a sophomore. The bridegroom is a senior in the School of Commerce, planning to graduate next June. •f. (Paige & Pfilge Photo) Mrs. Larry Eliasen Eastern Star Chapter Meets Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of Eastern Star, held its first regular meeting of the fall season in the Masonic Temple Monday night. Mrs. Fred Schaefer, worthy matron, and L. B. McFee, worthy patron, presided. Invitations were read to attend a friendship meeting of Aurora Chapter, Fort Dodge, Sept. 16; and a meeting of Crescent Chapt e r, Scranton, Sept. 22. Mrs. June Watson, Waterloo, Worthy Grand Matron of Iowa, is expected to be pres- sent at the Scranton meeting. Initiation was held. It is expected that Mrs. Watson will visit Signet Chapter at a special meeting on Thursday, Oct. 15. Refreshments were served in the dining room following the meeting. The lace-covered serving table was centered with a fall arrangement, featuring driftwood. Mrs. Robert Van Horn, Glidden, was chairman of the lunch committee. Past matrons and past patrons will be honored at the chapter's next regular meeting Monday, Oct. 5 A potluck dinner at 6:30 will precede the meeting. Country Club Dinner-Dance Is Attended by 150 Approximately 150 attended the semi-formal dinner dance at the Carroll Country Club Sunday evenings The mantel was decorated with pink carnations and candelabra. After dinner, dancing was to the music of Morrie Powers' Orchestra. In charge of arrangements for the event, the last dance of the current season, were Dr. and Mrs. Paul T. Cawley, Dr. and Mrs. Leo Kuker. Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Burgess. Personals Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson , returned Sunday night from Dallas, Tex., where they had gone | Thursday with their daughter, | Ann, who enrolled as a freshman in Southern Methodist Univer- i sity. Mrs. B. B. Lehman accom- \ panied them and visited with her \ sister, Mrs. J. D. Tyson, in Denton while the Wilsons were in Dallas. Calendar Tuesday- Girl Scout Neighborhood Assn., Mrs. Kenneth Wheeldon, 8 p.m. Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Wednesday- Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Fred Schaefer Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Martin Berger Grant Township Homemak e r s Club, Amber Room, Club 30 " Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn Golf Supper, Country Club St. Lawrence Guild Fall Party, 8 p.m. Epsllon Sigma Alpha Sorority, 8 p.m., Mrs. Alvan H. Cox Thursday— AB Club, Mrs. Virgil Neumayer. Breda Newcomers Club, Driftwood Room, Burke Motor Inn Beulah Country Club, Beulah Osborne at Byron Provost Home, Lake View V.F.W. Auxiliary, Public Library Clubroom Carroll County SUI Alumni Reception, Carroll Country Club, 8 to 10 p.m. Friday— Rebekah Lodge IOOF Hall Thimble Bee, Mrs. Arthur McNaughton Sunday— Reception for Public School Teachers, Presbyterian Church, 3 - 5 p.m. Monday— Carroll Council of Catholic Nurses, Holy Hour St. Anthony Hospital Chapel, 7:30 p.m., followed by meeting in St. Anthony school library Trinity Guild, Mrs. Joe Herman, Glidden Monday Bridge Club. Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. D. W. Hanssen MCC Club, Mrs. Louie Bauer SUI Alumni to Give Reception For Sandra Hensel A reception in honor of Sandra Hensel, scholarship recipient, will be given by Carroll County Alumni of the State University of Iowa at the Carroll Country Club from 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday, September 10. SUI students home on vacation and new students enrolled as freshmen at the State University are invited as well as all SUI alumni in Carroll County. Miss Hensel will enter the university this fall on a scholarship provid- j ed by the Carroll County Alumni Association. Leota Ortner Weds] Melvin G. Borkowski Nuptial vows were spoken by Leota E. Ortner and Melvin G. Borkowski at nine o'clock Monday morning, Sept. 7. The double ring ceremony took place in Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel, performed by the Rev. Msgr. Julius J. Berger. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ortner, Route 2, Carroll. Mr. Ortner gave his daughter in marriage. The bridegroom is a son of Mrs. Mabel Borkowski, 825 West Tenth Street, Carroll. Sr. M. Nona was organist for the wedding, and the Mt. Carmel Choir sang. Mass servers were Marvin and Ray Huergerich, cousins of the bride, Joe Vonnahme and Chuck Neumayer. Mrs. William T. Onkcn. the bride's sister, was bridesmatron; George Berscheid's Father Celebrates His 95th Birthday The 95th birthday of Jacob Berscheid, Montrose, S.D., father of George Berscheid of Carroll, was observed at a family reunion in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Ber' scheid this weekend. Relatives j numbering approximately 30. attended from Chicago. 111.. Sioux j Falls, S.D.. Cedar Rapids, Victor and Denison. A birthday cake, decorated in green and white, had been made by Mrs. Elmer Nowotny of Victor. and a niece, Jayne Wuebker, flower girl. Mr. Borkowski was attended by a friend, Elmer Bedford, ' Ushers were the bride's brothers- in-law, Lowell Wuebker and Wilbur Pudenz. The bride's white gown of silk organza, combined with Chantilly lace in the bouffant skirt, was floor- length. Her veil was of all-silk illusion, edged with fine lace. A cascade bouquet featured red Happiness roses and a detachable rose corsage. Mrs. Onkcn wore a ballerina- length dress of organzini taffeta in royal blue. Her pumps and headpiece matched her dress. Jayne Wuebker was dressed in Cotillion blue. The bride's colors of blue and white were carried out in the matching altar bouquets of white chrysanthemums and blue satin, and in her bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar. A wedding breakfast was given at the home of the bride's brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. WII- jbur Pudenz, Route 2, Carroll, at ten o'clock. Dinner was served to ; the immediate family at Pauline's Cafe in Caroll. From 1.30 to 4 o'clock, a reception was held for ' 150 guests in the Mt. Carmel hall. j Mr. and Mrs. Borkowski are taking a two-week trip to western i states, and will be at home after : September 12. Mrs. Borkowski is a ! bookkeeper at Carroll County State Bank. Carroll, and Mr. Borkowski (Kohner Studio Photo) Mrs. Melvin Borkowski is employed at Carroll Roller Mills. The bride is a graduate of Our Lady of Ml. Carmel High School; the bridegroom, Carroll High School. Mrs. Russell Hart is going to Mallard today to spend several days with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Baxter and family Darlene A. Mote Is j YOU CAN NOW Bride of Lyle Frahm £ot\ow £y, $100 to $500 (Times Herald News Service) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Uckelnian took their daughter Georgia to Ames I Monday where she will enter Iowa j State University as a freshman. While there, they visited their son Bernard Uckelnian, a senior student at the university. Donald Graham, Cedar Rapids, visited his father A. J. Graham, and sister Edith Graham from Saturday until Monday afternoon. Other guests Saturday and Sunday in the Graham home were Mr. Graham's son and daughter - in - law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Graham, Storeden, Minn. They had taken their son Ronald to Ames to enter Iowa State University. MANNING — Darlene Ann Mote, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ralph Mote of Evanston. 111., and! Lyle H. Frahm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Frahm, Manning. I were married at 3 p.m. Saturday,' Sept. 5. The Rev. David Pottie performed j the double ring ceremony at Second j Presbyterian Church in Evanston. j Gene Hartfelder, Evanston, was or-' ganist. | The bride, given in marriage by 1 her father, wore an intermission- length gown of white taffeta. Her fingertip veil felt from a white sa- j tin pillbox hat trimmed in pearls. Her flowers were white glamelias ( and stephanotis. Virginia Walder, Evanston. was maid of honor. Sheryll Mote, sister l of the bride; Ellen Mollest o n, { Ames; Linda Murray, Newton: ] and Marcia Bryant of Evanston! j were bridesmaids. They wore 1 gowns of beige and powder blue sa- tin brocade on silk, with beige satin shoes. They carried tangerine glamelias. Gene De Koster was best man; other attendants of the groom were Allan Schuleke. Larry Fie, Claus Bunz and Gene Marions All are high school and college classmates. Following the ceremony a reception for 200 was held in the church pallors, with floral carnation decorations in pink and white. Following a two week wedding trip to Colorado Springs. Mr. and Mrs Frahm will be at home at 806 Ferris, Lawton, Okla. Mrs Frahm is a graduate of Iowa State University in Ames, B S , with an English major. Mr. Frahm received his B.S. degree at Ames, and is presently working on his master's degree in Public School Administrat i o n. Mrs. Frahm's sorority was Kappa Alpha Theta; Mr. Frahm's fraternity, Phi Delta Theta. on your own Personal Signature All Details Handled by Mail "Completely Confidential" Ca.ih for hills clothes furniture—a car or any worthwhile need. Cash You 12 mos. 24 mos. Get Payments Payments $100.00 $10.07 S 5.93 S200.00 $20.03 $11.74 $300.00 329.K8 S1720 $400.00 $39.13 S22.46 $50000 $48.46 S27.H1 (Pa> moots Include all ch;ir«rsi NORTHWEST FINANCE CO. (Licensed hy the IOVMI Hanking l>ept.| For Confidential Service Phone CH 4-0305 or Write to Mr. Johns—Manager SOI Locust St. Des Moines, Iowa ENDS TO-NITE (TUES.) "Diary of Anne Frank" Wed. thru Sat. A DELIGHTFULLY DIFFERENT TALE OF LOVE, LAUGHTER AND LEPRECHAUNS Sarah Huffman, Roxannc Weaver and Kenneth Rogers left Tuesday for Simpsom College, Indiano!a, where they are enrolled as freshman students. They were accompanied by their parents Mr. and Mrs. Romayne Huffman, Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Weaver, and Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Rogers. A buffet supper for freshman and parents is to be held at the college Tuesday night. Westside Girl Weds Lawrence Thelen at Vail Wednesday... Buck Nire! JERRY LEWIS A DEAN MARTIN in "Jumping Jacks" Plus Ain't Misbehavin" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Thur-Fri-Sat • UttlePeople ALBERT SHARPE JANET MUNRO SEAN CONNERY JIMMYOOEA On This Attraction Only! Shows at 6:30 & 8:45 P. M.. . . Mothers, . , Bring Them Early . . . Have Them Home by 9:00 P. M. VAIL — In a nine o'clock ceremony Monday morning, September 7, at St. Ann's Church here, Cecelia Gallagher and Lawrence Thelen exchanged wedding vows. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Gallagher of Westside, and Mrs. Mathilda Thelen and the late Sylvester Thelen of Carroll. Mr. Gallagher gave his daughter in marriage. The Rev. D. L. Clark performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Floyd Meehan, organist, accompanied Bob Dieter and Cornelius Gallagher, the bride's brother, vocal soloists. * * * The bride's gown was of mist tulle and Chantilly lace, with a bouffant, floor-length skirt. She carried a cascade bouquet of feathered white carnations, centered with a corsage of red roses. Her bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar was of white gladioli. Her attendants were her cousin Cathy Siegner, and the bridegroom's sister, Lynette Thel e n. Their waltz-length gowns were of blue nylon over taffeta. Their bou- quests were white pompon chrysan- j themums, with accents of blue, i The bridegroom's brother, Nor-! bert Thelen, and a cousin of the bride, Donald Gallagher, attended | Mr. Thelen. Ushfers were Ralph Thelen and Gene Gallagher. * * * Dinner was served to 150 guests at St. Ann's Church Hall following the ceremony. In the afternoon, 300 guests attended a reception at the home of the bride's parents. Mrs. Thelen is a graduate of St. Ann's High School, Vail, and the Antonian School of Practical Nursing, Carroll. She was employed at St. Anthony Hospital. Mr. Gallagher graduated from Our Lady of Mt. Carmel High School, Mt Carmel. He is engaged in farming The couple will live on a farm near VaiT after a week's trip to western states. Overcome Rupture Ltt us prove to you what nature can do If given a chance. To neglect a rupture, or submit to an ill-fitting, unsanitary truss Is dangerous and unnecessary. 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