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Miss Wernimont Is Bride of Lloyd A. Liatti Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Sept. 12, 1959 St. Mary's Catholic Church, Auburn, was the settinp, for the wedding of Kathleen Mary Wernimont. daughter of .John F. Wernimont of Auburn, and Lloyd A Ltalii. \\h"se parent* arc Mr. and Mrs. Ferdinand Liatti of Cleveland Ohio Vows were exchanged in a douhlp ring ceremony at 10 a m. Saturday, Sept. 12. performed by the Rev Jerome Koenifi. Mr. Wernimont gave his daughter in marriage. Music included Rossini's Proces­ sional and Recessional. St. Mary's Choir sang Mass servers were Ed tad Don Fasbcruler. j Attending the couple were Mari-; l\nn Tyrrell. Denver, Colo., and David Wernimont. brother of the; bride. Guests were seated by the (ride's brother-in-law. Ronald Put- 1 In esi\ and Walter Masula, Colum-1 bus. Ohio. ! The church was decorated with altar bouquets of white gladioli and j hroiv.e pom pom chrysanthemums.' Wealing a princess - style gown of tissue taffeta with chapel-length train, the bride carried her prayer book crested with a white orchid from which fell garlands of stephanotis Her veil was attached to a crown of seed pearls and lace. The bouquet which she placed on the SMary Helen Siangl^ \ d Married at Manning Sunday- Reception for Public School Teachers, Presbyterian Church, 3 - 5 ™ vrT'T,rc ! Raymond Hiatt. Council Bluffs.' pSyterian Mariners, 8 p.m. MANNING—Mary Helen Stangl, seated the guests. j Church Undercroft Blessed Virgin's altar was white daughter of Mrs. Robert Kuhl of A brunch for the wedding party 2-Ball Foursome, Country Club, Betty Lou Nieland Is Bride of Galen Schwery Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll St. Office 9782 Home 9587 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Dr. N. D. Schulz DENTIST 822 N. Main St. Phone 2528 Al Boss ! ' Specializing in Livestock Farm Auctions ! Dial 2363 — Carroll pom poms with blue ribbon. i Denison. and Joseph Stangl of 0 f twelve was held at the home of Miss Tyrrell's gown was street- Des Moines, and Robert Dean tno bride's grandmother, Mrs. length Capucinc taffeta. She car- Mericle of San Francisco, Calif., jr m j) Kuh), at 11:30 a .m. ried a crescent-styled bouquet of w orc united in marriage at the bronze pom poms with accents of First Methodist Church in Man- brown velvet. ning at two o'clock Saturday aft- Fifty guests were entertained at ernoon. Sept. 12. dinner and a reception al the The bridegroom is the son of Brown Derby in Carroll. Mrs. Tillie Mericle and the late Mrs. Liatti attended St. Anthony. Mr. Mericle of San Fernando. Hospital School of Nursing in Car-! Thp Rov T , ester Moore performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs 2:30 p.m., followed by dinner 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, , . , , Gliddcn Mrs. Mericle graduated from Monday Bridge Club. Burke Motor * * * Following a wedding trip to Las Vegas. New, the couple will live at 2055 Polk St., San Francisco, Calif. roll, and Marquette I'nivers i t y. Manning High School and the Nc braska School of Nursing in Oma Inn. Mrs. D. \V. Hanssen MCC Club, Mrs. Louie Bauer Mr. Liatti is employed as an en gineer for Allis-Chalmers Manufacturing Co.. Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Liatti will be at riage by home after Sept. 20 at 12128 Eu clid Ave., Cleveland, Ohio. the service The bride was given in mar her grandfather. Emil College of San Francisco Mrs. William M. Otto Sorority. Mrs. Pete e , , „ , fi h I Baudler School Crandon, Wis., and was L or L Club, Mrs. Frank Wegner recently discharged from the V S. American Legion Auxiliary 6:30 Air force. He is enrolling in City, p 0 tluck: regular meeting 8 p.m. Trophies, Prizes To Be Awarded at Ladies Golf Supper Kuhl of Manning She was attired in a renal gown of bouquet taffeta styled with a Gold Star mothers and sisters, guests Wednesday— Signet Lodge No. 264. 8 p.m.. Masonic Temple Wa-Tan-Yc, Mrs. Louis E. Anderson Golf Supper. Country Club Contact Lens Specialist Dr. O. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist VISION SPECIALIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE DIAL 3318 Ground Floor Office Next to Ellerbroek's CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON butSiy 1 back All Children of which swept into a chapel train KA r KArc I a\u',c Her shoulder-length veil was held /V » r '' /WS ' ^ by a heart-shaped crown and Home for Weekend graduated to fingertip length She carried a white orchid and feath- In observance of the 42nd wed- Uuhenm Ladies Aid Guest Dav Trophies and prizes for the ered white carnations ding anniversary of their parents,' J peace Lutheran Church Gliddcn year's tournaments will be award- Betty Peters, Manning; Susan which occurred Sept. 11. all of the 1 o pm cd at the last Ladies Golf Supper Brandt. Wheaton. III.; and Glcnda children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank South C c n t r a 1 Deanerv DCCW of the current country club season Boiler. Omaha, were her attend- D. Lewis, (>30 West 13th Street,:" §g p e ter and Paul School Wednesday, Sept. ir>. ants. They wore sheath gowns of Carroll, are visiting them this WSCS Circles 2 pm lone's Golfers will tee off at 3 p.m.: ' various shades of bine, with bout- j weekend. MrsB B Lehman- Lucy's Luand supper will be served at the fnnt overskirts of silk chiffon, i Saturday evening the group will ! rv winter- Thekla's Mrs W E clubhouse at 6. Their short veils were of silk chif- have a picnic at the shelterhouse ; B;ites: Night Circle. 8 p m Mrs Reservations arc to be made be- fon. They carried white fuji in Graham Park. Sunday, a fam- w'jlber Walkup fore Tuesday noon with Mrs Paul mums ily dinner will be held in the' United Presbyterian Women's Murphy 'phone 9852> or Mrs. Ver- Steven Mock. Manning, was best Green Room of the Burke Motor dis Hansen (phone 3278'. man Dale Koester. Manning, and , Inn. ~ • —• and DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST COMPLETE VISION SERVICE OVER WOOLWORTH'S - PHONE 9709 CONTACT LENS SPECIALIST For your convenience, there is an elevator located at the northwest corner of the Woolworth building. Berniece Married Lampman Is At Arcadia organization, prayer group, church sanctuary 1:45: qeneral meeting, undercroft, 2 p.m. Thursday- Rainbow Girls. Masonic Temple (Times Herald Yews Service) BREDA — Betty Lou Nieland. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman A. Nieland. Wall Lake, married Galen Schwery, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Schwery of Vail, at nine o'clock Saturday morning, Sept. 12, at St. Bernard's Church here. The Rev. William Ortmann read the double ring ceremony. Mr. Nieland gave his daughter in marriage. Music was by St. Bernard High School Choir, with Sr. Maty Celeste at the organ. After the bride placed her bouquet of white pom poms tied with blue on the altar of the Blessed Virgin, the choir sang "Dedication To Mary" by Jan Nieland. Sisters and brothers of the bride and groom were their attendants. Maid of honor was Judy Nieland, and bridesmaid. Nancy Schwery. Mark Schwery was best man and Ray Nieland. groomsman Luann Nieland was flower girl. The rings v ere carried by Richard Schwery. Cshers were Paul Venteicher and Alfred Schwery. The bride wore an all-while, floor length gown of French imported rosepoint lace and nylon net over bridalure satin. Her fingertip veil of illusion silk was caught to a Swedish crown. She carried a cascade bouquet of white carnations set off with blue velvet leaves Persian turquoise gowns of silk organ/a were worn by her attendant^ Their capetles and ruffled mitts matched their identical gowns, and they carried bouquets of white gladioli and pom poms. The flower girls' dress was all- white, trimmed in Persian turquoise; and her headpiece was a plateau of tiny white ruffles. She carried blue pom poms in a basket. Dinner was served to 90 guests in the school dining room at noon. An additional 100 a'tended a reception at the Breda Legion Hall from 2 to 5 p.m. ! The bride is a graduate of St. Bernard's High School, Breda, and Fort Dodge Beauty Academy, Fort Dodge. She was employed as a beautician at Hannasch Beauty Salon in Carroll. Her husband, a 'graduate of St. Ann's High School, Vail, is engaged in farming north of Vail, where the couple will live v.hen they return from a week's trip through the Black Hills and western states For traveling, the r.ride has a black wool sheath dress. ENTERS HOSPITALS Mr and Mrs .lames .lackley took Jerry Willey to Iowa City Thursday morning, where he entered University Hospitals. The Jaekleys returned to Carroll the same day. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Bnrels and daughters. Becky and Penny, are m Spencer Saturday, where Dr Barels is attending a meeting of the Iowa Lakes Dental Study Club. Rebekah Lodge In a nine o'clock ccremonv Sat- heart of white roses accented with Dr. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Corner 5th and Main Sts. DIAL 9687 CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS urday morning at St. John's Church, Arcadia. Berniece Lampman and Gerald M Witt rock were married by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann. The couple's parents are the Mr. and Mrs. Edward Lampman, Manning, and Mrs. Frances Wittrock. Route 3. Carroll. Music for the double ring ser- blue velvet leaves and a detachable corsage. Attending the bride were her sister, Mrs. Andy Riesselman, and bridegroom's sister - in - law. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis' children and grandchildren are: Mr. and Mrs. Darrell V. Lewis, Darrell and Robert. Mankato. Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Lewis, Drew, Mark, Vicki and Jeri, Crest wood, Mo.: Mr. and Mrs. William B. kA r- • _J ~L Nicholson. Sachse. Tex.: Mr. and Meets rriday TOT Mrs. Eugene F. Lewis, Russell Routine Business and Janet. Dallas, lex.: and Mr. and Mrs. Robert J Eischeid. Bar-' Central Rebekah Lodge No 101 bara, Denise and Karen, Omaha, held a routine business meeting Neb. Friday evening in the 1.0.0 F. I Hall. Mrs Rollen Gray, noble grand, presided over the meeting At the close of the evening. Announce Committees For Legion Auxiliary Sept. CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORNEY-AT-LAW 516V2 N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Kudsk are going to Denver, Colo . this week- Mrs. Ronald Wittrock. They were C nd. Tuesday evening thev will at- dressed in cotillion blue crystal sa- tcnd a piirly ce i c brating the 84th lunch was served by Mrs. Alvan tin gowns, small pillbox - etlect birthday of J. C. Penney, which is H. Cox. .... „, , . . hal * f n , cl t ma11 % . clls - The ' r "V*"' being given by retired managers The next meeting will be Friday vice was provided by St. Johns cent-style bouquets were of white 0 f j Q Penney Stores • nb'ht Choir, with Sr. M. Theona as or- pom pom chrysanthemums with *—'• ganist. White gladioli and pom accents of blue poms bowed with blue decorated ; * * * the altar. The bride's bouquet for Mr Wittrocks attendants were the Blessed Virgin's altar was al- his brothers Merlin Wittrock and so of white pom poms, tied with Ronald Wittrock Guests were seat- blue. Mass servers were Ralph and ed by Andy Riesselman and Al- Donald Lampman. j lied Wittrock. * * * i Following the marriage rites. Maxine Warren Sextro and Meier Wed The bride wore a gown of white Chantilly embroidered lace over satin, the skirt falling to a chapel-length in back. A miniature crown held her fingertip veil of French silk illusion. She carried a Dr. J. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office. — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Agents for North American van Lines, inc. breakfast was served in the home ol the bride's grandfather, H. J. Schwecrs. One hundred dinn c r guests were served in the American Legion Hall in Arcadia, which was decorated in blue and white. A reception for an additional 100 friends and relatives began at two o'clock. Mrs. Wittrock was employed as a dietary aide at St. Anthony Hospital in Carroll. She attended St. John's school in Arcadia and graduated in 1S)"I4 from St. Angela Academy. Carroll. Her husband, who attended Holy Angels school in Moselle, is employed at the Farmers Coop Elevator. Arcadia. He was in service for two years. The bride wore red and black tweed when the couple left for a week's western trip. They will make their home on Lemon Street in Arcadia after Sept. 20. ROBERT S. MORROW CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT Audits, Systems and Tax Accounting 100 West Fifth Street — Carroll, Iowa DR. R. J. FERLIC, M.D. 117 West 7th - Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 — 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 R, B. MORRISON, M.D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice—Obstetrics Fractures—X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Carroll Medical Center PAUL L. PASCOE, M.D. Surgery and Disease* of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding J. V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of Hie Eye Classes Fitted A. REAS ANNEBERG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Treatment of Dtt«»s»> of Eye, l »r, Nose end Throat Hear ins Aids WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Dlseasei of Woman and Children Obstetric* Infant Feoding PAUL A. ANNEBERG, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate and Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery and Diseases of Bones and Joints Including Fracture* dAMBI M. TIERNEY. M.fa. - Internal Medicine JOf T. MtKiBBEN, M.D. — General Surgery DIAL 3557 new beauty for summer-worn lawns See the difference fall feeding makes! More vibrant green color. Thicker, sturdier turf. A lawn to be proud of all autumn long. Simply walk TURF BUILDER on with the precise Scotta Spreader.. Takes just half an hour, TURF BUILDER is the Bteady-Jeeding, »io /t- burniny fertilizer. Revives grass now and readies it for the winter. (ScOttS) Turf Builder 'ssoo » q rt 2.95 sooo .*« 4.75 \"*K« I\.~*>/ Thi prtcin Scottt Spreader auum milormly yood ruulU-lS.it KLOSER SEED STORE Hwy. 30 West - Dial 9718 Maxine Sextro. Omaha, daughter ol Mr. and Mrs John Sextro of Tucson. Ariz., formerly of Manning, became the bride of Warren A Meier, Omaha, at Sacred Heart Church in Manning Saturday mor- nine,. Sept. 12. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meier of Omaha. Mr. Sextro gave his daughter in marriage. The ten o'clock double rinK ceremony was pertormed by the Kcv Thomas Molloy. Mrs. Larry Polking was at the organ. The bride was attended by her sister, Marie Sextro. and Marian Krause, bot 1, of Omaha. Mr. Meier's attendants were his bride's brother Herbert Sextro, Omaha, and Jcrgen Barber. Kansas City, Mo. Ushering were her brother Norbcrt Sextro of St. Louis, Mo., and Wilbur Jahn, Omaha. The bride wore a ROWII of Italian silk, fashioned with a full skirt. A cap ot lace held her \oil of illusion, fingertip in length. She carried while FIJI mums Her traveling costume was a yellow and while sheath dress with brown accessories. Her attendants wore cocktail- length dresses of wedgewood blue lace over taffeta, light blue tiaras featuring blush veils, and carried white pom poms. At noon. (5.3 guests attended a bridal dinner in the blue and white decorated YFW Hall in Manning, where an afternoon reception was held for 200. Mrs. Meier graduated from Manning High School, and is employed at Mutual of Omaha. Mr. Meier, who attended the University of Iowa, is with International Harvester in Omaha They will live at 2701 South 41st Street. Omaha, alter a week's trip through southern states. Kathleen Wiskus Wed To Elmer Hoffman (Tluir« I1i>rnlil News Sonlce) , DKDHAM — Wedding vows were taken at St. Joseph's Church here this morning at 9:30 by Kathleen Wiskus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Wiskus, Dedhnm, and Elmer Hoffman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Hoffman. Carroll. The, b'ide's father gave her in marriage. The double ring service, read by the Hev. Henry Meyer, preceded the Nuptial High Mass. St. Joseph's Choir sang. Sr. M. There- set tc was organist. Altar bouquets were of apricot gladioli and blue chrysanthemums: and the bride's bouquet for the Blessed Virgin's altar, of while gladioli tied with blue satin. » * * The bride's gown was of lace and net over bridal white satin, with ruffled chapel-length skirt. Her fingertip veil of illusion fell from a crown of sequins and pearls, and she carried a cascade bouquet holding leathered white carnations and detachable rose corsage. JoAnn Wiskus attended her sister as bridesmaid and Mrs. Harold U'illenborg, sister of the bridegroom, was bridesmatron. They wore similarly-styled gowns of iridescent taffeta. Miss Wisk u s ' s dress and accessories were of honey melon color, while Mrs. Willenborg's were of romance blue. Tlieir flowers were companion - styled bouquets of white carnations, lied with satin to match their gowns. T h e bridegroom's alteucUtnts were Gerald Conlon, his cousin, and Marvin Wiskus, the bride's brother. Ushers were Harold Willenborg and F.ugene Wiskus. Eugene Meyer, Dale Fleddorm a n. Paul Sporrer and Richard Wiskus were mass servers. j Breakfast was served to the bridal party in the home of the bnde's aunt, Mis. John Weill, Din-. ner was served for 1 the American Legion 2n guests at Hall at Ded- bam. which was decorated in bridal colors of honey melon blue. An additional 100 guests p'lcnding a reception in the this afternoon * * * Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman arc nig a week's wedding trip, bride wearing navy blue for veling. They will be at home Sept. ID at 1015 North West Street, Carroll Mis. Hoffman graduated from St. Joseph's School, Dedham, and the bridegroom from St. Mary's Church. Willey. He is employed by the Onnen Construction Company. the and £*» hall tak- the tra­ nter Mrs. Clem A. White, president of .Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, has announced the following monthly committees : I August Public Relations (Hadlo-TV and Publicity— Mrs. Sadie Bates, ihairman; Mrs. Frank Kloser. cochairman: Mrs. Arnold Witt. Mrs. Paul Bachman. Mrs. W. J. Leuer, Mrs. C. A. White. September Constitution and By-Laws, MUST- Mrs. Ed Kruse. chairman: : Mrs. Clarence McGrane. co -chairman: Mrs. Cecil Huff. Mrs. T. J Kerwin. Mrs Fred Pietig. Mrs. A C Keinowski. Mrs. Leo Scheul ler. Mrs. A A. Henning. Mrs. FA Stamp. Mrs P>. II. Holslein. October Membership— Mrs. Agnes Wicd- emeycr, chairman; Mrs. Viola Danner, co-chairman: Mrs Josephine Conway. Mrs. .1. F. Gatens, Mrs. F. J Hi Icy. Mrs. W I. McConkie. Agnes Kerwin. Mrs. Harold Hermsen, Mrs. Henry Pfiesler. November Education — Mrs. George Lucey. chairman: Mrs John Ludwig, cu-chuirman: Mrs Gerhardt Lammers, Mrs. Josephine Reilmg. Mrs. John Heithoff. Mrs. J. B Hermsen. Mrs. Amelia Gutc. Mrs O. II.. Brahm, Mrs. D. W. Hanssen. j December | Rehabilitation — Mrs Kenneth Schwarzcnbach. chairman; Mrs. Cr.rl Conway, co-chairman: Mrs. Frank Fistcr, Mrs. Laura Finegan. Mrs. W. L. Kline. Mrs. John F. Martin. Mrs. Vincent Stangl. Mrs. Frank Daley. Mrs. D. W. CJuiun. January I.cRislation, National Seetiri t y end Civil Defense— Mrs Louis F. Anderson, chairman; Mrs. O H. Andrews, co-chairman; Mrs. August C. Warlike, Mrs. Frank Balk, Mrs Andy Krapfl. Mrs J. A. Ilei- dor. Mrs W. H. Deutlinger. Mrs. I R. Chapman, Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks. February Americanism— Mrs. Gus Vasos. 1 chairman; Mrs O. W. Kelly, cochairman: Mrs. A H. Maneman. 1 Miss Sadie Stevens. Mrs. John Backes, Mrs. Louis Macke, Mrs. Phil McQuirk. Mrs. Flvena Con- ! way, Mrs. Hcrschel Tryon. March C 'oniniunily Service— Mrs. William C. Frank, chairman: Millie Ellerbrock, co-chairman; Mrs. J. Lawrence Cochran. Mrs. H. Lauridsen, Mrs. Dollie Sawyer, Mrs. Earl P. Thompson. Mrs Frank .1. Buch- hcit. Mrs. 11. J. Trailer, Mrs. D. L. Hillyer. April Child Welfare, Van American— Mrs. Virgil Thelen, chairman; Winifred Wille, co -chairman; Mrs. Joe Twit, Mrs Lster Wilke, Mis F .1. K'es. Mrs. Byron Kussell. Mrs. H E Duer. Mrs. V. M. Lhotka, Nils. Carl Wille May Poppies mid Memorial— Larry Kunecke, chairman; Puiil Swanson. co-chairman; Elizabeth Friday. Mrs. F. J. big. Mrs. Theo. W. llappe Andy Ley. Mrs. Floyd Heitholf. Mrs. James Jackley, Mrs. Alvm Laming. June Junior Activities— Mrs D Beisch, chairman, Mr C ollison, co-chairm.m: Mrs. HcynohK Mr.- Vyric Eckard F. P. ColIiMin. Mr> Br>coning. El '/ahrth Willeke. Mr- Jnlui I) Throckmorton, Mrs. Charles Kennebeck. July United Activities — Mrs. Harold Cbristianson. chairman; Mrs. Virgi! O Christinnson, co-chairman; Mrs. Virgil Cbristianson, Mrs. Leonard Sturm. Mrs Arthur .1. Grete- iiKin. Mrs. Dick Wilt. Mrs. Leigh .Morrison. Mrs O. M. O'Connor, Mrs Ido Pollastrini. Others members will be on special Committees to be announced al a later date Mrs. Mrs. Mrs. Hal- Mrs. Joseph M L. W. C. 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