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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 30, 1959
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Mary Brgmert and Gerald Tigges Are Wed at Boone Mary Bromert, daughlor of Kir. and Mrs. Edward .7. Bromert, Boone, and Gerald Tigges, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Tigges, Carroll, were married at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 2fi, at Sacred }lrart Church, Boone. Her father gave the bride in marriage at the double ring ceremony performed by Msgr. .1. J. Ryan. Mrs. P. J. McDonald was organist, and Madonna Mestdagh, foloi^t. * * * For her wedding the bride selected a white silk taffeta gown with details in Chantilly lace, the very full skirt tapering into a chapel-length train. A Chantilly cap held her fingertip veil of bridal illusion. Her all-white flowers were baby roses and forget- me-nots, centered with an orchid corsage. Attending the bride were Margaret Ann Bromert, maid of honor, Carolyn Tigces. bridesmaid, and Mrs. Don Wallace, bridesma- tron. They were gowned identically in American beauty rose satin and carried pink roses. Don Schenkelberg was best man for the bridegroom, and Wayne Mts Clark's REAL ROQUEFORT DRESSING "JklitiouA FOR D/PS Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Sept. 30, 1959 Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hannah, Anaheim, Calif., are visiting at the Oscar Buchanan home in Glidderi, and with relatives and friends at Vail and Denison. They plan to be in this area for about a week. 6S. Peter and Paul 's Rummage Sale. Oct. 2 and 3. Art Rust Bldg. Pick ups. Dial 3428 and 9537. adv. Frank B. Florencourt of Arlington, Mass., came Monday for his annual vacation visit with his sisters Mrs. Anna B. Harrington and Miss Louise Florencourt. Miss Mabel Peterson, R.N., of Keene, Calif., arrived here Tuesday afternoon for a visit this week with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz. Hamburger Supper, Oct. 4. Lutheran Church basement. Serving 5 to 8 p m. adv. Mrs. Albert Petersen, Denison. spent Tuesday afternoon visiting her cousin, Mrs. Emmett L. Champion. (Polrrson Photo, Runnel Mrs. Gerald Tigges Sampson and John Thompson. groomsmen Wedding guests were, Mrs. Barney Sharp and Mrs. seated by Robert Bromert and| Angela Lyons attended the So- Dennis Tigges. I ciety of Iowa Florists convention A reception for 165 guests was at Ottumwa over the weekend. held at the Hoist Hotel in Boone i before the couple left for a twn-r Mr. and Mrs. Claud MeCall and week trip to western states, the Mrs Margaret Bowie were dinner bride wearing avocado wool. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Reynolds * * * Thomas in Fort Dodge Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Tigges will live at; 212 West Fifth Street. Carroll. Mr. | Mrs. Wayne Harriott. Mrs. J. C. Tigges is engaged in farming with Schumacher. Mrs. Roy Heuton, his father. Mrs. Tigges, a graduate Mrs. Don Hillyer and Mrs. Guy S. of Kuemper High School and St. \ Jones spent Tuesday in Pocahon- Anthony School of Nursing, has! tas with Mrs. Harriott's sister, been staff nurse at Boone County'Mrs. George Gushing. The birth- Hospital. Mr. Tigges spent two 1 days of Mrs. Schumacher and years in the army after graduat- \ Mrs. Jones, which occurred on the ing from Carroll High School. i same day recently, were noted. Joan M. Jensen and Rev. Eckelman Married in Denison (Tlmei H«r«ld New* tlervlc*) MANNING -Joan M. Jensen, daughter of Mrs. Peter Moline and Henry Jensen, Wellsville, N. Y.. and the Rev. Robert D. Eckelman, Dow City, were married at Zion Lutheran Church in Denison Sept. Vi in a double ring ceremony performed by the Rev. Theodore Iverson, Magnolia. The bridegroom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Eckelman, Sylvan Grove, Kan. Mrs. Herbert Groteluschcn, Manning, was organist; and the youth choir of Zion Lutheran Church, Manning, sang for the service. The bride has been serving as deaconess of the Manning church. Attending the bride were Mrs. James Hawley, Tripp, S. D., Mrs. Theodore Ivcrson, Magnolia, and Delia Henning, Ida Grove. The Rev. Mr. Eckelman's best man was Harry Eckelman, his brother. Ushers were Harlan Heinze, Sylvan Grove. Kan., and James Barbour, St. Louis, Mo. The Rev. and Mrs. Eckelman will live in Dow City, where he is serving as pastor of Bethlehem ! Lutheran Church and of St. John's Church, Buck Grove. and toward that end we bend every effort to make our store the kind of drug store you like to patronize. Come in and get acquainted. Our low prices make shopping here as economical as it is enjoyable. Yes, serving you is a real pleasure. HEARING AID for severe hearing impairments FREE An Extra Right Hand PLAYTEX GLOVE with a pair $1.39 Why Pay More? See your doctor for medical services. Let us save you money on prescriptions he gives you to be filled. * i Regent HEARING Mfty J ONLY GILLETTE WORLD si**. SPECIAL $|95 NEW ADJUSTABLE RAZOR WITH 9 SETTINGS. FOR ANY SKIN — BEARD COMBINATION. Get youri early Supply Is limited. WITH CASE & BLADES i • Improved Circuitry for Outstanding Performance. • 30 to 40 Times The Power Output Of The Average Hearing. 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J. Kerwin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Lillian Reinhart Wa-Tan-Ye Club, J. C. Schwarzenbach Home Carrol) County Legion Auxiliary, Legion Hall, Dedham Thursday— Jaycee-ettes, Mrs. James Spieker. Clio Club, Public Library Clubroom Kardettes, Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse N.O.E. Club, Mrs. Cliff Bell Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple 8-4 Fun Club, Mrs. Foster Miller Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Roy J. Burns Sunday— ToastmistresS, Council No. 2, Ft. Dodge Monday- Eastern Star, Past Matrons and Patrons Night, 6:30 potluck, I Masonic Temple Trinity Guild. Myrtle Walden J A.B. Club, Mrs. Russell Wunschel Tuesday— D.C. Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. M. J. Kelly T.O.B. Club, Mrs Andy Krapfl Delta Dck Club, Mrs. George Marget Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Paul Crouse Sr. Immaculata Guild, St. Joseph's Church Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Charles Knoblauch E.L.J. Club. Mrs. B. H. Walden J.L.C. Club, Mrs. George Busche Les Amies Club, Teresa Brandl Spela Kort, Mrs. Ed Murphy Presbyterian Guild. Mrs. Cora Guy Dancing Lessons Are Scheduled at Carroll Elks Club Msgr. Wegner Will Speak at Diocesan Meet The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Nicholas Wegner, nationally-known director of Boys Town, Neb., will be the featured speaker at the fourth annual convention of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women to be held Oct. 7 in the Sioux City Municipal Auditorium. Msgr. Wegner will address the convention on the topic, "Youth Today." Another highlight of the day's program will be an address by David H. Stephens, chief postal inspector, who comes as a personal representative of Postmaster General Arthur Summerfield, to discuss the fight against obscenity and filth in the mails. The Very Rev. Msgr. William Blacet of Kansas City, a leader in the lay apostolate movement, will speak during the mass that will be offered at 9.30 a.m. to start the day's activities. The day-long convention will open with registration at 8:30 a.m., and will include workshops on youth and on organization and development. An exhibit by Catholic Charities committee, luncheon, and coffee periods will be included in the convention program. More than 2,000 women are expected to attend the meeting, which will include presentation of new officers. The Rev. Frank Brady, diocesan spiritual moderator, and Mrs. Ralph Kelley. Early, diocesan council president, have named Mrs. Anton V. Schoen, Sioux City, as general chairman. Reservations may be made by calling the following parish DCCW presidents of local groups before Oct. 2: St. Joseph's, Mrs. P. F. C'araher: St. Lawrence. Mrs. B. J. Leahy; S§. Peter and Paul's, Mrs. Oliver Mosman._The $2.50 registration fee includes luncheon. Roller Skating Is Feature of Rushing Party A rushing party of Epsilon CM Chapter, Beta Sigma Phi Sorority, began with a roller skating party at Parkview Roller Rink Tuesday evening. After skating, the group went to the home of Mrs. Glenn Lockhart for a chili supper. Cut flowers centered the table. Guests were Mrs. Wayne Witt and Mrs. Tom Lambert. The chapter's regular meeting will be next Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Charles Knoblauch. (Kohner Studio Photo) Mr. and Mrs. Roland Rutten Vows Exchanged By Bonnie Kuhlman And Roland Rutten Wedding vows were exchanged by Bonnie Kuhlman and Roland Ruten Saturday morning at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. The Rev. Paul Brtiening. Sioux City, officiated. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, Carroll. Carl Bauerle Is Honored at Birthday Party A surprise birthday dinner for Carl Bauerle was given by a group of his nieces and nephews at the Brown Derby Tuesday night. Hosts and hostesses were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jons and Mr. find Mrs. Merlin Jons of Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mandcrnach, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hunzicker, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Jons, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bcnzscn and Mrs. Carl Oetjen of Sac City. A centerpiece of roses decorated the dinner table. A decorated birthday cake made by Mrs. Mandernach was served at the Bauerle home after dinner and Mr. Bauerle was presented with a gift from the hosts and hostesses. Pla-Mor Club Opens Its Season At Mrs. Mart's Mrs. Andy Matt was hostess to .... Dancing lessons at the Carroll \ the first fall meeting of the Pla- i na Jean Rutten and Mary Kay Rut- Elks Club will begin with a free | Mor Club at her home Tuesday ten, were gowned in emerald session Wednesday, Oct. '/. at 8(evening. green. They carried bouquets of Dessert was served before the bronze mums and pom poms. bridge games. i Gary Rutten was best man, and Mrs. W. J. Leuer was winner of the high score prize, and Mrs. Al TEMPLETON CDA TO MEET Court Sacred Heart No. 4.">4, Catholic Daughters of America, will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday. Oct. 1 in the church basement at Tem- ploton. Lunch will be served after and'Mr.''and "Mrs7 Frank Cmit" the rc 8 utar »^tin B . ten, Mt. Carmel. The bride wore a floor-length gown of all-white lace and carried a cascade of white carnations cen- terd with detachable lavender orchid corsage. Her attendants, Don p.m. Lyle DeBolt will be the instructor. Thereafter, lessons will be given each Wednesday eveni n g from 7:30 to 11:30 p.m. The series Ends Thursday .. "North By Northwest" In Color will include ten hours of instruction 1 A. Osten, second high for 25.00 per couple. Lessons are! Mrs. Osten will be the next hos- not restricted to members of the! less Tuesday evening, Oct. 13. Elks; and those interested are asked to contact the Elks club. ; Annabel Wiliamson Clare Kuhlman, groomsman Dinner for 36 guests was served at the Brown Derby at noon. A reception for 22 ;i guests was held there in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Rutten will live in Carroll upon their return from a The first of the month's dances Married j n Missouri >e ek ' s southern trip. Mrs Rutten will be Saturday, Oct. 3, beginning with a free cocktail hour at 8:30. .„„„„., ... c , , works for the Drivers Examiner AUBURN - A late September under tne S|ate HiRhway Patro| : Admission to the dance will be $2.- 1 informal wedding was performed ( Mr RuUcn is working for Wju in St. Paul s Lutheran Church 00 per couple. The second evening is scheduled | S ? d0a1 ^ Mo - Saturday. Sept. 26.! porl Flooring Company out of Davcn- for Saturday, Oct. 24. A smorgas bord from 6:30-8:30 will be follow at 2.30 p.m. I Williamson, when Annabel Lee M. T., became the ed by dancing. Admission will be ™ ofn ,^ Sgt - Ben( David Stone $3.00 per couple. 'Mrs. Nellesen Gives Party for Sons' Birthdays hocker. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson. Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Stonehocker, Stuart. The Rev. Strickert performed the double ring service. The bride wore a dress of blue lace over satin, blue velvet hat and blue satin shoes, and carried _, ... ,, .white carnations. Her bridesmaid, Mrs. Raymond Nellesen gave a! Glenda Williamson. Omaha, wore party celebrating the birthdays of j blue and white organza and car . her sons Jerry and Norman at ther 1 - • home in Carroll Monday afternoon. Jerry is eight and Norman, seven. Games were played, prizes awarded, and the boys opened their gifts. Mrs. Nellesen was as 47TH ANNIVERSARY The children of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schwaller gathered at the Schwaller home, 1447 17th Street, Des Moines, Sunday to celebrate their 47th wedding anniversary. A politick dinner was followed by an afternoon of visiting. The Schwal- lers were presented with a purse and a book cake decorated in white and gold. Attending from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Philip • Fri. & Sat. • GREAT PLAIN PREMIERE/ the Pkt^^aMiildl^fibai sisted in serving lunch, which featured a birthday cake, by her daughter Diane, and Betty Ann Testroet. Guests were Danny Louis, Randy Olberding, Allan Schrad, Tommy Langel. Randy Beyer, Sylvan Mattes, Michael Reicks. Leon Schrad, Gary Schon, Dale Schon, Bob Siepker, Benny Beyer, and Jerry and Norman's brother. Gene. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Stor«fl« — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2*11 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden Moving Aftnt* tor North American Van Unas, inc. Thcin, Mr. and Mrs. William ried pink carnations. < Schreck and Mrs. Mary Boje; Duane Hanebuth, Whitman Air, fl0m Dedham. Mr. and Mrs. Ed- Force Base, attended the bride- gar Lewis, Mr. and Mrs. G. G. groom. Jennings and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Relatives and friends of the cou- Klocke. and from Des Moines, Mr. pie were guests at a reception at ; anc j Mrs. Anthony Ligouri, Mr. the Old Missouri Homestead after \ an d M rs . Vincent Roderick, Mr. the service. ! and Mrs. Russell Fischer and S-Sgt. and Mrs, Stonehocker will \ j. ran cis Mahr. make their home at 5th and Lar- j SON-BURNED ANO GUN-BURNED. J LIKE THE VIOLENT LAND HE RODE! \ MlTCHUM _ JULIE LONDON nine, Sedalia, Mo., after a short wedding trip. The bridegroom is stationed at Whitman Air Force Base. « Mrs. Knobbe Hosts Past Regents Club CHURCH SCHEDULE St. Paul Lutheran Church will return to winter schedule Sunday. Sunday School and Bible class will meet at 9:15 a.m. Morning worship service will be held at 10:30 a.m. Earlier hours have been in The Past Grand » T"^ ^.J effect during the summer months, of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, Templeton. was entertained at a seven o'clock dinner Mrs. Raphael Knobbe at her home in Templeton Monday evening. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Lang, president. The remainder of the evening was spent informally, with prizes being awarded to Mrs. Joe lrlbeck and Mrs. Leo Greteman, both of Carroll. The next regular meeting will be at Mrs. Lawrence Bock's home in Templeton Monday, Oct. 26. THE WONDERFUL t^OUNTRir I TECHNICOLOR*! Continuous Nightly From 7:00 P. M. Matinee Saturday At 2:00 P. M. Carroll Bakery "THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE" SPECIALS! 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