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Personal Paragraphs Tim** Htrald, ftirrdll, I*, Saturday, Oct. 10, 1959 Maurice Lpnz. a student at Loras Mr. and Mrs. Harry Frank, Mr. College, Duhuquc. is spending theiand Mrs. E. E. Osborne, and Mrs. \vppkend with his parent?, Mr. and Melvin Olide and children Sharon Mrs. Ed Lenz. and David attended a friendship meet ing of Miriam Chapter, Order Janet Kannr, a student at Mt. SI. j " f Easlorn Star, at Westside Fri- Clare College. Clinton, is spending i ?">' ni David hdeacc P n the weekend at home with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kanne. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kennetl. In- riianola, are weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Kennett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Hillyer. They came Friday nipht and will return to Indianola Sunday. ied by his sister Sharon, played a trumpet solo in a program at the meeting. Jim Krrpcr. Floyd Hcith o I f. Wayne Heithoff, Howard Smith and Don Tigges are among Carroll fans attending the Iowa-Michigan State 1 football game at Iowa City today. Business & Professional Directory W. L. WARD D.S.C. CHIROPODIST FOOT SPECIALIST 215 N. Carroll St. Office 9782 Horn* 9S87 Dr. N. D. Schuiz DENTIST 822 N. Main St. Phone 2528 DR. M. J. HALL DENTIST 207 East 5th St. Dial 9774 Al Boss Specializing in Livestock Farm Auctions Dial 2363 — Carroll Contact Lens Specialist Dr. 0. M. O'CONNOR, Optometrist VISION SPECIALIST — COMPLETE VISION SERVICE DIAL 3318 Ground Floor Office Next to Ellerbroek's CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOON 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. Janice Siepker And r a | enc | ar Elaine Ratigan Bride Kenneth Snyder Wed ftfzz*. <**.»-«*** Of Eugene Marchello In a nine o'clock ceremony Sat-1 which the bride placed on the Bles- urday morning, Oct. 10, at SS. Pe- j ted Virgin's altar was of white ter and Paul Church in Carroll,i gladioli and carnations fashioned Janice Siepker became the bride with blue, of Kenneth Snyder. Their parents * * * The bride wore an all-white, floor-length gown of Chantilly lace, are Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Siepker, 202 N. Carroll Street, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Snyder, Breda. Mr. Siepker gave his daughter in marriage. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. F. H. Greteman officiated at the double ring ceremony, with the bride's cousins Duane and Kenny Siepker, Jim Louis and Dick Schrad as mass servers. The children's choir sang. Matching bouquets of white gladioli and aqua carnations decorated the altar. The arm bouquet Saturday— St. Lawrence Guild, party, 1:30 p.m. A.F.L. Pinochle Club, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Masoning Bridge-dinner, Country Club Sunday- Presbyterian Mariners E.T.W. Club, Mr. and Mrs. El mer Wille Monday— nyioV tulle and bTida a , 1 a- J 1 ... . D ditionally styled, with a bouffant skirt of lace falling irv a back cascade of alternating lace and net i , Mrs. Harry Grimsman 8 to 12 Club, Mrs. C. D. Andrews A B Club, Mrs. Verdis Hatisen liotmd Table Mrs. R. W. Hum- •L i.i V4V. 1/1 tl 1 I \_: I I I a I | 1 1 S, I Cl VC~ Cl Mil I 1C-1. 1 ruffles ending in a whisper train, i .. !! ey BRIDE . . . Married Sept. 26 at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Wichita, Kan., were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Vanderheiden. The bride is the former Sandra Kay Gregory, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Anthony, and the bridegroom, the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. M. Vanderheiden, 2262 Euclid, Wichita. The Vanderheidens formerly lived in Carroll. The couple will live at 202'/j Mentor Ave., Wichita. Mr. Vanderheiden is employed at Cessna Aircraft Co. Dr. H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Corner 5th and Main Sts DIAL 9687 CLOSED THURSDAY AFTERNOONS CARROLL CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC DR. R. A. HEESE Complete Chiropractic Health Service Dial 3402 — Koepke Building Ralph M. Crane ATTORN EY-AT-L AW 5I6'/2 N. Adams St. Dial 3161 Dr. I. G. Donovan CHIROPRACTOR 410 West 3rd St. Office — Dial 3716 Residence — Dial 2283 Mrs. Wm. Kanne Entertains Card Club Mrs. William Kanne was hostess to members of the Friendly Neighbor Club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs. Art Otto won the first prize at 500, Mrs. Henry Beyerink second, and Mrs. Arnold Ludwig, low. The traveling prize was kept by Mrs. George Otto. Mrs. Kanne served lunch. The next meeting, Oct. 29, will be at Mrs. Beyerink's home. F.LC. Club Meets, Notes 'Poetry Week' Mrs. Clyde Bayliss presented he program on "Poems of Our lontinent" at a meeting of the '.L.C. Club at the home of Mrs. Mfred H. Meyers west Of Carroll Friday afternoon. She gave a biographical sketch of Joyce Kilmer and read several of his poems. She also read poems by' Douglas Malloch and Paul Dunbar and concluded her ^program with the reading of the poem "Golden Jubilee Harvest," which she had written several years ago. * # * Mrs. Carl Bauerle, president, conducted the meeting, which was opened with the pledge of allegiance. Mrs. Bauerle read Prudence Potter's poem, "October." Members answered roll call by naming a poet, as this is "Poetry Week." Mrs. Don Hillyer reported on the annual meeting of the Sixth District, Iowa Federation of Women's Clubs held Oct. 5 at>Pocahontas, at which the F.L.C. Club received a blue ribbon for its program booklet. Towels hemmed by the blind women of Iowa were distributed. Mrs. Meyers served a tray lunch preceding the meeting. Mrs. Al A. Osten will be the next hostess Friday afternoon, Oct. 23. Miss Winter Tells of Christopher Columbus Meyers & Tan Creti ATTORN EYS-AT-LAW Practice in all courts. Abstracts examined. Estates settled. Iowa Land Service Company Farm Management Farm Records V. Stuart Perry — Dial 9883 Members of Priscilla A 1 d e n Chapter, D.A.R., held their Columbus Day meeting Friday morning in the Driftwood Room of the Burke Motor Inn. Sixteen members attended the 9:30 coffee. There were three guests, a nonresident member, Mrs. William C. Blackwell of Richardson, Tex.; her mother, Mrs. L. E. Sweany; and Mrs. Dorothy Jean Davis, Coon Rapids. The T-shaped tables were centered with a large basket of fall vegetables. Mrs. G. Arthur Minnich Sr. was hostess, assisted by Odella McGowan and Mrs. Carlson of Coon Rapids. Mrs. Richard Meridith, Anita lain, gave the opening Mrs. Robert Sorenson, chap- prayer, chapter 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 S General Practice ~ Obstetrics — Fractures — X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Dial 4120 Home Dial 3408 REBEKAHS MEET Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in regular session at the I.O.O.F. Hall Friday evening. Mrs. Rollen Gray, noble grand, presided. Lunch was served at the close of the meeting by Alvan Cox and E. J. Daugherty. B. MORRISON, M.D. 117 East 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa General Practice—Obstetrics Fractur«»—X-Rays PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 3543 - Home 3630 Carroll Medico! Center PAUL L, PASCOE, M.D, Surgery end Diseases of Women and Children Obstetrics Infant Feeding J, V. SULLIVAN, M.D. Diseases and Surgery of the Ey» Claim Fitted A. REAS ANNEBERG, M.D. Medical and Surgical Trtatmtnt of Diseases of Eye, Ear, Note and Throat Hearing Aid* WALTER A. ANNEBERG, M.P, Surgery and Diseases of Woman and Children Obstetric* Infant Feeding PAUL A. ANNBBBRG, M.D. Surgery end Disoeset of Kidney, Bladder, Prostate end Rectum J. R. MARTIN, M.D. Surgery end Disease* of Bones and Joints Including Fracture* JAMES M. TIERNEY, M.D. — Internal Medicine JOi T. McKIBBEN, M.D. — 0*ntr.| Surgery blAL 3557 ...AND ARE YOU YOUR BROTHER'S KEEPER? If you believe mankind is a family under God, there is only one answer. YES!'Your own religious organization will do the tireless job of administering, if you will only do the giving. Give what you can now through your Faith I regent, presided at the meeting, which was opened by the D.A.R. ritual. The pledge of allegiance was led by Mrs. Minnich, flag chairman; and Mrs. John R. Morrison, Glidden, led the group in the American creed and the Daughters' pledge. Mrs. W. H. Rust, Glidden, spoke briefly concerning Russian Premier Nikita Khrushchev's visit to Coon Rapids. She had worked on a committee which served luncheon to 500 soldiers at the Christian and Methodist churches. Mrs. Clarence McGrane gave a report on national defense. As national defense chairman of the chapter, she has given out D.A.R. citizenship manuals which were distributed to the schools. Mrs. Sorenson read the message to the chapter from President General Mrs. Ashmead White. A gift was given to Mrs. Morrison, who will be moving soon to Des Moines. * * * The program on Christopher rhinestone-studded tiara held her fingertip veil. She carried a double cascade bouquet of feathered white Sim carnations with central detachable rose corsage. Attending the bride were her sisters, Mary Lou Siepker as maid cf honor and Mrs. Roger Snyder, bridesmatron. Mary Ann Boje was bridesmaid. Their gowns of Persian turquoise were styled identically in pure silk sheer organza with full intermission - length skirts. Their headpieces were velvet pillboxes with bow trim, draped with brief veils. Their Colonial bouquets held white pompon chrysanthemums with sunbursting pink Sweetheart roses. Janice Siepker, carrying a bridal fireside basket of aqua - toned pompon chrysanthemums, was her sister's flower girl. She wore a white flocked nylon dress, and the flowers in her hair matched those she carried. Othmar Boeckman was best man. Ronald Siepker and Roger Snyder, cousins of the bride and groom, were groomsmen. The bride's brother Terry Siepker completed the wedding party as ring bearer. Ushers were Larry Louis and Clair Snyder. * * * Breakfast was' served by Mrs. Clair Snyder, the bridegroom's sister-in-law, at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Laura Oswald. One hundred guests were entertained at dinner at the Moose Lodge at noon, where a reception was held from 2 to 5 p.m. for an additional 75 guests. The hall was decorated with white streamers and a large white bell. Low arrangements carrying out the bridal colors of aqua and pink were on either side of the bride's cake. Mr. and Mrs. Snyder are taking a week's southern trip. After Oct. 17 they will reside at 209 N, Clark Street, Carroll. The bride has been employed at Northwestern Bell Telephone Company. Her husband runs a grinder for Boeckman Feeds, Breda. Mrs. Snyder is a 1958 graduate of Kuemper High School, and Mr. Snyder, St. Bernard's High School, Breda, Class of 1954. Monday Bridge Club, Burke Motor Inn. Mrs. J. C. Heider ['all and Fur Fashion Show Kuemper Auditorium, 8 p.m. Tuesday- Rosary and Altar Society, SS. Peter and Paul Hall Girl Scout Assn. Halloween Party, 8 p.m., Mrs. John E, Martin F.E.O., Mrs. F. M. Heath Beta Upsilon Chapter, Mrs, Keith Eason Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten Wednesday— Grant Township Homemakers Club, Amber Room, Club 30 Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Vernis Juergens Past Noble Grands, Mrs. Ray Boughton Toastmistress Club, Burke Motor Inn H. G. Club. Mrs. Joe Kolas G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. John Buchholz Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. H. L. Bell, Burke Motor Inn Thursday— 6-4 Fun Club, Mrs. W. F. McMini- mee Kardettes, Mrs. John Ragaller Clio Club. Library Clubroom (V.O.E. Club, Mrs. Al A. Osten T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Paul Brutsche, Coon Rapids Euchre Club, Mrs. Leo Greteman Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple, 4 p.m. Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Friday— Thimble Bee, Mrs. C. L. Moore Friday Contract Club, Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. Lloyd Booth. vas the scene of the wedding o Elaine Ratigan and Eugene Mar chello Saturday, Oct. 10. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ratigan, Auburn, and Mr. and Mrs John Marchello, Omaha. The Rev. Jerome Koenig read Personals Mr. and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson are in Iowa City today, attending the Iowa-Michigan State football game. They left Friday. Officers Installed at Christian Mother's Sodality in Arcadia (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA —Eighty-three members o fthe Christian Mother's Society met Thursday evening for their regular monthly meeti n g, which was opened with prayer led by the president, Mrs. Greg Sen- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Stangl returned Friday night from a week's trip through the Ozarks, and are at home at 1108 North Main Street. PROTESTANT Olvi to Iht {SHAH OUR iURUUf CATHOLIC Olv. lo Ih. BISHOPS' THANKKHVINO ClOTHINO COUICTION JEWISH 0*v» I, ihf UNIT!D JIWISH AfPtAl ' IMCIAl MHO Give THANKS by GIVING World Refugee Year 1959-1960 Publithedasa public service in cooperation with The Advertising Council a»d the \'ewnpap(r Ad' vertisiny Executives Association. Columbus was presented by Lucy Winter. As background, she told about trading conditions in 1492 and about the Portuguese being interested in finding new trade routes to the East by sailing around Africa. She said that interest in religion, desire for financial gain, quest for geographical knowledge and the ]ure of adventure all served as motives for exploring unknown seas and lands. Miss Winter reviewed briefly events in the life of Columbus from his birth, about 1446, to the time of his discoveries, his subsequent voyages and his death in poverty and neglect in 1506. She said that it was while studying maps and papers left by his father-in-law (Columbus had married a mariner's daughter) that the idea of reaching India by sailing westward came to him. "His own words show the concentration and dedication of his intellect," she said, and quoted, The art of navigation inspires those who i practice it to seek out more and i more the secrets of this world. [Our Lord and Saviour has grant- 'ed that I might acquire ample knowledge of the art of navigation, also all that is needful of astrology, geometry and arithmetic. He lias given me understanding of mind and also dexterity of hand needful to make drawings of the world.' She went on to say that his suc- | cess had encouraged other discoverers and opened new windows to science and to all knowledge; and i hat to no man in modern history does the work owe so great a debt, "For he with his sailors were the pathfinders for the people who made the greatest migration the world has ever seen" She concluded her program with joaquin Miller's poem, "Columbus. 1 * * * Mrs. Glenn N. Weeks will be hostess at her home Nov. 13. She will be assisted at the 9:30 a.m. coffee by Mrs. Walter Anneberg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Champion and children Mike and Sheryl left Saturday morning for their new home at Seattle, Wash., after visiting Mr. Champion's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmetl L. Champion and family since Wednesday afternoon. Mr. Champion, who received his discharge from the U.S. Army as a 1st Lt. at Ft. Monmouth, N.J,, will be employed in Seattle by Boeing Airplane Company as a statistician. HOME FROM TRIP ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ehlers of Arcadia returned home after a month's visit with their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Subbert, Larry and Mary Lou at Sargeant, Minn. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Henry Ehlers at Storm Lake, Mrs. Evelyn Me- Quirk and family at Spencer, Mr. and Mrs. G. 0, Stienhauer and Mrs. Alrene Hamilton and family at Okoboji and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mensing at Austin, Minn. weers. Mrs. James Schupp and Mrs. Gerald Wittrock were present at guests. | Mrs. Vincent Coflison, Catholic Charities chairman for St. John's Parish, described the layette sent to St. Monica's Home which was donated by the ladies of the parish. Mrs. Joe Neu, parish representative for the DCCW, gave reports on the Deanery meeting held in Carroll recently and the Sioux City convention. New officers for the coming year were- installed with Mrs. Vincent Collison, president, sue c e e ding Mrs, Greg Schweers; Mrs. Myron Bohnenkamp, vice president, succeeding Mrs. Art Schroeder; Mrs. Leonard Rupiper, secretary, succeeding Mrs. Herman Leiting and Mrs. Louis Schweers suceeding Mrs. Leo Kohorst. Mrs. Collison announced that a food shower for the Sisters will be held at the next meeting Nov. 12. Following the business meeting, entertainment was provided by Mrs. Elmer Nees, chairman, Mrs. Norbert Neppl, Mrs. Joe Neu and Mrs. Leroy Niehaus. Lunch was served by Mrs/ Ed Lampman, chairman, assisted by Mrs. Ben Leiting, Mrs. Gene Leiting, Mrs. William Leiting, Mrs. Dennis Leiting, Mrs. Ronald Leiting, Mrs. Ray Ludwig, Mrs. Wilbur Lussm a n, Mrs.' George Mooney and Mrs. Clem Mueggenberg. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Art Bruch. (Times Herald News service) j the double ring ceremony and nup- AUBURN — St. Mary's Church | tial mass at 10 a.m. Patty Denier "organist, played appropriate v e d ding music and also accompanied St. Mary's choir as they sang th c nuptial high mass and Mrs. Harold Heim and Kathleen Heim who sang at the offertory and as the bride placed a bouquet on the Blessed Virgin's altar. The altar was decorated with a matching arrangement of white gladioli and white pom poms. Mrs. Robert Ratigan, Bancroft, was matron of honor for her sister-in-law, Mrs. Eugene Boeckman, Carnarvon, a cousin, brides- matron, and Oriana Schmitz, Carroll, bridesmaid. John Marchello, Omaha, was his brother's best man. The bride's brother. Robert Ratigan, Bancroft, and Theodore Rolamperti, the bridegroom's con sin were groomsmen. Lestor Schulte and Frank Distafino, Omaha, seated the guests. * * * The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an all-while gown of Chantilly lace over bridal 'aille, with a full skirt of lace ruf (les extending row upon row to chapel-length. Her fingertip veil of pure imported French illusion 'ell from a miniature crown of lace and ocean pearl. She carried a moderne cascade bouquet holding Phalaenopisis orchids with beauty vy. Her attendants were identically gowned in floor-length dresses of >urple velvet with off-shoulder collars. Their headpieces were malj bands of purple velvet hold- ng circular veils; and their cascade bouquets were white pom poms with a sunburst of Sanse- varia foliage. Dinner was served at noon to 150 guests at St. Mary's hall, and a eception for 250 was held at he Auburn Community Building ran 2 to 5 p.m. The bride's col- srs of white and purple were used n the decorations. * * * The bride and groom are taking two-week southern trip, the ride wearing a brown tweed knit Iress with brown accessories. Mrs. Marchello graduated from Auburn High School and is em- loyed at Mutual of Omaha. The nidegroom is a graduate of S.I.I., Omaha. They will make their iome at 1406 S. llth Street, Omaha, after Oct. 25. Champions Have Family Gathering Mr. and Mrs. Emmett L. Champion were hosts for a family gathering Thursday honoring their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert CharfSpion and children who were visiting here en route to Seattle/ Wash. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Champion, Annie and Paul, Omaha, came in the afternoon, bringing with them E. L. Champion, Denison. In the evening they were joined by Otto Jahn, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Aldag, Ida Grove; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Johannsen and Craig, Charter ^Oak; Mrs. Lulu Jahn, Denison; Richard Champion, a student at Iowa State University, Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Peters, ?aula and Susan, Carroll; and the Champions' sons at home, Edward, Martin, Tom and Junior. Mrs. Eugene Marchello (Paige & Paige Photo) Girl Scouts See a Demonstration Of Fall Flowers Mrs. Lowell Larson, vocational homemaking teacher at Carroll High School, demonstrated fall flower arrangements at the second meeting of Girl Scout Troop No. 62 for the new year, Friday after noon in the activities room of th Methodist Church. Mrs. Larson described triangu lar, horizontal and circular form as well as containers and material used in flower arranging. She then made a fall floral piece using wicker basket with foliage which she spray painted, Indian corn and hickory nuts. Badge work was discussed am the girls were given information on badges they may earn this year On Monday afternoon, troop members held a cookout at Swan Lake State Park for credit on the Adventurer's Badge. They hiked to the park and back. Mrs. Reese Burk is the troop leader. Mrs. Wm. Kuker Is Card Club Hostess Beulah Country Club members met Thursday afternoon at the farm home of Mrs. William Kuker. Mrs. J. A. Pascoe, president, conducted the meeting. Roll call was answered with a surprise gift exchange. Mrs. Everett Rogers presented the thought- for-the-day. Mrs. Kuker served a tray lunch at the close of the afternoon. The club's next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Thomas B. Wills. PLEDGES SORORITY Ann Wilson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Wilson, has pledged Delta Gamma sorority at Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Tex., where she is a freshman student. Duane Shriver, accompanied by Mrs, Shriver's cousin Ernie Downton of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada, and his cousin Doug Shriver of Jefferson are attending the Iowa-Michigan State football game in Iowa City today. MOVING Local and Nation Wide Storage — Crating — Packing Ph. Day 2540 Ph. Night 2618 Carroll, Iowa John Vanderheiden u .. Moving Aaent* for North American Van tints, Inc. 3 Magic Steps TO BETTER HEARING! 99 LITTLE THINGS MAKE A Ii is u mcdiuul fact that hearing losses change as time goes by. Sonotone has developed a new Injuring aid combination to help you-STEP BY STEP- as your hearing changes. Discover how you can solve your hearing problem and save hundreds of dollars. Get thc facts on the economical way to better hearing—now and in the future. Ask today for FREE booklet, "3 MAGIC STEPS to Better Hearing" SONOTO "Ask the man who wear* one" BURKE HOTEL, CARROLL, IOWA TUESDAY, OCTOBER 13th 11:00 a. m. to 2:00 p. m. 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