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MR AND MRS MAX BRODERSEN To live in David City, Neb. Catholic Neb. was the" July 12, 1969 Marie Hiller of ). and Max Richard David City, Neb. J. Rutten of- double ring, 2 p.m. ;Harry Wilson was including Kobza, Ed Sehmit sang. the couple are Mr Hiller of Mr and Mrs Max in marriage chose an empire organza. The tapered sleeves lace which was a ruffle that edged sleeves and motifs accented which extended train. Her was caught to fashioned with )earl trim }wets. bouquet roses. of Lincoln, maid of honor. were Pat Hiller, tnd Judy Wilson. sleeveless blue, featuring a The slight A-line with a back from a large self short veils of Were held by petals blue pearls and of Madison, S.D, Groomsmen were of Seward, Kirby and Jack of Seward, Neb. Ushers were Jerry WEDDING IONS 3 tO a: weO{)mQ Hiller of Bellwood, brother of the bride and Pat Keitges of McCook, Neb. A reception was held at the auditorium in David City, Neb.. with Mr and Mrs Jerry Rerucha and Tom Hiller and Mrs Denny Presiding at the guest book were Mr_s Tom Hiller and Mrs Denny Kirby. Cutting and serving the wedding cake were Mrs Harry Wilson, Mrs Tony Heller and Mrs Mary Scholz. The bride is a graduate of Aquinas high school at David Kity, Neb. She is a bank teller at First National Bank in David City. The groom graduated from Harlan high school and Mor- ningside College at Sioux City. He is a football coach and history teacher at David City. After a wedding trip to Lake Okoboji, the newlyweds are at home at 323 So. 7th St., David City, Neb. Mr and Mrs Herbert Riesberg announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Darlene, to Dan Schaben, son of Mr and Mrs Anthony P. Sehaben St. of Defiance. Miss Riesberg is employed at Dolezal Insurance Agency in Carroll. Her fiance works at Western Iowa Pork in Harlan. An August wedding is planned. ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR HELD JULY 11 The Nishna Valley China Dolls exhibited at the Arts and Crafts Show held July 11, 1969, in the Walnut High School. The club of china decorators is a charter, member of the State Federation of China Painters of Iowa which is a part of the world wide organization. Club officers are as follows: President Mrs H. F. Fredrickson, Elk Horn. 1st Vice Pres. - Mrs G. E. Larson, Elk Horn, 2nd Vice Pres. - Mrs Vernon Petersen, Kimballton, Recording Sec.- Mrs Emory FYedrickson, Elk Horn, Corresponding Sec. - Mrs I-Iar;,y W. Johnson, Exira, Treasurer - Mrs D. E. Farn- sworth, Adair, and Historian - Mrs Norman Leistad, Elk Horn. Mrs Norman Sorenson of Harlan attended the fair as well as others from Elk Horn, Exira and Adair. Tribune Cards You Notes Matches at traditional that will please , yet the prices ; popular 50 for Free show- orders ot 100. take our sample for IAL OFFER" Wedding A 3 months will be sent MRS MARJORIE HOWARD HOST PINOCHLE CLUB Mrs Marjorie Howard en- tertained her Wednesday evening pinochle club with three guests, Mrs Leo Hanson, Mrs Harold Martens ,and Mrs Keith Crawford. Mrs Elsie Andersen won high and Mrs Clarence PaRerson won second. This was the last meeting until September. PRE-NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR MYRA THRAEN Miss Myra Thraen was guest of honor at a pre-nuptial shower Sunday afternoon, July 13, in the home of Mrs Edwin Buman. CO- hostess was Mrs Joe Schomer of Harlan. Corasges were presented to the bride-elect and her mother&apos;, Mrs Lawrence Thraen of Earling, and Mrs Kenneth Buman of Harlan. Neighbors and friends of the couple spent a social afternoon. Later Myra opened her many lovely gifts. The serving table was cen- tered with a blue and white floral arrangement flanked with blue .---  ..:.. -. --. ...%': ..... .'. .., .....  .... e......, v..,..-.::::............%...............=.:::::::#j::::........:v.%::::%'-::::::.........::. News of and Club Events Weddings - Reunions , Club Metings  Social Events By IIIE Pk'I'ERSEqN -- Phone 755-3111 Karlan, Ia. News Advertiser Mon. Morning, July 21, 1969 ,%,,,,,,, , ................ ................. ,..,....,., ,,,o,,o,,,,, ,o o o ,,%, , ,,, .... ,,,,%,,,,, ...... ......... , ...... , . . MR AND MRS CRAIG SMITH To live in Richfield, Minn. Harry Krauss' feted on 60th anniversary FISCUS -- Mr and Mrs Harry Krauss of Audubon were honored on their 60th wedding an- niversary, Friday afternoon, July 11, at the home of their daughter and husband, Rev. and Mrs Owen E. Wherrett of Fiscus. The serving table was cen- tered with an anniversary cake and flanked by candelabra and roses. Mrs Lowell Nelson poured coffee and punch. The cake was served by the honoree's grand- daughter, Mrs Marjorie Bar- tholomew. Attending were Messrs and Mines Lowell Nelson, LaVern Nelson, Ronald Bartelsen, Victor Julius, Clifford Jensen, Harry Nelson, Clarence Nelson, and Axel Nielsen. Also, Mrs Ella Petersen and Ruth, Mrs Clara Petersen, Mrs Marjorie Bar- tholomew and girls, Mrs Ancel Armentrout and Leonard Larsen. +PERSIA -- Joyce Elaine Iwen of Bloomington, Minn. and Craig Ford Smith of Minneapolis, Minn. were married at Trinity Lutheran Church in Persia, Ia., July 5, 1969. The Rev. D. G. Meyer officiated at the Saturday, 7 p_m., double ring ceremony. Altar flowers were parfait tinted mums and white pompons. Seven branch candelabra entwined with greenery were on either side. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor length gown of silk organza designed with an empire waistline. The elbow length sleeves, standup collar and bodice were of Alencon lace decorated with seed pearls. The A line skirt and cathedral length detachable train were appliqued with scattered motifs of matching lace, Her elbow length, 3-tiered veil of illusion was ld with a circlet'of mat. thing dace and pearls. She carried a bouquet of stephanotis, trimmed with satin ribbon streamers and centered with a removable orchid corsage. For something old she wore her great grandmother's ring engraved in Norway in 1882. Mrs Allan F. Maly, Des Moines, was matron of honor. She wore a floor length gown of parfait bonded crepe fashioned with empire waistline and A line skirt. The bodice and sleeves were overlaid with beige chart- filly lace. Her shOes were tinted to match her gown. She carried a colonial bouquet of white and parfait pompons. Her headpiece was of matching lace and crepe. Bridesmaids were Mrs Duane Iwen of Omaha, sister-in- law of the bride, and Bonnie and Joan Iwen, Persia, cousins of the bride. Their dresses bouquets, headpieces and shoes were identical to the matron of honor. The attendants wore beige gloves and carved ivory rose ear rings, a giR of the bride. Erica Means, daughter of Mr and Mrs Ray Means of Omaha, was flower girl. The bride's niece, Carrie Sue Iwen, daughter of the Duane IWens of Omaha, was ring bearer. They wore identical floor length gowns of white silk organza over taffeta dresses trimmed with genuine swiss embroidery at the empire waistline and satin bows at the shoulders. The flower girl carried a basket of white daisies and parfait mums. The ring bearer carried a white heart shaped satin pillow trim_reed with lace and satin streamers. Both girls wore matching headpieces of pompons. Lyle Abeln of Minneapolis, Minn., was best man. Groom- smen were Richard Holmberg of St. Pau, Minn., Duane Iwen of Omaha and David Iwen of Persia, brothers of the bride. AI Johnson and Gary Phillips of Minneapolis, friends of the groom, seated the guests. They also lighted the candles preceeding the ceremony. The men in the party wore black tuxedos. The groom had a stephanotis boutonniere and the other men each had a carnation boutonniere. Personal attendant to the bride was Miss Marion Karrys of Minneapolis. Host and hostess were Mr and Mrs Dewey Brock- man of Carter Lake. Mrs Ray, Means, Oniaha, was at the guest candles. Mrs Joe Schomer book. Helping with the gifts were poured coffee at the table and Mrs Edwin Buman, Jr. dipped Mrs Raymond Ostrander, Mrs Tribune 00noh Lyle Abeln, MrS AI Johnson, Miss Anna Karrys all of Minneapolis Miss Thraen will becomethe and Mrs Ronny Kay of Minden. bride of John Buman II on August GiR runners were Ronny Kay, |tkll Headquarters 16 at Saint Joseph's Church, Minden, and Denny and Bill Earling, la. Iwen, all cousins of the bride. Serving at the reception in the parish hall were Mrs Gerald Strege, Anne Sehottler and Cathy Connoly, all of Bloomington, Minn., who served cake; Mrs C. F. Harrison of Omaha poured coffee and Mrs Runny Kay, dipped the punch. The serving table, overlaid with a linen cloth, was centered with a tiered cake topped with a miniature bride and groom in front of a bell, surrounded with a circlet of pearlized hearts. Other decorations included swan columns, bells, roses, crosses and a praying hands emblem. Greenery accented with pompons encircled the cake and also the punch bowl. The cake was baked and decorated by Mrs Walter Kellyf Woodbine. On either side were white spiral candles in 3 level iilver candleholders ac- centual with parfait ribbons. Trinity Ladies Aid with Mrs Leroy Zacharias as hostess, assisted. For going away the bride wore a navy and white dress with navy access ories and the orchid from her bridal bouquet. Mr and Mrs Arthur Iwen of Persia are the parents of the bride. The groom is the son of Mr and Mrs Forest Smith of Min- neapolis, Minn. After four weeks in Europe, the couple will be at home at 1001 East 77th St., Richfield, Minn. Both will resume their teaching duties at Sanford Junior High in Minneapolis in September. Out of town guests were from Minneapolis, St. Paul, Richmond, Bloomington and Park Rapids, Minn; Omaha and Columbus, Neb.; St. Jo and Maryville, Mo.; Des Moines, Greenfield, Madrid, Audubon, Carter Lake, Council Bluffs, Neola, Harlan, Shelby, Walnut and Minden, Iowa. ATTACHE CASES, BRIEF Cases, Desk Lamps on sale at Harlan Tribune Office Center. Ramona Dinesen Betrothed Mr and Mrs Martin J. DineSen of Harlan announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Ramona Faith to James Parker, son of Mr and Mrs Joseph Parker of Denver, Colo. A fall wedding is planned. BRIDAL SHOWER FOR JANICE HONEYWELL +PERSIA -- A pre-nuptial shower honoring Janice Honeywell was held Sunday afternoon at the Persia Com- munity Hall with 62 guests at- tending. Hostesses were Laura Ryan, Pure Honeywell, Susan Ring and Goldie Shadden. The gift table was centered with a bride decoration and the mint green and yellow color scheme was carried out. Pam Honeywell presided at the guest book. Susan Ring was in charge of the games and con- tests. Assisting Miss Honeywell in opening her gifts were Laura Ryan, Pam Honeywell and Susan Ring. KIRSTEN MOORE chooses the best looking cookie on a plate of Waffle-iron cookies, baked by her mother, Mrs David Moore. -- Photo by Marjorie Petersen. "Your nei00lhbor's favorite recipe"-- Waffle-iron cookies from Mrs [avid Moore By Marjorie Petersen .. womens editor Mrs David Moore of 1909 9th St. is featured this week with her unusual recipe of "Waffle-iron cookies". They are a rich chocolate cookie, dressed up with frosting and a pecan half, that is company 'fare'. David and Luetta Moore, although native Shelby coun- tians, are new comers to Harlan coming here less than a year ago. They have one daughter, Kirsten, two years old, a red haired, blue eyed youngster. David is a lawyer and associate with Fred Louis, Jr. He was also elected County Attorney in the November election. The Moores are active members of the First Baptist Church and Luetta is the pianist there. Mr and Mrs Moore graduated from Irwin High School. He received his law degree from the University of Iowa and Luetta taught in the elementry schools at Wellman before moving to Harlan. Luetta is interested in various types of art, she has recently made several items in decoupage, a form of art that she particularly enjoys. She admits that cooking and baking isn't exactly her favorite household duty. She loves to sew and is an expert, sewing most of her own and Kirsten clothes. WAFFLE-IRON COOKIES BY Mrs David Moore stick oleo (melted), 2 sq. chocolate, stir in two eggs, % cup sugar, I cup flour and 1 teas. vanilla. Drop by teaspoon in hot, lightly greased waffle iron. Bake 25 to 30 seconds. Makes 40 to 50 cookies. Frosting: 2 Tbls. oleo and 1 sq. chocolate. Add % teas. sald, i cup powdered sugar and 1 teas. vanilla. Add hot water (sparingly) to consistancy for frosting. Top each cookie with a pecan half (optional). This newspaper is happy to share you[ favorite or unusual recipes with readers, We are pleased that housewives are willing to share them with others. If you or a friend have a recil lhat-you think should b ;Itared, please call the Harlan Newspapers, phone 755.3111 ,. :::: ::: :: :::::::::::::::: :k :: :::: :::::: ::::::::::::::::::::: ::::::::::::::::::: :::: ." =.<:  o.    ..: %<.o. :: ..:g:::: .::::::: ::: ::::::::%::.:  [.::: g ::: :: ::g:::: :.. FASHION SHOW SEPT 6 A fashion show, sponsored by McCalls patterns and the National Cotton Council, will be held at Veterans Memorial Auditorium Saturday, Sept 6. The Hope Circle of First Baptist Church is in charge of the event, which will feature fall and winter fashions. A luncheon will be served before the afternoon presen- tation. Advance ticket sales begin four weeks prior to the show. Fashions for all ages will be modeled. PINOCHLE CLUB WITH MRS HAROLD MARTENS " The summer pinochle club met Wednesday afternoon with Mrs Harold Marten as hostess. Mrs Mae Green was a guest. Mrs Charles Gearhart won high, Mrs Don Platt second, Mrs Green traveling, and Mrs Melvin Rasmussen received low. The club will meet July 30 ,Mth Mrs Don Platt. l l l lllll l l l l FOR SALE Two bedroom house, gas hmmtce, wll mMntelsm new roof, combinsflm s.torms and screens and a nice basement. Located at 1203  Place,  block south o  C and school. To see this fine home cal or see Bruce or Bud OUREN,.00,74 liN!S. & REAL EST00ATE I I The Life Story of-- MRSTHERESA SCHECHINGER, 78 Mrs Theresa Sehechinger, daughter of Frances and George Schneider, was born Dec. 26, 1890, in Westphalia Twp., Shelby county, Ia. She died Sunday, July 13 at Myrtue Memorial Hospital in Harlan at the age of 78 years, six months, and 17 days. On April 16, 1918 she married John hneider at Westphalia. To this union two children were born. After their marriage they farmed between Harlan and Westphalia until 19,50 when they moved to their home in Harlan. Mrs Schechinger was a member of St. Michael's Church, Hurlan. She was preceded in death by her husband, John, in January of 1958. Mrs Schechinger's sur- vivors include her children. Mrs Leander (Mary Jean) Zim- merman of Harlan, and Francis Sehechinger of Fargo, N.D.; two brothers - George of Westphalia, and Mike of Harlan; and five sisters - Mary Kaufamn of Westphalia, Catherine Musich of Harlan, Lena Goeser of Dow City, Rose Rueschenberg of West- pbalia, and Frances Lahr of Carroll; nine grandchildren, and two great-grandchildren. Funeral services were held Wednesday, July 16, 1969 at St. Michael's Church with The Rev. J. Gannon celebrant of the Mass. Pallbearers were Ray Musich, Jerome Kaufman, Walt Schneider, Urban Scheider, Curtis Zimmerman, and Harold Rueschenberg. 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