Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 26, 1976 · Page 4
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>*»•»»••*• * '* ? 7 '*!* ? *'*? ' T ' •» X' t ; V T " Discotheque OPENS FOR TEEN-AGERS Sunday Only 3 p.m. ». • i ii i 9 p.m. TEEN DANCE No Booze Free Popcorn Gameroom Only Cover LEO LENZ Disc Jockey On Main Street Across From Court House 45th Wedding Anniversary Is Observed Time* Herald News Service MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Stribe of Manning -observed their 45th wedding anniversary at a party in the American Legion Hall Saturday night. The event was hosted by their children and grandchildren: Mr. and Mrs. Dean Stribe, Curtis and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stribe, Allen, Sue Ann, and Lisa Rae. Lisa Rae and Sue Ann registered the guests. The evening was spen tvisiting, playing cards and bunco. Lunch was served from a table centered with blue carnations and white mums, a gift from the grandchildren, and sapphire blue candles. Mary Jane Rohe and Sue Ann Stribe served cake and Lisa Rae Stribe, punch. Mrs. Reynold Hagge presided at the silver coffee service. Coming from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Konrady, Fairfield; Nick Konrady, Chariton; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Konrady and daughter of Aurelia; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Konrady and daughter Holly, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Konrady, John and Roth, Allen Taphorn, Ida Grove; Mary Jane Rohe, Omaha; Keith Stribe, Storm Lake; and Allen Stribe, Des Moines. Others were from Arcadia, Westside and Manning areas. The former Regilda Staffers of Westside and Mr. Stribe were married at Carroll Feb. 24, 1931. Attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Reynold Hagge of Westside. They have lived their entire married life in the Manning area — first on the farm where Mr. Stribe was born — and moved to their present home on Second Street in 1952. Their sons Dean and Lowell, are both of Manning. Prior to the party Mr. and Mrs. Stribe hosted a dinner at Saunders Steak House for their children, grandchildren, Miss Rohe and Mr. and Mrs. Hagge. Shrubs are Described at Garden Club Mrs. Albert Baumhover presented a program on "Favorite Shrubs" at the monthly .meeting of the Flower and Garden Club, held Wednesday afternoon at the home of Ella Platt. She mentioned snow mound spirea, mock orange, red snowberry, Alpine currant and several others. Mrs. Baumhover also discussed the correct way and best time for pruning shrubs. Eight members responded to the roll call topic, "What I Like About Winter." During the business session they discussed planting red, white and blue flowers in observance of the bicentennial. The hostess read several poems and then served dessert and coffee. A social hour followed. On March 24 the club will meet with Mrs. Archie Jones. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC June Bride-elect ... Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage 6f their daughter,. Rae Jean, to Kenneth J. Karel, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Karel of St. Paul, Minn. The wedding will take place June 26 in the St. Catherine's College Chapel at St. Paul. Miss Westendorf will graduate this spring from St. Catherine's College. Her fiance works in St. Paul, where the couplewill live. Symphony to Appear in Ames in April During the bicentennial season the Ames International Orchestra Festival Association will bring the Vienna Philharmonic to C. Y. Stephens auditorium in Ames on April 8 and 9. This is the second in a series of four .symphonies of international acclaim visiting Ames. The Vienna Philharmonic will be touring five American cities including Chicago, Boston, New York and Washington, D.C. in addition to Ames and will be giving a total of nine concerts. Tickets will go on sale during the first week in March, ranging from $15 for loge seats to $7 for the balcony. Requests for the tickets may be sent to ISU Center, Ames, 50011. Additional information may be obtained by contacting Mrs. David Collison, Carroll, a Festival Guild representative. Cancer Goal is $9,430 Carroll County American Cancer Society's county crusade goal for 1976 is $9,430. James Carroll, Carroll County crusade chairman, said volunteers are needed for the rural crusade at the quarterly meeting of the county society Wednesday night. Anyone interested may contact the chairman. A crusade meeting will be March 2, at the Carroll County court house at 8 p.m. Mrs. C.E. Mcllvain, living memorials chairman, was nominated for the Carroll County society's Harold W. Morgan award. She hi served for 16 years. An "I Quit Smoking" clinic will be in Cedar Rapids in March. Anyone interested in attending and setting up a Carroll County clinic may contact Louis Schoofs. Menus and Activities for Elderly PIONEER TRAILS NUTRITION PROJECT Menus for meals to be served next week at the Masonic Temple Building on U.S. 30 in downtown Carroll: Monday — Pork chops, potatoes and gravy, broccoli, apple sauce and cake. Tuesday — Meat loaf, baked potato, peas, lime gelatin, carrots, celery, peach and banana salad with cream. Wednesday — Chicken, potatoes and gravy, buttered Brussells sprouts, one-half peach on lettuce with cottage cheese and cherry and strawberry shortcake. Thursday — Porcupine meatballs, scalloped potatoes, green beans, orange gelatin with oranges and cookies. Friday — Fish, potatoes, stewed tomatoes, cole slaw with bananas and sherbet. All meals include bread and butter, milk, coffee and juice. Cecilia Eltgroth and her group will provide music and lead a sing-a-long March 5. The Carroll Recreation Department lists the following activities for next week to be held at Court View Apartments, 514 N. Court St. They are open for all Carroll residents 60 years old and older. Monday through Friday: 10 a.m.—Crafts. Monday: 2:30 p.m. — "Bread, Bagels and Black- eyed Peas" is the topic for a slide show that explores the •meanings of certain foods in the lives of others. Tuesday: 2:30 p.m. — Games and quizzes: Theme is old movies. Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. — Sing-a-long. Thursday: 2:30 p.m. — Movies: "Smithsonian Institute" and "Civilization of Ancient America." Friday: 2 p.m. — Mrs. Virgil (Mary) Baumhover, president of Carroll County Historical Society. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. Thunday, February 26, 1976 UP TO 300 EXTRA GOLD BOND STAMPS This FRIDAY SATURDAY or SUNDAY! ••M YS 300 GOLD BOND STAMPS 1100 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps with purchase of $ 10.00 1200 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps with purchase of *20.00 I 300 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps with purchase of $ 30.00 B & H Super Valu — Carroll 1 Limit I Per Family - Adults Only Coupon Good Feb. 27, 28, 29, 1976 To Be Honored ... An open house at Zion Lutheran Church in Auburn on March 7 will honor Mr. and Mrs. Arvel Jacobs of Auburn for their golden wedding anniversary. Hours are 2 to 4 p.m. The . observance will be hosted by their children and families, including La Verne of Lytton; Glenis of Worthington, Ohio; Mrs. Monte (Evelyn) Hook of Carroll and Marvin of Hinton. The couple requests no gifts. Lunch Menus • Lunch menus at Carroll Community high school for the week of March 1: Monday, March 1 — Mashed potatoes-hamburger gravy, carrot cabbage salad, peach sauce, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday, March 2 — Barbequed Chicken on bun, potato salad, green bean casserole, chocolate dessert, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday, March 3 — Egg salad sandwich, candled sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, confetti topped cake, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, March 4 — Maid-rite sandwich, buttered peas, mixed fruit cup, brownie, bread and butter, milk. Friday, March 5 — Macaroni and cheese, relishes, grape jello, cookie, bread and butter, milk. EGG OUTPUT DOWN DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — January egg production in Iowa at 175 million was down 1 per cent from a year ago, the Iowa Livestock and Crop Reporting Service monthly report shows. Rabbit Hunters — -Staff Photo ' Duane Pudenz, left, and Jim Loughran, both 10, decided to take advantage of the mild weather Wednesday afternoon and went rabbit hunting near the eastern edge of Breda. Both boys said they were not having much luck, and had only bagged one rabbit this year. Duane is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Pudenz, and Jim is the son of Mrs. Kay Loughran, all of Breda. Peterson, Kock Vows Are Repeated Debra Renee Peterson and David Allen Kock, both of Carroll, were united in marriage in a 1:30 p.m. ceremony Feb. 21 at St. Francis Catholic Church in Maple River. The Rev. Cleo Seuntjens officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father at an altar graced with yellow mum plants, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Peterson of Cherokee. Parents of'the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock, Carroll. Mrs. Jeff Draper of Cherokee was matron of honor. Bridesmaids were Nancy Butler of Carroll, Deb Bernholtz of Des Moines and the bride's sister, Donna Peterson of Cherokee. Her • niece, Nicole Peterson of Cherokee, was flower girl. Attending the groom were Dennis Kasperbauer of Manning, Bill Schrad of Carroll, Randy Peterson of Cherokee and Mike Berg of Arcadia. Organist for the double ring wedding was Geri Linn Tigges. Al Peterson of Cherokee and Orville Kock Jr. of Lake City were ushers. The ceremony was followed by a 3:30 reception for 200 guests at the Arcadia legion hall. The bride appeared in a white gown of dacron a la mode, fashioned with an open-collared neckline and tight-cuffed full sleeves. The fitted bodice with midriff band was enhanced by beaded lace diagonally from waist to shoulders. The skirt fell in flared gores to floor-length and swept to a wide cathedral train. Mrs. Draper and the bridesmaids wore hooded dresses of royal blue velvet, in empire style, and carried yellow pompon mums. The flower girl's long dress of yellow velvet was trimmed in white. 1 Since her graduation from Aurelia High School in 1973, the bride has worked at Social Security offices in Fort Dodge and Carroll and plans to continue working. Mr. Kock, who farms, is a 1971 graduate of Kuemper High School. They have returned from a short honeymoon and are, residing on Route 2, Carroll. Grouse Named to Reagan Unit Paul E. Crouse of Carroll, president of Crouse Cartage Co., is one of 54 lowans named to a state executive committee for Ronald Reagan, it was announced Thursday by Ray Hagie, chairman of Iowa Citizens for Reagan. The state group supporting Reagan for the Republican presidential nomination includes former congressman H.R. Gross of Waterloo, former Lt. Gov. Roger Jepsen of Davenport and Attorney General Richard C. Turner. Officers are Hagie, Clarion, chairman; Kenneth Logemann, Northwood, executive director; Barbara Harrison, Des Moines, secretary; Tom Cooper, Des Moines, treasurer and Paul Pellett, Atlantic, finance chairman. |Soc/a/ Calendar BE TERSE FOR4CK A one-minute call to anyplace in the Continental United States except Alaska is just 40<F or less, plus tax. Just dial without operator assistance after 5 p.m. and weekends. ORTALKATIVE FOR $270 But if that call should stretch io 10 minutes, it's still a bargain. Just $2.70 or less, plus tax. Either way, a little money goes a long way on the telephone. THURSDAY— New Bidders, Mrs. Donald Dreessen Triple C, Mrs. Larry Hurd E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Ray Riesberg F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Leonard Pietig, Pauline's Cafe Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. L.R. Chapman New Deal, Mrs. Fred Ortner 8 C's Club, Mrs. Paul Venteicher STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY- Toastmistress Contest Set For Mar. 27 The annual speech contest for Toastmistress Clubs in Council 2, which includes Carroll, will be held March 27 at the Colonial House in Boone, local club members were advised at their meeting Wednesday night. The club met for a 6:30 dinner at the Derby, with Mrs. Marjorie Testroet, president, presiding. Louise Florencourt led the grace and Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, table topics. The club plans to judge Boy Scout speech contests in April. At their next meeting, on March 10, members will make programs for the regional conference to be held at Howard Johnson's Motel in Des Moines in May. The formal program began with a review of Delia Hunter's book, "Unforgettable Papa," given by Louise Florencourt. The book describes how "Mama and Papa", lived through the Great Depression, their belief in law and order and in giving to life all that one can. The other speaker, Mrs. Joe Pick, discussed "The Shortest Month of the Year — February." She reminded her audience that many great leaders were born in February and called attention to other important days of the month such as Ground Hog Day, St. Valentine's Day and this year, the additional day for leap year. Golden Circle SATURDAY— P.W.P. supper, 7:30 p.m., Audubon Golden Circle MONDAY- Eastern Star Welcome Wagon Golden Circle Xi Gamme Pi, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Rainbow Girls Play Euchre at Six Tables 'Golden Circle Club members played euchre at six tables at their Wednesday night gathering at the clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg and Mrs. Joe Gross won score prizes. Men's prizes went to Albert Baumhover and Leo Sellen. Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden and Mrs. Victor Wernimont received tally prizes. FRI. Thru THURS. Feb. 27-Mar. Evei. 7 * 9:15 Sun. Mai. 2 « 4:30 ^OMINATEDFOR? ACADEMY AWARDS! I INCLUDING] BEST PICTURE) The Story It True. CARROLL IOW« • 792 9096 THURS. Thru WED. 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