Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 27, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, February 27, 1976
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Cancer Film Is Shown to UCT Groups Mrs. Doris Snyder, R.N., education chairman for the Carroll County chapter of the American Cancer Society, presented a film and program for United Commercial Travelers Council No. 543 and Ladies Auxiliary No. 3 Thursday night. The joint session was held in the Knights of Columbus clubrooms prior to the separate business meetings. The Council voted to sponsor a stag steak fry at the South Side Park shelter house Thursday night, March 4. Members may bring guests PEDELTY TO SPEAK Tlmn Herald Ncwi Service AUDUBON — Holmes Pedelty, cattle buyer and partner in two livestock auction markets, will be the speaker at the annual banquet of the Audubon County Cattlemen's Association at 6:30p.m. Thursday. March 4, at Audubon High school. Holmes is chairman of the Governor's Task Force Committee on Beef Production and a member of the Iowa Beef Industry Council marketing committee. BACK ROOM Discotheque OPENS FOR TEEN-AGERS Sunday Only 3 p.m. /. • i 9 p.m. TEEN DANCE Just Boogie No Booze Free Popcorn Gameroom Only Cover LEO LENZ Disc Jockey On Main Street Across From Court House IMIIMMIM«MMIMMMtll«IM«llftlll*MM»IIIMII Tlm« Herald, Carroll, la. M Friday, Feb. 27, 1976 ** ll«ttlfIMiMIIMIM«ll»MIIIHMIIiMM«lt«««« and advance reservations must be made with officers. William Schneider, senior counselor, conducted the men's meeting. Ralph Hoffmann received the* attendance prize. In the Auxiliary meeting conducted by Mrs. Donald Harman, senior counselor, progress reports were given by various committee chairmen. A draw prize was won by Mrs. Harman. The UCT groups will meet next on March 25 at the KC hall. Manning -Clubs Have Monthly Meetings Times Herald News Service MANNING — Pleasant Hour Club met on Wednesday with Maggie Puck. Prizes went to Mable Weemes, Mable Lengeman, and Ella Puck. The Neighborhood Club met Feb. 16 with Verna Karstens. Verna Karstens and Ida Jochimsen were card winners. The CDA sponsored a husband and wife potluck supper at the Parish Hall on Feb. 9. Thirty-four pouples attended the event. Prizes went to Leo Willenborg, Elaine Earlbeck, Rev. Norbert Weber, Rosie Vollstedt, Jerome Kasperbauer and Luella Hall. Jerome Kasperbauer won the door prize. Virgine Wurr and her February committee were in charge. Area Residents Attend VFW District Meeting Times Herald News Service MANNING — The VFW 6th District meeting was held at LeHigh on Sunday, Feb. 22. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Willenborg, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Pfannkuch, and Mr. and Mrs. John Miller. The Auxiliary State representative was Jr. Vice, Shirley Nation. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Rowedder visited in the Don Vaudt home in Sioux City on Sunday. On Thursday Mrs. Albert Klocke entertained the Chat-Or-Sew ladies in her home. Auburn Man Has Surgery In Fort Dodge Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Tom Gorman underwent surgery Feb. 10 at Trinity West Hospital at Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karstens were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Karstens and family, Oakland, Neb. Ehroute home the Ray Karstens visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil SchafferatOnawa. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich were guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Neitzke and family, New Hampton. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Card Clubs Had Parties on Thursday The NEW BIDDERS were entertained at the home of Mrs. Donald Dreessen Thursday night, with Mrs. Jerry Shields as a guest other than club members. High score bridge prize was won by the hostess; second, Mrs. Donovan Prior; and low, Mrs. Shields. Mrs. Jerry Nichols will be hostess next, March 25. Mrs. Earl Connors was an evening hostess at the Country Club, entertaining EIGHT O'CLOCK Club members and three other guests, Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Milford Collison and Mrs. Mike Wittrock. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Connors, Mrs. Kelly and Mrs. Harold Traner. The club's next party, on March 11, also will be at the Country Club with Mrs. Marvin Collison as hostess. Meeting 'for pinochle in the afternoon were members of the F.O.B. CLUB. Mrs. Leonard Pietig was hostess at Pauline's Cafe. Winners were Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh, high; Erna Langmeier, low; and the hostess, traveling. Mrs. Hesslingh will be hostess next, March 25. Another group that met in the afternoon was the NEW DEAL Club, at the home of Mrs. Fred Ortner. Mrs. William Reicks was an additional guest. Prizes were won by Mrs. Clarence Loneman, Mrs. Ortner, Mrs. Melvin Pietig and Mrs. Louis Hannasch. On March 11 the club will meet with Mrs. Edward Wieland. All members of the 8 C'S CLUB attended the Thursday evening bridge party at Mrs. Paul Venteicher's home. Mrs. Norbert Grote received high score prize; Mrs. Robert Overmohle, second; and Mrs. Gerald Baumhover, traveling. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp, March 18. Mrs. Larry Hurd entertained TRIPLE C Club at her home Thursday night. The group played bridge, with Mrs. Donald Schechinger winning high score prize; Mrs. William Siepker, second; and Mrs. Donald Hagedorn, low. Mrs. Kenneth Auen will be hostess next, March 11. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hinze were among dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Barney at Logan Thursday. Others were Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Champlin, Emma Olerich and Mrs. Enda Weber, all of Council Bluffs. Clubs Meet In Manning Tlmn Herald News Service MANNING — Harfonia Club met on Feb. 18 with Ann Eickman. Winners at cards were Ida Jochimsen, and Nettie Oeser. Mabel Lengeman was low. Happy Hour met with Marie Hagedorn on Feb. 18 with 13 members present. Cards were played with lola Stammer, high; Irene Genzen, low, and lola Stammer receiving the plate prize. Martha Circle met on Feb. 18 for their regular meeting with 8 members attending. Ruby Bucklin gave devotions. Lois Hill gave the lesson, "The Christian and the Law." The hostess was Pauline Graves. . Thru THURS. Feb. 27-Mor. Ev.«. 7 C 9:15 Sun. Mat. 2 < 4:3C NOMINATED ACADEMY AWARDS! INCLUDING BEST PICTURE) The Story It True. SAT. ft SUN. Only FEB. 28 ft 29 At 2 P.M. All Scats 75' :VEIOTHM6NEEVUWMTE>- KHUTOWKFMSTI THURS. Thru WED. Feb. 26-Mar. 3 Evei. Al 7:15*9:15 P.M. George Segafc -Statt Photo K. C. Check to N.H.... Lamar Esbeck, left, executive director of New Hope Village, was given a $500 check by the Knights of Columbus Wednesday night by Grand Knight Frank Hermsen, center, and Tom Schapman, chairman of the group's bingo committee. Most of the money donated Wednesday came from the weekly bingo games. All told, the local Knights have donated about $1,500 to New Hope from Knight-related activities. New Hope Village will be a residence for handicapped persons. It is to be located just east of Fairview Elementary School. 4-H Club News | HALBUR — Eighteen members of the Halbur Community Boys' 4-H Club answered roll call at their Feb. 17 meeting by naming a term in the metric system. Talks were given by Keith Halbur on "Converting Temperature" and "Area Volumes in the System'" by Randy Halbur. After the 7:30 meeting adjourned, lunch was served. A joint meeting of the Grant-Sheridan Jolly Janes and Mount Carmel Merry Makers 4-H clubs was held Klockes Have 40th Anniversary Times Herald News Service MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klocke celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary on Feb. 18 by entertaining their friends and neighbors. Cards were played and prizes won by Mable Lengeman, Janet Gruhn, Margaret Kasperbauer, Margaret Spies, Laura Muhlbauer and Linda Halbur. Lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Mr. and Mrs. Malick Foley spent the week visiting their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Soren Sorensen in St. Louis. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kienast, Snyder, Neb., visited in the John W. Kienast home on Saturday afternoon. S. Americans Visit Auburn Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Sharp and Kimberly Sue, who are missionaries in South America are on furlough. They are visiting in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Presley and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hospelhorn and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Keut and family. Sharp is a nephew of Mrs. Presley, Mrs. Hospelhorn and Mr: Keut. Mrs. Sharp's grandfather is Waldon Keut, Glidden. Afternoon guests of, the Presleys were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jacobs and Jeff, Scott and Dana, Hinton. Mr. and Mrs. L.A. Williamson were Tuesday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Town and family, Missouri Valley, and Sunday guests of Mrs. Annabel Stonehocker and family, Redfield. 4TH BOY STATER Times Herald News Service AUDUBON —Audubon Post 120 of the American Legion has chosen a fourth delegate to Hawkeye Boys State. He is Brian Smith, the son of Mr! and mrs. Duane'Smith of rural Audubon. Earlier, three other Audubon High school students were named delegates but the Audubon Post obtained an allocation for a fourth delegate, making Smith's selection possible, Legion officials explained. Saturday afternoon Feb. 21 in the Farm Bureau meeting room. The meeting was called to order by Amy Daiker. Sue Pudenz led the pledges. Minutes were read by Lora Hagemann and treasurer's report was given by Pam Hagemann. Following a discussion on "line, shape, and texture," roll call was answered by identifying art principles in magazine pictures. Julie Hagemann showed and narrated a set of slides on "Texture in the Home." A demonstration on making pillow covers was given by Lora Hagemann. Activity for the afternoon was the making of fabric flower pots under the direction of the junior leaders, Mary and Julie Hagemann. New officers for the Merry Makers were elected: Deb Wiederin, president; Karen Baumhover, vice president; Joni Pudenz, secretary; Jill Nees, treasurer; Jill Wiederin, historian; Karla Lux, reporter and Linda Baumhover, pledge leader. Record book materials were also distributed to club members. The afternoon closed with a sack lunch. Next meeting will be March 20th. SCOUTBANQUET Cub Scout Pack 113 will hold its annual Blue and Gold awards banquet Sunday, Feb. 29, at the First United Methodist Church fellowship hall, starting at 5:30 p.m. Entertainment will feature the Golden Comets. Harkin Mobile Office to Be Here March 3 Congressman Tom Harkin's mobil congressional office will be in Carroll County again Wednesday, March 3 to hear opinions and requests for assistance from area citizens. The information gathered here will be relayed on to Harkin in Washington. The mobile office is scheduled to be in Carroll at 10 a.m. and will be parked in the. courthouse parking lot. < Ace Club Talks On Bicentennial Ttmi HcraU Nen Servtee ARCADIA — A bicentennial program' was presented by 20 members at the Ace Club meeting held Thursday afternoon in the Mrs. Art Branning home. Presenting the program were Mrs. Warren Andersen. She gave highlights of American history from "I am the Nation" and told about the Living History Farm near Des Moines. Evelyn Hoick told about the e.arly history of Carroll County and Arcadia. She also displayed numerous documents from the years 1860 to 1900. Presiding at the business session was Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman, president. The hostess gift was awarded to Mrs. Walt Lussman. Dessert and coffee were served by Mrs. Branning. Auburn Persons Travel To Minnesota Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mrs. Fred Ennenga and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ennenga, Orthington, Minn., called Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Menck. Mr. and Mrs. James DeVaney, Broomfield, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. John Van Ede and family, Worthington, Minn., were Sunday guests of the women's mother, Mrs. Doris McCoy. Mrs. Harold Gorman spent five days with Jon Davis, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Richard Eccles and son, Matthew, Ogden, wete Saturday guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schulte and Mrs. Anna Schulte -were guests a few days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cled Ribordy, Amaret, Minn. fSoc/'a/ Calendar FRIDAY— 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 TUESDAY— Hospital Auxiliary Board, 9:30a.m. Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Larry Lenz- 'Fortnighters, Mrs. Mike Wittrock Variety Club, Mrs. Darwin Teague Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Julius Kanne J.L.C. Club,/Mrs. Louis Wolterman Pla-Mor, Mrs. 0. H. BCNUClub Meets In Wall Lake Tim*. Herald Nnrt Service WALL LAKE — BCNU Club met last Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Leo Rohde. Prizes were awarded to Emil Schluter, Mrs. Robert Bartlett and Mrs. Vern Obman. Mr. and Mrs. W.J. Geake visited Mrs. Bob Johnson Friday afternoon at St. Joseph's Hospital, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Brotherton spent Sunday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Don Kingfield, Jennifer and Jeanne, Algona. Mrs. Helen Boeckman accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boeckman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Boeckman and Heather to Sioux City where they spent the day Sunday in the James Schreckhome. Bowling Results EAGER BEAVERS LEAGUE Team Standings Points Carroll Lumber 75Va Sir Patrick's 62 Elks 62 . Whaley'Chevrolet 60 Bauer Livestock 59 Olsen& Muhlbauer 53'/j 'Kerp's 48 Dearduff's ..' 47 Tony's Lounge 40 Schlitzers 38 Gold Crest Inn 37 Ed-Mar West. Corral 35'/j Service Masters 30 Petersen Motor .... ; 24Va High Ind. Single Game- Eileen Pettltt 201 Nonie Grote 196 Jane Long 194 High Ind. Three Games— Nonle Grote 511 Eileen Petersen 510 Janean Haukap 508 High Team Single Game- Bauer Livestock 898 Olsen & Muhlbauer 859 Gold Crest Inn 841 High Team Three Games— Bauer Livestock 2522 Olsen & Muhlbauer 2492 Gold Crest Inn 2428 PINSPLITTER LEAGUE Team Standings Points Breda Oil Co 66 Brand's Standard 64 Carroll Bowl 59 Roselle Trio Tavern 55 Pepsi Cola 53 Reuter Inc 50 Flower Loft .• 46 Zeke's Place 45 Breda Fertilizer 44 Center Pharmacy 43 Boeckman's Feed 36 Pabst Blue Ribbon <v . 14 Wittry Tavern 8 Tiefenthaler Repair 5 High Ind. Single Game- Louie Tlmmerman 220 Don Rowe 215 Glenn Koster ' 211 High Ind. Three Games- Bill Bernholtz 528 Tony Reuter ' 526 Louie Tlmmerman 520 High Team Single Game- Center Pharmacy 952 Breda Oil Co 921 Breda Oil Co ' 919 High Team Three Games— Breda Oil Co. , , 2726 Carroll Bowl 2679 Brend's Standard 2676 ' WOODCHOPPERS LEAGUE Team Standings Points Jacobsen Travel Agency 64 Red Carpet Lounge 61 Baddlng Construction Co. ...' 58 Mr. D's 57 Bierl's Parkway Furniture 54 Trausch Fertilizer Co 49 Sharp Florist ..' ..,. 48 Personal Lenders 44 Best Western Motel 41 Foley's Rest Home 41 Hawkeye National Life Ins 36 Old Milwaukee/ 34 Kennebeck Trucking ; 29 Kanne Construction Co. 28 High Ind. Single Gamt— GinKnobbe 203 Julie Behn 193 Jerl White 179 High Ind. Three Games— JeriWhite 531 Gin Knobbe 527 Sherry Snyder 490 High Team Single Game- Mr. D's 817 Red Carpet 811 Red Carpet 770 High Ttam Three Games- Red Carpet 2327 Mr.D's 2283 Hawkeye National Life Ins 2182 MAY HOLD HEARINGS DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Joint public hearings with the Iowa Commerce Commission and the U.S. Nuclear Regulatory Commission may be held regarding an .atomic power plant proposed by Iowa Power and Light Co., commission chairman Maurice Van Nostrand said Thursday. Alesch Boy In Hospital Tlnni HenM Ncwi Service CARNARVON — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Alesch took their son to the hospital in Des Moines : 6'n Friday fo'r treatment and observation.' Mrs. Gene Boeckman and Mrs. Roland Thorpe were business callers in Fort Dodge Friday. Mrs. Merle Dumdei entered the hospital in Sac City for treatment and observation. She returned home Saturday. HOSPITALIZED Frank Sturm, Carroll, is a patient at the Veterans' Hospital, Des Moines. His address is: V.A. Hospital, Ward 2A, room 225. Des Moines. 50310. Juergens Town and Country, Mrs. Walter Seyller F.N.W. Euchre, Mrs. Hugo Wessling Community Club, Mrs. Louis Bueltel Players 8, Mrs. LeRoy Lynch A. B. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark High Bidders, Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Finessettes, Mrs. Thomas Schapman WEDNESDAY— U.M.W. general meeting U.P.W. general meeting H.G. Club, Mrs. Ed Miller Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Arnold Havermann Golden Circle euchre Church Services FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1620 North Adams Street Carroll, Iowa Ernest W. Larson, Minister Marilyn Reimenschneider, Education Assistant Sunday- O^S a.m. Church School 10:30 a.m. Family Worship. Holy Communion. 5:30 p.m. Blue & Gold ^Banquet Monday— 12:00 noon Carroll Clergy Meeting at Tony's 3:30 p.m. Brownies Tuesday— 9:^0 a.m. Bible Study 3:30p.m. Girl Scouts Wednesday— 9:30 a.m. UMW Executive Board meeting 1:00 p.m. UMW Luncheon and General meeting. Circle II will be in charge. Program by Marilyn Reimenschneider. 3:30 p.m. Confirmation 7:OOp.m.Sr.UMYF • 8:00 p.m. Finance Committee Thursday— 9:00a.m. Quilting 3:30 p.m. Children's Choir 6:30 p.m. Girl Scouts 8:00 p.m. Chancel Choir MOST MOVIES SATURDAY—10:30 MAROONED starring Gregory Peck Richard Crenna, 'LATE LATE MOVIE William Shatner in THE GLORY SHOUTER TV KCCI-TV • DES MOINES ASCENSION LUTHERAN CHURCH South Fifth Avenue Coon Rapids, Iowa Keith Filler, Pastor Sunday^ -••>•.•!• ••">' 9:15 a.m. Sunday School ".10:30 a.m. Worship Service Monday— 1:30 p.m. Bible Study Leaders Meeting Wednesday— 7:30 p.m. Ash Wednesday Lenten Service — Holy Communion 8:30 p.m. Church Council will meet after worship service Friday— 2:00 p.m. Community World Day of Prayer Service at the United Methodist Church MOST MOVIES FRIDAY—10:30 DOCTOR'S WIVES ; starring Dyan Cannon Gene Hackman LATE LATE MOVIE Robert Young in CLAUDIA 8 TV KCCI.TV • DES MOINES OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 WED. & FRI. TILL 9 p.m. SHOP and SAVE at it's tfie living ei\cf! Furniture HEY GIRLS! IT'S LEAP YEAR . . . ^ This year it's up to you to make the moye and the best move, to make is taking him to a delicious meal at Tony's. The old saying "The best way to a man's heart is through his stomach" is true you know, so treat him right and he might, not run so hard! FULL SERVICE RESTAURANT PARTY RESERVATIONS — DIAL 792-9123 Jet. Hwy. 71 & 30 Carroll

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