Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 2, 1976 · Page 4
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Chapters to Enter Float In Parade The two local chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority — Xi Gamma Pi and Epsilon Chi — are making plans to enter a float in the community's bicentennial parade scheduled for June 26. The bicentennial celebration was discussed extensively at a meeting of Xi Gamma Pi chapter Monday night at the home of Mrs. Dean Fredrickson. The women also finished detail work relative to the 1976 Easter Seal fund drive. Seals are to be mailed to Carroll RE-SCHEDULE O.E.S. The March meeting of Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, which was canceled Monday night because of weather conditions, has been re-scheduled for next Monday, March 8, at 8 p.m. in the Masonic Temple. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Times Herald, Carroll, la. A Tuesday, March 2, 1976 "t County residents March 9. Members will join the other chapter for a wine and cheese party at the home of Mrs. Larry Lenz tonight. Co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Glenn Lockhart, at whose home the next meeting will be held, March 15. Hays Infant Is Baptized Clinton Sean Hays, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Hays of Carroll, was baptized Feb. 29 by the Rev. Patrick Walsh at St Lawrence Church. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. David A. Kock of Maple River. Guests in the Hays home afterward for lunch and a social evening were the godparents, Mr. and Mrs. R.T. Kock, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock Jr. and daughters, Sue Kock and Bill Schrad. Clinton was born Feb. 13 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and has two brothers, Nathan and Jared. Grandparents are the Orville Kocks of Carroll and Byron Hays of Truth or Consequences, N.M. To Wed . .. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brimeyer of Holy Cross announce the engagement of their daughter. Connie, to Myron Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Laurel Williams of Iowa Falls. A May 29 wedding is planned. Miss Brimeyer will graduate from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, in May. Mr. Williams is employed at the Carroll Daily Times Herald. RENEW LICENSE LAKE VIEW — The liquor license for Greg's Place was renewed by the Lake View City Council Monday night. Greg's Place is owned by Greg Brownley. Five Win Card Prizes Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at two tables Monday afternoon at their clubrooms. Winners were Mrs. Vincent Ricke, high; Leonard Pietig, second; Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden. third; Mr. Ricke, traveling; and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, tally. Awards to 3 at Kuemper Three Kuemper High School students have received certificates of merit for achievement by Scholastic Awards. They are Katie Greteman, Marilyn Bueltel and Jean O'Leary. The three were given the awards in competition with about 1,300 art students in the southwest Iowa regional exhibition in Des Moines. Awards are conducted nationally by Scholastic Magazines, Inc. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a special meeting in the office of the superintendent in the High School building in Manning at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 3. ' spurgeons Spring Coat Sale 20% off This Week Only! Entire stock ladies' 100% polyester coats Reg. $17.99-$35 . . . now 14.3928.80 Don't miss this opportunity to save on our entire stock of new Spring arrivals — nothing held back! You'll find full-length and pantcoats, styled with the latest fashion details plus well-tailored classics in solids and patterns- all 100% polyester. Hurry in for best selection in misses' and women's sizes. Embroidered P.V.C. jackets for mothers and daughters 15 19 Misses' Reg. $18.99 12 79 Girls' Reg. $15.99 It's the western look for casual wear with pants or skirts . . . top- stitched to show off the handsome detailing with colorful floral motifs embroidered on front and back yokes plus pocket flaps. With easy- on snap front in easy-to-clean soft, supple poly vinyl chloride. Misses' and girls' sizes. Hurry in for savings, sale ends March 6. Try Spurgeon's Beauty Salon Phone 792-1656 Mrs. Kenneth Brady Mrs. Brady Honored at VA Hospital Mrs. Kenneth Brady of Omaha was awarded the Director's Commendation Award at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Omaha recently. She is the former Jean Schreck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Schreck of Dedham and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brady of Carroll. Presented by Hospital Administrator Sam Birdzell, the award is one of the highest given to a civilian government employe. Mrs. Brady is a staff nurse in the hospital's intensive care unit. She was recognized for her high level of performance when accompanying a cardiac patient by plane to the VA Hospital in Madison, Wis., where he was to undergo open heart valvular surgery. During ,the flight she administered life-sustaining measures under difficult conditions in the absence of proper assistance or equipment when the patient suffered cardiac arrest. After landing. Mrs. Brady continued to administer life-saving procedures until the patient was admitted tq the facility in Madison. Mrs. Brady graduated in 1968 from Kuemper High School and in 1972, from Creighton University. ii Reactivation • of DAV Unit Being Sought Some members of the long-inactive Carroll chapter of the Disabled American Veterans are attempting to reorganize the group. Commander Steve Rowan of Wall Lake said anyone interested in the group should contact him or Marvin Nuetzman, also of Wall Lake. Anyone disabled in the service or service-related activity is eligible to join. The prime function of the DAV is to help establish claims on behalf of disabled vets to attempt to get help from the government. Rowan' said. An individual vet cannot do much to get a claim put through, he added. The closest active chapters are in Storm Lake,and Des Moines. Rowan said. One aim of Rowan is to have "a full-time service officer located in Carroll. The DAV chapter has been inactive for about 20 years, Rowan said. The chapter has been in existence since at least 1945, he added. , There are no boundary limits set up for the local chapter to serve. 40-Hour Pins Awarded at RSVP Event Mrs. John Swearingen, Mrs. Mary Hoffman and Mrs. Leo Greteman were presented with 40-hour pins for service in the Retired Senior Volunteer Program at an RSVP luncheon Friday at the Elks' Club. The pins "were awarded by Elmer Walz, who extended the welcome to the 44 persons attending the 12:30 luncheon. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Swearingen and Mrs. Velma Crovisier. Mr. Swearingen also spoke briefly and Mrs. Edward Reardon played the piano for sing-along. Entertainment also included bingo. The group's next gathering is being planned for April, with Mrs; Leone Jensen, Mrs. James Houlihan and Mrs. Gertrude Meinhardt as hostesses. 18 Weigh at STOP Club Eighteen members of STOP (Sensibly Take Off Pounds) Club weighed in for the weekly meeting Thursday at 408 W. 7th St. Total weight loss was 30'/z pounds and gain, 7 pounds, since the previous week. Three new members attended the meeting. Five were named winners of the week-long diet pop contest; other prizes also were given. In the end-of-the-month contest, two members took first prizes with 9-pound losses each. Two others each lost VK pounds and another, 7 pounds. Social Calendar] Save This Week and Charge It or Use Our Free Lay-Away at Spurgeon's FRI. Thru THURS. Feb. 27-Mar. Evei. 7*9:15 Sun. Mat. 2 ft 4:3C NOMINATED FOR 6 ACADEMY AWARDS! INCLUDING BEST PICTURE! The Story < True. THURS. Thru WED. Feb. 26-Mar. 3 Evei. At 7:15*9:15 P.M. George segam HILARIOUS COMEDY! Plan Wedding ... Kim S. Prill, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs.. Verlin Prill of Glidden, will become the bride of Ross A. Hein in a Sept. 4 ceremony at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lidderdale. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Hein of Carroll. Miss Prill is employed at the First National Bank in Glidden. Her fiance attends Des ' Moines Area Community College in Ankeny and is employed by Pidgeon's Furniture Store in Des Moines. Halbur Sets Fiscal Budget HALBUR — A budget of $53.256". was adopted Monday for fiscal year 1976 by the Halbur City Council. The city will tax $7.59 per $1,000 of property valuation. Arcadia Oks New Budget ARCADIA — A budget of $82.716 was adopted by the Arcadia City Council Monday night. City Clerk Art Diers said. The estimated taxes per $1.000 valuation is $8.07 Budget Set By Glidden GLJDDEN — A $271,143 budget was okayed by the Glidden City Council Monday night. The city will tax $8.05 per $1.000 of property valuation. TUESDAY— Hospital Auxiliary Board, 9:30 a.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. Heartland Largest of State's AEAs Heartland Education agency, composed of Carroll and 10 other counties, is the "largest and most diverse" of 15 similar agencies in Iowa, K.W. Miller of Ankeny, chief administrator, told the Carroll Rotary Club Monday night. Miller and three other members of the Area Education Agency, Dr. Bruce Lombard, Tim Pepper and David Farrell, participated in the program. They were introduced by the Rev. Allan M. Peterson. Heartland is at the front of a growing national trend toward regional service centers, Miller said. It contains 63 local school districts ranging in size from Des Moines to some of the smallest, most rural educational settings in the state. There are 375 buidings in the district, more than 130,000 children, nearly 6,000 teachers and administrators, learning and teaching in the area. Miller stressed that Heartland, formed from former County Boards of Education, is set up "to be responsive to the needs of the area" now and in the future. Dr. Michael J. Hall of Carroll is one of the agency's nine board members. Miller said "helping and serving are basic to the agency; it does not run schools» it helps schools run themselves more effectively, efficiently and economically." The agency delivers special education,'.educational media and educational services. Spending per child over the area, Miller said, is $54.13. AEA finances are obtained from local property taxes and the state school foundation aid program. For AEA 11, $24.93 is raised from local property taxes by being added on top of the local school tax asking. The remaining $29.20 is raised through state aid. Counties included in AEA 11. besides Carroll, are Audubon, Guthrie, Boone, Dallas. Madison, Warren, Polk, Story, Jasper and Marion. 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 THURSDAY— Clio Club, IPS , Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS N.B.C. Club, Mrs. John Kean Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz „ T.E G. Club, Mrs. Josef Martin E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Ray Riesberg Mental Health Association is Club's Topic George Volk spoke on the s goals of the local Mental Health Association at the Kiwanis Club meeting Monday morning. The club members viewed a film dealing with mental health. Volk is the organizer of the Carroll Mental Health Association. ''Eye Gate," an instructional aide to be used by the school, was purchased by the club in cooperation with , the Carroll Community School system. It will help identify children with perceptual type "learning disabilities," Program Chairman Bill Kersting reported. Lou Walsh joined the club and Ed Staiert was a guest at the meeting. Templeton Sets Budget TEMPLETON - A budget of $162,079.66 for fiscal year 1976 was adopted by the Templeton City Council Monday night. The city will tax $8.10 per $1,000 of property valuation. The fire department's budget for the next fiscal year was set. The city will pay $1,000 and Eden Township will pay $1,500 into the fire department's working budget. In other business, Mario Feick was issued a building permit for a storage building. A building permit was approved for Leon Fuchs for an addition to his home. 12 Exposure Roll KODAKorGAF COLOR FILM DEVELOPING and Printing *o<97 >J *4 79 New Borderless Prints FAST SERVICE SERNETT FAMILY CENTER Westgate Mall BEEF on,. PORK Freezer Specials! Prices Good Thru Sat., Mar. 6 Only PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW! BEEF Sides ....ib.74 e Fronts u>. 65* Hinds..........ib.83 c Chucks ib.67 c Full Rounds ib. 87 C Sir loin Blocks.... Lb.M 57 Beef Loins......Lb. $ l 14 PORK Loins ib. $ l 19 Boston Butts .. u>. $ 1 0§ Boneless Hams Lb.M 45 All meat cut, wrapped, and frozen to your specifications, ready for locker or freezer BERNHOLTZ BROS Phone 792-4242 Cloud Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Alto, we sell Egg*, M«att and Butter

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