Morlan, Drury Vows Are Spoken Cindy Morlan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Morlan of Carroll, became the bride of Jay Drury of Carroll in a 3 p.m. ceremony Feb. 29 at the United Presbyterian Church here. The groom's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drury of Marshalltown. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson officiated at the double ring wedding that was followed by a reception at the church. Mrs. Don Severin was organist and Beth Worse Off After Appeal •Omu HtnM Newi Service AUDUBON — A Gray motorist who appealed a conviction for drag racing found things tougher after the appeal. Robert Henry Ladehoff Jr., 19, was charged last June 8 by State Trooper Don Nelsen of Avoca. Nelsen said he was driving his private auto when he came over a hill on a paved road east of Audubon and saw what he suspected was preparation for a drag race between Ladehoff and another driver. Nelsen drove by and then waited for the race over the next hill. Ladehoff was found guilty on July 7 and Magistrate Joe Sklenar sentenced him to 15 days in the county jail. Ladehoff's attorney, Harold DeKay of Atlantic, appealed the conviction and the appeal was heard last week by District Judge Harold Martin. Martin affirmed the conviction but added five days to the sentence imposed by the magistrate. He increased the jail term for Ladehoff to 20 days. ENLISTS IN A.F. Douglas E. Rohe, 17, son of Mrs. Mildred Rohe, Route 2, Manning, has enlisted in the Air Force Delayed Enlistment Program and is slated to begin four years of active duty with the United States Air Force in August. At that time, he will attend six weeks of basic training at Lackland Military Training Center, San Antonio, Tex. Following basic he will receive training in the mechanical career field. Rohe attends Manning Community High School. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, March 3, 1976 Volquartsen, vocal soloist. White and green carnations were featured in the church setting. Miss Morlan, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs. John Heuton as matron of honor and the groom's sister, Roxanne Drury, bridesmaid. Best man was Dave Mayer and groomsman, Danny Mayer. Ring bearer was Brad Ridout. Guests were ushered by Tim Ridout, Dan Sullivan and Craig Drury. The bride wore a gown of white velvet accented with Chantilly lace. Lace also enhanced her three-tiered veil,. Her bouquet featured white baby roses, tea roses and greenery. Mrs. Heuton and Miss Drury were attired ' in empire-style gowns of emerald green. Each carried a long-stemmed mum. Mr. and Mrs. Drury are graduates of LeGrand and Carroll High Schools, respectively. She is employed at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Mr. Drury, at Means Service Center. They will reside at 119 E. Ninth St., Carroll. Cheese and Wine Tasting Party for BSP A cheese and wine tasting party followed a brief business session at a meeting of Epsilon Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Larry Lenz. Seven guests from Xi Gamma Pi chapter attended in addition to 19 Epsilon Chi members. The program, "A Woman Chooses," presented by Mrs. Donald Oleson and Mrs. .Terrence Sexton, featured a personal need analysis. In the library report given by Mrs. William D. Kurth, she briefly reviewed "No Language But a Cry" by Dr. Richard D. Ambrosio, "The Doctors Mayo" by Helen Clapesattle, and "Unquiet Soul.— Biography of Charlotte Bronte" by Margot Peters. The group played charades for entertainment. Epsilon Chi's next meeting is set for March Ifrat the home of Mrs. James Myrtue. ATTEND RITES AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Louis Timmerman have returned from Fort Atkinson, where they attended funeral, services for her aunt, Mrs. Frank Ba'rloon. They also visited relatives at St. Charles and Mankato, Minn. Future Bride ... Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Janning of Lidderdale announce the" engagement of their daughter. Mary, of Denver, Colo., to Ray Peacock of Arvada, Colo., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Peacock of . Arvada. Miss Janning is employed by Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co., and her fiance is a diesel mechanic with H.W. Moore Equipment Co. in Denver. A June 19 wedding is being planned. 150 Attend Calf Meeting Dr. Robert Bellows spoke on "Calving Problems and How to Deal With Them" at an educational extension meeting • at the Elks'Club Tuesday. Bellows is an animal scientist with the U.S. Range Experiment Station in Montana. About 150 persons attended the meeting. The next Carroll County extension meeting will be March 16. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Tony Starman of Maquoketa and their son Barry, on a 30-day Navy, leave, left Tuesday morning after a four-day visit here with their mothers, Mrs. Catherine Starman and Mrs. Susan Nieland, and Mrs. Stanman's grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Lappe, and other relatives including the Paul Mayers and Louis Starmans. Joining them here Sunday was their daughter, Debbie, who teaches at Corpus Christ! School in Fort Dodge. Barry Starman has been re-assigned to Guam for 18 months. En route home the Starmans visited Mr. and 1 Mrs. Jerome Kasperbauer of Manning and Mrs. Milo Rees of Guthrie Center. TO SHOW FILM The Carroll Mental Health Association will show a film at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the Iowa Public Service building. The film, "Journey, "is open to the public. I can't believe I upholstered the whole thing for less than $ 17! I saved almost 50% on the fabric and all of the labor cost—I did it myself. Tremendous selection of 54" upholstery fabrics It's just exciting to see this great selection of colorful, decorative upholstery fabrics. All 54" wide, all great values. Choose your favorite. .nd Yard ; Askforyourcopyofthefreefolder"How toreupholster". It gives step-by-step instructions on reupholstering your chairs, sofas, love seats. Remember you can make beautiful slipcovers, bedspreads, tablecloths, too. Carroll, Iowa Many Card Clubs Had Parties Tuesday Mrs. James Duncan entertained the G.T.O.B. CLUB at her home Tuesday afternoon. Additional guests were Mrs. Dan Quinn, Mrs. George Marget and Mrs. James Houlihan. After four rounds of contract, prizes were awarded to Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier, Mrs. Quinn and Mrs. Marget. Meeting in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. 0. H. Juergens were PLA-MORE Club members and two other guests, Mrs. Colette Bock and Mrs. Milford Collison. High score prize was won by Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum and second, Mrs. L. R. Chapman. On March 16 the club will meet with Mrs. Edward Reardon. Mrs. O. J. Bemholtz was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the HIGH BIDDERS Club and Mrs. Lambert Thelen at Tony's Restaurant. Bridge prizes were given to Mrs. L. B. Westendorf, Mrs. Thelen, Mrs. Marvin Collison and Mrs. Felix Langenfeld. Mrs. Ed Schroeder will have the next party, March 16. Pinochle was played at the afternoon party of the. COMMUNITY Club at Mrs. Louis Bueltel's home. High score prize went to Mrs. Ed Lenz; second, Mrs. Frank Thielen; traveling, Mrs. B. L. Baumhover; and tally, Mrs. Leo Berning, who will be hostess next on March 16. Mrs. William Pudenz was a guest outside club membership. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the A. B. Spring 4-H Horse Show Set The Spring 4-H Horse Show sponsored by the Iowa State University Block and Bridle Club will be held Saturday, May 1, at the Iowa State Fairgrounds starting at 8 a.m., according to Bob Millender, Extension 4-H and Youth leader. The show is approved by the state 4-H office. It is composed of 17 classes. Entries are due at the Carroll County.extension office Mar. 30. MORE DONATIONS The Greteman Agency and Mid-Iowa Insurance Associates, Inc. each contributed $50 to the Carroll band boosters' uniform fund. Their names were left off the list provided The Daily Times Herald Tuesday. CLUB, at the home of Mrs. R. J. Clark. Bridge winners were Mrs. Leo Schueller, who was an additional guest, and Mrs. Merle Stevens. The March 16 party will be at Mrs. Verdis Hansen'shome. Mrs. Julius Kanne was hostess to POMPTAE SOMATEO Club at her home Tuesday evening. Guests other than members for four tables of bridge were Mrs. Daryl Winker, Mrs. Leo Winnike, Mrs. Clara Stroh, Thelma Winnike, Mrs. George Walden and Mrs. Betty Hoehl. Mrs. Winker and Mrs. Winnike received guest prizes and club prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lyle Thelen, Mrs. Albert Nagl and Mrs. Omer Langenfeld. Mrs. Elmer Wille will entertain next, March 18. Bridge was played at the Tuesday evening party of the FORTNIGHTERS, at Mrs. Mike Wittrock's home. Mrs. John J. Heider and Mrs. Marvin Collison received score prizes. The next party will be held April 6 at the home of Mrs. Frank Balk. Playing bridge at Mrs. Thomas Schapman's home were members of the FINESSETTES Club and two other guests, Mrs. Wilbert Lussman and Mrs. Roland Griffith. Prizes were awarded at the close of the evening to Mrs. Jay Krogh, high; Mrs. Thomas Wandel, second; and Mrs. Donald Wenck, low. On March 24 the club will meet with Mrs. Ewald Stock. Mrs. Hugo Wessling was an evening hostess, entertaining the F.N.W. EUCHRE Club at her home. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Mrs. Anna Hausman received high score prizes; Mrs. EdHannaschand Mrs. Leo Augustine, second; and Mrs. Vincent Ricke, traveling.. The next hostess will be Mrs. Augustine, March 16. The TOWN AND COUNTRY Club was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Walter Seyller, whose additional guest was Mrs. Leo •• SchuelterrPrize winneWwerfe'' the hostess, Mrs. Joe Pick and Mrs. Schueller. The club will meet next with Mrs. Christina Taphorn, March 16. Mrs. LeRoy Lynch of Glidden hosted the PLAYERS 8 Club at her home Tuesday night. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Myron Sievers, high; Mrs. Elmer Heiman, second; and Mrs. James Louis, low. Mrs. Robert Overmohl 1 will entertain next. March 16. Rehabilitative Care Need is Emphasized The need for rehabilitative care in nursing homes was emphasized by Mrs. Donald (Wanda) Stephenson, Scranton, at the St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary meeting Tuesday morning. The St. Anthony Nursing Home Supervisor outlined future plans for such care at the nursing home. Mrs. H.K. Richardson reported on a Feb. 17 meeting on health care issues pending before the legislature. Hospital Administrator Robert Blincow followed her report. He spoke of the importance of public knowledge of these issues and how they affect the costs of hospital care. March 14-20 was announced as Hospital Volunteer Week in Iowa. The next meeting will be 9:30 a.'m. on April 6. Two Couples Are Honored Tlmei Herild Ntm Service MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. John Fonken and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kldcke were guests of honor at a Homemakers Club anniversary party Sunday at the American Legion hall here. The Fonkens were celebrating their fifth anniversary and the Klockes, their 40th. The party also was a farewell courtesy for the Klockes. Cards were played and prizes awarded. Sixteen couples attended besides the honorees. D.M. Haircuts Raised to $4 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Barbers in Des Moines intend to charge $4 per haircut instead of the current $3.75. Wesley C. Bond; president of Journeymen Barbers Local 43 said Tuesday that a contract that would boost the prices was approved by 90 per cent of the barbers who voted. The 150 barbers in the Des Moines area plan to begin charging the higher rate as soon as approval arrives from the international union. «Vwli ;'il;.i HONORED Mary Schreck of Dedham was recently honored at the annual scholarship recognition tea at Iowa Central Community College, Webster City Center from the English Department for her contribution to that department and her scholastic achievement. The award was given in the form of a cash scholarship from department representative. Eugene Gray. |Sbc/cr/ Calendar BRENNY'S MARKET WEST 3RD STREET PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY. MAR. 9 U.S.D.A. CHOICE BEEF CHUCK ROAST 69 Lb. Whole Pork Loin Perch Fillets Sliced Large Bologna . Pork loin Roast.... U.M 19 ' .lb. U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Chuck Steak 89< lb 99< 89< .Lb. KRAFT VELVEETA CHEESE 2-Lbs. $159 1 Banquet Pears Wilderneit Cherry Pie Filling Tenderaweet 303 Can Corn Whitney Salmon... ...V/i Can .No. 2 Can 45< «forH°° *l 29 Franco American IS-Oz. Spaghetti Welch'* Grape Jelly ..1-lb. Can Can .32-Ox. Jar Kraft Tartar Sauce, Nettle's Chocolate Quik .32-Oi. 99< 49< $]59 Kraft Sliced Cheese .3-lDt. LARGE HEAD LETTUCE Each 25 GRADE A WHOLE FRYERS 46 Lb. Morr.ll AH Meal Franks ....12-01. pfc 8 . Ground Beef 69- Lb. 3-lbf. Maple River Sliced Bacon n. g . Homemade Country Style Sausage ; I D . Baby Beef Liver . lb . 1 O ' v 39« TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT io, 0 . 69 ***.*. 69< Swam Down Angel Food Cake Mix ........ iff.":., ...... : A.E. t*t\+ Cottage Cheese 24-0, O7 C Foodland Soft Oleo Teddy Bear ey ear ****.+ Toilet Tissue ........ „ ..„. 99< Guy«' Potato Chips..... Twin Pal, Old Home Butter Top o A Bread ................... 2 for 89 Snack Bars .......... „ . ok 99* Old Milwaukee m *e% Beer .................. lt M $2 49 Schmidt Bottle + ^ - ^ Beer ......... ......... ,,r* $ -2 19 MARINER FISH STICKS 2-Lb. Box 99 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 STOP Club, 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY- Golden Circle Pesticide Applicator Session Set Carroll County farmers interested in becoming certified private applicators of pesticides are invited to a training meeting March 16 at the Elks Club in Carroll. The session will start at 10 a.m. and continues until 2:30 p.m., Roland Lickteig, Carroll County extension director, announced. Purpose is to prepare farmers for a private pesticide applicator examination to be given March 19, at the Carroll County Court House by an . Iowa Department of Agriculture staff. However, Lickteig said, the training session also serves • the basic need for farmers to keep up on agricultural pesticides. The information presented will help farmers use pesticides economically, effectively and safely. The reason for certifying farmers as private pesticide applicators is that Congress in 1972 required pesticides use to be categorized as either "general" or "restricted." Restricted use pesticides are those that can cause human injury or environmental damage even when used as directed on the label. Farmers who wish to apply restricted use pesticides on land they own or rent must be certified as private applicators ... or apply the pesticide under the direct supervision of an applicator who is certified. Deadline for certifying applicators is October 21,1977. But it's wise for farmers to become certified early, Lickteig said. Ordinarily certification will be good for three years, but certification issued now will be good until October 21,1980. MOVETOYETTER AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. David Timmerman and sons Shaun and Chad, formerly of Chattanooga, Tenn., have moved t o t h e i r newly-purchased farm near Yetter. Mr. Timmerman has resigned his position as electronic technician for Southern Railroads and will enter farming operations with his father, Louis Timmerman, and brother, Dean. SATURDAY— Golden Circle 'TODim LUXUKV i JlwattW )•*•'* M.1I UMMWWI T«M Tl CARROLL. IOWA • 792 9O96 MARCH 5 Thru 11 7 DAYS! Evet. Al 7:30 * 9:30 P.M. J ||lllll||!lllllll|||llllll|||ltllll|||IIIIN|||IIHII|| _ Sun. Mat. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 UZA GENE MINNEUJ BUR IUCKMAN HCVNOU1 LUCKY LADY CARROLL. IOWA * 792 9096 3 DAYS ONLY Mar. 4-5-6 THURS.-SAT. Evet. From 7:15 Sat. « Sun. Mat At 1 its Only MlllHUllll ||IIHIlL!lllllll|||llll»l|lll"llt|i IDHNEW MMMMM 1 " DOUBLE FEATURE!, PLUS CO-HIT ' "WALT DISNEY'S WILD LIFE ADVENTURES" iiiiihiiiiiiiliiniiiiliMiiiiilliiiiiiilliiiiiH iili" | niniii"iniiii"imiiiHiiinn"iiiiir SUN.-THURS. 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