Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 4, 1976 · Page 4
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JUNIORS Jeans Pants Shirts Skirts Sweaters PACIFIC TRAIL! Leather Look — Leather Feel. Shirt Jacket Belted Jacket LADIES! Still Lots Of * Pant Suits, Dresses, i Coats, Sportswear... All At White Elephant Prices Ellerbroek's Meals and Activities Programs Activities and meals for the Carroll congregate meal program for next week at the Masonic Temple, 527Vi N. Adams St. are listed below. The meals are served at noon. Monday — Roast beef, potatoes and gravy, mixed vegetables, fruit salad and bread pudding. Tuesday — Turkey, potatoes au gratin, creamed green peas, lime jello with pears, cherry cobbler. Wednesday — Beef stroganoff over rice, relish plate, cottage cheese with fruit cocktail and lemon pudding, A representative from the social security office will speak and answer questions. Thursday — Chicken, potatoes and gravy, broccoli, cherry jello with cherries, homemade bread, peach upside down cake. Friday — Tuna casserole, green beans, peaches, chocolate chip cookies. The March birthdays will be celebrated. Cecelia Eltgroth will provide entertainment. Carroll Recreation Department The following lists the activities for the next week at the Court View Apartments, 514 N. Court St. They are open to all Carroll residents age 60 and older. Monday through Friday — 10a.m. —Crafts Monday: 2:30 p.m. — "Ads, Ads, All Aimed at Us." Discussion and slide presentation on commercial adver- Of Carroll Westgate Mall MARCH 5 Thru 11 7 DAYS! Evei. At 7:30 t 9:30 P.M. _ UZA = GENE MINNELII BUBT ~ IIACXMAN REVNOUM LUCKY _ LADY ... •IIIIUIIlHllllll IIIHIHIIIIIIIII I Ill* 3 DAYS ONLY Mar. 4-5-6 THURS.-SAT. Evei. From 7:15 Sat. (Sun. Mat At 1:15 Only DOUBLE FEATURE! nus CO-HIT b "WALT DISNEY'S WILD [ LIFE ADVENTURES" MIR* llllllllllHlllllt1lll|||||ll«llllllt* SUN.-THURS. MAR. 5-11 Eves. 7:15 « 9:15 P.M. «||llllll|||llllll|||IIIHIUlllUI Hllliilll Sun. At 5:15-7:15-9:15 IT'S BACK 5 DAYS ONLY! HEAR THE NO. 1 SONG! I "MAHOGANY'S THEME" I Diana Ross flllllllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll mm MOST (UUIIIUl INUTK HURRY! NOW Thru MAR. 11 Evei. 7 t 9:15, Sun. 1, 7 t 9:IS George C. Scott ' The Great Entertainment . Adventure of Our Time! "The Hindcnburg i n MAR. 5-11 7 « 9 P.M. Sal. I Sun. Mai At 2:00 ^^v MMT Tlmt« Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, March 4, 1976 Using and the effect it has on our lives. Tuesday: 2:30 p.m. — Games and Quizzes. This week's theme is famous people. Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. — Sing-A-Long. Thursday: 2:30 p.m. — Laurel and Hardy movies, "Music Box" and "Night Owls" Friday: 2:30 p.m. — Guest speaker Annica Cronsell, foreign exchange student from Sweden. U.S. Funds to Church's Day Care Unit The Happy Times Day Care Center and Pre-school received a federal grant for $2,829 on Wednesday, the Rev. Paul Pillow, board president of the center, announced. The money will be used to build a playground and improve the lighting in the center, he said. The improvements will help the center meet state guidelines for day care facilities. In order to be eligible for the grant, at least 50 per cent of the children enrolled had to come from familes below the median income average of the state, he said. The center is now receiving federal food subsidies. "The program is the same as the one used for the public school lunch programs," Mr. Piljow said. Children from lower income families receive meals at a reduced price. A noon lunch and two supplemental snacks are served at the center. Federal surplus foods like peanut butter, canned meats, vegetables, and fruits are included in the program. According to Pillow, the day care center was eligible for the food program because it is a non-profit organization. Children ages 2- to 5-years-old may attend the school, Monday through Friday. •Illliillllllliiillllllimflttiiilllllliiillltliiml* The Happy Times Day care Center announces the sponsorship Of the Special Food Service Program. This program, which is available to eligible children from families living in areas of poor economic conditions, and areas of high concentrations of ^working mothers is designed primarily to provide meals to children in child-care institutions, recreation programs, etc. Meals are available at no separate charge to all children under 21 who are enrolled without regard to race, color, or national origin. Chit-Chat Club Meets Mrs. Arnold Havermann entertained Chit-Chat Club members and another guest, Mrs. Ronald Riesberg, at her home Wednesday evening. High score bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Roger Kanne; second, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback; and low, Mrs. Glen Heithoff. Mrs. Heithoff will be hostess next. March 17. ON DAIRY COMMITTEE MANNING — George Opperman, Manning, has been named to serve on the Iowa Farm Bureau dairy commodity advisory committee for 1976. The committee will meet as needed to make recommendations to the organization's board of directors on topics related to the commodities they represent. ARRIVES FOR DUTY U.S. Air Force Major James C. Kasperbauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kasperbauer, Rt. 2, Manning, has arrived for duty at Andrews AFB, Md. He is a procurement management office with a unit of the Air Force Systems Command and previously served at Norfolk, Va. A 1955 graduate of Manning High School, he received his B.E. degree in 1965 from the University of Nebraska at Omaha and his M.A. degrees in 1973 and 1975 from Central -Michigan University. In Who's Who . . . Diane Reicks, daughter of Mrs. Larry Reicks, 127 N. Walnut St., has been' chosen for listing in the forthcoming edition of Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Miss Reicks is a senior in music education at Benedictine College, Atchison, Kan. Two Named to Parish Board At Dedham DEDHAM — Mrs. Maurice Hoffman and Mrs. Gaylord Stangl were selected to be on the parish council at the regular meeting of St. Joseph Guild, held here recently after a 7:30 mass. Mrs. Danny Hoffman conducted the business meeting; Scripture was read by Mrs. Louis Brincks. Members were asked to continue saving canceled stamps for missions. Used greeting and Christmas cards brought to the meeting also will be sent to missions. It was announced that a DCCW retreat will be held later in March at Grand Junction. Attention was called to social events March 13 at the parish hall in Willey and March 20 at the parish hall here, after evening masses, , for the benefit of the sphool. The group also discussed purchasing carpet for the church. Prizes were awarded to Mrs.. Mayme Weitl, Mrs. Clarence Fledderman and Mrs. Alvin Hoffman. A. crocheted flag was given to Mrs. Herman Haukap. Mrs. Alfred Peter gave the February Circle report. St. Patrick's Day table decorations were used when lunch was served. The rest of the evening was spent playing games. Shower for Miss Heithoff DEDHAM'- A miscellaneous shower held Sunday at St. Joseph's hall here honored Nancy Heithoff, bride-elect of Ronald Bowman. Following a piano selection by Sachiko Asai, the guests played bingo. Mrs. Ted Meiners Jr. received'the .door prize; Mrs. Howard Weitl, anniversary prize and Mrs. Delbert Von Bon, plate prize. Lunch was served-. Miss Heithoff and Mr. Bowman will be married at Dedham on March 19. Budget Set at Wall Lake WALL LAKE - A budget of $392,862 was adopted by the. city council here Wednesday night. The city will tax $5.13 per $1,000 property valuation. Discussion was held about using city property north of the swimming pool for low income elderly housing. Action on this will be taken later. STUDENT TEACHERS Classroom teaching assignments for spring quarter for Iowa State University, Ames, students have been made for Iowa elementary and secondary " schools. Area residents who will be student teaching are: Diane Blohm, Carroll, at Boone Community Schools; Larry Riesenberg, Carroll, at Arries Community Schools; Terry Daisy, Lake City, at Madrid Community Schools, and Kevin Struve, Manning, at Perry Community Schools. Focus on Hunger at UPW Meet A luncheon served to members of United Presbyterian Women Wednesday and the program that followed were related to the organization's theme for the year, "Global Hunger." For devotions, Mrs. Eldon Umbarger gave a resume of the life of Peter from the book "The Master's Men." She pointed out that, "Peter's great characteristic was that however often he might fall or fail, he always recovered his courage and his integrity." The program, presented by Mrs. Glennie Prince and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg, was in the form of a Lenten liturgy. It provided simplistic answers to the hunger problems of the world. "We North Americans must provide what we have to give — technology, financial resources — and allow them to be used in the ways that are appropriate for each culture," they told the group. In the business meeting the women were reminded of the Lenten Bible study course that begins March 7 and continues for five Sunday evenings thereafter, and of the April 17 bake sale at Westgate Mall. U.P. W. Circles will meet on March 17 and the next general meeting date is May 5. FISH FRY SEASON Starts at the K C HALL / Friday, March 5 - Serving 6:30-8:45 p.m. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Downstairs Club Rooms Anyone Can Come — If They're Hungry Commander — U.S. Air Force Major Gerald H. Kasperbauer, son of Mr. and'Mrs. John S. Kasperbauer of Route 2, Manning, has graduated from the Air Training Command'-s Instructor Training School and assumed command of the school at Randolph AFB, Tex. He was commissioned in 1961. He is a veteran of the Vietnam War and a 1958 graduate of Manning High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1971 at the University of Nebraska at Omaha. Group Met For Euchre Golden Circle Club members played euchre at four tables Wednesday night at their E. Sixth St. clubrooms. Women's prizes went to Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden, high, and Mrs. Albert Baumhover, second. Lawrence Hesslinglrwon men's high and there was a tie for second between Victor Wernimont and Roy Lemker. Mrs. Wernimont was awarded the tally prize. ; Married ... Mr. and Mrs. David Allen Kock of Route 2, Carroll, are shown following their Feb. 21 wedding at St. Francis Church, Maple River. She is the former Debra Renee Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Peterson of Cherokee. His parents are the Orville Kocks of Carroll. Program on Paintings is Given at UMW Marilyn Reimenschneider presented a program about outstanding paintings of Jesus at the March general meeting of United Methodist Women Wednesday afternoon at the church. Featured were slides taken of actual paintings hanging in famous galeries by a teacher from Marion. Among them were .Leonardo da Vinci's "The Last Supper' and Sallman's "Head of Christ." The business meeting followed a luncheon served by Circle II. Announcements concerned the Lenten study courses; the April 7 trip to visit Sioux City mission projects; and the cook book project. To date, 18 women plan to go to Sioux City. March 31 was set as church-cleaning day, starting at 9 a.m., and those helping were asked to take sack lunches. Mrs. Gary Hackett will serve as chairman of the April 23 rummage and bake sale and a chairman will be named later for the annual May Breakfast, set for May 4. It was noted that no special World Day of Prayer service is planned this year and the president, Mrs. Bruce Fuller, urged the churchwornen to pray individually'at2 p.m. Friday, March 5. : Circles will meet next on March 17 and the general organization, May 5. GIRL SCOUT WEEK Sunday marks the beginning of national Girl Scout Week. . The brownies and girl scouts of the First United Methodist Church will attend the 10:30 service together on Sunday. They will act as ushers and greeters. PESTICIDE SESSION Commercial pesticide applicators will receive training on current pesticide regulations at a meeting to be . held Tuesday, March 9 at the Webster County Agricultural Center south of Fort Dodge on Highway 169, according to Roland Lickteig, Carroll County Extension director. Those planning to attend the training meeting are requested to contact the Carroll County Extension Office to make reservations. Phone 792-2364. Handicapped Publication is Available A new publication concerning physically and mentally handicapped adults living in residential areas of Iowa has been prepared for distribution in Carroll County by the Iowa Developmental Disabilities Council. Titled "Would a Residential Facility for Developmentally Disabled Adults Be Welcome In Your Neighborhood?", the pamphlet addresses concerns that individuals might have if a group of handicapped persons become their neighbors. It explains that area property values won't decline, nor will these persons be dangerous to neighborhood children — plus other unfounded fears. People who happen to have developmental 'disabilities are first of all people and they have legal and civil rights — including'the right to housing. Copies of the publication may be obtained free of charge from Wilbur Eason of Jefferson, area representative of the Area XII Developmental Disabilities Council. Sixteen Developmental Disabilities area councils have been established in Iowa to monitor and advocate action concerning federal and state-supported programs which deliver service to persons whose disabilities are due to mental retardation, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, autism and some forms of dyslexia. One of the goals of the Iowa unit is to explain "deinstitutionalization" and' the right of the developmentally disadvantaged and their houseparents to live in a homelike environment in the community like "normal" persons. A number of residential homes for the developmentally disabled have been established throughout Iowa during the past few years. Anniversary Celebration At Arcadia Tlmei Herald Newt Service ARCADIA - Mr. and Mrs. Glen Hinze of .Ulmer noted their 30th wedding anniversary Sunday at a gathering hosted by her five sisters at the Arcadia city hall. Attending were 75 relatives from Sac City, Ralston, , Ulmer, Deloit, Coon Rapids, Westside, Carroll, Ankeny and Arcadia. The reception table was centered with a large cake flanked by candles. Decorations were in blue and white. Mr. and Mrs. Hinze were wed here March 5,1946. They have three daughters, Mrs. Mike (Susan) Penniman and Mrs. Glenda Wright of Sac City and Mrs. Don (Karen) Fister of Ralston, and eight grandchildren. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC UP TO 300 EXTRA {GOLD BOND STAMPS This FRIDAY SATURDAY or SUNDAY! •^•i £300 GOLD BOND STAMPS D 100 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps WM, purchase of '10.00 D 200 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps with purchase of *20.00 Q 300 EXTRA Gold Bond Stamps with purchase of '30.00 B & H Super Valu - Carroll I Limit 1 Per Family — Adults Only Coupon Goofj Mdr. 5, 6, 7, 1976

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