Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 8, 1976 · Page 4
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Elks Chorus Given Ovation at Concert An appreciative audience of about 800 gave the Carroll Elks' Chorus a standing ovation Sunday afternoon, at the same time indicating their support of New Hope Village. The 42-voice men's chorus presented a concert at the Carroll Community High School Auditorium in celebration of its 25th anniversary and donated all proceeds to New Hope Village. Under direction of Roger Hansen the chorus took its audience in song back to the 1950s and 1960s and concluded the program with selections of the current decade, accompanied on the piano by Mrs. Don Severin. The songs ranged in type from the sacred strains of "Now Let Every Tongue Adore Thee" (Bach) and "The Creation" (Richter) to lilting tunes such as "Hello, Dolly!" (from "Hello, Dolly!") and "Viva Tutti"(Arr. Hunter), Skip Raridon and Jim Vanderheiden were soloists in the Rodgersand Hammerstein composition "There Is Nothin' Like A Dame" (from "South Pacific") and Don Petersen was featured in "Standing On The Corner" (Loesser, from "Most Happy Fella"). BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC John Erickson played maracas and claves as the chorus sang "Yellow Bird" (Luboff/Frank) and the melodica during "Colorado Trail (Luboff). The Elks' Quartet composed of Elmer Renze, Dale Textor, Lee Bratten and Petersen delighted the audience with several selections, concluding with "Old King Cole." E. A. Vaatvietk, founder of the chorus, was invited to direct the finale, "Keep America Singing." "This is what it's all about," Vaatveit told the audience. Originally the chorus was known as "Men of Songs." Former chorus members in the audience were recognized at one point during the program. Following an encore the Carroll High School Stage Band, under direction of John Erickson, played a short concert. Selections included "Why Not," "The Sponge," "Warm Feelin'," "Satin Doll" and "Santa Anna" in which several of the young musicians were featured improvising. A gathering for all present and paist members of the Elks' Chorus and their wives or guests was held at the Carroll Country Club after the program — Jewel Tooley. ELECTED AT U.I. Jeffrey Kanne of Carroll has been elected off-campus housing senator of the Student Senate at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. -Slaff Photo Jaycees Induct . . . Eleven men were inducted as Carroll Jaycee members Sunday night at the Derby. Seated from left are Ed High, Rick Calhoon, Mark Harman, Dr. Thomas Blankenbaker and Zenas Becker, associate member. Standing from left are Doyle Beeber, Carroll chapter president; Bill Hammen Jr.: Kirk Ferrell, chapter chaplain; Tom Sheets, Iowa Jaycee president; and John Hannasch, associate member. New members not shown are Norman Behrens, Terry Irlmeier and Doug Staiert. Sheets was the keynote speaker. The Sunday night banquet marked the closing of the Carroll chapter's two-week membership drive. Mrs. Hackett Speaks on the History of Area Mrs. Gary Hackett of the Carroll County Historical Society spoke to a group of senior citizens at Courtview Apartments'Friday'. Mrs. Hackett told briefly the history of Carroll County and its early settlers. Pictures were also displayed showing the different changes that Carroll has gone through in past years. The new Carroll County historical building also was discussed. Mrs. Hackett asked for the assistance of the senior • citizens with anecdotes concerning life in Carroll in years past. A question and answer period followed the discussion. Social Calendar] Miss Kock Complimented At a Shower A miscellaneous shower honoring Susan Jane Kock, bride-elect of Bill Schrad, was given at the James Quandt home north of Vail Sunday. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Kenny Crawford and Mrs. Quandt. Decoration emphasized Miss Kock's chosen colors, red and white. Cards and bridal games were played throughout the evening, after which gifts were opened and lunch served. In the group of 26 were parents of the future bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schrad. Miss Kock and Mr. Schrad will exchange vows in a 1:30 p.m. ceremony March 27 at St. Lawrence Church. Tlmo Herald, Cprroll, la. Monday, March 8, 1976 ItllllllMIMMMIIIIftllllllllkimilll MONDAY— St. Lawrence Guild Round Table, 2 p.m., Mrs. H.K. Richardson Eastern Star Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. R.K. Cooper Rebekah Lodge Young in Heart, Methodist Church Newman Study Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison Double Four, Mrs. Donald Danner Golden Circle TUESDAY— Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting, KG hall Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. W.L. Reitz ANDERSON SHOES FLORSHEIM a beautiful word for women's shoes Ezee 11 float off in the cork wedge Shoes for Women The sling-back, open-toed sandal has the lightest of wedges, the softest of leathers, the smoothest of walk. 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Nationally Advertised Also Available in Brown Slip-on Wedge ANDERSON SHOES IN CARROLL SINCE 1877 Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Romayne Huffman Naomi Circle, Mrs. Dalton Mason Tri-County Hairdressers Challengers, Dolores Baumhover F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Alver Schmitz Trumpettes, Mrs. M.J. Arts Joker's, Mrs. Dennis Snyder A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Ed Johnson 2-4-T Club, Mrs. A.W. Smith H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Leiting Delta Dek, Mrs. Marie Connors WEDNESDAY— Toastmistress, Derby Kuemper Parents Club Lutheran Guild Circles: Mary, church; Martha, Mrs. Newell Sorenson; Sarah and Ruth, church Dealers 9, Mrs. Virgil Tigges Grant Township Homemakers, Erna Langmeier, Pauline's Cafe Golden Circle euchre THURSD'AY— Trinity Guild, Mrs. Thomas Gray Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers and £ateo Clubs, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. Marvjn Collison New Deal Club, Mrs. Edward Wieland ,..• Triple C Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen Need Hosts for French Teen-Agers French teen-agers who will be staying in Iowa for four weeks this summer are in need for hosts, according to International Student Exchange of Black Hawk County. Inc. The teens, ages 13 through 19, and their chaperones, are expected to arrive in early July in time to participate in bicentennial activities. "Prospective host families need have no other qualifications but to be patient, understanding, loving and willing to accept these students as members'of the family ..." the student exchange said. Anyone interested in hosting a French teen should contact Imre Takacs, president. International Student Exchange, 2567 Saratoga Drive, Waterloo. Iowa 50702. Application deadline is March 15. MARCH 5 Thru 11 7 DAYS! Ev«. At 7:30 & 9:30 P.M. = Sun. Mot. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 = UZA _ I3ENE MINNEUJ BUHT j= ilACKMAN REYNOLDS = LUCKY cwiot 2 CARROLL. IOW* * 7929096 SUN.-THURS. MAR. 7-11 Eves. 7:15 «9:15 P.M. Sun. At 5:15-7:15-9:15 IT'S BACK 5 DAYS ONLY! HEAR THE NO. 1 SONG! "MAHOGANY'S THEME" i Diana Ross I Maho6aiiy_. m FliiiiiiiHiiiiilllllliliiiiil|||iiilll|iiiiilliiiiiiiii9 You Are Invited /o .(»'»' tittr tary\> liwc;//'*/; n/ fuller //t'/n.l 7iu>italitin^ "antl 7/wnJt T-Jou YM/IM in t/w /aitfst .\ly/v.\. STONE'S now. 6th Carroll June Wedding ... A June 19 wedding is planned by Beverly Jean Greiner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard W. Greiner of Sigourney, and Russell E. Rutten, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rutten of Breda. Both are graduates of Iowa State University, Ames. Miss Greiner is a learning disabilities teacher for Bettendorf Community Schools and her fiance is a sales engineer for Borg-Warner Corporation in Chicago, 111. Parents to Hear Concert The Kuemper High School choral department will present a concert at the Kuemper Parents' Club meeting at 8 p.m..Wednesday in the school gym. 4 The first part of the concert entitled "Celebration 76" will feature patriotic and early American music. The second part will reminisce with music from the 1920's through the 1970's. The concert will be under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fletcher. Lions Signing Up Members The Carroll County Lions club will meet at 7:30 Tuesday night in another organizational meeting at Tony's Restaurant. Local organizers have urged any former Lions members to attend the meeting, whether they belonged to the Lions Club in Carroll or another club. The Lions are signing charter members — at least 20 of whom are needed. Tuesday's meeting is to give, interested persons more information. VOCALCONCERT AUDUBON - The Audubon High School Vocal Music Department will present a combined American composer and Bicentennial concert, "Americana," Monday, March 15at 7:30 p.m. The AHS Vocal Department will feature the Concert Choir, .but also included will be the Swing Choir and Boys' Quartet. A variety of songs wiM be performed from humorous to classical and from spiritual to patriotic. Admission will be free. To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. Dale Brayton of Sheffield announce the'engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Diane Louise, to Max Russell Wenck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wenck .of Glidden. A May 1 'wedding is planned. Miss Brayton, a Des M'oines Area Community College graduate, was employed at La • Petite Day Care and Learning Center at Ankeny the past two years. Her fiance is engaged in trucking with his father. Golden Circle Groups Met for Pinochle Four tables of pinochle were in play both Friday afternoon and Saturday night at the Golden Circle clubrooms. Hostesses Friday were Mrs. Rosina O'Tool and Mrs. Leo Augustine. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Vincent Ricke, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Mrs. Augustine, Joe Sanders and Leonard Pietig. Mrs. Anton Pickhinke received the traveling prize and Mrs. Herman Nieland, tally. Winning score prizes Saturday night were Mrs. Augustine, Mrs. Bellinghausen, Mr. and Mrs. Pickhinke and Victor Wernimont. Albert Baumhover won the traveling prize and Mrs. Vitus Schech- inger, tally. Mrs. Winifred Conley and Mrs. Bellinghausen were hostesses. Next Friday afternoon's games will be preceded by a 12:30 potluck. Girl Seouts I Week in City Proclaimed • WHEREAS, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. observes the 64th anniversary of its founding on March 12, One Thousand Nine Hundred and Seventy-Six; and WHEREAS, this organization, founded with only 18 members in 1912, has grown to include more than 3.2 million girls and women and men volunteers from ever strata of our society, and continues to serve well our daughters^our community, and our''nation; and WHEREAS, Girl Scouts of the U.S.A. is deeply committed to building better relationships among persons of all ages, religions, races, and nationalities: and is vitally concerned with improving the quality of our environment; and WHEREAS, we in Carroll continually benefit by their efforts on behalf of this community; NOW THEREFORE, I, Ronald Schechtman, by virtue of the authority vested in me as Mayor of Carroll hereby proclaim March 7 through March 13, 1976, as Girl Scout Week in the city of Carroll, and I do further call upon all citizens of Carroll to give the Girl Scouts, now and throughout 1976, their continued interest, cooperation, and support so that increasing numbers of girls may benefit from this program that benefits us all. — Ronald H. Schechtman, Mayor of Carroll, Iowa. ON DEAN'S LIST Mrs. Ron Eichmeier of Sheffield, the former Jean Schoenjann 'of Carroll, has been named to the first semester Dean's List at North Iowa Area Community College, Mason City. She received a straight "A". Mrs. Eichmeier is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schoenjahn. ST. PAT'S DANCE A St. Patrick's dance for members of Carroll Country Club members and guests is planned for Saturday, March 13, starting at 9 p.m. Music will be provided by the Cliff Dudley Quartet. Admission will be by season ticket or $5.00 per couple, a spokesman for the committee said. We guarantee more beautiful, youthful-looking skin in 21 days or your money back with T.M. BIO-ESTHEGENIC™ ACID BALANCED SKIN PRODUCTS There is more to professional beauty salons than just beautiful hair. As professional cosmetologists, we know that beautiful, fresh,, natural skin is an essential part of the well-groomed woman. 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