Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 9, 1976 · Page 4
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OES School To be Held Here April 19 School of instruction and inspection for Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, has been scheduled for Monday, April 19. Announcement was made at a regular meeting at the Masonic Temple Monday night, presided over by Mrs. Robert McDonald and Allen Mason, worthy matron and patron. Invitations to other schools were read from several area chapters. They include Perry, March 15, Lake View, March Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. Tueiday, March 9, 1976 We guarantee more beautiful, youthful-looking skin in 21 days or your money back with BIO-ESTHEGENIC™ ACID BALANCED SKIN PRODUCTS There is more to professiona beauty salons than just beautifu hair. 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Mrs. Glennie Prince is in charge of arrangements. Lunch was served after adjournment by Mrs. Arthuer Geyer and her committee, composed of Mr. Geyer, Mrs. Willard Bentley, Mrs. Paul Toyne and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Weaklend. Table decorations were in the St. Patrick's Day motif. The chapter's next meeting, on April 5, will be preceded by a 6:30 family potluck dinner. Macrame Classes Set Instructor James Rhoades announced Tuesday there will be another five week adult night class on macrame beginning March 17. Persons wishing to enroll may send a letter or telephone the Carroll Community School superintendent's office at 792-3586. Ten students must enroll for the course to qualify for approval.by the Des Moines Area 11 Community College. MARCH 5 Thru 11 7 DAYS) Evei. At 7:30 t 9:30 P.M. = GENE MINNEtU BUHT = & IUCKMAN HEVNQUM 3 LUCKY LADY •Hiiiiiii'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiHiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii* SUN.-THURS. MAR. 7-11 Evet. 7:15 ft 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" Clubs Met Monday for Card Games Mrs. Donald Danner hosted the DOUBLE FOUR Club at her home Monday evening. Additional guests at the bridge party were Mrs. Jerome Rolfes and Mrs. Thomas Kruse. Mrs. Edwin Tigges received high score prize and Mrs. James Mitchell, second. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Zita Hulsebus, who will have the next party on March 22. The E.B.C. CLUB was entertained at Mrs. Ray Riesberg's home Monday. The evening was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. Rita Hogart winning high score prize. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan won second and Mrs. Jack Kasperbauer, third. On March 18 the club will meet with Mrs. Clair Otto. Meeting for pinochle Monday afternoon were members of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club. Four tables were in play at theclubrooms. Score prize winners were Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Leo Sellen and Leonard Pietig. Mrs. Joe Gross and Anton Pickhinke received the traveling and tally prizes. Three Give Program at Newman Club Mrs. James Kerwin,- Mrs. Philip Poland and Mrs. William Polking presented a program based on the book "The Greening of America" at a meeting of Newman Study Club Monday evening. The club met at the home of Mrs. Marvin Collison. The book deals with the younger generation's possible solutions to the present American crisis. Charles Reich, author of the book, states that man must regain concern for himself and his 'fellow man rather than subjugate himself to the needs of the state; and that man must become less materialistic and learn to make technology work for him rather than vice versa. Mrs. L. R. Chapman will be hostess for the next meeting, March 22. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC '"' ; '"'•• '-"'• '' '' : '• • ' &( r\ r %. / \ '*' ! \.~*~ V "v"'" «i\.^-\ v. \ -•••'•• To \Wed ... Mary Knievel of Elgin, Neb., and David Koester of Carroll will be married June 10 at a mass at St. Mary's Catholic Church in West Point, Neb. Miss Knievel, a graduate of the College of St. Mary, teaches at St. Boniface Middle School in Elgin. Her fiance graduated from Lewis College, Lockport, 111., and teaches at Kuemper High School. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Leo Knievel of West Point and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Koester of Breda. 'Ragtime' Reviewed by Mrs. Wilson Mrs. Howard Wilson reviewed E.L. Doctorow's book, "Ragtime," for Round Table Study Club members Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. H.K. Richardson. The story setting is the beginning of this century and the. characters are three families whose lives become entwined with well-known people. Mrs. Wilson told the group that "Ragtime" is not a novel about ragtime music, . but a novel in ragtime — rhythmic, melodic and stately. Fourteen members attended the meeting. The club will meet next at the evening of March, 22 at Mrs. Lambert Winnike's home. Kurth Elected PWPHead New officers for the Carroll Parents Without Partners (PWP) were elected at the Sunday night business meeting. They are: Bob Kurth, president; Maxine Pithan, vice president; Virginia Yockey, recording secretary; Henry Gross, membership secretary; Erwin Grote; .treasurer; Marilyn Roecker, activities chairman; Donna Kelso, ways and means, and Jeanine Daniel, publicity and speakers. Vplunteen Signup Set for Monday Boys and girls interested in doing volunteer work at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Nursing Home as Junior Volunteens may sign up at the hospital education room next Monday, March 15. Sign-up starts at 3:30 p.m. and the youths must be accompanied by parents or guardians, according to Mrs. Benny Bliss, Hospital Auxiliary Volunteen chairman. A "Career Day" meeting for all Volunteens is scheduled for March 16, also at the hospital education room, Mrs. Bliss said. St. Lawrence Guild Meets; Plans Events Members of St. Lawrence Ladies Guild, meeting in monthly session Monday night, discussed their April 12 style show and parish bake sale which is set for April 3 and 4. Mrs. Robert Kloser and Mrs. Alfred Snyder are co-chairmen of the bake sale, to be held in the school cafeteria following masses. Mrs. Carl Jennewein is donating an afghan to be given away in conjunction with the sale. The Guild meeting was preceded by a seven c'clock mass and followed by a card party and lunch. Mrs. Howard Klahn received the door prize. Co-chairmen for the April meeting will be Mrs. James Fay and Mrs. Robert Pudenz. Guild is Entertained Mrs. R^K. Cooper and Mrs. A.N. Neu entertained - Presbyterian Guild at the former's home Monday evening. Mrs. Anna Koch of Denison, mother of Mrs. Jolene Hass, was a guest in addition to nine members. Devotions entitled "Why Am I So Anxious?" were given by Mrs. Neu. Mrs. Hass presented the program, reading from the book, "Upstairs at the White House." Mrs. James Criichelow conducted the business meeting and offered the closing prayer. Lunch was served by the Hostesses. On April 12 the Guild will meet at the home of Mrs. Gene Schubert. Social Calendar] TUESDAY— Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting, KC hall Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. W.L. Reitz ; 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 Jokers, 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 DeMolay Degrees to 2 "" The initiatory degree was conferred upon Jim Molitor and Jim Schaefer at the Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay meeting Monday night at the Masonic Temple. Steve O'Conner and Scott Hackett received th initiatory degree on March 1. A parent's dinner will be held March 22, with the Eastern Star women serving the meal. The organization will travel to the DeMolay basketball tournament April 2-_3 in Des Moines. - The DeMolay Degree will be conferred at the next Monday night meeting. Girl Injured on Tobaggan Time* Herald Newi Service AUDUBON - Julie Madsen, 15, Audubon, fractured her right knee when a toboggan she was on struck a utility pole • at-the ;Au'dubpn Golf .and Country Club Monday night. Miss Madsen was taken to Audubon County Memorial Hospital and then transferred to Immanuel Hospital in Omaha. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William F. Madsen. spurgeons Starts Tbday for 10 days Only! Spurgeon's Spring HOSIERY SALE! SAVE 20% and more "< '• '' u '... N v 'T t ,: \>V • There's something for everyone ... when you buy 3 pairs of any advertised style, now you save 20% or more! And, you save no less than 15% on any other of your favorite pantyhose, stbcKings or hosiery for men, women and children. Now, get brand name quality and savings, too! Budget Pantyhose—Save 570 on 3 pr.! 3 120 pair I or 470 pair Reg. 590 pr. Color it right for Spring. Come in and select a complete pantyhose wardrobe for all your outfits. 1 size— 95-140 Ibs. 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IS9 I656 9 MA*r CUttOMU Save on Your Favorite^ Now! Charge It or Use our Free Lay-Away at Spurgeon's Spurgeon's Beauty Salon Phone 792-1656 THURSDAY— Trinity Guild, Mrs. Thomas Gray Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers and Pateo Clubs, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison New Deal Club, Mrs. Edward Wieland Triple C Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen Russian Tour Slides Are Shown "Highlights of a Russian Tour" was the program presented by Mrs. Mable Strange at the monthly meeting of the Young in Heart group at First United Methodist Church Monday. Mrs. Strange showed slides she had taken on a tour of Russia several years ago. Among them were scenes of the Kremlin, Metro (subway in Moscow), Leningrad, Red Square, Moscow University, parks,'the Neva River at Leningrad, and "The Hermitage," summer place of the czar on the Gulf of Finland. The program followed a 10 a.m. coffee and short business meeting conducte'd by Mrs. Velma Crovisier. Mrs. Albert Neppl and Mrs. Leone Jensen were guests in the group of 22. The birthdays of Mrs. Strange, C. E. Mcllvain, Mrs. Henry Pfiester, Mrs. Neppl and Mrs. C. A. McNaughton were noted. • The noon luncheon was served by Mrs. Gary-Hackett and Mrs. Kenneth Grouse, members of United Methodist Women. Two Speak at Lidderdale LIDDERDALE — Two speakers were featured on the program at the bi-monthly meeting of the Rosary Society of Holy Family parish, held here Monday night. Sandra Hpbson discussed hearing problems and Noreen Stoolman, heart problems. Husbands of members were guests at the meeting which began With a ham and salad supper served by the February and March Circles. Mrs. Larry Daniel conducted the business session during which the Society gave its approval to carpeting the stairs to the choir loft in the church. Announcement was made of a parish social Sunday evening, March 14. Ar-We-Va Budget Ok'd WESTSIDE — The 1976-77 budget for the Ar-We-Va schools -of $838,331 was approved by the school board here Monday night. An additional levy of $4,570 for the Area Education Agency was passed, Leonard Petersen, school board secretary reported. The school custodians, secretaries and lunchroom personnel will receive 15 cents-per-hour salary increases for the 1976-77 school year. The school bus drivers' salaries will be increased from a base pay of $250 to $280 a month next year. The board accepted the resignations of Steven Wood, math teacher and girls' coach, and Mrs. 'Barbara Deming, remedial reading teacher. Both resignations are effective at the end of this school year, Petersen said. Rainbow Girls are Invited to 'Mini-Grand' An invitation to attend a Rainbow "Mini-Grand" meeting at Ida Grove April 24 has been extended to Carroll Assembly No. 50, Order of Rainbow for Girls. It will feature degree work exemplified by grand (state) officers. The Assembly met in postponed session after school Monday, with Julie league, worthy advisor, presiding. Plans were discussed for attending the state DeMolay basketball tourney in Des Moines April 2-3 and for observing "Rainbow Sunday"' on April 4 by attending First United Methodist Church in a body. A chili supper for members and their families is being planned for Sunday, March 28. It was announced that Grand Assembly is to be held June 11-13 at Ames. The local group's next meeting date is March 15. Bicentennial Meeting Set for Thursday The Carroll bicentennial ' planning committee meeting will be held at'8 p.m. Thursday in the Iowa Public Service (IPS) meeting room. Parade Chairmen Cliff Bierl and Frank Hermsen will report on the plans for the proposed June 26 bicentennial parade. Mrs. Valerie Windschitl and Mrs. Mary Baumhover will conduct the meeting. City Can Clear Walks, Make Charge City officials are concerned about snow and ice accumulating on sidewalks in Carroll. The city code requires snow or ice to be removed within 10 daylight hours after precipitation stops. However, police reported several walks have not been cleared from last week's snow and ice. . The city can send its workers to clear sidewalks that have not been clared, City Manager Arthur Gute said. However, this has not been done this year as it has sometimes in the past, he said. The biggest problems come near schools where children walk in the streets to avoid icy walks, police reported. If the city clears the walks, the property owner will be billed for the city's actual cost, Gute said. This amount would vary considerably, depending on the length of the walk and how much the snow is packed, Gute said. 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