Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 11, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, March 11, 1976
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'Martha And Mary' Are Studied Study topic at the monthly meetings of the St. Paul Lutheran Women's Guild Wednesday was "Martha and Mary." EUNICE Circle met in the morning at the home of Mrs. Donovan Stanzyk, with Mrs. Jerry Frehse as topic leader. Guests in addition to 11 members were the Rev. Donald Wuertz, Mrs. Albert Janssen, Mrs. L. H. McCullom and Guild President Mrs. Wayne Harmening. The April 14 meeting will be at Mrs. Charles Smith's home. Mrs. Newell Sorenson was hostess to 11 members of MARTHA Circle in the afternoon at the church. Topic leader was Mrs. Alma Platt. Plans were made for serving coffee after the March 24 Lenten service. Also meeting in the afternoon at the church were 13 members of MARY Circle, with Mrs. Loretta Boldt as hostess and Mrs. McCullom as topic leader. Mrs. William Anderson and Mrs. William Frank will be hostesses at the church next month. Meeting jointly at the church following the evening Lenten service were nine members of RUTH Circle and 11 of SARAH Circle. Mrs. nirsmff TourtM van vw me*. Timet H.rold, Carroll, la. M Thuraday, March 11,1976 1 itllMMMMIimMMIMIIIMMtlMII«tllfl»mnll« Lester Knute of Glidden was an additional guest at the latter. The topic study was presented by Mrs. Jerry Nichols. The women were reminded to bring their mite boxes to the church either Saturday or Sunday morning. Ruth Circle will host the general meeting in April and will meet April 14 at Mrs. Frank Beckman's home. The April 14 meeting of Sarah Circle will be at the home of Mrs. WilbertSundermann. Big Crowd Hears KHS Vocal Concert A capacity crowd of 1,200 persons attended the Kuemper choral department concert "Happy Birthday U.S.A." at the Kuemper Parents' Club meeting Wednesday night. About 350 music students performed in the concert. The first segment featured early American music sung by the mixed chorus, girls' glee, freshman mixed chorus and the freshman chorus. The second segment entitled "Try to Remember" featured songs from the 1920s through the 1970's. The music was performed by-the select girls' glee and the girls' ensemble. Included in the program were Charleston and square dancers. Gayle Reicks and Kathy Schumacher sang a duet. Julie Schneider narrated the program. The concert was under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fletcher, music teacher. Rev. James Smith, superintendent, spoke during the club's business meeting on the philosophy of the students registering for courses, Mrs. Robert Halbur, club secretary, reported." The next Kuemper Parents' Club meeting will be April 14. CENTENNIAL MEETING A Wall Lake centennial meeting will be Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. upstairs in the community building. All persons interested in Wall Lake's 1977 centennial are invited. I KNIGHTS of COLUMBUS PUBLIC FISH FRY Friday, Mar. 12 Serving 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. $2.00 far oil you con «at Activities and meals for the Carroll senior citizens program next week at the Masonic Temple, 527'/i N. Adams St. are listed below. The meals are served at noon. Monday — Barbecued ribs, potatoes and gravy, scalloped tomatoes, sliced peaches and cake with topping. Tuesday — Ham a la stuffing, sweet potatoes, green peas, red jello with fruit, buns and oatmeal cookies. Wednesday — Swiss steak, potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, applesauce salad, and butterscotch pudding. Thursday — Beef casserole with biscuit topping, mixed vegetables, peaches in orange jello, and sherbet. Friday — Fish cutlets, tangy sauce, scalloped potatoes, coleslaw with bananas, and peach cobbler. On Wednesday there will be a St. Patrick's celebration. Cecelia Eltgroth and music group will play on Friday. On Monday all reservations for meals must be made the day before the dinner by phoning 792-2358 between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. After 6 p.m. phone 792-2692. Carroll Recreation Department The following lists the activities for next week at the Courtview Apartments, 514 N. Court St. They are open to all Carroll residents age 60 and older. Monday through Friday: 10 a.m.— Crafts. Monday: 2:30 p.m. — "Iowa's Indian Heritage Then and Now." A discussion and slide presentation on Iowa's Indians. Tuesday: 2:30 p.m. — Sing-a-long at Carroll Manor Nursing Home. Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. —St. Patrick's Day Party. Thursday: 2:30 p.m. — "Autumn Across America" movie. Friday: 2:30 p.m. — Guest speaker Home Economist Mrs. Bonnie Schubert of the Carroll County Extension Service. SCIENCE FAIR WALL LAKE - The annual Wall Lake School Science Fair will be held Monday at 7 p.m. in the school lunch room. The fair is to be presented by Wall Lake Community School seventh, eighth and ninth graders. WHY DO THIS? OR THIS? NOW P/ttMN OR THIS? When you can pay your bills by CHECK from the comfort of your home? Enjoy Life. Use Checks. Club Makes Programs for May Parley Carroll Toastmistress Club held its regular dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the Derby, after which members worked on programs for the regional meeting to be held in Des Moines in May. Mrs. Marjorie Testroet, president, led the table grace and also was the speaker during the formal program. Under the title "My Son," she told how a boy grows to manhood and of his many "ups and downs" in the process. Table topics pertaining to the bicentennial year were moderated by Mrs. Joe Pick. The next meeting is set for March,24, also at the Derby. Episcopal Guild Has House Mass The Wednesday night meeting of Trinity Guild of Episcopal Churchwomen, held at the vicarage featured a house mass. At the opening, Mrs. Thomas Gray and Mrs. John F. Carlson sang "The Gift of Love," with Mrs. Gray also playing guitar. Elements for the mass were placed on the kitchen table, including unleavened bread made by Mrs. Gray, and then were passed among the members. To close the communion, Mrs. Gray and Mrs. Carlson sang "I Thank Thee, Lord." Papers on which members listed things for which they were most thankful were read and discussed. Mrs. Gray was lunch hostess. The April 7 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Leighton Wederath, at 8 p.m. Tools .Stolen at Building Site RALSTON — A break-in here Wednesday night netted thieves a possible $5,000 to $6,000 in construction tools, Carroll County Deputy Sheriff Ferman Stout reported. The theft was at a construction site of an elevator here. No arrests had been made Thursday morning. Further devils were .not available Thursday. Deputy Ronald Cleveland also investigated. Lunch Menus Lunch menus for the Carroll Community Schools for the coming week: Monday, March 15 — Spaghetti with meat sauce, coleslaw, apricots, peanut .butter bar, cheese slices, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday, March 16 — Orange grapefruit juice, hamburger on bun, potato sticks, cranberry sauce, fresh green beans, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday, March 17— Meatloaf, buttered corn, waldorf salad, bread and butter, sugar cookie, milk. Thursday, March II — Hot beef sandwiches, trl taters, applesauce, fresh green peas, bread and butter, milk. Friday, March 1» — Shrimp shapes, creamed peas and carrots, grape jello-whlpped topping, oatmeal fudgle, bread and butter, milk. 2 Die in Cycle, Truck Collision NEWTON, Iowa (AP) Scott Agan, 14, and Tracy Williams, both of rural Newton, died in the collision of a motorcycle and a pickup truck Wednesday evening on a county road about two miles south of Newton. Authorities have not determined which of the teenagers was driving the cycle when it went out of control and into the path of a pickup driven by Ron Sloane, 36, of rural Newton. Sloane was not injured. DEPOSIT INSUIEO TO 10,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION only friend ever need Carroll County State Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK jSoc/a/ Calendar For New 'Hope —. -Stalf Photo A check for $343.12 was turned over to New Hope Village Wednesday. Mrs. Bob Millender gave the money to New Hope Executive Director Lamar Esbeck. The donation was from a style show Mrs. Millender's firm sponsored recently! The proceeds raise the total cash collected by New Hope to $200,000. So far, cash and pledges account for $650,000, Esbeck said. A fund-raising campaign in Calhoun County has raised $15,000. Seed Terrace Backslopes Now Arcadia — Carroll Now is the time to seed or reseed terrace backslopes, according to Arlyn Gesell, district conservationist of the Soil Conservation Service assisting the Carroll County Soil Conservation District. The best method, he said, is still the hand method. Seed approximately 20 pounds of bromegrass and 10 pounds of perenniel ryegrass per acre. Seed can be scattered by hand over the back side of the terrace and if soil conditions do not permit lime and fertilizer application at the same time, it can be added later." The amount of fertilizer and lime to use TPA Group Has Luncheon Life members of Telephone Pioneers of America met for a 12:30 luncheon Tuesday at the Elks'Club. In the group were Inez Horn of Audubon; Mary Zuch and Marian Taylor of Atlantic; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Lohmann of Templeton; Alice Nair, Isabel Scharnweber, Florence Dinges and Eleanor Stangl of Carroll; and a guest, George Stangl of Casper, Wyo. The rest of the afternoon was spent at Miss Dinges' home, making scrapbooks for the Carroll County Care Facility, St. Anthony Regional Hospital pediatrics ward, and a special education classroom. Miss Dinges served dessert and coffee. CHURCH GROUP MET Times Herald Nem Service The Zion Lutheran Dorcas Society met Wednesday afternoon with 31 members present. Pastor Heinicke presented the lesson based on Ash Wednesday and Lent. The Christian Growth lesson was presented by Marge Kusel. She also reported on the Philippine mission work. Christine Mohr presided. Quarter circle chairman, Lavon Puck, reported on February activities. Dorcas will send their March cash contribution to World Hunger. Lunch was served by Rosa Keat and Marge Kusel. NOTICE! FINAL DEADLINE DATE SAT., MARCH 20th WEST CENTRAL IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION Has set Sat., March 20th as final date to sign-up in Boyer subsystem. If interested contact one of the following Art Woerdehoff .... Lake View-Wall Lake Area Leo Nieland Carroll-Breda Area Marvin Hulsing .... Carroll-Breda Area Glenn Freese Westside, Vail Area Lloyd Freese Westside, Vail Area Mrs. Wm. Meredith .. Westside-Vail Area ' Clarence Schweers .. Arcadia Area or WEST CENTRAL IOWA RURAL WATER ASSOCIATION Manning, Iowa Ph. — 653-2802 or Come into office 723'/j 3rd St. should be according to soil test orS.C.S. recommendations. Best results have been from applying frost seedings. The seed adheres to the soil surface and starts to sprout and grow when moisture conditions are usually best. "If you are in doubt about what to seed and the amount of lime and fertilizer to use, check with the SCS or Soil Conservation district technicians," Lloyd Freese, Carroll County S.C.D. commissioner said. Dealers 9 Entertained Mrs. Virgil Tigges was hostess to the Dealers 9 Club at her home Wednesday. The evening was spent"' playing bridge, with Mrs. Gene Heithoff winning high score prize; Mrs'. Daniel Wurzer,. second; and Mrs. Larry Hansman, low. On March 31 the club will meet with Mrs. Denis Tigges. INCHORUSTOUR Two area students will be among 55 Mount Marty College (Yankton, S.D.) students participating in the school's annual chorus tour April 4-6. They are: Barb PollastrinL, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ido Pollastrini of Carroll, a senior oral communications major, and Jane Wiedemeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Wiedemeier of Carroll, a sophomore nursing major. THURSDAY— New Deal Club, Mrs. Edward Wieland Triple C Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers and Pateo Clubs, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Carl Bauerle Golden Circle SATURDAY— D.A.R., Jefferson . St. Patrick's Dance, 9 p.m., Country Club Golden Circle SUNDAY— Christian Fellowship Society Do Sewing for Missions at Mt. Carmel MT. CARMEL - Mission sewing was the project for the evening for members of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Altar Society -following their monthly business meeting Tuesday. The group recited the rosary at the church prior-to the . meeting. Discussion concerned purchasing new china and table napkins for the rectory. It was decided to have an apparel showing in the parish hall Saturday afternoon, March 27, with all parishioners invited to attend. Announcement was made of a women's retreat at Grand Junction the afternoon of March 14. Circle I, headed by Mrs. Leo Wernimont and Mrs. Frank Nees, served coffee and bars: Mrs. Colette Grote received the door prize. Play Euchre At 5 Tables Golden Circle members played euchre at five tables at their weekly gathering, Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Mrs. Leo Stangl and Mrs. Margaret Sapp won women's high and second; Leo Stangl and Vincent Ricke, men's high and second. The tally prize went to Mrs. Albert Baumhover. C.D. A. RECEPTION The reception of new members of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, will be held at a 7 p.m. mass on May 5 instead of April 5 as stated in the account of the court's meeting in the March 10 issue of the Daily Times Herald. MONDAY- Holy Spirit Women's Guild AAUW, 5:30 p.m., Red Carpet Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Glen Lockhart Jr. Volunteens, 3:30 p.m., hospital education room Rainbow Girls Ccvnotz i CARROLL IOW« • 792-90% 7 DAYS ONLY MARCH 12 Thru 18 7:15 > 9:15 Elliott Gould and Jennifer O'Neill In The Funniest Movie Since M*A*S*H* New Thru March 18th , Evei. At 7:30 I 9:30 Sun. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 UZA ME MINNEUU BUKT MAN REYNOLDS LUCKY LADY 7 Days Only Mar. 12 thru IS Evei. At 7:00 A 9:00 P.M. Sun. At 2:00, 7:00 & 9:00 Nominated For 6 Academy Awards! Best Picture - Beit Actor The Robbery Seems So Bizarre Because It Was All True 7 Days Starts Friday March 12-18 7:00 & 9:00 P.M. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Fantastic Adventure! All Star Cast! 7 FUN DAYS! A 'FRIDLEY 1 LUXURY ^Theatre, Iowa's Most Glamorous Twin Theatres CARROLL, IOWA * 792-9096 FULL OF LAFFS! STARTS FRIDAY - MARCH 1 2th Thru 1 8th EVES. 7:1 5 & 9:1 5, SUN. 1:15,3:15,5:15,7:15,9:15 - WHIfFSISAGAS.' AN ARMY GUINEA PIG- GETS WITH €JCP€RIM6NTS .... WHIL€ .YOU GrEJ €ltfAUST£& -FROM Uff S ! ..T>ON'T MISS ELLIOTT GOULD EDDIE ALBERT JENNIFER OWILL IN HER SEXIEST MGW50tVA/-S//£ SPRAY€1> HIM IV/TVY A BOMB... RESULTS :A 8£D • ROOM SCENE. YOU'LL A-BOUT fOR WEEKS i

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