Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 15, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, March 15, 1976
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DAR Chapter Has Meeting At Jefferson Priscilla Alden chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, was entertained Saturday afternoon at the home of Lena Hayes in Jefferson, with Mrs. Harry Zwicky as co-hostess. Featured speaker was Mrs. Joan Webb of Grand Junction. In the national defense committee report given by Mrs. Howard DeWees, attention was drawn to the Child and Family Service Act of 1975 and legislation pending in Congress relative to the "Child Advocacy Clause." From the '' National Defender," Mrs. DeWees read. "Such a law not only would undermine the concept of family cohesiveness by encouraging son or daughter to reject parental guidance and counsel, but it would tear down the very foundations of understanding and trust so zealously nurtured over two hundred years of American life." Mrs. Webb, member of the Bicentennial Speaker Group for Greene County, traced the history of the Church of England, noting that it was reorganized three times BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, March 15, 1976 IIIIIMMIIIIIII Future Bride ... Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Eifler announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Sheryl A., to Kevin A. Fee, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Keith A. Fee of Urbandale. An Aug. 6 wedding is being planned at St. Lawrence Church. during war years. She also mentioned the book, "We the People," published for the bicentennial. The hostesses served dessert, using a St. Patrick's theme, at the beginning of the afternoon. Mrs. Wilbur Gordon, Mrs. George Steigerwalt and Mrs. DeWees plan to attend the 77th Iowa State Conference pf the D.A.R. at Hotel Savery, March 28-30. The chapter's next meeting is set for April 10 at Jean McNaught's home in Glidden. SHUGART COUPONs: WEDNESDAY, MAR. 17 East Hwy. 30 & Vine Carroll, Iowa 9 WALLET SIZE COLOR PORTRAITS 994 Extra charge for GROUPS Musicians of Area Win in Music Event Students from Carroll area schools won high honors Saturday in the Iowa grade and junior high school instrumental solo music contest at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. Ratings include one plus, highly superior; one, superior; two, excellent and three, good. Results included: Carroll Community Schools: One plus ratings — Leslie Schechtman and Keith Petersen. One ratings — Lucia Colllson, Mitzl Moore, Kelly Edwards, Beth Evans, Trent Steffen, Tracy Buck, Mark Harmenlng, Matt Schaefer, Collette Knott and Amy Molltor. Julie Petersen, Kristen Witt, Raynee Steffen, Patricia Gonzales, Nancy Dreessen and Lynn Lotkhart. Two ratings — Ann Tlgges, Darcy Huebner, Terry Gesell, Nell Hutcheson, Skip Anneberg, Jeff Flscus, Steve Wunschel, Rich Olsen, Jodi Crouse, Terl Foval, Jacque Grimsman. Jeanne Harnack, Pam Bowers, Maria Vanderhelden, Randy White, Chris Wuertz, Shari Lahr, Sheilah Perry, Scott Steffen, Shelly Law, Kathy Witt, Beth McCarville, Shelly Hilsabeck, Kathy Grade and Chuck Colllson. Three ratings — Becky Huebner, Pam Hagemann, Philip Gaffney and Keith Jannings. - St. Lawrence School: One ratings — Jane Menke, Lora Hagemann, Aura Lee Burkett, Gabrielle Malett, Taml Thraen, Kevin Schaeuble, Bruce Gramowskl, Mike Renze, Jake Burkett, Jerry Tegels and Ron Menke. ' Two ratings — Melanie Stevens, Cathy Waters, Julie Nelson, Tonla Thraen, Krsitie Stoner, Joan Lichtelg, Mike Stoner, Gina Pollastrini, Richard Wittry, Richard Kloser, David Nelson, John Malett and Jerry Wernimont. Three plus ratings — Renee Ruhde and Rhonda Wenck. Holy Spirit School: One ratings — Patty Lampe, Carla Goecke, Denise Berning, Rachel Roiger, Jodl Clark, Steve Kraus, Tim Ortner, Mike Reuter, Ann Kalkhoff, Lori Kraus,' Jane Roiger, Gretchen Belter, DeAnn Irlbeck, Lucia Colllson, Christy Taphorn, Mary Starman, Gretchen Windschltl, Beth Wolterman and Helen Julich. Two plus rating — Jemma Ebner. Two ratings — Becky Ericson, Marie Brlncks, Rhonda Wittrock, Kathy Dunn, Gina Otto, Bob Hoffman, Brian Goetzlnger, Pam Gute, Ron Tinges, Tom Brincks, Mark Hammon. Pat Greteman and Ann Staley. St. John's School, Arcadia: One ratings — Shelley Wlese, Joleen Dieter, Lisa Farrell. Two ratings — Beth Schmltz, Cindy Martens, Ann Fitzsimmons, Renee Schweery, Rose Hugeback, Jane Vonnahme, Debbie Badding, Peggy Langenfeld, Sheila Martens,'Kevin Costello and Lisa Vonnahme. Three plus rating — Nancy Staples. Three rating — Tom Schmitz. Sacred Heart School, Templeton: One plus rating — Sara Miller. One rating — Sue Baumhover, Jean Herbers and Carol Herbers. Two plus rating — Julie Dentlinger. Two ratings — Joleen Irlbeck, Charlene Irlmeler, Kevin Heithoff and Larry Berger. Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School, This is the big one! . . Debbie Reynolds SPRMGSALE no $ OIF IN EXCLUSIVE SWING AWAY* CABINET THE FABULOUS FUTURA* II SEWING MACHINE WITH FLIP & SEW* 2-WAY SURFACE Flip a panel for instant free-arm sewing of all hard-to-reach areas. Many advances, like buttonfitting 1-step buttonholer. AMAZING LOW PRICE FOR A GREAT ZIG-ZAG MACHINE Easy sewing with exclusive front drop-in bobbin. Hurry, limited quantities. Carrying case or cabinet extra. There's No Place Like SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers Faye Wenck Bride Of Reggy Rohrbeck Triumphant Return ... Sophomore guard Gloria Olberding leads the Lake View-Auburn girls' state champion basketball team and their cheerleaders off the bus after arriving home Sunday afternoon. The Black Hawkettes beat Manilla to capture their second straight title Saturday night. The girls were honored in the LV-A gym after leading a car caravan which stretched over an estimated seven miles. GLIDDEN — The marriage of Faye Wenck and Reggy Rohrbeck took place at 2 p.m. Saturday, March 13, at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lidderdale, with the Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann officiating. Parents of the bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs, Russell Wenck and Mr. and Mrs. Burton Rohrbeck, all of Route 2, Glidden. Mr. and Mrs. Wenck gave their daughter in marriage at an altar decorated with white pompons. Organist was the bride's aunt, Carol Conner. Mike Cattermole sang and Katrina Hoops played clarinet. Gene .Gerdes and Kirk Wenck ushered. Honor attendants were Beth Daenzer and the groom's brother, Randy Rohrbeck. Shari Earnest and Mary Lou . Waller were bridesmaids and the bride's sister, Kim Wenck, was junior bridesmaid. Groomsmen were Monty Rohrbeck, Max Wenck and Jody Rohrbeck'. Completing the bridal party were the bride's cousins, Kelsie and Todd Esser as flower girl and ring bearer. 518 N.Adams 792-4926 A Trademark of THE SINGER COMPANY Mt. Carmel: Two rating — Russell Tigges. The following Carroll-Community School students participated In the contest but have not received their ratings yet: Todd Rix, Craig Fiscus, Scott White, Lisa Sullivan, Mike Farrell, Jason Sanford, Mike Avey and Mark Reser. Golden Circle Has Weekly .Card Parties Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at four tables Friday afternoon and five tables Saturday night at their regularly-scheduled gatherings at their clubrooms. Winning score prizes Friday were Mrs. Winifred Conley, Mrs. Roy Lemker, Mrs. Frances Weitl, Albert Baumhover and Mr. Lemker. Mrs. Baumhover and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen received the traveling and tally prizes. Hostesses were Mrs. Nancy Hackett and Mrs. Conley. Saturday night's score prizes went to Mrs. Herman Nieland, Mrs. Leo Augustine, Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden, Mr. Nieland and Anton Pickhinke. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg and Mrs. Baumhover was awarded the tally prize. Mrs. Pickhinke and' Mrs. Baumhover were hostesses. Christian Fellowship Hosts Seekers The Seekers of First United Methodist Church were invited guests at the March meeting of the Christian Fellowship Society of St. Paul Lutheran Church at the Lutheran fellowship hall Sunday night. Among those in the group of 55 were the Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Larson, Robert Woodhouse and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Nichols. The host group was represented by 24 members. Mr. and Mrs. Darnell Sunderman were devotional leaders. Mr. Woodhouse, a funeral director, was guest speaker. A question and answer session followed his talk which concerned making funeral arrangements. In the business meeting, Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Jochims were voted into membership. Host couples were the Richard Kloppenburgs, Thomas Cullinans and Harvey Fleshners. PWPCOFFEE The Parents Without Partners Club (PWP) is having a coffee and conversation meeting at the Evelyn Nelsen home, Vail, at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday. For further information phone 792-4933 after 5 p.m. Social Calendar] 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 Engaged . . . Kristin Sue Karstens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Karstens of Lake City, is engaged to Joel James Yunek, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Yunek, also of Lake City. The bride-elect and her fiance are students at the University of Iowa. Miss Kar-stens will graduate in May with a , bachelor's degree in social work. Mr. Yunek is a political science major with future plans of attending law school. Lincoln Day Dinner April 14 DES MOINES - Plans for the annual Republican Lincoln Day Dinner featuring Vice President Nelson Rockefeller are nearly complete, GOP State Finance Chairman W.H. Goodrich announced Monday. Goodrich said the dinner, which has been scheduled for April 14, will be held at Veterans Memorial Auditorium in Des Moines this year to accommodate the "large group of Republicans we anticipate will attend." Cost of the dinner will be $50 per person. Tickets for the dinner, he said, may be obtained by contacting local Republican leaders or Republican State Headquarters, 1540 High Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50309. Permanent Hair Removal UNWANTED HAIR ON FACE, ARMS & LEGS REMOVED QUICKLY and PERMANENTLY JANICE SCHULZE Phone 386-3311 508 N. Elm - Downstairs Jefferson, Iowa Jerry Schroeder ... in what part of the beef animal are the highest priced cuts of beef found? Loin. ... what comes next in the price of cuts? Next in line comes the Rump and Hind Quarters; then, the Back and Ribs, Shoulders, Neck and Brisket. ... that the Brisket is where the lower-priced meat is; so why would you want it full and, yet, trim? Brisket is one of the last places to fill out on a finished beef animaj. .•. . why the brisket could be too full on a good finished beef steer? The animal could be fed too long (overdone). SCHROEDER'S Carpet & Decorating Across the Street from Safeway Parking Lot Downtown Carroll The bride was attired in a gown of Nottingham lace and a full mantilla veil. Matching ruffles enhanced the bishop sleeves, neckline and hem of her gown. She carried a bouquet of pink roses, baby's breath, stephanotis and miniature carnations. The pearl pink polyester gowns worn by her attendants were complimented by pink hats. All carried nosegays of pompons and carnations in the bride's colors, pink and aqua. The wedding reception was held at the Elks' Club in Carroll from 3 to 6 p.m. Mrs. Rohrbeck graduated from Carroll Community High School and from Western Iowa Tech as an operating room technician. She is employed in the surgical department of St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll. Her husband graduated from Glidden-Ralston Community High School and Universal Trade School. He farms south of Glidden and also is employed by Glidden Farm Equipment. After a week's honeymoon in Florida the couple will make their home on Route 2, Glidden. TUESDAY— Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Mrs. James Myrtue Jr. Volunteen Career Day, 3:30 p.m., hospital education room Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Daniel Sullivan Gay Wine T's, Mrs. Lynn Curuy Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Doris Snyder Jollyettes, Mrs. Gene Becker Honorettes, Kathleen Reinhart J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Louis Wolterman Pla-Mor, Tony's, Mrs. Edward Reardon High Bidders, Mrs. Ed Schroeder Community Club, Mrs. Leo Berning A.B. Club, Mrs. Leo Augustine Towri and Country, Mrs. Christina Taphorn .P-layers 8, Mrs. Robert Overmohle WEDNESDAY— County Legion Auxiliary, Dedham U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; Afternoon, Mrs. James Cruchelow; Evening, Mrs. Robert Woodhouse Chit-Chat, Mrs. Glenn Heithoff H.G. Club, Mrs. William Pudenz To Marry . . . Sheryl S. Sehi, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virtus Sehi of Neligh, Neb., and James F. Martin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Martin of Carroll, will be wed in a May 15 ceremony and make their home in Omaha. Miss Sehi is employed by Dr. Kathrein, D.D.S. and Mr. Martin, by Baldwin Carpets, both in Omaha. JillKrogh To be Bride Mr. and Mrs. Ted N. Krogh of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Jill Ann, to Kevan Juergens, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Juergens, also of Carroll. The wedding is set for May 28 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Carroll. . Ccnxote i CARROLL. IOW« " 792 9096 7 DAYS ONLY MARCH 12 Thru 18 7:15 A 9:15 Elliott Gould and Jennifer O'Neill In The Funniest Movie Since M*A*S*H* Now Thru March 18th Evei. Al 7:30 t 9:30 Sun. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 UZA 5ENE M1NNEJLL1 BUKT MAN REYNOLDS LUCKY LADY Clins rio* and Our 1975 Annual Report came out this month. .Some of the past year's highlights were these: - We shipped approximately 1 million tons of coal from our mines in Hanna, Wyoming, to fuel our electric generating stations in Iowa. - Construction costs for new energy facilities in 1975 totaled more than $50 million. The 1976 construction budget includes more than $94 million, and our five-year construction budget is almost $400 million. ^ - The average IPS residential customer increased his annual consumption of electricity by almost 11% during 1975 — from 6,068 to 6,732 kilowatt hours. - To date, IPS has spent more than $11 million on air- quality control equipment so that rigid local, state and federal pollution standards can be met. Pollution control equipment for the Neal generating station, now under construction, will cosl about $40,million. That cosl will be shared by IPS and 1 other owners. - A total of 22 IPS franchises were renewed during 1975 by an overall average of 89.5%. - Our customers began receiving a newly-designed bill last November. The new statement is designed to provide more complete am . understandable information about energy costs. - In January, 1975, a 9.45% electric rate increase went into effect. In September, we requested an additional 9.4% increase, which was placed into effect with the energy statement you received in January. Both increases are subject to refund, pending final approval by the Commerce Commission. Our operating expenses climbed 23% — $19 million more than in 1974. And our taxes increased to $21 million — 21% more than a year ago. Approximately 17 cents of every dollar of revenue went for taxes. The business of providing energy is becoming much more complicated and expensive each year. As we meet these challenges, however, our goal remains the same — to provide you the very finest utility service at the lowest possible cost, consistent with reliable service now and in the years ahead. If you're concerned about safety and security at your farm or place of business, maybe it's time to think about upgrading your present lighting. If you need assistance in planning the type of lighting that's just right for your particular situation, give us a call ... we'd be glad to help. ' The reason so many people don't live within their income is that they don't consider that living.

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