Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 16, 1976 · Page 4
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Mrs. Oswald Is Honored at Surprise Party Mrs. Laura Oswald was given a surprise party by her children at the IPS community room Friday night in celebration of her 80th birthday. The evening was spent playing cards and visiting and a late lunch was served from a buffet table centered with a decorated cake made by her daughter, Mrs. Max Bell. Several floral arrangements were included in the decorations. With the exception of Mrs. Leon Neesof Scottsdale, Ariz., all of Mrs. Oswald's nine children and their families were present for the event. Besides Mrs. Bell and Mrs. Nees the children are Mrs. Frank Nees, Mt. Carmel; Mrs. Robert Louis and John Oswald, Carroll; Walt Oswald, Adams, Minn.; Andy Oswald, Omaha, Neb.; Mrs. John Seidl and Dick Oswald, Coon Rapids. Mrs. Oswald also has 47 grandchildren. Also attending were her sisters, Mrs. Ann Snyder and Mrs. Walter Snyder. Breda. Other guests were Mr. Snyder, Mrs. Herman Grote, Alma Derner, Frances Oswald, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stork, Lynn Stein, Lori McGrane and Jean Brickman. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuetday, March 16, 1976 Note 56th Birthday Of American Legion To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. Norris Swanson of Lincoln, Neb., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Beth to David Weiskircher, son of Mrs. Donald Weiskircher of Manning. Miss Swanson is a senior at Iowa State University. Her fiance is an alumnus of the same university and is employed by Bates Farms at Bennett. A May 29 wedding is planned at Ames. VINYL WALLCOVERING SPECIALS Vinyl In Stock 20% to 40% OFF Vinyls on Special Order Discounts on 8 s.r. or more Over 60 vinyl books to choose from. More than 3,000 vinyl prints. A total of 115 books of all types of wall coverings. Flocks Murals Grass Cloth Corks Vinyls Burlaps Wallpaper Foils For the perfect wallcoverings to fit your decor stop at the COMPLETE WALLCOVERING STORE... JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House — Carroll The 56th anniversary of the founding of the American Legion was marked in Carroll Monday night at a dinner for members of the Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 and Auxiliary. About 60 attended the potluck and program. Main speaker was Burdette Conover of Milford, a Vietnam veteran, whose talk concerned "The U.S.A.. the Community, and the Legion." Two Carroll Community School students, Jim Seidl and Jean Hulsebus, also gave talks on Americanism. Birthday cake was served to all, after which Post Commander Clifford Bierl and Auxiliary President Mrs. Course for Parents to Be He Id at Center A 24-hour course for parents will be held at the SW Iowa Mental Health Center in Atlantic, Instructor Phil Porter, psychologist, announced Tuesday. The course, entitled "Parent Effectiveness Training," is a nationwide educational program to teach parents practical communication and problem-solving skills. First developed in California in 1962 by Dr. Thomas Gordon, P.E.T., has now reached nearly a quarter of a million parents. Classes in Atlantic will begin March 30 and run for eight consecutive Tuesdays from 7 to 10 p.m. Two hours of undergraduate or graduate college credit are available to participants. For further information, to enroll, or to inquire about having P.E.T. taught in the community, Porter may be contacted at the Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center, 1408 E. 10th, Atlantic (243-2606). CCARC MEETING A regular meeting of the Carroll County Association for Retarded Citziens is set for 8 p.m. Thursday, March 18, in the meeting room of the Carroll County court house. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Charles Harms introduced their officers. Recognized as World War I veterans were Lester Wilke and Ralph McCord. The Auxiliary honored its members who have belonged 50 years or longer including Mrs. A. C. Reinowski and Mrs. Leo Schueller, both of whom were present, Mrs. Harold Traner, Mrs. Abner Strohm, Agnes Kerwin and Mrs. James Gatens. Mike Foley directed a sing-along featuring patfiotic songs, with Mrs. C. A. White as piano accompanist. Prayer was led by Mrs. Barry Jensen, Auxiliary chaplain. An afghan was awarded to Mrs. Nprbert Snyder of Wall Lake. Dinner tables were decorated with red poppies, blue flowers and yellow candles. Also featured was a United States map on which the original 13 colonies were outlined. Assisting in serving were Joleen Heinrichs, the local Auxiliary's 1975 Girls State representative, and Marty Meshek, one of the Post's representatives at Boys State. A uxil iary members comprising the birthday dinner committee were Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, Mrs. Mevlin Busche, Mrs. Ken Burkett, Mrs. Oscar Denney and Mrs. Larry Chartier. At Home and Mrs. Bernie Borer are living at 4704 Franklin, Omaha, Neb. They were married at Sacred Heart .Church-, Templeton, Feb. 7. The bride is the former Ann Weiskircher, daughter of Mrs. Donald Weiskircher of Manning. JCPenney Girl Scouts Celebrate; Hold Carnival Girl Scout Sunday was celebrated in Carroll in the St. Lawrence School Sunday afternoon. A special mass for the scduts was celebrated by the Rev. Patrick Walsh at the St. Lawrence Church, with all area. Girl Scouts invited to attend. A "father and daughter" carnival followed the mass at the school gym. Cecelia Eltgroth and the senior choir provided the music. Melanie Stevens and Amy Baumhover accompanied on the organ. The flags were carried by Beth Trullt, Pally Heller, Nancy Stockert, Jean Stukenholtz, Holly Drees, Jodl Blerl, Julie Korwes, Lori Baumhover, Linda Snyder and Teresa Wledemeler. The ushers were Jan Van- derhelden, Carol Baumhover, Julie Hugeback and Michelle Wernimont. The offertory was presented by JoAnn Brown, Brenda Struck, Christine Vanderhelden and Annie Arts. The petitions were read by Kim Blerl, Julie Bliss, Katy strautman, Peggy Stoner, Michelle Elch, Renee Helthoff and Carrie Bliss. The lector was Brlce Burkett. Following the mass, a "Father-Daughter Fun Fair" was held. The carnival began with a formal program and followed with, games. Game prizes were provided by the Girl Scouts and ranged from candy to homemade gifts. Each school and level of scouts had a different booth at the carnival. The program began with a sing-a-long led by Mrs. Don Severin. The St. Lawrence troop led the flag ceremony, followed with the Unity Candle Lighting Service. The program flags were carried by Aura Lee Burkett, Kim Sporrer, Kali leen Mlelk, Jill Tiefenthaler, Julie Hugeback, Roxanne Pasbender, Cathy Curry, Kim and Beth Sporrer and Sandy Derner. Leader's pins were awarded to: Caroline Johnson, Mary Greteman Mary Colllson, Carol Heller, Mary Baumhover and Sue Struck,'five- year pins; Kim Stangl, Karen Hunzelman, Cathy Vanderhelden and Sue Johnson, ten-year pins. The three "heroines" honored were Hilda Schwarzenbach, Jodl Jones and Sue Johnson. Senior corsages were presented to: • Virginia Watson, Jean Johnson, Becky Bllncow. Sue Jones, Vickl Hammen, Jenny Riesberg, Jayne StaleyandCathyLambertz. < Cadette first class pins were awarded to:-Connie Drees, Deane Mielk, Beth Schechinger, Julie Nelson, Mary Jo Wleland, Karen Stockert, Linda Schaefer, Ann Hagedorn, Peggy Snyder, Joan Wegman, Gretchen Belter, Patty Greteman, Terri Johnson, Lisa Brannen, Julie Grade, Ann Tiggesand PattyTigges. Kim Harms received the Marian Award, the highest award a scout can receive through the Catholic Church. Kathy Claude, district advisor of Fort Dodge, answered questions about the cookie sales and helped with plans for summer camp. -Staff Photo Hospital Shop Staffer ... Mrs. Roland Griffith works in the coffee shop at St. Anthony's Regional Hospital. She is one of 16 auxiliary members' needed each day to keep the coffee, gift shop and reception desk staffed. The hospital is payjng tribute to the auxiliary this week during Iowa Hospital Volunteer Week. The hospital's coffee and gift • shop is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and every night from 7 o'clock to 9 o'clock except Sunday. Last year, the 255-member auxiliary worked 20,850 hours. Social Calendar TUESDAY- Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Mrs. James Myrtue Jr. Voiunteen Career Day, 3:30 p.m., hospital education room Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Daniel Sullivan Gay Nine T's, Mrs. Lynn Curry ' 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 Town and Country, Mrs. Christina Taphorn .Players 8, Mrs. Robert Overmohle WEDNESDAY— Authentic Mexican Pots Sale on: All pots, wrought iron stands & ropes 15' 20 off all ropes ' off all pots 2 50 to 8" 20 ° off all wrought iron stands 30' 3 step, 4 step & single stand. off all pots $ 9 and up 20% off Accent Rugs Sale 3.19 21x36" reg. 3.99 Solid color accent rugs in geometric patterned cut-and- loop polyester pile. Machine washable. 27x45"; reg. 6.49 .. 36x58"; reg. 11.50.. Sale 3.19 21x36"; reg. 3.99 Multi-color striped accent rqgs in durable polyester. Fringed ends, waffle foam backing. 27x45"; reg. 7.99 ... .Sale6.39 36x58"; reg. *13 .... Sale 10.40 Catalog Phone 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Won., Toe.., Wed., Thur,. « Sat 9:00-9:00 Friday 1:00-5:00 Sunday OPEN FRIDAY NITES Till 9-SUMPm l T. 5 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 THURSDAY— Clio Club, IPS te.L.B.F. Club, Mrs. Ray Drees Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS C.C.C: Club, Mrs. Dennis Snyder L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ted SchulzSr. 8. C's Club, Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Elmer Wille T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Robert McKone. N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerome Schenkelberg E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Clair Otto Julie league Nominated For Award Julie Teague has been chosen as the Carroll Rainbow Girls' nominee for the first annual Bea Gran Fidelity Award, which will be presented later this year to the outstanding Rainbow Girl in Iowa. Each assembly in the state has been requested to submit the name of its nominee for consideration by the award co.mmittee. Miss Teague, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Teague, is currently serving as worthy advisor of Carroll Assembly No. 50. Her selection was made by written ballot at the group's regular meeting Monday at the Masonic Temple. In other business, plans were reviewed for attending the DeMolay state basketball tourney in Des Moines, and for a chili supper. On Rainbow Sunday, April 4, the girls'are to meet at 10:15 a.m. in the fellowship hall of First United 'Methodist Church, prior to attending the 10:30 worship service in a body. The next regular 1 meeting date is April 5. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of' the Manning Community School District will hold a special meeting in the office of the superintendent in the high school building in Manning at noon Wednesday, March 17. .. Marriage Encounter March 21st "New World 76" has been selected as the theme for the first annual marriage encounter rally to be held Sunday, March 21, at St. Mary's Auditorium in Storm Lake, Bill Kersting, of the Carroll Catholic Charities, announced. The event will be a one-day program of renewal, rekindling the spirit and reacquaintance of marriage encounter couples throughout northwest Iowa and surrounding areas, he said. The day's program will consist of presentations on the communication capabilities of the couple, spirituality in marriage, sexuality in marriage and the formation and development of Image groups (area centers of encounter couples' activity). The noon .meal will be a brown bag affair to allow maximum socializing with minimum expenditure of time and money. Registration will be held from 8:45 a.m. to 9:15 a.m. A small fee will be charged to cover expenses. "New World 76" will conclude with mass at 4 p.m. The marriage encounter is a weekend designed "to^make the good marriage even better." During the weekend, Friday evening to Sunday afternoon, the team of encountered couples and a priest, give a series of presentations which can help the couple learn a new technique of communication. For more information regarding the marriage encounter rally and transportation arrangements or the marriage encounter weekend, contact Bill & Lucy Kersting, 792-4545, or write to Marriage Encounter, Holy Spirit Center, 1600 West 24th Street, Sioux City, Iowa 51103. Phone (712) 255-4610. Future Bride Complimented A grocery shower honoring Susan Kock was given by her aunts, Mrs. Marvin Pietig and Mrs. Kenneth Pietig, at the letter's home near Carroll Saturday afternoon. Miss Kock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock, will become the bride of Bill Schrad,' son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Schrad, March 27 at St. Lawrence Church. About 15 guests attended the shower. Miss Kock was given a corsage from her hostesses, and her colors were featured in table decorations. Entertainment included c6urt whist, and lunch was served. 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* awio 2 CARROU. IOWA • 792-90M Now Thru March 18th Evei. At 7:30 C 9:30 Son. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 LUCKY LADY SHUGARI COUPON WEDNESDAY, MAR. 17 East Hwy. 30 & Vine Carroll, Iowa 9 WALLET SIZE COLOR PORTRAITS 994 Exfra charge for , GROUPS

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