Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 19, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, March 19, 1976
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Glio Members to be Installed At Manning New officers of the Carroll County Federation of Women's Clubs, to be installed at the county convention March 23 at Manning, will include four members of Clio Club. Mrs. Reese Abbe will be president; Mrs. John E. Martin, vice president; Mrs. William D. Kurth, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. W. L. Reitz, literary chairman. Convention announcements were made at Clio's meeting Thursday afternoon at the IPS meeting room. Mrs. David Collison will be in charge of a skit to be given by Clio members at the convention. Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain, Clio president, read a biography of Mary Stuart, author of "Club Woman's Collect" as she opened the meeting. The club voted memberships in Friends of the Library and Band Boosters of Carroll Community School and the women were urged to attend the Karl King Band and Glee Club concert here Sunday evening, under Band Boosters auspices. Clio has donated the book "The Russians" by Hedrick Smith to the Carroll Public Library. It was reported that WHAT'S A BATH WITHOUT A BUDDY? Village Bath Buddies Available At The BATH SHOPPE In The Alley Timot Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, March 19, 1976 Mrs. Leighton Wederath and Mrs. S. L. Sherman have submitted original poems to the poetry division of the IFWC. Mrs. Martin gave a report on the General Federation convention in Philadelphia June 13-18. Reservations are being made for the chartered bus trip which includes'tours. The state convention is Set for April 20-21 in Des Moines. In "Flashes from IFWC," Mrs. Kurth told of the Environmental Quality of the United States developed seven years ago by the National Wildlife Federation. Her report included problems of pollution, land abuse and vanishing wilderness. In keeping with the program theme "Resource Recovery," Mrs. J. D. Moore spoke of the growing concern about solid waste In America. A member of the Iowa Coalition for Resource Recovery, Mrs. Moore noted that each person generates 2,000 pounds of trash each year. She encouraged her listeners to become concerned citizens and become active in attacking the growing problems. She showed slides of the Metro Solid Waste Agency of Des Moines and of recycling solid waste here and in Ames. The tea table was decorated in a spring theme. Hostesses were Mrs. Abbe, Mrs. James Grettenberg and Mrs. John H. Fortune. NURSES TO MEET The District 13 Iowa Nurses Association will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m. at the McCrary-Rost Clinic, Lake City. Dr. Dale Christensen, M.D., will present a program on child abuse. All area R.N.s may attend. OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 WED. & FRI. TILL 9 p.m. SHOP and SAVE at Kill Itu fSttmt Wisttmlowil it's tfie living enjf! Furniture Serving Iowa 2.') Years Edil Edge ot CARROU Hwy 30 712/792 4318 Clubs Met Thursday for Card Games POMPTAE SOMATEO Club was entertained at the h6me of Mrs. Elmer Wille, with Mrs. Henry D. Johnson as her additional guest for the evening. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. James Aitken, Mrs. Al Gute and Mrs. Elmer Walz. On April 8 the club will meet with Mrs. Leo Hulsing. Mrs. Ted Schulz Jr. was hostess to L. OR L. CLUB members and two others guests, Mrs. Gertrude Wieland and Anna Underberg, at her home. The evening was spent playing canasta, with Mrs. Art Wenck receiving high score prize and Mrs. Frank Wegner, lo.w. Mrs. Wegner will have the next party, April 15. The E.B.C. CLUB met for an evening of bridge at Mrs. Clair Otto's home. Score prizes' were won by Mrs. Gene Grethen, Mrs. Elmer Heiman and the hostess! The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan, April 22. Meeting for bridge at the home of Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp were members of the 8 C'S CLUB. Score prizes were awarded at the close of the evening to Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, high; Mrs. Gerald Baumhover, second; and Mrs. Robert Overmohle, traveling. The April 15 party will be at Mrs. Overmohle's. Five pairs were winners at the Thursday morning meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room. In first place were Mrs. Ashton McCrary and Mrs. Gary Fahen, Lake City. Mrs. Allen Stroh and Mrs. Edward Feld were second; Mrs. 0. G. Clause and Mrs. Dean Baker of Jefferson, third. In a tie for fourth were Mrs. R.B. Morrison of Carroll and Mrs. Jim Minnehan of Churdan, Mrs. Josef Martin and Mrs. Earl Connors. The next games will be played April 1. Mrs. Jerry Schenkelberg entertained the N.B.C. CLUB at her home Thursday night. High score prize winner was Mrs. Gerald Schulte and second, Mrs. Wilbur Singsank. Third went to Mrs. Daryl Winker, an additional guest. CARROLL CABLE TV is celebrating spring with a FREE INSTALLATION OFFER for a limited time only # Join the exciting world of Cable TV today 12 action color channels including a 24 hour color weather, music and information channel. CALL 792-4800 CARROLL CABLE TV jSoc/a/ Calendar Future Bride... Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hall of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Kristy to Randy Irlbeck/son of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Irlbeck of Dedham. An Aug. 7 ceremony is planned at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. On April 1 the club will meet with Mrs. Cecil Menke. Mrs. Dennis Snyder entertained the C.C.C. CLUB at her home Thursday afternoon. Additional guests at the bridge party were Mrs. Robert Nieland and Mrs. Roger Kanne. Mrs. Dwight Fiscus received high score prize; Mrs. Larry Bruning, second;- and Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh, low. Mrs. Tevepaugh will be hostess next, April 15. Bridge was played at the T.E.G. CLUB party at the home of Mrs. Robert McKone. Receiving prizes at the close of the evening were Mrs. Earl Connors, high; Mrs. Fred Deierling, second; and Mrs. Clark Peters, traveling. Mrs. Peters will entertain next, April 1. Woman Seeks Auditor's Post AUDUBON — Mrs. Marilyn Smith of Audubon has taken out nomination papers to seek the Democratic nomination for Audubon county auditor. She is a native of Exira, and now is a part-time employe in the office of the public health nurse. Before that she worked in the Soil Conservation District office seven years and then 4V 2 years in the Audubon County ASCS office. Mrs. Smith's husband, Richard, is a U.S. Postal Service employe. The couple has three children. Incumbent Auditor Dave Christensen, a Republican, is seeking reelection. PUBLIC HEARING A public hearing on the North Central Iowa Area Agency on Aging (NCIAAA) interim area plan will be held Wednesday, April 7, 9:30 a.m. at the Iowa Central Community College dormitory cafeteria at Fort Dodge. The area advisory council will meet immediately after the hearing^ BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Activities and meals for the Carroll senior citizens program next week at the Masonic Temple, 527M: N. Adams are listed below. The meals will be served at noon. An elephant bingo day will be Tuesday. The monthly blood pressure clinic with Mrs. Leone Jensen, R.N., and a member of the Carroll County Ambulance Service will be Thursday. On Friday Cecelia Eltgroth and music group will perform. The menu for the week: Monday: Beef and noodles, buttered peas, orange jello with mandarin oranges and cake with topping. Tuesday: Polenta sausage barbeque style, potatoes and gravy, beets, peach half on lettuce with cottage cheese, home baked bread, and vanilla-banana pudding. Wednesday: Beef and ham loaf, potatoes and gravy, green bean casserole, diced pears, and baked pineapple pudding. Thursday: Chicken, creamed potatoes, baked corn custard, lime jellow with fruit, and cookies. Friday: Fish, lemon sauce, po.tatoes and gravy, green vegetable and carrot jello, cranberry sauce and strawberry shortcake. Carroll Recreation Department The following lists the activities for next week at the Courtview Apartments, 514 N. Court. The activities are open to all Carroll residents, 60 or older. For further information or if transportation is needed, phone the Carroll Recreation Department at 792-1000. Monday through Friday: 10 a.m.—Crafts Monday: 2:30 p.m. — "Inching Toward Meters." A program to help you get acquainted with meters, liters, and grams. Tuesday: 2:30 p.m. — Games and quizzes Wednesday: 2:30 p.m. — Sing-a-long Thursday: 2:30 p.m. — Laurel and Hardy movies, "Haunted Spooks" and "Laurel and Hardy's Murder Case" Friday: 2:30 p.m. — Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Bayliss, guest speakers, with a slide presentation on their trips. Miss Staiert Complimented A bridal shower honoring Deanna Staiert was given by Mrs. Mike Berg and Mrs. Steve Schmitz Sunday at Mrs. Berg's home in Arcadia. Twenty-five guests were invited to the courtesy. Shades of blue, Miss Staiert's chosen colors, were featured in decorations. After gifts were opened, the hostess served lunoh. Miss Staiert will become the bride of John Ricke on April 3. Parents of the couple are the Joseph Staierts of Carroll and Archie Rickes of Arcadia. ft Sundae Buy one, get the second one for 1< a "Scrumpdillyishus" offer good Thurs. & Fri., March 18 & 19 What a "scrumpdillyishus" sale. Buy one DAIRY QUEEN sundae any -^^~- size and get a second one for H. It's America's favorite treat topped with hot fudge or strawberry or any flavor you like. Anything this good just has to be shared. So bring a friend and eat, drink and save while this great offer lasts at participating DAIRY QUEENS. ' * "Let'i all go to the DAIRY QUEEN" Dairg Queen DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER Hi way 30 and N. Weil St. v Carroll •Reg. U.S. Put. Oil., Am, O.Q. Coip. Id Copyright 1975 Am. 0.0 Coip. FRIDAY- , F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Carl Bduerle Golden Circle SATURDAY- Golden Circle SUNDAY — W.C. Euchre Club, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kluver MONDAY— Round Table, 8 p.m., Mrs. Lambert Winnike Newman Study Club, Mrs. L.R. Chapman Rebckah, Lodge W.B. Club, Mrs. Robert $1,500 to Jaycee Ettes for Meals Larry Blackley of Communities Opportunities, Inc., presented the Carroll Jaycee Ettes with.$1,500 Thursday, Jaycee Ette President Mrs. Doyle (Myrna)Beebersaid. The money will help offset the cost' of beginning the Pioneer Trails Nutrition program known as the Carroll congregate meals for senior citizens which the Jaycee Ettes sponsored, she said. The meal program is partially funded by federal monies and by contributions from the meal participants. The meals are served Monday through Friday at noon for persons age 60 and older at the Masonic Temple, 527Vz N. Adams St. Lunch Menus Carroll Community school lunch menus for the coming week: Monday, March 22— Chile dog, spring salad, sliced peaches, krun- chy topped cake, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday, March 23— Beef stew with vegetables, cheese wedge, ap- pleasauce, bread and butter, peanut butter bar, milk. Wednesday, March 24 — Ham • salad sandwiches, candied sweet potatoes, baked beans, pudding, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, March 25— Fried Chicken, cottage cheese, fruited jello, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Plans Made by the PWP Gov. Robert Ray has proclaimed the week of March 21-27 National Single Parents' Week, said Jeanie Daniel, of the Carroll Parents Without Partners Club. On March 27 the club will celebrate birthdays for the month at the Golden Slipper in Dunlap. The meal will be at 7:30 p.m. with dancing following. A carpool will leave Carroll at 6:30 p.m. from the Villa in Carroll and Cronks in Denisonat6:45p.m. All single parents are invited to attend PWP activities. Custody of the children is not an eligibility factor. The club has its business meeting the first Sunday of each month at 7:30 p.m. in the Carroll County Court House meeting room. Altar Society Met at Vail VAIL — The March meeting of St. Ann's Altar Society, held here Thursday evening, began with a mass and a style show. About 50 attended, including several guests. Mrs. W.R. Millender of Stretch arid Sew, Carroll, presented the show, assisted by her mother, Mrs. Mabel Strange, and daughter, Sue. . In a brief business session conducted by Mrs. Wayne Anderson, president, discussion concerned the forthcoming DCCW convention. Lunch was served by the St. Patrick's Circle under chairmanship of Mrs. Wesley Riley and Mrs. Joyce Siegner. Mrs. Tom Malloy received the door prize. Christensen Double Four, Mrs. Zita Hulsebus Golden Circle TUESDAY — Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Norman Winchester Newcomers Coffee, 9:30 a.m., court house Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Allan Peterson E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Edward Fasbender B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Lamar Esbeck Delta Dek, Red Carpet A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Art Reinart H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Clair Schmitz WEDNESDAY— Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. James Furey Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Archie Jones Toastmistress, Derby Finessettes, Mrs. Ewald Stock Golden Circle euchre 4 DupIicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS Church Services IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH Lidderdale, Iowa Albert T. Bostelmann, Pastor Sunday— 9:30 a.m. Sunday Worship Service. Sermon theme: "God, Give Us the Light to See How We Have Failed." 10:45 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. Monday— 7:30 p.m. Special meeting of the voters' assembly. Tuesday— 6:30 p.m. Weekday religious classes. Wednesday— 7:30 p.m. Midweek Lenten service. Sermon theme: "I Believe In The Lord And Giver Of Life." The Ladies' Choir will sing, "Come Hither Now and Ponder." 8:30 p.m. Rehearsal of Ladies' Choir. FIRST UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 1620 North Adams Street Carroll, Iowa Earnest W. Larson, Minister Sunday— 9:15 a.m. Church School 10:30 a.m. Family Worship 11:30 a.m. Fellowship Coffee. Bake Sale sponsored by Sr. UMYF 6:30p.m. Jr. Hi UMYF 7:30 p.m. Lenten Discussion Group at the parsonage Monday— 3:30 p.m. Brownies 7:30 p.m. S.S. Teachers meet in Community Room at Carroll Health Center Tuesday— 9:30 a.m. Lenten Bible Study in Social Rom 3:30 p.m. Girl Scouts Wednesday— 3:30 p.m. Confirmation 7:00 p.m. Sr. UMYF 7:39 p.m. Lenten Discussion Group in Social Room 7:30p.m. Board of Trustees Thursday— 9:00 a.m. Quilting 3:30 p.m. Children's Choir 6:30 p.m. Girl Scouts '8:00p.m. Chancel Choir E FREE BEAUTY BATH GIFT BOX With Any $2.50 or More Village Bath - Purchase The BATH SHOPPE Alley 25th Year Open House for Patricks Mr. and Mrs. Delbert L. Patrick of Carroll will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 28. Open house for relatives and friends will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. in. the fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church. Hosts will be their sons, David of Tulsa, Okla., and Dennis, at home. The couple requests no gifts. King Band Benefit Here on Sunday The Karl King Band and Glee Club of Fort Dodge will present a concert in Washington D.C., on Iowa Day, May 31. The King band will give a performance at the Carroll High School gym at 8 p.m. Sunday to raise funds for the trip. The trip to the nation's capital city is sponsored by the National Foundation of Music Club's and the National Music Council. The group will perform in the Kennedy Center of Performing Arts, on the Capitol Building steps, at Lincoln Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery. Carroll High Band Instructor John Erickson has been a member of the King band since 1954 and will travel with it to Washington D.C., he said. Tickets for the Carroll concert may be purchased from the Carroll High School band parents, Elks' Club and the Chamber of Commerce. SAT. A SUN. MARCH 20 A 21 Each Day One* Al 2:00 P.M. Family Matinee] Both Adults * Child I Only $1.00 'HEIDI* PETER'l 7 DAYS FRI. Thru THURS. MARCH 19 thru 25 §||llllll|||llllll|||llllll|||llllll|||lllltl|||IIH!l||j = Iv.i. 7:15 t 9:15 Sun. A» 1 a 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 A BROUGHT BACK LCVESTORY | — 'THE OTHER SIM 1 OFTHE. I MOUNTAIN' I •Illliillllllfiiiilllliiiillliliiiiilllliiiiilllliiniltl "SUNSHINE BOVS" Adv.rti«d °" program will be thown lot»r 7 DAYSI FRIDAY Thru THURS. 7 DAYS Sfart. Fri., MAR. 19 Ivei. At 7 ft 9 P.M. Sun. At 2:00, 7:00, 9:00 ' — ~'.~^.'» J» J» j».m-mm-»^.^^^^^|.^^ Hie KARL KING BAND and FT. DODGE GLEE CLUB will present a BICENTENNIAL CONCERT Sunday, March 21 at the CARROLL HIGH SCHOOL AUDITORIUM 8:00 p.m. Adm.: Adults $2.00 .— Students $1.00 Sponsored by th, Carroll Band Boost.* *~~~~'~««^^

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