Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 23, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 23, 1976
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Following announcement of the party by Mrs. Wilson, Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick gave a brief description of the comedy that is to be presented. For the program, Mrs. V. Stuart Perry reviewed James Michener's book, "Centennial," which deals with the North American West — especially Colorado — from pre-history to the present. She said that the novel is based solidly upon facts of history and development of this country and of the immigrants from many nations who came to the West and drove the Indians out. As the story ends, thoughtful men of Colorado Reunion is Planned by Class of 1936 MANNING - June 20 has been set as the date for a reunion of the Manning High School class of 1936. The event will be held at the V.F.W. hall here, beginning with a social hour at 10:30 a.m. A family-style dinner will be served at 1:30, and there will be entertainment following the dinner and meeting. Reservations are due by June 1 and may be made by calling or writing Ralph Hagedorh, 405 Main St., Manning. Members of the class who did not graduate also are invited, according to Hagedorn. ,Mlt*MM*l«fllM< BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC fimei Herald, Carroll, la. M Tuuday, March 23, 1976 1 are trying to find ways to repair the damages done to their land by the headlong industriousness of their predecessors. Lunch was served at the close of the evening, with Mrs. Perry presiding at the coffee service. Firemen View Films, Set School Members of the West Central Iowa-Fire Fighters Association viewed three training films at a meeting in Lake View Monday night and decided to have the annual fire school in Denison on May 2, President Ed Feld said. The school will cover the topics of ventilation, car accident rescues, fighting petroleum fires, rescue in smoke filled rooms and self-contained breathing apparatus. The school will end with a water fight among the fire fighters, he said. The next meeting of the association will be in Manning on April 26. Plan Facility for Law Officers IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP) -A plan to combine facilities for Iowa City police and Johnson County sheriff's deputies has been approved by the City Council here. Both law enforcement agencies would be housed in a new building behind the county courthouse. Although most council members agreed with the joint concept and said the $7 million proposal would be in the best interests of the city and the county, some doubted that voters would approve it in a referendum June 8. DANCE CLASSES The Hustle, Rocking Chair and Jitter-bug will be just a few of the dances taught at the popular dance classes for adults beginning March 30 at the American Legion Building. Kim Ingerslev and Mary Greteman will be the dance instructors. The classes are offered free by the Carroll City Recreation Department. The course will meet on Tuesday nights and interested persons should attend the first meeting. Clubs Met Monday for Card Games The E.S.P. CLUB was entertained at Mrs. Edward Fasbender's home, with Mrs. Dean Fredrickson as co-hostess. Mrs. Gene Heithoff was an additional guest for the evening of bridge. Prizes went to Mrs. Fredrickson, high; Mrs. John Boes, second; and Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, low. On April 27 the club will meet with Mrs. Fredrickson. Six tables of pinochle were in play Monday afternoon at the GOLDEN CIRCLE clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Louise Fasbender won high score prize; Mrs. Leo Augustine, second; and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, third. Victor Wernimont and Anton Pickhinke received men's high and second. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Margaret Sapp and the tally prizes went to Mrs. Pickhinke and Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden. Meeting for bridge Monday evening at Mrs. Robert Christensen's home were members of the W.B. CLUB and another guest, Mrs. M.J. Arts. High score prize was won by Mrs. Jack Stangl; second, Mrs. Joe Dalhoff; and low, Mrs. Darwin JBunger. Mrs. Dalhoff will be hostess next, April 26. The DOUBLE FOUR Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Zita Hulsebus Monday night. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Edwin Tigges, high; Mrs. James Mitchell, second; and Mrs. Donald Danner, traveling.'Mrs. Richard Hartzell will have the next party, April 5. WORKSHOPSET AMANA (IDPA) - The third annual workshop of the Iowa mental health authority will be held at Amana on Friday and Saturday. It will be geared to mental health center board members from across the state. The workshop will be under the direction of Miss Dorothy C. Balfanz, a consultant to the National Center for Voluntary Action in Washington, D.C. Miss Balfanz is from Mason City and has directed training workshops for various volunteer organizations throughout the country. spurgeons Spring gale of Bras byPlayte: Save $1.51) on 2! Cross Your Heart Soft Sider™ bras, style #966—soft cup, reg. $4.95 2 for 8.40. #961 with fiberfill, or #962 with padded cups, regular $5.95 2 for 10.40 Save $1.50 on 2! 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From left: Mrs. Ware, chairman of the project committee; Mrs. John H. Fortune, president of the friends group; Mrs. Robert Day and Mrs. Paul Pascoe, both project committee members. New Slate Elected by Newman Club A new slate of officers for the coming year was elected by Newman Study Club at a meeting Monday evening at Mrs. L.R. Chapman's home. Mrs. Cletus Windschitl will serve as,president; Mrs. William Polking, vice president; Mrs. James Kerwin, secretary; and Mrs. Robert Pudenz, treasurer. Under discussion was the book "Man's Search for Himself" by Rollo May, M.D. Mrs. David Collison and Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr. focused upon the main themes of the book: how to dispel anxiety and loneliness, how to channel destructive emotions and how to attain personal freedom, inner strength and creative consciousness. The club's next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. B.J. Leahy, April 12. Marriage Plans Told Neu Speaks at Meeting of GOP Women Lt. Gov. Arthur A. Neu of Carroll said today that Iowa Republicans must become "more active in the political marketplace to demonstrate that Republicans are the prob1e m-so 1vers of government." Neu, in remarks prepared for delivery at the spring conference of the Iowa Federation of Republican Women, said Republicans must "submerge our differences and work harder than ever before to take the issues to the voters. Our candidates can no longer expect to win just because they are running on the Republican ticket. "The issues will be with us, both nationally and in Iowa," Neu said. "We'just have to take advantage of them.'' For example, Neu said that on the national level "Republicans are committed to developing permanent jobs while Democrats are^only interested in manufacturing temporary jobs which will not solve the problems of unemployment, < but simply prolong the quest for a healthy economic environment. In Iowa, 1 ' he added, "Republicans are proven problem-solvers and Democrats are not, as exemplified by their current inability to provide timely property tax relief." Neu said that "these issues and others can be boiled down to one basic difference. Democrats believe.that the passage of laws will correct all- of society's ills. Republicans believe that government can do no more than provide guidelines and stimulants." The lieutenant governor said that "Iowa once was secure in the Republican column, but today Iowa is a highly competitive, two-party state." "No longer can we take for granted that Iowa will support the Republican presidential candidate, elect a Republican congressional delegation, endorse a Republican legislature or elect republicans in the court houses throughout the state," he said. [Soc/a/ Calendar] SPURGEON'S BEAUTY SALON Phone 792-1656 Buy now and save! Charge It or Use Our Free Lay-Away at Spurgeon's 7 DAYS FRI. Thru THURS. MARCH 19 thru 25 Hll!llll|||ll»ll||lllllll|||lllll||||llll!l|||ll!lll|| ~~ Ev«.7:IS« 9:15 Sun. Al L 1.30,3:30,5,30,7:30,9:30 BROUGHT BACK NOT SINCE l£VE STORY 'THE OTHER SIDE ]PGj OF THE MOUNTAIN'I •Nil llllllllHIII illlllllHllllllllllllllll* "SUNSHINE iOYS Adv.rtJMd on program will b* shown I 7 DAYS) FRIDAY Thru THURS. •iiiiiiiii HiiiniiiiiiiiH uiiiiuiiiii g Show. At ^91 DAVID S7:30 t 9: & Sun. At ' ~~ «, 5:4S TUESDAY — Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Norman Winchester Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Allan Peterson B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Lamar Esbeck Delta Dek, Red Carpet A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman Arcadia Legion Auxiliary Meets ARCADIA — Carla Bruggeman, daughter of Mrs. Hazel Bruggeman, Arcadia, will represent the Ehlers and Gerken Unit No. 694 American Legion Auxiliary at Girls State at U.N.I., Cedar Falls, June 5-12. Alternate delegate is Carol Berg, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Berg, Westside. Carla is a junior at Ar-We-Va High School and Carol, a junior at Kuemper High School. The girls were chosen at the monthly meeting of the unit held recently. Girls State chairman is Mrs. Lewis Schmitz. : .- Mrs. Rose Badding, president, opened the meeting. Colors were advanced by Mrs. Lome Steinkamp and Mrs. Otmar Berger. Reports were given by Mrs. Warren Andersen on Junior Activities. Rose Marie Schweers reported that the poppy poster contest material has been taken to both St. John's and Ar-We-Va grade schools. The posters will be judged prior to the March 27 district conference and winning entries will then be taken to the district. Lunch was served by Mrs. Leroy Niehaus, Mrs. William Nobiling and Mrs. Don McDade. Entertainment was furnished by Mrs. Leonard Bruening, Mrs. Art Bruch and Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman. The door prize went to Mrs. Otmar Bierl. [PCl 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 Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS THURSDAY— New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh Eigh O'clock Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison Triple C, Mrs. Andy Carruthers Friendly Neighbor, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig Players 8, Mrs. Robert Overmohle STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Bible Dinner on March 30 Wycliffe Associates of Orange, Calif., authorized arm of Wycliffe Bible Translators, will host a complimentary dinner at 7 p.m; Tuesday, March 30, at Tony's Restaurant in Carroll. Speaker will be Russsell Daniels, who has been working with the Oglala Sioux Indians in South Dakota. Daniels joined Wycliffe in 1969 and in 1971 he and his wife moved to South Dakota to begin their work among the Indians. They have translated the story of Joseph and the miracles recorded in Mark's Gospel and are preparing them for publication. Reservations for the dinner may be made by calling 659-2252 or 659-3060. The dinners are free; however there will be an opportunity to participate in a freewill offering. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Van Wey of Elkhart announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kathleen to Michael Ausman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ausman of Carroll. A June 26 wedding is planned at Ankeny. Miss Van Wey is employed in Des Moines and her fiance, in Ankeny. Personals Visiting Millie Ellerbrock Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Haubrich and daughter of Omaha, Neb., and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haubrich and son Mike. Miss Ellerbrock is their aunt. LODGE MEETS Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in routine session at the IOOF hall Monday evening with Mrs. Earl Miller, noble grand, presiding. Lunch was served afterward by Mrs. Alice Krieg. Lunch hostess at the next meeting on April 12 will be Mrs. Harry Kunecke. TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $50 on o G.E. WASHER AND DRYER R« 9 ular*528 NOW ONLY HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA THE SCOPE ON ROPE The fashion focus is on rope and the look is great! Easy wearin' wedges bottomed out with crepe bring style into your sights — so "get the scope on rope! Front buckle in white, navy or rust leather uppers. $20.00 '• M Ellerbroek's Shoes Westgate Mall Carroll

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