Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 25, 1976 · Page 4
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Flower Club Has Lesson On Seedlings A lesson on how to raise seedlings was presented by Ella Platt at the monthly meeting of the Flower and Garden Club Wednesay at the home of Mrs. Archie Jones. Miss Platt told of making miniature green houses from plastic egg cartons, starting seeds and preparing them for planting out-of-doors. She also mentioned companion plants in a garden and those which should not be planted near each other. Lenore Osten was a guest in the group of ten attending the afternoon meeting. On April 28 the club will meet at Mrs. Dora Baumhover's home. Group Met For Euchre Golden Circle Club members met for their weekly euchre games Wednesday night at their clubrooms, with six. tables in play. Winning score prizes for women were Mrs. Louise Fasbender, high, and Mrs. Joe Gross, second. Leo Sellen and Mr. Gross won men's high and second. Tally prizes went to Mrs. Albert Baumhover and Mrs. Leo Stangl. HOSPITALIZED ARCADIA -, Mrs. John A. Schroeder Sr. of Arcadia is a patient at Clarkson Hospital, Omaha, Neb. She is in Room 753. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PUBLIC FISH FRY Friday, March 26 Serving 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. $2.00 for all you can eat July Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Edward Gehling of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Janice to Danny Hart, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hart of Coon Rapids. Miss Gehling is employed at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and her fiance, at Garst and Thomas, Coon Rapids. A July 10 wedding is planned at St. Mary's Church in Willey. Future Bride Complimented A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring LuAnn Gehling was given Saturday at the Iowa Public Service Co. building. Hostesses were Sue Gehling, Mrs. Dick Cornelius, Rose Naberhaus and Deb Goetzinger. Forty-five guests attended the courtesy. Corsages were presented to the honoree, her mother, and the mother of the future groom. After gifts were opened, lunch was served. Miss Gehling will become the bride of Tom Goetzinger on April 10 at Holy Angels Church in Roselle. Parents of the couple are the Robert Nagls and the Vince Goetzingers, all of Roselle. Interior Latex Flat Wall Paint • High hiding • Easy application • Rich flat sheen • Colors resist fading • Soap and water clean-up Now Only *5.99* gal. White and standard colors. Custom-mixed colors slightly higher. NOW $C99 Savings based on manufacturer's suggested retail price, Save $2.00 WALLHIDE Latex Flat Latex ,kt Wall Pai Wall Paint using the patented MICRORO® Process • Stains, spots and normal household dirt clean up easily • Excellent covering power in most colors • Rich flat sheen • Over 700 "now" colors to choose from • No unpleasant odor when painting • Soap and water clean-up Now Only '8.49* gal. NOW $g49 Save $2.68 White and standard colors. Custom-mixed colors slightly higher. * Savings based on manufacturer's suggested retail price. MANOR HALL Latex Flat Enamel the ultimate in wall decor • One finish for walls, trim and doors —use in any room • Gives you the durability and wash- ability of an enamel in a flat finish • Professional-looking results—flows on smoothly with no streaking • Hundreds of unique and distinctive colors Now Only Ml.50* gal. While and standard colors. Custom-mixed colors slightly higher. • Savings based on manufacturer's suggested retail price. NOW 50 Save $3.00 ^^^^^^^^•••••^••^^^^^^•••••i ierl's FURNITURE East Edge of CARROLL, Hwy. 30 Ph. 792-4318 Miss Smith Is Married at Holy Spirit Holy Spirit Church in Carroll was the setting for the March 20 wedding of Bonita A. Smith, daughter of Mrs. Patricia Smith of Carroll, and Michael W, Schelle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schelle of Breda. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. LeoLenz, V.F., officiated at the noon double ring ceremony. Music was provided by Gail Reicks and vocal group. Miss Smith was given in marriage by her mother and brother, Richard Smith. Honor attendants were the bride's sister, Mrs. Lou Ann Keairnes, and the groom's brother, Charles Schelle. Mrs. Mary Jo Brockman and Mrs. Linda Paul were brides- matrons; groomsmen were Howard Paul and Vernon Smith. Jodi Keairnes and Tonya Paul were flower girls and Jamie Brockman, ring bearer. Gerald L. Smith and Delbert Funk ushered. The bride wore a white gown, in empire style, designed with puffed sleeves and a high neck. Daisies enhanced the full skirt. Her headpiece, trimmed with daisies and pearls, secured a waist-length veil. She carried a cascade of white camelias and baby blue apple blossoms. Her attendants, carrying long-stemmed white camelias, wore long dresses in baby blue with white lace trim, and white hats. Following a reception at the American Legion hall in Breda for 250 guests the couple, left for a week's southern trip. They will make their home in Carroll. Miss Schelle is a graduate of Carroll High School and has been employed at Smitty's Casino Cafe in Carroll. Her husband graduated from St. Bernard High School, Breda, and farms with his father. Garnetts to Be Honored SCRANTON—Mr. and Mrs. Milferd Garnett of Jefferson will be honored on their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, April 4, at the educational building of the United Methodist Church in Scranton. Hosts for the open house, from 2 to 4 p.m., will be the couple's children and grandchildren. They request no gifts. CANCER CRUSADERS Grade school students in Carroll County will receive information on the seven warning signals of cancer in upcoming weeks. According to Mrs. Doris Snyder, R.N., and public education chairman of the local American Cancer Society, students will receive decals with cancer information for medicine cabinets and insignias to wear. The school campaign is part of the national "Junior Crusaders" program. Three Diamond Rings For Two Lovers by Magnificent diamonds to set your hearts pounding . . . Light your love with a sparkling diamond engagement and wedding ring set for • her ... a matching wedding band for you. LOEHR'S JEWELRY Westgate Mall - Carroll Phone 792-3284 To Marry... Mr. and Mrs. Charles Thielen of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Pam to Marlin Hein, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hein Jr. of Glidden. The couple plans to be married in St. Mary's Church, Willey, on June 12. Bicentennial Show Given at Club Parley MANNING — The Manning Federated Club was hostess for the spring convention of the Carroll County Federation of Women's Clubs here Tuesday at the United Presbyterian Church. Following the business session conducted by Mrs. Howard Copp of Glidden, county president, the group heard remarks from Mrs. Delmar Goos of Carson, director of 7th District IFWC. Each club gave a bicentennial show for the program. Participating were the Glidden-Ralston High School Choral Group under direction of Yvonne Westphal; the Coon Rapids FHA Girls, and three groups from the Manning High School music department. Manning clubwomen gave a style show; Arcadia women, "Reflections. of America the Beautiful"; and Clio Club of Carroll, "Reflections on Bicentennial Chronicles." Valerie Weller of Manning and Robin Fielder of Glidden read their essays on "A Past to Honor and a Future to Mold," which placed first and second, respectively, in the county organization's contest. County officers conducted a service in memory of three Clio Club members, Mrs. J. R. Byerly, Mrs. James W. Wilson and Mrs. Robert F. Barels, who died during the past year. New county officers installed included Mrs. Reese Abbe, president; Mrs. John E. Martin, vice president; Mrs. William D. Kurth, secretary-treasurer; and Mrs. Wilbert Reitz, literature chairman. All are Clio Club members. Glidden Entre Nous Club extended the invitation to host the 1977 convention. A tea table featuring the bicentennial theme was set by the Manning Club. Jurors Are Selected Jurors were selected Wednesday in the state vs. Howard P. Olesen case in Carroll County District court. Olesen, Bayard, is charged with operating a motor vehicle while under the influence. The jurors are: Madonna Koster, Bernadine Loeffelholz, Viola Langel, Barbara Haverman, Dorothy Grabner, Joe M. Tegels, Elmer Schroer, Raymond Meyers, June Cox, William Rupiper, Calvin Hughes and Andrew Nieland. TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL ^S SAVE $60 en a 6.E. MICRO WAVE OVEN REGULAR '429 NOW ONLY '369 HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROiL, IOWA Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Thursday, March 25, 1976 4 Social Calendar Activities and meals for the Carroll senior citizens program next week at the Masonic Temple, 327% N. Adams, are listed below. The meals will be served at noon. A "Newcomers' Day" will be Wednesday. Each participant is to bring a newcomer to the congregate meal. An April Fool's Bingo will be played on Wednesday with prizes donated by the participants. On Friday Cecilia Eltgroth and music group will perform. For information and reservations for the congregate meal program at the Masonic Temple call 792-2358 between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. After 6 p.m. and on Sunday (for a Monday meal reservation) call 792-2692. Monday: Salisbury steak, potatoes and gi'avy, peas and macaroni salad, sliced peaches and cake with frosting. Tuesday: Turkey, potatoes and gravy, green beans, mandarin orange jello, and butterscotch pudding. Wednesday: Beef casserole with dumplings, buttered corn, fruit salad and apple crisp. Thursday: Chicken, potatoes and gravy, creamed peas, vegetable jello, home baked bread and sherbet. Friday: Salmon loaf, scalloped potatoes, broccoli, coleslaw with apples, and cookies. 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: 10 a.m. — Crafts for Easter. 2:30 p.m. — "Creativity, Crafts, and You." Slide presentation on homemade crafts. Tuesday: 10 a.m. — Crossword Puzzles. 2:30 p.m. — Games and Quizzes. Wednesday: 10 a.m. Crafts. 2:30 p.m. — Sing-a-long. Thursday: 10 a.m. — Crossword Puzzles. 2:30 p.m. — "Mark Twain's America," movie. Friday: 10 a.m. —Crafts. 2 p.m. — Mrs. Cyril Eich, guest speaker, with slides on Hawaii. HOSPITALIZED GLIDDEN — Mrs. Emma Hartwigsen of Glidden was admitted to St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, Tuesday afternoon. To Be Bride ... Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Weber of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter, Rose Mae, to Steven J. Vonnahme, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Vonnahme of Arcadia. Vows will be exchanged Aug. 21 at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. \ Club to be Represented At Contest Mrs. Marjorie Testroet will represent the Carroll Toastmistress Club in the annual Council 2 speech contest Saturday at Boone. Several members of the local club plan to attend the event, to be held at the Colonial House. The club held its regular dinner meeting Wednesday evening at the Derby, with Mrs. Testroet, president, presiding. Table grace was offered by Rose Marie Schweers. All members participated in table topics moderated by Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen. Mrs. Joe Pick served as grammarian. The formal program featured speeches by Mrs. Testroet and Miss Schweers. The former's was titled "Are You Willing?" and emphasized that many great leaders achieved fame because they were willing to try. Miss Schweers' theme was "Life Beautifully Lived is Truly an Art." The next meeting is set for April 14 at the Derby. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 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 Players"8, Mrs. Robert Overmohle STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Three-Part Program at Little Flower A three-part program, "Mary and Your Spiritual Life," was featured at a meeting of Little Flower Study Club Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. James Furey. Mrs. Larry Reicks, speaking of personal devotion to Mary, referred to her as a model for all Christians in how to follow Jes'us. Devotion through the rosary was discussed by Mrs. Owen Martin, who quoted at length from "The Book of Mary" by Henri de Rotes. She attempted to show the club members a personal view of Mary by exploring in depth the general life style of the time in which Mary lived. Enlisting the participation of each person present, Phillip Poland sought to demonstrate that in doing for each other we do for Christ. As a spiritual reflection, Mrs. Norbert Hermsen read a grayer for the International Eucharistic Congress. Mrs. Colette Bock conducted the business session during which suggestions were entertained for the club's participation in the local bicentennial celebration. The next hostesses will be Mrs. W.C. Reynolds and Mrs. Bock, on April 28. FRIDAY— Golden Circle SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY- Rainbow Girls family supper, 5 p.m., Masonic Temple MONDAY— Friends of Library board, noon, Elks' Club TUESDAY— A.B. Club, Mrs. E.W. Van Meter Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Albert Reinhart Town and Country Club, Mrs. Joe Pick J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Three Pairs Win Games Five tables were in play at the first in a new series of duplicate bridge sessions, held Wednesday evening at the IPS community room. Winning pairs in the Howell movement games were Dr. and Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City, first; Mrs. Lois Houlihan and Mrs. Paul Handlos, second; and Dr. R.J. Ferlic and Lambert J. Thelen, third. The next games will be at 8 p.m., April 7. • Calculators • Adding Machines • Typewriters STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll THE ARMY RESERVE. PART OF WHAT YOU EARN IS PRIDE. You may join the Army Reserve to learn a skill, or to earn a good second income. But you could come away with something a lot 'more important. It's not something you can put in the bank. You pay (ot it with your sweat, your spirit, your mind, and your time. It's called pride. CALL 712-792-1795 or TOLL FREE 1-800-362-2370'&£ l \ LIVING SCREENS for Homes WINDBREAKS for Forms I i il AUSTRIAN PINE A hardy fast-growing pine. Has very stiff needles and forms a dense pyramid shape. Extremely hardy and long-living. Ideal for windbreaks and screens. Plant 15 ft. apart in row. Rows 16 to 20 ft. apart. Regular price $3.95 Larger sizes also available CONCOLOR FIR 3} 12/18" W.B. $7.95 ea. DOUGLAS FIR / » J^B $9 95 ea. COLORADO BLUE SPRUCE A hardy stiff branched evergreen. The blue color makes an excellent contrast in summer and winter. Medium growing. Ideal for inside row of windbreaks or specimen plantings. Plant 15 ft. apart in row. Rows 16 to 20 ft. apart. Each plant is growing in a container BLACK HILLS SPRUCE 9/12" $8.95 ea. Use Your Credit Cord |SBB| AARAL '•" GARDEN CENTER HOURS: Mon..Thur».l:00-5:00 tiiunAv ?rf.«:00.»:00 £r« N £, AY 1:00-5:00 p.m. W Hwy.30West Carroll

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