Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 30, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, March 30, 1976
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Tickets are Available For Hamilton Dinner Time! Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, March 30, 1976 Tickets are now available for the April 26 Friends of the Library dinner featuring Carl Hamilton, it was reported at a Friends board meeting Monday noon. They may be obtained from any board member or at the Carroll Public Library. The 7 p.m. dinner at the Elks' Club was the main topic of discussion at the board's luncheon meeting at the Elks'. Mrs. John H. Fortune, president, presided and Library Director Gordon Wade was in the group of about 20. Mrs. Robert Ware, projects chairman, presented the report on progress of the dinner plans. It was noted that Hamilton, formerly of Glidden, will autograph copies of his book "In No Time at All" the night of the dinner. Copies of the book are now on sale at the library. Board members were informed that "In No Time at All" has received special KODAKorGAF COLOR FILM DEVELOPING and Printing $327 $479 New Borderless Prints FAST SERVICE SERNETT FAMILY CENTER Westgate Mall 12 Exposure Roll 20 Exposure Roll commendation and approval from the Iowa Bicentennial Commission. Assisting Mrs. Ware with dinner details are Mrs. Robert Day and Mrs. Paul Pascoe. Mrs. Vincent Koenig is ticket chairman. The board also discussed possible participation in the city's bicentennial celebration this summer. Have Talk On "Going Metric" Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — The special feature at the Ace Club held in the Mrs. Emil Grundmeier home Thursday afternoon was an extension lesson "Going Metric in the Kitchen." Presenting it was Mrs. Anna Marie Liechti with slides shown by Evelyn Hoick. Presiding at the business session was President Mrs. Clifford Bruggeman. Roll call was answered by the 18 members. Mrs. Orville Kroeger became a new member. A game presented by Mrs. Bruggeman was won by Mrs. Helena Petersen. The hostess gift went to Mrs. Bruggeman. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Grundmeier. Guests were Mrs. Ralph Niehaus and Mrs. Dave Musfeldt. BOND REPORT R.A. Wright, volunteer county savings bonds chairman, reported Tuesday that January sales of Series E and H savings bonds in Carroll County were $106,724. This gives the county 11 per cent .of its 1976 quota. MOBILE OFFICE The mobile office of Rep. Tom Harkin, D-Ames, was-in Dedham, Halbur, Templeton and Gray Monday. Dick Thomas, district representative, said attendance was poor because of the weather. To Marry ... Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langel of Templeton announce the engagement of their daughter Shirley to Vic Tomka Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Tomka of Carroll. A May 8 wedding is planned at Sacred Heart Church, Templeton. Two Birthdays Are Observed LANESBORO — Mr. and Mrs. Henry F. Berns of Lidderdale were Sunday dinner guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and -Mrs. Keith Hart at Manson, in celebration of the birthdays bf Mr. Berns and Mrs. Hart, which were on the same day. In the group were the Harts' children, Mark, Marty and Tammy; also Rhonda Jepson and Rebecca Schoon. A catered dinner was served at noon. The birthday cake was baked and decorated by Miss Jepson. The honorees received gifts and cards. Play Cards At 4 Tables Four tables of pinochle were in play at the Golden Circle Club's Monday afternoon gathering at the clubrooms. High score prize was won by Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen and second, Mrs. Leo Augustine. Anton Pickhinke and Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden tied for third. The traveling prize was retained by Mrs. Lucille Schriner and the tally prize went to Mrs. Herman Nieland. Rotarians' Program at the Hospital Carroll Rotarians met in the education room of St. Anthony Regional Hospital Monday night for a dinner and program arranged by Robert Blincow, hospital administrator. Robert Dorpinghaus, chief of the anesthesia department and inhalation therapy, presented the program. Dorpinghaus explained the various processes of anesthesizing a patient and demonstrated the equipment used. Dr. Lynn Curry, a Rotarian, served as the "patient" for the demonstrations. During the business session, it was announced that club members will go to Boone next Monday night for an interclub meeting of'the Boone, Carroll, Nevada and Jefferson clubs. Members will meet at the court house at 5 p.m. to board L. A. (Jack) Smith's London double-decker bus for the trip to Boone. The bus is scheduled to leave at 5:15 p.m. Mike Roberson was a guest of Fred Witt. Bishop at Confirmation WILLEY - The Sacrament of Confirmation was conferred upon the fifth and sixth grade students and two adults of St. Mary's parish March 23. The Most Rev. Frank H. Greteman, bishop of the Sioux City diocese, was celebrant of the 7:30 p.m. mass and conferred the sacrament. He Was assisted by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. and the Rev. Henry Meyer. The Rev. Michael Sernett was master of ceremonies. Also in the sanctuary were the Rev. James Fangman and the Rev. Thomas Topf. Receiving the sacrament were Mrs. Loren Danner, Mrs. Duane Handlos, David Bauer, Mary Jane Brincks, Diane Danzer, Ann Halbur, Mary Hoffman, Marcia Kennebeck, Donna Meiners, Teresa Schumacher, Melissa Tigges, Matt Gehling, Neil Halbur and Paul Halbur, Donna Hartl, Leroy Hoffman, Susan Kennebeck, Roger Knobbe, David Sterner, Lynne Tigges, Rhonda Schon, Wayne Tigges and Margaret Handlos. ra/ta 5 WAYS QUIETER!^ 1. Amana Powerpact Compressor is internally sprung to absorb vibration and sharply reduce noise level. 2. Compressor is externally rubber-mounted, dampens noise. 3. Special fan motor is designed for quiet operation. 4. Special low-speed fan moves an abundance of air over condensing coil at an extremely low sound level. 5. Ripple fin design of Amana coils lets large volumes of air glide across surface smoothly and quietly. Call Drees Co. 792-2863 today for a free, no-obligation survey of your home and find out how little it costs to enjoy just-right, whole-house cooling. Visit With Governor ... Two students from Carroll- County participated in the Iowa Youthpower Conference in Des Moines March 27-28 where they visited with Gov. Robert Ray. From left: Cathy and Peg Irlmeier, both of Templeton. Students were eligible to attend the two-day conference expense free after completing a detailed project in food nutrition, farm-to-table, food careers or a bicentennial look at food in America. Plan Harkin Event... Tom Dolezal, Mrs. Oliver Mosman and Mrs. Mike Schulte check the list of tickets on sale for the Carroll County campaign kick-off party for Rep. Tom Harkin, D-Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Harkin will attend the cocktail party at the Carroll Elks Lodge from 7:30-10 -Staff Photo p.m. Friday. Tickets are available through the county democratic central committee, Joe Schmitz, chairman. Harkin will seek reelection to the fifth district congressional seat. He is serving his first term. |Soc/a/ Calendar TUESDAY— A.B. Club, Mrs. E.W. Van Meter Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Albert Reinhart Kuemper High Music Ratings Music students from Kuemper High School competed at the Saturday state Solo and Ensemble Contest at Shenandoah. The contest was sponsored by the Iowa High School Music Association. About 50 students entered the contest under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fletcher. Listed below are those students receiving a "I" (superior rating). Soloists — Kathy Schumacher, Gail Reicks and Deb Burg. Mixed Quartet — Kathy Schumacher, Mary Hoffman, Jeff Bluml and Bill Schreck. Mixed Double Quartet — Joyce Harman, Carol Dalhoff, Deb Burg, Carol Schdeppner, Yom Hannas'ch, Marty Tigges, Bill Schreck and Mike Cawley. Boys; Quartet — Marty Tigges, Jeff Bluml, Marty Berger and Bill Schreck. Girls' Sextet — Lori Theln, Vicki Hammen, Deb Walden, Julie Schneider, Julie Wiedemeier and Mary Hoffman. Girls' Trio —• Deb Hoffman, Mary Hoffman and Gloria Heithoff. Girls' Quartet — Kathy Schumacher, Gall Reicks, Carol Schoeppner and Deb Burg. Craig Schroeder received a superior rating on the trombone. Film Showing At Westside WESTSIDE - The Carroll Right to Life Committee, headed by James Furey, will show a film, "First Days of Life," at the Westside Community Building at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 6. Persons of all ages are invited to the showing. Refreshments will be served following a question and answer period. Remote System uses the furnace blower Package System for homes without a and duct work you already own. forced warm-air furnace. Quality —High Efficiency —Low Maintenance ana backed by a century-old tradition of fine craftsmanship. HEATING PLUMBING AIRCOND. ** fft W* HOME APPLIANCE CENTER 792-2863 Carroll HOME OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE Town and Country Club, Mrs. Joe Pick J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Xi Gamma Pi, Order of Rose Degree, 8 p.m., IPS WEDNESDAY— D-ealers 9, Mrs. Denis Tigges Chit-Chat, Mrs. Glenn Heithoff Golden Circle euchre Al Anon, open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Earl Thompson High Bidders, Mrs. Frank LieWer THURSDAY— Jaycee Ettes Clio Club, IPS STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS New Deal Club, Mrs. Louis Schoofs ",'NVB.C'; Cldb, Mrs; 'Cecil Menke '•' •' T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Clark Peters Triple C Club, Mrs. Andy Carruthers FRIDAY— Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig Golden Circle Entertain for Future Bride Mrs. Dave Staiert and Mrs. Doug Staiert recently entertained at a bridal shower for Deanna Staiert at the Joseph Staiert home. Special guests in the group of 26 were the honoree's grandmothers, Mrs. Elizabeth Staiert and Mrs. Alphonse Schweers. A corsage was presented to Miss Staiert. Lunch was served after games were played and gifts opened. Miss Staiert, daughter of the Joseph Staierts, will marry John Ricke, son of the Archie Rickes of Arcadia, April 3 at Holy Spirit Church. Denhardt to Run for Sheriff JEFFERSON - Jerry D. Denhardt, Jefferson, has announced his candidacy for Greene County Sheriff. He is a Democrat. Denhardt is an employe of Iowa Electric Light and Power Company at Jefferson. The Denhardts have two children. 85TH YEAR NOTED MANNING - The 85th birthday of Ralph Auen was noted at a party held recently at the Elmcrest Apartments at Manning. More than 25 guests attended from Carroll, Denison, Glidden, Irwin, Harlan, Manilla, Manning and Kiron. To Marry... Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Vaughan of Coon Rapids announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, DeLores, to James Meiners, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Meiners of Templeton. Miss Vaughan is employed at Greene County Medical Center, Jefferson, and her fiance at Anderson Shoe Store, Carroll. The wedding is set for April 24 at Sacred Heart Ca,t,holi,c Church, Templeton. STARTS FRI. 3/26 Thru 4/7 f v«i. 7:30-9:30 Sun. 1:30-3:30-5>30-7:30-9:30 Cool an 800 sq. ft. house for as little as *595' 100 Initolled Complete Styled to tickle your fancy . . . soft, criss-crossy leather uppers on leather covered wedges. Comfort and fun-loving looks in today's contemporary styles. Sling - brown $20.00. 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