Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 1, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 1, 1976
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Court Rules Girl May Be Allowed to Die TRENTON, N.J. (AP) "This is the decision we have been praying for," said Julia Quintan after learning her 22- year-old comatose daughter may be allowed to begin the natural process of dying. The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Wednesday the mechanical respirator keeping Karen Anne Quinlan alive for nearly a year in a "vegetative state" could be removed if doctors agree her condition is hopeless. In a 7 to 0 decision, the court appointed Joseph Quinlan legal guardian of his daughter and said he could let her die if competent medical authorities decide the girl's condition is irreversible and that there is no reasonable possibility of her recovery. She has been in a coma at St. Clare's Hospital in nearby Denville since April 15, 1975, after apparently ingesting alcohol and tranquilizers. The state attorney general's office said there would be no immediate decision on whether to take the case to the U.S. Supreme Court, the only avenue of appeal. The Quinlans said they would give the state time to consider an appeal before asking to have the respirator disconnected. "We hope at the last minute the Lord will take her and we won't have to remove her from her respirator," the girl's father said. But, he added, they will order the life support treatment stopped if left with that decision. The Quinlans, flanked by three Roman Catholic priests at their parish church in Mount Arlington, sat calmly and faced a room full of reporters on Wednesday night. They discussed the court's decision that their daughter and others who are beyond medical restoration have a right to die, based on the constitutional protection of • Calculators • Adding Machines • Typewriters STONE'S Hwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Thursday, April 1, 1976 1 personal privacy. Two days earlier, they had observed their daughter's 22nd birthday at a private Mass. "There is no hope and there hasn't been any," said Mrs. Quinlan, who told reporters she wept when the family lawyer, Paul Armstrong, telephoned from Trenton to tell them of the decision. "I feel this responsibility has been put on us by God. We have to act on it. Once we made our decision, we never had any doubt," Quinlan said. The Quinlans said their daughter's condition has not changed since last October, when one doctor said she was in "a persistent vegetative state." State Ally. Gen. William F. Hyland said he has never opposed appointment of Quinlan as his daughter's guardian "as long as there were adequate safeguards imposed by the courts on his powers. I think t h e decision accomplishes this." Morris County Prosecutor Donald G. Collester, who also opposed the Quinlans, said, "I am freed now from prosecuting people who act with mercy and love in accordance with the Supreme Court's standards." 2 Seek Return to County Board AUDUBON — Two former members of the Audubon County Board of Supervisors are seeking to return to the board. Both were defeated in the 1972 elections, and both are Democrats. Russell Clemsen of Kimballton, who lost in the Democratic primary in 1972, and Frank Campbell of Audubon, who was defeated in the general election, have taken out nomination papers for seats on the board. Two seats will be filled in this year's elections, and they are now held by Republicans Frank Schmidt and Max Summers, both of Audubon. Summers and Schmidt, along with a third GOP candidate, Eldon Tibben of Exira, are candidates for the two Republican nominations. LEGION TOURNEY The annual American Legion cribbage tournament will be'held at the American Legion building at 505 East Lincolnway, Jefferson, Sunday.April 11. Registration begins at noon and play at 1:30 p.m. Clubs Met Wednesday For Games The DEALERS 9 bridge party held Wednesday night at the home of Mrs. Denis Tigges featured a baby shower for Mrs. Virgil Tigges. Winning card prizes were Mrs. Eugene Havermann, high; Mrs. Loren Renze, second; and Mrs. Gene Heithoff, low. Mrs. Daniel Wurzer wil have the next party, April 21. Mrs. Oscar Heider was hostess to the H.G. CLUB at her home in the afternoon. She was winner of the high score prize and second went to Mrs. George Masching, at whose home the club will meet next, April 14. Meeting at Tony's Restaurant were members of the HIGH-BIDDERS and two other guests, Mrs. Fred Deierling and Mrs. Vernis Juergens. Hostess was Mrs. Frank Liewer. Mrs. Deierling, Mrs. L.B. Westendorf, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld and Mrs. Liewer won bridge prizes at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. James Wieland will entertain next, April 14. CHIT-CHAT Club met for an evening bridge party at Mrs. Glenn Heithoff's home with Mrs. Ted Schulz Jr. as a guest other than members. Mrs. Roger Kanne received high score prize; Mrs. Larry Baumhover, second; and Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, low. On April 14 the club will meet with Mrs. Hugeback. Euchre was played at four tables at the GOLDEN CIRCLE clubrooms Wednesday night. For the women, Mrs. Albert Baumhover and Mrs. Leo Augustine won high and second prizes. Roy Lemker and Lawrence Hesslingh won men's high and second. The tally prize went to Vincent Ricke. Branning Baby Is Baptized Times Herald News Service ARCADIA ~ Amy Jo Branning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Arden Branning was baptized Sunday during the morning worship services at the Zion Lutheran Church, Arcadia. ; The sponsors were Mrs. Dan Ballentine and Fred Branning, Jr. A dinner was in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Art Branning with relatives from Manning, Westside and Arcadia attending. 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Adams St. 792-4210 Social Calendar] 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 Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Ricklefs of Titonka announce the engagement of their daughter Donna Jean to Ronald Irlmeier, son of Mrs. Catherine Irlmeier of Manning and the late Albert Irlmeier. An Aug. 28 wedding is planned. Parish Guild Meets In Dedham Church Times Herald News Service DEDHAM —The regular St. Joseph Guild meeting was conducted recently by Mrs. Wilfred Meiners in absence of the president, Mrs. Dan Hoffman. The sunshine committee reported on cards sent the last month. Several "thank you", notes were read. The parish representative Mrs. Alois Irlbeck, reported on the retreat held at Grand Junction recently by several Guild members. She reminded the members of the Open Deanery meeting to be at the Elks at Carroll on April 9th and the Diocesan Convention at Sioux City on April 29th and 30th. Members were asked to bring sheets for bandage sewing. Several things for the parish hall kitchen are to be purchased. Mrs. Jack Stangl reported for the March circle and prizes were awarded to Mrs. Clarence Fledderman and Mrs. Peter Danner. Refreshments and entertainment were by the March Circle, the Kitchen Band and several selections on guitars by Mrs. James Neil and Mrs. Leonard Feilmeier, Glidden. . Floral arrangements were usgd ih table centerpieces. REHEARSAL DINNER Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Schrad were hosts for a dinner Friday evening at their home following the rehearsal for the wedding of Susan Kock and their son, Bill. Guests were both families; members of the bridal party including ushers, Dale Schrad and Orville Kock Jr.; the Rt. Rev. Msgr. J.E. Tolan of Wall Lake and the Rev. Cleo Seuntjens of-Maple River. APRIl 1 Thru 7 7:15-9:15 Sun. Ji15-3ilS.5!l5-7il5-9;15, Adulli.$2.50 Child Under 12 $1.00 BILLY JACK"-, awtwe 2 CABROU. IOW» • 792-9096 _ NOW Thru APRIL 7 Evei. 7:30 I 9:30 P.M. Sun. Mat. 1:30, 3:30,5:30 YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN'S GANG IS BACKIM .Gene _ Madeline Kahn 6 DAYS APRIL 1-7 Evei. Al 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. At 2:00-7:00-9:00 SEE... DON KNOTTS ALL NEW COMEDY! APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:00 ft 9:00 7 DAYS ONIYI Activities and meals for the Carroll senior citizens program next week at the Masonic Temple, 527'/2 N. Adams, are listed below. The meals will be served at noon. On Tuesday a "Newcomers' Day" will be held again. New couples and bachelors are welcome. Small cans of vege- ' tables, fruit or meat will be exchanged as game awards. On Wednesday St. Lawrence P.E. Instructor Mike Foley will conduct exercises. A traveling bingo and site council meeting will be Thursday. 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: Hamburgers Lyonnaise with sauce and rice, green beans, cucumber and tomato salad, French bread and orange cake with frosting. Tuesday: Ham, sweet potatoes, brussels sprouts, red jello with pears and rice with raisins and marshmallows. Wednesday: Chicken, potatoes with gravy, mixed vegetables, sliced peaches and apple crisp. . Thursday: Sausages, potatoes with gravy, beets, lime jello with cottage cheese on lettuce and orange sherbet. Friday: Tuna casserole with noodles, buttered peas, coleslaw and cherry pie. Carroll Recreation Department The following lists the activities next week at the Courtview Apartments, 514 N. Court. The activities are open to all Carroll residents, 60 and older. For further information or if transportation is needed, phone the Carroll Recreation Department at 792-1000. Beginning Wednesday, Mrs. Roy (Joan) Huegerich, a local florist, will conduct weekly sessions on green plant care at the Courtview Apartments. The sessions for senior citizens will begin at 2 p.m. Monday: 10 a.m. — Crafts for Easter. 2:30 p.m. — "Landscaping Your Home." a slide presentation. Tuesday: 10a.m. — Crossword puzzles. 2:30 p.m. games and quizzes. Wednesday: 10 a.m. — Crafts. 2 p.m. "Green Plant Care" with Mrs. Heugerich. 3 p.m. — Sing-a-long. Thursday: 10 a.m. — Crossword puzzles..2:30 p.m. — Movie, "From Yellowstone To Tomorrow." Friday: No activities scheduled. Andersens Back From Hawaii Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Leon Andersen returned home Thursday from a week's trip to Honolulu. They were among 165 who went on a chartered flight from Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Rissen of Vail and Mr. and Mrs. Art Branning spent Thursday and Friday visiting.: in the Atbert Shochameier home at Raymond, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Chapman of Waterloo were weekend visitors in the Warren Andersen home. Schoofs N.B.C. Club, 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 SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY- Spring Tea, 2 p.m., Carroll Health Center MONDAY— Welcome Wagon Club Eastern Star, 6:30 p.m. potluck, 8p.m. meeting Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Donald Hagedorn Rainbow Girls Golden Circle Card Club Meets In Wall Lake Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE — Mrs. Roy Russom entertained Pinochle Club last Tuesday evening in her home. Mrs. Morris Boeckman was a substitute player. Prizes were won by Mrs. Helen Boeckman, Mrs. Dan Wollesen, Mrs. Harvey Reiter and Mrs. Ken Bundt. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dreessen, Michelle and David, Sioux City, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Alfred Dreessen. They came to attend the funeral of Harry Cook. Among Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Minnie Peters were Stephonie and Chris Hess of Havelock, Mrs. Glenna Ferrone and Mrs. Jane Kiwel of Sergeant Bluff. Sunday visitors in the Art Greve home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Greve, Fort Dodge. That afternoon they all paid their last respects to Mrs. Katie Kies at the funeral home in Odebolt. Lunch Menus Lunch menus at Carroll Community High school for the coming week: Monday, April 5 — Maidrites, french fries, applesauce, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Tuesday, April 6 — Chicken noodle casserole, celery sticks, peanut butter sandwiches, raspberry partay, • milk, . ,..],. .. ..... ., Wednesday', .April y^Hjjjrn'burger on rnasfied'potatoes, cheese"'weBge}- carrot sticks; b'read ancT'buf'ter;' peaches, brownie, milk. Thursday, April 8 — Barbequed beef on bun, buttered corn, lime jello with pears, cookie, bread and butter, milk. Friday, April 9 — Grilled cheese sandwiches, fresh frozen peas, cranberry sauce, apricots, bread and butter, milk.' Manning Clubs Hold Meetings Times Herald News Service MANNING — Harfonia Club met on Wednesaday with Ella Puck. Nettie Oeser was high in cards, Amanda Bogatzke was second and Mabel Lengeman was low. Mrs. Fink was a guest. Esther Circle met on Friday with Alta Hansen. Lavina Dethlefs was a co-hostess. Fifteen members and one guest, Mrs. Albert Ahrendsen. were present. Millicent Wiese spoke on "One Great Hour of Sharing." The annual church cleaning was discussed. Millicent Wiese gave the lesson. Members contributed to a memorial fund for Malinda Steen. Lunch was served.' Presbyterian Ruth Circle met at the church on Friday for their regular meeting. Fourteen members, were present. The meeting opened with a quotation and a prayer. The group was reminded that their circle will help with the annual church cleaning Amanda Lamp read a bicentennial thought. Betty Sinow gave the devotions and- Bonita Hagedorn gave the lession on "Apostle John." Patricia Bruck.and-Lillian Mohr were the hostesses. President ... Kristina K. Menke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil F. Menke, Carroll, has been elected president of the Student Government Association at Marycrest College, Davenport, effective April 26. A sophomore majoring in nursing, she was an SGA senator as a freshman and served this year as the SGA secretary. She is a 1974 graduate of Kuemper High School. Karstens At Grandson's Baptism Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karstens attended" baptismal services in the Lutheran church at Jefferson Sunday. Their grandson, Eric David, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Karstens. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Karstens of' Oakland, Neb. were the sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alvei, Huxley, were Sunday visitors of Mrs. Ray Lee. Mrs. Reo Miles and Mrs. Ray Lee called Tuesday on John Menck, Auburn, who was a patient in the Manning hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Reo Miles were guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ron Marconcini and daughter, Omaha, Neb. Miles Attend Vacation Show In Des Moines Times Herald News Service AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Reo Miles spent Wednesday /and Thursday in Des Moines '. the^attended,the Sports and Vacation Show. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Ron Miles and Vicki. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and family, Omaha, Neb. and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thompson and family, Ankeny, were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson' and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Touen and family, Missouri Valley, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson. SELECTJURY A jury was selected Wednesday morning in the John Deere Co. versus Vincent Kohorst civil case. The trial was continuing Thursday. The jurors are Le Roy Reinart, Joe M. Tegels, Luella Hull, Judy Brinker, Viola Langel, Owen Martin, Jane Schettler, Lucille Hudson, Irene Kraus, Elmer Schroer. Donna Gehling and Joe Gross. I nr Original BILLY JACK Adul1»*2.SO Child Under 12 $1.00 "BILLY JACK^ »*TOM LAUGHLIN • DRORES TAYLOR BM OWIN°' Carroll #1 Carroll. IA Petty Webiler "» ' Ptfiy. IA Mfebfln Clly. IA Dei Molnn Flfur 1 CJngm* 1 Capitol Clntmi t Slurm American Fort Dodg«, IA Jttttrtan. IA Chtrokn. IA Mill I C«m«iol Amei. IA Nevidi. IA Dentlinger Infant Is Baptized Times Herald New! Service ARCADIA — Nick David Dentlinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Dentlinger was baptized at St. John's Church, Arcadia, Saturday night. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann performed the ceremony. Sponsors were Ron Neumayer, Lincoln, Neb., and Sr. Diane Dentlinger, Bode. Guests in the Dentlinger home to note the event and also the first birthday of their daughter Carey were from Breda, Carroll, Omaha and Lincoln, Neb., Bode and Arcadia. Hear Talk On "Right To Life" Times Herald Newi Service MANNING — Little Flower Study met with Antonia Hinz on Thursday evening. The meeting opened with prayer. Roll Call was taken and the minutes were read and approved. Leota Foote read a letter from the national "Right to Life Committee." The club donated $10 to this committee. The club also gave $5 to the Bishop Relief Collection. Donna Felker read the story of' 'Hot Cross Buns." Arlene Huffman gave the lesson on "Our American Catholic Heritage." The meeting closed with prayer. Guests were Mildred Horbach and Jean Arp. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Atkins and Amber, Council Bluffs, were weekend guests in the John Barten home. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Collins, .Sergeant Bluff, spent the weekend in the Emil Ruhde home. Additional Saturday visitors were Mrs. Ella Steen and Mrs. Merlin Welch. Wall Lake Couple Visits Minnesota Times Herald Newi Service WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Fike Gerdes and Henry Kluver, Lake View, drove to Clare City, Minn. Friday •where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Raymond Kluver. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ogren and Mr. and Mrs. E.d Baumhover, who toured with, a group from Lincoln, Neb., to New Orleans, La. and Florida, returned home last Monday. Chad Arthur, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Schwanz was baptized Sunday morning at the United Methodist Church in Sac City with the Rev. J. W. Dendler officiating. Mr. and Mrs.- Leroy Blessington and Mrs. Cora Hott, Sac City, and Mr. and Mrs. William Schwanz attended the services. They were all dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Schwanz. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schwanz, Allison and Aaron joined them for dinner. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC IF YOUROLD MICROWAVE OVEN WON'T DO WHAT THIS REVOLITIOMR1 NEWONEWILL... TR AFiF IT Il\! IT *-*m^*^& t^O. o 1 1*^**'-' *» I1H Al... HOME APPLIANCE CENTER INTRODUCING THE NEW Amana Touchmatii MiCROWAVE/OVEN ... The tirsi inicruwsivv men with a memory! This Is the most fantastic product of our generation. 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