Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 2, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 2, 1976
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Bicentennial Hearing at Holy Spirit School A bicentennial observance scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Holy Spirit School is part of a series of hearings under way in the Sioux City diocese of the Catholic Church. ;• According to the Rev. Roger Linnan, diocesan director of the bicentennial observance, the hearings are one of the most arrtbitious programs to date, • r'egardi'n'g the bicentennial activities in the diocese. The 2-4:30 p.m. hearing will feature a panel of experts whose background and experiences qualify them to give testimony on.certain subjects, he said. The principal speaker will BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC be Dr. Joseph Meisner, Ph.D., professor of economics at the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mb. He has held executive positions with the National Catholic Rural Life Conference. He is noted for his study of trends in agriculture and the impact of tax shelter typ« investors in agriculture. The following will present testimony: Sr. Mary Lenz, Briar Cliff College, "Needs of the Elderly"; Mrs. Richard Baumhover, "Women"; Mrs. Dorothy Kerper, "Divorced Catholics"; Paul Stecklein, executive director, Region 12 Council of Governments, "Problems of Housing"; Dr. Paul Cawley 1 , "Medical Care"; Max Goodvin, Job Services oflowa, "Unemployment"; Harry Bohnenkamp, director AA Center, ''Chemical Dependency"; Mis. Virginia Kunz, Community Out-Reach Center, "Poverty and Powerlessness"; Mr. and Commercial Savings Bank invites a showing ,. ...".. of drawings & paintings -by- -•"'-• ....• M. J. LEWMAN April 5-30, Bank Lobby i Timei Herald, Carroll, la. » Friday, April 2, 1976 ** Mrs. Wm. Kersting, Catholic Charities, "Needs of the Family"; Judge James C. Smith, "Youth""; Elmer H. Walz, and Connie Ewing, "Senior Volunteer Program"; Art Gute, City Manager, "Transportation" and Dr. Joseph Meisner, "Corporate Farming and Its Effect on the Family Farm." Parish discussion groups will report and make recommendations from these grass-root level meetings to the National Council of Catholic Bishops. The bishops will use the information in the formulation of their policies for social justices over the next 'five years. The other two diocese bicentennial hearings were at Sioux City on Thursday and at Early on Friday. 1st Birthday Is Observed Jay Masching, son of the James Maschings, celebrated his first birthday Thursday night with a dinner in their home. , Present were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. . Al Kerkhoff; Templeton; his sponsors Mr. and Mrs. Ed Masching and family, and the Jim Pudenz family. :'• Thirteen guests and his sister Jill attended a birthday party for him on Wednesday. Lunch was" served and games were played. Thursday's dinner also noted the birthday of Mrs. Kerkhoff. Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. William Comito of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Susan to Tom Lambertz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lambertz, also of Carroll. A late August wedding is being planned. Miss Comito is a student at Iowa State Uni- v.ersity. Her fiance recently completed military service and plans to study architecture at Iowa State University this fall. Ann Gronstal. Todd Keith Are Married Ann Gronstal and Todd Keith were married in Rochester, Minn., in,a March 12 ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Keith are residing at 805 N. Clark St., Carroll. They operate Ellerbroek's Clothing Store. Parents of the bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. John Gronstal and Mr. and Mrs. W. D.Keith, all of Carroll. CHILDRENS SHOE FASHIONS FOR SPRING AT ANDERSONS Mother Goose Shoes JOAN TIA Support Feature Shoes ORTHO by WILLITS FREE GOLDEN EGG as seen on TV. given with.each pair of RED GOOSE SHOES SUN-T Flexible, adjustable leather t-strap with a slight wedge, the built-in pluses of top- quality craftsmanship and finish. ELGIN Handsome lines . . . neat stitching, the wedge look on a bouncy crepe sole. Tough, durable, made of top-quality materials. PINTO Clubs Met For Games Of Bridge Four pairs were winners at the Thursday morniing meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room. Mrs. 0. G. Clause and Mrs. Dean Baker of Jefferson took top honors. In second place were Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City and Mrs. Gary Fahan of Yetter. Mrs. Art Tiefenthaler of Breda and Mrs. Kenneth Huegerich of Carroll were third; fourth was won by Mrs. Harold Traner of Carroll and Mrs. Jim Minneham of Churdan. The next games will be played on April 15. Mrs. Louis Schoofs was an afternoon hostess Thursday, entertaining the NEW DEAL Club at her home. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Louis Hannasch, Mrs. Edward Wieland, Mrs. Melvin Pietig and Mrs. Clarence Loneman. Mrs. Loneman will entertain next, April 15. T.E.G. CLUB members were entertained Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Clark Peters. Winners were Mrs. James Kefwin and Mrs. Steve Garbier. On April 29 the club will meet with Mrs. Lambert Thelen. Meeting Thursday evening at Mrs. Cecil Menke's home were N.B.C. CLUB members and another guest, Mrs. - Duane Sporrer. Prizes were won by Mrs. Jerry Schenkelberg, Mrs. John Kean, Mrs. Joe Teg'els and Mrs. Wilbur Singsank. The next meeting date is April 22. All members attended the G.T.O.B. CLUB party Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Earl Thompson's home. Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier, Mrs. W. J. Schmich and Mrs. William Witte received score prizes. Cancer Drive to Begin in Area Monday Carroll County Cancer Crusade workers will begin canvassing the county Monday. About 250 persons will participate in the door-to-door fund drive, Louis Schoofs, county American Cancer Society chapter chairman, said. ; , , The crusade will continue-: through the month. About 40 per cent of the funds received will be used on a local basis and about 60 per cent nationally. The largest portion of the national funds goes to research and the next largest part s is used for education, he said. The National Health Council , has listed the American Cancer Society as having the lowest fund raising cost of any major voluntary health organization in the U.S. The help is all volunteer and no mailings are involved in the annual door-to-door crusade, he said. The Carroll County Crusade Chairman is James J. Carroll, controller at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. A special report on cancer in Carroll County and across America will be broadcast here at x l :30 p.m. Monday. STUDENTTEACHERS Area students from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, have begun nine-week assignments in student teaching centers throughout the state. Lynne Grossman, Carroll, is teaching at Jewett School, Waterloo; Susan Ohde, Carroll, is at Hansen School, Waterloo; Keith Rau, Coon Rapids, is at Senior High School, Charles City; and Judy Broich, Manning, is at West and Kittrel Schools. Waterloo; Hush Puppies . •-"•• IIIIANH sun* s; U HHANO SHOES TOBY \" ANDERSON SHOES In Carroll Since 1877 APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:15-9:15 Sun. 1:lS-3;15.5;15-7!l5-9:15 Adultt $2.50 Child Under 12 $1.00 "BILLY JACK",- Wilder NOW Thru APRIL 7 Evei. 7:30 * 9:30 P.M. Sun. Mot.1:30, 3:30, 5:30 YOUNG FRANKiNSTEIN'S GANG IS BACKII! Gene . Madeline Kann ' Future Bride ... Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bruening of Maple River announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce, to Jack Badding, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Badding of Carroll. A July 3 wedding is • being planned. AFS Student Is Speaker at Guild Meet Guest speaker at the quarterly meeting of the Lutheran Women's Guild at St. Paul's Church Thursday night was Annica Cronsell. Miss Cronsell, from Malmo, Sweden, is attending Carroll Community High School under the American Field Service program and residing with the Jerry Wilson family. About 30 attended the meeting, which opened with devotions by the Rev. Donald Wuertz. Mrs.Darrell Suhderman was piano accompanist for the opening hymn. In the business session, conducted by Mrs. Wayne Harmening, the Guild voted a $20 gift to the AFS Chapter. Announcements were made of the LWML zone rally at Lake City April 21, featuring a talk on "The Occult" by the Rev. David Hoover of Missouri Valley, and of the district convention at Okoboji, June 24-26. The Guild's spring bake sale was set for May 7. The committee includes Mrs. Harvey ' Fleshner, Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann and Mrs. .O.S. Mobley; ••'•' ••.'-•: •. .:'':;•;. Mrs. Siiriderman, Christian growth chairman, read the poem "If Jesus Came to Your House." Coffee and'dessert were served by Ruth Circle at tables decorated in an Easter motif. The next meeting will be in September. 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, 8 p.m. meeting • Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Donald Hagedorn Rainbow Girls Golden Circle TUESDAY— Hospital Auxiliary board, 9:30 a.m.. Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Donald Oleson Fprtnighters, Mrs. Marvin Collison Clio Adopts Project for Bicentennial Clio Club .members Thursday afternoon gave unanimous endorsement to a recital to be performed by Diane Reicks, vocalist and pianist, on July 11 as. the club's bicentennial project. The recital will be presented at Holy Spirit Auditorium. Clio will host a tea after the program. . Mrs. C.E. Mcllvain opened Thursday's meeting with a poem, "Days .of Ecology;." Mrs/ Raymond Schonberger and Mrs. Kenneth Crouse were welcomed as new members and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, a guest. '; • Mrs. Leighton Wederath; and Mrs. S.L. Sherman, presented their original poems, "Bicentennial"-and "First There, First Served," respectively. Both were submitted to the State Federation Poetry Division of Fine Arts. . A report was given by Mrs. Mcllvain on the March 23 County Federation convention. Attending from Clio besides Mrs. Mcllvain were Mrs. David Collison, Mrs. Reese Abbe, Mrs. Wilbert Reitz, Mrs. John E. Martin and Mrs. William D. Kurth. Annica Cronsell, American Field Service exchange student from Malmo, Sweden, presented the program, telling of her life in Sweden and displaying various items from her homeland. Her host parents are Mr. and M/s. Jerry Wilson. The-tea table was decorated in a red, white and blue theme! Hostesses were Lucile Buchanan, Mrs. Sherman and Mrs. H.L. Bell. The club will meet next on ApriUS. on Plans Trip to City TEMPLETON — Plans for a bus trip to Des Moines on April 6 were discussed at the monthly meeting of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, held here Thursday night in the school cafeteria. The tour will include tours of the capitol, state house and Salisbury House. Those planning to attend were asked to contact Mrs. Ted Langel, court regent, by Saturday. The bus will be at Templeton at 7:30 a.m. Mrs. Langel called the meeting to order and the Rev. Eugene Schumacher offered the opening prayer. Announcement was made of the state convention to be held at Dubuque May 14-16. Mrs. Langel is the court's delegate and Mrs. Wayne Rupiper, alternate. In other business it was decided that the court would have a booth at the bicentennial celebration in Carroll -June 26, selling bicentennial bells and T-shirts. Fr. Schumacher addressed, the court, stressing more involvement in Holy Week activities. Entertainment featured a microwave oven demonstra- . tion given by Mrs. Gene Schubert of Carroll, county extension home economist, assisted by Mrs. Betty Riesselman of Halbur- Hardware. Mrs. John Schultes and Mrs. Louis Dopheide received attendance prizes. The evening ended with bingo games. ' The May 6,meeting will will be preceded by mass and a May crowning ceremony. Open House For Stangls COON RAPIDS - Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Stangl of Coon Rapids will hold open house at the American Legion hall in Dedham Saturday, April 10, in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary. Hours of the event are 8:30 to 11 p.m. VISIT IN GERMANY WILLEY - Mrs. Ed Tigges of Willey and Mrs. Joe Tigges of Gray are home after, visiting Sp. 4 and Mrs. Dan Dailey and daughter Stacey of Hanau, Germany. During their three-week stay the families also traveled in Germany, Austria and Italy. Mrs. Dailey is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tigges and niece of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Tigges. OMLAU6HLIN-DELORESJAYLOR'.c.. 5 ^ci>RKHowAT ftrtuc* * NMV ROSE SOlTI • Oin<M*U.FMIIK A NtUoral Studml Film Captation Production • KCHNICOUM* From Warner Bros A A Warner Communications Company PG MfllNTAL OUIOANCI SUQQI1TIO | 5omt> m.ilt-Mrtl m,iy no I be uitable loi pitf-lei-nag^s Perry ' Webster - Des Moines Sierra 1 Fleur 1 Cinema 1 Capitol Dl . Perry, IA Webster City, |A Cinema I Fort Dodge, IA 1 " ' Sierra Jefferson, IA >L American Cherokee, I A Mall 1 Camelot Ames, IA' Nevada, IA

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