Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 5, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, April 5, 1976
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jSoc/a/ Ca/endarj * Karen Anstoeter 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, 9:30a.m. Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Donald Oleson Fprtnighters, Mrs. Marvin Collison Community Club, Mrs. John Sanders Card Club Entertained Mrs. Arnold Ludwig was hostess to the Friendly Neighbor Club at her home Friday. The afternoon was spent playing 500, with prizes going to Mrs. Louis Tigges, Mrs. George Otto, Mrs. Clarence Brinker and Mrs. Lester Schleisman. Mrs. Otto will be hostess next, April 9. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOJOGRAPHIC Delta Dek, Derby 2-4-T. Mrs. Phyllis Schrad Players 8, Mrs. Myron Sievers WEDNESDAY— Catholic Daughters. 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting Trinity Guild. 8 p.m., Mrs. Leighton Wederath Duplicate Bridge. 8 p.m., IPS Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Wa-tan-ye. Derby Pateo Club, Tony's Eight O'clock'Club, Mrs. A.R. Anneberg Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Hulsing STOP Club, 408 W. 7th St. Crabtree Car First in Show The Bugatti foreign sports car. constructed by Robert Crabtree, formerly of Carroll, and Tom Thompson, Des Moines. won first place in the Des Moines Auto Show Sunday. The car received the first trophy in custom modified non-production cars. The two men worked on building the car for about a year and it is valued at approximately $10,000. Crabtree is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Crabtree. 625 W. 16th St. Weds Myron Gertz Commercial Savings Bank invites you to a showing of drawings & paintings -by- M. J. LEWMAN April 5-30, Bank Lobby Brid.e-elect . . . Mr. and Mrs. Arby Neppel of Roselle announce the engagement of their daughter Rosalyn to Michael Needham, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Needham of Boone. A May 1 wedding is planned at Holy Angels Church, Roselle. A Prenuptial Shower for Beth Weeks An absentee bridal shower for Beth Weeks of Missoula. Mont., was given Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Norman Winchester. Co-hostesses were Mrs. William Stickrod. Mrs. Bruce Fuller. Mrs. Merrill Rogers and Mrs. Earl Lane. Nineteen guests attended the party. Shower gifts were wrapped during the afternoon and a game was played before lunch was served. The honoree's sister. Mrs. Greg Winchester of Des Moines, presided at the coffee service and her mother. Mrs. Wayne Weeks, at the punch bowl.i Miss Weeks and William Morey will be married in a May 1 ceremony at Missoula. HALBUR - Speaking nuptial vows in St. Augustine Church here on April 3 were Karen Anstoeter and Myron Gertz, both of Omaha, Neb. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs..Louis Anstoeter of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Gertz of Schleswig. The double ring,ceremony took place at 1:30 p.m., with the Rev. Leo Riesberg officiating, and was followed by a reception for 300 guests at St. Augustine school auditorium. Altar bouquets featured white gladioli, mint green carnations and yellow daisies. Lector was Allan Dentlinger. Music was provided by Maureen Halbur, organist, Ron Halbur and Laurie Seidl, vocalists. Ushers were Frank Stary of Omaha and Mike Anstoeter of Manning. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Honor attendants were Patty Stary of Omaha and Mark Alshouse of Council Bluffs. Wanda Eischeid and Steve Whitley of Omaha were bridesmaid and groomsman. The groom's niece, Tracy Pertelsen of Stow, Ohio, was flower girl, carrying a small bouquet of yellow daisies. For her spring wedding the bride chose an empire-waisted dress of white silk-faced organza over taffeta, fashioned with a stand-up collar, puffed sleeves and a full skirt with chapel train, trimmed in venise beading 'lace. Her waist-length veil was held by a matching headpiece of lace trimmed with pearls. She carried a cascade of yellow roses and white carnations with camelia foliage. Floor-length gowns of mint green crepe, in empire style with long sleeves, were worn And now a look at the local news. When it comes to local reporting of the news, eight out of ten people turn lo their local newspaper for a complete report. People turn to local newspapers for a full report on all local news. Where's the fire? Who got married'' Who won last week's football game? All this, and a complete report on your City Council, school board meeting, or a possible bond issue, is news in your community. And, your local newspaper reports it. People believe strongly in newspapers for several reasons: newspaper reading is a habit with most people; it's part of the daily routine; people regard their newspaper as a friend they can't do without. With over 80% of all adults, and 70% of all teen-agers reading a newspaper every week, no other news medium can match local newspapers for speedy, thorough saturation of your (own. Newspapers deliver the local story. IOWA PRESS ASSOCIATION AN AFFILIATION OF 385 IOWA WEEKLY AND DAILY NEWSPAPERS by the bride's attendants and flower girl. The maid of honor and bridesmaid each carried a yellow rose with mint green bow. The former Miss Anstoeter is a 1971 graduate of Keumper High School and 1972 graduate of Commercial Extension, Omaha. She is employed at Didles. Distributing Co., Omaha. Mr. Gertz, a 1971 graduate of Schleswig High School, is employed at I.T.T. Continental Baking Co., also in Omaha. After a two-week honeymoon they will reside in Omaha. The groom's parents hosted the rehearsal dinner Friday evening at the Red Carpet Lounge in Carroll. Kindergarten Roundup at Maple River The Kindergarten Roundup for all children planning to enter the Carroll Community Schools will be held Thursday and Friday at the school in Maple River. All children planning to attend kindergarten classes in the fall must be five years of age on or before September 15, 1976. Parents should bring the child's birth certificate to the roundup. The child and a parent are to report to the Maple River School according to the following schedule, which is based on the first initial of the family's last name. Thursday — A-B, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.: C-E, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.: F-G, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.;• H-J, 1 to 2 p.m.: K-M, 2 to 3 p.m. Friday — N-P, 8:30 to 9:30 a.m.; Q-R, 9:30 to 10:30 a.m.; S, 10:30 to 11:30 a.m.; T-V 1 to 2p.m.; W-Z, 2 to 3 p.m. Education Unit Elects Officers LAKE CITY - Lake City Education Association President Roy Christensen has announced the slate of officers that will serve the association for the 1976-77 school year. Members elected to the various offices include president. JoAnn Dowling: vice president. Larry Lester: secretary. Alice Hublou: treasurer, Debbie Hoyle: alternate delegate to delegate assembly. Betty Yunek: building representatives. Jeanne DeVine (Central). Joan Fethkenher (Lincoln), and Warren Blanchfield (Junior-Senior High). The new officers will assume their duties May '!.' 1976. By Dove Schroeder Do moths eat clothes? Adult moths or millers do not eat clothes. Persons unfamiliar with moths see the adults resting on clothes and jump to the conclusion they are eating them. The mouths and stomachs of adult moths are not adapted to eating and digesting fabric. The most destructive moths are the cutworm, codling, gypsy and clothes moths. What people actually refer to when clothing is damaged by moths is the fact that the larvae of an adult moth gets its food supply from the fabric in which it grows. The adult female moth lays hundreds of eggs in clothing materials and in one year the larvae of one female can destroy as much wool as a dozen sheep pan produce. The yearly damage caused by clothes moths in the United States often runs as high as one hundred million dollars. SCHROEDER** Carpet & Decorating Across the Street from Safeway Parking Lot Downtown Carroll Deanna Staiert Bride OfJohnE.Ricke Elected to Board ... Mary Louise Petersen of Harlan has been elected to the Board of Directors of the Association of Governing Boards of Universities & Colleges. Her term of office will expire in 1977. Mrs. Petersen, wife of H. Rand Petersen, Harlan banker, and daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Walter Anneberg of Carroll, has served as president of the Iowa State Board of Regents since 1973. Her membership on the board dates from 1969. Tea at Health Center Draws Large Crowd A spring tea at the Carroll Health Center Sunday afternoon was attended by a capacity crowd of relatives and friends of the residents. The program included "Two Hundred Years of Music" featuring the Center's rhythm band, vocal solos by Owen Martin, and a minuet danced by a group of children under direction of Mrs. Lyle Thelen. Mrs. John Geier, activities director, was In charge of the program, assisted by Mrs. Annette Schapman. Serving at the refreshment table were Mrs. Mary Doud and Mrs. Alma Heithoff. Mrs. Mable Tierney and Mrs. Belle Houlihan were at the guest book. The four women are residents-of. the Center. A floral centerpiece was awarded to Mrs. Laverne Bernholtz of Maple River as a door prize. Boy Scouts Plant Trees Two Carroll Boy Scout troops planted 200 trees Saturday, most in the new Carroll city nursery. Forty trees were planted at the Municipal Golf Course and the other 160 were planted in the old waste water treatment filter bed in East Carroll, site of the new nursery. The trees, mostly eight-footers, arrived Friday afternoon and were planted Saturday morning. The trees are about five or six years old, according to City Recreation Director Jim Egli. The nursery was started to keep an inexpensive supply of trees on hand for use in city parks, Egli said. Trees such as the boy scouts provided will be planted in the nursery and moved to parks when a replacement tree or additional tree is needed — when they are nine or 10 years old. When a tree is taken out of the nursery, another young tree will replace it, Egli said. Trees given the chance to grow in the nursery will be stronger when put in the parks, Egli said, thus resisting vandals better than younger trees. Trees planted were maple. Linden, hackberry and seedless cottonwood. Scout troops 103 and 120, with Leon Riesberg and Doyle Beeber as scoutmasters, provided most of the labor. Ronald Eich also helped. APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:15-9:15 Sun. l!l5-3;15-5;15-7!l5-9il5 Deanna Staiert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph A. Staiert of Carroll, and John Edward Ricke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Ricke of Arcadia, were wed in Holy Spirit Church here on April 3. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., officiated. Miss Staiert, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Carol Bohn, Cindy and Jane Ricke, sisters of the A Prelude Program at Collison Home Mr. and Mrs. David Collison hosted a musical listening program at their country home Friday evening. Guests included patrons of the Ames International Orchestra Festival Association and representatives from the •Assn. presented the Prelude Program. Gretchen Triplett prefaced the program with a slide .presentation about the purpose of the Assn. and its auxiliary, the Festival Guild, and outlined its future projections. She is currently Guild president. Jimmy Howard Reynolds, director of bands at Iowa State University, was the main speaker, giving a descriptive analysis of a symphony orchestra and symphonic music. An explanation was given of the mood of the composer in relation to the resulting interpretation of the orchestra conductor, providing listeners with the appropriate background in appreciating the Vienna Phil-' harmonic Orchestra performance which will be presented at C.Y. Stephens Auditorium in Ames April 8 and 9. Mr. Reynolds stated that the Vienna Philharmonic, established in 1842, is one of the two finest in the world and is much larger than any other orchestra, retaining 150 musicians. It has had as its conductors all the virtuosos of every era and is now under direction of Claudio Abbado, a native of Milan. Italy, who also is director of the La Scala Opera in Milan. -•'• In summation. Mr. Reynold said that an orchestra, like a violin, mellows with age and that the Vienna Philharmonic is no exception. Recorded excerpts of concert selections to be played by the orchestra in Ames were played and Mr. Reynolds commented, that the repertoire for these performances is identical to the one recently presented in New York. He cited the sophistication of Iowa .audiences in relating to this high caliber of music. Ms. Triplett reported that overture dinners will be held before each performance of the Vienna Philharmonic, recapitulating the evening's program. It was announced that Ms. Triplett will be in Carroll again this fall and. in conjunction with the Clio Club, will form a guild ancillary to the Ames Festival Guild. She explained that the Festival. Assn. is open to anyone wishing to contribute time and talent to supporting the organization, including opportunities in their own communitie"s. Further information about the Assn. and concerts may be obtained from Mrs. L.R. Chapman, Dr. David McCoy, Mrs. Gilbert Johnson or Mrs. Collison. Guild representatives for the Carroll area. A reception preceded Friday evening's program. Assisting the Collisons were Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr., Mrs. Ronald Schechtman and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wittrnck. groom, and Kath Lynch. The groom's attendants were Arlin Hunter, Steve Schmitz, Lon Schroeder and Dave Staiert, the bride's brother. Vocal music was by a group led by Tammy Boulware; Nancy Andersen was organist. Ken Ricke was lector and Matt and Nic Fangman, mass servers. Ushers were the couple's brothers, Jim Ricke and Doug Staiert, Mike Berg and Rich Schweers. White daisy arrangements on the altar were flanked by bouquets of white gladioli and blue daisy pompons. The bride's polyester gown was trimmed with rosepoint lace in scroll design. The empire bodice had a standing collar and wide-cuffed sleeves; the skirt swept to a cathedral train. Matching lace edged her two blushers and cathedral veil of silk illusion, caught to a lace and pearl headpiece. She carried red roses and white daisies as a cascade bouquet. Her attendants wore V-necked dresses of light blue jersey printed with darker blue flowers and carried baskets of blue daisies in macrame holders made by the bride. The wedding reception for friends and relatives was held at the Legion hall in Arcadia from 2 until 4:30. After a western trip the couple's address will be Route 3, Carroll. Mrs. Ricke works in the laboratory at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and her husband farms. Both are Kuemper High School graduates. Mr. Ricke also . graduated from Des Moines Area Community College, Ankeny. The rehearsal dinner for 25 guests was hosted by the groom's parents Friday evening at the Derby. Golden Circle potluck Set for April 9 Golden Circle Club will have a potluck dinner at 12:30 p.m. Friday, April 9, preceding the regular pinochle games, it was announced at the club's weekend gatherings. Five tables of pinochle were in play at the clubrooms Saturday night when Mrs. Leonard Pietig and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger were hostesses. Prizes were won by Mrs. Vincent Ricke, Mrs. Frank Wegner, Mrs. Ed Hannasch. Leo Sellen, Lawrence Hesslingh, Mrs. Winifred Conley and Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh. Mrs. John Vanderheiden was hostess Friday afternoon. Winning prizes at the six tables were Mrs. Hannasch, Mrs. Nancy Hackett,,Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen, Mr. Ricke, Mr. Sellen, Anton Pickhinke, Mrs. Leo Augustine and Mrs. Vanderheiden. You Are Invited /" Jt*»* ttur turtjv \<f/tfchnn u/ fta/nfr r/vms 7. faM'ny 7fnv/a//t*ns, Ya/2^/)u, Over/ 7?oo/j, /K/ 'J/ianA J-Jou Y«A»j in t/iv latest sty fa. STONE'S 110 W. 6th Carroll Adults $2. 50 Child Under 12 $1.00 BILLY JACK" NOW Thru APRIL 7 Evei. 7:30 & 9:30 P.M. Sun. Mai. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN'S GANG IS BACKIII TOMUUGHLIN-DEIORES TAYLOR oiMiCURKHOWAT HomuM* Carroll #1 Carroll, IA Pel Molnei Fleiir 1 Cinema 1 Clnemil Fort Dodge. IA Sierra Jfllleuon, IA American £htrokev. IA Petty Perry. IA Webster Webller CICy. I*

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