Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 6, 1976 · Page 4
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OES Plans For School Completed Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star, finalized plans Monday night for its annual school of instruction. The school will be held Monday, April 19, starting at 12:30 p.m. Inspection is set for that evening at 7:30. District instructor is Mrs. King Batschelel of Guthrie Center. Officers will hdtd a practice session at 7 p.m. this Friday. Mrs. Robert McDonald, worthy matron, and Allen Mason of Westside, worthy patron, presided over the monthly meeting at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Eugene Osborne, Mrs. Ralph McCord and Mrs. John. Juergens assisted with arrangements for a potluck supper preceding the meeting. City Attorney Post to Pietig at Centralia, Wash. Donald Pietig, son of Mr. and Mrs. Franklin W. Pietig of Carroll, has been named city attorney of Centralia, Wash. . Pietig. associated with a Centralia law firm, has been assistant city attorney for " several years. He has also served as legal counsel of Bucoda and Mossyrock, Wash. Pietig and his wife, Mary Jean, have three children — John, 9; Carrie, 6, and Angela, •4. -, .-,, ,,.,. ... BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Hmet Herald, Corral), la. Tuetday, April 6, 1976 tMl««*«««tM*MlMt«»M»Mwf*tttl*ffl • June wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. John'Quinn of Carroll announce the engagement and wedding plans of their daughter Janet and Rick Olerich. son of Mrs. Janice Huisenga, also of Carroll. Vows will be exchanged in a June 12 ceremony at Holy Spirit Church, Carroll. PWP to Host Regional Meet The Carroll Parents Without Partners (PWP) will host the club's Iowa Spring Hawkeye Regional Conclave on April 24. The conference will involve five or more members from 16 PWP chapters. The conference will begin at 10:30 a.m. at Tony's Restaurant* The activities include .workshops in Family and Youth Programming and Educational Programming on a regional level. A business meeting, dinner and dancing is also scheduled. Shower at Lidderdale for Bride-elect LIDDERDALE - Diane Brayton of Lidderdale was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower at the home of Mrs. Oliver Wenck here Sunday. About 30 guests attended the courtesy, given by Carol Conner. Mrs. Lyle Hein, Mrs. Wenck and Mrs. Marion Winger. The wedding colors, green and yellow, were carried out in table decorations. Various games were played and lunch was served. Miss Brayton will marry Max Wenck of rural Glidden on May 1 at St. John's Lutheran Church, Sheffield. Reception Is Held for Newlyweds A wedding reception for 150 guests, honoring Mr: and Mrs. Mike Schroeder. was held Sunday at the Farm Bureau building. The bride is the former Virginia Christiansen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil 0; Christiansen, and the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Burdette Schroeder. all of Carroll. The couple's wedding took place March 26 at the groom's home in Carroll. Their attendants were Ann Vanderheiden and Mark Peterson. Mrs. Schroeder is a 1975 graduate of Kuemper High School and works at Means Laundry. Her husband, who is employed at Walz Construction, graduated from Carroll High School in 1974. They are living in Carroll. ' New Books, Casettes, Cartridges at Library Elks Chorus Gift... Here is another $1,000 going toward the construction of New Hope Village. The Carroll Elks Chorus Monday gave New Hope the proceeds from the recent silver anniversary concert. Pictured are Roger Hansen. director of the -Staff Photo chorus: Lyle Bernholtz, pVesident of the New Hope Village board of directors: Elmer Renze, president of the Elks Chorus; and Lamar Esbeck, executive director of New Hope. The village will be a residence for handicapped persons. Social Calendar] TUESDAY- Hospital Auxiliary board, 9:30 a.m. Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Donald Oleson Fortnighters, Mrs. Marvin Collison Community Club, Mrs. John Sanders 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 FASHION STORE 50th 501 N. Adomi St. 1926-1976 Downtown Carroll New Arrivals For SPRING and EASTER THE NEW FEMININITY-It's all softness in our Spring coat collection by Betty Rose. Fine-weave polyester/ cotton Byrd Cloth takes to tucking and shirring detail, sheds rain with.Zepel^ finish...and it's fully washable, too. Style shown', in'Melon,'Gimlet Green, Blueberry, Sand, Charnois, Navy; sizes 6-16. Regular $75.00 NOW See Them Today — Coats Trios at Anniversary Prices: STAGE"?" • division ol Venice Industries, Inc. Spring Arrives with a Pantsuit "Trio" $55.00 Value $4)490 NOW *f* Stage "7" helps you launch a season full of fashion . . . functional three-piece looks that offer pretty versatility and easy-going ways. Ribbed tops over.solid textured pull-on pants in washable polyester. 8 to 18. 1. Short Sleeve Cardigan trimmed in Ivory over sleeveless ribbed Ivory shell and pants. Navy or Grey Cardigan. 2. Long Sleeve Cardigan over short sleeve ribbed shell. Light Blue only. ^ Also Available in 1.6V2-24V2 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'tlock Club, Mrs. A.R. Anneberg Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Hulsing STOP Club. 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY— F.L.C. Club. Mrs. Verdis Hansen Golden Circle potluck, 12:30 p.m. To Marry . . .'Mrs. Carmen Nelson of Omaha, Neb., will become the bride of Lee D. Bratten of Carroll, on May 1. The ceremony will take place in the First United Methodist Church. Carroll. 76th Birthday Is Celebrated Mrs. Joe Schroeder was honored at a surprise party Sunday evening in observance of her 76th birthday, which ! occurred March 30. Participating in the 6:30 potluck dinner were Mr. .and Mrs. Don Brincks and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Brincks and families of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. John Kramer and family of Ralston. Mr. and Mrs'. David Kramer and family of Glidden and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wiederin and family of Lake City. Mrs. Don Brincks and Mrs. John Kramer are her daughters. A bicentennial cake ha.d been ' made, for Mrs. Schroeder. APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:15-9:15 Sun. 1:15.3:15-5:15.7:15-9:15 Adulti $2.50 Child Under 12 $1.00 The Carroll Public Library added nearly 300 books, cassettes, and cartridges to its shelves during the month of March, it was reported Tuesday by Library Director Gordon S. Wade. Use during the month of March was the highest on record for the library as 10,381 pieces of material were loaned to library card holders. New adult non-fiction titles are: American Book Trade Directory, The Way We Die, Powers of Mind, The Myth of the Happy Child, Child Alive, The Age of Sensation, Positive Addiction, The Conquest of Frustration, Beneficient Euthanasia, Death by Decision. The New Demons, Picking up the Pieces, The Courage to Choose, Sex and Love, Daughters and Mothers, The Forbidden Game, Twice Born, Hothouse Earth, Burn the Schools — Save the Children, Being With Children, Alternate Celebrations Catalogue, A Naturalist Buys an Old Farm, Sugar Blues, Going Crazy, A New Guide to Rational Living, The Siege of Cancer, Childbirth at Home, The Hyperactive Child, Energy Primer: Solar, Water, Wind and Biofuels, Making Vegetables Grow, Small Fruit and Vegetable Gardens, Carnivorous Plants. 1976 Cars, 1976 Consumer Buying Guide, Consumer Survival Kit, The Have-more Plan, The Pleasures of Preserving and Pickling, G.reat Home Cooking in America, The Budget . Gourmet, From Julia Child's Kitchen, The Little Darlings, The Food Co-op Handbook, Food Co-ops for Small Groups, The Airport, Pottery on the Wheel, Great Cartoons of the World, Designs and Patterns for Embroiderers and Craftsmen, Dollhouse Accessories, Window and Wall Ideas, The American Scene: American Painting'in the 1930s, The Painter's America, Pieter Bruegel: Complete Edition of the Paintings, Engravings by Hogarth, The Great Music of Duke Ellington, The Sting, Stars of Country Music, Back Home ; sAjg'&itt.' The;John Denver Sqngbook,.Rfipky Mountain High, Easy Listening Anthology, 75 Country Giants, Songs of the Rolling Stones. The Songs of Don McLean, Cat Stevens Anthology. Celebrating the Duke, and Louis. Bessie, Billie, Bird, Carmen. Miles. Dizzy and Other Heros; Twenty Sonatas for the Piano. Preludes, Nocturnes. Ballades, Selected Works for the Piano, Songs Without Words. Etudes. Ventriloquism for Beginners. The Fight. Ringneck: Pheasants and Pheasant Hunting, Out of This World: Poems From the" Hawkeye State, I Wouldn't Have Missed it. Willa Gather, New Light on 1776 and All That. Nobody . Calls at This Hour Just t'o Say Hello. Kipling. The Age of N'apolean. Digging up Jerusalem. The Way Life Was, Foxfire 3. Rose: My Life in Service, Freedom at Midnight. The Colonial Spirit of'76, 1776: Year of Illusions, South Carolina. Michigan. The Traitor and the Spy. John Burgoyne of Saratoga. A Last Encore. Martha Graham, Many. Are the Hearts. The Director, Sweetheart: the Story of Mary Pickford. Babe MARKETING SEMINARS The Iowa Cattlemen's Association and Iowa State University will sponsor two marketing seminars this week in area cities. The first • seminar dealing with new beef grading standards will be Wednesday at Odebolt's Spring Lake Country Club. Thursday's seminar in Atlantic.. NOW Thru APRIL 7 EVM. 7-.30 t 9;30 P.M. Sun. Mat. 1:30,3:30,5:30 YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN'S GANG IS BACKIII Ruth, Such a Strange Lady, and Gentleman Jimmy Walker — Mayor of the Jazz Age. New adult fiction titles added in March are: The Monkey Wrench Gang, The Blind Miller, The Round Tower, The Unbaked Trap, The Man Who Wanted Tomorrow, The Bourlotas Fortune, A Big Enough Wreath, The Lynmara Legacy, Wellspring, The Last Valley, The Plantain Season, My Lord John, Turtle Diary, Rebel Heiress, Christmas Spy, Survivors, Salem's Lot. Give Me One Good Reason, Taking Sides, The Ninth Man, The Phantom of the Sacred Well, Love Stories, Summersea, The Singing Swans, The Sea King's Daughter, River Rising, The Assassins, There May Be Heaven, The Italian Woman, Paddington Green, Dark Fires, If My Love Leaves Me, The House on Quai Notre Dame, Strathmore, Searching for Caleb, Trinity, The Temple, The Fire and the Gold, Wycliffe and the Pea-green Boat, The Alvarez Journal, Remains to be Seen, Buried in the Past, And Four to Go, Murphy's Trail, Fox, Kiowa Trail, The Man From Skibbereen, Utah Blaine, A Sheriff for All the People, and Blown to Hell. New cassettes include: Summer Place '76, Loggins and Messina: So Fine, Stills. Wake Up Everybody, Chicago IX, Janis Ian: Stars, The Wild Innocent and the E Street Shuffle, Still Crazy After All These Years, Tchaikovsky-Mendelssohn Violin Concertos, Breakaway, Brahms Concerto in D, 0'Jays Family Reunion, Walter Carlos by Request, Harpin' the Blues, Brahms Symphony No. 1, Prokofiev: Classical Symph.ony, Cat Stevens Greatest Hits, Jasmine Nightdreams, Beethoven: Symphonies Nos. 5 & 9, Pictures at an Exhibition, and Music Keeps Me Together. New cartridges are Rocky Mountain High, Carpenters: Horizon, The World's Favorite Tchaikovsky, and Funny Lady. New titles for children .include the; following': , .Chemistry • Experiments^'for Children. Inside the Earth, Biology Experiments for Children. The Strange World of Sea Mammals, Dolphins, Seals. and other Sea Mammals, The Giant Panda Book, Famous Bridges of the World, The Pooh Get-well Book, Jug Bands and Handmade Music. The Osmonds, Barbra Streisand. Diana Ross, Charlie Rich. Olivia Newton-John, Neil Diamond, Chicago, Carole King. Elton John, Frank 'Sinatra, The American Flag, Ruffles and Drums. Fiddlestrings, Christmas Tree Farm, Little Puff, and The Candy Egg Bunny. KODAKorGAF COLOR FILM DEVELOPING and Printing 12 Exposure **%<> Roll *3 2 20 Exposure Roll ...... New Borderless Prints FAST SERVICE SERNETT FAMILY CENTER Westgate Mall ^TOMLAUGHLIN-OELORES TAYLOR B Mp%w»"» 01 Carro^lA <|a^roll ( (A .Pen» D« Mob»» Sltr,. 1 H*u,t Cln.m.1 g. f n.in L Peicy. IA WebiUr Clly, l« ClnmuT • Fort DM*, iA Mtrn JtMmm, IA Amcficin CtwiohH, IA- C.m.lol Amu, IA

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