Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 8, 1976 · Page 4
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Methodist Choir to Sing Lenten Cantata The Lenten cantata, "Olivet to Calvary," will be sung by the chancel choir of First United Methodist Church at the 10:30 worship service at the church on Palm Sunday morning. The choir of approximately 32 voices is directed by E.A. Vaatveit. Solo parts will be sung by selected members of the choir. Organ accompanist will be Mrs. Don Severin. The prelude and postlude will feature organ and piano duets by Marilyn Reimenschneider and Mrs. Michael Davis. The sacred cantata by J.H. Maunder depicts the scenes that marked the last few days of Jesus' life on earth. It portrays the rejoicing of the multitudes with hosannas and palms; the view of Jerusalem from Olivet; the lament over the city; scenes in the Temple; and the lonely walk back over Mt. Olivet at night. Part Two opens with the supper at the Passover and continues to the Pathos in the Garden of Gethsemane; the appearance of the hostile crowd; Jesus being forsaken by his disciples and his loneliness among His foes. It describes the tumult before Pontius Pilate in the Judgment Hall and the passage of the cross and climaxes with the tragedy and triumph of Calvary. Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Thurtday, April 8, 1976 *T Mr. Vaatveit said Thursday that the public as well as the congregation is invited to attend the presentation. There will be no sermon, and a fellowship coffee will be held after the service. The Rev. and Mrs. Ernest Larson served refreshments to the choir in the church social room following a rehearsal Wednesday night. Presbyterians Plan a Palm Sunday Cantata Singers from area churches will present a Palm Sunday Cantata entitled "From Olivet to Calvary" at 8 p.m. on Sunday at the United Presbyterian Church. The production is under the direction of Mrs. W.L. Chambers. Mrs. Don Severin will accompany the choir on the organ. Soloists include Mrs. Russell Wunschel, Mike Cattermole. Skip Raridon, Marlys Lindskoog. Mrs. Randy Mann. Marvin Toft. John Norgaard. Dr. J. G. Donovan and Don Petersen. —Gowrie News Photo Ready to Roll... Gowrie Jaycees prepare to push this bathtub from Gowrie to Des Moines May 12. hoping to fill it with contributions for New Hope Village in Carroll. Social Calendar] 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. FRIDAY— F.L.C. Club. Mrs. Verdis Hansen Golden Circle potluck. 12:30 p.m. SATURDAY— D.A.R., Jean McNaught, Glidden Golden Circle. MONDAY- Christian Fellowship BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Society, St. Paul Lutheran Church ' W.C. Euchre Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt Presbyterian Guild. Mrs. Gene Schubert Young in Heart. Methodist Church St. Lawrence Guild Club Met For Euchre Golden Circle Club members' played euchre at five tables Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Winning prizes for women were Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden. high, and Mrs. Margaret Sapp, second. Lawrence Hesslingh and .Vincent "Ricke won high and second for men. The tally prize went to Mrs. Victor Wernimont. Ladies Aid Has Study Of Nehemiah LIDDERDALE — "Where There's a Will," a stucfyof Nehemiah, was conducted'by the Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann at the monthly meeting of Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid Society at the church here Wednesday. A discussion followed his presentation. Twenty members attended the afternoon meeting. In the business session announcements were made concerning the LWML spring rally to be held April 21 at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, Lake City. A large punch bowl and platter set were donated to the Society by Mrs. Bostelmann. Officers were in charge of serving lunch at the close of the meeting. Hostesse's on May 5 will be Mrs. Harry Wen.ck and Mrs. Oliver Wenck. FOR A LIMITED TIME OIMLV SPECIAL MOHAWK CARPET SALE! All First Quality-All Newest Colors-All Newest Patterns-All Newest Fibers Bathtub Push to Raise N.H. Village Funds Just how much is a bathtub full of money? That's the question the Cowrie, Iowa, Jaycees plan to answer as they push a bathtub on wheels all the way from Cowrie to Des Moines to attend the state Jaycee convention starting May 15. The main idea of the project (besides being fun for the Jaycees) is to raise money for New Hope Village at Carroll. The Village will he a residential facility f-or handicapped adults. It will provide "dignity/privacy and purpose" as well as a protective living environment for adults from all over Iowa who are mentally of physically handicapped. New Hope Village is patterned after Handicap Village near Clear Lake. Construction at New Hope is scheduled to start this year. The Cowrie Jaycee chapter has fitted a bathtub with wheels and a steering apparatus, and the whole contraption will be "Jaycee Powered." Pairs of Cowrie members will take turns, v pushing the tub down the highway to Des Moines. Lt. Gov. Arthur A. Neu of Carroll will meet the Jaycees near Des Moines and will walk with the group as it enters the capital city and proceeds to the Jaycee convention site at the Hyatt House near the Des Moines airport. All along the 90 mile trip from Cowrie, other Jaycee chapters will be conducting fund drives to help Cowrie members get a "tub full of money." Fund drives will be conducted by Jaycee chapters in the Cowrie area. The "bathtub tour" to Des Moines will start from Cowrie at 8 a.m. Wednesday, May 12 and arrival at the Hyatt House is scheduled for Saturday morning. May 15, as a kickoff for the state Jaycee convention. Methodists Take Trip Ten members of United Methodist Women and the Rev. Ernest Larson took a trip to Sioux City Wednesday. The group .visited Goodwill Industries. St. Luke's Hospital and Shelser Hall, and dined at the Goodwill cafeteria. The trip took the place of the U.M.W.'s monthly meeting. The next meeting, on May 5, will be in the evening and feature a bicentennial potluck under chairmanship of Mrs. Norman Winchester. Citizzn SPECIAL "Carpet of the Month" FEATURE SPECIAL $10.95 Sq Yd I $11.95 Sq.Yd. SPECIAL SPECIAL $6.95 Sq.Yd. WHEEL OF FORTUNE CANYON PARADISE COLOR ELEGANCE EDEN VALLEY Compact Shag-Plush ' ; Lustrous 2 ply Nylon. Great i Performance at a Budget Price. #1 Selling Carpet in USA Cut and loop *" Span Dyed Shag. Now available in 29 outstanding combinations. Priced to save you money! Multi-Color Texture in Continuous •Filament Nylon for ' long wear. Brand New Style! Brand New Colors! j Samples just arrived You must see it! PUT IT OVER MOHAWK CUSHION FOR ULTRA LUXURY Let our courteous, decorator-trained people assist you with your color co-ordination. Mohawk Carpet Color Center PRENGER FURNITURE "Quality Name Brandt you know at always Low Prlcii." West on Hwy. 30 — Carroll CALL FOR SHOP-AT-HOME Activities and the menu for the Carroll congregate meal program next week at the Masonic Temple, 527>/2 N. Adams, are listed below. The me'als will be served at noon Monday through Thursday. On Good Friday the meal will beatll:30p.m. This is Newcomers' Month. Persons age 60 and older are encouraged to participate in the fellowship meals atid social bingo. On Wednesday a nutrition discussion will be on "Are Extra Vitamins Really Necessary with a Balanced Diet?" A Potluck Bingo will be featured Thursday with the participants bringing white elephant prizes. Persons needing transportation to church services on Good Friday should contact site manager Mrs. Mar jorie Bock. The early Friday meal at 11:30 p.m. enables persons to attend worship services. For meal reservations call' 792-2358 daily between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. After 6 p.m. and on Sundays call Mrs. Bock at 792-2692. Monday: Roast beef, potatoes and gravy, broccoli, sliced peaches, and peanut butter cookies. Tuesday: Barbecued pork chops, buttered parsley potatoes, buttered carrots, applesauce, home baked bread, butterscotch pear bars. Wednesday: Beef stroganoff over noodles, pickled beet slices, green beans, orange jello with mandarine oranges, and chocolate cake with frosting. Thursday: Chicken, potatoes and gravy, spinach, cottage cheese with fruit on lettuce, and baked rice custard. Friday:,Tuna casserolei buttered peas, fruit salad and raspberry sherbet. GRADUATED > Airman Rick J. Vanderheiden, son of Mr. and Mrs. James. E. Vanderheiden of 112 Todd Terrace. Carroll, has • graduated at Lowry AFB, Colo., from the U.S. Air Force photo-intelligence specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command. He is a 1973 graduate of Carroll High School. 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. Monday: 10 a.m. — crafts for Easter. 2:30 p.m. — slide presentation, "Artist with a Green Thumb." Tuesday: 10 a.m. — crossword puzzles and guggenhiem. 2:30 p.m. — games and quizzes. Wednesday: 10 a.m. — crafts. 2 p.m. — "Green Plant Care" with Joan Huegerich, featuring the ivy family. 3 p.m. —sing-a-long. Thursday: 10 a.m. — crossword puzzles and guggenhiem. 2:30 p.m. — movie: "Railroader," a Buster Keaton film and "Them Thar Hills" a Laurel and Hardy film. Friday: 10 a.m. — crafts. No afternoon activities scheduled. America's No. 1 Line of WOMEN'S GOLF SHOES !eg. U.S. Pol.Off. &ConodaModeI in U.S.A. LftZY-BQNES Reg. U.S. Pol. Off. &Conodo Mode In U.S.A. 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