Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 12, 1976 · Page 4
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Vail Woman is New President of Deanery Mrs. Lawrence Thelen of Vail was installed here Friday afternoon as new president of the South Central Deanery. Council of Catholic Women of the Sioux City diocese. She and other officers and commission chairmen were elected at a morning board meeting. The new slate also includes Mrs. Joe Stitz of Carroll, vice president; Mrs. Merlin Schelle of Breda, secretary: and Mrs. Cyril Venner of Arcadia, treasurer. Outgoing president is Mrs. James Webb of Grand Junction. Installed as commission chairmen were Mrs. Alphonse Dentlinger of Halbur, church community; Mrs. Bernard Wallace of Churdan, organization; Mrs. Dale Bretey of Arion, family affairs; Rose Marie Schweers of Arcadia: international affairs; and Mrs. Everett Meister of Glidden. community affairs. Deanery representative is Mrs. Adrian Halbur of Carroll. The convention, which drew some 100 women from throughout the deanery, opened with mass at 11 a.m. at BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Times Herold, Carrol), la. Monday, April 12, 1976 Holy Spirit Church. Celebrant was the Rev. Henry Meyer of Dcdham, deanery moderator. The .sermon was delivered by the HI. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Luncheon was served at the Elks', where guest speaker was Mrs. Paul Lonegran of Boone. member of the House of Representatives from the •44th District. Her talk described a typical day in the House. Mrs. Webb presided over the board session as well as the open meeting. A past president. Mrs. Dennis McGregor of Jefferson, conducted the installation ceremonies. Couple Hosts Euchre Club Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt entertained the W.C. Euchre Club at their home Sunday night. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Brincks of Willey, who are new members of the club. Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus won first prize and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kluver, second. On May 8 the club will meet at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Greving nearWillev. ' Business & Professional Directory INTERNATIONAL Handling all phases of Travel NO CHARGE FOR OUR SERVICE 108 W; 8th Carroll 792-9742 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT H*R BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT Carroll Manning 792-2770 Home 106 W. 6th St. 653-3816 NO MATTER WHAT YOlTH/iVEfaSELL There's A Want Ad Just For You Phone 792-3573 R.J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adams — Carroll, Iowa Office Hours: 9 to 12 — 1 to 5 General Practice — Obstetrics Fractures — X-Rays Office Dial 792-4120 Home Dial 792-3408 BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE 322 East 6th St. Ph. 792-3805 P.M. WINJUM O.D. Optometrist Dial 792-3318 Complete Vision Care including Contact Lenses 1 Block West of Sernett's BOB KRAUS & RAY LENZ INSURANCE CALL 792-2580 or 673-4422 FOR ALL YOUR INSURANCE NEEDS DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses - Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adams St. (Between Smart Set Salon and Sherwin-Williams) (Closed Sat. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, Iowa Optometrists DR. H.K; RICHARDSON, DR. J.S. RICHARDSON, Dial 792-9687 80S North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES FARMER CHIROPRACTIC LIFE CENTER Pringle Building — 529 N. East St. Family Practice of Chiropractic Phone 792-3605 Hours — by Appointment 503 N. Main Street Ph. 712-792-352J Carroll, Iowa 51401 Elm & Sumpter St. Ph. 712-684.2240 Coon Rapids, Iowa 50058 Blankenbaker Chiropractic Clinics DR. T. E. BLANKENBAKER CLINIC DIRECTOR Carroll Hours: Monday—9:00-5:00 Coon Rapids Hours: Tuesday—9:00-12:00 Monday—6:00-6:00 Wednesday—9:00-5:00 Tuesday—1:00-5:30 Thursday—9:00-12:00 Thursday-2:00-8:00 Friday—9:00-5:00 Fr!day-6:00-8:00 Saturday—9:00-12:00 Saturday—1:00-5:00 Blue Cross Blue Shield When someone gets sick his first concern should be about getting well. His last should be about money. Join your County H.I.A. Associated with BLUE CROSS and BLUE SHIELD Put Nit'i'iwjnqer H I A Sec rt'ldr y S.ic Cily. Id Ph 662 33-1] Mrs H W Hdrmeyer HIA it'Creldry C.irroll, lowj Ph. 792-3848 see or call Vince Koenig Blue Cross Blue Shield Rep. Carroll, la. Ph. 792-9744 Deanery Officials ... New officers of the South Central Deanery, Council of Catholic Women of the Sioux City diocese, were installed at the spring meeting at the Elks' Club here Friday. Seated (from left) are Mrs. Cyril Venner of Arcadia, treasurer; Mrs. Lawrence Thelen of Vail, president; Mrs. Joe Stitz of Carroll, vice president; and Mrs. Merlin Schelle of Breda, secretary. Standing (from left) are the •-Staff Photo Rev. Henry Meyer of Dedham, deanery moderator; Mrs. Everett Meister of Glidden, Mrs. Bernard Wallace of Churdan, Mrs. Dale Bretey of Arion and Rose Marie Schweers of Arcadia, new commission heads; Mrs. Adrian Halbur of Carroll, deanery representative; and Mrs. Dennis McGregor of Jefferson, installing officer. Social Calendar] MONDAY— Christian Fellowship 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 RebekahLodge.7p.m. Double Four Club, Mrs. David McHugh Golden Circle TUESDAY- E.S.A. Sorority, Mrs. Delbert Patrick P.E.O., Mrs. Gordon Wade Tri ; County Hairdressers, Red Carpet Challengers, Colette Stork Trumpettes, Mrs. Howard Drees F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Leon Masching Jokers, Mrs. Jerry Wilson F.N.W. Euchre, Mrs. Anna Hausman H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Elmer Bedford A.B.C. Club, Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg Town and "Country. Mrs. Matt Hugeback Pla-Mor, Tony's, Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum J.L.C. Club. Mrs. James Houlihan A.B. Club, Mrs. John Juergens WEDNESDAY— St. Paul Lutheran Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Charles E. Smith; Mary'and Martha, church; Ruth, Mrs, Frank Beckman; Sarah, Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann Toastmistress, Derby By Jerry Schroeder Where Panama hats are made? Panama hats are not made in Panama as the name suggests, but in Ecuador, where their manufacture is a major industry. They were originally so called because Panama was the chief center of their distribution to the world. The name "Panama" was applied to this type of hat by the forty-niners who crossed the Isthmus of Panama to and from the California gold fields. Panama, hats are not straw hats in the strict sense of the term, but are made ' from "Toquilla", a flexible and durable fiber derived from the young leaves of a palm-like plant which grows wild in South and Central America - particularly in Ecuador. Flats made of this material have been made in Ecuador for centuries. The manufacture of "Panama" hats has spread to other South American countries with Peru and Columbia among the leaders. SCHROEDER'S Carpet & Decorating Across the Street from Safeway Parking Lot Downtown Carroll Kuemper Parents' Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Naomi Circle, ALCW, Mrs. Joseph Habetler Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp H.G. Club, Mrs. George Masching High Bidders, Mrs. James Wieland Chit-Chat, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Carroll County Republican Women's Club, 7:30 p.m. Tony's Fellowship Group Visits Two Homes For their April meeting, members of the Christian Fellowship Society of St. Paul Lutheran Church visited residents of the Carroll Health Center and Carroll Manor Sunday afternoon. 'The Carroll Elks' Quartet, composed of Elmer Renze. Dale Textor. Lee Bratten and Donald Petersen, sang several selections at each home, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Michael Davis. Short devotional services were conducted by Reese Abbe. At the close of the afternoon lunch was served at the church by Mrs. and Mrs. James C. DeBower and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilson. The Society will have a cook-out and election of officers on May 9. Group Fetes Mrs. Bedford Mr. and Mrs. P.R. Tilton were hosts for an appreciation dinner at the Pin Oaks Saturday night honoring Mrs. Mort Bedford, an employe of HR Cleaners for 32 years. Attending the party were all employes of the firm and their husbands and wives. H.R. Smith, former owner, was a special guest. Mrs. Bedford was presented with a gift from Mr. Tilton, Mr. Smith and the employes. STARTS THURSDAY for 7 DAYS APRIL 8 Thru 14 Ewei. of 7 4 9:15 p.m. Sun. 2:00 * 4:30, 7:00 & 9:15 Michael _ Caine l S the John Huston-John Foreman film Mrti WiuUlcKJU ' " '" ' i STARTS THURSDAY far 7 Dayt APRIL 8 Thru 14 Eves, at 7:15 I 9:15 p.m Sat. Matinee Once 2:00 Sun. 1:15,3:15,5:15,7:15,9:15 TW'WfUOUMWNCGMtO' COMHHANtSEACK MDONKNOm AMTOVUMinTO ^hilarious ~ Disney Fun! NO w rosir i\0 HE IIJKJV Ill) IIIUIIlllllllMlllll Ill June Wedding . . . Mrs. Donna Bellinghausen of Carroll announces the engagement of her daughter Carol to Rye Jepson, son of Mrs. Bea Jepson of Bellevue. Neb. A June 12 wedding is planned at St. Lawrence Church. Carroll. Future Bride Honored at Party Sunday Jane Singsank was honored at a prenuptial courtesy given by Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier and'Mrs. James Dentlinger Sunday at the Derby. Corsages in the wedding colors of blue and peach were presented to the bride-elect, her mother. Mrs. Wilbur Singsank and her fiance's mother, Mrs. Alfred Feilmeier, Westside. The serving table was decorated with a large bridal doll centerpiece. The honoree's sister. Peggy Singsank, assisted her in opening the gifts. Judy Feilmeier presided at the punch bowl. Thirty-five guests were entertained from Wichita. Kan.: Omaha Neb.: Rockwell City; Eldora. Manning. Westside. Scranton and Glidden. Miss Singsank will marry Ted Feilmeier on June 5 at 1 p.m. at St. Lawrence Church. Miss Halbur Complimented Cindy Halbur. whose marriage to Matt Bauer Jr. will take place at Halbur April 24. was honored at a kitchen and linen shower Friday night. Hostesses at the Pin Oaks were her fiance's mother. Mrs. Matt Bauer Sr., and sisters. Mrs. John Wessling and Nancy Bauer. Twenty-five guests attended. Court whist was played for entertainment. Peach and brown. Miss Halbur's chosen colors, were'carried out in decorations. The bride-elect's parents are the Louis Halburs of Halbur. Oklahoma! Captivates Big Crowds Toes tapped and bodies swayed as near capacity crowds were captivated by performers in the Kuemper High School's presentation of the popular musical "Oklahoma!" this weekend. The attentive audiences responded warmly to the expressive actors as they presented Rodgers and Hammerstein's colorful production. ' Gail Reicks, as the starry-eyed Laurey, and Mike Cawley, her cowboy suiter, led the casl. Miss Reicks appeared in most of the scenes and her high melodious voice charmed the audience. Cawley turned in a good performance as the gun-toting, love-struck cowboy. Other favorites included John Leonard as Will Parker, Joyc^ Harman as Ado Annie Carnes, and Jayne Staley as Aunt Eller. Leonard, with a slow southern drawl, drew many laughs as he quipped through his humorous lines. The likeable and bouncy Miss Harman did a fine job playing the fickle Ado Annie. Miss Staley generated good audience rapport as the concerned and fretting Aunt Eller. The sinister Jud Fry was playe.d by Tim Gute. Jeff Baldus played the suave peddler. All Hakim. The crisp, colorful costumes, under the direction of Mrs. Joe Tegels and Sr. Mary Walter Heires were an added plus. The accompanying music by, the ' 'Oklahoma ! " Orchestra, under the direction of John Malett, received loud rounds of applause at the end of the play. The vocal music was under the direction of Mrs. Barbara Fletcher. Sr. Charlene Smith was the drama director., Lighting created the mood for the scenes under the direction of James Strautman. The sets, under the direction of Dean Kollasch, were colorfully decorated.- Especially effective was the eerie atmosphere created in the old smokehouse. For those seated on the main floor, sound was not much of a problem. However, many persons in the balcony reported having trouble hearing the actors.. As the audiences filed out of the auditorium many compliments on the performances could be heard. The fine singing and acting, and the pretty costumes were praised. The English teachers at Kuemper may be cringing Monday. The sophomore classes were assigned to critique the play. Such words that were commonplace in the play like "feller, shore, ain't, oughta. winder (window) and educathun" may be creeping up in their compositions. — Mary Lee Hagert. Card Club Entertained Members of the Friendly Neighbor Club were entertained at Mrs. George Otto's home .Friday night. Winning prizes at the close of the games of 500 were Mrs. Art Otto. Mrs. William J. Kanne, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig and Mrs. Louis Tigges. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Lester Schleisman. April 29. AREA VISITORS TEMPLETON — Mr. and Mrs. Scott Schoeppner and sons of Norco. Calif., are visiting until April 30 with his mother. Mrs. Don Schoeppner and family in Templeton. Schoeppner. a Kuemper High School graduate, is employed by the Anaheim City Fire Department. Upon return to California he will be returning to school to become a paramedic for the fire department. Miss Gehling Bride Of Tom Goetzinger Permanent Hair Removal (^ UNWANTED HAIR ON FACE, ARMS & LEGS REMOVED QUICKLY and PERMANENTLY JANICE SCHULZE Phone 386-3311 508 N. Elm - Downstairs Jefferson, Iowa LuAnn Gehling and Tom Goetzinger were married in an April 10 ceremony at Holy Angels Church in Roselle. Their parents, all of Route 3, Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Nagl and Mr. and Mrs. . Vince Goetzinger. Mum plants bowed with light blue satin graced the altar for the double ring ceremony at which the Rev. Jerome Coyle officiated. The bride was given in marriage by her mother and stepfather and attended by Sue Gehling as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Rose Naberhaus and Deb Goetzinger. Cabin to be Open During Bicentennial Members of Priscilla Alden chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, will open their historical cabin in Graham Park to the public for the county celebration of the bicentennial on June 26. Plans for staffing the cabin were made at the chapter's dessert-meeting Saturday afternoon at the home of Jean McNaught in Glidden. The president general's message was read by Mrs. Arthur McNaughton, and Mrs. Howard DeWees gave the national defense report. Members who attended the spring conference held last month in Des Moines gave their reports. The chapter presented a United States flag to the Women's Club of Glidden. "Biographies of Iowa State Regents and History of Iowa Chapters 1891-1975" was presented by Mrs. DeWees to the Glidden Library for the D.A.R. "Fort Ticonderoga — Gibraltar of the New World" was the title of the program presented by Mrs. Wilbur Gordon. The Battle of Fort Ticonderoga was the first confrontation of American and British forces, she reminded the women. Cannons from the captured fort were believed to have been used by Gen. George Washington's forces to rout the British from.Boston.jr,, Mrsi'vFred'Burton will be' hostess for the next meeting, May8. Randy Wittrock was best man. Groomsmen were Dale Gehling and Steve Brincks. Guests were ushere'd by Danny Jo Gehling and 1 Alan Brincks. Vocalists were 'Barb Elscheid and Gail Eischeid. The bride appeared'in a mantilla-length gown of Chantilly lace and sneer- ganza, fashioned with a high neckline and shepherdess sleeves. She carried a cascade bouquet of white roses, centered with a cattleya' orchid and backed with English ivy. ' I High-waisted dresses of light blue polyester crepe were worn by her attendants. 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