Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 13, 1976 · Page 4
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Style Show Draws 275 at St. Lawrence church Grou P Iowa Scenes are Shown to Tlmot Herald, Carroll, la. To.tday, April 13, 1976 Sixty-three men. women and children of St. Lawrence parish appeared as models in the annual style show that highlighted the April meeting of St. Lawrence Ladies Guild Monday night. The event, held in Vender Auditorium, had as its bicentennial theme "Happy Birthday America" and drew an audience of 275 persons, seated at tables decorated in keeping with the theme. Mrs. Eugene Tigges was narrator, describing the wide variety of fashions made by women of the parish or loaned by Carroll stores. Centennial dresses also were modeled. The final segment included children modeling Indian garments to represent the first Americans, the long dresses of the Colonial period, and a modern tennis ensemble. Mrs. John Malett and Mrs. Merle Danner were style show chairmen. Organist was Cecilia Eltgroth. Mrs. Earl Schiltz and Mrs. Richard Henrich had decorated the stage with a background scene of Independence Hall, fences and flowers. Stage properties were donated by local businesses, as were the door prizes awarded during the CANCER MEMORIAL The American Cancer Society has received a gift in memory of Maurice Miller of Coon Rapids, it was reported Tuesday by Mrs. C.E. Mel 1 va in. memorials chairman for the Carroll County chapter. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC style revue. Refreshments were served after the program by the Guild's April committee, headed by Mrs. James Fay and Mrs. Robert Pudenz. To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. Malick Foley of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter Pamela to Stephen Palmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald L. Palmer of Winterset. A July 31 wedding is being planned. Miss Foley. a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University, teaches in the Winterset Community School. Her fiance graduated from Southwestern Community College, Creston, and farms at Winterset. Club Holds Card Party • Mrs. Ed Hannasch won first prize at the Golden Circle Club's regular pinochle party Monday at the clubrooms. Second high went to Mrs. A. E. Odendahl and there was a tie for third between Herman Nieland and Mrs. 0. E. Heider. Mrs. Frank Beliinghausen received the traveling prize and Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, tally. C.E. Mcllvain presented a program on scenes of Iowa at the monthly meeting of the Young in Heart group at First United Methodist Church Monday. First-time visitors at the meeting, held in the fellowship hall, were Lottie Ankenbauer of Iowa Falls and Mrs. Faye Noland of Carroll. The program followed a 10 a.m. coffee and sing-together. Members of United Methodist Women who were in charge of the noon luncheon were Mrs. Max H. Reed, Lucile Buchanan and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry. The next meeting is scheduled for May 10 at the church. Service Plaque to Doyle Beeber at Scouts Event Troopmaster Doyle Beeber received a Community Service Plaque from the Boy Scouts of Troop 120 at their Skills Award night. Paul Grouse was the guest speaker. District Executive Ron Sorensen and District Commander A.J. Puffett were also guests. The Rev. Donald Wuertz and Institutional Representative Chuck Smith attended the meeting. Boy Scouts receiving awards were: Clark Abbe, conservation; Steve Abbe, camping, first aid, citizenship; Skip Anneberg, citizenship; Alan Beeber, camping; Drew Beeber citizenship, community living, cooking, family living, hiking, physical fitness; Mike Grote, hiking, swimming and conservation. Greg Jensen, conservation, family living, physical fitness, communications; Scott Jensen, communications, community living, family living; Victor Jensen, citizenship; David Pemble, citizenship, cooking, first aid, hiking, swimming and physical fitness. Todd Peterson, citizenship, communication, community living, conservation, family living, physical fitness; Tim Peterson, citizenship, family living, physical fitness; Brian Sherwood, citizenship, first aid, physical fitness; Scott Snyder, citizenship, community living, cooking, first aid and Chris Wllkins, conservation, physical fitness. spurgeons —^^^"•^•^^^^••P^^^^^^^—^^ Four ways to step usually into Spring savings! This Week Only—you'll be a step ahead, when you choose a pair of these ladies' casuals at 17% to 20% savings. Each has a style of its own to footnote your casual and active sportswear. A. Crisscross sandal cushioned for comfort on a low-rise heel. White, tan, navy, red, pink or yellow vinyl. 5-10. Reg. $4.99 3.97 B. Rainbow wedge with multi-bright canvas crisscross and red covered wedge, crepoline sole. 5 1 /2-9. Reg. $5.99 4.97 C. T-Strap wedge on cushy crepe sole, in wipe-clean, no-scuff vinyl. Camel tan with brown stitching. 5 1 /2-10. Reg. $10.99 8.77 D. Terry velour tennis shoe laces to the toe, with cushioned ankle band, rubber sole. Yellow or blue. 5-10. Reg. $5.99 .4.97 Save Now and Charge It or Use Our Free Lay-Away at Spurgeon's Spurgeon's Beauty Salon — Ph. 792-1656 Wed at Lenox ... Mr. and Mrs. James Edward Kraus, 2615 Citta Drive. Omaha. Neb., are shown after their wedding Feb. 28 at the Lenox United Methodist Church. The bride is the former Lynette Irene Shawler, daughter of the James Shawlers of Lenox. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kraus of Breda. Both are employed in Omaha. The 4:30 p.m. ceremony was followed by a reception at the Lenox Country Club. Miss Brogan Is Engaged VAIL — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Brogan of Omaha. Neb., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Deborah Jane to John Hamrick of Denver, Colo. Miss Brogan is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lohman and Mrs. Clara Brogan of Vail. Shower Held At Manning MANNING — Kathleen Fischer of Omaha was complimented at a shower Sunday at Mrs. Eddie Long's home here. She is the April 25 bride-elect of Chuck Coleman, also of Omaha. Attending the courtesy were 12 guests from Kirkman, Templeton, Manning and Omaha. Miss Fischer is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fischer of Manning.- Three Give Courtesy for Miss Thielen Mrs. Donavon Stanzyk Sr., Mrs. Jim Walker and Mrs. Eldon Squibb hosted a miscellaneous bridal shower Monday evening honoring Cheryl Thielen. Miss Thielen and Larry Cruchelow will be married in an April 24 ceremony at the United Presbyterian Church. Nineteen guests were entertained at the Stanzyk home. Pink corsages with burgundy accents were presented to the honoree and her mother, Mrs. William 0. Thielen, and to her fiance's mother, Mrs. James W. Cruchelow. Games were played for entertainment and the hostesses served lunch. 5th District Meeting for GOP Women Republican Women of Carroll County are invited to attend the Spring Conference of Fifth District Republican Women Wednesday, April 28, at St. John's Catholic Church in Greenfield. Speaker at the noon luncheon will be Tom Stoner, state chairman of the Republican Central Committee. Fifth District U.S. Congressional candidates Ken Fulk, Iowa State Fair Board secretary of Clarinda, and Sen. John Murray, Iowa State Senate, District 21, Ames, will participate in a "Meet the Candidates" forum to be moderated by Rick Morain of Jefferson, Fifth District Central Committee chairman. The 11 a.m. meeting is open to all interested persons. Mrs. Don Payer of Ames, president of Fifth District Republican Women, will preside. Conference workshops will include information on legislation, campaign projects and voter registration. Registration and reservations may be sent to Mrs. John Schildberg, 402 N.E. Elm. Greenfield; Mrs. Gene Vincent or Mrs. Arthur A. Neu. Carroll. SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the .Coon Flapids City Council will; be held Wednesday at 7 p.m. in the'city hall council room. Reg. 890 7|C Chocolate , b> Reg. 150 ea. creme centers 2 .or 23c assorted flavors. Reg. 790 63^ Trustees Complete Evaluation of Library Recent Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Bill Schrad of Route 3, Carroll, are shown following their March 27 wedding at St. Lawrence Church, Carroll. She is the former Sue Kock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kock, Carroll. His parents, also of Carroll, are Mr. and Mrs. A..G. Schrad. Members of the Board of Trustees of the Carroll Public Library met Monday evening and completed an evaluation of the library, its operations, and place in the community. The self-survey, an official publication of the American Library Trustee Association, was designed to answer the question, "Is the library doing its job?" Areas of the survey where it was felt the library could be improved were referred to the by-laws goals committee for further study and recommendations. In the report of the library director, Gordon S. Wade, ijt was noted that use of the library is up 32 per cent over last year and it was predicted that the total circulation would pass the 100,000 mark for the fiscal year ending June 30. Social Calendar] with candy treats Reg. $2.59 Mellowcreme candy 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 Kuemper Parents' Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7thSt. '•'• • •'• • • •' Naomi Circle, ALCW, Mrs. Joseph Habetler Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp H.G. Club, Mrs. George Masching High Bidders, Mrs. James Wieland Dr. Anneberg Rotary Speaker Dr. A. Reas Anneberg presented a program. "P Equals Problems," at the Carroll Rotary Club meeting at'Tony's Restaurant Monday night. Dr. Anneberg discussed a number of current issues. including population, predation. power, privilege, profit and perspective. He quoted a number of authorities on the origins of the problems and their various possible solutions. Later, a question and answer period was conducted. Guests were Mel Osborn of Lake View. Ark., a visiting Rotarian. and Bob Digman of Boone. a guest of Bob Pudenz. PARENTS TO MEET The Kuemper Parents' Club will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. Terrance Sexton will speak on the North Central Association evaluation to be conducted at Kuemper High School April 26-28. The speech department will present a program. Beauty [cggg^j 792-1656 i» us* • Shop for Easter and Charge It l_JIMI_(M«MII _J W Chit-Chat, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Carroll County Republican Women's Club, 7:30 p.m. Tony's THURSDAY— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Clio Club, IPS Newcomers Club L. or L. Club, Mrs. Frank Wegner 8 C's Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle _ ' C.C.C..Club, Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh Future Bride Complimented Debbie Grimsman was honored at a bridal shower at the Jack Grimsman residence Sunday. The courtesy was given by Ann Simengton, Laura Wells. Debbie Leach and Denise • Grimsman, who will be her attendants. Table decorations were in her chosen colors, apricot and-yellow. Games were played, after which gifts were opened and lunch was served. Teachers at the school w.he.re M.iss Grimsman teaches in Missouri Valley recently gave another shower for her. Miss .Grimsman and Dick Roach will be married June 5 in Bellevue. Neb. Presbyterian Guild Meets Mrs. Gene Schubert and Mrs. Glennie Prince entertained Presbyterian Guild at Mrs. Schubert's home Monday night. Mrs. Prince offered the opening prayer and conducted the business session. Devotions taken from "Daily Words" were presented by Mrs. J. R. Grey. She also gave the program, reading from "Upstairs at the White House." Lunch was served by the hostess. The Guild plans to have a potluck at the church on May 10. KODAKorGAF COLOR FILM DEVELOPING and Printing 12 Exposure Roll ...... 20 Exposure Roll ...... New Borderless Prints FAST SERVICE SERNETT FAMILY CENTER Weslgate Mall Wade said the Carroll library is one of six public libraries in the northwest region which are forming a union catalog of holdings to facilitate inter-library loans. A report was given on the district meeting of the Iowa Library Association in Pocahontas, April 5. Carroll has invited the group for the 1977 meeting. The trustees accepted the gift of a doll collection and case from a former resident of the area. The collection will supplement those already on display. An announcement will be made when the collection arrives. Wade reported on a number of changes in the new building which are presently being made or will be made in'the near future. These changes' include moving the book return chute outside the main doors, cabinet work beneath the two circulation desks, additional shelving in the children's library, wall devices for painting display, and various additional locks and changed locks. In other action, the trustees authorized a study with recommendations concerning change-over to a mechanical charging system for the library; provided for a 6 p.m. closing of the library on Monday, April 26 so that members of the staff'can attend the Carl Hamilton dinner being sponsored by the Friends of the Library; -authorized the sale of two tables and eight chairs from the children's library; invited the trustees of the Northwest Regional Library System to' 1 meet in Carroll on May 17 and rejected the concept of state-wide reciprocal borrowing privileges. Trustees attending Monday evening's meeting were Robert S. Bruner, president; Mrs. Joe H. Gronstal, recording clerk; Mrs. John Gnam. Mrs. Ronald Schechtman, James W. Wilson, Dr. Homer L. Skinner and Dr: J.G. Donovan. The next regularly scheduled meeting will be on Monday, July 12. Double Four • Is Entertained Mrs. David McHugh was hostess for the Double Four • Club's bridge party at her home Monday evening. 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