Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 16, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 16, 1976
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Dance Group from Ames to Perform Here The Iowa State Dance Group, funded by the Iowa Arts Council, has accepted an invitation from the Clio Club for an evening performance with preceding dance demonstration in Carroll next fall. The group features Phyllis Lepke, professor of dance at Iowa State University, who also is a professional journalist and a member of the Iowa Arts Council. The program will be held at the Kuemper High School auditorium, and will be the civic project of Clio for the 1976-77 season. Announcement of the event was made by Mrs. David Collison at the club's regular meeting Thursday afternoon at the IPS community room. Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain, president, opened the meeting with devotions entitled "Easter Memories." It was reported that Clio received a "Citation of Achievement" for the community improvement project sponsored by the General Federation of Women's Clubs and chaired locally by Mrs. John H. Fortune. An article "Unity Through Love" was read by Mrs. Bruce Fuller for "Flashes from IFWC." She stated, "A good home life is our country's first defense." Mrs. Fuller also read "A Garden of Scripture." Using the theme "Love is Personals Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moran, who spent the winter in Texas, have left for their home at Portage la Prairie, Manitoba, Canada, after a week's visit here with Mrs. Moran's sister. Mrs. Helen Underberg. Other visitors have been Mrs. Underberg's son, Patrick, of Hartsville. S.C.. and her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Underberg of Council Bluffs. Patrick Underberg. who recently completed 20 years with the Navy, spent part of the time with his sister. Mrs. Ronald .Niehaus and family at Templeton. Tlme» H»rold, Carroll, la. Friday, April 16, 1976 M*****»I*M**IU MOBILE PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE Thurs., April 22 at Arcadia Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary the key which unlocks creativeness with arts and crafts," the program was given by Mrs. Carl Bauerle and Mrs. Lambert Winnike. Mrs. Bauerle reviewed the art of china painting and displayed many pieces she had painted. Using as her topic "Old Bed Coverings," Mrs. Winnike exhibited quilts and coverlets that are all family heirlooms, some dating back to 1855 that were brought to this area by covered wagon from Indiana. She told about quilting bees, the social functions of the pioneers. Guests at the meeting were Mrs. S. F. Paradee of Renville, Minn., and Mrs. Louis Walsh. The tea table was decorated in the Easter theme. Hostess were Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, Mrs. M. J. Arts and Mrs. DuaneShriver. The next meeting date is May 6. Society to Take Orders for History Orders for a limited edition of reprints of Paul McClean's "Carroll County History" first published in 1912 will be taken at the ninth annual meeting of the Carroll County Historical Society. The meeting will start at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 22 in the court room of the Carroll County court house. The large two volume set has become quite scarce in recent years and will be offered for $20.00 for the reprint of the set. A copy of the original printing will be on display at the meeting. Delivery is promised by the publisher for July. Orders may also be placed at the Wilke Drug Store in Carroll or mailed to Mrs. Gary Hackett. R. 2, Box 163, Carroll. Paul De Shaw, local historian, will be guest speaker for the meeting. De Shaw is Carroll County chairman of the Iowa American Revolution Bicentennial Commission. Plans for the move into the old library building will be disclosed. Open house and dedication for the Carroll County Historical Museum is scheduled for Sunday, June 13. at 2 p.m. The public is invited. Membership in the society is open to any .interested person for $2 per year. This may be sent to Mrs. Hackett. Start turning your thin lawn thick again! « H I I Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Dunn Nuptial Vows Repeated in South Dakota Peggy Bruflat. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bruflat of Clark, S.D., became the bride of Douglas Dunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Dunn of Carroll, on April 3 at St. Paul Lutheran Church in Clark. The Rev. Jerry Albert officiated. Attendants were Mrs. Linda Young and Paul Thielking of Des Moines, Mrs. Deanna Pincombe of Dayton, Ohio, and Scott Keith of Marshalltown. Tricia Young and Brad Pincombe were flower girl and ring bearer. Ushers were Lynn Dunn of Carroll and Bruce Dunn of Council Bluffs. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of ivory chiffon. Her attendants' ensembles were in peach and rust. After a church reception the couple left for their honeymoon at Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. They will live at 9000 Nicollet Ave.. South Bloomington. Minn. Mrs. Dunn, a graduate of Clark High School and Northwest College of Commerce, is a legal secretary for the Minneapolis law firm of Faegre and Benson. The groom is a Carroll High School graduate and attended Iowa State University. He is employed at the international trading division of International Multifoods of Minneapolis. The groom's parents hosted a rehearsal dinner in Clark. ,• IN VETS HOSPITAL' Carl Sanders of Carroll, who recently underwent surgery for amputation of his left leg. is getting along as well as can be expected, according to Mrs. Sanders. His address is 3-B, Room 395, Veterans Hospital, Des Moines. Simply make an early-spring application of Scotts TURF'BUILDER lawn fertilizer. It helps grass plants send out tillers above ground, and rhizomes under ground that grow into new grass plants. Result? Your lawn grows thicker and greener, filling in those thin spots. The earlier you spread Scotts Turf Builder, the better. And you'll save money by buying now, during Scotts Early-Bird Sale. } SAVE$1 5,000 sq. ft. bag Reg. $8.95 Now $7.95 | SAVE $2 10,000 sq.ft. bag Reg. S16.95 Now S14.95 V 5 SAVES.'} 15,000 sq. ft. bag Reg. S23.95 Now 820.95 * Put a halt to CRABGRASS before it starts! All it takes is a single spreader application of Scotts HALTS PLUS for Established Lawns. It forms an invisible barrier that lies in wait and knocks off ugly crabgrass as it sprouts. It also supplies a long- lasting fertilizer for your good grass. Helps it grow thicker, sturdier and greener-without crabgrass. Now is the perfect time to buy Scotts Halts Plus for Established Lawns, so you'll be ready for that next nice day. SAVE $1.50 ^^ 5,000 sq. ft. bag Regular $20.95 $19.45 [ksrarfiilrfr l *»Wll»Vra»BI<W«W*V(OTW .« * Make us your headquarters for all your lawn and garden needs! I EARL GARDEN CENTER JEFFERSON For 7 Days April 15-21 Eves. At 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Matinee 2:00 P.M. FAMILY ENTERTAINMENTI A true account of one of the most incredible journeys in American History. TRUE STORYI HELD OVER! NOW Thru WED. April 21 Evei. 7:15 t 9:15 Sol. Mai. 1 p.m Sun. 1:15-3:15-5:15-7:15-9:15 al"APrUDUMrUNCCANO' COMHXANKtACKMAN All «W HIT. WMNKNOTTl ANBYWUIimTO a T _ Courtesies Given for Miss Langel TEMPLETON — Shirley Langel of Omaha. May 8 bride-elect of Vic Tomka Jr., has been honored at two recent showers. One was given by Mrs. Randy Olberding and Carol Jean Langel. her sisters, arid Sara Heinrichs. who will be her attendants, at Mrs. Olberding's home. Miss Langel was given a corsage in her rainbow colors of yellow, pink, green and blue, which also were featured in table decorations. After games, gifts were opened and lunch, also in her colors, were served. Mrs. Jim Huffman of Omaha gave a shower for her sister Tuesday evening at the Nebraska Methodist Education Center. Attending were senior students of Nebraska Methodist Nursing School. Mrs. Huffman, who also will be an attendant, presented Miss Langel with a bouquet in her colors. Games were played and refreshments served. Parents of the future bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langel of Templelon and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Tomka Sr. of Arcadia. Mothers of Twins Clubs To Convene DENISON — The 13th annual convention of the Iowa Mothers of Twins Clubs will be held May 15 at the First United Methodist Church. 113 S. 14th St.. Denison. All mothers or guardians of multiple births residing in Iowa are welcome to attend. Registration and coffee at 8:45 a.m. will be followed fay a business session at 9:30 and a noon luncheon and entertainment. Advance registration is due May 1. Further information may be obtained by contacting the convention chairman. Mrs. Irwin Denker. Route 3. Denison. phone 712-263-4114. CONDITION IMPROVED Steve Windschitl, who was seriously injured in a bike-tractor accident, has shown some improvement in the last several days, a spo.kesman for (Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital at Omaha said Friday. Martha Windschitl said he has responded to some questions and has spoken a few words to his parents. He was injured April 6.< Golden Year ... Mr. and Mrs. Matt Kuker of Carroll will be honored at a celebration of the eucharist in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary at Holy Spirit Church here Sunday, April 25. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., will offer the mass at noon. Friends and relatives are invited to an open house reception hosted by their 13 children from three to five o'clock that afternoon at the Carroll Country Club. The couple requests no gifts. Social Calendar] SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— Eastern Star school of instruction, 12:30 p.m.; inspection, 7:30 p.m. Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Bernard Wells Holy Spirit Women's Guild Rainbow Girls, 3:30 p.m. Golden Circle TUESDAY- American Legion Auxiliary Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Collison Gay Nine T's, Mrs. Lynn Curry Players 8. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Lewis Voyles Delta Dek, Red Carpet 94th Year Celebrated Mrs. Frances Wiskus. who will be 94 years old April 17. was honored Wednesday at the St. Anthony Nursing Home where she resides. Joining her in the celebra- t i on were five of her daughters. Mrs. Elizabeth Riesenberg and Mrs. Maryann Kirsch of Roselle., Mrs. Margaret Riesenberg of Carroll. Sr. Louise Wiskus of Woodbine and Mrs. Berni Mueller of Booneville, Mo. Other relatives and friends attended from Carroll. Halbur and Roselle. AT ALL 3 THEATRES CHECK BELOW FOR DATES AND TIMES 2 WEEKS APRIL 15-28 Evei. 7:30X9:30, Sal. Mat. Al 2:00 Sun. Conl. From 1:30 IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THUTRE 7 DAYS APRIL 15-21 Evei. At 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. At 2:00, 7:00 £ 9:00 Ml DIM tlitUlr 1NOHUC IM MNItl!^^\ .. -.«.., A HWy. 30 West Carroll SPRING HOURS Mon. -Thurs. 8:00-8:00 Frl. 8:00-9:00 Posture Posters — Amy Daeges, left, and Connie Ludwig hold their prize winning posters in the "Correct Posture Contest" on Thursday. Presenting the girls with cash prizes is Dr. Tom Farmer. The contest is designed to get fifth and sixth grade students interested in correct posture. The competition is sponsored by the Iowa Chiropractic Society. Pictured are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Daeges, rural Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Allan Ludwig. Carroll OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 WED. & FRI. TILL 9 p.m. SHOP and SAVE at Citizen :f !ith leu Y fSetmt Wcittinlo*i\ it's tfie living ei\cf! Furniture Serving Iowa '*'> Years Eail Edge ot CARROLL Hwy 30 WEDNESDAY— U.M.W. Circles: I, II, III, church; IV, Mrs. Ernest Larson U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. Paul Anneberg; Afternoon, Mrs. Lester Heinen; Evening, Mrs. Roger Osborn Dealers 9, Mrs. Daniel Wurzer Golden Circle euchre Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS i. Centennial to Be Noted at Wheatland BREDA — The Wheatland Presbyterian Church, rural Breda, will celebrate its centennial on Oct. 22. The.first in a series of centennial events will be held Sunday. The church's former pastor, the Rev. H. A. Smidt, Smithland. will be the guest speaker at the 10:15 a.m. worship service. A potluck dinner and social time will follow the service. Former members and friends are invited to attend. Sunday afternoon family pictures of church members will be taken for the centennial book. Persons interested 'in purchasing a , book should notify a member within the next few weeks. Plans for all the centennial events have not been finalized. The congregation plans to have the main centennial activities on October 24. Police Seize Marijuana DES MOINES. Iowa <API — Police say they have seized nearly 150 pounds of marijuana from a residence here. Police Lt. William Tigue. commander of the Metropolitan Area Narcotics Squad, said the Mexican-grown marijuana has a street value of about $60.000. No arrests have been made. • • • Tigue says law officers were tipped about the marijuana by police Sgt. Larry Stougard. who said he saw it in the residence while working on another case. Personals Mrs. W. H. Rust arrived home Wednesday night from a winter vacation in Sun City, Ariz. OES SCHOOL Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold its annual school of instruction at 12:30 p.m. Monday. April 19, and inspection at 8 p.m. at the Masonic Temple. Refreshments will be served after the evening session. LEAVES HOSPITAL Mrs. Catherine Starman, Carroll, was dismissed from St. Anthony Hospital on Thursday. Activities and the menu for the Carroll congregate meal program next week at the Masonic Temple, 527'/ 2 N. Adams, are listed below. The meals will be served at noon Monday through Friday. Clubs Had Card Parties on Thursday Six tables were in play at the morning session of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room. Mrs. Harold Tuvell and Mrs. Donald Karn of Lake City won first place; Mrs. Art Tiefenthaler of Breda and Mrs. Kenneth Huegerich, second; Mrs. 0. G. Clause and Mrs. Dean Baker of Jefferson, third; Mrs. Josef Martin and Mrs. Earl Connors, fourth; Mrs. Clark Peters and Mrs. R. B. Morrison, fifth. The next morning games will be played on April 29. C.C.C. CLUB met for bridge Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh, whose additional guest was Mrs. Gordon Reynolds of Yetter. The hostess won first prize; Mrs. Reynolds, second; and Mrs. William McCarville, low. On May 20 the club will meet with Mrs. Larry Berning. The GOLDEN CIRCLE Club had five tables of pinochle in play Thursday afternoon, when Mrs. Bertha Klocke was hostess. Prize winners were Mrs. Oscar Heider, high; Mrs. John Vanderheiden, second; Herman Nieland, traveling; and Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, tally.. The weekly party was held a day early because of Good Friday. Dedham Legion Auxiliary Has Easter Theme DEDHAM — The Dedham American Legjon Auxiliary meeting was conducted recently by the president Mrs. Eugene Kitt. Colors were advanced by Mrs. Alois Schreck and Colette Wiskus. The prayer was by Mrs. Leonard Sporrer and pianist was Mrs. Harold Pomeroy. The president welcomed several guests and gifts were presented to the 25-year members. Members were asked to halp clean the Legion Hall kitchen later this month. Mrs. Leonard Tunning 1 . Mrs. Donald Schmitz and Mrs. Robert Wiskus will be on the nominating committee. The town celebration will be on June 19. Members are to cooperate in working in the stands and with items for the fancy work stand (to be left at any business place.) Initiation of 17 new members was held with Mrs. Bernard Wiskus. past president, as initiation officer. B i r .t h d a y s and anniversaries were honored with a song. Door prize was awarded to Mrs. Norbert Meiners. The Dedham Kitchen Band entertained with several selections with Mrs. Henry Heman as pianist. Refreshment tables were in the Easter theme with Mrs. Louis Bueltel as chairman of refreshments and entertainment. Mrs. Mary Tigges was awarded the plate prize. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC On Monday, Louis Anthofer will again entertain with his accordion. A slide presentation on Wednesday after bingo will feature "Human Heritage" a new packet about Iowa. The "white elephant bingo" will be either Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday. Frank Kloser will entertain on Friday with a humorous monologue. For home meals call 792-2692 after 6 p.m. and before 8 a.m. and all day on Sundays, or call 792-2358 between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. Monday: Swiss Steak, potatoes and gravy, carrots and cabbage, pineapple and banana salad, and banana cream pudding. , Tuesday: Ham, baked potatoes, broccoli or beets, lime jello with grapefruit sections, and strawberry shortcake. Wednesday: Porcupine meatballs, scalloped potatoes, green beans, peach on lettuce with cottage cheese, and Apple Brown Betty. Thursday: Chicken, potatoes and gravy, buttered peas, red jello with pears, home baked bread, and cookies. Friday: Roast beef, potatoes au gratin, stewed tomatoes, cole slaw, and apple pie. CARROLL RECREATION DEPARTMENT The Carroll Recreation Department announced the following activities for next week at the Courtview Apartments, 514 N. Court. The activities are open to all senior citize'ns. For further information, or if transportation is needed, phone the Carroll Recreation Department at 792-1000. Monday: 10 a.m. — flower making crafts. 2:30 p.m. "Breads, Bagels, and Blackeyed Peas," slide presentation on food customs. Tuesday: 10a.m.— crosswords and Guggenheim. 2:.30 p.Tn. — Games and Quizzes. 3:30 p.m. — Travel with Us. on "Australia — Down and Outback." Wednesday: 10 a.m. crafts. 2 p.m. — "Green Plant Care," with Joan Huegerich. 3 p.m. — Sing-a-long. Thursday: 10 a.m. crosswords and Guggenheim. 2:30 p.m. — movies. "Fatty's Tiny Tangle 1 ' and "Immigrant" a Chaplin film. Friday: 10 a.m. — crafts. 2:30 p.m. — Guest speaker. Slide presentation on Venezuela and Columbia, along with artifacts from the two countries. TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $50.00 REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 14 Ft. NOW ONLY ALL COLORS REGULAR $ 379 *329 WT HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA 712/792 4318 IT TASTES GREAT ALL THE WAY DOWN Tony's Restaurant has a way of making food taste better than any food you've eaten elsewhere. 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