Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 19, 1976 · Page 4
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Social Calendar] Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, April 19, 1976 MONDAY— Eastern Star school of instruction. 12:30 p.m.; inspection, 7:30p.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 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 By Dave Schroeder What the "right kind" or ideal beef steer looks like? It will vary in the minds of different buyers, but generally it is the animal that has characteristics preferred by most people in the beef business. • How the ideal beef animal should look? Its body is moderately long, oblong shaped with evidence of natural muscling. LOIN area is wide, long and sloping to the sides ("quon- set shaped"). Steer should show meatiness and muscling, without an excess middle: sufficient length of loin and rump. Top over loin and rump area should show muscling. Top line is straight and parallel to the ground; a well sprung rib and fullness in crops, along with ample width of chest floor. ***************** Sprinkle a little talcum powder on ribbon knots and they will untie much easier. SCHROEDER'S Carpet & Decorating Across the Street from Safeway Parking Lot Downtown Carroll THURSDAY— Newcomers, Tony's Triple C Club, Mrs. William Siepker 8 C's Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle STOP Club. 408 W. 7th St. New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols E.B.C. Club. Mrs. Mike Sullivan Eight O'clock Club Juries Find One Innocent, Another Guilty Times Herald Newt Service AUDUBON — One person was convicted and another found innocent in jury trials Thursday in the magistrate division of Audubon County District Court. One jury found Craig Lee Hoffman, 17. of Audubon. not guilty of possessing an altered drive.r's license. He was stopped in February by a state trooper and later accused of having altered his license to show his age as 18. A second jury found Kim LeRoy Thompson, 21. of Atlantic guilty of assault and battery. That charge was filed March 7 after Keith Nelson, 20. of Exira. said he was beaten by Thompson. Nelson told authorities he went to ask Thompson for $150 which Nelson said was still owed him from the sale of a motorcycle. The incident occurred at Exira where Thompson formerly lived. Thompson was fined $100. Middletons Host Dinner Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Middleton hosted a dinner at their home Sunday honoring their children. Larry and Lynda, who were first communicants that morning at St. Lawrence Church. Guests included their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Billmeier of Templeton and Mrs. George Dorweiler of Algona; also Kenny Dorweiler of Algona, the Dennis Alspach and Raymond Billmeier families and Ann Heinrichs of Carroll, and the Raymond Middleton family of Bagley. .The other Middleton children. Michelle, Shari and Ryan, also were present. CARD WINNERS Winning score prizes at the Saturday night pinochle games at the Golden Circle clubrooms were Mrs. Frank Wegner, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen and Lawrence Hesslingh. Other prizes went to Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg. MOBILE PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE Thurs., April 22 at Arcadia Sponsored by American Legion Auxiliary To Graduate . . . Jean Ausman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ausman of Carroll, will graduate May 1 from the Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing in Omaha. The 3 p.m. exercises will be held in Witherspoon Hall, Joslyn Art Museum. Announce Engagement GLIDDEN — Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kummer of Eaton,-Colo., announce the engagement of their daughter, Dahna Maria, to Larry Charles Kruse, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kruse of Glidden. 1 Miss Kummer. a graduate of the University of Northern Colorado, is an elementary physical education teacher in Northglenn, Colo. Mr. Kruse is a graduate of Iowa State University and served with the U.S. Army in Germany. He is a safety consultant with Employers Insurance of Wausau in Denver. Colo. An Aug. 14 wedding date has been set. Honor Sons At a Supper Mr. and Mrs. Ron Wessling entertained at a buffet supper in a bicentennial theme Sunday. The event honored their sons Todd, who received his first communion that morning at St. Lawrence Church, and Tim, who will be two years old Tuesday. Guests were the boys' grandparents, Mrs. Irene Heithoff and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Wessling of Carroll; also the Wayne Heithoff family of Storm Lake and the Fred Pudenz family of Denison. Miss Beck Complimented Mrs. Robert Woodhouse entertained about 24 guests at' a brunch and miscellaneous shower at her home Saturday honoring Susan Beck. The table was decorated with yellow and white daisies. Miss Beck's chosen colors and flowers. Miss Beck will become the bride of Donald Meiers in an April 24 ceremony at the First United Methodist Church. YtffflYDAZE THIS WEEK ONLY STAKE To The Softest Shoe in Town SO SOFT...SO LIGHT...YOU CAN FORGET YOU'RE WEARING SHOES THIS WEEK SPECIAL Reg. $12.00 ONLY $10 90 Bone, White, Green, Yellow and Light Blue ELLERBROEK'S SHOES Westgate Mall Carroll Pony Express Riders Raise $2,248 in Area (PICTURE: Page 1.) The Carroll Royal Blue Saddle Club and the Manning Easy Riders collected $2,248 during the Pony Express Ride across Carroll County Friday and Saturday for Camp Sunnyside, which is operated by the Easter Seal Society. This was the first year that local Saddle clubs worked the Pony Express in Carroll County. In other years, saddle clubs from surrounding counties came to the Carroll area, but the donations were not turned in for Carroll County. About 15 to 20 Royal Blue riders canvassed Carroll and other county communities while the Manning club took over the Manning area. The top 10 businesses donating were Darlene's Cocktail Lounge, Top Hat, H & A Cafe. Grimm's Place, Manning; Red Carpet, Western Inn, Arlene's, Manning; Gold Crest, and Lidderdale Tavern. Betty "B. J." Johnston, Darlene's Cocktail Lounge queen candidate, was chosen honorary queen of the Carroll County Pony Express. Miss Johnston was selected because Darlene's raised the most money, $516. The total raised in Iowa during the Pony Express Ride was $127,200. Officials said they hope to top last year's total of $128.000. Several counties have not yet turned in their money. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Robert Augustine and sons Mark and Paige of Milwaukee. Wis.. spent the holiday weekend here with his mother. Mrs. Leo Augustine, and also visited his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ausman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Dalton and son Dan left for their home at Ottumwa after spending the Easter weekend here with Mr Dalton's aunts. Mrs. Margaret Biller. Dorothy Dalton and Trudy Dalton. Mr. Dalton is athletic director for the Ottumwa elementary school system. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford McCarville are home after spending the winter at Brownsville. Tex. Mr. McCarville has flown back for .business several times during the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ross of Des Moines visited here Saturday with his mother. Mrs. Heck Ross, who recently moved to Westwood Knolls Apartments. LEAVING FOR HAWAII DEDHAM — Joni Seidl and Marcia Schultes are leaving April 20 with the Boone College Choir, to perform in the Hawaiian Bicentennial Festival of Music. The second year students at Des Moines Area Community College, Boone campus, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. John Seidl and Mrs. Rosalia Schultes, all of rural Dedham. After four days of competition and concerts in the Honolulu area, the 30-voice choir will visit historical and cultural sites in the same area for three days and fly back to Des Moines April 28. You Are Invited In -if4' titir I'acyt' Mf/tfcttnn n/ /«//*«.'/• t/tfat.t n 7/m/A///rv/ M, nf/ 7/tan/i "ijttt/ Vw/fi in //it? /afcsf ifyfa.t STONE'S now. 6th Carroll At Home ... Mr. and Mrs. Scott Antisdel, shown after their March 27 wedding at Holy Spirit Church, are living on Route 2, Glidden. The bride is the former Joyce C. Heithoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Heithoff of Carroll. Parents of the groom are Mr. arid Mrs. Max Antisdel, Glidden. Iowa Driver Tests Printed in Laotian By Iowa Daily Press Association DES MOINES — Iowa's driver license examinations are now printed in Laotian and soon will be available in Vietnamese. Allan Stokes, head of driver licensing for the state, said his department is making a special effort to assist the 2.600. or so. refugees from Indo-China in adapting to life in Iowa. He emphasized that the written te>ts are not any easier . '' We have not eliminated any of the questions from the regular English exams." Stokes noted tha.t the driver's license test has been available in Spanish for about four years. The tests were translated into Laotian about two months ago and the department is now in the process of translating the test into Vietnamese. Each of the 30 driver's license examination crews has about 10 copies of the test printed in Laotian. Stokes said. 80th Birthday Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. A.G. Schrad and Mrs. Earl Schrad and their families hosted an open house at Maple River.on Easter Sunday honoring Mrs. Anna Schrad of Maple River for her 80th birthday, which will occur April 23. The event was held in the St. Francis parish hall from 2 to 4 p.m. All of Mrs. Schrad's children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren were present except Jolene Schrad. a granddaughter living in California. About 150 guests attended from the surrounding communities. Receive First Communion Communicants from the St. Lawrence parish enrolled in the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine classes received their first Holy Communion at St. Lawrence Church, Sunday morning. The Rev. Dale Reiff celebrated the8:30a.m. mass. The Senior Volunteer Choir, under the direction of Cecilia Eltgroth provided the music. Communicants presenting the offertory gifts were Fred Baumhover, Amy Schieffer, Tom Chase and Roxanne Tigges. Children receiving their First Communion were: Daryl Boes, Mike Cale, Tina Haberl, Shelley Kokenge, Linda Middleton, Jeffry Puffett, Mary Reinart, Craig Rotert and Amy Schieffer. Jodi Stuhr, Tod Wessling, Jenifer Dostal, Fred Bai/mhover, Brenda Grote, LeAnn Broich, Beth Haley, Tom and Jill Chase, John Reinart, Rhonda Janning, Roxanne Tigges, Tracy Wernimont, and Cory Berning. Pat King, Bobbi Satterlee, Martin Miller, Doug Riesberg, Gary Schroer, Larry Middleton, and Mike Feltner. Personals Mrs. Janice Wachter of Iowa City came Friday for an Easter weekend visit with her mother. Mrs. J.H. Herweg. Union View on Farmland Strike Given Local 440 of Amalgamated Meat Cutters Union, the union which pulled more than 80 workers out on strike on Farmland Foods, Inc. of Carroll, holds a contrasting view of the company's salary offers. A strike was called early last Thursday with pickets being posted around the plant. Salary demands are the main issue in the dispute. Plant ^Manager Marion (Mike) Benton could not be located immediately for comment. In an- earlier story appearing in the Daily Times Herald, Benton stated the company's average hourly wage is $4.70 and the company's salary offer would raise it to $5.95. The union says the starting salary is $4.25 an hour, taking 60 days to earn $4.75. The union also .claims it would take two and one-half years to get the total wage increase. According to a union spokesman, the company's offer for the first year is a 25-cent increase now and 25 cents more by October 1. This raise amounts to a $60 a month increase, he added. The real problem, according to the union spokesman, is the cost of living. In the last 28-month contract period, workers received a $1 increase, but the cost of living has gone up about 90 cents, he said. v Farmland Foods workers in Iowa Falls, Crete, Neb., and Garden City, Kansas, all have cost of living increases in their contracts, the union representative said. "We feel that the people who work for Farmland Foods in Carroll are just as deserving of the cost of living as anyone else, "he added. While on strike, the workers are receiving $55 per week of union strike pay, the union said. Anti-Smoking Presentation Kiwanis Club members heard a presentation 'on the effects of cigarette smoking at the weekly meeting Monday morning. ,\ Mrs. Doris Snyder, of the ; •Carroll County Cancer! ^Society, gave a presentation' and showed a film pertaining to smoking. Mrs. Snyder emphasized other effects of smoking in addition to cancer could be emphysema, heart disease and high blood pressure. President Reese Abbe. Larry Clark and Marty Mattes will attend the district Kiwanis convention at Cedar Rapids in May. * * * * The Gift Women Enjoy - Cologne Cachet Tabu Ambush Chantilly Wind Song Emeraude Jovan Musk Eau de Love The Alley on Fifth BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC July Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Allen Loehr of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Joyce to Randy Knauss of Mankato, Minn., son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerald (Wesj Knauss, also of Carroll. A July 26 wedding is being planned. Truhes to Be Honored The children of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Truhe will host an open house for their parents at the Moose Lodge in Glidden Saturday, April 24, from 7 to 9 p.m., in observance of their 40th wedding anniversary. A dance will be held following the open house. All relatives and friends are invited. UCT POSTERS The prize winning posters from the Carroll United Commercial Travelers of America Safety Poster Contest for school children will be displayed in the Carroll JCPenney's store window through Saturday. The posters were made by students from the Carroll area. Republican Dinner Set for Apr. 27 The Carroll County Republican Central Committee will meet for a dinner at 7 p.m. Tuesday, April 27 at Tony's Restaurant. Dr. Michael J. 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