Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 20, 1976 · Page 4
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Girls Give Program at Guild Meet A dance demonstration, talks and displays by Girl Scouts and 4-H girls provided the program at the April meeting of Holy Spirit Women's Guild in the parish hall Monday night. A potluck supper preceded the meeting, which was conducted by Mrs. Joe Pick, president. Tables were decorated in keeping with Easter. The door prize was awarded to Play Cards At 5 Tables Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at five tables Monday afternoon at their East Sixth Street clubrooms. Winners were Mrs. Vincent Ricke, high; Mrs. Joe Gross, second; LeonardPietig. third; Herman Nieland, traveling; and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn. tally. T!m«t Herald, Carrel), la. Tuesday, April 20, 1976 Mrs. Scott Boulware. The meeting also featured a white elephant auction in the charge of Mrs. Robert Kraus and Mrs. William Feld, co-chairmen of the evening's committee. The Guild will meet next on May 17. BSP Unit Has Meeting Xi Gamma Pi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a short business meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Bernard Wells, whose co-hostess was Mrs. Kenneth Grouse. Mrs. Estherline Blum presided over the session. Eighteen members plan to attend the' Founder's Day banquet April 30 at Atlantic. Officers will be installed at the next meeting, May 3 at the home of Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr. spurgeons 5ew Up Savings! Hundred of Yards Summer Shirtings up logoff! 99< Regular yd. THIS WEEK ONLY See this colorful group of prints and solids—all 45" wide! Perma- press poly/cotton blends and silky rayon/cotton blends to sew into wonderfully soft and cool shirts, blouses, tops and dresses. Charge It or Use Our •iLJ ^ ree La y-Away at Spurgeons spurgeons Sew Up Savings! Yard? and Yard: of Doubleknils toff! 199 Regular $2.99 yd. THIS WEEK ONLY Choose from our entire selection of $2.99 solid color doubleknits! Ponte de roma, twills and more ... in the latest fashion colors. All are 60" wide. Hurry in and save! School and Inspection for Eastern Star The annual school of instruction for officers of Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star, was held here Monday. Conducting the afternoon session at the Masonic Temple was District 4 Instructor Mrs. C. King Batschelet of Guthrie Center. Carl ton Henning of Jefferson was guest worthy patron for the school, sharing the dais with Mrs. Robert McDonald, worthy matron. Visitors were present from Guthrie Center. Yale, Panora, Jefferson and Ogden. Courtesy candidates for the initiatory ritual were Mrs. John Grey and Mrs. Robert Weaklend. Mrs. McDonald and Leslie Duff, worthy patron of Evening Star Chapter, Jefferson, presided over the inspection meeting in the evening. Guest organist was Mrs. Roswell Jordan of Coon Rapids. Following the opening. Mrs. Batschelet was presented and introduced as were Mrs. Orrin Oliver of Coon Rapids, past grand marshal; Mrs. Wayne Hedges of Scranton. member of the Home board at Boone and past grand Martha; Mrs. Leonard Lamprecht and Mr. Oliver, worthy matron and patron of Faith Chapter, Coon Rapids: and Mr. Duff. Initiatory work was exemplified, with Mrs. A.N. Neu and Mrs. Jewel Tooley as courtesy candidates. In her address. Mrs. Batschelet spoke of the grand worthy matron's theme. "The Touch of Our Master's Hand." and BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Social Calendar] 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 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 called attention to the emphasis on the bicentennial. The coin march was for the benefit of ESTARL (Eastern Star Training Awards for Rel igious Leadership). Refreshments were served at the close of the evening in the dining room, where tables featured floral centerpieces made' by the committee chairman. Mrs. Robert Woodhouse. AJso on her committee were Mrs. Melvin Ohde. Mrs. Allen Anneberg and Mrs. James Gillett. The next meeting date is May3. E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike Sullivan Eight O'clock Club, Country Club . . N.B.C. Club. Mrs. Philip Renze Dinner for Gary Schroer Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroer hosted a dinner Sunday honoring their son Gary, a first communicant at St. Lawrence Church. Among the 18 guests were Gary's grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Schroer of Manilla. Others were from Harlan. Tarkio, Mo., Ida Grove, Hastings and Edgar, Neb., and Carroll. Gary's brother and sisters, David, Julie and Kathy, also were present. SPONSOR THEATRE Times Herald Newt Service MANNING — Manning Woman's Club met on Monday at the home of Jean Wiese. President Lorraine Kruse called the meeting to order and led in the Pledge of Allegiance. Roll call was answered by eighteen members. Lorraine Kruse reported on progress made for the Old Creamery Theater Co. production to be held in Manning on September 22nd, •'A Dandy" Yankee Doodley-Doo" at the Manning High School auditorium. Freda Dammann reported on the Co. Convention held here on March 23rd. Laura Martens asked for volunteers to help with eye testing at the kindergarten roundup on May 10th. Marge Detlefsen gave the Federation news. Carmen Tabota. Venezuela. AFS student, and Doris Ruge. Germany, spoke to the group about their homelands. Their American mothers were guests. Charge It or.Use Our Free Lay-Away at Spurgeons [ spurgeons This Week... Save on all oxford cloth rain-shedder pant coats Reg.$18.99-$22 Come early for your choice of the newest single and double breasted styles with belts, top stitching, button and buckle trims, pockets, cuffs and more! All are nylon lined and water repellent poly/cotton oxford in navy, ale, salt and powder blue, 10-18, 16 1 /2-24 1 /2. All other Spring coats and pant coats in leather-look vinyl, jacquard and texturized polyester, bonded oxford and poplin-savings-priced, too, this week only! IBP Director is Speaker at Rotary Club Marvin (Mike) Stock of Odebolt, one of the founders of Iowa Beef Processors, spoke at a meeting of the Carroll Rotary Club at Tony's Restaurant Monday night. During the business session. Dr. Lynn Curry announced a Rotary Ann night has been arranged for Monday. May 3 when an exchange team from Brazil will present the program. The team will arrive in Carroll Saturday and will be taken on a farm tour. The members will go to Jefferson early Monday and present a program to the Rotary Club there. Stock was introduced by Cecil Menke. . . • • Stock recalled the early days of IBP at Denison, including the time that he had to mortgage 80 acres of his own land so that the company could buy a boiler for the pork plant, later sold to Farmland Industries. ,-• Stock has been secretary, treasurer and vice president of the firm. He is now a director. He said his first love is cattle-buying, in which he has been engaged for many .years. The speaker said that in 15 years of operations, IBP has had only two years in which it has earned more than one per cent of gross sales. From gross sales of $1.800.000.000 last year, the corporation made a profit of $8.000,000 after taxes. , He said the company is going ahead with plans to start a new plant at Yuma. Ariz., mainly to reduce freight costs. Also under consideration is purchase of a pork operation in Nebraska. Stock said IBP kills 60 per cent of all the choice beef killed in the U.S.. as well as the same amount of choice hides. Although IBP has about 30.000 of its own cattle on feed. Stock said he is opposed to the company going into the feedlot business. Guests at the meeting were Ray Schaeuble. IBP buyer, and Mike Roberson. guest of Jerry Rolfes. Shower for Miss Irlmeije/r A miscellaneous shower held recently at the Marvin Halbur home near Manning honored Sharon Irlmeier of Carroll, who will marry Jim Daniel at Sacred Heart Church in Manning on May 15. Hostesses were Patsy Halbur. Shirley Vogl. Shirley Heithoff and Marlene and Joleen Irlmeier. Twelve guests attended. Prizes were awarded to Lois Williams and Donna Ricklef. Decorations featured the bride-to : be's rainbow colors of blue. pink, yellow and green. Eileen Vogl presided at the coffee service. 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"I don't see where this bill does either." "There is no fantastic thing that can be done to hold down malpractice insurance rates," said Sen. Lowell Junkins, D- Montrose, chairman'of the committee.. "It's an attempt to not just treat the symptom, but'treat the disease —'there is malpractice, 11 Junkins said. The full Senate is expected to debate the measure this week. A House committee recommended a similar bill several Open House For Rogers' Mr. and Mrs. Art B. Rogers of Carroll will be honored at an open house Sunday, April 25, at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll in celebration of their 50th wedding anniversary. All relatives and friends are invited to attend the event from 2 to 4 p.m. in the fellowship hall, to be hosted by the couple's children and Central Rebeckah Lodge No. 191. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Rogers were married at Jefferson Jan. 20. 1926. Their children are Richard of Grand Junction. Robert of Denison, Mrs. John (Sally) Clanton of Frisco, Tex., and Thomas of Carroll. Entertain for Future Bride Mrs. Jack Slaven and daughters hosted a bridal shower at the community hall at Portsmouth recently for Dian Goreham, who will marry Stan Slaven at Portsmouth on May 1. % AfiBdtl&ngtiests "attendea. * •Biingo was played for* entertainment.' Blue and white, the wedding colors, were used in decorating the hall and tables. The future bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Goreham of Carroll. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Enenbach of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. F.H. Enenbach were weekend visitors at the home of the men's mother. Mrs. Mary Enenbach: The two couples. Mrs. Enenbach. and Randy Diers, student at Iowa State University, were Easter dinner guests at the Cyrenus Diers home at Arcadia. ,U.M.W. MEETS Times Herald News Service MANNING - United Methodist Women met on April 9 with 27 members. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Glenn Rowedder. president. Mrs. Donald Jones gave a report on the recent UMW Women's Retreat held in Sioux City. Harriet Gross reported that 94 women registered from four churches for World Day of Prayer. Alice Moore. Christian Social Concerns Chairman, read an article on excessive government spending. The group decided to purchase four blankets for CROP. An Easter program was presented by Jan Myer and Ann Campbell. Lunch was served by the Elizabeth Circle. weeks ago, but the House has yet to act. One major difference between the two bills is limits on; court awards for pain and suffering. The House measure, provides a $100,000 limit. The Senate committee rejected both $250,000 and'$500,000 limits before voting the bill out of committee without a limit. The action was taken after Sen. Gene Glenn, D-Ottumwa, said setting limits could be unfair to certain victims and might also cause problems with other civil suits. The measure proposes to cut down the incidence of medical malpractice by giving more power to'state:licensing boards and make it easier for peer review boards — local groups of doctors, nurses and other medical personnel — to obtain inform a t i o n about medical wrongdoing. The licensing boards are given power to investigate alleged acts or omissions by medical personnel and to discipline the doctor or other practitioner. The measure would protect persons who complained about a doctor, including protecting the informant's job. The measure would allow doctors and hospitals to make agreements with their patients before malpractice occurred that the malpractice suit go directly to arbitration rather than to the courts'. Junkins said this can save money by cutting court costs even if awards remain about the same. Another provision of the bill has the judge review the attorney's fee in malpractice suits and allows the judge to lower the fee if he thinks the plaintiff has been overcharged. Dance at Country Club The Carroll Country Club will hold its annual spring dance Saturday, April 24. from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music will be provided by the Dave Temmel orchestra. The dance committee includes Mr. and Mrs. Patrick Lehman, Dr. and Mrs. William Blohm, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schephtman s Mr.,qnd| Mrs. Paul •CoillsqV'Mr. ahfi,i Mrs. Andy Carrothers. Mfc and Mrs. Robert Onken-and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Arts. Couple Sets Nuptial Date Jean Neary. daughter of Mrs. Ray Neary of Carroll and the late Mr. Neary. and Denny Reavis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Reavis of Shenandoah. have set June 12 as the date of their wedding. Vows will be spoken in a 1 p.m'. ceremony at St. Mary's Catholic Church. Shenandoah. Miss Neary will graduate in May from the 1 University of Iowa, where she is majoring in dental hygiene. Her fiance attends the College of Osteopathic Medicine and ; Surgery, BOND REPORT R.A. Wright. Carroll County, volunteer county savings bonds chairman, reported Tuesday that February sales of. Series E and H savings bonds in Carroll County were $76.043. This, gives the county a two-month total of $182.767 for 19 per cent of its 1976 quota. MOBILE PILLOW CLEANING SERVICE Thurs., April 22 at Arcadia Sponsored by American legion Auxiliary MEAT PROCESSING For Freezer or Locker • On The Farm Pickup (Or you can bring the animal in yourself) • Butchering • Cut-up To Your Specifications • Wrapped • Frozen BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Cloud Saturday AfUrnoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor • Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter

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