Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 22, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 22, 1976
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Program Announced for CHS Swing Show Time« Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 22, 1976 Program for the Carroll Community High School •"Tiger Tales of 1976" Swing Show was announced Thursday by Roger Hansen, coordinator. The musical variety show will be presented in the high Easter Seal Gifts to Date Total $2,216 Residents of Carroll County who haven't yet mailed their 1976 gifts to Easter Seals are urged to do it just as soon as possible. Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr., coun.ty chairman for the Easter Seal Society, said that $2,216.75 has been received to date. Envelopes containing fund appeal letters and gifts of the green-and-white 1976 Easter Seals were mailed early in March to county residents. Funds received in response to the campaign appeal support-Easter Seal services to the physically handicapped in Carroll County and the summer camping program at Camp Sunnyside. "In 1976, more than ever before, Easter Seals needs your help," Mrs. Maystadt said. "Handicapped and •disabled lowans — parents of handicapped young children, teenage a'ccident victims, and especially senior citizens — are turning to Easter Seals in greater numbers every year for the services they need, and rapidly mounting costs for equipment and therapy have created an urgent need for additional Easter Seal funds to meet their requests." County residents may send their gift checks to Easter Seals, Post Office Box 34 in Carroll. 51401. Individuals who volunteered to help include: Xi Gamme Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. The Carroll County Easter Seal Society is a chapter of the Easter Seal Society for Crippled Children and Adults of Iowa, Inc., headquartered at Camp Sunnyside near Des Moines. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC school auditorium at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday. It involves several school departments and students in the ninth through twelfth grades. Other directors are: John Erickson, instrumental director; Mrs. Don Severin, pianist; Mrs. Gloria Watson, choreographer; Mary Lewman, art department; Mrs. Gene Vincent and Mitzi Buckley, costumes, and James Knott, drama department. The musical numbers and performers are: Mixed Chorus, Nothing Can Slop Me Now; Chlm Chlm Cher-ee — Rosalind Fair, Kelly Gordln, Valerie Johnson, and Sheila Witt; ZIp-a-Dee Doo-Dah. Girls' Chorus, Around the World; and Be Kind to Your Parents. Boys' Chorus, Those Magnificent Men and Their Flying Machines. Dance, The Teddy Bears Picnic — Karen Boell, Cindy Franz, Jeanne Hulsebus, and RoseAnn Schaefer. Solo, Somewhere Over the Rainbow — Julie league; Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead — Swing Choir II and Julie Teague, Brad Hoffman, Tammle Elssens and Rod Schonberger. Boys' Group, Gloria — Cliff Stroh, Tim Gaffney, Eric Nlceswanger, Mike Petersen, Jim Sides, Dave Sunderman and Norman Avey. Dance, Ballet Parlslen — Deena Hamer, Becky Bllncow, Beverly Fuller, Lynette Hansen, Susan Jones, Mlchele White and Lori Wllkens. Boys' Group, Thank Heaven for Little Girls — Swing Choir I and Jennifer Baumhover, Stacy Foley, Taml Odell, Holly Rarldon, Missy Slkkema and Angle Workman. Swing Choir II, Up, Up and Away. Girls' Group, Be a Clown — Janet Conrad, Tammle Elssens, Lynette Hansen, Rita Harmenlng, Sue Millender, Susan Skinner, Julie Teague and Virginia Watson. Solo, On the Good Ship Lolly-Pop — Susan Jones. Stage Band, Cookln'; That Warm Feeling; and Santa Anna. Intermission. Mixed Chorus, Let's Get Together; Some Day My Prince Will Come — Rita Harmenlng; Medley-Helgh-Ho and Whistle While You Work — (Friday night) Sheryl Hoffman, Elizabeth Jones, Annie Mankln, Deanna Patton, Twyla Ruchtl, (Saturday night) Tonl Gilbert, Becky Heln, Jennl Larson, Laurie Teague, Darcy Tigges, Barb Towers, and Molly Whaley. Girls' Chorus, Medley — Yankee Doodle Dandy, Stars and Stripes Forever; and You're a Grand Old Flag — Marcy Daniel, Becky Heln, Darcy Tigges, Barb Trultt, and Deanna Patton. Duet, It's a Sin to Tell a Lie — Virginia Watson and Tim Gaffney. Boys' Chorus, Workin' In the Car Wash Blues. Dance, Put Your Arms Around Me Honey — Stewart Grundmeler, Joyce Pudenz, Carl Williams, and Brenda Wuertz. Swing Choir I, American Folk Trilogy. Dance, By the Beautiful Sea — Sherry Andersen, Becky McDonald, Lisa Petersen and Steve Dalker. Swing Choir I, Makln' Music — Dave,4Sunderman, Cliff Stroh and j.Lynette Hans'en; Yesterday Once "'More; and Life Is a Song Worth singing. Swing Choirs, Walking Happy. Solo Dance, Bye, Bye Blues — Virginia Watson. Mixed Chorus, This Land is Your Land; Gone With the Wind; Everybody Needs a Rainbow; and America the Beautiful — Virginia Watson. Future Bride ... Mr. and Mrs. Dean E. Myers of Bakers Point. Spirit Lake, announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara to Al Schrad of Carroll, son of Ivan Schrad of Arcadia. A late summer wedding is being planned. Lawlers Spent Weekend In David City Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Dick Lawler spent the weekend in the Don Dollison and David Montag homes at David City, Nebraska. Enroute home they were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Karsten and family at Gretna, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Bahr, Mrs. Rosetts Mauer and Mrs. Clara Meyer and Katherine were Saturday night guests in the Virgil Mauer home at Cedar Falls. They went especially to attend Confirmation services for Steven Mauer on Sunday. 4-H Health Clinic Here on April 27 A girls' 4-H health clinic will be held Tuesday, April 27, starting at 7:30 p.m., at the Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing here. The girls are asked to start arriving at 6:30. They will go through the door of the St. Anthony's Hospital, directly east of the lobby. Do not go through the lobby of the hospital, they are asked. Participants should bring health forms, urine specimens and a check for $2.50 made payable to County Extension Trust Fund. There will be extra health forms for girls who have lost the original. Clubs Met Wednesday For Games Mrs. Daniel Wurzer entertained DEALERS 9 Club at her home Wednesday evening. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. Eugene Havermann, high; Mrs. Virgil Tigges, second; and Mrs. John Broich Jr., low. Mrs. Broich will have the next party. May 11. Dr. and Mrs. Josef Martin finished in first place at the bi-weekly meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club Wednesday night at the IPS community room. Second place went to the Chuck Harmons of Churdan and third, to the Lambert Thelens. The group will play next at 8 p.m.. May 5. Six tables of euchre were,in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly gathering at the clubrdoms. For the women. Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden won high prize while Mrs.-Leo Augustine and Mrs. John Vanderheiden tied for second. Lawrence Hesslingh and Vincent Ricke tied for men's high. Tally prizes went to Mrs. Eleanor Heman and Mrs. Frank Wegner. \ | Calendar [ To Marry . . . Kathleen Anne McWilliams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard McWilliams of Grand Rapids. Mich., will become the bride of Sgt. Thomas John Wachter. formerly of Carroll, in a July 24 ceremony at Grand Rapids. He is the son of Mrs. Janice Wachter of Iowa City, and grandson of Mrs. J: H. Herweg of Carrojl. Miss McWilliams is employed by the State of Michigan License Division and Sgt. Wachter is stationed at the Marine Corps Reserve Center. Grand Rapids. Get into something exciting with . - / Win every fashion footrace in The Cane . . . •"',' _/ lovely leather topping on a bamboo like wedge. Tne cloud-soft crepe sole adds comfort-plus. In style-right colors: Turquoise, Yellow, Rust and White ^ _ $ 26°° Ellerbroelc's Shoes Carroll TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $50.00 REFRIGERATOR FREEZER 14 Ft. REGULAR NOW ONLY ML COLORS *379 *329 WT HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL. IOWA 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'CIock Club, Country Club N.B.C. Club. Mrs. Philip Renze FRIDAY— ' Golden Circle SATURDAY— Round Table closing party Spring Dance, 9 p.m., Country Club i GoldenCircle SUNDAY— CDA Mother-Daughter mass, 10 a.m., Holy Spirit Church; breakfast, Elks' Club 2ND AWARD' Air Force Major James C. Kasperbauer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John S. Kasperbauer of Rt. 2. Manning, has received his second award of the Meritorious Service Medal at Andrews AFB, Md. HOSPITALIZED Mrs. Leon H. Jones of Maple River is a patient in Room 160, St. Joseph's Hospital, Omaha, Neb. Works Shown . . . Mindy Ramsey, watercolor painter, is shown at exhibit of Watercolors < Exhibited by Mrs. Ramsey AUDUBON — An exhibition of 22 watercolors by Mindy Ramsey of Iowa City was the focal point of an Easter open house at Greentree, in Audubon, Sunday, April 18. Ms. Ramsey; originally from Waterloo, is the wife of John Ramsey, son of Dr. and Mrs. James Ramsey of Audubon. Ramsey is in his first year of residency in opthamology at the University of Iowa. The couple has a three year old son. Matt. Ms. Ramsey is a University of Iowa graduate and took -. private studies in watercolor from Harold D. Olson, well-known water color painter, at the Salt Lake Art Center in Salt Lake City, Utah. "I like watercolor because you have to put it down right ' the first time." said Ms. Ramsey. "You can build on that, but you can't take it.. away without making mud." She added, "I like doing landscapes because I like to be outdoors. It makes me more 5 aware of the things around H? ' me. the ftvay leaves are- formed, the shapes of rocks. I do a detailed pencil sketch on the scene with notes on color values and ideas for composition. Most of the paintings are then done indoors, working from these outdoor sketches." A large crowd attended the Sunday afternoon open house, including 1 a number of out-of-state visitors for the her works held in Audubon. 50th Anniversary ... Mr. and Mrs. Al Kerkhoff of Templeton will observe their 50th wedding anniversary Friday, April 30. with a 5 pirn, mass at Sacred Heart Church. Templeton.. Open house for relatives and friends will be held at 8 p.m. at the Carroll Elks' Lodge. The couple requests no gifts. - , holiday. A selection of Ms. Ramsey's watercolors remains orf^difeblay' at l Gre"erp- s •* 'FRIDLEY 1 LUXURY Jlitalie, CARROLL IOWA * 792-9096 Now Thru Wed. APRIL 28 Eves. At 7:15 & 9:15 P.M. Sun. Cont.'l:15 Thru 9:15 = BRING THE FAMILY A true account of one o{ ..= j|tric most incredible journcys=| ;=? in American rustory. ,- ^ A THUE STOUT S \n = -Seven Alone! 3 Days THURS., FRI., SAT. APRIL 22 Thru 24th Eves. Cont. From 7:00 P.M. f CORRBALL COMEDY 1 =• Double Feature! —. [MA & PA KETTLE PLUS CO-HIT)!! Support Your. Local Sheriff ' ' 4 Days Sun. Thru Wed, APRIL 25-28 EVES. 7 & 9 Sun; Al 2:00, 7 & 9 P.M. It's a comedy full of love. ELLIOTT GOULD DIANE KEATON I Will, I Will ...ForNoiv ft loox't Moil Cllmatoui Twin Thutftt ~\' 7 Days STARTS THURS. APRIL 22 Thru: 28th Eves. At 7:00 ft 9:10 Sun. At 2:30, 4:45 7:00 & 9:10 * % IT'S BACK S- BY YOUR DEMANDI ' •= thr N.,lion-,No I T = lleit-lTllingHaok ' PG JAWS >& WVtd Theatre JEF1TRSON * 38&3176 3 Days THURS., FRI. SAT: 'APRIL 22 Thru 24 ; Eves. At 7:00 A 9:00 P.M.. i "MA & PA KETTLE. 1 f INWAIKIKI" B in iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniir* 4 Days SUN. Thru WED. APRIL 25 Thru 28 Eves. At 7:00 « 9:00 P.M. ELLIOTT GOULD 'JENNIFER O'NEILL) j= The Army's g prize humai S£ guinea pigs = turn on = the gas! Soil Survey Progressing Soil mapping in Carroll County is progressing rapidly because of excellent weather. Jasper township is nearing completion and the mapping will now be concentrated in Grant township and later in Roselle township, according to Max Sherwood, soil scientist.' Each farmer living on the land will receive a card before the soil scientist goes on the farm. Each farm and each section will be surveyed by the soil scientists to determine the kinds of soil, slope of land, degree of erosion, drainage pattern, internal drainage and kind of underlying material. The cards give the approximate date the mapping will begin in the area. If the farmer wishes to be contacted before the soil scientist goes on his land, he should contact either the Soil Conservation Service or the Extension Service Office in Carroll. Youth March to Raise Cash for New Hope A youth march to help raise funds for New Hope Village is being planned for the afternoon of May 2. The walk, which covers a three-mile nature trail around Swan Lake, will begin at 2 p.m. Walkers are asked to -. meet at the East Shelter House by 2 p.m. and should make arrangements to be picked up by 7 p.m. at either the East or North Shelter House. . Gary Rutten will perform in one shelter house and a disc ' jockey will play records in the other shelter houseST-shirts, with "New Hope Village" printed on them, will be given ' to the top 90 money earners. Although the three-mile nature trail is hazard-free, liability insurance will be taken out on the walkers and nurses will be present to supervise. The goal of this project is to involve 1,500 walkers and to raise $15,000. There are no age restrictions on the walkers. Anyone interested in more information on the youth march should contact Marc Moen or Monica Balk at the New Hope Village office, 621 North West Street, Carroll, Phone (712) 792-2993. BAPTIZED Kristi Jill Dostal. daughter of Mr.'and Mrs. John Dostal of Carroll, was baptized Easter 'Sunday in St. Lawrence Church by the Rev. Patrick Walsh. Sponsors were Karen and Jeffrey Dostal. Jennifer Dostal receive'd her first communion during the 8:30 a.m. mass the same day. TO KEYNOTE PARLEY DES MOINES, Iowa (API- James S. Thomas, bishop of the Iowa Area of the United Methodist Church, will give the keynote address at the United Methodist Church General Conference in Portland. Ore.. Tuesday. by . DARWIN PETERSEN I've mentioned before the Construction and initial operation of George Neal Station Unit No. 3, located south of Sioux City. A public op'en house has been scheduled at this $116 million, 520,000-kilowatt generating facility the weekend of May 8-9. We would like you to stop by if you can. The 24-story unit covers an area equivalent to three and one- half football fields and is quite impressive to see and walk through- Guided tours will continue from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Saturday (May 8) and from noon to 7:00 p.m. on Supday (May 9)..There'll be refreshments, door prizes and special displays, too. As we plan the .dedication of Neal 3, construction continues just two miles away on the 576,000-kilowatt Neal 4 generating unit. The work force at Neal 4 is steadily growing and by this summer should be more than 800 men. IPS and the twelve other power systems participating in Neal 4 have set 1979 as the. target date for completion. Our standard of living today depends heavily on electric energy and we're going to need more and more v of it as our young people '\grow up. go to work^nd raise families of their own. While it's comforting to know that JPS and other power systems are building now to meet those future needs, it's also important to know that the cost of energy must become a bigger part of all our family budgets. By the way, this is a good time to have your dealer check your air conditioner. A' few dollars spent now might save more later. , If you're haying problems . with thievery or vandalism, lighting may be the solution. Let me know ... I'll be glad to help. •''.-. • •*•-*.**•*.**' . • . Each spring, and summer,' storms pose a threat to our lines.-If they cause damage, we do our best to restore service as quickly as possible ;'•. . but our concern goes beyond that. For the safety of you and your family, please remember — if you approach a broken power line, always assume that it's live, stay clear of it, and notify your power company. If a power line falls across your car during a storm, you will be insulated from electric shock as long as you remain in the car. If your car can still move, move slowly, check for possible entanglements . . . then gently steer so the wire falls free. If 'your car won't move ... stay- put N and wait for professional help to arrive. . *«*,**»« Praise is something a person tells you about yourself that you suspected all along. ,

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