Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 23, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 23, 1976
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Calendar FRIDAY— Golden Circle SATURDAY— Round Table closing party Spring Dance, 9 p.m.. Country Club Golden Circle SUNDAY— CDA Mother-Daughter mass, 10 a.m., Holy Spirit Church; breakfast. Elks' Club MONDAY— Friends of Library dinner, 7 p.m..Elks'Club Rebekah Lodge Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Lester Wheatley W.B. Club, Mrs. Joe Dalhoff Double Four Club, Mrs. TlmM Htrald, Carroll, la. April 23, 1976 TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $40 on a G.L 30 INCH RANGE WITH TIMER AND GLASS window «•»,»» REGULAR'S 19, NOW ONLY 2/9 HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA Richard Hartzell Golden Circle TUESDAY- P.E.O., Mrs. William Goodwin Epsilon Sigma Alpha, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. Norman Winchester Newcomers Coffee, 9:30 a.m., court house B.L.B.F. Club tour B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Bruce Fuller E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson A.B. Club, Mrs. Paul Pascoe Pla-Mor, Tony's, Mrs. W. R. Macke H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Leo Berning Town and Country, Mrs. Louis Hannasch A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Merle Stevens J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Ed Schroeder F.N.W. Euchre, Mrs. Ed Hannasch 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger Couple Wed In Louisiana COON RAPIDS - David Letting and Lucille Burrows were married April 2 at Hopewell Baptist Church in Petkin, La. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Harold Letting of Coon Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Chester McDanial of Petkin. A reception was held in the church parlors for friends and relatives after the wedding. The couple also was honored at an April 21 reception at the Pin Oaks. Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Letting are making their home at Jefferson, where the groom is employed at the Farmers Co-op. Make us your headquarters for all your lawn needs! • Scotts-trained Specialists answer your lawn and garden questions. • FREE "personalized" programs to improve your lawn. • Complete line of Scotts products. O.K. dandelions, it's all over for you now! The Carroll congregate meal program's activities and menu for next week at the Masonic Temple, 527V4 N. Adams, are listed below. The meals will be served at noon Monday through Friday. On Wednesday, "Ads and More Ads." exchange a gift bingo will be held. The blood pressure clinic with Mrs. Leone Jensen, R.N., will be held Thursday. A sing-a-long is set for Friday. • 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 2p.m. and 4 p.m. Monday— Shepherd's Pie, mixed vegetables, bananas and apple bits, and white cake with blueberry topping. Tuesday: Roast beef, potatoes and gravy, broccoli, jello, and chocolate pudding. Wednesday: Chicken, potatoes and gravy, buttered green beans, coleslaw, and cookies. Thursday: Swiss steak, scalloped potatoes, carrots and cabbage, orange jello with pears, buns and apple crisp. Friday: Ham, sweet potatoes, brussel sprouts, apple sauce, and sherbet ice cream. 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 'citizens. For further information, or if transportation is needed, phone the Carroll Recreation Department at 792-1000. Monday: 10 a.m. — Crafts. 2.: 3 0 p.m. — Slide presentation, "Inching Toward Meters." Tuesday: 10. a.m. — Crosswords and Guggunheim. 2:30 p.m. Games and quizzes. 3:30 p.m. — Travel with Us. "Switzerland and Austria, the j^ Mountain Countries." Wednesday: 10 a.m. — * Crafts. 2 p.m. — "Green Plant 5 Care" with Joan Huegerich. 3 p.m. Movie — "Chimp" a Laurel and Hardy film. Thursday: 10 a.m. — Crosswords and Guggunheim. jfc 2:30 p.m. —Sing-a-long. « • Friday: 10 a.m. — Crafts. J 12:30 p.m. — Guest speaker, J ;Annica Cronsell, Swedish * ' foreign exchange student. j '• Charged in * School Break-in t • Times Herald News Service I • I • I > I • {: 1:1 J:, What better way to get rid of dandelions, the peskiest lawn weeds around, than with the newest and best weed-and-feed Scotts has ever made? This outstanding new product combines effective control of dan- 'deljons and a host of similar lawn spoilers, with a special high nutrient feeding. The kind of feeding that makes grass green up fast and stay that way for weeks and weeks. Available in convenient, easy-to-handle box that makes getting rid of lawn weeds a breeze. 5,000 sq. ft. Box 3 Boxes $24.95 $12.95 2 Boxes $35.95 * ORTHO 1 3-WAYROSE • • I > j: «> i > i • AUDUBON — Ricky Ray Reinitz, 19, of Exira, is being held in county jail here charged with breaking and entering. His arrest came Sunday night after Deputy Sheriff Duane Avey, on routine patrol, saw a broken window in Exira High School and noted a car parked behind the school. He then saw a man inside. Avey, summoned additional lawmen, and Reinitz was arrested. His bond, earlier set at $10.000, later was reduced to $5,000 in the magistrate division. Reinitz's father, Leroy. had died Sunday, and authorities permitted him to be taken to the funeral Tuesday in Exira and then returned to jail. Reinitz was charged in 1974 with a break-in at the Exira police station and later given a deferred sentence on that charge. He now is on probation for that offense. Newcomers Plan Bicentennial Show Fall Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Grover Weekley of Coon Rapids announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Judith Ann, and Douglas Bruce Leanna, both of Omaha. He is the son of Mrs. Phyllis Leanna of Shrewsbury, Mass.. and George Leanna Sr. of Worchester, Mass. The wedding will take place Sept. 25 -at St. Paul Methodist Church in Omaha. for __. MlSS A prenuptial party honoring Sharon Irlmeier was given by several of her friends Wednesday evening. After a social hour at Mrs. Emma Mayer's home, where personal shower, gifts were opened, supper was served at the Red Carpet. The group also included Marlene Irlmeier, Mrs. Arlene Hannasch. Mrs. Rose Schreck, Mrs. Helen Underberg, Mrs. Kathryn Dopheide, Mrs. Dorothy Reinart and Margaret Reinart. Miss Irlmeier and Jim Daniel will be married on May 15. Plans for a style show as a bicentennial event were made by Newcomers Club at its monthly meeting Thursday night at Tony's Restaurant. The evening of June 13 was set as a tentative date for the show, which will be similar to the one given for Newcomers and Pateo Clubs in March. Mrs. Mike Keating show chairman, and Mrs. Tom Wandel will be narrator. A tea will be served in conjunction with the style show, with Mrs. Lou Walsh as tea chairman. Tickets will be available in the near future from club members. The site will be announced later. In other business, new officers were elected. New president is Mrs. William Carr. Mrs. Bert Sewell is vice president; Karen Hunzelman, secretary; Mrs. Kenneth Burkett, treasurer; and Mrs. Michael Greteman, representative. After the third reading, members adopted Article 4, Section 2 of the club bylaws relative to duties of the club representative. Tables for the dinner were decorated in an April Fool's theme with Christmas, Thanksgiving and Easter articles and a variety of card tallies. Mrs. Kenneth Ames, Mrs. Sewell and Mrs. Gerald Bryan comprised the committee. Mrs. Opal Kline received the door prize. Three-year membership charms were presented to Mrs. Wandel, Mrs. Gretemarj and Mrs. Kline. Members were reminded of the coffee at the court house at 9:30 a.m. next Tuesday. First-time guests at the meeting included Mrs. Delbert Anderson, Mrs. John Bata, Theresa Durkin, Mrs. Lesley Sieve and Lou Tones. Mrs. Loren Johnson, Mrs. Dennis Knutson and Mrs. Mark Johnson were GOP Sets Fund-Raiser AUDUBON — The Audubon County Republican party will hold a fund-raising dinner Monday evening at the Greenbrier. The event has a Manning Over on Blood Quota MANNING — Eighty-eight persons volunteered to give blood Thursday to the Red Cross Blood Bank here. Manning's quota was 75, Chairman Leland Foote, Manning, said. ".We had eight medical rejects, so we received a total of 80 pints during the Bloodmobile stop," he said. There was a total of 16 first-time donors. Eleven of these were students ages 17- and 18-years-old, he said. "The students did a tremendous job," he added. v The Red Cross Blood Bank visit is sponsored by the Manning Rotary Club. The local nurses and the Manning American Legion Auxiliary also aided in the activities. NURSES MEETING The Iowa District 13 Nurses Association will have a dinner meeting at the Redwood Inn, Jefferson, at 7 p.m. Monday. Kay Meyers, director of continuing education for the Iowa Nurses Association will speak. All interested area registered nurses shcruld make dinner reservations with Mrs. Bernard (Sue) Feilmeier at 792-4218 after 5 p.m. «« < « :!• and Flower Care • 8-12-4 fertilizer feeds roses, flowers, shrubs. • Systemic insecticide kills certain sucking insects. • Pre-emergence herbicide holds back weeds, unwanted grasses. Ibs. Ibs. Carroll L GARDEN j> CENTER 1 SPRING HOURS Mon.-Thurs. 1:00-1:00 Frl. t:00-*:00 Sat. 1:00-5:00 BE TERSE FOR 35< A one-minute call to anyplace in the Continental United States except Alaska is just 35<P or less, plus tax. Just dial without operator assistance after 5 p.m. and weekends. ORTALKATIVE FOR $2.57 But if that call should stretch to 10 minutes, it's stijl a bargain. Just $2.57 or less, plus ta.x.- Either way, a little money .goes a long way on the telephone. Northwestern Bell bicentennial theme. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. sirloin steak dinner are $17.76 for the first and a second one for the spouse two dollars (200 cents). Speakers will include Senator John Murray of Ames, and State Fair Secretary Ken Fulk of Clarinda. the two candidates for the Republican nomination for congress. Also present will be Bill Ferguson of Glidden, GOP candidate for state senator; all local candidates, and the three men seeking the party's nomination for state representative in the 56th district. They are Jim Anderson of Brayton. Tom Cornelius of Bagl'ey; and Lee Wallin of Guthrie Center. Tickets are available at Monahan Loan Service in Audubon, Exchange State Bank in Exira. and from all precinct committee members. BABY BAPTIZED ARCADIA — Dan Mark Sander, son of Mr. and Mrs. Allan Sander of Arcadia, was baptized at 7 p.m. April 22 in St. Francis Church, Maple River, by the Rev. Cleo Seuntjens. Sponsors were Mark Tigges and Mrs. Dennis Sander. Lunch was served afterward at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sander, Brenda and Dan. Dan was born April 17 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll. His grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Tony Sander, Arcadia, and Mr. and Mrs. Walt Tigges, Willey; and great- grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alphonse Tigges of Carroll. FURNITURE CENTER • Quality Furniture " • Wide Selection • • Lower Prices • Free Delivery OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. PRENGER FURNITURE West Hwy. 30, Carroll second-time guests. Attending for the third time and becoming members were Mrs. Dalton Mason and Mrs. Mike Schultz. Cards were played after adjournment. The club's next meeting will be at Tony's on May 20, when the table committee will include Mrs. Joseph Uhlenkamp, Mrs. Wendell Stoner, Mrs. Kenneth Walker and Mrs. Anderson. Bicentennial Chief Lauds * the Museum (PICTURE: Page 1.) Phaene G. Hibbs, field representative of the Iowa American Revolution Bicentennial Commission, told the Carroll County Historical society Thursday night, "the old library, as a museum, will be a landmark that will live on through the next several generations." He expressed pleasure with Carroll County bicentennial plans, and with the lARBC's part in helping start the county museum. , County IARBC Chairman, Paul De Shaw traced the history of Carroll County from the Louisiana Purchase to the present. He explained the origin of each town's name in the county and discussed the "ghost" towns. Copies of -old maps of the county were displayed, with the sites of the ghost towns pointed out. De Shaw-stressed that no history of Carroll County has been published since Paul McClean's "Carroll County History" in 1912. "Now is the time to start getting this history together and writing it down for future generations," he said. Many persons attending the meeting ordere.d reprints of McClean's two-volume county history book. The books are available to the public for $20. Orders may be sent to Mrs. Gary Hackett, Route 2, Box 163, Carroll. James Prentice presented the society with a plate of the Carroll County Courthouse No. 300. He reported the plates are nearly sold out and briefly described the history of the plates. Officers for the coming year •are: President Mrs. Virgil Baumhover. vice president Rose Marie Schweers, secretary Mrs. Gary Hackett, and treasurer Bob McDonald. The Board of Directors includes Mrs. A.M. Liechti, Ron DeLance, Leonard Bromert, Emmett Lahr, Mrs! William Frank, Mrs. Art Pottebaum, Mr. Russell White, Mrs. Anna Harrington, Louise Flourencourt, Odella McGowan, Allen Schroeder of, Carroll; Dr. and Mrs. E. L. Henning, David Nieland, Breda: Bill Ferguson, Mrs. Frank* West, Mrs. Dean Meyers.-Glidden; Mrs. Harold Trecker. Halbur. The Carroll Community and Kuemper High school shop classes have made signs for the society museum. The signs will be posted in the near future. Bicentennial buttons featuring a picture of Charles Carroll. ofj.Carrollton, were shown and later sold. Carroll.-: for whom the county and city were named, was a signer of the Declaration of Independence. Plans for the moving of the historicaMtems to the, museum were discussed during the business meeting. Preliminary cleaning has been completed. . The historical society will have a "painting party" on Thursday at 7 p.m. in the future museum, 125 E. Sixth St. The city of Carroll is paying for the exterior, building work. The society is furnishing the capital for the material and labor for'the interior remodelling. • Bride-elect ... Mr. and Mrs. Ed Vogl of Arcadia announce the engagement of their daughter Beverly and Loren Vonnahme, son of Mrs. Wilbert Vonnahme, also of Arcadia. The couple has set July 23 as the date for their wedding, at St. John's Church, Arcadia. Plan Picnic for St. Ann Parishioners VAIL — Members of St. Ann's Altar Society, meeting here Thursday night, discussed plans for a parish picnic to be held on Ascension Thursday, replacing the regular May potluck. Mrs. Wayne Andersen, president, conducted the meeting. Also discussed was the need for dishes for the school lunch program. Entertainment featured an Extension film on landscaping. Marion Fitzsimmons won the door prize. St. Joseph Circle (IV) was in charge of the program and refreshments. UCT Uijits Hold Meetings Members of Carroll United Commercial travelers No. 543 and Auxiliary No. 3 met Thursday night. Senior Counselor Kenneth Bromert annqunced the committee .appointments for the year. \ The annual family picnic will be at Graham Park on July 4. A membership stag steak fry party will be at the South Side Park on Thursday. Members should make reservations with the officers. Senior Counselor Mrs. Don Harmon made the committee appointments at the auxiliary meeting. The annual reports were read. The installation of officers was held. The degree for Past Counselor was conferred upon Mrs. Edna White for six years service, and to Mrs. Kenneth Bromert, for four .years service. 'Mfs. Richard Boes was received into the auxiliary as a new member. A joint social hour followed the meetings. Members of the luncfieon committee were Mrs. Lawrence Boyce. Mrs. Walter Hoffman, Mrs. Ray Middendorf, Mrs. Ralph Hoffmann and Mrs. John Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boyce each received a door prize. RECORDSALES NEWTON, Iowa (AP) The Maytag Co. has recorded record first-quarter sales and earnings, President Daniel . Krumm said Thursday. Card Club Parties Held on Thursday NEW DEAL Club members met for bridge Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Clarence ; Loneman's home. Winning score prizes were Mrs. Matt Hugeback, Mrs. Louis Schoofs, Mrs. Fred Ortner and Mrs. Louis Hannasch. The club will meet next with Mrs. Joseph Wittry, May 6. For their closing party of the season, members of EIGHT O'CLOCK Club were guests of Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. Josef Martin for a cocktail hour at Mrs. Connors' home Thursday evening before going to the Country Club for a no-hostess dinner and bridge. Mrs. Harold Traner, Mrs. Connors and Mrs. W. H. Carpenter received score prizes: The club will recess until September. . The N.B.C. CLUB was entertained Thursday night at the~home of Mrs. Philip Renze, with Mrs.- Cecil Menke as an additional guest. Mrs. Cyril Schulte won first prize for bridge; the hostess, ' second; and Mrs.'JoeTegels, third. Mrs. Tegels will be the next hostess, May 6. Mrs. Robert Overmohle was a Thursday evening hostess, entertaining the 8 C'S CLUB at her home. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gerald Baumhoyer, high; Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp, second; and Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, low. On May 26 the club will meet at Mrs. Bill Becker's home. Mrs. William Siepker entertained TRIPLE C Club members and another guest, Mrs. Maurice Potthoff, at her home Thursday. The evening was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. William L. Hammen winning high score prize; Mrs. Larry Kurd, second; and Mrs. Donald Schechinger, low. Meeting for bridge at Mrs. Mike.J. Sullivan's, home Thursday evening were members of the E.B.C. CLUB and another guest, Mrs. Linus Goblirsch. High score prize • went to Mrs. Gene Grethen; second, Mrs. Joe Dalhoff; and low, Mrs. Ray Riesberg. Mrs. Dalhoff will entertain next. May 20. 'Friends', of the'late Helen ^ Jeffrey have established a memorial fund at the Carroll Public Library, it was announced Friday by Library Director Gordons. Wade.'The money will be used to purchase new books. Anyone interested in contribuing, to the fund may do so by sending donations to The Helen Jeffrey Memorial Fund, Carroll Public Library, 118 East Fifth Street, Carroll, Iowa 51401. TO INCREASE DIVIDEND NEWTON, Iowa (AP) —The Vernon Co. will increase its quarterly dividend to 11 cents a share effective with its payment on.June 1, the company's board of directors said Thursday. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC FRIDLEY 1 LUXURY Jhcatrej CARROLL IOWA • 792-9096 Now Thru Wed. APRIL 28 Eves..A»7:15 & 9:15 P.M. Sun. 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