Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 27, 1976 · Page 4
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Clubs Met Monday for Card Games The W.B. CLUB met for its closing party at the home of Mrs. Joe Dalhoff. with Mrs. Howard Drees as an additional guest for the evening of bridge. Mrs. William L. Hammen. Mrs. Duane Riesberg and Mrs. Jeanine Daniel received score prizes. Mrs. Daniel will be hostess when bridge is resumed Sept. 27. Mrs. Richard Hartzell entertained DOUBLE FOUR Club at her home Monday evening. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. David McHugh. high; Mrs. A.G. Schrad. second; and Mrs. Donald Danner. traveling. Plans were made for a closing dinner party May 10. GOLDEN CIRCLE Club members played pinochle at six tables Monday night at their clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen won high prize: Mrs. Esther Luchtel, second: and New Posts for Ferlic Relatives Florence Finnecum. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic. has been elected president of the directors of the School of Social Association of Minneapolis. Minn. She is also an associate professor in the post-graduate division of the Social Science Department at the University of Minnesota. Mary Ferlic. wife of Dr. Frederick Ferlic. was recently made director of social science in family counselling in the cancer division at the University Hospital at the University of Minnesota. Tlmet Herald, Carroll, la. Tuetday, April 27, 1976 Mrs. Ella Dammann. third. Vincent Ricke and Anton received high and second for men. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Frank Goetzinger and tally, to Mrs. Mary Vanderheiden and Mrs. Herman Nieland. Offut Home To be Open During May OMAHA. Neb. — The historic Offut home, one of Omaha's old mansions, will be open to the public May 1-23 as "Showhouse "76" by the Omaha Symphony Guild in cooperation with the Nebraska-Iowa chapter of A.S.I.D. "Showhouse '76" will demonstrate "how a fine old home can be revitalized to fit today's needs and remain a part of our heritage." according to Mrs. Donald Stroy of Council Bluffs. Iowa ticket chairman. A series of mini-lectures on different subjects will be given at the house each day. with the exception of Mondays, which is for group tours only. The mansion, built in 1897. is located at 39th and Davenport, one block north of Dodge. Mrs. David Collison of Carroll may be contacted for further information about tickets and program topics. REBEKAHS MEET Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 held a routine meeting Monday night at the IOOF hall. Mrs. Earl Miller, noble grand, presided at the session after which Mrs. Harry Kunecke served lunch. The next meeting is set for May 10. with Mrs. Miller as lunch hostess. JCPenney FtOWN F*OM HAWAII VAN DA ORCHIDS To The First 100 LADIES April 29, 30, May 1 In Competition . . . Roxanne Ferden. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ferden of Carroll, will be competing in the National Office Education Association Conference to be held May 1-4 in Topeka, Kan. She recently placed first in the Parliamentary Procedures Team contest and Chapter of the Year, and received honorable mention in the Word-Processing Administrative Secretary contest at the state OEA conference in Des Moines. Over 430 men and women competed on the state level. Miss Ferden is enrolled in the Executive Secretary program at the Des Moines area Community College. Fire School is Discussed The forthcoming fire school in Denison was the main topic discussed at the West Central Iowa Fire Fighters and Rescue Association meeting in Manning Monday night. The 95 firemen from 21 area towns discussed the fire school, scheduled to begin at 9 a.m. May 2. The agenda .includes a house burning, smoked filled room exercises, gas mask drills, etc. The day will end with a water fight. The winners of the water fight will represent the area at the Iowa State Fair, Des Moines, in August. Guest speaker for the evening was Gary Mills, of the fire extension service in Ames. Another guest was State Rep. W.C. Hutchins, D-Guthrie Center. The members viewed a film on anhydrous ammonia. The next meeting will be September 27 at Charter Oak. DKG Slate Is Installed At Scranton Officers for the next two years were installed at a meeting of Alpha Delta chapter. Delta Kappa Gamma society for teachers Saturday. Mrs. Beth Clark of Denison is the new president. Hostesses at the LaVerne Fielding residence at Scranton were Mrs. Fielding and Mrs. Robert Oxenford. Mrs. Lewis Gruhn of Denison was installing officer. Also installed were Mrs. David Farrell of Carroll, first vice president: Mrs. Clifford Loeschen of Glidden. second vice president; Viola Karsten of Manning, secretary: Mrs. M. V. Mullen of Denison. treasurer; and Mrs. Fielding, parliamentarian. Announcements were made concerning the state convention in Sioux City May 1-2. In other business, the chapter voted a donation to New Hope Village. The program was "Show and Tell" of countries members have visited. Attending from Carroll besides Mrs. Farrell was Mrs. Colette Bock. Dow House Opening Set For May 2 DOW CITY — After nearly 6'/a years of work by many volunteers, the historic Dow House at Dow City will open its doors to the public Sunday. May 2. The bicentennial flag raising ceremony and dedication program will begin at 1:30 p.m. The public is invited. Official guests will include Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Arthur A. Neu, U.S. Representative and Mrs. Berkley Bedell. Mrs. Clayton Mossman of Cedar Rapids (great-granddaughter of Simeon Dow), ten state legislators. Murry Goodman, executive director of the Iowa American Revolutionary Bicentennial Commission, and Loren Horton of the Iowa State Historical Society as well as numerous other dignitaries. Master of ceremonies will be Adrian Anderson, director of the department of preservation for the Iowa Historical Society. v After May 2 the National Historic Site home will be opened officially to the public for tours from 1-5 p.m. Tuesdays through Fridays. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturdays and 1 to 5 p.m. Sundays and holidays until Nov. 1. Admission will be free on opening day but thereafter fees, will be 50 cents for adults and 25 cents for children 14 and under. ARE YOU GETTING THE REAL NEWS IN TOWN? Russ, Paul, Rick, Connie and Pete anchor the nightly TV 8 News at 6 & 10 P.M. bringing you the most respected, most comprehensive approach to professional News gathering ... as well as these exclusive TV 8 News Features: — multi-part series on Divorce, Rape, Child Abuse, Pornography; UPCOMING: UNEMPLOYED GRADUATES, PET PARANOIA — MOVIE REVIEWS with John Pascuzzi. George Wylie's CONTACT 8, solving the 'little 1 guys problems. CONSUMER REPORT, helpful information on products that effect your life everyday. THE GARDENER'S GUIDE, experts helping the layman with a variety of gardening needs. TENNIS TIPS, with Pete Taylor and tennis pro, Harry Burrus. — exclusive television News coverage of actor Robert Redford, eight-year-old evangelist Michael Lord, atheist Madelaine Murray O'Hara ... and other prominent national celebrities. . . AND FOR THE MOST COMPLETE UP-TO-DATE LOCAL NEWS ANYWHERE WATCH NEWS . . . tkc only real news in town! Webelos Graduate . . . Participating, in Cub Scout Pack 102 Indian ceremonies for the Webelo's graduation at St. Lawrence School were front row. left: Brian Blevins, Kevin Wiederin. David Wagner, Curt Promes. Chad Krebs. and Troy Thraen; —VanderheldenStudio Photo second row, left: David Schieffer, Steve Smith, Rick Promes, Tony Bliss, Indian Chief Jim Waters, Brian Sullivan, Don Hagedorn, Frank Bedford (partially hidden). Dan Vanderheiden, and Dean Riesberg. Webelos Elevated to Scout Status Tom-toms beat and Indians chanted at Cub Scout Pack 102 Webelos' graduation ceremonies Monday night. The Webelos were elevated to the Boy Scout status during the ceremonies. They crossed a bridge and lighted a candle to join the scout troop. Drum music was provided by Jim Tooley. The colors were presented by Den 1. under the direction of Mrs. Michael Keating. The Webelo ceremony was under the direction of Jim Waters, The entire troop 102 was introduced by the Assistant Scout Masters John Bennett and Gary Schieffer. Two Indian Braves Dave Schieffer and Dean Riesberg assisted with the Webelo ceremony. A bicentennial celebration May 1 at the Crawford County Fairgrounds. Denison. was announced. Officer Leslie Butler presented a program on bicycle safety. The scout awards were presented by Cub Master Linus Goblirsch. with the assistance of Webelos Leader Joe Thraen and Committeeman Eugene Wagner. Receiving scout awards were: David Wurzer, Mark Louis, Todd Wessling, Todd Snyder, Kurt Olerich, and Tod Blevins — Wolf Badge. Kevin Wurzer, Andy O'Toole, Kelly Warnke, Dave Broich, Pat Eich and' Troy Thraen — Bear Badge. David Bernholtz — Wolf, Gold Arrow and Silver Arrow. Steve Frank and Marc Wernimont — Three Silver Arrows. Tom Dozler — Silver Arrow. Tony Becker — Bear, Silver Arrow," and Gold Arrow. Jeff Keating and Kevin Renze — Gold Arrow and two Silver Arrows. Chris Mauser — Gold Arrow and Silver Arrow. Steve Renze — Gold Arrow. Michael Herman — Bobcat. Kevin Wiederin and Brian Sullivan — Citizen and Arrow of Light. Tony Bliss — Arrow of Light. Chad Krebs, Don Hagedorn, Rick Promes, Curt Promes, David Wagner, Dan Van-, derheiden, Tony Thraen, and Brian Blevins — Athlete, Citizen, and Arrow of Light. To Mark Silver Year Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lambertz will celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary with an open house for friends and relatives Sunday. May 2. The event will be held from 2 to 4:30 p.m. at the Farm Bureau building. 806 W. Eighth St.. Carroll. RECEIVES*PIN VAIL — Annette Kock. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kock Jr., Vail, was among 74 -senior nursing students to receive their pins and stripes from Viterbo College, LaCrosse, Wis., Sunday. Attending the ceremonies and following reception were her parents and brother. John J. Kock, Vail, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mauss and Anna, of Minneapolis, Minn. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Social Calendar 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.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 WEDNESDAY— B.L.B.F. Club tour County Legion Auxiliary. Manning Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Dora Baumhover Toastmistress, Derby Little Flower Study Club. Mrs. Colette Bock Golden Circle euchre Pomptae Somateo. Mrs. Leo Courtesy for Dian Goreh'am Dian Goreham's co-workers on Fifth Floor West. University of Nebraska Hospital, gave a bridal shower and farewell party for her Wednesday at the hospital. Miss Goreham. daughter of, the Raymond Gorehams of Carroll, will marry Stan Slaven at Portsmouth May 1. Personals Frank Rutten of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rutten of Breda. Lawrence Venner of Maple River and Mrs. Chris Nepple of Denison attended funeral rites for their cousin. Leo Rutten. Monday at Larch wood. SOUTHERN TRIP ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese are home after a trip to Florida. Accompanying Mr. and Mrs. William Rix of Garwin. they left April 6. At Leavenworth. Kan., they visited the Larry Rix- family and were met by the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Meese of Paola. Kan., formerly of Vail. They stopped at various points of interest en route to Panama City. Fla.. where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Rix. From there they traveled to.Ft. Lauderdale. Fla.. to visit the Lonnie Rix family. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Stoffe'rs of West Islip. N.Y.. arrived for a visit there on April 15. SURPRISE BREAKFAST Epsilon Chi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a surprise comeias»<you-are breakfast Saturday at Mrs. Dean Burrows' home. Members of the social committee were hostesses. Hulsing H.G. Club. Mrs. James McGrane High Bidders, Mrs. Walter .Millenacker Chit-Chat Club dinner THURSDAY— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Finessettes, Mrs. Donald Wenck T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Lambert Thelen Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman FRIDAY— Golden Circle Now Thru Wed. APRIL 28 Eves. At 7:15 & 9:15 P.M Sun. 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