Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 29, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 29, 1976
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Plants are Exchanged at Flower Club Flower and Garden Club members exchanged plants — both Indoor and outdoor — as their roll call fea'ure at the club's monthly meeting Wednesday at Mrs. Albert Baumhover's home. In the business session conducted by Mrs. Emma Kraus, plans were discussed for having a plant booth at the June 26 bicentennial celebration. Mrs. Archie Jones gave the lesson about plant partners and getting rid of insects in the garden. Among suggestions were planting marigolds near strawberries and roses to help ward off bugs. Chives will keep aphids off, she said. A good spray for roses is a solution of ground-up onion tops and water. A saucer of beer is good for drowning slugs. She also talked about the value of toads in the garden, noting that 90 per cent of a toad's food is insects and a large part of its diet is cutworms. She said a toad does it work and gets his food at night, March to November, and has been known to consume an estimated 30,000 insects in three months. Mrs. Baumhover read a poem to the group of ten before serving dessert and coffee. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Kraus, May 26. APPRECIATION DINNER Kuemper High School hosted an appreciation dinner party at the school Wednesday evening for members of the Kuemper Century Club and other individuals who have helped the school over the past year. About 300 attended the informal event. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 29, 1976 Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. Richard E. Weeks of Audubon announce the engagement of their daughter, Janice Marie, to Ronald Staiert, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Staiert of Elk Horn. Miss Weeks is employed at Kearney Pharmacy in Audubon and her fiance is engaged in farming. Jan. 8 has been set as the wedding date Club Takes Bus Tour, . Views Play The closing event of the season for the B.L.B.F. Club was a trip to Omaha Wednesday to attend a matinee performance of the play "Under Papa's Picture," at Westroads Dinner Theater. The group of 13 members and 18 guests boarded the chartered bus at Lidderdale at 8a.m. and shopped before and after the noon buffet and play. Supper was served at Denison. Club meetings will be resumed in September. New officers for the 1976-77 season are Mrs. Earl Berns, president; Mrs. Elmer Kruse, vice president; and Mrs. Lyle Onken, secretary. :**** -INDIAN JEWELRY Genuine Handcrafted Chokers — Necklaces * Santo Domingo Earrings — Bracelets — Rings * Zuni & Navajo *' A' new shipment — come in and see these interesting,pieces ••• • The Alley on Fifth Couple Wed In Ceremony Here April 24 Speaking nuptial vows in St. Paul Lutheran Church here April 24 were Sue Pettitt and Jeff Macquardt, whose parents are Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Pettitt and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Marquardt, all of Carroll. The Rev. Donald Wuertz officiated at the 1:30 p.m. double ring service. Attending the bride, who was given in marriage by her parents, were Mrs. Bruce Pettitt, Tami Marquardt, Cindy Throckmorton and Karen DeMey. Ken Bernholtz, Todd Pettitt, Dan Beyer and Vern Forke attended the groom. Tricia Pettitt and Kyron O'Brien were flower girl and ring bearer. Organist was Pam Jung. Gayle Juergens and Deann Staiert were vocalists. Bruce Pettitt, Dale Forke and Tony Reinhart ushered. The bride wore an A-line organza gown with lace-edged chapel train. The bodice was of heavy lace; a satin bow detailed the back waistline. Her Spanish mantilla, also edged with lace, fell to cathedral-length. She carried yellow roses and white daisies encircled by baby's breath. The V-necked dresses worn by her attendants were voile, printed with lemon yellow, light blue, peach and mint green flowers and finished with wide hemline ruffles. Large sun hats completed their costumes. Their flowers were white daisies and baby's breath. A reception for 275 guests was held after the ceremony at the Elks'Club. Mr. and Mrs. Marquardt received their educations at Carroll High School. She also attended Spencer School of Business and is employed at Waters Department Store. Mr. Marquardt is employed by Lesters at Carroll. After a week's trip to California the couple will live at 805'/ 2 N. Clark St., Carroll. CORRECTION The congregation of the St. John's American Lutheran Church, rural Glidden, will begin holding worship services at the Trinity Episcopal Church, Carroll, on May 9. The adjusted time schedule for Sunday School and worship services at th£ : rural church will also begin , May 9. An article in the Wednesday edition of the Daily Times Herald stated the service would begin Sunday. A Locksmith We're Not But we do put a lot of car keys into the hands of car buyers ... by financing their purchases with LOW-COST AUTO LOANS °The only financial '11 ever need FULL SERVICE BANKING HOURS: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Thursday 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. Friday — 9 a.m. to Noon Saturday DEPOSIT INSURED TO 10.000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Nora Knobbe 2 Winners in Civic Oration BREDA — Eighth grader James Stork won the Modern Woodmen of America Civic Oration Contest at St. Bernard Grade School here. Nora Knobbe, seventh grade, was the runner up. The next five ranking finalists are Ann Ber.nholtz, Gary Heisterkamp, Lisa Kennebeck, Rhonda Polking and John Snyder. The contest judges were Connie Irlbeck, Lou Ann Nieland and J.J. Feldman. The Rev. J. Charles Yetmar. superintendent, presented the winners with trophies and pins. The names of the winner and runner-up will be engraved on a permanent trophy at the St. Bernard High School. Book Review Is Given by Mrs. Halbur Mrs. Robert Halbur reviewed Dr. Carl Menninger's book "Whatever Became of Sin?" at a meeting of Little Flower Study Club Wednesday evening. The group meeting at the home of Mrs. Colette Bock included a former member, Mrs. C. M. Clark of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Bock conducted the business session during which Mrs. W. C. Reynolds, Mrs. Louis E. Anderson and Mrs; Norbert Hermsen were named as a nominating committee. New officers are to be elected at a no-hostess dinner meeting on May 26. Mrs. Halbur pointed out that Dr. Menninger, in his book, concentrates on man's moral sicknesses; he revives the word we seldom hear today but which was once very important. He submits that there really is such a thing as sin today. Mrs. Halbur said that the message of the book is simple: concern is the touchstone relinquishing the sin of indifference and the great sin is selfishness. She al-so quoted from Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen's address to Rotarians in New York last year: "When was it that we began to break down the distinction between right Courtesy for Miss Becker A shower honoring Donna Becker, bride-elect of Robert Riesberg, was given Sunday by Mrs. John Riesberg and Bonnie Becker. Decorations were in the wedding colors; yellow and blue. Bridal games were played and gifts opened before lunch. Miss Becker and Mr. Riesberg will exchange vows at 1 p.m. May 8 at Holy Spirit Church. Gift to Priest... Parishioners of St. Ann's Church, Vail, and friends in the area have presented the Rev. Harold Cooper, pastor, with a new station wagon. Pictured is parish councilman John Kock, Vail, left, presenting Fr. Cooper with the keys to the Ford LTD wagon. Fr. Cooper said he needed a new car, because his old one had 94,000 miles on it. The new station wagon came equipped with many extras, including a citizens band (C.B.) radio for emergency calls. Fr. Cooper's C.B. code name is "Black Robe." Students at •-—_ Des Momes Area Communify College at Carroll Are Asking You To ... > \ COME TO THE OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY May 2, 1976 1 P.M.-5 P.M. 221 Kevin, Carroll, Iowa (Applewood Knolls) QUALITY AND STUDENTS'PRIDE PRESENT THESE FINE FEATURES: 1152 sq. feet of living space on the first floor Finished recreation/family room and laundry in basement Workshop and V4 bath in basement 3 bedrooms with large closet space Anderson Perma Shield windows, 6 foot & 8 foot slidinc glass doors Heatilator fireplace in living room Appealing interior stonework Birch interior doors and custom cabinets Lenox Natural Gas forced air heating and air conditioning Complete floor coverings Compactor Electric or Gas Appliance service Patios and double garage Golden Anniversary ... Mr. and Mrs. Clark Stangl of Coon Rapids will be honored at an open house reception in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday, May 2, from 2 to 4 p.m. in the multi-purpose room of the Coon Rapids elementary school. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The couple requests no gifts. The Stangls were married April 22, 1926. His mother, Mrs. John Stangl, 97, resides at the Carroll Health Center. and wrong? I think it was on the morning of Aug. 6, 1945, when we dropped the atomic bomb on Hiroshima. It has been a slow, gradual process b-y a nation after the repudiation of right and wrong becomes a blur. The people pass a threshold; they are no longer the same." The inspiration portion of the meeting, given by Mrs. C. L. Siemann, dealt with the Beatitudes. She noted that translation can change the whole meaning. As an example, she said that in French, "Bessed are the , meek" is "Blessed are the debonair." Mrs. Bock and her co-hostess, Mrs. Reynolds, served lunch. 5th Birthday Is Observed Mr. and Mr. Ed Heim hosted a dinner party at their home Tuesday night to note the fifth birthday of their son, Chris. Twenty guests attended including Chris' grandparents, Mr. and MrsT Don Sporrer of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heim of Auburn, and great-grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Sporrer of Carroll and Mrs. Ruby Hamilton of Auburn. { Calendar j 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 STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY— Golden Circle SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY- Friends of Library board, noon, Elks' Club Welcome Wagon, hospital cafeteria Eastern Star Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr. Rainbow Girls Golden Circle Hospital Auxiliary 7 p.m. potluck, general meeting, hospital education room TUESDAY— Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Thomas Kruse Fortnighters, Mrs. Frank Balk Community Club, Mrs. William J.Kanne Players 8, Mrs. Linus Goblirsch Clubs Met Wednesday For Games Mrs. Walter Millenacker hosted the bi-weekly bridge-luncheon of the HIGH BIDDERS Wednesday noon at Tony's Restaurant. All members attended. Mrs. Frank Liewep, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld, Mrs. James Wieland and the hostess won score prizes. The next hostess will be Mrs. Langenfeld, May 12. Six tables of euchre were in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's gathering Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Women's prizes went to Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, highland Mrs. Leo Augustine, second. Joe Gross and Lawrence Hesslingh won high and second for men. Tally prizes were given to Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg and Mrs. Vincent Ricke. POMPTAE SOMATEO Club was entertained at Mrs. Leo Hulsing's home at Glidden, with Mrs. Henry D. Johnson as a guest other members. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Omer Langenfeld, Mrs. Elmer Wille and Mrs. Elmer Walz. On May 20 the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Ralph Mclntire at Sac City. APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Eves. At 7:15 & 9:00 Sun. 2:00, 3:45, 5:30, "oV ELLIOTT GOULD DIANE KEATON I Will, I Will ...for Now ^assarette JUST MADE EVERYTHING SUPERSMOOTH With the silkiest few ounces of natural shaping possible. 'SuperSmoothers.'"" Sleek little bits of Todaywear™ in lustrous Antron*" nylon and Lycra"* span'dex. Stretchy. Silky-soft. Super-contemporary. Look for 'SuperSmoothers' hanging in their easy- to-spot see-through package. Left: Bra #4018 with convertible 3-way straps, 32-36 $6. Hiphugger #218 S-M-L $4.50. Right: Front-fastener bra #0018 32-36 $5. (Each bra size fits A,B,C cups.) WATERS FASHION STORE 50th 501 N. Adams SI. 1926-1976 Dgwnlown Carroll APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Evet. At 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 2, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30, 9:20 3 Days THURS.-SAT. Eves. 7:00 & 9:00 P.M. APRIL 29-MAY 1st IT STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE, ...IT SURE DIDN'T END THAT WAYI SUN.-WED. May 2-5 Eves. At 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. At 2:00, 7:00 I 9:00 SeanCoimenj* midiaelCalne Thurs, - Sat. April 29 - May 1 Evei. 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. IT STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE.. IT SURE DIDN'T END THAT WAY! MARJOE SUN.rWED. May 2-5 Ev«. At 7:00 * 9:00 JAMES CAAM MORE THAN JUST A GAME!

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