Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 3, 1976 · Page 5
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, May 3, 1976
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Walshes Enthused Over City Chorus By Mary Lee Hagert Singing is not Mrs. Lou Walsh's main activity, but it is one of her favorites. She characterizes herself as an amateur, who just likes to sing. She may have plenty of opportunities to exercise her vocal cords in the future. She plans to participate in the Carroll Community Chorus. She will be one of about 40 persons who will attend the first practice Wednesday night. The Walshs are the originators of the chorus project. It began when she sang in the Ecumenical Cantata performed on Palm Sunday at First United Presbyterian Church, she explained. "I felt I was really going to miss not having the cantata practices to go to after Palm Sunday." "The rehearsals for the cantata; with Mrs. W.L. Chambers had been so much fun, I hated to see them end," she said. The Walshs are originally from Detroit. "In the big city, we were used to cultural activities like music and band concerts, and the symphony," she said. They felt there had to be a lot of good singers in Carroll. It was her husband who really first had the idea of starting a mixed chorus for the Carroll area, she explained. He approached Mrs. Chambers about directing the chorus. He is also providing the financial backing for the chorus through Petersen Motors. He is the general manager of the auto dealership. About 60 persons participated in the try-outs for the chorus last week. This may not be everyone who will eventually be in the chorus, she said. The director plans to start Miss Tabota Gives Talk Tlran Herald Newi Service MANNING — The Manning American Legion Auxiliary met for their regular meeting on April 13. Carmen Tabota showed slides and spoke on herhomeland., , ; .. . v Sara ijappen introduced the Girls Staters. They are Mary Eickman, Susan Grimm, Janet Herbars, Becky Rowedder and Joni Siepker. Each spoke on a selected topic and then the group voted and picked Mary Eickman. Mary's topic was, "A Toast to Betsy Ross." Standard committee reports were given. The Bloodmobile was in Manning on April 22 in the Plaza basement. Ladies of the auxiliary provided juice, coffee and cookies. A discussion was held on having the unit represented in the parade and program on May 16th which is Manning's Bicentennial Day. The unit will again plant flowers in the park this year. The unit contributed $50 to AFS for next year's student. The auxiliary decided to purchase Mother's Day gifts for members over 80 years of age. Ella Puck won the door prize. Refreshments were served. out with about 40 good voices, she said. Eventually, it is hoped the chorus will have about 60 to 75 persons in it. Anyone in the Carroll area may try out for the chorus. Ability to read music is not a requirement. Singers from Glidden, Breda, Lidderdale, and other communities in the area have tried out. "Mrs. Chambers hopes to begin rehearsals once a week," she said. The first concert is planned for late June or early July. It will probably be a free concert outdoors in the Graham Park bandshell, she said. Mrs. Walsh's singing background includes participating with her high school and church choirs and "taking piano lessons for many years." The Walshs moved to Carroll in November from Cedar Rapids. "We love it here. We have from the day we moved in. Of all the moves we've made, this was the easiest to become adjusted to." They have two children, Ed, 3Vfe, and Chuck, 6, who keep the young mother busy most of the time. Besides singing, one of Mrs. \ Walsh's favorite activities is cooking. She operated a small catering business in Cedar Rapids. "I started cooking for large groups in high school," the former home economics teacher explained. She used to organize Sunday suppers for her church youth group for about 300 people. The trick is to plan things ahead. "I like to have everything ready a day ahead of time, so I can relax with my guests, "she said. She is also active in P.E.O., the American Field Service chapter, and sings in the United Presbyterian Church choir. This summer she will direct the Presbyterian Bible School. She had hoped she would be a little less busy after moving to Carroll, she admitted. "But, I think I'm busier than ever!" Listed below are the two of her favorite recipes. The jello she felt would be especially appropriate for the bicentennial. She emphasized using red raspberry jello for the "blue"'layer. If'black raspberry jello is used, the layer will not be blue, but blackish, she explained. The Little Pizzas are her boys' favorite, she commented. Red, White & Blue Salad 1 cup hot water 1 pkg. red raspberry jello 1 pkg. frozen raspberries Dissolve jello in hot water. Add the frozen raspberries. Put in a 9x13" pah and let set until firm. Vfe pint coffee cream (half and half) '/2 cup sugar 1 envelope unflavored gelatin '/2 pint sour cream Vi cup cold water 1 tsp. vanilla Heat the coffee cream and the sugar until hot. Mix the unflavored gelatin with cold water and add to the coffee cream mixture while warm. -Stoff Photo Mrs. Lou (Marianne) Walsh whips up a tasty dish in her kitchen. Add the sour cream and vanilla. Mix well. When cool, add to the top of the first layer. Let set until firm. 1 pkg. red raspberry jello 1 cup hot water 1 can blueberries with juice Dissolve the last package of raspberry jello in hot water and add the blueberries. Let cool and add to the second layer. Let set until firm. Cut in squares to serve. Serves 12. Little Pizzas 2 loaves party rye 2 Ibs. Italian sausage — 1 hot , and 1 mild 1 Ib. Velveeta cheese IT. catsup Dash of A-l Sprinkle of garlic salt 1 tsp. oregano 1 can pizza sauce Grated Parmesan Fry sausage and drain. Cut up Velveeta cheese and mix with sausage until melted. Add catsup, A-l, garlic salt, oregano-and pizza sauce. Spread on party rye. Put on cookie sheet, sprinkle with Parmesan cheese. Freeze. After frozen, place in plastic bags and store in freezer. To serve, place in oven frozen. Warm on cookie sheet for 10 minutes in a 450 degree oven. Great with soup for children's lunches or for snacks or cocktail party nibbles. Bowling Astrology NITEKAPPERS LEAGUE Team Standings Weidner Service Carroll Roofing Co. Inc Hicks'Well Co Kanne Mobil Renze Hybrids ./..... HR Cleaners Helsterkamp Furn., Glidde Case Power & Equipment Hap's Tavern Wandel Studio Wha leyChevrolet.. Templeton Ernies' Seldl Electric Templeton Co-op .. High Ind. Single Game Cecil Hupp Larry Schultes — Tom Schoeppner .. High Ind. Three Games Dean Ertz ... Don Hicks ... Harold Seeden High Team Single Game Case Power & Equlpmen Hicks'Well Co Hap's Tavern High Team Three Games Renze Hybrids •— Hicks'Well Co Hap's Tavern ...... Points 93 90 88</2 87 85 73 72 65 60'/j 53 50 48 46 13 215 208 197 541 532 525 945 939 vau 2623 2609 Counter Talk Diabetes is America's fifth leading cause of death and the second leading cause of new cases of blindness, according to the Iowa State University Extension Service. In Iowa alone there are more than 50,000 diabetics, and diabetes is the third leading cause of death in the state. Diet is one of the most important factors in good diabetes control and management. A diabetic's personal diet is planned around his own body needs for good nutrition as well as his own condition. Good diet planning can mean good eating, though disciplined as to what and how much. The diabetic must learn about foods, serving amounts, substitutions called "Exchanges" and learn to choose, to create and to enjoy the foods he eats. Here are a few recipes and special, simple treats that may-appeal to young diabetics published by the Diabetes Association of Greater Chicago and contained in a kit "Learn About Diabetes," available through the Carroll County Extension Service, They ma'y appeal to non-diabetics as well. , By Jewel Tooley Chocolate Ice Cream Soda Measure V 2 cup cold milk into a tall glass; add '/a cup regular vanilla or chocolate ice cream and 2 T. chocolate flavored syrup. Pour about ''/:> can sugar free, low calorie chocolate flavored "soda" on top, stirring during adding. Food value of 1 serving: '/ 2 Milk Exchange plus 1 Bread Exchange, plus 2 Fat Exchanges with total of 245 calories when made with whole milk. Beefy Mary Combine Vz cup tomato juice, 'A cup beef bouillon, 3 drops tabasco sauce, '/•> tsp. vinegar; simmer 3 to 4 minutes; pour into heated mug; garnish with popcorn. No exchange values. Spiced Apple Juice Combine 3 cups unsweetened apple juice, 4 whole cloves, I'/a tsp. lemon j-uice, 1 two-inch stick cinnamon, '<H tsp. allspice. Simmer 5 minutes and remove spices. Makes 4 servings. Food values of 1 serving (% cup): 2.Fruit Exchanges. Savory Baked Chicken A» cup fine corn flakes Tuesday May 4,1976 Bernice Bcde OSI) Jaycee Ette Goal to Double Membership AMES. Iowa (AP) —The new president of the Iowa Jaycee Ettes wants to double the membership of her organization. Carole Reeves, Altoona, was elected at the group's state convention here Saturday afternoon to succeed Char Tammel of Storm Lake. Mrs. Reeves has high hopes for the relatively new service club, which has 1,555 Iowa members in 93 chapters. "Our goal is to increase that to 186 chapters next year with 3.110 members," she said. Membership is currently restricted to wives of active Jaycees with a local chapter option to admit non-Jaycee wives aged 18-36. The age limit was set at the state convention and matches that of Jaycees. "The opportunity to help others in your community and at the same time develop as a person is one of the biggest reasons for becoming a Jaycee Ette," said Mrs. Reeves. "Of course, our main purpose is to assist our Jaycee husbands." she added. "As a Jaycee Ette you have the chance to work beside your crumos 1 tsp. chicken seasoning Vz tsp. crushed savory 1 '>:e to 2 Ibs. chicken pieces (2 half breasts, 2 legs and 2 thighs) 1 2 tsp. grated lemon rind : 'M cup milk 1 tsp. lemon juice Combine corn flake crumbs, seasoning, savory and lemon rind; mix well; spread on pie plate. Combine milk and lemon juice. Dip chicken pieces in milk, then roll in crumbs. Place in shallow baking pan. Bake at 350 degrees for 1 hour, turning pieces over after first 35 minutes. Yield: 4 servings. Food values of 1 serving (either Vfe breast-or one leg' and thigh): 3 Meat Exchanges plus 1 Bfead Exchange-with total of 300 calories. Frozen Banana Surprise Slice '2 small banana lengthwise. Spread one piece with 2 T. vanilla ice cream: .cover with second piece: press together gently but firmly. Wrap in clear plastic, then in foi 1. F ree ze. Food. values: 1 Fruit Exchange plus '2 Fat Exchange with total of 80 calories. >. .-••• ARIES (March 21-April 19) The aspects still tend to favor you in areas that could produce gains, especially where family matters are involved. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) A productive day is in the offing. You're not likely to be discouraged, regardless of the odds. Think WIN and you will. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) In business matters today play your hunches. Don't take a foolish flyer, but if you think you're on to something good, check it out. CANCER (June 21-July 22) If you need a special favor from an influential friend, this is a good day to approach him. Don't go through middlemen. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Though you'll be instrumental in bringing something of importance off today, let one who only had a small hand in it take the bows. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Plans well laid today should later, produce very .desirable results.. Look; toward tomorrow hopefully. Build strong foundations now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Bold measures may-be called for today in order to achieve your aims. Set definite goals. Strive for excellence. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Partnership situations should prove extremely favorable today, especially if you're the first to show willingness to cooperate.' SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Joint ventures and commercial dealings look like two areas you should be able to gain from today. Stay on your toes. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Someone you know purely socially may be just the person you need to help swing something important today. Solicit his aid. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Take pride in what you do. Be helpful wherever you can. There will be big returns for sincere service rendered today. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Get in touch with a friend that you haven't seen too much of lately. He may have some pleasant tidings today. YOUR BIRTHDAY May 4,1976 Lady Luck may take a hand in helping you advance interests important to you this coming year. Take maximum advantage of your breaks while you're in this fortunate cycle. Oestreichs Host Sunday Visitors In Auburn AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. John Yepsen of Sioux City and Mrs. Martin Koppelman of Lawton were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestrich. Recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson were Mrs. Franz Heller of Forest City, Rev. Perry Heller of Rockwell City. Mrs. William Flavel of Omaha, Neb., and Mrs. Annabel Stonehocker of Redfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schachtner and daughter. Carol, of Somerset. Wis.. and Mrs. Brian Hoppe and daughters, Belinda and Becky, of Beldenville, Wis.. visited over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Hanks. Tlmei Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, May 3, 1976 husband." Mrs. Reeves said she had been campaigning since March for the election and estimated she traveled 1,500 miles seeking the post. She defeated Jinny Zimmerman of Urbandale. ''Nationally the organization is only about two years old," said Mrs. Reeves. "But Iowa is second in the five-state national region for membership." How does the husband, Gary, feel about all this? "I really hope that it's not a tragedy as far as the home life is concerned," he said. "We've got to add another room for the p a p e r w o r k she's brought home!" He insisted he was not worried about his wife' position. He is on the election committee for Iowa Jaycee Presidential candidate Edd Clem. "All we have to do is get Clem elected now...we want to have all the presidents in the same block." Clem lives just two houses from the Reeves in Altoona. His opposition is Jim Michaels, another Urbandale resident. Miss Heinrichs and Wm. Darr Jr. Wed HALBUR — Maureen Heinrichs and William T. Darr Jr., both of Elgin, 111., were married at 1 p.m. May 1 in St. Laurence Church at Elgin. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Heinrichs of Halbur; the groom's parents are the William Darrs Sr. of Elgin. A rainbow mixture of carnations, mums and daisies were used in the church setting for the double ring rite at which the Rev. Phillip O'Neal officiated. Bill Lucas and Group sang. Miss Heinrichs was given in marriage by her parents. Maid of honor was the bride's sister, Anne Heinrichs. Another sister, Donna Juliano, was bridesmatron. Kathleen Heinrichs, also a sister, and Laurie Hartfiel were junior bridesmaids. John Newman was best man and Frank Juliano, groomsman. Ushers were Lendell Stout and Ed Hartfiel. The bride's chapel-length empire gown was fashioned of nylon organza, adorned with Venice lace and pearls and bordered with deep ruffles. The fitted bodice had a cameo neckline and long sleeves. A nylon organza Camelot bonnet secured her two-tiered bouffant veil. In her cascade bouquet were pink roses, white carnations, spider mums and baby's breath. Each of her attendants wore a rainbow-colored dress of dotted Swiss with flounced skirt. Lace trimmed the empire waists and also their angel-sleeved jackets. They wore daisies in their hair and carried bouquets of mixed flowers. The wedding reception for 150 guests was held from 2 to 4:30 in the parish hall. Mrs. Darr graduated from Kuemper High School in 1974 and is employed by Fox Valley Pharmacy. Mr. Darr, a 1971 graduate of Larkin High School, works for Cole Dynamics. After a week's honeymoon to Niagara Falls and Canada the couple will reside at 259 Level St., Elgin, Thke tf . stock Join the Pay roll Savings Plan FREE CARNATIONS For Mother on her SPECIAL DAY We want to thank you, Mothers, for helping Nockels during the past year. Because you've been the greatest, Mother, stop in and pick up your FREE CARNATION from NOCKELS. 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