Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 4, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 4, 1974
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St. Joseph Guild Met At Dedham DEDHAM — The March meeting of St. Joseph Guild was preceded by a 7:30 p.m. mass celebrated by the Rev. Henry Meyer. Mrs. Robert Peter, president, conducted the meeting. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. Henry Heman. Various committee reports and announcements were made. Guild members are invited to the April 16 meeting of Sacred Heart Guild, Templeton, when the guest speaker will be Mrs. William Scherle. Birthday parties held for senior citizens at nursing homes and the parish hall in March were reported by Mrs. Clarence Fischer, community affairs chairman. The parties will be resumed in the fall. Mrs. Wayne Klocke urged the women to investigate the tax relief now available to persons 65 or over or handicapped, forms for which are available at the court house. The project of sewing and rolling bandages is postponed until next fall. Mrs. Marvin Sporrer gave the March Circle report. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Leonard Kiesberg, Mrs. Harold Leiting and Mrs. JoeTigges. Spring hats made by members were modeled after adjournment. Mrs. Gregory Jennings received an award for the prettiest hat and Mrs. Mathilda Meiners, for the most unusual. Lunch was served at tables centered with Easter baskets. New Officers for Deanery C.C.W. The open spring meeting of the South Central Deanery, Council of Catholic Women, held in Carroll Wednesday drew 140 women from 17 of the 25 parishes in the deanery. Twelve priests also were in attendance for the event which included a mass, luncheon, business meeting and program. Introduced as new officers for two years, starting July 1, were Mrs. Jo Webb of Grand Junction, president; Mrs. , Eugene Van Tersch of Buck Grove, vice president; Mrs. Edwin Staiert of Carroll, secretary; and Mrs. Peter Danner of Dedham, treasurer. New commission heads, also for two years, are Mrs. Alphon Brincks of Willey, church affairs; Mrs. Cyril Venner of Maple River, organization; Mrs. Richard Walsh of Dow City, family affairs; Mrs. Tom Higgins of Jefferson, international Affairs; and Mrs. Walter Wiederin of Mt. Carmel, Community affiars. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff was assisted by the Revs. Henry Meyer of Dedham and James Fandel of Lake City in celebrating the 11 a.m. mass at St. Lawrence Church. Other events took place at the Elk's Club, where mission projects and other accomplishments of women's organizations in the various parishes were on display. Mrs. Richard Happe of Carroll, deanery president, presided. Short talks were given by Fr. Meyer, deanery moderator, and Fr. Fandel. Guest speaker for the YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW "THE WAY WE WERE" will not be playing until April 24-30. NOW THRU SATURDAY ELLIOT GOULD ROBERT BLAKE SATURDAY AND SUNDAY KIDS MATINEES ONCE AT 2:00 ALL SEATS 75t WORLD'S GREATEST PUPPET STARTS SUNDAY 7:15 - 9:15 "THE LAST DETAIL" afternoon was Dennis Whelan, representing Total Awareness, Inc. His talk concerned drugs. The women were reminded of the diocesan CCW meeting to be held April 26 at the Starlite Inn, Fort Dodge. Mrs. Kenneth Ebner of Carroll is diocesan president. Holy Angels Altar Society Has Meeting ROSELLE — Holy Angels Altar Society held a short business meeting after mass here Monday evening, with Mrs. Jerry Rupiper, president, presiding. Mrs. Alice Stitz reported that rosaries were sent with the Rev. Robert Blaser for distribution in mission work. The Altar Society has been invited to attend a meeting of Sacred Heart Guild at Templeton on April 16. It was announced that a parish representative and commission heads will be elected at the Society's May meeting. Prizes were given to Mrs. Gerald Schreck, Mrs. Ralph Beyerink, Mrs.. Lynn Hoffman and Mrs. John Behrens. On the lunch and entertainment committee were Mrs. Ernest Rupiper, Mrs. George Renze, Mrs. Joe Reiling, Mrs. RaySibbel, Mrs. Arby Neppl, Mrs. Leo Staiert, Mrs. Melvin Sibbel and Mrs. Harold Reiman. CDA Court Has Meeting Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, held its monthly dinner and meeting Wednesday night in the Knights of Columbus hall. Mrs. Hilbert Steffes and Mrs. Dennis Warnke were co-chairrnen of the hostess committee. Dinner tables were decorated in an Easter motif. Mrs. Ewald Stock, regent, conducted a short business session. The next meeting date is May 1, when Mrs. Vernon Drees and Mrs. Ray Dress will head the dinner committee. oc Each deposit tniured to 120,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Top Awards Won by Four for Speech Four Carroll High School students have received outstanding performance awards in the 1974 individual state speech contest, the Iowa High School Speech Association announced. The awards are the highest honor given in the contest, held March 23 in Des Moines. The students and their winning categories ar Jill Krogh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted N. Krogh of Carroll, dramatic acting; Sue Millender, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William R. (Bob) Millender of Carroll, interpretive prose; Dan Pomeroy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Pomeroy of Dedham, original oratory and Becky Blincow, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Biincow of Carroll, book review. Bride-elect Complimented The J.L.C. Club held a dinner at the County Club Tuesday evening, followed by a shower at the home of Mrs. Delbert Montgomery, honoring Sharla Heinrichs. Miss Heinrichs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heinrichs. will marry Dwight Blum}, son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Bluml, April 20 at St. Francis Church in Maple River. The bride-elect's mother also was a guest at the party. The future groom's mother is a member of the bridge club. TO HOLD ELECTION Carroll Jaycee-Ettes will elect officers at their monthly meeting Thursday, April 4, at 8 p.m. at the court house. Nominations have been made. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 4, 1974 Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. John Dentlinger of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter Karen to Donald Landrie, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Landrie of Omaha. July 13 has been set as the wedding date. Youths Visit Funeral Home The junior high United Methodist Youth Fellowship visited theDahn-Woodhouse Funeral Home Wednesday night. Robert Woodhouse spoke to the group, explaining procedure followed when death occurs and showing them selection and preparation rooms. The youths were accompanied by their counselor, Robert Rogers, Mrs. Francis L, Brockman and Mrs. Jewel Tooley. New officers include Jim Schaefer. president; Steve Sikkema, vice president; ReneeCrouse, secretary; and Kim Sikkema, treasurer. cx EASTER CANDIES Assorted Chocolates . . .1 Ib. $2.35 A Easter Greetings Box $1.75 Purple Foil Baskets $1.65 Chocolate Covered Marshmallow Eggs $1.10 On the Highway, Downtown Carroll. The Unusual Place to Find the Unusual. Project is Voted Upon By Sorority Epsilon Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, voted at its meeting Tuesday night to' contribute to the Iowa Guild of Infant Survival as its state service project. The'chapter met in the home of Mrs. Thomas Kruse, whose co-hostess was Mrs. Carl Stukenholtz. In other business, it was voted to accept Mrs. Richard Baumhover as a transfer member. Mrs. Earl Schiltz gave short reviews of two books, "The Little Prince" and "How to Parent". She also presented the program on sculpture and painting and showed a film about Michelangelo. The next meeting on April 16 will start at 7:30 p.m. and feature a tour of the Villa. Bride-elect Is Honored At Shower Mrs. Bruce Fuller, Mrs. Wayne Witt and Mrs. Betty Lane hosted a red, white and blue kitchen shower for Deborah Cornett of Omaha Sunday afternoon at Mrs. Fuller's home. Miss Cornett will marry John Steven Brechler in an April 27 ceremony in Omaha. About 20 guests attended the courtesy, including the bride-elect's mother and sister, Mrs. Paul Cornett and Tami of Omaha, and the future groom's mother, Mrs. Bonnie Brechler of Carroll. Each of the mothers received a gift. Calendar FRIDAY— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg Golden Circle pinochle. SATURDAY- 8th District Legion and Auxiliary Conference, Golden Circle SUNDAY- W.C. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt 30 Guests at Party for Bride-elect A miscellaneous bridal shower and luncheon at the Elk's Club Tuesday honored Maria MueJJer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller. Her marriage to Robert Dean Williams of Shrevepon," t,a., will take place in the chapel of Centenary College at Shreveport on May 23. Thirty guests were seated at a U-shaped table appointed in the bride-elect's colors, blue and white. Decorations included blue and white flowers, candelabra and small blue trees adorned with miniature parasols and birds. The mantle display was a blue wreath and blue candles. After the luncheon Miss Mueller opened her gifts and bridge was played. Prizes were won by Mrs. J. B. Micka, Mrs. Mueller, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and Mrs. Mike Wittrock Sr. Hostesses were Mrs. Earl Connors, Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Josef R. Martin and Mrs. Lambert Thelen. Anniversary Is Observed at Wall Lake WALL LAKE - The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schluter of Wall Lake, which will occur April 5, was observed with a family dinner and lunch Sunday at the Wall Lake Community Building. The event was planned by their children, Mrs. Jack Lamaack of Breda, Mrs. Wade Bruggeman of Charter Oak, Lorraine Schluter of Wall Lake, Gerald Schluter, and Mrs. Bill Hicks of Lake City. More than 60 attended from Brownsdale, Rochester and Austin, Minn.; Omaha, Neb.; manning, Arcadia, Carroll, Nernaha, Story City, Fort Dodge, Auburn, Denison, Manilla, Ida Grove, Wall Lake, Breda, Charter Oak and LakeCitv. A Surprise Party Given DEDHAM - The birthdays of Mrs. Delia Irlbeck and Mrs. Rose Meisheid were noted at a surprise party at the lalter's home here Monday. Participants were Mrs. Rose Kitt, Mrs. Gertrude Kill, Mrs. Rose Sporrer, Mrs. Sebina Sporrer, Mrs. Anna Peter, Mrs. Carrie Rupiper and Mrs. Florence Seidl. Cards were played, with Mrs. Rupiper winning high and Mrs. Kitt, low in pinochle. High and low in euchre went to Mrs. Rose Sporrer and Mrs. Sebina Sporrer. All items ( may not be \ available \ at all \ station-stores.' Otter limited to quantities ' >. Limit right reserved. GINGHAM housewares I PRICES GOOD APRIL 4-8, 1974 LIBBY GLASSWARE Genuine Libby glasses accented with red gingham tablecloth design. 12-oz. size. 99 45-PC. MELAMINE DINNERWARE KING-SIZE TV TRAY Complete service for 8 in warm red gingham pattern by Andover. Set is unbreakable, dishwasher safe and fadeproof. 9 88 IVOR BED TRAY Handy lap tray has folding legs. Choose gingham, denim or scenic design. CORNWALL Self-Butter CORN POPPER REG. $9.97 32-CUP Avocado PARTY PERCOLATOR REG. $9.88 TOASTWELL Automatic 2-SLICE TOASTER Golden Glory" or "Glenwood" . MELAMINE DINNERWARE Middleberry" or - ; di c ie" IRONSTONE P' ,NERWARE CARROLL

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