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April 8, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 5

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Priest Talks to CDA Court TEMPLETON - The Rev. Eugene Schumacher spoke on Holy Week at the Catholic Daughters of America Court 454 meeting on April 4. He encouraged the members to follow the liturgy closely during the week. Mrs. Dan Hoffman, Jr., first vice regent, reported on a recent luncheon and convention at Okoboji. She was accompanied by Mrs. Ted Langel. A rosary led by Fr. Schumacher preceded the meeting which was conducted, by Mrs. Hoffman. Door prizes were won by Mrs. Marvin Stevens and Mrs. Don Wieland. Lunch was served by Mrs. Ted Eischeid Jr., Tim*« Herald, Carroll, la. * Monday, Aprils, 1974 O chairman, and Mrs. Ron Pietig, co-chairman, and their committee. Games followed. BOARD TO MEET The Carroll Planning and Zoning Commission will meet at 5 p.m. Thursday, April 11, at the City Council chambers to study a request to rezone a parcel of land located at the corner of 18th street and U.S. Highway 71 in Carroll, described as the N.W. quarter of the N.W. quarter, except Lot A therein of Sec. 24, twp. 84 N, Range 35 West of the 5th P.M., subject to easements of record and zoning ordinances of the City of Carroll. The request is for a change from Residential I to multifamily. Summer Wedding. . . Mr. and Mrs. Paul lilies of Aurora, Minn., announce the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lynn, to Gary Engelen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wittrock of Templeton. A July 13 wedding is being planned at Holy Rosary Church in Aurora. PARENTSCLUB Kuemper Parents Club will meet at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 10, at the school. The program will be presented by Mrs. Norman Fletcher, head of the vocal music department. DARWIN PETERSEN Tree planting can make an interesting evening or weekend project this time of the year. A tree can enhance the beauty and value of a home, a street, or even make an entire area or community a better place in which to live and work. However, tree planting in the wrong place can cause property damage and become a detriment rather than an asset to these same areas. A few minutes spent in planning the placement and species of a tree before it is planted will mean that tree will not grow into a hazard or nuisance when it reaches maturity. Here are a few thoughts to keep in mine: Power interruptions can be caused by trees, either by limbs rubbing on wires or by outright breakage of lines by large limbs falling on them during high winds or storms. Proper selection and placement of trees can stop this sort of trouble before it starts. A tree planted too close to a sidewalk or house foundation can lift and break large amounts of concrete. It is recommended that a minimum of 6 feet from curb to sidewalk be available for small trees. A shallow rooted tree can clog sewer lines and cause damage and costly repairs. Tree roots seek out these areas because of the moisture usually present. Remember, the root system of a tree requires at least as much area as the above ground portion occupies in the air. Large trees with limbs that overhang the power lines often cause a very dangerous situation when these limbs are broken by storms. This problem on primary lines can cause a service interruption over a wide area. When a large limb falls on electrical lines, the lines are sometimes broken and fall to the ground. Fallen wires can be very dangerous and should never be touched. Call your power company if this situation ever occurs. For a leaflet on kinds of trees, where and how to plant them, just give us a call or stop by the office. Unit No. 3 at George Neal Station, south of Sioux City, is now more than 40 per cent complete. The 520,000 kilowatt generator is scheduled for completion in January 1976. It is an addition to the original generator built in 1964 and the second unit which was completed in 1972. In 1976 the total complex will be capable of one million kilowatts, assurance that electricity will not become a supply problem La Iowa. A fine old lady had reached her 100th birthday and was being interviewed by a young newspaper reporter. "I hope to return and help celebrate your 101st birthday," the reporter said. "Don't see why not," she replied. "You look healthy enough to me." Calendar TUESDAY— Trumpettes, Mrs. Tom Collison Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. Paul Greteman P.E.G.,Mrs. William Goodwin Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs Norman Bluml Girl Scout leaders STOP Club, 408 W. 7th Street Tally-Hi, Mrs. Robert Schneider B.F.F. Club, Mrs. Merle Vetter Double Four, Mrs. James Mitchell Golden Circle bridge Jokers, Mrs. Jerry Wilson F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Ruth Vanderheiden Jollyettes, Mrs.jJames Neil A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Merle Stevens J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Leonard Bromert WEDNESDAY- Lutheran Guild Circles: Eunice, church; Mary, Mrs. Marvin Toft; Martha, church; Sarah, Mrs. Dennis Miller; Ruth, Mrs. Harvey Fleshner Naomi Circle ALC, Mrs. John Riebeling Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Clayton Daniel Golden Circle euchre Toastmistress, Derby Friendly Neighbor, Mrs. Louis Tigges is Pleased to Present. . . BEAUTIFUL PORTRAITS IN NATURAL LIVING COLOR COMPLETE WITH THIS AD Plus50c Handling Charge ONE 8/10 NATURAL ^W PORTRAIT Mjnt.il mutt of*r P«r iw « I Qf> ntio iy OFFER GOOD ONLY Wednesday, April! 0 'p.m. -7 p.m. AT TONY'S RESTARUANT JCT. 30 ft 71 CARROLt. IOWA BRING GRANDPARENTS WITH YOU & RECEIVE 8x10 OF THEM FREE Legion Auxiliaries Convene in Carroll A total of 142 women registered for the 8th District conference of the American Legion Auxiliary, held here Saturday concurrently with the Legion parley. The day's events included a morning coffee hour, board meeting, business sessions and a joint banquet with Legionnaires at noon. Auxiliary activities as well as the banquet were held at the Elk's Club. Men Hear Paul Conner, Bob Woodhouse Paul Conner of the Glidden Presbyterian Church and Robert Woodhouse, Carroll Presbyterian Men's Club president, spoke on the national Presbyterian Men's meeting in Chicago during the local meeting at Pauline's Cafe Monday morning. At the national meeting March 22-24, the governing body elected C. Willard Heckel as president for a one year term. Heckel is dean of Rutgers University Law School, Newark, N.J., and a former moderator of the United Presbyterian General Assembly. Conner said that the UPM executive committee approved a rally for men to be held in conjunction with next year's annual meeting. About 5,000 men from all over the United States are expected to attend. Woodhouse spoke on the mission donations of the church. He said that each member will be asked to give a minimum of $1 in additional support for the church's general mission. H. L. Hudson and Don Dreessen were in charge of the meeting Monday. At the next meeting, plans will be made for the Fall Presbyterian Men's retreat at Okoboji. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson, Marvin Reiter, Woodhouse and Roy Olson will be in charge of the program and dinner at the meeting at 7:30 p.m. May 14. 12 Join Church, Three Baptized Twelve persons were accepted into membership at First United Methodist Church during services Sunday. Three persons were baptized. New members are Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkins, originally from Council Bluffs; Mrs. G. L. Gordin, Oskaloosa; Dave Hopper, Joplin, Mo.; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Niceswanger, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Wolf, Spencer; and Mr. and Mrs, James Workman, Morrison, 111. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulk also joined the church. Mrs. Paulk is from Mount Verde, Fla., and her husband from Willichooche, Ga. Those baptized were Mr. Workman and his infant daughter, Melissa Ann, and Christopher Charles Wilkins. SIX CONFIRMED Six youngsters were confirmed during worship services at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, on Sunday. Three are students at Immanuel Lutheran School — Julie Harmening, Jeffrey Wenck and Roger Onken. Others confirmed were Cathy Bruggeman and Deborah Heuton, Lake City, and Ronald Kruse, Carroll. A Stratford member, Mrs. Weldon Swedlund, was elected district president to succeed Mrs. Ronald Erickson of Boxholm, who presided Saturday. Mrs. Vincent Stangl of Carroll was elected vice president and Mrs. Leroy Overman of Rippey, secretary-treasurer for the coming year. Auxilians were welcomed by Mrs. John Beyerink Jr. of Carroll, president of the hostess group, Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7. Among those introduced were Diana Badding, 8th District Junior Auxiliary chairman, her mother, Mrs. Donald Badding, and her grandmother, Mrs. William Badding, all of Arcadia. Mrs. Norma Bolton of Iowa City,'Iowa Department president, appeared on the program at the banquet, attended by 219 men and women. Pots of poppies which decorated the tables carried out the theme "pots of gold". Mrs. Charles Harms of Carroll served as assistant conference chairman. Local unit women serving in other capacities included Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, Mrs. LuVern Olberding and Mrs. Mary Onken, pages; Mrs. A. C. Reinowski, coffee chairman; Mrs. Mary Johannsen, Mrs. C. A. White and Mrs. W. C. Frank, registration; Mrs. John Martin and Mrs. Lewis Voyles, banquet tickets; and Mrs. Ralph Hoffmann, courtesy. Club Fetes 3 Couples MANNING — The Homemakers Club met at the American Legion Hall in Manning on Sunday evening March 31 to honor the anniversaries of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Frahm, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hinners and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Muhlbauer. Nineteen members and their husbands were present for the event besides the honored couples. Pinochle prizes were awarded to Helena Tank for high, May Opperman, second high; Joan Ramsey, low; and high bid to May Opperman and Lois Frahm. Pinochle prizes for the men went to Virgil Genzen, high, Alfred Ahrendsen, second high; William Opperman, low; and Ray Vetter, high bid. Pitch prizes were won by Leroy Albertsen, high; and Ronald Odendahl, low; Phyllis Opperman, high, and Carol Muhlbauer, low. Lorine Sextro was hostess for the ND Club at her home on March 26. Winners at cards were Selma Dalgety, high; Rose Trecker, second high; and Hazel Stahl, traveling. The Bible Readers met March 28 with Clara Oakley as hostess at the Terrace Apartments. Fourteen members were present. Murium Jacobsen presented the lesson. The Pleasant Hour Club met March 27 at the home of Amanda Borkowski. Card winners were Pauline Barten, high; Ida Dammann, second; and Ella Puck, low. Minnie Lamp was a guest of the club. Traffic Deaths DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — The Iowa highway death count through midnight Sunday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety. This year to date -128. Last year to date -186. Party Fetes Bride-Elect Sha rl a Heinrichs, bride-elect of Dwight Bluml, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday at the Home of Mrs. Duane Riesberg. Other hostesses were Mrs. Frank 0. Comine and Mrs. Arden Bluml. Table decoration was a floral bouquet in Miss Heinrich's colors of pink and white. The 12 guests played court whist. Corsages were presented to Miss Heinrich, her mother, Mrs. Edward Heinrichs, and the Juture groom's mother, Mrs. Otto Bluml. Miss Heinrichs and Mr. Bluml will be married April 20. Honor Rolls at St. Lawrence Seventh and eighth grade honor rolls for St. Lawrence School were announced Saturday. Renee Dalhoff and Tammy Snyder received 4,0 averages on the eighth grade list. Other eighth graders named were Cindy Boes, Patrick Heider, Kaylene Lenz, Cathy Rush, Jean Broich, William Friedman, Greg Sernett, Lori Loneman, Mark Schenkelberg, Gary Snyder, Mark Stangl, Cheryl Ohde, Nick Badding, Geralyn Fisch, Sheryl Otto, Randy Reinhart, Pat Sullivan, Carolyn Wernimont, Kyla Butler and Kirk Lengeling. Seventh graders receiving 4.0 averages were Mary Kay Boes, Joey Evangelista, Mike Meshek, Jeff Riesberg, Janell Venteicher and Mary Ann Water. Also listed were Pat Donovan, Mary Carol Feldmann, Diane Humlicek, Marlene Menke, David Naughton, Pat Friedman, Lisa Steenson, Gary Stork, Brian Friedman, Nancy Heider, Ken Tegels, Pamela Rolfes, Cathy Schapman, Michelle Snyder, Jeanne Kanne, Christy Snyder and Karen Willenborg. Trees Ready for Delivery The final phase of operation Green Tree will begin this week with delivery of the trees ordered. Five varieties are available now — Silver Leaf Maple, Hackberry, Red Oak and American Linden at Carroll Nursery and Sugar Maple at Earl May's Garden Center. These trees can also by picked up at the nurseries. Two types of trees, Little Leaf Linden and Redmond Linden will be available later at Earl May's. Residents of the Carroll area ordered 282 trees. Operation Green Tree was launched to replace trees destroyed by Dutch Elm disease. GUILD STYLE SHOW St. Lawrence Ladies Guild will have its annual style show and display of arts and crafts Monday, April 8, at 8 p.m. in Vender Auditorium. The public is invited. YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO _,. TAKE CHANCES ra *" < WHEN YOU BUY LIFE Yes! You can't afford to take chances when you buy life insurance. -; Shop around. You'll find that Farmland's new Annual Renewable Term (ART) Life Insurance Policy offers MAXIMUM coverage at a MINIMUM cost And it's available through ag e 65 Renewable through age 70 Don't take chances with your life insurance Contact your Farmland Life agent today 1 ROGER GRAY Box 245 Manning, Iowa 51455 Priori.: 712-653.7761 Girls Stater . . . Vickie Bernholtz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, has been named by Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, to attend Girls State June 8-15 at Cedar Falls. She is a junior at Carroll Community High School and a member of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary. Alternate is Vickie Richardson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert R. Richardson of Carroll, also a junior at Carroll Community High School. Ken Spies Is Gas Manager MANNING - Ken Spies, employee of the Manning Natural Gas Department, has been hired to fill the position of manager vacated by Robert Sebeniecher. Spies has been an employee of the gas department for the past nine years. His position of manager was effective April 1. He and his wife Geri and three children Tammy, 9, Paula, 6, and Kendall, 4, reside in Manning. Errol Wegner, a Manning native, has been hired to succeed Spies. The Manning Garden Club met at the home of Minnie Jensen on April 2. Roll call was answered with "A Flower for Birds" by 12 members. The members decided to attend the sixth district meeting at Coon Rapids. After the business meeting, Else Struve gave the lesson "Shrubs — Haven for Birds". Frances Griffen gave a seed recognition contest in which LaVon Puck received the prize. Lunch served by the hostess conluded the evening. Golden Circle Meeting Held Golden Circle Club met in regular session Saturday night at the OutReach Center clubrooms, where hostesses were Mrs. Harry Laurinat and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen. Winning pinochle prizes for the women were Mrs. Bellinghausen and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn. Men's high and second went to Leo Sellen and Lawrence Hesslingh. Mrs. Ben H. Schenkelbergand Elva Eike received the traveling and tally prizes, respectively. Baptists Hold Scavenger Hunt MANNING — Calvary Baptist Young People were hosts at a scavenger hunt on Friday evening with 23 young people present. The group later went to the Richard Jensen home for a short devotion and refreshments. The Harfonia Club met at the home of Ella Puck on April 3. Winners at cards were Emma Koepke and Anna Eickman. Pearl Kuhl was a guest. The NB Club met at the home of Ida Jochimsen March 27. At cards, Mrs. Felicia Campbell won high and Else Struve, second. The Women's Missionary Fellowship of the Calvary Baptist Church entertained the residents of the Manning Plaza on March 29. Sandwiches and juice were served. Reminiscences of the olden days was the theme of a skit presented h.v the group. 1 YOUR LUXURIOUS. NEW...A. 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