Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 9, 1974 · Page 4
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Officers Elected by AFS Chapter Officers were elected during the A.F.S. meeting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Goodwin Monday night. Mrs. William Chambers was elected president. Other officers are Mrs. Gary E. Bowman, vice president, Mrs. Wayne Daniels, secretary-treasurer, Wayne Daniels, publicity, Dr. Lynn Curry, finance, V. Stuart Perry, liaison officer, Mrs. Don Jones and Mrs. Robert Blincow, home selection, Richard Hogan, school coordinator, and George Fair and Sandra Marsh, faculty advisors. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Chambers, the group decided to change its meeting nights to the fourth Monday of the month. No meeting will be held in May. A reception is planned for next year's AFS student at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg in the fall. It was announced that the youth AFS chapter will hold a bake sale in the Westgate Mall on April 12 from 10 a.m. to noon and 3-5 p.m. After the meeting, Kellie Time* Herald, Carroll, la. m Tuesday, April 9, 1974 4 Bowman gave a talk and presented slides on her year of studies in Australia as an AFS student there. Lodge Has Its Meeting Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in regular session at the IOOF hall Monday night. Several members indicated that they plan to attend the district convention at Coon Rapids on April 16. Mrs. Alice Krieg, noble grand, conducted the meeting and also served lunch afterward. Octavettes Entertained Members of the Octavettes Club and one other guest, Mrs. .Dennis Johnston, were entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Daniel Sullivan. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. Paul Collison, high; Mrs. Tom Horbach, second; and Mrs. Steve Collison, low. The next party will be at Mrs. Steve Collison's home, May 13. Prenuptial Party Given A brunch and miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Maria Mueller was given by Mrs. Mike Wittrock, Mrs. David Collison and Mrs. Robert Woodhouse at Mrs. Collison's country home Friday. Twenty-two guests were entertained. Miss Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller of Carroll, will become the bride of Robert D. Williams at Shreveport, La., May 25. Courtesy for Joyce Langel A bridal shower honoring Joyce Langel was given recently by LuAnn Mayer, Phyllis Kennebeck and Shirley Langel, who will be attendants at her wedding to Randy Olberding May 4 at Templeton. The courtesy was held at Miss Kennebeck's home in Carroll. Miss Langel was given a corsage in her colors, yellow and apricot. Games were played and the hostesses served lunch. spurgeons Little Heels Specially Priced Thursday, Friday, Saturday Only! Fashion-pretty Pumps Reg. 8.99 to 10.99 to 9 33 A. Reg. 10.99. Shiny black with 3" heel, fake button closing, SVz-lO, 9.33 B. Reg. 9.99. Navy with red or solid black, little heel, 6-10, 8.66 C. Reg. 8.99. White pump with mock cuff and mid-heel, 5-10, 7.66 • 1*1 CUITTM Party and School Shoes 4 97 D. Reg. 5.99. T strap in white or black, little girls' 5-8, 4.97 E. Reg. 5.99. Oxford sling, red or black and white, girls' 12V2-4, 4.97 OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHT TILL 9 p.m. for Pre-Easter Courtesy Night CHOOSE IT AND CHARGE IT AT SPURGEON'S To Marry . . .Mr. and Mrs. Ted Starman of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Janet to Wendell Sheer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheer of Bayard. A June 1 wedding is being planned at St. Joseph Church in Dedham. Card Party At Arcadia Mrs. Vern Onken entertained the G.N.O. Club at her home at Arcadia Monday evening. High score prize went to Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg, who will have the next party on April 22. Mrs. Duane Schroeder won second and Mrs. Art Bruch Jr., third. RECORDER CANDIDATE AUDUBON — Russell Clemsen of Kimballton, a former member of the Audubon County Board of Supervisors, has taken out nomination papers for the office of county recorder. He will oppose Mrs. George Oakley of Audubon, in the Democratic primary election. Clemsen served on the board of supervisors two terms, until he was defeated in 1972. Churchwomen Read a Play The April meeting of Presbyterian Guild was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. James Cruchelow. Co-hostess and devotional leader was Mrs. Deloss Garrett. For the program, all members took part in reading the play "Remembering Christ". Refreshments were in keeping with the Easter season. On May 13 the Guild will have a potluck at the church. Quandts Host Euchre Club Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt entertained the W.C. Club at their home Sunday evening. Euchre was played, with the Clarence Wittrocks winning high prize and the Albert Kluvers, low. The next party will be at the Wittrock home, May 5. Couple Plans July Wedding AUDUBON — July 14 has been chosen as the wedding date of Doris Youngblood and Fale W. Tibben, both of Spirit Lake. Their parents are the Howard A. Youngbloods of Jefferson and the Wayne Tibbens of Audubon. Miss Youngblood attended high school at Churdan and is a graduate of Fort Dodge Community College and the University of Northern Iowa. She is an elementary teacher at Spirit Lake. Mr. Tibben, who is employed at Spirit Lake, graduated from Manning High School and attended Iowa Western Community College. Many Fashions Modeled at Show A spring outdoor setting consisting of cut-out bunnies, mushrooms, little people and butterflies provided the backdrop for the annual St. Lawrence Ladies Guild style show and display of arts and crafts Monday evening in Vender Auditorium. The program was under direction of Mrs. Robert Badding, Mrs. James Heinrichs and Mrs. Jerry Rolfes. Mrs. John Mixsell and Mrs. Steve Garbier were narrators. A bubbling water fountain provided accent for the models as they descended from the stage and walked among the guests who were seated at tables and served coffee throughout the evening. Music before and during the program was played by Cecelia Eltgroth. Fashions sewn by women of the parish were modeled by Mrs. Jerry Webber and daughters, Mary Gaffney, Linda and June Snyder, Mrs. Leo Steffen and daughters, Michelle Rachford, Gall and Cindy Badding, Lori Heinrichs, Mrs. Robert Luchtel, Mrs. Julia Sieve, Mlmi and Heidi Mined, Ronda Stangl, Denise, Ronda and Kay Lynn Reiman; Mrs. Virgil Tigges, Rounne Tigges, Mrs. Ronald Hannasch and Pam, Renee and Peggy Snyder, Mrs. Carl Stukenhottz and Jeanie, Gall Juergens, Mrs. Lyle Bemholtz, Mrs. L. H. McCullom, Mrs. Gary Stark, Joleen Heinrichs, Mrs. Don Gute, Mary Carol Feldmann, Jeanette Kastle and Mrs. Nell Ludwig. Eight Carroll stores provided garments modeled by Vicky Sporrer, Kim and Sue Beidler, Jodi Kokenge, Mrs. Donald Beidler, Mrs. Crowley Spindler, Mrs. Robert Wltowskl, Mrs. TomSchapman, JaniePettitt, Mrs. Paul Schechinger and Mary Pat, Mrs. Roger Kanne, Mrs. Richard Collison, Mrs. Ronald Muhlbauer, Mrs. Ranald Eich, Mrs. Alfred Snyder, Mrs. Leon Riesberg, Mrs. Lester Perschau, Mrs. Fred Meal, Mrs. Robert Pudenz, Mrs. Ranald Riesberg, Mrs. Paul Handles, Pam Rolfes, Mrs. Merle Wemimont and Mrs. Joe Vanderheiden. The final segment of the program was a bridal setting in which ensembles made by Mrs. John Hoogestraat were modeled by Geri Reinart, Dianne Reiling, Mary Reiling, Mrs. Hoogestraat and Jill. Door prizes were donated by 18 Carroll business firms. Mrs. Arnold Havermann and Mrs. Merlin Hugeback were in charge of the craft display. Preceding the style show the birthday of the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff was noted. He was given a gift from the Guild, and the birthday song was sung for him. About 300 attended the event. Mrs. Patrick Miller and Mrs. Lynn Curry were co-chairmen of the lunch committee and Mrs. Dennis Lokken registered the guests. The Guild's next regular meeting will be held April 13. Announce Engagements AUDUBON — Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Christensen of Audubon announce the engagements of their daughters, Susan Lynn and Linda Jane. Susan Christensen will be married Aug. 18 to Joseph Maples, son of Mrs. Caroline Mikesell and James Maples, both of Des Moines. She is a student at Iowa Methodist School of Nursing and her fiance is employed at Hotel Fort Des Moines. A fall wedding is being planned by Linda Christensen and Mark Broich, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Broich of Gray. He is employed by a feed company at Cleghorn. Confirmands Are Honored LIDDERDALE — Erwin Harmening and Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wenck hosted a dinner at the fellowship hall of Immanuel Lutheran Church here Sunday honoring their children, Julie Harmening and Jeffrey Wenck, who were confirmed during the morning church_services,_ A Bible cake and Easter lilies decorated the table. The honorees received gifts. Lunch was served later in the afternoon. About 55 guests attended from Owatonna, Minn., Carroll, Glidden and Lidderdale. RETURN HOME LIDDERDALE — Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto returned home Monday after spending the winter months in Las Vegas, Nev., and Hot Springs, Ark. En route home they visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. LaRue Meehan and family in Omaha. Mrs. Meehan is the former Shirley Otto. 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