Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 11, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 11, 1974
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Easter Bonnets — The Easter season is apparent at Holy Spirit School this week, with first grade pupils modeling their bonnets. Seventh and Musicians Perform for Parents Club Mrs. Norman Fletcher, head of the vocal music department, presented a program at the Kuemper Parents Club meeting Wednesday night. Performing were the mixed chorus, freshman girls glee club, YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW NOW-SAT. APRIL 13 CVIS.CONT.niOM7.-00 Young love takes the helm ...and DAD FLIPS OUT! WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS TECHNICOLOR O 1973 Walt Disney Productions C 1%? Wilt Disney Productions SUNDAY THRU TUES EVES. AT 7:00 * »:00 SUN. MAT. 2:00 P.M. JOHN HOUSEMAN BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR IN eighth grade art classes, under the direction.of Mrs. Mary Johnson, made the hats from a base of paper plates and tie ribbons. freshman mixed chorus, and girls glee club. Each group sang three numbers. A song from the musical "Bye, Bye Birdie" to be shown April 19 and 20 and the high school was also presented. The Rev. Paul Roder opened and closed the meeting with a prayer. Jim Kerwin, president, conducted the short business meeting. The Rev. Thomas M. Donahoe, superintendent, spoke briefly to the good-sized crowd. Refreshments were served by representatives from Mount Carmel and Maple River, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Puderiz and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haubrich. Elections will be held during the next meeting on May 15. The program then will be presented by Charles —Staff Photo Pictured above is Sr. Marguerite's class. Hats were presented to Mrs. Barbara Bunnell's class, room 1 A, last week. Van Hecke of the track department, and Sr. Joanne Moeller of the home economics department. WE WILL BE CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY April 14 PRENGER FURNITURE West Hwy. 30 Calendar! SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— Holy Spirit Women's Guild Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Doran Brogden Carroll Woman's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m., Red Carpet Newman Study Club, Mrs. D.J.Casey Rainbow Girls Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Petersen Note Baby's 1st Birthday Mr. and Mrs. DuaneThielen entertained Tuesday in honor of their daughter Amanda's first birthday. Lunch was served after gifts were opened. Among the guests were Amanda's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Bruening of Breda and Mr. and Mrs. William Thielen of Carroll, and godparents, Joyce Bruening of Breda and Bill Thielen Jr. of Carroll. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Martin Tan Creti, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Clark and Lara, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Thielen, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Thielen of GUdden, Jack Badding. Mr. and Mrs. Monte Irlmeier, Joan Bruening, Angle Bruening and Cheryl Thielen. Amanda's older sister, Amy, also was present. Pre-Easter Meetings for Guild Circles "The Supper — Sacrament of Oneness" was the study topic at the meetings of the five circles of St. Paul's Lutheran Women's Guild Wednesday. The women were reminded of the spring LWML rally to be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, Audubon, April 24; reservations are due by April 15. It was announced that persons wishing to donate lilies for the church for Easter should have them at the church by Saturday afternoon; also, that a box for donations toward lilies for the cross will be placed in the narthex. Articles for the spring clothing drive for Lutheran World Relief are to be brought to the church by April 22. The next circle meeting date is May8. Eleven members of EUNICE Circle and Mrs. Timothy Koenig, member-at-large, attended the morning meeting in the church basement, where Mrs. Walter Mohr was hostess. Mrs. Roy Heuton was topic leader and Mrs. Darwin Bunger conducted the business session. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Russell Wunschel'shome. MARTHA Circle also met at the church in the afternoon, with Mrs. Loretta Boldt as hostess. Thirteen women attended. Topic leader was Mrs. Alfred Lehmberg. The group decided to send the proceeds of its mission project for the first half of the year to aid Phil Andreasen in his mission work in Canada. Mrs. Lloyd Boers will be the next hostess. The other afternoon group, MARY Circle, met at Mrs. Ted Krogh's home, where Mrs. Henry Johnson presented devotions and the topic. Mrs. L. H. McCullom conducted the business meeting. Eleven members were present. In May the circle will meet with Mrs. Herman Peters. Mrs. Harvey Fleshner and Mrs. Frank Beckman entertained RUTH Circle at the former's home. Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann was topic leader for the evening meeting, attended by eight members. Mrs. Fred Berns will be the next hostess. Co-hostesses for the evening meeting of SARAH Circle were Mrs. Dennis Miller and Mrs. James DeBower, at Mrs. Miller's home. Ten members attended. The topic discussion was led by Mrs. David Van Scharrel; Mrs. E. E. Hobermann conducted the business session. The group held a silent auction for the benefit of Phil Andreasen's mission work in Canada. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Irving Bliss. To Speak Vows . . -Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Stangl of Coon Rapids announce the engagement of their daughter Gail to Jim Darby, son of Mr. and Mrs. James C. Darby of Bellevue, Wash, Miss Stangl and Mr. Darby attend Loras College in Dubuque. An Aug. 3 wedding is planned at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham. ALC Circle Entertained Naomi Circle of St. John's American Lutheran Church was entertained Wednesday morning at the home of Mrs. Jon Riebeling. Guests in addition to nine members were the Rev. Darryl Torrin and Mrs. Rudy Alfson. Mrs. Ronald Ream led the Bible study entitled "God Keeps His Own Secure," taken from Revelations 6 and 7. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Perry Petersen. The May 8 meeting will be at Mrs. Ray Schonberger's home. Visitors Attend Sunday Dinners Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Thursday, April 11, 1974 ** Card Clubs Had Parties Wednesday The FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club played eight games of 500 at the home of Mrs. Louis Tigges. Score prizes for the evening went to Mrs. Art Otto, the hostess, Mrs. Alois Kanne and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. On April 24 the club will be entertained by Mrs. Clarence Brinker Mrs. Clayton Daniel entertained the Grant Township HOMEMAKERS Club at her home at Lidderdale in the afternoon. Pinochle was played at three tables. High score prize was won by Mrs. John Scharfenkamp, an additional guest; second, Mrs. Ed Lenz; traveling, Erna Langmeier; and tally, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer. Mrs. Leo Wiederien will be hostess next, May 8 at Pauline's Cafe. Colors: Bone/Saddle Tan Cabrietta Navy/White Cabrietta The arrows point the way to up-front fashion. With wafer platform and contrasting stitch trim, this is the shoe you'll want for all your pants looks . . . dresses too! $99 TownS Country Shoes ELLERBROEK'S SHOES WESTGATE MALL Carrot! Indianola Site Chosen for Plant EAST PEORIA, 111. (AP) The R . Herschel Manufacturing Corp., has announced it intends to move its factory to a site near Des Moines, Iowa, before Dec. 31,' 1975. The firm is obtaining land owned by the Caterpillar Tractor Co., in Indianola, Iowa, in a trade for its East Peoria property, officials of both firms said. A. Qajterqillar spokesman said acquisition of the Herschel land is part of a plan to modernize existing Caterpillar facilities in East Peoria. Between 185 and 190 persons work at the Herschel plant, but a company official said he did not know how many would be transferred. WESTSIDE — Saturday evening dinner guests in the Elmer Dierenfeld home were Iren Gertz from Des Moines, Mrs. Ellis Bertelson and Tracy, Myron Gertz and Karen Anstoeter, all from Omaha. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Allen Hunter and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Luetje and Jeff took Jason-tyhite back to Omaha after spending a few days in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Luetie. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gates and family were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Druivenga of Arcadia and Marlon Druivenga of Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Grundmeier of Westside were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mi's. Russell Hammer and Annette of Boone. Annette was confirmed at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Boone. Mrs. James Rowley and family of Spencer were weekend visitors in the Arlene Kasperson home in Westside. Additional Sunday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Dunn of Council Bluffs. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Massman were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred . Groau in honor of their son, Donavon Groau's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Verle Massman, who were Donavon's sponsors, were also present. Five tables were in play at the evening meeting of the GOLDEN CIRCLE euchre group at the clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Rosina O'Tool and Mrs. Albert Baumhover won high and second. Men's high and second went to Viator Wernimont and Leo Sellen. Mrs. Frank Wegner received the tally prize. Big LN Gas Plant Planned OMAHA (AP)—Northern Natural Gas Co. has taken an option on about 160 acres near its Ventura, Iowa, compressor station in Hancock Countv for construction of a liquified natural gas plant and storage unit. Spokesmen said the facility will cost $20 million. The plant and storage section will be the second in Northern's transmission system, officials said Wednesday. The other is under construction near Carleton, Minn. Spokesmen said the plant will have a storage capacity of 616,000 barrels of liquified gas. It is expected that the plant will be ready for service in the 1977-78 heating season if the Federal Power Commission grants its approval. Officials said they will liquify gas from April to October, and from November to March will vaporize it for transmission to utility firms in Iowa and other states. Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. John Kock Jr. of Vail announce the engagement of their daughter, Shirley Ann, to Edward L. Mauss, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mauss of New Albin. Miss Kock, a Viterbo College graduate, is Head Start director of the Coolee Region Community Action Program in Wisconsin. Her fiance will be a field engineer in the Minneapolis area, employed by Kodak Company, after his graduation this month from Brown Institute, Minneapolis. The wedding will take place July 6 at St. Ann's Catholic Church, Vail. Probation for Tax Consultant CEDAR RPAIDS, Iowa (AP) — An Emmetsburg tax consultant has been given a one-year suspended sentence on charges that he counseled and advised on false and fradulent income tax returns. U.S. District Court Judge Edward McManus Wednesday placed George Freeman, 60, on probation for two years. Freeman had pleaded guilty March 25 to one count of a nine-count indictment charging him with preparing the false income tax returns for six persons in 1971 and 1972. Women to Participate in Council Meet Carroll Toastmistresses Wednesday night made final plans for participation in the spring meeting of Council Two clubs at Marshalltown April 20. ... Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen will represent the local club in the annual speech contest. Mrs. Pick will serve as a contest teller and Mrs. M. L. Collison will attend in her capcity as club representative. The Corn Belt regional conference will be held in Chicago May 3-5, and the annual convention of ITC will be in Hawaii in July. Mrs Halvorsen, president, presided at the 6:30 dinner meeting at the Derby and introduced Mrs. Collison as table topics mistress. All participated in a "signs of spring" discussion. In an education segment, Mrs. Joe Pick explained how the voice reveals secrets of personality. Speeches by Ethel Forrest and Mrs. Halvorsen were featured on the program for which Mrs. Anna Harrington was toastmistress. "How Many Kilometers to Portland?" was the title of MJSS Forrest's talk, a humorous lament on problems anticipated when the United States joins the^st of the world in adopting and converting to the international metric system of weights and measures. Experiences in connection •with her second trip to New York within the last five months to tape panel TV shows were related by Mrs. Halvorsen. On April 2 she taped a segment on the Gary Moore show, "To Tell the Truth". Her appearance was prompted by the hog calling championship she won at the Iowa State Fair in August. She will be carried over KCCI, Des Moines, Nov. 7. Esther Juergens and Rose Marie Schweers were evaluators and Louise Florencourt, grammarian. Mrs. Harrington offered the table grace, led the pledge to the flag and gave the closing inspiration. The next meeting will be April 24 at the Derby, UNION GOOD FRIDAY SERVICE Trinity Episcopal Church Friday, April 12-1:00 P.M. Sermon: WHO WOULD HAVE THOUGHT? The Reverend Daryl D. Torrin Special Music — Public Invited Mappy the family! GRADUATES Airman Jed W. Bengard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jed W. Bengard of Dedham, has graduated at Sheppard AFB, Tex., from the U.S. Air Force electrical power specialist course conducted by the Air Training Command. He is a 1972 graduate of Carroll High School. EASTER SPECIAL! POLAROID SX-70 CAMERA Reg. $170 SPECIAL I 38 SX-70 Film $4.99 STERIO TOWN 221 E. 5th 792-3522 A new car... wisely financed with a Bank Auto Loan. See us about financing your family car. 'Of Each deposit Iniured to 120,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK

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