Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 12, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 12, 1974
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Club Meets for Pinochle Pinochle was played at six tables at the Golden Circle clubrooms Thursday afternoon. Hostesses for the event, held a day early because of Good Friday, were Mrs. Louise Greteman and Mrs. Jack Long. Mrs. Ann Hagedorn and Mrs. Ella Dammann won high and second high prizes. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Bertha Klocke and Mrs. Harry Laurinat received the tally prize. EASTER EGG HUNT Carroll Jaycees will dye 1,380 eggs at 8 p.m. Friday at Kanne Construction for the annual Easter egg hunt for children aged 1-10. The hunt will begin at 1 p.m. Saturday at the east side shelterhouse of Swan Lake. Some of the eggs Truffle will be marked for * raII1C rim«« Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 12, 1974 Miss Rath Complimented ,Pat Rath, who will marry Frank Greving April 20 at St. Lawrence Church, was honored at a personal shower Elonday evening at the home of Mrs. Alice Stitz, southwest of Carroll. Other hostesses were Mrs. Gene Ferneding tod Mrs. Alver Schmitz. . The 14 guests played bridal (lames for which prizes were Awarded. A floral arrangement in the oride-elect's colors centered the lace-covered table and later was presented to her. Lunch was served after the gifts were opened. prizes. Co-sponsors for the event are the First Federal Savings and Loan, Carroll County State Bank, and Commercial Sayings Bank. The Jaycees boiled the eggs Thursday at Mac's Casino Cafe. DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) The Iowa highway death count through midnight Thursday as prepared by the Iowa Department of Public Safety: This year to date—136. Last year to date—193. Business & Professional Directory INTERNATIOHAL Handling all phaias «t Trawl NO CHARGE FOM OCB 8KBVICE 108 W. 8th, CarroH 792-9742 BUY - SELL - TRADE USE THE DAILY TIMES HERALD CLASSIFIED ADS PH.: 792-3573 BOOKKEEPING FARM MANAGEMENT HAROLD WM. SCHMIDT HfrR BLOCK TAX CONSULTANT CartoH Manning 792-2770 Hem* 105 *. 6th Sr 653-1616 R. M WINJUM O D Optometrist Complete Vision Car* including Contact Lenses Dial 792-3318 1 Block West of Sernetf* COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE Life — Accident and Health — Fire — Auto All Commercial Line* Robert L. Kraut, Ray P. Lens Carroll 792-2580 — ttredo 673-4422 KRAUS & LENZ Insurance Professional Center 6l2 North We»t Street Are you a cautious investor looking for more income? * The Fund setks current Income by Investing In securities which are guaranteed by the U.S. Government or its Instrumentalities both a* to the payment of principal and Interest. * Dally Interest accrued by tht Fund on the portfolio securities. * minimum Investment: J2JI). For Fund Prospectus write: American Giowrh Fund Sponsors, Inc. 611 North West St. (Professional Bldr.) Carroll. Iowa 31401 Phone; 702-2886 Attention: Wayne Halbur, Mgr. FARM MANAGEMENT Hail Insurance Investments Stocks and Bonds Contact HARRY D. FRANK 2002 Crettview Diiv* 792-4400 Carrol* TYPEWRITER ft ADDING MACHINE SALES and SERVICE Cecil H. Cobble Own.r 223 E. 5th, Carroll, Iowa 5V401 Phone (712) 792-3248 No Charge For DR. JOHN E. MARTIN OPTOMETRIST EYES EXAMINED - GLASSES FITTED Contact Lenses — Children's Visual Problems New Ground Floor Location — 524 N. Adami St. (Between Hannaich Beauty Shop and Sherwin-Williams) (Cloud Sot. Afternoon) Phone 792-9709 Carroll, I ova OR H. K. RICHARDSON, Optometrist Dial 792-9687 805 North Main St. EYES EXAMINED GLASSES FITTED CONTACT LENSES Ralph M. Crane ATTORNIY-AT-LAW Dial 792.9277 516 Vj N. Adams St. R, J. FERLIC, M.D. 715 N. Adam*—Carroll, Iowa Offlea Hours: 9 to 12—1 to 5 Gtmral Practico—Obstetrics Fracturas—X-Rays Office Did 792.4120 Homo Dial 792.3401 BILL COMITO BOOKKEEPING TAX SERVICE Ow Watttf • A»*4lanc* Cmtw Ph. 7924105 R. B. MORRISON, M. D. 117 Eoif 6th St. - Carroll, Iowa Contra, Practfc* — Mrifcfiw Offict Phont 7W-3543 - Homt 7924630 Symbols of Holy Week Are Shown "Radiant Light" was the theme of Clio Club's program given by Mrs. L. P. Jung Thursday in the IPS community room. Mrs. Jung said that in the past, daily living was largely influenced by symbolism and that even now, when we consider ourselves to be enlightened, we still respond to many symbols. During Holy Week, symbols are aids to religious worship but not the center of interest, she pointed out. She showed examples of religious paintings by Da Vinci, "The Last Supper," Dali's "The Moment of the Breaking of Bread" and Rembrandt's "Holy Family" anfl "Portrait of Christ". Mrs. Jung displayed drawings of Easter symbols and read Scripture relating to them. Included were the palm leaves which symbolize Jesus' entry into Jerusalem; the chalice, which is the institution of the Lord's Supper; olive leaves in the Garden of Gethsemane" which shows the cup of submission with a pointed cross of agony; the torch, which denotes the betrayal of Christ; the cock crowing, alluding to Peter's denial; the crown of thorns, symbolic of humiliation and suffering; the scourge and pillar; the great nail, referring to the poignancy of Christ's suffering; the butterfly, symbolizing the Resurrection of Christ; and the cross of Christ which shows that He is trimphant over the world. In conclusion Mrs. Jung read and Easter message by Frank Getty. The "Flashes from Iowa Federation", which encouraged the planting of wild flowers, was given by Mrs. Mike Arts. The business meeting was conducted by Mrs. John H. Fortune, president, who read "God's Copyright" as devotions.The club heard annual reports of the secretary and treasurer; a report on conserving resources and energies by Lucile Buchanan, conservation chairman; and another report by Mrs. W. L. Goodwin, literature chairman. Mrs. Philip M. Siefert was a guest for the afternoon. Mrs. Roy Heuton and Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain were hostesses. The next meeting, on April 25, will be held in the United Presbyterian Church undercroft. Malcom X's Widow to Speak INDIANOLA, Iowa "(AP"P The widow of black leader Malcolm X will be the featured speaker for Black Awareness Week at Simpson College April 18 through 21. Mrs. Betty Shabazz will speak on "The Role of the Black Woman" at 8 p.m. April 19 in Camp Lounge of the Brenton Student Center. 'No Choice' on Subpoena WASHINGTON (AP)—An lowan on the House Judiciary Committee considering impeachment of President Nixon said just before the group voted to subpoena evidence that it had no choice in the matter. "I think our committee genuinely reflects the anxiety of the nation to move ahead with this inquiry without further delay," said Rep. Edward Mezvinsky, D-Iowa. Using the committee's subpoena powers "is demanded by the woefully inadequate voluntary response we've been waiting so patiently for.'' "Although our patience has been worn thin by abrasive White House tactics, I think we can issue a subpoena with the best of motives, rather than as a punitive and threatening action." Teachers' Pay Rates Revised AUDUBON — The Audubon board of education adopted a new teacher salary schedule for the 1974-75 school year which reflects base increases on the Bachelor of Art degree columns by $400 and on the Master of Art dcgcee columns by $550. These increases, computed on a percentage basis, indicate a range of between 5.4 per cent and 6.8 per cent depending upon the begining bases of the various B A and MA categories. The structure of the ffictUSge':::.:: :'": ."* schedule still calls for four per - cent increments as it has in previous years. However, one additional step was added to each column in the BA and MA categories, which affects only those teachers who had reached the maximum step. The board has accepted sr^nrumniReV::::::::::::::::::::::::^ resignations from Peari. Jensen and Mary Simonsen, who are retiring, and Phyllis Goldberg, who is moving from Audubon after school closes r> Bowling Woodchoppers League Team Standings Points Leisure Lounge 73 Bierl's Parkway Furn 72'^ JacotNen Travel Agency 72^ Red Carpet Lounge 72(4 Foley's Rest Home 61 Personal Lender 55 Falslaff Beer 52 Commercial Savings Bank 59 Mister D's ] _'"' 57 Carroll Bowl ' 551^ IJart Service 48 snappy Popcorn 40 High hid. Single Game— Snerry Snyder iai Srierry Snyder jgg Marianne Puffett 177 High Ind. Three Games- Gin Knobbe 510 Rosie Foley 500 Sherry Snyder 498 High Team Single liame— Falstaft 887 Red Carpet 874 Commercial Bank 870 High Team Three Games- Red Carpet Lounge 2499 Commercial Savings Bank 2422 Foley's Rest Home 2398 Mister D's 2398 Pinsplitter League Team Standings Points Brend's Standard 86V4 Carroll Bowl 65 Center Pharmacy 64 Little Gus 64 RoselleTrioTavem 93% Al'3 Corner 53 Zekes Place 54V4 Woormans Feed 54V4 Breda Fertilizer 4g Pabst Blue Ribbon 40 High Ind. Single Game- Bert Morenze 200 Bert Morenz 199 Merle Wemimont 199 High Ind. Three Games- Bert Morenz 549 Merle Wernimont 537 Dave Wernimont 534 High Team Single Game- Center Pharmacy 929 Band's Standard 925 Brand's Standard 917 High Team Three Games— Brend's Standard ^ggg' Ai's Corner 2624 Little Gus 2593 Eager Beavers League Team Standings Points Carroll Lumber 81V4 Bauer Livestock 80 CHsen&Co 72(4 Tony's Lounge 68V4 52 52 51 Peters Motors 41 Whaley Chevelot 45V4 Schlitzers 35 High Ind. Single Game— Kaye Riddle 235 Jacquie Hackett 192 Eileen Pettitt 189 High [nd. Three Games— 490 866 855 , CrouseCartage ......................... 2456 thlS year. Dearduff ................................ 2452 Bauer Livestock ........................ 2451 Calendar Increase in Speed Citations DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Highway Patrol says the number of speeding citations during March increased by 73 per cent over the same month a year ago. Some 7,200 citations were issued during the first month of the 55 miles per hour speed limit, compared with 4,200 under the old speeds in 1973, officials said. The federal government had given states until March 1 to change to the slower speed limit or face loss of highway funds. Highway patrol figures show a significant increase in the number of speeding citations given to truckers. Nearly 900 trucks were stopped last month, compared to 251 in March 1973—an increase of 246 per cent. BIG 8x10 LIVING COLOR PORTRAIT AT •tat 76e far handling This very special offer is prevented as an expression of our thanks for your patronage. Compare at $25.00! • GENUINE NATURAL COLOR PORTRAITS Not the old style tinted or painted Black & White photos, • SELECTION OF PROOFS 4-6 Pases (o clioose from. • FOR ALL AGES -Babies, children, adults. Group; photographed at an additional small charge. • FREE TO ALL SENIOR CITIZENS Free 8x10 living color portrait to all customers over 60 years of a'g«. • LIMITED OFFER! One per subject, one per family. • Advertised Special Head & Shoulders Only • PHOTO CHARMS AVAILABLE TO CUSTOMERS TELL YOUR FRIENDS ABOUT THIS SPECIAL OFFER SEARS CATALOG SALES AGENCY 317 W. 5th, Carroll, Iowa Tuesday, April 16 ONLY 9 to 12, 1 to 6 GOP Caucuses Set for Apr. 22 AUDUBON - The Audubon County Republican Central Committee this week issued the official call for the bi-annual Republican precinct caucuses to be held April 22. The, county's seven precincts will caucus at two locations, the court house in Audubon and_H.oly Trinity parish hall in Exira." County GOP Chairman Lyle Monahan of Audubon and Vice-chairman Dorcas Randolph of Kimballton announced that the precinct caucuses will be held at the following locations: At.the court house- Precinct No. 1 (Viola Township); Precinct No. 2 (Cameron, Lincoln Townships); Precinct No. 3 (Douglas, North Leroy, Melv/ille); Precinct No. 4 (South Leroy); Precinct No. 5 (Sharon). At Holy Trinity Hall — Precinct No. 6 (Hamlin, Greeley, Exira and Audubon townships); Precinct No. 7 (Oakfield township). The caucuses will be held at 8 p.m. at each location on Monday, April 22, and are open to the public. Among business to be transacted are adoption of resolutions and elections of delegates to the county convention, which will be held June 14. Each precinct will elect county convention delegates, the number to be based on the number of votes cast for the Republican candidate for president in 1972. In all, there will be 100 delegates elected to the county convention. Chairman Monahan said that a humber of controversial issued may be submitted to persons attending the caucuses for possible resolutions. Such issues include state operation of Hquor business vs. private operation; local opTibn sales and income taxes; land use policy; which is the most burdensome state or local tax — income, sales or property?; highway bonding; and others. Each of the seven precincts will caucus individually. SCHERLESCHEDULE MANNING - Congressman William J. Scherle will be in Manning on Tuesday April 16 at 10 a.m. Scherle will be present during the coffee hour at the Corner Cafe beginning at 10 a.m. Mr. Scherle is the representative of Iowa's Fifth Congressional District. Free coffee will be furnished by Raymond Ohde, sponsor during the visit. ' MONDAY— j. 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 TUESDAY Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Villa Gay Nine T's, Mrs. David Schroeder Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark Golden Circle bridge Spela Kort, Mrs. James Kanne Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Patrick Lehman Players 8, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Leo Berning F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Margaret Sapp Town ana Country Club, Mrs. Christina Taphorn WEDNESDAY U.M.W. Circles: I and II, Methodist Church; III, Mrs. Robert Winjum; IV, Mrs. H. B. Carroll; V, Mrs. Edward Hanneman Variety Club, Mrs. Gerald Tigges Dealers 9, Mrs. Eugene Havermann Crazy 8's, Mrs. David McCoy High Bidders, Mrs. L. B. Westendorf H. G. Club, Mrs. Theodore Potthoff Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Larry Baumhover Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Martin Greteman Golden Circle euchre 2 Confirmation Dinner Honor Arcadia Youth ARCADIA — Rick Erps was honored by his parents Mr. and Mrs. Robert Erps and brothers following his confirmation at Arcadia. Guests for a dinner at the Arcadia City Hall were his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weebers, and Edward Erps; Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weebers and family, Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Jim Buddenhagen and family, Alta, Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hill and Scott, Manning; Dorothy Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Johde. Kim Grundmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Grundmeier who was confirmed at Zion Lutheran in Arcadia Sunday and her cousin Cathy Bruggeman daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bruggeman of Lake City who was confirmed at Immanuel Lutheran in Lidderdale were honored at a dinner at the Derby in Carroll. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Carol Bruggeman, Carlyss and Debbie Madigan, Lidderdale, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Grundmeier Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Grundmeier and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Don Fethkender and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Remsberg and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Bruggeman, Lake City. Furor on Dam Road AMES, Iowa (AP)—The Iowa Highway Commission has been told by a group of federal, state and local officials they don't think much of plans to abandon a road project across the Saylorville Dam. The commission had agreed to build the road in 1967 but last February that decision was reversed and the commission staff was directed to investigate a bypass south of the dam. The commission .said there would be room for only two lanes on top of the dam and the rest of the new Iowa 401 is to be a four-lane freeway. Terry Smith, executive director of the Central Iowa Regional Association of Local Governments, said the road is needed on top of the dam to handle the large volume of traffic that will be moving to and from the recreational areas at the reservoir. The dam north of Des Moines is expected to be completed in June 1975 but Polk County Supervisor Richard Brannan said the new Iowa 401 probably won't be finished until after 1980. No decision was reached at Thursday's meeting. CELBBRATE WITH (ft Magistrate is Reappointed AUDUBON — District Court Magistrate Joe Sklenar has been reappointed for a new term. The Audubon County Judicial Magistrate Appointing Commission last Wednesday evening met at the court house in Audubon and renamed Sklenar to the court position. The commission is made up of District Judge R. Kent Martin of Atlantic, chairman; Attorneys E. F. Hanson and Dale D. Levis of Audubon; and Leon Milliman of Exira, Agnes K. Kelgor of Kimballton, and E. V. Magnussen of Audubon. The latter three were named to the commission by the board of supervisors. Under legislation adopted two years ago by the Iowa General Assembly the term of the magistrates was set for two years after an initial one-year appointment, but that may be changed by legislation pending in the Iowa Legislature. Therefore, the commission reappointed Sklenar for "the term beginning July 1,1974," Heavy Fire Loss at Lovilia LOVILIA, Iowa (AP)—A trucking company garage and a vacant building has been destroyed by fire in the Lovilia business district. Lovilia Fire Chief Bili Barnes said Thursday's blaze apparently was caused by a malfunction of a gas furnace in the Franzen Trucking Co. garage. The fire spread to a vacant building which was being remodeled next door. Search on for Plane HONOLULU (AP) - The search resumes today for a sightseeing plane which disappeared with 11 persons aboard during an inter-island flight. The pilot, in his last radio contact, said he was taking the plane to the Kilauea Volcano area, the Federal Aviation Authority said. The plane, a twin-engine Beechcraft 18 chartered by Panorama Air Tour Co. of Honolulu, left the Kona Airport on the big island of Hawaii for a tour of Hawaii and the island of Maui. It was one of eight planes making the trip at the same time. The seven other planes arrived at Kahului Airport on Maui as scheduled. The FAA said pilot Vincent E. Morine of Honolulu contacted the company dispatcher 15 minutes after take-off from Kona and said he was going to Kilauea. That was the last communication with the aircraft and there was no mention of trouble, the FAA said. A Coast Guard search and rescue plane, a county helicopter and several Civil Air Patrol planes searched until darkness Thursday but found no trace of the missing aircraft. The FAA said the 1 passengers on the plane were from the mainland. Their names were not released. However, the FAA said four of the 10 had been with a tour coordinated by the Pleasant Travel Service of Panorama City, Calif. EASTER BREAKFAST The LYC of Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden, will serve breakfast on Easter between morning services. The services will be held at 6:30 a.m. and 10 a.m., with Sunday School at 8:45 a.m. Proceeds from the breakfast will be used for the youth group's programs. WE WILL BE CLOSED EASTER SUNDAY April 14 PRENGER FURNITURE West Hwy. 30 ENDS TOMORROW Eves. Continuous from 7:00 P.M. 464 ] 0 Jo LAKE CITY about to get WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' t TECHNICOLOR • O 1973 Ws» Dune. ProOuctions STARTS SUNDAY April Eves. 7:00 * 9:00 Sun. Mot. 2:00 P.M. Starring John Heuwman ••»» Supporting Acfw Easter is a joyous family occasion — keep it that way by eating out. It will be fun for the whole family especially mom.

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