Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 16, 1974 · Page 4
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New Officers, Directors for Bowling Assn. The Carroll Woman's Bowling Association elected officers, directors and convention delegates at an open meeting Monday night at the Red Carpet Lounge. Mrs. William Ebersole was elected as first vice president; Mrs. Emmett Petersen, secretary; and Mrs. Donald Brown, sergeant at arms, all for two-year terms. Directors elected for two-year terms are Sharon Plendl, Mrs. Irene Mahan, Mrs. Peggy Stephenson and Mrs. Donna Welbourne. Mrs. Petersen and Miss Plendl were newly-elected and the others, re-elected. Mrs. Roger Ranniger was chairman of the nominating committee. The terms of Mrs. Paul White, president, Mrs. Kenneth Hackett, second vice president, and Mrs. Robert Saylor, treasurer, will expire in 1975, as will the terms of four directors, Mrs. Doyle Beeber, Mrs. Roger Lynch, Mrs. Thomas Sullivan and Mrs. Kenneth Suhr. Mrs. Petersen, Mrs. Stephenson and Mrs. Beeber were elected as delegates to the state convention to be held Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Tuesday, April 16,1974 H next year in Dubuque. Alternates are Miss Plendl, Mrs. John Coppock and Mrs. Suhr. Ina Rae Anthony and Bonnie Gray reported on the 1974 convention held in Waterloo March 16-17. The annual city banquet is set for Wednesday, May 8, at the Red Carpet. A 6 p.m. cocktail party will precede the seven o'clock dinner. Sponsors are invited to the banquet which is under chairmanship of Mrs. David McHugh. A "hard times" theme is planned, and those attending may wear appropriate costumes. Tickets may be obtained from Mrs. Algene Snyder or Mrs. White. Mrs. Saylor announced that an Eager Beavers League meeting will be held after bowling next Wednesday night. Miss Anthony spoke concerning the summer league, which will be starting within the next few weeks. Women interested may contact her or the Carroll Bowl. P ILLOW CLEANING. American Legion Auxiliary. Arcadia Town Hall, Arcadia. Thurs., April 18. 9 to 4. Adv. 92nd Year Is Noted at Nursing Home The 92nd birthday of Mrs. Frances Wiskus was observed at a party Monday afternoon at the Perry Nursing Home. Hostesses were five of her daughters, Mrs. Elizabeth Riesenberg and Mrs. Mary Kirsch of Roselle, Mrs. Margaret Riesenberg of Carroll, Louise Wiskus of Bellevue and Mrs. Bernadine Miller of Booneville, Mo.; and a niece, Sr. Caroline Kirsch of Bellevue. Also present besides other nursing home residents were Mrs. Wiskus' brother, Henry Steffes of Halbur; her sister, Mrs. Kate Starman of Roselle; and a sister-in-law, Mrs. Anna Steffes of Carroll. Another daughter, Mrs. Paul Daniel of Ames, was with her on Easter. Birthday cake and ice :ream were served. Mrs. Wiskus was born at Roselle April 17,1882. 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The bride-elect was graduated from Kuemper High School, Carroll, and is employed by DiMura's Auto Rebuilders, Inc., Middlesex, N.J. Her fiance attended Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Science and St. Joseph's College, Philadelphia, Pa. He is the vice president of Tizon Chemical Corporation, Metuchen, N.J. A June 8 wedding is planned. Wades Give Personals- Program at Newman Club Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Wade were guests at the Monday night meeting of Newman Study Club and presented a program about Andrew Wyeth. Seventeen members met at the home of Mrs. D. J. Casey. The program included a film from the Carroll Public Library. It was noted that Wyeth's father was a painter, as is his son Jamie, whose style is similar to his. The yearbook theme quotation for the program was ".. .it is given to nearly everyone to cultivate a taste for art; only it must be cultivated with earnestness. The more things thou learnest to know and to enjoy, the more complete and full will be for thee the delight of Hying." (Platen). Reports Given at Meeting Harold Bergman, Farm Bureau regional manager, reported to the Carroll County unit's board of directors Monday evening on the Farm Bureau FFA program on April 10 near Guthrie Center. He said the meeting and banquet were a success, with a good turn-out of FFA-boys and tepchers and Far.rn Bureau committee memb'ers. Bergman also stated that the Carroll County Farm Bureau is 70 over its membership goal. Members now number 1,281. Farm Bureau women's activities were reviewed by Mrs. Vernon Anthony, women's chairman. Their bake sale on March 29 was termed a success. Proceeds will be added to the scholarship fund. The foreign students smorgasboard was held on April 2 at the Farm Bureau meeting room. At the women's next meeting on May 7, nut cups will be made for area nursing homes. Larry Broich reported on the Farm Bureau membership trip to Washington, D.C. on March 18-21. He and his wife Phyllis met with senators and representatives and toured points of interest. The board's next meeting is tentatively set for May 20, depending upon how field work is progressing by then. Ann Chambers has returned to St. Paul, Minn., where she is a student at Macalester College, after spending ten days with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chambers. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Starman of Maquoketa came Saturday night for an Easter weekend visit with their mothers, Mrs. Catherine Starman and Mrs. Susan Nieland, and Mrs. Starman's grandmother, Mrs. J. J. Lappe. They came especially for an Easter dinner at Mrs. Starman's home, attended by all of her children and most of her grandchildren. Cemetery Unit Told of Hawaii ARCADIA — A program on Hawaii was presented by Mrs. Harvey Freese at the Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary meeting Arpil 8. She told about the Punch Bowl Cemetery at Honolulu and the Utah and Arizona Memorials she visited while on a recent trip there. A medley of Hawaiian songs was sung by Mrs. Henry Kasperson and Mrs. Wm. Jentzen, accompanied by Mrs. Freese. Lunch was served by Mrs. Leo Drees, Mrs. Robert Erps, Mrs. Minnie Ehlers and Leona Ehlers. Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 American Legion Juniors met after school Monday. Juniors and leaders Mrs. Lyie Vonnahme and Mrs. Warren Andersen were present. Presiding was vice-president, Dianna Badding. Washcloth Easter rabbits and baskets were made for the Veterans hospital. Work was begun on Mother's Day gifts. Lunch was served by Sherrie Hunter and Melanie Stobbers. Next meeting is May 7. EDUCATION GRADUATES Seven local students at Wayne State College, Wayne, Neb., received bachelor of arts degrees in education during srping commencement Monday. Donna Von Glan of Breda graduated cum laude with a 3.23 cumulative grade point average. Other graduates were Yvonne Brincks, Auburn; Roger Fuller, Carroll; Karen Brodersen, Eileen Mullen and LaJean Petersen, all of Denison; and Renae Godbersen, Odebolt. Calendar WEDNESDAY U.M.W. Circles: I and II, Methodist Church: III, Mrs. Max Reed; 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 THURSDAY — Trinity Guild, 10 a.m., Odella McGowan O.E.S. family potluck, 6:30 p.m., meeting 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers, Tony's Pateo Club, Elk's B.L.B.F. Club tour and 11:30 luncheon, Elk's Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS 8 C's Club, Mrs. Paul Venteicher E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Kenneth Dirkx L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ray Henkenius Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. 0. 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Two Omahans Give Program A program on automobile safety and emission controls and the energy crisis was presented at the Carroll Rotary Club meeting at Tony's Restaurant Monday night by two Omahans. Clark Peters arranged the program and introduced the speakers, Stewart Sigourney and Dwane Zenner, Oldsmobile district sales and service managers, respectively. As to energy, Sigourney said there are a great many sources yet to be developed as oil and natural gas supplies dwindle. The future holds great promise, he said, but development of alternative sources will take time. In the U.S. alone, he said, there are vast quantities of oil and gas that have not yet been discovered. There is plenty of coal in the nation — enough to last several hundred years — and he said this should be used whereever possible to ease the energy shortage, including gasification of coal. More sources of geothermal To Speak Vows . . . August 10 has been chosen as the date for the wedding of Candy Hobbs, daughter of Mrs. J. Leone Hobbs and the late Leone Hobbs, and Dwight Haggard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Haggard, all of Glidden. Both are students at the University of Iowa, where the bride-elect is finishing her studies for a master's degree in library science. She was affiliated with Kappa Kappa Gamma and Pi Lambda Theta sororities. The couple intends to make their home in California. To Observe Anniversary Mr. andMrs.CarlPischelof 217 East 12th Street. Carroll, will observe their 57th wedding anniversary on Thursday, April 18. No open house is planned, but friends are welcome to call at any time. Collison is New Director Richard VV. Collison of Carroll has been named to the Board of Directors of Continental Western Insurance Company, a subsidiary of Continental Western Industries, Inc. Collison is presently head of the Financial Services Division of Continental Western Industries, and president of Mid-States Enterprises, Inc. of Carroll, another subsidiary. power should be exploited, he added. Progress is taking place in the nuclear energy field and new sources such as hydrogen-based fuel and solar power will be further developed. The two men showed films on automobile safety and energy. The automobile film demonstrated the uses of the new air cushion restraint system which the men said would become the most widely-used safety feature in the near future, replacing the seat belt interlock system which has proved highly unpopular with many drivers. Guests at the meeting were Forrest Crawford of Evansville, Wis., father-in-law of Marion Benton, and Rotarian Dennis W. Hunt of Rock well City. Tom Chase announced that Sen. Jim Schaben of Dunlap will address the club Monday, April 29. Sunday is Special Day For Rainbow Sunday, April 21, has been designated as "Rainbow Sunday" by Assembly No. 50, Order of Rainbow for Girls. As a traditional activity, the girls will be attending church in a body, this year going to the 10 a.m. service at First United Methodist Church. They will assemble in the church fellowship hall at 9:45. The assembly met in regular session at 4 p.m. Monday in the Masonic Temple with Beth Peterson, associate advisor, presiding. In addition to planning for "Rainbow Sunday" the group discussed their May 4 visit to a local nursing home as the service project of the current worthy advisor, Maureen Ohde. Mrs. Cheryl Baughman of Newell, newly-appointed grand deputy, will be a visitor at the next meeting. May 6 at 7 p.m. To Marry ... Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Kelsey of Waxahachie, Tex., announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Cynthia Ann, to Steve Winker of Davenport, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Winker of Carroll. 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