Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 19, 1974 · Page 4
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Parents Unit to Expand its Membership Grades 1-6 in the Carroll Community Schools will be represented in the parents council, starting the next school year. Acting on requests by grade school teachers and parents, the council voted at their meeting Thursday night to expand their membership to the lower grades. The council agreed that parked cars along Main Street by the school make it difficult to see the stop signs and crosswalks. The discussion will be taken before the school board. Other traffic problems around the school weretalked.about. A parent-faculty committee was appointed to study the revision of the report card grading system. Mrs. Shirley Ann Dreessen discussed different ways of holding the school's prom in the future. Jewell Jung presided at the meeting. It was reported that the heads of the Midwest and Coon Valley Conference are writing letters to the state opposing schools playing on their home courts for tournaments. ON HONOR LIST Mark A. Prenger of Carroll was named to the honor list for the winter quarter at Mankato State College in Minnesota. He is a junior ai the college. Undergraduates qualify for the honor by earning a 3.5 to 3.99 average in at least 12 credit hours. Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Friday, April 19, 1974 *\ Gardening Is Theme at Pateo Club Small watering cans filled with seed packets, umbrellas and daisies decorated the tables for the monthly dinner meeting of the Pateo Club Thursday evening at the Elk's Club. Carol Ahmann and Mrs. Doran Brogden were the table committee. The group of 25 included Mrs. Ronald Kausak of Minneapolis, a guest of her mother, Mrs. Elmer Schroeder. In the business meeting it was decided that future meetings will be held at Tony's Restaurant. Announcement was made of the Artist's Tea to be held April 24 at 2 p.m. at the Elk's, sponsored by the Friends of Churchmen Hear Dr. Kuker Dr. Leo Kuker spoke on abdominal surgery at the Methodist Men's meeting at the North Side shelter house at Swan Lake State Park on Thursday night. New officers for the 1974-75 year were introduced. They are Jerry Hackett. president; Bill Goodwin, vice president; Roger Trachsel. secretary; and Merle Schnell. treasurer. Devotions were given by Don Jones, and Lloyd Kline presided. A steak dinner was served. Meetings will resume in September. the Carroll Public Library and featuring Mrs. Horace Strong of Des Moines in the art of Rosemaling. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. Cecil Menke, high; Gayle Schleisman, second; Mrs. Harvey Fleshner. third: and Mrs. Don Derner, low. The next meeting date is May 16. Volunteer Poll Workers May Be Employed Under an election bill passed by the legislature this week all school districts and cities of 3500 or less population may use volunteer poll workers at elections starting later this year. Rep. W. R. Ferguson (R-Glidden), cautioned, however, that schools and towns which wish to use volunteer poll workers must submit to the county auditor a list of those willing to serve as a volunteer on the election board by Friday, May 3, of this year. This volunteer provision was added to the bill, Ferguson said, so that schools and towns could reduce their election costs if they wish to use (and can find) volunteer workers. However, to avail themselves of this provision of the bill, schools and.towns must have their list in the office of the county auditor by May 3. Don 9 ! Dig into Underground Phone Cables "Don't, give us a break" Northwestern Bell is asking Carroll residents who dig near underground telephone cables. Warmer weather brings increased digging and construction activity and all too often, buried cable cuts as well. Wayne Weeks, telephone company manager, says cable cuts can be easily prevented. "We have a number of buried cable routes in the Carroll area," he notes. "Many cables are indicated by warning signs, but the signs don't show the exact location. Unless we're contacted first, someone could easily dig up these cables." Weeks stresses that when a buried telephone cable is cut, phone service to homes and businesses could be disrupted over a wide area. Long distance calling and even network radio and TV could be affected. "If a calling emergency came at that point," he says, "the result could be tragic." But there's a simple preventive measure. "Just dial 'Operator' and ask for •Zenith 2345'," says Weeks. "It's in the call-guide of the telephone directory. There is no charge for the call. One of our employees will come out and show you where these important cables are." Afford to spring for summer with penney savings. Guild Holds April Meeting Trinity Guild of Episcopal Churchwomen met Thursday morning at the home of Odella McGowan. Mrs. J.D. Moore presented devotions, using the Ressurrection story as her theme. As vice president, she also conducted the monthly business session. Plans were made for the spring rummage sale tp be held in the church undercroft Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. until noon. On May 16 the Guild will have a potluck luncheon at Mrs. James Copeland's home in Jefferson. OES Votes To Change Its Meetings Members of Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, meeting in regular session Thursday night at the Masonic Temple, voted to change the meeting nights to the first Monday of each month instead of the present third Thursday. The new schedule will start in June. Mrs. Robert McDonald and Clifford Mason presided as worthy matron and patron. It was announced that a film on the Eastern Star Home at Boone will be shown at the next meeting, on May 16. The coin march collection was for the benefit of the cancer fund. Mrs. Glennie Prince, secretary, has announced that effective immediately the practice of sending postcard meeting notices to all members is being discontinued because of postage costs. The meeting was preceded by a 6:30 family potluck dinner. Mrs. H.F. Pfiester. Mrs. Robert Woodhouse and Mrs. Allen Anneberg were the committee and provided the dessert. 20% off girl's knit tops and shorts. Toddlers' playwear sale. Reg. 80c to 4.19. 20 per cent savings on toddler sized jeans, pants and tops Fabrics include polyester, cotton, denims and blends. Select from a variety of colors in solids and prints! Sizes for infants included Ree. 2.59 to 6.50. Lots of tops and shorts for girls at big savings. Styles include crew, scoop.short sleeves and tie-backs. In polyesters, knits. Jean shorts and colorful knit shorts Polyesters cottons, and blends. Many solids and prints Sizesfor4-6xand7-l-t Family canvas shoe sale. 2O% Off All Canvas Shoes. Sale 3 19 Reg. 3.99. Cap loo siif.'iiknr lor children. An cooled cotton duck uppors, cushion insole, rubber oulsolc and loxing. Niivy or red. Sizes 4-12. Reg. 5.99. Men s. boys', youths' Basket hall shoe ol cotton duck, molded rubber outsole and ventilation holes between stripes Assorted colors Reg. 5.99. Men's women's, boys' boat oxfords ol heavy weave cotton duck with cushion insole and arch support. Navy or while. ' Sale prices effective thru Sunday. JCPenney We know what you're looking for. OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES TILL 9 - SUNDAYS 1 to 5 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Men., Tun., Thun., $«f. 9:00-9:00 Wed. * Fri. 1:00-S:00 Sunday WomenEntertain TheirCardGroups Calenda r FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY- Holy Spirit Women's Guild County Legion Auxiliary. Glidden Round Table, 6:30 p.m.. Elk's Club Girl Scout Leaders annual meeting Rebekah Lodge Challengers. Mrs. Glennie Prince W.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Bunger Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Darwin Petersen , Tuesday- Chapter EB. P.E.O.. Mrs. A. J. Hjelle Epsilon Sigma Alpha. Mrs. Norman Bluml Double Four, Mrs. Zita Hulsebus J.L.C., Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Golden Circle bridge Pla-Mor, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Anderson F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Ruth Vanderheiden Honorettes, Mrs. David McHugh Jollyettes, Mrs. James Neil B.F.F. Club. Mrs. Merle Vetter E.S. P. Club, Mrs. G. W. Harnack Newcomers coffee, 9:30 a.m., Court House. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan entertained the E.B.C. CLUB at her home Thursday evening. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Ray Riesberg, high; Mrs. Jack Kasperbauer, second; and Mrs. Clair Otto, low. Mrs. Joe Dalhoff will have club next, May 16. The TRIPLE C Club has its last bridge party of the season Thursday night at Mrs. William Hammen's home. Mrs. Andy Carruthers received high score prize; Mrs. WilliamSiepker, second; and Mrs. Jack Fleskes, low. Another group that ended its current series Thursday night was the N.B.C. CLUB, at Mrs. Cyril Schulte's home. Mrs. Elmer Wille was an additional guest. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Philip Renze, high; the hostess, second; and Mrs. Jerome Schenkelberg, third. The EIGHT O'CLOCK Club was entertained by Mrs. 0. H. Juergens at the Country Club Thursday. Following dinner, the evening was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. Felix Langenfeld, the hostess and Mrs. Vic Olerich winning prizes. Mrs. Karl Hoffman will be hostess next, May 2. Winning pairs at the Thursday morning meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room included Mrs. Harold Tuvell and Mrs. Donald Karn of Lake City, first; Mrs. Clark Peters and Mrs. Ralph Crane, second; Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City and Mrs. Gary Fahan of Yetter. third; Mrs. Art Tiefenthaler of Breda and Mrs. Dennis Huegerich, fourth. The club will play again on May 2. Mrs. Clarence Loneman entertained the NEW DEAL Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Receiving bridge prizes were Mrs. Louis Schoofs. Mrs. Matt Hugeback, Mrs. Edward Wieland and Mrs. Louis Hannasch. On May 2 the club will meet with Mrs. Joseph Wittry. All members attended the Thursday evening party of the L. OR L. CLUB at the home of Mrs. Ray Henkenius. Canasta was played and Mrs. Frank Wegner's birthday was noted. High score prize went to Mrs. Reynold Groth and low, to Mrs. Wegner. The next hostess will be Mrs. Joe Hoelscher. on May 16. Meeting for bridge Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Dirkx in Breda were members of the FURNITURE CENTER • QUALITY FURNITURE • WIDE SELECTION • LOWER PRICES » FREE DELIVERY OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. PRENGER FURNITURE West Hwy. 30, Carroll C.C.C. CLUB. The hostess won high score prize. Second went to Mrs. Don Derner. an additional guest; and low, to Mrs. William McCarville. The next party will be May 16 at the home of Mrs. Dwight Fiscus. The DELTA DEK Club met for bridge Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Frank Bielmaier, with Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier, Mrs. Ed Schroeder and Mrs. Leonard Connors as guest players. Prize winners were Mrs. Schroeder, Mrs. Lambert Thelen and Mrs. Connors. The next meeting date is April 30. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan entertained the PLAYERS 8 Club and another guest. Mrs. Gene Grethen, at her home Tuesday. At the close of the evening of bridge, the hostess won high prize; Mrs. Robert Overmohle, second, and Mrs. Grethen, low. Mrs. Linus Goblirsch will have the next party, April 30. The F.N.W. EUCHRE Club met at the home of Mrs. Margaret Sapp Tuesday evening. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Harry Laurinat, a guest, and Mrs. Ed Hannasch. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Mrs. Hugo Wessling won second high and Mrs. Leo Augustine kept the traveling prize. Mrs. Wessling will entertain next, April 30. Mrs. Leo Berning of Arcadia was hostess to the H.N.H. CLUB Tuesday evening at her home. Winners of the bridge prizes were Mrs. Elmer Bedford, high; Mrs. Robert Schweers, second; and Mrs. Art Diers, third. Mrs. Diers will have the next party. May 7. Newcomers Mrs. Michael Circle-man was elected president of the Newcomers Club at the group's April dinner meeting Thursday night ;it Tony's Restaurant. Other new officers are Mrs. Rudy Alison, vice president; Mrs. Richard LeValley, secretary; and Mrs. Tom Twit, treasurer. The new slate will serve for one year. Thirty women were seated at tables decorated with flowers and vegetables, carrying out a gardening theme. Tin 1 door prize was presented to Mrs. Marvin Doty, outgoing president. Mrs. Joe Gorman was chairman of the table committee, assisted by Mrs. Gary E. Bowman, Mrs. Guy Hoard and Mrs. Robert Jensen. Gu e s t s attending Newcomers for the first lime were Mrs. Ron Ilansen and Mrs. Clara Met/. Mrs. Mark Blanshan and Mrs. Tim Vermillion were second-time guests; Mrs. I-'red Heiencman and Mrs. Mike Keating were third-time guests who now are members. Cards were played following the business meeting. Bridge winners were Mrs. Rod Sefnett. high, and Mrs. Tom Wandel. low. Mrs. Gary Bluhm won high and Mrs. Carl Stukenholl/.. low. in court whist. The next meeting will be at Tony's May IB. when the table committee will include Mrs. Twit, chairman; Mrs. Wandel, Mrs. G ret eman and Mrs. Bernard J. Schenkelberg. BAKI-: SALK — Sat.. Aor. 20 — 9 A.M. — WcstRate Mall. Carroll. Spons. by Holy Family Parish, Lidclcrdalc Adv. YOUR LUXURIOUS, NEW./V" CAPRI/- LAKE CITY NOW THRU TUESDAY April 23rd Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. at 2:00 3 BOYS WANTED TO BE LIKE THEIR HERO HARRY SPIKES or ALIVE! The Spikes STARS OF "SUMMER OF 42"and "AMERICAN GRAFFITI- MARVIN, GARY GRIMES, RON HOWARD 3 BOYS - 1 LEADER - 4 OUTLAWS 5th Annual Sidewalk Art Fair in Carroll Saturday, April 27 Rain or Shine Displays of Art Exhibitors from throughout 3 states will be shown under the canopies of the Carroll Business District. Exhibitors will be showing: Acrylics — Oils — Prints — Sketches — Water Colors, and 3-dimension (sculpture, pottery, ceramics, etc.) T Selected Artwork will be judged by Student and Adult Divisions. Most Artwork displayed will also be offered for sale. Entry blanks and rules available from the sponsor: CARROLL CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Box 307, Carroll, Iowa 51401

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