Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 23, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, April 23, 1974
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Church Guild Has Musical Entertainment Students of Holy Spirit grade school entertained about 100 members of Holy Spirit Women's Guild with musical selections at the Guild's monthly meeting Monday night in the parish auditorium. The program included violin ensembles and piano solos by Kristie Tigges, Teri Langenfeld, Beth Roiger and Gail Reicks. Sr. Caroline Schumacher arranged for her students' program. During the business meeting, presided over by Mrs. Cletus Windschitl, the Guild voted $100.00 to be sent to Vietnamese orphanages in conjunction with the Diocesan Council of Catholic Women's project. In other business, the churchwomen were reminded of the CCW convention in Fort Dodge, April 26. Reports were given on the quilting program given recently by the quilting circle, sponsored by the County Extension office. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., spoke to the group concerning the present church ENDS TUESDAY At 7:00 1 9:OO Pl.M. The "• Spikes Gang STARTS WEDNESDAY April 24th Evei. at 7:00 t 9:00 a BEDFORD TOGETHER! Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, April 23, 1974 season following Easter. He noted is a time of rejoicing and renewal and should inspire and strengthen us to become involved in doing something special for the church. He encouraged new ideas as necessary for the vitality of parish life. The oroeram and business meeting followed a 6:30 potluck supper served by Mrs. Donald Nieland and Colette Stork and their committee. The meeting had a dish towel admittance fee, as members brought dish towels to be used for Guild'projects. Mrs. Harold Danner was introduced as a new member. The" next meeting date is Miiy20. • •-' • Play Bridge AtG.N.O. Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg entertained the G.N.O. Club at her home Monday evening. Bridge was played, with Mrs. Wilbert Lussman winning high score prize: Mrs. Art Bruch Jr., second; and Mrs. Glett Leiting, third. Mrs. Duane Schroeder will have the next party, May 6. Bride-elect Is Honored Mrs. Bill Bauer, Mrs. Daryl O'Tool arid Dianne Reiling gave a bridal shower for Mary Reiling Sunday afternoon at the John Hoogestraat home. Mis6 Reiling will marry Art Renze in a May 4 ceremony at St. Lawrence Church. Corsages were given to Miss Reiling and her mother, Mrs. Hoogestraat; the future groom's mother, Mrs. Elmer Renze; and the bride-elect's grandmother, Mrs. Catherine Reiling of Auburn. Entertainment included games, for which prizes were awarded. The hostesses served lunch. To Wed . . .Maxine Kay Mattingly of Minneapolis and Richard Francis Wendorff of Skakopee, Minn., are planning an August wedding. The bride-elect is a daughter of Mrs. George Yarbrough of Council Bluffs and the late Orville Mattingly, and a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Farrell of Carroll. She is a medical secretary at the Evans-Reiley Clinic in Minneapolis. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wendorff of Jordan, Minn., is a press operator with Owens-Illinois Company at Shakopee. Last Party for Card Club Mrs. Darwin Petersen was hostess for the Q.B.C. Club's last party of the season Monday evening, entertaining members and two other guests, Mrs. Cecil Menke and Mrs. Harvey Fleshner, at her home. High score bridge prize was Awarded to Mrs. Menke and .ow, to Mrs. Doris Snyder. IN ROCHESTER Mrs. Lawrence Bruch of Carroll is a patient in Room 534 A, Methodist Hospital, Rochester , Minn. She underwent hip surgery April 16 and expects to be hospitalized about five weeks. spurgeons fabricadabra! Like Magic-All Our Doubleknits 207oOFF! THIS WEEK ONLY Reg. 2.99-4.99 Every polyester doubleknit, every acrylic doubleknit ... In solids, fancies, jacquards, crepe stitches and more! 54-60" wide — for dresses, pantsuits, all- weather coats, kid stuff! All washable, no iron! Sew and. save! Sew It Up with a Spurgeon's Charge! 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Entertainment featured vocal selections by Mrs. Norman Fletcher, Mrs. Russell Wunschel and Mary Gaffney, with Mrs. David Collison as pianist. The program closed with group singing of "Let There Be Peace on Earth". The party was in charge of the program committee, Mrs. Thomas M. Gaffney, Mrs. H. K. Richardson and Mrs. Darrell Sunderman. Officers for the 1974-75 club year will be Mrs. Gaffney, president; Mrs. Homer Skinner, vice president; and Mrs.. Jerry Wilson, s e c r e t a. r y -1 r e a s u r e r. Out-going president is Mrs. Lambert Winnike. Mrs. Skinner, Mrs. John Gnam and Mrs. Leo Fitzpatrick comprise the 1974-75 program committee, AudubonWoman Is YWCA Head : AUDUBON — Mrs. Andrew Hofer of Auduboh, long active in Young Women's Christian association activities, has been elected president of the newly-formed Council of Iowa Town and Country Registered YWCA Groups, Inc. She was named to head the state organization at the close of the recent Iowa Town and Country YWCA meeting in Des Moines. Program theme for the meeting, ''Rights and Wrongs." was carried out by the Audubon, Perry, and Earlham Y-Teen clubs, which are sponsored by YWCA. Representing Audubon at a planning meeting in Perry were Gayle Paske, Mary Giles, Joni Petersen, and Mrs. Hofer, The Audubon club headed the planning. Joni Petersen took part in a panel discussion on ethnic issues during the state meeting. Members'of the state council which Mrs. Hofer heads include Mrs. Deane St. Peter of Audubon. and Joni Petersen, who is the daughter of the Russell Petersen's of Kimballton. Vandi'rhoicleri Studio Photo . On Wedding Trip ... Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nees are on a week's honeymoon through Colorado arid Kansas, after which they will reside on Route 2, Carroll. They are shown following their April • 20 wedding at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. Mrs. Nees is the former Donna Wiederien, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wiederien; the groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nees. All are of rural Carroll. Give Shower for Bride-elect ARCADIA — Deb Bohnenkamp and Jan Daniel, both of Omaha, hosted a bridal shower for Cheri Klocke, also of Omaha, at the former's home in Arcadia Sunday afternoon. Corsages were presented to the bride-elect and her mother, Mrs. Wilbur Klocke, and to her fiance's mother, Mrs. Richard Collison. Twenty guests participated in bridal games before Miss Klocke opened her gifts. Lunch was served with Mrs. Collison and Mrs. Klocke presiding at the coffee service and punch bowl, respectively. The gift and buffet tables were decorated in pink and white. Miss Klocke will marry Mark Collison on May 25 at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Personals- Mrs. Helen Rose of Carroll, in company with Helen and Ray Rhynsburger of Paton. aiMMfe. Louis^Cdigyi^f and, Rag&p-'P 1 umel$ of-':Ackerly, Tex., have retifrned home after a month's tour of Australia, New Zealand and the Fiji Islands. The group also made brief visits in Tahiti. Honolulu and Los Angeles, Calif. Scout Heads Gain Office, Win Awards Mrs. Howard Drees of Carroll and Mrs. Janet Stock of Lake View were installed as vice president and board member at large, respectively, during the Lakota Girl Scout Council annual meeting Monday night at the Webster City Country Club. Other new board members are Mrs. Marta Kramer and Clarence Babock of Fort Dodge, Mrs. Jane Palmer of Milford, and two Senior Girl Scouts. Janet Lyman of Fort Dodge and Ann Pritchard of Storm Lake. Mrs. Donald ; Holland of West Bend was named a nominating committee member. Thanks badges, the highest honor an adult in Girl Scouts can receive, were awarded to Mrs. Donald Jones of Carroll, Mrs. John Clapper of Auburn, Mrs. Doris Bonnstetter of Fort Dodge and Mrs. Susan Young of Storm Lake. Nearly 100 Girl Scout officers, board members and volunteers of the council attended the meeting and participated in a discussion on "Ordering of Values," led by Alice McM.ann, Council advisor from Kansas City. During the business session, conducted by Mrs. Phyllis Wood of Webster City, council president, by-laws were revised and reports made, in addition to elections. • -.- • Other delegates and guests attending from Carroll were Mrs. Kenneth Suhr, Mrs. Ron Macke, Mrs. Guy Hoard, and Mrs. William Heller. Card Group Has Meeting The W.B.C. Club met for bridge Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Darwin Bunger, with Mrs. John Vermilyea as an additional guest. Score prizes were given to Mrs. Robert Christensen, high; Mrs. Richard Daniel, second; and Mrs. Vermilyea, low. Mrs. Christensen was co-hostess and will have the next party at her home on May 20.. . •'••:"' Open House For Hoffmans The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman of Carroll will be observed -at an open house at Tony's Restaurant Saturday, April 27. . All relatives and friends are invited to attend the event in the Fireside Room, from 7:30 until 10p.m. 2 *5 prs. *9 Extra-Wide Tiers Reg. 2.79 80x24 or Reg. 2.89 80x36. . 2 prs. $5 Reg. 1.79 valance 1.50 Reg. 3.79 topper . .3.50 Dacron* polyester tiers are washable, quick drying. White, antique gold, olive or pumpkin. Multi-Color Tiers Reg. 2.99 60x36 2 prs. $5 Reg. 1.99 valance .1.50 Reg. 3.99 topper . .3.50 Dacron* polyester floral flock- print tiers. Washable, quick drying, fast'colors. Gold, pumpkin, green or pink. Volunteens Get Service Awards Junior Volunteens received awards for serving at St. Anthony Regional Hospital and Nursing Home during a dinner in their honor Monday night at the hospital cafeteria. Previously, the Volunteens were recognized during the spring meeting of their sponsor, the Hospital Auxiliary. Most of the approximately 60 .seventh grade through senior girls in the organization attended the dinner. After the meal, Mrs. L. A. (Jack) Smith/head of the Auxiliary's Voiunteen committee, introduced Robert Blincow, Hospital administrator, Dr. Robert Christensen, chief of staff, Mrs. Myrna Snyder, director of education, Mrs. Wanda Stephenson, nursing home supervisor, and Mrs. John Whaley, Auxiliary president. Each spoke briefly. Mrs. Smith presented the awards. Receiving 200-hour pins were Nancy Brincks, Debbie Broich, Bonnie Brown, Doris Hoffman, Peggy Juergens, Vickie Nelson and Doris Seidl. Auxiliaries Entertained AtGlidden - G;LIDDEN — American Legi&n Auxiliaries of Carroll Coirnty held their April meeting at the Legion hall Monday evening, with the Glidden unit as hostess. Mrs/' Norbert Meiners of Dedham, county president, reported on the recent spring conference held in Carroll and read communications from the Iowa Department. Reports were given by all county units except Coon Rapids. Si'xty-three Auxilians registered for the meeting; the attendance prize went to the^Carroll unit with a '12-member delegation.' Weitl of Dedham ; r reeeived the door prize. ••' -RMth Davidson and Lois Garlock were flag bearers and Betty Thede was chaplain. Pianist was Margaret Thede. Tli'e hostess unit served lunch 1 from a table decorated with poppies and spring flowers. Mrs. Meiners poured coffee. Entertainment included guitar and vocal selections by Jan Bussert and Larie Heinen, a humorous reading by Phyllis Peters and poetry reading by JoAnn Wiederin. New County Auxiliary officers will be installed at the next meeting, May 29 at Arcadia. Fifty-hour patches were earned by Christy Bliss, Laureen Boes, Pat Fay, Annie Frank, Bonnie Goetzinger, Beth Happe, Pat Heithoff, Donna Irlmeier, Peg Irlmeier, Kaylene Lenz, Sheryl Ohde, Gail Oswald, Carla Rupiper, Cathy Schmitz, Renee Schiltz, Donna Seidl, Peggy Singsank, Gina Snyder, Tammy Snyder, Connie Staley, Cathy Sondegroth, Caroline Wernimont and Patty Wolterman. Pins for serving 100 hours were presented to Laurie Beckman, Beth Happe, Joyce Harmon, Joleen Heinrichs, Gloria Heithoff, Kathy Danzer, Valerie Johnson, Joni Suhr, Pam Schenkelberg, Diane Kasperbauer, Shirley Klindt, Joan Nagl, Karleen Nieland, Jenny Riesberg, Mary Riordan, Kathy Rupiper, Karen Thede and Terry Weitl. Mrs. Whaley announced that the Auxiliary would sponsor some of the girls in the American Lung Association's walk-a-thon in Carroll on May 4. Nine Volunteens will represent the Auxiliary in the walk. Calendar WEDNESDAY- Friends of Library Artist's Tea, 2 p.m., Elk's Club Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Robert Pudenz Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Albert Janssen Toastmistress, Derby UPW Circles: Morning, Mrs. John Grey; Afternoon, Church; Evening, Mrs. Robert. Woodhouse. G.T.O.B. Club. Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Clarence Brinker Golden Circle euchre Variety Club, Mrs. uerald Tigges THURSDAY— Clio Club, Presbyterian Church undercroft Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Art Hulsing New Bidders, Mrs. Tom Kruse F. 0. B. Club, Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh Finessettes, Mrs. Tom Wandel T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Fred Deierling 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Paul Schechinger Carroll County Democratic Women, 7 p.m. Saunder's Cafe, Manning vspurgeons Draperies of Celanese -".*• 48x63 48x84 999 96x84 199 144x84 3399 . ••' :.:;:!•.•;•.•- • ,.'•• ••i".'\ •• Washable Delta drapery of Celanese* acetate with contemporary two-tone effect because fibers are;OT0&s''dyed. 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