Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 25, 1974 · Page 4
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Recital at Holy Spirit at 8 Tonight Music students of Si Carolyn Schumacher of Holy Spirit Convent and Gail Reicks will present a recital at 8 p.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit School auditorium. The public is invited. The program will begin with two selections by the instrumental ensemble. The ensemble consists of Maureen Nurse, Jaync Staley. Martha Wtndschitl, Joan Nagl. Kathy Schumacher. Rosemary Drapcho, Julie Bell. Kristen Fee, Mary Hoffman. Teri Langenfeld. Jane Brenny. Lucia Collison and Gretchen Beiter. Piano solos will be given by Renee Langenfeld. Julie Gross. Gretchen Beiter. Rachel Roiger, Lucia Collison. Julie Tigges and Gail Reicks. Other piano students performing will be Theresa Schumacher. Michelle Daniel! 1 , Gretchen Windschitl. Ann Staley, Mary Fran Beiter. Traci Langenfeld. Bob Gross, Joe Minnehan, Nick Collison. Chuck Collison. Russell NOW THRU TUES Eves. 7:00 - 9:05 Sun Mot. 2:00 P.M STREISAND a BEDFORD TOGETHER! THE WAY Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, April 25, 1974 Tigges. Paula Daniels. Jemma Kbner. Marita Beth Schumacher. Gretchen Beiter. Ann Kalkhoff. Carla Kennebeck. Lisa Langenfeld. Ten Langenfeld. Beth Roiger and Kristie Tigges. Piano duets will be presented by Bob and Julie Gross. Nick and Chuck Collison. Mary Fran and Gretchen Beiter. Other solos will be given by David Kalkhoff. trumpet: Martha Windschitl and Gretchen Beiter. flute, and Jane Brenny. Rosemary Drapcho. Terri Langenfeld and Julie Bell, violin. The Langenfelds will perform a violin duet. Two other violin duets will be presented by Krislen Fee and Mary Hoffman and Michele Kerwin and Gail Reicks. Ram on a and Monica Simons will perform a clarinet duet. Guest soloist will be Mrs. David Collison on violin, accompanied by Kathryn Chapman, pianist. Mrs. Collison will also perform with Lucia Collison in a violin duet. Classical pieces will also be given by Violin Classes I and II. Members of class I are Julie Be!!, Rosemary Drapcho. Kristen Fee. Mary Hoffman, and Teri Langenleld. Class II includes Jemma Ebner, Teri Heithoff. DeAnn Irlbeck. Kay Johnson, Helen Julich. Ann Kalkhoff. Lori Kraus. Lisa Langenfeld. Michelle McDermott. Jane Roiger. Cheryl Schneider and Beth Wolterman. Accompanists for various selections will be Kathryn Chapman. Michele Kerwin. Gail Reicks, Julie Tigges. Beth Roiger, Kristie Tigges. and Lisa Langenfeld. Calendar THURSDAY— Clio Club, Presbyterian Church undercroft DATE TIME . . Make Us Your Snack Stop Whether you \\anl a whole meal, snack or a cup of coffee. Stop in ... we're glad to see you. PAULINE'S DINING ROOM AVAILABLE Phone 792-910! Lisa Chase Wins First in Poster Contest Lisa Chase, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas E. Chase of 234 West 21st Street. Carroll, has won first prize in the Carrol] finals of the 1974 Correct Posture Poster Contest, it was announced Thursday. The competition, sponsored by the Iowa Chiropractic Society is designed to give recognition to students in the fifth and sixth grades for their interest in correct posture and their ability to communicate the benefits of good posture through posterization of the theme. It is held in conjunction with the observance in May of "Correct Posture Month". The judges of the local contest were: Dr. G. E. Mcllrath of Lake City and Dr. R. T. Donovan of Jefferson. Other winners were: second place. Thomas Steenson. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Steenson of 1818 Benjamin Street. Carroll and third place. Trent Steffen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Steffen of 1611 Salinger Ave., Carroll. The winning poster now will be eligible for juding in the Iowa State Posture Poster Contest — and the State winner then will be entered in National competition. 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 FRIDAY— DCCW convention, Starlite Inn, Ft. Dodge. Golden Circle pinochle Friday Contract Club. 1:30 p.m..Mrs. Lloyd Booth SATURDAY— Spring Dance. Country Club, 9p.m. DAR. Jean McNaught. Glidden Golden Circle SUNDAY— Wa-tan-ye district convention, 12:30 p.m., Methodist Church MONDAY— Hospital Auxiliary general meeting, 6:30 p.m. potluck, St. Lawrence cafeteria No\v WHERE did I put that receipt? If she'd paid by Check, the receipt would always be among her cancelled checks. A good reason to have a Checking Account. Special Each deposit Iniured to ?20,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Rosemaiing . . .Mrs. Horace Strong of Des Moines. right, demonstrated techniques of rosemaiing during the Friends of the Library artist tea in her honor Wednesday at the ballroom of the Elks building. Here. Mrs. Strong and Mrs. Robert Ware. left, disolav rosemaiing items, which are wooden pieces painted in stylistic old Norwegian designs. Mrs. Ware was in charge of the exhibit table. Show Rosemaiing At Artist's Tea A rosemaler from Des Moines. Mrs. Horace Strong, demonstrated techniques of her art before a group of about 125 women at an artist's tea held at the main ballroom of the Elks building Wednesday afternoon. The tea was sponsored by the Friends of the Public Library to emphasize the Carroll library during National Library Week. Mrs. Homer Skinner, club president, said. Mrs. Strong spoke on the history and qualities of rosemaiing before giving the demonstration. The craft originated in Norway as carvings on wood. Later, the carvings were-painted, until rosemaiing developed into painting the stylized motifs .directly onto flat wooden surfaces. The traditional flower motifs are shaped in strokes similar to C's and S's. The flowers must be outlined and certain types of brushes and paints are used. Mrs. Strong then painted a rosemale design on a narrow strip of wood. She used primary colors, mixing them as needed for different shades. Once a piece is completed, the artist applies a protective finish. Mrs. Strong is well known in the state as an instructor and demonstrator of the old Norweigian art form. She has taught adult education classes in Des Moines and Ames and teaches other groups regularly. Her exhibits have been shown at art and craft festivals all over Iowa. An art table with rosemaiing objects previously prepared by the artist was exhibited during the tea. Another table was set up displaying books on rosemaiing and other crafts available at the Carroll Public Library. In addition to these books, the library has six portfolios of rosemaiing designs which will be loaned to any resident of the county. Gordon Wade, head librarian, also announced at the tea that the new library should be in operation by the first of the year. Members of Friends of the Library helping at the event were Mrs. John H. Fortune, hostess: Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, tea table, Mrs. Vincent Koenig. tickets: Mrs. Robert Ware, exhibit table, and Mrs. Merle Dahn. membership table. Tea and coffee were served 1 after the presentation. Mrs. Wade poured. The door prize. a rosemaiing pin. was won by Mrs. H. T. Carver. AFRICAN SLIDES Mr. and Mrs. Max H. Reed showed slides of western, southern and eastern Africa during a joint meeting of the junior and senior UMYF groups at the church Wednesday night. The slides included shots of a safari that the Reed's participated in. Afterwards, the couple displayed some African artifacts. A total of 27 youth members attended, along with nine advisors, counselors and guests. Penny Schroeder preceded the program with devotions. The senior group discussed work projects at a business meeting later. A council meeting is scheduled for Sunday night. Zone Rally for LWML At Audubon A total of 164 women assembled at Trinity Lutheran Church near Audubon Wednesday for the spring rally of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League, Carroll Zone. Main speaker was the Rev. Fred Naumann of Seward. Neb., who has been professor of Old and New Testament at Concordia Laboratory School at Seward for eight years. He is director of Ambassadors for Christ program at Seward College. A graduate of Concordia Seminary. St. Louis. Mo., he served as a pastor for six years in South Dakota. He is the producer of Lutheran Tape Ministry. The Rev. Mr. Naumann addressed the convention during its morning session and also presented the Bible study in the afternoon. Mrs. Roberta Kreft, president of the Carroll Zone LWML, introduced the speaker and presided over the business meeting. Gifts were designated for the Lutheran Tape Ministry and International Mites. Recognized For Services The week of April 21-27 has been proclaimed by Gov. Robert D. Ray as Welcome Wagon week in Iowa for the many services the organization renders newcomers to Iowa. Carroll has a Welcome Wagon Club to assist area newcomers in becoming involved in civic projects. Officers include Mrs. Lawrence Clark, president; Mrs. Harold Van Zuiden, first vice president; Mrs. James Mann, second vice president; Mrs. Michael Greteman, treasurer; and Mrs. Dale Evert, historian. Mrs. Richard White and Mrs. Thomas Kruse are Carroll's Welcome Wagon • hostesses. Anniversary Is Observed The 57th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Wadle was observed Wednesday at their home in Carroll with their children present. Lunch was served at the close of the evening of visiting. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wiederien of Dedham, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Wadle of Fonda and Mr. and Mrs, Walter Nieland of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Wadle were married April 24, 1917, at Rosemount. oo EIGHT DAYS. SEVEN NIGHTS IN BEAUTIFUL HAWAII) It's a great vacation (or the money. Honolulu. Plus, Maui. Kona. And. Hilo. All in one memorable trip. Price includes Jet flights, hotel accommodations, sightseeing trips, transfers and baggage handling, taxes and service charges. It's convenient. You leave from Des Moines. It's traveling with people you know. Both your companions and your hosts are from Iowa. It makes sense. Forget the car, the gas problem and relax with us aboard a highflying charter jet. Yes, this Is the summer to treat yourself (and, your family) to a very special vacation by flying the "Iowa Special" to Hawaii. Now. Betore Ihe prices increase! Des Moines Departures June 11—June 25—. (check the date you prefer) Each flight limited to 250 persons. Space available on a first-lo-reserve basis. S75 deposit per person is required to secure reservations. Make all checks payable to: Hawaii Adventure ITC Acct. Name Street City FLY THE "IOWA SPECIAL" TO HAWAII James MacArthur, co-star of the popular Hawaii Flve-O television series, extends a special Invitation to summertime vacationers: "I I recently spent a week In Iowa, and am pleased to announce that I have joined Sollday's Holidays as Vice President of Hawaiian Operations. As one who live* In 'The Islands' and believes this Is one of the most beautiful places In the world, I'm happy to become a part ot an organization thai Is dedicated to offering the people ot the Midwest a wonderful Hawaii Travel Adventure ... at a very reasonable price. But, don't take my word for ft. Come see for yourselt . . . with Sollday's Holidays. You'll have the time of . your life!" JET CHARTER FLIGHTS DIRECT FROM DES MOINES NON-STOP TO HAWAII! To Marry ... Mr. and Mrs. Louis Starman of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Donna to Dick Irlbeck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Irlbeck of Templeton. The couple plans an Oct. 5 wedding at Holy Spirit Church. Jaycees Hold Driving Test Carroll Kiwanians at a meeting Wednesday night each drove a car around an obstacle course set up at the parking lot of the baseball field to determine their ability to evade hazards. The program on research in driver's education was arranged by Robert Witowski, Kiwanis member and driver education teacher at Carroll High School. Harold Frey presided during the business meeting, and a board meeting followed. Several members and their wives attended the charter night for the new Kiwanis club at Holstein on April 19. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Frey, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pinnow, Mr. and Mrs. Dick White. Lee Bratten and Lou Galetich. A Queen's Nile is scheduled for Mayl. VISUAL CLINIC The Carroll Optometric Society and the Carroll Jaycee-Ettes will sponsor a visual screening clinic from 8 a.m. to noon on April 27 at the Farm Bureau building for all children registered for kindergarten. There is no charge. Card Clubs Had Parties Wednesday Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier entertained the G.T.0.6. CLUB at her home. Four games of contract bridge were played during the afternoon, with Mrs. Fred Winthouser, Mrs. James Duncan and Mrs. Lillian Reinhart receiving score prizes. Mrs. Frank Bielmeier will have the next party, May8. The VARIETY Club met for an evening bridge party at Mrs. Gerald Tigges 1 home. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Darwin Teague; secona, Mrs. Merle Danner; and low, Mrs. Jerry Rolfes. On May 15 the club will meet with Mrs. John Bennett. Six t?bles were in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekl> euchre party at the clubrooms. For women, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders won high prize and Mrs. Frank Wegner and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger tied for second. Lawrence Hesslingh and John Mattes won men's high and second and the tally prize went to Leo Sellen. ' Meeting at Mrs. Clarence Brinker's home in the evening were members of the' FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club. After eight games of 500, prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Otto, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig, Mrs. Art Otto and' Mrs. Lester Schleisman. The next party will be at Mrs." George Otto's home, May 8. , Heinrichs Heads Jaycees The Carroll Jaycees elected officers at their meeting Wednesday night. Scott Heinrichs will head the group. Other officers are Daniel Quandt, first vice president; Bob Busche, second vice president; Mark Bauer, secretary; Algene Snyder, treasurer; and A. J. Puffett, state director. Installation will be held during the awards banquet at the Derby on May 25. Jim Steffes will contact the library board to volunteer the services of the Jaycees in transferring books to the new building when it is completed. A RANS6URG CREATION WOULDN'T MOM REALLY PREFER SOMETHING FROM •.fiRTH SHOPPE At FRANKS PLBG. & HTG. 309 N. Clark State Zip SOLIDAY'S HOLIDAYS INTERNATIONAL, LTD. 5875 Heur Drlve/Dea Moines, Iowa 515/285-7440 ••IM,I.IIIMCI tmsKtnmiiUHM mwm.M.fNi (J| 4 4-25-74 5th Annual Sidewalk Art Fair in Carrol! Saturday, April 27 »° - 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.) 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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