Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 26, 1974 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, April 26, 1974
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Variety of Lessons at UPW Circles The three circles of United Presbyterian Women held their monthly meetings throughout the day Wednesday, each having a different oroeram. "After Easter Thoughts" was the title of Mrs. Ralph Crane's lesson at the MORNING Circle's meeting at the home of Mrs. John R. Grey. Mrs. W. B. Wade of Minneapolis was an additional guest. Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg led the dedication of the least coin and Mrs. C. R. Thomas was devotional leader. Co-hostess was Mrs. R. K. Cooper. Members of AFTERNOON Circle met at the church, where Mrs. Archie Jones and Mrs. Harley Foreman were co-hostesses. The lesson. "Between Two Worlds", was given by Mrs. Glennie Prince and concerned the summer medical program regarding the Navajo Indians and the College of Ganado in Arizona. Mrs. James Cruchelow led the least coin meditation and Mrs. Deloss Garrett reminded the women that the least coin offering was started by a Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 26, 1974 group of women in the Philippines and has spread to include 70 countries. Mrs. F. F. Gruber gave devotions. Mrs. Joe Meinen was a guest. Fourteen members attended the meeting of EVENING Circle at the home of Mrs. Robert Woodhouse. whose co-hostess was Mrs. Helen Forbes. Mr. Woodhouse presented the program on "Facts Every Family Should Know''. pertaining' to funerals. Devptional leader was Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach. Mrs. John H. Fortune, circle chairman, was in charge of the least coin dedication. WIN SCHOLARSHIPS Patty Kitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kitt. and Barbara Pollastrini. daughter of Ido Pollastrini, both of Carroll, will receive scholarships for partial payment of tuition'for the 1974-"5 academic year at Mount Marty College. Yankton. S.D. The departmental scholarships are in art for Miss Kitt and oral communications for Miss Pollastrini. Laws Reform Discussed by Mrs. Garst Mrs. David Garst of Coon Rapids, candidate for the 55th representative district, was guest speaker at the'Carroll County Democratic Women's meeting Thursday night at Saunder's Cafe. Manning. Mrs. Garst stressed the need for reform in many present laws. If elected, the candidate said she would vote for these changes. Mrs. Garst told the women that she is campaigning strictly on her qualifications for the office. It was announced that a reception for all Democratic candidates, state and county, is planned'for sometime in May at the Carroll Country Club. Sens. Harold Hughes and Dick Clark, as well as John Culver, candidate for U.S. senator, are expected to attend. Mrs. Ralph Strohm, president, conducted the business session and Manning women served as hostesses, at the dinner meeting. Mrs. John Vanderheiden won the draw prize. The organization's next meeting will be held May 16 at the court house. Girl Stater . . . Marie Wiskus, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wiskus of Dedham has been named to attend Girls State by the American Legion Auxiliary. She is a junior student at Kuemper High School in Carroll, a member of the Ecology Club, was selected as an all-star in the Girls CYO basketball tournament and is a returning letterman on the Kuemper girls track team and a member of the mixed chorus. Our great spring white sale. Start with big savings on all our decorator sheets. 3 03 twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 3.79. Pretty Gingham Check muslins of long-lasting polyester/cotton. In a variety of popular colors. Machine wash, tumble dry. Comparable savings on other sizes. Pkg. of 2 pillow cases, reg. 3.29. Sale 2.63 Full size flat & fitted. Reg. 4.79. Sale 3.83 Sale 3 03 twin size, flat or fitted 2 77 Reg. 3.79. Parsienne is our charming polyester/cotton muslin bordered with roses. Choose from four lovely pastels on a white background. Pkg. of 2 pillow cases, reg. 3.29. Sale 2.63 Full size flat & fitted Reg. 4.79 Sale 3.83 Queen size flat & fitted Reg. 7.99 Sale 6.33 Queen size pillow cases Reg. 2/3.79 Sale 2/3.03 twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 3.49. Muslin sheets in solid decorator colors. They're long-wearing, easy- to-care-for polyester/cotton. Pkg. of 2 pillow cases, reg. 2.99. Sale 2.37 Full size flat & fitted Reg. 4.49 Sale 3.57 Sale 3 74 2 37 twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 2.99. Denim Calico muslin sheets of cotton/polyester. Machine wash, tumble dry. In four popular colors. Pkg. of 2 pillow cases, reg. 2.49, Sale 1.97 Full size flat & fitted Reg. 3.99 Sale 3.18 twin size, flat or fitted Reg. 4.99. Dimity percale sheets are cotton/polyester. Attractively decorated with small floral prints, and stripes. Machine wash, tumble dry. Pkg. of 2 pillow cases, reg. 4.19. Sale 3.14 Full size flat & fitted Reg. 5.99 Sale 4.64 JCPenney Area BSP Units Met At Denison m mm m m m. m mmmmm f*t<'jK/ ; J Epsilon Chi and Xi Gamma Pi chapters of Beta Sigma Phi sorority attended the 43rd 1 annual Founder's Day observance at Cronk's in ' Denison Thursday evening. i ; The local groups were joined by chapters from Atlantic, Harlan, Denison and Storm Lake. Following the banquet, the Founder's Day message was read. Written by Walter Ross III, president of Beta Sigma Phi International, it stressed the love and thoughtfulness that members show to one another. The theme for the coming year will be "Stairway to Happiness". Each chapter shared highlights of its year's activities. Speaking for Epsilon Chi was Mrs. Terronce Sexton and for Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Donald Hagedorn. At the close, the ritual of jew«is degree was conferred upon Mrs. Mike Benton, Mrs. Larry Fair, Mrs. Paul Haff, Mrs. James Mann and Mrs. James Myrtue, all of Epsilon Chi: Mrs. Charles Aylors, Mrs. Estherl.ine Blum, Mrs, Robert Kraus and Mrs. Bernard Wells of Xi Gamma Pi. In -the Carroll delegation were 14 from Xi Gamma Pi and 13 from Epsilon Chi. Communicant Is Honored LAKE CITY - A breakfast at Van's Cafe in Auburn Sunday honored Kevin Schumacher, son of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schumacher of Lake City, one of ten first communicants at St. Mary's Church in Auburn that morning. The Rev. Gerald Wingert officiated at the 9 a.m. mass. A decorated cake centered the table and Kevin received gifts. Special guests were his grandparents, the Jacob Schumachers of Lake City and James O'Tools of Auburn, and great-grandmother. Mrs. Frank Pudenz. His brothers and sisters. Kim, Brian, Danny and Shari were present as were other relatives from Omaha. Lake City. Lidderdale andSacCitv. To Present Piano Recital The piano students of Mrs. Allen N. Stroh will be presented in recital Sunday afternoon, April 28. at 2:30 at the vocal music room of Carroll High School. The public is invited to attend. Those performing include Steve Abbe, Lori Wunschel, Kay Lynn Houlihan, Tim Petersen v Kathryn Witt, Kristen Ann Witt, Linda Fiscus, Jodi Crouse, Steve Wunschel. Dee Ann Wunschel, Lori Koenig. Lisa Koenig. Shelly Hilsabeck. Trudi Foval, Teri Foval,' Pam Tenold, Karen Shettler. Bob Sh'ettler, Beth 1 McCarville, Beth Blohm, . Kathleen Spindler, Renee Crouse, Joan Lickteig, Tammy R Jordan, Jeff Fiscus, Lori Harmening and Pat Heider. American Legion Auxiliary Rummage Sale. May 1. Pickup , No. 792-9581. Legion Hall Downtown Carroll. Adv. STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Toes., Thurs., Sat. .... i. » IT-*- 9:00-9:00 Wed.4 Fri. We know what you re looking for. i :0 o-5 : oo Sunday OPEN WED.&FRI.NITES till 9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 For MOTHER Ring Style No. Set with radiant birth- Atones—one stone for I each member of the family. In precious lOkt. yellow or white gold. 50 $ 26 $3.00 additional for each birthstone LOEHR'S JEWELRY Westgate Mall Sign Lease — -Staff Photo Mrs. Virgil Baumhover, president of the Carroll County Historical Society, signed a three-year lease from the city of Carroll for the old public library building Thursday night. Standing behind Mrs. Baumhover is Emmett Lahr, Board of Directors Clubwomen Show China Painting Art Clio Club's last regular meeting of the current season was a guest day event Thursday afternoon in the United Presbyterian Church undercroft. The program featured a presentation on the art of china painting by Mrs. Carl Bauerle and Mrs. Merle Dahn, under the title "The Light of Creativity". Mrs. John H. Fortune, president, opened with devotions entitled "I Love Iowa". A report on the IFWC convention held April 15-17 in Cedar Rapids was given by Mrs. .John E. Martin. : who attended the meeting with Mrs. Fortune. Clio was recognized as the second oldest charter member club in Iowa. The convention went on record as favoring retention of the present mental health facilities in Iowa rather than one large facility as proposed. Ideas for new laws on child abuse also were presented at the state parley. "Do Husbands Help With the Housework" was the subject of "Sparks" from General Federation given by Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain. China plates, cups, saucers, lamps, tea sets and jewelry painted by Mrs. Bauerle and Mrs. Dahn were displayed. The two have been working together and attending painting classes at Drake University. They related class experiences and told of exhibits they have viewed. They also explained different types of china, paints and brushes used in their artwork INFANT BAPTIZED Joseph William Bedford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bedford of Carroll, who was born April 4. was baptized Sunday at St. Lawrence Church by the Rev. James McAlpin. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Badding of Arcadia. The maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Badding of Arcadia attended the ceremony. Also present were the Badding children, Denise, Diana, Donna, Doris, Debbie and Paul and the other Bedford children, Frank, Steve and Mary. Dinner was served in the Bedford home following the baptism. member of the society. To the right are Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMinimee, Denison, guest speakers during the society's meeting. The historical society plans to use the library building as a local museum. and spoke of the firing process and the costs involved. Mrs. Kenneth Sherer of Glidden also displayed her painted eggs. Mrs. William Frank and Mrs. Mike Wittrock received painted candleholders as door prizes. Mrs. Fortune, having completed two years as president, turned the meeting over to Mrs. Mcllvain, new president. In accepting, Mrs. Mcllvain quoted Mary Pickford, "What looks like the end in our personal experiences is only the turn in the road, the beginning of a new and beautiful journey." Refreshments were served by nieces and a friend of Mrs. Bauerle's, who were given hand-painted gifts. Clio's year will end with a . "play day" luncheon at the Country Club on May 9. ' '' Clubs Met Thursday for Card Games Mrs.- Fred Deierling was hostess for the T.E.G. CLUB's last bridge party of the season, entertaining members and one other guest, Mrs. W. L. Chambers, at her home. High score prize for the evening was won by Mrs. Earl Connors; second, Mrs. Clark Peters; and third, Mrs. John Whaley. The 2-4-T CLUB met for an evening bridge party at Mrs. Paul Schechinger's home. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Wilbur Lappe, high; Mrs. Leo Moisheid, second; and Mrs. Arthur Pahl, traveling. On May 2 the club will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Leonard Schechinger. Another group playing bridge Thursday evening was the NEW BIDDERS Club, at the home of Mrs. Tom Kruse. Winners were Mrs. Roy Olson, high; Mrs. Donald Dreessen, second; and Mrs. Kruse, low. Mrs. Jerry Nichols will have the next party, May 16. Mrs. Tom Wandel was an evening hostess, entertaining the FINESSETTES Club at her home. Guests other than members were Mrs. Michael Greteman and Mrs. Tom Twit. Mrs. Jay Krogh received high score prize; Mrs. Donald Wenck, second; and Mrs. Vern Henkenius, low. The club will now be in recess until fall. Meeting for bridge at the home of Mrs. Art Hulsing in Lake View were members of POMPTAE SOMATEO Club. At the close of the evening, score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Ralph Mclntire, high, Mrs. Al Bute and Mrs. Lyle Thelen. Mrs. Mclntire will have the final party of the season at her home in Sac City, May 16. Pincohle was played at the afternoon meeting of the F.O.B. CLUB at the home of Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh. Winners were Mrs. Joe Nagl, high; Erna Langmeier, traveling; and the hostess, low. On May 30 Mrs. Leo Wiederien will entertain the club at Pauline's Cafe. Calendar 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 TUESDAY- Town and Country Club, Mrs. Matt Hugeback A. B. Club, Mrs. John Schumacher Spela Kort, Mrs. Edward Murphy Golden Circle bridge Players 8, Mrs. Linus Goblirsch F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Hugo Wessling STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. rth Street CAPRI Phone 464-3040 LAKE CITY STARTS TONITE THRU TUES. Eves. 7:00 & 9:05 Sun. Mat. 2:00 TOGETHER! YOUR WIFE NEEDS REST, YOU THOUGHTLESS SINNER! WHY DON'T YOU TAKE HER OUT TO DINNER? At least once a week; and remember Mother's Day is coming. Jet. Hwy. 71 & 30 Carroll

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