Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 1, 1974 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 1, 1974
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50th Wedding Anniversary for Daniels' ROCKWELL CITY - Mr and Mrs. Louis Daniels ol Rockwell City recently observed their golden wedding anniversary with relatives, neighbors and friends. Open house was not planned because of health. Mr. Daniels having had multiple sclerosis since 1956. A three-tiered anniversary cake was given to the couple by nieces and nephews. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Treadway of Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, May 1, 1974 Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Onken of Glidden. and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Onken of California, and their families. They received yellow roses from Mr. Daniels' sister. Mrs. W. R. Macke of Carroll and her children. Another sister. Mrs. Mary Coffey of California, who could not come at this time, expects to visit the couple later. Mr. and Mrs. Daniels were married at Carroll April 23 1924. Announcing a new service at Bride-to-be? Let us be of help to you. Our bridal registry service is fashioned to make your pre-wedding days carefree ,— to give you ideas and suggestions to aid in your decision-making. Why spend endless hours contemplating? Enjoy this very special time in your life! Stop in and ask for our help. Many brides-to-be do. Foley Speaks at Meeting at St. Lawrence Michael Foley. head of the physical education department at St. Lawrence School, gave a talk on the skills and coordination being taught in physical education classes during the St. Lawrence Home-School's last meeting of the school year Tuesday night. Students in grades 1-8 demonstrated various animal walks and gymnastic stunts. Sr. Mary Myron Stork, principal, thanked the priests, school board, faculty and parents for their cooperation during the school year. She reviewed the May calendar of events, emphasizing the early closing on May 24 instead of May 31. Doris Snyder. school nurse, issued a reminder that dental cards must be turned in. Chi.ldren who have not returned the cards to the office will be given cards to take home. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff, superintendent, expressed his pride in the school and its accomplishments. He thanked the staff and said that he hoped they can continue next year "the fine tradition St. Lawrence has always had." Hubert Hagemann will serve as next year's president of the Home-School. Retiring officers for this year are Jack Stangl. president. Hagemann, vice president, and Mrs. John Dostal. secretary-treasurer. After the meeting, coffee and cookies were served b\ the second grade mothers. A Prenuptial Shower Given Debbie Kramer, May 18 bride-elect of David Meiers, was guest of honor at a shower Sunday at the home of Mrs. Vernon Tigges, whose co-hostesses were Mrs. JoAnn Petersen and Barbara Lehrter. Gifts were arranged on a table decorated with a bride doll and streamers in Miss Kramer's colors, lavender and yellow. Corsages were presented to the honoree. her mother, Mrs. Earl Kramer, and her grandmother. Mrs. Henry Lehrter. Prizes for games were given later to Miss Kramer. Appointed . . . Mrs. Ronald Ream of Carroll has been selected as a member of the Northwest Region of the Iowa Hospital Association Committee on Volunteers. General purposes of the committee are to coordinate local hospital auxiliaries, promote hospital careers and activities of the auxiliaries, plan regional and annual meetings, and provide liaison with the IHA. Mrs. Ream has served as secretary, first vice president and president of St. Anthony Region Hospital Auxiliarv Calendar WEDNESDAY- Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner. 8 p.m. meeting. KC hall U.M.W general meeting. 1:30 p.m. H. G. Club. Mrs. F. A. Stark Q. N. 0. Club. Mrs. Don Gute Chit-Chat Club. Mrs. Donald Beidler Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Friends and Neighbors Club. 1 :30 p.m. OutReach Center Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m.. IPS Jaycee-P^ttes dinner. 7 p.m. Pin Oaks Eight O'clock Club. Mrs. Earl Connors. Country Club New Deal Club. Mrs. Joseph Wittry 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Leonard Schechinger FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY- Golden Circle Mrs. Casey Will Speak In Chicago Mrs. Don Casey of Carroll will present a research paper at the American Psychological Association's annual Midwest meeting at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicago on Friday, May 3. She is one of 110 psychologists chosen to present papers at the conference. Her paper, a cost-effect analysis of an anti-litter incentive procedure in an amusement park, is the basis for her master's thesis. She will receive her Master of Arts degree in clinical psychology with an additional specialization in behavior modification from Drake University on May 17. Hoffmans' Silver Year Is Observed Approximately 125 relatives and friends attended an open house at Tony's Restaurant Saturday night to honor Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffman for their 25th wedding anniversary, which occured April 26. All of their children were present including Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hoffman of Springfield, 111., Maxine of Omaha, Neb.. Louise, Dale and Judy, at home. The observance continued Sunday with a 10 a.m. mass at Holy Spirit Church, with the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F.. officiating, and a dinner for the immediate family at the Derby. CAMP MEETING About 35 persons attended the informational meeting on Camp Lakota, a six weeks summer camp for all levels of Girl Scouting, at the First United Methodist Church on Tuesday night. Mrs. Coey Schacht. camp director, showed slides, outlined plans for this year's activities and answered questions. She was accompanied by Dolly Thornes. District Advisor for Lakota Council. The meeting closed with lunch. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^WH^^^MBHBBBHI^M^BBBB^^M Sale Op.. ^."tfrfl <*®* ,0^'*£££•*£££•«*'• 8. drVr #** Reg$3.99 Yd. ^^rc^-^ Bonn -" 1 *- [**&*** 50% cotton, 50% Polyester. 45" wide. Permanent press, machine wash & dry. 65% Polyester, 35% cotton. 45" wide on bo!ts. Machine wash & dry. Permanent press. Smai! v s" to W checks. Yd. $2.29 Yd. FABRIC CUTTING BOARDS 40" x 72" sturdy cardboard. Folds for easy storage. Each Yd. Reg. $1.59 KRINKLE-STRIPE PRINTS 50% Polyester-50% Rayon 45" wide on bolts. Machine wash, warm tumble dry. Permanent press, no ironing. Seersucker effect. MARK DOWN TABLE 100% Cotton Suitings Bonded Crepe. Reg. $1.99 Yd. Reg. 66< to 99< NOW 2 yards $100 *Fum WESTGATE MALL Prices Good Thurs., May 2 thru Tues., May 7 OPEN 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M. Daily 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday Card Groups Met on Tuesday BIRTHDAY DINNER Chris,Heim. 3-year-old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Heim of Carroll, was honored Sunday with a birthday party. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Don Sporrer and Robin of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heim. Dean and Joe. Auburn, and Chris' sister. Carrie. Dinner was served, including a birthday cake. Mrs. John Schumacher entertained the A. B. CLUB at her country home, with her sister, Mrs. N. E. Waples of Jefferson, as an additional guest for the afternoon. High score was won by Mrs. Guy Jones, who will have the next party on May 14. Mrs. Roy Heuton won second. Also meeting in the afternoon were members of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's bridge group. Hostess at the clubrooms was Mrs. Aurora Mungon. Score prize winners included Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mrs. Laura Finegan and Mrs. Lucille Schriner. Mrs. Oscar Heider will be hostess next week. Mrs. Hugo Wessling was hostess to members of the F.N.W. EUCHRE Club at her home in the evening. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Frank Goetzinger and the hostess. Second high went to A Birthday Coffee Given Justine Langel entertained a group of women at her home Tuesday afternoon at a coffee honoring Mrs. Mary Enenbach on her 86th birthday. The table was decorated with a lighted birthday cake. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Enenbach before she opened her gifts. G.S. Family Potluck Held Junior Girl Scout Troop No. 87 held a family potluck at the First United Methodist Church on Tuesday night. Special guests were the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Francis L. Brockman of the Methodist church, the troop's sponsor. Also present were Mrs. Coey Schacht and Dolly Thornes of Fort Dodge. Mrs. Don Severin accompanied the group in a sing-al6ng. A slide presentation showed highlights of the year's activities. Each patrol then told of various badge work, crafts and programs of the year. Their work was displayed. Membership stars were given to all the girls. A reminder was given on Day Camp to be held June 17-21 at Swan Lake. Information on Camp Lakota was also available. Leaders of the troop are Mrs. Emmett Lahr and Mrs. Fred Witt. Mrs. Buckley Peterson serves as troop treasurer. Mrs. Frances Irlrwior and traveling, to Mrs. Leo Augustine, who will have the next party on May 14. Bridge was played at the evening party of the TOWN AND COUNTRY Club at Mrs. Matt Hugeback's home. Winners of the score prizes were Mrs. Louis Hannasch, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp and Mrs. Christina Taphorn. Mrs. Walter Seyller retained the traveling prize. On May 14 the ,;h '.viii inert with Mrs. Hannasch. Mrs. Edward Murphy was an evening hostess, entertaining the SPELA KORT Club at her home. Mrs. Merle Wiedemeier attended as a guest outside the membership. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. William Stickrod; second, Mrs. Robert Day; and traveling, Mrs. Robert Quinn. The next party will be at Mrs. Quinn's home May 14. DRIVE-IN THEATRE HI-WAY 30 EAST OPENING FRIDAY FRIDAY - SATURDAY - SUNDAY A BIG 2 FEATURE PROGRAM! WARREN DATES • BEN JOHNSON® MICHELLE PHILLIPS -CLORIS LEACHMAN Color by MOVIELAB • An AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL Picture Admission $1.50 Show Starts at Dusk H Phone 464 3040 LAKE CITY Now Thru Saturday Evenings at 7:00 & 9:00 P.M. Bride-elect Is Honored Brenda and Karen DeMey were hostesses for a prenuptial shower at their home Saturday evening honoring Debra Klocke, who will marry their brother. Steven DeMey, May 25 at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton. Decorations for the party were in the wedding colors, pink and white. Several bridal games were played, and the hostesses served lunch. Corsages were given to the bride-elect and mothers of the couple, Mrs. Raymond Klocke of Templeton and Mrs. Edward DeMey. Arnold is a screaml W STELLA RODDY ^ ~VENS McDOWALL Starts Sunday Thru Tuesday Eves. 7:00 9:00 Sun. 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