Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 7, 1974 · Page 4
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Mothers Take Part in Ceremony Mothers of members of Cub Scout Pack 102, St. Lawrence, participated in a candlelight ceremony during the last pack meeting of the season Monday night. As each boy received an award, his mother lit a candle. A graduation ceremony for Webelos entering the Boy Scout troop was conducted by Order of the Arrow members of troop 102, Jim Waters, Alan Schieffer and Michael Lappe. Mrs. Merle Danner received a special appreciation plaque for five years of service to the pack. Bobcat awards were presented to Ted Wernimont, James Carroll. James McGill, Archie Truitt. and Rick Brincks. Wolf badges were received by Jeffrey Lappe, Doug Derner, Todd Johnson, Kevin Wiederin, Curt Promes. Todd Wenck, Dan Rush, David Wagner and James Maystadt. David Heller received a bear badge. Gold arrows were awarded to John Pudenz, Mike OTool, Tony Bliss, Tim Tegels, Rick Promes. Chad .Krebs, Jeff Louis, Brian Sullivan, Steve Smith, Gary Promes. Mike Renze, Doug Derner, Tim Rutten and Todd Johnson. ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, May 7, 1974 STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carrol! Tony Bliss was presented with a silver arrow. Eight boys received Webelos awards. Dean Riesberg, Tom Stock, Dan Heese and Ron Menke earned scholar and arrow of light awards. Other awards went to Mike Wagner, citizen, scholar, geologist, scientist, and arrow of light; David Schieffer, scholar, citizen, outdoorsman. naturalist and arrow of light; John Malett, scholar, citizen, artist, outdoorsman, geologist, naturalist and arrow of light; and Jeff Danner. arrow of light. Den 5, under the direction of Mrs. Danner, conducted the opening and closing flag ceremonies. Rocket races were held for boys who had made miniature rockets. The evening concluded with a mother and son coffee in the St. Lawrence cafeteria. G.N.O. Met At Arcadia Mrs. Duane Schroeder entertained the G.N.O. Club Monday night at her home at Arcadia. Additional guests for the evening of bridge were Mrs. Clem Mueggenberg and Mrs. Clarence Lappe. High score prize was won by Mrs. Vern Onken; second, Mrs. Mueggenberg; and third, Mrs. Art Bruch Jr. On May 20 the club will meet with Mrs. Wilbert Lussman. Study Club Has Dinner Little Flower Study Club members met at Tony's Restaurant Monday evening for a no-hostess dinner to conclude the 1973-74 meeting series. An informal discussion was held concerning program plans for next year. The group expressed appreciation to Mrs. John Malett, outgoing president. Mrs. Louis E. Anderson will be hostess when the new series opens in September. W.W. Club Hears Talk On Poisons Guest speaker at the May meeting of the Welcome Wagon Club Monday night at the St. Anthony Regional Hospital cafeteria was Mrs. Faye Cenk, R. N., a representative of the Master Poison Information Center located at Children's Memorial Hospital, Omaha. Mrs. Cenk gave a short talk and slide presentation on poison control. She said that in 1973 the Center received 7,265 calls and that more than two-thirds of that number concerned children. First-time guests at the meeting included Mrs. Irene Foley, Mrs. Julie Cale. Mrs. Char Stecklein and Mrs. Sherrie Miller. Mrs. Jerry Frehse and Mrs. Fred Heineman were the refreshment committee. The June 3 meeting will feature a tour of the Villa, followed by a business session in the motel's north room. Members and guests are asked to meet at the Villa at 7:30p.m TEEN LINE • , y, ~ • J , An additional private-line ends frayed tempers, missed calls. Order from your telephone business office orask any telephone employee. I Northwestern Bell Live in Nebraska ... Mr. and Mrs. Jim Huffman, shown following their April 6 wedding at Sacred Heart Church. Templeton. are now at home in Bellevue, Neb. Mrs. Huffman is the former Donna Langel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Langel of Templeton. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Huffman of North Platte, Neb. LIDDERDALE GUESTS .'. LIDDERDALE—Mr. and Mrs. Roger Shaw and daughter Jill and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Pelletteri, all of Glenwood, visited here Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto. Mrs. Shaw and Mrs. Pelletteri are the former Kay and Jeanne Otto, granddaughters of the Art Ottos. 169 each is all you pay for professional color portraits of your child. Select either large 5x7; or set of 4 wallet size, from several poses. May 10 & 11 9:00 - 8:30 FRIDAY 9:00 - 4:30 SATURDAY • 2 children photographed together —1.69 each child • All portraits delivered to you at our store • Age limit: 12 years And we never charge for handling or delivery Pixy is available only through JCPenney. JCPenney Summer Bride...Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Golwitzer of Glidden announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Sharon to John Skomal. son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Skomal of Omaha. Neb. The couple plans a July 27 wedding at Holy Family Church, Lidderdale. Miss Golwitzer attends St. Joseph's School of Nursing in Omaha. Her fiance is a junior at the University of Nebraska at Omaha and is employed by Union Pacific Railroad. A Party at Dedham for J. J. Schon DEDHAM—Mrs. Joseph J. Schon entertained at her home Saturday night honoring her husband on his birthday. Guests were their children, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Conrad of Manilla. Mr. and Mrs. John Hess of Decorah, Duane Schon and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hermsen of Carroll; Mr. Schon's brothers and 1 sisters-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schon of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Sil Schon of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. William Schon, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schon and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Schon of Glidden. and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schon of Carroll. The evening was spent playing cards, with Mrs. Leo Schon winning high and Mrs. Bob Schon. low, in euchre. Lunch was served, after which Mr. Schon opened gifts. Centering the table was a birthday cake decorated in green and yellow. Mrs. Schon was assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Conrad, Mrs. Hess and Mrs. Hermsen. $2,292.93 is Collected for Easter Seals A total of $2,292.93 has been received to date in the 1974 Easter Seal fund drive, it was reported Monday night at a meeting of Xi Gamma Pi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority. The chapter has been in charge of the drive in Carroll County, under chairmanship of Mrs. Richard Throckmorton. The meeting was held at Manning at .the home of Mrs. Robert Bell, with Mrs. Charles Aylor as co-hostess. It was reported, in conjunction with the fund drive, that two residents of the county have been aided recently by the Easter Seal Society. One was given a wheelchair and another, a walker. Officers for 1974-75 were installed. They include Mrs. Donald Hagedorn, president; Mrs. Bell, vice president; Mrs. Orville Bierl, recording secretary; Mrs. Leon Wernimont, corresponding secretary; and Mrs. Estherline Blum, treasurer. The chapter's "girl of the year" will be selected at the next meeting, May 20 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Lambert. Sodality Has Meal, Music Performance ARCADIA—Grade school and Kuemper High School students presented a program of musical and vocal selections and readings during the Christian Mothers Sodality meeting of St. John's Church here Sunday. Sr. Canisia played a violin solo. Participating students were Carol Vonnahme, Sandra Schmitz, Julie Henkenius, Lori Diers, Beth Berning, Sherri Schroeder, Peggy Wolterman, Kathy Tomka, Linda Vonnahme, Beth Schmitz, Cindy Martens, Alan Glass and Thomas Ricke. The meeting followed the 9:30 a.m. mass and a breakfast. Attending were 98 members and guests, including the Rev. C. A. Ahmann and the nuns. Door prizes were awarded to Alice Schmitz, Mary Schweers, Ruth Diers, Ruth Andersen, Agnes Rupiper and Lucille Schroeder. Calendar TUESDAY— Farm Bureau Women Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Robert Steinberg Players 8, Mrs. Linus Pla-Mor, Mrs. John Porter H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Art Diers Community Club, Mrs. William J. Kannc Q-3-Tu Club, Gayle Schleisman Fortnighters, Swan Lake WEDNESDAY- Carroll Women's Bowling Assn. banquet., 7 p.m., Red Carpet Lutheran Women's Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Russell Wunschel; Martha, Mrs. Lloyd Boers; Mary, Mrs. Herman Peters; Ruth, Mrs. Fred Berns; Sarah, Mrs. Irving Bliss Naomi Circle ALC, Mrs. Ray Schonberger Grant Township Homemakers, Pauline's Cafe, Mrs. Leo Wiederien Friendly Neighbor, Mrs. George Otto Golden Circle euchre G.T.O.B., Mrs. Frank Bielmaier Dealers 9, Mrs. Bernard Havermann Clio Club luncheon, 12 noon, Country Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street Friday— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Carl Bauerle Golden Circle pinochle Siren, Walk Pact Signed To Wed . . . Gail Weller will become the bride of Earl Luft on June 1. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weller of Westside and Mrs. Gladys Luft of Jefferson and the late Leonard Luft. Miss Weller owns Gail's Beauty Haven in Halbur. Her fiance is a Specialist Four., i n t h e U . S . Army.' presently stationed at Fort Hood, Tex. Rotary Holds Club Assembly CARROLL, IOWA A club assembly was held by the Carroll Rotary Club Monday night at Tony's Restaurant. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson discussed the international aspect of Rotary and Dr. Bruce Lombard the quality of programs of the local club. They were introduced by Dr. John E. Martin. Carl Stukenholtz and Dr. Paul D. Anneberg reported on the recent ••Operation Green Tree." Stukenholtz said 388 trees had been delivered to local residents and Dr. Anneberg said two trees purchased by Mrs. Arthur N. Neu and donated will be given to the city Park Commission. Next Monday night will be a Rotary Ann night with a steak fry at the east shelter house at Swan Lake park. The following Monday night, the top students scholastically at Carroll and Kuemper High School will be honored at a banquet at Tony's. NAMED CHAIRMAN Mrs. David (Diane) Collison of Carroll, has been named as the Carroll County co-ordinator for the Bill Gannon for Governor campaign, Gannon announced Tuesday. The Carroll County Board of Supervisors Monday signed agreements with the City of Carroll which will provide for the placement of a fire siren here and the resurfacing of sidewalks around the Court House. Under one agreement, the City of Carroll will be allowed to locate its fire siren on the roof for the Court House. County Auditor William C. Arts Jr., said the siren will be positioned on the Court House roof because the building is taller than the city's new municipal complex which will house the fire department. The second agreement provides that the City of Carroll will put an asphalt overlay on the sidewalks 15 Pupils in Speech Event Fifteen Holy Spirit School students delivered speeches in the final competition of the Civic Oration Contest at the school library Tuesday. The finalists were determined at the elimination rounds on May 1 and 2. Topic of the speeches is "Volunteer—Community Involvement." Contestants are Mark Hannasch. Alice Frischmeyer. Kim Stangl, John Koester. Laurie Boes, Marcia Gehling. Donna Pietig. Rosemary Drapcho, Connie Staley. Paul Baldus. Jane Onken. Judy Oswald. Melanie Comito, Kim Boulware and Dan O'Tool. Judges are Mrs. Steve Garbier. Pat Deacon and Jean Gully. According to Mrs. Francis Baldus, who is directing the Modern Woodmen of A m e r"- ica—sponsored event at the school, the judges will use a numerical rating system to select the winner and runner-up. Individual trophies will be presented to the two top scorers, and the next five ranking finalists will receive gold pins. Names of the winner and runner-up will be engraved on the permanent school trophy. The permanent trophy will include winners of Holy Spirit's Civic Oration Contest from 1974 through 1979. This is Holy Spirit's second permanent trophy. All students entering the contest will receive certificates of participation. surrounding the Court House. In other action, the board voted to continue under the Southwest Iowa Crime Commission program for another year. The crime commission currently pays 78 per cent of the salary for Deputy Sheriff Michael J. Kelly and 50 per cent of the salary for Doug Bass, a deputy sheriff. Crime commission funds were also used to purchase patrol cars for the two deputies. The supervisors also canvassed the vote from the cable television franchise election held here last Tuesday and found vote totals were the same as initially recorded. Voters approved the issuing of a cable TV franchise by a vote of 705 in favor and 307 against. Plans are Completed for Reunion Plans have been completed for the 50-year reunion of the Carroll High School class of 1924. Reservations have been received from Arkansas, California, Illinois and Nebraska as well as the local area. The group will attend the high school commencement exercises on Tuesday evening, the 21st. On Wednesday there will be a bus tour of the city, followed by a coffee hour in the Fireside Room of Tony's Restaurant, where a banquet and program will be held at 7 p.m. The committee invites others who attended high school with the class c* 1924 to the reunion events. Further information may be received or reservations made by calling Mrs. Paul Lenz (792-9038) or Walter Rose (792-3458). YOUR LUXURIOUS. NEW.W j CAPRI/-- LAKE CITY Ends Tuesday Shows , A STORY FOR EVERY ONE WHO THINKS THEY CAN NEVER FALL IN LOVE AGAIN. Cinderella Liberty R 2 Days Only! 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