Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 10, 1974 · Page 4
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May 10, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Club Will Give Food For Clinic Members of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club, meeting at the Derby Thursday night, planned service work and money-making projects for the near future. The club voted to supply sandwiches for the annual Crippled Children's Clinic June 6 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. The sandwiches will be made at the hospital cafeteria the previous night. This has been a project of the club for the past several years. Mrs. John Beyerink Jr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach. co-chairmen of the finance committee, announced that the club's yard sale will be Tuesday. June 18, from 10 a.m. until 5 Her educated mind will appreciate Seiko. Case joins matching bracelet In one smooth line. Yellow top/ stainless steel back. A splendid graduation gift. Ask for No. ZW442M-17J. Only 589.50. COMMUNITY JEWELRY Westgate Mali Times Herald, Carroll, la. .. Friday, May 10, 1974 4 MI1ttMMIIIIttll|ltttltM|lltM*t*l*ttt*t«ttlttttt p.m., at the Schwarzenbach residence. 1121 North Clark Street. Proceeds will benefit the organization's service work fund. Marjorie Huelman. president, presided at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting and led the Wa-tan-ye dinner grace. Mrs. L. J. Greteman. Templeton. was welcomed following a year's leave of absence. A door prize was won by Mrs. Schwarzenbach. Table decorations featured a Maypole centerpiece flanked by small bouquets of daisies. It was reported that members made and filled 80 May baskets which were distributed to local shut-ins. Miss Huelman read a letter from Mrs. Lorene Grube of Waverly. president of the Association of Wa-tan-ye Clubs. Inc.. formally announcing the executive board's decision to award $500.00 to any club in the association succeeding in getting a new club organized and chartered. Mrs. Grube was among association officers who attended the spring meeting of District 2 clubs here April 28. Following adjournment several games of court whist were played, with Mrs. Charles Kuhlman and Mrs. W. F. McMinimee winning high score prizes and Miss Forrest, a draw prize. Mrs. Schwarzenbach and Mrs. W. F. McMinimee were on the program committee. The next meeting will be held June 13 at the Derby. Calculators Adding Machines Typewriters Check With Us Before You Buy STONE'S Hwy. 10 Downtown Carroll Engaged . .Announcement is made of the engagement of Mary Ann Nieland, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Nieland Sr. of Carroll, to Daniel C. Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schroeder of Arcadia, and of their approaching marriage on Aug. 31 at St. Lawrence Church. Miss Nieland is employed at General Electric and her fiance will work at Fisher Controls Company, Marshalltown, after his May 30 graduation from Des Moines Area Community College. Local Families Visit Minnesota AUBURN - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Zimmerle and daughter in company with Mr. and Mrs. Craig Luchtel and family of Carroll were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bates and family at Alpha. Minn. R.N.A, lodge members met Thursday afternoon at Van's Cafe. Mrs. Velma Stoltz. district deputy, of Curlew was a guest. Mrs. Carolyn Hungate, oracle, presided at the business meeting. Plans were made to hold the June meeting at Packer's Cafe. Marvin Hamilton of Omaha, Neb. has been a guest of her mother and brother. Mrs. Ruby Hamilton and Leonard. NOTE ANNIVERSARY SAN JOSE, Calif.—Mr. and Mrs. Earl A. Neu of San Jose. Calif., recently celebrated their 25th anniversary at a party given by their children. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Neu. Tim Neu and Steve Neu. and Tim Neu's fiancee, Kris Matheson. all of San Jose. They were married at Sacred Heart Church. Templeton. Mrs. Neu is the former Jeanne Kisgen. Brady-Jons Wedding at Des Moines Gail Louise Brady, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brady of Des Moines, became the bride of Robert Allen Jons, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Jons of Carroll, at Rising Sun Church of Christ in Des Moines April 20. A reception for 200 guests was held in the church parlors after the 4 p.m. ceremony. The couple will live in Coralville. Mrs. Jons is a graduate of Des Moines Area Community College and is a dental assistant at the University of Iowa College of Dentistry. Mr. Jons, a student at Kirkwood Community KHS Prom Theme Chosen "Saturday at the Park" will be the theme for Kuemper High School's Junior Senior Prom to be held at the school gymnasium this Saturday. Male members of the court are Nick Beider, Ken Comstock, Paul Glass, Steve Nees and Bill Neumayer. Queen candidates are Debbie Auen, Michelle Danzer, Amy Friedman. Denise Rupiper and Iris Sibenaller. The king and queen will be announced during the dance. Dennis Hornick is in charge of arrangements for the prom. Other instructors helping are the Rev. John McGuirk. and Dean Kollasch. BAND PICNIC The annual band picnic for Carroll Community High School is set for Monday night at the Graham Park shelter house. The potluck dinner will begin at 6:30 p.m. Alt band students in grades 6-12 and their parents are invited. TO MOTHER Best Wishes (and the best Chicken) from a friend of the family Visit the Colonel COLONEL SANDERS' RECIPE l^ntiiikij fried OPEN 11 A.M. to 9 P.M. DAILY HWY. 30 AND COURT ST. CARROLL 792-1677 Member Carroll Chamber of Commerce Mrs. Robert A. Jons College, Cedar Rapids, is a dental laboratory technician. The groom's parents entertained the wedding party of 20 at a noon rehearsal dinner at the Bavarian Haus, Des Moines. 'Graduation' Is Theme at Pateo Meet Pateo Club held its montly dinner meeting at Tony's Restaurant Thursday evening. Tables were decorated with graduate silhouettes, diploma tallies and lilacs. Mrs. Richard Luchtel and Mrs. Jerry Nichols were the committee. Attending were 20 members and a guest. Mrs. William Frank. In the business session a slate of new officers was presented, to be voted upon at the next meeting. June 13. Mrs. Dean Fredrickson and Gayle Schleisman will be the table committee for that meeting, at Tony's. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lester Schleisman. high; Mrs. Ray Riesberg. Mrs. Robert Winjum and Mrs. Harold Frey. Mrs. Don Derner received the door prize. Calendar Friday— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Carl Bauerle Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY- Golden Circle MONDAY— St. Lawrence Guild Rebekah Lodge Presbyterian Guild potluck. church Octavettes, Mrs. Steve Collison Challengers, Colette Stork TUESDAY- Red Cross disaster program, 12 noon. Hospital education room P.E.O., Mrs. Gordon Wade E.S.A. Picnic Delta Dek, Mrs. J. R. Grey Eight O'clock Club. Mrs. Karl Hoffman High Bidders. Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Spela Kort. Mrs. Robert Quinn Town and Country Club. Mrs. Louis Hannasch F.N.W. Euchre Club, Mrs. Leo Augustine Golden Circle bridge A. B. Club. Mrs. Guy Jones Tally-Hi Club. Mrs. Jack Webber Jokers. Mrs. William Baumhover Trumpettes. no-hostess dinner A.B.C. Club. Mrs. Mary Johannsen B.F.F.Club F.F.F. Club. Mrs. Leon Masching. Honorettes. Mrs. Richard Bard Jollyettes. Mrs. Tom Underberg Double Four Club. Mrs. Richard Hartzell CDA Women Win Award At Convention Court Our Lady ol Katima No. 1492, Manning, received first place and a cash pme for its 25th anniversary banner entered in the banner exhibit at the recent 31st Bi-annual State Convention of The Catholic Daughters of America at Lake Okoboji. Mrs. Ted Langel, regent of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Templeton, was elected a delegate for the national convention in Los Angeles, Calif., on July 13-19. Other local women attending the state convention were Mrs. Ewald Stork, regent of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, and Mrs. Simon Langel, both of Carroll; and Laura Joens, first vice regent, and Lorine Sextro, district deputy, both of the Manning court. Members were told that nearly 13,000 women in Iowa are members of the CDA, making it the largest organized group of Catholic women in the state. Ron Hess MH8 Speaker MANNING—Ron Hess, Minnesota Area Director of the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, (FCA) will be the speaker for Manning Community School's 1974 commencement exercises to be held Sunday, May 19 at 2 p.m. in the high school gymnasium. Hess was born and raised in Brainerd, Minn. In high school, he earned 14 letters in basketball, football, baseball and track. He continued with participation in football and basketball at Brainerd Junior College and Augsburg College in Minnesota. After graduation from Augsburg, he taught and coached at St. Charles. Minn., and at Brainerd Junior College. He attended the University of Dubuque from 1958-61 and was ordained in the Presbyterian ministry in 1962. He served parishes in Minneapolis and LeSueur, Minn., and Oakland, Calif. In 1970. Hess was named President of the Twin City Chapter of FCA. He became the Minnesota Area Director ' in June. 1971. The director and his wife Janis have eight children, including two adopted Negroes, and live on a small farm west of Chaska. Minn. Shows at 1 & 9 p.m. AL PACING SCRPICO " Starts Wednesday May 15th! "BUTCH CASSIDY & THE SUNDANCE KID' CARROLL ORIVE-IN -CRRROLL FRI. - SAT. - SUN. May 10-11-12 -SHOWS START AT DUSK!Audiences are standing up and applauding... WALKING TALL Starring: Joe Don Baker In Color -Plus!- R FROM CJNEHAMA RELEASING Going down his own road... LAST TANGO IN PARIS" - ADULTS ONLYI ENDS THURSDAY IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE FRIDAY thru TUESDAY May 10-14 Many of , his fellow *Mf officers v»*iV" considered him the most dangerous man alive -an honest cop. ra Summer Bride . . .Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Broich of Willey announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Sue to Denny Riesselman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riesselman of Carroll. The couple plans a July 6 wedding at St. Mary's Church in Willey. Clio Holds Luncheon to End Season For its closing event of the 1973-74 season, Clio Club held a luncheon for 65 members and guests Thursday noon at the Country Club. Tables were decorated with small pots of yellow and white daisies. The hostess committee included Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr., Mrs. Robert Woodhouse and Mrs. Bruce Lombard. Mrs. Carl Bauerle gave the opening prayer. The welcome was extended by Mrs. John H. Fortune, president. The program featured Debra Richardson and Mike Cattermole, Carroll High School vocal students of Roger Hansen. They sang duet and solo selections from the "Swing Show" presented last weekend at the high school auditorium, including the music of Rodgers and Hammerstein, Henry Mancini and Michel LeGrand. Their accompanist was Mrs. David Collison. Children's Day June 3 MANNING - The 91st annual Children's Day will be held here Monday June 3. The event will again feature a king and queen contest with basketball freethrows determining winners. Ten prizes will be awarded each to the girls and boys. The parade will begin at 1 p.m., led by the colors and the Manning high school band. All children participating in the parade will receive free tickets for amusement rides. In the evening, there will be dancing on the tennis court in the city park. Merle Stoelk is chairman for the event. Nearly 2,000 youngsters attend each year. TONIGHT HENRY FONDA stars in SPENCER'S MOUNTAIN at 10:30 Henry Fonda, Maureen O'Hara and James MacArthur head up the superior cast in a saga of life, love and the American family, (color) STOP CLUB MEETS New officers were in charge of the STOP Club meeting Thursday night. Nine members weighed in, with six losing six and a half pounds, one gaining half a pound, and the weight of two remaining the same. Door prizes were awarded. At the next meeting, members are to bring articles of interest to share with the others. 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