Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 16, 1974 · Page 4
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Two Officers Are Elected At Lidderdale LIDDERDALE - Mrs. Larry Daniel was elected vice president and Mrs. Leonard Frlschmeyer. treasurer, of Holy Family Rosary and Altar Society at its bi-monthly meeting held here Monday evening. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Vernon Drees, president. Opening and closing prayers were led by Srs. Paulette and Jane Ann, respectively. Reports of recent DCCW meetings were given by Mrs. Joe Riesselman and Mrs. Dennis Huegerich. Friday. June 7. was set as the date for cleaning the church. Mrs. Neil Kanne received the door prize. Lunch was CAPRN- LAKE CITY NOW THRU TUESDAY Eves: 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. IUTCH&THEKID ARE BACK! Just for the fun of it! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID t Panavision" • Color by DeLuxe* I WED. & THURS. ONLY May 22 & 23 Allen Punt's 1st Candid Camera Feature Film Rated X "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY?" Times Herald, Carroll, la. ,. Thursday, May 16, 1974 4 served by the April-May Circles under co-chairmanship of Mrs. LeRoy Reinart and Mrs. David Quinlin. Prebecks' 25th Year Is Celebrated TEMPLETON — The sons of Mr. and Mrs. Allie Prebeck of -Templeton entertained about 150 relatives and friends here Saturday evening to celebrate the couple's silver wedding anniversary. The evening began with a 7:30 mass of thanksgiving in Sacred Heart Church where they were married 25 years ago. A reception followed in the school cafeteria. On display were wedding and family pictures and also the dress and suit worn by the couple on their wedding day. They received gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Prebeck have six sons, Eugene of Templeton, David, Dale, Bill. Randy and Dan, at home. H. G. Club Has a Party Pinochle was played at the Wednesday afternoon party of the H.G. Club at the home of Mrs. Joe Wernimont. At one table, Mrs. Ed Miller won high prize and Mrs. James McGrane, second. Winners at the other table were Mrs. T. J. Kerwin, high, and Mrs. 0. E. Heider, second. On May 29 the club will meet with Mrs. Ted Wiederin. GRADUATES WITH HONOR Ronald Comes, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaRoy Comes of Carroll, received his degree in business administration at Creighton University, Omaha. Neb., with the honor of summa cum laude. Graduating ceremonies were held May 11 at the Omaha City Auditorium. Comes has also completed his first year in the Creighton School of Law. Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Floyd J. Decker of Carroll announce the engagernent of their daughter Ann to Keven Cook, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Cook Jr. of LeMars. No wedding date has been set. Silver Year Is Observed ROSELLE — The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischeid of Route 3, Carroll, was noted here May 5, starting with a mass that morning offered by the Rev. Richard Macke at Holy Angels Church. About 80 relatives and friends attended an afternoon reception in the parish hall, where decorations were in pink and silver. The couple received gifts and luncheon was served. The former Elsie Bnncks and Mr. Eischeid were married May 3, 1949. They have six children, Mrs. Melvin (Doreen) Ludwig of Auburn, Mrs. Don (Phyllis) Reinekeof Carroll. Loren. Ronnie, Jeff and Lisa, at home; and a granddaughter, Stacy Reineke. ELECTED FELLOW Dr. John E. Martin of Carroll was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Corrective Optometry during a convention in Colorado Springs, Colo., Saturday through Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. Martin returned home Wednesday. Presbyterian Circles Met Wednesday Circles of United Presbyterian Women held their final meetings of the season Wednesday. They will be in recess until Sept. 18. Mrs. Robert Richardson and Mrs . C. R. Thomas entertained MORNING Circle at the former's home. Mrs. W. H. Rust was devotional leader, presenting "Forgiveness" from "Prayer, An Exciting Adventure". The least coin dedication was led by Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg. Mrs. Stuart M. Paterson of Kansas City, Mo., a guest, gave the lesson on "Witnessing", basing her talk on personal contacts with parishioners in Cleveland, Ohio. Co-hostesses for the meeting of AFTERNOON Circle at the church library were Mrs. Deloss Garrett and Mrs. James W. Cruchelow. Devotions given by Mrs. F. F. Gruber were taken from "These Days". Evelyn Hoick presented the lesson, "Do I Look Like a Senior Citizen?" from the Presbyterian magazine "A.D." Mrs. Cruchelow was in charge of the least coin dedication. EVENING Circle met at the home of Mrs. Louis Nockels, whose co-hostess was Mrs. P. R. Tilton. Devotional leader was Mrs. Jolene Hass. Mrs. Robert Merritt gave the lesson about Braille and Mrs. John H. Fortune read the least coin meditation. Come Save During Our ObD FASHIONED Wt'veAnOW-fangted ... And Ttwft Just What NrttonThatADotar You Get Hwv At TSCI Should Buy A Fu* W*'r» Downright OW- Dotor'. Worth Fathton«d...And OfVahws... Proud Of tt. Tool Our Finest Posh Model' 22 / ',3 1 /2 H.P. 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Calendar THURSDAY— Carroll County Democratic Women, court house Trinity Guild, noon potluck. Mrs. James Copeland. Jefferson Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Newcomers, Tony's Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m.. IPS 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Leo Meischeid E.B.C. Club. Mrs. Joe Dalhoff L. or L. Club, Mrs. Joe Hoelscher Graduated . . Mary Irlmeier and Mary Kennebeck, daughters of Cletus Irlmeier and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kennebeck of Carroll, and Mary Jo Eischeid, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Riesberg of Halbur, were graduated from the Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing at commencement ceremonies at the Joslyn Memorial Art Museum's Witherspoon Concert Hall in Omaha Place Conduits for New Lights The placement of underground conduit for new street lights in the Ring Road urban renewal project has brought about digging and construction work on several streets in the downtown area of Carroll. The Ring Road project, which includes the area between Fourth and Seventh Streets and between West and Clark Streets, also calls for several tree plantings along the streets in addition to the new globe-type street lamps. Most of the urban renewal project will be completed by June 30, City Manager Arthur Gute said. The completion date for the entire project is Nov. 1, Gute said. CORRECTION An item in Wednesday's paper stated that a coffee had been held for Tom Harkin. Democratic candidate for fifth district congressman, on Friday. The reception will not be held until this Friday at 3 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Robert S. Bruner. Thursday. The class of 71 students is the 77th to be graduated from the school. Miss Irlmeier and Miss Kennebeck plan to work at Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital. Miss Eischeid will be married June 8 to James C. Hugg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis A. Hugg of Denison, and will work at Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison. Area Students Are Graduated Several area students at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo., received bachelor degrees during commencement ceremonies on May 11. Mark Bower, Coon Rapids, David Brornert, Carroll. RexGittins, Gray. Clark Knop, Manning, and Dean Wheeler, Glidden, Bride-elect ... Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Potthoff of Manning announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Mary to Don Rowedder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Rowedder, also of Manning. The couple plans an Aug. 31 wedding at Sacred Heart Church in Manning. Club Meets For Euchre Five tables were in play at the Golden Circle Club's weekly euchre party Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Mrs. William Haverman and Mrs. Rosina O'Tool received high and second prizes for women. Men's high went to Leo Sellen and second, Victor Wernimont. William Meshek kept the traveling prize. 244 Attend Halbur Event HALBUR — The Holy Name Society of St. Augustine Church served its annual Mother's Day breakfast Sunday morning after the 8:30 mass, with a record crowd of 244 attending. Special guests were the Rev. Victor Kollasch and nuns of the Halbur-Templeton School. President Louis Anstoeter extended the welcome. Potted plants that decorated the tables were awarded to Pam Bruch, Mrs. Fred Dalhoff, Mrs. Gary Handles, Carol Dalhoff and Mrs. Louis Anstoeter. Personals- Mrs. John Vanderheiden returned home Wednesday night after spending ten days in Minneapolis, where she attended the wedding of her niece, Joyce Whitney. She also visited relatives in Circle Pines and Coon Rapids, Minn. Five Circles Of U.M.W. Had Meetings The five circles of United Methodist Women met throughout the day Wednesday, ending the current season. Meeting at the church in the morning were CIRCLES I and II, with Mrs. James Center and Mrs. Gary Halva as coffee hostesses. Devotional leader was Mrs. Robert Blincow. It was announced that the young adult group, the Seekers, will be painting the church nursery. CIRCLE III met in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Holland and Ruth Clements. Attending were 11 members and two guests, Mrs. H. C. Ross of Des Moines and Mrs. Harvey Carroll. Mrs. James W. Wilson, chairman, opened the meeting by reading "The Art of Being". For devotions, Mrs. Lambert Winnike presented excerpts from Marcus Bach's book "The Circle of Faith". For their afternoon meeting, members of CIRCLE IV visited the Carroll County Home. They showed a movie and provided refreshments for the residents. Kellie Bowman, who spent a year in Australia as an A.F.S. student, showed slides and told of her experiences at the evening meeting of CIRCLE V at Mrs. Edwin Jensen's home. Thirteen members attended. Mrs. W. F. McMinimee was devotional leader, reading meditations by Peter Marshall. The circles will not meet again until Sept. 18. AT TEX AS BASE Now serving at Carswell AFB, Tex., is Airman 1-C Cindy L. Spieker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Vehrs of Manning. She is an aircraft electrical repairman and was previously assigned to Chanute AFB. 111. She is a 1973 graduate of Manning High School. INg P DAILY DINNER SPECIALS RELAX . . . Dine or Snack Roast beef dinner 1 ' !'•••> cream soda? \\V1L serve you whatever turns your taste buds on in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. PAULINE'S CAFE • Mi/uinc J H w y .7iso C.C.C. Club. Mrs. Dwight earned bachelor of science Fiscus degrees. Secondary education New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry degfees were presented to Nichols j an i s Dixon, Westside. Joseph Drake and Roger Goodwin, Coon Rapids, Mary Goodwin and Mark Hjelle, Glidden, .«n <„ Susan Kroeger, Lake View, STOP Club, 7 p.m.. 408 W. Barbara Madsen and Wayne TthStreet Madsen, Audubon. Norma G.T.O.B. Club. Mrs. Earl Hey don, Coon Rapids, Pomptae Somateo. Mrs. Ralph Mclntire New Deal, Mrs. Melvin Thompson FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SUNDAY— Rainbow Girls installation, p.m., Masonic Temple received an elementary and secondary education degree. Elementary education degrees were received by Warren Campbell, Gray, Jeffrey Bowker and Janet Young, Sac City, and Nancy Weems, Manning. BOYS - GIRLS Tomorrow Belongs To Those Who Prepare For It May If you're a Veteran High School Senior or Grad, started college, didn't finish - or have a low paying routine job, you should be informed about Employment in the field of Business. OPPORTUNITIES? THERE 13 NO LIMIT Secretarial -Accounting- Management The C. E. School of Commerce offers business courses day or night at a reasonable cost and free lifetime nationwide placement service. Any previous business training is good — But not necessary. For information without obligation fill out and Mail to: C.E. 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