Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 17, 1974 · Page 4
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
Issue Date:
Friday, May 17, 1974
Page 4
Start Free Trial

Women Hear 2 Candidates At Meeting Carroll Perkins and Bill Ryerson. both of Jefferson and candidates for the 55th representative district, were guest speakers at the Carroll County Democratic Women Club's meeting Thursday at the community room of the IPS building. The candidates spoke on their qualifications for the office and interests in the state legislature. They were introduced by Mrs. Ralph Strohm. A question and answer period followed the men's presentations. Mention was made of a coffee for Tom Harkin of Ames, Democratic candidate for the fifth district Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 17, 1974 congressional seat, to be held at the Robert Bruner home from 3-5 p.m. Friday. A reception is scheduled at the David Collison home from 5-7 p.m. Friday for William Gannon. Democratic candidate for the gubernatorial nomination. Mrs. Frank Beiter and Mrs. Joseph Russell, representing the League of Women Voters. explained local revenue sharing, which the League is presently studying. Questions were answered afterwards. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Halbur women will be hostesses when the club meets again on June 20. Location of the next meeting will be announced later. TONIGHT PAUL NEWMAN stars in THE SECRET WAR OF HARRY FRIGG at 10:30 Harry Frigg was a professional misfit in peace and war and especially in the Army. He's also an expert at getting out of jails. Newman at his best, (color) at JEAN PETERS stars in 12-30 LURE OF THE WILDERNESS The kingdom of the crocodile and the cottonmouth, where a girl lived as she might have a million years ago, is suddenly invaded, (color) Frey Shows Film About OES Home As a special feature at the monthly meeting of Signet Chapter No. 1. Order of the Eastern Star Thursday night at the Masonic Temple. Harold Frey showed and narrated a film concerning the Eastern Star Home at Boone. The film depicted the Home's history from the first large frame mansion, which burned, to the present brick facility which has been enlarged and improved through the years. Signet Chapter furnishes a room at the Home. Mrs. Robert McDonald and Clifford Mason presided over the meeting. Visitors from Denison were welcomed. After adjournment lunch was served by a committee composed of Mrs. Guy Jones, chairman. Mrs. W. H. Rust and Mrs. W. L. McConkie. Mrs. Wayne Harriott was seated at the coffee service. Tables were decorated with bouquets of lilacs, tulips and irises. The next meeting will be Monday. JuneS. Ten Card Groups Met on Thursday TV KCCI • DES MOINES CH. 78 • CARROLL Calendar' FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle SUNDAY— Rainbow Girls installation. 2 p.m.. Masonic Temple Monday- Holy Spirit Women's Guild Xi Gamma Pi. Mrs. Thomas Lambert Rainbow Girls W.B.C. Club. Mrs. Robert Christensen G.N.O. Club. Mrs. Wilbert Lussman A DRAKE GRADUATE John A. Pringle, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Pringle of Carroll, will receive a B.S. degree in business administration Saturday from Drake University. Des Moines. His parents plan to attend the commencement exercises at Veterans Auditorium and a reception afterward at his fraternity house. He is affiliated with Pi Kappa Phi fraternity. Nominee — Capt. Robert W. Peters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark H. Peters, has been named as the Military Airlift Command's nominee for the 1973 Albert M. Kuhfeld Award, which is presented annually to the most outstanding young judge of the year at Travis Air Force Base. As a deputy staff judge advocate, Capt. Peters assigns cases to lawyers at the base, checks the cases and supervises the administrative functions of the advocate office. Open House For Teacher LOHRVILLE - An open house honoring Blanche Parry, who will retire after 44 years of teaching. 29 of which have been at Lohrville. will be held here May 19 from 2:30 until 5 p.m., with a short program at 3. All alumni, former faculty, students, parents and friends are invited. Among those receiving word about the affair are two Carroll women. Mrs. Art Gute (Mary Beth Leonard) and Mr s . Robert Henrich (Charlotte Cavanaugh), both former homecoming queens at Lohrville High School. Introducing our thick and juicy Bridge was played at the evening meeting of the 8 C'S CLUB at the home of Mrs. Robert Headlee. Mrs. Edwin Tigges received high score prize; Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, second; and Mrs. Paul Venteicher, traveling. The club will meet next with Mrs. Bill Becker. June 20. Mrs. Joe Dalhoff entertained the E.B.C. CLUB at her home. High score prize for the evening of bridge went to Mrs. Jack Kasperbauer; second, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan; and low, Mrs. Elmer Heiman. Mrs. Gene Grethen will be hostess when parties are resumed in September. Four pairs were named winners at the morning meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room. Mrs. Louis Schelldorf and Mrs. Herman Pahde of Manning were first; Mrs. Donald Karn and Mrs. Harold Tuvell of Lake City, second; Mrs. Jim Minnehan of Churdan and Mrs. Harold Traner of Carroll, third; Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City and Mrs. Gary Fahen of Yetter, fourth. The next games will be played on May 30. Mrs. Jerry Nichols was hostess for the evening bridge party of the NEW BIDDERS Club, with Mrs. Jerry Shields and Mrs. Larry Hurd as additional guests. Mrs. Hurd won high score prize; Mrs. Tom Kruse, second; and Mrs. Darcy Peterson, low. A going-away gift was presented to Mrs. Peterson, who is moving to Sioux City. On July 18 the club will meet at Mrs. Roy Olson's home. STOP Club Has Meeting Nine members weighed in for the weekly meeting of STOP Club Thursday night. It was noted that four had gained a total of 6V 2 pounds and three lost 5 pounds, while the other two weighed the same as last week. During the coming week members are to record the number of slices of bread they consumer. A general discussion of weight-losing was held and a door prize was awarded. The club meets regularly at 7p.m. each Thursday at 408 West Seventh Street. What's a Heftee? It starts with a 1 /4 Ib. of 100% pure chopped beefsteak, broiled... not fried for that real charcoal flavor. It's topped with mustard, catsup, pickles and 2 slices of tangy melted cheese. Sound good? You bet it is! So, next time you've got a hearty appetite, treat yourself to the newest burger in town. The 1/4 Ib. Heftee... a real meal for only 75$ (without cheese... 65$). This weekend only, May 17, 18, 19, FREE French Fries and choice of Soft Drink with the purchase of a Hardee's Heftee! Save 45c Hurry on down to Mrs. Joe Hoelscher entertained the L. or L. CLUB at her home. The evening was spent playing canasta, with Mrs. Raymond Nellesen winning high score prize and Mrs. Frank Wegner. low. Mrs. Nellesen will have the next party, June 20. Meeting for an afternoon bridge party at Mrs. Melvin Pietig's home were members of the NEW DEAL Club. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Fred Ortner, the hostess, Mrs. Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Edward Wieland. Mrs. Ed Johnson will be hostess next, May 30. For their closing party, STACKED DECK Club members and a guest, Mrs. David McCoy, met at the Country Club for dinner and then spent the evening playing bridge at Mrs. Steve Hilsabeck's home. Mrs. John Vermilyea received high score prize; Mrs. McCoy, second; and Mrs. Robert Langenfeld, low and traveling. Mrs. Earl Thompson was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the G.T.O.B. CLUB at her home. Winning prizes were Mrs. George Hess, a guest outside membership; Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier and Mrs. Lillian Reinhart. The next meeting will be at Mrs. William Witte's home, May 22. Bridge was played at the evening party of the 2-4-T CLUB at the home of Mrs. Leo Meisheid, whose additional guest was Mrs. Glen Martin. High score prize was won by Mrs. A. W. Smith; second, Mrs. Art Reinart; and traveling, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger. Mrs. Lewis Voyles will be hostess next. May 29. The POMPTAE SOMATEO Club has its last party of the season at the home of Mrs. Ralph Mclntire at Sac City. Mrs. Mildred Jones, Sac City, was a guest other than members. The women played bridge at three tables, with Mrs. Art Hulsing. Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mrs. Elmer Wille receiving score prizes. Japanese fans were given as favors. Mrs. James Aitken will be the first hostess in the fall. To Graduate . . . Becky Stalzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stalzer of Carroll, will graduate from Creighton Memorial St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing, Omaha, Neb. on May 19. Miss Stalzer will be employed at St. Joseph Hospital. Ten Women are Guests at Newcomers Thirty-eight women, including ten guests, attended the May dinner meeting of Newcomers Club Thursday evening at Tony's Restaurant. First-time guests of the club were Mrs. Roger Ehmke, Mrs, Melvin Govig, Mrs. Dan Hilsabeck and Mrs. Wilbert Lussman. Mrs. John Eischeid, Mrs. Gerald Hayes and Mrs. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Anton Bluml arrived home Thursday morning after visiting for almost a month with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Neuerburg and family in Hayward, Calif. They went especially to attend the first communion of their grandson, Tommy Neuerburg. PARTY MEETING A meeting of the American Party in the meeting room of the court house in Jefferson, is scheduled May 24, at 8 p.m. Speakers will be Charles Hartman of Stuart, a candidate for State Treasurer. Guild Has Potluck to End Season A meeting and potluck luncheon at Mrs. James Copeland's home in Jefferson Thursday ended the current series of regular meetings for Trinity Guild of Episcopal Churchwomen. Mrs. J. D. Moore, vice president, conducted the business session during which plans were made for future church activities. Mrs. Robert A. Wright gave the United Thank Offering report and Odella McGowan reported on the recent rummage sale. Mrs. Copeland related highlights of the annual meeting she attended in Des Moines May 10-11 as delegate from the local church. She also was devotional leader at Thursday morning's meeting, basing the meditation on a book by Dr. Terwilliger, who was main speaker at the Des Moines meeting. The Guild's first fall meeting will be at Mrs. Wright's home, Sept. 12. Fine Arts Weekend at Kuemper High Kuemper High School students will display their talents and achievements of the year during the annual Fine Arts Weekend. On Friday night, a vocal and instrumental concert will begin at 8 p.m. Four awards will be presented during the concert. ART FESTIVAL Original objects d'art and paintings will be on display for judging and for private purchase from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 8 at Spencer. Monetary prizes will be offered for participating artists. The festival will include floral displays and an old-fashioned lemonade stand. The fine arts fair is scheduled from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday at the high school. Projects will be exhibited by the home economics, language arts, industrial arts, art and mechanical drawing students. The Madrigal Singers, speech and drama departments will entertain. Guides and program sheets will be available. Chairman of the festival is Dean Kollasch. Instructors serving as co-chairmen are Mrs. Norman Fletcher, Sr. Mary Walter Heires, Sr. Joanne Moeller, Patricija Deacon, Mrs. Bertha Harten. Gerald Moyer and Thomas Ryan. I Where the burgers are broiled... not fried. 582 West 6th Street Enjoy the Colonel's Light Lunch only 95* Daily Between 11 A.M. & 3 P.M. It's light but very satisfying Here's what you get: * 2 pcs. of Finger Lickin' Chicken * Crisp Cole Slaw * A delicious roll fried ® Clara Metz attended for the second time. Third-time guests and now members were Mrs. Tim Vermillion and Mrs. Darrell Heuton. Mrs. Ora Davis of Beaver Crossing, Neb., was a guest of her granddaughter, Mrs. Gary Bluhm. Bouquest of lilacs decorated the tables, and lilac pieces were on card tallies. The head table was centered with an arrangement donated by a local florist and was awarded as a door prize to Mrs. Eischeid as the mother with the most children, in honor of Mother's Day. She has five children. The table committee included Mrs. Tom Wandel, Mrs. Tom Twit, Mrs. Michael Greteman and Mrs. Bernard Schenkelberg. The program featured a style show in which several club members modeled fashions from a Carroll store. Card prizes were awarded to Mrs. Donald Isaak and Mrs. Heuton, high and low in court whist; Mrs. Eischeid, high, and Mrs. Twit, low, in bridge. The next meeting will be at Tony's at 7 p.m., June20. FRI.,.SAT.,SUN 2 SMASH HITS THAN THEY LEARNED SHE CORRUPTED THE YOUTHFUL MORALITY OF AN ENTIRE SCHOOL! oi'74 Hwy. 30 & Court St. 792-1677 CARROLL M«mb«r Carroll Chamber of Commtrct CAPRI CTY Phone 464-3040 LAKE CITY STARTS WED. May 15-21 7 DAYS Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. at 2:00 BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! Just for the fun of it! Probably the mort entertaining Western ever made I PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS, •I BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KIP" 'Hsl

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 7,900+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free