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Mrs. Homan New Regent of DAR Unit Mrs. G. W. Homan of Glidden was elected Saturday as regent of Priscilla Alden Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution. She will succeed Mrs. C. A. McNaughton of Carroll, who presided over the 1:30 p.m. dessert meeting at the home of Mrs. Irving Ealy in Glidden. Also elected were Odella McGowan, vice regent: Mrs. Ealy, chaplain: Jean McNaught. secretary; Mrs. Walter Anneberg. treasurer: Mrs. George Steigerwalt. registrar; Mrs. F. R. Burton, historian; and Lena Hayes, librarian. Miss McGowan gave the nominating committee's report. Mrs. William H. Rust gave the national defense report which opposed the low interest loans for Russia on United States exports to that country. A welcome to the chapter's newest member, Mrs. Burton, was read by Miss McGowan. A tribute to the late Mrs. Ed Kruse was written and read by Mrs. McNaughton. For the program, reports were given on the DAR's Continental Congress held recently in Washington, D.C. Times Herald, Carroll, la. r Monday, May 20, 1974 O Mrs. Wilbur Gordon showed snapshots she had taken on the chartered bus trip and said she was impressed particularly with the Lancaster County. Pa., area where she visited a pretzel factory, Valley Forge, Philadelphia and Independence Hall. Miss Hayes said there were 3,377 registered at the conference and told of the guest speakers, among them President Nixon and Jesse M. Holmes of North Carolina. The next meeting will be a noon picnic June 8 at the Glidden Park shelter house. COLLEGE GRADUATES Eight area students at Morningside College. Sioux City, received degrees during commencement exercises Sunday. Bachelor of arts graduates were Patrick J. Riddle. Carroll; Janet L. Higgins. Denison. magna cum laude; Lucinda A. Mapel. Lake City, cum laude; Daryl L. Hecht, Lytton. summa cum laude: Peggy A. Mehrhoff. Odebolt, cum laude. Robert C. Youngren. Odebolt. James J. Jacobsen, Sac City, and Anita Reising. Wall Lake, received bachelor of science degrees. DARWIN PETERSEN Swapping is an old American tradition. But there's a new type of swapping taking place in this country, and it's helping homeowners save both their own money and the precious energy reserves in the country, as well. The current swapping craze is the changing of old. outdated home servants for ones which use energy more efficiently. A few short years ago. for example, the microwave oven was something to buy to 1 "keep up with the Joneses." But today, the modern homemaker recognizes the microwave oven as a vital time and energy saver. A microwave oven consumes about one-fifth the amount of electricity used by a conven- tial oven, and it takes only half to one-third the time to do the same cooking job. ****** While on the subject of kitchen planning, here's a reminder that our Home Service Department has planned programs available for civic, church or social groups at no charge. These free demonstrations are available on cooking, appliance use, electronic cooking and many other subjects pertaining to the home. Just give us a call for further information. Another IPS program that has met w i t h popular response is a 9 l a-minute film. "Electricity Safety from A to Zap." which is designed to inform lower and middle elementary grade students about electrical hazards, safety precautions, electric power, and how it travels to and through the home. \Ve started the program the first week in April and already more than 10.000 students in over 60 schools throughout our service area have viewed the film.' We hope young people will learn to use energy wisely and safely, too. This film should be of some help along those lines. Future films of this nature are being planned for the fall when school reopens. A seven-year-old boy's definition of water: "Water is clear, wet stuff that turns dark when you wash in it." Don't forget to give us a call about a free Energy Guidance Check of your home. Our Energy Management Consultant can show you how you can make your home energy efficient and more comfortable, too. One sure way to double your money is to fold it once and put it back in your pocket. New Officers Of Rainbow Are Installed Assembly No. 50. Order of Rainbow for Girls, held open installation of officers for the summer term Sunday afternoon at the Masonic Temple. New worthy advisor is Beth Peterson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Allan M. Peterson. Installing officer was Maureen Ohde. assisted by Karen Hansen as marshal. Nancy Merritt. chaplain; Diane McDonald, recorder; and Janet Eissens, musician. Sandra Marsh was vocal soloist. After she had taken her vows of office at the Rainbow altar, Miss Peterson was escorted to her station by her father as Miss Marsh sang "You've Got a Friend", which is the new worthy advisor's theme for her term. They walked through an aisle of Rainbow and DeMolay members. Mara Neu, daughter of Lt. Gov. and Mrs. Arthur A. Neu, presented her with a pink and white nosegay of daisies, her chosen flowers. Other new officers are Diann Frank, associate advisor; Deb Fen-en, chaplain; Becky Blincow. hope; Becky McDonald, faith; Pam Tenold. chaplain; Michelle White, drill leader; Lori Wilkins. love; Pat Petersen. religion; Lynette Hansen. nature; Beverly Fuller, immortality; Alison Beck, fidelity; Holly Evans, patriotism; Julie Teague. service; Jean Gretlenberg. confidential observer; and Roxanne Ohde. musician. DeMolay escorts were Tim Fredrickson. Kerry Sides. John Peterson. Jeff Peterson. DeLane Hutcheson. Kevin Deen and Jim Sides. Paul Peterson and Eric Neu assisted with chairs. Stephanie Mueller and Kitty Sheehan were in charge of the guest book Miss Peterson introduced her parents and other special guests. Mrs. Robert McDonald, worthy matron of Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, which sponsors the Assembly, also was introduced as were members of the Rainbow advisory board. Signet Chapter's traditional gift, a white Bible, was presented to the new worthy advisor by Mrs. McDonald. Miss P.eterson spoke concerning her theme. Her colors are pink and .blue and her symbol, the heart. Gifts were presented to her and Maureen Ohde. outgoing worthy advisor, by the mother advisor. Mrs. Gene Vincent. Miss Ohde also received flowers as she was escorted about the room. The Rev. Mr. Peterson pronounced ,the benediction. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ohde were in charge of refreshments served in the dining room after the installation. A pink and blue color scheme was carried out in table appointments. Mrs. A. N. Neu and Mrs. S. S. Kudsk presided at the coffee service and punch bowl. Miss Franey Bride Of Tom DeVries lowan Killed by Electric Shock TAMA, Iowa (AP)-Charles L. Boyd Jr., 32, rural Tama. was electrocuted Sunday while repairing a water pump in the basement of his home. County authorities said. SINGER THIS WEEK ONLY ONE AND FEW-OF-A-KIND FLOOR SAMPLE, DEMONSTRATOR, TRADE-IN AND DISCONTINUED SEWING MACHINES • Portables*Consoles»Zig-Zags'Stretch-Stitch Models TOUCH & SEW SEWING MACHINES LAKE CITY - Nancy Franey and Tom DeVries exchanged wedding vows here May 18 in a 2 p.m. ceremony at St. Mary's Catholic Church, with the Rev. James Fandel officiating. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Franey and Mr. and Mrs. Herman DeVries, all of Lake City. Entertain for Future Bride A shower honoring Mary Jo Eischeid was given by her sisters. Mrs. Tony Muhlbauer Jr.. Sandra, Sue and Annette Eischeid and Jane Riesberg at the Don Riesberg home Sunday afternoon. She will marry James Hugg on June 8. Corsages were presented to the bride-elect; her mother. Mrs. Don Riesberg. of Halbur; and the future groom's mother, Mrs. Curtis Hugg of Denison. A bride centerpiece and candles decorated the table. Other decorations were in Miss Eischeid's colors, light and dark blue. Various games were played, after which the honoree opened her gifts and lunch was served. BABY BAPTIZED Craig Allan Havermann. infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Havermann of Carroll, was baptized May 19 in Holy Spirit Church by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz. V.F. Godparents were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Havermann. Attending a dinner at the Havermann home afterward were the godparents and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Havermann and Craig's three brothers. The baby's maternal grandmother. Mrs. M. A. Wattier of Early, spent last week with the family. Craig was born May 10 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. CAMP TRAINING The District II Girl Scout day camp training will be held Tuesday from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the east side of Swan Lake State Park. Anyone who will be helping with any day camp in the district is invited. The morning session will be on cooking, and the afternoon sessions on nature and crafts. HOSPITALIZED Marion L. Kraus is recuperating from back surgery at Methodist Hospital in Des Moines. She is in room 507, Younkers Rehabilitation, of the hospital. HONOR GRADUATES Four local students at Northwest Missouri State University. Maryville, Mo., graduated with highest honors during commencement exercises May 11. Judith Ankenbauer. Dedham, Mary Goodwin. Glidden, Rex Gittins, Gray, and Norma Heydon, Coon Rapids, attained a grade point average of 3.5 or better on the university's 4.0scale. Barbara Madsen and Wayne Madsen of Audubon, Denise Raideen St. Peter, Scranton, and Donald Weston, Gray, received honors for academic grade point averages of 3.0 or better. NUN INITIATED Sr. Lois Friedman of Halbur was'one of 800 students at Purdue University. West Lafayette, Ind., to be initiated into Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Phi Kappa Phi recognizes superior scholarship in^all academic disciplines. • All previously-owned trade-in machines have been reconditioned ready-to-sew • Limited quantities of many models, not all model sat all stores CLEARANCE! SINGER* MONOGRAMMERS YOUR CHOICE $ 1P .19.95 Choose from two models; both adapt to all Singer* sewing machines, both with letter placement guide. SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. •A ludcmjilol IHL blNOtR COMPANY Copyright , I <) 1 1 Illl SINI.L K UJMPANY. All RighK Reserved I hrou|(houl Iht World. Organist was Elaine Owens; soloists were Teri DeVries and Denny Miller. Mike Nutter and Randy Bellinghausen were altar boys. Ushers were Mike Schleisman and Mike Remsburg. White daisies and yellow pompons decorated the altar. Mr. Franey gave his daughter in marriage. Honor attendants were her sister, Mrs. Mary Peters of Oswego Lake, 111., and Tom Bared of Davenport. The groom's sister. Mrs. Jim Jackson, was bridesmatron and Jerry DeVries, groomsman. The bride wore a floor-length gown of white nylon organza trimmed with reembroidered lace. It was fashioned with a high neckline, long sleeves and an A-line skirt. Scalloped lace outlined her long veil. She carried a cascade bouquet of yellow and white daisies and baby's breath. The matron of honor wore green and the bridesmatron, yellow. Large white hats completed their ensembles. Each carried a bouquet of white daisies and yellow pompons. The reception was held in St. Mary's social center for 175 guests. Mr. and Mrs. DeVries will make their home in Davenport, where the bride is a computer operator at Frank's Foundry and the groom is a student at Palmer College of Chiropractic. The bride and groom graduated from Lohrville and Lake City High Schools respectively. Vanderheiden Studio Photo Live in Westside...Mr. and Mrs. Steven Schmitz are living at Westside after their marriage April 27 at Zion Lutheran Church in Arcadia. She is the former Bonnie Stark, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Stark of Westside; his parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clair Schmitz of Arcadia. The 7:30 p.m. ceremony was performed by the Rev. Lawrence Sawhill and was followed by a reception at the church. The bride and groom are employed at Westside. STUDENTS GRADUATE Seven local students at Drake University received degrees during the university's 93rd annual commencement Saturday at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, Des Moines. James Bonney, Coon Rapids, and John Pringle, Carroll, received bachelor of science in business administration degrees; Timothy Robson, Scranton, bachelor of music; • George H. Hoemann Jr., Denison, Nicholas Olesen, Coon Rapids, and Martin Sprock. Audubon, bachelor of arts; and LaDean Casey. Carroll, master of arts. COUPON Buy one brazier cheeseburger at the regular price. Get the second for 10 C with this coupon. Limit: One per customer. Good thru May 24, 1974. i Dairy Queen brazier Carroll Iowa Sharon Golwitzer Donna Rohe *Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp ©Copyright 1974, Am. D.Q. Corp. Diane Heithoff Receive Diplomas . . . Five young women from the Carroll area were among 44 students receiving diplomas at Boys Town Music Hall in Omaha May 19 when Creighton Memorial St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing graduated its last class. They include Donna Mae Rohe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Rohe of Route 3, Carroll; Rebecca Anne Stalzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stalzer of Carroll; Janet Rose Starman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Starman of Carroll, formerly of Dedham; Sharon Regina Golwitzer. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Golwitzer of Glidden; and Diane Fay Heithoff. daughter of Virgil Heithoff of Templeton. The Rev. Carl M. Reinert. S.J.. ;; president of the Creighton • University Development Foundation, delivered the graduation address. A reception for new graduates and their families was held at the Indian Hills Educational Center in Omaha. Golden Circle Meeting Held Pinochle was played at six tables at the Saturday night general meeting of Golden Circle Club. Winning score prizes for the women were Mrs. Bertha Klocke and Mrs. John Vanderheiden. Joe Sanders and Mike Mitchell won men's prizes. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh; Lawrence Hesslingh received the tally prize. GRADUATED Second Lt. Steven G. Lappe. son of Mr. and Mrs. George K. Lappe of Glidden, has graduated at Mather AFB. Calif., from the U. S. Air Force electronic warfare officer course conducted by the Air Training Command. Lt. Lappe is being assigned to Korat Royal Thai AFB, Thailand, for duty with a unit of the Pacific Air Forces. A 1967 graduate of Glidden-Ralston Community High School, he received his B.S. degree in speech in 1971 from Iowa State University. He was commissioned in 1972 upon completion of Officer Training School at Lackland AFB, Tex. See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES Ledgers Journals Filing Supplies Card Files See us before you buy. STONE'S rlwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Rebecca Stalzer Vicki Fuller Complimented A prenuptial shower honoring Vicki Fuller was given Sunday afternoon by Mrs. Wayne Weeks, Mrs. Norman Winchester, Mrs. William Stickrod, Mrs. Betty Lane and Gayle Schleisman. About 20 guests attended the courtesy at Mrs. Weeks' home, where lavender and purple, chosen colors of the bride-elect, were featured in decorations. Entertainment included games, after which lunch was served and gifts were opened. Miss Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, and Randy Plotz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Plotz, will be married at First United Methodist Church here June 22. ATTEND GRADUATION HALBUR — Attending Mary Jo Eischeid's graduation from Bishop Clarkson Memorial Hospital School of Nursing at the Joslyn Memorial Art Museum's Witherspoon Concert Hall in Omaha May 16 were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Don Riesberg and family of Halbur; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alois Reineke and Ted Eischeid Sr.; her fiance, James Hugg; Mr. and Mrs. Tony Muhlbauer Jr., Mrs. Mary Hugg and Gary Loeffelholz. Miss Eischeid graduated with high honors and also received the student of the year award. A tea and reception were held afterward atStorzPavillion. MEMORIAL SERVICE Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, will hold a memorial service for deceased members during its regular meeting Tuesday. May 21, at 8 p.m. The unit will make plans for Poppy Week, poppy sales and the Memorial Day parade. Janet Starman YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW ^ ' CAPRH Calendar 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 St. Mary's Guild. Willey. 8 p.m. TUESDAY— Newcomers Coffee. 9:30 a.m., courthouse Epsilon Chi. Mrs. Patrick Miller Gay Nine T's. Mrs. James Short Pla-Mor. Mrs. Albert Reinhart Community Club, Mrs. Rudolph Nees Golden Circle bridge Players 8. Mrs. Elmer Heiman H.N.H. Club. Mrs. Elmer Bedford High Bidders. Mrs. Frank Liewer Legion Auxiliary WEDNESDAY- Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Emma Kraus Toastmistress. Derby Golden Circle euchre G.T.O.B Club, Mrs. William Witte Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! Just for the fun of H! LAKE CITY NOW THRU TUESDAY Eves: 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Maf. 2:00 P.M. PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS 'BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KID" Panavision" • Color by Deluxe* |PC WED. & THURS. ONLY May 22 & 23 Allen Flint's 1st Candid Camera Feature Film Rated X "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY?" 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 Hwy. 30 & Court St. 792-1677 CARROLL L UMKKULL Member Carroll Chamber of Commerce ^^H ^^H ^^H ^^H ••• IMIJ^^I ^^H HHI v^^l H^H IHI I^H^^H

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