Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 21, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, May 21, 1974
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Hinners Note Golden Year At Halbur HALBUR — Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners of Halbur celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sunday, beginning with a 10:30 a.m. high mass celebrated by the Rev. Victor Kollasch. Mass servers, gift bearers and ushers were grandchildren of the couple. After the mass, about 600 relatives and friends attended a dinner in the parish hall. The Hinners' children hosted a reception for them from 2 to 4 p.m. A buffet supper was served at 5 p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Hinners have nine children, 58 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren. Guests attended from Yucaipa and Torrance, Calif.; Holmdel, N.J.; River Falls, Milwaukee and LaCrosse, Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Tuesday, May 21, 1974 ^T IMIIIMfitttltllttllllttlltllllllf tIMIItllllllllll Wis. ; Brookings, S.D.; Overland Park. Kan.: Pipestone and Austin. Minn.: Chicago, 111.; Omaha. Ralston and Clarkson. Neb.; Stuart, Underwood. Ankeny, Danbury, Ruthven. Emmetsburg. Iowa Falls. Davenport, Ames, Fort Dodge, Laurens, Spencer. Churdan, Jefferson, Boone, Audubon, Wall Lake and surrounding towns. ORIENTATION MEETING An orientation meeting for prospective members of St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday. May 24. Eleanor Stangl, orientation chairman, announced Tuesday. Women interested are asked to call Miss Stangl at 792-3430, and to meet in the hospital coffee shop. 1 <>f the most popular irlun>s of our time BILLY JACK TOM LAUGHLIN • DELORES TAYLOR .**,*, CLARK HOWAT tott**, * fMNK v4 TCKSA OMSTIW • Fn*c* t, MMV NOSE SOUI • (Undid 6, T. C. FUNK A MiOMl Slufrnt Film Cwpoutxm Pmduction • 1ECHNICO.OR* CMtaMMt *•«•» •»•». MM Annitxrury ^A A Warntf Commumciliont Com»>n Starts Wednesday! Carroll, Iowa Carroll D.I. Perry, Iowa Perry STARTS THURSDAY Ft. Dodge, Iowa Astro A Musical Program at Guild Meet Sixth grade pupils of Holy Spirit School entertained with musical selections at the Holy Spirit Women's Guild meeting Monday night. Theme of the program was "Songs Around the World", featuring folksongs. Included were Chinese. Turkish and English songs and a Latin-American number with three rhythms. "Habah Nagilah", a Palestinian folksong and traditional dance, concluded the entertainment. Mrs. Gilbert Johnson, vocal teacher, planned and introduced the program. A potluck dinner and business meeting preceded the entertainment. Mrs. Cletus Windschitl, Guild president, told the group of plans for the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Andrew Hoffman on June 1 and the reception following his first mass on June 2. She also reminded the women of the annual school cleaning day on May 29. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V. F., commented briefly on the blessings for the parish and community in the Rev. Mr. Hoffman's ordination. Tables were decorated with fresh flowers and centered around a May altar. Legion of Mary members Mrs. Paul Caraher and Mary Helen Klocke led the women in the rosary. Mrs. Ronald Puterbaugh was introduced as a new member. Mary Louis and Mrs. Douglas Middendorf served as co-chairmen for the evening. Term Begins For Rainbow New officers of Assembly No. 50. Order of Rainbow for Girls, assumed their duties at the first meeting of the new term Monday evening at the Masonic Temple. Beth Peterson is the new worthy advisor. Julie Teague was installed in the color station of service. In the business session the girls discussed summer plans. The next meeting date is June 3. ON TV Mrs. Evorn (Margaret) Halvorsen of Lake City, junior high teacher at Carroll Community Schools, will appear as the second contestant on "To Tell the Truth" to be shown on Channel 8. KCCI-TV, at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. May 23. She won the Iowa State Fair hog calling contest last summer and taped the TV show earlier this spring in New York. A DOOR BUSTIN', RIP SNORTIN', MONEY SAVIN' SHOE SALE 400 PAIRS All drastically reduced for quick clearance. EARLY SPRING STYLES NINA TOWN & COUNTRY BANDALINDS FANFARES TEMPOS MOXEE BASS MANY MORE Starting Wednesday, a't 9 a.m. we'll be all geared up for 9 days of fast and furious selling . . . like never"before! We're determined to MOVE over 400 pairs of this season's early spring shoes in the period starting Wednesday through May 31st. We're just about to go into the peak of summer sandal business. There are hundreds of new summer sandals on the floor now and due to the limited stock space of our shoe department we must clear out the remainder of our EARLY SPRING shoe styles to make room. But to be quite frank ... we don't want this sale to linger on during our regular sandal season so we're making the sale prices on the EARLY SPRING shoes extra appealing and running the sale through May 31st only. You'll find some great bargains, but hurry! ELLERBROEK'S SHOES Westgate Mall Carroll, Iowa June Wedding . . . The approaching marriage of Ann Geisler and Sammy Baugh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Baugh of Carroll, is announced by the bride-elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Geisler of Churdan. The wedding will take place June 15 at St. Columbkille's Catholic Church in Churdan. Graduate — Mike Loughran, son of Mrs. Kay Loughran of Breda, will graduate with a degree in Associate of Arts at Iowa Central Community College, Fort Dodge, on May 25. The 9:30 a.m. exercises will take place in the Fort Dodge Senior High School gymnasium. Commencerr.ent speaker will be Mark McCormick. Justice -of the Iowa Supreme Court and a native of Fort Dodge. 30 Tons of Sand to 150 Families Thirty tons of sand were delivered to 150 families in Carroll during the annual Sandbox Day on Sunday, sponsored by Charles Carroll Council No. 780. Knights of Columbus. The sand was donated by Carroll Ready Mix Company. Chairmen for the event were Eugene Havermann and Denny Tigges. Other workers included Larry Hansman, Walt Wernimont, Martin and Tom Steffes. the Rev. Richard Birdsall, Dick Wernimont, Joe Neil, Roman Steffes, Arnold Havermann, Larry Bluml, Rex Krebs, Jim Louis, Gary Quandt, Dan Wurzer and Frank Beckman. Refreshments for the workers were provided by the Knights of Columbus and a grocery store in Maple River. AWARDS NIGHT Anyone wishing tickets for the Jaycee awards banquet May 25 at the Derby should contact Harry Rotert, Bob Beeson, Jerry Webber, Zenas Becker, Jim Carroll or Leon Riesberg. The banquet is open to the public. Future Bride Complimented Cathy Greving, daughter of Mrs. Anna Greving, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon at the South Side Park shelter house. The afternoon was spent playing games, after which Miss Greving opened her gifts. Lunch was served by Janice Wenck and Mrs. Larry Greving. Miss Greving will marry Bill Wieland, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wieland, at 7 p.m. June 7 in St. Mary's Church at Willey. W.B.C. Club Ends Season The W.B.C. Club held its final bridge party of the season Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Robert Christensen, whose additional guests were Mrs. Mike Arts and Mrs. Robert Langenfeld. Winning score prizes were Mrs. Langenfeld. high; Mrs. William Hammen, second; and Mrs. Darwin Bunger, low. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Roy Huegerich of Carroll and their daughter. Sharon, of Des Moines attended the graduation of Miss Huegerich's fiance, Fred Kopp, from the University of Iowa Law School Saturday at Iowa City. They were dinner guests of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kopp, at Muscatine. Berle Millers Head Campaign for Sen. Milligan State Sen. George Milligan (R-Des Moines) has appointed Mr. and Mrs. Berle Miller of Templeton as Carroll County chairmen of the Milligan for U. S. Senate Committee. The Millers have been active for many years in farm organizations, youth activities, and Republican Party affairs. The Millers have also been active supporters in the campaigns of Lt. Gov. Arthur A. Neu and Congressman William Scherle. Mrs. Miller is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNaughton of Carroll. The Millers' daughter, Nadine Iverson, and her husband, Roger, are also active in Sen. Milligan's campaign in Warren County. STUDENT HONORED Mark Sporleder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sporleder of Carroll, will graduate from Iowa Central Community College with an associate of arts degree on May 25. He was listed in Who's Who in American Junior Colleges and was on the National Honor Society. We sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Disiributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and But'T Calendar 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 Mrs. O'Connor Advanced at GE Appointment of Mrs. Darwin O'Connor as second shift supervisor in the General Electric assembly area was announced Tuesday by Dick Tadsen, unit manager, assembly. She will be responsible for all operations on the 23 and 31 lines. She is a 1956 graduate of Auburn High School and worked in the Ft. Dodge area before joining General Electric here in September of 1972. She has held jobs as manufacturing process routine, manufacturing process checker, line inspector, set up - light, and her most recent job as group 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 THURSDAY— C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Dwight Fiscus STOP Club, 7 p.rn, 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle Hospital Auxiliary orientation, 1:30 p.m., coffee shop Don Kunecke is Ordained as a Deacon Don Kunecke of Afton has been ordained a permanent deacon for the Diocese of Des Moines. His wife Madonna is formerly of Carroll, and the couple have several relatives in this area. As a Catholic deacon, Kunecke will assist with baptisms, marriages, funerals, homilies and other- duties. Ther permanent deaconate program began five years ago in the Des Moines Diocese. Kunecke has been active in the CCD program and community activities in the St. Edward's parish Afton. Kunecke has joined the Leon Regional Team Ministry. The four members of the team care for seven parishes. The new deacon and his wife have three children, Brad, 13, and 10-year-old twins, Ronald and Ronda. He is a salesman for Gifford-Brown Inc. in Des Moines. YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW LAKE CITY NOW THRU TUESDAY Eves: 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. 2 of Carnarvon Enter Hospital CARNARVON — Sunday guests in the Roland Thorpe home here, were Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thorpe and family of Ankeny, Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Borrow and family of Storm Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Denzel Thorpe and family of near Nemaha. Gene Boeckman entered the hospital in Lake City Friday for treatment for infection on his ankle. Mrs. Reiner Janssen of here entered Loring Hospital in Sac City Saturday forenoon. Mrs. Darwin O'Connor leader on the second shift. She and her husband have three sons, Dale, Steve, and Brian, and reside at 1038 Simon Avenue. BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! Just tor the fun of it! Program on Health Services Rosemary Fee, R.N., public health nurse employed by Community Opportunities, Inc. in Carroll, presented a program on health service available to people eligible under certain economic guidelines to students at Des Moines Area Community College School of Nursing, Carroll Center, on Thursday. She included two filmstrips emphasizing preventive health measures such as cancer screening, venereal disease diagnosis and treatment and other community resources available throughout the seven county area served by Community Opportunities, Inc. This includes referrals to private physicians, the Department of Social BSP PLANS Xi Gamma Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held its last regular meeting of the season Monday night at Mrs. Thomas Lambert's home. In the business session conducted by the new president. Mrs. Donald Hagedorn, members cast ballots for the chapter's "Girl of the Year". Her identity will be revealed at a "Girl of the Year" banquet to be held June 4 at the Red Carpet Lounge. A program on skin care and use of cosmetics was presented by Betty Chase, of Denison. assisted by Juiiy Case. i Services, local public health nurses and other health oriented resources. Mrs. Fee did not discuss abortions, the topic announced for her presentation earlier, since the agency neither has services established for abortion referral nor supports abortion services with consultation, funds or referral. PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS 'BUTCH CASSIDYAND THE SUNDANCE KID" Panavision* • Color by Deluxe* [PG! <ss- May 22 A 23 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW .-V LAKE CITY 2 DAYS ONLY 7:00 & 9:00 FOR THOSE WHO SEEK THOSE WHO STREAK COME WITH US AND SNEAK A PEAK! ELITE THE FLORSHEIM SUNTIME SANDAL What other way to go in the sunshine than in beautiful genuine leather sandals from Florsheim. Quality, comfort and stunning fashion are the hallmarks of sunfun from Florsheim. Black Patent, blue patent, white patent. Sk ANDERSON SHOES

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