Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 23, 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:
Thursday, May 23, 1974
Page 4
Start Free Trial

Collectors Club to Hold Flea Market The Carroll County Collector's Club is sponsoring a flea market coin and antique show at the Farm Bureau building here Sunday. May 26. from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Club members will set up their displays for trading, selling and buying. The public is invited and there will be no admission charge. The show is expected to attract hobbyists from a wide area. Charles Karn of Glidden is club president. The group's annual coin show has been set for Oct. 5-6 at Holy Spirit Auditorium in Carroll. Baby Shower Honors Two Mrs. Ray Schrock and Mrs. Glenn Odell were honored at a coffee Wednesday morning as mothers of sons born on May 3. The coffee was held at the home of Mrs. John Ribeling, with Mrs. Harold Carver and Mrs. Mary Johannsen as co-hostesses. Guests outside of St. John's American Lutheran Church's Naomi Circle were Mrs. Roger Ehmke and Mrs. Rudy Alfson. The two recent mothers opened their gifts. ACS MEETING The second 1974 quarterly meeting of the Carroll County Chapter of the American Cancer Society will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the court house meeting room. All officers, committee chairmen, directors and interested persons are invited to attend. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, May 23, 1974 Mrs. Kraus Hostess to Flower Club Twelve members of the Flower and Garden Club attended the May meeting Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Emma Kraus, answering roll call by telling of annuals they had planted this spring. In the business session letters from the Extension office were read concerning the Car Clinic for Women on May 29 and the tour to eastern Iowa on June 20. After Mrs. Opal Jones gave a lesson on flowers suitable for north and south locations, Mrs. Kraus gave an account of her three-week tour of California and other states. Dessert and coffee were served and members then viewed Mrs. Kraus' yard and flowers. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Albert Baumhover's home, June 26. SWIMMING PROGRAM WESTSIDE - The American Red Cross Swimming Program for Westside will be held at the Manning Municipal Swimming Pool. The lessons will be from June 10 to June 24, Monday through Friday, from 11 to noon. The charge is $3 for each child and the pool charge is 30 cents. Lesson forms may be picked up at the Westside State Savings Bank in Westside. Walt Johnson should be contacted to register and pay. Linda Staiert Diane Frischmeyer Scholarship Winners . . .Diane Frischmeyer and Linda Staiert. 1974 graduates of Kuemper High School, are among 11 college freshmen who will receive Briar Cliff College Presidential Scholarships valued at $2,000, it was announced by Dr. Kasper C. Marking, college president. They are daughters of the Lawrence Frischmeyers and Edwin Staierts of Carroll. To qualify for the scholarships students must show outstanding academic ability and demonstrate leadership in non-academic areas. Final Vows Professed Sr. Darlene Wessling. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling of Carroll, professed her final vows within the Franciscan Sisters of the Eucharist on May 20 at the House of Bread in Lowell, Mich. She formerly taught at Florists Give Program On Arrangements See 1 TEMPLETON - Mrs. Roy Huegerich and Terri Pudenz of a Carroll flower shop gave a demonstration on flower arranging at the Sacred Heart MARGARET HALVORSEN Winner of last year's Hog Calling Contest at the Iowa State Fair. TONIGHT at 6:30 p.m. on 'To Tell The Truth" Program KCCI • DES MOINES CH. 7« • CAHROU Society meetfng Tuesday evening in the school cafeteria. One of the arrangements they made was given as a door prize to Mrs. Leo Wiskus. Reception of new members of the Confraternity of Christian Mothers Society was held during a mass preceding the meeting. New members are Mrs. Ernest Wehn. Mrs. Vern Sporrer. Mrs. Tom Horbach, Mrs. Gerald Irlbeck and Mrs. Bernard Irlbeck. 'Mrs. Randy Behrens was aw'ar.ded the attendance prize., Lunch and bingo followed, with Mrs. Gary Rupiper as chairman and Mrs. Paul Riesberg, co-chairman. This was the last meeting of the season, with activities to resume in September. Each deposit Iniurad to 120.000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Holy Spirit School in Carroll. Attending the mass and ceremony were her parents; her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Seidl of Fort Dodge; and her brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. George Wessling of Forest City. KIWANIS MEETS Vincent Koenig spoke on coin collections and showed some samples from his own collection at the Carroll Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday night. Joe Twit was the program chairman, and Harold Frey presided. Mrs. Collison Is Speaker at Toastmistress Carroll Toastmistress Club members Wednesday night were taken on a verbal tour of San Francisco by Mrs. M. L. Collison in a talk titled "Architectural Masterpieces of History, Culture and Fantasy". The speaker described the city's first mint, built following the 1848 gold rush. She said it withstood the 1906 earthquake and is now a .historical monument. The present mint is housed in the 'S'afri""F rancisco Essay Building. Other architectural masterpieces described included St. Mary's Cathedral, a cultural center and the Hyatt Regency Hotel in the Embarcadero Center, built at a cost of $300 million. Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, president, presided at the dinner meeting at the Derby. Mrs. Harry D. Frank offered the invocation and led the pledge to the flag. Table topics covering equal rights for women and problems faced by today's young people were moderated by Mrs. Anna Harrington. Rose Marie Schweers served as program toastm istress. Louise Florencourt was speech evaluator; Esther Juergens. grammarian; and Ethel Forrest, general evaluator. Reunion for Carroll High Class of 1924 The Carroll High School class of 1924 held its 50-year reunion here this week. Events began with attendance at the high school graduation exercises Tuesday night. The 15 former classmates present were introduced as a group by Supt. Allen N. Stroh. A Wednesday afternoon activity was a tour of the city in a Carroll Community School bus driven by Calvin Edwards, with H. J. Kienapfel as narrator. St. Anthony Regional Hospital and several nursing homes were included in the tour itinerary as well as churches, schools, residential, recreational and industrial areas. Dr. Roland B. Morrison was master of ceremonies for a 7 p.m. banquet and program at Tony's Restaurant Wednesday night. Classmates gave highlights of their lives and letters were read from absent members. The class song, prophecy and will were recalled and there was a memoriam for 12 of the 45-member class who are deceased. Twenty-one 1924 alumni, or 63 per cent of the living members, attended reunion events. Many were accompanied by spouses. Class members present Card Clubs Had Parties Wednesday The FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Lester Schleisman. The evening was spent playing 500. After nine games, score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Art Otto, Mrs. Elizabeth Brinker, Mrs. George Otto and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. Mrs. Art Otto will have the next party. May 29. Meeting for bridge in the afternoon at Mrs. William Witte's home were members of the G.T.O.B. CLUB. Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier. Mrs. Earl Thompson and the hostess won score prizes. Six tables were in play at the weekly euchre party of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club, held in the evening at the clubrooms. Women's score prizes went to Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh and Mrs. Louise Fasbender and men's, to Herman Nieland and John Mattes. Mrs. Victor Wernimont received the tally prize. RECEIVE SCHOLARSHIPS Danny Gute, Coon Rapids, and John Sklenar. Audubon, have received $100 achievement scholarships to continue their educations at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo., during the 1974-75 academic year. The award is based upon the student's 1973-74 fall semester grade point average, which must be at least a 3.0. Memorial Day Events Planned MANNING - Plans for the Memorial Day dinner and program are being made by the American Legion and VFW auxiliaries. The dinner will be held at the VFW hall. Poppies will be sold throughout the Memorial weekend. The annual Children's Day pie stand will be held June 1, it was announced at the American Legion auxiliary meeting May 14. Lola Ahrendsen reported that 141 pillows were cleaned during the pillow cleaning project. Elaine Struve said that 54 pints of blood were donated during the recent bloodmobile visit. Lila Schroeder reported ACCEPTJOBS Harold Hylton of Carroll has accepted a position as elementary and junior high principal at Braymer, according to the office of placement services at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, Mo. Three local university seniors have also obtained positions. Don Weston of Gray will be assistant elementary principal at Savannah, Mo. Nancy Weems of Manning will teach sixth grade in Rock Port, Mo., and Rex Gittens of Gray will be employed at Arthur Anderson in Omaha, Neb. on the FFA banquet, and Carolyn Blohm gave the legislative report. Shirley McCollum received the draw prize. Refreshments were served by Elaine Struve and her committee. GRADUATES WITH HONOR Janet G r undmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Orren L. Grundmeier of Carroll, graduated magna cum laude from Wartburg College, Waverly, during the commencement ceremony May 19. Class of '24 . . .Members of the Carroll High School class of 1924 and their spouses took a bus tour of Carroll Wednesday as part of their 50-year class reunion. The tour route included new —staff photo residential areas, churches, schools, and recreational and industrial areas. Carroll's urban renewal project was also explained to the group by H. J. Kienapfel, tour narrator. were Helen (Kreger) Knight of Hot Springs, Ark., Iris (Coomes) Mount of Allegan, Mich., Ralph Atkinson of Chicago, 111., Kathleen (Barrett) Christman of Arlington Heights, 111., Louis Shoemaker of Cedar Rapids, Viola (Reinart) Schleisman of Iowa City, Melvina (Joebgen) McPhersen of Lake Park, Aleeta (Toyne) Peters of Van Meter, Walter Otto of Sac City; Irene (Launspach) Jesne and lola (Martin) Jorgensen of Lake City, Geraldine (Tyndale) Klein of Scranton, Emma (Kroeger) Platt of Glidden, Donald Cassidy and Cathryn (Mitchell) Werner of Omaha, Neb., Walter and Violette (Holley) Rose, Winita (Goodwin) Harriott, Loretta (Jacobs) Lesle, Dr. Morrison and Margie (Meyers) Lenz, all of Carroll. Included in the group of 36 attending the banquet were members of other classes including Gaylord Short of Florida, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Madigan, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison and Leonard Bromert of Carroll. Mrs. Lenz was chairman of the reunion. Honor Grads at Reception The 14 eighth grade students from St. Mary's Church, Willey, were honored at a reception following the mass Wednesday evening. Members of the ladies guild prepared the luncheon in the parish hall. The class will receive report cards and diplomas from their Calenda r Club. Mrs. Paul THURSDAY- C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Dwight Fiscus STOP Club. 7 p.m. 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle Hospital Auxiliary orientation, 1:30 p.m., coffee shop SATURDAY- Golden Circle TUESDAY— P. E .0.. Mrs. H. K. Richardson Delta Dek. Mrs. H. L. Silsby Golden Circle bridge A.B. Club. Mrs. R. K. Cooper Spela Kort, Mrs. Paul Snyder F.N.W. Snyder A.B.C. Club. Mrs. William Frank Town and Country Club. Mrs. Henry Steinkamp Shower Fetes Cindy Irlbeck DEDHAM — A bridal shower honoring Cindy Irlbeck was held at the parish hall on Sunday afternoon. About 75 women were present. Bingo prizes were awarded. The tables were decorated in Miss Irlbeck's chosen colors of white and blue. Lunch was served by the committee, after which the bride-to-be opened her gifts. Door prize was won by Mrs. John Sporrer, and Mrs. Alfred Wiskus won the plate prize. Miss Irlbeck will marry Robert Schumacher of Coon Rapids on June 22 at 1:30 p.m. at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham. pastor, the Kev. James Fangman, during the 9 a.m. mass Sunday. Graduating eighth graders are Maurice Brincks, Myron Danzer, Steve Greteman, James Grossman, David Hackfort, Denise Klocke, Lois Knobbe, Richard Meiners, Doan Schmitz, Kenneth Tigges, Kevin Tigges, Diane Tigges, Randy Schon and Douglas Kramer. The Rev. Henry Meyer will present diplomas and report cards to the 18 graduates of St. Joseph Church, Dedham, at the 7:30 a.m. mass Sunday. The students are Danny Anthofer, Terry Axman, Mardell Danner, Dale Derner, Mary Jo Heman, Debra Hoffman, Eddie Klocke, Karen Leiting, David Meiners, Mary Pletchette, Tim Schreck, Debra Schultes, Tim Seidl, Cheryl Sporrer, Royce Stangl, Danny Tunning. Allen Willenborg and Mark Willenborg. After the mass, both the senior Dedham graduates from Kuemper High School and the eighth grade graduates will be guests of the parish at a breakfast served by the May Circle of the ladies guild. SEIDL REUNION The Seidl family reunion will be held Sunday, June 2, at the Graham Park shelter house in Carroll. A potluck dinner will be served at noon. Make grad glad Give Buiova AccutrorY For the graduate who needs the precise time, Buiova guarantees the accuracy of every Accutron watch to within a minute a month. And the precise time to see our selection of Accutron watches is right now. From $95 to SI 500 The watches illustraded, just S150 each. •We will odiosr to thu tolerance, if necessary Guarantee .s for one vear LOEHR'S JEWELRY Westgate Mall ENDS TONITE 7: oo & 9 :0 o RATED X STRICTLY FOR ADULTS "WHAT DO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY?" Eves. 7:00 and 9:00 Sun. 2:00 FOR ONE BIG WEEK AS a litt/e one of thr most popular pictures of our time BILLY JACK TOM LAUGHLIN • DELORES TAYLOR MM** CUm HOWAT if OMQUM* Carroll, Iowa — Carroll D.I. Ft. Dodge, Iowa — Astro Perry, Iowa —Perry PALL ROBERT llEWMAN REDFORD ROBERT SHAW IN A BILL/PHILLIPS PRODUCTION OF A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM THE SUING A RICHARD D.ZANUCK/DAV1D BROWN PRESENTATION Written by Directed by DAVID S. WARD GEORGE ROY HILL Produced by TONY BILL and MICHAEL 6V JULIA PHILLIPS Music Adapted by MARVIN HAMLISCH • TECHNICOLOR ® A UNIVERSAL PICTURE ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY ON MCA RECORDS AND IAPES PG

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free