Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 24, 1974 · Page 4
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Club Meets for Pinochle Members of the F.O.B. Club and Mrs. Ed Lenz were guests of Mrs. Leo Wiederien Thursday afternoon at Pauline's Cafe. High score pinochle prize Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, May 24, 1974 was awarded to Mrs. Joe NagI; traveling, to Mrs. Leonard Pietig: and low, to Erna Langmeier. The next party will be on June 27 with Mrs. William Kuker as hostess. Entertain for Vicki Fuller Mrs. Merle Schnell and Mrs. Robert Schneider gave a bridal shower for Vicki Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, at the Schneider home Thursday evening. The courtesy was attended by 20 guests. Games were played and the prizes given to JCPenney MEMORIAL DAY SALES Save 20°° on halters & tank tops for the whole family Sale I 60 to 5 58 Reg. $2 to 6.98. Stock up and save on everyone from a selection of tank & halter tops. Also find shorts for women & girls at 20% savings the honoree. Lunch was served from a table centered with purple irises, spirea and candles. Miss Fuller's sister. Beverly, served punch and her mother poured coffee. Miss Fuller is the June 22 bride-elect of Randy Plotz, son of Louis Plotz of Carroll and Mrs. Charles Oswald of Fort Bragg, Calif. Two Parties Honor Couple On 45th Year Mr. and Mrs. William Beidler Sr. were honored at a surprise party for their 45th wedding anniversary on Wednesday night. The guests brought a lunch and presented the couple with a purse. Persons attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Boes. Mr. and Mrs. William R. Kanne, Erna and Irene Langmeier. Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Sporleder. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fricke, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Brincks, Mr. and Mrs. Laverdos Onken and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wernimont. Cards were played with Irene Langmeier and Mrs. Kanne receiving high and low, respectively, for the women, and Wernimont, traveling. Sporleder earned high for the men, and Ronald Fricke. low. On Sunday, the Beidlers entertained their children, grandchildren and two great-grandchildren at a dinner at Tony's Restaurant. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dick Morris. Eugene and Jolene. Larabee: Mr. and Mrs. Craig Blanchfield. Travis and Jenna. Churdan; Mr. and Mrs. William Beidler Jr., Becky. Jeri and Craig. Lidderdale: Mr. and Mrs. Donald Beidler, Danny, Sue, Kim and Mike: Mr. and Mrs. Dale Beidler, Jeff. Jodi. Brian and Brenda, all of Carroll: Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Shake, Jerry Jr. and Gary. Stuart. Arizona Couple Visit in Auburn AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. T. P. Weimar of Phoenix, Ariz, are visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Wernimont and other relatives.. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie triefer of Des 1 Moines were Weekend guests of Auburn relatives. Mrs. E. L. Edwards of Cameron, Mo., and Mrs. A. M. Fisher of Independence. Iowa, were guests over the weekend in the home of the women's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Williamson and other relatives. 20% savings on family swimwear Sale 84 C to 13 60 Reg. 1.05 to '7. Suits for infants, toddlers, girls, boys, men and women, assorted styles & colors. So stop in and save for summer! Catalog Phone 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00 - 5:00 Mon., Toe*., Thur*., Sat. 9:00-9:00 Wed. & Fri. 1:00 - 5:00 Sunday Engaged . . .Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kanne of Lidderdale announce the engagement of their daughter Janice to Dale Sporrer, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Sporrer of Dedham. The couple plans a Sept. 7 wedding at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. Miss Kanne is employed at Vandcrheiden Studio in Carroll and her fiance farms. Six Lose 13 1 /2 Pounds Six of the seven members weighing in for the weekly meeting of STOP Club Thursday night in Carroll lost a combined total of 13'/2 pounds since last week. The other member gained one pound. Plans were made for a membership promotion in June. On the first two Thursdays, persons who have been members previously this year will be reinstated free if they so desire and new members may join at half-price, or $1.00. The group discussed exercises and diets published in the current issue of a popular women's magazine. A door prize was awarded. The club meets at 7 p.m. each Thursday at 408 West Seventh Street. DRAKE GRADUATES Seven local students at Drake University. Des Moines. received degrees during commencement on May 18. The graduates are Martin C. Sprock. Audubon. B.A. in economics and business administration. LaDeane Casey. Carroll. M.A. in psychology: John A, Pring'le. Carroll, B.S. in business administration: James C. Bonney and Barry D. Smith. Coon Rapids. B.S. degrees -in business administration: Timothy D. Robson. Scranton. bachelor of music: and Nick H. Olesen. B.A. in political science. 30 to Receive Ag Diplomas Thirty veterans in the Des Moines Area Community College three-year farm program will receive diplomas at 8 p.m. May 31 at Holy Spirit School. Paul Lowery, college superintendent has announced. Roswell Garst of Coon Rapids will be the speaker. Art Miller has been the class instructor. Spring commencement programs at the other centers are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. May 30 in Veterans Auditorium in Des Moines for graduates on the Ankeny campus and Urban Center in Des Moines, antl 10 a.m. May 31 for Boone campus graduates. Calendar SATURDAY- Golden Circle TUESDAY— P.E.O., 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. Club. Mrs. Paul Snyder A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Eves. 7:00 and 9:00 Sun. 2:00 OPEN WED. & FRI. NITES TILL 9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 PALL ROBERT NEWMAN REDfORD ROBERT SHAW IN A till L/PHILLIPS PRODUCTION OF A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM THE STING A RICHARD D.ZANUCK/DAV1D BROWN PRESENTATION Written by Directed by DAVID S. WARD GEORGE ROY HILL Produced by TONY BILL and MICHAEL & J! ILIA PHILLIPS Music Adapted by MARVIN HAMLISCH • TECHNICOLOR ® A UNIVERSAL PICTURE C.C.C. Club Is Entertained Mrs. Dwight Fiscus was hostess to C.C.C. Club members and two other guests, Mrs. Robert Nieland and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, at her home Thursday afternoon. The group played bridge, with Mrs. Kenneth Dirkx winning high score prize. Second high went to Mrs. Dennis Snyder and low, Mrs. Donald Nelson. On June 20 the club will meet with Mrs. William McCarville. Frank Town and Country Club, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp WEDNESDAY— County Legion Auxiliary, Arcadia Dealers 9, Mrs. Gene Heithoff H. G. Club, Mrs. Ted Wiederin 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Lewis Voyles Golden Circle euchre Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Art Otto FOR ONE BIG WEEK To Graduate . . . Maria Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mueller of Carroll, will graduate from Centenary College at Shreveport, La., at 7 p.m. Sunday, May 26, with a double major in education. She is on the Dean's, list- with a 3.75 average. ADKINS GRADUATES Richard Adkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkins of Carroll, received a bachelor of arts degree in English and theatre from Coe College on May 19. He was a member of the largest graduating class. 248, in the college's history. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Denise Grimsman, a 1974 graduate of Kuemper High School, has accepted a Special Award Scholarship at Northwest Missouri State University, Maryville, M6. Miss Grimsman will receive the scholarship when she enrolls as a full time student during the 1974-75 academic year. The award is based upon high school officials' nomination and criteria which include ranking in the upper one-third of the graduating class and having outstanding extra-curricular, leadership and citizenship records. Honor Graduate . . .Tamra Moehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moehn of Carroll, graduated May 18 from Loretto Heights College, Denver, Colo. Her degree in Behavioral Science was received with honorary distinction along with certification in Elementary Education. Miss Moehn was president of the senior class and was elected to Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities. She also received the president's award for service and leadership in the college. She will be teaching in the Denver area. RECEIVES DEGREE Mrs. Lou Riesenberg. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Buelt. Halbur. was among 327 seniors who graduated May 19 from Hamline University in St. Paul. Minn. Mrs. Riesenberg received a bachelor of arts degree in sociology. TONIGHT LLOYD BRIDGES stars in LOST FLIGHT at 10:30 A plane crashes in an island jungle, and the survivors need all their wits to survive. It's human beings against the savagery of nature and them- ; selves, (color) ' at 12:15 RAYMOND BURR stars in DESIRE IN THE DUST A sharecropper returns from six years on a chain gang for a crime he did not commit, and tries to revive an old affair, but finds matters have changed in his absence, (color) TV KCCI DES MOINES CH. 78 • CARROLL ORIGINAL SOUNDTRACK AVAILABLE EXCLUSIVELY ON MCA RECORDS AND TAPES •-.TOM LAUGHLIN • DELORES TAYLOR .C.,^CLARKHOWAT •feratnvlirtfFMNK^TEKSACIMSTIItt ho**** HUN ROSf SUTI • OincM by T.C. FRANK A Ntlkxwl Sludtnt Film Corporation Production • TECHNICOIOR* CtMnMnfl W«m«r lie*. MMi Annto*niiy ^A A Werner CommunteaUont Company NOW SHOWING! Carroll, Iowa — Carroll D.I. Perry, Iowa — Perry STARTS THURSDAY Ft. Dodge, Iowa — Astro

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