Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 30, 1974 · Page 4
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May 30, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Summer Reading Program Registration for the Carroll Public Library's summer reading program began Tuesday. May 28 and will continue until membership materials are exhausted. The program is being offered in cooperation with the Children's Book Council. AH Carroll County children who have completed first grade or older may register for the "Follow the Reader" reading club. Those who read one book each week for the 10 weeks of the club will receive a certificate of achievement at the end of the summer. Further details may be obtained by calling the Library. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. M Thursday, May 30, 1974 *T Party Given For Teacher Retired elementary teachers of Carroll Community Schools held a 6:30 dinner party at Tony's Restaurant Wednesday evening honoring Mrs. Newell Sorenson. Mrs. Sorenson has resigned her position after teaching fourth grade for 16 years. The group presented Mrs. Sorenson with a corsage and a piece of luggage. The table was centered with a bouquet of garden flowers brought by Mrs. Lambert Winnike. TO HONOR PRIEST Times Herald News Service LAKE CITY — The Rev. James Fandel, who has been pastor of St. Mary's parish here for 19 years, will be honored at open house in the parish educational center Sunday, June 2, beginning at 2 p.m. All friends and neighbors are invited. Fr. Fandel leaves June 4 for his new charge at Milford. TO HONOR PRIEST ARCADIA — A parish potluck supper at 6 p.m. June 2 at the Arcadia American Legion hall will honor the Rev. C. A. Ahmann. pastor of St. John's Catholic Church in Arcadia, on his 40th anniversary in the priesthood. The Rev. Ahmann has been pastor of the church since 1956. All present and former members of the parish are invited to the potluck. An anniversary mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. that day. Hobo Theme at BSP Party Members of Xi Gamma Pi chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority, were picked up without advance notice Tuesday evening by Mrs. Estherline Blum and Mrs. Robert Kraus and taken to the home of Mrs. Orville Bierl for a "come-as-you-are" party. The party was held in the downstairs recreation room, where a hobo theme was carried out in table settings and decorations. Games were played and the social committee served lunch. Fete Couple at Templeton TEMPLETON — Former rural neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Irlbeck gave a housewarming party for them at their home in Templeton Wednesday night. Attending the courtesy were the Rev. Eugene Schumacher. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Heithoff. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Weitl. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Irlbeck. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Irlbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hannasch, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Haverman. Henry Dultmeier. Mr. and Mrs. John Willenborg and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Klein. BILL DEMOCRAT - 55TH REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT • • • REPRESENTS YOU! Vote Tuesday, June 4 Paid for By Bill Ryerion High Honors — Mrs. J. Scott (Kathy) Richardson, daughter-in-law of Dr. and Mrs. H. K. Richardson of Carroll, graduated with high honors from the University of Tennessee College of Nursing in Memphis on June 2. Mrs. Richardson received a bachelor of science degree in nursing. Future Bride Complimented Mrs. Robert Kloser and daughters Kathy and Mary Beth honored Debby Dobesh of Davenport, bride-elect of Jim Wille of Iowa City, at a miscellaneous shower and brunch Sunday at the Kloser home. Guests were seated at tables decorated with arrangements of daisies in Miss Dobesh's colors, aqua, yellow and lavender. The honoree opened her gifts after lunch. Miss Dobesh and Mr. Wille were weekend guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wille. NOW! It's Your Chance to Spend a Cool/ Pleasant Summer and Save IN-SEASON v,,..s,. .. ••V^'JVV*' ' " GIBSON AIR CONDITIONER YOU CAN SAVE UP TO $40.00 IF YOU BUY DURING THE MONTH OF JUNE And get interest FREE financing for 90 days. Just imagine - No payments until September! Clubs Met Wednesday For Games The H. G. Club held an afternoon pinochle party at the home of Mrs. Ted Wiederin. Winners were Mrs. James McGrane. hieh. and Mrs. Ed Miller, second. On June 12 the group will meet with Mrs. Oscar Heider. Mrs. Art Otto entertained the FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club at her home in Lidderdale. The evening was spent playing 500, with prizes going to Mrs. George Otto, Mrs. William J. Kanne, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. Mrs. Kanne will be hostess next, June 12. The DEALERS 9 Club ended the current season with an evening party at Mrs. Gene Heithoff's home. High score bridge prize was won by Mrs. Larry Hansman and second, Mrs. Loren Renze. Mrs. Renze will host the opening party in the fall, on Sept. 12. Another bridge group havings its final regular meeting of the season was the 2-4-T CLUB, meeting at the home of Mrs. Lewis Voyles. Mrs. Art Reinart received high score prize; Mrs. A. W. Smith, second; and Mrs. Paul Schechinger. traveling. A no-hostess dinner will be held later in the summer. Six tables were in play at the weekly gathering of the GOLDEN CIRCLE euchre group at the clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Louise Fasbender won high prize and Mrs. Leo Augustine, second. Men's prizes went to William Meshek, high, and Anton Pickhinke, second. Mrs. Frank Wegner received the tally prize. Golf Teams Shoot 76, 73 The teams of Alberta Wittrock and Marcella Nurse shot a 76 to win the first division and Kathy Kraus and Marilyn Hammen shot a 73 to win the second division in the total score of two less full handicap event during Ladies Golf Day at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday. The other leaders in the first, division were Mary Feldmann and Pat Drees. 77. and Betty' Tharnish and Judy Feld, 78. Pat Christensen and Pat Beck shot a 77 for runner-up honors in division two. They were followed by Mildred Sernett and Helen Liewer at 78. County Auxiliary Officers are Installed -Times Herald News Service ARCADIA - New officers were installed at the May meeting of the Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary here Wednesday night. Ehlers-Gerken Unit No. 694 was hostess to a record attendance of 126, which included 12 Juniors from the local unit. Quiet! Efficient Cooling For More Summers at Money Saving Prices GIBSON Gibson Air Sweep — The only air conditioner that does an efficient job of distributing the air to all rooms in your home — See it demonstrated at our store. The Only Air Conditioner With "AIR SWEEP" No doubt you thought about air conditioning last year. Do it now — Buy at pre.-season prices before hot weather arrives. Gibson Air Sweep makes other air conditioners obsolete. FREE SURVEY Bring in your room measurements or we will call at your home to determine the correct size and model for your particular need. BUY ON OUR E-Z-PAY PLAN Enjoy Gibson whole house air conditioning while you pay for it and take up to 36 months to pay. WHOLE HOUSE AIR CONDITIONING AS LOW AS $14.00 Per Month TRADE IN YOUR USED ONE Is your present air conditioner really adequate? Trade it in now on a new Gibson that will cool your whole house! COAST to COAST STORE Receives Degree . . Dorothy Klein, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Klein, Templeton, received a bachelor of arts degree in occupational therapy from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minn., on May 19. Miss Klein will participate in two consecutive three-months affiliations at the. University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City and the Parkland County Memorial Hospital, Dallas, Tex. Vanderheiden Studio Photo Wed Saturday...Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Heinrichs are shown following their May 25 wedding at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. She is the former Mary Lou Lambertz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lambertz of Carroll. The groom, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Heinrichs of Carroll, will be leaving for the Air Force JuneS. Mrs. Alvin Hansen of Manning was installed as president; Mrs. Venron Noelck of Arcadia, vice president; and Mrs. Wayne Schroeder of Manning, secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Leo Berning, installing officer, was assisted by Mrs. Othmar Berger as sergeant-at-arms and Rose Marie Schweers, chaplain. Mrs. Norbert Meiners of Dedham presided over the meeting. Flags were advanced by Mrs. Loren Steinkamp and Mrs. Lawrence Spater, and Mrs. Noelck led in the opening prayer. Pianist for group singing of the national anthem was Mrs. Lyle Vonnahme. Entertainment by the Arcadia Juniors included a clarinet solo, "Chirpolis" by Beth Schmitz; piano solo, "Brian's Song" by Carla Bruggeman; instrumental duet, "Safari" by Darlys Ehlers and Lisa Bruggeman; and two square dance routines, "Ladies Cross Over" and "The Basket". Dancers were Carol Berg, Doris Badding, Donna Berg, Shelly Wiese, Mary Schmitz, Jane Vonnahme, Beth Schmitz and Lisa Vonnahme. Announcements concerned Flag Day, June 14; the third annual Junior Department convention at Nevada, June 22; and the Iowa Department convention at Des Moines July 18-19. Juniors attending the Nevada meeting are to take small toys for Woodward; registration starts at 8:30 and the opening session, at 10 a.m. Mrs. Meiners urged all Auxilians to continue their efforts toward increasing membership in the organization. Reports were given by six units. Miss Schweers, Arcadia president, introduced Diana Badding, 8th District Junior Auxiliary president. In Dedham's report, given by Mrs. Maurice Hoffman, a message was conveyed from Sr. Genevieve Morrissey of Tulsa, Okla., thanking all who helped with a "cents-off" coupon collection. Several units reported sending girls to Girls State in Cedar Falls in June. Mrs. Meiners expressed her appreciation to those who assisted during her tenure as president, after which the outgoing secretary, Mrs. Mathilda Meiners, gave a humorous reading, "Who, Me?' 1 Following the registration report given by Mrs. Warren Andersen, the attendance prize was given to the Manning unit with 23 members present. The door prize went to Alma Derner of Breda. Lunch was served from a table placed in front of a large rainbow. Miss Schweers presided at the coffee service and Diana Badding, the punch bowl. Tables were centered with floral arrangements. Calendar Elmer Friedman WESTGATE MALL, Carroll, Iowa Duane Taphorn 16 Graduate at Cedar Falls Sixteen students from the Carroll area graduated from the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, during commencement exercises on May 25. The graduates include Kathryn Campbell and Lora Knudsen, B.A. in Spanish teaching, William Talbot. B.A., business management, Audubon; Alan Niceswanger, B.A., history, teaching, and Kathryn Swearingen, B.A., home economics business-housing and interior, Carroll; Philip Stormer, Coon Rapids, B.A.. English; Tom Moorhouse, Glidden, B.A., marketing; Vikki Blanchfield, B.A., elementary education, reading, teaching, Jane Bradley, M.A., speech pathology, and Janadee Kun ce, B.A., lower elementary education, teaching. Lake City; Kenneth Spurling, B.A.. English, Lake View; Sandra Anderson, B.A., junior high school education, teaching, Dorothy Kessler, M.A., education, elementary education, and Mark Mehrhoff, B.A., accounting, Odebolt; Venita Van Sickler, B.A., elementary educatipn, upper teaching, Scranton; and Marikay Klocke, B.A., reading, elementary education, teaching, Templeton. WOMEN GRADUATE Laurie Seidl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Seidl of Dedham, and Kris Heiman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Heiman of Carroll, graduated from the Iowa Central Community College Medical Assistant Program in Fort Dodge on May 25. Miss Heiman will receive two months of clinical training at the McCrary-Rost Clinic in Lake City, and Miss Seidl will train at the Medical Arts Building in Sac City. Both are 1973 graduates of Kuemper High School. THURSDAY— Eight O'clock Club, no-hostess dinner. Country Club New Deal Club. Mrs. Ed Johnson Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m.. IPS STOP Club. 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY- Eastern Star, 8 p.m., Masonic Temple Welcome Wagon Club, 7:30 p.m., Villa Motel Rainbow Girls Farm Bureau Women, 1:30 p.m. Carroll LPN Unit REDFORD SHMW I A GEORGE ROV HILL FILM ...all it takes is a little Confidence Eves. At 7:00 & 9:00 YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW LAKE CITY Little Things Are Important... 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