Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 31, 1974 · Page 4
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Card Clubs Had Parties on Thursday For their last regular meeting of the season. NEW DEAL Club members had a 12:30 luncheon at the Elk's Club and then played bridge at the home of Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mrs. Louis Schoofs. Mrs. Melvin Pietig. Mrs. Edward Wieland and Mrs. Clarence Loneman received score prizes. A picnic for members and their husbands is being planned for July?. Five pairs were named winners at the Thursday morning meeting of the Carroll DUPLICATE Bridge Club at the IPS community room. Mrs. Gary Fahen of Yetter and Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City were first; Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and Mrs. Ralph Crane, second; Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. Josef Martin, third; Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus and Mrs. Allen Stroh, fourth; Mrs. Mike Wittrock and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic. fifth. The next games will be played on June 13. The EIGHT O'CLOCK Club concluded the season with a no-hostess dinner party and bridge at the Country Club. Prizes were awarded at the close of the evening to Mrs. Earl Connors, Mrs. L. R. Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Friday, May 31, 1974 ** Chapman and Mrs. Earl Thompson. NURSING GRADUATE Patricia Jensen of Westside is one of 49 seniors who will graduate from Iowa Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing June 6 during commencement exercises at St. John's Lutheran Church in Des Moines. Club Promotes Membership STOP Club members planned a membership promotion in June at their weekly meeting Thursday night. Previous members of this year can be re-instated free, and new members can join at half price. $1. Ten members weighed in, with three-losing seven pounds, one remaining the same, and six gaining 144 pounds since last week. Diets were discussed. For the contest next week, each member should bring a selection of fruit. The member losing the most weight will receive all of the fruit. A door prize was awarded. The club meets at 7 p.m. each Thursday at 408 West Seventh. Showers for Miss Blum MANNING — Barbara Blum of Manning, whose marriage to Melvin Jackson will take place here June 1 at Sacred Heart Church, was honored recently at two miscellaneous showers. The first was a surprise shower at Mrs. Robert L. Snyder's home at Carroll, with Diane Weitl as co-hostess. The second was given by her attendants, Mrs. Snyder. her sister, Mary Blum, and sister-in-law, Mrs. Mike Blum of Gray at the latter's home. PLUS THIS 2ND FEATURE A COP TELLS HIS STORY! GEORGE C. SCOTT STACY KEACH ROBERT CHARTOFF-IRWIN WNKUER PRODUCTION THE NEW CENTURIONS R Vanderheiden Studio Photo Married . . . Mr. and Mrs. Mark Collison were wed at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll May 25 and will reside in Omaha after June 2. Mrs. Collison is the former Cheri Klocke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Klocke of Carroll. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Collison, Carroll, are the groom's parents. WINS SCHOLARSHIP Kim Heithoff. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Heithoff of Templeton has been awarded a freshman one year science-math scholarship at Viterbo College. La Crosse. Wis.. for the 1974-75 academic year. The scholarships are presented to science and math majors on the basis of ACT or SAT college entrance exams. ON HONOR ROLL Eight local students at Northwest Missouri State University. Maryville. Mo., have been named to the Dean's Honor Roll for the spring semester. Those who compile perfect 4.0 grade point averages were Timothy Brickman. Carroll. David Clausen, Breda. Mary Goodwin, Glidden. and Daniel Gute, Coon Rapids. Other students on the list with averages of 3.50-3.99 were Mark Bower. Coon Rapids. Janis Dixon. Westside. Rex Gittins. Gray, and Martin Kanne, Carroll. June Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lane of Maryland Heights. Mo., announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Barbara to Roger Teague of Jackson. Miss., son of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Teague of Glidden. The wedding will take place June 22 at the Methodist Church in Maryland Heights. Illinois Couple Visit Arcadia ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs.^ Virgil Anderson of Moline. 111., visited Friday in Mrs. Tieska Andersen's home. Memorial Day visitors in the Mrs. Edward Jons home were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jansen of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Donald McConnell of Nemaha. Other evening visitors were from Wall Lake. Lake View. Westside and Arcadia. BILL RYERSON DEMOCRAT FOR STATE REPRESENTATIVE 55th DISTRICT . . . will be a full-time legislator . . . experienced in the legislative process . . . interested in tax reform . . . opposes 65' double bottom trucks wants legislation banning non-returnable bottles and cans . . . against large corporate farming favors legislation prohibiting the sale of handguns . . . will work for the needs of Iowa VOTE TUESDAY, JUNE 4 RYERSON FOR REPRESENTATIVE This Ad Paid For By Bill Ryerson To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Owen of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Kathy to Don Buswell Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Buswell of Jefferson. A June 29 wedding is planned at Holy Spirit Church. Family Hosts 2 of Colorado MANNING — David Rowedder and Scott of Denver. Colo., visited at the Louis Popp home on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Heyde and family of Omaha were Sunday callers at the home of Mrs. Pauline Barten. Mr. and Mrs. Steven Rutz and Troy of Dyersville spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Rutz. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Rowedder and Mrs. Daryle Rowedder, Tim and Julie spent Memorial Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Vaudt and daughters in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Max Pangburn, Marita and Mario of Atlantic, Mrs. Eldren Popp and Donna Popp of Avoca. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Newell of Greenfield were callers at the Louis Popp home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Stuhr, Jimmy and Mariann of Peru, 111., spent several days at the Charles Stuhr home. They returned home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Kaspersen of Boone were Sunday dinner guests in the Virgil Genzen home. RECEIVES DEGREE Mrs. Sheila Zabawa, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lammers of Carroll, received a bachelor of science degree in sociology at Missouri Western State College. St. Joseph, Mo., on May 16. Mrs. Zabawa was named to the dean's list at the college. A 1968 graduate of Kuemper High School, she is the former Sheila Hale. Mr. and Mrs. Lammers and Casey and Mary Ellen Mitchell, all of Carroll, attended the commencement exercises. Personals— Mr. and Mrs. William A. Lammers and their son Casey, Carroll, recently returned from St. Joseph, Mo., where they visited their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Mark Zobawa and daughter Kimmy. Visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Holley Thursday, afternoon were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson and their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson, all of Council Bluffs. Mrs. Holley and Mrs. Victor Johnson were classmates at, the Carroll Public School. Mrs. Johnson is the former Hazel Hoesley. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kastle have been Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Kern of Carlsbad, Calif.; Mrs. George Warden of San Bernadino, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Richards and Mr. and Mrs. Art Destefano of Salt Lake City, Utah. ATTEND REUNION LIDDERDALE - The Rev. and Mrs. Albert T. Bostelmann were in Springfield, 111., last week to attend the reunion of the Concordia Seminary class of 1924, of which he was a member. At an Honors Convocation Thursday noon, the Rev. Mr. Bostelmann as well as other members of the class received the Seminary's "Award of Achievement" for 50 years of service in the Christian ministry. In the evening they attended the 1974 commencement exercises. Eleven of the surviving members of the 22-member graduating class of 1924 attended the reunion. Jan Polking, Suzanne Stork Head '74 Class BREDA — Jan E. Polking and Suzanne M. Stork were named valedictorian and salutatorian, respectively, during the 1974 commencement of St. Bernard High School at the church on May 26. Miss Polking is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marcel Polking, and Miss Stork's parents are Mr. and Mrs. Louis Stork, all of Breda. The American Bar Association Award for Citizenship was presented to Dan Schwarzkopf, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schwarzkopf of Wall Lake. American Legion awards were given to Donna Buelt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Buelt of Breda, and Tim Schulte, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lenus Schulte of Auburn. Cathy Snyder won the Bousch and Lomb Science Award. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clair Snyder of Breda. William Polking addressed the 38 graduates on the topic of ''Involvement.'' He emphasized that people should show enough concern to become involved in national, state and civic events. The Rev. J. Charles Yetmar, superintendent and pastor of St. Bernard's Church, presented the diplomas. The graduates include Rick Anthofer. Donna Buelt, Jill Dirkx, Rosemary Halbur, Sandra Heiman, Delynn Heisterkamp, Donna Heisterkamp, Karen Kennebeck. Thomas Loughran, Earl Ludwig, Mark Mueggenberg, JoAnn Neumayer, Cindy Nieland, Daniel Nieland, Kathy Nieland. Jan Polking, Dale Schaefer, Doreen Schelle, Michael Schelle, Bernard Schettler. Laura Schettler, Denis Schulte, Steve Schulte. DVM Degree- Dr. David W. Eich. who received his Doctor of Veterinary Medicine from Iowa State University May 25. will join the staff at the Hollywood Animal Hospital, Hollywood. Fla.. following a two-week stay in Carroll. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eich of Route 3, Carroll. Dr. Eich is a member of the veterinary honor society Phi Zeta, and social fraternity Phi Kappa Theta. Jan Polking Suzanne Stork Tim Schulte, Jan Schwabe, Dan Schwarzkopf, Tom Schwarzkopf, Marlene Sievers, Ann Snyder, Kathy Snyder, Dick Stark, Joyce Steinkamp. Mary Steinkamp, Dean Stork, Suzanne Stork, Michael Sturm, Daryl Tiefenthaler and Peggy Wittry. A baccalaureate mass was held at 10 a.m. Sunday, with the Rev. Joe Snyder as celebrant. The Rev. Snyder, an alumnus of the school, was recently ordained. Theme of the mass was "We Are Sons of God." Calendar 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 TUESDAY— Pla-Mor. Mrs. Edward Reardon Jollyettes, Mrs. Roger Wernimont High Bidders, Mrs. Walter Millenacker Community Club, Mrs. Peter Halbur H.N.H. Club, Mrs. LonDiers Golden Circle bridge ACCEPTS JOB Sally Onken, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenness Onken of Carroll, has accepted employment with Lumbermens Millwork Supply. Fort Dodge. Miss Onken recently completed the executive secretary program offered by Iowa Central Community College. Fort Dodge Center. To Honor Fr. McAlpin The Hev. .James McAlpin, assistant pastor at St. Lawrence Church and moderator of the Young Adults Club for the last eight years, will be honored at a farewell party in the Graham Park shelter house at 8 p.m. Sunday, June 2, by the club. All past and present Young Adult members are invited to the event. Fr. McAlpin will leave June 5 to become pastor of St. Benedict's parish at St. Benedict. Altar Society To Help With CDA Project MANNING — The Sacred Heart Altar Society decided to donate to the Catholic Daughters of America's project of purchasing a public address system for the parish hall during the May 22 meeting. After the meeting, Mrs. Bill Hoffman of Roselle demonstrated making rosaries. The parish picnic will be held on either June 9 or 23. No meetings will be held in June and July. Donna Felker spoke on qualifications necessary for people over 65 to obtain rent and tax relief. The deadline for reporting is July 31. The Rev. Weber suggested a first Friday club in June to note Sacred Heart Month. The club members would attend mass on the first Friday and hold a coffee afterwards. Persons with ideas on holding an all day or all night adoration should contact Fr. Weber. Delores Herbers won the door prize. Members of the Mariners of the Presbyterian Church met on Sunday evening at the church. Peggy Wright gave the devotions and the Rev. Joel Wright gave the lesson. Bob and Jean Hudson and Gene and Laura Martens served lunch following the meeting. Receptions Held For Graduates ARCADIA - Gloria Witt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Witt was honored at a reception Friday evening following her graduation at Ar-We-Va High School. A total of 35 guests were present from Carroll. Westside, Wall Lake, Nemaha, Manning, Charter Oak. and Arcadia. Miss Witt will be attending A.I.B. in Des Moines this fall. Terry Anderson was honored at a reception at the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Anderson following his graduation at Ar-We-Va. Present were guests from Lincoln. Nebraska; Breda, Glidden, Carroll, Des Moines and Arcadia. About 50 persons attended a reception for Richard Stoffers at the city hall in Arcadia following his Ar-We-Va graduation. They were present from Omaha, Denison. Manning, Westside,' Manilla, Ogden and Arcadia. Richard is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stoffers. MID-IOWA How to find a good insurance agent. Call us. And Ask for a recommendation. Insurance Associates 214 West 4th St. (Thomas Plaza) Phone 792-4324 Carroll YOUR naepenH ^Insuromei AGENT . • Fred J. Dolezal • James J. Kratoska • Tom Dolezal • John Fortune • George Coffin THE HELPING HAND INSURANCE PEOPLE Naturally, we do have a tendency to recommend ourselves. But this tendency is understandable. After all, what other agency in this area offers the extra services we offer? Like having a staff of five knowledgeable underwriters. Each specializing in a certain insurance field. Maintaining a separate claims department to help you. Oh, yes . . . we also represent twelve insurance companies and we insure just about everything. Can't find a good insurance agent! Call us. We just happen to know a good one.

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