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June 3, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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3 Lutheran Churches Start Bible Schools Three local Lutheran churches started vacation Bible schools today. Fourteen students in grades 1-7 are enrolled in St. John's American Lutheran school in Glidden. Classes will meet Big Table Wed., June 5 About 200 PAIRS Loafers Slings Slip-ons Sandles Pumps —From—Red Cross Socialite Cobbie Miss America Miss Robin —In— Black-Blue-Brown Red-White-Green , m STOHf TO so to* SMoes vou fwo*_ Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Monday, June 3, 1974 1 from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. each day for one week. The instructors are the Rev. Darryl Torrin. Mrs. Ward Vincent. Mrs. Richard Prill, Marilyn Hanson. Peggy Prill. Jackie Heuton and Chris Heuton. The two week session for Immanuel Lutheran Church. Lidderdale, has 32 students in grades kindergarten through eighth participating. The Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann supervises the 8:30-11:15 a.m. classes. Instructors are Mrs. Joe Daniel, junior high, Mrs. Robert Onken. pre-teen: Mrs. Myron Boell, juniors, and Mrs. Larry Lasher, kindergarten-second grade. Two substitutes. Mrs. Glenness Onken and Mrs. William Bergemann. and eight helpers also are assisting with the program. About 125 youngsters are enrolled in the Bible school at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Pastor Timothy Koenig said. A staff of 25 will instruct the students from 9 a.m. to noon for two weeks. Classes are held for three-year-olds to children who have completed seventh grade. Church Youth onWaytoN.Y. The senior United Methodist Youth Fellowship of the First United Methodist Church left Sunday afternoon by bus for New York City. Making the trip are Bonnie Brown. Kevin Deen, Janet Eissens. Greg Hackett. Karen Hambleton, Ken Hanneman. Karen Hansen. LuAnn Miller. Kurt Nam. Kevin Niceswanger. Kerry Sides, the Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Francis L. Brockman, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Lahr, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hutcheson. Neil and DeLane. The group plans to tour various points of interest in the city and return here on Friday. To finance the trip, the young people sponsored a number of money-raising activities and events this spring. CLUB PICNIC The monthly meeting of the Friends and Neighbors Club will feature a potluck dinner ,. at noon Thursday. June 6, at the Emil Hansen cottage at Lake View. Members needing, rides may call the OutReach Center. Those attending should take covered dishes. Golden Year Observed by Louis Drees' Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Drees of Carroll were honored Sunday for their 50th wedding anniversary, which is June 3. A mass was offered for their intention of 8:30 a.m. St St. Lawrence Church. About 50 guests were entertained at an afternoon reception and 5 p.m. dinner at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. R. W. Collison. A large anniversary cake was decorated in the wedding colors, blue and white, with touches of gold. The Collison home was decorated with floral arrangements. Amont the guests was Mrs. Ed Drees of Exire, who was one of the wedding attendants. Others were brothers and sisters of the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Drees have seven children including Louis J. of Vero Beach. Fla.; Mrs. Dorothy Kammin of Ames; Don. Howard, Doug. Mrs. Daryl Daeges and Mrs. Collison of Carroll. SUMMER STORE HOURS 9-5 Mon. to Thurs. 9-9 Friday 9-2 Saturday JEWELRY WESTGATE MALL Carroll Phon* 7973178 Golden Circle Had Meeting Golden Circle Club held a regular meeting at the clubrooms Saturday night with Mrs. Rosina OTool and Mrs. Margaret Sapp as hostesses. Pinochle was played for entertainment. For the women. Mrs. Mike Mitchell and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen won high and second. Men's score prizes went to Joe Sanders and Leo Sellen. Victor Wernimont kept the traveling prize: the tally prize was given to Lawrence Hesslingh. IN HONOR SOCIETIES Carolyn Jones of Carroll and Eugene Stoelk of Manning have been elected to the University of Iowa chapter of Phi Eta Sigma-Alpha Lambda Delta. Phi Eta Sigma is a national scholastic honor society for freshmen men. and Alpha Lamba Delta is for women. To be eligible for membership, a student must earn a minimum 3.5 grade point average on a 4.0 scale for a semester as a full-time student. PRESBYTERIANS CONFIRM Eight students in the confirmation class at the First Presbyterian Church received the sacrament during worship services Sunday. The confirmands are Scott Forbes, Kathryn and Kimberly Hike, Paula Knight, Michael Reiter, Michael Shields, Linda Stout and Gay Tenold. The Rev. Allan Peterson gave the class their examination and met with them after the services. The youngsters will receive communion next Sunday. A reception in their honor sponsored by the board of deacons will be held after the communion services. 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Personals— Mr. and Mrs. William Schreck and Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchell returned home Friday after spending a week at Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners of Halbur attended the silver wedding anniversary celebration of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Darveau. at Pipestone, Minn., on Sunday. Others from the area attending were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trecker and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hacker. Halbur: Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eischeid, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hinners. Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hinners. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hinners. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinners. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hinners. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hinners. Carl and John, all of Manning. Weekend visitors at the home of Mrs. Mary Enenbach were the Rev. Louis Veit of La Moure, N.D.: Ida Veit of Breckenridge, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Klosterman, Mr. and Mrs. Aldolph Henkenius and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Veit of Moorton, N.D.; and Ernie Veit of Fargo, N.D. All came to ; attend the ordination and first mass of the Rev. Andrew Hoffman. They are cousins of Mrs. Enenbach and Fr. Hpffman. Women Visit In Kentucky WESTSIDE - Shelly Stender accompanied Mrs. Don Stender for a week's visit in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Oscar Schinkel of Owensboro, Ky- Pam Stender of Omaha was a weekend guest in the Johnnie Stender home. Don Stender of LeMars and Terry .Adams of Omaha are spending the week. Guests in the Randall Druivenga home from Friday until Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Boltin of Omaha. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. James Clark helped Mr. and Mrs. Steve Mumm and Aaron move from Sac City to Westside. Mr. and Mrs. James Clark attended the alumni banquet Saturday in Dow City. It was Mr.' Clark's 40th year. They were later guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Clark of Dow City. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Verle Massman and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Petersen met with Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Jochimsen from Platsmouth, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jochimsen of Fort Dodge, and Melvin Jochimsen of Conneticut. at East End Cafe for lunch. Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Verle Massman home were Mrs. Darlene Ernst and Scott and Mrs, Dick Allison and Todd of Florida. Holy Angels Parish Fetes Rev. Macke ROSELLE — Holy Angels parishioners held a farewell party here Friday night for their pastor, the Rev. Richard Macke, who will leave June 5 for his new charge at St. Mary's Church, Humboldt. He has been pastor here since 1965. A potluck supper and program followed a social hour. Master of ceremonies was the Rev. Thomas Donahoe of Carroll. Guests included Fr. Macke's mother, Mrs. W. R. Macke of Carroll; the nuns and lay teachers of the parish and the following priests in addition to Fr. Donahoe: the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., and the Rev. Edmund Tiedeman of Carroll, the Revs. James Fangman and John McGuirk of Willey, Eugene Schumacher of Templeton, C. A. Ahmann of Arcadia, Harold Cooper of Vail, Leonard Ziegmann of Sioux City and Henry Meyer of Dedham. Seventh snd eighth grade girls played guitars and sang, under direction of Patrick Shearon. In the group were Cindy Renze, Gail Hoffman, Michelle Rupiper, Carla Rupiper, Bonnie Goetzinger, Theresa Berger, Jean Hoffmann, Michelle Schreck, Lisa Rupiper and Karen Riesenberg. A gift from the C.Y.O. was presented to Fr. Macke by Debbie Broich, and from the Holy Name Society, by Clifford Eischeid, president. Debbie Goetzinger red an original poem concerning Fr. Macke's life at Roselle. Frs. Donahoe and Macke also spoke, the latter expressing his appreciation to his parishioners and to his mother. Prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hoffman, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Eischeid, Joe Behrens, Ruth Neppl. Mr. and Mrs. John Starman and Ray Hahn. NINE CONFIRMED Confirmation for nine eighth graders was held during worship services Sunday at St. John's American Lutheran Church. Glidden. The confirmands are Lisa Fredricksoh. Marsha'Ha'nson. Jeff Heuton, Becky Thiesse. Rodney Schonberger. Robert Slocum. Donald Meyer. Lisa Petersen and Laurie Hill. Pastor D-arryl Torrin officiated. The youngsters were also admitted to their first communion. A questioning period and reception was held at the fellowship hall Friday evening. 40th Anniversary . . . The children of Mr. and Mrs. John Schumacher of Carroll will host an open house on Sunday. June 9, honoring the couple for their 40th wedding anniversary. The reception will be held from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Farm Bureau building in Carroll. Entertains for Future Bride Carlette Osterlund, bride-elect of Bob Anderson, was honored at a miscellaneous bridal shower Saturday evening. Hostess was Barb Malone. who presented Miss Osterlund with a corsage. Entertain for Future Bride Ten guests were entertained at a orenuptial shower for Barbara Collison Sunday at the home of Mrs. Harold Baumhover. Co-hostess was Kathy Hansen. Rainbow colors were used in decorations. Miss Collison, daughter of nr anri Mrs. R. W. Collison, will marry Michael Mosman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Mosman, on June 29. CLUB MEETS The W.C. Club met for euchre Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Greving. Winners were Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus, high, and Mr. and Mrs. Tony Meiners, low. The Naberhauses will host the next party. July 7. About 20 classmates and friends attended the courtesy at Miss Malone's home, including mothers of the couple. Mrs. Art Osterlund of Carroll and Mrs. Don Anderson of Coon Rapids. After games and the opening of gifts, lunch was served. The couple will be married June 15 at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll. ON DEAN'S LIST Mark L. Vonnahme, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Vonnahme, Carroll, was named to the second semester dean's list at Loras College. Dubuque. Students mus.t receive a minimum 3.35 grade point average in 12 semester hours to be recognized on the list. Vonnahme is a sophomore at the college. Two Parties are Given for Vicki Fuller Vicki Fuller. June 22 bride-elect of Randy Plot?., was honored at two courtesies during the weekend. Mrs. Robert Quinn and daughter Cathy entertained at a luncheon for her Friday at the Elk's Club. Out-of-town guests were Miss Fuller's grandmother, Mrs. L. A. Johnson, and aunt, Mrs. Max Carlson, both of Essex. The hostesses presented her with a corsage and a gift. A linen shower was given at Essex Sunday by Mrs. Carlson and another aunt, Mrs. Jerome Johnson of Chicago, 111. About 40 relatives and friends attended from Essex, Red Oak, Shenandoah and Stanton. The bride-elect's colors, purple and lavender, were used in table decorations and serving. Her sister, Bev, assisted in opening gifts. HOLD CONFIRMATION St. Paul Lutheran Church held confirmation for nine students during worship services Sunday. Those confirmed were Scott Abbe, Deborah Cattermole, Jeffrey DeBower, Roxanne Hanneman, Lori Harmening, Kevin Hike, Elisabeth Koenig, Thomas Timmerman and DeeAnn Wunschel. Pastor Timothy Koenig performed the rite of confirmation and delivered a sermon on "Be Filled with the Spirit." The class received their first communion during the services. Virginia was named by Sir Walter Raleigh, who fitted out the expedition of 1584, in honor of Queen Elizabeth, the Virgin Queen of England. Patrol Gets New Radar DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Iowa Public Safety Department officials say the department has a new radar capable of accurately recording vehicle speeds irrespective of the direction of travel. Unlike the traditional radar, which is operated from a fixed position. 23 new radar units utilized by Iowa State Patrol Troopers are operated from a moving patrol car. Officials said the new units are very effective in identifying speeders meeting the patrol vehicle. The moving radar is designed to detect oncoming speeders up to a distance of one-half mile. The speed is computed to one-fifth of a second. The new units were obtained with a $33,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation through the Governor's Highway Safety Program. Calendar 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. Lon Diers Golden Circle bridge WEDNESDAY— Catholic Daughters. 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting. KC hall Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Jaycee-Ettes, 8 p.m., court house Friends and Neighbors Club, noon potluck. Lake View STOP Club, 7 p.m.. 408 W. 7th Street For those who can afford the finest PLUS ON THE SAME FLIGHT SEE THEY'RE TAUGHT TO MISBEHAVE! SAVE Beautiful Girls! Don't Forget To Vote TUESDAY, JUNE 4 VOTE FOR BERNICE WILLIAMS DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE FOR Carroll County Treasurer Your Vote Will Be Appreciated (Paid for by Bernice Williams) VOTE For Carroll Perkins Democrat For State Representative 55th District Carroll Perkins AGRICULTURAL BACKGROUND 24 years farming experience in grain and cattle operation Former director, Central Iowa Farm Business Association A strong voice for Iowa agriculture EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND BS Degree in business and public admininstration University of Missouri Former member of Board of Education Your support on June 4 will be appreciated Paid For By Carroll Perkins

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