Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 4, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 4, 1974
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summer Hours Set at Library The Carrol] Public Library began its summer hour schedule Monday. During June. July and A jgust. the library -sinll be '>per? from 1 to 6pm each weekday and from 9 a m to 5 p.m, on Saturday The d-ijidren's section will be open from 1 Ui 6 p m, each weekday arid from 1 to 5 p.m, Saturday Mrs Fred Brickman. children's librarian reported that 113 children who have completed grades one through seven signed up for the Follow the Reader" book club in the first five days of registration. The program can accommodate about 200 additional members and will be closed when that total is reached. Participating children who read one book per week this summer will receive a reading certificate from the Children's Book Council. ON DEAN'S LIST Three local students at Warlburg College. Waverly. were named to the dean's honor list for academic work completed during the past winter-May terms. Janet Grundmeier, Carroll, senior: Kathy Ferguson, Lake City, junior; and Karen Reiter. Wall Lake, sophomore, earned minimum 3.25 grade point averages in five course credits during the two terms. ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Heip celebrate v/iih a Hgllmark card. 4 Farewell Receptions Planned for Priest OES Chapter Has Meeting M r i V ; ; „• :- S '. r, *•_ '„ h : r. jr e ' arrived .v,'.v/e Mcr/isy e-ver;:r,e after * thr*re-*eer. vis;*. wjVr. her s-oK-irj-ls"* sryi -daughter Mr and Mrs L^rxe: Mvra]^ at Mexico Ci'.y. Mezjco On her return *np vr<e vp^er;*, three day* at Sar» Ar/orjio. Tex with her bro'.he.'-irj-i.av.- ,y,rj sister Mr ar,c" Mr* Me-Rrv Fete Pastor for 50 Years LIDDERDALK - Thft K*v Albert T Bostelrnann wa.s honored Sunday by Immanuel Lutheran Church for .% ye^rs in the ministry of the Lutheran Chi*rch-Mis.y/jn Syr//j After a dinner, a worship service was held at 3 :.% p.m. Dr. Ellis Nieting. president of Iowa District West spoke Liturgist was the K/L-Y Theo Letzring of Zion Lutheran Church. Auburn. An informal program and open house attended by 200 relatives and friends of Pastor Bostelmann followed. A L Daenzer served as master of ceremonies. He was presented a cash gift by Oliver Wenck. chairman of the congregation. DEDHAM - Parish farewell receptions for the Rev Clea Seuntjens. pastor of S' J oseph s Church. Dedha m will be held after masses Saturday evening and Sunday - jt v, as, announced at the parish guild meeting. Guild members will serve refreshments. Mrs Alvin Hoffman, parish representative, reported on the diocesan meeting held at Fort Dodge recently which she and the officers attended Material for school uniforms can be ordered by contacting Mrs. Robert Peter, president. Club Tours Villa Motel About 35 Welcome Wagon Club members and guests toured the Villa Motel as a special feature of the club's monthly meeting Monday night. First-time guests were Mrs. Dan Hilsabeck. Mrs. Wilbert Lussman and Mrs. John Pauik. Hostesses were Mrs. Mike Mycka. Mrs. Ralph G o n z a I e s and Mrs. Jim V/ o r k m a n . Mrs, Gary Edwards received the door prize. Club Elects Mrs. Comito STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll Mrs. William Comito was elected president of the Friends of the Carroll Public- Library during the annual Elmer Ogrens Host Card Club WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ogren entertained two tables of cards at Pinochle Club Sunday evening in their home. Dan Kelly of Onawa was a weekend guest in the home of Mrs. Bern a dyne Kelly. Mrs. Kelly was his guest Sunday at the Safev/ay Employees Picnic at Grant Park. Mr, and Mrs. Al Osborn and children of Des Moines came Friday evening for a visit in the Elmer Ogren home. They left on Saturday for ?j week at Okoboji. Chris Osborn is spending this week in the Ogren home. Jim Ogren, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ogren, accompanied the Osborns to Okoboji. meeting at the Elks' building Monday noon. Other officers elected at the luncheon meeting were Mrs. James K e r w i n . vice president; Mrs. Robert Hal bur. secretary; and Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, treasurer. The officers will announce names of committee heads and board members later. Distant Guests Visit in Area AUBURN -Mr. and Mrs. Duane Stewart and four children of Oklahoma City. Okla.. and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Backman and Jeanette of Olathe. Kan. were recent guests of Mrs. Elsie Backman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis of Austin. Minn.. Jon Davis of Fort Dodge and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Davis and son were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman and family. by June 5 Ne~* officers ~*~ill be installed during the June meeting Las*, year's officers will serve on the norriirtatirig committee. The last of a series of birthday parties for senior members is scheduled for June 5 at the parish hall Any senior member that was unable to attend previous parties is welcome The ladies guild will be in charge of the pie stand and cake walk for the Dedham Legion Celebration on June 2S Co-chairman Mrs LuVerne Meiners gave the April Circle report. Spring flowers centered the refreshment tables and a social hour concluded the evening A mass of thanksgiving for the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration with the Rev, Henry Meyer officiating preceded the meeting Mrs. Bernard Meiners received the door prize at the meeting. Mary Irlmeier. charity pnz.e: and Mrs. Peter, plate prize. Mrs. Shannon Returns From Visit in Illinois CARNARVON - Mrs Elsie Shannon returned to her home here Thursday after spending the past school term with her daughter Gloria and family in Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thorpe of here were visitors in the Denzel Thorpe home near Nemaha Sunday. Mrs. Reimer Janssen returned to her home here Friday from Loring hospital. Sac City. She will enter Twilight Acres at Wall Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jandle and daughter. Mrs. Lulu Thorpe of Omaha were visitors in the Roland Thorpe home here Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. j'unior Mason of Fort Dodge were other visitors. Mrs. Jake R. Janssen. Mrs Bilda Tiefenthaler of here were business callers in Sioux City Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thorpe and family of Ankeny called in the Roland Thorpe- home here Tuesday night. 100% Polyester Double Knits 60" Wide on Bolts Machine wash-n-dry. Beautiful summer colors for pant suits and dresses. Plains, checks, fancy weaves. Easy to sew and wear. Reg. $3.99 7, i V Free-Free-Free to first 25 customers a pattern of your choice. Adults only. St. Boniface Day Only MMi^BMHHM Beads > Buy one, get one free \ Includes entire stock of beads and accessories Elastic and Narrow Stretch Lace Stock Up Now Only Dotted Swiss Plaid and Plain 45" wide — New crisp colors for cool summer dresses, pant-suits or curtains. Reg. $1.99 C Now Juvenile Prints Cartoon prints — the latest fad fad for tops, j^ ^^ — — sleepwear, ^3 ii^l ^M^M decorating. 1^ ^1 ^W^W Reg. $2.49 • Yd. Signet Chapter No 3. of the Eastern Star, met Monday night at the Masonic- Temple. In the short business session it was voted to recess until September Presiding were Mrs Robert McDonald and Clifford Mason, worthy matron and patron. Lunch was served afterward by a committee of Glidden members including Mrs Richard Thornton. chairman . Mrs. H- W . Gebhardt. Mrs. Lois Liston and Mrs. Robert W'eahlend. EXCEED QUOTA BREDA — The Red Cross Blood Program's mobile unit collected 34 pints over its quota at Breda on May 29. A total of 104 units of blood were donated, with a quota of 70 units. The American Legion Auxiliary of Breda sponsors the bloodmobile's visit each vear. 2 Confirmation Dinners Held WALL LAKE — Sunday dinner guests in the Bill Dreessen home in honor of their daughter Debbie who was confirmed that day at the Trinity Presbyterian church in Wall Lake were Mr and Mrs. Bob Dreessen and children of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Subbert and family of Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Rohde and Tracey. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Dreessen and the Rev. and Mrs. Don Gibson and family. Friends and neighbors were afternoon luncheon guests. A picnic dinner was held Sunday in the Ken Bundt home honoring their daughter Lori who was confirmed Sunday morning at Trinity Presbyterian Church in Wall Lake. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mason of Westside. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Bundt and sons and Tana Hafnerof Lake Veiw. Peggy Johnson of Sac City and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bundt. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs, Roy Russom and children and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Determann and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bundt and Keith were overnight guests last Monday in the Lonnie Bartels home at Des Moines. On Tuesday they drove to Iowa City where Mrs. Bundt had a check up at University Hospitals. LADIES DAY Ladies day at the Carroll Country Club will start on Wednesday. Workshops Set on Credit Law DES MOINES. Iowa <AP)Workshops to assist bankers, retailers and others required to comply with the new Consumer Credit Code will be held in cities throughout Iowa this week. The bill, signed into law by Gov. Robert Ray Monday, raises the interest rate ceiling from 9 per cent to 18 per cent on credit purchases for the first $500 of revolving charge accounts and to 15 per cent for purchases above that amount. The workshops, sponsored by the Iowa Bankers Association, will be held in Ottu.mwa, Iowa City, Dubuque, Waterloo, Fort Dodge, Des Moines, Sioux City and Council Bluffs. Calendar TUESDAY— Pla-Mor. Mrs Edward ReanJon Jollyettes. Mrs Roger Wernjmont High Bidders. Mrs Walter MJllenacker Community Club. Mrs. Peter Hal bur H..VH. 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 polluck. Lake View STOP Club. 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street Catholic Nun to Run for Congress Seat MEMPHIS. Term. iAP--A Roman Catholic nun who says her political and religious lives are closely related has announced as a Democratic candidate for the U.S. House of Representatives. Sister Mary Anne Guthrie claimed in announcing her candidacy Monday to be the first nun ever to seek a congressional seat. She is one of five Democrats bidding for the 3th District seat now held by Rep. Dan H. Kuykendall. a Republican who has no opposition in Newspaper Plant Tour for Rotarians A tour of the new Daily Times Herald newspaper plant was the highlight of the Carroll Rotary Club meeting Monday night. James B. Wilson, vice president and general manager, spoke briefly at the dinner at Tony's Restaurant preceding the tour and afterwards led the members through the various departments of the plant. Wilson outlined the events leading up to the conversion of the newspaper from letterpress to offset production and the move from the old building on Main Street to the new facilities on Court Street. He told of some of the problems encountered in the changeover and paid tribute to the employees for their efforts in helping make the transition successful. Duane Shriver arranged the program. Guests were Dr. E. R. Henning of Breda. Wolfgang Goering of Germany, guests of Dr. Paul D. Anneberg. and Jim Smith. Coon Rapids Rotarian. Goering. a former foreign exchange student here, is visiting the Henning home where he lived while attending high school in Carroll. In mid-July. Goering said, he will take a bus tour of the west and afterward will stay with the Hennings for the remainder of the summer. His future plans include enrolling in a university and 15 months of service in the West German armed forces. LEARN TO STAPLE NEW YORK (AP) -More than 50 per cent of the medical teaching institutions in the United States are now teaching the use of stapling as a surgical technique. According to United States Surgical Corp., which markets surgical staplers, UCLA, the Mayo Clinic, the University of Pittsburgh, Mt. Sinai University and Einstein College are among the universities teaching the procedure. Sale Days Wed. June 5 to Sat. June 8. •« STORE HOURS: 9 to 5 Man. to Sat. STORE HOURS: 9 to 9 Friday EVERYBODY'S GOING I LAST CALL . . .for all budget minded and fun loving people to take part in the big day in Carroll . . . ST. BONIFACE DAY WED., JUNE S CARROLL, IOWA There will be FREE Bratwuerstchen and Sauerkraut. Serving starts at 11:30 a.m. Entertainment and special low prices in the stores. Discount coupons for rides available at local merchants. Tennessee's Aug. 1 primary election. Sister Mary Anne, 47. is director of health and welfare for the Catholic diocese of Memphis. She said Bishop Carroll T. Dozier of the Memphis diocese supports her candidacy. She told a news conference she supported busing, amnesty for draft evaders and cuts in defense spending, and said she would not hesitate to vote for impeachment of President Nixon if the evidence supported such action. She termed impeachment the most pressing issue facing the country'- and she said part of the problem has been that Congress has not been an effective branch of government. Calling for amnesty for draft evaders, she said. "I would say to them. 'America is a big. warm, forgiving country. Come home.'" She said busing was the only alternative now to integrating the schools, but that there would be no need for busing if there were effective open housing. Sister Mary Anne said she believed in a strong public school system. "If parents choose to send their children to parochial or private schools, they should be prepared to finance it." she said. Five Women Visit Student WALL LAKE — Mrs. Don Dumdie of Ames. Kathy Mason of Westside and Mrs. Ken Bundt and Lori accompanied Mrs. John Goodenow to Omaha Friday where they visited Vickie Bundt at Patricia Stevens College. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Gerdes called on Mrs. Fred Druivenga at St. Joseph Hospital in Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Leitz of Paullina were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Reiter. Jolley Pitch club met Friday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Jack Lamaak with 11 members and one guest, Mrs. Bowell Johnson, present. Mrs. Raymond Olerich won high. Mrs. Johnson second, and Mrs. Lillie Kropf, low. Mrs. William Schwanz will be the June 28th hostess. SCHOLASTIC AWARD John Schreck, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck of Dedham, has been awarded the Rensselaer Medal form Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Troy, N.Y. The honor was given to the llth grade student, for his outstanding achievement in mathematics and science during his junior year at Kuemper High School. One junior from each of about 1,300 high schools is selected annually to receive the award by his school. The recipients of the medals are eligible to compete for Rensselaer Medal Scholarships. FY. Ahmann's 40th Year as Priest Noted AK(,'A/>/A — The Kev. Cletus Ahrriann. pastor of St. John's Church, Arcadia, c eI f' b r a I e d the 40th anniversary of hi.s ordination here Sunday, starting with a 10 a.m. high mass and concluding with a dinner and program in th<: evening. The Kt. Kev. Msgr. Leo Lenx, V.K., of Carroll gave the homily. Music, under direction of Cathleen Weitze, was provided by the St. John's grade school. \/>r\ Diers and Alan Glass played guitars and Mike Vonnahme and Russ Wolterman, trumpets. Julie Henkenius and Barbie were organists. At the offertory, a stole, brevery, spiritual bouquet and roses were presented to Fr. Ahmann by the children The 6:30 pot luck dinner at the Ehlers-Gerken Legion hall was attended by over 300 parishioners, priests and relatives. Mrs. Dennis Berg and Mrs. Leo Berning were co-chairmen for the event. A golden chalice with ruby votive lights and ruby streamers decorated the main table, behind which a congratulatory banner was hung. Mrs. Robert Schmitz had made an anniversary cake depicting a priest at an altar and showing where Fr. Ahmann has served as a priest. Pictures of Fr. Ahmann from childhood to the present time were displayed. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff of Carroll was toastmaster and paid tribute to Fr. Ahmann. The "Songsters" (members of the parish) entertained with musical selections with Marie Leiting as organist and director. "Our Father" and "Hail Mary" were sung by Marilyn Vogl. Beth Berning and Lori Diers, accompanied by Alan Glass on guitar. Parishioners participated in a musical skit. "This Is Your Life, Fr. Ahmann": narrator was Robert Schweers. Gifts were presented to the honoree by Craig Dentlinger. CYO president: Mrs. Ron Leiting. Christian Mothers president; and Lawrence Dentlinger. parish director. The program ended with a talk by Fr. Ahmann. Additional special guests were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. John Doherty of Early, area priests and relatives from Carroll. Dubuque. Sioux City. Remsen: Chicago. III.; and Rochester, Minn. Women's Club Ends Season The Carroll County Farm Bureau Women filled and delivered nut cups made at the previous meeting to the Carroll Manor, Foley Rest Home and Perry Nursing Home during the June 3 meeting. Mrs. Leo Hannasch gave the meditation, and roll call was answered with ideas for hope. The program "Our Farm Bureau" was given by Mrs. Adrain Halbur. Mrs. Frank West delivered a presentation on legislative bills in which the Farm Bureau is involved. Mrs. Vernon Anthony, chairman conducted the meeting. Women from Eden township served lunch. This was the final meeting before the summer recess. The club will meet next on Tuesday. Sept. 3. RECORDED WOLF CALLS WASHINGTON (AP) - If you hear a wolf call in the Shoshone National Forest east of Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming, you may just be tuning in on a tape recording intended to flush any real wolves out of the woods. W* sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter

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