Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 6, 1974 · Page 4
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Mrs. Neu to Head 'Breath of Life' Drive Mrs. Arthur A. Neu. Carroll, has been named local chairman of the 1974 Breath of Life Campaign to fight children's lung diseases by David L. Hansen, president of the Iowa State Chapter of the COUNSELLING STUDENT Sr. Rita Heires of Carroll is one of 26 persons enrolled in the summer pastoral counselling program at the Mental Health Institute. Independence. Throughout the three programs, the students are involved directly with the patients and in clinical seminars, lectures and reading assignments intended to further their experiences and aid them either in parish or school work. The sessions begin June 3. KANSAS GRADUATES John H. Warnke and George Hall Fair of Carroll graduated from Kansas State College of Pittsburg on May 18. Warnke received a master of science degree and Fair, a specialist in education degree. HELD OVER! Eves. 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. Timei Herald, Carroll, la. >• Thursday, June 6, 1974 ~f National Cystic Fibrosis Research Foundation. The newly-appointed chairman will lead local volunteers in raising funds to support the research and care for children affected by cystic fibrosis. severe asthma, chronic bronchitis, bronchiectasis and other related lung-damaging diseases. The 1974 Campaign will be conducted during September which is Cystic Fibrosis Month across the nation. Personals—_ Mr. and Mrs. William Lauridsen are home after a two-week vacation in Europe, going principally to visit his two aunts, cousins and their families in Denmark. They spent three days in Copenhagen, visiting several points of interest. The couple flew from Chicago to Luxemborg and drove to Denmark through Germany, via the Moselle River valley, and upon their return to Luxemborg, toured the city. They arrived in Chicago Tuesday night. The last time Mr. Lauridsen was in Denmark was 52 years ago, when he traveled by boat from New York. PAUL NEWMAN REDFORD ROBERT SHAW ^ i A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM ...all it takes is a little Confidence NOW THRU TUESDAY June 5-11 STARTS AT DUSK. frrt POSEIDON AOVfNWRE PjnimiOh jnd Color by Ofluie^^ PQ GENE WOMAN MS! BORGNINt RtD BUTTONS CAROUWPf ROOEK McDWAlL SIUU STOWS SWllFJWNUSS IMBH PLUS I THE MOST FANTASTIC UNDERSEA ODYSSEY EVER FILMED , THE NEPTUNE FACTOR CARROLL'S FABULOUS NEW TWIN THEATRE OPENS FRIDAY! 2 LUXURY THEATRES UNDER ONE ROOF — IN CARROLL THEATRE I — THE OPENING ATTRACTION IS ONE OF THE BEST FILMS FOR ALL AGES IN YEARS! FRIDAY Thru TUESDAY, JUNE 7 thru 11 "A beautiful story for all ages, filmed with great wisdom and tenderness." -Re» Beed, Chicago Tribune-N.Y. News Syndicate "MOVIE OF THE MONTH! Radnitz outdoes himself with this one; it's that rare kind of movie you'll find yourself sitting through twice." — Edwin Miller, Seventeen "Not too many films come along with its charm and warmth. It is a nice experience to have your intelligence respected... and be entertained as well." — Bob Porter, Dallas Times Herald where the lilies bloom Married . . . AMN and Mrs. Eugene Von Bon are shown following their May 25 wedding at St. Mary's Catholic Church at Red Oak. They will live in Plattsburgh. N.Y., where he is with the Air Force. The bride is the former Debra Hughes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. Hughes of Red Oak. The groom, formerly of Dedham, is a son of Jack Von Bon of Red Oak and Mrs. Frank Baumhover of Bloomfield. Extension Programs Scheduled Henrietta Van Maanen, area extension director, and Mrs. Frank Reibold, member of the state extension advisory board, met with the Carroll County Extension Council Wednesday night to review programs. Jim Venner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Venner of Breda, started work with the extension office Monday as a summer assistant aide. He will help with the summer youth program. Future activities include a dairy banquet Thursday night, farmer-businessman's tour on July 10, carcass steer show on Aug. 13, and feeder pig show and sale on Aug. 14. Robert Halbur, council chairman, presided at the meeting. \f ti«wUDIUCIIJ_ • |U| «•««..«.- y mfroducmg Julie Gholson« Mary Call and Harry Dean Slanton,)-. f,v, ^-.e EVENINGS at 7 & 9 P.M. SUNDAY at 1:30, 3:20, 5:10, 7 & 9 P.M. ADULTS $1.50 CHILDREN 75c — IN CARROLL THEATRE II — FRIDAY THRU TUESDAY Jun e 7-8-9-10-11 THE FUNNIEST COMEDY OF THE NEW YEAR ! —Times Herald Newsservice Photo Administrator Dennis Acrea, 24, a native of Missouri Valley, has assumed the post of administrator of Friendship Home in Audubon. He replaces Marie Nielsen, who is retiring. 'OUTSTANDING' U.S. Air Force Sgt. Craig J. Riesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Reisberg, Carroll, has been named outstanding first term airman of the quarter in his unit at Randolph AFB, Tex. Riesberg graduated in 1967 from Kuemper High School and attended the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls. Kuemper Honor Roll The Kuemper High School Honor Roll for the fourth quarter of the 1973-74 school year was announced Thursday by Sr. Myra, F.S.P.A., registrar. SENIORS: 4.0 —Cecilia Berger, Rose Mary Hornick. Michele Kerwin. Debra Knobbe. Sharon Maher. Mary Reinhart. Laura Sibenalter. Linda Staiert. Barbara Stangl. 3.9 — Denise Rupiper 3.8 — Diane Frischmeyer. Roxanne Green, Denise Grimsman, Mary Ann Hausman. Joyce Mayer. Kathy Riesselman, Alan RoeUier. Joni Seidl, Iris Sibenaller; 3.6 — Sheila Behrens. Chris Fleskes, Nora O'Leary; 3.5 — Ann Brenny. Maureen Heinrichs. Greg Kennebeck. Theresa Nelson, Kent Riesberg, Kathy Sibbel; 3.4 — Mary Jo Brincks. Dale Dentlinger, Amy Friedman, Bob Friedman. John Heithoff. DeLynne Kanne. Janet Kelso, Mike Klaus, Sue Kock, Kristtne Menke. Joni Ocken, Denise M. Snyder Barb Trecker. Faye Stangl; 3.25 — Geri Reinart; 3.2 — Phillip Baldus, Kathy Berger, David Bierl. Sandra Eischeid, Kevin Fee. Steve Garbicr, Mary Jo Ludwig, Ronald Niceswanger. Mary Onken, Jim Riesberg, Diane Siemann. Dan Weitl.MarkV.'indschitl. JUNIORS: 4.0 — Dorothy Feilrneier. Tim McKone. Michelle Nees. Lori Nieland. Doug Ricke, John Schreck. Cynthia Sporrer; 3.9 — Jean Comes: 3.8 — Donna Brincks. Ann Dalhoff. Patricia Frischmeyer. Patrick Hall. Cynthia Hannasch, Cynthia Haubrich, Myron Heithoff, Jeanne Hoffman. Lori Knott. Randy Kohorst. Linda Masching, Debra Nagl. Diane Riesselman, Jane Schechinger. Carol Starman. JoAnn Venner. Gayle Williams, Marie Wiskus; 3.7— Jeanne Harman; 3.6 — Dave Berning, Karen Eich, Sue Eischeid. Neil Glass, Sue Greteman. Jean Langenfeld, Teresa Neppel. Mark Pollastrini, Jolene Riesenberg. Dave Schulz, Rose Weber; 3.5 — Cindy Daeges, Tim Gleason, Kathleen Sdiroeder; 3.4 — Carol Behrens. Kelly Belter, Craig Bellinghausen, Carol Danzer, Roy Dentlinger, R'oxanne Ferden, Alden Frischmeyer, Marian Herbers, Joan M. Hoffman, Sandra Klocke, John Long. Mary Maher, Pat Reibold. Diane Twit. Ruth Wendl, Martha Whaley: 3.3 — Joan L. Hoffman. Barb Lambertz, Carol Langel. Carol Longnecker, Peggy Meyer. Donna Schieffer, Carol Sondergroth; 3.2 — Michelle Gradoville, Cathy Ludwig, Sharon Naber, Karen Nieland. Joan Schreck. Gary Schulte, Monica Simons. Peggy Wolterman. Tom Zimmer. SOPHOMORES: 4.0 — Lori Beckman, Diane Brinker, David Donovan. Joyce Frischmeyer, Joyce Harman. Lois Heinen, Maureen Nurse. Jane Oswald, Gail Reicks. Cynthia Ricke, David Stangl. Robert Steenson. Geri Tigges. James Waters; 3.9 — Maria Eischeid, Mary Hagemann. Jane Neppl; 3.8 — Jeff Baldus, Diane Casey, Carol Dalhoff. Gloria Heithoff. Sandra Naberhaus, Kevin Tessmer. Mary Kay Vicarius. Janet Vonnahme: 3.7 — Al Mooney. Roxanne Sporrer; 3.6 — Deborah Berg, Laura Daniel, Patricia Fay, Judy Hoffman, Kevin Pudenz, Kevin Ricke, Carol Schon; 3.5 — Marian Kohorst, Tim Roetker: 3.4 — Jim Busche, Nancy Dentlinger, Ann Fangman. Joe Fleskes, Rick Friedman, Donna Hoffman. Mary Hoffman, Jeff Hogan. Tom Kalkhoff. Jenny Riesberg. Craig Schroeder, Dan Schultes, Don Snyder. Pat Sundrup, Karen Tegels, Julie Textor, Cindie Venteicher. Allan Weber; 3.3 — Mary Blum), Margaret Hawks. Richard Masching, Marty Meshek. Jayne Staley, Steve Stangl, Marty Steffes. Linda Vonnahme; 3.2 — Nancy Anderson. Mary Jo Baumhover, Diane Berger, Karen Bueltel. Mike Cawley, Jim Comstock, Ed Evangelista, Kerry Gleason, Betty Grossman, Craig Heithoff, Marilyn Heithoff. Randy Hoffman. David Loneman, Karleen Nieland, Margie Schapman, Carole Tomka. FKESHMtN: 4.0 — Laura Baumhover. Judy Feilmeier, Sharon Goecke. Ann Marie Greteman, Julie Hagemann, Debra Lciting. Susan Mayer. Larry Rettenmaier. Julie Tigges, Karen Tigges; 3.95 — Anne " Tiefenthaler; 3.8 — Renee Eischeid. Judy Goreham. Kathryn Greteman, Tom Hannasch, Cathy Luchtel, Diane Nees. Jolecn Oswald. Anna Mae Rotert. Kathleen Schulte. Scott Stoner, Martha Windschitl; 3.7 — Bryan Houlihan, Peggy Irlmeier, Raphael Reuter. Sandra Schmilz, Janet Schulte; 3.6 —Tamera Boulware, Cheryl Eischeid. Julie Hogan. Patrice Kerwin, Joan Nagl, Maria Pollastrini, Nadine Schroeder, Gina Snyder. Beverly Vanderheiden. Debbie Walden; 3.5 — Randy Halbur, Sheila Heisterkamp. Pam Heithoff, David Riesenberg, Brian Rupiper. Ann Wernimonl. Brent Wiese; 3.4 —Jill Baumhover, Carol Berg, Jane Femeding, Jean Gronstal, Tom Herbers. Donna Irlmeier, Kristine Loew, Diane Masching, Carol Muhlbauer, Vince Otto. Joyce Pudenz. Thomas Ricke, Glen Schultes, Richard Soyer. Patrick Staiert, Marilyn Tigges; 3.3 — Sue Gehling, Dave Graving. Peggy Hacker, Diane Kasperbauer, Roxanne Kennebeck. Karen Klocke, Gary Niehaus, Nancy Seidl. Betsy Siegner. Sheryl Staples; 3.2 — Richard Berning. Eugene Brincks, Donna Casey, Kristy Daeges, Pam Dentlinger. Annie Frank, Mary Greving, Jane Grossman. Donald Nieland. Julie Potlhoff, Mary Sue Reicks, Sheryl Schroeder. Cathy Sondgeroth. Dave Staley, Julie Stalzer, Scott Stoelk, Doris Venner, Pamela Wieland, Marilyn Vogl, Joleen Vonnahme. Sleeper TERRIFIC! f WEEKDAYS AT 7:30 & 9:30 P.M. SUNDAY AT 2:00, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30 and 9:20 Adult. $1.50 Children 75e CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll Live in Carroll. . . Mr. and Mrs. Art Renze are living at 404 Lincoln, Carroll, following their May 4 wedding at St. Lawrence Church. Mrs. Renze is the former Mary Jane Reiling, daughter of Mrs. John Hoogestraat of Carroll and Frank Reiling of Hazel Crest, 111. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Renze of Carroll. Play Euchre At Clubrooms Five tables were in play at the Wednesday night meeting of the Golden Circle euchre group, held at the clubrooms on East Sixth Street. Winning score prizes for women were Mrs. William Meshek, first, and Mrs. Ed Hannasch, second. Joe Sanders and Lawrence Hesslingh won men's first and second. The tally prize went to Victor Wernimont. i Wed in Ankeny . . . Mary Jo Haverman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Haverman of Carroll, became the bride of Robert A. Duke on May 4 at Our Lady's Immaculate Heart Church in Ankeny. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Duke of Canton, N.C. The Rev. Msgr. Schmidt officiated. Attendants were Marian Haverman, Deanna Haverman and Jack Bacot; Lee Stapf and Gary Rivers ushered. A reception was held at the Trader's Lounge, Ankeny. The newlyweds are living at Ankeny, where both are employed at Bacot, Inc. 4th Birthday Is Celebrated Jane Marie Janning, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Janning, was honored at a party on her fourth birthday Wednesday afternoon at her home. A "Raggedy Ann" theme was carried out in decorations and lunch. Invited guests were Debbie Henrich, Lisa and Kim Baumhover, Rhonda Janning, Mary Fran Mosman, and Lisa and Lois Grossman. Assisting Mrs. Janning with the party were her nieces, Sheila Janning and Jean Ann Bueltel. Discusses Ag Disaster Payments Producers in Carroll County are checking into disaster payment provisions of the 1974 feed grain programs administered by the Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Service (ASCS). "We want to do all we can to explain how producers become eligible for prevented planting and low yield payments," said Donald H. Severin, executive director of the Carroll County ASCS office. Prevented planting means that the farmer is unable to plant because a severe natural disaster striking at planting time prevented him from planting. Low yield is when a disaster seriously affects the potential yield of a crop after planting. In the case of feed grains, if the producer is prevented by a disaster from planting an acreage of annual nonconserving crop at least equal to the sum of his feed grain allotments, he may qualify for a prevented planting payment. Annual nonconserving crops normally planted in this county are soybeans and oats. 2,000 Attend Children's Event MANNING — Nearly 2,000 children attended Manning's 91st Annual Children's Day Monday. June 3. King and queen for the 1974 event were Mark Hagedorn of Manning and Jean Chapman of Manilla. Prize winners in the free throw contest were Scott Spripling, Brett Monson, Steve Phillips, Martin Romitti, Randy Spies, Dean Genzen, Cory Wegner, Scott Jensen, Kevin Vollstedt, Jackie Hagedorn, Barb Bauer, Julie Siepker, Sara Lohrman, Kim Joens, Terri Chapman, Julie Mohr, Joan Croghan, and Jean Voege. Calendar 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 FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle OPEN HOUSE PAINTIN' and TREASURERS Featuring Art by Pat and Handcraft by Her Friends FRIDAY and SATURDAY June 7-8 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Register for Drawing Free Punch and Cookies LOCATION: Approx. 5 Miles North of Scranton On Highway N65 Watch For Our Signs SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY— Toastmistress picnic. Lake Panorama MONDAY— Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 p.m., Pin Oaks Rebekah Lodge Town and Country Club picnic At Home ... Mr. and Mrs. Ron Brincks are at home at 1110 Skyline Drive, Carroll, following their May 11 wedding at Roselle. Mrs. Brincks is the former Janet Haverman. HONOR STUDENTS Rhonda Crane of Carroll and Melissa A. Adams, Lake City, have been named to the dean's honor list in the School of Education and College of Arts and Sciences, respectively, at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion, S.D. Education students must receive a 3.3 grade point average for the honor. Miss Adams earned all A's in her courses. CDA Picnic Planned for Next Week Plans for the annual picnic of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, were announced at the monthly meeting held Wednesday night at the KC hall. The picnic is set for next Tuesday, June 11, at 7 p.m. in the Graham Park shelter house. Each member is asked to take a covered dish and her table service. Mrs. Vincent Koenig and Mrs. Joe Twit are co-chairmen of the picnic committee. Mrs. Simon Langel, first vice regent, conducted the 8 p.m. meeting which followed a dinner served by Mrs. Ray Goreham, Mrs. Robert Beeson and their committee. Tables were decorated with flowers. Mrs. Vincent Stangl received the door prize. The evening ended with cards, under direction of the program chairmen, Mrs. Louis Grossman and Mrs. Julian Julich. The court will recess until Sept. 4. FOR DAD'S DAY GIVE HIM A PERSONAL SHOWER or HYDRO-WHIRL BY KOHLER Kohler celebrates its 100th birthday with an exciting variety of bath ideas: A. Raindrop personal shower attaches to shower arm or tub spout. In White or Tangerine. B. Low-price Kohler Hydro-Whirl, no-motor, non-electric whirlpool bath. Unit fits most tubs. «8STH SHOPPE At FRANKS PLBG. & HTG. 309 N. Clark "Here's ONE bill I can prove I paid!" She has the cancelled check which is an air-tight receipt. A mighty good reason for having a Checking Account. 'Of Each deposit Insured to $20,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll SERVICE BANK

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