Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 7, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, June 7, 1974
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Three Feted At a Coffee Mrs. Joe Tegels, assisted by Mrs. Donald Harmon, gave a neighborhood coffee in her home Thursday morning. A gift was presented to Mrs. Louis Lawler, who is moving from the neighborhood. Welcomed were Mrs. Gilbert Johnson and Mrs. Lucille Fast, who now live at 1332 and 1320 North Carroll Street, respectively. Appointment for New Priest The Rev. Andrew Hoffmann, who was ordained to the Catholic priesthood here on June 1, has been appointed assistant pastor of Sacred Heart parish, Fort Dodge, and to the faculty of St. Edmond High School there, effective July 1. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. William N. Hoffman of Carroll. HONORS STUDENTS Four local students who will enter the University of Iowa as freshmen this fall have accepted invitations to join the honors program. The students are Timmi Turner, Audubon, Roxanne Green and Michael Klaus, Carroll, and Mark Johnson, Lake City. Honors students attend special sections of required general courses and are eligible for various scholarships and advanced academic projects. A participant must maintain a "B" average to continue in the program. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, June 7, 1974 HAVE A HASSEL or Just Need To Talk Call TOLL FREE 1-800-432-4165 Courtesy of Commercial Savings Bank Carroll Graduated — William H. Van Horn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Van Horn, Glidden, was commissioned a second lieutenant and awarded a bachelor of science degree upon graduation from the U.S. Air Force Academy June 5. Lt. Van Horn, who majored in American politics, has been selected for pilot training at Moody AFB, Ga. While at the academy, he has received special recognition by being named to the Dean's List for academic excellence. He is a 1970 graduate of Glidden-Ralston Community High School. JAYCEE-ETTES MEET The Carroll Jaycee-Ettes held a brief business meeting Thursday night at the court house. The club will meet again on Aug. 1. SUMMER STORE HOURS 9-5 Mon. to Thurs. 9 - 9 Friday 9-2 Saturday JEWELRY WESTGATE MALL C« CARROLL'S NEW TWIN THEATRE OPENS TONIGHT! 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." -fiei fleed, 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 A Farewell Coffee Given Mrs. Charles Van Hecke was honored at a going-away coffee Thursday at the home of Mrs. Robert Steinberg. Mrs. Steinberg's co-hostesses were Mrs. Kenneth Grouse and Mrs. William D. Kurth. About 12 guests attended the courtesy. Mrs. Van Hecke received gifts. The Van Hecke family will be moving to Denison next week. Mrs. Hennings Attends Alumni Fete in Indiana ARCADIA - Mrs. E. J. Hennings returned home last week from a visit at Winchester, Ind., where she attended her high school alumni banquet. She was a guest at the home of her nephew and niece, Mr. and Mrs. William Koehl at Loveland, Ohio. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Freese attended graduation exercises at Eppley Auditorium in Sioux City Friday for Mrs. Kevin Freese who completed her nurses training. Others were present from Westside, Vail and Deloit. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Booth returned home Wednesday from Memorial weekend in Sioux City. While there they attended the high school graduation of Lori Rodman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rodman. Personals- coi. Warren A. Polking. U.S.A.F. (ret.) and Mrs. Polking of Guadalajara. Mexico, are visiting here with his mother, Mrs. A. J. Polking, and with other relatives and friends in this vicinity. MEMORIAL GIFTS Memorial gifts to the Heart Association were given in honor of E. J. Hulsebus and Fred C. Pluckhahn, according to Lambert J. Thelen, Carroll County Heart Memorial chairman. HAS NAIROBI BRANCH NAIROBI (AP) —The First National Bank of Chicago has been licensed by the Kenya government as the first American bank to open a full service branch in Kenya. -•> .» j»..* < where the lilies bloom To Be Consultant...Pamela Jean Moehn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Moehn of Carroll, graduated from Georgia State University, Atlanta, with honors, on June 7. Miss Moehn received a masters degree in elementary education with special certification for gifted children. She received her undergraduate degree from Loretto Heights College, Denver, and is a former graduate of Kuemper High School. She plans to remain in Atlanta working as a consultant for gifted children. 5 Women Visit Illinois Families WESTSIDE—Mrs. Lyle Rowedder, Mrs. Norman Arp, Mrs. Emmett Fineran. Mrs. Raymond Koch, and their mother Mrs. George Henkelman, visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Walters and family in 111. While there they went to Wilmington and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Scheel and family. They attended the graduation of Shane and Shawn. They also went to Erie, 111., and visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Henkelman and family. On their return home they stopped in Cedar Rapids to see Keith Fineran. They left Wednesday morning and returned Sunday evening. Friday evening Mrs. David Freese•attended the graduation exercises at Eppley Auditorium in Sioux City for Mrs. Kevin Freese. She later attended a reception in her home. Club to Hold New Contest Details of a new weight-losing contest were announced at Thursday night's meeting of the STOP Club at 408 West 7th Street. The contest will run for three weeks, starting June 13, and participants are to be present at each week's meeting. Goal is to lose pounds the first two weeks and maintain the same weight the third week of the contest. Nine members weighed in Thursday, with five losing a total of 11'/2 pounds, one gaining '/•> pound and three maintaining their weights. Five former members were reinstated and the club gained four new members. "Thin Book" selections were read and discussed and a door prize awarded. Western Couple Visit Westside WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Henry Englert of Elaine, Wash., spent the past week in the Harry Peterson home. Mrs. Peterson entertained a group of women on Saturday for Mrs. Englert. She was presented with a gift. Donny and Terry Lewis graduated from Ar-We-Va High School Friday evening. Guests in the Robert Lewis home later were from Whittemore, Emmetsburg, Algona, Dow City, and Denison. Jo Ann Lewis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lewis, graduated from Iowa State University on Saturday. A bridal shower in Denison honored her at the R.L.D.S. Church on May 25. It was hosted by Mrs. John Jones of Manilla. Another shower was held at Swea City Saturday evening at Methodist Hall for Miss Lewis. It was hosted by friends and relatives of the groom. Dairy Group Elects — —Staff Photo Calendar fJ.UIIIUIMIIKII.-L |U| """""-"" , intfoducmgJulieGholsona', MaiyCaii and Harry Dean Slanlon y. Kiyr P'M-.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 FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY- Golden Circle SUNDAY— Toastmistress picnic, Lake Panorama MONDAY— Presbyterian Guild, 6:30 p.m., Pin Oaks Rebekah Lodge Town and Country Club picnic TUESDAY— P.E.G., Mrs. Walter Anneberg C.D.A. -picnic, 7 p.m., Graham Park shelter house Double Four Club, Mrs. Bernard Fei'lmeier Golden Circle bridge THE FUNNIEST COMEDY OF THE NEW YEAR ! • WED.-TUES. I June 5-11 HI CARROLL DR/VE-IN -CARROLL STARTS AT DUSK DOWN IT'S TERRIFIC! WHO Wil SURVIVE- IN ONE OF THE SEE ITU! TEST ESCAPE ADV WEEKDAYS AT 7:30 & 9:30 P.M. SUNDAY AT 2:00, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30 and 9:20 Adults $1.50 Children 75c PLUS OUR 2ND ^. "~ FEATURE THE MOST FANTASTIC UNDERSEA ODYSSEY EVER FUMED KUSUVM mm KIKIEUX W/UtE« PIDCEON ERNEST UKNINE . ii l*i CMMiiir. • it Iki VriiilMr u IW blNllil n to A«MHit THE NEPTUNE FACTOR The Carroll County Dairy Herd Improvement Association, which includes Carroll. Crawford, Audubon, Shelby and Sac Counties, elected two new directors and new officers at its annual meeting and banquet Thursday evening at the Red Carpet Lounge hero. Newly elected of- ficials include from left, standing; Roger Mikkelsen, Elk Horn, secretary; Verlin Prill, Glidden, director; Ronald Hansen, Audubon. vice-president; V. Stuart Perry, Carroll, treasurer; (seated,) Bert Gerdes, Wall Lake, director and Fred Ob- mann, Breda, president. 2 Confirmation Dinners Held MANNING — Jeffery Mohr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Mohr, was honored at a dinner in the home of his parents for his confirmation at the Zion Lutheran Church in Manning on June 2. Guests present were: Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Rowedder of Phoenix, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Palmer of Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Ehricks and Tommy of Denison; Mrs. Janet Kroll, Karen, Byron, and David of Aspinwall; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Sonksen and Debbie F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Dennis Loew A.B. Club, Mrs. Wayne Harriott WEDNESDAY— Naomi Circle, ALC, Graham Park St. Paul's Lutheran Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Roy Heuton; Mary and Martha, church; Ruth, Mrs. Frank Beckman; Sarah , Mrs. Kenneth Beckman Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer Golden Circle euchre Variety Club, Mrs. James Heinrichs H.G. Club, Mrs. Oscar Heider 'Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne —Staff Photo Shows Uniform...Mrs. L. A. (Jack) Smith. Volunteens chairman for St. Anthony's Regional Hospital Auxiliary, right, shows a candy-striper uniform to some of the 20 girls attending the orientation meeting Thursday afternoon at the hospital's education room. From left: Carol Feldmann, Rhonda Hoffman and Michele Warnke. Volunteens are girls 13 or older who assist at St. Anthony's Hospital and nursing home. YOUR LUXURIOUS NEW LAKE CITY u ...all it takes is a little Confidence. ONE MORE WEEK OF FUN! PAUL NEWMAN BEDFORD THE SUNG E of Early; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mohr, Ricky, Monica, Robin, Mark and Marcy of Oakland; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Rowedder Mark and Becky, Mr. and Mrs. George Mohr and Jeffery's brothers and sister Jim, Jay and Rhonda, all of Manning. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Klinker entertained guests in their home on Sunday in honor of their daughter Kathy who was confirmed at the Zion Lutheran Church that day. Dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Esch, Pam, Bill, and David of Staplehurst, Neb.; Kathy's grandmother Mrs. Emil Nitz of Wichita, Kan., Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Gierstorf and Mr. and Mrs. Art Bohlmann of Charter Oak; Mr. and Mrs. Darold Kahl, Shelly and Gary of Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Gene Martens, Leslie, Bonnie, and Monica, BIG PACKAGING YEAR NEW YORK (AP) — Although predictions indicate 1974 will be remembered as the year of "shortage." the packaging industry is looking forward to better dollar-volume sales, says Modern Packaging. The magazine says the apparent discrepancy will be due in large part to inflation. The McGraw-Hill Publications Department of Economics predicts gross national product will climb 8.2 per cent in 1974 and consumer spending will rise 7.8 per cent over 1973. Modern Packaging predicts sales in packaging material and containers will exceed the 1974 figure of $23 billion by 8 percent. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hass of Manning and Kathy's brother and sisters Dennis, Karol and Kim. Afternoon callers were Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Hass of Cherokee. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Grimm, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Eickman and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eickman attended the commencement exercises of Sally Grimm of the Missouri Valley High School and the reception at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Willes Grimm at Missouri Valley. WORSHIP EARLIER St. John's American Lutheran Church, rural Glidden, will begin the summer schedule of worship on Sunday, June 9. Throughout the summer, the Sunday morning worship begins at 9 a.m., and an informal coffee hour will follow. OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. Shop and Save at BIERl/S FURNITURE PARKWAY CARPET . . . DRAPERIES Eott of Carroll SHOWS at 7:00 & 9:00 DEBERA'S SCHOOL OF DANCE DEBERAQUANDT And Her Students Invite You To Attend 'The 4th Annual Summer Dance Revue' STARS OF "74" CARROLL PUBLIC HIGH SCHOOL Carroll, Iowa Sunday, June 9,1974 curtain time MO p . m . [ auiiuay, JUKI MW«***^N****0VMM< FREETOTHEPUBtIC

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