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June 11, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 3

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40th Wedding Anniversary Is Celebrated Mr. and Mrs. John C. Schumacher of Carroll celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday. After attending services at First United Methodist Church, the Schumachers and their family had dinner at Mr. D's in Glidden. Open house was held in the afternoon at the Farm Bureau building, followed by a supper there for the couple, their children, and their brothers and sisters and families. About 125 guests attended the open house. Presiding at the punch table were their granddaughters, Debbie and Darlene Heuton and Renee Tuschhoff. Bruce and Raymond Tuschhoff, grandsons, were in charge of the guest book. LODGE MEETS Mrs. Calvin Edwards, vice grand, presided over a routine meeting of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 Monday night at the IOOF hall. Lunch was served afterward by Mrs. Omar Kaufman. The next meeting date is June 24. ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, June 11,1974 Hosting the event were the Schumachers' children, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Heide of Mundelein, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tuschhoff of Overland Park, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schumacher of Columbus, Neb.; and Mrs. Dorothy Heuton of Lanesboro. Relatives and friends attended from Kansas, Nebraska, Illinois, Minnesota, Texas and Colorado as well as from this area. CHIROPRACTIC DEGREE Dr. Joseph D. Smith of Lake City received a Doctor of Chiropractic degree during June commencement exercises of Palmer College of Chiropractic at Davenport. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Smith, Lake City. While at the college. Dr. Smith was a member of Pi Tau Delta International Chiropractic Scholastic Honor Society, and received an internship in the Palmer College X-ray department. Dr. Smith plans to establish a practice in Iowa, according to college officials. Accepts Job . . . John Pringle, a recent graduate of Drake University, has accepted a position with the state auditor. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald D. Pringle, Carroll. Bride-elect Is Honored A shower honoring Carlette Osterlund of Carroll, June 15 bride-elect of Robert Anderson of Coon Rapids, was held at the Bill Bell home at Coon Rapids. Hostesses were Mrs. Bell, Mrs. Ernie Lloyd, Mrs. Ralph Hoover, Mrs. Leonard Hayes, Mrs. Louis Johnston, Mrs. Jean Johnston, Mrs. Fred Honold, Mrs. Orel Thomas, Mrs. Francis Malcom, Mrs. Dean Lloyd, Mrs. Frank Smith and Mrs. Bessie Bell. Fifty guests attended. Corsages were presented to the honoree and mothers of the prospective bridal couple, Mrs. Arthur Osterlund and Mrs. Donald Anderson, and to the future groom's paternal grandmother. The wedding will take place at the First United Methodist Church in Car roll. Arizona Couple See Area Family STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carrot! 4-HNews MOUNT CARMEL — Trie Mount Merry Makers 4-H Club meeting was held on June 4 at the Kenneth Nees home with Joan, Chris, Theresa, Sue and Jill Nees as hostesses. Roll call was answered by 16 members telling what they will take to the fair. Date of the achievement show was set for July 10 at 6:30 p.m. The members decided to knot the front side of the quilt they are making and put light green pieces on the back. The leader, Mrs. Schettler, showed the girls how to keep elastic from running. She displayed different kinds of elastic, explained how to put it in and discussed plaids. The next meeting will be on July 10, with Linda and Pam Wieland as hostesses. OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 g.m. to 5 p.m. flPPLIflnCE CEnTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-lake City Phone 464-3281 WALL LAKE — Friday afternoon visitors in the Howard Brotherton home were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Rhodes of Tempe, Ariz. George Straight Is Patient In Council Bluffs —Times Herald News Service CARNARVON — George Straight of Carnarvon is a patient in Jennie Edmondson Memorial Hospital, Council Bluffs, after an accident with the truck he was driving Tuesday night near Woodbine. He was in serious condition, but is improving now. Mrs. Straight and daughter Pat spent several days with him. Mrs. Bilda Tietemnaier entertained the Birthday Club Wednesday evening for her birthday at Lake Wood at dinner. The group returned to her home for a social evening. Mr. Martin Gall of Oregon returned to his home Tuesday night after spending a week with Jim Onden in the Henry Onden home here and with other friends. He came for the alumni banquet at Wall Lake. He graduated 25 years ago from Wall Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Brotherson of Council Bluffs were among 13 guests of Mrs. Reiner Janssen on her 89th birthday June 2 in her home. A Monday evening visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Quistorff was Mr. Edwin Pfeiffer of Denver, Colo. Shana Olsen of Omaha spent last week in the William Scott home. Mrs. Gladys Hawks returned to Omaha with her on Friday for a visit in the Gary Olsen home. Jennifer Scott, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Scott, will undergo plastic surgery Friday at Methodist Hospital in Omaha. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Willhoite, Danny and DeAnn and Mrs. Lee Willhoite attended graduation exercises Wednesday evening in Des Moines for Kim Gray. Plans Wedding .. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thiesen of Spencer announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Barbara to John Dalhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dalhoff of Halbur. The wedding will take place Sept. 14 at the St. Louis Catholic Church in Royal. Delay in IEBN Tower Construction DES MOINES — An Iowa Educational Broadcasting Network (IEBN) transmitter scheduled to go into operation in January 1975 in Red Oak will not be on the air until late summer or fall of 1975, an IEBN spokesman said Monday. The delay is being caused by the unavailability of guy cables from Stainless, Inc. until the spring of 1975. The transmitter, channel 36, is part of a $3.3 million appropriation passed by the Iowa Legislature last March to complete the state-wide educational network. Double Four Club Meets Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier entertained Double Four Club members and one other guest, Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg, at her home Monday night. At bridge, Mrs. Kloppenburg won high score prize and Mrs. Edwin Tigges, second. The traveling prize went to Mrs. Donald Danner, who will have the next party on July 9. Dinner for Church Guild Members of Presbyterian Guild closed the season Monday with a no-hostess dinner at Tony's Restaurant, followed by a business meeting and informal evening at Mrs. R. K. Cooper's home. Mrs. John H. Fortune conducted the meeting, with Mrs. Glennie Prince leading the opening prayer. Refreshments were served by Mrs. Cooper later in the evening. Regular meetings will be resumed in September. Astrology Girl Scout Outing at Swan Lake Calendar TUESDAY- P.E.O., Mrs. Walter Anneberg C.D.A. picnic, 7 p.m.. Graham Park shelter house Double Four Club, Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier Golden Circle bridge 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 THURSDAY— Wa-tan-ye Club, Derby Pateo Club, Tony's STOP Club, 408 W. 7th Street, 7 p.m. FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle LA-Z-BOY WANTS YOU O RELAX MAKE IT J.A-Z-BOY DAY EVERYDAY STARTING WITH FATHER'S DAY Come in now and enjoy I .ither's D.iy s.ivings on the most popular l.,i-Z-Lounger reclining c hours hv La-Z-Boy' in our c ollection. yours with SPECIAL SAVINGS in time for FATHER'S DAY! (June 16th) LA-Z-BOY RECLINERS Priced From $129 95 America's favorite reclining chair is on sale now for Father^ Day Now ib the lime for all good families to come to the aid of their Idlhcrb and f.ivf thi'in the bnpport and comforl of thu Li I Boy lediiiiM of then choice. Plus the care-free ease of fabrics of Vectra, "The Olofin f'aslunn hbei" that kt-i-ps color and softness locked in foi a lon'gi-i more beautiful life of ease. 9 Vectra Shop our complete Chair Department for many other special buys in all styles of chairs. OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY TILL 9 P.M. (Cloted Sunday During Summer Month*) PREHGER FURNITURE "Quality Name Brandt you know at always Low Pricas." West on Hwy. 30 — Carroll Wednesday, June 12,1974 Bernice Bede OSD Engaged ... Mr. and Mrs. Donald F. Seitz of Cedar Rapids announce the engagement of their daughter, Shelley Joan, to Jerry F. Nobiling of Cedar Rapids, son of Mr. and Mrs. William V. Nobiling of Arcadia. A Sept. 28 wedding is planned at Marion Christian Church. Miss Seitz, a recent graduate of Kirkwood Community College's Practical Nursing program, is employed by St. Luke's Hospital and her fiance, by FMC, Crame and Excavator Division, both at Cedar Rapids. Personals— ARIES (March 21-April 19) You will want to withdraw a generous gesture you made after you have given the matter second thoughts. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) It looks like you'll have to hold up the heavy end in a situation you're involved in with a friend. It'., because conditions weren't spelled out properly. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) In your dealings today try not to use self-glorifying techniques to call attention to yourself. They won't produce the effect you desire. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A plan of some importance to you will be temporarily blocked by a condition you have no control over. Don't despair — wait it out. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You may have to settle for less than you expected in something you've been hoping for. The values you anticipated are a bit too high. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your decisions will be swayed today by a strong personality. He insists upon having his way. However, he's not always right. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) Your way of accomplishing something will conflict with the boss's way. It's best that you comply as he will not modify his orders. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You'll be lucky with things as long as they are based on actuality. Situations still in the idea stage are another matter. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) To maintain peace on the home front be sure to let your mate in on all of today's plans. Springing a surprise spells problems. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Before you begin projects, be certain you think them through thoroughly else once you're involved you may wish you hadn't started. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) You still tend to be too extravagant in material affairs. If you follow this course it will soon lighten your purse. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Your self-interests are best •'" served today it you're not overly impulsive. You'll need to retrace some steps if you jump the starting blocks too early. Mrs. Albert Berger and Mrs. Clarence Riesberg of Arcadia, Mrs. Adrian Snyder of Breda, Mrs. Agnes Berger of Omaha and Irene Bruening of Carroll attended the wedding of Barbara McCoy and Doyle Swan at Boone Saturday. Major and Mrs. J. C. Bernholtz and son Michael have concluded a week's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz. They have been living at Alconbury Air Force Base, England, for the last four years and now are en route to Clovis, N. Mex., where Major Bernholtz will be stationed at Cannon Air Force Base. He is an F-lll flier. They planned to stop at San Antonio, Tex., to visit his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bernholtz, on their way t<" Clovis. Mrs. Martha Grundmeier and Mrs. Pete Lemport of Kelliher and Susan Lemport and Vickie Grundmeier of Minneapolis spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Pat Hinze of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hinze of Manning. Mrs. Grundmeier is a sister of Pat Hinze and Mrs. Erna Sanks of Carroll. The Pat Hinzes, with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Overhue and Cheryl of Charter Oak, spent Sunday in Sioux City visiting relatives who live there and others from Wisconsin and Colorado Springs who were spending a week there. Guests From Nebraska Call In Wall Lake WALL LAKE - Friday overnight guests in the Dick Lawler home were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Karsten and family of Gretna and Bradley and Ann Montag of David City, Neb. The~y left oni Saturday tor a week at Lake Okoboji. Friday evening visitors in the Lawler home were Mr. and Mrs. Dave Dickerson of Omaha. Mrs. Helen Boeckman in company with Mr. and Mrs. Allan Boeckman and Heather spent the weekend in the Gabe Boeckman home at Van Wert. Your Birthday June 12, 1974 Lady luck will give you a big boost this year but you shouldn't rely solely upon her. If you build with definite goals, what is handed you can be made to last. About 60 Girl Scouts are participating in the District II, Lakota Council Cadette Day Camp near the east side shelterhouse of Swan Lake State Park this week. In addition to the scouts from Carroll, Manning, Lake City and Glidden, four girls from Waterloo, Fort Dodge and Eldora are attending the camp. The four distant scouts are guests of the district, staying with local families as part of a new exchange program. Mrs. Joe Vanderheiden is director of the camp, and' Paula Templemeyer is the canoeing instructor. Mothers of the Cadettes and Senior Scouts in Mrs. Leroy Johnson's troop are also assisting. Mrs. Don Tigges, the public school nurse, remains at the camp during the day. During the five-day camp, the girls will work on outdoor safety and camp craft badges. Canoe races will be held on Thursday afternoon and Friday will be devoted to pleasure canoeing. The girls plan to camp out overnight on Tuesday and Wednesday. The camp is in session from 1-7 p.m. 2 Women Visit South Dakotan WALL LAKE — Mrs. Ken Bundt and Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mason of Westside spent Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday in Canton, S.D. at the home of Mrs. Leta Buxton. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Tounget spent the weekend in the Dan Stock home in Omaha. While there, they helped Kathleen Tounget move to her new apartment. They also visited with Jennifer Stock at ENCORE Program. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Johnson of Holstein were Thursday supper guests in the Frank Johnson home. That afternoon they called in the Wilbert Rohde home. A Wednesday morning caller in the home of Mrs. Minnie Peters was Mrs. Mildred Linstrom of Spencer. Saturday dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Gene Culbertson and Elizabeth Ann of Marion and Mrs. Glenna Ferrone of Sargeant Bluffs. YOUR LUXURIOUS. NEW . Ends Thursday Eves. 7:00 & 9:00 RAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFQRD JRQBEJcT SHAW ... all it takes is a little Confidence CARROLL ORIVC-IN -CHRROLL We sell Flynn Dairy Products to your door every day. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 closed Saturday Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butler NOW THRU TUESDAY June 5-11 STARTS AT DUSK. THE POSEIDON AOVffinRE "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" Pjimitran ind Color by D«ltm322£ PQ ! GMHACXMAN MlBI BORCNINE KD BUTTONS CAROL IVNUY RQOWMcOOWl. 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