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June 24, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Women Go on Trip to The Amanas About 50 Carroll County women went on an extension service trip to the Amana Colonies near Iowa City last week. The group, conducted by Mrs. James Schubert, extension home economist, left by bus early Thursday morning. At the Colonies, they visited a furniture shop, winery, community kitchen, museum, broom shop and wool and mill factory. The next day, the women toured a cheese factory and egg plant in the Amish settlement of Kalona and were served dinner in an Amish home. The group also visited the Herbert Hoover memorial in West Branch and attended the play "The Importance of Being Earnest" at Hanscher auditorium on the University of Iowa campus. They returned home early Saturday morning. Des Moines Couple Feted Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lambertz were honored on their 20th wedding anniversary Sunday at their home in Des Moines. Attending from Carroll were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Lambertz, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Lechtenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Christiansen. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lambertz of Des Moines also were present. The participants brought dinner and also presented the couple with a gift and a decorated cake. NAMED TRUSTEE AUDUBON — Glenn Fancher, a Gray area farmer, has been appointed a trustee of the Audubon County' Memorial Hospital. He fills a vacancy created by the death several weeks ago of Glen Aikman, also of Gray. Aikman had served on the board of trustees since before the hospital was built and died of a heart attack while returning from a meeting of a health organization at Carroll. Fancher will serve until the next election. He was appointed by the remaining trustees. Vicki Fuller Bride Of Randy J. Plotz Vicki Jo Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fuller of Carroll, and Pfc. Randy Joe Plotz exchanged nuptial vows in a double ring ceremony at the First United Methodist Church here on June 22. He is a son of Louis Plotz of Carroll and Mrs. Charles Oswald of Fort Bragg, Calif. The Rev. Dr. Francis L. Brockman officiated at the 2 p.m. wedding in a setting of purple carnations and white Courtesy for Miss Owen A prenuptial shower Sunday at the Lewis Owen home honored their daughter Kathy, who will marry Don Buswell Jr. in a June 29 ceremony. Hostesses were her sister, Connie, and her aunt, Mrs. VernTigges. Corsages were given to the honoree, her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Henry Lehrter, the groom's mother, Mrs. Don Buswell of Jefferson, and his grandmothers, Mrs. Mary Roberts and Mrs. Violet Dickinson. Prizes were awarded for games, and a door prize was won by Sherry Daisy. Before lunch was served, Miss Owen opened her gifts that were arranged on a table decorated in her colors, green and yellow, and centered with a large bell. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Norbert Goetzinger and son Norbert Jr. and family from Indianapolis, Ind., visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetzinger, Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Van Zile of Sioux City and the Melvin Hausman family of Carroll last week. They also visited the Mark Hausman family of Carroll before returning to Indiana Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Keitz have returned from a two-week vacation, spent largely at Tacoma. Wash. They were guests of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Credgington. daisies. Linda Axtell was organist and Dr. Charles Peterson of Shenandoah, vocal soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and attended by Bev Fuller as maid of honor, Mrs. Roger Fuller, Linda Conrad and Gail Broich. Michael Loehr was best man; groomsmen were Roger Fuller, Greg Brickman and Dale Quandt. Flower girl was the bride's niece, Angela Fuller, and the ring bearer was Todd Prince, nephew of the groom. Robert Thomas of Omaha and Wayne Hill ushered. Miss Fuller's bridal gown of sheerganza was fashioned with a high neckline and shepherdess sleeves. Chantilly lace trimmed the bodice and edged the demi-belle skirt. Her matching mantilla also was trimmed with Chantilly lace. A lavender cattleya orchid centered her cascade bouquet of pixie carnations. The bride's attendants were attired in long halter-style dresses of orchid dotted Swiss with matching capes. White picture hats trimmed in purple completed their costumes. Each carried a white mum accented with orchid net and satin ribbon showers. The flower girl was dressed like the attendants and carried lavender petals and greenery in her basket. Three hundred twenty-five guests were entertained at a reception in the church fellowship hall immediately following the wedding. The groom's father hosted a rehearsal dinner for 32 Friday evening at the Red Carpet Lounge. Mrs. Plotz graduated in March, 1974. from Commercial Extension of Omaha. The groom is in the United States Army, with 14 months of duty remaining. After a short trip the couple will be leaving for Colorado, where Pfc. Plotz will report back for duty on June 27. Their address will be 420 East Brookside, Apt. 6, Colorado Springs, Colo., 80906. HOSPITALIZED Barb Lehrter of Carroll is a patient in Room 7,22, Methodist Hospital, Omaha, Neb. 68114. Now thru June 29 '74 MOORE'S® MOORGARD® LOW LUSTRE LATEX HOUSE PAINT n Use on wood, masonry and metal surfaces a Brushes easily — dries dust and bug- free in minutes n Resists fumes, alkali, blistering and mildew o Wide selection of fade resistant colors S1A95 | \/Ga\. Paint Offer Coupon House Paint EXTERIOR GLOSS FINISH n For wood siding, doors and trim n Covers most surfaces in one coat o Long-lasting durability - excellent color retention a White and full line of popular colors NOT REDEEMABLE IN CASH - COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY PURCHASE PLEASE FILL OUT IN FULL ,' purchased GALLON(S) ofT D MOORE'S HOUSE PAINT H MOORGARD HOUSE PAINT and received as a BONUS gallons. quarts. CITY STATE ZIP> SALE ENDS Sot. June Fund-Raiser for Ferguson Set June 25 A county fair fund-raising potluck picnic honoring 55th District State Rep. W. R. Ferguson will be held Tuesday, June 25 at 7 p.m. at the east shelter house at Swan Lake. The picnic is sponsored by the Carroll County Republican Women. All interested Republicans and friends of Bill Ferguson are invited. Orel Thomas, Coon Rapids will be master of ceremonies. Douglas Polking, Breda, chairman of the Republican Central Committee will be auctioneer for the mock political auction. Bingo, games and entertainment will be provided. Each family is asked to provide one meat dish, one other dish and table service. Beverages will be provided. A Former Residents 1 Picnic Set All former Carroll County residents now living in the Council Bluffs-Omaha metropolitan area are invited to a family picnic Sunday. June 30, at Roberts Park, 25th Street and Avenue K, in Council Bluffs. The event, from 5 to 11 p.m., will feature a potluck dinner, tennis and other sports activities. Those attending are asked to take a covered dish, meat, beverage and place setting. Further information may be obtained by calling Tom Slater at 322-4061, Ext. 244. GRADUATED U.S. Air Force Sgt. David J. Riesberg, son of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew J. Riesberg of Carroll, has graduated from the Fifteenth Air Force Noncommissioned Officer Academy at March AFB, Calif. He was trained in military management and supervision and is an electronic computer repairman at March. He is a 1969 graduate of Kuemper High School. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, June 24, 1974 HOUSE PAINT To Speak Vows . . . Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Stevens of Templeton announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Kathleen to Philip McCarthy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel McCarthy of Hancock. The couple plans an Aug. 31 wedding. HOLD CARD PARTY Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Grossman and Judy held a euchre card party Wednesday evening in their home. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Stony Beck, Mr. and Mrs. Art Bruch Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Felix Grossman, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Bruch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huegerich, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Huegerich and Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huegerich. Lunch was served and prizes awarded. Dedham House Sold at Auction Mr. and Mrs. Joe Spoo of Coon Rapids purchased the Anton Klocke estate house and lot in Dedham at public auction Sunday afternoon for $12,400.00. A large crowd attended the sale at which furniture and antiques also were sold. Auctioneers were Wieland and Irlbeck. LEAGUERS PICNIC A family picnic Sunday afternoon closed the season for the Junior League of St. John's American Lutheran Church in Glidden. A potluck dinner and games were held on the church grounds. Five members and their families attended. Sponsors of the youth group are Mr. and Mrs. Perry Petersen and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schonberger. Personals— Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and granddaughter Jane Schechinger of Carroll returned home Sunday evening after a week's visit in the home of Mrs. Schechinger's son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Schechinger and daughters of Hutchinson, Kan. Art Show: A non-competitive showing of oil paintings by students of one local instructor. Old Herald building. June 27, 28 & 29* Free admission. Adv. Dairy Items Now Antiques AMES, Iowa (AP)— Many discarded dairy equipment pieces now make desirable antiques or collector's items, says A. R. Porter, former professor of dairy science at Iowa State University. Although these antiques may appear only decorative or unusual to city dwellers, Porter said they bring back memories to dairymen. The ox yoke is one of the best known antiques. More rarely seen or recognized but also a valuable antique is the iron shoe for oxen, he said. Cow bells are now rare but may be found in various sizes and types, he added. Milking stools, formerly an important part of milking operations, came in many forms and are now collector's items. The four-legged stool, a variation of a box, and the one-legged stool constructed from two boards nailed to form a "T" were common JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House — Carroll Listen To DICK CLARK'S MUSIC MACHINE on KCIM RADIO 1380 Remember the days of BANDSTAND and DICK CLARK on TV? EVERY TUESDAY, Dick Clark's Music Machine can be heard on Radio 1380, KCIM in Carroll. Three big hours From 9:00 p.m. to midnight Tune in as Dick Clark makes the music of the past come alive as well as today's popular hits. Sponsored by: DEARDUFF'S MEN'S WEAR ELLERBROEK'S ELLERBROEK SHOES PEPSI COLA BOTTLING CO. KCIM "The Music Voice of Iowa's Newest City" Broadcast Hours: 6 a.m. to Midnight Man. thru Sat. 7:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday forms, said Porter. Three-legged stools also were popular and have been recently copied by furniture manufacturers for use as fireplace seats. Milk cans, now rare, may be found as planters, gaily decorative items or with padded tops. More rare are milk jugs, used on the Channel Islands of Guernsey and Jersey, said Porter. These jugs are oval in shape with a small neck and tight-fitting cover. Many restaurants have replicas of these as well as cream cans for use as cream containers at tables. Porter said the old dasher churn made from crockery or wood is truly a collector's piece. The barrel churn and the glass "Daisy" churn are also sought by collectors. Tanks from cream separators may be seen on stumps of fence posts and often contain geraniums, petunias or other flowers. The frame of the separator may support a mail box or decorate anentryway. Other items sought by collectors include wooden butter molds, covered butter dishes, horn weights, pint and quart milk bottles, wood or wire bottle cases, antique ice cream freezers and cheese making equipment. Porter said if any of these items are found, consider their worth as historical items. See Us For OFFICE SUPPLIES Party Honors Couple's 25th Anniversary DEDHAM — A 25th anniversary surprise party was given Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Alois Schreck at their home in Dedham. Hosts were their children Jean Brady and Steve Schreck of Omaha, Neb., and Bruce Schreck of Fremont, Neb. Guests included Ken Brady and Michele Vicarius of Omaha, Neb., Mr. and Mrs. Al Wiskus of Marshalltown, Mrs. George Schreck and Robert Schreck of Willey, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Brady, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Vicarius of Carroll, Delia Irlbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Irlbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck, Dr. and Mrs. G. G. Jennings, John Irlbeck and Bert Irlbeck, all of the Dedham area. The evening was spent socially, and a lunch was served carrying out the 25th anniversary theme by a floral centerpiece and silver candles. HOLD PILOT PARTY Several families from St. John's American Lutheran Church, rural Glidden, met at the Rev. Darryl Torrin's home at 1130 Skyline Drive Friday evening for a backyard barbeque, fellowship and Bible study. This was the first of many fellowships planned for the future. Farewell Fete for Minister Between 100 and 125 persons attended the farewell dinner for Dr. and Mrs. Francis L. Brockman at the First United Methodist Church fellowship hall on Sunday. The minister and his wife will move to Des Moines Tuesday. The noon potluck was sponsored by the church's administrative board. A cash gift was presented to the Brockmans. ARRIVE FOR VISIT LIDDERDALE - Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brigman and sons arrived Monday from North Highland, Calif., for a few days visit in the Henry Huegerich home in , Lidderdale. Mrs. Brigman is the former Karen Huegerich. BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Manning Community School District will hold a special meeting in the office of the superintendent in the High School building in Manning at 7:30 o'clock Tuesday, June 25. R.A.M. CONFERENCE High priests and secretaries of R.A.M. chapters in district four are invited to a 10 a.m. conference at the Brown Derby in Carroll on July 28. Chapters include Audubon, Carroll, Fort Dodge, Ida Grove, Jefferson, Lake City and Mapleton. Harold D. Rodebaugh, district deputy grand high priest, will host a noon dinner. • Ledgers • Journals • Filing Supplies • Card Files See us before you buy. ^ STONE'S riwy. 30 Downtown Carroll Calendar MONDAY— Rebekah Lodge TUESDAY— E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg Jollyettes Club, Mrs. Gene Becker Golden Circle bridge Newcomers Coffee, 9:30 a.m., Graham Park WEDNESDAY— Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Albert Baumhover H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin A. B. Club, Mrs. Roy Heuton Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— F.O.B. Club, Mrs. William Kuker Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Alois Kanne STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street Friends and Neighbors Club noon potluck, Lake View Silver Year Is Observed Mr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Saturday night with their family and friends. Lunch was served at the close of the evening of visiting. They were married June 20, 1949. DINNER HOSTS Mrs. Rose Enerson of San Rafael, Calif., and Warren Selb of Minneapolis, Minn., hosted a dinner for 30 guests at the Pin Oaks Friday evening following the rehearsal of the wedding of their son, Terrance Selb of Hopkins, Minn., and Louise K. Schoofs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs. The wedding took place Saturday afternoon at St. Lawrence Church. Local Club Represented At Boone The Carroll Toastmistress Club was represented at the quarterly meeting of Council 2, Corn Belt Region, at Boone Sunday by two members. Mrs. M. L. Collison attended as club representative and Mrs. Anna Harrington gave the closing thought at the meeting, held at Mondt's Restaurant. Acti vities included installation of the following new officers: Mrs. Ruth Whittlesey of Marshalltown, chairman; Helen McGeehee of Boone, vice chairman; Goldie Cooper of Marshalltown, secretary; and Ila Mae Hardie of Boone, treasurer. Kay Hockett of Marshalltown, outgoing chairman, presided. It was announced that several women from the council will attend the international convention in Hawaii next month. The Carroll club will host the next council meeting on Sept. 21. Mr. Collison accompanied his wife and Mrs. Harrington to Boone and visited his nephew, Arden Collison and family. 7 Tables at Golden Circle Golden Circle Club members played pinochle at seven tables at their weekly meeting Saturday night. Hostesses at the clubrooms were Mrs. Mike Mitchell and Mrs. Leo Augustine. Women's score prizes went to Mrs. John Vanderheiden and Mrs. Victor Wernimont. Greg Schroeder and Mr. Wernimont won for the men. The traveling prize was kept by Mrs. Frank Wegner; Mrs. Winifred Conley received the tally prize. SUSAN PETER GEORGE FONDA There's Nothin They Won't Try! 'Dirty Mary Crazy Larry uelcbcny where bloom CARROLL OHIVt-IH -CRRROLL Starts at Dusk Two Adult Attractions HOW TO SEDUCE A WOMAN A most improbably comedy Plus THE HARRAD EXPERIENCE The shocking best seller is on the screen. SINGER FABRIC 20%To6O%OFF FORMER PRICES POLYESTER GABARDINE COLLECTION 100% Textured Poly 45" wide EXTRA-SPECIAL PURCHASE! 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