Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 25, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, June 25, 1974
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Miss Ruchti Complimented At a Shower Sixteen guests were entertained at a prenuptial shower for Jacque Ruchti Sunday at the summer home of Mrs. Lawrence Bruner at Lake View. Hostesses were Jili Bruner and Dawnie Ruchti. The honoree's colors, lavender and white, were used in decorations. She was presented with a corsage by the hostesses. Several bridal contests were held and prizes awarded to Mrs. Virgil Auen and Mrs. Al Ricke were given later to the future bride. Lunch was served after the shower gifts were opened. Miss Ruchti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ruchti, wilj marry David Schaefer. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schaefer, on July 13. HAS LEG SURGERY Carroll friends have learned that Ralph Atkinson of Chicago, a former Carroll resident, underwent vascular leg surgery June 18. His address is Room 219 Resurrection Hospital, 7435 West Talcott, Chicago. 111., 60631. Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson recently were in Carroll to attend the 50-year reunion of his Carroll High School graduating class of 1924. Mrs. Atkinson is the former Marie Bernsten of Carroll. Their home address is 3754 North Pacific Avenue, Chicago, 60634. REBEKAHS MEET Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in routine session Monday evening at the IOOF hall. Mrs. Alice Krieg presided. Lunch was served afterward by Mrs. Earl Miller. The next meeting date is July 8. Vanderheiden Studio Photo On Honeymoon . . . Mr. and Mrs. Terrance Selb are honeymooning at Virginia Beach, Va., before making their home at Hopkins, Minn. The former Louise Schoofs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs of Carroll, and Mr. Selb were wed here June 22 in St. Lawrence Church. The groom is a son of Mrs. Rose Enerson of San Rafael, Calif., and Warren Selb of Minneapolis. PICNIC THURSDAY The picnic for members of the Friends and Neighbors Club at the Emil Hansen cottage at Lake View has been rescheduled for Thursday, June 27, at noon. Members attending should take a covered dish and table service. Cars will be leaving from the OutReach Center by II a.m. Entertain for Future Bride A shower honoring Mary Dentlinger, bride-elect of Victor Hoffman, was given Sunday afternoon at the Richard Dentlinger home. Hostesses were Mrs. Dentlinger, Mrs. Gary Brotherson and Carol Dentlinger. The honoree's rainbow colors were used in decorations for the party, attended by 25 guests. Prizes for bridal and bingo games were given later to Miss Dentlinger. Lunch was served after gifts were opened. Miss Dentlinger and Mr. Hoffman will be married July 19. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Dentlinger and Mrs. Marcille Hoffman, all of Carroll. Personals- Mr, and Mrs. John DeVos and family of St. Charles, Mo., have been weekend visitors in the home of her mother, Mrs. W. C. Reynolds. They brought Mrs. Reynolds home after she spent several weeks with them. The DeVoses and Mrs. Reynolds left Tuesday for a week's visit in Omaha at the Maurice DeVos and Robert Reynolds homes, after which the John DeVos family will return to St. Charles and Mrs. Reynolds, to Carroll. f Weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry D. Frank and Diann were Arlys Bauer of Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Agnes Frank of Westside. who returned to their homes Monday evening. Additional guests Saturday were Mrs. Lester G. Frank, Craig and Janel of Ankeny. Miss Bauer and Mrs. Lester Frank attended the wedding of Susan Bauer and John Wessling Saturday and also visited in the Matt Bauer home. Calenda r spurqeons Blanket Event! See luxury by Lady Pepperell Blanket prices will be up this fall! But we committed ourselves to these values last year — and we pass the savings on to you! Hurry in for double savings, while style and color ranges are complete. Take these home today! 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Club, Mrs. Roy Heuton Golden Circle euchre Toastmistress, Derby 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 FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle Astrology For Wednesday June 26,1974 Bernice Bede OSD June Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Randy Plotz are shown following their marriage June 22 at First United Methodist Church in Carroll. They will live in Colorado Springs. Mrs. Plotz is the former Vicki Fuller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Fuller of Carroll. The groom's parents are Louis Plotz of Carroll and Mrs. Charles Oswald of Fort Bragg, Calif. Vanderheiden Studio Pho'to To Marry . . . Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Dentlinger of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Mary to Victor Hoffman, son of Mrs. Marcile Hoffman of Carroll and the late Alfred Hoffman. The couple plans a July 19 wedding. Shrine Show on June 30th 11 Musical Salute to America," a grandstand show at the Iowa State Fairgrounds sponsored by Za-Ga-Zig Shrine will be held Sunday, June 30. Last year some 4,000 turned out for the patriotic concert on the steps of the Iowa State Capitol. This year, there will be 18,000 seats at the fairgrounds grandstand for the show which is free to the public. The Shrine pageantry will begin at 7:30 p.m., the concert will be held at 8:15 p.m. and an old-fashioned Fourth of July fireworks display will be held at 9:15. The rain date for the show is Tuesday, July 2. ON DEAN'S LIST Linda Frischmeyer of Carroll was named to the dean's list at St. Ambrose College, Davenport, for the spring semester. A grade point average of at least 3.2 out of a possible 4.0 is required to achieve the academic honor. ARIES (March 21-April 19) Neither you nor your mate will be very tolerant over domestic issues. The least irregularity could bring about unnecessary discord. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) It doesn't look like you'll be able to dodge certain obligations you've been neglecting lately. Face them today. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) Don't spend money on anything today unless you're positive it's the best buy you can make for your dollar. CANCER (June 21-July 22) A conflict of aims is developing in an important personal relationship. Talk things over before it gets out of hand. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Be careful what you put your signature on at this time. It may obligate you more than you realize. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Your outside interests should be modified a bit for the present or they will prove to be more of a liability than a fun outlet. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) For the next few days, avoid arrogant individuals who like to throw their weight around and give you orders. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) You'll suffer considerable embarrassment if you get involved in an argument with another over a subject he knows more about than you do. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) Continue to stay on guard and proceed cautiously in a venture you share with another or you'll be taken advantage of. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) Co-operation from others you're now hoping for will be slow in coming. Do as much as you can on your own. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) Do more than spot-check work or service you're having done at this time in order to avoid the possibility of serious spurgeons pairs Last Chance At This Price! Your Choice-3 Styles Fiberglas® Tiers When present stocks are gone, the same quality will be at least 10% more! Choose yours this week only and save! Regular 2.89 pinch- pleated cafe curtains — 44" pleated size to the pair with jumbo rings to match the fabric! All glass — hand dunk, drip dry, hang and never iron! Firesafe, sunsafe, no-shrink and no- stretch! See them now! Matching valances, regular 1.79 $1.50 "Trademark of Owens-Corning Fiberglas"' Corporation Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Tuesday, June 25, 1974 ^ PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Be extra-patient and considerate toward one you're emotionally involved with. This person is harboring a secret hurt. YOUR BIRTHDAY June 26,1974 This year will bring certain changes that you may resist at first, only to learn later they were really for your own good. Don't miss out on them. Live in Carroll . . . Mr. and Mrs. Steve DeMey were married May 25 at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton and are now living at 1404 North Adams Street in Carroll. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Klocke of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. Ed DeMey of Carroll. Wood Carver Gives Program at Rotary Club Wood carving as a simple and relaxing hobby was described to Carroll Rotarians Monday night by Dr. J. W. Sutcliffe, retired Audubon veterinarian. Sutcliffe exhibited a number of his carvings, or "whittlings" as he called them. He was introduced by Dr. Guy S. Jones. Wood carving is one of the oldest hobbies, going back as far as 3000 B.C., Sutcliffe said. It reached its highest development in the period from 1000 to 1600 A.D., mainly in Germany, England and France. Much of the carving at that time was religious in nature. Figureheads for ships, cigar store 'Indians', furniture and staircases came into vogue later. Sutcliffe said it takes few tools to be a carver — pocket knife is used 90 per cent of the time. Various saws, chisels and other simple tools are used. Slides of his 50-acre woodland retreat in Guthrie County where he has a cabin, workshop and pond, were shown by Sutcliffe, along with some of the tools he uses and various carvings. Ken Burkett of LeMars was a guest of H.L.Hudson. Wilderness Tour Held in Glidden Area GLIDDEN - Dickson timber was "discovered" by 47 visitors from seven states and France during an outing June 15-16 sponsored by the Citizens United to Save the Valley and the Ames Chapter of the Sierra Club. The Citizens United provided winsor chops and chicken for the erouo. and a potluck table provided all the fixings for the Saturday evening meal. Local farmers, conservation workers, university students and business people met in the woodland area to reaffirm their common interest in saving the Raccoon River Valley from being inundated by an Army Corps of Engineers, project to build a large dam in the area. Speakers were Elmer Dobson, president of the valley group; Clark Bowen, Ames, head of the Iowa chapter of the Sierra Club; Russell White, Carroll County Conservation officer; and Senator William J. Winkelman of Lohrville. Nineteen Sierra Club members camped overnight and launched a canoe float trip on Sunday down the Raccoon for several miles from Merritt access to Hyde Park. They were joined by several Citizens United members, who were "old hands" at floating the Coon. Nine boats and 25 persons made the trip. Out-of-state visitors as well as lowans were "amazed at the beauty and wildnessof one of Iowa's best wilderness areas," a spokesman said. HOUSE SOLD Tom W. Ryan, Carroll, purchased the residence formerly owned by the late Nellie Spaen Monday morning at a public sale in the court room of the Carroll County Court House. Ryan's successful bid was $2,700. The legal description of the property is Lot 7, Block 1, Whitney's First Addition to Carroll and the property is located at 108 South Whitney Street. ANOTHER B!RTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. STONE'S v K. of C. Bldg.—Carroliy 169 I6S6 9 MART (intOMIR master charge SPURGEON'S BEAUTY SALON Ph.: 792-1656 You always save at Spurgeon's. 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