Couple Wed In Ceremony At Jefferson WESTSIDE — The double ring wedding of Gail Weller. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Weller of Westside, and Earl Luft took place June 1 in Trinity Lutheran Church, Jefferson. He is a son of Mrs. Gladys Luft of Jefferson and the late Leonard Luft. The Rev. D. E. Weiss officiated. Attendants were Joyce Nelson and Leon Luft. The reception was held in the Legion hall at Westside. Mrs. Luft previously owned Gail's Beauty Haven in Halbur. The groom is stationed with the Army at Fort Hood, Tex. The couple resides at 1019 North College Street, Apt. 17, Killeen, Tex., 76541. Personals— Mrs. Karen Houseworth and Mrs. Steve Kush and children of Omaha and Mrs. Jack Kirk and sons of Logan are visiting their aunt Mrs. Peggy Gregory, who is a patient at St. Anthony Hospital. While here, Mrs. Houseworth and Mrs. Kirk are also visiting their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Warnke and Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Boell, respectively. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, June 26, 1974 Mr. and Mrs. Earl Luft ORIENTATION SET A St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary orientation will be held at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the hospital coffee shop. All interested persons are invited to attend Irish moss, gathered mainly on the shores of Prince Edward Island, is used in the chemical and paint industries, and as a stabilizer in certain foods. June 26-29 NOW THRU SATURDAY STARTS At 7:00 P.M. Each Eve. Dad's about to get beached! WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' T TECHNICOLOR' C1973 BLAST! Walt DiS' Sono, RUBBER i I L OIK? Witt Dtintr r June 30 July1&2 SUN., MON.. TUES. Eves - of 7=0049:00 Sun. at 1,3,5,7,9 AN UNEXPECTED LOVEtSTORY. SHE DRINKS TOO MUCH. SHE HUSTLES POOL. SHE'S IN TROUBLE. AND HE IS IN LOVE. JAMES CAAN MARSHA MASON Cinderella liberty ••n June 26 to July 2 THRU TUES. Eves. 7:15 - 9:45 Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:15, 9:45 "ONE OF THE BEST ADVENTURE •** MOVIES OF THE YEAR." -Xe»in Sindf'i. ABC W •HUD »«mi STEUEDUSTin mcQUEEn IBINMIHI SCHMINf0<«, PAPILLOn June 26-29 NOW THRU SATURDAY ' IICHIUCOIOR* »tlilD«RliSl p _ Theatre LAKE CITY EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 lERE'S HOTHIN'THEY WON'T TRY!! ^^•prtitnruHUA auswiutumji^-T': ^= linTY IVIAIIY CHftZY UBfflL |LAKE CITY SUN., MON., TUES., June 3o-jui y i & 2 CONRACK BREAKS ALL THE RULES. AND JUST MIGHT BREAK YOUR HEART. 1 [ ^K* JON VOIGHT is A few words about "CONRACK' DON'T SEE THIS MOVIE- Unless you have a warm spot in your heart for all the human race..., and If you do, we believe you will find this one of the most enjoyable, and entertaining films you have seen in ages, If you liked "SOUNDER", you'll like "CONRACK" even more. Based on the book "The Water it Wide" on the actual and most unusual true-life experiences of a teacher in the poor South. We think it's well worth placing on your "must see" list. Th<> Manaaemen , Capri Theatre, Lake City Couple Wed At Jefferson Marcia Leila Blanshan. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Blanshan of Grand Junction, became the bride of Gene Joseph Behiens. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Behrens of Carroll. June 22 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Jefferson. The Rev. Andrew Hoffmann of Carroll officiated at the mass, assisted by the Rev. Tom Dettmer of Cambridge. Given in marriage by her father, the bride was attired in a long white jersey gown embellished with Venice lace trim. A brush train was attached at the natural waistline. Her illusion veil fell from a matching lace bonnet. She carried a cascade of red roses and white baby's breath. Mrs. Tom Dettmer of Cambridge was matron of honor; bridesmatrons were Mrs. Gary Moore of Garner and Mrs. Gary Christiansen of Mason City. Their identical dresses of red and white checked jersey were sleeveless and worn with matching shawls. Each carried a bouquet of red roses and white carnations. Dale Behrens of Carroll was best man for his brother. Groomsmen were brothers of \ June Wedding . . . Married in St. Mary's Catholic Church at Lake City June 1 were Janet Mary Conrad, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Donald E. Conrad of Lake City, and David E. Walkup. son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward A. Walkup of Glidden. The Rev. James A. Fandel officiated at the 2 p.m. wedding that was followed by a reception in the parish educational center. The couple took a . trip to Wisconsin and now live'at Storm Lake, where : Mr. Walkup is employed by Buena Vista College, of whirh he is an alumnus. Mrs. Walkup will be a student at the college. OFFICE TO CLOSE Unemployment Insurance claims service will not be available at the Iowa Employment Security office in Carroll Thursday, July 4. Service is normally provided in Carroll each Thursday between 9:30 a.m. and noon, but because of the Independence Day holiday, the schedule has been changed to Wednesday, July 3, between 9:30 a.m. and noon. This change in schedule applies only to the one week, and thereafter the service will again be provided on Thursdays. Mr. —Finn Studio Photo and Mrs. Gene Behrens the couple. Richard Behrens of Carroll and Joel Blanshan of Cedar Falls. Ron Blanshan of Cedar Falls. Tom and Kevin Blanshan of Grand Junction, also brothers, were ushers. Music was provided by Mrs. Charles Radke of Grand Junction, organist, and Kathy and Tracy Hoskinson. Following the wedding, a reception was held at the parish center. Mr. and Mrs. Behrens will make their home in Mason City, where they are employed by the Mason City Public School system. DMACC GRADUATES Eleven local students of Des Moines Area Community College graduated in a recent program marking the end of spring quarter. Graduates and programs in which they were enrolled are Dan C. Schroeder, Arcadia, electronics technology; Darrell D. Weston. Audubon, commercial and advertising art: Mark L. Schulte, Breda, auto mechanics; William H. Schrad, diesel and heavy equipment repair, and Michael M. Riesselman, auto mechanics, both of Carroll; Dixie A. Christensen, Dedham. social service; Kenneth G. Pedersen, arts and sciences, and Dennis D. Lucht, building trades, Glidden; Ron B. Tigges, diesel and heavy equipment repair, and Debra J. Fischer, teacher associate, Gray; and Steve A. Mohr, Manning, bricklaying. ON DEAN'S LIST Teri Vanderheiden. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J a me s" V a ri d er h ei dleri V: b v f Carroll ha*s been named to.the Dean's list during the second semester of Upper Iowa University. A minimum of 12 semester hours and a grade point average of at least 3.5 is required to be eligible. Card Club Parties Held On Tuesday The E.S.P. CLUB was entertained at the home of Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg, whose co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Robert Schroer. Mrs. William Arts Jr. and Mrs. James Mitchell were guests other than members. At bridge, Mrs. John Boes won high score prize; Mrs. Merlin Hugeback. second; and Mrs. Arts, low. Mrs. Schroer will be hostess next, July 30. Euchre was played at the evening party of the JOLLYETTES Club, at Mrs. Gene Becker's home. Winners were Mrs. Tom Underberg, high, and Mrs. Roger Wernimont, low. Mrs. Mike Humlicek was a guest player. On July 16 the club will meet with Mrs. Larry Bunnell. Mrs. Ernestine Sanders was hostess for the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly bridge party at the clubrooms. She also won high score prize for the afternoon. Other winners were Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen and Mrs. Lucille Schriner. Mrs. Frances Weitl will be hostess next Tuesday. Vanderheiden Studio Photo At Home . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Voge are at home in Manning following their June 14 wedding at Sacred Heart Church in Templeton '•'•' a ri'df af/ C o l-to r a : d o .; honeyjnoon. The bride is the former Diane Irlmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Irlmeier of Templeton. Mr. Voge is a son of Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Voge of Manning. Calendar WEDNESDAY- Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Albert Baumhover H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin A. B. 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 Touch & Sew sewing machine CLOSEOUT OFF REG. PRICE Exclusive Sinmr* push-button front drop-in bobbin Carrying case or cabinet extra • 14 built-in stitches including speed basting • Built-in buttonholer • Soft-touch fabric feed FASHION MATE* zig-zag sewing machine Model 257 has front drop-in bobbin. Carrying case or cabinet extra CLOSCOUT PRICE 79* GINIfT portable sewing machine with glide-On Case Model 353 has front drop-in bobbin. CLOSCOUT PRICE 129* SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers For store nearest you, see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. •A (udtirurk of I Ht SINGER COMPANY Copyright •> I'J/<1 I HE SINGER COMPANY. All Righli Reserved Throughout the World. To Speak Vows ... Mr. and Mrs. Linus Eischeid of Halbur announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Marilyn Jean, to Jeff W. Halbur of Carroll, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cletus Halbur of Coon Rapids. A Sept. 21 wedding is planned. Pay Raises to mi County Workers The Carroll County Board of Supervisors gave pay raises to the county engineer, assistant engineer, administrative assistant in the engineer's office and clerks in the court house at their regular meeting Tuesday. A S50 raise was given to the clerks and the engineer, while the assistant engineer received a $75 increase and the administrative assistant got a $25 raise. The clerks' raise brought their pay in line with the new U. S. wage law. The board also adopted a resolution increasing the county's accounts in Commercial Savings bank and Carroll County State Bank to $2 million from 51 million. Louis Rich, Glidden, was appointed temporary board member of the Midwest Iowa Alcoholism Council. The board approved the completion of bridge work done in Maple River Township by Lee Corp., Council Bluffs. Cigarette permits were issued to Al^Conier, Starline,. Ballroom, Fleske's Store, Arcadia Oil Co. and K and W Cafe. A liquor license was issued to the country club, as was a Sunday liquor license. Beer licenses were issued to Fleskes Store and Lady of Mt. Carmel Parish. HARKIN 'WORK DAY' Tom Harkin, Democratic candidate for U. S. Congress, will conduct an information-gathering "work day" at the Carroll County Developmental Center in Carroll Tuesday, July 2. He will assist with outdoor recreational activities. Miss Brown Selected as CLR Intern Barbara B r o w n of Lexington. Va.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown of Carroll, has been chosen by the Council on Library Resources. Washington. D.C.. to participate in its new Academic Library Management Intern Program. Miss Brown and four other mid-career librarians of exceptional management potential were chosen to work closely this coming academic year with directors of five important research libraries at the universities of Michigan. Tennessee and California (in Los Angeles) and Columbia and Princeton universities. She will intern with Page Ackerman at the University of California. During the period of internship, participants will receive salaries, benefits and approved expenses from the Council; host institutions are providing the training experience. Sixty-seven librarians applied for the internship program and the successful candidates were selected following personal interviews by members of CLR's Fellowship Committee with the 10 finalists. Miss Brown, a Carroll High School graduate, holds degrees from Iowa State (B.S.—English) and Columbia (M.S.—Library Science) universities. Before joining the Washington and Lee Library staff in 1971 she served in several library positions at Cornell 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. Barbara Brown University from 1964 until 1971. The Council on Library Resources, Inc., is a private operating foundation which, through directly administered programs as well as grants to and contracts with other organizations, seeks to aid in the solution of problems of libraries generally and of academic and research libraries in particular. The Council was established in 1956 with support from the Ford Foundation from which it continues to derive its funding. FIVE MILE HOUSE IOWA POLKA DAY BENEFIT DANCE Saturday, June 29 Music by the JOLLY HOME BREWERS Adm: Adv. $1.00 At door $1.50 (Paul Moorhead coming Wed., July 3) NOW-SAT. June 26-29 STARTS AT DUSK! DHIVE-/N — CARROLL MOVED TO DRIVE-IN WED.-SAT. ONLY 1974 BIG ACTION HIT ,PETER FOND A SUSAN GEORGE [THERE'S HOTHIN THEY WON'T TRY!! • ^ "" . ^•WBIfei u >..lkW*HO < 2KauHmH DIRTY IVIAHY CRAZY LAW Plus Drive-ln Co-Hit EMPEROR OF THE NORTH With Lee Marvin and Ernest Borqnine JUA/G'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE WEEKEND SPECIALS RASPBERRY BUTTER SPONGE CAKE ROLL SPECIAL67 C RegT9 C SAVEl2 C | HOMEMADE POTATO BREAD Baked three loaves in large pan. Made with mashed potatoes. SPECIAL 3 LOAVES 48 C SAVE 8° BANANA DONUTS MADE WITH FRESH RIPE BANANAS in the batter and in the glaze. SPECIAL $ l° 5 Doz. Regular $ 1 23 SAVE 18° GERMAN KUCHEN - APPLE OR CHERRY SPECIAL 67 C Regular 79 C SAVE 12' SPECIALS NOW THRU JULY 3 ENRICHED SWEET SANDWICH BUNS With Quality You Can Taste SPECIAL 46 C DOZ. Regular 51° SAVE 6* HOT DOG BUNS PACKAGE OF s 43 C CHOCOLATE FUDGE BROWNIES SPECIAL 97 C DOZ. Regular $ I 13 For your 4th of July weekend snacks don't forget ASSORTED MAYTAG CHEESES Nothing better for nourishing high protein, low cholesterol and calorie JUNG'S HOMEMADE PEANUT BUTTER AND JUNG'S BREADS WITH NO FRESHENING AGENTS ADDED. ENRICHED WITH VITAMINS.
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