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Regional Activities Exp/a/nedat Meeting Spokesmen for 10 Area XII agencies familiarized approximately 60 area women with their agencies in an informational meeting sponsored by the Carroll County Extension Service at the Elk's Club, Wednesday. The program entitled Regionalism and the Women Leader — Area XII offered the opportunity for the public to learn more about the status of regional activities. Area XII includes Audubon, Carroll, Crawford, Greene, Guthrie and Sac counties. Mrs. Ronald Schechtman acted as chairwoman and emcee. Agencies and speakers participating were Gary Campbell, Drug Abuse; Katie Ba r k ley , Office for Comprehensive Health Planning; Jack Thein, Southwest Iowa Mental Health Center; H. J. "Hip" Kienapfel, Planning Director, Area XII; Lawrence Blackley, Office of Economic Opportunity; Bill Emery, North Central Alcoholism; Lyle Tenold. Joint Countv Bill Emery School System; Henrietta Van Maanen, Area Extension Office; Miriam Reibold, Regional Library; and Myrna Eickhoff, Community Action Agencies. Regional planning areas and organizations began in 1966 and 1967 when the federal Office of Management and Budget encouraged all of the states to undertake sub-state district studies for the purpose of determining possible Let Frank Balk Help You With All Your Photo Problems. BALK'S Everything Photographic Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Thursday, June 27, 1974 4 fflflfffftitififfflfiffimflitllli mil(lllflllllllll regional administrative districts. The 1967 Iowa study established 14 regions In the future it is expected that local governments will use their rsgional organizations to obtain a stronger voice at the state and federal level regarding programs with impact in their area. Linda Brown, James Birch Wed at Perry Speaking nuptial vows June 22 in Perry were Linda Brown, daughter of Mrs. Evelyn Brown and Orval L. Brown of Perry, and James Alan Birch, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carroll H. Birch of Carroll. The 1 p.m. double ring rite took place at 1 p.m. in St. Patrick Catholic Church and was followed by a reception for 225 guests at the American Legion hall in Perry. The Rev. Maurice Schulte officiated. Ed Kurd and Don Ehlers, both of Perry, were organist and vocalist, respectively. Mrs. Floyd Lemke of Woodward was matron of honor for her sister. Also attending her were Mrs. William Emery of Fort Dodge, Donna Putman of Perry and the groom's sister, Melissa Birch of Carroll. Best man was the groom's brother, John Birch of Carroll. Groomsmen were Mr. Emery, the bride's brother, Orville Brown of Perry, and the groom's cousin. Randy Sieve of Boone. Ushers were Tom Woerdehoff of Carroll and , another cousin of the groom, Steve Brincks of Roselle. Completing the bridal party were the bride's niece and nephew, Beverly and Benji Devilbiss of Perry. Miss Brown chose a white bridal dress of chantilace and rayon chiffon, styled with a basque bodice and long skirt of double chiffon. Ruffles trimmed the long sleeves and neckline. Her lace-edged mantilla veil train was caught to a lace Camelot cap. She carried a cascade of pink and white roses and baby's breath. Her attendants, wearing pink floral printed polyester dresses, white hats and gloves, carried carnations in light and dark pink. The bride, an employee of Gener"ai-ETectrid, is a graduate..'6f Perry High; School. Mr. Birch attended Kuemper High School and is employed by Garst and Thomas in Coon Rapids. The couple took a short trip to Colorado and will be at home after June 28 at 509V 2 Park Street, Coon Rapids. Future Bride Is Honored At a Shower Sharon Bayliss, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Bayliss, was honored at a bridal shower Wednesday evening at the Iowa Public Service community room. She will marry Monty Letting, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Leiting, in a 7:30 p.m. ceremony at Holy Spirit Church on July 12. The shower was given by Mrs. Orville Truitt, Mrs. Gail Schafer and Mrs. Donald Robertson and attended by 25 guests. Miss Bayliss received a corsage from the hostesses. Bridal games were played. Miss Bayliss was assisted in opening her gifts by Mrs. Kenneth Terlisner and Mrs. Marty Leiting, who also served coffee and punch, respectively, when lunch was served. The table centerpiece was a blue and white basket filled with white daisies. MOD ERN IZE WITH THE HELP OF LOW-COST BANK CREDIT Special Each deposit Insured to 920,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Bride-elect . . . Mr. and Mrs. Howard Settle of Cedar Falls, former residents of Carroll, announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Debra of Omaha to Marty Kerkhoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Meryl Kerkhoff of Manning. The wedding will take place Sept. 14 in Holy Spirit Church, Carroll. SEE DRUG FILM Reese Abbe presented a film on drugs, "Ups and Downs," at the Carroll Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday night at Tony's Restaurant. Harold Frey presided and brought a guest, Dr. Michael Davis. A board meeting was held later. Calenda r 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 Hospital Auxiliary orientation, 1:30 p.m., coffee shop Golden Reunion ... The Audubon High school class of 1924 held its golden anniversary reunion in the Holiday Cafe. On hand for the dinner were (front row, from left) Lenore Riggs Ebert, Audubon; Lois Johnson Gleason, Audubon; Dagmar Jensen Petersen, Story City; Lucille Owen Yager, Audubon; Ethel Rasmussen Larsen, Audubon; Alice Hoyt Summers, Audubon; Dora Mogg ""therford, Audubon; (Center row) Clara Rasmussen Mann, Des Moines; Louise Gore Weeber, Tavermier, Vacations Described at Toastmistress The Carroll Toastmistress Club meeting Wednesday night featured a talk entitled "Vacations", given by Mrs. Anna Harrington. She described vacations spent in the East where her three daughters reside, telling of scenic tours in the Berkshire Hills, visits to music centers, art institutes, museums and ski areas. Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, president, presided at the dinner meeting at the Derby. Louise Florencourt offered the invocation, led the pledge to the flag and gave the closing inspiration. All members participated in table topics. Mrs. M. L. Collison, club representative, announced that the fall meeting of Entertain at Brunch for Jill Martin A ^brunch and bridal, shower complimenting Jill Martin was given Tuesday by Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. G. W. Mueller on the enclosed patio of Mrs. Mueller's home. Miss Martin, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin, is the July 5 bride-elect of Jack Petersen of Des Moines. Decorations carried out her wedding colors, orange and green. Mrs. Kelly presided at the punch bowl before brunch was served to 20 guests. Mrs. David McCoy assisted the honoree in opening her gifts. —Times Herald News Service Photo Fla.; Alice Taylor Anderson, Audubon; Anna Lauritsen Jensen, Des Moines; Helen Cunningham Dailey, Springfield, Mo.; Evelyn Reuss Parrott, Audubon; Bernice Curtis Rasmussen, Cedar Rapids; Agnes Hansen, Des Moines; Petrea Hansen, Des Moines; (back) George Garnett, Exira; Worth Tramp, Kirkwood, Mo.; Earl Lang, Audubon; Harry Fabricious, Denver, Colo.; Ted Simpson, Exira; and Lloyd Boers, Carroll. ENDS SATURDAY Each Eve. Starts At 7:00 P.M. DISNEY , TECHNICOLOR' FUJBBEK THRU TUESDAY At 7:15 & 9:45 Also Sun. Matinees STEVE DUStm mcQUEEn HOFHIIMI THRU SATURDAY Each Evening At 7:00 4 9:00 PETERFQNU SUSftlGEORK CRAZY LARRY CARROLL DRIVE-IN - - CARROLL ENDS SATURDAY DIRTY MARY CRAZY LARRY Plul EMPEROR OF THE NORTH -«- Council 2 clubs will be held here Sept. 2i. She reported on the council meeting she and Mrs. Harrington attended June 23 in Boone. Members made tentative plans for a guest program for area women interested in self-improvement. Current officers were reelected for the next six months. In addition to Mrs. Halvorsen they are Dr. Eleanor Roverud, vice president; Miss Florencourt, secretary; Mrs. Harrington, treasurer; and Mrs. Collison, club representative. Mrs. Joe Pick served as program toastmistress. Esther Juergens was lexicologist; Mrs. Harry D. Frank, grammarian; Ethel Forrest, individual evaluator and Rose Marie Schweers, general evaluator. The next meeting is scheduled for July 10 at the Derby. Club Met for Euchre Golden Circle Club members played euchre at seven tables Wednesday night at the clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Albert Baumhover received high score prize and there was a tie for second between Mrs. Harry Laurinat and Mrs. John Vanderheiden. William Meshek and Lawrence Hesslingh won men's high and second and the tally prize went to Mrs. Mike Mitchell. ITCHY, BURNING TOiSl EASE FIERY PAIN IN OM MOM w ywr Mi to*. An*. _ Lt-i .j_j • - * . - . ~ »•"! TPA Club Gives Funds For Ankeny Members of Club 71, Telephone Pioneers of America, from Atlantic, Audubon, Templeton and Carroll attended a noon luncheon and social meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Evalyn Paterson in Atlantic. The hostess was assisted by Atlantic members. Mrs. Dale Peters of Lewis was an additional guest. A total of $107.00 was received in a voluntary collection to aid Ankeny disaster victims and the club added funds to make the sum $125.00. In a short business session, Ellen Davis, outgoing president, reviewed club accomplishments since last July. She also read an article concerning the Kidney Foundation in Iowa and expressed hope that it might be a project for Club 71 in the future. The next social gathering is set for July 9 at the Elk's Club in Carroll. CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—C.rroll In MMim. 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