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Club Outing Held at Lake Fifteen members of the Friends and Neighbors Club spent Thursday afternoon at the cottage of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Hansen on Black Hawk Lake, Lake View. Following a potluck dinner at noon the group rode on the Hansens' pontoon, took a tour around the lake and then returned to the cottage for cards and lunch. The club will meet next on Aug. 1. F.O.B. Club Is Entertained Mrs. William Kuker was hostess to the F.O.B. Club Thursday at Pauline's Cafe. Winning score prizes weic Mrs. Leo Wiederien, high, and Erna Langmeier, low. Mrs. Joe Nagl received the traveling prize. On July 25 the club will meet at Miss Langmeier's home. NAVAL ADDRESS The military address of Randy Nees, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Nees of Carroll, is as follows: AVROC Randy Nees; Naval Aviation Schools Command; Italian 3, Class 501; Naval Air Station; Pensacola, Fla. 32508. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, June 28, 1974 Re-Elected — Mrs. H. Rand Petersen of Harlan was elected Friday to another one-year term as president of the Iowa Board of Regents. Mrs. Petersen was chosen as the first woman president of the board last July. She is a daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Walter A. Anneberg of Carroll and a graduate of Carroll High School and the University of Iowa. Her husband is a Harlan banker. . June 26-29 • >r». < Ji^^ < v v NOW THRU | SATURDAY •••i Dad's about to get . -*** beached! STARTS At 7:00 P.M. Each Eve. T" n$A n^F) BUST! Walt DiSr- Son GI RJJBSER ll DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' TECHNICOLOR • C 1973 Walt Disney Productions Will Disney Production* June 30 July 1 A 2 SUN., MOM., TUES. \,-x""^^^^TX, Eves, at - - L \ Sun. at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 AN UNEXPECTED LOVEtStORY.j SHE pRJNKS,TQp MUCH. sHEWfjil^ooL;:: ";v AND HE IS IN LOVE. JAMES CAAN MARSHA MASON Cmdereta Uberly ••• June 26 to July 2 THRU TUES. 'ONE OF THE BEST ADVENTURE MOVIES OF THE YEAR." -Kevin Sandt's. ABC-TV Eves. 7:15 - 9:45 Sun. 2:00, 4:30, 7:15, 9:45 mcquEEn .(»»N«INI __ PMLLOn PWAVISION' KCHNCOlOR' Atll[0»RIISr_ «INISCHMIN(fl'»- June 26-29 NOW THRU SATURDAY -* ~ V Theatre LAKE CITY EVES. 7:00 & 9:00 [HERE'S NOTHIN'THEY WON'T TRY!! IFOMU IIHTYMflRY 'IML LAKE CITY SUN., MOM., TUES., Jun e ao-Juiy i & 2 •••^•••••MHMH CONRACK BREAKS ALL THE RULES. AND JUST MIGHT BREAK YOUR HEART. Eves. 7:00 ft 9:00 JONVOIGHT is A few words about "CONRACK' DON'T SEE THIS MOVIE- (Unless you have a warm spot in your heart for all the human Irace..,, and if you do, we believe you will find this one of the most lenioyable, and entertaining films you have seen in ages. If you Iliked "SOUNDerV you'll like "CONRACK" even more. Based on the I book '7he Water is Wide" on the actual and most unusual true-life I experiences of a teacher in tho poor South. We think it's well worth I placing on your "must see" list. The Management Capri Theatre, Lake City STOP Club Contests End A member of the Carroll STOP Club won $4.68 for a three weeks contest for weight loss. In the monthly contest concluded at the Thursday meeting, the winner lost nine pounds, and two women tied for second by losing seven and a half pounds each. Altogether, members lost 63 Vz pounds during June and gained three pounds. Eighteen persons weighed in, with the weight of four remaining the same, seven gaining 13 pounds, and seven losing 12 pounds. A new member was received into the club. The group discussed the do and don't papers, and the president read a section of "Sin Book of Failure." During the next two weeks, members will keep track of the amount of food they eat each day. There will be no meeting July 4. Instead, members will weigh in Wednesday night between 6:30 and 7:15 p.m. A door prize was awarded. '500' Played at Club Party Eight games of 500 were played at the Thursday evening party of the Friendly Neighbor Club at Mrs. Alois Kanne's country home. Mrs. Lester Schleisman was awarded high score prize. Other winners were Mrs. Ed Lenz, who will entertain next on July 9, and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. ON AG UNIT C. W. (Bill) Hutchins, (R-Guthrie Center) and member of the house agriculture committee, has been appointed by the Legislative Council to serve as a member of the Livestock Laws Interim Study Committee. The objectives of the Committee are the drafting of proposed legislation to resolve problems relating to livestock health, sales and theft. Various interested groups will be invited to present their comments at the first meeting of the Committee on July 16. 01h ; er m e.mb e r s of the;;, committee "are Sens. Roger Shaff, Irviri Bergman, Berl Priebe. Kenneth Scott and Dale Tieden and Reps. Wayne Bennett, Frank Crabb. Emil Husak and Lester Menke. —Paige and Wandel Photo Golden Year ... Mr. and Mrs. Virgil (Pete) Christiansen of Carroll will be honored Sunday, July 7, for their 50th wedding anniversary, which will occur July 30. Open house for relatives and friends will be held at the Pin Oaks from 2 until 4 p.m. .Hosts will be their children, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil 0. Christiansen of Carroll, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christiansen of Castle Rock, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Sven Lindgren of Des Moines and Mrs. DeVota Russell of Stanhope. The Christiansens, formerly of Scranton, have lived in Carroll since 1924. Club Gathers ARCADIA — The Arcadia Senior Citizens met June 25 for their monthly meeting and card club with 41 in attendance. Door prizes went to Mrs. Alphons Schweers, Mrs. Nellie Grimsman and Harry Grimsman. Sheephead winners were Mrs. Amanda Brockman and Mrs. Leona Vonnahme with Mrs. Treaka Andersen receiving the draw prize. l At pinochle Vincent Wolterman had high bid, Dorothy Brandt received first and Leona Ehlers second. Seven-Up winners were Mrs. William Hannasch and Mrs. William Badding. 'the next gathering will begin with a potliick dinner at the Arcadia Park shelter house at noon on July 9 followed by the regular card games. NOW-SAT. June 26-29 STARTS AT DUSK! MOVED TO DRIVE-IN WED.-SAT. ONLY 1974 BIG ACTION HIT Three Pairs Are Winners Three pairs were named as winners at the bi-weekly meeting of the Carroll Duplicate Bridge Club Thursday morning at the IPS community room. A Farnhamville pair, Mrs. U. Knobbe and Mrs. Bill Miller, were in first place. Mrs. Louis Schelldorf and Mrs. Herman Pahde of Manning were second; Mrs. G. W. Mueller and Mrs. Robert Kelly, third. The next games will be played July 11. Club Takes Trip to City Welcome Wagon Club members took a trip to Des Moines Thursday, traveling in a caravan of several cars. A special feature of the day was a tour of Salisbury House. The group had lunch at the Pepper Tree Inn. Mrs. Charles Sides and Mrs. Kenneth Haas were guests. Diane Badding Named Chaplain Of Legion Unit ARCADIA — Diana Badding of Arcadia, 8th district vice president of the Junior American Legion Auxiliary was elected to the department Junior slate as chaplain at the group's Department Junior Conference held at Nevada Saturday. Debbie Kies, Wall Lake was elected sergeant-at-arms. Miss Badding and her mother Mrs. Don Badding accompanied Mrs. Vernon Noelck, county vice president to the conference. Mr. and Mrs. James Quinn attended the Quinn family reunion at West Bend on June 23. They were accompanied home by Tom Quinn of Hawaii. ON DEAN'S LIST Mary Schon. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Schon of Glidden, received a 4.0 grade point,average for the spring '•"'s'e'rriest e r "a t Mount" Marty College-. Yankton, S-D. Other local students named to the dean's list were Patricia Kitt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kitt, and Barbara Pollastrini, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ido Pollastrini, all of Carroll. nPETER FONDA SUSAN GEORGE (THERE'S NOTHIIT THEY WON'T TRY!! IIHTYMftBY CBftZY 1.1 •••••••• Plus Drive-In Co-Hit EMPEROR OF THE NORTH With Lee Marvin and Ernest Borgnine SUN., MOM., TUES., June 30 to July 1 & 2 2 VERY HORRIFYING MOTION PICTURES ^^^^^^_^^^^ MMM ^^__^^^_^^_^__^^^^_ M ^^^^^^^^ HM ^ M ^ BBB ^ M BANNED IN 19 COUNTRIES! MORE HJRRJFYII iNTI 10 SCENES JYOU WILL 5ITIVELY PART H CNUOim UDOO 17 IN COLOR PLUS 2ND VERY HORRIFYING CO-HIT Just Keep Repeating To Yourself It's Only A Movie-It's Only A Movie DON'T LOOK ABASEMENT" Calendar FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle Hospital Auxiliary orientation, 1:30 p.m., coffee shop SATURDAY— Golden Circle TUESDAY— Community Club, Mrs. B. L. Baumhover High Bidders, Mrs. Marvin Collison Golden Circle bridge BOARD TO MEET The Board of Adjustment of the City of Carroll will meet at 5 p.m. Monday, July 1, at 119 West Sixth Street. Friendly Hour Holds Meeting MANNING - The Friendly Hour Club met June 20 at the home of Lucille Campbell with 15 members and one guest Doris Ehlers present. Roll call was answered with "Something That Happened When I Was a New Bride." All brought their wedding pictures. The hostess gift was won by Edna Peters. Following the meeting, the women played several games provided by Elta Barten. The thread game was won by Phyllis Ehlers, and Slang in the Fifties was won by Shirley McCollum. The next regular meeting will be a picnic in the Manning City Park on July 17 at 7 p.m. Minnie Dales will be hostess for this event. Members of the ND Club met at the home of Sally Heithoff on June 18. The afternoon was spent playing cards with Rose Trecker receiving high, Alta Ehlers, second high; and Lorine Sextro, traveling. Chapter IS PEG held a special meeting on June 20 at the home of Helen Wiese. Odessa Wycoff gave a report on the state convention at Ames earlier in the month. This was the last meeting of the season until fall. OPEN SUNDAYS 1 to 5 p.m. Wed. & Fri. Till 9 p.m. Shop and Save at BIERL'S FURNITURE PARKWAY CARPET . . . DRAPERIES Eoit of Carroll Ruth Fowler Complimented A bridal shower honoring Ruth Fowler was given Sunday at the home of Mrs. Fred Kasperbauer. Hostesses were Mrs. Russell Annan and Mrs. Roger Ranniger. The honoree's colors, white, lavenders and purple, were used in decorations. Several bridal contests were held and prizes awarded. Mrs. Gary Kraft and Jolene Berger received the plate and cup prizes. Lunch was served after gifts were opened. Miss Fowler, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fowler, will marry Kevin Dillavou, son of Mrs. Pearl Black and Willard Dillavou of Scranton, on June 28. ^ Bonds More Than Estimated COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)—Because of higher interest rates, Pottawattamie County taxpayers will pay about $56,000 more than originally estimated for bonds sold Thursday to help finance the new courthouse. • Charles Campbell, former Bluffs city finance director acting as a consultant for the county, said a Chicago firm's low bid interest rate of 5.7 per 'cent is about two tenths of one per cent higher than he estimated earlier. Two Tennessee* Women Visit In Westside Home WESTSIDE — Saturday afternoon visitors in the Orville Thiedeman home were Mrs. Larry Thiedeman and Mikey Matlin of Memphis, Tenn. Thursday Mrs. Dennis Maassen, Brad, and Shawna accompanied Mrs. Arlene Kasperson and Terry to Iowa City where Terry had a check-up at the hospital school on Friday. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Gottsch attended the wedding of Debra Milburn and Marion Debbaut at Our Savior Lutheran Church in Council Bluffs. They spent the rest of the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Debbaut. Mr. and Mrs. Gale Moore and family of Gretna, Neb., were weekend guests in the Das Rose home. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Kock visited Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Mahnke at Albert City. HONORSTUDENTS Nancy Wiese of Manning and Keith Siebrecht of Odebolt have been named to the dean's honor roll and the Westmar Scholars for the spring semester at Westmar College, LeMars. Fulltime students are eligible for the honor roll by achieving a minimum 3.25 grade point ratio and for the scholar standing by completing at least six courses at the college with a cumulative 3.40 average. Miss Wiese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wiese, is a freshman, and Siebrecht, a junior, is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Siehrecht. Calculators Adding Machines Typewriters Check With Us Before You Buy STONE'S Hw/. 30 Downtown Carroll To Teach . . . Debbie Wenck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wenck of Lidderdale, has accepted a call to teach first and second grades at St. Peter-Immanuel Lutheran School at Decatur, Ind., for the 1974-75 school year. Miss Wenck is a 1,974 graduate of Concordia Teachers College, Seward, Neb., and a 1970 graduate of Carroll Community High School. She will begin her assignment Aug. 15. Local Families Entertain Two From Nebraska WALL LAKE — Mrs. Lynn Throndson of Maquoketa spent the past week in the Bert R. Gerdes home. Additional Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paysen of Pender, Neb., who also visited in the Lloyd Paysen home. Mrs. Ken Bundt and Keith spent Wednesday, Thursday and Friday in Canton. S.D.. where Mrs. Bundt underwent therapy treatments. On Friday evening they accompanied Russell Mason of Lake View, Mrs. Leta Buxton and Dr. Richard Derby and Sara of Canton to Sioux Falls where they called on Mrs. Derby and infant daughter at the Sioux Valley hospital. They returned home that evening with Mr. Mason. Friday evening guests in the John Lamaak home honoring them on their 52nd wedding anniversary were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Lamaak and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lamaak and family of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Lamaak and daughters of Schleswig and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Lamaak and family. Renzes are Honored for Fiftieth Year Mr. and Mrs. Edward Renze observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. Events began with a 10 a.m. mass at St. Lawrence Church, celebrated by the Rev. James R. Smith, at which the couple renewed their nuptial vows. Accompanying them were Bernard Venteicher, who was their attendant 50 years ago, and Mrs. Venteicher as proxy for Mrs. Margaret Bedford, who was unable to attend mass because of illness. Offertory gifts were carried by the couple's daughters, Mrs. Victor Wernimont and Mrs. Evan Kuker. Dr. Leon Wernimont served as lector and a grandson, Richard Wernimont, ushered. A family dinner was served at noon to 50 guests at the Elk's Club, attended by all brothers and sisters of the couple. A large crowd of relatives and friends gathered there for a reception, held from 2 until 5. Kristin Kuker, a granddaughter, and Donna Venteicher were in charge of the guest book. At the gift table were granddaughters, Mrs. Sharon Heidt and Diane Wernimont. Attending were friends from La Crosse, Wis.; Elgin, Neb.; Prescott, Ariz.; Dubuque, Des Moines, Pocahontas, Fonda, Farnhamville, Danbury, Mapleton, Wall Lake, Auburn, Coon Rapids, Manning, Dedham, Templeton, Glidden, Halbur, Scranton, Roselle, Willey, Arcadia and Mt. Carmel. IN SUMMER SCHOOL Mary Reinhart, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Reinhart of Carroll, has enrolled in the junior accounting course for the summer term at Spencer School of Business. She is a graduate of Kuemper High School. .. . HAVE A HASSEL| or Just Need To Talk Call TOLL FREE 1-800-432-4165 Courtesy of Farmland Foods Carroll THE OFFICIAL ASSOCIATED PRESS 1974 BRAND NEW, the 1974 AP Sports Almanac is the first volume compiled by the expert and seasoned sports staffers of The Associated Press,the world's largest newsgath- ering organization. NOW-it's available to all. readers of this newspaper. 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