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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 3, 1974
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Complete Cast for CCT's Production Casting has been completed and rehearsal has begun for the Carroll Community Theatre melodrama, "Adrift in New York" to be presented July 31, Aug. 2 and Aug. 3. Club Told Of State Meeting Mrs. John Whaley, St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary president; told members of the board Monday afternoon of the state meeting in Des Moines. The main theme of the convention concerned auxiliaries becoming involved with community health programs. All committees gave reports, and Robert Blincow, hospital administrator, spoke briefly. Mrs. Joe Staiert is a new member of the auxiliary. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Whaley. The next meeting is scheduled for Aug. 6. Advisors are James Knott, director; Mrs. Ron Schechtman, assistant director; Mrs. Don Severin, pianist; and Denny Bierl, production coordinator. Cast members include the heroine Mrs. Mai Foley, the hero Steve Sunderman, Marv Reiter, Mrs. Roy Olson, Mrs. Louis Haverman, Bud Knott, John Peterson, Jay Krogh, Bob McKone, Mrs. John Wagner, Pat Lehman, Shannon Gaffney, Kevin Throckmorton and Mary Joffney. Anyone interested in helping backstage or with makeup and' costumes may contact Mrs. Ron Schechtman or Dennv Bierl. MILITARY ADDRESS The address of Don Greving of rural Carroll is as follows: Pvt. Don J. Greving 482-72-7471; COE 3rd Bn, 3rd BDE, 2 PLT; Fort Leonard Wood, Mo. 65473. I NOW TO SAT. July 3-6 Bring the Family CARROLL DRIVE-IN — CARROLL "ALL EXCITING" SHOW STARTS AT DUSK! 2 BIG HITS For Your Holiday Entertainment MASH With Eliott Gould and Sally Callermann Plus VANISHING POINT Hardest driving chase picture of them all. Ruth Fowler Is Married in Evening Rite Ruth Fowler of Fort Dodge and Kevin Dillavou of Scranton exchanged nuptial vows in a 7 p.m. ceremony at Holy Spirit Church here June 28. The Rev. Edmund Tiedeman officiated. The bride, given in marriage by her father, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fowler of Carroll. The groom's parents are Mrs. Pearl Black of Scranton and Willard Dillavou of Ralston. Jolene Berger was maid of honor; bridesmaids were Linda Frishmeyer and Debbie Wolterman. Lloyd Dillavou was best man for his brother and Gene Dillavou and Larry Fowler, brothers of the couple, were groomsmen. The bride's sister, Kelly Fowler, was flower girl. Ring bearer was f odd Kraft. Music was provided by Marlene Sievers. guitarist, Sandy Heiman, Lauras Hoffman and Dave Loeschen, vocalists. Ushers were Mr. Loeschen and Jerry Schumacher. The altar was decorated with white carnations and gladioli. Miss Fowler's gown of white chantilace over faille was styled with an empire bodice, high neckline, long sleeves ruffled over her hands and an A-line skirt. The back featured a cage effect with a whisper train. A lace Camelot cap held her chapel veil. White roses were combined with lilac and purple carnations in her bridal bouquet. Her attendants wore frocks of white dacrom organza embossed with purple velveray flowers and leaves and trimmed with purple velvet ribbon. A-line skirts Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, July 3, 1974 —Paige and Wandel Photo Mr. and Mrs. Kevin Dillavou ended in deep dust ruffles. They carried nosegays of yellow roses, lilac, white and dark purple carnations. The double ring wedding was followed by a reception for 250 guests at the Elk's Club. The bride is a 1973 graduate of Kuemper High School and attends Bernell Hairstyling School, Fort Dodge. Mr. Dillavou attended Scranton High School and is employed by Farmland Foods. After a week's honeymoon in Missouri they will live at 715 North East Street, Carroll Personals— Wilbert Reuter of Auburn, Calif., has returned home after spending two weeks in the home of his uncle and aunt, Herman and Loretta Olberding. Rapp Winner in Special Election Eves, at 7:30 A 9:30 Sun. at 1:30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30, 30 NOW till July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS ^EL BROOKS from the people who gave you "The Jazz Singer" Eves, at 7:00 ft 9:00 Sun. at 3,5,7,9 NOW till TUES. July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS Where mere you in '62? Eves, at 7:00 ft 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. NOW till TUES. July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS " :< Sr : -HP 1 /Mark Tkvain's m nhjcklcbcrry 'inn A /Musical Adaptation TOLEDO, Iowa (AP)— A special election held in four Tama County precincts proved significant not only to State Rep. Stephen Rapp of Waterloo but also to the Mesquakie Indians. Rapp defeated former Federal Communications Commissioner Nicholas Johnson by an unofficial 139 votes Tuesday in the race for the 3rd District Democratic congressional nomination. The election was also a big event for Harvey Davenport, a member of the Indian Tribal Council. It was the first time in his life he had voted in an election. Davenport, 62, said he has lived at the Mesquakie Indian Settlement near Tama all of his life but didn't want to vote in any of the precincts where the Indians had been allowed to vote in previous elections. And, for the first time a voting place was established on the 3,200 acre settlement owned by the Mesquakie Indian tribe. No polling place had been established at the settlement for the June 4 primary which resulted in the special election being ordered. Rapp, 25, would be the nation's youngest congressman if he defeats his Republican opponent in the November election. Rapp faces State Rep. Charles Grassley of New Hartford for the seat to be vacated by Rep. H. R. Gross, R-Iowa, who is retiring from the House after 24 years. In a heavy voter turnout, Rapp received 479 votes to Johnson's 350 in Tuesday's election, according to unofficial returns. Added to the June 4 primary results Rapp shows a total of 8,663 votes to Johnson's 8,524. Rapp was the apparent winner of the original election by 62 votes and held a slim 10-vote margin over Johnson before Tuesday's election. "I think it was unfortunate things weren't set up right the first time," said Rapp. But he said some 89 settlement residents voted and "that's going to be a tremendous asset to the Democratic party." The 89 ballots cast by the Indians topped the previous record of 87 votes cast in the 1964 general election. Johnson outpolled Rapp at the settlement 71-18 but the big difference was in the Tama precinct where Rapp collected 285 votes and Johnson 175. Rapp also held the margin over Johnson in the other two precincts — Toledo No. 1 and Indian Village Township — with 87-50 and 83-37 differences, respectively. JUNG'S Club Plans Open Meeting The Carroll Toastmistress Club, in place of its next regular dinner meeting, plans an open demonstration meeting at 8 p.m. Wednesday, July 10, at the Iowa Public Service community room. All area women interested in ways of self-improvement in qualities of leadership and personality are invited to attend. The hostess club will serve coffee. BUSINESS BRIEFS Continental Western Industries, Inc. has filed a registration statement with the Securities and Exchange Commission on June 20 relating to a proposed offering of $15,000,000 of senior subordinated notes due 1984, $5,000,000 principal amount of which will be offered on an underwritten basis and $10,000,000 on a best efforts basis. Certain terms, including interest rate, will be announced at a later date. The proceeds of the offering will be used primarily to reduce outstanding short-term indebtedness. Continental Western Industries is engaged through subsidiaries in fire and casualty insurance, life insurance, distribution of building materials, production and distribution of lumber and other wood products, and to a lesser extent in consumer financing and leasing. Continental Western is the parent company of Mid-States Enterprises, Inc. with headquarters in Carroll. Dr. and Mrs. John E. Martin attended the 77th annual educational congress of the American Optometric Association in Washington, D. C. Dr. Martin also attended meetings of the International Board of Examiners, of which he is a past president. Mrs. Martin attended sessions of the Women's Auxiliary to the American Optometric Assn., of which she is past national president. Mr. and Mrs. Randy Woherman of Arcadia, Denise Wittrock of Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Weeks of Dedham and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder of Westside attended the employees session of the 1974 Lake Conferences sponsored by Land-0-Lakes-Felco at Lake Okoboji. Jerry Rolfes of the Carroll County State Bank is one of 52 bankers from Iowa to complete the second-year course of specialized instruction at the Iowa School of Banking in Des Moines. The course is sponsored by the Iowa Bankers Association in cooperation with the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Happe and daughter of Carroll, and Sr. Loretta Happe of Waverly, Neb. returned Friday afternoon from a visit to Alameda and Los Altos, Calif. Visiting relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Roland AmRhein and family, Mrs. Barbara O'Herron and Harold Oesers. former Carroll residents they also spent time with the AmRheins in Carson City, Lake Tahoe, Virginia City and other coastal cities. THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE WEEKEND SPECIALS Calenda ri TUESDAY— Community Club, Mrs. B. L. Baumhover High Bidders, Mrs. Marvin Collison Golden Circle bridge WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre FRIDAY- Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY— New Deal Club picnic W. C. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus MONDAY- Rebekah Lodge Card Clubs Had Parties On Tuesday Mrs. Marvin Collison entertained the HIGH BIDDERS Club at Tony's Restaurant. Winning prizes for the afternoon of bridge were Mrs. Walter Millenacker, high; Mrs. Felix Langenfeld, Mrs. Frank Liewer and the hostess. On July 16 the women will be guests of-Mrs. Langenfeld. The GOLDEN CIRCLE bridge group met at the clubrooms in the afternoon, with Mrs. Frances Weitl as hostess. Prizes were won by Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, the hostess and Mrs. Aurora Mungon. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the COMMUNITY Club, at the home of Mrs. B. L. Baumhover. Pinochle was played, with Mrs. Rudolph Nees winning high score prize. Mrs. Frank Thielen received second high; Mrs. Louis Bueltel, tally; and the hostess, traveling. Mrs. John Sanders will have the next party, July 16. ON DEAN'S LIST RaeJean Westendorf, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf of Carroll, has been named to the dean's list at the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minn., for the second semester of the 1973-74 school year. To be named to the list, a student must have earned a grade point average of at least 3.7, equivalent to a B plus. GLACED DONUT HOLES SAVE SPECIAL 2POZEN59 C *eg. 72* 13*1 ASSORTED BUTTER DANISH COFFEE CAKES Butter pecan, raspberry, date, chocolate carmel, apple, cherry pretzel, and butter toffee. SPECIAL 67* REGULAR 79° FRENCH STEAK HOUSE BREAD SPECIAL 42 C Regular 48 C SAVE 6 C FROSTED RAISIN BREAD SPECIAL 49 C Regular 56 C SAVE 7 C CUSTARD FLAVORED ANGEL FOOD LARGE ROUND ^|** LOAF $ SPECIAL - HOT DINNER ROLLS, JUMBO CINNAMON ROLLS, HOT BREAD AND HOT COFFEE CAKES. New Wing for Home Approved AUDUBON — A $500,000 addition to Friendship Home has been given the go-ahead by various health planning agencies. The board of directors of Friendship Home has announced that the feasibility study for a new wing at the home has been approved by the office of programming and planning of the State Health Department. Two board members, Chairman Merle H. Petersen, and Vice-Chairman Louie Lauritsen, along with Administrator Dennis Acrea attended a hearing in Des Moines after which the proposal was given the okay. It had already been okayed by the Tri-Valley Health Planning Council of this area. What the approval by the programming and planning office means is that Audubon County does have a need for additional construction in this field and that Friendship Home is qualified to provide it. Next steps are to finalize the architectural design and begin financing for the addition which will probably cost in the area of half a million dollars, Petersen says. "We are looking to the entire community for its continued support as we begin to extend the services of the home to meet the increasing needs of the elderly in Audubon and the surrounding counties, "he said. ACCEPTS POSITION Robert E. Grote, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon H. Grote of Carroll, has accepted employment with radio station KDSN in Denison, his college placement office announced. Grote completed the broadcasting program offered by Iowa Central Community College (Area V) on the Fort Dodge Center. LPN UNIT MEETS Mrs. Rita Hogan, Carroll LPN Unit president, reported on the state convention held June 9-11 in Fort Dodge during the unit's dinner meeting Monday night at Tony's Restaurant. The convention was also attended by Mrs. Arnold Havermann, Mrs. Vera Herweg, Mrs. James Clark and Mrs. Donald Tigges. Health Center Notes Holiday Reminiscenses of past Fourth of Julys noted the upcoming holiday at the Carroll Health Center Wednesday afternoon. Eight of the older residents of the nursing home spoke about their lives and how they observed the Fourth of July years ago. Another resident was the subject of a "This Is Your Life" type program. A smorgasbord lunch, provided through the home's activity fund, preceded the observance. The dining room was decorated in the patriotic theme. Special guests were present. The T. W. Happe home in Carroll was visited Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. Dale J. Happe and family of Burnsville, Minn, and by Mrs. Happe's sister and brother-in-law and family of Minneapolis, Minn. The visitprs were enroute from a trip to Los Angeles and San Diego, Calif. A PRICE TO REMEMBER IN DIAMONDS FOR THE20FYiOU A matching trio. One price for the set of three. For her, a beautiful diamond engagement ring to match the wedding band. For him, a handsome matching wedding band. ILLUSTRATION ENLARGED Summer Store Hours CLOSED SATURDAY AFTERNOON LOEHR JEWELRY Westgate Mall Complete Banking Service A WHITE BUTTER 9" OR CHOCOLATE FUDGE 9" CAKE IS ALREADY DECORATED AND READY FOR YOUR INSCRIPTION GIVE JUNG'S A CALL 792-3337 Save with us—Bank with us NEW BANKING HOURS! 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. — 8 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. — Noon Saturday Each deposit Iniured to 920,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK

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