Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 5, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, July 5, 1974
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I NOW TO SAT. July 3-6 Bring the Family CARROLL DHIVE-IN — CRRROLL "ALL EXCITING" SHOW STARTS AT DUSK! New Books Added at Library 2 BIG HITS For Your Holiday Entertainment MASH With Eliott Gould and Sally Callermann Plus VANISHING POINT Hardest driving chase picture of them all. TWO FEATURES FOR ADULTS ONLY! SUN., MOM., TUES., WED. July 7-10 DOUBLE ACTION! DOUBLE THRILLS! DOUBLE FUN! When the mob muscles in on the Massage Parlor., the girls rub 'em down then ... rub 'em ALSO SUPER CO-ATTRACTION Son skin bursting Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. at 1, 3, 5,7, 9 NOW till TUES. /--*. July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS MEL BROOKS from the people who gave you "The Jaxx Singer v.-v v p " • \ i Eves, at 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. at 1:30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 NOW till TUES. July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS Where u/ere you in '62? Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mat. 2:00 P.M. NOW till TUES. July 3-9 7 BIG DAYS /Mark TVvam's ucklcbcrry A /Musical/tdaptation New non-fiction added to the shelves of the Carroll Public Library during the month of June are as follows: The World Book Yearbook, Computers in Society, Environmental Decay in its Historical Context, Arab and Israeli Elite Perceptions, Power Play, The TVA, The Gulag Archipelago 1918-1956, The Art of Studying, The Tree Where Man Was Born, A Guide to Graphs, Oceanography: The Last Frontier, Magic, Science and Religion, and Other Essays; Genetics and Society, Vanishing Wildlife of North America, A Field Guide to the Birds, A Walk on the Crust of Hell, Arthritis, Introduction to College Engineering, Model T. Ford Service Bulletin Essential, Growing Better Roses, Planning and Remodeling Bathrooms, The Gingerbread Age, The Family Creative Workshop, Knitting, Mary Thomas' Book of Knitting Patterns, Mary Thomas's Knitting Book, The ABC of Needlepoint, The Making of Kubrick's 2001, Betty White's Teen-age Dance Book, Introduction to Backpacking, Britain and the Western Seaways, America's Inland Waterway, The presidency of George Washington, and Burnt-out Fires. New fiction includes the following titles: Birchwood, Jaws, The Leavenworth Irregulars, The Bingo Long Traveling All Stars and Motor Kings, The Advent of Frederick Giles, Deck with Flowers, Uncle Valentine and Other Stories, Limmerston Hall, The World of Apples, The Dark Palazzo, The Decline and Fall of America, The Parasites, Walking Davis, Darsham's Tower, The Woman From the Glen, Images of Rose, Tara's Healing, Courier to Peking, Extreme Remedies. The Legend of the Green Man, Rosebud, The Devil of Aske, The Bird of Night, In the Springtime of the Year, Cashelmara. Alice and Me, The Typhoon Shipments, The Voices of Masada, Follow the Drum, The Dolorosa Deal, Drums along the Khyber, Jug Night, Ulzana, Devil to Pay, Here Lies our Sovereign Lord, Cinderella Liberty, Tyler's Row, Prophet of the Wind, Trevayne, The Hammer of God, Evening in Byzantium, Saint Jack, So Slow the Dawning, The Harpoon Gun. Starting Over, Howard's Bag, Somewhere Within This House, The Testament of Theophilus, To the Lighthouse, The Forty Days, Tales of the Black Widowers, The Thirteenth Trick. While The Patient Slept. Hanged Man's House, Malverne Manor, Darkness and Dawn, The Angel of the Revolution, Olga Romanoff, Life Everlasting, Marching Sands, The Metal Monster, Deep Space, Emerald Canyon and Knights of the Range. New books for children are: White Shell Horse, Goody Hall, Cockleburr Quarters, 0 the Red Rose Tree, Moon-watch Summer. It's Not the End of the World, Nothing Said, A Year in the Life of Rosie Bernard, The Shades, Dorrie and the Birthday Eggs, Dorrie and the Goblin, McBroom's Ghost, The Haunted Mountain, The Year of Small Shadow, The Boyhood of Grace Jones, The Mulberry Music, The Best Christmas Pageant Ever, The Truth About Mary Rose, The Seek Director for Senior Citizens Plan Applications for a director for a new senior citizens program that will be established in Carroll are now being accepted by City Manager Arthur Gute at the Carroll City Hall. The federal program, titled Retired Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP), secures volunteer, unpaid positions for retired persons in such places as hospitals, parks, nursing homes and other government operations and businesses where the retired citizens' talents and experience can be used. A federal grant has been approved to hire a director for the program. The program, which will be entirely funded by the federal government, has also received approval of the Carroll City Council. Initially, the program will cover only the City of Carroll. Later it will be expanded to incorporate all of Carroll County and after that, all of the areas covered by the Regional 12 Council of Governments in Audubon, Crawford, Greene, Guthrie and Sac Counties as well as Carroll County. It is expected the director will be hired within the next 30 days and the program's headquarters will be established. According to the plan, the second month will involve training senior volunteers to assume certain staff duties and also start development of volunteer stations. The third month will involve continuing the development of volunteer stations, developing senior volunteer training programs, interviewing senior Genie of Sutton Place, Getting Something on Maggie Marmelstein, The Witches of Worm, Around the Corner, Dominic, The Drowning Boy, Flint's Island, The Lark and the Laurel, Mystery of the Roman Ransom, Sarah Whitcher's Story, Mr. Biddle and the Birds, Look What I Can Do, Small Wolf, The Day I Had to Play With My Sister, Jacko, When Will it Snow? Johnny Lion's Rubber Boots, Frog and Toad Together, Mouse Tales, Six Silver Spoons, The Mountain, The Magic Ringlet, The Sly Old Cat, What Can You Do With a Box? Toad, Alec's Sand Castle, Old Arthur, I Wrote My Name on the Wall, Crash, Bang, Boom, The Bear Who Had No Place to Go, The Beast of Monsieur Racine, and The Owl and the Woodpecker. citizens and the assignment of the first senior volunteers. The fourth, fifth and sixth months will involve recruitment and training senior volunteers, development of volunteer stations and implementing the RSVP in the city of Carroll. The final six months of the first year will involve expansion of RSVP to Manning, Coon Rapids, Glidden and Breda with the headquarters remaining in Carroll. The remaining smaller towns throughout the county will be served by one of these five locations. The second and third years will involve development of RSVP in the counties making up the Region 12 area. HORSE, PONY SHOW A record number of exhibitors and 4-H horse and pony projects are expected to take part in the Northwest Iowa District Ak-Sar-Ben 4-H Horse and Pony Show to be held the evening of July 16 starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Circle Saddle Club Grounds a mile south of Early on U. S. Highways 71 and 20. Last year's record of 158 entries will be surpassed by this year's number of entries due to the increased number of 4-H horse and pony projects enrolled during the 1974 project year. Personals Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Beyer and daughter of Phoenix, Ariz., are visiting at the home of his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Beyer. They also are visiting three other brothers, Paul, George and Mike Beyer. Last Saturday the Clarence Beyers, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Beyer and Mike Beyer attended the wedding of their nephew. Pat Worltman. at Plainview, Neb. JCPenney 20% off all ~ foundations. Save on your favorite bras and girdles. Sale I 60 to *10 Kfj.CIo I!.S* Come In and save now on our entire slock ol bras and girdles. Training bras, too. The subtle shaping you want lor today's stylos. Easy care fabrics with Lycra* spandex lor stretch. Some in colors. All sizes. Calendar FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle SUNDAY— New Deal Club picnic W. C. Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Naberhaus MONDAY— Rebekah Lodge Food Stamps Report Given Public assistance household participation in the Food Stamp Program under the state department'of social services increased in April, but decreased in May. Non-public assistance decreased both months, according to the state office of food programs. The total public and non-public assistance households for the two months was 73,662. Public and non-public assistance persons totaled 220,476 in Iowa. The amount of cash received was $2,942,684, and $4,388,144 worth of bonus coupons were issued during April and May. Average bonus coupons per person in April was $19.99. In May, the average decreased slightly to $19.82. Personals- Mrs. Richard Kuklinski and children Brad, Lisa and Mark of Glen Ellyn, 111., came Friday to visit her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin arid family, and to attend the wedding of the Martins' daughter, Jill, to Jack Petersen. They will be leaving Saturday to spend a week at Lake Okoboji with her father, F. R. McCoy, and the Martins. Mrs. Kuklinski is the former Donna Lee McCoy. Visiting Dorothy and Trudy Dalton and Mrs. Margaret Biller are their brother, Lt. Col. Don Dalton of Rome, N.Y., and another brother and sister-in-law, Lt. Col. (Ret.) and Mrs. Barney Dalton of Avinger, Tex. Lt. Col. Don Dalton's family is presently residing at LeMars while he secures housing at Rantoul, 111., where he is being transferred as chief of the legal office. Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Berg, Jeff and Doug returned to their home in Santa Fe, Calif, after two weeks with relatives and friends in the Carroll area. They also visited their parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Berg, Arcadia and Mr. and Mrs. Petp Neu of Roselle. To Marry ... Mr. and Mrs. David MacMorris of Rockford, 111., announce the engagement of their daughter Susan to Richard C. Coffin, son of Mr. and Mrs. George H. Coffin of Westside. Miss MacMorris received her B.A. degree from the University of Iowa and will complete her graduate work there in August. Her fiance graduated from the same university and attends Stanford University School of Law, Palo Alto, Calif. They will be wed in Rockford on Aug. 17. Graduated With Honor Mrs. Frederick (Mary) Ferlic of Minneapolis, Minn., graduated with honor June 29 from the University of Minnesota, receiving her Master's degree in social medical science. She holds a B.S. degree from St. Mary's of Notre Dame. Dr. Ferlic, son of Dr. and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic of Carroll, who is in his third year of orthopedic surgery residency at the University of Minnesota, has received a special award for six months of study under leading orthopedic surgeons at Ranches Los Amigos Hospital in Los Angeles, Calif. The couple left Monday for Los Angeles. Mrs. Ferlic will work in the same hospital for six months, after which they will return to Minneapolis. Dr. Ferlie's parents visited with them in Omaha during the weekend. UCT PICNIC About 350 persons attended the noon family picnic of Carroll Council No. 543, United Commercial Travelers of America and its auxiliary Thursday at Graham Park shelter house. Games and entertainment were provided for children and adults. Prizes were awarded. Women Give Rally Report At Lidderdale LIDDERDALE — Mrs. Lyle Onken and Mrs. Mary Onken reported on their attendance at tiie LWML rally at Lake Okoboji last week during the Immanuel Lutheran Ladies Aid meeting Wednesday. The Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann led the topic. "Where Are the ^oung People?" Afterwards, the women played the generation game. Mrs. Andrew Wenck, vice president, presided. Mrs. Harry Habben of Wittmuend Germany, daughter of the late Martin Faber of this area, was a guest. She is a niece of one of the aid members, Mrs. Gretchen Sporleder. Mrs. Carl Bruggeman and Mrs. Leland Bruggeman will host the August meeting. Play Euchre At Clubrooms Golden Circle Club members played euchre at six tables Wednesday night at the clubrooms. For the women, Mrs. Ernestine Sanders won high score prize and there was a three-way tie for second among Mrs. Leo Stangl, Mrs. Ann Hannasch and Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh. Men's prizes went to John Mattes, high, and Lawrence Hesslingh, second. Mr. Stangl received the tally prize. KIWANIS MEETS Harry Bohnenkamp, director of the Carroll County Alcoholism program, was guest speaker at the Carroll Kiwanis Club meeting Wednesday night at Tony's Restaurant. Reese Abbe was the program chairman, and Harold Frey presided during the business meeting. An Ames interclub was present. The next meeting will be held at the meal served at Swan Lake State Park, following the annual farm tour. HAVE A HASSEL or Just Need To Talk Call TOLL FREE 1-800-432-4165 Courtesy of Commercial Savings Bank Carroll spurneons BEAUTY SALON Open 9 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Mon. thru Sat. Open to 9 p.m. Fridays PRE-SUMMER PROFESSIONAL PERMANENT SPECIAL Reg. 17.00 Permanent Reg. 15.00 Permanent NOW NOW 100 ISO Reg. 12.50 Permanent NOW Specials good from Mon. July 8 thro Thim. Ju| y ]8 No appointments necessary Mondays thru Wednesdays Phone 792-1656 STOXE HOUtS: 9:00-5:00 Man., Tu*>., Thun., Sat. 9:00-9:00 W»d. 1 Fri. 1:00-5:00 Sunday OPEN WED. & FRI. NITES TILL 9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 SHARON LAW RENNE NICHOLS' DEBBIE BERNHOLTZ

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