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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 6

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Dinner Honors Visiting Couple CARNARVON - Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Huisinga of Gardena, Calif., were honored for their 35th wedding anniversary Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake R. Jaussen. Nine persons were present. The Huisingas were house guests of Mrs. Freda Garrels. They left for their home Fridav. Times Herald, Carroll, la. * Tuesday, July 9, 1974 O On Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Meyer of here called on Mrs. Abel Peters of Ida Grove who is in the hospital in Sioux City for treatment and observation. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Thorpe of here spent last Sunday in the Douglas Thorpe home in Ankeny. spurgeons While" Sole Lady Peppered Says Color Up and Save! Reg. 4.49 Twin Flat or Fitted for or 3. 59 each Reg. 5.49 full flat or fitted Reg. 8.49 queen flat or fitted Reg. 3.59 pkg. of 2 pillowcases 2 for $9, 4.59 each 2 for $14, 7.19 each .2 pks. $6, 3.19 pkg. Exciting new colorful muslin sheets and cases—all first quality and all perma-press —specially priced now! Give your bedroom a fresh vibrant look with colorful solids, stripes or prints! Our newest patterns included- come in and see them all! ••••:&:^ s' '" "', •'•' '•'• •.'''' SALE! Fruit of the Loom Mattress Pads Long-wearing quilted pads of polypropylene, 100% polyester filled with new stitchless quilting process, Quiltrasonic.® Flat anchor band or combination pad and cover styles, both machine washable. Anchor Band: Reg. 4.99 twin 4.00 Reg. 5.99 full 5.00 Reg. 7.99 queen 6.00 Fitted Pad & Cover: Reg. 5.99 twin 5.00 Reg. 6.99 full 6.00 Plastic Mattress Covers Reg. 1.49-2.99 fitted, twin, full or queen 20% off Reg. 2.49-3.99 zippered, twin, full or queen 20% off Bible Parley in Final Week at Church A Bible conference on the theme "God's Word for Today's World" is in its final week at Carroll First Assembly of God Church. Guest minister of the 8 p.m. services is the Rev. David A. Lewis of North Hollywood. Calif. Vocal music is furnished by Mrs. Lewis and daughters Cassandra and Rebecca. The services are held every day except Monday and Saturday and will conclude this Sunday. The Rev. Lewis speaks on the Mid East crisis and other subjects of current interest. He has been in the Middle East several times and conducts the International Jerusalem Bible Conference annually. Films illustrating the sermons and a session on the Bible and modern science are parts of the program. The conference leader is producer of Audio Visual Bible Analysis, president of the International Student Literature Crusade, member of the Bible Science Association, associate of the Creation Research Society and the American Scientific Affiliation. The services, which began July 3, have been well attended, the Rev. W. L. Laney, pastor of the church, said. -Paige and Wandel Photo Live in Omaha . . . Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. Schwaller, who were married June 15 at St. Joseph's Church in Dedham, have returned from a week's Colorado wedding trip. Their home address is 9251 Cady Avenue, No. 4, Omaha, Neb., 68134. The bride is the former Marikay Klocke. Married . . . Mr. and Mrs. Donald H. Potthoff are shown following their May 25 wedding at St. Joseph's Catholic Church in Wall Lake. She is the former Janice Ann Reik, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Reik of Odebolt; his parents are the Norbert Potthoffs of Wall Lake. The couple lives at 5117 South 98th Plaza, Omaha. Neb. A 20-Year Reunion for CHS Class David A. Lewis Family Rotary Anns Are Guests at Steak Fry Rotary Anns were guests of Rotarians Monday night at a steak fry held at the main Graham Park shelterhouse. The picnic meal was catered by the staff of Tony's Restaurant with Jerry Rolfes of the Rotary Club grilling the steaks. President Cecil Menke presided at a brief business session. Guests of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg were Dr. and Mrs. Charles E. Schaefer and two children. Drive to Aid Family Who Lost Home TEMPLETON — Women of Sacred Heart parish are sponsoring a drive to aid Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dopheide and son Duane, who lost most of their possessions when fire destroyed their home near Templeton on July 4. Linens, food and cash for clothing may be brought to the Sacred Heart School cafeteria Sunday, July 14, between 2 and 4 p.m. Coffee and bars will be served. The public is invited to participate in the benefit event. Shower for Future Bride HAL BUR - A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Jean Schaefer was held at the William Pottebaum home here Sunday. Miss Schaefer and Dale Pottebaum will be married July 27 at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. Guests were from Rockwell City, Carroll, Arcadia, Dedham and Halbur. Miss Schaefer was given a corsage. Rainbow colors were used in shower decorations 4-H News ARCADIA — The Arcadia Energetic 4-H Club held their annual tour of club members' projects July 1. Leaders and 28 members met at the Arcadia Park following the tour for a meeting and lunch. Hosts were Donna Badding and Randy Kohorst. Roll call was answered by naming a piece of equipment used for showing and grooming livestock. Plans were made for members and their fair projects to meet at Mac's Livestock July 28 at 9:30 a.m. The next meeting will be Aug. 5 at 8 p.m. Future Bride . .. Mr. and Mrs. Roscoe J. Sapp announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Debbie to Steve Harmeyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harmeyer, all of Carroll. The couple will be married Aug. 10 in St. Paul Lutheran Church, Carroll. Announce Engagement Announcement is made of the engagement of Ginger K. Timm and Keith J. Olerich, both of whom live and work in DesMoines. A Sept. 21 wedding is planned. The future groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin J. Olerich of Carroll.. Personals— A family potluck supper was held by Mr. and Mrs. Daru Ross of Manning honoring Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gardels, Jimmy and Jason of Dover, Del. Others participating were Henry, Kenneth, Dale and Dennis Huegerich and families and the Dave Kastle family. The Gardels spent two weeks at the Ramon Gardels home in Carroll. Mrs. Gardels is the former Sandra Huegerich, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huegerich. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Westell and sons Thomas, Kenny and Stevie of Indianapolis, Ind. spent the weekend with the Mel and Mark Hausman families and the Ray Van Zile family at Sioux City. Mrs. Westell is the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Goetzinger. They returned to Indianapolis, Sunday morning. EAT Choose It, Then Charge It at Spurgeon's mastei cfiaige Values for Carroiland Families to Grow On! We sell Flynn Dairy Products door to door everyday. Ask us to deliver to your door] today. BERNHOLTZ BROS. Phone 792-4242 Closed Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter ETN-3 and Mrs. David Coins have concluded a month's visit here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Coins, after being stationed in Puerto Rico for 2>2 years. After spending a week with Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Rogers of Chicago, parents of Mrs. Coins, ETN-3 Goins will report to the Navy base in Norfolk, Va. Mr. and Mrs. James Kelly and children Michon, Timothy, Colleen and Brian returned to their home at Ralston, Neb., Sunday after spending the weekend at the Ed Schenkelberg home. They came to attend the wedding of Sue Broich and Denny Riesselman Saturday at St. Mary's Church in Willey. Weekend guests in the home of Rose Soyer were Mrs. John Soyer of Sioux Falls. S.D.; Mrs. Larry Ragels and Gina of Aberdeen, S. D.: Mrs. Josie Bauer of Morris. Minn.; Ronald Bauer of Minneapolis and his fiancee, Debra Loher of Morris; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Holman and Derek of St. Cloud, Minn. They also visited other area relatives and on Saturday attended the wedding of Sue Broich and Denny Riesselman at Willey. All returned home Sunday. The Carroll High School class of 1954 held a 20-year reunion July 6 and 7, starting with a banquet and program Saturday night at the Elk's Club. Chairman of events and master of ceremonies at the banquet was Tom Rogers. Others seated at the head table were Mrs. Rogers, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Danner, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Tigges, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Heuton (Nyla Warford), all members of the planning committee, and the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F., who offered the invocation. Former faculty members attending and introduced were Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Gmber, Mr. and Mrs. William Evans and Mr. and Mrs. William Chambers, Carroll; and Mr. and Mrs. George Hart, Ankeny. Letters were read from Frank Leffingwell, Upland, Calif.; Edward Greteman, Billings, Mont.; Mrs. Fred Hendrickson (BeverlyCrane), Rapid City, S.D.; Mrs. Harry Ankenbauer (Betty Stangl), LaVonia, Mich.; and Dr. Charles Neu, Providence, R.I. On Sunday, a family picnic was held at the East shelter house at Swan Lake. Attending the reunion besides the above-named were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Gute, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Hackett, Neoma Hagge, Mr. and Mrs. James Loneman, Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Onken, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schechinger, Mr. and Mrs. Don Stangl and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wenck, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heuton (Marlene Boell), Albert City; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Booth, Morris, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Champion, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Eischeid, Dr. and Mrs. Randolph Ferlic, Mr. and Mrs. John Schenkelberg and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Riesselman, Omaha; Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Daley, Westminster, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drees, Mapleton; Mr. and Mrs. Milton Mein (Sandra Hellsten), Tucson, Ariz.; Mr. and Mrs. Larry Hinners, Manning; Mr. and Mrs. Steve Huffman and Mr. and Mrs. Denny Schleisman, Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Meggers (Luetta Johnson), Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Art Mattes, Monroe, La.; Mr. and Mrs. Dick Frantz (Lita McCullom), Sloan; Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Meiners, Dedham; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Mobley, Marion; Mr. and Mrs. James Moore, West Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. William O'Brien, Tulsa, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Don Bushman (Marcia Gruber), Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hein Jr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dick Simons (Marsha Zacker), Glidden; Dr. Richard Pascoe, Dallas, Tex.; Richard Rausch, Washington, D. C.; Mrs. Sondra Rombough Tinley, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schenkelberg, Ankeny; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Sampson and Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Bergeson (Donna Schirck), Sioux City; Mr. and Mrs. Neal Sharp, Plainfield, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Bob Short (Geraldine Winn) and Mr. and Mrs. Don Winn, Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson, Ames; and Mr. and Mrs. David Roth, Fort Dodge. Guild Has July Picnic MAPLE RIVER - St. Francis Guild held its annual potluck picnic supper in the parish hall here Monday evening. Final plans were made for the parish celebration to be held after 6:30 mass Saturday evening, Aug. 3. Bingo was played and prizes given. Mrs. Bernadine Willeke received the door prize. Mrs. Melvin Hamers and Mrs. Marvin Hulsing and their circle were in charge. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schroeder Iowa Western Cuts Tuition Rate by $20 COUNCIL BLUFFS, Iowa (AP)— Students at Iowa Western Community College will pay $20 less in tuition in the next school year. The reduction — which would bring resident tuition to $140 per quarter and non-resident charges to $210 — was approved by the college board Monday. Iowa Western has had the highest community college tuition in the state. At its annual meeting, the board also approved a 10.8 per cent increase in staff salaries and a $380,000 increase for expansion of new programs. The overall budget shows a nine per cent increase from $4,071,420 in in 1973-74 to a proposed $4,451,154 for 1974-75, board officials said. However, a new state uniform fiscal act changes tax levies from a calendar year payout to a fiscal year payout. The switch would force a 12-month budget to last for 18 months for this year. To make up the difference, the board recommended a renewal of a three-quarter mill levy for the next five years. A public hearing is to held the Aug. 12 in Council Bluffs. The board also approved a bond referendum for $10.1 million for new construction on campuses at Council Bluffs, Clarinda, Atlantic, Harlan and Shenandoah. The referendum, which will go to district voters Sept. 10, would impose a 1.15 mill levy. Iowa Western serves six southwest Iowa counties as one of the 15 area educational centers in the state. Legion Parley July 12-14 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa American Legion will hold its annual convention July 12-14 in Des Moines. LODGE MEETS Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 met in routine session Monday night at the IOOF hall, with Mrs. Alice Krieg presiding. E. J. Daugherty served lunch afterward. [Calendar TUESDAY— Golden Circle bridge F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Marvin Lampe Double Four, Mrs. Donald Danner A.B. Club, Mrs. Guy Jones Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz WEDNESDAY— Toastmistress open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS Lutheran Circles, Graham Park H. G. Club, Mrs. James McGrane Variety Club, Mrs. Gene Schieffer Grant Township Homemakers, Erna Langmeier Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY- Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Wa-tan-ye, Derby Pateo, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle Couple Wed In Ceremony At Kingsley TEMPLETON - The marriage of Mary Kay Ferneding of Sioux City, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alv in Ferneding of Templeton, to Steve Schroeder of Kingsley, took place in Kingsley June 29. He is a son of Mrs. Christine Schroeder of Kingsley and Luverne Schroeder of Sioux City. The Rev. Fr. Welling performed the 2 p.m. double ring rite in St. Michael Church, with Mrs. Mary Saggerman as organist and Mary Orwig, vocal soloist. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Attending the couple were Jane Ferneding, Diane Kluver, Jane Schroeder, Joni Ferneding, Mark Lindgren, Gary Schroeder and Mike Ferneding. Ushers were Jim Lindgren and Jim Ferneding. Miss Ferneding's wedding gown of white sheer satapeau was in empire style, trimmed with pearls and lace ruffles and finished with a detachable train. A Camelot headpiece held her shoulder veil. Her attendants were attired in pink and white polyester dresses and white picture hats with pink ribbons. The ceremony was followed by a reception in the church basement. Another reception honoring the couple after their week's trip to the Ozarks, was held at Sacred Heart School here July 6. Mrs. Schroeder graduated from Kuemper High School in 1969 and from St. Joseph Mercy School of Nursing, Sioux City, in 1972. She will be employed there in the obstetrics department of St. Joseph Mercy Hospital. The groom graduated in 1968 from Kingsley-Pierson High School and in 1972 from Iowa State University. They will live at Kingsley, where he farms. PLAZA PICNIC MANNING - An old fashioned picnic supper was held for 32 residents of the Manning Plaza at the city park shelter house on July 3. The nursing home, Mrs. Lorine Sextro, Mrs. Donna Linder, Mrs. Dorothy Schultz and Mrs. Joann Thomas, Plaza employes, provided the meal. Eight youngsters assisted with the picnic. ., MON., TUES.. WED. STARTS AT DUSK! When the mob muscles in on the Massage Parlor the girls I rub''em down pub'em out 1 ALSO SUPER CO-ATTRACTION! Locked in a cage ol wild desire NOW THRU TUES. Eves, at 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 7:30, 9:30 Mel Brooks' [R] TBLKZING \ SADDLES THRU TUES. Eves. 7 & 9 Sun, qt 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. HPPLIflnCE CENTER Carroll Phone 792-2525-Lake City.Phone 464-3281 Where mere you in'62? NOW THRU TUESDAY : Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. at 2:00 7:00 & 9:00 /MarkTwain's lucWcbcny Untied

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