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July 12, 1974

Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

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Dettbarns Back From Chicago WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettbarn and Linda returned from Chicago Saturday morning where Linda was a delegate to the National Education Association. While there, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. George Mau, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mau and family, Mrs. Ann Mau, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Offiaria and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Cholevinski and family. On the Fourth of July they were all picnic guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mau. Tuesday afternoon visitors in the Clayton Dohse home were Ervin Leonhardt of Chicago and Mrs. William Zipse of Tucson, Ariz. Sunday evening visitors in the Ed Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiese of Cutbank, Mont. Mark Rickers of Windfield, Iowa spent his 10 days vacation in the Merlin Rickers home. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hendersen from Lenox visited several days in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Rickers. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lueders went to Wakefield, Neb. to visit with Mr. and Mrs. George Lueders. They later attended the golden anniversary open house for A PRICE TO REMEMBER IN DIAMONDS FOR THE 2 OF YOU Amatchingtrio. 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 Timcj Herald, Carroll, la. m Friday, July 12, 1974 *\ Mr. and Mrs. Art Mallum. Brenda Lueders of Omaha returned home with them for a week's visit. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Luetje and Jay went to Omaha to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Glathar and Denny. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Bartels and family of Des Moines spent from Wednesday until Friday in the Clifford Mason home. South Dakotans Visit Wolleseiis WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Peters, Lori and Jeff of Selby, S.D., were weekend guests in the Harold Wollesen home. Lori and Jeff remained here for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. August Quistorff took Mrs. John Rivers and Mrs. Leroy Monroe to Odebolt Saturday morning where they took the bus 'to Omaha enroute to San Francisco by plane after spending a week here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Schwanz and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Roth attended the 75th Kiron Jubilee Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert R. Gerdes and Mrs. Marilyn Aschinger, Chris and Cathy were guests on the Fourth of July in the Bill Paysen home at Pender, Neb. Five Pairs Are Winners Heading the list of winners at the Thursday morning meeting of the Carroll Duplicate Bridge Club, held at the IPS community room, were Mrs. H. L. Hudson and Mrs. Howard B. Wilson. Carol Von Ahn and Mrs. Paul Ferguson of Lake City placed second in the bi-weekly event and another Lake City pair, Mrs. Harold Tuvell and Mrs. Donald Karn, were third. Mrs. Robert Kelly and Mrs. G. W. Mueller tied with Mrs. R. J. Ferlic and Mrs. Mike Wittrock for fourth. IN COLLEGE PLAY Kathie Burg of Carroll is a cast member of "The Contrast," a play to be presented by the Iowa State University Players on July 18-20 and July 25-27 at 8 p.m. in the Fisher Theater on campus. The presentation is a musical adaptation of the first comedy written by an American citizen. The conflict in the comedy of manners revolves around the rivalry of two factions of the "new" American society of 1787. Live Near Breda ... Mr. and Mrs. John D. Wessling are living near Breda after their June 22 wedding at Holy Spirit Church here and a Minnesota honeymoon. She is the former Susan M. Bauer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs! Matt Bauer of Carroll. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wessling, also of Carroll. Pratts Return From Vacation MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. 0. E. Pratt/returned Saturday from a week's visit in the Ed Callen home in Delta, Colo. They accompanied Mr. and Mrs. John Pratt and Lisa of Eden Prairie, Minn., to Colorado, stopping enroute in Denver to visit with Mrs. Clara Callen. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jansen observed their 58th wedding anniversary on July 5. Mrs. Joan Odens and family of Forest City and 14 local persons were evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Hansen and Mrs. Art Kruse hosted the Jentzen family picnic at the American Legion Hall in Manning on Sunday! Attending were persons from Elgin, 111.; Morgan, Minn.; Pleasant Hill, Calif.; Fort Dodge, Denison, Carroll, Templeton, Brayton, Manning and Arcadia. Jim Hansen of Chicago, 111., arid Vernon Hansen and Julie Cota'of Iowa City were weekend visitors in the Alvan Hansen home. Vernon Hansen and Julie Cota of Iowa City were among Sunday evening visitors at the Mrs. Alta Hansen home honoring her on her birthday. John Pratt spent two weeks with relatives in the Chicago area visiting a great-aunt Helen Dvorak in Berwyn, and the Ron Kamins at Lake Geneva, Wis. Mulis Daip You'll Really DIG THE GREAJ BARGAINS You Get During REDIKULUS DAY In Carroll Wednesday, July 17 Come to Carroll for This Area's BIGGEST SIDEWALK SALE Featuring the Best of Bargains. SPECIAL ATTRACTIONS 2:00 P.M. Free Children's Play in Downtown Carroll Performed by the "Iowa Junior Repertory Theatre" from Iowa City. 3:00 P.M. Extra Special Sales Time "Hatchet Hour" 8:30 P.M. Free play at Graham Park Bandshell performed by the "Iowa Junior Repertory Theatre" from Iowa City. L Carroll Chamber of Commerce Grass Fires Keep City's Firemen Busy By Don Davis Carroll firemen are keeping busy this summer fighting grass fires. The dry weather of late June and early July made conditions right for grass fires, but Fire Chief Robert Wieland said the worst may be yet to come. Wieland said the top grass fire season is fall. So far this summer, the Carroll department has been called to four fires near railroad tracks and three other grass or brush fires. In 1973 the department was called to just five grass fires all year. The figure was 15 in 1972. Three of this year's fires were near the same spot on the Chicago and North Western Railway tracks on Carroll's eastern edge. Track fires are tough problems, Wieland said. The railroads spray the area around the tracks to kill grass and weeds, making the trackbed one long strip of dead, dry vegetation. Trains traveling the tracks often create sparks, which ignite the dead grass. A problem making these fires even harder to fight, Wieland said, is wooden ties left near the tracks. The chief said the railroads leave ties "all over" and when the grass burns, so do the ties. Wieland said the ties are "almost impossible to put out." Often the firemen must leave them smoldering near the tracks. Other types of grass and brush fires can be prevented by "common sense," Wieland said. Most non-railway grass fires begin when somebody is burning rubbish and the fire gets out of their control. Wieland had a couple of suggestions to help prevent the fires. One is to not burn rubbish when there is a wind that might whip the flames out of control. The other is to keep a garden hose close by to keep the flames where they will do no harm. One complaint Wieland has about small grass fires is the cost to fight them. A survey by Iowa State University showed it cost the city $250 just to respond to an alarm. The figure included insurance, depreciation, firemen's pay, and other expenses. The chief said the cost has most likely gone up since the survey was conducted. The city has three pumpers that carry water, two with 750-gallon capacity and one with a 600-gallon tank. The department also has a large pumper with no water storage capacity for use downtown and for larger fires. The city's 1500 gallon water tanker is also available. In 1973 the department responded to 66 calls, 13 of which were out of the city. In 1972 there were 72 alarms, 27 out of town. Class of 1954 Holds Reunion MANNING - The class of 1954 held its 20 year class reunion on July 6 at the Manning-Manilla Country Club. Present for the occasion were Art Zerwas, La Mirada, Calif.; Dr. and Mrs. William Richards, Huntsville, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schreck (Doris Christensen), Fort Sill, Okla.; Mrs. Clifford Radtke (Marlene Bogatzke) Verona, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wagner, Benson, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ron Kocourek (Charlotte Paulsen), Hillsdale, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Merlene Thompson (Carol Sanders), Ralston, Neb.; and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Weinbrandt (Clarice Jones), Omaha, Neb. Others attending were Mr. and Mrs. Norvin Hoffmeier (Alice Ahrendsen), Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Roger Ohde, Bondurant; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Graves (Beverly Brus), Perry; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weitz (Diane Rix), Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hjuler (Darlene Sextro), Audubon; Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Mohr (Arlene Mohns), Westside; Mr. and Mrs. Tom Musfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Segebart (Carol Ann Gruhn), Mr. and Mrs. Larry Jahn, Paul Vollstedt, all of Manilla; and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Mondon, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Phillipa, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Stribe, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Rix, all of Manning. The first representative assembly was the House of Burgesses, founded in Virginia, in 1619. Wa-tan-ye Discusses Project Plans Mrs. Louis DeBoth and Dorothy Grundmeier were table hostesses at the monthly meeting of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club Thursday at the Derby. An arrangement of yellow and white pompon mums decorated the head table. Mrs. Augusta Bartosh, vice president,'presided at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting of the business women's service organization. In a brief business session members discussed tentative plans for late-summer and fall service projects. A draw prize was won by Mrs. L. J. Greteman and Neoma Hagge was awarded the floral centerpiece. Miss Grundmeier conducted a contest based on familiar TV commercials, with prizes going to Mrs. Bartosh, Mrs. Lester Wilke and Catherine Lappe. The club's next meeting will be Aug. 8 at the Derby. Siblings Meet In California ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wuebker returned home Saturday from a 10-day visit in California where they flew with Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wuebker of Perry. They went especially to attend the 20th anniversary of the men's sister Loretta Wuebker with the Zenith Corporation in Los Angeles. Mrs. Martha Beyer and Mr. and Mrs. John Wiedmeier of North Hollywood and Mrs. Betty Helliman of Studio City were also visited by the two couples. It was the first reunion in 40 years of all the 4 sisters and two brothers. The Wuebkers also visited Mrs. Paul Wuebker's five brothers and sister in the San Jose area. They are the Mr. and Mrs. Earl, Jerome, Billy, Leverne and Kenneth Neu families and Mr. and Mrs. Darrell Berg and family. Merlin Wiebers of Milwaukee, Wis., and Margaret Vestal of Winston-Salem, N.C., visited over the Fourth with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Wiebers. Marvin Bachman of Portland, Ore., was a dinner guest Friday in the Mr. and Mrs. Leo Timmerman home. He also visited relatives at Westside. Pennsylvanian Visits Arcadia ARCADIA — Mrs. Tom Beatty of Montoursville, Penn., visited Tuesday in the Mrs. Wayne Duffy home. Ehlers and Gerken Unit 694 Juniors and leaders held their Skip Day Tuesday. After swimming at the Breda pool, grilled hamburgers were served at the park there. Twenty-one juniors, leaders and guests attended. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Sundrup and family visited Wednesday in the Mrs. Wayne Duffy home. The Sundrup family is moving from Lincoln, Neb., to Spencer, where they bought a home. The Smokey Bear symbol was created by an Advertising Task Force in 1944 for use in the National Cooperative Forest Fire Prevention Program. Calendar FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY. Golden Circle TUESDAY— Legion Auxiliary Community Club, Mrs. John Sanders Golden Circle bridge Gay Nine T's, Mrs. Frank Comes Jollyettes, Mrs. Larry Bunnell High Bidders, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre Astrology Saturday, July 13,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21 - April 19) This is a good day for you to deal with business or commercial matters. You'll be thinking in realistic and practical terms. TAURUS (April 20 - May 20) Even though you may be a bit more talkative than usual others will find what you have to say both convincing and interesting. GEMINI (May 21 - June 20) If you need a little something extra to tide you over temporarily, your best chance of getting it is from a family member. CANCER June 21 - July 22) You're going to find yourself in a situation where you'll have to speak up for a friend who isn't present to defend herself. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) You won't have to keep pals posted on your present accomplishments. You have a booster who's already doing it for you. VIRGO (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22) The time is just right to put into action a plan you've been toying with. Don't wait much longer or nothing will get done. LIBRA (Sept. 23 - Oct. 23) If you keep your mind on that high mark you're shooting for over the next few days, you have a very good chance of hitting the bull's eye. SCORPIO (Oct. 24 - Nov. 22) Take lots of time in formulating an important decision so you won't later ask yourself why you overlooked something so obvious. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23 - Dec. 21) You'll have more patience and stick-to-itness to handle a nuisance chore that you've left half-finished. Go to it! CAPRICORN (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19) In a most unusual way you're going to learn an object lesson from one younger than yourself. You won't resent receiving it. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20 - Feb. 19) This will be one of those days when you'll drive pleasure from little improvements you make yourself around the old homestead. PISCES (Feb. 20 - March 20) If you use a little humor in your approach in dealing with others you'll find them to be surprisingly co-operative. YOUR BIRTHDAY July 13,1974 Wider interests will be developed this year through a friend you'll become quite attached to. Some organizational or club work is also likely for you. 14 SBA Loans in County for $1.33 Million Businesses in Carroll County received 14 loans through the Small Business Administration (SBA) during fiscal year 1974 totalling $1.33 million, a year-end report the Des Moines District SBA revealed Friday. Businesses in the City of Carroll became familiar with SBA loans during the city's urban renewal project. During the time from November, 1968, to June 30, 1974, businesses in Carroll received 68 SBA loans totalling approximately $5.5 million according to H. J. Kienapfel, former assistant urban renewal director and now director of Region XII Council of Governments. Several of these loans were made as a direct or indirect result of the urban renewal program. The last SBA loan made in Carroll to a business displaced by urban renewal was made to the Carroll Theater. But, Kienapfel said, the loan to the theater was made in fiscal 1973. The total of all SBA loans in Iowa, the year-end report said, was 753 loans totalling $54.54 million. Regular business loans accounted for $42.49 million. S.mall business loans received in counties surrounding Carroll County included four in Audubon County for $280,000, four.in Calhoun for $103,500, seven in Guthrie County for $404,000, nine in Crawford County for $566,300, 15 in Sac County for $929,400 and three in Shelby County for $59,800. The report said nearly all loans were made by the banks in Iowa with an SBA guarantee. There were no loans made in six counties in Iowa during fiscal 1974, including Greene County. Wild as the swamps that spawned hen ^^She pumped HOT BLOOD HOT LEAD ALF ANIMAL.. ALL Mrs. Lux Complimented Mrs! Robert Lux was guest of honor at a baby shower given Thursday night by Mrs. Gene Schieffer and Mrs. Ida Shaw at the Schieffer home. Sixteen guests attended the surprise party. Cards were played for entertainment. Mrs. Darwin league and Mrs. Paul Quandt received high score prizes; low prizes went to Mrs. Lux and Mrs. Louis Lechtenberg. NOW PLAYING! New Officers Installed at PateoClub New officers of Pateo Club were installed at the club's monthly dinner meeting at Tony's Restaurant Thursday night. The 1974-75 slate includes Mrs. Jerry Nichols, president; Mrs. Merle Stevens, vice president; Mrs. Walter Liechti, secretary; and Mrs. Darwin Peterson, treasurer. They were installed by Mrs. Clarence Menke. Mrs. Nichols announced the following chairmen: Mrs. Harvey Fleshner, membership; Gayle Schleisman, liaison; Mrs. Lester Schleisman, historian; Mrs. Mary Johannsen, courtesy; Mrs. Harold Frey and Mrs. Ray Riesberg, social. Twenty-two women attended the meeting. Patriotic decorations were featured on the table. Mrs. Hilbert Koenig and Mrs. William H. Rust were the committee for the evening. Mrs. Johannsen received the door prize. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. William Frank, high, and Mrs. William Anderson, second. Carol Ahmann won high in court whist. The next meeting date is Aug. 8. Bride-elert is Given Shower Rosanne Snyder, who will marry Tom Nees on July 27, was entertained at a miscellaneous shower Thursday evening at the Kenneth Nees home. About 30 guests were present. Scrapbooks were made and given to the bride-elect. Prizes for games were won by Mrs. Alfred Snyder, Mrs. William P. Schenkelberg, Mrs. Rosie Burger, Mrs. Elmer Nees, Mrs. Lorin Baumhover and Kathy Burger. The honoree's colors, mint green and white, were carried out in decorations at the gift table. Mrs. Nees served lunch, assisted by her daughters. Queen Victoria sent some 500,000 pounds of chocolate as a Christmas present to British troops fighting the Boers in Africa, according to the National Geographic Society. THRU TUESDAY Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 BUTCH & THE KID s ARE BACK! Just for the fun of H! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS,. BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID' NOW PLAYING! TODAYS S ATURDAV * Eves, at 7:30 4 9:30 P.M. Sun. at 1:30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30 9:30 *" «* ffiSIGGESTDOG mm mm SUN., MON., TUES7 The Biggest - •—— \j ±j Howl \ Ever -Unleashed!! «** Eves. 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. at 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30" Many of his fellow officers consider him the most dangerous man alive- an honest cop. RMaNoraERpicn' NOW PLAYING! Escape Is Everything! STEVE mcQUEEn Dusnn PHPILLOn

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