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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, July 15, 1974
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CO Q Q. O O 3 rt- m 00 * — A z ^_ 7 C^> CD «r c: co -* CD" CD 1 ? •o Cello Recital by Sr. Steffes on July 19th Sr. Marcella Steffes, candidate for a master of fine arts degree at the University of Iowa, will give a cello recital Friday, July 19, 8 p.m. in Harper Hall. Accompanist will be Dr. Donald Jenni. The program will include sonatas by Beethoven, Vivaldi and Martinu, and the "Fantasiestucke" by Schuman. Sr. Marcella is a member of the music faculty of Viterbo College, La Crosse, Wis. She is currently on leave for graduate study and has been Calendar) 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 THURSDAY— Newcomers, 9:30 a.m., South Side Park New Bidders, Mrs. Roy Olson C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Donald Nelson 8 C's Club, Mrs. Leon Baumhover STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408'W. 7th Street Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Monday, July 15, 1974 *T IMIIMMIMflllltf IIMllMIIMIIItltlllMIIIIMMl studying cello with Charles Wendt. The sister is a graduate of Viterbo College and received a master of music degree from Eastman School of Music, Rochester, N.Y. She will resume her teaching position at Viterbo this fall. Reunion at Graham Park Forty-one relatives assembled at the Graham Park shelter house Sunday for the annual all-day reunion of the Daniel Wenck family. Mrs. Anna Carver of Carroll is the only living member of the family of ten children. Guests registered from San Diego, Calif.; Omaha, Neb.; Des Moines, Cherokee, Albert City, Havelock, Lake City, Lidderdale, Glidden and Carroll. Card Party at Clubrooms Eight games of pinochle were played at seven tables at the Golden Circle Club's general meeting Saturday night at the East Sixth Street clubrooms. Hostesses were Mrs. Aurora Mungon and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen. For the women, Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh received score prizes; men's winners were Joe Sanders and Leo Sellen. Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg received the traveling prize and William Meshek, tally prize. Miss Ruchti Bride Of David Schaefer We'll Have RIDICULOUS BUYS Wednesday, July 17 Discontinued Patterns Hallmark Party Goods PRICE Assorted CANDLES RINGS PRICE Assortment of POSTERS Desk Accessories Greeting Cards PRICE Helen's Hallmark Shop Westgate Mall - Carroll Newlyweds . . . Mr. and Mrs. Don Buswell Jr., shown following their June' 29 wedding at Holy Spirit Church here, are making their home in Carroll. She is the former Kathy Owen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Owen of Carroll. The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Buswell of Jefferson. Family Meet From 2 States CARNARVON - Mr. Lee Jansen of Deloit, his daughter and granddaughter of Pennsylvania were visitors in the Bilda Tiefenthaler home here Wednesday evening. Mrs. Lucille Mohr was a caller from Woodward. Mrs. Mohr of Woodward and Bilda Tiefenthaler were visitors in the Gene Boeckmans home at the Lake Wednesday night. ACCEPTS POSITION Rick Coins, son of Mr. and 'Mrs. Paul Coins, has accepted a position as an assistant national bank examiner in Sioux Falls, S.D. He reported Monday morning to the administration offices of the 9th National Banking Region in Minneapolis for a week's training session prior to beginning his work. Coins graduated May 11 from Creighton University, Omaha. AUXILIARY TO INSTALL Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, will install new officers for the coming year at its regular meeting Tuesday, July 16, at the Legion hall. Refreshments will be served after the meeting. Aside from the customary 24-hour day, a day can be defined as the time interval between the moments when a certain point in the sky, say a conveniently located star, is directly overhead. This is called sidereal time and is about 3 minutes 56 seconds shorter than a solar day. Jacqueline Ruchti, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ruchti of Carroll, became the bride of David Schaefer of Spencer in a 7 p.m. candlelight ceremony here July 13 in St. Paul Lutheran Church. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. John Schaefer, also of Carroll. The Rev. Timothy Koenig officiated at the double ring IN 'DEEP FREEZE' Navy Utilitiesman 2C Gregory L. Flesher, husband of Mrs. Luisa D. Flesher of Meyer Mobile Home Court, Carroll, participated in the celebration of the mid-winter day, June 21, at McMurdo Station in Antarctica. Flesher is serving with the winter crew of "Operation Deep Freeze 74," in support of scientific experiments related to the collection and diagnosis of weather data. He and the other members of the crew were commended for their support of the operation, via a message from President Richard M. Nixon, who also conveyed his "best wishes" for the mid-winter day. Greet Larsons With Coffee A reception to welcome the family of Rev. Ernest W. Larson, new minister of the First United Methodist Church of Carroll, followed church services Sunday morning. Approximately 110 attended and were served coffee, cake and punch. Larson assumed his duties at First United Methodist, June 30. Moon Walk Reunion Set Standard time is reckoned from Greenwich, England, which is recognized as the prime meridian of longitude. BIERL'S FUINITUM PAIKWAY CAIKT . . . DtAKIIIS ion of Correll It's just a Hop, Skip and Jump To The SHOE SAVINGS You'll FindOnThe Street and In Our Store RIDICULOUS DAY Wed., July 17 There will be shoes for every member of the family at SPECIAL LOW PRICES! ANDERSON Carroll SHOE STORE CAPE CANAVERAL, Fla. (AP) — Neil Armstrong will be reunited with astronauts Edwin Aldrin and Michael Collins on Tuesday in a commemoration of the fifth anniversary of the first moonwalk. Armstrong, mission commander and the first man to set foot on the moon; Aldrin, who also explored the moon; and Collins, who. circled the moon in the Apollo 11 mother ship, will arrive at Cape Canaveral tonight. The ceremonies will be held at the press site for Launch Complex 39, which will be dedicated as a national historic landmark. The excitement of the rocket's liftoff at 9:32 a.m. July 16, 1969, was followed by the dramatic moment on July 20 when Armstrong climbed down the ladder of the moonship to make the first human footprints on the dust of the moon. Big Drink The Amazon, the world's largest river, discharges an average of 4,000 billion gallons of water a day at its mouth — enough to provide the fresh water needs of New York City for over nine years. rite. The bride was given in marriage by her parents and attended by Dawnie Ruchti, Jill Bruner, Patty Else and Jane Klocke. Lori Schaefer was flower girl. Attending the groom were Gary Schaefer, Kenneth Schaefer, John Snyder and Tom Sporrer. Joel Ruchti was ring bearer. Ushers were Terry Ruchti and Steve Schaefer. Nuptial music was provided by Pam Jung and Maureen Ohde, organists, and Deb Richardson. Candlelighters were Janice Schaefer and Twyla Ruchti. The church was decorated with altar vases of white roses and lavender pompons. The bride appeared in a traditional white gown of nylon sheer, fashioned with a cathedral train and trimmed with pearls and Chant illy lace. The empire bodice had a high lace neckline and long sleeves; the A-line skirt was floor-length. She wore a long veil of silk illusion caught on a Chantilly mantilla. Her cascade bouquet featured white roses and lavender daisy pompons accented with purple statice. A-line frocks of lavender polyester crepe were worn by the maid of honor and bridesmaids. The dresses had V-necklines and puffed sleeves. The attendants carried colonial bouquets of white daisy pompons and purple statice. The candlelighters and flower girl, who carried lavender and purple flowers in her white basket, wore lavender flowered dresses styled with puffed sleeves. Immediately following the wedding, 300 guests were entertained at a reception at the Graham Park shelter house. The former Miss Ruchti graduated this spring from Carroll Community High School and has been employed at Tony's Restaurant. Mr. Schaefer, a 1969 Kuemper High School graduate, is employed by .Sernett Family Center at Spencer. After a week's western trip the couple will make their home at 129 East 21st Street, Spencer. Brief Respite From the Heat By The Associated Press Cool, Canadian air brought a brief respite from recent high temperatures Monday, holding high temperatures to the upper 80s over most of Iowa. The cool air flow will continue to keep the mercury in the 60s Monday night, but Tuesday will see the return of 90-degree readings and a slight chance of showers in eastern counties. Highs Sunday ranged from 85 at Spencer to 97 at Des Moines. Overnight lows were from 53 at Waterloo to 67 at Burlington. Future Bride . . . Leo J. Bolster of Carroll announces the engagement of his daughter Deanne to Rick Simons, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Simons of Glidden. The couple plans to be married in August. Entertain for Future Bride A prenuptial shower and brunch honoring Rosanne Snyder was given Saturday by Mrs. Robert Kloser, Mrs. William Schenkelberg Jr. and Mrs. Paul Snyder at the latter's home. Decorations were in Miss Snyder's wedding colors, green and white. Miss Snyder, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Snyder, will marry Tom Nees, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Nees, on July 27. Poll: Inflation Worst Problem PRINCETON, N.J. (AP) Forty-eight per cent of the 1,509 Americans interviewed by the Gallup Poll said they think inflation is the nation's most serious problem. Six per cent of those interviewed May 31-June 3 gave top priority to the energy crisis. Last January, the energy crisis was listed as the No. 1 problem by 46 per cent. In the January survey, 25 per cent of the respondents named inflation as their chief concern. Fifteen per cent of the participants in the most recent poll were more concerned with "dissatisfaction with and lack of trust in government;" 11 per cent listed corruption in government and Watergate" as the nation's most serious p „ r o b 1 e m ; ''crime-lawlessness" and "moral decline-lack of religion" received 4 per cent each; 3 per cent listed "drugs;" 19 per cent listed "other problems" and 4 per cent offered no opinion. IN THEATRE GROUP Bryce Bielmaier, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Bielmaier of Webster City and grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bielmaier of Carroll, is a member of the Iowa Junior Repertory Theatre of the University of Iowa, which will present two plays here on July 17. The first will be at 2 p.m. in downtown Carroll and the other, at 8 p.m. at the Graham Park band shell. Stork Baby Is Baptized Kelly Ann Stork, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Stork of Carroll, was baptized at Holy Spirit Church here Sunday afternoon by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo Lenz, V.F. Attending were her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Conrad Stork of Auburn and Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Rust of Carroll; her sister, Kimberly; Dave and Joyce Rust and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Rust. Mrs. Norbert Rust and Conrad Stork were sponsors. Lunch was served afterward at the Dale Stork home. Kelly Ann was born at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, July 1. Scherle Will Advance on House Group Congressman William J. Scherle (R-Iowa) will advance a minimum of four positions on the House Appropriations Committee, two Republican House leaders said today. U.S. Representative John Rhodes (R-Ariz.), the House minority leader, said Monday that Scherle will advance to at least tenth out of twenty-two Republicans on the Appropriations Committee, because of retirements or desires to seek other offices. Bill Scherle's experience on this panel makes him extremely qualified to take on his new responsibilities," Rhodes stated. "His rapid rise over the four years that he has been on the committee is quite remarkable." U.S. Rep. Elford Cederberg (R-Mich.), the ranking minority Member of the House Appropriations Committee, observed that "If Bill Scherle is returned, Iowa will be the state with the largest per cent of its House membership on the Appropriations Committee, of any state with over a five-member delegation.'' Congressman Scherle now serves on the Agriculture, Environmental; and Consumers Affairs and the H.U:D., Science, Space, and Veteran's Affairs Appropriation Sub-Committees. These two panels are responsible for 14 and 20 billion of federal spending. The full committee passes on all of the 304 billion that will be appropriated in this fiscal year. Ice Cream Social Held The annual ice cream social at the St. John's American Lutheran Church of Glidden provided a light supper, homemade pie and ice cream for 200 people, Sunday. Sponsored by the Luther League, church members supplied homemade pie and ice cream to raise funds for Luther League activities, assist in placing a sign on Highway 30 marking the church and encourage church fellowship. fINFLATION-FIGHTERS SALE! 1 INFLATION STOPS AT THE SINGER DOOR WE'RE CUTTING PRICES! TOUCH&SEW sewing machine WITH DESK/CABINET $ 70 OFF REG. PRICE This uilcnied machine has a wide range ol Imili-in stitches plus I 5 interchangeables, a built-in hultonholei, exclusive boll-loiich fabric teed,exclusive slant needle, all-dial controls, exclusive Smger* pushbutton front drop-in bobbin. FASHION MATE ZIG-ZAG sewing machine Model 252 Carrying case or cabinet extra SAVE Si •20.95 ' Reg. 119.95 SINGER Sewing Centers and participating Approved Dealers "por store nearest you. see the yellow pages under SEWING MACHINES. THRU TUES. July 16 Eves. 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 BUTCH & THE KID ARE BACK! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS. 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" SUN., MOM., TUES. Ev«. 7:30 1 9:30 Sun. From 1:30 Many of his fellow officers considered him . the most dangerous |man alive-an honest cop A PARAMOUNT RELEASE r^— DINO OE LAURENTHS Tt presents ' AL PACING i» M> Theatre LAKE CITY THRU TUESDAY lv»i. ol 7:00 t 9:00 Sun. Mat. at 2:00 Escape Is Everything! STEUEDUSTin WEED HOffmm ni.i FRANKLIN I.SCHAFFNER Mm PRMLUNI m li.ul.-iii.nV. ol Mil SINl.l K I OMHANY l,i|un*li! l-'.'lllll SIM.I K t UMHANV Ml Kn;m> Kr CARROLL DRIVE-IN — CRRROLL SUN. MOM., TUES. July 14- 16 At Dusk 'gave their all for the team! H iei^ PLUS "STUDENT TEACHERS"

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