Vows are Exchanged at Manning MANNING — Sacred Heart Catholic Church in Manning was the setting for a double ring marriage ceremony uniting Karen R. Dentlinger and Donol H. Landrie at 1 p.m. July 13. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. John P. Dentlinger of Manning and Mr. and Mrs. William H. Landrie of Omaha, Neb. The wedding was performed by the Rev. Norbert Weber, M.S.C., before an altar graced with pink daisies, roses and yellow mums. Miss Dentlinger chose an empire-waisted bridal gown of white satin overlaid with lace. It featured three gathered tiers at the hemline and long lace sleeves; daisy lace trimmed the tiers and neckline. The gown was made by her sister, Mrs. Robert Flower of Omaha, who was matron of honor. The bride's bouquet consisted of white carnations and pink roses. Mrs. Flower and the bridesmaids, Peggy Dentlinger and Nancy Landrie, wore identical floor-length dresses of floral-flocked polyester in mint green, pink and yellow, ANOTHER BIRTHDAY? Help celebrate with a Hallmark card. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, July 16, 1974 STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll respectively. The frocks were designed with ruffled collars, fitted midriffs and Victorian sleeves. Their bouquets held carnations matching their dresses and pink roses. James O'Connell was best man and John Peklo and Chuck Maitland, groomsmen. All are of Omaha. Guests were ushered by Ray Dentlinger of Early and Brian Landrie of Omaha. A reception was held at the American Legion hall following the ceremony. After a week's trip to the Black Hills the couple will live in Omaha, where the bride is employed by Mutual of Omaha and her husband, by Kryger Glass Company. Mrs. Landrie is a 1969 graduate of Manning High School. The groom graduated the same year from St. Cecilia's High School, Omaha. Entertain at Nursing Home St. Paul Lutheran Women's Guild held its monthly residents' birthday party at the Carroll Manor Monday afternoon. Honored for their July birthdays were Mrs. Catherine Obermeier of Audubon and Wendell Hacker of Templeton. Hostesses were Mrs. Darwin Bunger and Michelle, Mrs. Emma Bauer and Mrs. Albert Janssen. Rachel, Rita and Lori Harmening entertained with guitar music. Birthday cake, punch and coffee were served to all residents at the nursing home. Mrs. Roy Heuton, Mrs. Walter Mohr and Mrs. Reese Abbe baked and decorated the cakes. CLUB HAS PICNIC The Round Robin Club of Lake City held its family picnic Sunday at the north shelter house at Swan Lake State Park. Fourteen club members were included in the group of 35. Massachusetts was a pioneer in the manufacture of textiles and shoes and in creation of specialized machinery for them. 4 Annual Public 33 on Dean's " Novena to Be Rosler al ISU Held at Vail Values for Carrolland Families to Grow On! Products everyday deliver VAIL — Masses with recitation of the novena prayer will be held daily at 7 a.m. and 8 p.m. at St. Ann's Church here during the annual public novena to St. Ann, which begins July 18 and ends on St. Ann's feast day, July 26, according to the Rev. Harold Cooper, pastor. The pastor extends an invitation to all friends of other parishes to join St. Ann's congregation in making the novena and attend the masses. "The nine days of special prayer in union with Jesus at Holy Mass and Communion represents a form of perseverance in prayer that has been especially blessed by God and His Church down through the ages," Fr. Cooper stated. REUNION SET GLIDDEN — The annual Peters, Jansen, Knute and Gross family reunion will be held Sunday, July 28, at the Glidden Park. A picnic dinner will be served at noon. Pedestrian Safety Award The City of Carroll has again been named a recipient of the American Automobile Association's annual pedestrian safety award. The AAA announced Tuesday that 52 Iowa cities were awarded honors during the association's 35th annual contest. Six of the Iowa cities placed among the top award winners throughout the country, according to Dan McCarthy, safety manager of the AAA Motor Club of Iowa. Cedar Falls was awarded a special citation for pedestrian program activities, and Cherokee was selected for a special citation for pedestrian program improvement. Ames, Davenport, Des Moines and Jefferson were cited for special citations for their casualty records. Carroll's award this year marks the 13th consecutive year the city has gone without a pedestrian fatality. The AAA program, the only one of its kind in the country, aims at focusing national and local attention on pedestrian safety needs by recognizing cities which 1 have shown superior achievement in their pedestrian death and injury records, McCarthy said. He added that pedestrians account for nearly 50 per cent of all traffic fatalities in most major urban metropolitan areas. A total of 33 area students were named to the Dean's List for the spring quarter at Iowa State University. Dean's list students are those who have achieved a grade-point average of 3.5 or better (4 is A) while carrying at least 15 credit hours of academic work. The students are: Nancy Evans, Distributed Studies; Daniel Moeckl, Farm Operation; John Rasmussen, Science; Diane Shupe, Elementary Education; Norma Talbot, Zoology all of Audubon; James Venner, Animal Science (Pre-Vet), Breda. Monica Balk, Urban Planning; Arthur Behrens, Preparation for Veterinary Medicine; Kathleen Clark, Child Development; Frank Comito, Industrial Administration; Robin Evans, Women's Physical Education; Barbara Gronstal, Preparation for Human Medicine; Carol McDonald, Psychology; Randy Nees, Economics; Alma Nieland, English; Sharon Onken, Plant Pathology; Robert Reineke, Industrial Administration; William Schools, Computer Science; Robert Tegels, Mathematics; and Robert Waters, Political Science all of Carroll. Janell Eischeid, Engineering Science and Leon Naberhaus, Mathematics both of Halbur; Mary McLaughlin, Elementary Education; Scott Ren/e, Farm Operation; Lynn Venteicher, Forestry all of Manning; Steven Kennedy Sociology, Marc Meyer, Animal Science both of Lake View; Joann Lewis, Child Development; Patricia McCollough, Elementary Education; Kendall Vonglan, Farm Operation all of Westside. Danny L. Pudenz, Civil Engineering, Auburn; Nancy Eickman, Chemistry; and Jan Thorp, Home Economics Education both of Coon Rapids. Proves She Can Do Man's Work Wei Entertain For Visitors 3 Landmarks in U.S. Register IOWA CITY, Iowa (AP)— The National Register of Historic Places has added three Iowa places to its list of sites included in the Register, the State Historic Preservation Program said Monday. The landmarks are: The Jonathan Clark Conger House, a 23-room mansion once the social and political center in Washington County; the Bowma n Livery Stable in downtown Muscatine, located in the city's urban renewal district; and the site of the Spring Branch Butter Factory, located three miles southwest of Manchester where butter produced in 1876 was awarded a gold medal at the U.S. Centennial Exhibition in Philadelphia, Pa. Shaw to Head Nevada Schools NEVADA, Iowa (AP)—Kenneth Shaw. 39, superintendent of the Midland Community School District, was named superintendent of the Nevada schools on Monday. He succeeds Dr. Clark Stevens, who resigned to take a post at Marion. By Ken Carlson Clinton Herald CLINTON, Iowa (AP)— Jeanne Andresen has apparently proved she can hold her own against male workers. Mrs. Andresen is a "kettle man' 1 for a Clinton construction firm, but don't refer to her as a women's liberationist—a term she detests. "I think some women do a man's job to uphold women's liberation," she said. "But I don't." Sue Board on Closed Meetings BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP)— The Burlington Hawk-Eye Co. and three of its employes have sued the Burlington School Board in an effort to prevent the board from allegedly holding illegal closed meetings. The suit seeks to force the board to provide the public with the same information the board receives. ' The company publishes the Burlington Hawk Eye daily newspaper. The other three plaintiffs are newspaper publisher John McCormally, managing editor James Hitch and school reporter Frank Bowers. They maintain the board has held closed door sessions that don't comply with the state's open meeting statute, and that the board has not notified the public, as required by law, about pending committee meetings. BERNHOLTZ BROS Phone 792-4242 Closed Saturday Afternoon Carroll Carroll's Only Home-owned Dairy Distributor Also, we sell Eggs, Meats and Butter CORRECTION Foam BABY CRIB MATTRESS To Fit 6 Year Crib 1 Only Priced At $595 WITT HARDWARE Settle Strike at Case Plants BURLINGTON, Iowa (AP)— Work resumed Monday night following settlement of a week-old strike against the J.I. Case Co. by the United Auto Workers, company officials said. The accord was reached Monday and affected 6,800 employes at Case's farm equipment plants in Burlington and Bettendorf, Iowa, Rock Island, 111., Terre Haute, Ind. and Racine, Wis. Details of the three-year contract were not revealed. Draft Chief in Des Moines DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Byron Pepitone, director of the Selective Service System, was scheduled to be in Des Moines Tuesday to study the agency's Iowa operations. Currently, the Selective Service System does not have authority to draft men into military service, but it continues to maintain an inventory of available men. Draft registration is required of males reaching the age of 18, and the lottery system determines the priority of liability, officials said. "The man is the boss. The woman has her place. But women's lib is a bunch of bunk. I think it is terrible." Mrs. Andresen, 32, is the mother of three children and a 1960 graduate of Clinton's DeWitt Community High School. She's also a former beautician and bookkeeper. Her coworkers at Fuller Brothers Building Contractors refer to her as a kettle man. Attired in jeans, boots and work shirt, she filled a bucket with steep asphalt heated to 550 degrees. Then she hoisted the bucket 30 feet on a rope to a man who placed the liquid on a roof. She repeated the task for eight hours without complaint. She also has another task- putting siding on buildings. "When you work at this job, you've got to have muscle." "But when I try to put a plank on a ladder jack, I wonder where my muscles are. That's a little tough for me to do." Mrs. Andresen said she doesn't care if her job means a few minor aggravations, such as gouging her hand, slivers in her fingers, or shot fingernails. But she said the occupation— she dislikes being cooped up at indoor jobs—wasn't part of her plan. She said her future husband, who asked that his name not be used, taught her the tricks of her new trade. Her boyfriend has placed her at this outdoor job in favor of men who have failed as kettle men. One worker hoisted a bucket of asphalt to the roof in such a hurry that the boiling liquid spilled onto the side of a building, she said. Another kettle man didn't wear a shirt and spilled steaming asphalt on his stomach. She said her boss has tried more than 12, men at her job. But a majority of them didn't hold a kettle to this woman. COON RAPIDS — Caroline and Henry Gruber gave a dinner at their home here Monday night honoring Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Gruber and sons John, Richard and Brian of Portage, Wis. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gruber of Bagley; Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Gruber, Mark, Marty, Mollie, Timmie and Tom, and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Lengel of Coon Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter of Dedham; and Mrs. George Gruber and Gregory of Carroll. 55 Drownings In Iowa So Far DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Seven persons were drowned in Iowa waters during the weekend, bringing the 55 the number of drownirigs in the state this year. State Conservation officials said Monday the number apparently is running ahead of 1973 when the total for the entire year was 82. Grain Prices Soar as Heat Wave Continues Couple From Las Vegas Visits Auburn AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Mai Brinker of Las Vegas, Nev. visited the home of Mrs. Leo Brinker, Mr. Brinker's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Ora Schulte returned Saturday from a week's fishing trip in Minnesota. Mrs. Dave Brend, Melissa and Tim and Mrs. C. M. Bean were Friday afternoon guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eccles and sons of Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. 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Plenty of colors to choose from. Many are machine washable, tumble dry, for the most in easy care. CATALOG PHONE 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mem., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 9:00-9:00 Wed. & Fri. 1:00-5:00 Sunday OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES TILL 9 - SUNDAYS 1 to 5 IJfclS MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Grain prices increased on the central Iowa cash market and on the Chicago futures market again Monday as torrid temperatures and dry weather continued to threaten the state's corn and soybean crops. In the Des Moines area, cash prices were up 10 cents a bushel for corn, while soybean prices advanced as much as 21 cents a bushel. Corn exceeded the $3 level in Iowa, and in Chicago the July soybean contracts closed at $6.61. The Chicago Board of Trade futures market Monday duplicated the Friday session when soybeans hit the 20-cent limit increase early as July corn contracts closed from SVfc cents to the 10-cent maximum. The higher prices mirrored increases of about 20 to 25 per cent in the past 60 days—the period in which farmers have been plagued with a wet planting season, followed by unusually high temperatures and a dry period. The Iowa Crop and Livestock Reporting Service said Monday the state's corn crop is almost totally dependent on sub-soil moisture. The state has had five consecutive weeks of below normal rainfall. District Post in Rotary to Dr. Lynn Curry Dr. Lynn D. Curry, past president of the Carroll Rotary Club, has been elected district world community service chairman, it was announced Monday night at the club's meeting at Tony's Restaurant. His appointment was by R. Lynn Johnson of Chariton, governor of District 600. The committee will establish programs with clubs in other countries. President Cecil Menke was in charge of the program which consisted of a general discussion by members on topics of community interest. Entries Due in Corn and Bean Contest Entries for the 1974 Kiwanis corn and soybean yield contest have been coming in, according to Gary Bluhm, chairman. High winds and hot temperatures throughout the past week have dried out the topsoil at a rapid rate, Bluhm said. However, there appears to be fair subsoil moisture. Additional moisture would be welcome in all parts of the county as corn is starting to tassel and filling ears, he added. The contest is similar to last year's; the entry fee is $10 for the local contest and an additional $4 for those desiring to enter the state contest. Only those harvesting according to the rules will be eligible for awards. Awards will again be made for first, second and third in the corn and soybean contest. Application blanks are available at elevators and farm supply dealers in the county. Farmers also may make applications at the Perry Production Credit Association branch office in Carroll. Fortieth Year Is Noted by Leo Koenigs HALBUR - The 40th wedding anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Leo Koenig ol Halbur, which is July 16, was noted here during the pasi weekend. A mass for their intention was celebrated Saturday evening at St. Augustine Church. Sunday's events included a potluck dinner and supper at the Halbur shelter house. The couple's children attending were Mr. and Mrs. Don Heilman and family of La Crosse, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. James Koenig and family of Cudahy, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Whitt and family of Roswell, N.M.; Mrs. Linda Beyerink and family and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gute and family of Glidden; and Kristy Koenig of Halbur. Their other children, who are overseas and could not come for the celebration, include Sgt. Michael Koenig and Mr. and Mrs. Darryl Eberhart and Jill of Athens, Greece; Sgt. Lawrence Koenig of Ulm, Germany; and Sp. 4 Randall Koenig of Berlin, Germany. Other relatives present for the anniversary observance were from Breda, Lohrville, Carroll, Cedar Rapids and Halbur. RETURN FROM EAST BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Vonnahme have returned from Columbia, Md., where they had gone after receiving word that their daughter, Mrs. Gerald Gross, was ill. She underwent major surgery at Columbia Medical Center Hospital shortly after their arrival. Mr. and Mrs. Gross, Michael and Kathy recently moved into a newly-built home at 6184 Prophecy Place, Columbia, 21045. 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 FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle 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" »— m • SUI I " • offic r ! , I" la SUN., MON., TUES. Evil. 7:30 I 9:30 Sun. From 1:30 Many of his fellow officers considered him the most dangerous i alive-an honest cop * PARAMOUNT RELEASE r-*— OINO OE LAURENTIIS H presents L=-! ALPACINO 199 U Theatre LAKE CITY . THRU TUESDAY Evet. at 7:00 i 9:00 Sun. Mat. at 2:00 Escape Is Everything! STEVE DUSTin imcquEEnHommm m.i FRANKLIN I.SCHAFfNER Mm pmium m CARROLL DRIVE-IN — CARROLL SUN. MON., TUES. July 14 - 16 At Dusk (gave their all for the team! ' " ui^i PLUS "STUDENT TEACHERS"
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