Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 18, 1974 · Page 4
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3rd Enrichment Course Under Way The third annual four-week Enrichment Program is in progress at the St. Angela convent in Carroll this month. Sponsored by the Franciscan Community it began July 1 and will continue through July 26. Approximately 50 sisters and laywomen are enrolled in the six classes. The classes, aimed at continuing education for many of the sisters who have already received a Master's degree, include educational games, "Man's Quest for God," sewing, needlecraft, "American Indians Today" CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg.—Carroll with guest speaker Reuben Snake and Franciscan Community History. The only summer program of this type offered in the Sioux City diocese, participants include women from the Carroll area as well as Harper, Westpoint, Cedar Rapids, Superior, Wis. and La Crosse, Wis. Club Meets For Euchre Six tables were in play at the Golden Circle euchre group's weekly party at the clubrooms Wednesday night. For the women, Mrs. Ed Hannasch won high prize and Mrs. Esther Luchtel and Mrs. Harry Laurinat tied for second. Leo Sellen and Albert Baumhover won men's high and second. The tally prize went to Mrs. Vitus Schechinger. Culver Rakes Stanley Tactics CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (AP)—Rep. John Culver, D- lowa, says he is considering filing an unfair campaign practices complaint against his opponent for the U.S. Senate, David Stanley of Muscatine. Culver said he is considering the move as a result of remarks by Stanley at a number of appearances. Stanley has charged Culver with not making full disclosure of his personal finances which Culver contends he has. -Staff Photo The Ticklingbug ... a character in the children's show "Mrs. Old and the Ticklingbug," brought youngsters in the audience into the action Wednesday as she performed her tickling duties on some of the children. The Iowa Junior Repertory Theatre performed two plays here Wednesday in connection with Ridiculous Days. The Ticklingbug show was put on in the downtown area in the afternoon, and "The Magic Picture" was performed in the evening at the band shell in Graham Park. The Iowa Junior Repertory Theatre is a five-week theatre training program for high school students under the direction of the University of Iowa theatre faculty. BIG DEALS DINING ROOM available luncheons, parties, 792-9101 tor meetings, business card clubs, .'-.ears 60. Phrv i! Catering service available. FISH SPECIAL Every Friday—3 - 'JO p.m. All You Can Eat $1.33 PAULINE'S CAFE Hi-way 71 South ELECTED TO BOARD Glen F. Grow, Greene County Supervisor and past president of the Iowa State Association of Counties, was elected Thursday to the board of directors of the National Association of Counties, a non-profit service organization for county government, headquartered in Washington, D.C. Grow was elected by the more than 1100 delegates attending NACo's convention which is being held in Miami Beach, Florida this year. Personals- Mrs. Keith Warren and daughter Shannon have returned to their home at Garner, N.C., after spending two weeks at Willey with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Broich. They came especially for the July 6 wedding of her sister, Sue Broich, and Denny Riesselman. Calendar 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 WOMEN AT THE WHEEL NEW YORK (AP) — There are more than four million recreational vehicles currently owned in the United States and, according to Rand McNally's newly published "Recreational Vehicle Handbook," 60 per cent of the rental and purchase decisions about such vehicles are made by women. The average family who owns one spends 34 days a year (including one 15-day trip) camping out with its recreations vehicle, the handbook reports. This is Towles Old Master Month! 25% OFF ON OLD MASTER STERLING FLATWARE 25% OFF ON OLD MASTER SILVERPLATED HOLLOWARE OR 50%® 25% OFF ON TRADE IN OF YOUR STERLING FLATWARE FOR OLD MASTER Towle's Old Master is one of the all time best selling sterling patterns in the country. For years, women of all ages have been enchanted by the grace of line and restrained richness of this traditional design classic. Now, for one month only, you may purchase Old Master sterling flatware at 25% off the regular retail price. In addition, you may purchase matching pieces in Old Master Embossed and Old Master Sculptured silverplated holloware at the same 25% savings. Old Master silver- plated holloware is beautifully designed, carefully crafted and heavily silverplated. We have a large selection of trays, bowls and buffet serving pieces to choose from. If you are disenchanted with your present sterling flatware, now is the time to exchange it for Towle's Old Master. We'll replace your old sterling piece-for-piece or with an equivalent piece in Old Master. We'll accept any sterling pattern regardle'ss of brand, age or monograming. Each piece that you trade in will entitle you to a 50% deduction from the regular retail price of the replacement piece you purchase. PLUS, an additional 25% discount during Old Master month. Don't delay. Come in today and take advantage of this limited time offer on Towle's Old Master. Sale Ends July 31, 1974 3-Piocc Place Soiling 'eg Si'3 50 snle S70.I3 32-Pioce Service lor Eight reg SlOO-t sale $753 Old Master Sculptured Trays sale S30 00 • v ~\ *- *-. • - ^.- '^ OM Master Cmlmsscd o Bowl. I pi ore iog S^ 00 salo SIS 7y Summer Store HOURS: 9-5 Monday to Thursday 9-9 Friday - 9-2 Saturday JEWELRY WESTGATE MALL - Carroll Phone 792-2878 STOP Club, 7 p.m., 7th Street 408 W. FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle Astrology Friday, July 19,1974 Bernice Bede OSD ARIES (March 21-April 19) It's to your advantage to press for a close on issues that are of importance to you at this time. Then you can move on to new projects. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) Today will offer some surprises. They'll cause you to alter your course a bit. The change will later prove to be favorable. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) An unusual set of conditions will develop that will enable you to wipe out an old obligation over the coming month. CANCER (June 21-July22) An interesting challenge is in store for you. It will take you off in a new direction. Give it your best — it'll be worth it. LEO (July 23-Aug. 22) Discard without looking back encumbrances that you've learned from experience benefit neither you nor those you've tried to help. VIRGO (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) Over the next few weeks you'll be giving lots of your time to an interest you've felt was beyond your reach until now. LIBRA (Sept. 23-Oct. 23) You're entering a favorable achievement cycle. Before it ends, a goal that is important to you will be attained. SCORPIO (Oct. 24-Nov. 22) Something will occur that will change your outlook considerably. The new perspective will allow you to see a broader picture. SAGITTARIUS (Nov. 23-Dec. 21) This is a good time to check up on those who owe you old obligations. Let them know you'd like them cleared up now. CAPRICORN (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) A condition will be eliminated that has held you back lately. It has prevented you from getting something you've wanted badly. AQUARIUS (Jan. 20-Feb. 19) If you were to start on an exercise program now, you'd be likely to stick with it until you got the results you want. CARROLL THRU SAT. July 20 STARTS AT DUSK 4-H News HALBUR — The Halbur Happy Lassies 4-H Club met in the school gym on July 15th at 6:30 p.m. Peg Hacker, president called the meeting to order. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Karen Wittrock. Roll call was "Name an Accessory." The concession stand and the August picnic were discussed. The meeting closed with the 4-H Pledge led by Jane Wittrock. Talks were given by Jane Halbur on, "Shoes and You," and members who went to camp and to the beach party spoke on, "What They All Did." Demonstrations were given by Anna Mae Rotert and Peg Williams on "Making a Shortie Gown," by Denice Riesselman and Jean Halbur on, "Casing for Elastic," and a 4-H Fair senior demonstration was given by Julie Potthof f and Peg Hacker on, "Through the Magic Window." Hostesses were Pam Bruch and Denise Riesenberg. Their mothers, Mrs. Paul Bruch and Mrs. LaVern Riesenberg assisted. Seven visitors were present. A Dress Revue was held before the meeting. Winners were Juniors — Sharyl Dopheide. Intermediate and Seniors — Jo Riesberg. The annual achievement show was held at 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. on July 15th. Blue ribbon winners were: Juniors — Mary Kay Eischeid, Nancy Buelt, Jean Halbur, Sharyl Dopheide, Denice Riesselman, Corinne Heinen, Karen Wittrock, Jane Wittrock, and Lisa Potthoff; Intermediate and Seniors — Peg Williams, Lisa Halbur, Susie Potthoff, Sue Ann Eischeid, Joyce Rotert, Pam Bruch, Marcia Eischeid, Julie Buelt, Gail Riesberg, Betty Wittrock, Lu Ann Eischeid, Renee Eischeid, Anna Mae Rotert, Maria Eischeid, Julie Potthoff, Peg Hacker, and Jo Riesberg. Red ribbon winners were: Juniors — Brenda Potthoff. Intermediate and Seniors — Pam Bruch, Lu Ann Eischeid, and Marcia Eischeid. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, July 18, 1974 101 Sunday . . . Joseph Wiederhold of Carroll, who resides at the St. Anthony Nursing Home, will be 101 years old Sunday, July 21. Members of his family expect to celebrate the day with him. Tucson Couple Visits Arcadia ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. William Andersen of Tucson, Ariz, and Mrs. Treska Andersen returned to Arcadia Wednesday after a week's trip to the Ronald Andersen home in Chicago. Enroute, they visited the Alan Chapmans in Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Anderson at Moline, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Allen Anderson and Lisa of Lincoln, Neb. were weekend visitors in the Elvin Anderson home to celebrate both Mr. and Mrs. Anderson's birthdays this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Corman of Burlington and Mr. and Mrs. Mac McGaw, Angela and Kim of Dallas City, 111. were weekend guests in the Joe Corman home. Business Briefs Dave Hopper, manager of the Carroll Gibson Discount Center, was honored at a farewell party at the Breda shelter house Saturday evening by his employees. Hopper is being promoted to the position of a district manager and will assume his new duties later this week. He will continue to make his home in Carroll. Dave Neuroth, manager of the Farmers Cooperative Company in Halbur was among a group of farm cooperative managers making an inspection tour of the new 535 acre Land 0'Lakes Answer Farm near Fort Dodge. The tour marked the first time the farm has been shown in its completed state. ON UNI LIST The spring semester dean's list at the University of Northern Iowa includes 18 students from the Carroll area. A grade point of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale in at least 14 hours of academic work during the semester is required to be included in the list. The students are: Kathryn Campbell and Rebecca Hofer of Audubon; Gail Friedman, Barbara Jessen, Joan Menke, Marjorie Montgomery, Mary Neumayer, Susan Ohde, Debra Schenkelberg and Susan Staiert all of Carroll; William Axman, Cathy Pletchette and James Von Bon all of Dedham; James Dobler, Kent Rutz and Jennifer Zerwas all of Manning; John Richardson, Scranton and Marikay Klocke, Templeton. PISCES (Feb. 20-March 20) Someone you'll be meeting socially will become more than just a casual acquaintance. An interesting bond will develop. YOUR BIRTHDAY July 19,1974 This will be a year of fresh beginnings in several vital areas. Much of promise lies ahead to be discovered by you as the year unfolds. STREISAND a BEDFORD TOGETHER! /HQ WILL SURVIVE? ISWAMP BEHIND HtllAHfAD! TOR BAIT PLUS CO-HIT "A MAN CALLED NOON" FARM CREDIT We lend for every phase of farming, breeder, feeder, seed, fertilizer, soil conservation, modernization, you name it. Come talk it over. NEW BANKING HOURS! 9 a.m. — 9 a.m. — 9 a.m. — y nv/w»i\j: . 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday 8 p.m. Friday Noon Saturday Each deposit taiured to $20,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK

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