Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 25, 1974 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, July 25, 1974
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Eagles Die' Reviewed At Meeting A speech by Rose Marie Schweers and a book review by Mrs. M. L. Collison were featured at the Carroll Toastmistress meeting Wednesday night at the Derby. Miss Schweers gave a speech entitled "Trifles," and described spring and summer activities of birds and other animal life observed in her back yard. Mrs. Collison reviewed the book "The Eagles Die" by George Merrick, an Austrian writer retired to the United States. The story dwells on the reign of Austrian emperor Franz Joseph and the culture of Vienna up to World War I. Toastmistress was Mrs. Harry Frank. Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen, president presided at the dinner meeting and welcomed Mrs. Joseph Russell as a new member. An arrangement of red and white roses decorated the table. Innvocation and the pledge to the flag was lead the Esther Juergens. She was also time keeper. Ethel Forrest, table topic mistress moderated discussions of classified news advertising. Participants were Mrs. Anna Harrington, Miss Schweers, U Theatre LAKE CITY July 24 thru 30th Ev««. 7 1 9:30 Sun. Mot. 7:00 P.M. gone i/ the romonce that UUQ//O divine: Lake City to Host Foreign Teachers LAKE CITY - Members of Woodlawn Christian Church here will host 43 foreign teachers from seven countries this weekend for the thirteenth time since 1964. The foreign teachers are part of the Association for World Travel Exchange, a non-profit organization run through New York City to provide inexpensive three to four week sightseeing tours of the United States. The tour will make Lake ROBERT IR6DFORD > mifi FRRROUU GR6RT GRT/BV Louise Florencourt and Mrs. Frank. A lesson on new words found in the 1974 dictionary was given by Mrs. Joe Pick. Individual evaluators were Miss Florencourt and Mrs. Harrington. Mrs. Halvorsen gave a general evaluation. Miss Juergens gave the closing inspiration. The next meeting will be August 28. The place of meeting will be decided at a later time. RETURN FROM ABROAD Mrs. Henry D. Johnson returned Tuesday from a 23 day trip to Scotland and the Netherlands. She was the guest of the Rev. and Mrs. James Murdoch and family at East Kilbride, Scotland. Mrs. Murdoch and Mrs. Johnson have been pen pals for the past 44 years. They spent eight days motoring in the Scottish highlands and July 19 met Heather, daughter of the Murdochs at Kingdom Upon Hull, England for a steamer trip to Rotterdam. From there they drove to Amsterdam. The Murdochs were enroute to Essen, West Germany to attend a world wide Christian Endeavor Conference. Mrs. Johnson returned to the United States from Amsterdam. City its only rural stop and church members will entertain the individuals Saturday and Sunday with farm tours, swimming pools and movie theaters as well as an "old fashioned" picnic Sunday noon at the Lake City park, sack races and nail pounding contests included. The teachers are from the Netherlands, Sweden, Poland, France, Belgium, West Germany and Thailand. Most are teachers in public schools, but one priest is included in the group. "They really see the American way of life," Mrs. Larry DeVries spokesman for the church, said. Among the past participants one Dutch school teacher will be spending his third three-week vacation here. "When they come to Lake City they say, 'Oh what are we going to do here' but they always enjoy themselves," Mrs. DeVries said. To Wed ... Irene Mayer of Evanston, 111. will become the bride of Michael Pierce of Chicago on August 10 at 1 p.m. at St. Mary's Church at Willey. She is the daughter of Mrs. Verna Mayer and the late Leo A. Mayer of Willey. Pierce is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Pierce of Chicago. 4-H Dress Revue Set at the Fair STARLINE BALLROOM Friday, July 26 the EDDIE HOWARD ORCHESTRA featuring NORMAN LEE With the Big Band Sound Dancing 9 P.M. to 1 A.M. The 4-H Dress Revue for the Four-County Fair will be Saturday July 27 at the Community Building at the Coon Rapids Fair Grounds. Judging will begin at 9 a.m. and a Passing Revue will be at 3 p.m. The revue is open to the public. The 47 girls participating in the Dress Revue and their clubs are: JUNIORS - Jalynn Schelle, Breda Happy Helpers; Carla Boes, Carroll Jollyettes; Kay Tunning, Dedham Go-Getters; Debbie Tunning, Dedham Go-Getters; Lora I Personals— Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Bruning were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Mueggenberg and their grandson Pat Mueggenberg. and Kathy Andrews all of Okarche, Ok'la. They came for the wedding of Linda Osterholt and Kenneth Hurley at Vail Saturday. The Brunings, Mueggenbergs and Mr. and Mrs. John Poss of Avoca, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ferd Osterholt and son Glen of Sioux City; Mr. and Mr 1 :. Albert Osterholt of Vail; and Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Broich of Carroll met at the Pin Oaks for Sunday dinner. The afternoon was spent playing cards at the Brunings' home. You can't SEE a Bank Auto Loan .... but you can FEEL it! It's felt in extra satisfaction, pleasure, added enjoyment, a feeling of confidence. Finance with us and see! NEW BANKING HOURS! , ,. , 9 a.m. — 5 p.m. Monday through Thursday 9 a.m. — 8 p.m. Friday 9 a.m. — Noon Saturday Each deposit Insured to $20.000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Hagemann, Grant Sheridan Jolly Janes; Sheryl Dopheide, Halbur Happy Lassies; Lisa Potthoff, Halbur Happy Lassies; Beth Brotherton, Manning Clovers; Paula Genzen, Manning Jr. Cadets; Lynn Andresen, Manning Jr. Cadets; Kristy Sailer, Manning Jr. Cadets; Becky Mohr, Manning Jr. Cadets;Joni Loew, Maple River Top Notchers; Janet Tiefenthaler, Mount Carmel Merry Makers; Denise Knee, Richland Busy Bees; Linda Pitzer, Union Cubs; Denise Wagner, Union Cubs; Charlene Irlmeier, Willey Merry Maids. INTERMEDIATES Carmen Schelle, Breda Happy Helpers; Jane Hulsing, Carroll Jollyettes; Jeanne Tigges, Dedham Go-Getters; Julie Hagemann, Grant Sheridan Jolly Janes; Joleen Riesberg, Halbur Happy Lassies; Julie Potthoff, Halbur Happy Lassies; Lori Gross, Manning Clovers; Janet Genzen, Manning Jr. Cadets; Kim Sailer, Manning Jr. Cadets; Laurie Vonnahme, Manning Sr. Cadets; Joni Siepker, Manning Sr. Cadets; Kristy Loew, Maple River Top Notchers; Pam Wieland, Mount Carmel Merry Makers; Traci Reever, Richland Busy Bees; Diane Wagner, Union Cubs; Mary Ann Halbur, Willey Merry Maids. SENIORS — Sue Millender, Carroll Jollyettes; Marilyn Heithoff, Dedham Go-Getters; Mary Hagemann, Grant-Sheridan Jolly Janes; Jo Ann Struve, Manning Clovers; Deb Mohr, Manning Sr. Cadets; Chris Toyne, Richland Busy Bees; Gloria Heithoff, Willey Merry Maids. SENIORS ELIGIBLE FOR STATE FAIR — Betty Venner, Breda Happy Helpers; Jill Escher, Manning Clovers; Mary Lou Rohe, Manning Sr. Cadets; Diane Julich, Maple River Top Notchers; Mardelle Bock, Union Cubs, Carol Danzer, Willey Merry Maids. Have a quick bite to eat on any day. MODEL MC1 1 Five Tables For Euchre There were five tables at Golden Circle for euchre Wednesday. High went to Mrs. Emma Vanderheiden and second high to Ernie Sanders. At the men's table Victor Wernimont received high, and Leo Sellen second high. Tally went to Martha Schenkelberg. Ray: Won't Raise Taxes If Returned DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Gov. Robert Ray, seeking reelection to an unprecedented fourth term, says he has "no intention of raising taxes" if he's returned to office. But if a tax hike became necessary to support growing demands of state government, Ray said he would first consider which taxes are the most progressive — placing the most burden on those with the greatest ability to withstand a tax increase. "I don't favor any increase in taxes," Ray told Drake University's Institute in State and Local Government Wednesday. But if required, "we would look at the income tax before any other one." He said he would also consider increasing the top tax bracket from the present $9,000, and raising the percentage of taxes that those in upper income levels pay, "I've fought against the sales tax because it is regressive," Ray said, adding that the same is true of a property tax. Ray also said he believes the office of lieutenant governor should be a made a fulltime job to allow that officeholder to become more involved in state government. Dr. Gradoville Named Delegate The Carroll Community School District Board of Education, meeting in special session at noon Wednesday, selected board president Dr. N. J. Gradoville to represent it at the directors' convention in Guthrie Center Aug. 6. The purpose of the convention is to elect the Area III director to the newly-formed Area Educational Agency (AEA). The AEA, formed by the Iowa Legislature when it abolished county school systems this spring, will take over auxiliary services, including special education, beginning July 1,1975. Carroll County education programs will be part of a nine-area Area XI agency. Area III takes in part of five counties and stretches from Winterset to Carroll. In other action, the board set its regular August meeting date for Aug. 9 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fairview Elementary School. Boy Drowns in Davenport Lake DAVENPORT, Iowa (AP)Brian Baker, 10, of Davenport, drowned at Harrah's Lake west of here Wednesday. Authorities said the boy was at the amusement park and recreation area with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Baker, when he disappeared. Scott County sheriff's officers recovered the boy's body from six feet of water about an hour and a half after he was reported missing. POTLUCK WEDNESDAY The Flower and Garden Club held a potluck supper meeting Wednesday at the Northwest Park. Eight members and two guests attended. A social hour followed the meal. The next meeting will be in September at the home of Mrs. Nick Wittry. For a quick meal or a snack you'll want to give a Thermador Microwave Range. The browning element provides that dome-to- perfection look. Put it in any convenient spot - indoors or out. Uses household outlets - 120 volts. \ Cart and dishes available separately. OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. Sunday 1 P.M. to 5 P.M. Service Pays . . . These two rural Roselle boys have found a way to earn money and clean up the roadside at the same time. Steve (left) and Glen Riesenberg get 15 cents a pound for aluminum cans they pick up. Steve, 7, and Glen, 5, are the sons of Ray and Betty Riesenberg. Amtrak Study is Proposed Farm exports contribute a net positive balance to U.S. trade of almost $10 billion. AMES, Iowa (AP)—A study to determine the feasibility of additional Amtrak rail passenger service in Iowa has been proposed to the Iowa Department of Transportation (DOT). The new DOT is charged by law with making a study dealing with passenger rail service in the state. Paul Heitman, head of the railway division of the Iowa Commerce Commission, met with DOT commissioners in Ames Wednesday to discuss IN TRAINING Naval Aviation Officer Candidate Randy E. Nees, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H,' Nees of Route 2, Carroll, reported to the Naval Air Station, Pensacola, Fla., for summer training. He is a member of the Aviation Reserve Officer Training Unit at Iowa State University, Ames. Upon completion of training, Nees will return to college to resume his studies. Social Services Signs New Pact DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— The Iowa Department of Social Services has signed a new contract with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Iowa to process claims for 123,000 lowans eligibile for Medicaid. The one-year contract went into effect July 1 and stipulates that Blue Cross-Blue Shield will be paid 99 cents per claim as a processsing charge. Medicaid is a tax-supported health care program for the medically indigent. Breakfast With Governor DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)—A statewide farm breakfast with Gov. Robert Ray will be held at the Living History Farms west of Des Moines Aug. 6. Disc Jockey Faces Charge DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)— Jim Davis, 27, Des Moines, was to be arraigned Thursday morning on a charge of inciting or advising the unlawful killing of another. Davis, a disc jockey for a Des Moines radio station, was arrested Wednesday after he allegedly hired a state agent to kill his wife, Mary Margaret Davis, said Craig Beek, director of the Iowa Bureau of Criminal Investigation. Davis teamed with Del Monico for an early morning radio show on station KIOA. various studies, particularly one pertaining to additional Amtrak service. Heitman said the three main routes across Iowa which would be considered for Amtrak service are: Chicago and North Western lines on a route from Clinton to the Council Bluffs area, running just north of Cedar Rapids through Marshalltown, Ames, Denison and Carroll; the Illinois Central Gulf Railroad from Dubuque through Waterloo and Fort Dodge to Sioux City; and the Milwaukee Roads line from Sabula to the Council Bluffs area. The Rock Island Lines, which runs through Des Moines, would not be ruled out of the study, Heitman said, but he noted the railroad is not part of the Amtrak system. The only Amtrak service through the state is the Burlington Northern route across southern Iowa from Burlington to below the Council Bluffs-Omaha area, Heitman said. Second Coin Sale at Roselle ROSELLE — The second Holy Angels parish coin auction will be held Friday, with coins in series 21-60 going on the block. The first auction was held July 12 and the final one will be part of the Roselle Centennial weekend, Aug. 16. The Roselle Centennial Committee will sell the ".999 fine silver coins" at 9:30 p.m. at the Roselle Parish Hall. The auction is part of "Las Vegas Night," which includes games and refreshments beginning at 8 p.m. INs DAILY DINNER SPECIALS RELAX . . . Dine or Snack Roast beef dinner'' !••" cream soda? Wo'll serve you \vh;ue\vr turns your taste buds on in a friendly, relaxed atmosphere. RPPllflnCECEflTER' PAULINE'S CAFE Hwy. 71 South Bachmans Honored For Fortieth Year Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bachman celebrated their 40th wedding anniversary with a Mass of Thanksgiving at 7 p.m. Saturday and a Sunday afternoon reception. The mass was said at Holy Spirit church by Msgr. Leo Lenz. Debra and Doris Badding, granddaughters carried the gifts during the mass. Their grandchildren gave them a corsage and boutonniere. After the mass Mrs. Carrie Prenzler, Mrs. Bachman's mother entertained a few relatives. A reception for 40 friends and relatives was given Sunday afternoon by Mr. and Mrs. David Badding at their home near Arcadia. A three tier cake trimmed in red and white decorated with "40" centered the main table. The cake was cut by Denice Badding. A buffet lunch was served by Mrs. Joe Schroeder and Mrs. Art Schroeder. The couple received many gifts and cards. Relatives and friends attending were from Arcadia, Breda, Wall Lake, Auburn, Carroll and Odebolt. Muller Takes New School Post AUDUBON — Robert Muller, administrative assistant in the Audubon Community School district for the last eight years, has resigned to become superintendent of schools at Sergeant Bluffs, la. Before coming to Audubon Muller was superintendent of schools in the Paton-Churdan school system. Muller and his wife, Florence, have been active in church and community activities here. Boone Cycle Rider is Killed BOONE, Iowa (AP)—John Cherveny, 20, of Boone, was killed late Wednesday in the collision of his motorcycle and a car at a Boone street intersection. Each Eve. 7:00-9:15 Cont. Sun. From 2:00 f 7 ACADEMY 1 m PAUL ROBERT IMCWMAIN REDTORD NOW THRU SAT. July 27 Hi ONLY , STRIKES ONCE Calendar THURSDAY- Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., 'IPS F.O.B. Club, Erna Langmeier STOP Club, 408 West 7th ^Street Jaycee-Ettes, 8 p.m. at Court House FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY- Golden Circle TUESDAY- E.S.P. Club Golden Circle bridge High Bidder WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre Legion Auxiliary picnic 6:30 p.m. Legion hall REYNOLDS IN WHITE LIGHTN1 ^CARROLL i. DRIVE-IN — CARROLL NOW THRU JULY 27 Starts at dusk Dual Ghoul Chill Show! • • MBTHl MONSTER Bum HELL Ptinuby MC*.«*IO InOKX r «'**"<»« CAPTAIN YAMMRE KAREN'S BEAUTY NOOK DEDHAM, Iowa Will OPEN On Monday, July 29 1 block south and 1 block east of Skelly Station Hours: Mon. afternoon thru Saturday This Week Phone 683-3221 after 5:30 for appointments. KAREN KLUVER, (Formerly of Hannosch Beauty Shop)

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