Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on February 25, 1976 · Page 6
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Tin Lizzie' Is Topic for PEO Program Mrs. Joseph 'Russell, presented a program titled "The Tin Lizzie" at a meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.Q., Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Emmett Lahr. She described what the world was like in 1908 when the "Tin Lizzie," or Model T Ford v came out, until 1927, when the last was built. She asserted that the "Tin Lizzie.',' is not really dead — it lives in the hearts and minds of many people. Collecting them, either to display or restore, has become a hobby. '\., Mrs. Russell also talked about how the cars were first built. She noted that Henry Ford started the production line, which was in full operation in 1913. Prior to that time each car was completely built by a group of men. Ford also was responsible for the $5 pay for an eight-hour day. In 1908 the pay was $2.36 for a nine-hour day. In 1927 Ford built over 9,000 cars in one WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE , X-PEL Exmi water in ttw body due to build up of preiriemtrual period can be uncomfortable,' X- Ml ... a mild diuretic, will help" you leie excett body water, weight. Only $2.67 -60 tablet!. We recommend It. ' GIBSON'S Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Wcdntwfay, Feb. 25, 1976 lltltMlltlltlllfltlMMt' day, a record that stood for 30 years. Mrs. Lahr and her co-hostess, Ellen Clark, served lunch from a table decorated with white candles. Mrs. Russell and Mrs. Gordon Wade poured tea and coffee. The chapter will meet next at Mrs. G.A. Minnich's home, April 13. (Calendar j WEDNESDAY— County Legion Auxiliary, Glidden City Hall Flower and Garden Club, Ella Platt Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. James Collison Toastmistress, Derby Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— New Bidders, Mrs. Donald Dreessen Triple C, Mrs. Larry Kurd E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Ray , Riesberg F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Leonard Pietig, Pauline's Cafe Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. LJR. Chapman New Deal, Mrs. Fred Ortner 8 C's Club, Mrs. Paul .Venteicher : STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7thSt. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Women Hosted Their Card Clubs Tuesday To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. James E. Vanderheiden Jr. of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter, Teri Lee, to Michael Warren Salmons', son of Mr. and Mrs. Warren H. Salmons of Lockport, N.Y. The wedding is set for July 31 at St: Lawrence Church in Carroll. Miss Vanderheiden and her fiance are seniors at Upper Iowa University, Fayette. Discussion Held at ESA Mrs. Norman Bluml moderated an open discussion of family problems and crises during a social meeting of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority Tuesday. Ten members attended the meeting at the home of Mrs. Frank Comes, who served dessert at the close of the evening. A business meeting is scheduled for March 9. Mrs. Mary Johannsen entertained the A.B.C. CLUB at her home, with Carol Ahmann as an additional guest for the afternoon. Miss Ahmann won high score prize; the hostess, second; and Mrs. Lester Schleisman, third. On March 9 the club will meet with Mrs. Ed Johnson. The B.F.F. CLUB was entertained Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Irving Bliss. Winning score prizes for bridge were Mrs. Merle Vetter, high; Mrs. Clark Peters, second; and Mrs. Darrell Sunderman, low. Mrs. Lamar Esbeck will be the next hostess, March 23. Meeting for bridge at Mrs. Paul Schechinger's home were 2-4-T CLUB members! High score prize was won by Mrs. Wilbur Lappe; second, Mrs. Orville Reiman; and traveling, the hostess. Mrs. A.W. Smith will entertain next, March 9. Members of the JOLLY- ETTES Club, meeting Tuesday evening at Mrs. Roger Wernimont's home, played hearts. Mrs. Mark Johnson won high score prize. Low went to Mrs. Gene Becker, who will be hostess next, March 16. Mrs. Anthony Stalzer entertained the HONORETTES Club at her home, with Mrs. Oliver Mosman as an additional guest for the evening of bridge. The hostess won high score prize. Second went to Kathleen Reinhart, who will have the next party on March 16; and traveling, to Mrs. Richard Hartzell. The H.N.H. CLUB met at the home of Mrs. Dale Hannasch, whose guests other than members were Mrs. John Kean and Mrs. Donald Schechinger. Mrs. Schech- inger won high score prize; Mrs. Clair Schmitz, second; and Mrs. Kean, third. On March 9 the club will meet at Mrs. Dennis Leiting's home. Mrs. George Walden was hostess to the DELTA DEK Club at her home Tuesday night.'Bridge prizewinners were Mrs. E.H. Rosenbaum, high; Mrs. George Wernimont, second; and Mrs. John Grey, third. The next party will be held March 9 at the home of Mrs. Marie Connors. Schroeder Low Bidder on N.H. Site Grading H.F. Schroeder Associates, Ltd., submitted the low bid of $23,500 for site grading at the New Hope Village business meeting'Tuesday afternoon. One other bid was entered. The Barto Construction Co., Auburn, submitted a bid of $30,340. Site work is expected to begin this spring as soon as the weather permits, the board said. FRI. Thru THURS. Feb. 27-Mar. Ev»i. 719:15 Sun. Mat. 2 ft 4:3( NOMINATED ACADEMY AWARDS! INCLUDING BEST PICTURE! Th* Story li True. THURS. Thru WED. Feb. 26-Mar. 3 Evet. At 7:15*9:15 P.M. George Segals HILARIOUS COMEDY! THE BIGGEST STARS WITH THEIR GREATEST HITS NOW AVAILABLE AT A SPECIAL LOW PRICE 2 WEEKS STARTING FRI. FEB. 27 Thru MARCH 11 Itm-TteBestofJethroTull lv««. 7:00 « 9:15 P.M. Synf 2:00-7:00 1 9:15 GRAND ENTERTAINMENT! George C. The Hindcnburg ktdudM Aqualung (. Locomoth* Breath LMnginttwPart iBungHintheJuigte JOURNEY LOOK INTO THE FUTURE f V OF THE SHOE FITS including: On A Saturday Nile/It's All Too Much You're On Your Own/Midnight Dreamer I'm Gonna Leave You 1 DAYS FEB. 26 Thro MAR. 4 Iv.i. At 7:00 * 9:00 P.M. FAMILY ENJOYMENT! BOB DYLAN DESIRE including: Hurricane/Mozambique Isis/Romance In Durango One More Cup Ol Coffee/Sara Minis lan/Aftci 'tones 2 WEEKS FEB. 27 Thru MAR. 11 Ev«.AI7:1St9:30P.M. including: I Would Like To Dai Roses/Belle Of The I Hymn/Boy I Really Tied Loggim & Messina Native Sons THE OUTLAWS THE GREAT ENTERTAINMENT ADVENTURE OF ALL TIME! Including: Fox Fire/Boogie Man Sweet Marie/Peacemaker/Wasting Our Time George C. Scott the Hindenbu School on Arson Detection Set At Gowrie A two-day arson detection school will be held in Cowrie, the evenings of March 3 and 4, for central Iowa fire departments and law enforcement officials. . , t Sponsored by the State Fire Marshal's Division of the Iowa Department of Public Safety, the school is one of a series scheduled throughout the state during the next year and will be held in the Fire Department at Gowrie. ' Counties involved are Calhoun, Webster, Carroll, Greene, and Boone. Iowa State Fire Marshal Wilbur Johnson said the school will be taught by M.D. "Budd" Huffman, a private investigator who specializes in arson detection, and Reynold Hentges, assistant state fire marshal. The agenda includes arson detection, fire causes, court cases, preservation of evidence and other problems faced regularly by Iowa fire departments and the state and local law officers who work with them in arson cases. Johnson said individual letters have gone from the Fire Marshal's office to each fire department and law enforcement agency in the area covered by the school and he is expecting an enthusiastic turnout. -Staff Photo In Style Show ... Mrs. Louis (Joan) Hansman, Route 1, Carroll, models a leather outfit she will wear in "The Look of Knits," a style show to be presented as a benefit for New Hope Village. The show will'be held at 7:30 p,.m. Monday in the Holy Spirit auditorium. About 15 persons will model clothing and the Polka Dots polka club will perform. Tickets are available for $1 per person at all New Hope Village stores, New Hope office, Stretch and Sew Fabrics, Wayne Daniels and at the door. Mrs. William R. Millender is in charge of the event. Students to Vie in Speech Students from Carroll High School and Kuemper High School will compete in the Iowa High School Speech Association District Speech Contest at Denison on .Saturday. / About 30 students from each school will participate in the Contest,' school officials;saidi A vai r 1 ety i of spesech •presentations will be-given from dramatic and humorous acting to story telling. Those students receiving a "1" (superior rating) will participate in the statewide contest March 19 in Des Moines. LOSE UTHAT don't stop eating everything ... go ahead and eat sufficiently Start your figure slimming without cutting out those 3 meals a day. You can eat sufficiently while you lose pounds of unwanted fat as you follow the X-ll Reducing Diet Plan. No starvation dieting. Take a pre- meal X-ll Tablet before meals. Down goes your ric. intake, down goes 1 weight with the X-ll . ;- :•• •;--' ' ;, MONEY BACK GUARANTEE Your money refunded by manufacturer — no questions asked — if you are not 10<n delighted with results., 42 Tablets $2.67 Plan Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. William Boell of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Charlene to Gene Vonnahme, son of Mrs. Delores Vonnahme of Mt. Carmel. A July 9 wedding is being planned. , Draw Jury for Damage Suit Jurors were drawn Tuesday for the Dentlinger vs. Meehan auto accident damage suit trial in Carroll County District Court. They are Rosella Berger, Carroll; Leo Bolster, Carroll; June Cox, Coon Rapids; Walter Galloway, Templeton; Grace Klahs, Carroll; Madonna Koster, rural Breda; Fern Raygor, Coon Rapids; Marie Reineke, Carroll; Emily Schenkelberg, Carroll; Nancy Sedgwick, Coon Rapids; Charles Sides, Carroll, and LoisStruve, rural Manning. 105 JUNG'S | THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE! SPECIALS THURS., FRI.. SAT. FRITTERS Delicious fried buns with chopped apples mixed thru the batter covered with vanilla glaze. Reg. $ 1 29 I SPECIAL SAT. ft SUN. Only FEB. 28 ft 29 At 2 P.M. •All Seals 75' tVERYTHIN6HEEVERWMITED- IEHADTOTAMEFIRSTI DPI. SOUR <S!Z^ POUGH RYE BREAD I Made from an old German recipe. With that I tangy rye flavor ideal for I meat or cheese sand- Iwiches. (SPECIAL Reg. **'? \42fAM & YOU SAVE 17 C Doz. ¥2^ DANISH CLUSTER BUNS Rich buttery Danish! rolls baked in brownl sugar and butter and! fresh pecans. Reg. $ 1 13 SAVE 1.7* »..„.,.,.,..„. AN MKON ROStNBtHG .....n... Will. JAMlt'IMUat M««l/ioii ». urunl CHERRY NUT LAYER CAKE vhite butter c< Frosting. SPECIAL $1 48 R, g . <$£&- SANDWICH BUNS ^•w ^^. ^^. . A _ Doz.89< ; R. g .p r . ^nHche^wjs^n^jofresheni Friday starting 11:00, hot large cinnamon rolls, hot asst. dinner rolls hot sticky butter buns, hot buttery Danish asst. coffee cakes, hot large or small double loaves homemade bread. «*»«•» ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^I^^^B^B Yes, to be sure Jung's have decorated cakes on hand ready to .inscribe while you wait. y " ^^^^^^^^^^^"•^•••IMI^^BBH^^H^paH^ij^^^^^^g Smart shoppers shop Jung's refrigerated case for gourmet that will enhance your luncheon oT dinner Extra special to help you plan your Lenten lllGalS. IlSlrib'lil^ilS^* 3 ' 111 " 9 of L «»»t _«^eJ S M,r!ng those de.icious hot

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