Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 10, 1976 · Page 4
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CDA Has Polka Mass at Templeton TEMPLETON — A polka mass at which the Rev. Eugene T. Schumacher offi- Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, March 10, 1976 4 Several Card Clubs sets 7 DAYS ONLY MARCH 12 Thru 18 7:15 & 9:15 Elliott Gould ' and Jennifer O'Neill In The Funniest Movie Since M*A*S*H* Now Thru March 18th Eves. At 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30 UZA MUWWBUU HURT REYNOLDS LUCKYn LADY 7 Days Only Mar. 12 thru IB Eves. At 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. Sun. At 2:00, 7:00 ft 9:00 Nominated For 6 Academy Awards) Best Picture - Best Actor The Robbery Seems So Bizarre Because It Was All True 7 Days Starts Friday March 1 2-1 8 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. Fantaitic Adventure! All Star Cast! LUCKY LADY ( Fun I laffi dated opened the March 4 meeting of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America. Mrs. Ted Langel, regent, announced that the state convention is set for May 14-16 at Dubuque. Mrs, Vern Irlbeck and Mrs. Larry Heithoff were named as chairman and co-chairman, respectively, of the April 4 meeting, which will feature a microwave oven demonstration. Mrs. James Wiederin read a poem, "Footprints in the Snow." Door prizes went to Mrs. Maurice Friedman and Mrs. Allie Prebeck. Bingo was played to conclude the evening. Officers of P. E.G. are Re-elected The 1975-76 slate of officers of Chapter EB, P.E.O., was re-elected for the coming year and installed Tuesday night at the chapter's meeting in the home of Mrs. Romayne Huffman. Officers include Mrs. P.R. Tilton, president; Mrs. Emmett Lahr, vice president; Mrs. Joseph Russell, recording secretary; Mrs. Lynn Curry, corresponding secretary; Mrs. William Goodwin, tr-easurer; Mrs. Myron Halverson, chaplain; and Ellen Clark, guard. Mrs. Tilton was elected delegate and Mrs. Lahr, alternate, to the state convention. The program, "Woman's Suffrage," was presented by Mr s . Hal verson and concerned the Welfare Fund and the Sarah Porter Beckwith Home, both financed by the P.E.O. "We don't need Women's Lib — we've been taking care of ourselves since 1895," she told the group. The Welfare Fund is set up to give temporary financial help to people in need; the Beckwith facility is a retirement home for P.E.O. members 65 to 85 years old. Mrs. Huffman's co-hostess was Mrs. Howard B. Wilson. On March 23 the chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Allan M. Peterson. Speaker at Maple River '•' MAPLE RIVER'— Mrs. James Webb of Grand Junction, president of the South Central Deanery, Diocesan Countil of Catholic Women, was guest speaker at a meeting of St. Francis Guild here Monday evening. Her subject was "Awareness". The meeting was preceded by a mass. During the business meeting a discussion was held relative to confirmation on March 24. "THE MAN WHO WOULD BE KING'IS ONE OF THE YEAR'S 10 BEST a mellow, brassy, vigorous movie, rich in adventure." Time Magazine "'The Man Who Would Be King' is a prince among pictures. IT IS FLAT-OUT ENTERTAINMENT-a headlong story, head-crunching action, good acting, intelligent and witty dialogue, a mind-wiping, exotic setting and it has been craftily directed by John Huston."-G 0 , wS ^,,,-,< e c.7v 'GREAT FUN! HIGHLY ENTERTAINING.' —Vincent Canby, New York Times Starts WEDNESDAY! StanGomieniJlGliaeieaine CWoplefPlymiM > '^>*"-DlltllilH|||'QJ lill ^^j piotoiiiiJolin Foreman in KM ^jolin Huston 2 WEEKS MARCH 12-25 Two Special Had Parties Tuesday A P ril Events The CHALLENGERS Club was entertained at the home of Dolores Baumhover Tuesday evening. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. Oliver Mosman, high; Mrs. Glennie Prince, second; and Elizabeth Stork, low. On April 13 the club will meet with Colette Stork. DELTA DEK Club played bridge Tuesday night at Mrs. Marie Connors' home. Mrs. J.H. Bayliss received high score prize; other prizes went to Mrs. Lloyd Lynch and Mrs. Frank Daley. The club plans a no-hostess dinner at the Red Carpet on March 23. Meeting for bridge at the home of Mrs. M.J. Arts were members of the TRUMPETTES Club and another guest, Mrs. Paul- Leo Hansen Reelected by Democrats Times Herald News Service AUDUBON - Leo R. Hansen, Audubon farmer and veteran chairman of the Audubon County Democratic party, Saturday was reelected to another term as chairman of the county's Democratic Central Committee. The action came at a committee meeting which followed the county Democratic convention in the court house. Don Heller of Audubon, was named vice-chairman; Dorothy Kerkhoff of Audubon, was renamed secretary-treasurer, and Attorney M.P. Barron of Audubon, was renamed finance chairman. The convention named 14 delegates to the district and state presidential nomination conventions. The district convention will be in Creston on April 10. The presidential convention is set for May 29 in Des Moines. Twelve of the 14 delegates said they favored former Georgia Gov. Jimmy Carter for the party's presidential nomination or leaned toward him. One delegate favors Congressman Morris Udall, and the other is undecided. Each of the 14 was polled by The Nishna Valley Tribune. 'The 14 delegates named include Harold Akers, Robert D. Nelson, Frank Rasmussen, all of Exira; M.P. (Matt) Barron, Leo Hansen, Bernice Hansen, Don Heller, Joan Heller, Allan D. Jacobsen, Orville Kerkhoff, Dorothy Kerkhoff, Neal Root, all of Audubon; Dale Edwards-of Gray; and Kristin Rattenborg ofHamlin. Elected alternates were Larry Akers, Francis Muhr, Marvin Neal, Marvan D. Nissen, Phyllis Nissen, all of Exira; Dorlis Elmquist, Doris Rasmussen, both of Kimballton; Dave McMillan, Vernon Sorensen, and Mrs. Vernon- Sorensen, all of Audubon; Fred Sievers, Jr., Betty Sievers, Bob Sornson, all of Gray. Edwards was appointed a member of the state party platform committee. Collison, who won high score prize. The hostess won second high and low went to Mrs. Howard Drees, who will be hostess next on April 13. The A.B.C. CLUB met at Mrs. Ed Johnson's home Tuesday afternoon, with Mrs. Henry Steinkamp as an additional guest. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Donald Hillyer, Mrs. Lester Schleisman and Mrs. William Anderson. Mrs. Schleisman will have the next party on March 23. Mrs. A.W. Smith entertained the 2-4-T CLUB at her home,'with Mrs. Thelma Meisheid as an additional guest for the evening of bridge. High score prize was won by Mrs. Art Reinart, who will be the next hostess March 23. Mrs. Wilbur Lappe received second high and Mrs. Orville Reiman, traveling. Liverpool rummy was the hostess' choice game at the evening party of the F.F.F. •CLUB at Mrs. Marvin Lampe's home. Mrs. Ed Willenborg was a guest other than members. Mrs. Leon Masching and Mrs. Ruth Vanderheiden won high and second, respectively. Mrs." Masching will be hostess next, April 13. Bridge was played at the H.N.H. CLUB's party Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Dennis Leiting at Arcadia. Guests other than members were Mrs. Ronald Hannasch and Mrs. Art Diers. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Robert Schweers, high; Mrs. Donald Diers, second; and Mrs. Elmer Bedford. Mrs. Clair Schmitz will entertain next, March 23. > The JOKERS Club met for an evening bridge party at the home of Mrs. Dennis Snyder, whose additional guest was Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh. Mrs. William McCarville received high score prize; the hostess, second; and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, low. On April 13 the club will meet with Mrs. Wilson. Circle Adopts New Project Naomi Circle of St. John's American Lutheran Church will participate in the sponsor-a-person program at the State Hospital at Woodward, it was decided at the group's monthly meeting Tuesday night. Letters, cards and small gifts will be sent to an individual at the Woodward facility who has little or no family or income. The circle met at the home of Mrs. Dalton Mason, with Mrs. Ray Schrock conducting the business session. Mrs. Ronald Ream presented the Bible study titled "Shalom: The Healthy Congregation." On April 14 the meeting will be at Mrs. Joseph Habetler's home. JUNG'S I THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE I SPECIALS THURS., FRI., SAT. March 11-12 « 13 LENTEN SPECIAL 'HOT CROSS BUNSl Pack of 9 S 1 M Reg. $ l 18 Wed., Ph., & Sat. All Thru Lent cC£k OLD "" FASHIONED JUMBO CINNAMON ROLLS (SPECIAL Re 9 . -f^JJf M 12 $12917* _ • Doz. .HOMEMADE OUBlE LOAVES BREAD 2 Double QO Loaves OX Reg. 96< SAVE 14* r .KV HOMEMADE ^" LEMON PIE Large 9". Will serve 6 to 8 portions. Topped with fresh egg white meringue. SPECIAL *1 36 Re 8 *1 60 SAVE 24* ^•—•••^••••i ptCA*^ Jung's refrigerated case and low £--~~^ temp, cabinet is full of delicious Maytag and imported cheeses, salmon and sardines, plus white butter and choc, layer cakes, all decorated ready to inscribe with No mixes or freshening agents in any of [ Jung's bakery products. Two special events are on the April agenda of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America. A class of new members is to be received at a 7 p.m. mass April 5 at St. Lawrence Church. The annual mother-daughter breakfast is set for April 25 following a mass at Holy Spirit Church. The events were announced at the court's postponed meeting Tuesday night at the Knights of Columbus hall, attended by 56 members. Tables for the seven o'clock dinner were decorated in a St. Patrick's"theme, featuring green carnations. Twelve women were seated at-the birthday table. Members were reminded of the court's bake sale March 13 from 1 to 5 p.m. in Westgate Mall. Mrs. Dennis Warnke received the door price. Games were played after adjournment. Coon Rapids School Budget is Approved COON RAPIDS - A proposed $995,566 budget was approved Monday for the year beginning July 1 by the Coon Rapids Community School Board of Education. The budget is an increase from the estimated $935,059 which will be paid this year. The board will meet at 7:30 p.m. Thursday in the superintendent's office for teacher evaluation, which will be in executive session. Babysitting Instruction Class Begins Over 30 sixth grade boys and girls attended the first babysitting instruction class at the Holy Spirit School cafeteria Tuesday night. Mrs. Mike Greteman gave a demonstration on the proper handling of babies with her infant sore Scott. Mrs. Burt Sewell also demonstrated proper infant care. Mrs. Howard Johnson told the students what she expects from babysitters as^ari employer. Kyla Butler, daughter of the Les Butlers, explained her expectations of parents who hire her as a babysitter. Home Economist Mrs. Bonnie Schubert conducted the classes.' The course is sponsored by the Carroll County Extension Service and the Carroll Jaycee Ettes. A second group of students will attend the course at St. Lawrence School cafeteria on Thursday nights. The course meets weekly throughout March. Retreat at Grand Junction The Council of Catholic Women (C.C.W.) of the South Central Deanery are sponsoring a retreat Sunday at St. Bridget's Parish, Grand Junction. All women and nuns in the deanery are invited to attend the retreat beginning at 12:30 p.m. through 4:30 p.m. The theme will be the Eucharistic Congress. Rev. Thomas J. Topf, Carroll, will * be the retreat master. The deanery includes Carroll, Greene and Crawford Counties. 3 Farms to Be Show Site DES MOINES, Iowa (AP)Three farms in Washington County will be the site for the 1977 Farm Progress Show. The show will be held Sept. 27-29 on the Maurice Crawford, Robert Jones and Keith and Edgar Stewart farms. The program will feature field demonstrations of harvest and tillage equipment, extensive crop variety and farm chemical plots and more than 60 acres of exhibits. FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Saturday, March 13 Music by: JANE RUSSELL Open House ... Mr. and Mrs. John Bruns of Glidden will hold' open house for their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, March 21, at the Moose Hall in Glidden. Friends and relatives are invited to the event, from 2 to 4 p.m. Social Calendar] WED&ESDAY- Toastmistress, Derby Kuemper Parents Club Lutheran Guild Circles: Maryv church; Martha, Mrs. Newell Sorenson; Sarah and Ruth, church Dealers 9, Mrs. Virgil Tigges Grant Township Homemakers. Erna Langmeier, Pauline's Cafe Golden Circle euchre Plan Project For Easter . Members of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Alpha sorority made plans Tuesday night for providing Easter treats for a local family. The chapter was entertained at the home of Mrs. W.L. Reitz, who also presented the program on . "Bicentennial Symbols." Mrs. Delbert Patrick gave the inspiration for the evening. The next meeting date is March 23. April Parley For INHCA The Iowa state convention of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association will be held April 10-12 in Des Moines. Announcement of the parley was made at the monthly meetin'g of Tri-County Affiliate No. 126 Tuesday night. Ten members and ,a guest attended a dinner at the Red Carpet Lounge. The business meeting was devoted to "shop talk" and pictures of spring and summer hairstyles were reviewed. Guest speaker at the next meeting, April 13 at the Red Carpet, will be Wes Henricks of the Storm Lake Beauty School. THURSDAY— Trinity Guild, Mrs. Thomas Gray Wa-tan-ye, Derby Newcomers and Pateo Clubs, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. New Deal Club, Mrs. Edward Wieland Triple C Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen Beef Queen Contest Here on March 20 The Carroll County Beef Queen Contest sponsored by the Carroll County Beef Producers Association will be held at the Extension office meeting room starting at 1:00 p.m. Saturday, March 20. Gary Rupiper, president of the Carroll County Beef Producers Association, said the rules and regulations for the queen contest can be picked up from any of the following directors: Arden Hinners and Louis Schweers, Arcadia; Merlin Schelle, Breda; Adrian Halbur, Dennis Pietig and Leonard Pudenz, R. 1, Carroll; Norman Pudenz and Alan Stork, R. 2, Carroll; Ed Riesenberg, R. 3, Carroll; George Bass, Coon Rapids; Dale Berns, Ralph Bock and Jim Burdine, Glidden; Bill Schumacher, Lake City; Jerome Halbur, Manning and Gary Rupiper, Templeton. Copies of the rules may also be picked up at the Extension office in Carroll. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Thursday March 11, is the last day to get A FREE SKIN ANALYSIS with the help of a Technician Representing Natural Woman T.M. BIO-ESTHEGENIC™ ACID BALANCED SKIN PRODUCTS SMART SET SALON 792-9307 523 N. Adams Downtown Carroll BRENNY'S MARKET WEST 3RD STREET PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY MAR. 16 IEAN CUBE STEAK $139 1 Lb. '^.«» 69 Farmland Bacon Ends 3 -ib. B O « lean • ' ... — Ground Chuck lb . 99* U.S.D.A. Choice Beef -». ^. ' Chuck Steak lb 89* Morrell Smokees ., 2 . 0 , pk g Lean Ground . Beef ...69« IB. 3-ib.. flf* 99* CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 5Re f 9 oV Argo Sliced -Peaches 1H Can 39< Tendenweet Cut • ' ' _ Asparagus.. ...3oo c an 43* Van Camp'i • Pork & Beans ....2* can 55* Del Monte 303 Can _ _ Peas.. 3 ,or 89* Betty Crocker , Potato Buds ....aw Hunt'i Ketchup 32-oz. 69* Gedhey ' ^ Salad Dressing ....32-01. 49* Kraft 7-Oz.. Macaroni + _ _ _ Dinner 4,or $ l<>0 Golden Griddle _ _. Syrup. 24.0,99* Juice' ^f* Oranges ..... .. 5 .ib. B a fl 79* WHITE CRUST BUNS 1 2 Pak 49 COUNTRY STYLE PORK RIBS 99 m m Sliced large — _ Bologna : lb 89* Lean ft Tender + _ _ _ Pork Cutlets lb . $ l 29 Marrell All-Mtat f f*~ Franks 12-0,. Pk 9 . 59* Bulk Perk f\f* Sausage -..-..'.- . lb . 89* cKeese -. t VAN CAMP'S GRATED TUNA 2 for 89 Cooch'i Buttermilk Pancake Mix 2 . lbf 49* Golden Maid Stick * _ ^ Oleo 3-ib, $ 1°° Totino't Frozen Pi «« ,4.0,79* Foodland Mb. _^ ^ Bread 3 ^ 99* Kraft Velveeta • * _ --; Cheese 2 . lbi $] 59 A.E. Cottage ^_ ^ Cheese.... .24.0,89* Kilty Clover _ ^^ Potato Chips ....Twin Pak 69* Old Milwaukee R eer 12 Pqk Schmidt Beer , 3 p P k Bottioi BREAKFAST HOLY SPIRIT GYM - SUNDAY M«r COSTELLO FROZEN DESSERT V» Gal.

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