Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 17, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 17, 1976
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FRIOUT tuxwr SAT. A SUN. MARCH 20 ft 21 Each Day One* At 2:00 P.M. ^Family Matinee] Both Adult, ft Child Only $1.00 'HEIDI i PETER' 7 DAYS HN. Thru THURS. MARCH 19 thru 25 Ev«. 7:15 19:15 Sun. At 1:30,1:30,5:30,7:30,9:30 BROUGHT BACK 'THE OTHER SIDE *Gl OF THE MOUNTAIN' "SUNSHINE BOYS" AdvertiMd on program will be ihown later. 7 OAYSI FRIDAY Thru THURS. 7 DAYS Starts Fri., MAR. 19 Ev». At 7 t 9 P.M. Sun. At 7:00, 7:00, 9:00 LUCKY LADY 7 DAYS FRI. Thru THURS. MARCH 19 Thru 25 Evei. At 7:00 A 9:00 NOMINATED FOR . ACADEMY AWARDS BEST PICTURE t ACTOR J A TRUE : BIZARRE BANK : ROBBER Many Clubs Met Tuesday for Cards Meeting tor bridge Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Verdis Hansen were members of the A. B. CLUB and another guest, Mrs. D. L. Hillyer. Mrs. Merle Stevens and Mrs. E. W. Van Meter of Hinton were winners. On March 30 Mrs. Van Meter will entertain the club in Carroll. PLA-MOR Club was entertained by Mrs. Edward Reardon Tuesday afternoon at Tony's Restaurant, with Mrs. Colette Bock as an additional guest. High score prize went to Mrs. L. R. Chapman and second, to Mrs. Vincent Collison. The next party will be at Mrs. Albert Reinhart's home, March 30. Another group that met Tuesday afternoon was the COMMUNITY Club, at Mrs. Leo Berning's home. Pinochle prizes were awarded to Mrs. William J. Kanne, high; Mrs. Ed Lenz, second; Mrs. B. L. Baumhover, traveling; and Mrs. John Sanders, tally. Mrs. Sanders will have the next party, April 6. The F.N.W. EUCHRE Club played Tuesday night at Mrs. Leo Augustine's home. High score prizes went to Mrs. Hugo Wessling and Mrs. Ed Hannasch; second, Mrs. Frances Irlmeier and Mrs. Vincent Ricke; and traveling, Mrs. Frank Goetzinger. The club will meet next with Mrs. Anna Hausman, April 13. Mrs. Christina Taphorn was a Tuesday evening hostess, entertaining the TOWN AND Time. Herald, Carroll, la. M Wednesday, March 17, 1976 4 COUNTRY Club at her home. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Pick, Mrs. Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Henry Steinkamp. Mrs. Pick will be hostess next, March 30. Kathleen Reinhart was hostess to the HONORETTES at her home Tuesday night, with Mrs. Dale Textor as a guest other than members. Mrs. David McHugh received high score bridge prize; Mrs. Bill Heinrichs, second; and Mrs. Anthony Stalzer, traveling. The Q.B.C. CLUB met Tuesday evening with Mrs. Doris Snyder. High score bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Lester Wheatley and low, Mrs. Jerry Shields. Mrs. Lester Wheatly will entertain next, April 27. Mrs. Daniel Sullivan entertained the Q-3-TU CLUB including Mrs. John Ramaekers and Mrs. Charles Schaefer as new members, at her home Tuesday. The evening was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. Schaefer winning high prize; Mrs. James C. Smith, second; and Mrs. Robert Stockert, low. The April 20 party will be at Mrs. Steve Collison's home. The GAY NINE T'S Club met for an evening bridge party Tuesday at Mrs. Larry Long's home. Prize winners were Mrs. Douglas Drees, high; Mrs. Thomas Rogers, Auxiliary to Participate in Bicentennial Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, plans to participate in local bicentennial events in cooperation with the Legion Post, it was decided at the unit's monthly meeting held Tuesday night at the Legion hall. As another bicentennial project, the unit plans to donate a book to the Carroll Public Library. Mrs. Alvin Sievers attended the meeting as a new member. It was announced that membership now stands at 182. Members were reminded of the county meeting at Dedham Wednesday night, the Junior Auxiliary conference at Fonda March 27 when poppy posters will be judged, and the spring parley at West Bend on April 4. June 8 was set as the date for the pillow cleaning unit to be in Carroll under Auxiliary sponsorship. Lunch was served after adjournment. The next party will be held April 20. second; and Mrs. Frank Comes, low. Mrs. Rogers and Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg were guests. Mrs. Lynn Curry will be hostess next, April 20. Mrs.,Louis Wolterman entertained the J.L.C. CLUB at the Arcadia home of her daughter, Mrs. Larry Wolterman, in Arcadia Tuesday evening. Mrs. Paul Schaefer was an addition guest. Bridge prize winners included Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler and Mrs. Leonard Bromert. Mrs. Tiefenthaler will have the next party, March 30. -Stalf Photo Welcome Home Federal . . . Carroll Colonels officiated at ribbon cutting ceremonies at the new Carroll branch office of the Denison Home Federal Savings and Loan, located in the Thomas Plaza, Wednesday morning. Front row, from left: Clark Peters, Colonels commander; E.A. Norelius, chairman of the firm; James White, Carroll manager; Gordon Halverson, president; James Anderson, assistant vice president, and William L. Hammen, Carroll Colonel. The Carroll branch office opened Monday. It offers a full line of savings accounts, certificates and full mortgages. JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE arch 18, 19*20 LARGE FLUFFY YEAST RAISED DONUTS Dipped in $112 Vanilla glaze SPECIAL I Doz. -eC\£k- CHOCOLATE |S?S "FUDGE BROWNIES With creamy chocolate frosting I 16 Doz. Reg. $ I 29 Dor. . v THREE LOAVES !£" OLD FASHIONED POTATO BREAD Made with mashed potatoes 4< R^63< SPECIAL WHITE OR WHOLE WHEAT TEA ROLLS DAINTY DINNER ROLLS SPECIAL 42 C Doz. Reg. 48 C HOT CROSS BUNS •..». 9 i**1.03 ^^—^—~——m—^mmm*i^^^mm~mm-—^mi^—. You can depend on Jung's for a decorated cake for every occasion. Special Easter Features Lamb Cake Decorated .......... ...... f ............. 3.95 Large Bunny Cake ____ . ....... ...................... 2.49 Medium Size Cake Easter Bunnies. . .............. 2 for 73 C Large Decorated Cake Eggs with flower and Easter novelty ................ 2 for 73 e Cake Easter Eggs . ............................ 1 Doz. 1.39 Mr. & Mrs. Duck ................... . .......... . . Pair 1.95 Easter Glory Decorated 8" ......... ..... Sp. 3.15 Reg. 3;49 Career Day for Volunteens ... Mrs. Clair Snyder, R.N. (center) spoke on "Careers in Nursing," at the St. Anthony Regional Hospital Volunteens career day meeting Tuesday afternoon. From left, Volunteens Dave Schieffer, Diane Seidl, Maureen Schmitz, Lisa McLellan and Joni Bernholtz look at a magazine about -Staff Photo nursing careers. About 20 Volunteens attended the brief business meeting. They discussed hospital routines and sponsoring a carnival at a pre-July 4 party for residents of St. Anthony Nursing Home. The Volunteen are sponsored by the Hospital Auxiliary. Social Calendar Lenten Services at Trinity Church Trinity Episcopal Church is conducting a Lenten program on evangelism, the Rev. Thomas Gray, rector, announced Wednesday. The Rev. George Six, rector of the Trinity Episcopal Church, Muscatine, will give the sermon at the 11 a.m. church service on Sunday and give a Lenten program. On April 4, the Very Rev. 0. C. Edwards, dean of Seabury Western Theological Seminary, Evanston, 111., will preach at the 11 a.m. service and give a Lenten program. Fr. Edwards read a paper on evangelism at the presiding bishop's conference on evangelism in Texas in January, Fr. Gray said. The first of the three part Lenten series was given by Bishop William Davidson, of Western Kansas, on March 7. An informal coffee is held after each program in the church Undercroft, located at Ninth Street and North Adams Street. ' WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL Excess water in the body due to build up of premenstrual period can be uncomfortable, X- Pfl... a mild diuretic, will help you In* excess body water weight.. Only $2.67 — 60 tablets. We recommend it. GIBSOrd'S WEDNESDAY— County Legion Auxiliary, Dedham U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; Afternoon, Mrs. James Gruchelow; Evening, Mrs. , Robert Woodhouse Chit-Chat, Mrs. Glenn Mrs. Mann Elected by Epsilon Chi Mrs. James Mann was elected president of Epsilon Chi chapter. Beta Sigma Phi sorority at a meeting attended by 20 members Tuesday night at Mrs. James Myrtue's home. She will succeed Mrs. Robert Witowski. The new slate also includes Mrs. Thomas Kruse, vice president; Mrs. Donald tplesbn i ,'r.ecording secretary; mrs. Lor en Johnson, corresponding secretary; and Kathy Fitzgerald, treasurer. The program featured a terrarium-making demonstration by Mrs. Richard Henrich of Sharp Florist. She also answered questions concerning care of house plants. During the business session several coming events were discussed, including the Founder's Day meeting April 30 at Atlantic and'the state convention May 14-16 at Fort Dodge. An invitation was read from Xi Gamma Pi chapter to attend its Order of the Rose ceremonies March 30. The group voted to co-sponsor a float in the June 26 bicentennial parade with Xi Gamma Pi. , In other action, Epsilon Chi members voted unanimously to support New Hope Village, one of six service projects listed on the state Beta Sigma Phi ballot. Mrs. Mike Benton presented the "Heritage Heartbeat". Mrs. Myrtue and her co-hostesses, Mrs. Dean Burrows and Mrs. Kruse, served lunch, using a St. Patrick's Day theme. The April 6 meeting will be at Mrs. Oleson's home. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC BRIDES We specialize in weddings in beautiful living color. Book yours now. Merle Kent Shawd Dial 651-2321 or 651-2876 Bayard Heithoff H.G. Club, Mrs. William Pudenz THURSDAY— Clio Club, IPS B.L.B.F. Club, Mrs. Ray Drees Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Dennis Snyder L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ted Schulz Sr. 8 C's Club, Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Elmer Wille T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Robert McKone N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerome Schenkelberg E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Clair Otto Farm Bureau. Post to Jensen Elmer C. Jensen of Shelby was elected Monday night to fill a vacancy on the board of directors of the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation. Jensen, 49, was elected at a meeting of county Farm Bureau leaders from 11 counties in Farm Bureau's District 4 (West Central Iowa). He will serve as District 4 director until the present term expires at the Iowa Farm Bureau annual meeting in December 1977. He succeeds Ben Nannen who resigned last month after receiving the nomination as a candidate for the Iowa Legislature in a special election. Jensen operates a 285-acre farm'where he feeds cattle and raises corn. King Band and-Glee Club Here Sunday The Karl King Band and Glee Club of Fort Dodge will present a concert at the Carroll High School auditorium at 8 p.m. Sunday. Tickets for adults are $2 and $1 for students. Tickets may be purchased from the band parents, Elks' Club and Chamber of Commerce. Part of the proceeds will go to the band boosters to pay for trips to music events. The King band is playing three concerts in Iowa to pay for. a trip to Washington D.C. where they will play on Iowa Band Day. Group Visits Health Center A group from the St. John's American Lutheran Church Women visited residents of the Carroll Health Center Tuesday evening. About 25 women and children presented a program, with Mrs. Raymond Schonberger as piano accompanist. Shamrock corsages were pinned on those with March birthdays and those claiming Irish descent. Cookies, ice cream and coffee were served and each resident received a candy-filled nutcup. Their next visitation will be at the Carroll Manor. BABY BAPTIZED Beth Ann Heisterkamp, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Heisterkamp, was baptized at Holy Spirit Church here March 13 by the Rev. Edmund Tiedeman. Sponsors were Deb Schmitz of Carroll and Dean Heisterkamp of Algona. The baby's sister, Amy, also attended. Relatives gathered at the Heisterkamp home for the evening and lunch was served. Beth was born March 3 at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schmitz of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp of Carroll. spuraeons Ladies, step into casual comfort. .. and % ~ \ Week 1 Only vmmmm^jm + mmm( 20% Come see this trio of new Spring casuals with easy-going comfort, this'week, while you save $2.02 to $2.42 per pair! A. Genuine cowhide tie on crepe sole. Tan, 5-10, reg. $11.99 9.57. B. Jute wedge, hanti-stitched moc toe slip-on with crepe sole. Tan man-made uppers. 5-10, reg. $9.99 7.97. C. Oxford wedge with man-made uppers, crepe sole. Brick, 5-10, reg. $10.99 8.77. Hurry in! 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