Three Card Groups Met Wednesday Mrs. William Pudenz entertained the H.G. CLUB at her home, with Mrs. Louis Drees and Mrs. Joe Riesselman as guests for the afternoon of pinochle. Winners at one table were Mrs. Oscar Heider, high, and Mrs. James McGrane, second. The hostess won high and Mrs. Drees, second, at the other. Mrs. Ed Schroeder was hostess to the HIGH BIDDERS at Tony's Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Marvin Collison won high score bridge prize. Second high went to a guest, Mrs. Karl Hoffman; other prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Liewer and Mrs. Felix Langenfeld. The club will play next on March 31. GOLDEN CIRCLE Club members played euchre at five tables at their clubrooms Wednesday night. For the women, Mrs. Albert Baumhover won high prize •nt sro*f TO so fo* snort van **ow^ Times Harold, Carroll, la. M Thursday, March IB, 1976 *f and Mrs. Victor Wernimont, second. Men's prizes went to Mr. Wernimont, high, and Vincent Ricke, second. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger received the tally prize. Bicentennial Schools Listed for Recognition By Iowa Daily Press Association DES MOINES — The Iowa bicentennial commission and the state department of public instruction announced Thursday that 118 schools have been recognized by Governor Robert Ray as "Iowa Bicentennial Schools." The program was initiated to give special recognition to those schools that are actively participating in the nation's bicentennial. 'The schools will receive special certificates signed by the governor. Participating schools work within three theme areas — Heritage '76, Festival USA and Horizons '76. The program is one of three Iowa projects which have been endorsed by the American Revolution Bicentennial Administration. The other two are the living history farms, west of Des Moines, and the World Food Conference which will be held this summer in Ames. Area Schools Recognized: Ar-We-Va Comm. Schools, Arcadia; Audubon Comm. School Dist., Audubon; Kuemper High; Carroll; Elk Horn-Kimballton Comm. Schools, Elk Horn; Gray Elem. School, Gray; Laurel Elem., Harlan, and Sac Comm. Schools, Sac City. KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS PUBLIC FISH FRY Friday, March 19 Serving 6:45 to 8:30 p.m. $2.00 for all you can eat Miss Snyder, Breda, Wins Speech Event BREDA — Margaret Snyder, Breda, was presented with a $25 savings bond by the Carroll County American Legion here Wednesday night as county oratorical contest winner and representative in the Legion's district contest at Fonda. She won second place in district competition. Forty-five attended the Legion's monthly meeting. It was reported that the county organization's paid-up membership currently stands at 1,575, which is 29 short of quota. A nomination committee was appointed to submit candidates for election at the next meeting, which will be held at Coon Rapids April 21. Al Anon is Planning an Open Meeting The Carroll Al Anon group made plans Wednesday night for an open meeting to be held March 31 at the Iowa Public Service community room. There will be a guest speaker at the 8 p.m. meeting, to which all persons interested in Alcoholics Anonymous or Al Anon are invited. Al Anon meets regularly the first and third Wednesday nights each month in the court house meeting room. The organization is for persons in whose families alcoholism is has been a problem. Information concerning the group may be obtained by calling 792-4572. Fellowships to 9 lowans WASHINGTON IAP) Nine Iowa college students are among 550 nationally who have been awarded $7.300 graduate fellowships by the National Science Foundation, it was announced Wednesday. They are Paul G. Ahlquist. Panora; John 0. Albright, Le- Mars; Vicky L. Christy, Marshalltown; James P. Fernow. Marion; Michael A. Huston, Newton; James P. Mohler, Iowa City; Christopher E. Osuch. Dubuque; Bradley R. Snedecor, Rhodes, and Nancee L. Toft. Des Moines. 1C Sundae Sate Buy one, get the second one for 1< AN' IF I ONLY HAD MONEY FOR A £Q SUNDAE IPOUU> QUIT BOTHE'RlN'yOO. a "Scrumpdillyishus" offer good Thurs. & Fri., March 18 & 19 What a "scrumpdillyishus" sale. Buy one DAIRY QUEEN sundae any size and get a second one for \i. It's America's favorite treat topped with hot fudge or strawberry or any flavor you like. Anything this good just has to be shared. So bring a friend and eat, drink and save while this great offer lasts at participating DAIRY QUEENS. * "Let'a all go to the DAIRY QUEEN" Dairi| Queen Summer Wedding... Mr. and Mrs. Dale Jons of Westside announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Sue, to Patrick J. Wuestewald, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wuestewald of Yankton, S.D. Both are teachers in the Manilla Community Schools. An Aug. 7 wedding is being planned. Bicentennial Plans Made by Jaycees The Carroll Jaycees decided Tuesday night to include a hot dog stand and old-time country western music with its beer garden at the June 26 bicentennial celebration. President Doyle Beebersaid. He attended the Monday City Council meeting and obtained permission for a Jaycee sponsored bicentennial fireworks and the beer garden, Beeber announced. The Jaycees discussed the dunk tank booth and parade clowns for the patriotic celebration. Chairman for the April 17 Easter Egg Hunt is Ed High and Bill Hammen Jr., is co-chairman. The Jaycees plan to have "radio days" in April. The election of officers and the awards banquet will be in May, Beebersaid. HONORABLE MENTION Sandra Petterman received honorable mention in the 10th annual La James College of Hairstyling of Fort Dodge student competition. An audience of 400 viewed the competition March 16 at the Starlite Village Motel in Fort Dodge. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Circles of UPW Met Wednesday Wednesday was meeting day for the three circles of United Presbyterian Women. "There Was This Plan" was the program at each meeting and devotions were taken from James 4:13-17. In the business sessions the groups discussed their April 17 bake sale at Westgate Mall. Morning Circle met at Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg's home, with Mrs. John Grey as co-hostess. Mrs. Barry Wilson presented the program and devotions. Mrs. James Cruchelow and Mrs. Deloss Garrett were co-hostesses for the meeting of Afternoon Circle in the church library. The program and devotions were given by Mrs. Clark Peters. Evening Circle was entertained at the home of Mrs. Robert Woodhouse, whose co-hostess was Mrs. Eldon Umbarger. Mrs. Jolene Mass was program and devotional leader. The circles will meet next on April 21 and the next general meeting is scheduled for May 5. Harkin Mobile Office Coining Congressman Tom Harkin's mobile office will be in the Carroll area during the week of March 29-April 2. Harkin urges anyone having a problem with federal agencies or programs or wishing to express an opinion on an issue to stop by the mobile office and visit with Dick Thomas, his district representative. The schedule is as follows: Monday, March 29 — Dedham, 9, 'Main St. by town hall; Halbur, 11, Main St. across from fire hall; Templeton, 2, In front of city hall on Main; Gray, 4, In front of post office on Main. Harkin's mobile office has made several visits to Carroll County. Its last visit was March 3 when it was in Carroll. It will return to Carroll County March 26 when it will be in Ralston, Lanesboro, Lidderdale and Arcadia. TO ATTEND SEMINAR Marilyn Steffes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Steffes, Carroll, will attend a national student leadership conference, "OSU '76" to be held at Oklahoma State University in Stillwater March 25-27. She is a junior Elementary Education major at College of Saint Mary, Omaha. jSoc/a/ Calendar Lt.Gov. Arthur A. Neu GOP Women To Convene Next Week All Republican women of Carroll County are invited to attend the Spring Conference of Republican Women March 23-24 at the Ft. Des Moines Hotel in Des Moines. Featured speaker at the 7 p.m. dinner on Tuesday will be Lt. Gov. Arthur A. Neu of Carroll. Women are asked to wear their bicentennial dresses to this event, if they wish. Presiding over the parley will be Mrs. Ed Humbley of Iowa City, president of Iowa Federation of Republican Women. The Tuesday program will start with registration at 1 p.m. and the welcome by Mayor Richard Olson. Speaker will be Dr. Elmer Smith. Registration . Wednesday will start at 8 a.m. and James Flansburg, Des Moines newspaper columnist, will address the 12:30 luncheon. Purpose of the meeting is to enable area women to hear reports of what other local Republican Women's Clubs are doing across Iowa, to hear issues defined and to take ideas for future activities back to their counties. Registration and reservations may be sent to Mrs. George Wilson, 1 South Lake Circle, RR 1, West Des Moines, 50265; to Mrs...'Gene Vincent, 204 Perch, Carroll; or Mrs. George Opperman, Manning. Mrs. Vincent is president of the Carroll County Republican Women's Club and Mrs. Opperman, a member of the state advisory board of IFRW. DAIRY QUEEN BRAZIER Hiway 30 and N. West St. Carroll "Reg. U.S. Pat. Off., Am. D.Q. Corp. (c) Copyright 1975 Am. D.Q. Corp. Alert, progressive, aware, he includes a modern, full-service banjk (ours) in his financial picture. He is moving up! DEPOSIT INSURED IO tO.OOO FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION only ''Financial ^Friend 'J7 ever need Carroll County State Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK 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 SchulzSr. 8 C's Club, Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp St. Patrick's Day Party at Nursing Home St. Patrick's Day was observed at St. Anthony Nursing Home Wednesday afternoon with a "Wine, Cheese and Crackers" party. Several kinds of wine were served to. the residents by Mrs. John Roth and Mrs. Harold Schogren, assisted by one of the residents, Kathryn Weber. Four varieties of cheeses were served with the crackers. Mrs. Schogren also provided musical entertainment. "The party was a big success," reported Mrs. James Ludwig, activities director. Four UMW Circles are Entertained Circles of United Methodist Women held their March meetings throughout the day Wednesday. Announcements were made concerning an April 2 retreat at Sioux City and those planning to attend were asked to make reservations by this weekend. The women were reminded of the Thursday quilting sessions; the March 31 church cleaning project and the April 7 trip to visit missions in Sioux City. They were urged to submit their recipes for the UMW cookbook. Also discussed was the pancake breakfast on May 4. Attending the morning meeting of CIRCLES I and II at the church were 35 members and two guests, Mrs. Tomothy Garrett and Mrs. Rollin Walters. Mrs. Richard Bird conducted the business meeting and also gave the devotions on "The Humanity of Christ." Mrs. Wayne Weeks and Mrs. H.K. Richardson were coffee hostesses. Meeting at the church in the afternoon were 21 CIRCLE III members, Marilyn Riemenschneider, guest speaker, and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, UMW president. Miss Riemenschneider showed and narrated slides depicting paintings of Jesus. Hostesses were Mrs. Verdis Hansen and Mrs. Harvey Carroll. CIRCLE IV was entertained at the home of Mrs. Wayne Daniels, whose co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Earle Axtell. Guests were Margaret Herrick of Cambridge. P/Iass., Mrs. Fuller, and Mrs. Ernest Larson, member-at-large. A donation was voted to the American Field Service chapter and plans were made for serving an anniversary reception on March 28. For devotions, Mrs. Duane Shriver read excerpts from a book by June Parker Goldman. Guest speaker was Mrs. Marjorie Bock, who described the congregate meals program in Carroll. Guild Meets at Templeton TEMPLETON - A cake decorating demonstration by Teri Weitl was the featured entertainment at the monthly meeting of Sacred Heart Confraternity and Guild Society at the school cafeteria here Tuesday evening. Mrs. Duane Meiners was introduced as a new member. The attendance prize went to Mrs. Donald Wieland. Chairmen for the meeting were Mrs. Cliff Romey and Mrs. Fred Kaus. Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Elmer Wille T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Robert McKone N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerome Schenkelberg E.B.C. Club, Mrs. ClairOtto FRIDAY — F.L.C. 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