Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 24, 1976 · Page 4
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Bridge is Played at Club Parties DELTA DEK Club members had a no-hostess dinner at the Red Carpet Lounge Tuesday evening before playing bridge at the home of Mrs. Marie Connors. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. George Walden, Mrs. E.H. Rosebaum and Mrs. Lloyd Lynch. Plans were made for another no-hostess dinner at the Derby, April 6. The H.N.H. CLUB was entertained Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Clair Schmitz in Arcadia. Winning prizes were Mrs. Robert Schweers, high; Mrs. Elmer Bedford, second; and Mrs. WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL Excan water in the body due to build up of premenstrual period can be uncomfortable, X- PEL . . . a mild diuretic, will help you lo»e excess body water weight. Only $2.67 — 60 tablets. We recommend it. GIBSON'S lltlllllllllUIHIItlllllllMIMI Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, fiterch 24, 1976 Dennis Leiting, third. Mrs. Bedford will be hostess next, April 13. All members attended the Tuesday evening party of the B.F.F. CLUB at Mrs. Lamar Esbeck's home. High score prize was won by Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach; second, Mrs. Irving Bliss; and low, Mrs. Bruce Fuller. On April 27 the club will meet with Mrs. Fuller. Mrs. Lester Schleisman was hostess to A.B.C. CLUB at her home Tuesday afternoon. Guests other than members were Mrs. Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Leo Schueller, both of whom won score prizes. Mrs. M.H. Van Valkenburg also received a prize. The next party will be at Mrs. Merle Stevens' home, the evening of April 13. Mrs. Art Reinart entertained the 2-4-T CLUB at her home Tuesday night. Mrs. Arthur Pahl was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. Phyllis Schrad, second; and Mrs. Orville Reiman, traveling. Mrs. Schrad will be hostess next, April 6. VINYL WALLCOVERING SPECIALS Vinyl In Stock 20% to 40% OFF Vinyls on Special Order Discounts on 8 s.r. or more Over 60 vinyl books to choose from. More than 3,000 vinyl prints. A total of 115 books of all types of wall coverings. Flocks Vinyls Murals Burlaps Grass Cloth Wallpaper Corks Foils For the perfect wallcoverings to fit your decor stop at the COMPLETE WALLCOVERING STORE... JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House — Carroll —Bostrom Studio Photo Married ... Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bauer are shown after their Feb. 28 wedding at St. Lawrence Church. They are making their home at 622 W. Ninth St., Carroll. The bride is the former Mary Jo Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Ludwig of CarrolJ. Parents of the groom are Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bauer of Route 1, Carroll. I Calendar [ WEDNESDAY— Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. James Furey Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Archie Jones Toastmistress, Derby Finessettes, Mrs. Ewald Stock Golden Circle euchre Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS THURSDAY— New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh Eigh O'Clock Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison Triple C, Mrs. Andy Carruthers Players 8, Mrs. Robert Overmohle STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W 7th St. FRIDAY— Golden Circle BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC 'Red, White and Blue' is Topic at PEG Mrs. Jack Sanford presented a program entitled "The Red, White and Blue" at a meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.O., Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Allan M. Peterson. For the first part of her presentation, Mrs. Sanford read samples of children's writings, expressing their views of patriotism. Various age levels were included. She then discussed the value of land, especially in Iowa, and emphasized individual ownership as a great heritage. She displayed a land deed which had been executed several generations ago. Mrs. Peterson and her co-hostess, Mrs. Donald Chambers, served lunch, with Mrs. Sanford presiding at the coffee service. The chapter will meet next on April 13 at the home of Mrs. Gordon Wade. ' OUR SPRING CARPET SHOW FEATURES THE CARPET LOOK THAT'S 1C II Carpet styles change—not so often as the seasons—but they ' do change significantly. Come to our spring carpet show, which features exciting new carpets from Armstrong, and you'll see a panorama of new, different designs . . . like the beautifully sculptured shag shown here, which is specially priced for the show at only . . , own ountiu Home Furnishings Hi way 71 North, Carroll u Reunion for Carroll High Judging Posters — Class is Set -Staff Pholo DeMolays, Parents Dine About 60 parents and members of the Huge de Payen Chapter, Order of DeMolay attended a dinner Tuesday night. The meal was served by the Order of Eastern Star. A program was, after the dinner with Chapter Dad Norman Hutcheson, and Dr. John E. Martin, former Chapter Dad, as speakers. The DeMolay officers and parents were introduced during the program. A brief discussion about upcoming activities was held, Dan Tigges, an official, said. Susan Beck To be Bride Mr. and Mrs. Richard Beck of Carroll announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter Susan to Donald Meiers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Meiers, also of Carroll. Vows will be exchanged in an April 24 ceremony at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll. The couple will make their home here. The weekend of June 26 has been set for a reunion of the Carroll High School class of 1966. According to plans formulated at a meeting here Tuesday evening, there Will be a dinner at the Pin Oaks on Saturday night, June 26, which also will include faculty members. On the 27th there will be a family picnic at the Dennis Heuton home in Glidden. Alumni attending the planning session included Mrs. Heuton (Karen Holley), Mrs. Karen Onken Blankenship of Lidderdale and Rex Haley of Carroll. Information concerning current addresses of any members of the class may be relayed to High School Principal George Fair's office, 792-9594, a spokesman for the group said. Gun Control Meeting Set .A meeting of citizens concerned with gun control will be held Friday, March 26 at 7 p.m. in the community room of the Home Federal Savings and Loan building in Denison. The meeting will cover a new handgun confiscation proposal now before the state Senate and also a bill that proposes a mandatory jail term for the use of a firearm while committing a crime. This is the second such meeting in the area and it is hoped that a name, charter, and board of directors for the group may be established to simplify further announcements and meeting dates. Anyone wanting more information may contact Arlo Kilker, 263-3300; Jerry Bryan, 263-5507 or Ken Swift, 263-2733. Ralph McCord, left, and Mrs. Reese Abbe, both of Carroll, and A. L. Daenzer, Lidderdale, judged a grade school student's "poppy" poster for the Maurice Dunn Post 7, American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday night. The posters explain the auxiliary's upcoming annual poppy sale in -Staff Photo In Style Show ... Mrs. Clarence (Ethel) Beyer wears a knit wool outfit she will model in the annual St. Lawrence Guild Spring Style Show April 12. The 8 p.m. event in the St. Lawrence gymnasium will feature about 70 models, mostly with home-sewn garments. Dessert and coffee will be served after the program, which is included- in the $1 admission charge. More information may be obtained from Mrs. John Malett or Mrs, Merle Danner. Mrs. Beyer's outfit is a two-piece sweater-skirt suit which she made herself. It is maroon, black and gray. JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE May. The "poppy" posters will be displayed in Carroll business windows during the national "poppy" month, Mrs. Charles Harms, auxiliary president said. The red paper poppies are made by disabled veterans and proceeds from the sales are sent to them and their familes. Fund Drive for Band Goal Passes The drive to raise $4,000 for new Carroll High band uniforms has passed the goal, it was announced Tuesday night at the Carroll Parents Council meeting. Additional money will go to the band for other uses, the council was told. High School Principal George Fair thanked Mrs. Ronald H. Schechtman for heading up the fund drive. Fair also described how the central building will be used next year when grades five and six move to the new Fairview Elementary School addition. The next parent council meeting is scheduled for April 22. Fire Chief Warns Against Outdoor Fires Carroll Fire Chief Kenneth Schwarzenbach Wednesday urged resident not to burn anything outdoors. The recommendation came on the heels of two grass fires in two days. The latest, along railroad tracks just west of Carroll, was fought for about, 45 minutes late Tuesday night by Carroll firemen, as winds whipped the flames. A fire early Monday afternoon along tracks east of Carroll was quickly extinguished. Little damage was reported in the fires. Although neither of the two recent fires were started by someone burning trash, they were worsened by dry conditions and strong winds. _ EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE LONG JOHNS Frosted and dipped in fresh roasted crushed peanuts. SPECIAL $ 1 12 DOZ. Reg. Price $129 .pi. CHUNK STYLE J^^ CINNAMON COFFEE CAKES SPECIAL Reg. SAVE 63V 79< 16< c£ FRENCH BREAD Hearth baked with a crispy st and baked in goodness. SPECIAL 42* R.« 48* LARGE FRESH APPLE PIE Tender flaky crust brim full of delicious fresh frozen baking apple with just a kiss of cinnamon. SPECIAL Traditional Lenten roll. Delicious raisin nut filled Hot Cross Buns 9 for $1.03 I Special Easter Features Lamb Cake Decorated 3.95 Large Bunny Cake 2.49 Medium Size Cake Easter Bunnies. . .2 for 73< Large Decorated Cake Eggs with flower and Easter novelty ,.2 for 73« Cake Easter Eggs i DOZ. 1.39 Mr. & Mrs. D'uck Pair f.95 Easter Glory Decorated 8" Reg . 3.59 s p . 3.15 BRIDES We specialize in weddings in beautiful living color. Book yours now. Merle Kent Shawd Dial 651-2321 or 651-2876 Bayard Sorority Has Social Meet Mrs. Norman Winchester was hostess for a social meeting of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority Tuesday night at her home. The group of seven discussed the Easter baskets they are making as a service project. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. A business meeting is set for April 13 at the home of Mrs. Delbert Patrick. SAT. ft SUN. MATINEE 3/27-28 CARROLL At 1:15 i't M»tt Glamoieut T«lfl Tholm^N. 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