Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on March 31, 1976 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 31, 1976
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Fair Will Feature Doll Dressing Contest A "Dress the Early American Doll" contest will be sponsored by the Beta Sigma Phi sorority in conjunction with the Carroll County Early American Fair here June 26 at Graham Park. Prizes and ribbons will be awarded on the basis of BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC originality, neatness and authenticity. Categories will be "Creative Doll and Costume," such as drape, apple-head, wooden and cornhusk, and "Creative Costume Only," such as china head or plastic dolls. Size limits are 6 to 30 inches. Dolls must be presented by 12 noon on the 26th and judging will begin at 12:30. The dolls will be on display throughout the day and, with the owners' permission, will be held over and moved to the Carroll County Historical Museum (old library) until July 5. Tim« Herald, Carroll, la. M Wedneiday, March 31, 1976 ** Deadlinefor entry is June 1 Accompanied by a fee of $1, each entry should state size and category of the doll as well as the entrant's name, address and telephone number. Entries should be sent to Mrs. Thomas Lambert, 105 N. Main St., Carroll. Rain date is June 27. BAPTIZED AT BREDA ARCADIA — Sara Ann Wessling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Wessling of Breda, was baptized Sunday at St. Bernard's Church, Breda, by the Rev. Dennis Sefcik. Matt Bauer Jr. and Cindy Halburof Carroll were sponsors. Sara Ann was born at St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, on March 12. jSoc/a/ Calendar] Just Newly Remodeled Prep Clothes Area Come Up The PREP And for 10 Days I— STEPS SAVE 10% Good Looking Dress Clothes That He Will Wear Leisure suits for Easter... and every occasion when you want him to look his best SHIRTS andTOPS Van Huesen Preps Campus In All Styles From JEANS For Dress or Play Levi Farah From MO WEDNESDAY— Dealers 9, Mrs. Denis Tigges Chit-Chat, Mrs. Glenn Heithoff Golden Circle euchre Al Anon, open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Earl Thompson High Bidders, Mrs. Frank Liewer THURSDAY— Jaycee Ettes Clio Club, IPS STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS 68 Finish Course in Babysitting Sixth grade students from area schools completed the babysitting instruction course sponsored by the Carroll County Extension Service and the Carroll Jaycee Ettes. The ''graduation" ceremonies were Tuesday night at the Holy Spirit gym. Parents watched as the 68 students received their certificates for completing the three week course. A list of the students and their phone numbers will be given to the Welcome Wagon hostesses, Jaycee Ette President Mrs. Doyle Beeber said. This will aid new residents in finding qualified babysitters in the community, she added. The students who completed the course and those attending two sessions are listed below: Receiving certificates of completion were: Pam Alspach, Lori Baumhover, Denlse Berning. Amy Bierl, Cathyln Bliss, Julie Bliss, Kristy Brincks, . Caye Britton, Laurie Brolch, Wendy Brown, Sara Burgess, Richard Christensen, Nancy Collison, Lisa Oanzer, Shelly OeLance, Karen Drees, Nancy Dreessen, Vicky Foley, Carla Goecke and Jenny Goet- zlnger, Kathy Grade, Tadd Haberl, Troy Haberl, Laurie Hackett, Jane Hagedorn, Pam Hagemann, Julie Hammen, Carol Harmeyer, Kathy Heller, Shelly Hllsabeck, Geni Holmes, BecKy Huebner, Cynthia / Irlbeck, Teresa Kruse, Nancy Lloyd and Debbie Louis, Gabrielle Malett, Molly Mayr, Beth McCarville, Becky Mohr, Diane Naberhaus, Karen Philpot, Susan Roetker, Lisa Rutten, Janet Schaeuble, Lisa Schenkelberg, Patricia Schulte, Diane Snyder, Renee Snyder, Jen Soyer, Joni Soyer and Karen Staiert, Ann Staley, Mary Starman, Raynee Steffen, Shelly Sleffes, Nancy Stockert, Theresa Stuhr, Deanna Tadsen, Tami Thraen, Janet Tiefenthaler, Faith Vanderhelden, Jan Vanderheiden, Lisa Ann Venteicher, Renee Wenck, Michelle Wernimont, Gretchen Windschitl and Kathy Witt, Others who participated but did not receivecertificatesare: Patty Bernholtj, Tammy Bluml, Joan Brown, Beverly Daisy, Jeff Gronstal, Julie Hugeback, Janet Schirck, Kathy Shymanski, Angle Snyder, Katie Wagner, Lisa Wegman and Julie Wright. New Deal Club, Mrs. Louis Schoofs N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Cecil Menke T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Clark Peters Triple C Club, Mrs. Andy Carruthers FRIDAY- Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig Golden Circle SATURDAY— Golden Circle CONFERENCE SCHEDULED Topics in the broad area of juvenile .justice and delinquency prevention are included in a conference on law enforcement and youth scheduled for Fort Dodge Thursday, April 8. Persons from a wide range of interest areas are invited to attend including individuals in law enforcement, school system personnel, private and public social service agencies, the legal profession, local elected officials, church groups, and all others with interests in this area. The conference will be held at the Webster County Agricultural Center in Fort Dodge. Registration begins at 2 and conference program will run2:30-8:30p.m. ' -Stiff Photo Certified Sitters ... Nancy Collison, left, and Amy Bierl, both 12, receive certificates from Home Economist Mrs. Bonnie Schubert for completing the babysitting instruction class Tuesday night. They are the daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Collison and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Bierl. APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:15-9:15 Sun. !-.t*.a;<5-S;lS-y-.»-9j.1S Adulti $2. SO Child Under 12 $1.00 NOW Thru APRIL 7 Eve.. 7:30 ft 9:30 P.M. Sun. Mai. 1:30, 3:30, 5:30 YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN'S GANG IS BACKI!) Gene Madeline Kahn lOHt'S MOS1 eUUTirin. TBUTR1 iflfcn artft jfmrag lira 6 DAYS APRIL 2-7 Eves. Al 7:00 ft 9:00 Sun. At 2:00-7:00-9:00 -Stall Photo Here's How ... Instructor Kim Ingerslev demonstrated the steps involved in the "Watergate" at the popular dance classes at the Carroll American Legion Hall Tuesday night. About LOO persons attended the free classes offered by the Carroll City Recreation Department. "At one time. I counted 93 people on the dance floor," City Recreation Director Jim EgH said. Next week the group plans to learn the "Hustle" and the "Chicago and Gangster Bumps." Crowd Attends Music Recital ARCADIA — A capacity crowd attended "A Musical Salute to the Bicentennial," presented at the Ar-We-Va School here Sunday by piano and organ students of Mrs. Harvey Freese. Performing were about 30 students from Vail, Westside, Wall Lake, Halbur, Roselle, Carroll, Breda and Arcadia. A free will offering collected at the recital is to be used by the students for planting a tree in the Arcadia P~ark in observance of the nation's bicentennial. Rose Degree Conferred by Xi Gamma Pi The Order of the Rose degree of Beta Sigma Phi sorority was conferred upon Mrs. Thomas Lambert and Mrs. Glenn Lockhart by Xi Gamma Pi chapter Tuesday night.' The ritual was read by Mrs. Donald Hagedorn. Twelve Xi Gamma Pi members and six guest members of Epsilon Chi chapter were present for the event, held in the Iowa Public Service community room. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with yellow roses, which were given to Mrs. Lambert and Mrs. Lockhart. Mrs. Hagedorn and Mrs. Doran Brogden, both "Rose" members, presided at the punch bowl and silver coffee service, respectively. Fifteen years of membership in the sorority is a requisite for the Order of the Rose degree.' Xi Gamma Pi will have a regular meeting next Monday at Mrs. Hagedorn's home. WATER WEIGHT PROBLEM? USE X-PEL Exccit water in the body due la build up of premenitrual period can be uncomfortable, X- PEL . . . a mild diuretic, will help you loie excett body water weight. Only $2.67 - 60 tablet.. We recommend it. GIBSOtNJ 1 Several Card Parties Held On Tuesday Mrs. Joe Pick entertained the TOWN AND COUNTRY Club at her home Tuesday evening. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs. Louis Hannasch, Mrs. Walter Seyller and Mrs. Norbert Hermsen. On April 13 the club will meet with Mrs. Matt Hugeback. Mrs. Albert Reinhart was an afternoon hostess, entertaining PLA-MOR Club at Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Albert Johnston was an additional guest. High score bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Carl Hess and second, to Mrs. O. Hi Juergens. Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum will be the next hostess, April 13 at Tony's. Meeting for an evening of bridge at Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler's home were members of the J.L.C. CLUB and another guest, Mrs. Joe Kueper. Winners included Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. James Houlihan, Mrs. Louis Wolterman and the hostess. Mrs. Houlihan will have the next party, April 13. Mrs. E.W. Van Meter of Hinton entertained the A.B. CLUB Tuesday afternoon at the Edward V6gel home. Mrs. Leo Schueller was a guest outside club membership. Winners in bridge were Mrs. Roy Heuton and Mrs. R.K. Cooper. On April 13 the hostess will be Mrs. John Juergens. O.E.S. POTLUCK Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, will have a family potluck Monday, April 5, at 6:30 p.m. in the Masonic Temple dining room. Those attending are asked to take their own table service as well as a covered dish. Dessert will be provided by a committee. The chapter's regular meeting will follow at 8. TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $50 on an 18 CU. FT. FROST FREE G.E. DELUXE REFRIGERATOR REGULAR *499 NOW ONLY 44S HEIRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE .SPECIALS THURS., FRI. ft SAT. April! -2 ft 3 •d£ CHOCOLATE S ^1=UDGEDONUTS Light and tender chocolate fudge donuts frosted with a thick chocolate frosting. <•12 $129 SPECIAL *1 Ooz. Reg. *1 Doz. HONEY WHEAT BREAD 42 C SEE... DON KNOTTS ALL NEW COMEDY! APRIL 1 Thru 7 7:00 ft 9:00 7 DAYS ONLY! AdulK $2.50 Child Under 12 $1.00 "BILLY JACK BRIDES We specialize in weddings in beautiful living color. Book yours now. Merle Kent Shawd Dial 651-2321 or 651-2876 Bayard SPECIAL Re 9 48< Your taste buds say buy. Ideal for L cheese and fish sandwiches. _ ___ WHITE BUTTER or CHOC. FUDGE CUP CAKES SPECIAL* I Doz. Reg " Doi.| g& CHERRY or APPLE GERMAN COFFEE CAKE This coffee cake reminds you of the old JLTFf 7Orl days with pioneer flavor and quality. SPECIAL O/ Reg. /T tttV The home of good cheese. Maytag cheeses sold exclusively at '"^ Jung's. ^ Hot Cross Buns. .9 for *L.03 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 C Cake Easter Eggs 1 Doi. 1.39 Mr. & Mrs. Duck .Pair 1,95 Easter Glory Decorated 8" Reg. 3.59 sp. 3.15

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