Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 7, 1976 · Page 4
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Clubs Met Tuesday for Card Games Mrs. Myron Sievers entertained the PLAYERS 8 Club at her home, with all members present for the evening of bridge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan, who will be hostess next on April 20. Mrs. Linus Goblirsch received second high and Mrs. Rex Krebs, low. Pinochle was played at the afternoon party of the COMMUNITY Club at Mrs. John Sanders' home. Guests other than members were Mrs. William Nees and Mrs. Paul Lenz. Prize winners were Mrs. Rudolph Nees, high; • Mrs. William J. Kanne, second; Mrs. William Nees, traveling; and Mrs. Louis Bueltel, tally. On April 24 the club will meet with Mrs. Ed Lenz. Mrs. Earl H. Schrad was hostess to members of the 2-4-T CLUB at her home Tuesday night. Score prizes went to Mrs. Arthur Pahl, Mrs. Art Reinart and Mrs. Paul Schechinger. Mrs. Lewis Voyles will entertain the club next, April 20. Meeting for bridge Tuesday evening- at Mrs. Marvin Collison's home were members of F.ORTNIGHT- ERS Club and three additional guests, Mrs. Robert Kelly, Mrs. Fred Deierling and Mrs. John Whaley. Mrs. Deierling BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 7, 1976 and Mrs. Kelly received the score prizes. Mrs. Frank Balk will entertain next. May 4. DELTA DEK Club members had a no-hostess dinner at the Derby before playing bridge at the home of Mrs. Frank Daley. Prizes were awarded at the close of the evening to Mrs. H.L. Silsby, Mrs. George Walden and Mrs. Carl Hess. On April 20 the women will dine at the Red Carpet and play cards at the home of Mrs. Hess. Mrs. Hunziker Returns From Arkansas Visit Times Herald News Service AUBURN — Mrs. Christena Hunziker returned from a three and a half month visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kince at North Little Rock, Ark. Kathy Gorman, Cedar Falls, and Karen Gorman, Fort Dodge, were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman and son, Tom. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Karstens and son, Eric, Jefferson, were Thursday evening visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karstens. June Rite Is Planned Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hoffman of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Airman Nancy Hoffmann, to Sgt. Randy Capps, son of Mr. and Mrs. John D. Capps of Sumter. S.C. A June 11 wedding is being planned at March Air Force Base, Calif. SAVE 15 on naturally thick, naturally rich Syrup MR GROCER Your Staley representative will pay you 15C plus 5C handling charge for each ot these coupons 'Or mat! direct to A, E Staley MIg Co Redemption Center. PO Box 1242. Clinton Iowa 52731 Invoices proving purchase bl sufficient stock of our brand to cover coupons presented must be shown upon request and failure to do so may. at our option, void all coupons submitted tor redemption lor which no proof of products purchased is shown Ofierlimitedtoonecoupon per product andsize OFFER VOID IF THIS PLAN OF MERCHANDISING IS TAXED OR RESTRICTED Cash value l/20th of 1C Oflcr expires March 1 1977 •is* STORE COUPON RI288-4 Events are Discussed at Epsilon Chi Several coming events were under discussion at the meeting of Epsilon Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority Tuesday night. The chapter was entertained at the home of Mrs. Donald Oleson. Letters were read from the American Cancer Society, the Carroll bicentennial committee and Camp Courage, the 1975 state project of Beta Sigma Phi. Information also was given concerning a four-state area event in Omaha May 1-2. Members made final plans for attending the Founder's Day observance in Atlantic April 30 and for the state convention in Fort Dodge May 15-16. In other business, a float committee was selected. The chapter will help build a float for the June 26 bicentennial parade in Carroll. Mrs. James Mann and Mrs. Richard Baumhover presented the program titled "What's in it for Me?". It included choral reading by four members, and questions given to the rest of the members to answer. Mrs. Oleson and her co-hostess, Mrs. Dean Burrows, served lunch after the program. At the next meeting, May 4 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Kruse, officers will be installed and there will be voting for "girl of the year" and "program of the year." Golf Assn. Will Meet An organizational meeting of the Ladies Golf Association of the Carroll Country Club will be held at the clubhouse at 10 a.m. Saturday, April 10. Rolls and coffee will be served. Mrs. Richard Happe, chairman, said that there will be sign-up for team play and she urges all golfers to join the group Saturday. BOOKS GIVEN •Club 71, Telephone Pioneers of America, has given a copy of the book "Goodbye Central, Hello World," to the libraries ' of Carroll Community and Kuemper High Schools and also to the Carroll.Public Library. The book is the centennial history of Northwestern Bell. , NEWMAN CANCELED The meeting of Newman Study Club, scheduled for April 12 at the home of Mrs. B. J. Leahy, has been canceled. No date has been set for the next meeting. " . JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE ^PARKER HOUSE ROLLS I ' Rich Egg Roll Ideal For Finger Sandwich or For Luncheon or Dinner Roll. 49 C SPECIAL Reg. CUSTARD CREAM FILLED DONUTS SPECIAL 1*1 Reg. *1 29 SAVE Large Fluffy Pan-Fried to Golden Brown in Fresh, Clean Vegetable Shortening. Filled With Vanilla Custard Cream & Frosted With Caramel Frosting. _ _ SPECIAL 47< CINNAMON TWIST BREAD Reg. SAVE Enriched White Sweet Bread With Pure Cinnamon Swirled Thru the Loaf Frosted With Vanilla Frosting. 55ooz. SAVEO C Doz. CX ^V WHITE BUTTER ^^ LAYER CAKE Large 8-inch Layers SPECIAL * 1 Reg. * 1 Fine Textured Cake Frosted With Butter Cream With Cherry or Pineapple Frosting or Covered With Pecans or Fresh Shredded Coconut. NV HOMEMADE 2^ COTTAGE LOAF Sliced & Baked iff Shape to Fit Your | Toaster. SPECIAL "eg. SAVE 48' 6< Those Delicious Hot Cross Buns — A Special Treat During the Lenten Season. 9 Tender Fruit Filled Rolls Specia , $1.03 ^^•^••"••"•"•••"^""•••"•••••••••••^•^^^^^••••••^^••i For That Wedding Cake of Elegance Plus Top Quality Crafts-1 manship in Finishing & Decorating—All of Jung's Cakes Are I I Made From Formulas That Contain All of the Finest Ingredients. No I | Mixes Used at Jung's. Backed By 33 Yrs. Experience. Wholesome Lunches & Meals Start With Delicious Homemade Jung's Bakery Products. Jung's Refrigerated & Low Temperature Cabinets Will Add Zest to Your Serving. Special Easter Features Lamb Cake Decorated 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 C Cake Easter Eggs 1 Doz. 1.49 Mr. & Mrs. Duck Pair 1.95 Easter Glory Decorated 8" R eg . 3.59 sp. 3.15 Social Calendar] WEDNESDAY— Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting Trinity Guild, 8 p.m., Mrs. Leighton Wederath Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Wa-tan-ye, Derby Pateo Club, Tony's Eight O'clock Club, Mrs. A.R. Anneberg Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Hulsing STOP Club, 408 W. 7th St. FRIDAY— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen Golden Circle potluck, 12:30 p.m. Scouts Hear Policeman Police Officer Leslie Butler spoke on drugs at the Holy Spirit Parish Scout Pack 100 meeting Tuesday night. Butler presented a film on drugs and distributed leaflets on the subject. The theme for the meeting was hobbies. All the Cub Scouts displayed their hobbies. The Webelos displayed magic tricks which defied gravity. All the boys received a certificate for their hobbies. Cubmaster Dr. Robert Christensen explained the Ad Altare Dei religious award. Requirements for the award begin at the' Webelo age and continue through Boy Scouts. Den 7 had the opening and closing ceremonies. Brian Haverman spoke on the requirements for the Scholar Badge. Pat Soyer spoke on the Artist Badge and Joe Minnehan on the Athlete Badge. Six boys received the Naturalist, Scholar, Artist, Athlete and the Heritage '76 1975-1977 badge. They are Keith Langel, Pat Soyer, Eric Toole, Tony Boes, Brian Haverman and Joe Minnehan. Kelly Toole received a Bobcat Badge. Receiving gold arrow badges were Mike Johnson, Matt Loneman, Steve Fehring, Dean Goreham. David Siepker, LaVerne Tigges, Tom Feilmeier and Mark Anthofer. Scouts receiving silver arrows were: Keith Olberding, 4; Mark Anthofer, 4; Mark Dorpinghaus, 2; Matt Dorpinghaus, 2; S^teve Warnke, Steve Fehring, Dean Goreham, David Siepker, LaVerne Tigges, Tom Feilmeier, Todd Wolterman, Paul Drey.and Mark Haverman, 1. APPLICATIONS DUE Applications for women desiring to join the membership class of May 5 of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6. Catholic Daughters of America, are due by Wednesday night, April 7. according to Mrs. Leonard Madigan, regent. The court's regular meeting is set for 8 p.m., following dinner at 7 at the KC hall. SATURDAY— D.A.R., Jean McNaught, Glidden Golden Circle MONDAY- Christian Fellowship Society, St. Paul Lutheran Church W.C. Euchre Club, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Quandt Mrs. Schulte Hosts G.N. Card Club Time! Herald Newi Service AUBURN — Mrs. Anna Schulte was hostess to the members of the G.N. Club at her home Tuesday afternoon. Pinochle was played at three tables. Mrs. Catherine Reiling and Mrs. Herman Schelle had the high bids; Herbert Garnatz, high score, the hostess second high score and Ed Reiman had the low score. Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Ai Walrod were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Walrod and daughter, Sioux City. Welty Given SBA Award 'DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Roger Welty, 38, president of Welty-Way Products, Inc., Cedar Rapids, has been presented the 1976 Iowa Small Business Person of the Year award by Gov. Robert Ray. Ray also proclaimed the week of May 9-15 Iowa Small Business Week. Welty-Way's sheet metal automation and design work annual sales have increased from $1 million to $8 million since Welty succeeded his father as company president in 1965. Ladies Aid Has Potluck Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Thirty familes attended the Ladies Aid Society potluck at the Arcadia Zion Lutheran Church Thursday. A short business session was held after the supper. Announcements were made concerning the bake sale following worship on May 2 and the LWML Rally at Lake City on April 21. Mrs. Robert Kreft, zone president, will be guest speaker at the next regular meeting on May 6. A Christian growth presentation "Among the Lilies" was given by Mrs. Merlin Rickers and Mrs. Wilbur Luetje. Shower for Jane Beyer A miscellaneous shower honoring Jane Beyer was given by Marcia Heffernan and Pam Hallem at the James Heffernan home Friday evening. Miss Beyer is the May 1 bride-elect of Tim Renze. The 20 guests participated in games, for which prizes were given. Shower decorations were in rainbow colors. Mrs. Mosman New Officer Of Auxiliary Mrs. Oliver Mosman was i'ntroduced as the new treasurer of the St. Anthony Regional Hospital Auxiliary at the monthly board meeting Monday. Mrs. Richard Grear will be the new assistant treasurer. President Mrs. H.K. Richardson presided at the meeting. The annual state meeting of auxiliaries will be held April 27-28 in Des Moines. The general spring meeting of the local auxiliary will feature a potluck supper at 7 on May 3 in the hospital cafeteria. Because of the general meeting there will not be a board meeting in May. Rev. Tews Celebrates Birthday Timei Herald Newi Service ARCADIA — Guests over , the weekend in the Rev. and Mrs. Theodore Tews home were Ernest Tews, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Benck, Winona and Beata Tews, Lewiston, Minn. On Sunday Rev. Tews' 85th birthday was noted. Additional relatives were from Omaha, Council Bluffs, Missouri Valley, Westside and Arcadia. Mr. and. Mrs. Edwin Bruggeman returned to their home in Arcadia after spending several months in the Carroll Health Center. Jodi Heithoff To be Married MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Clarus Heithoff announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Jodi to Bob Riesselman, son of Mr. and Mrs! Alfred Riessel- man of Halbur. The wedding will take place May 28 at Sacred Heart Church in Manning. Andresens Back From Hawaii Times Herald News Service MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Lester Andresen returned to Manning on Thursday after a week's tour of Hawaii. They were in Kona, Hilo and Honolulu. '••:' Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Hill were Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Berge, Lenexa, Kansas, and Mr. and Mrs. George Springer, Felton, Del. An additional Saturday night supper guest was Ed Erps of Arcadia. On Sunday Scott Hill accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Berge and Mr. and Mrs. Springer to Alta .to have dinner with the James Buddenhagen family. - Gerald Barten and son. Jerry; Ankeny, visited on Sunday with Pauline Barten. Mrs. Bonnie Eich, Dallas Center, and Mrs. Cliff Henry, Des Moines, spent the weekend with Mamie Eich and also visited in the Louis Popp home on Friday afternoon. BRENNY'S MARKET WEST 3RD STREET PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, APRIL 13 MORRELL DEFATTED HAM Whole or Butt Half pk g . 5-Lb. Ti lOto 12 Lb. Avg. Turkeys .................. ib. U.S.D.A. Choice Cook-out Steak .............. . ..... ib. Old Fashion Skin-on Wieners .......... 5 -ib. BOX Swift Brown & Serve Sausage Fresh £ m QQ Ground Beef ...... 3 -ib$. * I Farmland Canned * Q ~JQ Tin O CAMPBELL'S TOMATO _ Reg. 3 GRADE A WHOLE FRYERS Lb. Lean • • Ground Chuck ........ a,. Sliced Large Bologna ib. Maple River Sliced * — t\r\ Bacon IB. "I 09 Pork loin «^ ^^ . Roast U, 99< U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Boneless U.S.D.A. Choice Beef Boneless tt m Rump Roast Lb . * I Pork Steak lb . $1 09 Methodist Circle Meets In Manning Tints Herald Newi Service MANNING — Methodist Ruth Circle met on Friday with Edna Laurinet as hostess. Eleven members and one guest, Mrs. Cash, attended. The meeting was called to order by Harriet Gross and a call to prayer was read. The'secretary's and treasurer's reports were read. A message of thanks from Mrs. Jones was read. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lisk, Greenfield, spent the weekend in the Glenn Rowedder home. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen drove to Chicago on Friday. They picked up Mr. and Mrs. Carl Hofvander and drove to, Macon, Georgia to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Flanagan and Mary Jane. The group visited Georgia, Arkansas and Missouri. The Hofvanders visited in Manning with relatives until Friday. VFW Juniors In Manning Times Herald News Service MANNING — The VFW Junior Girls met on Saturday afternoon. The meeting .was called to order by President Carol Williams. Nineteen members and the leaders, Virginia Johnson, Elaine Struve and Bev Rix were present. Bonnie Hansen was the Patriotic Pro Tem Instructor. The Birthday Song was sung to Virginia Johnson. The girls made 18 Easter Egg nut cups for the local hopsital. Election of officers was held with the results as follows: President Carmen Fogleman, Senior yice Tammi Rix, Junior Vice Teresa Johnson, Treasurer Deanna Jones, Chaplain Patty Willenborg, Conductress Debra Wagner, Assistant Conductress Terri Rix, Guard Bonnie Hansen, Secretary Carol Williams, Color Bearers Sonia Johnson, Nancy Wanger, Lori Nelson and Lori Willenborg, Patriotic Instructor Tonya Jones, Historian Jessicia Dammann and Musician Deanna Jones. Deanna Jones gave'the. treasurer's report. Lori Nelson won the draw prize. Terri, Tami and Traci Rix served lunch. Miss Reiter Has Recital Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE - Karen Reiter, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reiter of Wall Lake, will present her senior piano recital at Liemohn Hall of Music Auditorium. Wartburg College, Waverly, ,on Saturday, at 2:00 p.m. Appearing with her on the program will be Amy Jansonius of Prairie View, Kansas, who is also a senior piano major. Karen will present compositions by Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Ravel and Gottschalk. A 1972 graduate of the Wall Lake Community School, Karen will receive her B.M.E. degree from Wartburg College on May 23. REBEKAH MEETING Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 will meet at the ICOF hall here at-7 p.m. next Monday. Members will then go to Coon Rapids, where initiation will be held, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Earl Miller, noble grand of the local lodge. Ar-We-Va Kindergarten Roundup Set WESTSIDE - On April 21 parents living in the Ar-We-Va Community School District, who have a child five years of age on or before Sept. 15,1976, are urged to attend a kindergarten roundup and registration. Time and Place: Ar-We-Va Elementary — Vail, 9 a.m. Ar-We-Va Elementary — Arcadia, 1 p.m. Parents are asked to bring child and birth certificate, • If your child is eligible for kindergarten but you cannot attend the roundup you are asked to contact the elementary office closest to you. 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