Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 14, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 14, 1976
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KC to Donate $2,000 for Band Uniforms Ttm«* H*rald, Carroll, la. W«dn«doy, April 14, 1976 The Carroll Knights of Columbus voted to donate $2.000 to Kuemper High School for the purchase of new band uniforms at the monthly meeting Monday night. The council heard a talk by County Supervisors James Houlihan, Carroll, and Lewis Rich, Glidden. They spoke on AT ALL 3 THEATRES CHECK BELOW FOR DATES AND TIMES 2 WEEKS APRIL 15-28 Evtl. 7:30 * 9:30, Sol. Mot. Al 7:00 Sun. Cont. From 1:30 mm mt imira nmm 7 DAYS APRIL 15-21 Ev.l. Al 7:00 * 9:00 Sun. Al 2:00, 7:00 I 9:00 JEFFERSON For 7 Day* April 15-21 Eves. A) 7:00 ft 9:00 Sun. Matinee 2:00 P.M. FAMILY ENTESTAINMENri A true account of one of the most incredible journeys in American n\story. TRUE STORYI the duties of county supervisors and the role of county government. The Knights plan to have their annual scholarship dance at 8 p.m. in the Arcadia Legion Hall. The Jane Russell Band of Fort Dodge, will provide the entertainment. Proceeds from the dance will provide two scholarships to Kuemper High School students, one to a St. Bernard's of Breda student, and one to a Catholic student in a public school. Grand Knight Frank Hermsen appointed trustees Merle Danner, Don Templemeyer and Roman Steffes to the nominating committee to select a slate of officers for next year. Upcoming events include the monthly stag on May 21 with Swiss Steak the main dish. The area priests will be the guests. Couples' night will feature ham on May 28. Reservations should be made by May 27. HELD OVER! NOW Thru WED. April 21 Eves. 7:15 t 9:15 Sat. Mat. 1 p.m Sun. 1:15-3:15-5:15-7:15-9:15 ThU "AMI DWWUNG GANG' COMBUN SUCK MAN AUNTWHn. moon atom •MYMTUIIinTO a UUNMIW NO IH POSH i NO RETURN flPPllflnCE CENTER ANNIVERSA SPECIAL SAVE $63 Regular $460 General Electric Washer & Dryer $39700 NOW - Ufc» G*> »»•• 4MJM1 Bride-elect... Mr. and ' Mrs. Joseph Riesselman Jr. of Route 1. Carroll, announce the engagement of their daughter, Rosemary Hornick, to Jerry Vorland, son of Dr. and Mrs. E. C. Vorland of Cedar Falls. The wedding is set for Aug. 21. Miss Peters Is Selected for Workshop Errollynne Peters of Lewiston, Idaho, former Carroll resident, has been selected by the Idaho Foreign Language Teachers Association to attend the Western Workshop for Language Teachers at Western Washington State College this summer. Miss Peters, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Peters of Carroll, is a Carroll High graduate. She has been teaching in Idaho for the past five years. Presently she teaches four levels of French and two composition classes at Lewiston. The workshop for 60 language teachers from Idaho, Oregon and Washington is made possible through a grant from the National Endowment for Humanities. It is scheduled fox. July 18 through Aug. 17 with an in-service follow-up next January. Participants will take three courses and receive eight credits and their expenses will be paid. SURGICAL PATIENT Mrs. Lillian Murphy of Carroll recently underwent surgery in Omaha. Her address is Clarkson Memorial Hospital, Room 778. 44th and Dewey. Omaha, Neb., 68105. JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE SPECIAL FOR YOUR EASTER FESTIVITIES JPKIA«JliURS.'Jll-J'JAT i .APg!L 1 J-J.*.*.lZ . v GOLDEN GLORY YELLOW BUTTER «*" 2 LAYER CAKE Delicious and beautifully decorated with Easter theme. Ideal Centerpiece $^59 «. B __ IA . ! For Your Easter Table Reg. <& SPECIAL r\$> ENRICHED ' ^SANDWICH BUNS Family pack 1 Doz. R eg . SAVE 12 DOZ. 89< n° 2 13< They freeze well, keep extra on hand in your freezer. ; BUTTER SPONGE MARY ANN SHORT CAKES SPECIAL 4for23< . ASSORTED c»tS^ DANISH BUTTERY ^^ COFFEE CAKE With fruit and nut fillings. Frosted! vanilla cream and caramel frosting. SPECIAL Reg. YOU SAVE 69< 79< Ecumenical Good Friday Service Set The Assembly of God Church will host the annual ecumenical Good Friday worship services. Local protestant churches also participating in the 1 p.m. services are the Trinity Episcopal. First United Methodist, United Presbyterian, all of Carroll, and St. John's Lutheran, of rural Glidden. The Rev. Allan M. Peterson, pastor of the Episcopal Church, will present the message. The Methodist and Assembly of God Churches will provide the music. Sodality is Planning a May Event Time* HcnM Mm Service ARCADIA — May 2 was set as the date for the annual May breakfast at a recent meeting of the Christian Mothers Sodality. Breakfast reservations at $1 per person may be made with Mrs. Paul Wuebker or Mrs. Marvin Hoffman of Arcadia, Mrs. Steve Collison of Carroll or Mrs. Gene Letting of Westside. Eighty-nine members, six guests and the Rev. C.A. Ahmann attended the meeting. The quilting club donated $100 to the Christian Mothers to assist in buying new cassocks for the church. The business session was followed by a fashion show narrated by Mrs. Vern Onken. Several parish women modeled clothes and shoes from three Carroll stores. Twenty-four women then modeled Easter bonnets they had made. Mrs. Dennis Leiting won first prize for the best hat. The door prize when to Mrs. Don Badding. Mrs. Drees Is Elected to Head E.S.A. Mrs. Douglas Drees was elected Tuesday night as president of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority for the coming year. The new slate also includes Mrs. David Schroeder, vice president; Mrs. Delbert Patrick, secretary; and Mrs. Dean Morlan, treasurer. They will be installed at the chapter's Founder's Day dinner meeting which is set for May 11 at 6:45 p.m. at the Pin Oaks. Mrs. Patrick hosted the business meeting at her home and also presented the inspiration. Plans were made for a progressive dinner on April 27," starting at 6:30 p.m. at Mrs. Norman Winchester's home. The women prepared eight Easter baskets for a local family. Mrs. Patrick served lunch at the close of the evening. Personals Mrs. L.W. Hillyer of Long Beach, Calif.; and Mrs. H.L. Moore of Gardena, Calif., returned to their homes Tuesday after spending three weeks at the home of Mrs. D.L. Hillyer. Last chance to get these delicious Lenten Hot Cross Buns 9 ,„, $103 4, BUTTER FLAKE DINNER ROLLS Sure to please your family and guests. You can taste that extra quality. 49 C Do, Re 3 59 C SAVl10 C SPECIAL Doz. 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" Reg. 3.59 Sp. 3.15 ,«tCA£^ Are V° u Planning a spring wedding? Stop at Jung's. See the pic- vr^-' tures of the cakes with a price to fit your pocket book plus a cake of highest quality (no mixes), plus exquisitely decorated in your choice of colors. Did you intend to order special decorated cake and forget? Jung's have one on hand in the low temp, cabinet. Ready to inscribe in just a few minutes. Ju "9's refrigerated case and low temp, case are burstin' at the seams with goodies that will enhance your festivities. Many Card Groups Had Parties Tuesday -Staff Photo Gets a 'Deuce' Bill... M. J. Maystadt of Carroll was one of the first in line to get one of the new $2 bills at the Carroll County State Bank Tuesday. Here Mrs. Sheryl Henrich, teller, hands him one of the bills received in a $5,000 shipment. So many of the bills are being printed that it is unlikely they will become collectors' items. I Calendar | WEDNESDAY— St. Paul Lutheran Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Charles E. Smith; Mary and Martha, church; Ruth, Mrs. Frank Beckman; Sarah, Mrs. Wil- bertSundermann" Toastmistress, Derby Kuemper Parents' Club STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Naomi Circle, ALCW, Mrs. Joseph Habetler Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp H.G. Club, Mrs. George Masching High Bidders, Mrs. James Wieland Chit-Chat, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Carroll County Republican Women's Club. 7:30 p.m. Tony's THURSDAY— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m.. IPS Clio Club. IPS Newcomers Club L. or L. Club. Mrs. Frank Wegner 8 C's Club. Mrs. Robert Overmohle C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh . . <;- Golden Circle pinochle '; SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— Eastern Star school of instruction. 12:30 p.m.; inspection. 7:30 p.m. Xi Gamma Pi. Mrs. Bernard Wells Holy Spirit Women's Guild Rainbow Girls. 3:30 p.m. Suspect Aspirin in Man's Death WATERLOO, Iowa (AP) A Waterloo man. rushed to a hospital here from the Black Hawk County jail, apparently died of an overdose of aspirin, authorities said Tuesday. Dennis Gene Voge, 26. was arrested Monday night for intoxication. Deputies later found two 500-tablet aspirin bottles in his, wrecked car. They questioned him. and Voge said he had taken six to 15 aspirin for a he a d a che. Sheriff Wendell Christensen said. Graduates JoAnn Irlmeier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Irlmeier of Route 1. Templeton. graduated April 9 from Americana Academy of Beauty, Des Moines. and is employed at Martha's Beauty Shop. Audubon. She is a 1975 graduate of Kuemper High School. Entertain for Miss Becker A bridal shower honoring Donna Becker, bride-elect >of Robert Riesberg. was given recently at the Lee Vonnahme home. Co-hostesses were Mrs. LeRoy Riesberg and Mrs. LeRoy Bierl. The honoree was presented with a corsage from her hostesses in her chosen colors. blue and white. After bridal games, gifts were opened and lunch was served. Miss Becker and Mr. Riesberg will exchange vows in a 1 p.m. ceremony May 8 at Holy Spirit Church. Mrs. John Juergens hosted the A.B. CLUB at her home Tuesday afternoon. Bridge winners were Mrs. Roy Heuton and Mrs. R.J. Clark. On April 27 the club will meet with Mrs. Paul Pascoe. Another group meeting in the afternoon was PLA-MOR Club, at Mrs. E.H. Rosenbaum's home. Mrs. Albert Reinhart received high score prize and Mrs. Vincent Collison, second. Mrs. W.R. Macke will be hostess next, April 27 at Tony's Restaurant. The N.H.N. CLUB'S bridge party was held at the home of Mrs. Lon Diers at Arcadia. Mrs. Elmer Bedford won high score prize; Mrs. Donald Diers, second; and Mrs. Leo Berning, third. The next party will be at Mrs. Berning's home. April 27. TOWN AND COUNTRY Club members met for an evening of bridge at the home of Mrs. Matt Hugeback. Mrs. Henry Steinkamp, Mrs. Louis Hannasch and the hostess won score prizes. The club will meet next on April 27 with Mrs. Hannasch. The last bridge party of the season for the TRUMPETTES Club was held at the home of Mrs. Howard Drees Tuesday night. Guests other than members were Mrs. Lois Houlihan and Mrs. William Hammen Sr. High score prize went to Mrs. Houlihan; second, Mrs. M.J. Arts; and low, Mrs. Robert Christensen. Another group that ended its season Tuesday night was the CHALLENGERS Club, meeting at the home of Colette Stork. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Glennie Prince, high; Mrs. Donald Nieland, second; and Dolores Baumhover. low. Members of the JOKERS Club and two other guests, Mrs. Richard Hartzell and Mrs. Gerald Mechura, played bridge at Mrs. Jerry Wilson's home. High score prize was won by Mrs. Dennis Snyder, who was co-hostess. Mrs. William McCarville won second arid Mrs. George Grouse, low! The May 11 party will be at the home of Mrs. William Baumhover. Mrs. M.H. Van Valkenburg entertained A.B.C.CLUB at her home, with Carol Ahmann BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC as an additional guest for the evening bridge party. Prize winners were Mrs. William Frank, Mrs. Lester Schleisman and the hostess. On April 27 the club will meet with Mrs. Merle Stevens. The J.L.C. CLUB met for bridge at the home of Mrs. James Houlihan, whose additional guest for the evening was Mrs. Joe Staiert. Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery and Mrs. Otto Bluml were awarded prizes at the close of the evening. The next party >will be at Mrs. Schroeder's home, April 27. Mrs. Anna Hausman hosted the F.N.W. EUCHRE Club at her home Tuesday night. At one table Mrs. Ed Hannasch won high prize and Mrs., Margaret Sapp, second. Mrs. Vitus Schechinger and Mrs. Vincent Ricke won high and second at the other and Mrs. Elizabeth Augustine received the traveling prize. Mrs. Hannasch will be hostess next, April 27. Mrs. Leon Masching entertained the F.F.F. CLUB at her home Monday night. The group played hearts. Among those present was Mrs. Ed Willenborg who will be a member of the club. The next hostess will be Mrs. Alver Schmitz, May 11. TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL SAVE $40.00 G.E. 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L ^^eMBMB^- The taste that brings you back. •••••••••^••^.•.>MM.«iM HH .M.._ M ' Hafi*eeiroodS«lems.lnc.«76 ( ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ ^^ .^.M •• U.S. Highway 30 & 6th Street Carroll

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