Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 15, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, April 15, 1976
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'Lydia' is Studied by Guild Circles "Lydia" was the study topic presented at the meetings of the five circles of St. Paul Lutheran Women's Guild throughout the day Timct Herald, Carroll, la. M Ttiunday, April 15, 1976 4 For Mother's Day, Get her something to remember you... something like FAMILY RINGS 90 Available in 10K white or yellow gold. Ring will hold from 2 to 7 birthstones. $21.50 Plus $3.00 for each stone LOEHR'S JEWELRY Westgate Mall TRI-County Model Airplane Display 10 A.M. to 5 P.M. Saturday, April 17 Carroll Mall Wednesday. Business concerned the Guild's bake sale on May 7 at Westgate Mall and the LWML rally set for April 21 at Lake City. Circles will meet next on May 12. Mrs. Charles E. Smith was hostess for the morning meeting of EUNICE Circle, at her home, attended by about 12 members. Mrs. Donald Wuertz was topic leader. The group heard a report on the recent birthday party at the Carroll Manor. The next meeting will be at Mrs. Darrell Heuton's home. MARTHA Circle met in the church basement, where Mrs. Victor Jons was hostess for the afternoon. The topic was presented by Mrs. Frank Koepke. Plans were made for hosting the birthday party at the Manor later this month. The next hostess will be Mrs. Elmer Fricke. Fourteen members attended the afternoon meeting of MARY Circle, also held at the church. Hostesses were Mrs. William Anderson and Mrs. William Frank. Mrs. Henry Johnson read an article, "The Eggs in Our Easter" and also conducted the study topic. Next month's meeting also will be at the church. Meeting in the evening at Mrs. Frank Beckman's home were five RUTH Circle members and Guild President Mrs. Wayne Harmening. Mrs. Ralph Peters was topic leader. The May meeting will be at the church, with Mrs. Mabel Borkowski as hostess. The other evening group, SARAH Circle, met at the home of Mrs. Wilbert Sundermann, whose co-hostess was Mrs. Harold Grundmeier. Ten members attended. Topic leader was Mrs. Ray Beck. Mrs. Max Sherwood will be hostess for the next meeting. AnnualJaycee Women are Hostesses to Card Groups Mrs. James entertained the HIGH BIDDERS at Tony's Restaurant Wednesday afternoon, with Mrs. Fred Deierling and Mrs. Louis Nockels as guests other than members. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. Marvin Collison, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld and Mrs. Deierling. On April 28 the hostess will be Mrs. Walter Millenacker. CHIT-CHAT Club met for an evening of bridge at Mrs. Merlin Hugeback's home Wednesday evening. Guests outside club membership were Mrs. Donald Derner, who won high score prize, and Mrs. Edward Fasbender. Mrs. Glenn Heithoff received second high and Mrs. Roger Kanne, low. Plans were made for a dinner on April 28 to end the season. Mrs. Henry Steinkamp was hostess for the monthly meeting of Grant Township HOMEMAKERS Club at her country home Wednesday afternoon. Pinochle was played at two tables, with Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer winning high score prize and Erna Langmeier, second. The hostess kept the tally prize and Mrs. Joe Schirck, the traveling prize. The next party is set for May 12 at Mrs. William J. Kanne's home. Meeting Wednesday night at Mrs. Frank Wegner's home were members of the L. OR L. CLUB. High score prize for canasta was won by Mrs. Reynold Groth; low went to Mrs. Ray Henkenius. Mrs. Wegner received birthday gifts. On May 20 the club will meet with Mrs. Art Wenck. Six tables were in play at the Wednesday night euchre party at the GOLDEN CIRCLE clubrooms. Women's prizes were won by Mrs. Vincent Ricke, high, and Mrs. Victor Wernimont, second. Mr. Ricke won high for men and Lawrence Venner, second. Mrs. Esther Luchtel and Mrs. Ed Hannasch received tally prizes. SPELA KORT Club met for bridge Tuesday night at Mrs. Harold Bierl's home. Winners included Mrs. LaRoy-Comes, high; Mrs.'Robert Quinn, second; and Mrs. William Stickrod, traveling. Mrs. '•Comes will have the next party, April 27. 2 project possible. || UPW BAKE Sale, Westgate Mall — Sat., Apr. 17 — 9 a.m. ADV. Put your dollars to work IN A SAVINGS ACCOUNT They'll work for the community, and they'll work for YOU. only financial OEPOSII INSUDEO IO (0,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION '11 ever need Carroll County State Bank A FULL SERVICE BANK Arcadia — Carroll Social Calendar] -Slatf Pholo Plan Recital... The Carroll Clio Club will sponsor a recital by Diane Reicks as the organization's bicentennial project this summer. Pictures are committee members working on the project. Front row, left, are: Sr. Caroline Schumacher, Diane Reicks and Mrs. Larry Reicks. Second row left:_Mrs. David Collison, Mrs. Leighton Wederath, Mrs. W. L. Chambers and Mrs. L. R. Chapman. Kuemper to Be Evaluated by Educators Terrance Sexton,-head of the English department, spoke on the upcoming North Central Association evaluation at Kuemper High School Parents' Club meeting Wednesday night. A visiting team of approximately 30 educators will evaluate every aspect,of the school April 26-28, he explained. This is a self-evaluation which allows educators to update their program, he said. The speech'department, under the direction of Robert Galligan, presented a program. Four speeches were given by students, who had superior ratings in the district and state contests. Lori Beckman and Jayne Staley, seniors, read prose. Terry Shirbroun, freshman, gave an after dinner speech. Greg Sernett, sophomore, presented a public address. The Rev. James Smith thanked the Carroll Chamber of Commerce for the boys' basketball sweaters. He also thanked the Carroll Knights of Columbus for the $2,000 donation for the purchase of new band uniforms. He complimented the students on the "Oklahoma!" production. The eighth grade "play day" for those students planning to attend Kuemper will be May 3. POSTPONE NEWCOMERS The meeting of Newcomers Club scheduled for April 15 has been postponed to next Thursday, April 22, at Tony's Restaurant, because of Holy Week. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC The junior-senior prom will be May 8. Refreshments for the meeting were served by the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel and Maple River parishes, under the direction of Mr. "and Mrs. Clarence Schapman and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Loew. New officers will be elected at the May 12 meeting. Clio Club to Sponsor Recital July 11 The Carroll Clio Club will sponsor a musical-recital by Diane Reicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Reicks. on July 11. Miss Reicks will receive a degree in music education from St. Benedictine's College, Atchison, Kansas She will play the piano and sing at the evening recital in the Holy Spirit Auditorium. She will be accompanied by her sister, Gail, during the vocal part of the performance. Clio Club will host a reception for Miss Reicks following the performance. The club is sponsoring the recital as its bicentennial project. Miss Bauer To be Wed MANILLA — Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bauer of Manilla announce the engagement of their daughter Sheila to James Sleister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sleister of Manilla. Miss Bauer will graduate in May from Iowa Lakes Community College. Estherville. with an Associate of Arts degree in recreation. Her fiance is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University and teaches at Southeast Warren Community High School, Liberty Center. A June 26 wedding is being planned at Sacred Heart Church. Manning. . - Naomi Circle Of ALCW Has Meeting_ Mrs. Joseph Habettler was . hostess for the April meeting of Naomi Circle, American Lutheran Church Women, at her home Wednesday evening. Mrs. 'Lyle Fleshner and Mrs. Larry Smith were guests in addition to 12 members. The Bible study for the evening led by Mrs. Elmer Behrens was titled "The Healthy World." In the businessvsession the women discussed contributing three blankets to Lutheran World Relief in response to a plea received by the St. John's ALCW. Announcements were made of the district spring conference at St. Paul's Church in Treynor May 5 and the general ALCW meeting at St. John's on May 18. The circle's May 12 meeting will be held at 9:30 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Mary Johannsen. A Service of Darkness Good Friday "Were You There When The Sun Refused To Shine?", a service commemorating the death of Jesus Christ on Good Friday, will be held at St. Paul Lutheran Church at 1:00 p.m. Friday. The event, a tenebrae service, will lead from a fully lighted church to complete darkness as the story of Christ's death unfolds. Seven candles will be extinguished, one by one. to illustrate the impending death of Jesus. The service will conclude with the congregation leaving the church in silence as they reflect upon the events of the holy day. The public is invited. IF YOUROLD MICROWAVE OVEN . .-, WON'T DO WHAT THIS REVOLUTIONARY INEW ONE WILL... (TRADE IT IN AT... HOME APPLIANCE CENTER Y$ INTRODUCING THE NEW Touchmatit MICROWAVE'OVEN ... 'Ihi 1 Hrsl microwau 1 oven wild u memory! this Is the most fantastic product of our generation. Imagine. Microwave cooking simply by touching numbers and functions. It's the first microwave oven with a memory and it's simple as 1-2-3 to operate. ' Join the crowds when our demonstrator shows how to program a choice of defrost and slo-cook or defrost and cook in combination. At last... you can take food from the freezer to the table ... with one setting at the beginning. COME IN TO SKI; Till; FAIiULOUS AMANA TOUCHMATIC KADARANOL- IN ACTION...YOU'LL BE ABSOLUTELY AMAZED! AND GET IN OIM OUR TRADE-IN BONANZA. OUR TRADE-IN ALLOWANCES ARE AMAZING. TOO! HEATING PLUMBING AIR COND. DREES Co HOME APPLIANCE • CENTER 792-2863 Carroll Iowa HOME OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE THURSDAY- 8 C's Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Lynn Tevepaugh 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. 'County Fair' Is Feature of PEG Meet Mrs. Jonathon Hall managed a "County "Fair" as the program at a meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.O. Tuesday night at Mrs. Gordon Wade's home. Three acts were featured. Mrs. Donald Jones, as the noted portrait artist "J.J.," drew portraits of three members .and gave them to her models. Fortunes were told by. the Gypsy, "Madam Zzaj," played by Mrs. Robert Ware. Mrs. Allen Stroh and Mrs. Robert Blincow appeared as a two-headed woman, we'aring one dress •and performing their respective talents of guitar playing and reciting poetry. A number of country-fair 'type awards also were given by Mrs. Hall to several of the chapter members. Mrs. Wade and her co-hostess, Mrs. Vernon Juergens, served refreshments from a table decorated in the Easter motif. The chapter will meet next with Mrs. William Goodwin, April 27. Golden Circle TUESDAY- American Legion Auxiliary Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Collison Gay Nine T's, Mrs. Lynn Curry Players 8, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Lewis Voyles Delta Dek, Red Carpet Lunch Menus Lunch menus at Carroll Community schools for the coming week: Tuesday, April 20 — Chow meln with noodles, chocolate cake, pink applesauce, peanut butter sandwiches, milk. Wednesday, April 21 —.Ham loaf, sweet potatoes, chilled tomatoes, sliced peaches, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, April 22 — Hamburger on bun, dill pickles, french fries, lettuce with bananas and oranges, bread and butter, milk. 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