Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 21, 1976 · Page 4
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Clubs Met for Bridge and Pinochle The COMMUNITY Club was entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Ed Lenz. An additional guest for the pinochle party was Mrs. Elizabeth Wernimont. Prize winners were Mrs. Leo Berning, high; Mrs. Rudolph Nees, second; Mrs. Louis Bueltel, tally; and Mrs. Wernimont, traveling. On May 4 the club will meet with Mrs. William J.Kanne. Mrs. Lewis Voyles was hostess to members of 2-4-T CLUB and another guest, Mrs. Leo Meisheid, at her home Tuesday evening. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Alfred W. Smith, high; Mrs. Leonard Schechinger, second; and Mrs. Earl Schrad, traveling. Mrs. Schechinger will have the next party, April 27. DELTA DEK ended its season Tuesday evening with a no-hostess dinner at the Red Carpet and bridge at the home of Mrs. Carl Hess. Mrs. Lambert Thelen, Mrs. L.W. Lynch and Mrs. Frank Daley received score prizes. Parties will resume in September. Meeting at Mrs. Steve Collison's country home Tuesday night for bridge were Lunch Menus Lunch menus for Carroll Community Schools In the coming week: Monday, April 26 — Maldrites, trench fries, coleslaw, cherry topped cake, milk. "> Tuesday, April 27 — Dried beef gravy, baking powder biscuits, cheese slices, Waldorf salad, oatmeal chocolate chip cookie, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday, April 21 — Chicken fried steak, buttered corn, sliced apricots, crunchy topped cake, bread and butter, milk. Thursday, April 2f — Ham salad sandwiches, baked beans, cottage cheese, peaches, bread and butter, milk. Friday, April 30— Meat balls, potato salad, relishes, pudding, bread and butter, milk. Time* Herald, Carroll, la. m Wednesday, April 21, 1976 4 Q-3-TU CLUB members and one other guest. Mrs. Dick Wuebker of Arcadia. High score prize was won by Mrs. Robert Nieland, who will be the next hostess on May 18. Mrs. Daniel Sullivan won second high and Mrs. Patrick Lehman, low. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan entertained the PLAYERS 8 Club at her home Tuesday night, with Mrs. Gene Schieffer as a guest other than members. Mrs. Roy Lynch received high score prize in bridge; Mrs. Linus Goblirsch, second; and Mrs. Rex Krebs, low. Mrs. Goblirsch will be hostess next, May 4. 'Poppy Days' Are Set by Auxiliary Unit May 27 and 28 were set as "Poppy Days" in Carroll by Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, at its regular meeting Tuesday night at the Legion hall. All unit members were asked to help in the sale of the veteran-made memorial poppies. Large poppies will be offered to business houses the week before. Mrs. Charles Harms, unit president, conducted the meeting. Mrs. Earl Berns reported on the book "Can America Win the Next War?" by Drew Middleton, which the unit is.purchasing for the Carroll Public Library. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Joseph Uhlenkamp. Announcements were made of the next County Auxiliary meeting at Manning on April 28; the next local unit meeting on May 18; and the pillow cleaning unit's visit Here June 8 at Mrs. Arnold Witt's garage. To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. Ted Eischeid Jr. of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Barbara to Bob Sturm, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Sturm of Manning. Miss Eischeid is a physical therapy assistant at Lutheran Medical Center and her fiance, a commercial artist employed at Speed Print, both in Omaha. A Sept. 4 wedding is being planned. IS THERE LIFE AFTER DIVORCE? A special news series starting tonight 6 & 10 PM NEWS 8 KCCI-TV • DES MOINES Kuhl-Jahn Vows Said MANILLA — Mrs. Alice Kuhl of Irwin and Louie P.M. Jahn of Manilla were married April 10 in the Immanuel Lutheran Church at Littleton, Colo. The Rev. Fredrich Hahn performed the 7 p.m. ceremony which was followed by a dinner at Wilson's Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Jahn are now at home on Route 1, Manilla. The couple visited from April 8 through 11 at the home of Mr. Jahn's son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. John Kilgore and family. All attended the confirmation of Kevin Kilgore April 11, also at Immanuel Lutheran Church. Boeckman Returns From Convention Tlmts Herald News Service CARNARVON - Gene Boeckman returned home Tuesday night from a school convention in California. ' Mr. Steven Olerich spent Easter vacation visiting friends in Ohio. Mr. John Chambers, Maryland, was a guest in the Ronald Meyer home here Tuesday. On Wednesday he left for his home. His mother, Mrs. Tom Chambers, of Lake View, accompanied him to Maryland. HOSPITALIZED Elmer Throop is in University Hospitals, Iowa City for four to five weeks of treatment. He is in 2 Tower, Room 240. PWPArea Parley Here on Saturday Delegates from about 16 chapters throughout Iowa will attend the spring Hawkeye regional conference of the Parents Without Partners Club at Tony's on Saturday. The agenda includes two workshops at 11 a.m. on family and youth programming and educational programming. The election of regional officers and business meeting will be at 1 p.m. The judging of the international youth exhibits will also be at that time. Cocktails will be served at 6 p.m., dinner at 7 p.m., and dancing to Eddie Bear and His Cubs at 9 p.m. - All PWP members desiring invitations should contact Erwin Grote, Carroll, at 792-9623, or Maxine Pithan, Denison, at 263-4828. Manning Club Plans to Mark Graves Time! Herald News Service MANNING - Royal Neighbors met Monday evening for their regular meeting at the home of Caroline Clark. The regular routine of business was conducted. Memorial Day grave markers will be placed on the graves of members who have passed away during the past year. Bingo was played with prizes going to Edna Hiatt, Ella Reimers, Ruby Schrum, Nettie Hansen and Dorthy Sharp. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ruhde and Russ drove to Seargent Bluff on Saturday afternoon to spend the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Randy Collins. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jansen, Omaha, were Tuesday evening visitors in the Albert Jansen home. Little Flower Study met at the home of Jean Saunders on Thursday. The meeting opened with prayer. Roll call was answered with a current event. Delores Herbers gave the lesson on "Neighborhood." Elm Crest Club Met BRENNY'S MARKET WEST 3RD STREET PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY. APRIL 27 LEAN TENDER PORK STEAK $119 1 Lb. U.S.D.A. Choice Cook-Out Steak Sliced Large Bologna Farmland Sausage Fresh Ground Beef 3 .ib.. Wilton TifW Braunschweiger u,. /y* L, 89< i, 89< Mb. Roll By BUTTER-NUT COFFEE 2-Lbs $489 2 £ • I f\f\ Sunny Smile Fruit Cocktail No . VA can Tendersweet Cut Asparagus 300 can Steele County 303 Can POOS 5 for Frank's 303 Can Sauerkraut 4 for Franco-American 15-Oz. £ • t\f\ Spaghetti 5 for *1 °° Welch's Grape Jelly 32-01. Pringle's PotatO Chips ....Twin Pak Crisco Oil 2 4-oi. / 9* Debbie Liquid Soap 32-Ox. Bounce Clothes Softener 20 ct. Pert Facial Tissue i 9 . MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM Gal. 99 GRADE A CUT-UP FRYERS 49! Fresh Baby Beef f* «r j, Liver Lb 37* U.S.D.A. Choice Beef f* f*.. Chuck Roast Lb . 89* Center Cut dv.<v OO Pork Chops...... lb . * I 39 Homemade Country-Style * • f*n Sausage... ib. * I Pork loin OO£ RoaSt lb. yy* BLUE BONNET STICK OLEO Lb. Peter Pan Hamburger O t\+ BunS 12 Pak 2 Pkgs. *jy Peter Pan . f\t\+ Bread i6-oi. 3 for ww Anderson Erickson * _ rt/ » Dip .....3 for*l°° Washington Delicious f\f\+ Apples ib. ^y 88 Size . *7fW Oranges DO,, /y* Tomatoes ...ib. 29* i6-oi. QQe Dr. Pepper s p a k tfy* + Dtp. Old Milwaukee Beer Milwaukee Best Beer Schmidt Beer RHODES FROZEN BREAD DOUGH 5 Pak $109 -bluff Photo Kicking up their heels ... are the girls in the Carroll Community High Swing Show chorus line. They are rehearsing for "Tiger Tales '76" to be performed at 8 p.m. Friday and Saturday nights at the high school auditorium. From lelt: Ueena Hamer, Michele White, Bev Fuller, Lori Wilkens, Sue Jones and Lynette Hansen. The can-can girls will dance in the Ballet Parisien number. In Manning I Intel Herald Newi Service MANNING — Elm Crest Community Club met on Thursday for an afternoon meeting. Roll call was the discussion of garden projects. Mrs. Ed Long and Else Struve were the hostesses. Sunday dinner guests at the Wilma and Susan Wiese home in Schaller were Mrs. Mamie Eich, Mr. and MrV Lewis Popp and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Popp. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Odens and family. Forest City, were weekend guests in the Albert Jansen home. Additional Saturday visitors were Mrs. Wallis Tonsfeldt and Ann of Sioux City, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Ruhde and Russ, and Leroy Jansen. CCARC MEETING Carroll County Association for Retarded Citizens will meet at 8 p.m. Thursday, April 22, in the Manning school fcafeteria. A filmstrip will be shown and winners of the essay contest will be present to read-their compositions,BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Miss Irlmeier Complimented Times Herald News Service ARCADIA — Mrs. Melvin Jahde'entertained at an evening dinner party recently for Sharon Irlmeier of Carroll, May 15 bride-elect of Jim Daniel. Attending; besides the honoree and her mother, Mrs. Albert Irlmeier of Manning, were 19 persons from the maternity and nursery department of St. Anthony Regional Hospital, Carroll, where Miss Irlmeier is a nurses' aidei Miss Irlmeier opened her gifts after dinner. Bundts Visit Relatives In Nebraska Times Herald News Service WALL LAKE — Mr. and Mrs. Ken Bundt were Saturday overnight and Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Kies at Blair, Neb. Mrs. Dick Reiter and Jayne drove to Waverly Saturday where they attended Karen Reiter's recitaLat-Wartburg.. Cpllege. Mrs. Reiter, Karen arid Jayne spent the .day. Sunday .with'Mr."and Mrs. Mark Reiter at West Union. Karen Reiter of Wartburg College, Waverly, arrived home Monday to spend her " spring break in the home of her parents, Mr. and,Mrs.. Dick Reiter. School Bond Proposal Loses TAMA, rl'owa" (AP) — Voters in the South Tama Community School District have defeated a $397,.0001bond issue to add vocational agriculture and industrial arts classrooms to South Tama High School. The measure received 582 no votes and 396 yes votes in balloting Tuesday. School officials said they would meet later to decide whether to resubmit the issue. ROUND TABLE TRIP Thirty-four Round Table Study Club members and guests will take a trip to the Firehouse Dinner Theater, . Omaha, Saturday as the club's closing party. The chartered bus will be at, the court house parking lot by 8:30 a.m. for departure at 9. NEW ALBUM! OLIVIA NEWTON-JOHN - Special one week only at 44 SBRNBTT Social Ca/endar WEDNESDAY— U.M.W. Circles: I, II, III, church; IV, Mrs. Ernest Larson 'U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. Paul Anneberg; Afternoon, Mrs. Lester Heinen; Evening, Mrs. Roger Osborn Dealers 9, Mrs. Daniel Wurzer Golden Circle euchre Duplicate Bridge, 8 p.m., IPS THURSDAY— ? Newcomers, Tony's triple C Club, Mrs. William Siepker, 8 C's Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle STOP ClubT408 W. 7th St. New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols. - v .' E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike Sullivan' Eight O'clock Club, Country Club , N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Philip Renze FRIDAY— Golden Circle SATURDAY— v j. Round Table closing party 1 Spring-Dance, 9pm, Country Club Golden Circle SUNDAY— •„ , CDA Mother-Daughter Plant Leaves Poison Hazards DBS MOINES, Iowa (AP) — Poisoning,from plants is the fifth lead-ing .cause of accidental poisoning in children. : 't h e .low a Department of Health'said Tuesday. ' Dr. John E. Goodrich said there are more than 700 species of plants in the United States that can be identified as dangerous, including many common garden and indoor plants: The vines of tomato and potato plants, rhubarb leaves, Easter lilies, amaryllis, daffodils and jonquils all are poisonous. mass, 10 a.m., Holy Spirit Church; breakfast, Elks' Club F. B. Women Plan a Tour; Invite Public Plans for a May 11 tour to Des Moines were made by Carroll County Farm Bureau Women at a special executive meeting held Monday evening. The tour is open to the public and will include the Living History Farms, Salisbury House and the new Farm Bureau building. There also will be time for shopping. The bus will leave from the Carroll Farm Bureau office at .6:15 a.m. and return at 8:30. Cost is $9.25. Reservations may be made at the local office, 602 W. 8th St., and will be made on a first-come, first-serve basis. TICKET DEADLINE T i c.k e t s for ,t h e , mother-daughter breakfast of St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, should be purchased by Friday afternoon, it was announced Wednesday by Mrs. Leonard Madigan, regent. They are available from any court officer and at the Vogue Ready-to-Wear. The breakfast wilrbe served at the Elks' Club Sunday,April 25, following a 10 a.m. mass at Holy Spirit Church. J? BRING THE FAMItY ^ ^ A true account of one or = [the most incredible journeys= = in American history. ^ A TBUE MOtfy = Now Thru Wed. APRIL 28 Eves. At 7:15 49:15 P.M. Sun. Cont. 1:15 Thru 9:15 (Seven Aloiiei CARROLL IOWA '• 792-9096 7 Days STARTS THURS. APRIL 22 Thru 28th Evei. At 7:00 A 9:10 Sun. Al 2:30, 4:45 7:00*9:10 IT'S BACK BY YOUR • DEMAND! , The Nation') No I .? : Bett-icllmojBoofc f ; 3 Days THURS., FRI., SAT. APRIL 22 Thru 24th Eves. Cont. From 7:00 P.M. f CORNBALL COMEDY ' Double Feature! 3 Days THURS., FRI. SAT. APRIL 22 Thru 24 Eves. At 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. = GIGGLE A LITTLE S AND LAFF A LOT! 1 FUNlLAFFS: MA & PA KETTLE 1 PLUS CO-HIT!!! g '"Support Your % Local Sheriff^ III* 4 Days Sun. Thru Wed,. APRIL 25-28 EVES. 749 Sun. At 2:00, 7 & 9 P.M. 'MA & PA KETTLE INWAIKIKI" 1 ELI I OTT GOULD DIANE KEATON ..FtirNow ID3 4 Days SUN. Thru WED. APRIL 25 Thru 28 Eves. At 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiii I ElilOn GOULD ; f JENNIFER I (TNEILLf S The Army's P g prize human = guinea pigs = turn on = the gas! > SS I ' I Wiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii 1 JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE uV ANGEL CREAM FILLED FRIED ^ LUNCHEON BARS Delicious fried bars filled with whipped Holland cream and | dipped in hot fudge. SPECIAL $129 Doz. Re 9- $149 SAVE Doz. SPECIAL FRENCH CRISP HARD ROLLS Reg; SAVE z 52< TOW ^HOMEMADE BREAD \ / Like Grandma used to make. Large loaves baked two in pan. I large 42* Loaf for 2 Loaves O 2 |Reg. 4 8* Loaf SAVE*! 4*on Two Leave BUTTERY DANISH CLUSTERS 8 Danish Butter Rolls baked in brown) sugar and butter, and fresh pecans. SPECIAL Reg., SAVE 97* duster *T 13 16* -,-v*V TWO LAYER tgg^ CHOCOLATE FUDGE LAYER CAKES' Frosted with fudge frosting and topped] with pecans. SPECIAL Reg. SAVE $148 $]64 15* ecAr^Ho* from the oven 11:30 every Friday Hot Biscuits, Clover leaf I t^^ and white Mountain Dinner Rolls, Assorted Fruit and Nut Filled Butter Danish •Coffee Cakes, Pecan Cups and that Jung's famous [Homemade Bread (on special this week). rtCV^- Chocolate fudge eclairs special 6 for *1.39 ^T Cream Filled Cream Puffs nnedwitu whipped cream 6 for *1.39 .A. Individual and artistic attention given to every wedding cake ^" plus top quality ingredients to complete the wedding cake. Beautiful to look at and delicious to eat.

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