Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 28, 1976 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 28, 1976
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Thirteen Card Club Parties Held Tuesday Timci Herald, Carroll, la. Wcdnetday, April 28, 1976 SPELA KORT Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. LaRoy Comes Tuesday evening, with Mrs. Rex Heese as an additional guest, winning bridge prizes were the hostess and Mrs. James Kanne. Mrs. Robert Day will have the next party, May 11. Mrs. Jerome Goecke was an evening hostess, entertaining the HONORETTES at her home. Mrs. Duane Hannasch was a guest other than members. Bridge prizes were won by the hostess, Mrs. Anthony Stalzer and Mrs. Kathleen Reinhart. On May 11 the club will meet with Mrs. Richard Hartzell. Another group playing bridge Tuesday night was the E.S.P. CLUB, at Mrs. Dean Fredrickson's home. High score prize went to Mrs. G.W. Harnack, who will be hostess next on May 25. Mrs. Merlin Hugeback won second and Mrs. Edward Fasbender, low. Mrs. W.R. Macke entertained PLA-MOR Club at a bridge-luncheon at Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. O.K. Juergens and Mrs. L.R. Chapman were awarded score prizes. The next party will be held May 18, with Mrs. Colette Bock as hostess. Meeting in the evening at the home of Mrs. Louis FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Sat., May 1 Music By UNITED POLKA BAND 50th Anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Sleckleberg (Coming May 22) United Polka Band Hannasch were members of TOWN AND COUNTRY Club. Mrs. Joe Pick, Mrs. Paul Tigges and the hostess were bridge prizewinners. The next party will be at Mrs. Henry Steinkamp'shomeonMay 11. The A.B. CLUB met for bridge in the afternoon at Mrs. Paul Pascoe's home. Mrs. R.J. Clark held high score and Mrs. Merle Stevens, low. The club will play next on May 11 at the home of Mrs. Roy Heuton. Mrs. Lester Wheatley was hostess for the Q.B.C. CLUB's last party of the season, entertaining at her home Tuesday night. Her additional guest was Mrs. George Coffin of Westside. High score bridge prize was given to Mrs. Jerry Shields and low, to Mrs. Charles Sides. The F.N.W. EUCHRE Club met Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs. Ed Hannasch. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Anna Hausman and Mrs. Hugo Wessling; second, Mrs. Frances Irlmeier and Mrs. Leo Augustine; and traveling, Mrs. Frank Goetzinger. Mrs. Vincent Ricke will have the next party on May 11. Mrs. Bruce Fuller was hostess to members of the B.F.F. CLUB and three other guests, Mrs. Robert Nieland, Mrs. Patrick Lehman and Mrs. Gerald Bryan, Tuesday night at her home. Bridge winners included Mrs. Darrell Sunderman, high; the hostess, second; and Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach, low, A no-hostess dinner is planned for May 25 to end the season. H.N.H. CLUB members were entertained at Mrs. Leo BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC Berning's home at Arcadia. Mrs. Clair Schmilz was winner of the high score bridge prize; Mrs. Dennis Leiting, second; and Mrs. Robert Schweers. third. On May 11 the club will meet with Mrs. Elmer Bedford. Mrs. Merle Stevens entertained A.B.C. CLUB at her home Tuesday evening. At bridge, score prizes were won by the hostess, Mrs. Ed Johnson and Mrs. Mary Johannsen. The next hostess will be Mrs. William Anderson, May 11. Bridge was played at the evening party of the J.L.C. CLUB at Mrs. Ed Schroeder's home. Winners were Mrs. James Houlihan, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery, Mrs. Louis Wolterman and Mrs. Leonard Bromert. Mrs. Montgomery will entertain next, May 11. The 2-4-T CLUB was entertained Tuesday night at Mrs. Leonard Schechinger's home. Mrs. Paul Schechinger received high score bridge prize; Mrs. Art Reinart, second; and the hostess, traveling. On May 11 the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Orville Reiman. List Winners of Pinewood Small cars zoomed down the track Tuesday night at the Cub Scout pack 100 Pinewood Derby races. Winning first place was Tony Boes. Mark Renze took second, and Brian Haverman placed third. Linus Goblirsch and Paul Minnehan operated the race track. The judges were Eugene Wagner and Gary Schieffer. The cars were registered and tagged by Dr. Robert Christensen, Cub- master Dennis Warnke, Paul Minnehan and the Webelos leader! Assistants were Michael Riesberg and Steve Warnke. Robbie Reicks, John Volk and Jeff Sullivan received the naturalist, scholar, athlete, artist and heritage badges.. ana DREES CO INC. HEATING PLUMBING Am COMDITIOMIMO Discover Miracle Cooking I- MICROWAVE/OVEN THE AMANA TOUCHMATIC RADARANGE SEE IT DEMONSTRATED! FRIDAY NITE APR. 30 COOKING SCHOOL ONE NITE ONLY Special Cooking Class for men and women from 7:30 P.M. to 9 P.M. Friday Nite, Apr. 30 Makes microwave cooking simple as 1-2-3! The Amana Touchmatic Radarange Microwave Oven makes it possible to get food from the freezer to the table, sizzling hot, with one setting at the beginning. It's as easy as 1-2-3! You can set it to defrost and slow cook — or defrost and cook — in combination. Put in a frozen roast. Touch the numbers for defrosting time and cooking time — and the solid state "computer" takes over. It will defrost the roast — then automatically wait for the temperature to even — and cook the roast. It's all automatic. Cooks everything with split second accuracy and tells you dinner's ready with a "beep." There's a digital clock on the control panel that displays the time of day in big, bright numbers. When you're cooking, this is a split second timer that displays the remaining cooking time. Then when cooking's done — it remembers, and displays the time of day again automatically. Come in for a demonstration. You've got to see the Amana Touchmatic Radarange oven in action to really understand how incredibly versatile microwave cooking can be. SPEND LESS TIME COOKING. . SPENDLESSTIME CLEANING UP. COOKING SCHOOL SPECIAL PRICES 609 NORTH CARROLL ST. CARROLL, IOWA 51401 DREES CO 'Home of Dependable Service" Mrs. Martin Recipient of State Award Mrs. John E. Martin, wife of a Carroll optometrist, was named "Mrs. O.D. of the Year" by the Iowa Optometric Association in Des Moines Monday. It was the first time the award has been given. A plaque was presented to Mrs. Martin at the annual awards luncheon during the 78th annual Iowa Optometric Association Educational Congress held April 25-27 at Hilton Inn, Hyatt House. Dr. Martin also was in attendance. Mrs. Martin's award was given in recognition of her work in state and national auxiliaries. She is past president of the state auxiliary of the IDA, has worked in the National Safety Council, Northwestern University Traffic Institute, and the Michigan State University Traffic Safety Seminar. She will represent Iowa as a candidate for "Mrs. O.D. of the Year" at the annual meeting of the American Optometric Association in Las Vegas, Nev., June 20-27. Dr. Thomas Ward, Des Moines, was named "O.D. of the Year" at the Des Moines convention. Dr. Ray C. Wunderlich, M.D ., a Miami, Fla., pediatrician, was recipient of the John E. Martin Award for the scientist who has made the greatest contribution to ' conservation of vision. The award is given annually in Dr. Martin's name by the IOA. Caseworker Employed by Catholic Unit A full-time caseworker has been hired by the Carroll branch office of Catholic Charities. . Lanie Vergith, who began work April 5, is a December, 1975 graduate of Morningside College, Sioux City, where she received a bachelor's degree in psychology and social work. Prior to her employment with Catholic Charities, Ms. Vergith was an alcoholism counselor at the Community Treatment and Residential Care Center in Sergeant Bluff. ,... ; Her involvement will include marriage and family •counselling, foster care, adoption preparation, and unwed parents. Ms. Vergith is a native of Denison and plans to make her home in Carroll. Personals Time: Herald News Service CARNARVON - Miss Mary Boeckman of Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Boeckman and Dale of here. Summer Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Eugene B. Hoffman of Mt. Carmel announce the engagement of their daughter Patricia to James Oleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Oleson of Springville. The wedding is set for Aug. 28 at Mt. Carmel. Miss Hoffman is a registered nurse at Mercy Hospital, Des Moines. Her fiance will graduate in May from Drake University with a degree in commercial art. Election is Held, Recital is Presented A music recital by individual students and the orchestra, under the direction of Sr. Ann Greteman, was featured at the St. Lawrence Home and Sc ho o 1 Organization meeting Tuesday. Officers elected during the short business meeting are: President Dale Wittry, Vice President Jim Reicks, and Secretary-Treasurer Mrs. Larry (Donna) Lenz. Members-viewed a film strip produced by Guidance Counsellor Frank Hermsen and Mrs. Eliseo Evangelista on the fifth grade students. Msgr. Henry Karhoff expressed appreciation to the teachers, parents, and everyone involved at St. Lawrence- for their cooperation in making 1975-76 a successful year. Refreshments were served in the cafeteria by the sixth grade mothers. DDCTOMEET The Area XII Developmental Disabilities Council will hold its'sec'ond annual m&eting Wednesday,' May 5, .at the Red Carpet Lounge in Carroll at 6:30 p.m. A dinner for the council members will precede the business portion of the meeting. At 8 p.m. the regular business meeting of the Council will start. Among the items on the agenda will be the election of officers to serve during the 1976-77 year. The public is invited to attend and participate in the business portion of the meeting. CONGRATULATIONS GRADUATE: YOU'RE NOW UNEMPLOYED AN EXCLUSIVE SERIES TONIGHT ON THE 6 & 10PM 8 TV€»NEWS the only real news in town' History of Carroll Told at PEG Meet Under the title "Town Meeting," Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman related the early history of Carroll for members of Chapter EB, P.E.O. Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. William" Goodwin. She told about the county seat being moved here from Carrollton and of the role played by the Chicago and North Western Railway in promoting the move. The railway firm built the first two buildings in Carroll, she noted. The first court house was built here in 1869 and since then the same location has been used. Mrs. Sherman spoke about the town's churches and educational facilities, noting that about 1890 the Carroll Normal College was established, lasting seven years. The present public school property on North Adams has been used as such since the first school was built. Her presentation also included information about the "Great Fire of 1879"; the Burke, Windsor and City Hotels; the three hospitals established by Dr. A.L. Wright and St. Anthony's, started in 1905. She described entertainment at the Opera House and Music Hall and told of the circuses that came to town. She said Carroll has had a golf course for 70 years. "Also mentioned were the 10-cent steamboat rides down the Raccoon River from Coon Rapids on the "Belle of Coon Rapids."' Mrs. Sherman remarked that it is with mixed emotions that she walks down town now, feeling sadness at the loss of the old and gladness because of the progressiveness of the new look. As she spoke, Mrs. Sherman displayed numerous pictures of old buildings.'She interspersed her talk with eight of her original .poems including "Horse Power," "Class Distinction" and "Port of No Return." Mrs. Goodwin and her co-hostess, Mrs. Richard Watson, served lunch at the close of the evening. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. G. Arthur Minnich, May 11. Silver Yeaf: Is Observed The 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schaefer was noted at the South Side Park shelter house here Saturday night. The party was given by their daughters, Mrs. Jim Kinmen of Oshkosh, Wis., and Mrs. Dick Cole of Churdan. • Seventy guests attended, coming from as far as Omaha, Neb., and "Austin, Minn. The couple's wedding attendants, Mr. and Mrs. Max Bell of Carroll, were among those present. 'MERIT MOTHER' GLIDDEN — Mrs. Donald Hansen of Glidden was honored as an "Iowa Merit Mother" at the Iowa Mothers Association's annual meeting in Marshalltown Saturday. During 'the evening banquet she received a certificate and an IMA pin. Mrs. Hansen was accompanied' by Mrs. Clarence Tryon of Glidden, who was an "Iowa Merit Mother" last year. |Soc/a/ Calendar WEDNESDAY- FRIDAY- B.L.B.F. Club tour Golden Circle B.L.B.F. Club tour County Legion Auxiliary, Manning Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Dora Baumhover Toastmistress, Derby Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Colette Bock Golden Circle euchre Pomptae Somateo, Mrs. Leo Hulsing H.G. Club, Mrs. James McGrane High Bidders, Mrs. Walter Millenacker Chit-Chat Club dinner THURSDAY— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Finessettes, Mrs. Donald Wenck T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Lambert Thelen Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th St. Progressive Dinner for ESA Sorority Members of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority participated in a progressive dinner Tuesday evening. After appetizers at the home of Mrs. Norman Winchester and salads at Mrs. Frank Comes 1 home, the group was served the main course at the home of Mrs. Wilbert Rietz and dessert at Mrs. David Schroeder's. Co-hostesses at the several homes included Mrs. John E. Martin, Mrs. Delbert Patrick, Mrs. Duane Shriver, Mrs. Dean Morlan, Mrs. W. F. McMinimee and Mrs. Douglas Drees. On May 11 the chapter will have its Founder's Day banquet at 7 p.m. at the Pin Oaks. That will be the final meeting of the season and new .officers will be installed. ALC Services Start Sunday at Trinity Church The congregation of St. John's American Lutheran Church, rural Glidden, will begin holding worship services at 8 a.m. Sunday in ! the .Trinity Episcopal Church here. The Lutheran congregation recently accepted the Trinity Episcopal congregation's offer to use its church at 127 W. Ninth St. An education hour, with Sunday School, will follow the Carroll service at St. John's Church, rural Glidden, at.9:30 a.m. Sunday. Worship service at the rural church will be held at 10:30 a.m. This schedule will continue through May, the Rev. Darryl Torrin, pastor, said. The summer, schedule will probably be adjusted, he added. The membership at the rural St. John's Church has grown in the past few years, the pastor said in an earlier interview. One of the main reasons for holding worship services in Carroll is to alleviate the crowded conditions in the white frame country church,'built in 1892. The congregation plans to eventually build a church at a site northeast of Carroll, and continue to have services at the country church. . JUNG'S SPECIALS THURL, FRJ. & SAT. APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Eves. At 7:IS & 9:00 Sun. 2:00, 3:45, 5:30, T« ELLIOTT GOULD DIANE KEATON I Will, I WiU ...ForNoiv RIDLEY UXURY heatre. 'i Moil G'jmaroui Twin Thutret CWlOtf 2 CARROLL, IOWA * 792-9096 . APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Eves. At 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. 2, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30, 9:20 O&r Theatre LAKE CITY * 464-3040 ^ 3 Days THURS.-SAT. Eves. 7:00 & 9;00 P.M. APRIL 29-MAY 1st llT STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE, ...IT SURE DIDN'T END THAT WAY! H SUN.-WED. May 2-5 Eves. At 7:00 ft 9:00 Sun. At 2:00, 7:00 « 9:00 ADVENTURE! FRIDLEV> LUXURY Theatres **>WVta Theatre 1EFFERSON * 386-3176 .. Thurs. - Sat. April 29 - May 1 Evil. 7:00 & 9:00 P.M. IT STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE. IT SURE DIDN'T END THAT WAY! MARJOE GORTNER SUN.-WED. May 2-5 Eves. At 7:00 « 9:00 EXCITEMENT! JAMES CAAN MORE THAN JUST A GAME! THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE APPLE FRITTERS Delicious Donut Balls with chopped apples mixed into the) batter & dipped in vanilla glaze, , SPECIAL $|12 Doz. s9 CHERRY PIES H 36 R. a .*l 6 ° .SPECIAL I" Reg. I Tender flaky crust brim full of fresh | frozen cherries will serve 6- generous ortions. GERMAN SOURDOUGH RYE SKOAL 4* Reg 48 The loaf with tangy flavor. Ideal for | cold cuts or cheese. ^ FROSTED RAISIN BREAD SPECIAL 47 C Reg. 56 C Enriched, white bread with juicy plump steamed raisins mixed thru the dough. 1 pfcCA^- Jun9/s refrigerated case & low temp, cabinet is filled with ^g^"^ Maytag cheese plus desserts with custards & whipped cream fining. If you forgot to order that decorated cake Jung's have one ready Just for Mom on her special day, Jung's will have a special decorated cake made with plenty of egg, milk and butter. A cake fit for a queen.

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