Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 30, 1976 · Page 4
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Clubs Met for Various Card Games Five tables of DUPLICATE bridge were directed by Mrs. O.G. Clause of Jefferson at the IPS community room Thursday morning. Mrs. Ashton McCrary of Lake City and Mrs. Gary Fahan of Yetter took top honors. Mrs. Dennis Huegerich of Carroll and Mrs. Art Tiefenthaler of Breda tied for second with Mrs. Clause and Mrs. Dean Baker of Jefferson. Fourth place went to Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. Josef FURNITURE CENTER • Quality ' Furniture • Wide Selection • Lower Prices • Free Delivery OPEN SUNDAY 1-5 P.M. PRENGER FURNITURE WestHwy. 30, Carroll Tlm«« Htrald, Carroll, la. Friday, April 30, 1976 Martin. The next morning event is set for 9:45 on May 14. Mrs. Donald Wenck entertained members of the FINESSETTES Club and three other guests, Mrs. Donald Nieland, Mrs. Thomas Rogers and Mrs. Wilbert Lussman, at her home Thursday night. High score bridge prize was won by Mrs. Nieland; second, Mrs. Ewald Stock; and low, Mrs. Ronald Muhlbauer. This was the last party of the season. The FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club met for 500 Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Lester Schleisman. Mrs. William J. Kanne, the hostess, Mrs. Louis Tigges and Mrs. Ed Lenz, received score prizes. On May 14 the club will meet with Mrs. Kanne. The last meeting of the season for the T.E.G. CLUB was held Thursday evening at Mrs. Lambert Thelen's home. Mrs. Earl Connors, Mrs. Thelen and Mrs. John Whaley won bridge prizes. Demos Plan Family Picnic A family picnic late in July was planned by the Executive Board of the Democratic Women's Group Thursday. Local and state candidates will be invited as special guests. A white elephant auction will also be featured. All families with Democratic Party affiliation may attend. The Democratic Women's Group will have a general business meeting in September. Students at — ^ Des Moines Area Community College at Carroll Are Asking You To ... COME TO THE OPEN HOUSE SUNDAY May 2, 1976 1 P.M.-5 P.M. 221 Kevin, Carroll, Iowa (Applewood Knolls) QUALITY AND STUDENTS' PRIDE PRESENT THESE FINE FEATURES: 1152 tq. f««t of living space on the first floor Finished recreation/family room and laundry in basement Workshop and Vi bath in basement 3 bedrooms with large closet space Anderson Perma Shield windows, 6 foot & 8 foot sliding glass doors Heatilator fireplace in living room Appealing interior stonework Birch interior doors and custom cabinets Lenox Natural Gas forced air heating and air conditioning Complete floor coverings Compactor Electric or Gas Appliance service Patios and double garage 25th Anniversary . . . Mr. and Mrs. John Bennett of Carroll will be honored on their 25th wedding anniversary Saturday, May 1, at a reception and dance given by their children at the community hall in Glidden. All friends and relatives of the couple are invited to the 8:30 p.m. event. Piano Pupils Will Play in Recital May 2 Mrs. Allen N. Stroh will present 16 of her piano students in a recital Sunday in the vocal music room of Carroll Community High .School. Parents and friends are invited to the 2 p.m. program. Performing will be Kathy Behrens, Karen Schettler, Jodi Grouse, Renee Crouse, Jennifer Larson, Cindy Peterson, Rich Olson, Kris Olson, Bob Schettler, Julie Petersen, Beth Blohm, Shelly Hilsabeck, Beth McCarville, Linda Fiscus, Jean Schechinger and Janell Schechinger. Minnesotan Killed in Crash CENTERVILLE, Iowa (AP) — Marion McNab, 66. Albert Lee. Minn, was killed here shortly after 8:30 a.m. Thursday on Iowa 2 when her car'collided head on with a gravel truck, authorities said. The accident was still under investigation by the Iowa Highway Patrol. Driver of the truck, Gerald Davison, Centerville, was hospitalized with minor injuries. Denise Wieland Will Teach At Kuemper The Rev. James. R. Smith, superintendent of Kuemper High School, has announced that Denise Wieland will teach mathematics at the school beginning in the fall. She graduated from Garwin High school and received her degree in math from the University of Northern Iowa in 1970. Mrs. Wieland has been teaching part time at Reinbeck High School and Hawkeye Institute of Technology in Waterloo. Her husband. Bill, was hired as Kuemper's new baseball coach. The couple has three children. I Calendar j FRIDAY— Golden Circle ' '•'• ' ' •"'"'' SATURDAY^ ; ; '' ""':;' Golden Circle MONDAY— Friends of Library board, noon. Elks' Club Welcome Wagon, hospital cafeteria Eastern Star Xi Gamma Pi. Mrs. Michael Maystadt Jr. Rainbow Girls Golden Circle Hospital Auxiliary 7 p.m. potluck, general meeting, hospital education room TUESDAY— Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Thomas Kruse Fortnighters, Mrs. Frank Balk Community Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne Lynn Anderson ALLTHE KING'S HORSES DAVID ALLAN COE DAVID HOUSTON WHAT A NIGHT BOB LUMAN ASATISHI:I)MINI> (;I.OK(;K,IOM:S 1IIKUVI "I'l.K JOHNMYCASH STRAWBERRYCAKE CONNIE SMITH Thesong we fell in love to including. I St* &ng The OW Sonqi Me, Bib t.lhtif. Notrtma L*« You he N-ghNim. I And Mr B*b,l Itw fl»ttl* f Scouts,:, at Westside at Stake Monday WESTSIDE — The fate of the Cub and Boy Scouting programs here may be determined .at a reorganiza- tional meeting Monday night. The meeting will be at 7 p.m. in the .Community Building in Westside. "If enough adults do not volunteer to help, the scouting 'program will not be available to the boys here," Ron Sorenson, District executive director of the scout program said. There are enough scouts interested but the community lacks leadership, he said. Cub Scouts in the second through - fourth grades, and Boy Scouts in the fifth through twelfth grades are the age groups involved. "Any adult age 18 or older may help," he said. He urged Arcadia residents to join. More information is available from Mrs.. Francis Bolster or Chad Popp, both of Westside. On Columbia Epic and Monument Records TAMMY WYMTTI: TII.K'ANMAKUT ONMYONVN induct-^ HI Could Only W« Itout low/1 nt HMH Wh«« Some Good LU.D lia* Of en Ed*) Come Ejkj Go 'Till C*n Makt l> On Mr Own TRUCKLOAD SPECIAL Plus: Jody Miller, The Oak Ridge Boys, Larry Gatlin, Willie Nelson, And Many More! Lp's code 6.98 Ip code 7.98 tape 4 Tapes ide 7.98 5 Hwy. 30 & Vine St. Carroll, Iowa The Carroll congregate meal program's activities and menu for next week at the Masonic Temple, 527% N. Adams, are listed below. The meals will be served at noon Monday through Friday. The site council plans to promote a rural participation month by inviting senior citizens from nearby communities to visit the site on specified days. Members of the Carroll meals program plans to visit other sites in the area. On Wednesday a slide show will feature "Ads, Ads, Ads." Cecelia Eltgroth will have a sing-a-long on Friday. For reservations call 792-2358 between 8:30a.m. to4 p.m., or call 792-2692 before 8 a.m. daily or after 6 p.m. and all day Sunday. Home bound meals are available Monday through Friday. MONDAY — Meat loaf, baked potato, brussel sprouts, peaches on cottage cheese, and cake with topping. TUESDAY — Chicken, .potatoes and gravy, peas, lime jello with carrots and celery, and fresh fruit salad. WEDNESDAY — Pork with sauerkraut, broccMi, applesauce, and strawberry shortcake. THURSDAY — Porcupine meatballs, scalloped potatoes, green beans, orange jello, home baked bread, and cookies. FRIDAY - Chicken, potatoes and gravy, tomatoes, coleslaw and sherbet. CARROLL RECREATION DEPARTMENT The Carroll Recreation Department announced the following activities for next week at the Courtview Apartments, 514 N. Court St. The activities are open to all senior citizens. For further information or if transportation is needed, phone the Carroll Recreation Department at 792-1000. MONDAY — 10 a.m., Crafts; 2:30 p.m., Slide presentation, "Creative Art with Nature's Products"; 3:30. Bingo. TUESDAY — 10 a.m., Crosswords and Guggenhiem: 2:30 p.m.. Games and quizzes; 3:30 p.m. Travel with us. "Scandinavia — Nation of the North." WEDNESDAY — 10 a.m. Crafts.'2:30 p.m. Movie. "Barnum and.Ringling." an Our Gang film. and."Dentist." aW. C. Fields film. THURSDAY — 10 a.m. Crosswords and Guggenhiem; 2:30 p.m. Sing-a-long; 3:30 p.m. Bingo. FRIDAY — 10 a.m.- Crafts. 2:30 p.m.. Guest Speaker. Elmer WaTz. from RSVP. Mrs. Fonken to be Honored ; Mrs. John Fonken of Manning will be honored at the annual Omaha Chamber of Commerce Rural Homemaker's Leadership Recognition Day program Thursday, May 6. Purpose of the program is to recognize women for their leadership roles in their homes communities and to give urban and rural women opportunity to become better acquainted personally and with each other's interests and concerns. Mrs. Fonken is a member of the Carroll County Extension Home Economics Committee. Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto SAVE $40.00 G.E. POTSCRUBBER DISHWASHER With Reg. Short & Rinse & Hold REGULAR NOW ONLY ALL COLORS *339 $299 HE IRES ELECTRIC CO. CARROLL, IOWA Art Ottos Mark Their Golden Year Mr. and Mrs. Art Otto of Lidderdale celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday. The observance began with a 2 p.m. mass in Holy Family Church, offered by Mrs. Otto's nephew, the Rev. Dale Roster of Armstrong! The Rev. Robert Gralapp, pastor of the church, was lector. Music was provided by KaLynn Drees, organist, Ruth Ann Tigges and Mary Jane Berger, vocalists. Following mass, a dinner-reception was held at the Pin Oaks, Carroll. In the group were Mr. and Mrs. Children Guests of Churchmen Children were guests of United Methodist Men at a \ supper meeting in Fellowship hall of First United Methodist church Thursday night. Mable Strange showed slides taken on a trip to Soviet •••• Russia several years ago. Most of the scenes were in Moscow and Leningrad. There were also pictures of the Berlin Wall in East Berlin. Tourists were restricted in taking pictures, she said. They were accompanied^y Soviet guides. Despite the progress made by the Russians since their revolution, the speaker said the country remains "an island of hate." The meeting was the last for the men's organization this year. Bill Goodwin, president, presided. Devotions were given by M.H.Van Valkenburg. A men's kitchen committee prepared the meal. Inyocation was given by the Rev. Ernest W. Larson. Otto's four children, 15 grandchildren and five great-grandchildren. Mr. and Mrs. Otto were married at Breda April 21, 1926, by the Rev. J.A. Schulte. Halbur Parish To Celebrate Jubilee HALBUR — St. Augustine Ladies Guild of Halbur met for their regular monthly meeting on Wednesday evening; About 75 ladies attended the event. The sunsjiine • committee gave its report and discuss~ion was held concerning the upcoming 75th jubilee of the parish. Fr. Leo Riesberg, pastor, spoke briefly, announcing there will be a Jubilee.Mass on Sunday, June 27th, at 4:30 p.m. ,, Announcements included a Mothers Day Breakfast on Sunday, May 9th after the 8 o'clock Mass. Special guests in addition to Fr. Riesberg included Mrs. Jo Webb, of Grand Junction; Mrs. Wava Higgins of Jefferson, Mrs. Mildred Feeney of Jefferson, and Mrs. Ruth Brincks of Willey — South Central Deanery officers of Council of Catholic Women. Entertainment was the presentation of a film by Earl .May Seed Co. of Carroll on landscaping. Dessert and coffee was served by the St. Margaret Circle with Mrs. Jean Potthoff and Mrs. Alice H<iinen as co-chairmen. Mrs. Linus Eischeid won the door prize. Nursing Graduate . . . Cathleen Hann, .daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Baird Hann. rural Auburn, will receive a bachelor of science in nursing degree from Marycrest College. Davenport. Saturday. She will be employed at Mercy Hospital, Davenport. BALK'S EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC PEANUTS Copr. fo 1950. 1951. 1952. 1958 United Feature Syndicate. Inc Everybody loves 'em! The more you see of these irresistibly heart-warming and rib-tickling characters, the more you'll want! '•. .. * . •' • Monday Carroll Daily May3 Times Herald To Graduate . . . Debra Fischer, daughter'of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fischer, rural Gray, will graduate Saturday from Marycrest College, Davenport. She will receive a bachelor of art sin elementary > education. STOP Club Contest Ends- First place winner in the Carroll STOP Club's monthly weight-losing contest had lost 11V 2 pounds, it was announced at the group's meeting Thursday night. Placing second and third were women who had lost 10V 2 and six. pounds. New officers for the next four months were elected at 11 the- meeting;'attended 'by'15 regular members and a new member.' The weekly weigh-in revealed a total weight loss of 12 Va pounds and gain of 11 pounds. Thursday was the first weighing date for another contest that will end May 27. Entertain for Miss Irlmeier Neighbors of Sharon Irlmeier gave a miscellaneous shower for her Saturday in honor of her approaching marriage to James Daniel on May 15. Hostesses were Marlene Irlmeier and Carolyn Johnson at the letter's home in Carroll. Also in the group were Diane Fischer, Connie Dentlinger, Roberta Roe and Linda Paul. Miss Irlmeier was given a corsage. Games were played and gifts opened before lunch was served from a lace-covered table featuring a floral centerpiece in rainbow colors. APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Eves. At 7:15 ft 9:00 Sun. 2:00, 3:45, 5:30, 1« ELLIOTT GOULD DIANE KEATON J Will, I Will ...For Now LUXURY 't Molt CUmorout Twin Thtilrtt CARROLL IOWA » 792-9096 APRIL 29 Thru MAY 5th Eves. At 7:30 ft 9:30 Sun. 2, 3:50, 5:40, 7:30, 9:20 r IT STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE. IT SURE . DIDN'T , END •THAT WAY! MARJOE; GOR FULL OF ACTION! IOWA'S MOST BEAUmilL THEATRE LAKE CITY * 464-3040 3 Days THURS.-SAT. Eves. 7:00 ft 9:00 P.M. APRIL 29-MAY 1st T STARTED OUT AS A JOY RIDE, ...IT SURE DIDN'T. | END THAT WAY! SUN.-WED. May 2-5 Eves. At 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Al 2:00, 7:00 ft 9:00 SeanCoimeni* ADVENTURE! Wko Would Be King ievtO. Theatre JEFFERSON * 386-3176 Thurs. - Sat. April 29 - May 1 Eves, 7:00 1 9:00 P.M. A JOY RIDE IT SURE DIDN'T END THAT WAY! MARJOE GORTNER SUN.-WED. May 2-5 Evei. At 7:00 » 9:00

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