Carroll Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 1, 1963 · Page 4
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Personal Paragraphs Mrs'. Paulinfe Greteman came .home Tuesday after visiting for three weeks at Gering, Neb., in .the ; home of her son-in-law and •daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd . \Vernimont and family. t ' Annual May Pancake Breakfast, Fellowship Hall, Methodist Church, .Tuesday, May 7. Serving from 6 to.9 a.m. adv. SS. Peter & Paul's rummage sale, May 3 and 4. McCarville BWg. Pick ups call 3714 or 2430. adv. W. C. Davis, San Antonio, Tex., Came Tuesday morning to visit for several days in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Smith. He visited relatives at Denver, Colo., before coming to Carroll. The Smiths' daughter, Mrs. Ward Byerly, Mt. Vernon, is expected to arrive Saturday morning' to visit over the weekend. See our complete selection of fresh, delicious Dial 5180 LOUIE' e NEWi STAND St. Joseph's Parish BAKE AND APRON SALE, IPS BLDG., Sat., May 4, 9 a.m. Pickups call 9720 or 3129. adv. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Conway and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Riesselman and family attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of the women's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gill at Cambridge Sunday. About 300 relatives and friends attended open house from 2 until 5 p.m. at the Dorcas Hall. The GARDEN CENTER has a nice assortment of bird baths and statues for a nice Mothers day gift adv. A-lc and Mrs. Ronald J. Heller, Spokane, Wash., who have been visiting his mother, Mrs. Joseph E. Heller Sr., and other relatives while on their wedding trip, left Tuesday. They will visit in Rock Island, 111., with'his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmer and family, and in Rolla, Mo., with Mrs. Heller's relatives,' and will visit here again before going to their home at Spokane. The Fellowship Society of the Lutheran Church will have a rummage sale on Friday May 3, 9 a.m. at the Graham Shelter House. For pickups call 3849 or 9367. adv. 18 Principles of Government Read at League The general meeting of the Carroll League of Women Voters was held Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Clyde Campbell, president, who conducted the meeting and read the 18 principles of government which the League of Women Voters of .the United States -supports. The by-laws were read and adopted. Mrs. Merlyn Miller was elected to serve on the board of directors. She will be responsible for National Item 2--"trade." Mrs. Donald Zimmerman reported on the April 2 visit to the sjtate legislature. She was accompanied by Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Carl Wille, Mrs. Louis Brincks an£ Mrs. Herschel Tryon. , Mrs. Campbell reported on the state convention held April 18-19 in Cedar Rapids. She also, reported on a call to action for house file 559 which would create a legislative services department and the action taken by the local league. A letter from Sen. P. F. Hansen was read in regard to this issue. ...National Item 2, United Nations, will be the subject of the next unit meetings. The evening unit will meet at 8 May 6 at the home of .Mrs. Virgil Baumhover and the morning unit at 9:30 May 7 at the home of Mrs. James W. Wilson. Coffee and cookies were served by Mrs. Campbell. BRENNY'S IGA SUPER MARKET Carroll's Only Home-Owned Super Market! TURKEYS 6 to 7 Ib. Avg. LANGE'S ICE CREAM 1 gallon for Only.. DRESSED (Parts Missing) 29 C Ib Choice Beef CHUCK STEAK Lean PORK STEAK 39 C SPECIAL E BUSHES Ready to Plant $119 1 Swlfff Premutm All Meat Wb . Pkg . Franks Spiced Luncheon Meat 3 Lb 49c Can $1.29 Corn King Canned Picnics 3 u» $1.79 Wilton Wieners 5 & $2.89 I6A Whole Apricots 4 C2 at $1 1 303 Cans Lucky Leaf Apple Sauce \ Mandarin Oranges 2 Geld Hill Pears 4 ^',$1.00 29c 49c BUTTER-NUT 2 Lb. Can E $|29 IGA Purple Plums IGA Grape Juice Cans J4-OI. Can 49c 29c D. M. Pineapple ft Grapefruit Juice Temtor Orange Drink 46-01. Cans IGA Tomato Juice 4 " OI Cans $1.00 Llnko Cut Green Beans IGA Kidney Beans Otoe PORK & Beans 3 No 3 303 Cans 39c 3 cVn's 39C Tall $1.00 Royal Guest W. C. Corn 3c 3 .°n 3 ,39c Royal Guest Tomatoes 3 c 3 ." 39c Overland TIDE CUCUMBERS 3 Reg. Boxes 1 each Schoolboy Jonathan APPLES 5 4 Lb. 49c ROYAL GUEST PEACHES Red IGA SALAD DRESSING 39 50 Free Stamps with Glade DEODORIZERS 50 Free Stamps with IGA LIQUID SOAP 32-oz. 69c POTATOES—-20-59c SEED POTATOES and ONION SETS FROZEN FOODS STRAWBERRIES 5 JK $1.00 MORTON T.V, DINNERS ,««* 39c k FISH STICKS _,K 9 . 29c 4 Pkg ,$1.00 IGA GRAPE JUICED 6 60I $1.00 APPLE, PEACH or CHERRY PIES 29c IGA PUFFED Wheat : Paul Mark Imitation, 7 Varieties Preserves 39c-49c IGA Peanut Butter 2 12-01. Jars American Sliced Sweet 69c 29c 79c 25c 19c Reg. I-oz.—2 for Morshmallows 29c Pickles IGA Stuffed Olives |GA Yellow Mustard French Sauce Mixes Tru-Vu 16-oz. Jar 15-oz. Jar Quart 7 Varieties Cal-Ray Raisins 2 Lb ,. 39c Jiffy—White or Chocolate Cake Mix 3 Pkg , 39c Mb. Pkg. 49c Sandwich Cookies Top Star Candy Bar 0 -p«k 19c Kraft Mlrdcle Margarine L b. 29c IGA Salt 3 %£ 25c Nabisco Onion Thins BOX 40c Sunshine Vanilla Wafers Box 35c Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, May 1, 1963 K. of C. Speaker . . . The Rev. James A. Supple, Ames, will be main speaker Tuesday, May 7, when Charles Carroll Council Knights of Columbus honors clergy of the area, an annual affair, and also Joseph P. Meinhardt. Mr. Meinhardt, a member of the Council, was recently honored by Bishop Joseph M. Mueller and Pope John XXIII as recipient of the papal honor "Knighthood in the Order of St. Gregory the Great." The dinner and social evening will begin at 7 and includes wives and members. Tickets may be obtained from any of the officers, or reservations made in advance. Fr. Supple is. chairman of the Catholic Student Center at Iowa State University, Ames. Ordained in 1936, he has served as assistant pastor at St. Patrick's, Dubuque, and as an Army-Air , Corps chaplain. He has been at Ames since 1947. Linda Nobiling Has Birthday Party The eighth birthday of Linda Marie Nobiling, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nobiling, was celebrated from 1:30 to 4 p.m. Sunday at their home. Guests were 24 second-grade girls of St. Lawrence School. The children played games, assisted by Rose Ann, Mary Kay and Barbara Nobiling. Lunch was served at a table centered with Linda's lighted birthday cake; and multi-colored nut cups and individual birthday cupcakes with lighted candles were at each place. Mrs. Nobiling was assisted in serving by her daughters. After lunch Linda opened her gifts. Balloons inscribed with the girls' names were given as favors. NFO TO MEET Regular meeting of the Carroll County National Farmers Organization (NFO) will be held Tuesday, May 7 a.t 8:30 p.m. at the Moose Hall in Carroll. Business to be conducted will include final preparations for a "whole hog sausage and pancake feed" to be held in Carroll May 23. A special invitation is being extended to the ladies, according to Glenn Belts, Secretary. CAROL: You must see those nice Mother Day cards at the GARDEN CENTER, Opel. adv. ENDS THURSDAY . . . "Courtship of Eddie's Father" In Color ARROLL • Starts Friday • THEY HAD A DARING PUN ...and , ' the '1 courage to use it! WALT DISNEY PKCSKNTS MIRACLE of th« STALLIONS TECHNICOLOR* ROBERT Suiting LILLI CURT TAYLOR PALMER JURGENS MM* HUM VISli MriMiMfe.!* • Evenings at 7:00 and 9:10 P.M. Saturday Matinee At 2:00 P. M. Continuous Sunday From 1:00 P.M. Open House for Glidden Couple's 25th Anniversary GLIDDEN — The silver wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Peterson was celebrated at open house Sunday afternoon in the Coop Rooms at Ralston. About 90' relatives and friends attended the event. f A three-tiered anniversary cake, decorated with aqua and white and topped with silver numerals "25", centered the reception table. White candles in crystal holders were also on the table. Greeting the guests were couple's two children, Mrs. Robert (Deanna) Headlee, Carroll, and Ron Peterson, student at Northwest Missouri State College, Maryville. They also presented their mother and father with a corsage and boutonniere; and their grandmother, Mrs. Bert Peterson Sr., Scranton, with a corsage. Mrs. George Crouse, Carroll, a niece, registered the guests. At the gift table were Mrs. Peterson's sister, Mrs. Clair Earhart and daughter Pam, Carroll. Mr. Peterson's sister, Mrs. Cassius Cadden, Scranton, presided at the. coffee service; and Mrs. Edward Wilkens, Fort "Dodge, Mrs. Peterson's sister-in-law, served punch. Cutting and serving the anniversary cake were sisters-in-law of Mr. Peterson, Mrs. Wilbur Peterson, Scranton, and Mrs. Earl Peterson, Coon Rapids. Also assisting in the reception were Mrs. George Fiedler, Mrs. Dan Adrian, Mrs. Marian Moore, Mrs. Virgil Zimmerman, Mrs. Gene Walker, Mrs. Walter Earhart, Mrs. Mike Adrian and Mrs. Emil Deeth. Mr. and Mrs. Peterson exchanged their wedding vows at SS. Peter and Paul's Church at Carroll on April 25, 1938, with the Rev. H. B. Karhoff officiating. In addition to their two children, they have one grandchild, Michael Headlee. The reception was given by their children. i _ Reception Given at Moose Hall for Ronald J. Hellers A reception for 135 guests at the Moose Hall in Carroll Monday night honored A-lc Ronald J. Heller and his bride, the former Rose A. White of Spokane, Wash., who were wed April 20 at Spokane. It was given by his mother, Mrs. Joseph E. Heller Sr.; his sisters, Mrs. Cecil Hupp, Scranton, and Mrs. Marvin Lane; and his sisters- in-law, Mrs. Joseph E. Heller Jr. and Mrs. William Heller. The evening was spent playing cards; and a door prize was awarded Mrs. George C o n 1 e y. Lunch was served from a table centered with a decorated bridal cake. Assisting in serving were Mrs. Clarence Pluckhahn, Mrs. Lawrence Broich, Mrs. Victor Sapp and Mrs. Noah Baker. Mrs. Heller Jr. had charge of the guest book; and Mrs. Hupp, Mrs. Lane and Mrs. William Heller assisted with the gifts. Communion Dinner For Sandra Berning ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Berning entertained at dinner Sunday noon honoring their daughter, Sandra Kay, who made her first communion that morning at St. John's Church. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. William Berning and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Berning, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Schroeder and Mrs. Evelyn Schroeder, Arcadia; and Mrs. John Ludwig, Carroll. Sandra's brothers Robert and Keith were also present. Mrs. Joe R. Schroeder and Albert Berning are Sandra's sponsors. ENDS WEDNESDAY . . . BUCK NITE "Far Country" Plus "Saskatchewan" CARROLL OUTDOOR THEATRE • Thur-Fri-Sat • JERRY WALD'S WILD,: COUNTRY COLOB by DC LUX! Co-Hit — KIRK DOUGLAS; •xtanfag I GENA ROWLANDS I are the Brave "IP A Jo* PnxhiOlM • A Unix Show Starts at Dusk! BUCK NITE THURSDAYI On« to the Other . . . First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy and Grand Duchess Charlotte of Luxembourg exchange a few remarks last night at the White House as they pose with the President before a —AP Photofax Wir« Picture state dinner in the visitor's honor. Between the ladies is Vice President Lyndon Johnson and to his left is Prime Minister Pierre Werner of Luxembourg. Card Parties Held Tuesday Mrs. W. L. McConkie entertained ENTRE NOUS' Club at her home for an afternoon dessert-bridge. Mrs. Ronald Ream was an additional guest. The group was seated at the dining table, which was centered with a glass basket holding spring flowers. A May basket was at each place. Score prizes for bridge were presented to Mrs. Louis H. Anderson and'Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain. Mrs. Mcllvain will be the next afternoon hostess May 14; and Mr. and Mrs. Paul E wing will toe hosts for the club's evening dinner party Friday night. * * * J.L.C. CLUB members met for bridge at the home of Mrs. C. R. Kross. High score for the evening was won by Mrs. Frank Liewer, who will entertain next, May 14. Mrs. Vernis Juergens won second high; and Mrs. James Houlihan, traveling. Mrs. Kross served sandwiches and coffee after the games. * * * Mrs. Kenneth Kammin was hostess to the TRUMPETTES Club at her home Tuesday evening. Apple blossoms and tulips centered the table when dessert and coffee were served. At bridge, Mrs. Lee Houlihan was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. Howard Drees^ second high; and Mrs. Roger Kanne, low. Mrs. Kanne will have the next party, May 14. * * * Mrs. F. W. Wohlenberg had as guests in her home Tuesday afternoon other members of the M.C.C. CLUB. Score prizes for pinochle were won by Mrs. Louie Bauer and Mrs. George Struve. Dessert and coffee were served at the dinning room table, which featured individual May baskets as favors. On May 14, the club will have a no-hostess luncheon at the Burke Motor Inn, followed by cards at the home of Mrs. Hans Lauridsen. Jeanne Schultes' Birthday Observed Mrs. William Schultes entertained 15 girls Sunday afternoon in celebration of the tenth birthday of her daughter Jeanne. Winning prizes for games were Mary Riesberg, Bonnie Klocke, Frances Hoffman, Nancy Anthofer, Janet Starman, Patricia Heithoff and Diane Heithoff. Jeanne opened her gifts before her mother and sisters, Deanne and Joleen, served lunch. May baskets on the table were given as favors; and Jeanne's birthday cake was the centerpiece. Other guests were Margaret Schwaller, Mary Jane Klocke, Marie Dariner, Mary Kae Schultes, Kristy Willenborg, Betty Lou Heithoff and Jeanne's sister Donna. USAGE GROWTH Prior to World War II, only one- third of a tree was utilized to produce wood products for man's use, but now the figure has risen to 80 per cent usage. PRETTY PERM COLOR CONDITIONING HOME PERMANENT $3.50 Plus Tax The glorious difference is Color and Lustrous Texture. The next wave should be a Pretty Perm. Wt give Gold Bond Stamps Your Patronage It Solicited and Appreciated RETTENMAIER DRUG STORE Social Calendar Wednesday— Turkettes Club, Mrs. Ed Winn O.N.O. Club, Mrs. John Lamphere W.S.C.S. general meeting, 2 p.m., Methodist Church U.P.W. Circles: I, Mrs. M. L. Mills; II, Mrs. Martin Berger; III, Mrs. Allan Peterson Catholic Daughters of America, K. of C. Hall Wednesday Contract Club. Mrs. Martin Schmeiser Kardettes Club, Mrs. John Carlin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Clem Rehker F.W.T.T. Club, Mrs. Fred Possehl Thursday— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Country Club Toastmistress Club, Tony's Restaurant V.F.W. Auxiliary, Mrs. Anna Davis Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple U.P.W. Circle IV, Presbyterian Undercroft Ladies Aid, St. Paul Lutheran Church, 8 p.m. New Deal Club, Mrs. Louis G. Schoofs H.H. Club, Mrs. Peter Hausman I. and 0. Club, Mrs. James McGrane • N.O.E. Club, Mrs. L. L. Akin Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Arthur Husling Friday— T.M.C. Bridge Club, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer Saturday— Jaycee, Jaycee-ette dinner dance, Elks Club Sunday- Methodist 4-M Group Monday— League of Women Voters UN unit meeting, 8 p.m., Mrs. Virgil Baumhover , Monday Bridge Club, Harriet Anderson, Burke Motor Inn 'SMALL' TALK PARAMUS, N.J. (AP)—Sometimes small talk can lead to a mess of trouble. Scientists from an engineering company (ACF Industries) who study underwater sounds report there is nothing noisier than a bed of shrimp, and that this kind of talk, if overheard by fishermen, could get the crustaceans into a mess—of salad. Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Tuesday- Thimble Bee, Mrs. Clifford Bell Immaculata Guild, St. Joseph hall Rural Women's Day, 1:30 p.m. Farm Bureau building Presbyterian Guild, Nene Barr Beta Upsilon Chapter, ESA Sorority, Founder's Day dinner M.N.O. Club, Mrs. Paul Crouse T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Glen Bernholtz Spela Kort Club, Mrs. William Stickrod and Mrs. Louis Wittrock Fortnighters Club, Mrs. John Gnam Pla-Mor Club Fruit of the Loom Wash & Wear Daeron & Cotton PLAY CLOTHES for the Junior and Misses Slax ..... 1.; ............... ___ _______ 3.98 Deck Pants and Knee Knockers ............... 3.79 Bermuda and Jamaica Shorts ______________ ........ 2.98 Skirt .............. ________ ...... _..3.98 Blouse ........................... ........ 2.98 GRADUATION DRESSES 5 through 14 $9.98 thru $13.95 One Rack Ladies BRUNCH COATS <C2 S> J« Formerly $5.98 & $7.9« PLAY CLOTHES for Children 3 through 14 Wash & Wear Slax .............................. 2.29-3.29 Knee Knockers 1 .98-2.49 Bermuda arid Jamaica Shorts ...... 1.98-2.49 One Group Boxer JAMAICA SHORTS Sizes 2-6 59C Each 2 for $1.00 REICKS 110 W. 5th READY- TO- WEAR Carroll Dairi) Queen ^^^ —»»««i*g.v ^^^ SALE THURSDAY MAY 2 Regular Price 45e SALE PRICE 29* WE PACK ALL PRODUCTS to TAKE HOME...at o 1°" Dairy «» K«U U.V. U. Dairii Queen West on Hwy. 30 - Carroll, Iowa

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