Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 3, 1974 · Page 4
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Women Met for Card Parties Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 3 The COMMUNITY Club was entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. B. L. Baumhover. Pinochle was played, with Mrs. William J. Kanne winning high score prize; Mrs. Ed Lenz, second; Mrs. Peter Halbur. tally; and Mrs. Rudolph Nees, traveling. Mrs. Lenz will have the next Party, April 16. Mrs. Paul Pascoe was a Tuesday afternoon hostess, entertaining the A. B. CLUB and two other guests, Mrs. Leo Schueller and Mrs. Holger Andreasen, at her home. At bridge, Mrs. Roy Heuton held high score and Mrs. E. W. Van Meter, second. On April 16 the club will meet with Mrs. R. J. Clark. Meeting Tuesday afternoon for their regular games of bridge were members of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club. Mrs. Arnold Ludwig was hostess at the clubrooms. Winning prizes were Mrs. Lester Schleisman, Additional Easter Savings from Penneys Girls' Pant Set Sale. Sale 3 99 to 11 05 REG. 4.69 to $13. Prettiest way to dress up girls who love -pants! 20'% savings on all pant sets and pant dresses in stock. All Easter-perfect styles, patterns, and colors. In easy-care, easy-wear fabrics like polyester and poly ester/cotton. Sizes 4 to 6X and 7 to 14. Boys' Suit Sale. Sole 11 8S REG. 13.98. Single-breated blazer of texturized polyester. Sizes 8-12. Sale 16 98 REG. 19.95. Polyester sport dud.Blazer and slacks. Sizes 8-18 Regular and Slim. Spring Jacket Sale. SAVE ON THE WHOLE FAMILY. 15% OFF Men's and boys' jackets and 20% off women's and girls' WOMEN'S MEN'S GIRL'S BOYS' SALE 8 50 to 27 20 REG. 10.88 to $34 SALE 4 23 to 19' 2 REG. 4.98 to 22.50 SALE 2 60 to 6 80 ' REG. 4.50 to 8.50 SALE 3 39 to 9 33 REG. 3.99 to 10.98 Boys' Select Slock Sale. Sale 6 35 REG. 7.98. Save on boy's select dress jean of polyester and rayon. Easy care and long wearing. Fashion pJaids. Sizes 8 to 18. Slim and Regular. JCPenney STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Tues., •^ Thors., Sat We know what you're looking for. 9:00-9:00 w«u FH ^ 1 .-00-5:00 Sunday [OPEN WED.& FRI.NITES till9-SUNDAYS 1 to 5 A Family Visits ~~Mrs. Bachman Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen and Mrs. Aurora Mungon. Mrs. Ernestine Sanders will be hostess next week. Bridge was played at the Tuesday evening party of the SPELA KORT Club at Mrs. Robert Day's home. Mrs. Richard Colison and Mrs. Donald Danner were guests outside club membership. High score prize was won by Mrs. LaRoy Comes and second, Mrs. Edward Murphy. Mrs. Murphy and Mrs. Robert Quinn received traveling prizes. The club will meet next with Mrs. James Kanne, April 16. Mrs. Bruce Fuller was hostess for the Q-3-TU CLUB's Tuesday evening bridge party at her home, with Mrs. Norman Winchester as a guest player. High score prize was retained by Mrs. Fuller. Gayle Schleisman won second high and Mrs. Steve Collison, low. The next party will be at Mrs. Patrick Lehman's home, April 16. Another group meeting for bridge Tuesday night was the PLAYERS 8 Club, at Mrs. Myron Seivers' home. Mrs. Ronald DeLance was an additional guest. Winners were Mrs. Rex Krebs, high; Mrs. Robert Overmohle, second; and Mrs. Linus Goblirsch, low. On April 16 the club will meet with Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan. Mrs. Thomas M. Gaffney entertained the FORTNIGHTERS Club at her home Tuesday, With Mrs. Clem O'Brien as a guest other than members. At the close of the evening bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier, Mrs. Mike Witt rock and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner. Plans were made for a picnic at Swan Lake with husbands included as the final event of the season. Mrs. John Gnam will be hostess; tentative date is May 7. For their bi-weekly bridge party, members of the H.N.H. CLUB met at the home of Mrs. Robert Schweers near Arcadia Tuesday night. Score prizes went to Mrs. Lon Diers, high; Mrs. Dale Hannasch, second; and Mrs. Clair Schmitz, third. Mrs. Art Diers was an additional guest. The April 16 party will be at Mrs. Leo JBerning's home at Arcadia. Mrs. Frances Irlbeck entertained the F.N.W EUCHRE Club at her home Tuesday evening. High score prizes were won by Mrs. Ed Hannasch and the hostess; second high, Mrs. Alvin Eich and Mrs. Hugo Wessling; and traveling, Mrs. Leo Augustine. -Mrs, Margaret Sapp will be hostess next, April 16. Mrs. Joe Pick entertained the TOWN AND COUNTRY Club at her home Tuesday night. Guests other than members were Mrs. Jess Bayliss and Mrs. Louis Hannasch. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Matt Hugeback, Mrs. Hayliss and Mrs. Norbert Hermsen. Mrs. Christina Taphorn will have the next party, April 16. BOND REPORT R. A. Wright, Carroll, County savings bonds chairman, reported Wednesday that February sales of Series E and H savings bonds in the county were $134,579. This give the county a two-month total of $195,585 for 25 per cent of its 1974 quota. AUBURN — SheryJ Steward and David Andrews of Oklahoma City, Okla. were recent visitors of her grandmother Mrs. Elsie Bachman. Steven, Paul, Debra and Sue Stewart of Oklahoma City were Sundayguests of her mother. Mrs. Richard Eccler of Ogden visited Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Bean. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bean and family of Council Bluffs were weekend guests. Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Karstens were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wollenberg of Austin, Minn, and Mrs. Rose Dahlquist of Rochester, Minn. Calendar Thursday— Jaycee-Ettes Friends and Neighbors, OutReach Center New Deal, Mrs. Louis Schoofs N.B.C. CJub, Mrs. Joe Tegels 2-4-TClub, Mrs. A.W. Smith Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m. IPS Triple C. Mrs. William Siepker L. or L. Club, Mrs. Ray Henkenius Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld FRIDAY- F.L.C. Club, Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg Golden Circle pinochle. Recovers . . . Sp-4 Steven Espenhover, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Espenhover of Carroll, has been visiting relatives here after his discharge from Fitzsimmons General Hospital, Denver, where he was treated for injuries received in an auto accident near Manning last October. He has received his present rank as an advancement and will return to his base soon. Group Backs Two Walkers The St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary board decided to sponsor two volunteens in the walkathon May 4, sponsored by the American Lung Association of Iowa, at their meeting Tuesday. A general meeting will be held April 29 at 6:30 p.m. at St. Lawrence cafeteria. At that time, awards will be presented to volunteers. Robert BJincow, hospital administrator, will speak briefly on hospital costs. Coloradoans End W.L. Visit WAL'L'TAKE - Mr. and Mrs. Don Long and family of Seleda, Colo, were Friday morning visitors in the August Quistorff home enroute home after spending a week in the home of Long's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Long at Sac City. Mrs. Ken Bundt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Mason of Westside to Canton, S.D. last Tuesday where Mrs. Bundt underwent a series of therapy treatments. They were guests until Friday in the home of Mrs. Leta Buxton at Canton. Mark Reiter, senior at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, began his student teaching at Holmes Junior High School in Cedar Falls. Reiter, a math major with a minor in business education and accounting, will be teaching mathematics and typing. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Reiter of Wall Lake. Dale Long of Sac City was a Wednesday afternoon caller in the August Quistorff home. Dale brought his father Irven Long home from St. Luke's Hospital in Sioux City, where he was a patient for a few days. 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