Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on April 10, 1974 · Page 3
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 10, 1974
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Bridge Clubs Had Parties Tuesday Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, April 10, 1974 The A.B.C. Club was entertained at an evening party at the home of Mrs. Merle Stevens. Winners were Mrs. Ed Johnson, high, and Mrs. William Frank, second. Mrs. William Anderson will be hostess next, April 23. Members of PLA-MOR Club were guests of Mrs. Paul Greteman in the afternoon. Mrs. W. R. Macke was presented with a gift from the club and a corsage from the hostess in celebration of her birthday. High score prize was won by Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, who will have the next party on April 23; second high went to Mrs. Carl Hess. Also meeting in the afternoon were members of the GOLDEN CIRCLE bridge group. Mrs. Ernestine Sanders was hostess at the clubrooms. Prizes were won by the hostess, Mrs. Lester Schleisman and Mrs. Winifred Conley. Mrs. Robert Schneider entertained the TALLY-HI Club at her home in the evening. Mrs. Jack Webber, who will have the next party on May 14, won high score prize and also kept the JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE Thurs.-Fri.-Sat.- SPECIALS DECORATED EASTER GLORY CAKE Reg. »98 SPECIAL 135 SAVE 63< ' ^ f Two layers of golden butter cake froiied in pastel colors, in- v ~ scribed Happy Easter and small Easter nest on each cake. BUTTER DANISH SWEET ROLLS Reg. SPECIAL $1.23 $1.05 Doi. Doi. SAVE 18' J Rich flaky sweet rolls made with pure creamery butter, filled with jams, assorted nuts and toppings. Ideal Easter breakfast served warm. ENRICHED SANDWICH BUNS 87< Reg. $1.02 15* BUTTER FLAKE DINNER ROLLS SPECIAL 49*Doi. .EG 59< teu Save 10< Serve delicious flake apart butter and egg rolls. Heat 'em and eat 'em. SPECIAL EASTER FEATURES CAKE EASTER BASKETS DECORATED LAMB CAKE $3.84 27< each Medium Size EASTER CAKE EGGS in window box 2-69* REG. SIZE EASTER CAKE EGGS of assorted colors $1.23 DOZ. FOR YOUR FESTIVE EVE SANDWICH SNACK Try any of Jung's variety of dark breads — honey stone ground wheat, sliced rye, whole wheat pecan, pumpernickel rye, corn meal loaf, mini triple loaves oatmeal. In the low temp. case. MR. & MRS. DUCK $1.75 pair LARGE DECORATED CAKE EGGS with I <nt«r pick and fl«w*n 3.. 98< LARGE EASTER BUNNY CAKE White Butter . Coke Shaped like CO OC A Bunny ^AelJ*V HOT CROSS BUNS Rich egg rolls chuck full of raisins with rum flavor. Frosted with cross and crushed nut topping. SPECIAL 9 for 97* CREAM PUFFS with whipped cream or CHOCOLATE FUDGE ECLAIRS with custard filling dipped in chocolate fudge frosting. 6 for 83< traveling prize. Mrs. Robert Nieland, an additional guest, received low. The evening party of the J.L.C. CLUB was held at Mrs. Leonard Bromert's home, with Mrs. W. J. Singsank as a guest other than members. Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. James Houlihan, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery and Mrs. Louis Wolterman were awarded prizes. On April 23 the club will meet with Mrs. Montgomery. Mrs. James Mitchell was hostess for the DOUBLE FOUR Club's party at her home. At the close of the evening Mrs. Ed Pietig received high score prize; Mrs. Edwin Tigges, second; and Mrs. Mitchell kept the traveling prize. The next party will be at the home of Mrs. Zita Hui u _bus, April 23. The JOKERS were entertained in the evening at Mrs. Jerry Wilson's home, with Mrs. Dennis Snyder as co-hostess. High score prize was won by Mrs. James C. DeBower an additional guest. Mrs. Tom Chase and Mrs. Jay Shirbroun tied for second and Mrs. George Grouse received low. Mrs. William Baumhover will be hostess next, May 14. All members of the TRUMPETTES Club attended the evening party at the country home of Mrs. Tom Collison. Mrs. Howard Drees was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. Robert Langenfeld, second; and Mrs. Mike Arts, low. The club's final event of the season will be a no-hostess dinner party on May 14. Courtesy for Mrs. Sturm Mrs. Gary Sturm, an expectant mother, was guest of honor at a surprisA shower given by Mrs. Jim Roth and Mrs. Robert L. Snyder Monday evening at the* latter's home in Meyer Mobile Home Park. The evening was spent playing games and lunch was served. A pink and blue decorating theme was featured. The courtesy was attended by about 11 guests. SUNCORD PRINTS 50% cotton 50% rayon, 45" wide. Machine wash in warm water. For sportswear, separates, dresses, cur- ENTIRE STOCK OF tains. Reg. $1.99 DENIM-LOOK PRINTS DOUBLE KNITS 60" wide - Machine wash A dry. New solid colors to coordinate with beautiful patterns. For spring and summer dresses and pant-suits. Reg. to 4.99 Yd. 50% rayon, 50% polyester. Machine wash, tumbl-> dry. 45" wide. One of the new Fade-Out-Fabric; For Jeans - Toppers, long dresses, children's clothes. Yd. $199 1 3 SPECIAL TABLES Dress prints, sportswear solids. Soft Knits. Designer lengths. All washable polyester, 100% cottons, bonded crepe, and more. Values to 1.99 PLAID DOTTED SWISS A brand new fabric. 65% polyester 35% cotton. Never needs ironing. A lively look for dresses, pinafores, shirts. Yd. $199 1 BEAUTIFUL LACE tor formait and wedding*. 36" wide pastel colors only. Dacron, cotton, acetate and MECM.I rm nylon. Dry clean. Was $2.99 45" and 60" wide Your Choice Sale days fhurs. April 11 to Tues. April 16 OPEN: 9:00 A.M. to 5 P.M. Weekdays 9:00 A.M. to 9:00 P.M. Friday Bride-elect... Mr. and Mrs. Lyle O. Arp of Manning announce the approaching marriage of their daughter Jan to Gaylin Ranniger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Ranniper, also of Manning. Miss Arp attends Morningside College. Mr. Ranniger, a 1974 graduate of Briar Cliff College, is an accountant at Toy National Bank in Sioux City. A June 8 wedding is planned. A Quilting Program Here Next Week Women who are interested in learning to quilt will want to attend the Quilt-A-Rama here on Friday, April 19, at 2 p.m., according to Bonnie Schubert, Extension home economist. The program will be in the fellowship hall of the First United Methodist Church, 1020 North Adams, Carroll. There will be a quilt display before and after the program. Women from the Holy Spirit Women's Guild, under the direction of Mrs. Cletus Wihdschitl and Mrs. Frank Huber, will discuss the art of quilting. The women do custom quilting and will share their hints, shortcuts and tricks of the trade. There also will be samples to show the steps in quilting. Patterns will be available that can be traced. Mrs. Schubert invites all interested women to attend. There will be no registration fee. Artist's Tea Scheduled on April 24th In observance of National Library Week April 21-27, Friends of the Library will sponsor an artist's tea for Mrs. Horace Strong, a rosemaler from Des Moines, on April 24. The tea will be held from 2 to 4 p.m. at the ballroom of the Elks building. Rosemaling is the art of painting stylized flowers of old Norwegian patterns onto flat wooden surfaces. Mrs. Strong will demonstrate the craft and exhibit some of her work. An exhibit of books on crafts, including rosemaling, will be on display April 24 at the public library. Printed material on rosemaling and other related crafts will be available to each guest at the tea. Mrs. John Fortune will be in charge of the hostesses. Others preparing for the tea are Mrs. Stuart Perry, tea table, Mrs. Marvin Sernett, publicity, and Mrs. Vincent Koenig, tickets. Tickets will be available from the library, Clementine's Gifts and Loehr's Jewelry. SERVICES SET A pre-communion registration service will be held at Immanuel Lutheran Church, Lidderdale, on Maundy Thursday at 8:30 a.m. and 7:30 p.m. A Good Friday communion service will be held at 7:30 p.m. Members of the confirmation class will take their first communion at thattir>e. Business & Office FIXTURES • Desks • Chairs • Filing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy. 40 Downtown Carroll Astrology Is Topic of PEG Program Under the title "Love Is ... Looking at the Stars," Mrs. Louis Macke pointed out facts and fiction relative to the study of astrology at a meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.O. Tuesday night at Mrs. William Goodwin's home. Mrs. Macke also related various character traits of members according to the Zodiac signs under which they were born. Refreshments were served from a table decorated with a ceramic Easter bunny and hand-painted ceramic eggs. Mrs. Jonathon Hall, co-hostess, served coffee and Mrs. Macke presided at the punch bowl. The April 23 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Gordon Wade. Musicians to Perform in a Recital ARCADIA — The piano and organ students of Mrs. Harvey Freese will present their spring variety program at the Ar-We-Va high school at 2 p.m. April 21. Participating students are Andrew and Rhonda Gottsch, Jaynee and Julie Henkenius, Denise Freese, Curt Schweers, Bette Linde, Kathleen and Ann Gross, Donna Wolterman, Barbara Sundrup, Russell Berg, Karia and Kay Freese, John Berning, Barbara Freese, Lisa Bruggeman, Alicia Meyers, Cindy and Sheila Martins, Joyce Vonnahme, Lola Dentlinger, Gary Erps, Donna Staples, Barbara and Lisa Wuebker, Carla Rmagprnan and Patti Nolck. Refreshments will be served following the program and a free will donation will be accepted for Arcadia's planned recreational project. Families and friends of the students are invited to the recital. PERSONALS Lt. Col. Don Dalton arrived from New York Tuesday afternoon to visit here for about five days with his sisters, Trudy and Dorothy Dalton and Mrs. Margaret Biller, who met him at the Des Moines airport. Lt. Col. Dalton, a staff judge advocate with the U.S. Air Force, is being transferred to Rantoul, 111. Calendar THURSDAY— Clio Club, IPS Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle Hairdressers Hear Report A report on the delegates' session of the state convention of the National Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Assn. of Iowa, held Sunday in Des Moines, was given here Tuesday night at the monthly dinner meeting of Tri-County Affiliate No. 126. The group met at the Red Carpet Lounge. The program featured styles body comb-outs in the spring trend by Gayle Schleisman and Mrs. Lawrence Wegman. Officers will be elected at the next meeting on May 14, also at the Red Carpet. GUILD CHANGED The monthly meeting of Trinity Episcopal Guild, previously announced for April 11, will be held instead on the 18th at 10 a.m. at the home of Odella McGowan, 925 Simon Avenue. New Slate Is Chosen By Sorority Officers for the coming year were elected Tuesday night by Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority. The slate includes Mrs. Frank Comes, president; Mrs. W. L. Reitz, vice president, Mrs. Duane Shriver, secretary; and Mrs. Dean Morlan, treasurer. Preceding the short business meeting held at Mrs. Delbert Patrick's home, six members attended a Carroll County Awareness meeting at St. Anthony Regional Hospital. On April 23 the chapter will meet at the home of Mrs. Norman Bluml near GlidHen. Feted by Neighbors A neighborhood coffee honoring Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg was given Tuesday by Mrs. Donald Harmon arid Mrs. Joe M. Tegels. Dr. and Mrs. Anneberg are moving 10 an apartment next w«ek. Ten guests attended the morning courtesy at Mrs. Harmon's home. The group presented Mrs. Anneberg with a Rift. ENDS TONITE at 7:00-9:00 JACK NICHOLSON in "THE LAST DETAIL" IAKEC.TY Starts tomorrow April 11-13th Eves. Continuous From 7:00 P.M. DISNEY! about to get beached! WALT DISNEY PRODUCTIONS' STARTS SUNDAY April 14-16 Eve*. 7:00 A 9:00 Sun. Mot. 2:00 P.M. Starring John Houtcman Supporting Actor Bravo! Encore! 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