Lease to Be Signed for Old Library Officers of the Carroll County Historical Society will sign the lease of the old public library building from the City of Carroll at their annual meeting on Thursday. April 25, at the court house courtroom at 8p.m. Plans for the museum to be established in the library building will be discussed. Mr. and Mrs. Howard McMinimee of Denison will speak on their restoration of the Dow House in Crawford FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Sat. April 27 United Orchestra Wedding Dance, Sheri Hacker and Marty Leiting Times Herald, Carroll, la. ,. Wednesday, April 24, 1974 T 1 County. Membership dues of $2 per person will be accepted at the meeting or may be mailed to Mrs. A. M. Liechti, 1224 Olive, or to Mrs. Gary Hackett. R. R. 2, Box 163, both of Carroll. Anyone interested in history is urgedto attend. Membership is not required. Refreshments will conclude the meeting. Guests from Ames Attend A Reupholstery PEO Meeting Workshop Offered Mrs A .1 Hicllp and Mrs A I TO PLAY IN ROTUNDA The Kuemper High School orchestra will perform in the rotunda of the capitol building in Des Moines for about an hour on Thursday. About 60 members of the orchestra will leave the school Thursday morning and perform at noon. The invitation was received from the House of Representatives. On Saturday, Kuemper band studentsnvill be marching in the Drake Relays parade at 10 a.m. The band will join others around the state later in the day for the mass band performance. CAPRI Phone 464-3040 LAKE CITY STARTS TONITE THRU TUBS. Eves. 7:00 & 9:05 Sun. Mat. 2:00 TOGETHER! THE WAY Mrs. A. J Hjelleand Mrs. A. F. Haupert, both of Glidden, entertained Chapter EB, P.E.O.. Tuesday evening at the former's home. Guests were four members of Chapter UN of Ames, including Lillian Clark. Wilma Olsen. Elizabeth Wright and Loree Merrill. The initiatory ritual of the organization was exemplified, after which Mrs. James McGill presented the program on International Peace Scholarships and the Sarah Porter Beckwith Home at Ml. Pleasant. The scholarships are offered to selected foreign students to come to this country to study through auspices of P.E.O. Mrs. McGill cited examples of several such students who returned to their homelands and became prominent in the fields of education. Her talk concerning the Sarah Porter Beckwith retirement home for P.E.O. members included a report of improvements made during the past year. Refreshments were served from a ; ;able centered with a yellow mum plant. Mrs. Robert Blincow. chapter president, poured coffee and Mrs. McGill dipped punch. The nest meeting will be at Mrs. Gordon Wade's home, May 14. IN COLLEGE PLAY Richard Adkins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkins of Carroll, will play one of the lead roles in the production of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night" at Coe College. Cedar Rapids. He will portray Sebastian in the five-act comedy. Performances are slated for 8 p.m. on May 2-4 and May 10 and 11. Area persons interested in learning to reupholster furniture are invited to participate in a Reupholstery Workshop being sponsored by the Carroll County Extension Service, according to Mrs. Bonnie Schubert, Extension home economist. An orientation meeting will be held Friday, May 3, at 2 p.m. at the Extension office meeting room in Carroll, conducted by Mrs. Lois Warme, Extension specialist in applied art from Iowa State University. The actual workshop will take place the week of June 10 in the Holy Angels gym at Roselle. At the orientation meeting Bruce to Speak at ISU Dinner Earle Bruce, head football coach at Iowa State University, will be the featured speaker at the annual Carroll County Cyclone Club spring dinner meeting to be held Monday, May 20 at the Carroll Country Club. Several other coaches are also expected to attend as well as Mai Schmidt, head of the national Cyclone Club organization, and Jim Overturf, business manager of athletics. Tickets for the May dinner may be purchased from Alan Tiefenthaler, Breda; Ivan Opperman and Warren Puck, Manning; Bill Moorhouse. Glidden; Don Halverson, Manning; Jack Stangl, Dedham; Dr. James McCauley, Lake City; and Roland Lickteig, Dr. William Blohm, Leo Fitzpatick, James B. Wilson and Carroll Lane, Carroll. participants will learn what has to be done before the workshop, such as stripping the upholstered piece, marking pattern pieces, repairing damaged corners and dowels, and refinishing exposed wood. Mrs. Warme will also talk about fabric selection, and color and textures suitable for a given interior. Mrs. Melvin Eischeid, Halbur, will have samples of upholstery fabrics on display. There is no charge for the orientation meeting. At the workshop one or two people will be working as a unit on one piece of furniture. There will be an approximate $8 registration fee per unit. The workshop will be limited to 15 units. It is requested that participants not use vinyl upholstery fabric or recover a recliner or hide-a-bed because of the time involved. Mrs. Brown Complimented Mrs. Donald Brown was honored at a surprise birthday party Tuesday evening at her home here. Several families from the neighborhood attended the event which was planned by her daughter, Joan. Mrs. Brown's birthday occurred April 22. LOSE 13 POUNDS The weekly weigh-in at the Carroll STOP Club meeting Tuesday evening revealed that four members lost a total of 13 pounds; three gained 4'i> pounds and three kept the same weights as last week. 0-ie new member attended the 7 p.m. session at 408 West Seventh Street. COMPARE WAITERS LOW APPLIANCE PRICES! BPPLIflllCE CEHTER Every WAITER'S App- Nance is backed by the "Pink Service Fleet" to "Insure" your Value! FRIGIDAIRE 'SKINI-MINI' LAUNDRY CENTER Needs no special wiring Exclusive "Agi-tub", gets clothes really clean Big Capacity "Flowing heat" Dryer Handles '"Perma-press" COMPARE - SAVE 348 00 I|f YOUR CREDIT SPEClit TERMS AVAILABLE FRIGIDAIRE FREEZERS "Yes Watters have Freezers" Priced to Sell! $ As Low As [FRIGIOAIRE MODEL WCDA3T FRIGIDAIRE GIANT CAPACITY LAUNDRY PAIR BOTH FOR ONLY 378 OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS "CRUNCH goes your I rash into one Neat Bundle. FRIGIDAIRE COMPACTOR I 'Costs more-Worth More" flPPLIflnCECEnTER Carroll Phone 792-2525 For Service Phone 792-2696 Lake City Phone 464-3281 For nearly 39 years Walter's have served area residents with fine "Brand Name" Merchandise and Qualified Service. Mrs. Lois Warme 100th Year to Be Noted Carroll Odd Fellows Lodge No. 279 will commemorate the Lodge's 100th anniversary Sunday, April 28, at the IOOF hall. The 2 p.m. meeting will be open to the public. Program theme will be the history of the Carroll Lodge and the Iowa Grand Lodge. Principal speaker will be Delbert Gerholdt of Iowa Falls, Grand Master of Iowa. Refreshments will be served by the local Rebekah Lodge. Announce Engagement Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Hackfort of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Maureen to Gary Becker, son of Mr. and Mrs.. William S. Becker of Glidden. Miss Hackfort is an elementary teacher in the Stillwater, Minn., school system. Her fiance is employed by McAtee Tire, Inc., in Perry. An Aug. 10 wedding is being planned. ESA Plans May Picnic Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority will observe the organization's Founder's Day with a picnic dinner on May 14. Tentative ^ite is the shelter house at South Side Park. Plans for the observance were formulated at a meeting Tuesday night at the home of the chapter president, Mrs. Norman Bluml of Glidden. The program entitled "I Just Don't Have the Time" was given by Mrs. Delbert Patrick. Members furnished a variety of cookies for refreshments. OPTOMETRISTS MEET Dr. and Mrs. John Martin attended the 76th annual meeting of the Iowa Optometric Association in Des Moines. The Optometrists of the Year award was presented to Dr. George Andrews of Knoxville. The association presented the John E. Martin Education and Researcher award to Dr. Darrell Carter, O.D.PhD.. professor at the University of California, Berkeley, Calif. The Martins returned to Carroll Tuesday night from the three-day meeting. Ten Card Groups on Tuesday The A.B.C. CLUB met for an evening bridge party at the home of Mrs. William Anderson. High score prize went to Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg, who will be the next hostess on May 14. Mrs. Ed Johnson received second high and Mrs. Mary Johannsen, low. The PLA-MOR Club was entertained in the afternoon at the home of Mrs. 0. H. Juergens. Mrs. Vincent Oollison ? iand the hostess were bridge, prize winners. On May 1 the, cwb Will meet with Mrs. ;J6hri Rorter. Mrs.- \Merle Vetter was an everting hostess, entertaining the B'.P.F. CLUB at her home. Winning bridge prizes were Mrs'. Richard Throckmorton, high; Mrs. Wayne Weeks, second; and Mrs. Bruce Fuller, low. The club's closing party is being planned for May 14. Anotner group meeting in the evening was the F.F.F. CLUB, at the home of Mrs. Ruth Vanderheiden. Guests other than members were Mrs.: Bill Becker and Mrs. Clayton Woerdehoff. The hostess 1 , choice game was hearts, with Mrs. Alver Schmit? winning high prize and MrskLyleHesiterkeamp., • sfcOTJijjif Mrs. Marvin Lampe will ; have the next party, May .14. : ' Mrs.. -De.lbert Montgomery was hostess to J.L.C. CLUB members and two other guests 1 , 'Thelma Winnike and Mrs. George Walden, at her home. At the close of the evening 'of bridge, Mrs. Louis Wolterman was awarded high score prize ; Mrs. Ed Schroeder, second; Mrs. Vernis Juergens, third; and Miss Winnike, fourth. This was the club's last party until fall. The HONORETTES played bridge at their evening party at the home of Mrs. Dayid McHugh. Kathleen Reinhart won high score prize; Mrs. Richard Bard, second; and Mrs. Anthony Stalzer, traveling. Mrs. Bard will entertain next, May 14. Euchre was played at the meeting of the JOLLYETTES Tuesday night at Mrs. James Neil's home at Glidden. High score prize was won by Mrs. John Oswald and low, Mrs. Larry Bunnell. The next hostesswill be Mrs. Tom Underberg, May 14. Mrs. Glennie Prince entertained the challengers and two additional guests, Mrs. Dennis Tigges and Mrs. Jerry Shields, at her home in the evening. At bridge, Mrs. Donald Nieland won high score prize; Dolores Baumhover, second; and Elizabeth Stork, low. Colette Stork will have the next party, May 13. 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