Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on May 9, 1974 · Page 4
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Awards Given to Bowlers At Their 'Hobo' Banquet The Red Carpet Lounge resembled "hobo land" Wednesday night when the Carroll Woman's Bowling Association held its annual awards banquet. Approximately 140 bowlers and sponsors attended the event, many wearing hard-times costumes in keeping with the hobo theme. A mystery guest referred to only as "King of the Hobos" was seated at the head table. Items on the menu were listed in hobo jargon including as main course delicacies "old crow, sowbelly, spuds and beans". Decorations featured knapsacks on sticks and a hobo picture painted by Mrs. John Coppock which was awarded later as a door prize. Other prizes were donated by team sponsors. Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen was mistress of ceremonies. Mrs. David McHugh was chairman of the banquet committee that also included Mrs. Roy BIG DEALS . . . DINING ROOM available <or meet-ings, luncheons, parties, card clubs. Spots 60. Ph:-- u 792-9101. Catering service available. FISH SPECIAL Every Friday—3 - 10 p.m. All You Can Eat $1.35 PAULINE'S CAFE Hi-way 71 Suuth ••I TJ p.m .Tin tlvu '"'hurs. 6 a.m. tn 2 a.m. Friday & Sat. Huegerich. Mr. Robert Saylor, Mrs. A. J. Puffett, Mrs. Algene Snyder. Mrs. Lyle Bernholtz. Mrs. Kenneth Hackett and Mrs. Coppock. Robert Woodhouse portrayed the " King of the Hobos''. Bauer Livestock was the winning team in the 1974 Association tourney with a score of 2744. Team members Jeanette Lorensen, Mrs. Vernon Grote. Mrs. Wilford Randall, Mrs. Erwin Grote, Mrs. Matt Bauer and Mrs. Aldred Tigges received trophies and patches. Trophies and patches also were presented to Mrs. 0. M. O'Connor and Mrs. Linus Ludwig, who won the doubles event with their score of 1186; to Mary Fehring. winner of the singles event with 634; and to Miss Lorensen, winner of all events handicap (1760) and scratch (1628). Mrs. Louis Riddle received a pin for high average, 165. Awards also were given in the Woodchoppers and Eager Beaver Leagues as follows: IT'S NATIONAL Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Thursday, May 9, 1974 Hr WOODCHOPPERS — High team: Jacobsen Travel Agency (Mrs. Jerry Schafer. Sharon Vonnahme, Mrs. Douglas Staiert, Mrs. Ronald Fricke, Mrs. Dennis Staiert and Mrs. David Staiert). Individual: Division I (average of 140 and over i high series, Jackie Hackett 639; high game, Mrs. Schafer 241. Division II (120 to 139) high series, Mrs. Dennis Wiederin 530; high game, Mrs. Earl Van Scoy 223; Division III (119 and under) high series, Mrs. Norman Soyer 458; high game, Judy Liechti 215. 500 Pins: Mrs. Ludwig, Mrs. Larry Steffes, Mrs. Douglas Staiert, Mrs. Mai Foley. 200 Pins: Mrs. Ludwig. Miss Liechti, Mrs. Steffes, Mrs. Glen Soyer, Mrs. Jim Workman and Mrs. Norman Soyer. Triple Score: Mrs. Larry Nieland. Most Improved Bowler: Virginia Tharnish (average increased from 135 to 146). EAGER BEAVER - High team: Bauer Livestock. Individual: Division I high series, Miss Lorensen 245; high game. Miss Lorensen 602; Division II high series. Mrs. Stephen Bird 518; high game, Mrs. Randall 232; Division III high series. Eleanor Stangl 457; high game, Mrs. Larry Nelson 196. 600 Pins: Miss Lorensen. 500 and 200 Pins: Mrs. Bird and Miss Lorensen. Most Improved Bowler: Mrs. Bruce Story (14.68 pins). 100 pins over average; Mrs. Randall and Mrs. Vernon Grote. MONDAY MAY 6TN THRU SATURDAY MAY 18TH BE No < T R FREE 4 CASES KING SIZE COKE FRIGIDAIRE'S MOST POPULAR REFRIGERATOR 17 REASONS THIS IS YOUR "BEST BUY" . Bolili BickfdbyCM . Hit Froil Proof . Slim WillPfiljn . Reverilblr Doori . Adjoiliblr Rollrn . Lir|e IM-lb. ffftur FutlWIdlbFrerirr Shtlvti . Frosen Julrt Storigr . Fully Adjmt.blf Shrlvti II. Frrib Men Tender II. ZLirfeVeielible Crliptn 1!. ScptnleCbeeiet Boiler Keepers 11. FoUWIdlbDoor Sbelves CHARGE FOR COLOR 14. Larjt EH Storage li. Brljhl InlrrlorLljhl II. Avilliblc la i colors 96 BOTTLES BEST OFFER FREE 3600 S&H GREEN STAMPS CLEANS ITSELF AUTOMATICALLY ELECTRICALLY CENUINE FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGES EASIEST TO USE ... EASIEST TO CLEAN JUST TOUCH'* COOK JUST TOUCH'N BAKE JUST TOUCH'N BROIL JUST TOUCH'N CLEAN NO BUTTONS TO PUSH NO KNOBS TO TURN JUST TELL THE RINGE WHAT YOU WANT IT TO DO-IT'LL DO IT THERE'S A FRIGIDAIRE ELECTRIC RANGE JUST FOR YOU ALL FRIGIDAIRE RANGES SALE PRICED NOW HUTCHINSON BES N T o OF 3 FEB FREE YEARS SUPPLY FOR THE CLEANEST WHITEST WASH IN YOUR COMMUNITY FRIGIDAIRE "JET ACTION" WASHER IS FOR YOU k 1 TO 18 LB WASH CAPACITY IT WATER SAVER CONTROL k EASY CLEAN LINT FILTER k UNDER WATER DETERGENT AND BLEACH DISPENSER * ASK ABOUT FRIGIDAIRE'S 5 YEAR NATIONAL WARRANTY * ESTIMATED AVERAGE YEAR'S SUPPLY BUY NOW SAVE HURRY HURRY OFFER ENDS MAY 18TH BUY IMOW-SAVE FRIGIDAIRE GRETEMAN BROTHERS Templeton, Iowa Telephone: 669-3485 June Wedding . . . Mrs. Arthur M. Osterlund of Carroll announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter Carlette to Robert Anderson, son of Mrs. Don Anderson of Coon Rapids. The wedding will take place June 15 at the First United Methodist Church in Carroll. Miss Osterlund is employed at the Coast to Coast Store in Carroll and her fiance, by Garst and Thomas at Coon Rapids. Association officers are Mrs. Paul White, president; Mrs. William Ebersole and Mrs. Hackett, First and second vice presidents; Mrs. Snyder. secretary; Mrs. Saylor, treasurer; and Mrs. Donald Brown, sergeant at arms. Directors are Mrs. Peggy Stephenson, Mrs. Linus Goblirsch, Mrs. Irene Mahon, Mrs. Donna Welbourne, Mrs. Doyle Beeber. Mrs. Roger Lynch. Mrs. Thomas Sullivan and Mrs. Kenneth Suhr. Vows Said By Couple At Panama Marilyn Susann Hoffmann of Panama and Gary Lee Borkowski of Carroll were wed in a double ring rite April 27 at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Panama. They will live at 221 North Court Street, Carroll. Their parents are Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffmann of Panama and Mr. and Mrs. Dalton Borkowski of Audubon. The Rev. Thomas Wolf of Kaukauna, Wis., performed the 10:30 a.m. wedding that was followed by a 12:30 dinner and reception for 250 guests in the parish hall. Attendants were Patricia Smith of Council Bluffs, Ruth Wegner of Panama, Cheryl Borkowski and Edward Puck of Audubon, Dean Taggart of Des Moines and Donald Hoffmann of Panama. The bride's father gave her in marriage. Russell Borkowski, Allen Hoffmann, Allen Borkowski and Joe Hoffmann ushered. Frank Cool of Omaha was organist and Mrs. Sylvia Gilliland of Council Bluffs, vocalist. The bride wore a white satin empire gown trimmed with pink ribbon, and an elbow-length veil. She carried white daisies and pink roses. Her attendants wore dresses of pink satin and flowered nylon sheer and carried pink and white nosegays. 'The couple took a week's trip to Colorado Springs. ALC Circle Has Meeting Mr. and Mrs. Gary Borkowski The bride graduated from Harlan High School in 1968 and Jennie Edmundson School of Nursing in 1971. She was employed at Mercy Hospital, Council Bluffs. Mr. Borkowski, a 1967 graduate of Audubon High School, is with Iowa Public Service Company. GIFT CERTIFICATE FOR MOTHER'S DAY Put a little sunshine in her shopping . . . remember Mom with a certificate for a Kohler gift. SHOPW At FRANKS PLBG. & HTG. 309 N. Clark ?.-- -KT IF YOU PLAN TO BUY AIM APPLIANCE BUY NOW BONUS OFFER YOURS FREE THE LOAN MAKERS We make loans for 1 all sound purposes. Each deposit Iniuied to ?20,000 FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORPORATION Carroll County State Bank Arcadia — Carroll A FULL SERVICE BANK Mrs. Ray Schonberger entertained Naomi Circle of St. John's American Lutheran Church at her home Wednesday morning. Guests other than members were the Rev. Darryl Torrin and Mrs. Darrell Heuton. Mrs. Perry Petersen conducted the business session. The Bible study, based on Revelation 8 and 9, was presented by Mrs. Don Hill. It was entitled "The Prayers of Christians Move the Hand of God" . The June 12 meeting will be held at Graham Park. VISIT IN EUROPE LIDDERDALE — Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kroeger recently returned to their home here after spending six weeks visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. David Wenck and sons in Waterloo. Belgium. Honor Mary Morrissey. Hutchinson. Minn., formerly of Carroll, has been selected from the junior class of Hutchinson High School for membership in the National Honor Society. Selection is based on scholarship, leadership, service and character. Mary is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Morrissey. Hutchinson, and the granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Lux. Lidderdale, and Charley Morrissey. Carroll. TPA Board Has Meeting At Audubon Sixteen members from Carroll, Audubon and Atlantic attended a noon luncheon meeting of the executive board of Club 71, Telephone Pioneers of America, Tuesday at the Victory Cafe in Audubon. Mrs. Ellen Davis, outgoing president, presided. Florence Dinges of Carroll became a new life member of the Pioneers. New members are Mrs. Earle Axtell and Mrs. Melvin Busche, both of Carroll. Activity reports were given by committee chairmen. It was noted that 100 cups had been ordered for Friendship Home at Audubon; that 200 pine trees had been donated and planted at Swan Lake State Park; and that a telephone had been installed for Esther Hamill, a life member now residing at the Carroll Health Center. A bake sale is planned for June 15 at the Westgate Mall in Carroll. The meeting was turned over to the new president, Mrs. Harold Cleveland of Carroll. The 1974-75 slate of officers was reviewed and calendars of events distributed. Announcement was made of a life member luncheon May 14 at the Carroll Elk's Club. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. John Swearingen brought birthday cakes to surprise each other, and both cakes were served as the dessert course. Calendar THURSDAY— Pateo Club. Tony's Friday— F.L.C. Club. Mrs. Carl Bauerle Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— Golden Circle MONDAY— St. Lawrence Guild Rebekah Lodge Presbyterian Guild potluck, church Octavettes, Mrs. Steve Collison Challengers, Colette Stork CONTEMPORARY CARDS The fun way to say "thinking of you." STONE'S K. of C. Bldg IE'5 .—Carroll J ENDS THURSDAY "LAST TANGO IN PARIS" - ADULTS ONIYI IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRE FCAPRI Phone 464-3040 LAKE CITY FRIDAY thru TUESDAY May 10-14 Many of his fellow I officers 1 [consider* him the most dangerous] r man alive -an honest COP Rffl Shows at IU 9 p.m. AL PACING SBRPICO" Sunday Matinee 2p.m. Starts Wednesday May 15th! 'BUTCH CASSIDY & THE SUNDANCE KID" CARROLL DRIVE-IN -CARROLL Audiences are standing up and applauding... WALKING TALL FRI. - SAT. - SUN. May 10-11 - 12 - SHOWS START AT DUSK! - Starring: Joe Don Baker In Color -Plus!- VFHOM 'RELEASING I Going down his own road... SIEVE MCQUEEN JUNIOR BONNER

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