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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 15, 1974
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17 Card Groups Met on Tuesday The TOWN AND COUNTRY Club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Louis Hannasch. whose additional guest for the evening of bridge was Mrs. James Meehan. The hostess, Mrs. Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Christina Taphorn received score prizes. Mrs. Henry Steinkamp will have the next party. May 28. Mrs. Richard Bard was host-ess for the HONORETTES Club's final meeting of the season, entertaining at her home. High score prize for the evening of bridge went to Mrs. Jerome Goecke; second, Mrs. Anthony Stalzer; and traveling. Mrs. David McHugh. Playing bridge at Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg's home in the evening were members of the A.B.C. CLUB. Score prizes were won by the hostess. Mrs. Mary Johannsen and Mrs. Donald Hillyer. On May 28 the group will meet with Mrs. William Frank. Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz entertained the HIGH BIDDERS at Tony's Restaurant. At the close of the afternoon, score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Felix Langenfeld, Mrs. Ed Schroeder and Mrs. Frank Liewer. who will be hostess next on May 21. Members of the TRUMP ETTES Club combined their last meeting of the season with a farewell party for Mrs. John Mixsell. who will bi movingtoSt. Louis early in June. The group had a no-hostess dinner and social evening at Mister D's in Glidden. Mrs. Mixsell was presented with a gift from the club. Mrs. Karl Hoffman entertained members of EIGHT O'CLOCK Club and an additional guest. Mrs. Ed Schroeder. at dinner and bridge at her home. Winning score prizes for the evening were Mrs. Josef Martin. Mrs. Harold Traner and Mrs. Earl CAPRI" Phone 464-3040 LAKE CITY STARTS WED. May 15-21 7 DAYS Eves, ot 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Mot, at 7:00 BUTCH &THE KID ARE BACK! Just for the fun of it! Times Herald, Carroll, la. m Wednesday, May 15, 1974 H Thompson. The club will have a no-hostess party on May 30. Euchre was played at the evening meeting of the JOLLYETTES Club at Mrs. Thomas Underberg's home. High score prize was won by Mrs. Roger Wernimont, who will be hostess mext on June 4. Mrs. Donald Eifler received low. Also playing euchre Tuesday evening were members of the F.N.W. CLUB who met at the home of Mrs. Leo Augustine. High score prizes went to Mrs. Frances Irlmeier and Mrs. Margaret Sapp; second, Mrs. Marie Eich and Lena Mattes; and traveling, the hostess. Mrs. Frank Goetzinger will have the next party. May 28. Mrs. Robert Quinn was hostess for the SPELA KORT Club's bridge party at her home. Prize winners for the evening were Mrs. William Stickrod, high; Mrs. Edward Murphy, second; and Mrs. Harold Bierl, traveling. On May 28 the club will meet with Mrs. Paul Snyder. The CHALLENGERS Club met for bridge at Colette Stork's home, with Mrs. Robert Mosher as an additional guest for the evening. Winners were Mrs. Donald Nieland. high: Mrs. Oliver Mosman. second: and Mrs. Glennie Prince, low. This was the last party of the season. All members were present for the afternoon bridge party at the home of Mrs. Guy Jones. High scores were held by Mrs. John Juergens and Mrs. E. W. Van Meter. Mrs. R. K. Cooper will be hostess next. May 28. Mrs. Richard Hartzell entertained the DOUBLE FOUR Club at her home, with Mrs. Ronald Macke as an additional guest for the evening bridge party. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Ed Pietig: second. Mrs. James Mitchell: and traveling, the hostess. The next party will be at Mrs. Bernard Feilmeier's home. June 11. Probably Ihe most entertaining Wettem ever made I PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS, "BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID" For their closing party. , B.F.F. CLU,B members had dinner at the Redwood Inn. Jefferson, and then returned to Mrs. Clark Peters' home for cards. Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach will be hostess tor the first meeting in September. Mrs. A. E. Odendahl. Mrs. Ernestine Sanders and Mrs. Lucille Schriner received score prizes at the weekly bridge party of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club. Mrs. Laura Finegan was hostess at the To Wed . . . Mr. and Mrs. James E. O'Herron of Omaha announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Jane to Randy J. Bierl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bierl of Carroll. Miss O'Herron is employed at the Leo A. Daly Company in Omaha and her fiance is associated with BieiTs Parkway Furniture in Carroll. The wedding will take place Sept. 7 at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. clubrooms. Hostess next week will be Mrs. Lester Schleisman. Pitch was the hostess' choice game at the F.F.F. CLUB party Tuesday night at Mrs. Leon Masching's home. Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp received high score prize. Second went to Mrs. Dennis Loew. who will entertain next. June 11. Mrs. John Grey entertained DELTA DEK Club at her home. The evening was spent playing bridge, with Mrs. John Porter. Mrs. Carl Hess and Mrs. Lambert Thelen winning prizes. Mrs. H. L. Silsby will be hostess next. May 28. The JOKERS Club ended the season with a bridge party at Mrs. William Baumhover's home. Co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Jerry Wilson. Mrs. Calvin Bliss was a guest other than members. Prizes went to Mrs. William McCarville. high: Mrs. Wilson, second; and Mrs. Thomas Chase, low. Mrs. Chase will be the first hostess , in the fall. Good Rating for Agency BREHNY S MARKET WEST 3rd STREET - PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, MAY 21 U.S.D.A. CHOICE COOK-OUT STEAK 85 Lb. Wilson Sovory £ 1 Franks .......... 2-tbs. !p I . Lean Pork Steak u> 4 t\ 69 ~ • r. ,-. Ground Beef 3-ibv Wilson Braunschweiger ...... ib. Hormel Spam 12-Oz. Shurfresh Stick Oleo Lb. Del Monte Chunk Tuna Fireside Miniature 10-Oz. Marshmallows 2 for Gala Single Roll Towels Elberta Peaches 29-01. Tot i no Pizza it-ot. Food King Pork & Beans 3i-oz. 89< 39< 49< 75< LEAN-TENDER CUBE STEAK $139 1 Lb. "T A . / V H & c Whiting ....3-ib. BOX Fresh Baby * f^ ^ Beef Liver ................ u>.O%5 Wilson All Meat Wilson AM Meat ~Wt^ + Sliced Bologna ........ ib. 7V C Farmland Maple River Boneless Ham IB Shurfresh Potato Chips Cheerios is-oz.OV New White Potatoes io-Lbs. Tom Scott **Wf^ + Mixed Nuts i 3 -oz. 79 < Shurfresh Hot Dog ^ f^> BunS 10-Ct. 2 Pkg, O 4F Swans Down Regular JL* _ f\f^ Cake Mix 3f or $l .00 Baker's A&t Chocolate Chips ..i2-oz. *IV^ DESMOINES. Iowa (API- The Iowa Beer and Liquor Control Department's accounting system received a "very satisfactory" rating from State Auditor Lloyd Smith Wednesday. An audit of the department for the fiscal year ended last June 30 said the accounting system installed July 1, 1972. has simplified and clarified departmental record keeping. It said data machines installed in 48 of the largest state stores, which account for about 80 per cent of the department's $85 million in annual sales, makes it possible for the central accounting office to maintain full control of inventories, sales and cash. Smith complimented the department and its director. Rolland Gallagher, for following completely the auditor's recommendations made in an audit for the 1972 fiscal year. The report showed liquor sales for the fiscal year of $85,022,472, resulting in net income of $24,932,285. Iowa cities and towns received $8,501,726 and counties $4,250,863 under a law that provides for distribution of 10 per cent of gross liquor sales to cities and 5 per cent to counties. ; Founder's Day Noted By Sorority Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, held a Founder's Day observance Tuesday night at the South Side Park shelter house. Mrs. Norman Bluml, who is concluding her term as president, presented "A Time to Renew", and Mrs. Wilbert Reitz, "Memories", after which the group had a covered dish dinner. Mrs. Norman Winchester gave the invocation. New officers installed included Mrs. Frank Comes, president; Mrs. Reitz, vice president; Mrs. Duane Shriver. secretary; and Mrs. Dean Morlan, treasurer. The chapter will recess during the summer months. Tea Honors Volunteers In observance of National Nursing Home Week, the Carroll Health Center held a recognition tea for the volunteers who serve at the center. About 125 members of churches and other groups from the Carroll area attended. Organ music was furnished by Mrs. Fred Kline, and the Senior Volunteer Choir of St. Lawrence Church gave a short program. The Rev. Darryl Torrin, pastor of St. John's Lutheran Church, Glidden, sooke on volunteers. Residents of the Health Center served refreshments in the community room of Westwood Knolls, the retirement apartment building adjacent to the nursing home. Parents Okay Traffic Plan At the Carroll Community Parents Council's final meeting of the school year on Tuesday night. Al Molitor and Jerry Wilson distributed copies of their proposal for traffic improvement on the Main Street entrance of the high school. The proposal was presented to the board of education at its May meeting. The board approved sending the proposal to the city council, with the request that necessary changes be made during the summer months. *-» • ' -m t T* - -Staff Photo Birthday Party — St. Anthony nursing home held its first monthly birthday party Tuesday afternoon. One of the women honored for her May birthday was Susan Harrison, center. Behind her from left are Lila Forke, housekeeper, and Dorothy Smith, nurse's aid. Other birthdays were observed for Grace Drees, Christine Henning and Mary Mackey. Kuemper High School's Madrigals sang for the group and refreshments were served. ^_____—— studying education in Freiburg. Clausnitzer was a guest speaker at the Manning Rotary Club Tuesday. A committee report was made by Mrs. Ron Schechtman and Mrs. Wayne Harmening. who met with Molitor and James Albertson to discuss the adoption of a new report card. A recommendation was presented to Principal George Fair that at the high school level, a separate sheet be completed for each subject with an individual comment written by the teachers. Purpose; of the change is to eliminate negative categories currently used in citizenship reports and to personalize reports for the benefit of students and parents. A recommendation was made that a publicity chairman be appointed from the parent council next year. Principal Fair called for a discussion on the current system that determines class rank among seniors. The council suggested considering the elimination of salutatorian and valedictorian in the future, with honorable mention going to the top 10 per cent of the class. The council also supported elimination of an honor roll, expressing the opinion that too much stress is placed on scholastic competition. • Clausnitzers (Continued From Page 1) will view exhibits on coil-winding. On May 23 they will go from Chicago to Frankfurt, Germany. While here, they had accompanied the Arps on a 12-day trip through a number of the Western states. Clausnitzer noted that the farms he has seen here are much larger than those in Germany and larger and more modern machinery is in use. One thing he had to get used to. he said, is being served a glass of ice water in a restaurant instead of beer or liquor, as is the case in Europe. Clausnitzer said he noticed that people in this country smoke less than the Germans. The Germans, he said, apparently do more walking than the Americans. If a destination is less than a mile. Germans walk. This is practical because of the high cost of gasoline; now about $1.20 a gallon, in Germany. The visitor also said that he believes the percentage price increases in this country are higher than in Germany, but the cost of living is. much lower, generally. Some of the things they have enjoyed while in Manning have been visits to the Manning Livestock Auction pavilion, the Wayne Ranniger farm among others, the M & I Dehy alfalfa plant and Manning Community Schools. The Clausnitzers were particularly intrigued that they could converse in German with several local residents. Henry Peters, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Pahde. C. M. Johnson and Gene Schatz. Clausnitzer said he is 'constantly 1 trying to improve his English and since being in Manning has "picked up 440 new words." The Clausnitzers have a son. Claus. studying law in West Berlin and their daughter is School Staff Has Barbecue An end of the year barbeque for 60 members of the St. Lawrence School faculty and staff was held Tuesday evening at the north side shelter house of Swan Lake. Mike Foley and Earl Schiltz presented gifts to Sr. Synesia Vaske. who is retiring from active teaching, Sr. Juanita Kiernan. who is celebrating her 50th jubilee in the F.S.P.A religious community, and Mrs. Robert Witowski. a baby shower gift. The meat was prepared by the Rev. James McAlpin, Harold Wieland and Eliseo Evangelista. The rest of the meal was catered. The evening was spent informally. The Rev. McAlpin. Sr. Mary Myron Stork, principal, and Mrs. Witowski were in charge of planning the picnic. Food Dishes Prepared at PEG Meeting A chicken and broccoli, casserole and an omlet that; featured mushrooms, fresh tomatoes and avocado were prepared by Mrs. Robert E. Ware as part of her program at a meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.G., Tuesday night at Mrs. Gordon Wade's home. Program theme was "Love is ... enjoying good food". Mrs. Ware's demonstration also included the garnishing of a previously-prepared aspic salad, and the boning of a chicken breast. She discussed various economical foods and methods of preparing them and mentioned ways of making them special for company. Members sampled the casserole, omlet and salad and were given the recipes. Mrs. Allen N. Stroh was Mrs. Wade's co-hostess. Mrs. Robert Barels presided at the tea and coffee service and her sister, Mrs. Stuart M. Paterson of Kansas City, Mo., the punch bowl. Centering the table were daisies and yellow candles. The chapter's next meeting will be at Mrs. H. K. Richardson's home. May 28. Rebekahs to Place Flags Members of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191 made plans at their meeting Monday night to place flags at the graves of deceased members at the Carroll City Cemetery as a traditional Memorial Day activity. They anticipate visiting the cemetery for this purpose on May 25. Mrs. Alice Krieg, noble grand, presided over the regular meeting at the IOOF hall. Mrs. Calvin Edwards served lunch afterward. The next meeting date is June 10. Business & Office FIXTURES • Desks • Chairs • Filing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy. ^0 Downtown Carroll FRLSAUUN 2 SMASH HITS THEY TAUGHT MORE THAN THEY LEARNED J-l **,?. SHE CORRUPTED THE YOUTHFUL MORALITY OF AN ENTIRE SCHOOL! JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. SPECIALS LARGE FLUFFY GLAZED DONUT HOLES SPECIAL 2 Doz. 63° Re 9 72 < German Apple or Cherry Coffee CAKE - SPECIAL 69* Re 9- 79 ' Save 10'| Pepsi Cola . ...i6-oz. a Pak $1.79 $2.19 99 FLOUR 25-Lbs. Without Coupon $4.69 Good only at Brenny's Market thru May 21 I coupon per family 12 Pak Schlitz 12 Pak Storz or Grain Belt Beer $1.79 16 Oz. Seven Up..s Chicken goes with baseball MMMMMHMB Visit the Colonel You can pick up Col. Sanders' Kentucky Fried Chicken,at: Hwy. 30 and Court St. Carrol! WHITE MOUNTAIN BISCUITS SPECIAL 46° Doz. Reg. 55< Save 9' Doz. SPECIAL FOR GRADUATION RECEPTIONS Sesame Cocktail Buns 56< Doz. Whole Wheat Pecan Bread 71 < Loaf Slim Party Rye 32< Loaf Buttered Garlic Bread 78< Loaf Sandwich Buns 51 < Doz. Pumpernickel Sliced 48< Loaf Assorted Bars 97< Doz. Chocolate mint, German chocolate, Chocolate fudge. Butterscotch, or Hawaiian pineapple bars. SPECIAL CAKES FOR GRADUATION Flat sheet cakes, round layer cakes, open bookcake. petits fours, mint patties, rose bud or decorated mint patties with rose bud.

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