Car Clinic For Women Here May 29 A Car Clinic for Women, sponsored by the Extension Service, will be held Wednesday, May 29. from 7 to 9 p.m. in the shop area of Peters Motors, west on Highway 30, according to Mrs. Bonnie Schubert. Extension home economist. Dale Hull and Fred Roth, Extension agricultural engineers from Iowa State University, will talk about causes and cures of car troubles that often puzzle women drivers. Cars will be available to aid in the discussion. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, May 22, 1974 Mrs. Schubert invites all interested women to attend. There is no charge. Shower Given for Bride-elect A bridal shower honoring Sandy Bernholtz was given by Cindy Bernholtz and Mrs". Jerry Renze at the Lyle Bernholtz home. The group of about 15 participated in games. Lunch was served after the honoree opened her gifts. She will marry Tom Julich on June 1. 2 DAYS ONLY Moy 22 & 23 WEDNESDAY THURSDAY 7:00 & 9:00 FOR THOSE WHO SEEK THOSE WHO STREAK COME WITH US AND SNEAK A PEAK! STARTS FRIDAY May 24th Eve s. at 7:00 & 9:00 Son. Mat. 2:00 s a litt/e PALL ROBERT NEWMAN BEDFORD ROBERTSHAW A GEORGE ROY HILL FILM THE STING Sr. Sharon Schroeder To Profess Final Vows At Lansing WESTSIDE - Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder of Westside and the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration of La Crosse, Wis.. announce the Final Profession of their daughter and sister. Sr. Sharon Schroeder. Sr. Sharon will profess the vows of poverty, chastity and obedience in religious life on June 8. The celebration will take place within the context of the mass at Immaculate Conception Church at Lansing at 2 p.m. All friends are invited to celebrate the occasion with the Franciscan Sisters, the Schroeder family and the Lansing area community. Sr. Sharon graduated in 1965 from Kuemper High School. Carroll, and in 1970 from Viterbo College. La Crosse. She has spent the past four years in the Lansing area. During the first three years she taught mathematics at St. George High School and worked in parish service. The past year she extended her service as a religious educator in the Lansing area which includes five parishes: Lansing. New Albin. Harpers Ferry. Lycurgus and Wexford. SIX GRADUATE Six local students at Briar Cliff College. Sioux City, received bachelor degrees during commencement exercises on May 18. Kevin Michael Heinrichs of Halbur graduated cum laude, and Gaylin Raymond Ranniger of Manning, maxima cum laude. Both received bachelor of arts degrees. Mrs. Charles (Mary Kay) Thatcher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sander. Arcadia, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of arts degree. Joseph Lawrence Handles. Coon Rapids. Joseph Henry Schulte. Westside. and Elizabeth Joyce Schweers. Arcadia, earned bachelor of science degrees. JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE Thurs.-Fri.-Sat. SPECIALS SPECIAL FOR GRADUATION RECEPTIONS I Sesame Cocktail Buns 56 C Doz. ; Whole Wheat Pecan Bread 71 < Loaf Slim Party Rye 32' Loaf Buttered Garlic Bread 78 C Loaf Sandwich Buns 51 e 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. Make sure you have plenty of Jung's baked goods on hand for your Memorial Day cook-outs. HOMEMADE POTATO BREAD SPECIAL Save 8c on cluster of 3 loaves. CHOCOLATE FUDGE ECLAIRS SPECIAL 6 For $ 1 13 LARGE FLUFFY SUGAR DONUTS 89 C DOZ. FRESH PEANUT BUTTER WITH NO OIL ADDED Tub Made with dry roasted peanuts $ 112 More protein— less calories. I HOT GOODIES EVERY FRIDAY STARTING AT 1 1:30 a.m. Old fashioned cinnamon rolls, sticky butter buns, butter-flake-clover leaf and white mountain rolls, homemade bread, tub bread, butter Danish coffee cakes. A DECORATED CAKE IS READY FOR YOUR INSCRIPTION - GIVE JUNG'S A CALL. Mrs. Sexton Honored by Epsilon Chi Mrs. Terrence Sexton was honored as "Girl of the Year" by Epsilon Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority Tuesday night at a yard party hosted by Mrs. Patrick Miller and planned by the chapter's social committee. She was chosen by vote of the membership for her outstanding service to the chapter during the year. A pin was presented to her by Mrs. Gary Stark. In the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Earl Schiitz, the group completed the chapter "yardstick", an international rating system for all chapters. Officer and attendance awards also were presented. Special recognition was given Mrs. Robert Witowski for four years of perfect attendance and Mrs. Charles Van Hecke, three years. For the program. Mrs. Kenneth Grouse presented "The Printed Word in Your Life" and Mrs. Witowski and Mrs. Tom Kruse, "Make An Art of Living". Farewell gifts were given to Mrs. Van Hecke and Mrs. Paul Haaf, who are moving to Denison and Adair. respectively. This was the last regular meeting of the chapter until fall. An informal coffee is being planned for June. Couple Wed In Minnesota Connie Johnson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Johnson of Mabel, Minn., became the bride of Dean Erickson of Lanesboro, Minn., at Lanesboro on May 18. A former Carroll resident, the bride is a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schroeder of Carroll. The ceremony took place at a 2:30 p.m. nuptial mass in St. Patrick's Catholic Church and was followed by a reception at the Sons of Norway hall. Local relatives attending were the Schroeders. Mrs. Delores Batta. Mr. and Mrs. Rick Batta and Corey and Mrs. Anita Weitl of Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. David Hayes of Irwin. Personals— Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Schieffer went to Madrid Saturday to attend the graduation of their granddaughter, Karen Steinkamp, and a reception afterward at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Steinkamp. They also attended a farewell party for Steve Steinkamp. who left Monday morning for service in the Air Force. Heelan Grad . . . Mary Schrad, former Kuemper High School student, graduated May 19 at Heelan High School. Sioux City, receiving several awards. In basketball, she was team captain, named to the all-city team and received honorable mention to all-state team by the I.D.P.A. She was recipient of the Crusader of the Year award and received the athletic scholarship to Briar Cliff College. Miss Schrad also was on the honor roll. Newlyweds Are Honored Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Miller, who were married May 4. were honored at a reception for 75 guests Saturday at the Southside Park shelter house. Hosts were Mrs. Miller's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alois Reiff. The Millers are residing at the Meyer Mobile Home Park. Holy Spirit to Graduate 76 on Thursday A total of 76 eighth graders at Holy Spirit School will graduate during a mass and ceremony at 8 p.m. Thursday at Holy Spirit Church, according to Sr. Susan Till, principal. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Leo F. Lenz, V. F.. superintendent, will present the diplomas, assisted by the Rev. Bruce LeFebrve, following the mass. Graduating students have prepared special intentions and gifts for the mass, and the seventh grade choir will sing. IN WHO'S WHO Carol Ann Schreck. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck of Dedham, has been named to Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Miss Schreck is a senior at Saint Mary College. Leavenworth, Kan. Calendar Card Clubs Had Parties on Tuesday Mrs. Albert Reinhart entertained PLA-MOR Club at her home, with Carol Ahmann as an additional guest for the afternoon bridge party. High score prize was won by Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum and second. Mrs. John Porter. On June 4 the club will meet with Mrs. Edward Reardon. Pinochle was played at the afternoon party of the COMMUNITY Club, at the home of Mrs. Rudolph Nees. Winning prizes were the hostess, high; Mrs. Ed Miller, a guest, second: Mrs. William J. Kanne. tally: and Mrs. John Sanders, traveling. The next hostess will be Mrs. Peter Halbur. June 4. Mrs. Lester SchJeisman was hostess at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly bridge party at the clubrooms. Prizes were awarded at the close of the afternoon to Mrs. Ernestine Sanders. Mrs. Laura Finegan and Mrs. Frances Weitl. Hostess next Tuesday will be Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the HIGH BIDDERS Club. Mrs. Frank Lie we r was hostess at Tony's Restaurant. Bridge prizes were won by Mrs. Felix Langenfefd. Mrs. Ed Schroeder. Mrs. James Wieland and Mrs. Liewer. Mrs. Walter Millenacker will entertain next, June 4. Meeting for an evening of bridge at Mrs. Elmer Bedford's home were members of the H.N.H. CLUB and another guest. Mrs. Ronald Hannasch. Mrs. Bedford won high prize: Mrs. Donald Diers, second: and Mrs. Lon Diers. third. On June 4 the club will meet with Mrs. Lon Diers. Mrs. Elmer Heiman was hostess for the PLAYERS 8 Club's final bridge party of the season, entertaining members and two other guests. Mrs. Otto Bluml and Mrs. Gene Grethen. at her home. Mrs. Grethen. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan and Mrs. Bluml received score prizes. Mrs. Rex Krebs will have the opening party next fall. Mrs. James Short entertained the GAY NINE T'S at her home in the evening. Her guest other than members was Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse. The hostess won the high score bridge prize. Mrs. Gary Rutten and Mrs. Douglas Drees tied for second and low went to Mrs. Frank Comes. On June 18 the club will meet with Mrs. William Arts Jr. WEDNESDAY— Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Emma Kraus Toastmistress, Derby Golden Circle euchre G.T.O.B Club, Mrs. William Witte Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman CENTER , • Looking for a gift for that special bride? If she's used our bridal registry service, you can count on us to help you find just the right thing for her. If she hasn't, we can offer plenty of suggestions. Do stop in and see us. Carroll, Iowa THURSDAY— C.C.C. Club. Mrs. Dwight Fiscus STOP Club. 7 p.m. 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle Hospital Auxiliary orientation, 1:30 p.m., coffee shop To Graduate Deborah Wenck. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Wenck of Lidderdale, will receive a bachelor of science degree with a major in elementary education from Concordia College. Seward. Neb., at graduation exercises on May 25. Announce Engagement Dr. and Mrs. Josef R. Martin of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter, Jill Rachel, to Jack Eugene Petersen. son of Mr. and Mrs. Les Petersen of Des Moines. Miss Martin is a graduate of Northwest Missouri State University. Mr. Petersen. a graduate of Drake University, is employed by Peters Construction in Des Moines. HIGHEST AVERAGE Victoria Frans of Spencer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Victor S. Ford, Coon Rapids, led a group of six students who graduated summa cum laude during commencement May 19 at Buena Vista College, Storm Lake. Mrs. Frans is the first person to graduate from the college with an accumulative 4.00 grade point average, the highest possible, since 1965. Sandra Nelson of Sac City also graduated summa cum laude. Susan Galbraith of Lake View graduated magna cum laude. Auxilians to Decorate 455 Graves Plans for placing poppy wreaths and flags on the graves of members of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7, American Legion and Auxiliary at the local cemetery for Memorial Day were made at the Auxiliary's monthly meeting Tuesday night at the Legion hall: There are 455 graves to be decorated. Auxilians plan to march in the Memorial Day parade. The women discussed urging parade viewers to show respect for the American flag as it passes before them by placing hands over their hearts and removing hats. Jennifer Tacke and Jody Kokenge were named as flower girls to take part in the exercises at the cemetery. The meeting, conducted by Mrs. John Beyerink Jr., featured a memorial.service for five deceased members including Mrs. Ed Kruse, Mrs. John Ludwig, Mrs. F. P. Collison, Mrs. W. L. Kline and Mrs. Glenn Weeks. Assisting Mrs. Beyerink in the candlelight service were Mrs. Barry Jensen, chaplain, and Mrs. Ralph McCord, a past president. Poppy Days will be held in Carroll May 23 and 24. The Junior Auxiliary and a Girl Scout Troop will assist in the sales of small poppies. The unit is sending a canteen card to each of the five veterans at Marshalltown who made the poppies received here this year. The door prize was Jvon by- Mrs. Arnold Witt, doming events announced include the County Auxiliary meeting at Arcadia May 29; pillow cleaning here on June 11; Girls State at Cedar Falls June 9-15; and the unit's next meeting. June 18. TOGRADUATE Carol Ann Schreck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Schreck, Dedham, will receive a bachelor of science degree in elementary education from Saint Mary College, Leavenworth, Kan., during commencement exercises on Mav 26. , NEW OPENING HOURS OPEN Wed. & Friday till 9 P.M. 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