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Disposable Lighter Star Drug Agency 121 W. 5»h, Carroll, la More than 250 new books were added to the shelves of the Carroll Public Library during the month of June, it was announced Wednesday by Head Librarian Gordon S. Wade. New non-fiction in the adult section include the following titles: A Computer Perspective, ABC's of Computer Programming, Psychology of the Child, Genetic Diversity and Human Equality, The Animal in Man, You Can if You Think You can, The Abortion Controversy. Reach Out. The Numbers Game, The Big Change. The Politics of Environmental Concern. The Restoration of the Earth, Population Control. The Fractured Family. Young Til We Die, Winning Elections, The Logarithmic Century, Working, You and Your Pension, The 8-day Week, Sweatshops in the Sun, The Labor Wars. Fundamentals of Negotiating, Dollars and Sense, The International Money Game, The Dow-Jones Guide to Convertible Securities. How to Select Undervalued Stocks. Dow-Jones Guide to Commodities Trading, A Random Walk Down Wall Street, What We Save Now, The Use of Land, Flow East, The Last Play, The Energy Crisis, The American Food Scandal. A Giant in the Earth, The Case Against Pornography, Primer on the Law of Mergers, Damming the West, Captain Bligh and Mister Christian, Rehabilitation Practices With the Physically Disabled, Tender Loving Greed, The Western Peace Utticer, Watergate. The Secret War Against Dope, Frauds. Swindles, and Rackets, The Health Insurance Racket and How to Beat It. The Open Classroom Reader. Thinking Metric, Concerning Death, The Vision of Glory, Nature Atlas of America, Lost Discoveries. Pictorial Guide to the Planets, Mars. Friction. Chemical Principles, Geology Today, Continental Drift, The Seas in motion, The Gulf Stream, Clouds of the World, Wandering Lands and Animals, Humanly Possible. Tissue Culture, Readings in Genetics and Evolution, Life: the Unfinished Experiment, A Field Guide to Rocky Mountain Flowers. A Field Guide to Ferns, Master Builders of the Animal World. A Field Guide to Pacific Coast Shells, Sharks & Rays, Turtles of Northwestern U.S., A Field Guide to Mexican Birds, The World of the Wood Duck, Owls of the World, Work is Dangerous to Your Health, Alcohol and Health, Methadone Maintenance, A Book of Dreams, Your Brain and Nerves, Why Do Christians Break Down?, A Mingled Yarn, Cancer — the Misguided Cell, Chilton's Auto Repair Manual 1974 Edition, Fix Your Chevrolet, Fix Your Ford, Fix Your Volkwagen, Glenn's Complete Bicycle manual. The Russian Space Bluff, Grow Your Own Plants, The Flower World of Williamsburg, The New York Times Book of House Plants, The Indoor Water Gardener's How-to Handbook, Gardening Under Glass, First Catch Your Tiger, The Homestead Kitchen and Cellar, Ladies' Home Journal Family Diet Book, The Condominium buyer's Guide, Patterngrams: How to Copy Designs at Home, The Modern Guide to Skin Care and Beauty, Writing Letters That Sell, Job Power, Gimmicks Make Money in Retailing, Fairchild's Book of Window Display. Chemistry in the Environment, Handmade Houses, Pack-o-fun Craft Projects, Stained Glass Craft, American Crafts Guide, The Disney Films, Rodeo, the Suicide Circuit. The Complete Play production Handbook. The New York, City Ballet, Mad Ducks and Bears, The Stainless Steel Carrot, The Complete Motorcycle Nomad, Introduction to Sailing, The Experts' Book of the Shooting Sports. Black Poets of the U.S., Selected Poems of Langston Hughes, Men, Ships, & the Sea; The Philippines, American Century, Four Seasons North, Frozen Future, The Last Escape. The Horizon History of the British Empire, Dog Soldiers-Bear men—and Buffalo Women, Our Indian Wards, Alistair Cooke's America, Road Agents and Train Robbers, The Fortyniners, The Railroaders, Alexander Graham Bell and the Conquest of Solitude, Paine, The Waltz Kings, and Wellington, Pillar of State. New adult fiction titles added last month include: An Accident of Love, The Victorian Album, The Memory of Old Jack, The Vancouver Split. The Adventures of a Young Outlaw. Amigo, Amigo, The House at Sandalwood. The Innocent Party, The Bormann Brief, Flashman at the Charge, The Sunday Woman, Kolchak's Gold, The Three Persons Hunt, The Dreamers, Now Molly Knows. The Anatomy Lesson, Promise of Tomorrow, Where the Heart is, The Gift, The Green Air. Narrow Exit, The Suvarov Adventure. Incident at La Junta, Prior Betrothal. The Eighth Square, The Very Nearest Room, The Gates of Kunarja, Sadhu on the Mountain Peak, Bijou. The Bridge, The Wind at Morning. The Barrier, Leave it to Amanda, Oh! Where are Bloody Mary's Earrings?, Gower Street, The Christmas Mouse, One of the Raymonds, Stand Like Men, The Glass Cage, April's There, Forever Island, Mungo's Dream, The Elizabethan Garden, Songs My Mother Taught Me, The Cottage, The Heart Listens. Black Dougal, The Long Midnight, Albert's Victoria. The Widow of Windsor, The Beria Papers, and The Fighters. Times Herald, Carroll, la. M Wednesday, June 5, 1974 *T New adult mysteries, science fiction, and westerns include the following titles: American Gothic, A Bit of a Shunt up the River. Don't Go into the Woods Today. Slayride, The Case of the Calendar Girl, The Case of the Crooked Candle, The Case of the Daring Decoy, The Case of the Demure Defendant, The Case of the Duplicate Daughter, The Case of the Foot-loose Doll, The Case of the Fugitive Nurse, The Case of the Gilded Lily, The Case of the Mythical Monkeys, The Cas.e of the -Nervous Accomplice, Unbecoming Habits, Dance Hall of the Dead, Triple Mirror, The Turquoise Lament, Meet me at the Morgue, Mistresses of Mystery, Loop Hole. Dover Strikes Again, Double Double, The Scarlet Letters, The Lost Victim, A burial in Portugal, The Slaves of Heaven, Star Smashers of the Galaxy Rangers, The Swarm, The Hephaestus Plague, Beyond Control, and Terror in Eagle Basin. New phonograph records added to the collection in May are: Dear Folks Sorry I Haven't Written Lately — Roger Miller, Very Special Love Songs — Charlie Rich, Behind Closed Doors — Charlie Rich, and The Earl Scruggs Revue. To Marry . . . Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Adkins of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Jayne to Gene Sullivan, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan, also, of Carroll. A June 19 wedding is planned. CLASS REUNION The Carroll High School class of 1964 will hold its reunion this weekend. Saturday night there will be a banquet and program starting at 6:30 p.m. at the Elk's Club. A family picnic is planned for Sunday noon at the original shelter house at Swan Lake State Park. General chairmen of the reunion are Mrs. Dennis L. Anderson and Mrs. Gene Vincent. Card Clubs Had Parties On Tuesday The E.S.P. CLUB was entertained at the home of Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, whose co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg. At bridge, Mrs. John Boes won high score prize; Mrs. G. W. Harnack, second; and Mrs. Edward Fasbender, low. The club will meet next at Mrs. Kloppenburg's home, June 25. Mrs. Walter Millenacker was hostess for the bi-weekly bridge-luncheon of the HIGH BIDDERS Club at Tony's Restaurant. Guests other than members were Mary Millenacker of San Diego, Calif., and Mrs. Al Boss. Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. Boss, Mrs. Ed Schroeder and Mrs. L. B. Westendorf received prizes. The next hostess, on June 18. will be Mrs. James Wieland. Meeting for pinochle in the afternoon at Mrs. Peter Halbur's home were members of the COMMUNITY Club. Winners were Mrs. Ed Lenz, high; Mrs. B.L. Baumhover, second; Mrs. John Sanders, tally; and tHe hostess, tally. On June 18 the club will meet with Mrs. Louis Bueltel. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the PLA-MOR Club, at Mrs. Edward Reardon's home. Mrs. Ernestine Sanders was an additional guest. High score bridge prize was awarded to Mrs. Albert Reinhart and second, by Mrs. Vincent Collison. Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum will have the next party, June 18. Pinochle was played at the evening party of the JOLLYETTES Club at the home of Mrs. Roger Wernimont. Mrs. Donald Eifler won high score prize and Mrs. Larry Bunnell, low. The next party will be at Mrs. Gene Becker's home, June 25. Mrs. Lon Diers of Arcadia entertained the H.N.H. CLUB at her home, with Mrs. Dick Wuebker as an additional guest for the evening. At bridge, high score prize went to Mrs. Donald Diers, who will be hostess next on June 18. Mrs. Lon Diers kept second and third prize was won by Mrs. Elmer Bedford. The GOLDEN CIRCLE Club held its weekly bridge party Tuesday afternoon at the clubrooms. where hostess was Mrs. Lucille Schriner. Mrs. R.H. Luke. Mrs. Lester Schleisman and Mrs. Frances Weitl won prizes. Hostess next week will be Mrs. A.E. Odendahl. BRENNY S MARKET WEST 3rd STREET - PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY. JUNE 11 I SMOKED PICNICS Farmland Sausage i-ib. R O II Fresh Ground Beef 3-ibs. U.S.D.A. Choice Cook-Out Steak u>. Morrell Frontier Bacon ib. 59< 49< Shurfresh Ind. Sliced Cheese 12-01. Food King Frozen Corn or Peas 20-01. Milwaukee Best Beer 75< .12 Pak $189 Rich's Frozen £ m | Q Bread Dough 5 Pak * I New B Size White Potatoes 10-Lbs. YOUNG BUDGET BUY TURKEYS 49? Loin Pork Roast Lb . 69* U.S.D.A. Choice £ 1 Sirloin Steak lb . * I All Meat Sliced Bologna ib. Wilson Savory <t 1 Franks 2 -L bs * I Heinz Ketchup 32-oz. Kraft Thousand Island Dressing i6-oz. Welch's Grape Jelly 20-0*. Wagner Orange Drink 32-01 Hunt's 15-Oz. Fruit Cocktail 3 for iamond Stem & Pieces QQ wv Without Coupon 94< Good only at Brenny's Market thru June 11 1 coupon per family Jiamona arem a rieces ^^ f\ + ushrooms 4-oz. 2. V Dutch Tree! '/> Gal. Ice Cream Truckers Stop m 0^ . Bread 49< Prize of Iowa ^f f\ + Butter Lb. / V Shurfresh <fc •• on Coffee 2 .Lbs * 1 " Cucumbers or Green • f\t Peppers ....Each I U To Teach- Alan Lowell Niceswanger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Niceswanger of Carroll, will teach at St. Edward's School, Waterloo, this fall. He received a B.A. degree in history during commencement exercises at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, on May 26. DELAY LESSONS Swimming lessons for Westside-area children scheduled to start Monday, June 10, have been postponed and will not start until Monday, June 17, according to Walter Johnson, Westside, head of the swimming program. Johnson said a malfunction in the equipment at the Manning swimming pool caused the postponement. Mrs. Hamilton Hosts Guests AUBURN — Recent guests of Mrs. Ruby Hamilton and son, Leonard, were Mr. and Mrs. Merle Mikkleson, Mr. and Mrs. Clair O'Tool and Mrs. Jerry Dreeszen and family of Mason City, Mrs. Frances Sawyer of Clear Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Jones and Mrs. Lorna Koenck of Littleton, Colo. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Eccler and sons of Ogden were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs.C M.Bean. 4 Hostesses Entertain for Miss Kanne St;:--uii Kanne, daughter of Mrs. Julius Kanne, was complimented at a prenuptial shower at the country home of Mrs. Leo Hulsing Sunday. Co-hostesses were Mrs. Ralph Mclntire of Sac City, Mrs. Arthur Hulsing of Lake View and Mrs. Lyle Thelen of Carroll. Corsages in the bridal colors, lavender, lilac and white, were presented to Miss Kanne, her mother and grandmother, Mrs. Frank Tyrrell. Lunch and decorations on the quartet tables also carried out her colors. Court whist was played, with Mrs. Charles Keefe, Mrs. Henry Johnson, Mrs. Paul Murphy and Mrs. Kanne winning prizes. Out-of-town guests in the group of 32 were Mrs. George Mclntire of Sac City and Mrs. Louis Hendricks of Rockwell City. Miss Kanne will marry Thomas G. Rublein Saturday in the campus chapel of St. Mary of the Angels at Winona, Minn. Miss Irlmeier Complimented Mrs. Raymond Billmeier entertained 16 guests at a bridal shower in her home Tuesday night honoring Diane Irlmeier, who will marry Jerry Voge June 14 at Templeton. Miss Irlmeier was presented with a daisy corsage by her hostess. After gifts were opened, lunch was served from a table centered with blue and white checked flowers made by Mrs. Billmeier. The hostess was assisted by Mrs. Joe Irlmeier. Parents of the future bride and groom are Mr. and Mrs. Duane Irlmeier of Templeton and Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Voge of Manning. HEAR REPORT Mrs. Rita Hogan reported on an economic security workshop she attended in Omaha during the Carroll LPN Unit meeting Monday evening. The workshop was sponsored by the National Federation of Licensed Practical Nurses. Calendar WEDNESDAY— Catholic Daughters, 7 p.m. dinner, 8 p.m. meeting, KC hall Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY- Jaycee-Ettes, 8 p.m., court house Friends and Neighbors Club, noon potluck, Lake View STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle Personals— Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Collison were in Omaha Saturday to attend the wedding of Mary Davis and Thomas Baker at St. Cecelia's Cathedral. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Davis, former Carroll residents. The Rev. and Mrs. Ivan C. Bys of Osceola-, formerly of Carroll, visited friends here Tuesday. He is a former minister of First United Methodist Church. NOTICE During The Summer Months We Will Be Closed Saturday Afternoons LOEHR'S Jewelry Westgate Mall - Carroll JUNG'S THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE WEEKEND SPECIALS WHITE BUTTER CAKE PEANUT BARS frosted and covered with crushed peanuts $116 SPECIAL | REG.$1.38SAVE22<doz. FROSTED CINNAMON TWIRL BREAD SPECIAL 47 C LOAF REG. 56< SAVE 9< FRESH ORANGE COFFEE CAKE SPECIAL 69 C REGULAR 79< SAVE 1 0* FRENCH CRISP SESAME SEED ROLLS PACK OF 8 42 C REGULAR 52< SAVE 1 Q< | SHOP JUNG'S REFRIGERATED CASE AND FREEZER CABINET for special baked treats that must be treated with tender loving care. Jung's will be A GIFT FOR DADS THAT * Assorted Maytag cheeses * Homemade Almond Bark * Homemade flavor peanut butter * Assorted nuts fresh packed with flavor happy to select ARE HARD TO SHOP FOR * A special cake with an ornament of his choice of sport or sport shoes inscribed "No one can fill Dad's shoes" or cake shape of shirt and tie.
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