Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on June 12, 1974 · Page 4
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Convention Report Given AtP.E.O. Mrs. Robert Blincow, Chapter EB delegate to the state convention of the P.E.O. Sisterhood held at Ames June 5-7, gave her report to the chapter at a meeting Tuesday morning at the home of Mrs. Walter Anneberg. Miss Vogl To be Wed MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Felix Vogl of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter Doris of Council Bluffs to Wayne Sell of Silver City. A fall wedding is planned. Miss Vogl is employed al Edie Adam's Cul and Curl Salon. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Sell of Silver City, is a graduate of Norlhwesl Missouri Slate University. He has served wilh the U. S. Navy and now is engaged in farming. SURPRISE PARTY —Times Herald News Service MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Fred Irlbeck were honored at a surprise housewarming al Iheir home here Wednesday. Allending were Ihe LeRoy Irlbecks and Angle, the Raymond Irlbecks, Tom Irlbecks, Jerome Irlbecks, Bernard Irlbecks, Frank Irlmeiers, Mrs. Margaret Irlbeck, Jim and Eugene. A cooperative lunch was served lale in the evening. SUMMER STORE HOURS 9-5 Mon. to Thurs. 9 - 9 Friday 9-2 Saturday Times Herald, Carroll, la. .. Wednetday, June 12, 1974 4 Mrs. H. Rand Petersen of Harlan. addressed the convention on Friday, speaking on "Lifelong Education for a Productive Life". She is the former Mary Louise Anneberg, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Waller Anneberg. Mrs. Mary Bowen of Turpin, Okla., a guest from the supreme chapter, spoke several limes during Ihe parley, Mrs. Blincow said. Twenty-five members atlended Tuesday's meeling on Ihe sunporch of Ihe Anneberg home. Co-hosless was Mrs. William Goodwin. Mrs. Blincow poured coffee. The chapter will recess unlil fall. Card Clubs Had Parties On Tuesday * Mrs. Wayne Harrioll entertained the A.B. CLUB at her home. Guests other than members at the afternoon party were Mrs. Clarence Tryon of Glidden, Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus and Mrs. W. H. Brown. Five games of bridge were played, with Mrs. Hulsebus winning high and Mrs. R. J. Clark, second. Mrs. Roy Heulon will entertain next, June 26. Pitch was played at the F.F.F. CLUB'S evening party at the home of Mrs. Dennis Loew. Mrs. Tom Farrell was a special guest. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Alver Schmitz, high, and Mrs. Marvin Lampe, second. The July 9 party will be at Mrs. Lampe's home. Mrs. A. E. Odendahl was hostess at the Golden Circle clubrooms for the bridge group's weekly party. Score prize winners were Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mrs. R. H. Luke and Mrs. Laura Finegan. Hostess next week will be Mrs. Arnold Ludwig. Calendar WEDNESDAY- Naomi Circle, ALC, Graham Park St. Paul's Lutheran Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Roy Heulon; Mary and Marlha, church; Rulh, Mrs. Frank Beckman; Sarah, Mrs. Kennelh Beckman Granl Township Homemakers, Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer Golden Circle euchre TOPS Club, 7:15 p.m., hospital cafeteria Variety Club, Mrs. James Heinrichs H.G. Club, Mrs. Oscar Heider Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne i Community, * \\i JEWELRY ! WESTGATC MALL Cirroll Phon* 79? 7171 William Henry Harrison, at 68 the oldest President ever invested, was also the firsl lo die in office. The tragedy occurred a month after his inaguration. Bride-elect Is Honored —Times Herald News Service MANNING — Karen Dentlinger, who will marry Donald Landrie on July 13, was honored al a shower Sunday al Ihe home of her parenls, Mr. and Mrs. John Denllinger. Hoslesses were her sislers, Peggy Denllinger and Mrs. Robert Flower. Table decorations were in pink, yellow and mint green. Fifteen guests attended the courtesy. Games were played before gifts were opened and lunch was served. BOTTOM SNAPPING NEW YORK (AP) - A new phenomenon: bottom snapping . . . Is it a manufacturing process? Wall Street jargon? Or just possible an overly affectionate playful gesture? No, it is none of Ihe above. According lo Rand McNally's new Ouldoor Recrealion Guide, bollom snapping is a combinalion hobby and sport. A bottom snapper is an underwaler diver who devoles much of his lime on Ihe bollom lo laking photos — of. everything from coral formations to shipwrecks. The guide lists practical information on the best locations and facilities for a number of olher off-beat. Fred Reyes of the STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE Announces HEARING AID SERVICE So that we can better service our users, we will be available for Hearing Aid service the second Friday of every month starting Friday, June 14, 10 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at the City Hotel. This will be a continuous service for the Carroll and surrounding area. If you have difficulty hearing, we invite you to come in for a Free Hearing Test. (No Obligation). Better Product. . . Better Service Box 396 Phone 732-3775 STORM LAKE HEARING AID SERVICE THURSDAY— Wa-tan-ye Club, Derby Pateo Club, Tony's STOP Club, 408 W. 7th Street, 7p.m. FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— St. Anthony Alumnae Nurses banquet, 7 p.m., Elk's Club Golden Circle Personals- Mr, and Mrs. Leonard Sturm returned home Monday evening after a 14-day stay in the Los Angeles, Calif., area. He was a delegate to the United Auto Workers convention held in Los Angeles. At Arcadia, Calif., they visited her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Heinie Peters, formerly of this area; and Mr. and Mrs. Ed McCormick. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. Roger Peters and family at Placinta and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Peters at Corona. Mrs. McCormick. Roger and Robert Peters are Mrs. Sturm's niece and nephews. Their trip also included visiting Universal Studio in Hollywood, Balboa and the ocean area, and three days in Las Vegas, Nev. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Heeler and daughter Denise of Anchorage, Alaska, and Chris Heeler of Cincinnati, Ohio, arrived Tuesday night to spend len days wilh Mrs. Frank Tyrrell and Ihe Julius Kanne family. Rickers Family Holds Reunion WESTSIDE — The Rickers family reunion was held al Ihe Weslside Communily Building Sunday. Relatives allended from Omaha, Ames, Harlan, Carroll, and Weslside. Sunday evening guesls of Mr. and Mrs. Willis Petersen were Mr. and Mrs. Verle Petersen and Stacy of Omaha. Louis Rickers spent June 1-8 at Ihe Dean Preslon home in Nemaha. Mrs. Clayton Schoessler and family of Omaha were weekend guests in the Arthur Schoessler home. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Long from Cedar Rapids were Saturday evening visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Stark. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Maasen attended Lutheran Laymen Dislrict convention at the L. Y.C. Camp at Okoboji on Saturday and Sunday. Also in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. Phillip Wenzel, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Noelck. Mr. Phillip Wenzel was a delegate from the fellowship club from the Zion Lutheran Church in Arcadia. They also atlended the banquet Sunday evening. {^^•••I^B^H^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^" Carroll Wholesale Market Hwy. 71 North Prices Good thru Tues., June 18 The Store That Sets The Low Food Prices Every Day! People from 8 counties can't be wrong — THE PRICE IS RIGHT! Monday thru Thursday 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. — Saturday 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. 33< Curtiss Large Marsh ma I lows . ...16-01. Wagner A tit Orange Drink ....... 54-01. *rD Crisco Oil .......... 48-0, *1 65 Wizard M f + Charcoal Lighter .. .Q,. 45 Black Flag Flyded _ ^ Insect Spray ........ io-oz. 5V liquid Joy .................... 32-oz. _ For Clothe, All 320-Oz. Dream Whip ........ e-oz. Kraft Velvetta ............ 2 .ib,. Vlasic Hot Dog or Sweet Relish ...... io-oi. / V FREE 10 WINNERS OF 2 -'/2 GALLONS Shurfresh Ice Cream Just come in and register. No purchase necessary. LAST WEEK WINNERS OF 2-'/a GALS. OF SHURFRESH ICE CREAM Larry Loew, Maple River Harry Karsten, Breda Gary Venteieher, Arcadia David Freese, Westside Nancy Beck, Carroll Eugene Pudenz, Carroll David Best, Lake City Elmer Jurgens, Carroll George Cody, Jefferson Ken Foley, Carroll Milwaukee Best BEER 12pak . 10-lbs. $]29 New B Size White Potatoes Prize of Iowa ^W f\+ Butter Lb /"* Shurfresh t\f\ + Stick Oleo Lb 39* Rio Frozen Strawberries ..io-oz. 3 for Budget P.M. • m Q> Turkeys ....10 to 12 ibs. ib. ^IV Shurfine ^_ « . Sandwich Spread 32-oz. / 3 Elberta Peaches j9-oz. Cheerios is-oz. Swans Down Regular Cake Mix 3 pk g s. Food King Paper Plates 100 ct. Northern F* f + Toilet Tissue 4 roils *)*) CLIP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 30< Chipos 12-Oz. with coupon Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru Jun* 18 1 coupon per family CUP & SAVE m COUPON WORTH 49« Betty Crocker , SNACK ITEMS 2 for , Good only at Carroll Wholesale thru June 18 1 coupon per family with coupon CDA Model Gowns, Talk of Centennial TEMPLETON - Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America discussed the town celebration to be held July 31 during their last meeting of the season on Thursday. Mrs. Louis Rupiper reported on the Roselle centennial. Centennial dresses were modeled by Mrs. Rupiper, Mrs. Lawrence Behrens, Mrs. LeRoy Rupiper and Mrs. Melvin Sibbel. Members talked about the fancywork stand they will sponsor during Templeton's celebration. Mrs. Leon Fuchs and Mrs. Ed Siepker won attendance prizes. Lunch was served by Mrs. Duane Bueltel, chairman, and Mrs. Alvin Ferneding, co-chairman. The meeting was preceded by a rosary. The court will resume meetings with a potluck on Sept. 6. Pahls Call At Missouri Base WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Art Pahl returned Thursday from a two-week visit to Whiteman Air Force Base in Missouri. While there, they visited their son and daughter-in-law, M. Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur W. Pahl and family and attended Michael Pahl's graduation from Knobnaster High School. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Vosberg and Mrs. Alice Vosberg of Pocahontas and Marien Lauvern of Manson were Sunday guests in the Juhl Peterson home. Lori Peterson returned with Mr. and Mrs. Vosberg to spend a few days. Mrs. Fred Hoogestraat and Mary Goodrich of Hawarden and Mrs. Howard Gayer and family of Alton, were Saturday morning coffee guests in the home of Helena Petersen. Sylvia Wenzel attended the Youth Migration at Morningside College on Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Backhaus and family were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Custer of Council Bluffs for a picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. John Bilsteen of Des Moines were weekend visitors in the Ralph Bilsteen Sr. home. Sunday they all attended the 50th wedding anniversary for Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Bilsteen in Denison. Mrs. Schmitz Installed As New President DEDHAM — New officers of the DeWitt-Loustanau Unit No. 20, American Legion Auxiliary were installed at ceremonies conducted by Mrs. Alois A. Irlbeck, past president, Tuesday night at the Dedham Legion hall. The officers are Mrs. Don Schmitz, president; Mrs. Ben Wiskus, first vice president; Mrs. Louise Willenborg, second vice president; Mrs. Norbert Meiners, secretary; Mrs. Clarence Tunning, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Peter, chaplain; Mrs. Joseph Schreck, historian; Mrs. Alois Schreck, sergeant at arms; and Colette Wiskus, corresponding secretary. More plans were made for the fair projects. Members can leave articles at Louie's Store or Mrs. Mattilda Meiner's home. Volunteers for work should call Mrs. Don Schmitz. The history book of the past two years, prepared by Mrs. Tunning, was on display at the meeting. Mrs. Maurice Hoffman, outgoing president, reported on poppy day sales.and Memorial Day activities. She also expressed her appreciation to persons helping with the 25th anniversary celebration. Mrs. Joseph Tigges led the prayer, with a special remembrance for two recently deceased members, Mrs. Mattilda Thelen and Mrs. Jessie Theulen. Mrs. Eugene Kitt will be chairman of next month's committee, serving with Mrs. La Verne Sporrer, Mrs. Charles Wiskus, Mrs. Anna Tunning, Mrs. Paul Sporrer and Mrs. George Grossman. Mrs. Tunning won the door prize. Lunch was served at tables with garden flower centerpieces by Mrs. Alfred Peter, Mrs. Norbert Meiners, Mrs. John Werner Jr., Mrs. Richard Meiners, Mrs. Virgil Heithoff and Mrs. Russell Axman. Guild Has A Coffee for Newcomers St. Lawrence Ladies Guild held a coffee at Graham Park Tuesday morning for women who are newcomers to the parish. Officers were in charge of arrangements. It was announced that the Guild's card party is set for Wednesday, June 19, at 2 p.m. in Vender auditorium, and will be open to the public. Various card games will be played and dessert will be served. The St. Lawrence parish picnic is set for Sunday noon, June 30, at Graham Park shelter house. Plan Reunion — Mrs. Walter Tigges. models the blue cotton gym uniform that doubled as basketball uniform for the graduating class of St. Angela Academy in 1949. Mrs. Joe Tegels (right) and Mrs. Tigges, class officers have helped to plan the 25th anniversary observance. Thirty-two of the 44 graduating females have registered lo parlicipale in Ihe dinner and open house, Saturday. The social hour begins at 6:30 followed by an 8 p.m. dinner and 9 p.m. open house. Anyone interesled in meeling wilh Ihe graduates and their husbands, are invited lo the open house. All activities are to be held at the Carroll Elks Club, Saturday. June 15. Mrs. Von Glan Attends Synod Mrs. B. E. Von Glan attended Ihe business meeling of Ihe Sinad of. Lakes and Pariers Uniled Presbylerian Church al the campus of the Macalester College al St. Paul, Minn., Tuesday to Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Meier of Waverly were weekend visitors in the Louis Gehlsen home. Mrs. Larry Meier and Loni returned home with them CDA Court Has Picnic A large crowd attended the Tuesday evening polluck picnic of Courl St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, held al the Graham Park shelter house. Mrs. Vincenl Koenig and Mrs. Joe Twil were co-chairmen of the picnic commitlee. Tables were decorated with garden flowers. The resl of the evening was spent playing bingo under direclion of Ihe program chairmen, Mrs. Louis Grossman and Mrs. Julian Julich. The courl is now adjourned until Sept. 4, when Mrs. Larry Wess and Mrs. Robert Wieland will head the supper committee. Twenty pounds of chewing gum is scraped daily from the bottom of the 6,200 seals al New York City's Radio City Music Hall. • Desks • Chairs • Filing cabinets Check With Us STONE'S Hwy. }0 Downtown Carroll JUNG'S Taxicabs in Athens sometimes sport lace curtains, vases of flowers and icons. Is your cooktop nothing more than a panhandler? after spending the week in the parental Louis Gehlsen home. During the week Mrs. Larry Meier and Loni visited with grandmothers Pauline Gehlsen and Berta Genzen of Manning. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Al Dentlinger attended a surprise house warming in Carroll in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Staierl. After an evening of cards and visiting a carry-in lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettbarn were guests of their children for dinner Friday evening at the Jo Mart in Denison honoring them on their 29th wedding anniversary. Maude Canfield of Omaha was a weekend visitor in the Manuel Aschinger home. 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