Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on July 10, 1974 · Page 4
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Many Given Help by Salvation Army Demand for Salvation Army KELLYS SHOE SALE THUNDERS ON 120 PAIRS FLATS SPORTS $5 130 PAIRS DRESS HEELS MEN'S ^ ^^ . WHITE 20% OFF SHOES WOMEN'S COBBIES SOCIALITES, RED CROSS 790 to ] 990 services in the Carroll area has increased. Approximately 50 to 60 people sought or were given aid this year by the Carroll Salvation Army compared to approximately 30 in past years. "It used to amount to depositing a couple hundred dollars in the account," Jerry Rolfes, local treasurer, said Wednesday. "It has grown in the past five years. People are more aware of the services, especially since the United Way fund." The total budget for 1974 was $340. Twenty per cent of the $1,700 United Way allocation was retained by the local chapter and 80 per cent passed to the national association. The local money was used to assist a variety of traveler needs and to help some local families. Most assistance has been given to travelers. Travelers contacting area police departments are referred to Rolfes for assistance. Rolfes described one family stranded in a snow storm requiring car repairs. Lodgings and repairs were supplied by the Salvation Army. Workers moving east often request gasoline to travel to the next city serviced by the Salvation Army, continuing until they are able to find work. Meals and temporary lodgings are other 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 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, July 10, 1974 Assistant Librarian . . . Mrs. Earl Berns has been appointed assistant librarian at the Carroll Public Library, Library Director Gordon S. Wade announced Wednesday. Mrs. Berns has been a member of the library staff for more than three years, serving as assistant in the adult department since 1971. She replaces Mrs. Richard Throckmorton who resigned on June 1,1974. needs that have been supplied by the Salvation Army. One Carroll family with a reading deficiency was supplied with funds to participate in a special school, Rolfes said. Other local needs include shoes, eye glasses and Christmas packages. Volunteers also supply family counseling as needed. All of the social services regularly administered by the Carroll Salvation Army are performed by unpaid volunteers. Founded in the London slums in 1865, with the primary purpose of leading persons to the church, the Salvation Army's help is available to all in need, without regard to religious persuasion. Last year in the United States Salvation Army Emergency Services served food to 1,282,555 people, gave lodgings to 4,050, provided furniture and clothing to 67,958 and supplied other services to 236,254 persons. Ball Game Nets $200 for Park ARCADIA — A total of $200 was received from donations and refreshments at the benefit ballgame held in Arcadia Sunday evening to raise funds for facilities at the Arcadia Park. The Arcadia Developmental Recreation Committee was the sponsor. Daniel Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orville Schroeder of Arcadia, has accepted a position at the Fisher Control Plant at Marshalltown. He graduated from Kuemper High School in 1972 and completed a 31-months course at Des Moines Area Community College where he received an associate in applied science degree in electronic technology. Card Clubs Entertained On Tuesday The DOUBLE FOUR Club met for bridge at the home of Mrs. Donald Danner. Mrs. Walter Seyller, an additional guest, received high score prize. Second high went to Mrs. James Mitchell and traveling, Mrs. Richard Hartzell. On Sept. 10 the club will meet with Mrs. Edwin Tigges. Mrs. Guy Jones was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the A. B. CLUB at her home. High scores were won by Mrs. W. H. Brown and Mrs. Roy Heuton. Mrs. John Schumacher will have the next party on July 23. Another group playing bridge in the afternoon was the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club. Mrs. Winifred Conley was hostess at the clubrooms. Winners were Mrs. Ernestine Sanders, Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen and Mrs. Laura Finegan. Mrs. Aurora Mungon will be hostess next week. Members of the F.F.F. CLUB played hearts at their evening party at Mrs. Marvin Lampe's home. Mrs. Myron Naber was a guest outside club membership. Mrs. Leon Masching was awarded high score prize. Second high went to Mrs. Alver Schmitz, who will entertain next on Aug. 13. Meeting in the evening at the home of Mrs. Ed Lenz were members of the FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club. At 500, Mrs. Lester Schleisman, Mrs. William J. Kanne, Mrs. George Otto and Mrs. Art Otto received prizes. The next party will be on Aug. 2 at Mrs. Lyle Schleisman's country home. Schelles Host Club Members AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schelle were hosts to the members of the G.N. Club at their home in Auburn Tuesday afternoon. Prizes at pinochle were awarded to Mrs. Catherine Reiling, Mrs. Ed Reiman, Mr. Schelle, Mrs. Emil Fetsch and Paul Kelly. Florence Ellerbroek will be the next hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family entertained Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and family of Omaha, Neb., on Sunday. Jon and Kathy Gorman of Fort Dodge, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Davis and Tanya and David Whaner of Austin, Minn., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman and family. BRENNY S MARKET WEST 3rd STREET - PRICES GOOD THRU TUESDAY, JULY 16 U.S.O.A. CHOICE CLUB STEAK $149 1 Lb. Morrell Frontier Sliced Bacon ... Homemade County Style Link Sausage.. Wilion All-Meat Sliced Bologna. Budget Buy Turkeys .Lb. u. 63< 79< 79< 49< .Lb. Fresh Peaches. .Lb. 39< PORK ROAST BOSTON BUTT $1 99 I Ground Beef 3-ibs. U.S.D.A. Choice Off Cook-Out Steak Lb. O*) Lean-Meaty ^ mm . Pork Steak Lb . <55 C Wilson Savory Franks a-ib. pk g . Prize of Iowa Butter Lb. CUP & SAVE COUPON WORTH 71 Downy A Fabric 2) Softener 96-Oz, $1.79 Without Coupon Good Only At Brenny's Market thru July 16 1 coupon per family with C ° U P°" Family Size Tide Milwaukee Best Beer \i Santa Rosa Plums I COUPON WORTH 88< ALL Concentrated 10-Lbs. $2.39 Without Coupon Good only at Brenny's Market thru July 16 1 coupon per family CatSUp ....32-Oi. Shurf'me Coffee ....2-ib. Hormel m Tf f\f Spam i2-oz. / V Instant t\t\ + Nestea ....3-oz. W^ Costello Frozen _r f*+^ Dessert ..v, Gai. OV Shurfresh Potato mm f*±^ Chips lo-oi. 4> V* Frozen lO-Oi. 3 for A f\f Strawberries.. OV 8Pakl6-Oz. ft fit Pepsi Cola W v Hershey Chocolate OOt Syrup 16-oz. -Lw Soflin Paper Towels ....Large To Wed ... Mr. and Mrs. George W. Marget Jr. of Sigourney announce the engagement of their daughter Amy to Ron Nimmer, son of Mrs. Orval Nimmer of Sigourney and the late Mr. Nimmer. Miss Marget is a 1968 graduate of Sigourney Community School and a student at St. Mary's of Notre Dame. Mr. Nimmer is a 1972 alumnus of the University of Iowa, and works for the U. S. Treasury Department in Chicago. Martha Circle Holds Meeting MANNING — Martha Circle of the Methodist Church met Friday at the Terrace Apartments with Clara Oakley and Laura Popp as hostesses. Twelve members and two guests, Jenny Sebring and Esther Simpson, were present. Norma Bjorkgren asked that members have an approximate number of tickets they would like at the Aug. 2 meeting which will be a 9:30 a.m. brunch at the home of Harriett Miller. The regular U.M.W. meeting will be at the church at 9 a.m.. on July 12 with a brunch and cooperative lesson. Wava Lorenzen gave the lesson on patriotism. Members of the Manning Garden Club attended a breakfast at the City Park on Tuesday. Breakfast was served by social group No. 2 consisting of Edna Halbur, Margaret Hinz, Minnie Jensen, Marcella Knaack, Cecil Nickum and Mildred Lyden. Roll call was answered by 16 members and one guest Adele Stoffers of Islip, N.Y., a house guest of Regilda Stribe. Roberta Goematt of Pella spent last Friday visiting at the George Peters home. Mrs. Larry Johnson of Chula Vista, Calif., and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Eich and sons Mickey and Marty of Las Vegas, Nev., spent last Friday Mrs. Lerssen Returns From South Dakota MANNING - Mrs. Malinda Lerssen arrived home by bus on Monday noon from Scotland, S.D., where she spent the past 10 days visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Lerssen also visited her 90-year-old aunt Mrs. Vena Davis at the nursing home at Tripp, S.D. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Zerwas and family of Orchard Lake, Mich., left for their home on Sunday after spending several days in the Alfred Spies home. My ra Rowedder of Bettendorf spent the weekend in the Glenn Rowedder home Mr. and Mrs. Ed Donaldson of Lincoln, Neb., were Thursday overnight guests of Mrs. Harry Petersen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hinz and Robert of Lakewood, Colo., arrived at the Ed Stuhr home on Sunday. July 4th dinner guests in the Albert Boock home in Omaha w,ere Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Genzen. Saturday evening visitors in the Herb Rowedder home were Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wailes of Boone. July 4th picnic dinner guest in the Herb Rowedder home was Emma Rowedder of Aspinwall. Family From Missouri Visit AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Drees and family of Cape Girardeau, Mo. came Tuesday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich and with relatives of Mr. Drees at Carroll. Scott Erickson of Omaha, Neb., spent last week in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family. Jerry Bean of Denver. Colo., and David Schulte of Wayne, Neb., spent Wednesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ora Schulte and Debbie. They came to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. Clara Schulte on Wednesday. Calenda r visiting with Mamie Eich. Class of 1949 Holds Reunion ARCADIA — The class of 1949 of the Arcadia High School held their 25th year reunion at the Derby in Carroll Saturday evening. Eight of the 11 with their husbands and wives attended. They were the Rev. and Mrs. Harvey Ehlers of Fullerton, Calif.; Mr. and Mrs. Tom (Helen Leiting) Higgins of Vail; Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Marian Leiting) Hanrahanof Denison; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Jahde of Adair; Mr. and Mrs. Don (LaDonna Lussman) Mohr, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Leroy (Norma Wolterman) Vonnahme; Mr. and Mrs. Bob (Wanda Wiebers) Erps and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Berg. JUNGS WEDNESDAY- Toastmistress open meeting, 8 p.m., IPS Lutheran Circles, Graham Park H. G. Club, Mrs. James McGrane Variety Club, Mrs. Gene Schieffer Grant Township Homemakers , E rna Langmeier Golden Circle euchre THURSDAY— Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., IPS Wa-tan-ye, Derby Pateo, Tony's STOP Club, 7 p.m., 408 W. 7th Street FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY- Golden Circle THE HOME OF GOOD TASTE WEEKEND SPECIALS LONG JOHNS or FRIED LUNCHEON BARS A favorite of young and old. SAVE SPECIAL 05 DOZ. Reg. TANGY FLAVORED SLICED RYE Ideal served with cheese, cold cuts and most delicious for Rubens. SPECIAL 44 C Loaf Reg. 52 C SAVE 8 C HOMEMADE LEMON PIE Cool refreshing dessert serves 8 portions. SPECIAL S | 23 Reg. 51 40 SAVE 17 C White or Whole Wheat Tea Rolls Take some on your outing. SPECIAL 42 C Reg. 48 C SAVE 6° JUNG'S LOW TEMP CABINET IS FILLED WITH HOT WEATHER DELICACIES TO TEMPT YOUR ] TASTE BUDS. ALSO DECORATED CAKES READY TO INSCRIBE ON THE SPUR OF A MOMENT. JUNG'S REFRIGERATOR CASE IS BURSTING WITH FRESH FRUIT, CUSTARD FILLED AND I WHIPPED CREAM ITEMS FOR YOUR DESSERT. Jung's will be happy to help you for that late summer or autumn wedding and remember the special discount on all bakery items including mints and nuts for your wedding reception and you can be sure your cake is made in a clean, sanitary kitchen that you can see while shopping in Jung's air conditioned sales room. t In Alaska . . . Mr. and Mrs. Gene Sullivan are residing at Eagle River, Alaska, following their marriage here June 19 at Holy Spirit Church. Mrs. Sullivan is the former Jayne Adkins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Adkins of Carroll. The groom, who is employed by Steffen and Sons, is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan, also of Carroll. ^^ \ Ace Club Has Annual Picnic ARCADIA — The Ace Club held their annual picnic dinner at the Arcadia Park shelter house Sunday. Present were 14 members and their families. During a short business session the club voted August as vacation month instead of a tour day. The September 19 meeting will be held at the home of the club president, Mrs. William Jentzen. A game presented by Mrs. Stanley Grundmeier was won by Evelyn Hoick. A social afternoon followed. FIVE MILE HOUSE DANCE Sat., July 13 Fezz Fritsche (Goose Town Band) Wedding Dance for Karen Wagner & Gary Odendahl July 11-13 THURS. - SAT. tf, CARROLL DRIVE-IN - - CARROLL DOUBLE FEATURE RATED -PG- Co-Hit "THE LEGEND OF BOGGIE CREEK SUN. - TUES. July 14-16 rhey gave their all for the team RATED SUPER CO-HIT STUDENT TEACHERS They live their fantasies on A the NOW PLAYING! THRU TUESDAY Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. at 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 BUTCH & THE KID m ARE BACK! Just for the fun of H! PAUL NEWMAN ROBERT REDFORD KATHARINE ROSS, 'BUTCH CASSIDY AND THE SUNDANCE KID' NOW PLAYING! TODAYS SATURDAY *Eves. at 7:30 & 9:30 P.M. Sun. at 1:30, 3:30 5:30, 7:30 9:30 ..,,:.. -\* S o The /.. \ , Ever Unleashed!! IN m mm IMHI MON., TUES. <gOB> Eves. 7:30 & 9:30 Sun. at 1:30, 3:30, 5:30, 7:30, 9:30~ CaMoer2 Many of his fellow officers consider him the most dangerous man alive- an honest cop. AL NOW PLAYING! Escape Is Everything! C0UyH Theatre ^"^ ^ LAKE CITY X'tt THRU TUES. . 7:00 9:00 P.M. mcQUEER f m * mm^-mm^m*, mm. mm. ^mf mm, mmjmmj mffmmj mm, PHPILLOn

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