Clubs Centerville women will meet on Veteran's Day
The Centerville Women's Midday Connection invites the ladies of the community to join them Tuesday, Nov. 11 at noon at the Centerville American Legion, 921 Main Street.
As it is Veteran's Day, those of you who have a family member serving in active duty are invited to join that day as they honor the men and women who are serving our country. Let us never forget the cost of freedom we enjoy.
Chris Walker of Orange City, IA, will be the speaker. She has been a pilot for 15 years. You will enjoy her enthusiasm for life as she intertwines a story of eagles and airplanes and how they fit into her marriage. Courtney, her husband, will accompany her and will provide music.
The women are collecting recipes for cakes, cookies and bars as they continue their "Favorite Recipe Project." Please be a part of that by bringing your recipes that day.
Make reservations by calling Wilhelmina Jorgenson at 326-5562, MaryLou Thorson at 563-2678 or Lois Lounsbery at 763-5284 by Friday, Nov. 7.
Seniors enjoy cards, dominoes
Monday, Oct. 27, 13 pitch and eight bridge players spent the afternoon at the center. Bridge winners were Shirley Riehle, first, Lovella Matson, second; and Lola Christensen, low. Refreshments were furnished by Lovella Matson.
Of the drawings, door prize of $5 was received by Sig Nissen, and $2 prizes were given to Marilyn Siecke, Sarah Brown and Lola Christensen.
On Tuesday, Oct. 28 dominoes players gathered to try their luck, with Veryl Lawrensen, winning with low of 203 points; Marlene Amundsen had highest score of 412 each Dick Munkvold and Jayne Merrigan had 50 points in hand.
Of the second eight players of dominoes, Wendell Shouse had the highest score of 456 and Louie Fostvedt was the winner with 191 points.
On Wednesday, Oct. 29, 28 pitch and 21 bridge players spent the afternoon at the center. Bridge winners were Pat Berglund, first, Ernie Miller, second, Shirley Riehle, third; Robin Eisenmenger blind bogey; and Barb Kronaizl, low.
Coffee break refreshments were furnished by Peg Mollet, Fran Mollet, Marge Rasmussen and Leona Christopherson.
On Thursday, Oct. 30, two tables of domino players came down to play well wrapped up with the weather change. Of the table with five players, Nila Fostvedt won with 241 and Doris Schmidt had highest of 428 points.
The table of four dominoes players had Louie Fostvedt winning with 174 and Louise Ecklund had highest with 422 points.
Come join us for any of the days. No reservations are needed. If you don't know how to play, come down, watch and learn � then join!!