Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 28, 1970 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 28, 1970
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Chapter Votes Contribution to PEO Building Chapter EB, P.E.O., Tuesday night voted to contribute $100.00 in memory of its deceased members to the P.E.O. Memorial Building in Des Moines. The group met at the home of Mrs. Vernon Juergens, whose co-hostess was Mrs. Robert Blincow. At the close of the business session, conducted by • Mrs. H. K. Richardson, president, a short service was held • in memory of Mrs. Elva Gotch, . who died recently at Mt. Pleasant. I Program for the evening was "Mini. Midi. Maxi", a discussion of fashions by Mrs. Robert Ware. She said 'that this fall \\omen can wear what they'. want, like a costume party, including clothing in peasant style or showing the Russian, Gypsy or Indian influence. The big hemline "cop-out" this year Js the pants suit; and there are many of these, she pointed out. Designers, store buyers and Social Calendar Time« HeroM, Corrott, !«. ! Wednesday, Oct. 28, 1970 Wednesday- Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. John Malett Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m.. Country Club Golden Circle euchre Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Roger Kanne UCT Council, Auxiliary, 8 p.m., Standard Farm Center Thursday Interfaith Bible Study, 9:30 a.m., Presbyterian Church Clio Club. Presbyterian Church customers are resorting to this rather than committing themselves as to hemline length. The majority of high fashion editors in magazines contend; that the long length is here to I stay, Mrs. Ware noted. She said ; that the power and brains be-1 hind the big push for the midi j is John Fairchild, owner and \ editor of "Women's Wear; Daily'', considered to be the! most powerful and influential j fashion publication in the United States, which few designers Eight O'clock Club. 6:30 p.m..! Mrs. W. J. Schmich j L.P.B. Club. Mrs. Glenn Lockhart H. II. Club, Mrs. Caroline Pu- j denz 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Leonard Schechinger Variety Club, Mrs. Darwin Teague Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Albert Nagl Friday— S Golden Circle pinochle IN OUR' Some pumpkins — you'll find all shapes and sizeson our Hallmark Halloween cards and party sets. Come in and take your pick of fun things to haunt your Halloween festivities. STONE' K. of C. Bldg. — Carroll, Iowa | have courage to buck. "How| ever, we as buyers have the i final vote; whether we buy or do not buy is the deciding factor," Mrs. Ware stated. The Wall Street Journal quotes retailers as saying the midi is dead because people are not buying it; the Gallup Poll says people do not want it. Mrs. Ware quoted opinions of two local clothing merchants, William D. Keith and James D. Waters, concerning the fate of the midi. Mrs. Ware offered suggestions of what to wear with the midi to achieve a fashionable total look, such as boots, color- matched hosiery and shoes, chokers and scarves. The length may be varied from just below the knee to mid-calf, and a "little waist is a must", she noted. In closing, three chapter members modeled clothing they had worn to illustrate the three types. Mrs. Blincow appeared in a mini, with boots; Mrs. Juergens chose a midi leather dress from Spain; a wraparound maxi skirt was chosen by Mrs. Arthur A. Neu. The hostesses served refreshments from a table centered with an arrangement of mixed flowers. Mrs. Richardson poured. The chapter will note its 60th anniversary at its Nov. 10 meeting, with the social committee in charge. SORORITY PICNIC Members of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha ; sorority, with husbands as guests, had a potluck picnic and weiner roast at a Swan Lake shelter house Tuesday night. The chapter's next meeting will be Nov. 10 at the home of Mrs. E. E. Hobermann. Women Entertain Their Card Clubs To Be Bride . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lester Knute of Glidden announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Diane to Jay Krogh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Krogh of Carroll. A December wedding is being planned at Peace Lutheran Church, Glidden. ^^"•^""^^^^•^^•••^•••^•^^^•^•••••^•••B TfuwkYwi/ We at Witt's are thankful for a wonderful year and want to show you, our customers, our appreciation with some well chosen super specials. Supplies limited. Yule Craft Is Shown at STOP Club A special feature of the weekly meeting of the Carroll STOP Club meeting Tuesday night at the Standard Farm Service Center was a program by Mrs. Donald Tjaden of Lake View, who displayed and demonstrated the construction of many Christmas items she has made. Included in her display also were a few Halloween decorations, such as a square box jack-o-lantern; and several for Thanksgiving, including pine cone turkeys. Prior to the program, the club had its regular weigh-in and meeting. Three of the 23 members had kept their same weight as the week before; six others gained a total of 11 pounds and 14 lost a total of 25 \i> pounds. The weekly "queen" had lost three pounds, while the "pig" had gained three. Women from Coon Rapids were guests ifor the evening. A door prize was awarded. The A.B.C. CLUB meeting I Tuesday night at Mrs. William i C. Frank's home was in the form of a Halloween hard-times costume party. At bridge, Mrs Frank was winner of the high score prize and Mrs. Lorraine Rasmussen, second. Mrs. Dean Fredrickson will next, Nov. 10. Three tables of bridge were COME IN—SHARE IN THE SAVINGS!—For Gifts, For Christmas, or just for You! 7-Piece Set EKCO COOKWARE Telton Skillet, 1 qt. & 2 yt. Sauce Pan and 5 qt. Dutch Oven Pimiento color only. Reg. $24.95 Only $1488 50-Piece Set Stainless Steel TABLEWARE Service for 8. "Misty Leaves" pattern. $34.95 Value PLUS FREE HOSTESS SET Only 24-Piece Set HOSTESS GLASSWARE Eight of each in three sizes. Silver rim. Reg. $7.95 Only S6.66 Porcelain Enamel FONDUE SET Avocado—complete with forks.. Reg. $9.95 Only S4.99 Texasware BEVERAGE TUMBLERS Set of 8. Amber or green. KEY CLUB HEAD Stephen F. Kolzak, a member! of the Key Club of Fort Hunt High School, Alexandria, Va., recently began his term of office as president of Key Club International. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Kolzak. Key Club International is a high school boys' service organization sponsored by the Kiwanis International. It performs the same type of service work in the school community that Kiwanis performs in the adult world. There are 3,600 Key Clubs with about 90,000 members. Kuemper High School has a Key Club sponsored by the C a r r o 11 Kiwanis Club, headed by William D. Kurth. State CDA Workshop to Be Held Here Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, will sponsor a state workshop here on Sunday, Nov. 8. It will be held in the St. Lawrence Vender auditorium, starting at 1 p.m. Registration will begin at 12:30. State Regent Jessie Maley of Waterloo will conduct the workshop, assisted by the following state officers: Anna Storr, Pocahontas, secretary; Mrs. Margaret Kuhl, Fonda, treasurer; Marcella Fandel, Whittemore, monitor; and Mrs. Byron Devaney of Dubuque, vice regent. "At the Carroll workshop, women of the area will have the chance to study, under guidance of the state workshop team, the way to get personally involved in the important issues of our day, especially in the fields of religion, service to our fellow men and civic responsibility," Miss Maley said. The workshop will be built around the seven goals of the organization. Among those to be studied will be leadership training, service to the handicapped, active participation in public affairs, women's fight for decency, war against pornography, and mission activities. Miss Maley has appointed Mrs. John Vanderheiden of Carroll to the committee on fostering vocations and Mrs. Richard Baumhover, also of Carroll, to the family life apostolate committee. Isabel G o a 1 e y of Des Moines is legislation committeewoman. The state regent has announced the statewide "Christmas-in-Fall" food sale, the proceeds of which will go toward the Bishops of Iowa Charity fund for the poor and needy. Reg. $3.98 Only S1.99 SAVINGS BOND REPORT Robert A. Wright, Carroll, volunteer county savings bonds chairman, reported that sales of Series E and H savings bonds during September amounted to $54,523. This gives Carroll County a nine-month total of $431,801 for 59 per cent of its 1970 quota. Sales in all of Iowa amounted to $5,192,521, and increase of almost $200,000 over the same period last year. This gives the state a nine-month total of $56,362.929 for 77 per cent of its 1970 goal. WETSIDE - Ensign Suzanne Malloy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Malloy of Westside, arrived home Oct. 9 after completing six weeks of basic training at Newport, R.I. Ensign Malloy and Mrs. Malloy left Sunday for Oak land, Calif., where Mrs. Malloy plans to visit her sister and brolher-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Bellinghausen, for about ten days. Ensign Malloy reported to Oaknoll Naval Hospital, where she will be stationed, on Oct. 23. in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE clubrooms, where Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen was hostess for the afternoon. Score prizes went to Mrs. Pete Jensen, Mrs. Herschel Tryon and Mrs. Mabel King. Mrs. Aurora Mungon will be hostess next be hostess Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Paseoe was a courtesy hostess at her home Tuesday afternoon, entertaining the ENTRE NOUS Club and three other guests at three tables of bridge. Guests were Mrs. W. H. Rust, Mrs. Clark Peters and Mrs. Robert Ware. Mrs. Louis H. Anderson and Mrs. W. L. McConkie received score prizes for the club; Mrs. Ware won high for guests. A Halloween motif was featured. On Nov. 10 the club will meet with Mrs. W. H. Brown. A Halloween theme was carried out at the DEALERS 9 Club party at Mrs. Bernard Haver- tnann's home. Bridge prizes [or the evening were awarded to Mrs. Loren Renze, high, and Mrs. Larry Hansman, low. The club will meet next with Mrs. Gene HeithoEf, Nov. 17. All members were present when Mrs. Michael Flynn enter- ;ained the E.S.P. CLUB at her home Tuesday night. Bridge wize winners were Mrs. Robert Stebbins, high, and Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, low. Party decora- ions were in keeping with the Halloween season. Mrs. Merl 'ruett will be the next hostess, \ T ov. 12. Meeting for bridge Tuesday night at Mrs. Anthony Stalzer's iome were members of the HONORETTES Club and one other guest, Mrs. Maurice B. Nurse, who won high score prize. Mrs. David McHugh won second; Mrs. Paul Minnehan, ow. Party decorations were n the Halloween theme. Mrs. eorge Volk will entertain next, Mov. 24. Mrs. L. R. Chapman was an afternoon hostess, entertaining he PLA-MOR Club at her iome. Guests other than rnem- >ers were Mrs. H. R. Smith and Carol Ahmann. Score prizes or the bridge games were presented to Mrs. Vincent Collison, high, and Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, second. Mrs. Juergens will have the Nov. 10 party. Mrs. Ed Schroeder used Halloween decorations when she entertained the J.L.C. CLUB at her home Tuesday night. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. Frank Liewer; other prizes to Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Mrs. Otto Bluml and Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler. The club will meet next at Mrs. Delbert Montgomery's, Nov. 10. Meeting for bridge Tuesday evening at Mrs. Darrell Sunderman's home were B.F.F. CLUB members and one other guest, Mrs. James DeBower. Mrs. Patrick Lehman and Mrs. Wayne Weeks tied for high score; Mrs. Bruce Fuller received the traveling prize. Mrs. Weeks will have the next party on Nov. 10. REBEKAHSMEET j Central Rebekah Lodge No. i 191 held its regular meeting Monday night at the I.O.O.F. Hall. Presiding in place of Mrs. Ralph Dunn, noble grand, was Mrs. Harry Kunecke, who also served lunch afterward. Mrs. Dunn was in Coon Rapids to give her Rebekah Assembly report. The Carroll lodge is invited to Coon Rapids on Nov. 9. Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bernard Hulsing of Route 2, Glidden, announce the engagement of their daughter, Pamela Ann, to Michael Eugene Nelsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norman William Nelseh of Audubon. No wedding date has been set. Personals Betty! You must see the new sales area at "The Garden Of Gifts". They call it "The Cellar". It's unusual. Adv. Visit the new sales area at "The Garden of Gifts". "The Cellar" and "The Merry Christmas Shop" are now open. Adv. Mary! Have you seen "The Cellar" at "The Garden of Gifts"? It's a must! Hazel. Adv. St. Lawrence Bake Sale — Sunday, Nov. 1 — After all Masses. St. Lawrence Cafeteria. For pickups call: 792-2837 or 792-2393. Adv. HONORED AT DINNER LAKE CITY — Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schumacher, Lake City, gave a dinner Sunday honoring their daughter Kim, who made her first communion at the 9 a.m. mass at St. Mary's Church in Auburn. Present besides Kim's brothers and sister were more than 20 guests from this area. Demonstrate Audio Visual Equipment About 200 parents attended the Tuesday evening meeting of St. Lawrence School and Home, which featured a demonstration of new audio visual equipment purchased with funds received from Bill 1293. : Mrs. Frank Reibold, librarian, with the help of second grade students demonstrated a view- light projector. With the help of fourth grade students, she showed a film strip and record player combination. Lee Vial, junior high instructor, and eighth grade history students demonstrated an overhead projector. Bill 1293 provides aid for non-public schools to be used for purchasing audio visual equipment and material. Jerry Rolfes, president, conducted the meeting, and introduced the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff. Msgr. Karhoff announced that St. Lawrence Parish had about 900 students in grade school and Kuemper High School. He introduced Sr. Mary Myron Stork, principal, teachers and other school personnel. ' Sr. Mary Myron announced that two fire poster winners from St. Lawrence would be going to the state competition. They are David Siepker, third grade, and Roxanne Kennebeck, sixth grade. Dr. Norman Schulz, St. Lawrence School Board president, introduced the new school board members elected by the parishioners Sunday, Mrs. Virgil Baumhover and Ed Murphy. Following the meeting, cookies and coffee were served by the sixth grade mothers, with Mrs. Bob Kloser as chairman. See our complete selection of fresh, deliciotm ftuME&L Stove*, CANDIES In Carroll at LOUIE'S NEWS STAND spurgeons Beauty Salon on our Fashion Floor Opens Thursday, Oct. 29 Call 792-1656 Diane Heese Pat Dominisse for Appointments Walk-ins Also Welcome ELLERBROEK'S SHOES Wearever 10' GOURMET SKILLET With extra heavy Teflon II. Made to sell for $6.95 While They Last Only $199 Waring ELECTRIC CAN OPENER With push button ejector for easy cleaning. White, green, gold, or flame While They Last Only Save $5 on Each Pair of Shoes You Purchase Now During Ellerbroek's Shoes $777 Bluf Enamel ROASTER 1 8 Ib. roast size. Reg. $2.98 S1.99 "•• "•" COUPON SPECIAL —• HANDY FOLEY I CANISTER SCOOP I Set of 4 Reg. 98c with this " coupon I Witt I Coupon Good at Witt's thru Oct. 31, 1970 I MANY OTHER ITEMS AT SPECIAL THANK YOU PRICES Co. • Sport Shoes • Dress Shoes • Pant Shoes Fun Shoes (Sorry—Boots, dyeobles and canvas thoe* not included) REMOVAL SALE We'll soon be moving into our new store on the Westgate Mill. Wo must reduce our Inventory before wo move, so wo •re offering $5 off on etch pair of shoos you purchase now during our gigantic Romoval Salo. Thost shoos are all the very latest styles, guaranteed to please every fashion conscious woman in the Carrolland area. Shop Ellerbroek's Shoes for this once in a lifetime oppor- tunlty to buy the very latest styles at sale prices — right during the fall fashion season. ELLERBROEK'S SHOES D O L L ELLERBROEK'S SHOES

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