Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 29, 1970 · Page 16
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 29, 1970
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Officers of Flower Club are Re-elected Officers of the Flower and Garden Club were re-elected for another year at the group's October meeting, held Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Rose Neppel's home. They include Mrs. Nellie Baumhover, presi- 4 Times Herald, Corrolf, fa. Thursday, Oct; 29, 1970 When You Know It's For Keeps —,_ REGISTERED _ Keepsake' DIAMOND RfNGS Keepsake guarantees perfection, trade-in value and protection against loss. You can pay more but you can't buy a finer diamond ring. dent; Mrs. Neppel, vice president and Mrs. Alma Piatt, secretary-treasurer. In response to roll call, the 12 members present offered suggestions for next year's programs. Mrs. Emma Kraus, Mrs. Walter Mohr and Mrs. Dora Baumhover volunteered to arrange the programs. Lesson leader was Mrs. Albert Janssen, who spoke con| cerning "Favorite Fall Flow| ers". She mentioned the tall ; Harrington pink aster as being | especially beautiful this year | against a white fence back; ground. She also called atten- | tion to the fact that the chicka- I dees and nuthatches have ar- j rived, noting that they some- I times are called "our garden ' clowns" because of their comi- i cal antics. I The hostess served dessert and coffee. The next meeting, i a week early because of Thanksgiving, will be on Nov. , 18 at the home of Mrs. Opal ' Jones. Brownie Leaders Meet . . . Mrs. Elsie Smith of Auburn, who presented a program on Brownies at the Gage- Win Neighborhood Girl Scout Leadership Workshop Wednesday at the First Methodist Church in Carroll, is shown at left, demonstrating a bank for "Brownie Gold" and other crafts to interested Carroll County Brownie leaders. Seated, from left: Mrs. Pauline Brauckman of Coon Rapids and Mrs. Margaret Mahon of Lake City; standing, Mrs. Bill Bowman of Coon Rapids and Mrs. George Smith of Carroll. SPECIAL Pair 'N Spare PIERCED EARRINGS While They Last "*",5 $R95 $15.9: LOEHR'S JEWELRY HONOR DAUGHTER TEMPLETON - Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ferneding entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of their daughter, Joni Ann, who made her first communion at Sacred Heart Church here. Guests were from Manning, Halbur, Carroll and Sioux City. Joining them in the afternoon were the Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens and the Rev. Robert Schimmer. SOYER'S ADDRES The following address has been received for Sp.4 Allen A. Soyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Soyer of Carroll, who is still in Vietnam following his detachment from the 199th Infantry: Sp.4 Allen A. Soyer; E 478642177; 91st Evac. Hospital; A.P.O. San Francisco, Calif., 96325. It is expected that the Carroll serviceman will remain in Vietnam until early February. 4 spurgeon's •i 4 • i Beauty Salon on our Fashion Floor Thursday, Oct. 29; Call 792-1656 Vows Said by Connie Hobbs, David Meyers Connie Lou Hobbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hobbs of Glidden, and David Paul Meyers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers of Carroll, were wed in a candlelight ceremony on Oct. 24 at the United Methodist Church in Glidden. The Rev. Dr. 0. E. Cooley performed the double ring ceremony at 7 p.m. A reception for 150 guests was held afterward in the Fireside Room of Tony's Restaurant in Carroll. Twin arrangements of white and bronze chrysanthemums and green carnations were used in the church setting. Organist was Lois Kidney; soloist, Jolene Bundt. Guests were ushered by Dick Heinrich and Tom Lewis. Attending the bride as matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Sam Boone of Omaha. Candy Hobbs, a cousin, and Margaret Main of Newton were bridesmaids; flower girl was the bridegroom's niece, Kimberly Werner. Best man was Rick Heisterkamp of Carroll. Groomsmen were the bridegroom's cousin Stan Daiker of Carroll and his brother in­ law, Dave Julich of Denison. Rings were carried by the bride's nephew, Kevin Obenland of Chicago. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She chose a white, floor-length gown in empire styling, trimmed with lace and pearls and featuring a sheer flowing train edged with scalloped lace. Her waist- length illusion veil was secured by a Juliet half-crown covered with lace and dotted with pearls. She carried a basquette of white miniature carnations and stephanotis florettes with green velvet accents. Personals St. Lawrence Bake Sale — Sunday, Nov. 1 — After all Masses. St. Lawrence Cafeteria. For pickups call: 792-2837 or 792-2393. Adv. Betty! You must see the new sales area at ''The Garden Of Gifts". They call it "The Cellar". It's unusual. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hannasch and their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hannasch, left Thursday morning for their homes in San Antonio, Tex., afer visiting in the Cai*- rol area for about five days. The Henry Hannasches were guests in the home of her sister, Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, and also visited another sister, Mrs. A. E. Odendahl, as well as other relatives. The Alvin Han­ nasches were houseguests of her mother, Mrs. Schultes, at Dedham. MOLLY did you know that the Garden of Gifts has those lovely African violets for sale, let's give Mable one. Janet. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Burmeister of Davenport are coming to spend the weekend with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. Roland B. Morrison. Mrs. Morrison has been a patient at St. Anthony Hospital and now is at home. 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. Forest green velvet dresses, also in floor-length, were worn by the bride's attendants and flower girl. Each carried a wicker basket filled with bronze pompons with green velvet ribbon loops and streamers. The bride graduated from Giidden-Raiston High School and attended Grandview College, Des Moines. Mr. Meyers, a Kuemper High School graduate, attended the University of Nebraska. After a week's trip to Wisconsin the couple will reside at 2804 Boston, Des Moines, where both are employed. Card Clubs Had Parties On Wednesday .. The F.O.B. CLUB was entertained at the country home of Irene Langmeier. Eight games of pinochle were played, with Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh winning high score prize; the hostess, traveling; and Mrs. Leo Wie- derien, low. Miss Langmeier used the Halloween theme ,in serving. On Nov. 23 the club will meet with Mrs. Elizabeth Nagl. Two mystery guests (or ghosts) were among those attending the CHIT CHAT Club's Halloween costume party Wednesday night at Mrs. Roger Kanne's home. They were Mrs. Ronald Hannasch and Mrs. William Kelly. At bridge, Mrs. Larry Baumhover won high score prize; Gayle Schleisman, second; and Mrs. Mary Brogan, low. On Nov. 11 the club will meet with Mrs. Ronald Riesberg. Out-of-town guests at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly euchre party at the elub- rooms were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hannasch of San Antonio, Tex. Four tables were in play. For the women, Mrs. Eleanor Heman won high prize and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, second. Men's high went to L. B. McFee; Mr. Hannasch and Vic Wernimont tied for second. Fr. Walding Is Speaker at Study Club The Rev. Eugene Walding, assistant pastor of St. Lawrence Church, was guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Little Flower Study Club Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. John Malett. His topic was "The Pentecostal Movement". . Mrs. Louis. E. Anderson, president, conducted the meeting preceding the program. For the inspirational reading, Mrs. Colette Bock read three poems from Helen Lowrie Marshall's book, "Moments of Awareness". She chose "Little Things", "Pattern of Life" and "Think on These Things". Mrs. James Furey spoke briefly on the workings of the Holy Spirit and kinds of prayer, and introduced the speaker. Fr. Walding began by" reading excerpts from the Bible as a spiritual background for the Pentecostal movement. He reported on the growth of the Pentecostal or Charismatic movement in the United States, a movement that tenatively has been approved by United States bishops. He described' the primary purpose of the movement as the building of a praising community of people of God, or the mystical body of Christ — praying to the Holy Spirit that His gifts and charisms mentioned in the 12th and 14th chapters of I Corinthians be operative in the church today. He recommended to the women for reading "The Cross and the Switch Blade" by David Wilkerson and "They Speak in Other Tongues" by John Sherrill. Sr. Mariquita, also a guest at the meeting, spoke of the work of a Pentecostal group at LaCrosse, Wis., who in connection with their prayer life have been working on drug and alcoholic problems. At the close of the program Mrs. Furey distributed reading material pertaining to the Pentecostal movement. Frances Grossman also attended! as a guest. The hostess served lunch during the social hour. The next meeting is set for Nov. 18 at Mrs. Edward Reardon's home. A "milk shed" is the area or region furnishing milk to a particular community. PER DAY PLUS NURSING CARE: * Room and board * Round the clock nurses available * Individual diet requirements * Personal laundry * Guest privileges (no charge for guests eating with residents) * Room TV and phone connections * Whirlpool bath * Between meal snacks * Color TV in lounge * Air-conditioning Cal! Our Administrator For An Appointment Phone 712-792-9231 In Carroll Manor's gleaming spotless kitchen, Mrs. Mary Bluml has the task of making those delicious homemade cookies, pies and bread, while Alva Snyder and Beth Cross prepare the rest of the meals. Carroll Manor's kitchen is the scene for daily prepared tasty meals by skilled cooks. Due consideration is always given to the likes and dislikes of our residents, but basic dietary requirements are of course followed explicitly when required by resident physicians. Head cook, Mrs. Rita Uupiper, was not available when picture was taken. Playing pinochle at Mrs. Oscar Heider's home in the afternoon were members of the H. G. CLUB and one other guest, . Mrs. Frank Herbers. Winners at one table were Mrs. B. A. Pille, high, and Mrs. T. J. Potthoff, second. At the other table, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin won high and the hostess, second. Mrs. Kerwin will be the next hostess, Nov. 11. Mrs. Lillian Reinhart entertained the G.T.O.B. CLUB at an afternoon bridge party in her home. Winning high prizes at the two tables were Mrs. George Hess, a guest, and Mrs. Clem Rehker. Mrs. Fred Wint- houser held the traveling prize. The next hostess, on Nov. 11, will be Mrs. Louis Drees. LOST SHOES ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — One day durfag the 1970 New Mexico Staite Fair over the public address system came this announcement: "Attention parents. Have your children lost their shoes? We have two pairs here at the office. Would you please come by and claim them?' Board Backs Drugs Program At the Carroll Kiwanis Club Board'meeting Wednesday evening at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant and Lounge, the board voted unanimously to support the program on Operation Drug Alert. In conjunction with a Kweens Night Tuesday, Nov: 17, the club will entertain a group of former drug users who have presented programs at Carroll County schools that day. This panel of former drug users are from the Riverview Release Center in Newton; the Women's Reformatory in Rockwell City; and the Mental Health Institute in Cherokee. Following the group dinner, a 5:45 p.m. program presented by these former users, will be open to the public. The panelists will answer all questions from the audience. This meeting will replace the club's regular Nov. 18 meeting. —Staff Photo Spurgeon's Employee... Marge Dewey, above, is on of the sales staff of the new Spurgeon's store just opened in Carroll. She works on the fashions floor. Her picture was inadvertently omitted Wednesday in the special section noting the opening of the new store. Calendar Thursday OES Past Matrons, 6:30 p .m., Joe's Executive Club Eight O'clock Club, 6:30 p.m., Mrs. W. J. Schmich L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Glenn Lockhart 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger Variety Club, Mrs. Darwin Teague Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Albert Nagl Friday— Golden Circle pinochle Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m Monday— Rainbow Girls Carroll LPN Unit Seven Tables Of Duplicate Seven tables were in play at the Wednesday night meeting of the Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge Club, at the Country Club. Winning pairs in the Howell games were as follows: Mrs. Ashton McCrary and Mrs. P. I. Colvig, Lake City* first; Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic, Carroll, second; Mrs. Eleanor McCarty of Coon Rapids and Jim. Reagan, Churdan, third; Mr. and Mrs. Romayne Huffman, Carroll, fourth; Mr. and Mrs. Lambert Thelen and Mrs. Mike Wittrock and Mrs. John Gnam, tie for fifth. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 NURSES TO ELECT The Carroll L.P.N. Unit will meet at 8 p.m. Nov. 2 at the home of Mrs. Eugene Haver mann, the unit president announced. The meeting will fea ture the election of officers Four members of the Carroll unit, Mrs. Rita Hogan, Miss Donna Wright, Mrs. Marie Schumacher of, Breda and Miss Roberta Tigges, are in Des Moines Thursday attending the L.P.N, workshop for respiratory diseases and burns. The work shop will continue through Fri day. Simone Signoret "AGAINST THE WIND" English saboteurs in wartime Europe parachute into occupied France to aid the resistance. Co-starring Robert Beatty. At 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke John Newell and Pete Taylor TV |KRNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL CARROLL WEfiJEK- CARROLL Shows 7 & 9 P.M. THURS. THRU SAT.! IT! HERO HE LEGEND 71CWMNER HE WESTERN AN ACTION-PACKED WHIRLWIND BIG ADVENTURE! THEIR RELATIONSHIP Irene Joliot-Curie was the daughter of Pierre and Marie Curie, winners of the 1903 Nobel Prize for their discovery of radium. With her husband, Frederic Joliot-Curie, Irene discovered radioactivity, for which they were awarded the 1935 Nobel Prize. 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