Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 30, 1970 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, October 30, 1970
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Pinochle and Bridge Clubs are Entertained The HAPPY EIGHT Club met for pinochle Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Paul Wieland. Her guest in addition to members was Mrs. Eugene Wie- derin, who received a guest gift and also won high score prize. Low prize went to Mrs. Donald Nieland and draw, to Mrs. Orville Ludwig, who will have the next party Nov. 24. The dining table was decorated for Halloween. Mrs. Carolina Pudeni was a Thursday afternoon hostess, entertaining the H. H. CLUB at her home. Halloween decorations were featured. Mrs. Frank Herbers was winner of high score and high bid prizes and also will be the next hostess, Nov. 12. Second high prize was awarded to Mrs. Ed Miller and traveling, to Mrs. Peter Hausman. All members were present for the EIGHT O'CLOCK Club's dinner and bridge party at the 'Carroll Country Club, where Mrs. W. J. Schmich was hos- Tlmtt Herald, Carroll, la. Friday, Oct. 30, 1970 tess. A traditional Halloween theme was carried out. Score prizes were presented to Mrs. Josef Martin, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld, Mrs. A. R. Anneberg and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan. Mrs., Mrs. Paul Kozak. field repre Earl Thompson will be the next ; sentative of the Omaha Region Red Cross Blood Program Explained hostess, Nov. 12. | al Red Cross Blood Program was the guest speaker at a Mrs. Albert Nag! used a fall : luncheon meeting Thursday at theme in _ entertaining the St. Anthony Hospital for blood drive chairmen and other inter- POMPTAE SOMATEO Club at her home Thursday evening. Mrs, Daryl Winker was a guest ested persons from Carroll County. other than members. Winning! Mrs. Kozak discussed the prizes at the three bridge ta-; blood program, and eligibility bles were Mrs. Paul Murphy, i f or receiving free Red Cross Mrs. Omer Langenfeld and Mrs. j blood. Any resident of the re- Wilbur Walz. The club will meet | gi 0! , served by the Omaha Re- next with Mrs. Julius Kanne, j giona i R e d Cross Blood, which Nov. 12. Meeting for bridge at Mrs. Glenn Lockhart's home Thurs- J day night were L.P.B. CLUB members including Mrs. Bruce Fuller, who has joined the club.! s *e Lou Galetich, Democratic Persona CAPHOIL NOW THRU SATURDAY Shows at 7 & 9:15 JOHN WAYNE "CHISUM" SATURDAY & SUNDAY MATINEES ONLY! All Seats 75e Sat. 2 P.M. - Sun. 1:15 !-" MARK _ H i TWAIN'S The D .Adventures of Huckleberry S;i£J3'; !s _ STARTS SUNDAY! Sunday at 3:15, 5:30, 7:45 and 10 P.M. "**** Highest Rating!" —Ay. DHIyNiwt Paramount Picture* Pratants A Howard W. Keen •Alan Jay Lamar Protection Starring Barbra Streisand Yves Montand PnA You Can Baaad upon ihe Mutieal Play OnACtaarOayYouCanSaaForavar f>anaviiion' Teehnicoter' A Paramount Pic<un> "&-- M AOM AdmiOtd General Audwnott The party was in a Halloween setting. Mrs. Wayne Weeks received high score prize; Mrs. Fuller, second; and Mrs. Betty Lane, low. On Nov. 11 the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Jack Sanford. Mrs. Leonard Schechinger was hostess Thursday evening to members of the 2-4-T CLUB. Her home was decorated with jack-o-lanterns and other symbols of Halloween. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Arthur Pahl, high; Mrs. Thelma Meis- heid, second; and Mrs. Paul Schechinger, traveling. The Nov. 12 party will be at Mrs. Orville Reiman's. Another bridge group which met Thursday night was the VARIETY Club, at Mrs. Darwin Teague's home. Her dining table was appointed in the Halloween motif. Winning score prizes were Mrs. James Lloyd, high; Mrs. John Bennett, second; and Mrs. Merle Danner, low. Mrs. Bennett will entertain next, Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Thieleke of Des Moines, son and daughter-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thieleke, visited Wednesday with Mr. Thieleke, who underwent surgery that day at St. Anthony Hospital. Mrs. Mel Carper and Ray Cross, also of Des Moines, spent a few days here at the Thieleke home and also visited him at the hospital. candidate for Congress, Seventh District of Towa, on WOI-TV, Sunday, November 1, 2:30 p.m. Adv. MOLLY did you know that the Garden of Gifts has those lovely African violets for sale, let's give MaWe one. Janet. Adv. 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. HALLOWEEN CARDS STONE'S K. of C. Bldg. Carroll, Iowa 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. See Lou Galetich, Democratic candidate for Congress, Seventh District of Iowa, on WOI-TV. Sunday, November 1, 2:30 p.m. Adv. includes Carroll, Crawford, Audubon, Greene and C a 1 h o u n Counties, may receive the free blood, she said. Also, any person needing blood, who is hospitalized in a hospital in ihe Omaha region which receives its total blood supply through the program may receive free Red Cross blood. Mr*. Koxak suggested that anyone who needs blood, or knows someone who needs blood, contact their local blood chairman, or the County Blood Program Chairman, Howard Johnson of Carroll. The Carroll County quota for 1970-71 fiscal year Is 1,190 pints of blood collected. This quota is determined, Mrs. Kozak explained, by taking five per cent of the estimated county population. The quota varies from year to year. During discussion, the importance of first time donors was stressed by the County Chairman, Johnson. In Coon Rapids, they contact high school students who have just turned 18 for their blood drive each spring. Those attending included Mrs. Robert Saylor of Carroll, Miss Ruth Klug, Sr. M. Josara and Sr. M. Corona, all representing St. Anthony Hospital; Mrs. Jim Ulveling of Breda; Mrs. Allen D. Anneberg and Mrs. Richard Baumihover, both of Carroll; Mrs. Otto C. Kruse, Mrs. William P. Chandler Jr., Dr. W. P. C h a n d 1 e r and Mrs. Ray 0. —Vanderhelden Studio Photo Wed at Gildden ... Mr. and Mrs. David Paul Meyers are shown following their Oct. 24 wedding at the United Methodist Church in GNdden. They wilt reside in Des Moines after a trip to Wisconsin. Mrs. Meyers is the former Connie Lou Hobbs, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Hobbs of Glidden. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Paul Meyers, Carroll. Couple Wed In \Vheatland Church Rite WALL LAKE — The Wheat- and Presbyterian Church of 3reda was the setting for the >ct. 24 wedding of Barbara Linde, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jarold Linde of Wall Lake, and Reynold Weinbrandt of Fort Dodge. His parents are Mr. and Mrs. Don Weinbrandt of Carroll. The Rev. Roger Williams of- Pratt, all of M a n n i n g; Mrs. ficiated at the double ring cere- Dennis Brannan, Mrs. Richard! mony at 7:30 p.m., after which Middleton, Mrs. Henry Dorping- ~ i: — — 1 -- 1J ' " haus, Mrs. Wesley Thomas anc Mrs. Adelaide Carpenter, all of Couple Sets Wedding Date (Times Herald News Service) MANILLA — The engagement and forthcoming marriage of Carol Musfeldt to Orrin Bruhn is announced by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Musfeldt of Manilla. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. George Bruhn of Audubon. The ceremony will take place Nov. 15 at Zion Lutheran Church in Manning. Miss Tank Is Engaged (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Tank of Manning announce the engagement of their daughter, Gwen Marie, to John Detlefsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Max Detlefsen, also of Manning. The couple attends Iowa State University, Ames. No wedding date has been set. Coon Rapids. The towns of Ar cadia, Glidden and Templeton also support the county blooc program with blood drives, but bheir representatives were un able to aittend. Future dates for the bloodmo- Wle are Dec. 29 in Carroll; Jan 21 in Templeton; Jan. 22 in Arcadia; April 28 in Manning; April 29 in Coon Rapids; May 25 in Carroll and May 26 in Breda. Johnson expressed thanks to St. Anthony Hospital for providing facilities for this luncheon. DREES SAYS— MAGIC CHEE Has The Price and Range for You With The Features You Want fMAGIC CHEE To Marry . . . January 30 will be the wedding day of Tricia K. Reis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerdos F. Reis of Breda, and Gene C. Langel, son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Langel of Templeton. Miss Reis is employed at the Carroll Dental Clinic; her fiance farms near Templeton. a reception was held in the church parlors. Wedding marches and other selections were played by Mrs. Harry Hayunga, organist. Glenn Determan was vocal soloist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Her empire gown of white peau de soie was trimmed with bands of chantilly lace. She wore a Camelot cap of matching lace to hold her veil train which was outlined in lace to match her gown. Her bouquet featured a large white chrysanthemum surrounded with small white pompons. Mrs. Jon Farber, sister of the bride, was matron of honor and Elaine Weinbrandt, sister of the groom, was bridesmaid. Their frocks of bright lime green in polyester crepe were worn with matching bow headpieces. Each carried a large white mum with tufts of rose- colored ribbon and long rose showers. Renee Linde, sister of the bride, was flower girl. She wore a rose crepe dress and white organza headband and carried a nosegay of white carnations. Gail and Bette Linde, sisters of the bride, were candlelight- ers. Attending the bridegroom were Jerry Bryan, best man, and Allen Schurke, groomsman. Bruce Linde, brother of the bride, was ring bearer. Guests were ushered by Dennis Linde, David Clausen, and Tom Johnson. Mrs. Weinbrandt is a 1970 graduate of Wall Lake Community High School. The bridegroom received his discharge : rom the Army several months ago and has since been em- )loyed in Port Dodge, where they will make their home. Indians are Described in Clio Program American Indians in genera' and Indians in Iowa in particular were described to Clio Club member* Thursday by Mrs. Frank Beitor, whose program was entitled "The Art of Understanding Our American Indian". The clubwomen met in the Presbyterian Church under croft, with Mrs. W. L. Reitz, president, presiding. Two scrapbooks c o m p i 1 e d by Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, containing Clio program books from the year 189? to the present time, were displayed. In observance of Education Week, Mrs. Beitor, education chairman, spoke briefly con. c e r n i n g the adult education courses being offered by Iowa Community College and the Carroll Community Schools. Mrs. J. D. Moore, « club member and employee of the Carroll Public Library, displayed about 30 books and told briefly about each. Mrs. Louis Gnam gave the Federation news which dealt with art in general, and objects -of Indian art which could be purchased. Mrs. Beiter traced the history of the Indians, noting that they came from Asia 20,000 years ago, and told how they had divided into different groups. In discussing the communication of the Indians she said they spoke hi metaphors of nature, and commented that their mystic love of nature is reflected in their dress, dance, art and other aspect* of Indian life. She told of six tribes which had settled in Iowa and said that none are still here in large numbers e* c e p t the Mesqua- kies. The others were removed by the Government in 1848 and went to Oklahoma and Kansas. The Mesquakies are a combination of the Fox and Sauk tribes To illustrate her talk on the Mesquakies, Mrs. Beiter showed slides depicting the annual Tama Pow-Wow, the dress and dance of the Indians and the scenic area in which the reservation is located. She closed by reading a newspaper clipping which referred to the possibilities that Indian battl es may have been fought at Swan Lake and at Mt. Moses. She also displayed a number of Indian article. Drugs to be Studied By F.B. 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Golden Circle pinochle Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Mtnday- Rainbow Girls Carroll LPN Unit, 8 p.m., Mrs. Eugene Havermann A.C.B. Club, Mrs. Ed Fasbender Tuesday— Hospital Auxiliary Board, 9:30 a.m. Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. R. K. Cooper STOP Club, T p.m., Standard Farm Center M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Harry Grimsman Town and Country Club, Mrs. Paul Tigges A study on drugs was emphasized as the number one lesson Farm Bureau Women will be studying next year. This was announced at the Farm Bureau Women's Workshop Thursday at the Farm Bureau meeting room. Mrs. Berle Miller, district chairman, presented the lessons. Mrs. Lawrence Wittry, newly elected county chairman opened the workshop at 10 a.m. Mrs. John Bruns gave the meditation, "An Officer's Prayer." Mr*. Wittry stated that "An S.O.S. was received from the Hospital Ship Hope for adult pajamas." Farm Bureau Women from the state of Iowa expect to have 144 pairs completed by Dec. 1. More pajamas of all sizes will be sewed this coming year as a special project of the Farm Bureau Women, Mrs. Wittry said. Donated material from local stores has already been received. Farm Bureau women have set the date of Nov. 3, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Farm Bureau Building for cutting out the pajamas. They are asking anyone who is interested in this program to join them that day. Devotions before luncheon were read by Mrs. Adrian Halbur. Harold Bergman, regional manager, spoke to the women briefly in the afternoon. He mentioned the fine program the state Farm Bureau will lave this year at their annual meeting Nov. 17 in Des Moines. lark Mollenhoff, a well-known newspaper writer, will be the main speaker for the evening program. The North Door Singers will provide entertainment. Mr. Bergman also spoke on the health care program which will begin Nov. 6, and continue through Nov. 30 in Carroll County. Mrs. Wittry has been named general chairman of this program. New officers who will be in charge of lessons for 1971-72 are Mrs. Frank Zitzslperger and Mrs. Leo Hannasch, "Our Farm Bureau;" Mrs. Frank West and Mrs. Lloyd Freese, "Preserving the Foundation of Our Society;" Mrs. Otto Grundmeier and Mrs. John Bruns, "Maintaining Our Healthful Environment;" Mrs. Laverdos Onken, "Music and Recreation;" Mrs. Melvin Boell and Mrs. Dennis Haider, "Special County Projects;" and Mrs. Agnes Wiedemeyer as historian. EUCHRE PARTY DEDHAM — Mrs. Mayme Weitl entertained the Euchre Club in her home Tuesday evening. Mrs. Nettie Stangl won high; Mrs, Florence Seidl, second; and Mrs. Delia Irlbeck, low. I MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 STARLINE BALLROOM Special Teen Halloween Dance Sat., Oct. 31 8 Piece Rock from Kansas City The ODDESSY Tony Randall "BANG! BANG! YOU'RE DEAD!" A shy American in Morocco gets involved with o complicated spy ring, and Senta Berger, who's not at all hard to figure out. at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke John Newell and Pete Taylor 8 O'CLOCK MOVIE ROD STEIGER "THE PAWNBROKER" Geraldine Fitzgerald co-stars as the social worker whose love is not enough to resurrect the spirit of a miserable pawnbroker, embittered by Nazi imprisonment. TV • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL The Vogue wishes to take this opportunity to thank all the people who came and helped to make our Grand Opening such a marvelous success. It was far beyond our expectations. We are getting new merchandise every day, so come back to the Vogue in the new Thomas Plaza across south of the Chamber of Commerce Building and browse around in the store that is exclusive but not expensive. The Vogue Irene McDonald (Owner) GRAND OPENING PRIZE WINNERS 1st prize, $25.00 Dress Mrs. L. Bruch, R. 2, Carroll 2nd prize, $16.75 Dress Roie Hannasch, Carroll 3rd prize, $15.00 Dress Mrs. Clayton Broich, Carroll 4th prize, $9.00 Dress Nancy Hacket, Carroll

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