Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1970 · Page 10
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Plan Coffee For Captains of Fund Drive The Carroll captains for thej Carroll County Association for Retarded Children's annual fund drive will be honored Thursday evening, Nov. 5, with a coffee - at Mac's Casino Cafe, beginning at 8 p.m. Hostesses for the coffee will be Mrs. John Hoffmann and Mrs. Virgil Baumhover, general chairmen, and Mrs. Gerald Promes, Carroll chairman. Carroll captains, who will receive their materials Thursday and be canvassing the residential area during the following week, are Mrs. Bill Tryon, 10 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct 31, 1970 MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Robert Mitchum "RAMPAGE" A trapper, a big game hunter and his mistress discover the real jungle is the tangle of their e ompetrtion with one another. In color. at 10 : 30 tonight following Craig Crummer, John Newell and Gary Vincent SUNDAY MOVIE James Fox "THE SERVANT" An ungentle "gentleman's gentleman" takes over master and mansion, aided by the mistress—whom they share. A British academy award- winning thriller! at 10:30 tonight lollowing Craig Crummer and Jim Van Dyke TV .;RNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL Mrs. Robert Quinn, Mrs. Paul Broioh, Mrs. Al Lehrter, Mrs. Donald Robertson, Mrs. Melvin Leiting, Mrs. Cy Hulsebus, Mrs. Lyle Dirkx, Mrs. John Hoffmann. Mrs. Paul Fasbender, Mrs. Rosina O'Tool, Mrs. Maurice Prenger, Mrs. Arthur A. Neu, Mrs. Frank Gach, Mrs. Cyril Schulte, Mrs. Algene Snyder, Mrs. William Thielen, Mrs. Max Bell, Mrs. Jack Stangl, Mrs. Clayton Woerdehoff, Mrs. Marvin Beyerink, Mrs. Eugene Wagner, Mrs. Donald Prior, Mrs. Don Korwes and Mrs. Edwin Staiert. Costume Party Held Friday Jim Tooley was host for a Halloween costume party Friday evening. Guests, greeted at the door by a "wicked witch", included fifth grade classmates Craig Osborn, Kevin Cross, Blain Topel, Philip Jones and Scott Abbe. Additional guests who also assisted Jim's mother, Mrs. Jewel Tooley, were Mr. and Mrs. Gary Heisel and Jim's grandmother, Mrs. J. R. Byerly. After a "spook house" trip the boys played games at the Tooley home and several prizes were awarded. Lunch was served in the dining room, where black witches accented the orange and white table decorations. 21 at Club's Weekly Party Twenty-one members attended the regular Friday afternoon pinochle party of the Golden Circle Club, at the clubrooms. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Frank Wegner, 'high; Elva Eike, second; Mrs. Ollie Schieffer, traveling; and Mrs. Nancy Hackett, tally. Mrs. Victor Wernimont and Louise Fasbender were hosts for the lunch that was served after eight games. • INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete selection that will please every Bride, yet the prices axe moderate. STONE'S HOW. 6th—Carroll At Home . . . Mr. and Mrs. Ken Loneman are at home at 1026% North Main Street, Carroll, after a week's wedding trip to southeastern states. They were married Oct. 17 at Maple River. Mrs. Loneman is the former Barbara Petersen. Golden Year Is Observed by Andersons (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - About 150 attended the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Anderson of Lake City, hosted by their children on Oct. 25 at the community building. The Rev. Jolm Holland gave the opening prayer; Mrs. A. M. Short read an appropriate poem and accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Darryll Johnson, who sang a solo. Denna Lewis had charge of the guest book. Renae Lewis poured coffee; Mrs. Vernon Main served punch. Grandchildren were waitresses. Mrs. Ralph Sharon, Mrs. Charlie Nelson, Mrs. Lawrence Magner, Mrs. Wilbur Pankey, Mrs. Hans Jensen and Mrs. Raymond Fank also assisted. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson were married here Oct. 30, 1920, and for a number of years they operated nursing homes in Lake City. They have six children: Mrs. Duaae Bass, Rockford. 111.; Mrs. Elgin Lewis Jr., LeRoy, Minn.; Mrs. Cecil Lewis, Lime Springs; Charles Anderson, Clinton; Delbert Anderson and Mrs. Donald Higgins, Lake City. There are 18 grandchildren and 7 great-grandchildren. Open House f- Art Greves (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE - The family of Mr. and Mrs. Art Greve invite friends and relatives to an open house in honor of their 45th wedding aniversary on Sunday, Nov. 1, at the Wall Lake Community Building. Hours of tlhe open house are one until four o'clock. C.D.A. MEETING TEMPLETON — Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, will meet in the church basement here on Thursday, Nov. 5. The meeting will be preceded by a mass, beginning at approximately 8 p.m. (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) ROBERT D. RAY Candidate for Reelection as Governor of Iowa ARTHUR A. NEU Candidate for State Senate Carroll, Crawford and Monona Counties DEAH WEST Candidate for State Representative for Carroll County and East Crawford County THE WINNING TEAM e Republican This ad sponsored and paid for by the Carroll County Republican Central Committee Golden Rainbc Carroll EugS A.C.B Hospita| a.m. Presby Coop<J STOP Farm! M.C.C. man Town Paul T.W.C. Golden H.N.H. nasch Spela K| der Q-3-Tu van Players man Delta D{ liss A. B. C! Commur Sandei CD/ Is A Court 6, Cathcl ca, will Wednesd A feat lowing i will be service J have die with pa charge. The p: ness me strafion ; other itt season, j old Ludx Carrol lunch rt Nov. 2-6: Mon., serole, O Brownie, Butter, J Tues., and B ; Whipped. Meat' Sli Wed., I Casserole Hot But Shortcake Thurs., Sandwich cinnamon Vegetable Fci., N" Salad, B Halves, TS Cookie B HEALTH: The sta Nursing 1 cial gues: new Cai Tuesday, j tour of ti ginning a! Bergquisfe services ; As many members Home as will att« rnents wi tions. Mr of Scran nurses at NFO TO J The mo: Carroll C< Monday, ] p.m. in th room in ( tended th lantic las' speech o Farm Bill President Early, wil members and the pi tend. o 22 RESIDl

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