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, Times Herald, Carroll, la. Saturday, Oct. 31, 1970 Plan Coffee 110 For Captains Mrs. Robert Quinn, Mrs. Paul r f- i pv •. Broich, Mrs. Al Lehrter, Mrs. OT rUna UriVe Donald Robertson, Mrs. Mel „ „ , a. vin Leiting, Mrs. Cy Hulsebus The Carroll captains for the^ Mrs Lyle Dirkx> Mrs> John 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 c ompetirion with one another. In color. at 10 : 30 tonight following Craig Crummer, John Newell and Gary Vincent SUNDAY MOVIE 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 StangI, 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. OHie Schieffer, traveling; and Mrs. Nancy Hackett, tally. Mrs. Victor Wernimont and Louise Fasbender were hosts for the lunch that was served after eight games. 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. 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 iol lowing Craig Crummer and Jim Van Dyke TV .;RNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL • INVITATIONS * NAPKINS, BOOKS * THANK YOU NOTES A complete selection that will please every Bride, yet the prices are moderate. STONE'S 110 W. 6th— Carroll 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, hasted by their children on Oct. 25 at the community building. The Rev. John Holland gave the opening prayer; Mrs. A. M. Short read an appropriate poem and accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Darryll Johnson, who sang a solo. Derma 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. Duane 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 for 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 Hhe open house are one until four o'clock. CD.A. MEETING TEMFLETON - Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Caitiholic 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. Calendar Saturday— Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Monday- 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, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Harry Grimsman Town and Country Club, Mrs. Paul Tigges T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Lyle Tenold Golden Circle Bridge H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dale Hannasch Spela Kort Club, Mrs. Paul Snyder Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Daniel Sullivan Players 8 Club, Mrs. Elmer Heiman Delta Dek Club, Mrs. J. H. Bayliss A. B. Club, Mrs. Wayne Harriott Community Club, Mrs. John Sanders CDA Program Is Announced Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, will meet at the K.C. hall Wednesday night, Nov. 4. A feature of the meeting following a seven o'clock supper will be the annual memorial service for court members who have died during the past year, with past grand regents in charge. The program after the business meeting will be a demonstration of centerpieces and other items for the Christmas season, presented by Mrs. Arnold Ludwig of Lidderdale. Iowa Book Shelf (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 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 School Menus Carroll Community School hot lunch menu tor the week of Nov. 2-6 follows: Men., Nov. 2 — Goulash Casserole, Carrot-Cabbage Salad, Brownie, Cheese Slices, Bread- Butter, Milk; Toes., Nov. 3 — Baked Beans and Bacon, Bread-Butter, Whipped Fruit Dessert, Milk, Meat Slice; ' Wed., Nov. 4 — Beef-Potato Casserole, Bread-Butter, Milk, Hot Buttered Corn, Cherry Shortcake; Thurs., Nov. 5 — Ham Salad Sandwiches, Creamed Rice with cinnamon, Bread-Butter, Hot Vegetable, Fruit, Milk; Fri„ Nov. * — Tuna-Lettuce Salad, Bread-Butter, Peach Halves, Milk, Buttered Carrots, Cookie Bar. HEALTH CENTER TOUR The staff of the St. Anthony Nursing Home will be the special guests of the staff of the new Carroll Health Center, Tuesday, Nov. 3, for a tea and tour of the Health Center, beginning at 3:45 p.m., Mrs. Basil Bergquist, activities and social services director, announced. As many of the various staff members of the St. Anthony Home as can leave their posts will attend. Table arrangements will feature fall decorations. Mrs. Donald Stephenson of Scranton, is director of nurses at the St. Anthony Home. NFO TO MEET The monthly meeting of the Carroll County NFO will be held Monday, Nov. 2, beginning at 8 p.m. in the court house meeting room in Carroll. Those who attended the political rally at Atlantic last week and heard the speech on the Nixon-Hardin Farm Bill by N a t i o n a 1 NFO President Erhard Pfingsten at Early, will give reports. NFO members are urged to attend and the public is invited to attend. Following is a list of bestsellers in Iowa as compiled by the Midland Booksellers Association for this week: Fiction 1. Love Story, Erich Segal 1. The Crystal Cave, Mary Stewart 3. Great Lion of God, Taylor Caldwell 4. Islands in the Stream, Ernest Hemingway 5. The French Lieutenant's Woman, John Fowles Non-Fiction 1. Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, David Reuben 2. The Sensuous Woman, 3. Zeida, Nancy Milford 4. Inside The Third Reich, Albert Speer 5. Body Language, Julius Fast (Distributed by Iowa Daily Press Association) THE ROAD FROM WAR, by Robert Shaplen (Harper & Row, $7.95) Believing there can be no valid answers until the right questions are posed, the author details, from Vietnam, the complexities of the last five years of life and war from Saigon. Written as a series of reports, it provides the kind of intimate and insightful information that is truly needed to develop an understanding of our position and problem in South East Asia. If the book at times seems labored and repetitive, it is because the life and history of Indochina is labored and repetitive. The struggle for food, dignity, politics, power, and colonial influence is endemic to the Vietnamese. The effort of a people to break free is a personal and tribal effort that became entangled with foreign interests resulting in loss to all. America must know the nature of its involvement in Vietnam if it is ever to live peacefully with its experience there during the War. This book uniquely provides the material from which relevant questions about our problem in Asia can be fashioned. — Harold A. Goldman UP AGAINST THE BRASS by Andy Stapp (Simon & Schuster, $4.95) Who but an American G.I. would have ever had the wild idea of unionizing the Army? The incredible thing is that despite the paranoid rage of the Pentagon, it seems to be catching on. This book is a lively account of the American Servicemen's Union, now in its third year. The author claims more than 8,000 bona fide members — in and out of the dungeons — and three times that many well-wishers who contribute legal advice and cash to the cause. Mr. Stapp was formerly Pvt. Stapp; and anybody can guess why he got the dishonorable discharge. If the military Establishment is wondering why such a benevolent institution as the Army should be plagued by Unionism, it's here in this volume: Military "Justice", racial discrimination, Communist witch hunts and the classic 19th century struggle between Bossism and worker. The whole bit. There are plenty of good quotes herein. Andy's definition of the Army, "the incompetent forcing the unwilling to do the unnecessary" is likely to end up in a folk-song. — Kelly Adrian THE REBIRTH OF EUROPE, by Walter Laqueur (Holt, Rinehart & Winston, $8.95) At the end of World War II the future for a ravaged Europe appeared bleak indeed. In this one-volume study, Profes- Our Poors Are Open The residents and staff invite you to visit our New Home and join us for coffee. Carroll Health Center 2241 N. West St. — Phone 792-9284 CARROLL RESIDENTIAL — INTERMEDIATE — SKILLED PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE sor Laqueur reviews the amazing comeback in terms of political, cultural and economic developments and concludes that Europe now is on the verge of a new age in its influence in the future world. This book is well organized, objective and certainly important reading for Americans concerned with foreign affairs. THE BACKWARD SHADOW, jby Lynne Reid Banks (Simon & Schuster, $6.95) This is the delightfully sensitive, very British sort of novel that most women like — filled with details, both humorous and poignant, about the female state of mind. It centers around an unmarried young mother who brings up her child alone in contemporary society. The locale is a village in Surrey, quite close to London but endemically smalltown. . Jane's and her newborn son's story takes up where Miss Banks' previous, highly acclaimed first novel, The L-Shaped Room, left off. She is in love with a Jewish writer whom she refuses to burden with her son by another man. A flamboyant and talented friend, Dottie, moves in with her and, acquiring some financial backing from a lovable dying man, they start a shop selling handicrafts called "Us and Them." Jane's story is intimate, self-revelatory and entirely absorbing. Feminists in and out of Women's Lib will enjoy it. CHARITY GIRL, by Georgette Heyer (Dutton, $5.95) , Miss Heyer has entertained a vast audience of historical romance enthusiasts for nearly 40 years at the rate of at least one novel a year. Her best known works are called "Regency Novels" and they are light-hearted adventure stories completely faithful to the mores and idiom of the period. This one concerns a pretty and pathetic "poor relation" treated as such in her rich aunt's household but aided in escape by an eligible bachelor. The world of English aristocrats in country houses, with valets and butlers, curricles and carriages is great fun to enjoy in fantasy. — Mary Ann Riley Personals See Lou Galetich, Democratic candidate for Congress, Seventh District of Iowa, on WOI-TV, Sunday, November 1, 2:30 p.m. Adv. Mrs. Gerald Darling and son David of Des Moines, formerly of Carroll, were Carroll visitors Saturday. 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. Alfred Meyers are home after a 30-day visit abroad. They toured Denmark, Sweden, England, Scotland, Ireland, Spain, France, witzer- land and Germany. Two Carroll couples, the Merle Stevenses and M. H. Van Valkenburgs, met them at the Des Moines airport Friday evening. Thorpes are Hosts To Texas Couple (Times Herald Newa Service) ; CARNARVON — Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lenel of El Paso, Tex., were dinner guests in the Roland Thorpe home here Saturday night. Mrs. Bilda Tiefenthaler attested the wedding of Barbara Mary Retikis of Omaha and Arlan L. Woerdehoff at Omaha Saturday afternoon. Diana Dumdei of Ames spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Duni- dei. See Lou Galetich, Democratic candidate for Congress, Seventh District of Iowa, on WOI-TV, Sunday, November 1, 2:20 p.m. ^J^: TWINS FETED HALBUR — In honor of their twin son and daughter, Daniel and Debra, who received their first communion Sunday in St. Augustine Church, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Riesselman entertained guests from Carroll and Halbur at a noon dinner in their home. Each twin had a decorated cake which centered the tables. The renowned sculptor and painter, Buonarroti, is better- known by the name of Michelangelo. YD] BIERL'S !'S PARKWAY !• FURNITURE I CARPET and DRAPES In the New Parkway Plaza at the East Edge of Carroll on Hi-way 30 OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Open Wed. and Friday Till 9 p.m. STUDENT TEACHING Two students from the Carroll area have begun student teaching. Patricia Everett of Carroll, a senior education major at Northwest Missouri State College at Maryville, will be teaching at Horace Mann School in Maryville. Patricia Williams of Newhall, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Subbert of Carroll, a Coe College student; is teaching first grade at Coolidge School in Cedar Rapids. MILLER IN AIRLIFT Army Sp.-4 Jerry L. Miller, 21, son of Mrs. Pearl Christina, Wall Lake, was among the 11,000 troops of the 1st Infantry Division, who left Ft. Riley, Kan Oct. 4-10, to be airlifted to Germany to participate in Exercise Reforger II. Sp.-4 Miller is assigned to headquarters company, 2nd battalion of the divk sion's 26th infantry. His wife, Arlene, lives in Wall Lake. These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. spacious Westgata parking lot, opposite Park in the new West Entrance s FAMILY CENTER ERNETT Coast to Coast STORE (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) RE-ELECT Arthur A. Neu STATE SENATOR Monona, Crawford, Carroll Counties Vote For "Effective Representation" • Youth • Experience • Seniority This aaWiwment paid for by the Citizens for Neu Committee, Fred Witt, Choi rman. t'
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