Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1970 · Page 29
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 2, 1970
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Kennebecks are Honored for Anniversary Neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kennebeck gath ered at their home northeast of Carroll Sunday night to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary, which had occurred in October. Participants were Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Welch, Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Huegerich, Mr. and Mrs. Ron Fricke, Fritz Pluck- hahn, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wernimont, Erna Langmeier, Irene Langmeier, Mr. and Mrs. Arby Neppel, Mrs. Rose Pietig and Bill Pietig. The group presented the Kennebecks with a purse and also brought the lunch that was served at the close of the evening of cards. Card prizes were awarded to Irene Langmeier and Erna Langmeier, high and low for women; Mr. Welch and Mr. Kennebeck, men's high and low. The Kennebeck children also were present at the par-j ty. Timet Herald, Carroll, la, Monday, Nov. 2, 1970 Golden Circle Meeting Held Golden Circle Club had its regular meeting Saturday night at the clubrooms, where Mrs. Mamie Heider and Elva Eike were hostesses. Six tables of pinochle were in play. For the women, prizes were awarded to Mrs. Harry Laurinat and Mrs. Frank Bellinghausen; and for the men, to L. B. McFee and Oliver Deming. Mrs. Deming retained the traveling prize. COUNCIL TO MEET The Carroll city council will meet in special session at 5 p.m., Monday, November 2, in the council meeting room on the second floor of the City Hall. SR. CITIZENS' EVENT The Senior Citizens group will meet Thursday, Nov. 5, for a noon potluck at the new location of the OutReach Center, 715 Highway 30 East. The afternoon activities wiii include cards, crafts and a sing-along. A name is to be chosen for the club and a prize given for the best name submitted. Those attending are asked to take a traveling bingo prize valued between 10 and 25 cents, as well as a covered dish and table service. Parking space is available at the rear of the building. Spending Sunday afternoon and evening at the horns of Mrs. Jewel Tooley and son Jim were friends from Omaha, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice A. Flake. 'hap' Session ... trick Lane of Carroll, left, is giving his views on Vietnam in the Rap Room, one of the 11 different sessions attended by over 650 students at the Sioux City diocesan C.Y.O. —Staff Photo Discovery '70 program, held Sunday at St. Lawrence School. Mike Halbur of Carroll, right, Diocesan C.Y.O, president, dropped in to see what the students were rapping about. Personal Paragraphs Holy Spirit Gals are gttting ready for their Annual Turkey Dinner — Sunday, Nov. 8, 3 to 7 p.m. Adv. Mrs. Leo Augustine spent the weekend in Minnesota, visiting her brothers, Paul and Anton Miranowski at Heron Lake and John Miranowski at Fulda. Actress: U.S. Men Give Their Women Too Much spurgeon4 OPEN Wednesday and Friday Nites till 9 Miss MARILYN, professional Wig Stylist, will be in our store on Tues., Wed., Thurs. only to cut and style your Wig FREE OF CHARGE. featuring the deluxe TIARA WIG Casual Style R«g. $26.88 Value "FLIRT" New Dutch Boy Style, Reg. $28.88 Value' Also see ad oar otWwfgs now safe priced, too? W£ K££P PfJGES OOWM CHtftiE IF AT SPUfiGEON'S By JOHN PLATERO (Associated Press Writer) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Film actress Katy Jurado says one of the biggest problems with American men today is "the American woman." "They give her too much. The American man protects them; what more do they want — to be men?" The sultry, deep-voiced film star, interviewed in a local hospital where she was undergoing surgery for cartilege trouble in her left leg, said she disagreed with present efforts made by some U.S. women seeking "liberation." "Women can have a career, but the real career is to be a woman," she emphasized. "It's beautiful to be a woman and give birth," said the star of almost 30 major U.S. films who has two grown children and four grandchildren. "American women today want too much liberty, that's why they're unhappy," she went on. •'Because when an American man meets a woman he treats her like a pal instead of a woman." Speaking of the current trend towards sex movies and nude scenes, the attractive Mexican- born star said, "movies will have to change — they just show too much. Sex is supposed to be what people feel and think. If you show it, there's no sex." "It's just like women's skirts and see-through dresses. They got shorter and shorter and were so ugly until they came out with the maxi," she said. "People get tired of that sort of thing." Although Miss Jurado enjoys much popularity in movie circles she shies away from the ; glamor of Hollywood and lives ! quietly in Cuernavaca, a subtropical city south of the nation's capital. When not working on a movie, she spends her time digging for archaeological artifacts, reading, painting, sculpting and visiting her children and grandchildren, all living in Mexico. At 42, she remains as beautiful and youthful as when she starred with Gary Cooper 20 OVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 years ago in "High Noon." She still uses little makeup on or off the set. Reminiscing, she recalled that her first U.S. movie, filmed in Mexico, was "The Bullfighter and the Lady" costarring Gilbert Roland and Robert Stack. From this she was called to Hollywood to take a screen test for "High Noon," not knowing at the time that Gary Cooper was to star in the picture. Knowing almost no English, she went for her first interview with studio officials. When asked if she spoke English, she recalled, she lied and said "Yes." Asked to say something in English, she rapidly spouted, "If you drink — don't drive; if you drive — don't drink; to be or not to be, that is the question." Taken aback, the studio officials roared with laughter and Miss Jurado in typical Latin fashion, became angry, reverted to her native Spanish and made a few choice comments before she stormed out of the studio to a waiting car and back to her hotel. But studio officials were close behind and finally located someone who could tell Miss Jurado in Spanish that they didn't care if she couldn't speak English because she was exactly what they wanted for the movie. Today, she speaks English with only a slight accent but dislikes the American pronunciation of "Katy." She prefers to be called "Rah' tee." There is no apparent bitterness towards her two unsuccessful marriages — her first when she was 15 to a Mexican actor and her second to Ernest Borgnine. She looks only to the future. "All my life I worked for my children; now they're grown and I can live for Katy." Although she's made three films this year and is slated for a fourth shortly, she averages at least two or three a year. She has turned down an offer for a television series and rejects numerous offers for other films. "I don't want to die making films like a hero. What's the money for if you don't enjoy it?" Miss Jurado prides herself in being a woman and basks in femininity. "When I get out of this hospital," she laughed, "I'm going to be brand new and I would like to meet a man." But, she added, the men of 20 years ago were more masculine than today. "Then men were beautiful — they were real men." "Nationality has nothing to do with being a man," she replied when asked if she preferred Latin males. "What counts is the way he brushes your hand, the way he looks at you and the little things he does and says." Pensively, she added, "Love is beautiful and I understand it now. Maybe someday . . ." she remarked softly. Auburn Guests From Wisconsin (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Alfred Oldenburg and son Don of Burlington, Wis. were guests of Auburn relatives for a week. Mr. and Mrs. William Davis Des Moines, were dinner guests Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. John Menoh. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Peterson, Rockford, 111., were supper guests Friday of her sister, Mrs. Ruby Hamilton. Mrs. William Clausen, Mrs. C. M. Bean, and Mrs. Lester Sievers went to Fort Dodge Tuesday where they met Mrs. Richard Eccles, Ogden, and attended the Christian Growth Conference at the Peace Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and family, Omaha, were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family. MOLLY did you know that the Garden of Gifts has those lovely African violets for sale, let's give Mable one. Janet. Adv. Mrs. G. W. Evers accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter 4-H News Activities of Carroll Area Boys, Girls Clubs WILLEY - The regular meeting of the W i 11 e y Merry Maids 4-H club was 'held at the parish hall October 23 at 7:30. It was the Halloween party. Everyone dressed up and pictures were taken. Games were also played. Some of the new members were present. One guest was present. Door prize was won by Esther Heitihoff. Lunch was served by Debbie and Lois Knobbe, Jackie and Sherry Tigges, assisted by their mothers. Bruggeman of Manilla and Mr. and Mrs. John Brockman of Arcadia to Newton Sunday. They visited in the home of the Bruggemans' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Hal Wright. Mrs. Wright, the former Nancy Bruggeman, teaches in the Monroe School System, The Willey Rockets 4-H Club met Monday night, October 19, at 8:00 p.m. in St. Mary's Church hall. The Pledge of Allegiance was led by Arthur Halbur. For roll call each member present had to name ?'A courtesy I have observed." On the business agenda was discussed the Ak-Sar-Ben challenge and National 4-H Week. There was also election of officers with the following elected and taking office in January, 1971: President — Joe Halbur; Vice President — Jim Halbur; Secretary-Treasurer — Myron Heithoff; Historian — Art Halbur; Reporter — Mike Schultes. The following joined and are new members of the club: Mark Trecker, Randy Halbur, Russell Halbur, and David Hoffman. A talk was given by Roger Halbur on caring of dairy cattle. Arthur Halbur gave a talk on lactating and fresh cows. Recreation was in charge of Joe Halbur. Lunch was served to the group by the host for the evening, Daniel Halbur. Mrs. J. A. Mischo left Sunday for her home at Sacramento, Calif., after spending the month of October here with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hansen. She accompanied her son, Jim Mischo, who had a job assignment for the Air Force in Dayton, Ohio. New Officers Assume Duties at Guild Meeting (Time* Herald News Service) HALBUR — St. Lucy Circle was in charge of the meeting of the Ladies Guild Wednesday evening in the parish hall. A prayer was said for the late Sr. M. De Paul, who had taught at St. Augustine's School a few years ago. Mrs. Don Behrens president opened the meeting, and later turned it over to the new officers, Mrs. Victor Wittrock, president; Mrs. Ed Eischeid, vice president; Mrs. Merle Potthoff, secretary; and Mrs. Jerome Muhlbauer, treasurer. Out going officers were presented with floral arrangement gifts. The annual clothing drive will be held, and all clothing should be in the parish hall by Nov. 20. Mrs. Ann Mescher and Mrs. Henry Potthoff are the new sunshine committee succeeding Mrs. Lawrence Riesberg and Mrs. Frank Eischeid. Celestina Trinidad, exchange student from the Philippines who is staying at the Frank Testroet home, gave a talk on the customs and people of her homeland. Mrs. Harold Trecker and Mrs. Wayne Eich were awarded the door prizes. On the lunch committee were Mrs. Wilfred Naberhaus, chairman; Mrs. John Riesberg, cochairman; Mrs. William Pottebaum, Mrs. James Halbur, Florine Koenig, Mrs. Robert Potthoff, Mrs. Wayne Eich, Mrs. Clair Snyder and Mrs. Lavern Riesenberg. D. Snyders Visit with W. Vetters WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. David Snyder and infant daughter Jodi Ann arrived Wednesday evening to visit Mr. and Mrs. Walter Vetter. David Snyder returned to Cedar Rapids Thursday afternoon; and Mr. and Mrs. Vetter took Mrs. Snyder, Jodi Ann, and Jennifer back to Cedar Rapids on Sunday. Jennifer had been visiting the Vetters since Oct. 15. Wilbur Gottsch returned Saturday evening after spending a week in Dallas, Tex., with Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Stultz and family. He also attended the Texas State Fair. Mrs. Emil Dettbarn entered the Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison Friday, Oct. 23. ISLAND REDEDICATED FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) An island in southeast Kentucky ! which is the site of General Burnside State Park has been rededicated in honor of former Gov. A. B. Chandler. The land now is known as "Chandler Island," courtesy of Gov. Louie B. Nunn. That was its original name during Chandler's tenure in 1958, but the plaque was removed in subsequent unfriendly administrations. HURRY! ENDS WED. Tonight at 7 & 9:20 Paramounl Pictures Presents A Howard W. Koch -Atan Jay Lerner , Production Starring Barbra Streisand Yves Montand On A Cfcffl You Can See ^ Based upon the Musical Play On A Clear Day You Can See Forever Panavision' Technicolor' A Paramount Picture "G "-AN Ages Admitted Genera! Audiences Starts Thursday < JOSEPH E IEVIN' D'.tewi WKICO EMBASSY 'UM at C.C.Rycter as his girl •235 IKI Socia Ca nd ar Ray Milland "A MAN ALONE Where's the safest place to hide when the Sheriff and his poss.e are gunnin' for ya? How about the Sheriff 's house — especially if it 's under quarantine. A good Western, in color. At 10.30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crummer and Pete Taylor TV ;RNT • DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll Monday- Rainbow Girls Carroll LPN Unit, 6* 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. jClub, Mrs. Wayne Harriott Community Club, Mrs. John Sanders Wednesday— W.S.C.S., Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, KC Hall Fortnighters, Mrs. Homer Skinner High Bidders, Mrs. Walter Mil- lenacker Kardettes, Mrs. R. W. Collison W. B.'s Club, Mrs. Donald Derner Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Arthur Gute Golden Circle euchre The Maple River Cyclones 4-H Club met Monday, Oct. 26, with Mrs. Leonard Beyerink as hostess. Roll call was "The kind of meat I like best." Talks were scheduled on "Food for your physique" by Dale Haubrich, and "Paying attention to after school snacks pays off", by Kenny Venner. Officers for the coming year were elected. They are: president, Jim Kraus; vice president, Tom Schrad; secretary, Kenny Venner; treasurer, Mike Haubrich; and reporter, Pat Hannasch. Winter's Near Don't Wait ^ Have Furnace checked and serviced by Drees Heating and Plumbing Co. Call 792-2863 today. We check Filters, Humidifiers, Blowers, Chimneys, Controls, Burners. We stock all Controls. (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) (Political Advertisement) I Our Doors Are Open The residents and staff invite you to visit our New Home and join us for coffee. Carroll Health Center 2241 N. Wtst St. — Phone 792-9284 CARROLL RESIDENTIAL — INTERMEDIATE — SKILLED PROFESSIONAL NURSING CARE VOTE DEMOCRATIC TUESDAY It is important that every voter exercise his provilege of choosing office holders by ballot. It is your privilege, use it. And it is my hope that you will vote Democratic Tuesday. YOUR VOTE IS APPRECIATED DAVE GREEN, Democratic Candidate for Reelection to County Attorney

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