Guild Sends Mission Gifts Presbyterian Guild members, meeting Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. R. K. Cooper, contributed funds to be sent to the mission at Tuba City, Ariz., for children's Christmas gifts. The collection was taken during the business session conducted by the president, Mrs. Allan M. Peterson. Devotional leader was Mrs. James Cruchelow, whose meditation was taken from the book "Please Give a Devotion". Mrs. C. R. Thomas gave the lesson, "A Brass Snake", from the book <: Gifts from the Bible". The Guild's Dec. 1 meeting will be at Mrs. John Fortune's home. Shower Given For Bride-elect (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mrs. Harold Gorman entertained fourteen guests in her home Friday afternoon at a miscellaneous shower for Jane McClintock of Yetter. She will become the bride of Bob Dougherty, Lake City, at the United Presbyterian Church in Auburn on Nov. 28. Bridal games were played and the honored guest opened her gifts. Lunch was served. Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 4, 1970 IN HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Ray Lee was taken to Stewart Memorial hospital, Lake City, Monday morning after having suffered a heart attack. Calendar Bride-elect . . . Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Sander of Arcadia announce the engagement of their daughter. Lou Ann. to Thomas P. Kneit'l, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas R. Kneifl of Newcastle, I \eb. Miss Sander teaches at Laurel, Neb. The wedding is planned for Dec. 28 at St. John Church, Arcadia. Begin Plans For Reunion Plans are being started for a reunion of the Carroll High School graduating classes of 1951 and 1952. to be held next summer in late July or early Au g ust - j MOLLY did you know that Mrs. Jimmy Vanderheiden Jr. | the Garden of Gifts has those of Carroll is heading the reunion I lovely African violets for sale, committee and invites others I let's give Mable one. Janet, from eifiner of (he two classes to I Adv. Wednesday- Catholic Daughters. KC Hall Fortnighters, Mrs. Homer Skinner Kardettes. Mrs. R. W. Collison W. B.'s Club, Mrs. Donald Derner JQ.N.O. Club, Mrs. Arthur Gute ! Golden Circle euchre Thursday— Jaycee-ettes Friendly Neighbor, Mrs. George Otto Bridgettes, Mrs. Richard Happe New Deal, Mrs. Edward Wieland N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Philip Renze T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Earl Connors Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Country Club Interfaith Bible Study, 9:30 a.m., Presbyterian Church Senior Citizens noon potluck, OutReach Center Friday— Thimble Bee, Mrs. C. A. McNaughton Golden Circle pinochle assist her with arrangements. Names and addresses of alumni who have moved away are being sought, Mrs. Vanderheiden said Wednesday, adding that she would appreciate having such names and addresses sent to her as soon as possible. Clubs Met Tuesday' for Bridge, Pinochle The DELTA DEK Club met Tuesday for an evening of bridge at Mrs. J. H. Bayliss' home. Her guests other than members were Mrs. Al Wiederhold and Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. John Porter, first; Mrs. George Personals Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleisman returned home Monday after visiting relatives over the weekend. They were Friday overnight guests of Mrs. Alma Schleisman at West Des Moines, and visited Saturday with Mrs. Lester Schleisman's sister, Mrs. Mabel Mitchell, at Altoona. From there they went to Iowa City to spend Sunday with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schleisman and children Scott, Sara and Brian William, the couple's new baby who was baptized Sunday. Walden, second; and Mrs. John Fortune, third. Mrs. Frank Daley will entertain next, Nov. 17, Pinochle was played at the afternoon party of the M.C.C. CLUB at the home of Mrs. Harry Grimsman. Mrs. Herbert Kroeger won high score prize and the hostess kept second. On Nov. 17 the club will meet with Mrs. Ernest Kroeger. Another group meeting for an afternoon of pinochle was the COMMUNITY Club. Mrs. John Sanders was hostess at her home. First prize went to Mrs. Leo Berning; second, Mrs. William J. Kanne; tally, Mrs. Anna Thielen; and traveling, Mrs. Peter Halbur. Mrs. Ed Lenz will have the next party, Nov. 17. Mrs. Robert Quinn was winner of the high score bridge prize at the SPELA KORT Club State (Continued From Page 1) flatly promise this time not to raise state taxes if reelected, he repeatedly emphasized his belief that government must look everywhere it can for needed funds, going back to the taxpayer only as a last resort. Noting Democrats posted strong gains over incumbent Republicans in several neighboring states, Ray told his supporters early Wednesday, "We Republicans have a lot to be thank ful for here in Iowa." He thanked party workers who helped turn out the winning vote, saying, "Nobody wins an election by himself. And when you get into a close election you know that if it weren't for you people we wouldn't have been re-elected." Fulton charged during the campaign that Ray's austere financial policies had pushed the state to the brink of bankruptcy and that his no-tax-increase stand had triggered spiraling property taxes to finance in HOURS: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mon. thru Fri. 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sat. 5 p.m. Sunday o*ir .es Slashed in prices W&B8SMV*A Our Bn /umR***** Oepam fit! Stereo Reg. $4.98 Now Only $2* Reg. $5.98 Now 5 Only T Now Only Reg. $10.98 97 $7< 8-Track Tapes Reg. $6.95 Reg. $7.95 Reg. $10.95 Now Only 97 Now Only $ 6 57 Now Only 97 Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton spent the weekend in Dallas, Tex. They attended the spring buying show of Gibson Discount Stores, and visited several places of interest including the site where President j 17. John F. Kennedy was shot. Saturday evening they were entertained at a formal dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Bernard. Mr. Throckmorton had been in Des Moines to attend the Iowa Automotive Wholesalers convention last week and his wife joined, him there for the Friday evening banquet and the flight to Dallas on Saturday. She returned home Monday night and Mr. Throckmorton went to Minneapolis on business. home of Mrs. Paul Snyder. Second high was awarded to Mrs. Harold Bierl and traveling, to Mrs. James Kanne. Mrs. Donald Gute was an additional guest. The club will meet next at Mrs. William Stickrod's, Nov. Honor Roll at Holy Spirit School Sr. Susan Till, principal of Holy Spirit School, has announced the honor roll for the close of the first quarter. Five students have been named to the "A" honor roll; 28 students on the "B" honor roll. Students with an average scholastic range of 3.56 to 4.0, on the "A" honor roil are Patricia Masching, Gene Collison, Mary Jo Morrissey and Carol Starman, all eighth grade; and Gail Reicks, seventh grade. Named to the "B" honor roll, with an average of 3.0 to 3.55 are Jeanie Langenfeld, Chris Otto, Pat Hall, Susan Greteman, Joan Gretihen, Jean Oswald, Diane Twit, Jane Schechinger, Sharon Naber, Kelly B e i t e r, Bob Balk, Barbara Lambertz, Cindy Hannasch and Joan Hoffman, ail eighth grade; Jane Oswald, Richard Masching, Maureen Nurse, David Stangl, Donald Snyder, Carol Schon, Jeff Hogam, Judy Hoffman, Jeffrey Baldus, Michael Cawley, Michael Settle, Karen Fee, Kevin Tessmer, Ann Fangman and Londa Gradoville, all seventh grade. Mrs. Paul Tigges was an evening hostess, entertaining the TOWN AND COUNTRY Club at her country home. At bridge, Mrs. Joe Pick, Mrs. Henry Steinkamp and Mrs. Joe Taphorn received score prizes. Fall flowers were featured as table decorations. Mrs. Cyril Wessling will be the next hostess, Nov. 17. BAPTISM MANNING — Monica Sue,, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene' Martens, was baptized at the Sunday morning worship service, Nov. 1, at First Presbyterian Church. Rev. Robert Rushing was assisted in the baptism by elder Lester Joens. Mr. and Mrs. Martens have been received into the fellowship of the church from First Presbyterian Church in Snohomish, Wash. Mrs. Elmer Heiman used a fall theme in entertaining the PLAYERS 8 Club at her home. Additional guests for the evening of bridge were Mrs. Joe Dalhoff and Mrs. Gene Grethen. Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan won high score prize; Mrs. Rex Krebs received low and traveling prizes. On Nov. 17 the club will meet with Mrs. Robert Over- mohle. Bridge was played at the afternoon meeting of the A. B. CLUB at Mrs. Wayne Harriott's home. High score was held by Mrs. R. J. Clark and second, by Mrs. E. W. Van Meter. Mrs. Roy Heuton will entertain next, Nov. 11. Mrs. Oliver Deming, Mrs. Pete Jensen and Mrs. Herschel Tryon received score prizes at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly afternoon party at the clubrooms. Lunch hostess was Mrs. Lucille Schriner. All members were present when Mrs. Lyle Tenold entertained the T.W.C. CLUB at her home Tuesday night. Her table j centerpiece was a horn of | plenty. At bridge, the hostess won high score and Mrs. Rex Heese, second. The club will meet next with Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz, Nov. 17. Mrs. Daniel Sullivan was an evening hostess, entertaining the Q-3-TU CLUB at her home. Mrs. Steve Collison was awarded both the high score and traveling prizes; she also will have the next party on Nov. 17. Second high went to Mrs. James Smith. The bi-weekly bridge party of the H.N.H. CLUB was held at the home of Mrs. Dale Hannasch in Carroll. Winning score prizes were Mrs. Lon Diers, high; Mrs. Art Diers, second; and Mrs. Leo Berning, third. The next party will be Nov. 17 at Mrs. Dennis Leiting's home.) party Tuesday n, g hf in "SI-— j[ 2*2* ^ The challenger called his campaign successful, even though he didn't win, because it raised important issues. "In a larger sense it was a victory because it brought out questions of equity, justice and responsive government," Fulton said early Wednesday. He pledged to help Ray in any way he could, but also said he would fulfill his responsibil- itity as a member of the opposition party. Jepsen, who breezed to a second term as lieutenant governor over Democrat State Sen. Minnette F. Doderer of Iowa City, the first woman to seek the office in Iowa as a major party candidate, waited out the results at his home in Davenport. "We have a lot of work to do in the next two years in Iowa, and I respectfually ask that all Iowans now work together to help solve our problems," he said in a victory statement. Jepsen, who is considered a prime contender for the Republican nomination for governor in 1972, concluded his statement by saying, "In Iowa we are all partners in this business of government. Government is people, and I will do my best to bring people together for a better Iowa in the 1970s." Synhorst, who has been secretary of state except for two years since 1949, handily defeated Democrat Sharon R. Robinson of Des Moines to win reelection. In the attorney general's race, incumbent Turner topped Democrat Raymond T. Walton of Davenport. Secretary of Agriculture Liddy won by the narrowest margin of anyone on the state ticket except Ray, but was re-elected over Democrat Kenneth E. Owen of Centerville, a former agriculture secretary. State Treasurer Baringer had —ISDH Photo New Member . . . Carroll County Health Nurse Mrs. Doris Walkup is one of the newest members of Iowa's Public Health Nursing Division and was photographed in Des Moines recently at an orientation meeting at the Iowa State Department of Health. Seventy-eight Iowa counties now have public health nursing services with funding shared, in .most instances, by the ISDH and individual counties. About 50,000 Iowans a year receive bene- ifits of public health nursing in the areas of maternal and child health, communicable diseases and chronic illnesses. little trouble gaining another term over Democrat State Sen. William D. Palmer of Des Moines. And State Auditor Smith won another term over Democrat Donald E. Linduski of Sioux City, who is Woodbury County auditor, as the incumbent celebrated his 59th birthday Tuesday. Kelly's Shoe Store Burglarized A second burglary in two days was reported to Carroll police early Wednesday. Police Chief Alvin Bruning said entry was gained to Kelly's Shoe Store from the second floor headquarters of Alcoholics Anonymous where a door leading into Kelly's upstairs was believed left open. The police chief said the cash register at Kelly's was cleaned out but nothing else seemed to be missing. The amount of money taken was not disclosed. The Uptown Club was entered Monday night or early Tuesday and two guns and an undisclosed amount of money were taken from a safe. Pamela Steffes Injured in Crash Pamela M. Steffes, 17, of 802 West 17th Street, Carroll, suffered neck and head injuries in an automobile collision on Highway 30 about 70 feet east of Maple Street at 10 p.m. Tuesday, police reported. She was taken to St. Anthony hospital. Miss Steffes was a passenger in a car driven by John Steven Brechler, 18, of Carroll. Clifford E. Larson, 18, of Vancouver, Wash., the driver of the other car, was arrested by Deputy Sheriff Jack Hayes after a chase north of town. He was charged with leaving the scene of, a personal injury accident and is being held in the Carroll County jail under $1,500 bond. Hayes also said Larson is being sought by Naval authorities for being absent from his post without leave. Naval authorities have been notified. Police Chief Aivin Bruning said Larson was driving a car reported stolen in Ohio. BAPTISM MANNING — Lon Thomas Cloud, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cloud, was baptized at the morning worship service of First Presbyterian Church, Sunday, Oct. 25. Mr. and Mrs. Cloud were welcomed into church membership, having transferred their membership from the Community Church at Union, Iowa. DANCE FIVE MILE HOUSE Sat./ Nov. 7 Joe Sinkule's Orchestra Wedding Dance—Siisia OJson & Robert Haverman (Coming Sat. Nov. 14 IT-Neta Band) MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Ray "A Milland MAN ALONE Where's the safest place to hide when the Sheriff and his posse are gunnin' for ya? How about the Sheriff's house — especially if it's under quarantine. A good Wastern, in color. At 70.30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crummer and Pete Taylor TV vRNT • DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll CLEAR DAY' THURS. THRU SAT., NOV. 5-7 EVENINGS AT 7 & 9:15 P.M. 3-WEEK SPECIAL Name imprinted FREE when purchasing ANY BOXED CHRISTMAS CARDS (This offer good for a limited time only. Order today.) HALLMARK CARD and GIFT SHOP Wesfrgate Mall Carroll Joe Na math Loving,brawling and bustin'it up! VtftfcViftfcy,: > > •Joseph E. levins presenls An Avco Embassy Film starring JOE NAMATH&ANNJMARGRIT uCCRydar <«h»gjrl CJCJU/O COMPANY W.lh William Smirti •Executive Producer Joseph E. ltvine<Screenpiay by Roger Smith' Produced by Allan Carrond Roger Smiths Directed by Seymour Robbie'- " Color by Movitlab. AN AVCO IMlAltY "'"^ff flr ' R MfTRICTEO Untfar IT (tquirn atcamptnylrm Pmnl m Aduri Guardian SATURDAY 2 P.M. , KIDDIE SHOW "Sword of Sherwood Forest"
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