Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 5, 1970 · Page 4
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A Memorial Service at CDA Meeting A highlight of the November meeting of Court St. Rose of Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters of America, Wednesday night at the K.C. hall was the annual memorial service for court members who have died during the past year. Delivering tributes in memory of Mrs. C. H. Hermsen, Mrs. Francis Clark and Mrs. E. J. Kratoska were Mrs. Ann Hermsen, Mrs. Lawrence Broich and Mrs. A. J. Polking, respectively. The service was in charge of the court's past grand regents. About 125 members attended the meeting and seven o'clock supper, served at tables decorated with Thanksgiving cen- CARROLL THE. PTC R - CftKROLL NOW THRU SAT. EVES, at 7 A 9:15 Jo>«pli E levint presents tvco EmbottyHm Honing Loving, brawling and bustin' it up! Saturday 2 P.M. Kiddie Show "Sword of Sherwood Forest" Tlmti HeroM, Carroll, to. Nov. 5, 1970 terpieces. Mrs. Robert Halbur and Mrs. Walter Tigges were co-chairmen of the evening's committee. Members and other interested persons are urged to attend the state C.D. of A. workshop meeting to be held in Vender Auditorium, St. Lawrence parish. on Sunday, Nov. 8, from 1 to 4 p.m. Registration starts at 12:30; refreshments will be served. It was announced that the secret sister exchange will be held at the Dec. 2 meeting instead of in January. Co-chairmen for that meeting will be Mrs. Lynn Hoffman and Mrs. Art Pottebaum. There was a display of rosaries for Christmas gifts, arranged by the Rosary Club. These also will be available at the Christmas meeting. Mrs. Vernon Drees and Mrs. Bertha Klbcke received the door prizes. The program was a demonstration of Christmas and novelty centerpieces and plaques, presented by Mrs. Arnold Ludwig of Lidderdale. Mrs. Emil Hansen of Audubon, a guest, assisted Mrs. Ludwig. Two 'Queens' at STOP Club The Carroll STOP Club had two "queen s" following the weigh-in at the weekly meeting Tuesday night at the Standard Farm Service Center. Each had tost 3Ms pounds. The "queens" were among 16 members who had lost a total of yiVz pounds. Five others gained a total of SVz pounds, including the "pig" with a 3-pound gain; and five had maintained the same weight as the week before. There was one new member at the meeting. As a special feature next Tuesday, Mrs. Arnold Ludwig will give an arts and crafts demonstration. ASSEMBLY PROGRAM (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Larry Beck, Official Ambassador of Alaska, will present an assembly program on Alaska at 3 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 9, at the Manning Community High School. Plans Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Yoch of West Bend announce the engagement of their daughter Joyce to Jerry Greving, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard J. Greving of Willey. The bride-elect is a graduate of Iowa State University and teaches at Britt. Her fiance, a graduate of Loras College, is employed at the Grotto of the Redemption in West Bend. The wedding is planned for June 5. Altar Society Meeting Held MT. CARMEL - Mt. Carmel Altar Society held its monthly meeting in the parish hall here Wednesday evening with 35 members present. The opening prayer was offered by the Rev. Dale Koster. Mrs. John Geier and Mrs. Paul Grote were introduced as new members. Plans were made for the Society's Christmas party. Mrs. Norbert Hageman spoke concerning a couple's euchre club. Election of officers was held. Court whist was played, with Mrs. Herbert Ludwig winning high prize and Mrs. Paul Grote, low. The door prize went to Mrs. Julian Julich. Lunch was served by Circle II under co-chairmanship of Mrs. Wilbur Neumayer and Mrs. Ray Huegerich. We're expecting you for TURKEY DINNER — Sunday, Nov. 8 - 3 to 7 p.m. at. the Holy Spirit Auditorium. Adults $2.00. Children's at the door. Adv. INTERNATIONALLY KNOWN FOR FINE FOODS We take special pride in the superb quality of our food and our generous portions at low cost to you. Stop out and enjoy our friendly family restaurant. For Party Reservations Dial 792-9123 Jcr. Hwy. 7! & 30 Carroll Give Area Women Europe Impressions Mrs. Rosina Handlos, Carroll, and Captolia Greteman of Temp 1 e t o n returned from an extended visit and tour of Europe. They leift for Germany via Lufthansa 747 on Aug. 26. Bavaria was the homeland of Mrs. Handlos. She had made a previous visit 20 years ago and found, like America, there were many changes. They were met in Munich by one of her sisters and from there traveled to Oberammergau for the Passion Play which outlines Christ's life and death and is performed every 10 years. All actors are local citizens who have resided in Oberammergau for 20 years and female membersofthe cast, must not be m a r r i e d. There were three times as many applications as there were seats so special performances were added to the calendar. Performers give up their trades and local people rent their beds and frequently sleep on the floor. The play season ends and the town changes atmosphere to a quiet and deserted village. The income from the play is used for building and school maintenance for the next 10 years when the play will be enacted again. In Andechs they visited with Maria Hansen, the exchange student who attended Kuemper High School. She'd had other Carroll visitors the same week. The next event was the Octo- berfest which lures people from all over Europe and the United States to the festival. The main attraction is the finest beer in all Germany served under huge tents set up by each major brewery where there is seating capacity for five or six thousand each with musical Tyrolean entertainment as well as good food. Mrs. Handlos led the band for a march number in the brewery display owned by a relative. A huge parade is conducted on each of the two Sundays and various groups or ver- eins from areas in Germany, France, and Australia take part. Also in the parade are huge wagon loads of beer drawn by six or eight colorfully decorated horses. The economy of the country is suffering. For 20 years the monetary system and the value of the D.M. was stable — now for 10 months the value changes from day to day and for the dollar there was a value of 3.6. These inflationary values make it difficult for laborers because salaries are low and food prices high with a sales tax of 11 per cent. Amtrican military bases maintained in some of the smaller countries of Europe are felt to be a necessity because when the Americans move out, the Russians will move in and the small countries cannot defend themselves. They joined a tour in Paris If You Want to Feel "On Top Of The World Every Morning Get A Wonderful, Restful Sleep Every Night .... ill NOTHING ... no pill, no sheep counting, no diet . • . can do so much to assure you sweet, restful sleep as bedding that's exactly right for you ... 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They visited Munich which is now preparing for the Olympics. The Olympiaturm is a huge tower with restaurant and a magnificent view of the city. Millions are being spent to hasten the new buildings in a town which was thoroughly devastated by war. There are subways connecting all parts of the city and throughout the country one chooses to travel the Autobahn; the roadways built by Hitler and Mussolini. The ravages of war left deep scars in the hearts of the older generation in a colorful country where a loving people are so appreciative of the beauty and artistry of their land. In Munich Lufthansa lost Mrs. Greteman's ticket and it was necessary to purchase a flight home. She returned Irish Aer Lingus with a stopover in Dublin where she v i s i t e d in the home of friends. These friendly, loyal, hospitable, beauty-loving people were just recovering from a long bank strike which they weathered without panic or disaster but word just as she was leaving was that there would be an additional tax on items which were already highly-taxed. In Ireland the fight for the Republic took place in 1916 and only after that did they gain freedom from England except for northern Ireland where the current unrest is greatly exaggerated. Mrs. Handlos was also accompanied by Ralph Sailer who visited relatives in a nearby part of Bavaria. LEGION BANQUET (Times Herald Newt Service) MANNING - The annual banquet of the American Legion will be served on Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, at the American Legion Hall by ladies of the American Legion Auxiliary. MUSICAL COMEDY (Times Herald New* Service) MANNING - The musical comedy, "Bye-Bye Birdie", will be presented at Manning Community High School on Friday and Saturday evenings, Nov. 13 and 14, at 7:30 p.m. Six Groups Played Cards On Wednesday The HIGH BIDDERS Club was entertained at Tony's Restaurant at noon Wednesday, with Mrs. Walter Millenacker as hostess. Winning prizes in bridge were Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz, Mrs. Ed Schroder, Mrs. Phil Dennis and Mrs. Felix Langenfeld. The club's next meeting will be Nov. 18 with Mrs. James Wieland as hostess. Mrs. Richard Collison entertained the KARDETTES Club for bridge Wednesday evening. Mrs. Paul Snyder and Mrs. Paul Greteman were guests. Prizes were won by Mrs. Robert Feldmann, Mrs. Maurice Nurse and Mrs. Richard Beck. The hostess decorated in a fall theme. Mrs. Beck will host the club Nov. 18. Three tables of euchre were in play Wednesday night when the GOLDEN CIRCLE met for cards. Mrs. C. D. Wright won high for the women; Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh, second; and Vincent Ricke, high for the men. Mrs. William Meshek won tally. Two guests, Mrs. Tom Herbach and Mrs. Keith Fee, played with the Q.N.O. CLUB, meeting Wednesday evening at the home of Mrs. Art Gute. Prizes in bridge were awarded to Mrs. Horbach, high; Mrs. Jack Staley, second; and Mrs. Fee, traveling. Mrs. Tom Lambert will be the hostess Nov. 18. Prizes were won by Mrs. Richard Daniels, high; Mrs. Jack Stangl, second; and Mrs. Edward Fasbender, low; at the W.B.'s CLUB, meeting Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Donald Derner. Mrs. James Grettenberg was co-hostess, and will entertain the club for bridge Nov. 18. Mrs. Fasbender was a guest. Mrs. Homer Skinner was hot- tess to the FORTNIGHTERS Club and one guest, Mrs. Robert Bruner, Wednesday evening. Prizes for bridge were won by Mrs. Bruner, Mrs. John Gnam and Mrs. James Tierney, who will be the next hostess, Dec. 2. Holy Spirit Gals are getting ready for their Annual Turkey Dinner — Sunday, Nov. 8, 3 to 7 p.m. Adv. To Speak Vows ... Mr. and Mrs. Delbert F. Montgomery of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Mary to Jim Soloperto, son of Dr. and Mrs. John F. Soloperto of Millbury, Mass. Miss Montgomery is a senior at Mount St. Scholastica College and her fiance, a senior at St. Benedict's College, both at Atchison, Kan. The couple has chosen Jan. 8 as the date for their wedding, which will take place at Holy Spirit Church in Carroll. Calenda r 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. Mc- Naughtan Golden Circle pinochle Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Catholic Daughters workshop, St. Lawrence 1 p.m.; registration 12:30 p.m. Monday- Beta Sigma Phi banquet, 7 p.m. Pin Oaks Round Table, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson THE NAME IS REGISTERED THE DESIGN IS PATENTED Twin bands of solid 14 Karat gold to wcall her wedding day . .. with a lustrous synthetic stone of the month to mark the birthday of each of her children. WE WILL BE MOVING SOON TO OUR NEW STORE IN WESTGATE MALL. WATCH FOR OUR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT. Check our special y% price table for some terrific values. LOEHR f S JEWELRY Bright Future Predicted for I.H.A. Program Mrs. L. A. Smith, president of St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary and chairman of the Iowa Hospital Association regional volunteer service committee, has recently returned from the Northwest Regional I.H.A. meeting in Sioux City. An important part of this meeting was the dialogue between administrators and auxilians which served to make for better understanding and cooperation between the two groups as they work together. Donald W. Dunn, executive director of I.H.A., predicted a bright future for the I.H.A. hospital volunteer program, and said he feels it will be a leader in the field. Evaluations from the 88 volunteers who attended were enthusiastic in their approval of both the program content and the manner in which it was carried out, Dunn said. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 James Franciscus "TRIAL RUN" A ruthless young lawyer puts his professional pride ahead of human compassion and reaps the benefits in . . . success? at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke, John Newell & Pete Taylor 8 O'CLOCK MOVIE Carol Linley "SHUTTERED ROOM" A young couple come to a sinister village to look over their inheritance —• a house that hasn't been occupied for 40 years. TV ,;RNT»DESMOINES CH. 78 CARROLL Mrs. Eleanor Spaen R.N., as part of her duty, helps residents Lillian Green, Caroline Friedman and Bill Rupiper to the lounge. The lounge is a familiar gathering place for family visits as it creates the homey atmosphere of a family living room. It's also a gathering place by the residents every Wednesday afternoon when one of the clergy of the area comes to the Carroll Manor for services. The clergy of the area take turns with all of the churches participating. $7-50 PER DAY PLUS NURSING CARE: * Room and board * Round the clock nurses available * Individual diet requirements Personal laundry Guest privileges (no charge for gueitt eating with residents) Room TV and phone connection* Whirlpool bath •erween meal inacki Color TV in lounge Air-conditioning Call Our Administrator For An Appointment Phone 712-792.9281 4 Blocks Southeast of Hospital, Carroll 500 Valley Drive

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