Club Name Chosen by Sr. Citizens Time* HeraM, e«tr*ll, !•• Friday, Nov. 6, 1970 "Friends and Neighbors Club" was chosen as the n^rne for the Senior Citizens group at their monthly meeting Thursday at the OutReach Center. Mrs. Lucille Schriner received a prize for submitting the name. Forty senior citizens were present for the noon potluck. Cards and other games were played during the afternoon and Mrs. Emil Hansen of Audubon led a sing-along, playing guitar accompaniment. Lawrence Blackley, director of the seven-county Community Action program, talked to the group. The Dec. 3 meeting will feature a Christmas party and $1.00 gift exchange and will start with a noon potluck. HAVE HAYR1DE COON RAPIDS - Youth groups of the American Lutheran and Triniljy Lutheran Churches and their guests had a hayride Sunday night, leaving from Trinity Church. Steve Kaiser was devotional leader. Lundh was served afterward by the Ernest Oarstens and Harold ChrJstemsens. Don and Doyle Bielenberg furnished hayracks. Personals We're expecting yftu 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. Mrs. V. L. Throekmorfon Is home after spending six weeks at Sacramento. Calif., with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Neil Throckmorton and family, and another week in Des Moines with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George McCutchen and family, who met her at the airport there. Mrs. McCutchen and daughter Marcy brought her back to Carroll Wednesday and stayed overnight. While in California Mrs. Throckmorton spent some time at San Francisco and Lake Tahoe and visited many points of interest. Holy Spirit Gals are getting ready for their Annual Turkey Dinner — Sunday, Nov. 8, 3 to 7 p.m. Adv. Showers for Miss Owens GOOD CLEAN FUN: (For Your Car) WASH & WAX IN TWO MINUTES Stay behind the wheel . . * you drive out in only 2 minutes. Use Robo every week. It's fun! DO-IT-YOURSELF CAR WASH For Cars, Truck*, Trailers DEB'S ROBO Located West on Hwy. 30 next to Todd's Drive-in. Kathy Owens of Carroll, whose marriage to Bill Rupiper of Ternpleton will take place Nov. 14 at Holy Spirit Church, was honored at two miscellaneous showers during the weekend. Mrs. Ace Schrunk of Maple- Ion entertained 12 guests in her home Saturday afternoon. Bridal games were played and gifts were opened before lunch was served. Hostesses Sunday afternoon at Templeton were Mrs. Leon Boes and Mrs. Glenn Rupiper. Miss Owens' colors of peach and white were carried out in table decorations and in the lunch that was served to the 28 guests. Court whist was played and prizes awarded, after which Miss Owens opened her gifts. CHANGE OF ADDRESS DEDHAM — John M. Werner, son of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Werner, Dedham, has completed basic training at Fort Lewis, Wash, and has been assigned to advanced infantry training at Fort Lewis. His new address is: E2 John M. Werner 481-64-3348; Co. E, 3rd Bat. 3rd Bgd. A.I.T.; U.S.A.T.C. Iflf.; Fort Lewis, Wash. 98433; 2nd Platoon. Mrs. West Delegate to Oslo Parley Mrs. Frank West of Glidden was chosen Thursday as one of three delegates to represent the Iowa Farm Bureau women at the triennial conference of the Associated Country Women of the World (ACWW) in Oslo, Norway. Aug. 9-19, 1971. Mrs. West was chosen from 11 applicants from the western half of the state following personal interviews by a selection committee. She will join Mrs. Rex Strait of Keosauqua, delegate from the eastern half of the state, and the state Farm Bureau women's chairman, who is automatically one of the delegates. The alternate chosen from the west half is Mrs. Earnest Skattebo of Wallingford. Mrs. West has been active in Farm Bureau for a number of years and has served as county women's chairman. She is active in her political party and works with the district court in the placement of homeless teenage boys. She has a keen interest in people and says she is looking forward to the opportunity she will have to promote understanding with rural women from other countries. ACWW is a non-political, nonsectarian organization that aims to further international understanding and friendship, to create helpful r e 1 a t i o n s and to raise the standard of living in rural areas everywhere. It was officially launched in 1933 in Stockholm, Sweden, and now consists of more than six million rural women in 34 countries on six continents. Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Delegates . . . Mrs. Frank West of Glidden (left) was chosen Nov. 5 as a delegate from the western half of Iowa to represent the Iowa Farm Bureau women at the triennial conference of the Associated Country Women of the World in Oslo, Norway, Aug. 9-19, 1971. With her are Mrs. Rex Strait of Keosauqua (center), delegate from the eastern half of the state, and Iowa Farm Bureau Women's Chairman Mrs. Herbert Johnson, a delegate by virtue of her office. Speaker Describes r _ Facility Mrs. Mary Brogan of the Carroll OutReach Center was a special guest at the Jaycec-ettc meeting Thursday at the court house meeting rooms. She introduced the guest speaker, Everett Crane of the Seven County Central Iowa Sheltered Workshop in Denison. Mr. Crane spoke about the teaching program there, and showed slides of the work being done at the sheltered workshop. Women Meet For Games of Bridge, 500 ______—*__ -—~— Social Calendar .F.F. Club, Mrs. Lyle Heister- STORE HOURS Wed. & Fri. 9 to 9 Sunday 1 p.m. to 5 f* Weekdays 9 to 5 SALE STARTS FRIDAY GOOD WHILE SUPPLIES LAST STATIONERY in Decorated Boxee Reg. $1.00 2 $1 Porcelain or Ceramic MUGS Reg. 69e 39c each CLOSE-OUT! TEA CUP and SAUCER Reg. $1.00 Set 2 $1 Churchwomen Hold Meeting LIDDERDALE — The Ladies Aid Society of Immanuel Lutheran Church met Wednesday afternoon, with 27 members and eight guests attending. Following the opening hymn, the Rev. Albert T. Bostelmann read Scripture and presented the topic, "Boot Training for World Missions". Reports were given by delegates who attended Christian growth and Auxiliary meetings. The Society will send a gift to the state hospital at Cherokee. Nov. 15 was set as the date for the annual oyster supper, with serving from 4:30 until 8:30. The women will have a Christmas potluck in conjunction with their next meeting, on Dec. 2. Lunch was served by Mrs. Harry Bruggeman and Mrs. Leland Bruggeman following adjournment. WELCOME HUNTERS The Carroll Gun Club has issued an invitation to all pheasant hunters to use the club's facilities west of Carroll to "sharpen up their shooting eyes" for the coming pheasant season, Harry Rose, vice-president of the club said today. The gun club will be open and guests will be welcome on Sunday from I to 5 p.m. Neighbors Hove Party For Hackers Neighbors of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hacker had a surprise party for them at their farm home west of Lidderdale Thursday evening in observance of their 25th wedding anniversary, which occurred Oct. 30. Attending were Mrs. Rose Pietig and Bill, Bill Scharfen- kamp, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Riese, Mr. and Mrs. John Scharfenkamp, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wieland, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kroeger, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Beidler Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Ausman, and the Hackers' children, Terry and Debbie. At cards, John Scharfenkamp and Larry Wieland won high for men; Mrs. Ausman, high for women; and Larry Daniel, low. The group brought lunch and also presented Mr. and Mrs. Hacker with a purse. Fire Poster Prizes Presented RIDE 'EM BOAT Rig. $3.97 ENDS SATURDAY SHOWN 7 & 9:15 PLAY DON LIMIT 4 WHILE THEY LAST Reg. 88e 68c ENTIRE STOCK SUN GLASSES Reg. tl.$1.49.$2-$1.5«.*3 Sunday Only i> riet Snow Glar« Coming Up JUST ARRWED INFANTS TOYS 39c ANWCOEMMStVHlU JNMIUIL. «*CX.Iyd«r ROSELLE — Two Halbur firemen, Ray Hacker and Herbert Riesselman, presented prizes to the winners in the fire prevention poster contest at Holy Angels School in Roselle before a gathering of the student body following a fire drill Thursday. Winners are as follows: Third grade — Crystal Sondgeroth, first place, $3; Ronald Broich, second place, $2; and Lois Riesberg, third place, $1. Fourth grade — Douglas Broich, Michelle Schreck and Lisa Rupiper. Fifth grade — Brenda Reiman, Cynthia Renze and Ardan Behrens. Sixth grade — Joan Schreck, Bradley Reiman and Doris Sibe- naller. His talk was followed by a question and answer period. During the Jaycee-ettes regular business meeting, attended by 15 women, including two new members, Mrs. Jerry Christensen and Mrs. Bill Kurth, the budget, prepared by the club officers, was approved. The club voted to pay the Jaycees in full for their work on the concession stand. In discussing their Christmas activities, Mrs. Lynn Curry and Mrs. Doug Drees were named chairmen for the Christmas favor project. At their Dec. 3 meeting, the women will make favors to be distributed to all the nursing homes and St. Anthony Hospital for use on the trays on Christmas Day. Jaycee-ettes will help the Jaycees in preparing the Christmas baskets, and tentatively set Dec. 18 as the date for this. Mrs. Paul White, Mrs. Gary Radach and Mrs. Algene "Snort" Snyder are the women's chairmen for this project. The Jaycees and their wives will be delivering almost twice as many Christmas baskets this year, about 38. The women voted to give the Jaycees a donation for the Christmas baskets. Instead of their annual gift exchange at their December meeting, the women will bring a dollar gift for an older child or teenage boy or girl to be put in the baskets. Members are reminded to bring the gift wrapped and designated whether for a boy or girl. The club will have its annual Christmas potluck at the Dec. 3 meeting. Callers will contact the women about what covered dish to bring. The club will furnish the meat. Hostess for the potluck are Mrs. Ron Eich, Mrs. LeRoy Lynch and Mrs. Radach. Callers will also contact members about the annual Christmas caroling with the Jaycees, planned for Dec. 19. Mrs. Zenas Becker, president, conducted the meeting. Following the program, prizes in bridge were awarded to Mrs. i Lynch, high; Mrs. Don Prior, 'second high; and Mrs. Christensen and Mrs. Kurth, low. Mrs. Lynch also received the door prize. The group will next meet Dec. 3 at the court house meeting rooms for their Christmas potluck and making of Christmas favors. The NEW DEAL Club was entertained Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Edward Wieland, who used a fall decorating theme. Winners of the bridge prizes were Mrs. Joseph Wittry, Mrs. Louis Hannasch, Mrs. Irene O'Herron and Mrs. Clarence Loneman. On Nov. 19 the club will meet with Mrs. Louis Schoofs. Seven tables were in play at the Carroll DUPLICATE Contract Bridge Club party Thursday morning at the Carroll Country Club. First place went to Mrs. A. E. Whyte and Mrs. J. M. Wansing of Denison. Other winning pairs were Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. Josef Martin, second; Mrs. Wilma Slininger and Kathleen Fields, Jefferson, third; Mrs. 0. H. Juergens and Mrs. L. R. Chapman, fourth; Mrs. Harold Tuvell of Lake City and Mrs. W. R. Ferguson of Glidden, fifth. The women will play next on Nov. 19. Playing 500 at the home of Mrs. George Otto Thursday evening were members of the FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club. The hostess retained the high score prize and awarded the other prizes to Mrs. Art Otto, Mrs. Louis Tigges and Mrs. William J. Kanne. The next party will be at Mrs. Lester Schleisman's, Nov. 18. Mrs. Vincent Koenig was a Thursday evening hostess, entertaining the BRIDGETES Club at her home. High score prize was won by Mrs. Richard Happe. Second high went to Mrs. James Kratoska, who will have the next party on Nov. 19. Jafcholic Daughters workshop, St. Lawrence 1 p.m.; registration 12:30 p.m. Mwtday— Beta Sigma Phi banquet, 7 p.m. Pin Oaks Round Table, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson St. Lawrence Guild Carroll Woman's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m. Red Carpet Rebekah Lodge, ICOF Halt Toastmistress, Joe's Executive Club Restaurant Ootavettes, Mrs. Tom Schapman Scorettes, Mrs. Robert Kraus Double Four, Mrs. Ztta Hulsebus Tuesday— Girl Scout Leaders, 9:30 a.m. Manning Presbyterian Church Tri-County Hairdressers, 7 p.m dinner, Red Carpet Newman Study Club, Mrs. Dav id O'Leary Chapter EB, P.E.O., 6:30 p.m Tony's Restaurant STOP Club. 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center B F.F. Club, Mrs. Wayne Week J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Mont gomery Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. 0. H. Juer gens Entre Nous, Mrs. W. H. Brown A.B.C. Club, Mrs. Dean Fred rickson Golden Circle bridge Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Trumpettes, Mrs. Howard Drees Firstnighters, Mrs. William Siepker Home Economics Committee, 9 a.m., Extension office •••^ MOVIE TONIGHT AT 8:00 Harry Guardino "JIGSAW" A computer scientist wakes up ' to find a body in the bathtub, blood orv the furniture, | and no memory of who he is or what he has done. In (color). MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 SATURDAY • NOV. 7 KIDDIE SHOW AT 2 P.M. Daily! SUN. MON. TUES. "Th« Sword of Sherwood Forest" Any Item Ovtr $5 Con Bt Laytd-Awoy Till Christmas Set Our APPLIANCE SECTION FOR THf BEST! Our One Year Over The Counter Guenntee MAKES IT EVEN BETTERI I SAVE $5.00 I T Scotch Pint | Reg. $19.99 i Sunday at Z & 7:30 Mon. & Tuei. at 7:30 Only Adults $1.50 • Child 7Sc l A, DAVID LEAN'S HLM JDOQOR r/HIYAGO RIGHT BE HIND THE TRUCK... To bring you friendly greetings from your new community, along with useful gifts and information. Courtesy for Future Bride (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Star Brotherson of Omaha, who will marry Douglas Maasen Nov. 21 at Zion Lutheran Church in Arcadia, was honored at a bridal shower Sunday at the Dennis Maasen home here. Her future sisters-in-law, Mrs. David Maasen of Des Moines and Mrs. Dennis Maasen, were hostesses. A white lace umbrella with streamers in the honoree's chosen colors, royal and ice blue, centered the gift table. Winners of the games presented their prizes to Miss Brotherson. Lunch was served after she opened her gifts. Attending the shower were 13 guests from Omaha, Glidden, Carroll, Denison and Westside. All members were present when Mrs. Philip Renze entertained the N.B.C. CLUB at bridge in her home Thursday evening. First prize was awarded to Mrs. James Knott; second, Mrs. Cyril Schulte; and third, Mrs. Wilbur Singsank. Table decorations were in the Thanksgiving theme. On Nov. 19 the club will meet with Mrs. Singsank. Courtesy for Donna Forke Mrs. Raymond Friedman entertained ten guests in her home Sunday evening, honoring Donna Forke of Carroll at a prenuptial linen and kitchen • shower. Miss Forke's marriage to Leo Billmeier of Carroll will take place at St. Lawrence Church on Nov. 7. Children Present Pollution Program ARCADIA — Concluding a nine-week study of ecology, the upper grade students of St. John School in Arcadia presented a program Friday for the entire student body and faculty, portraying their concern about pollution, Mrs. Ken Huntley, science teacher, reported. The fifth grade students conducted a "Man on the Street" type interview with students representing people from the ten most polluted cities in the nation. In skit form, the sixth grade students portrayed people who litter, and those who try to stop the littering. Seventh grade students held a "Laugh-In" dealing with the problems of pollution in a humorous way. With two poems, the eighth grade expressed the idea of personal responsibility in doing something about pollution before the planet is destroyed by the work of man's own hands. Throughout the week, posters were on display to promote an anti-pollution spirit among students and faculty. Louis Jourdan "FEAR NO EVIL" An antique mirror holds strange images. Even stranger! is what happens to the peo- | pie who see them. (Color). at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke, John Newell & Pete Taylor TV .;RNT • DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll CALL THE EGG CREW Call the Vanderheiden-north American movers. Watch them "do their own thing" •—tenderly packing, carefully moving and safely storing your possessions. PHONE 792-9268. We move furnishings like eggs. 1019 N. East St. ~ Carroll Bridal games were played and the honored guest opened her gifts. Lunch was served. Co- hostesses were Faye Hanna and Barbara Lamaak. These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. spacious Wetfgato parking lot, opposite Park in the new Wort Entrance S FAMILY CENTER ERNETT Coast to Coast STORE Reserve District No. 7 State No. 995 CONSOLIDATED REPORT OF CONDITION OF TEMPLETON SAVINGS BANK of Templeton, Iowa And Foreign and Domestic Subsidiaries, a member of the Federal Reserve System, at the close of business on October 2&, 1 970, published in accordance with a call made by the Federal Reserve Bank of this district pursuant to the provisions of the Federal Reserve Act. ASSETS Cash and due from banks (including $28,971.03 unposted debits) $ 560,784.22 U.S. Treasury securities 1,207,495.42 Obligations of States and political subdivisions ._ 110,111.44 Other securties (including $4500 corporate stocks) 4,500.00 Other loans 2,372,636.46 Bank premises, furniture and fixtures, and other assets representing bank premises 25,625.67 Other assets _ __-. _ --- 6,390.18 TOTAL ASSETS __.$4,287,543.39 LIABILITIES Demand deposits of individuals, partnerships and corporations $1,733,100.51 Time and savings deposits of indivduals, partnerships, and corporations 1,862,713.35 Deposits of United States Government 17,636.47 Deposits of States and political subdivisions 132,539.22 Certified and officers checks, etc. 24,579.26 TOTAL DEPOSITS $3,770,568.81 (a) Total demand deposits •-.$1,847,855.46 (b) Total time and savings deposits $1,922,713.35 Other liabilities for borrowed money 100,000.00 Other liabilities --- 970.14 TOTAL LIABILITIES $3,871,538.95 RISIRVIS ON LOANS AND SECURITIES Reserve for bad debt losses on loans (set up pursuant to IRS rulings) $ 34,752.88 TOTAL RESERVES ON LOANS AND SECURITIES $ 34,752.88 CAPITAL ACCOUNTS Equity capital $ 381,251.56 Common stock-total par value 75,000.00 (No. shares authorized 750) (No. shares outstanding —-.750) Surplus 75,000.00 Undivided profits 81,251.56 Reserve for contingencies and other capital reserves '- 150,000.00 TOTAL CAPITAL ACCOUNTS _ 381,251.56 TOTAL LIABILITIES, RESERVES, AND CAPITAL ACCOUNTS $4,287,543.39 MEMORANDA Average of totol deposits fpr the 15 calendar days ending with call dote --- -- $3,689,851.60 Average of total loans for the 15 calendar days ending with call dote $2,352,252.48 I, William Horbach, Cashier, of the above-named bank do hereby declare that this report of condition is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. /s/ William Horbach We, the undtrsigrved directors, attest the correctness of this report of condition and declare that it has been examined by us and to the best of our knowledge and belief is true and correct. J. H. Kit*, Edward Siepker, Elmer Schreck, Leona Schreck Horbach, Directors.
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