Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 9, 1970 · Page 14
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State CD A Officers Here For Workshop Jessie Maley of Waterloo, state grand regent, and other state officers of the Catholic Daughters of America, were in Carroll Sunday to conduct a workshop for members of area courts, at Yender Auditorium. Approximately 55 women were welcomed by Mrs. Donald Badding of Arcadia, grand regent of the local Court St. Rose of Lima No. S, which sponsored the workshop. Other state officers here included Mrs. Margaret Kuhl, Fonda, treasurer; Anna Storr, Pocahontas, secretary; and Marcella Fandel, Whittemore, monitor. The Rev. James McAlpin, assistant pastor at St. Lawrence Church, was present, representing the local court chaplain, the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff, who was out-of-town. Fr. McAlpin spoke and also answered questions from the audience. Among the subjects considered at the workshop were leadership training, service to the handicapped, active participation in public affairs, women's fight for decency, war against pornography, and mission activities. The workshop was built around the seven goals of the Catholic Daughters of America. Several door prizes were awarded; the main one was received by Rose Marie Schweers of Arcadia. Courts Tlm« HerolJ, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 9, J 970 represented in addition to Carroll were Manning, Churdan and Templeton. Carroll women were hostesses for a coffee at the close of the afternoon. Mrs. Badding and Mrs. Joe Pick, vice regent, presided at the coffee services at a table covered with a gold linen and lace cloth, centered with an arrangement of purple mums. Other appointments also were in purple, the organization's colors being gold and purple. Friday Club Is Entertained Mrs. James W. Wilson entertained Friday Contract Club at her home. Guests other than members were Mrs. Larry Jung, Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain and Mrs. H. L. Hudson. Each received a guest gift. Score prizes for the games of contract were presented to Mrs. V. Stuart Perry and Mrs. Lloyd Booth. The next hostess will be Mrs. Carroll Lane, on Nov. 20. Lalendar Monday- Beta Sigma Phi banquet, 7 p.m. Pin Oaks Round Table, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson Carroll Woman's Bowling Assn., 8 p.m. Red Carpet Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hali Toastmistress, Joe's Executive Club Restaurant Ootavettes, Mrs. Tom Schapman Soorettes, Mrs. Robert Kraus Double Four, Mrs. Zita 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. David 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 Weeks J.L.C. Club, Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens Entre Nous, Mrs. W. H. Brown Golden Circle bridge Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Trumpettes, Mrs. Howard Drees Firstnighters, Mrs. William Siepker F.F.F. Club, Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp Home Economics Committee, 9 a.m., Extension office Mariners Club, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Arnold Wednesday- Lutheran Circles: Eunice, Mrs. Louie Bauer; Mary, Mrs. Russell Wunschel; Martha, Mrs. | Donavon Stanzyk; Ruth, Mrs. Norbert Kaspersen; Sarah, Mrs. Kenneth Beckman A. B. Club, Mrs. Roy Heuton Grant Township Homemakers, Mrs. Leo Wiederien H. G. Club, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Louis Drees L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Betty Lane Golden Circle euchre Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Ronald Riesberg Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Country Club Stainless steel contains 18 per cent chromium and 8 per cent nickel by weight, according to Encyclopaedia Britanica. CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL Now Thru Tuesday Shown at 7:30 Adults $1.50 • Children 50a i WINNER OF 6 ACADEMY AWARDS* JCWWOHWJrMWB HMD l£ANS HIM OOCIOR ZHflAGO SPECIAL PROGRAM The Carroll County Home Economics Extension Council is sponsoring a special television program, "Listen to the Rain," Messages Without Words, to be viewed here at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 11, on WOI-TV. This program, nationally sponsored by the P.T.A. under the theme "Happiness Is Children's Emotional Health," will serve to bring an awareness of the problem of mental health and help parents understand how the problem can develop. The Extension Council encourages parents to view this program and discuss it. r _T • T T Wed. & Thurs., Nov. 11 & U "COUGAR COUNTRY" EGGS SUNNY SIDE UP When ordering your eggs sunny side up, like furnishings when moving, you don't want them broken. Call Vanderheiden-north American when you move . . . the people pleasers who treat furniture -like eggs, PHONE 792-9268 7019 N. East St. — Carro/J Donna Forke Leo Billmeier and Wed Exchanging wedding vows in i o'clock before an altar graced Lawrence Church here Sat- \ with white mums and pompons. The bride's cousin, Kim Tiefen- St urday, Nov. 7, were Donna Forke, daughter of Mrs. Albert Freking of Carroll, and Leo S. Billmeier, son of Mrs. lone Daisy of Carroll and Steve Billmeier of Waukee. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff performed the double ring ceremony and celebrated the nuptial mass at one Club Hears CAP Director Lawrence Blackley, director of a seven-county Community Action Program which includes Carroll, spoke at the Saturday night meeting of the Golden Circle Club. He told the group of the Friends and Neighbors Club which meets monthly at the OutReach Center. Hostesses at the clubrooms were Mrs. Leo Augustine and Mrs. Albert Reinhart. Pinochle was played at nine tables. Women's prizes went to Mrs. Margaret Sapp, high, and Mrs. Frank Wegner, second. For the men, Peter Hausman won high and Lester Schleisman, second. The traveling prize stopped with Mrs. Julia Witwer. Next Saturday evening the meeting will start with a 5:30 potluck supper. Librarian Speaks to Fellowship (Times Herald News Service) MANNING—The Senior Presbyterian Westminster Fellowship met at the church on Thursday evening, Oct. 22. Jan Arp moderated the meeting. Mrs. Harry Hinz, City librarian, was guest speaker, reviewing books of interest to the group. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McGrath returned Oct. 31 from a two week visit with friends in Toronto, Canada and Detroit, Mich. En route home they visited in the R. Eric Sorensen home in Clarion. thaler, and Rick Pudenz were altar boys. She was given in marriage by her brother, Dennis Forke, and attended by her sister-in-law, Mrs Dennis Forke, as matron of honor. Barbara Werner was brides maid and Beverly Daisy, flower girl. Robert Billmeier attended his brother as best man. Groomsman was Gary Tiefenthaler and Arthur Werner carried the rings. Ushers were Kenneth Werner and Dennis Forke. The bride appeared in a toe- length gown of peau de soie, styled with a high neckline and bishop sleeves with wide cuffs. An empire bodice trimmed with peau d'ange lace and seed pearls topped the A-line skirt which featured sprays of lace at the hemline. A detachable chapel train swept from the waist beneath a bow. Holding her tiered veil of illusion was a jeweled rose headpiece. She carried a nosegay of white roses and pompons and after mass, placed a spray of white pom- ons tied with blue on the Blessed Virgin's altar. For her attendants she chose full-length dresses of royal blue crepe with silk chiffon sleeves, The empire bodices were detailed with metalic royal blue at the high necklines. Self-fabric belts were finished with tubular bows. The dresses were made by the bride's mother. Each attendant carried a nosegay of white pompons accented with swirling ribbons and tufts of blue chiffon; the flower girl carried a basket of white pompons. The wedding reception for 125 guests was held at the Elk's hall from 2 until 4:30. The former Miss Forke graduated from Carroll High School in 1966 and attended A.I.B. in Sioux City. Mr. Billmeier attended Valley High School, Des Moines, and spent four years in the Navy. They will be at home at 1414 North Adams Street, Carroll. Personals Holiday Fair, 11 to 4; Ham Luncheon $1.35, 11 to 1; Nov. 19 Methodist Church. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Rose spent Sunday at the Claude Barth home near Charles City. They went especially to see their son-in-law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Roger Barth and son Trevor, formerly of Great Falls, Mont., who will be living at Pammel Court, Ames, after Dec. 1. Mr. Barth has concluded four years' duty in the Air Force, and will be a junior at Iowa State University at Ames SMORGASBORD — Holy Angels Parish Hall — Roselle Sunday, Nov. 15 - 4 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $2.00. Adv. Mrs. Hilda Smith has returned to her home in Denver, Colo., after visiting her brothers, Donald Fuchs of Templeton and Wilbur Fuchs of Carroll, and their families. She also visited friends and other relatives at Halbur, Templeton, Roselle, Carroll and Jefferson. Mrs. Walter Wieckhorst, medical record librarian at St. Anthony Hospital, attended the annual national meeting and exhibit of the American Medical Record Association, held Nov. 1-6 at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo. Cleaning Bee at L. Freese Home (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — A house-cleaning bee was held at the Lloyd Freese home north of Westside Wednesday. Neighbors and friends assisting were Mrs. Arlo Goittsch, Mrs. B. E. Von Glan, Mrs. Reed Doihse, Mrs. Lee Nobiling, Mrs. Victor Amundson, Mrs. Kenneth Linde, Mrs. Earl Wiebers, Mrs. Lee Wiebers, Mrs. Truman Ewoldt, Mrs. Verlin Koch, Mrs. Emil Schmidt, Mrs. Earl Bundt, and Mrs. Harvey Freese. Mrs. Freese had been hospitalized for PA months following an accident. She returned home on Friday and will be convalesc- ; ing for some time. Bride-elect . . . Lloyd Hensel of Carroll announces the engagement of his daughter, Rosemary, to Malick T. Foley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Foley, also of Carroll. Miss Hensel is a student at the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, where her fiance is assistant manager of the A. J. August store in College Square. The wedding is planned for Nov. 28 at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. SAVE $101 on YOUR CHOICE of A DINING ROOM SET And Have Your Loved Ones Gathered Round For A Great American Thanksgiving! ITALIAN PECAN Regular $600 SALE PRICE Choose from These Most Wanted Designs <t A Q Q While Special Purchase Quantity Lasts . . . / / Each Set Includes: Five foot oval table with three 10" leaves (table opens to family-size 7' 6"), Four side chairs Five-foot china cabinet complete with decorator inspired glass shelves and indirect lighting. NO PAYMENTS 'TIL 1971 MODERN WALNUT Regular $600 SALE PRICE $499 At the Junction of Hi-way 71 and 30 Northwest Edge of Carroll Fete Couple at Open House for Anniversary About 130 relatives and friends of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hulsebus gathered in fellowship hall of First United Methodist Church here Sunday afternoon to honor them for their 60th wedding anniversary, which occurs Nov. 12. Hosts for the open house were the couple's five children, Mrs. William S. Farner and Cy Hulsebus of Carroll, Gail Hulsebus, Sioux City; Mrs. Richard Schell, Perham, Minn.; and Mrs. Ed K r u e g e r of Omaha, Neb., all of whom were here for the event. A number of their grandchildren and great-grandchildren also attended. Among the guests were Mrs. Hulsebus 1 brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Young of Chicago- Refreshments were served by members of Circle III of the Women's Society of Christian Service, of which Mrs. Hulsebus is a member. The table was centered with a tiered anniver sary cake between yellow candles. Several of the floral gifts which the couple had received decorated the room. Mrs. Bonnie Brechler was at the guest book. Group Fetes George Vogls HALBUR — Honoring Mr. and Mrs. George Vogl at a housewarming party Friday night at their new home in Halbur were former neighbors from the country. The group included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Vogl, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wempe, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Riesselman, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Riesselman, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Riesselman, Mr. and Mrs. John Hinners, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Herbers, Mr. and Mrs. John Sibbel, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Testroet, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. William Halbur; also Grace Vogl of Des Moines. The evening was spent playing cards, for which prizes were awarded to Mrs. Halbur, Mr. Testroet, Leonard Riesselman and Mrs. Harry Vogl. The guests brought lunch. Joe Bruenings Are Honored; Wed 62 Years MAPLE RIVER — Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bruening of Maple River celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary on Sunday, Nov. 8. They were married Nov. 10, 1908, at Arcadia by the Rev. Joseph Schulte. Sunday's events began with a mass at 11:15, offered by their son, the Rev. Paul J. Bruening, at St. Francis Church in Maple River. A dinner followed at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant in Carroll, with all ten of the couple's children attending. They are Mr. and Mrs. F. W. (Dorothy) Rutten, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. (Isabelle) Henrieh, Mr. and Mrs. Steve (Alma) Doorley, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Bruening, Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bruening, Mr. and Mrs. R. O. (Mary) Hartquist, Sr. Marguerite Bruening F.S.P.A., Rev. Paul J. Bruening, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz (Phyllis) Etringer and Brother Michael Bruening (Dennis), a Franciscan missionary brother. Also present for the dinner were the Revs. Anton Ocken and Richard Birdsall, and Bro. Bernardo O.S.F. Mr. and Mrs. Bruening have 35 grandchildren and 38 great­ grandchildren. A reception for all of the grandchildren was held later in the afternoon. Miss Owens Is Honored Kathy Owens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James E. Owens of Carroll, was honored recently with a personal shower given by her bridesmaids, Alvina Haverman, Kathy Ryan and Audrey Neppl. The gift table was decorated with peach-orange and white. Several games were played before the bride-elect opened her gifts. The hostesses served lunch. Miss Owens' wedding to William Rupiper will take place at Holy Spirit Church Saturday, Nov. 14. LEADERS TO MEET The Gage-Win Neighborhood Girl Scout leaders will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 10, at the Manning Presbyterian Church, Mrs. Lee Johnson, neighborhood chairman, announced. All leaders are urged to attend. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Henry Fonda "THE DIRTY GAME" p~nr episodes about the efforts of espionage elements in counter-warfare. 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