Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 12, 1970 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 12, 1970
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40th Wedding Anniversary is Observed Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ries- ber& of ttalbnr were honored on their 40th wedding anniversary Wednesday. Their children entertained them at supper at Joe's Executive Club Resteu'rant, and presented them with a gift. The rest of the evening was spent at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Duane Riesberg, where a buffet (able was set with an anniversary cake and coffee service. The couple's children present included Donald Riesberg, the MOVIE TONIGHT at 8:00 Time* ffcrafrf, Carroll, fa. ' Thurtday, Nov. 12, 1970 II Doris Day BALLAD OF JOSIE" Jos're's alcoholic husband lies dead at the foot of the sfoirs., and she's standing at the top when the sheriff walks in. MOVIE TONIGHT AT 10:30 r Alan Ladd "ONE FOOT IN HELL" For the lack of $1.87, one man loses his wife, his integrity and his reason. It's the' beginning of a private war. At 10.30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crumrher and Pete Taylor TV KRNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL Duane Riesbergs, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thein, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Flcskes, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Shirbroun; also Mrs. Darlene Eiscteid. Others of the family sending leir greetings were Phyllis liesberg and Mr. and Mrs. landy Walsh of Marblehead, Mass;, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Canne of Marshalltown. Picures" Were taken during the vening of visiting. Homemakers Club Meets Grant Township Homemakers Club held its monthly meeting Wednesday afternoon at the ome of Mrs. Leo Wiederien. Additional guests were Mrs. Don Stoolman, Mrs. Ed Pudenz md Mrs. Henry Huegerich. Plans were made for a Christmas party and gift exchange Dec. 9 at Pauline's Cafe, where vlrs. Frances Feld will be hos- ess. For entertainment, pinochle was played at four tables. Mrs. Anna Sporleder won high score >rize; Mrs. Ed Lenz, second; tfrs. Bertha Hesslingh, travel- ng; and Mrs. William J. Kanne, ally. The hostess carried out he Thanksgiving theme in serv- ng lunch. Members Lose 20.5 Pounds (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Eight members ost a total of 20V2 pounds when members of the Westside Weight Club weighed-in Wednesday evening at the Ar-We-Va rligh School Home Economics Room. Two members gained 3'/2 pounds and one member stayed the same. The queen lost 5 pounds and the pig gained 2Vz pounds. This week's "Hand's-Off" for the whole club is chocolate. The group will meet next at 7 p.m. Nov. 18 at the Home Economics Room at Ar-We-Va. NOW SHOWING The last time Virgil Tibbs had- a day like this was "In The Heat of the Night" THEY Cfill ME MISTER SIDNEY POITIER COLOR United Artists JIBBS! STARTS SUNDAY THE " LANDLORD" 'Go-to-School' Meeting for KHS Parents A large group of parents at-1 tended, the Kuemper Parents] Club Wednesday night, which featured a "Parents-Go-To- School Night". Following a short business meeting, parents attended their children's afternoon classes. During the business meeting, reports were given on dues, and dance tickets according to parishes. All were urged to attend the Kuemper Parents Club Dance Saturday, Nov. 14, at the Starline Ballroom. Leo Daeges will play from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Announcement was made that there will be no December meeting. Holy Angels Parish in Roselle, and Holy Family Parish in Lidderdale served refreshments at the close of the evening. Groups Met For Various Card Games Five pairs were winners at the Carroll DUPLICATE Contract Bridge Club meeting Wednesday night at the Country Club. Mrs. Ash ton McCrary and Mrs. P. I. Colvig, Lake City, were first; Mrs. Earl Connors and Mrs. R. J. Ferlic, second; Jim Reagan of Churdan and Mrs. Eleanor McCarty, Coon Rapids; third: Mrs. Ethel Beiersdorf and Mrs. Margaret Tracy, Denison, fourth; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Denison, fifth. Because of Thanksgiving the group will not play until Dec. 9, which will be a special event. Mrs. Jack Sanford was a Wednesday evening hostess, entertaining the L.P.B. CLUB at her home. Mrs. William Blohm received high score bridge prize; Mrs. Bruce Fuller, second; Mrs. Betty Lane, low. The next party will be at Mrs. William Tryon's, Dec. 9. A Thanksgiving theme was featured at the CHIT-CHAT Club party at Mrs. Ronald Riesberg's home. Her guest other than members was Mrs. Paul Schulte. Winning bridge prizes for the evening were Mrs. Larry Baumhover, high; Mrs. Glenn Heithoff, second; and Mrs. Donald Beidler, low. Gayle Schleisman will entertain next, Dec. 2. The Thanksgiving motif also was carried out in table decorations at the A.B. CLUB party Wednesday afternoon at Mrs Roy Heuton's home. Mrs. Paul Pascoe held high score prize in bridge; Mrs. Guy Jones, second. The group presented Mrs Heuton with a housewarming gift. On Dec. 1 the group wil meet with Mrs. John Juergens The weekly euchre games at the GOLDEN CIRCLE club rooms attracted players for three tables. For the women Mrs. Rosina O'Tool won high and Mrs. Frances Long, second L. B. McFee was high for men and Vincent Ricke, second. Mrs. T. J. Kerwin entertainec the H. G. CLUB at her home At Vet's Day Dinner . . . American Legion officials and their guest speaker are shown at the annual Veteran's Day dinner Wednesday night at the Legion Hall. From left: Dale Bernholtz, Eighth district Boy Scout chairman; Mrs. Bernholtz, Auxiliary president; Mrs. Vincent Stangl, Eighth district president; State Rep. Charles E. Knoblauch; and Jerry Kokenge, post chhaplin. Knoblauch Speaks at Vets' Day Event State Rep. Charles E. Knoblauch spoke of the concerns of the American people, and especially of lowans, at the annual American Legion and Auxiliary Veterans' Day dinner Wednes- Thursday— Pateo Club, Tony's Restaurant Wa-tan-ye Club, Joe's Executive Club Neighborly 8 Club, Mrs. Myron bQTEi i PRETTY PLUSH TOYS AND LOVELY DOLL WARDROBES BEAUTIFUL BEAUTIFUL PLUSH TOYS, and what a selection. The biggest showing of plush dogs, cats, turtles, (giraffes, elephants, or what hove you in western Iowa. From siz.e for toddlers to hold to big four foot tall numbers in fine quality plush and terrific life-like colors. Come now. Priced from $100 ,.$2200 WARDROBE FOR HER DOLL Always a gift pleaser for girls with teen sfyle dolls. They'l fit Barbie, Stacy, Francie, Julia Twiggy and all the other dolls, dress shoes, scarfs, slacks anc tops and many others. 77c .-$129 CHRISTMAS CRAFTS TIME TO START MAKING BEAUTIFUL GIFTS And here we have a fabulous selection of materials from feather flowers to burlaps and plaster molds and ceramics and everything you need. Come now and start your Christmas Crafts. S TOYLAND AND GIFTS In Bicrl'i Parkway Furniture at tht loir Cdgt of Carroll on Highway 30 Rep. Knoblauch questioned whether a handful of students should dictate the policy of student affairs on campuses, such as the discontinuance of ROTC. He said that only about 2 to 5 per day evening at the Legion Hall, j cent of the students are agitators; the other 95 per cent want Calenda r Mrs. William Sievers Jokers Club, Baumhover Say Nine T's Club, Mrs. Gary Rutten E.S.P. Club, Mrs. Merl Pruett Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. Earl Thompson Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Julius Kanne 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Orville Reiman Friday— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus Golden Circle pinochle Saturday— D.A.R. Patriotic Tea, 2 p.m., Glidden Woman's Club Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. . Wednesday. Additional guests for the afternoon of pinochle were Mrs. F. J. Halbig and Mrs. Joe Danzer. At one table Mrs. B. A. Pille won high prize and Mrs. Danzer, second; at the other, high went to Mrs. F. A. Stark and second to Mrs. James McGrane, who will have the next party on Nov. 25. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the G.T.O.B. CLUB, at the home of Mrs. Louis W. Drees. High prizes at the two bridge tables were awarded to Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier and Mrs. Clem Rehker; Mrs. Earl Thompson received the traveling prize. Table decorations were in keeping with Veterans' Day. The club will meet next with Mrs. John Buchholz, Dec. 2. Housewarming For Heutons Sixteen friends of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton gathered at their new home on West 21st Street Wednesday night for a surprise housewarming party. The group presented the couple with a gift and also brought lunch. For entertainment, bridge was played in the basement family room. Mr. and Mrs. Heuton recently moved to their newly-built home from their farm northeast of Carroll. an education. The legislator was also concerned with the bombings of government buildings, and lawyers who are defending or advising draft dodgers. Knoblauch commended the Boys' State program sponsored by the Legion, and Girls' State, sponsored by the Auxiliary. In closing, he commented that this is the last Veterans' Day to be observed on Nov. 11, since next year it will be observed the last Monday in October, to provide a long weekend. Following the s p e e c h, the group of about 85 observed a moment of silence for their war dead while Mrs. Clem White played "Taps". During the ham and potluck dinner, Sr. Pat Sheridan and a group of senior girls from Kuemper High School entertained with a number of patriotic songs. Legion Commander Earl Berns was master of ceremonies for the program. Legion and Auxiliary officers were introduced by Commander Berns, and Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, Auxiliary president. In charge of dinner arrange* ments were Mrs. Ann Schueller, Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, Mrs. William Frank, Mrs. Henry P t i e s t e r, Mrs. Leonard Bromert, and Mrs. White. They were assisted by Boys' Staters. Table appointments featurec red, white and blue bows accenting candles in crysta stemmed glasses. Mrs. Josephine Reiling received the door prize donated by Prenger Furniture Store. Lutheran Circles Met On Wednesday Circles of St. Paul Lutheran Women's Guild held their monthly meetings Wednesday. "Christian Openness Under the Word" was Die lesson topic for each group. It pointed out that we often lack honesty with God and wear masks because of other people. We are afraid a revelation of our true natures would alienate us from our chosen associates. A committed Christian discards the mask becomes open, or honest, with himself and with God. The Guild's Christmas meeting will be held at the church fellowship hall on Dec. 3, starting with a potluck supper. On the next circle meeting date. Dec. 9, Eunice Circle will meet at 10 a.m. and have a potluck luncheon at Mrs. Kenneth Suhr's home; Martha and Mary Circle will meet jointly at the church in the afternoon; Ruth and Sarah Circle will meet and have a cookie exchange at Mrs. R. L. Schonberger's home in the evening. Nine mtmbtr* of Eunict Circle met at Mrs. Louie Bauer's home. Mrs. Timothy Koenig, member-at-large, was present; Mrs. Lloyd Franz is a new member. The topic was presented by Mrs. Koenig, who read excerpts from Keith Miller's book, "The Taste of New Wine". Mrs. Bauer and Mrs. Albert Janssen served coffee and breakfast breads from a table centered with bittersweet in a brown bowl. Meeting at Mrs. D o n a v o n Stanzyk's home were 13 members of Martha Circle and a guest, Mrs. Lillian Bell of Whittemore, who is visitng her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kunze and family. Mrs. William Anderson was co- hostess, serving dessert and coffee. The topic was presented by Mrs. Alfred Lehmberg. Nine members and Mrs. Koenig attended the afternoon meeting of Mary Circle at the home of Mrs. Russell Wunschel, who also conducted the business Personals KUEMPER BENEFIT DANCE — Saturday, Nov. 14 STARLINE - Leo Daeges Orchestra. Adv. OYSTER SUPPER - Sonday — Nov. 15 — Hamburgers, pie & etc. Serving to begin at 4:30. Everyone invited. IMMANUEL Lutheran Church, Lidderdale. Adv. Jean Bredie is coming to Carroll. Call 792-4858. Adv. BAKE SALE - Nov. 14 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. - IPS Bldg. (Student Nurses' Class of '71.) Adv. SMORGASBORD — Holy Angels Parish Hall - Roselle - Sunday, Nov. 15 - 4 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $2.00. Adv. Dec. 3 meeting. The topic leader for the evening was Mrs. Irving Bliss. The hostess served refreshments to the eight mem bers present. Mrs. Jerry Nichols was topic leader at the evening meeting of Ruth Circle at the home of Mrs. Norbert Kaspersen. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Harold Grundmeier, chairman. Nine members attended. Mrs. Denis Schirck, co- hostess, served dessert and coffee. Holiday Art Fair to Open At Denison DEN1SON — The Derrtson Arts Association is sponsoring a Holiday Art Fair here Nov. 2028, at the Denison House at the corner of Broadway and South 14th Street. Purpose of the event is to show or sell all types of arts and handicrafts; no commission will be charged for works sold, according to Barb Knudson, president of the association. Persons are encouraged to bring sculpture, painting, needlepoint, crochet or needlework to the fair. Articles for sale should have prices clearly marked; thosa for show will be tagged. All members of the Association and exhibitors and guests are invited to opening night, Nov. 19, at 7:30, for music and fun. On Nov. 20 and 27 the Fair will be open 10 a.m. until 9 p.m.; on Sunday, Nov. 22, from 1:30 until 4 p.m.; and other days from 10 a.m. until 5:30 p.m. It will be closed Thanksgiving Day. Registration dates are Nov. 16 and 17 from 2 until 5 and 7 until 9 p.m. Each exhibitor is to pick up any unsold works on Nov. 28 between 4 and 8 p.m. or to call 263-3044 or 263-5057 for other arrangements. The Denison House is a white brick section with black shutters by an alley, formerly Republican Headquarters. session. Mrs. L. H. was topic leader. McCullom Co-hostess was Mrs. Darrell Sunderman. A silent auction highlighted the meeting of Sarah Circle at Mrs. Kenneth Beckman's home. Proceeds will be used for purchasing laminated liturgy cards for men in combat. Plans were discussed for decorating for the COUGAR COUNTRY THE WORLD IS AT YOUR RNGERTIPS WHEN YOU'RE IN LOVE... When that special time comes and lie finally pops the question... be sute to call . Phone 792-3609 . 95 Attend Vet's Dinner (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — About 95 attended the American Legion and Auxiliary Veteran's Day Potluck dinner Wednesday evening at the Dedham Legion Hall. The Rev. Fr. Henry Meyer gave a short talk before the group of Legionnaires, Auxiliary members and their spouses. Legion Commander Jim Sporrer spoke on past wars. The Auxiliary displayed the gifts purchased for the veteran's gift shop in Des Moines and the pictures taken at the Golden Anniversary of Legion last March. Entertainment was provided after the meal. SEWING FOR CHRISTMAS? Shop our huge selection of Christmas fabrics . . . For Yule gifting, dressing, fun sewing, shop here at great savings! VELVET VELOUR VELVETEEN » BROCADE Surprise your loved one with a Christmas Gift Certificate from Fab-N-Trim. Wettgate Mall Carroll, Iowa Starts Friday For 5 Big Hilarious Days! CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL Continous Every Evening From 7 p.m. Saturday Matinee 2 p.m. Sunday Con- tinous From 1:15. Child 75e IT'S HERBIE AND THE JUNGLE SWINGERS! TOGETHER FOR THE FIRST TIME! WALT DISNEY Walt Disney PrtMflti Hunfle B^^^ ^^^BWP^^^^JBP^Br ^^ *• 4« tU ttriotf SUHHIHQ DEAN MICHEIE "Herbit" DAVID JONES LEE TOMLIHSON HACKETT «FLYNN e fW ,FONG „» GRANATEUI "-"••WSHoONDlGRAOl —BILL WALSH "ROBERT STEVENSON TKHWCOUHT

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