Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 13, 1970 · Page 14
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 14

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 13, 1970
Page 14
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CIuB Hears Reports of Convention Reports of the October convention of the Association of Wa-tan-ye Clubs, Inc., at Storm Lake featured the meeting of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club Thursday night at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant. Mrs. Charles Kuhlman and Mrs. Waldo McMinimee were delegates to the annual meeting of the business and professiona women's service organizaton Dorothy Grundmeier, president also gave a report of the "get acquainted" mixer party hosted by Carroll and Laurens clubs, which opened the convention. Miss Grundmeier presided at the 6:30 dinner meeting and Jed the Wa-tan-ye grace. Table decorations included an arrangement of red, gold and pink mums flanked by red candles and miniature turkeys. Mrs John Beyerink and Mrs. L. E. Timet Herofdf, CorrefT, To, Friday, Nov. 13, 1970 CAPRN^ [ LAKE CITY NOW SHOWING The last time Virgil Tibbs had. a day like this was "In The Heat of the Night" THEY CUL ME -MISTER TIBBS!" SIDNEY POWER [GP] COLOR •9® United Artists STARTS SUNDAY "THE » LANDLORD" United Artist!; Anderson were table hostesses. Members voted to donate to the Carroll County Retarded Children's fund drive and to the Jaycees' Christmas basket project. The club will make Thanksgiving favors to be de- lvered to shut-ins. The group is currently promoting the pre- holiday sale of pecans, an annual fund-raising project for service work. Perfect attendance certificates from the national association were presented to Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach and Neoma Hagge. Miss Grundmeier's name has been submitted to serve on the association's nominating committee for 1970-71. March 4, 1971, marks the 50th anniversary of Wa-tan-ye; and all clubs have been invited to a "golden birthday" party at Mason City, where the first club was organized in 1921. Club officers will be hostess for the Christmas dinner party, to be held Dec. 3 at Joe's Executive Club. To Marry . . . Mr. and Mrs. Carl Wiederin of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Joan and Larry Goetzinger, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goetzinger, also of Carroll. The wedding will be an event of Feb. 13 at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Church, Mt. Carmel. Calenda r Saturday— D.A.R. Patriotic Tea, 2 p.m., Glidden Woman's Club Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Christian Fellowship Society, 6:30 p.m. progressive dinner Monday— Rainbow Girls St. Lawrence Guild, 8 p.m. A.C.B. Club, Mrs. Art Bruch Tuesday- Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Kenneth Crouse STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerry Nichols H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Leiting Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Collison T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz Beulah Club Plans Party Plans for their annual Christmas party were discussed by members of Beulah Country Club Thursday afternoon. The club was entertained in the home of Mrs. T. G. Ralph and Nene Barr. The event is planned for Dec. 3. Following a 12:30 luncheon at Tony's Restaurant the women will go to Mrs. E. E. Osborne's home for a social afternoon and gift exchange. Mrs. Alfred Meyers, president, conducted the meeting, which she opened with a poem, "Today Is Yours". The rest of the afternoon was spent visiting and the hostesses served lunch. Elks Chorus Entertains at Ladies' Night About 88 members and wives attended the Methodist Men's Club Ladies Night meeting Thursday at the church Fellowship Hall. The Elk's Club Chorus, with Roger Hansen directing and Mrs. Don Severin accompanying, entertained the group with religious, patriotic and folk music. Duane Shriver, president, conducted the meeting. Jack Curry, vice-president, opened the meeting with prayer. Art Rogers served a turkey dinner. C. E. Mcllvain gave devotions and V. Stuart Perry was in charge of the program. The Rev. Dr. Ernest F. Martin gave the benediction. OYSTER SUPPER — Sunday — Nov. 15 — Hamburgers, pie & etc. Serving to begin at 4:30. Everyone invited. IMMANUEL Lutheran Church, Lidderdale. Adv. Thanksgiving Is Theme at Pateo Dinner A Thanksgiving and harvest theme was carried out at the November dinner meeting of Pateo Club Thursday evening in the Fireside Room of Tony's Restaurant. A candle arrangement centered the long table. Various otiher seasonal decorations were placed ait intervals; card tallies were pumpkins. On *he table committee were Mrs. Joe Deter man and Mrs. Wailter Seyller. Included in the group of 23 were three guests, Mrs. C. U. Fisher of Coon Rapids, Mrs. J. R. Grey and Mrs. Jewel Tooley. Mrs. Dean Fredrickson received the door prize. Mrs. Ew&ld Stock, president, conducted the business session during which several reports were given and action taken on amendments to club by-laws. Plans were made for the Dec. 10 Christmas meeting, to which Newcomers Club members are to be invited. There will be a $1.00 gift exchange and the women also are to bring gifits for Elks Initiate . . . Twelve men were initiated into Elk's Lodge No. 1637 in ceremonies here Thursday evening. The new initiates are, from left, seated, Leland Wiener, Carroll; Michael H. Thompson, Coon Rapids; Robert J. Trausch, Carroll; Thomas J. Minnihan, Lake City; and Ray Hacker, Car- —Staff Photo roll. Standing, left to right, Rev. Cleo Seuntjens, Dedham; Dr. Bruce Allan Lombard, Carroll; David Schroeder, Carroll; Donald H. Severin, Carroll; Robert J. Overmohle, Carroll; Ronald F. Eich, Carroll; and Kenneth Wictor. Sioux City. Personal Paragraphs KUEMPER BENEFIT DANCE - Saturday, Nov. 14 STARLINE — Leo Daeges Orchestra. Adv. KUEMPER BENEFIT DANCE - Saturday, Nov. 14 — STARLINE — Leo Daeges Orchestra. Adv. because of the serious illness and death of her uncle, Wilfred Ludwig. Also here were her sister, Marcia, and brother, Keith, who have returned to Cedar Falls and Ames, respectively. Holiday Fair, 11 to 4; Ham Luncheon $1.35, 11 to 1; Nov. 19 Methodist Church. Adv. Ensign Claudia Ludwig, USN, has returned to Boston, Mass., after visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ludwig, coming especially teen-age boys or girls for the Jaycee-sponsored community Christmas baskets. Pateo Club also will provide baskets for two needy Carroll families. Following adjournment the SMORGASBORD — Holy Angels Parish Hall — Roselle — Sunday, Nov. 15 — 4 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $2.00. Adv. Jean Brodie is comng 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 evening was spent playing cards. Mrs. Grey won high and Mrs. Fisher, second, at bridge; Mrs. Tooley, high at court whist. OF CARROLL "Y> on the Mall in downtown Carroll VYO^ new ELLERBROEK'S of Carroll will soon be ready for you to see We will be moving this weekend from our ugly stores on 5th Street to our beautiful new store on the Westgate Mall. We have scheduled our Grand Opening for Thursday November 19th, an event you won't want to miss. To get ready for this event, we will be closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. Women are Hostesses to Card Groups The EIGHT O'CLOCK Club met Thursday for dinner and bridge at the Carroll Country Club, where Mrs. Earl B. Thompson was hostess. Her additional guests for the evening were Mrs. C. F. Reilly and Mrs. O. H. Juergens. Mrs. Juergens, Mrs. W. H. Carpenter and Mrs. E. M. Jacobs received score prizes. The next hostess, on Nov. 24, will be Mrs. Earl V, Connors. Mrs. Frank H e r b e r s was a Thursday afternoon hostess, entertaining the H. H. CLUB at her home. Winning pinochle prizes were Mrs. George Masching, high; Mrs. Ed Miller, second high and high bid; and Mrs. Peter Hausman, traveling. The next party will be at Mrs. ] Masching's, Nov. 23. Meeting for bridge Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. ( Julius Kanne were members of POMPTAE SOMATEO Club. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Lyle Thelen, Mrs. James I Aitken and Mrs. Arthur Hulsing. On Dec. 1 the club will meet I with Mrs. Thelen. Mrs. Gerald Baumhover and Mrs. Calvin Bliss were guests other than members at the JOK-. ERS Club party Thursday night at Mrs. William Baumhover's | home. Co-hostess was Mrs. William McCarville. At bridge, Mrs. Jerry Christensen won high prize; Mrs. Gerald Baumhover, second; and Mrs. Jerry Wilson, low. On Dec. 3 the women will go out for dinner and j play bridge at Mrs. Christensen's. A fall theme was featured in tallies and table decorations at the 2-4-T CLUB party Thursday night at the home of Mrs. Orville Reiman. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. Art Reinart; second, Mrs. Lewis Voyles; and| traveling, Mrs. Wilbur Lappe. The next party will be Nov. 19, \ with Mrs. A. W. Smith as hos- te. Joint Meeting For 2 Guilds Members of Holy Spirit Women's Guild have been invited to meet with St. Lawrence Ladies Guild in the St. Lawrence Yender Auditorium next Monday, Nov. 16, at 8 p.m. Theme for the meeting will be "The Bible'*. A panel discussion led by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff will highlight the program. Women attending are urged to take old or interesting Bibles to the meeting for a contest. A social hour will conclude the evening. Plan Coffees and Tours at Health Center Several additional afternoon coffees and tours of the recently opened Carroll Health Center are being planned, according to Mrs. Basil Bergquist, activities and social services director. On Nov. 23, the staff of the Social Services Department in Carroll will be the guests of the Health Center staff. Ruth Evans is the drector of the Social Services Department. The staffs of Carroll Manor, with administrator Mrs. Daryl Winker; Foley Rest Home, Mrs. Ed Foley; Harms Custodial Home, Mrs. Emma Harms; Spieker Nursing Home, Mrs. Leo Spieker; and Perry Rest Home, Mrs. Bernard Perry; will tour the new facilities and visit with staff members. Following coffee and an informal discussion period, A. L. Schluter, administrator, will speak and conduct the tours. The staff of the St. Anthony Hospital and Francis Faye, director of nursing, were guests at the Carroll Health Center Tuesday. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Doug McClure "BACKTRACK" Trampas has an uncanny knack for winning., especially with his own dice, but it's snake-eyes when his focus falls on a pretty bar fly. at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke John Newell and Pete Taylor 7 O'CLOCK MOVIE 'id li Anthony Quinn GUNS OF NAVARONE Gregory Peck and David Niven co-star in this highly j I acclaimed film rated "one of | I the greatest high adventures j \ ever produced" by critics al over the world. TV ,vRNT» DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL Now Thru Tuesday Continuous Evenings from 7 Saturday Matinee 2 P.M. Continuous Sunday from ] :15 Howl with Herbie... bounce with Baloo! TOGETHER FOR THE J J^ FIRST TIME! Walt Disney liiel TECHNICOLOR*

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