Children's Book Week is Nov. 15-21 November 15 through 21 has been designated as Children's Book Week. The theme this year is "This is the age of the book." ft is expressed ably in a poem by Myra Livingston which appears on special bookmarks which are available in the children's room of the Carroll Public Library. Shirley Brickman, children's librarian, would like to invite all the children in the Carroll area to stop in and look over the Library's selection of books. More than flOO new books have been added to the children's library since January 1. Children's Book Week would be a good time to acquaint your -children with the adventures IT. in reading. Library cards are " available to all children kinder-- garten age or older and younger 1". children are encouraged to bor- —• row books on their parents card. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Niehaus Golden Year To be Noted by Niehauses Calendar d Monday— ARCADIA — Mr. and Mrs. j Rainbow Girls Henry Niehaus of Arcadia will; St. Lawrence Guild, 8 p.m. Progressive Dinner for Church Group A feature of the November meeting of the Christian Fellowship Society of St. Paul Lutheran Church was a five-course progressive dinner. Starting with punch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reese Abbe, the group of 46 members and 12 guests were served hors d'oeuvres at Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Schonberger's home. After salads at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Heuton, the main course was served at the church fellowship hall, where the business session and program were held. The evening ended with dessert at Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wunschel's home. Guest couples, all of whom joined the Society, included the Lloyd Franzes, John Reibelings, Arlo Bucks, James Bertrams, David Brysons and Merl Pruetts. In the business meeting conducted by Mr. Abbe, president. DAR. Recognizes Good Citizen Girls ;. TO MEET EARLIER ;;_ The Carroll County Democra- - tic Women will meet one week -. early, Thursday, Nov. 19, for ; a 7 p.m. dinner meeting at Satinders Steak House in Man.... ning. Templeton Ladies will - be hostesses. Main business - during the meeting will be to ....nominate and elect officers for - Ihe women's club for the year . beginning Jan. 1. A social evening is planned following the meeting. For reservations, call . Mrs. Earl Wittrock at 792-2663. observe their 50th wedding anni- A c B d^ Mrs. Art Bruch i $ 10 00 was vo t e d toward the Lu- versary on Sunday, Nov. 22. \ ' . . . Events will begin with a 10 Tuesday- .m. mass in St. John's Church, j Legion Auxiliary ^here their wedding took place ; Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Kenneth Nov. 22, 1920. All relatives and i Grouse , . friends are invited to an open j STOP Club. 7 p.m., Standard house, to be held from two until i Farm Center four o'clock in the parish hall. Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. Jerry Nichols H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Lett- MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 John Wayne "FIGHTING SEABEES" Susan Hayward co-stars in the formation of the tough Seabees, and their operation in the Pacific, close to Japanese lines. At 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crummer and Pete Taylor TV KRNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL Mr. and Mrs. Niehaus are ;he parents of five living children, including Leroy, Mrs. Kenneth (Arlene) Schroeder and Ralph of Arcadia, Mrs. Lawrence (Mary Ann) Sibenaller of Carroll and Roland of Omaha, Neb. They have 17 grandchildren. The couple requests no anniversary gifts. Hosts After Baby's Baptism Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wenck entertained at their home in Carroll Sunday afternoon in honor of the baptism of their infant daughter, Tiffini Christine. The baby, born Oct. 31 at St. Anthony Hospital, was baptized by the Rev. James C. McAlpin at St. Lawrence Church. Godparents were her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Rothmeyer of Glidden. Guests afterward besides the Rothmeyers were Tiffini's paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wenck, of Carroll; great-grandparents, Mrs. Lucy Rothmeyer of Maple River and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cunningham of Carroll; also Mr. and Mrs. Joe Reis and Kaylynne of Odebolt. Mrs. Bill Eckard of Carroll, Robert Wenck, Kathy Erickson and Mrs. Mae Barth, Fort Dodge; and the Rev. Richard Birdsall 61 Maple River. The Wencks' son, Trenton, also was present. Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Colli- Ends Tuesday Walt Disney's "THE LOVE BUG 1 "JUNGLE BOOK 1 son T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Glenn Bern- hollz Players 8 Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle Town and Country Club, Mrs. Cyril Wessling Community Club, Mrs. Ed Lenz M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Ernest Kroeger Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Frank Daley Dealers 9 Club, Mrs. Gene Heithoff Golden Circle bridge Wednesday- Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Edward Reardon County Legion Auxiliary, Glidden Trinity Guild, Mrs. Edward S. White U.P.W. Circles: Morning, Mrs. Robert Barels; Afternoon, church undercroft; Evening, Mrs. Robert Woodhouse Flower and Garden Club, Mrs. Archie Jones W.B.'s Club, Mrs. James Grettenberg Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lambert Kardettes Club, Mrs. Richard Beck High Bidders Club, Mrs. James Wieland Parkview Players Club, Mrs. Norman Hutcheson Golden Circle euchre Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman Mrs. Mary Johannes, former Carroll resident, left Friday for her home at Anchorage, Alaska. She had spent six months visiting her brother, sisters and other relatives and friends in the Carroll area, and a niece and nephew in Chicago and New York. She also was here for the Nov. 7 wedding of Donna Forke and Leo Billmeier. theran Hour float to be entered in the Rose Bowl parade on New Year's Day; a like amount each for the County Home Christmas party and the community Christmas baskets for the needy; and $25.00 to the Lutheran Laymen's League. The program was a filmstrip concerning abortion. Group discussion followed the presentation. On the committee for the evening were the Schonbergers, Ted Kroghs, Kenneth Suhrs and Charles Smiths. On Dec. 13 the Society will have a Christmas potluck, at the church. Four area senior high school girls selected for the annual "Good Citizen" award of Priscilia Alden chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, were given recognition at the chapter's patriotic tea Saturday afternoon. The girls and their mothers were special guests at Personals Holiday Fair, 11 to 4; Ham Luncheon $1.35, 11 to 1; Nov. 19 Methodist Church. Adv. Seven members of the Presbyterian Church Youth Fellowship attended Presbyterian Day Saturday at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake. The group, which included Linda Conrad, Barbara Jessen, Julie Evans, Deanna Peters, James Jessen, Jeff Petersen and David Olson, were accompanied by the Rev. Allan M. Peterson and Mrs. Clifford Peters. They toured the campus and were guests of the college for lunch. In the afternoon, they saw the play, 'Look Homeward, Angel." More than 100 students attended Presbyterian Day activities. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. E. E. Zimmerman were her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Seven are Guests at Club Event Seven guests were in a group of about 40 attending the weekly meeting of the Golden Circle Club Saturday night at the clubrooms. A potluck supper preceded the games of pinochle and euchre. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Nieland, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Sievers and Mrs. Susan Steinkamp, all of Breda, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Stangl of Dedham. It was announced that four club members are hospitalized: Harry Laurinat and Ben Schenkelberg, in Omaha; Phil Lenz, in Sioux City; and Mrs. Louise Greteman, in Rochester. Hostesses for the evening were Mrs. Mathilda Thelen and Mrs. Julia Witwer. A number of card prizes were awarded. At the four-hand pinochle tables, Mrs. Stangl won high and Mrs. Thelen, second, for the women; Oscar Heider and L. B. McFee, high and second for the men; and Mrs. Nieland, traveling. At a three-hand table, Joe Sander won high and Oliver Deming, second. Mr. Sander held a hand which included a fill, double pinochle and four jacks. Two tables of euchre also were in play, with Vincent Ricke, Mrs. Rosina O'Tool and Mrs. William Meshek winning the prizes. and Mrs. Ted Kubicek of Cedar Rapids. They were en route home after visiting their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bear and baby son in Des Moines, and friends in Omaha. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Nine Carroll area residents were among the more than 500 persons attending the 24th annual meeting of the American Cancer Society, Iowa Division, Saturday at the Hotel Savery in Des Moines. Those attending from the Carroll area were the Rev. Richard Macke of Roselle, Carroll County chairman; Mary Berger, 1971 Crusade chairman; Mr. and Mrs. John J. Ragal- ler; Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners of Halbur; Mrs. Dale Textor; Mrs. Doris Snyder and Mrs. Rita Hogan. Sessions on different phases of the Cancer Society were held throughout the day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McKone, Mr. and Mrs. G. Arthur Minnich Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Romayne Huffman arid Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Hudson have returned from San Francisco, Calif., where they attended the U.S. Savings and Loan League National Convention last week. Jean Brodie is coming to Car the event, held at the Glidden Woman's Club. They include Mo n i c a Balk (Kuemper), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Balk; Kristee Evans (Carroll Community), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Evans; Margaret Rich (Glidden-Ralston), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Rich; and Linda Walker (Scranton), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Walker. Each received a "Good Citizen" pin. Introducing the girls and their mothers from their respective towns were Mrs. Walter Anneberg of C a r r o 11, Mrs. George Steigerwalt of Glidden and Mrs. B. E. Friend of Scranton. The girls were selected by school faculties for their qualifications as good citizens of their schools. They will now be eligible to compete for the state D.A.R. "Good Citizen" title by completing an American history-type quiz and submitting their credentials. One "Good Citizen" is chosen by each state to attend the national D.A.R. meeting, the Continental Congress, in Washington, D.C. The Iowa representative will receive a $100.00 bond. Saturday's meeting was attended by 25 members and guests. Regular business was ransacted and Mrs. W. I. Ealy if Glidden presented the program, which was a series ol slides depicting the dresses worn by the wives and hostesses of the Presidents of the United States, from Martha Washington jo the present time. Coffee and dessert were served at the close of the afternoon. Hostesses, all from Scran- Mrs. Sew up a color TVfor just'QQ (with a little help from OneTouch Sewing) This week only! Buy the newest Golden Touch & Sew* sewing machine by Singer—get a portable color TV for just $99 more. It's a great double-take! The TV set regularly sells for $199.95. Save over $100 on this SINGER* portable color TV. With 11" diagonal screen, "Instant On" picture in true-to-life color. The Golden Touch &Sew* zig-zag machine brings you the new ease of One Touch Sewing. With 9 stretch stitches, exclusive Push-Button Bobbin, built-in buttonholer and lots more. Sew up your color-TV-for-$99 deal. But hurry—this special offer ends Saturday, t SINGER What'i Kitjor tomorrow ItatSIHGER today t IThis offer good through Nov. 21,1970 at all Singer Sewing Centers in U. S. A. (except where prohibited or restricted). Offer applies only to Model 750 machine as portable with case or in any cabinet. t The Singer 1 to 36' Credit Plan helps you have these values now-within xaur budget For address of Singer Sewing Center nearest you, see white pages under SINGER COMPANY •A Trademark U Tr* «NG£R COMPANY roll. Call 792-4858. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schools and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Boyce, all of Carroll, attended the 10th Grand Counselor evenl of the season in the State ol Iowa Saturday. They attended Grand Counselor Day activities of the Capital City Council No 722 and Auxiliary No. 180 of the United Commercial Travelers of America. The program included a noon luncheon a the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Butler, meetings of the Counci and Auxiliary, and a banquel and entertainment in the evening. Mr. Schoofs is Gram Counselor; Mr. Boyce, Granc Chaplain; and Mrs. Schoofs Grand Sentinel. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maher arrived Sunday night from Beeville, Tex., to spend two weeks in the home of his parents, Mr and Mrs. Martin J. Maher, and also to visit her parents, Mr and Mrs. Franklin Pietig. Mr Maher is an air traffic controller at Chase Naval Air Base at Beeville. K _ . . ? FILM FREE with each order of develop* ing and printing of black and white or Kodacolor film. J 20% Off on developing and printing of ilidei and movie film. S ERNETT Family Center . XT™ Circle Elects New Oficcrs Pretty Foxy If this style catches on, foxes will be in big trouble. It's a hooded cape made of Russian fox fur. Mrs. Becker at Funeral in Illinois (Times Herald News Service) CARNARVON - Mrs. nie Becker, in company Min- with on, were Mrs. Friend, John Powers and Mrs. Paul Robson. The next event for the chapter will be a 12:30 guest day uncheon at Tony's Restaurant in Carroll on Dec. 12, with Mrs. W. H. Gordon and Mrs. Steigerwalt of Glidden as hostesses. luest speaker will be Mrs. Henry Wallace of Des Moines, national defense chairman, whose subject will be "Responsible Citizenship". Party Given for Stevenses A group of friends had a housewarming party Sunday for Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stevens at their home at 110 East llth Street. The couple moved back to Carroll recently from Ogden. Participating in the surprise courtesy were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hansen of Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. William M e s h e k of Dedham, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Neppl of Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Van Valkenburg, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hillyer and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyers, Carroll. The social evening began with a 5:30 potluck dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Stevens were presented with a gift from the group. OPEN HOUSE The public is invited to attend open house at the Women's relatives, attended the funeral of a cousin in Illinois over the weekend. Mrs. Minnie Becker entertained the Pinochle Club in her home Wednesday afternoon. Guests and visitors in the Jack Fogerty home Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Alvis of Huxley. (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - The Nov. 2 meeting of Zion Evening Circle featured election of officers. Judy Bunz was elected president; Neva Hinncrs, treasurer; Eileen Stoelk, executive board member and Sue Puck, Christian Growth chairman. The discussion topic was "How then can I be saved?" Christian Growth chairman Gen Baker read a topic on "Thanksgiving in October". Several reports on the mission congress at Atlantic were heard. Dorothea Schrum reported on the California and Nevada district; Hila Fischer on New Guinea. President Genelle Kienast conducted the business meeting. Judy Bunz gave a brief report on the Christian Growth workshop she attended. Gladys Sonksen gave a summary of a meeting held at the Lutheran Home in Fort Dodge. Charlotte Fischer reported on church cleaning. The evening circle will serve a Jaycees dinner at 7 p.m. Nov. 18. The dinner was discussed and planned and members asked to assist. Janice Monson and Judy Bunz will meet with the Mission Board. The December meeting will be a Christmas potluck at 7 p.m. Coffee coupons are to be turned in. Doris Rutz and Alberta Grimm were sealed at the birthday and anniversary table. Hostesses for December will be Luella Gruhn, Neva Hinners, Helga Book, Eileen Stoelk and Jessie Pfannkuch. RIDE BIKES DENVER (AP) — Juvenile Court Judge Ted Rubin, court referee John Babbs and Keith Watson, a deputy public defender, all ride bicycles to work. Schrads Entertain in Son's Honor (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Alro Schrad and family entertained at a Sunday dinner recently in their home honoring Alan Schrad, who had made his First Holy Communion at St. Mary's Church with the Rev. Edward Fandel presiding at the mass. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schrad, Don and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Winker and Glenn, and Mr. and Mrs. Lenus Schulte and family. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Yepsen, Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Gary Dooley. Denver, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Alvis, Huxley were among weekend visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lee. Someone's birthday' coming up? Make it a happy one.. ! . send a Hallmark card from our collection. STONE'S 110 W. 6th — Carroll Reformatory, Sunday, Nov. Rockwell City, 22, between the hours of 1:30 and 4:30 p.m., Laurel L. Rans, superintendent, announced Monday. Cookies and coffee will be served to all visitors. California's Napa V a 11 e y is about 50 miles long, extending north from San Pablo Bay to the foot of 4,343-foot Mt. St. Helena. anew parent isn't The Hostess brings useful gifts for both parents and baby, Call her today! Phont 792-3609 • • • • • • • • FOR PEOPLE WHO WANT TO START CHANGING THINGS. Things seem to be a mess. You'd like to do something about it. But you don't know how to begin. OK. That's what our little booklet, "How One Town Put Its Faith To Work," is all about. It describes what actually happened when a group of concerned people decided to make their town a better place—for everybody. Maybe this will prove to be just the push you need. We'd like to send you a free copy. Just send us your name and address. Religion in American Life 475 Fifth Avenue New York, N.Y. 10017 Name- Address— City. State. Published as a public service In cooperation with Th» Advertising Council, Religion in American Life and the Inttr national Ne*ip«por Adverting Executives.
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