Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 17, 1970 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 17, 1970
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Initiation is Planned by Rainbow Girls Plans for formal initiation were made at a regular meeting of Assembly No. 50, Order of Rainbow for Girls, Monday at the Masonic Temple. It will be held at 7 p.m., Dec. 7, and practice is set for 1 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5. The school of instruction which had been scheduled for Dec. 5, with Mrs. Bea Gran of Storm Lake in charge, has been cancelled. Pattie Hartzell, worthy advi sor, conducted the meeting. She .was attired in her new Rainbov jumper, which is lavender Other members are in the pro .cess of having their uniform jumpers made, in various Rain bow colors. It was voted tha new formals be made from the - same pattern, in floor-length of white crepe. New officers Normals are to be of this type and others may change as they desire or outgrow their presen dresses, and it is expected tha the entire formal switch wil be completed in about three .years, according to the mother ^advisor, Mrs. Gene Vincent '""The formal jumpers will be •worn with simple white blouses Appointed as pro-tern officers for the rest of the present term _ -were Robyn Martin, musician; '"'Julie Peterson, drill leader; .Marlene White, love; Deanna ' -Peters, immortality. The cartons of Rainbow candy "••which the girls will be selling • 4iave arrived and were distri- : 'buted at the meeting. Four " - kinds are available. It was announced that a pro- J;;;ficiency class examination wil] be held at the Dec. 21 meeting. •jtSf .. •• ° Tlm«» Herald, Carre!!, Io Tuesday, Nov. 17, 1970 THANKSGIVING CARDS STONE'S Printers — Stationers K. of C. Bldg Carroll Winter Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Leonard F. Bromert of Carroll announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Ruth to Gordon W. Sather, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Sather of Yankton, S. D. The wedding will take place Feb. 20 at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll. Nut Products To Be Sold by Scout Troops Junior, Cadette and Senior Girl Scouts of the Lakota Girl Scout Council, to which all Carroll area Gage Win Neighborhood Scouts belong, will be conducting a door-to-door nut product sale Nov. 20 through 30. Scouts will be selling peanut crunch and mixed nuts, which both sell for $1 per package. They are vacuum packed to remain fresh throughout the holiday season, or as long as you wish to store them. Girl Scout officials suggest these make nice Christmas gifts, and are ideal for mailing overseas. Each package the girls sell will earn 10 cents for their own troop • treasury. With these funds, they carry out their troop program of camping, outdoor hikes and cooking, community service projects, troop trips to places of interest and other Girl Scout badge and challenge projects. Gage Win Scouts will use some of these funds to buy additional day camp equipment. Local chairmen of the nut product sale are Mrs. John lapper, Auburn; Mrs. Howard Klahn, Carroll; Mrs. Ray Colins, Scranton; Mrs. Vernal Hanson, Lake View; Mrs. Wade eorge, Coon Rapids; Mrs. Jan VlcConnell, Manning; and Mrs. Ashton McCrary, Lake City. Wool Competition Winners are Named Winners in the District 4 "Make It Yourself With Wool" competition held Saturday at Denison have been announced by Mrs. Andrew Sharp of Arion, district director. There were 117 entries. Jeralyn Jacobsen of Harlan, won first in the Sub-deb division for a jumper. Winner in the Junior division for a two-piece suit was Mari Rehm, Sac City; al- Personals Holiday Fair, 11 to 4; Ham Luncheon $1.35, 11 to 1; Nov. 19 Methodist Church. Adv. Guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. McNaughton have been his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey McNaughton of Quincy, 111. They arrived Friday afternoon left Monday. and Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Mrs. Lawrence Ortner of Vancouver, Wash., and her sister, Mrs. Howard Snyder of Eugene, Ore., are visiting Carroll relatives. They came especially to visit their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tacke, who is ill at St. Anthony Hospital; trey are staying at Mrs. Tacke's home. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. John Vander- leiden attended a meeting of the Harlan Kiwanis Club Monday night as guest of their son, John Jr., who is the Harlan club's wrestling meet director. The program featured a talk by the junior high wrestling coach and a film of a Kiwanis wrestling meet in 1969. Harlan club wrestlers will hold a meet in March, Jean Brodie it coming to Car•oil. Call 7924858. Adv. EUCHRE CLUB MET DEDHAM — Mrs. Nettie itangl entertained the Euchre /lub at her home here. Winning irizes were Mrs. Rose Sporrer, ligh; Mrs. Delia Irlbeck, sec- Mid; and Mrs. Haubrich, low. Make Her Christmas Whiter With a New Maytag MAYTAG ^.H ALO - OF-HE AT* Dryers Fast dry clothes at low temps. ternate winner was Darlene Conover of Holstein, also a two- piece suit. Two-piece suits also won first in the Senior division for Beth Bauerle of Harlan and alternate placing for Mary Sonnichsen of Denison. In the adult division, Mrs. Richard Peterson of Anthon placed first for a dress; alternate winner in this division was Mrs. Dwayne Rydberg of Schaller, for a two-piece suit. A number of special awards were given, as follows: School with most entires judged and modeled in the fashion show: Ar-We-Va. Four-H Club with most entries judged and modeled in the fashion show: Happy Helpers, Crawford County; Happy Heart, Sac County; Manning Cadets, Carroll County. Two three-generations: Mrs. Clarence Neville, her daughter Mrs. Cecelta Groth and her two daughters Coleen, a sub-deb, and Patricia, a junior, all from Moville; Mrs. Helca Beach of Sac City, her daughter Mrs. Dwayne Rydberg and Darla, a sub-deb of Schaller. Mothers with two daughters: Mrs. Robert Joy and daughters Linda, a senior, and Kathleen a junior of Missouri Valley. Mothers with one daughter: Mrs. Geri Jacobsen and Jeralyn, a sub-deb, of Harlan; Mrs. Loren Pratt and DeAnn, a senior of Wall Lake; Mrs. Virgil Christensen and Debbie, a junior, of Harlan; Mrs. Alfred Schmidt and Cynthia, a senior of Schaller. Sisters: Peggy and Diane Sibbel of Manning; Linda and Joan Beaman of Deloit. Door Prizes: Visitors: Mrs. Stella Smith, Denison, and Mrs. Roy Deiber, Denison. Contestants: DeAnn Pratt, Wall Lake. Courtesy for Future Bride A prenuptial shower at St. Mary's parish hall at W i 11 e y Sunday afternoon honored Darlene Schon, the Nov. 21 bride- elect of Jim Eich. Hostesses were aunts of the bride-elect. About 30 guests attended. Miss Schon's colors, yellow and green, were displayed on the gift table, which was centered with a bride doll. Bingo was played for entertainment and prizes were awarded. Lunch was served after Miss Schon and her fiance had opened the gifts. Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. George A. Bayer of Carroll announce the engagement of their daughter Pam to Curt Hallem, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Schoenherr of Brandon, S. D. ^\rf^rf^-**^v^\xx^s-^«^w*w-^^^%»i-w^rv^v^s^^^,^ Calendar Tuesday- Legion Auxiliary Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Kenneth Grouse 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 Players 8 Club, Mrs. Robert Overmohle Town and Country Club, Mrs. Cyril Wessling Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Frank Daley Dealers 9 Heithoff Club, Mrs. Gene SCS CLUB TO MEET (Times Herald News Service) WALL LAKE - SCS Club will meet Monday, Nov. 23, at the home of Mrs. Jack Nuetz- man. IN DENISON HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Mrs. Anna Herrmann fell Saturday evening, Nov. 7, and suffered a broken wrist. She entered Crawford County Memorial Hospital in Denison on Nov. 8. 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 Beck Area Women Nominated for F. B. Posts Mrs. Berle Miller of Temple ton was renominated Monda; afternoon as chairman of th state Farm Bureau women'. District 4, during the women's business session of the Iowa Farm Bureau's 52nd annua convention in Des Moines. MRS. Herbert Johnson o Charles City was renominate( for a third two-year term as state chairman. Nominated as one of nine vot ing delegates to the American Farm Bureau women's annua meeting in Houston, Tex., Dec 6-10, was Mrs. Lawrence Wittry of Arcadia. The nominations for chairmen and delegates will be presentet to the voting delegate session Wednesday morning, where ratification takes place anc their election becomes official. Entertains for Future Bride Mrs. Rick Annunzio gave a bridal shower Sunday for her sister, Debbie Burgart, at the home of their mother, Mrs. Agnes Burgart. Miss Burgart will become the bride of Robert Magner of Lake City on Nov. 28. Green and white, chosen colors of the future bride, were featured in shower decorations. A miniature bride and groom centered the table. Bingo was played for entertainment. Twenty guests were present from Carroll, Guthrie Center, Lake View and Wall Lake. Club, Mrs. Richard PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE provides wrinkle-removing conditioning period after clothes are dried — means less ironing. O a gentle circle of low, even heat means soft virtually wrinkle-free clothes in minimum time. Saves Ironing. MOVIE TONIGHT! at 10:30 Model DE90 ONLY $15900 REVOLVING LINT FILTER is highly efficient Filters 100% of exhaust air. Snaps in. Snaps out. Cleans easily. • Full Opening Safety Door • Urge Capacity Drum • Snag. Free Porcelain Enameled Drum • Convection Cooled Cabinet • 3-Way Venting • WEDNESDAY NITE SPECIAL FREE WHAT A SPECIAL We will furniih FREI, oil the moteriol* for initollotion of your MAYTAG HALO OF HEAT DRYER IF YOU BUY WEDNESDAY NIGHT- Don't wait ... No down payment, no payment! until January. DREES PLUMBING HEATING APPLIANCES OPEN WEDNESDAY AND FRIDAY NIGHTS Bob Cummingt "5 GOLDEN DRAGONS" Bob's • playboy who walks blindly into a complicated Hong Kong smuggling ring— and can't walk out. Brian Donlevy co-stars. (Color). At 10 : 30 tonight following Rust Van Dyke) Craig Crummor and Ptt« Taylor TV XRNT • DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll High Bidders Club, Mrs. James Wieland Parkview Players Club, Mrs. Norman Hutcheson Golden Circle euchre Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lester Schleisman Thursday— Interfaith Bible Study, 9:30 a.m. Presbyterian Church Democratic Women. 7 p.m. dinner, Saunders Cafe, Manning Young Adults Club, KG Hall Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Country Club Newcomers Club, Tony's Restaurant B.L.B.F. Club, Mrs. Louis Kroeger New Deal Schoofs Club, Mrs. Louis N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Wilbur Sing- sank T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Fred Deierling 2-4-T Club, Mrs. A. W. Smith L. or L. Club, Mrs. Vernon Auen Slamettes Club, Mrs. Ronald DeLance E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan 8 C's Club, Mrs. Edwin Tigges Finessettes Club, Mrs. Lee Vial C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Donald Nelson 8-4-Fun Club, Mrs. Harold Jensen Variety Club, Mrs. John Bennett Debate Team Wins Third Place Trophy The Carroll Community School Varsity Debate Team won the third place trophy in the Hawkeye Invitational Debate meet Saturday at Sioux City, George H. Fair, high school principal, announced Monday. The affirmative team, Derrith Thomas and Carolyn Jones, were undefeated and received separate awards. The Debate Team's overall record was five wins and one loss. Although the novice team had no wins, they were respectable in their performance, James Knott, team coach, said. Assistant speech instructor, David Nieland, also accompanied the group to the debate. Those on the novice team are Tad Skinner, Jerry Nelson, Nathan Fair, Terry Hulsebus, Randy Meals and Kenny Sides. The Hawkeye Invitational is sponsored by all s c h o o 1 s in Sioux City with schools attending from Iowa, Nebraska, South Dakota and Minnesota. MOVING CAN BE A REAL HEADACHE! For fast relief call thi Hostess. Phone 792-3609 Yau'llli {lid yiu dill Housewarming for o the Harold Irlbecks Mr. and Mrs. Harold Irlbeck of Templeton were honored at a house warming party Sunday evening, given by a group of their neighbors. Participating were Mr. and Mrs. Felix Irlbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Sylvester Irlbeck, Mrs. Anna Langel and son Gerald, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Langel, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Rohe, Mr. and Mrs. Alois Irlbeck, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steffes, Mr. and; Mrs. John Schultes and Mr. and I Mrs. Herbert Klocke. The group brought lunch and presented the couple with a purse. Cards were played for entertainment. Emphasis on Bible At Guilds' Meeting A joint meeting of St. Lawrence Ladies Guild and Holy Spirit Women's Guild, held Monday night in the St. Lawrence Vender Auditorium, was keyed to the Bible. The program, under direction of Mrs. Frank Reibold and Mrs. Robert Bruner, was a discussion of the Bible led by the Rt. Rev. Msgr. Henry B. Karhoff and the Rev. James C. McAlpin. Many old and interesting Bibles IN HOSPITAL (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE - Mrs. Gilmore Gottsch entered St. Anthony Hospital at Carroll Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 10, and underwent surgery Thursday morning. These Stores on WESTGATE MALL OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHTS Till 9 p.m. Park in tht Ntw Spacioui Parking Lot Opposite West Entrance Coast to Coast Store S ERNETT FAMILY CINTIR New Officers Of Mariners Are Installed . GLIDDEN - The 1971 officers oif the Glidden Presbyterian Mariners were installed by the Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Bosman Sunday evening at a regular meeting in the Presbyterian Center. They include Mr. and Mrs. Gerden Graves, skippers; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wheeler, first mates; Mr. and Mrs. Don Hansen, logkeepers; and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Shadle, pursers. Mrs. Mary Clausen was a juest in addition to 22 members. Thanksgiving devotions were given by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hartwigsen, and Mrs. Shadle sang "Thanks Be to God", accompanied by Mrs. Paul Conner. Refreshments were served by Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lindsay, Mr. and Mrs. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen and Mr. and Mrs. Shadle. On Dec. 6 the club will have an anniversary dinner meeting at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant in Carroll. Double Four Is Entertained The Double Four Club met 'or bridge Monday night in the home of Mrs. Zita Hulsebus. Her guests other than mem- >ers were Mrs. Paul Scheching- er and Mrs. Betty Hoehl, each of whom received a gift. Winners of the score prizes were Mrs. Ed Pietig, high; Mrs. Schechinger, second; and Mrs. A. G. Schrad, traveling. The next hostess will be Mrs. Donald Danner, on Nov. 23, Bridge Club Met Monday Mrs. Art Bruch of Arcadia mtertained the A.C.B. Club at *ier home Monday. Additional guests for the evening of bridge were Mrs. Robert Wolterman and Mrs. Wilbert Lussman. High score prize was awarded o Mrs. Edward Fasbender and econd to Mrs. Gary Kunecke; he hostess won third. The next aarty will be at Mrs. Kunecke's,! Vov. 30. ! were on display, and there was a display of Bibles and Bible- related books from the Carroll Public Library, through courtesy of Gordon Wade, librarian. A prize for the oldest Bible was awarded to Mrs. Robert Feldmann, and another for the most interesting, to Mrs. John Hannasch. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Joe Determan, president of the St. Lawrence organization, following a seven o'clock mass. Reports were given by members of both Guilds — Mrs. Reibold, Mrs, Matt Hugeback and Mrs. Determan — on the National Council of Catholic Women meeting held recently in Minneapolis, Minn. Mrs. A. J. Polking informed the churchwomen of the International Affairs commission project of raising $100.00 to be sent to earthquake-damaged areas of Peru. Assisting her in the presentation were Mrs. M. L. Collison and Mrs. Donald Nagl. Mrs. John Gnam explained the purpose and work of the Legion of Mary and encouraged all who were interested to join. Announcement was made of the all-parish turkey dinner sponsored by the St. Lawrence Men's Club on Sunday, Nov. 22, serving from 5 to 7:30 p.m. The door prize went to Mrs. Robert Wieland. The evening closed with a social hour, with Mrs. Paul Schmitz, Mrs. Virgil Schroeder and their circle members in charge of arrangements. On Dec. 6 St. Lawrence Guild will have a Christmas party jointly with the Home and School Club. Mrs. Ed Bueltel and Mrs. Louis Hannasch are chairmen. Holy Spirit Guild's Christmas party is set for Dec. 7, with the Novembar and December Circle members as hostesses. A&W DRIVE IN Open Daily at 11 A.M. Phone 792-9673 FREE < 1 Qt. 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