Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1970 · Page 54
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 54

Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 18, 1970
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Civil Defense Discussed by Auxiliary Unit Mrs. Mary Onken, civil defense chairman for Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7, American Legion Auxiliary, led a discussion of the subject at the unit's November meeting Tuesday night 'at the Legion Hall. The location of fall-out shelters in Carroll was brought out in the discussion. A potluck supper preceded the business meeting which was conducted by Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, president. Members were urged to attend the Carroll Community High School presentation of "The Prime of •Miss Jean Brodie", Nov. 20 or 21. A leading role is played by Gail Thorup, the Auxiliary unit's 1970 Girls' State repre- Tlmai Rarafrf, Carroll, la. We<fne«(«y, Nov. 18, 1970 SATURDAY & SUNDAY CHILDREN'S SHOWS CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL Sat. at 2—Sun. at 1 & 3 MOST BEMtmn -nm-Atom. CADDI THEATRE W\t LAKE CITY Sat. & Sun. at 2 P.M. sentative. Mrs. Jerry Huff was introduced as a new member of the unit. It was announced that "Need A Lift?" booklets have been ordered for each local high school and the Carroll Public Library, to inform senior students in the matter of applying for scholarships and grants. The unit voted a donation to the Christmas fund at the Iowa Soldiers Home at Marshalltown, to benefit in particular elderly veterans without relatives. A "Blue Book" quiz was conducted by Mrs. Bernholtz, and the Auxiliary's constitution and by-laws were reviewed. Mrs. Clem White spoke concerning the Auxiliary's hymn of the month, which is "O Love That Will Not Let Me Go". She said it was a favorite of President] Calvin Coolidge, and at his request was sung at his funeral. The County Auxiliary will meet tonight at Glidden. The local unit's next meeting, Dec. 15, will feature a potluck supper and Christmas party with junior members as guests. Personals Mrs. Ruth Marty and sen Walter of Wright City, Mo., left Wednesday morning after visiting since Friday in the home of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Guy Jones, and also with the Glenn Lockhart family. Many Card Club' Parties on Tuesday Jean Brodie is coming to Carroll. Call 792-4858. Adv. Thursday see a free demonstration on making Christmas decorations, Christmas candles and other crafts at Todd's in the new Bierl Parkway Furniture. Instructions 1 to 5 p.m. and we have all the crafts materials right here. Bring your friends and have an enjoyable afternoon at Todd's in the Parkway Plaza at the east edge of Carroll on Highway 30. Adv. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Starrino JUDY GARLAND FRANK MORGAN • RAY BOLGEH BERT LAHR • JACK HALEY In COUMK All Seats 75c BSP to Visit Health Center Members of Epsilon Chi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority, will visit the Carroll Health Center once a month, starting in January, according to a vote taken at a regular meeting Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Kenneth Crouse. Mrs. Charles Beahm, president, conducted the meeting. A report was given on the stationery sale project, which is going well and is to be continued. A husband-wife Christmas social is being planned for Dec. 15. Following adjournment Mrs. Beahm and Mrs. Robert Witowski presented a program on "Jewelry". The chapter's next meeting is set for Dec. 1 at Mrs. Robert Steinberg's home. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wittrock of Templeton were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schwarting of Harris. Mrs. Schwarting is the former Mildred Behrens of Carroll. They also visited the John Wittrock home near Milford Sunday evening. Holiday Fair, 11 to 4; Ham Luncheon $1.35, 11 to 1; Nov. 19 Methodist Church. Adv. CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL Now thru Sat. Each Eve. at 7:45 people wood/toed slcfrring Joan baez • joe cocker • country joe & the fish • crosby.stiHs & nash arloguthrie • richie havens • jimihendrix • sanlana. John Sebastian • shana-no sly 4 the family stone • ten yeors offer • the who • one) 400,000 other beautiful people. afiimbymichael wadleigh • produced by bob maurice • a wadleigh-maurice, ltd. production • technicolor® from warner bros. afTolTt] *eSTIWCTK> Under 17require* «w«t © *»<•'. n »»i "«*r ^SjJK-l accompanying Parent or AduK Guardian "»««»« '-"r Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Ru piper included Mr. and Mrs, Dennis Eischeid of Chattanooga, Tenn.; the Rev. Darrell Rupiper, stationed at the University of Illinois at Champaign; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hess, Kathy, Janet and Julie of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. Dale Hannasch, Brenda and Brian, Mr. and Mrs Jerry Rupiper and Jennifer of Carroll; and Debbie Rupiper of Fort Dodge. The family had a pre-Thanksgiving dinner on Sunday. Two Elected By Alumnae Mrs. Merlin Reinart of Carroll was elected vice president, and Mrs. Louis Hinners of Arcadia, secretary, at the Tuesday evening meeting of the Antonian Alumnae. The organization is selling gift certificate tickets as a money making project. Their next meeting Tuesday, Dec. 15, will be a Christmas party at the home of Mrs. Arnold Havermann. Mrs. Donald Wieland of Tempieton, outgoing vice president, conducted the meeting in the absence of the president, Mrs. Norbert Weitl. The GAY NINE T'S Club entertained in the home of Mrs. Gary Rutten, who carried out the Thanksgiving theme. At bridge, Mrs. Jerry Wenck received high score prize; Mrs. Larry Long, second; and Mrs. Algene Snyder, low. For their Dec. 10 Christmas party the women plan to have a no-hostess dinner and then go to Mrs. Long's home. Pinochle was played at the afternoon party of the COMMUNITY Club, in the home of Mrs. Edward Lenz. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Leo Berning; second, Mrs. John Sanders; and Mrs. Rudolph Nees, traveling. The tally prize was kept by the hostess. On Dec. 1 the club will meet with Mrs. William J. Kanne. Another club meeting for an afternoon of pinochle was the M.C.C. CLUB. Mrs. Ernest Kroeger was hostess at her home. Prize winners were Mrs. George Struve, high, and Mrs. Harry Grimsman, second. The next party will be at Mrs. Herbert Kroeger's, Dec. 1. Mrs. Lee Vial used a fall decor in entertaining the FINES- SETTES Club at her home. Mrs. Fred Dolezal was an additional guest for the evening of bridge and received high score prize. Mrs. Ewald Stock won second and Mrs. Tom Underwood, low. Mrs. Thomas Schapman will be hostess for the club's Christmas party, Dec. 17. Meeting in the evening at Mrs. Cyril Wessling's home were members of the TOWN AND COUNTRY Club and two other guests, Mrs. Warren Marks of Scranton and Mrs. Syril Schulte, each of whom received a gift. Bridge prizes went to Mrs. Paul Tigges, Mrs. Joe Pick, and Mrs. Norbert Hermsen, who will have the next party on Dec. 1. Mrs. Jerry Nichols entertained the Q.B.C. CLUB at her home. Mrs. William Doan won high score prize for the evening of bridge; low went to Mrs, Donald Dreessen. A Thanksgiving theme was carried out by the hostess. Mrs. Doris Snyder will be hostess for the nexi meeting, Dec. 8. A baby shower honroing Mrs Bernard Havermann was a spe cial feature of the DEALERS 9 Club party at Mrs. Gene Heithoff's home. At bridge, Mrs, Denis Tigges won high . score prize and Mrs. Loren Renze low. Party decorations were in keeping with the Thanksgiving season. The club will have its Christmas party and exchange Dec. 14 at Mrs. Renze's Mrs. Frank Daley entertained DELTA DEK Club at her home Tuesday night with Mrs. H. J, Traner as an additional guest, Mrs. John Fortune, Mrs. Cat Hess and Mrs. Lloyd Lynch won bridge prizes. The next hostess will be Mrs. Frank Bielmaier, Dec. 1. Three tables were in play at the weekly bridge party of the GOLDEN Circle club in the afternoon. Hostess at the clubrooms was Mrs. Clarence Wright. Prize winners included Mrs. Pete Jensen, Mrs. Oscar Heider, Mrs. Winifred Conley, Mrs. Aurora Mungon and Mrs R. H. Luke. C APRIT^ LAKE CITY WED. THRU SAT. SHOWS AT 7 & 9 P.M. A Wild Wacky Comedy! Godfrey Cambridge COTTON COMES TO HARLEM" R-Rating In Color SUN. - MON. - TUES. SUN. AT 4:30, 7 & 9 P.M. Jean Simmons • .John i-'ors.vtlie Shirley Jones • J-.lo.yd Bridges "THE HAPPY ENDING" Color * Rated GP Contest is Under 'Weigh' The weight-losing contest for members of STOP Club, which will continue until after the Christmas holidays, is now under way. Deadline for joining the competition is Dec. 1. The Sensibly Take Off Pounds group held its weekly meeting Tuesday night at the Standard Farm Service Center, with 35 weighing in. Of this number, 16 lost a total of 35 MJ pounds, 11 gained 13 pounds and eight stayed the same weight as the week before. The recorder's statistics revealed that the "queen" had lost five pounds, while three shared the "pig" award for gaining IV* pounds.) each. A door prize was given. Erickson Family Visits in Omaha (Timet Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. Martin Erickson and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Erickson and family, Omaha, Neb. Mrs. Cecelia Stueve was honored on her birthday recently when a group of relatives came to her home for a surprise party. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hill Ionia, Minn, were Thursday morning callers of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schulte. Playing bridge Tuesday evening at Mrs. Steve CoUisan's home were members of the Q-3-TU CLUB. Thanksgiving decorations were . featured Score prizes were awarded to Gayle Schleisman, high; Mrs. Bruce Fuller, low; and Mrs. Robert L. Petersen, traveling. The De. 1 party will be at the home of Mrs. Patrick Lehman. Mrs. Dennis Letting ef Arcadia was hostess for the H.N.H. CLUB's bi-weekly bridge party, entertaining at her home and carrying out the Thanksgiving motilf. Prizes went to Mrs. Donald Diers, high; Mrs. Art Diers, second; and Mrs. Clair Schmdtz, third. Mrs. Schmitz will entertain on Dec. 1. Mrs. Robert Overmohle was hostess to PLAYERS 8 Club members and one other guest, Mrs. Kenneth Sanders, at her country home. High score bridge prize was given to Mrs. Robert Schneider; traveling, to Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan; and low, to Mrs. Linus Goblirsch. The lunch table featured a Thanksgiving centerpiece. Mrs. Schneider will have the Christmas party, Dec. 1. Bridge was played at the eve* ning party of the T.W.C. CLUB at the home of Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz, near Breda. Mrs. William Schleisman was a guest outside the membership. Score prizes were presented to Mrs. A. B. Hulsebus, high, and Mrs. Paul Handlos, second. The hostess carried out the Thanksgiving theme. On Dec. 1 the club will meet with Mrs. R. J. Clark. Galenda r 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 Bar els; Afternoon, church undercroft; Evening, Mrs. Robert Woodhouse W.B.'s Club, Mrs. James Grettenberg Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lambert Kardettes Club, Mrs. Richard Beck 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, KC Hall Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Country Club Newcomers Club, Tony's Restaurant B.L.B.F. Club, Mrs. Louis Kroeger New Deal Club, Mrs. Louis Schoofs N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Wilbur Sing- sank T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Fred Deierling 2 -4 -T Club, Mrs. A. W. Smith or L. Club, Mrs. Vernon Auen Slamettes Club, Mrs. Ronald E.B.C. Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan 8 C's Club, Mrs. Edwin Tigges C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Donald Nelson 8-4 -Fun Club, Mrs. Harold Jensen Variety Club, Mrs. John Ben nett Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Carroll Lane Golden Circle bridge Saturday- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Left Footers' Square Dance, 8:30 p.m., KC Hall today's FUNNY ROLLING A ISA PLEASANT FORM OF Thanx to Mrs. i. G. Harrelt Albany, Ga. © 1970 bf NEA, IncZJ-^.'-p'j Today's FUNNY will pay $1.00 for each original "funny" used. Send gags to: Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third St., Cleveland, Ohio 44113. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 N OMAHA HOSPITAL Mrs. Clarence (Dorothy) Reinart of Carroll, will be a patient for tests for the next one to two weeks at Omaha- Council Bluffs St. Joseph Hospital, Room V102, 2305 South Tenth, Omaha, Neb. 68108. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. 0ES Honors 25 Year Members (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Salona Chapter 231, Order of the Eastern Star met in regular session on Thursday evening, Nov. 12. Members who had been in the Order from 25-50 years were honored, as were the stations of Chaplain, Warder and Sentinel. The altar was draped in memory of deceased members. There was a report of Grand Chapter by members attending, and a report of purchase of a new outside signet for the Masonic Hall. The December meeting will feature election of officers and a Christmas party with Past Matrons in charge. There will be a white elephant gift exchange, and gifts are to be brought for the home at Boone. The Past Master's dinner was set tentatively for Dec. 14. 14 at Manning Women 's Club (Time* Herald News Service) MANNING — The Manning Woman 's Club met at the home of Velaine Curlile on Monday evening, Nov. 2. Fourteen members answered roll call. Announcement was made of Community Improvement Workshops at Red Oak and Storm Lake. Blanche Wiese was named to honorary membership in the club. Jean Wiese presented the lesson "Who Shall Live", an American Friends' Service Committee publication. Her review was followed by a general discussion. The group will hold its next meeting at the public library and hear reviews by Mrs. Harry Hinz. Mrs. Don Danneman was a guest at the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Don Vaudt and family of Sioux City were Sunday visitors in the Herbert Rowedder home. Coralville Family in Vennink Home (Times Herald News Service) WESTSIDE — Mr. and Mrs. Tim Mander and Sabrena from Coralville visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Edward Vennink. Tuesday afternoon, John* Holland and Mrs. Margaret Harrington from Omaha visited Mr. and Mrs. John Lynch. Mrs. Ceal Erdman from Los Angeles, Cailif., came Monday afternoon and visited until Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Margaret Kroeger. Mrs. Conrad Sohoessler, and Len Powers and Joe of Vail, visited last week with Mr. and Mrs. Art Stanley and family at Shelbyville, HI. BLIND GRADUATE DENVER (AP) -Among graduates receiving degrees at Regis College was MeryJ. Ries of Denver, who has been blind since birth. His mother helped him by reading books and othet documents on tapes to which he listened for his class assignments. STARLINE BALLROOM Sat., Nov. 21 FLIPPERS • * • • Thanksgiving Night Thurs., Nov. 26 RUMBLES • • • • Sat., Nov. 28 Record and TV Stars "In The Year 25-25" ZAGER & EVANS Concert, Show and Dance featuring from Iowa University AXE spurgeoiVs BEAUTY SALON PERMANENT SPECIALS Reg. $10.50 SPECIAL $800 Reg. $12.50 SPECIAL Reg. $15.00 SPECIAL Reg. $17.50 SPECIAL $10oo $1250 $1500 Special Good Thru Wed., Nov. 25 Call one of our staff for an appointment 792-1656 Beverly Arts Hi 'P L— !—_„>„.Jiiij| Diane Heese Robert Walker "ENSIGN PULVER" Burl Ives co-stars as the tyrannical captain who makes ship life unbearable until he's stranded with an ensign who finds out what makes the Captain tick. (Color) At 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crummer and Pete Taylor Carol Ladwig Open weekdays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Fridays 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Pat DominisM TV .sRNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL CHRISTMAS IS LOVE Party Sets: Fun and easy way to throw a love-ly party. Gift Wrap: As thoughtful as the gift itself-and as pretty, too. Christmas Cards: To express your "very best" wishes. Decorations: Deck the halls, walls, windows and mirrors. HALLMARK CARDS and GIFTS Westgate Mall Carroll

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