Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 19, 1970 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 19, 1970
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Card Clubs Had Meetings On Wednesday i The PARKVIEW PLAYERS | were entertained at Mrs. Nor-j man Hutcheson's home, with) Mrs. Dennis Donnelley as an additional guest for the evening of bridge. High score prise was won by Mrs. James Bertram and low, by Mrs. Betty Lane. Mrs. Richard Kelly will have the next party, Dec. 9. Several garnet of 500 were played at the FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club party at the country home of Mrs. Lyle Schleisman. She carried out « Thanksgiving theme. Score prizes went to Mrs. William J. Kanne, high: Mrs. George Otto, second; Mrs. Clarence Brinker, traveling; and Mrs. Art Otto, low. Mrs. Kanne will .be the next hostess, Dec. 3. Mr«. James Wicland was hostess to HIGH BIDDERS Club CARROLL THEflTfR - CHRROLL CHiLDREINS MATiNEES SATURDAY & SUNDAY Sot. at 2 P.M. - SUN. ot 1 & 3 All Seats 75e 4 Time* Hcrold, Carroll, !a Thursday, Nov. 19, 1970 members for a 12:30 lunelieon and bridge at Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Felix Lantrenfold Mrs. Frank Liewer. Mrs. Wieland and Mrs. Walter Mil-' lenacker received the score prizes. The club will moot next on Dec. 2. with Mrs. Phil Dennis as hostess. j In keeping with the Thanksgiving season. Mrs. James; Grettenberg carried out a tur- • key theme in entertaining the W.' B.'s CLUB at her home. Co-; hostess was Mrs. Darwin Bung-! er. At bridge. Mrs. Jack Stangl' won high score prize; Mrs.! Bunger. second; and Mrs. Don-j aid Derner. low. Mrs. Glenn { Lockhart was a guest outside; the membership. Mrs. Howard Mortensen will entertain next, Dec. 2. I Mrs. Wayne Reiman also used> the Thanksgiving (home for the Q.N.O. CLUB party at her home. Winning bridge prizes i were Mrs. Jack Staley, high; j Mrs. Arthur Gute. second; and Mrs. Lee Sandberg. low. Guests other than members were Mrs. | Paul Schechinger and Mrs. Neil Ludwig. I Three of the women playing I euchre at the GOLDEN CIR-j CLE Club's weekly party tied! for high score prize. They were I Mrs. Esther Luchtel, Mrs. Vic-| tor Wernimont and Mrs. Vin- i cent Ricke. For the men, William Meshek won high and Mrs. Clarence Wright, second. Tally prize for evening went to Mr. Wernimont. JUDY GARLAND FRMK MORGAN • RAY 8OLGER BERT LAHR • JACK HALEY In COLOR NOW THRU SAT. Shown at 7:45 NO ONE WHO WAS THERE WILL^ EVER BE THE SAME! 'WOODSTOCK' Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Schroder of Kimball- lon announce the engagement of their daughter, Penny Ann, lo Dean Kluver, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alber Kluver of Carroll. Miss Schroder is a 1970 graduate of Audubon High School and is attending the Americana Beauty School in Des Moines. No date has been set for the wedding. Club Plans Yule Activities Christmas activities were planned by tlie nine members of the Flower and Garden Club at their meeting Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Ardhie Jones. A $2.00 donation was voted to the Jaycee-sponsored community Christmas baskets. The club will have a Christmas potluck dinner party Dec. 12 at Mrs. Martin Berger's home. The business session was conducted by Mrs. Nellie Baumhover, president. Several members displayed Christmas decorations they had made. The hostess served lunch during the social hour. SURGICAL PATIENT Mrs. Dwight Fiscus of Carroll is recovering from surgery at St. Mary's Hospital, Room 252, Rochester, Minn., 55901. Fanny Farmer has selected HALLMARK CARDS and GIFTS to distribute her world-famous candies in your town) You know Hallmark Cards and Gifts as one of the most pleasant places in town . . . and Fanny Farmer candy is certainly one of the most pleasant treats you can find anywhere. So now, when you want the candy that's out-of-the-ordinary —the candy that's made from the choicest, purest foods, the freshest ever boxed — see your friends at Hallmark Cards and Gifts. You'll find it's handier than ever to stop while you shop to pick up the family's favorite candy. JOIN THE OPENING DAY FUN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 21 Thoro'll bo froo samples of Fanny Farmer candy for the grownup* f ... CAN CANDIES Of MATCHLESS FLAVOI HALLMARK CARDS & GIFTS Wtstgato Mall Carroll UPW Circles' Program on Thanksgiving '•Rejoice and Give Thanks" was the program topic at the three circles of United Presbyterian Women which met throughout the day Wednesday. Taken from an article by Harold Blake Walker, published in "Presbyterian Lite", It pointed out that it is a good thing that a special day like Thanksgiving comes along to remind us of the courage and faith that led our ancestors through hardships but left them with grateful hearts. Maybe we are too comfortable these days to rejoice and give thanks, the author suggested. Devotions at each meeting also were in keeping with Thanksgiving. The women are advised that the "Mitten Tree" is to be filled at the Dec. 2 general meeting. The mittens will be sent to Indians in South Dakota. A quilt made by the churchwomen was delivered to the Indians at Tama by Mrs. Robert Barels. Announcement was made of the union Thanksgiving services at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 24, at Trinity Episcopal Church. Members sent cards to Mrs. William H. Smith, a patient at Bergan Mercy Hospital, Omaha. Fifteen members and a guest, Mildred Toop, attended the MORNING Circle meeting at he home of Mrs. Barels. Her daughter, Mrs. Gordon Wade, was co-hostess. Mrs. H. L. Hudson was program leader. Devo- ions were presented by Mrs. Vfartin Berger and Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg had charge of he thank offering. Meeting in the church undercroft were 19 members of AFTERNOON Circle. Hostesses were Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp and Mrs. Ricahrd Bruns. Mrs. Glenn Weeks led devotions and Mrs. F. F. Gruber gave the program. The EVENING Circle was entertained by Mrs. Robert Woodhouse and Mrs. John Fortune, at the former's home. Ten members were present. Devo- ions were given by Mrs. Melvin Ohde; Mrs. Roger Osborn presented the program. Circles will not meet again until Jan. 20. Trinity Church Will Host Union Service Trinity Episcopai Church will be host this year to the union Thanksgiving service of the Methodist, Presbyterian, Episcopal arid A s s e m b ly of God churches. tn previous years, the service has been held on Thanksgiving Guild Votes To Change Its Meeting Time Trinity Guild of Episcopal Churohwomen voted Wednesday night to change its meeting schedule. Effective in January, the Guild will meat the first Wednesday morning of each month, rather than the third Wednesday night. Members were entertained Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Edward S. White. Preceding the business session, devotions and program, the hostess served refreshments, with Mrs. Robert A. Wright pouring coffee at the dining table. Mrs. J. D. Moore, president, conducted the meeting during which the women made plans for the Advent season. The Sunday School Christmas program and party was set for Dec. 20 immediately following the 11 a.m. worship service. Mrs. Arthur A. Neu distributed the Guild's 1971 birthday calendars for delivery by members during November and December. Mrs. Myron Johnson was welcomed as a new member of the Guild. Devotional leader was the Rev. Theodore Kampman. He also gave the program, which was a summary of 'the changes in the church calendar and the new liturgy which evolved from the triennial convention of the Episcopal Church, held recently in Houston, Tex. The Guild's next meeting will be the morning of Jan. 6, with Mrs. Kampman as hostess. morning. However, this year the service will be on Thanksgiving Eve, Wednesday, Nov. 25, at 7:30 p.m. The Rev. Dr. Ernest F. Martin, pastor of First United Methodist Church, will give the address. Pastors of the other participating churches will assist in the service. An offering will be taken for the work of CROP, of the Church World Service, in ministering to the hungry throughout the world. Book Review Is Presented at Study Club A review of the book "The Red Laquered Gate" by William E. Barrett, provided the program at the November meeting of Little Flower Study Club Wednesday night. Guest speaker at the home of Mrs. Edward Reardon was Mrs. M. L. Collison. Neighobrs Plans Christmas Dinner (Times Herald News Sen/ice) AUBURN — Mrs. F. L. Barto was hostess to members of the fvoyal Neighbor lodge at her lome Thursday afternoon. Plans were made for a pre-Christ- nias dinner party and gift exchange on December 3. Lt. Col. ane Mrs. Jerry Kind and son, Richard, Offut Airbase, Omaha, Neb., were Sunday guests of her mother Mrs. Christena Hunziker. Mr. and Mrs. John Yepsen, Sioux City, called Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Oestreich. Mrs. John Boaz arrived Sunday from La Mesa, Calif, for an indefinite visit with her mother, Mrs. Lottie Gorman and her brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman and family. Personals FEATHER PARTY — HOLY FAMILY PARISH - Lidderdale. Sunday, Nov. 22 — 8 p.m. Adv. Mrt. Doris Walkup, Carroll County Public Health Nurse, attended a staff meeting at Storm Lake Thursday. The topic of discussion is an area-wide seminar on diabetes. Sharp Florist — A provitw of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Sharp Florist — A proviow of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Joan Brodio is coming to Car* roll. Call 792-4838. Adv. Prior to the program. Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, president, conducted a business session in which the women voted a Christmas donation to St. Augustine's Indian mission at Winnebago. Neb. Mrs. Reardon gave the spiritual reading which reminded the group of National Bible Week, Nov. 22-29. She read an article by President Nixon urging all Americans to participate in National Bible Week, and excerpts from a booklet by Rear Admiral James W. Kelly, Navy chief of chaplains, entitled "The Story of the Pueblo Bible". The book reviewed by Mrs. ColHson is the story of Bishop Galvin, the Irish priest who became bishop of Hanyang, China, and co-founder of the Columban Fathers. Mrs. Collison's review followed the early life of Edward Galvin in Ireland, his initiation as a parish priest under a cantankerous old pastor in Brooklyn, N. Y., his first trip to China, his struggle to get the Columban Society established, and his work among his beloved Chinese. Besides being a true story of Bishop Galvin and the Columban Society, Barrett's book is a history of 20th Century China, with its poverty, floods, bandit raids, civil wars and savage bombings during World War II. All of these experiences greatly affected the lives of the priests, nuns and brothers of the Society, but they could not live with China's takeover by Mao Tse-tung's Communists, who regarded them as enemies of the people, Mrs. Collison noted. The Christmas meeting of the study club will be on Dec. 16, with Mrs. Anderson as hostess. Calendar Thurtetey— 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 Schools 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 C.C.C. Club, Mrs. Donald Nelson 8-4-Fun Club, Mrs. Harold Jensen Variety Club, Mrs. John Bennett Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Carroll Lane Golden Circle bridge Sarurd«y-- Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Left Footers' Square Dance, 8:30 p.m., KC Hall Piano Class Gives Musical Recital (TimM H«r*ld N«W* Service) MANNING - Mrs. Ray Wy coff's piano class and guests held a recital at her home on Sunday, Nov. ft, at 2:30 p.m. Appearing on the program were Kristi Thomson, Rhonda Opperman, Teresa Hass, Sara Thomson, Teresa Nulle, Deanne Joens, Tanny Epies, Lisa Hass, Valarie Opperman, Rhonda Opperman, Julie Thomson, Susan Grimm, Janet Genzen, Connie Wegner and Debra Opperman. Ida Jochimsen was hostess to the NB Club on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Emma DJetz was a guest outside the club. Beulah Fink won high at cards; Else Struve, second. The club will meet gain on Dec. 9 at the home of Betty Ross. Alta Ehlere entertained the Pleasant Hour Club on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Maggie Puck was a guest. Mrs. Ehlers won high at cards; Betty Ohm, second; and Ida Dammann, low. Ella Puck will host the group on Dec. 9. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 WESTGATE MALL GRAND OPENING SPECIALS (Saturday Only) Six-Cup Mug Tree Special R.g. $6.95 $399 Box of 32 Assorted Christmas Cords Spociol Rog. * $]22 Free Imprints On All Boxed Christ mas Cords HALLMARK CARDS & GIFTS Wostgtti Mall Carroll No Sweets for Weight Club (Times Herald Newe Service) WESTSIDE — All sweets will be "Hands-Off" for members of the Westside Weight Club this next week. During their weigh-in Wednesday evening at the Ar-We-Va Home Economics Room, eight members had lost a total of 13 pounds, with three members gaining two pounds, and three staying the same. Half of the Ha-Ha money was awarded to a member whose weight had stayed the same. Murl Brafford Retires from Railway Murl Brafford, 66, of Carroll, recently retired from the Chicago and North Western Railway Company, culmniating a career of 44 years with the railroad. Retiring as section laborer, he pllans to travel, fish, hunt, enjoy spectator sports, and do some gardening. Mr. Brafford's wife died Nov. 13. In a letter to him, Larry S. Provo, president of the North Western, expressed his appreciation for a job well done in a career that was "highlighted by your energy, interest, capabilities and devotion to duty." Mrs. Noelck Endorsed for Auxiliary Post GLIDDEN — The Carroll County American Legion Auxiliary, meeting Wednesday niqht in Glidden, endorsed Mrs. Vernon Noelck of Route 3, Carroll, as a candidate for president of the 8th District for the 197172 term. She is a member of Ehlers-Gerken Unit No. 694 at Arcadia. Fifty-two members, representing six units, attended the monthly meeting, held at the Glidden Legion clubrooms. Mrs. Vern Johnson, president, presided. Chaplain was Mrs. Betty Thede; Mrs. Lois Garlock and Ruth Davidson served as flag bearers and Mrs. Robert Van Horn, pianist. Guest speaker, Mrs. Louise Kluegel, was introduced by the president of the hostess Merle Hay unit, Jean McNaught. In her talk on education and citizenship, Mrs. Kluegel stressed the need for citizenship, patriotism, loyalty and love in all home, school and community activities. She is a retired Glidden school teacher and an honorary member of the Iowa State Education Association. Announcement was made of the mid-year conference to be held Nov. 22-23 at Hotel Savery in Des Moines. Mrs. Vincent Stangl of Carroll, current 8th District president, greeted the units. She expressed her appreciation for their cooperation and especially for turning in their early memberships. As of Nov. 10, 8th District was in first place in membership in the Iowa Department. Miss McNaught presided at the silver coffee service when refreshments were served from a fall-appointed table. The attendance prize was awarded to the Carroll unit. Mrs. Alvina Schreck, Dedham, received the door prize. The next County Auxiliary meeting will be at Breda, in January. MEETING CANCELLED Brownie Troop 125 will not meet next Wednesday, Nov. 25, Mrs. Richard Kloppenburg, troop leader, has announced. Burl lv«« "THE WHOLE WORLD IS WATCHING" A student revolt has taken over the campus and civic pressure is mounting, when a policeman is found dead. The suspense leads to an exciting climax. at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke John Newell and Pete Taylor 8 O'CLOCK MOVIE Elizabeth Taylor "A PLACE IN THE SUN" Montgomery Gift co-stars in a film that won five Academy Awards about a wealthy , and beautiful woman who j would stop at nothing. TV DES MOINES Ch. 78 Carroll i *••'.•.,.:• Mrs. Irma Thompson, social activities director, is shown here wtih residents Celia Naber ana Ida Gross making dolls. On nice days she may take the wheel chair residents for walks. She helps them write letters, and on Wed* nesdays conducts Bingo games. Card games are organized periodically. Mrs. Thompson makes note books on each resident so she knows what each resident likes to do and is at the home Mondays through Fridays to conduct the activities. $7.50 PER DAY PLUS NURSING CARE: * Room and board * Round tho clock nurses available * Individual diet requirements * Personal laundry * Gwit privileges (no charge for guests totini with residents) * Room TV and phono connections * Whirlpool bath * letweon meal macks * Color TV in lounae * Air-condirioninf Call Our Administrator For An Appointment- Phone 712792-9281 Carroll Manor 4 Blocks Southtast of Hospital, Carroll 500 V.IUy Orivt

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