Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 20, 1970 · Page 12
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50, 25-Year OES Members Honored Signet Chapter No. 1, Order of the Eastern Star, honored its 50 and 25-year members at the monthly meeting Thursday night at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Louis H. Anderson, the only 50-year member present, was escorted to the east and presented with a flower. She also received a certificate and pin. Mrs. Lenna Martin's certificate and pin were received To Become Bride . . . Mrs. Henry G. Kramer of Glidden announces the approaching marriage of her daughter Jane to Glenn P. Soyer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Soyer of Carroll. Miss Kramer also is the daughter of the late Mr. Kramer. The wedding will take place Jan. 2 at Holy Family Church, Lidderdale. THANKSGIVING CARDS by her daughter-in-law, Mrs. John E. Martin. Other 50-year members are Mrs. Andy Smith of Kansas City, Mo.; Mrs. W. E. Bates, Carroll Manor; Marian Satterfield, Glidden; Mrs. Madge Everts, Shady Oaks, Glidden; and Mrs. B. W. Fisk, Carroll, all of whom will receive their pins and certificates. Of the group of 25-year members, Mrs. Wayne Harriott was present to receive a certificate and flower. Others who have reached 25-year memberships include Mr. and Mrs. Warren Conner, Glidden, Vivian Epperly of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Eollin Kuebler of St. Petersburg, Fla., Mr. and Mrs. John Juergens and Mrs. G. D. Pringle, Carroll; Norma Jean Wills, Seattle, Wash.; and Mrs. Ethel Schaefer Siemsen of Scott Bluff, Neb. Another highlight of the meeting was the annual memorial service for members who have died during the past year: Mrs. Anna Kelley of Westside, Mrs. Anna Farrell of Des Moines, Mrs. Elva Gotch of Mt. Pleasant, W. H. Rust of Carroll and Koland Davis of Tucson, Ariz. 4 Timet Herald, Carroll, fa. Friday, Nov. 20, 1970 Mrs. Ludwig Demonstrates Yule Craft STONE'S Printers — Stationers K. of C. Bldg Carroll A 6:30 potluck dinner preceded the meeting. Tables were decorated in the Thanksgiving motif. On the committee were Mrs. C. R. Thomas, Mrs. E. W. Van Meters, Mrs. E. J. Hulsebus and Mrs. Roger Hansen. Guests from Alta were present and assisted officers during the meeting. The chapter will elect officers at the next meeting, Dec. 17. Group Has Annual Party TEMPLETON — The annual "Old Gang" potluck party was held at the Leonard Wessling home near Templeton Sunday. The evening was spent visiting and playing cards. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Earl Huegerioh, Rockwell City, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huegerich of Glidden, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wessling of Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Wiskus and family and Bob Wessling, Guthrie Center; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hinners, Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Trecker and family of Templeton. A demonstration on creating Christmas decorations, given by Mrs. Arnold Ludwig, was a special feature of the Newcomers Club meeting Thursday night in the Fireside Room of Tony's Restaurant. Forty-nine members and guests were present for the dinner meeting. In keeping with Thanksgiving, the head table was decorated with a large cornucopia filled with various fruits. Otiher babies had baskets of artificial vegetables and fruits. Place cards were in the form of Pilgrim women. Mrs. Michael Flynn, table committee chairman, was assisted by Mrs. Charles Van Hecke, Mrs. James Shymanski and Mrs. Duane Knauss. First-time guests were Mrs. Robert Dorpinghaus, Mrs. LeRoy Heinriohs, Mrs. David McCoy, Mrs. Mark Powers, Lyle Sauvago and Mrs. Ray Sohrock. Attending for the second time were Mrs. David Farrell, Mrs. Bruce Lombard, Mrs. Donald Miller, Mrs. Donald Prior, Mrs. Joseph Russell, Mrs. Donald Templemeyer and Mrs. Douglas West. New officers, headed by Mrs. James Mahan, were in charge of the meeting. The club has been invited to join Pateo Olub for a Christmas meeting on Dec. 10 at Tony's. The committee from Newcomers will include Mrs. Lyle Tenold, Mrs. William Sammons and Mrs. Vincent Monahan. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Melvin Hausman. Card prizes were drawn by Mrs. Paul Haaf, Mrs. Dorpinghaus j and Mrs. Monahan. A Large Crowd Was on Hand ... at 10 a.m. Thursday for the opening of the new Ellerbroek's of Carroll on Westgate Mall. After the ribbon cutting ceremony, the crowds moved inside for a closer look at the store. Among —Staff Photo the new departments at Ellerbroek's are the Profile Room, for the most fashion-conscious women and the "Add One" maternity department. In addition, all other departments in the store have been expanded. Women Entertain Their Card Clubs Art Program Given at Club prenger FURNITURE West on Hwy. 30 — Carroll, Iowa Two Complete Navy Courses Navy Ensigns Rita C. Werni- momt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence T. Wernimont, and Claudia M. Ludwig, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Ludwig, all of Carroll, have completed the officer indoctrination course for nurses and the medical service corps at the Naval Schools Command, Newport, R.I. The five-week course included military as well as academic subjects. OPEN SUNDAY 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. STIFFEL LAMPS What nicer gift for the home than a Stiffel lamp . . . to bring you glowing good wishes throughout the year. Choose from our vast collection of styles to fit every decor. Area Couple Speaks Vows (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Karen Knittig and Robert Hicks were wed in a 7 p.m. ceremony here Nov. 14, at Pilgrim Lutheran Church, with the Rev. Myron Zastrow reading the double ring rite. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Knittig of Farnhamville and Mr. and Mrs. Alva Hicks, Lake City. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a floor- length gown of white bonded lace, styled with a high neckline and puffed sleeves. She carried red roses. Maid of honor, wearing light blue, was her sister, Linda Knittig. Roger Hicks was best man for his brother. Organist for the wedding was Mrs. Luverne Jacobs. After the ceremony, a dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents. The couple will make their home in Des Moines, where Mr. Hicks is employed by the State Highway Commission, A program on "Art Appreciation" was presented by Mrs. Robert Onken and Mrs. A. L. Daenzer at the meeting of the B.L.B.F. Club Thursday evening at the c o u n t r y home of Mrs. Louis Kroeger. They showed sound slides obtained from the National Art Gallery, Washington, D.C., which described various art forms, after which they led a discussion on art in the home. Picture placings was emphasized in the discussion. Mrs. Lester Knute and Mrs. Larry Daniel were guests in addition to fche 12 members, who answered roll oalll by telling their favorite type of painting. Mrs. Linda Lasher was Mrs. Kroeger's co-^hostess. The club will have its Christmas meeting Dec. 14 at Mrs. Russell Wenck's home at Lidderdale. I Demo Women Elect Mrs. Tiefentha er Mrs. Vernon Tiefenthaler of Halbur was elected president of the Carroll County Democratic Women at their meeting Thursday evening at Saunders Cafe in Manning. Olihers on the elected slate are Mrs. Bernice Williams, first vice president; Mrs. Richard Baumhover, second vice president; Letha Grundmeier, secretary; and Mrs. Ray Reicks, treasurer. Newly-elected board mem- j Personals Jean Brodie is coming to Carroll. Call 792-4858. Adv. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. Sharp Florist — A preview of Christmas, Nov. 19, 20, 21. Please come to brouse. Adv. FEATHER PARTY — HOLY FAMILY PARISH - Lidderdale. Sunday, Nov. 22 — 8 p.m. Adv. Seven Tables Of Duplicate .- Seven tables were in play at the Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge event Thursday morning at the Carroll Country Club. Winning pairs in the Howell games included: Mrs. Harold Tuvell, Lake City, and Mrs. W. R. Ferguson, Glidden (1); Mrs. A. E. Whyte and Mrs. Martin Runge, Denison (2); Mrs. H. J. Traner, Carroll, and Mrs. Don Powers, Lohrville (3); Mrs. Allen Stroh and Mrs. Edward Feld, Carroll, Mrs. Robert Van Horn of Glid den and Mrs. Dick Hyland of Churdan (tie for 4); Mrs. Ashton McCrary and Mrs. P. I Colvig, Lake City (6). The club will not play next Wednesday because of Thanks giving; the next morning tourney will be on Dee. 3. bers include Mrs. Jack Thein, Mrs. Karl Nolin of Ralston and Mrs. David E. Green. Officers will assume tiheir duties Jan. 23. The organization will not meet in December. Hostesses and meeting places for the coming year will be announced at a later date. Mrs. Lon Mosman, retiring president, thanked all her committees that served through fche past year. She was given a vote of appreciation for the fine leadership she gave the organization through fehe year. The draw prize was awarded to Mrs. Baumhover; Mrs. M. L. Collison received the door prize. Templeton women were hostesses. Somebody Cares! Cares if you are new in town and feel kind of lost; If you've just added a new son or daughter to your family; If HE has finally asked you to become his wife; If you or someone in your family is celebrating a very special occasion .,.. Who? 50th Anniversary . . . Mr. and Mrs. Henry Doitch of 3451 Third Avenue, Council Bluffs, formerly of Carroll, will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary with an open house from 2 until 4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 29, at the Zion Lutheran Church parlors in Arcadia. Hosts for the event, to which all friends and relatives are invited, will be their children and grandchildren. The family includes three daughters, Mrs. Robert (Dorothy) Harris, Mrs. Darrell (Margaret) Black and Mrs. Richard (Carol) Sorenson; eight grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. They request no gifts. ^P THANKSGIVING CARDS Calendar Fox-Webb 1 Vows Spoken At Atchison (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY — The wedding of Linda Ann Fox and Merle C. Webb took place at 1 p.m. Nov. 7 in Sacred Heart Church, Atchison, Kan., with the Rev. Albert Houser, O.S.B., celebrating the nuptial mass. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Fox of Atchison; the bridegroom, the son of Mrs. Olive Webb of Lake City and the late Merle Webb. Attendants were Mrs. Ron Garton, Barbara Zabel, Gene Hurst and Terry Fox. Mr. Garton, Owen McCourt and Philip Wagner ushered. Mrs. McCourt was organist and Tim Davenport, vocalist. The bride was given in marriage by her father. The wedding reception was held in the V.F.W. clubrooms at Atchison. After a southern trip the couple is residing in Pittsburg, Kan. The bride, a graduate of Mt. St. Scholastic Academy in Atchison, has been employed there in the treasurer's office of St. Benedict's College. Mr. Webb graduated from Lake City High Shool, spent four years in the Air Force and has been manager of the Gibson store in Atchison. He recently was transferred to the Gibson store in Pittsburg. The Mississippi River begins at Lake Itasca in north-central Minnesota. CARROLL THE/ITER - CARROLL The 8-4-FUN Club party was held Thursday night at Mrs Harold Jensen's home. Pinochle prizes went to Mrs. Norton Stephens, high; Mrs. Donald Robertson, second; and Mrs. C. D. Andrews, traveling. The Christmas party will be at Mrs Robertson's, Dec. 16. All members were present when Mrs. Wilbur Singsank entertained the N.B.C. CLUB at her home Thursday. Winning prizes for the evening of bridge were Mrs. Cyril Schulte, Mrs Philip Renze and Mrs. Pat Mungon. The next hostess will be Mrs. Elmer Bluml, Dec. 3. Mrs. Thomas Collison was hostess to the TRIPLE C Club at her home Thursday evening. High score bridge prize was won by a new member, Mrs. William Siepker. Mrs. Howard Drees won second high and Mrs. Jack Fleskes, low. The club will have a no-hostess dinner Dec. 16 at Joe's Executive Club. Meeting at the home of Mrs. Louis Schoofs for an afternoon bridge party were members of the NEW DEAL Club. Mrs. Fred Ortner, Mrs. Clarence Loneman, Mrs. Joseph Wittry and Mrs. Edward Wieland received the score prizes. On Dec 3 the group will meet with Mrs. Loneman. The bi-weekly bridge party of the T.E.G. CLUB was held Thursday evening at Mrs. Fred Deierling's home. Score prize winners included Mrs. Earl Connors, high; Mrs. Josef Martin, second; and Mrs. Phil Dennis, traveling. Mrs. Dennis will be the Dec. 3 hostess. Mrs. A. W. Smith had members of the 2-4-T CLUB as her guests Thursday night. At bridge, Mrs. Lewis Voyles won high score prize; Mrs. Orville Reiman, second; and Mrs. Paul Schechinger, traveling. Mrs. Art Reinart will have the Dec. 3 party. Canasta was played at the Thursday evening party of the L. or L. CLUB at Mrs. Vernon Auen's home. High score prize went to Mrs. Ray Henkenius, and low, to Mrs. Reynold Groth. Mrs. Arthur Wenck was an additional guest. The women planned their Christmas party for Dec. 7, when they will have dinner at Tony's Restaurant and then go to Mrs. Henry Engelen's home for a gift exchange. Mrs. Terry Hyland, Mrs. Delbert Fiscus and Mrs. James Louis were guests other than members at the SLAMETTES Club party in the home of Mrs. Ronald DeLance, whose co-hostess for the evening was Mrs. Robert E. Petersen. Mrs. William Kurth and Mrs. Louis won high and low bridge prizes, respectively. For their Yule par- ] ty the women will have dinner at the Carlson House, Sac City. First hostess after the holidays will be Mrs. Kurth, on Jan. 21. Meeting for an evening of bridge at Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan's home were E.B.C. CLUB members. Score prizes went to Mrs. Clair Otto, high, and Mrs. Elmer Heiman, low. The Dec. 17 party will be at the home of Mrs. Joe Dalhoff. Mrs. Edwin Tigges was a Thursday evening hostess to the 8 C's CLUB. Bridge was played, with Mrs. Leon Baum hover winning high score prizt and Mrs. Paul Venteicher, low. Dec. 12 was set as the date for the Christmas party for members and their husbands. Following a dinner at the Pin Oaks they will spend the evening at the Norbert Grote home. Playing bridge Wednesday night at Mrs. Richard Beck's home were KARDETTES Club members and three other guests, Mrs. Robert McKone, Mrs. Ted Schulz and Mrs. LaRoy Comes. Mrs. R. W. Collison, Mrs. Robert Feldmann and Mrs. McKone won the prizes. The club will meet next, Dec. 1, with Mrs. Feldmann. MOVIE TONIGHT at 8:00 illi Cliff Robertson "SUNSHINE PATRIOT" On an espionage mission behind the iron curtain a secret - j agent meets his double and arranges for the double's capture, leaving himself free to pursue his mission. A thriller-chiller! (Color). MOVIE TONIGHT At 10:30 Hugh O'Brian 'STRATEGY OF TERROR" Barbara Rush is a journalist who uncovers o plot against the UN, but even with Hugh's help, she can 't find who's the plotter and who's the plottee. at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke John Newell and Pete Taylor TV • JW • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL ENDS SATURDAY "WOODSTOCK" Shown at 7:45 P.M. 5001-C The perfect lamp to create a mood of elegance in your favorite room, finished in antique ivory and gold. Shade is beautifully made of a stretched off- white textured fabric. 3-way light. 38 in. high. 5086-P Imposing Georgian urn with unusual leaf detail finished in distressed old brass. Shade is champagne texture over translucent Vinyl. Convenient 3-way E-Z-lite base switch. 39Vz in- high! Call 792-3609 Saturday— Golden Circle, 7:30 p.m. Sunday- Left Footers' Square Dance, 8:30 p.m., KC Hall Monday— Toastmistress, 5:30 p.m., Joe's Executive Club Xi Gamma Pi, Mrs. Doran Brogden Hospital Auxiliary, 6:30 p.m. potluck and general meeting, Lutheran Church UCT Auxiliary, Joe's Executive Club i Rebekah Lodge, 1O0F hall New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols CARDS & GIFTS H- Hi 01ub ' Mrs> George Masch * F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Nagl Double Four Club, Mrs. Donald Danner CHILDREN'S MATiNEES SUN - MON - TUES - WED., NOV. 22-25 What are you doing tonight? HALLMARK Westgate Mall Carroll SATURDAY & SUNDAY Sot. at 2 P.M. - SUN. at 1 & 3 All Seats 75c We 'll iSiifll st.r,in 0 JUDY GARLAND FRANK MORGAN • RAY BOLGEB BERT LAHR* JACK HALEY In COLOR consider the possibilities NATALIE WOOD ELLIOTT GOULD ROBELT CULP DYAN CANNON BOB fir CAROL & TED tr ALICE

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