Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 23, 1970 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 23, 1970
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Auxiliary Has 2-Day Parley in Des Moines The two-day, Mid-year Conference of the Iowa Department, American Legion Auxiliary, opened Sunday in Des Moines. Attending from Carroll Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 23, 1970 Ralph Hoffmann and Mrs. Ear! Berns. Mrs. Lewis Schmif?: of Ar- Personal Paragraphs Maria Mueller, freshman al cadia, Iowa Department presi- Gulf Park College, Long Beach dent, presided. The women oh- Miss., arrived Friday to spent served two veterans from the Thanksgiving vacation with her Iowa Soldiers Home at Mar- : parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. shalltown making the memorial Mueller. She will be home until Sunday were 8th District president Mrs. Vincent Stangl; Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, president of Maurice Dunn Unit No. 7; Mrs. •mi NEW STORE HOURS To Help You Choose Lovely Furniture Sundays Open 1 to 5 p.m. Tuesdays 9 to 5 p.m. Wednesdays 9 to 9 p.m. Thursdays 9 to 5 p.m. Fridays 9 to 9 p.m. poppies which the Auxiliary j Sunday. on sells each May. One of the guest > speakers was Mrs. Velma Cross! Visiting George Lucey Sunday of Des Moines. who heads a j afternoon at the Carroll Manor movement to get Hanoi to honor were his brothers and sisters- the Geneva Conference with \ in-law, Mr. and Mrs. P. A. regard to treatment of prisoners \ Lncey and Mr. and Mrs. M. A. of war. She urged the support of the Auxiliary in this program. Martha Fulton of West Des Moines and Jane Vetter of Man- Lucey, all of Sioux City. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ohd« and daughters Maureen and Roxanne attended Iowa State son, who represented Iowa at \ University commencement ex- Girls' Nation in Washington, ercises at the C. Y. Stephens D.C., addressed the Auxilians, telling of their experiences and comparing Girls' State at Cedar auditorium in Ames Saturday. Their son Douglas graduated from the College of Engineer- Falls with Girls' Nation. They! ing. A dinner and reception in were introduced by Girls' State '• his honor were held at the home program director, Mrs. Mattie of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Sneller in Des Moines. Tuesday see a free demon- Harper. Announcement was made by Mrs. Harper that a scholarship fund has been established in I stration on making Christmas memory of Mrs. Paul (Rule) | decorations, Christmas candles Nelson of Coon Rapids to aid and other crafts at Todd's in a musical education in college, the new Bierl Parkway Furni- The late Mrs. Nelson directed \ turc. Instructions 1 to 5 p.m. the music at Havvkeye Girls' j and we have all the crafts ma- State, Cedar Falls. Any Legion; terials right here. Bring your Saturdays 9 to 5 p.m. Closed Mondays At the Junction of 71-30 West Edge of Carroll Auxiliary unit or individual is invited to contribute to the fund. About 50 women modeled their creations in a poppy hat parade; a sombrero-type hat was the grand prize winner. The Carroll Elks Chorus entertained at the Sunday night banquet. Main speaker at the banquet was Mrs. Charles Shaw of Paxton, 111., national Auxiliary president. S u n d a y's events also included an open house to honor next year's Iowa Department president-elect, Mrs. Dorothy Gibbons of Sioux City. friends and have an enjoyable afternoon at Todd's in the Parkway Plaza at the east edge of Carroll on Highway 30. Adv. ATTENDS RITES CARNARVON — Mrs. Gene Boeckmap attended the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Joe Dirkx, at Emmetsburg Monday. DANCE FIVE MILE HOUSE Pre-Thanksgiving Dance Wed., Nov. 25 PAUL MOORHEAD Orchestra (Coming Sat., Nov. 28, United Polka Band) Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Enenbach and Gail of Chicago, 111., spent Saturday morning at Ames where their son Bruce receivec his BS degree in political sci ence at the C.Y. Stevens Audi torium. They spent the weeken at the Mrs. Mary Enenbacl home in Carroll, and Sundaj were joined by Mr. and Mrs Oliver Enenbach of Omaha and Mr. and Mrs. Cyrenus Dier and Randy of Arcadia. Mr. and Mr». Louis Schoofs of Carroll attended the Granc Counselor dinner and dance of Des Moines Council No. 115 United Commercial Traveler of America, Saturday at the Hyperion Country Club in Des Moines. Mr. Schoofs is Grand Counselor of Iowa, and Mrs Schoofs, Grand Sentinel of the Auxiliary. Mr. and Mrs. Scott Northey arrived Sunday from Sarasota, Fla., to spend a week here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Pietig. Mrs. Vihii Schechinger returned home Sunday evening following a four-day visit at Adams, Minn., with her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schechinger and their sons George and Joe. She went especially to see George, who is in service and is home on leave from Fort Belvoir, Va. At the conclusion of his ten-day leave he will return to Fort Belvoir, where he attends engineering school. Bride-elect . . . Mr. and Mrs. George Vogl of Halbur announce the engagement of their daughter Darlene to Kenneth Heithoff, son of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heithoff of Dedham. The couple has chosen Feb. 13 as the date for their wedding, which will take place in St. Augustine Church at Halbur. SINGER BRINGS DOWN THE COST OF CHRISTMAS ON THE STYLIST IN THE HANDSOME PACESETTER CABINET Reg. §174.95 NOW $ 144 95 FREE INSTRUCTIONS show you how to use your new Singer* sewing machine.' FREE DELIVERY anywhere in the U. S. A. including Alaska and Hawaii. FREE GIFT WRAP all bright and be-ribboned. SALE ENDS SATURDAY For address of the Singer Sewing Center nearest you, see White Pages under SINGER COMPANY SINGER The Singer Ijoj$» Credit Plan htlpt you have these value* now-wllhln your budget... and you may choose to defer monthly payments until Feb., 1971. Or-uie the Singer Uy-Aw«y Plan -a small deposit will hold any item until Dec. 19. Play Cards At 9 Tables Saturday night's meeting of the Golden Circle Club attracted players for nine tables of pinochle. Hosts at the clubrooms were Mrs. Aurora Mungon and L. B. McFee. Mrs. Margaret Sapp won high prize for the women and Mrs. Julia Witwer, second. Men's prizes went to Vincent Ricke, high, and Norbert Nieland, second. Mrs. Frances Long kept the traveling prize. Mr. and Mrs. Nieland are new members of the club. New Bridge Club Formed Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Johnson hosted a newly-formed couple's bridge club, the Double Decks, at their home Saturday evening. Women's high and low prizes went to Mrs. John Vermilyea and Mrs. Ted Edwards, respectively, and men's high to Mr. Vermilyea. Tallies and lunch table decorations were in the Thanksgiving theme. On Dec. 19 the club will meet with Mr. and Mrs. George Pro- vopulos. Mrs. Schoessler Hosts F.B. Club (Timei Herald New* Service) WESTSIDE— Mrs. Art Schoessler entertained the Friendship Farm Bureau Club Monday afternoon at her home. Fourteen members answered roll call with "What I want for Christmas" .Guests present were Mrs. Paul Schoessler and Rachelle, and Mrs. Conrad Sohoessler. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Verlin Koch, president. The group decided to host a family for C h r i s t ma s and planned a Christmas party. The party will be a supper and social night for the members and their husbands. Mrs. Glen Lenz and Mrs. Glenn Freeze were in charge of Consider What You Purchase for Child By SALLY ANTES (Sally Antes i» *n Instructor and doctoral candidate in childhood education at the University of Iowa and a former Ottumwan.) IOWA CITY - Parents grandparents, et al, the bigges buying season for your children is fast approaching, his yea why not do something different' Really consider what you are buying. Before you say, "But I do think about what I buy," am toss this article aside, read these few "do's" and "don'ts" First of all, don't nwtty buy what your child wants. Perhaps this sounds cruel, but consider where he or she probably got the idea: Wasn't it some zfngy commercial? And isn't that what the company is trying to do, sell its merchandise? So, naturally it is going to look and- or sound good. But when you the consumer, goes to buy it do look it over carefully. "Look it over for what?" you ask. First, consider your child. Jonsider his interests, that is, the kind of things you know him or her) to enjoy; his developmental or age level; that is, ,he things you know him to be capable of doing. Any child will quickly lose interest in anything that is too easy or too difficult ;o play with. And, here, un- tortunately we can't always jo by what the manufacturer tas listed as the appropriate age, but you know your child. Then consider the toy, its dan ger. Ralph Nader just a year ago brought to our attention he number of injuries that oc :urred, (actual reported in- uries, which doesn't count the many minor ones) from what he termed "hazardous" toys, he ones that "underneath" are the afternoon's showed how to project. They make felt refrigerator decorations, a skunk and turtles. Missionary Speaks at Society Meeting (Timai Herald New* Service) MANNING — The Rev. Timon Kaple, OFM, CAP, was guest speaker at tine Nov. 17 meeting he Sacred Heart Rosary and Alar Society, held at the Parish lall. Timon, a missionary, alked on his work in New Guina missions, showing slides. He answered questions of the group ollowing his talk. Forty women were present or the meeting. A need for dult supervisors for young children during second mass was stressed. Luella Hull re- x>rted that 19 baptismal gowns >ad been completed. The Rev. Vorbert Weber asked that fami- ies pray the rosary together on unday before mass. Sally Kruse presented an ar- icle "For God's Sake" on poverty in the U.S. The Society will sponsor a bake sale at Union- gas on Dec. 12. The December meeting will feature the Rev. Fr. Bedeaux, another missionary from New Guinea. The evening's prizes were awarded to Regina Mohr and Dorothy Stangl. Lunch was served by Mrs. Dale Johnson and Mrs. Delmar Mundt and their commi- tee. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Jensen and Albert Jensen spent the weekend in C1 i n t o n, attending the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Berwhardt Jensen. On Monday they visited with members of the Westphal family in Maquoketa. COUNCIL TO MEET A special meeting of the Carroll city council will be held at 5 p.m. Monday, November 23, in the council meeting room on the second floor of the City Hall. dangerous. For examples, the dolls with wires directly under the surface (Doesn't your little one put everything in his mouth?); the rubber-tipped or suction-cupped darts that, when the tips fall off, display very sharp points; or the electrical toys that overheat. The worst example of this is the popcorn popper that was known to heat to 150 degrees on the handle! Consider, too, the "frustrating" toys. The ones made poorly, of plastic that will split after its first use, or wheels that will fall off before "the" day is over; or the dolls requiring such tine fingers required to dress them that even you would have difficulty, let alone your young girl whose small muscle control is still developing; or the dolls with so many mechanical aspects that many won't work from the beginning, or after the first trial. (This could be anything with multiple mechanisms). And what about the frustration that occurs, understandably, when those little animals, dolls, or whatever won't stand up, and have to be "leaned- against?" Also are you considering in your selection some "cooperative" toys — those that need more than one child to at least make them more fun? Children need things that will help them play more with others, rather than something that is "mine" alone. Lastly, please do consider a toy for its value; those that allow your child to think, to create, to imagine. By this, it is not necessarily meant those that are promoted as "educational toys". If they do look good to you, if they do appear to have several uses, and if they are bought, remember, you aren't buying them in order that your child may "get started learning early." Do realize that these toys have many possibilities, and don't insist that they be used the way t's supposed to be used. This not only takes away some of he natural means of learning, >ut often, with the pressure that s applied, makes it negative earning. Leave the child alone, sometimes in his play so that may discover things about lis newly acquired toys, may>e things the manufacturer hadn't even dreamed of! ,^ XVJ ^ v ^^» vxv> ^^X^^*w.».^>^v~-»~— - - w - - - - - -—»—. — — - — -~ — Social Calendar 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 Rebekah Lodge, IOOF hall New Bidders, Mrs. Jerry Nichols H. H. Olub, Mrs. George Mason- ing F.O.B. Club, Mrs. Elizabeth Nagl Double Four Club, Mrs. Donald Banner Tuesday— Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. W. L. Reitz League of Women Voters. § a.m. and 8 p.m., Presbyterian Church P.E.O., Mrs. Max H. Reed STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center Honrettes Club, Mrs. George Volk Happy 8 Club, Mrs. Orville Ludwig Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Schneider Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. John Porter Entre-Nous Club, Mrs. L. P. Jung Golden Circle bridge B.F.F. Club, Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. Earl Connors Wtdne*day— H. G. Club, Mrs. F. A. Stark Program on Performing Arts at DKG Meet Alpha Delta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma, society for teachers, met Saturday at Fred's Cafe in Denison. In the group of 21 were three new members, Mildred Toop of Carroll, Moselle Loeschen of Glidden and Beth Clark of Denison. Hostesses were Mrs. Merlin Wait, Mrs. Mildred Leonard and Anna Marie Schneller, all of Denison. Mrs. Alfred Ruscio of Denison presented the program concerning the present day differences in the performing arts, and moderated a discussion on the subject. The business ession was conducted by Mrs. Lewis Gruhn, Denison. The next meeting is set for Dec. 5, with Glidden members as hostesses. Attending from Carroll besides Miss Toop were Mrs. Edward Reardon, Mrs. Colette Bock and Frances Dolliver. Armageddon is located in the mountains of central Palestine. CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL MUST END WED. Eves, at 7 & 9 Natalie Wood • Robert Culp Elliott Gould • Dyan Cannon "BOB & CAROL TED & ALICE" MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 Fred MacMurray "FAIR WIND TO JAVA" An American sea captain gambles everything for a fortune in diamonds. At 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig Crummer and Pete Taylor TV .,INT« DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL on the Mall in downtown Carroll »A Trademark ot THE SINGER COMPANV RED CARPET LOUNGE Thanksgiving EVE Special (Wednesday, Nov. 25) ATTENTION MOTHERS Relax on Thanksgiving day. Have your family take you out Thanksgiving Eve to the Red Carpet Lounge for a special Turkey Dinner. RESERVATIONS ONLY S Ph. 792-9134 Injoy er§ •« fav*rit«* with PAULINC HICHADSON •t tht orf an. mmmmmmm W. will bt CLOSiO THANKSGIVING DAY to §ivt our tmployoi a chanct to b« with thtir fomilioi. TURKEY DINNER Turkey, Dre»«iiif. Cranberries Votatoe*. Giblet tiravy, Hot BUcult, ana coffee. AUo * FAKE (!•)»• «f Wine tor all adults. Adulti $*}« Child™ $150 A Un4«r 12 I REP CARPET LOUNGE "Whtre Quality Comti Firit" Remember, Ellerbroek's will be open tonight, Tuesday night and Wednesday night until 9 p.m. and there will be a drawing each night at 9 p.m. for $200.00 in door prizes fr the people who register on those days or nights. It will pay you to visit Ellerbroek's each day on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday of this week—or, if you can't make it to Ellerbroek's during the day, come in at night before 9:00 p.m. Saturday. November 21st Door Prize Winners: Bernadette Gannon, Carroll $20.00 Shoe Prize Linda Williams, Carroll $15,00 Sportswear Prize Mrs. Joe T. Bundt, Glidden $5.00 Accessory Prize Mrs. Leo H. Berning, Arcadia -=. $20.00 Junior Dress Prize Mrs. Barry Moeller, Carroll $30.00 Dress Prize Mrs. H. L. Hudson, Carroll $50.00 Coat Prize Mrs. Rosemary Minnehan, Churdan $10.00 Lingerie Prize Margie Rose, Glidden $15.00 Uniform Prize Mrs. Ed Vonnahme. Carroll $15.00 Maternity Prize Mrs. Carma Hutchins, Audubon ;.$20.00 Children's Wear Prize Sunday, November 22nd Door Prize Winners; Harold A. Eich, Ogden $20.00 Shoe Prize Mrs. Lulitta Behrens, Carroll $15.00 Sportswear Prize Janet M. Menke, Ames $5.00 Accessory Prize Mrs. Robert H. Sapp, Carroll $20,00 Junior Dress Prize Roger Nisson, Carroll $30.00 Dress Prize Mrs. Fred H. Smith, Carroll $50.00 Coat Prize Mrs. Orville Truitt, Carroll $10.00 Lingerie Prize Pat Oxenford, Carroll $15.00 Uniform Prize Mrs. L. S. Voyles, Carroll $15.00 Maternity Prize Mrs. N«il Mahlberg, Marian $20.00 Children's Wear Prize You too could be a winner. All you have to do ic register at our new store, Ten winners every day, with prizes totaling $2,000 during our grand opening celebration. But remember_all registration tickets art destroyed each day following tht drawing. You must come in and register each and every day if you want to be eligible to be one of the ten winners each day of the Grand Opening. And if you win one day, there's no rule against winning again on •nether day. Come to Ellerbroek's every day from now until November 29th, TALK THE WOML.O

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