Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 24, 1970 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Tuesday, November 24, 1970
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Couple Wed In Ceremony at Holy Spirit Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1970 bridegroom's cousin, Steve Tannehill. The bride wore a gown of lace over bridal satin, finished with Joaa M. Baumhover and, a long train Her mother had Louis'Hansman exchanged nup- made her 5ridaI cap and three _ tial vows in an 11 a.m. double; yard veil wnich was trimmed ring ceremony at Holy Spirit j ta lace She carried red roses Church on Nov. 14. and now; The pink crepe dresses worn are residing at Willey. The | by her attendants featured ma- bnde is a daughter of Mrs.; roon lace trim around the Helen Baumhover, Carroll: par-, bodices and sJeeve cuffs _ ents of the bridegroom are Mr. | The wedd i n g reception for and Mrs Edward Hansman, j 250 was heId at the pin Route 1. Carroll. ! 0aks from 1:30 untiI 4 pm Officiating was the Very Rev. I Mrs. Hansman received her Leo Lenz, V.F. Music was pro- J high school education at Den- vided by the eighth grade choir i ver, Colo. She is employed at of the parish. Maroon and pink! St. Anthony Hospital. Her hus- chrysanthemums and carnations! band, who operates a farm near were used in the church setting, j Willey. graduated from Kuem- The bride was given in mar-,'!** High School and attended riage by her uncle. Paul Lam- j the University of Nebraska, mers, and was attended by her | The , C0U P le l ook ™ eight-day sister, Shirley Baumhover! and ; tn P trough Texas, New Mexico the bridegroom's sister. Rose | and Colorado Hansman. Donald Hansman a brother, and Jerry Heithoff attended the bridegroom. Ushers were the bride's brother, Larry Baumhover, and the CARROLL THE/ITER - CARROLL" MUST END WED. Eves, at 7 & 9 Natalie Wood • Elliott Gould • Robert Culp Dyan Cannon "BOB & CAROL TED & ALICE" Extension Program Set for December 3 Carroll area women are invited to attend an Extension Home Economics Committee program Thursday afternoon, Dec. 3, at the St. Lawrence School cafeteria, starting at 1:30 p.m. The program will center around entertaining the "fun- do"' way by using the fondue pot. according to Extension Home Economist Bonnie Voss. There will be a 25-cent registration fee. UCT Auxiliary Contributes to Retarded Fund The Carroll Auxiliary No. 3, United Commercial Travelers of America, preceded its November meeting Monday night with a no-hostess dinner at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant and Lounge. Mrs. Otto Blum], senior conn selor, presided at the business meeting. Committee reports were given by various chairmen. The group voted to make a donation to the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children this month. New programs were handed out. Entertainment followed the meeting, and prizes were awarded. The committee in charge included Mrs. Lavern Deen, Mrs. Clyde Rungee, Mrs. Roger Kanne and Mrs. Bill Kelly- The date of the December meeting will be announced later. Committee for that meeting includes Mrs. Al Reiff, Mrs. Ralph Hoffmann, Mrs. Pat Mungon and Mrs. Joe Determan. Sisters Share Honors at a Bridal Shower Golden Anniversary . . . Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kline of Glidden will celebrate their 50th wedding Anni- sary on Sunday, Nov. 29, with an open house at their home from two until four o'clock Hosts will be members of their family. All relatives and friends are invited. The couple requests no gifts. ft ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a ft ft ft ft ft ft ft a ft ft ft s a ft ft ft a ft ft MAKE YOUR OWN CHRISTMAS CANDLES Festive candles are easy-to-make. Seem to glow and shimmer from within. Slow-burning last for years. Glo-Wax, 5 lbs $1.55 Wick _ 1 ft. .10 Vial of Glitter .. .35 Crayon Color .02 Instruction Book .. .10 JOE'S PAINT CENTER West of Court House Forking — Carroll y y y y y y y y y y y y y y I Sharing honors at a bridal shower Sunday at the Knights of Columbus hall were Shirley Heinrichs. Dec. 5 bride-elect of Ronald Langel of Templeton, and her sister, Susan Heinrichs, who will wed Ronald Smouse § I of Coon Rapids on Jan. 23. They fj! | are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. | j Edward Heinrichs of Maple River. Hostesses for the double shower were the future brides' aunt, Mrs. Alvin Heinrichs, and their sisters, Mrs. James Riesberg of Maxwell and Sharla and Sarah Heinrichs. Light and dark blue and white were used in shower decorations, in keeping with the chosen colors of the honorees. Court whist was played and lunch was served to the group of about 40 guests. Prizes were awarded to Diane Weihs. Joyce Langel, Mrs. Laverne Bernholtz, Maureen Madigan and Mrs. Duane Thelen. & i spurgeon's keep prices down! Have you seen any barefooted boys and girls around lately? There must be lots of them because we still have lots of Fall and Winter shoes. Let's get together; now. To make it interesting, we've cut prices 25% to 33%. But, please hurry —we don't want them to have cold feet! SAVE 50% Women are Hostesses to Card Groups The D O U B L E FOUR Club met Monday evening for bridge in the home of Mrs. Donald D a n n e r. Score prize winners were Mrs. Ed Pietig. high; Mrs. Richard Hartzell, second: and Mrs. Edwin Tigges, traveling. Fruit baskets were at either end of the lunch table, and there was a decorated cake in honor of Mrs. Tigges' birthday. Mrs. Hartzell will have the next party, Dec. 7. Pinochle was played at the Monday afternoon party of the H. H. CLUB. Mrs. George Masching was hostess at her home, with Mrs. Rose Kasperbauer as an additional guest. High score and high bid prizes were won by Mrs. Peter Hausman; second high went to Mrs. Ed Miller and traveling, to Mrs. Frank Herbers. The club will meet next with Mrs. William Sondgeroth, Dec. 10. Another group playing pinochle Monday afternoon was the F.O.B. CLUB, which met at Mrs. Joe NagPs home. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. William Kuker, high; Mrs. Joe Schirck, low; and Erna Langmeier, traveling. The next hostess, on Dec. 3, will be Mrs. Leonard Pietig. Calendar Tuesday— Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. W. L. Reitz League of Women Voters, 9 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 B.F.F. Club, Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton Eight O'CIock Club, Mrs. Earl Connors Wednesday— H. G. Club, Mrs. F. A. Stark Golden Circle euchre David Farrell and Mrs. Darwin Bunger were guests other than members. The next hostess will be Mrs. Douglas West, on Dec. 7. The club plans to meet once a month. Thanksgiving Is Theme at Toastmistress "Count Your Blessings" was the program theme at the Carroll Toastmistress Club meeting Monday night at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant. Thanksgiving thoughts were emphasized in table topics led by Mrs. Joe Pick, with each member participating. Mrs. John Clapper, president, presided at the meeting which convened at 5:30 to allow members of the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary to later attend the annual dinner meeting of that organization. Other Toastmis- tresses had dinner at Joe's following the business session and program. The meeting opened with the pledge to the flag, led by Mrs. Edward Hanneman. Members accepted the report of the nominating committee which was composed of Esther Juergens, Rose Marie Schweers and Mrs. \ Herschel Tryon. Election of new officers is scheduled for the next meeting. A speech by Miss Schweers and a book review by Ethel For rest were highlights of the formal program for which Mrs. Joe Heider was toastmistress. Miss Schweers' talk explored "Fiji", a group of islands in the South Pacific which recently became independent of England. She described the topography and exports and traced the history of the islands which serve as a hub of traffic in the Pacific. Comparing Fiji to the Hawaiian Islands, she said that the new nation is fast becoming modernized and a tourist attraction. Miss Forrest reviewed a book Auxiliary Presents Awards for Service Award pins, recognizing over j Mrs. Walter Baudler received a pin for 1,000 hours of service. 3,000 hours of service, were presented to members of the St Anthony Hospital Auxiliary at their general meeting and potluck supper Monday evening at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. Renamed . . . Mrs. Verna Frank of Carroll has been reelected secretary-treasurer of the Accountants Association of Iowa. Officers of the state organization were installed at a banquet session of their 24th annual tax seminar. Mrs. Henry Steinkamp and Mrs. Alfred Tiefenthaler received pins noting 500 hours of service. Pins for 100 hours of service were presented to Carol Ahmann, Mrs. Rose Badding, Mrs. Joe Determan, Mrs. Jerry Hamman, Mrs. John Hornberger, Mrs. M. C. Schaefer, Mrs. Art Schroeder, Mrs. F. H. Testroet, Mrs. Cletus Windschitl and Mary Webster. Robert Blincow, hospital administrator, spoke briefly to the group of over 100 members, and introduced James Carroll, new comptroller. During the business meeting, Mrs. L. A. Smith, auxiliary president, explained the money tree Ellerbroek's of Carroll is having in connection with their grand opening. All checks on the money tree will be presented to the Auxiliary. New members of the Auxiliary were welcomed, as were guests from the Auxiliary at Denison. Movies of the Auxiliary's benefit auction at the Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport in September were shown. ENTERTAIN RESIDENTS Three classes of third grade music students of Mrs. Don by Marjorie Holmes, a native Seiveriin of , Carr0 ! 1 Public School, Mrs. Jerry Nichols used a Thanksgiving theme in entertaining the NEW BIDDERS Club at her home Monday. Mrs. Don Prior and Mrs. Richard Nelson were guests other than members; Mrs. Prior became a new member. At bridge, Mrs. Nelson received high score prize: Mrs. Donald Dreessen, second; and Mrs. Darcy Peterson, low. Names were drawn for a gift exchange at the Christmas party on Dec. 7, when Mrs. Richard White will be hostess. Up To All reg. 3.39 All reg. 3.99 All reg. 4.99 • All reg. 5.99 • All reg. 6.99 • • now 2.00 • now 2.00 now 3.00 now 1.00 now 4.00 Girls sizes: 5 to 8 and 8*/2 to 4. Boys sizes: 5 to 8, 81/ 2 to 3 and 31/2 to 6. spurqruiiN The first meeting of a newly- organized bridge group, the STACKED DECK Club, was held Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Ted Edwards. Mrs. John Vermilyea won high score prize and also kept the traveling prize. Second went to Mrs. George Provopulos and low to Mrs. Gib Johnson Bride-elect Complimented LIDDERDALE — A shower honoring Susan Edwards of Omaha was given at Holy Family parish hall here Sunday. Hostesses were Mrs. Don P. Rock and Linda Rock of Omaha and Norene Stoolman of Kansas City, assisted by Mrs. Larry Lasher, Mrs. Clarence Wiskus and Mrs. Louis Tigges. Various games were played and prizes given. Karen and Lou Ann Lohman presented several vocal selections with guitar accompaniment. Gifts were opened before lunch was served. Dark blue predominated in shower decorations. Miss Edwards and David Stoolman will be married Dec. 18 at St. James Catholic Church in Omaha. HAUBRICH'S ADDRESS DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Haubrich of Dedham jhave received the following address from their son, Alan, who left for the service Nov. 16: Pvt. Alan J. Haubrich, 481-68-2595, Co E. 2 BN. 1 Bde., USATC, Mrs. (Fort Lewis, Wash., 98433. Iowan, "I've Got to Talk to Somebody, God". The book was described as a collection of many prayers or conversations with God, by a woman for other women, on diverse topics. Miss Holmes, author of nine novels and a contributor to numerous magazines, is the wife of Lynn Mighell, whose family once lived in Carroll and Lake City. She writes a column for the Washington, D.C. "Star" and, has taught writing courses at; various universities in the East, j Individual evaluators were I Mrs. Anna Harrington and Mrs.; M. L. Collison. Mrs. Evorn j Halvorsen was grammarian; I Louise Florencourt, timekeeper; and Mrs. Clapper, general evaluator. The closing inspiration was given by Mrs. Hanneman. The group's Christmas dinner meeting will be at Joe's Executive Club Dec. 7, followed by an informal program of Christmas music in the home of Mrs. Harrington and Miss Florencourt. entertained residents and guests of the Carroll Health Center Monday afternoon. The group sang rhythmical songs from other lands and patriotic songs. Mrs. Basil Bergquist, activities director, commended the students on their excellent performance, and added that the residents enjoy performances by young people. MOVIE TONIGHT at 10:30 SPECIAL SESSION The Hugh de Payen Chapter j DeMolay will meet in special I session at 7:30 p.m. Wednes- \ day, Nov. 25, at the Masonic; Hall in Carroll, Glen Lockhart, ] DeMolay "Dad," announced Monday. These Stores on WESTGATE MALL OPEN WEDNESDAY NIGHTS Till 9 p.m. Park in the New Spacious Parking Lot Opposite West Entrance Coast to Coast Store S ERNETT FAMILY CENTER Brian Donlevy "RIDE THE MAN DOWN" The death of a wealthy rancher sets off a bitter fight for his land between his daughter and the neighbors. at 10:30 tonight following Russ Van Dyke Craig' Crummer and Pete Taylor B TV KRNT • DES MOINES CH. 78 CARROLL Charge it at Spurgeon's the friendly store that puts you first by keeping prices down. 0nly5DaysLeft to apply for the outstanding FARM BUREAU HEALTH CARE PROGRAM with no waiting periods except maternity. Special Enrollment Ends Nov. 30th Don't miss it this time. Visit your county Farm Bureau office. Get full information on joining the Farm Bureau and on applying for the finest hospital, doctor and prescription bill protection we've ever made available to individual Iowa families. BLUE CROSS*and BLUE SHIELD* OF CARROLL V V> on the Mall in downtown Carroll DES MOINES / SIOUX CITY •Registered service marks of the American Hospilal.Associalion "Registered semce marks of trie National Association of Slue Shield Plans Remember, Ellerbroek's will be open tonight 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 for the people who register on those days or nights. It will pay you to visit Ellerbroek's both days, on 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. Monday, November 23 Door Prize Winners: Mrs. Mar low Eiben, Coon Rapids $20.00 Shoe Prize Ray W. Hawks, Lake View _ $15.00 Sportswear Prize Jan Pille, Maple River $5.00 Accessory Prize Sr. Gail Genslee, Lidderdale $20.00 Junior Dress Prize Mrs. Hugo Wessling, Carroll $30.00 Dress & Coat Prize Mrs. Doris Snyder, Carrroll $50.00 Profile Room Prize Sharon Vonnahme, Arcadia $10.00 Lingerie Prize Mrs. R. H. Mosher, Carroll $15.00 Uniform Prize Mrs. Lester Benton, Deni son $15.00 Maternity Prize Mrs. Victor Wendl, Carroll $20.00 Children's Wear Prize You too could be a winner. All you have to do is register at our new store. Ten winners every day, with prizes totaling $2,000 during our grand opening celebration. But remember—all registration tickets are destroyed each day following the 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 another day. Come to Ellerbroek's every day from now until November 29th.

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