Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 22
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Oswalds are Honored for Fiftieth Year BREDA — Mr. and Mrs. Peter Oswald of Breda noted their 50th wedding anniversary on Nov. 22. Mass was celebrated at 1 p.m. in St. Bernard Church by the Rev. John Doherty, with the Revs. Gerald Zeman and Leroy Frank also in the sanctuary. Allan Oswald and Tony Vogl were mass servers; Tom Reicks and Dan Oswald ushered. Lector was Ed Vogl Jr.; Louis Stork, Delmar Bruning and Arthur Schulte were cantors and Sr. Leah, the organist. Attending Mr. and Mrs. Oswald were Mrs. Charles Schelle and Marcellus Oswald as proxy for Wendelin Oswald. Three hundred persons attended a reception and open house from 2 until 4 p.m. at the Legion hall, after which a buffet supper was served to the immediate family, brothers and sisters of the couple, brothers and sisters, also at the hall. Mrs. Louis Stork, Mrs. Delmar Bruning, Mrs. Duane Boeckman and the couple's granddaughters assisted Mrs. Math Thelen in serving both the reception and the 5:30 buffet. Granddaughters were in charge of the guest book. Mr. See our complete selection of fresh, delicious Times Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 25, 1970 CANDIES In Carroll at LOUIE'S NEWS STAND and Mrs. Oswald received many cards, gifts, flowers and congratulatory calls. The former Teresa Goecke and Mr. Oswald were married Nov. 23, 1920, at St. Bernard's Church in Breda. They have 12 children, 67 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. The children include Mrs. Ray Reicks, Mrs. Albert Soyer, Paul Oswald and Leon Oswald, Carroll; Mrs. Ed Vogl, Arcadia; Mrs. Cletus Heim, Sioux Falls, S. D.; Mrs. Norman Nieland, Breda; Arthur Oswald, Hastings, Neb.; Louis Oswald, Lincoln, Neb., and Mrs. Robert Tigges, Mission, Kan., all of whom were here with their families; Charles Oswald, Fort Bragg, N. C, and William Oswald, Houston, Tex. Miss Cross, Capt. Broers Repeat Vows Mr. and Mrs. Gene Cross of Carroll announce the marriage of their daughter, Jeanne Elizabeth, to Capt. Wesley H. Broers, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wesley G. Broers of Tampico, 111. The ceremony took place Nov. 21 in the Pope Air Force Base chapel, Fayetteville, N. C. The bride has attended the University of Northern Iowa, Cedar Falls, and has been employed at Fayetteville. Capt. Broers, flight executive with the 464th Tactical Airlift Wing at Pope Air Force Base, is a 1964 graduate of the University of Illinois. Capt. and Mrs. Broers will be leaving for Frankfurt, Germany, after concluding their visit Wednesday in the home of her parents. Theater is Described by Mrs. Stroh "Making the Scene" was the title of the program presented by Mrs. Allen N. Stroh at the regular meeting of Chapter EB, P.E.O., Tuesday night at the home of Mrs. Max H. Reed. The program concerned the Carroll Community Theater. Mrs. Stroh told of the organization of the theater group, its accomplishments to date and its plans for the future. She displayed pictures taken of the two plays which have been presented, "Mary, Mary" and "Harvey", and showed the organization's scrapbook. Mrs. Reed and her co-hostess, Mrs. R. G. Crabtree, served dessert from a table centered with a multi-colored candle arrangement. Mrs. George Holland presided at the coffee service. The chapter's Christmas meeting will be held Dec. 8 at the home of Mrs. G. Arthur Minnich Jr. Many Card Parties Held on Tuesday STONES Printers Stationery K. of C. Bldg. Table Favors Are Made for County Home Table favors for Thanksgiving dinner at the Carroll County Home were made by the ten members of Beta Upsilon chapter, Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority, who met Tuesday night in the home of Mrs. Wilbert L. Reitz. At the close of the social evening the hostess served dessert, with Mrs. John E. Martin pouring coffee. The table, covered with a gold cloth, featured a fall candle arrangement. On Dec. 8 members and husbands will have a Christmas dinner party and gift exchange at Joe's Executive Club Restaurant RECEIVES CAP Lucia Wittrock, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Wittrock, was one of 69 College of St. Mary nursing students who received their caps in ceremonies held Tuesday in the college chapel in Omaha. Miss Wittrock led the class in giving the nursing pledge. The Rev. Fr. Swolek conducted the ceremonies and read mass. The nursing students take their training at Archbishop Bergan Mercy Hospital. Attending Miss Wittrock's capping were her parents and sister-in-law, Mrs. Michael Wittrock Jr. NURSES' POTLUCK The St. Anthony Nursing Alumnae will hold their annual fall potluck next Thursday, Dec. 3, at the hospital cafteria, starting at 6:30 p.m. All alumnae of the St. Anthony School of Nursing are invited to attend. President Chester A. Arthur, widely known for his elegance and hospitality, was popularly spoken of as the "Gentleman Boss." OF CARROLL on the Mall in downtown Carroll % YO^ E Herb roe k's Are Open Tonight Remember, Ellerbroek's will be open tonight arid Friday 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 tonight and Friday 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. Tuesday, November 24 Door Prize Winners: Dolores A. Baumhover, Glidden $20.00 Shoe Prize Mary Croglan, Carroll $15.00 Sportswear Prize Mrs. Bob Jenkins, Breda $5.00 Accessory Prize Mrs. Marvin Sporrer, Dedham $20.00 Junior Dress Prize Mrs. Grace Black, Carroll $30.00 Dress Prize Mrs. Eugene Nieland, Breda $50.00 Coat Prize Ron Booth, Carroll $15.00 Lingerie Prize Inez Horn, Audubon $15.00 Uniform Prize Mrs. Bob Jenkins, Breda $15.00 Maternity Prize Mrs. Orville Truitt, 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. ALWAYS THE TALK OF THE FASHION WORLD" The PLA-MOR Club met for an afternoon bridge party at the home of Mrs. John Porter, whose additional guests for the afternoon were Mrs. Ed Schroeder and Mrs. C. C. Sullivan. High score prize went to Mrs. Albert Reinhart, who will have the next party on Dec. 8. Mrs. Vincent Collison won second high. A Thanksgiving theme was featured at the B.F.F. CLUB party at Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton's home. Winning prizes for the evening of bridge were Mrs. Darell Sunderman, high; Mrs. Wayne Weeks, second high and traveling; and Mrs. Leo Loxterkamp, low. Mrs. Clark Peters is a new member. The club's Christmas party is planned for Dec. 8, with Mrs. Merle pahn as hostess. Mrs. L. P. Jung was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the ENTRE NOUS Club at two tables of bridge. Mrs. Paul Pascoe and Mrs. Roy Heuton were guests other than members. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Louis H. Anderson and Mrs. Guy Jones. Dessert table decorations were in the Thanksgiving motif. The club will not meet again until after the holidays; Mrs. S. S. Kudsk will entertain on Jan. 5. Pinochle was played at the meeting of the HAPPY EIGHT Club at Mrs. Orville Ludwig's home. Mrs. Louis Star man was winner of the high score prize; Mrs. Donald Nieland, second; and Mrs. James Pudenz, low. Guest gifts were presented to Mrs. Donald Wieland and Mrs. David Wernimont. Mrs. Ludwig carried out the Thanksgiving theme for her party. Members and their husbands will have a Christmas party at Joe's Executive Club on Dec. 5. Meeting for an evening of bridge at the home of Mrs. Robert Schneider were members of the TALLY-HI Club and three other guests, Mrs. Robert L. Petersen, Mrs. A. J. Puffett and Mrs. Pat Schmitz. High score and traveling prizes were won by Mrs. Larry Hurd; low went to Mrs. Zenas Becker. The club's Christmas party is planned for Dec. 12, and bridge will be resumed Jan. 12 at Mrs. Larry Soyer's home. All members were present when Mrs. James Houlihan entertained the J.L.C. CLUB at her home Tuesday night. Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Mrs. Leonard Bromert and Mrs. Ed Schroeder received score prizes for the evening of bridge. The Christmas party will be at Mrs. Evelyn Wiederhold's home, Dec. 8. Mrs. Earl Connors was hostess for the EIGHT O'CLOCK Club's dinner party Tuesday night at the Carroll Country Club. High score prize was won by Mrs. C. C. Sullivan; the other prizes, by Mrs. Earl B. Thompson and Mrs. Josef R. Martin. A no-hostess Christmas party is planned for Dec. 10. A Thanksgiving theme was carried out by Mrs. George Volk when she entertained the HONORETTES Club at her home. Mrs. Douglas Drees was an additional guest for the evening of bridge. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Anthony Stalzer; second, Mrs. Leroy Johnson; and low, Mrs. Jerome Goecke, in whose home the Dec. 17 Christmas party and gift exchange will be held. Four tables of bridge were in play at the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club's weekly party at the clubrooms, where Mrs. Floyd White Sr. was lunch hostess for the afternoon. Mrs. Aurora Mungon, Mrs. Laura Finegan and Mrs. Peter Jensen won prizes. Next Tuesday the women will have a no-hostess potluck. Laird (Continued From Page 1) Mrs. C. Herrig Hosts WPC Club (Times Herald New* Service) WALL LAKE - WPC Club met Wednesday in the home of Mrs. Christine Herrig. Prizes were won by Mrs. Herrig, Mrs. Rose Finger and Mrs. Ed Herrig. Visitors during the past week in the Glen Bengtson home included Mr. and Mrs. Phil Holle- wick and Mrs. Elizabeth Wolfram of Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Nesset of Redwood Falls, Minn, were weekend guests in the home of Mrs. Bernice Beck. Weekend guests in the Bert R. Gerdes home were Mr. and Mrs. Bill Paysen of Wayne, Neb. Wednesday callers in the Raymond Raine home were Mr. and Mrs. James McCormick of Devils Lake, N.D. Donald Stickrod of Stanton, Calif, spent the past week in the Henry Stickrod home. Additional Saturday callers were Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Sundquist and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sundquist of Sioux City, Dr. and Mrs. William Brauer and family of Minneapolis. They were all Saturday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Dorothy Vogel. 2 fori SALE HOOVHI CONVERTIBLE It Beats, as it Sweeps, as it Cleans Upright Vacuum Recommended by Carpet Experts HOOVER CONSTELLATION The canister that offers more of 'what you want in a cleaner. Tank Type —Best for Above the Floor Cleaning Both for HEIRES ELECTRIC 2 Auburn Clubs Meet for Cards (Times Herald New* Service) AUBURN — Mrs. F. L. Barto was hostess to members of the M.N.O. Club at her home Wednesday evening. Court Whist was played at two tables with Mrs. Delbert Moring and Mrs. Darlene Shelp receiving prizes. Mrs. Moring was an additional guest. Mrs. Ed Reiman was hostess to members of the G. N. Club and one additional guest, Mrs. Christena Hunzeker. Pinochle was played at two tables with score prizes being awarded to Mrs. Catherine Reiling, Mrs. Henry Schulte, Mrs. Clara Schulte, Mrs. Reiman, Mrs. Emma Reiling. Mrs. Emil Fetsch will be the next hostess. Mr. and Mrs. James Truelson and sons of Kalona were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Byrhl Cates. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Truelson, Emmetsburg, were Friday evening visitors. P.O. TO CLOSE The Carroll post office will be closed all day Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, Nov. 26, Postmaster B. G. Tranter announced Wednesday. No window service will be provided and there will be no deliveries of mail by the city or rural carriers. Special delivery service and regular lockbox service will be provided. The holiday collection, receipt and dispatch of mail will be maintained. trationwill retaliate immediately if the North Vietnamese shoot down other unarmed U.S. reconnaissance planes, use the demilitarized zone for infiltration, or shell South Vietnamese cities in violation of what he said was an understanding that accompanied the U.S. decision two years ago to halt bombing of North Vietnam. The North Vietnamese deny this was the understanding. "I would recommend calling off the cessation of bombing should there be major violations of these understandings," he added. Republican committee members expressed pleasure with Laird's emphasis that the weekend actions were "isolated events" rather than policy changes. But Fulbright said he didn't see how the two moves would help the administration's announced policy of seeking to settle the conflict through negotiation. He said the only ways to free U.S. prisoners were to invade North Vietnam or negotiate a settlement. Committee members fought unsuccessfully to pin Laird down on the way the weekend actions would help bring peace in Vietnam. The secretary repeatedly emphasized that the POW raid was a success in demonstrating U .S. concern for captured prisoners even though the prisoner camp was empty when the raiders got there. The raid was undertaken, the secretary said, "to demonstrate to all of our citizens and to all the world that we have not forgotten our prisoners of war." "I could not ignore the fact that our men were dying in captivity," Laird added. "Was there any doubt that Americans did not care" about the prisoners? Fulbright asked at one point. Fulbright said of the rescue attempt that "we are not questioning the heroism of the people involved, or your motives." "It is the wisdom of Hhe operation and its effects on prospects for settlement of the war that interests us," he added, asking how Laird hought they would affect a negotiated settlement. When Laird began an outline of the administration's efforts to reduce casualties, Fulbright broke in, "We are familiar with those." Laird pressed forward with Fulbright trying unsuccessfully to cut him off. "That is not what I asked you,' Fulbright finally said, repeating his question on the impact of the raids. "It seems to me it would have an adverse effect... and would seem to indicate we have given up all hope," the senator said. When Laird began to discuss President Nixon's five-point peace proposal last month, Fulbright said, "It may be dramatic but it was ineffective." "Similarly,"' he went on, "the raid to free the prisoners failed; there was something wrong with the intelligence." "It did not fail," Laird said, declaring that everything was as the intelligence had said, but "we have not devised cameras that can see through the roofs of buildings." "We have made tremendous progress so far as intelligence is concerned,"' Laird added. "You mean since Friday?" Fulbright asked. Sen. Albert Gore, D -Tenn., asked for an explanation of "the error in intelligence" that failed to show the prisoners had been Calendar Wednesday— H. G. Club, Mrs. F. A. Stark Golden Circle euchre Friday- Golden Circle pinochle Saturday- Golden Circle 7:30 p.m. Monday- Crazy 8 's Club, Mrs. Dennis Donnelly A.C .B. Club, Mrs. Gary Kunecke transferred away from the camp. When Laird defended the intelligence and said the rescue mission found the camp exactly as had been described, Gore broke in, "Except the prisoners weren't there." "Every bit of intelligence proved to be correct," Laird .insisted. "The only pictures we did not have were pictures inside the cells.,, Gore said he had been advised that while the operation was being planned, '•some of our allies in Saigon gave us away." "There was no . security break," Laird said. Vice President Spire T. Agnew told newsmen in Los Angeles Tuesday that the rescue attempt failed because of "faulty intelligence." Later, Sen. Gale McGee, D- Wyo., asked about the possibility of North Vietnamese reprisals against tiie captured prisoners. Laird said that, in the event of retaliation, "I would certainly feel it would be my duty as secretary of defense to recommend strong counter measures by the United States." Fulbright asked Laird what he meant. "I don't care to discuss these at this time," the secretary replied. "This is a strong statement," Fulbright said. "It is in the nature of a threat." He asked why the government had waited to free the prisoners if it knew of ways to do it. "We are considering other actions," Laird said without elaboration. ENTERS HOSPITAL (Time* Herald Newa Service) VAIL r- Keith Buck of Vail was admitted to Crawford County Memorial Hospital at Denison Saturday. Yule Craft To be Shown at STOP Club Mrs. Arnold Ludwig of Lake City will be guest speaker al next Tuesday night's meeting of the Carroll STOP Club at the Standard Farm Service Center. She will display a number of Christmas articles and demonstrate their construction. Thirty-three members weighed in at this week's meeting. Of this number, 16 lost a combined total of 35 pounds; 10 gained 20 pounds and the others had maintained their weights from last week. The "queen" for the week lost five pounds; the "pig" had a two- pound gain. Members were reminded of the Dec. 1 deadline for entering the holiday weight-losing contest. A door prize was awarded. Lodge Plans Yule Parties Plans for holiday parties were made at the regular meeting of Central Rebekah Lodge No. 191, Monday night at the I.O.O.F. hall. On Dec. 6 the women will join Odd Fellows and their wives for a potluck dinner and 50-cent gift exchange. On Dec. 14, their regular meeting night, the Re- bekahs will have a potluck and exchange white elephant gifts. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Ralph Dunn, noble grand, after which Mrs. Archie Jones served lunch. CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY (Time* Herald Newa Service) DEDHAM - Mrs. Hadda Winnett celebrated her 93rd birthday on Sunday at the home of her son Don Winnett. Guests included her son, and four grandchildren and great-grandchildren. DANCE FIVE MILE HOUSE Sat., Nov. 28 United Polka Band 10th Anniversary Mr. fr Mrt. Duane (Dewy I Neppl 47th Anniversary Mr. fr Mrs. Albert Eischeid GHrPTI^AS 11} AFiPrP/l 1970 CARROLL THEATER - CARROLL IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFIH TMCATM CADRI THEATRE *»*+rW%.U LAKE CITY ENDS WED. IN CARROLL "BOB & CAROL TED & ALICE" ENDS WED. IN LAKE CITY "THE HAPPY ENDING" STARTS THURSDAY AT BOTH LUXURY THEATRES! YOU'VE NEVER LAUGHED SO HARD IN ALL YOUR LIFE! 2V2 HOURS OF SIDESPLITTING FUN! zrzZo "irs A MAD s». M.t. MAD, MAD J P.M . MAD WORLD" 3 &"*j s The Little Brown Church in the Vale A new Collector's Plate; in famous Fenton Carnival Glass, specially commemorating Christmas in America. In a limited edition series and handmade in the fine tradition of Fenton Art Glass. To be produced from July 1 to December 30, 1970. We suggest you come in and reserve your plate now. Our supply is limited $12.50 In Addition, We Have Several Other Christmas Plates for 1970 Including: Pheasants in the Snow at Christmas from Bir.g and Grondahl. Hand-painted design on the famous, deep-blue Copenhagen porcelain. 7" plate made in Denmark $14.50 The Christmas Rose and the Cat by Kai Lange. The artist's peaceful motif shows the contrast, known so well in the Scandinavian countries during the .winter. Limited edtion. Royal Copenhagen porcelain 1 $14.50' Rorstrand Christmas Plate. Gunar Nylund depicts the classic story of Nils 'exerpience as he traveled with the wild geese over all of Sweden. 7 Viz" Blue and white, porcelain plate made in Sweden - ------------------__$14.50 HALLMARK CARDS and GIFTS Wcitfal* Mcfl Carrall

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