Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 25, 1970 · Page 23
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Film Shown at St. Mary's Guild Meeting WILLEY — A film dealing with the "generation gap" was shown as the program at the monthly meeting of St. Mary's Guild in the parish hall here Monday night. It was entitled "He Lived With Us, He Ate With Us-What Else, Dear?" The program was arranged by Mrs. Larry Klocke and Mrs. Paul Wendl and followed the business meeting conducted by Mrs. Virgil Lappe, president. The opening prayer was offered by the Rev. Francis Nemmers. Mrs. Dean Feld and Mrs. Alvin Anthofer were introduced as new members. Commission heads reporting were Mrs. Edmund Danzer, international affairs, and Mrs. Norbert Greving, organizational services. Mrs. Frank Zitzlsperger gave highlights of the NCCW convention she had attended in Minneapolis. Fr. Nemmers displayed a plaque which will be given by the parish to the Most Rev. Frank H. Greteman, D.D., when he is installed as bishop of the Sioux City diocese on Dec. 9. The president announced a series of card parties, the schedules for cleaning the church, and that on Dec. 16 the Guild will have a 7 p.m. potluck dinner and $1.00 Christmas gift exchange. Mrs. Rudy Meyers received the attendance prize; Mrs. Norbert Bauer, door prize; and Mrs. Anna Greving, the plate prize. • • <. Mrs. Robert Brincks and Mrs. William Dopheide headed the lunch committee which also included Mrs. Leon Schultes, Mrs. Joe Schmitz, Mrs'. Danzer, Helen Schmitz, Mrs. Art Bayer, Mrs. Lloyd Venteicher, Mrs. Bernard H. Greving, Mrs. Ce- today's FUNNY Q9 1970 bf'NEA, Inc. Today's FUNNY will pay JJ.OO.for each original "funny" used. Send gags to: Today's FUNNY, 1200 West Third •St, Cleveland, Ohio 44113. celia Trausch, Mrs. Lawrence Wurzer, Mrs. Mike Schaffer and Mrs. Ray Trausch. BSP to Make Peanut Brittle Plans for their annual sale of homemade peanut brittle were discussed . by members of Xi Gamma Pi chapter, Beta Sigma Phi sorority at their meeting Monday night in the home of Mrs. Dor an Brogden. Mrs. Glenn Lpckhar't is chairman of the candy project. The women will be making the peanut brittle in the near future. ' In other business, the group voted a $10.00 contribution to the Jaycee-sponsored community Christmas basket project. The evening's program, "The Good Life", was given by Mrs. Emmett Lahr and Mrs. Thomas Lambert. The chapter will have its Christmas party on ••, Dec. 14. Has Your Wife Been ^ m | With an Out Here's The Gift to Earn You A Thousand Christmas Kisses The Cleanest, Loveliest Cooking in History . . . Like Cooking on a Table Top Installs either free standing or with built -in look. Available in white, avocado, coppertone and harvest -gold. You'll enjoy the extra counter space. The Counterange™by Corning. 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CORNINQ Come See How You Can Buy It on Easy Monthly Payments DREES CO Plumbing/Heating, Appliances HOME OF DEPENDABLE SERVICE Manning School News Published by the Students of the Manning Community High School Vol. 12 Students in Manning Community High School will entertain foreign students within a 40- mile radius of Manning at a "Foreism Student Weekend" on Dec. 4 and 5. Foreign students who attend the event will present an assembly program at the hteh school during the seventh period on Dec. 4. Thev will attend the Manning-Coon Rapids ball game in the evening, followed by a pizza party at the elementary cafetorium. On Saturday evening, Dec. 5. students and their host families will enjoy a potluck in the cafetorium, after which the students will be taken to their homes by their host families., Practice for the Manning presentation of the "Messiah" will i be held at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Dec. 2, and again on Sunday afternoon, Dec. 6, at 1 p.m. Denison's junior high basketball team will play at Manning at 4:30 p.m. on Monday, Nov. 30. On Tuesday, Dec. 1, Manning's reserve and varsity teams will play at Atlantic, beginning at 6:30. Coon Rapids' reserve and varsity teams will play here on the 4th. The Coon Valley Conference winter meeting will be held on Thursday, Dec. 3, at the Pin Oaks in Carroll. Manning High School students who expect to complete their secondary school requirements and to enter college in 1972 should register now to participate in the 1971-72 National Merit Scholarship Program, Principal Charles Brotherton, announced today. The first step for all students who wish to enter the nationwide Merit Scholarship competition is to take the National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (NMSQT). The test will be given only once during this school year. Our school is scheduled to give the NMSQT at 9 a.m., Saturday, Feb. 13, (or Tuesday, Feb. 16), 1971. Taking the NMSQT is also the first step for students who wish to participate in other scholarship programs administered by the National Merit Scholarship Corporation (NMSC). These programs include the National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students and Special Scholarship programs administered by NMSC for business and industrial firms. NMSQT participants pay a $1.25 test fee. When the test is given on a Saturday, the school may charge an additional fee of up to $1.25 to cover administrative costs of testing on a non-school day. The Manning High School' Student ' Council, which met sixth period on Thursday, Nov. 19, decided that it would not join the National Association of Student Councils this year. The twenty-five dollar membership dues entitle the Council to attend two conventions each year. The Council decided that it could do just as much on its own as it could as a member of the National Association. Other items on the agenda were the basketball seating areas and the schedules for pep meetings. Seating for the basketball games will remain as last year, with the Pep Club on the first five rows on the stage and the high school boys on the northside of the Pep Band. Pep meetings will be held Add that delicious on the days we play the following: Manilla, Carroll Public, Atlantic, Guthrie Center, Audubon, Bayard. Manilla, Exira, Scranton, Glidden, Carroll Kuemper, and Sac City. In charge of magazine sale redistricting this year are Kim Jahn and Eugene Stoelk. The money earned from the magazine sale usually goes toward a project, but since it is a possibility that Manning will have a new school soon, the Council was undecided about a project for this year. The rest of the period was devoted to the planning of the school Christmas program and dance. Also discussed was the question of who should attend the J.C. Drug Conference at Ames on December 28 and 29. If you happen to see a girl slyly sneaking around the halls, checking for a certain locker number, cautiousy glancing around to make sure no one's looking, then quickly throwing something in the locker, quickly shutting it again, then looking as innocent as can be, don't worry. It's not a secret society putting bombs in your locker, it's only Secret Santa. Yes, for MHS, Santa comes a little early. The Pep Squad girls draw names for Christmas, and about a month before they start stuffing things into lockers. It's all supposed to be a big secret and. not until the night of your Pep Squad Christmas party do you find out who your "Secret Santa" really is. Pep Squad members are usually surprised at what "good- old Santa" has deposited in their lockers. It could be an onion which stinks up your, whole locker for weeks, while you try "airing" it out. If you're one of the luckier ones, you get more digestable foods such as cookies and candies. These can really come in handy when your stomach starts yelling that it's hungry. Sometimes you discover one of the more embarrassing things, such as a pair of hose hooked onto a garter belt. Upon opening your locker to this, you quickly shut it again hoping no one noticed. Whether an onion, cookies and candy, or "one of the more embarrassing things", Secret Santa is an exciting part of MHS's preparation for Christmas. The library now has on the shelves the new new books that were bought last spring. Among these are the many books given the library by Mr. Lutwitze. There are a few fiction books and the rest are in the fields of art, music, science, literature, social science, geography, and history with a few in philosophy. English and religion. The information file is ready for use and is in the' drawers beneath the card catalog. The envelopes are arranged alphabetically and may be checked out with the card as you would a book. There is current material in this file on a wide range of subjects. We have several boxes of area books which are now in the library and a number of others will come in on Dec. 9, when these are picked up. Library books will be in the building in which they will be used most. Mr. Lutwitze will No. 13 keep the books on drama at the Plaza; Mr. Molzen will keep some of the social science books at the fireman's hall. Student Librarian's this year are as follows: Debra Carlson, Jo Ann Borkowski, Mary Kasperbauer, Barbara Stangl, Jerri Gear, Rita Schultz, Mary Blum, 11 Connie Grimm, Dianna Sibbel. These student librarians type, shelve books, take care of magazines, work on the information file, help students, put up bulletin boards, and contribute, in many others ways to a smooth, functioning library. Awards Presented to Cub Scout Pack Presentation of awards was the highlight of the November Cub Scout Pack 102 meeting Monday night at St. Lawrence. Linus Goblirsch, Cubmaster, presented the Bear Badge to Chris Kammin; the Bobcat Pin to Mark Tigges; and the Den's Chief Braid to Joe Goblirsch. He also presented Goodwill Awards for helping distribute Goodwill bags for Goodwill Industries to Dave Schroeder, Cletus Carruthers, Jay Heese, Chris Kammin, Mike Daeges, Mike Warnke, Randy Heller, Jim Nelson, Mike Harmon, Ken Tegels, Gary Gute, Jeff Knott, Joe Baumhover, Larry Ludwig, Craig Promes, Jeff- Stangl, Brian Wagner, Scott Williams, Joe Grossman, Mike Grossman, Mark Heinrichs, Jim Rutten and Mark Stangl. Before their meeting, the boys attended the public safety program on bikes presented by Highway Patrolman L. E. Holtmyer. Den 2, under the direction of Mrs. Jim Ausman and Mrs. Roger Kanne, advanced the colors, to open their meeting. A "Thanksgiving Prayer" skit was presented by Den 5, under the direction of Mrs. Doil Knight and Mrs. Bob Schenider. Den 3 presented a clown skit under the direction of Mrs. Merle Danner and Mrs. Jim Welch. Boy Scouts of the parish led the Cub Scouts in group singing. Den 3 was elected honor den for the month. The Pack will go Christmas caroling Dec. 18 at Carroll nursing homes and deliver the table favors they will be making during their December Den meetings. Golden Year ' Is Observed By Niehauses ARCADIA - Mr. and Mrs. Henry Niehaus of Arcadia were honored on their golden wedding anniversary here Sunday, Nov. 2. Events began with a 10 a.m. anniversary mass and blessing read by the Rev. C. A. Ahmann at St. John's Church. Ralph Niehaus ushered; Susan and Teresa Schroeder were gift bearers at the mass. Following a dinner for the immediate family and F'r. Ahmann, 250 relatives, friends and neighbors attended an open house, held from 2 until 4 p.m. in St. John's parish hall. Granddaughters of the couple registered the guests, attended the gift table and dipped punch. Grandsons took care of other courtesies. Mrs. Louis Niehaus poured coffee. Mrs. Joe Schroeder and Mrs. Art Schroeder were dining room hostesses, assisted by Mrs. Anna N o e 1 c k, Mrs. Ray Glass, Mrs. Donald Badding and Bonnie Steinkamp. A floral centerpiece on the dinner table was a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Niehaus' grandchildren. The reception serving table featured a decorated anniversary cake. Gold candles also were used in the table appointments. A family tree had been assembled by Mrs. Leroy Niehaus. On display were dress, veil, shoes and suit worn by the bride and groom 50 years ago. All of Mr. and Mrs. Niehaus' children and grandchildren were present for their anniversary celebration. The children are Leroy, Mrs. Kenneth (Arlene) Schroeder and Ralph of Arcadia; Mrs. Lawrence (Mary Ann) Sibenaller, Carroll; and Roland, of Omaha, Neb. 1 Time* Herald, Carroll, la. Wednesday, Nov. 15, 1970 | FUNNY BUSINESS | By Roger Bollen Entertain for Miss Burgart Kathy Schaefer and Roberta Russell entertained about 15 guests Sunday at the Farm Bureau building at a personal shower honoring Deborah Burgart. Miss Burgart's marriage to Robert Magner will take place Nov. 28 at Holy Spirit Church. Bingo was played for entertainment, and the hostesses served lunch. The table centerpiece featured a bride and groom; other appointments were in the bride-elect's colors, green and white. Sharon Burgart received the door prize. CARROLL THE/ITER - CARROLL IOWA'S MOST BEAUTIFUL THEATRi MANNING WHIPPING CREAM M-M.M—GOOD Available At Your Nearby Grocery Store MANNING CREAMERY CAPRI y-^-i ^ rh.m, 4M 30-iu LAKE CfTl ifc Thurs. - Fri. • Sat. at Both Theatres Shows at 7 & 9:40 Vh HOURS OF SIDE-SPLITTING FUN FOR ALL! SUN - MON • TUES —. IN CARROLL — Sidney Poitier "THEY CALL ME MR. 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Announcements were made concerning extension activities which are "Holiday Entertaining with Fondue" at St. Lawrence Church in Carroll Dec. 3 and the public affairs series at the Elks on Dec. 8, 14, and 16 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Also announced was the Ar-We-Va Band candy sales project and the ICYE pancake supper at the Ar-We-Va school Dec. 5. Members sent get well wishes and a gift to Mrs. John Kroeger who had been in the hospital at Rochester. In charge of a Thanksgiving game was the president with the winner being Evelyn Hoick. Lunch carried out in the holiday theme was served by Mrs. Ewoldt. Mrs. Carstensen received the hostess gift. tjji I i . I •] t 4P all new 1971 SOLID-STATE console stereo NATURAL SOUND STEREO MEDITERRANEAN CABINET • 32 watt peak music power solid rtate amplifier • 4 speakers • MICRO-TOUCH J-G tone arm . . . can't accidentally ruin a record. All Zenith Console Slereos Include an "All-Station" Radio tor AM, FM and Stereo FM. 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