Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 27, 1970 · Page 16
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 16

Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 27, 1970
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Constitution Is Studied by League Units The constitution of the state of Iowa was studied by members of the League of Women Voters at their unit meetings held at the Presbyterian Church in Carroll Tuesday morning and evening. . Mrs. E. R. Henning of Breda and Mrs. George Opperman, Manning, led the state item study in the morning; Mrs. Frank Reibold and Mrs. Opperman, in the evening. Mrs. Stephen Garst of Coon Rapids, state board member, was present at both sessions to discuss the possible agenda for future state item study. Mrs. Joe Russell of Carroll attended the evening meeting .as a new member. County and regional organizations will be the study topic for the next meetings on Dec. 1, also at the Presbyterian Church. Discussion leader will be Mrs. Arthur A. Neu. Time* Herald, Carroll, lo. Friday, Nov. 27, 1970 Many Had Guests Thanksgiving Day Marilyn B. Wernimont Courtesy for Miss Hensel Rosemary Hensel was guest of honor at a bridal shower given Wednesday evening by Lanette Dahn and Rhonda Nissen, at Miss Dahn's home. Included in the group of 22 guests were several of Miss Hensel's former Carroll High School classmates. Games were played and lunch was served later in the evening. Royal blue and white, Miss Hensel's chosen colors, were featured in shower decorations. A sprinkling can centered the gift table and a bride, the dining table. Miss Hensel will become the bride of Malick Foley at St. Lawrence Church on Nov. 28. HURT IN ACCIDENT Mark Brickman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brickman of Carroll, was hospitalized Wednesday evening with a broken leg following an automobile accident near Albert Lea, Minn. Mark, a student at Brown Institute in Minneapolis, was en route to Carroll for the Thanksgiving holidays. His address for the next two weeks or more will be Naeve Hospital, Albert Lea, Minn. Couple Sets Wedding Date Mr. and Mrs. Joseph H. Wernimont of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Marilyn Barbara, lo Joseph I. Stahl Jr. of South Norwalk, Conn. He is the son of Mrs. Joseph J. Stahl of. McLean, Va., and the late Mr. Stahl. A Jan. 2 wedding is planned. Miss Wernimont. a graduate of St. Catherine's School of Nursing. Omaha, attends St. Louis (Mo.) University and is a staff nurse at St. Mary's Health Center. Her fiance is a graduate of Stanford University and holds an M.B.A. degree in marketing from George Washington University, Washington, D.C. He is assistant to the director of national sales with Homelite, a division of Textron, at Bryam, Conn. Many Carroll families celebrated Thanksgiving by entertaining guests in their homes. Sr. Marlou Ricke of Cedar Rapids came to spend Thanksgiving vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ricke, and will be here until Sunday. Other guests in the Ricke home for Thanksgiving supper were the Archie Ricke family of Arcadia, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Reiff and family and Mrs. Ed Miller of Carroll. Spending Thanksgiving Day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wegner were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harris and children Terri, Beth and Jeff, and Mr. Harris' mother, Mrs. Zoe Harris, all of Fort Dodge. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Schleisman had as Thanksgiving guests Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schleisman and family of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz and family, Breda; Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman and Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Schleisman and families, Lake City. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Throckmorton, Cynthia and Kevin were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Throckmorton and Christopher, and Mrs. Iva Moore, mother of Mrs. Richard Throckmorton, all of Des Moines; Mr Throckmorton's mother, Mrs Ada Throckmorton of Ames and his brother, Adel Throck­ morton of Jamaica. Kevin is home for the Thanksgiving vacation from Wayne State College, Wayne, Neb. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Underwood, Greg and Jeff had as their Thanksgiving guests Mr. Underwood's parents, Mr. and j dist church. Wiemanns Mark Their Golden Year (Times Herald News Service) AUDUBON — Mr. and Mrs. John Wiemann, retired longtime Audubon county farmers, observed their 50th wedding anniversary this week. Their anniversary was Tuesday, but their formal observance was held Sunday in First United Metho- ' \ WCV'i'K " <ll »,' v jfi**""*^ Mrs. Joe Underwood Sr. and son Kirk, and his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Underwood Jr. and family, all of Fort Dodge. Spending the holiday with Mrs. James T. Huffman and son Jim were Mr. and Mrs. Larry Padavich and children of Ottumwa, who stayed until Friday; Mr. and Mrs. Jay Clark of Knoxville and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Clark of Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Crabfree and children of Des Moines spent Thanksgiving with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Crabtree. Guests for Thanksgiving dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Reitz were their son Bob, a student at the University of i Nissen, Mrs. Beverly Wulf, both Iowa, and Mr. and Mrs. L. L. j of Exira, Mrs. Fred Larsen, Peterson of Newell and the i Mrs. Dayle Wahlert, both of Petersons' children, Kerry, Kim; Audubon, and Mrs. Don Britton The Wiemanns were married in the Methodist parsonage in Atlantic on Nov. 24, 1920. Mr. Wiemann, 74, was born in Carroll county. His wife, Lula, 72, is a native of Audubon county. Her parents were the Hugh Murrays. Following their marriage they farmed seven years northwest of Audubon, then moved to a farm east of Audubon where they remained until 1940. In that year they moved to a place south of Exira, where they farmed until retiring and moving into Exira 12 years ago. They still are members of the Audubon Methodist church. Their children include two sons, Jack of Exira, and Franklin of Huntington Beach, Calif., and five daughters, Mrs. Elaine •—Times Herald News Service Photo Mr. and Mrs. John Wiemann • Plot (Continued From Page 1) and Kelly. Film Shown at Meeting of Altar Society Calendar ROSELLE 'Crisis and Saturday— Golden Circle 7:30 p.m. Monday— Crazy 8's Club, Mrs. Dennis Donnelly A.C.B. Club, Mrs. Gary A film entitled \ Kunecke Challenge", per- Tuesday 1 Anew member in your family? Call your Welcome Wagon hostess. She has a basket of lovely gifts and helpful information for the new parents and baby. Phone 792-3609 taining to schools and narrated by Bob Henry of WHO-TV, was shown to members of the Holy Angels Altar and Holy Name Societies at the women's meeting held Tuesday night in the parish hall. Mrs. Clifford Eischeid, Altar Society president, conducted the business session. She thanked those who helped clean the hall and at the sznorgasbord, reminded the women of the Thanksgiving clothing collection for the needy, and also asked that Group 3 clean the hall next month. Mrs. James Behrens reported on cards sent and read thank-you notes. The Rev. Richard Macke added his appreciation for the success of the parish smorgasbord. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party on Dec, 12, starting at 6:15 p.m. Parish nuns, lay teachers and the Holy Name Society members are invited; and Fr. Macke announced that there will be no mass that evening. Mrs. Lawrence Havermann received the door prize; draw prizes went to Mrs. Harold Reiman, Mrs. Earl Wittrock and Mrs. Lawrence Sibenaller. On the lunch and entertainment committee were Mrs. Paul Hoffman, Mrs. Jerry Rupiper, Mrs. Andrew Hoffman, Mrs. Jerry Broich, Mrs. La vera Riesberg, Mrs. Marlow Weill, Mrs. Henry Riesenberg and Mrs. Henry Schwa be. of Women Voters, 9 8 p.m., Presbyterian Club, Mrs. A red spruce beside the lighthouse at Lubec Point, Maine, is the easternmost tree in the United States. OF CARROLL Oil , \^t !y <f^ on the Mall in downtown Carroll m League a.m., Church Newman Study Frank Balk Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. John Fortune STOP Club, 7 p.m., Standard Farm Center Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. John Fortune Antonian Alumnae, Mrs. Arnold Havermann Epsilon Chi, Mrs. Robert Steinberg Players 8, Mrs. Robert Schneid er Firstnighters, Country Club T.W.C. Club, Mrs. R. J. Clark Kardettes, Mrs. Robert Feldmann Golden Circle bridge H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Clair Schmitz Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Patrick Lehman Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Frank Bielmaier Town and Country Club, Mrs. Norbert Hermsen M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Herbert Kroeger Community Club, Mrs. William J. Kanne A. B. Club, Mrs. John Juergens HONORED AT DINNER Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mitchell had as Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. James Owens and son Timmy and Mrs. Emma Kraus of Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rupiper of Templeton. Timmy was honored for his first communion that morning at Holy Spirit Church and his father was honored for his birthday. Each was presented with a decorated cake. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Riesenberg entertained at Thanksgiving dinner and supper Mr. and Mrs. Linus Roth, Jim, Bonnie and Beverly, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Schuler, Vicki, Kristy and Jeff, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meister, all of Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Meister, Cindy and Steve of Madrid. The Riesenbergs' children, Larry, Debra, Randy, Diane, Gary, Bob, David and Cathy, also were present. Out-of-town guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert S. Brunei' and family were the John Bruners of Fort Dodge, the Brian Bruners, Des Moines, and Barry Brunei', student at the University of South Dakota, Vermillion. Dr. and Mrs. Bruce Lombard and children entertained their parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Frank Snuttjer of Otley and Mr. and Mrs. John Lombard of Sioux City. Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Vermilyea were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Olson of Sloan; her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Snodgrass and five children of Sioux City; and her grandfather, Frank Hutchins of Smithland. of Omaha. They have 23 grandchildren. Mr. Wiemann has two brothers and four sisters, and his wife has two brothers and lour sisters. Pinochle Club Is Entertained Mrs. James McGrane was hostess for the H. G. Club's pinochle party, entertaining Wednesday afternoon at her home. At one table, Mrs. T. J. Kerwin won high prize and Mrs. Theodore Potthoff, high. Mrs. Oscar Heider won high at the other table and Mrs. Clem Rehker, a guest, second. The next party will be Dec. 9 at Mrs. Ed Miller's home. Euchre Party At Clubrooms Golden Circle club had its weekly euchre party at the clubrooms Wednesday night, with four tables in play. Women's prizes went to Mrs. William Meshek, high, and Mrs. Vitus Schechinger, second. L. B. McFee won high for men and Vincent Ricke, second. Mrs. Clarence Wright received the tally prize. over 10,000 agents along with supporting personnel and equipment." However, he said he has conservatively estimated the FBI would require an additional 400 agents to handle investigative work under the antibombing provisions of the organized crime control law as well as mounting work in connection with other campus violence, aircraft hijackings, and New Left and black extremists. "The acceleration of violence is not limited to acts that can be attributed to the New Left," Hoover said. "Black extremists have also been involved in ter­ roristic activities." Referring to bombings that occurred in Washington in late August at the Portuguese Embassy and the Information Office of the Rhodesian Embassy, Hoover said "extensive investigation to date indicates the involvement of a closely knit group of black militants in Washington who are not known to be formally organized." "A Federal grand jury is conducting an inquiry concerning the bombings" hesaid. vention participants are other radical allies like the Gay Liberation Front, the Women's Collective and the Youth International party. The convention is a followup to a Labor Day gathering in Philadelphia where a series of workshops produced rough notes from which the Panthers say the new constitution will be molded. • Arms (Continued From Page 1) that the defendants were obsessed by greed. They evidently had been motivated mainly by the intention of "staying in business" in the face of strong foreign competition in the ineraa- tional arms trade, he said. Buehrle, who concedes he is probably the richest man in Switzerland, was found guilty of violating a 1949 government decree under which embargos are imposed on arms deliveries to countries at war or threatened by conflict. He was acquitted of charges of complicity in falsifying documents used in the shipments. Hospital Buys New Portable X-Ray Machine (PICTURE: Page 1.) In an a 11 e m p t to maintain their high quality of work, the X-ray department of St. Anthony Hospital has purchased a new portable X-ray unit, according to Howard Johnson, R.T. The hospital acquired its first mobile X-ray unit in the fall of 1958. It was donated by the hospital auxiliary. This unit, as Johnson said, served its purpose, and worked well to a point. The film it produced was not as satisfactory, nor of the same quality as films produced in the X-ray department. Despite the poorer quality of the films, there was, and still is, a need for a portable X-ray unit. Aportable unit can be wheeled to the room of a patient who cannot be brought to the X-ray department, and is also valuable for use in the emergency room and operating rooms. The new Picker Condenser Discharge Mobile Unit is more powerful, and produces much better quality film, Johnson said. The entire department is now designed to handle anything which may come up, he said. They have the latest technical equipment available. As Johnson explained, "Our equipment and personnel are second to none." He compared their quality of work to that found in large metropolitan hospitals. The new unit is currently in use and is part of the equipment which will be moved to the new St. Anthony Regional Hospital. • Awards (Continued From Page 1) Jeff Mohr* Kevin Wanninger, Mark Nulle, Danny Rone, Bill Voge, Douglas Rohe, Michael Mohr, Steve Mohr, Robert Tank, Lonnie Jensen, Richard Struve. Jim Struve, Steven Tank, Vernon Hansen, Dean Lorenzen, Dan Lorenzen, Kevin Struve. Dedham Go-Getters — Kevin Klocke, Ron Tigges, Eddie Klocke, Mark Klocke. Arcadia Energetics — Neil Denti linger, Michael Bcrger, Craig Dent- ChargeS against him had been j linger, , Steven. , Vonnahme, Lon UNDERGOES SURGERY Darrell Dillehay of Carroll, underwent major surgery at University Hospital in Iowa City Wednesday. His address in Chil- Wednesday. His address is Children's Hospital, Orthopedic Ward, Room C-118, Iowa City, Iowa. Chapter Given Award Red Cross chapter has -Times Herald News Service Photo , . The Audubon County been given a "Special Award" by the Omaha regional blood center for consistently reaching 100 per cent of its blood quota during the past year. Mrs. Harold Jayne of Audubon, (left), who heads the blood program for the county, is shown with Mrs. Vern Jensen, chairman of the current Red Cross fund drive in the Audubon residential area. WASHINGTON (AP) Panther party organizers regis tered delegates to their Revolutionary People's Constitutional Convention today while a hassle continued over a meeting site. Carloads of young people, both white and black, trickled into the capital for the two- day finale of an effort to rewrite the U.S. Constitution and ban what the Panthers say is rampant racism in the country. Howard University had agreed to host the estimated 7,500-10,000 delegates, but turned the Panthers down saying a $1,000 down payment for expenses arrived a day late. After repeatedly demanding that the mostly-black school host the convention free, the Panthers agreed to pay the $7,337 Howard said use of school facilities would cost. Howard University President Dr. James Cheek held discussions on the controversy most of Thanksgiving Day, but a Panther spokesman said early today there had been no meetings with Cheek Thursday and the impasse remained. Meanwhile, some delegates registering at various sites Thursdy were told Howard was still the placce to go.Bu tbecouse of the dispute, the only item on today's schedule is registration at All Soul's Unitarian Church. Joining the Panthers as con- limited to involvement in the sales to South Africa. They Black! ma ^e U P almost two thirds of the total illegal dealings, which were valued at $20.5 million and included sales of cannon and ammunition. The shipments were made between 1963 and 1968. Lebedinsky, Vice Director Dr. Alexandre Gelbert, and Confidential Clerk Max Meili had pleaded guilty to charges of forgery and violating the federal decree in arranging all illegal exports, including sales to Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Malaysia and Lebanon. Under Swiss law conviction on charges of forging official documents can carry up to five years at hard labor. There is no appeal against a supreme court verdict. Schroeder, Michael Vonnahme, Kenny Ricke, Danny Ricke, Loren Dentlinger, Kevin Ricke, Thomas Ricke, Doug Ricke, Dale Dentlinger, Craig Schrad. Roselle Rustlers — Randy Rupiper, Arthur Behrens, Loren Eischeid, Joe Rupiper, Daniel Nagl, Keith Rupiper, Bradley Reiman, Ronn.y Eischeid. Breda All-Stars — Charles Schelle, Mike Schelle, Tom Venner, Dale Venner, Barb Wittry, Susan Venner, James Venner, Ron Pick, Dava Wittry, Betty Venner. rvv^v v v T- rrr'ri EGGS SUNNY SIDE UP When ordering your eggs sunny side up, like furnishings when moving, you don 't want them broken. Coll Vanderheiden-north American when you move ... the people pleasers who treat furniture like eggs. PHONE 792-9268 1019 N. East St. — Carroll CARROLL THEATER "CARROLL C APRIT^ LAKE CITY Wednesday, November 25th Door Prize Winners: $20.00 Shoe Prize - $15.00 Sportswear Mrs. Joleen Gerdes, Carroll Mrs. F. C. Henrich, Carroll prize R. O. Moorhouse, Glidden—$5.00 Accessory prize Jane Tacke, Carroll—$20.00 Jr. Dress prize Mrs. Ted Edwards, Carroll—$30.00 Dress prize Mrs. Donald Feltner, C rroll—$50.00 Coat prize Georgia Busche, Carroll—$10.00 Lingerie prize Mrs. Maris Perry, Carroll—$15.00 Uniform prize Mrs. Allan M. Peterson, Carroll—$15.00 Maternity prize Mrs. Terry Hyland, Carroll — $20.00 Children's prize These Stores On WESTGATE MALL OPEN SUNDAY 1 p. m. to 5 p. m. spacious Westgate parking lot, opposite Park in the new West Entrance s ERNETT FAMILY CENTER Coast to Coast STORE Bring AH The Girls and Boys with Their Dreams of Beautiful Toys i SANTA IS COMING TO TODD'S TOYLAND TO TALK TO BOYS AND GIRLS Sunday, November 29 1 to 4 P.M. HURRY! MUST END SATURDAYJ YOU'VE NEVER LAUGHED SO HARD IN ALL YOUR LIFE! HOURS OF SIDESPLITTING FIW! "IT'S A MAD MAD, MAD MAD WORLD" TONIGHT AT 7 & 9:40 JONATHAN WINTERS 30 STARS COLOR _ IN CARROLL — SUN. - MON. - TUES. Sun. at 1:15, 3, 5, 7, 9 SIDNEY POITIER MARTIN LANDAU BARBARA McNAIR m — IN LAKE CITY — SUN. THRU WED. Sun. at 2, 4:30, 7 & 9:15 TrfE HAW/IIMNS WE MIRISCH PRODUCTION COMPANY ftmwi I CHARLTON HESTON |

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