Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 26, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, October 26, 1967
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Social Calendar Thursday— Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Al Gute Past Matrons Club, 6:15 p.m., Derby Restaurant \Va-tan-ye Club, 7:30 p.m., Mrs. L. E. Anderson Duplicate Bridge, 9:45 a.m., Tony's Restaurant New Bidders Club, Mrs. Richard Nelson Finessetlcs-8 Club, Mrs. LeRoy Vail Jokers Club, Mrs. George Crouse New Deal Club, Mrs. Edward Wieland Triple C Club, Mrs. Kenneth Auen 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Betty Hoehl Bridgettes Club, Mrs. James Buchholz Golden Circle Club, pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Richard Boyd T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Phil Dennis Friday- Golden Circle Club, pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Saturday— INTRODUCING ove TOU WVlotl A beautiful pin with a birthstone for each member of the family. She will cherish it forever. 12 LOEHR& SHRIVER JEWELERS =j| 107 W. 5th Carroll fj= Golden Circle Halloween party. 7:30 p.m. Monday— STOP Club, 7 p.m., hospital staff room League of Women Voters, R p.m., Mrs. Virgil Raumhover Monthly Bridge Club, Mrs. Gene Cross B.F.F. Club, Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton J.L.C. Club, Mrs. George J. Busche Delta Dek Club, Mrs. George Marget Tuesday- League of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Fred Witt Entre Nous Club, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk Wednesday— W.S.C.S. general meeting, 2 p.m., Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, 8 p.m., KC Hall Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant O.N.O. Club, Mrs. Ted Krogh Kardettes Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Engaged . . . Announcement of the engagement of Donna Mae Bauer to Sgt. Dean R. Stuhr is made by the bride- elect's parents, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Bauer of Carroll. Sgt. Stuhr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Amos Stuhr of Glidden, recently returned from Vietnam and presently is stationed at White Sands, N.M. No date has been set for the wedding. New Voting Machines Discussed A saving of money, immediate tabulation of ballots, no spoiled votes and voting at the rate (if one person a minute are among the advantages of Carroll County's new voting machines, according to Paul D. Schreck, supervisor from Coon Rapids, who addressed the Carroll County Democratic Women Wednesday night at Pauline's Cafe. Mr. Schrcck noted that the vise of the machines will lower the costs of the election by eliminating the necessity of a county election board, for instance. The machines will tabulate votes immediately after the ballot is closed, giving speedy results. The county purchased 40 machines, of which 11 will remain in Carroll. lie compared Carroll County with Benton County, where the machines have been used for many years. The costs will be spread over a three-year period. Mr. Schreck also described the Mental Health Center sponsored by Cass, Shelby, Audubon and Carroll Counties at Atlantic. He said that three Carroll County residents are members of the board: Mrs. Lester lleinen of Halbur, Dr. John llornbcrger of Manning and Donald O'Herron of the county board of supervisors. Four purposes of the center are: 1. Provide psychiatric services for both children and adults at a cost that anyone can afford; 2. Preventive early treatment, thus lowering possible long-range cost; 3. Provide post-hospital care, helping patient to remain well and in his community, and 4. Provide facilities where all community mental health services can be centered. Mrs. Jack Longnecker, president, conducted t h e business meeting. Reports were given by Mrs. Lon Mosman a b o u I working in Des Moines Democratic headquarters; by Mrs. Howard Drees on the proposed Young Democrat organization; by Mrs. M. L. Coliison regarding the reception honoring "women Doers" Oct. 7 in Des 4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. P* ^x-v^. — ^ ThursdAv Oct. If, 19A7 FT. 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In.—$529 [CATALOG ORDER Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Menke Carroll To Become Bride . . . Mr. and Mrs. Vernice Forke, Carroll, announce the engagement of their daughter, Veda Ann, to John N. Stougard, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stou- gard of Glidden. No wedding date has been set. After Nov. 9, Mr. Stougard will be serving with the First Marine Division in Vietnam. Moines. Mrs. Longnecker read a let- er from Clark Rassmussen, state central committee chairman, praising the local group's cooperation with the party. A nominating committee was appointed to report at the next meeting: Mrs. Leonard Madigan, chairman, and Mrs. Dennis Brannan of Coon Rapids and Mrs. Jim Drees of Manning. Mrs. John Chrystal of Coon Rapids reported that 45 new members had been signed up at Coon Rapids in the membership drive. Mrs. Longnecker offered the use of her home to anyone who wished to have a membership tea. Draw prizes were awarded Mrs. T. J. Kerwin and Mrs. Louis Pietig. The next meeting will be Nov. 29, with Templeton and Arcadia members as hostesses. The time was changed because of Thanksgiving. Entertains at Lake View Mrs. Chuck Brogan, formerly of Carroll, entertained a group of Carroll friends at her home in Lake View Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. Marion Winn of Fairfield, another former Carroll resident who is spending this .week here. Bridge was played, with Mrs. Roger Kanne receiving high score and traveling prizes; Mrs. Donald Beidler, second; and Mrs. Arnold Havermann, low. Other guests were Mrs. Merlin Hugeback, Mrs. Glenn Heithoff and Gayle Schleisman. Party decorations were in a late-autumn theme. Lunch was served at the close of the evening. Guest Speaker at Study Club The Rev. Jerome Cosgrove, spiritual director of Kuemper High School, was guest speaker at a meeting of the Little Flower Study Club Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Delbert Montgomery. Mrs. Colette Bock opened the session with prayer and introduced as guests Mrs. Lawrence Wegman, Mrs. Thelma Carraher, Mrs. Goldie Luft, Mrs. Viola Hinners and Frances Grossman. The speaker was introduced by Mrs. James Furey. As Fr. Cosgrove played a modern hymn, the group helfl hands — a gesture which he interpreted as indicative qf^many things, mainly oneness with each other with Christ in the midst. The speaker mentioned often the need for the personal encounter with ourselves, each other, and God. Quoting from "The Little Prince" he spoke of the need of finding true friendship. A "taming of the world", as one tames a pet and gains its love and respect, is necessary toward befriending the world and finding or making peace, he told the women. He showed and interpreted pictures of modern art to display the need for excitement about living, communication between sexes on an emotional, mental and spiritual plane, the importance of "the personal encounter". The spiritual director urged the development of individual personality through Jesus Christ in the Resurrection and the renewal of optimism, through faith, in youngsters. Speaking of the Children's U.N. sessions held recently in Omaha and Des Moines, mention was made of the fear and pessimism among the young. We need to give our children the desire and ability to reach beyond themselves and this is best done through our personal contact with them. Here arises the i m p o r t a n c e of greater communications between generations. An appreciation of beauty, music and art are more important today in our technological and materialistic world. When we appreciate fully what we have, we are best able to share with others. "It is time," said Fr. Cosgrove, "not just to think of what we can do for our country but what we can do for the world." Following a question and answer period, Mrs. Robert Halbur, chaplain, led the group in discussion of the first chapter of "Spirit of Renewal" under study this year by the club. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be Nov. 15 at the home of Mrs. Jeannette Reynolds. VISITOR FROM WEST LAKE VIEW — Mrs. Mabel Erickson of Los Angeles, Calif., is visiting in the Wilmer Hanson home here and with relatives at Odebolt. Personal Paragraphs Returning to their homes Tuesday and Wednesday after being here for the golden wedding anniversary celebration of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schachtner, held Sunday, were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Timms and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Cook, Denver, Colo.; Mr. and Mrs. Ward Timms, David City, Neb.; Mrs. Daryl Heim, Fort Dodge; Mrs. Rita Miller and family, Shell Lake, Wis.; Mrs. Dorothy Cox, Mr. and Mrs. John Young and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schachtner, Beaver Dam, Wis. Mr, and Vlrs. Virgil Schachtner and amily of Guthrie Center, re- urned home Sunday night. Their daughters, S h a r y 1 and Beverly, were Schachtner s' To Marry . . . Mr. and Mrs. Harold Walsh, Manning, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judy Ann, to Curtis D. Lohrman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frenz Lohrman, also of Manning. A December wedding is planned. Card Clubs Held Parties on Wednesday The HIGH BIDDERS Club met for a 12:30 luncheon, followed by bridge, at Tony's Restaurant, with Mrs. Felix Langenfeld as hostess. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Walter Mille- nacker, Mrs. James Wieland, Mrs. Frank Liewer and Mrs. Ed Schroeder. Mrs. Marvin Coliison will entertain next, Nov. 8. Mrs. Ed Miller was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the H. G. CLUB in her home. In pinochle, Mrs. T. J. Potthoff won high prize; the hostess, second; and Mrs. T. J. Kerwin, •traveling. Lunch was served. On Nov. 8 the club will meet with Mrs. B. A. Pille. Pinochle was played at the afternoon meeting of the F.O.B. CLUB at the country home of Mrs. Leo Wiederien. The hostess held high score and Erna Langmeier, low. Irene Langmeier kept the traveling prize and the tally prize went to Mrs. Joe Nagl. Mrs. Wiederien carried out a Halloween theme in serving lunch after the games. Mrs. William Kuker will have the next party, Nov. 15. Mrs. Ned Coliison entertained FORTNIGHTERS Club and one other guest, Mrs. Orville Murphy, at an evening of bridge in her home on Route 3. Score prize winners were Mrs. James Waters, Mrs. Harold Boje and Mrs. Gerald Rettenmaier. The hostess served lunch. The club's next meeting will be Nov. 7.' Eight games of 500 were played at the evening meeting of the FRIENDLY NEIGHBOR Club at the country home of Mrs. William Kanne. Mrs. Clarence Brinker won high score prize; the hostess kept second high; Mrs. Art Otto retained the traveling prize and Mrs. Lyle Schleisman received low. Lunch was served following the games. On Nov. 6 the club will meet with Mrs. Aloys Kanne. The weekly euchre session of the GOLDEN CIRCLE Club attracted players for four tables Wednesday night at the clubrooms. Mr. and Mrs. John Roth and Mr. and Mrs. John Vanderheiden were guests. For the women, Mrs. Floyd White Sr. won high prize and Mrs. Alvin Witwer of Breda, second; for the men, Clarence Wright, high, and Mr. Witwer, second. Mrs. Miles Hedges received the tally prize. A cooperative lunch was served. 14 Tables in Play at First Bridge Event The first in a series of party bridge events at the Carroll Country Club was held Wednesday evening, with 14 tables in play. Following the games, sandwiches and coffee were served. Mr. and Mrs. Faber Hood were chairmen and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bierl, co-chairmen for the event. First place winners were Mrs. W. J. Leuer and Mrs. L. R. Chapman. Other prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Menke, Dr. and Mrs. Richard Coliison, Mrs. John Dearduff and Mrs. Lee Houlihan, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Feld, Mr. and Mrs. Derwyn Blanchard and Mr. and Mrs. Clem Determan. Special prizes went to Maurice Nurse and A. B. Hulsebus. The next games will be the evening of Nov. 15, with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Kunze and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dahn in charge. Pat Siepker Complimented Jean Snyder and Jane Siepker entertained about 25 guests at the Lawrence Siepker home Tuesday night in honor of Pat Siepker, who will become the bride of Robert Odendahl on Nov. 18. Decorations for the miscellaneous shower were in the bride elect's colors of red and white Prizes for games were awardec to Betty Snyder, Denise Oden dahl, Mary Truitt and Debbie Want Ads Pay You Cash For Your Don't Wants Kuhl. lunch. The hostesses servec AREA VISITORS (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Mrs. Pete: Karen and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Heiss of Miles City, Mont., are visiting relatives and friends in this area. among the grandchildren who assisted at the guest wok during the reception that afternoon at Tony's Restaurant. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Daniel arrived home Wednesday night after a month's trip to the Pacific Northwest. They spent two weeks visiting their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard (Dorothy) Sikora and daughter Ann Hume, at Vancouver, Canada, and two weeks with their son, Henry Jr. and family, at Seattle, Wash. They also visited for two days at Tacoma, Wash., with Mrs. Daniel's sister, Mrs. Vincent (Rose) Wehr. They t r a v e 1 e d by jet from Omaha and back. Feather Party, Lidderdale Holy Family Parish Hall. Sunday, Oct. 29, 8:00 p.m. Adm. $1.00. Adv. Mrs. Marion Winn and children of Fairfield are spending this week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Madigan. Recognized . . . Karen Ann Reiff, senior at Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, has been selected as one of the seniors recognized in "Who's Who Among Students in American Colleges and Universities". She is a daughter of Mrs. Susan Reiff of Carroll. Miss Reiff is majoring in sociology with a supporting area in elementary education. She is a member of the Junior-Senior Honors group, having consistently been on the Dean's List for outstanding scholarship; is a member of the National Federation of Catholic College Students, the Iowa Educational Assn., the College Chorus and the Women's Recreational Assn. STARTS THURSDAY Thru Oct. 31st ... A SUPERB BIT OF FUN, THAT REALLY FRACTURES THE FUNNY-BONE! THIS OFFERS SOMETHING FOR EVERY AGE GROUP — ONE OF THE YEAR'S BEST FILMS! IT'S FAST, FUNNY & CLEAN ... IDEAL FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY! 20th CENTURY-FOX PROOUCCD BV DIRECTED BV SCHEENPUV BY MUSIC B , IMKKE mm • \m iimm • mm ROSE • Mm Xw W Mitt IK *'1K ai-IUM W*m be*. 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