Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on October 31, 1967 · Page 4
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Social Calendar Tuetday— League of Women Voters. 9:30 a.m., Mrs. Fred Will Entre Nous Club. Mrs. S. S. Kudsk Young Adults Club Halloween party. 9 p.m.. St. Joseph hall' Epsilo'n Sigma Alpha. Mrs. Guy Jones Golden Circle Club bridge. 1:30 p.m. i Wednesday— W.S.C.S. general m c e I i n g, 2 p.m.. Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, lunoh 7 p.m.. meeting 8 p.m.. KC Hall Duplicate Bridge. 7:45 p.m.,, Tony's Restaurant 1W-3W Club, Mrs. Donald Schcchinger ' Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. G. \\. Mueller. Country Club G.TO.B. Club, Mrs. Louis W. Drees O.N.O. Club. Mrs. Ted Krogh W. B.'s Club. Mrs. Darwin Bungor Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Thomas Lambert Chit-Chat Club. Mrs. Merlin Hugeback Golden Circle Club, euchre, 7:30 p.m. H. H. Club, Mrs. William Sondgeroth Kardetles Club, Mrs. Wayne Ticfcnthalcr Thursday— Dessert-bridge. Country Club, 1 p.m. 4 Tlme« Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Ocf. 31, 1967 Lutheran Women's Guild, 8 p.m. Jnyoee-eltes, Jaycec clubrooms Spela Kort Club, Mrs. LaRoy Comes Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Clio Club, Burke Motor Tnn ; Loxterkamp was a guest out- Eifiht O'clock Club, Mrs. Felix j side club membership and was Are Entertained On Monday The B.F.F. CLUB met for bridge in the home of Mrs. R. M. Throckmorton. Mrs. Leo • Attack (Continued From Page 1) Langenfcld presented with a gift. Mrs. N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Pat Mungon i Merle Dahn was winner of the SPECIAL ennetfi BUY' lA/AVfi FIRST Ol IAI ITV * »J V/ • • ALWAYS FIBST QUALITY Friday— (Friday Contract Club, Mrs. i Howard B. Wilson : Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Wayne Harriott I Saturday— | Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. ] Monday— , Eastern Star, Masonic Temple Firstnighters Club, Mrs. John Bruner Variety Club, Mrs. Ralph Kanne 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Entertain for Communicants " SPECIAL! "Scotch Pine Christmas Trees Look Real! Safe, practical polyvinyl chloride is flame-resistant! Lush trees come with metal stands, dismantle easily for storage. Get yours now! ft. .... 15.99 ft ..... 21.99 high score prize; Mrs. Bruce Fuller, second; and Mrs. Ronald Roach, low. Snacks were served throughout the evening from a table appointed in a Halloween theme. On Nov. 13 the club will meet Wayne Weeks. with Mrs. Mrs. Gene Cross used a Thanksgiving theme in enter- t a i n i n g the M 0 N T II L Y BRIDGE Club in her home. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. William McCarville; second, to Mrs. Dwight Fiscus; and traveling, to the hostess. Mrs. Cross served lunch at the close of the evening. Mrs. George Grouse will entertain next, Dec. 5. Another evening hostess was Mrs. George Marget, who en- A dinner Sunday in the home j te rtaincd the DELTA DEK Club of Mr. and Mrs. Vincent P. j j n ner Stangl and family honored their daughter Kim, who received her first communion that morning in Holy Spirit parish. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nehman and family. Lytton; Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Lupardus, Guthrie Center; Dr. and Mrs. 0. M. O'Connor and family, Mr. and Mrs. Joe II. Stangl and Mr. and Mrs. Alton Stangl and family, Carroll. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Heller were hosts for a Sunday afternoon reception in their home for their daughter, Patty Jo, a member of the first communion class in Holy Spirit parish. There was a decorated cake in honor of the occasion,.and Patty Jo received gifts. Mrs. Heller was assisted in serving lunch by her aunt, Mrs. Richard Brims. Guests included Patty Jo's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Eifler; her great- grandmother, Mrs. Lawrence Nelson; also Mi 4 , and Mrs. Bill Heller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Eifler and family, Mrs. Marvin Lane and son, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Eifler and family, Carroll; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Campbell and family, Lake City; and Mr. and Mrs. | Cecil Hupp and son, Scranton. CDA MEETING TEMPLETON - C o u r t Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, will meet in Sacred Heart Church basement on Thursday, Nov. 2 starting at 8 p.m. Mrs. Frank Biel- naier, Mrs. Jesse Bayliss and Mrs. Harold S i 1 s b y received score prizes. Guests other than members were Mrs. Andy Ley and Mrs. E. E. Axon. A Halloween theme was featured in table decorations when lunch was served. Mrs. Lambert Thelen will have the next meeting, Nov. 13. A Prenuptial Shower Given ('Fillip* Honilcl Nnu'H Sirvlrn) DEDHAM — Mary Kasperbauer, Nov. 18 bride-elect of Jerome Schreck, was guest of honor at a miscellaneous bridal shower Sunday afternoon in St. Joseph parish hall here. Bingo was played for entertainment and prizes were awarded. The colors of persimmon and white were used in the decorations. Winter bouquets centered the guest tables. The gift table was centered with a bride doll and decorated with streamers in the bridal colors. Ninety-five guests attended the shower. A door prize went to Mrs. John Thobe of Mt. Carmel and a plate prize to Cindy Irlbeck. Lunch was served by the hostess committee before the honoree opened her gifts. Miss Kasperbauer and Mr. Schreck will be married in St. Joseph Church at Dedham, with the Rev. Henry Meyer as celebrant of the 9:30 nuptial mass. was inside the palace at the time of the shelling, reported there was no thought of cancel- ling the reception or dinner. The guests took the incident in stride. Two men, said to have been disguised in Vietnamese police uniforms, fled from a Saigon building where the mortar was found and escaped on a motorcycle. Three live shells were found abandoned along with the tube. The House had been vacant for two months. Last year on South Vietnam's National Day, Nov. 1, the Viet Cong hit the city with mortar and recoilless rifle fire during the parade, killed eight persons and wounded 45. v Another National Day parade is planned Wednesday. Inside the palace as the explosions were heard were President Thieu and 2,000 guests, including delegates to the inauguration from 22 countries. The blasts shook the windows of the palace but first reports indicated the building itself was not damaged. One of the mortar rounds was said to have hit a guard post at the southwest corner of the palace grounds. Several cars were damaged by the blast and one account said an American Army colonel was among those hurt. Reports from the palace a few minutes after the blasts said all rounds landed several hundred yards from the bright- ,ly lighted building. No one was hurt inside the building. "I was not alarmed, not at all," Humphrey told newsmen. President Thieu and Vice President Nguyen Cao Ky had just left the ballroom to prepare for a state dinner within half an hour on an upper floor of the palace. The ballroom was still thronged with guests, including all of the foreign delegations. The U.S. commander in Vietnam, Gen. William C. Westmoreland, clasped his hands behind his back and remarked Personal Paragraphs Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Hillyer, former Carroll residents, left Sunday for their home in Long Beach, Calif., following a six- week visit with relatives and • Library (Continued From Page 1) • Baby Barbara ... in the impish pose is Barbara Streis- and, wearing a baby doll dress and huge bow in her hair for portrayal of Fanny Brice's most famous creation, "Baby Snooks." Miss Streis- and stars as the late actress in her film debut, "Funny Girl." for 20 cars, separate children's and young adults' sections, and public meeting rooms. He said that taxes were first used for library services in Carroll in 1898, and said that the library was made possible in 1905 when Andrew Carnegie donated $10,000 for the costs of land, building and books, with the stipulation that the city provide tax funds to support it thereafter. Mrs. Lester Heinen, one ol three who represent Carroll County on the four-county mental health center at Atlantic, reported on the project, which opened this fall. Next League unit meetings will be Monday evening, Nov, 6, at the home of Mrs. Charles Ryan, and Tuesday morning, Nov. 7, at the home of Mrs W. E. Baudler. The study will include national program plan ning and a discussion of the PAS (public administration service) report concerning reduction of agencies government. in state • Krogh (Continued From Page 1) matter of factly: "I thought they sounded like 75 millimeter recoilless rifle rounds." If the thought of moving seems like an almost unbearable' load, we understand. We've seen it happen so often that we know exactly what to do about it. When you want to unburden yourself of all those worries, give us a call. We'll go out of our way to lighten your load, and we'll move your things as if we owned them. Remember, we move families ... not just furniture. GROUSE CARTAGE COMPANY Call 792-3528 — Long Distance Call Collect A AGENT/ALLIED VAN LINES 17 Girls Become Brownie Scouts Seventeen girls became Brownie Scouts during investi- t u r e ceremonies conducted Monday night after school by Troops 124 and 293. Led by Mrs. Irving Bliss, Troop 124 received seven members at their troop meeting at First Presbyterian undercroft. They are Alison Beck, Carolyn and Connie Benson, Lori Harmening, J o d y Kurth, Sandra White and Lori Wilkins. Girls and their mothers were served treats, coffee and drink after the ceremony. Hostesses were Beth Mortensen, Connie Eighme, Rita Harmening and Tammy Graham. Mrs. Bliss was assisted by Mrs. William A. Schaefer. Twenty-one girls belong to the troop. Ten new members joined Troop 293, led by Mrs. Richard Watson, assisted by Mrs. Kenneth Suhr and Mrs. Dean Fredrickson. Mrs. Russell Wunschel is treasurer and Carolyn and Lori Jones are Girl Scout assistants. The troop meets in Methodist Fellowship Hall. The new members are Lynda Bogardus, Renee Grouse, Lisa Fredrickson, Cheryl Larson, Ronda Welch, D e e A n n Wunschel, Holly Evans, Beverly Fuller, R o x a n n e Hannemann and Julie Scott, bringing the troop membership to 21. Refreshments were served to the girls and parents by Lisa, Lynette Hansen, Rebecca Kowalke and Cheryl. Arcadia CYO Has Election ARCADIA — New officers were elected at the first meeting of the C.Y.O. of St. John's parish. They include Larry Schmitz, president; Kathy Anderson, vice president; D e b b Diers, secretary; and Denny Bellinghausen, treasurer. The Rev. C. A. Ahmann opened the session with prayer. Following adjournment bingo was played. Junior girls, headed by Mary Lampman and Sheryl Mooney, were in charge of the entertainment. Lunch was prepared by senior girls under chairmanship of Diane Dentlinger and Kathy Anderson. New members will be initiated at the next meeting. Shower Given For Bride-elect Carol Meehan was guest of honor at a personal shower given by her cousin, Mary Meehan, and her sister, Pat Meehan. Fourteen guests attended the courtesy. Several games were played, after which Miss Meehan opened her gifts. Her colors of light and royal blue were carried out in the decorations, and a shower umbrella centered the gift table. Lunch was served. Miss Meehan will become the bride of Ray Lenz on Nov. 4 in St. Ann's Church, Vail. PLEDGES FRATERNITY Richard Heisterkamp, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Heisterkamp of Carroll, was one of eight students at the American Institute of Business, Des Moines, who were pledged recently to the Alpha chapter of Phi Theta Pi fraternity. A grade point average of 3.0 or higher is a requisite for membership. Heisterkamp also is serving in the elective position as president of the student board at A.I.B. for the next two quarters. He was board treasurer for the summer quarter. He is taking the Accounting and Business Administration course at A.I.B. branch personnel and observation of the senate operations. Each approved public and non-public high school was entitled to enter one candidate. The rating scale and qualifying test written by each county winner, along with an essay test will be considered by a state committee from the Iowa Department of Public Instruction in the selection of Iowa's two student representatives. Candidates must be 14-19 years of age and should sometime have been elected to a student government, student council or class office. Qualifying tests were administered by county superintendents Oct. 27. Essay tests will be given Nov. 2. Last year's state winners were Michael Edgerton, son o: Dr. and Mrs. John Edgerton oi Manning, and Peter Solar o: Washington High School at Cedar Rapids. 'riends in Iowa. They visited in Carroll with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Hillyer; at Storm Lake with Mrs. Hillyer's brother and sister-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. Hansen; and at Knoxville, with another son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hillyer. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schoofs attended a dinner and dance at Clinton Saturday night honoring grand counselors and other grand officers of the United Commercial Travelers of America and their auxiliaries. Mr. Schoofs is grand page. They were overnight guests at DeWitt in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Donnelly and family. Returning home Sunday they visited in Iowa City with their son Mark, a student at the University of Iowa. 13 Children Receive First Communion WILLEY — Thirteen children will receive their first communion on Sunday, Nov. 5, in the newly-decorated St. Mary's Church in Willey during the 10 a.m. mass offered by the Rev. Francis Nemmers. The class includes Jerome Brincks, Maurice Brincks, Myon Danzer, Steven Greteman, James Grossman, Denise Slocke, Lois Knobbe, Richard VTeiners, Pamela Meisheid, rlandy S c h o n, Doan Schmitz, Diane Tigges and Kenneth Tigges. BRIDGE EVENT There will be party bridge for Carroll Country Club members on Thursday, Nov.- 2, at the clubhouse, starting at 1 p.m Dessert will be served. The las event of the season will be on Nov. 30, when games will stari at 10 a.m. and be followed by a STOP Club Elects Officers New officers were elected at a meeting of the STOP (Sensibly Take Off Pounds) Club Monday night in the staff room of St. Anthony Hospital. The meeting was held Monday instead of Tuesday this week because of Halloween; and several members were attired in Halloween costumes. The new officers will assume their duties next week. It was decided that on the third Tuesday of each month the club will meet at the home of Mrs. Donald Nobiling instead of at the hospital. The weekly weigh-in revealed a loss of 13 pounds. PREPARING FOR DRAMA YANKTON, S.D. - Anne Tigges, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Tigges of Dedham, is among members of the Oral Communications Department and Genesian Drama Club who are preparing for the Mount Marty College production of "West Side Story" as production crew members. The Leonard Bernstein-Arthur Laurent musical drama will be presented on the college stage Nov. 2, 3 and 4. Ends Tuesday . . . The Year's Top Comedy Hit ... "The Film Flam Man" Continuous Nightly . . . From 7:05 P.M. STARTS WEDNESDAY! Who says they dorft make Westerns like they used to? \k just did. GEORGE A UNIVERSAL PICTURE TECHNICOLOR® DELICATE SCROLLWORK dramatizes the collar of Socialites' simple young pump. Beautifully-shaped on elegant and distinctly feminine lines. Very flattering. And very easy to wear, with Socialites' special talent for cushion-soft fit. Black or Nutria Baby Calf MAGIC MOMENT $17.99 TO GO fOff SH0£S Wt/ MOW"

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