Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 1, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 1, 1967
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Social Calendar Tuesday- League of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m.. Mrs. Fred Witt Enfre Nous Club, Mrs. S. S. Kudsk Young Adults Club Halloween party, 9 p.m.. St. Joseph hall Epsilon Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Guy Jones Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday— W.S.C.S. general meeting, 2 p.m.. Methodist Church Catholic Daughters, lunch 7 p.m.. meeting 8 p.m., KC Hall Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant 1W-3W Club, Mrs. Donald Scherhingor Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. G. W. Mueller, Country Club G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Louis W. Drees O.N.O. Club. Mrs. Ted Krogh Play Bridge At Clubrooms Golden Circle Club members had their regular Tuesday afternoon bridge event in the clubrooms at Sixth and Maple Streets. Three tables were in play. Hostess for lunch was Mrs. A. E. Odendahl. Al one table, Mrs. Richard Luclitel won high score prize and Mrs. Odendahl, s c o n d. At. the third table, high prize went to Mrs. Floyd White Sr. and second, to Mrs. Sadie: Bates. Mrs. J. S. Light will be lunch hostess next Tuesday. A Shower for Eileen Leiting Joan and Annette Leiting entertained at a miscellaneous bridal shower honoring their sister, Eileen, in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Leiting. The bride-elect's chosen colors of burgundy and Ivory were featured in decorations for the party. She was presented with a corsage by her hostesses, after which bridal bingo and other games were played. Lunch was served after the honoree had opened her gifts. , Miss Leiting will become the bride of Thomas Sporrer on Nov. 11 in St. John Church, Arcadia. W. B.'s Club, Mrs. Darwin Bunger 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 Kardettes Club, Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler Thursday— Dessert-bridge, Country Club, 1 p.m. Lutheran Women's Guild, 8 p.m. Jaycee-ettes, Jaycee clubrooms Spela Kort Club, Mrs. LaRoy Comes Rainbow Girls, Masonic Temple Clio Club, Burke Motor Inn Eight O'Clock Club, Mrs. Felix Langenfeld N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Pat Mungon Friday- Friday Contract Club, Mrs. Howard B. Wilson Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Wayne Harriott Saturday- Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. Monday— Eastern Star, Masonic Temple First-nighters Club, Mrs. John Bruner Variety Club, Mrs. Ralph Kanne 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Tuwday— Presbyterian Guild, Mrs. Carson Summers League of Women Voters, ,9:30 a.m., Mrs. W. E. Baudler STOP Club, 7 p.m., hospital staff room Junior Legion Auxiliary Hl-Lo Club, Mrs. H. L. Hudson Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Steve Farner H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dale Hannasch Fortnighters Club, Mrs. John Gnam A.B.C. Club, Mrs. James Cavanaugh Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Tete-a-Tete Club, Mrs. William Bernholtz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. K. Cooper Tnimpettes Club, Mrs. Lee Johnson M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Hans Lauridsen Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. Marvin Simons Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. W. J. Leuer Players 8 Club, Mrs. Mike J. Sullivan Golden Circle Club.bridge, 1:30 p.m. Jungs The Home of Good Taste YOU CAN TASTE THE EXTRA QUALITY CARROLL — AUDUBON — COON RAPIDS OLD FASHIONED HOME MADE CINNAMON ROLLS CINNAMON TWISTS (with raisin*) (without raisins) Frosted with creamy vanilla frosting. Sealed in cellophane. Ideal for freezing. Can be heated in the cellophane wrapper. SPECIAL 57c Doi. Reg. 69c Doz. OLD FASHIONED C6TTAGE LOAF That old fashioned tasty home made bread baked in the oblong shape. Sliced and packed in plastic bag. SPECIAL 24c CARAMEL APPLES Juicy Jonathan apples dipped in bu'.tcr caramel .. Each 12c LEMON MERINGUE PIE Tender flaky 9" crust brim full of delicious lemon cream. Topped with fresh egg white meringue. Will serve six ycn- \\ erous portions. .. ~* \ ^^ SPECIAL 83C R*9ular 87C Regular SAVE 5c JUNG'S HOME MADE CANDIES Peanut brittle 1 Lb. Box 78c Coconut brittle „ i/ 2 Lb. Bag 39c Pecan nougat logs 39c Each Assorted homemade hand dipped chocolates for gracious serving or giving V'2 Lb. Box 98c — 1 Lb. Box Assorted $1.85 BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED PARTY AND WEDDING CAKES All of Jung's cakes made of the choicest ingredients (no mixes); fresh eggs, butter, and milk. PARTY CAKES $2.95 up WEDDING CAKES FROM $9.00 up HOT 3 P.M. FRIDAY Large double loaf home made bread 29c loaf Butter caramel cups 79c doz. Giant sized tub bread 42c loaf Clerk Swings Mop, Shot in Ann by Bandit DES MOINES (AP)-A mop swinging woman clerk drove a would he holdup man out of a drug store Tuesday night and was shot in the arm as the man fled. Mrs. Marie Houdesheldt, 52, was reported in satisfactory condition at a hospital, after a .22 caliber slug was removed from her arm. Mrs. Houdesheldt and the owner, Mrs. Jessie Kerr, 81, were at the rear of the Ken- Drug Store about 8 p.m. when, they said, a tall Negro man entered, pointed a pistol at Mrs. Kcrr and told her, "This is it- give me the money." Mrs. Houdesheldt, who had started mopping the floor, shouted "No you don't," anc started swinging the mop again and again at his head. The startled bandit backec away, and the bandit fired three times, wounding Mrs. Houdesheldt in the arm with one shot before he fled. His other shots broke a mirror and a showcase. A Timtt Herald, Carroll, la.! ^ Wednesday, Nov. 1, 1967 j I * Pipeline (Continued From Page 1) * Galetich (Continued From Page 1) Democratic Central Committee, and chairman of the Seventh District Democratic Cen tral Committee. He is a vice president of the Carroll Kiwanis Club, faithfu. navigator of the Fourth Degree Assembly, Knights of Columbus, a member of Holy Name Society of Holy Spirit Parish and a member of the Elks. In addition, he teaches four classes in American govern ment and last summer coached the baseball team. He and Mrs Galetich, a deputy in the Carroll County clerk's office, have a daughter. His first teaching assignment after college graduation was from 1952 to 54, when he c o a c h e d at St. Mary's High School (Clinton) and won the state basketball championship. Later he coached at St. Mary's High School in Remsen, before coming to Kuemper as coach. Here he has won the diocesan championship and has been named ''Coach of the Year." The awards will be presented by Francis Roederer of Davenport, national president of the St. Ambrose Alumni Assn. The other four who will receive service citations for their special assistance to the improvement of education at St. Ambrose will be Jack M. Beyer, Davenport investment broker; the Rev. John B. M c E n i r y, Clinton pastor; Tom Aniani of the American Plasticraft Co., Chicago, and the Rev. Joseph J. O'Dea, pastor of St. Mary's Cathedral, Peoria, 111. A Halloween Theme at Club Mrs. George J. Busche used a Halloween theme in enter taining the J.L.C. Club in her home Monday evening. Bridge prizes were awarded to Mrs. Delbert Montgomery Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mrs. Vernis Juergens and Mrs. Evelyn Wiederhold. Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler was a guest outside club membership. The hostess served dessert at the card ta- I bles. The club's next party will be Nov. 14 at Mrs. Montgomery's home. STARLINE BALLROOM Saturday Nov. 4 Leo Daeges Orchestra Benefit Carroll Fire Dept. Tuesday Nov. 7 IN PERSON World Famous JAN GARBER And His Orchestra Louisiana air," he said. But Randolph said these questions are not a matter of official interest for the Commerce Commission. He said state law requires the commission to look into safety aspects, but not economic aspects, of the proposed line. Experts testified before the commission as to safety — or lack of it—in the line. But it has relatively little experience elsewhere to study. Randolph said the only other anhydrous ammonia pipeline in the country is a 10-mile stretch operated for the past 14 years in the South. Mid-America proposes to bring its lin« into Iowa near Onawa, in western Monona County. It would extend to the northeast, forking at Newell With branches toward Garner, Sheldon and Ogden. The Commerce Commission hearings were to help it decide whether to issue a permit for the line. Mid-America also has indicated it will ask eminent domain authority to condemn and buy right of way where it is unable to negotiate a path for its pipe. The six railroads opposing the pipeline, along with several Iowa fertilizer makers and some private individuals, protested to the Commerce Commission that it has jurisdiction over petroleum product pipelines, but not anhydrous ammonia pipelines. Thus, they contend, it can grant no permit. They also have challenged the commission's authority to grant the power of eminent domain to a private firm. The Jurisdiction issue Is expected to be determined by a three-judge federal court, which has yet to set a date for a hearing. U.S. Dist. Judge Roy Stephenson briefly interrupted the Commerce Commission with a restraining order requested by railroads and others claiming the hearing itself would damage them. But Stephenson later let the commission complete the hearing, without passing on the basic issue of jurisdiction. -The commission has given those protesting the hearing until Dec. 1 to file written arguments. Answering briefs by Mid-America are due by Dec. 18. The commission may then decide whether to issue a permit, or it may first hear oral arguments. LEAVING FOR COLORADO (Times Herald News Service) MANNING - Mr. and Mrs. George Peters of Manning plan to leave Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Wilhelm of Sioux City for Pagosa Springs, Colo, where they will visit for several days in the Dan Peters home. To Marry . . . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Wiskus of Templeton announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Carol Ann, to Airman James B. Stalzer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Stalzer of Carroll. Vows will be exchanged in a Dec. 30 ceremony in Sacred Heart Church at Templeton. Kansas Family Visits at Auburn AUBURN - Arnold Bachman, Joyce, Chris and Jeanette of Olathe, Kan., were weekend guests of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Bachman, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brinker, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kreft, Lytton, took Jeffrey Brinker to his home in Des Moines Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gorman and family and Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Barto and daughters entertained at a dinner Sunday at the Barto home. Guests were Claude Hoover, Twin Falls, Idaho; Mrs. Anna Hoover, Mr. and Mrs. Halsey Hoover, and Mrs. Mary Hoover, Grand Junction; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoover, Lake City; Mrs. Grace Barto and Mrs. Lottie Gorman. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Mohr and sons, Ames, were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Chris Bauer. Kuemper Speech Group in Contest Nine Kuemper High School speech students and their teacher, Sr. Mary C h a r 1 a Smith, will attend the seventh annual Iowa High School Colloquy in speech and dramatic art at "the University of Iowa this Saturday. They will compete in acting and oral interpretation, including Bible reading, humorous reading and narrative poetry. Students planning to attend are Mardy Willenborg, Janice R i e s s e 1 m a n, Patricia 01- berding, Colleen Quinn, Susan Kanne, Beverly Kanne, Ruth Happe, Deborah Christensen and Constance Lickteig. 20 Manning Boys Inducted As Cub Scouts (Time* Herald New» Service) MANNING — Twenty Bobcats were inducted into Cub Scout Pack No. 110 at its monthly meeting in the grade school cafetorium at Manning. Induction followed the flag ceremony conducted by Den 2, and singing of the national anthem. The new Cub Scouts are: Dean Heithoff, Mark N u 11 e, Don Pierson, Kyle Wiese, Bob Ramsey, John Altenhein, Kevin Rutherford, Dana Jahn, Brett Monson, Tom Frisinger, Mark Arp, Richard Dretmen, Brad Zerwas, Lynn Sporrer, Kevin Linder, Mike Fara, Steven Phillips, Charles Hughes, Bill Strosahl and Mark Lakers. They gave the Scout sign and the promise, and their parents also repeated the promise and pinned the boys. New Den Mothers are Barbara Ramsey, Delores Jahn, Rita Sporrer, Mabel Huldeen and Ona Fara. The following boys received one year pins: Bob Mueller, Ronnie Sporrer, David Opperman, Scott Nelson, Brian Joens,'David Crandall, Russell Hansen, John Stangl, Kerry Rutherford, David Stoelk, David Melick, Rickie and Robbie Dammann, Douglas Opperman, Chris Drennen, Don Opperman, Rodney McConnell, James Opperman, and Kirk Huldeen. Second year pins were awarded to Dean Hoffmann, Kent Jahn, Terry Lake, Alan Fara, Steve Siebring, Jon Hass, Mike Phillips, Vim Lakers, Jeff Siebring, Doug Schroeder, Keith Misselhorn, Tom Nelson and David Wiese. David Crandall received a silver arrow award; Russell Hansen, a gold and silver arrow. Lunch was served by Dens 5 and 8 after the singing of "Good Night Cub Scouts". Poster Contest Winners Named (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM -Winners of prizes for fire prevention posters sponsored in St. Joseph School here and St. Mary School at Willey by the Dedham Fire Department have been announced. They were as follows: Third grade: Theresa Greving, Willey, (1); Nancy Seidl, Dedham (2); Richard Greteman, Willey (3). Fourth grade: Donna Venteicher, Willey, (1); Kathleen Mayer, Willey, (2); Danny Bower, Willey (3). Fifth grade: Cinly Sporrer, Dedham, (1); Julie Jennings, Dedham (2); John Schreck, Dedham (3). Sixth grade: Mark Klocke, Dedham, (i); Marcia Schultes, Dedham (2); Sharon Kanne, Dedham (3). Personal Paragraphs Mrs. Donald S. Barry left by plane from Omaha Tuesday for her home at Walnut Creek, Calif., near San Francisco, after visiting for three weeks with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. William H. Entre Nous Club Meets Members of the Entre Nous Club were entertained Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. S. S. Kudsk. Table appointments were in keeping with Halloween when dessert and coffee were served. Bridge prizes were presented to Mrs. W. L. McConkle and Mrs. Guy Jones. Mrs. L. P. Jung will be the next afternoon hostess on Nov. 14. ESA Sorority Is Entertained Mrs. Guy Jones entertained members of Epsilon Sigma Alpha sorority in her home Tuesday night. The informal meeting was devoted to working on handcraft projects. The hostess served cake and coffee with Halloween candies. Mrs. Dean Morlan will have the next meeting, Nov. 14. Rust, in Carroll and with other relatives at. Glidden and Cedar Rapids. Nursery School, Opening Nov. 3, Tuesday and Friday mornings, 9 to 11:30, ages 3Ms to 5. Complete information furnished on request. Ph. 9350. Adv. Sp. 4 Terry A. DeBoth, who has been stationed with the Army at Fort Carson, Colo., is spending a furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis DeBoth. He will leave Nov. 16 from Fort Lewis, Wash., for duty in Vietnam. Please encircle November 9 on your calendar. Sharp Florist's fall and Christmas demonstration, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Carroll High School Auditorium. Plan now to attend. . Adv. HONOR SON (Tlines Herald News Service) HALBUR - Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Riesenberg honored their son Dale for his first communion. Guests for a dinner Sunday were his sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Peter of Dedham and Mrs. Henry Riesenberg, R o s e 11 e. Other guests were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Peter, D e d h a m. Dale received gifts. Showing NOW ThruTues.l Who says they dortt make \testen\s like they used to? Sunday From 1:15 P.M. \ Continuous Nightly From 7P.M. We Just did. DERI1 JEHU PEPPHRD mnRiin Simmons in A MARTIN RACKIN PRODUCTION CO-STARRING, JOHN MclNTIRE'SLIM PICKENS-DON GALLOWAY^^ Scr«npln by SYDNEY BOCHM «* MARVIN H. ALBERT-Dir«t«j * ARNOLD IAKN-Produced b, MARTIN RACK)* A UNIVERSAL PtCTURE TECHHICOtOI» Special Kiddie Show Saturday at 2 P.M. "Stoway In The Sky" THE BEST EVERYDAY LOW SHELF PRICES ARE FOUND AT YOUR IGA STORE - MAKE THE TEST AND SEE FOR YOURSELF - SHOP & SAVE AT BRENNY'S Margarine COMPARE IGA POMPADE IGA PRICES WV/IVir/\l\C QUALITY Check your mail for Brenny's IGA circular for many more special low prices. If you did not receive your copy, let us know. More available in store. PORK LOIN SALE Check Your Circular For The Low Prices on Loins And Other Meats. VAN CAMP PORK & BEANS 8 -,$1.001 JELLO R«9ui.rsix._— 12 for $1.00 TUNA CHICKEN O' SEA-Vi*. „ 4 <" $1.00 TISSUE LADY SCOTT HAMM'S BEER 4 SS! 89c 89c The Best Beer Price in Carroll is found at Brenny's IGA ICE CREAM Lange's or Wellesley Farm __________ % Gal. 49C

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