Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 2, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 2, 1967
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Corning Minister is <w> Speaker at WSCS Guest speaker at the Novem- Lester L. Moore, minis!or of her meeting of the Woman's the Methodist Church at Corn- Society of Christian Service at <. ing. ,1 »i ii j-_* f\,.. —a. \i'«j«^^ i . . , . ! iiccav iHiiiuii's HI e etvuiiamt; a\, 1hp Methodist Church \Vednes- T n keen np \v th the Snr Hv'<5 .1 « . • r/- r .1 ,-. j_:. -r - ,.„. «,„ U M , ""-pink wun incnociet> s ; t h c Outreach office of the Corn- day afternoon was the Rev. j g oncra ] theme of study for ("he 12 Pairs Play In Duplicate Club Event year. "Search", the Rev. Mr. Moore's subject was "To Gain We Must Search". He formerly served as minister at Manning. The two o'clock meeting, which was preceded by an executive board session, was well attended. Guests also were Twelve pairs played a Howell j present from Dedham, Lanes- movement at the regular hi-1 boro, Liddcrdalc, Glidden and 4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Thursday, Nov. 1, 1967 Used Clothing A vailable for Needy Families A "'gMgnt ° f th e monthly ^ meeting of Court St. Rose of i Used clothing and shoes for i Lima No. 6, Catholic Daughters i needy families are available atjof America, was the annual memorial service given for members who have died during the past year. The program following adjournment featured slides of the Holy Land and Mediter- C.DA Court Has Memoria Service weekly tournament of the Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge Club, in the Fireside Room, at Tony's Restaurant, Wednesday night. The six table game, directed by Mrs. 0. G. Clause, .Jefferson, was for fractional master points. . Winners were: Mrs. John R. Martin. Forrest City, and Mrs. Edna Schlick, Clear Lake, first; Ralph M. Crane and Howard B. Wilson, second; Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Huffman, third; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Denison, fourth. Mrs. Martin and Mrs. Schlick were overnight visitors in Carroll, stopping here en route to Omaha, where they will play in the Mid-American Canadian Regional, a red point tournament sanctioned by the American Contract Bridge League, continuing Nov. 1 through Nov. 5. Both are bridge teachers and game directors in their areas. The next session of the Carroll club will be Nov. 15. LEAVES HOSPITAL (Time* llcrnld Ncwn KprvlcR) AUBURN - Mrs. Tony S c h u 11 e returned Thursday from the Stewart Memorial Hospital, Lake City, where she had been a medical patient for three weeks. Coon Rapids. Devotional leader was Mrs. Merle Dahn, who used as her theme "The Meaning of Prayer". Refreshments were served by unit 1 of Harriet's Circle, with Mrs. Marvin Larson, W.S.C.S. president, sealed at the coffee and tea table munity Action Program, Inc., at the city hall here. Carol Fisch, Outreach representative for CAP, said anyone Persona service. The i was centered with cornucopia and small gourds. In the executive board meet-! senl ou t to ADC families, Mrs. in the area who has clothing i rancan area, shown by the Rt. and shoes that are still uscable Rcv - Ms & r - A - w - Behrens, pas- may bring contributions to the office. At present there is a limited supply of men's, women's and children's clothing and four large boxes of shoes. Those in need of any of these items are invited to come to the office and look them over. Mrs. Fisch said she had contacted the local state and county welfare offices and had been assured there is a need for the clothing and shoes, particularly among Aid to Dependent Chil- ing it was noted that work is progressing on thc Society's project of carpeting and furnishing the church overflow room. It was announced that Grace's and Lucille's Circle will serve a dinner at the church Dec. 3. limiting reservations to about 200. It was reported that a box of bandages and other supplies is ready to be sent to Dr. Glen Eschtruth, missionary in the Congo. Harriet's and Mary Lou's Circle will serve a Masonic dinner at the church this Saturday night. The W.S.C.S. study course, "The Bible and the Faiths of Men" will begin at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 7, taught by Mrs. Robert Calvert. The Society is invited to attend a bazaar at Heritage House, Atlantic, where a former member, Lucy Winter, now resides. Circle meetings will be held Nov. 15 and the next general meeting, Dec. 6. Your Vote For DR. HARRY K. RICHARDSON Will Be Appreciated (For Councilman-at-Large) City Election Tuesday, Nov. 7th This Advertisement Paid For By Friends of Dr. Richardson Fisch said. The Outreach office is open from 8 a.m. to noon and sometimes in the afternoon when the representative is not required to be out of town on business. Contributions Are Voted by Churchwomen LIDDERDALE - Members of the Ladies Aid Society of Im- mnnual Lutheran Church voted several contributions at their monthly meeting here Wednesday. These include $10.00 to Bcthesda Home; $5.00 to the Lutheran Hour; $10.00 to a boys' ranch and $25.00 to the church building fund. Mrs. Andrew Wenck, president, conducted the business session. Twenty-two members attended, answering roll call by telling of a blessing each had received. The group sang "A Mighty Fortress Is Our God" to open the afternoon meeting. Following devotions led by Mrs. Elmer Kruse, Christian growth chairman, the topic "The Church and Its Meaning" was presented by Mrs. Harry Bruggeman. The S o c i e t y's Christmas plans include again sending a box of gifts to the State Menta' Institute at Cherokee. The group will have a Christmas parly on the next meeting date Dec. 6, which will feature a gift exchange and a potluck lunch at the close of the meeting. Hostesses for lunch Wednesday were Mrs. Elmer Kruse and Mrs. Geraldine Moore. SODALITY SPEAKER (Time* Herald KGWK Service) LAKE CITY — Mrs. Dennis McGregor of Jefferson, presi dent of the Sioux City Diocesan Council of Catholic Women, wil be the speaker at the regular meeting of St. Theresa's So dality of St. Mary's parish in Lake City the evening of Nov 6. Mrs. Vernon Noelck, representing the 8th District, Department of Iowa American Legion Auxiliary, attended the Midwestern Area Rehabilitation Conference at the Savery Hotel n Des Moines which opened Wednesday and concluded Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Noelck is president of the Carroll County Auxiliary. Please encircle November 9 on your calendar. Sharp Florist's fall and Christmas demonstration, Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Carroll High School Audi- Lorium. Plan now to attend. Adv. Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh re turned home Tuesday afternoon from Sioux City, where she hac been since Oct. 18. She under went eye surgery there anc also visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. War ren Hesslingh, who brought her home. ,or of Sacred Heart Church at Templeton. Mrs. M. L. Collison was in charge of the memorial service which had been members of the planned by Past Grand Regents Club. A special tribute was given by the woman whose name follows that of each deceased Catholic Daughter, as follows: Mrs. Tom Brinkman (Mrs. Norbert Hulsing, Glidden); Mrs. Victor Tigges (Mrs. Edwin Tigges); Katherine Connor (Mrs. F. L. Sharp); Mrs. Paul Heires (Mrs. Matt Hugeback); Tresa Hess (Mrs. Carl Hess); and Mrs. M. H. Fitzgerald (Mrs. B. J. Leahy). Mrs. Richard Baumhover, grand regent, conducted the meeting, which was well attended. Mrs. Collison spoke in behalf of a league for shut-ins and asked that names of shut- ins be submitted to the court. The grand regent called attention to a table setting pertaining to the last rites of the Catholic church and explained the rites. Mrs. William Badding presented the court with a statue of St. Rose of Lima. Mrs. John Frank received the door prize. Preceding the meeting, a seven o'clock supper was served at tables decorated with lighted candles and centerpieces in fall colors. Mrs. Lyle Thelen and Mrs. Lambert Thelen were co-chairmen of the committee for the evening. The next meeting, Dec. 6, also will begin with supper at seven, and will be the court's Christmas meeting. Socia Ca nd ar 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 Firstnighters Club, Mrs. John Bruner Variety Club, Mrs. Ralph Kanne 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. Dean Fredrickson Tuesday— 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 Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. H. L. Hudson TERRIFIC SPECIAL BUY! INDOOR-OUTDOOR CARPET FOR YEAR ROUND USE! BEAUTIFUL FLOOR COVERING FOR BASEMENT, PORCH, PATIO, BATHROOMS, KITCHENS, AT A SPECIAL LOW PRICE Imagine, the lowest price ever on this wonderful Indoor-Outdoor carpet. You can clean it with a vacuum or a garden hose. Even snow won't hurt it. Resists sun, rain, snow and mildew. Practical in any room or outdoors. Buy now! 5 EXCITING COLORS • AVOCADO • INDIAN CORN • SPICE FORA LIMITED TIME ONLY ONLY Sq. Yd. RED TERRACE BROWN BUY ON OUR EASY PAYMENT PLAN BIERL'S STORE OF FLOORS 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 Cava naugh Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Tete-a-Tete Club, Mrs. William Bernholtz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. K. Cooper Trumpettes Club, Mrs. Lee Johnson M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Hans Laurid sen 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. Wednesday- Flower and Garden Club, Mrs Albert Janssen Wednesday Bridge Club, 1 p.m. Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. H. L Bell Grant Township Homemakers Club, Mrs. Norbert Wiederien Lutheran Women's Guild Cir cles: Eunice, Mrs. Alma Platt; Mary, Mrs. Roy Heu ton; Martha, Mrs. Ben Hoi stein; Dorcas, Mrs. James Cavanaugh; Lydia, Mrs. Ed ward Hathaway; Ruth, Mrs Donald Petersen; Sarah, Lu theran Church High Bidders Club, Mrs. Mar vin Collison H. G. Club, Mrs. B. A. Pille Golden Circle Club, euchre 7:30 p.m. Meeting Set for Saturday on Recreation Plan Representatives of organizations and individuals interested in a summer parks program or children will meet at 9:30 .m. Saturday in the Carroll Chamber of Commerce office. An organization of the park program proponents is exacted to come out of the meet- ng. Tom Slater, former Carroll lounty resident and now a member of Omaha's summer recreation department, will discuss a program at the meeting. He will tell how the Omaha program operates and answer questions. Some 35 Iowa towns have been sent questionnaires re- g a r d i n g their summer programs, and replies have been received from 16, Bill Stickrod, ;emporary chairman, reported Thursday. Generally, the towns have reported successful programs and hae told of plans to expand the activities next summer. "Any individual, or group, is urged to attend the meeting to help us decide if a similar program should be offered to the children of Carroll," Mr. Stickrod said. Bridge and Pinoch e Clubs Entertained Morris Heithoff in RAVE Contest Three persons from the Carroll area will participate in a district Farm Bureau Rural Amateur Variety Entertainment (RAVE) contest at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Farm Bureau Building in Denison. Mrs. Louis Peterson, Lawton, chairman of District 4 of the Farm Bureau Women, will be in charge. Among the 10 young people who will represent their counties in the district contest will be Morris Heithoff of Carroll, who will represent Carroll County; Phil Klever of Gray, Audubon County, and Rosemary Cadwell of Manilla, Crawford County. All are vocal soloists. Winners of the district contests will advance to state finals at 9:30 a.m. Nov. 14 in Des Moines at Veterans Auditorium. Trophies will be presented to the top three state contestants. Pope May Undergo Surgery Saturday VATICAN CITY (AP) - Reports circulated at the Vatican today that Pope Paul VI will undergo surgery on his prostate gland Saturday morning. There was no official confirmation, but the Pope's doctors said shortly before midnight Wednesday they had decided to go ahead with the surgery without further delay. Vatican sources at that time had said this probably meant Saturday or Sunday. Mrs. Louis W. Drees was hostess for the G.T.O.B. CLUB party in her home Wednesday afternoon. Dessert and coffee were served at the dining table, which featured Thanksgiving decorations. At bridge, Mrs. Albert Reinhart and Mrs. Frank Bielmaier received high score prizes and Mrs. Clem Rehker, traveling. Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier will entertain next, Nov. 15. Meeting for pinochle Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. William Sondgeroth were members of the H. H. CLUB. Lunch was served between games. High score prize went to Mrs. Ed Miller; second, Mrs. Frank Herbers; high bid, the hostess; and traveling, Mrs. George Masching. Mrs. B. A. Pille will have the club's next .party, Nov. 16. Mrs. G. W. Mueller entertained the WEDNESDAY CONTRACT Club at a luncheon and cards at the Carroll Country Club, with Mrs. R. J. Ferlic as her additional guest. Mrs. Al Boss was winner of the high score prize and Mrs. J. B. Micka, second. Mrs. Martin Schmeiser will be the next hostess, Nov. 15. Co-hostesses for the evening party or the W. B.'s CLUB were Mrs. Darwin Bunger and Mrs. Donald Derner, at the Bunger home. Dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. Derner in whose home the Nov. 15 party will be held, won high score prize; Mrs. Jack Stangl, second; and Mrs. James Hath away, low. Mrs. Ted Krogh was an eve ning hostess, entertaining the O.N.O. CLUB at rf dessert bridge in her home. Table dec orations were in an autumn motif and included miniature cor nucopias. Mrs. George Holme: was a guest outside club mem bership and received a g i f from her hostess. Prize winners were Mrs. James DeBower high; Mrs. J. G. Donovan, sec ond; and Mrs. W. L. Chambers traveling! Mrs. Marvin Sernet will have club next, Nov. 15. Ten games of euchre wen played at the GOLDEN CIR CLE Club's Wednesday nigh event. Mrs. William Meshek o Dedham wos high prize anc Mrs. Floyd White Sr., seconc for the women. Men's prize were won by Vincent Ricke high, and Leo Sellen, second Mr. Meshek kept the traveling prize. Mr. Sellen served lunch GUESTS FROM ILLINOIS (Times Herald News Service) LAKE CITY - Mrs. Jack Baxter and children of Freeport, 111., are visiting here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul DeLong. Mrs. Baxter is the former Mary Ellen DeLong. Showing NOW ThruTues.l Who says they dortt make Westerns like they used to? Sunday From 1:15 P.M. Continuous Nightly From 7P.M. Mjustdid. GEORGE DEnn PEPPHRD mnRTin Simmons in A MARTIN RACKIN PRODUCTION JOHN MclNTIRE-SUM PICKENS-DON GALLOWAY ScmnDU, by SYDNEY BOEHM Md MARVIN H. ALBERT •Diftctttf by ARNOLD UVW'Producid by MARTIN RACKIN A UNIVERSAL MCTURE TECHNICOLOR* Special Kiddie Show Saturday at 2 P.M. "Stoway In The Sky" Mrs. Merlin Hugeback used a 'hanksgiving theme in enter- aining the CHIT-CHAT Club in her home. She served dessert and coffee at the close of the ivening of bridge. Winning score prizes were Mrs. Glenn ieithoff, high; Mrs. Larry Baumhover, second; and Mrs. Arnold Havermann, low. The club will meet next with Mrs. loger Kanne on Nov. 15. Bridge was played at the KARDETTES Club party Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Wayne Tiefenthaler. Mrs. Richard Collison was awarded high score prize; Mrs. Richard Beck, second; and Mrs. John Carlin, low. The hos- ,ess served lunch following the games. Mrs. John Ragaller will entertain next. Mrs. Thomas Lambert was lostess to Q.N.O. CLUB mem- Ders in her home Wednesday [or an evening of bridge. Mrs. Donald Gute won high score prize. Second high went to Mrs. Donald Hagedorn, a guest, and low, to Mrs. Leon Oswald. A Thanksgiving theme was carried out in tallies and other decorations. Dessert was served. Mrs. Howard Johnson will entertain next, Nov. 15. Meeting for bridge in the home of Mrs. Donald Schech- inger were 1W-3W CLUB members and one other guest, Mrs. Elmer Nees. The hostess presented a 'gift to Mrs. Nees; high score prize to Mrs. Raymond Siepker, and low prize to Mrs. Jack Fleskes. Dessert and coffee were served at the close of the evening. Mrs. William Sipker will be hostess for the Nov. 15 party. K.C. Memorial Mass Exercises Charles Carroll Council No. 780, Knights of Columbus, will have memorial exercises and mass at 7 p.m. Monday, Nov. 13, at St. Lawrence Church, following the K.C. ritual. .The Rev. Francis Nemmers, pastor of St. Mary's Parish, Willey, is chaplain. Twelve members of the order have died in the last year, including Harold Hermsen, Joseph B. Taphorn, Earl Schrad, R'aymond A. Pille, Anton J. Klocke, Lawrence R. Hagedorn, Louis A. Macke, Cliff J. Cavanaugh, James Moran, Vitus Schechinger, Albert Reinhart and Joseph C. Schirck. You'll Be Trim And Smart In This Wonderful Double Knit. Flip for the fancy-free thoroughbred . . . Mia's dress of double knit virgin wool. Spotlighting a dramatic giant ribbed turtle neck, the dress comes in grey heather, peanut brittle, true blue, black, and sand beige. The belt is optional. $19.98. WATERS FASHION DEPT. STORE t

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