Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 6, 1967 · Page 4
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Socia Ca nd ar Monday- Eastern Star, Mnsonic Temple Variety Club. Mrs. Ralph K.inne 12th 'n' Vine Club. Mrs. Dean Frcrlriokson First nighters Club, Mrs. Robert MoKone Tuesday— A.TVO. Club. Mrs. M. H. Van Yalkonburg Presbyterian Guild. Mrs. Carson Summers Lencuc of Women Voters, 9:30 a.m.. Mrs. W. E. Baudler STOP Club. 7 p.m., hospital staff room Junior Legion Auxiliary lli-l.o Hub. Mrs. H. L. Hudson Q-3-Tu flub. Mrs. Steve Farner H.N.H. Club. Mrs. Dale Hannasch Forlnighters Club, Mrs. John Guam Tote-a-Tetc Club, Mrs. William Bornholtz A. B. Club, Mrs. R. K. Cooper Tnmipettes Club, Mrs. Lee Johnson M.C.C. Club, Mrs. Hans Lauridsen Kid-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 STARLINE BALLROOM Tuesday Nov. 7 IN PERSON World Famous JAN GARBER And His Orchestra p.m., H. L. p.m. Wednesday- Flower and Garden Club, Mrs Albert Janssen Wednesday Bridge Club. 1 Burke Motor Inn, Mrs. Bell Grant Township Homemakers Club, Mrs. Norbert Wiederien Lutheran Women's Guild Circles: Eunice, Mrs. A 1 in a Plait; Mary, Mrs. Roy lieu- ton; Martha, Mrs. Ben Hoi- stein; Dorcas, Mrs. James Cavanaugh; Lytiia, Mrs. Edwand Hathaway; Ruth. Mrs. Donald Peterson; Sarah, Lutheran Church High Bidders Club, Mrs. Marvin Collison H. G. Club, Mrs. B. A. Pille Golden Circle Club, euchre, 7:30 p.m. Thursday— Wa-tan-ye Club, Gusslc's Restaurant Duplicate Bridge. 9:45 a.m., Tony's Restaurant Newcomers Club, 7 p.m., Country Club Pateo Club, Tony's Restaurant Beulah Country Club, Mrs. Merrill Rogers 8-4-Fun Club, Mrs. C. D. Andrews Happy 8 Club, Mrs. Louis Starman Pomptae Somateo Club, Mrs. Lyle Thelen Jokers Club, Mrs. Dwight Fiscus T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Fred Dcier- ling Bridgettes Club, Mrs. Bill Burgess Honeymoon Over? Your honeymoon may be lonjj past, but "the little woman" will love you all the more if you give her a North American Van Lines "Wife-Approved" move to your new home. Call us for FREE estimate. John Vanderheiden, 1019 N. East, Dial 2540, Carroll, Iowa. 4 Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 6, 1967 2-4-T Club, Mrs. Leonard Schechinger Triple C Club, Mrs. Andy Carrut hers Friday- Thimble Bee. 1:30 dessert. Tony's Restaurant. Mrs. Pete Jensen Golden Circle Club, pinochle. 1:30 p.m. Saturday— Rainbow Girls school of instruction, 10 a.m., Masonic Temple Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. JoAnn Ohde Bride Of Donald Bi unas Golden Circle Group Meets Golden Circle Club members held a regular meeting in their clubrooms Saturday night. During a short business session plans were discussed for their Christmas activities which again will include repairing toys for the community baskets. Pinochle was played, after which Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Heidcr served lunch. Mrs. Lucille Schriner won high and Mrs. Ann Hagedorn, second high for the women; Joe Loeffelholz, high for the men and Leo Sellen, second. The traveling prize was retained by ilarence Wright. Mrs. Emhke to Speak at Tea Mrs. Helen Emhke of Cleghorn will speak on "Your Flag and My Flag" at a patriotic tea of Prise-ilia A 1 d e n Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution, at 2 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 11, at the Glidden Woman's clubhouse. Good Citizen girls from Carroll, Kuemper, Glidden and Scranton High Schools and their mothers will be honored guests. The Good Citizen awards are sponsored annually by DAR. Hostesses will be Mrs. Elmer Gross, Mrs. W. I. Ealy and Mrs. W. H. Gordon, all of Glidden. JoAnn Eileen Ohde. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ohde of Carroll, and Second Lieutenant Donald Anthony Bilunas were married Saturday evening, Nov. 4, in the First Presbyterian Church at Carroll. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Bilunas of Sioux City. The candlelight wedding took place at 7:30, with the Rev. Allan M. Peterson reading the double ring service. Mrs. Howard Mohler was organist. Patricia Everett of Dubuque was soloist, singing before the ceremony and also as the couple knelt at the altar. Ushers were the bride's brothers, Douglas and David Ohde, and the bridegroom's cousin, Steven Harris. Providing a floral setting were altar arrangements of white gladioli and butterscotch chrysanthemums. A silver compote on the piano held white chrysanthemums; and the can- dlelabra and pews were enhanced with cedar and salal foliage amid white streamers. The bride, given in marriage by her father, chose her sister, Sharon Ohde of Minneapolis, Minn., as her maid of honor. Her other attendants were Mrs. Daniel Cooper of G u 1 f p o r t, Miss., and Marilyn Grady, Des Moines. Best man was the bridegroom's brother, Michael Bilunas, Sioux City. Groomsmen were Donald Jotzke and the bride's brother, David Ohde, both of Ames. petals outlined in ocean pearl with crystal stamens. She carried a formal cascade of snowdrift carnations and white butterfly roses, accented with ivy. Her attendants wore frocks of Pueblo gold chiffon with matching glolite trim. The semi-empire bolices, styled with scoop necklines and short sleeves, held cage-like skirts. Their pillbox headpieces featured chiffon petals over satin, with circular maline veils. Each carried a cascade of autumn chrysanthemums. Approximately 250 guests were entertained at a reception in the church undercroft immediately following the ceremony. Mrs. Bilunas attended the University of Iowa and graduated in August from Iowa Lutheran Hospital School of Nursing, Des Moines. Her husband attended Morningside College, Sioux City, and graduated from Iowa State University with a Bachelor of Science degree in industrial education. Upon his graduation he was c o m m i s- sioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Marine Corps; and for the past six months he has been stationed at Quantico, Va., receiving officers' training. After Nov. 9 the couple will be at home at Fort Lejeune, N.C., where Lt. Bilunas will receive eight weeks of extensive training before beginning a tour of duty in Vietnam. The bride's gown of peau de soie and Korde lace was styled with a Sabrina neckline, long sleeves and a slim, floor-length skirt. A tiny bow crossed with pearls accented the empire line of the bodice. Her cardinal coat of peau de soie held a lace train, edged with peau and touched with iridescents Holding her triple veil of silk illusion was a fleur de lis of peau PRE-HOLIDAY ennetf* IA7AVR CIDBT m IAMTV ™ ALWAYS FIRST QUALITY SHOE Women's Medium Heel Dress Shoes In patent or leather. Sizes 4 J a to 9. Black, white or bone. Orig. $8 NOW $61 I Misses Dress or Casual Flats Reduced Hlack patent or leather strap. 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Mr. Benefits Cited for Recreation Program in City Between 1,200 and 1,500 Carroll children over six years of age should benefit by a summer parks recreation program, it was estimated at a meeting of interested persons Saturday morning in the C h a m b e r of Commerce meeting room. Tom Slater of Omaha, a member of the parks program there, gave a report on the projects and ideas which Omaha uses and would be applicable to Carroll. said emphasis "recreation" Chil- 2nd Lt. and Mrs. Donald Bilunas Bride-elect is Complimented 8th Birthday Is Celebrated A party in the home of Mrs. Arthur Sharp and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kunecke Saturday afternoon celebrated the birthday of their granddaughter and niece, Lee Ann Sharp of Danville. Attending were Lee Ann's mother, Mrs. C. Leonard Sharp; her brother, Ch u c k; her brother-in-law and sister, Mi', and Mrs. Bruce Little of Davenport; Mrs. John J. Tigges, Omaha; Mrs. Leonard Bromert, Mrs. Telford Anson, Mrs. Richard Watson and daughter Lee, Douglas Peterson and Mrs. Jewel Tooley and son Jim, all of Carroll. After Lee Ann had opened her gifts, a birthday cake trimmed in autumn colors was served with ice cream. Lee Ann was eight years old Sunday. The Sharp family, who moved to Danville in September, and Mr. and Mrs. Little came late Friday for a weekend visit with relatives and friends. Liewers Host Family Party Mrs. Theresa Liewer was honored at a party Sunday in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Liewer, in observance of her 86th birthday. The event also honored another son anc daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs A. J. Liewer of Des Moines for their silver wedding anni versary. Gifts were presented to the honorees, and lunch was serve* during the social afternoon. With the exception of daughter, Mrs. Al Habiger o Piqua, Kan., all of Mrs. Liew er's children were present to note her birthday. In addition to the hosts and the A. J Liewers, those present were Mr. and Mrs. Clem Tigges Mr. and Mrs. Norbert Liewer John and Tony Liewer, Carroll Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Anthofer Gray; Mr. and Mrs. Alois Irl beck, Dedham; and Mr. am Mrs. Charles Weitl, Templeton A miscellaneous bridal shower honoring Sandra Heinrichs was given Sunday by her aunt, Mrs. Alvin Heinrichs, and her sisters, Shirley and Susan Hein- ichs, in the Alvin Heinrichs lome. She will become the jride of Jim Riesberg on Nov. 25. Court whist was played for ntertainment, with Diane Weihs of Audubon winning ligh score prize and Arlene Vogl of Halbur, the low. Mrs. L,averne Bernholtz of Maple River received a prize for having a wedding anniversary nearest the date of Miss Heinrichs' wedding. A plate prize went to Bonnie Naberhaus of Halbur. Shower decorations were in ;he bride-elect's chosen colors of green and white. Lunch was served before she opened her gifts. Two Visitors Are Honored Mrs. Lawrence 0 r t n e r of Vancouver, Wash., and Mrs. Howard Snyder of Eugene, Ore., were guests of honor at a cooperative dinner Sunday in the home of their mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Tacke. Others attending were Sr. M. Imelda of Halbur; Ralph Wuebker, Nevada; Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Neumeyer and family, Mt. Carmel; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Lynch and family, Jefferson; Mr. and Mrs. Joe M a c k e y, Churdan; Lloyd Tacke, Council Bluffs; Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Tacke and Janie, Mr. and Mrs. George Sieve, Linda and Alan, Carroll; and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schweers and Curt, Arcadia. Mrs. Snyder and Mrs. Ortner have been visiting for two weeks in this vicinity. They plan to leave for their homes Tuesday by plane from Omaha. Mr. Slater should be on and not "competition dren would be encouraged to enjoy the program, and not feel that they "had" to be anyplace on time to compete with others. Crafts and the arts would be emphasized, perhaps utilizing the band shell in Graham Park for summer productions and plays. Each park would be used, so that children would not have to travel across town to participate. They would be divided further into age groups. The group has been exploring the possibility of a summer parks program, although it has not yet presented a formal request to the parks commission or the city council. Bill Stickrod, spokesman, said Monday that replies from other Iowa towns have had a favorable impression. Each town has reported a program has been beneficial, and several contemplate expansion of present programs. The purpose of a summer program would be to use more effectively the park facilities now available. The next meeting is expected to be held within the next two weeks, pending receipt of more material from Omaha and-other towns. Robert J. Kratoska of Minneapolis spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. E. J. Kratoska. 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. Mrs. Earl Brown accompanied her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Sparks, Karen and Kathy, of Ogden to Iowa Falls Saturday to attend open house and homecoming activities at Ellsworth College. Mrs,. Brown's granddaughter, Susan Sparks, is a second-year student at the college. They spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Paul Penner at Hampton, where other relatives also were guests, including Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Beyer, Amy, Tim and Nancy of Cresco, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brown, Randy and Gary of Humboldt. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd White Sr. and son Damian attended funeral rites for Mrs. Mae Hickey Saturday morning in St. Ann's Church at Vail. Mrs. Hickey was Mrs. White's cousin. Accompanying the Whites to Vail was Mrs. White's brother, Leo Hickey of Mt. Ayr, who came Friday and was an overnight guest in their home. Sorority Has Afternoon Tea Members of Xi Gamma Pi chapter of Beta Sigma Phi sorority held a preferential tea Sunday afternoon in 'the home of Mrs. Doran Brogden. Guests of honor were new rushees. Refreshments were served by the membership and social committees, with Mrs. Bernard Wells, chapter sponsor, presiding at the coffee and tea services. The buffet was centered with an arrangement of fall flowers. The tea was the final rushing activity until the pledge ceremony at the Nov. 27 banquet. The chapter's next regular meeting will be Nov. 13 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Lambert, where the program will be "House and Home". Ends Tuesday . . . Dean Martin In "Rough Night in Jericho" STARTS WEDNESDAY IUXURY SEATING...LIVING ROOM COMFORT Visit Relatives at Elkton, Minn. (Times Herald News Service) AUBURN — Mr. and Mrs. George Wernimont were weekend guests in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wernimont, at Elkton, Minn. David Schulte, Eagle Grove, visited Sunday afternoon with his grandmother, Mrs. Tony Schulte. 36 spirited youngsters ...3000 miles °ffun! ROBERT COHN presents ALEX GRASSHOFFS FILM A (COLUMBIA PICTURES RELEASE- TECHNICOLOR' SHOP PENNEY'S IN CARROLL, 509 North Adams St. Open Mon., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Sat., 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Fri v 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. ^Ofei Home Means More With Carpet on the Floor . . . Continuous Nightly from 7 P. M. . Features at 7:20 & 9:25 P. M. Saturday Matinee at 2:00 P. M. Ask our Carpet experts to call with samples. SHOP AT HOME Dial 792-2460 PRENGER'S FURNITURE 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 '.i

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