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r Social Calendar Times Harald, Carroll, U. Friday, Nov. 10, 1967 Friday— Saturday— Thimble Bee. 1:30 dessert. jRainbow Girls school of In- Tony's Restaurant, Mrs. Pete Jensen Golden Circle Club, pinochle. 1:30 p.m. CDA Court Plans Fall, Yule Activities TKMPLETON several activities Plans for were made by members of Court Sacred Heart No. 454, Catholic Daughters of America, at their monthly meeting. Mrs. Leo Wiskus, grand regent, presided. The Rt. Rev. Msgr. A. W. Behrens, court chaplain, spoke concerning prayer and also of his desire to organize a Girl Scout troop here. Mrs. Frances Kemper reported on social service and Mrs. Herbert Klocke, lecturer, read "A Thanksgiving Prayer". Members are asked to bring gifts for Glenwood to the December meeting. The court will donate to Glenwood and also to The Carroll County Assn. for Retarded Children. The December meeting will be preceded by a 6:30 potluck supper, with a 50-cent gift exchange. Instead of the fall food event, each member is asked to do- fiatc 50 cents, which may be turned in to Mrs. Ted Eischeid Jr., Mrs. Louis Rupiper, Mrs. Herman H a u k a p or Mrs. Kemper. Mrs. Wiskus was awarded the birthday prize; Mrs. Maurice Friedman, th e door prize. Mrs. Merlin Trimeter was chairman of the lunch committee which also included Mrs. Gerald Irlbeck, Mrs. Frank Irlmeicr, Mrs. Harold Irlmeier, Mrs. Duane Irlmeier, Mrs. William Kalkhoff, Mrs. 'Edwin Kalkhoff, Mrs. Frank Kasperbauer, Mrs. Paul Kasperbauer, Rcgine Kaus, Mrs. Fred Kaus and Mrs. Earl Kerkhoff. struction, 10 a.m., Masonic Temple Golden Circle Club 7:30 p.m. D.A.R. Tea, 2 p.m., Woman's Clubhouse, Gliddcn Sunday— Rainbow Girl's 'Bowlies' party, L. A. Smith home Monday— St. Lawrence Guild Toastmistrcss Club, Derby Restaurant Round Table, Mrs. M. R. Tan Creti Beta Sigma Phi, Mrs. Thomas Lambert B. F. F. Club, Mrs. Wayne Weeks Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall 8-to-12 Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen Tuesday— Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. V. Stuart Perry Girl Scout leaders Tri-County Hairdressers, Jefferson Stale Bank Delta Dek Club, Mrs. Lambert Thelen Q.B.C. Club, Mrs. J. W. Hambleton Young Hearts Club, Mrs. Bcr- nars Fcilmeier T.W.C. Club, Mrs. Glenn Bernholtz Spela Kort Club, Mrs. James Kanne Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Robert Lux Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 To Become Bride . . . Planning a Nov. 24 wedding are Shirley Fix and Lowell G. Burdinc, both of Bend, Ore. Announcement of their engagement is made by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Fix of Bend. Miss Fix is a 19(iG graduate ot Bend High School and also a graduate of Phagan's Central Oregon Beauty College. Her fiance, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burciine of Gliddon, graduated in 1964 from Glidden-Ralston Community School. 7 p.m., hospital f ^fc. •^^•^^^•^^b.'^^k.^^^k.'m p.m. STOP Club, staff room Kardettes Club, Mrs. John Ra- galler Wednesday— U.P.W. Circles: 1, Mrs. Martin Berger; 2, Mrs. L. H. Anderson; 3, Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg; 4, Mrs. Donald Drees- scn W.S.C.S. Circles: Lucille's and Grace's, Methodist Church; Esther's, Mrs. James W. Wilson; Harriet's, Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain; Mary Lou's, Mrs. Dcrwyn Blanchard; Doris's, Mrs. Donald Jones Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Edward Reardon Party Bridge, 8 p.m., Country Club Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant F.O.B. Club, Mrs. William Kuker G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Roger Kanne W. B.'s Club, Mrs. Donald Derner Golden Circle Club euchre, 7:30 p.m.. O.N.O. Club, Mrs. Marvin Ser- nett 1W-3W Club, Mrs. William Siepker N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Joe Tegels Club Plans Projects and Hears Reports Members of Pateo Club made plans for the holiday season at their monthly meeting Thursday night at Tony's Restaurant. These include a charitable project and a Yule party for members and their husbands Dec. 2 at the Elks Club. Twenty-eight members attended the 6:30 turkey dinner in the Fireside Room. Tables were decorated in a Thanksgiving theme by Mrs. W. H. Rust and Mrs. Thomas Coughlin. Mrs. Donald Dreessen was welcomed as a new member, transferring from Newcomers Club. Following dinner the group Q.N.O. Club, Johnson Mrs. Howard attended Sharp Florist's fall and Christmas demonstration at the Carroll High School Auditorium. The next regular dinner meeting will be at Tony's Jan. 11, with Mrs. Eugene Wagner and Mrs. Richard Throckmorton as table hostesses. No Ironing! Country style homespun cotton tablecloths made by mountain weavers. Wash-f a s t, drip-dry, self fringed and reversible. At The Loft, of course, in brown, yellow, blue and black. 714 N. Carroll, telephone 9735. Adv. C ov/orri l oeverai Groups Met On Thursday The T.E.G. CLUB met for an evening of bridge in the home of Mrs. Fred Deierling. High score prize was won by Mrs. Steve Garbier, who will have the next party on Nov. 27. Mrs. John Dearduff won second prize and Mrs. James Kerwin, traveling. Dessert and coffee were served. Pinochle wac played at the HAPPY EIGHT Club party in the home of Mrs. Louis Starman. Prize winners were Mrs. Gene Nicland, high; Mrs. James Pudenz, draw; and Mrs. Paul Wieland, low. Mrs. Starman served dessert and coffee a* the close of the evening. Her decorations carried out a late-fall theme. Plans were discussed for a Christmas party next month. Mrs. Lou it Schools was an afternoon hostess, entertaining the NEW DEAL Club at Pauline's Cafe. A Thanksgiving theme was used in party decorations. Dessert and coffee were served between games of bridge. Score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Donald O'Herron, Mrs. Fred Ortner, Mrs. Joseph Wittry and Mrs. Louis Hannasch. Mrs. Clarence Loneman will be the next hostess, Nov. 21. All members of the 2-4-T CLUB were present when Mrs. Leonard Schechinger was hostess in her home Thursday night. High score bridge prize went to Mrs. James Collison; second, to Mrs. Arthur Pahl; and traveling, to Mrs. Orville Reiman. In keeping with Veterans Day, party decorations were in a patriotic theme. The hostess served lunch. Mrs. Pahl will entertain next in Carroll, Nov. 16. Mrs. Bill Burgess entertained the BRIDGETTES Club in her home, serving lunch at the close of the e v e n i n g. Mrs. James Kratoska received high score prize; Mrs. Vincent Koenig, second. Mrs. M. J. Hall will have club next on Nov. 20. Living in Denison . . . Mr. and Mrs. Jim R. Beymer, who were wed here Nov. 4 in St. Lawrence Curch, are making their home in Denison. The bride is the former Lois Loneman, daughter of Mrs. Joe Loneman of Carroll and the late Mr. Loneman. Parents of the bridegroom are Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Beymer, Denison. The couple took a wedding trip to northern states. DISCOUNT G-MART 523 N. Main Carroll, Iowa CENTER SUNDAY SPECIALS From 1:00 p.m. Until 5:00 p.m. FLANNEL SHIRTS $244 Specials Apply Sunday Only Mrs. Andy Carruthers used a Thanksgiving theme in entertaining the TRIPLE C Club in her home. Mrs. Thomas Collison was an additional guest for the evening of bridge and was given a gift. Score prize winners were Mrs. Howard Drees, high, and Mrs. Elmer Nees, second. Lunch was served. The club will meet next with Mrs. Drees, Nov. 30. Mrs. C. D. Andrews had members of the 8-4-FUN CLUB as guests in her home Thursday evening. In pinochle, Mrs. Harold Jensen won high score prize; Mrs. Donald Robertson, second; and Mrs. Francis Wells, traveling. Lunch was served, using the Thanksgiving theme. The club's Christmas party will be Dec. 5, with Mrs. Jean Miller as hostess. BLUE MOUND TURKEY DINNER! We'll play chef for you Sunday, Nov. 12, Holy Spirit Auditorium. 3 tP 7 p.m. Adults $1.50, Children 75 cents. Adv. Bridge Event Held Thursday The Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge Club held its regular morning event and luncheon Thursday at Tony's Restaurant. Winners were as follows: East-West: Mrs. G. W. Mueller, Carroll, and Mrs. Robert McConkie of Jefferson (1); Mrs. Vincent Collison and Mrs. Harold Traner (2); Mrs. L. R. Chapman and Mrs. 0. H. Juergens (3); Mrs. Grace Gamble and Mrs. Clyde Slininger, Jefferson (4). North-South: Mrs. P. I. Colvig and Mrs. Ashton McCrary, Lake City (1); Mrs. A. E. Whyte, Denison, and Mrs. Robert Van Horn, Glidden (2); Mrs. Lyle Arp, Manning, and Mrs. E. V. Hoffman, Templeton; Mrs. Louis Gnam and Mrs. Ralph Crane, tie for (3). Because of Thanksgiving, the next morning games will be Dec. 7. Beulah Club Is Entertained Mrs. Merrill Rogers was hostess for a guest day meeting of the Beulah Country Club Thursday afternoon in her home. All members brought guests. During the business meeting conducted by Mrs. E. E. Osborne, president, plans were made for the Christmas meeting on Dec. 7. Following a no- hostess luncheon, the party will continue at the home of Mrs. Everett Rogers. Lunch was served from a table featuring fall decorations. Mrs. Osborne poured. IN SAN DIEGO SAN DIEGO — Seaman Recruit Elward J. Hacker, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ray J. Hacker of Halbur, is undergoing nine weeks of basic train- 54 Attend Newcomers Club Dinner Fifty-four members and guests attended the November dinner meeting of the Newcomers Club Thursday night at the Carroll Country Club. Mrs. Art Walker, new vice president, presided at the six o'clock meeting, after which the club attended the Sharp Florist 1967 fall and Christmas demonstration at the Carroll High School Auditorium. First-time guests introduced included Mrs. Bonnie Brecklcr, Mrs. Calvin Mosburg, Mrs. Jerry Wenck, Mrs. Randy Weaver and Mrs. Ronald Christiansen. Those attending for the second time were Mrs. Leone Jensen, Mrs. Jeff Kudsk, Mrs. Michael Marienau, Mrs. Richard Oor- log, Margaret Paup, Mrs. Dennis Swenson, Mrs. Lyle Tenold and Mrs. LeRoy Vial. Third-time guests who thus became new members were Mrs. Dean Bledsoe, Mrs. John Bruner, Mrs. Goldie Luft and Mrs. Gary Radach. Tables were decorated with fruit and vegetable "people". In addition to the "people" the head table featured a framed picture of a pioneer family. A fall bouquet on the table and a turkey and basket of fruit on the fireplace mantel further carried out the late-autumn theme. Mrs. Howard Mortensen was chairman of the table committee which also included Mrs. Viola Hinners, Mrs. Grant Rer- der, Mrs. Donald Wenck and Mrs. J. D. Eighmy. Door prizes were presented to Mrs. Christiansen, Mrs. William Kurth and Mrs. William Mosburg. Tel s of ICYE Parley' eld in Wisconsin ing at the Naval Training Center here. 346-2859 & Douglas PREMIERE November 15 THE MOST MUSICAL LOVE STORY EVER! GROUP G-MART YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOPPING CENTER Club Makes Holiday Plans Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club members planned Christmas service projects and heard delegates'" convention reports at a dinner meeting Thursday night at Gussie's Restaurant. Mrs. L. E. Anderson, vice president, presided at the monthly meeting which was attended by 17 members and a guest. Mrs. Ethel Forbes of Walnut. Mrs. H. F. Pfiester was table hostess. The table was decorated with a fall floral arrangement which had been won by Mrs. Waldo McMinimee at the convention of the Association of Wa-tan-ye Clubs, Inc., at Rockton, 111., in October. Mrs. Charles Kuhlman, also a delegate from the local club, reported on the sessions of the convention which named Mrs. Dorothy Brudi of Mt. Carmel, 111., as Association president. Dorothy Grundmeier and Mrs. Kenneth Schwarzenbach were awarded one-year perfect attendance certificates. Christmas projects planned by the business women's club include a doll to be dressed by Mrs. Ed Anderson for presentation to the special education class in the elementary building of Carroll Public Schools, and holiday favors for shut-ins. Members also voted to contribute to the Jaycees' Christmas basket fund, to UNICEF and to the Association for Retarded Children. Members now are engaged in the annual pre-holiday sale of pecans; and a cooky and candy sale is planned for Dee. 16 at the Iowa Public Service building. A Christmas dinner meeting will be held Dec. 5 at the Derby Restaurant, with Sally Prenger, Eleanor Stangl, Mrs. Virgil Thelen and Neoma Hagge in charge of arrangements. The club has been invited to attend the 40th anniversary dinner party of the D e n i s o n Wa-tan-ye Club on Nov. 20. NOTES 87TH YEAR (Tlmei Herald News Service) MANNING — The family of Henry Schumann honored him for his 87th birthday with a potluck dinner and social afternoon Sunday at the VFW Hall in Manning. More than 50 attended the observance from Auburn, Lake City, E a r 1 h a m, Ames, Omaha, Vail, Waverly, Schleswig, Sac City, Scranton and Manning. By Mrs. Robert Mason WESTSIDE — Mrs. Willis Peterson and Verle of Westside and their houseguest, Arne Aarsland of Norway, attended the International Christian Youth Exchange Conference at Merrill, Wis., over the weekend. Arne is the foreign exchange student this year in the Ar-We-Va Community School, and the Willis Peterson's are his host family. The following account of the weekend in Wisconsin was written by Mrs. Peterson: We arrived in front of the St. Stephen's United Church of Christ in Merrill, Wisconsin, at 3 p.m. Friday, November 3. Here an I.C.K.E. Conference was to be held for the foreign exchange students of the tenth region. A committee of youth in the church assigned us our host families for the weekend. Miss Hetzel, one of the P a s t o r's daughters, took us on an interesting tour of the City of Merrill, a city with a population of about 10,000. By the time we returned from the tour, more families and students were arriving. The stu dents were greeting each other in a happy reunion. The states of Iowa, Minneso ta, and Wisconsin are in the tenth region. In these three states, 33 I.C.Y.E. students from Austria, Finland, Ger many, Iceland, Korea, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Brazil, Ethiopia, Japan, Argentina, Belgium, Jamaica, and Jordan are making their homes this year. All but three students were present at the conference. The church was large, and among other rooms it contained private conferences vlerriman. with Rev. a gym where the students and families were taken to enjoy music and visiting with each other. Before leaving the church with our host families for the weekend, we were all served sandwiches, cookies and bars, coffee and punch. My host family was Mr. and Mrs. George Henrick, a very hospitable, retired couple. Mr. Henrick, George, met me at the church and drove me to their home. After being served pie and ice cream, plus coffee, George asked, "would you like to go deer shining?" This startled me at first, but I immediately answered, "I'm game to try anything once." We three donned our coats and traveled to the country by car. We spotted several herds or groups of deer, some containing 12 animals. This was a thrilling, and entirely new experience for me. Arne's host family was Rev. and Mrs. Dale Kuck, the head pastor of the church. In his household Friday evening, they had a pizza party with other youths of Merrill. Verle's host family was Mr. and Mrs. Robert Aift. He was associated with the paper mill industry. Twenty-seven young people gathered in this home for a party on Friday night. They enjoyed games and food. On Saturday morning we gathered at the church for conferences to discuss problems and pleasures of the I.C.Y.E. )rogram. These were led by . and Mrs. William Sylvester of Merrill. They have been host parents to four students. Merrill has both the I.C.Y.E. and A.F.S. programs, so they have two students, and have also sent students abroad. Saturday night was "Interna- ional Night" and began with a janquet in the church dining room. All foreign students and their host families, and the host amilies of Merrill, were invited to attend the evjsning en- .ertainment. Every I.C.Y.E. student took part in some way, and the "returnees" were also a part of the program. The students dressed in their native costumes and performed some type of act native to then- country. Paul Berdmans from Belgium, acting as M.C., was clever and entertaining. The evening closed with a short service in the Sanctuary. The gym was then opened to everyone and the rest of the evening was spent dancing. Sunday morning was church service at 9 a.m. and then we departed for home. Students were busy exchanging addresses, making promises to write, and an echo of' voices saying, "we'll see you in the spring in Iowa." Another conference will be held in April. Not all host parents were able to attend. We took with us Madeleine Bocklie of Switzerland who is residing in Perry and Ernst Rupp from Germany who is staying in Missouri Valley. DeMolays Don Their New Robes New ceremonial robes were used by officers of Hugh de Payen Chapter, Order of De- Molay, for the first time for initiation of new members Wednesday night at the Masonic Temple. The robes were made during the summer by the Mothers' Circle, headed by Mrs. James Jackley. Andrew Peterson, master councilor, presided at the communication and business meeting. Plans were made for a delegation to attend the fall district conclave Saturday, Nov. 18, at Onawa. Committees were appointed to serve Masonic functions. Refreshments were served by Masons. Masonic visitors, besides Glenn Lockhart, DeMolay "Dad," were Tom Rogers, William A. Schaefer and Gene Vincent. Slanmgl LAURENCE prKtuclil)n * NAISMIIH JOIW WJSCOIt | 0*"^ byMOSSIUIir from -1HE ONCE AM FUlllliE KING" by T.H.WHIK Bind on die ptif-CAICLOr Book Mil Ipics br «JW Jtf «R Music by FWOeBCK IKWE Music su»nMtr«Hia HEwmN.itocbyFREDERICKiOEWE sbJufcr br JACK LWARNER'Dhcwbr JOSHUA LOGAN br MAN JAY LERNER ^ TECHfflCOtOK*MNAVI8ION*ntOM WARNER BROS.-SEVEN ARTS •CNIDULB AM* PM«tt ''""* H>*> HriMttw $M« ^W*«. Jj;K UM includ* N«br. ••Id TM Mail ordtri fllltd promptly. Write direct to theatre stating number of tickets, date & p*r- formance time desired. Please enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope. EXPOSED It was exposed today . . . the reason so many families are still happy after moving two and three times a year . . . they got "Wife- Approved" moves by North American Van Lines. Call us today for FREE estimate. John Vanderheiden, 1019 N. East, Dial 2540, Carroll, Iowa. INFANT BAPTIZED Climes Herald News Service) ARCADIA — Paul Allen Hinners, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hinners, was baptized following the second mass at St. John's Church here Nov. 5, with the Rev. C. A. Ahmann officiating. Sponsors were Mr. and Mrs. Berdell Jeschke of Denison. The baby was born Oct. 29 ait St. Anthony Hospital, Carroll. Dinner guests of the Hinners family were the sponsors and children; Paul's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Hinners and Ray Werkmeister and son Allen. Early American kitchen or dining room? Then see the variety of reversible woven cotton place mats with the fringed borders at THE LOFT, 714 N. Carroll. Three typical early America designs, all available in dark blue, red, antique gold, brown or moss green. Ph. 9735. Adv. PHONE 792-9400 Assisting with the conference were Rev. Willis Merriman, 10th Regional Representative from Minneapolis; and Mrs. Irma Thompson, assistant from Iowa. At 11 o'clock, about 90 people boarded a bus and cars and were taken to "Trees of Tomorrow." Here we watched the making of grave blankets, wreaths, and ropes made with pine boughs in preparation for Christmas shipping. This was also a new and interesting experience. Most of the workers were women. Almost everyone brought home a wreath or door swag which could be purchased for $1. At noon we were served at Chilsen Shack. This was a typical log cabin in the woods, heated by a wood-burning fire place. We returned to the church by 1:30 p.m. Rev. Richard Hetzel, assistant pastor of the church, told us of his experiences with the American Indians in South Dakota. He was their minister before coming to Merrill, and had been adopted into the tribe. The time from 3 to 5:30 was free time. Students and host families could use this time for LUXURY SWING...LIVING ROOMCOMIOR1 — ENDS SATURDAY — Continuous Nightly from 7 p. m. STARTS SUNDAY— MlMflNG MUST?" EASTMAN COLOR^ n|| [|k] The Year's Top Comedy Hit! Cont. Sunday from 1:15 p.m. i

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