Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 16, 1967 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Thursday, November 16, 1967
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Socia Ca endar Thursday— i High) O'clock Club, Mrs. Har- riiristian Fellowship. Lutheran olfi Trailer Church C.C.C. Club. Mrs. Dennis Sny- Rainbow Girls. M.isiinii 1 "IVm- dcr rt? T C. Club. Mrs. Cyril Wessling 2-4-T Club. Mrs. Arthur P.-ihl |.; H ( - n,,^ Mrs / K]mcr Hej . Clio Club. Rurko Motor Inn ni;in RL.RF. Club. Mrs. \rrnn! On- R C's Club. Mrs. Paul Vonteich- kcn cr H. 1-1. Club. Mrs R. A. Pille 1. or 1, Club. Mrs. Maymond 4 Tim«i Herald, Carroll, la. Thur.H.u NOV. 16, 1967 lly with Christmas Club No Christmas money worries for this happy family! They have the cash for their ex, penses ... saved each week in a Christmas Club! And they'll be opening their 1968 account this week. Why don't you? , f • t -..:.,__.-f^ T , -PUTT . -;• 7'sv.* .•.••:; CARROLL COUNTY j Ncllesen I Fincssettes-8 Club, Mrs. John | Bruner ! Friday— i Friday Contract Club, Mrs. R. E. Huffman F.L.C. Club, Mrs. Zclma Raygor Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Saturday— Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. Monday- Holy Spirit Women's Guild, 7 p.m. dinner meeting Newman Study Club, 8 p.m., Holy Spirit convent Bridgettes Club, Mrs. M. J Hall 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. James Lloyd Tuesday— I Entre Nous Club, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Derby Restaurant. STOP Club, Mrs. Donald Nobil- ing Legion Auxiliary League of Women Voters, 8 p.m. Mrs. Don Zimmerman Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Walter Anneberg Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. E. J. Kratoska A. B. Club, Mrs. Verdis Hanson New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Fortnighters Club, Mrs. John Heider A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Anderson Trumpcttes Club, Mrs. Lee Houlihan Bid-or-Bye Club, Mrs. Alfred Snyder Players 8 Club, Mrs. Alan Evenson Q-3-Tu Club, Mrs. Wyatt Osburn H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Leiting Wednesday- Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. J. C. Heider * Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) than 500, and South Vietnamese losses increased sharply. The command said 177 Americans were killed, 761 wounded and 28 were missing or captured, compared with 178 killed, 793 wounded and no missing reported the week before. Enemy dead dropped from 2,354 to 1,802, while reported South Vietnamese losses were 279 killed, 810 wounded and 91 missing, compared with 160 killed, 533 wounded and 60 missing the week before. The U.S. Command also announced that the number of American troops in Vietnam reached 470,000 by last Saturday, only 2,800 less than the peak U.S. strength in the Korean War in 1953. Arrivals since Saturday may have brought the total to the Korean War maximum or greater. U.S. officials have announced that American troops strength will be increased to 525,000 by early next year, and reports from Washington indicate that arrivals may be speeded up in the next few weeks. Rosier (Continued From Page 1) militiamen range along the coastline and provide village security in the two provinces. Enemy troops put such heavy pressure on the allied units that the U.S. Army moved in for the first time last April, replacing U.S. Marines who shifted north. Koster, born in West Liberty, Iowa, graduated from West Point in 1942 and then served in Europe during World War II. He came to Vietnam from the Force Development Command in the Pentagon. fJD.t.C, Gift Ideas are Shown at ESA Mrs. Delbert Patrick and Mrs. W. L. Reitz displayed a number of handmade Christmas gift items and explained how they were made as the program at E p s i 1 o n Sigma Alpha sorority Tuesday night. The group met in the home of Mrs. Dean Morlan, with Mrs. Gary Radach as an additional guest. Mrs. N o r m a n Winchester, chapter president, conducted the business session during which plans were made for a Christmas dinner party at 6:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Carroll Country Club. - The hostess served dessert and coffee. The next meeting, Nov. 28, will be at Mrs. Waldo Mc- Minimee's home. Feather Party — St. Lawrence Parish — School Cafeteria, Sunday, November 19, 7:30 p.m. Public cordially invited. Adv. jl / /v\ _._. . Qny Club Parlies On Wednesday Mrs. Martin Schmeiser entertained WEDNESDAY CONTRACT Club at a one o'clock bridge-luncheon at the Burke Motor Inn. Winning prizes at the tables were Mrs. H. R. Smith, high, and Mrs. B. J. Leahy, second. Mrs. Mike Wittrock will be the next hostess, Nov. 29, also at the Burke. Pinochle was played at the F.O.B. CLUB party at the home of Mrs. William Kuker. Thanksgiving decorations were used in serving lunch. High prize for the afternoon went to Mrs. Joe Nagl; second, Mrs. Leo Wie- dericn; low, Mrs. Bertha Hesslingh; and draw to Erna Langmeier. Mrs. Leonard Pietig will entertain next, Dec. 28. Mrs. Ed Schroeder was hostess for the afternoon party of the HIGH BIDDERS Club. Following a 12:30 luncheon at the Elks Club the group played bridge at her home. Score went to Mrs. Walter Millenacker, Mrs. Frank Liewer, Mrs. James Wieland and Mrs. George Walden, a guest. Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz will be the next hostess, Nov. 29. Another group meeting in the afternoon was the G.T.O.B. CLUB. Mrs. L. J. Wiedemeier was hostess in her home, using a Thanksgiving theme in serving lunch. Mrs. Lillian Reinhart won first prize at one table of bridge; Mrs. Albert Reinhart, high at the other; and Mrs. John Buchholz, traveling. Guests other than members were Mrs. George Hess and Mrs. George Marget. On Nov. 29 the club will meet with Mrs. Lillian Reinhart. Mrs. Howard Johnson entertained the Q.N.O. CLUB at an evening of bridge in her home, serving dessert and coffee. The hostess held high score prize; second went to Mrs. Leon Oswald and low, to Mrs. Jack Staley. Mrs. Arthur Gute will have the next party, Nov. 29. Nine games of euchre were played by GOLDEN CIRCLE Club members Wednesday night. Mrs. Vincent Ricke served lunch. For the women, Mrs. William Meshek of Dedham won high prize and Mrs. Ben Schenkelberg, second. Mr. Ricke won first and Mr. Schenkelberg, second, for the men. Next week's euchre games have been cancelled because of Thanksgiving and will resume on Nov. 29. Mrs. Roger Kanne had members of the CHIT-CHAT Club as her guests. High prize for the evening of bridge went to Mrs. Ronald Riesberg, who will have the next party, Nov. 29. Mrs. Donald Beidler won second high and Mrs. Arnold Havermann, low. Mrs. Kanne used a red and white color scheme in her table appointments. The centerpiece was a bouquet of carnations. Dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. Marvin Sernett was an evening hostess, entertaining the O.N.O. CLUB in her home. Mrs. Darrell Sunderman was an additional guest and received a gift. Dessert was served at the beginning of the evening at the dining table which featured a fall centerpiece. Mrs. Ted Krogh, Mrs. James DeBower and Mrs. Ramon Gardels received prizes for the bridge games. The club's next event will be a dinner party and gift exchange Dec. 6 at the Country Club. All members attended the 1W-3W CLUB party in the home of Mrs. William Siepker. Mrs. Jack Fleskes was winner of the high score bridge prize and Mrs. Donald Schechinger, low. The hostess used a Thanksgiving theme in serving lunch. On Dec. 7, Mrs. Ray Siepker will be hostess for a Christmas party at the Derby Restaurant. Meeting for bridge in t h e home of Mrs. Donald Derner were members of the W. B.'s CLUB. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Jack Stangl, high; Mrs. Ward Kowalke, second; and Mrs. Gene Rampelberg, low. A Thanksgiving theme was featured in party decorations. Mrs. Derner's co-hostess was Mrs. James Grettenberg, in whose home the Dec. 6 party will be held. Lunch was served. QUICK SALE VIENNA (AP) - Businessmen here rejoiced over substantial Special Summer Sales and attributed most of it to East European tourists who are short on cash and who grabbed all the cheaper items from the shelves. See Bernat's exciting new kit, which contains sweater yarn and dyed to match skirt material at the Knit Shop. Adv. To Become Bride . . . Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Otto of Omaha, Neb., formerly of Carroll, announce the engagement of their daughter Victoria to Ronald A. Parrish, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Parrish of Lincoln, Neb. An early February wedding is planned. Rev. Kampman Is Speaker at Trinity Guild "Growth and Prayer" was subject of the program presented Wednesday night to members of Trinity Guild by the Rev. Theodore H. Kampman, vicar, in the undercroft of Trinity Epsicopal Church. Mrs. James Copeland of Jefferson was hostess. Fr. Kampman likened prayer to a hand. Most important is the "thumb," or adoration, he pointed out, because without adoration, the other types of prayers are almost useless. Other types of prayers are penitence, thanksgiving, intercession and petition, he stated. He discussed the place for church, family and individual prayers, and asked members to define the difference between "saying prayers" and "praying". Sometimes one needs to discipline oneself to say prayers, setting apart a definite length of time, a set hour and place, he said, and suggested leaving the Bible open, writing out a verse or phrase and using that as a basis of meditation. Begin with adoration, he said, perhaps stimulated by an appropriate phrase or hymn, then go on to thanksgiving, confession, intercession and petition. Small "ejaculatory prayers" is a means of keeping the spirit of prayer alive throughout the day, he promised. Mrs. Arthur A. Neu reported that birthday calendars are now being distributed, and this year's calendar contains 1,223 birthdays. Mrs. Robert A. Wright, United Thank Offering custodian, reported 98 per cent participation in the annual offering Nov. 5 by the women of the congregation. Mrs. L. A. Smith, president, reported that the state Episcopal Churchwomen of Iowa will cease to exist Dec. 31, so that women may center their work on the church rather than on the state women's organization. Women will now work with the diocesan council rather than the ECW board. The ECW's money will be divided among a fund for a chapel under construction at the diocesan camp and conference center near Boone; a Mutual Responsibility (MRI) project among missionaries, and to St. Paul's mission to the Indians in the Sioux City area. Another amount would go to the Bishop's emergency fund. Mrs. Cleve Barr of Jefferson was seated at the coffee service on the refreshment table. Decorations included large figurines of Puritans done in wood, with a background of fall flowers and grasses. The next meeting will be a Christmas observance Dec. 20 at the home of Mrs. Smith. 7 Tables at Bridge Event The couple's party bridge event at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday night attracted players for seven tables. Cochairmen were the Harold Kunzes and Merle Dahns. Prizes were awarded to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Deter man, Mr. and Mrs. Vernis Juergens, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Menke, Mr. and Mrs. 0. H. Juergens, Mrs. Paul Ewing, Derwyn Blanchard and Joe Micka. Sandvyiches and relishes were served with coffee following the games. , Six Circles Of W.S.C.S. Had Meetings Wednesday was meeting day for the six circles of the Woman's Society of Christian Service of First Methodist Church. The joint meeting of the morning groups, GRACE'S and LUCILLE'S Circles, was held in fellowship hall of the church. Coffee was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Wayne Weeks, Mrs. Warren Ingalls and Mrs. Bruce Fuller. Mrs. Robert Blincow was program leader, using Thanksgiving as her theme. Mrs. Bruce Fuller led the devotions. Plans are underway for the family dinner to be served by the two circles at the church on Dec. 3, and com mittees were named. The next meeting will be Dec. 13. Seventeen attended the meeting of HARRIET'S Circle in the home of Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain, including Mrs. Noah Gillman, who joined. Co-hostesses for the afternoon were Mrs. Miles Hedges and Mrs. Ed R. Anderson. "The Week of the Grateful Heart" was the title of the devotional service conducted by Mrs. Eugene Osborne. Dessert was served from the dining table with Mrs. Robert McDonald, chairman, presiding at the coffee service. The Christmas meeting will be a 12:30 p.m. potluck on De.-;. 13 at Mrs. Max H. Reed's home. The afternoon meeting of ESTHER'S Circle was held in the home of Mrs. James W. Wilson, who also presented the lesson concerning Thanksgiving. Mrs. V. Stuart Perry, cochairman, conducted the session after which dessert and coffee were served. Mrs. Wilson's co-hostesses were Mrs. C. L. Moore and Mrs. William Blohm. The circle will have a 12:30 potluck at Mrs. Perry's home on Dec. 13. A program on drugs, entitled "The Hook" was shown by Mrs. Donald Zimmerman at the evening meeting of DORIS'S Circle in the home of Mrs. Donald Jones. Preceding the program Mrs. Charles Kuhlman led devotions, using "Thank God for Life" as her theme. Attending besides ten members were two guests, Mrs. Marvin Larson, W.S.C.S. president, and Mrs. Kenneth Crouse. Mrs. Zimmerman poured coffee when refreshments were served by Mrs. Jonts and Mrs. Rex Reser. The next meeting, Dec. 20, will be with Mrs. Merle Stevens. Members attending the meeting of MARY LOU'S Circle, held in the home of Mrs. Derwyn Blanchard, contributed funds to -be sent to Bidwell- Riverside Center in Des Moines for Christmas in lieu of having a gift exchange, Mrs. Harold Frey was in charge of the Thanksgiving devotions and also the lesson entitled "The American Indian — His Heritage and Emerging Identity". In keeping with her program she displayed a large basket of harvest fruits and a display of Indian articles. Mrs. Blanchard and her co-hostess, Mrs. Frank Fister, served dessert and coffee. The Dec. 20 meeting will be at Mrs. James Albertson's home. Add that special decorator look to your room with a Crewel embroidered pillow from the Knit Shop. Adv. Tougher Than He Has Ever Been! Suggested For Mature Audiences SHOWING NOW THRU TUESDAY! ••C-K preswls t Judd Benwd-hm Wnld* Prates* LEE MARVIN "POINT BLANK' ANGIE DICKINSON iri Mttrmt* Continuous Nightly . . . Shows at 7 & 9:05 Sunday from 1:15 P. M. —Special Kiddie Show . . . Sat. at 2:00 p.m. "APACHE UP-RISING" In Color Open 1:30 ... AM Seat 50c UPW to Conduct A Praise Service Mrs. Alfred Schlorholtz, Presbyterian missionary to Pakistan, will be speaker at the annual United Presbyterian Women's praise service which will take the place of the regular 10:30 a.m. Sunday service at First Presbyterian Church next Sunday. Top Honors in Bridge to Out-of-towners Out-of-towners grabbed top honors in the.regular bi-weekly tournament of the Carroll Duplicate Contract Bridge Club in the Fireside Room at Tony's Restaurant, Wednesday night. A total of 44 players competed in an 11-table straight Mitchell movement at the Club Master Point event directed by Mrs. 0. G. Clause, Jefferson. North-South winners were: Mrs. M. L. Runge and Mrs. Lois Whyte, Denison, first; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Walker, Denison, second; Howard B. Wilson and Romayne E. Huffman, third; Mrs. William J. Leuer and Mrs. H. T. Traner tied for fourth with Mr. and Mrs. William Ferguson, Glidden, East-West winners were: Mr. and Mrs. Ken Flohr, Storm Lake, first; Mr. and Mrs. Al Kuhl, Manning, tied for second with Mrs. P. I. Colvig and Mrs. Ashton McCrary, Lake City; Mrs. Howard B. Wilson and Mrs. Romayne E. Huffman, fourth. The next regular session of the duplicate club will be Nov. 29th. Group Plans A Yule Party LIDDERDALE - Plans for a Christmas party were made by the 28 members attending the November meeting of the Rosary Society of Holy Family parish. The party will be Monday night, Dec. 18, with a 50-cent gift exchange and a 50-cent contribution for missions. Following the meeting lunch was served by a committee including Mrs. John Gute, Mrs. Louis Tigges, Mrs. Don Kerwood, Mrs. James Dentlinger, Mrs. Clarence Wiskus, Mrs. Vernon Drees, Mrs. Leon Masching, and Mrs. Arnold Golwitzer. Mrs. Ray Drees won the door prize. COMPLETES COURSE 'REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. —Private Steven M. Nielsen, 19, son of Mr. and Mrs. Martin J. Nielsen, Audubon, recently completed a 10-week ammunition storage course ait the Army Missile and Munitions School, Redstone Arsenal, Ala. The occasion will be the traditional ingathering of thank offerings from the women of the church. Women will conduct the worship service, under direction of Mrs. Melvin Ohde. Mrs. Glennie Prince will issue the call to worship and the invocation prayer, followed by Mrs. Nick Schwarzenbach, who will lead the responsive reading. Mrs. Robert Richardson will read the Scripture lesson and will give the offertory sentences and offertory prayer, Mrs. Harold Van Der Weide will give the morning prayer. Mrs. Dorman Leader will sing the offertory solo, "Thanks Be to God," and will lead the 'junior choir in singing the anthem "We Thank Thee 0 Lord". Mrs. Charles Ryan is organist and Kris Evans will accompany the junior choir. Ushers will be Mrs. Roger Osborn, Mrs. Paul Tilton and Mrs. Robert Woodhouse. Tells Circle Of Pakistan Members of Circle 4, United Presbyterian Women, heard a talk by Mrs. Alfred Schlorholtz at their meeting Wednesday night in the home of Mrs. Donald Dreossen. Mrs. Schlorholtz, who recently returned with her husband and family from Pakistan, told of their life there as missionaries and displayed scrapbooks, guidebooks and other materials used in Christian study there. Thirteen members attended the meeting in addition to the guest speaker. Mrs. Ronald Roach Avas devotional leader, using "Thanksgiving" as .her theme. She read a poem, "Thoughts of Thanksgiving" and closed with prayer. Announcements included the installation of new UPW officers and executive committee on Dec. 10; a Senior High Fellowship bake sale Dec. 9 at B & H and Safeway stores; and the UPW Christmas tea from 2-4 p.m. at the church on Dec. 13. Circle 4 will meet the evening of Dec. 13 at Mrs. Harry D. Frank's home. A Shower for Pat Siepker A bridal shower at the Don F. Odendahl home honored Pat Siepker, whose marriage to Robert Odendahl will take place in Holy Spirit parish on Saturday, Nov. 18. Hostesses were Mrs. Alvin Lappe, Mrs. Don Odendahl Jr. and Donna Odendahl. Bridal bingo was played and the honoree opened her gifts, after which lunch was served. VELVETY NAPPED *CORFAM® .. . a triumph of modern fashion. The new plush man-made material that's soft and supple ... weather and spot-resistant. Here in a ladylike silhouette . . . heeled at just the right height . . . end softly bowed for flattery, Black Corf am Brown Corfam FENESTRE $16.99 Black Patent •Du Font's registered trademark for its man-made poromerlc shoe upper material TO 60 fO* SNOCS WU ThU product his no conniction whaltvtr with Th* Amtrican National Red Cross

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