Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 17, 1967 · Page 4
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Carroll, Iowa
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Friday, November 17, 1967
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Socia Ca endar i Friday— ' P-ni. dinner mooting Friday Contract Club. Mrs. ' Newman Study Club, 8 p.m.. R. E. Huffman i Holy Spirit convent. F L.C. Club, Mrs. Zclma R ay .j Bridgettcs Club. Mrs. M. J. gor I Hal1 Goldon Circle Club pinochle,; 12th 'n' Vino Club, Mrs. James 1:30 p.m. | Lloyd Saturday— ! Tuesday— Golden Circle Club. 7:30 p.m. Entre Nous Club, Mr. and Mrs. Monday— Holy Spirit Women's Guild. 7 W. H. Brown, Dorby Restaurant. especially with Christmas Club CASH! No Christmas money worries for this happy family! They have the cash for their expenses ... saved each week in a Christmas Club! And they'll be opening their 1968 account this week. Why don't you? CARROLL COUNTY STATE Friday, Nov. 17, 19A7 i TOP Club, Mrs. Donald Mobil- 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. Kra- loska A. B. Club, Mrs. Vcrdis Hansen New Deal Club. Mrs. Clarence Loncman Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. A.B.C. Club, Mrs. William Anderson Trumpettcs 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 Lcit- ing Wednesday- Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. ! J. 1. He'ider L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Jack Sanford Large Number of C ubs Entertained The PARKVIEW PLAYERS j coffee were served. At bridge, Club met for bridge Thursday high score prize was won by evening in the home of Mrs. Norman Hutcheson, with Mrs. Robert Overmohle as an addi- Mrs. Donald Schechinger and low, Mrs. John Moriarty, who will have the next party on tional guest. Dessert and coffee Dec. 21. Mrs. Schechinger and were served. Mrs. Llewellyn Mrs. Linus Goblirsch were Ryan was winner of the high j guests. score prize and Mrs. Gene Ru- j — piper, low. Mrs. Ralph Loeffelholz will have the next party, Dec. 14. Prog i Thanksgiving ram at Clio Meeting A program on Thanksgiving was presented by Mrs. C. E. Mcllvain at the meeting of Clio Club Thursday afternoon at the Burke Motor Inn. Theme for the day was "Happiness is gratitude in action." She reviewed the history of Thanksgiving, starting with the coming of the Pilgrims to America, and told of their many hardships. She noted that Thanksgiving really began in Holland before the Pilgrims made their journey. Her program also included the story of Sarah Hale, who worked for many years to make Thanksgiving a national holiday, and of Abraham Lincoln, who ordered that it become a national holiday in 1863. She read President Johnson's 1967 Thanksgiving Proclamation and closed with two poems, one on Thanksgiving by Bernard Patrick and another, "A Mouse's Thanksgiving". Mrs. John E. Martin, club president, opened the meeting and conducted a short business meeting preceding the program. Mrs. L. A. Wederath, club poetry chairman, read several poems which were winners in the annual I.F.W.C. contest, including one of her own, "No More Subscriptions". Mrs. Stanton L. Sherman read her win- nig composition, "Poetic Scoop". Mrs. Van Holsapple, former resident and Clio member, also had submitted one of the winning poems. Mrs. John Grey gave the "Mighty Minute" report which concerned food and its production. Clio's next meeting will be Nov. 30, with Mrs. W. L. Reitz presenting the program under the theme "Happiness is minding our manners." Rainbow Girls Plan a Dance Plans for sponsoring a teen dance during the holiday season were discussed during a regu lar meeting of Assembly No 50, Order of Rainbow for Girls Thursday at the Masonic Temple. The date and place will be arranged in the near future. Pam Way, worthy advisor presided over the session, with Mrs. H. B. Kobbe acting as mother advisor. The girls also decided to engage in selling boxes of candy. It was votec that each member contribute 25 cents toward the building o: snack bars at the Eastern Star Home at Boone, a project o! the grand worthy matron of the Order of the Eastern Star Marty Ware conducted a proficiency examination for five members. The next meeting date is Dec 7. 551-3595 4952 Dodge OMAHA UNIVERSAL p>ti«nu JULIE ANDREWS lttSS HUNTER'S product* JMItllE TECNNICOIOK* PfKFORMANCil & PRICK* MATINEES (2 p.m.): W«dnetday SI.7S Sat. Sun. *\ Holiday* S2.2O (VENINCS (• p.m.); bun. thru Thurt. S2.20 Fri. Sat. i. Holiday* SZ SO Pinochle was played by H. H. CLUB members Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. B. A. Pille. Lunch was served between games. High score and high bid prizes were awarded to Mrs. Joe Riessel- man, who will be the next hostess on Nov. 30. The hostess was winner of the second high nd traveling prizes. Mrs. Cyril Wessling was a Thursday evening hostess, en- j can Legion announced Friday. Program to Stress Meaning of Freedom Children in the first four grades of Carroll Public St. Lawrence, and Holy Spirit Schools in Carroll will participate in a nationwide program to emphasize the meaning of- American freedom, Command;:• Vern Heithoff of Maurice Dunn Post No. 7 of the Ameri- ertaining the T. C. CLUB at ridge in her home. She used a 'hanksgiving theme in serving unch after the games. Score jrizes were won by Mrs. Matt iugeback, Mrs. Christine Tap- lorn and Mrs. Joe Pick. Plans made for a no-hostess Christmas dinner party and gift ixchange on Dec. 14. Mrs. Arthur Pahl entertained he 2-4-T CLUB Thursday night at her apartment in Carroll ,vith all members attending. Mrs. Leonard Schechinger received first prize in bridge; Mrs. Lewis Voyles, second; and Mrs. Paul Schechinger, travel- ng. Lunch was served, featur- ng a Thanksgiving theme. On 30 the club will meet with Mrs. Orville Reiman. Mrs. Raymond Nellesen was lostess for the monthly meet- ng of the L. or L. CLUB in icr home Thursday night. A short business session was held and plans were made for the Ihristmas party to be held Dec. 20 in the home of Mrs. Ted ichulz Sr. Guests other than members were Mrs. Agnes Bur;art, Mrs. Rosina O'Tool and Mrs. Virginia Steffes, each of ivhom received a gift. Canasta ,vas played, with Mrs. Burgart winning high prize and Mrs. Joe Hoelscher, low. Card ta)les were decorated for Thanksgiving when lunch was served at the close of the games. Another group meeting Thursday night was the SLAMETTES Club, with Mrs. Edward Thompson as hostess in her home. Co-hostess was Mrs. Dale Mason, who was winner of the high score prize. Low prize went to Mrs. Art Walker. Mrs. Thompson served pumpkin pie and coffee. The next party will be Dec. 21 in the home of Mrs. LeRoy Lynch. Mrs. John Bruner was an evening hostess, entertaining l\NESSETTES-8 Club members and one other guest, Mrs. Brian Bruner, in her home. At bridge, Mrs. Dean Bledsoe won high prize; Mrs. Alan Evenson, second; and Mrs. LeRoy Vial, low. Decorations were in keeping with Thanksgiving. Mrs. Personal Paragraphs William Mosburg will entertain next. A Thanksgiving theme was featured Thursday night when Mrs. Paul Venteicher entertained the 8 C's CLUB in her home. Her additional guests were Mrs. Robert Kraus and Mrs. William Baumhover, each of whom received a guest gift. Mrs. Kraus also received high score prize; second went to Mrs. Gerald Baumhover. Lunch was served. Members and their husbands will have a Christmas dinner party Dec. 16 at the Derby Restaurant. Playing bridge Thursday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Dennis Snyder were C.C.C. CLUB members and one other guest, Mrs. Jerry Wilson. Mrs. George Grouse was winner of the high score prize; the hostess, second; and Mrs. Richard Nelson, low. Thanksgiving decorations were used, and each dessert was topped with a candy turkey. Mrs. Louis Starman will entertain next, Dec. 21. Mrs. Elmer Heiman was hostess for the evening meeting of the E.B.C. CLUB. Dessert and With the cooperation of the Schools, Post No. 7 will provide each child in the first four grades a special coloring poster featuring the flag of the United States. The poster, entitled "Color It Proud" also conveys to each youngster the meaning of the various parts of the flag. The special poster coloring program is being offered to school children throughout the United States as part of Legion National Commander William E. Galbraiths "Freedom is Not Free" crusade, Mr. Heithoff explained. "This year, The American Legion is dedicating the efforts of its 2V2 million war veteran members to a comprehensive program to teach the unknowing, awaken the apathetic, and remind the conscientious that "Freedom is Not Free", Mr. Heithoff said. "This poster- coloring program is but one phase of this crusade. The "Color It Proud" poster program has received enthusiastic endorsement from the leadership of the National Education Association. In a letter to National Commander Galbraith, NEA Presi- 'ent Braulio A1 o n s o wrote, "We are particularly pleased that you are distributing to the thousands of school children throughout our nation the coloring sheets "Color It Proud", this patriotic gesture should inculcate a greater love and understanding of our flag." New Members Are Accepted Into Fellowship Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hacker and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Zeigel were accepted into membership at the November meeting of the Christian Fellowship Society Thursday night at St. Paul Lutheran Church. Attending the session were 45 members and two guests, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Klindt. Darcy Peterson, president, presided. It was reported by Donald Petersen that there are 11 new sponsors for the Lutheran Hour, which is the goal of 2 per cent of church membership. Card bingo was played for entertainment following adjournment, and lunch was served. Hosts were Mr. and Mrs. James DeBower, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Fricke and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Braham. The Society's next event will be a Christmas potluck dinner at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday, Dec. 10. Concert Artist . . . Joel Krosnick, a college professor and concert cellist, will present the second program of the Carroll Concert Assn. series at 8 p.m. Monday in the Carroll High School auditorium. Two 'cello sonatas, one by Breval and the other by Strauss, will open the program. Shorter compositions by Kodaly, Faure, Popper and Chopin will be played after intermission. He formerly was professor of music at the University of Massachusetts. Feather Party — St. Lawrence Parish — School Cafeteria, Sunday, November 19, 7:30 p.m. Public cordially invited. Adv. Mrs. A. Joe Kelly of Richland is visiting a few days with her si.iter, Mrs. W. C. Reynolds. They returned here Wednesday night from Sioux City, where they attended funeral services for their brother, Paul J. Hamill. $2.25 for only 14 oz.? But of course it's Almond Roca, famous for its butter crunchy centers, enveloped in sweet milk chocolate anr" fresh roasted almonds, and always fresh because the foil wrapped morsels are vacuum packed. Buy a tin at The Loft for your holiday hostess. Adv. Briar Cliff Group Meets Alumni of Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, parents of students and friends met Wednesday evening at Gussie's Restaurant in Carroll. Mrs. Richard Baumhover, Carroll, introduced college staff members who presented the p r o g r a m. They included Sr. Mary Lenz, chairman of the chemistry department; and Robert Curry, associate director of development. Mr. Curry gave a commentary and showed slides of the campus, explaining the curriculum and special programs offered at the college. A question and answer period followed his talk. Sr. Mary Lenz spoke on current trends in contemporary fiction, reading excerpts from several books to illustrate various points brought out in her talk. The group's meeting was an annual event to foster and stimulate interest in Briar Cliff College and continued education. You don't have to be a gambler when you choose a mover. All movers are NOT alike. Get a North American Van Lines "Wife- Approved" move. It's safe, pleasant, worry-free! Phone us for estimate. John Vanderheiden, 1019 N. East, Dial 2540, Carroll, Iowa. Day Circles of the U.P.W. Had Meetings The three afternoon circles of the United Presbyterian Women held their m e e t i n g s in members' homes Wednesday. Mrs. Martin Berger and Mrs. Clarence Black were co-hostesses for the meeting of Circle 1 at Mrs. Berger's, with nine attending. Mrs. Robert Barels was acting chairman. Mrs. C. R. Thomas presented the program on flowers and vegetables mentioned in the Bible; and Mrs. A. N. Neu was devotional leader. A Thanksgiving theme was followed in table decorations when lunch was served during the social hour. Eighteen members of Circle 2 met at Mrs. Louis H. Anderson's home. The program on Christian art was presented by Evelyn Hoick of Arcadia. Mrs. H. F. Wickenkamp, vice chairman, conducted the business session after which Mrs. Anderson and her co-hostess, Mrs Clyde Birch, served dessert and coffee. Decorations were in keeping with Thanksgiving. Mrs. A. Reas Anneberg entertained 17 members of Circle 3 in her home, with Mrs. Lester Heinen of Halbur as co-hostess. Mrs. Alfred Meyers presented the program on "If You Marry Outside Your Faith" by James A. Pike. Devotions were led by Mrs. W. H. Rust. Lunch was served. Why not take your hostess a bdx of Almond Roca from the Loft? She moy kiss you for it, which is only fair considering it's probably the most expensive candy in Carroll! Fresh jutter-crunchy centers, sweet milk chocolate and roasted almonds. Each bit is wrapped in golden foil and vacuum packed in a fancy pink tin. As you read in The New Yorker Magazine, "Almond Roca is a darned impressive gift. Adv. Mrs. David C r o w I e y and daughter Kari of Minneapolis are here for a Thanksgiving visit with her mother, Mrs. Cliff Cavanaugh. Mr. Crowley is expected to arrive Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert McCcrd and daughters Lori and Shelly of Rawlins, Wyo., are visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. a-id Mrs. R. D. McCord. They came Nov. 11, and Mr. McCord went on to Chicago to attend a National Oil Jobbers meeting, returning here Thursday night. He is director from Wyoming Jobbers. The family plans to return to Rawlins Sunday. Tougher Than He Has Ever Been! Suggested For Mature Audiences PRINTING* DEVELOPING I v For expert developing and W. m printing of your films m * A bring them to SERNETT'S. A SHOWING NOW THRU TUESDAY! H-G-Wpresents A JutM Bernard-Mil Wnkler Production LEE MARVIN 'POINT BLANK" co-slarring ANGIE DICKINSON In Panavision'ind Metrocolor 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 ... All Seat 50c From Kansas City to Omaha, women are talking about all the nice things at The Garden Center Gift Shop. Adv. Price* Include Nebr. Sales Tax Mail orders filled promptly. Writt direct to theatre stating number of tickets, date & performance desired. Please enclose self-addressed, stamped envelope. II 11I IIIII/////> CARROLL KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS THANKSGIVING DANCE SATURDAY NIGHT NOVEMBER 18 AT THE CLUBROOMS Music by Richard Damstrom and His Orchestra Dancing 8:30-12:30—Lunch After Admission $1.00 For Knights, Their Ladies and Guests 393-5555 86th & W. Dodge OMAHA In 70 mm. ami sfcrcophonk SOUM!! DAVID 0 SE12NICXS ~rucw.« MUGMCI IMCHCIIS GONE WITH THE WIND Winner oCTen Acaden)) Awards H An MQUA Rcrelsasa IN METROCOUOH "A™"'"™",*"" '" ie " i,«,i .... Fri. and fat. • p.m. U.71 SPICIAL MATINIIS: tjiv. »J. * D.C. aa. at, it. at an< Jan. i Pric*« include N«»r. Sal*« Tax Mall orders filled promptly. Write direct to theatre stating number of tickets, date & performance time desired. Please enclose self- addressed, stamped envelope. PACKAGED VITALITY . . . with the "May I have some more?" flavor from LANGE'S DAIRY Available at your favorite store or delivered to your door. DAIRY SAC CITY • CARROLL • CLARINDA • MOUNT AYR

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