Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 18, 1967 · Page 12
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 12

Carroll, Iowa
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Saturday, November 18, 1967
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Times Herald, Carroll, la. i, Nov. 18, 1967 Homemaker Award 4 A II \ A / Brochures to Audubon Woman Ten work of PES MOINES — Mrs. Emil former award \v i n n o r s and v_.OUHty AKC_ Han^en. Audubon. has boen their families. Brochures the Reeled a« one of six lown • Mr. and Mrs. Hnivrn own «™f»ures describing farm women to receive UK> and farm Knnir 200 acres close work of lhc Carroll County As- Mas'cr V a r m Homemaking to Gray Their son. W a y n e. Delation for Retarded Children award for 1%7. live, three miles a w a y and wcr(> received this weekend by "Wallaces Farmer." spon- farms with his- father. Wayne rosul( - nls of Carroll and other sor? of (he award in Iowa, will and his wHo Norma. have 'six lowns m Carro11 Counl y who do entertain these women and children. Another son. Larry, their families at a luncheon in his wife and two children live DCS Moines on Nov. 20. Other in Omaha when 1 he works for guests nt 1hc luncheon included Western Electric. •^^••••KHMBi i Mrs. Hansen is a very competent community worker. Through the years she h a s not have community chest funds. The week preceding Thanksgiving annually is observed by the national ARC as Retarded Children's Week. "Thanksgiving Day was selected as the final dav of National Retarded served \vilh the >M1 club pro- children's Week in appreciation grams both on the township of the progress being made in and the county 1 e v e I. As a opportunities for the mentally member of the L u t h e r a n retarded to lead useful, satisfy- : Church of Audubon she has ing lives," Donald J. Roberti served as a Sunday School son. Carroll County ARC presi- I teacher and sunevintendenl. and dent, explained Saturday. , has worked with the vouth organization. Her most recent job is serving as assistant co-ordinal or of the Good Neighbor Service Center of A u d u b o n In addition to the customary work with the three special education classes and the children at the. Glenwood and Woodward New on the Hospital Scene ... are television visiting facilities employing a closed-circuit hookup between patients and waiting rooms. A bedridden patient can see a visitor on a room receiver while the patient's image is transmitted to the waiting room via a bedside camera, A telephone connection handles conversation. a program lor aging sdl()ols ' the association hopes lo expand its work to include Mrs. Emil Hansen Smorgasbord at Country Club county, people. The Hansen family enjoyed' thrcc ncw programs: having an International Youth ] - Summer classes for pre• Exchange student from Pakis-. seh()o1 and more scvcrel y re " tan in their home. ! tarded children. Mrs. Hansen's hohbics in- 2 ' More ^creation programs the retarded. 3. Support for the sheltered hobbies elude arts and crafts, gardening, flowers, playing the dec- TMieasnnt duck coosc fish * r ' c °rgiin. g°'f ;| " f l bridge. . . _ . _, ineasam. CHICK, goose, iisn h ^ ,,..„,.,„. , vivpb .,! tion m 1908 at Denison. The and venison will be featured on lVlr <II1CI Mt - s - ii-mson have a 1 the menu at a free smorgas i workshop scheduled for opera- .in.-n-ii iinvi: ,.1 i summer cottage at Lake View ; workshop will provide vocation, , , r f- ii /- whpi-p ihnv nnmv hnniinir tn,i''^ training for youths 17 years bord dinner for Carroll Conn- wn(|p l|1( > enjo\ hunting and , ° J J try Club members at the club-: fishi % T :! ' ul entertaining their i dnci 01UU> house on Tuesday, Nov. 21, j Ilia "y friends. ! Mrs. Roy Heuton, fund drive starting at 6 p.m. Much of the game of the smorgasbord is being donated The women were judged on chair nan, asked township the basis of good homemaking i chairmen to check this week- They; end on the progress of the en- and communitv service. by local hunters, according to j were chosen because they are I velopes being sent from door to Derwyn Blanchard, club manager. Mr. Blanchard said Saturday that additional game would be appreciated and that! their homes and with their fam- outstanding examples of t h c door. This system was used this many Iowa farm women who year in the rural areas of the arc doing an excellent job in | county in preference to mailing sportsmen wishing to contribute moat for the dinner should contact him. TEACHER NO. 7 INFLUENCE CHICAGO (AP) - "Whether a school is a good one or poor one for a child depends more ilics and who still have time to devote to community service. Candidates for the award are nominated by friends, co-workers and o r g a n i / c d groups. Nominations are sent in voluntarily to "Wallaces Farmer" and each candidate is carefully investigated. Final selection is made by a committee of judges. Members of the 19f>7 committee were Louise. Rosenfeld, assistant extension director and slalc leader. Home Economics program at Iowa State University; Mrs. Mildred Ryan, district leader. Home Economics, during a one-day symposium on Iowa State University, Mrs. on his teacher than upon physical facilities or the the amount of equipment or the other children." This is the view of Eveline B. Omwake, director of lhc department of child development of Connecticut. College. New London, Conn. She expressed her viewpoint out appeals for funds. The goal for the 1967 drive is $3,500. Seventy per cent of the fund drive money remains in Carroll County to support local programs, Mrs. Cecil Menke, CCARC treasurer, pointed out. The remaining 30 per cent goes to support state and national association efforts, with emphasis on research and effective legislation. The association is included in the budgets of the Manning Community Chest, the Glidden Community Chest, the Coon Rapids and Union Township Community Fund, and the Carroll Chamber of Commerce Corn- early education and psycho- A. K. Stoutner, Keota, Master • munity Chest. analysis at a meeting of the j Farm Homemaker. 195f>. and; This year's honorary fund National Association for Educa- Mrs. Zoo Murphy, homemaking j drive chairman is Russell lion of Voting Children. editor, "Wallaces Farmer." | Wunschel, Carroll attorney. Thanksgiving Baskets to be Given by Unit (Times Ilcnild fip\rn Service) MANNING — Thanksgiving baskets for shut-ins will be prepared here Nov. 21 by the V.F.W. Auxiliary No. 3517, and delivered on the 22nd. Vernetta Hass is in charge of the project. Final plans were completed at the Auxiliary's November meeting at the V.F.W. Hall, attended by 46 members. President Virginia Johnson conducted the business session during which it was reported that the membership drive was near completion. Gertrude D a m- mann gave the Junior Auxiliary report. The junior and senior units plan to purchase an American flag for Manning General Hospital. Contributions were made to the Carroll County Tuberculosis and Health Assn., National Home Seals and to the Iowa Cottage Christmas fund. The annual men's banquet will be served Dec. 2 with Mae Fogleman and Virginia Struve as kitchen and dining room chairmen. The 6th District meeting will be held here Dec. 10, with Bertha Ruhde as kitchen chairman and Lois Wegner, co-chairman. Registration will be at 10:30 and dinner will be served at 11:30 a.m. The Auxiliary will convene at Legion Hall at 1:30 p.m. and Post members will meet at the V.F.W. Hall. Dinner tickets may be purchased from a famous museum ... to your table for $1.00 prior to the convention or for $1.50 on Dec. 10. Kay Pfannkuch received the draw prize. Alma Vollmer anc her committee served lunch. The December meeting will feature a Christmas party with entertainment. In lieu of bringing gifts to exchange, each member will contribute 50 cents to be used for a worthy cause Pack Gifts for Arizona Mission (Timed Herald News Service) ARCADIA - The U.P.W. organization of the Arcadia Pres byterian Church met in the church annex Thursday after noon. The Daily Scripture on the Upper Room was the les son. Christmas gifts brought by members were packed to be sent to the mission at Tuba City, Ariz. Plans were made for the Christmas party Dec. 7 Lunch was served by the hos tess, Mrs. Edward Erps Guests were Mrs. Kenneth Pe ters, Mrs. Leonard Booth and Evelyn Hoick. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jansen and family of Omaha were Sun day dinner guests in the hom< of their grandparents, Mr. anc Mrs. Edward Gerstner. Mr. and Mrs. William Jent zen and Bill accompanied Mr and Mrs. Ray Brockman an< Kim to Valley, Neb., Saturday Mrs. F. A. Brockman accom panied Mrs. William Jentzen and Mrs. Ray Brockman to De Moines Wednesday. Sh planned to spend several day in the home of her granddaugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Royce An thony and son Troy. Former KHS Instructor is Speaker Here Sr. Paula Marie, FSPA, a eacher at Alvernia High School at Chicago and former eacher at Kuempcr High School, addressed the Franciscan sisters of the Carroll area on "Teilhard de Chardin — The Man Who Asked the Vital Questions" Saturday afternoon at Holy Spirit gym. Sr. Paula Marie has attended Teilhard institutes at Edgewood College in Madison, Wis., and at the Jesuit Theologate, St. Mary, Kan. She has her bachelor of arts degree from Viterbo College, LaCrosse, Wis., and her M. Ed. degree from Gonzaga University, Spokane, Wash. She taught at Kuemper High School from 1955-57, and at Aquinas High School, LaCrosse, from 1957-67 before going to Chicago. Socia Ca endar 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 Delegates of FSPA to Hold Workshop Here A workshop for chapter delegates of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, one of a series being conducted by the order, will be held Nov. 24-26 at St. Angela Convent and Kuemper High School, Sr. M. Justine, FSPA, announced Saturday. The workshops are designed to prepare delegates for a special provincial chapter of renewal to be held in December. New Officers Are Elected by Cemetery Unit (Times Herald News Service) ARCADIA — New officers have been elected by the Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary. They include Mrs. 'G. W. E v e r s , president; Mrs. Edward Erps, secretary; and Mrs. Ray Wiebers, treasurer. Evelyn Hoick is vice president. They will be installed at the Dec. 4 meeting. The election was held at the November meeting which was attended by 42 members and four guests. Mrs. Harold Koepke led devotions. A program on Thanksgiving was given by the entertainment and serving committee — Mrs. Warren Andersen, Mrs. Hazel Bruggeman, Mrs. Henry Boldt and Mrs. Lenus Andersen. Included was an article on "The Power of Faith", followed by group singing of "Faith of Our Fathers". A candlelight service in which each of 12 boons of American life and ideals for which to be thankful were represented was given by the above committee, assisted by Miss Hoick and Mrs. Elvin Anderson. The service closed with "America the Beautiful", with Mrs. Koepke as pianist. To close the program Mrs. Warren Andersen gave a humorous reading, "A Wing or a Leg, Please". It will include discussion of studies and thinking in the church and in the community. Delegates will discuss and categorize proposals for the provincial chapter, working in commissions with the following chairmen: community life — Sr. Mary Linus Winnike; personal development — Sr. M. Charlotte Bonneville; formation — Sr. M. Basile Lueck; apostolate — Sr. M. Thomasette Mont a g; government — Sr Mary Quentin Sheridan. The Iowa Province was established with four others on a four-year experimental basis Aug. 1, 1966. Four of the provinces oversee the education work in the 12 dioceses they serve, and one is a hospital province. The mother-house and generalate for the other continues to be St. Rose Convent at LaCrosse, Wis. At the Thanksgiving workshop next week, Sr. Grace Ann, O.S.F., Briar Cliff College, Sioux City, will discuss "Implications and Analysis of the National Sisters Survey." Juniorate and Novitiate representatives of the FSPA community will present a panel entitled "What We Expect of the Community, Our Province and •this Chapter." Members of the panel are Srs. David Ann Tigges, Charitas I r 1 b e c k, Joel Marie Hoffman, Mary Ann Linder and Mary Foley. 12th 'n' Vine Club, Mrs. James Lloyd Tuesday— Entre Nous Club, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Brown, Derby Restaurant. Pla —Mor Club, Mrs. 0. H. Juergens STOP Club, Mrs. Donald Nobil- ing Legion Auxiliary League of Women Voters, 8 p.m. Mrs. Don Zimmerman Hi-Lo Club, Mrs. Walter Anneberg A. B. Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen New Deal Club, Mrs. Clarence Loneman Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. A. B. C. Club, Mrs. William Anderson Trumpettes 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 Letting Wednesday • Wednesday Bridge Club, Mrs. J.C. Heider L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Jack Sanford H. G. Club, Mrs. Theodore Potthoff Friday- Golden Circle Club pinochle, 1:30 p.m. Saturday- Golden Circle Club, 7:30 p.m. Jensens to Note Their Golden Year (Times Herald News Service) MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. Albert Jensen of Manning will observe their 50th wedding anniversary on Saturday, Nov. 25, at the American Legion Hall in Manning. A reception will be held in the afternoon from two until four o'clock. The couple requests no gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Jensen have one daughter, Mrs. Eugene Schatz of Manning, and two grandchildren. There are 450 identified viruses. 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SPECIAL 83c Each For that light quick easy dessert STEAMED DATE PECAN, PUMPKIN OR BANANA LOAF Served with whipped cream. 49c Each For That Perfect Festive Dessert RUM AND BUTTER FRUIT CAKES (No Raisins) Filled with candied red and green, pineapple, and red and green cherries, pecans, walnuts and almonds baked in. 1, 1V4, 1V2, 2'/2 Lb. Sixes CUBED STUFFING BREAD 29c Bag KELLING'S DOUBLE KAY VACUUM PACKED Salted Nuts Spanish P*«nuit Large Red Skins Blanched Peanut* Cashews Deluxe asserted with no peanut* Vj and 1 Ib. cans You can be sure of freshness. Top selection . . . ASSORTED GIFT WRAP BUYS A. 8 roll pak. 40 ft. total B. 5 roll pak. 30 ft. total C. Tissue paper. 54 sheets PERIWINKLK. For the first tune -treasured 18th and 19th century dinnerware in the world-famous Henry Ford Museum Collection of Americana -beautifully reproduced by Iroquois, exclusively, in ovenproof, durable genuine china. 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