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Social Ca endar 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 I^egion Auxiliary League of Women Voters, 8 p.m. Mrs. Don Zimmerman Hi-bo Club, Mrs. Walter Anneberg A. B. Club, Mrs. Verdis Hansen New Deal Club. Mrs. Clarence Loneman Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 31.m. 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. Wyatl Osburn H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Dennis Leiting 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. Monday— St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary! general meeting, Yule party; j 6:30 p.m. p o 11 u c k, nurses' gym i Beta Sigma Phi, 7 p.m., Derby Restaurant j Rebckah Lodge, 100F Hall j Toastmistrcss Club, Derby Res- 1 taurant T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Steve Gar-! bier Golden Circle Has Card Party Winners at pinochle Saturday night at the Golden Circle Club were Mrs. Greg Schroedcr and Mrs. Oscar Heider, who tied for high score for the women, and Mr. Schrocder, high score for the men. Second high score prizes were won by Mrs. Joe Locffclholz, women, and L. B. McFec, for the men. Mrs. Oliver Doming retained the traveling prize. Elva Eikc and Mrs. Mary Heider were hostesses for refreshments and made arrangements for the parly, which was held at the club rooms. OPAL: Have You Seen Those lovely Ambassador Christmas cards at the Garden Center? IDA. Adv. * Vietnam (Continued From Page 1) hill late tonight. U.S. casualties have mounted to at least 239 dead and 822 wounded during the 19 days of fighting around the Dak To Valley. Although the North Vietnamese repeatedly drove off medical helicopters, five wounded men were lifted out Monday night. U.S. crewmen sped in and out of a clearing cut in the jungle growth and removed all the rest in a two-hour period today. This was the second most cost-: ly battle of the Viet Nam war! for American force. It. rivaled in intensity the 1965 fighting in the la Drang valley —also just before Thanksgiving ! in the central highlands—in : which 247 Americans were ! killed and 570 wounded. An estimated 1,200 North Vietnamese were killed then in a week of bloody fighting. i Brig. Gen. L. H. Schweiter, commander of the 173rd Airborne Brigade, said the North Vietnamese wore dug in so well Times Herald, Carroll, la. Tuesday, Nov. 21, 1967 Engaged . . . Mr. and Mrs. Norbcrt T. Bolster of Carroll announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Daniel L. Moore, son of Mrs. Genevia Moore of Scranton and Charley W. Moore of Grand Island, Neb. The couple has set Jan. 27 as the date for their wedding. 'Cellist and Accompanist Charm Audience Two young men, both 26, demonstrated Monday night that fine music need not be defined by age or time, and completely charmed the audience at Carroll High School auditorium in the second presentation otthe Carroll Concert Assn. series. Joel Krosnick, a professor of violoncello and concert 'cellist when he isn't teaching at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, was the star, playing strictly classical music and showing that it, too, may express a variety of moods, from sorrow to humor. His accompanist, Neal Safge is an accomplished concert pianist and studied at the Juilliard School of Music, as did Mr. Krosnick. Mr. Krosnick left Columbia University in his junior year to accept a post as assistant professor of violoncel lo at the University of Iowa Iowa City, before going to Am herst. He is a native of New Its Just Ducky! on Hill 875 the U.S. guns and three months, was jammed with' Haven, Conn., and started bombs couldn't hit their bunk- us railroad cars and three locomotives. U.S. Air Force F105 Thunder- ers. spurgeons GIVE HER Spurgeon's Own Famous Quality NYLONS Now 1 . Just in time for Christmas gift giving! Fine quality nylons made for us by one of the leading hosiery mills. The only difference is that we sell at much lower prices than national brands. Save now! Action Stretch Seamless for Perfect Fit These are the very favorite of hundreds and hundreds of women. The ladies on your list /ill like them, too! 3 pr. Boxed, 3.40 Micro Film or Plain Seamless A good fitting quality hose with built in run stops in both welt and toes. See 3 pr. new colors in this money saving style. Boxed, 2.55 99 PCR Sheer Seamless Stretch Hose They feel so luxurious, they look so rich! They'll make her feel beautiful. 3 pr. Shades for day and evening. Boxed, 2.85 Famous "Cantrece" Seamless Soft-finish nylon beauties that fit the leg as if made for it! Cantrece is to 3 pr. nylon what nylon is to hosiery! Boxed, 2.85 Money Saver Budget Seamless tj£> better hosiery for the money! Sheer, $£ll made. Pretty shades. Proportioned 3 pr. Igrigths for best fit. Boxed( 1>39 "YOU CAN ALWAYS CHARGE IT AT SPURGEON'S! "We're going to have to dig them out man by man," he said. studying the 'cello when he was nine. For the first section of the chief pilots, who flew through concert, he chose two contrast| heavy antiaircraft fire to ham- ing sonatas. The first by J. B. mer the yard, reported destroy- Breval, also a 'cellist, was a Over North Vietnam, U.S. ing 40 to 50 railroad cars. A sec- j more "elegant" type, beginning warplanes hit targets in the Ha- ond flight of pilots said the area | with a humorous, fast allegro, noi-Ilaiphong area Monday for, was engulfed with smoke and | followed by the slow adagio, the sixth consecutive day and ] dust, preventing further dam- j and concluding with a cheerful the U.S. Command announced two more U.S. planes were lost, one lo a Communist MIG21. One flier was missing. age assessment. Hanoi claimed 11 American planes were shot down Monday. The two announced by the U.S. This brought the total of U.S. Command were an Air Force combat planes announced lost; RF4 Phantom reconnaissance over the North to 751, including! plane whose two crewmen were 13 planes and 16 pilots since last rescued and an Air Force F105 Thursday. Thunderchief shot down by a The wounded trapped on Hill MIG21 northwest of Hanoi. The 875 near Dak To were part of the 173rd Airborne Brigade's 2nd battalion that had been battling Red troops on the hill since Sunday morning. U.S. spokesmen reported 71 Americans killed so far in the pilot of the Thunderchief was missing. It was the 29th U.S plane downed by a MIG. American fliers claim 98 MIGs shot down. U.S. pilots flew a total of 175 GIFT BOX with every three pair purchased We will gladly exchange wrong size hose after Christmas. , missions over North Vietnam battle for the hill, at least 20 of Monday lhe highest number of . . 1U , . them when a bomb from a U.S. strike /' in sev ° ral weeks of choice was he last movement i -__•!„ i i__ j i ^ — i- v ** VN -" J ** 4N*st*vi T\i* Vrtlf n,M Tc nHQ ITT'O nnan_ dancing rondo. The second sonata, young Richard Strauss' sixth work, shows that a young musician may show deep emotion in his composition. Strauss was a leader of the new German school which emphasized emo- t i o n a 1 strenuousness. In the midst of wildly happy tunes similar to his later production in the "Till Eulenspiegel's lus- tige Streiche" (Merry Pranks), he resorts to "crying" in almost cryptic sentiment. The young 'cellist executed the number with full feeling. After intermission, the first plane mistakenly dropped onto nortne ast monsoon weather, their position. Three companies of thei 173rd's 4th battalion joined, the 2nd battalion on the hill Monday night, but an assault to try to knock out the enemy guns driving off the evacuation helicop- Ray Vetters to Note 25th Year MANNING — Mr. and Mrs. ters was postponed for the time R, ay Vetter will celebrate their ~ :1 — — - -' J ! —• -—"•"•«'«-" Mrs. Schlorholtz is Speaker at Guild Guest speaker at the Novem-] She told of life in Pakistan am her meeting of Holy Spirit Worn- : of the people whom she and th< en's Guild Monday night in the Rev. Mr. Schorholtz have servec parish auditorium was Mrs. Al- in their missionary work. She fred Schlorholtz, who recently displayed a number of articles returned from the Presbyterian. and pictures brought from Pak- mission field in Pakistan. istan, and answered questions from the audience following hei talk. The meeting was attended by 125 Guild members. The evening began with a seven o'clock catered dinner in charge of the November Circle with Mrs. Jerome Goecke and Mrs. Loretta Pick as chairmen. Guests in addition Mfg gchlorholtz were tne - Tolkien Book i Reviewed for Newman Club Newman Study Club members were guests of the nuns of Holy Spirit convent in their liv ; i J£^^Tc^ a7d ing room Monday evening. A John Thomag flf Holy Spiri( . par . short business meeting conducted by the president, Mrs. Phil Poland, preceded the program given by Mrs. Cletus Windschitl. ish; Mrs. Art Diers and Mrs. Albert Hannasch. Fr. Lenz offered the opening prayer and Sr. M. Rochon gave the Scripture reading. Mrs. Ken- Before the introduction of neth Ebner) president, conduct- Mrs. Windschitl as reviewer of ed the rou ti ne business session, the book "The Fellowship of Mrs D i c k Wiedenfeld reported the Ring", members were giv- for the October Circle. "Charity" en name tags printed in "Elv- { was the su bject of a short talk ish" symbols. Mrs. Frank Rei-; given b y p r . Lenz. Mrs. James bold, of the program commit- wieland gave the D.C.C.W. re- tee, said that the names were port an d introduced the speak- translated by her son Patrick, er and a i so Mrs> Hannasch, who a student among thousands represented a group of women at [pursuing the logical develop- Arcadia who make vestments. ^ _ _ _ ___ iui __ ment of the fictional language slie dj sp i a y e d several of the pattern for first-class'mailing and of a mythical people living in vestments and exnlained how cnonlol Vionr111r.cr <Son^ to AHoo .. . .. . - .. , ., D . VCSU11C1IUO dHU CApmillGU HUYI Make this charming, 3-pe. set t delight baby and dress up his (or her) room. Everything's ducky! Embroider bib, pillow, make duck toy for shower. Christmas. Pattern 7479: duck 4 !l x 8"; pillow 12", bib 10" x 13". special handling. Send to Alice Brooks, Carroll Dally Times Herald, Needlecraft Dept. 235, Box 163, Old Chelsea Station, New York, N. Y., 10011. Print Name, Address, Zip, Pattern Number. First time! Jumbo 1968 Needlecraft Catalog — hundreds of designs, 6 free patterns (Includes designer sweaters) instructions Inside. Knit, crochet, embroider, 50c. Book No. 1 — Deluxe Quilts — 16 complete patterns. Send 50c. Book No. 2 — Museum Quilts — patterns for 12 quilts, 50c. Book No. 3 — Quilts for Today's JAvlng. New, exciting collection — 15 complete patterns,-50c. Book of Prize Afghans — Knit, crochet 12 afghans, 50c. Wa-tan-ye Event Held At Denison being while U.S. artillery and planes kept up their attacks. Attempts to reach the wounded men 300 yards from the crest of the hill by helicopter met silver wedding anniversary with an open house on Sunday, Nov. 26, at the V.F.W. Hall in All friends and relatives are with murderous volleys of North jnvited to attend the event to Vietnamese fire. At least 10 be held from two until four b£ dtabtoJ "I*"*- The coup,e requests no of the gifts. since the beginning bloody battle. wid-i-mr D&DCMTC The key strike in Monday's i VISITING PARENTS raids over the North was on the < Tll " eB H ™ ld New * Scrvlcft> Due Noi railroad yard and pe-! MANNING — Mrs. Roger troleum products storage area Hren and Kim of Albuquerque, six miles north-northeast of Ha-1 N.M., are spending ten days noi. A U.S. spokesman said the here with her parents, Mr. and yard, hit for the first time in Mrs. C. M. Johnson. from Dr. Zoltan Kodaly's unaccompanied cello sonata. Dr. Kodaly also was a young man when he composed this number, his sixth composition. During his lifetime he researched about 3,500 melodies of folk music in his native Hungary. This sonata, written in 1915, was a real showpiece for the versatility of the young performer Monday night. This piece takes the 'cello out of the drawing room of the 18th or 19th cen- ,ury, and into the concert hall or popular approval. Techniques besides bowing are prominent in this selec- ion, which emphasized Hungarian melody, rhythm and color. the booklaind of the "Trilogy of the Ring". In opening her review the they are made. Mrs. Ray Rieseberg received the door prize. Eleven members of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club attended a party celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Wa-tan-ye Club of Denison there Monday night. Also attending the 6:30 dinner in the Lutheran Church hall were members of clubs from speaker explained that "The j Dec. 18 was set as the date of Fellowship of. the Ring" is the • the Guild's Christmas dinner first book of the "Trilogy" writ-' ten by J. R. Tolkien, noted English theologist. She gave several reasons for the book's popularity, including its artistry, symbolism and imagery. Although the author disclaims it as an allegory, its natural philosophy of good and evil relates to experiences and leaves lessons, Mrs. Windschitl pointed out. She illustrated by reading several passages. Following her review Mrs. Windschitl led the discussion with the conclusion that it is an adult fairy tale written exquisitely for the common man. Sr. Antonissa, a guest, remarked that "The adult needs enchant- meeting. Mrs. Hall is Club Hostess Mrs. M. J. Hall was hostess to members of the Bridgettes Club and one other guest, Mrs. Robert Mosher, Monday evening in her home east of Carroll. High score prize was awarded to Mrs. Richard Happe; second, to Mrs. James Kratoska. Mrs. Hall served lunch following the bridge games. The club's Christmas party will be Dec. 7, with Mrs. Joe the discussion by quoting "Tolkien knows better than most, that the adult mind has, Fort Dodge and Manning. Spe-!" anything' * ^? at f r " eed ° f ,_ *•* *-* t J-nmtni*iYV ^Vi n *^ 4-1^ n 4- r\C 4-lt.rt rtt-i i IH cial guests were Edna Niemann, historian for the Association of Wa-tan-ye Clubs, service organization of business and professional women, fantasy than that of the child ... a greater need of consolation." Newman Club hostesses, Mrs. F. P. Collison and Mrs. PRETTY AND EASY are your steps in this new feminine pump. Fashion is evident in its rounder toe, low heel, smart peau de soie collar. And who would guess that such a lovely shoe could hide so much ease. The secret? Famous Red Cross Shoe fit I Black Smooth Black Patent LORETTE $15.99 This pioduct has no connection wtialever with The American Njtional Red Cross A short contrapuntal melody, a little sad, was Mr. Krosnick's next selection, Gabriel Faure's 'Elegie," a French composition written especially for this instrument. Next was David Popper's "Elfentanz" (Dance of the Elves), -also written by a cellist. He was first cellist of the Vienna Court Opera from 1868 to 1873, when he was only 25 years old. It is a fantasy, demanding technical ability. Concluding was a Chopin polonaise, written for cello, although Chopin was a pianist. This composition also was written by a young man — Chopin's third work. He was primarily a teacher and giver of concerts — but made his mark as a composer, especially of his native Polish dance, the polonaise. As an encore, the artist played an adagio from Bach's "Tocatta in C Major." This was rather an informal piece played in the slow, measured rhythm associated with Bach. The third presentation of the Carroll Concert 1967-68 series will be the Tucson Boychoir (Arizona) who will perform Thursday, Feb. 22. —B. E. STARLINE BALLROOM Thur., Nov. 23 Thanksgiving Nite • KIOA TEEN HOP 2 Bands UPSTAIRS PLAYGROUND & CLE SHAYS Fri., Nov. 24 By Popular Request Adults Only Don Hoy Sat., Nov. 25 Flippers and Mrs. Louise Brown, Di-j Edward Wieland, assisted by trict Two director. Both are from Fort Dodge. The Carroll delegation included Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, acting president; Mrs. Charles Kuhlmann, Mrs. J. C. Schwarzenbach, Ms. Kenneth Schwarzenbach, Mrs. Waldo McMini- mee, Mrs. H. F. Pfiester, Dorothy Grundmeier, Eleanor Stangl, Sally Prenger, Esther Juergens and Ethel Forrest. SALLY: Have you stopped at the Garden Center Gift Shop lately? It's the most! JUNE. Adv. uicu me auuu ueeus euunam-: .-, u «,,*/,..4.oiviin»» . ,, co. i i -u i j i i Graham entertaining, ment. She also contributed to ° 12th'n' Vine Group Meets The 12th 'n' Vine Club met Monday evening for bridge in the home of Mrs. James Lloyd. Mrs. Dean Fredrickson was winner of the high score prize; *—t\A TI l*X \4 II .L^*JlU.llUj lALJLJJhJ l,\s\* *J J 1 the nuns, served refreshments Mr f- , D oran Brogden .second; to the group. The next meeting, j an? ^Donald NoMmgJow. a Christmas party, will be at Mrs. Poland's home, Dec. 11. COUNTY BOARD MEETS The Carroll County Board of Education Monday night decided to join the Iowa Center for Research in Administration at the University of Iowa, Iowa City. The Board also author- The hostess used a Thanksgiving theme for her party, and served dessert and coffee after the games. •Mrs. Harold Van Der Weide will entertain the club next, Dec. 4. BREAKS ARM WALL LAKE — Cindy Reiter, 13-year-old daughter of Mr. and ized County Supt. Lyle 0. Ten-i Mrs. Kermit Reiter, spent old to attend the national ad- j Wednesday night in the Man- ministrators conference at At- ning hospital with a broken lantic City, N.J., next Feb. 1721. arm resulting from a fall at school that noon. Pre-Thanksgiving Late Show . . Wednesday, Nov. 22nd . . . "Eye of the Devil" Open at 11:15 P. M. Special Kiddie Shows Fri.-Sat. Matinee 2:00 P. M. "Three Stooges Meet Hercules" 50c Admission . . STARTS WEDNESDAY Shows Nightly 7 & 9:10 P. M Thanksgiving Day & Sunday at 1:15-3:15-5:15-7:15 & 9:15 P. M. Like "A Patch of Blue" and "Lilies of the Field", "To Sir with Love" has something special for Everyone! You cry and you laugh, but it's perfect from top to bottom! COLUMBIA PICTURES Presents SIDNEY POITIER in JAMES CLAVELL'S production of "TO SIR, WITH LOVE" AN PflRFPTC • QII7Y KFNI1AI I -THF " AN KuDtKIO ouLl I\LWUr\LL InD nnno intioducing JOHN R. SLOAN . **X%M£?* JAMES CLAVELL • TECHNICOLOR* " and "! (II II" From the novel b * intioducingLULU E.R.BRAITHWAIIE

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