Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa on November 27, 1967 · Page 4
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Carrol Daily Times Herald from Carroll, Iowa · Page 4

Carroll, Iowa
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Monday, November 27, 1967
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Miss McCoy Bride GoldenCirde OfWi lam Polki mg BREDA — Margaret E11 e n^ McCoy and William Glenn \ Polking, both of Washington, " D.C., were married Saturday afternoon, Nov. 25, in Havertown, Pa. Parents of the couple are Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McCoy of Havertown and Mr. and Mrs. Clem G. Policing, Breda. Courtesy for Mrs. Childs Mrs. William H. Childs of Ames was guest of honor at a postnuptial courtesy Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Douglas Drees in Carroll. She is the former Gwen A. Nolin of Ralston. Co-hostesses for the party were Sue Bentley of Carroll and Patty Miller, Ralston. The group of ten, all former classmates, spent the afternoon visiting. The bride's mother, Mrs. Karl Nolin of Ralston, joined them later when dessert, coffee and punch were served. Table decorations featured a miniature bride and bridesmaid dolls and candles in autumn g&ld. The honoree was presented with two gifts from We group. Mr. and Mrs. Childs were wed Nov. 20 in the home of the bride's parents. SOCIAL PRINTING Our invitations and announcements are always socially correct, perfectly produced STONE'S CARROLL, IOWA The double ring ceremony took place at 12:30 in Annunciation Church and was followed by a dinner and reception for 110 guests at the Drexelbrook Swim and Tennis Club. The Rev. T. Raymond Favret officiated at the service for which Daniel Tamaselli was vocal soloist and Mrs. Frank D. Bello, organist. The bride, given in marriage by her father, was attended by Mrs. James A. Byrne, Rosemarie Offaviane and Mary Duyer. Joseph Polking was the bridegroom's attendant; John Polking and Paul Polking, ushers. For her early-afternoon wedding the bride chose a gown of candlelight peau de soie, fashioned with lace sleeves and lace over the peau de soie from above the knees to the lower edge of the floor-length skirt. Her train was attached to the yoked back above the waist. The long-sleeved dresses worn by her attendants were of moss green velvet. Mrs. Polking attended Mercy Hospital Nursing School and has been employed by the Department of Public Health in Washington. She currently is attending Catholic University. Mr. Polking received his education from Catholic University and the University's Columbus School of Law, where his fraternity was Phi Kappa. He is employed by National Conference Catholic Charities as legislative counsel. The couple will reside at 9012 Breezewood Terrace, Greenbelt, Md. EUCHRE GAME MONDAY The euchre tournament which will be played at Holy Spirit Church with members of Holy Family Parish, Lidderdale, wil be held Monday night. The date was announced incorrectly in this week's parish bulletin. Group Meets Senior Girl Scout Troop 69 and guests visited the Women's Reformatory at Rockwell City Saturday afternoon. Several of the inmates par- icipated in a panel discussion n which they related personal experiences, telling of juvenile roubles, of their families, and of their reasons for being at the rteformat&ry. Following the irogram the group and their deader, Mrs. Donald Severin, were taken on a tour of the Buildings. The Scouts and their guests ncluded Paula Baker, Becky Slake, Lynn Eischeid, Debbie Jessen, JoEllen Severin, Kay m, Becky Nam, Sue Beck, Donna Anderson and Paula Severin. Scouts Visit Reformatory Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wright were hosts for the Saturday night meeting of the lolden Circle Club in the clubrooms at the corner of East Sixth and Maple Streets. Pinochle was played, with Mfrs. Joe Loeffelholz winning high and Mrs. Mamie Heider, second high, for the women; Lester Schleisman, high, and Ben Schenkelberg, second, for the men. Mrs. Vincent Ricke received the traveling prize. The hosts served lunch after the games. The club will hold its usual activities throughout the week. Final Bridge Event Nov. 30 The last daytime party bridge event for the year at the Carroll Country Club will be a guest-day luncheon at one o'clock Thursday, Nov. 30. Reservations should be made with the co-chairmen, Mrs. Frank Liewer or Mrs. Marvin Collison, by Wednesday noon. Personal Paragraphs Barbara H a n s e n returned Sunday to Chicago, where she is employed, after a Thanksgiving visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hansen. Smorgasbord Supper, Holy Angels Parish, Rosdlc. Sunday, December 3. Serving from 4 to 7:30 p.m. Adults $1.50, Children under 12, 75 cents. Adv. Mrs. Colette Bock had as guests for a family dinner in her home Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Hinners and Gunilda Hinners, Halbur; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Hinners, Diane and Randy of Laurens; Gilbert Hinners, Milwaukee, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Stein, Manning; and Mrs. Violet Hinners and son Daryl of Carroll. During the social aft e r n o o n Mrs: Bock showed slides she had taken on her recent trip to Europe; and lunch was served late in the afternoon. Give a Christmas gift of Crewel embroidery, new designs have been received at the Knit Shop. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Severin and daughters were guests for a post-Thanksgiving dinner Sunday in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Severin, near Guthrie Center. Among other relatives present was the men's mother, Mrs. Elmer Severin, of Guthrie Center. Dale J. Brincks, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Brincks of Carroll, has received his discharge and returned home after serving for two years in the Army. He has been stationed in Germany for the past 14 months. He has resumed his employment at P r e n g e r's Furniture. Mrs. Donald Badding and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Diers and family and Joe Badding, all of Arcadia; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Badding and family, Carroll; Cpl. William Badr ding, home from Great Lakes Naval Hospital, Great Lakes, 111.; and Sr. Janet, of Hojy Cross. Cpl. Badding returned to the hospital and Sr. Janet, to the convent at Holy Cross on Sunday afternoon. Knit a sweater or a dress in one day, with giant needles from the Knit Shop. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Baker and children of Cedar Rapids were holiday guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Wilke. She saw it at The Loft and has been talking about it all year. Why don't you buy it for her for Christmas? Adv. Mr. and Mrs. George Otto came home Saturday after a week's visit in Memphis, Tenn., with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Landgraf and children Terry and Todd. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Bedford had as holiday dinner guests Mrs. Ed Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. William Badding, Mr. and CARPET SALE FREE BUY NOW AND RECEIVE FREE GIFTS YOUR WHOLE FAMILY CAN ENJOY FOR CHRISTMAS WITH EACH BEDROOM CARPET A FREE ALL TRANSISTOR PORTABLE RADIO or ELECTRIC CARVING KNIFE— VERY BEST QUALITY Minimum 16 Sq. Yds. WITH EACH LIVING OR FAMILY ROOM CARPET A FREE SOLID STATE FM-AM CLOCK RADIO, FM-AM PORTABLE RADIO, OR EUREKA UPRIGHT VACUUM SWEEPER Minimum 30 Sq. Yds. Get your carpet now and enjoy it through the holidays for family gatherings, friends stopping by, or for just the pleasure of enjoying the luxury and beauty of our top quality carpets. No money down. Buy now and no payments till January. You can carpet a bedroom for as little is $3.22 per month. A huge selection of patterns and colors in every price range Hi-lo loop patterns, level looped tip-sheared, plush pile and shag patterns. All available in brilliant exciting colors. WITH EACH LARGE LIVING ROOM OR COMBINATION OF ROOMS A FREE EUREKA TWIN-POWER AUTOMATIC VACUUM SWEEPER Minimum 45 Sq. Yds. Schroeder's use and install nothing but the HEAVY WEIGHT 62-oz. sponge rubber padding at no additional charge. All carpeting or linoleum WILL BE INSTALLED before Christmas by factory trained craftsmen. No need for carpenters, plumbers, or movers. Our men cut off and rehang all doors, carefully remove and replace your furniture, and take care of all the plumbing problems in your bath or kitchen. Come in and browse around at the Nylons, Acrilans, Wools, and Polyester Carpets from Schroeder's where you know you have purchased the best, and where you receive the security of lasting beauty. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Boell, Mr. and Mrs. William Boell and family and Beulah Callaway, Carroll, and Mr. and Mrs. Roland Heuton and family of Glidden were in Des Moines Saturday to attend the evening performance of "Holiday on Ice" at Veterans Auditorium. As seen in the New Yorker Magazine and at The Loft! Choose from the Lauffer Collection and let your table be a simple clear statement of your taste, enriching each day for your family or guests. Arzberg China and Lauffer stainless steel. Adv. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hagge Jr., John, Lori, Dana and Kerrie of Cedar Falls were Thursday Thanksgiving dinner guests of the Harry Hagge Sr. family, and in the evening of Mrs. Hagge's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hamann. The Hagge family was joined Thursday noon by Mr. and Mrs Vernon Anthony and Ina Rae of Westside and Mr. and Mrs Gordon Anthony and son Scott of Park Forest, 111. All sizes of candles at The Garden Center Gift Shop. Adv Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Fischer, Linda and Lola and Mr and Mrs. Anton Broich spem Sunday in Des Moines, where they attended the baptism of Renee Ann Fleskes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fleskes. Also present was the Robert Fleskes' other daughter, Kimberly Kay. Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Gnam and children Carol, Martha and Billy left Sunday for their home at Denver, Colo., after spending the Thanksgiving holidays here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Gnam. Have you seen the table linens at The Loft? Dazzling table fashions for day to day living, instant magic for a table with many of them having an absolute flair for easy care. Fresh and Sparkling! Adv. Spending Thanksgiving and the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. ; D. A. Lamb were their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. i Robert Lamb and two children ; of Mt. Pleasant. SALLY: Have you stopped at the Garden Center Gift Shop Times Herald, Carroll, la. Monday, Nov. 27, 1967 Area Group Visits At Norfolk, Neb. (Times Herald News Service) DEDHAM — Mr. and Mrs. flerman Tunning and Leonard Tunning of Dedham and Mrs. Vlary Renze of Carroll visited 3en Tunning at Norfolk, Neb., Saturday. Twelve members of the local American Legion Auxiliary at;ended the county meeting at Manning Wednesday night. Mrs. Mathilda Meiners, Darryl, Dick, Louis and Emily drove to Omaha Sunday to spend the day at the Gene Beierle home. Mrs. Beierle is ,he former Delores Meiners. Attending a family dinner in the Vernice Sporrer home on Thanksgiving were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tunning, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Tunning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Tunning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tunning and family, all of Dedham, Bob Tunning of Clear Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Grossman and family. Mrs. Ann Roderick spent Thanksgiving with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Vasquez, at Des Moines. Social Ca endar Monday— St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary general meeting, Yule party; 6:30 p.m. potluck, nurses' gym Beta Sigma Phi, 7 p.m., Derby Restaurant Rebekah Lodge, IOOF Hall Toastmistress Club, Derby Restaurant T.E.G. Club, Mrs. Steve Garbier Tuesday— E p s i 1 o n Sigma Alpha, Mrs. Waldo McMinimee Chapter EB, P.E.O., Mrs. Howard B. Wilson STOP Club, 7 p.m., hospital staff room Entre Nous Club, Mrs. W. L. McConkie Friendly Neighbor Club, Mrs. Lidderdale AAL Reelects Officers The Lidderdale Branch No. 1488, Aid Association for Lutherans f AAL) held an election i meeting Sunday evening at Im- j manuel Lutheran Church, with > 82 members present. i All officers were, re-elected, 1 including Oliver Wenck, president; Erwin Harmening, vice president, and A. L. Daenzer, secretary-treasurer. Games were provided for children, and adults played cards, after which a lunch was served. During the business meeting, A. A. (Oje) Henning of Carroll described the benefits to members. The next branch meeting will be a supper Jan. 21. Coon Rapids Branch No. 1793 will have an annual election Sunday, Dec. 3, beginning with the oyster supper at 6 p.m. at Trinity Lutheran Church, Coon Rapids. Attend Graduation Events at Ft. Sill (Times Hrrald News Service) MANNING - Julie Monson and Linda Kasperbauer flew to Oklahoma on Nov. 20 to attend a pre-gra.duation party that evening and the Nov. 21 graduation exercises of the Officer Candidate Class at Fort Sill. Second Lt. Lonnie Kasperbauer was a member of the class. Others attending the commencement exercises were Lt. Kasperbauer's brothers, Capt. James C. Kasperbauer, Charleston, S.C.; Capt. Gerald H. Kasperbauer, Mesa, Ariz., and Lt. Patrick J. Kasperbauer, who recently returned from duty in Vietnam. Kathy Meiers of Manning also was a guest at the commencement. Santa Glaus will make his annual trip to Manning on Saturday afternoon, Dec. 16, when he will be escorted into town by the police department. Free candy will be distributed to all youngsters in the area on that day. Else Struve was hostess to the R-Gu-Not Club Wednesday, with Emma Bartels as a guest outside the club. Emma Schrum won high; Alice Schrum, second, Else Struve, low and Lola Livingston, traveling. Ed Lenz M.C.C. Club, Mrs. George Struve Jolly-ettes Club, Mrs. Joe Heller Jr. J.L.C. Club, Mrs. James Houlihan Tally-Hi Club, Mrs. Zen a 3 Becker Delta Dck Club. Mrs. Carl Hess Golden Circle Club bridge, 1:30 p.m. Wednesday- Little Flower Study Club, Mrs. Edward Rcardon County Democratic Women, 7 p.m., Pauline's Cafe Duplicate Bridge, 7:45 p.m., Tony's Restaurant G.T.O.B. Club, Mrs. Lillian Reinhart Q.N.O. Club, Mrs. Arthur Gute Wednesday Contract Club, Mrs. Mike Wiltrock High Bidders Club, Mrs. 0. J. Bernholtz Chit-Chat Club, Mrs. Ronald Riesbcrg Golden Circle Club euchre, 7:30 p.m. L.P.B. Club, Mrs. Jack Sanford Thursday— Guest day bridge-luncheon, 1 p.m., Country Club Clio Club, Burke Motor Inn Carroll County Republican Women, Manning Presbyterian 1 Church, 8 p.m. Eight O'Cbck Club. Mrs. Earl I Thompson 12-4-T Club, Mrs. Orville Rei- i man H. H. Club. Airs. Joe Ricssel- man Triple C Club, Mrs. Howard Drees N.B.C. Club, Mrs. Philip Renze i New Bidders Club, Mrs. Jerry ! Nichols Friday— F.L.C. Club, Mrs. T. B. Wills ' Golden Circle Club pinochle, ; 1:30 p.m. Saturday— Snow Ball dance. Country Club Golden Circle Club. 7:30 p.m. lately? It's the most! JUNE. Adv. Mrs. Mary Lane and son Dick, and Mrs. Mary E. You- rnans and son Chuck attended the Holiday on Ice Friday in Masonic 'All Council Day' Set Members of Cryptic Council No. 38, Royal and Select Masters, will host an "All Council Day," with members of other copncils assisting with degree work Saturday, Dec. 2, at the Masonic Temple. Calvin V. Wooters of Lake City is master of the local council. Degree work will begin at 2 p.m. with the royal master deg r e e , to be followed at 3 p.m. by the select master degree and at 4:30 p.m. by the first section of the super excellent master degree. The second section of the super excellent master degree will begin at 7:30 p.m. Local arrangements are being made by Clarence E. Barber, recorder. Elks Seek Area Service Addresses Names and addresses of all Carroll-area service personnel in Vietnam are requested by Carroll Lodge 1637, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks. The Elks Lodge wishes to send remembrances to the service people there and ask their families to notify the Elks Club, telephone 9160, after 3 p.m. Des Moines. They were joined at Lohrville by Mrs. Lane's sister-in-law, Mrs. Evelyn Seil. Mrs. Betty Eckard returned Sunday evening from Des Moines, where she spent the Thanksgiving weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Gilliland. Always plenty of parking available or call us and our friendly salesman will bring samples to your home and help you with decorating ideas and color schemes if you like. WANTED! MEN - WOMEN Tiggeses Host Pinochle Club The Lucky 13 Club had its first party of the season Sunday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Tigges as hosts in their home. High score prizes were awarded to Mrs. Leo Henrich and A. G. Schrad; high bid, Mrs. Kenneth Sanders and Mr. Henrich; low, Mr. Tigges and Mrs. Ann Schrad. Lunch was served. The club's next meeting will be Jan. 7 at the Ed Haubrich home. LUXURY SWUNG...tlVING ROOM COMFORT • Now Showing Top Attraction of 19671 COLUMBIA PICTURES Pfes'nts SIDNEY POITIER .n JAMES CLAVELL'S WODUC^S OF "TO sin, WITH LOVE'L TECHNICOLOR' I}-". Nightly at 7 & 9:10 Sunday at 1:15,3:15, 5:15, 7:15 and 9:15 P.M. SELECT FROM THESE FAMOUS MILLS Barwick Beattie Magee Monterey Downs roeder Phone 792-9449 611 North Main Across the Street West of Burke Motor Inn age 18 and over. Prepare now tor U. S. Civil Service job openings during the next 12 months. Government positions pay high starting salaries. .They provide much greater security than private employment and excellent opportunity for advancement. Many positions require little or no specialized education or experience. But to get one of these jobs, you must pass a test. The competition is keen and in some cases only one out of five pass. Lincoln Service has helped thousands prepare for these tests every year since 1948. It is one of the largest and oldest plrvately owned schools of its kind and is not connected with the Government. For FREE booklet on Government jobs, including list of positions and salaries, fill out coupon, and mail at once— TODAY. You will also get full details on how you can prepare yourself for these tests. Don't delay—ACT NOWI LINCOLN SERVICE, Dept. 31-3B Pekin, Illinois I am very much interested. Please send me absolutely FREE (1) A list of U. S. Government positions and salaries; (2) Information on how ito qualify for a U. S. Government Job. Name Street City ..... Age Phone State fD3B) Contest Winner— Congratulations to Mrs. Jerome Muhlbauer of Halbur, la., who was the winner of a new Speed Queen automatic clothes dryer being given away by the Witt Hardware Co. of Carroll during their recent "Count the Bubbles Contest" which was co-sponsored by the Speed Queen Corp. of Ripon, Wisconsin. Mrs. Muhlbauer is shown here receiving her factory warranty from store manager Fred Witt standing beside her new clothes dryer. Mrs. Muhlbauer's prize winning essay on "Why I want to win a new Speed Queen automatic clothes dryer" was selected by the judges from a group of 11 entries who tied by guessing the correct number of soap bubbles appearing in the October 25th issue of the Daily Times Herald. Other winners in the contest will receive their prizes by mail from the store. Both the Speed Queen Corporation and the Witt Hardware Co. wish to thank all those who entered their contest and for making this fall "Sale Bonanza" a huge success.

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