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Times Herald, Carroll, la. Book Review lim .. „.„,,„, MmMllia . Is Presented :±!:.^ 4 :.^ 4 _...? At Wa-tan-ye Mrs. M. L. Collison, a guest at the monthly meeting of the Carroll Wa-tan-ye Club Thursday night, reviewed "The Autobiography of Miss Jane Pittman" by Ernest Gaines. The speaker was introduced by Mrs. Louis E. Anderson, who was in charge of the program. She said that Miss Pittman was born into slavery in Louisiana, and the story covers her struggles for racial equality. She lived to the age of 110 years. Cicily Tyson recently was awarded an "Emmy" for her portrayal of Miss Pittman in the TV movie. Marjorie Huelman, president of the business and professional women's group, presided at the 7 p.m. dinner meeting at the Derby. Hostesses were Mrs. John Beyerink Jr. and Mrs. Frank Fister. Table decorations included roses and daisies in low crystal bowls, flanked by lighted yellow candles. Esther Juergens, a charter member, was presented with a certificate of honorary VISIT IN CARROLL Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns and sons Douglas and Thomas of Indianola are expected to arrive today to visit at the James W. Wilson home over the weekend. Mrs. Burns is the former Ann Wilson. membership. The club's yard sale originally scheduled for this month has been postponed until fall. Dorothy Grundmeier won the draw prize. The next meeting will be held July 11 at the Derby. Mrs. Schoofs Honored By UCT Women The United Commercial Travelers of America Auxiliary No. 3 hosted a reception to honor Mrs. Louis Schoofs of Carroll, grand counselor of Iowa, Thursday night at the Farm Bureau building. A decorated cake in yellow and orange and a daisy, the grand counselor colors and flower, were on the serving table during the 7 p.m. potluck. After the dinner, gifts were presented to Mrs. Schoofs. Mrs. C. A. White and Mrs. Kenneth Bromert, who served as organist and vocalist, respectively, at the installation service in May, performed the grand counselor's songs "Love Makes the World Go Round" and "Make Someone Happy." Nine visitors from Storm Lake were present, including Frank Wilson, grand counselor of the state men's group. -Staff Photo Sr. Celesta Day Sr. Celesta Day was re-elected vice president of the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, whose motherhouse is St. Rose Convent. La Crosse, Wis., on June 13. Her term extends until 1978. Sr. Celesta received her RN degree from St. Anthony Hospital, BS from Viterbo College. La Crosse. and master of business administration from George Washington University. Washington, D.C. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl W. Day of Jefferson, Sr. Celesta is president of St. Francis Hospital board of directors and Villa St. Joseph Nursing Home board, chairman of the Pastoral Concerns Commission of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious in Wisconsin, and board member of St. Joseph Memorial hospital. Club Awards Weight Prize A woman who had reached her weight goal received a silver medallion at the STOP Club meeting Thursday night. Three new members joined the club and four others were re-instated. Ten members weighed in, with one's weight remaining the same, five gaining 12 pounds, and four losing IG'/z pounds. Do and Don't papers for the week were distributed. A door prize was awarded. Cemetery Unit Donates $500 ARCADIA — The Arcadia Cemetery Auxiliary voted to donate $500 to the Cemetery Association during the Monday meeting. Mrs. William Jentzen, president, opened the meeting with a poem "June Is." Devotions were given by Mrs. Henry Kasperson. The program was presented by Mrs. Louise Jessen, who read the poem, "Away Back When on the Fourth of July." Evelyn Hoick read an article pertaining to the early history of Arcadia. Others on the entertainment and lunch committee were Mrs. Kasperson and Mrs. Wayne Jans. Meetings will resume in September. JCPenney shirt and sleepwear sale ^ Remember Dad Sunday June 16th. Sportshirt sale. Save on a selection of short sleeve styles for men. Sale 3 15 to 11 20 Reg. 3.98 to $14. A great selection of knit and woven sport shirts for Dad. Find polyester & polyester/cottons in fancy patterns, plaids, stripes, & solids, in casual & tailored looks. Sizes S, M, L, XL. Sleepwear for men at a big 20% savings. Sale to 6 38 Reg. $5 to 7.98. Men's pajamas in pullover or notch collar styles. Short sleeves or long in polyester/cotton. Choose prints or solids in sizes S, M, L, XL. Sole prices effective thru Sunday. Catalog Phone 792-3524 STORE HOURS: 9:00-5:00 Mon., Tues., Thurs., Sat. 9:00-9:00 Wed. & Fri. 1:00-5:00 Sunday Plans Wedding ... Mr. and Mrs. Norbert L. Janning of Lidderdale announce the engagement of their daughter, lone Ann, to John Koster, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koster of Breda. The couple plans to be married Sept. 14 at Holy Family Church, Lidderdale. Indian Dancers To Highlight DayCamp The appearance of the Indian Dancers of Ft. Dodge will highlight the "Big Pow-Wow" Brownie-Junior Day Camp at the east side shelterhouse at Swan Lake next Thursday, June 20 at 7 p.m. In costume, performing authentic Indian dances, their performance is open to the public. Day Camp for Carroll Girl Scouts commences Monday, June 17 at the east side shelter of Swan Lake. Some transportation is available at the schools at 9 a.m. Drivers are limited. Girls are encouraged to provide their own transportation, Mrs. William Heller, neighborhood chairman said. Girls and helpers should furnish their own sack lunches and drink on the opening day. Meals will be provided for the rest of the week. Girls are asked to supply their own handbooks, pencils, sit-upons and back packs. Halter tops and sandles are not to be worn, Mrs. Heller said. Those staying overnight will return at 7 p.m. each day, after closing ceremonies at 3 p.m. Those remaining Wednesday evening will return home at 10 a.m. Thursday, as camp activities are altered due to the Indian Dancers evening performance. Campers will be working on pow-wow badges, cookery, camera, rambler, health aid, gypsy and archery badges. Time schedule for the week is as follows: Monday through Wednesday 9:30to3p.m. Thursday 2 p.m. to 7 p.m., Indian Dancers 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. Friday 9:30 to 3 p.m. Shower Held at Swan Lake A miscellaneous shower honoring Carol Schmitz was given at Swan Lake Thursday evening by Kris Hall of Carroll and Darlene Hansen of Fort Dodge. The honoree was given a corsage in lavender, her chosen color. Games were played and refreshments served before she opened her gifts. Miss Schmitz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alver Schmitz of Carroll, will marry Paul Sondgeroth, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sondgeroth of Coon Rapids, on June 21. Eleven Are Confirmed at Audubon AUDUBON — Eleven members of the ninth grade communicants class were confirmed and received first communion in Sunday services. The class included Phil Bergman, Rick Petersen, Joel Owen, Karen Siedelmann, Brenda Barnes, Debbie Tessman. Frankie Wiges, Meladey Hansen, Laury McLaughlin, Gayle Paske, and Cyndy Cramer. The Rev. Andrew Hofer is pastor. Manning Scout Day Camp Set MANNING — Plans are being made for the annual Manning Girl Scout Day Camp to be held June 17 to 21. The theme this year will be "Action." Brownies will be busy with hikes, songs, games, and some crafts. Juniors will be working on the Gypsy and Foot Traveler badges. All Girl Scouts who have registered for Day Camp should have received a letter containing emergency procedures and camp regulations. Anyone who did not receive a letter should contact Mrs. Jerome Halbur, day camp director. Emergency procedures have been worked out for day camp with the Manning fire department, city police, Manning doctors and the hospital. Any scouts wishing to stay overnight on Monday should come with permission slip at sign-in time on Monday. —Paige and Wandel Photo Semi-Finalist . . . Kathy Heffernan, 16, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. James Heffernan of Carroll, is one of 40 semi-finalists in 'Teen magazine's International Teen Princess Contest. Her picture appears in the magazine's July issue. Miss Heffernan will be a sophomore and captain of the cheerleaders this fall at Carroll Community High School. She has been a cheerleader for two years. ON DEAN'S LIST Anna Mae Mayer, daughter of Mrs. Verna C. Mayer and the late Leo A. Mayer of rural Carroll, was named to the spring semester dean's list at Viterbo College, La Crosse, Wis. She maintained a 4.0 grade point average. Miss Mayer, a Kuemper High School graduate, is a junior majoring in music at the college. Wahlert Goes Over Goal on Fund Drive New Officers Elected by Pateo Club Newcomers Pateo Club elected officers for the coming year at its monthly dinner meeting at Tony's Restaurant Thursday evening. The slate is headed by Mrs. Jerry Nichols as president and also includes Mrs. Merle Stevens, vice president; Mrs. Walter Liechti, secretary; and Mrs. Darwin Peterson, treasurer. Twenty members attended the meeting in the Fireside Room, where tables were decorated with travel mementoes. Tallies were in the shapes of states. Mrs. Dean Fredrickson and Gayle Schleisman were the table committee. The door prize was awarded to Mrs. Richard Luchtel. Bridge prize winners were Mrs. Clarence Menke, high; Mrs. Lester Riesberg, second; and Mrs. Harvey Fleshner, low. Pateo's next meeting will be held at Tony's on July 11, with Mrs. Hilbert Koenig and Mrs. W. H. Rust as the table committee. PORKETTES TO MEET The Carroll County Porkettes, an auxiliary of the Carroll County Pork Producers Association, will meet at the Carroll County Extension office at 8 p.m. Wednesday, June 19, president of the group, Donna Kennebeck, said Friday. Mrs. Kennebeck said any person interested in promoting pork products is invited to attend the meeting. DUBUQUE, Iowa (AP)—A Dubuque Wahlert High School fund drive has exceeded its ' goal of $1.5 million, according to The Most Rev. Francis Dunn, Auxiliary Bishop of the Archdiocese of Dubuque. He said $1,529,939 has been raised in cash and pledges and more funds are expected. The funds will be invested and the proceeds used to defray operating costs. Wahlert is the largest private high school in Iowa with an enrollment of 1,858 students. It was founded in 1959. HAVE A HASSEL or Just Need To Talk Call TOLL FREE 1-800-432-4165 Courtesy of General Electric Carroll Calendar FRIDAY— Golden Circle pinochle SATURDAY— St. Anthony Alumnae Nurses banquet, 7 p.m., Elk's Club Golden Circle MONDAY— Past Matrons picnic, 6 p.m., South Side Park open shelter house TUESDAY- Legion Auxiliary Gay Nine T's, Mrs. William Arts Jr. High Bidders, Mrs. James Wieland Community Club, Mrs. Louis Bueltel Pla-Mor Club, Mrs. E. H. Rosenbaum H.N.H. Club, Mrs. Donald Diers Golden Circle bridge WEDNESDAY— Golden Circle euchre CARROLL BRAW" i™ fc i o i NOW THRU SAT. June 12-1 * V but watch out forthe • • • •*** ._ .__<•• ^IJIJIJIJIJIB jeuvw^^l ( CARROLL i2 V THEATER - CARROLL + L : SUN., MON., TUES. June 16-18 7:00 & 9:00 SUN. AT 1, 3, 5, 7, 9 P.M. WED., THURS., FRI., SAT. June 12-15...Starts at Dusk I George Glendal Segal Jackson IRTbuch Of Class] CARROLL OftlVE-IN — CARROLL SUN., MON., TUES. June 16-18...Starts at Dusk OPEN WEDNESDAY & FRIDAY NITES TILL 9-SUNDAY 1 to 5 CLOSED Father's Day Sunday, June 16 BIERL'S FURNITURE PARKWAY CARPET . . . DRAPERIES Eail of Corroll They'll give you fast-fast-fast relief!) - e< V i^Hm ^r^iir*« IRI EXORCISM! THE DEVIL'S NIGHTMARE PLUS CO-HIT NO. 2 "THE NIGHT CALL NURSES" AND [HI THE DEVIL CRISIS! IN THE DEVIL'S GARDEN C A P RI LAKE' CITY laRONALDNEAMEdlm ENDS TOMORROW "The Sting" 7:00 1 9:00 STARTS FRIDAY Thru June 19th "THE POSEIDON ADVENTURE" Eves, at 7:00 & 9:00 Sun. Matinee Once at 2:00 P.M.