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Carroll Daily Times Herald (Newspaper) - September 28, 1970, Carroll, Iowa Newcomers Patio picnic attracts 100 approximately 100 newcomers and Patio club members and their husbands attended the a plus joint picnic saturday evening at the East shelter House at Swan Lake Park. Following a 6 30 social hour a catered Chicken supper was served. Entertainment featured Bingo for which Carroll merchants had donated prizes. Mrs. Brent Andrews was chairman of the committee which also included mrs. David Schroe Der mrs. Merl Pruett mrs. Tom Underwood and mrs. James Matan from newcomers mrs. Richard White mrs. Jerry Shields mrs. Joe Determan and  mrs. Roy Olson from Patio. Joe Kohorst Are honoured Arcadia the 45th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Joe Kohorst which occurred sept. 22, was celebrated at a family dinner party saturday. Attending were or. And mrs. William Lawler and daughters and or. And mrs. Fenton Lawler and daughters Westside or. And mrs. Vernon Kohorst and sons Arcadia and or. And mrs. Earl Schechinger of Adams Minn. F i h free film 9 j with each order of develop Raing and printing of Black b King and printing or clock a w. And White or Koda color film. R 20% off 0 j on developing and printing r m of slides and movie film. 4 Ernett \ family Center a d of slides is time Hera Carroll logo monday sept. 28, 1970 personals every tuesday and thursday free instructions in crafts at Todd s. This week we will work with making Clever gifts from egg crates and we have All the materials for you in Stock. No charge for instructions 1 to 5 . At Todd s in Bierl s Parkway furniture at the East Edge of Carroll on Highway 30. Adv. College courses to be offered adults the adult education advis Ory committee announced Mon Day further opportunities for adult continuing education. It is possible for anyone with a High or. And mrs. L. E. Amunson and son Patrick of York neb., left for their Home sunday after visiting in the Home of her brother in Law and sister or. And mrs. John Ragaller and family. Mrs. Amunson and son had spent last week Here and were joined by or. Amunson for the weekend. Things a litle Dull. 792-4858. Adv. See Harvey oct. 3 and 4. Adv. Zella Daeges of san Francisco calif., spent the weekend Here visiting her brother Leo Daeges and mrs. Zita Hulsebus at the Daeges Home. She was in route from Milwaukee wis., where she had attended a week Long convention of Northwestern Mutual insurance company. David Daeges who spent the weekend with his father took miss Daeges to the Omaha Airport sunday and then returned to the University of South Dakota at Vermillion. Democratic oktoberfest Arcadia legion Hall sat. Klober 17. Adv. Things a Little Dull Call 792-4858. A. Cd meeting Templeton court sacked heart no. 454, Catholic daughters of America will meet in sacred heart Church basement Here thursday oct. 1, at 8 . Dog chapter has opening meeting Here Alpha Delta chapter of Delta Kappa Gamma society for teachers opened the 1970-71 year in Carroll saturday with a 12 30 no hostess luncheon at Tony s restaurant. Mrs. Lewis Gruhn of Denison new president presided at the afternoon meeting. She succeeds mrs. Albert Andresen of Manning who was Given a past president s pin in recognition of her work As president for the last two years. The presentation was made by another past president Rena Liddell of Denison. The chapter received an invitation to attend the installation services of the newly formed Beta Kappa chapter at Greenfield oct. 3. Plans were made for the group to make a trip to West Bend oct. 4. The chapter was presented with a Book volume ii our heritage which pertains to recent activities of the Delta Kappa Gamma organization. For the program mrs. Lillian Clancy of Manilla moderated a panel discussion of self evaluation. Carroll members attending were mrs. Colette Bock mrs. Edward Reardon and Frances Dolliver. Helen Jeffrey was present As miss Dolliver s guest. The Carroll group acted As hostesses for the meeting. The table Centrepiece was an arrangement of Flowers from mrs. Walter Arreberg s Garden. The october meeting will be in conjunction with the state meeting in Des Moines. School diploma to take College courses for credit in the local communities. Iowa colleges and universities through their Extension services will Send a College instructor to Carroll to teach a course for graduate or undergraduate credit the credit from such a course can apply toward desertification of a teaching certificate toward a master s degree to begin study for a College degree or for personal fulfilment. If there is sufficient demand a course will be offered next semester in Carroll. Anyone interested in enrolling May Contact mrs. Frank Reibold mrs. Ronald Schechtman or mrs. Homer Skinner indicating the area of interest. Mrs. Stangl is honoured by auxiliary unit Maurice Dunn unit no. 7, american legion auxiliary entertained at open House sunday afternoon from two until five o clock at the legion Hall honouring mrs. Vincent p. Stangl of Carroll As 8th District auxiliary president. About 80 persons attended Many others sent messages of congratulations. Mrs. Stangl a member and past president of the local unit and past president of the county auxiliary Heads 95 units in 14 counties comprising 8th District and earlier this month presided Over her first District meeting at Livermore. In the receiving line sunday with mrs. Stangl were her husband and their four daughters Kristi Carolyn Kim and Kathy and mrs. Dale Bernholtz As local unit president. Guests were registered by mrs. Earl Berns mrs. John Beyerink or. Was in charge of a gift table. Cadillac 1971.the new look of leadership in every respect All nine of Cadillac s magnificent models Are totally new in looks. Body contours Are Crisp and classic. There is greater Glass area. A new lower door Sill design permits easier entry and exit. They Are also new in luxury. A new instrument panel Jis so designed that All gauges Are positioned or canted for easy Reading. There Are new lower profile seats con poured to make a full Day s drive a relaxing reality. There is new Cadillac performance too. The smoothness and quiet must be experienced. And All Cadillac v-8 engines will perform on the new no Lead Low Lead fuels. Your authorized Cadillac dealer invites you to see and drive the Brilliant new Standard of the world. You la discover that leadership has never before been so elegantly presented. Engaged. Announcement is made of the engagement of Susan Marie Edwards daughter of or. And mrs. Raymond d. Edwards of Omaha neb., to David r. Stool Man son of or. And mrs. Donald d. Stoolman of Lidder Dale. The wedding is planned for 7 ., dec. 18 at st. James Catholic Church Omaha. The Bride elect is a senior at Nebraska methodist Hospital school of nursing Omaha her Fiance is an ism Programmer at Union Pacific Railroad also in Omaha. Eldorado 1971.world s most elegant personal cars in the Eldorado Coupe and convertible Cadillac presents two completely new and distinctive automobiles. With their new longer wheelbase the 1971 Eldorado ride with Superb new smoothness and quiet. There Are individual touches such As the jewel like standup Crest and the new exclusive coach windows on the Coupe. The convertible now the Only luxury convertible built in America comes equipped with a new inward folding hideaway top that provides greater rear seat room. With a combination of front wheel drive variable ratio Power steering front disc brakes automatic level control and an 8.2 litre v-8, Eldorado performance has never been so rewarding. Surely these Are the two most excitingly luxurious automobiles in the world of personal motoring. The totally new Fleetwood Eldorado by Cadillac. Kim in motor car division see the new look of leadership at your authorized Cadillac dealer s tomorrow refreshments were served from a table entered with an arrangement in auxiliary colors Blue and Gold and red candles in White Hobnail holders. Mrs. Herschel Tryon mrs. O. M. O Connor and mrs. C. A. White poured Coffee at intervals while at the other end of the table Junior auxiliary members Nancy Hoffmann Jane and Karen been Holitz dipped punch. Other table appointments featured poppy Centrepieces and candles. Among those attending were mrs. Stangs Brothers in Law and Sisters or. And mrs. Ouie slay Haugli of Stuart or. And mrs. Carroll Lupardus Guthrie Center mrs. Louis Tribulato of Omaha and mrs. Fred a. Porter jr., Council Bluffs and two nephews Joel Slaybaugh Stuart and Michal Slaybaugh Council Bluffs. As a special tribute to mrs. Stangl in Honor of her sept. 26 birthday mrs. Bernholtz announced that the local unit had surpassed its 199 membership quota by two making 201 now belonging to the nation s largest patriotic women s organization. Being stressed this year Are americanism and Courtesy to the United states Flag. Coming events for the auxiliary include a county meeting tonight at Manning a rummage Sale this weekend the Junior auxiliary s instal Dation meeting oct. 6 and the unit s regular meeting oct. 20. Eight tables of pinochle or. And mrs. Vincent Ricke were hosts at the saturday night meeting of the Golden Circle club held at the clubroom. Eight tables of pinochle were in play with mrs. Margaret Ferneding and mrs. Elizabeth Augustine winning High and Low respectively for the women Harry Laurinat and Vincent Ricke High and Low for men. The travelling prize went to mrs. Bertha Hesslingh. Prescriptions Cost less at your drugstore Don t pay High prices whenever you need a prescription filled. Come to us for prompt service at less Cost . We re always prepared to serve you try us phone 792-2805 Carroll Rettenmaier drug store masons Honor Lodge veterans in Centennial about 170 masons their wives and guests attended a dinner saturday at the first United methodist Church in Carroll concluding the Signet Lodge no. 264, . & . Centennial Celebration. The Rev. Everett Epperson of Onawa spoke on masonry in the holy land following the dinner. He showed slides involving masonry and told How masonry had opened doors for him. A Folk singing group from Carroll High school provided the entertainment. Special recognition was Given to or. Stanton l. Sherman of Carroll and Clarence Bas Ler of California Signet Lodge s two oldest members. Or. Basler was unable to attend. Five of the Lodge s 17 50-year members were introduced or. Sherman g. Smith Thomas Ralph d. Mccord j. W. Hills and or. Guy s. Jones. Charles Kuhlman. Worshipful master of Signet Lodge introduced Theodore Zacharias of Ackley grand master of Iowa who introduced the other 11 grand officers present. They were Doyle Champion Deputy grand master Clark Miller senior grand Warden George Craig Junior grand Warden Keith Arrington senior grand Deacon Roy Jerome Junior grand Deacon Charles Jackson grand Secretary Tom Eggles ton Deputy grand Secretary Howard Hines senior grand Steward Arnold Zajicek grand marshal l. E. Winfrey grand chaplain and w. L. Robinson grand Tyler. Robert Van Horn of Glidden past grand treasurer was also present. Signet Lodge past masters present were Louis Akin 1930 Roscoe m. Fiscus 1931 Merrill Rogers 1950 f. F. Gruber 1951 Verdis Hansen 1954 l. B. Mcfee 1956 Melvin Ohde 1958 Roger Haynes 1963 William s c h a e f e a 1966 Roger Hansen 1967 and Gene Vincent 1969. Current Lodge officers were also introduced. A f i f t h generation member Paul l. Akin was introduced. This family began its membership with i. N. Griffith a charter member of Signet Lodge and the first mayor of Carroll followed by Ethan Akin Rev. L. L. Akin and Robert l. Akin. The 6 30 . Dinner was served by the women s society of Christian service with mrs. William Blohm and mrs. C. D. Calendar monday i Gamma i chapter Virginia tharnish county legion auxiliary Manning Toast mistress Joe s executive club Rebekah Lodge roof Hall double four club mrs. De pie Tig st. Mary s Guild Willy 8 . Tuesday entre Nous club mrs. Guy Jones tru Pettes club mrs. Thomas Collison . Club mrs. Leonard Bromert Golden Circle Bridge Stop club 7 ., Standard farm Center Pla mor club mrs. W. R. Macke wednesday . Rally Lidderdale 9 . Registration . Glub mrs. Fred Wint Houser h. G. Club mrs. Theodore Pott Hoff . Club mrs. William Kuker chit Chat club mrs. Glenn Heithoff duplicate Bridge 7 45 ., country club. Thursday Clio club presbyterian Church Undercroft Beulah country club mrs. Waldo Mcminimee Jaycee ettes Rusty Wilkins in charge of the Kitchen and mrs. Allen an Neberg in charge of the dining room. Appointments for the head table included a Centrepiece and two smaller bouquets of glads and Gold and Bronze mums featuring the masonic Emblem. Side tables also decorated by mrs. Gene Vincent had Bud vases of single Bronze mums and greenery and gourds and Indian Corn. Zacharias spoke at the 4 30 . Reception saturday at the masonic Temple. During the program for members Only the grand officers were Given grand honors by Signet Lodge. Zacharias spoke on youth participation in support of masonic members. Surgical patient Arcadia Frank Jentzen of Arcadia who has been at the Manning Plaza nursing Home for three weeks e n t e r e d the Manning general Hospital last tuesday afternoon and underwent surgery there thursday morning. He is in room 107 and is reported to be in satisfactory condition. Audubon dedicates Alan Christensen memorial shelter Audubon dedication of the newly built asian Lee Christensen memorial shelter House in Albert Park was held at 2 . Sunday. Principal speaker for the dedication ceremony was the Rev. G. N. Miller of the Audubon seventh Day adventist Church. The Audubon Community school music department provided music. Special guests in addition to mayor h. T. Barnes and members of the City Council were state officers of the Iowa state association of the National campers and hikers. James Mullenger president of the Audubon county travellers camping club also indicated that a Large number of out of town campers Are expected to spend the weekend in Albert Park As guests of the Audubon campers. In addition to the dedication ceremony on sunday afternoon the local campers hosted a pot Luck dinner sunday evening. The thought of building a memorial shelter was first voiced by Alan s Mother mrs. Don Christensen was fatally injured in an automobile Accident in 1969. Such a though seemed without reality until the local campers club indicated an interest in helping with the idea. The Audubon county trav lers Are Rich in willing workers Mullenger said but very Short on ready Cash so Money making projects were the first order of business. A food stand at the Audubon county fair got the fund started Mullenger said. Then followed two Lindholm horse Sale food stands. Largely As a result of these three ventures the City of Audubon received a much needed shelter House in Albert Park. Even of greater importance the local campers club members will know the satisfaction of helping to make a Mother s wish come True Mullenger pointed out. The permanent memorial for use of campers and picnic groups which was presented to City officials on sunday is a Structure valued at $5,350. 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Free with every fabric Purchase 3 Ball Point Needles for stretch and knit fabrics. 1/3 off original Price on All Singer scissors and shears on special Lush coloured trims peasant braids and fringes. Up to $7 off original Price on singe dress forms. Special notions. Bobbin boxes tape measures yardsticks More. 47 4 each. Special fashion shows to see guest editors to meet demonstrations to enjoy at selected Singer centers. Call for details. The Singer 1-to-36 credit plan lets you have these a tips fight now within your budget. For the address of the store nearest you see White pages under Singer company. Singer what new Jar tomorrow feat Singer today

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