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Creston News Advertiser (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Creston, Iowa A a Jerk Nufi Rebekah Honor 50 6? 25 year members la a role two Royal Rebekah received 50-year jewels and three were honoured for 25 years in the Lodge at the regular 7 30 . Meeting Friday at the roof Hall mrs. Flossie Eddy Noble grand pinned mrs. John Moffitt s jewel and mrs. Edwin Powers pinned a jewel on her sister mrs. E. F. Haight of Ellston. Mrs. Eddy mrs. John Coleman and mrs. Walton Swanson the 25-year members were honoured by mrs. Bernice Kingery vice grand. Refreshments were served by mrs. Axel Nelson and her com Mittee. The tables were attractively decorated with bouquets of fall Flowers. Calendar saturday Spaulding pushers 4-h club 2 to 4 ., mrs. Leo Walsh take completed record Book. Rummage Sale 9 . To 5 ., congregational Church. Miscellaneous Shower honouring Melody Williams of Lori Bride elect of a la Randy Black 7 30 ., United methodist Church in Shannon City. Sunday Good Fellowship class hard time party 7 30 ., at Ruth Smiths. Public reception for ass student Susanne Grenaae 7 to 9 ., presbyterian Church. Gun and dog auction by Clarke county Coon hound assn., 1 ., Clarke county Fairground lunch on grounds. Smorgasbord at legion Hall in Kellerton 11 30 . To 2 ., sponsored by american legion and auxiliary. Demo lays meet at 10 15 a. M., presbyterian Church to attend services in a body. St. Johns Mission festival potluck dinner noon Parish Hall take table service. Monday Buffalo feed 7 ., following Union county beef producers Sale eagles Lodge open to Public. Auction of Buffalo head at 9 30 . Hospital auxiliary 9 30 a. M., first National heritage room general meeting film and talk on shrines paediatric and bums hospitals by v. R. Roberts. Creston woman a club 2 p. M., or. Charles Gratto of Ames to speak social hour first United methodist Church. Priscilla club 2 ., mrs. F. T. Herrmann. Golden Circle auxiliary 8 ., mrs. Glen Tucker Prescott. A pcs Circle lesson leaders 9 30 ., United methodist Church. Tuesday Lincoln Pat 8 ., school gym or. Larry Goetz to speak on a sex Zeta Iota chapter 8 ., mrs. Phil Garland. Birthday pals mrs. Roy Schofield. Vesta chapter masonic Temple honouring warder and Sentinel. La to b of it 1 30 ., Library mrs. E. J. Clink and mrs. Carl Dowell hostesses. Ars poetic 8 ., mrs. John Siegfried. Progressive Chautauqua Circle 2 ., mrs. Dave Seckington. Cd of a 7 . Dinner meeting and a bake less bake Sale c c c school Hall. Owca Council mrs. Gerald Van Arkel. Baptist mariners progressive supper 6 30 . Jolly time club 1 ., 101 e. Adams. Children a hour 10 30 ., 101 e. Adams. Trim tops usual time and place. Rest White at Kings cafe in Kent study club mrs. For Creston 2 . 50-year members mrs. E. F. Haight of Ellston second from left and mrs. John e. Moffitt receive 50 25-year members receiving recognition were mrs. John Coleman left mrs. Walton Swanson and mrs. Flossie Eddy. A news advertiser photos. Elzevir meet with mrs. Crosser wednesday demo lays 7 30 ., masonic Temple. American legion auxiliary 8 ., elks club mrs. K. Moore and mis. Emma Reed hostesses. Tops of am., 603 s. Stone. Tops Way liners 101 e. Adams weigh in 7 to 7 30 p. Fwd club mis. Delbert Burch. Lincoln neighbors club 2 p. M., mis. Clyde Hartman. Wing club 1 . Luncheon at Winterset reservations to mrs. Mel stauffer by oct. 13. Myn club mis. Clyde Standley. Church women United Board 9 ., congregational Church parlor. Kent b c club mrs. Charles Erickson. Cwt Circle 7, 8 ., Christian Church. Elzevir Reading Circle meeting Friday afternoon with mrs. Larry crosser enjoyed a Book review by mrs. Bill Baldwin. Sixteen Active members and an honorary member were present. Mrs. B. J. Gamertsfelder vice president was in charge of the meeting. A Strong minded women quot by Louise r. Noun of Des Moines was the Book reviewed by mrs. Baldwin. She noted that mrs. Noun is chairman of the Iowa civil liberties Union and has held offices in the league of women voters at state and local Levels. The Book traces the Hopes disappointments and accomplishments of a Small band of idealistic Iowa women in their fight for w Oman suffrage. It attempts to throw Light on the National history of the movement by examining the movement As it developed within one state Iowa. Mrs. David Ekblad reported on the District federation meeting held at Winterset oct. 1 mrs. Baldwin presided at the Tea table from which refreshments were served. I Beta Psi to sponsor so Iowa Hobby show i Beta Psi chapter of Beta Sigma Lii sorority is undertaking its second ways Means project of the fall. Mrs. W. Klindt chairman reported at the meeting thursday night that the chapter will sponsor the Southwest Iowa Hobby show from 9 . To 8 ., nov. 6 in the basement of the former Christian Church. The chapter met with mrs. Richard Aring Dale with 16 members present. I Beta Psi and Zeta Iota chapters will be hostesses for the nov. 4 visit of the Redcross Bloodmobile a the congregational Church. Mrs. Clarice Raymond introduced by mrs. Roland Peterson spoke on quot the end of is the wife of the Rev. J. William Raymond pastor of the Salem lutheran Church and is a teacher in the Creston Community schools. Quot we like to talk about the beginning of life and life itself quot mrs. Raymond said quot but we do not like to talk about death. Yet from the time a l is bom he is going toward one told an anecdote in which she had experienced a personal testing of Faith. She also spoke about the nine principle religions of the world. Group discussion followed. Personals or. And mrs. A. F. King left for Denver colo., today following a visit since monday with or. And mrs. Guy Heflen or. And mrs. Bernard Russell and or. And mrs. David 1 Ekblad and family. Office will be closed fri., oct. 16 thru oct. 22 will re open Friday oct. 23 Pennebaker chiropractic clinic Corner of Townly i thy 25 Croton Iowa phone 782-5216 Canada observes thanksgiving Day on the second monday in october. Parma it Pkt a Mike your Wagon kmvi5i0n to Ink Oloff a Para vex i it Cal of year Rebekah jewels from mrs. Edwin Powers left mrs. Flossie Eddy Noble grand. Jefferson frolic a big Success the Jefferson school frolic was a huge Success Friday evening despite the weather. Two cake walks were held one for children the other for guppies found new Homes As a result of the carnival they were a prizes quot in the big game room. The general store was full of the usual goodies and the spook room and animal w Alk were hits with the children. Door prizes drawn were a pen and Pencil set or. Richard Wilker Bow and Arrow set Bonnie Powell barometer set Drexel Schrodt cleaners gift certificate mrs. De novy stereo records Debbie Bryant mrs. J. R. Carlson and h. C. Harrison and a tool set Brad Larkins. Up general meeting features Book review mrs. Kenneth Petznick reviewed the Book a soul sister quot by Grace Halsell at the general meeting of United presbyterian women at 8 . Thursday at first presbyterian Church. The author describes her experiences As she darkened her skin by medication and lived with Black people in Harlem and later in Mississippi the Book review is reported to have been most interesting and Well done. Mrs. R. Hollen presided at the meeting which opened with prayer by Rev. Dale Cunningham. Plans were made for the 6 30 . Reception to be held 44 couples at Peppy stepper Square dance guest couples numbering 32, from Diagonal Orient Grant City mo., Afton Richland Lor Imor Ellston Corning Fontan Elle and Prescott Joines 12 Peppy stepper Square dance couples and five teenage dancers at the regular Square dance Friday night in the basement at 110 North Oak Street Paul Callahan of Crescent called the dances. Or. And mrs. Loren Benedict and or. And mrs. George Foster were the Coffee committee. Rick Larimer of Des Moines w ill Call for the halloween dance at the same location at 8 30 . Oct. 23. Or. And mrs. Lowell w Illets and or. And mrs. Kenneth Bauman will serve refreshments. At the Church sunday in Honor of Susanne Grenaae of Copenhagen Denmark american Field service Exchange student at Creston Community High school. Miss Grenaae is residing with the Kenneth Myers family. Mrs. Petznick presided at the Tea table arranged by the evening Circle committee which served refreshments. Mrs. Glenn Bryant mrs. C. D. W Ilson mrs. Viva Peterson and Jennie Belle Mcfee. Postal auxiliary elects officers mrs. Alden Peterson was elected As president of the postal auxiliary at the Friday afternoon meeting at mrs. George Christensen s. Mrs. Oren Jeter and mrs. Rex Harmon were elected As vice president and Secretary treasurer respectively. Mrs. Harold Cochran conducted the meeting in the absence of the retiring president and vice president eight members were present and two children. A birthday card for mrs. Charles Lichty s 90th birthday was signed. Games were played. Mrs. David Christensen will be hostess at 1 30 . Thursday nov. 12, which members w ill note is a Day Early. Six secretaries of state later became presidents Jefferson Madison Monroe John Quincy Adams Van Burean and Buchanan. Most men want to love her one Man wants to kill her James Stacy me trocolor open at 6 45 shows 7 00 amp 0 30 sunday thru tuesday sinday at �?~2 00 4 05 6 10 amp 8 15 week Days at 7 30 st. John s women s group has review of plans for part plans for the fall birthday Beethoven pastime club enjoys varied program thirty people attended the pastime club meeting wednesday afternoon at the neighbourhood service Center and enjoyed a varied program. The meeting opened with group singing accompanied by mrs. Clair Boyd. Mrs. John Moffitt and mrs. Bert Miller were the program committee a picture quot the land we love quot was shown. Mrs. Otha Wolfe read a poem entitled quot autumn Harvest quot and mrs. John Moffitt read one entitled quot Golden mrs. Harry Harvey accompanied Lester Ruckman on the violin and Bert Dady on the Harp. There were no october birthdays but there were 10 members present who a i been married More than 50 years. Mrs. Emery Strong is chairman of the november program committee. Cookies summer beverage and Coffee were served. Quot Beethoven biography of a Genius quot by George r. Marek was reviewed for ladies literary Circle Friday afternoon by mrs. Dale Cunningham. The club met at the Rural Home of mrs. Frank Ide with 17 Active members and a life member in attendance. Mrs. James b. Harsh vice president presided. Mrs. Steve Stults of the program committee introduced mrs. Cunningham. Marek s Book which Marks the 200th anniversary of the birth of Ludwig Van Beethoven is a bout the Man As a human being. The author carefully examines the influence of the violent social cultural and political ideas of the Day and explores Beethoven s relationship to his family erratic behaviour with his friends and publishers and great personal tragedy of deafness a1 28. A Friend of Beethoven wrote the following Eulogy quot he fled the world because in the Depths of his Loving nature he found no Means by which to Deal with the world. He dwelt alone because he found no second self. Yet to the end his heart beat for All men. Thus he was thus he died thus he will live till the end of mrs. Cunningham presided at the attractive autumn Tea table during the social period. More society on 4 Page party for All women of st. John s United Church of Christ were completed at the women s Fellowship meeting tuesday afternoon at the Parish Hall. The party is to be held at the Hall at 2 . Wednesday oct. 21. Women whose birthdays fall in the first half of the year will be hostesses. The women s group will Host the annual Mission festival potluck dinner sunday noon at the Parish Hall. Those attending Are to take their own table service. Following devotionals by the pastor Rev. A g. Bratzel mrs. John Boll educational chairman read a group of poems. Mrs. Ethel Bagley missionary chairman read items about education in the schools of South India and mrs. Edith Wareham read an appropriate poem. Mrs. Paul Schroder was in charge of the business session. Mrs. Grace Juergens was hostess for the Day. Swec office education club to hold wig show the office education club at southwestern Community College career education division will sponsor a wig show at room 220 next thursday afternoon. The show will begin at 1 . And will be open to All students and women of the Community. There will be no charge for admission. Wigs for both Day and evening Wear Are to be shown. 2cmston news adrift Tim sat. Oct. 10, 1970. Up evening Circle meets the evening Circle of the first United presbyterian women met wednesday night with mrs. Gerald Lonnecker whose co hostess was mrs. Aldwin Hudson. There were 15 members present. Mrs. Virginia Olsen was a guest. Quot Blest be the tie that binds quot was the opening hymn by the group. Jennie Belle Mcfee conducted the business meeting. Mrs. Lonnecker gave the Bible study on the topic quot two mrs. Hudson read article quot one great hour of sharing quot from presbyterian life. Mrs. Kenneth Petznick offered prayer for missionaries. Crestwood club has 1 1 present mrs. Elsie Ramsbottom entertained the Crestwood club sept. 30 with it members in attendance. Mrs. Paul Mahn conducted the business meeting. Roll Call was answered with summer vacation news. Mrs. Frank Hanson received the hostess prize. Plans for the oct. 14 meeting have been changed As to the place. The club will meet at the Home of mrs. Marion Thompson not at the first National heritage room As previously scheduled. Driver Dave Kelley Springville has an enviable record of driving a milk truck Over 22 years without an Accident. He averaged 50,000 Miles a year which adds up to Well Over one million Miles. This valuable gift is yours free the pure Silver Eisenhower commemorative you can to get from the . Mint just for opening a Blue chips savings account of As Little As $200 or adding $200 to your present Blue chips savings account. The Eisenhower pure Silver ingot is a treasured Keepsake that will continue to grow in value. It is 25 Grams of .99 pure Silver. A protective Case Shields its proof finish from Wear. Its a priceless gift of unique historical significance. Let us make you this wonderful gift just for opening a Blue chips savings account of $200 or adding $200 to your present Blue chips account see us soon. 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