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HIGH YIELD CONTESTANT: Don Jorgensen, Lohrville, one of the top contestants in the annual Carroll Kiwanis Club corn grower's contest, is shown on his farm near Lanesboro. From left are Don Roecker, Carroll, Jorgensen and Arbie Neppel, Carroll. Last year Jorgensen had a yield of 143.5 bushels…

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TICKETS FOR BREAKFAST: Roman Steffes, seated, Knights of Columbus publicity chairman, hands a packet of tickets for the KC sponsored breakfast to Kent Goldsmith, chairman of the Jaycee Christmas basket project, as Jaycee president Bob Kraus looks on.

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BOOK WEEK PROGRAM: A dress rehearsal for a special National Children's Book Week program scheduled tonight will be held in the Holy Spirit grade school library. The program at 7:30 p.m. in the school gym will feature skits, dramatizations, book reports, songs and dances in keeping with the b…

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PATIENT AIDS NEW HOSPITAL: Mrs. Verna L. Andrews of Glidden, a patient at St. Anthony Hospital, presents an afghan she made to Sr. Amata, representing the hospital's auxiliary. The afghan will be sold by the auxiliary at an auction during the Christmas season. The proceeds will go to the new…

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GOALS OF EDUCATION: Pupils at St. Lawrence School commemorated American Education Week and Catholic Education Week, Nov. 9 to 15, by constructing a large bulletin board to point out the goals of good education. Student Nora O'Leary (right) points out the proclamation to (from left) teachers …

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STUDENT SENATE MEMBERS: Presenting a panel for the Veterans' Day program at Carroll High School are (from left) Steve Crane, John Pringle, Steve Lane, moderator Roger Fuller, Sean Furey, Kathy Farmer and Roxanne Fryar.

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FORD GIFT TO SCHOOL: James Thielen, 24, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Thielen of Carroll, examines part of the automotive and tractor equipment worth approximately $9,500 that was presented recently to Western Iowa Tech in Sioux City by the Ford Motor Co. Pictured with Thielen are Richard Joha…

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RECEIVE RECOGNITION: Recently retired school board members and teachers of the Carroll Community Schools were given special awards at a program held at the high school auditorium Monday evening in observance of National Education Week. Those pictured are (first row, from left): Mrs. Clifford…

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BUCKBOARD IS DONATED: David Nieland (left) and Russell White, park custodian, try out the front seat of a restored buckboard that was donated to the Carroll County Historical Society by the M.R. Tan Creti family. The buckboard will become a part of the permanent historical display being deve…

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TESTS NEW SYSTEM: Howard Mortensen, an employee of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Company in Carroll, runs a check on the first electronic switching system in the telephone company's Council Bluffs area shortly after completing installation of the new system at the Crouse Cartage Company te…

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MAYOR SETS OBSERVANCE: Mayor William S. Farner, center, hands a copy of the proclamation he signed declaring the week of Nov. 9-15 as American Education Week to Robert Witowski as Mrs. Robert Richardson looks on. Mr. Witowski and Mrs. Richardson are co-chairmen of the American Education Week…

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"OPERATION DRUG ALERT": …by the Carroll Kiwanis Club, part of a national educational drive on drug abuse, was launched Wednesday night with Don Jones, center, Carroll pharmacist, as speaker. At left is "Alert" Chairman Bill Stickrod; at right, President Lou Galetich.

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DISCUSS DINNER: Clark R. Mollenhoff, deputy counsel to the president, and Iowa's Seventh District Congressman, William J. Scherle, discuss plans for the "Bill Scherle Appreciation Dinner" to be held in Harlan Nov. 8. Mr. Mollenhoff will be guest speaker at the Veterans Memorial Auditorium.

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MANAGING 'THE INN' IS A BIG JOB: From an ordinary one-family kitchen in her Des Moines home, Mrs. Ralph Mead became 'cook' for a hotel dining room, when she and her husband purchased The Inn at Carroll June 1. At first she had to manage and cook, planning menus, ordering and purchasing food,…

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POSTER WINNERS: Winners of the recent National Fire Prevention Week poster contest received cash awards. The contest was sponsored by the Carroll Fire Department. Among the top winners were these school pupils: First row, from left: Larry Rettenmaier, St. Lawrence; Larry Bertram, Carroll Com…

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CROUSE EMPLOYEE HONORED IN NATIONAL COMPETITION: Receiving an award of a plaque honoring him for outstanding driver of the month of August is Fred J. Golwitzer of Carroll. Fred competed with 5,000 other drivers of Allied Van Lines agencies all over the United States and Canada for the owner,…

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TRYING RIVER FOR SIZE: To test their theories of river behavior, University of Iowa scientists built this 120-foot-long model of a river. The researchers measure the effects of ripples and sandbars in the model under varying flow conditions, using information provided by an IBM computer whic…

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THOMPSON FUND CHECK: Jack Stangl, right, co-chairman of the Purple Ball, presents a check to Dr. Robert Langenfeld, exalted ruler, for the Gayle Thompson Memorial Fund being conducted by Carroll Elk's Lodge 1637. A total of $428.75 has been collected for the fund through individual donations…

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GOVERNOR IN CARROLL: Gov. Robert D. Ray was the featured speaker at the Carroll County Republican Women's fund raising dinner at the Elk's Club Monday evening. Among the distinguished guests present were, from left, Sen. Arthur A. Neu, State Treasurer Maurice Baringer, State Auditor Lloyd Sm…

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KEY PASS INTERCEPTION: Carroll's Steve Brechler (14) waits in vain in the end zone as Jefferson's Lou Cardin (20) picks off a pass on the goal line as teammate Jack DeWitt (4) looks on in Jefferson's 35-14 win over the Tigers here Friday night. The pass interception came at an opportune time…

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BECOMES A CITIZEN: Dr. Soo Hyun Nam, a member of the staff of St. Anthony Hospital, was granted U.S. citizenship in proceedings in a federal court in Fort Dodge Wednesday. A reception was held in Dr. Nam's honor at the hospital Thursday afternoon. On hand to help Dr. Nam celebrate the occasi…

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TO SPEAK: Gov. Robert D. Ray will headline the Republican Party fund-raising dinner to be held Oct. 27 at the Elks Club. One of the youngest men ever to be named governor of the State of Iowa, he will be introduced by Senator Arthur A. Neu of Carroll. Tickets for the dinner are available fro…

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PREPARE SEAL LETTERS: Girl Scouts of Troups 143 and 144 prepare the envelopes for the mailing of Christmas seals to 2,166 homes in the Carroll area. The seals are sold annually to fight emphysema, tuberculosis and air pollution.

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HONORED: A. Lee Anneberg, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul D. Anneberg of Carroll and an aerospace engineering major at Iowa State University, Ames, has been recognized by Engineers' Week for leadership in extracurricular campus activities. He was one of two students to receive an honorable mention.…

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QUEEN: Lanette Dahn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Dahn, reigned Friday as queen of Carroll Community High School's 51st annual Homecoming celebration. Elementary Coach Bill Evans holds the microphone as Queen Lanette responds to the cheers of her classmates on the courthouse parking lot, s…

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Groundbreaking ceremonies for the new Case Power & Equipment Co. building were held Thursday on the 10-acre site the company purchased three-fourths of a mile east of Carroll on Highway 30. The new building of steel and concrete will contain 10,000 square feet with a 30 x 72-ft. canopy s…

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NEW LOOK: Steve Moore, son of Mr. and Mrs. J.D. Moore of Carroll and new member of the University of Iowa Marching Band, shows off the new uniforms issued this year. Steve was selected after auditions prior to the opening of the Hawkeye Football season. Also a new member of the band is Mark …

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CHS SET FOR HOMECOMING The plumbing isn't out of order at Carroll High School, but some new facilities have been installed on the west lawn of the school. It's homecoming this weekend at CHS, and the outhouse is supposed to help provide spirit or something. Several grade-schoolers were exami…

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RECEIVING ADMISSION DEGREES: Of the Knights of Columbus Monday night were (left to right) Paul Brincks, Bob Overmohle, Leo Brincks, Wilfred Schneider, Jr., Ken Mueggenberg, Dennis Pietig, Dr. Mario Curbelo, Richard Heisterkamp, John G. Wagner, Harold O'Rourke, Wayne Halbur, Don Hansman, Tom …

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OFFICERS ELECTED BY FRENCH CLUB: Newly-elected Kuemper Catholic High School French Club officers, including (back, from left) Cathy Cawley, Marie Riebold, Teri Vanderheiden and (front) Ann O'Leary plan for their first French Club meeting.

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ASSIGNED: Airman Jerome H. Nepple, son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward P. Nepple of Templeton, has received his first U.S. Air Force duty assignment after completing basic training at Lackland AFB, Tex. He has been assigned to a unit of the Air Force Systems Command at Eglin AFB, Fla., for training a…

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NON-GRADED READING: Sr. Marguerite Bruening initiates with a group of first-graders at Holy Spirit School, the new non-graded reading program at the school. A sequential curriculum of concepts, skills and habits, free of artificial barriers such as grade levels and promotion dates, will enab…

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2 RENEWAL PROJECTS: Two projects connected with urban renewal underway in Carroll this week are the demolition of a substandard home and the renovation of the Lee Stores' building in the central business district. The Lee Stores' building is one of the many structures in downtown Carroll sch…

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ON WAY TO CALIFORNIA: A young Chicago couple, toting 46- and 26-lb. backpacks, paused Monday afternoon in Carroll on the second day of a hitchhiking trip to California. Freelance photographer Jim Holland, and his wife Debbie, who is a reporter for the Associated Press in Chicago, carry with …

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KUEMPER'S HOMECOMING: The prize-winning float was entered by the sophomore girls with the title of "In the Heat of the Knight." Homecoming festivities continue Saturday night with a football game against Sioux City East and the Homecoming dance.

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MOBILE UNIT: The Iowa Highway Patrol's mobile command and communications unit was on display here this week. Shown from left at side of huge semi-trailer are Maj. John Mahnke, Cpt. Dean Lewis and Lt. Robert Janett, members of the Highway Patrol, and Carroll County Deputies John Hays and Roge…

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HE'S GOING TO GET IT! The Audubon Future Farmers of America chapter Tuesday night raised nearly $800 in a "slave auction" after a public roast pig supper. Each FFA member was auctioned off to the highest bidder, pledged to work 8 hours for the successful bidder. The final "slave" sold — and …

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WORKING ON FLOATS: It's Homecoming, 1969, at Kuemper High School this week and the Kuemper students are working against a Friday afternoon deadline to get their floats finished by parade time. Senior girls and boys worked on their floats Tuesday night.

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PASTOR AND WIFE RECALL LIFE IN NORTH The Rev. Stanley W. Rosenau is the newly-installed pastor of Peace Lutheran Church at Glidden. His wife, Mrs. Stanley Rosenau, is pictured here. They previously spent eight years serving a dual parish in the bush country of Saskatchewan Providence, Canada…

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A cross section of the members of the Student Senate conducting their initial meeting includes: (front row) Lee Ann Pomeroy (secretary-treasurer), Kathy Swearingen (vice president), Teri Winchester, (second row) Roger Fuller (president), Steve Lane, (third row) Nathan Fair, Kevan Juergens, (…

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50 YEARS; NO MISHAPS: Audubon's three rural mail carriers have completed a total of 50 years of driving without an accident. The three carriers have driven about 1,123,000 miles on their mail routes, Postmaster Russell Bamsey reported Friday. Each has been honored by the National Safety Coun…

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COSTUMERS WERE IN ORDER: …for the final Ladies Golf Day at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday afternoon. Some asked to remain unidentified and there was no report on how the weird outfits affected the scores. In any event, the hippies, yippies, hillbillies, football players, track stars, off…

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MAYOR GETS FIRST HONEY: Grant Rehder, left, president of the Carroll Jaycees, presents Mayor William S. Farner with a jar of honey like the ones the Jaycees will be selling on "Honey Sunday," Sept. 28, as Project Chairman David Bryson looks on. Little Leaguers and Jaycee members will conduct…

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PLANNING 'MARATHON': St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary chairmen of the Bridge Marathon to be held in the next few weeks at the Carroll Country Club are shown making the scoreboard which will tally the winners each week. Left to right, seated, are Mrs. Vincent Koenig and Mrs. Robert S. Bruner; s…