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IN SHOW AT JEFFERSON: Young Patrick Reibold at left, son of Dr. and Mrs. Patrick Reibold of Carroll, wore a "magic" velvet suit in the extension service fashion show Thursday evening at Jefferson High School, and had a bag of magic tricks to go with it. In the photo at right, Mrs. Leo Schuel…

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GIFT FOR AUCTION: Lou Galetich, Kiwanis president, stopped by the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary auction headquarters to present a $25 donation from the Carroll Kiwanis Club for the auction fund. Accepting the check are Mrs. Joe Twit, left, and Mrs. Paul Cawley, co-chairmen of ticket sales f…

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HONORED BY UNIT: Gold Star Mothers and Sisters honored by the American Legion Auxiliary Tuesday evening are (from left, front row) Mrs. Clem White, mother; Mrs. Dale Bernholtz, unit president; Mrs. Harry Kunecke, mother; (back row, from left) Mrs. Luverne Olberding, mother; Mrs. Carolyn Ludw…

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PLANNING CANVASS: Discussing plans for their Iowa Chapter Arthritis Foundation residential drive to be held tonight in Carroll are, from left, Tim Thorup, DeMolay Chapter Master Counselor; Pattie Hartzell, Rainbow Assembly Worthy Adviser; and Mrs. Gene Vincent, Rainbow Mother Adviser and dri…

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VIEWS PROJECT: Congressman William J. Scherle (R-Henderson), left, is pictured with H. J. Kienapfel, assistant urban renewal administrator, as he viewed one of the rehabilitation projects currently underway under Carroll's central business district urban renewal project. Congressman Scherle …

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SCHOOL SPEAKERS: Speakers at the Thursday evening School Board "Meet Your Candidates Night," sponsored by the Carroll County League of Women Voters, were, from left, Fred Witt; Les Perschau, incumbent treasurer; Mrs. Alvin Molitor, chairman of the League's voter service; James J. Kratoska, i…

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TOP STEERS: The top steer, pictured in the background, in the Iowa State Carcass Steer Show held in Carroll Wednesday evening was shown by J. J. Feldmann of Breda. Second place went to the Collison Brothers of Arcadia with the steer pictured in the foreground. Fifty-eight steers were exhibit…

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TOP BLOOD GOAL HERE: A total of 206 pints of blood were collected by the Red Cross Bloodmobile in their drive Tuesday at Yender (St. Lawrence) Auditorium. This topped their goal of 200 points. Mrs. Robert Saylor, local chairman, expressed thanks to all who helped with the project. Fifty-four…

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GOODIES FOR SALE: Mrs. John Hornberger, right, co-chairman of the Country Store for the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary public auction, shows some of the goodies already at Auction headquarters to, from left, Mrs. Robert Bruner and Mrs. Louis Nagl.

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WHERE 3 MET DEATH: A head-on collision between the cars shown here took three lives Sunday evening one mile east and one and three-quarter mile south of Manning. Killed outright were Dennis Beck, 18, Manning, driver of the car in foreground, and Melvin Snow, 36, and his mother, Mrs. Amanda S…

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MISS WORLD CONTESTANT: Jacqueline Jochims of Carroll is one of 50 entrants and will represent the State of Iowa in the 1971 Miss World U.S.A. Contest at Lake Tahoe's Kings Castle Hotel and Casino Oct. 2-4. The pageant will be televised nationally from Kings Castle Camelot Theater and the rei…

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PLAN FINANCE CAMPAIGN: Making plans for the finance campaign of the West Central Iowa Sheltered Workshop, to be held through Sept. 20, are (seated, from left) Mrs. Ken Ebner, Mrs. Robert Bruner and Mrs. Ron Schetchman, co-chairmen for Carroll. The children are Kim Collison, left and Mary Fra…

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MAMIE'S DONATION: Mayor William S. Farner dropped by the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary auction headquarters, on North West Street, to view some of the items which have already arrived for the auction Sept. 26 and 27 at the Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport. Mrs. Myron Johnson, who has been ve…

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TESTIMONIAL FOR GALETICH: Congressman John Culver (D-Cedar Rapids), second from left, was the featured speaker at a testimonial dinner for Lou Galetich, seventh district Democratic candidate for Congress, at the Elk's Club here Monday night. At speaker's rostrum from left are Cliff Larson, A…

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CHOICE BEEF FOR GRIDDERS: A 4-H steer shown at the Iowa State Fair by Dale Hinners, Manning, was donated to the Iowa State University training table by Jim Schaben, Dunlap. The steer was purchased by Ronald Stiltz, auctioneer from Dunlap, and graded high choice and dressed out 64 percent wit…

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IN-SERVICE CONFERENCE: In preparation for the opening day of school at St. Lawrence Monday, faculty members held in-service meetings Thursday and Friday at the school. Attending one of the sessions are, from left, seated, Mrs. E. Evangelista, Sr. Synesia Vaske, Earl Schiltz, Sr. Joelia Vogel…

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CHAMPIONS: Smiling after playing 27 holes of golf under a broiling August sun at the Carroll Country Club Wednesday were (from left) Mrs. William Blohm, Mrs. William Farner and Mrs. Edward Feld, winners of the championship flight in the Women's Golf Tournament. Mrs. Farner was in first place…

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NEW GRADE PRINCIPAL: Ronald Meals, new Carroll elementary school principal, and his secretary, Mrs. Donna De Bower, were busy Tuesday afternoon preparing for the teacher orientation sessions beginning Wednesday. Here, he is going over the tentative enrollment figures of 1,025 for the element…

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EARN STATE FAIR TRIPS: Eight Daily Times Herald carrier-salesmen will be guests of the newspaper at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines Sunday for having the highest business increases from among 70 carriers in the annual State Fair Contest. From left, back row: Terry Jenson, Steve Boes, Reggi…

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OPEN PART OF NEW MALL: The western section of Westgate Mall, with an entrance on Carroll Street, is open and the entire concourse is nearing completion. The heated and air conditioned mall now provides access to Sernett's Family Center, Coast to Coast, Fab 'n' Trim and the Hallmark Card shop…

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SEWER PROJECT: A workman for the Paul Lorenz Construction Co. of Ames climbs down a ladder into a 20-foot trench being dug just south of Fourth Street near Main. He is framed by a part of a big excavating machine that is digging the trench for a new city sewer line.

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WRECKERS ARE BUSY: A large clam bucket drops rubble into a waiting dump truck as a wrecking crew demolishes the old Carroll County State Bank building at the corner of Fifth and Adams streets to make way for the new Waters Dept. store. Workmen of the J. C. White Co. of Des Moines said two la…

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BURGLARS LEAVE LOOT: The burglars didn't get very far early Tuesday. Sheriff John G. Longnecker's office got a call that a truck had been stolen from the Victor Wendl farm on Route 1. A little later, a call came in from the Carroll Country Club that a break-in had occurred there. When office…

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SWANS AT SWAN LAKE: Swan Lake, southeast of Carroll, does indeed have swans. Here, two of the graceful birds forage for food. Although they may seem a bit camera-shy, they are actually searching under water for food. There are other wildlife attractions at Swan Lake State Park, including a z…

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HIGHWAY PROJECT: Highway commission workers pull away after removing a burlap cover from a set of signs along Highway 71 near the west overpass here. The signs, erected last week, reroute traffic slightly to the west while work is underway on resurfacing and repair of the road in and around …

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TWO NEW JAYCEES: Doug Drees, left, membership chairman, and Dave Bryson, president, congratulate the two newest Jaycees, Ron Henkenius and Dick Hurst. Both signed up at the Wednesday Jaycee meeting.

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SAFETY AWARD: Mayor William S. Farner and City Engineer Leo Clark look over an award of honor presented to the city by the American Water Works Association for safety. Others in the picture are City Clerk Art Gute, holding paper, and Andy Christiansen, chairman of the Community Relations Com…

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REPAIR PROJECT: Summer construction work is in full swing in Carroll. The project on the Carroll County State Bank on Sixth Street, however, is one of repair. Workmen of the General Excavation Co. and Berning Construction Co. had to break up the sidewalk for the south side length of the buil…

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TRUCK AND CAR CRASH: Passersby stop to look at an overturned grain truck and sacks of hog feed spilled on Highway 71 north of Carroll early Monday morning. The truck, driven by Ronald Simm of Cleghorn, overturned after a collision with a car driven by Richard Bachman of rural Auburn, the Car…

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FRIENDLY TOWN VISITORS HERE: Although Carroll's gray weather earlier this week put a damper on some of the plans made for children visiting through the Friendly Town program, it certainly didn't dampen their enthusiasm. The group, meeting on the courthouse lawn, includes (from left) LeRoy Jo…

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WORKING ON MALL: The covered mall in Westgate Plaza, which will provide heated and air-conditioned access to new stores in the urban renewal project here, is nearing completion. Here, workmen are busy on the Adams Street entrance. The mall extends straight through to Carroll Street.

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CARROLL PAINTER: Warren Morlan, self-taught Carroll artist, shows some of his favorite paintings. Morlan, manager of the Iowa Electric Light and Power Co. gas division office here, believes Carroll should have an art association to encourage more interest in this field. He served as chairman…

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DEMOLISH OLD HOME: Work began Monday to clear the ground for construction of the new Iowa Public Service Co. office building at the northwest corner of Main and Eighth streets. The house pictured here, formerly owned by the Anderson estate, was demolished. One of the oldest homes in Carroll,…

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T-BONE ROYALTY: Terri Jensen, 17, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Jensen of Audubon, has been named Audubon County beef queen and will reign over the community's annual Operation T-Bone celebration in the fall. Terri, who will attend Iowa State University, is shown (left) with her attendants…

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CO-ED GOLF RUNNERSUP: A pair of Audubon High School golfers won the runnerup trophy in the second annual Iowa co-ed golf tournament at Waveland course in Des Moines. Tim Ross, a junior, and Donna Stiles, a May graduate, shot a 174, one stroke back of the meet championship team. The tournamen…

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NEW CITY SWEEPER: Carroll's new street cleaning vehicle has been placed in operation. The new machine, smaller and more streamlined than the old one, is a replacement of equipment destroyed by fire at the city garage. The rotating brush sweeper can be seen at the rear of the truck.

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GRAND CHAMP: The grand champion market heifer was shown Tuesday at the Four County Fair at Coon Rapids by Mark Pudenz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pudenz of Glidden. Mark also showed the grand champion Carroll County steer.

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LANDMARK DISAPPEARS: A landmark in Audubon has disappeared. The ancient grandstand at the Audubon County fairgrounds, declared unsafe by fair officials, was destroyed by fire under the watchful eye of Audubon volunteer firemen. The old structure stood for 80 years in view of traffic on U.S. …

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LITTLE MISS SWIM POOL: Renee Dalhoff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dalhoff, was crowned Little Miss Swimming Pool at a banquet in the Starline Ballroom here Saturday. Laurie Topel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Topel, won the top individual crown, and Amy Hall, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Micha…

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JAYCEE SIGNUP: Dr. Lynn Curry, right, who was the Carroll Jaycees' newest member, recently signed Pat Moehn, left, to the club. Both men joined the organization to "become involved in community activities and to better the community." The Jaycees currently are holding a membership and retent…

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PARADE WINNERS: Winners in the kiddie parade, a feature of the annual Ridiculous Days celebration in Carroll Wednesday, are shown after being selected from approximately 300 participants. From left, standing: Danny Kokenge, Robby and Karen Thelen, Kathleen Fiedler, Tammy Marquardt, Douglas M…

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STREET NOW PARKING LOT: South East Street between First and Bluff streets has been converted to a parking lot for use by Holy Spirit Church and Kuemper High School. A number of motorists have forgotten that the change has been made and have proceeded to direct their cars up over the curb in …

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WILSON ACES GOLDEN ERA: Jess Wilson, Lanesboro banker shown second from right, notched his third hole-in-one in a long golfing career when he aced the third hole at the Carroll Country Club here Monday in the Golden Era tournament. Shown with Wilson are, from left, Verdis Hansen, Clem Determ…

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OPEN IN NEW STORE: The Carroll Coast to Coast store is open for business in both its new store, pictured here, and the old location on Adams Street. Elmer Friedman and Duane Taphorn, operators of the store, hope to be completely moved into the new quarters on Sixth Street by Aug. 1. The new …

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ANDERSON SHOE STORE: The interior remodeling project at the Anderson Shoe Store has been completed. The interior of the store is highlighted by dark wood paneling, shelves and overhead beams, set off with gold carpet. A new front was put on the building several years ago. The remodeling and …

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SUMMER PRACTICE: A band member's work is never done. To keep in shape, students in the Carroll Community Schools band have been practicing at Fairview School every morning since July 6. Band Director John Erickson explained this is a typical summer practice program. "We certainly appreciate …

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$1,100 FOR TREES: Mike Halbur and Janet Grundmeier presented a check for more than $1,100 to Russell White, Swan Lake custodian. The money collected by members of the 4-H Mod Squad in their "Dollars for Trees" drive will go into the conservation fund to replace Swan Lake trees destroyed by v…

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RUNNING IN RAIN: The Carroll area finally got a break in the long, hot dry spell Monday as drenching showers brought cooler temperatures Monday evening. A mere, but much needed, .9 inch worth of rain tumbled temperatures into the 60s. These girls are running to escape one of the showers.

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SURVIVORS REMINISCE: Iowa survivors of the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor get together at Elk Horn over the weekend to entertain national officers who are preparing for the organization's annual reunion. Appearing enjoying reminiscences are (from left) Clarence Pfundheller, Audubon; Henry S…

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DAIRYING OPERATION: Carroll County Extension Director Roland Lickteig, right, explains part of the operations at the Clarence Ludwig dairy farm north of Breda, which was one of the stops on the first annual Farm-Industrial Tour conducted in the northwestern part of the county Thursday. Other…

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CAR SAFETY PROGRAM: Participating in an auto safety demonstration here Wednesday were (from left) Robert Witowski, Carroll Community Schools driver education program director; Patrolman Dale Hanson; Rod Hansen, Jenni Severin, Instructor Jerry Rainforth, car drivers; and Ray Forsythe, safety …