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LINE UP FOR PLATES: Those with perseverance and determination to drive the "No. 1" car and truck in Carroll County arrived at 3 a.m. and earlier to wait for the Carroll County treasurer's office to begin selling 1971 Iowa license plates at 8 a.m. Tuesday. Louis Kroeger of Rt. 2, Carroll, hea…

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PLAN FUN-DO WITH FONDUE: Planning the fun-do way to entertain with a fondue pot are members of the Carroll County Home Economics Committee: (from left) Mrs. Robert Onken, Rt. 2 Carroll; Mrs. Hubert Hagemann, Rt. 2 Carroll; Mrs. Frank Reibold, Carroll; and Evelyn Holck, Arcadia. The public is…

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RECEIVE AWARDS: Receiving special recognition at the 4-H awards night and annual meeting Wednesday were, from left, Mrs. Lorenz Ahrendsen, Mrs. Virgil Genzen and Mrs. Paul Venner. For their outstanding service to the 4-H as leaders and committee members, these women received the Meritorious …

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NEW X-RAY UNIT SHOWN: Howard Johnson, R.T., demonstrates St. Anthony Hospital's new portable X-ray unit to Mrs. Claire Pudenz, R.T. The new unit is more powerful and will produce better-quality films.

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NUT SALE UNDERWAY: The nut product sale being conducted by Girl Scouts in Carroll and throughout the Lakota Council gets underway today and will continue to Dec. 5. Mrs. Howard Klahn, assistant leader of Troop 80 and nut chairman for Carroll, is shown with three of the young saleswomen: (fro…

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BREATHING MACHINE: Ron Henkenius, director of the Inhalation Therapy Department at St. Anthony Hospital and chief anesthetist, demonstrates one of his department's most frequently used pieces of equipment, the intermittent positive pressure breathing machine, with Mrs. Eunice Buchholz, super…

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MALL OFFICIALLY OPENED: Mayor William S. Farner and members of the Carroll City Council officiated Saturday afternoon at the formal opening of Westgate Mall, the first completed portion of the city's urban renewal project. Speaking briefly at the ribbon cutting, the mayor paid tribute to the…

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EVERY WEEK IS BOOK WEEK: Every week is book week at the St. Lawrence School Instructional Center (formerly the library), where books are augmented, but not replaced, by various auto visual aides and other instructional material. Here, the four sets of twins who are eighth grade history stude…

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4TH STREET CONSTRUCTION: A bulldozer operated by Kraco Construction Co., Sioux City, is shown preparing roadbed near the intersection of relocated Fourth Street and Clark Street in preparation for the paving machine. The completion of the relocated street, which runs on ground formerly occup…

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READY FOR HOLIDAY FAIR: Christmas is coming and the women of the Methodist Women's Society of Christian Service are ready to greet it with Christmas gift ideas and decorations at their Holiday Fair Bazaar to be held from 11 to 4 p.m. Thursday in the First United Methodist Church Fellowship H…

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BIKES FOR CHRISTMAS: A truckload of bicycles, 11 to be exact, should brighten some faces around Carroll come Christmas Day. The bikes, which were lost, discarded or abandoned and not claimed during the time they were at the police station, have been given to the Carroll Jaycees with the appr…

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OPENS IN MALL: Loehr's Jewelry is one of the stores that opened its doors on the Westgate Mall this week. The jewelry firm, owned and operated by Allen Loehr, will hold a grand opening Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Nov. 19-21. The ribbon cutting for Westgate Mall, the block-long, completely…

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FINAL STAGES OF REHEARSAL: The cast and crew are in final stages of rehearsal for "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie," to be presented Nov. 20 and 21 by the Carroll High School Drama Department under the direction of James Knott. Rehearsing for the picnic scene are (from left) Derrith Thomas (Sa…

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START NEW IPS BUILDING: Construction of a new Iowa Public Service Co. office building on the northeast corner of Eighth and Main streets got underway this week. McCorkle Construction Co., Sac City, has the $147,000 contract for the preformed concrete and glass building that will include offi…

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AT VET'S DAY DINNER: American Legion officials and their guest speaker, State Rep. Charles E. Knoblauch, are shown at the annual Veteran's Day dinner Wednesday night at the Legion Hall. From left: Dale Bernholtz, Eighth district Boy Scout chairman; Mrs. Bernholtz, Auxiliary president; Mrs. V…

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50 PCT. OF PLEDGE PAID: Mrs. L. A. Smith, president of the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary, presents Dr. Walter A. Anneberg, general fund chairman, with a check for $16,000, making the total the Auxiliary has paid to date $18,000 or 50 percent of their pledge. Dr. Anneberg said, "Any prepayme…

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ORVILLE BIERLS FIND CARROLL RELAXING AFTER LIFE IN BOSTON: Carroll's come a long way in 13 years, says Mrs. Orville Bierl, and she's in a position to be especially observant about the dramatic changes in Carroll's appearance. The Bierls lived in Carroll for two years, following their marriag…

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WHEE! RIDE ON FIRETRUCK: Carroll winners in the fire prevention poster contest were treated to a ride on a fire engine and a tour of the fire house Friday when Carroll firemen presented them with their prize checks. The lucky youngsters are (front, from left) Diane Tigges, Carroll Community …

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DELEGATES: Mrs. Frank West of Glidden (left) was chosen Nov. 5 as a delegate from the western half of Iowa to represent the Iowa Farm Bureau women at the triennial conference of the Associated Country Women of the World in Oslo, Norway, Aug. 9-19, 1971. With her are Mrs. Rex Strait of Keosau…

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BANKER IS 'KNIGHTED': Audubon Banker A. A. Kruse was knighted "Sir Albert of Audubon" in a ceremony at St. Paul, Minn. Kruse led a delegation of about 75 Audubon cattle feeders and businessmen on a one-day visit to St. Paul as the climax to Audubon's annual Operation T-Bone, which he origina…

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BATTLE FLAMES: Fire of undetermined origin destroyed the two buildings and the contents of the Waters Department Store on Fifth Street between Adams and Main streets. The first alarm was turned in at 6:10 p.m. Monday, and firemen were still on the scene at noon Tuesday keeping a watchful eye…

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SCHERLE IN COUNTY: Congressman William J. Scherle (R-Henderson), center, spent the final day before Tuesday's election campaigning in Carroll County. Among those on hand to greet Scherle in Carroll Monday morning were Raymond Ohde, left, of Manning, and Dr. Allen D. Anneberg of Carroll. Rep.…

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PUPILS ENTERTAIN: The Carroll Community first graders at Maple River, under the direction of Mrs. Don Severin, gave a musical production for the American Education Week program for their parents. Getting ready for the song plays "Little Red Riding Hood" and "The Pancake Man" are (from left) …

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SPURGEON'S NEW STORE: Spurgeon's, in business in Carroll for the past 21 years, formally opened a new store Thursday on the west side of Adams Street in the Urban Renewal project area. The building has been completely renovated and new departments added. Roger Haynes is manager.

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EDUCATION PROGRAM: Mrs. Linda Larsen, left, and Mrs. Helen Schwarzenback, both sixth grade teachers at Carroll Community Schools, gave the poster they prepared for American Education Week a last-minute check before it was placed on display in the cafeteria for Tuesday evening's Education Wee…

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ALL-STATE MUSICIANS: Kuemper music students selected for the all-state orchestra during tryouts Saturday at Denison are, top photo, (seated from left) Carolyn Schumacher, Denise Simons, (standing from left) Barb Ohde, Diane Reicks, Sarah Simons, Jean Renze, Mary Ann Simons, Sue Gradoville an…

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THE NEW VOGUE: The Vogue, ladies' ready-to-wear store, will hold a grand opening Wednesday, Oct. 28, in its new home in the Thomas Plaza across the street south from the Great Western parking lot. The Vogue, owned by Irene McDonald, formerly was located on Fifth Street in Carroll's central b…

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REHEARSE FOR 'LARK': Kuemper High School drama students shown during a dress rehearsal for Saturday and Sunday's production of Jean Anouilh's "The Lark," are (from left) Mark Balk (Agnes), Teri Vanderheiden (The Little Queen), Dan Quinn (Charles), Mark Vonnahme (The Archbishop), and Debbie V…

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WHAT FEUD?: There are reports of a feud between Congressman William Scherle and Gov. Ray, but the congressman's wife demonstrated her support for the governor as well as her husband during a campaign visit in Audubon this week. Mrs. Jane Scherle posed with placards for both Republican candid…

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SETS WEEK: Mrs. John Heider, vice president of the Carroll Toastmistress Club, left, and Mrs. John Clapper, president of the club, look on as Mayor William S. Farner signs a proclamation making the week of Oct. 25 to 31 International Toastmistress Week in Carroll.

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ADULTS REGISTER: Mrs. Richard Schwabe of Breda, right, helps one of a number of waiting students to register for adult education classes Monday evening in the Carroll Community cafeteria. Mrs. Schwabe is a member of the League of Women Voters and has worked on its Committee on Education.

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ARCADIANS REIGN AT BALL: Mr. and Mrs. Arden Hinners of Arcadia (center), rulers of the Elks 1970 Purple Ball, are flanked by last year's royalty, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Fleskes.

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PLAN 1970 ARC DRIVE: Planning the Carroll County Association for Retarded Children's fund drive before their kickoff dinner Wednesday night at the Farm Bureau building are (from left) Mrs. Frank West of Glidden, honorary chairman; Wayne Daniels, association president; Mrs. Virgil Baumhover, …

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BACK TO SCHOOL: Going back to school Wednesday in observance of National School Lunch Week at St. Lawrence were (from left) State Sen. Arthur A. Neu, State Rep. Charles E. Knoblauch Sr., Dr. Norman Schultz, president, and Mrs. Louis Macke, secretary, of the school board.

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GIFT OF KIWANIS: President Nixon accepts a bell-striking boat clock from Robert F. Weber, Detroit, president of Kiwanis International, in appreciation of the president's support of volunteer service organizations and of the president's former active membership in Kiwanis. The presentation to…

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OPENS IN MALL: William D. Keith was the first customer in Harry's Barber Shop, owned by Harry Harmeyer, when it opened for business for the first time Tuesday morning in a new location on Westgate Mall. The barber shop is the first place to open on the east one-half of the mall. Other busine…

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PREVIEWING THE FASHIONS: … they plan to wear at the Purple Ball charity event to be held at the Carroll Elk's Lodge Saturday, Oct. 17, are wives of lodge chair officers. From left: Mrs. Joe Dalhoff, Mrs. Jack Fleskes, outgoing queen; Mrs. Robert Badding, Mrs. William Hammen and Mrs. Jack Stangl.

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SHOWS WATERCOLOR: Mrs. Curtis Hofstad of Glidden shows one of the many watercolors she used to illustrate her talk "Art in the Home" Thursday afternoon at the Extension office. About 50 county women attended the program, sponsored by the Home Economics committee. Their next program, open to …

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REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES: Among the candidates attending the Carroll County Republican fundraising dinner at the Elk's Club Wednesday evening were (from left) State Treasurer Maurice Baringer, Mrs. Deah West, Glidden, candidate for a seat in the Iowa House of Representatives, Secretary of Agric…

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PLAN ART PROGRAM: Members of the home economics committee (clockwise from left) Mrs. Marvin Yeager of Coon Rapids, Tim Reever and Mrs. Harry Reever of Glidden, Bonnie Voss, Extension Home Economist, Mrs. Robert Onken and David of Route 2 Carroll, and Evelyn Holck of Arcadia made plans Tuesda…

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WORKING ON FLOAT: Carroll High School students are in a flurry of activity this week, preparing for Thursday and Friday's Homecoming activities. Here, a group of sophomore students are working on their entry in the Friday afternoon parade. Anyone driving past the high school building can see…

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Linda, Mrs. Ray Reicks, Mark and Mark K look over a 4-H Record Book.

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NEW SHOPPER SERVICE IN URBAN RENEWAL AREA: Mrs. Art Walker and Scotty try out the latest Carroll Chamber of Commerce service — an informational booth, located at Fifth and Adams streets, to deal with inquiries about new locations of businesses in the urban renewal project. Information is rec…

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This new shelter house in Albert Park in Audubon is a memorial to an 18-year-old youth who was killed in an auto accident last year. Audubon County Campers Club built the shelter house as a memorial to Alan Lee Christensen, whose parents, the Donald Christensens, are active in the group.

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KUEMPER TRAVELERS: The Kuemper High Patrol of the special Senior Scout troop making the trip to Mexico, Nov. 21, includes (front, from left) Kristy Hall, Paulette Broich, Mary Hagedorn, Deb Friedman, Jan Casey, Karen Schmitz, (back row) Sue McKone, Mrs. Harold Hall, Mrs. J. D. Casey, Cathy Q…

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CARRIERS HONORED: All of Audubon's rural mail carriers and parcel post drivers have been cited by the National Safety Council for driving without accidents during the past year. Postmaster Russell Bamsey (left) presents an "expert driver" award from the Council to Rural Carrier William F. Ma…

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TRACTOR CUT IN TWO: An Audubon man escaped without serious injury Friday, but his Ford tractor was cut in two when it was hit by a truck on Highway 71 at the south edge of Audubon. Warren McLeran, 70, was in fairly good condition at the Audubon hospital. The front end of his tractor is at le…

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10,000TH APPLICATION TO WED IN 115 YEARS: The 10,000th application for a marriage license in Carroll County came almost 115 years to the date after the first marriage license was issued in the county. Lora Bushman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bushman of Glidden, and Stanley Janssen, son …

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LITERATURE ON DRUGS: Mrs. Paul Haaf received some pamphlets on drugs and drug abuse from Don Jones, of the Center Pharmacy, after his talk on drugs Wednesday evening to a group of Jaycees, their wives and others.

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SALE DUCATS GOING WELL: Mrs. Joe Twit, left, and Mrs. Paul Cawley, chairmen of ticket sales for the St. Anthony Hospital Auxiliary auction Sept. 26 and 27 at the Arthur N. Neu Municipal Airport, report sales are going well. Tickets still will be on sale at the auction grounds, which open bot…

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USE SNORKEL AT FIRE SCENE: Carroll firemen utilized an Iowa Public Service Company snorkel ladder to reach the upper story of the Wernimont Building west on Highway 30, when fire broke out in an upholstered chair in the hallway of the Wernimont Apartments Monday afternoon. Shown in the windo…