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ONE THAT GOT AWAY: This young man in the 12-to-16-year-old class took first possession of a greased pig in the Agarama contest Thursday night at the baseball park. In order to win the pig, he had to carry it to a waiting pickup, but the pig was too slippery and was able to break the grip. Ra…

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COOKING SCHOOL: Grace Kerr, Ankeny, right, representing the Iowa Dairy Industry, took charge of the Agarama cooking school Wednesday afternoon at the First Fellowship Hall. Mrs. Kerr demonstrated and talked about more than 15 recipes to the 200 women present. With Mrs. Kerr is Mrs. Hubert Ha…

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TOP STEER: Ronnie Pick, Breda, shows his steer that won first place in the on-the-hoof carcass judging Tuesday night at the Carroll sale barn. The judging was part of the Agarama festivities, which started Tuesday night and will continue through Thursday night. The animals were taken from th…

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CANCER AWARDS: Awards of appreciation were presented Monday night at a meeting of the American Cancer Society chapter at the Standard Farm Center. Pictured are (seated, from left) Mary J. Berger, crusade chairman; Mrs. C. E. McIlvain, memorials chairman; (back) William Arts Jr., manager of t…

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GOLFER, 90, IS HONORED: Frank Sampson (center) was presented a plaque during Saturday night's mortgage-burning ceremony at the Audubon Country Club, recognizing the 90-year-old golfer's loyalty to the club. At right is Club President Loyd Lewis, and left is Joe Heebner, who golfs regularly w…

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EARLY VOTERS: Voting was proceeding at a brisk pace early Friday as Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ricke left the booth in the third ward precinct after casting ballots in the special election calling for issuance of $600,000 in bonds to finance the construction of a new Carroll community center housi…

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'OPAL' PROPERTY CREW: Taking a long list of items and turning it into usable and period properties is the job of the people pictured here — Carroll Community Theater's property crew for "Everybody Loves Opal." Some of the "dump-type" props required for the play include used tea bags, battere…

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'A LONG WAY': A highlight of this year's Holy Spirit Women's Guild Fashion Show will be fashions from years gone by, underlining the show's theme, "You've Come A Long Way Baby." The show, under the direction of Mrs. Raphael Wolterman and Mrs. Richard O'Tool, co-chairmen of the September Circ…

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FUN AT ARCADIA: The annual Arcadia Labor Day celebration was not an adult-only affair. As with any celebration, coin tossing was a main attraction for the younger set. The jubilee was sponsored by the Ehlers and Gerken American Legion Post 694, but many of the stands were manned by Arcadia youths.

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SEIZE MARIJUANA: Hemp weed, the plant that produces marijuana, was found in abundance somewhere around Audubon last week by four Connecticut men who told authorities they were "on their way to California." But Deputy Sheriff Ed Dermody stopped to check the van being used by the men and notic…

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ANCIENT PUMPER: Andrew Kasperbauer, assistant works administrator and volunteer fireman, works a hand water pump used in fighting fires during the early 1900s. The old pump is stored in the city hall basement and is used in public relations activities for the fire department.

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DOG DUPLEX: Dick Hartzell (left) and Jerry Wilson display the duplex dog house they finished building this week. The house was built for Wilson's two dogs, Lady, in the picture, and a pup yet to come. The house was scheduled to be complete with rain spouts, but the builders decided against i…

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COMPUTER AIDS PUPILS: A mini-computer is part of the formal education of second graders at Holy Spirit School. The computer set, constructed by Sr. Josephine Schoemann during studies at a six-week workshop in primary reading and math at Marillac College, St. Louis, Mo., will accommodate eigh…

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SILO FIRE: Carroll firemen Joe Webber, at top of the silo, and Dale Sease, halfway up the silo, work to extinguish a fire in a silo on the Paul Lenz farm, four miles north and one mile east of Carroll Tuesday. Cause of the fire was not known, and Fire Chief Robert Wieland said the damage was minor.

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PUPILS REGISTER: With school starting Monday at 8:30 a.m., these four Fairview kindergarten students found themselves standing in the first of many lines in which they will stand during their school careers. The students are registering with school nurse Mrs. Doris Snyder, who was helping wi…

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PREPARING SCHEDULES: George H. Fair, Carroll Community High School principal and his secretary, Jean Beyerink, have been preparing student schedule cards for the past week. Until the student knows his schedule, these cards will serve as a guide to classes and times. Carroll Community will of…

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CLUB CHAMPS: Winners in the Carroll Country Club Women's Tournament are (from left) Sue Nagl, Shirley Kokenge and LaVonne O'Connor. Miss Nagl, who will be a junior at Kuemper this fall, captured the championship flight. Mrs. Kokenge took the first flight, and Mrs. O'Connor won the third flig…

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BEATING THE HEAT: Mike Mosman and Barb Collison, both of Carroll, found an enjoyable way to beat the heat Tuesday afternoon. Mosman and Miss Collison carried their rubber boat to Swan Lake in the back of Mosman's Jeep and spent a good part of the afternoon leisurely paddling around the lake.

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TIGER MENTORS: After a disappointing 1-9 season last year, the Carroll Tigers have started drills to bring revenge upon Midwest Conference foes in the 1971 season. Posing for a picture, but still watching their 46-man squad, are the men who hope to make the Tigers click: (standing, from left…

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NEW SIGN FOR CITY: Two of the four signs advertising Carroll at the city's edges have been painted with the new city emblem, Charles A. Beahm, executive vice president of the Chamber of Commerce, reported. The east and north signs have been completed; the south and west signs will be painted…

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FELINE STAR: The part of Mr. Tanner, a cat in Carroll Community Theatre's fall production "Everybody Loves Opal," has been cast. Director G. Arthur Minnich announced Friday. Mr. Tanner will be played by "Ding-a-ling," a 17-pound, 8-year-old gray female of Siamese ancestry. "Ding-a-ling," als…

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VISITORS AT PARK: Cindy and Mark Anderson of Indianola watch the antics of the guinea pigs in the wildlife exhibits at Swan Lake Park. They were among many visitors enjoying the recreation and relief from the heat at the popular gathering place Wednesday.

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YOUTHFUL ENTERPRISE: One way for students to earn money in the summer is with a can of paint and a brush. The challenge of this house at 1315 N. Crawford St. was met by, from left, John Greteman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greteman, Carroll; Kevin Cawley, son of Dr. and Mrs. Paul Cawley, Carro…

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51-YEAR MEMBERS: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Micka of Carroll are congratulated for his 51-year membership in the United Commercial Travelers. Congratulating the Mickas is Alan L. Gabbard, right, Dayton, Ohio, international president of the UCT. The Mickas received their recognition at a dinner at t…

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HONOR NUNS AT ROSELLE: These four nuns were honored Sunday with a mass in Holy Angels Church, Roselle, for jubilee years in religion. Pictured are (front, from left) Sr. Hedwigis Overmohle, 50th year in religion; Sr. Protase Bellinghausen, 60th year; (back) Sr. Louise Wiskus, 25th year; and …

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FROM OLD HOSPITAL: Dave Schapman, left, son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Schapman, Carroll, and Jeff Hamers, right, son of Mrs. Delores Hamers, Carroll, help move another load of furnishings from the old St. Anthony Hospital. The furnishings are being taken to the former McNabb building to await an auction.

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IN HEAT OF GAME: Sports seem to know no season, and as the temperature was in the 80s Wednesday, these Carroll girls were in the heat of a basketball game on the newly constructed Southside Park basketball court. The players are, from left, Patty Long, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Long; B…

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FUTURE GRID STARS: Until they are older, playing football in the yard will have to do for these Carroll youngsters. Brad Kanne, left, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Kanne, Carroll, watches his brother, Rick, run the ball for a touchdown. Mike Maystadt, right, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Maystadt, Ca…

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DESIGN FOR CIVIC CENTER: This picture is the architect's conception of the proposed new Carroll Community Center, which would be located in the block bordered by Fourth, Fifth, Court and Main streets. A $600,000 bond issue election to finance the cost of the proposed complex will be held Fri…

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EXCITING POLKA DAY: Wayne Ripke's Concertina Band, Storm Lake, was one of the major attractions at the second-annual Iowa Polka Band Day in Carroll Saturday. Ripke's band also played for the street dance in the Carroll County courthouse parking lot Saturday night.

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INSTALLING GAS MAIN: Iowa Electric Light and Power employees Leo Bolster of Carroll, left, and Merrill Betty of Atlantic, are working on a two-week project at East First and East streets, installing a gas main. The project was started Monday.

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MOVING A BUILDING: The Bierl Development Corp. office building at the intersection of Eighteenth and Main streets was being moved Tuesday afternoon by the General Excavation Company of Carroll. The building, which was moved to make room for new houses in the Applewood Knolls Addition, will b…

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MAKE HISTORY: A Manning couple made history Tuesday as the new St. Anthony Regional Hospital opened in Carroll. Mrs. Lonnie J. Kasperbauer, shown with her husband, was the first patient admitted to the new hospital. At 12:26 p.m., she gave birth to a six-pound, 13-ounce son, the first child …

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LEAVE OLD HOSPITAL: Two of the 45 patients transferred from the old St. Anthony Hospital to the new facilities Tuesday morning were Mrs. Michael Newman and son David Michael, the last baby born at the old hospital. Pictured with them during the move are Mr. Newman and Mrs. Ella Mae Muenchow, nurse.

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FAMILY PROJECT: A generation gap did not exist Saturday — at least not in this corn crib east of Carroll. Both old and young members of the William Schon family of Glidden pitched in to load the corn onto a conveyor and into the sheller in the background.

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RAISE RAILS AT CROSSING: To improve the crossing on North Clark Street, a section crew of the Chicago & North Western Railway is raising the railroad track two inches. Work on the project started Monday and is expected to be completed in about 10 days. In the meantime, the crossing is cl…

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IN GOOD OLD DAYS: Before the advent of movies, television and other entertainment, the Moser Piano Store in Manning was a popular place to go to hear the latest musical selections. Shown in this "Good Old Days" photo are Dr. L. F. Moser, the owner, and his daughter, Marie Moser McGrath. Note…

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WIN POOL AWARDS: The Carroll swimming team held its end-of-the-season banquet Tuesday evening in Graham Park. Coach Rob Perschau awarded prizes to, from left: Jane Otto, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Otto, Little Miss Swimming Pool; Laurie Topel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Topel, Most Val…

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RECEIVES PIN: Esther Juergens (left), vice president of the Carroll Toastmistress Club, is shown presenting a past president's pin to Mrs. Evorn Halvorsen of Lake City at the Carroll Toastmistress Club's meeting Monday night.

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ROAD BLOCK: A county road six miles north of Audubon was blocked by fire for a time Saturday afternoon. The fire, which broke out in two wagons loaded with baled straw, destroyed the wagons and the straw. Audubon firemen fought the fire from both sides of it on the road. Fire Chief Bill Buda…

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OXYGEN FOR NEW HOSPITAL: Iowa Public Service Company and the City of Carroll installed a 522-gallon-capacity liquid oxygen tank at the new St. Anthony Regional Hospital Thursday. The tank, which took less than 30 minutes to install, will service all patient, surgery, emergency, treatment and…

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EYEING THE BALL: Getting all set for the District Little League All-Star Tournament are these Carroll youngsters. In the photo, pitching batting practice is one of the all-star coaches, Dale Hanson; the batter is Joe Kruse of the Yankees; the catcher Don Nieland of the Mets. To the left and …

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SADDLE AWARDS: Looking over trophies and ribbons to be given away Saturday at the 12th-annual Audubon County Saddle Club IASC Horse Show at the fairgrounds in Audubon are Jeff, 8, and Lance Anderson, 6, sons of Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Roger Anderson of Exira. Jeff and Lance plan to enter the…

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TRIBUTE TO PHYSICIAN: Dr. Walter A. Anneberg (second from left) stands beneath his portrait, which was unveiled Monday night in the main lobby of the new St. Anthony Regional Hospital. With him are members of the committee that arranged the presentation. From left: Max H. Reed, chairman; Dr.…

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SHE MOWS FIVE YARDS: Linda Reicks, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reicks, Carroll, spent Saturday morning at her summer job. Linda mows five yards to earn her spending money during the summer. Linda will be a senior at Kuemper this fall.

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PLAYTIME IN THE PARK: Summertime, kids and parks seem to go together. The merry-go-round in Minchen Park was the scene Thursday of playtime action for five Carroll kids. Seated from left are Kathy Nelson and Julie Nelson, daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Nelson, and Calvin Tigges, son of Mr. …

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ALBERT JUNIOR: Audubon's famous 45-ton statue of Albert the Bull now has an offspring, with the assistance of the Audubon Chamber of Commerce. Dubbed "Albert, Jr.," the new critter was designed for use in parades. Albert the Bull is a monument to Audubon's cattle feeders and stands at the so…

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PICKET PATROL: Two Carroll telephone operators march in front of the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co. exchange as picketing got underway Wednesday morning in a nationwide strike of Communications Workers of America against the Bell System. Also being picketed is the company's maintenance gara…

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REPAIR STREETS: City crews, taking advantage of the weather, are busy repairing streets. Mike Jenkins, left, and Bing O'Brien work at Ninth and Boylan Ave. Damage being repaired has resulted from buckling from the heat. About 15 streets are included in the present project.

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ORGANIZE FOR PLAY: Two performances of Beauty and the Rose will be presented by The Children's Players of Ames July 24 at the Carroll Community School auditorium. Ron Zitzlsperger and Wayne Hansen, far right, are directors. Organizing the play in Carroll are (from left) C. E. McIlvain, treas…

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TOUR SCENES AT MANNING: Cars and people lined the Manning City Park Wednesday, waiting for the second-annual Farm and Industrial Tour to begin. With the cars lined up in procession style and passengers ready to go (left), some last-minute directions and instructions were given. Members of to…